Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, April 07, 1910, Image 1

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VOL. XXXI
LAKi;Vli:V, I.AKI-: COI'M Y, OliT.fJON, AIM:!!. 7, I'MO.
NO. 14
G
WALTER !). TRACY
niFR RinNllA V flF '
A CEREBRAL
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Anothcr of Our Old S
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lers Suddenly iV.sses
Away After Brief
illness
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in iMi 'i I' ' "t1 k. I :it: I
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"I It'll th !ove tk hhliiini n ink !''
EMMA GOLDMAN.
Well Knjvwn AdfOcata of Over
throwirtj All Grvernmtnli
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vocute of nniirchy, iimkcM her lioine In
New York pity, fche (k-llvi'iii fiviiuiit
aililruHHi'H on hr cIiommi topic the ue
ceHMlty of the overthrow of oil gov
ern in tiit
J. P .Corey U Lulldiutf a tdtf Lara
for hii atone horuei, oppohita the
Silauinv mill.
ABSCESS
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k. L i:. Ziinmcrman,
o? Pulland Organizes
Anti-Saloon League
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iiiri'"iti il In ivlliii tt'.it i Mit lun
a, II h.nii tin' ll"ht nf thi'ir livurt on
linn I, if tt.i y I'Xin'ct t i Ki I.iikf
l uiirity in tt.c Iniu'iicl li.-trii't.
Mr ' ' . 1 1 ; 1 1 r 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 u Im I . .i h ili'Vutc I
Ii in i-II'. 1 1 1 l u I: in ri i h i hit tun H'lilt
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it in- ! i'f ". i.l u ih y I h.t lull.
S!G REDUCTION IN
N.C.O.FREIOT RATES
And Passenger Rates
Will be Lowered Within !
30 Dayj
'lie A ll l.l':i.-l l'i.ilil lcuii r lni.-l Ihld to
t !V HII
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the If i
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a Hen
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i.t Ihe Iiiueiii.ii ut rates on the
aI.icIi will he a t'reiit help to
(In i I Li. .."V I : Mr. ( l.i"f,
iK'n it nt AIIiii .h, h ii kindly
in the in i.v tri'ii'ht echi'dultt
li t i ,'i int i eir-!ct ithi i
lij. l';i i rtu'ie lul'i Hi ti i v :i
i 1 1 ; i . i r t n i reluct ion j on all
i -i.it hit nt lici'M (-milium iu an t no
i ii out of the country. We ratinct
ei.iriiitriitiii.il artlcli'f, lint the fol
Iu" i:M A I tervi ii fx.iiniile' :
I i' II r'.f fr i i S.ri Kr'in"iriC') to
' It .; ,.i .ri 'J i, an I fr.i.u S icriiiiii'titn
I i A I' ni in r 1 I 'I tin ne .v rate i .
'Iu I !- ; 1 ,' i u i.-n' I Oil lll'st I'llin,
c 1..-.i, ' ,.i cliii-,1 t l.i. I, ilr l ci tfl.1V,
mi I It'i i-l in ! m SuLtruuit n
I I prn;i i 1 1 i l if J r I .I.'M 'Jtl a h.'IVO
' ' . i ii. i ! t K ;r i x im pl.t. t ).i u 1 1 1
l ..i'i vviiuit.. fr,n i riiiu l'lancisio
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t 1 H - I
t he ill l;.t i V i. I e'J .1.
I lit I rt I, 111 u lu i II I ml net
liu-ly.
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(la H.uth liouud freight the rates
are to San Kraiifiaco, apples liy car
Inn I lots, (.Sits, and fur iiuiinities
li-hd IIiiiii tar loiuU 'Al cents, tlniuiia
nil I Potatoes.. I.'icla mid for all'nlla
fet"l, '.HI cts, II her I reiul t Inn lieen
COlroHpOil.i I li I v led no -ii
lh" im i'iiit rules have not yet
lii'i ii llvi-il, l.ut we tilnlersliiiiil thut
a iiiipoi'tai.t I'eiliiction will lie inmle.
1 he nln.ve rutin art uithin the
liuuiulrt of leHsoii. mid we lire pleased
toiee the chiinye. It mil not i;nly
plove it Kienl lielp in the I'll tun lie
v t h ip'iieiit ot our country, tint must,
ul iicce.'hllv 1 1 tin ii n 1 1 o the Ih".'hIIi
ut the in 1 1 inn i company. While the
r.iiiroad is nut run tor the e'cl'isive
tn-nelli. nl tlm people, yet men tann
ers, mid stoil; oiviieri -vviM not Inlair
to pi'oiliii c m 1 1 it-It-1 for shipment uti
le. m t here is a niaiuiu nl prollt.
I It ncn a lair r.;te mill inure tn the
In-lielll of ail- ell l.eiis nil i in 1 1 ii ui vl
This is a Mistake
SLKM, Or., March 2.". Keplyinu
to it leilcr Iiiiiii Ira 1'owell, of Mou
moiit'i, Altiirney-'lniioiHl Crawforl
tomly reiuleiHil nil opinion to (he
ellect that. Section ll'l of the Corrupt,
i'riiftico Act makes it illeu'iil for uuy
ueMspaper to pulilish Hnvtliiuu either
tor or tiuniiiHt any candidate for nttlce
or measure lief ore the people, uuletta
it la inuiked paid iimtter and cuutiiina
the inline and a ldreHi of the person
lespoiisllile tlierelur,
'I'd in hits vniiuiiM country papers
thai have been pulilishlnt matter fav
(iialle to the nor mill achool peti
tloim, which are now heiu cirou
luted. A heavy line or iinpriaou
uieut ia provided for violation of the
Hilt.
Lakeviaw, California, liaa an oil
well, that ia a guaher, yieldiutf liU.UOU
liarrela par day. If the oil epiurf
out ot the luountaina up ou Catuaa
Prairie ia itu iodloation, oil prodao
tlon may yet he one of tbe Induttriei
of Lake county.
OUR LAND OIHE
IIANHINIi Oil! X'1
Theilonuiessarc iiettin,
Hold of Our Free
Hemes
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tifrtin (hit .ft-ci i in mi 1 viil n!i-,nir
theiii le'.ir 1 1 ilk' A hit they li.ivt.' I II
t lint neiiiun nl t'! ci.niilry.
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A r ' 1 1 ' 1 1 l,v tin' tteiieritl 1 hii I (lllce
lit 'vVllH'il'VI U'I nlluArt the lillici.ilrt
I tie lll-llic! t.irc'trt t l Hive tu thf 'iilf
ereni cm i.f rcll liuili.ii in Ineir im
Hpt'.'t i ve 1 i -1 net any iinnien u! in-
1 1 1 1 1 1 im lint ii m t'litti'tii tli-trii't
ullice. In Dili ill-ttlct the Iciki- In .V
Il iHrl i,l 'l'r ii. If. Hen I n i l kl'ii .itii
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NOV IS
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ALL
And vl.'din From the
Hunger for Land, Soon
There Will be None
Jri'n J
1 1 ' II ni f r yr:ir preached
f "ii ic'v tu i ha l'ir-."
I f i t i i i hii c v.i v u t i in i
i li i ill if
Tint h - !.- I
i ev i.lent in
I as ri liruc
side of th"
t !m iii iiitit-r in vv hicli i
1 thd cauulry on each
iiiteruat i rial toutniary
wifi hii railJ.
Th : a I v 'ci vi-:
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I. tiiii.' I i u i. k t I
an I if.ci !. iiti.Hy
tl i lillroniiire
i : t iiltu. thtr tii- -;i
-i', hi 1 iti ! n '. ti i - li
iritiesj f ii hi.i r oil It
o I 111 I iii iiii li i ,i
( lass. And he st nl
n i, and k'oi'.h on lr.nl I
I u -t n iw h is eiiL'li' c e
preiicht i I hut i.l
I i r.uiri il ls ! .
U ceil tele, I
( rei! in. n:i I
ll tl.i.1 r
on r.illrun Ue-.i Kasterti
1 1 at iiieii'is sett l 'tneut !
i!i"it( r tnete juti hj tint
i r , -i I ''int it tl nt every
I l .' ' t 'I .l'. ; '.: ', ii . I
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Itaii l-i I I it .rii . t : ' i i t .i
hi il e inn i v . ! .1 , 1 'ui.iii , '. , I
tillltles fir nil i f a ll t iln.i ) i.
Mr Hill 11','iires that tin-re is hut one
cio.) if litul. an I thut is neatly to no,
and iiieim whil ) popul.it ion ia ever on
the increase. Soon will come tho
time when there will Le no more free
r cl e.iii land, ami whiit then will
the landless mil ii do.
This cctivictk.n i Kioitiiu;. It has
Mettled the mi l we.-t. It has made
I he desert hluo i at :i ri". It has
iiriveu l'tit.iliKI Am licuus Hud fMi.
PHit.iiiiil tne last y ur, ami u.anv thous
ands lidoie Unit, vvit'i It'll'iuns of
miMiey, I do CujuI.i. It is diii'init
tluuiMi' ill iiiiiiii ii n d it t.llliou ut
American money into Mexico And
the stream nf men and money liuth
u il'th and south ul the ti iundnries o'
our com. try is cunsuiutly im i ciuiiut;
to t hose countries !
The olirioiis uiiiral of till thU is to
cut land, nod d i not in vun,' senrcli
over-In- k the luoad hitch of Lake
county, vvhii'h in it few years of time,
uith intt'l Itk'iit elloit, can tie trans
foriiieil into orchards, and farms from
which yuu anil yours can live in
comfort, wl Me the landless ami penni
less man who neulerts ttu letv pte
sent opportunities, will he compelled
to HlruftttlA fur a mere existence!
Always a Hummer
lion. Prank Davy receiver nf the U.
S. Land olllce aud editor ot the
Harney County Times, has this com -meudiitiou
of our work heie, which
ia highly appreciated by us: "Due
of the best boosting papers iu the atate
for its owu locality, is the Lakeview
Kxuuiiiier. It ia always a bummer."
Ii. C. Branson, the forceful and
able former editor of the Tonopah
Daily Sun, la to establish a uew
daily lu Medford. Tbe Kogae liiver
couutry may deem itself especially
fortunate iu aocuring Mr. lirauaou,
wliol) one of the ablest newspaper
men ou the Paolllo Coast.
TIIENARROW-GAUGE
WILL SOON EXTEND
Vitiation as to
ki . of Vay is Settled
Will Hustle
'I li'l N '() rl'i fl H l'i I'M CfttlllL'
I i'iiiiIv tu t-hir' ni'irt i ml Inn h'uii. It
m ii i. in ri'l t'liit Atliintis will I
I pi: clc I I, ' .1 ul V lit, U'i I 1., ik v H- I y j
i llir. lit iiivi 'Ifii mi nlin t rurt nn-i in i
' v.tiv nl xnr'.i'iii.l I" inn, rin fir ritft t j
nf ' I .' nrltii l"l t HI J ! .i'ii'! 'i t rt ill "-l I i
' f it ; lii'Cti-.-.irv it
mil il ( r i at
ilu'iwim li Miciiiit.ri'-
In v ! ., tic line I of
mm 1 I n tint hi y riiu'ilrv f
Lnkitltw,
,r rmlioil
iniini i' i .iIiut: mi l In tipai of t"T
t itml l,i iu''!trt tu l.p (Ifilvi'l m ivuv of
I I, liter t r.in-;n,i I'll Inn f ncil it. leH, nnrl
; nf lncii"t-i! in liroperty vhIiii-j.
it w iul I kciii.i l..e ti'tinr pulley tur
in!l ir.i."rt y h illen In he cuOmI le
I i ,.te in 1 1, i timt ii r.
It 11 very III;, I th it. o ffi c i'i l nf the
j run I will -uuij in nk t; known tfieir fle
i rim.rt tn t Im .e ii 'i- ilium; tti liuool
i llfir extent-i in tn Lnkfviiv.
In thM ext 'i.-iuu it u no i?.-iiii-ih I -lv
lulu e le,: 1 1, i.t t hi' rinls will l.i'
! iniliit I out ut AitiirH'. in I t he nl ni
ic Mil utiirt" I Ir nn DnirU r nirli, ho'nw
li.ilfi flirt in-r h iiith ivhicli will cur
ry 'he ne.v line Hhfut tivi; tnilei
luvHV im I i-t nf thiif tnwn.
It i" mi 'er-tou l ttiut thin mure, on
; l In- part of the rial iivcs tl.ewi m
hi tter line, mi I is line lurijely to the
i iiiitHtf ini-tic ntlitu'le of the, t f.-' t le
f Al'urai to.vurili the c.o.iii!iti y.
THE POLICY OF THE
FORESTRY SERVICE
Limitation as to Graziwj
Permits and Liberality
Toward Squatters
Alh-rt
ture.-ter,
l'i rthitiil
tert:-!.- "f
he jra'ii
K. l' tter, the ii-sncufe
Wii-hiiiu'luu. I). (.'. m. ii- in
tne ctiirr day, iu the iu
I iii t fit ii. 11.) has 1,1-en
u' txi't rt tor peveral yenis
iiiui ir riil al ly
man on that sul.j
t he l.est in uriut'ii
i.'t In the cervice. 1
in
cnuiineut'tm
on hii vv ;irk he ;ai I :
l' the Secretary. Mr.
iii to ir ike as .i.ucri
!t uclc ad Ol,!-itl", "
I luces in ( ireful) tiie
"As t ii t: ra ii
llrtill). In rt' .M
provision for
"'.Vlul'i in H inr
uiniilui' of itiock on the renurves had
to be dec eased yet iu other places
here, and over the entire We it, it
'iiii I ee l !'H,rP.tie ! miki'li! it. in t!l3
whole, the tiiaiii places for in tn t ly
stock in were on the Ian I, now re
serve, lief'irj it in tike'i in. This
I jiar pruvlil'iii his been ui tde tor S,
HikI.iKM i-hrtep and 1 b'JJ,0i"J cattle u'ld
horses.
"As t aa been old in tho pres, the
Secrntury hs been invest ivjitt intf th-
condition oT t he general forest re
serves lie Iris seen tit t eli.ui mt j
ub. int I.O'O.OlK. teres, thought tj le
m re v.il inblo for ncriciiltural pur
I'.osei. ilj l.s also instructs i th-t
a generous attitude be assumed to
vard enuiitt-rs or settlers, who eie
on the lan I an i had improve 1 it
piior to is l ein surveye 1 cr ru
seive.l. Where the land is more vul
uiitle fir iiifticultir ! pnrctsis. tv ti
l!:iii;;i I ;s in ll e i c-.-ei v bt i i li. null
t!
r.i lu.l i.'.lot-
lii
i
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loa j
uid
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j r j
' i 1 1
I ,. -.1
ti..ii i. '.j
sieniiiK' is
continue i
bci'i
H'lt vi r
plliol Lid.
some places ti o tiees ife beia
out Iroin the Coveruiueut uursery.
fft
ROOSEVELT, JR.'S, FIANCEE
He Is to Mnrry Young and
Beautiful New Yord Girl.
.'
Miss Kleanor B Alexander, Ounce
of Theodore Roosevelt Jr la a mem
ber of New York's moat exclusive so
cial auL She la twenty -one yeara old,
one year younger luun tbe aim of tbe
former president
WESTERN
PACIFIC'FIRST
HAS SURVEYORS
IN lltLO
Nov Surveying From
Gerlach into Surprise
Thru Fandango
'Ih" )V 1 llln'-r H a Ivifl'- I t.l.il wee if,
(iii hit. it. ru'iti'ien fcfuo I authority
lint rillirili'l in ui In t he e..'ii,uy, of
t 'in '.'. e-ti-rn 1'iclil i it IJerlnc.i. I hn
livi'iun hei I )u irt'-ri-, iiu. I winch i
liOA' cul. i-'lre I a 'le.-irtihle Htii.piiii
iiint fur thf! 1 1 r ! r i s-" valley. ave
I, fen H'li'lliii.' I'r.r inf r;i,;it i -n tu
tl," nature a .1 uninuut of iiroiuttti in
l.tii; ".nri rlB vall'-y hurl trihuifiry
c ii try.
They iit-.ii have hintffl thut if rei 1 7
is inn le of a mtthfanlory iiatijie, that a
i'. irtH of .'lrvey in will hjw m sstit
out Ir .in ierUch tn rurj a furver in
to ti e Sti.ririrtf taller, mi'l from there
into the (i"OH Laki vall-y, via the
l-'an laivu I'h. with a view cf early
i'u'ii' met inn ot -non line.
It huh not the iuteution to allow
thM tn.itter to Kain publicity, an 1 tlm
-eatcti wurt nf a d'cretive nature on
tne part of the railroal men.
Tti-it euch a line wouM pny Rtid
pay ti ih un luiihte l, even with
i re-t-iii fieveluri.'iient in thene to valley-,
to cay riothi-JK of tt o iQcea.ieii
tjiifineiti Mint, would come with the
h Ivi nt of a railroad into tie country.
I' Aijiil l alio lie an iLexpeu.iive line
to hml I
Ti e Kxa niuer triiHta that the West
ern t'liciUi! will i.ee its hj clear 10
enter thin rtcli tie! i.
Since the nli.ive waa put iu type
ori reanhen ui that th Wehtern
t'acitic n.irr.'yora are no in the Hel l
on the route atnive outline I.
M HILL PREDICTS
RAILROADS SHORT
OF FINANCES
Says They Cannot Extend
Fast Enough to Meet
Growing Traffic
CUICACH). March 3J.-James J.
Hill lelieves the railroads will ex
perience next fall aud winter the
urentest tratllo conijestiou in their
'li-b.rv, an I ' ' s;m ni v of pra
v 'titiiii.' it. lie pissed thrush Chicao
yetserdav ou his way from St .Paul
t New Y'ji !
"l he trunks w ii i o b - is LeiLy
oifeie l the railr ads for transport.t
tiou is constantly iucreasintr, " he
tin I "an I there is tiUle dojCt thet
the railrou is nill lie c;uled upon this
year to furnish more trampot taiou
u .it thjn they have evei bteu asUe'l
t.i furuisii. from all ia ligations it
stems ceiiaiu that by next fall or
e.uly uiuer lbs taiiroaJs will be
totally uualle to furu'sh auvtliif;
like th amount of ttansportutiou fa
cilities hicli will Im demand , d j
t he i-i u Li t r V.
"I dj uot tuink that the mill o'ids
i.re to (lame fur this titualiut', lov it
is next lo impossible l-. r ihe-'i to
r.ii--e the mo'icy nee le i to provi le
tijiiJiiiij.il M'ilitie. l'h" riil-
'Mil i.f i ..j n.itiy leai'y . .i.'.iito
.'ji.; .-I.-.'.' i. j J .tii.iall u
1 ,rjl.:r.:i'iil : w . . as .1 .. r .. r
' 1 j i ii i. j ...ii ' j .ii.. ... -liii.nii.ti
..i.i u. i i - .' ii i
vvell-Uii.iw.-i fact tt ut tl.c c . i . t
tl.ia mcuey uu ier present coo.i it luus.
Uutil railroad cred t shall have beej
restored and uutil the Xinericiu
public shall have teiiaiuei its con
tidciH-e iu railroad securities the pub
lic shall have tn ciiitii.iie t.i sulttr
for lack ot railrcmi t :ieilt ties. "
The t'i uiner his this to say of
I the ahnve -.tatttinent of Mr Hill thut
I the mihlic has heen so bumln'ocle i
be r.illro.iis, by the watering c
stocks, t.v the pay reut of eno'iuoiis
divl tends on such witer that the
public has lost all enn fldenee.
When rudrcad men are conte t
witti reti-o'i'itile profits aud put their
surplus earnings into betterinents
then the Americau people may have
their coutl lance restored iu tailrotd
men !
But, if they do not change their
past and pi "Sent methods, th-m ijvv
eruniHiit ownership and uiauaeuieiit
may uot b- so far away !
Mill Will be Busy
That James J. Hill will build at
east aud west line of railway across
Central Oret'ou, from Ontario to
Coos Bav, is stute on good author
ty duiini: the past week. The pro
jected Hue will connect with the
Oregon Trunk, the Hill read uow be
lli u built up the Peschntes, and with
the Oreuou Electric in the Willamette
valley, believe to be auother Hill pro
perty. This will pietu a gridiron of new
railroads for Orettou duriuii the Ouui
luu few yeaca tnat will bring about
developmeut lu tbla state uever be
fore approached. All Ceutial Oregon
needs Is railroads ; it bat evreything
elsA but people aud tre tailruada will
bring them.
ATTEMPT
TO ESTABLISH
A COSHER
CIAL03CHAB0 The Lakeside Orchard
Company frlaking Good
Progress on its
Tract
The I.al;e-ile Orchnrrl Company
are eiiri.lv uolua aii-a l iu an eueretio
ay that it'iaurs ntll for tho hi. ccees
of the enterprise.
The entire bj) acre tMCt is oow
nearly Iri Kcn' uu l when completed
will be sawn to barley and it is ex
pected a fliie crop will be produced
tr.at will materially aid in financing
the rliutiutf cf t lie orchard to trees
this tali..
P it whether nr nut exnectationa are
met in this way, tr.e company this
eek place! an order with B. li.
Patch. SL'ent rf the Altiaoy urger
ies. tor H.'M) apple trees, that being
sufficient in setting 50 trees to the
acre to place th- entire tract iu
trees.
The fact that thM is tre first at
tempt to set out an orchard on
commercial scale is centering cotisid
eratde interest on the proposition,
l-'ortuiately Rome members of the
company have had experience ia
such matters, and the rest relv upon
thfi' juditruetit. Kir this sense u in
making the tree order but two varie
ties were selected the famous and
sileudid Winter Banana and the
ei)allv splendid Newtown Pippius
4.U00 trees of each variety. The Win
ter Uauana is consi ieniniv more ex
pensive than other varieties, bnt it
wa especially favored inasmuch as it
has done exceut ioually fine here, and
pro luce 1 a tpinlity of fru it that can
uot be en'iHllei in Vakima, Mood
or U'-'te HivcT, nhich heietofore has
had the honor of r ro iuciuj 'he finest
quality uf that variety. The same
uj .y tie gai-1 of the Newtown Pippin,
which thrive will here, and produces
iiy.i lc.s eupei lor to those grown else,
w here.
Those interested in this orchard be
lieve "hat in the course of five yeara
they will have an income and a pro
petty that will be the envy of tbe en
tire country.
la addition to this premier oichard
there were planted last year 40 acrea
in Crooked Creek valley by S. B.
Chandler; SO acres by George C
Turner and 00 acres byj. B. Hughes,
both of Surprise Valley; and 53 acrea
hy the Lauer Bros, near Alturas. Mr.
Patch furnished all these tress.
It is likely others will iu 'he course
if a year cr so also euaatje iu com
u vrcijl orchard enterprises lu this
sccti'ju. It is a goo! plan to beuin
no'.v .-ii that whan railroad facilities
r3 iiifui le I the orchards will be
rea ly trie btisinur-s.
QRCHARBISTS TO
SAVE FRUIT BODS
Effort Ceir.g Made Up
North to right The
i i r . i .. i , j ... ., t Li r
iui iuii- i i lit ' I i . iJ . I . . t
kir.iwei s of i 1 1 i if v i . . , .-. a
lir protect i:ii their etc,. i..a;
eatly frosts ti iiie.t is uf smiiJrfir.g.
MiH I hues ai.d nialei i-.l i or the nmnn
tactoie o: l iiu jt-icds oi smudge pots
which the li ie-.vi.-k t'n tar Heat
er compai'V Mil fiuiiisn lu the Print
ttrotvus at cost have arrived; aud a
lorce of men will be put tu oik with
in the next few days I'ru'l trees
are loade I with buds which have
heuuit lo swell i, ti horticulturists
predict a rceonl-bi ea. iut! crop. The
pre- ii-Mliun which C 1 Schenk is
making to smudue ( is 'JO-iice orchard
bree miles so'ittieit.-tt ot the city is
au instauce ot lb eysteuiHtio manner
in which the orcha dirts are uuder-
HlnuK' the work of coin lb t tiny tbe
frosts. Mr, Sclenk has just com
pleted a 7tKH.)-allou concrete oil cia
tsrn which will tia used to store
suiujg- fuel. Oil will be bauled
from th tanks of the beater company
in the city by means ot a f0J-KBlli n
carrying tank which will also be used
to fill the pots in the orchiud.
Mr. Schenk will use 1U0 pots to an
acre aud is confident that be will be
a le to protect bis crop from much
more severe fronts thau the 'outitry
ha ever knowu, lie has Disced ord
ers for 2u00 pots which will be put iu
positiou for ligbing wheu the first
darner signal is given. Inland
llerad (Wash.)
Herder Killed
Over a dispute as to rente near
Prineville Oeo. Kates a rancber. killed
A. P. liandall a sbeepberder, one
day last week. It seems the sbeep
berder opeued tire first with a re
volver from behind a clump of
bushes. Estea returned fire with m
rltla. lie was acquitted.