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The trouble with moat adver
tlaers la' that they expect Imme
diate retufna of large proper
tlona. One prominent advertiser
' Illustrates the principle of adver
tising la thla war:
Tke ? myea4e4 fee
4Terttalag- la tit Mam aa
If at Interest. Tke
areata from tke a4Tertlalaa
ee vlrtaeJJr tke latere
The nmi spent for advertising
are property chargeable to cap
ital account because the result
lag rood will la something that
kaa Talne,- which, If the adver
tising has been properly done,
can usually be aold for, the face
Talne of the Investment. ' ''" '
The rata of Interest la deter
mined by the skill 'with which
the Investment la made.
"Just aa the quickest way to
tacreaae Invested wealth la by
compounding the Interest, Just ao
the Quickest war to realize re
sults from advertising la to com
peend tha retoraa. Advertising
averttssrs (at gaJ returns
ea the sjsteuat Invested ta
or celiuonav We reed, the
TO A HUM IT MAY CONCERN,
notice l hereby itlven that all Irrlga
tton, r mllli-Hc ditches on all trout
atresm .hmutrht LakeCnuuty. Ore
gon, must le screened with a small
mesh w ire sorw nln t their head or
junction with the main channel of
stream. Alstl all dams or obstruct
ions on said stream must lie pro
vided wit b a n lMmhlcr, rothcrensy
means of pnMM at ornvnr the mid
die of tin- mnlit channel, so as to al
ow ihr pHMdiir t in ut at all tlmv
of rear, a ii.vl.l-il by law. ald
work to U done ut low water time.
or to I- completed by Feb. 7, 1907.
By order of .1. A. Narham.
SpccIhI IVpnty llsh Warden for
Lake Count). Oregon.
llous le-yr "t Paper
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. Oregon ft
The Shepherd 1
And His Flock.
New Pino Creek,
H. E. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
The first Sunday .In each month.
preaching atl'nloii school house at
11 A. M. Asldo from this prciiclilDR
eTcry Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30
P. M. at Ijikevl'w.
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
lengue at 6:.'ht.;
rPrayerniietliitf Tluirmlay 7:t P. M
TUIC DIDCD tak-plon Bleat k.O. t)4'
IlllO rArCn Aduriumi Apnr; IM San
umii'Hirwi, fan Pranrtaoo, 1'al., whr
eoBiraru for alTHIln ran benaitctor M
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frm onr Ux-alUT b anoilmr. r rham.
thrtr iMatom ailtln thoiUd rxnwmhrr i
roy Ihli offices cart Ihrtt saparraS b j
dr-awil to tha right poatoffice.
r X. HITHM, M. D.
ritVHirlAN aa4 Ml'RiiKOM
njolf Jrnctice 1 rldny 7::ft.
A cordial liTvitailon U extended to
A. J. Armstroiit. Tastor.
ale of Timber Land .
Parties who nave tlmlier land for
sale will do weir to liiTestlgate our
terms and met bods of handling lands,
Wehavean office In Lakevlew, where
contracts can le made and options
taken on land. We guarantee the
highest market price, and are In a
position to demand and obtain It,
baring heeu In the business for many
years and In close touch with all the
land dealers of the country. Satis
factory results guaranteed by the La
Grande Investment Co. Write C. O.
Metxker, Lakevlew, Oregon.
OFH K-DaJf SnlldlBg.
ymiiu tha 11 and 4th Wrdnearia ol
arh aiintta In Maaonlc Hall, at 8 p. m.
L B41IJ.T, t on.ui vommauurr.
K. N. I Aortas, Clerk.
It Is ntt feuggvNtiH! ttiat the Wglnuer
In sheep hnabiindry shatild stin-k lila
farm with pure bred sheep. It will
be necessary to Wuln with whatever
class of ewes limy le found most
available, oIumikIhii rains of some purs
breed and sddlut; also a few pure
bred ewes of the snnie breed. The
hills of Penusylvautii coutalit alMidy
a (rood ntsny ewes Inrtrely of Merino
foundation, snd thee will form an ex
cellent btiNls for a grade flock wheu
crtsel with desirable types of rams.
A little to the south In West Virginia
there art many ewes to be had, and
a peculiar tyie of hill sheep. ' The
ewes may be somewhat leriry aud tra
of wool, but they mostly prove very
serviceable mothers for early lambs,
and when mated with a good sire ths
results will pwve i.ulte satisfactory.
In Ohio there are great uuinbera of
sheep of the Merino type, and these
Ohio sheep will form an admirable
basis for a grade flock. Next. It Is as
tonishing how good many of the sheet
of the raiiKes are today, lisvlnif great
er slr.e thnn eastern Merinos, shearing
heavy fleeces aud having good, vigor
ous constitutions and no psraNltes when
they leave the rnug. These range
wes may often le bought very rea
sonably In Chicago In the full. It re
quires some cure to get the right class.
However, by careful selection after re
ceiving the ewes they nisy lie assorted
ao that any that are wrougln any way
may be fattened and tbo suitable ones
retained to breed. It is wise la buy
ing these western ewes on the market
! In the
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' I am frequently asked If It Is ad
visable to raise the heifer's Aral calf,
rtclng the first Is hardly a reason for
rejecting the calf, but a majority of
dairymen hare learned by experience I r,lfr contrasts with ths rest of tb
that to make a g-sd dairy cow It la i Mouse means ttist msny a remnant not
desirable to breed and dovelop the euftVleut for an entire waist can be
hantwng Tailored Freehs MsdlsK
Llttls Cost. of Laos.
Tailor robes of ahantung for tnornlni
wear are very stunning mndo with
walking skirt arranged In double lot
plaits, severely pressed The coat I
a kimono bolero caught In at the waist
with a smart belt..
Little coateea of pompadour or chins
Ilk, with loose Japanese sleeves with
gold sllpiHHl over a lace blouse, are
The advent of the colored yoke and
I to chnnae th trtw fro frnm urlnVK.a
LAKEVIKW ENCAMPMENT, No. is.
N I. O. O. F. meet. IDS LU sna inn
N day .renins. o( each month In Odd Pel
's a. ii r .ku. J. n. Venator.
$ C. CO. Meuker, Scribe.
H. E. Iiuu, Prop'r.
Office in Bieber'j Store
Stage leaves Lake view daily, ex
cept Sunday at 6 a. m. Arrive
at Altnras at 6 p. m.
Leaves Altnras for Lskeview at
6 o'clock a. m.. or on the arrivsj
of the stage from Madeline. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 hours af
ter leaving Alturae.
Freight - Matters - Qiven
first - Class - Acomodatloiis.
hsks aiiv nm.
Dm- Brad, with swallow fork la
JdlilCa Ddllj rl(bt ear for swes;rever
lor wethers. Boms ewes Boosts Crop snd BUI
In rt.at ear. Tar Brand Ul. Banc. Cram
Lake PostoBcs address, Lakovlew.Oregos
Brands with Crop ef tan
ear. Ball Cndarerop of
rl.at for awea : r.i arse lor wsthcrs Tar Brano
W. Bans. Flak Cra.k. foatoBra a4Srea
times they may be had with nn Infu
slon of Cotswold or Shropshire blood,
which makes them all the more val
uable for the fsrtn purpose. The, In
experienced shepherd should avoid
lambs or yearlings, snd no one should
from choice buy ewes past four years.
The young ewes that have never lamb
ed are certain to give more or lesa
trouble at their first lambing.-Penn
Wonderful Mutton Farm.
The ram In the picture, held by Dan
Taylor, who Is known as a shepherd
berever sheep are ahowu la this
country. Is Wardwell's Tryaull Cham
pion. He Is now two years old and Is
heifers rather young, aud sometimes
this Is carried to extremes purposely
or unintentionally, and the II rut calf
Is very smnll and ihisnIIiIv not aa
well develocd as Is deslrabte, and
under theno conditions we should not
raise the first calf. If the calf Is of
a fair stse, well developed and Is pos.
scaaed of sis or eight good Incisors,
there Is no reasou for rejecting It, so
far as the calf Is coix-erued. There Is,
however, another reason why tlio
first calf Is not so desirable, and that
Is the entirely unknown dntry quali
ties of the dam. It Is certainly alwnys
more desirable to raise a calf from a
dam that has proved her worV L.
W. Light. r In National Stock inn u aud
A Grand Hal. tela.
Tbo Illustration shewa the $S.U00
llolsteln-Prleslnii cow Pontine Rag
Apple. With the bluest of the bovine
blood In her reins snd with a record
or production that has Jumped In three
years from 100 to 270 to 3m quarts ef
milk per week. It Is !e!teved that
this cow will soon easily carry away
the world'a houors.
Oue of Hag Apple's records Is forty
four quarts of milk a day for 100 days
tat a stretch. Another Is the produc-
The latest turndown collars are helni
worn aa high aud aa closely fitting ai
r ' k .fB.
We have a full set of My sell-Rollins
Sc. Co'e., samples of Stock Certificate
and bonds, with price list. If you
are organizing a stock company get
our prices on stock certificates, tf
Family liquors at Post & Kings
$1 ,250 Reward.
fa Hartley coaniy
Lit Stock sworia
tion. ot which I au
member, par. I'-1
reward for eTldanci
leading to the roi.
Ylctlon ol partle
lootlne to Its men
ber. In addition
offer M0 reward
Horse brand bow
.hoe bar on either
or both law. Re
corded lnSeonntiai I
ante. Ham . Lake snd Crook Counti.- I
Bone, vented when sold. Horses sold to past
throng n int. section win o reported in tni
paper. If not ao reported, pleaae write or tele
phone Ths Time. Hera)d, Main P?4, Burs., Ore
(on. W, w .Brown, Burn., Ora-
1 will give MOO reward for inform
ation that will lead to the discovery
of any horse branded with an obi
horseshoe brand on both Jaws, placed
aa In the cut Id this advertisement.
with fresh triangle brand underneath
the horseshoe. The triangle placed
in sucn a manner aa would eover ti
a bar on both Jaws. Animals must
be found la the possession of some
person or persons.
of roNau amv sin 8AM, Mac
possible, and the thin material of
' which they are made that Is, tba turn
over part-prevents them from being
I Large ateevsa that attain tba propor
tions of balloons may be upon ns la
the fall. ,
I Light biscuit, sand color, putty and
I similar ahades are prominent amoaj
' the new leather belts, and they barmo-
nlse well with the pongees and other
i fabrics of thla tons that are so popular.
Pongee trimmed with light brown
i silk Is a pronounced favorite of tba
season. The gowa Illustrated la of thla
fnafjkHal A I.I . 1 a . . t. . ti
i!lirrre Raw AnnW i " vu uw vunmt
iiriZ .'u reidpS ' i' r i??tLir.
uim, iim tuna vi riuonn lona UBw
bowa JUDIC CnOLLET.
rOKTIAC RAO AFI LS.
tlon of 81.G2 pouuds of butter per j
week, less than three pounds below
the chsmplonMhlp mark of 84.81 '
As to her
standa high In the stock breeding
world, ber sire being Pontlac K Ion
dyke, the son of lk-lie Klondyke, on
of the most noted llolstelns lu ths
country, and her dam being P. Clotilda
de Kohl, the daughter of Ilengerwold
de Kohl, who waa the brother of tha
greatest airs of ths Holstcln Frleslaa
breed that ever lived.
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To All Our
The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation,
Edited by an Able Corp ofj Writers.
The American Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journaljpub
lished. It fills a position of its own and has taken the lead
ing place in the homes of rural people inj'every section of
the United States. It gives the farmer and his family
something to think about aside from the hum
drum of routine duties.
CHAMPION SIlItOWHIllB 11AM.
used as a sire this year. He -was
grand champion and won the silver cop
at the Michigan stste fair last rear
He ha Just !een shorn, aud the Pic
ture shows bis wonderful mutton form,
broad chest and benutlful head. "
Henry I,. Wardwell of New York
state, writing to C'ouutry Ccntlemsn.
says be selected this ram last year as
the hot he suw In England, and be
expects Trysull to prove a wonder.
Feeding Lambs Higher In Pries.
Report n from the ranges Indicate that
feedlDg lambs are being contracted for
October delivery at $5 to $5.50 per
hundred pounds. A few contracts have
been luudc around $3 per head, but
this included cows as well as lambs.
These prices are said to be 25 cents to
50 cents higher than a year ago. Buy
ers are not buying as liberally as a
year ago, and the Indications are that
there will be a larger busluess on the
open market lu Denver than lust year,
msny fowlers preferring to take their
chances on the market while condi
tions are oh at present. The. outlook
Is for cheap bay. with a big croo of
grain and probably a largo corn crop.
Lnder those conditions feeders are
more inclined to take chances, but
prices are so high that many feeders
have already commenced plans to feed
Every Issue Contains an Original Poem by SOLON L. GOODE.
Within the Next Ninety Days We Offer
TWO For the Pake Of One? TflC County Examiner
The Leading County Fapcr 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, Lakevlew, Oregon.
Feed For Lata 8ummar Pigs.
In answer to the questlou "What Is
the best ration for lato summer pies
(July and August) through the winter
when Intending to have them ready
for the market about the 1st of April
or May? William Dietrich of Illinois
sflj s lii tli breeder's Gazette, Chicago:
The best ratiou for late summer pigs
as well ns pigs of un.v other Benson Is
that which furnishes the proper amount
of protein, carbohydrates and bulk. A
pig has only one stomach, and this u
comparatively smnll one, therefore It
Is not adapted to roiighnges and mir '
be fed largely on cenecntriitecl feed'..
However, If a pig under five or hIj
months of itg Is given a full rjitlon of
concentrated feeds It will invariably
eat too much. Therefore the ration fur
pigs of this ago should either be I'lu-
ited or el e hIiouUI contain a sufllrii'it'
quantity of a roughage like clover, al
falfa or wheat bran, so that the di
gestible, nutrients will ! limited tu
the proper amount. 'iydraie.)
may be obtained froi.i I'rotclu
may be ohtulued from : i . .1 feeds a-t
Iklm tii!l':, soy beam, cowpea, clover.
alfalfa, ii.-i! If one chooses to pntroni.
coiiiiiii'K ,a feed dealers he may iisi
tank ::g , niliueul. wlieat middlings titd
to a kI .-lit extent wheat braa. -
Kindness to ths Cow.
Kindness Is an ehlclcut aid In In-
I creasing the milk yield and cimLs noth
ing. The more the milker csn tuske
his cows admire him and feel comforta
ble around him the more milk they
will yield to bliu. Investigations show
that a large proportion of the milk Is
secreted In the cow during the opera
tion of milling, especially tlie rich
milk, which cornea last. Any abuse or
excitement reduces the secretion aud
not only lowers the quantity of inllk
given, but often lowers (be percentage
of butter fat. Kindness and pettlnf
mako the cow contented and put ber
nervous system In sorb condition that
the fullest yield of milk will be given.
This Is not the only caufce, but probably
the chle csuse, of the wide variation of
butter fat, which, la shown by tests to be
due to the hurrying of cows, allowing
the doga to bite them and apeak mg, to
them roughly, all of which will reduce
the milk yield and the percentage of
butter fat. A change of milkers will
often lower the amount of butter fat
until the cow becomes fond of tba now
milkers-Professor Oscar Erf.
WHIMS AND FANCIES.
Water For Dairy Cattla.
It' Is absolutely essential for tha
highest milk production for an animal
to have good clean water and plenty
of It, aays Irofeesor Erf. About 87
per cent of the milk Is water, and if
the cows' supply of water Is limited
the milk yield Is proportionately re
duced. It pays to furnish pure, pala
table water la summer aa well as In
winter. Cows should not be allowed
to stand In ponds of water which be
come so filthy that the cow frequently
will not drink enough to maintain a
full milk flow. Buch water Is liable
to taint the milk, and some of the filth
which collects on the cow's body while
standing In the water is apt to fall lu
the pall during milking. Milk contam
inated In thla way will frequently taint
tha entire output of the herd or of the
Summer Comfort Tor Cslvss.
If kept In (Iran, airy box stalls dur
ing the aummer calves will do better
than If allowed to run out and
fight flies In the hot sun. They should
be given a drink of water at noon and
should have access to salt at will,
They should also have some grass
or green oats cut and given them
every duy. They should not be given
very much at a time, not more than
they will eat up clean before tho nstt
tune of feeding.
The Qrssteat Lssk.
Watch for tho leaks on the farm.
The greatest leak is the cow that can
not make a profit. Let ber go to ths
butcher, as she may make profitable
bologna. Injudicious feeding is another
big lesk. Allowing tho liquid manure
to leach and wash away is another,
and there are a few others. Stop ths
leaks that wasto dollars while yos
Parlslsn Nsckwesr Colored HanrfVer.
shlsfs Fee Nssk Fix Inge.
A great variety of laundered collars 1
proves the fsvor with which this sUff
ly starched piece of neckwear la re
garded. A novel bit of lingerie la tba
I'arlslan collar of fine white linen, tba
upper part tucked vertically In groups '
of three narrow tucks. Halfway of tta
length the tucks are released and tha
fullness flares out, giving the effect of t
a waving frill, making It much, mora
becoming than the rigid outline of a
straight band of starched linen.
More and more one sees delicate bits
of colored contrast osed In embroideries
on turnover collars and r a bats, la col
ored edges on tba butterfly neckties
and frilly front plaits that go with
certain style of wash blouse that ta a
great favorite' with the younger girls.
Colored bordered and embroidered
handkerchiefs are equally populsr, and
these, by the wsy. are eaally .trans
formed Into bewitcblngly , pretty neck
fixings. ' t
Buch bttarre sleeves are being worn, 1
soma of them be Lay dMwn down under '
tha high belt and fattened with but
tons to th skirt, some draped across
on to the back of the bodice. They are .
more like draperies than sleeves. ,
Touches of black are Introduced up
on gowns this season ' regardless or
ton TBI oCTbOOB OIHO-53SO, 518&.
their color or fabric. In fact, velvet
ribbon In very dark colors Is among
the smart decorations, but when light
er colors are used they are a shade1
darker than the material. '
Oowns of chiffon cloth often have
trimmings of course embroidery out
lined with little traceries of black'
lace ribbon, itu a white model adorn-i
ad with vaudyked flounces of course
embroidery the traceries are very ef-
A golflug gown is seen In this cut of
mustard colored linen trimmed with1
white frills. While all the tan, brown'
ind mustard shades are smart, there Is
t decided feeling for blue, dull green
ind raspberry rid.
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