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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1911)
A complete line ol
watron ami Iiikk
rohe, bit., rlaieit,
spurs, quilts, rose
ettes, etc., etc.
Kverj thing In the
line of carriage
and horse furnish'
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
By DUNDAS HENDERSON
IMJI CJV. Willi I I ,4 ' J IV I I J T .
DOC TO MOJ
, I at
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO,
Abstracts to O.V.L. Property
. . lor each tract of land in Lake Co.
Sf 5ffJ I or eac Town Lot in Lakeview,
V" I Oregon, including first deed from
' the Company.
Get our special prices for Abstracts of Title to any
real estate in Lake County.
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
NEVADA -CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY
Daily Service Except on Sundays
Train No. 2 leaves Alturas at - - - 5:05 A. M.
Arrives atReno, Nevada, at - - - 6:05 P. M.
nam No. 1 leaves Keno, Nevad, at - 8:45 A.M.
Arrives at Alturas at 9:50 P. M.
S. P. Co's Trains leave Reno as follows:
No. 23 leaves Reno for San Francisco at - 7:30 p m.
No. 3 leaves Reno tor San Francisco at - 2:45 a. m.
No. 4 leaves Reno for the East at - - - 9:25 p.m.
No. 2 leaves Reno for the East at - - - 9;50 p. m.
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have made n etui re transcript of all Records In Lake
County which In any wa.v, affect Heal Property In the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
ever made In Lake Countf, and ever Deed glren.
Errors Found in Titles
In tranecriuinkt the record we have found numerous mort
gages recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
deeds are recorded lo the Mortgage record and other books.
Hundreds of mortgages and deeds are Dot Indexed at all, and
moat difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of ail these Errors.
Others annot fini them. We have pat n u in J reds of dollars
bunting up these errors, and we can fully gu srantee onr work.
J. D. VENATOR,
WILLOW RANCH 01 CHARD TRACTS
Apples Apples Apples
10 ACRE TRACTS
Planted, Irrigated, Sprayed and Cared for
Price $150 per Acre
One-third down, balance $20 per month
No Taxes, No Interest
Trf-State Land Company
Vfrlie for Booklet and Information
The Amount You Must
Spend on Advertising:
It mav not vecur to the a vera ere re-
1 tail merchant that the nrouortion of his
income being scent on advertising is so
small that the effect is like trying to
O paint a big house with a ten cent can
of unint. All this advertising is. of
course, good, for even thouah it brings
no results, it shows that tne merchant
has an ooen mind in the matter and is
subject to reason. Retail advertising,
or. indeed, anv advertising, no matter
4.0 w small, to get sure results, must be
done on some scientific nlan that has
guided similar campaigns to success.
The most imoortant item in such a
camoaisn is the minimum amount to be
suent on it.
If 999 out of every 1000 retail adver
tisers will go into the Question of their
advertising. I believe they will find
that it ia nut costing them one ucr cent
Der annum of their incomes. In most
cases it will be found to cost them
How they exnect to vet results from
that extraordinary percentage is known i
! to themselves alone. Onlv in very ex
' ceDtional cases will an expenditure like
this even return the actual gross
amount on the campaign.
The most successful retail stores in
the world are the large New York.
Philadelphia and Chicago department
stores. These concerns are known all
over the world, and particularly so to
. the men. women and children in tnis
country. If anv class of retailers could
dispense with advertising it is they.
. Yet they spend from 5 to 15 per cent
j of their vearlv incomes in advertising
i their goods. They are not spending
'that portion of their incomes on adver
: tising as a mere matter of tun. you
j may be certain. Every red cent of out
going is jealously watched. If one
hundredth part of one per cent can be
saved it is saved.
The expenditure is the result of care
; ful experiment in all possible way.
: and under all possible conditions and it
has been found necessary to spend that
amount of their enormous incomes
i to get the results that thev now obtain.
The local retailer mav learn a lesson
from this. If great organizations like
these stores have to SDend such a per
centace of tneri intones to get results
large sums like that get proportion
ately greater results than small sums
what must the small merchant soend to
get sure results from his advertising?
When next you consider advertising,
! Mr. Retail Merchant, figure out how
' much vou are going to spend. It it is
! less than 5 per cent, sit down and think
' the matter over carefully and if you
I cannot persuade yourself to spend at
'leant 5 per cent on a scientific plan that
has brought success to others, get a
mirror and have a good look at a bad
j There is another important thing
about retail advertising.
After you nave made un vour mind
j to the amount you are going to spend
; on it. see that you put salesmanship in
i to the space you buy. Salesmanship is
just as necessary in vour advertising
as it is in your store. With it in both
1 your store and advertising, success is
j certain, for vour sales organization
will be so strong that only bad gr-ods
or insufficient capital can kill it.
There are four principles to! all
salesmanship, whether in your store or
newspaper: First vou must, attract
attention ; second vou must secure the
interest of the possible customer; third
vou must create a'desire to buy and
fourth, but by no means least vou
must induce the actual process of buy
ing. All these reouirements necessitate
close study and much experience ot
successful advertising before thev can
be blended together to make a perfect
advertisement. The average retailer is
not an expert at advertisement con
struction, any more than the ordinary
grocer is an accomplished phvsic'an.
How then is the retailer to get ad
vertising that brings results or as it
may be called, salesmanship on paper?
There are on the market now a num
ber of hitrh grade syndicated advertis
ing services. These services are got
out bv concerns with am rile cuniiul
who have retained the services ot the
rrnriitrnt Wlllam ll.Tati
Vlre I'roalitxnl .,. ..JarueaS.HIieiman
fci'miarjuil stale I'lilleiiitir I', knni
iMoetat ut Triwiury Krauklln MarVe'.iili
Secreier j ( War Jeiuli B litrklnum
Alturiujr Oeneral (iixirii W. Wlikeiaham
fiiaimaeter Oeimral frank II, llltehi'awk
4:'r.lrw ill N., ll.Mifai, Villi I.. Ml'VI'l
I l..l mlntl avruirt In tha Country to I 4nirir I ii inrliir Hli'lmnl A. linMlnm'i
' , , M'l...... i K'rilr)r nl Akf li'llllur Jmiii'i W IImiii
i wiitim mrv imi mini, p"'""."' .-
j mtn construct advertisements which
are sold t small retailers thrmnihnut
tho country at a nominal cost, ranging
from one dollar ncr week uu. The lame
number of one kind of advertisements
sutmlied to thouxaniU of retailers
makes these low prices possible. The
services are usually old in a series of
52. one advertisement for each week
in the vear. towother with a first class
couoerplato cut of an (lustration drawn
bv a hish priced artist. At the tou of
these columns, will bo seen some re
duced fac similos of ads of this kind.
The merchant who uses advertising
in his local newsuaocr anace with out
nutting salesmanship into it when he
can get it for so low a cost, ia just like
a man who would rather have a achool Hoiwwuuur
bov in his store to sell his goods than a
The editor of this paper will be glad
to suonlv full particulars of tbe most
successful.of tlioje snvdicated advertis
ing services to enquirers. Merchants
are adviscJ to be in time, however,
for only one service fo a kind can lie
uned In each town.
S-ori'lr't nl i..mmtTO riirlm Nmii'l
l lUnUmUm Clmrli't Kilwuril Whtis
V'i('iiin Wrnr. it. H. Vrmlim I'nmmliwioiiM
W. A, Ku liriln.,.,,.U.S. I ml l oihhiImIuIiiu
Wov.Tnor )wM Wrtil
pVcr'r of Hum f. V, Himumui
l runrir TIhi. M. Km
Altiiriii' Hi'lioral A. M.'rniil
Supi. t'utiilo luttruclliin I.. K. aI'Itiiiii
I'muri W. S. Innil)
Poiry nil Food Cum J. VV. luilri
0 S rbinatura I JiihSllio Hnurtiv. Jr.
f A. W. Iitiy
Chief Jiinlli R.M. nmti
I r, A. Mnrt
! II. J. Hrsll
'111. II. Hurni'tt
lr. a. wo unci
td its jiiiiicui uiarann.
luils .... Il.-iiri I.. HnniHiii
AlUirtivy p. V. tuykm.lal,
tl. II Murrvmau
II I HlkDp
o a.LANp orricK.
Arthur W. Orion HKiUim
'rrS C Croueiulltr Hwvlvvr
LA kit COUNTY
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L'lTk r.W. km jut
SbrnfT w II Hiu.lnr
I'rtMUurer F. O. Ahlatruui
Aaavaaor .....A.J. KiiaMl
MhiHil Cuil. K. H, J ark aou
mr)for a. A. Miiabon
OumulMloavrs I f"1""
I r, K AniliTaiiu
CountT iork InuiMHur P. t', Malloi
town of iuASa'iaw.
t SdiiIIIiim i
0. J. M lluox I
i S. Amen i
1. a. Uis 1
. 1 rcaurt
lakkvikw ho a k i) or tkakS
rwudeut w. tl. Kit IKK
i're..irer r. M. Mili.i
' V. USnalllug
luauce C'aDiinllleiuao U V. ( unu
uiluilrla. c, K Spatfi
uoaclijr - W. K. I'Aiue
"r W. f. llerr'urd
4uulcll II. W. lri-nkl
isncullural 8 V. Krbarl
Hiiuiiia Maailquarinri lor Htrauvera.
In the Poultry Yard
There are several sians that indicate
good health a bright red comb, acti
vity, readiness for food, and a glossy
and smooth appearance of the feathers.
Under no circumstances should an
unhcatlhv bird be allowed a place In
the breeding pen. since such ran not
fail to have an extremely injurious
effect on the nroirenv.
I like the wire nosts in the hen house
I have thrown awav the bulky insect
harboring wooden boxes. One can put
three wire nests in the space usually
occupied bv a wooden box. and there is
not a place in or around the wire nests
for niltcs to live.
Place the pullets in their winter
nuatters. before thev start laving. It
gives them a good chance to become
acquainted with their new home.
Place a china egg in each nest so as
to ituide them to the proper place to
lay their eggs when thev get ready.
This month April-hatched pullets
should begin laying.
When the crop becomes very larre.
and the fowls show siirns of disease,
keen them away from all food, allow
ing only water for forty-eieht hours.
Then give them all they will eat of
n.i.. 1 ....;..., nil. 4l.n.
..i.e. -vu ...,,.. "- fllklMTIAS rH'IKM K MKKTlSliS .very Sun
nothing else but water for several I day aii.nnou, at 2 u'uiwk, at the home ot
hours more, or until they show thev J Lr::,,,LA:
are relieved. I have never known the i '""WT HAt-TiM CHl Ki H or M'Mwie iaki
KC.H Ul RECTORY
riKKT MKTIIOPIsr rill'KCII-SUMlAV
touoiil el 10 a. m. Treadling every Sunday al
II a. iu. and J: u. in. Enworlh league ery
miiday eyeulii al :4v. Vrayer Miwiuig Thura
lay al 7:au o. m. Co Ir m.'tumg at 7::)p. ui
wllra' AlJ-k.itry Wlin.alay al 1:90 p. m.
Aearjruody cordially Invlti'd to all evrvimta.
M. 1. H IKK. faatur.
rlKT BAt'IlMT I IH Ki ll of I.AKKVIKtt
rreachlug Mrvlce at 11 A M aud 7: JO P 4 ov
Ull and anl Sun. nun. lay heli.xil al 10 A M
Junior Society al I:.) 1' M. Maptlet Voung
fulu'a I'ulon al 4:Mu f M on rarti Sunday
frayur Moulliu al 7:3U t M kVvdiiaaday eve
Dlug. Kvvrybody Invited lo aiti-ua all fcer
iwi. UK V. II. SMI 111. faatur.
CAIIIOLU; t'HUKCII -KVltKY SUNDAY MASt
at k:UO and 10 a.iu.; Koaerjr al 7:su u.m. Maaa
on weekday at 7 :iat am.
MATlllAS 8C11MITT, H.J.
KIKT I'KKSHY'l'eKlAN I I1U1K II OK L K K-
., ui.i-la In the Maauiilo Hall. Sunday
St liuol at IU:UI A.M.: Morning hervlre al II :uu
r.vc-uuig nor vice at 7:;hj, rrayer Mm-ting on
Mrdncedaya al 7:30 f.M. All are rnr.lially In
VlUd. HIV. V. S. I'H YSi:, l). p., I'aalor.
remedy to fail. From October Farm
Around the Farm
There are few things in life more
despicable than the man who blames
it on his wife.
In these dava of muck-raking, the
farmer who is able to rake up a good
compost heap stands to win.
Most horses can hear well, and yet
vou would think from the sound of
some men's voices when at work that
the animals were deafer than posts.
If potatoes are inclnined to rot.
don't fee in a hurry to dig yours. Leave
them in the ground as long as vou
can before digging. There will be far
less waste. I have seen some lots of
potatoes all go to mush after thev were
dug; whereas, if they had been left in
the earth till cold weather came on,
most of them might have been saved.
Manv a good man is in such haste to
let the world known where he stands
on the tariff, reciprocity, and the direct
election of Senators," that his patient
wife can not find out where he stands
on tho important domestic questions
of water in the house and a new car
pet for the parlor. Save the country,
brethren ; that 'a right ; but don't for
get to save the wife, for after all what
is tbe country to you when vou have
lost a good helpmeet?
Keeping cabbages : Select a dry
place in the patch, pull up the cab
bages and stand them close together,
heads down. Cover In soil from five to
ten inches deep, thinly at first so they
will not heat, covering only enough to
prevent freezing as the season advan.
res. The burying beds mav be. made
from four to six feet wide, A few
cabbages for present use can be stored
heads down, in a barrel in the cellar;
but the bulk of the crop should be left
out of doors.
Storing vegetables. Onions: Store
in a loft rather than in the cellar. In
the latter they will sprout to their
injurv. A few parsnips for winter use
mav be lifted and stored in sand in the
cellar ; but, as freezing sweetens them,
it is best to leave many of them out. of
doors for later use. Potatoes: Store
them in bins one foot or eighteen
inches deep, raised somewhat from the
floor. Do not bruise or thev will be
likelv to rot. Roots in the nature of
salsify and horse radiHh. freezing fdoes
not hurt, so the main lot mav stay out
where brown ; but some should be dug
and nut in the cellar fur winter use.
From 0 3lober Farm Join n il.
at New flue t.rxia, Ortvun. frearblns Ml
yioea at n a M aud TSUirSM earn Suadai
ol every mouth. Suuday He-hoot at 10 A at
f rawr Hvrvlce at likiun vVKlueaday eveultig
ol eai tt weed. All are cordially luvlted to
tU'ud i bo atrvlcea.
KKV. L. K. UKNDKKHON.
A O. U. W.LAKKVIKW UllMil NO. Ill
Mrv tit every aucoud and lounri Inuraday ol
each tninilh, 111 Maa-mle II all, Lakrvlrw.
uaa. luuuitigaeu. W.M.; Vi nt. UuutUer, K.
USdlltt OK IIO.NOK-LAKKHIIOHK L-.. .
No. 77, II. oil!., A. O. U. W., Meola i.i in.,
third Thuradaya ol each mohtu i,ui
Hall: Mart fuel, (-'. ol II.; J. Hulls Ariner, L
. ul II.; Lora Snyder t. of C.J Alameda
brow a, Recorder.
1. O. O. K -I.AKKVIKW UidoK, No.
O. f., meet every Saturday evuulug . w .
rVUowe Hall, al 7;.)u o'clock, from Oohi i .
lo April I, and at S olclock Irom Ann 1 i.
September SO. p. tl. Beiule, N. l.; .
Uhuuey, Mueretar y
(. O. O. P.-l.AKKVIkW KM? AM? M t N F N o.T
J. O. O. V., meet the flrat and lliird Tliura
day evrnlnga ol each tnoiitli tit Odd telmwa
Hall, Lakeview. CP. Arthur, CI'., a. II
KKHKKAH IX-IDOK-LAKaVlltW LOiMiK,NO
tl, I. O. O. t., nice la the ivcond and louriti
frldaya of each uioutb In Odd Fellowa tla.l,
Blanubu.ilalley, N. O. Adele ( henev y. u .
A Ilea Sunllug, Treaaurer; M. p. Muaa, Heo'y.
J K.S.OHIKNTAL t'li AfTKK, NO 6, I.AKkV
vlew. Oregon, Meet on Tueaday, on or tia
lore lull moon ami t wo Week tuercalter, lo
Saaisuc Ilall.al 7:U0 o'cl.K'k.
Vieuiug uivmoura are vurilially tuvltud.
1.1 I.I.IK ilAUKIS, W. M,
All I'ructlce Except U. 8
Land Office Uualness.
L F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Noary Public
Attorney at Law,
I jiii d Matters ttpeclali
OPlltR Pair Bnlldlng
Land and Law Ofilca
Abstractor of Titles
Entabllaiied 1SH8 lkevlow, Ore
VV. LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office In O. V. L.Co.' Building.
Surveyiiitf and ICiiflnoerlug
Suite No, 1 Lukovlew
Watson Dlock Oregon
J. L. LYONS, D. D. S.
OfflcaTIn Watson's Block, Lake.
Klrht Year'a eiparlenna la Mlinltaa.
'l.a.l.iai ol I nWeralif nl Mli-tiiean
of the Willis I'umitmv Co.
litis ht cn cnhirfcrf. Vhcit
llcnrsc Un heen refitted
with new curtains. W'c
nre up-to-lntc find tlesvrvc
Phono No. 031
Night or Day
WILLIS FURNITURE CO.
Will Sell for St 200
cash or trade for ranch or stock,
my 14 Interest or $251)0 equity In
good Planing, 5hlngla and Saw
Mill, 10 miles from Alturas, Cel.
(lood market-'ikcll more than mill
can produce at 10, (XX) 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, .
it. V. O. Ilo 2.11, Alturas, Cal.
Tl a in ' jirt'iiurvil
I to furnish SttH-Uiiwn
II llnnclitT ntiil oilier
1'rvnli Fruit unit Uren
Voire t ahleg of mil klml
every Im,v In the week.
oniu:n jiy ruosi:
Siivlttl intention ulvvn to
mall oitli'rs, which will tut
fililiieil the inornliiK fol
lowing nrvlit of uriler.
inn ).u t )si: - ,s7.v ( t.i:
J. P. Duckworth
Ely's Cream Balm
It quickly abtarbed.
Gnu Relief al One.
It i li'iiii-i , tjij.fi !,,,
Ih'uI.h uml iimtiirls
tlio tlixi im. (( mem.
tminii rHutt inp front
Cuituru Hint ilrlvin
awny u Cold iu tho
II. u.l ijuic tJy. J;c.
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w,.'ii-ra lit,, i-ciwa
'1'uiito uml Km' II. l'u
lnmU or l.yun.iil. In
Ely Urothiirs, Oil Wm
II ai." r.l) rk, lit 1) U
li'iui'l fiirm, 7ft iiIh.
rim Sinjot, New l'ork.
A SNAP !
If you want a niit little liomt
this is tin iliii'n fur on.
New llim-rtoiii li.iufo, neatly
iaM-reil, Lot am) Ktirnlnlilni;, jU8l
as it stands; ItaiiL'O and CookliiM
Utensils; si t of llnviliu (Mi Inn;
100 Victor Urnpliuphono uml K
conln; 11 x III Wilton Velvet Hujr.
Kxh1 as new; Axmlnlstcr Htiflrs find
Carpet; Oak Morria Chair; I'rlncew
Drea.er; Sanitary Couch andCuah
Ions; Sprlntr Mutlrens: Bedding,
Curtaiim, I'lcturei, Hooka and other
thing too nuiiieii.us to Xlantlnu.
Also Ten acres of Ktod land.
(ITiO tokt-i tlin whole thing at
once. lino. Wosledtir, Owner.
Kniuir three doori below Mr.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W5X IIIK MIAtlllllil. UatANir T
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lAlIoKIt III! INI. .Ml'l '.!. T
yaanknimna, lint. Hal.Ki. ai-.Ij.ii.i.i.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS VLRVWHLRf
(KuKlater U. 8. Uud Office, IDuV)
LAKEVIEW .'. OREGON