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LAKH COUNTY CXAniNCR LAKHVIfcW, ORGQON, AUG. 29, 1901.
uhc Count u 0!xaiulmt
PwMlnhcd Bvary Thursday
BEACH & M'GARREY
ENTRY KOU THE riJH'Y STAKE
That thin rallcl it dint
Who l I' afliiu H ''
On lln mroi't In lil tu-lo
A'iI iimnaviillm' war
Make lii'iil(tii( rvntarka. mi tin !y.
Trt Oil l,kllt!l tt 111) ('limit'.' til t'MHIl ItV
.One Year, $2.00 I
Mx Mouths. I . I A '""'
(Three Months, 50 ! 1 v"'r
JtiM 11 low, dirty riir.
Mo iuak ur tln r. ' 110 limn w ith a Uml
To aviiicc Hi IiiMi't with M fool.
LAKH VICW , OKI HON. All). Jw , I vol.
THE COUNTRY LD!TO!.
"No iiintt in tlio nun in unity iIik'c nioii'
for tht put li H!ii tv vivt Ice U'T it than
tlio imititiv rdltor," !. Senator II.
I'lay llealuir. of fill ni) rs, M:trion
cuiu:tv, in l!:e Missoiiti Malt- t-t-n :t i f,
when tin- 1 ill Mtliirinj! the priri' (or
iubli.liiiik! Ill' Australian lullot wile
nniU-f i-onto-lora; ion.
"1( all tho s.nv lie I'lnloys i'i boom
ing the l n, in l.t'lpinu individual, in
tllllVlll) fla'o'Mliat.-sollu-I IIIUV otlt I U't-
lli litki'n ptva't.uiii .r
Tt nl (li.' In. lii havr not
A t'f -ttiii-r u-ar iln r.
(Join ili'llnhmil Hint li.it
1 To aoi'lT 11 hard l.luM , h h a t'ant
Ti ln r. k 11 1 1 that i huililn. ut t.raln.
Kit w lint UM'ful ork
W a Oil!i ilinlr ri-r ma It?
lit h h ntanaici'd ti hirk
Ami nil labor mlr.
it t IihtiI to I'linit mi txi'ttm
K-r at ow tui linn .linlo to run Iihw.
TIhtc'II Im a ilt'K rari
In tin' 1 -olil. n 1. me ton n
i If llli.S IHS: i.IK1i 1. ill ln.lt'
tv raw iiimriial-weu'iiaid fori'ven at liaif : i,., , t ,io n.
the K'(!.il rulf. lie would lw tlio richest ' For. tmtylf ty hnmv, h will taki
Man in tin- county. IV country i-iliioi ''"' "'" "rk f"l'l'" uk,'.
re rali, hut they are ! more set vice lo
the communities: where they live than
the wealthiest man.
"Thev are in the forefroi.t of every
movetiient fur (nearest'. They do t lie
work and leave the emolument to
others. A jovd, clean, honest eontitry
new fpujiers ami 11101 country news
papers are p-vd ami clean ami hone.-l
he'ps on every worthy cau.-e ami oeeer
e every eiieoura;eiiient.
'It fi;l' 'le party battles, holilu up
the hands of the reformer anil makes the
i-outidrel afraid. I am oppot-ed to thin
bill. No paper in my county would
print the ballot at the pitiful prne nam
ed. They are not paupers. Hut, for
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. . . 1 .. .1 .. ... i, . 1 .. ;n; .. ! Honian refers o an
- ; w ho w a- the inner, wo have nu InM '
,ir's' j tancy in rcpiibhshinit it tlioiiuli we do
Bryan has a I I ee I a tetter to t!. j not U lu ve in -treet btaw I-in the stm t
Jacksonian t lub of Omaha, declaring cne of the term. However, w hen to i) j
that he will not appear ou the satin; """' 11 leview He lie wants to
platform with Havi.l 1!. Hill at 1U lln. look out for a r. turn. Molindone:
Dual picnic next month. The dub i-1 ' W. J.-eph, a rather widely
one of the stioimest IVmocratii; otyan- k""" " attorney, and a Mr. timelier
iiatiuiis in the West. It was proposed , U:ve inpr .mp:u exhibition in list
to brinu together Kryan, Hill, Waiter-j '' "'T-in front of the Commercial blink
ton and Carter Harrison as club speak- yesterday forenoon to the great amuse
era. Hill was not i. dined to come and I ",t""t 11 i'rwd of spectators. The two
the club wrote liryau, asking him to add . cbainpions were holding rather nn aium-
his entreaties to theirs. Instead, he re
plied that not only would he not urnf
Hill to come, but if Hil! came he should
decline to be there. Some members in
sist on Hi!) coming, even though it keep
1 Sclr 5r t Is Out.
Al. Sadiexille. Ky., was curious to
learn the caii-e of the vast imp'oveuieut
in the health of Mrs. S. I". hittaker.
who had for a loiitf time, endured untold
sutlei H'tf from a chronic bronchial trouble
'It's all due to lr. Kind's Ni1 lis
CoVer)," wilier, her husband. "It com
pletely cured ln-r and also cured our
little uruul daughter of a severe attack
of hooplt.K I 'ouch. " it positively
cures Coiiiihs, Colds, lji tirippe, liroii
cliitis, all Throat and I.iiiu troubles,
(iiinranteed l ollies ."0 c ami fl.00. Trial
iHitlies Iree at 1'e leall's tlrug tore.
icious Hut Awkward Hhting.
The Kxiimilier tllwavs likes to see
Lakeview keep up ''" reputation in all
lines, and an the follow ing from the I 'e-
oM Lakevii-w Ihiv
Hon. John li.trrett, of Oregon, late
Mmi.-teroi .-lain, will imt receive the
appointment a Lnited States Minister
to China, f"r whicn po-inon he was such
alcd ilisciissiou on the sidew alk, w hen
suddenly t iruener stepped onto the iave
menj, and struck Joseph lielow the Indt.
He followed up with a vicious blow at
Joseph 'a ("olar plexus, and Joi-eph count
ered on his opponc iit' cht ek and scored
first blood. The siiht of (fore aroused
the demons in them, and throw in,? ri.e
rin e'iipiette to the w ind, each giabla'tl
the other by the Coat-collar with his left
hand and went at it hammer ami tonus.
war.n candidate a few months since, j Finally Oruener went down ami his coat
but then he will ko to the Orient just the I caine over bis head, imprisoning his
same. He has been named by 'resident j arnia so as to render him helpless. A he
Francis to represent the St. Imis Louis- ! had been the atfressor, the sympathy of
iana Purchase K.x H.rili. .n of P.tj:i, as , the spen'ators w as w i tit Jo-epli, an 1 no
Comtnir-sioner lieueral of Aia and An. i objections were made w hen he U-gan to
tra'.ia, and after he gets through with
the International Congress at Mexico,
punch bis fallen foe in the back i f the
head, but as the head was harder than
Mr. Larrett will go to Asia to remain j his hand, be soon got enough of that, and
aeveial months. j the contest came to an end. The plu k
'exhibited was commendable, but the
I he weather or something is i-nusmg
numerous strikes, and even the industri
ous: hen gets on a strike occasionally ami
combatants were voted the most awk
ward lighters ever seen. It w staled
that Joseph had acted as counsel fot
refuses to furni-h eggs w ith any regular-1 ;r,.,.rv wif j instituting p.oceedings
for divorce, and the offense taken by
liriiener al a trifle like that was the
Ity for home consumption. 15ut the
first thing that ever" ent on a strike is
the tireless clock, that continues to s-rike ,.a.,. f ),is attack on Joseph
with increasing regularity, ami there Is
no kick coming as it does, not belong to a
'i ii ion.
Hofer of the Salem Journal talks
aliout tlie "coyote bounty graft" junt as
if he w'jiil'I know a coyote if lie met one
in the road. There is one thing certain,
however, no bij-jer covole than Hol'e,
ever git straddle of a graft without
sipieeling about the graft of some other
A Denver man who deserted his wife
live yearg ago came homu the other day
and told hi wife that he went away
"just for a joke." Then the wife sprang
the richest joke of the sea-on on him by
introducing her new husband.
The Willows Journal, one of those
horrid, torrid papers of the (sacrament
valliy, says editorial')' : "Miss Carrie
Iiain, of Wheatland visited Marysville
today. Marysvil'e paer. We don't
Cartie Iiain if slit did."
The motto, "(iod liless Our Home,"
placed on the wall, w ill not insure do
meslii; felicity. The motto must look
dow n upon bcene" of loving kindness and
forbearance, elso its dial in w ill be neu
tralized. The trouble between France and Tur
key is in a fair way to be settled without
H'iy necessity for going to war.
And the Pennsylvania Democracy also
Ignored Col. liryau. Gee Whiz!
To Save Her Child.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie iallegar, La Grange, (ia., ap
plied llni-klen's Arnica Salve to great
Mires on her head ami fa.:e, and w rites
is quick cure exceeded all her hopes. It
works wonders in Sores, Hruises, Skin
Kriiptions, Cuts, Burns, ScaldH and Piles.
iioc. ( uie guaianleed by Ia,-e ISeall
linds Open to Settlers..
Two townships in the Cascade Forest
Reserve will be thrown 0en on tlielidlh
of Sep'ember next, says the Klamath
Falls Express. One township is in Crook
and the other in Kl iinath ami both are
n ally west of Silver Lake. They are
r.hrown o,ien through the inlluence of
the Little Deschutes Irrigation Co.
'I' I i h company has taken up and own
about 1-i sections of land and have
taken out a large irrigation ditch on the
Deschuies river which will go directly
through these two townships to be short
ly opened to settlement. The land is
said io be very fine and by putting
water upon it there is no mistaking
what the result will he.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, ETC., AND 0I; GOOD PLACES
TO BUY THEM, OUR STORE IS SURE TO
BE FAVORABLY MENTIONED.
We have the newest Spring Clothing-,
Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Etc.,
AND WE WANT TO SEE YOU AMONG OUR
EARLY CALLERS, TO GET YOUR CHOICE.
...Complete line of Tin and Agate Ware...
Hi Ci ROTH E &C0i. the MERCHANTS OF LAKE COUNTY.
FRANK T, GUNTHER
FINe Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Goods, Etc.
Manufacturer of the
S. F. Ahlstrom
I I A RTF VI FW
Rcto.nle4 as th Ucst Vaqucro 5dJlo
S Waio;()ti and Hii'y Harness. Whips, Kulu's, Ucatas, J
Uits, Spurs, tjirts, KosHtes, Ktc. 'P- -6 -o-
J. W. Maxwell
. rent rwr
Ten of tho Dest
high grade and
S240.OO and up
Organs $50 up
J IU'paiiin of all kitxls, by coinpcttMit men.
n i. 1'itooi'.
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fulliiwiiii! iianii "I M-ttli-r lm t)!e'l iiilii- el
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lln;-M's lo iir' v I'liiHiniioii'i risM' ini'
n him mill culm Htlon of niiil IhiiiI. vis : Jitiu-h
II n-'uin-oii. I'liiliiii'l' r li. d' iiliHiiKli, i or nul i ii.
Hv.n unU Ouortiu eiiuliMitt all of Mi lii rinil. Nu
vuila. M. Uiiaitis,
I'AKK AND WArtltlN'iTON 6TRKKTS
1'OKTI.ANl), OK ICON
A. P. Armstrong, l-L. I'.., Principal
A practical, !iroKreivi: ichoot, cuiiKtiicuoua
for thi.rout;)! wuik.witli liiitn'.ri 1 of r.oluate-n
in poHltimta n liookktrciwrH uti'l atrnorujituTa.
Already proiifl of u liili Mandiiijf whtrcver
kiiourn, it att.uii'.y grow licttir niiil iKtlfr.
0eii all the-year. Slul:ntH ath:;ittt 1 uiiy time.
1'rivutc or clasH iiwtructiuii. I.ruru what and
liow we tfuch, iimi it Imt it tosU. Catalo)jiie frte.
. Hoard of Directum
IJ. 1 TIlOMI-.iON, I'Kf.SIUl'.NT
U. hOI.IS COlII'N - - DAVIO M. DUNNK
Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Window and
Door Casings, Beehives and Furniture
of all kinds made to order. Write for
estimates on contract work & material
HANDLEY & CLENDENEN
Uo You Want a Home?
Ili-re in a mihi fur soiiicIumIv who
wantH to liny u lino liuiisu in l.ukoviuw ,
ut u tnoiltiriiti! cost. Wn liuvo for huIo a
coiiiinoiliiniH ilwi-UiiiK Iidiimu uml lot
two-story Iioiihh (new), II rooniH, lino
vun, lii'Hiiiil'ul locution, on Main stroi-t;
lot KlxL'IU fitt. Jnitiiro ut Tlio Kx-aniini-r
ollic ut once, uh tlio option will
remain oieu but a tjliorl tiuiu. H If
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...C. H. DUNLAP...