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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1904)
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A. V. BEACH.
Kdwnrd Selleck, a freight clerk of
Sun Francisco, paid .'." (or an old
building recently nd while touring
' It down for kindling wood (omul u
! bag containing f J.MM) In gold.
(One Year, $2.00 j
TERMS: J Six Month ...1.00, Stvi,r wpul, o( tlin North weMern
( Months, -fU j Stock Directory, complied by Slow A
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MACK II w k I mn'S m m' 1 yr 1 . : f . . , .
jotln. h 'i Hoi $.s iswiu nt , left at tin otlloe for diatrtnution. It in
Two inch" I n t w ii m i a valuable lHHk lor Mock men anil worth
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. . - - - President lln of Mexico makes It
LAKEYIEW. OREGON. JAN. iH, 104.
n rule to never refuse nn audience to
American visitor. He always has
Mile Dilham, a member of the bar ' Un interpreter nt his elbow.
In Franco, has successfully defended !
a murderer in a trial at Toulouse, j NVlson Woodninslc. aged 71. I mall
' 'carrier on tin star route Ih-Ihwii
Tho Connan finurrsK Is a sculptor Urccnc and Kscohcng, 11. I., a I 1m-
and a painter of in on- than usual ' tunco of nine miles, lie ha made!
ability. Man.v of her sketches and t his trip twice every weekday for a)
ttjtintliiL'M Hdot:i t hi wjiIIh of t he mi.ikt tiimiv vimh-ii itvi'i'tit uti i-i,r, I
palace. ! occasion when snow made the
- , roads absolutely impassable. The
THE BEST SHOES INTHE MARKET
The tirand Duke Vladimir Is the
Kwt looking of the sons of Alexander
II., and come next in succession ;
after the present car. lie Is not!
quite ho tall as his father, but other
wise resembles him very mueh.
old man looks to be ;ood for a num
Iht of years more.
t'aaad t arf far I ndixrnlioN.
I 1 uoe I ImmlH-rlaiii 8 Moniai-ii ami
' i Liver Tablets for indiitextion and tint!
that they suit iuv eae belter than any
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I lypH'i-ia remedy 1 have ever trieu and
i 1 have. nsieU many uitlerenl remedies.
William lU'st of Alanthos, Mo., i am r,eariy fiftynaie years of ne and
awl 9i, claims that he wiw engineer h,v entered a great deal from imliKea-
tion. I can eat almost anything 1 want
of the first locomotive oiiernteU In ! to now. tiso. W. Kmory, Rock Mids.
the United States, on its run of 30 j Ala. For ale by Ut lteall.
miles from Philadelphia to Trenton
i One of the utraiiKest churches In
I the world is at Taranakl, Australia
Baron Kuno, Frel Hei r von Lit, a ; K'" il four wull u'ure n iar
iuemler of the Oermau nobility. Is
employed in the locomotive depart
ment of n railroad nt Jackson Junc
tion, Mich., as a npecial apprentice
to learn what he can of American
methods of railroading.
advertisement tu flaming let tern,
The church was built by the firm
wloie goods are advertised, and
they claim that their Investment
will lie a paying one.
New Jersey aaloonkeeperH have
hit upon a heartless way of adding
fto their profits. In Hayonne It has
The M.S. of "Paradise Lost,"
which is to 1k sold in the spring, has
never been out of the possession nf n ihown that Htendy patrons of
the family of Jacob Tonson. who ! Hiue of the saloons have had their
succeeded the original publisher, I live8 ,,"u,ml b.v th" proprietors;
Simmons. .. owner of tho .-onvriht then they are kept full of Htiinuletlts,
of the poem. The present owner is '.
Mr. I'aker, a collateral descendant j
of the publisher. 1
and in a short time end their career.
In many cases the Insurance was
effected without the knowledge of
Christian Smith uf Hnriier't Ferry
Is one of the oldest of the veteran
railroad men of this country. He is
11 years old. In IS!!' he entered the
employ of the Iialtiiiiore & Ohio and
remained with it through all the
grades of fireman, engineer, mechanic,
conductor, supervisor, truinmaster,
dispatcher, ticket agent and pnssen- j
ger agent, well up Into the days of
the modern railroad. 1
"The Transplanting of a Lily" is a
charming story in the January issue
of Farm Life. "Some Mississippi
Frogs" is a quaint story of Southern
life on the farm In the New Year's
num 1st that will interest both the
old and young. The Kxaniiner has
made arrangements whereby both
Farm Life and The Fxnmiuer can lie
secured one year for ?2, our regular
yearly subscription price. Send In
your subscription to-day.
MADE AT NEwAy i
Wiiat Docs a Few Dollars Mean? g
Iu the shoo lii-ltl it means (L
The Best Possible in
Style, Comfort and Wear
If you invest in one of the above make
They are the fit all over, wear like iron, swell-appearing shoes that
(w hear about hut have never seen for the priee. We tlon't ask vou to take our
Si word ask the shoe.
p Lakeview Mercantile Co
Howard Cooper Johnson, a young
lawyer of Philadelphia, has sued the
Pennsylvania Railroad company for r'' ;," '
cents and Interest on that amount joint ached and every neave wan racked
from IHf. 2S last. Owing to a new
cut off recently laid by the company
It was unable to land Mr. Johnson
at the station his ticket named, but
left him several blocks away, and
the exertion he was obliged to make
to reach his destination is estimated
by him ut tlw value named.
with pain," writes C. W. I5ellaniy, a lo
icouiotive fireman, of liuilinton, Iowa.
'I was weak and pale, without any ap
Ietite and all run down. As I wan
alwHit to give up, I ft"t a bottle of Flee
trie Hitters, and after taking it, I felt as
wel! as I ever did in my life." Weak,
hii.k'y, run down people, always fiiin new
'. i fe, (strength and viuor from their nne.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Ieelieall. Price 50 cents.
Itev. Fiish W. t ook, the last but
taoofthe Kuivivors of the fa mom 1
clasB of at Yule college, died re- j
cently at his home, 170 Putnum j
venue, Brooklyn, after a protracted
UuietiH, in hl8ith year. Among his
feiJow graduates from Yale were:
"William M. Evarts, Samuel J.Tilden,
Ldward Pierrepont and Chief Justice
Morrison H. Waite. The two nur-
vivois of the class are Thomas Mills !
J'fly of Hat tfoi t, Conn., and Harvey
Hyde of Cincinnati.
Mrs. Merwood for the last 10 years
has successfully fil' -d the position of
Mtation master at Whippingham,
the pretty little wayside station on
the Isie of Wright railway lying 1
tween Newport and ('owes. Mrs.
Merwood Is not only station mis
tress, or master, whichever one may
please to term it; she Is booking
clerk, porter, gatekeeper, collector,
uud signalman as well. Hers is
probably as .many sided uud as
unique an occupation as that pur
sued by any woman In the liritlsh
An unlimited deposit of salt has
been discovered on Cote lilanche
Island, St. Mary's Parish. La. The
suit Is Olt per cent pure uud lies only
100 feet from the iiurface uud Is from
2000 to 2Ti(X feet thick, underlying
practically the entire island. Salt
hud been discovered previously nt
I'atel A use Island and I'.elle Isle, and
this new discovery 1 nuppofied to be
part of the Maine lied.
Special Kound Trip Kates.
Otween June 4th and AugtiHt l'"th
The Illinois Central will noil round t4p
tickets from Oregon and Waniiington
points, to Chicago, Cairo, Memphis, and
New Orleans at (ireatly Hediiced liatcH.
Ticket good for three montliH. (
ing limit ten dayH. Returning limit ten
days after Htar'ting went. Mop over
privilege either way, west of the Mis
Sale dated are arranged to he conven
ient to delegates to conventions of Na
tional Educational AnHOciation at Iios
ton ; Elks at Baltimore ; Woodmen at
Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;
Shrinera at Saratoga ; Knights of I'vth
inn at Louiaville and Commercial Trav
ellers at Indianapolis.
You can take your choice of Sixteen
Different Koines, Write us. We will
cheerfully give any detailed informa
tion you want.
H. 11. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
19 142 Third St. Portland, Orcgc n.
K I XT INC. IS AN ART IN
whieh Tin: H.amim:k e.
eells. - have all the late
styles in type and keep in
laro;e assortnunt of hiirh
rade statiimery so that there is
no delay iu exeeutin a lare onler.
Our priees will be fountl toeompare
favorably with other priees.
LATEST LAND AND STOCK NEWS
EIGHT PAGES LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
ESTABLISHED IN 1880.
The Visible Sup
ply of Timber.
T. P. Wulker, the Minnesota lum
berman, who has lieen gathering
statistics on the visible supply of
liiinlxT in the I 'nltcd States, Iiuh re
cently published his findings. They
are not reassuring. In the whole
country, according to his figures,
there are but 1,000,000,000,000 feet of
standing tlnila-r, ami of thls,0l'.",000,.
000,000 feet, considerably more than
half, is iu the three Pacific States,
California, Oregon and Washington.
Of this Oregon has L'lS.OOO.OOO.OOU feet
and California and Washington U00,.
000,000,000 feet each. It would up
pear then, that the Pacific states
have a corner on timber. When tho
rate at which It Is being manufac
tured Is considered, the Importance
of the Pacific supply is soon Iu com
parison with the seriousness of the
The census of VMM shown that :'!,
000,000,000 feet of lumber were cut
that year. To this Mr. Walker adds
:I,000,(MiO,hhi feet cut Into shingles,
railroad ties and the like, which
makes LD.OOO.Ooo feet cut annually,
and the rate of ciittlnglt is constant
ly on the Increase. At this rate, In
less than thirty-five years, the visible
supply of timber In the United States
will have been exhausted.
However, this may be, the Impor
tance of the fact that the three Pa
cific states have more than half the
standing timber of the country can
not be over-estimated. -That, ex
plains why railroads are seeking
routes Into the timber bells of the
heretofore considered Inaccessible
districts. Tho best timber of the
other states of the country Is practi
cally all cut down, while the forests
of the three Pacific states are com
paratively untouched. America has
not yet len rued to do w ithout tim
ber; It must lie supplied from some
where, nnd California, Oregon and
Washington are of the states of the
nation best prepared to furnish It.
Statements once btandlng In the
once great lumber states, nhows the
rapidity with which It has Imm-ii cut
off. Michigan has but 1 4,0000,000,000
feet standing, Wisconsin, !!0,OOU,000,
(HM) ami1 Minnesota, :io,000,0H),U00
while Maine, the training school of
American IuuiIkt, has but 8,000,000,
It may be, however, that Oi'.OOO,.
000,000 feet of standing timber In the
Pacific, Coast states Is more valuable
to the country standing than the
dollars and cents that In the next
quarter of a century will be sent here
I for It. Uut the effect that the iI.muwI.
Ing of the western hills Is to have
upon the country will be but lightly
taken Into consideration by those
Intent upon exploiting the western
forests. Commerce and Industry
demand the timber. The demand
will be honored. The dreamer and
the Helen tlet inny regret In thin gen
eratlon. Practical men of the world
however, will reserve their regrets
for the next.
Subwirlhurito lha Kiamlncr who re move
from oim loculliy o nmnhcr, or i ImiiKa
thulr Mitme (lilrc. ihonia rrmcmbur i
drop lliUotllco a curd M (heir oinir be ad
dreMud to t lit right poKlotllcu. . .