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WOMAN AND FASHION
A Lovely WUI. I
The lovn,y tvnNt lnr pictured In u
lisndmndi Imdlcn of white silk. Ilia,
Joke U of !lns folds of Milk held to
gether by rroi iirilnu nnd on which tiny '
dots liuvo Imhmi aplliui-d. An club".
WniTB SILK stANUMAKK 1IODICK. i
oroto nppll'i'i" design tlceoratea tbo
front and npitcura also on the lower,
portion of tli4 sleeves. The aleeves arc
very full above the cuff, and the bodice
Mouses out sunnily nnn is insieneu in
the back. 'IiIi,oko News.
Hundreds of People Coming West.
WOKUVS FA I It G HOUNDS, St.
I.uiiIh Mo., July ft. Hundreds of j
Kxptmltlon visitor) nrc Interested In .
i n-;uii ami If nil coiin west In 1!HK!
who any they art! cnuilntf, th pop-i
olutloii of the tntv will rlne with a
At least it ilu.i'ii visitor a day
"hop In at tlie Oregon st ute iSulldlnjr
tul aniioiiiice their llrin Inteutlnii of
oWtllntf lii Oregon In the full or next
spring. Of these a largo iiuiiiUtJ
Iwive already selected the liH'ntloiis.
fur their new 1ijiiim, ami tunny have
purchased farms ami niches, both In j
t he eastern nml western sections of,
the state, t
Portland will get a large shore ofj
the perspective emigrants, largely j
tin account of the lls.' Exposition, j
other towns who have illHtrllmteil 1
advertising matter at the St. I.otilsj
fair will nlo get iiiutiy of the new
Very few of those win) have nil-'
nouueed their liiU-nl lonjof wH'kln
new home in the wont areforely;tieri'.
MoHt are Ainerlcaii cIIImmih, tired of
the. unHutUfnetory romlltloiiMthat
exlMt lu thU wrtloil of the I'nlted
staU-H. All have families.
The HecurliiK; of people of thin Sort
will more than repay Oregon for the
money Mpi-nt In the exhlhitu In the
I.imiImIiuiu l'uiThaxe FxpoHltlon. It
UeMllmiited that '-1MMI new reMldi-ntM
hnvo already Imvii neeiired, and If
they all reach the Ktate with $KMI
apiece, whleh inont of them will, and
more too in nil probability, the net
reHult will be f -'OO.tMKi, Juat four tlmen
the u mount appropriated for the ex
hibits here. That U t liemoney back,
nnd 300 per cent. Increase, which In a
good rate theno dayn.
Stats' of Onto, City ok Tomcih),
LlXAS lk)l NTV ) '
Fhanic J. Chknky niHkes oath that he
is senior partner of the . firm of F. .1.
CiiKNitY & Co., doinir husinesa In the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
Hald, and tliat'siiid iirm will pay the
Hum of ON K HUNDUKI) UOLLAK.S
for eaclt and every case of Catarrh that
cannot he cured by the use of JIai.i.'h
Catahh'i Cl itic.
Sworn to before me nnd subscribed in
my presence, this nth dny of December,
A. 1., 1HHI!.
A . . It l.ftAMJA ,
Hall's Calarrh Cure is taken inter
nnlly, anil acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
(Send lor testimonial, free.
F. J. CI I F.N FY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by nil Druggists, 75c..
. Hall's Family Fills are the best.
Several copies ol the Northwestern
Ktock Directory, complied by Bloss A
Liuhtly, printers of Alturnn, have been
left at this ollice for distribution. It is
n vuluablo Iniok lor stockmen and worth
i the price. 11
THREATENED BY THE TIDES
Danish Csstl of Xronborjr, th Ki
ll a or of IhtkNpMrt'i "Baun
lot," In Dsngsr.
According to tha Wsstmlrisler Oa
mtta, the Danish castla at Kronborrt.
celsliratrd in llierstiirs at the KUiuoi"
of Htiai.tNiirnrs s "Hamlet," Is threat
rncd with rtVsiriirilon In ronM-ijiM-uc1
Of IIIKlMI llllllltlK ty III llllill M'lfrS of
the Kiutsl. The castla. It no
stands, was built by r'rsrtetlrU II. ,U
lt74 on a (ki of land at ths Junction
of ths Kallsitat and Orssund. and Its
foundations bava bean aerioualy dam
d by vloliint atornia.
'Ilia maudaud's corruapondent aaya
that unlsss aoiiietuinic la dona to prs
arve KmnhorR the castle will have to
tie (Hilled down, wltti the terrara on
which the (hoat of llsrnh'I's father
HH'ared, aa well aa I ho no lass famous
vault beneath the casstiiiiirs, where
HolKar KsnsWe, the national hero,
sleeps, waltina; for the hour when be
will be railed to free Denmark from
a foreign yoke.
DMth by Starvation.
Tb pbenoiuona of starvation bar
been a suhjert of study by Vanlatr, j
llelKlan ihysioliiKist. Vbe fastliiK per
son Is at fiml tantalized by recollec
tions of flavors and nromas, and the
rail for food Is soon emphasized by
runiiilliig In the Intestines, painful
spamna of the stomach and dl.sinas
I lm activity of tha brain diminishes,
the bands tremble, the limbs shake,
and tha muscular weakness becomes
excessive. The heart aoon bents faster
and lighter. Uody weight diminishes,
the fat cells being first affected, then
tha liver, must I us, bloerfl, tutestlnes
and bones, but tha heart and nervous
centers suffer little until near the eud.
Tba lessening of bodily activities
brings a rapid fall of temperature. A
death draws near, tba taca becomes
ashy, tba ayaa are flsed, muscular
feebleness is extreme, and the lega are
swollen and covered with blotches.
Tba scene cloaea In aa unreal world of
Tba Upper St Lawrence.
Considerable attention haa been paid
during late years to the buoying and
lighting of the upper St. Lawrence,
until to-day a good, clear channel, with
14 feet of water at any season. Is dear
ly marked all the way from Kuiksioj
id Montreal. Modern gas buoys, burn
ing acetylene ess. light the channel at
all needed points.
tine l.nty'n Heremmendallon Meld
Hn Motra or 4 hamberlala'a
Mlosnarti and Liver Tahlel.
I linve, I U'lieve, sold fifty hoxe of
('lintiihcrlsiu'N Stomach ami Liver Tal
lets on the recommendation of one lady
here, who bought a box of them alout
a year au Mie never tires of telling
her neiglilHirs and friends about the
jjihk! uuslities ol there tablets. -I. M.
!iioiik, 1'rtiKii-t, Hocheeter, Ind. The
pleasant purgative effect of the tablets
makes them o favorite with lad ieu every,
where. For Sale by Leo lieull.
HORSE SAVES TWO LIVES.
Another Orade Croaalng Disaster Is
Averted by Animal Intelligence
Oatekeeper Was Asleep
A Maiden physician had an adventure
some time ago which he does not care to
repeat, although It gave him & much
higher appreciation of the Intelligence of
his pot driving horse than he had pre
viously entertained, says the Boston
Transcript. He was returning home
rrom visiting a patient late at night. In
company with a clergyman, when the
horse stopped short at one of the most
dangerous grade crossings within tlie
city's limits. Absorbed In lively conver
sation with the clerical friend, and see
ing no gate down, he mechanically
touched the horse with the whip and
urged It by his voice to go forward, but
the spirited animal for once would not
respond, and, Instead of obeying, stepped
briskly aside and turned his head as far
as possible from the train which Just
then whizzed by at the rate of 40 miles an
hour. It waa a close call for tha occu
pants of the carriage, who sat breathless
through the moments of terrible sus
pense, but the horse maintained Its at
titude of a half circle until the danger
waa passed. It seems that the gate
keeper was asleep at his post, and had
neglected his duty, but the delicate ears
of the horse had detected the sound of
the coming train and had rightly In
terpreted It aa the signal of a danger to
be avoided. Iloth men were nrmiy con
vinced that they owed their lives, under
Providence, to the lnt? indent use the ani
mal nmdo of its former experiences with
grade crossings, and nothing but a farm
"down east" with a radium mine on It
would now tempt 1U owner to part
A p ii ki rAitin tn liu'lit that for (or ner-
iutmit. unit unmerciful torture hns ner-
haps never been equalled. JoeOolo-
hick, of Colusa' Ualil, writes, "tor 10
years I endured insufferable pain from
Klioumutism and nothing relieved me,
though 1 tried everything known. 1
came across Klectrlo llittera and it's the
greatest medicine on earth for that
trouble. A few bottles of it completely
relieved and cured mo." Just as good
for Liver and Kidney troubles and gen
eral debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Leo Beall, Druggist.
PERIL IN ELECTRIC WIRES.
Flree Are Frequently Caused j
Badly Protected Conductors
Caaea in Montreal Cited.
It was claimed at one time that the
substitution of electricity forgssand pe
troleum In lighting would result In a
lessening of the danger from firs. Dut a
recent report Issued by tha Montreal
Are and light committee tends to show
that the dancer hss been Increased rath
er than diminished by the change, says
the Toronto Globe. The report gives
I record of ItV) fires due to electric cur
rents during the last three months of
1103. with an aggregate loss of fl.SOO,-
When classed according to causes the
list shows thst 22 Area were due to the
contact of telephone, telegraph and oth
er low potential wires with ebclrlc
light and other high tension circuits.
Wires grounded on gas pi pea arte re
sponsible for 19 fires. Fleven flri-s were
due to the defective wiring of rs fix
tures, five to the pni,i"liirlnr of pan t-lj-es
by I he currents of M -xlble rnr'' rt.p!
around them, three to short cir'-''!' ir
moldings, three to open I nt. fmcs In
porcelain cut out bses. J5 to ovcrhi a'ef!
reslstsnce colls and liea'lmr rfev'rr a and
nine to Incandescent lamps rmlrig In
contact with Inflammable material. In
the same report I3S fires arc recorded In
which electricity was supecfd of being
the cause, but In which all material evi
dences of origin were destroysd.
Sight Wuller Trrrar
"I would cough nearly r II night long,"
wrio. Mm. fliua. A titiluate. lit AlfVuri-
dria, Ind.. "and could hard'v get any
sleep, i mm consumption so nau nisi
if 1 walked a block 1 would cough fright
fully and spit blood, but when all other
niedicioe failed three f l.(MJ bottlea of
Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured
me and 1 gained M pound." It's aho
lutely guaranteed to cure Coughs ami
('olds, LaCrippe, llronchitis and all
Tli rout and Lung Troubles. Price 51
cents and fl.OO. Trial bottles free at
lleall's at Pru Store.
ARCHITECTURE IN KOREA.
Is Salted to Anything But the Mm
treme Climate Buoh aa Pre
The Korean style of architecture fa
suited to anything but an extreme cli
mate such aa prevails there, aaya the
Housekeeper. During the winter months
It is very cold. The houses are made
of bamboo frame work, plastered within
and without with adobe mud. The roof
la thatched with rice straw, which is
weather proof. The Inside may be made
Into one room by the sliding back of a
screen-like partition. Just why these
were Introduced It Is Impossible to say,
for they are but rarely used, as privacy
Is never desired In Korea. This open
pare becomes the living room, and even
when travelers are passing along and
must hall for the night they are Invited
to share a common sleeping place on the
floor with the entire family. The dis
comfort of sucb an experience is extreme
during the summer. In the kitchen,
which is Jtift without the llvlrg rtom.
ti.rre Is loratiV. s n ol curiou? I tin! of
stove. From this clay pipes txtend un
der the floor to the living room. They
warm the house summer and winter
alike, for It has never entered their minds
that some means could be devised where
by the heat could bo turned off from the
Mara guard the t hlldreai.
Not with standing all that is done by
ards of health and charitably inclined
ersmiH, the deatli rate among small
'ildrtu is very high during tlie hot
'father of the summer months in the
1 1 ne ities. There is not prol ably one
i-f of bowel comtilaint in a hundred,
wever, that could not be cnied bv the
imely use of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi
it and Diarrhoea Keniedy. For sale by
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Miipt. Public Inalrncllon i. II. Ackerman
Printer J. R. Whitney
Imlry and food Com ...J. W. Hal'y
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It H. flean
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Joint ek'hainr Jobu A.I.tyoi k
t It K I.. NU-lner
John K. Hllook
I'.i .r-"iiiiiti vi-
JikIK" ." B. f'aly
Sheriff K. K. Hlnt harl
1 ri amirrr V. O. Ahlitrom
aawtMir V. I. Wet
Hcbmil Kupt J. Q.Vt iijrta
Committer. J A
Huh k Inrtnr J. K. ClarkxiD
I.snd Ollice nt Lakeview, Oregon,
Juno 10, 190-i. Notice is hereby giv
en that the following-named settler has
filed notice of his intention to com
mute in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made Ix-lore
George T. Baldwin, Co. Judge of Klam
ath County, Oregon, at Klamath Falls,
Oregon, on Wednesday, August 10, 1!04,
viz: tteorge Ericksenof I'.lv, Ore.. Ild
No. SWWforthe Vt4 of SK' SK'i of
KWl-i Sec. 24 and NK'f of NW,'4' Sec.
25 Tp .'W S., K. 15 K. W. M. He names
the following witnesses to prove hiscon
tinuoos residence ukii and cultivation
of said land, viz: John McDonald,
Henry Klonke, Kd t'asebeer and 11. P.
Way, all of Bly, Oregon.
jnne WJH J. N. Watkox, Itegieter.
Land Oifi.fc at Lakeview, Oregon, June
22, l!Hi4. Notice is hereby given that
the following-named settler has tiled
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will lie made before Register 1
and Receiver at Lakeview, Ortgoti, on'
September 9, VJOi, viz: Samuel V.
Picks. Ild., Fntry No. 2019, for the
NWi MV4'. Ki NW;, SVi XEU.
Sec. 3. T. 37 S., K. 18 K., W. M. He
names tlie following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and culti
vation of said land, viz. James Mc
Permitt, of Lakeview. Oregon, J. 8.
Kelsay, W. K. Mct'ormick and 1$. W.
Farrow, of Paisley, Oregon.
june 30-30 J. N. Watson, Uegister.
In all its stages.
Ell's Cream Balm
cleanses, soothes and heals
tlie diacaned membrane.
It enres catarrh and drives
away a cold In the head
Crratn Dalm Is (laced Into tha nostrils. spreada
over the membrane and la abeorbed. Belief Is Im
mediate and a cure follows. It la not drying does
not produce sneering. Large Slse, 60 oente at Drug
gists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents.
ELY BIIOTILER3, tS Warren Street, New York
The Oregon Daily Journal and the
Lake County Examiner both one
year for f G. . Tbo Weekly Journal
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The Semi-Weekly Journal nnd Ex
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JSt oH tAo
Nothing lias ever equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass" it.
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If It fails. Trial Bottles free.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
3io Connetlcut Avenue
Washington, D. C.
.Ml persona who have heretofore made FINAL
PROOF In any kind ef Land. Mineral or Tim
ber Entries, which has been accented by tba
Retlater or Receiver of any V. 5. Land Office,
can have the laananc of tnclr L'. S. Patent tor
aald Landa promptly attended to by tending"
me their DupllcaU kecciats, or Certificates of
Entry, and an agreement te pay me $10 when
ever said Patent shall bae.
5tate A feat
4 BO YEARS'
A Traoc Marks
Anynne mains a (ketch and description
aalrklf ascertain oar ofMntoo rrna wbetber
r...-ntirut ! nnibabtv naiMntable. Cnnmiinl
iivfittoft tm prbblf nuntble. Com roan ir.
ItnnaatrtrtlrennadentUL Kaxlbookon 1-aieuU
sent free. Mel eat aeenrr for aecaiinf
urncr Tor iw-cartn ptwnu.
Pattasnu tmiidsn thrxMitrh Mann m. Co. ncwTI
tptriol notics w-thoat cbunre. la tb
A handaomely fllwrt rated weekly. lJiret rtr.
enlaUon of any anentlSo Jkmniai. Term. S3 a
year I f nor montba. SL 8cAd trail newMteaJanL
The Harney Connty
Lire htock Aanocia
tlon. of which I am
a member, paya 17 all
reward for evidence
leading to the con
viction of parties
stealing stock be--
longlue to its mem -bers.
offer S-iuu reward.
Horse brand horse
shoe bar on either
or both jaws. Bo-
corded in 8 counties
Range. Harrier. Lake and Crook Counties.
Horws venled when sold. Horses sold to pas
through this section will be reported In tbia
paper. If not so ri-ported, pleaw write or tele
phone The Times HursM, Main SJ4, Burns. Ore
goo W W Bsows, rtfe, Ore.
Fine (Sheep Raueh ! Modoc County
The Examiner has for sale one of the finest
sheep ranches in Modoc county, which rn
trols the best range in California It consists
of MO acres all under fence. It lies along Flit
river for 2 miles. Besides other buildings
mere are two nouses j"j mur .
Ideal sheen ratic'j. If taStea quick It will bo
sold for fi0U0.
Brnda with Swallow Fork la
right ear for ewes: reraise
for wethers. Some ewes Square Crop and Bill
In right ear. Tar Brand ill. nange, urane
Lake. Poatofflce address, Lakeview, Oregon
Zac Whitworth ear. Half CudercroD oil
right for ewes ; reverse for wethers Tar Brsnd
W. Range, Fish Creek. Portomce address
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
Passengers' era Jj. Round trip $
OFFICE Reynolds & Wingfield's. Lakertsw
py .rs fA
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