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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1906)
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All. OUR IfCADIRS
1'iiiiiII,v llipKirH nt I'oxt A Kings, tl
Wo have a lull net of Myxi'll-llolllim
A Cu'm., KiiinpIt'M of Htoch Certificate
and bonds, with price lint. If you
urn organising a nines compiiny get
our prlct'H on stock certificates. If
WANTLD: 10 men In each utato
to travel, post signs, advcrtlso and
leave sample of our goods. Hillary
f7.").(K) i-r month. f '1.00 per day for
expends. ItOYAL SUPPLY CO.;
Ih-pt. W, Allan p.lock, Chicago. Wl'2-
Tlio Kxatnlncr haw received a new
HMinpIo Look of tln Wall Street line
of engraved certificates of slock ami
bond blanks, the moMt up-to-date on
the market. I'sed ami endorsed by
the leading financiers of America.
Copyrighted. ('n" ftl"' H,' "
yon need anything In thin line, tf
M'ANTJ'.O; Two men In 'rh eoii
nly to represent ami advertise Hard
ware department, put out Mump)
of our goods, etc. Traveling Posit
loti or Olllce Manager. Salary fW mt
month, cash weekly, wit h all expenses
pnll In alviitir We furiilHh every
Tin Columbia House
Dept. till), T.M ".th Avo Chicago, III
WANTKI): Two men In each
county to represent anl advertise
llanlwi re Hcpartmetit, put out
samples of our goods, etc. Travel
ing I'ohMIoii or OHW-e Manager. Sal
ary t'Ht'H) per month cash weekly,
with all cxh-iih4 H pal'l In advance.
We furnlHh everything.
Dept. CIO, ..iim, I'.ldg.
The Illinois Central
maintains unexcelled service from the
Went to the I'.iiBt nn! Mouth. Making
clone connections willi trains of all
transcontinental linen, passengers are
given their choice of route to (hit'SKO
Ixiuisville, Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these point to the far
Prospective traveler desiring Infor
mation as to the lowest rates and lmt
route, are invited to correHKnd with
the following representative.
II. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J. C. Llndaey, Trav Passenger
Agent, H2 Third St.. Portland, Ore.
1'aul It. Thompson Passenger Agent
Colu.an I'.uilding .Seattle HaMi.
We print township plat,
iMitcli lunch at
blanks at tho 1'xaminer
II. K. I mit W. Ma ell
lakrvltw, Ori ah e lew, Ore
LAKE COUNTY BUSINESS MENS'
DEVELOPMENT I EAGLE
If you wish Information abou
Lake County, Oregon B'Mrc" wili
er of the alwvo gentleman, who will
l pleased to reply.
Popular and Picturesque.
The only thing Decennary to make the
Denver and Kio Grande tho mot po
ular, a it ha ever been known the
most pleasant and moat picturesque
way to cross the continent, has come
alKiut. This is tlio establishment
through slcepinucsr service.
In connection with the O. H. a
through Pullman Standard Sleeper is
now run from Portland to Denver, loav
Ing Portland at 8..'. p. in., arriving at
K..lt I.hUo at 8-0 a. m. the second
morning, leaving Fait I.ake at 3..r0 p
m. and arriving at IH-nver 4.20 p. m. the
following day. This schedule gives pas
nniiT seven hours stop-over in Salt
Lake, affording an opportunity to visit
the Mormon C'apitBl as well as a day
light ride through the grandest scenery
in the world.
For ruHervatiou in this car and for il
lustrated booklets picturing the scenery
contiguous to tho Denver & Klo Grande,
proving it to bf the Scenic Line of the
World," wiite to V. C. AKUride, Gen
eral Agent, 124 Third street, Portland.
Dutch lunch lit the llrewcry Ma
Pnmple of tho DeiinlMon nhlppliiK
Iiirh at Tho Kxiimlner olllre. All
nIwm and iualltleM, from Manila to
Look at tlio (lencriptlou of the land
liMted with The I'.xaminer this week for
mill), and select your piece before it has
U-en sold to some one e' tf
Itlnnk for final proofi, Dewrt proofs,
timber land final proof and blank afll
davit for applications for readvertise-
uients, bhink nitpes' affldavits, etc. at
J he hxamlucr olll e. tl
There Im.Iwo wnya to tell a Rood
cltrnr; one Ih to buy it, pay your
uiouiiv ami xmokelt. Hut the Ix-tter
way In to know that it Ih an Kalo
or a Mountain Homo, which Ih iiIiho
lute proof of Itn (fenulnencHM,
Made ami for wait by A. Storkman,
at the clar factory. If
We are now prepared to sell several
trncts of land at prices that will startle
you, eX)daIly if you are acquainted
with the location. We have land all the
way from 1.W) per acre up to f!5; nn
Improve! or Improved, to suit the
purchaser. lke County Kxaminer.t
See a nample of th PncKIc inontly
at thin odlce, ami you will not IicmI
tate to pay 2..V) for a year'n hu
Hclpt lon to The ICxamlner ami that
valuable Maynxine publlHhed In Port
1'ariniTH, have yor butter wrap
pern printed at The Kxamlne otllce,
liiMtead of wilding away for them.
You ki'p your money at home, and
patronize them that patronize you,
boHldeM, you we what yon are et
tlnK and don't have to puy for It If
It iloeHn't Hult you. tf
A Mountain of Gold
H. n.CIIURCM DIRECTORY.
Plan of sei vice of Pastor of the M. K
Church, Lukeviow. 1st and 3rd Huti
iyn of each month.
lielhel at 11 a. m., and New Pine
t'rct k at 7 p. m., 2nd and 4lh Knridays
of each month.
Lakeview at 11 a. in., and 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7 p.m. oth
Snndny Union Hchool House at 11 a. m.
Itkeview at 7 p. in. You are cordially
invited to nil the service.
H ampohij Hkviikh, Pastor.
Notice Co Public.
No person or persons are allowed to
troHpUHS or proHpect on Hcctlon 'V),
township 48, North, Kango 15, Went,
on tho California Hide? of tho Iloiiyne
Mining DiHtrict, without flrxt getting
written pcrinlrtHion and making con
tract with J. Monroe Iiymnu, Port
l!ilwell, California. Any one doing
so without written authority will I
J. Monroe Layman, I'J Zl
S. F. AMLSTROM,
could not brine an much hnpplneHtt to
Mm. Lucia W like, of Caroline, Win.,
na did one 2."c box of Bucklln'a Arnica
..)... I. n.......l..,..1.. n tttr
' . pay up any bnck Bubwcrlptlon they
iimir rnirs mi lnr leir. which liad tor-I rf
t.ir,..l l.crfr .t lonir venrn. Oreateat ! nm" owo aud S advance, for
With t lie June iiuiuIkt will bcln
The Pnx.'IDc Monthly'n aCrleM of apc
hiledltlonn for tho year 190.". They
win comprlwa nuinlier for Portland,
for Seattle, for Southern Culifonila,
for Man KranclHco and the Mourenir
nuinlK-r of the IewU and (lark Lx
poaltlon, alno a Hp-clal automobile
numlxT. The artlcleM of Dr. Wolf
von Schlerbrand, hIx In numlxT on
"The Coming Supremacy of the Pa
cific" are alHo promlned, und the
plans contemplated by the publiHhers
will, without queatlon, place The
Pacific Monthly far In advance, not
only of prewnteomnetitorH, but alno
Into the unreachable clans of jerlod
leal literature on tho Pacific Coast,
The Pacific Monthly is Mold to regu
lar HubHcrllK-rs at the extremely low
price of $ 1 a year. We have made
an arrangement with the publishers
by which we are able to offer It In
connection with The Lake County
Examiner, (both Publications), to
new Bubscrllrs, and old ones who
q The hest Vaijiu-ros-'d.
tile on the market.
& AIho a cornjdetellneof wagon
and buggy liarness, whlpv
4 rot s rlatas, bits, ppurs
iiulrts, row:ttcs, In fact every
thing In the line of carriage
and horse furnlshlngh. lie
pairing by cotnpetmt men.
i hi . J s ; .
THE STABLE PROBLEM.
antlm-pllc healer of Piles, Wounds,
and Sores. 2."c at I.ee Itcall's Drug
tho very low price of 2.50 a year, tf
If You are not Particular
don't travel over the Illinois Central,
any old road will do you and we dont
want your patronage; but if you are
particular and want the best and mean
to have it, ask tho ticket agent to route
you via tho ILLINOIS CENTRAL, the
road that runs through solid vestibule
trains between PtTaul, Omaha, Chicago,
St.Louls, Memphis, and New Orleans.
No additional charge ii made for a seat
In our reclining chair cars which are
fitted with lavatories and smocking
rooms, and havo a porter in attendance.
Kates via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
are the lowest and we will be glad to
quote them lu connection with any
B. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third Street, Portland Ore.
J. C. Lindsey, T. F. & P. A.., 142
Third Btreot, Portland, Ore.
Taul I. Thompson, Frt. A'Passenger
Agent, Col man Bldg., Seattle, Wash. ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warren St.. Naw York.
If you contemplate a trip east call
on or write to us at Ileno. Should
you have friends coming from the
cast you can get information regard
Ing rates, routes, etc., which will lie
to their advantuge and comfort. If
you wish you can deposit cost of
ticket with us for their passage and
tickets will be furnished them at
their eastern homes. This oflice is
with you anil responsible, which
should be an Inducement to commu
ntcnto with us rather than with those
In other cities.
II. L. Griffith, Agent, So. Puc. Co
J. M. Fulton. District Passenger
Agent, Southern Paclllu Co., lleno,
Ely's Cream Balm
J his Remedy la a Specific,
ure to Clvo Satisfaction.
QIVIS RELIEF AT ONCE.
It clonnHCH, soothes, Louis, and protects the
diHoased membrane. It cures Cutarrh and
drives away a Cold in the Uoad quickly.
ItuHtores the Houses of Ta-ste and HmelL
Kusy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Appliud into tuo nostrils and absorbed.
Large Size, CO cents at Druggists or by
mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mai..
Sugar-coated, easy to take,
mild in action. I hey cure
W.nt your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
Thm Leading Paper of the
Th San Frandsco
The Weekly Chronicle
Ths vary bast wok)y Newspaper
publish la th astir Wst
$1.50 a Year
Inrlodinc mltn la so? trt of th
Lulud Cauda aud fclatlco.
It Is beat bacauae. besldei
printing all tha news o( the world
each week In an Interesting way
and fully Illustrating many
articles. It has special depart
ments devoted to
These are presided erer by
editors having a thorough knowl
edge of their speolaltles. The
pages devoted to Agriculture.
Horticulture, Poultry and Live
Stoek are well Illustrated and
filled with matter of th greatest
Interest to all angaged la these
Industries, every Has blag
writton by those who are In elosi
touch with oo n ditto as prevailing
on this Coast.
SEND FOR SAMPLE COPT.
It will be seat tree.
Do yos waot tha Chroedel
Showing th Usit4 Stat, D
minion of Canada a4 Nortbera
Mexloo oa om sMo, MAP OF
THE WORLD, preecatlng t Ttow
la eo oatlawewa a&ap, wltk all
areas ta tree preportloo. th a
Br surfao of h Earth m tha
Sa4 $3 aasl g4 tfta Map ass!
Kbg precMtU ea VU$ ami
The Dairy tnd ttep
aVaAi I ti wmU
Only ta5 a Ytaf
m. n. roam,
ERECTED IN 1900
SeomaKow LIQHT & HARROW, Proprietors
Lakeview Furniture Store
E. N. JAQUISH, Proprieto.
Snider Building on Water St. ?
...LAKEVIEW, OREGON... S
V CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES A
That flee Htrrt Yet II Satl.
The horso Is one of the mot ssV
tire to cold of any of our domestical
M nnlmals, bnt a correspondent la eor
tort In Lis observation that horses hava
done iHtter in a cold statile well ven
tllnted than lu a finer looking building
tot so vppII aired. Indeed, a building
may Ie n.nde so tljcht with lnmter,
Inth ntid iIaster Hint In winter time,
after a period of serernl dnys of r.ro,
weather, It becomes very cold In fart,
colder than one simply lonrded tip wltb
a single thickness of matched lumber.
Beyond a certain limit the more tight
we make a building to keep the outxldo
Ir out the colder we nuike the build
ing. If we Introduce artificial heat In
side of the hulldliifr the bent Is confined
by the tight walls and ceiling, and
then It becomes a warm room. Wltb a
tight stable, with animals enough In It
to furnlrth heat wlUi their breath and
the gases from their Ixidies, we make
the building warm. Thus, build as
tightly as we may, In order to make tha
stable warm we must heat It In soma
way or It Is Just as cold as the out
side air and sometimes colder.
This calls up a bit of experience of
some years ago. I have on my farm a
Ibeep barn that I took great pains to
make tight by double Iionrdltig and pa
pering between, so that lambs could ba
safely droptiod In the coldest weather.
There came a long period of severe
cold In February, and I was forced ta
take my sheep that were lambing out
of It and put them In a building where
there were cracks In the side walls to
keep the lambs from chilling. I found
by thermometer test that the open
build!'ig was 4 decrees warmer thaa
my tight on Why was this the caset
Simply the tisht building bad not
sheep eiw.itfj in it to warm It. The
cold sir b:id penetrated It. and as the
cold weather abated outside It remain
ed from 2 to 4 degrees colder than It
was out of d xrs f r several days. Dr
D. C. Sme.id lu Country Oentleman.
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
WALL PAPER. CARPETS.
Crrol I.lrc Stork Mrrdnara.
The great live stock convention a
Denver, recently c!o ed. was uotr.'jh
for the amal 'iitna'.',o:i of the National
Live Stoek association aud the Ameri
can Stock Growers' association. The
National Woolsrowera' association, an
Intejrral part of the National Lire
Stock association, held a rousing meet
ing also, and, as reported by Orange
Judd Farmer, resolutions were passed
favoring a law making the minimum
running time of trains carrying sheep
sixteen miles an hour. The sheep men
also urged that they be not compelled
to unload at night, as It Is difficult to
handle wool skins tn the darkness. An
other resolution adopted favored an la
crease In the annual appropriation for
the support of the bureau of animal Industry.
Loak After th Hastier.
The pig Is a bustler every day.
Be slow to condemn an old sow that
does good work.
More money la lost by feeding hogs
too long than by selling too early.
Hogs will turn grain Into money
quicker than any other farm anlmaL
A. hog requires plenty of water In
bis feed, but should have none In bis
Close confinement and filth and dirt
will check growth, no matter how gen
erous the feed.
Timely Feeding Notes
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In the breeding and rearing of fine
and useful animals the first lesson to
learn is the most Important one of wise
Tula Grael For tha LJttla PI.
The thin gruel for feeding to the new
pigs may be made of oatmeal or any
concentrate that Is free from woodj1
matter. Ground barley and oats, when
fed, should be sifted to remove the
hulls.. The little plg'a stomach la verjr
easily deranged, and the feeds given
should be auch as will digest readily.
Keep a Sweet Trough.
The trough In which small pigs are
fed should be kept clean. No stale
feed should be left In it from one fifed
to the next.
Th Creedr Calf.
The calf la a greedy animal and will
appear more hungry after drinking its
milk than before, and if given too
much it will soon be oa the sick list.
Feed aad Viator.
To furnish a young Iamb with all the
food It can digest and that of the choic
est character Is to create a sturdy,
thrifty, strong constitutloned animal
that will be prolific In reproduction and
long lived. Bays Stewart
Whea th Small pi. Squeal.
"You don't see "what under the sun
makes those pigs squeal so." A llttla
more milk, please. That's what pigs
live on. Some fresh straw bedding,
too, might feel good.
A Haadr Lamb Feeder.
A convenient method of feeding milk
to a lamb Is to use a small tin can
with a long spout, such as Is used for
oil An air hole Is punched In the cov
er or cork, and a piece of sponge cov
ered with a cloth Is tied upon the end
of the spout The flow la thus made
easy and equal, and the lamb sucks In
Do Wot For th Salt.
Calves seem to demand salt as well
as older stock, and this should ba kept
before them at all times.
Th Baad Fed Calf.
Until It la a week or ten days old tha
calf Is unable to manage hay or grain.
During this period the hand fed calf
should receive whole milk three) time
a day four pounds la the Doming,
two pounds at noon and four pounds st
sight at blood temperature.
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