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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1909)
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Best Buys in the County
:L'0 acres finely improved farm and all stock and implements
7C( acres fruit ami rain land near New Tine Creek. Will double in six months.
ItiO acres choice valley land suitable for alfalfa, etc. J,
1 1 70 acres choice fruit land in douse Lake Valley only 8." per acre.
Uusincss lUock in Lakeview renting for $ l ." per niontli.
Lots in Drcnkel's Addition with SI 0(H) restrictions.
Homestead lclinuishmcnt ( miles from Lakeview.
SOUTHERN OREGON REALTY CO..
Umbach Block, next door to Board of Trade Room, Lakeview, Oregon.
77?7?7VCES Metropolitan Hank cc Trust Co,. Los
Cal., l'njaro Vallev Hank. Watsonvillo, Cal.. Hank ol (Kttaid, ( Kuard, Calif.
Investigation as to the MERRILL BUSINESS
Cause of Sheep Poi- MEN ENTERPRISING
son in g in Lake County Send 0utLocaI Paper t0
(Jilbert 1. Brown, actio supervisor
for Fremont Natioual Forest, witti
headquarters at Lakeview addressed
the followiog letter May 3rd to Prof.
Pernott, Corvallia. in regard to
ebeep poisoning in this county:
On April 30, the (.tct achs of to
sheep were forwarded to you for diag
nosis. Sheep are still dying in the same
manner, hut all coccerned uave so
far been unable to determine the
1 have not as yet been able to ob
taio any information that would as
sist io determining the cause of death.
They first get stiff, lose control of
their legs and die in 18 or 20 hours.
Mr. Brown received the following
in reply from U. E. Bradley, of the
Oregon State Experiment Station un
der date of May 13, which will be of
interest to the sbeep men of this sec
Professor Pernott has asked me to
write you further concerning the
sheep poisoning question. As he ex
plained in his letter to you, we found
nothing on examining the stomachs
which you Inclosed, 'Lat would give
a clue to the po'soninir, as the only
abnormal condition noted was a
blackening cf the inner coating of the
stomach, which probably was a post
mortem conditiou. From your des
cription of the manner in which the
sheep died it seems very probable it
mubt be a poisonous weed which is
the cause of the trouble, and the two
weeds or plants obtainable at this
time of the year on the range that
are koonn to be cioisouous are lark
spur and the poison camas. The cm
teuti of the stomachs whii-h von nt
were very fine bo that it was diffi
cult to identify them by microscopic)
means. In bullet d 45 of the Mon
tana Statiou and bclletiu 113 of the
Colorado Statiou. as well as In the
year hook of the Department of Ag
riculture for 1900, descriptions are
given of investigtaions no larkspur
poisoning as well as other poisonous
plants obtainable ou the range. The
symptoms of larkspur poisoning are
stitfnesa of the limbs, great difficulty
in breathing, and the animal usually
dying in a short time in spasms.
The antidote as worked out by Chest
nut and Wilcox is a one per cent so
lution of permanganate of potash
mixed with a one per cent solution
of aluminum sulfate given to the
sbeep in the early stages of the pois
oning. These compounds are now fur
nished in capsules ready for use, I
understand. In cases where the sheep
Is in the last stages of the poisoning
a hypodermic injecion of a one
fourth or one third grain of atropine
sulfate, which is a powerful heart
stimulant, has been used succeno
f u II y. A dash of ammonia in the nos
trils has also been used in the last
stages of the poisoning.
An examination of the range where
the sheep are known to have been
poisoned will determine whether the
plants are obtainable there or not,
and a close observation of the sheep
in tending would also confirm the
inarter as to wherther either of these !
plan's have beeu the source cf the I
If we can assist in any way further j
in this matter 1 trust you will feel i
free to call upou us. ;
The Merrill business men are of a
wide awake and business-like sort.
iuaemuch as they are good advertisers
and also have subscribed for the local
paper to be eeut to hu&iuess men of j
the large cities of the Coast. There!
is no question but that a local paper
going to such men will have its influ
ence. Marshall Field, the great Chi
cago merchant, when he got an order
for goods on credit, always sent first
for the local paper. If it was well- I
patronized by the business men, ere- j
dit was granted, otherwise not. He
said no factor in a community indi-1
cated the worth of its people or of I
the business life of a town so surely J
as the local newspaper. If it was
handsomely printed, ably edited, and j
filled to overoflwing with home ad
vertising, you could bank your last
dollar on it being a live and bustling
town. Io this conection we will
say tbat we are doing our part and
doing it well for this town, but regret j
to say tbat not over half of the buis- i
ness mterests of the town take space
in these columns, which is their loss
if not our gain.
"The Home of Good Values"
For this week we offer special values in
This is house cleaning time and every
frugal housewife will appreciate this
chance to improve the appearance of her
home. Extraordinary values in Sheets,
Pillow-cases, and Bed-spreads.
Red Cross Shoes - Hanan Shoes
Bailey d: Massingill
The lion Ton is the name of the
Bills-ila rshman confectionery store
and icecream p&rlor.
Hili-Ht market price paid for lonjj
wool wheep peltH, by the Lakeview
Mercantile Co. Jtf
Summer hats at Lakeview
The Lakeview ball team weut to
Cedarville, Calif, yesterday, to play
at the tournament. The first prize is
84.. and the second one 1 00. The
boys hope io come back with the first
prize And here's hoping they will. t
The Mills "BSSS8
Just opened, electric light in each
room. Clean new beds, hot and cold
water. Reasonable rates. Quiet
neighborhood. Your custom sol icited.
Sali.-faetiou guaranteed. Look for
A. C. MILLS, .Proprietor
Mr. Sherman A. Brown was the
gueet of honor at a dinner given at I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. I
Musgrave Monday evening, June '21. '
Those preseut were: Sherman A.1
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mus-'
grave. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Payne,1
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. (Jrob, Mrs Eva
Marsters, Miss IJollie Vernon, Mis'
Vuda liouham, Gilbert L. Brown aud i
Karl Abbott. i
Mr. Brown departed Tue-sady morn
ing to assume his duties as deputy
supervisor on be Wallowa National
Fr rest, Oregon. He has been in our
rnidtt only a short time, but by his
constancy md honor has made manv
lasting friends whose best wishes go
" The first st raw berries of the season
were brougu to tow n yesterday, by
THE TWO K0RSE BRAH3
WANT KD liOAKI) JAM) BOOM
for two or three months by u young
married couple, preferably with a
good farmer's tamilv, close to Lake
view. Kmjuire at. Examiner office.
II y.A I. I NT UK
FOB NLE: Ki A CUES L M .
iiki icirflnii ul. timber mid i. allure.
All fenced, contains springs and
stream. Well sheltered. ideal for
fruit. 1" miles north of Lakeview,
on county loud. Knciiire ut Kxani
MIIK.AMINU (Ml It I IT I .
HIIEABINU AND DIPPING Ci;
i ll Kept l.y tes oiiMb e citw. No
rough wink nllowtd. Chiasm leii nin
Ml July 10 JOE AMMlOSi;
THK I OLA II'.LDKBS OF OREGON
Valley Land Co. contracts are per
fecting plans whereby each contract
holder may have his right looked
after and protected, and commence
to get returns on his investment at
once. Write for our plans and send
us the names of all contract holders
you know. lJU IT NOW. OBEGON
LAND CLUB, lola, Kansas.
1 0-acre tracts $200.00, payable $20.00
down, and $10.00 per month.
Orchards net $ 1 ,000.00 per acre Yearly. Now is your
Opportunity to Invest.
We have the richest lands, located in the best sheltered places in the Gold
en Goose Lake Valley, within 'J miles of Lakeview. Irrigation not necessary,
but an abundance of water for irrigation if desired, free of cost.
These tracts are tfoin fast, and it is possible they will not last long at
this price. If you want one or more of these farms, speak, quickly.
LAKEVIEW DEVELOPMENT CO
Bank References Lakeview, Oregon
AGENTS GET BUSY.
F.I. K TltH' I.K.IITM
NOTICL Whenever a patron dcHircH
service dineoiit inued, or chanueH
made in liiiipH, notice thereof must
be promptly sent to the Company;
otherwise c ii r r e n t will lie
charged for all wiring, electric llht
NocketH hii1 elect ric iroiiH, up I" the
time hiicIi notice In received at the
office of the Company. All electric
Irons, when ordered discontinued,
iniiHt be sent to the office, and a re
ceipt will be n'lven therefor, until re
iilewt for renewal of hiicli Her vice Is
made. All InmpH left burning beyond
t be time lor which they are rated,
will be churned for. Temporary of
fice, at Firt. National Bank, Lakeview.
X. 1'. J KNNON. Proprietor
.72 tf Kleclrlc Lltfht Co.
FOB SALK Went '., ol Sec. .!l, 'lown-Mliii.-!S.
ICaliKc I t Kuxl ut .Y per
acre, 7 mlleH from Lakeview, Orcein
Write or eniilre ot C. F. Klglu, c ue
of City Hall, Salem, H-eon.
'IT MB KB. CLAIM FOB HALL-IOi
iicreH yellow pine. h rnlleH from
Lakeview. Will cut :i. IMKI.IMKI feet,
(iood grazing land. Almudueii of
water on land. I'rice 15. m i ,(,r acre
II BOM tieroni the, IlrHt of Octnlier.
AddroHH The, Lxiuiiiner, Lakeview,
I FOB HALF AT ' a' bAB(';a'l
, Any one in market fur tlrnt clann fur
iiihIiciI nioiuing Iiihih hi Lakeview
call at Fxaininer olllctt fur particu
laiH. jl'OU KALK-ONF OBKOO.N V A L
i ley Land Contract at a preiniiiii, ol
'lift) if taken at once. Not delinquent
AddreMH Mrn. J. 1'oltn, WJN. Main,
l'ocafello, Iduho. 17.')
;.SIIKABI(1 COivKALK:-NOU IN
j xliape to ciiinnieiK e fheaiing at any
I time, (mod feed and good range.
IAIho diiiping vat. Kverythlrg tor
Khearlng ami dipping inlliht clnse
Uhape. MI.'H. KOSA McIA.MIlS.
M nMF.it iifmoii r
SlIMV.KIi liKSOKT:l ri-.i; l.
l mid up. (iooil Hulling an I huntliic.
! I'll" iiii.Ht heulthrnl plHie m Lake
county, or .l':iuthern Oregon, or
; Northern California. MBS. I;osa
XO'l'ICi: After the 1st day of Dec
ember. 1!)S, all hill 4 for electric
HkIKh iniiHt lie promptly paid on
or liefore the lot It day of each month
at the Fir! National Bank of Lake.
view. IM),. I'roii'ptucHH ill tliiM particu
lar will iiiHiire eontiniiance of t lie hit
vlci'. N. J'. J IONS FN, I'roprlelor
i!2-l tf Kleclrlc Light. Compai y.
NOTICK All Burned out or lirokcu
lampH iniiHt lie returned to the of.
(ice of the Company; other wIhc an
extra charKe. of 5 ccntH will lie. inado
on each new lamp.
X I'. JKNSKN. Proprietor
r,2tf Klectrlc LitihtCo.
FOB KALK ONK OF KUP.PBISF.
Valley'a ctioice. '2tHI acr farum near
Ft. Bidwell, Calit. (iood Iiouhh and
harn, orcliiird and lierriea. 'i: acreH
in grain ;'alfalfa ami wild hay grown
on place. All farm tool, work
horHCH. milch cowh, and hogH in
cluded. Fur particular!) lunpiira at
1VANTI i iiaoniiis
1 UKNISIIKIJ BOOMS TO Li:i
I'wupiire of Mra. K. I). Woodcoi-k.
nu mi i.i.
NOriCK--! will iihvk my Belly
('reek Haw mill in operation l y June
IhI. and will then tt prepared to fur
iiihIi ull kluda of rough lunihrr.
A. M. (i ALLACJKB.
1 HAVK A FKW O. V. L. CON
tract I can . 1 1 for Him prico of the
money paid in, tho piirclmaer abHiiin
ing the Imlauce. of tho oliligatioii.
Aai-igiiuient guranteHd. W. L.
BLINN, 210 Maaonio Temple, Bock
NOTICK All patroim hIioiiIiI pur
chaHe lampH of 1 he Company In or
derto wcuretlie lent lluhtH. No low
trrailo nor Inferior lamp mippllcd.
Any other make not coining up to
Hih reipilrementa mav lie cut out.
N. I'. JKNSKN. Proprietor
f'2 tf Klectrlc Unlit Co.
Fiction 1h atronger than truth in
spite of the proverb. Hero in a
striking exauiilo between "the way
it in in hooka" and real life. In
books thin in the method uaed :
"Outtiide, the wind moaned un
ceiiHlugly, ita voice now that of a
child which Buba to itnelf in the
ulght, now that or a woman who buf
fers her great pain alone, an woman
ban Biill'eied Hince life begun, an wom
an uiiiht miller till llfo weam to IU
wearv end. And miuglixj with the
wailing or the wind, ram foil heavilv,
iuterimtleiitly. like tears wrung from
the bouIh of Htrong men."
Jn real life we simply say:
I'OSTAi KIM! HAVE THE BKST
Kt'ade of Liijoui'H and t Igara to he
found In Oregon. tf
J. II. CHTLKU WHIhKY AT TUB
Hotel Lakeview liar. The lient hikI
pureat whlHky inade. tf
LOOK AT Til K NOTICE FOB BL
ward iHHiieil by the Telephone
Company for (IcHirtivliiK itn prop
erly. ' it;tl
Blue Prints Made
I will make Muh PrintM
any towtiHlilp of lam in the
Lakeview Land DlHtrlct. and
do aim tract work. Cull or
l l t4t
W. U. SNIUEK
lakeview . . Oregon