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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1909)
lAKKtMtTNTY KXAM1NKK. I.AKKN iKW, ORKUOM, TIIUItMttAY, JUNK 10 :wn.
f H K 1 J. BOWMAN.
Larrt Paper, an4 Larrast Clrculataea
Eaatrrn an Saata.rn Oregon.
I'l'lU.IKHKP rVRRY THVRHttAY.
Kntered at the real Offlcral baaovlew. Or,
aa Oot-ontl-Claaa Mailer.
l Ol NTY OKrll'lU. l'AI'KH
M B.CRIPTION R.Ti:s.
n m r. tn H'1 anc.
1 hrer nconiti, ' '
$w-lf not rl' I" advauce. J 30 the yrar.
Snbaoripor. lo the Eiamtnrr who remoT
from on locality to anoilirr. r chatir,
th.ir pontnflU-c a.llre should remember io
drop thin .dice curd k their rP,r can
dreaned in th right poatofflc.
Reaular Mamlina ad. 11.00 an tui-h. alncle
column aj.a.-r. r month All iaiiuin ada.
ehanae.t free lue a month. K'otx ol compoM
Won charee.1 forail etra cratiire All ial
poaltlou. extra. All abort term ad .-lira
Reader, local column.. I-, per line eaoh tn
arlttno. Want ad. c. a line eaoh In.ertiiin
Tard of thann $1 00. Keaolution. ol condo
lence. It. SO and upward..
faar-Trantient Advertising ana Job PrtnV
leu, caah in advanee.
All bllU m list be paid the Brat of each month.
So deviation from tbcae terms.
TllIC DIDCD it aept on Bleat K.C. Daai'a
THIS rArCH AdYrrtt.lu.. Agency 124 Sand
acme StreVt. San FTandteo, Cab, where
ecu tract, for adverti.ms can be madi for it.
UtttKItTS AXD MOIMAISS
It is interesting to note tbe 6traage
ideas people ex Dress who have never
before visited the inter-monntanoua
regions. Some imagine that this
-region is land something like the
western plains, and evince consider
able surprise on arrival to find this
section region of valleys and moun
tains, some adorned with sage brush,
some with tbe dark-bued conifers,
while away abuve tbe timber line,
bere aod there, gllsteDs peaks wrap
ped in eternal anow. Tbe valleys are
of various widths and engtba, all
covered in their natnral with sage
brash, except along streams or lakes
where there may be straggling
growth of willow or cotton-wood.
In connection with tbe foregoing
Dr. Charles K. Keyes the geologist
avers what peo; le io not know ahoat
deterta includes ire sarprisetbat they
really are mountainous and possess
many novel and instructive peculiar
ities. Yet so dominant is tbe plains
feature locally that tbe mountain
raoges bold and lofty as they often
are rise sharply from tb level ad do
volcanic isles out in tbe sea.
So characteristic is the aspect that
iu the noutu African deserts it is
appropi lately deuotuiuateJ the "in
selabitulatjds'baft" or islaDd mouutau
formations. Dr Keyes thinks deserts
worthy ui more attention than tbey
Tbe cbi-f feiitmeo of deert regions
like Western Cuked States aDd Mex
i.-o ;s the interrupted plain riion
about 5.X-J to T'i'O feet ahove the tea.
Out of it the dert mountains
ascend to six mile heights. Four
tifths are plain one fifth highland.
The vatuess and eveueta of the iiiter
niouutaiu plains i tizzle the scientists
aad tbe Lij oieu alike. They are sup
posed uaua ly to be tbe ari i relic of
l ug Huo lakes. j
Another reniaikaLle feature of the
d-serts is tbe comfilete -r lation of the '
ii.ouutaiiir. In n;.'t arte of the
v. or'ri there is morj jr lea.i relation- j
ihip betneeu ueihLonutf mountains I
w-hich are united by fo.thilla. Not
9n is the "'e-erts. The mountain 1
i inyes are all itriepH'ident indivi
diul. v- i '. iu u t relutiviiahip of any
V.:t to each other. They are neigh-;
iu-rrs distinctly teperated l y stretch'ta ,
.if level plain.
Through tie dry regions of America;
niountain ranges are conjpletely and
plenty t-urrouu Jed by ievel plains aa
tt tif tbe sea "an army of cate-rpillers
iisaii'g northward out of Alexico ,
dtvidiug as it enters tbe Uuited!
States tbe maiu body turning west
ward and tbe,u northward again until I
it paases tbe Uritibb Poe-iesaioDS. " j
There are no foothills io tbe dep
arts. The maiu peaks rise directly
ffum the plains. 'Ihe mountains Hp
Par to be half buried l,y ttie drift
iu san is. It is ou this accouut iargbly
tbat tbe plains seemed to be leveled
by tbe waters of former oeas of which
tbe muoou tains formed the cliffs along
the coast. During tbe next docude
tbe features of the arid parta of our
ith. Professor Keyes believes, will
Hire us many novel ideas concerning
the workiugs of some of our geologi
oal pruceases and will become one ol
the moat interesting fields of re
iinrt'h. lix spite of the yowliug this bide ol
tho Pacific, you can depend upon it
thit tbe constitutional amendment
fur btate constructed operated ind
owned railroads will be currie-d
almost to a mau by the vote of Fast
Science is going too far for com
fort. Tbe latent discovery is that
fish spread cuncer. Pork gives man
ti icbiuobis; if he eats oysters be is iu
danger of typhoid ; the seeds of the
grape get into the appendix (though
no cue bas found them tber); chlokeu
,dut milk; to m ion aei brings on
I rheumatism , indulgence in beer an I
! whisky cslls the patrol on. aud
j Fourth of July i near with lt tetan
ia borror. Nan .lit in left for him t ut
the simple li' whenever that may
be. Ur else gt off the en rib, and
Ret to that, bourne where doctor and
scientist trouble not. let u nope!
What truly ureal oewefappr wsa it
tbat said Senator Hourne waa uon
persona grata, or something of the
sort, at the White House? He woo
the Portland poetaiasterebip, and
now a eou-iu law of that P. M is
oade register of the Lakavlew land
oBlce. Now conies a Washington
associated press report, of tbe 27th
tilt which reads :
Por the second time Prestdeut Taft
and K-neral Clar-iiO Kd wards won
today in a four score at solf from
Vice-Ptesideut Sherman and Seoator
Boone, of Oregon. Ttie anie today
was won by one up aud waa played on
the (.'tier j Cbns Club Lluks.
In view of all these tacts tbe t g.
n. must be tuUtaaen, or in other
words, as per Captains Courageous:
"Dad was mistook !"
Fully one fouth of the $13,000,000,
000 worth of gold produced io the
world since the discovery of America
has come from the mines of the
Unitfd States During the last ten
years tbe production of tbe United
States has aggregated between f800,
000,000, and r.XYj,lKXlXX or about
one fourth of tne total world product
of about 13,500,000,000 during that
period., Tbee United States oooupies
second place in tbe world's gold pro
ducers, S'-utb Africa standing first,
with a little over 1 150, 000. 000; tbe
United States sliifhtly less with 1100.-
000.000; Australia about tSa.000,000
Russia at-out li'i.COO.OOO, and Meiico
a little less than fiO, 000,000.
Tbiee boys got a deserved old
fashioned, but now obsolete, spanking
the other day in Venice, 111., and the
assoc iated press deemed It of so much
injportxnce tbat a big dispatch re
lating tbe particulars was wired all
over tbe lan. Time was when every
well-regulated bnuse-bold bd its
bundle of convenient switobea, and
theii replacement as matter of
household utility these daya would
work in tbe advancement of the
future generation in morals, and de
portment. Tbe Eugene Register gives a whole
volume of argument against robbery
by menus of a prohiibtive tariff in
j tbe following sompressed item :
i "In 1307 sugar paid f00.000.000, io
(duties to the government. Jo the
BAmfl time It rntitu thp rnnHiinipra
j jioO.uoo.iiOO extra. Puzzle: Who got
i the t."),O'J.0iX)?
j "And the sugar trust, not content
juitti the iiilllious hauded them
; without, question by a venal couuress,
j DT meaD3 0f fai8H weii:hts added:
! mill ions more to their "proti's" in!
j uiatter of "bu3ine.a "
I No "bat are VOU Koiug to do!
I "-ut such things Mr. Voter?
tielkium's complete system of nar
row gauge steam railways connecting
all the towns aud villages with
main centers is to be electrified.
Tbe Examiner Las I een kindly j
favored by the author Mr. C. I5. Wat-1
son, of Ashland, with a bound and I
.Spring goods will arrive in
days at Lakeview Mercantile Co.
CASTO R I A
To Home Builders
T'-i hundred bitest dei-fim find
1 1 1 .1 lla of
Bungalows ana Cottages
( i)htiii from
$500 to $5000
S. C. BURRIS,
M t.ii .-tre t. next to AliUtroinV.
OREGON MAP SALE
Pull colored Sectional
Dap of Oregon.
Price OOe taller tlw.v Last.
lioWs nil surveyed lands, by sec
tions, nnd every Important Hlrcain
and divide. Townships nnd Kane
plainly marked. :: :: :: ::
Also hUowh all Land Orant Lands,
and ban tlieOKUON HILITARY KOAIJ
(irant complete, by Hectiotm. Inval
uable to anyone who now Is or i-x-beet
to b Intereateil in lands la
southern Oregon. :: :; ;: ::
K.ntire output of this map owned bv
HUNTER LAND CO.,
l Chaining of Commerce,
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
Copyriaht, l. t 'Amerlran l"reaa Aaao
elation.) the Dcrrn or the wheat nr.
Thla In tho story of ex (loverur
Taylor of Mlnnestota and tho wheat
Made an orphan at all year of nee
and thrown among stranger. Taylor
had a hnrd strucsltr lie sU'Verded
and In middle life was n proKperou.i
Having Joined the "jfratiKcr" move
mont. thru nt lt cllinnx, T.i) l-r be
came proinl'.'cnt nnd wna tlci ted g-v
ernor of the state. Honest, forceful
popular, he fought tlio corpi rut Ions no
trenuouly they defeated him for re
election. Whereupon the Rt.vernor retlied to
Then pome one v hNHrMl to him:
Taylor bep.Tn to sjiecubite on t!;e
Chicago t:ird of trtde. Winning nnd
losing nlternntely. he st.njrd In town,
neglecting h! farm, watching the
Ills bank account bcfntn to dwindle,
and his live tvk disappeared. Final
ly his farm was sold tn provide mar
gins. Soon everything was gone.
Old. broken and a pauper, his friend
raised some numoy to plnce him In an
old people's home, w here he died, pen
nllces and beartbrokeu.
Some one h:ts well said that the Chi
cago wheat pit Is only a few feet
acrosa, but.lt, Is as DEEP AS IIEI.L!
rfuce tu the tolls of tbe market bro
ker nothing less than bankruptcy will
top the victim of that sort of gam
bling. He will sjiorlflce property, friends,
family, everything. He watches the
turn of fortune's wheel with tbe sure
hop of him who never despairs.
Tbe phobia becomes a fever.
The grain gambler Is ret tl Mat until
the market opens and la on tbe rack
until It closes. Between whiles bis
head is full of bis deals. He haa bo
time for society or family.
' Tbe victim Is obsessed.
And. though he should lose steadily,
be la hopeful nntll bis last dollar has
gone Into the hopper and be can beg
or borrow no more.
Poor old Governor Taylor had a good
farm and big barns and Dne bred cat
tle and money in bank. Hut tbat Sa
Why. that put a maggot In his brain,
and he was not satisfied until the farm
and barns nnd cattle and money were
swallowed up by the capacious maw
of the wheat pit.
Will this story deter other victims?
It Is not llhely.
The heat gambler has eyes for
nothing save the figure on the black
board of the bu- ket shop.
autograph copy uf "Prehistoric Sis
kiyou and Marble Halls of Oregon."
To read th;s litt;e book, which voices
the lure of the woods and mountains,
au i takt-s us away from the sordid
glare of tfis age of commercialism, is
Indeed refreshing. We thank the
author f.r this literary treas ire.
( iovernii.ent experts have dlscnr ,
ered that there is 30, l h. i, m hore-
power going to waste iu these United
.States. It is also a damnable thing
that the capitalistic horde at the1
same time proceeded to gobble all of j
tbe same to tax future generation!-. '
They would have done it, tro, had j
it n .t been for a ao!ar plexus jolt1
they got from President Koosevelt j
May his tribe increase.
RATES IN EFFECT
Summer Reductions to;
Points on This Coast !
Now in Force
Chicago, May 31. Summer rwluc
tiotia in rates to Western points are
going into effect. P.eturu tickets
from Chicago to California coaHt
cities wi'l be placed on sale tomorrow
and Wednesday, from Juno 24th to
July 10th and from July 27th to Aug
ust Cth. for SC.!.. 00. The round triD
for H2 from Chicago to Portland,
Seattle aud other cities in the North
went will be available until September
:tOtb. Hound trip rates of tPi.oO from
Chicago to Helen and liutte, Mont. ;
t'i'J from Chicago to Salt Lake City, j
aud :i7,. to Salt Lake City returning.
August, fth. are placed ou sale today .
aud will be sold again July 151b.
HOT SPRINGS ACCIDENT
Amadee, Cal., May 28. With the
fictih ecalded and pealing from hia
legs and haudn, (i. K. Kgteroin a
weatlby mining man of Mod on Coun
ty, lies In a orecurlouu oooudition at
a hoHpital today.
Late yesterday Lgletarom visited a
boiling spring uar this place. While
walking on au overhanging ledge he
slipped, lauding iu a sitting posture
iu tho pool, which registers 212
degrees, lloth legs will probably have
to be amputated to save bis life.
If you debire to get the daily Kan
Praucbioo bulletin aud the Lakeview
Kxamiuer, at unheard ol rates, you
will have to hurry, as the deal is
liable to be called off any day.
THE NATION'S DEBT
National Debt Piling in
These Piping Days
Washington, June 1 The monthly
statemeut of the public tisbt shows
that at th close of business May 1,
I'.Hf.i, the debt, los cash iu the treas
ury amounted to 1. :., I ,t5U. which
is the Increase for the month of ft,
Tbe debt Is reoanttnlated as follows
Interest bearing tUbt. r.l3,3l 7. P.HJ ;
debt on which Interest ceased since
maturity, '2,1)87,115; debt bearing no
In'eieat. s;i,72,31, ; total, 1. IhH). -'Ml,
IIS This amount however does
not include l.3,tl,6ll.;i In certifi
cates aud treasury uotes outstanding
which are off set by au eiml amount
of cash held in tha treasury 'or thter
redemption. The cash iu tbe treas
ury Is classiHe I follows:
Gold reserve, flfr), 000,000 ; trust
inula. I..XU,:IO,HtU); geueral fuud,
ir)i.4li8,OtV.'; iu nit tonal bau k
depositors. 7'2,IMti,07l. ; Iu Phllilpine
Total 1 , 7 1 T. 2 1 ti. H i. atfalnst which
theree are demand liabilities out
landing amounting to 11,445.415
315,510, which leavs a cash balance
(iu hum! of e-.ti'.l.iKVIOH.
The total receipts for the month
wet f.VI.3:rj,3li and the total dis
I Out of 2.5(X)t)nys recently examined
j in the schools of Kaunas, oulv eix cig-
arette smokers were fotiud to be what
i would ueuerally be called "brluht".
i Ten of the remainder aere average
' students, while all the rest of the
, ol0 using cigarettes were found to be
I poor at their studies, or o t hi eta.
A woman in Mt. Vemou Washing
ton, attempted to kindle a fire with
kerosene. She succeeded in bring
ing herself to deatb. And the tools,
eontloue to attempt to do the same
thing with the same result.
Some exasperated man exclaims:
"Kor sake of peHoe give woman the
i ballot." Peace! He pmbablv doesu't
I know much of the rtrong-mlndd
iktod. Peace, forsooth! Why with
I the ballot in the hands of some
women bis troubles would be aug-
umented a thousand fold I
What with ttie thing a may-bob
j that runs the aeroplane getting out
of tit and with tbe wirelnna bomb,
j and the other things being Invented
for his discomfort, the air ship man
during wnr-timn probably will lead a
life of streiioHity that onty n Teddy
I could enjoy.
Settlers ftom the North
'I be Canyon Citv, firant County
Kugle, aays: 1 1 omeateii I cel(frs htm
now moving, and every dnv there
passes tins point emigrant uiignns
headed for inland Oregnn. 'Iliey
come from Idaho and tliev nimfl from
, Washiutgiin ; mnny of them passing
throuarh Harney counfv an t going to
Lake aud Klamath enmities It is
'the opinion of thos now on thn
i road that this heasnu Mituess a
great nuiny prot-pect i t e ettles i:;
this direct lou.
Fiirmerx need I .ake ( inn t v land.
Placed -.HinKi trees in fvikc county
Inst O'nr, Itest Kiln pteil to tircds of
t hm n'ct ion. Pre" from all dlsejiMcH
Kiu!orscd bv f'liit Inspect'ir.
ferMtf K. . PATCH. I.Hkeview.
Uealer In Uea.1 listate
1 have liated some of the I rn
flinches. Timber Lands ntni Town
property in Noiliieuu California, m
country that is bound to improve nap
Idly. Alt'Lras, Caiitoiuia
.il-r for lalitrailin
)eftrtnient of the Interior, U S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Onagou,
May 21, v.m.
No.tlce is hereby given that MK'H
AV'.li KAU, of Lakeview, Oregon, who,
ou May H, llloli, made IlomeHtead
Application No. IfJT, Seriail No.
01111. for SK (quarter NW qaarter,
W half NK quarter , NW (purler HK
quarter, Section XI, Towsohip '7
South, Range 19 Dust, Willamette
Meridian, has. Hied noMceof inten
tion to make Pinal Five Year Proof,
to establish t-Uini to the ktud abovo
described, before ICegister and lieo
eiver, at Ikeiew, Oregon, on tle
Hth day of July 1!KX.
t'laimant names as witnesses: X
Arzrier, tiabriel Arzner, Jack Mo
Culley, and Joe Aruer, all of Iake
M'i'JJ4 J. N. Watson. Register.
NOTICE KOR MUlil.lCATION
Department of the Interior, V. H
Lund Otllcu ut Lakeview, Oregon.
May 21 1!W!).
Notice in hereby given that 1IAU
NKV (JKUMAN, of Lakeview, Ore
gon, who, on April Hi, !M(, made
Homestead entry, JNo. liaUt.Kerial No.
0Ki:i2, for Lots 1 and 2 HK quarter,
NW quarter. .Section 7 Township 'M
Koutli, Kunge 21 Kast, Willamette
Meridian, has Hied notice of inten
tion to make Pinal Five Year Proof,
to establish claim tu tbe land above
described, before iteginter and Jin
celver, at Lakeview, Oregoj, ou the
Pith day of July, 11)01).
Claimant nauies as witneHHuu: W.
I) liishop, William J. 'liehurt, Sol
Chandler Mark Musgrave, all of
J3J8 J. N. Wutsou, Kegister.
Smiles and Squalls
H. L. CHANDLER,
Furniture of All Kinds.
Mr. F. K. 1 1 A It 111 S. au cHTlenci' undertaker. hn ibargw
(if inv Undcrtnkltu Itootns.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK
IJNION QQUARE fOTEL,
Cor. Post and Stockton Ms ,
SAN FRANCSCO, CAL.
I rpean and Aavertian Plan
Overlooking beautiful IJNION SOUAKI! PAUk; only one block Irom
the retail shopping center.
Rata ftl.oo lr day, sflhoul hath: 11.00 par da and up wllhhalb. Idaal aervkv
I Iratilaaa tn rty raapavi
R. H. QATLEY. Manaqmr.
Red Livery Barn
M. O'SULLIVAN, Prop.
New Wigs ami y- Spvcinl Acconinio
Fnncy Teams ,$t tlations
to Let -L"..? For Freighters
Corner Canyon and Main St5, Lakevicw, Ore.
.v. Northwest Notes .v.
Capitalists of Hao Diego, represnot
ed by Jobn J. Pltzpatrlok, uf that
city, have scoured an option eo bOO
acres of land from Moore llroa. The
land adjoin the city of Klamath Palls
ou tbe west and extends from Lake
Kwauna to Upper Klamatb Lake. It
Is considered an Ideal residence sec
tion and a number of homes have al
ready been built on tha tract which
wae out Into town lota by Moore Itros.
a few ytars ago. The price was ftO.UOO.
Ilariiman has purhcased Odessa,
the popular munmer resort. He al
ready owned Pelican Hay Lodge. If
tho millionaires continue to buy up
our popula, leaorts, the people will
have small opportunity for recreation.
Crook County has a Hue new court
hoiso, built of gray stone quarried
near that town. It. is more preteu
sitisis than the Lake (Vuuty court
house, but 1 cost about 'i.ooo
morn -1 lis toltu oust being Cill.'.MO.
llint the Japanese hth getting a foot
hold iu OiHKisi is demonstrated by
one item alone. Up at Dufur .laps
own f K M l tic res-of land and urn plant
ing 'j."i,oim fruit trees. Tfiey have
several hondr d acres in pe is, pntiilo
es, and other veatables, emploving
eight v f their own people to per'or'i"
I Iih lulior.
Muri-hllcld i I he latent Oregon town
to talk of using the recall ou its
mayor or council. The recall ncenis
to huve become a formidable ,-luli In
iiimiiv Oregon towns for whipping a
A Shot with Every Tick of Watch
SIX SHOTS IN FOUR SECONDS
Tree Hook tells of this (hm
Tblx I lamnierloMs Ki'is'ii ler Is t he iiiowt rupld imiiip g;uu Hindi' ; it
Iiiih every known liriiroveiueiit--isy take-down fejilui'e, heavy
Im-eeli block, covered lueclin iiIhiii ami top rili If desired.
( attilog shows our other shot Kirns, doubles, singles, etc.
PRICES. $5 TO $27
IneA pout nl ItrlngH our book HCKK. Addn'HH,
THE ONION FIRE ARMS CO.,
45i AulHirrHlale, TOLEDO, OHIO.
A. E. FOLLETT.
New Pine Creek, - - Oregon
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS j
I raue-marKs, uesigns, Labels, Prints, Rtc.
All clasHCH of IniHlueHH before th Unltol KlatoH Patent Olllce jrlveu
J'rompt and Careful Personal Atlciitloii. TerniH the moMt rea
sonable: and trood work jruaranlaed AddreHH all linpilrleri to
JAHES K. POLK,
( Member of the Bar of
2407 F Street N. W.
city admloiKirwtloa lato line of dirty
or else abdicating In favor of others.
When a maiden lady of 7H make up
her mind In gt married. It Is to b
assumedd tbat she knows her bnal
aeas. Kleaawr Julia . Aleiander-Uow
man, of CbarlMstuwu, Wash., taxik
her time In takuig e. husband; but
undoubtedly she oever before found
a man worthy of her. Oregoulso.
The widow of a man drowned while
drunk recovered a.'xmo dainagees frtxn
tun saloon kewfwr who sold him the
liquor. If this principle la carried
out In all ctue of death of drunkeu
men, -(nliioii Keeping will become a
Summet tmts at Lakeview Mxroan
I'titnpH Wutrr, Itiins i
M ilkt-r. Sfirjuator.
. 1 ! f I I-!..
J Slate vonr n U.
fiTrtla V.Miti.in .i..r
FAIRBANKS, M0R8E & CO.
I'rM'INR r llttiiNKM M'Al M, WIMMI M
IT" '' " 0atinEDlt)'-a f-irtip. Hlrt
ra - i .. :m" !'. v. . . f 1 1 1'" n. ' n JM.-I it i n.
All 4 .i.u.aia Mu.k at I'iiKil.A.M. HU.4OX
the U. 3. Supreme Coust )
Washington, D, C.