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LKKU COUNTY EXAIINER. LAKUVIGW, CRUOON, DEC. II. IW2.
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PtMrb4 !! Tkundajr
BEACH & M'GARREY
HEROINE OF THE TRACY HUNT.
MIhm Wlllli Mm linker, tlu Nentth
grlrl who tuvl the tinhii though not
iiltogrther tloslnllellMt lint Ion of re
iiwilnliitf In the company of IVnihtikIo
Tnu'.v for i whole half tiny, when
ll II 1 I, I tJ I kl if i l.ll ,11 t I..M Jltl till mI.I.uI . f
Two I nchc
MU Column . . .
LAKEVIEW, OKEUON, DEC. II. looi.
(Thre Months, SO nmrrleil. The oiinur mini to whom
! she Im plivhtoil her troth. !'
Ut lnw;imm I vr Mckilltiev, In till noil of Mm. Mi'Kitl-
hs:,,s,'?;5R:::,!;!;:-iM-v.ivii..".-uii her uuh .iauht,-r.
!!. 'SS!r..i.i;:;,. ::..! ,wi.irkin wrru- wmi mi
ie.00 i.sm .v.im nv n Ihikcr at the time Tracy met them
:1niul Introdueetl himself. Another
j stnnw fact in contuvthui with the
I H'noiH(l of the .eole who will at
I teml the weihllnj; I t lint M Ihm ItakerV
i father. J. W. linker, anil her two
j uih'K'h. Henry ninl Kmitt linker, were
! arnttteil at t'Atle llock iliirlm; the
inemorahle man hunt, misiectei of
Ix-liiff Tracy ami two a!n.
Ml linker (liHtlnynlNheil herself
j chiefly for her great pn-Hence of miiul
; ami uneoiieertietlne. It will le rv
: luemU'rvtl that lntenl of Hcreamlng
when Tracy mailt himself known to
Mr. Tracy. I am glad to meet you."
Then during the entire walk from
, the meeting lact to the liiirreH'
home the two kept up a running tire
of banter and repartee that wan an
j tonlwhlng conxltlerlng the unusual
Tlieectinil Minion of tlx Fifly-aeventh
I '(Ingres!" hegan lHc 1, it h an lit tie fus
t. though only a ti"fk had passed sill"?
adjournment. With the exception of a
"H floral display on the detk in lxth
itonsen. and the f . t i 1 of li aml-li k i i)g
joking and exchange of comlnleu e
among "lame dtiekti," the ciiening s
devoid of exceptional incident!). The
piogram manned out by ome of the
MiO. inn ones' of the Senate i to the ef
fect that there ill le no tariff legislation
no extra e!-ion, cautious legislation on
:rusts, and the :i--sae ot a Cubau reci-r-citv
bill or treatv.
It is aiitiouiiced from Washington thai
!iie Ooverninent will Ink in irrigation
ork in Oregon next year. Jntt where
: hid initial oi k will I done, or t
what extent it ill f carried uti in thi
'.ste is not vet known, but it is a ven
UifKirtant l-kfinning. Once a dart i
tnatie, with (successful results, the work
progres and expand, and le the
means of a ldnu tens l t lioiiuuds i
1 ireBon's populutiun and inillions to n
'a el! l!i.
SAVED BY DREAM.
I'r- ?-- r A-r. r, the Iu-. h jnri-t, w
ias Ix-en uii'itraliiiii the clauns oi tin
American sealers for the seizure of then
ve-sels by the Russian Governruem
about ten years ago, has delivered hie
award in favor of the L'nited Sla'es.
He appraises the damages in the Ameii
can schooner C H. White at 132,441; in
-he case o! he James Hainiitnn I-ei-at
t28.588 ; the Kate and Anna at 110,4m
acd the t'ape Horn Pigeon at 3.S,750.
The 1,90 miles between "kagaway
tnd St. Miche l, Alaska, are covered by
100 dogs working in relays of twenty-five obedient to bin ife' wuhei, vaa Hy
A !( of Ik L lllakop , klspl It
-ItrvB; Tlalna. Wkltk I
Tlie lute flishop Whipple, "apmiU
to the Indiana," told a friend the fol
lowing personni experience a few
week before his death:
The bishop's first wife believed in
dn runs. Ph.- seldom dremurd, but
she d.d the Ir.ani ranu- tru
()n a Sunday morning in October, ut
Fairbault. many yenraairn shr aroused
the bishop and told him that her son,
the bishop's stepson, who was then in
New Mexico, was dying. She had seen
him in a dream, and there could l
no mistake about it. She described
him as he lay on a hard lied in a mui
rrable adotxe hut and declared that
his serious condition was due to in
attention. Sh urired the bishop to
proceed without delay to New Mexico
sad rescue the boy.
A few hours later Bishop Whipple,
2J o... i "s ' r a rr
We nave an
endless. variety of
We are actually too busy moving and unpacking goods
in our magnificent new addition to tell you what new
things we have. We will have to invite you to come
and look through our large store and see for yourself.
If you don't see what you want ask Alex.
I Lakeview Mercantile Co.
wjU.in JiurAnd. xuie-half davs. l'.e
are kept goin? night and day in relays.
Thecolored people of Cubahavea kind
( rattle made of Costilla cane, with
nard fceed't alwut the size of marbles,
placed inside to produce the desired
" i. ii is u-f' i in nances m an ac
pamment for a guitar.
The ruining of phosphate rock is one
the most important industries in
riorida and South Carolina, and it
amounts to 500,000 tons a year, valued
tt $,Jti),0lX) at the point of production.
The Briti-h black rat, almost entirely
Jlerminaled during the last hundred
;ears by the brown Norwegian rat, is
'arefuily protected and preserved on an
ee'ate, r.t (ireetiless, Montgoimfry.
South Australia ot its !ir-t silit of
kt. iw in the begin m rig of Augu-t of thi-y-
ar, w hen for the first time in asiut
dxty yeais a fall took p!ae in the pop
ulated parts of South Australia.
ing nouth ward ns fast as steam could
the letter a"nd re'achcif h'is step'iorf s
side just in time. The scene was just
as Mrs. Whipple hail described it.
It was apparent that the boy could
scarcely fcurrive nnother day in such
surroundings. I'ishop Whipple had
left in such a hurry that he had neg
lected to brimr any more money than
he needed for his bare traveling ex
penses. In his dilemma h went to
the l.ank and told his story to th
The cashier wtia impressed, with th
"Anyone could toll by looking at
your face," said he, "that you are a
bishop of the church of (jod and that
you speak the truth. I will be iflad
to accommodate you. How much do
The biahop drew on the bank for
t'l'X) iwid he and the sick man wern
soon on their way north. The moth
er's dream .ved the boy's life and
the loan was repaid as soon the
'ihh op re.iched Karibaull
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
His Kind You Have Always Bought
TIMHKK Mill OTI :
t'nit.'.l Stt.- Office, lakeview. ore-
Kim. Oct. I'i, inrt. Smlie . herein K'ven
that In eoinfihanee with tic .rw immii nil he
act of con k re of June :i. ls;- etiiitleil "An
r... ihnM.i4 .tinU-r !ainli In Liu: Btu-j
Territory,'' an -x t-ml- I i.i nil the I'uMic
lie Ijllnl S!nte I.) net of IIKlt I. !'-' Oeorite
b. Ilolhrook iif jOie ieu . county ot f.ake. piaO
of Oreiton. nan lhl iIh)' flleil m tin. or) lo
worn mate meiit No I ll l .r tl.e pun !. ,,
tile E -4 S. I , of eclloll Ni. Ill III 1 1, So 4') !,
K K aid uill ofter .r.. lo -h.m that the
IhikI H.iiKlit k more a:oH'ie for u HiuIm r or
utone tti an for aitrn tilt u rij iure,-i ate I ini-,
tahllHh ttiv i-lanii to nal-l iitirl In lore the l:eiii-
ler ail t I'. HIT of till- office at l ale'V r ,
r Koti . oh I h urxlav. the -th iln of jKiiunry.
1H tl" tiatin a u lit llrt I -n t . Jo.
oh Sanger. It Xamter-, ntiil I ri;e Hai ti-
elil. r. all of f.ake (, . Oreifon. Any aid nil
liermilli cUlinltiK B'lverey the kImiw- item rlU il
IhiiiIh are rrinieMtcil t,, rile their dunim in tin
nttiee on or hefore mhIU Ii ih of January, rm.;
Oct T.-U K. M. I1BATT.IIN, lt. Kil.ter.
J 5. F. Ahlstrom
Kccognled as the KcaI Vaquero 5addle &
a- o- J
Wagon ami I'uy Harness. Whips, Huhcs.
Hits, Spurs. Quirts, Kosi'ttrs, Kir. -o-Hrpairin'
of all kimls. I.y romprtrnt nirn.
Anb have been burrow im under the :
irick pavements of Council Hluffi, la.,!
ai d removing the Band. One ftreet for i
a distance of i,everal blocks haw thus'
wen rendered unfit for travel.
I The readers of thi paper will be
, pleaded to learn that there in at leaHt
one dreaded .iineane that nii-iice ba-
been able to cure in all its hIhl'ch and
; that ii Uatarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
; the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh heiiiit
j a constitutional iineanc, rcijuircH a con
stitutional treatment. Ilall'n Catarrli
, .. , " Cure is taken internally, attiriB directly
1-rance i not without her share of j U)n the blood and muco.j surfaces id
itor troiildcs. Fifty-Keven striken are the system, thereby de-trovinis the
re)orted in the itatiwti(;f) i-sued lor the j 'our',,a'on of the disease, and givini; the
ni ..nth of June, while the first month, i f'.,it-.nt ""Klh by buil.linir up the con-
- li iinitiin on1 ..lilIiiii, ..iiiiiv.. ... .1. ......
nuuiivH uioi ni-ninuiin iiuiuir in iioill
its work. The proprietors have ho much
faith in its curative powers that they
i t-it ot.e 1 1 untireu I 'ouars tor any case
tl.nt it fails to cure. Send for li-t
Address. F. J.CII F.NF.Y
' TIMBI.H TI :
' t nt teil statin Ijnirl otllce, l.akevlew. ori-Kuri.
Ill t I". I l.'. .Notice la heredy Klu n that III
Corilpllanee the prl' llotln of the act of l oll
itrexnof tune :t, -7h, ntitleil ".t act lor tin
i -nle uf tinili-r Ihm.I. in tin- .-lute i alifortna
; ' inKoii. Vi'i aila. a let W Huh i net on I rritury"
! exteiiili-l to nil the I'ntilie I nhil -tali ii In ad ol
I AiiKH"t 4, If.rj, irK'' lnhiivin, of Klamath
l-ill". cimiily of Kliuimth, itate of fireK'iii. Iia
: thiii ilny tiieil in thin office hU vi or ii tiiieinent
So. I K.. I t the nireliH.e of the NW4 .-c j.,, T
r, I! 1 1 K W M.aniluill off.-r iroof to him
'llmt the jHtot Hotieht I mole nlllitl'le for Hi
Mtnfe r or Muni- limn for HKneuliiit kI .ur,o. h.
) HII'I to --'alill-h hi elHIin to hiI Imnl he.,r'
(J. . IlnillHker. t . I OIIhil--loter, Intol.
I Ori-Kon. on tt -ilni-.iy. the j-th .lay of Jkii
'ilary. I'i.'. He nunc-., h w 1 1 lo : .-HMiiiel
j itey.-ti, JmneH l.li,t. Mi l , cel. r.. j.
llrook, J. I oiirtney, K lamm Ihmi. i al. Any
I am all Iiitmhh claitniiiK S'lverwiy the ahove.
ileiM rit,. il Intel are rciii, ti i in tile their
I clnitiiN Iti thin office on or hefore Kant stli ilay
of .liiinmry, Hi:i.
I oi tii ii V.. M. ItKATT.MS, KcKinter.
'! 1'Jbl have prixluced 3Ut.
i- papers rei ord a decline in the
ziioft ol wood carvifii.'" and uttribiituj
I to the lack of variety in the carvings,
'I e few subjecU beitiy i.ionotoiioiily re- ;
Solil hy (Irtljglsts, loc.
Hall's l'atiiilv I'ill" are
iV Co. Toledo O
' fit of b.h.il tarthipiake- wlodi
'C ell ret oided in the wot id Iroui
'. : liirt l in lei lip to i l") ) li..- Ill ll i-l, I
" i.erieiiced no fewer than l''o.
To iinfirovt! the appetite and tn.-n;
en the dijjestiou, try a lew dosei of
tjiiauiberlain's iStoiuHch and l.iver Tab
.ets. Mr. J. II. .Suit, of lietroit, Mich.,
-.ij s, "They restored my appetite when
.lopaireil, relieved me of a bloated feel
.i'i! and canned u pleasant and satiitae
lory movement of the bowels." There
are people in this community who need
just such a mudii ine. For sale by I.ce
Je.-all, dnmtj.Ht. Kvery box wanaiited.
Jackson H(tiare is one of the fatnouH
oca ti tics of New York. The "Jackson
Square" in Lakeview is one of the fain
'ios nickel cigars sold exclusively by Aid
it.oin liros. 'J Ins firm also ban exclti
nve sale of the fragrant "Instructora ;"
Uo carries the everiaiuouHlkluout. 3m
1 A. IVriin,
Il.:leiin M .nt.
I hiou heen tryitu tnrniii'li the
'IruxiAt lien; to ohlni u hhhiIi. r hoi
tie ol your j1- reeilic n- I Iium-hi-eti
a hiiffcrer from lio-m off micI on
fol .ionic yealh. I -hw theail- in the
I'I Ijfrteatlie, Win)., Hiine 1 1 me In
May last. Al thai lino! 1 m Imi
miles north of hinltie, ho I mi-m
iIowii to hi;kltle ati't lomnl it. I
have uri;tl il iii sinl Iihm: l,een try
I n K to Kd more. 1 1 linn In i me
very rnuc;h, more no limn uh.MhiiiK
I have ever uhl-1 aiol I have heen
very atixiiitia to iini! Htiotln r l.ottlc.
Very rcnici Holly,
ii. h. I Inilnilei .
AN ALL ABIDINO FAITH.
The Illinois Central Kailroail (Join
pany has an all aliidin faith in the
future of the (ireat Northwest. A short
time iit'o, this was manifested by the
establishment, in Seattle, of an agency
t'i take care of their interests there.
The latest e"ort is to put on a splendid
ly equipped new train service between
St. Paul and Chicago. The new trains
will be running Sunday November Und.
1 hey will use their own mils between
( 'hicairo anil Albert Lea, Minn., and
t he M intieapolis iSd St. Louis Uy. track
fi'iin Albert Lea to .Minneapolis and St.
I'anl, runnifitf into the I'nioii llepot at
St. 1'a'il which is the same that is used
by all lines in that city.
The train is to he kno-.wi if "The
Chic.t.,, M. I'linl and Minneapolis Lim
ilo'l"aii'l will coiui.-:t of liepjnji car,
btiltet lilrarv car and reclinin) chair car
throtit;li without chalice lu-lweeu Chi
cau'o and Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Jiiniti car service will nisi, be uiaiu
taincd, supper heinu served out ol ('hi
cai;o atid bieak fast into ( hica.'o. TraiiiH
will leave St. Paul at 7 :ID p. in . and ur
nve in Chicago U :.'Jll a. m. Leave Chi
cairo at b:l(j p. m. and anive at St. I'aul
H:lUa. in. makinii close coiinccl ion at
St. I'aul with all western lines. TickelH
can be purchased via this line, in con
nection with all western lines, at ail sta
tions. For further information regarding
rates, routes, time, etc., cull on or ud
drci's, li. II. Trumbull,
Commercial Agent III Cent. I:, ll.
1 1'.' Third St., I'ortlaiid, (Ire.
i'aul li. Thompson,
Freight & Passenger Agent,
i'i 111. Cu.t. Li. ll., iSoUlu, Wash-
Sash, minds, Moulding. Window and
Door Casings, Ueehives and Purniture
of all kinds made to order. Write for
estimates on contract work & material
HANDLEY & CLENDENEN
Hereford Stock Warm
-.. '..' r. ,
UL...L..;- .' iai . '
Drows Valloy. Oregon.
F. O. Bunting;, Owner
Largest herd of registered
Herefords in Oregon
5 Rcqistered Vrarlinq Bulls
-ILlOO, 120 and I GO each
ALDOR AlAMO h'M ol herd
Livery and Feed Stable
H. W. J. I5AKKY, Proprietor.
Ilornei lloarJi J by the day or munth. Plrat-claa Turnnutt and 5addl
florae. Our Specially U the Quick and Sale Delivery ol Paengcr to All
Piilnti In the fJIMritt.
HAY AND a RAJN FOR SALE:
Proprietors ol Harry 'a Opera House. Only Place in l.akevlew
I or Holdln Public lintertalnment.