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ALL OIIK UHADV.Un
l'niiill.v liquors nt I'oMt & King, it
Ftm pli'M i f tin) lH'tmlHun Hlilpplntf
tiRH at Tho Kxiitiilncr ofllee. All
alw ii til iinlltl'H, from Manila to
WANTI'.K: 10 nun In each ntite
to travel, iot Mtifiix, advertlne ami
leave ffitiipti'M of our koikIm. Hillary
7.V00 jer month, f :i.H) per dny for
rxiMiim-H. JtOYAL SUPPLY CO.;
Ihpt. W, Allan niock.Clilcnjto. W2-
Tim F.auiiilncr hit received ft new
ianiilit liook of tlio Wall Ntreet Urn
of engrti vcd certlnonteii of to-U and
bond IiImiiUh, tho moat np-tn-ilato on
tin market, t'neil ami endorsed by
tlio lenihmr tlnanclern of America.
Copyrighted. Call ami see tlwm If
you need anything In llils line, 1f
l( You are not Particular
don't travel over the Illinois Central,
a any old rml ill io you ami wo donl
want your patronage; Imt if you are
jmrtii nliir sud want the lel ami mean
to havo H, auk the ticket agent to route
you via tl.o ILLINOIS CKNTUAL, the
road tlmt run through solid vestibule
train between rU.Paul, Omaha, CliieaHo,
Ft.I-oiilH, Memphis, and New Orleans.
No addiliotiul charge Is made for a sest
In our reclining chair csr which are
fitted with liivalorien and Rinocklng
room, ami have a rter in ltendnre.
Itutc .via tl.o ILLINOIS CKNTUAL
are the lowed and will he glad to
quote them iu connection with any
15. II. Truinhull, Cotnrnrriial Agent,
142 Third Street, Portland Ore.
J. C. Lin.Uey, T. V. A P. A., H2
Third Street, Portland, Ore.
Paul It. Tlmn.pn. Frt. A PiiHwngcr
AKent, Colman Ildg., Seattle, VhIi.
We print township plain. tf
Mining blank at the Kxnmlncr
lutcli lunch at tlio llrewery Sa
Orrmun Hox, Felts and Overshoe
of nil klnda at Luke view Mcr. Co.
The Kxanilncr print townnMp plat,
and make them into Ixxtk to order, tf
I'oat A King have the lt grade
of liquors and Hgfira to bo' found in
Itlank for final proof, Ileccrt proof,
tlmher land final proof and htank ifl
davit for application for readvertise
merit, Monk witne affidavit, etc. at
The Kxauilner ofli . tf
We have a full net of Mywdl-Itollliia
& Co'h., HitmpleH of Stock Certificate
and bund, with price lint. If you
nrn orgiuilln atock company get
our prices on t ecrtllli-ntcH. tf
We are now prepared to aell several
tract of land at price that will startle
you, especially if you are acquainted
with the location. Wo have land all the
way from f 1,50 per aero up to 15; un
improved or Improved, to unit the
purcham-r. IaVo County Kxamlner.t
Xe a wimple of the, Pacific: inontly
at thin office, and you will not henl
tnte to pay ?2.r0 for a year's ul
aclptlon to Tlie Dxnmlner and that
valuuMe Mayiw.lm published In port
C. K. IjuvelcH InvlteM the public to
tdinrc their pat milage with him at
the Koutli Lakeview Feed and Livery
Stahle. He guarantees god treat
ment to till tork left In IiIh can', ami
prupown to feed good hay ami plenty
of It. 39-tf
IJewnre of Ointments for Cattarrhi ,, , , aa
I aiuwrM, have yor out tor wrap
That Contain Mercury ! p,.rH printed at The Kxamlne ofrlee,
an mercury will eur-cly dentr.-y the j nwny fo
wiiho tf Ktnell and ompletoly derange
the whole Mti-m when entering lt
throiiuh the invcoiiH Mirface. Such'
I You kep your money at home, and
ortleli-H nhould never 1m uwd except
patronize them that patronize you,
(cMtdcM, you hod what you are get
ting ami don't have to pay for It If
- t. f...... .......I ..I.!..
on pr. m r., ..,., .. ,.. u (,u.i,.t H),t yoK j,
alchniH, untile IatnaKe tliey will lo
Iri ten fold to the good yoiicait ponnl
Idy derive from them. IlaH'a Cat
nrrah Cure, manufart nreil hy F.J.
Cheney A Co., Toledo, ., con (n Inn
no mercury, and Im taken Internally,
acting direct ly .upoti tlK Mooil ami
imicotiH htnf.t-H of the yHtcni. In
buying HiiII'm CatarrhCure Ih hiire
you get the giMiulne. It Im taken In
ternally and made In Toledo, Ohio,
by F. .1. Cheney A Co. ToHtlmoiilalH
Sold hy lrugnUtH. Price 7.'c. per
Take llall'K Family Pill for constipation.
The Illinois Central
iiuiintaiiiM unexcelled acrvice from the
Went to the F.uxt and South. Making
cIoho counei'tioii with trains of all
traiiHcoiitiiiental linen, pHHtHinyers are
given their choice of route io (hicimo
Ixiuixville, Meuiphi and Nt-w Orleans,
and through thewe point to the fur
Prospective traveler doficiiig in for
mation a to the lowet rate and heat
route are invited to rorrevpond with
the following representatives.
11. II. Trunihull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J. C. Lindey, Trav Passenger
Agent, 142 Third at., Portland, i)re.
Paul It. Thompaon Paaaenger -agent
Colman Ituilding .Seattle It'atdi.
WANTKD: Two men in oarh
county to represent and advertlne
Hardwire liepartmeut, put out
MamplcH of our goodH, etc. Travel
ing Position fr Olllce Manager. Sal-
K. K. 1 mefmtr s. W. Ma
lhevlw, fr , f.akevUw, Ore
LAKE COUNTY BISIMSS MENS'
DtVLlOi MLNT LLAGtC
If you wih Inlormation aloti
Lako County, Oregon addroHB eith
er of tlio above gentlemen, who will
lo pleated to reply.
H. CCMURCM DIRECTORY.
Plan of aeivice of Paator of the M. K
Church, Lakeview. lt and 3rd Sun
day of each month.
Ilcthel at 11 a. m., ami New Pine
Creek at 7 p. m., 2nd and 4th Sundays
of each month.
lakeview at 11 a. rn., and 7 p. m,
Prayer meeting Thursday 7 p.m. 6tt
Hundny Union School linuae at 11 a. rn.
takeview at 7 p. in. You are cordially
invited to all the service.
HroKD SffvmcR, Pator.
S. F. AHLSTROM,
WANTKI: by Chicago wholesale and
mail order house, assistant manager
( man or woman) for thi county and
adjoinl nn territory. Salary (20 and ex
pense paid weekly; expense money ad
vanced: Work pleasant ; position per
manent. No investment or experience
rcpuired. Write at once for full partic
ular and enclose self-addressed envel
ope. UUUi'KK & CO.,
11-50 7 132 Lake St., Chicago, III.
With t tie Juno nu in U r will In'gln
The Pacific Monthly'a wrlea of ajM-c-hil
edition for the year IfKT. They
will comprint iiuiiiIkt for Portland,
for Seattle, for Southern California,
for Kan Franclro and tlie nouvenir
numlMTof the I-owIh and Clark I-x-poMlilon,
alno a Hpeclal automohlle
tinmlKT. Tlio nrtlck-M jf I)r. Wolf
von Schlcrbraml, nix In nurnU-r on
"The Coming Supremacy of the Pa
cific" are. ulao promlHod, and the
platiHContemplated by the pulflUhert
will, without qtieHtlon, phic The
Pacific Monthly far iu advance, not
only of preMont competitors, but alno
Into the unreachable clax of porlod-
Ical literature on the Pacific Cooat.
The Pacific Monthly in Hold to regu
lar ttubwrllKTH at the extremely low
price of $1 a year. We have made
an Arrangement with the publisher
by which we are able to offer It in
connection with The Lake County
KxHiniuer, (both Publications), to
new nubcrller, and old onen who
pay up any back tmbHcrlptlou they
The best Vraquero sad
la tile on tlie market.
& AIho a coinpletelltieof wagon
and buggy harneaa, whlpx,
4 rolx-a rlataa, blta, opura
4 oulrta, rowtteH, In fact every
thing In the lino of carriage
and borne furtilrdilnga. Ite
A pairing by competent men.
mi J i
tt - Jgy: J-S!1 n flfffll "T1
"!,' ,, ,,, r I"""M i . " ? I may owe nnd a year In advance, for
III tail lira n I'lini ill li'l rii i
We furnlidi everything.
Tin: coLCMuiA norsi:.
lcpt.!10, Moiiou, P.blg.
"Lost on (loose Lake."
That which wna lont wan, "two
mifl cheekH iind two Hoft haudri.
Thoruton'H Favorite Cream for
the very low priee of f 2.50 a year, tf
The Yellow Fever Germ
ha recently been diwoveretl
I h' in n a cIohc ret-einl'lnnce to the mal
aria germ. To free the eyateiu from
liHoaHe gerKiH, the most effective rem
edy in Ir. Klng'H New Life Pilla.
Ounrnntccd to euro ail dlHcaws d'te
to malaria poinon nnd constipation
25c. at Ia-o IWallV lrng Slore.
Ilenrrt Ijind final lrr.
United Statea Lund Office, Lake
view, Oregon, Deceuider 2S, 1905.
Notice la Itereby given that Mary L.
K llgore, of f angell Valley, Or., Laa
illed notice of Intention to make prof
.on hlri tlenert-land claim No 419, for
tho NWj;, 8M'XNX. N3EJ4', See. 33,
And NWSW, Kec. 01. T. 40 8..U.
H K. W. M.
Hefore Iteglater aitd Receiver at Lake
view, Oregon, on ftuturday.tho 10th
day of rebriuiry, 1800.
lie names tho following wltneaaes
to prove tho complete Irrigation und
reclamation of said land: W, A. Dun
an of Langell Valley, Oregon.E. 8.
Tull of Vlatlllna, Oregon, A. B. Tull
of vlHtlllaa, Oregon, Henry I'Hjs, of
1 J. N, Watson, Iteglater.
!tire for I'ubllratlon.
Ikcpartmentof the Interior. Land Of
fice at Lakeview, Oregon, Jan. 24, VMM',.
NOTICE i hereby Riven that the fob
lowing-named settler ha tiled notice of
hi intention to taake final proof in sup
port of hie claim, and that eaid proof
w ill be made before Register and Re
ceiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on the 9th
day of March 1906, viz:
David E. Henderson, If. E. No.
2151, for the KEJ NEi and NEJ SE
Sec 25, Tp. 40 8., It. 20 X. W. M.
Ho names tho following witnesses
to prove Ida continuous residence
upon audcultlvatlonofanld land, viz:
Silas J. Studley, Edward C. Trus
ton, Thomas H. McGrMh, George I
McOrath, all of Lakeview, Oregon.
J. N. Uatson, Register. 5
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The Dairy tnd Msp
ERLXTED IN 1900
Raw Handle h RrtMkr
When a aow 1tic lncorrlRibl
nmifllly the wlet ronraa la to fntttn
and wild tier to market, write IL I
Ih'nn In National Workman. Tbeterul-enr-y
1 for tlie rent of the liord t ctn
trai't tbe annie liaMt. Unt It 1 ofli-n
the caae tbat tlie troublesome ow l
Die most prolific and tbe best mother
of the bunch. Her tinuatinl rltaUty
, rxort ltN4-lf In mishit f as well as tlia
( ronrlwr of offuprlng. The troublesome
J saw imually Uvea better than the rest,
J for ube La hT ahnre. ami ahe fcr-t na
miK'b more as abe ran. It la tbounlit
to te a wate of time to attempt to
curb a vicious bow. However, tbera
are occasions when we very much
want to do o.
The breachy aow at the first may bo
tamed by keeping her for a time In a
stroiiij lnclosure until he loses her
courage, no to apeak. Every hog raiser
ahould have a yard or building especial
ly adopted for this purpose and from
which no animal can possibly escape.
This habit If taken In time can be over
tome In this way: If the habit Is fixed
draw her ears down close over her
eye and f us ten together with wires.
Use a piece of leather or robber if th
ear are erect and cannot be overlap
ped when drawn down over the eyea
and attach tbe name with wire as be
fore. Tlie purpose hi to exclude as
much light as possible. This device
will be a hindrance to the chicken,
cbamr. If you have a sow so vicious
In forcing liK-losures and eating chick
ens as to be past redemption la the
ordinary sense try this: Fasten her
ears over the eyes as described, then
wire a light ring three Inches In diam
eter firmly to her snout. This Is a
drastic measure nnd should not be
used except in extreme cases. If prop
erly uoue she will not eat chickens or
acale fence-t. and her meekness of de
meanor will be remarkable.
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
? F.E.HARRIS. E.N.JAQU1SH
HARRIS & JAQUISH
? LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
- - - - m
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
JUST OPENED. OOOD5 AR
RIVING ALL THE TIME.
Snider Building on Water St.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
Truth About ormaas.
The live, of ti. " :d Norman as ap
plied to tlie drill Ii e h is been com
mon iu the :e i : .. t .4 for over half
a centurj'- Tb:s ilr.e l.i.gely to the
far-t that ciriy !.;) r:er ) g.ire thut
name t: lr:;fi Ii-r -i l.r.ugl.t ovec
from Xormnu.iy, i'r:mre. ll-wever
there is no sut.-li liree i i.i FrdL.-e, and
the use of the w.j. i li lncurrw-L The
Percheron Is a (i; '.'met breed and is.
so regnrded by the French government
and is protected by tlie government
and a stud Ixoii asxx-iation. There are.
several other distinct draft breeds la
France, as the Itoulounais, Breton, Pi
enrdy and I'oiton, but there Is no Nor
man breed. Most of the horses brought
to America from France of the draft
sort are Fercherous, but they are very
ofteu carelessly referred to as Nor
mans or rercheron-Normans. Horses
of tlie draft sort that are from France,
but are not l'ercherons, may be regis
tered in the French draft stud book of
this country, but not In the Percheroa
stud book. Professor Plumb, Ohio Station.
FEEDING THE STOCK
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When you wean the colt gire him
plenty of oats, and he will go through
all right, but no other grain will taka
the place of oats.
Fnltrnina- Hoaa on Cottoaaeed Meal.
In fattening hogs on cottonseed meal,
says Farm and Kanch, don't add any
wheat bran, but corn chops will be ab
solutely necessary. The wheat bran is
too filling In Its effect and not rich;
enough In nourishing material for fat-
j teuiug hogs. Use one part of cotton
seed meal to four parts of corn chops,
well soured, and give as a thin slop.
Wheat Bran Uood For Foala.
Bran Is very suitable as a supple
mentary concentrated food for weaned
foals and young horses, says Farm
Progress. There Is nothing better thaa
a little bran for mixing with the crush
ed oats when foals afe being brought
on to solid food, bran being easily di
gested by a foal when the latter is able
to deal with solid food. In the case of
sick horses and those that are conva
lescent the inclusion of some bran la
their diet proves very beneficial. Oa
account of Its palatabillty bran tempts
the appetite of sick horses more easily
than other dry foods.
Ration Fo the Ilorae.
From ten to twelve pounds of oats;
divided into three feeds, should be suffi
cient concentrates for the carriage horse
for one day's feeding, says Farm Jour
nal. From ten to twelve pounds of hay
should be allowed In order to bring tbe
total weight of the ration within the
limit of twenty to twenty-two nounda.
Bran mashes, fed once or twice a week
Lave a cooling effect upon the system
an or uie nay may be cut and mois
tened before feeding, 4he remainder be
ing red long, as the carriage horse has.
plenty of time for masticating his food
Roorhaa-e For Horses. ,
Fodder corn, thickly grown, so thaf
only small nubbins form, and cured so
there is no dust, la one of the best
kinds of roughage for horse feeding.
For stallions, idle horses, brood mares
nd growing colts corn forage of good
quality, cured right, Is one of the very
beat and most economical substitutes
for timothy hay. Farm Journal.
Feed Far Fattening- Lamb. ' lj
Dry corn gives better results than
soaked corn for sheep, owing to tbs
better secretion of saliva In eatlna tha
dry grain. Oats prove a satisfactory
ration when given to fattening lambs,
but it requires about 25 per cent more
oats than corn for a given gain- H
requires about twice as much corn as
bran for lambs. Boots should ba fed
In combination with grain. A ratloa
of equal parts corn and oats or two
parts oats to one of corn, fed with
roots, la an economical ration for fat
tentng lambs. ,