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LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER
NEW PAPER MONEY
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KIIAI. UKNKUVK ACT
F. P. LIGHT
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(iotwe Lake Hand Will lie lued
Said to lxi as Ootid us Cm it Ihj
Million of Dollar In New Tyjto of
Notes Will lie Placed In
A complete line of
waeon and bnjrp y
robes, ldts, rhUea,
ette, etc., etc.
Everything In the
line of carriage
anil horso f urn list
THE BEST 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.
DaiBy Except Sunday
Pullman & ItuffettServioe Between likeview nad Keuo
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 jour washing and give us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
Your good health will he as
sured so long aa you confine your
drinking to our celebrated brand
of liquors, which are noted for
their extreme purity and mellow
ness. They are the best liquors
tlistilled, and have a flavor that
makes them at ouce a popular
favorite. We simply request you
to sample any of our brands and
we know you will be well satisfi
ed with the result.
POST & KING, Proprietor
MAKE A NOTE OF THE HARDWARE
you need and then come here and get it. We keep
everything in the line you can possibly need and a
lot more beside. If garden tools are your particular
need we have them. If you require some good new
tools, they are right here. If house-furnishing goods
are wanted you will find here a full assortment of
the best qualities.
T. E. BERNARD
'EVERYTUIXG IX HARDWARE AXD FARM If VL EM EX Z'.S" '
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Supervisors of Modoc County last
week the contract for the construc
tion of the new court house was
signed by Mr. MeCray, representa
tive of the Coneanou Construction
Co., of San Francisco, successful
bidders. The amount for the con
struction of the building is approxi
mately $89,000. It is expected to
be completed this year.
Sand from the shores of Goose
Lake will be used, and concerning
this the Modoc Republican says:
DeLongchamps and McCray took
a trip up to Goose Lake to Inspect
the sand aud came back with glow
ing reports of Its suitability. They
have no hesitancy in saying that the
sand is about as Rood as can be
found anywhere in the state. In fact
they claim that there is only one
place in the state of California
where they have better sand for
making concrete. I'nder the present
management the N.-C.-O. has agreed
to let the contractors take all of the
sand they want from their right of
way along Goose Luke. This Is an
excellent concession and means that i
all the contractors w ill have to Uo
will be to load the cars with steam j
scoop suoveis, xrom aiongsuie or llic
track. We understand also, that tin
road has made very good transporta
tion rates for hauling the saiul t
The Town Trustees have granted
permission to the railroad to con
struct a spur track from the. main
track to the court house site. Tim
will save much labor.
Millions of dollars worth of paper
money of a new type will be put
Into circulation nn the establish
ment of the federal reserve banks
within the next few weeks.
I'nder the federal reserve bank act
each of the twelve federal reserve
banks will receive advances from
the federal reserve board In the
form of federal reserve notes, a dis
tinctly new sort of paper money.
Commercial paper will be tho col
lateral advanced by the various
hanks as security for these notes.
The new $5 note submitted by
the bureau of engraving and print
ing is typical of agriculture. The
portrait on the fuce of the note Is
Lincoln's and the back shows a har
vesting machine and allegorical fig
ure typical of farming. The $10
note bears a portrait of Cleveland
and a manufacturing scene. The
$20 bears Jackson's portrait aud fa
typical of commerce, having a steam I
ship, train and other mediums of ;
trade on the back. Grant's picture
Is shown on tho $50 ami Franklin's
portrait adorns tho $100 bill. Iloth
of these larger bills are typical of
ERECTED IN 190O
Sample Room for Commorolal Travolora
Flrat Clara Aooommodatlonw
TO DEVELOP MINE
Methodist Episcopal Church
GEORGE H. KEF.SK. PASTOR '
We Do Business For God And Humanity
SUNDAY HOURS OF SERVICES:
Worship, n:oo A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Sunday School. 10:00 A. M.. O. M, Gardner, Supt.
Bible Study, in "I Men's Class - J. F. HurRrss. Teacher
Rihl Hom. (Historical Study or the H.bie
10:00 A. M.
Epworth League, 6:30 P. M., Foster Priddy, Pres.
STRANGKRS MADE TO KEEL AT HOME
CORDIAL WELCOME. GOOD MUSIC. OBLIGING USHERS.
1 Women's Class, Mrs. E. Priddy. Teacher
A SIMPLE METHOD
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P.IIUIX POST POSTAGE
Kedinotid Postmaster Kvolvcs Me
thod That .May lie Adopted Gen
erally Over Country
J. W. Moore, Redmond's postmas
ter, who was here Sunday, has work
ed out a new and extremely simple
method of calculating the postage
for parcel posts packages, says the
Bend Bulletin. Heretofore a larh-e
and complicated tabulation has been
in use, which lias proved both ijlow
aud cumbersome. Mr. Moore has
placed his tabulations before the
Postmaster General and from ac
knowledgements received then? is
good reason to believe that it may
be adopted officially.
The plan is this: To determine the
amount of postage required for the
first and second zones, add 4 to the
weight of the package, the result in
cents, being the postage required.
For the third zone multiply the
weight by 2 and add 4. In the fourth
zone multiply by four and add three.
Fifth, multiply by six and add two.
Sikth, multiply by 8 and add one.
Seventh, multiply by ten and add
one. Eighth, multiply by 12, with
GOI ! SlIOPi; MINK WILL UK SYS.
TKM ATK'ALI.Y WOUKKD
Said to be One of Most 1'ioniNin
Proierl ie- of Hiili Grade Other
Notice of Sale
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, as administrator of the
estate of John Silva, deceased, will
on June 27, 1914, sell at public
auction to the highest cash bidder
personal property of said John Silva,
estate, including some farm im
plements, household goods, supplies,
etc. The sale will be held on the
north side of the Bieber store and
will begin at one o'clock p. m., June
Jn 11 t-3 HARRY BAILEY
A thorough and systematic method '
of development work will begin In j
the next couple of weeks on the Gold j
Shore property, one of the best j
groups in the High Grade district, j
according to Information gleaned by j
the writer from several members of
the company, says the Bidwell News.!
President Fred A. Hell, an exper
ienced miner, with the assistance of
a couple of men will begin work
there as soon as conditions will per
The snow is rapidly dissapp arlng
and work on various ( latins will soon
begin in earnest. !
The Bidwell Discovery Company
will also begin extensive development '
work on their property, which shows j
signs of increasing values as the
work Is done each session. j
The present season promises to
be a busy one In the High Grade
mining district. 1
Many splendid prospects await out
side capital, and If experienced min
ing men witli sufficient capital to
thoroughly develop one of these val
uable prospects are induced to
come into the district this year, it is.
believed that High Grade will soon
bloom as a full-fledged mining
A SPANKING GOOD TL'A.M
should have spanking good
harness. Come here and seo
what we mean by that term.
Wo tiro showing both singlo
and double harness that Is
worthy of tho Li vt horso
or horses ever bred. It Is per
fect in appearance, perfect In
fit and perfect in quality.
E. F. GHENEY
Northern AuLo Stage Line
CARRYING U. S. MAIL
11 1 1 1 ii 11 i. -1 1
Leave Lakeview 7:00 A. M.
Arrive Paisley I 1:00 A. M.
Arrive Silver Lake 6:00 P. M.
Return to Lakeview 5:00 P.M.
Fare to Paisley. $5.00; Round Trip. $9.00.
Fare to Silver Lake. $10.00; Round Trip. $18.00
Reservations made at Hotel Lakeview or at the Stae Office.
J. S. FULLER. MANAGER
Read The Exam i nor Want Ads
Bounty Fund Exhausted
Over 100 state warrants, for sums
ranging from $1.00 up, are being
issued by Secretary of State Olcott
this month for payment of additional
bounties authorized by the last legis
lature on bobcats, lynx and cougars.
The appropriation of $40,000
made by the last legislature for the
payment of the regular bounties of
fered on predatory animals has been
exhasuted, and Secretary Olcott has
sent notices to the various county
clerks not to forward any more
claims for bounties.
Indian Book on Sale
Klamath Herald: "Indian History
of the Modoc War and the Causes
that Led to It," written by Jeff Rid
dle, a Modoc Indian who Is the son
of Winema, the heroine of the war,
has made Its appearance in Klamath
Falls. The book Is Illustrated with
ninety pictures, many of them re
productions of rare historical por
Riddle, who was a youth at the
time of the war saw much of the
real drama. In this book he pre
sents in a forceful and logical man
ner the utory from Hie standpoint of
the Modoc Indians, even to hfer
vlews with some of the IndU !
Prof. Khrlleh's Wonderful Remedy
for Blood Poison
Symptoms Begin to Vanish in Two
"9 ! 4"
I use the latest and best treatm
Khrllchs "606" or Salvarsan, and "9
absolutely safo. Their curative pro
throughout the civilized world. Th
States Army and Navy as the only t
I administer this treatment In m
detain you from your work from Biz
begin to disappear In from twenty-f
have now, or have ever had this dl
ent for blood diseases Professor
14," or Neo-Salvarsan. They are
pertles have been thoroughly tested
ey have been accepted by the United
reatment for blood disorders,
y office, painlessly, and will only
to twelve hours. The symptoms
our to forty-eight hours. If you
soase, do not fall to take this treat-
'11 IK KXAMINKft FOU JUL Wja j
VAHICOCELB One of the
most common of the noninfectlve
conditions and e condition that
is responsible for a great many of
the so-called nervous conditions,
Is a weakened and dilated condi
tion of the veins In the scrotum.
This condition can only be cur
ed by direct local treatment;
these conditions can be absolute
ly cored in a few days.
BLADDER and Kidney diseas
es, swelling of the feet and legs,
painful and scalding urination,
pain In back and sediment In urln
all respond quickly to my system
PROSTATIC enlargement, re-
suiting in the stoppage of the
flow of urin, and pain, treated
My treatment removes this In
(tarnation reduces. the en
largement, normal condition is
RHEUMATISM treated In all
Its forms by both Electricity and
I will positively not accept in
curable diseases. I am perman
ently located in Reno, occupy one
whole upper floor consisting of
six completely equipped rooms.
My offices have private entrance.
My business la conducted with all
the privacy possible.
Hours daily 0-12, 1-5, 7-8
Sunday 10-12 only
STOMACH conditions. Coated
Tongue, perverted Appetite,
Gasses causing a fullness and dis-l
tress after eating, Heartburn,
Palpitation, Dizziness and all
other conditions of the stomach,
show signs of Improvement at
once by my system of treatment.
ACUTE DISEASES Itching,
burning, scalding, painful passa
ges of water. Strong injections,
strong remedies seldom benefit
They cause obstruction of the
My treatment stops every sym
ptom and relieves In a few days.
DR. T. H. BROWN
No. 6 WEST COMMERCIAL ROW
RENO :: NEVADA
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