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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1913)
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R. H. CROZIER, At. Omn'l Po. Agent Portland, Ore.
J. H. CO ft BET T, Agmnt Bend, Ore.
W. C. Wllke, Asst. Gen. Frt. A. Pass. Agent, Portland, Oro.
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and you could not have better than to test our pure
and wholesome liquors the best ever distilled. There
is none better at nny bur, mid where once tried it is
always a fast favorite. Our Rye Whiskey is recom
mended by physicians for their invalid patrons. Try a
glass and you will want a bottle. Try a bottle and
you'll order n case.
POST &. KING, Proprietors
5 1 oIiik iiu an nils
fc (.it tli (iitintry road,
P Th lumpy rund
Ami I lii bumpy rond
Thai loll the wagon and apllla the
i I Olid,
Vud to tha huba ahan (ha rain
P cotTica down,
j, Flore1(J wlirjr tha cracka run
. Klliol with rule whrn tha flalda nra
V And 1 (if nun ta hot und tha air I
I It'a rhiKui-U Kith rravcl arid urki-i
f Ho built arid graded and luld and
' Tlmt It In hoe a toain
i And aomatlmra two
f To do tha work one horn ahould do.
f It rack tha wagona wltb Jolte and
i, It nilne liome and motoreara,
(, Keipn back cropa fioin tha mnrkat
f VHrt up dvbta on tha farmer'a plara.
The old time rond la a plain die-
, Hut tha modtrn road la a different
A worthy theme for tha bard to
i, For avrry went her,
' Hinooth and duatlraa and good to
' And graded right, ae a road ahould
O'fnl alwaya and muddy never.
A thing of beuuty, a joy forever.
MAKING GOOD ROADS BY
BURNING UP POOR ONES
"Gumbo" Roada After Being Fired
Make Excellent Thoroughfarea.
Itlii.lng n trait of good roadn tbroiik'b
(tit mialU la not a figure of apecb, but
aa actiiulliy. for many tnllea'of good
roailH tire beliig mude by attlng Ore to
loir ones, tbe rexult being wbnt la
known aa a baked clay road.
There pre no poorer roada In all the
I' n I IihI 8mte than tbe "gumbo" ronda
of (he Mouth, Kunibo being the tin tuo
irlven u ci'italn klud of mud or i'lny
I It ii r. I ;iiUiuliirly atltky, cUnyx teiiu
cloii-.lv. Hcouia to have do bottuiu und
" III not Hiiiort tiny weight, (iumlio.
houerer, 'ontiiinn u lurue perc(ril:ii2i
of ni'vniiif mutter whicli will Iniin
uIk-ii d! V. unit as a reault n rond uf
tlilM iiinii-i'iiil properly prepared and ei
on lire iiiergea from the fiery onte;il
i n perfectly fix id road nnd oik, iiioio
out. that fitt.VM nit for a cotihh-mlilf
period of time.
T!:e (iroiTHi if eoiivertinu h iriimbo
rond Into I in k- clny lieulns by plowing
up the rondway nnd tun !;l iil: ditched on
the eidi!. (Cord wood In lit In a xort
of rtiMirliiB nenjJM the furrow which
run orofcHWlm? of the rond. tJretit lumpi'
.f Mtleky gumlx are spread over tlila
floor, nlons with more wood looel
atrewn nbotit. Then a aeeond floor of
wood I laid and the whole euerel
ullli Kiimho, tannxsl nnd rontidiV. off
Tire is now net to the rond. and the
tinmen rushing through the furrow
which nerve nw flue. Ignite the wimkI.
After (he hent h:i driven the water
out of the giiinlin Ihw. to. tgulte. ii'd
(he iH'tunl i-nnkltit: proi-es I In fill'
"It la mo-o than merely drylna ut
the sturnho." aj (. II Claildy III Mo
tor "It Is n pis'iill.vi'lly of this cmnl.u
rliat nt low ioiitM'rainv It clinkers, end
llo -c ei:i'kTN hen hrokeii Up are
ipiile dillcri'Mt from Hie orl'.'inul lumps
of ii in i i i The clinker Is not onlv
fairly bird, but If properly liurnel
will not make mud wln-n mixed with
water In this Is the triumph of the
Mimed clay roud When the fire has
burned itself out the roiidmaker has
not only n thoi-ouh mixture of dry
clay nnd wood nshea. but a good depth
of I'limlio clinker, whieh he prompt Iv
pt-ocetslH to break Into small pleee to
Mpread evenly and dually to roil and
compart Into a real rond "
To nil liilenl and purpose the road
ho made Is a tine dry nt retell of ornm
THE GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT.
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A Directory of earn City, Town and
Vlllugo, giving dnevrlptlve ekatch of
null plucd, locution, population, tails
t,ruili, ablpplng and banking point;
hIho ciiiMiniid lilim lorv, compiled by
tumlneM and prulimnliuk
11. I. POLK A CO., BEATTI.K
TU O'.DKBT KHTA BMHHKD REALTY
FIK1I IN BUUTUbUN OUKQON
ONE TO 12,000 ACRES
OF LAKE COUNTY,
For stile either for stock or ugrl
J. W. MAXWELL A SON
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Made forrouqh wear and
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Proviaion Should Be Made to Keep
Roada In Repair.
Hon. I.oguu Waller I'age. director of
the L'nittHl States oltlee of public roads,
believes that there la uothlng more Im
portant than uuiiutnlnlug roads after
they are built. Commenting ou this
phase of road work, he said recently:
Too much stress cannot be laid on
the Importance of maintenance In con
nection with the work of Improving
the roads. The people iu ueurly all the
states are tilled with eulhuslusm for
road improvement and are spending
enormous Rums of money In tbe con
t ruction of superb roads, and yet al
most without exception tbey are mak
Ing little provlsiou to care for tbe roads
after they are built This la true not
only In the various counties, but under
imiuy of our state highway depart
To maintain the rouds In good con
dltlou year after year requires a con
sldernble annual outlay, but this out
lay ta lutinltely less than the loss which
inuKt fall upon the people eveutually if
they allow their roads to go to utter
ruin. The thing for all advocates of
good roads to do Is to urge continuous
systematic maintenance and the setting
uslde every year of au amount per
mile estimated by the engineer In
charge to be sufficient for tbe proper
maintenance of the road a course
which must make for economy and elM
Constructing Paved Driveway,
The city of Fort Worth, Tex- has uu
der construction the longest paved
driveway in Texas, the distance being
approximately four miles. W ben com
pleted it will have cost about Sl.'Joti,
Gratifying Progress Shewn In Road
That theie are upward of 4X.flOO,000
of good roads lioiida Issued and out
standing ta indicated by the Good
Koada Year Hook of the United fttatea,
tbe 1013 edition or which tins Just been
Issued, containing a reautne of the
whole road situation. It Is evident that,
whatever may be tbe faults In methods
of construction und maintenance, mon
ey la being apeut In au indent amount
to bring about a vast Improvement In
the public roads. Tbe year book
shows f 137.000.000 of state and road
bonds authorized and I1W5.000.000 of
county bonds outstanding ou Jan. 1.
1013. milking a total of 1203,500.000.
As this Is based on reports from about
75 per cent of the counties In the Unit
ed Slates nnd as a large Dumber of the
Individual townships have not reported.
It Is estimated that the amounts not re
ported would run the aggregate tip to ,
probably 350.000,000. to which should J
be added ten or fifteen million dollar )
of the bonds voted In 1012. which have
not yet been Issued. I
Gratifying progress In road construe-
tlon during the past few years Is Indi
cated hv the statement In tbe year
book that while the percentage of all ,
road improvement In tbe United State
at the closo of 1009 was 8.06 per cent
the revised statistics to Dec. 31. 1011.'
show an Improved mileage of 10.1 peri
cent or a net gain of 1.44 per cent I
This does not sound so Impressive In
terms of percentage, but It means that !
In the two year period more than 34.-
000 miles of Improved roads were con-1
strm-ted. or 10.000 miles more than the j
entire mllt-nip of national roads In .
France. Scientific American.
RURAL SCHOOLS AND ROADS.
CAN WE TEMPT YOU
aaaau I I II I la I Mil IT
Our Meats are prime enough to tempt the most
particular. Competent fudges tell us that wc offer
the public THE BEST MEATS
sold in this country. The llcsh of no animal that
has passed its third year is admitted within our
store. The primest cuts of beef come ftom young
stock, and it is the same with Lamb and Pork.
Fa vor us with an order.
Goose Lake Valley Meat Company
R. E. WINCHESTER, Proprietor
Impaaaable Highways Seriously Handi
cap the Country Child' Progress.
Tbe most serious charge yet lodjceil j
guiust the rural school is that tin- j
rate of rural Illiteracy Is twice the
urban rate, despite the fact that inns
fourths of our iiniiii'.-ruiils are In I in
cities, and Illiteracy nmoiiu native
born children of native i.iieiil:ie is
more than three times as -.treat a
among native children of foreign tm-n
parentage, says A. C. Moiiahau of the
federal bureau of education.
With 'ti.(HK) one teacher sehisil
houses, of which .Y000 are log build
lugs, we face the fact that tbe rural
school is alarmingly neglected. Al
though more than ' per cent of the
children of the entire country are en
rolled lu country schools, tbe aggre
gate attendance is only SI per cent.
Inquiry as to why children do not at
tend school longer in many coratmmi
ties will almost invariably bring the
reply that bad roads, blockades of
mud. snow drifts, washed out bridges
and the discouraging factor of long
tramps through tbe cold weather keep
them away. Even the consolidated
school Is limited in Its usefulness by
the Impassable highway.
While the one room school and the
Inexperienced teacher are serious de
fects, we should put most of the blame
where it belongs on our abominable
highways which had better iu most
cases be called low ways. With good
roads the little red schoolbouse mlxht
free itself of many of the charges It
now liears Country Gentleman.
ERECTED IN 1 000
ca nm is Dnon
For COnnERClALf ji-a
LIGHT & MAK ROW, Proprietors
k. P. LIGHT GEO, HARROW
GOOD ROADS AND CHURCHES.
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have made an entire transcript l all Records In Lake
County which In any way, affect K al Probity In the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
ever made In Lake County, and ever IHh Riven.
Errors Found in Titles
ii transcribing; the records we have found numerous mort
- tecorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
if-.! nre recorded Id the Mortgage record and other honk,
li .iniieds of mortgages and deeds are not Indexed at all, and
:t. r difficult to trace up from the records.
u e have notations of all these Errors.
' 'i hers annot find them Ae bnve iiu i.uudreds of dollar
ting up these error, and we can hiltv gnsrMnte our work
If the Walking or Driving la Bad Peor
pie Stay Home.
Churches and schools, the two great
agencies for tbe upbuilding of any clti
renshlp. are sufferers from the ills
which come from thoroughfares of an
inferior type, says James R. Marker,
state highway commissioner of Ohio,
in a recent report. Decreased atteu
tiou during iverlods of Inclement weath
er, when either to drive or walk ini
poses at tbe best a hardship nnd is of
ten an lmosslblllty over poor mad
cannot help hut le tbe natural result.
It cannot be eected that children
will be compelled to walk to school if
a sea of mud fnrnlnhes the only ft
tug. and this Is too frequently true In
places outside the urban centers and
often so lu the hitter Nor Is it to be
hoped that the horse will be employed
lO liuil Ills pain llionj; lutr ucnrm-iuuB
road lu order that the children may not
miss their lessons. Those who deal in
statistics, claim that good mads every
where wdtild increase school attend
ance not l"s than per cent
Preacbeis ts-ar str-kina testimony hs
to the elTect miserable roads have
upon the attendance at the churches
They can gaue It with accuracy, and
the percentage of decrease there is no
less than iu the scnools. Good roads
point not only toward larger audiences,
but larger contritmiions aud less dona
tion parties. Thus they become a ow i
erful agency for spiritual and educa
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. m. CORY, Lessee
Operatea Stage, carrying Halted States-iMalls, Eapreea aad Passengers ea tbe
LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTOriOaULES OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE STAGES
Klamath Falls Route
The Farmer's Need.
Tbe farmer recogulzes the needs of
better roads and realizes bow much
such roads would contribute to their
comfort aud prosperity. Good roads
save dollars aud cents to the farmer.
Und roads make farming unprofitable
and undesirable. Bad roads increuse
tbe solitude of country life and limit
the opportunities of the farmer. Good
roads bring him Into closer touch with
tbe center of progress. Good roada en
hance tbe value of farm land, beautify
tbe country aud advance the farmer in
his social, religious and educational de
velopment Good roads are the ave
nues of trade which lessen tbe trans
portatlon of marketable products. Good
roads are tbe cords that bind the city
and the couutry together In thrift. In
dustry and Intelligence. Good roads
are the most potent factor to make the
American farmer better, greater nd
WALLACE & SON
IrVm. Wallaoo, Coroner for Laho County I
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Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
Lakevicw Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
Telephone No. 101
J. P. DUCKWOKT1I, Manager
Buss to Meet All Trains. Transfer
and Dray age. Storage by day,
Week or Month
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