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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1904)
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LAKE VIEW, OREOON, FEB. JJ. IM4.
To a Kentucky coloni'l It must
seem like an nwful waste of good
material to turn wheat ami rye into
William Laclede, once Iiuiioih ns u
negro minstrel, has leeii taken to a
Cjnclnuati hospital hopelessly par
alyied. Both limbs are useless, due,
the doctors tuny, to too much dancing.
Kuno Fischer, the euiinent histor
ian of philosophy, has at last isx-n
obliged to give up hi professorship
in Heldellterg. He in in his eightieth
year and has leen at Heldollerg
William Darrach, who graduated
trom Yale in 1897, and who has leeu
appointed one of the lecturing physi
cians at the P. and S. hospital, in
New York city, is the youngest man
who ever held the position.
it is said that the Japanese have
no Bwear words iu their language.
It must be quite a trial to undergo
those feelings by just thinkiug.
When they learn to talk Russian
then one long swear word will
answer for a long time.
The Attorney General has, In
answer to a -question by District
Attorney Brown, of Boseburg, de
cided that the law passed by the last
Legislature providing that banks
must furnish assessors with a list oj
their depositors Is void.
Since the Iroquois theater disaster
In Chicago suits have Itegun. One
for 1 100,000 has lieen filed, and more
will follow. If all the suits that
could be filed were filed and won,
there wouldn't be euough money in
Chicago to pay the judgements.
Lotta M. Crab tree, once a stage
favorite, recently sold tor $50,000 a
Iiece of San Francisco real estate for
which she paid $10,000 some 20 years
ago. Miss Crabtree made a deal of
money as an actress and is now re
puted to be several times a millionaire.
Ex-Mayor Set h Low of New York
lias gone with his wife to Europe,
where he intends to remain until
next June making Naples Ids head
quarters. The cares of office have
somewhat impalivd his. health, and
lie finds he has need of a protracted
l'rofessor N. S. Shaler will probab
ly return from his travels In the, Med
iterranean basin in time for the Har
vard commencement. His plans in
clude a voyage up the Nile to inspect
the barrage works and the present
condition at Pbilae, and also a visit
to Greece to see, with his own eyes,
the spoil of the recent Cretan explorations.
King Alfonso of Spain Is giving
his subjects lessons in agriculture.
He wants to show them that by the
application of modern methods laud
which for centuries has been held to
be barren can be madetojleld profit
able crops. For this purpose he has
selected 700 hectares of his poorest
land and has procured machinery of
the latest type. Nearly every day he
drives out to Inspect the work, ac
companied by the minister of the i
exterior, Count San Bernardo, who
is said to bu more of an agriculturist
thau a diplomat.
(Kt Ort'gonUn )
Here la n won! In confidence to the
school girl. It Is not meant for you
little sniffy chits down In the stxth
grade, nor tor you old maids vho
graduated, bloomed ami faded years
and yenrs ago. . It Is for that rosy
rank of cherubs, ranging In age from
13 to 1(1, each one a jolly armful, the
glowing Htals of whose cheeks are
tinted with the supreinest glory of
girlhood. This Is for you, alone.
Itst nlglrt as you went home from
school, God bless you, you made
goo goo eyes at a school boy on
Main street. You thought no one
but he saw It. You were deceived.
Twenty watching hoodlums saw It
and tittered and marked your face
down In their- memories. Tonight
and tomorrow night as you pass,
these waiting hoodlums will be there
to start a flirtation. It may Is? In
nocent and harmless to flirt with a
school boy four and a halt feet tall.
Hut that Is a starter. Tomorrow It
will ls with some fellow not a school
boy and five feet tall, and next week
It will be with a man six feet tall,
with a curled mustache and an eye
that sets your head in a whirl. All
the sweet pleadings that ever fell
from a mother's lips can't undo this
fellows glances, if you Invite them
by beginning a flirtatlou on the
street. Don't begin It. It Isn't fun
uy nor smart. It Isn't the place,
time uor manner for making ac
quaintances ami you need not get
mad about it. It Is uo wori for
boys to ewear In your presence on
the street, than for you to flirt In
public, as you go down the street.
Life Is ahead of you. It Is for you
to make It or mar It. Which will
Where there used to be a feeling of
UDeasine8 and worry in the household
when a child showed symptoms of croup
there is now perfect confidence. This is
owing to the uniform success of Cham
berlain's Cough Kemedy in the treat
ment of that dieease. Mrs. M. 1.
Batdord, of i'oolesville, Mil., in ((peak
ing of her experience in the line of ttiat
remedy says : "I have a world of con
tideuce in Chamberlain CuukIi Kemedy
for I have used it with perfect succebs.
My child Garland it subject to severe
attack of croup and it always gives him
prompt relief." For sale by Lee Beall.
There are always a great numls-r
of people very timid about contrib
uting news items to the local pajier,
says au exchange. While there are
always many little Incidents occur
lug it is impossible to have a repre
sentative on the spot to chronicle
the fact. A note can lie sent to your
local paper for one cent and It is
surely worth this small mite to see
your name in print while It helps
your friends at a distance to know
what is going on at home. This In
many instances gives the Impression
that items are left out Intentionally.
The fact is that the news does not
reach the office In time or may never
at all. That w hich is news to you
may be of Interest to others. Only a
line or two inserted containing a
familiar name carries Interest to
your friends and others abroad, who
appreciate the value of the home
Ksrapeel na A ful Pate.
Mr. .'I. Hanging of Melbourne, Fla.,
writes, "Mr doctor told me I had Con
sumption and nothing could be done for
me. I was given up to die. The offer
of a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, induced me
to try it. Results were startling. Iam
now on the read to recovery and owe
all to Dr. King's New Discovery. It
surely saved my life. this great cure
is guaranteed fur a throat and lung
diseases by Lee Beall Druggist. Price
50c & $1. Trial bottles free.
An antls wea ling leuguu lias been
formed at Hammersmith, Loudon,
which will appoint Inspectors,
whose duty It. will be to warn, and
afterward, If necessary, summon any
person found swearing In the street.
Another t'w ot Itlieumatinui 4'urrd
h t hnmbrrlalu a 1'hIm tlalui.
The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm in the relief of rheuiuatum is
being demonstrated daily. Parker
Triplett, of Origsby, Va., says that
Chamberlain's Pain Balm gave him
permanent relief from' rheumatism in
the back when everything else failed,
and lie woold not be without it. For
ale by Lee Beall.
The Place to Buy
Your groceries and Family Supplies is at
The Lakeview Hercantile Company's
Store 'I he Winter Stock is being rap
idly closed out to make room for our im
mense Spring Stock which will be here
In a very short time.
Our llhe of "PEPPERED WARE" is the
Latest. Call and see for yourself.
Lakeview Hercantile Company
PfcV 5aV ry iy'V'' Vs TaV
KINTINC. IS AN ART IN
which Tin-: Kxaminkk c.-
I -fc., i cells. c have all the late
Jqp5 ,tylcs in type and keep in
stock a la rue assortment of hijjh
jjraclc stationery so that, there is
no delay in executing a large order.
Our prices will he found tocompare
favorably with other prices.
LATEST LAND AND STOCK NEWS
EIQHT PAGES LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
ESTABLISHED IN 1880.
When You Have a Old.
The first a-tion when you have a cold
should be to relieve the lunx. This is
best accomplished by the free use of
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy. - This
Kemedy liquefies the tough mucus and
causes its expulsion from the rir cells of
the lunits, produces a free expectoration,
and opens the secretions. A complete
cure soon follows. This remedy will
cure a severe cold in less time than any
other treatmeut and it leaves the sys
tem in a natural and healthy coodition.
It counteracts any tendency toward
pneumonia. For sale by Lee Beall.
The Oregon Dally Journal nnd the
Lake County Kxaminer both one
year for $0. The Weekly Journal
and Kxaminer one year for lj2.75.
The Semi-Weekly Journal and Kx
aminer one year for $3. tf
llrttrr Thau Ulil.
'1 was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervous debil
ity," writes F. J. Oreen, of Lancaster,
N. II. "No remedy helped me until I
began using Klectric Bitters, which did
me more good than all the medicines I
ever used. They have also kept my
wffe in excellent health for years. Hhe
says Klectric Bitters are juHt splendid
for female troubles; that they are a
grand tonie and invigorator for weak,
run down women. No other medicine
ran take its plaie in our family." Try
them, Only 50c. Fatibfaction guaran
teed by Lee Beall.
"How Grandma Nn w Lincoln," a
most Interestlnjjstory, never before
puDUslied, based on a real Incident
In tlie Utu of the Immortal Lincoln,
will appear In the February numU-r
of Farm Life. This delightful narra
tive will charm every reader and the
only way to enjoy It is to subscribe
for.Farm Life early so that you cau
secure the February number. This
Is only one of the many good fea
tures of this splendid magazine for
fajin folks. We are certain that
every reader of The Kxuinlucr will be
greatly pleased to read Farm Life
for a year and those who have not
already subscrllted may yec secure
this maga.luu and The Kxnmluer for
only!?:'. Subscribe to-day.
('huiiilK'rlalii'a Ntomaeh and Liver
Tablets, luequullf d for lou.
Mr. A. K. Kane, a prominent druggist
of Baxter Hprinxs, Kansas, says : Cham
berlain Stomach and Liver Tablets
are, in my judKinent the most superior
preparation of anything in use today
for constipation. They are sure in
action and with no tendency to nauseate
or gripe. For sale by Lee Bead.
The Kxaminer has for sale one of
the I test stock ranches In Iikecoiinty
ou very reasomtble terjns (.00 acres,
all fenced, ami wchVwatered. This Is
a great bargalu ami will not remain
long unsold. We also have a down
other ranches and farms to dispose
of. If you have any land or proper
erty to sell, list It with the Kxam
iner. Send in description and we
will sell It for you. 3Stf
In all IU ilaifca.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleaiiM, kkiIIim and lusals
tlia dlwiuril tnuinhrano.
It cures catarrb and drive
awar a cold lu Ilia bead
Cruain Ilulm In planed Into the iottrlU,iirt'adi
over tlia ineuilirune mid la aliaorUu. KelicMn Im
mediate and a cure follow. Ill not drying doe
not produce amiezliiK. Large Size, 00 oeuU at Drug
flit or by mall j Trial Hire, 10 cent.
KLT UUOTUKKH, It Warren Blreut, Mew York
Sulincrlber to 1 bo Eiamlner who rmnovs
irom (inn locality to another, or nhaiiiia
llielr poiUirnce addrea ibould reiueinbur lo
drop th la nltlue a card so tbvlr pa pur can be ad
dressed to the right postoUloo.