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Lake County Exam, . c
Fred J, Bowman
Largest Sworn Circulation In Oregon Outside of Portland
Oi-i iciAL County Paper
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Willm Hot Snip lu r -biUms. Cat
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V it-mi itowuieu :
1 mnif l here some tni re ieck Mgn
mi l tr been laklig the dot auli'ticr
tNt -ery day .t ti t lr nking hiilpier
I lli IKItlll' T il I- r Hi h It'll
dilf-' M i-priii hrn- in .'m " i
Nolle lo UJ'ltiT
ni'M-nwrti Im r.iiu...
O livm our OM-aiity in im:'i t.
their MiMornci' addrvh. noui
Irop ihisotTtre a card so their
tred to the riht iiirne.
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ftu Fraocifvi) ami
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rmii:.i one. of uif
broi oer, in a w
is t f.e parlr i i "
oou i any, euc uram i
mil i . g Parn' s,
li titled iff to lif i
. fteii. : or b HI-I of m v
tin city, iu the i
tinttrr known, o;
-.ad-rtlsed, than '
Jiff : rolls W ti
toe i ty is almost ei
go- iuietly (in. uri
T ere is uo city
rhit'i poeiesees a
-olehiiT kept. btw r
"flatbed, tbao Wiabii t .:
Iioil aod to walk ft''
to I !i extreme end i f
-would take fully t -pe
fie, can walk tin
rt niry, 1910
. i' tbe bay, re-
n.. - nil" before
h ud a i-
i titc other is
ttinl i" ueither
more Hiat evu-
I. ti J States is
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v . - . stt4 Uy aod
I jh' i, better
in Strret Oak-
i : ..-t i Uklan 1,
,imj, as most
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thern mast be six c
Kat to West Oak
juleMy merged lt-li
ity town of Berkley
colt to determine v
.jetti or tbe other en"
The large, always n
ijeanttful rows if tr
tits. give a qniei.
ik- air to Oakland. -
aij. with its
sid. alks. and tr-i
aevr ooder tbe
boy. to poj-shss Of ct
xaonn loss of pi open .',
f i-ity. from
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ALBERTA WHEAT LANDS
-cction the I'.-imoiM Sunny SouLhcrn Alberta
II prmliKT .'50 ti " Imslicls per acre, for a first
HI to $:t.000 and Hilf the vlirat crop on L'OO
laud is paid tor
p on a-y laud vtm cultivate above the 200 ncrcs
ii - cent in money alter the first payment.
acre ne if railroads and elevators.
April itMi-th-T -if '.,h -o
bur-l at tiiii" Ii.i.h i'au-.-
chi-ei Ifsa nestii. ki.'S i ".
OaklMHil's pip Mil u in Z. .
mi I : f Ui ar ( i Wn
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tuxi or tii i- In Viuerio
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Sti r-. l ii'l i-re locatn.
i.u:;i' "T. in nil '-rg-- cities,
.il;.i,t- oi Hit- Hill l tiO Oci--i
are a grem niau) of I-Krancis.-o
1 aru Bi"jUBJte.i itb
fellow over sixty yearn
bas lost nun limb tbr
railroai ci'ient -an I
ou crutches Bet ore tti
and Ore of l'Oo be mi- doing a
flourishing business, io - little retail
cigar stand. Of course tbe calamity
thiew mm o'lt of busioee- Wnydou't
tie. in w go back attain the sttuie
ork? tie Chun' t, for the ntures. nt
tbe hniie tobatcn trust sill tn tbe
puhlio, at a pr'i-e. wbioh e canuot
P(i--i!1t -'ii, aud ll-e tie is driven
to t;e wall, too old to be hired, be
mu t set hloog somehow, it be can ,
Thirt is only one rase iu ojhut
Who say h. that life in nut 'ull of
trm-eli? It is not nec-s-Hry to l.ave
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a r- c -iKespeare in i - i iaii)
ore i are a etiHioieot li iastructin
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Llf'CERING STIFF JOINTS.
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- est t hq unke
Titis Distress May B Relisvsd by
I'll ( !d rt'liiedv. I o!i veil of our
pr-'i' 'i thnr- j.- o im use Li slill
coi" unTi'd au ex -..t cure for still
Joluis. I rol nlily ! . frU tion niul hard
ruMilrig hnTc im' re u 'o with the cure
th:in the spoclul vnr.e.y i f j ren -o. nnd
If the fix e prn'u t Is not nt luind
hot vasollre, lard nnd turpentine
mixed, and eren hi t olive oil. are cxorl
lent lubrl n?i rs.
If the rt!T Ji lnts ff-.e from rheuma
tism. liitiTnal remoilii's should te t ik
en as well. I.lthli water will counter
art the f!rt tendeii' I. s. but Fhould Vie
pains irntlr.ue It bi bent to consult a
Shield stiffness arise fnim orer
excrrl:e. before rnlblng with crease
take a bi'h as hot as one can bear It.
A few hmdfiils i f P'l fsU added will
heljrh n the tr'd r '.
Af;cr KTenrlnc rtieclnl expr lse
Chance for Capital
ek tit seven sections, consisting of -1-800 acres in
that we will sell for $10 tier acre, which is a special
Y per acre down and the balance in one, two
.it only 0 percent Miteiest.
ie land immediately adjoining this tract of land is
d inure wid be '-token up in the spring, by the
have so il adjoiniue sections,
wheat will pay lor this land and jjive you a bi
JO to 00 bushels, and and nt 80 cents, the usual
in figure the return. less 812 per acre, a bi estim-
soon, before this opportunity is lost, ns these
in rapidly taken by enterprising Americans.
Call, or w rite lor circulars or further information,
IM.'.-UA,w LOPMENT CO., Examiner Office, Lokeview, Ore.
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Don't Dandle Boys; Give
Them a Taste of Hardship.
By WILLIAM R. GhORGE. Founder of th George Junior Republic.
ON'T damlle bovs, don't swatbe tbem in cotton, but give
them a TOl'CII OF REAL HARDSHIP. They'll como
off better in the end, for the world is more like a rock pile
than a feather bed.
XowaJavs we're a!l fur giving the boys an EASY AXD COM-
TORT ABLE PASSACE THROUGH THEIR
BOYHOOD. Dej. mi I upon it, that's a mistake, a
ery grave mistake.
BOYS AREN'T FRAGILE LITTLE, CREATURES.
"THEY'LL STAND A HEAP OF JOLTING ABOUT.
'.WHAT THEY NEED IS A SENSE OF RESPONSI
BILITY; TO CONFRONT FR03LEMS WHILE THEY
ARE IN THE IMPRESSIONABLE STAGE AND SOLVE
THEM WITHOUT ASSISTANCE.
It is au error tu suppose that a boy becomes a
MAX only when he has passed au imaginary line at twenty-one.
stiff, f r Instance, try the clr ul.ir head
and shoulder movement, first to the
rljrhr. later to the left. The lower part
of the body ran be quickly llmbTod
by raising the bands over the bead and
bending over them to the floor, thin
brlnplng Into piny all the waist mus
cles. A stiff knee should be rubbed with
a circular movement, nrd the lower
part of the log should be slowly moved
backward and forward. Any of the
exercises may sem romewhat painful
at first, but will give relief if persp
NOTICE TO CREim- Hi
Estate of J. P. 1'ntti-rs .
I Notice is in-retiy gii.n i u
. unu"erlguei1 baa bft-o by t
I Court Of llkl- 1 Ti til II t I'll'l
i oolote I a'lti.iuntratoi i ' '
j of J. P Patterson, deoeu-'-'l. u
qualified. 'lherelon-, Mil i
, haviug claims ataliit sn --
'hereby reij'urod to fie-i'
thelIm-lltD lue proper vouch is.
In i ' i
. . ,m ,k.,..i.i. . i six months Iron, t be dale
ih ruiK rrii?. ii inv iii-u-u.-i --i i o
lice, fo the undei ila u d
tor at tils atoie in New I i
Dated February 11, U o
H M H'l ' VlNt),
Admiuistrator ot tue r.-inle o J.
P. Patterson, deL-eased. 7 V 1 1
O. D. ARTHUR. Pmormmo
The OirgeMt f.l very nnl Kii'd Stable In ouul horn Ori'Kon
or Ni.rtheru t'nllfiirnlH. IIiit-mm Hnurilcil bv the Day, W--k
or M- nth. ShcIiI Attenii'in tilvi n to TrMiiNlent Htm-k
The Ballot Is Woman's Right
By WILLIAM DEAN HOWELL5. Author.
NEVER HEARD OF ANY REASON WHY WOMEN SHOULD NOT
VOTE. I HAVE HEARD PLEAS WHY THEY SHOULD NOT.
3UT NO REASONS. THE RIGHT TO VOTE 18 THEIR
Of course the part that they have taken is sufficiently comical in
violence of the suffragettes and yet the thing lias
Inc.. FORCED FORWARD BY THOSE VERY
Here in America it would not work. They have
done it to KEEP THEMSELVES BEFORE THE
PEOPLE; that is all. That means progress. It is
difficult to see how the government could have treat
ed them otherwise than it has done. And then this
forced feeding is a questionable thing. They would
ay ordinarily that it was prescribed by the prison physician, but these
people are not criminals in tbe ordinary sense. They are not made
people "in the ordinary sense.
re in the matter oi gaining rc
Thev "TLL GET THE BAL-
How to Blow a Nose Scientifically.
Medical experts are calling the ntten
tlon of the public to the Importance of
performing the nose blowing operation
In a scientific and hygienic manner.
Flrt one nostril nnd then the other
should be blown wi'' nt undue vio
lence. roc'-rs state tint the two na
sal pas-'if ' " should never be closed nt
the snme time. If they are obstructed,
as In the case of a cold, the back of
the throat Is filled with compressed
air, and thK together with the dli
charge and the microbes which it con
tains, may be driven through the eu
stachian tube Into the middle ear and
lead to serious results. A great au
thority on the subject used to forbid
his patients to blow their noses when
suffering from a cold. This course Is
hardly one which will commend Itself
to those in the habit of catching colds
The best nrtvlep would seetn to be that
i when It Is necessary to blow the nun
i the blowing should be done gently.
Those women are mak
unectful attention, it seem'
LOT. It cannot be otherv.i.'. T
I think they will have it here, b,:!
'an be helped, and
Ijict. It has GOT
Open Door" Japan's
Policy In Far East.
By Baron LIICHI SMIBUiAWA. Prominent finincier of Japan.
IIF people of Japan have no intention of departing from the
wineinle of the OPEN' DOOR AND EQUAL OPPOR-
tttvttv vnif ATI NATIONS IN THE FAR EAST.
x vj y w
Japanese capitalists and financiers hope that tho resources
of Manchuria will be developed by the CO OPERATION OF THE
DIFFERENT PROGRESSIVE NATIONS, irrespective of the
special rights and privileges Japan enjoys in that part of China by
TPirtue of treaties won as the result of our war with Russia.
JAPAN UNRESERVEDLY ACCEPTS THE PRINCIPLE OF THE
."OPEN DOOR ALL THROUGH CHINA. . . .
How to Maks Cheese Straws.
To iimke cheese straws put two
ounces of fl. ur Into a bmln, with a
good reasoning of salt and cayenne;
add to these two ounces of grated Pur
mi'snn cheeso. When these are mixed
together rub Into them lightly two
ounces of butter, then mix the whole
to a stiff paste with the beaten yolk of
on egg nnd a little water if necessary.
Koll out the pastry till It U an eighth
of an inch thick. Then cut it Into
straws about nn eighth of an Inch wide
and three or four Inches long. iJiy
these on a b:i' In: tin (which need not
. irreHnedi ami l ake them In a slow
oven until they are a delicate brown.
Theso atrawa require very gentle bun
dling, as they break so easily.
How to Rosit Meat.
Put the roust In the pun free from
seasoning and flour. When sutllclently
cooked pour off every particle of
grease from the pan and rub two table
hjiooiifuls of flour Into tho brown sub
Ktaneo left In bottom of pan. Pour
over this one pint of cold water, put
- ver the fire uud took until It thick
ens, Htlrrlng constantly to prevent
lumping. Season with salt and pepper
and strain Into a gravy boat. For
chicken gravy a half cup of rich
cream U a great addition. Gravies
m ule thus ore free from grease, which
la go harmful to delicate stomachs.
A KEVVAKD ot tl y noit.ur in Here
by offered tor ormitlloti tluii will
lead to tbe ari " au con let ion of
any peisou w Iiih htolen aiicm or
other proper' troin urn t'oii i any ;
and the sail, inward is lieiel.) filtered
for Inform" n Uiut will lemi ( ttie
arrest and onvictiou of mi) one des
troying t property ot the Company.
('hah. I' in bach,
Secretaij LJike Co. Tel. ic Tel. Co.
European Plan Everything;
from a Cup of Coffee to a
Square Meal Call and I ry
Us ou will Come Again.
E3. 13. SWLN50N, Proprietor.
NOTICE TO CKEUUOK
In the Matter of the Erti nt S T.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointel admin
atratrix of the Entte of S T t'olvin,
deceased, by t h e County Court, ot
Lake County, Oregon, aun has ijiihII
tied. Now, therefore all titrsuiit hav
ing claims agalost the said entate are
beieby required to present them,
with proper vouchers, within six
mouths from the date of the notice,
lo t b e undersigned adimolstratrix
at the law office of W. Lair Thomp
I. O. O. F. Block, Lakeview, Ore.
1'iwitlvjly runnl niul not oln ilri n.l Ii . .hi Inu lm.ii Inirriiklly
Iiiiiiic.llme rullcf anil tun for miiriTim nl In-. I rol.U, I'hrmilc mir Uini, i-ohri-iIki Bron
rtilal tntx , Hriinrtiflli, LarynRltu. I'atarrlial id ulinun, A.ilnua auil Hay K-n-r.
Not a nii'.liclne to uiw l your u m. but ulinply a lablet whli li wh.-a iliawivpd Id wati-r
make, a wonderful cli analii, louthlnR.aiitl in alliiK autiai-.tlr, wlilcli In inM-cUlly a.l.trl to
the delicate nu-mbraiiv llulnn of the Now and Tlirimt aud when uwd wllb the (la( natal
douche which we supply, or a a K'Kle, 111 .niimili.lcly r.inovii I In) mucus li Ihorounhli
soo, lo LaKeview, L.aKe uouoiy, ure-' - r,..Unn, u.i mrnai, coiiMMiiieuiiy auyiug iho uiaiiiarfe
goo ' n1 lvl" n'ur opiHirtunltr lo set Hie repiralor ouam lino a hcallufol condition.
Dated this l&tb d a y O f January ' "" uinii wnno u i.r.-.ining pauaKea aru fll'id with poiaumiiia dli
1910. E E. COLVIN
Administratrix of tbe
Estate of H. T.
Marathon Race In Bugville.
New York Herald.
Following out a plan of Archbishop
O'Connell of Itoston, the music at the
funerals of priest In the future will
consist of Gregorian chants, sung by
other clergymen, fifty priests of the
archdiocese have begun rehearsals of
the music. The movement Is In accord
with a message from the Vatican some
time ago, la which the pope expressed
the wish that Gregorian chants be
oaed whenever possible.
LAND ON CROP
Eight thousand acres, all under
ditch, with water rights. The very
cream of the (Joldeu Goose Lake Val
ley. All level, Helecte-' many j-eara
ago for lease or sale on 4 jrop plan,
to farmers who can give proper ref
erences. These lends are the choicest
iu the valley.
Write to- HUNTER LAND CO.,
202 Aodros Uldg, Minneapolis,
or (J. JI. MeKeixlret), I.nkevlew.
icharirn of the mucui membrane, and iinlrti the breathing Pa-m re oli-anaed and treated
with the proper beallus entiarpttc a ilUl.l cold will Invariably n-.ull lu Ca. rrh, l.a Oil pp.
i "re throat, Cold In head or cheat and freijiieuUy reiulla aerloualy.
! OrinNby'a Nanal Douche treatmnnta will poalilvely n-tluvo fiiiim itlati'lT and 111 oure all
llm aHe. of tnc nose and throat and will lvo wonderful relief lo lufferura of Iirjuchlal troublr
; - o-uiuill l IT VIIIUSI alllU
I To con v I lice you that thlnadvirtliwineiit ataleii KACTS, hikii the roupnu below, mail it to
uii with 6m la., and we will Immediately mall you a I.(W lion of Ormby'. Nawtl Douube treat.
ineiitartmthiuInK th treatmimta wthKaMi nana! doiuheor forty treatmeuta without douche.
The i'l treatmeuta with douche will be mailed uiilemi othuiwlmi ordered. KKKK-We will
gladly mall you a valuable, book with chart In fire colors allowing the Oriuaby method by
which ilUi H.eii of the reapiratory oricani are treated.
tire of the tliounanda of unaoliclted teallmoiiInU wereceive:
' .,,.i u -'mIV.'" hlH! M'1V"'.r"i' """"i" " V"'" '" '' wrrled about a cold I had contracted
,an. which had aeliled In my head, from which po.Ul..ii II apparently Imponalble to
dIModue II ; aller uffi rlriK greatly for ten .lay. o, two weeks a fr prevailed upon m I T try
i riiib N l imi he'luolBia. with aim. ml iiiMaiitaneou. result.; In fai t the re.ults were Jo
extruii.elyi,rat llylng that I decided lo coiiilniie the iiM,f the Treatmeiiia in au eudeav to
cure iiMsc f of ual.rrh, with which I had .uffered lor years, and atlerta.i'g the medicine
.aceordiUK to .llrectlon, for alxiut lx we.-s. I was entirely cured and have ail been able lo
detect the .lighten! trace of the dicac mnee that time. nnuiuiiiu
A.il..n."'ndl'V'i,i7,V'r! iVo ril!":",nl? u' ,r,-n' wh0 ''"ered lor years from
. A.thma.and bel.a. Jii.t lift tlieoftlee all. r Itiforuiing me that the Tablet, had atitually cured
hlniMh.t he had not felt a tr.ee of the old trouble for more that Iwo ui jntha, iud Ihat that
j had been the longe.l rc.pite lie had tor about Iwenty year.
Now, geiitlemeii.thl. I. the flri time in ruy lite thai I have ever recommended lo any
appreclalci ti e high merit of the article that you are placing on the market aa a curative
'Kent. Very sincerely your.,
10.12 No. Bonnie Brae. Jons K, M.cUtoD,
Los Angeles, l alif.
You can't sow thistle and sv
reap ligs. If you plant wJ
Ferry's Seeds you Jr TV
k,3 li, every where. Ferry'i
iaVi ,9' S,,L 'nBU'
. X d. h. nm
f itclrell. ants,
Pacific Chemical Company,
5o 8.1iriaday, l o. Angelos. Cal.
Mease inall mo a. per your offer, l 10 box of Orm.by's Nannl bouchc Trealmeuls,
for which I enclo.e you Go cents-
Bakery: Fresh Bread and Pies, Gvery Day,
OFF YONG, Proprietor.
Short V'i. r IJouhc. 0X'ii Pny ami Night. McuIh at All Hours,
Private Uoxch ror Ludii s,