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LAKE COU.M i LXA.niSt; l,aKUVICV. OREGON .OCT 2 1 . ,1901.
ACTIVITY"' drvaaaa, tha Haaaanaald and
The McCloud Kallrortd Hay he the
l:lrt to Rcnch Southeastern
Oregon to I'ind an La st
Tin Allurit" rn-ioiidwit lotliK Adin
AruinsM.vsll.m railroad iiMllcationa !, f,frrywh,r(, on Ul, fioMt f Malm-.
ticVlnnitii( to ln.w llifiimdvfa along si-v ,! think it would la aas to gat
ral llni's ami unli-H all signs lall tbf j your washing- dona, but It Isn't,
imxt tlirm yearn will sin a r Kr,," j "n the Island where I wh star
li.vi'..iiuin in tli Inlurlor region i l ' lng tha first wtsk all my things wera
Northorn California and Soiithrn 'll" IT n.llaa and mllea away to
gon. leading Hplmlifitii of Full Hive
Valley, who at Inliinatfly sssorlntKd
wtlli T. H. Walki-r, l'rtsldnnt of llio Mc
Cloud IliviT railroad have rntly Immi
in Altitrus. r'roui 1 1 if in it was learned
that l'ridint Walker rwumly nimln a
trip Into ttil country as (ar a the I'ojw
ranch whlrh U on thtt omn plain near
Canity. Mr. Walker (IIowm1 the line
of tt procd rsi(ion of the railroad
and took a'-tirt iin-a'tirenii'iits a to
grades, mutea, diatsiires and all other
matters of Interest to a railroad man.
It Is aimed on th ahnvtt authority th
the road will Inlelide4 Into
C i v r country next summer and th
year after will eome on to Almra. Tim
iii-it year it will Im punhml still (urllii-r
north, a Mr. Walker, in order to plm e
hit lunilier in the Kaelerii eo.:niry,
Hud it necessary to punii on to a nut
niM'tton with the Oregon Miorl Line,
and in addition to lilt own Imimhi-n I hoi
coiilldein i in the future of the rounlry.
Jt,J thoituht t litn road will in time prove
lo In, a psrl of the hum Coi.t..i..ll-d i
.,' ... : . , c. Lr... I
tireat No-.h-rn K.-- ' ' '
.-,, a- the DMoalme In... I alr,..ly ,
rolisideletl lied or phlge. to I'reiudeiil
Hill, and with thii line tt ( r I m i hii
etti'iixioh fr.iiu l'.l'ii to MemliM'iiio i
all thnl i lie - y to omplele the line
Irmii the Iml'li to the I'ltV. Ill lh
inemitiine ili-velopineiils to the south of
U4 me lii-ii'K Wiili-heil Midi linit:li inter
est. Tin imlii'ill i"li" eeem lloiikt thsl
the Full Itivir mihoad will Ih the flrt
t. tii Sutitlierii Drivoii.
A Typical South African 5tore.
O. U. f.srxui, of Hy Villn, Sundays
liiver. t'lie ( oloiiv, romluits a store
ttpicalof South Afri-a, at which cau le
liun lisx-d anything from th proverbial
"needle to an anchor." This store is
situated in a vtilley nine miles from the
M-arent rsiUav station and aUmt twen
tvtive mils fcim the nearest town.
Mr. Larson asys: "1 am favored ilh
hecusiotnof farmer illiiii a radius
. Uiirlv miles, to manv of whom I
i rj.Vsupplled with CliBitilierlaln's rm
lies. All testify to their value In a
household where, a doctor's advice is
almost out of Ihfl question. Within one
mild of my store the population it per
haps sixty. Of these, within the past
twelve months, no lest than fourteen
have liecn ah olulely cured bv Cham
berlaln's CouhIi Hemedy. This must
surely I a record." tor sale by Lee
Much Maligned Olficlal.
It I said that Msmhsl Morse, who
was ordered by Judge lU-llinuur of Port
land to( tear down the Jesse I). Carr
fences at Clear I-ake, is a much ma
lilfiied man. It was said of Morse that
he did n it carry out the court's in
atructions, but did cut a hole in another
man's fence adjoining the Carr bari
cade. It was altfo Intimate! that Carr's
henchmen hsd bounlit off the Marshal.
The Ashland Record defends the Mar
shal in the case at Issue in the fl-
. lowing manner:
"We think these parties are mistakan
'in at leant a iortion of the lUtemenla
made. Deputy U. r. Marshal H. L.
Morse would not do anything of the
kind he will obey the or lers of the
court. The trouble is that the Portland
and San Francisco dailies v it out
that the fences of the entire NO.OOOacrej
were cut dow n. The truth of the mat
ter la that only that portion of the ille-
aally enclosed land on the Oregon sideol
the state line about 8000 acres was
cut down. A fence Just over the Cal
ifornia line protected the balsnce of the
ilh'Kal enclosure in the Ktato of Cal
ifornia where Carr controls the V. 8
district conrt officials."
What 'a Your Face Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin.-ull siuns of Liver Trouble,
ltut Ir. Kinu'a New Liver Pills uive
Clear Kkin, Rosy Cheeks, Rich Com
plexion. Only 25 cents at Head's Drug
Thpro is a live lortluud Teletiram
press agent in (irants Pass. In the Tele
tirani of the 7th inat. this nulling cor
respondent Ims two articles that were
stolon bodily rom The Kxaminer of two
weeks utro and which were sent to the
Portland evttninn pupur as liot tele
grains. The articles referred to were
icaardiiiK D. R. Jones' salt mine in
Warner, and the Potusli mineral .claims
at Hummer Lake, this county. That
fellow will surely "get the money."
CULTURE IN MAIHE.
"Tha fifit tlma I jro to Maine," aald
the irlrl, iilD(f to chat while aha
tina-kl lirr trunk, relates tha
N York Hun, "I taka with m a
complete relltilold outfit, no as to
nap my Angara at la u miry amenta
a.1,,1 tl.a Ilka. With wilfr. wUr
Portland, or Huston or Iiath. Tha
laundry agent waa a moat obliging
and delightful boy, a aon of an
Amrelcan anihasaador or somathlnfr
aqually Imposing;, and a true, thrifty
Yankee. Ha waa putting tilmself
through aotna university by thla
cleanly aunimer puratilt. And It waa
a pursuit, if pursuit means hunting
for lost things.
"Well, b took my thing Monday,
railed at th cottage In parson, rlls
ruasrd h Tahly tha social newa of th
Island, partook of the gincrr ale our
host, brought out and then went off
wt;h our bundles under hi arm. Sat
urilay he brought bark what thre
waa. It was a very meaner display.
A lot of my things didn't turn up at
all, and all the hooks had bren ripped
off orte of my waists. In an excess of
real, for fenr they would rust. The
aifent wa ery sympathetic. I df
acrlbed the things I was shy on. It
did seem funny, but he never cracked
a smile; he Just Jotted down tie
serlptlons of the missing things In
his little memorandum book and
promised to look them up.
"Vou see he went everywhere and
, mrt hlm ,t rvry tnrk ftIll, (lirn. ,
rnnrMj ,iU UmuU crerr at ,,BIlr0(l
and clamhaki-a and snrh plnees, but '
am told there tver pirls vlio tnckl'il
him boldly during the pnuses of the
Ilostoii dip, or when they were t typed
up on the ede of a eattioat with
him. or anywhere, about thintr
trimmed wilh llnmbiirif and others
ruf'rd and edjjed with torchon.
"I used to aiisail him on the whnrf
when the express boat enme In. He
was really auch a very nloe boy and
took no end of pains. One by one
my things trickled back. He would
come up to me on the wharf, bare
headed, his eyes beaming- and his
"Good mornlntr. there's a petti
coat just in, looks like yours.' he
would aay; or Te had a lettecabout
that stock. It's Wen found. It will
be alon- In a day or two.'
"Once he came up very confidently
to know if I had pink ribbon run In
anything, as there was a corset cover
seeking an owner and he thought I
miffbt be she, although he remem
bered I nevsr sent things without
taking the ribbons out! Nice as he
waa, though, I couldn't patronTie his
old laundry, so I tried various other
"Speaking of tha polite little laun
dry agent makes me think of the lot
of people down In Maine who work
at anything during the summer to go
to college during the other nine
months. The man who ran the trunk
delivery business was a senior at
some university, a terror in Latin
and Oreek, I suppose, and he certain
ly was a wl.nrd with the trunks. He
didn't look at the checks until he got
to your house, and then he general
ly would find he had mixed things. I
ussd to moralise to myself sometimes
as to whether educated service Is as
fond as the plain straight kind.
"For instance, the housemaid at
the eottage where I stayed knew a
lot you didn't expect ker to know,
but from one to ' two things my
hostess 1st drop I fancy Ida fall
short In tha things she was expected
to know. One day at dinner one of
the children asked her father the
French for crumb. He couldn't tell
her, although ha waa educated
abroad. We all tried but none of us
could recollect the word. After din
ner Alice, the little girl, cam out and
asked her father if miatte waa not
the French for crumb.
" 'That's the word 1 was trying to
think of.' he said. 'Who told youT'
"It seems it was Ida who knew.
She got hold of Alice after dinner
and said: 'I wanted to tell you at the
table, Miss Alice, but, of course, I
couldn't speak then.' Ida had studied
French for four years and German
for three in some New Kngland high
school and had aspirations to teach
"The cook, we discovered, went in
for pure English, We overheard Ida
one day describing a man's appear
ance to the cook.
" 'He'a a short, fat man, sunburned,
and generally he wears a cap and
white pants,' he said.
" 'Trousers,' the cook said, In a
really horrified tone, and Ida learned
straightway that pants is a vulgar
contraction, and one which the cook
hated to hear anyone use.
"Hut culture and pure Fii'Mlsh
didn't hurt the cook's art. I v.'ih vou
could have tasted her lobxtir N'eu
burg, or her blueberry cuke or her
other things," snid the clrl, rising
and resuming her unpsckinL' with a
smile of pleasing recollection.
Mono equal our Uoliemian
Laor. Its Hiiperiority in in
it purity, itH ilavor, tstrenptn
and all-round excellence.
Writo for terms and prices.
BUFFALO BREWING COMPANY
Sacramento, Cal. '
G. W WISE.
The flush House,
Plush, Lake County, Oregon
I'trlor on Ma'u lri-vt, pint north of
Flt l'l'a MfirhanillM Hture.
Price. MKlt-rtu snt Hstl.'sction Ousr- J
nutri'il. lilve me a rail.
FRANK T, GUflTHER
J. iV. Maxwell
A lent fer
Ten of the Best
high grade and
S240.00 and up
Organs 850 up
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
4 PORTLAND. ORKCON
A. P. Arautreng, IX. B., Principal
A practical, progressive school, conspicuous
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduates
ta positions ss bookkeepers and stenographers.
Already proud of a high standing wherever
known, It steadily grows . better and better.
Open all the year. Students admitted any tints.
lTtrata or class Instructloa. Lean what and
how we teach, and what It coats. Catalogue free.
Board ol Directors
" D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
D. SOUS COHKN - - DAVID M. DUNNS
Stoves and Ranges
1 They Kav been the ttAatUrd cooken and
hcatcrt lor three gene ration. . Without a
equal; a iigned guarantee with every ACORN.
Greatest variety in pattern and prices offered
hv Anil foundry.
i . I:. rv
StiWrlbcrs to The Kit minor who remove
from one lorsllijr t another, ur rhaiiK"
their pTMUtfnR alrtr-M houll remi'Rile-r 10
drop this ultlce a enl m their paper can be l
drcurd to the risbl Ktofl)ee.
I. kept on Ale t K.C. Mask's I
Advertlntus A-n- 64 and (A
Merchants' Exchsns. Han Francisco. al., i
when- contracts lor advertising eaa be rasde
For an) on killing or steal
big stoc belonging to tbs
South Eastern Oregon
Will bs gtvao tor th arrest and eoorfcition ol any per
son or psraooi stealing an; stock belonging
to members of this Association.
J. D. COUarlLIN,
J. I. INNES, President.
AYRES & SCHLAQEL, Props.
Beer sold Wholesale & Retail
Delivered any place In Town
Northern Stage Line. ;
A.W. BRYAN, Proprietor.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a. m.
every day but Sunday.
Returning, leaves Paisley
at 6 :30 a. m. every day but
Passengers' ara $j. Ronnd trip t$
OFFICE Reynolds A Wingfleld's, Lakeview.
Ana z i
Jlorseshog A Sp2Ci2!tvJ
J. E. BERNARD & SON
ARE DEALERS IN
GENERAL HARDWARE, WAGONS, BUGOIES
IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINES.
WIND MILLS, PUMPS, PIPES, COAL AND IRON.
Call and see us before purchr sing elsewhere and
we will save you money.
L(W BRICK BL'ILDINGH
Dcor Kotilt cf Hotel LaeviEw
Beef, Pork and
EVERY NEED ) r .N RP
EVERY WISH ZuiTFAi
EVERY PURSE ) SL",tu
Have been established by the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC between all parts of
and Its great number of lamona resorts by
which tha epne of a trip is reduced t
a very low and reasonable rate.
FROM ALL PARTS OP CALIFORNIA
TO IMri RF50RTS IN TMK 5HASTA RE
GION, lake t amor and si kkolno
INOS. VOShMITE, THBBIUTREE3,THB
MINUS RIVbU COCNTUV.
FROrt SAN JOAOIIN AND SACRAIENTO
TO 1Mb MOMfckKV BAY COAST.
FROn THE SN JOAOL:iM VALLEY, ARIZONA
AND NEW riEXloo
TO THE SEASHORE IN SOLTHERN CAL- .
IIOVM AMI THE RESORTS OP
For full Information, Inquire of nearest agent
S.l. McNMJGHTON, Proprietoi
Office Hotel Linkville
Klamath Falls, Or.
Leave Lskerlesr at 6:S0 a. m.; arrive al blj
in 11 hours.
Leave Blr at 6 a. m.; arrive at Klarjsth Fslls
lu 15 hours.
Leave Klamath Falls al 7 a. m.; arrive at
Bessrick tn hours.
Leave Beswick at 6 a. m.; arrive at Ager In
Makes coouectioa n itb all trsios at Ager
Passenger, eiprsss sod freight traffi
solicited. All buaioeas entrusted to n
till be expedited.
visit DR. JORDAN'S onkat(
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