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LAKE COUNTY EXAIINER, LAKEVIEW, CRliOON, SEPT.J, IP03
THE LAST JACKSTRAW.
tmi Thing That Kvsn Small Boy
TIip small boy .luck tn diar-over-d
by an iMcrly frirwl in a street at
the other mil of tin; city from that
In which ho liven, enys the Youth's
Companion. The tear had left
their murk on his ilinks, and ev
ery now it nd then a sob Mt ill shook
hia I it t t 1km y, hut ho trudged
sturdily on without one backward
. "Hello, Jackie! Whafa the mat
tor?" finked the friend aa thiosinull
boy triud to brush punt.
"I ain't n jroin to tell you," he
announced, ramming hia small fist
Into hia even.
"Certainly riot," iwijuiem-ed the
old gentleman cheerfully. "lira tit i
fill morning for a (droll, isn't it?"
Jack eyed him obstinately.
"I jiHfifed your house a little while
iigo, and it eremcd to inn that I
unclt ginger miapa cooking," observ
'd the old Itmll carelennlv.
"I don't care!" said Jack fiercely.
"I'm running away."
"I don't blame you," said the man
cordially. "I wouldn't stay in a
house where they rooked ginger
an up a right under a fellow's none ei
ther." "Tain't that!" unapped Jack.
"It's 'cause Vance mamma told
jiapa thin morning that her her
M-aUkin rout wan no worn out she'd
never Im able to wear it another
'nother winter," he explained, the
team starting afrctdi.
"Still," faid the friend good na
turedly, "one ran live in a house
where there isn't a sealskin coat."
"You don't understand 1" wailed
"Well, you tell me lilioilt it, Js k
ie," urged the man.
"I I I won't wrar M-alnkin
uints!" nobbed .lack, all hi wronga
cumiiig again before his mind's eye.
Teaching a Dog to Read.
The intelligence of aiiiniaU hceniH,
as a rule, to he underrated rather
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tlo thin trick in Ic-h than a month.
He put the food card over the dog's
food ami made it bring the card to
him before he would allow it to eat,
and in the nutter of drinking and
going out he lined a like method.
The card were similar in shape and
color, but the writing on them dif
fered. Since, therefore, the dog dis
tinguished them by the writing alono
it may trulv be Haul that the animal
Her Dearest Wish.
"Mamma," asked little Florence,
the only sister of live older broth
ers, "when am I going to be a boy ?"
"Whv, never, dear. You are mam
ma's lit'tle girl."
"Ain't I ever going to be a boy?"
'.No, dear; girls can't be boys."
"Can't (bid make me a boy?"
"No; (Jod will never make von a
Florence walked away thoughtful
ly, and that night when shu said her
ruyer alio added this petition: "If
you can't make me a boy then make
me a billygoat." Woman' Home
All the Same to Him.
"Are you troubled with cock
roaches or other insects about your
premises, ma'am ?" inquired the man
with the pack who had succeeded in
gaining an audience with the mis
tress of the mansion.
"No, sir!" she said, glaring nt
him. "We are not troubled by cock
roaches or other insects 1"
"Don't mind 'em, hey?" ho re
joined cheerfully, shouldering his
pack again. "Well, there's nothing
like getting used to one's nlllictions.
Good day, niu'ani." Chicago Trib
The country clergyman was nail
ing u refractory creeper to u piece of
trdliswork near his front gate when
ho noticed that a small boy had
stopped and was watching hint with
"Well, my young friend," ho said,
iensed to see the interest ho excited,
''aro you looking for u hint or two
"No," said the youth; "I bo wail
ing to hear what a parson says when
lie hammer his thumb."
A LESSON IM GEOMETRY.
The Way the Boarding Houae Strike
a Vaeear College Girl.
A Kansas girl attending Vassar
college send the following excerpt
from what the atudenta of that in
stitution call "The Homeatio Vm
did." )efinit ions :
All boarding houses aro the same
Hoarders in the same hoarding
house and on the same flat arc equal
to one another.
A single room is that which hath
no parts aud no magnitude.
The landlady of tho boarding
huse is a parallelogram that is, an
oblong, angular figure that cannot
be descrilM'd ami ia eijual to any
thing. A wrangle is tho disinclination to
each other of two boarders that meet
together, but aro not on the same
All the other rooms Ix-ing taken,
a single room is said to be a double
Postulates and propositions:
A pie may be produced any num
ber of timirs.
The landlady may be reduced to
her lowest terms by a scries of prop
ositions. A bee lino may be made from any
boarding house to any other board
The clothes of a boarding house
lied, stretched ever so far loth ways,
will not meet.
Any two meals at a boarding
house are together less than one
On the same bill and on tho same
i!e of it there should not bo two
charges for the same thing.
If there be two boarders on the
Fame floor and the amount of side of
tln one be equal to tho amount of
side of the other and the wrangle
between the "lie boarder and the
landlady be eual to the wrangle
between the landlady and the other
boarder, then shall the weekly bills
of the two boarders be eual. lor
f not, let one bill be the greater,
'I'll the Other bill is less tllllll it
i ight have been, which is absurd.
an.-. is City Journal.
Question For Question.
A young Japanese cotnpo-itor cm
i Joyed on a Japanese journal wus
. ding ilowntou ii in a i ity hall train
'he other morning. lie was engross
ed in hi.- morning paper and paid
little attention to the other passen
gers. Hut a fredi looking young
man who sat next to him and who
had been eying him all along sud
denly slid :
"What sort of a 'ne.e' are you,
unywuy a Chinese or u Japanese?"
The little .lap wus not caught
napping, LJuiuk as a wink he re
"What sort of a 'key are you,
anyway a monkey, a donkey or a
The fresh young man had no
more to say am) left the train quick
ly when City Hall station was reach
ed. New York .Mail and 1'xpress.
Stock and poultry have few
troubles which are not bowel and
liver irregularities. Black
Praught Stock and Poultry Medi
cine is a bowel and liver remedy
for stock. It puts the organs of
digestion in a perfect condition.
Prominent American breeders and
farmers keep their herds and flocks
healthy by (riving them an occa
sional dose of Illack-Prauglit Stock
and Poultry Medicine in their
fund. Any stock raiser may buy a
'J.'i-cent half-pound air-tight can
of this medicine from his dealer
and keep hi stock in vigorous
health for weeks. Ilealers goner- I
ally keep liUick-lirauulil Mock ami
Poultry Medicine. If yours docs
not, send ii.r cents fur a suinnlo
can to tho manufacturers, '1 he
CliattanooL'a Medicine Co., Chut
RoniHixa, Da., Jan. 80, 1002.
Illaok-DrsuKkt Htook and Poultry
Meiltoina Is tliu bent 1 erer tried. Our
slock was looking bad when you sent
ma the medicine and now they are
getting so flue. They are looking )
par oeut. tetter.
B. P. nilOCKINQrON.
I Mi'iniiwi m.ini imi im Tmri, ii' uiiiiiiiw
The Kind You Have Always
In tine for over BO j-ctrrsj
All Counterfeits Imitation and Jwtan-wKHl are but
Experiment that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Caxtoria I a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Hoothlnjr Hyrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
unbalance. It aire 1 it guarantee.' It deMtroy Worms
and allay FeverbthncM. It cure Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieve Teething' Trouble, cure Constipation
aud Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regulate the
fttomach and Uowel, giving healthy aud natural sleep
The Children' Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Me Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
tmc ctprrau eoHMirf, T9 mwaiiav arncrT, nw von errv.
S. J. STUDLP.Y F. E. HARRIS
STUDLEY & HARRIS
LAKEV1EW FURNITURE CO,
Full anJ complete stock of
Everything in the line of
iVsrilSli:u.i!&: Snider Bui ding on Water St.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
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ERECTED IN 1900
oeoma"ow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
J t Door North of
i I .
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Etc.
The Only First Class Restaurant in Lakeview. Turkeys,
Chickens and Suckling Pigs baked to order. Bread and pas
try always on hand. Excellent Service Prices Reasonable.
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and . .
Everything New & First Class
lrt. A. A. Ijiphaiu l'rop'r.
Bought, and which has been
ha borne the aljrnatnr of
ha bcn made under bin per
supervision alnco It Infancy.
Hotel Lakeview 3
This ia the only Cafe and Lunch Coun
ter in Lakeview and the first and only
1UI1 of Fare and Check system in East
ern Oregon. Meals from 10 cts. up.
kinds of Bread, Cakes and Pies.
Raking done to order. All white cooks.
Once and you will Call Again,
The Scenic Line
To The East And South
Through Halt Uke City, LeadvilU?, Poe-
blo, Colorado Hprings and Iener.
Offers the choice of Three Kontps thro
the famous KK'ky Minntain fcenery,
and Kive Instinct Routes East and
South of iJenver.
3 "A5TTRAIN3DAiLT 3
Between Ogt'en and Denver, carrying
all Classna of Mixiern Equipment.
I"erfect I)ining Car Service and Person
ally Conducted Tourist Excursions to all
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
ON ALL CLASSES OP TICKET
For all information and illustrated liter
ature, call on or address
124 Third St. Portland, Or.
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN, Proprietor.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a. m.
every day but Sunday.
Heturning, leaves Paieley
at 6 :'60 a. m every day but
Passengers' are $j. Roandtrlpfa
OFFICE- Rnolti & Wfnsfleld's. Lskerlaw
S. L. McXacgiitos, Prop.
Office at Mercantile Store
tage hav-p Lskvlew Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays at fi a. m.t arrive)
a T I .. I. . . r t. t " -
1. k I 1 U Mil ML T ! . Ill . 1 i'HVWI X irH5.I I
days, Thursdays a 1 Saturdays, at 0
a. m., arrives at Lakeview at 9 p. m.
Passenger fare $:, one way or 5 for
round trip. Freight rates from May
1st to Nov. lt 1.7 j per hundred ; from
Nov. 1st to May 1st 1 1.00 per hundred,
Western . Stage . Line
J. L. YADIN. Proprietor.
Office In Linkvillc Hotel
Daily from Ager to Klamath Hot
Springs, Keno, Klamath Falls, Dairy,
Bonanza, Bly and Lakeview.
Daily from Lakeview to Bly, Bonanza.
Dairy, Klamath Falls, Keno, Klamath
Hot Springs and Ager.
Makes connection with all trains at
Ager. Also connects at Klamath Falls
with the stage for Ashland.
Good Stock .-.. Easy Coaches
II. E. Bakkkb, Prop'r.
Office in Bieber's Store
Stage leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sunday at 6 a. m. Arrives
at Alturas at 6 p. m.
Leaves Alturas for Lakeview at
6 o'clock a. in., or on the arrival
of the stage from Madeline. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 hours af
ter leaving Alturas.
Freight Matters - Given
Strict - Attention
First - Class - Accomodations.
JdlllC) DdllJ right ear for ewes; reverts
lor wethers. Some fm Bquare Crop and BUI
in right ear. Tar Brand 111. Range, Crana
Lake. PostoOice address, Lakeview, Oregon
7an Whitwnrth B"''1 crop os iait
db II I111VTUI 111 ear, Halt Undercrop oS
right lor ewes ; reverse lor wethers. Tar Bran
W. Range, Fish Creek. PottoOoe address