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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1906)
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All. OUR Iff! A til IV
Futility ll.HrM nt I 'out & King. II W prim twinliip plat.
W'l llll VI it lllll m l Of M.VM'll (lllllH
& I'nV, Mti 111 iI-m of Stock rcrtlllnitoi
mid IioihIm, Willi prlio IImI. If .von MinliiK
li rn organizing a Htock fompii n.v K''t ' M,
llllll'll llllll'll lit, till
llnnkn Ht Mm Examiner
our price on Mtock ccrilllc iitcH.
WANIT.I': ID imcii In cihIi ntnti'
lo triivcl, post nlgim, ii'lvi-rllm mid
Iiii vc Hiiinpli'M of our gnml. Hnlnry
fT.vno r iiioiith. f:i.m per liy for
rxpciiHCM. ItoYAL NITPLY CO.;
lit pi. V. Allan Clock, Chicago.
Tin- KxiiiiliH-r haw n-i ilvcd ft m-w
I'll iiiplc book of tin- Wnll Street line
of ftiKrn veil eel 'llllcnteM of Mock lllnl
IioihI IiIiiiiUm, the iiiomI up to-ilntc on
the market. ChciI ii ml elulorMed by
the li-llillllg lllillll.lelM of Annrlcn.
Copyrighted. Call lili'l nee t In-Ill If
you neeil an.l tiling III thin line. tf
'I Int KxHiiilncr priiiln tiiw iiclil plat,
nml in h ken them into honk loonier, tf
SiuiiptcN of Dm I Ii'IiiiImoii shipping
tngn nt 'I he Kxa miner otlli-e. All
mIwn ft fi'l UiilltleM, from Miinlhi to
Look lit the ilexcriptirXIN of the lain)
liMleil Kith The KxHiiiif.cr 1 1 1 i H week for
mile, nml Hclcrt your piece hefore it hii
U'l li colli toKotne one e'ne. if
Clank lor CuihI proof, llrn-rt proofx,
tiinlicr ImihI liniil proof mid hlimk h f Ii
ilavilH (or iippli'-iitioiin foi rcii'h(Tlie
meiitH, hhink ttitneHx' hUhIhvU", etc nt
The Kxniniiirr ulli . tf
1akiM !, Orr ,
IAKC COINTY B1JS1NLSS MtNS'
S W. Marll
If you wiwli Information abou
Luke County, Oregon ii'MrcHH fitli
rr of tho bIxivii genf lemon, who will
he jileHHi.d to reply.
H. K.CMUkCH DIRKCTORY.
I'Un of mrrvicen of Cantor of thi M. )'.,
Church, I.ttkcvicw. Int arid ?r Hun-
lUyil of l-HI'll tllllllth.
Ileihel at II n. m , ami New Cine
(.'reek al 7 p. m., 2nd mid 4th Hiiti'layn
of ( Hi h month.
t.nkeview at II a. in., and 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Tlmrwluy 7 p.m. olh
Snniliiy t'liion N'hool llotine at 11 a. in.
f. like view at 7 p. ru. You art? cordially
invileil to nil the crvieeii.
Kankoiiii Knypkh, PaMor.
S. P. AHLSTROW,
e The best Va(ju''os"(l-
J die on the market.
& AIho a romiilelelliie of wagon
- ' ; i; Twi men In eacli con
lit v to ii preneiit nml in I vertHi' 1 1 iinl-
WMrclepnitiiient, put out hhmii . f (H n miJ
"f"" -.'' n"v,,,1" 'nM"-;,l),r; one Im to Imy It. ,.,iv vour
1,,., oroili- e M.nn.Ker. Sulnry I . nt m(imi y jM( ,,,,. , ,,. ,.t().r
IllOlitll. Clll-ll WTCkl.V, WIUI HIlCXpCIIMCH
piihl III lulviuiie. We fiirnlMh every
T'lie ('!! Ill t liL llouxe
Dent .CIO. Ml .".III Ave I'hliiiKo, III nt he cluar factory. If
We are now prepHreil to fell reverul
tri ctH of it ii I at prii'cn thai will startle
you, enperiully if you are h i h 1 1 1 1 - I
NoUce to Public.
No peiMoii or perMoriM lire alloweil lo
In-HpHHH or proHp-ct on Ke-tiou .'i'i,
touiiHhip fH, North, KuriKe 15, Weet,
on Hie Californ in Si'le of tlio Jfoiine j
.Mining DlMtrict, without llrHt Kettinuj
lvl-ittM M'rhiLkiriti Iifirl lllftlfllll I'fili- '
Irnet with J. Monroe I.nyiiiiiri, l'ort
Ciilwell, Ciiliforniii. Any one lining
mo w it hunt-w ritten nut hoi ity w ill !"
way In to know lluil it Im nil CiiKlej j Monroe I.iiyuuin, 10 Ul
or a .Mount uln Comc, which in iiIimo- i
lute proof of It m Ki iiiilneiH HM, Deafness Cannot be Cured
I .. I If .- 1.1... 4
.iiiiiii' mini'ir kui- . .i. i num. i, ,v ,M.j ,j,,irtionH, hh tliey riiimot
reach Ihe diheiiHcil portion of the cur.
ari'l luiggy liarneHH, whlpv
4 rnlti H riatiH, Mih, Hpur
4- ' ulrf h, roHetten, In fact every
4- thlnir In the line of carrliu.-
aiul horw furiilKhltitih. !e
pairing ly competent men.
WAN I 1. 1: -Two lui ji In i nch
county tj. npicMiiit mi'l ml virtue
II ... I 1..1...1I ni.1.1 out out
, . ,.. Tl.,.i with the locution. We have IhihI nil the
Mumpl.Mi.r our goo.ln. etc. Hum -
Miuiuircr. -sal- "'"" ' ' ' " " '
i . i .... - i . . i. ..
Iif.ll Wii'kly, 'n'l'ro' or ....,...,-... -"' "
In ml Millie. ! pun hiinr. like i ounty i-.xaiiiiner.t
' Sin' a Hitmple of t In riicllic inoiitly
nt I din otlice. niel you will nut IicmI-
title to pay ..'..".0 fur a yenr'n hiiIi
i Hi ll. Hon to The i:iiinlner liuil thut
,c Illinois Central j v l.n.l.l.- Mn vn.l,,- pul.li.l,...l In Port-
nniiiiliuiiH uiii'xcelleil H. ivice from the 'ami. If
Went lo the I. aft aiul Soulli. .Making
lnir CohIiIlii or (Mill
n i v "u' pi-r im .nl h
W it ll llll CXpellxcrl plll'l
We furnlf It everytlilng.
Tin: coi.i'Mi'.iA iioi'si:.
Icpt . clu, Muiioii. Chill.
cloM- ciniectioii" wiih t'aiiiM of all
tmiiM liii. iital line-, pan-eiip-r are
jfivt-ll their choice of n.llti-H to ( hiciuio
!.oui"Vi!l. M. inphiH ami New Orleann,
nml through thece points to the far
1 "lo-pei -live travclcra ilcciriiik' ii.for
luatiiiii hh to the lowcMt tutc nml heft
routi'i are invileil to corrcfpoml
the following repieKeittativea.
i 1 'n riuern, have yor l.utti-r wrap
pi iM printed at The Cvamine otll.-e,
liiNtead of Hcmllng away for (hem.
You keep yuur inoiii'V at home, and
patronize them that patronize you,
ln-hldcH, you nee what you are get
ting and don't have to pay for It If
it doi-Hli't Milt you. tf
j There If! only one way to euro dciifnei-H
,li lid that irl hy COIihtitllt ionnl rcnie
dii'rt. 1 li'iifni-hH irl ciuihed hy llll illlllllll-
ed condition of the miicoiiri lining of
'the CiiHtiichiiiti I'llhe. When thin tuhe
i Ih iiilhiiiied you linvo n riimMing M.utid ,
I or imj.erfect lieiirlng, mid when it in
i cut irel v cIohci 1. lleiifiiesn in tho remilt. ' FIRST-CLASS
j mid unleHM thu iiitlamuiittion can he
taken out nnd thin tube restored to
it normal condition, hearing will he
di'.-troyed forever ; nine chmcb out of
ten are canned by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the inucoiifi mrface.H.
We w ill ivn One Hundred Dollars
for any cane, of deafiiCHH (cinined by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Jlall'a Catarrh Cure. Send for oireu
lar free. 1 J. Cheney A Co.,
Sold by Drut-'k'iftfi, 75t;.
Take Hull's l'anrly I'illn for iron ft i-patlou.
TT i i I TT i ft V i i i mTt H ?
rrr ii r "i vt,,rflm
T .. f-, . irr, li-wwrin, i in-' i
' strai 1
SOME POINTS BY MAINE'S COMMIT
8I0MER OF HIGHWAYS.
Ilotr tn ftrrnre tiry Marfarf..
Rlralahlrnlnar Ih. (iradir nt m lod.
In.pnrlin.rr nf Ilrnlnaarwna a
Hie first aimiinl report of the de '
pnrtinent of liiuliwaya of the Blato of
Mnlno hnn lieeti homi'd by CoMimWsion
fr Caul Ii. Sartrcnt. It In n voluminous
lCK-uuient ami containx much of Inter
pnt. Here are nomo IntereHting ex
; t'ounfry romU In geueritl in n y bn Im
proved In Up followlux wiiya: Cy rut
tinx out tho IiukIh'm and vruhhimi out
the pHiifi. Ity atrnlirhteniin: the Kind
cd portion of the road nml taking out
the Hhort, Kliarp and ihinerniM cor
liers nml urve. I'.y widening tli
ro.'nN. Cy improviui; tho diMia.iKe
I'y rutting down the hill.
Tfiero nr mi lex of our country road
viii which no mnrkeil Improvement
enn be mail' until the biiMlic nrr first
; removed. Indeed, the tliorouli ro
niovil of tliCfie busiie would be Of
great value to the roads In allowing thf
tin and wind to dry the wtirfare early
In the (.iriii. When bunlies nro ro
rnoveil the roofn should bo grubbed out
ami l.o'li l.usli'.fi ivnl root-i piled neatly
ami burned n- ikhiii as dry.
i I'tur no rircuiitst.'inci'fi hIiouM they
Ik? throw n into the si.le ditches, back
njzakist t!ie fences or ii!)on adjoining
: land. Ii:;:hwny rights of way should
, jire'-ent jis neat n .pearn nee n do til?
I railro.'.d r'i 'hts of way. and If 1hn above
, Bugg '-Mons i:re followed In iferforiD-
lng tlrs -(" and a little rare taken
' In rlenniii'" uji af'n'r the work Is cora
' pleted o-ir roadsides i-.ta gradually be
; made erimi nen !y a Mra ,ive.
Th"i" are hi in-irly every (dwd
utre'i '.- of ro. I made ip of nereral
fthort rm:''Si'., a i l iwfori? iinproveniont
In tin '(:'.:' i ! ! ::y of l!i.si. all
short. -': ; '" !:) . - :: i l ei;rv should
l d its !' r .i ,r vi! !..
SfiwnW t app ' " b :i ri r-i! ;y t loca-
i n ro i 1
t." r ri was
; or r -movbt? a
:...:t ! o.itetTJ-
ir.s i ; VV.-in, by
F P I.KlrlT
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
If any Hubscrlln r of t he i:.an.ilier j
w loheM to HiiliMcribe for "Tom w ill-1
hoii'h Mngay.lne." we will accent II. ."( ';
II. T rnml.ull. i ommcrciKi ; fr,(lll u,,.,,,, write the let ter, buy t hi
1 12 Third Si., I 'orllund, Ore. ! porttul order and Kctnl for the inagu-
I (' l.indfcy, Trav I 'rtfscliKT nine to any nddrcwM. Then? ia but
.Vnt. I '- T hiol Kt.. Portland, 're. j
fun! It. Thonii.fi.n Pas-enger Alii nt
Colmiti. Ciiih'.ue 'a'.tie U'ai-h.
fill: ORIMYU vrl!0fll.
H-- I " I- i. 1
Popular and Picturesque.
The only think' necessary to make the ,
penver hihI Kin lirande the most pop-
ular, it bii ever been kimwn the
moHt ph as.u.t and most picinresipie ,
way to cross tlie coniiucni. n tonic
nbotit. Ibis is the es lablishuient of
throiiiih sh'cpiiu car service.
In connection with the O. K. N. a
throunh Cullman Standard Sleeper is
now run from Portland to Penver, lenv
iiiK l'orthinil nt S.:. p. tn.. arriving at
Sail I.ako at H Ml u. m. the mconl
inorititiK. leaviiik' Salt ImVv at :t..r0 p.
in. and itrriviiu at Penver 4 -0 p. m. tho
followinn luy. This rxhedulo gives paB-BetiKi-rH
r-even hours stop-iver in Salt
Lake, affonlink' bu opportunity to visit
the Mormon Capital an well as a day
light ride through the KrundcHt scenery
in the world.
For reservation in this car and for H
luutrated booklets picturinu tho Bcenery
contiguous to the Penver Ac KloCrande,
provinn it to bf the 'Scenic Line of the
World," w.itotoW. C. Mrltn.Ie, den
erul Aent, 124 Third street, l'oi tlaud.
If You are not Particular
don't travel over the Illinois Central,
as any old road w ill do you and we dont
want your patronage; but if you are
particular and want the best and mean
to liave it, auk the ticket agent to route
you via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL, the
road that runs through solid vestibule
trains between StTaul, Omaha, Chicago,
Bt.Louis, Memphis, and New Orleaus.
No additional charge is made for a seat
In our reclining chair cars which are
fitted with lavatories and Bmockinj?
rooms, and have a porter in attendance.
Hate via tho ILLINOIS CENTRAL
are the lowest and we will be glad to
quote them in connection with any
B. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third Street, Portland Ore.
J. ,C. Undaey, T. F. A V.'.A., M2
Third Street, Portland, Ore.
Paul II. Thompson, Frt. A'Passonger
Agent, Colman Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
one i. ri.e on "Tom wutson.H .Maga
zine," and we do not club with it,,
but as a ma t ter of aecoinodnt Ion toj
Subscribers to t ho 1 ah miner w e can (
yet them the magazine without any j
trouble or risk to thcin for the rcjju-,
A Mountain of (iold
could not bring; as much happiness to
Mrs. I.ucla Wilke, of Caroline, Wis.,
as did one box of I ' tub 1 1 n 'is Arnica
Salve, when It completely cured a run
ning; More on her leg:, w hich had tor
tured herfor "II lonnyears. (ireatest
antiseptic healer of Piles, Wounds,
at I.eo Ccall'M Prun
If you contemplate a trip east call
on or write to us at Kcno. Should
you have friends coihIiik from the
east you can net Information regrurd
liiK ratt'H, roiiteH. etc., which will lie
to their advantage mid comfort. If
you wish you can tleposit cost of
ticket with tin for their paHsano and
tlcketH will be furnished them at
their eimterii homes. Thin otlice In
with you and rt'Kponslble, which
should lie an inducement to conimu
n leti tv wit h tiarather than with thono
in other cltU'H.
11. L. (Irilllth, Agent, So. Pac. Co.
J. M. Fulton. Dlntrlct PaHHenger
Agent, Southern Pacific Co., Reiui,
The Leading Paper of tiie
Th ' San Francisco
Drying1 proparutlong simply devel.
op dry catarrh ; they dry up the secretions,
which adhere to the membrane and decom
pose, causing a fur more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry
ing inhalants, fumes, smokes and snuffs
and use that which cloanses, soothes and
heals. Ely's Cream Balm is auoh a remedy
and will cure catarrh or eold in 'the head
easily and pleasantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents. All druggists sell the
60o. size. Ely Urothers, 60 Warren St., N.Y.
The Balm cures without pain, does not
irritate or causa sneezing. It spreads itself
over an irritated and angry aurfaoe, reliev
ing immediately the palaf ul Inflammation.
With Ely's Cream Halm you are armed
against Nasal t'slarra aua uay t ever.
The dose is one, just one pill
mild, certain, lhey cure
J.O. Ajar Co.,
Want your moustache or beard RMfi KING HAM'S DYE
beautiful fcrowi or rich black? Use iiniuo. o i-.uu,i.o.miauw),iiamii,ii..
The Weekly Chronica
Thu very bet wk!y N"w:p3per
pubi.a.'.ed In the entire Wait.
$1.50 a Year
I -,-li.l : ns? isMiao to any ia-1 of tba
i. i:liHt 9lau, l auada uU Mnko
It Is bril because, besidfj
rintin all Ihe newt of the world
e .ci fe'.k tn an Interesting way
j J 'ully Illustrating many
..r-i - o.:, it has special dapaxt
tn a.i devoted to
Tiese are presided orer by
id tors having a thorough knowl-e-le
of their specialties. The
i a.;e; devoted to, Agr culture,
r.j.'licu ture. Poultry and Ltve
b'.oc are well Illustrated and
'1 ed with matter of the greatest
iT 'frest to all engaged la theae
.i. .jitnes, every Una being
r':t?n by those who art In close
t Mfh with conditions prevailing
on thi Coast.
SEND FOR SAMPLE COPT.
It will be sent free.
Do yon want the Cbreaiels
Showing the United States, D
mlnlon of Canada and Northern
Mexlce en one aide, MAP OP
THE WORLD, preeeauaf te view
in ooa eoaUnuetu map, with all
areaa In true proportion, th sa
tire surfao a th Earth aa the
other at da.
Sand S3 aaal get Map askd
'"Vaakly OffaataV for yaar.
poauge prepaid May aM
The Daily and Map
Only 1 Year
Lakeview Furniture Store
E. N. JAQUISH, Proprieto.
Full and complete stock of
everything in the line of
WALL PAPEK. CARPETS,
i l"t a lie .-:i!ii;r: lie i:i:fde by
;: : tli' t-o tli.it the
! ro:nl v, :i; I. tt't marks of
or!:ni:ii!sl;: i. I'v t!ii use of a
few si':ns for l ::l!i:r i:;i now work,
road jo::iinissio:n-rs will, l:i wMening
roads. Ik nlil' to iniikc use of all of
the old prail nml have a pood straight
road as a result.
A poorly drained earth road will
wear better if wide than when narrow.
ai aa the traffic will then le more evenly
a , distributed over the pur face, and In
jjj I consequence there will lo less liability
wjl 1 of the traffic foriiiinir deep ruts during
a I the muddy season. These ruts Increase
4 1 In depth rapidly and are exceedingly
I detrimental to any road.
j For three or four months In the sum-
j mer season many of our i-ountry roads
, are pleasant roads to travel. During
tho spring and fall, however, these
same roads are In many Instances
mires. To Improve this condition the
cause must be removed, the water
. . . 1. . .
Snifler BUIlOing Gil Water St. j that which falls on them speedily tak-
cu ouuuiuiuugtr win b. wi uir
...LAKEVIEW, OREGON... a 8 ubsoil .water away from the road
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES $ I face drainage will carry away that
; wmcQ raus upon nieir surface. ve
believe there is no one thing which will
. returu better results for money ex
1 pended on roads than will drainage.
I Nest to securing perfect drainage at
j tention should be directed to reducing
I 6teep grades In order that the benefits
1 arising from Improving other portions
j of the road may not be lost by the tna-
bllity of teams to haul a full load up
I the grades. It should be determined
I positively that no better rouse can be
obtained around the bill before money
Is laid out on the hill in permanent Im
provements, as It will probably be Im
possible to change the location after
much permanent work has been done.
Cutting off the tops of hills and filling
at the bottom will be the only way ot
reducing grades where the old location
la followed. One-half of the road may
be excavated and scraped out at a time,
leaving the other half for traffic to use.
The worst hill should be treated first
and completed before work is begun on
In maintaining or repairing the sur
face of any road, filling depressions
and ruts material like that composing
the surface should be used In order that
a perfect union or bond between tha
old material and the new may be ob
tained and the resulting surface be uni
form. No one would think of repairing a
macadam or crushed 6tone road with
clay; neither should surface depressions
or ruts lu clay or other earth road bu
filled with atone. In the latter case a
depression, if filled with stone, will be
come a hard spot, on either side of
which the travel will make a new de
pression, thus giving two depressions
or mudholea In place of the originaj
This week the Centra Magazine Agency will make
the following barga'- prices on on the leading maga
zines of the country Just in order to secure your
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The Reader 3.00 YearCPO.UU,
N0.3. Four flagazines for $2.00
Success 1.00 0
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success $1.00 n
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t'all'a Magazine la the beet fashion magazine. Madame Is now the best
high-grade woman's monthly published, and the American Boy Is the best
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Special Agents wanted to securcsubscribers tofla
dame. Send for our free catalogue.
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Box 320, Indianapolis, U. S. A,
Tha Car of Hlgkwin.
When rocks are raked out of the road
they should be gathered up and hauled
away. Too often they are left bealds
the wheel rut. where passing travel
works them back Into the road or Into
the ditch, only to be bandied over
gain. They sh uld be deposited la
plies outside the traveled way, but up
on the road location and later used la
Tba HUhnara el Main.
There are In the state of Maine 25.
620.69 milea of road of all classes, no
on which during the last five years aa
average annual expenditure of $L87V
190.1 has been made.