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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1912)
Anr.3 River Irrigated Orchard and Alfalfa
Lands in the-Famous Summer LaKe Valley
A large area of (his l.iml is now upon the market.
Followi.. are a few of the tracts with
terms and prices
prc S(Ct"rHl I ntrwa w- www
Pel-Ac- FlrmtPayittent Thrmm Vrm. r .
'$:ij'.'oo $100.00 $150.00 $100.00
40.oo 200.00 300.oo 300. oo
25oo 323 oo 373.00 300.oo
Tho New Town of Spring River
Has been laid out within these lands ami a limited
number of Lots are being placed upon the market at
$25.00 and $f0 00 per lot.
For further information, call on or write
Dodson Realty Company
LAKEVEW - OREGON
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We yive efficient service and do
rood work. Send vour
washing and give
us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
We are now ready to roll your Barley at any time
J. D. MARINER
Sells for the Factories the World's Best Makes of
Pianos, built to stand any climate. Factory Guar
antee furnished with each instrument.
Mehlin &. Sons
Knabe, Weber, Vose, Fischer, Steck
Krell, Lauter, Shoninger, Weg
man, Cable & Sons
Kohler & Campbell
Steinway, Mehlin, Weber and Lauter
Standard and Wurlister Electrics
Made in New York and Boston
Sold For Cash or On Easy Payments
We sell Pi mos for 5285.00 that you cannot buy
elsewhere for $fno.Mi. Buy at home and save money
"Coupon Schemes," "Guessing Schemes," "Club
Schemes" and '"Special Side Schemes" are fake meth
ods lor unloading cheap pianos. High Grade Pianos
are not sold thiough lake schemes.
We make a Specialty of Tuning: and Repairing.
Cfill or W rite for our Catalogs and Prices.
123 NO. VIRGINIA ST. Phone 437 RENO, NEV.
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CENTRAL CREEDIt LSiiZ
Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railways
Atlantic t'itv... $11100 Detroit f H2 M Onu.hu ..$ CO 00
Italttmore 107 00 Indnth 00 00 1'hiladelphu 10H M
T.oston llu 00 Kansas City COM l'ittsdurg 91 SO
linffalo VI at. Milwaukee 72 .VI St. Louis 70 00
Chicago 72 M Minneapolla r 00 St. 1'aul VOW
Colorid o .Sprs... tV on Montrael 10'. (H) Toronto 91 HO
Denver 53 00 Saw l urk 10H 30 Washington lo73o
Dates of Sale
July 2:1. 20, 3o, 31, 1012
A ugust 1, 2, 3, 0, 7, 12, 10. 22, 23, 20, Ho, 31, 1012.
September 4, S. 6, 7, X, 11, 12, 3o, 1012.
Stopovers and choice of routea Allowed In each direction,
Final return limit October 31, 1911.
Train leaving lieud 0.30 u. m. .connect directly at Fullhrldge with
Fast through Train East
W. E. COM AN, Gen' Freight & Pan: Agt., PORTLAND, ORE.
J.H.. CORBCTT, Mgt., BBND, ORE.
It?. The prnvi Ion of section 2w91 of
tho Revised Statute, amended, In
respect to the homestead period, lire
I made applicable to all unperfeetod
j entries upon which residence is reo,uir
led, as wed aa to those made after
I June 6, 1912, where the entry man fulls
j to Select to make proof under the law
I umler which his entry waa made with-
I in the prescribed time. This otilatc
t the previous et-trjm,n to eiimpl'Hnce
. with the law of Jun 6, 1912, reaper t
iiiK mII of its proviMnrn), the perfcr-
I niHnce of w hich is enacted during the
j homestead period. As a consequence
j while residence is reduced from live to
j three year, sprcihV cultivation in ex
; acted liegii'iiii'g with "i ecoml year
latterentrv. Kit. al proof of full eom-
phance must he made within five yer
j trom date of entry,
j From this it will he roted Unit en
I try 1 en who have filed on their cl.iint
j prior to the enactment of the three
, year law must tile a declaration with
the Pcparmcnt of the Irterior, provid
ing they perfect their titlo to the claim
! and prove t:p under the old five vear
j law, otherwise the three year law le
: comes effective.
I '1 he nmo'iiit of culHivntion rriiuncd
j under the t ew three-year law is ure it
er than under the ell law. Con.-i.ler-'
ahle anii'." ani e and po-silde seni'ii
jdifri ulty in mtikir.s; final proof can h
j avoided ly a careful extiminalion of
j the pruviaiiins of the new la a' an I
i the rulings of the I'epartment ot the
Interior re;ar-Iin it, as ci f 'Hinfd in
their rircidava Nos. I2i anil 1 12. wt.lch
jean ho ol't.tined from tho Socn-tary
' ot the Interior.
Many Important Issues
Before Meeting Hore
Vacations at the Sea Shore
Clatsop Beach, Pacific Ocean
Low rii'.nil 1 ,;) I' ins :,r in effect U summer. This licnnt iful hatch
stretchfs I 11 ;?. 1 1 mill's south of the iiionlli of the I'oliimliiii llivcr.
Scusite .1 flc.-irhurt li;iv- lilst rl.iss lipids, collnw . injil rmniiiig
...7' linllitnx. li-tiiiu; mounniin w;it'-r, etc.
Low Round Trips East
Throughout the suihim r. on the t!;i1c. iricen helow. round trip 5
; ,-x wiil sold l'i the piiiuts in t tir east shown lelt,w, mi'l many jl
.1. 1 lie l lie Jltlweu mn - llf'tctl.
I I'or"a:ul, '-rtRon, August SI. In
! 1911 the wool clip of Oregon weighed
1 1G,010,000 pound-1, was shorn utiout
! 2.(MH1,fMH) sheep and was sold for about
I Uunrg the same period the state
produced 60,tMi0 pounds of mohair,
J worth $20,(Hl(). (loata have been found
I nearly as valuable for clearing I rush
j land as for producing mohair,
j In 1911 Oi-eRon produced 72,000 bales
of hops, wor'h $-J4,tH)U,uvu. II10 pio
duction was only half that ot a few
years ago, but prices have teen extre
in 1911 Oregon produced poultry to
the extent of 9,000,000 hi'ds having a
value of $7,000,000.
During the tame year the state pro
duced 32,000,000 dozens of tggs, valued
at $9, COO, COO. T.e poultry l.udiness is
still au infant industry.
It l'.'ll the Oregon potato crop was
the greatest ever known, very nearly
approaching the fi, 000,000 busnel mark.
i with a vakje, to the growers of over
In the tame year, onions were grown
to the amount of about 173. 000 tus els
worth S'212,000. The bu k of this crop
is proiuced within a small area, being
j grown almost exclusively on what is
i known as "beaver dam" land.
In 1011 Oregon produced $3,400,000
worth of better, but in order to supply
tr.e dprnar.d, at least three times this
an.ount waa shipped into the state
from other sections.
In 1911 Oregon dairiui produced
n.'iOO.OOO gallons of rrulk arid cream.
I having a value of $1,000,000. The pro
1 duct i said to bu the cleanert and mont
wholesome of that of any btate.
I In 1911 Oregon produced " 000,000
j poi. n f l h of rheete, valued ut S783.0OO.
T e quality is of the very bi.-.-t. Los
i Angeles ut-es more Oregon cheese in
J feeding its tourists than
1 kinds comt.ii, e-d.
The ftanding timber of
estimated at 41 1,000,000.000
on the stump SM.OOO.OOOO,
worth $0,500, 000, 000,
Following ia a aummtry of tho reso
lutions drafted and adopted at the
Second Annual Meeting of the Central
, Oregon Development League in Lake
j view last Thursday :
! 1. Keeommend ng state aid for re-
' clamation projects, as opposed to the
operation ot the U. S. Keclamation
Act and tno Carey Act.
j 2. Endorsing tho work of the Ore
gn Agricultural College and recom
mending the establishment of state ex
S. Endorsing the good roa Is con
structed by the Klamath Court' y Court, j
4. Endorsing the "llnrmnny lulls
for the construction of roads, which
require a portion of the cost to be
borne oy cities, and recommending the
defeat of the "lirange Hills" which
will make tho farmers nay the greatei
part of the cost of road conxtrucllon.
f. Endorsing the movement to
cute ftate approprlitions for demon
stration farm, agricultural extension
work and the teachlpg of agriculture
in putdu Mcliools.
(i. K commending tiie erection of
sik;na at crn; roads aiM the co-opeta-tion
i.f the four counties in the League
with the I'acitie lliliy Attoci:ition
to sc. -ore a iiuun higliwuy trom t'ali
f.r:iia to Washington south and nact
ef the t'asiM.'e niounlsins.
' 7. Depl ring the unplea mnt nolo-.
rii tv occa d'Uieil I y the tight between
'.civcrnnr West and .1. E MiTson. pre-1
r I ! t of the lies Chutes Lund Ci..
j which originated evi r n gululions for
; thesettleiuent of privately ungated,
proiects in Oregon.
I S. A rsil,i':.:n ef recpeet to the
tiv rr.eiy of the Nie Charles H. Merrick, :
i the I'ortland Postmaster, who was:
! urowtied while at Lakeview to attend!
; the meeting of the ' leveloomer.t Lea- !
Doing Their Duty
5cores of Lakeview People are
Learning the Duty of the
We irunrankc Hint tlio".Vo Xante" lint vim
liurclmsc from ns will ivc perfect service.
Ftirtlicrtnon, will pi tmiie not to sell you
a shape wliich tloesn't l)eeottie. T'liitlier
still, we'll jjivo ynn iiiorecl.issjtntl style tlutn
you cm find in auv ntlier liat.
Tlic'Wo Xntnc" is ;t perfectly
II V s;iy so now, yon' II sny so
it Iter, you've gotten ninny
inonthsofioful service out of
the one 011 I my.
The Matchless Store
Tailoring, Cleaning-, Pressing:, Repairing:
lumber will be
The timber cov-
era approximately 23,000,000 acres. I
Ahout one-half is in nationd forests
and the balance under private owner
ship. In 1911 4,123,000 head ot livestock
was raised in Oregon valued at 187,
854,000. Among meat animals, the pro-
duction of hogs has increased aster
than that of cattle or sheep, due for
the most part to the extremely high
prices that have prevailed for the last
two years in the Coast Markets.
The fruit crop in Oregon in 1U11 waa
worth over $4,000,000 in cash. Tbe
greater part of tbia sum was received
for apples, this staple commanding the
highest prices both at home and
abroad. Next to apples, peaches are
the most important fruit in the state,
last year's crop selling for $323,000.
Pears were sold to tbe value 01 $300,
000, being an average of nearly $1.50
per box. Cherries, prunes, logan
berries, grapes, strawberries, etc..
helped to swell tbe sum paid to farmers
and orcbudista during the year. About
.100,000 pounds of English walnuts were
produced, valued at $15,000,
To lllter the blood In the kldtic'H
When th-y fml to do lliia the kid
iieyn are Kick.
Mm kuclie uud many kidney ills fol
low; Help tlie k! Iiieys do their work.
IKiiln'Hkldii'7 pilln have cured many
I 'roof in the folio wing:
Mr, William Charley, Orup St.,
Medford, Oregon., Hiiya: "The public
statement I gave In praise ol Doan'a
Kidney l'i Is in 11107 mill liolda good.
I occaMoually lake this remedy ami
lind Unit It keepH my kldnev In pro
per working order. The kidney se
cretions were tiiiontural and koiiib
tlincH I bail hucIi acute palus in mv
back that I could Hcnrcely Is-nd over. I
I .lid not ideeo well un I despite the
u' of planters llnlmeutH and remedies
of varlotifc kinds I continued to Mill
fer. While in that condition, I loan's
Klduey I 'il In were brought to my at
tcnthm and procurmg a upply, I
commenced tlcilr line. In about two
WeekH I felt better and the eonteiitH
of the two boxen made ine Well.
1 hive re.'umriieijiled )iiii'h Kidney
Pills to many other people."
For wale by all dealera. Price 30 j
ceiitH. l'oMler-Millnini Co., I'.uffalo. .
X. Y., sole Bu'iutH for the United
Itemi.-mber tl.e name PonnV-and
take 110 other. 1
(( 'liewiiucan I'resHy
.SherilT .Snider was in town last Sat
urday on business.
Paisley is represented at the Devel
opment League meeting ty the follow
ing citizens : It. A. llarrower, II. K.
Gilmoure, A. G. Olarkson and Roy
The County road crew are putting
in Lhe week improving the road to
Summer Lake. They are picking out
all tne rooks and doing other needed
Mrs. Melva Withers was seriously
injured last week by being thrown from
a horse. While riding along the road
her horse, which ia a spirited animal,
began bucking throwing Mrs. Withers
Into a wire fence. The scalp was badly
gashed and she received a deep wound
ver one eye. Her physician is hope
ful of a reasonable recovery.
Why not drink Balumrt It'a TUB
The Ix-Kt, l. ittttr Oliver'a 40 cents
per pound at LSieber'a Caalt 11 tore.
While ia Paisley drop In nt O'Cotr
nel & Ketgen's uud get a glass ot real
refreshing Itnnter beer, the kind that
The Family Man's
A ml -it thcsime time th" must import nut mi i Hie tmlll
iot! of 11 suitable home, .s'u much depends on the em Iron-
meat of the children tli:it eeiy precaution should he taken
fur t heir com fort ami he.ilth Suntinlit mil fresh nir in the
home Is niH-essary unliurm tempcr.it ure itnd humidity is
:i.si nci-cssnry. Ties-t hilars, mid m.iny more, have cmntt
down to us through einr.it ions general Ions when the
home was the iiuikinic nf our SntUoi, mid the material used
In most of these homes was vnod American wood -some-ttn.es
cri.i.'ly cut. hut nl u my s given the pn-fcrcncc because
of Its til nes to henll It and comfurt . Oiiry.-trd today con
tains the same kind of lumber, but mine pel feet ly cut and
linishcd, so that the work reiinlred of fa- carpenters ha.t
been reilnced to the minimum We want to show It to ymi
and explain how you can use it protlt aldy.
SUNSET LAKE LUMBER CO.
Yard on Center St.
ENGINEERING, MAPPING AND SURVEYING
S. A. MUSHEN
TOWNSITES SURVEYED AND
' Land Reports Made
Dluo Prints of Governmont Townships
A complete liiuiof
wiion ami luiKIfy
lia r 11 i'H m , wlii m,
rotten, lilts, rluN-H,
Kvi-rytliing- in tlie
I in it of en r ria tit'
and hornet furiilnll
I) y o 111 1 I vi 11 1
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
SHAMROCK STABLES J;S.
J. MURPHY, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
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