U a sunlit twiner 5 VOL. .XXX LAKEVIKW, LA K K (Ol WT V, OKKfiON, NOVK.MKKK 2',, 1009. N(. 4V lib Children's Environment, Not Heredity, Molds Their Character. IT 13 Pv JACOB A. HHV JcjiirnalKI and Author. THE ENVIRONMENT ANO NOT HEREDITY THAT COUNTS THE GROWTH OF CHILDREN. One of tin- prujm in cliuriirlcr building of children is THK HO.MK. If von will invi-iiivitc 1 1 1 - Iii-torv of llio children in jM-nal institute and refurmiitniici, yon will ilim-ovcr that tho roat majoiity of them hud n luuiics or homes worthy of the nuiiio. Another rop in determining tlie character of the rliild w THK SCHOOL. When tho kcImm-1 slides into politic its poul dcpurta. Poli tics never realira thut schools are for tho purpoho of turning out thinking men and women, hut UVSH '11 1 1 SCHOOLS MUCH LIKK SAUSACiK MACHINKS, ulwro raeh link in tho output in exactly like vvery other link. tun Ono of tho mont important factor in determining tho child's char acter ia HIS I'LAV. It has been said that crime in our groat cities is principally a question of athletic, of allowing tho boy to blow H team. Many boys havo only tho upaco between tho gutters in whith to play. IF YOU WANT THE BOY TO CROW UP INTO THE MAN OF TO MORROW WHO WILL RESPECT YOUR RIGHTS, YOU MUST OIVI HIM SOME RIGHTS THAT OTHERS ARE BOUND TO RESPECT. Lake view People Begin Work on a Commercial Orchard Less Politics and More Business Would Improve Our Cities and Towns. Patronize Your Home Merchants and Keep Your Money at Home T;..'..r; : that tli.. eu;n..i.ui. Iii.imeii hike, out of . ,e r. a lul l- hiiii,..v.h Item. It Irani iii'inty ii,h'ii ii:niitli or rjn, ulitiul I ullrucl i Hi.nuld inspire i)i h I u j fin Them being 'huh i-i 1 1. eonll l.ii'-i.. Il rimiil I t -1 1 the pur In i, .oiiiil.v tl i.t ...... il.....m iJI ,',m;"-" 1 tl'" "''',:'""'r -i.fi in k..o.v It biiuul'l iiifurm f..r . v. i j n.aii, annum .nil rlnl I ,,in M.i.l H ..li.ul I not l.e the same ti t In thin way. nl I ft ny ni'rk n'ler !, luit it cnu- The ..iHt nt thi miirliir uiiiimIihII I"'"1' "Hr-r vu i i . v . (i ptr, ma ol dollitm to tli.. ...t....Ki... t I in 'live ' hii I nilere.stnig Iiimjkh nil nvrr tl.M titn:il I in I in At Kiil.uu, and nt her .hi Ih of ii.p Wil lamette -alley, many liin-.iiii-HM miio .rof.inHKiiikl men are iuteret inu l,.i.. eve in CHUM lulling cooperative C'litnerrlnl oichardii. The Hud iiii.iM .f (he din 'I for thin weilimi win imiin'itMtH'i Met. tj Hi, IjV li ortoi'ii.itlnii .,f li e " J lie I.hke h I I hrlinr I 'urn .nn v. " In tho ro.i. i. it, v inn y.i.iiil ii, 1m i,f Nww I'iiih Ci.-ek, ot Unlit-tie Oregon, mill i,l I'urt lillweli, California. Thoi-e iulcreHted hri. W T SSilln-rn. Trustee .f tli () V 1.. Co., of Neiv I'iueCirnk; l. K. Funk. Hmt. Whar ton. I'. 1'oi.t, .1. A. Km if, Mrt. J A. Klin, J. S. Intuit, K. It. I'ate.j mo.I Kieii J. MnwriiHii, of I uIcovipw ; anil Lloyil iiii'keiMiiu, rlni, In H H kum ni. Jiilni 0'(" iiiiior. of l ort Ki litell ( 'hJ if orri iu. J lie itli'erii of tlm cou. jinny nr.. I';nl J. I.uwiiihu r"rel ilMi.t, K 1'alct), HfnrHry TreuM uri-r, Ii. K I'. ink, (.tineiul ntuuwr, unit I'. iJimt, J. h. Lane hd-I J. 11. Kln, trunti.t. Taa property of tun roiniiMiiy i'iiiihIhIh of 1GU acreM, all 10 a ho'ly In II.m hukttiHiln (ircln.rl Iracta hiki tii,n,n iliiti ly till' lilt., Iif RHkf lll.rl 'iMll'T hruhN u.nwlti. mi t tin- wnrk mi I he mu,- m now nl, i, nt roiiiplHril 'I lie In ml will l,i) fi.iici.il mid tirnknii i.t niii'H. Wljuri Him uiuin crop Ih Nur vft-tc). tti . u -tir l met nf HV) arrii. mil Ii- tJunlcd to fruit, pro! uhly pp mi I fi'-nrrt, ol tliH nioat apiriivi THrietira. Wlnle tlm nrrliHril H l,.iin liroiifil into I i-ii rln if I'oinlition Ibi. uronnrl l,e-twi-mi Hih will ,n devntt-il to the KriiKth of hrrltM, TeuMtaLlfg anl nthr pro,ii'tD fof tlm lorai iiMikfts In tihn way the ornharrl will he made lf HiiHtaiointf from tne Htart. an I will .row luto Diont-y, anuoat like f hull n if it. ' ll la very likely tnat thia pioneer oruuimatlon will aooa he followed by uthiTs, who will alrio na la orchard In if oa a commercial ac.ale. In the view of tne early cominif of railroadH to afford eliippluif faciltiea it U none too soon now to make the atart. SOMETHING SIGNIFICANT The I'ortlanil paper fay that It is a iiiljoiijiuif the new wlKuidcant tiling tliat tbe men be hind the Oreuou Trunk have nur- tiiwi.H.le of J-ki'Hi Ih i. i... ....,.... ... .i at oneVTrea'k 17: "TV0 mUCh "r,Jerty the name to full heat ; or if thHt eau- "''Jinlila river and LakTiew. and nut tit. aiTompoliHii.-d tlm tall, to at- have "ot "nlit a centg worth in tte ranife to h..w the entire tract to ' Klamath haHiu. Well, that is what Hprinu wha.it i,r l.arloy uext Hprlnif. j we have tieeu telling you for noine It Ih Im'I ii-vmiI, if the iiaual I'l.udi Hoiih time. They mIho aay that the juoc prevail, ttmt tin. rrnp will pay for ''" of ttie Oreuon Trunk, aiif the the linid an I iiiiprovHoinnte. A run- WeatiTii i'acitij will he at Lakeview. traot dan heeu Nt to tho Lak.view Well we are not roriiolaiuiiiK over )i'Vel(. iiient rompaoy. for cK-ariuif thw railroad eituation. elinply n lviTt li.li i;. It n .ml I i imuhi tli.'y hi'II i'I.ii i. "r hi hni. a l,fl:. r 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 ' nt k'l'l I", ' Hi II I" 'I Mil' Ml III -III I I I III' pt'IHl.ll'nt, I' III till. ' I H Mil I at t i n.' 1 1 vr ii I v 1 1 1 i i w ' i . t .'i m i I'rriii. A I el 1 1 i iik' "ill. 1 1. Mm ih a ni'i'i'-.ity, m ii n, I ,ri. iii'tn i' iii-t riiled thai if .. mail onli'i lmj-,. si h I,h olT ita a I v .'. t ii nu. Mil i iui'ni' ll it Iv lull otf, .Hid it they htm. lid i.ill lilir.'lv til.')' Wllllld IlliWt'l nil it I llnllll'NH. an tlii-ir li.il l on tin. p'll.li i-. ''ii,' hIiiiik to a I vet t Ini.ik'. l'lix hatHi. in roui in.nt i nif on t ti I m Hluti. of alt air., pr rt I nel I V and li.ri'ildy every ,.i ah I I 1:1s iVIlt MlJi'.'i't-f'llv I'll nl'Ht the I mall m ii r hiiio-i' an I hli , I lie oer i flowing nl.i.i.n nt ,i',i a inuiilhi Wllll'l: if ! a i I ii w I i I Ii Ii I i'i uiilv. '1 litTC ; I- ii" i tu trl! " . , , i I,'.! the , I.' i. ' H li ml ;, i Ii.ill'l rniiili., tiiilji-M, cli ii r. I,e. .Ii' 1 lie iii'iiple limi t I'are fur ll, What! they want to 1 now ih hut he hiiH fori Hale, Mini I lie I I li e I luil lliev can uet it tin, i.ii I tni this ininriatiiiii they, Im.k In tl ril e imtiy pn i f bud if thlb , newfi i .ml tli.ie , i luok fur' It ho. lie a lii-re eliH the life of I he I Country Is S-.:vand and Conditions Are Bettering. By LUWARO 11. IIAUK1MAN Ka.lrunU IniaiiciL-r t i 4 round v hlme m n.eah.ired uulu.-d It' ohHi rveM: Now ivli.it will l e II, i. Until lH ""' """leru uielliu Is euiployi',1 , ri'H.ill? It will full. nuliirally. "y their i'u . pel n ,.r. w ho have their The country etuies iiiuhI . out of ntorea m Hie ,'at.t. " tiutlnei. It Iiiih no place in modern 1 u'r" ' ,"" 1 1 "r thounht in tint' airaira of men iiiiIihs it la a modern "IIIIV '"r merchiinth everyahere I I ...il.... Tl...... 1 1.1.. I. .Don t llllllk lliy llilllll.V Vim MOelul fur liotl'ililiili i.ir.i. in ii hh) ii. nil.,.. , - j .. -- ........ . w. ( it can live and there ii only one way '"Iveri hiuk iu yuur local papei- la a, gono bunkrupt ana been placed in the hands ol receivers. J II K fanners of die country w. n- XJ.YKK SO IHCIl as thoy are today. i lie farnu. rs have einiioy, they liavo jmiil their debts, tliey are .at t!,c j,n motion era; in fact, tlio .nuiioter lias no part to play just now in the a'Tuirs of the country. THE PEOPLE HAVE EMERGED FROM A PERIOD OF EXTRAVAGANCE AND ARE LIVING RIGHTEOUSLY IN POINT OF ECONOMICS. EIGHTY MILLION PEOPLE HAVE STOPPED SPEND ING AND ARE NOW AT WORK MAKING MONEY. This fctuto of atlairs i3 LAKCIKLY DUK TO THE GOOD CONDITION OF THE RAILWAYS and the extended capaeitiea of transportation lines. This pest time of depression is the only one in tho history of tho nation when important railway lines have not This is uii 1 1, ..i iu ti.u u.,v ....I ii... i,.i. urinuiiv, i,r it m not. for lr MuLtl v liivai jiint like the mail order limine ,nl"1 iV'iit 1 v apeut it will lirlu tfeta the tiuHinei.H There l no other '"" M 1 r" 1 'r ery dollar Ph.. li.u.1,1.. umi, I ii u, I, ""'t. lineco'.l way to buy through advert imiitf and i.nlfHM the country etnriH recnnii' thin condition they will continue to et the cruiiitit uud the mail order Ihhihb will uet the cuke. " Arlvertlnliuf tu a dcience it Ih tauifhtr lu our hcIiooIh. It Ih iiiude a buaiuuHR. A merclidiit nut; lie a ifoo.l t.uyer and yet fall ; he may lie a ifooil aaleH.uiiu a ml tail ; lie may lie a suiid Oiillec.tor and fail. TheHe thinif ore ' all Important iu acliievintf aucccaa, but none of them are hh important ii h ability to write a itood advert lao ment. A utandlnif ad vel t IHeineiit for a inerctiiint In a country paper Ih iiuiii ey thrown awav. Thia ad vei tlnenieut 1 he vulue of printer'H ink is now a recountad iiiantit.y iu evry line of I bilMlni'rH ev ry v tiei e. O. V. Withers hai piirnbaHed the (iuy lieel.e tiomeHlead at the auuth end of .Summer Lake. Tbe pi ice paid ih not kuo n but llevbe anked tl,l!00. It irt now expected that (iuy will move lo Canada where his a uter, M:a Mitchell, in. II a mother, Mra .Nealiy. and the rent of the fam ily are in Montana where Kay and Hubert nave taken up land liel t K etui of iev Pine wait on our at reel H Monday. Creek, u- T PRINCE1 V,' fwz&k ALEXANDER 1771 lor 3ERVIA JJ syrrry. v - ffi&fll (Prince 3eorqk"KA I l or asRv i a ry because most of them had beea PUT INTO PROPER CONDI TION. Those lines which had given proper attention o the constructive sido of their business and had given the care to details that was needed escaped with the minimum of financial suffering. Those which failed to do those things are the ones which are suffering, or, rather, which did suffer. As it is, no line of importance haa got into troublo. THE COUNTRY 18 GETTING ALONG NICELY AND 18 800N TO GET ALONG BETTER. NEW POWER, DIS- I WORLD'S BIGGEST COVERED BY A BOY APPLE TURNS OP Great Discovery is Made j Chelan Growers Send A By a Youth in College Tests to Utilize It 41 Ounce Speciman to Spokane Apple Show ISKLOIT, Wis., Nov. If.. How ard lieuuett. aou of 1'r. L. liuuuett t& uuiil til Ilill'U ii i d..iii'.k.uil u nan' I Sl'OKAN H, Wash.. Nov. Hi A ,, . ... , : Spokane "lieuuty Hpple" displayed at world a power not unlike t he wavea of t ma Nttl0uill Apll v show y K L winder Wderaphy, but . liferent in ,,0flt Sous., of Chelan W4sh.,ia cred inany eHueutiuU fr un electricity. Ie ,t(((, wUu lwU th , t a ia deve lop. ina machineu to uhb tlm . ii i V-. . , i.t i in me worm. it 1'ieasures .'H tnvului.iiiij tint.... i.lil.li . . . a. a ,A . n ... n ... ... vw ...an , tw i ti ..no m . o . covered by uccid uit. Detaila are be ! iuK kept HiH'ret until ' secured. ' PRINCES GEORGE AND ALEXANDER OF SERVIA. When I'rlnce Ot.orge, the madcap belr to the Servian throve, rnouite4 bU claim to the crown and left the country because be wag bccum4 f baring killed Ida valet, his brother Alexander win retarded aa the belr, and It wm tMlUred thut he would take tbe throne If bla father abdicated. BeroK tminat the entire Kurugeorgevltcb dyuaaty, bowercr, moved the peopl to seek a monarch from aome other royal kouM.v The youug son of Mcb?m of Moute najfTO, I'rlnc Arthur of Connaught and the Duk of Tack warj at aaatittonad W poaatble uccoasora to King Peter. Howard uenntdt ia a auphoniore in llelolt (illiu Thoae who are ao (juaiuted with hU diaiuivery way it ia one of the woudera of the age. TIED HIM TO A SQUAW Alturt New Kra, 17: Tbe case of the people va. (!eo. Jaoksou, came tip iu our uperior ocurt thia week. Mr. Jaokau waa uuder Inidctmant nf tbe grand jury for unlawful uo '.abitlou with a niabaia. He was represented bv Attorney N. A. Ooriush and the dlatriut attorney repreaeotad tbe people A uumber of wltueaaea were la attendance. The, zone waitried before Judge Raker without a jury. Tbe evidence showed that the de fendant bad been living with the dark lady for a number of years, and Judge Raker dlamlaaed the case, de claring tbeni to be man and wife. in the world. It measures IT1 in. 'hen in circumference and weikthd DFi.r Jl nil hi... d Wnlf U' i pu r until u pateuta from Sharon. Waah.. U 18 incbea in ciri'Uinfernce, but weliftia only 37 oujeea. It. is expected the lYsts' apeciiuou will be reproduced lu a metal apple of ita exact shape and size. Hritiah Columbia visitors to the ap ple abow will send a box of the cboiu et fruit to King Edward. The lower courts have dissolved Staudard Oil Now let ua see what manhood we have in the Supreme Court. S. 11. Harrold, or the Developmeut Co. baa gou Dakota on bualueaa. Lakeview to Nortb Steers la tbe Portland maiket com mand $1.05. A medical journal aaya a man ia IN) per cent water. And yet tbe Prohi bltlonista are not satisfied. I By Governor MMFON S. Pt.NNLWIlL ot (JrUwara. IIKIJKVK that Kiitif;u f.artios ut: ti'r"'H?ary, arrj I also l'liov; that all g'e-cl ritizf-ns hhou'i tako some intorest and part in political afTairs, but I am as strongly of the opinion that condition in our cities and town would ho very much improved if there could ho I.K.SS I'OLITICS AND MORfbUSL Xf:SS IX LOCAL AFFAIRS. IF REPRESENTATIVE MEN OF THE DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTIE8, INCLUDING PARTY LEADERS, COULD MEET AND AGREE UPON 8UCH MEASURES AND THINGS A3 WOULD BEST PROMOTE THE TRUE INTEREST AND WEL FARE OF THE CITY, IT WOULD BE EXCEEDINGLY HELPFUL A8 WELL AS SURPRISING. The thing that the careful and conscientious leg islator ia most anxious to know and the most diffi cult to ascertain b WHAT THE PEOPLE DE SIRE AND WHAT THEY NEED. When titer Li a practical consensus of opinion his duty is plain. Otherwise he is often at sea and thinks it better to do little or nothing at all. I know our legislatures are composed of good, honest and capable men, reasonable men, favorably deposed to the enactment of 6uch laws as are best for the state and every part of the state. WHAT THEY WANT IS RELIABLE, DEFINITE AND SATISFAC TORY INFORMATION, AND THI8 CAN ONLY BE FURNISHED BY THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES. The Railroad Situation Is Improving Rapidly ALTL'h'AS ber I a.- The (Modoc Co.), Novem Nevad i-Clifornia-( re o tiriala. are vWUiub this section. The purpore .nf tlee visits is not known to the nut-i ier. but that iron railway dbs lanen a ratner cnu-. 80methuu: "is in the wind," ia evi vincini; manner of announcing its in-I den. Condemnation proceedings for teution to luitued iHtely extend its track on northward toard LakTiew. It has Ix'k'uu tbe work and is laying tti trucks along its riuht of why uortb from this city. Mote tbau one half mile ot the tiack bar been laid, and the work mil proceed on every day that It is pnible to do kind of work. No graiuu or ballasting has been do le so tar. the ties beiug laid ou t tie top of the smooth grouud and the rails spiked to them It is repiuted that a hteatu shovel will be usrd to t-uply the material for ballasting and leveling the track, the earfb and giavel to be bulled over the unbal lasted road from points where cuts are uecessary to be made. Couudeuiuation pro eedlugj are to be cninuieuced at once against Nor hrt Mattes and F... Lauer Sous It rights of way across their lands, and it is stated that other rights of way will be closed for as quicklv as the deals cau be arrauged or the lands cao be condemned. Most ot tl e route has alraedy been secured. right of way out of Altu'as to tbe north is among the. ' certainties, however, aud we look,, for important develop ments in tbe . near future. Tbe Vale ! Irian reports that tbe that right-of way for tbe Boise & Coos Bay is being surveyed and right-of-way obtained. The prime movers in the road are ostensibly Col. C. K. S. Wood, of Portland and Wm. Handler, the big cattle man of bums. Tbe real cower back of tbe road is believed to be James J. Hill The survey of laud is in the bands nf tbe Faulkner Bros., of Burns and Lakeview. Coun ty Surveyor Faulkner it ia reported, has charge of tbe work tbro igb Lake County. It is known that he haa been some weeks with a tuveying party but it was reported here be wes working for the O. V. L. Co., sub dividing tbe Chewauuan lands. The new n ad is to practically paral lel tbe east and west line of the Har riman system through Central Oregon. Anent the coming of our railroad the Alturas Floindealer of the 19th says: Wednesday evening a special train came up from Reno having on board a gentleman, asid to belong to Southern Pacific system. Some say be is an iuspector for that read, are sure we dont konw. but recent developments indicate that there will be somethiog doi'jg along the line of the S-C-O. And we join the people of Modoc In the hope that local proph ets are right for uuce. The Alturas Plaindealer, of the 10tb says: It is itupossible'M figure out just what the railroad, people, "have up their sleeve." We know that high ofllicials. tbat isj' high railroad TROUBLE AT PLUSH A report reached town Monday nigbt of a stabbing and shooting affray over at Plush bbtweeu some stock men, Jones on tlm one s'de, and Auglin aud Maboney on th oth er. It seems it is an outbreak of tba old-time wars between tbe sheep and cattle men Jones is a sheep man and the otbeia are cattlemen. A dis pute arose in which Jones Is said to have used a knife on Maboney and three abuts are reported et having been fired at Anglin. Dr. Smith was phoned for, and also Fatbei O'Mal ley. Tbe particulars as to tbe atfray are meagre up to the time of our go ing to press. V v:, , t NJj NEW PENNSYLVANIA TERMINAL, NEW YORK CITY. Wtum the Pennsylvania railroad's new passenger station at Thlrty-flrat tract and Seventh avenue, New Vork city, la completed the company will have apetit about $00,000,000 lu Improving lta terminal facltltiee In that city. Tba station la In tba heart of the city, near Herald square, and will be reached by tunnela under tba Hudson river, extending across Manhattan island an4 Dnder the Eaat rlrer to tba great freight terminal In Long Ulaud City. It win ba tba largeat and tinea uH.saiurr station lu tbe world.