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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
O. E. LONZWAY, PROPRIETOR
BEST MEALS IN TOWN-Try Us
(iOOD, CLEAN ROOMS
Broad, Hot Rolls and Cakoa Baked Dally
WE MEG r AuL COMPETITION
Lakevicw Decorative Co.
Goose Lake Valley Irrigated
10.IXXI ncre. will dlvid nama Into any lxe (firm desin-d. All under
the New C-nnftl with tlrst pi-ifcrenee water rights: The very Cream nf
ihn Valley HeliH-td yearn ng all level, perfect alfalfn binds. Will
leuM lor term nf yer for art of crop. Some Iioiimcm and burn)
will Ihj built (or dcircnble tenants, Must kIvo references). Write
Hunter Land Co.
Well ""ttTKo. llldg.
Here U Where You Get Your Money's Worth!
When you huy Mutton Ntew at ; per pound,
Maveyou tried Our sugar cured Hams, Bacon?
No lietter made any where.
f.Jtril, home kettel rendered, absolutely pure, 6 lb. bucket 11.00
lu 40 Hi. num. Sc KnNh froien Oystera, 1.00 percuu. Kraut 00c
All kinds of first class fresh neat and Sausage
kept on hand.
We will pay the market price for ooJ beef und pork-hogs,
t'nah on delivery.
Come and fret nrquitlnteil with tin.
..riM,. qoosE LAKE VALLEY MEAT CO.
J.r, Mayficld, Qen.njrr.
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We tinT-.-mti'le an entire t rniiM-riit nl all Iteenrd In Lake
County which In any way.iiffeet Ib-al l'rniert.v In the county.
We Imve a i-miiplete Keeord nf every Murtiruge and tnillnfiT
ever nunle In l.nke County and ever t t given.
Errors Found In Titles
In trariHrribmic the record we have found nnmeroiiH tnort
RiigvH rectird'-l lu the Deed n-curd and indexed; aud man;
deedM are recorded In the Mortiruire record and other book-.
MnndredM nf mort i;nm'B ami .Iim4 ii'e n(lr lml.xed at nil. and
UioHt dittli-uli to trxce ll from I In- rcci inln
We have notations of all these Errors. (
Other it it iii t tlii'i i Iii-iii c luive put !iiiidreiM 'if 'lolliirw
hunt I n up h'-wo error and we en n full uu.irn nice our work
J. I). VENATOR,
We mean Miners, Farmers, Mechanics
ENJOY LIFE AND WEAR
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
Copper Riveted Overalls
f-atcntc hav ia itrt
tmel'two horse" brand
Thry are the Best
Every Pair Guaranteed
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Chlldrea
The Kind You Have Always Bought
CHICHESTER S PiLLS
1-adlral Aaa yuur I'raarf.t fif
I'lllalo Urd nj O.ct.,111 l' '
t'ct, Mtietl Willi I'll "'M-r ''
laaeaaathar. Nf tf wr v
ruM. .k 111-4 irY a-TKBS
'tValoND IIHAMU t'lLLK, fat
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYIRVWHCRE
) T V vJ
fTheae artlrlre and lllimtrii tlon muet not
be rprlnlrd without apnclal prmla-
THE COOSE AND HER GOLDEN
If your K'Mimj hefc'InH to Iny In lift
cemlxT, when irkh ore no til(h. dou't
rlw tito Kind a cry. HUe will aoon
quit und mart again In February, the
real Ix-KlnnltiR of th rubberneck breed
In if. tayliiK and broody aeaaon.
When Mm. Joow wIhIioh to lay she
will (rlvo you the tip by carrylnn round
m hk mid Nlriiw. Then by quietly
driving and penning her In n plnre
where you wlMh her to lay and alt and
keeping her then a few hours at a
I me alio will there make her neat If
undlnturbed and neatlng material la
8he will lay from eight to twwit.v
egg and then get broody, but if re
moved to n darkened coop, ,-kcpt on
abort rations for a few days and then
returned ahe will lay agniu and iigiiln
The trick nin.v Ik' pln.vcd n hccoikI
time, but the third hiving Fhor.ld ie
left for the fjillliful t'MMe in Incul'iiie
111 this Wily l.tv e's lire nf'en :c
cured from one amine In ii waxiei. tin
KiirpliiH Ix-lng net under Inns. Inr,e
breed n nuch HruhiiuiH. 'm'!iIiih ri m I
LutigKhiitiN being used, alx e;rg. wi-L'h
- -l Ii. . Vi
TllR WHUK EMDIIKN NESTING.
Ing two pinnule, being enough for
a hen to cover. If two geese or a
goose ii nd n hen are net with the Idea
of giving nil the gulls to one goose the
transfer Klmuld be uuide at ulght, 89 1
the old gtMise will detect the hen odor
on the gosling und reject or kill them.
Ity morning they nil smell ulike. Tho
nest ii In ni Id be hollowed out bo the
eggs may not roll awuy, be exposed to
tne morning sun anil if possible be
neiir ii si renin, ho the old goose may
wet the e;:gs with her feathers when
tdie returns from a swim.
Those under hens should bo sprin
kled wild tepid water every ot her day.
I Veil, gravel, sand and water bhould
be kept near the nest, and the goose
should not be disturbed, as In her
ell'orts to defend the nest she will
hiv.il; the euvs, and. besides, the big
gamier, who guards his mate while not
on the nest hiiusi'll'. may uttaek you
il h serious result s.
(loose egs h.iti-h in twenty-eight to
thirty-live days, and gulls must bo re
moved nl night. They must also lie.
returned early or the mother will 11
owu t hem.
The most popular and best laying
geese, are Toulouse, Embdea and Af-
Toulouse and African lay forty to
sixty egga per year and Embden twen
ty to forty, und one goose often raises
three broods a Benson. i
Don't tire your Jaw and other peo
ple by criticising a competitor's stock.
I 'or Jealousy lluiimau bung, bo bold
jour tongue and rest your lung or you
might be stung.
Don't knock tho expressman when
the company bunkoes you. He gets
light pay for an awful long day.
Don't scald broilers for market
Their tender akin will tear and you'll
Don't set tbat Incubator till you have
It perfectly clean and all parts lu per
Dou't be too sure the Incubator ther
mometer Is all right. Hettcr test two
together A difference shows one
Don't fall to closely examine tne
brooder and Incubator heaters. A Ilttlo
neglect niii'ii causes a great tire.
Don't buy u msl class cock and
li .. 'it ; V iking to hutch
tburoj, ! ''s '' i'!' get fakes.
lion I ... iie iirooiier together with
out !v-i"i . and ''.lHj.ectlon for Ter-
i,nyt " 't'"'e.-,i u iplngs aecurou'
late lu thick coanugs ou the floor.
Sanitary Quarter htdp aioke the dol
MR. TOM TUMBLEDOWN.
f1 ru know Mr. Torn Tumlilfwlowti,
A innn of wlilo tnown?
Oh. li inuRt livs In your town
At nM plar tKll4 Tumhlwlown.
Juki tanilil to our tl of Tom.
Wtii Rlilinn-y' luirilllnr down,
llo's rickety rackety. Ilka hi plc,
This trflr, lar.y clown.
It ti4 keeps utoro, It's full of Hust,
A"1 Ida ncola Is full of rust,
Whilo K'lods ara scaltare'l avarywhare.
And -v!rytlilna lKk musaml.
Or ms ofTIro Is a frurful night.
With e-lKSr atump daroratar,
Wlillo Ida walls me nil dona up In brown
Whara anpf-rts hava cxpacloraiad.
Ant To'n'a fiirm I'Kiks Ilia vary aama
Kvarytlilng's Kfiina to rack,
Wlilla pvrry horse, cow am sow
Is a rallMnit oll hoim r-v k.
Tom's'f hlckens roost on tha wagon whaal.
Ills lurks not on tha fanca, I
TunillMl Into tha thence.
And Vom loafs alona: and laughs at fata.
Ills critics all forglvlna.
Ha swIiiks on his rlckefy garden gata
While his poor wife earns the living.
But don't let's be too hard on Tom
As we list to lots narration.
It may be we are Tom himself
Or else some near relation.
C. M. B.
KURIOS FROM KOR RESPONDENTS
Q. Some of my pigeons bare a moat
peculiar dlseaac. A cock bird's wing
became stiff. 1 bred from him, and
Dow two of bis squabs have a stiff
wing. What la this disease, lta cause
A. The trouble la called "wing bone"
and la claimed to come from Inbreed
ing and Improper feeding at time of
molt. It U cankerous In nature, and
victims should be killed.
Q. Ia It true that a Leghorn ben
mated to a Cochlu mole becomes a
bnlf, Leghorn aud half Cochin aodl
from that time remains the same, it
matters not with what otber breeds
A. No. That fool notion exploded
fifty years ago. To mate an eleven
pound cock with a ben half. the size
in, however, a colossal fool atunt.
Q. Is there any way to make hens
A. Yes. Ten them In a coop where
there Is little room to exercise; feed
only whole corn to make them fat and
lazy. The hotter the coop the better.
Q. Which do you consider the more
Important, shape or color?
A. The Haying is, "Shape mnkes the
breed, color the variety." Thus If
you don't have the ahnpe you haven't
the breed. Both shape and color In
every aectlon are scored, and the result
decides the prize. A good ahnpe with
bad color and a good color with bad
ahape are seldom considered where
there Is competition.
Q. How can 1 prevent my pheasants
from cutlng their egg? How many
eggs ahould a pheasant lay In a sea
eon? A. If you will watch, you. will dis
cover that the cock birds generally d'
the tricky Tn thi spring, place a bun
dle of brash In each center of your
phcarantry. leave Just room enough be
hind for hen, and a hole In the bundle
Just large enough for hen to creep
through. Huy o- make eggs (ground
glass) game nlze shape and color as
pheasant's egg. Always have one lu
nest, find scatter o few around and let
the birds dull their beaks on them.
Always gather csvs closely. Twenty
five to thirty per Leu. j
FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS, j
To Incubate thoroughbred mice store I
untbrashed grain for Utter. To get
chickens with crop bound fill up the
scratch floors with such material. To
kill the chirks turn them loose ou It.
Nearly nil pigeon diseases originate
In neglect. Lack of grit to grind their
food is chief cause c' their mortality.
It's the red mites that worry and
weaken and wreck the flock. Don't
waste money on louse faint. Use cofil
oil on them, and plentr of It.
.As an Instance of how fabulous
stories originate, n pk'ccn dropped ex-hau-ted
en tho de-k if n siii;) off
r.r.-izil. Having the mi ne "Antwerp"
on !'! leg band, the cap-aln jumped to
the conclusion that It 1) id tl vn from
AYtwerp a dl-'tauee of XTitX) miles.
The fame "Antwerp'' vas the breed
to which th? pigeon belonged.
The cpideuile of mouth and foot dis
ease cost the government $."i)0,tXH and
the lives of SillO") animal.- There was
a great cry at the begliudng about It
being a poultry disease. We live right
where the most cases existed and o
far have not heard of on hen that
hHnded In her checks except for feast
ing the government official
We are reading of niuny postcard
showers, but It remained for a North
Ynklma (Wash.) congregation to in
t reduce the unique In the form of a
"chicken shower." The pastor's flock
of 10 beltu poisoned, It did not rain
"dogs and cats," but chickens. As
ministers In the west are scai-ce, this
may simply be a ruse to attract a
A hen over nineteen years old re
cently died at Rtrlnestown. ra There
wore many generations at the funeral
The past wluter a watch was kept
on Philadelphia butchers to see that
all hogs were dead before scalding,
This rule should be applied to poultry
plants and private homes, where
chickens aro often scalded alive,
A solid train of turkeys, 10.000 tn
number, was distributed from nagers
town. Md., during the holidays. Think
of the la horn and losses to raise that
. It's a foollh sport that takes a sick
bird t' n show supposing that tha
iiulce vviil not II nd It.
The exposure, of transportation and
confinement and excitement of the
rhow pom are hard enoue-h for vigor
ous birds to bear.
Tor Infants and Children.
Al.r.JilOL 3 PfcK CENT.
AVcjelaWg Prppanfion CrAs
ling Ha- SioraviB andfloweb i
ncss and RmXoutaliu nafar
PPaalPBaW f aWVWa
ADerfed Braxdv for Pro
ton . 50UT ifflnaciL uunw
ness and Loss op Sleep.
ItcSwak Sijnanvt of
The Kind You Have
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Twe aaarraua maiir, mtm tsaa anr.
C. O. MISENER
j:F arm. Lands j
! Orchard Lands 1
j Timber Lands j
ERECTED IN 1000
iAHPLE ROOn Jtt 1 f'-'
For COnnERClALr'ii '.:r.
LIGHT & HARROW,
F. P. LIGHT
Origin of Kilta.
It will doubtless surprise many
Scotchmen to learn that the kilt as at
present woru is only a modern fancy
costume and Is not of Scottish orlglu
at all. The honor of its Invention Is
due to two Englishmen an army tailor
who accompanied General Wade's
forces to Scotland In 1719 and Thom
as Rawlinson. overseer of some Iron
worka lu Glengarry's country. For
more than a century previously, in
deed, the tartan plaid had been the
common garb of the hlghlanders, but
It was all In one piece, wound in folds
around the body, leaving the knees
bare. Prior to the adoption of the tar
tan, which probably took place about
the close of the fifteenth century, the
long, loose saffron colored skirt, the
real "garb of old Gaul," was the high
land dress. Loudon Mall.
8he Was Willing.
Man-Well. It's just this way: If I
buy you a new coat I'll have to wear
my old one another season. Wife
You sweet, generous thing, you!
None but the 111 bred ridicule tn pe
culiarities of osiers.
TKE WORK IS
LT5 PaICS Sii,