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APRIL 9, 1914
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER
HIBERNIANS TO "
MEET AT IIEPPNEI1
(From the Irish News)
The following Inttor In solf -explanatory:
"Hccrolary, A. O. II.,
Your letter of February 27 wan
Uld over until our meeting March 17.
Oil Hint lay, State President Doery
being In attendance, wo decided to
hold tho fctuto Convention of tlio A.
O. H. In tlio latter part of October.
MohI of tlio members of this Divi
sion are sheepmen, and an they do
not return from tlio mountains until
tlio mlildlo of October, you can oiinl
ly sen that It would bo lmpomill.lv) to
hold tlin Convention until tlio Ut
0jd. Wo certainly would liit'i to
ficcomodiito tlin Lakovlow hoys In
the matter hut circumstances hero
will not permit It.
Regretting that such Is the rune,
and wishing all success to you Illu
sion rod Its worthy rhapliun, I re
iniiln dear Ilrother Jlrennuii,
(Itov) T. J. O'lluurko, Iter. Kecy.
Illicit Hcliool Note
The Freshmen furnished a song
for UKHombly Wodnosday morning.
Tlin Juniors hail a very successful
class party Tuesday evening.
Tlio Seniors havo nearly complet
ed their "Theses" and most of them
aro handed In.
Tlio activities of tho Sophomoro
dsns aro moving along pleasantly
and they will ho hard from Boon.
All school movements aro now
centered lit tho Annual Number of
tho HK llrusli Kcho. The friend
of the school aro linked to assist as
much as posHlble, ho that their first
annual may be u hiiccijhh.
It seems to those wli.t lire closely
connected with the IIIkIi School mid
Us various phasi m 1 work Hmt:lI v
the chief v.ork f the pilpllH who lit
lind the Instil u! I n mid that the
school liulldlng should be the center
for educational and social functions.
Several persons have In n rather
complaining way suggested thul
"you have too much going on at 1 1
school building and keep our young
people out too much." While the
real truth of the subject Is thnt the
young people are ul school fu net loin
very few evenings. Only one enter
talnmnt has been given this ear
and then many of tho pupils were
too busy to practice 111 tho evening
ho nearly ull of the rehearHliig was
dono after school. It Is expected that
schools of thlH kind should have
social gatherings anil perhaps no
better plan could bo suggested thuil
under the teacher's guidance. The
real truth of the matter Is that
with from one to three dances near
ly every week, one or two niovln :
picture shows every night, lodges
that -draw on the school folks for
hoc hi I committees and the churches
with their various social require
ments and entertainments, together
with some private affairs planned
for the High School pupils that there
Is but llttlo tlmo left for school do
ings and when Home work or plea
sure Is planned it seems that the
pupils are "ho busy In tho school."
Perhaps one of the best arguments
In favor of the Bt hool activity Is that
discretion Is used In arranging the
tlmo and very few evenings aro us
ed during school week but meetings
are deferred until Friday night.
When practices aro planned during
tho week they are along hcIioo! lines
and aro always short. If this mat
ter Is looked at squarely, tho JiiBtlco
of school claims will surely bo evi
dent. Friday evening, April 10, tho Do
mestic Helenco CIuhhcs of tho High
School will servo a dinner to the
public In tho High School Dinning
Itoom, from 6 1'. M. to 7:30. The
main objects are, to give tho pupils
experience In this lino of serving,
and the public an opportunity to nee
them at their work. Tlio prices
aro regulated by "what you out."
Tho proceeds after tlio expenses
are met will bo divided between the
two classes to help finish out tho
ye:iri work. Cuaraiiteo tickets will
bo sold for ten cents, this to bo de
ducted from tho hill when presented
to tho Cashier. Tickets on Bale at
Thornton's Drug Store. Following la
the bill of faro (subject to change).
Consommo.ric Oyster Soup, 10c.
Creamed Salmon, 10c
Oyster Patties, 10c
Itoast Hecf, 25c Uoast Pork, 25c
Creamed Corn, 5c
8callopod Tomatoes, 5c
llaked Asparagus with Cheese, 10c
Uasin Pie, 6c Chocolate Tie, 10c
Orange Bavarian Cream, 10c
Prune Whip, 10c
Coffoe, 6c Toa, 5c
potato, Bread and Butter served
free with 25 cent orders
THE INOW A BLEMINOL
This rlma la for the fallow
Who knock about tha mow,
For that ha la ungrateful
Our almpla Unaa will ahow.
now railing through tha atmoaphara
Claana, purine tha air,
Just Ilka tha atmunor rainstorm
Whan a rainbow ahlnaa up thara.
Snow fnllt down on tha growing whaat
And, Ilka blanket whlta,
It keeps tha grains and craaaaa warm
And aava them day and night,
A winter without anow, my friend,
Would mean no bread to aat, '
No areas anithny for oattla
And of courea no Juloy meat.
now melta and waters grtwlng (rain;
It alnka down through tha sod
Until bnlow It inakea o'erflow -
Tlio hidden aprlnga of Uod.
Theea hidden aprlnga an oraan form
Ilennnlh the mi r fare deep,
Where mid tha Untie cavra and the rock
Tha cooling wulrra awaep.
Theea help to keep the earth's cruat coth',
They fill the welH and aprlnga;
Ther furnleli coo! Ufa giving; drink
To nourish living tlilnga.
Now, let u prelim Uod for the anow
That blanket tha cold earth
and Ihunk him fur In beauty
And Ha tremrndoua worth.
C. I. DARNITZ.
A Cure for Hour Stomach
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle
Crook, Mich., writes: "I have been
troubled with Indigestion, sour sto
mach and bad breath. Aftor taking
two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets
I am well. These tablets are splen
did none better." For sale by all
MORE CHICKENS SOLUTION OP
Our friends, tho vegetarians, thibk
tho Joko I on the meat enters snd
console themselves with the thought
that Amerlcuns will eventually get
down to a diet of robbiige, beans, po
tatoes and turnl'm.
This seems to depend on whether
people In general ruiso chickens.
In six yenra beef production ha
dropped 3 per rent, over 1.4UMNJ0 less
cattle wero slaughtered st Inspected
slaughter houses In that tlmo, a short
age of TNO.tkKMMK) less pounds of beef,
and meat euisumtlon has dropped
ten pounds per capita In three years.
This Is ascribed to tho high price of
feed, rnttlo ticks, hog cholera and
other disomies, tho slaughter of calves
and tho fact thnt grazing country Is
being rapidly changed Into farms.
Some way iniixt U; found to 011 this
Authorities at Wellington tnko a
poHHlmlNtlf view of the whole situation.
They hold no hope for nn Increased
tr ndeiUiite beef Mid pork supply for
tho future, but even sny of poultry.
"There Is. therefore, no prospect of In
crease In products of this tins In
irreuter mtlo than the Increase In pop
ulation." We rather think this st:ite
ment shows our Washington iMiultry
proi'tiosf lentors are In tho Weeping
The poultry census on which they
luKe their cliilm docs not fully repre
sent the poultry of the I'ultcd States.
This fan leu' enumeration does not In
clude the millions of fowls and egg
produced In cities, towns and hamlets
of tills country.
It Is restricted to farms mid shows
a poultry popuhition on them of 4SS.
MS..".", I. a viint Increase, ICi s-r rent of
the whole 1 ! ti tl chickens. Tho same
shows farm e'gs Jumped from 1."'.).'!.
ti(;j.4::.l dozen to I..VM.::i.:i71 dozen,
mi Increase from 17 dozen Id 17.3 doz
en per capita mid the per capita this
jeiir Is estimated to reach IS dozen.
Poultry products ull over tho coun
try are 1nTi-:ts!iig. and we believe here
is the solution of the meat deficiency.
Missouri. Iowa. Illinois, Indiana. Ohio.
Ka'iixns and Texas made vast advances
last year and produced .'HI per cent of
tho (Miiillry rop of tho country. If
other states get on the sumo hustle
there will ho chickens and eggs to
Farm hens aro said to lay but sixty
cgg9 per year, and at this rate they
roach 1..V.M.31 1,371 dozen annually.
What a vast Incrense better care or a
better bred hen would make in the egg
crop! There wore D,(mT.753 United
States farms that reported poultry.
Let these anil our professional poultry
men and our town hen men just do
a llttlo better, and tho vast aggregate
of Increase will solve the meat prob
lent In short ordur.
FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS.
It is not Just the cold cash you get
from iMiultry that you count ou the
protit; there's the pleasure also. This
Is well put in tho words of a business
mini and fancier. Said he: "I have
kept fancy poultry now for many years
and they never havo falltsl to pay inc.
Now and then when I havo hud some
doubts as to whether or not tho lu
romo was keeping up with tho outgo,
I would walk down to the hen yards,
look over my best birds, study their
fluo points for an hour or so, then go
back to my otllco and credit the birds
with $.10 on account of personal pleas
ure derived from their ownership. In
this way I have managed to show a
good, safe prollt every year." Add to
this enjoyineut the bealthfulness of the
Pigeon doctors have various remedies
for canker, oud the most successful
seems to bo burnt alum. This Is blown
Into the mouth or throat, where the
affection is located, after the white
patch Is gently removed.'
The department of agriculture, Wash
ington, recently warned housewives
against buying chickens stuffed with
sand. Such swindlers should be hyp
notized with a stuffed club.
Jupan has about nine fowls to the
acre of cultivated ground. The United
States has about half a fowl to the
aero. China and Japun have offset the
shortage in beef production by a large
Increase In poultry production, a trick
this country may well copy. ,
"SONS OF LHIN"
AKKIVE IN LAKE
TRIED GRAINS FOR NORTHWEST.
' Kxi'oiliui nt which hare been con-
Jit' ted during the past ten years at tha
. Hoiifh, Dnkotii experiment station un
der the direction of the United States
department of agriculture have result
I rd In the following recommendations
I ss to heat viirlctlc of wheat, oats and
(From tho Irish Nows) ! barley to grow In the Dnkotas and
Nlnotoeii "Sons of Krln," not on adjoining territory: Whest-Kubanka
of whom Is over 30 years of age, and Jur""'- Hayne bluestem. Ited Fife
hut four of whom are over 21. ar- w""-""h,w n"
I nllfff I In ln floe lists ftim a
rived in Lakevlow last week and ex j a,Hlr)(,t Mnn,.hurla and Odessa; forth.
pect to make this country tholr fu
TIioko who arrived were: Pat
rick leader and Patrick Brown, of
John T. llcrllhy, Mock a, Klngwil
llumstown; Michael Herllhy, Moenti
(luck, Klngwllllamstown ; William
O'Keefo, Tureciiduffo, Klngwllllams
town; Jerry M. Barry, Dan McAulll
fo, of Newmarket; Ben Walsh, Glen
laru, Newmarket; James O'Keefe
Curraduffo, Newmarket; Itlchan.
Tarrant, Coollgh, Newmarket; Tom
Daly, Nod Murphy and Michael Daly
Commoqs, Newmarket; Tim Murphy j
Meelln; Mlko Curtln, Uowells; Kich
.....I I - ........ I I .. 1I.1IIn n. '
mil rvuii'Tuii, r remou 11 1 , n iiiiuiii
Singleton, Cullen; Dan Rahllly
Droiimtarrlffc; Con Oulnoy, Gloun
All appeared to bo strong and
hearty after their long Journey, and
wo wish thorn success In tho "land
of tho free."
central district. Ilanmiieri, and for the
western, (.'nlaml and Marlout. The
department names as the main re
quirements for crop Improvement and
Incrpssed production, better varieties,
better seed, better rotations, better soil
treatment, better tillage and cultiva
tion and more favorable economic con
ditions. Farmers desiring the details
of tho experiments and suggestions
above referred to may secure tbeni
without charge by making application
to the division of publications. United
States department of agriculture,
Washington. D. C. for the bulletin.
"Kxperlments With Wheat, Oats and
Barley In South Dakota."
ED. I II MM AN DEAD
.H HltOTIIKK OF I.. (J. THOMAS
Milvvaid l. Thomas Victim to Acute
TuIktcuIosIn ut Hunitoriuni in
The Urn llanos (Cal.) Enterprise,
Saturday, March 28: Tho commu
nity was shocked lant Saturday af
leruoou as the news was received
here that Kdwnrd D. Thomas had
died In San Francisco. Death oc
u red at 3:10 that afternoon at the
Ituenn Vista Sanltoriiim nt 21 Huena
Vista avenue from acute miliary tn
tierculosls of tlio general or typhlod
lorm. Ho had been ailing for about
three weeks and had been taken to
San Francisco as a last resort but
U'.e Incurable dlseare could ' not be
I 'd ward D. Thomas w as born near
Sacramento on October 14, 1872.
muklug 'his age at his death 41
years, five months and seven days,
lie was tho sou of Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Thomas. His mother died In 1882
ntid his father passed away In 1909.
Ho has lived In different places In
California among them being Wil-
THE MEANEST MAN.
About the meunest man on top of !
God s footstool is the fellow whose
wife has darned his socks, sewed but
tons on and patched bis pants, washed
his dirty duds and got him three meals
a day for nobody knows bow many
years nnd yet who. In spite of all this
labor and service and a whole lot more, 1
keeps her so short of money that she
has to get down on all fours every
time she wants a nickel. Great Caesart
If alio were the (toorest klud of hired
girl imaginable she would get at least
$3 a week and board. But perhaps the
chaps who constitute this tribe think
that the pleasure of their company
cancels the amount of cosh due week
by week and that their wives are really
indebted to them for their clothes.
The only fitting retribution thot comes
to such fellows Is to marry a second
time and have their new wives read 1
tli em the riot act and make them band
vi-r i ue uuuku in large waus. mis
happens quite frequently and is calcu
lated to entertain those who are famil
iar w ith the tightwad tendencies of the
HIGH PRICED TRASH.
With cioVer seed selling on retail
markets at or near $7 a bushel, there
would seem to tie mighty little excuse j
tor any farmer monkeying with cheap
stuff from some other state which is
more than likely to contain the seeds
of many noxious weeds, besides dirt
sand mid trash. The need of giving
this so culled "cheap." yet very ex
pensive, seed a wide berth Is shown
In the analysis made several years ago
by the botanist of one western exierl
mint station. Of 13U samples of this
lmiMirtcd clover seed examined, nearly
every sample was found to be full of
bad weed seeds. Twenty-one of the
samples contained Canada thistle, nlne-ty-elght
contained buckthorn, and ten
contained dodder. One sample con
tained 10.3H1 weed seeds to the nound.
Hams In Colusa county. Redding and - ncUjinK fourteen varieties, besides
Dutch Flat. Ten years ago he locat
ed In Newman nnd was employed for
four year In tho Kane mercantile
ei tabllsment. He then camo to Los
I!;inos nnd entered the employ of
the Miller & Lux department store
and has tho reputation of having
never missed a day. His fellow
clerks say of him that during his
employment they never heard of his
losing his temper, and as a requisi
tion man this Is considered very ex
ceptional. Ho leaves two brothers and four
sisters: L. G. Thomas of Lakevlew,
Oregon, and C. E. Thomas of Col
ville. Wash.; Mrs. Walter Gusha of
Redding, Mrs. William Gerome of
Oakland, Mrs. Jennie McChesney of
Seattle. Wash., and Mrs. C. R. Meins
vt Portland, Oregon. L. G. Thomas.
Mrs. Gusha and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
nnd little son, Raymond, attended
the funerul held here Wednesday af
ternoon. The services were hold under the
auspices of Mountain Brow Lodge,
No. 82, I. O. O. F.. which had charge
at the cemetery, the church services
being at the Methodist Church and
In charge of the pastor, Rev. C. N.
Uenldes the relatives named the
deceased loaves ft widow and two
children Ruth aped 15, and Arthur
The pall bearers were Odd Fel
lowsthree from the Newman lodge
and throe from the Dns Banos lodge
Tho tloral pieces were very numer
ous and beautiful.
dirt and trash. In view of the fact
that from $14 to $10 per bushel was
paid for clover seed that season. It
meant a pretty lofty price for weed
seed and dirt in the showdown. ,
A friend of the writer who Is not far
from t No "eighty" milestone stated the
other day that some years ago be was
atllicted with a severe att-ick of Inflam
matory rheumatism. lie tried all the
doctors in his locality, but without
their being able to render him ma
terial relief. As u last resort he pour
ed some kerosene on some flannel j
cloths and wrap;ed these about his .
knees, keeping them there fur some :
time. He states that this simple treat- i
meut gave him relief and that be has
not suffered from this ailment since.
Of course It Is possible that the treat- j
meut mentioned may not hare bad
anything to do with the relief, but
flannel cloths and kerosene are cheap '
and any one atllicted can prove or dis- !
prove the effectiveness of the cure to ;
his own satisfaction.
l oit Hock Komi Activity
Bond Bulletin: According to For
ost Supervisor M. L. Merrlt the set
tlers In the Fort Rock neighborhood
are showing great interest in the
proposed new road from that dis
trict to Bend and many of "thorn
are already at work on It. The road
will bo especially valuable to the
homesteaders In the northern por
tion of the county who now have to
go south to Fort Rock to get on tho
present road and then turn to the
north again. Under the new plan
they will simply come straight north
through the forest until they strike
the Burns road.
Htomiitit Trouble Cured
Mrs. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, "For some time I suffered
from stomach trouble. I would have
sour stomach and would feel bloated
after eating. Nothing benefitted me
until I got Chamberlain's Tablets.
After taking two bo'ltles of them, I
was cured." For sale by all dealers,
THIS EXAMINER VOR JOB WORK
THE COSTLY RAT.
Where it docs uot freeze In the barn
or stables un effective rat trap may
be made by filling a water pail half full
of chulT and scattering bran over it
with a few kernels of corn on top.
This should lie left for several nights,
a few kernels of com being added as
it U eaten by the rats. When they
havo got used to going to the pail the
chuff should be removed and water put
in Its place. A coaling of bran should
bo placed on top of this, also n few
kernels of corn. The rats wiA come
us before, but will drown, having no
footing. The approach of the rats to
the pall will be made the easier by
placing a board from the floor to tha
top of It.
BEES AND SKUNKS.
The contributor of an eastern paper
who some weeks ago called attention
to the fact that his dwindling hives of
bees were due to the nightly uttacks of
skunks, of which he succeeded in
catching three by setting traps In
front of the hives, seems to bare over
looked the fact that these attacks
could be entirely prevented by putting
a circle of One meshed chicken fencing
around each blve or the entire space
occupied by the hives. It Is a safe as
sumption that the destruction by the
skunks of noxious Insects would rep
resent a mighty good luterest return
on the sum luvested in the fencing.
HOTEL LAKEVIEW Z.J:1?t
ERECTED IN 1900
Samp0 Room Tor Commercial Traveler
Modern Throughout. Flrtt Clam Accommodation
SONGS YOU HAVE HEARD
4 'THAT HYPNOTIZING MAN"
H Y not come in and let us change you
into being a clothes-contented human
Pick out. Lhe Woolen and Style.
We'll put our tailoring WIZARDS to
work, and presto !
You'll have the finest Spring Suit any
man could even wish for.
We are showing a complete line of
LAMM & COMPANY'S Fabrics.
LAKEVIEW TAILORING CO.
Cleaning; Pressing and Repairing
hi I 'i
PORTEOUS DECORATIVE CO.
Above Is mi illustration if our lilth' silrut salesman, h booklet
shon-lnff over l'4 ilitl'vreut snmtles of our Wall lJafers ull in stock
all reaily for delivery. 1'iiees triven on fe Imek of each bm tuple
write for it ire will he platl to semi it to you. We can supply yon
with everything you may ueeil in the Wallpaper, I'aint or Brush
line, ami at prices to please you. tiet your 'arnishes of us; fret
your Paints of us; pet your Wall I'aper. yanitas, ilnrlaps of us.
We ar here to please yon ire are here to inert comjietitioti
opposite I'ost OttUe. MASOMC TlMl'LL, IIESO, SUV ADA
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