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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1906)
LAKIiVIKW. OREGON, TlirKSIiAY, JL'NK 7, 1906.
PAGES 1 TO 4.
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HOUSE FOR FREE SEEDS.
LOWER IIU ASCII OF NATIONAL
LEGISLA TL'UE PASSES THIS
Members of Congress "HeM Op
ponent a of f rrc Srcdn. Confusion
Precedes final Vot on Wli Ari
Vlnn flic IItii' of Itik-in--i'titfitlv,
took tin' Mcrlcnlhiriil iiiiroii'liillMi
1)111, (lllt II iIIhi'IImmIiiii jii-iimo over till'
I'lltllllllllilMI of (In- IIMIIIll ft Ki'i'd lli'lll
liv the coiiiiiiIiiim- on iikTlnilinrc. 'l'li
IIoiihc (,'iivo to (In i-mmtrv diirlnf the
(In y 11 of ilt'liiili1. 11 mhtih'Ic tlmt i-Iki-Wlii-re
tluiti mi llic H.Hir at llnil 1 mi rl In -iin-ntiiry
ImmI)-, woulil linv Im-i-u known
IIH "rollKtl ll'HIHf."
TIli-IV WIIH II KTi-nt ti'inli'licy to
"IlliZi'" Illi'llllii'rM whi'll llny Hniki lii
ih-fi-iiKt of tin Mcllmi of tln i'iiiiiiui(ti'i,
M111I1 wiix Mil 111 iilimit ( In" ntti-iiipl to
trlki down tin1 liunl wiu-klm; f;iriniT
mill 1 11 k from lilm tlmt lnliliu: IiiiihI
In tlu nluii of free Hi'i'iN which hml
hccii In-lit out to I1I111 for hii ninny
None of the advocate of fn-c In
('liiphiiHl.i-d the fiict Hint the ( ! m I vnl
lli of tin luickiu'i' coiiliiliilnu five
ftiuitll pai-ki-tn whli-h foi iiiH (In- iiiiln
ti-ut to ciicli farmer cot t lie k-nvi-ru-incut
1 ccii'm, nnil tlmt I'iii li mi-mlM-r
hud tfw ciiormoiii Miit n of .'iO wiii-i
of thi-Nc m-i-d to illNtrltiiito mining Iiih
entire commUui'Im-v. The iiriniiiii-nts
Uilvu 1 Hiiilt'lit to prove Hint the
wlflidrii will of thlM miliHl-ly of Uh tlimi
2 cei: to ciirh farmer would drive tin
I'irtlru 11 urti-iitt iirn I voting Htreiiuth of
thu country Into hankruptiy.
i;i.iiji i:n( i; hx tap.
Potlle of the Micechc Hindi- Will jfO
rolling down the "corrhliiiM of time"
BM NpeCillietin of tllilt imitrhli'hM I'll-Heni-i
iiIwiivh 011 tap III the 1 1 .me of
Jti-prencntatlveH when n trei.t initio!: til
iNNiie In up fur con-ddi-ratioi.
Mr. Henry, of ( 'oii'ii--tii iit, Kihmlt
ti liiiiuiie-ralile letters from his con
mil ueiili mid from organized k'rutitf'-H
lirK'liiu the nlHilNhmetit of tin free w-ed
irnctli-e. Mr. Mondcl). of Wyoming,
(lellvered hlmxelf of a hdiu'iroiii
n-ech In which he ioked f ju ut the
I ii-piirtiiient. Mr. Hiirl-Ho:i. f..'ieiun.
oppoxi-d free swd rieetiUMe l.e did i.ot
Indie ve the Intelligent fiiriiieri tf toe
country t-xpected the government to
aid them In i.iclr lniNliiein. 1'iirmerri,
under nil clrcumHtauceH, he mild, had
Mipporteil the government mid never
(Xiei-ted the government to Hllpport
Mr. llurli-son pndl IiIm rexfieot,
ratlu-r Marenwtli-iill . to certain niem
liern who advocated free heeds on the
Hour mil then In the cloak rooms
miei-reil at the "Kctilieiis" inn! "hay
needs" ho ili-maiiili-d thelii. Mr. Hur-
ASTI-UOXOiiH T LA ITS.
Regulation In Trance Wlilch KlglJly
Prohibit the Corncrlncr of Necei
It ocmn flint our null (runt and mon
ordy criimidetM mlht li-nin Momeihiim
from tho methoiln ctiiployr-il In our
Hldter Kt-piihllr of 1'iaiiie. Thern,
rnplrnllKiH nr llmltcil In tln-lr npcrtw
tlotiM of "rorticrliiK" cdniniii ili i-h. TIiIh
nppllo.H iiarth-ulnrly to tliotie jiroiliicin
which nro romd'h-H-d tu-eeHsii i-m of
life, HiK-h tin (.-rain and lis i rmluctH,
hrend. rncnt, wine, vi-Keiahli-M. fruit,
hntti-r, vlmrnr, coal, wool, ullk. dr.
Any 'Tonn-i lm;M of kui h nrllrh n h a
rrluiliml orfeiiKn In l-'iaiif-e. M h.-m In en
10, With vnrvlni; fnriiiM of iiennll leu
denlt out. Hlncn 17'J.!. The off'-iiKc has
hcen mndn ho hroad nnd Kwi-epln that
It now Iik-IuiIi-h all jiemntis who (le
nt roy or permit to pi-tlsli m'-rchnndl-of
pi line neci-HMlty, whfther'll Ih their
Iiropi-rty or not.
The criminal cod prntilhlln rnrin J
Ittilnf loriM ti-tnlliiK to ItIiik nhout an
advancp or fall in prhe that Is not
warranted .y the !a-v of mipply ami
demand The !:i-v .Icch not Include
tohncco. of co'irse, f.r tohn-ro In a
KovcrnnuMit troiij;-.-)y nnd controlled
KhHiililtcly hy 1!. Tho pup 'hliment met
ed out to the violator of HiIh la-v con
fltitn of '-o'.n Impi Jiionmini and fine,
tho term and nmoiint hclmr merisuri d
iy the mnunltiide of the offi-tiM-. In
IS OLD AS HE FEELS.
AT EIGI1TY.FIVB YEARS, SEXA
OH I'ETTVS DISGLSTED AT
HtilXG CALLED ACE1K
Constituents Idolize Wm-But They
arc I'rcpartne to Hold an Ejection
to Decide on SuccessorHn Case tie
Soon thine, unii.sunl Ih hnriixjnlnjf In
Al.ihfima. The people unanlmoiiBly
want IMmund WliiHton I'ettim to mn-
tliiin- to M-ive them In the United
SiaKH Keiwiti! as Ioiik an he liven. Vet
they are pri pailiiK to hold an election
to decide upon IiIh Hiicci-Hwir. The rea
nun Ih that when Senator I'ettim' pre
cm. term cuplrcK, In l s09. he will be
ss irs (jld, ami the election In to be
held h'-iniiMc Ahihaniatm fear ho will
not live longer than that. Hut "(Jrand
pa'' 1'ittus Ih Indignant. He nayn he
in as hpry aw he wb at i0 and that he
experts to live out the whole nix yearn
of another term. He in candidate for
re-election on the platform: "A man
1 in an youriK .ih he feeln."
I S- Nitinr rettuH hail reached the time
j for I'hloroiormliiK. ai-cordlnn to the
Iro ialn-d Onh-r doctrine, hark In 'C3
(ahuut. the time he wan jwrformlnj?
'I h: -f datuiK In ilefenne of VIckB-
huit', flt-ii'mi; with the Confederate
army. It seems that the situation had
num. inn m inis me oni iniinc n:atiil-1 .eii,-e iln-peiale
fa'-tun r. men hnnt. or innnliml.-itor has ; , ;ti,- f,)r ;i forlorn
hU f.-irfory r hiiKlii'-M esiat.-tlKhineiit i if r,-,- ,...H TextuiH
phced under polh e nupcrvMnn. the ex-, h,-rvii e and I'l ttus
tionne of which he pays for from two to
flv yearn. There Is no men- trout, h
In tiand!!"K offeiidlnc corporal loi,
than Indlvl luals. Kvery director ()r
employee Jn a manni-erla! inpnclty i
rcspotiHUde. l-'or II Hecond offense, 111--pelial'y
's ho Hevete Unit It w.-uld ri
null In the extermination if aliim-t
hope. A hriKade
offered for the
offered to lead.
n a r.
.o inemnrini unr, or I i-c-.r itl .n
fmr, ns It N more feni-r.illy known
linn ever come aroim l, him-.- ntii r
the Inutlt.ltlotl of the oli '-rv.i li e, liioie
than thirty-five years nyo, wln-n a
better ntate of feo'.lm: existed li-tvei-n
the North mid South, and U-twiwri
the n.en wh'i fought In the war, than
now. There has ln-en -1. 1 t t,.n.
der.pr th! veur to all mirts of Him. nm
'fimy :r""" t'tK-Ti The (Jrand Army
!ost an! t' Cm: federate camps l.avn
tn'xed th"tiiM-?i-en up In a most genial
This i1'nh rot nenn that the peelal
value of the day. to the northerner, us
a commemoration of ,!n services ami
death of the t'r'on hoI ller has hut lm
line islui-. (Mi th ciiiiirurr. Ii has
pained In Zest. Tin- soldier dn-.l r..r
the l'nloii. an t f'i ise w ho lay (lower
on lilntrravo cannot do so without thluk-
iiM in- i:m lead led where tlKht wa
li-"' . i. i i;il at the head of the column
h. : f.i i four InomiiiK lare In front
thai prui rudini; lower Jaw Bet on tak
n. v: '!,on- worns at any cost. Where
i:.-.t i. ill fn- iie rone and that hlark
Mai; ht mane waved those Texann
I li o -.ifl. 'I hey loved him for bin dar-i:i;.-.
and when all was done and they
h-aiin-d that he was from Alabama
.--.nd no! from Texas they insisted on
ti'loi,i;r him for their State, and by
' in- an la!m he was christened "Old
Tivi-." I'ettus was a Forty-Niner.
; Hi- lode from Alabama to California
Ion hoiKi-back with a company of nome
forty of his tieiiiiinrti. He was a mere
I lad linn of twenty-eight, but had al-
ready had ad vent urea In the Mexican
I w.ir. iu which he fought. At eighty
, live his record Is hald to be something
! like this: KnjovH a game of ranis,
i reads his Itihle. loven flowers, runs no
hills, i arries a red b:ud na. evils his
wife sweet heart. haH a fund of subtle
humor, and being a Senator who works,
ha. n't time to think whether the Grim
Ki-aper is twenty or only ten years
off. That, his friends believe. Is a
good enough platform in Itself.
RED TAPE IS DAYS OP 0U
The Beat Way to Get Broom Was
to Beg tbe Money and Buy Them.
A veteran of the civil war. In com
tneritliig on the no-called l'anama
circumlocution oillce, jrave norne arnus
InK remliilsocncon of the working of
the "rep tajx-' durlnjt the dayn of 1S51.
"I wan (piartermanter nergeant In a
New York regiment nnd had Iwen
detailed to assist In linidling a bun'h
of rix-rultn," be na Id. "At the end of
the first wis-k I (Uncovered that we
were out. of brooms, nnd when I re
ported the matter to the lieutenant he
told ine to atop off at the ordnance
ntore when I rode lu to get the rations.
MRS. GOODLETT OF NASUYILLE
POCSDER AM) PRESIDENT OF
Strove for Years to Unite Various
Southern State Organizations
Active worker In Many Charitable
I'ew have accomplished more for
living patriotism an well an rorjctiiar
Ing the memory of the heroic dead of
the Southland than Mm. M. C (loml
lett. of Nashville, Tenn.. the founder
and first prenident of the L'nlted
hern, wlirw birth han given mont
mentn and loving tribute to Urth lit
Ing nnd (lend Southern heroii. He-objis-t
in uniting tho women of th
South was to bring them together, to
pull shoulder to shoulder with th
Confederate veterans In extending ii'l
necessary aid to the tie-dy survivors nf
the war In-twccn the Staten; to protect
historic plncen of the CVnfedernr-y: to
reci i I ihe part taken by Southern
women, as well In untlririg'efTnrt after
the war in the recount met Ion of the
Suth as In patient endurance of
hardship mid patriotic devotion dur
ing the ntniggle; to honor the memory
of those who fell In the nervice of tlm
Confederate Staten; and to cherish
tie of friendship among the member
of the niK-lety.
She worked for years striving t
organize the T'nited Daughters of tbe
Confederacy before even her own
association of which nhe wan presi
dent would co-operate with her In call
in;: a convention and Inviting other
Daughters of the Confederacy to unite
in forming a national association. At
thin time. Ix -si des being I'renident of the
Tennessee Daughter, nhe wan a mem
ber of the National Conference of
Charltlen and Correction, the ntional
Prisoner Association, and the National
Humane Association, and wan edu
cated np to the ;oint where nhe could
nee tbe advantage of consolidating tbe
scattered force of Confederate work
er who were few nnd fT apart, iler
work with the national association
showed her the -.teat possibilities in
concert of actio-, and. having time,
means, and t"- ai influence to back ber
in the work, she determined to carry
out hr pla., nid unflinchingly fought
opisisitioii from ntart to finish. The
rewtlt vas that on !eptemior 10, IHIM
the Society of the t'nited Daughters of
the Confederacy was organized at
When the Tenneseeans announced a
little over a month ago that they pro
jiosed to have a portrait of Mr. Good
lett painted and placed in the museun?
at Kicbmond. a., appeals came at
once from the chapter of the States re
questing that they might also con
tribute toward honoring their founder.
Tbe requests were complied with and
the portrait was unveiled at Nash
ville, Tean-, Jane 8, 190a.
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Jy In Tree Planting.
In the e;ir!y nprins the tree fakir Is
thriving upon the fa I for foreign trees
and shruliK. About the time the Know
ip;iea:s iu earlv spring the tree
fakir takes his grubbing hoe, bin prun
ing shears and a hall of twine and goes
In o the woo Is. Tln-re he gruhs up tree
sprouts siima- h. oak. allanthus. hick
ory, beech, iiojilar, chestnut or almost
a.-iMiing eire wii; serve ins purpose,
These lie trims and prunes and ties up
in bundle for removal to the place
where they are to he stored.
When the spring tidying up of the
home garden commences the tree fakir
makes Ins appearance in public. He
will show pictures of rare Japanese or
Chinese or Mexican or Kast Indian
shrub trees ami offer to supply you
sprouts at a figure that is most invit
ing. You see an opportunity to get a
plant worth $11' for $1. and then you
think of the envy which that queer,
rel-b-afed. wide-spreading bush will
excite in the breast of your neighbor
an I you buy,
lly an. I by you shout with Joy and
call your wife out to see the tiny
leaves, and then you begin to brag and
ooic down upon your neighbors. You
invite them in to see the wonder, and
you talk learnedly of bonb-ulture in
Japan or the Kart Indies.
And then your glorious tree bursts
into leaf when you discover that you
:avo bought nn ordinary, common.
everyday sumach or a maple, or. per
haps, a scrawny little pemh tree4 Then
you lie in wait for bini. and you meet
with another disappointment. He
uoosn t come arouuJ any more.
M. C. OOODLFJTT.
PmiKhters of tha Confederacy.
BCENfclS IN AKLINUTON NATIONAL CKAI ICTltV.
"Where Ar Hurled Ul.tino t'nlnn nmt Confeiloriito JX'iul.
Mniniiiii-iit to 2,111 "I'nkiiown Demi."
Mil union Hdubk of Gen. RnlHirt E.
Amphitheatre Where Memorial tfervlcea Ar Held.
leaon cluillctiped onybody to show a
single resolution passed by an organ
ized body of farmers favoring this
"epoch's of graft."
Mr. Monilell held the attention of
the House until be bad concluded, and
his speech wits tin; one cool, dispassion
ate episode of the day. "Tho question
Is," said he, "Shall we continue to en
dear ourselves to the hearts of our
constituents by distributing among
them n few packages niistially of seeds
of unknown vintage nnd uncertain
heredity of the fragrant onion, the
luscious rutabaga, nnd the humble but
glorious 'the kind that mother used to
tnaki plo promoting pumpkin, or shall
we, with Spiirtan self-denial, forego
this ancient nnd potent promoter of
our claims to statostnaushipV"
Mr. Mondcl! concluded by convulsing
the House with n famous poem writ
ten by the "ps-t lariat" of his State
on the subject under discussion by
When Mr. Cocks, tho representative
of President Roosevelt's district on
Long Island, began to denounce tho
free-seed evil bo soon hud tho House
by tho cars. Messrs. KullowHy jind
(Continued u iu vt (hk.)
I ing of the Union nnd Its sncrednoss.
I Hut the Union Is now secure forever.
The rancors of war time are dead.
ho work of tho hero of that war is
complete. There Is now no further
occasion for maintaining tho conllict
that be bad part lu.
At the side of the soldiers' graves.
In this year of l'.HSi, many stalwart
grandsons of men who are hurled
there will stand with Uowers in their
hands. tHtio wus a good while ago.
A curtulu amount of the decorating
this year will 1st done by veterans'
great-grandsons. For there were old
fellows In the ranks of Hull Run and at
tlettyshurg on both shies. Hut there
were youngsters, too. and thousands' of
these we have with us still. They are
honored above all other men, nnd pro
perly, on Memorial Day. It Is their
day. Nothing can be more, impressive
than their annual turnout. It I the
nation's most beautiful spectacle, and
the honoring of it weaves Into Amer
ican lives tho enduring pattern of
The ratio of married couples living
to celebrate the golden anniversary Is
1 to H,(HM.
According to pekin reports, the Chi
nese bandits are almost as active as
Kast Side rioters In New York.
A Milwaukee poetess won a barrel
of Hour iu a poetical contest. Few
poets ate so lucky Iu landing the
"Chicago bristles" eays Henry
Janus, proving that they took hint on
the usual sightseeing trip through the
stockyards hogs and cattle.
Tho baby that was born In a parlor
car on ine ijjko snore road can claim
that whatever success he achieves later
in life was due to early training.
Henry James calls himself a "frus
trated American." Those of us who
have tried to understand Mr. James'
hooks belong In the same class.
Ponton has a public school teacher
Miss Clara Donne who has taught
continuously for llfly-seven years.
Tho Washington State Supreme
Court has given George H. Melse $H,
000 for the loss of a leg. George's
financial standing Is now assured.
Tr. Wiley, the Government Chemist,
la looking Into the question of how long
refrigerator plants may keep food with,
out detriment to the consumer. He Is,
of course, after tbe rold facts.
I made out a requisition for half a
dozen brooms nnd be signed it. When
I got to the store I showed It to the
sergeant In charge and he laughed at
" 'You must get It Rlgned by the
major.' he said.
"I finally hunted up the major and
he told me that the order must Is? on
army form v'.hi.s!!, k. and not on
foolscap. I told ti i tn that my party
were recruits and wo had no station
ery. He told me to go or to send to
Washington and get some. I explained
that this would take long and that the
nroonis would not do nny good ir we
did not get them sooner. He then
nskod If the lieutenant was tbe eotu
niatider of my corps. I answered that
of course he was not. 'Then,' I was
told, 'he must put under his name
"l-'or Otfieer Commanding.' "
"I went back to camp, and after
writing out a new requisition had the
desired improvement made. When I
returned to the major he explalued
that It was all wrong. Instead of
saying 'required for such n regiment
and company, six brooms," I should
have included it with 'brooms six.'
I scratched out the line and rewrote
it. I was then told such corrections
were not allowed, and a new requsl
tion was necessary. I drew up n new
one and asked If if was all right.
The major reluctantly said he thought
It would pass. I then rode back to
camp and got it signed. Taking It to
the ordnance store I was informed that
nothing could be issued mi such un
mler. It bad to lie registered. I asked
for further particulars, and was In
formed that this could be done at the
major's otliee. Once more' I. trotted
back ami eventually a corporal placed
my pajier under n little stamp and In
flicted n mark something like u uo-
tury's seal. Again I went to the ord
" Is this all right now,' I asked.
" 'Yes. answered the sergeant. 'It's
a bit Irregular, but it w ill do.
" 'May I have the brooms now?'
" 'You can't huve them at all,' an
swered the sergeant, severely.
"Why, In Heaven's uume, can't IV
"'Reeause,' he replied as he turned
awuy, we haven't any. We are ull
out of theiu.' "
Daughters of the Confederacy. No
oue but a woman of such force of
character united to the social training
that comes from inheritance through
a long line of ancestors, together with
parliamentary experience, could have
conceived and firmly established in so
short a time a society that now num
bers 40,(XN members.
Mrs. Goodlett Is very modest iu
speaking of this cherished child of
At the Grant family dinner Major
General Frederick D. Grant told this
6tory on himself:
"I was booked to speak at a large
dinner In town and the toastmaster
felt it incumbent upon him to make
my path as smooth as possible. He
therefore spoke of my father and said
I stronelv resembled him. This had
the desired effect on the people present,
and they gave me their best attention.
'Althoueh I sDoke as wen as i couia.
I felt that everyone was disappointed
In me and I sat down with relief that
it was over.
'The toastmaster rose and smiled
at me. Then he said to tne guests:
' "Didn't I tell you he was Just like
his father? He can't speak wortn a
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