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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1906)
Family liquors nt Vtm & King, t!
MImn Anmiliflla linrlliijr will Kin it
"ItcCHIIW I Love You," In Imt IIMWt
cliurmlni wny. Opera Iiouhu, Frl
tlny evening. Mim li HI.
WANTKD: 10 men In vneh state
to travel, lKt signs, mlvrrtlHO nnd
leave unmpli'mif our good. Hillary
175.00 jnt month. 'LOO per dny for
t-xiHMiwx. 1COYAL MM'l'LY CO.;
ept. W, Allan tl(K'k,('lil(:iK. f2-2-
Tliw r.xatulniT bus received ft new
wimple look of tho Wall Htrift lino
o( engraved riTtlllcntcM f stock nnil
bond blanks, tho moat up- -lnt on
the market. I'wtl ami endorsed by
tho lending financier of America.
Comrlirhted. Call nnl see them If
yon need anything In thin line
Xotlr for I'aMlratlan.
Inrti it of the interior. I-and Of
ficii nt I.akeview, Oregon, Feb. 1ft, ISXW
NOTICH l hereby given that the fol
lowing named nettW baa Wed notice of
hit InUMition'to make final proof In iiip
port of hm claim, and that aald proof will
he inflii before lb-sinter and ltecelver
at Lakeviuw, Oregon, ' 2nd day of
April HHMJj via:
IMard Munroe , II. K. No. 272, Ft.
indwell. Calif., for the 8Iv'4'N F.',
F.SKU', HwKlCU', Nee. 2U T. 40 8., It.
lie wwiir the following witnesses to
provo Ii'id continuous residence upon ami
cultivation of mid land, vit. Allle L.
Munroe and Hoy T. Shelling of Ft. nid
wi ll Calif. J. N. Watson,
The Illinois Central
maintain unexcelled service from the
West lo the F.astand South. Making
clone connections with train of nil
transcontinental linen, passengers are
given their choice of route to ( hicaito
Jxmlsville, Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these point to the far
l'Kupectlvo travelur desiring infor
mation an to tho lowest rate end bent
route are invited to correspond with
the follow itiK representatives.
It. II. Trumbull, Ounmereial Agent,
112 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J. C. 1mdney, Trav Passenger
Agent, 1 12 Third nt.. Portland, Ore.
Paul It. Thompson 1'assenger Agent
Column Building Neattle Hash.
K You are not Particular
don't travel over the lllinoi Central,
a any old roiid will lo you and we dout
want your patronage; but if you are
particular ami want the beat and mcRn
to have it, ask the ticket agent to route
you via the ILLINOIS CKNTKAL, the
road that runs through solid vestibule
truins bet w ecu St.l'aul, Omaha, Chicago,
Bt.IiuiH, Memphis, and New Orleans.
No additional charge is made for a scut
in our reclining chair car which are
fitted with lavatories and unlocking
room, and have a porter in attendance
lUte via tho ILLINOIS CKNTKAL
are the IowchI and we will be glad tu
quote them Li connection with any
It. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third Street, Portland Ore.
T n I I... I...... T V .t 1 A M
Third Street, Portland, Ore.
Paul It. Thompson, Frt. A Passenger
Agent, Colman Itldg., Seattle, Wash.
Beware of Ointments for Cattarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy tho
sense of smell and completely derange
tho wfiolo system when entering It
through tho niveous surface Such
articles should never bo used except
on prescriptions from reputnblo phy
sicians, as tho dnmago they will do
Is ten fold to the good you can possi
bly derive from them. Hall's Cat
arrnh Cure, manufactured by F.J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and Is taken Internally,
acting directly upou'tho blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrah.Cure Ihi sure
you get the genuine It Is taken In
ternally und mado In Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by druggists. Price 7."c.";per
Take Hull's Fnmlly.rills.forZcon-j
Always restores color to eray hair, alt the dark, rich color it used
to have. The hair stops falling, grows long and heavy, and all
dandruff disappears. An elegant dressing. " ?rtS7jSfiJZTJmm
sonn TMINUS TO
ALL OUR RflADKRS
We print township plat. If
Mining blank at tho ICxamlner
Dutch lunch nt tho Itrcwcry Ha
(Icrnwiii Kox, Felt a and Overshoe
of all klndH at Iikevlew Mer, Co.
Tho F.xamlner print township plat,
and make them into book to order, tf
Iok at ttie description of the land
Hntod with The Kxamioer this week for
ale, and e1ectyour piece before It lia
been sold to some one else, tf
Hlank for final proofs, JVsert proofs,
timber land final proof and blank afTi
davit for application for readvertise-
ments, blank witness' affidavit, etc. nt
The Fxainlner olll-e. tf
We are now prepared to tell several
tract of laud at price that will startle
you, especially if you are acquainted
with the location. We have land all the
way from fl.fiO per acre up to $19; un
improved or Improved, to suit the
purchaser. Lako ( Vtunty Kxamlner.t
Ko a snmplo of tho Pacific inoutly
at thin olllcc, and you will not IicmI
tatu to pay $2.50 for a year's sub
aclptloit to The Kxumlncr and that
valuable Mnynr.lne puldlHhed InPort
C. H. LovcIcmh InvlteH tho public to
tdinro their patronage with him nt
tho South Lakcvlew Feed nnd Livery
Stable. He Kuarnntee Rooii treiit
inent to all Htock left III hla enro, and
propoHca to feed good hay and plenty
of It. 'i'J tf
I'annerM, have yor butter wrap
per printed at Tho Kxaiulno olllee,
ItiHtead of Heniln away for them.
You keep your money at home, and
patronize them that patronize you,
LvmIiIch, you no what you aro get
ting and don't hare to pay for it If
It docHii't null you. tf
WANTKD: Tro men In each
county to reprewnt and advertlw;
liardwere leiariinent, put out
aamplcH of our kooiIh. etc. Travel
ing PoMltlon or Olllco Manairer. Sal
ary t'.Hi.iH) jmt month cumIi wit'kly,
with all eXwnHeH pnbl In advance.
We fiirnlHh evervthlng.
Till: COLUMBIA IIOUSK,
Iept. CIO, Motion, P.hlg.
A Scientific vVonder.
Tho ciireHt hat Htand to ItH credit
make Ituckleu'a Arnica Salvo a hcIcii
tlflc wonder. Itcun-d K. It. Mul ford,
lecturer for tho Patrons) of Hubnn-
dry, H'nynehboro, Pa., of a dlHtreKH
lng caxe of PI lew. It lien In tho worst
PuniH. Siiren, I'.ollrt, I'lcern, CutM,
Woundx, Chllblalnrt and Milt Itlieum.
Only 2."c at lxts Peall'H drug store.
Deafness Cannot be .Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remldles. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of tho Kustachiaii Tube.
When this tube Is Inflamed you have
a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when It Is entirely closed,
Deafness Is the result, and unless the
Inflammation can Iks taken out and
this tube restored to Its normal con
ditions, hearing will bo destroyed for
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an
Inflamed condition of tho mucous
ll'o will give One Hundre'd Dollars
for any case of Deafness (cuuved py
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Dr. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
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H. K. I. Klflntr J W. Ma rll
lkelr, Ore, l.akevlrw, ttrm
LAKE C01NTV BtSINLSS MLNS'
If you winh Inlorrnation alou
Lnkc County, Oregon nd(lroHfl cith
er of llio alxive gentlemen, who will
lo pIcaHcd to reply.
n. H. CHURCH DIRCCTORV.
Plan of seivice of Pastor of the M. 11
Church, I-skeview. 1st and 3rd Sun
days of each month.
Itethel at 11 a. rn., and New Pine
Creek at 7 p. m., 2nd and 4th Sunday
of each month.
Lakeview at 11 a. m., and 7 p. tn.
Prayer meeting Thnrsday 7 p. m. 6th
Sundny Union School House at 11 a. m.
Lakeview at 7 p. in. You are cordially
Invited to all the service.
Kawpokii B.tYKXH, Pastor.
WANTKD: by Chicago w holesale and
mail order house, assistant manager
fmin or woman) for this county and
adjoining territory. Salary 20 and ex
pense paid weekiy; expense money ad
vanced! Work pleasant ; jxxotion per
manent. No Investment or experience
re pu I red. Write at once for full partic
ular and enclose self-addressed envel
ope. uuurfcK &
II-SO 7 132 Lake St., Chicago, 111.
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- fvilt year
some of tliebet ever offered t tbo
uionthlv maeazlne Dubllshod- Mc
faatallalaar Tele ef h novelist aaef
Scotlnnd f ard would no doubt oom
to take a trtorjr writer Into Its councils
a an American detective oonnultod R.
L. Stevenson. Arthur Johnstone In Ms
"8tevenon In the Tnclflc" tell tljs
Striking tale, leaving you, however,
tantalized with the i1elrr to know
what the cane was and what were tl
respective eolations of the jrofnlonRl .
and the amntenr detectives, anya T. '
P.'s London AVeekly.
As they ast toitether one evening on
the veranda of an Inn at Walk Ik I tli
detective confldml to Stevenson a easo
of extreme dimcnlty he bad In hand
and ft lo his theory of Its solution. As
Stevenson hardly seemed to attend, for
he sat looking dreamily at the sen, th
detective left him to have a cbnt with
the more responsive landlord.
On his return to the veranda. how
ever, Stevenson suddenly roused him
self to say: "I think I have solved thnt
riddle of yours. Ton see. It's just like
writing a story. If you go at It right,
It will work out right. Now, your theo
ry does not do at all because it will
never work out Let me give you my
theory of the case, and then tell ma
what you think of It"
The detective did not at first think
anything of Stevenson's theory of tno
cs.fe. It was daring even for a theory
and dangerous to work If It did not
happen to come off. But on thinking It
well over, with Stevenson's shining
eyes fixed Intently on his face, the pro
fessional began to believe there was
something in It
When Stevenson at last asked trium
phantly. "Well?" he replied, "Well, sir,
I shall try your theory, but if It doesnrt
win you and I will lose between us the
thousand dollar fee I am to be paid for
a conviction." At this Stevenson laugh
ed and sai l. "Sir. If it doesn't win I
will pay you the thousand dollars snd
throw yon the theory in for nothing."
But it won.
RACING WITH OXCN.
la Odd Sport I'i;?u1jr In Ilnral Dis
trict In t.r-rmanv.
In many of ti e out of tlic r.vy dis
tricts of Jer::u ::v c:; r.S.:x 1:-.a ling
been a very purivl.tr f.vrt. Tbe en
trance fee for the race? I:; s.'.mil, but
the beasts must be ridden by tlieir own
ers. The rider is lul allowed to have
either whip-or spur, nnd he must ride
bis animal bareback, trusting to bis
voice to guidr the beast. It la here
that the skill of the rider comes lnjo
play, as everything depends upon !
training of tbe ox and the ability of the
owner to direct bis movements. As the
oxen do not race on a track It 13 no
easy matter to guide them. The race
course la a field perhaps a mile square,
the start being made at one side and
the finish at the other. Speed is of sec
ondary importance in the race. Like
golf, the sport requires accuracy, and
the rider who can force his lumbering
charger to go in a straight line is cer
tain to win.
When all the competitors are lined op
at the starting point the signal to begin
the race Is given. Then tbe fun com
mences, for in spite of the riders' ef
forts the steeds usually refuse to head
toward the finish mark. Besides, the
difficulties are greatly Increased from
the fact that the onlookers are allowed
to be In the field and may do anything
to interfere with the contestants bo
long as they do not touch him or tho
beast Though oxen are naturally the
least excitable of animals, the noise of
the spectators soon reduces them to a
state of utter bewilderment Often an
hour will pass before one of the oxen
Is ridden under the wire. The victor
receives a small nioDey prize, which Is
nothing compared to the honors
brought him by his victory, and the
animal is decorated with garlands of
flowers. Among the peasants great
events are reckoned from the time So-and-so
won the ox race. New York
Jtot a Xevr Custom.
Laxity in public worship has long
been a theme for preachers. In 1743
one of them wrote of the congregation
of St James, IMccadilly, London, that
they- seem to be more taken up with
viewing and contemplating each other's
dress and equipage than in paying
their devotions to tho Divine Being
they pretend to adore, and It is usual to
Bee this set of people bowing to their
neighbors, with a 'Glory be to tho Fa
ther in their mouths." And again,
"The ladies show surprising memories
on this occasion, being nble to relate on
tkelr return home what clothes every
woman of fignre had on from bead to
foot, the fineness of tho lace and tho
color of every ribbon worn in tho os-
Loaafrllorv mm Krrov. '
The little I have seen of the worlil
TAflPhMI ft") A tf lnstlr Tirutn 4rS nrrnr . '
others In sorrow, not to anger. When"
I take the history of one poor heart
that has sinned and suffered and repre-,
sent to myself the struggles and temp
tations It has passed through, the brief
pulsations of Joy, the feverish In
quietude of hope and fear, the pressure
of want, tho desertion ef friends, ,1.
would fahs leave tho erring soul of ciy
fellow man with htm from whose, batd '
Y V DWcoralv
"No, my little girl, I csu't lend your
mother any flour or ui) or, butter or
ffatlrons or lamps or potatoes or any
thing else that she sent you over for.
but go back and ten her 1 have a lot of
trouble she can borrow.' Baltimore
The world eenerallv rives Its admira
tion not to the man who does what n
body c!s attemnts to do. but to tTia
man who does best what multitudes a