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Lake County Examiner
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LAkeriew, Oregon, TtaurNduy, July 4, 1912
Lakeview baa gained a wide reputa
tion as a residence town. Tbia fact la
attested by its many beautiful and
snodemly built bomea. The first at
traction that meets with commendation
ironi the stranger is Lakeview'a reai
, ence districts and the character ot
homes that have been built here. Peo
ple remark about the clean appearance
t Lakeview and go awy telling their
eighbors and friends of this condition.
Conditions naturally, in all thinga,
afcange. We have coming towna on ail
aidea of us that are atriving for the
same reputation. And it is only natur
al because the era of development
swooping down upon other localities as
has been prevalent in Lakeview for
Alturas to our south is growing and
is making improvements, they are now
flirurinar on sewering the town. Bend
to our north, is a thriving little city,
they have already voted a bond issue
for putting in a sewerage system.
Burns, to our east, will also soon hold
an election for this purpose. Paisley,
aearer home, is giving promise of
coming little city, and we can expect
the same of New Pine Creek and the
ew town, Fairport to the aoath. With
all these towns in their progressive
states and in their future, Lakeview
heartily rejoices. She does not envy
ttterr, she extends them the glad hand
f fellowship snd wishes them pros
But, on the other hsnd. isn't the fsct
f this tide of progression worthy of
some consideration? One thing is im
sninent and that is, we have competi
tion, which necessitates action. And
competition means one of two things.
success or defeat. Lakeview haa many
resources upon which to draw to main
tain her reputation as a residence
town, but it is necessary to keep up
with improvements. The next vital
issue towards future development of
Lakeview is the sewerage system. It
is fortunate that we have the plans
ander way as they are at present, and
the only thing that remains for the
citizens to do is to vote for bonding the
town for the necessary amount with
which to construct the system.
inn of c.i : iren and their death from
lockjaw by prohibiting the sale of fire
work and like destructive agencies
Ortieial appreciation of thia fact is
evidenced by the enactment and en
forcement of appropriate ordinancea.
Many officials have in the moat salu
tary way cooperated with non-government
agencies interested in the safe
and sans Fourth. Legialation against
fireworks haa been restrictive or pro
hibitive. The latter, ot course, gives
the best results.
In European countriea occasions akin
to our Independence Day are comemor-
ated by means of fetes and other pic
turesque ceremonies, auite adequately,
just as heartily and with as much pat
riotic fevor as among us. Continental
people have a genius for festivities,
national aa well as sll other kinds. For
adult patriotism, oratory may suffice;
but thia ia not satisfying to the youth
of the land. In the legitimate interests
of boyhood and girlhood, thinga equally
Drilliant and satisfactory must be sub
stituted for the noise, the flare and the
vari-colored flame: and substitutes
even more resplendent have been found
in abundance. We have now a method
by which the Fourth shall cease to be
a day of terror, and shall become in
stead one of happiness, recreation and
enlightment. Noise is now being re
placed by music the music of bands,
and of chorouses drilled weeks before
hand by skilled leaders, and the singing
of national aira and popular songs
There are tableaux, plays, floats de
vised by artists, representing historic
and -patriotic incidents and achieve
ments: parades in which the Army and
Navy, the police and fire departments,
the militia, school children and Indus
trial organizations lane pari: picnics
with circuses and pink lemonade, pea
nuts, ice cream ana watermelon are
sufficient to satisfy most ancondean
digestion: parks snd other public
plsces and buildings, both public and
private, gorgeously illuminaed tv elec
tricity . children's carnivals and dances ;
school celetrationa: athletic snorts.
with distribution of copies of the CCon
stitution, and so on.
Ana no mannings, no Burnings, no
killings, no lockjaw !
SAFE AND SANE
Old Custom of Noise and
Confusion Being: Replac
ed by Music
Golf Shirts. Combs, Barrettes I Children's Hosiery I Nu Buck Shoes
Men's fine U df Shlrta Inn vnrlet In asmirted eliad. aof good quality Children's litis quality liUkf.it- Nil liiekaiies asd Oxfords, tan
of neat pstternn. worth up toll 60 pyrollo In a variety of decorations toil late effe. t Stock lug", vour jwd Hark (s;,1nlj
your choice your choice choice, a itlr, only up to $.'..0(ivliolee, a pair
95c 10c 15c $3.50
Men's Underwear Girls' Gloves Fancy Collars Red Cross and Others
Fine ril.lHMl Uuderwear, MilrtH Olrla' Cotton (Moves, In fancy Ladles' fancy Uollara and Jalt Bin or Oxford, in a (treat
and Drawer to match, worth up weaves ud lace cflects-a pair In a variety of atyl.a and colors, variety of styles that nra worth
to $1.00 a anli unit only ' that sold up tn 4H choice now up lo H.V. your choice, pair
45c 10c 25c $3.00
Boys' Suits Wash Goods Fancy Collars Fine Shoes
One lot of Hoys' Suits' worili up Fine Klaxons. IX ml ties and Ladles' fancy Collar and Collar Oxford ami Nlim-a lo a variety
to 10,50. alses 3 to 9 years your ItatUte, worth regularly S.V a yard and Cuff Seta, sold formerly up to fo styles that sold up to 13.75
choice a yard, only 76c your choice your now for, a pair
$2.50 15c I 45c I $2.50
BAILEY & MASSINGILL The Home of Good Values
men In crenerar. "nays the Dry (;hJ
Oue of the daintiest of boudoir aets
la shown In whit cotton voile, with a
pink ribbon di-Nigu running through It
and large pink roses placed on the rib
bon at Intervals In border effect
This deslgu adapts Itself admirably
to the various methoda of trimming;.
Cut Into strips the material la used
as an attractive border all around th
square pillow or tn two vertical bor
ders across the long pillow. The long
pincushion nnd corset bag have this
border ruuuiii).- through the eeutiT.
An effective new (rimuilng that la a
revival of an old mode, old enough,
however, lo Im ucain culled new. Is
the frl !).'' und piissftitentcrie border
of itinera me tont ll the way. wide
bauds of lace trcxheied In Hoe ma
crume cord, copying veulse patterns,
are belli; used as lilph style dress
trimmings, and this is probably retqxm
slble for the reap-a ranee of this kind
of work In the fancy goods depart-
A Simple and Girlish
Design For the Event.
The snesring operations are now well
nigh completed at all of the corrals
hereabouts. The clip this year is es
timated at about 7 pounda per head,
which is 1 pound more than last year.
The cause of last season's shortage
was attributed to the previous severe
r. P. Ligbt'of Hotel Lskeview baa
Alturaa Plaindealer: The press of
the county has reported the sale of the
XL property to Wm. Ileryford. The
fact are, Mr. Ileryford sold the prop
erty a few years ago to the Oregon
Valley Land Co. Fart payment was
made at the time, but the company
failing to meet further payments Mr.
Hervforc" merely took bis property.
The Examnier acknowledges with
thanks the receipt of a season paaa to
ail the various attractions at tha Al
turaa Fourth of July Celebration. An
effort will be made to have the rJxami
ner represented at thia joyous occasion,
but had tne holiday not occurred on
press day, we promise that It would
have been represented in larger numbers.
For the first time In its history the
fsmoua battleship Oregon Is to visit its
own state. During the Elks reunion.
In July, the historic old fighting ship
will be brought to Portland harbor,
where it will be much admired by all
loyal Oregonians. Nival officials
have at last given their consent to the
requeat that tba Oregon be brought
Rev. E. S. Wilcox, of Paisley Tues
dsy came down on a business trip. Me
Is publishing the Chewaucan Press
since the desth of L. R. Jones, and has
been appointed administrator of the
to her sinter, Mrs. Thomas Sullivan. PI f- 1 0
Miss Mynn has been acting a trained
nurse in that city. Mie received a
hearty welcome on arrival from many
Following Is a corrected list of ra
tional banns that susended payment
after the pania of 1K9:, and is a cor-
t rection of the list contained in the
U. of O. Bulletion, Vol, IX. No. i: j
Among the national banka that aus-j
pended payment were the liaker City ;
National, First National and The Dal-,
lea National of The Dalle. National
Bank of Pendleton. First National of:
i Arlington, Linn county National of j
AJbsny and Eugene National of Eu- j
Silver Lake Items
(Sliver Lake lewder)
We had a pleasant call last
been confined to bis borne this week i estate. He ststed that Mr. Junes hsd
with an attack of appendicitis. Mr. JU8t bought the paper shortly prior to
and Mrs. Light were intending to itt-1 tbe time he was killed and had closed
tend the Elk's Convention at Portland, the deal the same dav of his death. We
ach year since 1903 The Journal of
the American Medioal Association has
been.wagirg a propaganda against the
insensate maiming ani death-dealing
methods of celebrating our indepen
dence holiday, it ban gathered and
collated the indubitable facts; and the
lay press magazines and newpsapers
have seconded its endeavors so that
an almost revolutionary change has
been taking place.
It is gratifying to observe that more
and more the constituted authorities
have recognized that it is their duty
to prevent the burning and the crippl-
THE TOWN CRIER
Was put out of business
by Printer's Ink
Yes, It Is rather early In the season
to talk of graduation gowns, but
tempus bus a fashion of fugltlng
quicker than schedule rime In these
strenuous days, so before one bas s
chance to turn n round the aneet girl
"grad" will be needing her new gown.
The Illustration shows u dcllfcbtfully
simple ana klrlisu design lor tbe oc
casion. The tunic lacing Is one of the
noticeable features, and altogether the
gown Is "sweetly pretty," as our Eng
lish cousins Bay.
PRINTER'S INK Will Get Business
For YOU. We Do Up to Dats
JOB PRINTING. TRY US
Boudoir 8ta For Summer.
The new spring lines to fancy bou
doir sets, Including sofa pillows,
scarfs, bags, pincushions and a large
number of practical articles, are
brought out In particularly attractive
materials and with pretty minor vari
ations In the way of trimming, which
makes them very fasclnutlng to wo-
and were to leave today with VV. Lair
Thompson and wife, but bis illness
will prevent them from attending.
F. P. Cronemilier and wife and
motner, mrs. uaniei cronemilier, yes
terday left for Klamath Falls bv auto,
Mr. and Mrs. r. P. will continue to
Portland to take in the Elks Reunion
while Mrs. Cronemilier, Sr will visit
in Klamath Falls until their return.
They will be absent about two weeks.
T. J. Waldron, of Goldfleld, Nev.,
arrived in Lakeview this week on an
Inspection trip of the country. He Is
representing a colony of people in bis
section who desire a new location. He
purchased a horse while here and went
to the northern part of the county to
see what be could see in that country.
J. b Hanson Sunday crossed the
lake in his gasoline launch to join tbe
Lakeview excursionists at New Pine
Creek. The trip over was easily made
but on attempting to ret urn
the boat refused to work, which trouble
necessitated him in having the launch
brought to Lakeview by wagon for re
Several outfits of travelers enroute
through town Monday and Tuesday at
tracted quite large crowds through tbe
sale of horses. Monday a larere audi
ence gathered at the Bank of Lake
view corner, and Tuesday noon a much
larger gathering took place at Bieber's
corner. Several of the animals were
Michael M. Barry, the local sheep
man, ia expecting a visit from his
father, who is now in Newmarkt, Ire
land. Mr. Barry, Sr. is a well known
figure in Irish politics. He was a resi
dent of this section for many years and
still owns considerable land in Lake
county. His visit will be looked for
ward to with interest.
Burns Herald: George Stork man. the
Ontario cigar manufacturer, was here
during the week displaying his wares.
ne is malting good cigars and sold a
nice lot to local dealers. Mr. Slomman
didn't propone that the newsDaner
man guess at the duality of his cooda.
as he left a generous supply for our
trial and we can vouch for them.
'I he uniform sucveu Hint lis Attundotl tbe
UMof Chamberlsio'iCollo, Cholera aui Ularr-
lioea Eemedjf bus made It a favorlta every
where. It caii alwajn b dupeodeil upon. For
ale by sll dealer.
acknowledge a pleasant call from Rev,
George Wingfleld, who had the Sen
atorial toga of Nevada thrust upon him,
nut wno oas not yet accepted It. ac
companied by Governor Oddie and
others, has returned to Reno from the
Wingfleld hunting lodge in Lassen
County, Cal. WingHeld states that he
has not yet made up his mind whether
be will accept the appointment or not,
and that he does not know when he
will decide. Wingfleld will be in Elko
George Ede, who has been boring an
artesian well in the Drenkel addition
to Lakeview, this week, moved his
machine to Warner where he bas a con
tract for sinking swell. It is said that
be reached a depth of 400 feet on the
well here and that water raised within
four feet of the surface. Mr. Ede did
not state as to hie Intentions about con
tinuing boring but it ia likely that he
will resume work after his return from
This section last Saturday and Sun
day nights was visited by light frosts.
The first report was rather discourag
ing, but later returns show that no
damage was done other than some gar
dens were slightly touched The past
cool wave seems to have been general
over the country according to reports,
A heavy freeze now would probably
injure some of tbe grain but nearly all
fruit is beyond any damage.
With the many crowds of people
gone to attend the various celebrations
at neighboring towns, together with
the delegations that have left for Port
land for the Elks convention, Lake
view today seems almost deserted. It
shows the proper spirit on the part of
the people by so generously attending
outside celebrations, and places Lake
view in proper line to expect returns
when she holds her celebration.
Miss Bride Flynn, who made many
friends here on her former visit, Sat
urday evening, arrived from San Fran
cisco and expects to spend sometime
in both Lakeview and Plush on a visit
evening from O. C. tjibbs, an attorney!
It the rainfall keeps up in the same'
proportion it hns the past month there
can be no complaining about the lack ;
of moisture. Last Saturday 7H-100 of
an Inch fell, and the grain looks well
as a natural conneucnoe.
The irrigation project of C. H. Mq
Kendree to store and use the surplus
waters of Silver and Buck creeks is as
suming a very encouraging stage. Mr.
R. II. Rogers, hss been msking a sur
vey of the proposed ditch during the '
past week and so far has encountered no !
very difficult obstructions to overcome, j
M. C. Mery and wife, of Chico, ChI.,
were gutn of the Hotol Chrisman last: Kt
Uinii.ii i . . k. , TL ... I
hlla .n, . .u n..:nr. A tl...l I I... . I II
i v Ktfii'K iu ui kiniiii iiv way
of The Dalles. The mute tv wav of
Lakeview and Silver I.aae from Cali
fornia to Portland i hecmnmiog quite
popular with autoUi, the roads gen
erally are good and the scenery beauti
ful especially through tbe Goose Lake
valley and across the, Sierras.
It It worst) thHii uw:leu to take any medicines
Internally for uiuacular or chronic rheuma
tism. All that is needed U a (rue application
of I'bamberlaiu'ii Mulniont, For sale by All
B. F. Cannon viHited his family Sun
day. Mrs. Cannon and daughter
Gladys, returned to the ranch with him
for a short time.
Mayor Campbell, of this city, left
for San Francisco, California, and
other cities. Monday. He exnecta to
te absent about three weeks. On his
return, operations will be resumed at
the Monarch mine.
E. S. Wilcox, who at present Is In
chsrge of the Press received a letter
trom the brother of the late L. R.
Jones, in which he stated that it was
not certain regarding his coming to
Paisley. However, he may later. Mr.
E. S. Jones haa large Interests in Min
neapolis and unless absolutely neces
sary, he may not be able to visit here.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WORK WANTlCD-ISither household,
ranch or cooking. Apply Mrs. E.
M. Hell, t'ost (Mllce. Lakeview, Ore.
K)lt SALE To' the lilifheHt bidder.
80 acres. See, 7, T. 87, it. 18 East,
Lake County, Oregon. Sprague
. River roi.s through it. Mrs. J. I
Kirlty, Hf Joseph, Mo. Jy4-10t
fjRADLEY ENGINEERING CO.
MININO AND "iyu, KNOINKKHH
Mining Location and Patent Surveys,
Farm aud Irrigation Work.
AM MONAUNOCK BLDO., .. HAN KftANClHdO
NEW PINK CRKKK OltKOON
Whooping ouuyb Is not dung-arous when the
counh Is kept loone and ex pectoral Ion easy by
glvlus Cbamberlaln's Cough Homed y. It bas
been used In many epidemic of this dlseat
wl lh per lee t luecewt. For sale by all doalcrs .