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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1901)
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Xcttcro jf vom
"MierliUn, Orison, Jan. 10, UKH.
Kil. Kiiilinr: rh-nno winl mo Tim
Kxmiiinnr. I It intirli l'tlfr in
ImkiIi form linn tliti oll nI)I, thmiKli
Tim Kxaminpr l a 'I-iiihi viMiior In
any dliHM. Wry truly your, John
J. I.. CuliMimn, tliti l.uk county wool
(rawer, lio It takititf lil wy iml fn
joying liimarli in h limniicr tliHt livst
Diiltn hi (miny, vrrili-s to hiivi Tin Kx
KiulliiT forwanluil to liim Hi lm Aiiki'Ion.
Mr. ('ult'iimn wrotu lii letter lium Sun
PU'KO. " Tim elimiitu here is salulirioilN,
Home cuMer limn in Aiia-eles, Iml fur
morn pit usant in ninny reFiiectH,'' aay
Mr. Coleman. '"No (limiifrei-alilu iIuhI
likii out) ciH'oiiiitcrit in tint Mi-uk-lniiK
U-ll, h i i I a very iiiiet iiIimm -imitrel
wIlhlM Anm-lea or Hun r'nineiaeo. I
liavo Ixtii in hun lifo a (oitniKlit, Hint
enjoy liii(i-riiiK in tlx' iiniiil ll i litre.
I Iihvb seen lint live vessels, lo of litem
iiii-n-of-M nr. Were, it not (or the tran
sient custom, llm travel, him! tin Hplcn
iliil fruits irrown liere hikI in itie ail
jnreiit C'liinlry, San I'li-tfn vnill noon Ihj
like unto hii ol'l, work clout miniiiK
town. Tliu lart lias lunl itit Immiiii, nI
tliti effisU i' mi li wen on pvery aitl.
Ileiiiiliful lniilliniit, lirrtinl ami iuioniiiK
utriiclnri N, art' lo Im foiinl all over llm
liilitiiii'KH iorlion ( tin' rily, tin' habita
tion only ( riMli-nt or tMxika. Koine o(
l Ihmii even were never offupieil ly hu
" Tin' iliinale ( tli in section sceiim lo
tfivo mote vim ami animation lo a man
than Iim-h thai ol Hawaii; llm allium
llitin at moi ninti ami uitflit " ' "''I and
lriii iiiK There in Home tiling stlrurtive
itlxint olil San lit-co hy the ct-a, Hint one
liken to tarry hero.
"I will rt'lurn to l.akt-vit-w in the
Dr. J. P. I'lirxitx. ertwhile Christian
ininiwI'T ami rat'tirint( hyieiiin in
New I'ine Creek ami l-nkevii-w, w rites
from I.Hkt-ort, Cnliiomiu:
" I hitve ri'H'l with interest how Lake
view lite itriM.n I'ho'iiix-liko from Iht
Hhe, ami nutireil ewerially how The
Kxatiiim-r han iniirovt-l in a-uraiuv
unil iiiuKi'-op. TIiiih, often what wecon
hiiler caliiiiiitlf", are hleMMUKH in ilia
guise wlii'ii iiinh-rtool.
"My work here him la-en very mit-rest-liil
luring the past year, having had hirty
(our'tl'lil I'lim lo the luiri:li, now iiuni
I Hr i ntf ! iniMiihern ; U-HiilfH twenty xix
HililitioiiH at two iiiixHiiiii poiiitH, near
here, where 1 hehl lin'etniK ami oriiim
izel unit of them into a iliurrh, ami
they are now hii ir t i iik regular ireat h
inK of the Wonl. The mixHionury offer
ing of the l.akeHirt cluirrli have liven
in reaneil from in !.! to flW in
I'.MM). tireater thiiiKi are pliinned for
I'.HU, ami our work increiiHen."
Ir. Parilr. haa heen abundantly hon
ored hy the i lmrclie in I'liliforniii nince
taking up hia residence in IakeHirt,
having- been eleeted a member of Ihu
State Hoard of I'lii ixlian Churi-heN in
t'alifornia, ami I'rexidenl of the Sonoma
lixlriit. Ilia Hitlarv haH been mixed
'IHI for !Hi. He ix liM-nted in one of
the garden hihiIh of the tiolden State.
Slops lh Cough and Work ofl lh Cold.
I.axnlive Hromo-ljuiiiine Tableln enre
it eolil ir, one day. Mo cure no pay.
I'l ice LV) ceiilH. IIH-lyr
Hay for Sale.
I have about oi hundred and fifty
Ioiin of hay for xa al five dollarx per
ton at my ranch near lioonCreek, Modoc
county. ' l'KTKIi IJl lHK.
That W. (. W. ball on the 2l'd ix j;o
iuK to be a jty affair. All the ladiea in
town are having new frocks imule for
thin particular xoclul event. Ami the
Niiiia-r well, that will he Homethinn
tlelitthtful, ami will he nerved in the
MHHoi.ic banUet room.
lic-cnt exiM-rinienlH uliow that all
cUhhch of fiKxla may Im completely tti
KKHted by h preparation culled Kodol
liynpepHiii Cure, which abxolutely tli
KeHtM what you eat. As it in the only
combination of all the natural digest
ants ever deviaud the demand for it hax
heiioinu enormoiiH. It lias never failed
lo cure the very worHt cuhcb of lndiiies
tion and it always given inatunt relief
I.Hkeview I'ruK Co.
There ia no bolter medicine fur the
ImhitiH thmi Cham berluiu'B Coug-h Hem
edy. It8 pleHBiint tUHto mid prompt and
effectual curon tuHke it a favorite with
mothers and mnitll children. It quickly
Cures their cougdia Httd coIiIm, preveiiting
pneutnoiiiii or other tieriotm conse
iucnce. It bIho curea croup and haa
Ihhmi UHed in tens of thoutiumla of chhch
without a Mingle failure eo far aa we
have heen able to learn. It not only
curuH croup, but when givt n aa booii aa
the crouny coukIi uppears, will pravent
the attack. In chhch of whoopinif cough
it liqueflea the tonsil mucus, making it
easier to expectorate, ami leHseua the
severity ami frequency of the parox
ysms of couKhing, thus depriving that
disease of all dangerous coiiaequenceH.
l or aale by Ixjo ileal), druggist.
Raaafcar f Tiwii la lava talt4
lata wlla "I'aUa la
Awhlln mgo an American atory
wrltrr raB an exorrdingly vivid .
luat ration of the lot for our united
founlry which la ff-lt everywhere
IhrotiKh the rrpuhlle. lie wa writing
atory of patriotic character, and
the evriita di-at-ribed were auppoard to
take place In an American village. It
o-riirird to the writer to if' I lie vll
hiK in the atory an approriate name,
and the flrnt one which occurrod lo
him waa "I'nlon."
"'Die little village of Union that
would Bound nice and natural and
put nolle," he thought, hut, bring a
practical author and not nixliing to
hute the location of hi atory pinn-d
down to any particular apot, he
turned to hi poxta! and ahipprra'
guide to luwure lii.nxrlf that the name
wua purely ftctitloua and limigiuiiry.
He m aitoiimted to diacovrr that In
the I'nltrd S'talra there are M v i I -lagra
named "t'nlon." Then "I'nlon
ville" and 'Tnloiitown" occurred to
It I tit. Me found that there were 21
of the former and 14 of the hitter.
Com inning hia rrorarchra, he diarov
ered that there wrre tinted: I'nlon
Center, 8; t'nlon Church, 8; I'll ion
Clly, Cnion Corner, 1; t'nion
(irore, ft; I'nlon Hill, fi; t'nion Miila.
10; I'riiotihiirg. 1; I'nloiiport. 4, and
other comliinnt iona of t'nion, 56.
Bo he gave It up and decided to call
his flrtttlnua village "Columbia.." and
Inter .looking In the guide, he found
that there were 2tf of these.
GIRLS FOR MESSENGER BOYS.
Us4oa Ttlsgraya Oonapaaloa Uava
oaa r oread la A4epl aa
"If you please, air, here's the mes
senger boy," said my maid, with a
smile, the other nhrrnoon. R the uoh
ered into my room a iirat! i!rr.ned and
not ill-looking )oung girl." ku a writ
er In tha London King. "At first 1
thought there must hi- orne mistake,
but hrr ladyship soon diwil urd me of
thai totion. and with a good deal of
j srlf iov.fvi,in, hut no trace of for-
warders,, informed mr that she was
din hartfing muM-iiKi-r hoy's duty, fihe
to. k my tcli graiii, and the niooey
tlicief.ir. with the ctiktouiiiry "tup
prior for the nircsiiger please." and I
have no doiilit aciiittn! hrrnelf of the
not vrry onerous tak of limring it to
the pokt oflicr nit neatly us the human
hoy would have dune. Hut the nrxt
time I pasrd the oflire I made in
ttiirirs. and wa told that it wns only
in 11 few of tlir Wt-hl end cflice that the
experiment of in-ing vntiit? pirls in-
j stead of hois win heing tried, and Hint
I even in tln-kr (Untricts they wrre only
. un-d when the duty was a fitting one
for a g;rl to undertake. The fact is, the
clerk In charge assured nie, the com
pany fin (In it impossible to get a f
! ficirnt supply of boys. They have late
ly been enforced to employ men at six
pence an hour at some of the city of
fices, and w hen the government royalty
it taken into account this does not leave
much of a profit for the company. I
hear the cable companies are also at
their wits' end to find messenger boya."
THOUSANDS OF MILES.
lawalr Traveled bv tha Avar,
if Maa llurlaa; Hla
The many t.hnusitnds of mile which
a man unconsciously travels in his life
time, taking into consideration the
puces hia fooUtepK men sure an he
walka about each day, are enough to
mnke him Ht down to rewt for the
remainder of his life, says the Ioudon
Kut now a German scientist 'has
come forward with some still more
fctartling facts concerning th jour
neya which our eyelid undertakes
every time it winks, and It is not pos
sible fur us to see, he suys, unless we
wink. I'ncoiiM-iously we wink once a
second, no that for Jne time we are
awake during the day we voluntarily
wink from 4,fi00 to MI.OOO tlmea. The
distance that the eyelid travels in ita
great speed ia measured from a single
This, the scientist Kays, Is n quarter
of an Inch both ways, the eyelid mov
ing equally up and down; so that, tak
ing the movement of both eyelids into
consideration, Uiey cover aoine 50,000
Inches In a day. The eyelids of a man
wtio hns lived for SO years will have
unconsciously traveled a third of the
way around the earth, or about 7,200
mi Ira, a calculation aufticient in itself
to cause the victim of insomnia to fall
Into a dreamless sleep aa he reads It.
How aa tCntrlaoor Perls.
A veteran railroad engineer says:
"It may sound strange to you, but
I'm a heap more nervous when I'm
traveling as a passenger than when at
the throttle. I don't know what's go
ing on in the cab, and I want to.
Kvery time I hear a whistle my im
pulse is to go out there and run Wie
engine myself. In fact, the only time
I ever am anxious ia when I'm In a
passenger coach. I suppoae I feel
about the same way a man does who
has driven a lively horse for years and
once In awhile lets some other fellow
bold the reins."
Now It Vr Opportunity to Procure
a Hercaln In 0to4 Keae'laf Matter:
7) Dally $ f Bulletin and the
Lake County Examiner
OnaVearPor 55 JQ.
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LAKEVI EWPA ISLEY.
A. W BRYAN, Proprietor.
IcuvcH I,nkrview t 0 a. 111.
every lay but Sunday.
I'.i-ttirtiitin, leaven I'ltinley
at l :.-() a. in tvi.-ry il.iy but
PitHSfrrt' lara is Round trip t$
Ol l ICi; C. U. Snlder'a Store, lkevlcw. Or:
(h' i ? rttifuerj l 1
jr. 1 . vjuii 1
A Watchmaker 4
f V, and Jeweler ?
A Located at Ahlstrom Bros
Al work in my line fully
G10. H. STLVINS, Proprietor.
Ia avci lkt-view Mondays ami Krl
1sy - Returning, lravrs I'liish Tni-s-l)
and fattinlays, at 7o'i1ih It a.m.
nrrlra l'-M-li(i-r, I'sckaKes ami
Kri-lKlit. HTV.KOKKH fc-llmU'ji A
Lakevlew, - - - Oregon
) The only Vi-Ki-tatile Stun- in
S) Lskt-vlew ia liicslt-il at lite
f) North end of Water r'lrert.
o Vt-Ki-tslili-s, Krult, I'nxliu e;
a) Also (it-neral Mercliaiidiie,
( l(or ami Tobaccos.
0 Free Delivery.
Whorton & Barnes
ill Pvpvthltli Lnnun
' . . .1 1- ! -
tu me tnuc isiiicu
fine Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Goods, Etc.
Hot and Cold Baths
One door aouth of BASK
A FULL HOUSE
Call and see us and
find we are right.
J. E. BERNARD & SON, Lakeview, Oregon
I S, 0,
The Hungry Should Be Fed
and that is ny mission. For a
gmt meat 11 o to the
To huil.lii'K- Nor'h of Oprra H'ju-e
On Main Strrrt
l!orrnrrion!ofT A Cnoiolt
I.OIOis.l.UC.1115 n jpiGk.iailJ
For any one kill in or tl
lnit ttocR belonging lo the
South Eastern Oregon
live Stock Association
Will t given fr the arrest and conviction of any per
oii or tenons UIiiiK any stock belong! n ,
to uiemlwri of thU Awtociatioa.
J. D. COUQriLIN,
J, H. INNES, President,
W.8IT DR. JORDAN'S grcat
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
1061 MARKET T.. SAM HUNCISC0. CAl
(Sil.ua SUik aa4 Imait .)
u ia 11: 1.
Ortaiol HttrneHam tn (as CUu. A
mouUrfd tiyhtjor mistturs. w
H rata.u. ortajmiitrK-t. .
d aiasaa,saalll a-alj tartri hr
lbs olilanl BpsrUllat uil Uis I'aolSa
(Juasb lUlabuslMdM jrars. m
OR. JOROAN-PKIVATE DISEASES
Taaaa aava aaa aaiaaia
mm antm wa ars sua.rlna A
fiom lbs titHU f routhful India- r
eislivns ar sst-aa In sasuirsr A
' vaavra. Vwtuiii .nfl Dhvilwii 1 1 i
Mlaa? , Loil H.nkw.ri La all lucomDl!-
p cairns; ivB.raBiai.wa-rBi, ar
rsaa, aiiaaaraaa. a iocs, rri
Isri'rlaallsi, . Hy a osablnatlua
mnMlM,alirHl arattos pew.r, th
I haaso armiifaa his IrMlmrnt thai IT will nut
nljr affoia TmiwvUtata rllrl, but asrmsitsnl
I eur. la Duosar due at alalia to aaiturm A
Bntraola. but la wll imiwn to b
1 a lair and ST
I la blaolHy Ilaaa af 1
TPHII.ia tkamoiMr nJleatl from
I tha syswai without Iha usaelNarcar.t.
Traaaas flttd br aa Xiawrt. Maalvat
I Par for Btaaiara. A quick and rorfimi
turttnt tlla, liusrs aaj rllala, bjr
I Xr. JaMaa's special palalsas snathous.
KVEBT MAM applying lo aswUl rasalva
our Ko4i oatulM n( hlsCAniplslnt.
U's will Gunrmtf a tOUlTlVM OUSM at
tvery mm kitderfisa. A
Cnnaiiltatla FRKK a-d atrtotty rHrata,
CHAItCIKS VKBY MKAHOSABUL
TraAtmsiit parsaaslW or by leuar. m
TVrlt I." luk Batt.aSBB'V' AW ,
illSRIKL MaaiDFisa t Tn'rsi t
4 DR. JORDAN ft CO.. t0l Marital M-l R. S
. ... . .
Of Hardware, Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, etc. We carry a full stock In
our line. We can best serve you by
you calling on us and letting us know
what your wants are. Our Wares are
Good, our prices Right. We merit your
patronage by fair and square treatment
I City Meat
OKEW BRICK BUIlDINGg
uuui iiuiiii ui nuiKi laAtfierr
Beef, Pork and
Bologna, Sausage, Hie
COULTER & CO,
South and East
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
I Trains leave After for Portland aud ay sta
tions at 12:1-1 a. m. and 11 MX) p, m.
Lv Portland a : a m t):30pra
" Att-r :i'2arn 8:A7 p in
Ar Aahland ,12::im 12:05 pm
"Sacramento Mil p in cs.1i n
" Han Franc Isco 7:15 pm S:loam
Oirrti-n 6:45am 11:45am
' Denver 9:t a m S:40 p m
" Kansas Clljr 7:2.. am 7 :25 a la
" Cbicairo 7:4.'i a m 9:30 a m
" los Aniceles 1:21) pm 7:00 am
j " Kl Pao 6:ii0 p ra 6:U0 p m
! " Kort Worth 6:S a m 6:3U a m
' " I'itjr ol Mexico :55 a in 10:W) a m
I " Houston S:ttm 8::5am
; " New Orlf.ns 6:2." p m 6:25 p m
" Washington fi:4i a in 6:42 a m
' New York 12:43 pm 12:4:1pm
Pullman and Tourist cars on both trains.
Chair earn Sacramento 10 Oirdn and Kl rsso,
and tourist cars to ' hicago, i. Louis, New Or
leans and Washington.
I CntinrctlnKat Kan Franriwco with the srveral
steamship lines for Honolulu, Japan. C hina,
Pbllli. ilnrs, Central and South Am--rira.
Se agent at Ag-r station, or adilresa
V. U.MAKKUAM. . P. A.,
S. I. McNAUGHTON, Proprietor
Office, Hotel Linkville
Klamath Falls, Or.
Leave Lakevlew at 6:30 a. ra.; arrive at Bljr
in 11 hours.
Leave Hly at 6 a. m.; arrive at Klamath Falls
in 15 hours.
I I-sve Klamath Falls al 7 a. m ; arrive at
1 Bi swii-k in 9 hours.
I I e Binwitk at 5 a. m. ; arrive at Ager ia
I 7 hours.
Makes connection with all trains at Ager,
j Easy Coaches
j Excellent Accommodations
, j Passenger. eiprMs and freight traffic
1 sol.citeil. All business entrusted to us
j will be expedited.
G. W WISE.
The Plush House,
Plush, Lake County, Oregon.
liacumpll- asa. f
Digests what you eat.
T t artificially dicresta the food and aids
0 I Naturo ia strengtheDing and recon
a ; structing; the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discoveredaigest-
ant and tonic Ho other preparation
can approach It la efficiency. It in
I stantly relieves and permanently cures
I Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
1 Slctc Headache, Gastralgia Crampsand
! all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price Wc. and fi. Lare size contains SH time
small sua. Book all about dyspepsia tuailetUrca
Prsportd by E. C DtWITT A CO., Crjleago.
Lakeview Drug Company.