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PARCEL POST AND
Tli New York Kprilnj Journal him
thlit to hhv nliout tlio pnrcel pout. If
tho editor throujhout (ho ronnlrv mid
tho MloickcrpiTH throtiKhuut the country
will romhlnn, if they uho tho parcel
rxml liudend of nppoHlng It, they will
nhi find tliUTiMrlv' poMHi'HHorN if N
new primpe'lty Mini rnrtitietilnrH on
real mill HiKiri-MHfiil hcmIu with tho
great mnil order Iioiimch that Iihvo
donn no niiirh in jtti-y of Into yenrn to
the uropHfiily of the locul tiwrrliMiit.
No null onlcr hotiHe ran prwmhly huc
Cecil iim well iim lhi IochI Incrchiint,
if tho lor ii I iniTcluint plaim hi html
ni'HH nn Inti'lllKcntly nnd iwoiiomii'ally
U dona tiy Iim dhdant roniiftitorN.
With tho piirrol pimt working, the
lornl merchant will hHVe hi mliiloyui-H
IhhIchiI of a xrrat aturk in trnde. The
nuinufarturer will advertise through
tho lornl rewnpiiper nrul create trnde
for the loral tnerrhantM. The mrrrhiiiit
will have hil ciiliihKUr He will lio
tho agent. Ilo will tic on tho npiil
knowing the cilixcnu. Ho will know
the quality of gondi and he ahlo to
guarantee thorn. Anil ho will ho there
to he qui'Hl ioned and to aimwer if the
good nro rot natirtfai'tfti-y. In other
worda tho local merchant ran to. if
he rhooroK, an liig it i x 1 complete a ir.cr
chant in Ida own t-urmmuuty ita any
mail ordrr Imimo in tho world. I. i t tho
country oditor and tho country aloro
keeper romofnlior what cpxcricnre in
thin con 1 1 1 ry proven ahead,), that work
on a very ureal aralo cannot ho dune
hh efficiently in on fi ainnllor one with
doner individual attention. The atoro
keeper who iittetdii to hia runlomcr,
who ml junta complainta and nuikea
thingM liicht, who run tfivc advico and
who, with the parcel iont will tie utile
to deliver iinnicitia'ely anything that
II ordered in lem than one ipiurter ot
the time that the tihtil order houaoa have
heen delivering and that atoro keeper
tinekcd ty the country editor, will
know a proapority that he has never
Ilont tiirjjrl I lie Uidllil inn S ill' llinv
going on ill I.nkcvicw Mercantilr C' .
GOOD ROADS IS
If there Ii one subject which the
entire country, end Washington In pr
llrular. in interested In more then en
dthrrat tne present time It ie Rood
road. Congress showed at the leat
session that It I keenly alive to the
Importance of thin subject. The nam
her of hllla Introduced railing for nat
ional highways was surprising. Many
Congressmen ere staunch adtocatee of
the Idea of building great s; stems of
There ia no further need.lt would
aoem, of preaching the srivsntages
evn the necessity of good Interatate
highwsy. A system of good roada
waa one of the thinga which made
Hume great and aided In continuing it
greatness. Kvon in what waa thrn a
remote province, and now ia Great
Britain, one may walk on roada the
Knmane built, treading on the ery
tone lu id hy the legionaries of the.
(Vasars. In thil country we are but
beginnirg to profit by the example of
audi auriont natlona an Koine, but our
Department of Agrioulture has heen
ureparing for ycara, through ita good
roada bureau, for the campaign that
now haa the country in Iti graap.
. Many millioni of dollara are being ap
I propriateff by tho States, from New
! York to California and Oregon, for ex-
tenaivc systems of nighwaya, and it
' will 'not be many yeara before ono will
be able to travel from the Atlantic to
the I'ariflc over perfect roada by bloylc,
' motor, or horae-drawn vehicle.
MM'HOMHT MINISIHK KKCOM
; Ml:.l)S CIIAMIII-KI, AIM'S COUtill
Key. .laiiiea A. Lewia, Milncs, Minn ,
wi.iom: "(MiaiiiiicrlainV found Item
ed.V haa Inch ii needed ulld Welcome
gueat In our homo fr fi nuiiilxr of
enra. I highly rri'oinnic.id it to my
felltiwa iim bring a medicine worthy of
tiuil in ciM'4 ol coIiIh, cuulia mid
crimp." (Jive (.'haiiibcrlniu'H 'onj;h
Itemedv ii I hil find e nro cnulident
mil lll lind it very i lln tilil it ml con
tinue to me 11 iim ociiHHiou teqimea
Inr yrar in omiie. aa manv iithrra
hove done. For aalc li.v all t'enlera.
THAT CARVINO LESSON.
aathr vt iiii u-ni'mlna
Of ti in ar It I II with raiviiiK knlfn:
CarvlriK k"!''" ii" i"'" cnul'l linl him
Wll, you hrtUT lu t your llf!
ll would nwlliu Urn xtiirn fx for him,
Muka ijulrk alalia at rnipiy lr
And ao Ihrmizh 1r rnrvina prorraa
At If aiuiiVr wiia nuht Hu rt.
"Boy," ha aalil, "nn huy a fat aooaa
I muiit tMirlt to you tlm trl'-k.
Tou will aurvly iii i omplliilii'd
If at rarvliia you ar all' k,
"Aak tha prrarhrr, too, to 1lm:r.
ll tlilnka ha can ciirv a k ''.
hn'll " an x til ll) Ion
Wlirn your papn, dear, cula lunaa!"
Ho t wnt and bouKM a Kumlrr.
Muni have lorn In NohIi'r ink:
Iti Haa loiiKlii'r thiiti roi Ifiitlurr
THnniil anil r"lniiii"l In ouk bulk.
father hnrp'n,'l up the latvtr.
Hnuiii It rooii'l unit rounil In air;
Tli'n he Wfnt for Hint ohl ann'l'r
With a now-you-watch-me air.
WIiiiiik! The knife tmiiiircit lni k from
CiHiuh r ruHild a woii'troiia irliiK
Ami Mt houmliiK round tin- t.iWe
Itiwlly like a Ili iiiH lliiKK,
Whiiiki'd ton pifHi-tiiT on t Li Lull! top.
BmkmiiiI Aunt K:iruh' l"l filK ilnfM.
B-liinlie'l the prfin lu r e lf with aravy
Anil Juat inadfi an nwrut irifioi
No, I m-vi-r mention rnrvlna.
Nor iloee popper any morf.
Wlien tl.iit KuniP-r look to aklildlir
Top eoiil'ln t hold In-my, h- awore!
Did eat Mm 7 Well, yon bi t not!
Old TlKe a got 'lm In tho lot.
lle'a li ri rhi wln' for a week now,
liut he i Hii't II rid one wviik iot.
C M. HAKN1TZ.
THE PALACE BAR
J. P. McAULIPPI: -
A Popular Gentlmen's
:: Resort ::
CHOICE BRAND WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
IF IT COSTS MORE TO LIVE
IT COSTS MORE TO
111 UN Things cost
ties to buy ccono
micallyarewoitli more. No house
wife in this city,
v ho f e e 1 s and
knows the slighest hardship
on account ol' high prices, can
afford to remain blind to the
weekly opportunities of sav
ing offered to her by the ad
vertising merchants. These
alive merchants are often'
able, through effecting quick
and large sales of an article,
to cut the selling price to
very nearly cost price. The
housewife should see that
when they do thisthe volume
of quick sales will always re
pay them. Watch Kxaminer
Ads week by week. It pays.
Lake County Examiner
KURIOS FROM KOR RESPONDENTS
Q rii iiHC tell mo If the nil. inks iiml
aoles of. tho feet of tho Iilnck (Va-hlu
btid lilnrk l.niiKHlum uro the aiimo col
or. A. Tlio Itl.'ii-k LaiiKslnin lina a
plnlilsli wlilt i' aolo and hluixh blin k
ahiink and toe, nnrl the Hlnek (!x liin
haa a yellow aolo mid yollowlah hlnek
aliniik and toea.
t. I inn riilslnu llelk'hin. hnron nnd
notice vou miHwer (itleatlons I'liticernintj
tlicin. I huvo aevenil with ear cniiker.
Wutii.l you uko tin- aiimo retnerly for
tliU us for chickens. A. No. Souk
the tanker eruata with lukewarm wa
ter. Kciitly reniove and apply iwderel
iMiraele neid once a dny until ourerl.
Q. Will I k'et n heller In j er hy eross
Itijf Single Couili White I.eKlion.s with
While OrpliiKtoiia? A. No. The White
OrpiiiKtona are one third White Leg
horn, onetlilnl Itlink lliiiulnirf; and
one third While Iiorklnuv I"'i t wnte
time KpiillliiK two jjikkI breeds to make
a iniM' chicken.
y. Whn t Is it aerration? A. A point
on roonter's romb.
O. I have n Wynndotte oak bird I
wish to show, but find two of his main
, tall feathers lire broken off. I low ImiR
I will it take the attiba of these feathers
; to drop out and new ones to jjrow In?
! Tho xliow Is nine weeks oft" A. No
i teUlnji when tho old stubs will drop
! out. l'.etter pull at once, nnd the now
! feathers will nrw full alzo lu six to
j FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS.
A fur r lit Wllkealmrre. Ph.. was
, urrestisl by the Healer of weights and
measures for kIvIuk abort weight on
' chickens, but was released lifter trial
! liecni!M the court didn't holleve ho
' meant to cheat. tliin?:!i the weiu'ht
' was wrotiK. There are lots of ntitl
: ipwitisl Hen lea. many of llietn out of
i near, and xve advise our friends to yet
! their scales tested lest they make a
mistake and thus lose their reputa
tions. This Include the town iner
i chant lis well lis the rurallte. Hotter
study tho law In your state for welchta
and measures nnd scale, for in some
states the use of certain scales Is for
bidden. i A I'lilifornia vacuum cleaner iiRoiit
on beiti'j turned down every where turn
I ol tho teai hlno loose In a Held full of
! ;rass!t'pors. It cleaned 'em ri'lit up.
! All t!ic farmers now are dulif it Ke
! ceiitly near NeWiiiin. Cal.. a two horse
I ream was seen following the cleaners
; The rasshoniers were beitiK sacked
i and hauled to the drying shed. Bully
I turkey feed? Well, rather!
The principal elements of food lire
protein (builrlen. carbohydrates (fatten-
en. ash (minerali nnd liber (wnstoi.
j Such priiins as outs, barluy and buck
j wheat have niuch waste; the ludiifosti
j ble hull hi hard to jtrlntl. lu feedlUK
j them trrlt to srind and water to souk
! the hull should be before the fowls,
j John Verhoov. near Paterson. N. .1..
! could not understand the disappear
ance of his chickens While wntehlUR
he saw a flyiiur worm soar over the
fence. An old hen grabbed It. nnd,
squawk, she waa soue! Sunn the flying
worm appeared again. Tho watchoi
irrabbed It. found a hook and a line
and nt the other end caught three boyj
with .six of his choice hens.
I.ettliiK chickens run wrtd to pick up
their own feed entirely la to reduce
them to a state of nature which tneiins
that they will do nil their lay I an In the
sprint;. 'Ike the rest of tho birds.
When a hlghwayuiun hold up John
Morau of Ukhfleld. N. J.. Moral) struck
the robber on the head with a turkey
nnd knocked him tint. Perhaps it waa
st u (Ted with lead slugs like those our
Innocent New York friends bought for
It does not take ninny drone eowa or
hens to eat the prolit made hy the pay
ing ones, and they should bo tested
out. If some fanners would Join a cow
tesllng association they would be sur
prised to find that few of their oows
pay n profit. It only costs a amall fee
to laid nut.
Winter eggs are extras, as It Is only
natural for n hen to lav In aprinir and
summer. To lay these extras a hen
must have extras, and tho fellow who
will not eater to Blddy'a appetite In
the eold season will get left
LOOKING I Hit THE
The editor ol an enchant doen't
wHnt anyone to rend him any copies of
hia papcra in which they have found
m intakes If they find a perfect ropy,
however ho ofTera a biff price for it
Fame with us, says the editor of the
Crystal Kails, Mich., Drill. If the
fool rritlc who hunts for mistakes in
the papers would find them all he
would he I opt busy. We will he
pleased to huy copies of any
paper which ran be proven entirely
free from errors, either typographic
ally or In statements of facts. We
will he plenao I to find a merchant who
never made a mistake in putting up
an order, or lawyer who neyer male a
mistake, a post official who never puts
mail into the wrong box, a woman
who never forgot to put In the salt
while cooking or to put the tea in the
teapot before putting; in the water.
Bring on dome of your mistakesless
paragons who find it so easy to criticise
tho papers and we'll give them the j
chanre of their lives to find out whether
they are really human. Ex.
While the industry of lumber manu
facture is widely distributed through
out the Unite 1 States, a proiuction
during the calendar vear 1911 having
heen reported from every State but
one, t.amcly North Dakota, it ia inter
esting to note that nearly 30 per cent
of the total cut was reported from the
one, namely North Dakota, it is in
teresting to note that nearly 35 per
cr.t of the tots! cut was reported from
the five status of Washington, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Oregon, and North Caro
lina, ranking in the order ramed.
f urthermore, it will le ooperved that
two ot these five States are hcated on
the Pacific (.'oast ai d three in the .outh,
have in recent years hecorr.e the prin
cipal centers of lumber production in
the United States, their combined out
put in 1911 forming 68 per cent of '.he
total cut for that year.
The reported cost of softwood lumber
in 1911 was 528,902,088,000 feet, board
measure, or 7H. 1 per cent of the pro
duction from all woods, while that of
hardwood lumber amounted to 8,100.
819.000 feet, board measure, or 21.9
percent. The slightly . larger portion
production supplied by soltwoods dur
ing 1911 as compared 'with the figures
for the proceeding year is a logical
result ot the drilt in Ue lumber in
dustry to regions which are chiefly
coniferous or soltwood.
The live leading species cut in 1911
were yellow pine, Douglas rir, white
oak, and hemlock ranging in the order
named, the aggregate output from
these woods being 268,350.000 feet or
72.5 per cent of the total production
from all species. Yellow pine alor.e
supplied 12,S96,706,000 feet, board
measure, or 349. per cent of the total:
white oak, tr.e leading hardwood,
contributed, 3,0'.)8.44-1.000 feet or 8.4
DOING THEIR DUTY
A complete line of
wagon and buggy
robe, bits, rlates,
a pti r s, u U ts , roae
ettef etc., etc.
Everything In the
line of carriage
twul hore furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM '
ANNA RIVER IRRIGATED LANDS
Productiveness demonstrated by growing
crops. Lands surround new town
of Spring River. Best in -vestment
Dodson Realty Company
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
A VISITOR TO THIS MARKET
cannot fnU tn he impressed
with thf 1'i-rfn-t clfiu linens -pun-ut.
So housewife could
lie wore fmrtli'ulnr than we are
tn exclude dirt of any kind
('owe nnd select jour meat in
person and you will better ap
preciate ourcare in this respect.
That's only one of our ways of
maklnsr this market the very
best place at which to buy your
HAYES fi GROB. PROPS
Scores of I.akcvicw Readers are
Learning the Duty ol the Kidneys.
To niter the blood is tho kidneys'
When tlley f;iil to do this the kiJnejiS
are aU k.
Backache and many kidnev ills lollow;
Help the kidneys do their wotb.
Dunn's Kidney I'illa hive cured
thousands ot severe cmbch.
l'rixd in the following
Mrs. Williitn Charley, Grapo St.,
Medior.l, Ore., says: "The public
statement 1 gave In praise ol I Mao's
Kidney Pills in 1007 still holds good.
1 occasionally t ike this remedy nod
hud that it keeps my kidneys in proper
working order. A fall was the cause
of kiduey complaint in my case. The
kidney secretions were unaturai nnd
sometimes 1 had such acute ptilna In my
back that I could hardly bend" over. 1
did tu t sleep well and despite the use
of pla-tcis, liuinients nnd remedies ol
Various kiiul, I continued to suffer.
While in that condition, Ooati's Kidney
fills were broHght M my attmitlon aud
procuiing n supply, 1 commenced their
use. lu about lw- weeks I lelt belter
und the contents of two boxes made
nio well. 1 have recommended Doar.'a
Kidney Pills to manv other people."
Fur 8hIh by all dealer. I'rh 50
ccutH. Foeter-Milliurn Co., Buffalo.
X V.. sole aetata for the Uulted
The Northwest Ton6ite Co., are
cutting away the tim er along the line
of Mill street wet-t from the Sum Ban
ister residence and will rxtend that
street through tne property which
tuey own in i hut. part of town. The
tract along the new extension has been
nut into hits.
DON'T VOU liEUiCVE IT
Some say that vhr.iuic uuus.ipition
cannot be cured. Ion' you ballet e
it Cliaiulw-rHlu's T.iI'V'h have cii'ed
others h.v tint you? j1vo them a
trial. The.v coat cly a qutiitor. Fori
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTT IN LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
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H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
POSTOFFICe BOX 243 PHONE 171
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 8:35 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 7:05 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
Vullman & Buffett Service Bet ween Lakeview and Heno
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
THE INCREASED COST OF LIVING
Is h complicated problem, but many are solving It by eliminating
from their diet list all foods of doubtful nutritive value.
Romember, Quality Counts
Jt is not the amount of food you eat but the energy value rei'etved
that gives results, and It Is the uon-recogaltlon of this fact that
causes so much dyspepsia and other forms of
stomach trouble today. To those seeking a com'
plete, easily digested food, suitable for all ages
HAS HO EQUAL
IN THE SQUARE PACKAGE
consisting of rich, creamy milk, with extracts of
wheat and barley malt (in powder form and
non-alcoholic 1, with all waste matter eliminat
ed, comes as a revelation.
Write for & practical tteelpe Hook, which
will sho w you how u very little money, properly
expended, can be made to product tho best results
Ask your druggist for Free Tr'.ul ruckage
THORNTON'S DRUG STORE
aalo by all dealers.