Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1907)
MRMeM Tbolur Rtxm.rn
Tree-rrMldeal Cba. W. ralrbanki
DATOirr f Rut EllnaRoo
-4r6Urr of Treaiury La.Ha M. Sha
WTSUrr of War Wm. U. Tall
atforBer Oaneral W. it. Mood)
Ounxral Om. B. Cort.lTOB
Cbaa. J. Bonarrta
VrHUrylDlarlor X. A. Illtchcork
MtUry of Acrlealtare J Wllaoa
(Mn(trrl Commerce V.C.Metcall
Chief. Ja.tta. - . MeutUaW. Fuller
VmmUmi Warner. U.S. reaaionCommt.loBW
..0. 8. lnd C.amluloaer
O, S Chabrlal
P. A. Moor
F. I. DnnbM
.... C S. Moor
...J. R. Waltae
....J. W. Bail?
Jobs M. 0rU
v.. w. rnitoa
Si llWirr of Stale
Jaft. PaMlo InilraoclMi
fefrf Baa Paod Coat
mm jvata at otbict.
BqQ H. L. Bassos
MntBiaeUr Job a A. Lateaek
I H. r. BelaBav
j O. H. Mairaaa
C. ft. LAJfO OtTTCK.
.. B. Imu;
SrtlDKBaft J. Q. Willi i.
8rfwr C. X. Moon
Bfcfct Caap naff DmF.MbIIov
r TOWNOF LAfEVW.
T.U BartHng Mayoi
WTR, SW4ar Bcoordet
Northern : ye Hat.
A. W BRIAN Proprietor.
Leaves Lake view at 6 a. m
very da? lul Sundae
Returning, Imvw Paielej
at6:fl)a. m i very day bu
Peanaairi' aralj 'Ki-4 trie It
I bHII make Biih Prlnta if any
tractJrt land In the lakeview Land
District, m.d do abstract work.
r oo or write IV. R. SNIDER
likrvlew, Oregon. 4N tf
I TIN 14 Ym HinWwm Bwl
CCftra are thinking of organising a
utafr eompaoy ae our new samples
fTftmll Strwt entravM atock eertlfl
HubUr paper at Tba Examiner
fflV Tba Best made, at S2.75 for
XT "iad for 1000. tf
ltie Wall street line of engrared
cert4ftoatea of Stock and Bond blank
at tfio Gxamlner office. New sample
baiA recdred Monday eveuing. If
jroj) want stock certificates eee on
aampVa and get our prices. tf
lAutC lunchat the Brewery 8a-
OBI . tf
r - f r - i inn iin imm.w . , J
ationa) Scwinj Machine C'
' .N rRANCISCO. C :
ACTORV AT BeLYIDCBB. r.
prove their worth at harrest
uitoe. ""AUcr over fifty yearaor
access, they are pronounced
the best and surest by careful
planters everywhere. Your
dealer sella them. J 907 Seed
Aaanal free on request.
. M. FEKRV A CO, DmUmH, Kick.
Pinal Prof oNoUca.
'Pnip&rtaieot of the Interior, Land
0& atJLakeview Oregon. Novem
"ITatice la hereby given that James
V Stephenson of Lakeview, Oregon,
has tied notice of his intention to
make final Five year proof in support
oThis ofaiui, viz : Homestead Entry
Noj made Aug. 28, 1902 for the
Sec- 25. Tp. 38 8., R. 16,
Ekla 3 and 4 & NE1, SW, Section
30Tawnship 38 S., Range 17 ., W.
M-, and that said proof will be made
before Register and Receiver, at Lake
f tregon on 13 daJr ' Oeceber,
He names the following witnesses to
proaa hia continuous residence upon,
and'oojtiration of, the land, vis: F.
Or Bunting, G. II. Newell, Dan Chand
leyloren Bailey, all of Lakeview
Tv?s J. N. Watsoo, Register.
JUST PUBLISH ED
Tbe volumes were written by man who rank
among the foremost building experts of the day.
Mnv rvfunded if they do not meet your needs.
REINFORCED CONCRETE. I)y Webb and Gib
soi: ipPm UOill". A manual of practical
meth'Ki for Architects, Builders, contractors,.
Civil and 5anitary Engineers. Information for
the firm :iine made known to the world. Based
on recpn construction work, special tests, etc.
DUILOINO .SUPERINTENDENCE. By E. Nichols
200 pp., 250 ills. Costly mistakes occur through
lack of attention at proper time, hurtful to Own
er and dii-creditable to Architect and Builder
Oives thorough knowledge of methods and mater
ials. Price $1 so
ARCH iThCTURAL DRAWING AND LETTERING.
By Bourne, von Hoist Mid Brown. 185 pp, 55
drawings. Complete course in making working
drawings and artestic lettering for architectural
purposes. Price , $.50
9 0 mmr U4vnaV A ' V IIUlHOi Bf9
Yl 35 ills. For all workers in Building trades.
5 Tells how to estimate intelligently. Price. $1.00
2 CONTRACTS and SPECIFICATIONS. By James
C- Plant. 1 25pp., fully illustrated. Forms of pub
lic and private contracts, specifications, bonds,
etc.; duties and responsibilities of Architects,
contractors and Owners Price $1.00
5TAIR-BUILDING and 5TEEL SQUARE. By
Hodgson and Williams- 130 pp., 18O ills. Only
up-to-date work on these subjects. Price.... $1.00
CARPENTRY. By G. Towneend. i50 pp., 24
ills. A working manual for carpenters and
Wood workers in general. Not a theoretical
treatise, but a practical working guide- Price
STRENGTH of MATERIALS. By E- R. Maurer.
I4O pp., 58 ills. For Architects, Builders, Steel
and Concrete Workers. Enables one to avoid
mistakes. Price $1.00
flECHAMCAL DRAfVINQ. By E- Kenison- 10O
pp., 140 ills. Complete course in projections,
shade lines, intersections and developments, let
tering, with exercises and plates. Price.... $1-00
MASONRY CONSTRUCTION. By Phillips and
Bryne. i40 pp-44 ills. Latest and best Ameri
can methods- Price $1.00
These volumes are handsomely bound In red art
Vellum de Luxe, slse 6 z 9 Inches. Sent prepaid
to any part of the world on receipt of price. Remit
by Drafc Poital Order, Express Order, or Register
ed Letter, to the
Lake County Examiner.
iiat the jjrierican
People Want to
By IRMAN J. PXIDCWAY. Fubllthar of f.v-rrbaV Mtaaslna.
flE biography of unrest is the history of PKOORES3
yesterday an idea, today a custom, tomorrow mova
A hundred years ago the unrest was politic..
thi unrkbt or socirrv today it causid
V THI INKQUALITIKS AND IVILi THAT OROW
OUT OF THE CONCENTRATION Or WEALTH. THE HEETLEEE
MEMBERS or SOCIETY SAY, "WE WANT TO KNOW HOW A rEW
MEN MAKE SUCH HUGE FORTUNES WHILE THE VAST MAJORITY
Or Ut ARE STRUGGLING TO KEEP SOUL AND BODY TOGETHER."
We want to know why the Wall street game is not playod ON
THE LEVEI so that a man can invest his saving with somo assur
ance that ho wilt at !cat t hnck tho principal.
We want to know what right tho few have to borrow our saving
to birild railroads, take our grunt of public laud along tho tracks and
then, instead of letting us shsro in their prosperity by reducing pas
senger and fre-ight rates, pouit WATEH INTO THE CAPITAL
AND COMPEL US TO PAY INTEREST ON DOUBLE OR
QUADRUPLE THE OKU) IN A L CAPITALIZATION. Not
only that, but wo want to know why they make SPECIAL RATES
TO SIDE PARTNERS, cnabling them to kill off competitors, with
the result that many of tho actual necessities of life are put almost
lyond our ravh. Not only that, but why iu some instances whero
monopoly exists THE QUALITY OF FOOD AND SUPPLIES
IS INFERIOR TO WHAT IT WAS REFORE MONOPOLY,
leaving us the choice of taking tho inferior articlo or going without-
not only that, but why when wo pay so high a toll for travel we must
risk our lives in linT box coacht s running 011 imitation hUh-1 rails.
K K H
We want to know why our subways aud trolley and giu plants
should mako aoino men milliouuin-H and at the saiuo time give the
multitude such cxeerablo service.
We want to know why tho enonnou reserves in tho insurance)
companies should lie available to this group or that group of financiers
for gambling purposes.
WHY ARC LITTLE CHILDREN WORKING IN OUR MILLS WHEN
THEY OUGHT TO BE IN SCHOOL? WHY MUST WOMEN TOIL IN
OUR rACTORJES WHEN THEY OUGHT TO BE REARING A
Why are (hero sweutshopd and tlumst
What or who in rctponnible for so many strike and lookouts and
Why should on) hundred thouuiid families scrimp and alar in
order that ONE family may hove a paradise of purk and palacos,
more money than igood for it, more than it ran potthiMy Kprnd?
THESE ARE SOME OF THE QUESTIONS THE RESTLESS PART
OF SOCIETY IS ASKINO. THIS IS THE SOCIAL UNREST OF OUrt
"WONT YOU SIT DOWN?"
New York Tribune Farmer
Review of Reviews
Lake County Examiner
THE GREATEST SUBSCRIPTION BARGAIN OF THE YEAR
y?K Tribune Farmer
Review of Reviews
Lake Co. Examinei
WEEKLY. 20 pages, 121 by 13 inchot. The most
thoroughly practical, helpful, up-to-date illustrated
tveekly (or every member of the farmer's family.
Regular Price per Year $1.00
'MONTHLY. 125 pages, 7 by 10 Inchec. Edited by
Dr. Allert .Shaw, whoHe monthly comments on cur
rent history, at home and abroad, are recognized as
the most intelligentaod valuable found in any peri
odical. Contains hundreds of portraits of ''people
In the public eye," of cartoons, Illustrations and
valuable.orlginal articles. ,
Regular Price per Year 00.
MONTHLY. 5 to 100 pages, 10 by 14 luche.
Every issue Is full of brilliant aud fascinating Serial
aud Short Storle. original articles on "The Work
of the World," with departmeutseoverlngall phases
vt "The Home Life and the Person," and Jwitb
many inspirational feanures.
Regular Price per Year 1.01
WEEKLY: The Leading Taper of Southeastern
Oregon; publishes all the latest land and Stock news
r.t u t.rr!tnrv embracing 200 miles Buuare. Lake
County.s Official paper. The Oldest Newspaper In i
Southeastern Oregon, established in 1VO,
Rt? lar Price per Year .uu
The Oregon, Callforuia & Nevad
Livestock Protective Assoelatloi
will give $1000 Reward for the con
vlctlon of any party or parties steal
Ing horses, cattle or mules U-KhirIiij.
to any of the followlng'members i
Cox & Clark, Chewacan Land A
Cattle Co., Heryford Land & Cattlt
Co., Lake County Land & Livestock
Co., Warner Valley stock Co., Geo
W. Mapes, Wra. W. Drown. Geo. M
Jones, Geo. Hanklna, S. IJ. Chandler
I. C Dodson, C. A. Rehart. N. Fine
Thoa. Mutton, W. A. Currier, Fran
H. Bailors, J. C. Hotchklss, Cald.-i
wood Bros.. T. J. Brattaln & Sous
James M. Moore, A. I). Cecil, T. A
('rump, V. Z. Mons.
Cressler & Bonner, W. T. Cressler
Aety X- Gllham. Hill & Toney.
nP.,.JIV, P. IlKitVKoim. Presid'i
"""'1W IE. M.Mii.i.KH.Sec&TrettK
I W. P. IIkkyfoiid
Pl.NAXCK Co.M.F. M. G UIlKN
S. B. CiiaI)I.v:k
Lakeview Cigar Factory
ooaTsr OBDtas solicits
Give n a trial. Store in thatTkrkk
building next door to Post & King, aa
loon, akeview, Oreiton.
Btranga, ian'k it, that ha haattataa?
Bradl.y In Chicago Nawa.
at all bours.
Notice of Final Proof.
The regular price of these 4 great publicat.
Our Price - - - -
nsis - - - - -
SUBSCRIPTIONS, NEW OR KIvNEWALS, TO ANY OF "THE BIG
FOUR" MAY BEGtN AT ANY TIME.
SEPARATE SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE MAGAZINES WILL NOT. BE
TltH FOUR PUBLICATIONS MUST B8 5ENT TO ONE ADDRESS.
Lake County Examiner, Lakeview, Oregon.
Department of the Interior, Laud
Office at Lakeview, Oregon, Oct. 28.
Notice is hereby given that Marshall
W. lioweu, of Paisley Oregon, has
tiled notice of his intention to make
final Computation proof in'support of
bis calim, viz: Homestead entry No.
:mi made Oct. 1, 1905, for the tilA
NW and N BVY., Section 4, Town
ship 35 S., Iiango 17 K, W. M , aud
that said proof will be made before
Register and Receiver, at Lakveiew
Oregon, ou lGth day of December.
He names as witnesses to prove bis
continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, the land, viz: Mike
Dooher, Klamath Falls Oiegon, O.
li. Duaonbery, Paisley, Oregon. 8. L.
Wood, lily. Oregon, M. U. White
house, Puisley, Oregon mr.:
J. N. WaUou, itogister. ' 44-6.
L(. n ihcu in Clavaland Plain Dealar.