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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1906)
flow to Oct on the Ticket.
Are you (mini to lx r candidate for
office at the coming election in Ore
con? If no you will need to study
carefully the provision of the new post olllco
nrlmarr nomination law. Political ! stated and
nominating conventions a they
have long existed in Oregon are aliol
Ishcd by the now law and there in an
entire revolution in the method of
obtaining nominations for public ofil
cea voted upon by the people.
The first move a enndidnte 1 com
pelled to make is to file with the sec
retary of stato or district office, or
with the county clerk, if for an office
tn l filled in one county, or with the
city recorder if for ft city office, a
copy of liia petition signed by him
self in the following form:
To (See. of state or county clerk)
and to the members of Mie -party
and the electors of (state, dis
trict or county in the state of Oro-
Kvery sheet of the petition must uou place in Ma office and keep it
contain a sworn statement of some 1 posted there until after plumy rlrc
registered voter that he is acquainted ' t0n.
with the person who signed it and lie must then have print ed on the
that the slcnaturcs are genuine, the official imllots, the Kepuhlloan ticket
I, (name) reside at - - and my
post office address is - - I am a duly
registered member of the - - party.
t t .. iiiMiilnnted for the office of
- - at the primary nominating
election to le held in the (state, coun
ty or district) the -JO day of April.
1900, I will accept the nomination and
will not withdraw, and if I am elected
I will qualify as such officer.
If I am nominated aud elected I w ill
during my term of office (here the
candidate can use 100 words to state
The foregoing petition for nomina
tions is to be separate from but at
tached to the petition to be (signed
by the voters who desire to see the
candidate's name on the ballot. a
copy of the latter petition is to be fil
ed w ith it and the heading must be
in the following form and addressed
to the secretary of state, county clerk
or city recorder, as the case may lie.
We ,the undersigned members of the
party, aud qualified electors
and residents of precinct, in the
county of ....,state of Oregon, re
spectfully request that you w ill cause
to be printed on the official nomina
ting ballot for the party, at the
aforesaid primary nominating elec
tion, the name of the above signed
as a candidate for the nomination
to the office of by said party.
The man who is a a candidate for
either house of the legislature may
sign one or the other of the following
statements, but should he refuse to
sign either of them that fact will not
effect the filing of his petition:
aud residence correctly
that they are registered
voters of the party.
There must be a separate petition
for each precinct in which it is desir
ed to obtain names. A voter in one
precinct cannot sign the same sheet
with voters of another precinct.
No voter can sign a petition unless
he is registered as a inemlx-r of the
party in which the candidate is seek
ing nominaiton that is, no other
names w ill le counted on such petl-
At the priu aries in Oregon this
year there can be only two parties
participating. A party In the inean
iug of the primary law, is an organiz-;
atioti for political purposes, wincn
cast at the election of June, 11HM, at
least 'i per ceut of the votes cast for
the office of congressman, hence ouly
the Republican ami Democratic part
ies fulfill the definition of the law.
Persons who register under any other
affiliation, "Independent Democrat,"
"Independent Republican," or any
other title or change, will have no
weight on any petition for nomina
tion at the primaries and will not be
allowed to vote at such primary elec
tions. A candidate for n county office must
obtain signers to his petition iu at
least one-fifth of the preciucts of the
county; if for a state or district office
and the district comprises moro than j
one county, the necessary signers
must include electors residing iu each
of at least two counties; if for a state
office to le voted for by the whole
state, the uecessnry number of siguers
shall include electors residing in each
of at least cue-tenth of the
in each of at least seven counties of
the state; if for a congressional office,
the signers shall include electors resid
ing in at least one-tenth of the pre
cincts of at least one-fourth of the
The number of signers required on
every such petition sliall be at least
2 per ceut of the party vote, but for
state or congressional offices the uum
ler required shall not be more than
one thousand, nor in any other case
shall the number required exceed oU.
A voter can sign as many petitions
as come to him, even for the same
The retitious for state or district
offices must be filed with the secre-
iu black ink on white pacr, the
Democratic ticket iu black ink on
blue paper, nnd any third party in
black ink on yellow paper; also dub
licate Wllots on cheap colored paper
in different colors from the regular
The primary elections will bo on
Friday, April 20.
The general election will be on
Monday .nine 4.
1 he total number of votes cast til
Irfike county for the Republican can
TjVlaleforVpiigrcmiii l'.NAl was 471,
so the total nunilier of signers neces
sary for al Republican candidate Is
and they'iuust represent at least II
NEW PHASE OF HO AD WORK."
out ot the 12 precincts. The total
Democratic vote for congressman was
22!' and the number of signers requir
ed for a candidate of that party for a
county officer is .", which petition
must also represent at least II pre
cincts out of the 12 in Iike county.
To lo precinct committeeman of
either party a petitiou must also be
tiled with the clerk sigucd by at least
two signers from the precinct iu
which the applicant is a candidate.
Aspirants for nominations for the
office of Joint-Senator or Joint-Representative,
iu districts where several
counties are joined together to form a
Senatorial or Representative district,
must file their petitions for nomina
tion in the office of the Secretary of
State, while aspirants for seats iu the
Legislature to be tiled by election in
one county culy, must file their ix-tl-
tion iu the County Clerk's office.
This distinction is important not
only because of the place of filing but
liecause one seeking a nomination for
Joint Senator or .Joint Ueiireseiitii.
preciucts : tive nni!.t ,,tit;t)ll j,v March
W, while other Legislative aspirants
have until April 4 to file.
In all cases w here the election dis
trict comprises moro than one county,
the candidate iu the direct primary
must file his petition iu the office of
the Secretary of State.
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s: Paisley, Oregon.
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I'hj stria mmt Harare
Ort'lCK- New Pal llulMlii.
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Attorn-)- m Law
Uw Agricultural Depart. Will
t'a Collection of l.antvrn Mllila.
There Is a hne of the road work of
the department of agriculture that from
now on will receive more nttentlou
than ever and will be of the greatest
lutorest to every community In the
United State that expect to build ll
road, and especially to the agricultural
college that are helping In this work,
ays tlio Washington Btnr. It Is the
lautcru slide department of object les
ions and missionary work. The road
office since Its establishment has ac
cumulated one of the moat unique col
lections of Inuteru slides on the road
question that have ever coino together.
There are pictures front nil over the
Tutted States, nnd many from abroad,
showing roads of nil sorts, givxl, bad
and Indifferent. Some of the bad roads
of the Fulled States, by the way, nro
about the worst In the world. There
are pictures of roads In all stages of
construction, showing the material used
and how It Is put together and the ma
chinery used In the work. There Is ev
ery phase of material getting, from the
work of the convicts blasting out rock
at the Folsam penitentiary to the lat
est Improvement of rock crushing machinery.
Then urn tiuiiiiti of llnwn aHite . i
furnish a dorcu series of pictures, each rwy wv ''
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n ii-viiiiu in iit'ii uu loilil ifililillllK, llt j V i.nr.iirn r.n j ru I .,1 r. I , rll. in, n
need of roads, the difference In trans-1 'S i"'ru Om li ami
porta t Ion that the coming of r od roads 'v
lulai limit., Aiii.1 fli, lilufikfi tt r. in. I.i mi. I ' f
. ... 'kS t'. P.. W, J. Mimiiir. Hcrllw. $
it HUNjiorumoii nil vrr wiw couiiiry. ' PS
These picture are being arranged In
series nnd will form an Illustrated clr-1
dilating library for the agricultural col-' JS. TT.TT.Tnj "J
leges of the country that want them.
They nre to Ik Ion mil out to Hie col-
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'I further state to the people of Oretary of state not less than twenty
gon , ns well as to tne peoplo of my
legislative district, that during my
term of office, I will always vote for
the candidate for United States Sena
tor in congress who has received the
highest number of the peoples votes
for that position at the general elec
tion next preceding the election of a
U. S. senator in congress, without re
gard to my individual preference."
"During my term of office I will
consider the vote of the people for
United States Senator in congress as
nothing more than a recommenda
tion, which I shall be at liberty to
wholly disregard, if the rea:-oii for do
ing so seems to me to be sufficient."
days liefore the primary election, that
is not later than April 1. this year.
Petitions for offices (except district
attorney) to be voted for in one coun
ty, must be filed not less than lifteeu
days before the primary election, that
is April 5 of this year.
Thirty days before the primary elec
tion, or by March 2", must send two
notices to each judge and clerk of
election in each precinct.
Not more than fifteen days aud not
less than twelve days before the prim
ary election, the county clerk must
arrange the ticket, certify to it under
seal, file the same in the office, uud
po.-t a duplicate of it in a couspic-
WATERPROOF OILED (LOIHIHG?
f5LKIR5.POMMEL 5UCKB5 AM HAT3.
following oun successes
AT PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO
A NO OTrteR CXPOSITIONA
WE WON THE
.HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD;
T THE 6T.L0U13W0RLD3
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New Pine Creek,
Taj ll T'a '
U kept nn nil' al K. C. P.KI't
Attvi rtllii Aii nr 1.' Sun-
mum- sirt-. i, San Kraix lM u. t .. wlu-ri'
i coniracu lor alvvrllilti ian Ui mailt lir It
Every nuin owes it to himself and his
family to master a trade or profess ion.
i Read the display advertisement of the
! fix Mow Schools of Telegraphy, in thi
issue and learn how easily a yuur.k; man
j or lady may learn telegraphy and be
assured a position. aug'!-4m
The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation,
Edited by an Able Corps of Writers.
The American Farmer is he only Literary Farm Journal pub
lshed. It fills a position of its own and has taken the lead
ing place in the homes of rural people in every section of
the United States. It gives the farmer and his family
something to think about aside from the hum
drum of routine duties.
Every Issue Contains an Original Poem by SOLON L. GOODE.
A BAD KOAD IJCVKltW'iNT.
legpn, with or without lectures accom
panying them, and will form n valu
able auxiliary to any school that l
teaching mail making, hcsiilcs making
an Intcrentlng lecture for the communi
ty at large, aud the Hinaller towns espe
cially are very much alive tfj tliU sort
of entert.'ilum-ut and education. The
net of slides Is a eolleetlon that none
of the Hinaller colleges could ever get
for themselves, tioth on account of the
prohlhltlve cost nnd the difficulty of
fludliig Just what Uiey wanteil to illus
trate a particular phase of the work at
n given time. It Is the sort of thing
that the government, with agents ev
erywhere, can get together at compara
tively little trouhle and expense, and
It will he made available for use In a
score of colleges year after year at
practically no expense to the govern
ment and none at all to the school.
! O nlinrrlla-ri to 1 hi- Kiamlni-r wlui ri-tnovr
(rum urn- Inmliiv to amiilii r. ur i-tiaiiKr
, Ihi lr iimiiirhn- a.lilfi . nlmulil r. iii.-iiiIht hi
. ilroji ihln ultiiT a runt o Ihi-lr pupi r ran lie ail
, drtnai-d lo tin- ritlil iiiiltli-i'.
1 o Cure a Lot J In One Day
Take I. A X ATI V K liKOMO (Jl'IMNK
Tahleti. All IiunKits refund the
moin y if it fails to cure. K. V. tinive'a
diitnuture is on each box. D.'k-.
J Look at the ilcxcnption of the land
j liMted Midi The I'xam ner this week (or
; u!e, and fein t your piece before it ha
1 been mld to tiiiie one i-'He. tf
Within the Next Ninety Days We Offer
Two For the Pake of One: The County Examner
The Leading County Paper and The American Farmer
BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $2
This unparalleled offer is made to all new subscribers, and all old
ones who pay up all arrears and renew within ninety days.
Sample copies free. Address:
C. 0. rietzker, Lakeview, Oregon.
Valve of l.enil Iloaiia t I'rnprrty.
The question ,-l)o good roads pay?"
Is being continually demonstrated by
such facts as tills, taken from n Flori
da paper: J. ('. Sloth, the real estate
broker, could have loug1it a certain
tract of laud a few months ago at fOOO.
An "object lesson" road was built Jn
the locality, and ho was authorized by
a client to pay $3,200 for It, but found
when he tuado his tetidar that It had
Just been aold for $2,700. The valua
had been enhanced by aa amount suffi
cient to pay for half a mllo of Im
proved road, and the gain on valuo of
half a mile of abutting property at the
same rate would pay. for ten miles of
good roads at the same cost.
Klamath Springs Special.
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" Call I'ri'i'k a. i,.uii H.ytl "
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Office In Illcbcr' 5torc
Stage leaves lakeview ilully, rs.
vpt r-tindsy at 0 a. in. Arrive
at Alturaa nt tl p. m.
luvei Alturu for l.akeview at
(! o'clock a. in., or on the arrival
of the stage from Madeline. Ar
rives in lakeview in 12 houra af
ter leaving Alturaa.
freight - Mnttcr - (Jlven
5triit - Attention
first - Class - Accomodations.
Western . Stage . Line
J. 1.. VADIN, Proprietor.
Office In Unhide I'otel
Kit math Talla.
Daily from Toke'cmit by Keno, Klam
nth 1-mIIh, Dairy, l'.oniiiira, nnd lily to
Duilv from I.ukeview bv lilv. I tuna nun
Dairy,' Klamath Kails, Keno, lo To-ketiema.
From Klainnth I-'hIU In K'i.m.i bv
steHiner and from Kcro to I'oki-).ema
over the Hinaet Fotir-llorse StiiK" Line.
S. L. McNAt'oiiTov, I'rop.
Rural Delivery Notes
England has a rural mall delivery
dally except to very distant farm
houses, which are served triweekly.
The states In the northern part of the
Mississippi valley ar the ones In
which the rural free delivery business
has been extended the most. Illinois
leads all other states with 2,008 route
in operation. Ohio is second with 2,302.
"Rural free delivery has made a
considerable difference In the amount
of memorising that postal clerks on
Indiana routes have to do," said ono
of the number, according to the In
dianapolis News. "Fire years ago
there were 2,202 postofflces in Indiana
whose names we bad to remember,
and sow there are only 1,01)4. The re
duction of over COO offices is due to
the rural free delivery."
Miss Susie M. Btolta la the only wo
man rural mall carrier in IUInolsor la
Wabash county, says the 8t. Louis
Fost-Dlspatch. Miss Btoltz Is nineteen '
years old. Her home is at Gard'a
Point, ten miles northwest of Mount
Carmel, In Wabash county. She has
bad a rout out of Mount Carmel
for the past eighteen months and
In all that time bas only mlsd on
day. That was when she went to a
convention of rural carriers at Olney.
Miss Stoltz's rout Is twenty-slz mile
long. She drives that distance in a
buggy every weekday of the year, in
sunshine and rain, through flood and
mud and snow and ice.
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Office at .Mercantile Store
Hau leaves Lakeview Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays at l a. in., arrives
at Flush at U p. in. Leave I'msli Tues
days, Thursday and Saturdays, at 6
a. in., arrives at I.akevirw at 9 p. m.
l'aKHeiii.'er fare fit oiii way or 5 for
round trip. Freight lates from May
1st to Nov. lt f.7f t r hundred; froir
Nov. 1st to May lnt $ 1 .IK) per liumlre
TIMIIKIt I.IM OTI4 K
1'iiitetl .S'tati-H Land Oflire, Lakeview,
OreKon, October Ltllb, llM).r). Notice in
hereby jt'veii t,Ht in eompliamn with
the provisions of the Act of .lune:i, "8
entitled "An act for the sale of limber
lands in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory," an
extended to all the l'nblic Land Hlates
bv set of Autftisi 4, IHM-J, Frank Hall,
of Klamath Falls, county rf Klamath,
state ot Oregon, lias Ih's day filed In
this office his sworn atatemeuts No. I!015
for tho purchase of the Nw SK'f Zi'.
Xw M bf.yt Nw4 and lot 2 of section l'J
in township No. 34 S., Harige No. Id K.,
w. rn., and w ill offer proof to show that
the land sought is moro valuable for its
timlHir or stono than for agricultural
purposes and to establinh bis claim to
said land before (ieo. (Jhastain, clerk of
Klamath county, at hisoffico at Klamath
Fal's, Oregon, on Saturday, the 13th day
of January. 1!)01. lie names witnesses:
C. II. MeCutnlrtsr, of J)airv, Oregon;
lierlairt Cremnier, Fred JUmsing of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, Bud K. A.
McUulley, of MeCloud, Calif.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the alwve-desjribed lands are request
ed to Gle their claims in this olllco on
or before said 7.1th day of Jan., JtHM.
41-1 J. N. Watson, Kegister.
Ell's Cream Balm
Euy and pleasant to
in Conlalut uo In
It is iiii(-kijr antornoa.
(Jlvot ltoliuf at ones.
It 0ins and Cleanses'
Heal and I'rotocU the Mnitiran. Keatorel tlif
buuM of Taata and Hinall, lt 8sn, U cents at
Druggists or liy mall) 'I'riitl Blae, lOcenia by mall.
ALX DUOTUUitti, M Wsrreu BUwl, New York,
' ir r s m
James Barry f,.htVf.1;
for wethers. Boms (wti Hquars Crop and Bill
"a". jr nrana hi, Jiangs, crans
Lake. fostnfflcs adilruaa. Ikavtnw. nn.ii
tat II IllinUI 111 ear, Wall UndororoD o
rlghl for ewes; re trse for wathors Tar Brand
W. Kanga, Fish Creek. J'ostofflos address