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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1912)
FREE FRUIT LAND AT
Don't Be Afraid of U. S. Government Carey
Act Irrigation Projects In Oregon
Tli tiny oflrrt sponsible hriimtloti companies In thia taie Is pftft. Vt'lwu
the NnrthwBtTownBite Company of Philadelphia took owr the Paisley
Project In lake County, It gave the largest bond ever Riven In ttie state
fifty thnnsnnd dollars aniaranteelng completion of the project. Every
Ihn e months it ut.ikes an Itemised statement of expenwa to tha Desert Laud
Board. All of It advertising books, map, contracts. subscription sgnv
, nxntsautl llteratre In submitted to the Desert Land Hoard for inspection
before leln Irtned.
THE I.ASD IS LEVfcL, FKEK FROM ROCK. AND ISA RICH VOL
CANIC ASH StII.. The climate Is perfect for fruit, which now grows to
perfection at Paisley.
Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Prunes
Construction work upon the dam and reservoir baa now been In pro
press f'r three months, with Thomas Hawthorn, State Inspector, on the
ground. He wa formerly with the U. S. Government Reclamation Service
on the Umatilla Project.
Send for 32-pae Illustrated book. Go to Paisley by automobile stage
from Bend and see the land Our agent at Paisley, Hugh K. Ullniore, will
show you the land. It Is free to those who pay the cost of putting water
Northwest Townslte Co. are araung the largest taxpayers In Oregon,
owning townslte sub-dlvlslous at Prlneville, Madras, Redmond, Bend,
Burns, Vale and also the 840-acre Conn ranch at Paisley, lucludlng a 50-bar-el-a
day capacity flour mill, and general store.
Our b ink references are:
First National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.
Glrard National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.
CoraninrcUl Trust Co., Phtladelhhia. P.
Interstate Finance Corporation. Philadelphia, Pa.
Merchants' Trust Co., Camden, N. J.
Peenri j Savings sc Trust Co., Portland. Ore
Address hII communications to our Portland office, 601 Veon building.
Write ii"W The average cost of water will be f 46 dollars an acre. We
will give you a square deal
Northwest Townsite Co.
308 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pa.
SEE OUR AGENTS IN BEND
HOMESEEKERS' LAND COMPANY
BUMPER CROPS ARE
Much Produce Must Do
Shipped to Outsldo Mar
' The harvesting and threshing of one
lot the most tremendous crops of
grain, fruit and vegetables this sortiun
I ot the state has ever produced has been
! completed, or nearly so, and satiafac
I tinn Is expressed hy all of the farming
community with tho returns for their
' Farming is becoming a science
The time la rapidly passing when mere
: planting of seed and res pi tig of the
1 crop was the only method of farming
'used. Study of soils, ascertaining tha
adaptability of vegetation to ascertain
! soils at well as analvzstiun and class-
ification ot soil are coming Into practice
J and farmers are beginning to realize,
I and many of them know, that extra
I labor caused by these methods, la
'among the must important things that
they will have to do, to insure good
crops and to keep abreast with the
' farming industry. The time is near at
j hand when the Goose Lake Valley will
i bn exporting her products instead of
j importing, as sometimes has been done
! in the past, and it will thus become a
'recognized factor in the commercial
world Tnia year her productions in
potatoes and apoles exceed local dc-
' mand. and will have to be shipped to
outside markets. Which in itself is
evidence sufficient to rate tbia section
'among those of commercial producers.
j Error In Ballot Copy j
i Through an error made iu the cer-1
: tification of the official tallot to the !
! "ounty Clerks of the state a transposi- !
1 tion occurred in the oopy sheet. The !
, error made the title resd as an amend I
! ment to article VI of the state constitu-!
tion. rather than article IV. County
Clerk Payne was advised of the error j
before they were put on the press, but
in three counties, Curry, Wheeler and ;
Clilism. they were printed tefore the
error was detected. In those rases the
secretary of state has advised them to
make tbe correction with pen and ink, 1
and thus avoid the loss of time and
ex pence In having them reprinted.
One of the many sales reported lor
the month of October was the transfer
from Mike O'Sullivan to Frnk Bloom-.
Ingcamp. th Merrill buyer, of 801 bead
of mixed yearlings and two year olds.
The price received wub i.i.20 put head i
, ail around. I
A VALUABLE SILVER CUP
Thl Best Agricultural Exhibit
of pnul nets grown tributary to the Urevon Trunk,
Spokane, Portland and Seattle, Outrun
l.'leetrle ami I'nltvd llya , at the
Pacific N. - W, Land Product Show
PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 10-23
117 lie given hy thrstt li;iilu tt,
$9.95 Round Trip to Portland from Bend Orogon
Ticket on mile XowmherOto HI Inclusive. 1'etnra Limit .t re m hvr 23.
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
$16.75 Round Trip to SPOKANE
NATIONAL APPLE SHOW
Tickets on nale Nov. II tit 10 Inclusive. Urinrn limit Nov. 20.
Train leaving (Antral f vac'M In morning arrlveti I'ortlnuil 6:30
P. St. ami Spokane 0:4.; I'. M.
Schedulex, details, ete., u he fnrtihlieil on uptillciithiti.
W. f . COM AN.
. Gen. F rt. A Pais. Agt.
J. H. CORBET T,
Agt., BEND, OREGON.
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We give efficient service and lo
good work. Send your ,
washing nnd give
us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
We are now ready to roll- your Harley at any time
ANNA RIVER IRRIGATED LANDS
Productiveness demonstrated by growing
crops. Lands surround new town
of Spring River. Best In
vestment in Lake
Dodson Realty Company
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
M W. W W
The record of the
for the past four year in
that not one single pas
senger lost life through
a collision or derailment
of ita train.
This means that dur
ing that time 17.,XOt
OOO passengers were safe
ly carried to their des
tinations on its lines.
This is a record un
eijualed hy any railroad
in the world.
have been expended
within the past five years
In installing Automatic
Every mile of the lines of
the SOUTHERN-UN ION
PACIFIC Systems to
Omaha, San Francisco,
Los Angeles and Port
laud are now protected.
jiickest and Shortest" Way
Hi 11 tm, m M T ' . V
OGDEN a SHASTA
EQUIPPED WITH A PEKFECT SYSTEM OF ELECTRIC HLOCK-SAFETY SIOXALS CAREFUL COX-
STKUCTION HEAVY RAILS STONE HALL AST STEEL It Rl DOES' STEEL COACHES
TRAVEL MADE COM FORTAHLE HY STANDARD SLEEPERS, OltSERVATION
LIltRARY CARS, CHAIR CARS, TOURIST SLEEPERS AND A
P E It F E C T DINING S E R V I C E
DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT RENO, EAST OR WEST
YOUR CHOICE OF TRAINS.
5 Daily Trains West
.Vo. 2:1 Leu ve JlliNO 7:40 P M
j ' 1:07 A M
" H " " 2:20 A M
J ' U:0J A M
Motor " " 0:00 A M
Arrive San, Fraurlsco 8:10 A M
10:. 10 A M
3:10 P M
" " fl:30 P M
" Truvkee 7:4.r, A M
ALL TRAINS CARRY
vSlecping Car on TRAIN 1) .stands in
front of thoRLNO Depot and may be
occupied any time alter 9 P M daily.
6 Daily Trains East
No. 2 Leave RENO 8:30 P M
0:40 P M
8:25 A M
11:30 A M
1:33 P M
0:23 P M
11:30 A M
4.33 P M
6:20 A M
7:00 A M
4:00 P M
10:00 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 have arranged
cupicd any time aiter 9 P.
rt on Train No.
the arrival ofN.-C.-O. Train, and before 9:40 P. M.
For Reservations or Information as to Rates, Passenger or Freight, Apply to N.-C.-O. RY. Agents; or to
J. Nl. FULTON, Ass't General Freight and Passenger Agent -
. -. , ta . r ...t'.r. . 1. ,..1 , x, 4U 'TTn 4- ir-,7 t.o.'h n i... t
to place a ztanaara ruuman weeper, ciany, in ironx 01 our uepoi amcnu wuku js uj ws. . oi iua iuiu ) uui may uc oc-
, M., thus giving opportunity for a lay-over of six hours to those desiring to spend a little time in xeno. inose wtstung a close connection
23, at 7:40 P. M. It should be remembered also that Two First Class Trans-Continental Passenger Trains, Fast Pound, pass Reno after
- RENO, NEVADA