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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1910)
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in Fc nation
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l rv w rood iun
lioo. A. I namo.'"
w. i . ii y
Jolul Sviiator .
F. w n, ..-oii; Voters cannot lr. orm themselves on
wJ'.mh" n "ny "C.U det ills Involved una
jS aV"'".!!! -.'oorrtln!y it will bo thc!r i meral
w'. s. i'..it.v dioislon to vote "No" on the entire
j. W Haiiey-.
hnathan Po..n...Jr. ' Si. mis is mo opinion Ol me .Morn
ilit; Or. Rinnan lu ltd Irfsne of Juno 2,
"Nine .runty division scheme are
bidding for ntu-tiii.-iit under the Init-
of Hood River
county's success two years ago, and
the end is not yet. Here Is direct log
ing trouble through the fair expanse
"latest is Deschutes county, pro-
C.v.i nor P A I I t BH)N
JAMI t J Mil L
III N.I r. VOAKUMI
K. C. "'i
, K. A. Moore
1 Koi'.'n KuKiii i lative. in Imitation
III K K.im
. .aM OFFICE.
Arthur . on.m
frrd r l"ro..e.o."'r
UiKR rorK f T
By JAMB J. HILL. R.lrod Bulldtr.
ACK TO THE SOIL!
Tliis is tlio solution of
tlio proMcm of tlio liigli
; cost of living.
j The problem U not local; noi
1 tlicr i.s it national. It is INTKK
I NATIOXAU All Cliristnuloin is
wrestling with it. Obviously tlio
! WOULD II AS UKACIIKD AN
H A Hi mi HI ' s. nuns a petition to trie secretary or not prodiu-inff foo.lstu(Ts cnourli.
state Jind asking to Do carvel out of
WC IKU3I CHLAKliC int f A rl ro -
ING AREA OF THE EARTH i WE
MUST APPLY SCIENTIFIC PRIN
CIPLES TO FARMING.
. .ooo. H. N..od islatlon sone to seed
l. V. K..)r'.l'
U. It M.,rrjrinu
H P Bolknp
,,,. the northwest p.u-t of Crook county
'.K.. -iv.t ! u.nipiiua. Willlaois and Ne
boundaries, peclc tiule-
Brb'-ol Mipt. ...
6U.K Mittw'.'ior .
Wo must niltipt ourselves to con-
B Oi.lv ' per.deneo from Lane and Douslas
F. w rTne co. in ties. I'matllla county Is wret-
Alb. rt nt
R.V.a'.u' Oieba.d and Hudson. Clark desires i dhiom ns best we can while wo or.
..." C. M. Fn n i.f separation from (Jrant, Otis from Mai- I goiti through the) slow, teiliou-
I h k ' hfiir and Harney. A strip or Clack
vniJ. t'm.i'i"" 1 auias seeks nnn.xation to Multnouiah
TOWN OK I.AKF.V.EW
V. Siit-llui i
D. J. ii-"
J. B. Au'en
J, 8. Ln f
W. 8 STiuler . .
A. Bi'H-r .,
LAKEVItW UOAKD0F1K.AI .
. W. H. SHIRK
Pr1lc:.t p. t . Miller
Trwrer. ' m. B. Kiw
8frnj .. .. .
FlBnotf l-omoiitU"mn f t im
Indiiitrta'. ' p'i.4ine
fi,jLiie,,y :: :: w.p'HerV'oM
Mon:ct?l v K,hrl
Agricultural " 8 v- 141 n,r'
Rno n Hea.tqnrior for ttrftniT"
"I'o.ltiv'ians, oi lice-seekers and ambi
tions !i;tle towns are putting up these
county partition 'schemes. More
counties will provide additional ot
ficial places and other patronage
Tiiey w ill also make higlier taxes and
more trouble for property owners.
It is reaching a point in OrrRnii
process of making tho soil yield
By Covrrnor MALCOIM R.
SON of Tnnfff
By (.ov.rnor HlUBLKt S. MAOllV of
I IK cost of living problem
can only be solved bv KV
KUY FAMILY Kl.V.V
IN( A COW AND CHICK
KNS. IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO KEEP
A COW AND CHICKENS GO BACK
TO THE FARM.
The real cause of tho high prices
lies in the fact that there nro TOO
MANY TKOri.K IN T1IK C1T
IKS I'llODUCINQ TIIINCS
TIIKY CANNOT KAT.
By BENJAMIN f YOAKUM. Railroad
HE SECRET OF THE SOLU
TION OF THE HIGH COST
OF LIVING PROBLEM AND
MANY OTHER EVILS CAN BE
FOUND IN MEANS TO CHECK
THE MOVEMENT OF THE POPU
LATION TO THE CITIES AND EN
TICE THE PEOPLE BACK TO THE
ZHE LARGE CITIES ARE NOT j SOIL.
FOR THE POOR MAN.
Tlio thousands who can
CHURCH DIRECTORY buncll
to vole uniiormiy against all these
new counties. The voters cannot in
rorm themselves en the many local
details involved. In order to legislate,
therefore they are likely to take the
view that their safest action will be
that of votiriiT "No" on the 'whole
METHODIST CHrP.CH-lIA Y (
School tH a. m. Fre.! ja'ue every '; The Orcgonian comments gain on
tod?r "eetJn iU he scneme in its issue of June 2S:
,!aF w'S? " S. "A bT.t scheme for county dirls-
Everybody cordially lovited i to .ffjf jon uppeareU for liiiU4!!f enactment
" next November annexation of 8 rCc0
"lLbmrirveariTAM.nVTVon of Washington county to Multnomah.
i and urd Sun. Sunday scb".l atio A M. These county Questions are proper
Junior Bocicty at P M. BAptltouni . .....
People's L'nion ai:MPMon each Sunday, jubjects for legislative attention where
naytr aeeiinit at t.m r m n?uuwi; eve-
Jiverj body liivltft t a.'-i.d all er-
Ktv , tu e.Mim, l-aslor.
tcbool alter arlM-'Utlon. dj Ma. ai
70.n- MICHAEL O'MAIXEV. S.J.
CATHOLIC CHURCH- EVE ef SDAY '
and Benediciiou at 'o'closc a. m. n
IMT BAPTIST I'HI'Ri'H Of BOOHK I 4 If f
aT Kw PlM .M,Owon. Preaebln aer
y ce.7t it A M and T:W P M of jch fcn. day
of every month Sunday School al 10 A M
Prayer Service at 7:1u on Wdnesday even i ur
of each weed. All are cordiaily luvi'.ed lo
attend ibe services
L. E. HENDER0S.
A O. D. W.-LAKEVIEW LODG1 NO. 111.
Meet every second and fourth Thursday of
b , DODtb. in Minnie Hall, Lakevlew.
ha.. Tonningaen. W.M. ; Wm. Uuntner. F.
DEGREE OF HONOR-LA KESHORE U..
No. 77. D. of H.. A. O. V. W.. Meets r,i
h i i u r.f af h mnhUl w,,r"'
Hall: Etta Pea C. of 11.; Mary Poat
L.of H.: Mamie McCulley, C. oi C: Cora
I O. O. F--LAKEVIEW LUUGE, N'.
O F , meets everv Saturday evenin.'
Fellows Hail, at :M o'cli.. k, from ').'. i I
to April 1, and at t olclocli from A .ri 1
September 30. A. E. tneney. -V. o.: -Cheney,
I O O. F.-I AfcFVIfcW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
'l O. O. F., DieetB tlie fir-t and third Tnnrs
day eveUirKf ol each month in Odd r'uli'.w"
Ha.l. IsMcviiw. CD. Arthur, CP-. A. 11
REBEkTi! I.OW,E- LA Kt IKW LOIh .E, NO
! I O O. F., ir.eets tlie (.."ond and p.iirtb
Fridays oI.-.bm.bth in o-M FHImv. Hail,
Mm. M' Al-trom, N.U.; Mrs. Ida L B.nns
V.G.J Mn. M. U.Moea. secretary; Mrs. Ale
where tne electorate will foef obliged ! not enjoy the luxuries and pleas
tires of the cities should not stay
there to see them pass them. The
poor man s prb
lcin is solved in
the SOIL OF
tho south inorr
than in tho Koil
of tho west. No
land yields more
ed than tho farm
country of the south. Novhcro is
there more surely a LIVELI
HOOD AWAITINO tho man
who is willing to do the work of a
they can be studied on their merits
and be amended and adjusted to Buit
local needs. The great trouble with
the Initiative measures is that each
and all of them emanate from a spec
ial interest. So element should ever
be allowed to frame laws regardless
of other elements of the population.
Yet that is what they undertake to do
when tney refuse to take their bills
before the legislature and insist on
enacting them by the 'direct' method.
Lawmaking is one of the oldest of
the affairs of men and ages of exper
ience have proved tne superiority of
legislation by delegates instead of by
the mass. I-legUed, representative
government is the most triumphant
lesson of history."
LET THE COUNTIES DECIDE.
e.E.H. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 5, LAKE
view, Oregon, Meets oil 1 aesday, on or be
lore full moon and two weeks tberealter, in
Mascnic Hall. at 7:S0 o'clock.
Visiting members are cordially !nv ted.
CORNELIA A. WATSON, W. M,
L,. F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Noary Public
l.nk.' view. OrrtfO.
l-ai.d Jlat tei Kpeelull
OFFICE Daly Building.
Land and Law Otilce
Abstractor of Title
Laiievi :., Ore-
yt LAIR TllO.Ml'SOV
Attorney at Law
Office in 0. V. L. Co.'b Uuildin.
J. L. LYONS, D. D. S.
Office In Watson's Block; Lake
EigDl Year s experience In Michigan.
OradoaU of tulveralty ol Mlcblgaa.
Qivi6icn Should be Settled by People
The Kiit;fene Register declares that
county division Is a matter that should
be settled by the people directly con
cerned. In reference o the issue, that
"With over thirty initiative petitions
to be voted oti at the general election
this fall, the Oregon voter is in a
good deal the same position as an old
Missouri negro who recently took the
civil service examination for a posi
tion as Janitor in one of tho capit.ol
buildings. He went up looking pretty
chesty. He thought that what be did
not know about janitoring was of very
little importance anyway. When he
came away from taking the examina
tion he wa.i looking so downlallen,
that someone asked him what had hap
pened. 'Happened!' raid he, 'why,
boss, dey uhked me tiling- dat hap
pened 'to I's j-n.' "
"One (it the arguments advanced by
tho county division promoters is
'More counties and a greater Ore
gon.' They claim that divisien of the
largo counties into smallf r ones is ot
the same value n the state tiiat divis
ion of tlie large farms into ninailer
tracts is to the community. I'ossiuly,
Hut the (pie.stion is has the community
at large any right to say whether
Tohn Jones, who owns a tract of a
thousand acres, shall willy nilly cut it
up into small holdings, or does that
right lie with John Jones alone. Coun
ty division is a thing to be settled by
the people concerned, nnd not by the
gtate at large."
Increased agricultural produc
tion will not decrease the net prof
its of the farmer. Instead it will
ADD TO Til KM by multiplying
tho volume, as
well as by in
home, while at
the same timo it
will decreaso tho
cost to the con
suming classes in
ing regions and the crowded cen
ters of population.
Nothing would mako moro for
good citizenship and industrial sta
bility than ItKLIKVINO TIIK
CONGESTION IN OUT.
Wild Animal Life Bound
to Become Extinct
If Not Protected.
By Professor WILLIAM T. HORNADAY. Director of the New York Zoological Park.
N 6pite of all the efforts now being made in reds and patches
throughout the United States for the preser tion of wild liio
those efforts, as a whole, are only partially successful, and tho
SUM TOTAL OF WILD Llr h- IS ULUUL asiau
WITH MADDENING CELERITY.
FROM PATAGONIA TO THE ARCTIC BARREN GROUNDS A
MIGHTY ARMY OF RUTHLESS DESTROYERS IS HOT ON THE
TRAIL OF EVERY LIVING CREATURE YIELDING A PRODUCT
WORTH 10 CENTS THAT CAN BE KILLED LAWFULLY OR UNLAW
FULLY WITHOUT DETECTION.
The time has come when it is the bounden duty of every governor
of a state and every president of the nation to mako it his business to
help inaugurate new methods arid provide new means for WILD
LIFE PROTECTION that will be ten times more effective than all
such measures are today. The EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC
to the wisdom of such work and the necessity for it is not even half
IT IS THE DUTY OF THE NATION AND THE 8TATE8 TO
HOLD AND ACT NOW ERE THE GENERAL SLAUGHTER OF THE
WILD CREATURES SWEEPS THEM ALL AWAY BEFORE THE EYES
OF SEVENTY MILLION OF DOLLAR WORSHIPING, PLEASURE
I I' LA Y
"It will bn '23' for all but about nine
of those 32 Initiative measures to be
Toted on at the November e!ectl"
GAeWayl Get and Use My Money
y JAMI i A. PATTtN of Chicago. Broker.
all my Moel.r:.n.es just LIKE A CAME OF CHESS.
1 lav the le.ard before me I ponder over each figure
ore 1 inaiio a iiiovi; j"ninn, tJ -
. II (T . i . .
have found that success has invariably attended my chomp.
When I was a small lad at school I always took a deep interest in the
rule of three. Every problem I have ever solved in after life was
founded on ihat rule.
THIS MUCH I ADVISE FROM MY OWN CASE: I NEVER BUY
ANYTHING I CANNOT SELL TO ANY MAN. YOU MUST LEARN TO
SAY NO IF YOU WILL SUCCEED.
Another thing -I never invest in flats. Neither do I deal in mort
gages. I couldn't evict people, and I don't want to bo a Shylock any
way. M.v advico to tho young men would be: NEVEIl BUY AND
OWN YOUR HOME that is, unless you Lave a fortune. It'a a
luxury that ties up many bright and energetic young men.
To be happy with money you must OWN YOUR HONEY, not
let your money own you. I own my money. It is harder to eavo your
money than to make it.
THAT THE WORLD IS GROWING BETTER IS MY IDEA OF
THINGS. THE RICH MAN 13 BEGINNING TO REALIZE HIS DUTY
TO THE WEAK MAN.
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