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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1912)
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The Kniiim Cnna
cut tula A good on. f
Each and Every One a Speed Shell
The speed that break your targets nearer the
trap, lhat s why Kmmtngton-UMf, steel Lined
Sheila have won 13 out oi the IS Handicap belt! in
the last three year.
The tpeed that et that mite-e-minute "duck" with horter
lead that' why it take over 50,000 dealer to handle the demand
for Remington- UMC itecl Lined Shell.
The Shooting fraternity ere pecd wise. They know loote
mokele powder won't drive ihot. They know that the drive
depend on the compression.
The powder charge in Remington-UMC hell I gripped in
ateel. Tbi lining ii designed to give the exact compression
necessary to (end the load to the mark quickest. It insure
peed the tame speed in every shell.
The steel lining is moisture proof no dampness can get through.
Jar proof no powder can get out. Waste proof no energy is lost.
Shoot Remingtom-UMC Arrow sail Nilro Club Steel Lined Eaatera
factory loaded abclla (or SpJ plus Patter in any make of ahotsua
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway e New York City
WALLACE & SON
' VVm. Wallace, Coroner for Lake County)
PROMPT ATTENTION AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
FANCY PRIZE CATTLE
are always offered to us first.
The breeders know that we are
always set-king the choicest,
teaderest meats we can get.
Ha re us cut you off u nice roast
for next Sunday's dinner. It
will he a treat the whole family
will enjoy and will show you
the advantage or ftettlnfr oil
. your meats here hereafter.
HAYES & GPOB. props
NEVADA -CALIFORNIA -OREGON RAILWAY
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. I Arrives Lakeview at 8:35 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:45 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
Pullman & IS lift it t ber vice Jietuee a Lukeview unJ Keno
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
One "1910" Buick. Model 17. 40 H. P. Just overhauled and
in fine shape. Guaranteed to give satisfaction under all conditions.
Come and try her. Cheap for cash.
One "1910" E. M. F 30 H. P also in fine shape. Cheap.
IN LAST SESSION
The session of Congress now closing
will be memorable for the passage of
few measures of drat Importance, for
the attempt to enact several tarilT
bill., which .their authors knew would
be vetoed by the President, for effort
to cripple the Army and to undo some
of the (food work of the preceding
Con Rress and for the entire failure to
deal with several questions which nr
gently call for action, though a vast
amount of time was wasted in bootless
investigations and debates, says the
'lhe most valuable achievement is
the Fanama canal bill, for it not only
established a Government for the sttine
and tolls for the oanal, but effects a
revlolution in our shipping policy
which opens the wj to the creation of
merchant marine and emancipate
water transportation from the domina
tion of the railroads. Next in impor
tance is the establishment of a genuine
parcels post. Credit for these mea
sure must be divided boteeen the two
parties, though t e remnant of the
standpat Republican Senators opposed
the new shipping policy. Bv annul. ng
the Russian treaty the President saved
Congress from cassing a resolution
which would have caused the Cxar's
government to teel lasting resentment
against this country.
The reluctance with which the De
mocrats consented to the building of a
new battleship augurs ill for the future
of the Navy in case th Democracts
should secure full control of the Gov
ernment. New laws of especial advan
tage to the West, for which credit is
due Senator tiorah individually, tnough
tbey were supported by members of
both parties, are the three-year home
stead and irrigated homestead acts.
The greater part of tbe time of Con
gress, However, baa been taken up with
the attempt to revise the tariff nd
with undoing what Taft has accom
plished towards adoption ol bis policy
! of scientific revision. Knowing that
Taft would never approve bills making
rsdical reduction not justifiable bv the
j Tariff Board's reports and aopropriat
j ing this plan of schedule revision, the
! democrats, aided by tbe insurgents,
have psssed a series of tariff bills
which hive fallen under the Presi
dential veto. Tbey could have hoped
for nothing better than to put them
selves and their opponents on record
in readiness for tbe coming campaign.
So far, they have gained tnat end, (or
tbe President was as willing as tney to
go on record and tbe issue is joined be
tween the Taft policy of revision on
moderately protective lines and the
Democratic policy of tariff for re
venue with incidental protection. In
their partisan zeal the Democrats have
abolished tbe Tariff Board just as it
bad begun to prove us usefulness.
One measure which both parties
stampeded to pass Is the pension bill,
whereby all veterans, rich or poor,
dependent or independent, able-bodied
or invalid, are allowed to dip their
hands deeper than ever in the 'treasury
There is little to choose between the
parties oi. this scor.-, for toth engaged
in an unseemingly scramble to gain
votes at the public expense.
Uy attempting to nx a seven-year
term for civil service employes the
Democrats sought to restore the spoils
system under a disguise which deceiv
ed nobody. By their effort to abolish
Twin Valley Land Co.
,: Incorporated :
C. R. BLOOD, Ast. Sec; C. O. MISENER, Cen. Agt.
We have for sale:
Orchard and A Ifalfa Lands
Farm Lands, Timber Lands
Homesteads and Desert Lands
Special attention given to O.V.L. Land Holdings
We are agents W
The Fairport Town & Land Co.
FAIR PORT TOWN LOTS now on s; :e. Make
jour selection before the best ones are sold. A
!)ig investment for a small amount of money.
the Commerce Court the Democrats
made a step backward on the road of
progress. The Pre-ident, bv interspos
ing bis veto in theBe instances, render
ed a valuable rubllc service, which will
be appreciated when party passions
The time whicb might have been
spent to great publio advantage In
dealing with trusts, conserv tion,
a: i , 1 1 i
rtiHSKH or ine currency nan oeen iciieu i
away in making stump speeches and in j
holding interminable inquiries into the
departments in the hope of uncovering
scandals, which could be retailed on
the stump: also in investigating the
trusts, with no result bevond continua
tion of what was already known, and in
unearthing the secrets of pant cam
paigns. Congress is unable at one ses
sion to pass moe than a few measures
of the first importance. In a few
things it has done well, but. had its
mind been on the needs of the country
instead of on the needs of respective
parties, it could have done much more
in the period of almost nine months
over whicb tbe session has extended.
DON'T KNOW THEY
Many Lakeview people win, have
chronic appendicitis, which Ih not
very painful, have doctored for yearn
for kbh on thentomacli, Hour (stomach
or comsttpation. Hall A KeynoldH,
lriiKK'HtH, Htatt w If tlje..u people will
try Hlmple buckthorn I), irk, Klycerlne,
etc., as compounded In Alder l-ka,
the German apjeuiic.tiM i uuay,
tbey will be surprised at I he (JUICK
benefit. A SINGLR rjt iSK relievos
thete troubles Instantly .
SUBSCRIBE i'OH T UK KX.v .iIXEH
GIVEN TO U. S.
Japan's anwser to the rumor that
she contemplated war with the United
States Is a million dollar present.
That country, it is announced, intends
to erect a building and occupy four
acres of ground at the Panama Pacific
exposition In San Francisco, the build
Inir and nrounils to be presented to this
country as a gift. The buildmR will
be a permanent one, and the amount
of money which the Japanese intend
to expend is a guarantee it will be the
bast. The government has agreed to
allow the use ot the ground. In addi
tion to the building, which will be on
the lines of classic Japanese architec
ture, the exhibit will include a Jap
anese garden, where the choicest st
cimena of .Upancse skill will te In
evidence. It is also announced that
the famous dwarf trees of Japan will
be transplanted to American soil and
in every way the exhibit will prove of
AID FROM STATE
A dispatch from Lake to the Port
land Journal says :
Northern Lake County settlers, es
pecially those In Pleasant valley In the
vicinity of Lake, Arrow. Viewpoint,
Cliff, Buffalo and Butte postofficea,
want an experimental farm located
about the center of the valley. Crops
this year have been wonderfully suc
cessful, though th fact remains that
cut about one homesteader in ten ia
capable of making his land produce
even a quarter of what it is capable of
producing. Thia lack of industry Is
due to two imDortnnt causes: Short
age of money and lack of knowledge of
what to do and wbat not to do, in
handling tbe land.
Feeling that they ia an integral
portion of Oregon with an area of CO0,
000 acres of land the most of whicb is
good agricultural land, in southern
Oregon and that the Oregon Trunk rail
way cannot long overlook the tillable
area that ia handicapped for transpor
tation, the people of this portion of the
county desire that they be brought
closer to the business men and people
ot the state. If their lands are prop
erly tilled and the crops multiplied on
tbe lands that are so productive when
handled even carelessly; they teel that
they should have cooperation to obtain
the desired experimental station. K
A. Remington, W. Koche Fick, F. K.
Anderson, K. A. Watkina and many
other live settlers here have signified
that tbey will five 160 acres ot land
for use of the experimental ststlon for
a term of years.
Mile Dash I75-I2R
1-2 mile dash, Klamath and
Trotting mile three-year-old 7525
Wild hone r: ce 5025
Trotting heats. Mile two in
three $100 $50
1-2 mile dash Klamath and
Wild borse race 5025
Thi.d Day. W. O. W. Day
1-2 mile and repeat, two year
old, Klamath and Lake 7525
1-4 mile and repeat 5025
Wild horse race 5025
Stock Parade. Farmer's Day.
Double harness race Klamath
county driving horses $50 $25
Relsy raee. Free for all 5025
Wild horse race 5025
Bucking Finals 6025
An entrance fee of 20 per cent will
be charged for all races. Four to enter
and two to start.
When more than four entrees are
made the entrance fee will be added to
the purse and third horse will save
All races start promptly at two any
horses failing to show up on time will
forfeit entrance fee.
All horses must be entered on pre
vious day. AH riders in bucking con
test must be entered before contest
begins. No fee.
The Judges will pick the worst buck
ing hordes trom each wild horse race
and on the last day these horses will
run final wild horse race.
Vinyards In Douglas
The Voncolla Times published at
Yoncolla, Douglas County, has the fol
lowing: Last Sunday about sixteen men and
half as many women friends of Mrs,
Joe Vlnyard piomced at her borne and
while the men went in the field and
stacked twelve acres of uata and put
about 18 tons of hay in her barn, which
was a neighborly deed and one that
will never bo forgotten.
The same lejui: also contains a nutice
signed by Joe Vinyard stating that he
and Ha-afi 8. Vinyard had separated
and giving warning that he would ' not
be responsible for any deuta incurred
TO KILL RODENTS
That it is no simple task to get rid
of gophers and moles and other roilunts
is tho opinion of A. 1.. I ovctt, pest
expert at the Oregon Agricultural
College, He believes it Is iiccessnry
to use a con blnai ion ot treatments
rather than any one system.
"In most rases one will have very
good success during the early pa.t of
the fight with the poisoned bait. Fumi
gation with rarbon-ai-aullld gives very
wood succei-a in newly formed burrows
of the pocket gopher. This method is
used extensively through the middle
west on a commercial scale and over
large fields. Where the application
fails it ia usually due to the verv ex
tended underground burrows which
occur in held long infested. The car-bon-si-suind
Is used at the rate of
three to six ounces to each pocket.
Saturating dry horse manure and work
ing thia down Into tne burrow is a very
good method of application. Tre ma
larial mav be poured slowly into the
hole direct. Alter treating the hole,
cover it thoroughly to hold in the
fumes. Always bear in mind that car-bon-si-sulfld
is as inflammable as gaso
line. Do not open it near a hot stove,
nor smoke while making the applica
tion. "When the numbers of pests are con
siderable lessened tbey seem to become
wary of such meth xJs, and then possi
bly the trap will be about the only
WHy that you can catch thorn. After
the traps cease to be effective, a small
boy with a rifle will usually keep them
down pretty well. This pest usually
appears above the ground at certain
hours of the dsy and can be shot very
readily. There are two methods of
preparing the poisoned bait. One Con
sists of simply using pieces of carrot
or potato or even rnains. Make an in
cision in each pieoti of carrot or potato
and slip in a crystal of strychinia sul
phate The burrow should not bo left
uncovered in the case of the pocket
gopher: simply scrspe away tbe sur
face soil to expose the tunnel : the
bait may then te dropped into the hole
and the soil replaced.
"In the case of moles, a sharp point
ed stick maybe pushed down into the
uplifted earth around the tunnel and
tne bait dropped in. Then simply
stamp on the burrow to cut out the
light from below.
"lhe other method of preparing the
bait with poison is as follows: Dis
solve an oifncc of strychina sulphate In
a pint of boiling water : add a Dint of
thick syruD am stir thoroughly. Scent
thia with a few drops of oil of anise.
This mixture ia sufficient to poison a
half-busbel of wheat or corn. Simply
pour it over the grain and stir vigor
ously. This grain, ot course, should
not be scattered in exposed places
where birds annd poultry could get at
"In the case of traps, 1 do not know
that any particular make is to be . re
commended. Al of them have certain
things which make them, in the eye of
their manufacturers, a little superior
to other tyoes."
Tho Vaquero Festival which will
take place at Ontario, Oregon during
the Malheur County Fair, Septeroter
24th, to 28th, will equal any celebratiu.i
of its kind ever held in the Nortwi-st.
Last year a festival of this kind was
held under the name of Buckaroo
Sports and as it proved the big drawing
card of tho Fair, it was decided to con
tinue the program and make it an an
nual event. The Fair association have
purchased some of the hardest buck
ing horses to be found and have secur
ed a large number of others as well as
wild horses for the famous wild horse
Riders and ropers of this section are
invited to enter and compete for the
CHsh premiums which are liberal. All
kinds of stunts th.it go with the usual
wild west program Will be pulled off
and during the entire week there will
not be a dull moment. Aeroplane
flights, mamoth fruit and agricultural
exhibits, all kinds ot entertainment,
harness and running races, music by
several bands, mask carnivals, and
everything that goes to make up a first
class fair, will find place in the pro
gram. Good hotel accomodations are
avaiiableat Ontario as three good
hotels are now in operation including
the new one of 1'0 rooms. Programs
and entry blanks of the Vaquero Fcsti
v 1 will be gladly mailed by writing
(lie Secretary, Leon J. Chapman, ac
Silver Lake Items'
fHllver Lake Trader)
The business mena auto party from
Portland stopped over at Fremont
for three hours. They were served a
venison and chicken lunch a la cats-
t'r.'il.t.'in ,, .. Willmn II. Taft
Vic Prralrti'lit .. .talma N.Hhm. man
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alBled meetliiBa Haturdar mi or hrfure full
moon. January it7tli, March 2nd, March Doth
April '7th, May i'.tli, Julia nuih, lU. HpociBl
inivjllUKa Uxiu call, seuerally Halilrday even
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MeeUereryai-uind and luurth Thuraday ol
DBih tniiiith. lu .M..lilc Hall, Lakeview.
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All Practice Except U. S.
Lund Oillco IliialneHH. '
fv. F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
D. VENA Toil
Attorney at Law,
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OPC(i: -rKlr MnildiiiK.
Land .inj Law Olllce
Abstractor of Tltlea
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DRADLEY ENGINEERING CO
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