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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1910)
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Lake County Kxamuici
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Fred J. Bowman
Largest Sworn Circulation in Oregon Outside of Portland
Official County Paper
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lilou extra All hort term ail, extra w
. Kraritr. local rolumiia. lOr. per Hue carh In
llton. Want aitv .V. a lin-cach Inm rtloo i Nolls to Siibacrlbcn
art! of t hmi kH M ix. KeiKiluiuiiia ol tviulo-1
nee II felamt iii.oii.Mh I 0iPcriP rt to I ho r.xamliiiT lio ream.
5!llL V , . frcm one locality .. atiollier. ..r chain:.
fTsy-Traiinent Alt.T!ilti iol Jot) 1 rlnt-, tht,,r ,Mtmi f ail.lrc. nii.uilil r.' member u
to, iah in alam drop thla ctk-e a cant mi their paper can he a.)
All bill iii'ihI pitiil i tie tiro! of each ni.n.th. dream-it to the right iHWiotb.ee.
Government Ownership of
Railroads Would Have
Prevented Steals of Millions
The Governor of Michigan tbiuk
Ibe general government should aid
in tbe construi tion of Rood roads.
Ttere was a time when roads were
constructed by tbe government, but
that was before tbe era of tbe flood
timet, when tbe government built
railroads, and geuerously douated
them to tbe Ames. Huntingdon, and
Ttber willing receipients of govern
Snent "paternalism" for tbe ricb aud
What 'a tbat? you ask;
Paternalism for t!e rich?
Yea, we said it
Well, "bat else is oar tariff legisla
tion? What, for instance is tbe history of
Xior railroad deve:opuien( aicn us
credit mcbiliere, Bnd "block of
Well, if you will net take our word
tor st, read Haniptous Magazine for
April in which Cbarles Edward Rus
tell reviews the building of tbe Cen
tral Pacific-, which be characterizes as
the greatest steal ever perpetrated
on tbe United States government,
"and in support of bis charges says:
Tbe four projectors of tbe road,
Collis P. Huntioi ton, Lelaud Stan
ford' Mark Hopkins and ''barles
broker, divided among tbatnselvea, in
stock, lard grants from tbe goveru-
valley or level land, fk OCX) in bonds
for every mile in tbe foothills t:)U,(XKj
in bouds; and for every mile in tbe
niouutaios, KS.000 in bouds. Mr,
titissell alleges 'that tbe compauy
charged tbe government at the oioun
tain rate. M3.XX) mile on thirty
miles of level, or nearly level ground
near Sacramento, aud at tbe foothilu
rate, 32,0(10 a mile, for tunny miles cu
level buildog In tbe vallej east of the
"Abating nothing of admiration,'
says Mr. Kussell. speaking ot tbe
completion of tbe road, "for tbe
physical performance, it ia time now
to reflect tbat it was also monstrous
triumph of greed, fraud and corrup
tion ; tbat it might have been a bless -iug
instead of a blight to that rich
coutry of which it was ecstatically
called the Gateway.
'llo much toll do you think tbey
"from the day tbe gate was erected
and closed, duwu to toe present year.
first Mr. Huutiugton and b's associ
ates aud tbe a tbeir successors have
tskeu and divided more than 001',
OOu.000 in nnjust tolls all from tbe
people of tbe United States, who so
oniethlng about the fellow at the
fork of trie creek I want to say
tbat the fellow at tbe fork of tbe
creek knows mure about what's going
on than tbe fellow who lives In town.
He takes a bl weeklv t aper and a
daily it ' ran get it and an agrieul
tur' papel. l!e lead i hose pHj i r
line by line even tbe avcrtlsemcnta.
He never hold office ; li" never ex
pects to hi Id ottlce. Ills voting I
a matter of fai'h Wheu be conies )
o be I let 111 a U'Hii he tiehetea In '
hi 'ii Just because be tbink tbe man .
Is riiibt Ho doesn't know hdj-IIiii'w I
rttinilt pnlitiritl liiHnlpaliil I Hi, nil I I J
.nes! be iloi'Ku't want to know- an)-:
Well, li.ioat'Vtlt Is coining bncii.
it 'a woiiiltHf nl tb hold ttryaii ki'i
upou the peopln, too, Tbotte aie tli
klud of men who appeal to the fellow
at the folk of the creek. Those M
lows ponder over such men and de
cide tbey like 'etn and I bat's all there
is to It. TIih nittu nt tbe fork of the
creek, to i, I waut to tell ynu, is the
man that makes tbe stal'le coustltu
eut lie slays there, and you cau
always depend upon him.
fortunes made ALBERTA WHEAT LANDS
Wc- will sell im a section tf the fmimns Sunny Southern Alborta '
whoiit l nil, that will produce IK) tt ;"0 bushels per acre, for a first , )
cash navnient of SLM'OO lt $:i.(H)() and Half the wheat cro on L00
acres yearl until the land is paid for. .
TOil yet fill the crop on any land you cultivate above the -00 acres
mi which we only jct Half.
Vou do not have to pay one cent in money after the liist payment.
' Mid at Slfi to $'J"i per acre neur railroads and elevators.
Cougreea, State Ijgislatures, and
oo e rt tbe couuclU of tbe larger
cities aroused O'er the cost of meats,
owiug to tbe fact that the cold storage
process, which suable packers to keep
meat, fish, game, poultry, cheeoe or
other produce an unlimited time,
have taken step to limit the time
such products can be kept not to ex
reed 00 days.
In ueiug cold storage packers hae
been enabled to keep meat, eggs and
etc. for mouths, if oof for years, and
theeby create a scandty or vice
versa, at any time, and tbuscotitiol
tbe market, both as regards tbe pro
ducer! aud consumers. I me
sucn wboly greed was stopoed.
Senator Bourne has withdrawn his
homestead bill, which provided fur
improvement iustead of residence. It
is bedieved tbat tbe provibion of 11011-
resideuce where water is uot obtain
able, as In tbe case of Utah, will be
ma ie to apply to Oregon.
The bill was attacked because it i
was feared rich meu would aaii them
selves of tbe right tn thus gobble up
land. Hut it st-err.s to us tbat soiiih
provislou against tbat might have
been Incorporated, a.i tbe bill would
have beeu of benefit to poor men.
Chance for Capital
We have a solid block of seven sections, consisting of S00 acres iti
SUNNY AIJUiKTA, that wc will sell for $1(1 oer acre, which is a special
buy, on the terms of per acre down, find the balance in one, two
three or four years nt only f per cent interest.
A lare part of the land immediately adjoining this tract of land is
under cultivation, and more wid 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
surp'us in the bank besides.
The yield is Irom 30 to GO bushels, and and at SO 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 Oftice, Lakeview, Ore.
The Portland Ttlegraiu will have to.
b? takeu aud spauked by Gtau'ther '
kindly elected tbe ga'e across their
I nxn l i j 1 1 u t- '
Tbat was going some, wasn't it?
And think of ! it Millions uiight
have Lieu saved this nation iu the
ent. goverurneut bonds and bonds i censtructiau of tbat road and mil-
wbieb Ibe govei-UQieut guaranteed, ' lions more saved since its operation, j Scott if it continues o "iuurge" lu
"and donations ftont Cblifcmia coun-' had tbe government owned an i ope- j the fallowing way :
ties the sum of 8U!),(XXi.0CO for wbicb ' rated that roai: instead of turning it "What Senator Ueveridge did to
over, together with an empire of laud j the Payne-Alrdicb Tariff, fpecitkally
of a lot "f greody aud couHciHUculeas ', directly and witn malice-aforetbouKbt
meu, who used it and their success- iu tbat ludiaauHpolis speech will uot
ors are still uing it to rob tbe Auier- 1 dear repetition iu Administration
tbey did ret pay fue cent. Tbe total
of tbe govei um--i)t fubti.ly which
linntmt;tou by e'eter lobbying cot
"from coftrers. Mr. Ivisstll declares,
How Ibe figures were jutrtled to
turn nicfct of thi iaiUieLf- subsi 'y
luto tbe pi.ckets of tbe four troajot-
yrs is explained by Mr. Uur.ell a tol-
-J o s :
Tbe bill p-ovided tbat tt.e gorern
r3!ent tboiiH it-?iie to tb lailroad
lx rer ceLt bonds fcr etery n.ile in
lean public of millions.
Aud. mark you further, so lon as
pi ivate ownership of ptitdic utilities'
are allowed just so long will we le
robbed, and just eo long will we see
our city councils aud our leiiislativ
todies bribed, as now is tbe uuiver- :
tal esse !
Isn't it about time for a change?,
Congressmen Who Voted Against
the People Should be Defeated.
Ptsilhind Telegrum: Jt is hinted
that Speaker Cauuon will res.gu at
tlie thi-t favorablo oppoi t uu lly. Look
n s it L'ui'le Joe bad let a few corking
good iLuiieeti i-lip him.
The mining men of Oregon are ask
ing for a State mining bureau to
further tbe interest of that import
r-Ut. Creek. GO acres fin
alfalla land, 300 truit trees, 7f bearing,
right of creek for irrigation. House, barn etc.
place for chickens, dairy, cows, etc.
W. F. PAINE b CO
There is no question but mat tbe
v?st newsiiatiers in the laud are iu
Iha insurgent movement which merirjs
nothing more or less than &u attempt
to bring tbe repoblicau D'acbiue to
realizttion tbat tbe party has a du'y
to pertoiiii iu undoing Ibe work of
poi!ali'ju ol the people, aud to pre
vent further robbery by tbe trusta
and tbe evil combination the pre
iatory barouswho are so blind and
greedy tiut tt.ey rlo not it-alize Ibe
rtah of the p-op'o or eUe mcau
to defy them to do tber worst.
Au illi'stration of tbis fact is had
in the case of tbe t-taid ol 1 publica
tion Ibe .New Vcik Independent,
which also is iusurgiug. as the toll ow
ing w ill attest:
"We would uot lie understood as
holding tbat the recent iucre.ase iu
he cost, of living las been due to
either the tariil' of l!'j:i or tbat of IH
7. Yn do not undertake to abow
here bo'.v much of tbat incraebe, in
our judgment, has l:en caused by
taritt dutiea. It is Irue, however, tbe
great i eoj.la, witout tbe aid of exact
information, are ascribing the pre
vailing prices mainly to the tarilf
and to tbe greed of trusts. Tbe r
opinions and attitude may well caute
uneasiness in tbe mind of any re
pubil :au member of Ibe bouse who
voted for be present tariff and whose
majority in his district at the lt
electiou was small.
"lu tbe face of political danger
that can uot be ignored, the members
on tbe repbulcan majority in con
gress should dilgently strive to enact
legislation for tbe public good. Tbey
cau not make a better revision of the
tariff at the present session, nor ran
tbey speedily reduce tbe tost of liv
ing, but it is witbiu tbeir powei to
give the people new laws for tbo hon
est management in tbe laud Bert ice.
iu hte public iutrest, for regulation
of railroad intes , aud for postal sav
ings binks, laws which tbe people
want, which P'efpeopie believe tbey
ought to have aud which are clearly
for tbe public welfare. If a deiire
to 'mend their fences' iu their dis
tricts leads them to neglect this op
protouity tor doing something to ap
peane the people seme of tboru may
Uad that they have no fences left to
be repaired "
BIRD S. M'GUIRE.
One of Oklahoma's Repre
sentatives In V'athington.
The Vote of the Sturdy Element,
Is Troubling The Political Bosses
ii : Que- ... I
Tho successful advert Iscr mint uu
dcrstariil human naliin-, but bin uiu..l
direct appeal usually Is to Woman .a
tore. The huliox nro tin' liiirguin bunt j
rs. Very likely Home of them right j
now lire reading this ami will turn tn
look for b.u villus advertised lu this pu-.
per. Tbey get on the trail of a bar '
gain nod follow it right Into cump If
they once find the trail.
Your store Is the cump. This p"!"'!
Is the l rail. Why not connect tho cnnip '
with the trill?
Our line of mens plain aud fancy
(misery cannot be beat. H A M
THE FANDANGO LUMBER CO.
One I'i-c or a Wagon Load.
Prompt Services. Telephone at Reynold's
Store. P. O. Willow Ranch, Calif.
I Di ing, Apple boxes.
ioor Irame stock,
Itifore tbe admission of Oklahoma
to the L'nlon I'drd S. McOuIre repre
seiitid the territory na delegate in
congress. His term of service as rep
resentative began upon the admission
of the new state.
it is the great silent rural vote that
has a disquieting effect on the tiust
bosses thee days. Tby have fooled
thcui good, and fooled tbeui long,
and 'the quesfina now ia cau tbey
fool them agaiu? It is tbe voter on
tbe farm aud iu tbe email town that
is doing a powerful lot of thinking
' these days, aud many of the congress
men, not confined altogether to tbe
Insurgent element, have board fi cm
these men. That ' one of the rea
sons why tbe lure of promises to be
Rood is being moutbsd ; by tbe men
who know tbey have been taught aid
ing and perpetuatiug the Trust rule
on tbe pe.ple of tbis tiatiou! Iiut
will it change the mind of tbe man
at tbe fcik of the creek?..
CLamp Clark the great Democratic
leader, of Missouri, has fdzed the
political situation up better than bo
perhaps fully realizes himself, when
he said :
"Tbe other day in tbe House tbis
man boutill was spouting about the
AND CU R E TKELW HCG
ifnK.Ci by, 8,41 00
AND ALLTHROATAIvJ im IHOUBLtS -
Off WyfV fSftAOCO,
Blue Prints Made
J will make blue 1'niilH of
nay tnwiiriblp of bind In the
1-uki-view Lnud Dintrlct, ami
do nbstrnct work, (-'ill or
W. IJ. SNIURR
Lakeview - - Oregon
European Han fiver) thiiij
from a Cup of Coffee to a
Square Meal Call and I ry
Us Vou will Come Again.
E. Ii. SWIZNSON, Proprietor.
I. O. O. F. Block, fcje Lakeview, Ore.
Goose Lake Valley Irrigated
lO.IHH) iicreH. will H vnle Hume Into nn.v hIi fiirm ili-Hircd. All timlcr B
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lilt" l w , till ill nun llini iM'iririur , llli'l liliin 1 (III Vl'l) I II lllll III
the Valley Selected yen rs iig-o nil level, perfect allulfii IuihIh. Will
Iciihh for term of ye.irH for port of crop. Sonic Iioiihi'H and bill llH
will ho built for (IcHii-fiibli; tciinntM, Must givo rclcrenccM. Writo
Hunter Land Co.
"Qsgd American RestaurantTkcry
Wella fc'HTKO, 1!11k.
Ely's CRCAr?i Balm
Sure to Cive Satisfaction.
CIVCS RELIEF AT ONCK.
It cleariKCH, oo" h, .i: hhiI je-iiti'i-ts the
diseitH"l i ii miititt)i iiiiii' irom !ittnrrh
and drivrH i way a '"! 1 In t'. Head ipiieklv.
Uestores tbo Koicri of 'J 'it-t o mid Him il.
fjisy to iim. ('omiiins no inlurloiiH drugs
Applied ii to tlio )i rtlrils and absorbed.
Ijinge f-'iz , fid cents at Prugiiata or by
mail. I.Kjnid CTtain Hulm fur use in
atomizers, 75 cents.
ELY BROTHERS. 68 Warrsn Si.. Ntw York.
Gee Yong and Tom Ilotai, Projirietors
Fresh II read. Cake and Pies on sale every day
Fancy Cake and all kind of Pastry made to order
The only first class short older place in the town
oiK-n nay and jNilit
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