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AKE COUNTT EXAMINER, LAKEVIEW, OKXOON, THURSDAY, FEB11ARYS.
f; W IT FEELS
; TO FLY AROUND
VMifhat the Sensations Are
In Cleaving the Air in
' Mow It favla to rule in a flying ma
chine is tolil in the following l.oa
' A'nireleai dispatch:
1 "All who have the good fortune to
ride in mm aeroplane." said one of
Yin th other day. "unite in their
leeeril)tloil of their first sensation.
there ia no jerk In the starting,
though th machine nmv leap for
ward with a powerful swoop. Then
comes with some a hri-l senwo of
nausea, feclintE as if the ground
' Were dropping away from lieneath.
"A ulight thrust of the lever lifts
'the flying machine' head. the ground
' drops away still faster. Then, as
tbc naroi'lme soars still higher, its
ccunant'a eyes Adjust themselves to
"the proper focus aud the earth Mow
seems to be ripping past at a railway
, "By this time you ha ve forgotten
Ihe clack of the noisy mot sr. the flap
and whir of the noisy propellers, the
grinding: of the chain and sprocket
pear that drives them. All vibration
taae practically ceased and you float
along with a aense of springy ease and
buoyancy such a you can gain from
"no other mean of locomotion. That
on are flying tost you know only
tn the roar of the wind In
bar ears and a Blight difficulty
yon have in filling your lungs with
air the same sensation oae geta in
'racing against the wind In an auto,
mobile on a good highway.
"Then comes the first turrn. The
machine rises to take It, taking its
own angle aidewRys. Just as an auto- j
mobile eans on tlie banked curve o'
an automobile track, lou have no'
sense of leaning sideways, though
tio feeling that you must tilt yourself
as tod do whan an automobile turns
a corner, for you sit upright, Ihe aero
plane slanting of lta awn volitional o I
to the necessary ingle and slanting!
you with it.
"A glass of water set on t he floor
of the flyer could be carried around
curve affer curve and still not lose a
lilendale. Calif., Jan. 21st. 1910.
'The great aviation event of Las
'Angeles Is closed, with success floao
eially. and to tie entire satisfaction
of all who had tbe pleasure of wit
nessing tbe same.
HaVing witnessed five days of tbe
meeting personally, naturally 1 have
made aome conclusions concern tog
-the same, that will be interesting to
jour reauers. wuica .MU Dnt Bppear
in the press dispatches. Rewarding
the abiliity of man to fly successfully
that is a aettled fact beyond contro-
veray. the aeroplane has come to
Btnv fn- llotj ir- 'ar unrl tio rurrt
eiay ro. iJiehdjr-e, ar ana me carry
inc' nt passengers, if notbiDe more,
To witness the aeroplane start from
tbe ground with one, two and three1
and sailing with the ease
ise and si ace of
OREGON VALLEY LAND COMPANY
If you desire to dispose of your contract for land,
I am ready to do business on a limited number.
Send description of land ahd lot to
E. H. BRAMWELL,
201 ANDRUS BLDG.. . MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
00 Acres Fruit Land.
All Sold Out in 1 0 acre
t,racts,-in Lakeside, Modoc
Go. Calif. - Watch our new
proposition. Will have more
a bird to any desired height, and with
the propellers stopped, descend to
the ground without a jar to Ha ocou
rants, is an event never to be forgot
ten. The two baslo principles of flying
lib the aeroplane Is a large enough
plnue tu rise upon the air with a
strong motoi to drive the plana at a
certain speed, say .V miles per hour,
with other contrivances to steer
and guide the machine to Its destina
tion. With the rmsio principles of
flying discovered all that will he re
quired now, is larger pianos and
greater power, aud we are lost In
speculation, as to the growth aud use
fulness of the flying machine.
From that i have seen, my opinion
is, that the Hi plane will be the ma
chine o! service, on account ( being
more compact, giving more strength
in proportion to the size of plane,
than any other made, aud I might
add uiore safe. However there is
little doubt, but I r. a short t ime many
different types of machines will be in
nne and living machines will tie just
as common, cheap and popular as
the automoble is today. I
S. V. K CHART
Stock in Good Shape
V. O. Scammon, of Flush, was in
town Tuesday. He reports that stock
is doing very well so far, but that
the water has covered the meadows,
making it impossible to reach the
bay-8tcks. This condition may re
suit m hardship to the stock iuterests
latei on, but up to the present there
bHS been no loss of i t tier sheen or
You will meet business
men at Swenson's Res
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SH3ES IN THE WORLD.
fcUPEtf'OR TO -THEB MAKE8."
"i have wo. L. Douglas iheci for the
past ix years. -u Iwiri find thev are far
superior ;o U ot. u.ph graaa shoes in style,
comfort t d duraiht " W. G .'ONES.
IIS Hoot . Ave.. Utica. N. Y.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at '. rockton, . lass-, and show you
u .f..n w - n ..-i.. .k. ---
. ey hold
tU- r ,j
I th '"ri.!., ,' -" r"k7
L.A v.i.J,-wlh.ll w .,. vr.
; i mmhwi in ihe tK.ui,
H "t d-aW rriwi.l til Toil Willi W I. ioiit-i.n f -,
, wrne tor SLui oni'i camion. v.i-i)..u)i. Hi, ' tu
j . forsalebi
I il Kr VI fX (VI ff V
land m the
DESPITE THE AUTO
The Price is Higher and
More of Them than
a Year Ago
WASHINGTON. January 'JU.-I11
spite of tba greatly Increased use of
the automobile It bus beeu unable to
depress either In number or value Ihe
American horse. The price of the
hort-e according to a statement yes
terday from the Doard of lbs IV
j partmeut of Agriculture, rose from
an aveiags of li'T.rU a bad lu l'.K 8 to
jflOS. 19 a head In lOoil In numbers
I the horses of the United States in
j cress s.l from 20,6-10,000 to Jl.Otii.OOO,
land the value from f l,l'47.0oiOX) to
i Compared with January 1, 'M
tb follow lug changes are Indicated
ou Januaryl, 19)0
Horses have increased 40,000; Mules
70,000; Milk oows, 81.000; other cat
tle decreased 2,100.000; sheep in
creased 1,132, ; Swine decreased G,3U5,
Tbe total value of all animals
enumerated on January 1, ISH, was
5. 13S. 46,000 aa compared with 4.
5-Jo,'9.,0u0 January 1, KH.i, an in
creaseof 6 13, 227. 000 or 31. 0 per cent
Nevada Is All Right
Nevada la sorely comlog lato Us
own. la aa agricultural way. All
over "Tba Sage Brnsb Stale." come
reports of fine frolt and grain grow
nig. Tba Tonopab Snn, as an illus
tration recently quoted G. C. Rosa,
SupL of Schools, who Jhad just made
a trip throught Nya, Clark and Lin
coln counties, wbo said: "If you
have never been over that couutry,"
said Mr. Ross, "you have no idea of
what there la la ye couoty, nor in
Liocoln and Clark. Vcu ought to see
tbe fruit t Pabrump. There aie on
ly two ranches there, but tbe fruit is
Read the Magazines
It you want to know what Is really
going on In tbe w a y of political
tbouabt today, don't depe-id on tbe
plutncat!c dal'y papers, but read the
magazines Everybody. McClurep,
Fearsoos, Hamptons, Metrrpolltiau.
Ameiicao. Collleri aod others are all
alive to tbe lot crests of tbe people and
are doing yeoman service in their
tlgbt against further government of
this nation br prcperty interests.
By flowing molten metal tbroosh
a tbm, fiat nozzle upon a rapidly
rotating water cooled drum, an Kug
lisb machine manes metallic ribbon
at the rate of over fifty miles an
C ASTO R I A
rioving Picture Show
Up- to -Date
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fri
days and Sunda3rs
Two Shows each Night
At 7:30 and oYlx-lc
Snider's Opera House
AdmlSHlon 10 and 15 eta
The Home of Good Values
Onco you experience the genuine satis
faction of wearing comfortable shoos,
that hold their shape, with a style made
permanent by fine material and skilled
workmanship, no other shoes will satisfy
Wo are speaking: of
Han an Shoes.
Selling: them is the easiest thing wedo
because there is nothing: to explain. The
shoes tell their own story and every wearer
tells itto his friends.
Try Hanan Shoes Once.
Bailey & IVlassingill.
Smiles and Squalls
Br -THK VEBDABTT
Here Is a err!ble waraiog to wives
wbo make tbalr bosbaads gat Jnp la
the morning to build dree. A Myrtle
Point man dropped dead while ao ea
gaged. Was bs married? Well, er
no. He was a widower.
The fat wldow'a chaatea of marry
ing nifHin are usoally allm.
A Minnesota postaaater, wboaa wf
was away wrote aaotbar maa a letter,
and her husband opened and read It
Tbe other cbap eotrplaloed to tba
postal department, and tbe postmaster
lost bis job. That sorely la bard lines.
So it seems that yoo most not trifle
with tbe mail even tbooab some otoer
male triflea with yoar female I
It ih euay for a woman t fHl HmHn
who tli I iika he can't tie looled.
Tonopab la seeing UaJlay'a Comet. -We
know something of tbe bread
dowo there. And yoo are liable to
see your great grand motber'a ghost
not to mention tblagt wltb tail ott
er than Halley'a Comatl
How a girl doew dialike rldlag in
botfly with a one-armed man! '
The Bieber Gazette of tbe 27tb bas
these stock items:
Jobnnie Sullivan, rattle bnyer for
tbe Oakland Meat Co., A. M. Mo
lucls and C. J. Uoooh, Jr., sheep
men or Hed lilafT, and Joe Talt, mut
ton buyer were registered at tbe Val
ley Hotel Satruday evening. Mesara
Mi'Innis and Cioocb wara bare looking
after tbe 1300 bead of mutton being
fed at tbe (Jnocti ranch near Lookout.
i. C. Dodson, an Oaaland rattle
buyer, purchased 2S0 bead of beef io
this vicinity last week. Tbe parties
selling were A. Baboock, 176 head :
Oeo. W. Lonmia, 40 head aod A.
Creig 35 bead. Tbe prlee received
was very satisfaotory, and cleans up
' the cattle in tbis part of tbe valley
Good and Cheap Land
It is reported that 116,000 waa paid
for l'JO aorea of rjw uncleared land
at Hood r.ttr. What la tbe one of
payiDg fi ch pricea np there wban bet
ter land ready for planting which
will produoe better apples or other
fruit can be got at Lakeview for from
810 to (50 an acre'
"Here!" exclaimed tbe railway
om.'iai, "nrst do yon mean by
tbrowiog thou trunks about like
tnat?" Tbe porter gasped in astonish
men and several paaangera pinched
themaelvea to make sore It was real.
Then the otfimal spoke again :
"Don't you see that you're making
big dents in this concrete platform?"
A NEEhF.n INVENTION
A celf acting sofa, large enough for
two. bus been invented, if properly
wound up it will begin to ring a
warning bell just before 10 o'clock.
At one minute paat ten, It aplHs
apart, and wo He one bait carries tha
daughter upstairs tba otber balf kicks
tbe young man ont tba door. They
will con e bigb, nevertheless, several
parents in thia town feel that one of
these sofas will be a household neces
sity in the near futnra.
The place where business
men meet Is at Swenson's
The man wbo stays ont late at eight.
Has found a tale tbat isa't trite;
He says, "My dear, just lat it paai
We were looking for tbe cosset thro'
a three inch glass I"
-Clevelaa4 Plala peeler.
.aflM,.. 60 YEARS
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Uiuicta OOictt, u'i6 K BU WadiUiaiua. ti.
MAKING BIG ROAR
Register a Vigorous Kick
Over Raise in Local
Sacramento He, 'H ult: A rrotait
against tbe ex Istiug freight rates mi
cattle In tacarmento valley, waa one
of tbe fruit of the annual meetlug of
tbe California Livestock breeders'
Assoclatiou In Han Kraaciaoo. It. I.
McKarland, of Kolsum, wbo was one
Of tbn prominent advocataa of these
matt era, returned witb ao account of
Tbe Southern Pact Mo company, he
says waa condemned by resolution for
Its Indifference to the protest of tbe
livestock men when ratea were raised
a year ago. Data waa aubmlttad allow
ing that tbe carload rate on cattle
from Gazelle, i-siekiyou County, to
Han Francisco bad been Increased
from ftiO to f"5 a car. Ublpmenta be
tween those points amounted in tbe
meantime to 'JO.lHUl bead, atout 1.0U0
can, making ll'i.OOO the railroad
drained from the stockmen shipping
from one station alone. A committer
was appointed to seek a return to the
old rate by the Southern 1'acittc.
Warner Valley to Boom
Cedarville Itecord, Id. Warner
valley ia promised a big rush There
la a' large lot of valuable laud lit that
valley. Much of it however, has
been in litigation for years. With
the coming or homeseekers vi II !e
a decrease In tbe stock Industry, aa
now coadopted, and a corrosDondlnu
increase In agricultural products,
which for a time will serve us u airt
of ha. Heap, but will result in pros
perity later on.
Tbe man who gets his feet iuto a
pair of Hanan K'ioss will fuel good
enough to tell bis frien la uho t it.
That's why tbey are urlvertal favor
It ea. See them at II & M
Notice in hereby griveti that, tin
County HniK-rlnrendeiit of Luke
county will hold the regular exuiuiii
ntlon for applicants lor state am
soiintv papers at Lakeview, iih fd
FOK STATK I'AI'KUS
Commencing Wedneaday Teb. ntl
at 9 o'clock, a. ni.. and coiiMnuing;
until Saturday, rcb VI, at 4 p in.
welneaday reniimiisliip, HiHlorv
.Spelling;, rhyslcaKieoKraphy, Head-
Thuraday W r I tten Arithmetic
Theory of TeachiiiK.' Grammar,
isook keeping, i tiysics, civil (iov
"Friday PIiybIoIok.V, (3eo;rapliy,
Algvbra, Knullah Literature, !-olio'il
Saturday Botany, Plane Ceuuietry,
' iieiienu.Oiaujry. -
Comroencinjf Wednesday, Feb. 9th.
at 0 o'clock a. in., and contiuiiititr
until rnaay. ru.iuD at 4 p. in.
Wedneeday PenuuinMhlp, lilatory,
. Orthography, Jteadlng, Physical
Thureday-Written Arithmetic, The
ory of Teaching, Grammar, Pliyai
Friday Oeography, School Law
Civil Government, English Literature.
It. H JACKSON,
Lakeview, Ore. January 11. 11)10. '2w
CRESCENT MFO. CO.
Makers of MAP LMNE
(better loan Maple).
Raises tba dough aMWU I m
and complies with kvyrri.v rZfl I IksW
all pure food laws. pTr J "1
8 iii.vfwn m
j n m n i v km rJk E t y n w si i
The Kxamlner ia Informesl aa to a
new stilke lu tbe Uoldnerg camps. It
appears that while T. A. Crump,
Mipertntnnrteot and part owner of the
Windy Hollow Mlulog Co. waj work
ing on property of the company last
weak he discovered a new ore shuts
In a juartr. ledge. Tba abowlng
promises ell anil abowa tbe property
lu be a good bottling. The new atrlke
ia very encouraging to tba eamp or
Tha latest booming camp In Neva
da. Is Jarbldge. ou the alale Una east
of hern. It is located north of Elko.
Kei oris of fabulous ore are bam cir
culated, as was the rase of Maobatten
and Kawblde that did not pan.
HILL SAYS BACK
TO THE FARM
NEW YORK, Jan. 28. "Hack to
the soil. "
This Is tbe solution of the problem
of blither cost of living according to
James J. Hill, philosopher aod master
"The prouleiu is not local." said
Mr. Hill, who was back la New York
today after his visit to Wasbnlgton
aud the Whitn House early this week
"Obviously the world bas reached an
economic crisis. We are not produc
ing foodstuffs enough. We must en
large the farming uiea of the earth;
we must adapt ourselve to conditions.
"Aarlciiltrurslly speeklog, tbe worln
Is not over populated. Tba proUln n it
to relieve the congestion In the clliea
aud scatter the unproductive popula
tion to the farms. When we get theni
Iheie, we must tench them new me
thods of fanning. Our present me
trio Is are so loose and slipshod that
e do not g.-t half ll.e uoud out of
our tillable laud.
"There is no iilck rrllef to tlie
nrosent crisis The oiceNHiiries of
life will nut !). clie.'ii'eiit-d bv th..
consumer until ue add a u.lllion or
an persona tu our agricultural pouu
bit ion. Until the iiioenieut from the
city hack to the cuiintry starts, Presi
dent Taft and Congress ran do little
toward lowering tha cost of living."
Meet mo at
O.V. L. CO. LANDS
The Southern Onuun Renlty Cniu
pii li.v l Ml 111 lu l h liiihiiiefx df (in hihIi
Inu I'epurtH tu nil those ulni drew
iraetM In the Sept. nneiiliig.
They lime ii In eiiHi'd eurvevor who
Iiiim been here W yearM, to imike the
exiimlmitioiiM mill reporia. All re
poria are hw tu to In-lorn H notary
pulillc ami coiintersiKiieil by theCoui
pany. The Company has on (lie the name
and aildiVMM of every piirchaai-r of
tracts and iiIho a report of all Im
provements on any tract, ao la In
jioemnn to lieirot late, len u .,wl ...
cliaiiKes. The Company agrees to re
fund twice tlie luiiountr rburged for a
report loany one ftmlinK'suheequoiitlv
that the report la not MtiMoluWtr
correct. -It would be 4 lie heltgbt of
folly for any one to pay lor a report
nnh-ea baaed upon a pveaonal exam
Ination. There are over 14.000 tmris in ti
and the man owniu one of tbetn
may have a deaert waaiM nr n in.
axcessible granite ens tie. Every po
Kreaaive man wanta to know and
willknow. "A word Ut th wi.. i.
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