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LA K ItM
tMMfit WllUni H.Tft
ftoa Protdrnt James S.Stariman
rrraiarr of etat. '!!
fMrvarT of Treasury franklin MacV.lali ,
BacrviarT 01 war mwv n ..............
Attorn Ural W'.W.?7h"?
roatua.tr Ganaral Frank H. Hitchcock
raryof Nary Gorf. Voo I- M rr
BwtaryIntrlor airaard A. """
jVcrftarj of Arkjnltnra It9"? v i
hlalJiMttc Malrllla. f-ilh-r
npatlon Warner, t. 8. Tension rommlaaloiwr
W.8. Hlcbards u.o. s-ana vumiuiiwiw.-
fwcre'.ary ol Bial.
8uai. IMolic lDiruoilon
Dairy nt K.xxl Com
V. 8. Senator
... F. W, Bnou
,.F. W. Benson
...ueo. A. Siw
,.A. M. Craw ford
. J. H Ai-aerman
.W. !. Duntway
J. W. Balle)
1 Jnhnnihan nonno.Jr.
1 Geo. A. Onambarlain
w. R allt
oome course nn
XV.- Breeding Live Stock
Dy C. V. GREGORY.
Agricultural "Ditfltion. lobua State Colttgt
CopyHfht. 180. by Amerfesn Pre.. Astaclstlon
BEINQ WELL GROOMED.
Chi I Juitice
at Insileet ...
F. A. Moore
F. A. H
11 rrn iv oici a l dwtmoi .
eo. If. Nnland
. b. V. Kukkendal.
.. O. HMettyma.
I . r. lknni
It. A. jarai.au.
LVKK tul.' TV
.. f. W. fayu
. f . o. Ahwiro"
A. J. Kot t
R. H Jac aou
.'.'.'.'J!.'.'.'.'." C. M. Faalkne
C. A. Rroan
I H R. Herylwr.
TOWM OF LAk ltVIKW.
Har-T Bailey tyot
y. Snellliig 1 roincilmeo
D. J. W llco
J. N. Wataouj
w. B. Suider .
fTTTIE eclenee of breeding In rmj
ft eotnpllcated. but there are
some point that should b no
derstood and followed by ev
try farmer. No matter bow well stock
may be fed and cared for. If they do
not baTe the Inherited capacity to
transform their feed economically Into
uiJJk or beef or power they will al-
waya be "scrubs." On the other hand
poor feeding and cart nmy nrnke a
scrub out of an animal which has the
Inherited ability to develop Into some
tbJuc much better. To attain the best
rwnits breedlnK. feedlnft and Intelll
pent care must go hand In band.
Pure bred stock not only have tbt
0 8.I.AND OFFICE.
A. W. Orton. ....
Fred V CronemlUer
ablUty to make much more proStable
use of the food given them, but tbey
also add greatly to the appearance of
the place. A pasture dotted with well
bred, uniform calves, colts or sheep
marks the owner aa a progressive
farmer. There la a great deal more
pleasure, too. In caring for good stock
than there Is in vainly trying to get
unnrYifitnhli nnlmnli Intn marker mn.
Recordei I ditlon.
...Treasurer I The flm fhnjj () n,,,. ,
' lng In with pure bred stock Is what
LAKEVIEW BOARD OF TRADE
W. H. SHIKIk.
Finance Commilteman ..
Room. Headquarters for Straniera.
. F. M. Miller
M. B. Kice
. ... L. F. Conn
O. E. 6oer
W. F. 1'aine
W. P. Heryiord
. H. W. Urensel
. 8 V. Keharl
A O. U. W.-LAKEVIt Liuv-i
Meet every second and fourth Thursday ol
w "month, in Maaonlc Hall, Lakev.ew.
Cha. TonningKen. W.M.: Wro. Cumber, F
no. XXII THE WAT A FAT BKEF AITIKAL
is cm rp.
Note th high prices of the back and
little acccttint. however, tin less the
bull has the proper form. The buck
askd bind iiunrlers of n Invf antitm!
are the parts Unit produce the high
priced meat. ( I rent width all along
the buck, especially over the loin:
guod spring of rib. plenty of depth
and short legit are points that ahould
be linked for. Ing leggtl bulls are
usnnlly nurrow and raug.v. The leg
are of little vnlue as meat, to ttte
shorter they ore Hie letter.
Quality Is shown by tlnenesa of
hair, pliability of hide niul not too
much coarseness of stioiilder. head
and bone. An animal with gootl qual
ity will furnish n better grade of
meat, and there will lie less waste In
Thickness of flesh Is oue of the
nat Imnnrtnnt rulnf tn Imik fur
Ity this Is meant not fat. but the nut- . "raggiiug km ks or nair railing in
j Kaaatnnat tf Detail tht tatrtt tf
At recent lunc' ton niemlver of
tine inir nex nni aincussea, ana an
conceded ah was a "perfectly groom
"it Isn't btcause of fine raiment,"
Terhapa not," remarked another.
"Why la It. thenr chimed In a thlrfl.
and the fourth settled the debate.
"It'a lecause she paya such attention
If all women real I red what this
meant more would earn the distinc
tion of being well groomed. The ei
actnesa of detail Is a wonderful thing
toward making a woman appear well
The careless woman In much lu evi
dence, and frequently she Is among
the wealthy. Yet her sister not finan
cially ao well to do innkea a better
showing 011 a much less cciilltiire of
money, and nil tecause she looks care
fully after the niceties of the toilet.
There Is a knack In getting thlugn on
well and keeping them so. The woman
whose beel Is mn over cannot attract
any more favorable attention than tht
one whose braid on the bottom of her
gown Is frayed.
It Is the little things which make
one noticeable. How often a well
gowned woman will be seen whose
richness of toilet attracts all eyes, yet
the otherwise perfect picture la spolltd
DEGREE OF HONOR LAKESHORE L-.
Ko. 77. D.ofH, A.O.C.W.. Meet, .r . t .u
third Thursday. 01 eacu muum ...
Hall: Ullie Harris: Col H.i 1 .!-..
L. of H.: Mary Post, C.of C: Sn
L O. O. F- LAKEVIEW LODGE. Xd w, -
O F., meets every wiuruij ocuiu ... -
to April Land at olclock from Apn 1 i;
Uepumber 30. A. E. Cheney. . .:
I O O.F.-LAREVIKW ENCAMPMENT NO. I
'i O. O. F., meets the rst and third Tours
day eveninK. of each month in Odd Fellow
(jHsil, Lakeview. C..D. Arthur, C. P., A. It
EEBEKAII LODGE LAKE ISW LODJjE, Sty
22, I. O. O. F., meets the second aud '"
Fridavsof each month in Odd Fellows Hall,
Mrs. Ida Heryforrt. N.G.: Mrs. tdna Miller,
V.G.; F. W. Payne. Secretary;, Mrs. L. J.
. E. 8. ORIENTAL CHAPTER. SO S, LAKE
view, Oregon, Meets on Tuesday, on or be
fore full moon and two weeks thereafter, in
Masonic Hall.at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting members are cordially invited.
CORNELIA A. WATSON, W . M,
first Suuday in each month, pre:hing at 11
a. m. Alde from this, preaching'every bun
day at lla. ra.aod 7:30 p. m. at..Lakeviw
Bunday School at 10 a. m. Uaae al 6.30 p.
m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30. p m
Ladies Aid Wednesday. 1:30 p: m. thoir
practice Friday 7:: p m. A cordial jinvita
tionis.xiended to youu. g RES ptor.
FIRST BAPT1ET CHURCH OF LAKEVIEW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7:30 P M on
1st and 3rd Sun. Sunday School at 10 A M
Junior Society at 2:30 PM. Baptist Noting
People's Union at 6:30 PM on each Hunday.
Praytr Meeting at 7:3oPM Wednwday eve
Ding. Everj lOdy invited to alteud all ser-
CATHOLIC CHURCH-EVERY BUNDAY MASH
and Benediction at lu o'clock a. in. Sunday
school after Benediction. Wwk day Ma- at
7:0j a.m. MICHAEL O'MALLEX, o. J.
kht baptist church of -ksr t lkv
St New Pine r..ek, Oregon. Preaching ser
vices at 11 A M arid 7: : P M of f'.i Sunday
of everv month. Sunday School at lu A M
Prayer Service at 7:) on WL-liievlny evening
of eaeb weed. All are cordially invited to
attend 1 lie w-r . iee
J. HAYDtN HOWARD, Pastor.
CONN ov JOHNS,
Attorney at Law
OFFi'',K-l'a!v Uuii lr.g.
J I). VhNATOIt
Attorney at Law,
IiihI Mat tens Hjiiclult j
OFFICE' : " eiding.
fJHAItl-l I'M HACK
LanJ ant! Law Of Ice
Abstractor ot Titles
Y I.AIIl TIIOMI'SON
Attorney at Law
Oflico: Over l!ank of Lu view
T;IIOS. J. POWELL
Attorney at Law
tOm?c lu Daly BtiUdlojf;
breed to select. Do not make a hasty
choice, for nothing will ruin your
chances of success more certainly than
frequent changes from one breed to
another. Select your breed with care
and then stick to It All the leading
breeds have good iolnts, and the mat
ter of selection Is more a question of
iLdlvidunl preference than anything
In beginning with pure bred stock
ilie lc-;t rlrin for the average farmer
vi f '.--xv Is to purchase a pure bred
i:mii- f tlie I'crired breed and proceed
to gr.itle up his herd. There are trwo
prlii' Iplos i f I re'dlng that should be
kept In r.:i:d l:i this work. The first
I f! rold l.i v.- tliut iike produces like."
In the n:nin tls irw hc!ds good, and,
i lher things Lcfn? ei;u:il. the offspring
will resemble the parents. The second
is the law of "ntnvlsm." or the tend
ency of the oflVi rl:: to tnke after
some remote anew-tor. This is where
the value cf the pure bred sire comes
in. Ills ancestors for j.;e?HTit!ons have
been animals of the same type us him
self, and hence there Is little chance
of his progeny diOrins from this type
to any serious extent. This long con
tinued breeding a long a certain line
fives to the pure bred animal an abil
ity to reproduce his type that the
grade sire lacks. This ability Is called
Because of his great prepotency a
pure bred bull when mated to graJe
cows has much more influence over
the characters of his offspring than
the mothers have. This is most striking
ly shown when a polled bull is mated
to horned cows. Nine out of every
ten of the calves will usually be polled.
It is the same with other characteris
tics the ability to jui.-kl.v turn corn
Into lil'h priced beef or to use the feed
for profitable milk and butter produc-
Of ccurse if the cows are pure bred
also then? is less chance of the calves
resembling some inferior ancestor on
their mother's side, and loifn-oveinent
will be more n-pid iifl certain. The
cost of ::n entire herd of pure breils l-i
Very p;-eat. h"V.-ever. :nr! i.'."!:ts will
come In' if Mir civ bv the irnrlirij; up
! plan. .'f;e:- tliis ha.-i been carrlwj on j
1 f.,r a thiie. so t hut the f.trtaer Im"
: ' ::ie experience in breeding ;:"d -ir- j
1 ih' for hi-.il class stoc-!;, u is::i) ::al
start In r''"-e bred tc!ii:i!e i- :y be
j made by ljuvlij.tr a cow ft ml ralf or a j
j few yearling hcii'er.-i. As the offspring
! of the' e Increase the ntiifiber i f pure !
j brcis Pi the herd the grad'.-s can grid- I
ually be ('i.-posr-1 of until an entire 1
pure bred !i -.'d tinally results.
In the selection of a sire to begin j
irrading up a herd It Is important that j
he be of the type which It is desired to ,
rcprMlij' e in the offspring. The most
Important i!;!ngs to look for In a beef
bull are coiutiiuUon, form, fjuality and
thick f! i'ing. Of these constitution
Is probably the most Important, as a
bull that is strong In this point will
'lave 1 he i' Mill;,- to sire a large num
ber of niL'L'cil, healthy calves, f'on-
litution Is Indicated by a deep, wide
chest; laree "1 :.n-el." giving plenty of
00m for the dK'eslivo organs; good
l-.ed nostrils and a large, clear eve
V point that must go wllh -;!;,;i-.r.
If the best results are to be obt ilm-tl
is prepotency. Prepotency means 1(10
ablli'-- of a sire ti reproduce his good
pep"-- ! hl oriVpring. It Is Inilcated
by a I -v;' crest and a niascullne look-lir-'
li 'I. A bull that has a Hue, fem
inine appearing head will not be at nil
certain of producing good calves, even
tbouc'i he Is a good Individual him
self ConBtltutlon and prepotency are of
ural covering of lean meat. Fat can
bo put on during the feeding period,
but lean meat cannot. An animal
that Is thickly muscled at the begin
ning of the feeding imtIihI will fur
nish a carcass that will tie well mar
bled with streaks of fat and lenn.
while another 011 the same feed will
put most of his fat on In the form of
These same points are the essential
cues to look for In the selection of a
ratu or boar. Stn
wWe, deep, blocky form, fltie quality
and thick fleshing are Just ns Impor
tant In these animals ns In the bull.
Of course It will be Impossible to
find an animal that Is perfect In all
points. If the females In your herd
are badly lacking In any tinrtlcular
be sure to select a male that Is espe
cially strong there. On the other
hand, a alight weakness on the part
of the sire In a place where the fe
males are especially atrong may be
overlooked. An animal that has any
very serious faults, however, should
not be considered for a moment.
Dairy bulls lack the fleshing and
compactness that characterlr.e beef
animals. Low setness and extra
width of back are not ao essential.
Constitution, as shown by a deep
chest, wide on the bottom and a
roomy barrel. Is Important. A clean
head, smooth shoulder, fine limbs and
pliable skin show the quality that Is
so necessary In a dairy animal. The
most Importnnt point Is prepotency.
A strong chest, masculine head and
large rudimentary teats are all Indi
cations of this. The best way to fore
cant a dairy bull's prepotency, how
ever. Is to look up the milk and butter
producing records of his dam and
granddams. A bull out of a high pro
ducing cow will almost certainly lie
get heifers that will be high ylelders.
The most Important points to look
for In draft horses, which are the
roost profitable kind to raise on the
farm, are power and endurance. Pow
er Is Indicated by size, compactness
and heavy muscling, especially lu the
hlud quarters. Endurance Is shown
by a strcfg constitution and flue tjual
Ity, espexi l!y of limbs.
Strict observance of these points In
the selection of a sire of any kind will
give you an animal that will in a few
years bring nbout a great improve
ment in your herd. Pedigree should
not be neglected entirely In picking
out a sire. !;-; chief value Is in show
ing that the animal is pure bred and
that his ancestors were of the type
which you wish to develop In your
herd. To determine the latter point,
however, requires a longer study of
herd books than most farmers have
time for. If you put the chief stress
upon the Indh Idualily of the animal
a:id file the pedigree away lu a drawer
where it can be referred to when nec
essary you will not go far wrong.
When you hate found an animal of
the desired typo do not hesita'e too
Vi.ltf' H .
S. I!. AHLSTKOM
Tht bcit Vanquero I
MddU on th market
Also ft compUl lino o '
waion and buftv tiara
nana, whips, rotxa, bits,
rlataa, spurs, qulrta, roea-
Ilea, In fad avarythlng In
tha Una of carrlaga and
horaa furnUhlnya. K.
Dalrlna law tsiniiiijst
- - m ,
1 11... 4 . .lu - 1. I ..... . . k - .
uiwiurit lunillltll in VT DSCS VI Drr
neck. A hairpin would have adjusted
the trouble, but lack of exactness to
detail spoiled the whole costume.
It la downright larluess with many
women, thla overlooking of tha little
things lw life. Tbey feel too much ef
fort Is called Into play to atop aud
properly adjust at the time the small
essentials that go to make a erfectly
groomed woman. This falling will
crop out In women who have every-
rong constitution. . . . . ,7 .. t V V . '
form, tine quality "nd tc ? ",a ,0.nnd n
ninny who nave a uimcuit lime in
"making ends meet."
Hut It Is just this quality which
makes others class them among the
"perfectly groomed;" also makes them
more noticeable than the women of
wealth. A small rip In a glove will
spoil a rich costume, as will also a veil
with a noticeable holo In IL Such a
veil will even mnr a beauty.
On rainy days the woman lacking J
mis essential quality or detail la even
more noticeable, for she dona a cos
tume, usually any kind of a one, and
saunters forth. Hhe Is less likely to be
particular than on a bright day, and
her Indifference to minor detail makes
her anything but an attractive object.
She feels the rainy day Is an excuse
for her costume and Instead of dispel
ling some of Its gloom only adds to It
by failing to make herself an attrac
tive object rather than the reverse.
ERRjCTCn IN 1900
P P LUIMT
I " Bl
UHO IIA1V1VOW LIGHT & HARROW. Propnetoi
A Urge pinch of salt put In the tank
of a coal oil lamp will cause It to give
a better light.
Try a little lemon and salt mixed the
next time a price mark sticks to the
bottom of china dishes or brle-a-brac.
Instead of adding bluing to water In
which lace has been rinsed try making
the final rinsing In milk. It gives a j
lovely creamy tone to the lace.
A little muriatic acid added to the
rinsing water after a blue ami white 1
fiber rug Is scrubbed with soap and
water will help to restore the color.
The easiest way to clean a cereal
cooker is to turn It upside down In a
pan of boiling water and step.m It until
the sticky mass Is soft and loosened
from the sides of the pan. I
If your lump smokes or gives a poor
light It may come from dogged pipes. !
Take the lamp apart, boll the burner
In soda water and pour hot water
through connecting rods and tubes.
Do not put a tomato aspic to harden 1
In a tin or Inm baking pan. The acid I
In the Jelly acts on the tin und makes ,
the salad taste, while the black pan 1
j gives au unsighily black liuitotheasplc.
j A sticky enke or bread pan should
1 not be cleaned with a knife or any
thing which will scratch the surface
and make sticking more probable
thereafter. For this reason the. crust
of bread often advised as a cleaner is
GOOSE LAKE VALLEY MEAT CO.
TURNER A BAILEY
J. F. MAYFItLI), General Manager.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BUILDING NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVIEW
Red Livery Barn
M. O'SULLIVAN, Prop.
New Kitfs and tTV" Spccinl Acconimo
Fancv Teams y-aa, dations
to Let f-&SZZ? For 1-reciters
Corner Canyon and Main Sts, Lakeview, Ore.
WOODCOCK , BARNES,
North Water St., Lakeview, Oregon.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
tayKverytlilug In the line of lilacksnilt hlng or Iron or
work done in a sat Isfiictory maimer und at bedrock prices,
patronage respectfully sollclti i.
: A J
r . ... Kri
islom to have them wide fl
ise of a country girl. Now 1 3
!. XXX A 'MI'H AI, 1AIT JIUI;.-.ji.
long over tiie pr. e. A hundred und
lift dollars may look li:;" a big price
to pay for a bull, but tin increase of vli
a herd III the value of lh - cull' crop
will pay for him in two or throe y.-.ti.
Iu many cases you may be able to
Join with two or three of your near
est neighbors In the purchase of a
bull. !):: not only saving money, but
also obi,,ii,.':' x a belter animal than
you wouid be able lo secure otherwise.
This applies with still more force to
the purchase of a stallion. In many
cominunli les it Is Impossible to secure
the services of a first class horse of
uny breed lu such a case If fifteen
or twenty funnel's will agree upon a
breed and kuIjtIIjo $100 each a horse
can be procured that will almost pyy
for himself In the Increased value
his first crop of colts.
Almond Eyes Newest Whim.
One of the ipieeresl fashions that
have ever been known to society Is re
vealed by tin- facial expressions of the
"lazy 1 h h." The eyes long have had
mil' Ii ntlcntloii, and at times they
were lowered, showing only a llttlo
glimpse of the pupils. At other times
1 It was the cusl
' open. I!!;e thosi
! certain well known society women
have deeid, d that almond shaped eyes !
are the perfection of beauty, and for
that reason many women have marked
their r rbs v.llh black to civo them the
appearance of ,lapane;e eyes. Perhaps
they have nut as decided an oval turn
as those of the little brown women,
but It Is ecnaln from wlial has been
seen of several won, en recently there
limy be pli.v'i'iaiiH who five almond
shaped cy - lo beauty seekers. Such
opt I':: 1 r Id by those who model the
recent iji'ecr dresses of women lu suit
the svclie form much better than the
honest, round, open eye. The Olbson I
rye was down ao much that the full
length of the long eyelashes was seen
to advantage. It Is said Philip Itolleau
Is partly responsible for the almond
shaped rye that has taken women by
W. F. PAINE CO
The queen of 81am has one of the
finest collections of Jewels In the
world. The walls of her bedroom are
aald to be fairly ablaze wltb preciou
EVERYTHING IN TIIE DRUG LINE
School Books, Tablets, Pencils
Pens, Inks, Etc., at
Every O- V. L. Co.
SHOULD SUCSCRIBE FOR THE EXAMINER