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Lake County Examines
Fred J. How-man
Largest Sworn Circulation in Oregon Outside of Portland
Official County Paper
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Position of Our
By former Congressman CHARLES B. LANDI5 of Indiana.
J HE American merchant marine as at present consti-
C4 tuted i a tiction.
THOSE AMERICANS WHO ARE INFORMED CON-
SIDER OUR NAVY A BLUFF; OTHER NATIONS DO
NOT REGARD IT SERIOUSLY. THEY KNOW THAT
WITHOUT PRACTICALLY ANYTHING IN THE 8HAPE
Xr ADEQUATE MERCHANT MARINE AS AUXILIARY IN TIME OF
VAR IT8 EFFECTIVENESS IS REDUCED TO A MINIMUM.
We have a SPLENDID LINE OF BATTLE
"T3HTPS, but there .it ends. .. When our battleships
nade their cruise around the world every ton of
joal for their boilers was CARRIED IN FOR
Our navy at present is much like an automobile
without gasoline, a department store without clerks,
rich farm without harvesters, plows or wagons.
Now we have virtually no merchant marine. To
build one up a SHIP SUBSIDY IS NECESSARY. Every other
big nation subsidizes her merchant marine.
him to weigh opinion in the even
Imliuire. Unlike .the lawyer, itlwnya
n upet'tnl pleader, or the profciwioiial
men confined ty a narrow outlook on
i single plmne of life, the editor i the
impartial recorder and reviewer
seeking the truth.
A novel way of aiding ' the unem
ployed la being tried la Sootlaud. It
it au tustirauoe against unemploy-
meut. The expeiiinent was luaugiv J
rated by the foiuiatlou ol Labor Exj j
change and Unemploy meut Society. I
Up to the present the organization i
la of a local character but the popu
larity of the idea, accordion to a dls
patoh from Consul llltke at Duuife
tniii . Scotlaud, Bee in a to be attested.
Thie iieiiiiiti Hiimlsslnnu Into the
guild are nxwetieail h eek;y i-mu equal
to about 8 cent, mid after tour
mouths' subscription are pritlledgod
to draw emergency tie iwtit tip to 40
cents per i)hv A leuefit canunt be
ued more tlmn 4M Uya in any year.
The undertakititi wit financed by
popular aul'M'ription, the tiecetwHry
fund Lmtug quickly eoutribuled upou
apical of leaders iu the movement'
for social tettetmeat.
$ FORTUNES MADE
ALBERTA WHEAT LANDS i
The Blated policy of the conserva
tive pHrtt iu ti limine la for (
erumeut HCqinxii inn -t. he 'elt'gruin
and telephones in t unit la. The t
ernuient U cant louM v feeling its
along line nt tdix u licy and has Mi
ready put tele inme and teleiHii
rates under tte acru'luy of th du
nilulnu Board of Railway Coiuui
aiooera. When toe Ualted States k:el
rid "of the "btifi ehs" type of Hi
stripe of Aldricb ami .lot Cannon in
Conjfivaa, aod relncea them with
constructive an I imlriotlo Statstneu.
like LaFollette, Cuuirnins and Hna
tow, there will be government own
er hip rt public utilltiea tbat will
pat stop to graft aud eiploitation
of the people for privnte gain.
By CEORCE E. WALDO. Member of the Mtrchant Mario Coinmiaalorv.
. . .
We have a fine navy, but no means whereby it can be supported
It any distance from shore in the event of war.
THE NEUTRALITY LAWS ALONE WOULD PREVENT OUR OB
"TA1N1NG COAL OR OTHER SUPPLIES IN FOREIGN BOTTOMS, AND,
ASSUMING WE WERE AB'.F. TO GET OUR FLEET AROUND THE
WORN AND INTO THE PACIFIC OCEAN, OF WHAT EARTHLY UCE
'WOULD BE THESE COSTLY CNuifjES OF WAR WITH NO BAJE
OF 6UPPLIES AND FACE Tu r-E WITH A HOSTILE SQUADRON?
That constitutes an imperative reason why some effort should be
made to RESTORE OUR MERCHANT MAHINE whereby we J"?"?6? P""' " compared with
J I fabricated steel. They assert that
tnay have at our command both ships and men. failure on til's part of the roads to
The Colorado immiuration aod tour
lets ratea bureau ia seeking loner
rail w way ratea iitotbe state from the
esat. A noinuiiUe baa been appoin
ted, of which Cior. Sbafrolb ia chair
man, to ask the railroad to make a
925 round trip summer tourist rata
instead of S'W from Chicago to Colo
rado common points, a 17 oue way
bomeseeker'a rate, and alto corres
ponding low ratea from the Missouri
river points. A fund of WO, 000 baa
teen contributed by tbe state to aid
the bureau. The railroads will pre
sent a strenuous opposition to any
attempt to reduce tbeir ratea.
We will sell you a section of the famous Sunny Southern Alberta
wheat laml, that will produce IU) to f() bushels per acre, for a first
cash payment of 82,000 to i $3,000 ami Half the wheat crop on 200
acres yearly until the laml is paid for.
You pet all the crop on any land you cultivate nhove the 200 acres
on which we only get Half.
You do not have to pay one cent in money after the first payment.
Land at 81 f to $25 per acre near railroads aud elevators.
Chance for Capital
We have a solid block of seven sections, consisting of I-H00 acres in
SUNNY ALUKKTA, that wc will sell for $10 ner acre, which is a pecial
buy, on the terms of $0 per acre down, and the balance in one, two
three or four years at only 0 percent interest.
A large part of the land immediately adjoining this tract of land is
under cultivation, and more will be broken up in the spring, by the
settlers to whom we have sold adjoining sections.
One crop of winter wheat will pay lor this land and give you a big
surpbis in the bank besides.
The yield is from 30 to GO bushels, and and at 80 cents, the usual
price secured, you can figure the return, less 812 per acre, a big estim
ate for of production.
Sec us or write us soon, before this opportunity is lost, as these
valuble lands arc being rapidly taken by enterprising Americans.
Call, or write for circulars or further information.
IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Examiner Office. Lokeview. Ore.
Western steel manufacturers bare
asked tbe transcontinental freight
i bureau to establish lower rates on
j shipments ou uutlinshed eteel from
, poiuU east of Missouri river to tbe
j Paciaa coast, by making a ditfereo
l toll of 14.45 a ton in favor of tbe
Br Rcu- Admiral ROBLEY D. EVANS, Retired.
Two things have combined to stunt tbe growth of an American
merchant marine first, the absurdity of congress back in the sixties
in refusing to take back into the service those ships which during the
war were "whitewashed" or adopted a foreign flag during the strug
gle; then, second, the fact that STEAMSHIP STOCKS AND
BONDS DON'T RETURN THE SAME INCOME AS THE
WE ARE WEAK IN AUXILIARIES. NO DOUBT, BUT WE'VE THE
FINEST NAVY IN THE WHOLE WORLD.
While all talk about our weak merchant marine b being noised
ybout it shouldn't be forgotten that we have the FINEST COAST
MERCHANT MARINE IN THE WORLD. But we need a for
eign merchant marine as well.
I ieduce the ratea on unfinished steel
will result io a greater use of foreign
steel on the coast.
Let Us Make Prosperity
A Benefit to All.
By Frejident T AFT.
'gfr'r VERYWIIERE in tLis country there is evidence of pros
O Mmr perity, and if signs do. not fail we are upon an ERA OF
BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AND EXPANSION THAT
HAS NEVER BEEN SEEN IN THIS COUNTRY
We must not forget that here are certain responsibilities. We
tiavo had EVILS GROWING OUT OF OUR PROSPERITY.
Hen have seized power by means of accumulation of wealth and its
use in methods that are not legal and cannot be approved by way of
monopoly and otherwise. Now we are attempting by the general law
the United States to suppress that kind of abuse.
It is to the people we must look for an enforcement of these prin
ciples. You should select your representatives and have them know
yoa are watching them in congress and see that they follow the line
OF COURSE WE WANT PROSPERITY, BUT WE WISH PROS
PERITY IN SUCH A WAY THAT THERE SHALL BE AN EQUALITY
OF OPPORTUNITY AMONG THE INDIVIDUALS SO THAT EVERY
BODY WILL GET HI3 SHARE AND THAT IT SHALL NOT BE CON
FINED TO A FEW WHO MONOPOLIZE THE MEANS OF PRODUC
TION OR THE MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND THUS PRE
VENT THAT EQUALITY OF DISTRIBUTION WHICH WE ALL LIKE
It is a question of the ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW.
While experimenting with umatuer
photography M. A. Vetuick and Dr.
Im M. Early of Columbus, Obto,
discovered a wav of making a new
kind of photograbio printing paper.
A deal was 'dosed at South liend,
Ind., by which a camera company
of Rochester, N. Y., will pny them
SI, 500,000 for tbe secret.
Tbe company could not duplicate
tbe paper patented by tbe Columbus
men. It promises to revolutionize
tbe printing of pbotugrabbs.
The Merrill Record was late Thanks
giving day. Too much turkey 01
"something, " for the corap, and tbe
devil returned tu tbe wanner clime
with which he is most familiar. -
before pbotogrnDhy was app.ied to
stars t he hittbeut n urn tier catalogued
was 407,874. The number of the stars
tbe cameia will show is estimated at
"TTh late Ooveuor Johnnon, of Minn
Hota , tuniHfclf a country newapxper
man, aaiJ thin of bis lifu work; In the
country the editor lives " near to
aa.tures heart." He la part and
parcel of the community life. Kvery
tody knows Lira.' When he'chroulclea
tfvt arrival of the ''bouncing boy,"
re when be extend 'condolence to
Cbe bereaved family," thoae Interested
feel the Ken tie touch of a friendly
hand. lie rccordu triumphs ami huc
cesHea sn the spirit of participation;
hia chronicle ot viclaltudes and strug
gles and corrowa haa the element of
personal sympathy. The environ
ments and the dot lea of the country
editor ter( to make him a fair critic
and aafe judge of men and measures,
for tbe natuee of big work accustoms
Are Now In Ordei
Your business Is one of your
best friends. Why not flva
It suitable present some
new and attractive station-'
ery, for Instance, such as we
are prepared to print for you
st rtaht pricea?
Tbe Santa Ke has just completed
the Installation ot tbe telephone train
dispatching aysteiu from Chicago to
Chlllicotbe. Hi.. 13 miles. Ttier ar
thirty way atatlons which may be
reached by tbe dispatcher by aimply
pressing tbe button With tbe com
pletion of ;thls circuit the Santa Fa
trains out of Chicago are now band
led by telephone aa far as Newtoo,
Kai., a total of 600 miles.
GIVE US YOUR PRINTING
This office baa put in 82.000 worth
of tbe latest type and machinery
and carries 11,000 worth of printers
stock, so that there is no need of a
dollar's w-.itb of rioting being eeut
for to outside points. We cau do auy
work as good aa can be gotten any
where, lie patriotic aod keep our
mouey a, borne Don't send away for
anything you (tan get here. Tbat is
tbe way to l ulld op a town.
The Furniture Dealer,
WouM call your attention to the fact that he has
The Largest Stock of Furniture
on hand that has ever been carried in stock in
Lakeview. Art Squares, Kugs, and in fact Every
thing in the Furniture Line. Six different Pat
terns of Linokutn. Six different grades of mat
tresses. Call and inspect his stock.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKKN,
notice la hereby Riven that all Irriga
tion, or mlllract diuhca on all trout
atreama throtiRht Lake County. Ore
gon, tnuat be acref'ut'd with a mnall
meat) wire Hcreenlng at their head or
Junction with the main channel of
atream. Alao all damn or obntruct
lona ou aald Htrrarna tnuat be pro
vided with u flali-ladder, or other eaay
meauH of pannage, at or near the mid
die of the main channel, no a to al
ow the puHaage of trout at all time
of year, aa provided by law. Said
work to 1m done at low water time,
or to be completed by Feb. 7, 1!HI7.
liy order of J. A. IJarhain.
Suecial Deputy Hah Warden for
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Childrea
The Kind You Have Always Bought
O. O. ARTHUR. PmoriMi0m
The. lArgeat Livery and Feed Stable In southern Oregon
or Northern California. Ilor-n-a llourded by the Day, Week
or Mouth. Special Attent'-in Given to Transient Stock
European Plan Everything
from a Cup of Coffee to a
Square Meal Call and Iry
Us Vou will Come Again.
E. E. SWENSON, Proprietor.
I. O. O. F. Block, Lakeview, Ore.
Sigli-VU.'J VI -jret
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ep I1 JJ 1 VlJ ro rs ,n th Ccunty Reords. 3
W . . M
m Abstract of Title to all Lands in
NOT1CK FOR PUBL1CATON
In United 8tnten Land Ofllce Lake
view, Oregon, Nov. 20th, 1'JOO.
Notice is hereby given tbat the
Northern Pacific Kail way Company,
whose poat-ofiice address la St. Paul,
Minnesota, has tbla '20th day of No
vember. VM, tiled io this otlice its
application to select under the provia
ions of the Act of CongreHH, ap
proved July 1, 1H!'8, (30 Stat. &U7, fi'20).
NWJNEJ. B.NEi, N.'tfNWL N'iSE'.
Section 10, T. 3HS.. R. 17E., VV.M.
Any and all persons ulaming adver
sely the lands described, or desiring
to object because of the mineral
character ot the laud, or for any
other reason, to the diaponal to ap
plicant, should file their affidavits of
proleHt in tbla onice on or before tbe
20th day of Januaiy liHO.
ARTHUR W. ORION Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department Of The . Interior, U. 8.
Land Otlice at Lakeview, Oregon,
Nov. Sid. 1909.
Notice la hereby given that John
.lacob Van Keuten, of Plush, Oregon,
who ou April )!. l'J0, made Home
stead entry No. 3971, Serial, No. 0I&19,
for lota 1.2.3; SWNEJ, Seot'on 1,
Township 303., Range 24E., Willam
ette Meridian, baa tiled notice ol
intention to make Final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Regluter and
Receiver, U. H. Land Otlice, at Lake-
view , Oregon , on tbe 7tn a ay ot Jan
Claimant names as illnesses:
W, Jfl Schuster, of Plush, Oregon
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tit A. JUiitnn, - j v
Otto Korbeio, of
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AKTU Ult V7. ORTON. BelgstHr
Lake County Furnished.
Tract Index Abstracting Co.
Wm. JACOBS, Manager.
LAKV1EW, - - ORECON,
The Real Home Pcper.
The San Francisco
M. H. de YOUNG.
Sane, Conservative and Well Edited.
Sunday's in Colors
Wm. Wallace, Dealer at Lakeview, Ore.