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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1905)
Tmt & Klng'i lalnon It the most pop
ular reeorl lo Lakevlew.- 28
Nebraska will have a big dlaplay
at the Lewis and Clark Exposition.
Call at the poet office book atore
for all kind of literature, and dic
tionaries at low prices. ' , 20-tl
Born In Oakland, Cal., Dec. 18,
- 1004, to the wife of Joe Shirk, a
daughter. Surprise Valley Record.
Mrs. George H. Fenl&ad was re
ported very 111 first of the week Jbut
Is some better at this writing-. Sur
prise Valley Record.
Look at the description' of the land
listed with The Examiner this week for
ale, and select your piece before it has
been told to some one else. tf
We have some valuable land for sale
cheap. It must be sold rand can be had
at s figure that make it a good invest
ment. Write the Examiner. tf
A Cairo Street and Asiatic Village
and nu exhibit showing the lite and
ciiHtoniH of the Japanese und Chluese
will 1m features af the "Trail" at the
Ia'wIh and Clark Exposition.
Tin- moHt complete Job stock off of
the mil mud Is to be found at The
KxiniiliKT olllce. First-class work
always, nt reasonable prices. tf.
Lund fur bhIo. The 'west hulf of Sec.
2ti, t. :!!) S.. H. 20 E. The luiid joins
Frank Puke's plnee 5 miles hihiiIi of
Lukeview. This is a snap. Write The
('. A. Snow &(,'(., Patent Lawyers
of Washington, I). C, will send to
Hiiyoni', frw, juv-ket Memorandum
Itook and IMary for 11MJ5 on receipt
of actual postage, a two cent stump.
We have oue. It Is worth several
times the money.
Novels by jiopnlar autfhors, dic
tionaries, heavy literature, mag
azines aud all kinds of reading mat
ter at the book sj.ore In the poHt
ollire. ' 2S-tf
We have a full set of Mysell-Kolline
& Co's., Hamples of Stock (krtllicates
and IioiiiIh, with price list. If you
are organizing a Htock company get
our prices on htock certllicates. tf
1'osl A King have the bent line of fi
irurh iii Lukeview. Their liquors are
jiiiiiMind w lioleHKine, und their j1hiui is
cunilih'U'il on the most modern iiltin. 28
Tin- Alaskan exhibit at the Lewis
iiihI ( l.irU t'entenuliil will show a
(oiiipli'io display of fisheries, mines,
mid oils, together with various cur
ios from the time of the lUissiau
occiipal ion. , '
A most iuU'i'estiiig feature of the
Lew in and Clark Fair will lie a nilu
lature reproduction of a complete
mine In operation, with its tunnel,
"hurt, hoist, cars and track, drills,
stump mills, and camp.
it ro now prepared to sell aeverul
train h nf land at price! that will startle
you, especially if you ,are acquainted,
itli Die locatiun. We Lave laud all the
way from 11.60 per acre up to 15; un
iniproveci or improved, to suit the
puii luiHi-r. Lake County Examiner. 3
The Oregon Agricultural College
cadet corps Is plannlug to march In
a hody to Portland, and camp near
the Lewis and Clark grounds during
the Imposition. The cadet corps
numbers members, aud has liu
nide's u band of thirty pieces. The
"ii-lnn-tuii Agile ll It u ml College
also plans to sel.d a cadet corps,
iiuiuIm i ih,j jkm), wth a band of thirty
pieces, to the Fair. -
The ruin arts exhibit at the Lewis
"'id ( lurk Ceiitemilul will receive au
nlniost priceless addition lu the shape
of u collection of Vatican treasures
'loin lUirjf. The Cardinal Secretary
f Slate has given perutisslou to Itcv.
J. T. McNally, epoclal commissioner
to Homo, to transfer the sacred treas-u-'h,
which were ' exblbltod at St.
LuuIh and supplement the cqllcetlon
'y nddltloua imported .from Homo.
SO1B THINOS TO
' INTEREST .
ALL OUR READERS
A residence for sale cheap. One
acre of ground, bouse, barn and out-
buildings; has city water, and is a
desirable place to lire. Enquire at
The Examiner office. 26 tf A
On account of the large acreage of
water at the lewls and Clark Expo
sition, special attention will be given
to water sports, mimic navel battles
on a scale Impossible at previous
Expositions, will be bold during the
Fair. . ,'
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The order of the United States
Government removing duty charges
from all Imports for the Lewis and
Clark Exposition has now gone Into
effect. While exhibitors from foreign
countries will be .permitted to Im
port their wares duty free, the strict
est regulations will be enforced to
see that the order Is not taken ad
vantage of by smugglers.
Ninety per cent of cigarette smok
ers who present themselves for en
listment in the army are rejected.
A youth too weak for army service
will not make great headway at
anything else as the years go by and
ho keeps tin smoking the seduclve
cigarettes. Hoys who have ambi
tion to amount to anything should
not touch the poisoned things.
The Examiner has for sale one of
rlie lest stock ranches In Lake county
on very, reasonable terms COO acres,
ill fenced, and well watered. This Is
a great bargain and will not remain
long unsold. We also have a dozen
other ranches and farms to dispose
of. If you have any land or proper
erty to sell, list it with the Exam
iner. Send In description and we
will sell It for you. astf
The Examiner has an 8-ucre tract
of laud for sale at a bargain; the
land lies lu u body In the northern
part of Lakevlew, and is now set
to clover and timothy, and yields
20 tons of hay a year, leaving a vul
liable pasture. The bay sells 'at
tlib top price In Lakevlew. The
tract is a 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. . 2li tf
A dlfpatch from Stockton dated
Hoc. 21. says: Fred M. West, presi
dent of the Stockton Savings und
Lou u Society Hank of this city, and
a director In the Western Pacific
Hail way, stated to an Associated
I'lt'ss representative to-day that theJ
construction of the line will begin in
this vicinity at once. Mr. West said:
"1 have Just returned from San
Francisco, where I had a conference
with Pavid F. Walker, a wealthy
banker mid one of the Salt -Lake
director.' He stated that he was
well satisfied with t he progress that
was being made, and that the work
of construction would begin from
meiito and other points iu this State
immediately. Work Is already being
prosecuted lu the Beekwlth Pas.
President W. J. Hartnett Is on the
way from New York, and will be in
Stockton the latter part of this
week lu connection with the begin
ning of operations here. The con
tract for the entire construction
work of the line has been let to one
Iringr preparations simply dovol
op dry outurru they dry up tlio secretions,
which adhere to the aieuibraue aud decom
pose, causing a fur wore ueriuue trouble thnu
the ordiuury form of catarrh. Avoid all dry
lug iuhalauts, funtei, smokes and snuffs
aud use that which cleanses, soothes aud
heals, Ely's Cream lialm is suou a remedy
aud will cure catarrh or oold in the head
easily and pleasantly. A trial sine will he
mailed for 10 cent. All druggist sell the
50o. sine. Ely Brothers, 66 Warren (St., N.Y.
Ths Balm cures without pain, do not
irritate or cause sneezing. It spreads itueli
over an irritated aud angry surfaoe, reliov.
ing immediately the paiulul inflammation.
With i.ly's uroara iiaim you are a
against Nasal Catarrh and 1 Fever.
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