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011 ICIAL DIRECTORY
Willam H lull
. .Inn S. she. roan
Finland-' '. K tun
.. ..Jacob P Incklnmiii
lironte w- W irkcodiain
. .Frank H, Hn heock
ocor-e Von 1.. Mcvcr
. . Kh hard A. Ia1lni.-r
James w iiaon
I hartc Nati l
Melville . Fuller
ice I'rcjtMl. ''
twt-iarj ii I iry
Bwrctary ol W r
A liorni i.cncral
PoMinaatf r Ociicral
Pecrciaryol Nar ...
secretary ol AkMcnltnre
eoreirry of commerce .
eMathn Warner. V. S. Vonnon loinmiwionet
W.S. KUtiardu I'. s. l'l roromlndonci
re'ary ot State
8ufi. I'uhlle lnatrviclton
Dairy ami Food Com
F. W. 11. i iion
........ F. W. Benson
. .' ... . Oco. A. Meel
A. M. Crawford
J. H Acaerman
. Y. S. luiniwav
J. W. Bailey
Jnhnolhati Moiine. Jr.
Oeo. A. t'nambrrlain
i W. '. Haw lev
I W. K. c:u
kiome Course in
XIII. How Animals Grow
By C. V. GREGORY,
Agricultural liWUion. lobva State Collect
CpDvrlfhi. 1P00. by Amrrlcin Pre Aaaoclallon
Cbl t JlllttcO.
R. S. Hean
F. A. Moore
f Robert Kakin
Twill K. Kin
) . T.Siaur
i i rv jrniciAL pisTsict.
Ueo. H. NolnBil
.'. . 0. V. blukkeudall
, O. HJierrjrins
t H. A. ,
F. W. Fayuc
t , o. Abmiroui
A. J. FoMcr
R. H. Jacmon
i C. A. Kenan
j H R. Herjrl.nl
W in. Frouuioot
TOW N OF LA KVIEW.
Hsr- Bailey Ma.oi
J. '. Watson i
J. 8. Lane j
ay. B. binder
C 8. 1-ANU OFFICE.
A.' W. orton
Fted V Croueiailier
KTMAI.S. unlike fl'ints, on ob
tain none of their finnl from the
soli, air or water, but must hae
It prepared for them. Without
rVairt thorr could lx tio nnltiuil life.
iJnce nnlninlit a' re ilcpeiuh'tit uihiii
them, either directly or lmllreotly. for
fo.nl. A miuly of the way animals
make tise of this food In luillillnu
tSelr lnyllea will help us to better un
derstand the principles of feellnK.
There are three main constituent of
feeds fats, carbohydrates and albuml
oMa, or rrftJn. Te fita re msOe
a? of carbon, rij-firojB and oi.re.en.
The carbohydrates, of which starvh
and suear are familiar examples, are
LAKEVIEW BOARD OF TRADE
. W. H. "H IKK
F. M. Mliler
M. B. KlCe
L. F. Conn
Finance l orumutenian
Agricultural " . . .
Kou-ni Headquarter! for Stranirer
I .E. !H-aer
W. F. Fame
W. y. Heryiord
. H. W'. lirenkt 1
. ? V. Keharl
A O. C. W.-LAKEVIEW LOD(.t SO. ill.
Meet every fctunO and lourtn lhurxlay ol
each ruont'b. m Maf-Llc Hall. ..Lane lew.
Cha. Ionuingsen. W.M.: Wni. ountlier. r.
made up of tbtt name elements put to
gether lu different proportions. An
other of the carbohydrates Is cellu
lose, or the woody fiber of plants. This
Is hard to dlKeet. but some of It U
used In animal growth. Albuminoids
contain not only cnrlnm. hydropen and
oxygen, but nitrogen also. In addition
to these three constituents of food It
also contains some mineral elemeuts,
which are commonly referred to aa
This nsli Is used In building up the
bones, hair, horns ai.d htwfs. The al
DEOKEK CF HO.NOK-LAKE.-HORE
No. 77. D. of H.. A. o. I . W ., Meets
third Tnursdavi, ut eai a ujutuu -i
Hall: Liilie Harris; C. of ri.; t
L. of H.: Mary Post, C. ol C: s-ri
I. O O. F LAKEVIEW LObtiE. No. J
O F., meets every .-stuidaj evemiii.- '. i
Fellows Hall, at 7:to o'clock, from oc 0.1.1 I
to April 1, and at ok ioca from Apru I t;
6enterub. r 3o. A. E. CUenev, .N. o.; - -
I O. O.F.-LAREVIhW ENCAMi'MENT No. 1
' 1. 0. O. F., n:eets tne Srt and third Ttuir
day eveniDKs of each month in Oud Fellow s
Ha;i. Lakeview. l.'. D. Arthur, C. F ,. A. H
EBEKAH LOLx. E LAKEV Itw' LOIx.E. Nu
f, 1. O. o. F.. meets the s.-cond and fourth
Fridavi of ea1.11 mouth in Odd Fellows Hall.
Mrs. Ida Heryiord, N.ti.; Mrs. Edna Miller,
V.O.; K. '. Fayne, secretary,; Mrs. L. J.
, E. 8. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 5, LAKE
view , Oregon, Meeta on Tuesday, ou or u
tore full idkju and two weeks thereafter, in
Masonic Hall, at 7: 40 o'clock, r .
Visiliag luvaibers are cordially Invited.
4'oRNELIA A. W ATsoN, . M,
IDA UEBAt H. Beer. tarv
METHODIST tl'Iri Ol'AL i Hl KrH-THh
first piiudnv in . . h ;conth, iT' Wjhn.g at 11
e. ru. Aside from ti.it, preH'-uiiiK ever) Bii
day at 11 a. in. and 7::op. -a. at Lukei i-.w
enndav School at lu a. in. Le-;je at
in. F'rayr Meeting Thursday 7;rw j,. 11..
Indies Aid Wcdn-sday. 1::J pi m.' t't.oi
prctise Friday p in A cordial .invito
tiD i extended to yuuti.T "
FIKHT BALTI.-T CUVF-CII "F LAK'EVIKW
Freachiiif service at il A M and 7:. o 1' M on
lift and ::rd s. m. Minday t I a' lo A M
Junior Soci-iv a; -j:io I'M. lia;.t:t 'icm.j
Feople's I'lILM n' I' M "' ea. I. -Ul.'lr.v
J ruy,.r M-. t.:.- c 7: ." '! A-!:..- : o " v
IllLg. E V-. 7 y ii..'.'.-l l- a'.'- ::d
viii-s. Fi-' '
"Kl XXV-OltOI'Nn FF.Ell IS DIOESTV.D
MOI'.K Qr lfKI.V AND lOklPLETKLY IHM
idir:iiiii ids also form a considerable
l r;icii if these parts of the body.
1 !.i ir chief use, however, Is In build
ing up the muscles, tissues and vari
ous organs. The fats and carbohy
drates are used to furnish energy and
he:it. They ure the fuel of the body.
l?y uniting with oxygen they give off the
heat and energy required to keep the
Ijudy rnnriiii.'. In much the same way
that the elements if coal or wood
unite with oxygon to furni-h heat and
power when burned In a steam engine.
Not nil of the futs and carbohydrates
are burned Inimcdiately. however.
Some of tin- fm to Luiid up fatty
tissues. Some of the carbohydrates
are changed to fats ai:! ued In the
same way. and somr are- sti r -d In the
liver in the f irm of glycogen to be
used when needed.
I'.efore these various food elements
can be used by the animal they must I
go through a process called digestion. ;
The first step in digestion consists In
taking the f'fsl Into the mouth. Kach j
class of maiujuls hus a different way j
of doing this. Watch the cows feed- j
lng lu the pasture. They reach out j
their long tongues aid gather in a
I mouthful of gruss, breaking it "it witli ,
I a" peculiar 'tw ist us It co:i..- agni::- r i
their lower teeth. They cat: not bi;e 11
; off, since they ha e 110 1
! in fr'dit. 'J'lie h i-e gat 1
I grass v.'i. !i L.s !:;) at.d Lit-
oot from the walls of the stomach
The uain duty of this gastric Juice Is
to chance the albuminoids into a form
In vhlch they can Ix absorbed and
used by the animal.
Cattle and sheep have a very large
stomach, which Is divided Into four
parts. Animals of this kind are called
ruminants. When the food Is nwnllow
ed It passes into the tlrst stomach,
which serves the purpose of a store
house. Here the action of (he aallva
continues, and the water which the
ar.lmr.l drlr.lis noftrna the food to a
considerable extent. After a time th
food passes Into the second stomach,
which forces It back to the mouth, a
little at a time, llert It Is chewed
thoroughly. You have often seeu
cows lylns In the dhade "chewing
their cud." This cud Is the finnl that
has been sent up to the mouth by the
After being chewed the food Is
swallowed again. This time It passes
directly through the tlrst stomach to
the third. Here It Ixn-omes still fur
ther softened, finally passing Into the
fourth or true stomach. The function
of the first three compartments l
simply to 1 repare the fisid to be acted
upon by the true stomach.
After leaving the stomach the par
tlally digested food passes Into the
small Intestines. Here it is acted
upon by three fluids --the bile, pan-
creatle Juice and Intestinal Juice. The
chief use of the bile Is to digest the
fats, making them Into a sort of a
aoapy fluid. In which form they are
ready to be absortied Into the blood.
Both the pancreatic and intestinal
Juices act upon the remaining starch,
completing the change Into sugar. The
pancreatic Juice also completes the di
gestion of the albuminoids, In which
work the intestinal Juice may also
take u small part. Another work of
the pancreatic Juice Is to assist In
decomposing the fats. The intestinal
Juice breaks cane sugar up Into sim
pler sugars, such as glucose.
After the food has been digested the
usable portions are ready to te ab
sorbed Into the blood. IHgcstlon has
changed the fats, proteins and starches
Into a form In which they are soluble.
In tills fluid state they pass through
the walls .f the stomach and Intestines
and are emptied Into the blood.
The blood Is taken to all parts of the
body by the arteries, which subdivide
to form tiny capillaries. These are so
small and close twgether that a pin
prick on the skin anywhere will pierce
some of them. There are two main
parts to the blood the fluid of plasma
and the red corpuscles which give It
Each part of the body sclecta from
the blood the food materials which It
needs. Thus the bones will tuke ash.
while the muscles will take protein,
to build up their wornout parts. The
waste, broken down parts are burned,
together with as much fats and sug
ars as an- needed, to furnish heat iikd
energy. All through the body there
:.:e thousands of little fires. To keep
th : e lires going oxygen Is ir-ed, and
carbon dioxide Is given oT hi the same
way that a lire in a stove takes lu
oxygen through the lower draft and
Bends arid) di .ide i:p the chimney.
Id th" bodv the corpus'ios supply
i A Promising Experiment.
! L li
Hostess And what Interesting ex
pcrlmont are you engaged on now. pnw
1'rofessor-Kalslna; canaries from ca
nary seed. I
Th New Farm Hand.
. . -
S. I'. AIILSTROM
I lie lest VniHiicro
Middle 011 I lie market
Also 11 complete line o
Hilton and buggv har
ness, whips, robes, bits,
rlatrs, spurs, quirts, rose
lies, In lad everything In
lite tine of carriage anil
horse furnishings. Re
pairing ' by compel sat
armer (engaging a mani
I "a rin Hand 1 think I'll please ye,
sir. I've had a lot to do with pigs.
EKnCTIZI) IN IWH)
IIS -cs frltS--1
aeo'riASIow LIGHT & HARROW, Propnetoi
! GOOSE LAKE VALLEY MEAT CO. !
TURNER A BAILEY
J. V. MAYEIhU), Oenernl Mannjcer.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BUILDING NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVIEW
"Wulter. this knife Is blunt, and the
steak Is like leather."
"Yes. sir: do nicely for stroppin' th
knife on, sir."
A Hunting Cat Watch.'
Red Livery Barn
CA'IIi'iI-I'' ' IM Ri'H- hYKKV -t'NDAV MA
and Beli ,!,, ,.;, ; ! K 11. 1.1 -
M-ii.ii.l a:--r 1ft- i;. ;':). w . ;iv .:-.
7:'.1 a. 1.1. i.I. ' i' Ai-i . -
Rl B A : 1 -" li ' 1 -:l or . Hi - K I U
i Nur 1 : .. .. I r ' ' ,'
Vic s at 1! A '. .'. '. . "
of 1 Vi-rv 11. :." - : ; ; - :-' . .'.
Fruv r .- r ; u: 7: . -: 'A - In '-v.
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at, ii 1 : - .-
.: ,-; Al:'.. I -
tv.cen hi.s teeth,
hi r.-es can eal gins-
l . !. gri.lMl'i t l:;i'l
d' . v. :
1., t i!
per t ---1 1
il .1' tie
! boil 0
1 will !i
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: bo'i ,!:
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l-ROFi. -!N Al. CAKDS
CONN iv Jo UN'S.
Aitorney at Lav
l.ikUeview. ilo ;ni
OFFli'L-Dnlv li ii, am.'.
j. d. vj;n.T(ji:
Attorney at Law,
Ijind Matters HjteclaH)
OFFICE Dalr Bntldin?.
Land and Law Of i Ice
Abstractor of Titles
el.ee ,e!l g ! !.. ' ' Im V al'i'
In a lit tie (ii.'V-re'it way.
of the enzymes chang-H
of these elements In th'
i. .: !
The a' ti ii
y LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office: Over Bank of La view
fHOS. J. POWELL
Attorney at Law
JOfllec In Duly BiilltJInfj
I rnngl.'ig tle ni In hucIj a manner as to
I form sugar.
All thu March In the food must be
changed to borne form of sugar be
I fore It can be used by the animal lu
I building up the arlous parts of Its
I body. Sua e the food remains In the
moutii only a comparatively short
time, however, only a small part of the
Etarch can be acted upon there. The
rest la changed later, as we shall nee.
The main purpose of the saliva la to
moisten the food. This moistening, to
gether with the chewkig, reduces it to
a moist, finely divided mass, ready
to be swallowed and acted npon by
the other digestive Juices.
While the essential processes of di
gestion are the same for all animals,
the way In which the work Is carried
on varies somewhat. The h"pe nnd
the hog have but one Mcmueh. Aa
Mie food enters this a c-hurnlcs; mo
tion be-'l"- which gradually forces
the parti" - digested mass along to
ward the I' wer end. The saliva on
tlnu'M to 11 on the starch, and an' 'h
er fluid f "sstrl- Juice, Is poured
1 n . 1 . i m il
Not tha Same.
fe ,o!.r ..r ,: rri-eVr v:lv.zm: i
--: mm m
M. O'SULLIVAN, frop.
New Kis ;tnd
to Let -f-zZ5Vr:--' I:or I'ri-iiilitfrs
Corner Canyon and Main Sts, I.akcvicw, Ore
I 1,1 nuns
WOODCOCK , BARNES,
North Water St., Lakeview, Oregon
e'i a.'al carry away the car
Tide. The other waste 1,1:1 i
or nshes. are gathered up b.v
o of 1 eses c.i . -d 1 1 mphat e - ;
injity Into t he voir, The .. J
th- Mood I,, l: u t.e I
ha ' of t !io contents of
a 1 v u-a to cat
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
ti" K very thing In the line if lilncksmli hlng or Iran m'
work ilune in n nut l-fnct 1 iry niniiiier nnil m bedruck prici H,
pa 1 11 mage reMpectfnlly Hiiliclleil.
W 1 11 id
W. F. PAINE (b CO
Evelyn it I had an airship I'd
I away and seek my fortune.
Howard - If you had an heirship your
fortune would come to you
FIO. XXVI bt I'l'Hl Tlkfl.
veins, It Is sent to the lungs, where
the corpuscles exchange their carbon
dioxide for oxygen and are ready for
another trip through the body.
Klnce oxygen plays such an lmior
Lant part in keeping up the lires that
supply the body with heat and ener
gy, It is Just as Important that the
animals be well supplied with fresh
air as It is that they have enough
food. In the winter espoclally the
tables are if ten closed so tightly In
the attempt to leep them warm that
the air becomes very deficient In oxV
- In conscijuen' e t'. work of the
Louj U delayed and the general
health suffers. ISy hnvln:; ventilators
In the roof, together with plenty of
wlt.do-v at sii-h u hel'lif that the
'ra''1 ' not blew directly upon the
"f l'ii.r '. ': ii 11 1- admitted
'd Ii:' "Ir drawn off mistantly.
The Victor There I Now you oogbt
to be satisfied. You said you was look
ing for a tight. ,
Canny Canute (the vanquished)
V-e-s. but I only wantfd to watch It
from a distance.
EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE
School Books, Tablets, Pencils
Pens, Inks, Etc., at
A. L. THORNTON'S
' 1. ,.
Every 0. V. L. Go.
SHOULD SUC8CRIBE FOR THE EXAMINER