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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1906)
I Min TMINOil TO
I General Information m,"T
Kiiinlly lliur nt l'ot A Klntc. If
fiutiplcn nf the ItftiiitMon ahlppltitf
tK at Tim Kxnmlncr ofllif. All
slw nrnl qiiitlllU'M, from Manila to
Honnl nnd Inditing nt tlio Orejrnn
IVt-d Yard, ft ht week. Miln i?
ovnt. AIho men' laundry work.
Mum. II. W. Wihk, Proprietor. 32-lf
We are now prepared to sell several
tract ol land at prices tliat will startle
you, especially if you are acquainted
with the location. We tiave land all (lie
way from $1.50 Hr acre up to 915 ; tin
Improve! or Improved, to ault the
purchaser. I.ake County Examiner. t
Tho Wnll street lino of engraved
atrtlflcnti-a of Mock and Howl IdankH
at the Examiner nfllre. New aninplu
book received Monday evening. If
yow want Htin k certlllciiteM see our
antnpli'M mid net our price. If
WANTEDS !)' Chicago wholesale and
in nil order house, aitsistiltit malinger
(man or woman) (or thin county nnd
alj'lt'lnK territory. Salary -0 and ex
pense pnid weekly; expense money ad
vnnred i Work pleasant ; jvositioti K-r-manent.
No Investment or experience
rcpulred. Write at otimi for full partie
uhirs ami enclose self-add leased et'Vcl
op... COOPF.U A CO.,
ll-'iO 7 I.'!- I-Hko H., Chicago, 111.
In Had Chase.
Million nmli in mad chase after
heiilth, from ope extreme of (addiMin to
another, when, if they would only rat
food food, and keep their bowel regu
lar with Dr. King' Now Lio Fill,
their trouhle would all pan away.
Prompt relief and quick cure for liver
and stomach trouble. 25c at Leo Ucall's
drug store; guaranteed.
A Fearful Fate.
It in a fearful fute to have to endure
the terrible torture of Pile. "I can
truthfully nay," w rite Harry CoIhoii, ot
Masonville, In., "that for Wind, Bleed
ing, Itching and Protruding Pile,
Hii-klcti's Arnira Salvo, I the best cure
mmle." Also bent for rut, burn and
injuries. 2.Vt I-ec HenU'a, druggist.
Married at Bend.
Mic Shell MiHeynold, lauhter of
Mr. nnd Mr. L. M. McHeynold, wo
married hero Tucmloy iiiorninu to Sid
ney I. Purcival, of Ma lrac, ay a dis
patch to the Orettonian from Itend, dat
ed Pecemln-r 21. Tho weddinK cliwed
an epiftode oii.ewhal in the nature of
an eliiK'iiieiit, differinK only in that tho
couple finally returned here to bo mar
ried. Percival camo to town otennibly to
sco Minn Mi -ISeynold. Hi attention
were ohjected to by the parouta, par
ticularly the mother. Karly Monday
momiiiK Percival left for hla home at
Madras. Soon after he left Mia Me
neytuniU, aniteridly the parental object
ion, stole away from home and in com
pany with Mm.Ora Poindexlor and Mr.
Keno Went, drove after Percival, intend
ing to overtake him. Thi they did at
In tho mean time Mr. Mc Reynolds
discovered the (light of hor daughter and
aent Hone I Pent ont haste after the flee
ing women with the injunction to her
daughter to return to Forrest, where he
found Percival, The result was that the
young couple returned and were married
by Justice J. M. Lawrence.
The bride is popular in liend society,
and Percival in a steady young man, fore-
an an of tho Madras Pioneer.
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy l a 8peclf1o,
8ure to Give- Satisfaction.
QIVIS RtLltF AT ONCI.
It eloanHOH, RnotUos, heal, and protocta the
dwiiam'd inumhraun. It enrex Catarrh and
Irlvi H uwiiy u Cohl la tho llond quicklv.
ltostori'4 tho KeiiHU of Tuh)o unci Hnieil.
lUuty to use. Contain no injurious drug.
Applied into tho noatrila ami abnorbed.
Large Size, 60 cents at Drugglats or by
muil I Trial BUe, 10 cent by mail,
ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warrea U. Ntw York.
We print township plat, tf
Mining blank at the Eiamlner
Herman Hox, Felt nnd Overalioe
of nil kind at Lnkevlew Mor, Co.
Tlio Kxsrnlner prints township plat,
and make them ln' book to order, tf
1'oat & King have the luff grade
of liquor nml cigar to I mi found In
IKik at the lescriiit.n of the land
Hated with Thi F.i mo air thi week for
ale, and select your piece lefore it hat
lieen old to ome one e'se. tf
We Imvc a full wt of Myaell-Kollln
& CoV, Kiunpli'M of NtiM'k Certificate
and IioiiiIh, with price Mat. If yon
n ro iirtaiililn a huh company net
our price on Mock certificate, tf
See a Miimple of I he Paclile inontly
at thi ofllce, nml ,V"ii will not IicmI
tnt to pn.v 'J..0 fur a year' ul
Mclptlon to The Examiner ami that
valuable Mn.var.lin' piiHIlici In Port
Lakeview . () enoii.
N'ovemU-r 1 1, 11MI5.
To whom it may concern : I w ill not
le accountable for pny'lilng chatted to
my account wittiout my order heating
my signature, W. K. Uabky.
I'. S. I.ovcIchm IiivIicm the public to
eharu their pat roiiMue with hltu nt
the South Lnkevlew IVcd and Livery
St at ilc. lie KiinnintecH jjood treat
incut to all Mock left In IiIh run', and
propone to feed Hood hay and plenty
of it. :w-tf
Fiirmer. have yor butter wrap
per printed nt The Examine olflce,
liiMteail of Hcmlltii; away fur them.
You kti-p your money nt Inmie, nnd
pat ronlxe thetit that patronl. you,
Ix'mUIcm, you we what yon are Ret
tint; and don't have to pay for It If
It doemt't null you. tf
Tito Fxamlncr ban recelveil a new
wimple hook of tin Wall Street line
of I'tinraved rertlllcate of lock nnd
bond hlaiik, the iiioxt up to date on
the'niarket. FmimI and emlorHed by
the leading financier of America.
I'opy righted. Call and we. them If
you need anything In thi Hue. tf
An Editor's Opinion of the Royal
I'dyth Toxlcr Weathcrred, In tltv
acrlblns a recent trip over the Denver
& Klu (irande Kallroad, ayn In "The
"At hint the Konl of the nuibitlon
of yearn ha been reached tnarve
lotiM, wonderful, i;rand nnd liiNplrliij;
Koyal (lorjie I on either hand. The
only tllMiippolntlnic thinn In you only
have one pair of eye, while the train
darts In and out of the tremendous
cluiMin. If nny who have never Been
It are wondering how it looks Junt
go and hcc. ThoiiHiindri have tried
to dcHcrllxj It, yet every nttemptfallH
nhort of giving the nubject Jimtlce."
It you contemplate a trip Hast,
write W. C. Mcllrlde, 124 Third Htreet
Portland, Oregon, for booklets pic
turing Colorado's famous scenery,
nnd nny other Information you may
The Illinois Central
maintains unexcelled service from the
West to the Fast and South. Making
close connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago
Ijouisville, Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these points to the far
Prospective travelers desiring infor
mation as to the low est rates and best
routes are invited to correspond with
the following representatives.
P. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J. C, LindHey, Trav Passenger
Agent, 142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
Paul 11. Thompson Passenger Agent
Col man Iluilding .Seattle U'ash.
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LAKE COUNTY BUSINESS MLNS'
OLVflOPMLNT 1 EAGLE
If you wih Inloriiintiou aboti
IjitVc County, Oregon BMrcH cith
er of lh Hlwve gentlemen, who will
lo jileaaetJ to reply.
H. C. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Plan of i vines of Pator of the M. K.
Church. Ikevlew. lt and 3rd Fun
dv of ech month.
Bethel ai 11 a. m., and New Pine
Creek at 7 p. m 2nd and 4th Sundays
of each month.
likevi-w at 11 a. in., and 7 p. in.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7 p.m. 6th
Bundny Union Hchool House at 11 a. m.
Kakevlew at 7 p. m. You are cordially
invited to all the service.
HAnroitD Bktdkr, Pator.
Popular and Picturesque.
The only thing necetary to make the
Denver and Hlo (Jrande the most pop
ular, a it ha ever been known the
most pleasant and most pit:turqne
way to crof the continent, ha come
atxiut. This i the ewtatilichment of
through sleepuil car service.
In eouneethin with the ). It. A N. a
through Pullman Ktandard Sle'er i
now rtin from Portland to Iletiver, leav
ing Portland at 8 " p. m.. arrivimt at
Halt Lake nt 8 40 a. m, the ccnnd
mortiiiig, leaving Halt l.ke at 3.J0 p.
m. nd arriving at lie nver 4 20 p. in. the
following day. Thi schedule gives pas
vcngcrs seven hours to-over in Salt
Lake, affording an opportunity to viit
ihe Mormon Capital a well a a day
light ride through the grandest scenery
in the world.
For reservation In thi car and for il
liiHtrMted booklets picturing the scenery
contiguous to the Denver &RloOrande,
proving it to lw the '-Scenic Line of the
World," w;itetoW. C. Mdlride, Gen
eral Agent, 124 Third street, Portland.
Notice of Settlement of Final Ac
count. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undrreiuned A!miiiitratnr of the
ESTATE of TIMOTHY BIIEEN, de
ceased, ha filed hi Final Account as
such administrator with the Clerk of
the County Court of Lake couoty, Ore
gon, and that Saturday the 23rd day of
December, 1005, at the hour of 10
oclock A. M., at the County Court
Koom in the County Court House of
Lake County, Oregon, in the town of
l.akeviow, has been appointed by the
Hon. It. Daly, ludge of fh County
Court of Lake County, Ftate of Oregon,
as the time and place for the hearing of
objections to said Final Accoint, if any
here be, and the settlement iof.
Dated November 10th, 1906
Administrator of the Estate of, TIM
OTHYBREEN, Deceased. 43
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TIMBER LAS0 XOTlt'K.
United States Land Office Lakeview,
Oregon, Oct. 18, 1905. Notice is hereby
given that in compliance with the pro
vision of the Act of J une 3, 1878, entitl
ed "An Act for the sale of timber lands in
the States of California, Oregon, Nevada
and ll'ashington Territory," as extend
ed to all the Public Land States by act
of August 4, 1892, the following persona
have this day filed in this office their
sworn statements, to-wit t
Edward A. McCulley, of McCiosd,
county of Siskiyou, state of Calif. Sworn
statement No. 3017, for the purchase of
8Wtf NEt SE NW NEtf S
KW'U SEJi, Sec, 30, Tp 34 8, R 18 E W
Charley Meaner, of Klamath Falls,
county of Klamath, state of Oiegon.
Sworn statement No. 308, for the pur
chase of the SWtf NwVi, NwJ Swf Sec.
2tt, SE NEK n KE SEjTSec 30, Tp
34 S, R 18 EW M.
Arnold G . Wagner, of Klamath Falls,
county of Klamath, etate ot Oregon.
Sworn statement No. 3022, for the pur
chase of the Y.)4 NwU and w NE1 Sec
29, Tp 34 S, R 18 E W M.
That they will 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 before Geo. C'hastain. clerk of
Klamath county, Oregon, at his office
at Klamath Falls, Ore., on Friday the
29th day ot Decemlier, 1905.
They name as witnesses: Chas. II.
M cCumber of Dairy, Oregon, Frank Hall
II. P. Cramtuer and J. C. Smith of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, Edward A. Mc
Culley, John E. Uiller of McCioud,
Calif, and Charley Meaner of Klamath
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are request
ed to file their claims in this office on
or before said 20th day of Dec. 1905.
J.N Watson, Register. .
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B. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third Street, Portland Ore.
J. C. Lindeey, T. F. & P. A., 142
Third Street, Portland, Ore.
Paul B. Thompson, Frt. & Passenger
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Tn i 'g SartH mn Nwt twainm (A
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The Angel Chili.
WHKKR. eh, whrre Is th lltl bey
With the angrl fnce and UM
The child who met me with sbenta
When the day was done and 1 turne
He I tone, he I aone, th beautiful chJM
Who tisod to clnmbf-r upon my kno
And softly sny a he wtly emllPd.
PI?, papa, now tell a 'tory to me."
Th llaht still gleam In the window wheat
I Journey home at the close of Any,
Weary from atrlvlna with err men
And laboring- much for a little pay.
But the sweet faced baby who al th door
Stood ready to greet me with houta of
I waiting to hear my step no more
Ah, where I my Innocent little boy T
Behold, out there where the torf I torn
A cor of aianta who slug and slam.
And each of them a a babe wna born
A Innocent a a little Iambi
Each of the brawny ere gouging there
May once have sat on his father's knee
And gladdened a heart that waa torn by
Aa my little one used to gladden me.
Ah, where Is the child with the angel faoe
And the gentle voice and tho wee, soft
Behold him there a he take hie place
And eatrerly and half crouching stands!
Me has broken another man's leg today;
His shin are barked, and they've skin
ned hi brow.
My sweet little boy has been taken awaw;
He Is getting hi name In the papeta
Am ITeatlTe Cenloe.
Tramp Please, mum, I'm aa Invent
or, mum. I'm lulrotlucin my new pat
ent combined knife an' fork an' spoon
for one armed persons.
Lady There are no one armed per
sons in this family.
Tramp Mebby not, mum, bnt loom
time you might meet some person
unfortunate as to have but one nn,
an' then yon could recommend tin:
great Invention to him, mum.
Lady I certainly should If It la good
for anything. '
Tramp Well, mum. Just hand me
somethln' warm an' fillin' on a plate,
an' I'll shoTV you how It works. New
What All Tkrra.
"Wet yo:,'? kid howMng abonf.rj
"We Jeat'baJ Cfi.9 of lem there pjr.
nionliioua dat we ain't go! ttT e1
nuStn' for flirlxtmaa f,(np
Leuoa la PronaaHit " "
a i uuiiuciiiuiii mniiT was iwv u.j
discoursing upon the iniiortance of
impresaing upon the young mind the
necessity lor cultivating the virtues of
regularity and precision.
"Early In life," said he, "I had this
lesson imparted to me by my tntor.
He was a Frenchman by birth. I can
never forget the earnestness with
which he used to descant upon the sub
ject. 'For punctuality, young air,' he
would say, "permit me to commend to
you ze example of ze sun, which rises
exactly at break of day, nevalre before,
nevalre after St Louis Republic.
"Did that lady make a complaint
against that sneak thief for stealing
''No. She said she'd rather lose it
than explain what she was doing when
he entered. She was gossiping over
the back fence at the time."
"She was afraid she'd have to repeat
the gossip in court." Detroit Frea
la th Midst of It.
"yes," said the young writer, "I've
got pretty deep into my new novel
"Ah," remarked the friend, "the plot's
thickening, eh 7"
"Yes, perhaps that's it; at any rate
I'm stuck." Catholic Standard and
Th Best Artist.
"Dobber is a fine artist, isn't he?"
"Yes, but he Is not as good as Ssoeer."
"I hare been told that Dobber draws
the finest pen and luk sketches of any
body in the city."
MYi, bet Fu'eer Is fine: at drawing
customers." I) i.li'n fws..',; .-, . ,
Awful t : i n i"i "plute.
"Mont of i.-i . i f ir r -t," said tA
poni'.iroui ri i .r icr!ons spenk
pla'ru-- t'ift.i f'
"Gracious!" exclaimed nenpeck. "If
they speak louder : than my wife's
words I want to keep on forgetting."
Mother Now, Tommy, stlek out your
tongue so the doctor can see it.
Tommy But. mamma, you told me it
was very naughty to stick out my
tongue at people. Chicago News.
No Hor Romano.
"You ended your novel at the most
interesting part Just as the hero mar
ried the heroine,"
Novelist Oh, that finished It! Town
Efir Tst Itt
Aj ounce of sincerity i worth ton