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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1914)
A complete lino of
robes, bits, riates,
ft vcrj thing In the
line of rarrUitc
uml liorse furnish
by co in i e tent
THE flESr VX0a?O SADDLE
. 0V T7VE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Inc.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. I Arrives Lakeview at 9:3s P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:30 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
Pullman & HuffettService Between lakeview anl Keno
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
THE PALACE BAR'
O'CONNOR & DUGGAN - - PROPRIETORS
A Gentlemen's Popular
:: Resort ::
CHOICE BRAND WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We give efficient service and do ood work.
Send your washing and give us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
mAt- 11 1 ftiniiirni if sj liirL iii tiii iti HiiiiiJ
HETWEES GOOD FRIES US
there Is nothtug so appeals to the
constitution :is a draught of good,
pure, wholesome, refreshing ISeer.
Hut it must have the elements of
iuallty to make it popular. It
must he brewed from the purest
water ami cifutaln the choicest
malt and hops. Care In the brew
ing awl cooling ensures success to
lleers like ours, which is the favor
ite of all good Judges of excellent
POST A KING, Proprietor
FIX UP THE FENCES
before YOuY stock jcts out or somebody's else gets
in. We have all the materials and tools right here.
Barbed, twisted and plain wire, staples, stretchers,
hammers, post hole diggers. All of a standard
make and the best in their line. Just like all our
T. E. BERNARD
"EVEItYTlllSO IS HARDWARE ASD FARM IMI'LEUESTS"
Supervising the Children's Heading.
I'smtUy the reason s iiy children rend
trashy books Is because no older per
1.011 Is titklm; 1111 Interest til poliillnw
tin vity to i;cd book, tu order thai
tho little folk way acquire the habit
ot reading. It Is worth while to arouse
interest In a subject.
It Is not cnour.h licit children look
flt the titles of 1mm. Us Hint nioiiii noth
ing to thctn. It remains for an older
person to Interest them In 11 SlltlJlVt
and perhaps to read aloud until it sut
nVli-nt desire U gained for more.
It Is a mistake to rend down to a
child, may not understand Jill of
H book, but ho will on toll tho tire and
It is surprising how much ohIKIron
will absorb from unit tire book: t lint
are read to thorn. Thoy onjoy that
which Is strong. Their tastes will bo
vitiated by literature that has not In
It the clement to make It alive. t
Too often parents are so busy they
are compelled to lay aside look.
There Is danger then of toy. and girls
coming to the front, while the parents
fall behind the times. It Is very Im
portant for boys and girls to feel that
their parents are In advance of them.
They not only enjoy their Intellectual
comradeship, but are benefited by look
ing to their parents for leadership and
Manners by Mimicry.
That chUdreu early mimic their eld
crs Is well known by nil who are
blessed with little ones. That the
mimicry may be turned to Rood ao
count has been shown by one woman
who. being anxious that her little girl
should learn the polite usages of wool
ety early, started them In the right di
rection by mentis of their paper dolls.
These little girls and their friends
have their dolls atteud teas, make calls,
give week end parties, etc. The chil
dren are very particular now regard
ing their dolls" manners slace this Idea
was Introduced. Troper notes and ac
knowledgments must be written by
the dolls' owners, for if one forgets her
marners a paper doll is the forfeit.
The mother, who sits in the next
room with her sewing. Is often amused
at the conversations, particularly when
they play they are telephoning to one
another. She says It Is almost the rep
etition of her own talk and that she Is
awakening quickly to her responsibili
ties. The Danger Period.
When u child has beeu accidentally
exposed to u contagious disease moth
ers often worry unduly In regard to
the little one contracting the same Ill
ness. Frequently the mother's unx
lety continues long after the danger Is
passed. The following list will show
how soon after exposure to contagion
the diseases are likely to develop.
The list serves a double purpose. In
the first place It indicates Just how
long all ossible precautions should be
taken, aud in the second place it allays
apprehension In due time. The fol
lowing is the list:
Diphtheria, second day.
Scarlet fever, fourth day.
SmalliHJx. twelfth day.
Measles, fourteenth day.
Chlckeupox, fourteenth day.
XI 11 inns, nineteenth daT.
! Typhoid fever, tweuty-flrst day.
Baby's First Tooth.
A child's first tooth appears about
the sixth or seventh month, and by the
twenty-fourth it should have Its full
complement of temporary teeth
These teeth should be carefully
watched and the minutest cavity
promptly utteuded to -by a couicteut
It Is a long cherished fallacy that the
best remedy for a child's aching tooth
Is immediate extraction, particularly
If the tooth be one of the first ones,
for "they don't count"
Hut they do count for far more than
Is generally realized. 1'iion their health
depends the health of the permanent
set and the consequent comfort or suf
fering of the adult.
Extract ion should be a very last re
sort aud permitted only when all hope
of saving a tooth is gone.
Apjirepts the I'niiHiii.i-l'inillo Kx
lii'Mllloii, to bo held In Sun Francis
co in 1!U5. tho following statement
by I'harloH C. Moore, President of
the Kxpositbtn. ntav prove Interest
The proo.ress of the physical side
of the exposition work dtirliiK tho
nasi venr enable nio to repent with
assurance the promise originally
nuide t years ago when I raid that
tho Panama-Pacific International ex
position would bo ready when its
gules opened I'll Feb. "0. t 9 1 5 .
All construction work If, fully tip
to niiedule. and this schcdulo cut :
r.ir tlio completion of tho K.xrlbH
I t. aces by July 1, 1914. One of thm
the t-'.'cat machinery Palace. !s ,TiMcll
cally completed now, several more
will hn finished In April or May and
all will bu ready tor tho Installation
f exhibits by July 1.
Very active work hns begun In tho
Concessions District on the mnny
beautiful and elaborato structures to
be erected by concessions. res to
house their attractions. All these
men are under rigid contract and
bond to have their projects In com
plete working order on that day.
Plans for the numerous State
Ilulldlngs and for tho Pavilions of
foreign nations are now being sub-
J mltted and approved In rapid fre
I quency, and w hile the Exposition lt-
j self has no direct control over the
erectlonof these buildings, every In
fluence that H may exert to expedlo
their completion will be exerted, and
: I apprehend no serious delays In this
part of the site.
More than 600,000 manufacturers
! from all parts of tho world made
application for exhibit space; In fact
I the total space in our Exhibit Pal
; aces has already boon ovvrapplled
J for. The work of selectln of repro
I sentatlve exhibits and tho allotment
I of space will shortly be taken up, and
I the installation of exhibits will begin
: about July 1, thus giving exhibitors
nearly nine months to get ready.
I Extraordinary care has been taken
I to give exhibitors facilities for rapid
i handling of their goods, and there
I is no reason why all the exhibits
' should not be completely arranged
I weeks before the gates are opened.
These exhibits will make a repre
sentation of human achievement In
' the arts, sciences and Industries
1 which, I believe, has never been sur
1 passed, even if equalled.
We have had over 7,000 applica
tions for concessions, and those that
j have been given space are on the
! highest plane as regards novelty.Jn
j terest and attraction. Our amuse
, ment district will be plainly remetn
' bered for years after the exposition
Two hundred and six national and
international congresses have al-
' ready voted to meet In San Francis
co during 1915. and It is probable
; that the number of organized bodies
' which will assemble in San Francisco
: in 1915 will be fully 500.
The plans for a great naval page
ant are progressing well, and from
assurances already received I am
Justified in believing that there will
be few, if any, nations possessing
I navies that will be unrepresented in
i the great fleet which will assemble at
I Hampton Koads, sail through the Pa
nama Canal through tho Oolden Oats
to takn part In tho oponlug exer
cises. Dotitchmcnts from tho armies of
many nations will gather in tho Ex
position grounds during 1916 and
In friendly rivalry will Illustrate
their proficiency In feats of arms.
Tho vast preliminary work of
creating u great llitlvorBal Exposi
tion Is complete, The groat respon
sibility confided by the Government
of tho United Slates to the people ot
California Is being successfully exe
cuted. And ss the Exposition Palaces
arise and tho physical shells for this
grcntott of educative celebrations as
sumes that beauty In which tho gen
ius of master artists and architects
conceived It, the people of America
may rest assured that their prldo and
patriotism will find expression In a
cclcbrntiou that lit Its high educa
tional value. In its ethical Influence
and In Its splendor will worthily ce
lebrate the supremo triumph of man
kind in the Panama Cauttl.
Cther facts of lutorest In connec
tion therewith aro:
Tho Panama Pacific Exposition
will open on Fob. 20, 1915 and will
close Doc. 4, 1915. '
A composite fleet of the warships
of the world's ti a vies, surpassing
every maritime spectacle of His
tory, will assombto In San Francisco
harbor shortly after the formal open
ing of the Exposition.
Tho Exposition grounds lie within
the city limits of Sau Francisco, on
the shores ot San Francisco harbor,
and are Just inside its famous Ool
den Gate entrance to the Pacific
ocean. They are reached from the
center of San Francisco In twenty
The aron of tho grounds Is equal
! to the combined areas of the World's
i Columbian Exposition at Chicago
and the Pan-Amerlcnn Exposition at
Ituffalo. The Exposition palaces are
the loftiest exposition buildings ever
erected, rising 135. 160. 185. 270,
350. and 430 foot.
Thirty-two foreign powers have ac
cepted the invitation ot the United
States to participate in the Exposi
tion. The displays from South Ameilca
will be more elnhorate than any ever
shown outside that continent.
The most notable loan collection
of the paintings of the old masters
ever shown in America will be ex
hibited from European galleries.
Hundreds of great conventions and
congresses whose members live In all
parts of the world will meet in Sau
Francisco next year.
Song festivals, International uili
tary meets, yacht and motor boat
races and international aviation
meets are among the . spectacular
events scheduled. Two hundred a'ld
twenty-five thousand dollar will bo
given in the largest stake.! over of
fe'od In a harness meet; ev i. mere
-.! ', . awarded In II veit.it ;nc
mluniH. The most famous architects in the
United 8tates worked together to
produce the great Exposition City,
and the main .exhibit palaces are
grouped to form a single stupendu
ous design a vast city of palaces
surmounted by huge domea and tow
ers and interspersed with great open
Hundreds of thousands of rare
trees, shrubs and plants are being set
out upon the Exposition grounds.
In the collection are exquisite tree
ferns introduced from Australia.
(From tho Irish News)
Michael M. Harry of Plush, was a
visitor to lakeview during tho past
This spring shoepherdors have
boon In grout demand. There Is hard
ly an Idle mtin In town since lamb
A owe, thn property of Mr. John J.
Kohoo, Magenoy, County Klldare,
has Riven birth to flvo lambs. One
died after birth but tho others are
Edward Noonan has returned front
Ireland, where ho had boon on a visit
since last fall. Immediately upon ar
rival hero ho loft for his brother's
Dennis Dougherty, James McCar
thy nnd Mike Walsh, all of Meolln,
County Cork, Ireland, wore recent
arrivals. They expect to make I.akn
County their future homo.
Nov. Fitthor Murphy, local Catho
lic pastor, expects to leave on Mon
day next for n several days visit at
tl.o U'l.llttm Kepplo Harry lambing
can i . near tho old Davis place.
Those sheepmen whose ewes com
menced lambing In the early part
ot April have had wonderful luck
this year. In some cases an Increase
of 100 per cent has been reported.
Dan Jones, whose sheep have been
wintering in the vicinity of Valley
Falls, was In town several times dur
ing the month of April. His flock
are now ramped In the vicinity of
Drews Valley until lambing Is over
Nicholas narry. a brother to Mich
ael M. nnd Jero Parry, has accepted
a position as clerk In the Mercan
tile Company's store. Mr. Harry Is
an energetic young man, and there
Is no doubt but that ho will bo suc
cessful In his new venture.
Norman C. White, Assistant Han
ger In charge cf the Thomas Creek
district, has been transferred to tho
District Forest Headquarters at
Portlund. Mr. White's departure will
bo regretted by the many stockmen
and other users of the National For
pt to all of whom he was well and
Several bands of sheep have pass
ed through Lake County during the
month enroute to the lambing
ranges. Following is a list 'of the
names of some of tho owners: Jones
& McAullffe, Tady Murphy, 0'L.eary
ft Flynn. Curtln & Falvoy. William
Kepple & Patrick Harry, Lane, Ar
thur & Jones and one band belong
ing to Hen Daly. All are lambing
on the west and north portions of
Douglas Johnson who has nurthan-
led J. H. Fox's store, filed north of
Fremont, Joining Mr Hlont's place.
The sale and locating was made by
Alvln 8. Hawk who also located Mr.
Henry Mlttelholtx south of Fremont
on the Silver Lake road.
The building or the Exposition has
proceeded with prodigious rapidi
ty. This will be the first great Amerl-
can exposition to celebrate a present
day achievement the building of
the Panama Canal. All exhibits en
tered for commercial award will be
of contemporaneous manufacture and
will be shown In action whenever
Visitors in 1915 will view a per
fected spectacle, with the Installation
of every exhibit complete.
Safety Mat For.tha Tub.
A practical mat cnnbe made that
Will enable a mother to leave the small
child alone In a porcelain bathtub and
have no fear that It will fall and le
bruised. Take two thicknesses of
Turkish toweling, place a thick layer
of cotton batting between and quilt
the three layers lightly together. !
This will make a mat that will be
sufficiently heavy to keep Its place and
allow the child n firm footing in the
tub. Alter each bath It can be bung
out on a pvrinauent line that Is near'
to the batbioom so as to tie In readl-1
Hess lit si minute's need. j
Here's an unpleasant but very in
fective cure for a child's toothache:
Take a piece of alum about the size
of a walnut, put it in a saucepan with
hulf a pint of milk and heat till boil
ing. Iet the victim take a mouthful of
this, as hot as he or she can bear It.
and keep It In the month for a few
seconds. Repent until the pain goes.
And it will go very soon.
THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
(TIIK EXPOSITION LINE)
Will sell special occasion round trip rates to the East
from Lakeview, Oregon, as follows
iMinver, Colo $73 HO
Omaha, Neb 78 HO
Chlrn.ro, III 01 30
AND OTIIEIt I'ltlNCII'AI
Kansas City, Mo 7S HO
fit. Louis, Mo HH HO
New York, N. V 127 30
May lZ H, 15, 10, 1, 20, 21, 23, 20, 31 1914.
June 1. 2, 3, ft. 0, 8, 0, 10, 11, IS. !. 17. 18. 10. 20. 23. 23. 80. 20. 30.
July 2. 3. 7, 8. 0, lO, 11, 14, 13, 10. 17. 20. 21, 25, 27, 28. 20, 80, 81.
August. 3. 4, 11, 12, 17, 18, 20, 21, 23. 20, 27, 28, 2. 1914.
September 4, 5, O, 10, 11, 1014.
Going limit fifteen days from date of sale and Journey must com
uience on date of sale. Final return limit In all casea three months
from dates but not later than October 81st, 1014.
Htopover Mill be allowed mt and west of Chicago, BU Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans on going transit limit and on return trip within
dual limits, except that no stopovers will be allowed In California on
KOH KIKTIIEIt INFORMATION A1TLY TO AGENTS, Oil
J.'M. FULTON, Asst. Gen'j Freight and Pass. Agent, RENO, NEVADA