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LAMJ COUNTY CXAHIM2R. LAKEVIGW, CRliQON, OCT. 8 1903,
FISHERMAN IN FOREST FIRE
Only an Expert iwlmmar and Dlvai
Could Have Mada Hla Cteapa.
Tlio "con tie art of anglina" in not
minnmned, vet it Ims It thrill and
. 1 i ...
oc iiHioiiiil iliihlicH of the el remioiiH,
t'ion oito ini'inonible day I ulled a
akilT m roHH the beautiful Trout luko,
In the Nij'inhing country of northern
Ontario. The air had been grny ;
with Fiimkc fur a t n of dayii, but
there t-cemcd to be tin eatiHe fo
l.t nil. I.i living the r-kilT on n rock,
lede at the iiiuulh of a little M renin, !
I vtiidnl the hiKer for perhii H''J
ynnl'i upwind. '1'here wan plenty of
tinrrliiig (runt, alinof.l too Miuill to
botluT With, but 11 Ine-H for Mljipl r
Viiih uiintid The woniU nil about
were ery i''ii'i and by the tini a
dozen f.-li bud hern killed tbi-Hiii'iki
?j had ln i nine loo impli'ii-unit for fur-
ther elTort. It wt uiiiHihbible to M't
Ininv . i r I iii any direc-l ion, and I
had about com hided to n 'treat when
a miilili-n imimI iif tint ii i r nt rni'L tin
All un-Uhi ei ted a great lire mJ
fi swept through a hidden valley just j
I hind, a change of wind had turned
A 1 .1 I ' . . 1.1 I
me uami, ami in a lew mtciiki iiiu
tree topH iiIiiiohI overhead were liar-
ing and roaring like hliiid furnaeeH.
Only tbo!.e who have neen it ran
.,undentand how (.wiftlv a forest liru
Vtan inhum e. Wading a stream and
'; tnsting here and there iih onu tdowly
f tilvaneeH are both eav and pleasant,
fcut running or lloundering through
I that Hame waterway a few leapa
.head of a conllagrntion in a dilTer-i
i Avixt matter. Propping the rod and,
! creel in the brook, I made a dash for ,
Jb" outlet. The roar above und be-
land wiu something ternlie, and in
: iiiMiute the heut had beeotne nl--
' tmwt unbear.-tble. Waders are the'
orst oosmIiIi; footgear for speed,!
Lul luckily I win in the brook tliej
anfeht place. It ceemed like two
hours-- mo-t likely it was two min-
i s Utes
before I saw the bow of the,
akilT puking through great masse of
Muoke. Mie w a still ten yards away
when a l.tige banner of Ibimeii
rtreatm-d directly over her. There
was no tune fur another stride. It
w as dive or cook ! j
The icy coldness of the water and
the deadly drug of the wader were
not pleasant, but by cautiously work- j
l in lt along the steep shore rock
t I! l:t 1 1 I to reach Mtfcly the hhidc o
a trailing oar. A vigorous pull ll"at
til lie -kill, ii 1 1 I in a nuuule J had
her a few ard.-. bevolid tlie lire lines.
W I'n 1 u.M'ii.nd t" (iinil into her
.lie variii ii mi the w.iles was "tacky"
uml half her leirMh on one .ide wi.-i
bli li-red. II, id any one pointed out
the ci i't n A tli.it an aoic'md-
ic d in. hi i . : 1 . 1 possibly have t into
troiilile tia-ie Willi a forest " re I
should have ojf. d nt the idea. I'.ut
we Ine and h iun. None but an cx-
I'crt swimmer and diver ever could
Uive leached ll v skill, which olleicd
the one mean of escape. Kdwia
Suinlys in World's Work.
Half Price, Half Note.
The leader of a certain band who
was rehearsing for a concert stopped
the music abruptly and frowned at
u stout little fellow who was putting
all the other musicians out.
"Say, 1 leerinan," he demanded,
"what do you mean by playing a lot
of half notes when there should be
whole notes '("
Jlecrinan lowered hi instrument.
"Veil," he said, "I make cxplanii
tioii by you. You cut down my
vages to half briee, don'd you?"
The leader at a red in unmzemcnt.
He bud done bo, but 1
"Und I gontinucs to make dot
note wit my instrumend, but dey
vill bo huf jiote until der vnge U
(jut buck to whole briee. Vat ist fair
st fair, ain'd id?" lJultimoro Tele
gram. Tho Firrt Menu Card.
It was the Duke Henry of Bruns
wick who was first observed in the
intervals of a bampiet to scuu care
fully a long strip of paper by the
ride of hi.i plate, uml when the cuii
oih r'ue-ds ventured to impure inio
the nature id' bis .-Imiii'; be explain
cd that il was a eat id' pro,.:i';::niiio
of (!.( di'hc which he had 'com-
lua mlcd J'l "an the conk. In tllii ill! e:iL
that ii' ir ' j . i delicacy w bii h c- pceia!
Jy appealed to him were marked l'nt
ll late sla;;" in the rcjast ho might
carefully reserve his appetite for it.
Tho simplicity and beauty of tho
idea nppealed instantly to tho good
duUo'a convives, and tho menu card
from thut moment became an insti
tution. When the Curate Made Love.
Tho lady had two suitors besides
tho curute, ono of theso being an
ofliecr in tho army and tho other iu
tho. pavyt jjn.dbo.Ui. fit UiciQ teilUe-
we frequently al,.rnt on duty,
oiiictiniea fur considerable tirno
together, thud giving the curate a
great advantage in presiiing hi anit.
Hut the reverend youth lacked
judgment and allowed a lamentable
I . l it .1
Ignornneo of the working of the
mmmno mind, for on ono onnsion
in anraking of tho ofl'icers to the
lady he remarked, "There b lund
rata and water rain."
"And cu'rata," retorted He lad
Prepamd For Emergency.
Zangwill, thii Jewi.-U noveliat, we
In early lifo extremely poor. It
said of him that when hi win a lit',
fellow of not moru than cicht
nine year1 ho rulkd on a I.,'
and UHked for a plueo a driv :
borne and cart.
The huib!i.-r i .ok' d down bt b.
"Whv, bidi.ii-,'' be iuiid, "you eg.:
uot drive) a hor.se and curt.
"Why not, sir?" linked Zany:'
f..l. U I,... Iltll,. '"
I ' V W lir'l J'JIM n I J '- tllfcl'.. . .
brM wouM ImiJ on vott.
Would ho?" nid the boy. "Veiv
be 'J Luvtj to utit in the curt first."
Recognizing Long Felt Want
While looking over bio morning
paper nt the breakfast table Mr.
fcpotcaeh read in the niineellaieoua
information columii the following
"One peculiarity observed by vis
itor in Culm in that no native,
voting oi old, ever whistle."
lie laid the patter down, went to
the telephone ami called up bin man
"Mr HlU(B,. )1C 8Uid, "at the
i-arlieat noshible moment 1 wish you
would iidvertise for a young Cuban.
I want him for an olliee boy." Chi-
An Irish Superstition,
In the rural parts of In land it Ii
considered unlucky to meet a red
haired woman on going out in the
morning, especially on a Monday
morning, for then the whole of the
comiiig week is involved iu the ill
luck. There i an Irish story of a
liewlv appointed village postman
who on starting forth to deliver his
first batch of letter bad the mis-1
fortune to encounter a woman within
red hair. He promptly went hoiiie!f
with his bii;:, and there was no pon-
tul delivery iu the township that j i3
!' ei.'i im.uil of ur.'jil nerii rney '
l'l nfes,,r '.., 1, ,,f . isii,
university has s!i..vvn tlwit hulf a tun I S
hi ie.' vvei-im tii.ir,. tii.ni ti. wjiter
'! " i ii' 1 1 fliiln mellia- I tt.-i 1 ij ii.i nt ily
".f lee. Thel-efMiv (lie wel-ht of ll
I ii id .V IllelellseH .is its I rill peril t II IV
full. This is ii f.iet uf llrst rate im
pul liinee In mn- Mrn ,,f physlcM uml
j clii nil-t ry. In endeiiv iiiinn to estl-
lililtr itsrMiet lira l iny; upon chcllll
j fill thnr.V I'rofeHHor I'.alieoek luiN
Jndvnnceil the v iew that what hr li;i
j shown t ii he t rue fur ot her oilistmii'i'M,
ami tins limit upmi this gaMicntlmi
tloii sniiiefar remdiinu: theiil'lrs.
MDS. CECEUA STOWE,
Uralor, Ki.tr Nun I'lub.
170 Warren Avenue,
CiiicAiio, Ii.i,., lct. 22, 1002.
For nearly four years 1 a u Herod
from ovarian truiililes. The, doc
tor iiiHisteil on aa Hration as the
ouly way to j;et well. J, however,
strongly olijected tu mi ocration.
My hujhaiul felt (lishem ened ex
well M I, fur liome with a Bick
woniail i.-i a (Ii :cioi sid.itr Jl:ici lit
hetl.. A friendly di'ii'ji lit n I vised
bii. i to . t a b. !!! of W iue of
( '.Cihii f,.r iue to try, :i:n h.'did m.
1 hi ye 1 1 " 1 'n iv e i n a I'e ,v i and
iny lyi ov, ry ,, i vei y r;ipid. V ith
in ( i ,'!.t. i v. c. 1. 1 I v. .i i another
Mrs. Stowe'a letter shows every
woiimn how u home in niidilsned hy
feiiiale weaknesand howeortipletely
Wiao (if Curd ui cure that Bick
nesn and hriiiL's health and hivcpi
ii ess aain. Io not go on Huffer
insr. Uo to your dnipfiHt today
and secure a $ 1.00 bottle of Wine
AtCcl.lJc lYrpnmtion for Ah
slmilatiiv H-.c Food and Ilctftila -line
(he btoimitla 'ind Ifcwds of
Proiiin'OM Dii.'.rv.'.ioji Clvctfol
nes;i:vl t oiil.iiiis n.-d'.Inr
i 'I ! I' i.f I
:.i f '.I'ttr ivt
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Wiirr.i.s.('!i:-,ii.. -i-.v .' 'ei ii!
itess ii ul L'Mis ) :' M.;-.hJ".
FocSiinU; Si'fuitiir? of
S. J. STUDLEY
ItXACT copy or wrapper.
I LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
JUST OPENP.P. (IOOD5 AR
RIVI.(J ALL THE TIME.
CALL AND SEC OUtf STOCK AND GET OL'R PRICES
ERECTED IN 1900
SeoMaKow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
Door North of
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Etc.
J. WENDELL, - Proprietor.
Tho Only First t'luss K'vtunrant in Lukovh'w. Tinki'.vH, '1
fhicki'im and Surklinv; Vim hnked to orih-r. thvad and km fi
t i v nlw ayt on hand. Kxivllont Service Priivs Keasmiuhh'. fi
F I t L. I'ltOOK.
l.Hinl OllU'd Ht I.HkcvU'W, Ori'xon, AugiiHt 1:1,
11(1 Notieo 1m lioreliy glvon that tho lullow-Inif-iiKincil
settler linn ft 1 el initios n( lii Inten
tion to umko lliml priml In nuppon o( lilsclulm
ami tliat said proof will be made befnro ltegis
ter and Kecelver at Lakvvluw, Orcgou, on
Ht'iitumticr aad, 1IHKI, vis. Josepli V. Kluury 11.
K. No. 'Jill for tlio NK1, oi hKU', ul NE'i
and NE'4 ofKK'ol 8ec li, t HU8 lt 20 K W M.
He naineii tho following wltueiMes to irovo
Ills ooiitlnnous rosltlvncu Ukiu aud imltivaiinu
of aald land, vis: V. 1., Hnollliitf, ltobcrl Mo
Keo, t'harles V. I'mhach, aud James I, Mctxkur
all of l.akevlew, Oregon.
Aug H0-H3 E. M, BaATTAiN, Register.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
F. E. HARRIS
Snider Bui'iJins cn Water St.
I.nnd Oftlco at Lakeview, Uregon, St-pt. 9 1903.
Nollee Is hereby given that the assignee of the
folloM Ing-iinmed sctiler ha tiled mn ice of his
I ii Ii' n tl ii n to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will lie made be
fore Kegisler and Keceiver of U. S. L. O. at
Lakeview, Oregou, oil Ootoher li, llUVl, vis:
Joseph L. Morrow, asslnneo of Jcsho Morrow,
formerly of Add, Or., but whose address Is now
unknown, for the Lots 1, 2, H, 4, 6, 6, 7 aud 8, beo
S3 Tp. 89 8. K, U K. V. M. Oregon.
He names the following witnusses to prove
hisconiliinous rosiduuue upon and cultivation
of said laud, vis: A. N. llenuett aud L. 1).
Krakea, ol Waruer Lake, Oregon aud 8. K. Sloau
nd Kd. A. Duuuaviu, ot Adel, Oregon.
bept, lo-W K. M. BaATTAlH.
Mn rniunr t
The Scenic Line
To The Cast And South
Throiiuh Halt Lake City, Leadville, Tue-
Wo, Colnrailo riiinK Mnd I)enrer.
Offer the choice of Three Koote thro
the famous Hoekjr Mnintain Heenery,
and Five Iiistitx.t I ton ten Cast and
Houth of Denver.
i FAisT Trains Imily" 3
I5'teen Oj'en and I)enver, carrying
an Classen oi .viou?rn hjm f,tiient.
Perfect Dininic Cur Service and Person
ally Oiriduen-d .'onrisi Kscursiona to all
STOI 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,
returning, leaves Paisley
at 6 :30 a. m every day but
PuwDitn' are S3- Round trip
OFFICE- Reynold, a Winanelil't. Lakrrlsw
fi. L. McXacghton, Prop.
Office at Mercantile Store
Stat?e leaves Lakeview Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays at 6 a. m., arrives
at Plush at 9 p. in. Leave Plusb Tues- -days,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6
a. nt., arrives at Lakeview at 9 p. m.'
Passenger fare $3 one way or f-5 for
round trip. Freight rates from May
let to Nov. 1st $.75 per hundred ; from
Nov. 1st to May Ut f 1.00 per hundred,
Western . Stage . Line
J. L. YADIN, Proprietor.
Office in Linkville Hotel
Daily from Acer to Klamath Hot
Springs, Keno, Klamath Falls, Dairy,
Bonanza, Hly and Lakeview.
Daily from Lakeview to Ely, Bonanza.
Dairy, Klamath Falls, Keno, Klamath
Hot Springs and Ager,
Makes connection with all train9 at
Acer. Also connects at Klamath Falls
with the stage for Ashland.
Good Stock Easy Coaches
II. E. Barker, I'rop'r.
Office in Bieber's Store
Stao leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sunday at 6 a. in. Arrives
at Alturas at 13 p. iu.
Leaves Alturas for Lakeview at
fj o'clock a. in., or on the arrival
of the stupe from Madeline. Ar
rived in Lakeview in T2 hours af
ter leaving Alturas.
Freight - Matter - Given
Strict - Attention ..
First - Class - Accomodations.
Bruds with Swallow Fork Id
right ear for ewes; revert
tor wethers. Borne ewes -;uare Crop and BUI
In right ear. Tar Brand 111. Range, Crane
Lake. Fostoffloe address, Lakeview, Oregon
Brands with Crop oft lell
ear, Hall Cnderorop off
right for ewes ; reverse (or wethers Tar Brand
W, Range, Fish Creek, Fostoffloe addreu