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LAKE COUNTY GXAfllNER: LAkiiVlEW ORECION APKIL.io, 1902.
A COWBOY BALL.
Olt ' little oaae-heai roeay.
Trot 'tin out upon the floor l
Liac p tkere. jroa eusontt Bleody.
Lively. swl One eourde store.
Shorty, shew toot old eoaorere.
Bronco, douse thot cigarette;
top that casein'. Caaitarre, .
'Fore lao lodles! Nov, oil Mil
8'lute jrour ladles, oil togetherl
Ladies opposite toe mi:
Hit the lumber with your Icotherol
Balance oil on' owing yoer dome I
Bunch toe helfert In the middle;
Circle (fair and do-e-i1ol
Toy ottontlon (o (ho fiddle!
P Inf ber round ond ofl you fol
First tour forwardl Boca to places!
Second follow shuffle bockt
Now you're jot It down to ceoee
Swing 'em till their trolten crook!
Genti oil right o-heol ond toeln'!
Swing 'em, kin 'em II yon kin
On to next ond keep o-goln'
Till yer hit yer pardt og'lnl
Vents to eentrr; ladlet round 'em
Form o booker, bolonc oil I
Whirl yer gals to where yon found em;
Promenade oround the hull I
Bolonce to tour partis ond trot 'em
Round the circle double quick I
Crobou' kiuVm while you'v got Vm;
Hold 'em to it II they kick I '..
Lades, left bond to yonr sonoit-sl
Alomon! Grand right ni left !
Bolonce oil on' owing yer honeys!
Pico m up ond fed their belt!
Promenade like skeery col tie;
Bolooce oil on' owing yer sweets!
Shake yer spurs on' moke ,em rot tie;
Kenot Promenade to seoti !
From the Northwest
TONOPAH WILL BOOM THIS
In an interview in a San Francisco
paper James L. Butler has the following
to say of Tonopah: "1 really believe
that in Tonopah we have the best gold
end silver camp in existence. Already
three responsible mining coin pan its
have been formed there and not a
single share of stock is for sale in any of
.these companies. The Mixpah mine,
which is one of the Ktest producers
in the world today, was located by my
wife. She has accompanied me on my
visit to this city. My brother and I
found Tonopah about a year ago. We
have been seeking minimi property in
that country for years, and I have per
sonally prow led all over that territory
which is now becoming famous. There
are only 2000 people living in Tonopah
now, but this summer 10,000 will go in
there. One man is sending in now a
printing plant worth 110,000, and an
other is going with him to publish a
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure o cold in
one day. No cure no pay. Price 25 cents. 44ly
A Raging, Roaring FJoed.
Washed dow n a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis, of LiHbon, la., had to
repair. "Standing waist deep in icy
water," he writes, "gave me a terrible
told and cough. It grew worse dailv.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland.
'eb., Sioux City and Omaha said I had
Consumption and could not live. Then
l began using Dr. King's ew Discov
ery and was wholly cured by six hot
ties." Furtively guaranteed for Coughs,
Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles
by Lee Iieall. Price 50c and f 1.00
Are ou suffering from Rheumatism
Weak back, Nervous trouble, or (ien
erally run-dow.i 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.
MIRROR, SCALiiS, L'lC.
There was a man. And his
mirror said " sallow skin.'
And the scales said "losing
weight." And his friends die
wag their heads as he passec
by. But being a prudent mai
he forthwith swallowed dail)
certain pleasant doses of Scott'f
Then his mirror said "rutlch
face." And the scales sunt
beneath his weight. ' And hi
friends looked upon him witl
CN'oik. This is no fable but is tiv
We'll send you a Utile to try, if yuu l i t.
SCOTT & liOWNE, 40Q l'esrl street, New Yuik
TWO YEARS' QUEST ENDED.
rrefeoeae Javsaeo, Now rrretaleat of
North woatora Valreroltr.
After aeeklnf two years for a suita
ble head the Northwestern university
of Chicago baa finally ended Ita quest
by unanimously electing Profoasor Ed
mund J. James to the presidency of
that Institution of learning.
Profeaoor James la forty-seven yeara
old and for the paat atx yeara Iims been
PBOTESSOR KDMl'ND J. JAUK8.
a rnriuber of the faculty of the I'nlver
sity of Chicago, where be was profess
or of public administration and di
rector of the university extension di
vision. I tuft-saor Jauies assumed bla
new duties r'c-b. 1.
The new head of the Northwestern
university Is a native of Illinois and a
graduate of the Institution of which be
now takes charge. He studied at liar
vard and In tbe universities of Berlin,
Lelpsic and Halle.
QUEEN'S MAID OF HONOR.
t'oangest Heather of Qaeeo Aleiaa
dra'e Official Fatuity.
The Hon. Sylvia Edwardee, youngest
maid of honor In Queen Alexandra's
household, waa given tbe same post at
tbe age of seventeen in tbe olllclal
family of tbe late Queen Victoria. Her
appolutiueut aroused a good deal of In
terest at the time, for It bad not been
the custom of the late queen to appoint
aa maid of honor any young lady who
bad not already seen aometblng of tbe
She Is highly accomplished, and as
she spent a portion of her early girl
hood In France she sjieaks French flu
ently. Miss Edwardea la very musical, a
taste which commended her to her
THE HO. BYLT1A EDWABPEH.
present royal mistress. With her mnj
esty's tliree other malda of honor, the
Misses Vivian and Miss Mary Dyke,
the Hon. Sylvia will taUe a prominent
part In the great historic pageant of
Down the Farm.
"1 always like to have farm hands
around uie," said the thrifty old farm
er. "So do 1!" giggled his only daughter.
wJ.o hud just been bugged by Zeke
Toprail. Chicago News.
"What would yer do. Mac, If the fiv
er was all whisky?"
"Wliusky: Why, uion. I'd drown tue
"Here's an artlclo on giauimnr which
millntrilliK tliiit I'nlted Slates is plural."
bit id Sini: s.
"That's singular." commented Spikes.
Philadelphia North Auicrlcun.
The Jacksonville Times Is defunct
couldn't make a Nickel.
Tla Oaay To Peel Good.
Countless thotisnds have found a
blessing to the hody In Dr. King's New
Life fills, which positively cure Con
sumption, Kirk Headache, Disslness,
Jaundice, Malaria, Fever and Ague anc"
all Liver and Momarh troubles. Pur
ely vegetable; never gripe or weaken.
Only 25 c at Iee BeaM's drug store.
to curbXcold in one day
Toko Illative Brnmn Quinine Tablets All
rii(lsi rvlunit the nn.u. jr II It fall to rtire. K.
W. orure's alsuolute Is on each hoi. itto. 44lr
Me Kpt Hla LeiT
Twelve vears afto J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford Conn., scratched his let with
a riistv wire, Intlamstion atxi bloo.1
poisontiiK set in. For two yean he iuf-
urjred aniitnistion, "hut," he writes, Ij
nne.1 one tMittle nt Me, trie Hitter and j
119 lt,ia nl Urn-It Ion ' Arni.-a !
onu my ieir was sotimi ami well so ever. '
ror r.ruptione, r.ciema, Tetter, Salt
Kheum, Sores and all hlood disorders
Flectric Hitlers has no rival nn earth.
Try them. We will guarantee saiia
faction or refund the money. (nlv N)
cents Sold hv Ie Hesll.
The frreateat ambition of Amer
ican men and women Is to have
homes blessed with children. The
woman afflicted w ith female dis.
ease is constantly menaced with
beoominjf a childleea wife. So
medicine can restore dead or
gans, but WIno of Cardul du
regulate dcrang-emenU that pre
vent conception; does prevent
mlscarriafre ; does restore weak
functions and shattered nerves
and does bring babies to homes
barren and desolate for years.
Wine of Cardul gives women the
health and strength to bear heal
thy children. You can get a
dollar bottle of Wine of Cardul
from your dealer.
1U Morkot Mroat.
Memphis, Tenn., April 14, 1S91.
In February. t(, i to,k out botUaot
wlae of Csraut mod ono porkoajo of
Thedford's Bloek-Draag ht. I faoabeoa
married flrteoa Tears ond bod new
Siren blrto to o ebild nntil I took Wla
oftordui. Now I om mother of tins
oobjr jrlrl which woo born March 11, Halt,
Tbo babe weighs fourteen pounds ond t
feol as well ao any person could feel.
Now my home Is happy ond I neeer wlU
be without Wlno of Cordul In nr hnnso
"n. Mrs. J. w. C. SMITH.
roe artce and llimmra, addrw, slrtno
ST7iii.tx,,., "Tlie IjuIim' Atm. Iwict.
nwtrt ', Tbe (7iiAaoos MxtMue ('uuipaaj,
In the matt'T ot the ustate ol Alfred McDow
XOTIfK Is hereby slven, that the undersign
ed has been, by en nrrl.-r of the County Court
of; I. eke I'ounlv, Oregon, mailt and eui rl on
the lih day of Krbruary. 'r, duly spiHilntedas
Admlnlstralnr ol Ihe estate of Alfred Mct)owll,
All persnna Indebted :n told estate are here
by requested lo settle surh Indebtedness with
the Administrator at nnee, and those bavins
claims against alil estate will present the same,
duly verified, the prox-r vouchers, to the un
dersigned, at her remdeni-e, near I'limh, Ijike
County, Oreiron, oilhln six nionihs from the
dale of the llrht publication of this notice.
Dated Marcb Is, lu
Administrator of tUv estate of Alfred McDow
rnlted states tjiiid OfHci; at takevlew, Ore.
Son. Keiruary 'i-'i. I'Jii. Notice Is hereby ulven
that tbe followiiiif'iiained M:ttler ban til, -it no
tice of bis Intention to make final proof In
mipMirt ol hU claim, and that said i.rool will be
made before the R.itltcr and Kccelver at
l.akevlcu, llrou, on April 21. r.u, viz:
Michael Murpliv, II. K. 'Jl IJ for the lots 1, !f, ;
t, Hec. 21, T. 41 H. , K. 12 K W. M. He names
the follow ilia m ItucsM'S to prove his continu
ous rchl'leiice iiron and cultivation of said
land, viz: M. Ailauis. Tliomaa Heott, ('barb s
HimIki-i. mul Al. U' all of Mclienuitt, Neva
da. fib!f7S K. M. KKAri AIN, KeKlatir.
a l .ai.OI. CHIMIr-.
Culled xtales Land Office, l,nk-vlcw. Ori-non,
March :tl, lltW. Notice Is hereby Klven that
Coliimbiiit Iifftusof l.ake lew, Oregon lias
Hied notice of intention to make proof on fits
deki-rt-laud claim No. ;tH7, for the hW: hW'.
H--. UK!;M.t, rw'.NK' Hco. tWaiul NmT
Nt I , fee. Si T. :i . K. TL K. bi fore the Kck
Ister and Kicelver at l.akevb-w, (irc(on, on
Kridny. the Kill day of June, VMl.
He names the following witnesses to prove
the complete Irrigation and reclamation of
said laud: W. ,. .Mosa of ltkevlew, linnon,
and I.e. Doilson. John Uifftua, U. V. Cooper,
ail of Adel, Ori'xoii.
Viz: J. C. Dodson of Warner Lake, Oregon,
has filed notice of Intention to make proof on
ii Hewn ihiiu ciaim wo. mi, lor uie to., Kir.1.:
N',hK'. l-Wi4hl.', Set. Hi T. 89 H. H. ti E., I
tV M. before tbe Kexlster ond Keueiver ot ;
Lakeview, Oregon, on Friday, the Htti day of
Juue.l'JtrJ. He names the (ollowliiK witnesses I
to prove the complete Irrlsa'ion and reclama
tion of said land : W. '.. Moss and C. (.'. liff
tus of Lakevlew, Orexon and John Lofftua oud
U. K. Cooper of Adel, Oregon.
Viz: Kdlth K. Ixiff tus of I.akevlew, Oregon,
has Hied uollce of intention to make proof on
her desert-land claim No. axa, for tbe VVS w1.
N WUSWU Hec. I HK-tNK N'kSK'i HW4MK
riK'SW''t Sou. I4T.:JS. K.2i K., W. M. before
tin ItcKlHler and Hec.idver at I akeview, Or
egon, on Krlday the Sth day of June, l'.srj. Hhe
names the billowing wltncssis to prove the
comiilete Irrigation and reolainatloti of laid
land: W. Z. Moss, of i.akev,cw, Oregon, J. C,
Dodson of Warner Lake, Oregon, John hofftus
and li. K. Cooper of A-'el, Oregon.
Viz: William Z. Mots of I.akevlew. Orauon.
IIHS ii ien uoi H
I Hied notice of intention to make proof on
, wrV'ii'lL-'M'LL' (!'r itl
iT u i'". K'M"-'4 Sec. .16 1 , , 69 8. K.
'li k., W . M before the Keitisler ond Kuceiver
at I.akevlew. Oregon, on Krlday the Sth day of
Jiiiiii, 1ISI2. lie names the following witnesses
lo prove I he complete Irrigation oud reclama
tion i f said land: J. C. Dodaon, of W arner Lake,
Oregon, C, C. Iiffius of I.akevlew, Oregon,
Ji ill ii Lofflusand H. t. Cooper of Adnl, Oregon.
Hup. lu t. M. Jihattjiin, Hcglur.
A Medicine for
Rev. Geo. C.a. Greenwich, Koo, It
past veari el are, vet he ott "I
am enjcritic excellent health lor a man
ol my see, due entirely to t'to rejuven
Oling iiitli rnreti I Dr. Miles' Nervljti;,
It biim-lcr and rrt whea nolhil.if
elss will, ami gives Hrrnfth ond vital
Ity even to one ol my old act,"
1 am on old soldier " wrltet Mr. Gea
Watson, of Newton, la, "and I have
been a frret surtrrrr Ir-'m nrrvousness,
vertien a i spinsl trouble. Have seiit
considerable money lor medicine and
doctors, but win little benefit, 1 wot
so hod my mind thowed ,ent ol weak
ness I iiecan tak Ins Dr. MiW Nervine,
and 1 know it tared my 1110."
Saved me ffm the insane osy.
lum," Mrs. A. M. Hcifnrr, ol Jet icq
Springs Mo, ' rues. was so u. tv
ous tnat I rould sisrrely coin n, I my
self, could not ilrr 1 1 nor rest, wnul I even
(ortrt the noM.to id niy cwn children ot
ttniea. 1 coiumeni ed uni I r. Miles'
Nrrine sn I it lie liit me Irom Ilia
first, oud now I am pettcctly well.'
old by all prof gists on Ouorontoo.
Dr. Mlloo Modlool Co., Elkhart, Ind.
-A HUNTING EPISODE.
, Raw Martsoaaaaotata lo Rat laTarlatsly
I Two hunters who were shooting In
, New Jersey were not equally matched
! ao regards k 1 1 1 In shooting,
j One of them hsKKitl many birds.
while the other did not get a feather.
I "What, ho." said the first, "but you
j are punk. Why don't you practice with
: a popgun? You could not hit a .arrel
j If you poked the end of your fowling
j piece In tbe tiunchole,"
I The other said nothing, hut he gated
, sadly on his empty hsg and enviously
( at the birds his com pan Ion had alaugh
I As they were almut to start for home
they met nn nfTnble stranifer. who ask
j ed. "What luekr
"I have killed twenty-three blrdo."
snld the ccmmI uliof. "while this lobster
here hits not kllleo one. Ian t be a
chump to carry sucb a heavy gun all
"Well, I am not sure." snld the affa
ble atrnngpr. "I am a game warden,
and this Is tbe clotted sesoon. Those
birds will coot you 1 10 apiece."
Moral. A bird In the game bag Is
aometlmes worth a whole tiuncb In the
Drylnjf preparation, simply devel
op dry catarrh ; they dry up the secretions,
which adhere to the membrane and doeom
pooe, eouoing a far more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry
ing in hoi onto, fames, amok as and anoffs
and use that which cleanses, soothes and
heals. Ely's Cream Balm la ouch a remedy
and will cure catarrh car oold in the hood
eoftily and pleaoanUy. A trial aire will be
mailed for 10 cents. All drngtrlsU soil the
60o. size. Ely Brothers, 66 Waxron St., N.Y.
The Balm cures without pain, does not
irritate or cause sneezing. It spreads itaelf
over an irritated aud angry aurfaee, reliev
ing immediately tbe painful inflammation.
With Ely's Cream Balm you are armed
ogoiuat Nosal Catarrh and Uuy Fever.
tfcM4ti, bo YEAR8'
h,. .iO DcaiaN
' ' f 1 1 Copvsiiqhts Ac.
Anynnoaendlns osketeh ond tfeaeiiptlnn may
quickly aacrtaln our opinion froo whathar an
Inveniloii is probably patentable. Communica
tions strict lyooiindeutla. Handbook on I'aieuu
sent free, o I float agenry for securing pateuta.
I'atenU taken tliroush Muun A Co. raooWo
pM-luf not les, wll bout obargo. In tbo
A handsomely lllostratad waokly. T.arsas elr.
culatlon of any antennae Journal. Terms, os a
rr: four months, tL Sold by oil nowadealera.
MUNN & Co New York
Ursa eh 0(11 oa, to F BU Waahlaatow, D. C
TIMHKK I.AMD iOTK'K
United Htolet I -and Offlce,
I.akevlew, Oregon, Mcb II, IWi.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act ni Congress of
June S, li7H, entitled "An Oct for the sale of
timber lands in the HlHte of CalKornla, Ore
lion, Nevada ami iili liiglmi reirilory," os ex
I teliiled ui all the public Land Stales by act ol
August 4. Ixui, (, curio- Conn, of I'kIhI, ),
I rouiiiy of Luke, state ol Oregon, has this iliij
Hied In Ibis office his sworn ststetiient No. M,
i for the purchase ol tin N K1-, Sec. lliand Hi,
lNW',t.ei. II Hi Tp No. .1 liaiigu No. 17 h.
and ulll olf r i I lo kIioh that the laiul
sought Is more VHliiulile for Us timber or aloui
,,, ,(,r Mgricultural iuri.oe. and lo ealabllsh
I Ills claim losnlil laud before the Keglsli r and
MtM.,,Vfr of this erfhive ot I.akevlew, On.gon, on
Tuesday, the 'nth day of May, 1MSJ. He names
os wilnefset: A'llMflrt A. farrow, B. W. Harrow,
Kichard L.HIierlm k. John W. Bcneflel ollof I'ala
ley.'Or. Auyoad oil persons claiming silvers!
ly the above described lands ore requested in
tile their clslnis in (hit office on or before sold
2uth day of May, 1W. K. M. HaarrslN,
vTi siaisaw -V
1 0 .a.
. K. I..MTrislcR, M, D.
ffefalelaa mm Itmrwmm,
OtriCtt- aeoJI't lrug liarc Osilo
sraaily day or eight.
R. II. MMITH Ml l
rkolelaa awal Starajeea
' likevtew, r.
Orril'R - Uksview nig (Vo. Ntnro.
IR . r. IrltllORKOiT"
I.. V. I-Otltl
Attorney al Law
A I tartars .i('tw
dt'r"ICK ftaly Building
W J. MOO MK
orriCK Holy nulldlng.
I. It VKtlATOK
Ijhi1 Mallrra MprrlallS'
orrit k. cogawrii building.
irOODim OF THE WRLD itVirr .
Mwli on the d ond 4th M edueaday of
raeu niooiu in jvaaonic nan, mi a p. m
Iiobm luu tv. I omul Commander
K. N. JauctsN, t lerk
S ...Knights ot 1'vthins... ft
b lioosK . a UK U)MK No. X',. inrrta N
every Taenia evening, odd Prllowa S
C Hall, l-akeslew. Or. iallllig K nights ji'
II corMisll Invited. M
Q M. W iioaToN, I hanc.llor Commandrr. fil
t C. hii-a AMiRaxiN. K of K. and H. y
Subsrrlliers to Tbe Ftamliirr ko remove
from one locality lo aioMkrr, or rhangf
their uialamc B'lilreaa Should remember Its
drop this uftlc a card so lln lr paper ran be od
dreaaed to tbe right poslofhre.
TUIC DIDrO Is kept on file ol K.C Dill's
InlO retrLiI Ailveril.lng Ag ncy0amlON
Meri bama Ksihauge. han yiam laro, I al .
where contract, lor adterilslng salt lm oiadir
atllKKH HN A X not.
Brndt with Swallow fork la
right ror for ewes; reverse
for Metbers. Home ewet Square Crop and SHI
In right ear. Tar Brand 111. Hange, I r alio
like. I'oslniTlce address, loksvlew, Oregon.
zac whitworth erH,.;f,,,h:d,:ree:v:,;
rlghi for ewea; reverse for wethers. Tar Brou
W. Bauge, Kl.h Creek. I'o.lofTIc addreso,
lkcvlc , (Iri-iiiu.
To takf fffect Sunday, May ' lWl.
9 -!t o. m.
Iii isi a. lu.
Ill Ii a. in.
III:.'.', a. in.
II 40 a. m.
li ! . in.
r.1 .11 p. in.
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I :! p. in.
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HM't p in.
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t.v Meno Ar ft Si p. m
Lv . Hii in in 1 1 . Ar 4 4.'i p. in.
I.v Ci- ar . Ar 4:47 p. in
Lv Krancls .... Ar .I: p. m.
Lv....l'urdy Ar S:isi p m.
I.v .. I'liiuias Ar p. m.
Lv Cliat . . . At I 4 p. m.
I.v.. I ameroii Al I Si p. in.
Lv . Hed Hix k ..Ar I 10 p. ui.
I.v . Coiiatanllo .Ar nn p. m.
Lv , . . Dolc. . ,Ar r:4ft p. ni.
Lv Lii-irau ...Ar I'i 1 a. m.
Lv Alnedee. .. Ar II c, p.m.
Lv Amclee... . Ar II I A p Ml .
Lv Hoi prlng...tr l 47 p. m.
Lv M urray . A r Hi 17 p. m.
I.v .. Karbi ..Ar w 'i) p, m.
I.v. . Ilor.e Lake. . Ar l' p. in
Lv Waverly .Ar H:.'si p. in
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CMNNKI HON WITH HI AOK AT:
Termo, - for I ji key lew. I'd I nicy and i'liisb, Ore. ,
and K. illduell. Lake city, edatvillc, Ailln,
Alturas and llleber, Calil.
Ilol Horings. - for Mainllll and HiisauvilUv
Iiov e - for Mllford, 'aiicavllle and lliintin
Vlnloii - lor liyallou. Dou tiieville and Camd
bell's Hot Springs, I Kill
Meckw llh.-- for iicneaee, Taylorville andOrecn
clairvllle,- Mohawk and (fulncy, Calif.
Hi-no. coliln cl lug v, lib fo. I'ac. Co. for all
points Kasl k Weal : V. .V T. K. It., for all points