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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1911)
i REQUIREMENTS OF PARCELS POST
Children Cry for Fletcher's
NEW MARK AGE LAW rllilllNM
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VVM. WALLACE. Dr -.U r at L; t vi w.
Sulom. June 121,-Much discussion
mm pcvfral )vrtinnt questions have
been inspired by tho now Ihws relating
to persons nuhorixed to volomnixe mir
rinjrf A now interpretation is placed
upon the itntus of parties united in
mnmnire by a person who is unauthor
ized to perform such ceremony. Here
tofore it has been held thnt tho parties
were legally married, but now it
appears by the new law that they are
not Ilegally mrriel and the person
nfliciating is liable for performing the
ceremony. The attempt in passing tho
new law has been to guarantee proof
of property ri;ht and the legitimacy
of children. That preachers may be
guided in the matter of registration,
the Attorney-l'ieneral has been asked
to Rive his advice on several points.
His letter follows:
Kev. K. II. Todd. Willamette I'ni
versity -Pear Sir: In compliance
with your request for information re
specting persons authoriihcd to solem
nize marriages in thin state, the law as
amended says : '
"Marriages may be solemnized by
any minister or priest of any church
or congregation in the state anywhere
in the state, provided they have re
corded with the County Clerk in the
county where the marriage is solemniz
ed satisfactory to be approved by the
County Clerk and recorded in a book
by him called "Authority to Solemnize
Marriage," For which he shall charge
10 cents per folio for recording and in
dexing. Said charge to be not less
than 2." cents. Marriages may also bo
solemnized by any judicial officer of
the state any where in his jurisdiction.
The statute also requires the persons
solemnizing a marriage to deliver to
the County Clerk of the county where
the marriage license issues and the
county where the marriage is solemniz
ed for record a certificate provid
ed for in the statute, and subjects the
persons failing to deliver such certifi
cate to a penalty of not less than $10
or more than $-"0."
As to the manner of furnishing sat
isfactory evidence to the various Coun
ty Clerks of the authority of any priest
or minister to solemnize marriage cere
monies and whether it is necessary for
such minister to present his original
certificates to each County Clerk, the
law provides : 'A public record of a
writing may be proved by the original
record, or by u copy thereof certifi
ed by the legal keeper of the record."
IS THEM HEN
A MONEY MAKER?
J The war last week againat the ex
press companion began before tho
committee on post offices and post
roads, when that body opened for
hearings several measures demanding
Congressman Pavid 0. Lewis of
Maryland appeared in person in the
support of his bill providing for the
condemnation and purchase of the ex
The following reasons why tho ex
press companies should be absorbed
were advanced by Lewis:
"First The express companies never
reach beyond the railways to the farm
ers. "Second The express companies
contractwith the rairloada to give them
an average rate of three quarters of
a cent per pound. With this rate the
express charges I y parcels Mist should
bo reduced from two thirds to one half
on parcels ranging in weight from
five to fifty pounds, and about "8 per
cent on heavier parcels by ro-opc-ration
of the express companies' plants with
the (Mist otlioe and rural delivery.
"The express companies are a posi
tive hinderance and an obstacle to tho
country's business," continued Lewis.
"The average charge for carrying a
ton of express in Argentina is $ti..rl ;
in Europe, $4.12. in America, fcll.'jn.
"The government can not conduct
the parcels post on railway transpo:;
tation rates. This is over 4 cents a
pound, and in competition with express
companies paying three quarters of a
cent tho companies are enabled to pay
over r0 per cent profU."
The committee considering tho Sul-
zcr bill for, a limited parcel post are
deep in their labors.
t. Tax xzrHmmiaxmwmmm
Fo: Infants and Ch:li'ren
The Kind You Hav3 Aftajs Bought
Bears the sjf
Oregon Agricultural College. Cor
vallis, June 2t!. "Do you consider
poultry keeping profitable on the
This is one of the series of twenty
five questions submitted to the farmers
of Oregon by the Poultry Department
of the Oregon Agricultural College.
The question was directed to the farm- i
ers on general farms, who sell eggs of j
poultry at market prices, not to finan-'
ciers or special po iltry keepers who j
sell egKs and stock at fancy prices.
' "A farmer has ideas of his own
, about Kuch things," ' ays Prof. James
i Dryden, head of the O, A. C. poultry
1 11 department, but he doesn't go out of
' his way very much to give the public
Are You Planning to Build1 the benefit of his ideas, and therein
Bungalows, Mills, Mores, Warehouses, i the public is the looser. I he regret
Schools, Brickyards, Creameries, Con-1 able thing is that very few farmers
it will pay you to consult us I ehicker.H, so they must guess a goor.
GEIJSBEEK ENGINEERING CO.! ,k'al in an Bering u..-l, a question. I!y
604 Blake McFall BIdg. 5 ttY uS lor'K asH"f-i!,ti."n wi,h f"wls- however,
Knowing grain in inein aim aiiienng
the eggH, he ;s able to form a fairly
accurate estimate of the profit.
"If the farmers are loosing money
on the hens, it means a tremendous
oss in the aggregate to the United
.States. If the loss should amount to
ir - , L ... i . ..i.i
til per ceiil un liic ounii.enn mill wuui'i
mean a loss or ai.out $lij,ouo to the
farmers of the United States. One
should give the farmers more credit
for their business ability than to be-
; lieve that they are going on year alter
j year doing a business of over half u bil
lon dollurs, if it were h losing proposi
tion. "Answers to the above question were
sent us by '.i'.'.i farmers, of whom 2815
BIG INCREASE IN :
Washington, Juno 21. A statement
issued by Postmaster-General Hitch-'
cock shows that a total of $.'i'.H, ;' was ;
deposited in the first 4S postal savings j
banks in the five months of their oper-1
The second group of l.r depositories, 1
which opened for business May 1, re-j
reived in the first month $T0.7t'. in de
posits 14.47 per cent more than was
taken in at the initial offices during)
the first month's operation, there being
21M separate deposits, averaging
On July 1. it will be possi
ble for depositors to convert their sav
ings accounts into United States bonus,
bearing 12 1-2 per cent interest. Many
applications for the bonds have been I
The reports received from the dej
positaries are so encouraging that the
prediction is made that by July 1 de
posits will have reached f UXKi.OOO.
AT PI AY V AT Tut CANAL
'no", und the
rest were noncommittal. Few quailli
ei Ft heir answers. but the decision on
the question is almost'.unanmious!y in
the affirmative. "f
. , Some declareditaT "profitable side
line.";; Mariyithoughtjit paid well with
proper ('arefand 'attention," "if taken
go(sltare of jand thej feeds are kept
where grain is': raised on the
and "with good k houses, etc.
Quel, says theyT, are "the most
pjroJHable'on the Jfarm of anything."
Therefr' seemsto be agreement that
system andcare are required to make
poultry pay on thergeneral farm.
C ASTO R I A
The horse is one of the most useful
and valuable of all domestic animal'',
and with proper and kindly treatment
responds willingly and freely to every
demand for his use to the utmost lim
it of his capacity. lie is kind, fatihful.
obedient, true and possesses traits and
powers that commend him to the kind
liest consideration of his master. Yet
with all these traits it is sad to note
that man, his master, often gives him
the very scantiest consideration. And,
strange! as it may seem, it is the class
of,'men, who from their occupation are
compelled to place the most depend
ence upon the horse who nive him the
least care, and mistreat him the mo'st.
How often does one see a farmer come
to town of a morning riding his favor
ite saddle horse, hitch hirn to a post
and leave him stand there all day,
without feed or water, no matter whe
ter it is on a cold, wintry day, or in the
boiling heat of u summer's sun, while
he goes about town having the best- of
fare; warming his body, or cooling!
himself in the shade in summer; hav-j
ing a fine dinner the companionship of j
friends and a general good time, utter-!
ly forgetful or neglectful of the wants ,
or comfort of the poor horse he has left j
standing, tied to the post. It is a
faithful saying that "the merciful man'
is merciful to his beast," but what a
comment is this upon such treatment
of the poor horse shivering and hungry
in the winter's blasts, or sweltering!
and thirsting in the summer's heat! Is
not that cruelty personified? Is such I
a Jhorteowner worth the friendship or!
companionship of his fellow man? Yet
his name seems to be legion. He may :
be found in every community. j
I'.y a recent decision of the state !
supreme court the "Home Rule" law .
with reference to cities and liquor
licenses is brought within the provi- J
sions )f the local option law. That Is
to say, if a city or incorporated town!
Is located in a county which as a whole
has voted dry, the authorities of that
city or town cannot grant a liquor li-;
cense until authorized to do bo by a
vote of the people of corporation at a
general election, but the county out-
side of the city has no say in the !
The Khnl You llmo Alwuj Uouglit, Hint hvh ht len
In uso for incr :) jmrsi, lm borifo the ulirimturo of
mill him Im'oii mmle under hi imt
it J&-fy"fT" '" mitIsIoii Muco II liifniify.
WtVVicvA'-Xif Allow no ono to d rlvo you In thl.
Alt Counterfeits, Imitation and, '.'iiMt-m-Kood" are hut
r.vprrliuontrt that trifle Mlih lino! endanger the lu alth of
InhwiU uiul ChlIlreii-i:Meilriue iu;l"t Kxperlmeut.
What is CASTORIA
OiKtorhi I a ha rm !!. toihslHuto for OiNtor Oil, l'nre
irorle, IroH nnl Soithlur Syru. It I I'leammt. It
eoiitaliis) mllher Opinio, Morphine nor other Nareotlo
MihntaiM'c. It litre I It t;narimteo. It li K!ro fornix
iiikI allnj H 1 Yoi l!ino. It rare IXarrloi'it und Vliu
'oIU. It rdU''. 'I eethllifT Troubles, riiri H t'umtlutlon
mitl riatuleu. y. It thlinllat the l ood, regulnteH the
Stomach and How Is, gl lap; lienlthy and natural ftlccp
The Clilhlrru'M l'aaiK-ea-Tho Mother' I'rh iul,
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
iBears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
I COMMV. T IUimT THCf T Ntw o cm.
HRUCTUn IN 1000
LIQHT & HARROW. Proprietors
F. P. LIQHT QHO. HARROW
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NOW City Bakery &
ruf-M Coffee House
ti - ' WATSON r.l.oi K. Ne-ir 'I. I. d oo.. Olllce
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Pastry,
Cakes, Light Breakfasts,
Lunches, Coffee, Etc.
Newly Fitted Weddlnu ami mi In r S'lx ciiil C iki H 1,1 itnb
lit Hle rt imiIIci- I'.li'ild 'I h k.'l, iniorfl d
New Management ir .Ta- cuMi .miy. vi o. inutiMi. i-ioj
The Proof of the Pudding?
is in the eating of it. Have you tried our maki
of Sugar-Cured Hams and Bacon, also
our Homo Made Mcnco Meat?
THEY WILL STAND THE TEST
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Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open. Phone 571
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