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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1912)
U. S. GOVERNMENT
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I'"nr singles trap or fiald lint
toM In a shrll, prate (ha button and "TULL." Tho aid bolt
ttiakoH II eaojr. You don't hnva to tti(f at tha barrel or watch an
on-and-off dovlca. Tin action stays open aftar aach singla ahoi
la lirad. It always atuya oprn when the nmRazina la amply.
Klva aliuia thraa in Rat tho cripple - aih under absolute con
irol of the trlKRer flniter: Tho rooll ruloadi for you kicks
another aholl In; takea tho atraln off the tfuti - tho dlncotnfort out
of tho kick all without diminishing tho drive behind the kbot
Hitnple uke-down a few turn of the readily handled
nKlne acrew.cap tnkn clnuninff, carrying and Inter
Change of barrata quick end tuny.
Send for a motion picture booklet telling how the
kick la ued how a friction device found only on
. tne remingion-LJivi Autoloading onaigon ias.ee
V-.-l 0-l Uie punishment out of heavy loads.
RFMINGTON ARMS. UNION
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Pott & King - Proprietors
Lakeview - - Oregon
WALLACE & SON
Wm. Wallace Coroner for Lake County t
I'HOMI'T ATTENTION AND SATISFACTION Cl'AKANTEEn
Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
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Independence That Pays
IRRIGATION can be made profitable where
ever tho rainfall is uncertain. Even in
Oregon where the total rainfall is 30 to 40
inches there are many profitable irrigating
plants, because the rain does not always fall at
the time when it is most necessary to the suc
cessful growing of crops. A nearby stream or
fast-flowing well, a pump of sufficient capacity,
and a dependable
I H C Oil and Gas Engine
make every farmer who has them independent
of rainfall conditions, and practically sure of
the best growing conditions for his crops.
I II C engines are recommended for irrigat
ing work because of their reliability. They are
always ready for the work demanded of them.
They are easily moved from place to place;
need little attention after starting; are simple,
easily understood and managed; and may be
used for farm pumping, sawing, running tho
feed grinder, grindstone or emery wheel, cream
separator, churn, washing machine, etc., besides
running the irrigating plant. The I II C line
includes water and air-cooled engines station
ary 1 to 50-11. P.; portable 1 tc 25-11. P.; skid
ded 1 to 10-11. P.; tractors, 12, 15, 20, 25, and
45-11. P.; sawing, spraying, grinding outfits, etc.
See the I II C local dealer for catalogues
and full information, or write
International Harvester Company of America
San Francisco Cat
I HC Service Bureaa
The purpose of this llurnau la to furnish, free
of cli. ii mi to nil. (lie best Inlol in U ton olu, unable
on Im It'T liirmlnu' K you Iiiivh any worthy gucH
tiuin cum i run, i; noils, crops, land druiiiHiiii, irri
gation, If rliluiM s. etc. . make youi liiciuirifssrcilic
nud at-nd t'lfin to I II C Scrvlco Umeuu, Harvester
Uuildiiu, Cliiciuu, USA
Tho Unitod Stataa (overnini'tit ia
iT'iinir to tie a big brother to Oregon
fanner, nnd has already made prepa
ration, to aid Hiprn In their work, aay
llvron Ilunler of the fnrrn munnge'
incut btiri'Hti of the buriMiu of plant lu
ll dh try of the fli;pMrtrnrnt of agriculture
hna on to Malcm, where he will do
the liritt work in the new line to make
Oregon a letter ittatc for producer".
I,. J. ChHpin ha heen appointed Uia
trict oflklal for Marion county, anil
will begin nil dutiea at once under the
aiiHpicca of the Malem Hoard of Trade,
the Oregon Agricultural College and
the department of agricul ure. Half
of hi' aalnry will be paH by the gov
ernment and the remainder by the Sa
lem board of trade.
The dutiea of the new official will be
to adviite farmer In every wa poaitl-
Lle tor not only the auccenaiul growing
of their eropi and the marketing there
ol, but to the selection of proper Dro
ducts and varieties of this market.
The O.W.K. & N. company has de
eided to cooperate in the big b'other
movement for farmer, and baa ap
pointed Lloyd Rader to a similar poai
tion occupied by the Halem man. Hi
dutiea will be confined to the Wallowa
valley, and he will begin work nex
week. The railroad company will pay
his aalary, but be will work in co
operation with the government and
agricultural college officials.
"I hnve been told that Portland
alone Imports considerable celery from
California, says Mr. Hunter, "and an
effort will be made to supply this
product from the home farma. We will
study ail the markets and find just
exactly what it wai.tul, and will then
ah iw the farmers how to grow it here
it can be done.
CHILDREN or ' TATE CI VtN ' A
Compositions on "Evlle of Single Tax"
Will Be Awarded Prliea Full
Particulars Are Printed Here
For All Pupils.
"Let 'er buck" is the slogan of the
Rour.d-Up, the annual fall festival that
ia held at Pendleton. Oregon. Starting
in a humble way several years ago, at
a local carnival, the celebration bas
grown ateadily in importance. Now it
la attracting visitors from all parts of
the Northwest. The Round-Up promo
ter are ambitious to make it even more
widely known. It'a a spectacle of thrill
and the pageantry includes cowboys,
cowgirls, Indiana, bucking hones,
stsgecoach races and all the pictures
que features of the frontier life of the
old west that is now a thing of the
$1000 For Best Wheat
A member of the Minneapolis Cham
ber of Commerce haa written Will A.
Campbell, manager of the Northwest
Products Exposition, offering $1,000
for the best nve bushels of wheat at
the Show in November, no dtff rence
what the variety or where it is pro
duced. He asked that his name be
withheld but offered to send a certifi
ed check of the management would
conBiner u me rust Lid lor the prize
wheat. It is not decided as yet what
will be done with the best wheat. It
will probably be placed in the exhibit
rooms of the Northwest Development
League in St. Paul.
Women Students Less
The number of women studying
medioine is decreasing according to the
annual report on medical education, in
a recent number of the Journal of the
Medical Association,. During the past
year there were 679 women studying
medioine. This is one less than I ist
year, 228 less than in 1910, and 242 less
than in 1909. One nundred and forty
two women were graduated this year
from medical schools. In 1910 there
were 15 women grsduat'd, and in 1909,
162 graduated, while in 1904 there were
244 women graduated from medical
schools, and 1,129 studying medicine.
A New One
A ftory now going the rounds has
it that when George Washington knock
ed at the Pearly Gates St. Peter an
nounced his arrival and the Lord said,
'Let him take the seat upon my
rignt. Later Abraham Lincoln arriv-
ed and was given the seat upon the
left. There came a tremendous
knocking at the gate. St. Peter turn
ed to the Lord and said, "I think it is
Theodore Koosevelt, I gueBs you'll
have to get down from your seat.
The Studebaker Corporation's horse
drawn vehicle department at South
blend, Ind. is delivering 2,000 wagons
to the Turkish army, as the result of a
quurter million dollar contract recent
ly entered into. Five wars have al
ready been fought i.. Studebaker
Made the Sea Run.
"Ah, yes," murmured Miss Screech
er after the first selection at tho niu
slcalo, "1 have bad some exciting ex
periences. Coming over here from
London a terrible storm arose, and I
had to sing to quiet the IronilKrants.
You should have seen the heavy sea
And the big, rude man in the pink
necktie gazed out of the window.
"I dou't blame the sea,," be muttered.
THE SINGLE TAXERS CLAIM
THAT THE OPERATION OF
SINGLE TAX WILL MAKE
OREGON AN UTOPIA. THEY AS
SERT THAT ALL INEQUALITIES
IN MANKIND, MUCH CRIME, A
GREAT DEAL OF UNHAPPINESS
AND MISERY, NOT TO SPEAK
OF OTHER UNFORTUNATE FEA
TURES OF LIFE AS IT IS,
WOULD DISAPPEAR UNDER
THE OPERATION OF SINGLE
Man is a social as well as a
land animal. Land therefore Is no
greater factor tor tho Rood of man
than the combined elements which
constitute the social structure in
which he has his being.
Nor will tho fact that land be
taxed out of existence contribute
one iota towards the reduetlou of
crime or tho li'vellitis of life's In
equalities. THEREFORE, WHAT
COOa IS Sluglo Tax?
Two tlM' i'-rlrty rl s t Portland,
with all traveling arid lintel exien-M
dald. liiclii'llriz fid:ir. to nil tin-
li-adlng thi-atcra and other aMiauiloti I
In the nvtroHill. aro offered a"
prizes to any Krnde or hlph school
pupil In Oregon, ouMdo of Portland
for the heKt composition on tlx; sub
Ject: "The KvIIh of SlriKlf Tax."
One prlzi- will go to a bov- nd one
to a girl. Arrangement will be mail"
for the eoni.lf to com to Portland
The prteH are offered by tlii Ore
gon Eii'in! Taxation Ix-aRiie, ?' S TJ. ard
of Trade liuilding, Portland, One n,
and all comtmaltlons ahotild be mailed
to that Address.
In addition to the two Mr prizes
there, will be a number of consolation
Writing Must Be Clear.
At. the head of every composition
tho name and Ke of the pupil should
be written, with the school he or she
attends. There should also be a
statement from a teacher or parent
that the composition Is the unaldod
work of the contestant.
All compositions must bo written on
one side of the paper only and if this
rule Is not followed, It will be neces
sary to reject the essay.
All writing must be clear and legi
ble. No composition must be over
400 words In length.
Talk to Parents.
ChlHren who desire to enter this
contest should talk to older persons
and get their views on the subject.
They snould ask their fathers and
mothers what they think and they
should learn Just what harm thl per
nicious scheme would bring on the
great State of Oregon.
Charles H. Shields, secretary of the
Oregon Equal Taxation League, said
the other day: "The children of
today will be tho voters of tomorrow.
and there can be no better chance
than this for them to learn Just what
Mr. V. S. VRen and his Single Tax
friends would inflict on Oregon when
they ask the people of the state to
vote for Single Tax.
"All compositions must be delivered
at this office before September 15
and the award will be announced on
or about October 15. We intend to be
as fair as we can and will make al
lowanceB for the age ot the children.
"I want every contestant to re
member that the composition must be
written In his best handwriting, for
unless It can be read easily there Is
more than a chance that it might be
"Compositions will be numbered as
they arrive, so that if there are two
compositions, one as good as another.
the one that arrives first will have
the best opportunity for the prize.
Here Are the Rules.
If any child Is In doubt about
any part of these rules, I shall be
pleased to answer letters, but I
think If this is read over carefully
there will be no need to answer
questions. Hut, remember, every rule
must be followed carefully. These
"1. Tell your age.
"2. Get a statement that composi
tion is your own work.
'3. Write on one side of the paper
4. No composition over 400 words.
5. Send In early to the Oregon
Equal Taxation League, 708 Board ot
Trade Ruililin?. Contest closes Oc
SAflPLH ROOfl Mil
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LIOriT & HARROW, Proprietors
P. P. UQHT GEO. HARROW
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTY IN LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Our Complete Tract index
InmuroBt Accuracy, Promptness and Reliability
Such an Index is the ONLY ItRLIADLE system from which an
Abstract can ! made, showing all defects of title.
We A I bo Furnlsh
SURCTY BONDS ana
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
POSTOFFICE BOX 243
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
Telephone No. 101
J. P. DUCKWORTH, Manager
Buss to Meet All Trains. Transfer
and Drayage. Storage by day,
Week or Month
- "OUR CUSTOMERS ARE OUR ADVERTISERS"
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have made an entire transcript of all Records In Lake
County which In any way, affect Real Property In the county.
We have a complete Reeord of every Mortgage and transfer
ever made In Lake County, and ever Deed given.
Errors Found in Titles
In transcribing the records we have found numerous mort- -gages
recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
deeds are recorded In the Mortgage record and other books.
Hundreds of mortgagee and deeds are not Indexed at all, and
moat difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Others .annot find them. We have pat hundreds ot dollars
hunting up these errors, and we can fully guarantee oar work.
J. D. VENATOR,
Why You Take No Chances
The Studebaker name for sixty years
has been a guarantee of quality. It elimi
nates the slightest element of chance in
your purchase of an automobile.
Every part of a Studebaker car is
made in our own plants. We analyze rnd
absolutely know the materials which f;o
into our cars. Our guarantee is good.
75,000 Studebaker cars are on the
road and every owner will tell you that
a Studebaker car alwaj's makes good.
We know that the Studebaker
(Flanders) "20" at $800 is equal in mate
rial and workmanship to any car built
and the price is within your reach.
Ready for immediate delivery.
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The $800 Studebaker iFianJe.8)"2C"
Prlca. Standard Kauipp,.-!, $'0J f. o. b. PeMolt.
Equipp! Ol tsbove, vi:h T.it, Vi-'iil-'-ld, rVeit-O-Lit 1 1 v
Atk our dialer for tho nei S(uJefcir art ealaloguo or tend to u '
The Stucbbaker Corporation P-tioit, P.. .
T. E. BERNARD
l OCAL AGENT
Telephone No. 131, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
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