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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1913)
BIRD SEASON IS
Opening Game Soason
Under Federal Law
Would Remain Same.
7A ffaWrfMI Cat. I turn
Congress Turns Down
Measure That Would
Have Saved Birds.
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A complete llneot
wagon and buggy
ham es. whips,
robe, bits, rlatea,
Everything la the
line of carriage
and home furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT ft TITLE CO,
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTY IN LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Our Complete Tract Index
Insures: Accuracy, Promptness and Reliability
Such an Index is the ONLY RELIABLE system from which an
Abstract can be made, showing all defects of title.
IVo Also Furnishl 'VSg&ffigg.E'
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
POS TOFFICB BOX 243 PHONK 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
Pullman & Buffett Service Between lakeview and Reno
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
How about that real estate you
have been trying to sell for years. We
can find a purchaser, or sell any. other
kind of property you may have to offer.
We handle real estate of any kind
anywhere, and will guarantee satisfac
tion. Our services are at your disposal.
Perhaps you have been looking for
a farm, ranch, city realty, a summer home
or a business to engage in. If you wish
to buy, lease for grazing or any other
purpose tell us what you want and
where you want it. We will find it for
you and buy or lease it at a price that
will please you.
We will be glad to supply detailed
information to anyone interested in
buying, selling or leasing realty of any
description. Blanks for buying, selling
or leasing property may be had on ap
plication at this office. Send for a com
plimentary copy of our listed property
Curtis & Utley
Lakeview - - Oregon
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We give efficient service and do
good work. Send your
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' ' us a trial. ,.
Reno BftfHONE No- "2
to rol your Barley at any time
Bird lovers throughout these United
States, who have for the past two
months, been making a determined
effort to prohibit the use of wild bird
plumage for millinery purposes, have
just met a decisive defeat in the
Finance Committee of the United
At the beginning of the present ses
sion of Congress, an amendment was
added to the Tariff Bill preventing the
importation of featners, quills, heads,
wings, tails, skins, or parts of skin,
of wild birds, either raw or manufac
tured, which were not used either for
scientific or educational purposes.
This provision did not apply to the
feather or plumes ot ostriches or to
the feathers of domestic fowls of any
This amendment passed the House
ot Representatives and would pass the
Senate had the wholesale milliners not
brought enougn influence to change
the Serate Committee on Finance.
The passage of this amendment would
be the greatest step in wild bird pro
tection than has ever been taken.
Oregon Man Encourages
The Upbuilding of
That cattle will soon be almost ex
tinct in eastern Oregon unless some
thing is done to stimulate the business
of raising them is the statement ot
M. R. Yates, who is touring the inter
ior in the interests of the Cattle
Growers association. The remedy be
suggests is some arrangement of a
credit system by the banks that will
encourage the upbuilding of herds,
says the Portland Journal.
As an evidence of bis statement he
cites statistics from the records of the
forest reserve, which show that where
two years ago permits were taken out
for the grazing of 12,000 cattre on
one range, the permits this yesr are
for only 700. "The channel between
the increasing population and the de
creasing number of cattle is widening
each year," he ssys, "and at the same
ratio we will live to see the day when
we will only see cattle in parks or
zoological gardens, a we now do buff
alo. 1 be shipment of beef from Aus
tralia will then be looked upon as a
great accommodation instead of a
menace to the American grower. My
association with the cattle growers
places me in a position to ascertain
the facts. I also meet with buyers
from other states and find the same
conditions exist in Montana, Idaho
and other cattle growing states."
Ft. Rock Times: The Eickemyer
Brothers now hsve their Irrigation
plant running, it consists of a six nor
se Old enirme and a four inch centri
fugal pump that throws 400 gallons of
water a minute. They force their
water to a heighth of 30 feet on'o a
trestle, this trestle is 110 feet long
which leads the waters to the top of
a bank which is the highest point on
their land. For the present they will
water their lawn, a small garden, an
acre of cow peas and ao acre of tur
nips and sugar beets.
Keep The Kidneys Well
Health is Worth Saving, and
Some Lakeview People Know
How to Save It.
According to the federal migratory
bird law, the season ftr shooting duks
and geese in Oregon will close Decem
ber 15th, which is two months earlier
'han the provisions of the state game
law. The federal law provides fur the
season to begin September 1st, but
this will not apply in Eastern Oregon,
where the season opens September
15ih, aa the state law will govern In
this case. Across the line in Califor
nia the season will not close until Jan
The new federal law, which becomes
effective on October 1st. divides its
operative territory into two sections
a northern and a southern tone com
prising the states above and below a
line stretched approximately from
Deleware'a northern boundary to the
northern boundary of California. In
the northern tone the open season on
all water fowl is from September 1st
to December 15th : that of the southern
zone, October 1st to January 15th.
There are some exceptions to this
which In general follow the state's laws
sa they are now. Migratory birds
oan not be killed between sunset and
mends That Hunters
Tne State Board of Fish and Game
Commissioners have recommended the
following suggestions to be used by
sportsmen in the field in order to pre
vent accidental shooting and to relieve
persons who are injured or lost in the
forests and mountains :
To prevent accidental shooting, every
hunter should wear a red csp, shirt or
sweater, or some other article of cloth
ing that can easily be identified from
game birds and animals, especially
when bunting deer in the forests.
Since there is a contrast between , the
red and the color of any bird or animal
that is being hunted, this color ill
serve the best purpose.
Hunters should never shoot at mov
ing brush, leaves or grass with the ex
pectation of killing game. It is dan
gerous, for the moving object is likely
to be a mae. Never shoot at any ob
ject until you are absolutely positive
To prepare for an emergency, every
hunter and angier should carry in his
pocket a piece of candle and matches
in a water-tight mstch safe. In csBe
of becoming lost or injured, one ean
readily start a camp fire.
Many Lakeview people take their
live In their hand by neglecting the
kidneys when they know these organs
need beip. Weak kidneys are rcHponsi
ble for a vuHt amount of suffering and
111 health, but there is no need to suf
fer nor remain in danger. Use l'oan's
Kidney I'ills a remedy ttiat has
helped thouHundit of kidney sufferers.
The following statement leaves on
ground for doubt. X. Marehand,
Warden Ave.. Klamath FallH, Oregon,
says: "Some time ago I firHt uo
tlced symptoms of kidney trouble.
My back pained me Intensely and I
was obliged to arise many times at
night, owing to too frequent puxsaget
of the kidney seretioim. Often my
banc wan so weak I had to quit work.
Doan's Kidney Pills were finally
brought to my attention and I began
using them. They restored my kid
neys to a normal condition, stopping
the pains In my back. I give Joau's
Kidney Pills credit for my cure and
highly recoinmeud them to oilier kid
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milbura Co., buffalo.
N. V., solo agents for the United
Remember the name Doau's and
take no other.
Surprise Road Assured
A late dispatch from Ban Francisco
ssys: tne nortneastern corner or uai
ifornia, cut off by the Sierra Nevadas
from the rest of the stats and which
is almost virgin soil because of dirti
culty of access, is to be tapped by a
new railroad, according to an an
nouncement in a morning paper here
Incorporation papers, the announce
ment says, are to be filed in Salt Lake
City for the ruad. which is to run from
Reynard, Nev., on the Western Paoifie
railroad, 58 miles into the Surprise
vallev in Modoc county. The capital
izatiun is to be 8800,000, subscribed by
Sail Lake capitalists, and'residents of
Surprise valley, wh6 are projecting a
64,000 acre irrigation scheme.
Since June 1, 1912. an automobile
stage line haa connected tne valley to
the railroad. The towns to be touched
by the new line are Cedarville, Eagle
ville, Lake City, Modoc and Fort Bid-well.
A Second Cripple Creek
Ft. Bidwell News: David B. L.
Breede, of UuCbesne, Utah, was a
recent arrival at tha Cosmopolitan
Hotel. The gentleman was here lust
year with several associates, who have
claims in the High Grade district.
Mr. Breede believes that our mining
camp will some day develop into a
second Cripple Creek, and departed
yesterday for his claims to do develop
ment work, intending to remain until
iate in the fall. Me has the utmost
confidence in the future of tha High
A GOOD INVESTMENT
W. D. Magli, a well known mer
chant of Whitemound, Wis., bought
a stock of Chamberlain's medicine so
as to be able to supply them to bis
customers. After receiving them he
was himself taken sick and says that
one small bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarreuoea Rem
edy was worth more to him than the
cost of his entire stock of these
medicines. For r ale by all dealers.
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J?S UNfrT. 'i iV$r ?! TOV ol.jt in shooting U to get your bird
gj'fjVii.f r 5-' Then shoot heo Steel Lined Sp J
Thev are tha U.tr.t shells in the market Thoif
pred is demonstrated beyond que.lion by tha on sura
teat in all ballistic matter. the Uectne t. lironoRrh.
Then, too, there la the) experience of thouiwmU of e.oned
tinner, who have been shooting the Kemington-UMC Steel
ined Shells ever since they came out.
Tf mm) lining I. K. ttiinf. It rn'rw th. paw.Ur-huM U la tumnmltm
put. all th. dnv. ot th Io.1hi b.kind lit. that.
Your loaj tr.rrl. quirkryn .hoctM ap your !! Yoa cut dowe
Uia fuM nxk on Lad wia anile. iwa ft mra itrj.
Your f)lrr rani.. th.M aprro1 ak.lla, Cat tltrm. t'. thm. Fin J
lha Kt ball mark on .vary boa oi ah all. and nwlallica you buy.
Remington Arms-Union Mctallio Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway 6 New York
Is a great factor for success. It
enters the private office of the large
financier as well as the home of a
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LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER
Job Printing Department-Phone 521
CON BREEN, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
, Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
C. E. Froman
Designer arid Builder
Plans and bpicliicattoiiH of nil
kinds furnished at remmi
able rates i
Lakeview - Oregon
Six hundred Lincoln
Duck Lambs, first of Sep
For particulars in
quire Pyramid Land &
Stock Co., Keno, Nevada
BEGINS it (orty.fifLh school yeui
StSTCMBtfl 10, 1B13,
DEGREE COURSES 'n many phasesof
AGRICULTURE, ENQINEI RINQ, HOMC
EcoNOMice. Mining, forcstrv, com
Two-year Courses i auricul-
turc. Home Economics. Mccmanio
art, forestry. commerce, pharmacy
TEACHER'S COURSES In manual
training, agriculture, domestic science
MUSIC, Including piano, string, band
liistrutiienU and voice culture.
A Beautiful booklet entitled
"THK ENBICAMHNT Olf RURAL IIFB"
and a Cataloguk will be wailed free
Address II. M. Trnnant, Registrar,
tw-7-i6to ) Corvallia. Oregon.
Let the Examiner figure on
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