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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1910)
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Fir.ST FLOOH TLAN.
SECOND FLOOR FLAN.
In this small dosirn of a co;t?.s? erorytl.Inj 1 Incorporated that goes to
make a home complete. T'ic t;rt story lias the reception hall opening to
gether with the livin- n i in and has a Coat closet in passageway between
reception hall and kitchen: also a combination stairway leading to the second
Btory from hall and kitiiicn. with outside r;llie doors underneath same.
Dining room has a project Tig l ay window. In the second story there are
three good sized chambers. l s:i'ies a large bathroom, good closet space and
large linen c!ict la the l.athr-om. IV.h or.y over the kitchen extension.
First st tv r.!:io feet .:'M -" " ('. st"ry eight feet. I:irch Cmirs throughout.
Washii.gton Cr or I ircli t'.:.ii throughout first story and pine to paint In
second story. Cost t" I'tti'.l. o.-!usive of plunibTig and heating, S2.175. Size,
24 by 2'i. If one desires the i.-. ttage could be built 2'J by 2S feet, keeping the
rooms in the same propon i"i.s, for about $.050 additional.
By special arrangeiijor-t with mo the editor of this paper will furnish one
complete bet of plans and specifications of design So. S2 for $15.
GLENN L. SAXTON.
Woman Who Marries a
Second Time Makes Best Wife.
By E-JudKe ABKAM J. DITTEN JIOEFER of New York.
I W's a GENERAL RULE THE WOMAN WHO MARRIES FOR A
L SECOND TIME IS MORE APT TO MAKE A HOME HAPPY,
Ji BECAUSE SHE IS MORE SETTLED AND DOMESTIC. SHE
IS MORE PRUDENT.
She is likolv to think more .f hrr household duties than Ler finery.
Ehehas I'l'tOFITKI) UY IIKK .MISTAKES, nnd she h more will
ing to eompromi-e little !irHMi!ti.- with her second husband than with
A study of the records of the divorce courts will show that when a
woman marries for the M-cmd time there is LESS J) ANGER OE
TROUBLE IS THE HOME.
concerned. The o .;; ,
hou c or, have i.i i i : :
have submit' d !.: : : ..
the piople will vo;o !i..a'."
They have alius, il the m i .
ilogi' and they should be .
! doing fo. Every o uu;y ii v. i
J Btould ho v ite.l li.' A !.
"Insist that the initi.fiv
only when it may be mi .... I i;.i
County Division Increased Taxes 61 4
That county division moans In
creased taxation for the soc-s'',n!sts
is shown by the experience of L. A
Schifflor, the well kno.Mi 1im-.i1 tailor,
who owns some property in the c ty o:
HtM"il Kiver. To the East Oieg.mnm
Mr. Schifflor has exhibited his i.ix re
celpts and they show that during the
first year of the existence of Hood
River county Mr. Pchiffler's taxes in
creased CI.4 per cent. His U'JS taxei
whicii were paid in Wasco county,
amounted to s5..r.O. His 1909 taxes,
the first levied after the creation of
Hood River county and which he paid
on February 14, 1910, amounted to
J13S Therefore the creation of the
new county cost Mr. Schlffler the sum
of $."2.r0 during the first year of
Hood River county's existence.
"I have always said that it Is fool
ish to divide counties," declared Mr.
Schlffler. "It only means additional
expense and increased taxation."
O A S T O R I A
"wltK strength nd 8
they always ploose"
LEVI STfiAUSS OX CO.
An 'i 1 v in the Examiner will l.rini;
reHiiitH. Trv it ti n l 1" c. 'ii Incod.
' "C'an I'e depended upon" ia un ex
prensioii we like to hear, and when
it M used in connection with Chum
t)rliu8 Colic, Cholera Hnd Diirr
hoPH Kemedey it) means that it never
fat 1 -i to cure diarrhoeit, dysnntury; or
bowel complaints. It is pleasant to
tuke ami equally vhIuhIim for ohililren
fund adults. Sold by a!l oo I dealers.
Why Women Seek SufTrage.
By Dr. JULIA SfcTON SEARS or New York. SuffrMltt.
O.MEX ask for suffrage first of all because of the inherent
call in the human heart for freedom of the individual ex-
rvv presoion and the ever growing consciousness that each life
is sacred to itself, and women feel that FKEEDOA1 OF
EXPRESSION IS THE BIRTHRIGHT OF THIS AGE, and
one who lives in moral, material and spiritual bondage is a felave and
llaseiilinity and men have always stood for the creative sidd cf
life and embodied force, power, dominion and control, while women
Lave always embodied the receptive qualities of pity, affection," sym
pathy arid love.
Men, as wisdom, have been the law and the lawgivers, and women
as love have been the fulfilling of all laws.
THE AGE HAS CHANGED. AND MEN ARE PASSING AWAY
FROM THE DOMINANT OBJECTIVE SIDE OF LIFE AND TAKING A
NEW POSITION IN THE WORLD OF THINGS, 8LOWLY STEPPING
INTO THE SUBJECTIVE SIDE OF LIFE AND UNFOLDING MORE
LOVE IN THEIR NATURE, WHILE WOMEN ARE FORGING INTO
POWER AND CONTROL AND EXPRESSING MORE POWER IN
These laws are coming not because men and women make them
io, but because the hour has struck for the great cosmic working out
of a NEW EXPRESSION IN HUMAN LIFE, and neither the
race nor the individual can outstrip thi cosmic plan.
Women a-k for suffrage because it brings thera not only freedom,
l)tit JUSTICE. This cry for justice has been 'ringing tbrougn the
ages. If was raised first by women to get pin.iqp antl.reedom fyr
their own bodies; from tho hateful center of a harem it first Bounded,
and then on down through tho years it fought through all the jungle
way of higher education.
THE ONLY SOLUTION.
(Eant Oregonlan, July 9.)
Voters of Oregon will be compelled
to pass upon 22 lcgislatlre measures
when they vote this fall. The number
Is entirely too large and many of the
measures are of auch a nature that
voters simply cannot hope to judge
Intelligently as to their merits.
Conspicuous In this class are the
eight county divinion bills that have
been filed. Each of these measures
pertains to an issue that is strictly lo
cal In character. The people of the
state at large are not Interested In
county division disputes. The average
voter cannot hope to Judge of the
merits of these division bills. From
one side he will be showered with lit
erature favorable to division; from
another quarter he will be implored
to vote against division. Often people
residing in the proposed new counties
do not want division to carry.
Now what is the poor voter to do?
In the view of the East Oregoniark
there ia but one logical way to 6ettle
county division problems. All those
problems should be held In abeyance
until a law has been enacted leaving
the settlement of such disputes to the
people who are directly Interested In
tbem. It Is pretty eertaln that such a
law will be puSKcd by the next legisla
ture. Such a law was passed by the
last legislature, but fo- some unknown
reason was vetoed by (Jovernor Cham
berlain following the close of the session.
Are not your taxes high enough?
Can two county governments be sup
ported as cheaply as one?
The cry of division comes from real
state speculator who hepe to profit
by having the county "Beat located so
as to Increase values'Ytjif wtU kave
to pay for It.
KEIiSCRICE FOR THE EXAM I ' EH
i The confidence felt by farmers and
gardcncri in Ferry s Seeds to-day i
would have been Impossible to Icel in
any seeds two score ol years
ago. We have made
science ol seed
exactly what you
expect ol them. Kor sale
everywhere. FEBIVS ItlB SEED
1 1.1 It'll Fret on request
D. M. FERRY CO, Detroit, Mloh.
Iryiii preparation simply d.iveL
cp dry c.-sWru ; tiiey dry up the secretions,
which adhere tu th lacmbrauH ami doeom.
pone, c.timiiju; u fur more m rioiis trouble
tluin the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid
all ilryin.: inhalants, fumes, suiok-s and
SiiuQs and use that which ob'uiihCH, soot lies
and heals. Ely's Creuiu Iinliu will iitasti-r
catarrh or eld in the head easily and
pleasantly. .Ml driik'rists s' ll the 50 emit
size. Liy lirothers, 5d Warreu htreut,
The Halm is used without piiln, lines not
Irritate or oiumi sneezing. Jt spreads itself
Over an Irritated and miKry surface, reliev
ing iininediati ly the painful intl iiuiniition.
Ely's Cream i'.alm contains no cocaine,
inercuiy nor other harmful drills.
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If.irui anil Nuviel
l.lvb Htoi k I'rol.o
toll AlhlHUKtlllll, o
which tliu iinrliir
iKiied la a iiiuiiilmr
will kIvu SI.UjuOO
reward for evidence
li-mliiiK to Hid r
rett and ronvlctlou
ol any party or liar-
lien u alius norai-a,
cattle or inulua t
lu addition to the above, the umlcrtilirned
offers on the aarae oondiltou 1.01 u.00 lor all hon
es branded horae-ahoe bar on both or either
law. lirand recorded In eight Cuiiiitli-a. 1Uhk
llarnuy, like and Crook eouutkn. Horaea
Tented wlm u aold.
None butyrowa horaea sold, and only In large
buhclicn W. W, liHowN. J- lie. Oregon,
' HI I'd rn' Cry
CASTOR I A
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in v hi li o:"i tin- I'Dirst K'i m i-i c iit.'ir
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mill I it t it;, 1 1 1 hi- tli. I 'i v " I 1 1 1 1 if i s I 'i 'Mi list
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1 1 . 1 1 1 I . 1 1 'hfiffvt'O man lh.it r.i'ts mIh.'hI c(
tllf IMlll'o.'lll Will lif i.ll til, lnihl t( lll'll pi Mill lift'
w I f 1 1 it im s in tlii' 1 1 f x t 'o it p 1 1' 1 1 i'm is Ml most
wluif itifii mikI onifii mi . 1 1 v i " i (.ni lor
tlifin li' m lioni" lli.'it iv Imt lioin ili lit. f no
fn in tin t iiil i olli t'ic, 'i ri in in int -1 1 m i k In o
Iioiii iMX.itioit until 1'iiflf .-i tit li.is ilifili'il the
lain I to loll-ullilV l Yl'l llol Ml S Willi 11 ol flll-
itiviiif Is -pi nt tio tlif plav is lor youi'vflf
ami I.i in il w 1 1 i i i r v i i. i s mnk f pf mK 1 1 is
f or u i II a in i no ot f t o 1 1 II mi wli.it to tlo
lint your ow n tjootl m i m- ;t d iKsitf lo adil ti
your possfssions aain-t tliat !ay that tonus to
us all w lif ii lii.- ii li.is to stop work and .allow
others to liinsh wli.it lu- li.is Iuijmii.
will make you
rrs vi n i: n H'k. -r.ii. it. u-au on to it,
tlirottlf it, lint make it yours. The
time will never fotne Muain w lif n you
eau ft t tli1 lauds that you are now aide
tn-jvt li'ie I'hii.i I'uele Sam. My loea-
1 1 til tci'v.ilf I I .' ! votl a I !(' --!! I V Sll'Vli'fS in-
ili-pt -nss! .Ii- to the man that wants the Im st land
as s,,on av po-ili!o and I am aide to pl.u'e you
on land that is worth hundred.- ol dollar- more
than some land- that you have seen. I have
parties lea villi; here lor the various seltlfiiifiits
i verv day or two and W ill he aide to lake votl
il vou let nif know in time. I'O IT .i '"'A'!
W. ROCHE PICK
Homesteads and Relinquishments
"Clean Dirt Means
Money To You
, jijmi" imi 1 1
Gee Vong and Tom Ilotai, I'rojn ietors.
Lake view, Oregon
I'Vesli Ilread. Cfike find Pie; on s.-d,. ( il-n-
I?aney Cake find all kind of Pastrv ina'de" to "order.
llie only lirst class short older idaee in the town.
Open I lav and N'ijjit
fiasr-eun rumnourm cowi-fnar riv
BARNUM C ft E H ART . . - Pmoi-mmloD
l lie EiirjreHt l.lver.v Mini Food Slnldo In .s, ,ii I horn Oregon
or Northern ( iliri.iiilii. IIoisoh I'.oiinloil l, tin- Day, Week
or .Month. Speelnl Attiiti..n tihcu (,, TrhiiHleiit Stock
ricici:, $1.00 1 1 : 1 c kiwn
LAKEVIEW - . . OREGON
Chamberlains Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Itemed? Is today the best
known medicine In use for the relief
and ure of bowel complaints. It
cures gripping, dalrrhoea, dysentary,
and should be taken at the Urn l un
natural loosness of the bowells. It ia
equally valuable for chlldtirn and
adult. It always cures. Hold by all
Don't f waste youi money luiyiug
plasters when you can get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty
fire cents. A ple.ee of flannel dam
pened with this liniment Is superior
to any plasiei for lame Lack, pains
In the side and chest, and much
cheaper, hold by all good dealers.
When Merit WiuB
When the inediciiie you take enrtw
your dh.eiiHo, tones up your system
and makes 'you feel better, atrong'-r
and more vigorous thau before. Tliat
la what Foley's Kidney 1 Ilia do lor
you. 'in all ciihoh of tiackache, liead
Hche, iiervouaiiess, loss of appetite,
sloeidiihsnes and general weakness
tlmt Is caused bv anydlsonler 'of the
kidneys or bladder,
A. li. Thornton.
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