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Vlra l'railiiit Ttinmsa H Marshall
HfHirotart f Hiata tVilliam J Mr tan
Herniary t Triasury William 4 MrAilmi
Nor'lar? nf war Mnillrr M IJarrlann
AiioriiK? ,mrl Jmiiiu : Mi k')riiiilfl
In.uiia.i r itirl AlU'il it lliirlcaon
Honrrlait nl Nary inm,u Imiilvl
wriary of Inl.rlnr ,., Franklin K lnt
hwrxlarf nl Avrlfliilliirt... Ivll Hiiiiatun
Herniary nH.'iuniiiarot ...William ('. Kriinld
tw. rt.urf ol l-alxir llllum II, M IUhid
latxralals Uuinaiurn Commltnlon.r .,
Kl,ar I Clark
Hnnralary ol Hlats.,
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ThM. H. Kay
..A. M, Crawford
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, W, M. Uuni
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County tlook laanantor.
H. A. Hawkins
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H. A. Muakaa
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I T. )i. Wakrfleld
TOWN OF LAKKVIIW.
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VRJfT MKTM0U1MT CHUKCH-ONDAT
obool at 10 a. m. Praachlai Try iiuday at
II a. m. ao1 f :W p. m. Kpwortb Laaa ua ararj
HoDdar arjlD at Vrarar Uaellac Tbura
day at 7:Wp. m. libolr maailni al :ap. m
udivr jtia avery naanfaoay at p.
arr bodr oordlall laallad to all arrvioaa.
u. u. rKfKi raator
:A1liOLIC Hl)tu;U-KVKKY bUNUAV Ml
al t:OU and IU a.m.! Hoaarr al 7:80 p.m. M
on waokdaya al J:WI a.m. Hvrrlova In laaNaa
tiunt. T.T.KIkK, a,j.
riKHT fHKMBYTKKIAN I IIUKCH Off LAKE-
Vi.nr . i . ft. . . 1 1 1 1 .
inn. it trm va in in. piuiiiiiu iikii. oanuay
Hrbool at 10:00 A.M.: Murnlnf Harvloaal U:uo
vaniua Haraioa at 7:10, rrajrer Mectloa; oa
waannaoava al T:so r.M. All ara cordiaiij la
tiuki. Hiv, uau. a. UKAnruriu, raaior.
LAKKVIEW KPIHUOPaL MIHMON-La kaad
lug Her? loea la Iba Hall ol Iba Mlarfon la tat
Kixiruioi l.c.i.l;. (Hunllna nulldlnir) OIMI
airavi. avarr aunaa aauiu( at l'.mi u'Viuoa
All ara cordially Invlifd.
riKHT BaKTIKI C'llUKl H Of MHtMK UK!
al Naw rlua I rvl, Ormin. Ifaarblng aar
lrai al 11 A M and 7:u t M el eavcb Hunda
ol avary mnnlb
Hunday Hrbool at 10 A M
I'raret Hvrvlua at 7: W on
ol aarb ward. All ara cordially Invited lr
attend ibe aorvlroa.
L. B. BRNDBRMON,
(.AKKVIKW UllHJB No. 71, A. t. A A. W. Hold,
lated maaUnaa aaiurday on or beiora lull
moon. Maraa l. April 4, May . MpaclaJ
mMlloia upon can. (onarany aaiuraay avca
I ma. Vlililiif bralb ran waleoma. B. K
WoudoiKk. W. M. i. Cbaa Hmllb. Bao'r
OkUKKK OP HONOK-LAKKHHOKB U
. No. 77. I. ol H., A. O. tJ. W., Maata It al
third Tburadaraol aacb month -
Hall: loulaa Hrennan. I., ol II ; X. Bella
Arinar, C ol 0.; Ullla llarrla, llworder.
I. O. O. P.-LAKBV1KW KM.'AMPMICNI NO. I
1. O. O. T., mania Ilia Brat and third Thuri
Jay avenlnira ol aanb month In Odd Kallowt
Hall, Lakavlaw. li. II. B.'iuti. CP., B. P.
A O. U. U.-I.AKKV1KW IXJIXiK HO. Ill
Maata arnry aeonnd and lourth rhuraday oi
aacb moutb. In Maannlc Hall, Lakrrlaw
K. H, Vanxavon, M.W.: Oau Hrennan, R.
A.O. H.-DJ VIHiON 1. LAKb,(')I'N I V, MIKIH
avary cond and fourth Monday ol rach
aaonin, in i. . u. r. nan, i.atviw. r.
Hulllvan, County Prea.; li. a. o'lknnr, Prea
Dan Breunan, Uicy.
A. O. P. COUBT PINKWOO0 No. NoSO, MKETH
awry Brat and third Monday ol aacb nonth
In Maaoulr Hall. K.P.Chan y.C.K.; 0. Brean,
b. c. K. w. Armor, r.o.; h. niripuu, k. b.
I. O. O. LAKKV1KW LOIHIB, No. M, I
O. P., maala avary Halurda) vvaalua
falloara Mall, at 7:au o'clock, Irom Oetntorl
lo April l.aud nl ( olrloek Irom April 1 c
naptamDorau. w. r. varnon, n. u.; b.
BBBBKAH LOOGB LAKKV1KW LODOE, NO
tl, I. O. O. P.," maeU tha aeoond aud lourth
Prldavanl each moulhaln Odd Pal Iowa Hal
Mia. II. Bailey, N.U.iV.D. Moaa,aaap.
Land and Law Ofilca
Abstractor of TUlea
Batabllabad ium Laaaviaa. ur
L F. IOIID
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
Kand Matter Hpectalt
OPP10B Paly Bnliaina,
W, LAIR THOMl'BON
Attorney at Law
Office on 3rd Floor Hereford Bldg.
T? A. SHERMAN
ATT0IINEY AT LAW
State and U. B. Court Practice
USice ALTURAH, CALIFORNIA
IK. J. IKVINO HU8SELL
Phyalolan and Boraaoa ;,'
Snyder & lteyuolua Drug 8 tor
PUONKl Office Main B
" Uaaldanoa T7t
T. L. LYON
No. 843 Ueryford Bldg., Lakevlew, Ore.
W. HAY DEN ' FISK
I Want Ad In Tho Lakn Cucty Examnor
Repeated ft few times, il iiccasnry, will tind u customer
for, that property of t;ui-h. They are scanned closely
ly iijtendinir liy'tfl, and the cost is nominal 5 cents
the JInc tor cuch insertion. Special long-time rates.
FOR LKA8U Oil SALIO Several 40
acre tract, eaut of Warner Lake,
T. 86. K. 26. Lake Countr, Ore-
on. . Write W. M. Orer, Wan
neta, Chaae Co., Nebr. liox 196
, F 28-tlo
niB Iakeylew AlmtrantA Title Co
In niaking pclal prlnee on Atwtracta
to O. V. L. Co.'s Tract aa Town
TO KXC1UNQK 80 acre axrlcul
. tural land KV4 of RK Bociioa 13
Tp. 38, it. 23 12. W. M. Alno Lot
0, Dlk. 828, Lakevlew Addition for
property In Richmond or cltle or
towns around Sax Francisco Hay.
Addreea, Chan. E. Wllaon, Tal
maice, California. Feb. 26-15
1.11(1 una AHIitlhAka.
1.11 CUTLER WH1HKV AT THE
Motet Lnkevtew bar. 1'hn iMMt and
pnrvat wtilaky inad. U
LWOKATTHK NOTICK FOR RK
ward la tied by the Tvlephone
)oiupany for deatroyliiK Ita proj).
A REWARD of tlfty doliara la here
by offered for Information that will
lead to tbe aires' ant conviction of
any peiaon wb baa stolen wires or
other property from our Cociany ;
and the same reward Is hereby offered
for Informal i'. u that will lead to thai
arrest and riovlotlon of aoyoue dee
troylog tfio property of the Company,
HeoreUiy Lake Co. TeL h Tel. Co,
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
N otlce la hereby riven that the
uudersiirnfd, AdliiloiMtrnlorH of the
I'nrtnerMhlp EHtateof 8. F AhlHtrom.
drcratmd, and Wm. (ianther, did on
the 2nd dny of February, 11114, hie
tllMlr I'tnftl Aiviinnt ua aiich Ailtninlit.
tratora In the County Court of the
Mate ol Oregon, lor the County of
Lake, aod the Honorable B. Daly,
judre oi said uourt, on said date,
did ti Ka tn relay the 7th day of March.
IUM, at the hour of tun o'clock in the
loreuoon thereof, a the time, and
the County Court room In the County
Oourt houee in Lrftkeview, Lake Cun
ty, Orviroo, aa the place for the henr
lug ol eaid Kloal Account, and any
aod all objections thereto, and for
eelt lenient thereof.
Now, all peraona interested therein.
and having objection to aatd Final
Account are hereby rvqtnred to prKnt
the same according to law on or be
fore the-abnve date nnd hour at t fort b
an the tune for heariuK of anid objurat
ion) to hhIiI Final Account, and the
eeUleoif nt thereof.
Daled thla 'Jnd day of February.
F. M. MII.I.KR. and
AdniiniofiatorH of I he Eaitate of K.
P. AhlMrom, ileceHM-d. aud Wm.
Uuuiher. f5 6t
; NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the' State
of Oregon, for the County of Lake.
In the matter of the Estate of
Thomaa C. Flynn, Deceased.
To all whom it may concern: No
tice is hereby given, that the under
signed has been duly appointed Ad
ministrator of the etttate of Thomas
C. Flynn, deceased, by order of Hon
orable B. Daly, Judge of the County
Court of the State of Oregon, for
the county of Lake, duly made and
entered In said court In the above
entitled matter on February 10th,
All persons having claims against
said deceased or said estate, are here
by required to present the same ac
companied by the proper vouchers,
as required by law, within six
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice, to said Ad
ministrator at the Law office of L.
F. Conn, in the town of Lakevlew,
Lake County, Oregon.
Dated and first published Feb
ruary 12th, 1914.
JOHN C. FLYNN.
Administrator of the Estate of
Thomas C. Flynn, deceased.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREQON FOR
In the matter of the estate of Morris
In the name of the State of Ore
gon-, To Nadle Wingfleld, Ruth
Wingfleld and Naomi Wingfleld,
heirs at law of Morris Wingfleld, de
ceased, and to all known heirs of
said Morris Wingfleld, deceased.
By an order of the above entitled
Court duly made and entered on the
4th day of February, 1914, you and
each of you are hereby cited to ap
pear In the above entitled Court at
the County Court room in the
County Court house In the Town of
Lakevlew, Lake County, Oregon, on
the 14th day of March, 1914, Bt tha
hour of ten o'clock A. M., of said
day, and then and there show cause,
if any there be, why an order of this
Court should not be made author
izing and directing Nadie Wingfleld
aa administratrix of the estate of
Morris Wingfleld, deceased, to sell
at private sale in the manner piw
vlded by law the following described
real property , belonging to said es
tate, to-wit: NV. of NEVi. Section
6; W of 8Ktt, SWU of NE,
and Lot one, Socllon J 9; NB4 of
NWH -ectlon 16, all lu Township
39 South, Range 24 Eaat, W. M.
It li furthor ordered that thla ci
tation be aerved upon the non-re-aldont
and unknown holra and de
vlaeea by publication in the Lake
County Kxamlnor, a newipaper of
tceneral circulation printed and pub
lished In Lake County, Oregon, for
four aucceanlve weeka prior to the
14th day of March, 1914.
Wltneaa the Hon. li. Daly, Judge
of the County Court for Lake
County, State of Oregon, with the
aeal of aald Court adlxed thla 4th
day of February, 1914.
Alteat: F. W. PAYNE,
IN THK L'NITKD 8TATKS DIS
TRICT COURT FOR DISTRICT
In Re Nathlnel A. McCurdy,
To the Creditors of Nathlnel A.
You are hereby notified that on
the 6th day of February 1914, Na
thlnel A. McCurdy was duly adjudg
ed a bankrupt, and that the first
meeting of creditors will be held at
the office of the undersigned, referee
of the above court In Bankruptcy, at
Klamath Fall. Klamath County,
Oregon in the district aforesaid, at 3
o'clock in the afternoon of March
10th, 1914, at which time creditors
may attend, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bank
rupt, and transact such other busl
nens as may properly come before
, the meeting.
J. C. RUTENIC.
Referee of the United States
District Court for the Dis
trict of Oregon for Klam
ath and Lake County.
A MODERN BREWERY
KKNO COMIUNV HAS MODKItN
" Kmploys Large Force and Iro-
ducta Are Distributed Over
In giving a description of Reno
Brewing Company's plant, the Gaz
ette says In part:
One of the most modern, complete
and sanitary manufacturing plants
on the entire coast is to be seen on
East Fourth Street, In Reno. It is
the plant of the Reno Brewing Com
pany, and it is going a long ways to
ward keeping at home the mone
which is spent in Nevada for the na
tional drink of Germany.
In making beer at Its East Fourth
street plant, the Reno Brewing Com
pany uses the gravity process, the
malted barley starting at the fifth
story and working downward, stage
by stage, until the unlshed product
is stored ready for being packed in
kegs and bottles. The thorough and
modern equipment of the plant is
such as to excite the admiration of
the visitor. It Is operated under the
direction of Jacob Hook, secretary
and manager of the company, who
has the assistance of his two sons
as foremen. Both of them have had
a thorough education and technical
training and understand the theory
and chemistry as well as the practice
of the business.
For the exclusive use of the re
frigerating department of the plant,
two 3 5, ton ice machines are used,
driven by electric motors. Two 80
horsepower 'oil-burning boilers are
used for furnishing hot water and
In addition to bottling beer manu
factured by the company the bottling
department makes and bottles soda
waters and selzer waters. One of
its recent developments is a soda
water called "Graplne," which is be
ginning to attract attention, al
though out only a short time.
The Reno Brewing Company, In its
various departments, keeps about 20
employees busy, besides supplying
several agencies. It reaches north
to Lakevlew, west to Truckee, east
to Lovelock and south to Goldfleld
and its brands, "Sierra," "Royal",
and "Malt Robo," are known where
ever good beer is appreciated within
The officers and directors are Geo
W. Mapes, president; Peter Dohr,
vice president; Jacob Hook secre
tary and manager; James T. Boyd
and Henry Riter.
For the Stomach and Liver
I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y..
writes: "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver off and on for the past five
years, and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be
just as represented. They are mild
tn their action and the resulta, have
been satisfactory. I value them high
ly." For sale by all dealers.
(From The Irlwli News)
A meeting of the Lake County
Woolgrowers Association will be
hold In this city on Wednesday, April
1. Officers will be elected and other
Important (bunlncss matters attended
to. It is expected that all members
will be on hand for the meeting.
The favorable winter we have had
throughout Lake County means that
this year's wool crop will be extra
good. From local and outside sour
ces we have been informed that
there is at present a shortage of wool
produced in this section, and that it
will be much in demand. We would
advise all sheep owners not to be too
hasty about contracting to sell the
1914 clip, for reasons abovo mention
ed. It Is our belief that the prices
to be secured should average from
14 to 16 cents per pound.
A great many sheepmen seem to
labor under the Impression that now
that wool is on the free list there
will be little fluctuation in its price,
most of them having blamed the tar
Iff for the frequent change in tbe val
ue of wool during the last ten years.
That such has not been the cause Is
clearly evident by an examination of
wool values in London where there
has been no tariff on wool'' since
One of the most typical Engl.'i
wools is yearling Shropshire, corres
ponding with three-eights blood
mis wool like all others shows a
very pronounced fluctuation in price
from year to year. The following are
the prices on December first In tbe
London uarket for washed Shrop
shire yearling wool. December,
1899 24 cents; 1900 18cents;
1901 15 H cents; 1902 17 cents;
190319 cents; 190426 cents;
1905 27 cents; 1906 30 cents;
190726 cents; 1908 24 cents;
1911 25 cents; 1912 29 cents. At
the present moment this particular
wool is 'quoted at 31 cents in the
London market. These prices will
seem high to our sheepmen, but
they should remember that they are
tor wool washed on the sheep's back
and which shrinks only from 18 to
25 per cent when scoured. However
these figures well Illustrate tbe
wide fluctuation in prices that has
taken place in . the London market
for many years, and as there is no
wool tariff there, it seems that under
free wool we have no reason to ex
pect a fixed price for wool in this
country. We do not mean to say of
course that the tariff was not res
ponsible for a part of the fluctua
tion that has prevailed here some
years. In 1911 the buyer took ad
vantage of the tariff agitation and
bought our wool at about the free
trade levol, but had the grower held
his clip, he could have forced prices
up about five cents per pound. There
has only leen a few years like 1911,
and as a' general rule it may be put
down that the wool tariff has not
been responsible for the wide change
in prices that have occured up to
1913. Of course the reduction in
price in 1913 is absolutely due to
the removal of the tariff, but now
that it Is gone, prices may be no
more sUule than heretofore. The
only difference vlll be that the buyer
will have to And a new excuse for
Daniel O' Leary, the veteran walk
er now In his seventy-first year and
who defeated Weston in 1877 In
London for the championship of the
world, is at present in San Diego
Cal., giving exhibitions. He has is
sued a challange to walk anyone lu
the world for 1,000 miles, Weston
preferred. In a letter to The Irish
World, he expresses the deepest re
gret for the death of Patrick Ford,
whose death, he Bays, "caused mil
lions of Americans and Irishmen to
weep." Mr. O'Leary, whenever he
visited this city, spent many pleasant
moments with the late Mr. Ford.
New Homestead Art
Congressman 6lnnott has intro
duced a bill amending the enlarged
homestead act to permit settlers to
take additional homesteads on desig
nated lands within five miles from
the former entry.
Bandit Kills raaaengera
When three passengers on a Great
Northern train undertook to resist
one of the trio of holdupB who en
tered a day coach near Belllngham,
Wash, last Friday the robber pulled
an automatic revolver and killed
all three of the men.
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THE EXAMINER FOR JOB WORK
POUI.1RV POSTMORTEMS IMPOR
TANT. A i.'fMimnrteiii la iftn n key that
aolveft n (nu'tr.r dl-e!ie puzzle.
The knife im-ii i fn I like n tionk,
and "lie nniy rend lt eoiiteiit.
,7?ut thin miiinc uf knowledge l sh
horrvnt to aoine nnd neglected by
oifl n (miiltry miner, and Hum a
plHgue oft MM a flock, a hereditary
dlHenae 1m trnintiiiltted down the ilne
and dlieawd fowl may be aold and
Some dlaeanen xhow few externnl
syniptoiim. Internal tnniont. for In
stance, aelrlom ahow nn outride Indi
cation and may affect a wfHUe flock
If early vk-tlms are not opened
Turkey ralaers especially aeldoni
We have known whole flocks to be
Jestroyed when opening tbe flnrt car-
. ; -
Photo by C M. Baroita
TTJBE BEADY FOB PO8TM0BTXM.
cass would bare given the clew and
showed that a aim pie change of feed,
quarantine or keeping; the big birds
from the grain fields would have sav
ed the majority.
Turkey a bare few troubles, chief be
ing indigestion, blackhead and tape
worm. With tbe exception of acute
indigestion, whose cause may be gen
erally found in contents of crop or
digestive tract, ordinary Indigestion
and blackhead show about same ex
ternal symptoms losa of appetite,
aleepineas, dragging feet, diarrhea and
Internally, Indigestion generally
shows sour crop and mushy, oversiz
ed, light colored liver.
In deadly contagious blackhead, liv
er Is invariably soft and covered with
bright yellow ulcers that perforate It
and are full of pus and microbes. And
tbe caeca, the forked branch at Junc
tion of large and small intestines. Is
swollen and full of yellow, cheesy de
posit and microbes. Tapeworm is of
ten diagnosed as something else until
opening tbe intestine ' under water
shows the banging parasites To real
ly know poultry disease postmortems
must be performed, and they are cer
tainly easy. First keep tab of exter
nal symptoms and make this complete
by adding the internal
Nail fowl to board, pluck breast, cut
through to bones at Junction of neck
nd breast, break these bones, cut
down along sides, but not too deep,
draw down breastbone so that upper
organs are exposed, having care not to
tear peritoneum or lining of abdomen.
until you have observed name. A post
mortem should be made as soon as
dead fowl Is stiff and a sprinkle of
carbolic solution will kill all odor and
germs that might cause blood poison.
FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS.
California la called "the pigeon fan
cier's paradise." Tbe breeding season
begina In January and la longer than
in the east, while the lofts are Inex
pensive and are open except where tbe
location la exposed to drafts. .
When a newly batched chick gets a
chill It's at once a case of acute Indi
gestion, for the absorbed yolk at once
becomes an Indivisible and kills. Onr
hlghbrowH cull thla white diarrhea
and devlure Mother Hen deposits the
microbe In tbe ?kk or on the shell
Such hot air theories afford amuse
ment to the practical pniiltryuian and
help cu8biui pretising experts to kill
time between pay days.
The last census gives 81) per cent
of American farms credit for produc
ing 1.51)1.811.371 doteim of eggs. Eggs
hidden in haymows and tinder hogpens
are not Included In the report and will
later report for themselves.
A postmortem on a White Leghorn
revealed an immense egg, within this
a layer of albumen and next an ordi
nary egg of perfect structure. The
latter was Bet and batrhed a normal
Mixing grit with mash and compel
ling .hungry bens to eat It Is apt to
gorge the gizzard with an overdose
and be detrimental. Follow nature's
way. and keep it before them every
Tbe most popular and tbe heaviest
egga In Europe are produced In Den
mark. They average thirty ouncea per
dozen and sell at a premium every
where. As large and small eggs sell
by the dozen in this country there
Isn't much Inducement for egg farmers
to produce large eggs. Eggs should
bo sold by weight, aud this method
only glvea buyer nnd seller a square
Wbeu cold, f runty mornings come
fowls that are crowded soon show the
bad effects of such management They
go from their sweatbox Into the chill
air. It cuts them to the marrow, and
of eovtre cold, catarrh, roup, result
Those few weeks of warm, foggy
weather in the fall gave a good many
householders tbe satisfaction of put
ting one over ou both the Iceman and
tbe coal dealer.
GLE WINQ FAUN - MQR.
Meal 5 Served at AH
Hours with every
$6 Meal Tickets
given to Family Din
ners and Ball Suppers
IF I FAIL TO CUKE any C JUICES' or TUMOR
POOR CURED AT HALF PRICE OR FREE
KO KXITE, OR PAIN
KO PAT UNTIL CUBES
by BUARANTEE. No X
Bar or Mber awtndla
3-day painleaa plaatar
ANV TUMOR, LUMf
or SORE oa tha UP, fCE
or body loot CANCER.
It Ram Mas Until last
Stags. 120-r-AGE BOOK
aaat frrr: taMinmotala
of THOUSANDS CURED
Any Lump Woman's Breast
I BfUEVE IS ALWAYS CANCER, ana AlWATS patsse!
assf flaoaa la tha armart and KILLS QUICKLY
I tartar as atva CURED 1O.O0O. Ss ass taais
t OldDr.lllis. CKAMLEY
"most sieeusrei Mien skoaiists imae"
A B 436 Valencia St, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
KINDLY MAIL this to sameora with CANCER
a ya DracrM for CHI-CHES-THM A
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