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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1907)
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Secretary of t'nin'u rve
Venpatton Warm-r. V. A IVnalan t'ominlssinne?
W. 8. Kiphartl 1' S. Land Commission
Moverac Uy. ft Ctiambrrlaui
Secretary of Siai
Unfit. Public liii'i n.
Dairy and Food i
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1w.l'e M. Sha
Wm. H. MimvI;
Ueo. H. Cortelyon
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K. A. Iliiehror
....J tin W llton
V . C. Mctcall
MNTllle W F'lllcr
r. A. M.Mir.
. ..r. I. Punlr
0. 8. Moore
.A. M. Crawford
I. II . Vckormai
...J. R. W hitno
....J. W. Hal'-J
Jahn M. Ocarl
'. W . Kii.ion
I Binirrr Henm
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LAKEVIEW. I'AISI.. V
A. W BRYAN Jroprietoi
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HINTS FOR FARMERS
sixth Ji'Dirui. M.frairr.
Judj-e II. L. Bi'inoi
Joint Senator Jobn A. Lavrot k
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I C. W. Dent
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Final I'rof oNollce.
IepartmeLt of the Interior, Laud
OtHce at Iakeview Oregon. Novem
Notice id hereby given that James
W. Stephenson of Lakeview, Oregon, (
has tiled notice of hid intention to!
rnaktt final Five year proof in support !
oi nia ciaiiu, viz: Homestead J-.ntry
No. 27:0 made Aug. '2H, W for the
SE4 S4' 8ee. ;"), Tp. 3H s., K.
E.Lota 3 and 4 & XK4. SV, Sectii.n
30, Township S.. llauge 17 E.. W.
! M., and that said proof w ill be made
herore Kegister and Receiver, a: Lake
view Oregon on 13, day of December.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, the land, viz: F.
O. Hunting, ( J. II. Newell, Dbd Chand
ler, Loreu Uailey, all of Lakeview
45 5 J. N. Watson, Register.
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Lake County Examiner.
To Obtain Fartlla Eggi.
The number of hens to Ih nllowol
with each itinle bird to obtain fertlld
egg tllfTers, of rniiPM', nccordlint to
the nature of the bird, but, as n ruin,
breeders-especially nuinttftirs - nre not
o cnreftil ns they inlglit be In Vils
tnntter. Home put only four liena wbh
a ciH'k, niul the rtNiilt N n number of
Infertile cg'.ri, whereas If seven to ten
hens w-pre the nuiuUr nearly evet.v
eg weuld prove fertile. There niv
nutiirnlly exceptions, but this Is cer
tainly the rule. A Cochin cock will
tnke from four to six hens and n
Ilriihiim from six to nine, while In 11
numlxr of the other breed one cock
with eight hen or even a dor.cn would
not he ton ninny. When fowl have a
large range, half as many more hens
may be 11 Molted to one mule bird and j presents,
the egg will prove more fertile. As it iiutfcrfly
, rule, however, from nix to ten lien It
, the moNt MuccoMHful uuinher. iiilx sub
I Jwt of mating Is not so well under-
stood an II mIiouIiI le. nud bmiler
should give more attention to the inal
' ter 11 lit by meant uf experiments ea
lly dlMcover the test nnmlx'r of hen
to one male bird milted to the particu
lar tweed they keep. London lllutriit
I The. Dry Cows.
There nre men so generous that they
I will nctually feed a cow on straw all
I winter and then swear at her hecuus
1 she doc not give more mill;. The
j winter time, when most of the cow
I nre dry. Is the I lute to prepare for next
' year's milk production. There I uolli
. lug surer than this fact: If a cow- run
down In tlcNli In the winter time, she
' will not In- a prolltahle milker during
' the next summer. That Is one of the
1 fundamental mistake wlilrh a great
111 ri 11 v of our dairymen an making
j with reference to the feeding of row.
I A givnt many farmer' cow are so
' thin lu the Hprlng that It take tlietu
j half of the Niimmer to recover from
j the bad ofTcet of I lie w inter. There U
j another reason, ami a very Important
one, that rows should ln fitl well dur
ing the winter time when they are dry.
It has liecu demonstrated that I lie rf-
feet of poor feillug upon 1 1 10 progeny
1 very marked, and one of the reason
j why so many row are unprofitable
; milkers I bei-ause they were not prop
erly fed when they should have Ih-vU.
Professor II. II, Ieaii, Ontario, Can-nda.
Hlnu For Chriatmaa Pranla -Small
Hata uatar On Naw Colora.
Long aleeved or elbow length corset
rover are worn under thin whIhI I tit
fall. Thee limy he pielllly. rullled la
front or trimmed with embroidery. A
cor;-t cover which I cr.v easily mini
nud one which 111 Hie figure well Is a
one pi model without shoulder or
underarm senilis It may be iiiado n
plain or 11 elaborate a one wlshea
and I usually llnKlied at the bottom
with beading through which tibhoii la
run. An attractive Mulsh I a button
holed scalloped edge ami small em
broidered eyelet hole, through which
the lihbon Is run and tied In a bow lu
An enterprising girl ha begun to
make a few of her simple (iu Utumi
She outline two pairs of
wing 011 white linen and
cuts them out. One pair of theso
wing she buttonhole all round with
w hite mercerized col ion and put lu
the- "eye" and line of the wing with
the rot ton. The other pair of wing
are neatly roll heiumed with n very
narrow vnl lace. Moth "filer" nre at
tached In the renter, nud the tiny
edge of lace I very pretty peeping out
from under the buttonholing of tint
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Oregon; publishes all the latest land and Stock news
of a territory embracing 200 miles square. Lake
County.s Olticial paper. The Oldest Newspaper in
Southeastern Oregon, established In 1S80.
Rrp lar Price per Year 2.00
The Oregon, California & Nevada
Livestock Protective Association
will give $1000 Reward for the ron
viction of any party or parties Meal
ing horses, cattle or mules belonging
to any of the follow ing.memlM-rH of
this Associat ion:
Cox & Clark, ( hewacan Land &
Cattle Co.. Ileryfoid lind A: Cattle
Co., Lake County L-iud A: Livestock
Co., Warner Valley Stock Co., Ceo.
W. Mopes, Wm W. P.rown, f ieo. M.
Jones, i ieo. Il;niklus. S. II. Chandler,
.1. C. Hodson, C. A. Rehurt, N. Fine,
Thus. Iliitton, W. A. Currier, Frank
1!. P.auei-s. .I.C. HotehkiHH, Calder.
w ood Rrns., T. . I. prat tain Son.-,
.lames M. Moore, A. J. Cecil, i'. A.
rump, W. '.. Moss.
Cressler Ac Ron tier, W. i'. Cressler
Aety .t liiiliam. Hill - Toncv.
I W. P. 1 1 Kitvroiin. Prcsidi
I F. M. Mii.i.i-:i:,SeciVTreas
J W. P. Ill KYI i:.
Fix.wck Cum. T. M. Ci(i:i;.
I S. I!. Cii AMii.l i:
lakeview Cigar Factory .
! Wormi In Horiet.
j The following Is a standard remedy
for worms In horses, say the Atlanta
' Constitution: One dram of tartar etuet-
Ic, one dram of copperas, two dram of
; cottousoed meal. Mix the nlmve and
1 give asoneilose night niul morning for
a week. Then give a purge of one
, ounce of spirit of turpentine and one
pint of raw linseed oil. After throe
i weeks rc-at the entire treatment 111
! order to destroy any worms that may
have hatched from eggs during that
time, because the medicine will not
j destroy the eggs. Inning the Interval
' hcttM-ct the two courses and for two
1 or three weeks after the last course
'give the follow lug 'tonic: Four ounce
of powdered saltpeter and four ouikvs
. of powdered copperas. Mix together
j ami divide Into twenty four powders
' and give one every night lu a small
Keep the Hogpen Clean.
Filth breeds disease In the hogpen
the same as In the poultry lot. If dirt
nud trash arc allowed to ai-iiimiilate,
Fou rim hmvui Mol.l.- .Vso'J.
ripper wings. A knot of (he linen
through which Is drawn a tiny pearl
buckle finishes (he work.
A prominent milliner say that sine
large hat and plum shade ure grow
ing common small shapes and oilier
Huts wilt soon have the lead,
ft will not be unusual to see a gray
coat and a blue skirt, brow n skirt and
black coat or other cuntrastlng effecta
this winter, for fashion sny that such
romblnatloiiH will be allowed.
The up to date doll has her walking
suit a well a lo-r Indoor frocks, and
the suit sis-n lu this Illustration I of
the Prince Chap sljle. which I suro
to please her little mamma There I
a box coat, anl Micrc I a plaited
skirt, each of which Is a replica of
those worn by the real "lady " It la
Diade of checked wool material, trim
B.ed with hands of the same.
Co Slpw In Salecting Your Winter
Suit Rage For Fancy Collars.
Just lit this simsiiu. when d ressniiik-
ars are vylm.-. with eiui other In tnrn-
lug out original dcslgit. the greatest
i rare should U- everelseif. niul the sensi
ble woman should oansi- a little for
thoiild be cleaned out every week, i he j eonslde ration, that she may choose cor
pigs run not remain hcall&y If they ; r,.,.,v f,. herself amid the great dl-
liave t eat uieir I I in nieir ow i : v,.rs, v v.irl. ly i-f modes th
tilth. When tie.- weather It dry scrap
(li.-.ease Is Mire to U the result. When
j there is all outbreak of disease one of
the very first things to do ks to clean
I things lu general. The small hogpen
111 ic i;t
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Uivoaii a trial. Kure in tha;rick
buildiug next door to Post & King'sa
loon, akeview, Oregon.
Eli Lew tun rant,
at all hours.
First class meals
THE FOL'R PUBLICATIONS MUST Be SENT TO ONE ADDRESS.
Lake County Examiner, Lakeview, Oregon,
Notice of Final Proof.
Department of the Interior, Land
Olllce ut Lakeview, Oregon, Oct. iW,
Notice is hereby uivon that Maiehull
W. Rowen, of Paisley Oregon, has
filed notice of his intention to make
final Computation proof in support of
his culim, viz: Homestead entry No.
:1504 made Oct. Pi, V.Hto, for the S1.;
NWJi and N,'i SVV'4', Section 4, Town
ship 35 K., Range 17 K, W. M , and
that said proof will bo made before
Register and Receiver, at Lukveiew
Oregon, on 10th day of December.
He names as witnoHuoa to prove Lis
continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, the land, viz: Mike
Dooher, Klamath Falls Oiogon, (!.
Ii. Dusenbery, Paisley. Ojwjii. H. L.
Wood, Rly, Oregon. U IJ. White
house, Paisley, Oregon
J. N. Watson, RetjiHter. 44-5.
the trush together with a scoop and
throw It out of the pen. Nothing !a
lost by occasionally giving the pea a
sweeping with a course broom. This
hhoiild especially be done If the Jlg
ar expensive full lilissls.-Chleagix In
Piga Need Warm Shelter.
A fall litter of pigs can.iot le ralM-d
In ipiarters where th lemperuture Is
liable to make exlreiue changes. It Is
us essential to avoid au extreme change
from the proper to the Improper tem
perature as It Is from a proper to Im
proper ration. As a rule, aheds which
are open at one side and both ends are
far from satisfactory. Tbry should bo
ho constructed that they tan be closed
if necessary during cold periods.
The best method of kUling poultry lit
to dislocate the uecka, and once th
knack is acquired it la a slmplo meth
od. The legs are hold in ona hand ana
the blrd'a neck is taken In the other,
and by a quick movement this la
elongated so that It is quite dislocated.
After this a sharp penknife is inserted
through the roof of the mouth to allow
the blood to pass away freely. It U
best to pluck Immediately.
Value of the Separator.
Professor Fckles, the well known
dairy expert connected with tho Mis
souri experiment station, says: "Hy
using the separator from one-fourlh to
one-third more butter can be made
than when the cream is raised by
gravity lu tho common crock or pan.
That Is to say, four cows with a sep
arator ure -iual 1o five similar one
Where ear corn Is being led the robs
should be raked up freipiently and
burned lu a slow fire. This slow lira
can be secured by barely covering the
cobs with earth. This will produce a
pice lot of charcoal which the pigs
set-in to relish and which nets us a
general TonUitioner upon their system.
Folds nod tucks y(ay i: o 1 1 1 1 ( ortant
part lu all the kouiis or the season
mid ale ivgulaled m In sl.e b t ie mi-ti-lio
I employed lu their makeup
The rage for dainty fancy cellar of
formal shape is leiabated. and all man-
A H1MH.E COAi'-.1790. ,
ner of laces nro belni; used on them.
Tho butterfly bow Invariably matches
the lace or else is embroidered to
match tho design ou the collar. Tho
materials of the embroidered collars,
whether heavy or thin, show tiny scal
lops or points at tho edges; the bow is.
edged like It, and the effect is voryj
(Simple routs nro ulwaya becoming to,
llltle Klrls. The one Illustrated Is very!
Ktaceful. it Is made of broadcloth,'!
Willi trimmings of velvet and soutache
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