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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1911)
Children Cry for Fletcher's
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i iinvc Arrays Itoujrht, nml which lins boon
u JJO i;rf lins born tho nhjrnutu.ro of
- Hid tins 1mhii made under his per
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All Countcrit-I'.s, Imitations and "Just-iM-good ar but
Experiments timt trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and CMldrcu Kxixrienco against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Ciudorin la n luti-mloss oubstitute for (Wr Oil, rare
porlo Drops niul Soothing Sjrupa. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotle
fiubstanee. Its ngc is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Feverlshnesa. It cures Dlarrluva and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teethlnjr Troubles, cures Constliatlon
and Flatulency. It asslmlLites the Food, regulates the
" Stomach and llowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
I Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
tm( ertrrauM commht. rr ui arntrr. hiw yok errv.
ERECTED IN 1900
For COnn ERCI A L f
LIGHT & HARROW. Proprietors
F. P. LIGHT GEO. HARROW
THE LARGEST AND
BEST IN THE WEST
Stone & Utley
JUST TIII.SK, WE VAX SELL
YOU THE FAMors WISTER
U AX AS A. SPITZES ItURG ASD
ALL STASDARD AI'f'LE TREES
FOR $11.00 PER ACRE
EVER 1 OSE KSO 1 1 7? THE A LUA X Y
SURSERIES USSURPASSES FOR
QUALITY. SAVE YOVR ORDERS
FOR US. ADDRESS ALL ORDERS
TO E.J. STOSE. PHOTOGRAPHER
MAIS ST., LAKEVIEW, OREGOX.
The Proof of the Pudding
Is in the eating of it. Have you tried our make
of Sugar-Cured Hams and Bacon, also
our Home Made Mence Meat?
THEY WILL STAND THE TEST
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.
J. M KPli Y, Pbophietob
Special Attention to Transient Stock. Horses
Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open. Phone 571
LAKEVIEW :::::: OREGON
Lakeview Meat Market
HAYES A GROB, Propr'S
Choice Beef, Mutton, PorR, Veal, Etc., Etc.
Try our Sausages and Cured Meats
LAKE MAY HAVE
Salem. July 28.- With a law on the
statute book of Oregon making possl
bla th eatablahmert of county librar
ies. Miss Corn?lia Marvih'."cfatrman
o the atate library comm'aaion. hopei
ooon to pee county librariea in every
county seat in Oregon ami a apecial
postal rate on books as a compliment
ary system working for the betterment
of rural life in this state.
For several years the American
Axaoication of Librarians haa been
J working for a special mail rate on
hooks. The rcgujar book post is as
J low a rate as the government gives on
library books. At present no conces-
J sion is made by the poatoffice depart- j
ment, but libraries must pay the full
book rate. Express companies make a j
' half rate on library books anil now that :
j the postal deficit is being cut down, !
librarians feel some reduction should '
be made by the government.
Several of the more progressive
counties in Oregon are agitating the
proposition of county libraries. Uptoi
the last legislature only thore counties :
having a population of 50,000 or over ,
were permitted to levy a special tax j
for a county library. Multnomah i
county had developed fine library. I
The last legislature removed this limi-1
t at ion and now several counties are!
preparing to make a start.
"A system of county librariea in the
county seats." declares Miss Marvin,
"together with our rural mail routes
and a special tax on the mails for
books, would do more for the country j
people than any other thing imagin-j
able. Circulating libraries reach com-1
munities where there are a number of:
families together. But through the
library post the isolated family could
be reacned with the best books. To :
get the people back to the soil means .
must be developed for giving isolated
homes some of the advantaged enjoyed j
by the homes nearer the centers of
population. Any county could make a)
levy to start a library at the county
seat. After the county has attained
a population of 50.000 a special tax of
one and one halt mills may be levied
for the erection of a county library i
buidling. " j
Odds Had eoiln In lndlea cttnvaHi
shoes .Vk1, 75c and f I 00. Merc. Co. I
WOOL BILL VETO
The Oregonian : In pursuance of a
programme which has evidently been
agreed upon between the insurgent
Republicans ami the IVmocrata the
farmer's free list haa been voted upon
in th' Senate and passed. It remains
to be cen whether the Fronldent will
veto It or not. The till placet upon
the free lixt a number of article which
farmers are known to use extensively,
such as flour, sewing machines and
agricultural implements. It la suppos
ed t compensate them for the losses
which they will po!hly suffer through
reciprocity with Canada. The recipro
city agreement was allowed to Pass
with the private understanding between
the insurgents and Democrats that
this free list should follow it. an 1 now
the plan is carried out as far an the
combination can accomplish their purpose.
In our opinion Mr. Taft will veto the I
bill. He will do ao for two reasons
probably. For one thing, he does not
believe that reciprocity will injure the
fnrmers and he is willing to give them
a few months to discover that fact for
themselves. The outcry that has been
made against the agreement on the
poor farmer'a account will then have
lout about all of ita force.
In the second place, the President
wishes to wait for tho report of the
tariff commission before he permits
any further reduction of duties. The
commission may find that some of the
articles included in the farmer'a free
list are not taxed more than they
ought to be. In that case, why cut
down the duties? The rule adopted
by the Republicans is that the duties
ought to counterbalance the lower
labor cost of some articles in foreign
coutries. It seems reasonable to wait
until we know something more about !
this cot before going ahead with tariff '
reductions. Mistakes are more easily
corrected before they are made than
afterwards, if one may lapse hit a
Hibernianism. Upon these grounds 1
Mr. Taft will probably make up his
mir.d that it is just as well to wait un
til next winter before doing anything'
more with the tariff. There will lie '
plenty of time between that and the 1
next Presidential campaign to do what-'
ever is necessary and explain it to the
August 28, 1911. is the date on which
settlement may be made upon the
landa restored from the Klamath Pro
ject, as reported in the Examiner, last
AS A FLEA KILLER
Washington. D. C. Aug. 8.-Is
your dog covered with fleas? Does
the family cat ait around all day mak
ing futile and ineffectual stabs at its
week. The lands will be subject to en-! hind ,ej?8 at inact.e88ib,e pacea on ju
try, unless otherwise appropriated. ; .natmv in n pffort to ot h ..UHive
September 27. 111 1. at the United ! foeg? Dq the other fouMeKtcd ani.
BlarfeB bind office at Lakeview. w aro- mas that belon(f to the fami,y loo aflo
iuk iein expremy Kiven inai . Kjve evidence of being inhabited by the
peraon will tie permuted to khid or
s exercise aoy right whatever under
any nettlenient or occupation after
withdrawal from settlement and
entry and prior to AugjMt 2S, VJll.
Following ia a list of the lands to be
reatored to entry:
T.40S.R. 8 K.. SW4' N W and
W'4 NWtf. Sec. : NW'. SW. and
NWJSKJtf. Hec. 7; SWJf SW Sec
10; SW NE'f. NW?i W1, S XWJ
and NJg, Sec. 17; NW S,H4 NWJj
arid8!iSe?.21;S,i SWtf, and BWitf
SK!4.Sec. 2S; XK4'. Nfff, and
K'4 SWfc, Sec. 27; 8E XE'i. VX
XWamlSWU, Sec. :).'l; NW'.4' and
W4 KV4'. Sec. 34.
T. 41 8.. R. 8 E., NJ.i Sec. 4; XJtf;
SWJf, XEi SEaufl W8' SK)j, Sec.
5; W.'v yK'i, NW and Sec. H;
NW'4 XWJ. lot 4 and 5. be-. HI.
T 40 S , It 11 E , all Seca. 19 and !?0;
yt SE, U)4 SE ., Kec. 21; all
S c. 25; SEX, S HEX, E4 SKJi"
hec. 2S; N,'i XE'. S NWJf. HWJ
KW Sec. 29, SE XW and lot 1,
Sec. 30; NE, SW, E' HWt, S
HE'4, Sec. 34; NEtf. NWJ. S SW',
N)4 BEJif, Sec. 35; NKJ, Sec. 3)
T. 40 S., It. 11 E., E XWJi. Sec. 3.
T. 40 K., K. 12 E., all S.r. 27; XEJtf,
NWj, XK4'SEJ. Sec. 2X; XEi.SW4,
S SWi, Sec. 29; NEtf. Ej XW,
xe;4 swj,4l x; sej, iota l. 2. 3, 4,
Sec. 30; lots 1, 2 and 3, Sec. 31; S
NEj4,Hec. 34; HE, E NW!4', XWJ
NWJ-i, NE SEJi. K-c. 35.
? . 41 8.. K. 12 E., N'FJi, SWft, XtJ
SW, S4 SEX, Sec. 1.
T. 41 8.. K. 13., SEX. El4 E)i, Hvc.
is, EX SEX Hiid lot , S!C. 19.
8. V. I'roiidfltt. AHMlMtunt
ConimlHHloner of the Ouoer
al Laud Office.
Will Sell for $1250
cash or trade for ranch or stock,
my 1-4 interest or $2500 equity in
good Planing, Shingle and Saw
Mill, 10 miles from Alturas, Cal.
Good marketsell more than mill
can produce at 10,000 feet per day
at $17,00 per 1000 at mill. Capac
ity of shingle mill 20.000 per day.
All in good running order. Invite
an investigation of property.
Wm. K. Harris,
tf . P. O. Box 23 1 , Alturas, Cal.
biting paratiites? Then use a vacuum
cleaner. All the dog soap and cat soap
on the market i" worthleHS when com
pared to the common or garden variety
of vacuum cleaner, according to a
statement of C. Barnwell Robintton,
dean of the United States Allege of
Veterinary Surgery in this city. The
doctor has been experimenting for
years in a vain effort to rid "Perdicu-
Jlus." the surgery's pet cat, of the
j numerous fleas, which bothered her.
The other day. while a vacuum
cleaner was being used to withdraw
the surplus dirt from the floor of the
animal hospital, one of the attendants
playfully ran the nozzel over the cat's
back. At first the feline resented the
attack, hut, upon second thought. Hhe
stayed, and the operation was renewed.
It was found that a large number
of fleas that had found a resting place
in "Perdiculus" fur had been killed by
the application of the cleaner. From
that time on Dr. Robinson veraciously
averts that the cat voluntarily bucka
up to the cleaner to receive her daily
Dr. RobinHgon has found that the
vacuum apparatus is a great success
as a ilea exterminator, and he intends
to spread the news broadcast, so that
all other animal ownersas well us the
animals themselves may profit by the
Noted Horseman Dead
Salem, Aug. 1. Sam Canto, veteran
horbe trainer and known to horsemen
along the entire Pacific Coast, died to
day, aged 47. Heart failure and
Bright'a disease with complications of
other maladies, caused hia death. For
many years he had been handling
horses at the state fair grounds, and
not a horseman who haa visited this
place on the North Pacific fair circuit
but knew him. The funeral will be
held tomorrow afternoon at St.
Joseph'a Catholio Church. Burial will
be in the Catolio cemetery.
A well known Dew Moinea woman
after (Differing miaerably for two days
from bowel coTnplaint, wua cured
by one doae of Clminbcrlulii's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrbeoa cure. For sale
by all good dealer.
f.lST PKICKS ON
Clear Lumber, Mill Work
FROM Til 15
WILLOW RANCH, CAL.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
Prescriptions have been filled at
this store in the past five years
This nvorcl shows better than
anything cise the confidence
placed in this store by
both doctor and
THORNTON'S DRUG STORE
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. M. COHtY, Otnmrml Maiiagir
LAKEVIEW . OREGON
Oprtt 9UfM, carrying Unlftd 5Ut Malls, Eipm and uiMtri mm lb
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO TLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
Airronomuis opkkatkd in connection with thu staors
PAHKSi OttcWay Hound trip
Klamath Falls Route - - $10.00 $18.00
Alturas Route 5.00 9.00
Pluah Route 4.00 7.00
. P. DUCKWORTH
orriff. Water St.
Telephone No. I(t
M. HUNK MR
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
.1. I. DL'I'KWOItTII, .MAN.MiKK
Transfer and Drayage Ice Delivered
it (;;.(;i: ami iioi si:iioi.ii ;is srniti:i
ItATKH Y llM-.lll.iroV MtHAMI
ouit :i;ktoh:ks auk orit ai'i;htimkih"
The Lowest, Warmest and
Best Valley in Lake County
Wh havu m.iii.v U'li'HtTf IniftM, hoiiii- mljolnlntf I-hici)
Ht from l.ri0 to f;i.r)0, onu rutir of Hittnc m itlt Tftunl vvuUt
rltflit 011 a iit-vi'r fdlliiiK aiit-aiu.
AIho lliii'Mt of natural iim'uiIowm.
Don't li;av Laka Ciuntj without ati'iiijr tliia valli-y.
Jennings-Meyer Realty Company
VALLEY FALLS : : : : OREGON
No doubt you realize the great importance
of planting such variiies of fruits and flow
ers that have been demonstrated to be suc
cessful under like conditions in other com
munities. We have been growing general
nursery stock in the mountains for many
years and WIS KNOW.
SEND FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LIST
Jhe Klamath Nurseries. Klamath Falls. Oregon