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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1901)
LAKH COUNTY KX niNHR : I.AKEVIKW, ORftlON. JUNH 20. I0I.
fiaKf (Cmmtu OBxaminvr
Published Every Thunulay
BEACH & M'GARREY
iOn Year, $2.00
TERMS: 1 Six Month. 1 .00
(Three Month, 50
LAMM IK W, tMM.O. JIXlC 0. 101.
END OF THE WAR TAX.
With t tit coming July lt tlio finng of
the mar lax will to a Urye extent Ih
cvleluaU'il. On the il a t o named the re
peal of the following taxes will take ef
fect: "Special tax on commercial broker;
Ktamp taxft on Iwnk dx-cks, drafts and
orders for the payment of money at ciht
or on demand (draft ami order for tlie
payment of money otherwise than at
Bight or on demand remain taxable)
certificates of deposit, poetortioe money
orders, promissory notes, inortnaces,
leases, export bills of lading, manifeKts
for custom house entry or clearances of
cargo, powers of attorney, protests, char
ter parties, certificates of profits or certifi
cates showing interest l.i prope ty or
accumulation of companies; warehouse
receipts, telegraphic dispatches, express
receipts (domestic freight bills of lading
remain taxable), policies of inar-nee,
premium chances for marine, inland, tire,
casual) tv, fidelity and guarantee insur
ance ; taxes on telephone messages ;
stamp taxes on medicl proprietary arti
cles, perfumery and cosmetics, chewing
gum and all articles in schedule H. ex
"The tax on legacies for religious, char
itable, literary or educational purposes
was repealed after March 1st, l'AU.
"Taxes will be reduced on and after
July 1, lfOl, on conveyances of real es
tate; passage tickets, ligars, snuff and
tobacco; fermented liquors; foreign dill?
of exchange and foreign money order.
"Additional taxes are imposed on and
after April 1, 1901, viz: Special tax to
dealers in grain securities, etc., doing a
bucket bhop business. and stamp tax on
contracts, agreements, etc., of such dea'-ers."
"Iam Elijah, the prophet, who ap
peared first as Elijah himself, second as
John the Baptist, and w ho now comes in
me, the restorer of all things. Elijah
was a prophet, John w as a preacher, but
1 combine in myself the attributes of
prophet, priest and ruler over men.
Gaze on me, thtn;I s.iy it fi-arle-'cly.
Make the most of it, you wretches in ec
clesiastical garb. I am he that is the
living physical and spiritual embodiment
of Elijah, and my coming to earth a third
time has been prophesied bv.Malaehi, by
God himslf, by his son Jesus, by 1'eter
and three thousand years ago by Mose.
All who believe me to be in very truth
all of this will stand up." And over 3,
OuU people rose to their feet and greeted
the blasphemous declaration with cheers
and handclapping, as it was uttered
from a Chicago platform recently ly
John Alexander Dow ie, the Zionite, says
the Asl l.ind Tidings. As was to have
been expected, this heaven-sent messen
ger of the covenant was not long in de
livering his principal message and mak
ing that message an appeal for funds.
At every meeting he has conducted he
always has brought his tears and bis
threats of the culminating appeal of the
contribution dox. Llowie is a thrifty
prophet and Zionite and is repu'el
millionaire, yet his converts and shekels
are both said to be increasing.
The opinion has been given by sound
authority that ex-clerk Davis of the
(State School Land Hoard cannot be suc
cessfully prosecuted for his embezzle
ment of $31,000 of the state's money,
and that the state has no chance of re
covering the amount, or any portion
thereof, in an action against the ex
official who com posed the Hoard of School
Land Commissioneri. The htatute of
limitation saves the thief and the Hoard,
and loses to the state.
A sweet girl graduate thus liescribes
the manner in w hich a goat butted a boy
out of the front yard in the near neigh
borhood : "He burled the previous end
of anatomy against the boy's afterward
with an eagerness and velocity which,
backed by the goat's avoirdupois, im
parted a momentum that was not relax
ed until the instigator was landed on
terra firma, beyond the pale of the goat's
The New York postollice says there is
no such firm as tho Empire Knitting
Mills, says the Canyon City Eagle.
Some of our exchanges have been inno
cently advertising this firm's goods, and
tio doubt many persons have loHt all the
money they have sent them. The sure
r"ud to follow in purchasing is to deal
with your home merchants, whom you
know are all right.
Something That the Peo
ple of Goose Lake Val
ley Should Con
By O. J. Vhw of Lraioert. Cal.
The creamery is the result of the tend
en.yof industries to run into special
lines, and is a great U-netit in stimulat.
ing product ion, ami improving the qual
ity of butter. The creamery is a cr
maneut instil ut ion. It is too conven
ient and profitable to 1h discarded. It is
the correct way of making good butter.
Necessity has prompted many changes
in various branches of ariculltne. Htid
the creamery is the result of a demand
for U'tter methods than formerly exist
ed. Its success is guaranteed, as is shown
by rapid increase of creameries all over
the country. It is an inisirtant factor
in our national prosperity. Strike out
dairying, and agriculture would be para- j
lyied. To the creamery is largely due
the increased value of farm property.
It is a regular and certain source of in
come to the patrons. They know that
their money is ready for them at the end
of every mouth, enabling them to make
the necestarv improreinents on their
ranches and buildings. New buildings
and improved implements are the direct
result of a creamery in the neighlor
homl. Farmers have learned that grain rais
ing is no longer profitable. Continual
cropping of cereals has removed the
plant less! necessary for the growth of
those crops, to sucti an extent that their
icld has veiy much diminished. No
matter how fertile land may le. thecon
tinuiil growing of one kiml of crop ex
cept alfalfa will exhaust it unnecessar
ily. A rotation is necessary, except
when allalfa is grow n. With the ready
gale of milk at thecreamery, the rancher
is not put to the expense of plowing his
land, planting a new crop annually, for
once well established, an alfalfa held is
g'xsl for many years. Nothing is needed
hut to harvest the crop, convert into
milk and reap the lienetit, One need on
ly go into localities where creameries
have been eslablishe 1 for several years
to learn their value, ami the benefits ac
cruing to the patrons. It brings money
into the community and the people pros
er. With prosperity comes the laudable am
bition to excel in the prolits to be obtain
ed from a held. With a creamery near
by, and a good price realized for the
milk, there is a tendency to keep more
cows, ami raise more calves and pigs
irom the skimmilk. Ins ead of keeping
only a few cows, and giving them but in
different care, the rancher find there is
money in the business, and in a short
time will te found with a large herd and
giving them better care. lie finds it
worth while to give it proper attention.
He makes a business A it, and succeeds.
The building of a creamery obviates
the necessity for home huttertnaking,
which in turn relieves the housewife
from much arduous ami unnecessary
labor. One operator in a well-arranged
creamery can make five hundred pounds
of butter in the same tune and with less
expenditure of muscle than the house
wile can make fifty pounds. He is sup
plied with the latest and most improved
labor-saving appliances, while she is not.
The creamery not only makes butter
much cheaper, but it makes an article
that is vastly superior to most of the
ho lie-made butter. JSecause of its bet
ter quality, it brings nearly, or quite,
double the price. Here is a decided
gain both ways; in the lessened cost of
production, and in the increased price
realized. The value of the raw material
miik may be the same in both cases,
but the enhanced value of the creamery
product is the result of better facilities,
improved machinery ami a more scien
tific handling of the milk, (ream and
butter. Hy reason of its capacity and
skillfull management, the creamery can
produce a more uniform product, ami
because of it uniformity it commands a
better market. It would be impossible
to have a hundred pounds of butter
made at ten different places and have it
uniform in color, salt and flavor, but in
a creamery, where it is all handled alike,
it does not vary in the essential qualities
necessary to its bringing the top price.
"A few months ago, food which I ate
for breakfast would not remain on my
stomach for half an hour J used one
bottle of your Kodol Dysepsia Cure and
can now eat my breakfast and other
meals with relish and my food is thor
oughly digested. Nothing equals Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure for stomach troubles.'
ii. K. l'itt's, Arlington Tex. Kodol Dys-s-psia
Cure digests what you eat. Lake
view Drug Co. Tl
GENTS PURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, inc., AND OP GOOD PLACES
TO BUY THEM, OUR STORE IS SURE TO
HE PAVORABLY MENTIONED.
We have the newest Spring Cloth
ing:, Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Etc.,
AND WE WANT TO SEE YOU AMONG OUR
EARLY CALLERS, TO GET YOUR CHOICE.
...Complete line of Tin and Agate Ware...
H1C1ROTHE & COi, THE tEADING MERCHANTS OF LAKE COUNTY.
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4 Al work in my line fully
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Whorton & Barnes
to the trade carried
hnij Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Goods, Etc.
Hot and Cold Baths
Oil door Mouth of II A IV H
T M llanitlry
MKEV1EW - - HILL
Wln Mlrr-I, Ijikrvlrn
GONTRAOTINO Sc XXT7XX.X3X3VO-
Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Window and
Door Casings, Eurniturc made to order
Write us for estimates
on all kinds contract
work and material
BEEHIVES MADE TO YOUR ORDER
MANDLEY c CLENDENEN
S. F. Ahlstrom
& Mar.. f I.
t KecojcnizeU as the Itest Vaquero SnJdlfl J
t Wagon and Huy HarnesH. Whips, IIoIk-h, Kcalas,
HitH, S)iirs, QuirtH, HokcHom, Hie. -i- .q. .j.
t Hoairin; of all kindw, by coinjiclcnt men -a. .
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