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LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER
APRIL 30, 1914
Lake view Saddlery.
A compli-te line of
wagon and butJRy
robes, bits, riute,
Everything In the
line of carriage
and horse furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Inc.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
THE PALACE BAR
O'CONNOR & DUGGAN - - PROPRIETORS
A Gentlemen's Popular
CHOICE BRAND WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
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
JUST A TASTE
and your appetite will he tick If J.
The very odor of our Jleer Is
tempting enough to compel a long
trialdra light of the delicious hrew
This Is the n-al
uermax la gei: deer
that you hcjirso much ahout hut
so very selihim get nowadays. It
is made ofthehest Imported Hops
and selected Mult, with the purest
spring water obtainable A great
drink for the convalescent.
POST d KING, Proprietors
WITH A COMPLETE GARDENING OUTFIT
your wile can potter around among her plants and
enjoy the exercise. Come here and we'll make up a
list that will save her a lot of the hard work, and
give her better results at the same time. Before you
come think" up what you will need in hardware.
That will save you lots of time in selecting from
our tremendous assortment.
T. E. BERNARD
"EVERYTHIXG IX HARDWARE AXDFARM IMI'l.EMEXTS"
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 9:3-5 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:30 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
Pullman & liuffett Service Between Lakeview and Keno
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
I PAVED WITH GOLD.
Thors'e Money In th Street Swr.iWi-j-
of an Afrioae Town. ,
Travelers declare. . llarer's
Weekly, that at Axlm. on (be UoKI
Coast of Africa. gold may iiciua ly he
picked up lu the streets. When one
visitor, an Englishman. tU the suite
nieut a mere figure of speech his
host Immediately bade h :nnii serv
ant go out Into the inn in sticct, gather
a bucketful of road scraping nnd
work It for gold dust
In ten minutes the servant returned
with two pilvtiulxcd Inn burkes, one
filled with roiid scrapings mid the oth
er with water. She nlo brought three
or four wooden philter. varying In
size from a largo plate to saucer.
Removing several handful of Hie
rend scrapings mid placing t lii-iii In the
large philter, the woman pirked om
and threw aside the large s'.on.s. peb
bles 11 lid bit of Mli k mid then in.il .
tencd the remainder with wnt-r -from
the other bucket. This enabled her to
remove smaller refuse.
The residuum she put Into the next
smaller platter, and she repented tliei
process until there was u ii:inllty of
1x1 ml and gravel ready for treatment
This she sprinkled freely with water
and by a deft circular movement of
the phttter brought the hiiihII gravel to
the outside, where It could be thrust
over the edge. When she had repeated
Uils operation threw or four times she
treated the material, which now looked
more like mud than anything else, lu
a Btill smaller platter.
At last, lu the smallest platter of all.
abe had the bucketful of sweepings re
duced to a handful or two of black
Bund. This she carefully washed and
sifted. At last with a dexterous twist
she brought the sand Into a crescent,
the outer edge of which showed a thin
rim of yellow. It was unmistakably
gold dust The whole operation had
taken half an hour, and it had pro
duced about a shilling's worth of gold.
154 WATER PEHMITSIPRIMARYPAMPIILETS
STATIC ENGINEER 4. II. LEWIS DOOKH
MAKES yPARTERLY HEIHIHT !
WILL MOON UK
I Oil ELECTORS
tppropriations of Water Include
Eight lYrnilts for Construction
PIGS AND FIGURES.
Porktra From the Standpoint of All
! Around Mathematics.
The educated pig of the old time
j sideshow, which gravely read figures
, on a blackboard, was only a type of a
; class. Ills modern prototype is quite
I bis equal In devotion to the exact scl-
' ence. Uy both Instinct and fate be Is
! a mathematical animal. Subjectively
I and objectively be U great on figures
Tuey are dealt out to him. and be
I deals In them himself. He desires his
i square weals to be regulated daily by
! the rule of three. In addition, he deals
I with bis owner's Indebtedness, lie is
! able to reduce a mortgage to fractions
! with amazing rapidity. In measuring
the available contents of a pall of slop
he Is a lightning calculator.
As a multiplier the pig has no equal,
conn ing on six to the litter and two
Utters In the year. At this rate, bar
ring accidents, the sow's progeny will
amount to more than ,1.000 In four
j years. A week old pig Is up In geom-
etry. finding the way home along the
bypoteuuse short cut. An old sow's
j quickuess in boxing the compass In a
I potato patch Is amazing. And when
( it comes to a troughful of skimmitk
! she is the least common divisor; she
wants It all herself,
j Objectively the porker finds himself
stacked about with a bewildering ar-
ray of tlgures his galas every day on
I pasture, his gains every day on grain.
; his gains to the pound of grain, his
i gains on pasture plus a dally ration,
j his gains on vegetables and roots
s these and a hundred other tabulations
surround blm. I'roflt or loss, so far as
I tbe pig is concerned. Is almost purely
! a matter of feeds and feeding, and
these are In their turn matters of al
; most pure mathematical measure
ments; hence have resulted tbe long
j listed calculations available to the
i farmer. W. J. Harsha In Breeder's
Boiling the Kettle.
Campbell hud engaged a new
! maid. "Martha," said tbe mistress on
tbe first morning, "be careful always
' to boll the teakettle before making the
; Martha signified ber willinguess
1 and. after an absence in the kitchen.
returned to her mistress and said:
"Please, mum. there's nothln' big
enough to boll the taykettle In, Mess
I 'tis the wash boiler, sure." National
I War In the Air.
During tbe hottest fighting at tbe
j battle of Cbickamauga an owl, alarm
1 ed by tbe unusual sounds, was frlgbt
1 ened from Its usual buunts. Two or
I tlmiu. rmn a anlaH him nnri nifiriu rmr.
suit, and a fight In tbe air followed.
Tbe contest was observed by a soldier.
He dropped bis gun to tbe ground and
"Whew! Even the very birds In tbe
air are fighting!"
"That man says he doesn't know
whether be la married or unmarried,
sane or Insane."
"Yes. He has bad a great deal of
trouble with court complication. Those
things all depend on what state be
happens to be in." Washington Star.
No man In the world ever attempted
to wrong another without being Injur
ed in return some way, somehow,
some time. Tbe only weapon of of
fense that nature seems to recognize Is
Where Ho Gets Off.
Bacon-He's living on Easy street
now. Isn't be? Egbert No; he's living
on Get Up In tbe Morning and light
tbe Fire street Yonkers Statesman.
During the quarter ending March
31st. 1!H4, State Kuglneor, John 11.
I jew is, issued 1M permits for the
appropriation of water, Inculdlng 8
penults for tho construction of res
ervoirs. Under the.so penults It Is
proposed to irrigate 28.094 acors
et land, develop 21.968 horsepower
nt nti estimated rest of $2,500,000.
The following permits have bcon
Issued In ljko County during the
!.'. M. Thayer and A. Devaul of
Paisley, for the development of 213
theoretical horsepower, diverting wa
ter from the Cliewnm-nu Uivor In
Sec. 2. Tp 33, 18 K. Win. llotch-
Vlss of Valley Falls, for the Irriga
tion of 100 acres diverting wnter
from the tMiewattrnn Hlver in See.
21. Tp. 35. 3. It. 21 K. A. l, P. W.
W. II. Ilotcbklss of Valley Fulls, for
the Irrigation of IL'0 ucres, diverting
water from Crooks Creek In Tp. 36.
S. It. 21 K. J. S. Jacks of Bend,
has a permit to store 400 acre foet
of the waters of Lost Creek in Sec. 9,
Tp. 25, S. It. 23 K. and also one per
mit to apply the stored water to the
Irrigation of 04 acres. L. L. Par
ker, of Adel. for the Irrigation of
320 acres, diverting water from Cot
tonwood Creek In Sec. 20, Tp. 41, S.
K. 25 K. C. L. Withers, of Paisley,
for the development of 216 theoreti
cal horsepower, diverting the .water
from the Chewaucan River In Sec.
34. Tp. 33. S. U. 18 K. Chas. Bullta
of Lakeview, for the Irrigation of
54 acres. Including domestic supply,
diverting water from Stevenson
Creek In See. 30. Tp. 38. S. II. 17 K.
1C. D. Lutz and F. P. Puncan of Sil
ver Lake, secured a permit to store
285 acre feet of water from Puncan
Creek in Sec. 9. Tp. 29. S. It. 15 E.
Candidates for County Ofllres
Following Is a complete list of the
cundidntes for county offices whose
petitions have been filed with
County Clerk Payne:
County Judge E. H. Smith, of
Clerk- E. C. Ahlstrom, of Lake
view, republican; F. W. Payne, of
Lake vie wT democrat.
Commissioner Elmer D. Lutz, of
Silver Lake, republ'can; II. F. Swin
gle, of Fleetwood, republican.
Sheriff W. B. Snider, of Lake
view, republican; F. M. Duke, of
Lakeview, democrat; O. W. Duncan,
of Lakeview, democrat.
Treasurer H. A. Hawkins, of
Surveyor S. A. Mushen. of Lake
Coroner Wm. Wallace, of Lake
Justice of the Peace Ft. Itock
precinct, J. D. C. Thomas, republi
can; South Lakeview precinct, J.
Chas. Smith, republican; H. II. Al
ger, democrat; North Lakeview pre
cinct, E. E. Woodcock, democrat.
Constable Ft. Rock precinct, J.
Wm. A. itusch, democrat.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved
Why Buffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes.
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me tmme-
Hlatclv nnrl T tn!A nlanaiirA In Ton.
nmandlntr It tt fithnra " unit t(i I
cent bottles. For sale by all dealers
District and legislative Office Re
quire Division of Pniil.let
Into Different CIks-m
BETTER FOR LAMBS
1UO RUNCLTH ARK OBTAINED IIY
KMriincnt Tried In Different Ni
tlonal Forests -Bands Have No
Itegutar Bedding (Jround
Fourteen different pamphlets will
be necessary for tho republican par
ty for tho coming primary election,
and three will 1 necessary for tho
democratic party. All pamphlets Is
sued for the progressive party will
be tho same. I
This division of the pamphlet Into
illllerent classes Is made necessary
by the district nnd legislative olllces. I
All tho pamphlets will have the state
otlleors upon which the people ,vill ;
ote nt large. Multnomah will nav.i
the lurgi'Kt pamphlet, eatliiiiilml i.t '
llfty pages. Approximately $4u)o
has been paid Into the oltlce of tho !
secretary of state by tho candidates !
for articles In tho pamphlet. Tho '
prices per page rung from $10 to
Benton, Clatsop, Coos, Curry,
Jackson. JoHophlno, Linn. Tillamook
and Yamhill will receive the name
kind of a pamphlet. Crook Gilliam,
Grant, Harney, Klamath, Lako, Wal
lowa, Malheur, Sherman and Wheel
er will also receive an identical pam
phlet. One pamphlet will serve Uma
tilla and Morrow Counties, and still
another Hood River and Wasco
Multnomah, Marlon, Lane. Doug
las. Washington,, Clackamas, Colum
bia, Union and Baker will each re
ceive separate pamphlets.
Recall IjMW Unfavorable
The recall law is generally meet
ing with the stamp of disapproval
wherever pld. The election In the
1st District of Modoc County last
week to recall Supervisor John Wall,
resulted In a complete vindication of
that officer by an almost unanimous
vote. The recall law Is a valuable
law for the people to hold over their
officials but should never be evoked
without a good and sufficient reason,
Plans for corn shows to be held
next Fall and Winter are now being
made by officials of the O. W. R. &
N. Ry. at the same time the need
Kxpc rltiiontn In handling sheep
under tho "open" or "blanket" sys
tem of herding made In eight Nation
al Forests during the season of 1913
show that the banket system
produces lumlis approximately five
pounds heavier and Increases the
carrying capacity of tho rnnges 10
to 25 per rent. It was found also
that loss of sheep on heavily timber
ed runges was less than tho loss un
der tho old system of clof.e herding
where they were driven back to tho
nni'io bedding ground lor several
nlvihts Ir. siicci'iinlon.
Sheepmen formerly believed that
the rloso herding system was neces
sury to prevent sheep from straying
but the Forest Service experiments
show. that this Is not tho case. One
band now In tho Puyetto Forest In
! Idaho, which was never camped In
tho same placo two nights and was
herded In timber and brush, practi
cally tho entire summer, lost only
four head, nnd In tho majority of
rases the loss undr tho new system
was legs than the loss under tho
system of close herding.
MRS. BUNIWAY' VIEW
ORKGON'H PIONEER WOMAN UN
ABLE TO CONDUCT CAM PA ION
Nays Prohibition Him Not Prohibit
ApiealN to Women to Follow
Oct. '.'4. 1913
corn is being distributed among the
farmers of the state. Cash p tes
from $5 to $26 will be offered, the
entries to vary from the best single
ear of corn to the product of the
best acre, with boy growers being
given special inducements to com
pete. It Is stated by those In charge
of the project that this year's acre
age will be ten times that of last
Must Turn Over Securities
Governor West and Secretary
State Olcott, as members of the State
Land Hoard, have won In the Marion conservative
Peter Kuelillng, Esq.,
Manager Hotel Dalles,
The Dalles, Oregon.
Sir: lu answer to yours of the
16th Inst., I will say that I have
reached the age of 79 years and am
practically a rheumatic cripple,
otherwise I would be pleased to per
sonally start a moral reform based
upon human nature, human needs,
human justice, human freedom and
common sense, but not under the
prohibition movement as at present
agitated, which proposes to confis
cate property and destroy personal
I had the honor to counsel the
Equal SuffraglHts of San Francisco
and Los Angeles to avoid extremes ol
every sort; and, by their votes they
have proved worthy of tho trust be
stowed upon them.
Let the women of Oregon rlso to
the occasion as the women voters of
California did, and the fume of their
action will prove that
Y 1 1 K EXAMINER FOR JOP. WHKK
County Circuit Court a suit Institut
ed against State Treasurer Kay, the
third member, to put common school
fund securities valued at $6,000,
000 In the custody of G. G. Brown,
clerk of the board. Heretofore tho
State Treasurer has always been cus
todian of these notes, and It is said
the case will bo appealed t the Su
preme Court. The Attorney-General
had previously offered an opinion
granting the Treasurer custody of
the securities, and it was upon
this that he refused to comply with
the resolution of a majority mem
bers of the State Land Board In ask
ing him to turn thein over to the
clerk of the board.
THE EXAMINER FOR JQJ1 V.'ORK , Tl IF. EXAMINER FOR JOB WORK
they, too, possess broad Ideas. Pro
hibition never did prohibit, but does
engender law-breaking and decep
tion, which It Is our duty to avoid.
Ablgll Scott Dunawuy.
Stomach Trouble Cured
Mrs. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, "For some time 1 suffered
from stomach trouble. I would have
sour stomach and would feel bloated
after eating. Nothing benefitted me
until I got Chamberlain's Tablets.
After taking two bottles of them, I
was cured." For sale by all dealers.
THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
(THE EXPOSITION LINE)
WilT'scll special occasion round trip rates to tho East
from Lakeview, Oregon, as follows
Denver, Colo $7:$ 80
Omaha, Neb 78 HO
riiicn'jo, III 1 30
Kansas City, Mo $7H 80
St. Ijouis, Mo HN HO
New York, N. Y 127 0
AND OTHER PRINCIPAL POINTS
May 12, 14, 1.1, 10, 10, 20, 21, 23, 2(1, 1 1011.
June 1, 2, 8, ft, ), 8, O, 10, II, 13, 10, 17, 18, 10, 20, 22, 2.!, 2(1, 20, ill).
July 2, 3, 7, 8, 0, 10, II, 14, 13, 10, 17, 20, 21, 23. 27, 28, 20, .'10, ill.
August, 3, 4, 11, 12, 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 20, 27, 28, 20, 1011.
September 4, 5, 0, 10, 11, 1011.
Going limit fifteen days from date of sale and Journey must com
mence on date of sale. Final return limit In all rases three months
from dates but not later than October 3 Dt, 1014.
Stopovers will be allowed at and west of Chicago, St. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans on going transit limit and on return trip within
final limits, except that no stopovers will be allowed) In California, on
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO AGENTS, OR
J. M. FULTON, Asst. Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agent, RENO, NEVADA