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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1907)
1'. E. Tavlor. Prop.
Office at B. Reynolds' 5 tor.
Htage leaves Lakeview Mondays, Wed
nesdsysand Friday at S a. m., arrit.
at Plush at 9 p. m. I eai I'msb Tue
dyi, Tburedave and But unlays, at
ft. m., arrive al Lakeview at 9 p. m.
Passenger fare $3 n may or 3 t
ronnd trip. Freight rate from Maj
1st to Nov. let f.75 per hundred ; fron
Nov. lit to May lot f.ti jet hnndr
TO WHOM IT MAY niM'KRN,
notice la hereby trlveti tl.' nil irriga
tion, or rnlllrMce ditches mi nil trmti
streams throught I.nke (Vuiity. Orv
gon, must be m'reened with it small
mesh wire screening at their head or
Junction with the mnln channel of
stream. Also all dams tr obstruct
ions on said streams nnint l pro-j
vlded with a fish-ladder, omthcrcasy ;
int'Hii of passMgy. at or n nr the mll. I
lie of the main channel, mi asti al-l
ow tlx- pnsK trtdit H tune.
f .vi'nr, as provided let Ihw. Nnhl
w ork to btdom at low water time.
or to lt" completed U.V fell. , IWi,
Hy order of J. A. Iturhatu.
Soecln.1 iVtuity fish Warden for
l.ake County. Oregon.
New Pino Creek,
TUIC OIDCD it iiinii hi
InlO lArtn Adwtlelna Afoarr IH Han
onir trfst. San rrantlaro, lal. wburr
ee a tract (or edTerttalna re a be mailt tor II
k uLuH-ritwr i the Kismtner who ivmioti
from our loreJItv to enoilier. ur rhn.
.Ii.ir noeinffir etltrr ahnaitl f ucmlwr
lni(. ib I ..(flee card m thrlr paper ail
r..s.rs1 i hi rliht poetoBlre.
netted akirtt Hill la Vegue Jump ,
F reeks da Mod A Unique Setting,
Karly a l( In In tin season the new
foists are arriving for fall uae. and Id
all the made up uiaterlala plaited aklrta
are the only model that auiurt shops
are Tarrying. These models differ only
, from the aprlug aklrta In the fact that
, they are uot quite a much trimmed
land that little garniture la applied la
i straight lines-uo medallions, no wall
H. E. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
The first Sunday lu each month,
preaching; at t'ulon acliool ho uae at
11 A. M. Aside from thin preaching;
every Sunday at 11 A. M. and i :-'k
P. M. at lakeview.
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
lengtie at i :.'))
l'rH.v'rnuetlnt Thuinday 7 :.to P
""lnliew Ahl WiMlnewdav 1::V
Choir praetiiv riday
K. WITBM, M. D.
v rHau iAX m amito ,
i of Troy or circular enVcta around the
! bottoma of the aklrta. Kverythlng la
1 atralRht and ntlff. It aeina to matter
rery little what the material may li
the modela all reormhle each other In
tluea and ireneral cuts.
Junier frt-ka will not he ao xpular
In the autumn, an. I I would only ad-
Viae the (linking over of ilr-ranc lu thU
itriir) al Ij
A cordial invitation
"A. J. Annutmn
! fStrlided to
I. It H TO
linti Matter MH-rlrlt:
OFKu K I'lr HuilJine-
The trouble wltb moat adrer-
tlaera la that rhey expect imme
diate return a of Larue propor
tions. One prominent advertiser
Illustrates the principle of adver
tising In thl a way:
The aaoaey espeaded far
4rertUIaa; ta the aj.aaa aa
If pla.c-4 at latereat. Tba
praflta frata the adTerttataa;
ara rtrtaally tka tatereat aa
"Tne auiua spent for advertlalnx
arc properly chargeable to cap
ital account because the result
ing good will la Bometbing tbat
haa yalue, which. If the adrer
tlatng has been properly done,
can usually be sold for the face
ralne of the Investment
"The rate of Interest la deter
mined by the skill with which
the Investment la made.
"Just aa the quickest way to
Increase Invested wealth la by
.4 com pounding the Interest, Just so
the quickest way to realize re
ulta from advertising la to com
pound the returns.' Adrertlalng
Advertisers gat good rcturna
a tha amount invested to
or coluanaa. We reach tha
ale of Timber I etc".
Parties who have tiniler land for
ale will do well to invent Itfate our;j
term and methods of liatiilliinr lumln. j '
Wehavean office In ljikeview. where j
contracts can In? made and options I
taken on land. We suarautiv tjlv
hiiihtft market price, and are in a j
position to demand and obtain it,
having leen In the business for ninny !
ears and In close touch with all the '
land dnalers of the country. Satis- '
factory results jruaranr.t-d lv the La
Hrande Investment t'o. Write C O
Metzker, Lakeview, Oregon.
KOOPItN Of THE WORLD
M - .urn ih M ami th w -lni'-l
each .n nih In I.iii- Hall, at K -I
. ln:iY. niiiul l'uuinan1' -
LAKEV IEV KNCAMJ MKNT. So i
V I. O. O. K mi-em ibe 1st anl 3J Thi i
lajr ev-nliiit of each month lu IKM
v ,o' Hail. lkeTle. J. 1. Venam
i.e., C. o. Jlrliki-r, fcrlbe.
H. E. Bum, Prop'r.
Office in Bieber'5 Store
arna, with Mwailoa m
right ear for mn. r,-,-,
lor wether Mm ewei (Square Crop aud -IB
right ear Tar Brand 111. Range rai
Lake Hotofflie adJrr. Lakeelew orrgi
Ua Faae) af IKa Utmeet Imaartaaea
In Het Weather.
lery fanner knows that clean food
for hoga la of the utmost Importance,
especially In hot weather ftlll a great
many will often permit tha aw III bar
rl to become filthy, Thla la very
dangerous to the health of the hoga
during summer. Itouhtleaa eaeee
often start union- man) hog from
tha source, a.xva a writer In American
Agriculturist. Tlieie it v i.i ny Ilia
that affect luir N-Mi-1 i'K thoiera,
althotigh aiv.e , I'n.i., th.it hog
cholera the onl thing to U guard
el ngiilnt. Hy the decay of iev:eUIle
and fletli- tt.'itv xsrloun olom are
elahifiite 1. I we tnut 1 l mnlnut
heM rn v n lion cli t'e ii There
la n .Virl thnt iiiiltun' -ti ell aa
hum it n lehiTi are often killed Iit pt
maltie piho 'in;
Avoid Rotten 8wlH.
Itotteu v ' N iiniu for line' in iit
talnly nt ot. rn'' i f '! S m e f .
their h.n.s vn . trntiv:lit frm i l!ie
I'lieese i 'i ' Often, IIH filiti'l. I I'll
kn.' ' i t:inks nro very I rty,
llel I. I ile-iueil . 'I ll .pt for
til flVieii who tl e llllt
' . ' r.e stieli it :;rorou
pr ! i ly tun!. t'uit the
II m'i' tlmt tlu-v are
FIELD BEAN CROP.
Harvester That Tarawa Ta Rewe late
a tingle Windrow.
nr u t. foitriKrr.
Tor many years the bundling of hoe
rmpa, ath'h aa Held Inmiiis, uiou an ei
tenalve scale was ImptwNllile U'cause
of tba great amount of hand lalmr nee
eaaary to gut her the crop. Within re
cent tears, however, labor sating de
vices have len Invented, ao that now
the once lalorloua practice of hand
pulling Individual plants ran he done
away with by the use of a bean liar
Thla Implement is built on the prlncl
pin of a pair of shears and consists nf
f.ii lories do nut even
' hi hate n row of liarrels
' h i lni Jdiugi, lulu which
i : 1 1 . These are allowed to
I putrid lu the hut sun
Tiiey swarm with files.
e been visiting the car
I !!'-," in the pastures of
!. Siiliieliines these
' ! nf rholorn and some
it "iit.'ii;iiiis diseases. It
It matter to clean bar
it Mils should be dune,
easier to tin If the cheese
a steam pipe from which
'onduet the steam Into the
Brand, with Crop off e
ear. Half Cndercroi
right tor ewe,; reitrse for w'thcra Tar ttrmi
W. Range Flh Creak. l-omr a.ire
Stage leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sunday at 6 a. m. Arrive
at Altnras at 6 p. m.
Leaves Altnras for Lakeview al
6 o'clock a. m. or on tbe arrival
of tbe stage from Madeline. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 boars af
ter leaving Altnras.
Freight - Matters - Given
Strict - Attention
first - aass - Acomodatlons.
The Harney county
Lire stock aaaocia
tlon. of wtin
s member, !')
leading to in
vlotlon of pot
dealing ,ti k
longing to m
tsm. In addition i
offer l-iou rewar-
Horse brand norm-
hoe bar on eilhei
or both jawe. Ke
ange, Harnef Lake and Cnoi
Hone, vented when sold. Horse, sold to paa
through thli section will be reported in thl
paper. If not so reported, please write or tele
A WU1TK LI. NILS oown -57:11, 57.1.
style, lllotises are to ls found in such
varieties that there need ! no regret
for the loss of the Jumiior.
Here la a novel way of setting a
miniature which delight the heart of
the woman who wears It. The minia
ture has nn antique Florentine frame
Inclosing It set with Jewels. The old
tone of the gold, its una hit design and
the old fashioned Jewels set therein
make It a very Interesting neck orna
ment swung from Its old fashioned
A rkirt gauge with which to measure
the depth of the hem from the floor Is
a convenient device. It conslsta of an
upright holding a piece of French
' chalk and marked with a scale of
Inches. The chalk marker can be
raised or lowered.
White linen Is used to make thla
Protection Agaimt Diseaio.
If ilhe.ise Is t t be kept off the farm,
ft.! of tin' liiis must be carefully
. 'i.-tl. at l.-a .t In summer. The
: T!i-r Is it .t si l!iiMirtant In winter,
:is the t!!- are not carrying germs
fr -in one pViee to another, and cou
l '.i-imiis di .-uses will not spread with
tin- -ii me rapidity. Animals take In
(lSc:i e (Terms mostly thrmich their
r Vratory organs or through the or
('tl ! n t'evotetl tr. the elaborat ion of food.
If "i f.Nitl Is pr itectod. Ill 1 1 -1 1 will li
g'i'm l III the way of protection against
phone Tbe Time, Ht-raltl, Main Huron, Ore
Young funis that are stabled with
their dams during cold rainstorms
will thrive linn Ii better than those
which lire not so protected. The Idea
On both the skirt and ' that eximsure to Inclement weather
We have a full set of JJy sell-Rollins
& Co'e., samples, of Stock Certificated
and bonds, with price list. If you
are organizing; a stock company get
our prices on stock certificates, tf
Family liquors at Post & Kings
'Reward for Horses
"1 will give $.".00 reward for Inform
ation that will lead to tbe discovery
of any horse branded with an oil)
horseMboe brand on both Jaws, placed
as In the cut In this advertisement
with fresh triangle brand underneai I
the horseshoe. The triangle placed
In such a manner as would cover up
a bar on both Jaws. Animals must
be found In the possession of some
person or persons.
the blouse are bands of the material
with dlskh embroidered In a heavy
linen thread. JUDIC CHOLI.ET.
makes a fnl hurdy Is fallacious.
Too Much Hay.
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Two For the Pake of One: The
Lake County Examiner
The Leading County Paper and The American Farmer
BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $2
This unparalleled offer is made to all new subscribers, and all old
ones who pay up all arrears and renew within ninety days.
Sample copies free. Address:
C. O. fletzker, Lakeview, Oregon.
Purple a Modish Color A Bracelet
That Molds Car Far Chamois Belts.
Purple la the uitsllhli color this sum
tner In Furls; especially Is the purple
hat In evidence. A confection of this
color Is. however, neither pretty nor
Incoming In warm wenther.
A new bracelet made to hold one's
car fare has been found as useful aa
advertisers claim. There la a small
compartment in which two nickels
maj lie slipped.
1'opulnr fall shades already listed
are orchids, browns, brandy, Iliac,
cherry and electric blue. The hist U
a revival of a color mentioned In the
fashion notes of a decade ago.
Chamois belts that can Is washed
are new and serviceable articles.
hVtjr LINEN WITH WHITI 6721,
(land bugs to mulch them urn useful
and pretty. The bag can be washed
The long sleeve will protect sun
burned linns In the fall, It is predicted.
1'hls is Hud news to some women, Joy
ful news to many others. No matter
how homely the arm, the comfoit of
the Hliorl sleeve has caused It lo be
worn by dowager ami maid, old and
young. Hut fashions cliau(t, uml even
the pretty arm will soon lose Its opportunity.
Soft finished French linen In a gen
uine buff bhude is being much worn
this season. The costume seen In (he
cut Is of this material, relieved by
frills of white lawn. A while linen
collar aud tie are added.
One fault with most horse owners la
the feeding of too much hay. A horse
will eat more than Is necessary, and,
owlug to the small nes of his stomach,
the partially digested hay Is crowded
(in Into the Intestines. Alsmt three
fourths of a pound of hay s-r hundred
pounds weight of the horse should I
fed ht day, advises an authority who
makes this criticism.
Watering After Hard Work.
Watering your horse after hard
work, when haated or exhausted,
should be done carefully. Horses dif
fer aa men differ; some know when
they have had enough and some do
not. Let them drink frequently, but
not too much.
Feet of tha Draft Hone.
The feet of the draft horse should
be large, round, wide at tbe hoof bead,
not too shallow or too high In tha
heels, and, above alt, constructed of a
food, dense born, which Indicates abil
ity to wear well.
Greasing the Feet.
Greasing; Is necessary for horses
which are much exposed to dampness
and Is as good for the sole and frog
as for the wall. It la applicable also
to feet which have to stand on dry
bedding. Feet which, on account of
diseased conditions, require to le fre
quently aoaked or poulticed ought also
to be greased, lleddlng of peat mosa
and fine sawdust, equal purts, la most
excellent. All these measures may be
advantageous If the feet are pronerly
shod.-C. It. Wood, V. K.
Tbe good habit horse can Is) spoiled
by the bad habit man.
With the team It's spare the curry
comb and spoil tbe coat.
Tbe alovenly driving horse Is the
product of a careless driver.
You may feed a horse corn to make
him fat, but outs are what give blin
Keep couatuntly a good sized lumo
of rock salt In the feed Isn for the
horse to nibble at pleasure. It will
then take Just us much as Its appetite
craves and no more than Is needful, i
MKA N HAItVKriTKU AT WOMB.
two long steel blades miumtisl tipou a
strong framework carried upon u heel.
The long shears like bin ties are set to
cut the roots nf the plants Just Is-neath
the surface of the ground AIove these
blades guard rods or guide rods are ao
urrauged as to move from their orlgl
mil positions the plants whisw roots
have Issmi severed, and since the Im
pleuielit Is designed to cut two rows of
ben lis annus the Held the plants of two
rows are thrown together In a single
windrow. This clears n space for tbe
passage of one of the animals In the
team, so that it Is int-cssary for only
one to pass through the standing crop,
thus decreasing the amount of loss bj
shelling which would result from both
animals being drlten through the
After the plants are thrown together
by the harvester It Is customary for
men with ordinary pitchforks to follow
the harvester aud place the lruus In
small heaps to cure for several days
Is-foro storing them In barns or a bed a
for thrushlng. In some Instances where
the work Is done upon a very exten
slve scale and where the loss from
shelling Is not considered sufriclent to
Justify the employment of hand labor
for bunching the leans with forka an
ordinary horse ruke la employed for tbe
Where the bcaua are to remain for a
longer erlod aud to tss-ome wore
thoroughly cured In the field and
where the work of harvesting La done
entirely by band the crop ta frequent'
ly placed lu shocks which are built
about a pole four or five feet In height,
both ends of which have l-cn sharp
ened and one end placed firmly In tbe
ground. A small quautlty of atraw.
grass or other material la placed
around the base of the atake and the
beans as tbey arc pulled and are piled
around the pole until a compact minia
ture stack about four or Ovo feet
high Is formed. The operation Is very
slmllur to the common practice fol
lowed by growers of peanuts In stack
ing and curing. The curing process In
any case Is curried far enough to pre
vent the vlnca molding after storing
them In the fnrm prior to thrashing.
If the vines are thoroughly ripened lu
tbe field Is-fore harvesting they can be
stored In from two to three days If tbe
weather Is satisfactory.
Protein and Its 8ourees.
Protein Is tbe nitrogenous part of
feeds and is by far the most vuluablo
of tbe different groups of nutrients.
Its characteristic 'dement Is nitrogen.
The white of egg is utmost pure pro
tein. Cottonseed mcul and linseed
meal are very rich In protein, and so
are leguminous In ys, stich us clover,
ulfalfu and cowpct, hay.-John Mlcbels.
A Dry Uarnyard.
Have tlio barnyard well drained. It
will be much better for your stock,
and It will be economy to have It
drained on to a field that can tie cul
Uvuted. Such a plan enables you to
rniso a prolific early forage crop by
sowing corn near the yird, advises
Kimball's Dairy Fanner.
I Plow Points.
Where too large a proportion of the
farm Is kept under plow the soli soon
becomes Impoverished and unproduc
tive. All animals thrive best when fed at
regular Intervals aud given each time
no more thau they will readlLy con
sume. Clean, strulght fence rows, and
fences In good repair, add materially to
the appearance und value of the farm.
When the cost of keeping a good
urllcle Is no more thuu keeping u isior
one It Is ecrluliily udvlnablo to keen
No vegetable accessible to the farm
er ubsorbs so much nitrogen from the
nlr and leaves so rich a storehouse of
It as clover.-Knnsas Fanner.
Some New England Dairymen.
Not a few New Kngland dairymen
nro so fiivorubly located and buve so
much skill that they get un advance
above the ruling price for an artlelt of