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hilt. If yon want to put your
liiisliHint In mu ll m itnml humor
that In wlllntand for that new
rvH or bonnet, nrt heoro hint
h piece of our choice tender
tiMHt beet. We knew a
iiihii who could refune anything
hi wlft wanted utter catlnic
mivh delleloun meata. Worth
a trial iin.r way.
HAYES A GROD. PffOFS
THE PALACE BAR
J. P. McAULIPFE -
A Popular Gentlemen's
CHOICE BRAND WINES, LIQUORS, CIQARS
Night Train Service Daiiy
IIKtilXMSd St'MIA V JVSIC SJnil, 1U13
CENTRAL QREGOfi LINE
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
First Class Coaches
Thin nervine In In lieu of the day trains run heretofore.
The train will leave llend H:M P. St., hencliuten ti:4S, P. St., lied
aioml 0:10 P. M '., Terrebonne D:i'l P. SI., Culver 10:02 I'. St., Met oil un
10: VO P. St., Madraa I0::iu P. St , Mecca U:OH '. M Maupln'U;40 A. M.,
Sherar I: Oft A. St., arrive 1'ortland 8:10 A. St.
Leave Portland 7M P. St., arrive Sherar .IMA. St., MhuiIii'3:X
A. SI., Stecra 3:11 A. M , Madraa G-.oa A. St., Sletoliux Cr.VI A. St., Cul
ver fl.i'v.l. iJ., Terrebonne 7:08 A. M., lti-dmond 7:t A. St., Dcschutea
7:43 A. M , Head S:00 A. St.
ContuxltoiiH are made In Portlaud to and from Willamette Valley
and Puffet Sound polutn.
Fare and schedule and detail will lie furnished on application
or by letter.
ft. H. CROZIER, Aft. Con'l Pat: Agont Portland, Or.
J. H. CORBETT, Agont Bond, Ore.
W. C. Wllkot, Aft. Con. Frt. &. Pas. Agont, Portland, Oro.
ANNA RIVER IRRIGATED LANDS
Productiveness demonstrated by growing
crops. Lands surround new town
of Spring River. 1 Best in
vestment in Lake
Dodson Realty Company
LAKEVIEW - - - OREGON
HERE'S GOOD LUCK
and you could not have better than to test our pure
and wholesome liquors the best ever distilled. There
is none better at any bar, and where .once tried it is
always a fast favorite. Our Rye Whiskey is recom
mended by physicians for their invalid patrons. Try a
glass and you will want a bottle. Try a bottle and
you 11 order a case.
' POST &. KING, Proprietors
A WANT AD IN THE
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS
H-M-HH-H1 -H-i-fr -H I i H I 'H I ?
t POINTS Of A DAIRY COW.
'I'll dnlr.vnmti who nets nut to
eleet ciiwm tor hi dnlrt hIkmiIiI
haw In nmiil the rive Htinfn:
first. A in Hltu m HirK
body mid mi (tfliiily write
middle pit' im Hil imlii'iitiK m
capacity for eattiiK mid dlKest
Ids lot of food.
Hecond. A tlilnlj fleshed lm'k
bona Thin Indicate thHt tlie
food 1m Dot nifile Into rieU
TMrd. A larRe wider, sa It In
birr thnt Inn milk I innde.
roil rt 1). MHk wells Hint nre
large. It la through tin milk"
well that the IImh return to
the heart from the uddtrr. If
they ar lame It Indlciiu-a that
there la a larce amount of blood
panning thronxh lh nddcr.
Klftb. iMrftf. ciHar eyea.
whlfh are an Indention of rimm!
iuTva. Cowl iiervva are kwii
tin I tieciiiie they drlre the or
KHiia of dilution and oillk mak
IliR. Add to the dHlry of cowa ae
lected on thla buala. the acales
and the Hul.-wk tet and nc
cena la amiin-.
4 -1 H I I H I' ! 1H-H-H' - -1-1 I I
FOOT ROT IN SHEEP.
Winter tha Brat Saaaen to Eradieata
Thia Troublaaoma Oiaaaaa.
Foot rot In Hhecp la more common
ami more vlrn li'iit on level land tuiin
aiiiong the hllN. n-.iyu W. N. Cowden Id
the Nutlooal Him kroan. Indeed. It of
ten dies out on fitly bill land.
Aa la well known the dlHeae la caus
ed by an liiKert. very minute, that coin
tnenrea In the cleft r the foot and
tin iron a along between the ball of the
foot and the bony hoof, produces an
Irritation and lameneaa. loss of fleh
and If, In fly time, not treated the
blow fly will end Its miserable exist
esce. The life history of thin parasite
la not known.' Where It nndergoe Its
other tranaformatlons, as do all other
Invertebrate animals. Is not known.
Frosty weather Is the best time and
the right time to eradicate the disease
tleirln by paring off all hoof and dla
eflMed tlaaue. but avoid drawing blood.
All depends on the thorough parlu
Then apply any Inaecticlde hereafter
mentioned: Blue vitriol, turpentine, car
bolic acid, peroxide of hvdrogen. red
precipitate and most of the sheep dips
In their undiluted form.
The most common application la blue
vitriol finely pulverized and mixed
wltb Inrd and applied with a little pad
dle. If the case is a very bad one I
would add a little carbolic acid to the
If uiany affected sheep In the flock
treat every sbeep In the flock, always
dlMlnfectlng the knife after paring an
r ' t r t A 4 a. i.
Tba Bhropahlra ewe shown is ons
of three thut won the prise for tha
beat three American bred at
the Chicago international of till
and for which tha Bai-Vet cup was
given The ewea are owned by Hea
ry U Wardwell. Plnehurat farm.
New York. Ilia flock woo every
drat prise, all seconda except two
and four champion prlsea at the
New York state fair last fall. Mr.
Wardwell'a exhibits won mors
money and prlxea at the laat two
International hows than any other
flock of Bhropahlrea ahowo.
affected boot. Wby treat tbe sheep
showing no lamenesa? Because the
disease may be In tbe sheep several
days before It can be seen In tbe cleft
of tbe foot Occasionally a clubfooted
sheep will be found that la so nearly
Incurable that it is economy to kill It
Sbeep after treatment should be put
on xhort pasture or on a clean floor.
If tbe Brut treatment baa been thor
ough In about two weeks every boof
nm.ijj.j be asls exanilBl and treated
aa before if tbe disease is found. The
presence of the disease is always ac
companied wltb some fever in tbe foot
A trough of quicklime for tbem to
walk through each day would proba
bly obviate this lust treatment.
To dial u feet a building clean out
every particle of tuuuure and cover
floor with lime; also whitewash or use
carbolic acid on tbe racks and walls
Tbe claim that tbe coarse wools are
exempt la not correct. They take the
disease as readily as the One wools
and die much sooner, but on account
of tbe shape of boof aru more easily
Fall Frssh Cows.
Pprlng fresh cows yield most of their
milk when low price prevail for dairy
products and the dutrynmu la iiimieat
wltb tbe crops, lu winter huoq cow
yield nnly a small flow of milk nt
most On the other Hmtii1 a f.ill fit-i
cow gives a targe supply of milk dur
tng tbe winter and Dushe again wltb
the stimulus or pasture in aprittgUme
Fall frewh ihiws should annually ylou
from 10 to Ifi ter cent mre niUU thu'i
tbotm calving lu the spring.
GOOD ROADS FUND
Bourne Proposes to Spend It
In Next Fifty Years.
A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.
Ex-8enator Advocates Expenditure of
Vsst Sum by Government and States
For Construction and Maintenance of
Highways Advsntages of Plan.
Koruier Culled States Senator Jona
than Bourne. Jr.. chairman of tbe Joint
committee on federal aid In tbe con
struction of post roads, in a special re
port to the committee proposes to
spend S3.OOQ,aO0.OO9 for good roads in
the United States, $1,000,000,000 for
construction and $2,000,000,000 for
maintenance, both extending over a
period of fifty years. Besides tbls
great scheme, all tbe hundred and odd
otber good roads measures wblcb have
been projKMed from time to time in
congress pale into Insignificance.
The Bourne plan contemplates tbe
creation of a conxtnictioii fund of $!.
000,000.000. appropriated among tbe
states upon tbe IjihIh of area, popula
tion, assessed valuation and road mile
age; that the statcH shall dcpoxlt In tbe
Cnlted Mutes treasury fifty year 4 per
cent ImjuiIh for the amount due tbetn aa
worked out on this Imxls. hmmi which
tbe federal government shall lend the
par value for rout! eonitructiori. In Its
turn the federal government would Is
sue Bfty year nnntitxnble 3 er cent
bonds, to tie sold In Ji denomination
or multiple of that miiiii to all tuv-rx.
Tbe bill suggested by Mr 'Bourne to
csrry out the plan lie Imx evolved con
tains nine sectloiiK. the most in'crcst
Isg of which relates to the npgMirtiuu
nient and credit lug to the M-veral tji:f"
of "the United States highway fund."
as It Is called, thus: "The I'uited
States highway commission, heieiuaft
er created, shn'l ascertain In the most
practicable manner, from the best In
formation available, tbe total land
area, the population according to the
last federal census, the total assessed
valuation of all taxable property and
the total mileage of public highways
In each of tbe several states, and shall
compute tbe percentage of tbe total of
these four Items possessed by each
state. 1 Tbey shall then compute tbe
average of tbe four percentages for
v" : v--: i.l:''
A TrPlCAL POST BOAO.
each state, and this average shall be
tbe per cent of tbe $1,000,000,000 Unit
ed States highway fund that shall be
apportioned and credited to each
Tbe bill also provides, of course, for
tbe establishment of the necessary ma
chinery to carry out the plan a head
office in tbe District of Columbia; a
highway division in each of tbe states.
In charge of a United States highway
engineer; a national school of highway
and bridge engineering in Washing
ton, for tbe purKe of training spe
cialists for the work of road building;
United States highway commission,
composed of the chairmen of tbe sen
ate and bouse committees on postof
flces and ost roads, and tbe director
of tbe oflice of public roads.
There are some obstacles in tbe way
of the adoption of the Bourne plan. It
Is in no sense compulsory. Tbe states
can do as they please about It Tbey
need not go Into It if tbey do not wish.
If they do not go into it they would
get none of its benefits, but at tbe
same time they would not assume any
of its burdens. J. E. Tennypacker. the
statistician of tbe Bonnie committee,
shows that In twenty-seven of the
states their constitutions would permit
the borrowing of money for public
works and that In twenty -one states
constitutional amendments would be
required to emible tbem to issue bonds
for public works.
The advantages claimed for the pla
aa formnlated are here uoted.
lucenlive to, the states for activity
and expedition' in road construction by
utili7ation of the superior credit of the
The establishment of practical and
desirable co-operation between the fed
era! govei-bmeti? an,1 the st'Ues
Team work between the federalists
on good roads and the state specialists
without subservience lu the state In
strumvntalil; to any federal bureau.
The establishment of a practical
concrete plan for a long period with
dellnlte knowledge aa to th llalill'ty
of tbe fiyl"'-' " ei s ,'..
to t. .nun's onit'lmi the measure
wiw.' i ii , ,ic "Cici iDi it lm
nertitlveiy needsn great system of
vooii wi-.t:v Tv)-h w.niM "vast-
Iv t'Vi ,i ih :j , i.ess prosperity
ami -or f -t of our poodle and double
(l,e value of our'acrU oitnrai lamb.."
CAN WE TEMPT YOU
Our Meats are prime enough to tempt the most
particular. Competent fudges tell us that we offer
the public THE BEST MEATS
sold in this country. The flesh of no animal that
has passed its third year is admitted within our
store. The primcst cuts of beef come from young
stock, and it is the same with Lamb and Pork.
Favor us with an order.
Goose Lake Valley Meat Company
R. E. WINCHESTER, Proprietor
ERECTED IN 1900
t . l , 4- P T .til I ' J 1
Roon 1; t PS"Vi9
I LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
1 P. LIGHT GEO. HARROW
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have made an entire transcript of all Records in Lake
County which in any way, affect Ileal Property in the connty.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
ever made in Lake County, and ever Deed given.
Errors Found in Titles
In transcribing the records 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 not Indexed at all, and
most difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Others annot find tbem. We have pat Hundreds of dollars
bunting up these errors, and we can fully guarantee oar work.
J. D. VENATOR,
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. M. CORY,
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Operates Stages, carrying United StateetMalla, Ezprces mn4 Passengers aa tha
folio wing rtalMi-
LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTOnOBILRS OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH TUB STAGES
PARES: - One Way Roaadtrip
Klamath Falls Route ... $10.00 $18.00
Plush Route - - - - . 4.00 7.00
Lakeview . Stag Office
Pluah . . . Sullivan Hotel
Klamath Fall . , . AaMricaa Hotel
WALLACE & SON
(Wm. Wallaoo, Coronor tor Lako County)
PROMPT ATTENTION AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
Telephone No. 101
J. P. DUCKWORTH, Manager
Uuse to Meet All Trains. Transfer
and Drayage. Storage by day,
Week or Month
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