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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1906)
First llnpltMt rtinreli of l.rkevlew.
Preac-hlim Services at U:A.M.. owl
7:30 I. M. on each Sunday.
Sunday School; 10: A. M.
Junior Society nt 2:: P. M.
Itnptint Young People. a I'nlon t
fi:.T0 P. M. on each Suiulny.
Prayer nieetlnjr 7.:t0, P. M. on Wcd
Everybody invited to attend all
services. A. Prank Simmon, a t r
TIMIIKK (1TI( K '
lnitil SI at os ImuA Ollloo lakeview
Oregon Juno t UHHi. Notice 1 hereby
Kiven that In compliance with the
provisions of tho net of t'onivM of
Juno 3, 17. entitled "An not Tor the
stile of llmlcr laud In tho States of
California, Oregon, Nevada nnd Wash
ington lerritorv ns extended to all
the Public Lnnd States ly act of Aun
nst 4. issi Hernmn J. Winters, of
Klamath Falls, count v of Klamath
State of Oregon, has this dny tiled in
this ollico his sworn statement No
;ii 10. for j no pnroimse ot me rwj
, " 'A "o A WlHI
DIKIiCTOKY .'Section 1L To. iU S., II 17 K. W.
I'lr-i itnntui ( !i n rvli of Jooso La kc. ! mill will otfer proof to show that
nf vv pi.... i v....i. ir..L-n. ' "' wmnlit is mow
hlim Ser ices at 11 :oe'uck A. M
NY4 N5 SW-. ami NV4 SK4 of
valuaMe for its
than for arg'cultural
1 t i in her or kIiiiik
l'rea.-liluuServ i.-. s at u:.h'Uh-s .. .m i . , ..-tal.lish his claim
nnd 7;-'M P.M. u each Sunday of j to suit! hind 1 lf ore clerk of Klamath
eountv Oregon at his otllce at Klitm-
.. .. . ... i .....
SundnvSchool.it KVo chwk A. M. " 1 v. '" '
' ' .... . dav of SeptemU-r llKHl Ho names as
PrayerS.-rvl.val ion Wednesday jj,,,,,,., : Archie Johnson, Harry
evening; of each wo k. il'clt, I-ster Kirkpatrick and John
All are cordiallv invited to attend I Hrttt all of Klamath Falls Oregon.
4 ho -.rvl.H ' ' Any and all ihtsoiis claiming ad-
I ne ? r at a. ... verselv the al.ove-descriU-d lands are
.1. llny.Ien Howard I asior. r.,lMU.tod to llle their claims in this
0(ii,.e on or bofore said 'M day of Sep
WANThP: ly Chicago w holesale ami i t,,,ni,er l'.HKi.
mailorder house, assistant niaiiager
(man or woman) for this county audi
adjoining territory. Salary fJO and
expenses paid weekly ; expense money
advanced. Work pleasaut; positiou
porniaueut. No investment or exper
ience required Spare time valuable.
Write at once for full particulars aud
enclose self -addressed envelope.
SU PEK I N T FA) N K X T, i: Luke St.
Chicago, 111. r.n
J. X. Watson. Kegister.
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in addition to all the sows of the
Subscription Kates: One month,
CO cents; three months, LS5; six
months, f 2.50; twelve months, f5.
) Sample copies mailed free. O
Timber Laud Notice.
. Tinted States Land Ottlee,
view, Oregon. May 7. Wii
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of June :i, 17S, entitled, "an Act for
the sale of timber lands in the States
of California, Oregon. Nevada aud
Washington Territory, " as extended
to all the Public Laud States by act of
August 4, 11U, the following persons
have tiled iu this othce their sworn
James C. Mongold, of Klamath
Falls, County of Klamath, State of
Oregon. Sworn Statement No. 'MM
for the purchase of the Sls SW'4,
NK4 SW4, SW4 SK'4, Set-. 0, Tp.
M. South, Kange IS, F.., W. AI.
May Mongold. of Klamath Falls,
County of Klamath, State of Oregon,
Sworn Statement o. M'X, for the
pureha.se of the W NE4, SF'4 XW4
NW4 SK'4, Sec. ti, Tp. M, South,
Kange 18, E. W. M.
That they will orfer proof to show-
that the land sought is more valuable
for'its timber or etone than fort agri
I cultural purposes aud to establish
I their claim to said land beforo the
! Clerk of.Klamath!County. Oregon, at
i his official place of business at Klam
ath rails, Klamath C ouuty, on V ed
nesday, the 1st day of August, 11HX.
They name as witnesses: Archie
Johnson, II. E. Peltz, John Brett,
Lester Kirkpatrick and James Mon
gold all of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adver
sely the above described lands are re
quested to file their claim ink this
office on or before eaid 1st day of
J. N. Watson, Register. 10 -2-8
Positive, Comparative, Superlative.
I ijrit on of your Phh Brand
8Uckni for five year, and now want
new oaia, alio ona fc-r a frlrnd. I
would riot ha without onr fnrtwlra tha
coat. They arc Juat aa f-ir ahead of a
common coat aa common ona la
haad of nothing."
( itf m iii.. km. )
Ba aura you dont set ona of thai com
mon klnd-thl I th TCJWI3?
mark of icellanc. .
A. J. TOWER CO., iymi
oaroN, n i l, ZMfJJjS)
TOWER CANADIAN CO., Limitcd,
TORONTO, CAN0. JO
W.jAcm of Wvt WeathcrClothing A Hats.
EVER ACTIVE ALFALFA.
a Mlaalonar- lttlr fl TK...klt '
Krnm atrrnnniia Flrlil.
Slnoo reform l wntohwonl of tho S5 i
For ten year I have been growing"
rWv f --
' I A UIIIIM M II
our 1 think I will try It thH nennon. !(0 ' 1
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ITS ADVERTISING TAIXK.
Ferhapa you hare aomathlng to aell a
farm, a tram, farm machln.Tr. Tou m
wlh to buy aomethlnc Tha beat poulblt
way to communicate with people who wlh
to buy or aell la by laaertln a amall ad
vertliement la Tha Bpokaamaa-Rertew.
Farmera, etorkmra. lumbermen and tula
era take tha TWICE-A-WEKK.
If yon wlah to reaeh butlneae mm and
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Ten eente per Una each Insertion. Count
lx worda to a Una.
J MB DAIL.T AND Sl'NDAT RATE
tal fa niul rvae!iliii It womlerful W
dualities tn every llstenhiK ear, ami
while prettehlnu 1 have trle.l to ho con
ftftent In praetleliiK ntul have never,
like some foolish fellnwn, ailvoeativl
inittlnn the whole farm In alfalfa, for
I have always aahl anl "till hellevo
that half la euoiiKh
Now, In the future I'm koIiijj to tell
oil the faults niul illsml viuitnifes of al
falfa nu.l let people II ml out the Roivl
for thenmelvea, nays an Ohio corre
)ou.lent In National Sio. knuui.
How It linra,
If you now alfalfa you may iletitroy
your ieaoe of uilml an.l brliitf tlowu
your pray hair In sorrow to tho Rrave.
You will he I'hnlniM to your .ltehfork
like a galley slave to hU oar. When
you tret Home eorn lantil and nro In
terest e.l In the Hrt working ahout the
1st of June you will llml the nlfnlta
Mooinhur, aii.t It must 1k cut at once or
It will he wixxly and touch, and stork
will not like It. Then In July, when
the thrashing Is done anil yon begin to
plow for a rotation, there Is the second
crop remly to cut, and you won't Ret
even a day tt jro IIsIiImr.
About the lust of August, when. If
ver, a man oiiKht to have a little lot
urt and time to attend camp meeting
nt loMst. then' Is another crop, not bin
and raw of course, but flno and leafy
ond almost equal to wheat bran for
talne, and you w 111 Just hump yourself
to Ret It In in Rood condition. '
In Oetoher, when you are Just aa
busy aa a hen with one chicken with
your wheat soedliiR and sowlnjj tho
corn crop, there Is that everlasting al
falfa to cut again. It Is one uiicndlug
prlnd, and you won't Ret any vacation
till next year. Take my ndvlco and
don't sow It, for you will work all sum
mer savliiR It and all winter feeding, It.
rilVNH IAN Ml. I Hi lda i:o
IT I j.i-..ICLI.
Son Dratroylna riara.
When a sow Is found destroyhiR her
PIrs or showing a disposition to Oo so
saturate a small woolen cloth with ker
osene and carefully molxteii the hair of
the pltcs with It, lx-luir cautious not to
get muiii of It on their tender skins,
and the kerosene dressing ti-111 usually
spoil tho sow' rellnh for raw pig.
I'roper food previous to lltterliiR, with
access to plenty of fresh earth, RTasa,
eod, rotten wood, charcoal ashes, etc.,
cud light feed for a few days after
ward Is the general preventive for this
trouble, so discouraging to the swine
IH T V II tl.l.
I'h xlrlan an.l Murgrnn
omi E-Ncw Paly IIuII.IIiik.
I.. K. "
Altomr) at k.mn
I. It KHATOf
IjiiiiI Mallera MH-rlaU)
OKFIl'K - Pair niitldiutr.
y nuui-Acn ur inc nuniu fan..Ni..
Mib nn the t an.l 4tli W.-ilin silay of
each ni'Mith In Max.nlr Mall, at K .. ni.
K WiN.iHiH K, I diikuI ( iiiiiiiiaiiih r.
V K. N, Iavii'Inii, l ie r.
LAKKVIKW KN( AMI'MKNT, N IS,
I. II. i). r. niofla the ll ami 3.1 Thnra
S lay rvciiliiiinot rarh inoiilti In O'M Kcl
u Ii.mk' Halt, Ukevli-w. A. W. Manrltui.
SI '. J. W. Tucker. Scrlho.
New Pine Creek, -
TUIC DIDCD 1. kept on flic ai K.r. t)'
iniO iMrLn A.lvcnl.lim Ak.ii.t l.M han
min Slrccl, Sail Krni l ii. l al., when'
cotitra.-ta (or ailvvrilKliiK can ho inaitc lor 11
OiilcrllMra to I he Kiamlm-r who remove
from on.- Iixalllr to another, r chancr
Inelr i.iMt.,m.-.i auorena ahotil.l r.-iiiemiH-r
ilro. ttili nin.-e a rar.l ihclr pajn-r ci'i bo al
urcHM-a tu mo ruiii ikaioitic..
THE ORIGINAl SCHOOL. Insfrnc
Hon by niil alaiirU to ewyi-ne.
Heiovtiiml ly .'0irlafi'l -.j'it.'r.
o:. lakes fcixite liu.e uuly. Tlnet
ronraes Preparatory. Ilusmeat.
lKe- rrepwve for !racn-e. t
lieit.T your condition and ttropeeli
in Imines. Sluiiecu ud graduaieti
erwry w here. F n 1 1
SCHOCL OF LAW.
On June littj and Tth, July 2nlTand
SriirAuKiist Tth, 8thJandHh, unci
September 8th and"" 9th, special low
round trip rates will be in effectto
all pointd luict, liual returuiuR limit.
90 days, but not later than Uctoler
Colorado common points., ? 50.00
Missouri River, tO.OO
Mississippi Itiver, (jITm
Washington and Baltimore 107.00
New York 10b 50
t or particulars, see any Agent, or
address DS. JTaggart.D . F.Jt P. A
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C. O, fletzker. Lakeview, Oregon.
Paslurs and H&y
On molnt. cold land try redtop grass
and alslke clovor.
Srrdlnaj to Clover.
In bl.uk hoIIh It li nurd, on account
of tbelr porous nature, to got n covering
by frost action, to prevent clover seed
sprouting, when there are two or three
days of spring weather early; hence
the early howIiih on blink noil la more
liable to be destroyed by sbnri freezes
before settled warm weather comes,
says a farmer In an exchange. On ac
count of tills fait It Is safi-Ht to defer
sowing on black soil till the last of
March or first of April. As clay pre
dominates over black soil in our fields
vrc sow where we find the clay honey
combed by frost or cracked by wind
speedily drying it. We have been jis
successful by sowing on land wTud
checked or cracked as on laud honey
combed by frost.
Scattered Manure In I'aeturea.
As soon ns snow Is off the ground the
droppings of cows aud horses pastured
the previous season should be broken
tip and scattered as much as possible.
s Where they He they ore only an In
cumbrance, killing the grass under
neath them and causing too rank
growth on each side. Under the Influ
ence of frost these droppings can be
broken up quite easily by the help of
a boe or a long handled mullet. If done
early, the spring rains will dissolve
theso lumps and carry their solublo
plant food to the grass roots below.
A Hare Cot to Itreulle.
If you have three feet of dry soil of
some kind above the bedrock, III
guarantee that you will have a good
place to start a field of alfalfa, says
Willis Wing in Ohio Farmer. A clover
stubble will be surer to give you a
proper seed bed than your corn stub
ble, and since this crop will yield more
feed per acre than the corn crop (un
less the corn Is made Into ensilage),
yon are warranted In giving It a show.
Don't try tho wrong way first (such as
trying to get a stand on wheat), but
have faltb and inuke a Bure cut to re
sults. On Graae Fit-Ida.
Now, here are a few things that
should not be done: Never dig dltchon
to fill with rocka In a grass field; never
underdraln your grass field until you
find It necessary; never pasture or
make a roadbed of your grass field or
let animals stand, stamp or otherwise
kill the grass roots; timothy or redtop
seed sown on an old field will not re
new the stand; use no coarse manure
on the grass field after seeding; fer
tilize every crop a Uttlo more than Is
needed for each crop; don't undertake
to steal anything from the soil; bear
In mind that your grass field will ner
er winter kill or die as long as It baa
anything to live for. George M. Clark
In Country Gentleman.
Old Weedy Alfalfa.
Old alfalfa fields that become weedy
are often benefited by disking la the
nrtng and after the cuttings are made.
Disking kills the weeds and splits tlvt
erowns of some of the alfalfa plant
rertlcally, rejuvenating them.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXAT1VK ItKOMO IJUlNINK
Tablet. All driiKxiets refund the
money if it fails to cure. K. W.Orove'i
"iunature is on envh box. "'h:.
Sannl CiiUarrh quickly ylM to treat.
went by Kly a Cruam lialm, which la ngn-o.
ablv aroiuntio. It is received through the
notitriU, elraimea and tiimla the whole sur
face over which it diffuses itaelf. l)rugia(
sell the Wo. siz0 Irinl i.ie by mini, 10
cents. ToHt it aud you are suro to cuutiuue
To accoDiniodiite thoho who are partial
to the une of titointzera in applying liiiuiils
into the naMil j r.-otnes for eibtrrhal trou
bin, tho proprii rs prrpnre Cream Halm in
liquid form, wliii h -ill I : Known ns Kly'
Liquid Cri-itm llulm. l't icu including tho
praying tnl i 75 cents, lmggit or by
uiaiL Tho liquid form cmhodins Uie med
icinal properties or the oi.j i reparation.
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wishes to hiibHcrllH-for "Tom wat
moii'h Magazine, "wvlll accept l..r0
from them, write the letter, buy the
postal order and send for the maga
zine to nny address. Then Is but
one price on "Tom watMon.s Mann
zinc," and we do not club with it,
hut as a matter of accomodation to
NulHcritMrs to the Kxainlner we can
get them the inngnzine without any
trouble or risk to them for the n gu
lar price. tf.
The Examiner prints township plats,
aud makes them into books loonier, tf
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questionings and personal "examinations
The People's Common Sense Medical
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Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate and Invig
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a laxative, two or three cathartla
Si i outline
and union Pacific
Snlt Lxike, Denver, Kin
sns City, ChlaiKO.St.
Louis New York.
Ocean Steamers between Portland
ami San FranclHco every flveilayM.
Tickets to and from nil part of, tlm
United Niiiien, t'linailii mitlI'?uroH.
l'or'pnrticuliirs, call on or address,
A. L. Crnl;,' 1. V. V.,
. . . TIMIJ TAI1LIJ .
In KfTcrt May 1st, lisift. ..
M.l.v. I'lilo-Kama in 4VA M
" Ar, i mil' . . w.m'
" " K I'll Si'k I Mil "
" KalM'r'k 11.4.1 -'
bin I llt'S'- I- "
' li.'Sin IS .'3i I" M
11 " 1 hrnll li.lft -
l.v. Thrall .. fl A.
A r. Ii.. . . n.vft
" Tall I'r'k 7 eft
" Kl'h Hi'(ii7.lil
" INIIK S.IK
" 1'oki'Kaina s.'AI
Klamath Sprlags Special.
l.v. Thrall..... I.m H.
Ar. Itifii .... I M
' hliel Mr'S" -J 1.1
" Kali I'ri-ik a ..A '
' K I'll I".'k MO "
M i r. Kl'h H,'Kt M M
Ar. Kail ( r. rki ISii -'
Hlrl Itr'Kn S III "
" linifiii m
" Ihrail.... g.u
II. K. IUhk ks, I'rup'r.
Office in Biebcr'a 5tore
Stage leaves I.nkrview daily, ex
repl hHiidny at fl a. m. Arrive
at A hums at 0 p. m.
leaves Alturas for I.skeviow at
6 o'tlock a. m.. or on the arrival
of the singe from Madeline. Ar
rives in lakeview in 12 hours af
ter leaving Alturas.
Freight - Matter - (liven
Strict - 'Attention
first - Class - Accomodations.
Western . Stage . Line
J. L. YADIN, Proprietor.
Office In llnkvillc Ifotel
Klamath f alls.
Daily from Pokeirema bv Keno. Kl am
ath rails, Dairy, Jtonanr.a, and Ply to
Daily from Lakeview bv HI v. Itunanaa.
Dairy, Klamath Kails. Keno. to Po-
From Klamath Falls to Keno"bv
steamer and from Keno to Pokegema
over the Sunset Four-llorse Htuge Lino.
8. L. McNacoiiton, Prop.
Office at .Mercantile Store
Plage leaves Lakeview Mondays. Wed
nesdays and Fridays at 0 a. m.. arrives
at Plush at 0 p. m. Leaves Piush Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at
a. ra., arrives at lakeview at 9 p. m.
Passenger fare 3 one way or $5 for
round trip. Freight rates from Mar
1st to Nov. 1st .76 per hundred : from
Nov. 1st to May 1st 11.00 per l.umlre
A Lively Tussle
with that old enemy of the nice. Con.
Htlputlon, ofton ends In Appendicitis
To avoid all hitIouh trouble with
Htomnch, Liver, and UowelH, take
Dr. Kings New Llfo I'1IH. Thev ner.
fectly regulaU) theso orjfatiH, without
tain or uiseomfort. :r,c at Iam Beall
JdlllCi Ddlljf rlghl e lorewesirewse
forwethori. Boms ewes Square Crop and But
In rlfbt ear. Tar Brand Ul. Hence, Crane
Lake. I'oitofflte address. Lakavlaw. r....
tOU IlllltnUilll ar, Rail Undnraron
m.a a r m
nui lor swei ; reverse lor wethers
W. Range, Flib Creek.