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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1912)
iV Oman's World
FREE FRUIT LAN
Mill Mnir, Socialist
CandiH.it For Govarnor.
Don't Bo Afraid of U. S. Government Carey
Act Irrigation Projects In Oregon
Tlw dfij oMrr-ioiiMt! l'rtntl.n comimnle In tliin ntue i-t When
the North wont Towoslte t'tmipun.v of l'hil.i.l.'lphiiv took ov.t the Paidey
Project In Uka fount), It gave th - lariat IhmuI ever Riven In tt.e unk
flft.v thotitmml dollfirn tfiiarnnteelnn completion of the project. Kvery
three month it makes H'l Item'! statement of expense tn tlie Uraert l-mnl
Hoard. All of It mlvertialn hooka, map, contr. ct. Hultm-rlpiion ayre -ments
ami llteraturv In Hiih.nltte.l to the Peert Lnu.l Hoard for inHptviloii
before lelnit inMleJ.
THE I. ASH IS LKV-L. FKEfci FROM RiM'K. AM ISA KICII Vol..
CAMU ASH Sni:.. The climate 1- perfect tor fruit, which now snuvn to
perfection at Talslcy.
Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Prunes
Construction work upon the dam and renervoir has now lieeu In pro
gress for three months with fhoma- Hawthorn. State Inspector, on the
ground. He as formerly with the U. S. (iovenmient Ueelamutloii Service
on the Umatill i Project.
Send for 32 pae Illustrated boo. Ui to Pauley by automobile atane
from Hend and see the land Our asent at Paisley. Hugh K. .(illmore, will
show you the land. It U free to thoee who pay the cost of putting water
Northwest Townatte Co. are am..n the largest taxpayers In Oregon,
owning townslte oub-dlvislona at I'rlneville, Madras, K-dmoud. Hend,
Burns, Vale and also the 840-acre Conn ranch at Paisley, Ituludln a 50-lar.
el-a-day capacity flour mill, aod gener.l store.
Our bauk references are:
First National Bmk, Philadelphia, Pa.
GIrard National B ink, Philadelphia. Pa.
CommercUl Trust Co.. Phlladelhnia. P.
Interstate Finance Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa.
Merchant Trunt Co., Camden, N. J.
Security Savings & Trust Co., Portland. Ore,
Address all communications to our Portland office, 601 Veou bulldlnir.
Write mw. The average cost of water will be $46 dollnra an acre. We
will Rive you a square deal
Northwest Townsite Co.
308 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
SEE OCR AGENTS IN BEND
HOMESEEKERS' LAND COMPANY
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5 t y .". a '..'.1 ' s. "
F KOU ISf Olff
n to the best cut to tmy we
will give It cheerfully mid hnti
etitly. Tell us what you mint
the' meat for and we II tell you
what and how much to Imy
Young wives n ; find this ser
vice n great help in their Mar
keting and n ill save themselves
much worry and useless ex
pense by taking advantage of it
3T" Meat Market
HAYES A G&OB. props
Anna River Irrigated Orchard and Alfalfa
Lands in the Famous Summer Lake Valley
A large area of this laml is now upon the market.
Following are a few of the tracts with
terms and prices
W Acre a
2 5. on
Second P'm't Third P'm't
first Payment Three Yrs. Ten Yra.
$100.oo $150.oo $100.oo
200.00 300.oo 300.oo
375. oo 300.oo
A digpat-h from Bend to the Ore
gon Journal says, report reach Bent'
from across the mountains that engi
neering parties, representing both the
Hxrriman and Hill Interests, are en
gxged in xurveying a line up the Mo
Kenzie river, eastward from Eugene,
with the apparent intention of estab
lishing a route across the Cascades
connecting with the Central Oregon
roads at Bend. There are several
parties) of surveyors, numbering in all
about 75 men. The most easterly camp
is located at Vida, a small place some
30 Hiilt-B from Eugene. Other camps
are established near Waterville, 15
miles further west. Two surveys are
be Tig worked out, each following the
immediate valley of, the McKenize.
There is said to I e keen rivalry be
tween the two parties, recti! ling the
competition seen a few years ago,
when both pyetems began buil'iing up
the Deschutes Canyon.
MISS ANNA AUNU ftlALICY.
The Socialist citiullitate for governor
In the wtaiv of Washington Is n wotiniu
Miss Amiii Attic Mnley. This very
ptlk'ient mid clever lady wan born In
Minnesota thirty nine years hko. Keitr
rd ou a furui. at thlrteeu Mis Mnley
went to MtiiueaxliM. where "nhe work
ed fur her boa id" mid attemleil school
uutll a three yeura' course In the IiIku
school was complctiHl After Krmhmt
ng ahe taught In country schools until
lie was twenty -two years of ace. when
ahe took up stenography.
I-ator Miss Maley returned to Hcbool,
dolug MM'clal work at the I'nlventlty
of Minnesota and In the Hand School
of Social Sclem-e of New York city.
From UXH till 1011 ahe was a Reclal
orjtanirer of woincti fur the Natloual
StM'iuIist party. For the past y?nr she
has becu connivteil with It Soclnllfit
piiMr ptiblisheil lu WuNlUiiKtou state.
Miss Malcy Is already lu the Held
rampalciiliijr. and she la regarded m
likely to run second among the candi
dates for governor, nud her election Is
not Impossible If the old parties re
main split, as they are at present
"I care nothing for myself person
ally." said Miss Maley recently. "It
la the principles, nims and methods of
the National Socialist party that I
desire to see succeed Our party tins
stood upon Cils uiMiioiIllled platform
since Its organization - social owner
ship and democratic control of the so
daily necessary Industrial proerty."
Quean Mry "Snsd" by Lady Con
ttancs. "Lady Constance Stewart Itlehard
son, the beautiful young woman wIkj
danced over here some time ago, has
offended Queen Mary," said n diplo
mat's wife, according to the Washing
ton Post "She actually told the Ueeu
to stand out of t tie light at n picture
"Lady Constance, you know. Is capa
ble of anything They ure teilliiR an
BDei ilote about her at the Until clutj
"She was walking In Piccadilly the
other Uny so the nuevdote runs and a
young man a I tempted to pass her on
the right when she also turned that
way. The young man veered to tlm
left, and I.ndy Constance did the same.
And there they stood for a minute or
more, overcome by that ridiculous
something which makes two people
face to f;i e on a wide sidewalk dodge
simultaneously this way and that with
out being able to puss each other by.
"Lady Constance after nine or ten of
these awkward movements smiled de
murely and said:
" 'Wei!. I'm Mire If you want to dance
I don't mind Cut what's it to be the
turkey trot or the grizzly bear?' "
The New Town of Spring River
Has been laid out within these lands and a limited
number of Lots are being placed upon the market at
$2o.OO and 850 00 per lot.
For further information, call on or write
Dodson Realty Company
LAKEVIEW - 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
Restrictions on newspapers and all
other publications except religious,
fraternal temuerance and scientific
periodicals are made in instruction just
received from Washington,
It Is specified than any article, news,
editorial or otherwise, for whose pub
lication money is received or for which
there is hope of pecuniary reward,
must be plainly marked "advertise
ment." It ia also directed that every news
paper roust make affidavit at intervals
as to the names of its editor, business
manager, owners, stockholders, bond
holders, mortgagees and other interest
ed, and must publish the affidavit after
having filed it witb the postmaster.
Business conditions are getting
brighter every day, in the Pacific
Northwest. The lumber industry has
never been more prosperous. So heavy
is the demand for lumber that the price
of logs is advancing steadily. The sup
ply houses also report a brisk sale of
mill machinery and equipment. The
tarming districts of the several states
have heavier crops than ever before.
To move them, the railroads are add
ing to their rolling stock. So materi
al is the increasing freight businessjof
the Oregon-Washington Railroad &
Navigation Company that it is addirg
a 1100,000 addition to its freight hou-e
facilities in SeHttle,
Memorial to Mrs. Docker.
The women of Colorado will proba
bly erect a memorial In the form of n
woman's building at the State univer
sity to the life mid work of Mrs. Snrau
I'latt Itci'ker. The movement was
started by tho alumnae of the univer
sity, and .Mrs. I)ecker was enthusiastic
about it. The building will be for the
use of needy women students at tho
university. Mrs. Cewey C. Rftlley,
president of the I)cnvcr Womnn's club;
Mrs. James U. Whltmore. n past presi
dent, and others will attend u meeting
at which the matter will be discussed
and the memorial Idea take form. Mrs.
Whltmore says lu regard to the pro
posed memorial. "I know that its erec
tion to her memory and In honor of ber
life and work would be the most fitting
and beautiful tribute within the power
of the womanhood of Colorado to be
stow." Said About Womankind.
Life is not 1'ing enouKii lor a co
quette to plav all her tricks In. Joseph
If it fox is cunning, a woman In
love 1m a thousand times more so.
Tho happiest women, like the hap
piest nntlons. huve no history -George
A mother's prayers, silent nnd gen
tle, can never miss the road to the
throne f nil bounty. Henry WiiriJ
.V good tempered woman, of tho tr
d -r yclept buxom, not only warrant
a pair of expuntdve shoulders, but be
speaks our approbation of then.
A complete llncol
wagon nml Imikka
ll It I II tM N , ttlllpH,
robes, hits, rliiten,
piirM, ii lit, rose
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THE BEST VAQUEHO SADDLE
ON THF. MAHKET
AHLSTROM 8c GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to . F. AKLiTROM
Twin Valley Land Co.
C. R. BLOOD, Ast. Sec; C. O. MISENER, Cen. Agt.
Wo have (r sale:
Orchard and Alfalfa Lands
Farm Lands, Timber Lands
Homesteads and Desert Lands
Special attention jjiven toO.V L. I. and Moldings
We are .'igents f r
The Fairport Town & Land Co.
FAIRMONT TOWN LOTS now on s. . Make
your selection before the best ones are sold. A
big investment for a sin.'ill amount of money.
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 8:35 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:45 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
Cullman A Hufri-t t H.rvi.e Uct wee a Lu keview uud lieno
C. VV. CLASS, AGRNT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. M. CORY, Lessee
LAKEVIEW . OREGON
Operate 5Ugei, carrying I 'n I ted Sutrt Walla, fiiprnt and fuactiKr'i on ttia
LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALliJ TO LAKEVIEW
AUTOnOBILRS OI'HHAH'l) IN CONNECTION WITH Kin .STA0H3
PAME.V OnrWity Huund trip
Klamath Falls Route - - - $10.00 $18.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Olil icr S:
Lakeview . ..... Slaga OKIu
Mmh .... Sullivan HuUI
KlaiPalh Fall , ... Antrku Hol.l
J. MURPHY, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Hoarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
WILL BE OPEN ro
MONDAY, OCT. 7