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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1909)
NTY KXAM1MI, . r t . OKKOON, Tlll'H.SDA, DKCKMHKK 2, HHMf
Lake County Examine
Prkd J, Bowman
Largest Sworn Circulation in Oregon Outside of Portland
Official County Paper
RrnuUr utantllne. a1 11.00 an Inrh, alncl
tnlunm peo, fwr month. All tan.lln e.U.
etianirril (r.f twl.-e month. I'oat of roinpo""
fan oh'n-1 forell f xtra ctianften. All v"clal
IKWIttonn extra. All abort tfrra a.i. extra
RoJ.t. local column, 1V. prr lino each In
oltloti. Want ml. .V. lin farh inn-rtton
rt of thankn fl.W. Resolutions of comlo
fenrr, fl M ami u;v'f.!i. '
Trattalciit Advi'Mteing and Job Print
ing, rash In advance.
All WIU mint be paid the flrat of each month.
'n ear. In a.lvanei'. tUV
tlx mnplh. " ;
Three inoothi, "
If not paltl in advance, Si JO the yeaf.
Notice to Subacrlbere
Lnoorioert to I he Fiatnlner who remoT
O from one locality ti another, r ehanir.
their ptornp aildreM ahonld remitnbor to
Jrop ttile ottioe a card an their paper can bo ad
Irwwed to the right poatorBee.
Just, Criticisim of Our Courts
is Made by Our Prominent. Men
HORTICULTURE IN SCHOOLS.
Extraordinary Profits Unquestionable Security
Invest in Trineo Rupert through our Uenl Ustfite shares, M-lling at par SlO.OCj
uershurc. As n part of our plan for handling our rapidly growing business and loij
increase its eapneity, we otter to a limited number the opportunity to share etpialy
with us in the lame profits eertain to accrue. The tnmi.-v rcci iv.d lv tlw (.timiiinvi
fot tvry khhI t through the sale of its shares is invested in choice Prince Kupcrt renltv, under the direct'
The recent decisions of the United
States Court ttt St. Paul tnd St.
Louis that the Standard Oil l an il
legal concern aud compelling its dis
solution is an inidoation
lower courts are right. But it may
be the Supreme Court will
punishment, and enjoy their ill
j Under such circumstances it is
not at all surprising that there has
I ben conlsderahle critcism of the
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that the! nourts ot late, some prooauiy uujubi
and eomajust; but the most caut
i tin critioiam ia that of Dean William
undo the, , h. i:anru U'mK
Nhy Encouragement Should Be Otoe
to Teaching IL
No ronrt to the city or town bcantl
fill can In any way t tuttde more f
fectlve than the one which lend,
through the public aehooK for v, h!cb
reason all osslblo encouragement
rhould be given t the teaching of hor
th'tilture during the early years of the
pupil attendance, we need text
book on the eubject
I.. ,L. - . , ,
in me o'uuin'u mnooin. A ivio nsnm-in- i I 1 1 1 1 I f I i 11 " r i
tlcm should titke some concerted :tc- "I'V " me ikijimi tt I'liiuuis. I lie opportunity IS CXtraonilliary DCCaUSC Ol II1C
tion in nrRtn f,rwnrti this w..tk nnd 'profit sharing plan by which vou tnav share in all the profits of the Compaip ' itr-
...l.t ...... .1.1.. .... 1 "11a1 '
alike. These could be distributed f"
teaehcrs and stieh others nt ni'pllcd
for them, and In time nil wou'd bt
come so Interested thnt the dennrd
for text bHka on the subject would
make compllnnce necessary.
At present we hnve school amicus,
nature study, elementary horticulture
and other phases of the work In Isolat
ed cases) where the teachers nre some
what Interested or where some civic
body has forwarded the work. What
we now need la a standardisation of
the work through co-oiKrtlon of nil
good work of the district courts, as Digtou Uoiterslty
was the case when Judge Landls fined i D8t0Q U. C. bo
thmt gigantlo octopus r29,(XX),0UO.
Anotner indication of tbedisrnsi
tioa ot the lower courts, who are
earcat the people, to mete oat Jos
tle to the big criminals is the
attempt to place millionaire U Clay
f lha WatAra. Pincra Oil
. . iL- i m i the rest of the ciTiliz"Hl world. No
""P'1" t-uiu- i nnatf.nPtiTa n
Law so boot. Wash
said in a recent
'In no other free and civilized
country are toe laws so ill admin
istered as in the United States We
lead the world iu most ot the great
struggles maukind ia making, but
la the administration of tbe law
America lass two generations behind
constructive reforms of a coniDrehen-
jory for falsely swearing that hisaiT0 kln(j Dave
ooniDDiT had no connection with the , tempted since tbe
si.nrfni Oil Intumata- Tha ease is Dudly Field, now
being desperately fought in all the
rooks and tarns of tbe law. and if
la spite of it all, Piero4 lands in the
penitentiary, the other big crooks
anay well tremble in tneir boots
and begin to tbink of emirgatlng.
Bat, in spite of all these attempts
to reaoh the big rascals, whrtber
eon vie ted or not, it ia evident to tbe
anost tthallo mind that there is
something wrong with our criminal
procedure and with our Courts.
Theodore Koosevelt saw tbe need
ot a reformation in this respect, and
even President Taft, himself a law
yer and a jadge, has raised bis voice
gainst the tendency of tbe times,
where our courts, instead of pr.n
niflbing tbe guilty great malefactors
who have filcbed millions, ojpeu
and oave the way for them to escape
been seriously at-
days of David
pesssed a half a
century or more. Our inefficient
procedure in civic actions is a re
proach to tbe oatlon and a diegrace
to tbe bar, while our procedure in
criminal cases, with its enormous
expense, its incredible delays, and its
frequent and gross miscarri"gea of
justice, is a stench in tbe nostills
of tbe nations."
lie euggested no remedy for the
prevail'og conditio s, but to the
thoughtful man, tbe remedy Is in
the simplification ot tbe laws, rules
ot practice and applying no atten
tion to previous cases decisions and
procedure. Right is Justice and
every litigant is entitled to tbat as
well as tbe criminal..
The remedy for tbe reformaton of
our courts from tbe euureme court,
even provide leaflets calculated , rapidly increasing bllsilH SS
rest nnd Instruct old nud youn.-l
PRINCE RUPERT BUSINESS PROPERTY
will make fortunes for those who invest in it now, as did Portland, Seattle, Spokane'
and Vancouver real estate, for those who invested iu these cities ten years ago.
TODAY PRINCE RUPERT IS THE CYNOSURE OF ALL EYES. '
No other city'on this continent is making such rajiid advancement iu population, j
commerce and building. Trince Rupert's present and lutuie growth insures investors,
in our shares a combination of safety, high returns and iureasing value, which is not
ottered in an equal degree by any other form of investment oncn to the miblic today. i
interested and the issuance of some j iVcst vour surplus funds with this Compaiivand share in this great proirrcss and1
printed matter bearing the stamp of ir t n tit lmwwC i i , . ? ' . ...
auroral of those in authority, with prosperity. If you have $50, $100 or $1000 which you would invest where it will,
provide a large income witn me opportunity tor great profits, then subscribe for some
of these shares. !
We refer, by permission, to the Hank of Nova Scotia, Vancouver.
Write or wire your order for shares today Dott't delay.
Prince Rupert Real Estate Investment Co. Ltd.
410 Loo Building, Vancouver, B. C. Prince Rupert,, B C.
the aid of some simple leaflets, supple
mented by a few seeds nnd living
plants, we may soon hnve growing up
a generation of lovers of the beautiful
tn nature that will transform our pres
ent unattractive and wholly arttflctal
cities and towns Into gardens of en
trancing beauty. Soon after the Insti
tution of the preliminary work herein
suggested there would follow a gen
eral and widespread demand for more
literature, for more school gardens,
for more plants In and about the
schools and homee; more trips afield
arould be taken, a closer association
with nature would result in the exten
sive planUng of tree, shrub and vine
ia both public and private places, and
ere long the city and town beautiful
would come ..almost unconsciously,
whereby all vvonld be more happy,
healthful and longer lived. Loe An
VALUE OF ORGANIZING.
GIVE US YOUR PRINTING
TbU i tHc has put In 2."0(X) 'worth
of tbe Uteat tvpe and tuanbtnery
and carrie f I.IHX) worth of printers
atock. no thai there ia no need of a
toiler's w tth of rioting being sent
r.ir to otituHe poluta We can do any
ork as muni aa can be gotten any
where. Me patriotic) aod keep )our
'tiniit-v h h mi Don'l send away for
Hiiytlil v yon run vet here Tbat la
i lie ay to uild up a town.
p MM lOOOt O OIOIO O
How United Effort of a Town's So
eietiea Can Boom Horn. Trade.
Tbe work done by the boards of
trade and other commercial bodlea In
the larger cities twit be duplicated by
similar organizations In the smaller
cities and towna. This Is not a mere
matter of theory, but has been 'proved
In practice hundreds of times. It mat
ters not what the body Is called. It Is
the purpose, the enthusiasm and the
intelligent work for local betterment
that count It should Include business
and professional men and all others In-
Arxa,n un m.ii. th.m all ainntivo ' terested In the community's future.
and subject to recall, wh.re glaring , Pe,may can render are
...... I invaluable. It can advertise the town
injustice is done. , OQ &a& M u cm d(r.
m mm . I crease local misunderstandings and
'differences, allay mere factional spirit
. a ' and harmonize these, at leant to the ex-
The American Tariff is a Good Dtty ot ua"i,mf(for he rmn,,a
j au uj'lui iu i iia, va aa vvn h, i it ai'avi
I ing nnd increasing home trade. In get
ting Improved railroad facilities, In
procuring cleaner streets, more sightly
houses nnd lawns and In the general
effort for town progress all citizens
are Interested. These results can best
be brought about through united and
Not only commercial bodies, but so-
Thing for the Trusts and Canada
The American tariff undoubtedly
ie a good thing for all special and
class interests. Tbey thrive and
wax great upon it But, bow about
the couBUtter? How about tbe poor
laboring man, iu wboee interests, the
loud mouthed averaf Congressman
wrougfully asserts such legislation
ia enacted? itis also a good thing
for Canada, and bus been a leading
factor iu the rapid growth of our
active and terile iiortbetn neighbor.
Pages could be written to deinon
trate the fai.-t. It has bt-en the nieaan
of driving American men there by
tbe thouan.Js and American money
by tbe niilli us, hico could have
been kept at borue, if tbat country
bad been giveu re(:iiroctiy, or even
a lov tariff.
Iu ci.tnmiiienting ujon this matter
th Uobtbn Herald, puLlis id iu tbe
chief center of the tariff Iniquity,
'According to tbe department of
commerce and labor, tbere are now
117 branch factories in Canada, re
presenting a capita) of $i2i5.0O0,CXX) cret societies, social organizations nnd
estanlished by United State concerns' even schools, can assist powerfully In
which formally suppli-rt tbelr CaDa-j the work. But the board of trade or
dian trade with the product of the similar body under whatever name
industry on this side of tbe National i ,,. , ..... t ,w
. , ' rrv,;, : ii called must take the lead and set the
border. IhiH is tbe result of re 1 ... ,
taliatory legislation in Canada ia-j Pace- Suh ,,n organization, holding
vited by our own tariff against : regular weekly, semlweekly or month
Canadian imports. If further taritt j mcctlngo. with Mi!romrnlttfcs to
war is invited by imposition of tbe, look nfter different departments of the
maximum schedules agaiust Cana work, will find Innumerable ways to
da. still more United States capital I holi. thi rnnvif. nimi. vw (nrinstrioa
linn r t ipr wta txnt .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKUN.
notice Iri hereby Klvcn thitt all Irriga
tion, r inlllrHcf tlltchtu n all trout
MtrtatiiH throngbt Luke ('otiuty, On
Kon. niuHt Ir Hcrwncd with a hiiihII
mesh wire ncroi-nlng; at Hudr head or
Junction with the main channel of
stream. Aleo all dams or obstruct
ions on ealii streams must Itv pro
vided with u flwh-ladtler, orothcreasy
nieuns of pimnnge, at or near the mid
dle of the main channel, mo as to al
ow the pnHHiige of trout at all time
of year, iui provided by law. Said
work to be done at low water time,
or to lie completed by !!. 7, 1IM7.
By order of J. A. Ilarhain.
Soeclal Deputy fish Wardciw for
South Central Oregon Land Co.
Main Office at Plush, Lake County , Oregon.'
Specialties; Warner Valley Improved farms, jj
Kruit Iand5, Alfalfa lands. Choice' stock-ranch-
es. Large tracts for Colonization purposes. a
Agents for Plush Townslte. Settlers located Q
on choice vacant Government Lands. Climate j
and water supply unexcelled. Large Irrigation i
works underway. Correspondence solicited. 5
Addr.ss all communications to Secretary Q
South -Central-Orcgpn Land Company, Plush,
Lake County, Oregon.
CASTOR I A
For Infauti and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
will go over tbe line l,o rrovide em
ploymeut and wages for Canadian
workmen. At the present time
United States manufacturers of cot
ton are eujoviag a rich Canadian
market. Iu September we extort" to
Lriti.-b .North America tflo7.M2
north of cotton manufactures, for
the nine months of the year Sl.CI'H,
OIL) worth. What will thesft high pro
teutiouists of the cotton mills say
of a tariff bill tbat compels retalia
tion and incurs a prohibitive duty
destrutcive of this market?
can be procured, the tsurroundlng terri
tory can be canvassed for trade, nud,
above all, local spirit can be kept nllve.
Tho very fact of the existence? of nurb
a body has a Kiitrgesilve value of great
power. Organize for your own town.
Cities are built not alone with wood
and Ktone, brick and mortar, but out
of the public spirit of their people.
NOTICE FOK PL'BLICATON
Iu United States Land Ofilce Lake
view, Oregon, Nov. 'JOtli, l!H):i.
Notice is hereby giveu tbat the
Northern I'Hcific iiailway ('ouiinny.
whose po'jt-oflice address is St
O. D. ARTHUR, PnoMiittf
The Sargent Livery and F'eed Stable In Southern Oregon
or Northern California. llor-'H Hoarded by tbe Day, Week
or Month. Special Attention filven to Tratialent Stock
Hello! There ! Hello!
STOR AND THINK I
S. T. Colvin
The old Stocl ennui find Kaiiclicr has ptirclniscd the
Furniture Store ot II I,. Chandler. He is puttintr in a luV
Miuuesota. has this 20 in dHy of No- stack of oods and in iiiarkiii; down every tiling so that
SpiKiffii aSKi a'od.'r'ii.r pls" can live by In, yi..W furniture of him Call anl loo.l at
i ........ r 1 1 l wv . .
or tne .Kit or UorirfrHss, ap- ! HIS LrOV(lS. .ir. a I'll IK1 ill 1 laiTIS, tllC CX
d July 1, 1HIIH, ,':)() Stat. .r.!l7, ; l ). i . I Mil l 'i
iEi, s'.nej, N' .NU, n.!sk':,; tkerf will he there to wait on you any t
BUILDING CF BRIDGES.
The Crownea Heads of Europe
Are to Feast on Oregon Apples
Apples ktoau in Oregon and Wah
tnr.ton will tmcu the tables of Euro
neau royalty tbis winter, through
. i. . i .. . . i i 1 1 ; 1 1 i.
lue piti iu ut uw u. I 1 111, LI1T-
tjreat Noitlj.ru lih' jit. Alio I'h.i ,
oi len-1 piU b of the I e-t at pb-!- '
di.-plaviil :tt. tins Spokii.e applw itiiw. !
lie h'lH wirnd if Spokane iiL'e;;t to1
liv :!') :i I'D if necessary. Hh his
he ! t s ! be fcppIfrH for Cbl i-tllihH
ireseuthto tiie foMowiuu: "hoyiii
and titled tola's of KuropH biddinu :
fctnek in Hill roads. the (viieen of;
Denmark, Uie Kin of Knulau ., 1
the i'.iii cror of (ieruiauy, titled ,
meuit'crs of tiio liritish ParUtneiit ;
and (ieri-i in ami Bwedinb peisouiiyes
of royal blood." Apples will be
;ece l from fruit tirowu aiouu j
the ilitl hues and from tbe Dos
ChrnVtt Valley. In this move of iMr. J A disl iuKitistie 1 pioneer of the
Hill we sen what be inteuds doiun for j state was laid to rest duriiiK the pat
! Kasteru orejon, now that he is iu- week. Joseph H. Lambert was
terested, and what bo w ill do f or ' widely known as tha oi initiator of
Lake County bo soon as bis Oregon ' the fam"us La- bert cbarry aud bis
Trunk line reaches our doors. ' serviea to ad vane e the hoi ticultural
i iuterest of 'the state were very
'J here will ue no dicuuuitiou dur-, valuable. He died Mt adtuueed uuo of
ing tbe year of UUO in the efforts of 83 years.
the tranhcontinental railways to
brink' new comers and settlerB to the
Northwest. The (iiaet Northern an
Loutices the ar poiutn ent of K. C.
Ltedy as ueneral iiutpitTatif u agent
to succeed Max Cmrp, deceased. Mr
L !H ly in wtll known t bronvboiit tije
N rttiAe.r, nil.' biryo troit in'er-e-t-i
in the Weoiitcheo Vailey.
il- i-i in pui-ltiou ti teil prospective
settlers what can be ilone iu this
part ot lhit i:ou try from actual ex
peiieiice his hiaduarters will be in
Si. i'aui nnd Cnicauo, To assist in
the w rk, the (jreat Northern lias
opened exhibit rooms in St. lJaul,
near the union ftation where trave
lers can inform themselves.
Utility Should Co Hand In Hand With
Beauty In Public Structure.
In the deftlKuIng and building of
bridges art and utility should ko band
In band, more especially If they are
public structures used and lewed by
great numbers of people each day hi
the year. A lare bridge may be made
Just an beautiful or as unbeautiful as
may city balls, courthouse and other
prominent public edifices;. With all
the poHHlbillttes In this direction,
brldves of the pre-'ent oflc; apin'nr n
coini.Inatli n of sirenL'in -ind irlluc.-'.s.
In 1':e i; :i':l:i;.' i,f the el'y or ti '.vn
lCi'i i.:'ul a:i ert coiiiiid.-;: 1 n '1:4 needed
'b.'.t will I'M only walch' ovei' the Ce
il' i I ai d con: fril'-th n of cpy hall
ind lihiuy, I, lit pay (final r.t tent Ion t
city and town bridges.
It often reenrs thit a jitilillc bridge
provides mi nilviinl.i'eous viewpoint
where ; n il natural beauty may be
presold. -il Iji u more impressive outlook
t'n is p'.s.sible from any other posi
tion, in hk Ii places man Ikih no moral
riirht to miir the landscape with hid
eous examples of his handiwork.
Section 10, T. :!hH.. K. I7h.. U'. M
Any aud all persons . laminy ndver
sely the lands described, or desiring
to object becaiisH of the mineral
character of the laud, or tor any
other riason, to the disposal to ap
plicant, should fl lo tueir affidavits of
protest Iu this olflee on or before the
20th day of Januaiy 11)10.
AKHTUi: W. OUTON HeciHter.
Removing a Blot.
"M'ster," liniuired the tramp, "would
youse conlrlbuto a dollar to help beau
tify your town?"
"What's the Idea?"
'Tor a dollar I'll move on to de next
town." Washington Herald.
Be who has many
friends has no
NOTICE FOK I'L'ULIOATION.
Department Ot The Interior. U. S.
Land Oflic.e at Lakeview, Oregon,
Nov. 2'ld. 1909.
Notice is hereby t'iven that John
.la cob Van Kenton, of l'lusli, Oregon,
who on April :id. 11)08, made Home
stead eutrv Nfl. i:)7 1 , Serial. No. 0!YI!,
for lots 1,2.3; iSW!4NE'. Sect 'on 4,
Towustnii !iJS., Kiiuyu 2110., Willam
ette Meridian, has tiled notice of
intention to make Final Commutat ion j '
Proof, to establish claim to the land I tJ
above described, before I.egiHter and
Receiver, (J. S. Laud Officii, at Lake-!
view , Oregon , on the Tth day of Jan-
uary, 11)10. i
Claimant, iiauies as witnesses:
Vj M-liiiHier, ol rjush, Oreu'on
.1. A. Morris, of "
Otto Koihein. ot " "
James Turpin. of '! "
A Kill L'K A . OUTON, liciuster
N '.Ti D.IO
We Have Found Those Er- Jjj
I VI O Ail UUV KefVUlllijr IVCWI Ui yrj
lg Abstract, of Title to all Lands m 18
LfUKG ouniy rurnisnea.
Tract Index Abstracting Co.
Wm. JACOBS, Manager.
LAKV1EW, - - OREGON,
NOTICE FOK rL'iiLlCATlON-l-SOLATKU
Public Lain! SaU. 1 )opai tlnei: t of
Tfie Interior, U. S. Land Ofilce at
Lakeview, Oregon, Oct., 2.1th. 11)011.
Notice Is hereby given that, as di
rected ny the Commissioner of the
(leneral Laud Office, under provi
sions of Act of Concress ai firoved
,lu ue 27. WW (HI States., .rjl7). we,
will offer at public .ale, to the high
est bidder, at 10 o'clock A. AI., on
the tenth day of December, 1U01J at
thin office, the followlug described land
SE quarier SJ'1 quarter, Kectiou 20
T :W 8., 17. E., W. AI.
Any persons claiming adversely tbe
above described laud are advise i to tile
their claims oi objections, on or bo
fore the time designated fur the sale.
KTuUK W. OKTON, Keglster.
ihe Real Home Paper.
M. H. de YOUNG.
Sane, Conservative and Well Edited.
DailySunday W cekly
Sunday's in Colars
Wm. Wallace, Dealer at Lakeview, Ore.