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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1904)
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General Information wtemt
ALL UR READERS
Pont A King's aalaon in the moat pop.
ulsr ri'nort In Lakevlew. 28
()((. M. Pullman not lilt tla for a
nhi'pliiK cnr from a miner' cntiln at
Central City, Col
Call fit the pout office book store
lor nil klutln of literature, and dlc-
tloimrlt'H at low print. i!(Mf
KooHcvt'lt avenue, which nklrtf the
short! of the Government IVnlnmila
atthe iwl8fin (Hark Centennial,
b the only road named after a living
Look Bt tlie dttaeriutlmia of the fond
liHlcl with The Examiner this week for
tain, and aelert your piece before it liaa
keen mild to aorue one . tf
Wr have aeme valuable land for nale
cheap. It roust he eold, and can be had
it a figure that makes it a good invert
Hunt. Write the Examiner. tf
The inoet complete Job utock off of
the railroad Ih to lie found at The
Examiner ofllee. Flrnt-cluiw work
alnu.VH, nt reaHonable price, tt.
Work on the Government Itulldlug;
at the Lewie aud Clark Centennial,
Ih prorcMHlnff rapidly, aud thebulld
Injj w III le completed by April lot.
Captain Marry HoUKton, whone
home Ih nt Ktatitwor.u, Mich., In the
only Hurvlvor of the VN uieutormfug
tin-HrHt eurvey party on the IhUi
miiM of Panama lu !!!).
Noveln by popular author, dic
tlonarlcH, heavy literature, inuj:
aziticM tux) all kimlt of reading mat
ter at tl.e book etore In the pont
lmiluh I". Montgomery of Mound
Jln.voti, Mi., born a elave, now Ih
tin owner of the plantation once the
i-'ii. fly of Jcffi'l-Hon lnvl, prt'Hl
iK:M of the Coufeili-rucy.
I.iind (or 8i' le. The. ft liulf of S'c.
lilt K II. "D K. Ti hmd joint
liiiiik luk''n phu'e A milfH h.iili of
Liikrv lew . TMc i.s a Miiiji. WiitoTl'ej
The fireat detiiaiel for tloor nrv
in I le- l.i'WM jiii1 1'l.i.rl. (.'rnteimij.l !
tins niU'lf it neeet.Hir,v ti eoiiHtriii-t
tt new liiillillny; for the aei-oinmoda-t
Ion of ('Xhlhll.oi'N,
We have a lull et of M.VKell-IUiUlu.
ii o'h.', HiimpleH of KtiM-U t '! llicatet
uel bondH, with price lint. If
orgaid.liig a tsloek cotu-pnny get i
our pru-eH on nt.ock eertilii:tilf. t f
The lute liltdiop of Southwell. Dr.
UhliliiiK, wiw regarded ax the finent
o.ek sehola'r on the r.plscopiil bench
hut was noted for IiIh carefulness lu
the iiwe ()f KukIImIi, particularly fam-
Mice opened a Hct'illoll, "1 feel a feel-
w hich we nil feel." j
We are now prepared to .e'.l hcveiV, j
tracts of land ut prices tl.iit will startle
you, t-hpu iully if you are uco,iuiiiitud
aith the liM-atiou. We lmve imid till the j
'uy from f 1.60 per acre up tu f 15 ; uu-i
improve J or iuiprovud, to suit the
nuieluiHer. lko County Exam iuer. t
One of the most remarkable nienlu
the t'uited Ktatou U a couvlet In Slug
Wng, where he edits the prison paper
the stur of Hope. Jle is there for
btirglary, but lu bin time has been
yawyer, reporter, conljdencemau.sec
etary to a khedlve of Egypt, preach
er, forger and politician. Jle Is an
Euglltthuiau ly birth.
The cadet corps of the Washington
Agriculture College, ut J'ullaian,
iiiiudM-rlng ItOO t talents, with a band
mlio i eees. w camn at the uww
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a ik dark Imposition next June.
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J he organisation will participate in
military parades and give daily
drills on the EspoHltiou grounds.
Many other military organisations
III camp at the Exposition during
tl'e suuMaer aud military parades
t'lnl drills will be a feature of txposl-
A renldence for. aale cheap. One
acre of ground, houne, barn and out-
bulldlnga; line city water, and h
,' fiVlrnlle place to live.
I The Examiner office. 2fl tf
The water towers, each elxtv feet
hlsrh, will aupply watxir for emer
gency UHe at the Lewie and CTark
Centennial. The towers will le cov.
ered with vines which will complete
ly conceal the woodwork.
California farm for mile at a big bar
nam. 160 acre fenced and cross fenced
Cost prenent owner $10,500 but wLl be
old for $.VK)0j down and balance on
eany payments. Inquire at this of
8oe. 47 tf
The National AaHoclatlon of State
Dairy and Food Dcpartmente, cou
nting of about 3d0 delegates, will
hold He next convention at Tort
land In June, during the Lewis and
Several copies of tiie 5orth western
Stock Directory, complied by Sloes &
Lightly, printers of Alturas, have been
left at this office for distribution. It is
a valuable book ior stockmen and worth
the price. tl
There doea not eeetn to lie much
"graft', lu Auatralla. All Its public
men who have died in recent years
died poor. The late Kir George
Dibbs, whoHe will was probated re
cently, left only about about $10,000.
Jewelers from many western cities
have Meut orders for Lewit and Clark
Houveuir gold dollars to be ued as
ChrUt mas gifts. The coins are being
tnouuted aud UHed at tie and tcarf
pliiM, watch cliarniH, brooches, and
in many other ways.
lu the experimental gardens,
located in the wckUtu part of the
Ia'v Ih ti ml Clark i Cxponi t Ion grounds,
till manner of Ventern products will
tie exhibited as they actually grow.
Thin Ih a new feature in expositions.
The Kxa miner lias for nale (ie of
(lie liei-t utock ra lichen in Lnkeeomity
! on verv tvnnnlile terinw fH0 acres,
ill fenced, and well watered, lhi ih
a gii'at. bargain and will not remain
Ion;;- uiinolil. We iiIho have a dozen
ui her ranches a ml 1'arins to tiinpoi-c
of. If you Imve any land orpropcr
ert.v to hell, list it with the Exam
iner. Send hi dcHcription and we
will nell it for you. INtf
The xtate hand of North Dakota.
put xtroiig, U phtnnluu' to follo'w the
(,f 1,,-wis and ( lark, and give
daily concerts ul the principal places,
arriving at Portland at the name
time of the year as the explorers.
-fj ,, . ,im, is under leadership of J. II.
Zimmerman who is planning the
tour. The organization will be iug-
found iii Norlii Dakota, Or
W'nshin-1 on, M n t a iiiH and Idaho,
'i.d w ill he ,l. I!l,d for neveral weeks
I'efoiv .darling on the overland trip,
'j'n Examiner has an S ucre tract
,,f ,j f,,r at a bargain; the
luud lies lu a lody In the northern
part or Ltikeview, and is now net
to clover and timothy, and yields
'.'(I tons of hay a year, leaving a val
uable pasture. The huy sells at
the top price lu Lakevlew. The
tract Is tt desirable one, either to re
tain lu one piece or to cut up into
lots for residences. Anyone desiring
to build a home In Lakevlew will do
well to Investigate this proposi
tion. 1 ' 28
lryiiig preparations simply dfvel
op dry vatari'k I they dry up tha seoruUona,
1a' It lull iillinm to nieiuuiuua mni uovwm..
prtse, cftiisiuK a fr uoro wri-iw trouble t lou ;
?, ,...i..,i, Avoid idldrv.
iu(? iulmlimU, fumoa, siuokoe and auuil
uud uao thut whioU cUiansusaootlioa aua ,
1Uy.B CreBlu jitthn is auoh a remedy
and will ut uuiU or ctiid in the
easily and pluauantly. A trnd size will ha
aUJd,or 10 oeula. AU drngKialaaell the
The JJalia curtis without pulu, aous not
jituU or UBUH6 Bll6eihig. It.rHadsiti
over au irritated wiWKjj 18"'flf"'
lui?imuiotiuU)ly thepaiuful iuflammaUon.
,jU j.1v. tv.-,iin ituhn you uro aruiod
isiuat Ka'wl t'trrU mi JU.ijf 1'ovor.
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