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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
T. V.. Tavlor. Prop.
Office at B.'UeynnluV 5tore
Stage leaves I.akevie Mmntays, ei
nefdays and rtuiaj i . in.. sir
V Flush at 9 f n l,.t..i'M In.
days, Thursdavf ami Saturdays, at
a.'rn., arrive ai Lakeview i tf p. m
Passenger fare $3 mie a or ." (
round trip. KreiKln rait irom
lat to Nov. lt I.Tft im iHimirtil ;
Nov. 1st to Ma ft fi
I tti,' t
I t 9
ID M IT MAY COMT.UN.
imt k-e I i. iy nlvctt tlwit all Irrlgn
titni. ii no li ncc ditches on nil trout
stream- I niight l.nke ("utility, Ore
ctii. in i-ii be screened with n small
mesh v Irv writ nlng; lit their hend or
IwiH'tlon with tlif urn in chnnncl of;
trvniii. Also nil tbiins or obstruct
ion mi mi lil Mrcmns must le pro
vided with n lldi-bidder, or nl lit rcii.v
moiiim if piisHitge, nt or in n r thciniil-
I If lf t 111- lli.-llll cl'lltlllt'l. Ml MS t- III-
ow i In ptit-Migc of ti nt i nil times
tf .veil r, fix provided by biw. Snld
work tn W done nt low wnlcr I'mif.
ir to be cotunU-tcd by Feb. T. l!H'7.
!ty order of & . A. Iturlmin.
SiMt-iiil IVputv IIhIi YA'nriliii for
Luke Comity, Oregon.
Hous . Paper
Painter tyft.frrj llanjrer
New Pine Creek, - . Oregon
l kt-pl on "V at f. r. iik
Alvirtl,ltl Alli't.i-t- I 'A Mai.
rontrai-u (or alvtrtMn i nn In-initd. tor
Snlorllf r to I ht Kiamlnrr w ho nr
(rum tnt l 1 1 1 v aiiotlirr, or elm
thilr Hinioinr a.l.lri'nA about. t rvnn'mt..-i
'trop IliU efllrr it onr.l mt I lirlr pniM-r I'n'i '
Irosm'il to tin rmlii iHiMolticiv
n. n. church directory.
The 11 rat Sunday (In each inonlli,
preaching; at I'nlon school house nt
11 A. M. Aside from thin preaching
every Sunday at 11 A. M. ami 7::t0
T. M. at Ijikevlt-w.
Sunday School nt 10 A. M.
league at ::.
f Frayfrmeeting; Tlmrwin.v T::K P. Nt.
iiiiit'x .m tt itiiiiwia.v
Cliolr prnotkv Trlila v 7::ht.
1 A. WITH IW, M. I)
lll Hit I A fnit Hi lt..4
v. Paisley, Oregon.
.ltrnry al L
Binder For Silao Corn Tha
Sliocker on Small Farms.
By C. J 7.INTIIKO. orri.o of Kxitrrlmant
Tim com Miitlci- la llhcil to KivHtost
ailviiutiiKo In lli'liU w lioio the corn Im
check rouctl, us It la posMllilc to cut
aromiit u Mm k. kiM'pliiK the iimcliliif
constantly In opera l Ion. Avcrattv re
anils tiiken from acvernl huiulrcil re
plica recelveil to n letter of limulrr
atMit to fiirmeiM In illniriit
tin country Indicate thut for nil con
ditions of corn the total coat jht acre
of hurvcptltiit corn Willi n curn liln, lor
la Z Th lulvanttik'o of tho corn
Tb trouble with moat adver-
tiaera la that ttiey expect lmma
dlato returns of lam proDor-
Uona. One prominent advertiser
CluBtrates the principle of sdver-
. cslnc in this way:
mmT eaaae4 tn
av4TrtlalBar la tk mmm mm
at Uu4 mt laterMt. Tk
trmMtm fraa tk ,aertlalatar
' mf 1rtally tk latrat
i ' The sums apent for adverdalns:
i iara properlj chargeable to cap
ital account because the result-
lajr good will Is aomethlnx that
'has ralue, which. If the adver-
ttstsf has been properly done.
can usually be sold for the facs
tsjus of the lnveatmeot
"Tbs rats of Interest Is deter-
mlasd by tbs skill with which
th tnTestmeat Is mad.
"Just ss th quickest way to
' tacress Invested wealth Is br
cempoundlnr th Interest; just so
th quickest way to reallu r
suits from adrcrtlslnc Is to com
pound the returns.' 14vertislnc
A cordial invitation in extended to
; A. J. Arniatroiitf 1'aator.
! I. II VKVTr
I Alttmf j-al-lJtw
I Ijiita MalK-ra Mprrlall)
i OKFH K-Ial: Buildln.
ale of Timber Ictd.
Partlea who have timlier land for
aale w 111 tlo well tt Invent I;ate onr
tertimand nicthodaof handliiur landa.
NVehave an office In Iakevlew. wherv
contraef enn lx-made ami options
taken ,.n l;iml. We guarantee the
highest market price, and are In a
position ' tienihi d and obtain It.
having Uf n In thfbutdnetyi for manv
years and In clone touch with all the
land dealer of the country. Satis
factory reHulta guaranteed by the La
Grande Inveatment Co. VrlteC. O
Metzker, Lake view, Oregon.
tkiAnnarM ar Tnr wnnm lkpvlt1
nuuuits ur inc nuniut-an.Pxo.&a
) Mcauon the ti and 4th W.oilneiutaj o(
eacn oi'tnin id nminir nttii, bi it p. m.
) E. N. IAMVIKH, . lrrk.
L.AKKVIBW JlSl AHI'Jll.1 I, SO. IS,
I. O. O. F. mrels tbe Urand 3d Tbnri- ?
i1w itnlnan( urh month In ldit Fl. 0
lows' Hall, Ukevlew. J. 1. Venslor,
H. E. Bitiu, Prop'r.
Office in Bieber' 5tore
A4vrtlars vt fo4 rtarns
m tb laml tarvsMa Is
our colanoa. We rsoch tb
Suge leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sunday at 6 a. m. Arrive
at Altnraa at 6 p. m,
Leaves Alturaa for Lakeview at
0 o'clock a. m. or on tbe arrival
of tbe stare from Madeline. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12. hours af
ter leaving Alturaa.
Freight - Matters - Given
Strict - Attention
first - Class - Acomodatlons
hmsp Dirru Brnds wlii awailow For la
wQIUCO UQIIJ rlf hi ear for awrs; rrvar
lorvether. Boms ewes Hqaars Crop and Hll
in rlfhl ear. Tar Braad til. Range. Cram
Lake. Postotke address, Laksvlew.Oregoa
7ai Whitiarnrtk BraadswlthCropofi.il
tau IllllinUllll ear, Half Cndsrcrop or
right for awes; reverse for wethers Tar Sranc
W. Range, Fish Creek. toauiOr adtiraar
I V 1 i.n M x
We have a full aet of Mysell-Rolllns
&. Co's., samples of Stock Certificated
and bonds, with price list. If you
are organizing a stock com pan v sift
our prices on stock certificates, tf
Family liquors at Pout & Kings
ure Mora A well-
lion, of which I an
leading to the con
viction of partlm
iraiing stork oe
loneinv to u mem.
Ibert. In addition I
lotrer IWO reward
Horaa brand hnn
shoo bar on either
m r hAth laws 11
ogv, oirncT, Miie too ;rooK countlea
Bones vented when anlit. HonweeolJ u pans
through this section will be reported In this
paper. If not so reported, plea write or tele
pbont The Times H. rll, Main Hurim, Ore
ton. vv. n .brown, Burns. Ore-
Reward for Horses
T will rrva C i an Ktvarvl frtv Intnpin.
at ion that will lead to tbe discovery
of any borne branded with an old
hrtraMiriiU) rirn nrl nn tint h lava nluiw.1
as In the cut in this advertisement.
wita iresh triangle brand underneath
voe norsesnoe. ine iriangie placed
In such a manner as would cover up
a bar on both Jaws. Animals must
be found In tbe possession of some
person or persons.
INCLUfftD COHX IIIMPKB.
binder over cuttlnjr by hand or alixl
harvester la the amount of work which
can e accomplished tier day and th
gauerai ease witn which the work can
be tioue. One dlaadvantiiite which may
be credited to the corn binder la that
It knocks on" more or lesa ears of corn.
Binders conahrt essentia!!- of dlvl.lor
potialng one on each aide of a row of
corn and of cutting and binding de
vices. A bundle carrier Is usually also
The present form of shocker ronalata
essentially of dividers, a revolving ta
me for asaembllna- the shock and a
crane for removing It. The knives and
flywheel attachment for cuttinir th
atalka are similar to thou Uiml tin th
Corn ahoclers coat about miwh
binders and weigh approximately the
ame. id wear and tear on iw
shocker Is probably not so great aa on
me uinaers. me shocker requires tb.
work of but one man. whnaa th.
binder requires besides tbe driver two
or uree men to follow and not nn t k
shocks. The corn shocker aeema to be
the machine that meets th rmitM.
ments of owners of small fa mm h.
do their own work. It requires a man
of more ability to run a corn ihm-v.r
than to operate a corn limir on
count of the nunie-ous movements th
l' nit-ir. si lametlrnaM.
The i i , ... .. iiroM Imt t ,.
Ilevt'n ci cut i'CiiIh on the WcmJ
cm rm. ih. , i, ii .. H ,,i t ln-tt
linpn M i i iiln II: i ciiiiien the lnld
iliK i f i omlnitiil-li lu uea fur the inn
gers, i'i.o I .i, UmimikIi (he lorentH
nud tclcpl.oiie li ea. The ImIchI bilk
ed ol iiiipruvemctit will be nn iillempt
ttteXpfll CHI ' tl ll t'tlHO HIII-M'M mi
t he It m. . Imiii ine i. loan.
i ii " ill .' lit in Wnll
l.v, in .ii iii'ii-li'i n t ,n i,i,
i iinhit Niiiinuiil l'niil, Here,
'l i t nli il o.lr.., niih.l i r of
"ml mli iM m I live l i'i'li
' t I i.iwe linv ng the grenleiit
toe 0,11 ti 'cet or mole iihovr
if in i ly .Inly the mow
'I- ine kiounil., mt liiiiiuli
' citing uiiili r I ho Hiiniiner
I. went ineiulowa mo iilmut
el nl i ve feu level,
i i Pom tit tlii HO et tneitdow
i is Iniprovemeiit of the
i i -i.ike Stock do not w inter
"iintHiiiM, but are driven
griidiuiIU hit: her nud higher nn the
iuIvmii. i.ik ceiiHou cnlU forth the vegi
tat inn i ii uhich they fet-tl. The meiul
own ni l. i ted for Houinu 111 Mint be
gmzc l um hh rt iim Hhecp ciiii clop the
lintlve kin Ma Since the Kltnuid Ih
wet, it Mill lie much cut up by the
sheep Clover, timothy, red top, or
t'lucgriiHS aeed will then Ik. howii
bn-adcas', anil the aheep lll be driv
en to mid fro ncroNH it until the need
I llllV ..k
tWll il' I . II
I he i mint y
w, ( l ' .
our i n 1 1 1
I In the
lug your u ii .iliou to
your Mi' tee b i M h nn.
"I'hvoih A.tiuil Hell I. I
"it Im (' I rod (hut I t
In tin- I.
ii t. .in.
l I i n ml
. . rent ly
i ' cln In
i tie led,
i u Miy
i Imiii in
i 'i t II,
i it or If
l .- They
i.i Iii 1 1) i-hI
I he Inn 'hi i lull h i
Now, I i ' it i I l'i-y nil n i '
guild In il Ii . In.) her I t
tltnl.i l ehiln it or Inn
one mini iim nil I hret i
hi o nil I In e. i. t hem .i i
luethoitM. nn-1 li'k'iill(''l t' "i i gnvt'lll
inoiil, mid ii ii nn cuinii.il- m eljury
w ho tl cm nn it piece of In. km ii home
nton I II tl I Inter on, In mio lity, oil
week, one month or one (enr, reliu
tpiihlioH it to the govel'lin rut or to no
individual ami (Him on it iim ii 1 1 in Let
cliiiui, or I ho mini alio he ii'liiniilhhe
to IIIkh on it na ii timber claim, or a
liotiieNtead, either, or a u nn may Ills
on a piece of html hm a tluil.i r claim,
mid iifterwHrda change Ii Im ii iml Mild
rl i ii 1 1 1 ImIi It itml liln attain on the
Htuiie liiiicl hm n hiimeKleml ; ami in my
opinion commitM no perjury.
rlciiHti favor me with hm ttiiHwer, ns
I would be very much I'leiiHed to
know whether 1 am light in mv opln
Ioiih, or whether your atHleini-uts in
your article are right.
Olio more thing in your article I
wlali you would explain, that la, you
is liealen well into the ami. This any "numerous con teats are likely to
.. Ill I a
win ne none lute lu the Honmui. Ho
that the seed will lie dormant until
next an miner's suu melts the snow
and war;ca tbe ground. Whether it
will grow, ami mature a corp In three
months, remains to be aeeu.
follow." Now why are they? I'leiiae
statu the reason why.
Now your whole article la framed up
In a way to scare or Intimidate people
who have good Intentions In regard
to that laud, and if you are mintnken.
besides answering this letter to me. I
ho you will print another article tr
Winter I. almoat sure to catch those correct the one I refer to, as the art!
ide 1 refer to la very misleading and
The article referred to appears tie
low. The same wan published Kept
who sutTe'ed lust year for want of
coal iu a still worse condition. The
trouble is said to lie not altogether
due to the railroads and in I ilea, but
consumers themselves will be aom-
wbat responsible for Iho bad condi
tions tbat seem loevitable. No effort
waa made to secure the winter's ccal
during tbe summer months, and now
winter is umr at baud ami tie supply
aborter than ever and transportation
facilities eveu more Inadequate than
tbey were at tbts time la.t ver.
Great suffering is expected ami the
Opening of th Reserve.
Hundreds of people are expected
bore at the opening of the ruMtnve on
October '2H, when the lauds will be
open for tiling or selection. Ou Ken-
tern be r
'2H, settlement may Im com
menced, but no fllliiL'A u. lit l.u 111.1..1.M
- - w " .wi am, i " . v-.v.,
Interior detiartment and the luteratata for 10 dnya. This ruling la in non-
Commerce Commission are taxed to fornlfJ with the dophrtmeiit's policy
tbe utmost to devise means of relief.
The Kxaminer disclaims tbe c Larue
of endeavoring to intimidate bouest
homesteaders. Honest bomeateaders
are bomebullders, ami bomebuildera
uueraior nas to go through all at the . '
proper time In mmmi ti.- i the people wbo build una countrv.
- - - " imc nuvsa. a l , -
ftvkm Kaw NaAklM.. I unit nraa f ha ra..U u.ah.J ... .
From replla. to questions w have s community tbat bus public lands. No 1
itSl rOUt nt h.rMMx l.l. . .man .Itk. ...I 1 . I CSOt tO
A m - . -
iwvbi coei or narvestlna- torn with a
shocker of i.oo per acre compared
with tbe coat of $1.18 per acre for har
vesting with a sled ha
per acre lor corn binders or by bund.
iue manual labor In ham-ding enj
Is the least when usinr the ah.vnWor
The shock made by the corn ah-cker Is
not so easily loaded on a wagon aa Is
mat a ate tiy a corn Under, as tlio in.
dividual bundleti mnv be loulel trh a
pitchfork, whereas the whole ahock
made with a shot-ker can beat la load
ed at onc with some form of loading
aevice or horsepower derrick.
The corn binder is well udanted for
cutting corn for the silo, as the bun
In giving settlers an opportunity to
settle upon lauds released from with
drawals over scrippers and timber
land seekers. There is a possibility,
however, that in favoring the home
aeeker tbe department bus still left a
loophole through which tbe timber
lands may be secured by speculators,
in not restricting the homestead appli-
s homestead filing alone, on
To All Our
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Edited by an Able Corps of j Writers.
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hshed. It fills a position of its own and has taken the lead
wg place in the homes of rural people inrevery 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.
Within the Next Ninety Days We Offer
Two For the Paice of One: The
Lake County Examiner
The Leading County Taper 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.
COM HAJIVESTEII AND SUOTKEH.
dies are lxnind Into convenient size to
bo louded on a wagon. However, this
saving of lubnr is accomDllsbed at tbe
cost of twine, which remains around
the bundles for less than an hour and
la a total waste when cut.
man with nood intentiona ued tut at
all afraid. We will agree that every
land law is honest in its Intentions,
and w hen invoked uncord intr tn I ha
spirit of the act establishing it no per
jury has been committed. Unt whv
haVM but nna lua t. klnk ....I II.. I rQ"n"
lands may be entered, if there can ha of ,'n1 on September '28th and
The Examiner is not mistaken in its
views aa to tbe probability that some
will seek to gt this land in violation
the same tract of land. In ordor to
proOt by tbe leniency of the ruling, it
la true, perjury must be committed,
and bs who is caught at it must look
for punishment Under the present
ruling s person may go upon a tract
settlement On Oct. 28, be can tils m
homestead on Ui grooaxi of prior, oc
cupation. After tb smoke baa settled
be may then relinquish bis homestead
filings sud file a timber and atona
of the spirit of the law and purposes ..K" Dle. a tUDb4,r n'1 ton
of tbe government in providing tbat , ' blCt do" not retjuire real
homesteaders may go upon the land dDCePn d for five yeara to
and establish residence ao days prior fi, . mefoU CODlMU
to the time it mav be entered. w l0,,ow. "a o bPed
" "uu soeas me isua in good
Want. rt-.i i " win out.
" ' vw SBBSS'aw BVS SS I IIW ,
Senator Ilanshrough of North Dak
ota, who tried to get a measure
through congress at the lust session.
Dry Land For SKaeo.
It i.i generally well known that
sheep require a reasonably dry ell
mate and land that is well dnilnpd. but
It often hfifiM'iis that fanners under
take to raise sheen on bottom hind
and on land that Is too wet to plow
for crop. If sheep are keiit on such
lund for any lenirth of time, trouble
Is sure to follow, remarks l urm I'ress
Bhecp cannot stand wet feet, mid they
must liave dry ground to h ecu on at
night. Sheep lie down u greut deal
when rumliiulliig. L'nlcus (In. ifiound
Is dry and warm they are mire to
suffer. ItesidcM foot rot. interual mini
sites unit a tree t sheep ale worse on
wet lund. The hoof of the Hlieep is
golden only when the hoof is dry.
are fee- it
Milk For Pigs.
' ! ii men here and
a K -,i m biincli of pigs
' .im well ns with, but they
' 'icrl. Sweet ,.:m ,im
bus iim 'ft i . e.iuai n h a bone building,
Dexh iirtl !' food, lu my opinion. r
mar!;! wn'cr In Iovn JlomoHteitd.
A Damaging Frost.
Tba Klamath t.Vllu II...IJ i..
r. r- - - w'.w .uaw pvnoiuu, . hji. llPiam vretjll
to drain tbe swump lands or his state Lake County with a damaging frost
with money from tho Reclamation A'MO state tbat it frosted over in
Fund.will endeavor to get a similar Rogue Klver valley, just on the. oth.r
measure through tho next session, on- ldo. We have not heard of anv dam-
Iv on a lurcer acnln. An n(Tnrt mill latto from frowt nani in .....
- " ... -'-j i - . ...... . w wuo ui inn
made to drain the swamp lauds of tbe Places where tbe tender garden stuff
united Mates at public expense. was nipped In Lake county. We pre-
The fact that the Hwnmn lon,!u f Ih. I SUme If tha truth nn. .1.1 1- I
M' - - HIU I -. ...... . . u , 1 1 , IO I1IUWO,
United Htates nrn ithr In nrUi I that little
w.vuv. . m I'niabu r" - w - tn isiiiiiiniiU UOUQIJ
ownership or belong to the different that gets chilled at the
states will likely defeat such a bllL f the two valleys on either side of it
And Mr. Roosevelt would undoubtedly Ooose Lake valloy and Romm l;ir
veto tbe measure, should it get so far. Hyi had a touch of frost itself.
Hituated aa Klamath claims to l
The Warm Spot. tween two "undesirable" valleys, It is
ri rri fsnir v.a a a &.
Chas. J. Turner, n former Lake . T uuuorBln "o" at spot
county young man. writes The Ex- CUl' .BV0 P'"1. provided, bow-
uminer from Oakland, reuevlm hU f . l"ere 'on anything there
dtlli(urlr.tiii. t Tk. L- I JWinieZ.
. , . . j. w u., VVy A J.IO LU 1 1J tJ J . il
soya: "1 am living at home here
with my mother and Grandfather, and Ashland Business College.
working for tbe Southern I'aciinio Co., The enrollment is more than doublle
iu one of their material stores in West that nr lut a..., 7
Oakland yards and have a very good week. Ten students in attendance
place. I ve still got a warm place tin- are from California, twelve from Ore
der my shirt for Lakeview and her iron, and f,...r ...t.. .. .
..j ii ,. ..... . . r ' ' . "r siaies
I'ouic, nuu nuuiu ou glttU lO IIHVtt
any of them cull on me at 1017, 12th
Ave., if they should happen to bo in
Short Order Mouse.
Lhurley Fung's uew short order
restaurant is becoming more populur
every day. A short Order house iu
just the pluce to got whut you wuut to
eut ami only pay for what you get. I
will shortly publish my bill of turn ho
thut customers may know whut to
expect. I keep the best ou the umr-
ci, nun serve ic in all the latest
Wedding dinners and tanaimfH .
speciulty. First class bakery in con
nection. Give me u triul. In th .J
W. Ho ward building.
Charley Foug. 37 tf.
JV early all have taken ad VUlitain of tha
special offer, uud sH:ured Hcliolurshins
for the full year to July l, i(K)8 ami
are taking the combined course.
1-hilo Sturges of Grunts Puss, Mark
Hundy of Merlin, uud M m ...
Lakeview, are new htudeuts this week.
bigrer number of young men are
in attomlonce than iihuu! at th
ing ami more ure expected.
Iho address by Mr. W. I' If, .......
well lust Friday on the ".'t...... ...
a Successful Career," was un Hydra
tion to all; and everyone wh i.,ur..,.i
ami delighted with tho HflllirU nf M aa
ami Mrs. Rockwell.
A consignment nf n..u ,i..i,
cha rs are ordered, as he preaont
Indications, show that they will bo in
demand by October 1.