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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1912)
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ALGER LAND COMPANY
Real Estate Brokers
High Gtacle MinLig Stock
NEW PINE CREEK 8 LAKEVIEW
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
FOU CHILDREN 1 to 8 yars
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Plenty of this stock for all
If you were not fortunate
enough to be one of the early
comers on the opening day.
remember we have plenty left
of the high grade stock at
An EXTRA Special
Every Hour of
The Day !
I mniin.i i wit iw ninr
LEFT IN OREGON
Inauirien from rospvtiv hump
uteH.ltr in rrirHcd to public Um1.i in
OreRcri hve herome o fomnion tht
the I'ortlHfKl ChnmU'r of I'ommcroe
h just iimueJ ti' booklet. M ttinR
forth Uovernini'nt mi tHte Imvl kIc,
mid showing the lands in the KH'e "till
available for fOttlem. There lire
today in Oregon more than 17.0li0.W0
Herea of unappropnale 1 public land,
of which there are hundreds i f thou
sands of acrva that red onlv the
efforts nt the settler to render them
hiunly productive. That does not mean,
hot-ver that, all, rr even a rreat por
tion of this great tract la imniedialHly
vluat)le or available. l h re is a wide-p-ead
opini n that in Urn on and
other Mates to which iro migration is
tiirnirft "ow, there aro lards in the
well ae tOnl niatriet Hon vU'tt iO
thf inr'tropi'li-t that .re open to eet
tltincnt. This is rot triie, for real
"I'ariaiii"'" re no more to be found
in public birds tliHti in privately o ti
ed. In feriiiity some of the public.
Ian i w vt 'li'de a ay in the state,
h i' i' is hv at 1 in tt-e spursely settled
dtricia ano is in a r:ilurl wild eon
1 1 fie mat ter nt alated linn'. Ore
pon h;i- more th'n f .00, POO acres, i.ioi-t
ot wich lies in tte rHlrn part of
the htit-. None ol it i- o!f. red at less
than $7.M per acre. Ary p rson over
IS years of air who is a citizen of the
L'nite.l Siatt's- or has declared h s in
tention of becomir g io mny tiuy S20
acrs. He must ilecUre un'ler oath
that he rio?ires it for hiaon life but
no ret-idenoe upon the laml is r (iiireil.
Payment may be mace in live annual
insta'lments of S150 each. Inquiries
should be directed to the clerk of the
State L8id Hoard The character of
the school lands can be determined
only ny personal inspection The l.n d
now Ins iros'ly in distant parts of
the state and is frittered over n.ai y
townsrrps, but with the inciese of
popr.t i'"n, the exter sicn :t rilrt.nas
and i. i..r development, all will beeorr.e
L ' ' County hss 95J,":0 acres of
Dub!L- school lands, and 2.532,525 acres
fi.wwrnmert land. Other Govern
ment land in the Lakeview land dis
trict iB, Kiiimntl coun'v, 1-29,771 acres,
and Cmnk cuuety. 405,72'"!.
The b icklet issued ty the Chamber
of Csmmerce includes all the different
laws under which Government land
may be acquired, with an explaretion
111 i niTT rnvrr iTir-r ia iw .l .. .
ROLL MOOSERS ARE
Hi k'h McLain of Msmbfleld has filed
his acceptance of the demoroalic nom
inalion for presidential lt-ctor. All
presidential electors of all parties in
the state have now Piml acceptances.
eeretarv of State Olcott is pre par
i ft the form of certification of candi
dates he shall make to county clerks.
At the head of the ticket will be the
name of tiie three regular republicans
who will be designated as Taft Sher
mar elec'or Next will be the electors
ot the ticket will be the names of the
three regular republicans who will be
designated as Taft Shermnn electors.
Next will be the electors of the demo
cratic party, then ot the xoclalikt par
ty, then prohibitions!, and last the
tames of the progressives. At the
bead of the ballot will be instruction
to vole for five.
PATROL OF ROADS
i- l'ri'fe'vor Joseph Shafer of the Uni
I er- iy is one of Oregon's busiest good
; roiids enthusiast-:. Profest-or Shaler'a
(idea is that the farming districts could
; acromplii-h the best result at be leas'
expense by starting a rejiar road
"A chuck-hole can to oraired in a
minute the m.itn t-jr after a rain" t.u
Shye, "while if reglecleu it can become
a nuisance all wirtcr and require the
attei.tton of men and a teum iti tne
I "I guarantee that if the pupils of
some country aeho'd would undertake a
I few minutes' intelligent road work on
- their trips hack imd forth from school,
that particular school house would soon
become f amous :is the center ot a li s
; tnci of good road.
"It v. ould be good for the rea ls,
etili litter for the children who need
to have devi U ped their se:'!-e of "ivic
ro?p n-ibili'y, .n d te.-t of all for ttie
community, which would soon feel
Dride in local eonditi"n nr.d would sup
pieme' t aid broaden the work fturte.l
bv '!)e puphs.
"Let some country teacht-r sei7e th:s
of ttielr operation. Tina bmiklet will
be sent in answer to all irrpiiries re
ceived in regard to Oregon public
affftF tW'Jl aFOEs.
The doors of Ahlstrom
thrown open Saturday
largest crowd witnessed
k n V-i IA '4
M A TO if A HfWS
were carried away by the arm loads. Every
available vehicle was busy carrying patrons'
purchases from 10 o'clock until closing time
Owing to the immense crowds and
heavv buvins:, we urge you to be on
ar w w -
hand early. An extra special every day
U.O. WILL ADVANCE
Unt versify of t)rrgon, F.ugene, Oct.
7. In an effort to prepare statistics
mid material thai will lst th state
legialature, the University senior rlasa
In economic; research will, for the next
to or three m nlhs, devote lt tfTort.1
toward problems confronting the ati.te
of tlreg.m. 'I'hey will u"dertake to
gather all available material Upnn the
sutject under consideration, mid,
possibly, formulate snie plan of legis
Among the problems to be attacked
are political reorganisation fo the
stale of Oregon: co operative market
ing for the farmers in an effort to el
iminate the middleman, and red ice the
cost of living: the development of
Oregon' water power resources: cre
dit associations for the farmers to tur
liish capital to develop Oregon's re
sources : and scientific budget-making
for slate, county and muoicipH'ity.
I'ortlnnd Oregoni.in : The be! thins
to do is In vote No on eer bill the
P'irpert of which is not clear. No pru
dent voter sriould v"t f' r a measure be
does not u'iderst.snd - Grunts I'ns
There can tie no Infer ii fnieot
than, w hen in dm I t, to voie No - Lake
Cmit ty Hxarniner.
Is no' the voter justified in voting1
down the wholo grist, i.nd thus dis
ciurdgir.jr the industry.' .... Would
it not to ip to kill all of tbot-e b its,
goo I, bud. and crazy, nnd pel rid of
the abui-e? If half of them were t nart
ed, the rest would eiree up ngitin
Salem Ciuntal Journal
I'hc significance 't these emphaiii1
utterances from representative news
papers printed in widely separated
parts of Oregon, is that th- y reflect
m rpinion common to the co servative
i iti7ei:-hip of the e 'tiro sf' t.:. The
way to sto) the ahiiso of tl:e initiative
is to stop it.
Clearly, the initiative is here to
aiay. Clearly, aisn, it is t ci luiu'ed
dow n each year more and inn'c w ith
measures which have no place J'i the
ballet. Clearly ton, if the way is made
easy by acceptance ot all kin:s rf
mrMires, the law-tiid erers will te
more and rcre eneouraged to present
,3 4 vji
Bros big store were
at 10 A. M. to the
by Lakeview people
OUR 8 FT. CLOVER
Oregon Journal : One vrar of plan
ning mnt work to have Oregon for the
first time oomlr antly r P'esented by
high cbiss exhibits at the eastern bind
show, racape 1 "lefrat yesterday I y a
liulr's breadth and In the most peculiar
Nenrly a ton of exhinits, showing
the finest of earth prod eta from evcty
part of the state was taken from the
warehouse of the atato board of immi
gration by the Salvation Army. li
was only when the rcpresenta! ifca of
the Salvation Army returned for more
that they were detected and that which
hud I cen taken returned.
Among the exhitiits removed was
sotii" 12 foot corn ' loin Kosebilrg, some
t foot outs Irom Metollus in central
Oregon, and some H foot clover f inn
l.nkeview in southern Oregon. There
was a Inn n rpmnftv of alfalfa at ed,
a numb r of bunchca id g'aiii nod
gtas-es, including some especially fine
Parley and wheat samples.
In hi p.ladiierN to get hack the ex
hibits that had b en' secured only bv
the most eompltle organization and
the mist siren' on effort, C. C. Chap
man, state immigration agent, accept
ed the explanation and ab-olved the
Solvation Army from all ulterior mo
tive. The rxhib.il have lueti stored si
fill Sixt'i ktr.-.-t AiHi.limt WhillifT, of
the Salvation Army noli I the Uimu's
there and naked the caretaker if the
Amiy r.niU remm o them for ilecota
tive und other purposes. The caietnk
er igtioraft of the exhibits purpoaes,
said he would see. Later he gave per
mission. Then the tiling clerk of the
rlnb went over to see how thing i were,
found the things gone, instituted an
inquiry among liie neigh!). iring in- r
chants, and wailed until the Salvation
Army came i.nck.
Incir i il'.-rmgs at em h election. The
ni ie II e initiative in thua Ui-ed, lie
more it wit. .e atiuned.
The only way to proltct and preserve
the initiative is fur the electotate to
register a general and emphatic fo
at the coming i lii linn. No mei.sure
whatever should I o I'n-nl i.nle-a there
! a recogr.ir.rtf mid dt ttiut.ittrable p di
l;c need tncrefor.
In n in doubt vote N . When rot
in (loir t, vote No, in !--. you l.avo
been ronvinctd hv perso at mve tigii
tion tnat t In? it tanire i fur the pilolic
intereat, and should pas.'..
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(JJTTThis mamr:utl. stock of
merchandise does n .t med
any praise 'from us. E :h
article is from the best man
ufacturer in the U. S. Ask
the man who made purchases
on the Opening Day.
An EXTRA Speck!
Every Hour of
The Day !
and lnn Kmir nl etpmura will bail
you diy and coniloriahl U you wm a
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
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