Classified TiT ,'ITlaV nTJ A Want Ad In Tho Lako County Examnor Kcpcatcd a few times, if necessary, will find a customer for that property of yours. They are scanned closely by intending buyers, and the cost is nominal f cents the line for each insertion. Special lon-time rates. COH MILK' Wilt H I.I - III lure trai t with irrln lion rluhu liH-ntixl liwi'. I,tp. Ss, ihiiu-'.M II. I.. Diihm H. Colutu tu, Nt-l.r. O. Ri tl F)U HAI.;:-On. Im If IntereM III IHoO head il Hln.-i olio hand of fj00wet.il era, Ihm hM liuilm. Apply to Mra Una rr, Hummer l.nke, On-. O 17 I'OlT HALi: - AImiiii IOH) ewes ml tMH) liiiniix. Kk nearly all under live yenr olil, iiml alioaied ltl.Vjj IIih. thlr jenr. I.hiiiI.14 fruin lUmlKMi li'lt liliclix. hheen llentfe at Poater rnl. Appl to 'Mum. II. Hherloik. liitvlM 1'r.ek, MimIim? Co.. C'nl. If Flllt riAI.K: Untold uud Pluck litre vriirllnu t.iii'kH. Al-O lilllltiM. W A. hherlm k. AllurrH. Cal. Aillltf Ft)H r A l.lv tititrnnteed Government M-rlp, will piitrtit any imrliMiltuml Imil In iirKuii. flit per nere. 1'. O ! Int. ICkeler, t al, KOK HAIilv-mtKii lu wt tton i:i, towt.Mliiii XI. rump1 -'lit. lOiKjuIro of Sender ItiiHi., I.nkeview, Ore. TIM". I.nkeview Almtnut Title Co. Im hi . kins HiMM-inl jirlroa on Almtructa too. V. I j. i Tim Im ami Town LotM. FOR SAl.K IIoiih4 uud Ut luralxhisl aul t.-n ai:re located at Lakevlew. Mum Mi ll Make him mm oftrr. Kor imrtliular write to. Ix td'J, Bun dOil. Ori-uoll OlMtt FOR HAIJt lul I. block 47. trkct I. mo-llim W lowusuip range l lu ii ii'i. I soluli an oft r u u tin- above or a price mi the aIJululu lands ! ' I tr . (rttvlil. Nulir. FOR HAI.K - Ijh , blin k 7k. kinl lt.i l HI, ut lu arra-a hull wkier right ui n Address Fred Gardner. Lmni, North Dakota roRrlAl.k -Irsil l.rve. la. T. 17. R.s, 4'a-ri s. J, H I'earauh. M W Alameda Ave. Ih-uvrr.Col. VK AI.K .nt I, block l:Wk!nl lrrt.HiH! Ik, i 41. It In. Ju n ilclr. I llilou H aril ,111 rK AI r-.-t m 1. t'liH'k litu.knd K' l MKh l KWU. f 17. T kcr. . KiL Wrk. Imh 14. ItlilKi-tl. l "b. -rlr'. FOR MAl.K-l.ol AiMrt-MJ l'ln Vv . '. Mo t FOR HAl.K -l.ol U. Iilix'k .. . I. kddlllou, n tl tf M ill.. . . ... .IOII. : , i. k i. Iim Kkiiua Kt, nd (it ol h t, HVO krrra A..1n-. C. ;. Ilnrmiiu Kminnld. H. I). HTHI W'ANTKO to Ik liKittnJ on llrMtrlnHM (KI iiiti m. i .1 vo pHrticulHrH, iih to Hull, riimiitt-, lormloti. wntrr, ilm lu r nlf. W. M. iiruwu, K. Hull H., 1'iirllunil, onuon. tC'ip V' ucil it null-Minim In wicli ol rv rnil I'jcrllt lit flirlila to m'll onp Hilen nurmrv nt'K-k. A iH-rninurnt uIhch, immIi wrrUlv ami HR(uart tlrm l.m k of .vim. write lor piirtlriilHn WiirtMiiKtou NiirKt-ry Co TopprnlHli Wanli. Wiinlnl Aurnt. Writ' lleultu & Ar rlilrnt IiiMtinincr. (iri'itun Surrty & CaiiHHlltv Co,. WW lUikrd of I null. i'lirtliiinl. tnirui .l( 4I(M 4 ll..K. 1. 11. CCTLF.Il WHISKY AT T1IIC Hotel I Jikevlew bar. The lM'Ht and pur-'nt wbUkv made. tf 'I .a.(Clll4FJ. ,()IIK AT THK NOTICF. FOIl K ward lMHiied by the T li-pbone Company for deMtroyliiK ItM proj rty. l'it V(i KKWAKO. A KKWAKH of ilfty dollRra la here by olfored (or inlornrntiou that will 'lend to the Hrren1 and conviction or iiiy peikon who haa stolen wires or ;t.Lmr itronert.v. from our CompHliy; Hmi the aatne rewHrd la hnieby olrored .'or inforiinii i'iu Hint will lead to ttie irrest and i iivieltou of anyoue dee- Itroying tbo property of the Company. uima. umiiHcn, BSeoreUry Lke Co. 'lei. & lei. uo. mi i. TIN Hfr.lt I.AMI1 TIM It Kit LANDS HOUHIIT AND HOLD. C. IL WKHHF.H, BOS LU.MHICK- ilAN'B HLDU., POHTLAND, OKK a NOTICIC TO CRICDITOKS Notice la hereby K'ven that tho un irMbrned ttm anoolnted uiimiulHtra- ftrlx of the co-partnc rMhlp ektate ol J. i Lam; aodJohnl'. McAuliffe, the ItMald J. S. Lane bttliiK deceamtd, by or- irr of the County Court of the Htate of Oii'on for the County of Lake, on the 8th miyof Psoveiiilter, una, and ban (iialilled as Htich aduiliiiHtratrlx. Therefore, all perHoim having claims ujcolnbt said copartnership eHtate are ifruby reijuired to present ilium uuiy drilled uud with the proper voucher tQthiM administratrix at her home in Lakaview, Oregon, within nix months hfriuu the date of the llrwt publication tioruoi. Jat4 of first publication November inn, 1912 I DOHA LANK J AduilulHtratrlx of iho co-partner-1 Hhlp eetate of J. B. Laueaud iohn P. McAuliffe. NOTICE OF FINAL 8KTTLICMICNT In the (bounty Court ol the Htate ol 4)regon for the County of Luke. In the matter nf the emu to of Jacob 11. Huuiernly, iluceiHod. Notice Im hereby Riven that II. M. r-l.noinn aii lulmiuiHtrator of the ihtAie of Jacob It. HauierHly, de-4-i-ied, lias filed in the county court 4.1 Hie otate ol OreKon, for Lake . guilty, the llual accouut ot bin ad- Want Ads Ill'tUII MS XHIJl'JXH t.Kuxt. Aivi-:it riMi4J mitilHtrailoii ol aiil rxtali', iuil that llir cmirt luia llxiil, rrlony II.k l.'llli ilii) ol lircrinlHT 1 1112, at Win hour of ten o'clock In tlia lorrnooii ol mhM ila.v, lit Hut tlmit lor hrarliiK ol ol JrrilotiM II any to ohIiI ai'iount and Mrtllnni'llt tlirrrol. II. M. I'LF.MINU, A d in inlMt tm tor lor I lie rut ate ol Jnc'ili It. lliirurrHley, IlrcrH-ed. J. I. Veuator, Attorney (or Admin- iHlrulor. In Him County Court ol i he 3 tat ol Ormoii lor the County f l.nkr. In lhi mattrr til ilm KkIiiIm ol Mary K. Kinney, li.'riori. ITATION In th naiiitt ol IIih ktatr ol ()rvoti: (rrtlu: To Kiaiik Ktnixry, Iirlla (illiimre, Will Ktmr.i'.y and Clara llant h fn. tirlrnat law ol Mary K. KliniM'y, (liiriiHi-il, ami to all known Atidall niiknown liclrn at law ( I lie nld Mary K. KiiriMev, iliHTiuM'il. Ily an order ol the al ovc entitled court duly uiH'lo and entered therein on tlm I tih day of November, ltl-. you and each of you are hereby cited lo aiHar in thc'nlxivc entitled court at the county court room lu the county court limine In l,akrviw, Lake county, Ori'Koii. at ten o'clock lu tho forenoon on Monday the 2!rd liny of Ifc-cciuU-r, VJl'J. and then and tin-re mIiow ciiiihc, If any therelm, why in order ol thin court r-huuid not tie iuad. aulhr.rltiiiK n.iil illriK tiliK t he aaid K K. Cheui'.v, a ailinlnlnlrktnr of tne eMt ate of Mary K. Klinn-y, di ci BMi'il, to rtell In the manner provided lor by law, lor the purpoMo ol paying the expciiHeM of aduiiulHtratloti, and theclaiuiM aicnliikt Maid CMtnle, the fol lowing tleacrllM-d real proM r.y, or o rtnii-t) 'thereof aw In inreaary, to-wit: V.i NVJ4' and BW NK"4'. He-. S. Tp. :i7 8., K '.'1 Iv. W. M., coiitaiDliiK KMI Hcrek more or Icph, am) lutn 3 and 4 In lil'iH-k live in the town ol 1-akevlow, Lake county, ( iregou. Audit In further ordered that thin citation be Merved upon non-reHldcnt and unkaoMn lieirM by publication in the Lake Coun'y Examiner, a newM paper ol reuerul olrcul it Ion piibllMhed lit l.akevie, Lake county, Orrcon, lor a M-rtod ol lour week prior to the 12th dn ol December. 1UI2. ViiieH the Ilou. li. Daly, County JihIku ol the county court of the county of Lake, Mtuto ol Oregon, with the ceii I of the mild roiitt atllxed thin 11th day pi November, I'.il'i. Altera : F. W. PAY NIC. Clerk. Hale of timber, 1'ortbimi, Onxon, Oct. ;tU; IIHU. Sealed IiI.Ih marked out H:dr, Hid TIiiiUt Sale, tjeiieral Notice Oct obit 4, ltd?, Fremont." and ad ilreHMed to ihe Dlnlriet Funster, For rMt. tx'rvlre, Portland, Oreuou. will lie lerrived up to and inchidlnj; ihe Mill day ol I (. 1HI2. for all o' anv mrt of the mrrcbantable dead timber Htand li'ir orjtluw n and the live tlmlwr mark ed forciiltlUK by a l-'ore-t otlhVr lia-at rd on an area nf about 24'l acew to be ilelinitely dewimialed by Itirewt iilllier U'fore cutting Im'Iiih la the HWi.i and of KKt4 of Sec. II, T. 30 8.. K. I I K., W. M., on Ilm water Hheil ol Au irer creek, within the Fremont Na tional Forest. eMilma ted to 1m 1.7M),: (KMI fret ft. M. ol live and J.pi,OOU fert It. M. vt merchatitalile dead wi'Hterii yellow pine miw timber, Iok wale, aud 800 cords of weMtern yellow pine cordwood more or lenn No bid ot hns tliuu '-."" per tlioiiHoinl f"iM board lueiiHiue lor both live nod dead hiiwtinilier. uinl li'icelitn per r'Uil for cordwood will be cuuxldered uud llili poHlt of Kill piiyable to tho order of the Flrnt National Hank of Portland. Oris Kon, mont Im! unit to that bank for inch bid HUbiultttfd to the District I'oreHtrr. Timber upon valid rlainiH Im exempt from Mule. The rltfht to re li'ct any anil hII IiMh Is reserved. For luriher liiforinatlou and regulations goveruluir sules address I'orevt Sillier vieor, Fremont National Forest, Lake- view, Oregon. J. li. AM ICS, Actinjr District Forester. N 7-ft. NOTICK OK KAL1C OF BTATK tiAN D Notice Is hereby given that the Htate Laud Hoard will receive sealfd bids until 10 o'clock A. M., December 10, l:n, lor the following described school lauds, to-wit: The BW.l,- of sect ion !) aod E of sect I011 10, T. 39 H., R. il E.,of W. M. All bids) must lie ac.eoinpu.uted by a regularly executed application to pur- chase and at least oue-IKth of the amount offered. No bid for Ichh than $7.60 per acre will be considered oullauds tn section HI rr ot lesn than .S.7f per acre for lauds In section U. Tlie right to reject any and all bide Im reserved, Applications and bide should be ad dressed to U. (1. Itrown, Clerk State Laud Board, Salem, Oregon, aud marked ,4Aiollcatlou and bid to Dur- chase atate lauds." U. G. BKOWN, Clerk State Laud Hoard. Dated October 17, 1012. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Not. Coal Laodu) Department of the Interior. U. S. Land OMice at Lakevlew, Oregon, October 18, 1812. Notice la hereby given that the State of Oregon, did on July 2, 1909, tile In HiU otlloe liuletnnlty School lind Selection List No. O.'.'KH, select ing .the HWW Wi, Sec. 10, f. 3.1 8., R. ljl K , W. M in lieu ol the N W 4', Sec. 30. T. 37 H. H. U V., wlthiu the Siskiyou National Forest. Any and all persona claimlug ad versely t he lauds described, or desir ing' to object because of the mineral uharaatn of the land, or lor any other reason, to the disposal to appli- I.KU tl. AVKltTI-lJ emit, klinuld Ilia their atlldivltk ill proteat lii (Mm offlca, on or ltelon tin JIM ll iluy if Herein her, IHI2. A, W. OKTON, lletrlkter, I'KTITION KolC LHJUOH Mi K.NiK We, tlie unilerlKliet li'Kl Voter ol North Warner precinct. L'ike county, Mtiiie of Oregon, respectfully pet n ion tiieiion t ouiity Court of iJikticoiiuty, Mtnle ,f Oretroti. lo irrant a llceiiM- to Kndiard ( I til ore and Maurice I'Keeffe, to Hell Milrltuotii4, iii ilt and viiioim liiiuorn In Ii-hm iitmiit itle tban our K'lllou In Hiild Nnrlh M aruer precinct Lake county, olale of Orenuo, fur the p rioii ol nix mont ha, itk In duty bouod we will ever pray. Tom Lynch, Phillip H. Hurry, Con Taylor, Drill t I'CallMkthau, JohuO'CalliiKhan.VV. K. HehtiHter, John K. Iturke, I'at Dtiaiie, Harry Hits, W. O. tirl-i'l. John ICkblom, Ml'-hael Lane, T. J. Sullivan, J.J. Van Keiilen, JaN. I iii'ahy, i . II. ItutiliiHon, K. A. Pelletler, II. A. Illll, 1. K. Taylor. I'ote Calnwell, Win. Alford, VT. I lent, Kichard Allen, Frank KmwrH, Ned O'Connor, W. K. IJarry, Jainei Ijkvt, II. L. 'IVr iK-miliiK. (I. K. Hiiiilh, L. K. Lane, F M York T. K. tureti, F. J. KetcliMin, M. M. Harry, A. M. Iluuuer, O. W. Dexter, li. li Uricl. JaturM II. Boyd, Frank Moynahau, I'lilllp I. O'Connor, VT. li. (irlwl. Jhiiich I). O'Connor, .1. il. Ilandley, trunk Ciili-o, J. li. IliirtiH, Pal 1) Qululan, t Ira I'ulndexter, Con Mnhoiiev, II. K. IIIIhiiU. K. A Friday. Mike Finnucaiie. Htaie ol OreKon, .latum Mi'kit', Thoman Audi rnon, N. Fine, L. MpatildlUK. L. P. Muuxuv, W. S. Lyou," Marcua l'antoK, John L. O'Connor, MM. County oi Lake I, Kichartl iiu lure Udng llrst duly Mworn. ncconlluK to law, de poke and aay : That the foroitotnir. M'tition con tains the kiiiMtiires of an actual ma jority of the whole number ol legal voters of North Warner precinct, In hilie county, Orciron, that each ol Maid HignalureM is genuine, that each of the tersous w hose slKNutures are Miirocd to said petition, Im an actual reHldeut lu Maid rrerlnct, at the date hereof, and was and lian been actually residing lo said precinct auu residsd therein at least thirty days Immedi ately preceedlng the date he stgucd said etillon and alno of tbe filing of the Maine. KICHAKl Ct'lNKli. Kubscribed uud sworn to U'lore me this lst day of Octols-r, 11112. ( HAH. L'MHACfl. Notary Public tor Oregon. Notice Is hereby given that the un designed will apply to the ilou. Count,, Conn of Lake county, Htate of Oregon, oa November 23, 1912, for a license to sell spirituous, mall and vinous liquors In less quantities tban one gallon, lu North Warner precinct. Lake coiiniv, state of Oregon, for a perioii of nix mouths, from the 'Zlrd day of November, 1UU. OU1N1CK & O'KKEFFK. Ily ttlchard Ciulnco. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT To tho poopo of Lakevletv and vicinity and our trlonds ovorynvherot H an ilrtisrrf to ttmionnve tlmt ire re tuml urrHitxi'inrnts to net it mn.-izinr or.tnitutloti. lie ir lirt'i'iirt'il to take nuhneriitlons for nil nmsrmlnes, newspiifiers 11 nil wrhnl leu In. We ure in u position to take sub' mTlptlons. either slnaly or in eluhs nt the very lowest firlees. W'eeun ilti;ilie;ite jirires on either single suit- seriit ions or eluhs eomlnj? from xny resionsihh' souree. We hope tn exeell In our tre7 t Ion ami thesiiieriorityofourservlee. We plan to build up representit Ive mil permnhent organization. Some of our members will cull on you. Will you kindly hold your subseriptlons for them'.' He assure yon thut It will be uppret'luted. Vlense telephone or write the folio wing: Ladles' Aid of tho Methodist Episcopal Church of Lakevlew, Ore. PEOPLE SHOULD GUARD AGAINST APPENDICITIS Lakevlew people who have stomach aud bowell trouble should guard against appendicitis by taking sim ple backthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded lu Adler l-ka, the Ger man appendicitis remedy. A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas ou the stomach aud constipation IN STANTLY because thin simple mix. ture antiaeptlcizes the digestive or gans and drawa oft the impurities. flail & Hoynolde. DECLARE WAN ON COLD 3. A crusade ot education which alius that common colds may become un oounmon within the uext generation" has been begun by prominent New York physicians. Here Is a list ot "don'ta" which the doctors aay will prevent the annual visitation of the sold: 'Don't alt In a draughty car." "Don't sleep in hot roenus." "Don't avoid the freah air." "Don't ftuff yourself at meal time. Overeating reduces your reslatauce." To which we would add when you take a cold get rid of H as quickly as possible. To accomplish that you will Hud Chamberlain' Cough Remedy most excellent. Sold by all doalera. EQUAL SUFFRAGE EFFECTIVE SOON Governor Went laid that when the time cornea to Imu the proclamation declaring woman' auffrage in effect in Oregon be will go to Portland to the home nf Mri. Abigail Scott Duniway, requeuing her to write out the procla mation in her own hand writing and he will algn It aayi Salem diipatch to the Oregonian. The proclamation will thui become part of the archive! of the atate In the handwriting of the moneer woman kuffrkge leader of the etate. The law require that within 30 dayi after the election, or aoon before that al poMible, the Secretary of State ahull canva the votea on the mea aurei in the presence of the Governor nd the executive shell forthwith Ifbub proclainationa declaring such laws in effect. The Covernor eald that he intends to hurry the inuance ot the proclamation at much as posnible that the women may bave an opportunity to tote on what city elections are held in the tate tbia year. President's Proclamation President Taft last Thursday issued a proclamation sitting aside November 28 as Thanksgiving day. The procamation follows: ' By the president of the United States, proclamation: "A God-fearing nation like ours owes to its inborn and sincere sense of mor al duty t" testify its devout gratitude to the Allgiver countless benefits it bas enjoyed. For many years it bas been customary at the clone of the year for the national executive to urge upon bis fellow-countrymen to offer praise and thanks to God for the rasny bless ings v uchsafed to them in the past and to unite in earnest supplication for their continuance. "The year now drawing to a close has been notably favorable to our for tunate land. At peace witti'n and without, free from the perturbations and calamities that bave afflicted other peoples, rich in harvests so abundant and industries so productive that the overflow of our prosperity has advan taged the whole world, strong in the steadfast possession of self goverment bequeathed to us by the wisdom of our fatners, and firm in the resolve to transmit them unimpaired, but rather improved by good use, to our children and our children's children for all time to come, the people of this country bave abounding cause for contended gratitude. "WHEREFORE, 1, William Howard Taft, president nf the United States ol America, in pursuance of long es tablished usage and in response to the wish of the American people, invite my countrymen, wheresoever they may sojourn, to join, on Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of this month of No vember, in appropriate ascription of praise and thanks to God for the good gifts thpt have I t i n our portion and in lu nlle prayer that Hi greut mercies lowara us may endure." An Admission "Marie." said Mr. Valeaburv to his wife. "Yes, John." "I have something on my mind that 1 must tell you before I can ever be happy." "I shall be glad to hear anything you have to say, John." "It is hard to tell you, but 1 can't hide the truth any longer, Marie. I married you under false pretenses." "You did!" "Do vou remember what it was brought us together?" "Can I ever forget it, John? were at tie bathing beach, 1 that We was drowning, and you saved rae after I had given myself up for lost." "And atterwards, in gratitude, you married me." "Yes, I felt that I owed my life to you." "Marie, I deluded you about that rescue business. Where you believed yourself drowning the water was onlv waist deep. You were in no danger." "1 knew that, John," she answered. "I bad one foot on the bottom all the time." My Studies First of all is Literature ' The dearest and the best, Which tells us of the famous men Whose pens are now at rest. After this comes History Descriptions of the past. It teaches us of the ancient raoe Whose fame will ever last. Economics ia the next An interesting sphere It tells us of the general facts That in our life appear. Physics comes the last of all A roost instructive story And many interesting things Are shown in the labratory. By E. M. 0. Ranch for sale 100 acres on Camas l'rulrle. 1500 cords wood; good shearing- corrals; large house, barn and out buildings, Address Aosa McDaulela, Lakeview, Oregon. A5W TREATMENT FOR GUTS ON HORSES. Wheu a home get n barb wire rot do Dot apply axle greane or any greeny substance, writes A. 8. Alexander, M. D. C, In the Farm Journal. Wash the part clean. Clip off the balr aroand the wound and then wash again to get rid of bair and any foreign subntance that may bave lodged In the wound. If uerc-Nkary to remove sand, earth or cin ders from a wound, due to a fall, for Iiih tn tire, use clean cotton batting or tbfiorbent rot ton and not a sponge. A sponge become dirty and readily tn fert a wound. Each day nse fresh abaVirbent cotton to do any cleansing nereftiary In treating a wound or sore. When the wound has been cleansed do The Percheron ai nrkt Intro duced Into America about fifty year ago, and It kei-nis to be Krowlnu In favor. The brwl Is known for lis characteristic gray color However, black la coming, into favor aa a col or, and the tiayis. man nd cheM nuta may be found The HnrchPron la a makkive, hi-avily mui-!l ani mal, from H to 17.2 nanls hi.Th. weighing iiduBfly from I.Ohj tn z.'Jf pounds. The i'ercheron tin icl action, although It In kilil that the atride la not so khony nor cjulto ko actlv aa that of the Clydemlale not put tn ntltcbes (suturesi If the wound is deep or ragged or in a pluce that will not be perfectly at rest when the horse Is standing, walkiug. lying down or lining. It therefore la use less to stitch a wound lo front of the buck Joint or on the thin skin In the bend of any joint or In the skin aud muscles of the rear parts which are strained and used In rising. Often a borne suffers a wide open wound of the skiu and the m ancles at the aide of toe tail inflicted by the kick of the horse in the next stall. This wound rarely can be sutured successfully. The stitches teur out when the horse gets up. and the wound Is mode worse than before. Tie up the animal so that be cannot lie down when such a wound bas to be treated. It may then be sutured If the muscles are not deeply cut. The wouud then should be wetted often with white lotion, or a dry dusting powder may be applied twice a day. A cheap dusting powder Is made by mixing together equal parts of slnked lime, sulphur and charcoal. Hun this through a flour sifter to make It tine. This Is a good Hwder to dust on large sores. In fly time add a dram of Iodo form ier ounce and the flies will be kept off. A more expensive dusting powder for use on sores and wounds may be made by mixing together one drum of Hidiiform and seven drams of boric mid This is good powder to use ou it wound of the hoof bead (coronet 1. Such wounds should not be stltehed. Cleanse them, clip away the hair, dust freely with the powder, then cover with cotton batting or absorbent cotton and bandaee snugly Renew the dressing ouee dully. If there is a big wound mid a flap of skin a callous bunch Is likely to remain when the wouud has healed. This can be large ly prevented by placing a flat wad of onknin over the first turn or two of the baudape Immediately upon the Bap and wouud and then bandaging tight ly to cause pressure upon the part Wbeu a horse gets a nail prick, and sucb wounds are very common and serious, always have the wouud cut down upou to give vent to any blood, serum or pus which should come away. Even the slight nail wound should be so handled. After the cut ting saturate the wound with a one flve-bundredius solution of corrosive sublimate and then cover with the last prescribed dusting powder, absorbent cottou and baudage. Renew the dress ing dally. If pus Issues from the wound be careful to cut away every part of the underlain born or sole; then swab with the corrosive sublimate so lution and use dusting powder and cot ton and bandaue once a day. Pouring turpeutlue in a uall prick does not suf fice. The alight wouud may be fol lowed by lockjaw. The treatment we bave prescribed prevents that disease. The Silo For Beef Production. Heretofore the only chance for profit In winter feeding of cattle bus been in the margin between the prices of the feeders In the fall and the finished beeves tn the spring. This margin had to more than compensate for the loas on the gains put on in the feed lot It the cost of production could be so re duced that the gains secured would pay the cost of production the chief ele ment of uncertainty would be eliminat ed. This Is where the silo makes good. Not only does it save the entire crop, but It reduces the feedlug cost to a profitable basis. Milk With Dry Hands. Never milk the cow with wet hands. No more filthy habit Is Indulged in than that of milking on the hand tn order to strip the teat. Milking should 1 always lie done with a full, dry baud. fell vine Prekldent Juni B.fthei nut 4nrl... ol Wmm ..Ju.lh M IlL .lnu. kitorrifiy General. .,, PuktBikkier General... lecr'-larrnf Nkrf teertrv I ntrin ..Oeorve W. Wirkerkhkra Prknk H, liltchcoek ..George Vnn U Meyer e- reikry ol AftricnYtnrV..! ... . a. rmner ,.Jkn-k W tinea I'ha.ln. KT I ,...,.:rikrlPk Kdwkrd White r?7i.i.. ' J?lont;ommlkktone t. li. fticbardc W. 8. Land toromlMlon.r or?rtiof , ocreury of Bute " Treiunrer Ittorner General .'.' Jo pi. Pubiia luktractloa. . ....Okekld Waal .. Ben W.OIeott . ..Thok. B. Kkf .A. M. Crawford 1.. H. Aldermaa W. S. Unnlwar Oairy and Food Com" I. o. Senators ongreiMtnea , 1 1 iui.fr ...J. W. Bailey I JriDathkn Bourne.Jr. Geo. K. Chkmberiala W. :. Hewiey Hewiey Latterly I a. , j ohlef Justice , g If. A. Moor Ukoclate Jaatlces J " 1 G. M. Burnett VT. A. MvBrlda , . SIXTH JUDICIAL DleTklei. '"'' Henrr L. Bennoaj tUroey D. V. KayeDdJ LMULATITS I ilnt Senator.. O. H. MerrrBaa teprekenutire j H P Belknap W L Thorn peon 0 n.LAMi OFFICE. trtnor W. or ton Keetktar 'red V f'ronemlller Keoelrer FOREST OFFICII Gilbert D. Brown 811 pen Ikot Jeinon Billions Grating Akkiatant V.tmSn 'coUoD ore Akkiulant I. . Brennan Foreat Clark LA KB COCNTr lodge ... DaJ .ierk SberrtT freakurer Akkeftkor hool eupt. Hurveyor Oomialakiooera ......... County iuy k Ininector. F.W. Pkyne W B Solder . F. O. Ahlatroaa A.J. Fokter .... J.Q. Wllllta ....8.A. Uukbea C. A. Beban f. K. Andenoa . ...D.P.afaUo TOWN OF JLA c. e. Kiueba-t , E. F. Cheney F. M, Iuke ( I.F.Mk. field, E. li. nmitta Win. Wallace V dlctHir I, LAKtVLKW COMM Preildent Vice PmideDt Secretary ' Treasurer ...Mayor . Coancllmea . . Recorder Treuorer aCIAL CLUB K 1 BrUtea timer C. Abiitrora ...ir. . U. Kvereu Frank File a. Trukleea, j. w. Un nter, H. W. Morgan, w. r. w elca CHURCH DIRECTORY FlKaTMETBODWT CCKHCM)Ar fcbool at 10 a. m. Preaching every bunday at .1 a. m. knd 7; p. m. pwortb League every -noday evening at 6:44. Prayer Meeting Than layat 7:30 p.m. Ctoolr meeting at 8:kp. m. adiea' Aid Erery Wedneeday at 1:0 p. m. 'very body cordially Invited to all kervlcea. B. K. MEYERS, Paktoi. flKisT BAPT1WT CUCKCH OF LAKEVIEW Preaching aervlce at 11 A M and 7:M) P M oa un - nd 3rd Bun. Bandar School at 10 A M. junior Society at 11:30 P M. Baptlat Yonnc People'a I'nion at:30PMon each Bunday Prkyer Meetinir at 7:S0 P M Wednekday ere. nlng. Everybody lcvlted to attenk all aer. 'Ic- BJ.V. A. F. UIMMON8 CATHOUC CHCKCH EVERY bt'NDAY MA08 at 8:00 and 10 a.m. ; Roaery at 7:80 p.m. Mass on weekdays at 7:00 a.m. 8erviee fn the New Church. MATHIA8 8CHM1TT, 8J. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHCKCH OF LAKE V1EW, meeta in the Maaomo Hall, bunday School at 10:00 A.M.: Morning Service at 11:00 hvening service at 7:30. Prayer MeeUng on W ednesdkyk at 7:30 P.M. A U are cordially In viud. R V. p. T. MORGAN. Ph. I Paktor. first baptist church of goose lakI at New Pine Creek, Ort'ron. Preaching eer vui at 11 A M and 7:80 P M of each Sunda) of every month. Sundav School at 10 AM Prayer Service al 7:80 on w'tduetday eveoin ol each weed. All axe cordially invited 10 Utend ihe aervlcea. REV. L. E. HENDERSON, LODGE DIRECTORY lkeIewloduTncTti tated meetinea Skturdk. on or before fnU moon. January 27th, March 2nd, March SOth April 27th. May itMh, June 2tb, 1911!. Special mevtinga upon call, generally Saturday evea itiK. Vikiting brethren welcoiue. W. Lair Thompson, W. M. ; A. W .Orton.Sec'y A O. C. W. LAKEVIEW LODGE NO. 111. Meets every aecond and fourth Thursday of each mouth, lu Mattonlc Hall, Lakevlew. Chaa. Toouingaen. M.W.: Wm. Guniher, R. OfcUKEK OF HONOR LAKESHORE U.wt, No. 77, D.ofH., A. O. tj. W., Meetk .111 j.ai third luuradaya of each month, I nouio Hall: Mary Pott, C. of H.j J. Belle Araner. L. of H.; Lora Snyder C. ol C.; Alameda Brown, Recorder. I. O. O. LAKEVIEW LOUGE, No. M. I u O. F., meeta every Saturday evening j ouu Fullowa Hall, at 7:80 o'clock, from Octooer 1 to April 1, aud at olclock from Apru 1 to September 80. D. T. GodaiL N. G.; Cheney, Secretary l. O. O. F. LAKEVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO.l I. O. O. F meetk the first and third Thnrt day evening of each month in Odd fellows Hall, Lakeview. c.D. Arthur. C. P A. H a atuniernley. Scribe. etEBEKAH LODGE LAKEVIEW LODGE, MO a, I. O. O. F., meeta the aecond knd fonrth Fridayk of eech mouth in Odd Fellows Halt, Mrs illa Cheney, N Q; Hint Louise Stork man, V a; Alice Hunting, Treasurer; M. D. Moaa, Bec'y. O R. 8. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 6, LAKE- view, vregou, aieetk on luesday, on or be fore fuU moon and I wo weeks thereafter. In Maaoulo HU, at 7:80 o'clock. VUiung members are cordially Invited. . ULUE HARRIS, W.M. IDA CMBACH. Becretarv PROFESSIONAL CARDS CHARLES UMUACH Land and Law Office Abstractor of Titles Established 1888 Lakevlew. On ARTHUR W. ORTON Attorneyat-Law Notary Public All Practice Except U. 8. Land Office Bualneea. L,. F. Conu Attorney at Law and Notary Public OFFICE Daly Building. J D. VENATOR Attorney at Law, Land Hatter) Mpeelalty OFFICE Daly Building. VV. LAIR THOMPSON Attorney at Law Office tn O. V. L. Oo.'s Building. LaKKVIKW, tlRKOOft BRADLEY ENGINEERING CO. Mining & Civil Kn.gln.eers) Minlun Ixicutlon and Patent Rurypye, f arm aaa irriKinou worn, orncai. tM MONADNOCK BLDO., .. CAN FRANCISCO FA1RPORT .. ., ,, ,. CAUF0RN1A NEW PINK CREEK OREGOM '