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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1903)
LAKE COUNTY f XA 41NGR. L VKDVIUW, OKEQON, JULY 3O, I9U1.
fianc Cotmtu CJa lur
PublUhcd Evry Tnry
A. V. BEACH.
OREGON HOT SPRINGS.
(continued from 4th pngel
I the Mini ami stand In puddles and
Jimi kept nrm from the fountain
(One Year, $2.00
TERMS: Six Month. 1.00 head. The strange horse shies
(Three Monttii, 50 tirtmEh tlu place as If he wev val-
it'rf hrh bo,u,, ,ak''' u"'1 n,,,
I'lSS.'SSSSfiSi'iJS K,,t daudsof Kiv.. it the p-
JmS pcarance of 11 11 active volcano.
TIIK KAKTH IS HOT.
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LAKE VIEW, OREOON, JULY 30. IWJ.
The ground for more than a quar
! tcr of a mile along the road at thin
The Pooeof i,H,lnt vlMm' H ,mcol,lfor,lll,,-v
lie rvyrsi Dead ' "rm t,mt lln,i,1,M,m,N,' ' tln,Ml
: about walking over It. and the stage
ltOMK. July 20. 1:40 P. M. The drivers do not crnilt their Imrm-K to
Poje died shortly after 4 o'clock this . ,,tni,, long at one point tor tear It
afternoon. Hit momenta were com-! WIH do injury to their feet. The scc
ivtratlvely ieaivful ami painless, and 1 tion tif country about this place in
were preceded by a period of Insensl- J covered with snow from late In the
blllty. Around the liedside at the : full until early spring, hut the snow
final moment were the cardinal, the does not lie on the ground at this
relatives and member of the papal immediate point. An fast as It falls
court. Jit Is converted Into vapor by the
Before lapsing into unconscious- j iR,t earth and risen In a dense steam,
ness the dying Pontiff feebly moved ian s dried up in the same manner,
his lips, his last articulate words Immediately after a snowfall or raln
lielng those used In bestowing a tal the ground dries off ami Is as
Itenedlctlon. j baked and pan-lied as If It were inld-
The news of the Tope's death Hummer. Through the entire winter
.spread rapidly throughout Home . the place Is covered with a seething
and caused a most profound sensu-! mass of steam. As the snow melts
tlon. ; on the outer edges and the water
The Pope's death agony was short. ' rutin down on the hot section it Is
and was terminated by a paroxysm dried up instantly, and with the hot
of choking. After a short interval earth liemath him and the deme
Cardinal Seranno Vannutelli intoned teain all around him. the timid Is
the requiem amidst the weeping of suspicious that the "lower regions"
those present. Then all kissed 1'ope art. n,,t far away, or that a volcano
Leo's hand before leaving the chain- about to burst out beneath his
lr. ! feet.
- j CAN'T IfAISK DI CKS.
Race Program Out. j , .
j Kl .M'lli, i lie pui-.ii'ii
1 peatedly attempted to raise ducks,
i but as often failed. He has bought
! eggs from a distance and had them
hatched out on the place, thinking
that instinct would warn the young
against the danger of coming in coii-
! tact with the hot water. Hut as
I soon as they get large enough to
i walk they find the running stream
of hot water, and run Into It heed
lessly for a swim, and are coiim--
Our Store Policy
The Chief Study of This Store
Is to satisfy Its customers. Our stocks are always kcj.t complete with
thoroughly reliable merchandise. Courtesy on the part of every employe
Is Insisted upon. Our progressive met hods of iiicrchnndUIng, coupled with
the very great amount of business we transact, keep prices at the lowest
point consistent with the high quality. We keep permanent patronage In
view, not Moating trade, and aim to make this a store to which you will
turn, not simply when we announce extraordinary bargains, but ns the
natural source from which to supply your wants. Our motto: Satisfac
tion always, or money cheerfinily refunded.
BAILEY & MASSING ILL
1 UAILUI . . . .
The speed program for the races to
lie held at Klamath Fails in Octolier
was made out by thediiectors of the
association Saturday. $ 20X) in purs
es Is offered for four days racing, j
offering sufficient inducement to i
bring some good strings of horses j
here, a number of them having al
ready arrived. The program is a
good one and arranged in such a i
manner as to afford horses of nearly
all racing distances a chance each
PAINTER . . AND
PAPtR . IIANGLR
A 'o!tiiltr antl lirautl
Mil line of Maniplrit to w
day, so that the races will probably j
have plenty of entriesnndsoine good ',
contests result. It is expected that '
the attendance at the Klamath j
County Fair this fall will lie uiiusii-'
idly large. Kxpress. i
; quently scalded to death.
7 WORK . GUARANTEED
7 PRICES . REASONABLE R
several costly experiments Mr. I
O'Neal has given up the idea of rais- j
ing ducks at his present place. !
Hut there are hundreds of hot j
springs not included in the forgoing, j
and they are known to possess great j
; medicinal qualities. Many people of j
A Scientific Note. 1
The professor's hoy had been obstrep- Kastern Oregon expect to s-ethedav j
erous all the evening, and finally for-, when these springs will lx- taken ,
bearance ceased to be a virtue. I ud van t age of t hroughoii t t he Pacific
"Here," said the professor as he took ... I
the boy under his arm and started up .Northwest, l ne sa. mat una me
the stairs, "is where you see the eclipse building of railroads into that coiin-
ofctn" t jtrv the hot springs, like hundreds of
Shortly thereafter the guests re- j
marked among themselves that they j other resources, will ls-conie an ini-
AYRES & SCMLAQEL, Prop.
Beer sold Wholesale & Retail
Delivered any place In Town
. Fruit and Vegetable Stand .
J. P. DUCKWORTH, Proprietor.
LATEST PRICE LIST.
Potatoes, per 100 1I $2.00
IVas, per 100 Ih .))
Turnips, per 100 11 2.00
Hi-cts. per 100 Hi 2.00
Means, per 100 ll 5.00
Ripe Onions per 100 If I-.0O
Dewberries, per gallon .f0
Raspberries, per gallon .."O
OPPOSITE BAILEY & HASSINQILL'S.
ever knew an eclipse was such a
noisy affair. Denver Times.
portant factor in bringing wealth to
What Caused the Indigestion.
"Mollis Brown has a model husband." '
"In what way?" !
"Whenever he doesn't eat anything j
Teachers' Examination. j
Notice is hereby given that titej
Extract From a Xovel.
she asks him if the cooking Isn't as : count v siiperintendeiit of Lake coun
good as .is mother's." j ; , , f, , ,
"And what does he say ! ' I ' '
"He says he has no doubt it Is, but j amination of nppllcantsforstateand
that his indigestion has quite unfitted County papers at the Court House;
him to be a competent Judge." Cleve-1 , , , , ,,
land Plain Dealer. I'keview, "
For state papers; commencing !
Wednesday, August VJ, at nine j
o'clock A. M.. mid continuing until;
I Saturday, August 1.1, at four o'clock
For County Papers: commencing
Wednesday, August 1'J, at nine j
o'clock A. M. and contiuiiing until
Friday, August II. at four o'clock
Applicants for Teachers cert ideates
will please govern t Iiciuhc I ves ae-;
J, 1. Wii.i.n s, I
County Siiperintenileiii.. j
Dated at Lnkcvlcw,Or.,.lul.y L'7, '(i.'i
. . THANK YOU
(TVl ?Jkr n i
"She gave him a black look." Chlea.
"Kemeniber," sall the serious cill
ceo, "that wealth has its responsibili
ties." "Ves," answered Mr. Cumrox. "So
long as you ure huinhle and obscure
you can say 'I seen it' and 'I done it
nod eat with your knife nil you want
to." Washington .Star.
Tom Hood had Just finished the "Sona
of the Shirt."
"Hut why," ahktl his friends, "didn't
you write the 'Song of the Socks?' "
"I tried to," faltered the poet, "but
the feet wouldn't fit."
Perceiving that he was a size too
many, they put him In a class of his
own. New York Times.
PR I ENDS.
IP THEY DO NOT,