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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1912)
NIIDS STATE AID - jBILS. HAS HOPES LUlii...
AVERS fiElllil UF GOVERNORSHIP:
Urn Selling, rrngrwohe Id -nut Iichu
nominee fur United !;tii .( t a(nr,
lil the following ulmiit KiKiirii Off
iron, ftt r I'ump i ting a tour Hiring h
thin auction in tchalf of til" tlimpaign :
"I''h-i i n Ori'K'n In mm iriplr lull
naif Bllll tllU iiikhU illltlK llf ilM (ll Vt I
merit sr nlinorit unbounded. In order
fully to iipprociiitn the ltriiti(innily )f
the tires nf iht H'l'tlnn of I lie atntc
It I (-"ci'llnl for tnn to ohlinn flrt
hsnd 1 1 1 f or ii . I in i of Hit) -oiii.lt y .
"Although liil' people (if Mm lulu llf
gon hnve mmir ri'ti.HrkHl In hi r i ) n
tho iliv. Ii iitimiil if thMt ki cIkiii in
recent yciTii, toth thu Mttliu.ciit inn!
ftilovfl prin i.t work have lion km imily
retard 'd through tic los to tii'i Mute
of its Juit shiro of the IN I'l.iniaiiiih
Stfivire fiiiul. The iln hurM n.ciil f
tilth luml him nut t I'nn minle in ai ror t
unci" witu t hii liiii cn(itiMii)l' ii t lie
time it wnh ! abliHiied Money ri
retve.i from tlir mile of pimlio 1mm!
in Oregon hnve Iiim ii ilivi iii-'l In ether
nt8i. , tluiicdv '! ir i v n g lliiii r-tnto nf
lur.ln lnntly n-'i'ili il and to which tin'
stato win int. (Ii'il for in igatmn pin
jT t . T'ii ii- ult him been t hut reveni I
project l.nvi' ii.'t been cumplelrd. Fur
them " ii i. ir 'in, urgent hijiIh l y
Oregon citizen fur the liitiimtiuii of
other 1 1 r r I . t-" tin e l.ecn turned ilow n. "
A f'l't -itcii from Hniein under dnt of
Si jii , 25, any: ttc-oiiuxe a pi.lilic'Hl
I cr l hiiftlng tn the hut of William
Hanley Iha sage of Hum, hi) refused
in accept tho Id pulilirun nornlnslion
'or p.c-idci t InI cl" tnr, areordinif, to
p-lincal prdtrid-t li'nt'irn here from
Portland. It wnn declared that the
rental It'll dill not Intend to offend tho
ri'if'ilr Hi publican or th new Hull
nii ii ciK If h( rmilil aviiKi it l y staving
on hi t h'.UKfini'K nf acres in tho In
'I hi I !! I oiiiil to t o making a noise
I l.c the Kovcnior-hip, and it Ii declar
ed t tin' Mr. Hartley ha exportation!
thnt tint political wild will I low in hi
i Ir.'i'tldii, Whether hit hopes - will
lir ii IN nl hcnn wind of n lltjllmiiofc
i wit il in ni'i knnn.
ONE GAME LICENSE
A h remit nf the frierrlly relations
Ii.'t ni'i'ii tht- n rrniit ri .f tho Nevada
I'nh Unmnilinn mid the California
flfh iii l 1nrnrn rnrntriiutiion i' new
( ii likely, uri-( r lini; to J. I). Clmk,
On Account of Some
H B arising that wo did not anticipate be
fore, ivo will continue tho SPECIAL
SALE indefinitely. Wo have a welt
assorted stock of dry lumber and will
approciato your on'.or, regardless of
how small or large. During tho sale
all material will bo cash when it
loavc3 tho yard.
Yard on Center Ct.
Cut down tho lead
Cut down the
Shoot the speed shells and
Watch your field and trao aver
The ttccl lining gives the speed grips the powder charge with
just that compression needed to put all the drive of the explosion
Lehi.iJ your load.
Ami with f jistrrn I'aitmy leading, you're turo ol the mim
tiicrd-- uiiiioim tprcad cl pattern in each and cveiy lirll
Shoi Arrow and Nitro Club ttcel lined Eattern Factory Loaded Shells for
lieed plus pullcio in any make l ihotgun.
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
uroauway ,, Mew York
VHOLEGALE AND RETAIL
Post &. Klnfif
WALLACE & SO&3
iWm. Wallaoo, Coroner fur t.ako County i
I'KOMI'T ATTKNTIO.N AND SAI !.; ,C ll(t' '. I 'A K A NTUI l
Parlors, noxt door to Tc.cimono Gvnce
I'riHiilerl ThU hut ent n le,;rnm
tn II. W Di urlioin, liHir i mii ot lh'
( 'on rot mm Tr v r S point Money
I tHHiie, mi n .i.iii in Nw Ynrli,
XpieKlii( I tin up. i .in t int liu-diii''
unret nk r'.lt if ihn Di-murr -tii"
party i vii to'loUH ' run ift !''
turn The leli'icmrn In p-rt id hm fnl
"Tti lHifne ft iIhiim no much fiMnl
I rt lh" Dint thnt ii ' ot ill ulitiii-t I Mi
pnrtan'e that tt- i fl ve minuld im
e ilfil In another r .li ma' ramp tgr,
on the Irmnc t I i ' I rj' ly !'periri.
In my i.i lumen , ' ..iin mncu of
Ihn great era .1 pi-apent , h'K''
whk und K'"'i i'n'it, Mtin h in now
jiml opetiiiiaT to lot' i i pi.; nt ttilH i mill
try. 1 auk tht b'imiiei-f run of thin
country what eii'-ill hjfcfni r.t they will
anil whnt new Inventim'! t they feel
like nibkinkt n tm i. ne Irmn their
tidii.n trie niih rihy nt NoVMTiIh r j
next and learn that the ! riiorratii' j
prty will, alter tt.e. fiju lh of March'
JiUll, l't in at.Kiiluio i nntrnl i.f the xe-1
cutive, ti.e SeriH'B bmI the Huure of j
Hepti n niativui?
"No ot.e ran iifliirn the extent ot
the cluiiiifi'M which would l.e ellecleil in j
our e or timic ryxti'tn t.y nueh a re.' ult I
except from what hurt hatipened in the
iHt. Tim tnnlf wu iln tl.en tie revii"
(d on tr.n Ileninrralii' pri lipleR an
h(iwn hy tie llemneratte ti IN of the
IhmI two He. hloim nf eni.tl'e. and our
whole roi o'i.ic. Kyhlern ehaiKid. rro
pi r.ly would I i- hHlli d, liUKiuera wnulu
he irnprtired and tin: deirixii i fur lai.ot
woulil hiiw a marked fiillini; i.lT. '
I canto Into a hlKslnh town
'Tvaii hlg In point of iiUo,
I mot a melancholy clown
With mlaery In his eyes.
"Good lr," quoth I, and glanced
"What alia tho town and
la everyone vacationing,
And havo they nauKht to do?"
CKECTEP IN 1000
Jin rt n rniM- m
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
f. F. UQHT QCO. HARROW
mi. -lit i.t the
Ir ti '"il nrf
r I' dliiy
Mil lie liiiur.
- "f i' i "'. I Helices,
ti n i lri "i!iifi'reni'i
von must Inive
honrn ftroll lKMi
t Steel Lined
Vow V'T'I i K rr:y Think It Man
T f i v. c I ' n ff C '
Hill" ( ' I i'IIT !'
t:'!,.. mm tl'tli.'
on .1 n Ii " i i
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tli.'l -I' i'i o ! '. :r:
til.' i'i' ii u '.'"I t
tl.l'iix I'O I - '
hi.it-. I .t ' : i
! l!l i ;l'l I Ii ':."
2 I .' i" I l"Of i. ml v
tnivi-li ('tirit'-r the
inlli'i In the :'i:tl turn of tin- e.-irtli.
I'.nt tii; I not rt!l The earth inalio
A Jniiriiey n mitnl the nun every jenr.
ntnl n I'.ni: hut npld trip it Is. The
(list.mi e nf ni,r pltuict r -nin the suti
we will put nt fl'J ixi.omi mile. Till
la the rnilln nf the earth' orldt hnlf
the diameter of the circle, an wo cull
It. The whole ttirimeter l tlierefnrc
1. l.rK'.(Wt mile, nnil thf rlreuiiifor
once. I.cltitf the ('.'.mneter tnnltirilled by
.1.1 1 Kl. N iil.onr r.7S.Hi.lMKi
i Thit nri.T'ln i!!st:;ni'i' I he car?h trar
elM In ' enrlv '.i-nev, and (llvldltiK
It hy 'M'i we find tln ilttlly Koce.l iiliotit
', liKii.fHiO Then we i,'et the dlstnnce
j you rode iiround the aim durini; your
hour'a walk, divide nnln It twenty
i four, and the result 1" n'miit (Hl.tM-O
miles. Hut tli'.tt N not the end of your
hour'a trip The kuii. with its entire
1 brood of planets. In moving in space
at tlie rate of 1 "HUM KM n't) iiillc in a
year That Im at the rate of n little
more than i.'.s.ikio iiiIIch n day. or IS.
; 2."0 mile mi hour
1 So. lidding yotr three mt'ct nf lea
travel to the hour' nxlal movement of
tile earth, this to the earth's orhlta!
Journey n ml thai .itruln to tho earth'
ptcuMoii with the nun. and yon find
! yon have traveled In the hour M.'J.":
j Self Conscious Greatness.
I One day In the trnln-oti one of Vle
i tor Hull's Journeys to or Irom Finis-
aela he happeniHl to find hlmnclf in
the company of two r.ntrliti ladle
i who Hioke French llu'o Knew hut
one word of F.iijrUsh l'hrltmiis,
which he always pronounced 'f'hrist
tniiN." In the course of conversation
these ladle. observed that It must bo
Inconvenient for him not to know
Kncjlsh when he wim pas-dun through
(hat country. To which the treat
man s reply was, " lien l-.iiKianu
j want to talk with me she will learn
my t:ui.mia!;e: "I'Toni their nsiotusn-
melit at this answer." said Hup in re
lating the story, "It was evident they
did not know who I was!" "Victor
IIubo. Ills l.ll'e Hint Work," by A. 1
He fixed hin mournful eyea on me,
And aailJy Hhnuk his head
t Klanced at all who wandered past
And In their fat-oa rend
Despair 'Twaii plainly written there
That all who ran mlnht read,
"tJood afr," crli d I, "Fray answer mo
To my di'ttmndn give hood.
"Tho town, j hlu, but empty quite
Arid when I hint was hero
The street were swarming day and
The native shod a tear.
"Why, Ftrancr, have you never
What happened here of lateT
Vpon the la-1 election day
We held within this state?
"No! you shall hear the story now,"
Ho cried with loosened tonsue;
rom one who witnessed all tne rowi
And saw how It begun.
"You see. thn R'nslo Tnxer men
Accomplished their design
And I have lout unto the state
Tho farm that once was mine.
"And when I've earned a little coin
I'll hie me to a trnln
And h-ave this town far. far behind.
And ne'er, come back asaln."
This tale they to'd nir far and wide.
The r axri .(- I Inew
For l!ii-wle-'t"v:a rn e-f'-v i!de,
As towns more etnp' y crew.
"The out co' io
Or tax oi ' "
Which r ic m '
Ai' l '
f'?.-:,:',' THE KEW
i y-!-4 i
U'Uen, the Moses of the modern day,
Hath lifted to High Fols, his mystic
And heralds forth tho latest message
From solemn Oregon City's Sinai;
Letting ua wandoriug, baffled tribes
. That, which should fill us with
Thnt U'Uen, who hath led us on so
Hath doped us out a new tax
Th Game of Lacrosss.
The s;ii mii- Known n lucrosse was
orlrlnall inaved by tlie Cnnadian In
dlauv 'itnl from them adopted sue
eessivelv li the French and KiiMlisli
setilcis and r tliciii mtroilu.-eit to
the United Mates t'he ohject of tile
pnine is to drive the hall thrnnirli
Hon Is sitnated at each end of the field
The player- me usually twelve on a
side In fi!" the Lacrosse Assncln
tlon ot 'a inula was tunned, and au
Indian tenin visi,m crent Itrltntn.
ereatlni irient eM'tteuient T'' tfume
Is one ot1 real Importance lis the Fnu
Itsh spni'l net world
ot tho Nevada commtsbinn that the
three states of Oregon, California,
and Nevadu will argee during the com
I ing winter to permit residents of any
: one of thone sttites to hunt or fish in
1 tho other simply by payment of a one
dollar license fee, says the Reno Gaz
ette. I.-t nil three ttatoa at present resi
(trntu cf other states must pay a license
fee of 810. Two years ago an effort
whs muiie on tnt part of th Nevada
enp,ni"::ii'n to effect the change, nut
ifornia law went through a
Qiiilied mid the Nevada law was then
charged to conform.
hnd we wandered,
Of prlvato ownership of land,
The base of all our state's prosperity
And led to growth, with certainty
Fondly we dreamed of greater, sta
But a new vision to the Seer ap
pearing, Leads him to warn us that the
Lies farther on, In Single Taxer's
Neath tho old code, hy U'Ren sup
plemented, Wo wandered on, well guided In the
By bris'ht cloud castles, and also
By pillars of hot air within the
Now he would cast those tables down
and bust them,
Whereon Is graved our present tax
And carve anew his Fels-lnBpIred
The latest revelation of his wisdom.
Oh, "Moses," wo have followed you
And were beginning to loam how
to take them
Tho laws hy which you strove to
lead from Kgypt,
, But no"' alack, you're planning to
Some cf the Cope yon carried to
Might, nyter all, be quite the part
lint th "''' soup of Single Tax doth
To not s of our p res
it ' systr.n.
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and Drayage. Storage by day,
Week or month
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We hare made an enire transcript oi ail Kecmds lu lake
County which in any way, affect ileal Property tn tlie county.
We have a complete Record of every MortsrHKe and transfer
over made In Lake County, and ever IW a-lven.
Errors Found in T'tles
In iranscrititr jr I he reeorlii we bnvc found nimierons mort
gatroB recorded in the Demi record and imlexeii: rrt many
deeds ore recorded tu Tin- Mortgiure recirJ h ml other hooks.
Hundreds of inortsases find ileeds are nor Indexed at all, and
tnoFt dlllictilt to trace up from the record.
We have notations of all these Errprs.
Others annot find tr.em A'e have put r imiireds A dollar
bunting up these errors, and we ch: folly (rnfi'antt'e oar work.
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