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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1909)
LakcCounty Examiner rt,on- Bot h,rd to Urct
pU her, ami once they com It I.
them. No section of the
' couutry o completely makes good
LargMt Paper. atMl Lrrt Clrcalatla la
Ea.t.ra ana Saatarra Orrfva.
ITHt.ISHKn KVKKY THI HHHAT.
Kntofil at th rout Ofllcrat l-atrlfw
at Sot'ond-Claa. Matter.
roVNTY OKFIflAI. I'Al'KK
51 B5CRIPTI0N RATIOS.
On. Trr. in advance, f.'.OO
Throe month. "
-If nut paid in ailvauce , ti W lb year
Regular Hamlin a.t $1.00 an lurh. ainel
ooltnnn ie. per month. Ah tandlnn ai.
changed free twice aniontn. t.t of rxmpont
tjon charged fir all extra r hatite. All pvial
pltlMi extra. All ahorl term ail. extra
Reader. local column., lor. per line each In
a 1 1 ion . W ant ad. .V. a line each In.ertlon
Tard of thanks fl 00. KeM)lu(iott of ciindo
Imc. $1.60 and up ard.
fTeaTransient Advrrtlaini and Job Print
Inn. cah in advance
All bills must be paid the tint of each month.
No deviation from these term..
It Kept on file at K.C. Dais'
AdTcrtining Agency li Sand
tan Franciaco. lai.. wnere
advrrti.int: can be made for It.
GET LAN D NOW
The Cauyou City Eagle aay tha
tbe old timers of a country never
realize its worth until others come
sieze all tbe opportunities and leave
tbe old settler nothing bat regrets.
One of tbe instances it cites is rapid
appropriation of tbe f imber resources
by eastern people who knew ita value
while the Oregon people quietly sat
by and wondered what it was all
about, and that when they did begin
to realize what they were missing tbe
opportunity was gone. Tbe Eagle
"Tbe government's timber domain
passed to eastern owners, who knew
its value. Tbe settlers who spent
their lives in tbe silence of this forest
vast saw no value and it went to those
who saw mighty forests disappear in
"History repeat itself. Again page
number one is turned. Capital wit
nesses tbe congested centers of popu
lation cry aloud for land and see tbe
tbe government making its last gift J
of homes to tbe people. It recognizes
an enhancing value. Every acre
must go to work, and tbe cultivation
of tbe soil will infringe on tbe ssudy
wastes of tbe desert Tbey know all
"Those wbu have lived here have ac
customed themselves in tbe belief that
tbey eouli have all of tbe land that
tbey could patrol and see no value
except possibly tbe expense to euclose
it with a fence. Tbey will get noth
ing. Tbe axric.ilt'iral lands will go just
like tbe timber lands bave gone. On
every hand there is evidence. Nearly
every day eastern companies are ac
quiring thousands of acres Tbey
know tbe value. Tbe harvest is
theirs. Purely, hiatorv repeats "
if you bave no land, get some,
What is worth taking up by tbe
newcomers, will be worth as much to
you as to them. Don't listen to
tbe knocker. Tbey do not know auy
tetter! But you can set it down as a
fixed and immutable fact that tbe
day is not far distant when every
acre of government land in Lake
County will be taken up and devoted
to tbe us which it is best adapted,
be it fruit, grain, pasture or mine I
Get busy uow, nod get a piece of
vacant Luke County laad before it is
all gone, and you are left amoug
those to whom opportunity came
but, you needed not I
come here want to stay and her
make thelt home. There Is an at
traction to the oountry which the
man born here scarcely realize."
Then it goes on to say that tbe
great drawback is tack of transporta
tion facilities, although some elec
tric linea are in operation, there is
room and business for hundreds of
miles more of them, that there Is
need of steam roads, and that ita
time to call a halt on the earning!)
of the present roads diverted front
the state to up-build other common
wealths, while Oregon is fairly stag
nant with lack of railroads.
It says bluntly that "the time is
here when something must be done.
The people who are coming In must
And a way to the cheaper land and
better means of tranrporation to carry
to market what they produce. The
tendency of the population is I" this
direction. In the next Ave years the
state should make great gains In pop
ulation coming from outside borders.
But if tbe railroads continue to
maintain tbe policy that has so con
sistently marked them in Oregon, we
sball soon reach tbe point where we
will be wasting money in exploita
tion work because the natural oppor
tunities are lost through lack of
It will be observed that both these
papers state tbe case fairly and
s ton My assert that something must be !
done. Neither however, offers a
single word as to the remedy to be
rovided for this uncalled for condi
tion of Oregon affairs, and both bave
disagreed with Jim Hill and Tbe Ex
aminer, that if the railroad powers
that be refuse to aitTin this matter.
tben tbe proper coarse to pursue for
Oregon is to construct, own and op
erate its own railroads.
In this endeavor, with the grat
Columbia river and tbe Pacflio ocean
washing its shores, no state in tbe
Union has a better chance to rid
itself of tbe greedy and remorseless
railroad monopoly than Oregon, and
thereby reoder ber now and for all
time to come, independent of such
an exortinate "system."
The Coo j Bay and Boise people are
moving toward a state-owned road.
however, and in this edeavor tbey can
be assured of tbe hearty assistance
of tbe Examiner.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
Smiles and Squalls
tly Tlltt VKHO.aslT OH"
A Kansas exchange avers: There
are a few women In uvory toati on
, which the newspaper can never get a
, "ecoup". They know all the news
, the editor gathers up and a lot he
j nil hoc a.
Coprrla-'ht. 1WI. by American
WHERE DO VOU LIVf.T
If asked the quest loti you would give , 'f young people
trie name or the town or city In which
you reside, adding pcrluip the mim'x"
Htlt Hint I not whore ton ll
Tb.it U onlv the i.lit. e whore ou at i And " trusts l.lMtno ma ro
tailets on the high prieoa the con
sumers are paying
There are people whoae Idea of it
good story la one t' at tells something
dirtr and whose Idea of a good time
i The editor of an exchange got
trouble knee tteep recently. A couple
ewton I. or. I ami
Jennie Helper, got married, ami the
eilitor ue I the usual hvphetiated
headiug, Lord Helper, in his write
up ot the event
n world j
the plin e whore joii ittc
You Ihf in nitotlicr
apart from jour tl.illy
Some live In a world of I.KISl'Hlv
They Ihe ;i loum.lng sort of exl.t
cure, lolling thn trrlt the hour, diking
the line of leitsf rcxtstnni'p, necking the
things Hint nii'.Ue for luxury. They
care onlv for thetuselvea. dodging nil
self sn-rltVo or liur!ness. preferring
the sensuous. p:tuiert'd way.
Some live In a world of lMSSM'A
They w-Hlk the primrose path of dal
liance dally They try: t'hnse the
winged bu'iorfly of pleasure! Watch
the dryads davce! Listen to the pat
ter of the fountain!
Others live In a world of ACTION.
They are restless, ambitious, un
quiet, agitated. They are rovln: In
spirit, disturbed. In essnnt. Hrlsk.
prompt, lively, they go the pace that
Some live hi the world of TIK H'CHT
Their mind to them a kingdom Is. i
They pity hltn who riots or him who,
dallies. Thelr Is the world of Intel- j
lect. In that world tbey live and'
move and have their being. They are
of that rare people who are good com
pany for themselves.
Others live In a world of KEEI.INC j
They nre easily moved, though plow j
of action. They enjoy the exercise oil
their emotions. They are reudy to!
weep with those that weep, but slow!
to dry the mourner's tear. Having1
H. L. CHANDLER,
Furniture of All Kinds.
Mr. V. K. liAltlllS, au exM'rlencel underlitkcr, hnn thnme
i if til v I'nilerlnkltu Itiiiiiiia
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK
"Dollar wheat" seems more than
realized and looks like a fixture,
for instance Texas farmers are sell
ing their wheat right from tbe tna-
senslbllltles that are keen, every sen-J
eatlon gives them delight.
Others live in a world of PEnVICE.
They care for nothing better than J
tha opportunity to be of service to!
their fellows. They give to that scrv-
tee the beat they have to give them-1
elves. Kindness, good will to all. I
charity and active benevolence are
Others live In a world of SACItl
These are they who find their hlgh-i
est Joy. their deepest sense- of living, j
In the elimination of self rare spirits, i
In which world do you live? I
If the world In which yon now live j
does not suit you, why not move Into'
one of tbe others? I
which they will
A prominent Nevada man commit
ted suicide) IwcHiise his young wife
'scolded him for being out all night
with the boys ami girls I If every
j man guilty of such conduct did the
I same there would be a rapid increase
in grave yard additions
A jubilant Kansas editor says:
"All the banks are preparing to
fall In line ami guarantee their de
posits. People wont' need to care
now whether the tank hurts or not.
Their money will be safe." Judging
from the noise that editor must have
at least 'M cents on deposit, that lu
some way was overlooked by the
paper trust and the railroads.
Never bear more than one kind of
trouble at a time. Some people bear
three kinds: All they've bail, all the
bave now and all they expect to have.
An observant and expert Kansas
newspaper man testifies: "Ktery
mau has about as much trouble in
keeping buttons on his clothes as a
woman has keeping up her stock
ings." This story comes from Texas: "A
prohibition candidate had ao much
campaign literature left over that be
stored It in the barn, not think'ug of
the cows. The cows ate the prolbl
tion llteratae and every oow ou the
place went dry. "
(JNION QQUARE f-fOTEL.
Cor. I'oat and Slot ton Ma.,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
I urapean and Aawrkaa I'laa
Overtaking beautiful IINION MJUAKI! t'AMk; only one block Ironi
the retail shopping center.
ttatet ft no Per day
fthaat hath: 11.00 par da? and with I
I Ir.Ula.a la atarr rapi
R. H. GATLEY.
alb. Ideal aarvka
Red Livery Barn
M. O'SULLIVAN, Prop.
New Kijjs and ?5pV",i' lKT'n' Acconuno
Fanov Tea ins tlations
to Let -CsnJSi I'r Freighters
Corner Canyon and Main St5, Lakeview, Ore.
For a 5praln4 Ankla
As usually treated a sprained ankle
will disable tbe injured person for a
month or more, but by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment and observ
ing the directions with each bottle
faithfully, a cure may be effected in
many cases lu less thau a week's
time. Tbe liniment is a most re
markable preparation. Try it for s
sprain or bruiae, or when laid up
with chronic or muscular rheuma
tim, and you are certain to be de
ilgbted with thea prompt relief which
it aflords. For sale by Paly & Hall.
I rK i - . a i or. i i i . I
cb ioes at tl.35 a bushel. And
wheat lands of Lake County now
log taken at a rapid rate will
be bringing big returns to their
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
notice U hereby given that all Irriga
tion, or mlllrace ditches on all trout
Htreams throuKht Lake County. Ore- , a knock kk
con. must be screened with a Htnall J IH,nr kmkkui
meah wire Bcreenlne at their head or i Tbe Sumpter American has this
junctioD with the main channel of , I say of tbe genus homo that seuia
I'lat t-l IM.000 trtt'K In Lake county
Inst venr. Heat adapted to need of
this Kcrtlon. Kre? from all dlM-awa.
I.'niti.nutf1 I . t.iill I ii u . . a-.
fur j febotf K. It. I'ATCH, I.wkevlew.
Canby Tribune : "Hogs, hogs," Is
the aotiBtaut cry of the aholeanlera.
More hog wanted, and from where
are they to come! This is an Ideal
completed who was a
fruit couutry, but we must not l.ihe l'"n navutg
sight of the fact that people Ued ,.r',ut. .""l,"J
more than fruit. I)lverif!a.l (arming " "'Kn
with the slogan
look at the oiaji.
or the small ranehar I. a a ,r..nn rriuevtiia lies wimin aix miles or the
numeratlve than any other, method. I ographlcal oeuter of Oreogo, the
Hy all means, have your oichard, fn' center Iwiog tlx miles east and
berry patch, and garden, but dou t ",rM m " outh.
stop at that, ilalse hogs sheep, or, ' - - .
if you have a brush pasture, a small
bunch of goats w
ValeOrlano: ',om noti
fies us that be has made arrangement
to build a laundry at the hot wella'tuore
ami baa ordered his machinery fur a
steam laundry there. Ho also stated
that he had a man present t tak
charge of tbe la i :
Traairta "lakar Oaatati
Whan a autre re r from stomach
trouhle takss Dr. King's New Lire
14 1st he's mighty glad to see his
Dyspepsia and Indsgistion fly, but
he's tickled over bis owe, line
strong nerves, healthy
all bocauee stomach, liver
and kbireye now work right. T.to at
A. La. Thornton 'a.
I m iiiimI 1 1 m
I I'- --
stream. Also all damn or obstruct
ions on said streams must be pro
vided with a fish-ladder, orothereasy
means of passage, at or near tti mid
dle of the main channel, so as to al
ow the passage of trout at all times
of year, as provided by law. Said
work to be done at low water time,
or to lie completed by Feb. 7, Ho7.
By order of J. A. Barham.
SDeclal Deputy fish Warden for
Spring goods t
days at Lakeview
rill arrive in
C ASTO R I A
To Home Builders
HKf.IN.MNG TOGKT ALIVE
The scales eeem to bedroppiDgfroin j
the even Clf hnth Ik. nraonnian QtiH I
Tbe roiner under tbe caption
"Rapid Progess of the Slate" goee
on togive a summary of what is be
ing done in tbe develoment of differ
ent paite of Oregon in tbe way of Ir
rigation, under-drainage, improve
ments in stock, fruit growing, timber
conservation, aud transformation of
oar many wasting waters into elec
trical energy and concludes as fol
lows: g "The main drawback now ia the
blownesa of railroad extension. In
these times no considerable popula
tion will go far beyond the reach of
railroad service, and very little real
development can come to unoccupied
districts till the riilroad helps to
oDeu the way. Oregou has a right
to be iufcibtent that the great rail
way combination that almost wholly
controls its territory shall continue
ita kctlfitv and ocen new sections
of tbe state. We bhall get tbe TUla
monk road withiu a year, tut we
want tbe Coos Bay road, and, above
ail, a road into aud through Middle
Oregon. ' '
The Telegram iu an editorial
Leaded: "More Ruilroads Our Great
, eat Need," eaya:
"The greatest need of the etate is
railroads. We are expending our en
ergies and our money in attracting
people here while four-fifths of our
land la away trom railroad communi-
hundred latest designs anil
Bungalows ana Cottages
$500 to $5000
S. C. BURRIS,
Main Street, next to Ablstrom'M.
OREGON MAP SALE
Full colored Sectional
flap of Oregon.
I'rici' M: while tin- l.at,
Shows all surveyed lands,
tlons, aud every Important
and divide, Townships and
plaluly marked. ::
Also shows all Land Orant
and hastheOKUON MILITARY KOAU
Urant complete, by sectlous. Inval
uable to anyone who now Is or ex
beets to be Interested In lauds lu
southern Oregon. :: :; ;: ::
Kntire output of this mapowued by
HUNTER LAND CO.,
8.11 Chamber of Commerce,
j Portland, Oregon
exist in every community, btiugs
who are conspicuous for failure in I ife,
embittered thereby, and more to be
pitied than blamed :
"Don't look on the bright side of
anything. Don't permit yourself to
i see good in anyone. Don't have auy
county ror yonr erring Lrotner or i
sister. If you bave any of tbe milk
of human kindness in your heart enre
it in some way. Believe that all men
are liars, and that there is not tbe
smallest amount of truth in them.
"Find fault witb yoor fellowman.
Say mean things about yonr neighbor ;
envy ber; hate- bim; seek a good
scrap every time stranger comes to
your city; "tell bim ail the mean
things that you ever knew about
yoor community ; mink evil; rejoice
in iniquity; endure nothing; and
above all don't forget to give tbe lo
cal newspaper a good dig.
"After you bate done all tbe above
ascribed tasks aodj y oa do not feel com
p lately mlseiabl and unhappy it ia
because you bav sot yet quenched
tbe last vital spfeih of love and man
hood in yoor being."
i Louis Shaw
Dealer In Real Estate
1 have listed some of the I
Ranches, Timber Lands and Town
property in Northern California, a
country tbat H bound to improve rap
Idly. Alt'iras. California
Tbe probable- abandonment by tbe
Canadian Government of Its pro
jected Hudson bay railroad, because
of the div eriao of tbe grain traffic
of Alberta from the lakes route to tbe
Pacific, indicate another important
result which tb Panama eanal, when
completed will bave. Much of tbe
grain shipments to Europe from
Western Canada, which are boundj
steadily to loereaae will tben, it in
probable, go from a Pacific coast pot
via tha Panama Canal, instead of
from an Atlantic port.
Noticar tor Pabllcatlaa.
Department f Ihe Interior, U. H.
Land Office mt Lakeview, Oregon,
Jut,e 12, VMK
Notice is hereby given that KKfil
NOLD A. KRADLKV, of Plush,
Orpgon. who, oa Sept. I'd, 190T, made
desert Lan1 Entry, No. 581), Serial
No. 0515, for SE quarter SW quarter,
W half SK quarter. Section 12 Town-
f ship .'$7 South.. Range t!2 Hast. Wll
lamette merldiau, has Bled notice of
intention to mttfc Onal Proof, to es
tablish c'aim t- the hud above des
cribed, before- Register and Receiver
at Lakeview,. Oregon, on tbe 20th
day of Jnlr, im.
Claimant naoien as witncHses:
Henry Deppe, Itart Petri, John
O'Connor and' Chant Sholstanil, all
of Plush, Oregon.
J17J22 J. A. WATSON Keigster.
O. D. ARTHUR, fmormtm
The Largewt Livery ami Kwtl MUhk r mMitlwm On-goti
or Norther California. Ilnraea Itonrrlerl hr the Ihiy, Week
or Month. .Special Attention Olvrn to Transient 8tork
B AU a.
A bhot with Every Tick of Watch
Neiarav fear rsfclaratlea.
Department) at the Interior, (J S.
Land Ottos at Lakeview, Oregon,
May 24, Ittdti.
Notice ia-b'eretry given tbat MICH
AEL KAU. of LaJieview, Oregon, who,,
on Ma 18). KJWJ, made Homestead)
Application Xo 2307, Serial Xf,
01131. forSR Quarter NW quartan,
W baJT JO iwiUr, NW quarter HK.
quarter, Kavtbon 33, Towo.bij, '?,
South.. Itaog 1 Last, Williutttie
Meridian he Hied no'lce of inten
tioa to mcalt Final Five Year Proofi.
to esbu-blib- eUairn to tbe land, abut
dtwribedv before Register rnd lit
eJvsr, at Lakaiew, Oregon on t,k
Hth day of July 1903.
ClaLnsant names as witioeHses; X
Avznatv tiabriel Arzner, Jack Mo
Cullftj. and Joe ArzDer, all of Lake
J. N. Watson, HgUter.
A carload of doors
received at H & M's.
l'ninps Water, Ihins
Ubops 1 t't'd, lAu.
Btato your needs.
rits forcatalutf. Maiitlmi iuimk
FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO.
CKNIJ1NK FAlhBANKH H('AI,KH. Wl NliM 1 1 .1.8
DfttaainM, Motori OtvaollD CdkIdci, Stam PukrtM, oi)r
r.ugiMt r-ed'JiiOpiMiri, Wlu'-uuliPuruii UptUtlmts
Ail tiixrU4 lu tiick ttl I'Oliii-V.MA U4a.OOff
2 TOU HIW
NOTICe FOR PUBLICATION
Liepartment of te luturlvr, U. S.
Land Ottlce at Lnkevlw, Oregon.
May 21 l'.l.
Notice Is hereby givwu that HAR
NKY OKUMAN, of Lakeview, Ore-,
gon, who, on April Iti, liMMJ, made
Homestead aetry. No. liftlll, Serial No.
013.'2, for Lots 1 and '4 KK quarter,
NW quarter. Section 7 Township VH
Sonth, Rang 31 East. Willamette
Meridian, baa Hied notice of iuten
tlon to make Fiual Five Year Proof,
to establish claim to tbe land above
described, before Kegiater aud lte
ceiver, at Lakeview, Oregon, on tbe
12th day of July, 1901).
Claimant names as witnesses: W.
D. bishop, William J. 'Kehart, Rol
Chandler, Mark Musgrave, all of
J. N. Watson, Keg-Inter.
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2407 F Street N. W. Washington, D, C.