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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1904)
1'alarkf Itnyat Ham,
The Chrlallnn mini of Peter has
Berer heen fimhlonatile among royal"
Ilea. Mnuliiml tin never hnl n mon
arch luiilli-(l it IVter. find In other
rouutrlea the I'etcr hare heen on
lucky. peter or Pedro I., emperor of
Praxll, nliitli'iitiHl after an uneasy
reign, and hu ami. IV1ro II., wit
(riven to I'nropo by a revolution and
tied In Pari In IMlil. Pedro the Cruel
f ('untile anil Ieun wan slain by hit
lirother In alngle combat. Peter the j
(ireat of UumnIii wm Kullty of frightful 1
rxceaaea. IIU KTaiidaon, Peter II.,
relftnetl only three year and died of
niallpox lit he age of fifteen. Peter
III. wim dethroned mid strangled hy
ronnplrntora. Peter I. of Hervla bin al
ready n linifiil nmMncre liehlnd him.
John U nnother name avoided by roy.
uIImIh. We luul only one John, and the
Xperlence wm unhnppy. In Hi-otlund
licit wun the piipnbir repugnance to
the mime tlmt when the mm of ItnlxTt
II. nn'ciiili'd the tbriHH' he changed bin
mime from John to Hubert. I'ew of the i
Jnmi'Kt-M ti Iff I In their bed. Illiil the til- j
terntloii to I'hnrlea win not n micrena
ful experiment. I'.ilwnrd, fSeorge, Wll
Hum it tut Henry huve on the whole
been fortunate muiien for our aover-
-lgll til beur, IHiibili Chrollh'le.
Maklaa ftlaatar4 Oil (.
Nowhere doe the polley of eeoiimny
tvhlih Mr. llockefcller him worked out ;
allow iH-tter than In ou of the Stand-
rd miming work. Hevernl month '
ii Ko the writer v lulled the large! of
the Standard enn fui torlea, the Itevoe,
on the Kind river, Ixmr Inland City, j
It Im n ciiparlly of Ave gallon i
ran a day mil U probably the Urgent i
-an factory In the world.
'1 he live gallon can turned out at
the licvoe In ii marvel of evolution.
The preacut method of manufacture
re almoat entirely the work of Her
man Miller, known In Ktnudnrd circle
a llu "father of the live gallon can."
The mnchliitry for making the can
linn been ao develoed Hint while. In
Hi'4", when Mr. Miller lgnn hi work,
one mail and a ly aoldered WrO rnna
in a day In isso three men made R.imi,
and aluce IKlia three men have made
JI,(k. It I an actual fact that a tin
4-au In made b) Miller In Just about
the time It tnkea to walk from the
lolnt In the fuetory where the aheetN
ttt tin are unloaded to the (mint where
the tlnltdied article In filled with oll.--Ida
M. TnrlM'll In Met 'lure's.
Waaua I. of Xlnarr.
The preHNeN of the bureau of engrav
ing and printing are moving tw . 1 1 y -four
hours n day prlnll.i,' mouc;,'. Tln
run In on new national bank iioIun.
It take alum! twen'y-flve tiny tn
prepare new money for the biukN r
that It will lie iroierl,v McitHiuied to fc'o
Into the IicihIn of the (ml. lie.
The bunk have order abend for
ninny million, and the circulation In
hcliiK ib-tivered to the comptroller by
wagon ImnlN eaeh day. Prom the
comptroller' a oltlee It i whipped to the
ItankN iimiii tin b'iMit of bund cov
ering the umouiit t'l le Hbllpel. The
circulation of national bnnka of the
United State hna panned the $100,000,.
iiOO mark, the Urgent amount la their
Dec. 31 hiHt the circulation of the
tanks stood at $;iHl,!r'i,7M, and thla
Mraa ronaldered about the hlgheat tig
ure that would be reached before next
fall. Wuihliitfton pont.
Ureal Hrltaln'a Neaa-olaa; Men.
One In every thirty alx of tho male
over fifteen yenra tf nice In the United
Kingdom u a Hcaman In the mercantile
nmrlne or u HmIhthiu n. according to the
report of the board of trade commit
tee, but that by mi menu reprenent
the proportion of lli-lbui who k to the
hcii In xhlp. l''or the current year the
total number of olllccr and men, active
aervlce rutluicN, provided by the ehtl
inateN for the royal navy la 127,000,
belnic on IncreiiHo of 1,1)00 over tho
jirevloii yeur. Tuklni; the two total
this iiieuua that one In about every
twenty la a aallor, which la an enor-
inouHly lurer percentntce thau that
wlich any other nation ran boaat,
even with the conscription which aup
plica the ceauien of several continental
4-ountriuH. Londoe furmiicle.
"llow tirnndma S.i w Lincoln," a
tnoMt iutcrvHtliiK Ntnry, never before
pultllHlii'i, IkihimI mi u real Incident
In the life of tho liiinmrtnl Lincoln,
will nppcnr In Die 1'cln iinry iiiiinlar
of I'n ii ii Life. Thin ilelluhtful t wi irn
llvo will rlmriii I'vcty render anil the
only way to enjoy It U to KiiltHcritm
fur Farm Life early ho that you can
Hiviiro tlrn Fclirniuy number. ThU
Ih only one of the iiwiuy ft'ooil fca
tiircNof thin hlcinlll niiiKalno for
farm folkH. V iv certain that
every reader of The Examiner will be
Ki'cutly ploani'il to read Farm Life
for a year anil thoHc who have not
already Hubxcrlbcd may ycc hccuic
HiU muKaxinu and The Examiner for
mily f-'. KuliHcrllie to-day.
Ntale ai. Ilelenn,
' A reii-nt leudiiiK nnb le In the only
paper printed on the NiiMileonlc rock
dvncnleN the collvcrHlon of St. Helena
Into a aort of penal net I lenient n the
only mode of aalvatlon. St. Ilelemi bad
an extraordinary boom of prosperity
during the Hon Hi African war, when
thotinauiU of IIimt prlaonera were I no
lated there. Now there la no market
for the local beef and vcjcetablca. and
the aKrlcullurlNtN are In deapalr. "Their
lamia are full of weed, their garden
A NeaaarkaWI list.
AceordhiK to a French paper, there
la a man In Ixmduii who inmuut a
remarkable atraw hat. For year pant
lie una followed King Edward about at
foreign watering place, and whenever
he aitw the Prince of Walea, a the
king then wa. drinking anything
through a atraw he pounced down Uxn
the Htriiw and addiil It to hi collection.
l.Ht year thl atruiige collii-tor hud
pithenil iieh a bundle of atruwa that
lie had a hat made of them.
MIn Itrlichtlle - (ih. Mr. Search,
there" n young lady here tonight I
know you will like!
Mr. Search -I feel extemely flattered
to find that you have made audi a clow
atllily of my tanti. Pleami demTlIn
Ml lirlghtlle-Hhe'a worth a million.
New York Weekly.
Willie (who ha attended three rainy
Sunday achool excurnlonni-Mainuia,
why doe It rain every day?
Mniiima-Well. Willie. I think that
all the farmer iiiiimI have prayed for
rain and (jod hna been nnnwerlng each
prayer epnrately,Ncw York Time.
I aa purer lal4.
"Do you believe," aald the lady With
the aear ami yellow, "that the good die
"How could I?" cxilaliiied the flat
terer "how could 1, and you ao good
Coddlua Whenever 1 ai-e you. you
are rending a novel. You don't mean
to aay you remcmlMr all of them?
Short Dear inc. no! It'a tiecnuae I
don't remember them I like to read
them. Boiton Trnnwript.
Ko llemaad Kor II.
"SiiNle Iiiihii'i put up her hummock
"No. That new young mini of hera
li too Iniy to awing It. nnd it makea
l.im xlck to ait III lt."Ocvclniid I'hiln
fuller Are you aure your mlatreaa I
Itrldget Ol it tn not, but lw anmea to
be, ho 'tl Hot fur the lolkea o' me to
lloubt It.-I'lilhulelphhi I'reHH.
The Lla al l.ra.l lletUiaarr.
"Well, 1 see that fumoua uuthoreaa
married, after all."
"Yea, It proved easier to find an af
flnlty than a publlaher. I fancy." De
troit Free I'reaa.
No Mare Klarare of Ipt'ttk,
Time dlea!" exclaimed the uiau wfca
hid been uji late the ulght before as
be threw the alarm clok throuKh tai
Window. Cblciigo Itecord-lIcrniiL
MBS. CECELIA STOWE,
Uralor, Batra Nou Clue,
176 Warren Avenue,
Cuicaqo, III., OcU 22, 1902.
For nearly four years 1 Buffered
from ovarian troubles. The doc
tor insisted on an operation as the
ouly way to fret well. J, however,
strongly objected to an operation.
My husband felt disheartened a
well aa 1, for home with a sick
woman ia a disconsolate place at
heat. A friendly druggist advised
him to pet a bottle of Wine of
Cardui for me to try, and he did so.
I began to improve in a few davs and
my recovery was very rapid. With
in eighteen weeks I wus another
Mrs. Stowe'a letter shows every
woman how a home is saddened by
female woaknes and how completely
Wine of Cardui cures that sick
ness and brings health and happi
ness again. I)o not go on suffer
ing. Go to vour druggist today
and secure a f 1.00 bottle of Wine
AVcpcfablc Pfcpnralionror As
slrrtilaiing flic Food nrut licfijula
linttieSloinatlaantllJowelsof Promote s nic1,Mlinn.Chrrrfiir
riess aivl Ilcsi .Cin!."iiiw ih'IHht
(hnuinforpiiiiii nor Minora I.
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-k.lt, :'. itr-
;.. ..( ,.'
Won Piivtil rxwlVwrish
iwsi ftm! L.)iiS Of SLEL'I.
FacSuiiW Sitfnnlurr or
Mamaiaaaaiiaiaii t vzsk
tAACT COP Of WRAPPER
S. J. STUDLEY , F. E. HARRIS
STUDLEY & HARRIS
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything In the line of
Il CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
ERECTED IN 1900
SeomaKow LIQHT & HARROW, Proprietors
sJ Door North of
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Etc.
J.WENDELL, - - - Proprietor.
The Only First Class Restaurant in Lakeview. Turkeys,
Chickens and Suckling Piua baked to order. Bread and pas
try always on hand. Excellent
Dtitrv your confl- Vl
danc. 1 hey have never
fallal won't (ail now.
Sold by all dialers.
100 Hera Annual
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For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
v ecwTiiua itmn, mm vaaa try.
Snider Bui'ding on Water St.
Hotel Lakeview -3 I
Service Prices Reasonable.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it
UI IIIUUI u. i I u
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure t Lung Troubles.
Monty back If It fail. Trial Bottlea rraa.
The Scenic IJne
To The Est And South
Through Halt Lake City, Leadville, Poe-
blo, Colorado spring and iH-nver.
Offera the choice of Three Kiutea thro
the famoua Kocky Mountain 8:er,ery,
and Five I)itinct Kontei Eaat and
Mouth of Denver.
3 "PA3T TRAIN5bA'lCV 3
ISctneen Og'en and Denver, carrying
II ClaBea of Mmlern Kfjniproent.
Perfect Dining Car Service and Person
ally Conducted .'on rig t Eicurnions to all
STOF1 OVERS ALLOWED
Oft ALL CLA5SES OP TICKET
For all information and illuttraled liter
atu.e, call on or addrete
124 Third St. Portland, Or
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRIAN, Proprietor.
Leave" Lakeview at 6 a. m.
every day but Sunday.
Returning, leaves Paisley
at 6 :'d0 a. m every day but
PasMagcra' ar j. Roaatf trip f g
OFFICE- Urnol1 A WnfleM' l.kerw
6. L. McNacohtox, Prop.
Office at Mercantile Store
l Stage leave Lakeview Mondays, Wed
nesdayg and Fridays at 6 a. m., arrives
at I'lueh at 9 p. m. Leaven Plush Toes
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6
a. in., arrives at Lakeview at 9 p,
Passenger fare f-3 one way or 5 for
round trip. .Freight rates from May
1st to Nov. 1st $.75 per hundred ; from
Nov. 1st to May 1st $1.00 per hundred.
Western . Stage . Line
J. I YAOIN, Proprietor.
Office in Unkvllk Hotel
Daily from Ager to Klamath Hot
Springs, Keno, Kiamath Falls, Dairy,
Bonansa, Bly and Lakeview.
Daily from Lakeview to Bly, Bonama.
Dairy, Klamath Falls, Keno, Klamath
Hot Spring a and Ager,
Makes connection with al! trains at
Airer. Also connects at Klamath Falls
with the stage lor Ashland.
Good Stock .-.. Easy Coaches
H. E. Babkeb, Prop'r.
Office In Bieber's Store
rStage leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sunday at 6 a. m. Arrives
at Alturaa at 6 p. ra. "
Leaves Alturaa- tor Lakeview at
0 o'clock a. m., or on the arrival
of the stage from Madeline. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 hours af
ter leaving Alturae.
Freight - Matter - Given
Strict - Attention -
First - Class - Accomodations.
lamOC Rami Bmds with 8wallow Fork In
ddlUGd Udlij riKht ear lor owes; rrversa
(or wether. Some ewes Square, Crop and Bill
In right ear. Tar Brand 111. Range, Crane
Lake. Poatnflloe addreia, Lakeview, Oregon
7flf Whitunrth Brand with Crop o left
LaU II III IfTUI III ear. Halt Underorop off
right (or ewe ; reverie (or wether Tar Brand
W. Range, FUh Creek. Pontoffioe addreta