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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1906)
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linvcull In relation to tliu rmllt luti
to l ini't wit h liort', that I our ltte
froMt. Yt tlH'Mit, oll watlor It'll u,
nro mfiiilnujy Krowlnjf leu Mlichllng
ivm th country nettli-it up. Thin, In
fact, apix-ar to la pecullarHy ex
HrltntMt In almost nil newly willed
lonilltlo ami In attrllmtalilu liy
many to lint clearliiK off ami plowing
the ground, combined wltli the freed
alluvial pim that coiiiiiiIjikIi) with
and modify the. eht'trlcnl condlllotiH
that obtained at earlier perlodn. lie
this aM It may, I do not axmiiiio to
reason on th.m IIimm I only know
tin clliiiatt) I growing Iomh rlgoroiiM
and It Ik only once In a great while
that fnmtn MTlotiNty Injure our fruit
1'lah Lake Trout will weigh from
to7lliH. and are a flnoflNh. Moun
tain Trout grow from I to 1'J lushes
long and are an palatable, and gamy
ait the epicure or HporlMiuan could
wImIi. Salmon Trout average oliout
nine pound, and HomctlmeM weigh
an much an fifty pound-, and are
plentiful In Hi" tributaries of Klam
Ntock recdlug: Commence about
the tlrNt of January and Mock are
turned out to xklriiilHti for themwl
ve about the 15th of March.
lloiiNlngStock: NotH'k I housed
during the winter except It Ih milch
cow, team horses and young sttick
of small farmerH, and much of that
never get Inside a barn or shelter.
(did Weat her: Generally npeaklng
wo haveonecoM hjk-11 during the win
ter, when the. mercury drop from
ouo to 11 vo degree below cero, this
may b for ono only or It may lust
a many u four or live day thl
doe not occur every winter. Correct
ly HM"aklng, we have about two
mouth of winter weather.
Warm Weather: In July the mer
cury will run up a high a trior 1X1
degree for one or two day, but when
night ?om' you will require the uual
mjuittcr of blanket on your bed.
Instructive Storm or wind: -We
have neither cyclone, hurrlcan or
destructive wlud torm. but Just en
ough wlud to lie healthful and Invig
orating We have occalonally what
I called a thunder hower, aud yet
can a,v It I a very rare thing to
hear dUtlnct thunder or we haip
llghtnlinr, consequently you will not
find a lightning rod In thl county.
Neither do we know of a lnglo caw
of any ierou Indng struck by light
ning In thl county.
Ice: The thickest form In largo
pools of Htlll Water, sometimes a
much a It Inches thick (bo we are
told, but the writer hits never seen It)
the UMiial thick ne put up hero for
summer ue i from six toeight Inches,
and some winters It does not form
thick enough to put up for nil miner
Saloon: Some correponden t
have naked u how It U possible for
ua to make cluliu to a high-toned
and well regulated a condition of o
clety a we do, and at the mime time
support the nntitlier of hhIooiih we
do? In aimwerlng thl question
satisfactorily, It I neceHMiiry that
tho questioner should le somewhat
aciiualnted with the ways of the
people of the I'aclllc coat, In order
that they comprehend tho sltuatlou
a It exist. The fact !, saloon
with us and tho Kasteru people are
two different institution and Boclety
treat these here In a different lltflit,
for herc.the business man be hochurch
member or not, docs not lose caste If
LusInesH takes hi in Into a saloon, so
long as ho does &ot patronize tho
gambling or club rooms, ft they are
called, ho deems his conduct as free
from reproach as was that of Ceas
ar's wife and society deems him so
and treats him as being superior to
and above contamination by such
surroundings. This being a great
stock growing country, many cow
punchers, herders, camp touders, etc.
are employed tho year round, and
they belong of all nationalities and
transient to a great extent, contrlb-
ute largely to the support of the sa
loons, and with all our iloatlng
population It Is a rare thing to see a
drunken man oa our streets.
Secret Orders: Embracing tho A.
i & A. M. and chapter, I. 0. 0. F.
and Itebekahs, Woodmen, and Circle,
Workmen, and Degree of Honor, the
Foresters, tho Kaglcs, are In a flour
Our many mountain stream afford
tho purest and best water, and good
water Is obtulned almost anywhere
by digging or driving from fourteen j
to twenty-four feet.
Tho leert Land Act:-Permits ono
to tako IWO acre or le, and hi wife
can nlo do the same, on tho condl-1
tloti that each will pay 25 cent per:
acre at the time of filing. They will
also lo required to expend labor to
the amount of ouo dollar per aero on
It each year for threo year thl ex
peixllturo to be on the Improvement
of tho pro-rty, such a fencing,
ditching, building or making roer
voir or dlverllug streams onto It,
clearing, plowing, etc. At or beforo
the expiration of the third year each
will pay one dollar more, making a
total of f I.2.1 per acre In cah.
Timber and Mtono Land: Per acre
t'i.M. Ninety day after application
in tint be proved upon and paid for.
One can only take WO acre or le of
thl clan of land; a wife can alo ac
quire title to iheso land.
Homestead: Of 1W acre or le,
cost for filing fid ami adverting
Stage Fare; about 0 ct per mile.
From Madeline to Lakevlew by Stage
ftl.OO. Stage leave Madeline one
evening and arrive at Lakevlew the
The recent discovery of (lold and
Copper deposit mile HoUlll of
Lakevlew, on the divide bctwe.m
Fort Hid well and Pine Creek, and
the discovery of Oold, Silver and (Jul
eua on the mountain near I'alley,
also the fact that highly mineralized
rock I found and exhlhlted by many
herder and vanquero from many of
the Htirroiindlng ranges that almot
make us know that If Micho llud
prove half a rich a reputed. we may
yet find that Lake County ha an
Kldorndo of It own, that only n
walt the advent of iicIuhm of pro
pector, miners, farmers and wide
awake buAlucsH men, who would not
only develop and unearth a mineral
wealth not dreamed of heretofore,
but will hiiHteu the Mople of fur off
localities to come and take a look at
thl land of promise.
Almost every Industry and ocvu
patlon may le pursued here the year
round under our climatic conditions.
Our hill and mountains abound In
autelope, deer aud smaller game;
while our valleys afford a veritable
paradise for geese, ducks, etc.
I.Ike all new countries, -this affords
Inducement not only to tho capital
ist, but to the brainy business man,
the frugal earnest every day laborer,
who, all In their own Hue will devel
op entorplses not now thought of.
We expect at an early date the ad
vent of a rail road, and when this
lccomcs an assured fact, the funeral
knell will 1k rung on ourchenp lands
ami your golden opportunity lost to
profit by the advantages you could
now profit by, in securing a home at
a small outlay.
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I'm, the luckiest man In Arkan
sas," write II. L. Stauley, of Bruno,
"since tho restoration of my wife's
health after (We years of continuous
coughing and bleeding from the lungs;
aud I owe my good fortune to the
world's greatest medicine, Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
which I know from experience will
cure consumptaon If taken in time.
My wife Improved with tho first bot
tle aud twelve bottles completed the
cure." Cures tho worst coughs and
colds or money refunded. At Leo
Ileall druggist. 50c and 1.00. Trial
Irylnflr preparations simply dovel
op dry catarrh they dry up the Becrotious,
which adhere to the nieiubraua und decom
pose, canning a fur more sorious trouble than
the ordiuury form of oatitrrh. Avoid all dry.
lug inhulmits, fumes, smokes aud snuffs
and use that which cloauses, soothes aud
huals. Ely's Cream Halm is suou a remedy
aud will cure catarrh or cold in the head
easily and pleaHantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents. All drug-gluts sell the
Boo. size. Ely Brothers 60 Warren fct., N.Y.
The Halm cures without pain, does not
Irritate or oauBe sueezing. It spreads itself
over an irritated and angry surfaoe, reliev.
ing immediately the paiuf ui intlammution.
With Ely's Cream Halm you aro armsd
against Kasul Catarrh aud Hay Fever.
Chas. W. Moore, a machinist, of
Foid City, l'a., had his baud fright
fully burned in an electrical furnace.
Ho applied llucklen's Arnica Salve
with the usual result: " a quick and
perfect cure." Greatest healer on ea
rth for Hums, Wouuds, Bores, Eczema
and Piles. 25c at Lee Deall Druggist.
Keep off Goose Lake."
"Or use Thornton's Favorite Cream
or chapped and red skin."
AVcCclable Prep Arnlion for As
similating flic Food and Ketfuti
ting the Stomachs and Dowels of
rcRs and Rt Contains neither
fcpr trow orSAKunmxma
Aperfecl Remedy forConslifwi
Hon, Sour Stonwtfh, Diarrhoea
Wor ms .( xinvtilsion ,Kc wn sh
ncss and Lohs OF SLEEP.
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BEGF, MUTTON. PORK, SAUSAOE, ETC.,
..Lakevievv Meat Market..
JOHN WENDELL, Proprietor
-. AT PRESENT LOCATED -
BUILDING NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVicW
Nature's Wondrous Handiwork
Throngh Utah and Colorado
CaMle (late, Canon of (be Grand,
Black Canon, Mrtiall anU Tennei
co l'aasvi. and tbe World-Faaioui
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a Connections made with East and West
bound trains of 8. P. Co.
b Stages to and front Milford, Janesvllle,
0 Stages to and from Standish and Susan
ville, d Stages to aud from Eaglevllle, Cedarvllle,
Fort Bldwell, Adln, Alturas, Lakevlew, and
other points In Oregon.
e Stages to and from Genesee, Tuylorsvllle
f Stages to and from Johnsvtlle, Cromberg,
stock a large assortment of high
grade stationery so that there is
no delay in executing a large order.
i prices will be found to compare
favorably with other prices.
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Washington, D. C.
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Horse brand horse
shoe bar on eithei
or both Jaws. Re
corded in 8 counties
Range, Harnev, Lake and Crook Counties
Honrs vented when sold. Horses sold to pass
through this section will be reported in this
paper. If not so reported, please write or tele
phone The Times Herald, Main 824, Barns, Ore
gon W w Brows, Fife, Ore.
rtsie Mherp Kaarsi la Mod or; Ostaty
Tbe Examiner has for sale one of tb
sbeep ranches in Modoc county, which .
trols the best range in California. It consist
of 560 acrss ail under fence. It Ilea along Pitt
river for 2 miles. Besides other building
there are two houses 1U miles apart. It is an
Ideal sheep rancb. If taken quick it will tx
sold for I6UO0.
wni .in 1 . n ii wnii saii nam m am
RINTING IS AN ART IN
which The Examiner ex-
We have all ihe late
in type and keep in
HANDLING BALKY HORSES.
ttlaslaoas anal Flrmnoaa Hedea1
Break m HaMra.
Conrpnilnjr lalky Iiotbps a corw
IjwndoDt of Rural New Yorker at:
I hara had some experience with al
most ell kinds of borsea, and a hrtlkj
borw I find Ihe most proYoklna; I
hurt erer hnd In my possession.
Tlorflcs are so different In disposition
that It takes a good horseman to nn
tferstand Just bow to handle each ani
mal. In my experience I find that tbe
balky borse has been rpolled by
poor drlrer or by some one who did
not understand bow to handle that
kind of animal, which is usually of
contrary nature. Like some men, tbey
want their own way or no way at alL
I find it best to study the disposition
of the horse, and If I see that be Is a
naturally contrary animal I try all tbe
kindness possible and never lose my
own temper. A good aound thrashing
will do sometimes, but with a natural
ly contrary borse I seldom use a whip,
only to straighten him up, and then
more in the stable than when be Is
When you want bitn to stand oyer,
tell blin so with a firm "Get over;" not
a yell, but so be will know what
you mean, or to back up In the atalL
Use him firmly so he will know that
you mean what you say, and do not
say too much. I use a good blacksnake
whip because I can handle it the best
If I cannot make him do what I
want blm to after several days' train
ing, I take him on a good sod field
plenty of room tie up bis left front
foot firmly with a good strap so that
the foot is up to the body; then I put
a good strap on the right foot Just
above the hoof and over his back; then
I take a firm bold of the strap with the
right hand and at the bit with the left
band, and I tell him to get up, and a
be does so I pull up the foot; down he
goes on both knees. Then la your time
to stay by him. Lton t let go. lie wui
go down on his side if you stay by
him long enough. Then get on his bead
quick and keep him there till he win
lie quiet Let blm up; put him down,
again till you are sure he la under
your control; then if you hitch blm
put no load behind him and put blm
with a good, true horse so be will
learn how to go, but do not use the
whip If possible, and in time with
good firm usage you have a good horse.
The man who tries to break a balky
borse would better break himself of
losing his temper and gather up all the
horse sens'! that he can find In his top
knot then be determined to break the
horse or break himself of his bad hab
its If It takes him a year.
It Is not a question of how much a
ram costs as how much profit he re
turns. Don't house your sheep too closely;
let the mission of the barn be shelter
rather than warmth.
Give the ewes grain simply as a
luxury. High grain feeding is unfa
vorable to a big lamb crop.
Sbeep no more like to eat out of
sour, dirty troughs than the shepherds
like to eat off dirty dishes.
Although the ram may be gentle, it
Is better that he be kept away from
the pregnant ewes. A blow of his head
may mean the loss of one or more
lambs. American Sheep Breeder.
Tail rot does not kill pigs, but may
knock several dollars off tbe market
price of a high bred, fancy hog, says
Farm Progress. This disease Is gener
ally caused by damp or foul bedding
and Is found usually among the first
litters that come. Tbe first thing no
ticed is that when the pigs are four or
five days old their tails begin to crack
open in places. If neglected these
cracks will soon encircle the talL It is
then too late for a remedy, but If the
disease is treated In time the tall can
be saved. Take warm soft water and
castlle soap; bathe the tail well and ap
ply olive oil. Repeat twice daily for
several days, and the trouble will dis
appear. Worms la Ilosra.
Hogs affected with worms In the In
testines run down in condition, become
very thin and lank, back Is arched,
eyes dull, refuse feed, walk stiffly and
appear lifeless. The worms may be
very numerous. In bad cases completely
filling the Intestines. The pigs die if
not treated. To secure the best results
affected hogs should receive individual
treatment Twenty-four hours before
administering treatment very little
feed should be given them. Then give
the following medicine as a drench to
each hundred pound hog; larger or
smaller hogs should receive a dose hi
proportion: Oil of turpentine, four
drams; liquor ferri dialysatus, one-half
dram; raw linseed oil, six ounces. If
necessary repeat the dose in four days.
After worms have been removed glva a
tonic to put the pigs in condition.
Scratches la Ilorae.
First procure some thermofuge. At
night wash the limb with water as hot
as the hand will bear and make quite
dry with a cloth, then apply a thick
paste of the thermofuge and put on a
light bandage over It Take off In the
morning and wash off. Then use a lit
tle carbollzed raw linseed oil on It
Continue until a good healing is made.
Feed largely on wheat bran mashes
and give dally exercise. National
traaarlaa ar Distemper.
Comfortable quarters, good care,
plenty fresh water, moderate feed of
easily digested, nutritious food; a blis
ter to the throat It necessary and little
tonic, as nnx vomica, gentian, eta, U
appetite Is bai Farm and Ranch.