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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1912)
Anna River Irrigated Orchard and Alfalfa
Lands in the Famous Summer Lake Valley
A large area of l his land is now upon the market..
' Following arc a few of the tracts with
terms ami prices
" prlct Svcornl fmt Third P'mf
Pmr Acre First Payment Thr Yrm. Tn .
$l.oo $100.00 $150.oo $100.00
40.oo 200.00 CiOO.oo :i00.oo
The New Town of Spring River
lias been laid out within these lands and a limited
number of Lots are being placed upon the market at
$25.00 and 850 00 per lot.
For further information, call on or write
Dodson Realty Company
I AKFVIEW - OREGON
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We give efficient service and do
good work. Send your
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 Rest Makes of
Pianos, built to stand any climate. Factory Guar
antee furnished with each instrument.
Mehlin & Sons
Knabe, Weber, Vose, Fischer, Steck
Krell, Lauter, Shonlnger, Weg
man, Cable & Sons
Kohler & Campbell
Stein way, Mehlin, Weber and Lauter
Standard and Wurlister Electrics
Made In New York and Boston
Sold For Cash or On Easy Payments
We sell Pianos for 82S5.00 that you cannot buy
elsewhere for $1-00.00. Buy at homeand save money
"Coupon Schemes," "Guessing Schemes," "Club
Schemes" and "Special Sfde Schemes" are fake meth
ods tor unloading cheap pianos. High Grade Pianos
are not sold through fake schemes.
We make a Specialty of Tuning- and Repairing-.
Call or Write for our Catalogs and Prices.
123 NO. VIRGINIA ST. Phone 487 RENO, NEV.
Vacations at the Sea Shore
Clatsop Beach, Pacific Ocean
Low round trip fans art' in effect nil summer. This beautiful beach
stretches t wenty-tive miles south of the mouth of the Columbia Hirer.
Seaside and Hearliarl have tirst class hotels, cottages ami pumping
places, surf hut Iting, lisliing, mountain water, etc.
Low Round Trips Evst
4 Throughout the summer, on theiates given helow, round trip
fickets win he sohl to the mint in the east slnwii helow. ami many
.'' the the reilwal fans iuoted.
CENTRAL DFIEGBN VM
Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railways
.fill 00 lietroit.
.. lo7 no Duluth
.. ' mi Kansas City.
.. 'Jl Milwaukee ...
7-' 0 Minneapolis .
.. :' 00 Montrael
.. 00 Xc ir York....
,.$ HL'.'O Omaha $ COM
.. tio 00 J'hiladelpha lOS.W
.. HO oO I'iltsdurg ill uti
,. 72 -j0 St. Louis 70 00
.. i;C 00 St. I 'a ill HO 00
... lor, 00 Toronto Ul oil
.. 10s ,o Washington loT'tu
The following from on of Portland'
moat urretaf ul huaineaa men, and who
U candidate for I'. S. Senator on tho
Democratic tirket, shows that he fully
j appreciates the worth ot newspaper
I cannot understand how any mtT-i
j chant proapirn in tiuinena without tak-l
! inR advantage of the advertising col-j
umn of tho new papers. I
This was the declaration ot Hon'
Selling, of Cortland j
"My advertising haa coat me away
up in tlx figures during my lust ten
years in merchandising," continued
Mr. Selling, "and I attribute my i c
ceaa in Disiness greatly to the face
that I have been liberal in the uxe of
"It is a mistaken Idea tha the mer
chant who advertises must charge more
for his goods than the one who does
not. In tact, the very reverse ia the
case. Th's has been repeatedly demon
started. ' The selling cost of the mer
chant who advt-rtixes on each vale
made is considerable less than that of
the merchant who does not advertise, :
and this ditTerence more than takes
care of the advertising cost." I
FOR TEN COUNTIES
11 ' .,.r- M
WHAT MIGHT TAKE
PLACE THIS FALL
Portland. Ore., September !). Ten
Oregon counties will seoure raoh an
agricultural advisor, thus securing tho
t, 0(H) -'tTored every county that takes
such action, olTerod by tho crop Impro
vement committee of Chicago. I). O.
Lively, vice president of the I'ortland
Union Stockyards company, says be
has received this number of responses
to the otf r which tho cemmmiltee
niado through hint. Other counties are
considering the matter. To the author
ities of each county he has sent the
following explanatory letter.
"I am advised by the crop improve
ment of tho council of grain exchanges
at Chicago that thev will put $1000 in
to anv county which will raise a fund
sullU'icnt to employ a trained agricul
turalist of sullicient tact and judg
ment for at least two years. This
man must be satisfactory to tho State
Agricultural College or the United
States ollice of farm management or
"The letter received from the crop
improvement committee contains i
; statement that there is half a million
i dollars lying doramant in any county '
( and we believe that when you show j
! your business men that with n littlo
well directed elTort this can be put in
I circulation annually, they w ill see
j that this is a business proposition for!
them and will get behind this move
! inent and Rive it lher full support. '1 he
! language applies to tho counties oft
j the middle stutvs. Here in Oregon there I
I are millions of dollars lying dormant in ,
every county, and the proposition sub- !
i milted by the crop improvement com-j
! mittoe seems to mo to bo worthy of j
! immediate coot-oration.
"Copy of the contract and suggca- j
j tions as to tho organization have been '
t sent to me, and if you are ii'.ttrealed
j I will te glad to sumlut them for your
consideration. This seems to me to be -
j a genuine opportunity ler worn mat
I will bring actual results. If you are;
! of the same opinion I will be glHil to'
'hear from you. and will cooperate!
with you to the fullest extent.'
We .liitarantee tli it tlie "AV X:nc" Hat yti
jutrcliase from ns u ill ive pei lect service,
l'urtliei -mtin, will pi mi-e in t to sill y ti
it shape which ilmn't Ihcdiiic. I'tirther
still, we'll ive ytut ii.on i l.issnii(l style than
yon can liutl in anv otlur hat.
The "Xo Xntiii'" is :i pcri'ctly
11 V s,'iY so now . yun' II snv so
fiftcr, you've xnttl" M'i"'
tiiontlisol'iitxnl service out of
the one von hti v.
The Matchless Store
Tailoring-, Cleaning-, Pressing-, Repairing-
NEVER MISSED A
DAY IN 32 YEARS
Thirtv-two years- c-f hcr.crabls ser
vice with the Southern J'aeiflc Com
pany in Oregon, is the rernrd of James
Skelly, section boss of the Lebanon
Hrancti, wno will be retired under the
pennon rules of the company shortly.
Skellv not oi ly has a record for honor
able service, but in all of those years
he has never missed u single duy'a
work. He went to work for the South
ern Pacific known at the time bb the
Oregon and California in September,
During that time he saved enough
money to buy a 10(1 acre farm near
Lebanon. When employe of the
Southern I'acitic have reached the age
of 70, or have been inrapiciated for
work after an honorable service they
a'e retired with a pension.
Kinder Heer on tap or in bottle- t
O'Conuel iV KelgHii'rt saloon Ht I'ainlry
' Dates of Sale
July 23, i'0, 3o, SI, WS
A ujrust 1, 2, 3, V, 7, VJ, in. '-:, XI. sa, :i, 31, 1U12.
September 4, 6. 6, 7, s, 11, 12. 3o, V.HJ.
Stopovers and choice of routes allowed In each direction.
Final return limit October HI, 1011.
Train leu vlnif I'.end li 30 u m .connects directly at I'ullbridffu with
Fast through Train East
IV. E. COM AN, Con'l Frolyht & Pass. Agt., PORTLAND, ORE.
J.. I.. CORBETT, Aat.. BEND, ORE.
Let Th Examiner Figure on Your Next Job Work
What will happen if neither Taft, i
Wilson nor Kooevelt shall secure!
' a majority of the e lrctoral votes this j
If none of the candidates for lJresi-:
dent should receive 2tifi clectorl votes, I
that nuTjner being a bare majority,
the present houoe would proceed to'
elect a President from among the three
having the highest electoral vote, on i
the second Wednesday of l'ebruary, j
each state having ore vote. Of the
lorty-eiRht states, twertv-two have a
majority of Deiocratic Hepresenta
tives hnd would therefore vote for Wil
son : twenty-two are Kepublicans and
would vote for Taft, unless some of
them broke away and went to Roose
velt, and four are tied. Twenty-five
vctes being necessary to a choice, Wil
son would have to gain three states in
addition to the solid Democratic vote,
Taft would have to gain three in ad
d tion to the solid Republican vote in
order to be elected. Roosevelt might
possibly receive the votes of one or two
states counted as Republican. In anv
case, an election bv the House is vir
tually impossible. The Semite would
at the same time proceed to elect as
Vice-President one of tne two candi
dates having the highest electoral vote.
Mars-hall will surely be one of these,
Sherman almo t surely the other. Each
Senator would have one vote, the St-n-ate
being divided thus: Republicans,
50, Democrats 44. vacancies, Colorado
and Illinois, 2. These vacancies will
probably te tilled in January. Kven
if they should be tilled by Democrats
the Republicans would still have a
nominal majority of four, the number
necessary to elect heing lorty-nine.
but in that case the abstention of two
of their number would prevent an
election, while if both the vacancies
should be tilled by Republicans, four
absentees would produce the same lack
Of those elected as Republicans the
following have announced their adhe
sion tu the Progressive Party: Dixon,
R'istow, Clupp Rourne, and IVndexter.
Uorah, and Works have remained
in the Republican ranks, but their
smypathy with Roosevelt is strong and
they would be unwilling to vote for
Sherman, bince the deadlock in the
House would give him a lull term as
President. Kven though the latter
two remained in line, the four declar
ed Progressive could by voting for
Johns, n prevent either Sherman or
M ar.-4ha.li from hecommir.g Vice-President
and from immediately succceeding
to the Presidency through the ai ure
of the Hou.se to elect.
Under the law providing for the till
ing of office of President in case of the
removal, death, resignation or inability
of both the President and Vice-President,
the Secretary ot State would
then act as President until a President
had been elected. The same law makes
it mandatory upon the acting President
upon taking office tu call a special ses
sion, giving twenty day's notice, the
evident purpose being that Congress
shall call a special election, as provid
ed by Article 2, Sec'.ion 6 of the Cons
Therefore, in ease of a deadlock in
both Senate and House, Secretary
Knox would become acting President,
another election would be held and
RooHevt.lt would have a second oppor
tunity of winning.
If Roosevelt and Johnson bhould re
ceive a larger electoral vote than Taft
and Sherman, the chances of a dead
lock in the House would not be diniir
ished, and four Republican Senators
could, by their absence, prevent the held such is the chapter of possible
election of Johnson bB Vice-President c mplicntions onened by the advent of
and fctill make Knox acting president tne Progressive party. It la a pleasant
unti a .ew election by tne jeop!e was prospect of turmoil and tribulation.
Doing Their Duty
Scores of Lakeview People
Learning the Duty of the
To filter the blood Ih the kldii'n
When tliV ffi.il to do thin the kid
ne.VH ure Mck.
liHckiiclio an I m.my kidney il Ih fol
low; Help the kidneys do tln-ir work.
DounV kidney i!ld liuve cured many
Proof In tin- following:
Mrn, V llliaiu CUarlev, Ortic St.,
Medford, On-gnn., caj'H: "Tli public
statement 1 gave In jrai' ot Doan'n
Kidney I'I;1h in l'.K)7 ntlll IioMh good.
I occamoually tako tills remedy and
find that It keopn my kldnevH In pro
per working order. The kidney ae
cretluiirt were unnatural and Houin-tlnx-H
I bad hucIi acute pains In inv
back that I could ttcarcely bend over.
I did not (deep well and (lesplie tin;
uhu of plasters llnlineutH and remedies
of various kinds I continued to Hiif
fer. While in that condition, Doan's
Kidney I'illn were brought-, to my at
tention and procumin a upply, I
commenced t heir tiHe, In about two
weekH I felt better and tho con ten tH
of the two boxen inado me well.
I have recommended Doan'n Kidney
PillH to tunny other people."
For Hale by pII dealer. Trice 50
ceutH. 1'onter-Milburn Co., liuffalo,
N. V., sole ByintH for tho United
Uenie obi r the name DounV uud
t.-.ko no ui: r.
A 'oiiileti llneof
wagon mul buggy
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rolieH, bit, rlat'M,
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I'.wry thing In tli
I ln of -a r ring -n
lid liiirc f urn I h It -lugs.
by co in pet en t
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
The University of Oregon Correspondence School
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CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. At. CORY, loasoo
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Operates Stages, carrying United Mmh, f Kpre mid I'asacngcrs on the
LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTOnOMl.!: OI'lATI U IN CONNECTION WITH TMH 5TAOI-5
pAk:si On. Way Mound trip
Klamath Falls Route - - - $10.00 $18.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Lak.vl.w , ..... 5Ik Offlc.
Pluih .... Sullivan Hutal
Klsmitth Fall . , American HuUI
ENGINEERING, MAPPING AND SURVEYING
S. A. MUSHEN
TOWNSITES SURVEYED AND
Land Reports Made
Blue Prints of Government Townships
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