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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1913)
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IJI I lt.ILll. I if ILL
Scores of l.akwi.'vv Headers are
Limning the Duiy ol t lie Kidney.
To filter the I1 od is the kidneys'
When lory fail to do this the ki lee
lineksehr and mary ki.lncv ills follow;
Help l!e kidney !' their work.
IM.in's Kidney PilU lnvo cured
l me nils ot severe ease, i
!V,.. ji the following : I
M:-. vS'dlam Ohmlcy, Cr tpi Jst., '
, , ... , in est j in; olioi en on in am ion, i ne rxiu
H: 'Tlu public
Governor Says Stato Tax
Will Bo Increased
Governor West has ehcekej up tne
t nt it I appropriation for the recent
bienni.il pertol ami gave out some in
Warn fee ijuctiw f tht hi ftTtete pf
CtC. MERMAJICO..PtiEWn. SpriasfieU. Kia.
attetlda tan stetr. wwHi rm a art efsecktt ap.
CrtECON and WASHINGTON
If A Directory of each City, Town and
jj Village, giving- descriptive sketch of
each place, location, population, tele
Is rraph. shipping and banking point;
Li Giao Classified Directory compiled by
6, business and profession.
Ifk R. I- POI.K 4t CO.. SE4TTI.E
ll:il, Ore., SKVS: "The put
is;cniont I cve In pr.iie of Ivan's
Kidney Tills in 1007 still holds go.l.
1 ee.i 'H'lv t ike this reincdv and
ti . mat ii ko ps my kidneys in 1'ropei
w - ki i; on'iT. A fall whs tho emiNf
of ki ii, oy e.imptaint in my t-aeo. '1" lit
ki.!'iiv sVroi!MH were unttnr.il ninl
lomi times I had 8Ui'h iieuti' lalti In my
hnek that 1 could linnlly IkmuI ovt 1
dtil ni t nh'pp well nnd tltvplte the Use
of planters, liniments and It'im-dlcs ol
various kinds, I continued to Sufl'iT.
Whilo tn that condition. I'oan's Klilney
Pills were brought to my attention ind
proruritiK n supply, I coiiitnonwtl tll"lr
Ufc. In Hliout twi weeks I felt U'tter
and the contents of two boxes made
m well. I have rectimmendeil Poan's
Kidney Tills to manv other iieople."
For sale by all dealer Prtce 60
cents. Ftmter-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole a'tot8 for the Unltetl
j THE MOTHERS FAVORITE
A coutfh lutdiclne for chili) ren should
he barmleHH. It should lie pleasant to
take. It should be effectual. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy U all ol this
and It the mothers favorite every-
I where. For sale by all good dealers.
THE PALACE BAR
J. P. McAULIFFE -
A Popular Gentlemen's
CHOICE BRAND WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
Goose Lake Valley Meat Company
R. E. WINCHESTER, Proprietor
lie will endeavor to keep our Market well
supplied with the choicest
Frest, Salt and Smoked Meats
5 lbs. Lard, 90c; 10 lbs., $1.S0
YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
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has one of the most exquisite and
most complete lines of Import
ed and Domestic Calendars
ever introduced into this
section of the country
If interested, Phone 521, and
we will have our sales
man call and show
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ror next year wll ne nearly three tut
a halt times us hili as it is for this'
year, according to the liovcrnor. j
The total appropriations, Inclti iirg !
standing appropriations for tho two!
yetirs, aggrtKte $t,.ritH,(i00. I he j
staini ng appropriation are $l,20t',OVO ;
and the appropriations made by the re-1
cent legislature amount to $,ri,450.t'PP j
The amount of fan. Is to he raised tins'
year according to the estimates of tne
tax commission Is S.'JtO.OtK) of which
there is about $."20.0tX in the treasury
and about StiOO.lXXi will Le raisedj this
year through licenses and other in
direct sources, leaving $1,120,000 to he
raised this year by direct taxation.
Deducting the amount that will be
raised this year, the governor p.dnta
oit that there will he $-1.4 10,000 left
to he raised in 1914. which, after .sub
tracting the $t'00.000 that will be deriv
ed from indirect sources again, leaves
$.S10,000 to be raised by direct taxa
tion in 114. This sum ia about three
and two-fifths times the amount to be
raised this year, and will Increase the
state tax rate to about four mills next
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SOLICITED U rs. jjf "
These nrtlrlea and tltiislrnttons must not
be reprinted without apoclul permis
IS 1913 FEATURE
Here are the newest Spring anil Sum
mer styles as set by the National
Tailors' and Dresamakers' Association :
Spring and Summer coats are to be
bolero, exceedingly short and much
The newest tailor made skirt is the
conventionalized regulation riding skirl
full about the saddle and tapering at
The "piping irock." pyaaock cuat.
with patch pecktts, made of cover
cloth, is new. ,
"Pussy willow" is the name of a
new soft siik, with satin finish, for
The "moth and flame" is the new
mantle or wrap suitable for evening
It is Greek in effect.
Nasturtium brown will be much
wen. Pitto apple green
Summer evening coats will b short
High waist band will prevail.
"Tapestry ratine," a new American
material, will Le n.uch worn.
Ottoman shades and combinations
will be fashionable. Ked android and
such striking effects will be used .as
Brilliant flowered and colored linirgs
will be used.
OH. YOU 8WEET, SWEET MARIARI
M irlur hud the greatest hen
,To lay. lay, lay '
Blie wouldn't lay off Inylni; eggs
t'pon the tvit'lmtli ilny.
Hut this hen. too, flew o'er the wall
She ns an n n fill Iller
Aud whi n she dim the gardens up
She raised the neighbor's Ire.
Anil so tha women came across
To lay the law down hot;
If she ilidn'l kill that hen at one
They'd do It on the spot.
klarlttr heard them with n srnlle.
No. never saxm-d them hack.
Blie touX the hi right then nnd there
And guve Hint hen a huek.
Then, kissing all their wrath away.
She cooed tn dulcet tones.
"Come over, nuw. tomorrow, dears.
And help to pick her bones."
Thus threatened nr did not occur.
Marlur heut The llugue.
Bo, neighbor, go und do likewise
If your lien la a plague.
C M. HAKNITZ.
THE BEAUTIFUL WHITE EMBDEN.
The goose Is sure au uutliiui'.
Mouiunetits show that goosey-goosey-gander
has bevu following man up
and down crcutioii for over 4.IHX)
The Toulouse, coming direct from
the wild gray, is oldest.
The lieaatiful White KmliOen l
claimed by some to originate from the
mating of a white wild swan and the
Jruy. while others claim It Is an ul
blno from the Toulouse. Jusl its the
White lloi'k cmiies from the ltam-il.
Whatewr Its history . the I'.iiiIhIi'U Is
superior In tunny re-pert to the
Toulouse, nml we imi iso our readers
to carefully soh-rt hretilers In preserve
the elm: arte i -I: .-s of this splendid wa
ter fowl n '.i. I: has iiinel limeli 111
FROM TEN STATES
But ten states in the Union have had
pre.siifcnte. Ntw York and Ohio have
had the presidency 2 out of the 3H
yean t-ince, tie inauguration of Haje9
More renvi-khble fct'll, New York,
Ohio anij Virginia have held the presid
ency 73 out of 121 years since tne feder
al K,jVer mcr.t was irstituted.
At the end of Koosevelt's pecond
t, rm, Mnrch 4, lWi'J, New York had
heM the pr sider.cy 19 out of the 5i8
years nrce th; inauguration of tiarfield
in le-!. The pniilents eiiiicerned
were Arthur, Cleveland, and Roosevelt.
Thestutis have had presidents as
tollows: Virginia - five Wa-iiington,
.letrc'-'on, Mbdisnn, Monroe an 1 Tylor:
New Y'.rk, live Van Iliiren, I'illmore,
A rti. ar, Cleveland and llnosevtlt;
Ohio, five William Henry Harrison,
Hnyep, Carfleli. McKirdey and Taft:
Tennessee, three Jackson, I'olk and
Johnnon; Massac'iiiaetts, two Adams
and John Quiney Adams: Illinois, two
Lincoln and Grant; Indiana, one -Benjamin
Harrison : Pennsylvania, one
Buchanan; Louiaana, one Taylor,
New Hampshire, one- Pierce.
Woudrow Wilson has added Now Jer
sey to the lilt of presidential states.
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Photo by C. M. Harnitz.
EllltDKNS, WIUTK AH KNOW.
size, hrauty, quality und popularity
slnco it was brought over to America
liH) years ii:o.
T'he gander should be pure white.;
two to live years old, have erect cur- I
rlil(,'e, lar-e head, long neck, blight, i
large hlne eyes; stout orange bill, long,
straight, la'und hack; wide, roiiial, full !
hl'eant; ' oinpiiet. deep li.xl..'; Mrollg. j
llll'j;e, well roiiniifd wings, f'lliliug !
smoothly to sidi-s; stout thighs, hiring
.shanUs, tnes and w ebs of deep uraiig,- i
lie should nppoiir iiiiimsIvo, hi; not
overfat nor thin, nor should he have
developed Lu g.- a 1 1 loin iua 1 pouch nor
The 'ioiiso should be his copy, bin
more reiim-tl; from twolotwe ve yorira
C RONIO HTOMAf'H TROUBLE
There is nothing mure dihcitirftginu
than u chronic (Unorder of the stoin
aeh. It 1h not surprlHlog tlutt many
Hiiffer for years wli h Hijeh an uiliuent
I w hen h periiiuiient cure Is within
their reach and may be had for a
trifle? 'About one year ago," shvh
P. II. Beck, of Wakelee. Mieli, "I
I bought a purkiue of Chaiiihei !aln'
Tdbleth, a:id hinee tiHlng them I hive
I filt perfectly well. I had jirevioutdy
ii'ied any iniiiib-r of d'ffer'-nt niedl
1 clues, but none i,f On lit were of any
1 iHirini' benefit." I'ornule by all dealer'.
old and not too closely irlated. Two
to three jwese to the gander Is the
The Uinbdeii affords a fine quality
of flesh. Is a good la.ier, has no dark
pin font hers, and Its w hite plumage la
abundant and brings the hlghost price.
The gosling are very rapid growers
and make splendid green geese for
Thanksgiving and Christiana.
Adult guialr 'M Adult goose IS
Youin; gander IS Young goo.se It
Don't proclaim your young birds that
win at thu fairs "phenomenal" und
"sure winners" at the coining winter
shows. Those that show precocity oft
drop to mediocrity.
Don't sneer at the woman who shows
against you. If the female of the spe
cies Is more deadly than the male, of
course the male who sneers at her
will meet a sad (luale.
Don't stoop to little tricks In busi
ness. The small man always comes
out the little end of the horn.
Don't have too many Irons In the
fire. The specialist In a good line has
ti rich vein of gold to mine, but be
who dii'.' i t that and this Is always
sure surer:; to miss.
Don't put off lulling the flock till
I hey eat their heads off. To the cu
linary cook pol with llieui.
TIIK OI.DKST Ks-ruil.lMlKll ItKAI.I V
lil.M IN HOP1 (IKKN OltkliON
ONE TO 12,000 ACRES
OF LAKE COUNTY
'ir .v.'ie ntlivr fur tork ir tifrrl
v nil nml piiriii.srs.
J. IV. MAXWELL A SOS
J. L. LYONS, I). I). .
Office lit H ni ton's Hloi k, Lake
..Iflit Y-ar' ,- irli' lo 1 1. Ml-hl,-
cut.lal ul (ulieraltv llf VlehUl
TWO HORSE BRAND
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If tht 1 tip
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Spring Colonist Period
Daily, March 15 to April 15
To All Central Oregon Points
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
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CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
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LAKEVIEW . OREGON
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LAKEVIEW TO PLUSI
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTO.tOUILUS OIl.'KATIil IN CONNECTION WITH 1111; rAHl?.
l:AL5: One Way Round trie
Klamath Falls Route - - - $10.00 $18.00
Plusu Route 4.00 7.00
Lakevlew .Mags Office
Plush .... Sullivan MeUI
Klam.ih Palls . . . . American Mol.l
CON BREEN, Proprfotor
Special At tendon to Transient Stock
Homes Hoarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We give tlTicient service ami do
good work. Send your
washing and give
us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
We are now ready to roll your Ilarley at any time
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