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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1906)
GEORGIA'S ROAD 8Y8TEM.
low llr KrBlrt4 lllahwara Art
Urine -nriM mI.
Throughout the mum of Genricln up
cln I effort iir liHiitf iniulti In llio fur
therance of k.mmI roud In i-iii li county,
ami within ii icnKiiiuililit (lino It In
lloved vwry county seat In tin' stnli
trill Im In direct roniMM l Jiii wlili every
oilier county "'a ii nil uiili tint mm
capital ly nymi'in of xiiiiil roml thai
Will )'Mi rVI (O lit llellOllllllUlcd JIM pub
Jlc IiIkIiwiij-h, hii.vh tlu Auto Advucnif
and Cotiiiiiy llmi'ls.
Under nn Bet pas-ieil ly the Keiiern!
assembly of t ho Mint" In IIniii 1'iicli conn
ty In Klven tho opt Inn of workin;; on tlx
jiubllc roml or public wort, i nil con
vlcts of n term of live year or lend ex
cet women lilul others: lint iilile to (It
The net proceed of the hhe of con
tlels U ti swell the m-liiKil flllnl of tin
tale, mi tho counties hiell fleet tv
.work their live yenr convict on tin
public ronilM or on tin public work ol
lilirll cotilille citiiliot Hliure In Hint pari
of tho school filiul Hint conies from Hit
lilro of convict. A county luivlnit 'li
li to ll it lit hliure of the Mibool
fuml rnlher than attempt to build up
puhllc roud by convict liilwir, or vice
versa, iniiHt iiuhcre to Unit policy for u
term of two yen in.
A lilW llUlllher of collliUc tleter
inhi'il upon tin? "new departure" ofi'er
cd them nml nine-- Jniiuiiry, Wo I, Iiavi
teni cnerKeihitlly mldrcs-diiK them
five to the work of triiiiHfuriiiliitf lm
neglected punlle road Into hemillfil
LlhwiiyH hit great u transformation It
COMVHTH VOIlKI.MI l! llOAlsH.
Leluu wrought In tho inh of cuiiutlcn
OilUili'il to It 1.1 culillileiitly believed that
tlielr llUlllher Will Soon he largely lu
The liomu'tliu Inive been ipjick to see
and to acknowledge the superior wis
dom of iIiomi- that deteniillied to Itlvi"
-Xtril II lid SVfttcliiutlt? attention to thell
roads. Tin y luiw begun to reiill.e that
llrst cIiinh road, g d In winter a In
summer, are lu ninny re-ipcct n ncees
nary almost nt public schools; t Ii ii t goil
road contribute to n larger mid more
uniform attendance at the i-cliooM mid
enhance the viilue of properly month
by month nnd yenrhy year.
Very nnturiilly, pernoni who ore look
ing out for u more lionpltable clltnnto
tli ii n rules In tin Hectluii of wlileli they
ore now t lllzeliw feel 11 deep Interest In
thin (picMioii f K'md l'):uN. It fid
lt)WM. therefore, that the county mid the
utate which are expending lir.elUceiitly
nml eirectually extra efTui t lu working
out ii H.vtdem fif koimI rmidH will attract
quickest the largest nuuilier of homo
The llrnoon for Unit IIiimiU.
A lurife nuiiiher of farmers living In
one roinl illstrii t of Jackson comity. In
Missouri, nppcnrisl recently heforo the J
count v court nt Independence to com-;
plain of the had roads nnd of tho work
of the oerscc;-H, h.ij'h the Kansas City
Mar. There were miy nuiuher of Kilev-
nm-en eJiplolLsl-'-Tho road district U
too h.'u;" "Tho roads ure H'dtin); worse j
Instead of hetter;" "It tal.es four liorwn j
to Kit tiny where wllh n load;" '"J'ho i
iiclKhhorn dile their poll taxes." Tho '
trouhlo with that road district, in) with
nil others In Missouri where "It takes
four horses to p-t anywhere." Is thut
tho farmers want K'd roads without ,
paying for them. They will pay tho
cot of that extra pair of horses, wear
out their wagons and keep their prod- 1
uco from ii ready market ns a payment
for had roads and yet not pay u Biniill
tax for K'od roads, l.'nder u new law
of Missouri fanners In a dlslrict of
their own creation can build liny klud
of a road or roads they desire, from
tho well packed "dirt" variety to mac
ndum highways, by Issuing bonds nnd
os.sosHliitf tho property a minill percent
ngo cncli year to pay them off. Hut
neither Unit law nor nny other can pro
vldo good roads unless liny nro puld
Ji u ArituuirHt For UuoU Honda.
Tho undent Btory o(f tho teumster
problint with u fence rail for tho waon
nud hordes lie had lost lu tho mud of
nn Ohio rood Is recalled by tho state
ment that tho nherirr nnd ilcU'ctlvea of
"West Farmlngton, O., huvo been un
nble to get over tho fifteen miles of
rood between that pluco nnd tho place
whoro a "wonted" mau Is btiiylng, be
cnuso no liorsea can be obtained nt any
prlco ou account of tho terrlblo condi
tion of tho roiuls, nays tho Cleveland
Tlaln Dealer. Until tho unfathomable
mud freezes, It Is claimed, Justlco will
remain powerless. That U un Incident
not to be lost Hlfht of by tho npostlea
of tho good roads movement.
Hlule A hi In Itoud Iluildlnir.
Sixty of tho Klxty-Beven counties In
rcnusylvanla havo taken udvantago of
Itate nld lu road building. About 300
nppllcatlons have been tiled wllli th
flppartmciit. Feventy-ono miles of LlRh
Way havo been completed, V2Q miles
aro under cohHtructlon, nml 33 miles
are prospected. 'Tho point ttiat Is the
most Blimlflcnnt, perhaps, of tho euthu
Blasnj of tho people In this direction Is
the clnlm mndo by nbout ono half the
counties to the lendorshlp In the worlt
. of Improvement.
THE GIANTS OF OLTJj
ANCIENT RACES MARVft L4 OF .1V9
ICAL 0EVELOPMLNT. '
Th HonilbitrlmrlnnK l (In Tkanannd '
Vrnra Ann Hrf All HrmrUhlf
l'rnprllonrl Mrn-Th lilaata ol
Anrlrnl lrrcm mH Mom.
'That the hiiinflti race hint detfener (
tied In Mzc ns well on loiiuevlty Is a
fnet well ntlented by various, nuthorl ;
tlis. A prouilneiit WiiMhlnvtoii physl '
clan who has made a life study ol
lirnln mid cerehrnl developmeiits, nnyi
(tint, on visit lnK tho catacombs of I'nr
Is, what Ntnn k hlui most Hi those vast
repoHltorlen of till coiileiils of tli(
city's nncleiit Krnveynids was th
great nl.o of the akulls In comparlHon
with IhoMo of more tiiotl'-rii mniikliid.
This Hiipeiloiity 'of development In the
men who lived J.iMX) years or more ngc
the scientist attributes to the open nil
life, then lu vogue nnd the physlca
Sports and cxcrchu-N Indulged In.
There lire Kcvernl races of giant
llientloiied III the llll-le, and the IJreili
and Itoiiiiiii liUloi'lans have reconleO
many examples which serve to Hhow
that thcNo tijii-claieus of elongated liu
inanity were .y no means rare lit oiif
period of liu1 world's history.
Thus It Is mentioned that the ICmper
or Mn xluiln li was eight feet koiiiO Inch
cs high. The body of Orestes, accord
lug to the lireeks. was eleven and o
Jlllf feet In height, the (hint (Jnlborn,
brought from Arabia to Koine undef
t'lnudlus Caesar, measured ncur ten i
fiH-f, mid the holies of Secondllla Olidl
I'umIo, keeperi ff the gardens of Hal '
lust, were hut sit Inches shorter.
'Un? piobablllty Is that outside of cul
tlvaled lireece nud Uome, among the
semlharhiiriiim of the greater part ol j
present day Kuropeau 'nations phytdenlj
developineiit reached often to inort '
Tho Chevalier Scory lu his voyage tc
tho peak of Tenerife says that they
found lu one of the sepulchral caverni
of that mountain the head of 8
Guancho which had eighty teeth nnd i
that the body was not less than fifteen j
feet long. The giant I-Vrrngus. slalu I
by Orlando, nephew of Chnrlcinagui?
was clghtiHNi feet high.
ltevland, n celebrated anatomist whe
wrote In l'.ll. says that some year
lefore that time there was to be heck
In the hiiliurbs of St. (Jeruiaae the:
tomb or the giant Isoret. who wn:
twenty feet high. j
At ltoiien lu 1 .''. in digging In t lie
ditches near the I lomliileaiiio. there,
wus found a Mone tomb containing n j
Kkeleton whose sliln bone reached up
to tho girdle ol the tallest man there,!
belli.; nljoiit four feet long, and conse i
(lUelitly the body must have Isvn Hev-
cnteeu or eighteen feel high. Upon the j
tomb was u plate of cop.cr upon which ,
was engraved, "In this tomli lies the!
noble and pulsHiiut lord, the Chevalier j
Uuou do Valleuiont. and his Ismes." ;
There Is. ludecd. evidence in the pon
derous armor mid two handed Bworda
which remain to us lu miiSi-ums tn
prove that the knight of tie) ages of
chlvlary was u heroic specimen of hu
l'l.ueriiis. a famous physician, de
clared that he h:iv at Lm nrne tho true
human Imncs of u sutiject who must,
have Is-cn nt least nineteen feet high.
Valance, lu luiuphiue, boasts of pos
nessing the Isiiies of the giant Iiucart,
tyrant of the Yivarals. who was main
by nn arrow by Die Count do Cnbillon. '
his vassal. Tlx? 1 loiiiinlcuns had a part
of his shin iMine, with the articulation,
of the knee, and his figure painted In
fresco, with an inscription showing
that lids giant was twenty-two nnd
one hall' feet high and that his bones
were found lu ITii.I near the banks of
the Moderl. a little river at the Toot of
the mountain of Crusol, upon which,
(tradition ays the giant dwelt. '
On Jan. II. l'l.":i. some masons dig-;
g'.ng near the ruins of a castle In
Hauphliie, In a locality which had long
been known as tho Giant's Held, at tho
depth of eighteen feet discovered a
brick tomb thirty feet long, twelve
feet wide nnd eight feet high, on which ;
was a gray stone, with the words i
"Thcotoboehus Kex" cut thereon.
When the tomb was opened they found
a human skeleton, entire, twenty-five
and one-half feet long, ten feet wide
across tho shoulders and five feet deep
from the breastbone to tho back. The
teeth were each about the tl.o of nn
ox's foot, and his shlu bone measured
Near Mnrgarlno, lu Sicily, In 1510,
was found a giant thirty feet high.
Ills head was tho tdzo of a hogshead,
and each of his teeth weighed five
Near l'alermo, in the valley of Ma
Kara, in Sicily, a skeleton of a giant
thirty feet long was found In tho year
1518 mid another thlrty-threo foot high
In loot). Several of tho gigantic boucs
of tho latter subject are still preserved
by prlvato persons In Italy.
Tho Athenians found thirty-two fa
mous skeletons, ono thirty-four aud
another thirty-six feet In height.
At Totle, In Uohemla, In 758, was
found a skeleton tho head of which
could tcarccly bo encompassed by tho j
arms of two men together nnd whoso j
legs, which cro BlIU preserved lu tho
castlo of tho city, were twenty-six feet
Tho celebrated English scientist, Sir
Ilnus Sloane, who treated the matter
very learnedly, does not doubt the
facts nhovo narrated, but thinks the
bones were thoso of elephants, whales
or other animals. l!ut It has been well
remarked thut, while elephants' boues
may bo shown for thoso of giants to
superficial observers, this can uover
Impose upon such distinguished anat
omists ns have testified in mauy cases
to tho mammoth bones being unmis
takably human. Philadelphia Itecord.
Ho patient with every one, but above
all with yourself. Francis.
Tho Kliul You liavc) Alivtiyfl
In tiso for ovrr HO yrtiTH,
fy'fl" noiial Mipcrvlslon ninco Its Infancy,
f-GClCitwt Allitf nn ono iodccclvn vmi In tfilx.
All Counterfeits, Imltatlonfi and " Jimt-ns-jroo" aro hut
Ixpcrliiiciitit thut trlflo with and cmlunger tho liontth of
Inlunts and Chlldrtrii Kxpcrlcnco ngalimt Kxpcrlmcut
What is CASTORIA
Cast or In In a harmless niihstltnto for Castor Oil Pare
froric, Drops and Koothintc Hyrups. It In IMeasant. It
contaliiH neither Opliiin, Morphlno nor other Narcotic
Mihslaiico. Its o Is Its guarantee. It destroy Worm
find allays Fcverfchiies. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, euro Constipation
and Flatulency. It uwdinllate tho Food, regulate tho
Ktoiiiach nnd Itowels, giving; heallhy and natural sleep.
Tho Children Panacea- Tho Mother' Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Tie KM You Have Always BongM
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Vmi ecMT.ua oo.Mirt, t atuaa. .TXtcT. m o cm.
B13EF, MUTTON. PORK, SAUSAGE, ETC.,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE
..Lakeview Meat Market..
JOHN WENDELL. Proprietor
. AT PRESENT LOCATED
BUILDING NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVicW
Nature's VonJrau handiwork
Hironun Utah and Colorado
Cnsllo (.ilo, rinn of ttm ilrnn.l,
Murk Chiioii, MHrxliall nud Ti-iiln-ii-tw
I'Hiit.-i. ami the Worl'l Famous
lor Dt'Hi'rlptlve ftn l lllimiratoil I'aiii)'li
lots, wrtlo to
W. C. McBrlde, Oen. Agt.
lil Tlilr l Stroi-t
Boan tb I T;fl JIJ H'1"8 Bu't
LATL1ST LAND AND SrOJK NEWS
EIGHT PAQnS LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
nniglit, and which had hem
ha homo tho nlgnutnro of
had heen iniulo under liln icr-
EfftTtive May Will, 1I6.
! 9:15 A. M. I.v. a Krno Ar. 5::!5
11:VJ A. M. !.v, I'himaH I t. ?:I5
l;ls I'. M. I.v. b Hoylt) I.v. 1:12
2:13 I'. M. Ar. Amnlre l.r. I2:ul
;3:il M. I.v. AiueiU-o Ar. 11:15
3:1) r. M. I.v. c Hut S.ks I.v. U:tO
7:lW V. M. Ar. 1 Math-line I.v. 7:15
1:20 r. M. I.v. Human Ar, 12:45
):iX) P, M. I.v. e H.ckwitli I.v. 11:115
I :'i" I. M. Ar. ( Mohawk Lv. 8:lo
a Connt-ctiona matle with Ea.t ami West
houml trains of. S. P. ("n.
b KlaKts to ami Iruiu Milfurtt, Jam'svillc,
c Sli.fia to and from rtamiisli anj ?usaa
vilte, d StiiRt' ttaiul frimi KanH'villi', CtUrville,
Kort HiJwcll, Atlin, Alturas, Lakeview, auJ
other rtlnts tn Oro-on.
e S lam's to n l from (it-ni'tH, Tuylorsvilltf
f Ptatiosto ami from Johnvillo, Croiuborjr,
. aud Quiaoy.
1 17), I RIXTIXG IS AN ART IN
I Ji ! cells.
'Zp"' styles in type and keep in
stock a large assortment of high
gnule stationery so that there is
no delay in executing a large order.
prices will be found to compare
favorably with other prices.
4 4t0 O
dmwmf nt i.i.i.t'i. r-.r ti- rt imh.,' h nl frrimr.
fr tvlrir. h"H to obtain MMnt4, t r ft.).. ttttakM,
"Wa, in am COUNTRIO.
tlmtnrH Jlr,rl flit H'atlilxftrm lavn tlmr,
mtnrr a. I "flm Ih falml.
fr tnd Ififrlnjrtmtnt Prct!ci Eicluilraljr,
W rtui or tvm V ua nt
tl ITUU ,.,, ry .iu4 Ium r.lnrt 0m,
WMINIJTON, O C.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
1J10 Connetlcut Avenue
Washington, D. C.
All fwraona ivhs havt her.lnfnr. made FINAL
PKOIP In any kind of Land, Mineral or Tlnv
her Enlrlea, which ha been accepted ty the
Reciater or Reeclver of anv I.'. A. Ind Office.
can have the laauancc of their LI. S. Patent for
aid Land promptly attended to by (ending
me their Duplicate SteceWt4, or Certificate of
Entry, and an agreement to oav me tlO when-
ever (aid Patent (hall iaaue.
Oregon, C.I Morn i
fftfi - Copyrights &c
Onlr ktlf Mrrtnln our ovtnwn fre whft hr o
lnvontron in pTobhif pU?ntihl. fVrrtimanlr.
tlfmtnct)7tnfl4entfl. Viand honk on htialt
eit f rn. I1M iMfpncy for twnjniifptriti-
rftim tan fhrotrh Munn h. Cu. recelT
tptriai nniic4t without chnrye, in the
A hndomelf lllntnti4 mkj. 1rvnt rir
culaiton tf mnj iHieritiili? Journil. Ternm, f:f a
Tr: fmjr montba.9L Bold by all trew1ai
hnncb OOtoa. (25 T ft, Waabliwtuu. I. C.
ti'l irt -li la in' lii - - -- "-- ''r
Excursion Rates to Pacific Coast
Notify your frieuds in the east
tlmt reduced round-trip excursion
rates will go into effect June 1. IDM.
and tickets will lie on sale daily un
til ScptemlK-rlj, l'.HM!.
Final return limit October 31, 1W0.
Kates from principal Eastern points
are as follow:
From t'tiicasio $75.00
" Council I'luffs, St. Joseph, l'av-
onwortb and Kansas Citv. ..?(). 00
" Sioux City .....-f02 00
" l)enver. Colorado Springs, I'ue-
bloaml triniad f.'-O.OO
" St. I Ami (i!t.0ii
" New Orleans -?(i!l.00
" lloustou JOO.OO
For further information call upon
or write nearest Agent or
1. S. Taggart, Keno, Nev.
2 mo I). F. it V. A.
Tost -X; King have the bct-t grade
of liiiuors ami cigars to be found in
Tltlf IrVtMIVlfB v
We have all the late
y 4 O 4 o
i.iil"J'J"'.'.-'r.' .'aaj(jaawr, i a n m
TO AIO MAIL CARRIERS.
Appeal f flllnnla Po.tml.tre.a Par
rftmltrr" Klta M. I'uriluo of Mor
ilifill. III., timkr n pul-llc nppr-nl tot
gwnl rondu for Hip '.nrrlrr in tlmt tI
clnity, anys tlit Motor Now. Slieanya;
"Tlie rurni rraldriit In entitled to Ms
mnll lx dnja in tlio wwk. ami the
rnrrlcr or hi mitiailtutc Mill lonve th
postofHcu vcry ono of tliosr dnj-S to
nerve him. VhotluT or not lio Rots
arouml ilfprruls wholly upon thf rural
rfaldont. If the ro.iila l not In kxh!
conilltioii lio will lx Uint niticb alowrr,
and If thoy lw? lmpnMnl)U lie cannot
mnke his trip at nil. Sw to It now that
the roads nre In got! rondltlon for the
spring. A tnl strftcb of road three
miles tills side may ut tho mrnllte off.
"If tlio farrier ran't crois that road
be can't l"llvor his ins II. K, watch the
roads on both bIiIps. If n bridRt should
be washed out. don't wait two or three
days, but notify tho road boss at once.
In Clark roniity, III., a tr?t-h of road
on one of the routes was washed out
nnd was left In bad shape In spite of
the entreaties of tho earrier. Then be
refused to travel It any longer, and
the indignant patrons reported blm to
the postofTir-e department.
"An Inspector was neiit to look at
the rood, with the result that that por
tion was rut out entirely for good.
Look out that each one keeps up bl
share of road, and the carrier will do
BENEFITS IN GOOD ROADS.
-ccratlona For Haral tommanltlea
to Obtala Tbcm.
Organize gool road clubs. Get ev
ery association of business men, farm
ers, every newspaper, to push along
the good roads movement. There- ar
few other things more Important to
the people of agricultural coramunltie -and
rural towns than the good road
proposition, says I). M. Carr In Horn
Trade Advocate. It is something thai
every good citizen should lie Interested
In. It Is a question of the greatest
elements of economy. Good roads
throughout the farming districts of thf
country mean millions upon million t
of dollars yearly saved to the farmers.
They mean millions more in benefits to
the rural towns. Every citizen should
appoint himself a committee of one to
work for the end to be attained by the
co-operation of the natioual with atatf
governments in the road improvement
Don't le afraid to write to your mem
ber of congress, individually and col
lectively, and urge his support of the
proiosed measure for governmental ap
propriation for the needed Improve
ment Talk good roads to your neigh
bor, Join the people of your town in
booming local improvement and urge
vour representative in the state legis
lature to give support to any legisla
tion that has for its aim better roads
for the farming districts.
Expert Snperrlalon Kee-ded.
In many communities there exist an
earnest desire for rbad' improvement
nnd a willingness to have the work gc
forward, but unfortunately there Is nc
one available having sufficient knowl
edge of materials and how best to usf
them In building a modern road. Th
necessity for the employment of men
having the necessary expert knowledge
of how to properly construct a road ol
pavement is becoming daily more ap
parent, says the Good Koads Magazine,
The enormous waste in road construc
tion and maintenance since the nation
was established will be checked and
universal good roads will result
through proper study and the conse
quent working out of ellicient system,
of Improvement la the different states.
Drink aa an AM to Good Itoada.
The saloon Is responsible for thf
good roads of Jasper county. Mo,
which Is the location of the Joplln min
ing district, says the New YorU Amer
ican. When the boom started there an
Immense number of saloons '"followed
the flag," and the money received Id
payment for licenses was speut In
road Improvement. As a result the
roads compare favorably with any In
Europe, and mine owners are using au
tomobiles In getting about their prop
erties. I Good Roeol Notes
State Engineer A. N. Johnson of Il
linois Is an advocate of the use of con
vict labor in highway Improvement
Cuvaho-ra county. O.. claims the dis
tinction of having more impioved
roads than any other county of the
same area In the United States.
It s proposed at Quiucy. 111., to work
the prisoners in the county Jail on the
highways Instead of supporting them
in Idleness at public expense.
Washington State Good Koads asso
ciation will urge the enforcement of
tho law for utlllzlug convict labor on
tho highways during the ensuing sea
Eon. Tho Oregon road commission Is au
thorized to build a macadam road from
rortland south to the California Una
Tho uso of convict labor Is proposed
for the work and will probably be
A proposition for building a boule
vard from Baltimore to Washington I
being agitated. The Idea is for proper
ty owners nud autouioi-nists to con
tribute and for the state nnd national
governments to supply the deficiency
ond do the work of construction.
The Manhattan Commercial club ol
Manhattan, Kan., In order to encour
age Improvement of roads leading Into
the city is offering prl.'-s ranging from
$3 to ?50 for the best piece of road
made with a drag. Tho Judging i
toads is to be made soma time In Apr
or Max. - ,