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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1904)
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LAKEVIEW, OREOON, Al 0. 4, 1004.
Of New York
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS
Judge I'arker is an expert sw immer
and will try the salt water iu Novem
The campaign song thin fall will
probably be "Shall We Gather at the
The democrats say It will take
, 1600,000 to carry Illinois for their
Henry Gawiaway Davis had no
money plank in his platform, but
I'arker put a million dollar one In
The editor of the Albany Democrat
and Judge Parker learned to swim
la the same river. What does he
want, a place in Parker's cabinet?
-Mayor Harrison Is between the
,' devil and the deep sea." It Is up to
Mm to raise $100,000 and carry
Chicago for Parker, or have his
political head severed from his body.
Elihu Hoot is talked of strongly
or governor of New York. Root
will not consent to have his name
used in the convention unless he is
assured of the support of Governor
The Portland Journal says that
Eastern Oregon farmers will have
$20 pieces to throw at the birds this
fxll. We may expect soon to hear of
Portland releasing a big covey of
Fishermen on thelakeof Xeufchatel
are uning automobile boats. They
are driven by a benzine motor and
lighted by electricity. They are flat
bottomed, glide noiselessly over the
water, do not frighten the fish, mid
r: great success.
The fact that J udge I'arker is re
factant to resigning his Judgeship is
significant In itself and savors strong
ly of presidential defeat. The Judge
fr.'M a string on his position and does
' bot like to let go of it for the chances
he sees ahead for his reaching the
White House. What more, einbar-
LSWH him Is that if he holds on to
Jiis Job he must continue to keep
luutn in the, presidential campaign,
mid let his Interests rest with his
friend, as he did before the conven
tion. What the effect of quietness
will have ou the voters is what
most worries him now. It is the
democratic ruse to hold the free sil
ver democrats to the party and the
platform, and tho gold standard
democrats to the party and the can
didate. They bjllevo If the silver
wing of the party can be induced to
vote for the platform and the gold
wing support Parker they have some
chance of landing ut the capital.
They seem to be having some trouble
In finding some one to distribute
Davis' million dollars.
Know July Numlvr "Udl.V Homo Journal."
Ill the May number of The Ladles'
Home Journal we published, In the
article entitled "The Talent-Medicine'
Cure," an analysis of "Doctor
Tierce's Favorite Prescription," In
which that preparation was repre
sented hh containing, among other
Ingredients, tincture of digitalis,
tincture of opium, and alcohol. Im
mediately upon publication of the
nuinlter a suit for damages was In
stltnted by The It. V. Fierce Medical
Company, of ltuffalo. New York,
proprietors of the preparation In
question, against Thet'urtls Publlsh-
! lug Company, based upon the claim
that none of the( three Ingredients
was contained lu the medicine.
I'non the filing of the suit, we, of
course, immediately looked Into the
published analysis. It npiears that
this particular analysis had I teen
made, if made atnll. fully twenty-live
years ago. We thereupon, employ
ed three leading chemists In different
cities to make an analysis of the
preparation from bottles bought In
the ojen market. These analyses,
one and all, now show to lis conclu
sively that not a single one of the
ingredients mentioned by us iu the
analysis quoted that Is, either
digitalis, opium or alcohol was con
tained in tho bottles analyzed. We
then the President of this Company
and the writer personally visited
The R. V. Pierce Medical Company,
at Buffalo, and were there convinced
that the officers of the Company
were absolutely truthful In their
claim that not one of these Injurious
Ingredients was contained in "Doc
tor Pierce's Favorite Prescription."
Naturally, since the analysis we
printed has been proved erroneous,
the deductions made In connection
with this preparation were unwar
ranted and unfounded.
Under these circumstances It Is now
perfectly plain to us that this mag
azine was unintentionally, but never
theless absolutely misled In making
the original statement, and we here
by, of our own volition, make this
unqualified acknowledgment of our
mistake to The R. V. Pierce Medical
Company and to our readers.
The mistake -was honestly made,
but It was a mistake.
Novels by popular authors, dic
tionaries, heavy literature, mag
azines and all kinds of reading mat
ter at the book store in the post
Post & King's ealson is the most pop
ular resort in Lakeview. 28
Our sole knowledge of the peo
ple on other worlds and how far
the people there differ from our
inhabitants, can only be guessed by
comparison with animal nature on this
man sphere of ours. More important
to lis is a knowledge of ourselves.
"KmoW Thysbip" was an old Greek
thought. How to take care of one's
own body is not so simple aa some think;
the human mechanism is a wonderful
thing and requires watching.
One man who has done more to teaeS
the American people how to care for their
bodies than almost any other, is Dr. R. V.
Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., the Author of the
"Common Sense Medical Adviser." He
says : It ia not the quantity of the food
eaten wbicb produces strength and health
(for aome people can keep strong- on a very
meagre diet), but it is how much food is
absorbed and assimilated by the blood and
carried to nourish every organ of the body.
It is, therefore, vitally necessary for the
body that the stomach be in a healthy
state. If disease of the stomach, or what is
called "stomach trouble," prevents prop'-r
nutrition then the heart, liver, lungs, and
kidneys do not get proper food they are
not fed on rich red blood, and in cons:.
Suence, begin to show signs of distress,
lutwardly these signs may be pimples
and eruptions on skin, pale face, Steeplers
Biprhts, tired, languid feelings, or, by reason
of the nerve not being fed on pure bloovl,
they become starved, and we receive a
warning in the pain we call neuralgia.
Rheumatism, too, is a blood disease. After
years of practice and study Dr. Pierce
found that an Alterative Hxlract, which he
named "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery," made from the extracts of several
plants, invariably produced a tonic effe-t
upon the system. It helped the process of
absorption of the healthy elementa in tt
food and increased the red corpuscles c.f
the blood, as well as eliminated the poisons
from the system.
Business is business. No time for bead
aches. Constipation causes them. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant pellets cure them by cur.
tag tbe cause. Laxative and mild.
A Chancs lor 5pecultor.
SCHOOL LAND. 2M sores of level
unimproved agricultural land for side
cticat. Inscription: SW4, S.'J ol
Ni:4 Hnd SW)4' of Si:4', Section 10,
Tp.,3 S., II. li K. W. M. This Is a
desirable piece of litnd, located in (loose
l.ako valley and will make some man a
Tl MHKK ... NOTI4K.
1'nitcd Sintes I -mid Olnce Lakeview,
Oregon May 17, 1!HM.
Notice Is hereby givmi Unit In com
pliiu.ee with the provisions ot the Act of
June 3. 1S7S, entitled "An act for the
sale of timber lands in the States of Cab
ifnrnin, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton," a extended to all the Public Lund
Slates by set of August 4, 1S'.2, the fol
lowing persons have tiled in this
otlicc their sworn statement, tit-wit:
Timothy P. Heers,
of Teniae, county of Thurston, state of
Washington, sworn statement No. 2!to7,
lor the purchase of the SW '4 Sec XI,
Tp3oS, K 1 K.
l'rai.i is Lbmiu
of South Prairie, county of Pierce, state
of Washington, sworn statement No.
2:W for the purchase of the SK'4 Sec 114
TpSSS, IS lo K.
Kleanor J. Itissou,
of South Prairie, county of Pierce, slat
of Washington, sworn statement No. .
23.V for the purchase of the NK.' Sec j
84, Tp 3o S, K 15 K.
That they w ill offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes and to establish their claim to
said land lie lore the liegUler nnd 1 Re
ceiver at Lakeview Oregon on Thursday
tho 11th day of August, 1904. They
11 a ran as witnesses: Eleanor J. Itisson,
and Francis liisson, of South Prairie,
Washington, and Timothy 1'. lleera of
Tenino, Washington. Any and all per
son claiming adversely the at Hive des
cribed lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said
11th day of August 1004.
Jun 16 33 J. N-Watson, Kegiater.
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I'niied Mules Land Olll.-e, Lakeview-,
Oregon, July II, l'4.
Nol're is lieiiiliv given that James
llamlilev, of Sli'ik, I liiriiey county Ore,
has hleil iioiii-ti of iiHeuiioii 10 make
prool on his desert hind claim No. r-J.
for lliew'a sw t4 w. 12, nw'4 see,
LI, nel4 see. 14, tp !IH S., , 2" K, w m,
lnfore Keghier ami Ifeeiiver at I . like
view, Oiegon. on Kridiiy, die 12th day
of August, IKI4. Il name the follow
ing witiiee to prove lli- eoniplete lirl
gation ami rei-latnation of ol land:
Olive tt. Shirk, .lo-epli L, Sliiik.
IliMixe Wise, Minus Caldwell, all of
July 7 31 J.N. Wato, buister.
Iea-I nit I'taof.
I'nited Slates l and Olllee, Lakeview,
Oiegoii. July , 1!H4.
Notice ia hereby given that Olive tl.
shirk, of Shirk, Ibirney county, Oregon,
has tiled iioli.-e of intention to make
prisif on his deserl land claim No. 41".
lor the lot 2. sw'4 ne, nwl4 se'4, ne'4
aw '4, sw '4 see. 2, ne' ne'4 see. Ill,
nw4 nw 't' see II, tp :i S.. K. 27 K.
w in, U-lore Ivegisler and Receiver at
Lakeview , Oregon, on I ridny, tlis 12th
day ol Atigu-I. I'H'4. Ms name the fol
lowing witnesses to prove the oniplele
irrigation and rei-lninaiiou of said html :
James llamlilev. Joseph L. Shirk,
H.Mi.e Wise, Minus t'uld well, all of Shu k
July 7 31 j, v. W atson, Register.
Drying preparation simply devel
op dry catarrh ; they dry up tho secretions,
which adhere to the membrane and decom
pose, causing a fur more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry
ing inhalants, fumes, smokes and suuffs
aud use that which cleanse, soothe aud
heal. Ely's Cream Palm ia auoh a remedy
and will cure catarrh or cold in the head
easily and pleasantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents. All druggist sell the
Wo. aize. Ely Brothers, CO Warren St., N.Y.
Tho Vahn cures without pain, doea not
Irritate or cause suoezing. It spreads itself j
over an Irritated and angry surface, roller
ing immediately the painful inflammation.
With Kly's Cream Holm you are armed
against Nasal Catarrh and Hay Fever.
Entire of A ixiint nirnt l Krrntor.
TO ALL WHOM 1TM AYCO.NCF.UN:
Notice is hereby given, that the under,
signed ws, by "an otder of the County
Court ol Lake County, Oregon, dolv
made and entered therein on the 2Mh
dav of Mav. 1W4. appointed Fxecitt rof
the Last Will ami Testament ot JOHN
Mi LLII1NNF.Y, hits of I-ak" County,
Oregon, now deceased. All persona
having claims against the F.state of said
Decea.ved are hereby required to present
1 lit same, with tlie proimr vouchers and
dulv vcritled, within six mouth from
the date of this notice, to tho under
sinned K.xe-utor, at the Law Oltice. ol L.
F. Conn, in the Town of Likevlew,
Ijikn Ciiiinlv'. Oregon, and all person
owing said Kstate are hereby reiUested
to call and pay b said Ka-cntor th
amount ol their indebtedness.
Paled at Ijrkeview, Ijike County,
Oregon, thisUth lav of June. UK) I,
'JOHN 11. III. Alii,
Kxei-ntor of the Ist Will and Testa
ment of JOHN McKlhinney, h eased.
Land tMllce at Lakeview, Ore., July
2lstllNI4. Notice Is herel v given that
tin follow Ing nauied settler has Hied
notice of his intention to eomiuule In
support of his claim, ami Hut said poiol
will Im made U'fire llegisler and Ito
ceiver at lakeview, Oregon. 011 tlo 31st
day of August. 1W4 vis; Owen T, M
KendriH 11.1.2340 for tho NL'4' of Ni:'.
See. l S4' id Sl-:t4 and SL. of SW'4
Sec. 4Tp 30 K., K II K. V. M. He
names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence uiou and culti
vation of said land, via: J. O. Ham
aker, of Itonanri, Or. S. A. Whits- ol
Itoystou, Ore. Kd Millr, of 1iruiln, Ore.
and W. ll.Caselieer, ol Ply. t)re.
Jy.2H.40 J.N. Wathom, Itegister.
Is kept on nl at K.P. On ft
Ailvi-rtlattig Agency 1.'4 Han
Willis street, ssn rrsut lwo, Cal., wusra
eoniracia for ailvertlslug can bo made fur It
SubscrllM-rs 10 11m Kiamlm-r who remove
from 0110 liK-slliy u aimllicr, ur cliansn
their iMwiorllco address sliuulil romiimlH-r 10
drop Oils utile a rsrl so (heir papnr can l sd
dressed to the rlgUt immIuUIimi, ,