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8liM' 1 1 tit' it if I wn mi.I I in conn
ninl ci n full it mil bnl'n-k I'i iI lia I
been Villcil liy it i On t"..itiiliilnit
H I found llii iui ii.il In? ! i. hi'i lt I
bre'itcll, llllll llnTC ill' llllllV'
O'i (In iinii ii 1 1 I hIi'iiiMim', 1 m i I 1 if t j
fix, 'I'li'Ti' xvii i mi tlmiM lliiil lit ;
(li;i r liml J 1 1 1 1 1 1 I i.t tin 1 i ! I mihI I jj i '
i-d oil lln uliiiillili i'. Mini vr lull tin' hid
ttirni'il hi head In i: in- i!m' l';;cr In
IiiiimI linvi p-il I.1. !.i .v mil i i. I will
H sudden J' U hi-.-t'.i-ii I'n' n-' Ii.
Ml Illicit 1 ' r in r;l .1 ill I V i I I ( t vec l
you 114 liti ,:. Io w Ii!i i I,. i I I I'cii Ml!" ! I,
a t in innl f.ii.n i Hir en, ii iiih' li in
ll II I ' I ii -I l ' I 'I hi re W ( lllll.ll' luai'k
Oil till' Ihhi' liliil nl-tii i:i tin' I : i f ' liu',.l
del-, H liliil cli-iltly ll 'In .il.ii licit 1 ' i '
llliluiiil lin t l i i ii I. .I.i '1 In f 1 1 ; 1 1 -
way. Miilii.vn win hm- ih.iiiily m-ci
II tltft-r Ulllliiu ii tin. Til. i t 'lil tuc 1 1 1
MIW till hiMuc tiling happen; ll!"ii Hill
III ilriiKKlnt; nil ii ln iiy c.iii ii . i'i I
tin buffalo r liliil, In- K'H li.'wl of tin
Weight tin iimh l,U vliniilili r.
Til! llilil't In fit It I.V mrri-it, M-t I
llUVI' (ifli'll f.dloWf I I, ,11. llllll III'
inn i-Um li'ft Ititlliiitc Hint mil,, n (i'iiI'mi
of tin miliiiiil wiim truilliiK iil'iiiu tin
jrrnuii'l. I have I.ii'mv ii ii full itioui.
liilll, which ti n nu n i . iiilil ii 'I move
ilriitrn'! f'" I -vi' imIIi"i Ii.v n ti.cr Pi m
heavy JllliKlc, where rmil-t nf In i'i Mini
swamp h.-ul to In- if'HH' 1 lirimiili. In in
cum have I seen tin n mark r.-irlnv
(In w runic ivny 'ri it w lii'ii rttopplnii
(0 feed, III ill JilM.CK III' lllll it CMIiy 11
portion nf fit iiiiliiinl nvi-r hi hlioiil
Tin old 1 . -i i of il tiK'T Killing lilk-'
K-'l )ti by blow fl'ilu hi paw I linn
Hf'IlNl': lll'hl Jl'H. Ill 1 111 t:l II IIU'T llef
face liU i n-y, lint attack liiin mi tin
Hunk linli-m i'IhiiximI. A n 'tl-r cm Ion
fact tlmt i;iiiy kic!ii t.v llht ii f.ilr
tllll lH tllllt ll tiU'T llot-S II. 't MCl-lll t
1 1 1 1 i 1 n ' mi ii 1 1 I.iiiiii I ifiii kT tied over n
kill II 1 1' IV. t (I'll IVl't high. I'Ut Will I'llllK
mid fecv1. 1 Iiii vi known three m-cii
Hloim when llil h.i I ll trli-il, inn.'
each t '.Hit u l!g--r Ii :i i'oiii" t ) fi-iv'
upon tjn" cartas. I.iiIhIiiii I'li-lil.
I'liKlniKl'M lir-t rifin-M-iil itlvi ji.-irllii
liu i.t iissriiililril In I -'i-".
( 'm-Miir c-iiiniii-ri-il I'.rit.uu In tin y-.
tT It. '. 'llii' Komiiii ixinimtl'in i-nii
tliimil luMfly Thmi yi-:ui. nr until -11'
Ill III":1 wn-t I j (In IiiiIm-.I1 rnr
, pus net, lili li, nl, , 1. with tin' rlu'lit l
trial Ii.v Jnr, Ii lli-l r-at Inilwiuk nl
Auk'I" Shvmi liln-rty.
Tin 'n-iit ,iii'iii' w in liitriMliii i-il lull
I.iinloii In li.'ll liy liult-H of rottiin lin
jiorttil fnuii llolliitnl; Imi.JHirt .i-rmni
Mlrclilnlii-il to tln iIHi-iim. In on J fur.
( 'mm wi-H'm Imii; inirll.-iiiii'iit iihhi-iii
Mt-il In Mlii; CliarlfM I wan lu-lif inlcil
Jan. Ii". Uilil. aii'l t'lMiuwc II lii'i-aua
Inn I proti-rtor In I'l.'.-l. In I'I'io tin
StnarlH wiTf ri-stiii-'l to tin- (limiif.
WfNtnilniti-r iililn-y, whi-ri' tin kln
ninl ijui-i-iiK nf lin-at liiilain url
crowniil, wan originally a Iti-iii-illillno
nioniiNti-ry. It mih foinnli-il y Sf
Lcrt, kliiK of tin lOast Kaoni, nlmut
II; Ira on lllll..
Ainniik' tin Ini i iii hi hi iiit'inorli-H i-oir
nccti-il with KukHnIi JinlKfi N mi of
Justli-f Ityli'M ninl lil.t liorif. 'l'lili em
inent Jurlf-t was well kuown In liU
profeMHlon for lili work on "l'.illi," ninl
fin Dili Kive ii Dm nr( unity for nl
literiilloii liU iLHsix-liitt-.s wt-re iii'i-ui-toiued
to lii-Htow tin mime on tin
liorse, wlili-li wiiH luit n Horry Kli-eil.
"Then K'eH Jtylen on Illlln. tliey took
pleastiro In NiiyltiK, ninl im tin JmlKf
roJe out every iificrinxiii tliey ImlulKfil
dully lu (heir little Joke. Hut tlio truth
wan tlint tin horse lunl another nauif,
known only to the muster ninl his man,
ml when n too curious client lniulreil
an to the JiiiIhiVh whorealiout.-i lit) wild
tohl hy (ho Kcrvnnt, with a clear con
BClence, that "imiHter was out ou Husl
noHH." 'I'lie llrncnll.
Tin r.PtiKll has the best brains of
nil the peoples In India ninl the road I
tut toiiKui. Ills nieniory Is iroillK'lou
iind his fertility In talk Inexhaustible.
Uo Is HoiuethliiK of an Irlshmau, Home
thing of an Italian, HomethliiK of a
Jew If one can conceive an Irishman
wbo would run a way from a flk'lit In
etead of runuln Into It, an Italian
without a dense of beauty and a Jew
wbo would not risk 3 on tlio chance
of lunklng 5(H). lie Is very clever, but
bis clevernoHH does not lend lihu fur ou
Urn road to achievement, for when It
conies to doing, rather than talking,
bo Is easily iiussed by people of fur
Inferior ability. Loudon Htuudnrd.
Utiourrra of (rulua.
Hie editor looked over the luauu
script Bubnillted by the village poet
Here Is one line," he said, "In which
you sneak of 'the mimic of the cider
press.' How would you undertake to
lmltato the 'music' of tho elder press?
"I should think It might bo done
with a Juice bnrp," answered the poet
The Soil Arner.
"'If nature he.'Jl mndo me un ostrich,"
Bald old Grouch, "I suppose I could cut
"Wouldn't that bo nice?" answered
bis Imperturbable spouse. "Then I
could got somo plumes fur my hat."
Ho ptou Transcript.
Tb Icronil In t'oioiuinl.
B truuger (siircusticully) Are you tfa
bos bere? OUIco Hoy No; there's ao
oth er ofllce boy ubvo me. New York
THROAT EXERCISES. '
ICIU Tlmt om From Mlsnai of lb
Vocal Ui Kan.
The (lironlc ore throat Is not Infre
quently produced by I lie inlsuso of the
voi-hI oi-KitiiM, vry ofleii thi.t unruly
little liiet.ibi-r, the tongue, Is iiccouiitn
bin for the illinciilly, us It Is for ii irrent
iiiii ii.v oilier trouble In this (ruie-Hory
life. Many people have n habit wli'-u
talking of pushing the tongue ro f:ir
bink fu'iilimt tlin ilelleate lueinbriilieM
that Hue the throat that Irritation more
or less painful Is cm h-iI, mid If It con
(Inues any length of time uh-i.-rs will
form, ninl no will n ilortor's bill.
Control of the totiu'lie Is exeelleiit In
fill Hi-nn-s of the u iild. I'li.Vslrally this
organ may be nniniu'i-il by ill-pressing
It Into a hollow nt a point Ihree-ipiar-(ers
of mi lin h back of where the tip
of It conies when lu a imtiiriil position
III the mouth mid nl tin1 miiiim time
Kinging very light bead toyes. This
exercise risulrts some patience lit
first. I. i.t the hill, It of l.eiplng the
tongue il'iwn Is M'i'in ncipilred. In
Kpi-nl.lm; or slnulng It Imuld not be al
lowed to ho ip 1 1 1 it I if 1 till (he mouth,
thus Interfering with the fr.-e passage
of the tones of the voice from the
throat to the front of the mouth, where
they nhoiild ulrlke mid then escape
clear as a bi ll. '1 his hooping up of the
tongue III the luolltli Is the cause of
much of the lii'll'llint and Klovenly
UtliTMIlffS to which We lire toil often
obliged to llsli-li.
Ill many s-oile we liotlci the line
from the point of the chin t' the Int k
Is In the form of a rlrht nngle. In a
shapely t lilon t this line forms a curve.
J u v ii h a canary's tloes when the small
yellow artlnl Ii warbling his enrols.
To tie, i-lop the throat mid make this
tingle a i line stand before a mirror so
thai lou may watell the throat swelf
out. Now Ilitusl your tonnuc out as
far ns It will g i, then draw It back
tpilckly and forcibly, nt tin same (line
bringing It ilownwnrd In tin mouth in
far ns you can. I'l.-i'-c your thumb and
forefinger nuali.si tie lar.wix (i-ominon-ly
calleil the Ad, mi's iippb-i. and If you
are making the right iiov euii-iit you
will feel the larynx pas downward.
1'nr a week or (wo make the move
ments lightly. After that lime put mm
much force Into ll as you can. The
CTcrclse t-holll'l be practiced for 11 fi'W
minutes M-vi-ral tlmci n day to Insure
rapid ninl good results.
To liil llj the hollows nf the neck
Maud correctly and then floly fill lie
lungs with air wlihout eh vatlng youi
l-lioiildcrs. As the air Is forced llpvtar.i
Into the thro.it hold It tin-re a few- (
mds and then expel (-lowly. This ex
i-rt l"e Is bevt petrnrined moil after ris
ing In the morning and before retiring
at night. - New York I'oM.
Timr anil l:rruily.
'Hie hti'c.iui if (line l.cvcr runs dry,
and (he tu t-. in of eiernity v lil forever
send Its mlshty surges mountain high
ngalust t!i" bunk of (line's Utile
str-aiil. sweeping wllh each rectdluy
billow over Its expansive bosoin (he
frail hiiinan craft from the shore nf
time, with earth's happiness, human
affei-tl'iii. toll, trials, imrs mi.l sin, to
(he eternal shore nf celestial beauty
ami bliss. Oh. mighty ts-eaii of eterni
ty, vour wonderful nnthein if life and
death brings eternal woe ami condem- j
nation to him who In untrue to himself j
nnd his divine pilot, but to the trust- j
lug. faiilirul man it sings or cikucss
felicity In the presence of lime who
has redeemed Ills people from (lie
bondage of sin and has swept them
through the pearly gules.-1 ucktown
1 lie Wtiiidrrful Illatutu.
One of (he most woiulerful llilngs in
vegetable lift Is a beautiful ami ml-
nute class of seaweetls called diatoms.
They belong to the seawtstl family,
yet they may be found by the thou
sands In any roadside ditch, fresh ot
salt water lake or even In cisterns, j
wells, springs, etc. Most species of j
plants nre made up of an Infinite mini- j
bcr of little cells, but with tho diatom
It Is otherwise. Each representative
of this wonderful family of plants U
formed of but u single cell and this so
rnluuto that It would require W00 of
the most common form, laid end to
end, to make u string an Inch In length.
Somo species of diatoms have the pow
er of Independent motion, nnd on that
account were for some tlino believed
to be animals.
Candy and Iha Flat.
The following Is uccredited to the
late Senator Hour: At a Fourth of July
celebration In a Canudlau town whc.o
both English and American guests
wero assembled the flags of the two
countries were used In decorations. A
frivolous young English girl, loyal to
the queeu, but with no lovo for the
stars and stripes, exclaimed: "Oh,
whut a silly looking thlujf tho Ameri
can flag UI It suggests uothlug but
checkerborry candy." "Yes," replied
Senator Hoar, "the kind of candy that
lias umdo everybody Blck who ever
tried to lick It."
Charity Is a unlveni jy whlch It
Is lu every iu-,-8 power Bometlmes to
practlco, ',nco every degree of assist
once e',vea to another upon proper mo
tives Is an act of charity, ami there Is
scarcely any man In such a state of
Imbecility as that ho may not, on some
occasions, benefit his ueljjhbor. Johu-
First Man How do you do? Second
Man Hcg pardon, but you have the
advantage of ine. First Man Yes; 1
guess I have. Wo were engaged to the
6amo girl, bnt you married her.
The taste of beauty and the relish of
what Is decent. Just uud amiable per
fect the character of the trcutleiuun
nd the philosopher. Shaftesbury.
ANi fJct ililc- rrcpr.nli.-mr'.rAH-simila'.in
! inn itic Mouvttlw iimi lxwcis a
i'rnno! Pi v.lion.Cliet rPti.
i ni'.ss.'iii.UIcM.' '.uil.iiiis ni'iilKT
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J LiCT copy or vpAPPCR. fj lfl 111 ' fo
IJKKF, MUTTON. I'ORK, SAUSAGE, ETC.,
..Lakeview Meat Market..
JOHN WENDELL, Proprietor
-i AT lRE5ENT
BUILDING NdRTH OF
Nature's Wondrous Handiwork
Throng!" Utah and Colorado
CaMlu (.alo, ( a io of the (iraml,
Ulai k ('alien, M rsliall ana Tt-iim-i-t-t-
I'hi', anil tin WorM-Kamona
Fur It-B-ri.t 1 ve anil 1 11 tint rated fainjih-li-la,
W. C. McBrlde, Oen. Agt.
Bearatba lti8 Kind Yoa Havs Alas Boiifl
LATEST LAND AND
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMt eiNTaUR eOfMT. MW VOfl CITT.
Effective January 1st,
! '9:00 A. M. I.v.
11 MS A . M. Lv,
I 3:00 P. M.Lv.
! 3:o I'. M. I.v.
I ":M V. M. Ar.
Ar. 5:45 P. M.
Lv. 2:45 P. M.
I.v. 1:10 P. M.
Lv. 12:01 P. M.
Ar. 11:15 A.M.
Lv. 11:00 A.M.
Lv. 7:15 A.M.
Ar, 12:30 P. M.
Lv. 10:55 A.M.
Lv. 9:00 A. M.
a Connections made with Kast and West
bound trains ot 8. P. Co.
b Stagt-s to and from Milfurd, Junesvllle,
c Stages to and from ntandisli and Susan
vlllo, d HlHRt'S to and from KaKleville, Cedarville,
Fort Didwt-11, Adin, Alturas, Lakeview, and
other points In Oregon.
0 stages to and from Genesee, Taylorsvifie
and Greenville. '
1 Stages to and from Johnnville, Ctomberg,
the t t?;y:i ?Z ijr r -
no delay in executing a large order.
prices will be found to compare
favorably with other prices.
Old NT PAQES LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS
f nocvmr.o no ot rc not o.
Orawl,,, .,r,t,:,.. tnt9 it Krr. n mui firTi"tl
ft 1.1"', h'w to oIHia iMWnU, t ..! niArkfl, Ei
r.Wnra, N IL COUNTRIt.
in-t dlrrrtwllh Wathnelim Knrt timr.
mmry MHioflrn Iht patmt.
Pil!t iftd ln(rln((nent Practice EncluiInW.
Writ "r Mtfnm Ui y l
111 Wmk f trwt, r OiliM OMm tmtmmi CM.
WHlfS0TON, t. C.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
i3io Connetlcut Avenue
Washington, D. C.
All pron mho havt heretofor matlc FINAL
PKOOP In any kind at Land. Mineral or Tim.
bcr l;nlrle, which ha been accepted by the
Register or beeclvcr of any C. 5. Land Office,
can have the iaiuanca of their V. 8. Patent for
laid Landa promptly attended to by aendlng
me their duplicate Peceiats, or Ccrtificatea ot
Entry, and an agreement to pay me $10 when
ever (aid Patent! (hall liaue.
Anron umiillng nkelrh and dwrlpt Ion iray
qiili-kiy Hjrf.rtnin p.ar cpinmn free whether ao
liito-nti'in t prfihil-ily patentublo. CoTninu'ilr-.
lintitrtr11rr.tiri.'MitljAl. 1 1 tint! tmrk on l-arei-la
a;rit f rM. Hi'ilt rufptiry for wrnnni patentii.
I'atetita taken tjir.iueh Mui.n A Co. I ecelra
tprriU nntue, wHh,,nt charge. In tho ,
A hanilsomoly HlrrrtraiM iklT. T ureent etr
rnlHtlnn of any f ItmtlfJe Jinnjal. T t rm. 1-1 a
iwi four ruontb I, L bold by all tieoclpaln.
MUNN & Co .36,BaJ- New York
Braacb Ortic. i li T PU Waablnstuu. Ll. C
Excursion Rates to Pacific Coast
Notify yovir friends In the inet
that reducetl round-trip excurwiun
rates will fo into effect June 1, ItNMj,
and tleketn will be on sale daily un
til Septeiuher 13, l.iOO.
Final return limit October 31, 190G.
Kates Iroiu principal Eastern point's
nre as follows:
From Chicago , $73.00
" Council lUuffs, St. Joseph, Leav
enworth and Kansas City. ..$00.00
" Sioux City $G2.00
" Denver. Colorado Springs, Pue-
bloand triuiatl. $30,110
' St. Louis.. jfti'.l.OO
" New Orans $iil.(H)
" Houston ftiO.OO
For firt her Information call upon
or vrsYte nearest Agent or
l. S. Tnggart, Keuo, Xev.
1 mo i 1). F. & I A.
Tost & King have the best grade
of liquors and cigars to be found In
,. r I t
RINTING IS AN ART IN
which The Examiner ex
cells. We have all the late
styles in type and keep in
large assortment of high
so that there is
THE HORSE THAT SHIES.
Laaally Not Vlrlnna, bat Intelligent
I and Mri Well.
! We mut connltbT that n horso lend
! In? nn flrtlflcinl life, like oiirwelve
' wnlklnst In the dark In n Klrange place,
j doewn't new w hut U around him If be
' ban blinds on find l therefore naturally
j timid nrid en refill. If a horv In too
j careful arid taken too wltle a elrcult In
I ahjrinsr It is with the best Intention
! from bl InMtinctn, but because he doe
' It a little too much ninl more than Ma
driver seen necessary he should not b3
nbused, but fiioken to softly and kind
ly and thus encouraKed. for he menns
do wrotitc. Tlie stupid "hulk head,'
often called "family liorse," will (to no
close to n hole that one wheel will fall
Into It. while the liorxe of Intelligence
will keep well awny from It; but, not
having studied geometry, ho does not
know the exact length of the axles and
the distance necessary to keep from the
danger. Man himself doesn't keep
awny from danger nt all times, though
he has the advantage of sense and rea
nrm supplied him.
Ilnt-oorace Itlarht Polnar.
A shying horse nnd a sulky, balky
horse are different. Shying Is not a
vice, since the horse does not mean It.
There are times when a shying horse
would save life If be'd only shy nt the
right time and place. Our course Is to
chastise or correet a horse. If necessa
ry, for dolnp; wrong anil encourage him
for doing right If he Is to be whipped
for stopping, let the whipping cease as
soon as he goes on. Eattersby.
. Lamb II Ik lit For Shipping;.
Early In the season a fat Iamb tlftat
will weigh forty pounds is right' for
fchlpplng. It should weigh twenty-five
TO iweniy-eigui ikiuiiuh uressetu imik
Iambs should be five pounds heavier tr
bring best pric.s. It Is Important that
they be got to these weight at Just as
early an age as nossiM ,Mt eight
weeks of ago the flesh 13. light colored,
very different in appearance from mut
ton. After twelve wyt-ks It looks like
mutton and does nof'sell for prime hot
house lamb. American Sheep Breeder.
. Great Ealarma.
The bevf trnst Investigation has drag
ged It greftt length along for weeks.
We are puzzled to learn which Is real
ly on trial, the beef trust or Uncle Sam.
ln to this time we are Inclined to be-
iioi-o that tii trust stands a better
chance of Indicting the government bu
reau than for any harm to come to the
trust Farm and Itanch.
Kaffir Makra a Good Taclcer'a Hoc
The riainvlew Herald tells of a car
load of Kaffir corn fed hogs that sold
at Fort Worth recently for ?5.97',& per
hnndredweight when the market was
topped the same day by a car of corn
fed hogs from Oklahoma at fO per
hundredweight. There Is no doubt that
Kaffir corn makes a good packer's hog.
Farm and Ranch.
Sbowa In the Balance Sheet.
Good care the proper food and shel
terof live stock figures largely In the
final foot of the farmer's balance sheet
Quite often the principal difference la
the appearance and quality of two
farmers' cattle, horses or hogs finds Its
source lu the feed bucket, the manure
fork or the currycomb, one or all.
Before doing an abusive thing put
yourself in the horse's place and re
member the Golden Kule. You may
wish you had a stall in horse heavea
yourself some future era.
Boj-era Valtlnar For Iloraea.
I would like to see horses bred and
raised in New England as they were
when I was young, and I would like
to 6ee them sent out from the farms In
such condition that the ones who raise
them will realize good pay and the
proper credit for their painstaking In
stead of aciepting what the dealer may;
be willing to offer. Buyers are waiting
for such young horses and willing toi
pay good prices for them, saya M. P.'
Ames In American Cultivator.
Monday Morning- Legra.
VTheu a weekly mash Is given the
farm horse this should be done on Sat
urday. It Is wise, too, to reduce tl
feed ou Sunday, say by a third. A lit
tle care lu this respect would prevent'
so much being heard of "Monday
Like Flndlns Monti,
A mare for "which fl25 was paid
twelve years ago gave birth to tea
mule colts In that period and worked
fully ten mouths of every year. A pair
of her colts, dropped nine and ten years
ago, respectively, sold a few days since
for $350. What Is the value of such a
mare? asks Farm and Ranch. i
The Colt'a Hoot.
If the colt has abundant exercise on
flry ground the hoofs will wear gradual
ly, and It will only be necessary from
time to time to regulate any uneven
wear with the rasp and to round off the
sharp edge about the toe lu order to;
prevent breaking awny of the wall.
To kill worms lu a horse try from(
one-half to a pint of oil taken from a
ealt fish barrel. Salmon Is the best,1
but any klud will do. This Is said to'
be a Culiforula Indian's remedy.
A southern exchange says It is sf
to feed a pound to a pound and a halt
of cottonseed meal per day regularly to
horses. The cottonseed meal will prove
very strengthening and will tend tr
Improve the coat and the general con-,
dltlon of the horse. j
When Shetl'llnsr Time Cornea.
As the horse's shedding time ftp
proaches add oHmeal and wheat mid
dlings to th grain ration, Buggest?