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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1901)
1.AKIJ COUNTY EXAIINER: LAKCVIHW OREGON DEC. 19 1901.
"l il cli enough t'T ymi?"
"How Would Jim like to 1st tlin ice
I Itryau of Clover Flat wa In (own
I I IdaV.
Frank It. lloUHtou mm liver (ruin War-
I nfcetioii liHCHnrii are milil In l nu
ll now n In t tifcliland.
For the Viavl Treatment, apply In
Mr. W. I. ihmIi ih k, l.akcvicw, Ore
The I'niled Slate r xl n'- n milrli
l.nim nr tin. rrt ( (tut world com
bined. Vat nickel iliMitN, tli largeat in
the World, have Inmmi hx-.ted ill South
ern I )rcgou.
S. I. Coulter and wife have moved
from Wct iniui'ier, Cal. to Santa A mill, ;
I Irnuge nullity.
Wexti-rn railroad managers are put.
ting on mure train to accommodate in
cieal uk piimeii(er trallic.
( (lie heaiilv bImhiI JeHoe Mimre Whiskey
I you ran alwav ile-inl on It puiity.
Vlwnv on tap at Jammer Ileal'.
JiMo-ph t 'I'lrlimi and wife have pur-
hitid prierty in .Monrovia, Cnl.,
where they cX-c lo make their future
Thou. K n r, the utoiie limiioli returned
to jkevicw' from Altura after com
plcting a line job on the Iuer nlore at
t hat place.
John W. Itencilcl came down from
I'aihley lat Thiiraday and returned
aturday with a load of freight for
The total sale at the art galleries of
the I'nii-Aiuericati Kxpiitiou at l'.uf
(al) amounted t less than $.',mM for
t went y seven picture.
You can't yet a la-lter hair rut in the
city thnn the . til Frnk 1. Smith will
give von at hii tuiioi lal parlor. lleaUo
ha a sine dandruff ure. 42-lf
Jim Hundley and Ashley Fallelt re
turned from Prcws valley hit Thurihiy
where they have Imm-ii working on the
lleryford ltro'a new hoime.
The I ixli ( 'ominiaaioii M'lit from YVuh
iiidtoii to Honolulu haa alrevdy I in
eovered nhotit thirty new varieties many
of which ure HIMI for ftaxl.
The value of the cotton inanufiicturea
-olil hy the I'uited State in the Chim-HC
empire la"t year wait one-third of our
total export of Hiii h commodilie.
The I .a in ii m of Thila't, in mi'iti of their
religion ccrcinoniea, line drum which
are madu hy ft retching anake nkiua
over the cranitiiii of huiniin Kkull.
I o- your dealer keep
.leht Moore Whixkcy ?
I f nut , 1 1 1 h i h t no hi
icttiiiK it for you.
The tincMt in the world.
The IVjjrceof Honor have elected the
lollowiiitf otlircr: Mr. Anim Neilou,
t'.. II., Mii Horn I.in.y, I.. II., M".
Minnie Iliiuhip, ('. S., Mr. Ada Hurvey,
Iteceiver, Mih May Snider, Uecorder,
MImm I'chiI r.iirrua, Kin., MIhn Jonie Har
vey, I'Hher, Miaa Lulu iurrett, I. W ,
'mieiice Snider, f), V.
The Week and
For Examiner Readers
I . I'. Itenellel only purchased 22 head
of horc t I ailcy hint week fur the
r.riindi government. They were put in j
tic I. iHnl witli the M) IichiI (roiu this!
valley nml ilrivcn to Intario In Ih ship-
TIik Ailin I'm king Ci mi piiti v ha trans
formed out two hundred line hog into
Imi'oii, Hint in proving itself mm enter
ri -i nit and siicccvniiiI firm. A packing
t-t n ll ixli iiM-t 1 1 would prove prolltahlo in
almol every tow n in thin part of the
Stale, a lliu New Kf.
French railway return show a tie
crcao of ."tD.iMHI.fMMt franc In receipt
compnri with hint yenr, and a the ex
penililnre hn retiiaineil the same
the Companies have nppliel to the
slate to make good the dcficieni y iliac
l ot. Inure w ith the lerniN of their guar
i II. I'alrympln and ('. I). Seion
have formed a partnership to miike a
tranm-ript of the record of Ijike county.
Il will Mijiiiie coiiiderahe time and
work to traiiHcrilie the record of thi
county, hut will Im a v uahle pie-e of
Woik W hen completed. They Will Colli
meiice Jan. It.
If vim would have an apctitc like a
(ear and a relih for your meal lake
I ' 1 1 it in I M-rhi i ii ' Stomach and Liver Tate
let. '1 hey cornel dimirder of the
Mounted and regulate the liver and
howel, I'rice Sumplc free, nt
l-e l'.ciiir driiK xUirc.
Over HIKNI women nre employtHl
I in tin varioii tioveriiinent olliee in
j WanhiiiKton, IM)44 of whom have entered
the eel ice alter competitive examina
tion. Nine hundred of them arc paid
mihiric ranuuiK from flO(K) toflHOO a
year, the other la-intf pid tho com
liittiou of ordinary clerk f ( to
f'HNI a year.
A peculiar viitiii( curd, the fai-hion of
which would rceui to he ipiite general on
the continent ol !'"roie, ta-ar the name
and aildre in the uual manner; on the
other fide are printed acro each cor
ner the word "Vinite," "Conne," "Fe
licitation," "I'ondoleiice." the idea U
intf to turn up the corner which ex-prt-HHc
the purixic of the cull.
Oywter cocktail, fri-Hli, temp'rate and
delicioiiN, jut received at I'oHt King'.
Tt.in lu.i-..riiru iu I'.irv f. f n.u 1 1 i n it iu I
gHl for the Htouiucli and huild up the i
Vleiu. If your apianlte l tailing try
an ovhIit cocktail; it i alway pahtt
able and give an appetite lor other
food. I'liysiciaus re"omuiend it, and
I 'oat it King alway have it freh and
pure, put up hy the U'hI iiniuudiciurers
in the city. " ')-tf
l'.etweeli 4l),(KK) and .Vl.OtHl w iimen pas
annually through the primin of Fug
land and Wales. Taking tho figures
for hint year it Hppear that 72 cr cent
lui been prevlouslv convicted, 42 per
cent live time ami more than 15 per
cent iilmnt 7(HH) twenty time or more.
American miinufacturer seek ing new
market will not succeed, says a w riter,
mile they miike their packages small
enough for carriage on a mule's hack
nnd wrap their wares in red paper in
stead of brown. The heathen puru!uter
prefers red ; if Is luck;er.
iVj V J
At New Pine Creek's
' "LEMON &
Jcxce Ifoum-, a you'iK man 1H year
old met with a net ion accident in th
electric wirk at Fall 'iiver one day lat
week. In ome unknown way hi
hand hern in e entangled in a awift ri
volviiiK Miaft, and the lnt three
linger of the left hand were torn off at
the mi. idle joint taking with them the
tendon ol the finger from the elliow,
the arm wa hIho hroken juxt la-low the
Few a tin; aloiia are in Miihippi
they pay nearly one-third of the State's
total income from privilege. Mii
ippi i regarded a one of theuiont ultra
of I'rohihition Sate, made o hy the
antixaliMiu aeritiinent in a majority of'
the countie under the ha'al option
ayctem. Fourteen of the counties pay
the hulk of the ).r0,(XK) received an
nually from this tax.
In the High School in Sioux City,
Iowa, the school lioiird has undertaken
what i proving to he a very successful
experiment in serving hot lunch to the
pupils at cheap rates. A lunch room
ha la-en fitted up and there the scholars '
can purchase many hot clinhes at mini-'
mum rates. Kverything is sold for
checks, which ran tie obtained in lots of
10 and 25 cents worth.
The Fire ami Lighting Committee, of
the Council of New Orleans, La., has
ri'ix-rted favorahle on the pansage ef an
ordinance giving a franchise to a tele
phone company which undertakes to
provide phones at very low rate. The
ordinance provides that within IS
mouths JO.IKH) telephone ure to le in
stalled in the city free of coat, and the
rutcH are to be 2 cents for the ue of a
phone for a period of live minutes.
What is called a railroad graveyard
,mH ,H'e" MtaWiahetl ly the New
Central at Rochester. Hundreds of cars
put out of service by wreck or condem
nation, are torn apart and destroyed.
rhe work not only requires physical j
M rcnglh hut mechanical training. The
man must submit to the strain of ham
mering, pulling rivets and untwisting,
which is imK)Hcd upon him, without
complaint. It requires patience, skill,
Klrciiglh and ac. ivity to be a railroad
While there h:u been for years a
steady decreiife iu the number ol sailing
vesM'l, French and Cierman merchants
have found it profitable to ue veiy
large, vessels of this kind. A five
master of 0000 tons now being built at
Konen w ill bo the largest sailing vessel
in tho world.
READY TO WEAR LINES
Fleeced Wrappers, Flannelette Gowns,
Flannelette and Eiderdown Dressing Saques
Knit Underwear, Ladies' Waists and Skirts
Ladies' Coats, Capes and Fur Collarettes,
Muslin Underwear, Ladies' Children's and
Misses Rubbers, and Rubber Goods every
kind, Men's Felt Boots and Bootees (new).
C. U. SNIDER . . .
ERECTED IN 1900
! For COnriERCIAL
I . TRAVELERS
F. H. MILLER & CO., Prop'rs, F. P. LIGHT, Man'gr
Equitable Life Assurance society;ot the u. s.
20-I'avment Life F'.quitable policy No. I the policy and dividend into fully Taid
2".f.,.,X2'on the life of Mr. O. M., of I up policy for 17,410. 3d. To receive
HrooWU-n. reeentlv matured, offered the ! surrender value of the policy in caeh
I holder the following options n settle-
ment: 1st. To continue policy (now ful
Iv paid tipl for f 10,000 ami receive acash
dividend of fS.Oll.tH). 2d. To convert
Hotel de Barry f
0 W. K. BARRY, Proprietor.
A Model Country Store
Dairy, Klamath Co., Oregon
At tbc Excelsior ya can get
aaything troaa a paper a4 pias
toaUwalot. II th article
dor not bappea to be In
stock I can get It for you.
Pos toff ice in the Store
fll.43H.80. tor insuranc rates ana par
ticulars, write or call on J. L. Smith,
agent. ConsulUtion and office treat
Lage Sample Rooms
Of Commercial Men