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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1912)
EE FRUIT LAND AT
Don't Be Afraid of U. S. Government Carey
Act Irrigation Projects in Oregon
The dir of lrrfionib!p litlgati n companies In thin state I pact. When
the Northweat Towuslte t'onipany of riiil.i'l.'lpltia took oor the Paisley
Project In IjIlk County. It gave the lariat bond ever itiven In tlit state
fifty tlionaaml dollars guaranteeing completion of the project. Kvery
thnv months it mnkew ttn Item'red statenieut of expeimu to th IVsert Land
Hoard. All of It advertising book, maps, contract. auhseriiMion acree-rtit-nts
and literature la eubrulttei to the Poeert Laud Hoard for innpetloii
Ix-f. re Wliiif imtied.
TUK t AND IS LKVt L, FKEK FROM ROTK. ANP ISA KICH VOL
' M ASM SOIL. The climate Is ierfeot for fruit, which now grow to
lriiH.'iiuu t l'altley.
Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Prunes
Construction work upon the dam and reservoir has now been In pro
gress for three months, with Thomas Hawthorn, State Inspector, on the
jrround. He was formerly with the U. S. Government Keclamatloii Service
on the Umatilla Project.
Send for HXpaxe Illustrated book. Go to Pa slev by automobile stae
from liend and see the land Our ageot at Paisley, Hugh K. Ulluiore, will
thow you the land. It U free to those who pay the cost of putting water
Northwest Townaite Co. are atuunif the largest taxpayers In Oregon,
owning townsite eub dlvUlons at Prlneville, Madras, Hedmond, Bend,
Burns, Vale and also the 840-acre Conn ranch at Paisley, lucludlnK a 50-bar--el-a-day
capacity flour mill, and general store.
Our buk reference are:
First National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.
Glrard National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.
Commercial Trust Co., Phlladelhhia. Pa.
Interstate Finance Corporation. Philadelphia, Pa.
Merchant' Trust Co., Camden, N. J.
SectrrUy SavloRS fc Trust Co., Portland. Ore
Address all communications to our Portland office, 601 Yeon building.
Write now. The average cost of water will be $46 dollars an acre. We
will nlve you a square deal
Northwest Townsite Co.
308 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
SEE OUR AGENTS IN ItEND
HOMESEEKERS' LAND COMPANY
REACH FAR WEST
The census taken April IB, l'.MU, en
umerated in the United States 13.34.V
fj4! white persura of foreign lirlh of
whom linnet exactly fi.OOO.OOO were
new arrivals who had reached this coun
try between .Innuary 1, 1901, and the
taking of the census. A statement is
sued liy liirecfor Hu.tnd of tho depart
ment ot commerce and lalmr.l'nseil on a
tabulation prepared hy Wililiam ('.
Hunt, chief statistician for population,
gives the distribution among the states
of these recent additions to the popula
tion of the Unite ) State.
Of these recent arrivals coming after
January 1, 11)01, there wore 2. l.rr.772.
or 43.1 per cent, In the middle Atlantic
states; 1,012,417. or 2(1.2 per cent in
the east north central division Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, Mich gan anil Wia
consin: and 084,47:1, or 1:1,7 per cent In
the New Fnglamt states. These thieu
divisions, comprising tho states lying
north of the Ohio and east of the Miss
issippi, contained 3,8n2,Gt'2, or 77.1 per
cent of tne immigrants who had come
to this country since the year Ilk HI,
Ihere were only l,147,4:!t, or 22.9
per cent, locate! in the sections of the 1
country soi-fi of the Ohio and west of
i na.ni a pi tm
LESS BOWEL TROUBLE
Lakeview people have found out
i t hat a SINGLE POSE of simple buck
thorn bark glycerine, etc., aa rum-
'p-onded In Alder i-ka, the Germao
appenclcltis remedy, relieves con-
stlpatlon, sour stomach or ua on the
stomach ISSTANT1 Y. This xlinple
i ml'ture anticeptlica the dlgeHtlve or
gans and draws off the Impurities
and It Is surprising how QUICKLY
It helps. Hall A Hevnohls Druggists. ,
Five Johnsons Aspire
Hiram Johnson is the fifth man of
his name to run for Vice President.
The first was Richard M. Johnson, of
Kentucky, who was elected with Van
Kuren in 1S3G and defeated with him in
1840. Herschell K. Johnson of Georgia,
running mate of Stephen A. DougUa,
in 18G0 was the second. Andrew John
son who succeeded to the presidency
when Lincoln was assassinated, was
the third. Hale .lonnson, candidate
for Vice President on the Prohibition t
ticket in 1890, was the fourth. Hiram
is the fifth.
A complete lliicol
wagon and bugg
liar n ', mIiI pa,
robes, bits, rlatcs,
vtte, olc. He.
i:rrj Iblng In the
1 1 lie ii f carriage
mid horse fiirntr.lt
It) c o in p c t e n I
THE DEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & CUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKSR, Prop.
We give cllicient service and do
pood wink. Send your
washing and give
us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
We are now ready to roll your Iiarley at any time
ANNA RIVER IRRIGATED LANDS
Productiveness demonstrated by growing
crops. Lands surround new town
of Sprague River. Best in
vestment in Lake
DOdson Realty Company
The record of the
for the past four yearn Is
that not one single pas
senjrer lost life through
a collision or derailment
of it trains.
This means that (lur
ing that time 1 7.,MM,
OOo passenger. w ere safe
ly carried to their des
tinations on its lines.
This is a record im
eualeil hy any railroad
in the world.
have he en expended
within the past five year
in Installing Automatic
Every mile of the lines of
PACIFIC System to
Omaha, San Francisco,
Los) Angeles and Port
lam! are now protect d.
uickest and Shortest," Way
i:ii iim'ko with a im:i:fi:( t system of j:ki:ctkic hlock-safi:tv skjnalh cahffui. o.
STKLCTION HEAVY HAILS STONE HA LEAST STEEL HIM 1X2 ES STEEL COACHES
TRAVEL 31 A HE t'OMFOIJTAHLE HY STANHAKH SI.EEl'EUS. onsEItVATION
LIHHAItY CAItS, CHAIK CAHS, TOL'IMST SLEEI'EICS AM) A
I E 11 F E C T 1) I N I N ; S i: H V I C E
I0GDEN & SHASTA
DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT RENO, EAST OR WEST
YOUR CHOICE OF TRAINS.
5 Daily Trains West
A'o. i:i Lrn ve IlESO 7:40 I' .1
" i) " " .'- .1 SI
" 3 " " 2: Lit .1 SI
' : " " H:02 A SI
Motor " " fi:W A SI
Arrive Sun Francisco H:10 A SI
io. :io A SI
.1:10 P SI
" S::io p M
Truck tv 7:4.; .1 SI
ALL TRAINS CARRY
Sleeping Car on TRAIN ) stands in
' front of the RLMO Depot and may be
occupied any time alter I' M daily.
6 Daiiy Trains East
Xo. 2 Leave RESO ::10 P SI
0:40 1' SI
H:2r, A SI
1l::i0 A SI
l::r I' SI
0:2.; I' SI
11:50 A M
4.:t5 P M
5:20 A M
7:00 A M
4:00 P SI
10: M A M
STANDARD PULLMAN AND
TOURIST SLEEPERS ON
Reservations may be made in
advance by Mail or
FOR CONVENIENCE TO THE PEOPLE ON LINE OF V.-C.-O. RY.
We huve arranged to place a Standard Pullman Sleeper, daily, in front of our Depot at Reno which is picked up by the Fast Mail Train (No. 0) hut way be oc
ariv time ailcr 9 P. XL, thus giving opportunity for a lay-oxer of six hours to those desiring to spend a little time in Reno. Those wishing a close connection
r.M Train A'n 1ft. nt 7:4-0 P. 71. It stioulil lie lemcmhered jsvt that rwn wrsf ( mas Trnwt-l nnl mental 'issvnfr Trains .'ot Tt....l ........
, - - - - - ........7, i.i.n miuuiiu, iis.i tciiu iliUT
III cl Y ' -
the arrival ot N.-C.-O. Train, and before 0:40 P. M
For Reservations or Information as to Rates, Passenger or Freight, Apply to N.-C. O. RY. Agents; or to
J. M. FULTON, Ass't General Freight and Passenger Agent -
- RENO, NEVADA