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Lake County Examiner
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Lakevlow, Oregon, Thursday, March '27, UM.'l
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Perhaps it is proper that a kubjct
of iuch universal importnace as the
tariff should be the only subiect taken
up at the special session. There is
much pressure for the consideration of
other subje t. puch as the currency,
strengthening the Sherman act, revis
ing: the statute to bring them into
harmony with the ideas of conserva
tion, and various other thmjs which
have earnest advocates. It is not pos
sible to say just what legislation will
be considered in the special session,
but there is a disposition to make the
scope of activity as narrow as possible.
Chairman Underwood of the Ways and
Means Committee epxects to be re a ly
with the tariff bills, but as there will
be considerable debate on them the
session is likely to stretch into months. (
Reductions of tariff are certain to be
nade. The farming interests are I
anxious for they have always felt that ,
tney Oia not ger. as mucQ coneiuerauon
as tbey should have had. The cry for
cheaper cost of living may striae right
at the root of the farmer's prosperity,
no, oi course, me ieg.fi.iora ue.r Every f,w days we have had a diver
to be cautious ith respect to this. 9jon of sm,.,iied bii2Zards. keen and
The South with its cotton, sugar, to- penetratinKi followed by gentle falls
oacco, oranges, rice ana oioer uiaunui
ive products, is clamoring for protec
tion: the West wants cattle, lumber,
and wool taken care of: the East asks
for consideration for manufactured ,
gooas: in snori me oia prooiem oi com-,
promi-in in a way to sat.afy evervone
ta still present and it is a prooiem
which will tax the ingenuity of Con
gress to the utmo.-t.
131 M IG It AT IONISE VITA II LIS
Referring again to the immigration
bill which has occupied so much of the
attention of Curgress and the Presi
dent at this session, it must be admit
ted that the opening of the Panama
Canal will bring tne Pacific Coast and
the adjacent Western and Intra-Mount-ain
States face to lace with new prob
lem arising from the influx of thou-
sanda of aliens
The North German Lloyd, the Ham-;
burg-American, and others of the great'
steamship lines will run their snips di-
rect from European ports to the Pacific
Coast. It is quite natural that the im
migrants will land at the first port of
call, San Diego, unless tbey are de-
stined for Britien Columbia, and that
from San Diego they will te distributed
to points in California, Oregon, Ariz
ana, Nevada, Colorado, and more dis
During the exposition year of 1915
this bine of travel will be influenced to
some extent by the great disulay of
world's industries at San Diego. The
States are getting ready to meet this
question. It must be yet. The great
Weat is anxious to receive immigrants
of the sturdy type that has done so
m ico already to build up the lands
West of the Chio and Mississippi, and
if tney are sound physically an 1 ment
ally, and clean morally, they will be
Colonists are (Jjcking to Oregon
from every part of the United States,
taking advJr.tae of the low one way
setllsra' rate3 now in f jrce on the rail
roads. Indications are that the Spring
movement .iil be re ivy and that Ore-
n will ain jjfrt what she mont
n I Is, a lar riirnlr ot thrifty, in
tel''i;ant an i prict.cnl farmers who
w!l: s 'tt!e on th-i va 'art lands of the
state aid uevdl ip t ! e rn . Central Ore
gon ho neitijals are attracting a large
numbers of r.ew-omers.
Do .you nru,ii; any of the following symptoms?
Thry nr- uxtmlly i,nsi-nt tlurlni: tlm jriiiff months tiurf urn not vary
ilritNiint to .suy ? If.ist.
When you hrconi" out of sorts luckliitflri entrxy, utrihitlon, fit n't iusli
nljeail rnl ilon't si-tni to cur Iter yon do or not . liit'tnis thnt the
indoor life of tin? past winter him hurdaiPd tho system with impuritii-s.
The blood should be thoroughly cleansed und the circulation iiierenscd
If not the ailment will income chronit your work will hung because
your efforts lack the necessary stimulus you will accomplish little your
fvery effort will be u waste of time.
Nyul's Spring SarsMpnrilln will make you feel like new cleanse the
blood of all impurities enrich It and send It coursing through your veins
rou will feel it, too; it will brighten the eye, clear the bruin, lend elasticity
to your every step und movement you will attack your work with an
added zest you will be up ami doing all the time it will put you where
You cuvnot do better than to use it It Is an open-formula medicine
not a patent,
A large bottle 100 full doses ue Dollar the bottle.
Yours very truly,
Snyder & Reynolds, Druggists
Lake County, Oregon
vn Ti r. In ilinx,
IT mn It.
If it i-t possible for President Wilson
to hoi i in check, the Democratic co
horts of Congress, it would seem re
asonatle to suppose that we will I ave
a "safe and sane" administration.
The President has already shown his
ability as a statesman, both in his in-
augural address as well as in other
statements coming from the White
House, and all eyes are now turned to
ward the special session of Cor gross
which is to convene April 7. While
there may be some "Doubting Thom
ases" amongst u as to the result, yet
there are none but what hone that the
administration will fully justify the
promises that have been made. Many
of the President's announced plans of
pro edure are -being strongly objected
to by members of his party, but the
real teat will no doubt occur during
the special session.
Typical March weather has prevailed
- th-. eec,jon a,mogt throughont the
entrfl month Mrch wM nsDered in
,lke , ,ambj aa the gaying goeg but
how Jt will go out is but speculation.
of snow, clear skies and bright sun
shine. The weather in general, how
ever, is considered as the best for crops
and range this season. The greatest
drawback is anticipated in the spring
cuIvation aa the Kroun,,
that farmers wj be ,ate
is so wet
grain. C'orsiderable ground in the val
ley was plowed last fall whicn will
likely prove of benefit to those who
were fortunate enough to get their
land in shape then, hall sowing has
all indications of giving excellent
yields as tne winter has been each to
protect it to the best advantage
'I he prospects for fruit this year are
the very best as the late cold weather
has kept back all sorts of vegetation
which insures it against any possible
late frosts this spring.
. . , ....
D- J- Delaney of the Reno Journal
8Pent ,ew day3 in Lkeview last
week gathering data for the special
section of the Journal's Sunday edition
featuring the resources and possibilities
of ihe country accesaible to the N.-C-O.
Railway. Mr. C. Campbell of th
Journal staff also spent several days
in this section covering different
tranches of the work.
A six-page section of the issue was
devoted to the work which was under
taken on account of the reduction in
freight rates over the N -C.-0. road.
The flrriflpR Air nl airliner rnnriitinna nf
this country were creditably compiled I
and will doubtless have the right effect !
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as a .shipping center.
Two Brothers Hang
George and Charles Humphrey who
were convicted of murdering Mrs.
Elizabetrj Griffith, of Phi omath, Or.,
were hanged at the state penitentiary
last Saturday. both brothers main
tained their innocence to the last.
This is the first execution in the state
since Friday, December 13, when your
rrinjin-ild were hanged.
The Humphery brothers implicated
Dr. E N. North in the crime, although
lie waa first arrtsted in connection
with th-i crime aa 1 afterwards dis
charged. The doctor some years since
practiced his profession, that of den
tistry, in Lake County, and he was
quite well known about Paisley.
FAIR EXHIBITS TO
BE SENT GRATIS
School Children of Each
County are Encouraged
Portland, Ore. Mar. 25 (Special)
Industrial fair associations are being
organized in various Oregon counties
that will further the work of the
school children along these I.noa.
! Such organization have already been
perfected in Sherman and Morrow
counties and also one for Linn County
at Albany. The Shei man County court
has appropriated $6r0 for the fair and
a list of attractive premiums is offered
for the best showings. Other counties
are falling into line and the State Fair
also promises to be better than ever
The railroads of the state have done
a very helpful thing toward promoting
the work of the school chidren's county
industrial fairs, having agreed to carry
the children's exhibits to and from the
State Fair free of charge. Exhibits
must be assembled at one or more con
venient points in eacn county and all
sent in together This means that the
chil.lren in the most remote parts of
Oregon will he encouraged to enter
the contest and will have every advan
tage that those nearer the State Fair
location will enjoy. The prize Hat is
larger and more attractive than ever
before and it is hoped that early prep
arations ill be made for collecting
and shipping the exhibits.
Oregonian: Tne only activity in the
Western wool markets up to the pres
ent time has been in Washington, where
several hundred thousand pounds have
lately changed hands at Northern Pac
ific points. Buyers bida for these
wools have been on the basis of 12 to 14
cens for fine end 15 to 17 cents for
medium 'One lot was taken at 20
cents. Shearing is now general at all
points in Eastern Washr gton. ar.d
there should be considerable selling in
the next three weeks.
No buying is reported from Eastern
Oregon counties Shearing will start
at Arlington next week, and if the
weather is favorable will soon be gen
eral. Buyers show no disposition to
enter n contracts. Dates for sealed
bid sales have been announced as fol
lows: Jure 5, Shaniko:June7, Baker:
lune 9, Ontario: June 10, Vale: June
17, Heppner ; June 19, Condon : June 21.
Shaniko:June 23, Madras: June 2G,
Joseph: June 27, Enterprise: July 1,
Ontario: July 2, Vale : July 6, Baker:
July 8, Joseph: July 9, Enterprise;
July 10, Wallowa; July 15, Shaniko:
July 17. Bend.
Swedes Buy Land
'Ihe Chewaucan Press says that a
colony of Swedes has been formed to
buy the remaining unsold tracts ot the
Northwest Towrsite Company, and
that thev have made first payments on
the lands to a security company in
Portland. They are now awaiting the
water on the land when they will move
their families to that suction and begin
cultivation of their properties. Ac
cord,rK to the Pre;8 lh ,re arf a',out
thirty-five heads of families who have
already made initial payments on the
tracts. This nationality will afford a
I most enterprising colony of farmers
for the lands adjacent to Paisley 8nd
when they establish their residence the
actire development of that section is
i Visit Lakeview
E. H. Day, superintendent of the
' large cattle herds of W. D. Duke, with
j his family arrived in l.ukeview on Sat
urday evening's train from their home
Ion the former XL ranch near Alturas.
i They Hptnt a few days in tins city
' meeting many old time friends and re
newing acquaintances, and inci Jentally
I sizing up the many improvements that
j have occurred here aince their last
visit, threo years ago. Mr. iuy Btates
that everything in general in hia home
county are apparently similar to con
ditions locally and remarked that Htock
had withstood the winter excellently.
He informs us that the entire bands of
Duke cattle consume about 7"j tons of
On next Sunday evening the pastor
of the Presbyterian congregation, wor
snping in the Masonic Hall, will begin
a descriptive "Tour of the Holy Land",
commencing with Mount Carmel the
home of the prophet Elijah.
'Ihe lectures will be illustrated at the
close with views, pressed Mowers, and
other interesting reminders of the his
toric localities visited a year ago. The
public is cordially invited.
The membership of 23: in the House
when it convenes April 7, will comprise
2'JO Democrats, of whom 103 will be
new members and 145 Republicans, '
whom fj5 will take their seats for the
first time. The list shows that 279 of
the representatives served in the Con
gress just ended and that six of the new
Latest Styles in Men's Clothes
SPRING FASHION SHOW
of H. S. M. SUITS
Brush your suit daily
representatives come bacK to Washing-1
ton after two years or more absence I
from Congressional duty. j
NEW PINE CREEK ITEMS
( Hy Staff Vorresjioiidcn t )
W. S Dupont had an operation per
formed last Monday on one of hi legs.
The operation was performed by Dr.
G. A. Knox.
Ihe Union Sunday school will give a
necktie party at the Ouera House this
Friday night. Come boys there will
be lots of ties for sale.
Mail Messenger J. B. McNew who
carries the mail between New Pine
Creek and FairjKirt is unable to get
over the new road to Fairport and ia
now going over the state Line to the
New Pine Creek depot and drives from
New Pine Creek depot to Fairport
through the field.
George Wendt returned Monday from
a visit with home folks near Medford
Oregon. He is wearing the same
smile as UBiial.
Mr. and Mrs. Wise came up from
Fairport to spend Sunday.
F. M. Green is here from Sacramento
looking after the interests of his ranch.
About the proudest parents in town
are Mr. and Mrs. John Larkin, of the
new daughter which arrived at 10:30
p.m , March 22nd. To say John is
t-teppiiig high, wide and handsome
would be putting it mildly.
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connor are
making quite an extended professional
trip over to Clover Shale, but are ex
pected to return home at any time.
Mr. L. Gill, of Cedarville, Cal., is
spending a few daya with his aister-in-law
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Koltt.
Wade, and also visiting other acquain
tances. Mr. J. C Freeman is having exten
sive improvements put on his resi
dence. Morrison and Vernon are doing
the carpenter work.
During Pharmacist Duponts absence
at the hospital, a gentleman from Port
land ia in charge of the ttore.
Miss Laura Simmons ia entertaining
her mother from Lakeview for an in
definite length of time. We are very
sorry to note that she has been quite ill
since coming. We hope for her speedy
recovery. They are rooming at present
with Mr. and Mrs. Baker, across the
The Easter exercises at both church
es despite the inclement weather were
puite well attended and thoroughly en
joyed by all. The ones who an kindly
took charge of things certainly deserved
special praiae for the manner in which
things were carried on. The decora
tion were very appropriate and beauti
ful. Mr. Wendts moving pictures were
especially good Saturday night, en
titlde "Custera' Last Charge" which
certainly soimed quite real.
Silver Lake Items
'Silver l.nkn ImmU't)
The people of Viewpoint are to be
commended upon the prompt manner in
Every season men are more interested in
good style. Young men especially have
helped to cultivate this critical spirit.
season, too, more men
that they get better style, better
materials, better tailoring in ready-mide
clothes than the average to-measur
tailor can possibly offer.
Every suit in the Spring line of Hart
Schaf fner & Marx Good Clothes is an
exhibit of the above fact.
It isn't always an easy thing
this in type, but the clothes
in a few minutes.
11nne of Hart SchufTner A Marx thiod
which they raised sufliiient funds to
take Kd Prinker to Portland where he
was plHced in a hospital. Prompt j
action may be tne means of restoring;
him the use of his now paralized limbs, j
That all will be done for htm that
science and skill can do Is now assured.
The country is filling up rapblly ami
soon all the available land in this part!
of the country will be taken up. This'
eck more than thirty people camej
into the Arrow neighborhood and'
I nearly aa many more arrived In Clltr
and Lake, fcivery day new facea are'
seen in Silver Luke, all looking f or j
Frank Harris and family arrived here
by private conveyance from tne north '
last Saturday on their way home,
after havng spent tne winter in south
ern California. Frank was highly de
lighttd with the climate and says it is
an Ideal place to live, but a ma wants
to have a ranch in Oregon to furnish
the finances, as he could see no way .
for a man of moderate means to make a
living. They were all glad to get back. I
P. D. Reeder took them down to their i
4 'Young man, when you bay a
baggy, be sure it's a Studebaker"
Sound advice from the man who has been
driving one for twenty years.
When you buy a Studebuker buggy you are buying
all the skill, experience and science in buggy building
that half a century can produce. You are protect
ing yourself against the mistakes of younger builders.
You will always be proud of the Studebaker
nameplute, for there isn't a buggy on the road that is
its equal for style, luxury and good looks.
Flexible bent-reach gear, graceful lines, solid cor
ner.', piugless body, double-ironed shafts, arc a few of
the special Studebaker features.
The new close-fitting shifting rail is enough in
itself to make you buy a Studebaker buggy.
Se our Dtaler
CHICAGO PALI. AS KANSAS CITY DKNVKg
SALT LAKE CITY buN rBANCISCO FOUTLANl), OK.
will do it
Use a suit hanger
ranch Monday in hia machine.
L. D. Hoy prnpiaed to T. S. Mc
Kinney that they arbitrate hia differ
ence with Frank Dwamcl. The latter
aald the cast had gone an far ho would
try the matt r out in the circuit court.
to which an appeal from the in tire
court had already been taken.
THE KHUTY YEA It TKKT
Ao articli- tinixt have exceptional
liirrlt to Hiirvlw ii.r period if lurt.v
.veurit. ('liii'iilirrUIn'. Coiitfii kVtMcdv
wan flrxt iiffi-rcl to the ti I l i- n IN7-J.
From a Hini II ln-nlnriliiir it In irrown
In favor find (Mipuiariiv in til it hna
attained a world ldi- lepiitallon.
You will 0ml notliliiir better for a
cough or cold. Try It. and y.n. will
U'ldiMHtand why t Ih i favorite after
a period of mure than forty years.
It not only irivca relief It ciiriM. For
al by nil di-alera
A H.N A I For Mile nice ten-acre fruit
far in only fourmlU-H from l.nk'-i'mw,
and one nice l.aiievlew lowu li for
only $L'.'0 CFfth. Adilrrt-M Itacoll
Bldg , Kooin II, Oakland. Calif. 2
or wilt uu
South Bend, Ind.