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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1902)
I I I -COUNT LXAMlNHR : LJkTVlUV. ORROON. MAY. I. I "02.
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LAKEVIEW, OREOON. 1 AY. I leoa.
STATE REPUBLICAN TKKFT .
. i. rrksisH. oi rmnn.
R. S. BKA.V of Lane.
Secretary ( Stat.
F. 1. PI' N K. K. of Clkttop.
C. S. MOORK.ol klamalh.
gaatrtwt iiat al PabMc tuatfrt
J. H. ACKEKMAN, of MuUnomab.
A. M. CRAWFORD, of ItougiM.
J. R. VH1TNKY, of Una
TOMA8 H. TUNul'K. of HMlaborv
JL A. Liurrrr. N. Wbulbok, I. N. Braai
REPUBLICAN COt-NTV TICKET.
him t icniher his own nest well. Many
people wonder why Daly in anxious
to Ih-coiiu County Judjre. I''" not 'or
' the honor the position would brinu
him. li i" not for the meager salary f
neven hundred dollars a year. No. He
'will spend prohahly twice that much
! money in hii effort to he elected. It i"
not on Recount of hiii (treat regard and
love lor the taxpayer oh, no; every
body knows paly better than that.
Then why is he striving so hard to de-
I feat Judge Tonningsen for re-election?
In it Wcanse neither he or any other
man can une Judge Tonningsen in his
This if something for the voters of
Lake county to study over. I-et them
draw their own conclusions.
Thank God the Australian ballot sys
tem is in vogue, and poor men who
work hard for a living can use their
franchise as their conscience and judge
ment dictates, and are not to be voted
at the dictation of any man for fear of
losing their employment.
J A MR i. MARTIN
HORACE R. I) I SLAP
(iKOKoK W JOHNSON
JOHN B HLAiR
f M CI RKY
The Furuiah buttons are worn by
thousands. Many in Lakeview and in
outside districts are wearing the blood
red emblems of Republicanism. It is
well, for "all eyes are on Oregon." Ke
memlter, that on the 2nd of June the
country will look for an endorsement of
Republican principles, and Oregon w ill
he the first gun to fire off a Republican
majority. Iet that majority be large, to
i show that we appreciate prosperity and
: advancement under a Republican ad
I ministration, and that Oregon endorses
! the administration in the affuirt of the
Of Spring and Summer Goods is on the
road and will soon arrive. V ir
We will have the latest in Wash Dress
Goods and a full line of Trimmings and
Ladies Furnishing Goods. a
gAILEY & MASSINGILL
The Harney county stockman's as
sociation, in a protest airainst the Mii
lard land leasing bill, investigated the
condition of land holdings in that
county : "Harney county ha an area of
10. -M -ijuare miles, or t;.7:0.K acres of
which, the asaessment roll lor l:iO
s!i"s c" 1.41." acrjs to 1-e deeded.
Tlie Willamette Yaliey and C'as d
Mn::ita:i: Wag i. Load Co. ow ns '.''4.-a--re.;
the French Glenn Live Stock
C. 14l'.i71 a-res : and the 1'ai itic Live
Mck Co. V acre!- a total of 44:,-'d-
acre? ow t.ed by three Caiiiorn a cor
poraU'.n nearly 34 of the deeded hind
of u,r c.iui.'y. : the remainder, the
r. and 'ai;f..rnia I-and Co.. own
IVi'M h'-rer; Oregon Mock tV liutch
ering (.'.,.. -JmS'J acres; Hardin
Kio-y. S ' I'l arit-i-; and the estate of J.
Iev:i.e. II'."). ai-re.-. Thi- leave? but
llfie more thai. oiie--ixth of the Oeeded
lane of the :'oiin'v in the hands of farrn-
The Klamath Republican understands
that ' it is proxsed to have a county
high school in Ijtke county ," and that
the question will 1- subuiittetl to a vote
at the June election. Our Klamath
friend has evidently heard of the
"academy" that Ir. Daly said he
would build atter election. No one
here takes the Doctor seriously on this
proposition. It 's merely a campaign
promise to catch votes. Lut the Daly
pron.i-es don't go anymore.
Mrs. Mattle K easier, formerly of Med-'
ford, (irants Pass and Klamath Falls,1
has legun divorce proceedings against
Henry Kessier in San Francis' )
Representative Tongue is using ul!
( his infiiiein e to keep Congress in session
unti; aitt-r tiie passage of the Naaragu
Canal bill. M r. Tongue says he would
prefer Congress to remain in session
all summer if by so doing it would in
Mire the pas-age of the hill. He Udieves
there has already len enough delay
w ith the can a 1 proposition, and action
shouid i.- had at the present session.
er- am: stock rai-er.- of limut--R'l'l.s
i'i n;s are rapidly orgrw.iz
iii.'y, aiso. and it v. ill not
.lacKson county warrants are now les
thaii three years Udiind in payment.
Thi j, a condition of affairs which i-
gratify H.g to the taxpayer-. A
Whereus, 1 have settled on a tract of
utisurveyed land and marked my cor
ners, intending to take the same a my
homestead, as near as the sai.: marked
comers will conform to the legal (41iIm!i
visions, when surveyed, said 'and lying
adjoining to surveyed land, ami di-scnU-d
as the southeast of the south
east !4, aiol the northeast .. of the!
northeast '4. townbip l!" south o!
range 'S east, in section lio. The o,r.
ners have U-en placeil, ami the land i
boumlcd on the west by the .-lough.
'I hi- iand was settled ujM,n and a hon-e
)'U,:t thereon by the Ulider-:,., Wo
year" ago; thehouewas d.-ti.ued b
a swan, p fire. 1 sefled upon said land
in g-ssi laitii, and a' the time of sc-th-im-nt
there wa- no other improve
ments thereon, or any person there,
audi hereby warn al! per-ons ,,t t1 ;
trespass upon said hind, ()r to place anv '
improvement up,,,, , (. h.Uji(- W1,jiiilt
my consent. i n, . ,, l .
fiu-h, Oregon, ..prii jr, pur.-.
MEN'5 HEAVY WINTER
LADIES' EXTRA FINE
CHILDREN'S 5CHOOL .
hen you see
a smile on
a man's fate
like this fellow,
just guess that
he has a pair of
(j raves' 5hocs.
THE RED 5H0E ST0B
tn: i : . . : ,re ,air!s of thi- eoi.n'y !"A more vear-of Lepu tdican con t rol of
ar' -:- - '" tne lev ami !. ' un-y af:.i.r- and the hi debt left a.- a
sina,, -K-at. ai.d. i., m. ,.-r will .-g.i-y i.y reckless democratic adminis
be compel.e.i to -e.-i: p.i-tures new. 'r.i'i-.ns v.ili be entirely wis-d out.-
Tn.oe ap -.. t., i. a ,re on tne parr A -i...-.nd '! , l ; r ; -
" 'lie lo-n .,; n.eal.s to i-con.e lit'g.-
ho:der-o: l.-rj. ,-afie and ! i. and t,',, ' ' " "' I"''-'"""1 ti",t '',;r
re-i,,' can he an-icipated. h i, ind.-eo '""'"" :'r"-,,,i U"- "hgurn g"
a- i,4d a . ondiMon o: i,f:a:rs a- the pi.i- ll'i-'i r v. ill pi,e up another com
li" iai.d .ea.ing i y the g, .v.-rnmei.t ''" ' -ek on a iong-sufm, -
v.oi,..i ( r.i.g ;,: ...... I;. J.'a y, I an.-.-r '"' l"-'''-':- I 'opl,- never know
an.l ,.,ndd candidate for ounM w l" ,lr"l- ;i -i'J"-t "i.til tl,cy sc-
,,,;Mv, l.a- pia. " ' " ''-'
" i.-Md of a wealthy cor- A- v.e have before r-maiked, tne
po.a-ioi. o: n.,- j i can he n-aoiiy v.oiKingman i- i,v, vcy de.- t the
M" U ' so (j,-iroiis becoming ti.iohhing hear, of tl.e man who ,.,.
'ctroloft,,, ; ... ,., n,.,, r.,,,,..., ..i..
afta.rs..: Lakeeoumy. 1. is not to be,. I,,., ti.i- t.-pder pa-.,,,, ,,u,m,. I
t-r thecn-ii-ion oi the taxpayers, but , led ,., eXted beyond .he t j,. :;:,! ,
tolurthe, ni- own interests. It is a June,
v.el! km, v i lac. that a gool inanv hug.- "
aft, ami land owners ii. Lake countv '" . 1 . y an, candidate lor Oo,in,i
regard, esr oi politics, are supporting Daiv '"' ""''iali.-l Imi.'-t , sa s : 'li.e
for the .Judgeship. The common people ,'Ul'l1' "' Oregon are increasing -,
may well a-K why this is? t is easily lar-1- 'e will very likely cany I ,..
answered -h,- election of banker ami , il'"a"' ( ''"'-. '''ry, fiougla-, Jaeksoi,,
capitalist Daly would be to the interest l-'i"'o',n coui.tle:(."
of the wealthy class and against the tax
payer of small incii,,, 'I nc. owners of
small bands o si.ei-p v o.iid not expect
any favors fiom the wealthy ealtiem.u.
and landlord CocnM- ,i,j,. . either will
A LARGE LINE OF
Ji J 1
Just Received at
'-'e--t car ,,, - I
.; but a few ih, . -. '!.,,.
V ,ii ;.r,
L- j.( .,j,l, ,.
''.,'it oi ;; o;
:.e ! oi
the owiiers of sma.l ranches uml a h-w
head of cattle. , " ' ''j'liii.
If D. Daly is elected County Judge he ,
vii; hoi ! t!.,-..::..-e lot four years. The ; I';..-;,'. ; p. .,,
time will be huthciently loi,K to enable i Junston to,:, v.,- i,; ,1
7 HE MONOGRAM
1 are all
are the bi
be found act
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