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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
A mistaken Idea provNlln t o some nx
tout M to IIhi emolument" of (tin
Hlato J'rlnlor n rid tlm priictlciil work
ing of thn officii, It tit not 11m big
"flit" oflll'O it In H!CUM01 (tf belllg.
In tlm II rwt itct tlm nrortHllriti
for rrtnl ltiK convey n wrong Im
pression. Tlm bloimhil appropriation
In not for printing alone, but iticIu?oi
also tho coMt of paper, ruling election
uppllcM mid it t u ii y miudler Hkiiih,
nimiiiiil lug fur tho blnnnlul period to
nlmtit t 'Am). Tlm hint report of tlm
Secretary of Ktnto to tint IxkIhII urn
Will lOlOW tllCHO flgtircH to Ixi ('Oil I'd.
Tlii'ii tlm Stuto Printer muni provide
liU own printing plant uud pay till
running f'ipouHOH of tlm officii. Tlm
pay rollH iilonn for tlm two years ex
ceed ri"',. Tho Knli'in Typogrnph
Iciil Union en ti boar out tlm accuracy
of tliU xtiiti-ini'iit. Tln coHt of iiimIit
lul, it HiiiIIimI ii tin hi ii t of work done ill
oiiIhIiIo Union offices during ii rush In
tlm Stole Printing Oflico, rnt, power,
Inks, ii nd it Inindri'd otlir I'pxoiiHi'H,
add fully in,mx) more. This makes
f.'iH.mni of ixjhiimih v, Ii c)i tliu Statu
Printer docs not get.
Tlnm It will be ri'itdlly seen tlmt
when tlm rout of production of tln
printing Is token Into cotiKldi'mt Ion,
tlm Stat-' Printing Oflleo In not all
profit, ll is jiiht llki- tiny otlmr print
ing lniMliii'hH. It cohtii Koinethiiig to
Ci ltl Uin Iiiim for year Ix'nn dlrm t
ed lit tlm Stato Printing Olllco and it
riccnm that It lit III colli linii'H. Tlm
pri'Mi nt Statu I'rlntiT has Ih-oii aecim
cd of graft, of dividing tlm profit n of
til oflllMt With political llOMMI-M, uud of
H further dl Uloii for tlm iiho of tin
htiito printing plant. '1'lnrn In nl.no
lately no truth In Uichu statements.
I pay per month rental for the
plant and no more, which la coriHldct
I'd it reiooiiialiht rental. 1 Iiiivd ii Ichkc
duly Mgnid to this effect uud there
him heeu no ilivUinii of tlmofllce with
The fei n paid the Ktute 1'rinter are
llxcd by law, aiicl every item printed
in liielihiired by mi expert printer, Hp
poilltted l' the Governor, M llOHO duty
it is to inciiMire tho printing and ulllix
the amount due mm provided by law.
Governor ClminUi lulu iippolnted to
this position Mr. Albert Toier, u
di'inoiait, ii pincli.-al printer, uud
secretary of tho Oregon Ph-hm Asitociii
t Ion, whiihe Integrity in unquestioned
and who him measured all printing
don and approval all bills therefor
in htrict nceoidiuico with law. Kvery
dill for printing U also carefully aud
ited by tlm Secretary of State. Mr.
I ti ii I hi r Ix acknowledged to Im one of
tlm best officers the stnti" bus ever had,
uud his auditing stump of approval in
sufficient guarantee of hoiut account
ing. Tlm Slate Printing Oflico in a target
of attack without junt reason. The
heavy coht of printing in past yearn
has been chiefly duo to thu largo liuin
lier of copies printed. ThU him been
reduced liy law, and tlm price, now
paid ly the Statu for most of tho juib
lic print Iiik' i" not alxive that charged
by tlm piintnx fliniH of Portland, uud
Home of it in connideral'ly Ichh. For
Home I'hiHHen of work, especially where
a laro iiiiiiiImt of copied are reiiired
to be printed, tlm price hhould he re
1 have k I veil thirf nuhject careful
Htudy, uud lielieve there arc two ineth
odrt hy which tho font of print in
could ho kept down to niiiiiinuin. One
in to limit tlm volume of printing and
rcvlno the Hcheduh' of pricert upon an
tip-to date IuihIh, tlm name uh thut of
foiniiiercial priutin Kfuerally. Tlm
other in for tlm Stato to own and
operate, ltn own prliitiuK I'lant, and to
pay tho Stuto Printer u reimonalilo
flat, fixed salary. Kit her of thcno
rduuH or Hiinilar rlaurt ulontf thesti
lini'H, which tho Lr-Kinliituro lulnht
adopt for tho lietUrment of tho uer
vico might adopt would meet my
My Ucpuliilcanixiu will ho attoHtod
by tho paoplo of Liun Uounty, w hore
1 'formerly edited tho Daily und Week
ly lleHld for twenty yeara.
Ah r imtivo OreKoniau and a priuter
of twenty-tlvo yeiiHr' experionoo, I
have endeavored to conduct tho Stuto
PiiutiuK (Jllico tn ft clean. biiHineBS
liko manner, and as a cundidiito for u
Hoconil term, 1 urn williu to Btund
upon my rucord. Tho books of tho
olllco nro oiou for iuepection.
J. It. Whituoy.
When the nerves are veak
everything goes wrong. You
are tired all the time, easily
discouraged, nervous, and
irritable. Your cheeks are
?ale and your blood is thin,
our doctor says you ore
threatened with a nervous
breakdown. He orders this
grand old family medicine.
" For more thiol l I ''r'
Hr..rllllnm Cimtly. III. unin.l i.miIc
Kt nil llme, w.MnliTf'il iii.'illi'im' ! "
jiurt blooil." 1. i;. nul l . ""
il 00 ft bnttlr.
J. V. A Y KH I O.
MM Htl M
Kee tho Dowels rt yjla' '
Pills, Just ono i!l c:'
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
freo from alum or phot
OVAL tAKINO fOWOlU CO., HtW YORK.
Willi S. Dunlway
Tor 5tate Printer.
"I hereby pledyetho peojile of Oro
K'iii unreal reduction of tlm euormcuM
coxt or the office, if elected, ami I de
jclaro upon my honor that I idiull Keek
1 neither to perpetuate old libuneH of the
I ofllce nor i-nifiiife in new wheine to
loot tlm trcHMiry. "
1 Williit S. Puniway.
"S ih S. Duiiiway i u man of uteri
I inu integrity ami thoroiiKh knowledge
i of the printing biiwlin-KM. " Portland
j Iabor 1'rens.
I It iri mv purpose to be a candidate
for lioininnt ion an State Printer in
the Uepulilii nii priinnrieH next HpriliK'
(April I'.Hk; . I 'Molicit the mipport
of KepublicmiH generally, and eico
ially do I lo-k the help "f dl who want
reform in tho Stato printing Ofllce.
At prcM'iit it in tho meaiirt of cxtract
in lar'o Hiinm of money from the
treiiHury for which tlm pooplo of (re
K'on (jet no eiiuivnleiit InMieflt.
If elected, I hereby pledge myKelf to
a irrent rixiuction lit tho enonnouH
coi-t of the ofllce, and declaro upon
my honor that I Khali n-ek neither to
perpetuate the old ubuncd of tlm olllco
nor cnnntfe in new wIiciiich to loot tho
treiiHiuy. (And the public miiy ret
HKiureI, if I am elected Stato Printer,
that thoMe w ho oppohe mo will take
pleamirc in helping mo keep thin
The following quehtioiiM, it HeeniH to
me. are proper to ak about a candi-
! ditto who neck! u Kepublicun nomiiia
1. In he an honect man?
U. lias ho the neccHWiry tiualiflcu-
I I). Id ho a Kcpulilii-nn in fact an well
uh ill name?
4. Huh ho niven hucIi m rvici) to hid
party's principled and Htundard-bear-erd
na to decervo hid party'd rocojtnl-
I T'hIkkm the candiilato'd record will
command afllrmativo biimwom to
theso tiiodtloiiri, ho ouht not reason
ably to expect favors of the party.
Knowing that I am qualified by
yeai'd of experionoo to fill tho oflico of
Stato Printer, and truntinK tlmt my
pordonul record, will 1hj found satldfac-
tory, I rodpoctfully tidk your aid in
the coining coutedt.
For State Treasurer.
I heroby aunouuee myself to the Re
publican voto-u of Luke County, Ore
gon, as a candidutefor the nomination
for the ofllce of State Treasurer, at
the primary eloctiou to be bold April
Examine my record as a private cit
izen, a publlo official and as an honest
and successful business man, and if
you can find no good reasons for op
posing mo, I earnestly solicit your
Thoa. F. Ryan,
Orogou City, Oregon.
You must have a permit before you
can travel scabby sheep auy pluce iu
J. F. Clarkson, Stock Inspector.
WE WILL TAKE THE RlSPr
WriU to u. Ibr f MunplM of fln now .tyll.h trouoorina Oio uo II V.
aobuuco to ihowiou-without my rl.lt to you-Uit wo con mko J J
V. P-lr of JrOUSKHS I to your m.un. th.t you ?v.r bod. If
t you wlioo th.y aro OnUUoa Uy will ooot you inu. u ""'"', "
otli. Our kKroouisut wilu you la uuo Oiat thy iuut U.ry you or you
Tbi 3"h ffVSlTondld irrad. of Ki.ll.U Oh.vjot .or Baal atr ftd Worau
wa ituaraiilaa It uavar to fada or ahrluk. It will aaap i a
fur Uaa aama ulotli
pay a pauny. "
oliU la a Una atro
" i : i- 1 ...... 1 1 u .. . ...Mn.
today fur If ttli.M aawvlaa.
1 hereby ntibti.lt my narrm m m can
illdato for County ConimlHtilorier nub
Ject to tho act ion of tlm Kepiibllcan
vtnrn In tho iirliimry idoi'tlon to lo
held April '20, )!KI, la Iike County,
If. 11. Heryford.
(Jno. 11. Merry mn n, of Klnmnth
Kiilln, Oregon, cnndiilnto for tho nom
ination of Joint Ileprewnfiitlvo on tho
llepuhlimn ticket at tho Primary
flection, April Hh, V.)C.
T lhif)rmocrllc VmrXy at Lake; County.
I tnoHt respectfully aubmit my
name an n ruudidato for tho nomina
tion of Sheriff of liko county, Ore
uon, mibject to tho action of tlmli:rn
ocratlc. Party In Prlniary Klectlonto
ho held on April V V.m.
To Republicans of Lake County.
I hereby hii bin It my name uh a can
didate for tho oflico of Sheriff of Lake
County, Oregon, mibject to tho action
of tho IlepuhlicauM of tlm county, In
primary Kmctlon on April 20th, JW.
Allx rt lent
Totha Hpuhllcnof tk Count jr.
I anplro to 1 tho I4'publlcan nomineo
for County Clerk, of Inko county,
Oregon, at tho ueueral election next
Juno, and will nubrnit my name for
your coiiHiilerntion at tho Primary
Klect ion to h! held April mtlit V.m.
I ank at your hand a careful coiidld
eration of my qualifications and, if In
your opinion, 1 urn capabto and wor
thy, reHpiH'tfnlly ahk your aupport.
K. N. Jariuidh.
To The Republican Voters.
I hereby announce mym lf a candi-
dulo for tho olllco of County Clerk of
Luko county, Oregon, aubjinrt to the
dfcUion of tho Ilepubliciiii voUtb of
Ijiko county at tho primary election
to bo held on April i!th, !.!.
J. V. Tucktr.
Because He Wrrt It.
Some candidate uro born. Otherd
Im'Coiiio cumlidated at tho urgent solic
itation of their friend, but J. L
Smith id u candidate for county clerk
of Lake county, diibject to action of
tho Kepublicun Party in Primary EleC'
tion, April Jfl, !XH Pecuuiso ho wantd
Democratc Voter. Notice.
I liereby announce iiiydelf a caudi
date for tho oflico of Sheriff of Lake
county, Oregon mibject to tho decid
lon of tho democratic voterd, at the
primary election to bo hold on April
1a o Ueall.
I hereby announce myde'f ad a can
didate for the nomination of County
Treamircr, for re-election, subject to
tho decidiou of the Republican voters
i at tho primary flection to lie held
i April Sill, 1!kk', in Luke County, Ore
gon. ' F. O. Ahldtrom.
! For County Commissioner.
J Silver Lake, Ore., Jan. 30, l'JOt;.
I 1 hereby announce mydelf as a cau
didnto for tho uomiuation to the
oflico of County Commtabioncr, of
Luke County, Oregon, mibject to the
decidiou of tho Republican voters at
the Primary Kiectiou to bo held April
K. K. Henderson.
For StaLe Printer.
Tho undersigned announccB himself
as a Republican enndiduto for reuom
inatiou for Stato Pr'uter, subject to
t ho decision of tho Republican voters
ut tho pTiuiury election April 20.
Now serving first term. The same
courtesy that has been accorded to
Stuto officers generally, that of a re
noiuinatioii, would be greutly appre
ciated. J. R. WHITNEY.
Candidate for Secretary of State
Hon. Frank W. Benson, of Rose-
burg, Oregon, has announced himself
as candidate for the Republican nomi
nation for Secretary of State, at the
coming primary election. Mr. Benson
has no platform other than to assure
tho nublio that in the event of his
election to this high ofllce, he will de
vote all his time, energy and ability
to elvlutf a faithful, prompt econo
mical and satisfactory administration
of the affairs of the ofllce. Mr. Beu
son is well known to the pooplo of the
State of Oregon, having been a resi
dent of the State for more than 2i
He is a lawyer of acknowledged ab
ility, a man of conservative business
habits. President of the Douglas
County Bank at Roseburg, and has
the confidence of all the men who
know him. The voters of Lake Coun
ty will make uo mistake, if they cast
their ballots lor mm.
i, wi iruaraiiuM it u.v.i mi im .
COLUMBIA WOOLEN MILLS CO. t PORTLAND OREGON
all pa ana
r MM mi IB Mfl A hflDTI IMI1 f
Cloaks, Belts &
and Boys' Hats
Candidate for Republican Nomi
nation a5 State Treasurer
JUDGE THOMAS F. RVAN
Of Oregon City.
Born In Rhode Idluud 4G years ago,
Judge Ryan came to Oregon in his
21st yeur and entered the employ of
the Brownsville Woolen Mills Co. at
its factory in Brownsville. Tho fol
lowing year he went to Oregon City,
where he has since resided. He has
boon elected as Mayor, City Recorder
and School Director and Clerk of Ore
gon City, and for the lant seven years
has leen the County Judge of Clacka
mas County, iu which position he
has proven himself to lie an except ion
able business man, paying off an in
debtedness of over $-.200,000 and at
tho sume time constructing ench year
many miles of good, improved mod
ern roads, aud decreasing the tax levy
In an interview Judge Ryuu says:
"Being neither President, Cashier
or Stockholder in any bunk or Agent
nor Employee of auy Money Loaning
Institution, I pledge myself to use
aud guard the funds of the State iu a
strict conformity to the laws of the
State and for tho interests of all of
the people and not discriminate in
favor of any institution or person.
As a man of the people, independent of
any clique, faction or corporation, I
request the support of all Republicans
in securing this nomination, and if
elected I promise to perform every
duty required of the State Treasurer
in an efficient aud economical maimer.
Devel's Island Torture
Is no worse than the terrible case of
riles that attlcted me for 10 years.
Then I was advised to apply Bucklen's
Arnica Salve and less than a box
permanently cured me, writes L. S.
Naplet of Rugles. Ky. Heals all
wounds, Burns aud Sores like magic.
25c at Lee Beall druggist.
find a better
. Slaughter Sale..
To make room for our new
Spring Stock which will be here
in a day or two.
We arc now oflcr
iritf some of the
Greatest Ha Trains
evi-r heard of.
of Ladies' shoes,
& Percale Shirts.
Petition for Liquor License.
We, the undersigned legal voters of
Palsey 1'ercinct, Lake County, Ore
gon, respectfully petition the Hon.
County Court of Lake County State of
Oregon, to grant a License to O. W.
Coolcy to sell spirituous, malt and
vinous liquors m less quantities than
one gallon in Paisley Precinct Lake
county, State of Oregon for the period
of six months, as in duty bound we
will ever pray :
T. C. Welch L. A. Moss
M. C. Currier E. K. Wert
M. B. WhitehouM? II. T. Stanley
J. E. Harper Art Stanley i
Hugh VitzeI F. . Farrow
Phi Bush . S. Gaylord
A. J. Hampton W. S. Hartlerode
J. J. Moore Wm. Dobkins
Ross Finley W. W. Hampton
J. C. Hanan A. J. Scott !
C. M. Hanan Virgil Conn
John X. Long Lawrence S. Ainsworth
A. A. Witham J. S. Kelsay
H. H. Hillstrom C. B. Wit ham
C. W. Withers Camp Behr
W. H. Tucker L. C. Hartlerode
Geo. Rjinney W. Y. Miller
Frank Dobkins Ernest Mathes
Wm. Taylor Al Christen
O. W. Hanan John Drumin
J. F. McDonald ' B. W. Farrow
C. L. Withers W. S. Blair
S. S. Banister Al Farrow
P. W. Banister F. L. Hunter
Will J. Sherlock
E. C. Stickel
J. S. Elder
W. P. Welch
F. A. Fitzpatrick
J. A. Drumm
J. A. Barham
F. C. Miller
O. W. Cooley
State of Oregon
County of Lnke )
We L. C. Hartlerode aud J. A. Bar
ham being first duly sworn according
to law depose and say : That the fore
going ietition contains the signatures
of an actual majority of the whole
number of legal voters of Paisley Pre
cinct Lake County Oregon, that each
of said signatures is genuine ; that
each of the persons whose signatures
are signed to said petition is an actual
resident in said precinct at tke date
hereof and was aud has been actually
a resideent of aud residing in said
precinct at least thirty days imme
diately preceding the date he sign
ed said petition and also of the filing
of the same.
L. C. Hartlerode,
J. A. Barham.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this :th day of March A. D. l'JOti.
A. A. Witham, Justice of Ihe
Peace. Paisley precinct, Lake coun
ty, Oregon. (seal)
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply to the Hon.
County Court of Lake County State
of Oregon on May '2 1906, for a license
to sell Spirituous, Malt and Vinous
Liquors iu less quantities than one
gallon in Paisley Precinct. Lake
County Oregon, for a period of six
months from the "nd day of May A.
G. W. Cooley.
Tlu.ro In turn lmvii tn tell n. conil
cigar; one is to buy it, pay your
monny and smoke it. But the better
way la to know that it is an Eagle
or a Mountain Rose, which is abso
lute proof of its genuineness,
Mado and for sale by A. Storkman,
at the cigar factory, tf
The State Printing Office.
There is, perhaps, no office to be
filled at the coming election which
is so important to the state from a
financial point of view as that of State
Printer. The average voter never
gives the office a thought, and yet ii
is the one office of all the state offices
where thousands of dollars may be
squandered or saved to the taste ac
cording to the desire of the incumbent,
of that office.
The present incumbent, Mr. Whit
ney, in conducting his campaign for a
renomination, justifies his record by
saying that he has taken do more than
the law allows, and has printed noth
ing except such as was ordered print
ed by the Legislature. This looka
plausible upon its face, but to those
who know the inner workings of the
office and the lobbying that has been
done to induce the Legislatue to order
large quantities of work which is of
no value to the state, simply to fatten .
the emoluments of the State Printer,
it is known to be a sham and evasive
plea, set up to fool the people.
Mr. Whitney does not promise any
reform in methods should he receive
the nomination and election, and it ia
fair to presume that he will continue
to "take all the law allows," and to
see that the law allows everything pos
sible in the way of printing. That is
what he conceives to be his right and
privilege that is what he is there for
and he promises no change for the
That being the case, it becomes the
part of wisdom for the people of the
state to see that a man who will prom
ise reform in those methods which
have cost the state so much shall be
nominated and elected. They have
the chance and probably will take ad
vantage of it. Mr. Willis Duniway, a
printer of unquestioned ability, a Re
publican whose party fealty has never
wavered, a mau whose integrity is
above reproach, ia asking the people
for the nomination for the office of
State Printer. He promises that no
jobs shall bo worked through the
Legislature to fatteu the fees of his
office. He promises a new deal and
a square deal to the people, and he
should be and probably will be given
a chance to show the difference be
tween "all the law allows' and an
economical administration of this im
portant office. The Chronicle. It
T1HUKH USD 30T1CK.
Timber Land, Act June 3,
United States Land Ottiice, Lake
view, Oregon, April 3, 11X)6.
Notice Is hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of June 3, 178, entitled "An act for
the sale of timber lands in the States
of California, Oregon, Nevada and
U'ashlgnton Territory as extended
to all the Public Lanj States by act
of August 4. 18!2, the following per
sons have this day filed In this office
their sworn statemeuts, as follows:
John Brett, of Klamath Fails,
county of Klamath, State of Oregon.
Sworn statement No. 3074, for the
purchase of the EJ of w, Sec 11, T 34
H.. R. 17 E.. W. M.
Charles Soule, of Klamath Falla,
county of Klamath, State ol Oregon.
Sworn statement No. 3075, for the
purchase of the SwJ SwJ, Sec. 1,
SE1 SEJ, Sec. 2, NJ NwJ, Sec. 12, T
34 S., R. 17 E., w. M.
That they will offer proof to show
that the laud sought is more valu
able for Its timber or Btomj than for
agricultural purposes and to estab
lish their claim to said laud before
Geo. Chastaln, County Clerk, at bin
official place of business, at Klamath
Falls, Oregon, on Saturday, the OtU
day of June, 1DO0. ,
They name as wltuesses: Archie
Johnson, lister F. Klrkpatrick,
Frauk II. Hall, Charles Soule ami '
John Brett, of Klamath Falls, Ore
gon. Any and all persona claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
quested to tile their claims in this office
on or before said Utb dav of June
14-23 J. N. Watson, Register.