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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1907)
P. K. Taylor, Crop.
Office at B. Reynold 5tore.
Stage leaves Lakeview Mondays, Wed
nesdays iind Fridays M 6 a. m., arrive
atriunh at 9 p. n. T.eavc Fnn-h Tu
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6
a. hi., arrives at Lakeview at 9 p. ni.
rsenger fare 3 one way or $3 foi
round trip. Freight rates from May
1st to Nov. 1st twft i'r liundre1; (row
Nov. 1st to Ma ii tl.HO i-ei hnndre
Tbe trouble with most adver
tisers la that they expect Imme
diate returna of large propor
tions. One prominent advertiser
Illustrates the principle of adver
tising in this way:
Tha aoitf expended far
drerllsiaa; la the ub ma
If place at Interest. Th
profit from the adrertlslaa"
aro Tlrtaallr tha latereat oa
"The sun8 spent for advertising.
are properly chargeable to cap
ital account because tbe result
Ins good will la something that
has value, which. If the adver
tising has been properly done,
can usually be sold for the face
value of the Investment
The rate of Interest is deter
mined by the skill with which
the Investment Is made.
"Just as the quickest way to
Increase Invested wealth la by
compounding the Interest, Just so
the quickest way to realize re
tail from advertising Is to com
pound the returns." Advertising
Advertisers get rood returna
on tha amount Invested In
our column Wi reach tha
The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation,
Edited by an Able Corps ofj Writers.
The American Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journal pub
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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. OOODE.
Within the Next Ninety Days We Offer
TWO For the PaiCe Of Onet TIlC L County Examiner
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. O. rietzker, Lakeview, Oregon.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCF.KN.
notki In hereby given thnt nil trrlgn- j
Hon, or tu iil nice dllchc on nil trout j
streams .brought l.nke County, Ore-
Ron, mnnt w Hciwtnii with n "i""'1
mesh wire screening nt their lieml or j
Junction with tin? main chimncl or
atrenm. Aleo nil dnm or obstruct-
lolia oil wild ntn'linirt must be pri- j
vldod with fllilddcr, or other ensy
mentis of piHsgv.nt orncnr theinhl--
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die of the main channel, so h t nl-
ow the piiM-nge of trout nt nil timet
of venr, mh provided by Inw. Snid
work to be done ut low water time
r ti tw comol.tod by Feb. 7, I!"
Uy order of J- A. Marlnim.
Special ivpnt.v tlch Wnnl.n for
Lake County. Oregon.
H. C. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
The first Sunday In each month.
preaching at I nlon school noii-e ai
11 A. M. Aside from thin irtnc tm g
everv Sun. lav at 11 A. M. ami
P. l. at lakeview.
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
licaue at fi:3il.
rrayenneetlns Thursday 7:.'M P
Indies Aid Wednesday l:.i.
Choir practice Friday T::M.
A cordial invitation it extended to
A. J. Armstrong fax tor.
Sale of Timber Lnd.
r.artiea who have ttmler land fir
mile will do well to Investigate ur
termnan.l luethodnof handlinn lamU.
We have an ollicein Lakeview, where
contracts can e made and options
taken on land. We guarantw the
highest market price, and are In a
position to demand and obtain It,
j having been in the business for many
years and in close touch w ith all the
laud dealers of the country. Satis
'factory results guaranteed by the I.a
! Grande Investment Co. Write C. O.
' Metzker, Lake view. Oregon.
H. E. Barker, I'rop'r.
Office in Bieber's Store
ttage leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sanday at 6 a. m. Arrive!
at AHuras at 6 p. m.
Leaves Altnras for lakeview at
6 o'clock a. m. or on the arriva'
oftte stage from Madeline. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 hours af
ter leaving Alturas.
Freight - Matter
Strict - Attention
first - fjtoss " Accomodations.
We have a full set of My sell-Rollins
& Co's., samples of Stock Certificates
tnd bonds, with price list. If you
are organizing a stock company get
our prices on stock certificates, tf
Family liquors at rost Sc Kings
To All Our
New Pine Creek,
In kept on flic at K.C
A.tvi-rtlalnc Aasnry VI Kan-
contract tor .lvirtlln ran be roarti for It
o nwrtbrra t thi
v from our localttt
Ksamlni-r who remove
lo another. ir i-liaugi
tMMtiimcv-Bililri'M unoiiiii romom'iiT '
Iron thin oflloe a eard o thoir r-aper ran i 'l
treaaed to Iho rlKht poalnlKre.
. WITH'M, M. D.
riiYNiriAW iat writui-'o
I Altorr al
J lAkeview. tFrea-o
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uiaaai - ir mi w.mm l.akoM.'W
BUUlHtB Uf U BUKLUc-.mp.so.
M.-.. ou Uie Si ul lh " oilm sanjr 01
each ui-uitti In mmoiiii' Kail, at ! ui.
L. Bailv. oiiuU'oiiiuiun r.
K. N. IaviI Iiui. . Icr.
LAKKV1EW KXI AMI'MENT. No It,
I. O. O. F. meet the 1st nl SJ Thnr
day evenings ol each month In OJ! Kcl
lows' Hall. 1-akn lew. K. O. AhUtroui,
C. P., C. O. Mvtikvr, Serlbo.
lamoc Rarrw oiiow rom n
JdlilCd OallJ right ear for ewei; rrtiTi.
for weihera. Somuewet Square Crop ano sn
In rlfhl ear. Tar Brand 111. Itauge. t'rau
Lake. Peatnfflce addreis, Lakeview. Oregot
Brandt with Crop off iel
ear. Halt L'ndercrop or
right for ewet ; rei crae for withers Tar Braoi
W. Kanre, Klh Crrak. toatrfBc a.l.'rtu
We print township plats.
Dutch lunch at the Iirewery
tf Let Down Easy.
Little Fred was looking at the stars,
which seemed to him a very long way
"Mfiiurun," he said, "is heaven up
"Yes, dear." hia mother replied.
"And did I come down from heaven?"
Freddy pondered a moment. "Did
God let me down easy, mamma?" be
said then, again looking up at the
stars. Llpplncotfs Miffcazlne.
A 8ura Proof.
"Do you believe In the survival of
"Not much. Look how often dress
makers and tallon are left on their
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Nuilcc Of Ap,".mimi ol I AJmlnlalralor
In .the County Cni.it nl the Stnte
of Orei.n, t'nr Lsk Ccuntj.
In thi miitti'i- f the ft at-" of)
t'li.ircs T. Thoiiipson, )
The itn.lersikfiied Imv i 11 k hi en up
pointed liy th- County Court of the
Stnte of Oregon, for Luke County,
Admin 1st rater of the es'nte of Charles
T. Thumi smi, deci'iised, notice in
hereby u'lvt-n to the creditors of, and
all persons huvitii; chiims ntftiiiirt said
deceaseil, in i resent them verilled us
reipiireil by Ih, within six months
after the llrst pul.liint imi of this
notice to said Ailtninitriitor nt the
store of Wallace mid Co., in t1 e Town
of Lakeview, Lake County, Oretmu.
Admin i-t rator of the estate of
Charh'S T. Thoinpsnn, decensed,
Date. I and tirt plibllhed, June,
Notice of nestorutiou of Public
Lauds to Settlement ami Kutry. De
partment of the I u teller, General
Luud Ofllce, Washington, 1). C,
May 11, 11M 7. Notice is hereby given
that the vacant public lauds in the
folio ' iug descrils.-d areas, temiiora-
r?'- withdrawn for proposed additions
to tbe Cascade National Forest, Ore
gon, on July 31, 'J0:t, and January 'JI,
1107, und not. otherwise withdrawn,
reserved or appropriated, will by au
thmity of the Secretary of the Interi
or be restored to the luiblic domain
ou July "7, 1007, and become subject
to settlement ou and after that date,
but not to entry, llliug or selection
until on and after August '2i, UM7,
under the usual restructions, at the
United States Land Ofllce at Lake
view, Oregon: 1 Township thirty
nine (3D), Range six (0) .Sections one
(1), two (2), tbree(:i), seven (7), o
thirty-six (30), both inclusive; in
Township thirty-two (.'U, Ilange
seven and one Lalf (7).j), Sections
sixteen (10), to twenty-one (21), both
inclusive, the south half of Section
twenty six (20), Sections twenty
seven (27), to thirty six (.TO, both
inclusive; all of Township thirty
three (33), Range seven and one half
(7,'.j), not in tbe Klamath Indian Res
ervation ; all of Township thirty-three
(33), Range seven (7), not in said re
servation; all South and Eust, Wil
lamette Meridian, Oregon. Warning
is hereby expressly given that no per
sou will bepermitted to gain or exer
cise any right whatever under any set
tlement or occupation begun prior to
July 27, 1!07, and all such settlement
or occupation is hereby forbidden.
R. A. Ralliuger, Commissioner,
approved : Tbos. Ryan
Acting Secretary of the Interior.
May 21 July 27.
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TIMItr.lt I. A Mli ItOTH't:.
Lakeview, Oregon March, 2, 1007.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with tbe provisions of the act.
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An uct for the sale of timber lauds in
the States of California, Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory", as
extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 1802, Charles K.
Iladley, of Klamath Falls, County of
Klamath State of Oregon, has this
day filed in this ofllce Lis sworn state
rnent N'. 3541, for the purchase of the
SK M SW i S y, SE M & UK V
of Section No, 20, in Township No. 3fj
S., Range No. 17, K.W.M., and will
oiler proof to show that the laud
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes,
ind to establish bis claim to said laud
before the Clerk of Klamath Co. Ore.,
at his office ut Klamath Falls, Ore. on
Tuesday, the 4th duy of June, 1007.
lie Dames as witnesses:
O. K. liraudenberg, of Klamath Falls
Ore. O. II, McOumber, of Dairy Ore.
O .11. Dusenbery and Frank II. Hall
of Klamath Falia Ore.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
ollice on or before said 4th day of
1310 J. N. Watson, Regiiter.
A SILLY MISTAKE.
i It Did Not Turn Out as tha Ci
Heef wns wvy acuree In I.ndyrtniltb
tint lot? the sIcki-, but tieurral Sir Inn
lltiiiilllou, then 11 colonel. Instated that
"lmre Is not half hud when properl.!
choUciI and when 0110 Is used to It. In
f;u t," he snld, ixiuchhllnK n dlscussloii,
' I have n Jolet cooked tmillit which
I hope you will all sample. Of course
th le'i beef, too tonight!" Fvery one
it tli tnhle preferred the beef, with
hi' exception of Colonels Wind mid
mi Ui.inlltoti, who osteulntljusly enrr
. d . onerous' slice from the "horse
1 Ik dinner whs uenrly over when
lie of the servants whispered a coin
inunirail 111 to Ward. Fp he sprnujt.
"I'm :;.stresed, iji'iitleuieii," he an
nounced t the startled cDmpniiy. "A
silly nilstiiUe has been made. Those
joints were n ixed up sniuelmw, mid
you have been eating the horse! I'm
renlly annoyed, but I hope you'll Im
convinced now that the meat Is splen
did entlugt I'm sure you nil sccmcil t
enjoy It!" Uhince were exelinimeil;
uitwtnclun were twirled. Nobody seem
eil ready with a response. Then it voice
from the bottom of the table piped tip;
"Oh, don't distress yourself, W..rd, I
thought some mistake had been iiiiele.
8j 1 Just chntiKcd those dishes as they
stiHsJ ou the sideboard. It was you
and llnmiltun had the h"rsellesli till
Marely a Fabla.
A frog and a cow stood together b)
the side of 11 mill sind.
you think." asked the frog, "that
by expanding the air In my system I
could attain your dimensions?"
'1 he cow chewed her cud reflectively.
"It's a hypothetical question," she re
plied. "Well, you'll admit that hot air e
pnnds Indefinitely. You also know thnt
the epidermis will stretch a mile 1st
fore It tears an Inch. Now, If 1 tnke a
lure uioiiihful of air ami hold my
breath won't the heat of my body e
pnnd the 11 Ir and stretch uiy cuttclo
until 1 hiii its large ns yon?"
"1 can't say." replied the cow, "Frame
TI10 frog drew In a long breath and
closed his mouth. Slowly his body
bulged out. A pnssln;r Ren buzzed an
objection. Willi a loud report the frog
Moral. Kven the smallest brain is
subject to stoftn. l'tiek.
"1 hear Mrs. Allalone Is to marry tho
doctor who attended her late husband."
"Su she'll get her husband's property
A Coveted Hat.
"I've gone every day this week,"
sighed little Mrs. Wallace, "to look at
a perfect love of a hat In Smith's win
dow. Such a darling white chliTon af
fair, Kdwnrd, with great big bunches
of perfectly exquisite whlto roses und
such heavenly lace! Hut the price
well, I wanted It tremendously, but 1
Just couldn't afford to buy It."
"You're a dear, but, alas! There Isn't
any perhaps. Kdward, I paid the cook
this noon, and what do you think? She
marched right down and bought her
self that very bat!" Youth's Compan
ion. Tha Latait.
Cook (entering tho drawing rooui)
Mistress, will you be so kind as to play
tho piano a little?
Mistress Play the piano? What for?
Cook Well, you see, ma'am, my
young man is In the kitchen, and he's
awfully fond of music with his supper.
"Ho Johnny is almost In high school?"
"Yes; he's bad splendid marks lu
whittling and beadwork und baking
powder biscuits. If ho were only a
little tnoro careful In sewing squares
I shouldn't be a bit afraid about bis
Now doth tha careful housewlfo
Lay In a stock of soap
And start In with tha lubor
Of housecloanlng to copo.
Shu yank up all the e inputs
And pulls the pictures down.
With Kiira determination
To do th thins up brown.
Sh take th bed to plere
And puts them out to ulr.
She polishes the tables
And duly wipes cuui hulr.
She washes all the windows
And scrub up all the floor
And clean off all the traces
Of finger on the doors.
She sturt In with the attln
And goe down lo the ground.
Bhe I'Tub and swoops und swashes
And order folk around.
Meanwhile her hapten husband
'Wear a dissentient frown
And say it's all blumod normeriae
Anil take his meals In town.
VALUE OF GOOD ROADS.
Improving Ceunty'a Highways
Prlos ef Land Up.
Itnutley county. Temi.. covering HSIV
sipinre miles of territory, hud an as
sessment valuation eipial to $0 per tteii
ml an average tax rale of $l.Ui p-r
$I(H when agitation in favor of g'"d
roads began there. After n long nud
nrncst struggle tho ndvneutes of Im
provement were able tu carry by a
mail tunjiirlly n measure which pro
vided for tho Issuing uf bonds for firl,.
Odd. l be used for Improving their pub
lic thoroughfare. Orvonetit of Fie
scheme fought It In tho courts and thus
held back the work of advancement,
but the court decided that these bonds
would be valid and ordered Hint they
should be Issued.
Warned by the hostility which had
so delayed their work, the advocate of
goisl road began cautiously to cany
out their undertaking In stnh n way 11
should make converts If not warm
friends of their opponents. Competent
enuliieers were engaged to plan and b
direct the work, and the most elJlcleut
mm hlnery wa bought, every part of
the work was done In the best way
priicdcahli and every care taken to get
the best result for the money.
Hefore half of this flHl.tHH) wa spent
all parts of the county clamored for ad
ditlonal money for road Improvement
of all their roads, and there was II 1 1 1
If any opposition to providing for an
Issue of Jlsn.tKX) worth of bond for
A result of this wit that lands which
could not find buyer at $H to $10 an
ere so long as the roads were vltlier
dry dusty and rouuli, steep and badly
aliened or wet, muddy and stony were
easily salable at $1.1 to $.'V per acre
even before the work of making the
roads gissl was completed. Another re
sult Is that the comity seat has gained
Impurtaiiee ns a inaiitifio luring town
unit Is conseipieutly growing lu popu
lation. In prosperity and lu ability to
pay a larger share each new year of
the cost of Improvement. W. Perry
lu OoihI Itoails Magazine.
Much Monay Sptnt by Travalara Whir
th Roads Ar Good.
Thousands of dollar, are spent by
American tourists abroad every year
that would remain In this country
were our highways lu belter l andltlou.
Few people probably realize the great
amount of money that travelers leave
annually In foreign countries, where
the beautiful scenery U made uccessl
ble by gxxl roads, thus making tourliig
a pleasure rather than a hardship.
Over 'J.tMMi.usi people ilslt Switzer
land iMiliually, who. It I estimated.
BAI IIOAO roll TOl IlLSTS.
spend a sum aggregating $25,otHi,00t
It Is said Spain, Ilavarla and Italy re
eelve over $.iO,onii.(MK) from their vis
Itors each year. ;mh1 roads are to be
found everywhere lu those countries
and are kept In the best of condition,
making touring delightful. Kvery point
is easily reai hed, and much money Is
spent by the tourist In towns and vil
Oisxl Roads Magazine says that
while some of the finest scenery In the
world Is to be found lu America, the
fact that we have not yet built roads to
muke It accessible to tourists results
In u great loss each year to this coun
try. So much value Is attached to se
eming the patronage of tourists that
foreign g iverumeuts spend vast sums
lu Improving their road a au at
traction. Road Maintenance.
Some have an Idea that the perma
nent roads, so called, will or ought to
last forever without any repairs be
cause they cost so much to build.
With that same klud of reasoning we
would have a right to expect that n
modern thrashing machine that costs
several thousand times as much as the
old fashioned flail ought tu lust forever
without 11 cent expended for repairs.
And that, while a violin that costs (3
lias to be tuned and have new strings,
one costing a thousand dollars should
never need new strings and shoiid I mi
way stay lu tune. A good road U
worth, for business or pleasure, sev
eral times as much as a bad road, and
some portion of this we can afTo-l to
expend hi keeping It In good con ation.
The permanency of the road rci ndn
upon lis being kept In perfect repair.
Keep Out of th Ruts.
Down lu the eastern states the farm
ers have learned thut It means money
In their pockets to drive lu different
places In the road, ami you will see
them, when they notice a road ImmcIi..
iilng to rut ever so little, turn out so
a not to drive In tho same old wheel
truck. Michigan farmers haven't learn
ed this yet. They like to get In a rut
and stay there, but they'll soon see tho
folly of It, and then a whole lot of tho
expense of maintenance will be d iue
away with. Another destroyer of
roads Is the narrow tired wngm A
law should be passed prohibiting the
sale or use of wagons with narrow
tires. Horatio S. Faiie, State Highway
Commissioner of Michigan.