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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1914)
A complete line of
wagon nnd buggy
ham es, whips,
rones, bit, rlatea,
spurn, quilts, rose
ettce, etc., etc.
Ever thing In the
line of carriage
and horse furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Inc.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
Homo RnJc Piii.H nr I
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' The Home lulu In ml fur i. 13 ras
now rtsitrn tl.o Utal vt approximate
ly fW.WiO.lHi, m ..ihere is yet cn
HiUmblu lime to ellipse bufuro tho
miri(iorifitiin hot is clo.cil There ran
be no doubt, therefore. that the total
will easily reach f 100. fx 0. 00 or more,
Ihus roi niituiing thin jour's subscript
linns sn advance on last year a, which
was the record year since the found
ation of the Land League, or, to gu
further back, since the foundation of
the Home Kuie Association in 1870.
Thu is a state of affairs on which all)
concerned nay congratulate them
selves. It is creditsble alike to the
Irish Party and to the Irish people,
and it Is the best possible reply to
those whu allege that the Irish people
re lukewarm or careless or Indifferent
in the caue of Home Kuie.
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
, We give efficient service and do good work.
Send your washing and give us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
HOME SEEKERS' RATES
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
and points on the S. P. & S. Ry. la Washington.
TICKKTS OS SALE DAILY MARCH 15th TO APRIL 13th
Inform your eastern friends of this chance to move to the Pad fie North
west at very low rates. Fares may be deposited with local agents.
OYN WAV TICKETS FROM
CHICAGO $3S OO
PEORIA 37 OO
ST. LOUIS 37 OO
MILWAUKEE 30 70
LITTLE ROCK 42 5
NEW ORLEANS 48.05
ST. PAUL $30.00
MINNEAPOLIS 30 00
Dl'LUTH 30 00
KANSAS CITV 30 00
OMAHA 30 OO
ST. JOSEPH 30 OO
LINCOLN' 30 00
Daily between Portland and Central Oregon Points. Leave Bend 8:30
P. M., arrive Portland 8:10 A. M. Leave Portland 7 P. M. arrive Bend
8 A. M. Tourist sleeping car. Berths $1.00. First class day coaches.
Connections in Portland to and from Willamette Valley, Puget Sound,
Spokane and all eastern points. Two limited trains daily via Spokane and
R. H. CROZ1EH. J. H. CORBETT. Agt.,
Asst. Gen. Pass, gt., Portland. Oregon. Bend, Oregon.
II A VE A SMILi:
with us over a tuste of our good
old Rye, uml you will pronounce
the lifunr to be the best and
purest you ever tasted. It has a
tine mellow flavor, and no mig
gestion of h heuduche in h bottle
of It. Suppose you order a sample
bottle. Then you will he so satis
fied that you will want u case.
The price is not the leust pleasing
feature about It.
) KENTUCKY SALOON
POST ilKING, Proprietors
(From The Irish News)
The ladies of the Altar Society have
decidtd to give a card party in the
near future for the purposo of raising
n.oney for church expenses. A lunch
will be served in connection.
Word has been received here to the
effect that Keverend P. P. Kern,
formerly pastor of the local Catholu
cnurch, is now in Seattle, Wat-hmgton.
He is connected with the Church f
tre Immaculate. Eighteenth Avenue
and Marion street.
Mrs. Kosa MrDaniela, who has been
absent from this city for several
months, has returned. Her two child
ren are attending Mi. Angel's Acad
emy, Portland. Mrs. McUaniels has
visited Seattle, Portland and points in
British Colombia ouring her absence
Some Pertinent B's
B pstient, B prsyerful. B humble, B
B wise ss a Solon. B 'meek as a Child.
B studious. B thoughtful, B loving, H
B sure you make matter subservient to
B cautious, B prudent, B trustful, ii
B courteous to all, B friendly with
U temperate in argument, pleasure,
B careful of conuduct. ot monev. arm
B cheerful, B graceful, b hopeful, B
B peacetul, benevolent, willing to
U seursgeous, B gentle, B liberal and
B sspinng, B humble, becsuse thou
B patient, circumspect, sound in the
B active, devoted. B faithful till death,
B honest, B holy, transparent, and
B dependent, B Const-like, and you'll
Wise and Otherwise
An enterprising! exchange has col
lected'tbe following oddities in print:
A butcher's sign reals as follows,
"John Jacobs kills pigs like his
A tailor had a bill in his window to
the lollowing effect, "Wanted Sav
ersl thin coat makers. " This is a fine
chance for spare tailors.
One advertisement was headed,
"Two sisters want washing." So do
a good many brothers. Another ad
vertisement was, "Wanted A boy to
The following extract from a medi
cal advertisement is perhaps correct,
"Consumptives, cough while you can,
for after you have taken one bottle
of my mixture you can't."
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IThaae articles and Illustrations rnunt not
b reprint without apaclal rxrmlnilon.)
DRESSING THE BONTON CAPON.
The well flcsbttl, well drew) capon
presents na much contrast when com
pnrvd with the ordinary drt'sxed roos
ter as a tilg butter ball, milk fed thor
oughbred IVkln does when tuitiK Im
sMo H hliiirb of stringy, tiulml ( twin
InK puddle ducks The ciipnu bus dls-
I tlnetlve iimrku First It Is In rise, often
m:i in moth. Im all rounded ami covered
with a fuHueM of fancy tender Juicy
fntted tlesh Hint eplcuiett iIih l:iro ri
vals H fnt cbcstmit Hi u fled turkey.
It Is without toiiili, Ihl beliiK re
moved at cniHMilnliu!. n ml while Home
remove the wattles. It I not neeessury
as they shrink up. Some dealer try
i Panama Canal Laws
When the th Panama CsiihI is com
pleted -About id.fiOO employees will be
Freight will lie charged 11. 'M it ton ;
pasfcngcrs are free.
American coastwise ships may pans
through free of chaigvs.
The cost of operating the canal will
exceed I.OOO.IRH) annually.
Time required to go through the
canal, from ten to twelve hours.
The interstate commerce commission
haa iurlsdiotiun over canal trairic.
Warships of all nations may pass
througn the canal, out cannot linger
more than twenty-tour hours at either
end In time of war.
To pay interest on the investment
and operating expensos approximately
$15,000,000 revenue per annum will be
Dennis Lane, an employee of the
Kollet ranch at New Fine v. reek, was '
on the sick list for some time during
the past month, ilia recovery waa
complete, however, and he lost no time
in returning to work again.
F'lioto by C. M. ttarnllx
DKISINO A t'AI'ON.
to priM off slips us i-iipoiis. They nre
not, but tire roosters on which the op
eration whs a faiiiue.
They have comb nnd wuttles. are
not true capons unci are spoiled for
breeding Capons are dressed differ
ent from other poultry. I'hlladtlphl:i
style Is the fashion' After belni; kept
from food until empty, the fowl Is
bung head down and arteries cut In
bark of throat Perfect bleediui; is
necessary that It be perfect lu color
and keeping iiallty.
While hlecdiiiK It Is picked dry. but
all feuiliein ure not removed.
Feathers are left on head. neck,
breast, first wing Joint, thighs, tail, as
shown In rut. Head, shank, feet are
LOOK OUT YOU DON'T CUT YOURSELF
if you have been n purchaser in our cutlery depart
ment. You will find our razors, scissors, pocket
knives, etc., about as keen edged as it is possible to
make them. They'll hold that edge too. Made of
finely tempered steel, as they arc, they keep the keen
ness that makes them so pleasant to use, so satis
factory in service.
T. E. BERNARD
"HVERYTIlISa IX HARDWARE AND FARM IMI'LEMKSTS"'
This is the cas with many Luke
Too maoy Lakeview citizens are
handicapped with bad bucks. The
unceasing pain cautn-s constant mis
ery, making work a burden and
stooping or lifting an impossibility.
The back aches at night, preventing
refreshing rest and In the morning Is
stiff and lame. Plasters and lini
ments may give relief but cannot
reach the cause If the kidneys are
weak, To eliminate the pains and
aches of kidney back-ache you must
cure the kidneys.
The following statement ahould con
vince Jevery Lakeviw reader of their
Wrs. 1. 11. White. 618 W. Hamilton
St. Medford, Or., says: "Twice I had
attacks of kidney trouble. A dull
pain settled In my back and I got
dizzy and nervous. There seemed to
be no rest for me day or night. I waa
all run down. I tried Doan'e Kidney
Fills and I soon found that I bad the
right remedy. They acted (julckly
and brought the best of results, i
don't believe Doan'a Kidney Pills can
be equalled in curing kidney trouble.
They gave me a permanent cure and
I haven't had any sign of kidney
trouble for veErs."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. White bad. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Photo by C M. I!urnlt7.
CAPONS I-H1I.AHKI.I HIA STYLE.
wusbisl. rare being taken to remove
nil blood spots ninl clotted blood from
Many ship capons drawn. An open
ing is made ut rear. Inside withdrawn,
t'l.zard and liver cleaned and returned
and the fatty interior allowed to pro
trude somewhat ho that (laps of cut
show rich flush Thu dealer should al
ways be consulted us to whether he
wants them drawn or undrawn. Co
fore packing the capons should be
thoroughly cooled, freed from pln
f fathers uud head should be wrapped
In paper to prevent blood atalnlug car
cass. City trade Is best for capuue.
The best prices prevail from Thanks
giving to Decoration day.
Don't forget that one bullseye beat
all the scattered shots. To do woii
you must make every shot tell.
Don't skimp feed nor overfeed. It
doesn't pay either way
Don't forget to give Marlnr credit for
her work srul much you think yon'v
Don't crowd your poultry house wllll
the thought of reducing the flock lalor
on. Disease may not give you the
Don't horrow trouble uor your nnlgn
bor's Ideas unless you give him credit
Dou't hnul skinny chickens to mar
ket when a few weeks In the fatten
ing crate will pay yon a much hotter
Don't use smeared cga; crates. Ciena
crates uud fine eggs for lest rates.
Whlto Sootoh Coo
I hv number of wlillt colli pup
pirn, both nm, thai r from th bel
Itr.il krmn U In li world. Thfy r )!
Itlv lor T K I at r a . I'aprr flirnUlifd with
rut h 1 h !" lrrp and rattlr iln
known. Can hip thf m by raerrai. Wrlla
lor prlcta and pholnxraplia ol dnja. Riala
aaiwant.il. Uuy Lalollrlla, Print villa, Ota.
IF I FAIL TO CURE my CANCER or TUMOR
POOR CURED AT HALF PRICE OR 1RII
NO KNIFE, OR PAIN
KO FAY UNTIL CURED I
a.- aniaiurit Na XI
Har w olh awladlj
3-dar Salnlaa plaalar
NV TUMOSj, 10MS
or MSI o lha IIP. UCf
or Kmlr jnnl la CAMCIR.
It Nam ram Until taat
tuts, tao-mi sous
aanl traal laalimoniala
1 1 afaiTTalr
Any Lump n Woman s Breast
i irurvf n iwrt eMcm. tns aiwsyi
MS tltnSi Hi tha atmpil anS KILLS) QUICHLV
I atratr art kia CURED 10.000. a taa
Old Dr. t Mrs. CHAMLEt 1JWM&
HOIT tUOCIIIIUl taSCIS JrlClallll! HVISB'
A 43S Valenos St., SAN IRANC1SC0, CAL
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MIS is the time of the year
when attention should he
devoted to your season's
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ERECTED IN 1900
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Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 9:45 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:30 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
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