Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, January 13, 1910, Page TWO, Image 2

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Lake County Examine
FkkdJ. Ho man
Largest Sworn Circulator. ir Oregon Outside of Portland
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ADYr.H UMNO KTb-.
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acrltttra
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in her i.
'n He
Shamoless Trust Doi Aina on Means
Utu i of the Republican Party
Tbs prog i . sive elf .i' nt iu both the
United M i Senate and tbe IToune,
are to feel the weight 'f dipioaaure
j the Aldricb Cam
and trust
and etery'onenf the slave of the inter
est;. te he of high or low degree, and
in tbeir place send men who are wiTP
iog to work lor the people, aud not
oroird, wit ! tbe questionable backlog
ji Mr. Tsft, who is to with draw all
"federal patrouage fruui the tno who
dare to make a fight aeaiut' further
dispoilment of the peonle . .
Aod uot content with that tb Powers
Tbat Be now purpose osiDg the power
ji the government, together with un-
limited moony from the trusts which
trtjey have robbed the people of, to de
feat tbeee men for re-election,
it it openly stated by the admin is
' test I on tbat it would rather fcava eer
Kile democrats tbaa insurgent re
pabiicaos. There is no doubt aftont it.
But where in Bucb case is the oft
vaanted fe&lty to party?
Does it cot resolve itself down to
the point tbat there is no party, ex
oept tbat dominated by the trust in
fluences? However, if the people are tre to
tbeir interests they will see to it that
every ooeoof sucb men are returned
to Congress bv overwhelming majori
ties !
Tbe voters 'iould also mark each
' for tbe trusts.
If. as tbe Aldrioh Caooon crowd
claim.it is to be war to toe knife, let
theQghtgo oa.
Tbe people can rule if they ao will.
isn't it a nioe state of affairs when
a whole Congress of tbe United StaeU
is awed and dominate 1 by tbe truai
hireling, Alditob and Cannon?
Where are our vaunted free men in
this ao called "Land of tbe Free and
the Home of tbe Brave?" . Where are
our statesmen? statesmen? esla
few. like LaFollette, Cummins,
Ciaop, Biietow, in tbe senate aud
Mardook. and Miller in the House,
and a few others, hut the rest are
a mere pap-euoking rabble I
Miss Anna Morgan, daughter of J.
P., whose aid and sympathy has been
of immense beueflt to tbe poor sink
ing shirt-waist makers in New York,
objects to socialism among the girls. ,
But this amiable young lady seems
unable to comprehend that the acts of
oer bucrai fat er and others of bis
ilk are doiux more to make socialism
a reality in tnia country than any
other factor.
Mm. 1'mikhumt In Amrrin
Tbe visit to Now York r M'
airline I'ankhnrst. lender of nn- i
taut English sufTraia'tics. call mi'"
tlon anew to t tii difference tietv
American and HiltlMi iiirriii:e iiumii
otls. Mrs. I'liiiUlniiHt excitM' the vn
lenoe nnplojod by Imt party mi ti"
ground tlmt It U inMt;iry to liri'im
ttn piVKs tuiyiott: i hut thoy voiild ni
grt puMU'lty without resort Inn to mn-
sntloniilNin. uiul wlllimii putillctur '
i
they could not nmke thlr muse )
vital Issuo. 8 ho y funlHT t tint thev '
actiil on the mlvk-p of foriniT l'rciiiir
Dnl four. It would In' unkind to auti
pest thm Mr. Ha I four nhrvvilly aa
vlsil t ti i . move to embarrass the Lib
eral pivertunent Omni Inn bis ginxl
faith, was hi counsel wise? It has
resulted In Htullng a lare iiuiiiIht of
leading Kiifllshwonteu to Jn 11. but has
It adranit.J the cause of sufTraKe?
Whatever limy be the answer aa to
England, It certainly is true that such
violence would not hnve helped votes
for WLinon In America. Indeed, sucb
a situation would have been Impossi
ble here.
Perhaps Mrs. Pa nk hurst's most tell
Inif point In her Cnrnegle bull address
waa her appeal to men. After recount
ing the battles men bad fought to gain
their rights she said, nddresstng men
collectively, "What would you do In
our place?" The question, of couno.
brought a storm of npplauso, but sober
second thought dissipates Its force.
Right In Sirs. Paukhurst's own coun
try of Kngland urn u hood suffrage tins
been much extended In the past cen
tury and without such sensntlonal aud
violent scenes as have attended the
Pankhurst style of campaign. Hut
even if men had used force, does It fol
low that woman should employ the
same weapon? Can she uot make her
highest and most effective appeal In a
more gentle and winning way?
I
CANADA
FORr iL je ALBERTA WHEAT LANDS
, v i .1 1 ' ,
ll sell you n section of the famous Sunny Southern Alberta
i cut I uul, that will produce .'JO to f0 bushels per acre, for a first
cash im.Miieut of SL'.COO tt) $a.0()() atul Half the wheat crop on 200
acres yearly until the land is paid for.
You get all the crop on any land you cultivate above the 200 ncrcs
on which we only net Half.
You do not have to pay one cent in money after the first payment.
Land at SI 5 to $25 per acre near railroads and elevators. ....
SPECIAL
A life Insurance company cashier In
New Tork stole $4,000. That used to
be about the price of a lunch In the
Chance for Capital
We have a solid block of seven sections, consisting of -1-800 acres in
SUNNY ALHliKT.S, that we will sell for $10 mr acre, which is a .special
buy, on the terms of 6 per acre down, and the balance in one, two
three or four years at only ( percent interest.
A larjje part of the laud immediately adjoining this tract of land is
under cultivation, and more will be broken up iu the spring, bv the
settlers to whom we have sold adjoining sections.
One crop of winter wheat will pay lor this land and give you a big
surp'us in the bank besides.
The yield is trom 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.
See us or write us soon, before this opportunity is lost, as these
valuble lands are being rapidly taken by enterprising Americans.
Call, or write for circulars or further information.
IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Examiner Office, Lakeview, Ore.
were S33,000,0U0. The people wbo
have hewn talking in a jeering and
disrespectful way of the "pocket
the liiiiiios-i uiul doing the town.
days wh.'ii .li-n Haen Hyde was In , i, nroiigii"ho ul.t sit up and take no-
j t !.. The "Shkh BiUah Slate" I
sorely c-oniiug into ht-r own, ttu'l slit)
! is worthy I
... Jft
Why Are 44Toney
Lust" Crimes
:V Left Unpunished?
We see tii-u t tin i s only nil lilt
agluary iM.uinlnr.v line iiu nothing at
all resembling a real harrier IIkH sep
anites the repui.iii-s iimt border on
the Kin liramle.
If I.loyil-Uenrge Mii Hie limine of
lords out of business he can never
hope to round up the American In-lrexs
vote.
Melting pot days for crowns threat
ens to become aHpular holiday of the
future In Europe.
By THOMAS R. MARSHALL. Governor of Indiant.
HE average man today in America will go to hi ut
torney to ascertain precisely Low far be may go with
out TUMHLISO OVER THE DRINK OF THE
PRECIPICE and landing in the penitentiary.
THE OLD CRIMES ARE STILL PUNISHED.
DER IS PUNISHED: LARCENY IS PUNISHED;
CLARY IS PUNISHED. BUT HOW ABOUT THOSE CRIMES
ARE NOT PUNISHABLE UNDER EXISTING STATUTE3? HOW
THE CRIMES OF MONEY LUST?
The manufacturer, for instance, who employs improper preserva
tives in food to save a few dollar's what shall we say of him? The
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MUR-BUS-
WHICH
ABOUT
1 The New York Independent thinks
, it is time from a halt in the warship
; hiii armament nmHnefH of tbe na
tiuiM of the earth, which im kiipov
erinhi'iK ,11. and suuiektij that Theo
d"i K iopeielt be culled and cortiU-
flnne I to lead liU evHUKtil u in O n u the
nations. It i-ayi :
j 1 1 h ii tbe rnriHt diritinuuiiilied and
tiopiilur nruate l ilizen of the world,
.and is hell in hitf'i repute by the
;iulr8 of other tmtioua, esoeeially the
i emperor ot tiermany, whose cnopera
j tion would be the most dittlcult to
obtain Tbe first mention to-vard
such an eoteroriae should be made
effecU of the preservatives upon the child's life may havs never been ty President Taft. Will he make it?
adequately tested. It may kill the child. 13 the manufacturer who j Or would Kooevelt, wbo ha martail
i. ,...,.!. ...1. . .wl ,.,.L. ..r.;,,.l.. tl, insnucis. oousen:
mane ll.-i- ui sill 11 miusiuiici;; ciiiu auiii., jinas uiuuiiT.j''u.ii(T, i.,.
rhk of killing a child to he looked upon as LESS GUILT V because
CUILT IS NOT SO OI'EN as that of the thug who thrusts
a knift! hetween your shoulders in a dark alley? Are the railroad
director, who TAKE CHANCE AND PERMIT THEIR PAS
SENGERS TO RE KILLED not to be held to a moral accounting?
It might seem shocking were I to call the man who had originated
these di'vi-.-es which imperil human life a murderer. It is an ugly
word ind.jed, and yet does it iiot in a measure seem applicable?
We have not yet in America reached the stage of development
where w- are ready to HOLD A MAN RESPONSIBLE EOR
THOSE DEEDS WHICH HE DOES NOT ACTUALLY COM
MIT WITH HIS HANDS, but this higher morality must and will
be developed among us.
WE SHALL YET SEE THE DAY WHEN A MAN WILL NOT GO
TO HIS LAWYER TO DISCOVER WHAT IS RIGHT AND WHAT IS
WRONG; WHEN HE WILL LOOK WITHIN HIMSELF AND ANSWER
THOSE SIMPLE QUESTIONS WITH A STURDY INTEGRITY.
Graving For Gold Is
Digging Nation's Grave.
To bring about sucb a oonsumniat iou
would be a far higher honor and
would yield a far grater and endur
ing (ilory than to be j resident, king
or emperor.
IV
OK
TA
By Senaloi- MOBINT L. TAYLOR of TennolM
-nr- F THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WERE TURNED AS A NATION
) THE HtAVtNLY K I NUUUIYI I BtLltVt I ntT WUUUU
10 UP THE STREETS OF GOLD AND PUT A PROTECTIVE.
TARIFF ON THE HEARTS OF THE ANGELS TO PROVIDE
REVENUE FOR THE AMERICAN NATION.
US
Wealth and power go band in hand, and these have brought death
and ruin to tverv nation under tbe rays of the
golden Bun, and surely are they not LEADING
THIS GREAT AND BEAUTIFUL AMERICA
TO THAT VERY END? Wealth and power
have dug tbe grave of every nation, and. are they
not DIGGING THE BLACK GRAVE OF THE
AMERICAN NATION 1
In church, polities, social lif in fact, every
phase of the development in the greatest' kingdom
mnder the skies WEALTH AND POWER, THE LUST FOR
.'HONOR, ARE EATING THE HEARTS FROM US ALL.
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Cooperating with otier wn-tcru cit
tien. Seattle and 'lai-oma hare joined
iu the movement to persiiHile Then
dure Roosevelt to return from bis Af
rican huutintt trip by He way of the
Pacific roatd Several lare nnnstju
peri have banded inyether to nend a
uifessentrer to Khartoum in February
to liy the matter before the fori'er
president. If he accepts larue pre
parat ions w ill tie made to give him an
ovation hi no home comniu traveller
baa ever received. If be could be in
duced to laud iu the weat, bin "Re
turn from Klba," would equal that ol
Napoleon by tho Old Guard.
AccirdiuK to Uradstreet'a Review,
food prl"es are now bifher than ever
b-fore known in December aud the
! trend is still upward Amouu the
j staples whic 1 increaied in prion with
in the I itnt . month hih CHrealn. beet,
mutton, hors. milk, bacon, lard, but
ter, cheese, macHerel, colfee, Hiiiar,
beaiiK, petroleum punr and tiny.
There weie decreases in fUH tea.
rice, peas, lemons, eotton and rub
ber. Nineteen employea of the Dela
ware A' Hudson Railroad shop were
discharkfcd because they weighed less
than 100 pounds aud it is expected
tbat others under this weight will
lose their positions soon. The weight
limit is said to have been fixed owing
to the idea that a mature man wtlh
ioK less than 150 pounds does uot
posseua the physical fttrenpth to do a
normal bibo's work.
Nevada seems to have 1 slued some
tbioK else besides Ii I, sage-brush,
jack-rabbits and rattle suaaei in
I90U. Tbe mineral output was i:)0,000,
000 and tbe farm poduct thiu it!
In a way San Fra icinco ban ie
deemed itself from the debaidiiu
thrfllllom of Calhoun ouerbip of
its ureet railways. The voters of that
city by a vote or 3 to 1 took its II rat
step towarda municipal ownership by
takiuK over the Deary street railroad.
They should not stop now until the
whole yateui is lu tiie people's
bandx. There is no oue tbinu that Is
a greater breeder of graft and spolia
tion of the people than to hnve tbe
public utilities in private bauds.
VVh hopea and believe this move ou
the part of tLe people of San I'ranci
co in a step toard Kovermueut
lowuerHhip of railruads that will some
time be duplicated fall over trie
United States.
Due of tbe speakers at the Wai-biug
ton Fduibtioiial AfiHociut ion ci oven
tion in Tacoma, recently ilecliued
that HL-bool teachers are the p.iomht
paid of any of the train woikimu
cIiisb. This is attributed to the tact
that they are to epathetic to make any
concerted elfort to change thnir con
ditiouH. Tbe speaker eaid be bad
neiit interrogatories to 4.0OU teachers
on the subject and only 13 per cent
of them replied. The answers re
ceived showed that many Washington
leuchers are obliged to supplement
teaching with other work iu order to
uihke livinu. '
C1-1 Jiiiulle It Ml end otiier up-1
op-tdbte (-xcbaugi'S iu Central Oregon
begin lo feel the rubbing of railroads
Inwards their towun, and are blosaom
iug out with lull page ads, aud oth
er evidences of new lite in tbeir eon;
muuitieH, Lakeview has not reached
that htagM iu business life yet, but It
is coming iu tbe near future.
''Does a rnrn know when he Is
dead?" is the queation of an ex
change tbat thrives on such problems
nk Speaker Canuou. Aiturai Re
publican. Lake County wants von.
COLVIN,
The Furniture Dealer,
Would call your attention to the fact that he has
The Largest Stock of Furniture
011 hand that has ever been cairied in stock in
Lakeview. Art Sqtians, Ivti.ys, anil in I'aet livery
tiling in the Furniture Lint- Six diHcrcnt Pat
terns of Linoleum. Six iliiieient praties of mat
tresses. Call and inspect lu st)ek.
rimBT-CLABU TUHKOUTB
Mammoth Stables
C. D. ARTHUR. Poo
The '.irKcat I.I very 11ml Fiim) Stulile In ri.mtlierti ;n-jrjin
or Niirtliern t nltfi.riilii. llnrcH Monnleil bv the Uny.Wn k
or Mi.ntli. Spnlnl Attention (ilven to Tratialent Stk
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
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SWENSON'S RESTAURANT
L
Huropean Man Ever thing
from a Cup of Coffee to a
Square Meal Call and Iry
Us Vou will Corne Again.
E. E. SWENSON, Proprietor.
I. O. O. F. Block,! Lakeview, Ore.
A 1
CATARRH
i'onltlv.'ly ctiri'd mnl nut oneilrnp of iiii'illi'lim l.arii Inn rtuilly
liiiineillate relief mnl euro for niift. rern of Im-hiI 1 iIIi. ('Iiriiiile mre ttimitt, t o ii'H(et tinin
rliliil tuliin, Broiirldllii, l.r nnltl, i nUrrlinl ilinf 111 hk, Amliina mnl Hay fi er. '
.Not mi'illrliio In npiet ynnr Bymein, Imt ulinply it ublet wlileli w hen ilinanlveil In w m.-r v
aiHlien a woinlerfnl elrmilli, uintliliiK.miil In hIiiik Klitieitlr, wlileli Ii e(KTi,iy mUpleit t')
Hie in-in me nieniijrane niiiiiini 01 11111 Mie huh Tliri kt mnl whim in.. 1 ulil, n,0 gl.-a ii.k.i 1
doiii lii) wtilrh wuniii.ly,iir a niirl'-, will Iliiiine.ilKtely reniorii lint iiiueiia l) tliormiliiy '
cli anwIiiK tlio hreBlliliiK .hiiki ol 1 lie nom- and tlirnnt, t-otiHeii iti-ml y allylnir Hie illm harm '
anil Klvliitf nature an o..oitunllv In net I he rmplratnry nrKain. Inio a Ii.hUIiIiiI coiiilllionj
ThU ran never ht ai-eitmplinlieil wldle Hie lireatliliix pHNKwKei are flMeil with polaniiom ill. '
cliHrxe of tlie. 111 i-1 1 iiiein lira lie, mnl iinle.H the lreHtlilii paaiC a are rlenimed anil tn ate
wild tin-proper healliiK mitihepl le n ll,jhl enlil III In vni lal.ly ri-ault In Cnllurrli, l.a iilit-
aiire thriint, Colli in Ih hiI or clie-t anl ln in iiiy reHulla lerlonnly.
Ol linihy'a Nasal lunii lie In allnenlh III pimUlvely relieve flnliieiliali H- uiul u ill .-nr.. 1
Km KhwAitli.
A RKWARD ol nfty dollars in here
by ottered tor i.'iorination that will
lead to the am-H ano conviction of
any peinon win. Ii.ih stolen wires or
ot her pro ert trom rmr ('oinpiiiiy ;
and the name reward ia hereby offered
for intormn 11 that, will lead to the
urrest and 11 viction of anyone dH
trojing t. 1 roperty of the Company.
Chim. Umbach,
Retretaiy Lake Co. Tel. & Tel. Co.
10tf.
dlwai.ii, of I in- HUM- nml Uiiohi ami III ive wonderful n lief In Hiifferem of Hrinehlal trouble
and tul'ereuloHih of the IhroHt and Iuukh.
lo ronvim e you iI.hI Uiimdii rtlM'inent alale
11 h with 6IK U., and we will limn, diiilrly mail you a II .an hox of Orinlu'h Nasal llouehe, treal
I'AI TH, kitfii ihe conpiiii In-low, mall it t
NtilCK FOi: PL'UI.ICATON
111 United btatea Lund ( (1 ie J.nke
view, Oregon, Nov. 'Jlth, 1!J!.
Notice Ih hereby giveu that the
Northern l'aciflu Uailwsy (Joinpnny,
whose po'.it-otlice address Is Kt I'aul,
Minnesota, has this iiOlh day of No
vein her. l'.MX), tiled in this office its
application to select under the provis
ions of the Ant of Conuress, ap
proved July 1, 1808, (30Ktat. fi!7, OliO).
NWJNK1, SNEJ, NNWi, NHK.
Section 10, T. 38H., It. 17K., W.M.
Any aud all persons claming adver
sely tbe lands described, or desiring
to object because of tbe mineral
character ot tbe laud, or for any
other reason, to the disposal to ap
plicant, should Hie their aulduvits of
protent in this olllce on or before tbe 1
'20th day of January I'JHJ.
AKTllUIt W. OHTON
menu ronthli'liiK 'I in aiiinutv v 1 1 Ii lai.h uiihal iloui he or forty Ireatiiieula without ilmiihu '
'I lie 'ii trealui'iilH with ilnuilie will lie mailed iiiiI.m, othiTwlHe ordered. KltKK Wii w I; (
Kladly iniiil yon a viilimhle l.ook with i hurl III It ve eolora hhow lii I he Oriimhy method Ie
w hleh illaeHaeh ol the n-apl 1 utnry wunm are iieat 'd.
Ore of the thoiikandMif uiianlti lied leMlinuiilaU wi receive: '
i.ehtleuii 11 ; Several mniilhaaKo I w a.i ery mueh worried uhuiit H euld I had i out ra. t
ami Mhleh lunl xelded in my load. In. in whleh pnnitiou it whh api.iirenily lini..il,le
(1t.--hiiK.. It ; alier nifferlni! un atly lor ten da) h or t wo w eek a Irlend prevailed uikiii mo to fi i '
OruiKliV'a Naaal Ixmrlie 1 al.li lx, w ilh hIimohi Im-tautaiieouii riulla- (.. fu, iil... i. '.
rmiiiiiri) iuijiii inn. I I nil .1 I n roil 1 1 o nr m. I,M III I III' i reatllll'll U III all Illllli flvor t
enre maell ol catarrh, with which I hud Buffered for yeura, mid after laklnit the m'dielii
...... ..hk . ............. .... "" "i i wna cuuriuy ciirun anil navu not linen aidu t.
...:ii-. . im. phkiii. -i no" ,'i im im. nm- niuir I II a I I I llll',
I nl n eoiiimeiiili il Ihe in.e ol the reutiiieiila to a friend who Inia mifr.reil for i,.,,,. It
Amhuia. and Iim Iirh J -t li lt the ollii e alter ml,, unlet me that lh 'I alilcla littd aelliMll v eur'
him; that lie hud not felt a trace of t ue old trouhle (or re. that two in.mlha, and Ihiit !
.'..'.. .....-n. .. i i n,'iii in i -1, 1 ) , i-u i n.
Now.iHUilleiiieii, Huh Im the llrhl tune III my llin that I liavo evr rennnimeniled la a
w ay a ao called "pMt-nt niedieinii" ami I hope that you w ill taku It aa the uvldeucn ol one. w
appreciate tl- hlsli meril ol the article thai you are placing on tint market u iv-raM
"K'-i't. Very alnci-rely youra.
In
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lo;i2 No. Honnin Hrae.
Imu AUKelea, Calif
Kegister.
NOU30.
r.y
ntay
Pacific Chemical Company,
340 h.llroadway,
I'lvaau mail ine aa per your offe
lor which' 1 endow: you bo d