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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1910)
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ilr!Hvd to tho rulii iii.'!tb-t
Love of Money Has Destroyed
Love of Home In America.
By the Rev. Pr. MADISON C PETERS of New York.
with the intoirrity f (lie homo
7"T II ATEY Kit interfere
, to sell but to grant lent-e, subject
Jr j to control and at prices thnt. will r-
I pieulsh our exhausted puhllo treasu
! The Alaska rtvhl whereby at least
f.VXlHX(XX) worth of coal w its to li
graciously bestowed tiprti till) Uug
gcuhtem' Morgans In R I'HKK In poltll
thnt has M'rred thin nation ns 110
other thing his done, as to the piracy
j going on In our government
Anil thanks Nie due to Plnchot and
KooMVpIt tor thir awakening!
It is now ohrious that if the Amer
ican people wilt refuse to rem! or sup
port uo 81'Hiers that emlort mien
stents, tht- sooner will there come hii
euii to this commendation of the pre
datory iutercsts, mid th sooner will
such nets land such thteves in the
Ami a mark for such censure and
which is the only thing tht will bring
it to its knees, can lie found right In
Fort lain! !
1 It is not at all neces-ary to men
tint) the name of this abject defender
of the trust, an t every la.l influence
that is wrecking the republii ho patty
of this flat" ami nation !
FORTUNES MADE ALBERTA WHEAT
Wi- w ill sill im .1 section of the famous Sunny Southern Alberta
wheat 1 nil, that will produce 'AO to f0 hushels per acre, for a first
cash iKUtnent ol'SLM'OO to $;.(()( and Half the wheat crop on I'OO
acres varl until the land is paid for.
Yotl net all the crop on any laud you cultivate ahove the U00 acres
on which we only jct Half.
You do not have to pay one cent in money alter the first payment.
Land at 81T to $:." per acre near railroads and elevators.
U N TENDS TO UNDERMINE THE FOUNDATIONS
A H M .... . ...
Oh I Ilh .NAiiUA. Tlie sanetitv ot tlie Dome must tc
kept inviolate and must bo MADE A SACKED SrOT
arul pro-erved from the contaminations that would sully its purity.
The happy home is the place vo li';o to think about. It casts a
Fpell over us from which we refuse to be delivered.
which no worldlines can ever take away.
Gladstone once said: "Let me but talk to a man five minutes, and
I will describe for you the home in which he was raised. I will tell
you the influence? that surrounded his early years."
IN MANY HOMES TODAY THERE IS WEALTH. BUT NONE OF
THE ELEMENTS WHICH MAKE THE TRUE HOME LIFE. THERE
ARE HOMES, AND THE NUMBER IS ALARMINGLY ON THE IN
CREASE, WHERE THE PURSUIT OF THE DOLLAR IS THE ONLY
THOUGHT EVERYTHING BARE BECAUSE THE MONEY GOES INTO
STOCKS AND BONDS. THE MONEY THAT GOES FOR A PICTURE
OR A FEW FLOWERS IS THOUGHT WASTED, AND SO THE LOVE
OF MONEY DESTROYS THE HOME LIFE.
Fifty years ago there was not such a reckless devotion to the wor-
fcbip of mammon. Men and women gave ATTENTION TO THEIR , ahead Doboiy need doubt for a mo
HOMES, and as a result they brought up families which were able
to answer to every call and meet every demand made upon them to
sustain the prestige of their nation when a crisis arose.
In those old fashioned homes love ruled and peace and content
ment went hand in hand. Their INMATES DID NOT STRAIN
I The Sm I'VanciiCO Chrouli'le has
ievim-ed 110 especial retiard for House
,' veil antil lately, tint the forceful 011
ward stride of "The Ma i on Horse
back," mores thtt paper to this com- j
ineut on what tb" future has In store
T.I 1 1 1
it lias a glamour i fur this cmutty :
! If anvbody thiuks thut the ex t'res-
i Jeut is tioinw to be a lay 11 11 re in
the fututre piiltk-s ot his own L'uited
States, that niBti is duo for further
Ikht There is net j!oiti to be auv
cloistered dignity for Koosovelt. He
is n t itointf to bang up his bruised
anna for ornaments. He Is still a
Colouel of Kouitb Kideis. There
will yet be pleutv of mounting of hot
steeds to fright the souls of fearful
adversaries. The tnau on borceback
is indeed retuiuiuR from Kltm and ho
means to be heard ror more than a
hundred days. What he wants for
himself ls yet a mystery. Precisely
what he may do tu get it U another.
Out that there are stirriu tiaies
Chance for Capital
We'havea solid Mock of seven sections, consisting of 1S00 acres in
SUNNY AMU' UTA, that we will sell for $1(5 Her acre, which is a special
buy, on the terms of Y per acre down, and the balance in one, two
three or four cars at only ( percent interest.
A l.ire part of the laud immediately adjoining this tract of laud is
under cultivation, ai.d more wiil be broken up in the spring, by the
settlers to whom we have sold adjoiiiini; sections.
One crop of winter wheat will pay lor this laud and jjive vou a bi
surp'us in the bank iicsides.
The yield is mini .'50 to 00 bushels, and and at M) cents, the usual
trice secured, you can figure the return, less S 1 L per acre, a bi estim
ate lor ol .'t'oductiou.
See us or write us soon, before this opportunity is lost, as these
valuble lauds are being rapidly taken by enterprising Americans.
Call, or write for circulars or further information.
IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO.. Examiner Office, Lakeview, Ore.
NOW THE SITUATION IS CHANGED, AND THE CHANGE
THREATENS TO DISRUPT THE STANDING OF THE NATION.
ment. Koosevelt will keep busy."
If you want to pet at the facts as to
the tremerdous steal beiiiK p rpetrated
on the American people in the Alu.-ka
matter, rend Ilamptou's April iiiim
ber The tlifures do uot no into the
millious or billions, but Trillions!
It niake-i oue'd bluod run cul l to
read of such unparalleled roblu-ry,
sauctioued uud iusisted upon by uiis
repiesentatives of the people. No
other people on earth would suuciiou
fill representative id the people on the
ttrpieuie bench, ami i not IhsiIhIo
tu raise his voice ai'.'iiiiHt the pr il.t
tory iuterests. In thi- his death eau
lie reuaided as a uailiinal ralninit.
And think ol it 1 Such a man if to
be replaced by linlliuci-r. if reports
Further commeiit I iiunecesHary
dud "ords tail to do justice to the
be the "interests" mar Jfct come to
j bock for tbt-ir misdeeds!
t We know what caused the French
revolution, uud I he downfall of
; slavery in this country! And this
j tbiug must stop.
I If prisons yawn for the small thief,
what is tit punishment for men who
steal millions under uise of "busi-
The Kev Newell Uwigbt Ilillius,
who is on a lecture tour of the West
Our Standard of Living
Lowered by High Prices.
By CHARLES F. WELLER of the Associated Charities of Pittsburg.
NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT TO ANY PEOPLE THAN
THE MAINTENANCE OF A WHOLESOME STANDARD OF
LIFE. HIGH PRICES FOR THE NECESSARIES OF LIVING
WILL REDUCE OUR AMERICAN STANDARDS.
Children will be put to wo:k at EARLIER ages, with less pre
liminary education. Families will crowd into a SMALLER NUM
BER OF ROOMS, with fewer provisions for privacy and decency.
Our working women, who feel the necessity of presenting a neat ap
pearance, will take the increased cost of clothing from the quantity i au,J. incidentally, is souuding pub
And qualitv of their food. The power to resist diseases will be re- i !jc op'n,n' Buif ,a' wek- 1 aat
duced somewhat by INSUFFICIENT NOURISHMENT. Of
course much could be done by teaching such economics, as the French
people, for example, have generally mastered. But there comes a
time when, with the very best management, a man CANNOT
PROPERLY FEED, CLOTHE AND EDUCATE HIS CHIL
DREN ON AN INADEQUATE INCOME.
Auioii tic? larger measures for alleviating conditio! ... rOiould be
an increasing readiness upon tLc- j.urt A all inflnrnnr.J pr-..j.o to EX
COURAGE THE RAISING OF WAGES and the develop
of labur organizations, which are valuable social means of raiaing and
maintaining among workingmen the STANDARDS OF LIVING.
LET THE PRESENT PINCH IMPEL US ALL TO RECOGNIZE THE
FACT THAT THE PRINCIPAL PROBLEM FOR THE TWENTIETH
CENTURY IS THE MORE JUST AND EFFECTIVE DISTRIBUTION OF
THE WORLD'S PRODUCTS. LET SOME OF OUR GREAT CAPTAINS
OF INDUSTRY GIVE US LEADERSHIP NOW IN SOLVING THE
PROBLEMS OF DISTRIBUTION, SO THAT PURCHASING POWER
MAY BE EFFECTIVELY DIFFUSED AND SO THAT ANY INDUS
TRIOUS, THRIFTY HOUSEHOLD SHALL BE ABLE TO SECURE AT
LEAST THE MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR EFFICIENT LIFE.
The eliH-tlun ot Fuss, it democrat, in
a htrniiu republican dirlrict In Mac
sachuutts, o'i eery hiuid is consid
ered a rebuke to the ilniiiiiiant in
tliienei'a tin in is; ill i(i' t e ru. il Mil' till
party Such meu as (ailieU, i-evc-lidue.
1'Upp, LaKnIliUe. Cummin-
such thiuns for a minute uud U may , ,, ,!,, ti,;, ,i , stiiviiiK
alfalfa land, 'M)0 Jruit
rijLNit ol creek lor irrigation
place lor chickens, dair, cows, etc
T 1f." acres, New Pine
" Creek. 00 acres fruit and
trees, 7 bearing. Sole
I louse, barn etc.
W. F. PAINE (8b CO
Speaker Cannon is the most unpopu
lar man io the couutry today. Beua
toi Aldrlcb 13 the aetx most unppu
lar man, and I know that, a vast ma
jority nf voter of the country li-el
t'jat Freis leut Tult bus failed lumen!
ably iu his tHori tu run a race with
i two such weights us AlrJicu nud Can
' uou tied to hid fel, the people blame
; Cannon, Al lrich au'l the hiuh tariff
fnr the rre-'Hiit oriero ) eojt of iitii.,
mi I Ir.ey ini; uo uu !o m ufti tlie In'-
III t c ii.i-ii Iti-y Ini I ;.-!-tui: . .(
for it. Make uo aiiaif.iv - b ut t n ii. '
hard to preveut national defeat of
the party. Hut the ru.icl ion ary ele
ment is In the saddle and are driving
the party straight, to overw hel in inn
The people are n"v atoiiHed and if
the republican party dues not change
about face immediately and do some
tbiui to redeem itselt tfiure nan be
ouly on" result, and that will be
cleaning of the huuhuii statbles and a
driviig of the mnuey-chanKers from
the Temples !
C. D. ARTHUR. Phomiii
1 be '.iiri-Mt I.I very tin.l li-i-il Stalih- In .-oiitlurn Onifun
or .Northern '(ilifiunli. 1 1 r --h Itnnrdi-d by the May, Week
or Mi. nth. Spiclnl A ttenl ' m (ilven tu 1 iniiMlcnt Stuck
It uow looks, from the tone of lis
editoiial pae the last day cr two,
that the Oregonian has jumped bodi
ly into tbe f'r"iocrut ic pirlv ! That
sheet irolnl.ly h,i:n tleleal uud
uatits to lie oi! I fie w iiii.ii a it-!
A I Ig iieai lii,!' hh;.s. "I, uot le-fi-udsthe
.M'.Mtet uf I ; u 1 1 1 miijrt '."
coijiwh lie duen! I'li:it is v iim hu
in the Kijnu!e lor !
European Han Evcr thing
from a Cup of Coffee to a
Square Meal - Call jind I ry
Us ou will Come Ajftiln.
E. II. SW1;N50N, roprietor.
wi' i Hniiit.HBt.roux f-ffct as was the
:;ai- t the lartar Inrdes that in bis-
or . overrun Knrope!
The "Vellow peril" tus been vaguely j bn-i q it( k to grasp and assimilate
thought of and talked of aa something ; wMr-like enginery of the whites,
in the distact future, but the mill- j '' '"sy yet turn it loot-o upou us
tary expedition to Thibet by the.
Chinese with modern equipment. ev;-n
to wireless telegraph, has fctrafle'1 H i
caliiuots of Europe, and tli'fie Is n 1
suspicion that the Cliineoe Iiu. j been
d eloping faster than ttuliB i.
And uow, just as tbe Occident i
biiijnning to feel seriously uueasy.
ci men tbe etatemeot on the authority
of so reliable an individual as Pro
fessor Theodore Scbie'imnu of lierUn,
prubably the bebt pot-d nmu in the
world on international politics, that
the Cbineae government is about to
introduce universal military service
on the (Jermau model throughout the
empire. This mena an army of .SO.
0(0,000, men, and Professor Schie
aann remarks quite openly that it
will constitute a menace to Oouidental
Id view of the auto niching Igurc,
it may not be forgotten that Napol
eon himself once said that tbe yellow
iao may yet dominate, an subvert
wit prmacy I
While San Diego and San Kraucihco
have been quarreling like a couple of
Kilkeuney cats, as to which should
have the Panama Canal Exposition.
New Orleans has been making a still
hunt to capture the prize, and has
already secured the endorsement of
all the South American countries
and now New York bus decided in
favor of New Urlenas,. That settles
it.. Tbe U. S. appropriation iU go
to the Southern city and the Pacific
Coast will uet left 1
Thev are good imitators hud have , oat
X' e Shu Francisco Chronicle, erst
wIu'h tl ' -t ifinnus lighter of "Pin
r'i'im " ni 'putv baa heard from
its t re a.- rpr, (liiotl"--i because o'
the Hminin " i i i-h ih troii irate
subi-ctitieiJ1, a'i't ii i.c.v tuovti. to
(-"iiatur Smoot li'ts ievH tin
pn t leni lir a bill cediiv the power
sit to the States, but f'n tdd iinu
thi-i sale, -ind only permitting
lea-eg. wit 'i power reserved to tbe
Stf i""" " tlx uricea for s( ecifled peri-
'I': h 'nil should paaa. All lands
' 1 ih States should be con-
by tbe States, which are en
to the reveuues from their use.
bill ucoompliebes this,
effenHally providing for con-
' M also udvocate putting all
r and all ooal lands in the same
usy the general government not
While Mr. Ituckefeller is talking
about giving ns back that half of tbe
United States which he baa made out
of oil. wisidy has the Uouunza Hulls-
tin, it will be well to watch him, for
maybe be ia just trying to throw ua
olf the other half.
Leslies Weekly, which ia a weakly
iudeed sIdcb the death of its founder,
says Koosevelt is for Tuft in 1912.
If so, and Taft ia nominated tbe re
publican party will get the awfullest
drubbing it ever had, and it will
deserve it I
Justice David J. iirewer of the
opreme court of tbe United States
died suddenly Monday night from a
stroke of apoplexy, lie was born in
Asia Minor, Jane 20, 1 837, tbe son
of Rev. Josian and Amelia Field Brew
er. He was graduated from Yale
university in 1856 and the Albany
law school In 1858. In 1889, be
was appolnited a Justice of tbe su
preme court by President Harrison.
Judge Brewer, was the most faith-
I (lien In 1 ! 1 1- , At .. I ... SI ,r.
I''..' ri i' 1 l.i-i. vil.. - r i in know
I. "i il xilii.ii by v I lib of bit
I ' ii1 . .- mi . i'l . ,. 1 1 1 in I .; ,
In . I . -a m M.:ii,i. r.i..
uueui t i, i nl ( . , ; i -I , (,r iii ti:, ii I a'nl
said, "the ui a woman -a
shrewd one a woman of spirit. " II
is estimated that tlie i-kull must have
lived (iOO.O'X) years aj;o.
You will meet business
men at Swcnson's Restaurant.
I h 9 y come
- latest patterr"1
Blue Prints Made
J will iimkc Idiic Priiita of
liny tnwtbdilp of bind In the
Lnkevlew I.iiikI i lt-trk-t, and
do bliKiiii'i work. Cull or
W. M. SNIIMiW
lnkevlew - - Oregon
I. O. O. F. Block, & Lakeview, Ore.
Goose Lake Valley Irrigated
10,000 ncrcH. will divide Hume Into unv hIzc farm desired. All under
tbe New Canal with flrnt ui fi-rctice water rlulitH The very 'icam of
the Valley Selected yeaiH iiro all level, perfect alfalfa binds. Will
lease for term of years for pa i t of crop. Some bonnes and baniM
will be built for deHiieable tenaiits, M list jflvc referenceH. Write
Hunter Land Co.
WellH vnrm, Wd,'. Portland, Ore.
Are You Looking
for a Position?
We can offer you good
that you will enjoy and
at home. Write to-day
Tbe Battctiek PnbllsbJna Co.
Batt crick BUto. New Vrk. N. V.
Gee Yonand Tom llotai, Projirietors.
Fresh Dread, Cake anil Pies on sale evcrv dav
Fancy Cake and all kind of Pastrv made to order.
(The only first class short older place in the town
1 v I m i n i I N..1.1.
"".ii ut-iy iiuu 1X1111 n
Will have Fresh Dread, Cakes and Pies every
day. Lunch Counter In Connecton,
PEN ALL NIGHT
D. Mi SHAFFER, MANAGER LAKEVIEW