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lYK'ntcl a few times, if necessary, will (iiul a customer
for that property of yours. Fliey are scanned closely
by intending linyers, and the co: t is nominal f cents
the line for each insertion. Special lon-j-tinic rates.
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lies (illllil llllvlllg tclll tm LTU v
mid hurtles In llrwt cImmh (.mill Jmt.
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township XI. rimgc Knijuiri' !
Hunger Hum., I.iikovicw. re
TIIK l.nkevlcw AliHirni l A Till Co.
Im tnitkiiin kJmm inl iii leca mi Abstracts
to O. V. L. I '.' TmctM ami Town
FOIt SAl.K House nnd lot furnished
and ten acres located ut I.mu.'vli'W.
Must H.-II. Muke nit n offer, l-'or
purttctilar write to liox 0'.J, Ilun
don. I In-ifiiii O 24 ti
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eM'. of l.nki-vii'W. Writ fur trin
or liiiike offiT to (Im. 1. Mln hrll
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WANTKH To trmln n irc m-iir
illy unit l.nlicvli-w. Onuoii, for
Kloridii Kvcrttlmlit Uml. Mm. J. L.
Klrdy, HON ltlix St., St J..'(ih,
Mo. 113 4t
WANTKD to Ih loi'iiicil on Una t Ihhm
ltMf licniH. (ilvn iHrliculir, mm to
Moll, ellniHti', Iik'kiIoii, wnlcr, llin
li. r Htc. W. M. Iliown. 112, K. loth
St., I'ortliuul, On-Kon. tLLi
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nil (xcclli-ut ttii'lil to wll our kiiIod
Uiil nurwry tK'k. A MTtiiiinent
tilnce, niHh kv nnd n Wuiir firm
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WiiMlilnKton Nurncry CV Toph-iiIhIi,
Wnntt'il AtM-ut. Write lli'Hllb iV: At
eliletit IiiHiirance. Oregon Surety A
( 'iuiMH.lt ty Co,. 'J'2'2 KoHril of Trade,
l'ort Iniiil, Oreiroii.
HTIMV NOT U K
KSIKW I'liiiie t tln Itol on ihiicIi
on vrt Slilo Home tune In Novem
tier, (l drown inure liramli'il 't oil
left Htlde; S mi left Hhonliler huiI na
ot her hiiihII lu tinil oa the left i-lioiil-der.
Owner inn hiive mare li.v puy.
og feed lull unit for tliU hiI. W, K.
. n rdrn .1; ic w 1 1 i s k t tm i :
Hotel lmevlew bur. The bent n ml
purest, wlilnkv made. tf
LOOK AT TH K NOTICK I'OU ItK
wnrd iHHiied liy the Tvlephoue
Coinpimy for deHtroylnn t prop,
A KKWAKD of Hfty dollars i here
ty ottered for iiiiorumtioii thiit will
lend to the arreH' am) convictiou of
miy pet bod wli.i Iihh stolen wires or
other properf y from our CompHiiy;
and the emiie iDwanl is liorel.y olfered
tor inform i'.ii Unit will lead to the
arrest and onvictlon. of Huyoue doe
troyinjf tln proierty of the Company,
Hoorotary ljuke Co. Tel. it Tel. Co,
TIM II Kit l..KI
TIM II KK LAN I S
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C. II. WKUHKK.BOS LUMl.r.K
MAN'H lll.IKJ., l'OKTLAND. OltKli
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NtJTICI-: TO CKKDITOKS
In the county court of the atate of
On-tfon, for the county of Lake.
In the Matter of the L'atato of
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COX
CKUN: Notice la hereby g;lven that
t he undersiK'ied waa, by an order of
Hon. It. Duly, J udi) ol the above en
' 1 1 li'it court, made and entered on the
3Iat day ol January, 1913, (Inly ap
pointed Administrator of the caiate ol
Vllhelm ClirlHieoHCN, decea-ed, mid
!.UM duly (ualllled as atich.
All pt-raoim having claima MgaLiat
aaid estate or aald decedent, are here
bv reiiulrcd to present the aauie. duly
verllbd and accompanied by the pro
per vouchurH, to aaid AdmltiiHtrator,
within six months from the date of
the tlrar. publication of thla notice,
at the olllce of L. K. Conn, In the To wu
of Lake view, Lake County, Oregon.
Dated and first published thia 13th
day of February, 113.
AdmlulHtrator of the Fstate of
Villielm CtnisteiiHeu, Deceased.
NOTICK OP FINAL ACCOUNT
Katate of Chui'lea W, Moore, do
ceased. Notice la hereby given that the un
dersigned adnilnmtrator of the estate
of Charles V. Moore, deceased, liaa
filed in the County Court of the Slate
of Orig in for Lake County, his final
account of the adniinlHtratlou of aald
ei.tut.1, and that salj court hai llxod
i.f.H I. OIVF.HI lnli
I Iim iiiiii ri-ni Ii flu y i( April llll.'l, ut
I In- linllf if III d'rli.ck, n. in. m tin
lliii-' mill tlui Ouiirt K null In tin1
(.'ouiity Cnun llim-n in I w,
l.nKc fiiiut.T, OriKon thii lii''
lur lii-nrliiK I Jf t mini to f-ml filial
n ''1111111 .if liny tlHTr Im-, ait (or m-llli-nii'iit
Now I hiTi-fi im, nil crniin Itit ir-li il
ii ri" i incti il anil ri-(tiirri to (IT.- in
w r 1 1 1 ii if , miiv nliji'fl limn tlic.V lll.i.r
tin v In mini llniil iircotml, .In mi IM
t'l'inf lii'Tuii' khIiI iilni-iiutli day (if
111 1 3
l'.i I a
I tliiM iilnt'tii iitli d'iy of Murrti
W. I.Allt TIIO.MI'HON. A.l
inliilHt rui'ir of the CKtiiti'
of ( .it rlt i V. Mc.ire, -(
noit' I.; ok contkkt
1 ifpHri iiient of I lie Interior United
Slnie I.hihI Olllie; Lakevlew. Ore
Hun, Mmcll I'.', lilKt.
To Clen, l'O, Itlnuclir, IJiiy and
r.ilinil lirnke, helra of M. A. Drake,
I .'-il, Id'liiioiit St., Salem, OreKon,
iiU are hereby notified that
Iwla H. I'l-nione, who Kort
Itock, Ori'K"H. aa bin pnHt-otllcii
adilrcNH. did on February 12, lUI.'i.
tile In thia oIIIch Ida only corrobora'ed
npplleaf iou to contest and aecunt the
caneellatiiiii of your Uoinenteud.
Kntrv. harlal No. 01821, made April
21, 1U0. for Lota 1, , 3. Section .r,
Tuwiiflnp !il Sout h. Halite i Kant,
Willamette Meridian, and an (trounila
fur hia coDteat he allefea that you
have wh'.lly abaudoiied Bind entry
wince the dale ol the death of t lie entry-man
ami have failed to cultivate
or improve aald bind hince date of en
tryinan'a death, on October 20, l'.lll)
that eut rvmao during bin lifetime ijnl
not e-ibll-li i tc tu, 1 1 bnnatide rcHldence
on aaid and.
You are, therefore, further notified
that the aald alleatioiiH will l taken
by tliU ollW' an having lieen confeKHed
by you, and your aaid entry will be
canceled thereunder v ithout your
further r Ik lit to te heard therein,
(It her define llila olllce or on appeal. If
you fall to tile in tbla otilie within
twenty ilaya alter the (ourib publica
tl n of thla notice, a shown Ix-Iow,
your nnawer, tinder oath, Hcriflcallv
meeting Hlld reHpnndtnK to thene al
icKatiou of con teat, or if you fall
within that time to file in thla ottk-e
one proof that you have nerved a
copvofyotir anawer on the aaid con
teat nut either In eraon or by reniH
tered mall. If thii nervlce la made by
the dell -cry of a copy of your anawer
to the conteatant In pi-mon, proof of
audi service iiitint be either the mild
couti-Htant 'h written acknowledgment
of ti ih receipt of the copy, thowiint
the date of It rccciptaair the allldavit
of the peraoti by whom the delivery
waa made utatln when and w here the
ropy waa dedvered; if made by retcia-ti-red
mall, prMf of atlch hit vice m net
cniiHiHt of t lie Htliilnvit of the peraon
by whniii the copy waa mailed atat
Intc when and the poKtotUce to which
It wra mailed, and thia atlidavlt munt
be accompanied by the poatmaater'a
receipt for the letter.
ou Hhotilit Htuie in your anawer
the name of the p .Htollice to which
you ilcHlre future noticea to be aent to
A. W. OUTON. Uepater.
Date of first publlcution March 13.1H13
' " necond " " 11113
" "third "
S1000 Dollars Reward
I own all the rattle branded 70 or
XL aud formerly owned by Cox &
Clark and the Ileryford Land &
I little Company. These cattle are
now ou the ranges ot Modoc and
Laasen Counties. For Information
leading; to the arrest aud conviction
of any party or parties Illegally
liiandlug, killing, driving; off or did
posing; of any of the above cattle
I will pay ON K THOUSAND DOL
LARS and the costs of arrect and
prosecution. Send all Information
tJ 1'.. 11. Day, A lm las, Modoc county
Cul., or to me at Latrobe, Kl Dorado
County, Cal. If guilty party niUht cb
cape, promptly notify the Sheriff ol
the county In which the Illegal act
was committed and advise mo by
wire at my expense.
W. IV PUKE. Oct. 17
i . asaM i
CIIAMHliKLALVS TARLF.TS KOR
Fur eoiiHtlpntlon, Chamberlain's
Tablets are excellent. Easy to take
mild aud geutlc in effect. Give them
a trial. For salu by all goo 1 dealers.
J. C. Oliver bus
and horses fornale,
10 head of uiuIcb
also a few choice
eaiiD ( i
Live 8tock 1'oioc
leu AiuM-latou, ol
wutiu tuti u inter
will Hive D.C0UU0
rewanl (or eylcH-noe
luadiua to tlni .
rent ana eonvtrttno
ol Hiiy itarly or r
tlus aieMlina horn!!.
ottleor niulm bn
loading to auy of 111
(n addiltoo to the ahovo, ttitt uiidernluned
iifforsnn the same oon'lliiun !. 0.00 for ail born
t bramlud burau nhoe tmr ou both or eltliet
la. Hrand ruttordi'it In ulKlit countiea. Kkiiki
Haranv, lake tiiut CruoJt uouutttni. MuriK-ii-ntod
No in.1 but. grow a hornet old, and only In lari
auuboi W. W. UauWN.FKe.Orogou,
' V ' F ..'7-sw .la J
v i -.f ii
M' llOW HilillC
nit. l .
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titl ill i ii
li'i.-l 9Alf V'l'if
i.-iy kli'tflna Hii'li
I w fji' null
1 (Mil If Ihl (i I V I)
ft I III . II III. If f)
il'iir itin.hfr'M on 1 1 in iiii
Tticff. nrw itti-n wtiu Inwi- llirlr (inlii'llii-
i Jill m imby 1 11 lil H'A-;iy
Ooi.'llu M. Mill H I. I '.V liHMll'tH M flfl t
ilii-.,i-i m in Iu :iy'
Tlio-e liii-ii ulinni.t fiown their fin I7
hi I n riitKi y na h tuoli
lllil It'll Ipftfofllt nil, Imw fllfTei i-fil
When iP-iir inntlicr'a nil thw ol
-ookH iiiel Uiri'fl Mil lithium.
iIIhI in llK-y 1o brak!
A nit how
ifl On-)' Miosl lti illiim-rt O'irxl
w ho t inlniiiKi n '.liny imi!(i.:
If cookM ito iiri-iik thf ctiliin nii'J with
iiii-.il uml 'li-M play linh.
My, yon unl Imlly illiirii-r whn dar
inin iir'N on Ihf) otf'
KHilr'n r"l mr nwful (fmifir Ooodn".
l, K'-i ni'M'n.r mini '
lint vl!li inn il. i t ll' hi rllfli "Ml; alia )ut
nmili'if fiiet iiiitU. ii uh
If a conk Htnvii fi-ll rlrlil on hT hf
uouliln'l aw-eiir Ilka nonm low alnb
Th.r.'ii no njMHln' In Iho klli.hon when
il"Br ttiothi-r'a on tli Job
Tli'-ra nm prfnclirra In lhi pulpit, thnre
ari prmichf-m In Ilia pi-w,
Ami wli.il nwful lon. ntmrp m.rrooni mme
of (hi-fit ilo ir-nch nt you!
Hut If lii-iirl h it'im- ! io ojn. If ona thlna
r;in turn tln knob.
It'a Out biva iIimI'ii nil nrounil ua wtii-n
ib nr niolhi-r'a on Mm lob
C. M HARNITZ.
KURIOS FROM KORRE8PONDENT8
. Have yu known a fowl Mint
is row a more than one apur to the lejf?
A. The Viilturlne ijulin-a fowl of Af
rlca la the only one we have heard of.
It crowa na IiIkIi na Ave.
i). At what iiKe are young turkeya
first anld for ronatera? Why do you
feed onion topa and dandelion to
poults? A. Four months. Dandelion
n nd onion ure tonlca. The latter tone
the liver, the turkey'a weak spot, and
kills intestinal paruidtea.
Q. 1 note you apeak of the Jungle
Fowl ua the rhlcken'a aboriginal, la
there only one kind? A. There are four
varletlea the lied, the Ceylon, the
fJruy, the Green or, Java. Found In
louthcfiatcrn Asia. India. Sumatra.
Java and Borneo.
Q. What breed of chlokena foothera
qiil'-kly mid 1 not jtawky nor thin and
Ioiik lecited In broiler atage? A. The
butter ball White Wyandotte.
Q Mow may 1 prevent water Elnsa
fKK from cracking when boiled? A.
I'tiucture larj,'e end with dnrnlnK nee
dle liefore bollliiK-
Q. 1 have KK Homers and dealre to
know alxiut how much cm In 1 ahould
give t um at each feeding. A. Three
qunrts. Add a pint extra when there
ore ninny aiiuaba. Watch your birds
and vary the quantity according to
their appetite and condition.
Q. When do you think a turkey poult
Iiiik passed the danger polut? A. The
(Irst four tiinntha of a turkey'a life la
the moht critical period. When It
has "shot the red" the turkey ralaer
t. How do you give salt to your
fowls and how much to the hundred
hens? A We dlssolvelt In water and
mix with miisli about an ounce to the
hu nil red
Q What la ronsldiTcd a good aver
age hutch of et'gs shipped by express
In winter mid summer? A. Winter. 5n
per cent; summer. 75 ter cent.
Q. N II dltlicult to aeenre damages
for ei;gs broken by express companies ? I
A. It's a case of try. try again, and
sometimes after several decudes you
do get something.
FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS.
There are nt present sixty-three
firms in the United States manufactur
ing Inculiiitora and brooders, and these
can hardly till the demand.
We lectured at many farmers' Insti
tutes the past winter and found the
women especially Interested In poul
try One hundred written questions
were sent us nt one Institute. The
fanner's wife Is the main factor in
our f Lti0,(li)0.00i) poultry product nnd
her husband should see that she has
the best atock and best facilities ' for
the profit paying work.
Kiiglnud does not average one hen
per ucre. She Imports most of her
poultry nnd eggs. Canada at one time
proclaimed she would supply Eng
land's poultry market and then some
Last year she Imported l.Hl.onO.diki
eggs from the United States.
The high price of beef has lifted
t' liiltry out of the luxury class, ami
lucre peeple are eating chicken today
'han ever It was once the special
bdi when the preacher came, but now
"hicUen Is simply an everyday ui:;ner
VVe ncte the lawyers still prefer to pick
a fat goose,
Petnlunm, Cnl., Is not only on the
ihep as the chicken metropolis of the
world, but nt her recent allow exhib
ited a bronze turkey gobbler that
weighed sixty pounds, the largest ex
hibited this season in the Cl Ited
Wati-li the columns of magazines and
newspapers. The American hen is
gradunlly gaining In extent of apace
she occupies Wonderful, this evolu
tion over the barnyard fence into the
center of the stngo It's simply lie
cuuse she mtikes good, and that's the
only way to get there.
Among the breeds that especially np
pen I to Massachusetts fanciers la the
White Wyandotte, the superb bird foi
broilers. At the recent Boston show
the chicken entry reached 3,I58. and
White Wyandottea topped the list
with 210 beautiful specimens
More and more utility Is being dls
cussed at shows Instead of fancy feath-ljJew
v.w hum ii , u iiuioi i-uuiiin. im, die ;
merely ornamental Is Inconsequential
in theae daya when living la ao high j
Reported That Snow Is
Tim Kurt Hi lwell N'Wi givci th fol
lowing latent news of the development
of (hu Uig;1! Crude, mlnini,; dintrii-t:
From facta g!eried from fr.iners who
have rpent the winter at aorne of the
principal properties in the High Grade
district, gratifying results are evj
dnneed. Tim North End mir-e', al
Ihouf'n but few men were enipl ived,
have in seveial instance known up new
vein of goo! ore and at the South
Fid, on IJUcoverv Hill, the Sunset-
Hummer has ahown up a large body of
good grade mill ore. This ore waa
found at a depth of 75 feet from the
aurfare and the company is now fcdrift
ing mirtheait to ascertain the pilch of
this ore body, and alao to demonatrate
the extent of the ore i-hoot. This com
pany ig also doing aome ecxellent de
velopment work in their lower tunnel,
i. e . trying to intersect the big; ledge
outcropping on the aurface, and ,if
found in this tunnel will give a depth
of 300 feet on the vein.
The light fall of snow the past 'win
ter, moHt of which has already disap
peared on the eontb slopei,""is giving
the miners an early season, anlalready
some supplies are being aent up, a
the recent developments have been a
stimulus to a number of property own
ers to commence work early in the
EXHIBIT CAR IS
Land Show on Wheels
Portland, Ore., Mar. 25 (Special)
The work of educating Eastern people
as to the opportunities Oregon offers
for the settler is not only being carried
on from various commercial clubs ot
the atate, but very .attractive, effective
missionary work is being done by the
Great Northern exhibit car now touring
the Middle West. Thia car is really a
complete land show on wheels, contain
ing samples of products grown in the
state and is accompanied by well in
formed men who explain the display
and answer questions. Fully 120,000
Dtople of the Middle West will have
viewed the car during its tour, which
ends at Feoria. 111., April 4.
Railroad men. in keeping tab on
work done by the car find interest in
Oregon homesteads is high throughout
the territory covered. Few visiting
the exhibit have used their homestead
rights and many announ:e their inten
tions of coming 'West and filing on
Government land remaining unclaimed
in thia state. The car carries a 'Isrge
amount of literature descriptive of
Oregon and this is distributed to in
ouirers. OREGON'S SHARE
OF RESERVE FUND
Oregon's share in the United States
reserve fund for the year ending June
! 30, 1912, amounts to $12,559.52, which
' is divided among the counties cf the
I state for road purposes : Baker, $1320 ;
I Benton, $2.12: Clackamas, $1505 69:
i Coos, $140.38 Crook. $.';juil,32 ; Curry.
I $1585.70; Douglas, $3030.27: Grant,
:$43S5U5: Harney. $1364.07: Hood
River. $109 60; Jackson. $188.10:
I JoKephine, $1642.03 : Klamath, $3315.30 ;
Lake, $3326.44: Lane, $4223: Lin
coln, $487.08: Linn, $1372.55; Mal
heur, $7.34; Marion, $577.47; Morrow,
$403.99; Multnomah, $1S8 51 : Polk,
$20.35: Tillamook, ?2GL90; Umatilla,
$1087.14: Union, $1466.85; Wallowa,
$3334. HO; Waso, 8567.93: Wheeler,
$461.71; Yamhill, $73 37.
Ranch for sale ltiil acres on Cama
Prairie. 1500 cords wood; good
shearing corral ; lar.tre bouse, barn
and out buildings. Address Rosa
McDanlels, Lakeview, Oregon. A29
A Player Piano without a few
new rolls from time to time is al
most as bad as an auto without
I gasoline.- Player piano owners
owe themselves new music occa
sionally. Upon receipt of a five or ten
dollar bill we will prepay to you at
a fine selection,
including your tavontes ii men-
tioned. State if your player u 65
or 88 note and make. Address
THRCC MOr.C PiTIZE WINNERS.
The Mel-mil i-.imi g:l prize nppor-
lnned In the slate of Kniisns In the
mi nana city Si.ir'a boys' corn (.rowing
contest iis a winded lit l,eter Robin
s.iii of I '1'i iiliir i nii.il , wllhili aeventy
Ihe tulle of the 1'i.loiinlo stale line,
ttliu raised wev enty el :ht bushels and
ihl"4V pontiff of i oi ii mi an acre In a
seei.imi the nvernce riinual rainfall of
wHIi-b Is but twenty two Inches. The
land that inn lined ihis acre had la-en
Hi pasture, was fall plowed to a depth
of eight luetics, was cross plowed nnd
harrowed In April nnd planted early In
May Willi n lister. Ihe rows Is-lng two
n:nl a half feet apart and the kernels
twelve Im hcs apart in the row. Dur
ing tl.e tu-nsfiii the crop was cultivated
i,l x times An Interesting feature In
coiiueellou with Ihis acre of corn l
that home grown seed was used aft
ir Imiliig been given a careful germl-
i tuition lost.
The third award of $''KJ In gold went
to William Idiotic, Jr.. n resident of
Doldph.'iii, the extreme northeast conn
ty of the slate, who raised 107 bushels
a ml forty pounds The land which
produced the prize yield waa rich aec
oini bottom. It was fall plowed and
given a coating of bnrnyard manure
u ti. I double disked In tbe spring before
plowing The Heed, which was home
grown I too tie County White, was plant
ed with a planter In rows two and a
half feet apart nnd the kernels tw-elve
Inches apart In the row. One deep and
five shallow cultivations were given.
Judges of thla acre report tbe atand
too thick and that a larger yield could
probably have been produced If the
rows bad been three and a half feet
apart and the kernels from eighteen to
twenty-four Inehea apart In the row.
The fourth gold prize In tbe
same contest for Oklahoma was won
by seventeen-year-old Esta Beaman. a
young lady living near Meeker. In Lin
coln county. She succeeded In getting
a yield of Dlnety-flve bushels and ten
pounds on a type of land pronounced
by the Judges to be the best suited to
corn growing of any In Oklahoma. The
acre was manured, plowed eight inches
deep In April and harrowed twice.
Boone County White seed was used,
and by careful testing of seed a perfect
ntund was secured. The seed was
planted with a planter with furrow
openers attached. It waa harrowed
after It cane up and was cultivated at
intervals of ten daya thereafter with a
spring tooth cultivator to kill weeds
aud maintain a dust mulch. This
young lady did all the work of tending
the corn and raised a larger yield un
der adverse conditions than any of tbe
several hundred who took part in corn
growing In this and several other con
tests. THOSE LAST THREE MILES.
A good old friend who is close to tbe
eighty year line and who for the past
forty years or more has lived on the
old homestead, aome 'six miles from
town, told the writer tbe other day
that If he had his life to live over again
he would do ut least one thing differ
ent from what he had done buy
n farm not more than three miles from
town Beiug of a naturally social dis
position, our friend and the members
of bis family have found that these ad
ditional three miles have served aa a
sort of bar to keep them from enjoying
a good many privileges the town af
fords. They have meant a long drive for
the cbildreu to the town school, a lute
return home after evening entertain
ments. In stormy weather the staying
at home almost entirely, while tbe ex
tra distance has resulted iu a good deal
of extra hauling expense And our
friend dwelt upon the fact that these
last three miles meant a good deal
more to an elderly person, whose vital
ity was low, than to one who was
young aud vigorous. The writer be
lieves the point Is well made and that
more should take the facts noted luto
account w hen choosing a country home.
GOOD ROADS DEMONSTRATED.
A very definite demonstration of the
value to town mid country people of
smooth uud hard roads bus been given
during the past few weeks in the high
way conditions which have prevailed
iu a mi in tier of uortheru states duriug
the Interval mentioned. The dry weath
er and scant full of suow. coupled with
the fact that the roads froze up smooth,
have converted them into virtually
paved highways. Over these smooth
roads farmers have heeu able to haul
just as heavy loads as It waa safe to
put on their wagons, while the wear
and tear on motor power aud vehicles
have been reduced to a minimum. This
has meant a greatly reduced hauling
expense. Moreover, towu and country
duellers have used their autos unin
terruptedly aud with greatest satisfac
tion. A policy of permanent road build
lug curried out would give forever
ou all built roads just the conditions
described. Wouldn't such a condition
of tbe highways be well worth while?
, A COSTLY EXPERIMENT.
A South Dakota farmer with whom
the writer was talking the other day
stated that he got badly soaked the
past season us a result of pluming n
considerable area to imported seed
corn of an unkuowu pedigree. It wua
some southern variety and. although
growing to a great height, produced
not even nubbins- nothing but leaves
The experiment cost him a good round
sum. and he'll know better uext time
His experience proves nicely what Is
coining to be viewed us an Important
point in corn growing-that seed
should lie used that has been produced
flKS-r MKIHOOliT ( Mi; HI II -HUN DAY
IhkiI t In . in. preaching ?rry Sunday at
tl . in. sml 7:i p. m. Kiiwurih I .en?, if frvrf
iicUf -..iiiin si 1'rnffr Mis-on lb tire
st 7:i it. in, Oiulr nii tut et temp, m,
lies' Aid Kviti rt.-li,,T m I SO p. m.
wrj!o.ji cnf.linilj lnmi Ui nil serrtcs.
R. K. MVKRS, Putt of.
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I'm loim M-riur-e at tl A M enu i :.M P M on
I -el trU sun Hiindsr Scliiiol t 10 A M.
miilor S.ii.iv l t.'K V M. its fl i t Voting
fn.,i I ni.in nt;i r .VI nt) ffU'R Kudos?,
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Vlt:w, ii,. , i, in ,, MftMinn-. Hall. SunUaf
h dm. I at ncim A.M.; vtoriiinn Hcrvliwat 11:U0
KtfioiiK s.Tviif ai 7:i. Prayer Mfcllii oa
Wrilii. tiiat 7:i P.M All are cordially Id
Ttti tl. kfcV. J. P. .-CHfcLL, ll. D , ruun.
LAKKVJKW H-ISf OP I. MJ.-.UO.N jjiy B.ad
ina S-rvli-i a in ltf Hall of tfc- Mihimi In ih
KiKiinaol L' l.i (Hiiiiinn Hiilliliim) C-aUtt
hirci-t. evur-i Hunilaji t viic at 7:i U'Cloc.
All an- uinllalijr luvi ffl.
FIl'.M HAPMM IH hill Of -.iKisK. Il
-. N'-iv Pin,.- i rrf-n, Or.-iron. Prrarlilna tn-ii'i-nal
HAM and 7::fip M nt rach Munda
jl nurv monib suielay school at 10 A M.
Prayi-r s. rvlc at 7:'iiii Wailtn?lay CTi-nlnr
I eaih -i. AH are riirdUlly invltrd U)
liu-tid i be iM-rvici-
kKV I.. K. HKNDKKSON.
LAKEVIEW I.OIH.K No 71, A. F. 4 A. M. Holds
atated mretiDim Sainrda on or before lull
miKin. Maru- 72, April 19, Mar 17. Spnclai
no tiUK uunn call. K.-narally hulurdar re
Jdks. V'laltln brethrco welcome. Joba L.
Ciark, W. M ; II M .Nolle, Hec'jr
JIMirltl OK IIONOK-LAKt-IKlKI L, . jk.
No. 77, P. of II., A. O. (". W., Meet -nid
third Thur;iiaa nJ eaeb montli 'tilc
Hail: Wary poai, (:. of H.; J. Bel In Anner, L.
of H.: Lira Snyder ':. of C',; Alame4a
0. V. F.-I.AKKVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. I
1. O. O. r nil Ihe Brut and third Thurs
lay cTeoiniia of ea:b miitith In OU1 rellowa
Hail, Laaevie. U. T. Uodall. C. P.. K W.
( hney, hcnliv
1 O. 0. W.-LAKEVIEW LODC.K NO. til.
Meets erery secouil and fourth Tliuradar of
tli mouto, iu Maiviolc Hall, Lakevlew.
obaa. Tooniugaeu. M.W. ; Wm. Guotber, ft.
O. O. r- LAKEVIEW lAMOUK, No. W. 1 j.
O. T., meeta every naturaay erenina u-iu
rellowa Hall, at 7:30 o'cls:k, from Oc.o -t 1
lo April 1, and at olclork from April 1 to
(epteDiher a). W. p. Uvkemtui, N. O.;
O. D. Brown, Secretary
SEBEEAH LOLKiK-LAKEVIEW LOUGB, MO
IS, I. O. O. P., m-seu tbe second and lourtb
Fridays of eacb month in Odd Pvliowa Had,
Francea Corbet!. K (.; V. D. Mom. hec'y.
whAitilr CM ll At H
Land anu L.w Otilcc
Abstractor ot Title
tilaMlabpil t- rric,Or
All Practice Except U. 8.
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L- 1''. Conu
' Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
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