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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1912)
WHEN WE TAKE
for meats or provisions you
rn rent assnml It will I
to fxlthnilly us ( ww iow.
H w mil .v lh cut nml
quantity you tllrrrt ttmi wn
t wf f he time promised. H
fi niMA-f fi market a fn-rfect
one ami a trl.il onler will show
how nearly we sticceetl.
HAYES A COB. PROPS
Anna River Irrigated Orchard and Alfalfa
Lands in the Famous Summer Lake Valley
A large area of this land is now upon the market.
Following are a few of the tracts with
terms and prices
Pr Acre First Payimont 77ir Yrm. Tun Yrm.
10 Acres $35.oo $lO0.oo $150.oo $100.oo
20 Acres 40.oo 200. oo SOO.oo SOO.oo
40 Acres 25.oo 32 J oo 375. oo 300. oo
The New Town of Spring River
Has been laid out within these lands and a limited
number of Lots are biing placed upon the market at
$25.00 and 850 00 per lot.
For further information, call on or write
Dodson Realty Company
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
STATE IS FILED
The tout rrgiatration to far Died
with the Secretary of Statu by the var
I our county clerk ahowa 136,000 nantra
of voters. In round figures there are
1 05.000 Kepuhlirana, 80,000 democrat
and 11,000 acatteriiK
In the primaries the repubilcana cait
approximately 70,000 votca an.J the
Dvmocraia tpumximatrly 18,000 vote.
The regiHtraliou as ahown now ni
di ales an increHtte of only about 40(H)
over the regintra inn before the pri
maries when the regmt ration whs ap
ptoximately 132,000. The normal lit-
crease should be between 10 and 15 per
cent and probably will be that mui h,
aa there arc aeveral countiea troin
which the registration list have not
been iorwarled aa provided by law. It
Is estimated that t'io regiatratto., will
I lOO.tHK) will be republicans, according
j to the estimate now made by the Sec
! retary of State.
Oregon Loses One
Million in Cash
Fable Told In Which One Hundred
Honest Farmers Come to Oregon
to Invest Single Tax Scares
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
Wo t:ive efficient service and do
good work. Semi your
washing and give
us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
We are now ready to roll jour Barley at an time
DOINGS IN THE
STATE OF OREGON
There will de tt)iiii worth see ng at
the Tri County Fair, to le held at Curt
don, Oct. 15-17. Sherman, Morrow and
(illiam farmers Hl have exhibits that
will ithow us never be ore the povailii
I t of that tet'lion of the slate. The
Condon Butiiness Men's Aociittiou
will have full ch irgs of the lair an I it
seems that eai-h of the three comities
will httve laigd showing of products.
Wheeler County hns Hoked for spm-t)
to install a collection of products that
are not intended to be put in competi
tion witb the three counties tut will
I e simply an advertising feature fur
Twin Valley Land Co.
- Incorporated -C.
R. BLOOD, Ast. Sec; C. O. MISENER, Gen. Agt.
We have for sale:
Orchard and Alfalfa Lands
Farm Lands, Timber Lands
Homesteads and Desert Lands
Special attention given to O.V L. Land Holdings
, " '"V '
We are agents Lr
The Fairport Town Sr Land Co.
FAIRPORT TOVT LOTS now on s, 2. Make
your selection before the best ones are sold. A
big ia cstmcnt for a -:nUi!! amount of monev.
! frizta for agrii-ulnim! and livestock
exhibi a amountii g tu $3,000 and tin
additional $3,000 fur racing purse will
I be uiatritiuied at the Central Ortgun
j Fair, to be held at t'ri eville, October
1 16 19. Improvements to the lair
ground have been completed and the
most successful fair ever held in Crook
county is anticipated.
Ore con has starl-d to export hogs
A breeder with a stock farm near
Aurora reports a sale of blooded swine
to Honolulu people, where they will tie
used tor breediig purposes. It has
long been a reproach to Oregomans
that the state does not produce enough
pork for its own use, but this situation
is being slowly overcome.
A i h col Cmllk ..I I o lnu, P f u.hl
won a silver i p valued at SI. 000 at
the New York Land Show last year,
Iwilli'ome to tin Hac Uo Northwest
Land Products at Portland November
1S-23, with exhibits of 100 varieties of
! potatoes. He id confident that be mil
win the chief prizes and Or.gon kiow-
era should bestir ttiemielvea lest he
' make tfou j his threat.
j Attorney General Crawford has sent
I out notices to twenty one t in.ks to pay
over to tne Hate ail accoui ts widen
have tern dormnt for the last eeven
years. These accounts Hre escheated
to the common school turd. According
to the attorrey general tht.se twenty
cr.e t anks now have in i- rmant account!-
an Aggregate it i8,7"5.t3. A
test of whether the tans if the state
could be compelled to turn over to the
' state these acounti was settled by a
receii.t de. i i.n of the fujirtmi; court
' in the c te of the (state DRHititt the
I Fisrt National Hank of Portland.
NEVADA--CAUFQRNIA OREGON RAILWAY
Daily Service Reno to Lakcvicw Except Sundays
No 1 Arrives Lakeview at 8:35 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:45 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
I'uilii.arj A Kuif.-tt .Service Betvu-en l-ikevii-w uud i:.-u'j
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
editor of the Et-imir.or a-!icnew
li-ifgc- rec i;,t of a complimentary
ticket to the f'cr;airjton koun i-Up to
be held Sef.t. rnter 20 'IH. Thirt unique
ccletiration ha- gained rxpi.il v in popu
larity ar,d the Examiner regrets that
it will ri'-t be rjprercnied at the fefeti-
vite3. (Jther events a.nde from the
l'.ourd-t)o will Le held ore of which ia
the annual meeting of the State Edi
torial Association, of which Phil S.
j Batea of the Pacific Northwest, ia
I secretary. This organization has done
I much toward advancing the interests
of journalism in Oregon as well as
! striving tot betterment of many other
conditions of state wide importance.
. MURPHY, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
LAKEVIEW - - - - OREGON
Warts on Cows' Teats.
Take of fresh butter two parts by
weight, flliely pulverized table salt
one part by weight. Mix by rubbing
together tliorouKlily. Keep la a tljibt
woodcu box; apply enoupb to cover the
Hmlaie of the wart aftiT UJllklOB
i The wiiriH will dry up and coma off.
Feed the Cow Liberally.
Consider that butter fat run come
only lioiu the feed roiiauuied; that If
the row ents heartily and abc ia ca
pable of convert I iik feed Into milk ahe
will be biKhly profltublu Dairy prof
It come from feeding the right kind
of a cow well.
A WANT AD IN THE
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS
'Alfalfa as a Dairy Feed.
Alfalfa buy kIioiiIi! be grown ubisn
rlantly on pvory farm, pnrtb uhirly ou
every d:ilry f irm It Is tho grooteKt
uillk iro(ln'ti rourhnpc kuowa. B
doubly urc your lanrt vlll net grvw
I' befora you ve up trying
Thla la tho Story of a Million Dot
lura. It la likewise m Knblo. It la a
Kablo of what would haieu every
Week, perlmpa every .Day, if Slnslo
Tax passes In Oregon.
This Million Dollars was owned by
100 Honest Farmers, who came from
evory State In tho Union. Of courao,
tbls la only a Fable Imiciiuho It as
sumes that SinKlo Tax lias become a
Law and Single Tax tievor can and
never will become a Law In Oregon.
Hut the Fabled Farmera cmno to
Oregon with their Hearts Loaded with
Troubles. Their Huarta wero Heavy
for those with Many Woes nro always
Troubled. And each of these Farmers
had Ono Real Woo.
Each Had Troubles.
The Kausan had had his Farm
almost Ruined by Qrasshoppora aud
he wiu Determined to Move. A
Raging Flood had wasted tho I-andn
of tho Loutsliinlan and ho, too, had
decided on a Chango. Cyclones li
was that Worried the Farmer from
Oklahoma and tba Nebrnskan Novel
Could Stand a Sandstorm. The Man
from Malno was Tired to Death from
Dynamiting tho Little Kocks he aald
were all over his Farm. Impover
ished Soil wad the Pet Trouble ol
Him from New York.
Ka-h caino to Oregon, with Many
Others, and F.ach owned Ten Tliou
sand Dollars in Cash.
They Admired Oregon.
Thoy visited nil over the Stnte
They wero lH-lightod with the CH
mate. Tliey thought tho Soil Sueib
Tlu y Learned that An thing could bo
Crown. The Wheat Ralso coulil b
Rigger In Oregon, while Fruits drew
as If the Inrd hrid Mado Oregon
Six'clally for Fruits. The Land
bee mod Just Made, for Vegetables
They thought it Peculiar that IVo
pie 8li6uld Chortle with flleo, par
tleularly the big Cortoritlotis.
Soon they Knew Why. It was bo
cause these farmers ere to Pay All
Mlssourian la "Shown."
Tho Missourian found this out. Me
was Shown. In Oregon ho learned t lit
binglo Taxers ruled. V'-n with-. -it
Land mad.? thoso who Owned Land
pay All tho Taxes. Taxes on Farm
I-ands were High, so High thnt It did
not Ma".-r tl.at t!:e Improvementa Ks
raped. Tavs on f'lty Lots were sc
Oreat that It did not seem as If the
Iot Owner eool'l h"ld Rudy and Soul
together after l:ilng the Tax.
Once all Property Owners divided
the Taxai'c-n Now the Man with
Land had to pay All.
"This H wl'.at will hanp'Mi to TTs."
said tin- Missouri Parmer !n this Fa
ble. "We sh:ill Spend our '1 en Thou
sand Dollars for Farms. Homo Day
our Crop May Fail. If we do riot
Pay our Ta::es. as Some do not Pay
their Taxes now, our Farms will be
S'dzed by lh S'al -. TlitiM every yeai
niore Farms will b seled by t
State and the Taxes grow higher foi
State Needs Money.
"For the St?.to fust liavi Money.
"In a Few Yfrnirt we should all dose
our Land. The Stalo would bo the
great La:i-1 Owi!-r. We sl.ould P.iy
Kent to ih- S' 'te. Then the land In
Oregon would become Poor for a Ten
ant never euro.- what be doeH to the
Owner's ProoeHy We should- just
(Jet F.noir;li l- K;n afrer Paying tho
Rent. For ni", I am Done. 1 shall
go back to Missouri, even if I have
to brave Storms and Floods."
Now Capital Is Timid. Capital 1
Nervous. And 1h,:;o I Ml Farmer.- were
each Scared thnt !'.e Sta'e of Oregon
was after their Wads. So t! ey Fied.
And, Then They Flrd.
The New Yorker would raihur Work
on Poor Soil than not own his Farm
and Pay Kei,l to tho State. The Kan-i-an
thought Grasshoppers were not
no Heal a Woe as Singl" Tax. Th"
Maine r'ariner bought tnoif! Dynamlto
and said Hint Stones were Nothing If
a Man could Own bis Own Land.
I can Improve My Farm, said the
Man from .Win a: a, but Then I Bbal!
Own it, even if I havo an Occasional ,
Sandstorm. Floods worried tho Chap I
from Louisiana less than Taxes that '
would F.at up Fverythlng (hit Honest
Farmer would Ralan. The Oklahotnan
said bo Intended to Live In a Land
where tho Man who owned Property
of Any Soil Paid Just tho Samo an
tho Man who 1 -.vned Lai d. No Ore
gon for Me. was bin view. 1 shall
Keep 111 own Ten Thousand Dollars.
There Is a Moral.
Maybe Single Tax would only do
this in a FalHo. Rut tho Farmors
would act tho namo if Single Tax
wero Real and not a Fable.
There Is a Moral to this Fable and
the Moral It:
It la P. iter to have Everything
V'XerJ i'-irt Not Frighten the Farmer
A ay f ..a to hu'o H'n'.'le Tax and
F.lgblon Away IWeryono Who Wants
to own Lund f'.i' Himself.
Then' is aiio'.'.i.-i- Moral, too:
Thus weald Orepron loso inn honest
'tr ; r.:: l ! .'D'l.OOO In rrM eash.
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THE DEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
J. D. MARINER
Sells Tor the Factories the World's Mest Makisof
rianos, htiilt to stand any elitnate. I'aetory (rtiar
antee firi)ihetl with each ititntmeiit.
Mchlln & Sons
Knabe, Weber, Voso, Fischer, Stcck
Kroll, Lauter, Shonlngcr, Wee
man, Cablo & Sons
Kohlcr &. Campbell
Stelnway, Mchlln, Webor and Lauter
Standard and Wurlister Electrics
Mado In Now Yorkand Boston
Sold For Cash or On Easy Payments
We Sell I'ianos for 8'JS.I.OO that you cannot huy
elsewhere for $MMU I tu y at home and save money
"Coupon Schemes," "(iucssiti Schemes," "CJuli
Schemes" and "Special Sale Schemes" ate lake meth
ods lor unloading cheap pianos. Ilih (inulc i'ianos
are not sold through fake schemes.
We make a Specialty of Tuning- and Repairing.
Call or Write for our Catalogs ami Prices.
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LAKEVIEW - OREGON
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LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTUnoUlLC.t (l'I.UA7'.( IN cONM'.CTI'iN WITH Till! ATAOliA
KAMI-A:- On Way Round trip
Klamath Falls Route . . . $10.00 $18.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Laktvlcw . ..... Stax OKk
Wuh .... Hulllvan HoUl
KUmuih FalU . . Aaiarkan HoUl
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