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FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
Don't put croquettes In lard until
blu smoke rises from It to sbnw It to
absolutely boring. Too low a tettipers
ture menus greasy, Indigestible try
ing. . . , .
Don't attempt to fry anything until
the lard la first tested on a piece of
stale bread. If It turns a clrar golden
brown at oik you art safe In begin
ning. Don't forgot to clarify and atraln
your fat after It baa been used and
eiive H for tlia npit time. Only a
wnstoful cook throws away her frying
nintorliil after It tiaa dona duty but
i ii i rorgei 10 nave neavy Drown pa-
,r ... a r..n..rr n u, . or ue rauge,
and put your fried things Into It as
mm as done. Tbe pbimt absorbs an;
For clennlug windows some people
Use atimionln In tbe proportion of one
tablespoouful to a gallon of water, but
the work run be performed quite as
efficiently and much more quickly by
using c leti ii water and two good cham
ois lest hem, one for washing tht
glass and the other for polishing It
Bee that tbe wash leathers are quite
clesu, and do not make the glsss so
wet that the water drip from It Have
plenty of clean water and change It
frequently. I Hp the chamois In this
and rub the panes, taking care that
the corners are not forgotten. Wring
the cloth tightly and go over the sur
face of the glsss a second time. Then
polish with the other wash leather.
When a child la seised with convul
sions, that most dreaded of Infantile
diseases, carry It Immediately into the
open air and the convulsion may soon
cease. If the weather be cold be sure
to keep the body well covered, but
give the air free access to bead and
Croup, which so often attacks chil
dren In winter, la caused, nine times
out of ten, by the Impure air In tbe
bouse. )Mn the windows and admit
plenty of fresh air. and you will And
the breathing relieved and la moat
easea the services of a physician not
A simple, but nevertheless practical,
clothesline bolder, which Is a decided
Improvement on the common hook
usually attached to the fence to sup
port the clothesline, Is shown here
with. With the ordinary book the
rotie must I tied to prevent slipping
wiicn the clot lira are on the line, tbe
weight forcing the rope off tbe book.
With this hook the greater the weight
TUB Bun CANNOT BLU
the tighter tbe rope Is held In the
bolder. Tbe latter Is In two sections.
Pivoted to tbs bracket Is a cam, which
serves ss the hook for the rope. The
latter Is csught In tbe book and the
end Inserted In tbe opening between
the book and the bracket Naturally
tbe greater tbs pull on the rope tbe
more firmly will the book be forced
sgalnat tbe bracket, preventing the
rope from slipping out of position.
, , Te Remove Tea tains.
If you And boiling water poured
through tbe stain does not remove It,
try equsl psrts of chloride of llms and
Ml soda or baking eoda either one will
answer tha purpose sy two or two
and a half tableapoonfuls of each dis
solved In about three quarts of boiling
water. Dip the stain Into this solution
'and then wash In the usual way, using
oft water. You will find that this will
remove a stain of long standing or one
that has been set by being washed In
soapsuds. If you bsve washed an
article and had tbe trimming fade and
run, the above solution will remove all
traces of It
Select medium sited aweet potatoes,
boll until done, tske out and cool and
remove the akin. Have an egg beat
en with a dash of salt and pepper, cut
tbe potatoes In half lengthwise,, dip
In the egg. dust with granulated sugar,
arrange In a generously buttered pan,
put In oven and bake until brown.
Tea and Coffee Pots.
. Never wash tea or coffee pots with
water In which there to soap. When
they become badly discolored All with
cold water In which Is dissolved a ta
blespoonful of powdered borax, and
beat slowly until tbe water bolls. Rinse
thoroughly with hot water .and dry.
Always dry ou the back of range.
Ammonia Per Silver.
A teaapoonf ul of bouaebold ammonia
In warm ends will clean silver thor
oughly and make it very brilliant If
the silver Is chased uae a small brush.
Rlnso lu hot water and dry with a
linen towel. Ammonia to also excel
lent for polishing glassware.
'elltlen far l.lniar I.ihm.
In tba County Court of tlia Mate of
Oregon, For tba Coun y of Lak.
In tba matter ot tha ap-)
plication of M.U. Currier, )
for a license to ell spirit-)
uoua, malt, and vinous) Petition
liquors, elo , at 1'elsley)
precinct, Lake County,)
We, tba undent!, ned residents and
IngHl voters of I'slsley 1'reclnct, Lake
County, Oregon, do moat respectfully
petition thht tbe Honorable County
Court of Lake County, Oregon, grant
a license to M. C. CCKIUKK to
spirituous, malt and vinous liquors,
I and fermented cider, commonly railed
bard cider. In Quantities less than one
Kon,Mt said I'ataley Precinct of said
i Coltty for th )erod of ,,x niontbs,
. ... .
and your petitioners will ever pay.
Frank C Miller
t E Harper
U 6 Farra
W II McCall
J C Angell
K V lleudersou
II J I'etrie
C L Withers
John 8 Kprague
C W Withers
() W Hanan
W F Welch
Jus. M lievll
11 E Hanan
Ma Neil Clark
It N Fbelps
Lieo F Watson
II W Farrow
W M Marstera
Jan. 8 Wakefield
F W banister
W II Tucker
W W Hamptou
L A Moss
J W Dununely
0 M llauan
R U Adams
S U lladley
Geo. Dm mm
J A Durham
K B Jackson
8 8 Haolster
II T Stanley
J V Farra
Ceo. R Loucks
O W Cooley
John Drumm sr.
F II Price
T W Johnson
J K Danister
J J Moore
W S Ulair
J A Drumm
T C Jobuson
M C Currier
STATE OF OREGON, )
COUNTY OF LAKE.)
I, M. C. Currier, beiog first duly
aworn, depose and aay : The forego
ing petition containa an actutl major
ity of the wbole number of legal vot
ers of Paisley Precinct, Lake Conuty,
Oregon ; that each of tbe namea there
to is genuine, and was actually algned
by tbe owner thereof; that each of
the persons whose name are signed to
said petition, la at tbe date bereor,
and was at the time be signed the
aame, an aul.ial resident of said pre
Inct for mire than thirty days Im
mediately preceding the date on
which be s gued ssld petition.
M. C. CURRIER.
Stilwcribed and sworn te before me
this 4th day of January, 1908,
Notary Public for Oregon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that,
the undersigned, M. C. Currier, will
apply to the County Court of Lake
County, Oregon, on tbe Otb day of
March, l'JOH, for a license to sell spir
ituous, malt and vlnoua liquors, aud
fermeuted cider, in quantities less
than one gallon at Paisley Precinct,
Lake County, Oregon, for the period
of six months. M. C. CURRIER.
In tbe County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lake County.
In the Mutter of tbe Estate of,)
CHARLES T. THOMPSON,)
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given tbat tbe un
dersigned, William Wallace, Adminis
trator of tbe Estate of Charles T.
Thompson, deceased, bus filed with
the County Clerk of Lake County,
Oregon, bis Final Account as such
Administrator, and tbat tbe Hon. 11.
Daly, Judge of the above named
Court has fixed Friday, March Ctb,
1908, at tbe bour of ten o'clock A. M.
of said day, at tbe Court Room of tbe
County Court of Lake County, Ore
gon, in the Town of Lakevlew, Ore
gon, aa the time and place for bearing
of objections to said Final Account,
If any there be, and for tbe Battlement
This Notice is published In the
Lake County Examiner, a nswsiaper
published weekly at Lakevlew, Lake
County, Oregon, for four successive
weeks, beginning with tbe Issue of
said paper of January 23d, 1908, by
order of Hon. B. Daly, County Judge
ot Lalse County, Oregon.
Dated and first published this 23rd
day of January, 1908.
Administrator of the Estate of
t-S Charles T. Thompson, Deceased.
Not co tor" Publication.
Department of tbe Interior, United
States Land Oflloo, Lakevlew, Oregon,
Deo. 2!!. 1907. - . - ...
NOTICE is hereby given that the
State of Oregon has, under the provi
sions of the Act of ' Congress ot Aug
ust 14, 1818, and the aots supplemental
and amendatory thereof, made
application for the following de
scribed unaproprlated, non-mineral
surveyed publio land as Indemnity
for losses to its grant for common
school purposes, to wit : P7
List No. 242, for NEjTNEx sec,
2ft, T., 33, 8. K. 14 R NW quarter
BVV quarter, and NE quarter SW
quarter, Seo. 0, T. 38 8., R. 18 E;
and SB quarter NE quarter, Sec- 3,
T. 33, S. K. 15 K, W. M.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tbe above described lands are
requested to file in this oflloe their
said claims on or before tbe 21st day
of February, 1908.
A Reliable fi. .,
Eli's Cream Balm
H auk! If skMriMd.
fttllof si Onto.
It clean, soothes.
Deals sad tirotecta
the diseased mem
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brane remitting from Catarrh and drives
sway a Cold In the Head quickly. Restores
the Benswof Tto and Hinclf. Full six
60 eta. at DniKKlfiU or by mi). Liquid
Cream Halm for ue in atomizers 75 eta.
Ely brothers, M Warren Htreet, New York.
Taw laTtthn rape at tht
t ParfSf Csmst
TV Sffii Pnndsco
Tbe vary seal wawkry Newspaper
rubltahod ss Ike asdre West
$1.50 a Year
tarlaiUa inlij, aa ear rt of tha
Uuilad Slaiaa, Caaaaa aaaMaxiaa
It Is beet saoaaaa. beside
printlnr all the of the worts'
eoh weak la an Inisrastlnf way
ens' islly Illustrating many
jrtldai. it Has apodal aVaparv
S'.a da ro tad la -
ACR I CULTURE
Theoe are sroaldad ever Br
od'tors having a uWoafh kaowU
edge of thalr apooialttos. Tha
cafes devoted lo Agrenlruro,
Horticulture, Poultry sad Live
Stook art well llluatrated and
II., ad with matter of tha greateal
Intersil te alt engaged la these
industries, every Uae bolag
rtttcs by theoe who are la eloeo
louoh with eoadltl a prwraillog
oa this Coast. ,
SEND FOR SAMFU COPT.
It will bo seat free.
Showing the UwHe4 Stetoa, Do.
minloa of Cesada aad NarOWa
Mexioe oa mm atate, UAP OF
THE WORLD, seseoattag te view
la rava sfdaaoee snap, with all
aroaa la trot NvpMtat. the aa
ttre serfaee ef ate Earth eat Am
Soarf S3 bsmI fwt s Mas asW
"WoeaJy CWoatohr" Bar onto year.
Mstage insets' oa aUa asU
The Dtftj tnd IStp
Only taS a Year
The Oregou. Callfurnla & Nevada
Livestock Protective Association
will give $1000 Reward for the con-
vlctlon of any party or parties steal
ing horses, cattle or mules belonging
to any of tbe following members of
this Association: ,
Cox &. Clark, Chewacan Land &
Cattle Co., lleryford Land & Cattle
Co., Lake County Land & Livestock
Co.. Warner Valley Stock Co.. Wra
W. Brown, Geo. M. Jones, Geo. Han-
kins, 8. B. Chandler, O. A. Rehart, N.
Fine, W.A. Currier, Frank B. Bauers,
J. C. Hotchklss, Calderwood Bros.,
T. J. Brattaln & Sons, T. A. Crump,
Cressler & Bonner, W. T. Cressler
Maud I. I'.ambo.
n-nrr., W. P. IIebtforo. Presld't.
UFFItERaF. M. Miller, Sec & Treas.
IW. P. Hertford
Finance Com. IF. M. Green
I S. B. Chandler
Notice lor Publication.
To Geo. II. Ayres, Uus Sohlagel
A. C Lowell, and AL Farrow:
You are hereby notified : T batl
bave expended 1100.00 one hundred
Dollars iu labor and Improvements,
upon tbe Monarch Mining claim, lo
cated in the Paisley Mining District,
as will appear by certificate filed in
the offloe of tbe County Clerk of said
County, in order to bold said premis
es under the provisions of section
2124, revised Statutes of the United
States, being the amount required to
bold the same for the year ending
December 31st. 1907. and if within DO
days after this notice, by publication,
you fall or refuse to contribute your
proportion of suoh expenditure as a
oo-owner. your interests in a!d claim
will become tbe property of the sub
scriber under said section 2324.
3 3m Stephen (Jay lord.
Subscribe. tor Tbe Lake County Ex
aminer, lffyou want the news;
Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treat.
meut by the agreeable, aromatic Ely's
Cream Halm. It is received through ins
noetrils and cleanses aud heals the whole
surface over which it diffuses itself. Drug,
gists wll the 60o. size. Test it and you
are sure to coutiaue the txeutmeut till re
To acoommodnte those Who are partial
to the use of atomiser in applying liquids
into the niuiul passages for catarrhal trvu
blft, the proprietors prepare Cream Balm in
liquid form, which will be known aa Ely's
Liquid Cream balm. Price including the
spray iug tuba is 75 cents. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid form emlHMlies the med
tuiuul properties of the solid preparation.
s LAKE VIEW
S. F. AHLSTROW,
The best aivf-nA
die on the market.
Also a complete line of wago
and buggy baraewa, whin
& robes, rlatas, bits, spurs,
'julrts, roeet tee, In fact every
ming in ine line oi carriage
and horse furnishings. Re
patrlg by competente mn.
RECTED IN 1900
For COnnERCIA Ckmtr.
1 KAVtLtK i'itYV.
TREAT M N
SeSIow LIGHT & HARROW. Proprietors
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to onr
health, is the one on which we be
came acquainted with Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the psinless purifiers that
cure headache and biliousness, and
keep tbe bowela right 25o at Lee
Heall's Drug Store.
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
f REE Knowing v 'iat It was to suf
fer, I will give FREE OF CHARGE,
to any afflicted a positive cure for
Eczema, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Piles and Skin Diseases. Instant re
lief. Dont sutler longer, "Write F. W
WILLIAMS. 400 Manhattan Avenue,
New York. Enclose Stamq.
J. U. Cutter whiskey at the Bote
Lakevlew bar. Tbe best and purest
whiskey made. tf.
Tbe Examiner prints township plats,
and makes them into books to order, tf
LAKb COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
ever made in Lake County, and every Deed given.
In transcribing the records we have found numerous
mortgages recorded in the Deed record, and not indexed; and
many deeds are recorded in the Mortgage record and other
books. Hundreds of mortgages and deeds are not int'exed
at all, and ate most difficult to trace up from the records!.
Others cannot find them. We have spent hundreds
these errors, and we can guarantee our work.
J, D. VENATOR,
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Farmers, have yor butter wrap
pers printed at The Examine office,
Instead of sending away for them.
Ton keep your money at home, and
patronize them that patronize you,
besides, you see what you are get
ting and don't have to pay for It tf
tt doesn't suit you. tf
Baantls yf IM sM V" Haw Alrm Bwfl
Tbe Examiner has a supply of fir s
class butter wrapper paper on band
now, at tbe following prices: For 500
wisppers, printed, tZ6, ' for ItCO
printed M.50. tf
S. F. Ablstrom, the saddler, has re
ceived a new shipment of gloves, the
best in the market. If you wan
gloves good ones call at be A hi
strom Harness Shop. 39 tf.
A COMPLETE RECORD S
e have made an entire transcript of all Records in L ike Count v
which, in any way, affect Real Property in the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
notations of all these Err
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Blueprlntsof any town
ship In the Lakevlew
Land District can be had
by applying to the under
signed. All work up to
date. Checkings made
from the Land ON
flee Records at the time
the prints are made, work
neatly and promptly
W. B. Snider.
United States Court of Claims
The Publishers of Waeotar latanMtkaaf
Dictloaary B kwe tbat It " K la f act.tb Bfo
lor L'nairkl(red tborourhlr re-edltd inorarw
k-tail. and vantly enricbed In erery jmr willj
I lie purpre tif aaaptlDB It to meet tha larnw
and severer requirosaeoU of aootber genera
We are of tbe opinion that this anna-atrra)
mnet clarly and aceuratnlf dwnnibae tt4
work that has beea aceoraptlflhed an4 tAs
reaultthatbMbwamtGbed. The iMrtKmar
ns it now stands, has been tBorooa-bly ro
edited In ever detail, baa been corrected ta
every part, and la admirably adapted to soeea
tba larirer and aeverer requiromenta ef
treneration which demando more of pojmhur
philological knowlediro than any (eoevaiau
tbat the world oaa ever eontal ned.
It Is perhaps needieM to add that ire refer
tn the dk-tkmarv in our Judicial work aa of
; I he hirbmt authority In accuracy of deftuk
: tion : and that In the future as in the past ft
I ariii be too source of constant reference.
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