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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1907)
l. K. Taylor. l'ro
Office at H. Reynolds' 5tore.
Ftage leave l-skeview Mondays, Wed
nepday ami rriil s' n. !.. strive
t l'liifli Hi !' p ii. . 1 i i - 1 vt 1 tie
day. Thursdays ami Saturdays, at f
a. m., arrive at l.skevicv at i p. m.
raeiier tare t;i otll
round trip. 1 'KuMk'tit rate?
lilt to Nov. 1ft I.T'i per hundred; frorr
Nov. lot to Mai let 11. CC i er btiiidre
I 'It i1 II .
no' . r.ly mi
I t i iiolrncc in.. 1. 1
I str nought I i--
got I sclvi
; ini m u Hi' m rii nr..
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st fi .i 'i 'mi it ll i '. n' '
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I mi'.. . -mii;i'. .. ; i
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of it .'it. i- pi o ii i I .
Work i ' 1 .1' ill Mil' II ; 'i
or $5 foi j or "' 'iiipi.-i..i i.x i
from Mav ".v ""' "'
M'ti'i.'il I 1 1 x tili
I ,;i kr (.i.iinti, ii ram.
.i' j t'iip-i
'me i reck, - .
WHAT IS WORN.
i I ..ll fill nth. ..11
!.i riiviim Am-in'i l.'i
rumi.... t'sl w hi'
. -. ii i'kii 1... mutt. I.. i
r iKnillli-t rt ho r.- .
I- Mliollnr. .r rim
- h.nil.i r..mi'i'l.-.i
h.-lr fnl'iT not '
Tan RtM.n Tor tha Faatidioua Qlrt. i
VVI'itn Par.iaola Trying on Eyes.
. i.iclndc tln loin: pun j
U'V silk '. it ir.'inr:ill.v made of pun-1
gee In tin i ' i: 1 1 : I'm I or tun oolor. An ft '
I. null to in. 1. 1 I' tills tin. n. 'lone. hoods, 1
collars mill i inv.i of tart. in phtliN are.
being ue.l ot similar materials, rrsit It
America the Land
Of Hope For
nv JAcnn ii. a ini r.
I .ratlin Jrwl.h liaiikrr
of Nrw Yelk
H. 11. CML kCM IMRlx iuk'.
The first Sunday in I month
piviuhniir nt I'nion M'ltoo m
11 A. M. Aside front this pn .... u
every SiiikIjiv nt 11 A. M .not 7::io
P. M nt l.ak' Viow.
Suiti1.iv Scliool at lit A. i
I ..! nt- ,'tt ti::M.J
l'rnj ! mi't't Inn Tlini siltt.i 7:..o 1'. M.
l.mlios Aitl Wi'iIiiomI.'I v l::;n.
t'hoir pr.-ii liiv 1 riil.ty T:.'!"'
A I'onlial invitation is i '. n.loil to
A. .1. Armstrong I r.
,'iiiM M, to. I),
ltornr) mi I. km
I nk. 1 ie . r f
'KKIi K - l' li iii.liin;.
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IjihiI Mlt-r ''lui
OKI I ..il.UllK.
Tb trouble with moat adrer
tlaera la that thej expect Imme
diate returna of larye propor
Uona. One prominent adrerUaer
Illustrates the principle of adrer
Ualng In this way:
Tk Boaer cxpeadea. !
aTcrtlslaar ta tk aa.aa urn
If pUt at Utrmt Tha
raa traa tha adTerttataar
are Tlrtaallr ta laterat aa
'The iun.a spent for adrertialiif
are properly chargeable to cap
ital account because the reaolt
l&f rood will la eomethlDLf that
baa Talue, which. If the adTer
tiatnf has been properly dooe,
can usually be sold for the face
ralue of the lnreetment
"The rate of Interest la deter
mined by the aklTl with which
the tnTestmeot la made.
"Just aa the quickest way to
Increase forested wealth Is by
cempooodlna; the latareat. Just so
the quickest way te realise re
cults from adrertia.ng- la to com
pound the'eturae." XdTertlalnjr
AiTrttsrs at good ratorna
an tha ajaouat Icravted la
aur celuaiaa, Wa raaeh tha
.-tie of T it It r Lett
l'nrtii's who hnvo limtn'i i.in
wilt w ill ilo well to invt'si lun !
terms Mini niethiutsof liamllii I.in.ls.
Weltnvf mi otliot'iu Lnkevlow. wlu-iv
contnti'ts can lie mailt' ami options
taken on land. We fcuatinif iho
hlpliost market price, ami niv in a
position to demand ami tilnaln it,
having lieeu iu the lU8iuess for tnany
yearu and Id close touch with all the
laud dealern of the country. Satin
factory results guaranteed by the I,a
! (.ramie In vestment Co. Write C .
Metrki-r, Lakevlew, Oregon.
.,-,..ni u nr Tiir mnni n luki-m w
n,wmi ur inc nuruu iip s..
M .-i on Ihf 4'l n.l ili Wi"1tit'siUjr of
M. h ii 'iuli in Mimo.111' IUII. ! l' in
I.. Htil.ftT, 'oiwitl I'lininiaiuli-r.
Uyvmii. I l rk.
lu'l'nrr in v rvt'H a i inn
B. E. Bum, Prop'r.
Office in Bicber'5 5tore
Stage leave Lake view daily, ex
cept Sunday at 6 a. m. Arrive,
at Alturas at 6 p. m.
Leaves Alturaa for Lukeview at
6 o'clock a. m.. or on tbe arriva
of the etage from Madeline. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 hours af
ter leaving Alturas.
Freight - Matters - Given
5trict - Attention
first Class - Acdncrjeticos.
X LtKKVIEW KN'I'AMl'MKST. No In.
V I. O. ll. F. mroti tlu- 1I ami 3.1 Thnri
day evninnof erh otnnth lu Oitd Ki'l-
low' Hall, lkeiew. J. I. Venator.
, r. P.. C. O. Mi'Ukor, Scribe.
lamOC RarrW 1rna with swallow Fori it
JdlTlcS Uflllj right ear (or wit; rerr
(or weiheri. some ewea Bqnara Crop ano -Id
right ear. Tat Brand 111. Rang.
Lakr PoatnlBce addreaa, Lakerlew. Ore.
2ac Whitworth !X lLcZ:' :
right lor ewea; raere lor wtbera Tar 8ri
W. Range. Tlih Crak. rotoBi alr
We have a full set of Mysell-Kolllns
Sc. Co'b., Bampleu of Stock Certificates
and bonds, with price list. If you
are organizing a stock company gt
our prices on stock certificates, tf
Family liquors at rost & Kings
The Harney count)
Live mock Awocta
lion, ol whirl! i
a member, py t
reward (or erldeii.
leading to the in
vtctlon of parti
teallng atock I
longing to in diim
bera. In addltlot
oBer t-W rewar
Horte brand hnr.
hoe bar on eithe
or both Jawa. Ke
ange. Uarner. Lake and t ruoi Co.
Borwa vented when kiM. llnrwatold to pajf
inrougn ima section win oe reporieu iu iu
paper. II not o reported, please wnie or
phone Tho Timet Herald, Mam 4. Barn, Ore
(on. " . w .Brown, burin, Ore.
1 will give $i.0Q reward for Inforn
atlon that will lead to tbe disc-oven
of any horse branded with an old
horseshoe brand on both Jaws, plao d
as in the cut in tnis advertisement
with fresh triangle brand undernea 1 1
tbe horseshoe. The triangle plat-oil
in such a manner as would cover m
a bar on both laws. Animals inusi
be found In the possession of sunn
person or persons.
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C O. fletzker, Lakevlew, Oregon.
A I'tlMY II.UVMKH) MT-'mJT. iT'XV
Ini: In it rlnmnliitfly liatnWoino giirinont
. for out of iloor use.
Tan ruliliers tire worn on it ruiny dity
: by women who keep up with all the
, fashion fml of the tnouii'iit.
I No pnrasol Is more trylnc lo the eyet
' thnn the white one. whlrh catcho the
sun's Klare. (Sreen parasols should be
I avoitltil by women whose lotnplexiotis
are not rosy. The white pitrnsol as a
mere ornament enn 1h oarrleil at an
an'le so as not to affivt the eyes. The
green sunshade can be lined with
Most attractive are the lielts of flow
ered ribbon with oblong gold buikles
across the bm-k and front. They are
very dainty on summer muslins that
match In color.
Many of the tiest evening dressea are
of extreme simplicity, the skirts de
pending almost entirely upon their cut
and long !eautiful lines for their effect,
and hang lu graceful folds without any
The flowered nets are very beauti
ful this summer and make fascinat
ing afternoon and Informal evening
gowns. The one In the cut Is charm
ing In color, a cream ground flowered
with pale yellow rosea and their foli
age. The silk band at tbe bottom of
the skirt is of yellow messallne, and
the waist Is trimmed with valencl- verv
ennea lace. JUDIC CHOLLKT.
Imiin of AN A M I'.KH A N ISUAU -
Till! I I' l I'li'l'. l a p-iH-rnti'di not V' I'"1'"' 1 "
cliil. Inn's rliiMivn of llio nun mul woim-n win. m
1 1 1 i i i',i iirrntioii liaxr -"tin' I'roin nil nii flu'
I,, llo'SO 111 l:SSl'M) sliol'CS of llll' tllnll .lllpl I m'i
iwiiiio t,. 'f ! i li.'insi rs frmn I'l fM'i'tiii.ins, oi'ii sioii, iil ii'l'O'l iil
rij'JiN mi.! liniilfil lilnTtv.
THE VISION WHICH PREStNTS ITSELF TO ME SHOWS ME K
TEOPLE OF OUR FAITH i A GREAT HOST, JEWS IN FAITH. OUT
ONE IN SENTIMENT WITH THEIR SURPOUNDINGS, WARMLY AT
TACHED TO THEIR COUNTRY, OF WHICH THEY HAVE BECOME
PART AND PARCEL: A PEOPLE AMONG THE BEST OF THE LAND.
PROUD OF THEIR AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP, THOROUGHLY IN..
DUED WITH ITS SPIRIT. WITH ITS ODLIGAT10NS. WITH ITS HIGH
PRIVILCCCS. BUT JUST AS PROUD OF THEIR RELIGION ALMOST
A NEW TYPE TH CSC DESCENDANTS OF JEWISH PILGRIM FA
THERS. TRUE AMERICANS OF THE JEWISH FAITH.
A vi-i.n it iikiv bo toilav ; a n iilit v it i-i l . 1 1 1 1 to lii-comc on the
morrow. 1" awaken .Irwi-li n .ii-i i"ii-to we ! . n f m-c i in iIicm
I'nili'i! Stall- tn liaif IhM out In ti-. a 1 1 m of (lie re I'stalilisiiliirtit
of a .Ii-wi-h tt.it i 1 1 in i iil--l i in-, in I In- : 1 1 1 , fnraway future. NOT
I . IMSI'ANT I . A I S. I'tit Inn' nt'ion; n, in-nl centers fnm
v!ii-'!i to ilraw ! ii' f. r ami attai luni iit to our religion, for the inspim
timi it t;in to make the .lew a 1m tb r mini, u lielti r citicn, wherever
his hi. no- tn -iv I.e.
Uapi llv the .li ui-h popiihitiiiti of (hi- country is incroasiiiR. To
lay tint ijiiite two milliotis, ut mt a ilistmit tiny iouhl that inirnlsT
are certain to cuiupri.io an American population of the Jewish faith;
toilay loi.knl upon as a foreign ilemctit, in times to rotnii an IN
TKOKAI. art of a race of American' yl in the nuking. TODAY,
K'lTlMWTS. TOMOKIJOW 1 1'.A( TI i.'US ; TODAY lTUiKIMs
TOMOIJKOW 1'ATIMOTS. This i-. the vision, fricn.ln, which
pusses Is fore my eves. My jiraver, my Iiojk- aye, my conviction Li
that in tlue time it ls'coine a realitv.
The Constitution Still 1
Our Greatest Safeguard.
Prad.ctad For Fall
From the opinions expressed by lend
ing designers In the clunk and suit
bouses novelties nre to play a promt
nent part this fall In the first offcrtug
to be made both in suits and cloaks.
On striped broadcloths, fancy voiles,
etnmliies and mohairs and on extreme
novelties In silks and velvets It Is seer
that the trade Is preparing for s chaugt
FOB atoilNISO WEAB-8728.
In styles from last year's staples. It
does not follow, howt-ver, that the
price of materials will be uny lower
indeed, there Is every reason to ls?HeTe
that they will be much lily her In price.
(Shantung silk In a heavy weave will
be extensively worn lu the fair for
tailored suits. It will be trimmed
with bruid either iu comparatively
plain, straight eflects or In rather elan
orate designs tliut almost fcimulute
A tun jumper suit made with a aur
pi Ice bodice, mandarin sleeves and kilt
ed skirt Is a clever Idea. The luce
garniture which crosses each Hlioulilet
extends to I lie bottom of the skirt, be
lng lu the form of a pyramid. The
deep V front Is filled In with all over
lace to mutch tho other lace decora
tions. Such ornaments can he. pur
chased ready for iiho.
SIiim'S with openwork Insteps areco'i
ami costly. Hut (hey are worth tho
price paid, as they make tho ankle look
TIij frock Illustrated Is a simple ruin
tasteful design for morning wear.
Waist and skirt are Joined by a nar
row belt, ami the garment Is open nil
the way down Hie front so that ll
can lie sHp;:cd ii wlih p.-rfeet cane.
By ALTON B. PARHIH. forrrwr Chlf Juc orih Nw York Court of Appaala.
HE REMARK WAS MADE TO ME THE OTHER DA V BY A
BUSINESS MAN OF MORE THAN AVERAGE INTELLI
GENCE, -THE CONSTITUTION DID VERY WELL WHEN
IT WAS MADE. BUT IT IS OUT OF DATE NOW AND
MUST BE IGNORED WHEN IT &TANDS IN THE WAY OF
THINGS WE WANT."
He neithi nkiiew mr cured that tho fathers had provided for iU
amendment to meet further t'ceesMties. Ho did not roalizn thut this
constitution is TIIK CHARTER OK THE PEOPLE'S
LIIiERTIES; that through it, and through it alone, havo tho people
tho power to check encroachment by the legislative, tho executive
i and the judicial departments of the government, cither upon each
other or upon tho reserved rights of the jieoplc, either as individual
or gathered into states; thut any unp-biikcd and unchecked attempt to
exercise powers not grunted to a department of tho federal govern
ment in A SERIOUS MENA( E t our scheme
of government in that it creates a precedent which
may lc taken advantage of later.
That my business friend's echo of the now timo
honored formula, "What is tin; constitution between
friend i" b MORE 0 EN ERA ELY SHARED
THAN THOUGHTFUL MEN CAN WISH is
evidenced by tho answer to or rather the failuro to
answer .-ingestions openly and boldly mado to practically destroy
local stat" government by extending through congressional enactment
and judi. ial construction tho commerce and poht roud provisions of the
60 TO EXTEND THE P0WER3 ACTUALLY GRANTED BY THE
CONSTITUTION A3 TO TAKE AWAY POWER EXPRESSLY RE.
8ERVED TO THE STATES OR THE PEOPLE SEEMS TO THE UN
THINKING NOT A DELIBERATE VIOLATION OF THE CONSTITU
TION. BUT THEY 'ARE MISTAKEN. THE PHRASE IS A FRAUDU
LENT ONE EMPLOYED TO DECEIVE THE PEOPLE.
Its purpose is to hido the real intent, which is to modify tho con
stitution by OTHER AND DIFFERENT METHODS than that
provided in tho constitution it.wlf namely, by the action of the
people of tho United States.
American Life Sounder
Than Ever Before.
By Governor CHARLES E. HUGHES of Nsw York. '
0 one cun take into account tho general condition of th
country today without being convinced that Americ-un lif
iain SOUNDER AND RE ITER SHAPE now than it hat
ever been before. The tieonle urn morn cenprmta uanA.
A - j- in. o wa av
ards higher, and tho young men have a ls tter perspective of life than
they have had for many a day.
EVERY PROBLEM WHICH IS BEING PRESENTED TO THE
AMERICAN PEOPLE IS BEING SUCCESSFULLY 80LVED BECAU8E
OF THEIR DEVOTION TO HIGH IDEAL8.
We auy that there has been u moral revival, and that is true. Thero
has been a' CLEARER VIEW OF MAN'S OR LIGATION TO
THOSE AIJOUT IIIM and a quirt dclermination on tho part of the
people nt largo that no man, no matter who ho may bo, shall bo faith
loss to the people as n whole and at the .-mi,,, time enjoy public resiicct.
Any ouo who gives thought to the Mil.jeet will eoino to tho conclu
sion that there is nothing in the world which is worth having which in'
not gained through tho respect of tho pooplo at large. YOU CAN
NOT ENJOY YOURSELF LONG IF YOU DO NOT ILAVF Ai
SENSE OF HONOR AND FIND DUTY AND SELF RESPECT I
PARAMOUNT. Thero is no u. to make men good by mero law.i
We want men in odico who will n fuse to do things that arc not up-1
praised us just and honorable.