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LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER
A complete lined ntl&";-' SHI Kver't,,l,, l,Uhe
wajron and buggy I lv iM II 1
hrnrM,Hblii, flllv' Ti I ami horse furnlsh-
robes, blta.riaK-, IIJj ,nS' Kem,rlnK
spurs, niillts, rose- ij b competent
ettes, etc., etc. f Njk mn
77E flESr VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Inc.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 9:35 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:30 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
Pullman A Buffett Service Between Lakeview and 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 good work.
Send your washing and give us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
THE FOAMISU STEIX
is a welcome sight to "dry"'
weather, hut the taste in better,
if it contains our
This Is the 'stuff to quench the
thirst and at the same time build
up your system. Doctors recom
mend this Beer as a fine tonic for
the weak and convalescent, ft is
a good nerve soother and will put
the pink color of health in your
POST A KING, Proprietor
A HANDSOME DOOR. KNOB
and lock plate make a handsome vestibule. Then
there is the bronze or brass push button and plate
if you don't use knobs. We have either and all
other building hardware as well. Fancy hinges and
all the rest." See them and you will know why the
swellest houses are fitted with our hardware.
T. E. BERNARD
'EVEKYTIIISG IS HARDWARE AND FARM JMl'LEMEXTS"
BURIED Uf.'DER PAPERS.
Quincty's Hoins Was Lively, I
Do Qulnccy's nrvaiest extravagance !c MP NTOYK KK.NT I HUM , KI
grew viii or 1 no uiorinii vuiue ne not i
upon papers ami their tint being (lis. !
turbed. He was In I lie habit of nccu- 1
mutating those until. In , his own
Words, lit WHS "snowed up." Which
STOVE BY PARCEL' FEEDING SPRING
VIKW TO Til K FAILS
meant tbut when matters rv.-u In d sin h
Inn extremity that there s not ;i
t square Inch of room on the table to
loot a cup upon and uo possibility or
J milking Ills lcd for the weight of p.
pers gathered there; no chair which
could be used for it h-ultiinatc pur-
WoIkIii Within tli Limit Hut
Larger Package Than Kogulit.
Kla ninth Kail North western : l'n-
le Sam ii latest venture In this nnrt
of the country Is transportation of
stoves. Sunday a stove arrived
through the mail addressed to Jark
Klinhall, local representative of the.
Weycrhuuoser Interests In this part
of the country.
Oil the door uhui his paper treasures '''is Is the largest package to ar-
Biid turned elsewhere. At his death , five at the local postotllee. And It
there were nt least a half dozen such came without wrapping of any kind,
places "papered" by hiin and being j having the tag and stamps attached
pose, and the track from the door to
the tlrcplnce. always kept SVon until
j the last, was completely oliliteratetf so
that he had not even place in which
to set his footthen De (Juliuev lock
maintained lit no small expense.
Such a thins had Is-cn experienced
as his actually "papering" his family
I out of bouse, but In later years his
(laughter lenrncu now to guard
against such a contingency
le Quincey usually ntHnt the even
lugs with his family, who looked for
ward to these hours with lunch pleas
ure. Upon the. arrival cf the newspn
per he would render the news In tils
own quaint manner, questioning the
various members of the group about
him nud illuminating the various su In
jects touched, upou with a wealth of
memories, good stories or human ex
periences until the happiest flow of
real conversation sprang from the cir
cumstances of th moment
to the stove. It was a big sheet Iron
a.T.iir built especially for camping
purposes nu.t whllo It weighed the
limit of fifty pounds It broke the
regulations in size. It stretched tho
I'. i reel post rules In other ways. Noth
ing but perlshuhlo goodri Is supposed
to bo shipped by parcel post outside
of a sack but It was not wrapped,
which Is required by such shipments
It cost 4 8 cents to bring the
stove. It is tho samo stove bolng
used by tho sheep men of Lake
view and Is proving a great success,
compared with the old camp stove
in use by campers. Mr. Kimball
j expects to try It out and If It proves
what it Is claimed for it he will have
Special cure must be taken with
spring dairy calves or they will not
develop properly, declare A. . Oos
terhuls of the College of Agriculture
of the Inlverslly of Wisconsin. The
fall calf docs not have to fight (lie,
nor Is It turned Into pasture to shift
for Itself likeVthe spring calf. Mr,
Oostcrhul vlves the following direc
tions for starting the dairy calf:
The cow should freshen In a Inix
stall, and the calf should remain with
her for the first two or three (lavs so
as to be more certain of obtaining the
hlUer Lnkc Items
(Silver Luke Leader)
V. 1 M. Duk. randlduta for the
nomination for HlierlfT on tho, lm
crnlle ticket, was lit Silver Lake
Tuesday, looking after Ills political
Jesso Klrkland, a former resident
of this section rnmo In lust week In
a new auto which he Just purchas
ed. A. J. Kostor, County Assessor, was
in town Wednesday Interviewing ur
! Citizens. (If course they were all
1 glad to sen him.
I Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Thotn accoin
jpanled by Mrs. Jack I'artln returned
from I'ortland lust week. Whllo
j thorn Mrs. I'artln underwent a sur
I glcal operation and has retunifd
colostrum milk. I ntll It Is throe week j ,n,,, M ',uc(i "'" "
old the calf should be given the moth- Th" ,,irK0 ""w ,m.rn J?' ?ny.
man was destroyed by firo last Mon-
TTa vaa wn m (rannn til vine swtti tin n
ion for nervous oersons to lire with. ! "" ,n each camP wh,ro Patrolmen
as those nights were the exceptions on
which he did not set fire to something.
It was a common occurrence for one
of his daughters to look up from her
work and to say casually, "Papa, your
hair Is on fire:" to which he would re
spond casually, "Is It. my love?" aud a
are camped for bis
lakeview is Itlch
Writing of his trip south from
Hend. O. It. Putnam, publisher of the
Mend Iiulletin, elves Lakeview and
hand rubbing out the blaze was all the j surrounding country a good boost, a
nonce tasen. part of which follows:
" ." , uiKeview loo, is rich, it lias au
rusuea m to nnm.unce twit Mr. J" 1 appearance of substantial age and of
Quincey's room was on fire, he hasten- j pr,,sppr,ty. incidentally, there are
ed to the rescue of his already "snow- ,lmre w,lte bu,1n wlth r1(1 r0()fs
i . V . "'"'""I j there than anywhere else In the
gestlons that water lie poured upon his .. . ,. ... . .
,r a - a rld proportionally to size! Soma
,h inherited a lot of red
heavy rug he disappeared Into the I , , , . ... ,
, ;., " . , j i and white paint. Add a hundred
I'M! "11" I Will UVlfl U.I1IJI-V1 11 IVIII Ul'l ,1 ,wa,
without water or perish In the attempt. M1" "f an' LaUoview would
while the memlK-w of his affrighted ! ," ""ro l,atrlotl- a Hearst
household trembled for his safety out- ' ""t'"lcr irj.ng io sur aip a war
l Tl, I ..... I I 1 .
side the -ioor. locked to prevent the
abhorred water from being poured In.
Presently, after occasional bursts of
The ..akeview Kxumlner is an ex
ample, of a well equipped printing
office which turns out a first rato
smoke and a verv strong snioit t r I newspaper.. And another Lake Co
all were assured that the danger was
over, the victor emerged triumphant
ly from his fight with the flames, and
the dreaded element having been sub
dued for the evening all retired in n
state of thankfulness. From Caroline I cu pied a long afternoon's run, past
institution (he oughtn't to mind be
ing called that) which folks up this
way see and hear of, la Lair Thnmr
son. state senator from this district.
From Lakeview to Alkali Lake oc-
Ticknor's "Hawthorne and HU Pub1
"When and why did James G. Blaine i
get his sobriquet, the Plumed Knight?' j
asked the Boston Globe man. who I
needn't think everybody has forgotten
that Blaine was a candidate for the
Republican nomination for president in
1876 and that Colonel Robert (. inger
soll in placing his name before the na
tional convention taunt-bed the sobri
quet thus: "Like an armed warrior,
like a plumed knight James G. Blaine
marched down the halls of the Ameri
can congress and threw his shining
lance full and fair against the brazen
forehead of every defamer of this
country and mallgner ot Its honor."
(Business of looking wis and patting
ourself on the chestJ Manchester
Wm of n Old Tim Writ.r.
High among unconventional writers
stands William Prynne, a Loudon Jour
nalist In the duys when there were iio
Journals, days whn a bulky pamphlet
took the place of s letter to one's fa
vorite newspaper. Prynne published
ulsjut 200 of such pamphlets and is
said to have averid a sheet of print
a day throughout bis life. And be
worked In a qnllt cap coining over bis
eyes to shield them from the light, and
stuck at his table all day. being served
with a roll and a pot of beer every
three hours. And he reaped the re
ward of his literary efforts In the
branding and pillory and ear cropping
that every political writer risked In
Honesty In Golf.
The sooner a boy, or a man for that
matter, learns to live op to the motto
"rionesty is the best policy" in golf,
as in other things, the better for him.
There is no game which gives a com
petitor a better opportunity to cheat
But fcr that very reason there is no
game in which the cheat, when dis
covered, as it usually la sooner or later.
Is looked upou with greater contempt
Francis Ouimet in St Nicholas.
the 30 or more miles of Abert Lake's
shore line, amk. through for the most
part, and unsettled sageb ush country.
Snow Caves in Hotel Hoof
Snow In the Crater Lake National
I'ark now Is seven feet deep and as
hard as Ice, according to John Con
nolly, who returned from the Gov
ernment headquarters Sunday even
ing, says the Klamath Northwestern.
He and 11. K. Montyer, assistant
superintendent of the park, went to
the rim of the lake Sunday and
found that the roof on the south end
of the new hotel being constructed
there had caved in by the weight of
the heavy winter snowfall. Mr. Con
nolly saystbat Momyer is doing well,
Establishment of a parcel post
system between tire United States
and Greece is announced. Twelve
cents a pound will be the rale from
this country, and packages must not
exceed eleven pounds In weight.
day about noon, together with about
forty tons of liny. Mr. Kroemau
! who has a homestead on Buck Crock
,' about ten tulles west of Silver Lakn
was absent nt Lakeview at tho time.
and only tho hired man and the fam-
lly wero at home.
Tho Summer Lake Hill Is to Im
i put In first class shape. For the
I past week Kond Overseer Brewer
1 , f . , . .. -i..,.. nrt, ,.,,
lias nail il crew in himmh. !
working with pick and shovel, ffs
slsted with a big road grader, wid
ening out the road and filling In the
renter, leaving a drain on both sides.
It Is bis Intention to work the road
on both sides of the hill In this man
ner. From parties coming over, the
work already done Is declared to
be the best piece of work between
Silver Lako and the California line.
A bill proposing to allow all heads
of families to acquire tltlo to a 10
acru homestead has been Introduc
ed by Representative Haker. Should
tho measure pass the head of it fam
ily would have the right to etitt-r 10
J acres of unoccupied lands within or
i outside of a forest reserve as a sum-
, . . . mor homestead. Proof may be offer-
era milk th..,. times day at the rate nfl,r nn,, mlmt fow
that the entr)tnau has made per-
Hnlstrln raids cotxtnu to (trow
In popularity with dHlrynicn. Thnlr
ImmeiKe cnpncity for producing
milk and butter is also wall Mlal
llHlitnt. Kurtlirrmor. If la rlmmml
for the Jlulmelni that Ihry ar
prnfltutila dun I iurHi rutll, pro
ducing fine Muallty of bwf In ad
dition to luukluic milk. The llul
strln row shown, Aagla tlcuuly of
- I.IihI en wood II , Ii a rood apvelmrn
of tlir brcrd. As a Junior four-'nr-oM
she produced 30 13 pounds
of liuttrr in iuti d:iys Hht Is
owiu'd l (i U KikIiiu, Kayvtlr. (
of three to the poiiiiils per feed The
amount ni.t.v then be tncreiicil slightly
and the calf led only twice a Uy.
Ureal e.'irc kIiouM lie taken to' keep all
feeding iitciisllx scrupulously clean.
At the university farm whole iiiltli
is fed till the eml of the lifth week,
but mK I ii i in I tk may often be substltut
ed at the cud of the fourth, depending
upon conditions mid the value of the
calf, one that give promise of de
veloping into a $;;oo cow may be given
more expensive feed than one that will
never be worth more than $.10.
Calves should not lie fed roughage
too early. They will beglu to eut It
when two or three weeks old. but un
less It is given In small amounts, di
gestive disorders may ri-stilt. Until
the euif is two mouths old, line mixed
lull, wlili h has less tendency to cause
scours, is lieiti-r than clear clover or
ulfnll'ii Small amount of sllugo
leaves may be fil after the calf is one
Grain in small hiiioiiuis uiuy be fed
after the calf is two weeks old. A
i food mixture Is live parts of whole
oats, three parts bran, one part corn
uieul iiiul uue part olliueal. It should
be given dry in order to compel thor
ouuh mastication. When fed In this
manner luiuuillatelv after the milk it
also helps to prevent ear sucking.
It Is in it' advisable to turn young
calves mi to pasture, us grass is very
la Xu me. The barn is mule even In
temperature, ulso cooler, unci if kept
clertu nud dry much more suitable for
tbe development of the cult.
The trial which will determine
whether Charles Becker, the ex-po-lice
lieutenant and head ' of the
"strong arm" squad which plotted
the murder of Herman Rosenthal is
now in progress in New York City.
fiianent Improvement to tho value of
not less than $300 and 1ms resided
upon the land for not less than two
monUis of each hummer. The entry
man must also pay $f per acre if
tho area Is timbered and Jl.5 If
non-timbered, before the patent will
The patent gives a surface right
only. The object of the bill Is to
provide permanent tiuinmer bonnes
In the mountains, to which title can
WeyerhniiMT Kxlnte Otilndlc
In a petition for the proving of
Frederick Weyorhaueser's will, filed
with the testament In tho office of
Probate Judge llasllln at St. Paul.
Minn., an approximate value of only
$375,000 Is put on the estate of the
St. Paul lumberman, who died at
Pasadena, Cal., April 4. He was re
puted to have been one of the weal
thiest men In the nation.
A dispatch from Baker. Oregon,
says that reports of hydrophobia on
Lower Burnt River, more serious
than any. which have yet been re
ceived, were brought here by Kltoti
Sisley, a rancher near Weathcrby.
who says -that in the lust few days
farmers have been forced to destroy
18 cattle Infected with rubles.
The Portland Rose Festival dates
this year Is June 9 to 12 Inclusive.
The only change of Importance In
the program is the complete elimina
tion of Rex Oregonus and the sub
stitution of a "Queen of Rosarla,"
who will be sole reigning monarch
during the Festival week.
THF KXAM1NKH FOR JOB WOP.K
"You must stop worrying and take a
holiday," said the suave practitioner.
"My dear doctor," replied the irrita
ble patient, "if I could get my affairs
into a shape that would permit me to
take a holiday I'd be so relieved that I
wouldn't ncod one." London Opinion.
Not Due Yet
"Does your wife ever nag you?" ask
ed the first walking gentleman.
"No," answered the second. "We've
only been married a year. She culls
It coaxing so far." Cleveland Plain
Imugluary evils soon become real
ones by Indulging reflections on them.
THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
(THK EXPOSITION LINK)
Will sell special occasion round trip rates to the East
from Lakeview, Oregon, as follows
Denver, Colo 973 HO
Omaha, Neb 78 tW
Chicago, III 91 30
Kansii City, Mo $7H HO
Ht. Louis, Mo HH HO
New York, N. Y 127 !I0
AND OTHLIt PRINCIPAL POINTS
May 12, 14, 15, 10, 10, 20, 21, 23, 20, Sl 1014.
June 1, 2, 3, ti, 0, H, 0, 10, 11, 15, 10, 17. 1H, 10, 20, 22, 23, 20, 20, 30.
July 2, 3, 7, 8, 0, 10, 11, 14, 15, 10, 17, 20, 21, 25, 27, 2H, 20, 30, 31.
August, 8, 4, 11, 12, 17, 18, 20, 21, 25, 20, 27, 28, 20, 1014.
September 4, 5, 0, 10, 11, 1014.
(ioing limit fifteen days ft oin date of silo and Journey must com
meuce on date of sale. Final return limit In all cases three months
from dates hut not later than October itUt, 1014,
Htopovers will he allowed at and west of Chicago, St. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleaus on going transit limit and on return trip within
linul limits, except that no stopovers will he allowed in Culifortihi on
I'OIt MKTHKIt INFORMATION APPLY TO AGENTS, OK
J. M. FULTON, Asst. Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agent, RENO, NEVADA