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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1914)
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ry, making wink a butih'ii iumI
stooping or llltliif an ImpoMrillnlity.
Tim hack ache at iitjtlit, previ-m lim
retreading rent and In I In- morning n
tiff ii ri(l Inlne. Planter hiiiI lini
liient may kIvo relief but rHiiimi
reach the can" If thi k lil ' ii M'
weak, To eliminate tli pain hii I
aches) of k ! y bark -iirlii juu miiMt
cure the kid ni'.v m
Tile following statement ulioiilil i nn
viuco "every Lukrvlw remler uf their
Mm. I. . White. MK V. Hamilton
HI. Mcilli.nl. Or., mii.vh: "Twin I liml
attacks of kidney trouble. A ilnli
pain urtlli'il In my buck Mini I H i'
dizzy and DrrViiils. Tin-re memi-il to
Ik iio ri'Ht fur inn ilnv or night . I wim
II run down. 1 trliil ,iuh'm kidney
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The Best Automatic Farm Gate
In Use In Every State In Union
FOR. SALE BY
PORTER. H. PLEASANTS
Willow Ranch -:- -:- -:- California
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anil hrMiighf tlii li't nf rcHiilln. i
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In' ii'iinl nl in curing knliiiy trouble,
'l in y wave inn a i rimm n t pure and
I lnivi'li't lifi.it liny l:n el kidney,
trimlili fur virn.'' '
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mi i I n fur ii Hil'ii'.t remeily g-l ;
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I'ni., Kiiriiilu, N . Y.
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' i ' I it limit ii!Mlllliii III keep HII Hit.
Illllll lillll IVIIIII. ''o HlU roniton It
: 1 1 1 ii 1 1 - m (Kiniiiiy to give the
murk Ki i-Hi'i in tin- rulili'Mi weather In
1 hi 1 1 -1 in 11 1 1 11 . iiii ti'i'il hill referred
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Mutton t-ln-- xhuiilil never Ik mixed
breedi mi tin- fnrui. (let one good tn ill
tun breed, ntli'k to It mill develop to
tin- lllu'tirM imtrll poMilhle, A lot of
IiiImi-iI tiniilm iii-vit lil'lliK tlu IiIkIii-hI
prlii mi tin imirki't. It Ih thoxe nf
diii breed, iiiilfiinii In mI.i. Muipe and
condition, t tin t get the big money.
have you paused in front
1 nihil ririM i r - "tr ii v '
JVltiny How many times have you come
XimeS 'rom a concert or ne opera
thrilled by the music and with
the wish that you in your own home,
might produce your favorite selections
night after night? With a
you can do so, and without previous practice
or study. No longer need you ponder how to
entertain friends. No longer need you devote
long hours to keep up your manual playing.
Stop mourning the lack of opportunity in
youth or your failure to embrace it Have a
'Concord" Player sent to your home and
the world of music is yours all the music you
want and when you want it.
SHEPHERD & SON
When yon are planning your
VHi'iiiloii. if yon am going to
new Iim nlliy. ink as much pain
to li'ii rn about the hcnlthfulucK
of tin plin iim If you with about
to liny h home there. In the
fiw wwkn of the aiiminor'a out
liitf m family may now the aooda
of IIIim-mi t hut will Innt for
mouth, if it (mm not prove fatal.
Ho when writing for the price
ot rooms and board nnd the pro
Hcti for cnlrheti of hlnck tmaa,
link the mi miner hotnl proprietor
wlmt in tin miurce of hi water
iiiply. how hi dlNpoftf of lilt)
u'lirliiiirf nnd other rofiine and
whitlnr tin M-rii-nw liln houne
iifiiliiMt llli'i nnd inoMult4. If
you 1 11k piilim to do thla you
will nut only m anfUfimrdlliK
vnnr-i'lf nnd fiimlly BKiilnnt ty
(ihnid fevor nnd niulnrln (irohn
lily tin iihwI provnlcnt of aum
nnr cHiiftlit iIImpiiwh tint you
will 11 1 ho dp giving tho n-Hort
proprietor n irnctlcnl linson In
Kitnlmtlon nnd koihI cltl.i'imtilp.'
USE OF SLAG IN
Better Than Stone For tiie
SPARE ROLLER, SPOIL ROAD
Plant of Watar Abtolutaly Nteaaaary
In Manufacture of Slag Roada Slag
la Chaapar, Laata Bettar Undar All
Conditiona and la Eaalar to Gat.
To coiiHt.nnt a hlnhway correctly
proper ex'-nvntioii nhoiild (lrxt bo made
and the miIiIkihi; tlioroiiK'ily well rolled
with u rolli-r of lit leuHt ten tons In
welK'it. Thin Mhould be done no mut
ter wlmt kind of liiine material 1 uxed.
However, In the coiiHtructlou of a slug
rond. In order to obtain the very bet
nnulu, it In neccHMiry that the Ioono
lag be Kpread on the HUbbaiie to a
proper depth and then thoroughly
rolled from time to time an the work
During nuch procedure it U recom
mended that the road be kept well wet
with water. If water la available, and
Id nnlnhlng It la only necessary to put
on top of the "lug bane about two Inch
es of alug screenings, which contain
dust and slag particles as large as one
fourth of an inch, which, like all ce
ment, I Inert In the dry state.
This likewise should be thoroughly
wet and well rolled. In fact, the top
should never tie put on except with
plenty of water and thoroughly rolled.
This Is nerewiary because of the natu
ral cementing qualities of slag, and In
order to get It properly bound this ma
terial niiiHt be rolled to eliminate as
many voids ns itouMlble.
A slug rond built under these specifi
cations, liiKtead of deteriorating, as Is
too often the case with most other road
metiils, will gradually Improve until
the entire roudlied heroines a solid
mime:, thereby giving practically a con
It Ih n:u1 Indeed to wat-h rond forces
ut work, imt only along country hlgh
wn.VR. but more especially in the cities.
UV1TNNU 8LAO FOB KOAI) WORK.
where ttiere are macadamized roads,
for the waste of time nnd material la
Streets are repaired merely by throw
ing loose sltfg or some other material
into the ruts uml. instead of finishing
the job by rolling and compacting the
material, making it more or less per
manent, the loose mnterial is allowed
to remain, nnd vehicles passing over
It, Instead of compacting the filling,
will cause the particles to grind Into
dust, which will be carried off either
by the wind or by rnpldly moving au
tomobiles, leaving the street In as bad
condition ns before it was repaired.
Slag is the one m.ttcrlal that not only
is cheaper as a rule than all other road
bases, but It is available hi large quan
tities and ot all times, regardless of the
weather. The rainy season has no ef
fect on the shipment of slag, as is the
case In the rock quarries and gravel
pits, nnd by reason of the fact that It
is usually loaded at points where a
number of railroads center cars are
available when such is not the case at
quarries nnd gravel pits located exclu
sively on one line.
The ndvnntnges to be derived from
the use of slag In building highways
may in iinalyztHi ns follows:
It is a natural cement rock.
It will cement together if properly
compressed by wetting and rolling.
It is. ns a rule, vastly cheaper than
any other rond material.
It Is available in large quantities and
at all times, regardless of weather con
ditions. It Is an Impervious material.
It Is considerably lighter in weight
than stone or gravel, consequently a
grent saving in freight Is effected
where distances are equal.
A New Road Material.
A new road material designed to
stand hard usage from automobiles Is
being tried by n Swiss euglneer. W.
Erlioh. nnd is said to consist of a mix
ture of broken stone about the size of a
hazelnut, but not limestone, with n
binding mnterinl whose composition Is
not divulged by the inventor. In the
present process the stone is heated at
first from 100 to ISO degrees C. and
mixed nt this temperature with the
melted composition. Whelk In use the
mass Is remelted In order to put it on
the rond. A road roller heated to a
rather high point Is passed over the
surface, the roller weighing about six
tons. Iteports stnte that a very good
rond surface can be obtained In this
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BRIEF DAIRY LORE.
The cnlf utiill should be plenti
fully supplied with good clean,
No diilryimin should forget that
tils barn Is n place where human
food Is produced.
Observe with care and note as
a Orst point that a cow should
hnve a large and ample sized
A brush or old whisk broom Is
handy to brush off loose hair
and dirt from the udder lief ore
What the dairy Industry need
most Is an improved breed of
dnlrympn Instead of a new breed
The choice pure bred calf
would be a splendid and most
appropriate gift for either the
boy or the girl.
To a certain extent nature pro
vides for the comfort and food
supply of the dniry cow In the
summer time, but If we depwirt
too greatly npon nature In the
winter time we may And our re
turns somewhat unsatisfactory.
KEEP STABLES CLEAN.
Filthy Horaa 8Ulla Almost Certain to
Light, air and dryness of bedding
are the requirements for a sanitary
borse stable. In most cases the stable
la at fault It will be ankle deep in
wet manure and soggy trash. The man
who permits each a condition to exist
will nse the currycomb and brush
only when be feels tike It
Muddy roads, filthy stable floors and
lack of proper care of the horses' feet
are nearly certain to result In an at
tack of "scratches" some time during
Scratches is an inflammation result
ing from dirt filth and cold, aggra
vated by driving or working In the
mud. It Is hard to cure. Prevention
Is easy compared with curing the
cracks and raw sores that accompany
Briefly stated, this trouble may be
prevented by keeping the stall clean
and removing the mud from the horse's
feet If there are no holes to collect
urine anil liquid Glth in the stable
floor, if manure Is promptly removed
and plenty of dry bedding Is provided,
there will be no appearance of
SHOTES THAT THUMP.
Lack of Exercise and Damp Beds Often
Cause the Disease.
When we have wintered fall pigs In
the open field with a run of ten rods to
feeding place we have never bad a pig
affected with thumps, but when run
ning In the feed lot and sleeping In a
nearby hog house that was closer and
warmer we had trouble with thumps,
writes O. V. Williams in the National
Stockman. The longer these shotes are
left In the drove the worse the' thump
and sooner or later die. We have
found two treatments that proved suc
cessful. The first treatment Is to take the af
fected pig from the drove as soon as he
At one time the Chester White
was rated as the largest breed In
the United States, but the tendency
of modern breeding baa been to
ward the production of a finer
boned; amoother and smaller hog
than the older type, and at present
the Cheater White la similar to the
Poland China in size, though it is
commonly claimed that It Is a larger
breed. The face is atraight, and
the anout is usually a little longer
than that of the Poland China, In
general conformation the Chester
White is similar to the Poland Chi
na, though often longer In body.
The illustration shows a prize win
ning Chester White boar.
is observed thumping and sell to a
shipper, even though a special trip be
necessary to take him to the yards.
The other method Is designed to tie ef
fective and consists in turning the af
fected siiote into a field with a small
pen only scantily supplied with bed
ding. The pig generally does a good
don, I of fretting along the feuce in try
ing to get out. and In a few days this
exercise and fresh air will often be
found to have stopped his thumping.
Dust lack of exercise, sudden change
from warm pens to outside drafts,
damp beds, etc., are common causes of
thumps, and remedial agencies must
be nlong the line of correcting these
Where water Is before cows cou
stantly it Is interesting to note how
often they will take a few swallows,
then go abend with eating or chewing
cud, says Hoard's Dairyman. It would
be hard to estimate the benefit of hav
ing water before the cows In winter
when it is warmed to the temperature
of even a cold barn over the system
of turning cows out to drink once or
twice a day from a tank that is too
often frozen, or even If the water Is
fairly warm the atmosphere Is too cold
for cow comfort, and she is compelled
to drink far too much at one time,
thereby chilling her and diverting en
ergy that should be used In making
milk to briuglng her temperature up
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WJ.MbWE CO. B05TOr
iw" ,r niwviin w MiHrfivrvvinv
nd IrJrnrM art o mtr ns
eatary than Smallpox. Army
rre-jlTtl epr.mcr h.ts r-m-
onsuaftj the almost mlnco- ;
itfliM efficacy of ntltypboH .
Yircloation. Be vaccinated ;
' by your phyiidan, you
and ymu family. Ask your
phyilelan nr fmrir!ft, or tnd to ut for Information .
concerning Typhoid Vacrtne and results from iu use.
Tilt rUTTTt LABORATORY. fiERflFLtY. CAL.
rotucio VACCtaf ttmmmm aaata . f. uct no.
OollMlUt, A3Xlml. MimImI ul CmiHnlfJ I
mnrnttn. rmltr trll im Mn imihuw of a
A m.rir d Bvrop. W. hnl p t4iMita to mmrn I
lbtrowmwy. Jjoraltnrf for clrl.. ChrlrtUa la- I
flrarii. sMllimtimrrowv'IIBffB. alo wl I
tmmi efarwml!lioa 4olltn. WHJIS I
H. M. CHUOKK. rr,-tant. Attmrnj Callage I
TH2SOi,T)K8T ESTABLISHED BEALTT
riKM IM ROHTHKR.N OREQOX
ONE TO 12,000 ACRES
OF LAKE COUNTY
Fur HHle either for Htovk or agri
J. W. MAXWELL &. SON
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. M they einaot
reach tbe mrnt of the diseaae. Catarrh is a blood
or eonatltotlonal dlaeaae, and la order to care It
yon moat take internal remedlea. Hall'a Catarrh
Cure la taken Internally, and acta directly apou
tbe blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure la not a quack medicine. It was pre
scribed br ooe ot tbe best physicians in this
country for years and Is a regular prescription.
It la composed of tbe bent tonics known, com
bined with tha best blood purifiers, acting; di
rectly on tbe mucous surfaces. Tbe perfect
eomblnstloo of tbe two Increments Is what pri
duces such wonderful results lu curing catarrh,
8end for testimonials, free.
r. J. CIIENE ft CO., Propj., Toledo, O.
Sold by Dracglsts, price 75c.
Tak Hall's Family Pills fur corutlpatloo.
S1000 Dollars Reward
We. W. F. Detert and W. D. Iuke,
own all the cattle branded 70 or
XL and formerly owned by Cox &
Clark ami the Heryford Land &
t.'nttle Company. Tliee cattle are
now on th- rinireK ot Modoc and
H8-en Counties. for Information
'eailliig to the arrnet anii conviction
if any pnrty or parties Illegally
h'sjiidlui klllti;. drivinir off or dls
poslrjtf m'-Miiy it tin iihove cattle
we will pay ONE TUul.'SANU DOL
L.AKS and the costi of arret t and
pro8ecn't..n., Seud all Information
to K H Pay Al'nrau. Modoc county
Cal., or to u- at Lutrohe, F.I Dorado
County. Cal. II liulity party niiuht -escape,
promptly notify the Siierff of
the county In which the Illegal act
was committed and advice ns by
w ire at our expense.
W. F. DETEKT.
W. D. DUKE.
Strayed or Stolen
Strayed or B'olen fr.uu Abert Lake
on the'15th of March, Ithrce hordes oi
the following deHcrlptlon :
One prey gelding, bramied 2L and
borseshoo on left shoulder; one grey
four-year old mare branded quarter
circle lary 5 on rifihl silBe: and one
bay mare with white bind leg. brand
ed quarter elide D npniile down.
A liberal reward will be given for
the recovery of siime by Jerry 1.
Eirnn and Dan Sullivan ol Plush,
t )reion. D 18
S 1 ,000 REWARD
, i. Tbe Orexoii. Cr
lfornia au: Ner
w n it'll inu
ref .w irr tots 1
s..M,ftrty or par
uir ui ra
fa addtttr to cfl auov. iht- uuderalaned
-ffors on t.. a uml couditiou lifu.OO for all bora
:a brauilc j horse sh je har ou both or either
aw. B:nd rexordod In eight coiiutiaa. Kauaa
rlarni-y. Lake and Croon couutica. ora
fontvd whdii sold.
None bntirrown horses sold, aud onlyln latKs
"Jhchas w W.bbown . File Oregon.
HOW TO PREVENT BILIOUS
"Coming events cast their shadows
before." This Is especially true of bil
ious attacks. Your appetite will fail,
V.u will feel dull and lancruid. If von
are subject to bilious attacks take
three of Chamberlalu'a Tablet m
soon aa these ayuiptoms aoneap and
the attack may be warded off. For
sale by all dealers, t
THE EXAMINER FOR JOB WuitK