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LAKE Cl-UNTY CXAHINUK: LAM.VIEW ORHOON M AKCfl 7r IW2.
GO WAY BACK
AND SIT DOWN
The fii!l inn from the Nev York Sun
U!i ril'8 tb origin of tin amg ' (inv
ltatk and Sit In " "The popular
phrase 't w;iv hick, and ?it l-v it . hit"
lvti i'i-di'ed to many koiu ," fid tho
nm-ic pohlihir,"hut the true -tory haa
never lieen printed
"One niuht about a year ait", avventl
coiort il spurt timbered in a atthwm in the
Tenderloin, owned ly ft lieitro, anil pat
roniitfil chietly b men of his own lace.
In the parly were Smithy, the tenor,
anil Bully, the tout. Smithy oani" from
the west ami dressed in the heiif'it of
fashion, while ullyV'home was in the
Bully had quite a turn of ill luck,
and his attire suffered in consequence.
Smithy lx'mi kidding him him shout it.
Finally Bully etl anury. He si-d
Smithy up from head to foot for a few
seconds and then sailed in :
"Yo, am er dude, yo' am he heiran,
contemptuously. "Yo done come 'round
here and try t' lit de folks know dat yo'
aui liven 'on easy street.'
"Say, nitftt'T. do yo' see dat chair
yonder by dat stove? Take mah advice
an' go 'way hack an' sit down, an' w 'en
yo' git dere, stay dere an' don't come
back no more t'-nittht. Understand,
Al Johns, a colored musician, w ho was
present, thought the phrase was unique,
and the next day he told Elmer Bowman
a negro song writer about it.
Johns thought it would make a good
title for a song, so Bowman wrote some
verses which J.ihns put to music.
Having a Run on Chamberlain
Between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and closing time at night on Jan.
25th, 1901, A. F. Clark, druggist. Glade
Springs, Va.. sold twelve bottles of
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy. He
eavs, "I never handled a medicine that
sold better or gave better satisfaction to
my customers." This remedy has been
in general Ut-e in Virginia for many
years, and the people there are well ac
quainted with its excellent qualities.
Many of them have testified to the re
markuble cures which it has effected.
When you need a good, reliable medi
cine for a cough or cold, or attack of the
grip, use Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy
and you are certain to be more than
pleased with the quick cure which it
affords. For mie bv Lee Beall.
Shingle Till For Sale.
The only exclusive shingle mill in
Lake county is offered for sale. The
owner has concluded to dispose of it and
engage in other pursuits. The mi l is
located 12 miles northwest from Lake
view, and is situated on a creek in a de
lightful summer location. The mill is
run by steam and is complete with ma
chinery and everything necessary for the
manufacture of shingles. It has a ca
pacity of lO.fHtO shingles a day for two
men. Willi tke mill will be sold 40
acres of deeded timber land, as fine as
can be found in the county. For further
particulars inquire at The Examiner
Mr. C. B. Wingfield, of Fair Play,
Mo., who suffered from chronic dysen
tery for thirty-five, years, says Cham
lerlain's Colii:, Cholera and iJiarrhoea
Kemedy. diil him more good than any
other medicine he had ever used. For
sale bv Lee Beall.
The hopeful view consump
tives take of their own cases is
strongly in their favor. Each
y-rr is showing a larger per
( t0e tf cures.
One of the best reasons for
hope is the record of
ocott's Emulsion as a medicine
for consumptives. So long as
the system is strong enough to
use medicine of any kind it can
use Scott's Emulsion.
The reason for its helpful
ness in this disease is because
of its long tolerance by the
patient ; one does not tire of
it as quickly as other medi
cines and that is where the
great benefit comes.
At l.vt a lion linn tccn found who ap
preciates the Congressional lUiii'tniy
for what it is worth. A promising news
paper man editor of North Wash., a-1
knowledges the receipt of one of these
va.ln.ihle- books, sent him by Kepreent
alive Cushmiin. in the following lan
guage: 'I am in receipt of vour billet doux
about the epvial edition of the Con
gressional Directory, hand-tooted, hound
in leather, illuminated initials, lami
nated sides and bottom, ivory handled,
fitted w ith a corkscrew, geared to 8ti rev
olutions a minute and all mine because
my name has In-en stamped n it in
letters of enduring gill at the expense of
l lie govern men t and at the request of my
congressman. You have my thanks
my vole and my enthusiastic support
were youis, anyway forever. Y'on
touched me off with this directory, at
the proper time. I am under everlasting
obligations. 1 was dow nhearted, bilious,
had lost all desire. My tongue was
coated witn yellow fir, and the world
seemed slipping gently hence. Farewell
my own sweet love, land of Pierpont
Morgan and home o( octopus I I thought
I was a 'goner,' toon to be like the fair
est flower of the meadow nipped by an
untimely frost. Then came your letter,
and then later came the directory, and I
took the same according to directions,
and now I feel like 'a new man. That
was all I needed, and when next you see
me you will behold one who waa given
up for lost by all the local physicians
and nearly all the crowned heads of
Europe, and waa saved by the Congres
Spirited Town Election.
In the town election at Klamath Falls
on March 10th, opposing lorces had a
lively "scrap." A mass meeting of citi
zens nominated a ticket, and all went
sw imniingly until the eve of the election
when another ticket was put up on the
quiet. A strong fight was made by the
"quiet" boys on election day and they
won out. The town trustees elected
were Alva Beats, George Hum, John
Campbell, Joseph Pierce and Win, Tor
rill ; reminder, Fred Schallixk ; treasur
er, J. W. r-iemans. The Klamath Ke
pu hi lean in commenting on the election
"The mass convention was urged as
eminently the fair and proper manner
to prepare for a town election a fact
which would doubtless be conceded
even by those who favor hatching a
ticket in the dark and springing it on a
usually indifferent public on the eve of
Now, it is different over here in Lake
view. There are no glittering induce
ments offered in the election of town
trustees, and the office has to run fast to
catch the man. No one wants the job
and it simply goes begging.
Are you suffering from Rheumatism,
Weak back, Nervous trouble, or Gen
erally run-down system? Use Electric
Belts and Batteries. For men and
women. Electric Insoles keep the feet
warm and prevent catching cold. For
booklets and circulars, address,
Electric Appliance Co.,
lOtf. Medford, Oregon.
That Telephone Line.
Our Lakeview neighbor The Exam
iner, wants to wager that the telephone
line from Ashland to Alturas will he
built by fall, and says that it will be
run to a place that will "yield good re
turns." The Record win harard the
cigars on the proposition and will also
wager a large number of "promises to
pay" thai the line ia not built by tbat
time, beside will put up several cords
of wood that we have atauding out in
the timber. 8o; dig up' now, or come
down off the fence. Cedarville'Kecord.
We will meet the Record on the
cigar proposition they must be Sharp's
Lakeview smokers, best in the shop
on our original proposition Ashland to
Wallace Taylor, superintendent of the
Chewauean Land A Ca! Company,
liusgone to Portland on busiueus.
I kl.NSl.l) TMIj LOOK.
1 kiSHi the eHk - nil, inc. he a ill vine!
Chccka petted, ilnik litdii rye, lip reit na
Lena apron, with n liinv,
A in I' w Mle anon -lly
far too IctiipHtn:, Hi t klavd Hie cook.
1 klNi-it the cimk, thin untii'l from the Nklex,
And yet I ill'l not take h r 1 .r,ir.e.
Twa iiie.tn. 1 Ul allow,
lint U jou'l ma1.!' I hi- nw
Til keep ll, I'll tell . lie rt I klvie.l Hie cook,
I kleil the clink i,Mr. hclplc.a l ltle la,
The chance ao wood I cnul 1 lint let It paa;
Her hand Here III lli dough i
She dare 1)41 Nml, vim know.
My mutiny null, aiel no t kNac.l Hie eeok.
I klxaeil Hit conk, I mithi have hern more
IIhi I gncaa II WHMi't vi rv w roe it.
For. Jtiai 'Iwei'ii you a. 'I n ,
The etHik'n my wile, la ah e ,
So Til a riuht, you are, to kla the cuek.
Jatnra i 'uiirlurjr 'hall la.
W orklni 24 Mjurs a Day.
There's no rest for those tin-leas little'
workers Dr. K inn's New Life I'llls. !
Millions are h1hC Imay, curing Torpid j
Liver, Jaundice, iiihi'ii-ne-x, I ever and
Avne. 1 tiey tan.sli Mek lleailacl.e,
drive out Malaria. Never uripe or
weaken.' inall, tiite nice, work won
ders. Try them. 2.V al It' Beall's.
Never Budged U.
Iieferiing to theearthiiiiikp that shook
up Lakeview and AsiaMinor a few
weeks ago, the Paisley Post says : I-ke-
view had several shock from earthquakes
last week at interval from Thursday
night the lh to Monday iiihl the lOih.
Some of the shocks were quite Nrcept
ible and was caiiae for considerable
excitement. The shaking must have
been intended for lakeview, a noshock
was felt in l'aialey, or else the fact that
Paisley Hople are always on the J'Mnp
pre ven teil any notice Wing taken of a
A really healthy woman han lit
tle pain or discomfort at tho I
menstrual period. No woman
needs to have any. Wine of I
Cardui will quickly relievo those
smarting menstrual pains and ,
the dragging head, buck ami I
side actios caused by falling of
the womb and irregular menses.
has brought crniannnt relief to
1,000,000 women who suffered
every month. It makes tho men
strual organs strong and healthy.
It is the provision made by Na
ture to give woiui.n relief from
tho t.rrihln Ai'Iiea f.rtil iminnul.lnli
... . 1 " aj
blight so many lion . t"
UaaaNwoon, La., o-t. la, !'
I hava hiutl Vltrv Mirk '..r mt.L Hin.
I waa takon wt 1 u aevrrj piu , ti.v
uouit vuuei uo. "-ii any rei.tr 1 rill.
I trlod a botthj of Wiuo fCariiul. Ho- I
for 1 had taken of P I waa relieved
I fuel it my 1 u' y U aay that you have a
Mas. M. A. You ST.
ForailTlfw.'.n'l III. ratura, iMraaa. rlrlntr aymp
toma. '! ha i..i. a' AilTiaurjr IM4n:n-fii,lf 'J aa
Cliauauouca kediciua Co., CuaiiauooKa, Teuu.
AdmlnlHtralor'ai otlr -.
In Hie matter of the eatate of Alfred Melluw
NOTII K la hereby Klven, that the underalirn
ed haa heeii, hy all order id Hie Coiinly Court
of Lake County, Orefe-oii, made and entered 011
the lull day of February, VArl, duly aiiilutedna
Adiuiiilatralor of the i-alale of Alfred McUowell,
All peraona indebted In aald ealate are here
bv re'pieated to aeltle aueh lndebledneaa wllh
the Ad iiilnlalraUir at onee, and thoae hav I K
elu 1 111 a aKultiHt aald eatat.i will ore aeut the aame,
duly veritled, the .ro.er vouchera, to the 11 11
deralKned, at her n-Hiduiiee, near I'IiihIi, Lake
County, OreL'on, wilhin alx nionlha from Hie
dale of the rirnt ini I.I lint lull ol Ihia iiullei!.
Hated March 1.1, 11. 10
Admlniatrator of the entail' of Alfred Mellow
ell, deeeaaed. '
TIHHKR I.ANII NOTM K
United Htatea IJllld Office,
Lakeview, On-Kon, Met) 11, 1U02.
Notice ia hereby Klven that In compliance
with the nrovlalona of I he art of Connreaaof
Junes, 1K78. entitled "An act for the aale of
timber Inrula III the HtHtua of California, Ore
mm, Nevada and WaahliiKlnn Territory, " aa ex
tended tu all the fubliu Land 8lalea by aet of
Annual 4. 1W, (ieiirne Conn, of Paialey,
10 11 illy ol Lake. Hlatc of Oregon, haa tbla day
tiled In thia office hla aworu atateinent No. M,
for the puruhaau of the H'X NK'4 Heu. 10 and HU
NW'HfC, 11 lu Tp No. 34 H, Hanirii No. 17 K.
and will offer proof to ahow that the land
ought la more valuable for lta timber or atone
than for aKricullural purimaea, and to eatabllab
hla claim to aald land before the Keiriater and
Receiver of tliia ottli e at l.akevlew, Oregon, on
Tueaday, the Milh day of May, I'M. lie names
aa wllliuaaea: Allwrt A. farrow, H. W. Farrow,
Klchard i-.HIierluek, John IV. Heneflel all of i'ala
ley, Or. Any and all peraona elalinliiK ad veri
ly the almvu dexi rlbed luuda are reiiieateij ,a
file their elalma in Ihia office on or before aald
Midi davof May. I'.. K. M. HaiT4iN
' V Am
requires physical and mental
ability of a high degree to
w ithstand its hard labor. The
hiyh tension to which the
nervous system i constantly
stibjrvtri, has a depressing ef
fort, and soon headache, baik,
at he, neuralgia, rlicuni.it iMn,
svi.itica, etc., develop in severe
form. Sit. h was the case of
Mail Carrier S. F. Sweinhart,
of Huntsvillc, A!a., he says:
"An ail.uk of pneumonia lilt me
wi h muti.ul.ir rliruiu.it. 111. Iicidachr,
an I p una that arcuicd to he all mcr
ni-. 1 waa acarirly al'la t nmve lor
uUi;;t a nun 1)1 hcu 1 dceiiicJ to i;ivc
ami Nerve 1'ljilrr a trial In l)ir-
ila)I us x an no mv routr and in
two rr 1 waa free frmnpaiu an J
gaiuiuj in flcib auj aliFii'ltk
Sold hr all Druislata.
Of. Mllea Medloal Co., Elkhart, In)
Tha inhabitanU of ths aillsfe of
hrtwynd sod olhtrs near by have a
nnlqu way of raeeivina; and rndinjf
malL Kotly ordtra wr rerrlvtd
to dlarnntinut tkt Mat oftict at Chrl
wynd barauaa of rural mall clallirrj
paaaififr arlthia ha'.t a tullo of that
plara. and so a larr aim trta at the
rrnat nada was utllitar) and madf tu
srrve as a poat rffle. Thar a art 17
boats attached to tbt trt. htaidts Ihr
ITiiTtrnnitnt mail hoi, whirh it uard
aoltly for mny ordm, rrfitrri1 Irt
trt, rte. (httwynd irts all its mall
in a large born on tbt Itft of tht trtt,
and fully J0 proplt rrctlvt mail at
this trtt. Tht tlm ia a mair niflcrnt
aptctmta of its kind, riainir fully loo
fett. withnut a limb wilhl n 30 fri-t of
tht ground. It la thrre frt in diainr
ttr at tbt bottom. Imlianapolia .N'rw .
Niwal ("titarrh quickly yii Ida to trunt
nient !y Kly a Cream Jlulm, whirh ia nreiv
ably arotuatie. It ia raeeived UirotiijU tho
noHtriUi, elcaiiHea and beiila the whole ur
faeai over whii h it difTum-a itaolf. liruu-lata
si'U the 60o. aizaj Trial aie by liiml, 10
ceuta. 'I'etit it and you am sure to continue
To accommodate tin we who are partiul
I to the um of atomizers in applying liqunla
I into the naaal paiaanea fur oiturrhul trvu.
1 bit, the proprii rs prepare t'rram Halm in
liquid form, wlnrn will I'O known aa r.iy a
Liquid Cream Ilnlm. I'ruo ineliidiiiK the
aprayinff tul a ia 75 ceuta. linigiata or by
maiL The liquid form embodies the mod.
icinal properties of the solid preparation.
kM4.0 60 YEARS'
A Traoc Manns
Anvnna aanrtlna a akati-h and itMuirlptliin may
Onlrh IT aaeartaln our tiiiliilnn fraa arhaihar al)
Invantiim la probably paieiitahla. Conuiiuiilra-
tlima at nctlr oonadantfi
lyooiiDaenuaj. iiaiiaiMHia 011 i-aiunia
aenl fr. oldaal atfeney for aMurltia patwnla.
l'atmita Imkau ttiroutfll Muuii St 1
throuim Muuii a 1.0. receira
twruxl not lea, without cliaraa, lu tha
A handanmely lllnat rat d waekly. l araaat rlr
cnlatlnn of anr aeiaiitinn 1'iuriial. 'Inrnia, :i a
ynar 1 four nontha, II. Bold br all ruiwadealera.
MUNN & Co,86,Brod- New York
Braucb Olrlna. tat T BU, Waahluaiou. I. C.
t'nited Htatea Land iftli at Ijtkevlew, Ore
koii. February M. MLrl. Nollee la hereby Klven
thai the follow inx-named m iller haa Hied no
tice of hla intention to make final proof in
auplxirt of hla claim, and Hint aald iiruol w 111 be
made before the Kcniaier and lleeelver at
Lakeview, ur.Kon. 011 April 2, VAri, vli:
Michael Murphv. II. K. 'IM'i for the Ion 1, a, 8
.V 4, Hec. 2, T. 41 H., II. 4 h.. W. M. lie llainea
the follow Iiik wltueaaca to prove hla coullnii
mil reaidenee iimii and cultivation of aald
land, vis: Al. Adami, Thomaa Huott, Chnrlea
HiKlgea and Al. Iew la, all of Mellermltt, Neva
da, fehtfa K. M. BKATI AIN, Kexialur.
TIWHF.II (ILTIHK FIWAI. PK4MIK
I'nlled Htatea Land Ottlee,
l.akevlew, Oreiion, Feb, 12, 1!M)2.
Nttlce ia hereby Klven that Uordou S .
Garrett baa filed nollee of Intention ! make
final proof before the Jli'Klatcr ami Keeeiver, al
hia office in Lakeview, Oregon, on Friday the
lOtih day of March, 1KU2, on timber culture ap-
r llcatlon No. Mas, for the NK quarter of ace
iou No 12, In Township No. 40 U Hauge No. IS
E. lie names aa wltnesaea: L. I), ftobliiaoti,
B.C. Arthur. Warren (iorden, of Lakeview,
Oreiron, and O. F-. Charlton of New l ine
Creak, Oregon. , K. M. I1KA1 TAIN,
PINAL. I HOOK.
United Htatea Land Office, Lakeview, Orison,
Jan. 24, lM. Notice Is hereby Klven that Hie
following named settler haa filed notice of
her InteutloiHU) make final proof In support of
hia claim, aud that aald prool will be made be
fore The Kralatcr and Keeeiver at Lakeview,
Oregon, on March 8. vis: Ida I'liernon.
widow of William I'hiraon, deceased, II. K.
74, for the WW NW Hec.8T.40H K. IV F...
HE'i tiK'i and Lot 1 Hec. 1 T. 40 H., K. IM K. lie
uainea the following wltueaaea to prove hla
conlinuoiia rcaiileuce upon and oulll vnl Ion of
aald land, vis: W. K. Hernard, Ira Moahler,
Marahall Flaher, Itaacomb Fialier, all of Lake
JuiiW 4 K. M. HHATfAIN, Heglaler.
II. I'.. I . tll It, M, II.
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l.altrt IrM , Or.
nHII'K IliaM a I'liig Hl..tr I alia aiiaai'ti?
r-iiitl.v lay ar tiitild,
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Siit-arrllM-ralu The Kiamlnrr ailio rrmov
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ilielr (Hiaiarrleti addreaa almuld rrmrmkr 10
ilrun tli la itRIrr iarit mn Ihlr m,. wmw 1. B .t
lreaa. il to Hie rl(lll wlnlnt'r.
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CMNNKI TION WITH HTAdK AT:
Ternio, for Ijtkevlew, I'alaley and I luh. Ore.,
and Ft. Illdwell. Lake City, edarvlllc, Adlu,
All urn and lll. ber, 1 alll.
Hot Hurliiga..- for xiaudiah and riiiaanville,
Imy c - for Mllfiird, laneaville and lliintln
Vlnliiir- for liynlton, Imw iilevllle and Caiinl
bell'a 1 1 ol hpruiK", I allf.
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