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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1914)
LAKK COUNTY EXAMINE!!
ARE THE LAST OF OUR INTRO
DUCTION CLOTHING DAYS. All
the New Suit Models: Norfolks and
the Now English Cut aro included
$20.00 SUITS - - at $16.85
$17.50 SUITS - - at $14.65
$15.00 SUITS - - at $11.95
$12.50 SUITS - - at $9.85
Whipcord "Guaranteed" Trousers- - - - $1.50
Whipcord Norfolk Coats - - - $2.50
Suit Cases &
$2 to $12.50
NEW PINE CREEK DEPARTMENT
DEVOTED TO LIVE NEWS NOTES OF THE STATE
LINE TOWN SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
Miss Ida Sanford was the guest of
Miss Theresa Keller this week.
Clark Freeman, E. Keller and Bert
Wade and Mr. Alexander made a trip
to Lakeview Tuesday.
Fred Hammersley and Dudley
Baker are painting Mrs. Mattie Fol
lett's house this week. ,
Bert Wade has just finished a new
concrete sidewalk around his dwell
ing. Ted Temple did the work.
Max Lauer, Mrs. Arthur Lauer,
Miss Murel Niles and Mrs. Penio
were here this week from Alturas.
Capt. Evans, Agent for the Oregon
jser-Conipany is in the northern
part o(J the county taking orders
for fall delivery.
' Numerous Lakeview people were
down to Fairport Sunday. They all
- came by auto as the roads are line
which makes the ride a pleasure.
J. P. Duckworth came down from
Lakeview last Tuesday after a ton
of flour from the Keller Flour Mills
for the Lakeview Mercantile Com
pany. The dance Friday night was a
grand success and a large crowd was
in attendance. The music was fur
nished by Prof. Gott and Miss Sharps
' The management of Wendfs
Moving Picture Theatre gave their
patrons a grand treat last Sunday
night by putting on a five reel spe
cial entitled "Oliver Twist." A large
crowd was present.
We note that some one has been
cutting the bark oft' the trees planted
on the streets by the Ladies Im
to be equal to any
Beer brewed. Bot
tled and on draught
at all leading saloons
Reno Brewing Co., Inc.,
THE QUALITY STO.TE
provement Club. Aldose watch is
being kept and if the party is caught
doing this kind of work he will be
j punished to the full extent of the
! Henry Wendt has returned home
j from 'an extended trip to his old
; home at Jacksonville, Oregon. He
reports a lovely trip, but says that
he is glad to get back to Goose
Lake, as this is not the worst place
on earth. Mr. Wendt is a good boost
er for his home town, and there is
no better man to send off on a visit.
Books Are Reopened
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ties and for county and precinct of
fices must file itemized sworn state
ments of their campaign expenses
before May 31.
Those desiring to demand a finan
cial statement from" any candidate
must do so before June 1, making
written request to the secretary of
state or county clerk.
County election returns must be
received in the office of the secre
tary of state before June 5; if not
received, the secretary of state is
directed to send a special messenger
The state canvassing hoard must
canvass vote and issue certificates of
nomination on Jmie 13, the gover
nor issuing a proclamation of nom
ination also on tliis date.
Respecting the general election,
July 2, is the date on which initia
tive petitions may be filed, the law
requiring them to be in four months
before the general election.
CAN INJURY RESULT?
OPINIONS DIFFEK ON tXN8K
Jl KNCK OK DHAININO LAKK
, Krportcri that iel of Goose l.ake
Wim lit On Time a Waving,
! Alturas Plulndonlcr: A friend
I writing us from Goose Lake ex
j presses fear that the drying up of
i the lake will result In disaster to the
! farming and fruit Interests of that
! valley. He says In part:
"I have lived In Goose Lake Val
i ley for twenty-live years and have
. been a close observer, and my opl i-
Ion is, that If the lake la dried up
we will have to look for some other
I place to live and gain a living. Tin'
! land at the bottom of the lake Is al
j kali and bed rock and will not pro
i dure anything but fox tail and salt
grass. It will be a bed of white al
kali, similar to the bed of Surprise
But the lake is going to dry up.
They have shut off Drews Creek.
which provides more water than all
the streams entering the lake put to
gether. The lako Is already two
feet lower than last year, and it is
only a matter of a short time when
the lake will disappear. The state
is looking out for the flsh but would
it not be a good idea to look out for
the interest of the farmers as well?"
We do not share In the alarm of
our friend. In the first place, the
further one gets from the lake the
less frost is encountered. Along the
foothills Is found the best fruit land
while nearer the lake the frost is
severe. Besides, there was a time
when Goose Lake was dry. save for
numerous thermal springs that
sprang out of the valley in great
numbers, while the entire valley
now' covered with water was a
beautiful waving meadow. An old
friend who crossed the lake in 1847
told the writer that Goose
Valley was the most beautiful and
fertile spot he saw on ell the plaii'.s. j
Hence we would urge our alarmist
friend not to sacrlfW-e his farm for
GOOD SEED REQUIRED
POTATO CHOP DEPENDS
THE SEED I'SED
Agriculturist Declares There is De
mand for Smooth and Well
Agriculturist Lovett of Crook
County gives out the following per
tinent advice concerning the grow
ing of potatoes:
"There is always a sale for the
good smooth, sound and well shaped
potato. It is hard to get a good
price for the potato' that Is rough
and full of eyes and knots. And
the lot of mixed smooth, rough
bruisGd and diseased potatoes is
hard to sell at any price.
"If we plant only the smooth, well
Fhaped potato of size and shape titai
we wish to raise, our chances for
obtaining that same kind of pota
to, as a crop are good. If we plmt
small or large or rounU potatoes,
our chances for obtaining a good
crop of marketable potatoes are very
poor. In order to raise a uniform
marketable crop of potatoes, we
must plant that kind of seed and
that kind only. We will obtain fome
poor and unmarketable potatoes
from the best seed and will obtain
some good, marketable potatoes
from the poorer seed, maybe, but the
man who will carefully select his
seed will be amply rewarded for his
"The use of common salt for the
eradication of dandelions, as recom
mended by the United States depart
ment of Agriculture Is exactly in line
with my experience, said Professor
A. L. Peck, landscape gardt-n spe
cialist at the Oregon Agricultural
college. "Salt Is the safest, least ex
pensive and most effective of the
chemicals I have tried, and inflicts
less damage on the lawn. I get best
results by cutting off the dandelion
stock about two inches below the
surface with a table knife, arid put
ting a teaspoon of salt directly on
tho cut end of the root. This treat
ment generally but not always, kills
the plant for good. Stock salt,
ground tolerably coarse, is a very
satisfactory form in which to UhO the
Creamery ,K tar ted
Cedarville Record: The Turner
Creamery commenced making cheese
last Monday and from now on will
continue the manufacture of that
Article of diet. It will take all the
milk that it can get and the output
will be regulated by the jimount
turned In. Mr. Russell is recom
mended to bo a first class creamery
man and will do everything possible
to promote the business, and we be
lieve that it will be a paying invest
ment for thosu having cows to fur
nish Mm all the milk and cram
Mail Contracts Let
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and In this event It Is said that a
new company will bo organlicd here
for t ho purpose of operating, all
stage linen to and from lakeview.
Autos will be used In transmitting
malt and passengers during the sum
' A petition has been circulated and
a strenuous effort la being mudo to
have the mail contract continued be
tween Lakeview and Illy, a portion
not considered by the onntouire de
partment In the last call for bids.
The contract for carrying the mall
between Illy and Klamath Falls Is
to bo let May 26.
N.CO. Depot Must Change
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ing schedule requiring all trains to
stop at the site of tho new station.
Evidence submitted to the com
mission (ended to show that after Al
turas has donated n right of way and
160 acres of land in order to be put
on a main line, the railroad com
pany had made a subdivision of the
land and built Its depot there, lu
order to enhance Its value.
It 4s understood that the Ijall
iud Company was given 10 days In
which to begin stopping trains In
die town of Alturas, and 90 days to
have the new depot completed after
the plans have been submitted.
The controversy over the Alturas
depot has existed for some time.
The depot has been located on the
present site about seven years, and a
complaint asking for Its removal
nearer the center of the city, was
heard about ten days ago.
The Iteno Journal, says that it is
reported that Vice President and
General Manager T. F. Dunaway is
about to resign, but nothing definite
regarding this has developed.
Primary Election Totals For
For National ( 'oniiiiitteeiiieii -
W. H. Canon. D
H. M. Esterly, I)
Ralph Williams, II
Chas. W. Ackcrson, R
Henry Waldo Coe. P
For I'. S. Senator ;
It. A. Booth, It '
Geo. E. Chamberlain, D
Wm. Hanley, P
George C. Rrownell, It
Wm. A. Carter. It
A. M. Crawford. It
Grant B. Dimlck. It
Chas. A. Johns, It
T. T. Geer. It
(Jus C. Moser. It
Jas. Wlthycoinhe, l
A. S. Bennett. D
(J. A. Cobb. It .
Joii?4 Manning. It
C. J. Smith. 1). .
F. M. Gill. P
L. II. McMahan. P
For Representative in Congress
Sam Evans, D
N. J. Slnnott, K
For Stale Treasurer
Thos. U. Kay. it
For .lust ire Supreme Court
Henry L. Benson, It
Henry J. Bean, It
T. J. Cleeton, It.
P. II. D'Arcy, H
Lawrence T. Harris. It
Thos. A. McBrlde, K
Chas. L. McNary. It
Samuel T. Richardson, It
Wm. Galloway, I)
Wm. M. Ramsey, D. . .
For Attorney General
Geo. M. Brown, It,
Geo. N. Farrin, It
Frank S. Grant, It
J. J. Johnson, It,
Wm. P. Lord, R. . . .
John A. Jeffrey, I)
For Kcpresensative, lst District
Vernon A. Forbes, R
Wesley O. Smith, It
I'. H. Dencer, D
For Supt. Puidic Instruction
J. A. Churchill, It
For Stute Engineer
John H. Lewis. It
L. R. Stockman, It
('or Labor Commissioner
Fred S. Bynon, It
O. P. Hoff, It
John A. Madseu, R
M. E. Miller. R
For Railroad ( oinniissionci j
Frank .1. Miller, R
Hal D. Patton, R
For Sopl. Water Division, .No. I -!
Jus. T. Chlnoock, R
For Count y Judge
E. II. Smith. R
B. Daly, Rep. Ticket
B. Daly, D
E. H. Smith, De in
Ticket. . . .
V. II. Snider, R 32 11 40 3 131 7j 3 4 ; 1 0 .4 1 fi 13 8
F. M. Duke. D 10 8 22 3 l 24 4l 1 2 16
G. W. Duncan, D 17 3 13 12 Cj 8 181 38 2 fi 4
For County Clerk
10. C. Ahlhtrom, It.
F. W. Payne, D
For County Treusurcr-
R. A. Hawkins, D.
R. A. Hawkins, Rep. Ticket. . . ,
For County Surveyor
S. A.'MuKhen, It
For County Commissioner
H. F. Swingle, R
Elmer J). Lutz, R 1 ,
Win. .Wallace, D.
Will Ship In Dairy Stock
(Continued from First Page)
lierltod the trait It Is almost certain
that her offspring will do likewise.
Tho old saying that "Blood will 4eir
Is particularly apropos oT the dairy
LaKe Mid alight Vote
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Elsewhere In this Issue Is a Inkiu
latcd form of tho returns In tho
County by precincts, with tho excep
tion of Itolynt and Tliomiis Crock
precincts nt which no elections were
I In the state election the greatest
W;il Interest was centered In (he can
didacy of Judge Henry L. Benson for
Justice of (ho Supreme Court. Var
ious contrary and discouraging re
ports were received here up until
Tuesday when Judge Benson received
n telegram from his son at Salem ad
vising him that definite returns In
dicated (hat he was nominated by a
majority of 200, although It would
require an ottlclal count of all votes
lit the slate to determine the exact
! result. In this event it Is understood
that (he four candidates nomlnnlod
for Supreme Judge lire Chief Justice
Mcllrlile, Justice Henry L. Bean.
1 Lawrence T. Harris nnd Henry L.
Benson. According to reports Chan.
McNary run Itfth. villi T. J. Cleeton
Itulpii E. Williams' nomination for
Republican National Committeeman ;
Is conceded over Charles W. Acker
son. And while Frank S. Grant ran
ahead of George M. Brown for Attor
ney General In Multnomah County,
the laUer's vote over the Stale as
sures him a safe majority. O. P.
Hoff, present Incumbent, was nomln-j
ated for Ibnr Commissioner, and
Frank J. Miller, of Linn County for
It. A. Booth, unopposed Republican
candidate for Cnited States Senator.
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DON T DARE NEGLECT A
Kclicve the discomfort and
n void the serious complica
tions a neglected couh often
leads to, by usinjj
Rexall Cherry Bark
We sell more of it than all
ot her eouh s v ru ps coinhi tied
It is extremely pleasant to
take. Knch bottle contains
more than most cough reme
dies sold at the same price.
We guarantee it to relieve
your cough or your money
back. Sold only by
The Thornton Drug Co.
TlIIv REX ALL STORK
ran way ahead of his party. O MtrgO'
E. Chamberlain, Democratic candi
date for I'uKcd States Senator, was
The Orcgonlau rpo4 that 0. N.
McArlhtir won tho Republican nout
Inatlou for Represent t'.ivu lit Con
gress lu (ho Third District, compris
ing Muftnomah County, by a plurality
over A. W. LarTorty, tho Incumbent
that will probably total 2500 votes.
N. J. Slunott unopposed Republican
candidate for Representative In the
second District polled a heavy vote.
But little mention Is made of the
results of the Progressive Ticket, but
Inasmuch as there was competition
fur only one state ottlco on the ticket,
the renson Is ascribed (herefor. F.
M. Gill arid L. II. McMahan were can
didates for the nomination for Gov
ernor, but tho victor Is unknown.
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