General Information I-'ii id I l.v lliiii'M lit I'iihI V King, tl V Iiiivi a full H of M.vmcII Iti.'llliiM fc t'oV, Hiiinpli'M of Stuck t VrtU1rt- ImmmIx. with iiic llt. If .von un nrtmtilxliiK a nlM-k company get our iirlii'M mi Mlork rcrtlllentcM. tf .WANIT.h: HI ini'ii In eiu'li Hint to trim l, post hIkiim, Milvi rllw Mini nii' HiniiplrH of our iiimU. Miliary fT.'.iHi pi r iiiontli. rfliHi per day for ixMiiMH. itnYAi. m:iti.y to.; ii .i. W, .Minn r.lork,rliiiKo. WJ- Tin' lixuiiilni't ha rcri'lvi-ij a new Hainpli iMiiik of tin Wall Ktri-et line of cimravid icrt lllt a i' of HliM-k ami Imiid MhiiUm. I In- IiiomI 1 to ilutf 011 tin iiiMiki t. I'wil iiinl ciiilorwil by tin leading lliwini li th of America. 'oji. righted. "" Ml''' " you 'need anything In J'" H'li'. " H ANTI'I': Two iih-ii In each cou nty to n precinl ami advert Iw Hard ware ii .at limnt. I'Ul out Hiiiii.lM of our uooiIh, etc. Traveling I'o-lt. 1,,ii or oilli'' MmiMKiT. Salary ft" per month, cmnIi weekly. wlthallex.eiiKen pil. I In advance. We fiirnlHli every thing. I- Tlie Columbia llolloe llcpt. lib, '.Ml "tll Ave hlcago. Ill WANTKI': Two men In eai h county to reprenelit ati'l advert Im 1 1 aril wt i" lieparliiK nt. I'ut out nampleM of our good, etc. Travel ing I'oxlt l"ii or Mllce Manager. Sal ary f.HI.IHI pel lliolilll cauli weekly, with all cxpeiiHCN paid In alvanci. We fiiruUli every thing. TlU'.t OI.I MISIA IIOISK. Chicago, 111. Iiept. lilO. Motion. ISIdg. The Illinois Central maintain unexcelled w-rvico (mm tlie Went to llu Kit and S..11II1. Making clowi ciiiinecti.wiN iruiu c.f ull trmincontinciitBl linen, piit.eiii:ern are given ttictr t lioict- .f roil leu to hieauo Ijouiitville, Meiii.lii and New OrlcanH, ami through the" pninlH to the far east. l'rojH-ctivo traveler di-raring infor inution auto tlie l"'Hl rule and bent . . . ...I -S.I. routed are invileil 10 correr.iii -.i" tho following repreHeiittivc. 15. II. Truiiil'ull. Commercial Agent, 142 Third St., 1'ortland, Ore. .1. C. I.ln.lHey, Tmv PatiHcnger Agent. H2 Third nt.. Portland, ro. 1'atil II. Thoinpeon Paawnger Agent Col 11. uti I'uiMitg Ni-allle Uhi-Ii. Popular and Picturesque. Tlioonly tliinu! necesHiiry to make tlie Denver ttiul Hio (iramle the iiioft xi ular, b it l'" ver lcn known tlie nioMt pleHHiint ihkI mt I-ifturef.ini way to cni!.H tlie conlineiit. lian come alxml. TI1I11 iH Hi" eli bl Mliinent of tlirtiiiiili'itlif'in ' eilc . In conncclion willi ll It- A N 8 tliroutfli rullmiin Sti n lanl Meeper im now run from I'nrtlaiiil to Denver, leav ln rortluml at 8.."i p. 111.. arriving at Suit Lake at S 10 a. m. tlie ecoii(l iiiorn'mir, Kiivin Halt I-ako at n.f.O p. in. ami arriving at Di nver 4.2O p. m. tlie fol!owin ly. TIi'ih hchcilule iveH pas BenKcrii Hoven liimra htop-over in Salt Lake, affonlinK an opportunity to vital the Mormon Capital an well as a day light rile through the uran.leiit scenery in the NorM. Tor reHcrviition in thin car ami for il luHtratcd liiK.kletH picturint? tho Bcenery contiiiuoiiH t'J I'"' l-enver & lllotj ramie, proving it to h tlie 'Scenic Lino of the Worl-l," w.itetoW. M'-llriile, How eral Anent. I-l Thir.l nlreet, roitlnnil. If You arc not Particular don't travel over the Illinois Central, as any old road will 1" yim and wo dont want your patronage; but if you are particular and want tho bent and mean to have it. auk the ticket agent to route you via the ILLINOIS CL'NTKAL, tho road that rutiH through solid vestibule trainfl between St.I'uul, Omalin, Chicago, St.LouiH, Momphifl, and New Orleans. No additional charge in made for a seat In our recliniti).' chair cars which are fitted with lavatories and smockinR rooniH, and have a porter in attendance. Hates via tho ILLINOIS CKNTKAL are the lowest and wo will kbo glad to quote them in connection with any transcontinental lino. 11. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent, 142 Third Street, Portland Ore. J. 0. Lindsey, T. l A P. '.A.. M2 Third Street, Portland, Ore. Paul II. Thompson, Frt. A Passenger Agent, Colmau Phlg., Seattle, Vash. Want your mouslaclie or bc;rJ abcautlfal brown or rich Hac!:?Us2 a 9 urti t! Avers riu m tmiwi 10 inti:mi st All. WK UV.AtW W'e print ton iiclii i plHlo. if iMitch luiicli at tlie lirewery Sa loon, tf Milling Ollll'l. IiIhiiIcm nt llm KxfiriiiM" Tim ('. x 11 in I mt j r 1 1 t tn iihIi Ip pUtH, and muki'ii iheni into bookN loorder. It Samples of the lletmlMon hlpplliv I UK at The I'.xn miner olllce. All mIz"miiii tialltleM, from Manila to llm-n. tf Look at the IcMcripti'iriH of the hunt listed with The Kxinnii er this week for ale. and nelect your piece before it lis Is-en f.ild to Mime one eUe. tf I'.hitik" lor tiniil iroof, Ifcrert proof- tiiolier hind filial prisifs and blank afli ihivils for iippli-Htioim for readviTlinc iiii'IiIm, bhiiik wittii'i-x' allidavits, etc at The KxHinincr i'(li-e. tf There Ih two wayH to tell a onl cljtar; one U to buy It, pay your inoniy and Hinoke It. Hut t he bet ter way hi to kiio that it Ik an Knule or a Mountain Komi, which is abso lute proof of If M )eniiltietH'SM. Miuli' and for nab' by A. Stockman, at t he cljtar factory . tf We are now prepared to sell several tracts of land at prices that will startle you, fcHcially if you ant aci-uaintcd with the location. We have land all tin way from f l.M i-r acre up to fl.V, tin Improved or Improved, to suit the purchaser. Laket'ounty Lxau.iner.t S-e a sample of the Pacific moiitly at thin illlce, and you will not hesi tate to pay ?2...) for 11 year'n sub- sclpt Ion to The Lxainlncr and that valuable Mayar.lue jtn I ! IkIiimI In Port land, tf Fanners, have yor butter wrap mts ptliitcil at The Ixamlm olllce, Instead of Hcmlliiir away for them. j You keep your money at home, and patronize them that patronize you, Is-Hldes, you we what you are p-t-! tltiK mid don't have to pay for It tf : It doesn't suit yoll. tf J If any ntiliscrllcr of the I-xamincr 1 wIsIich to HtilmcrllK for "Tom wat- hoii'm MaKiulue," we will accept tl-Vl from tliein, write the letter, buy the postal order and send for the maga zine to any address. There Ih but one price on "Tom Watson, a Miii-i r.lne," and we do not club with it,1 but is a matter of accomodation to SubscrllsTM to the Kxnmlncr we can Ki t them the mnn'uine without any trouble or risk to them for the ngii- ' lar price. tf. A Mountain of Gold could not bt lntc as much happinesH to Mrs. Luchi Wllke. of Caroline, Wis., aa dlil orft L'.V box of Huckllu's Arnica Salve, when It completely cured a rtin niiiK sore 011 her leg, which had tor tured herfor "'.I loiifcyeara. tireateat antlwiitlc healer of Piles, Wounds, and Sores. '2c at Leo lleall's Drily; utore. POST YOURSKLP AND FRIENDS If you contemplate n trip east call on or write to uh nt Keiio. Should you have friend coining from tho east you can pet Information rejrard Iny; rates, routea. etc., which will be to their advantage and comfort. If you wish you can deposit cost of ticket with 11a for their passage and tlcketa will be furnished them at their eastern liomea. Thin olllce la with you and responsible, which should be an Inducement to commu nicate wltliUHratherthan with thoHO in othercltles. II. I.. (Irlthth, Agent, So. Pac. Co. Ileno, Nevada. J. M. Fulton. District Passenger Agent, Southern Pnclllc Co., Iieno, Nevada. Nnsnl Catarrh quickly yields to treat ment by Ely's Croaiu jUalm, which iB agros. ably arouialio. It ia received through tbs nostrils, clfsiiKoa and Loala the wholo sur. face over which it diffuses itself. iJrupgUts tj.'ll tho COo. 817.8) Trial si.o by mail, 10 couta. Tost it and you are euro to contiuuo tho treatment. Announcement. To aoconunodnto those who aro partial to the use of atomizers in applying fiquida into the initial pnosiiges for tnUu'rhal trHU Met, tho projirn-.- ira prepare I'reamllulm ia liquid form, which -"ill bo known aa Ely's Liquid Cream Halm. Price including the praying tube in 75 cents. l)ruggista or by mail. Tho liquid form embodies the med ic inul priipurtics of tho aolid preparation. Wake up your liver. Cure your constipation. Get rid Sid'-your biliousness. Sold I'.,. 'O. ,. J. O. AyerOo., TiaEKIHGHAM'S DYE I ii.v ot 1 ut-i.ii.ik 11. r. umll k to.. nasuua. m. a. It. M 1 1, Wi'tn'i 4 W. nun MI iri.iili.iii ttfiriMurr UkrtltH,Orr, f .nice vlrw, ttr IAKL COUNTY B' SIMSS MLNS' DLVLIOPMLNT ItAOLC If yoti wish Information nboti Lnko ('oiinfy, Oregon address fi til er of the nlsiva K'nll;tiieri, who will '! plefiHcd to reply. n. u. church diki-ctory. Plan of seivieesof f'astor of th? M. K Church, Lnkeview. 1st and 3rd Sun days of each month. Ileihel at II a. rn , and New Pin reek at 7 p. in., 2nd and 4ih Sundays of curd month. Lnkeview at II a. m., and 7 p. in. Prayer meeting Thursday 7 p.m. 6th Sunday Union Schol Mouse at 11 a.m. I,nk-vic at 7 p. in. You are cordially invited to all this services. Kascohii Swyi'Kh, Pastor. Notice to Public. No person or persons are allowed to trespass or prospect on Section township iH, North, I limy ft ", West, on the California Hide of the Hoiiue Miuiiitf District, without first getting written permission and niakliiK con trite t with J. Monroe Iiynian, Fort lliilwcll, California. Any one doing ho without written authority will be prosecuted. J. Monroe Layman, 19-21 Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by ccfnstitutional reme dies. I)cafucHH is caused by an inflam ed condition of the mucous liulng of ttie F.ustachiau TuIkj. When thin tube la inflamed you have a rumbling Bound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafnesa id tho renult, ami unless tho inflammation can bo taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine caws out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars free. 1. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, O. Kohl by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Fam'ly Pills for consti pation. Mill. M ..Ol".. 1 I ,...! .. I o- . 1-11. '. - The Le-adlng Paper of tlie Padfk Const Th- San Francisco Chronicle The Weekly Chronicle The very baat wekly Nwipapf r published ia lh tDllra V.st. $1.50 a Year !rirlmlin xUjr(l to u art of th i.iiuj .iuiu, Caoiida auu Maiiro It Is best because, besides -lif ting si! the news of tho world e .ci werk in aa Interesting way . ;. d :ully Illustrating many r!c:es. It has special dsDarfr 1 in.n:!. uevoted to ACRICULTURE H-KTiCULTUR POULTRY L1V: STOCK MINING LITERATURE FASHIONS and S-OKTS Tli-'sa are presided orer by d tors having a thorough knowl--e of thtlr specialties. Ths a"!5 devoted to Agr culture, I IvTticu ture, Poultry and Llvo 'oc ars well Illustrated and I V.i w.tli matter of tho greatest ' forest to all engaged in thois Castries, evary Una belag rltt-n by those who ara In close 1 lcS with oondlttons prevailing . ti this Coaat. '.END FOR SAMPLE COPY. It will be sent free. Da you want the Chronicle Reversible Map? uwlng ths United States, De M. nlon of Canada and Northern Mexico on one side, MAP OF THE WORLD, presenting to rlow tn oua oontlnuous map, with all arsts in true prepordoo, the n t.ie surfsoe ( the Earth o the other side. Snnd 12 sad ffw the Map sad '"Ver kly Ororjlole" for one year, pe-stag prepaid e May a4 Pap. The Dally nd Map Br assA peaa paid Only $a5 a Ycf BmaMBafl AdJtaa CaO. LAKEVIEW SADDLERY D t S s. v AHLSTROM, Proprietor. The best V;ifpv''''s(l. tlie f)ii the market. t & Also u complete line of wm?oti and btiifjry bnriicHH, whlpv. robe) riataa, blta, Hpnrs 4 qulrta, rosettea, In fnct every thln In the lino of carriage and horse ftirnlnhlngr-. lie ' pairing ly competent men. ERECTED IN 1900 MODERN THROUGHOUT FIRST-CLASS ACCOfinODATION? SAHPLE ROOH For COriHERCIAL TRAVELERS COURTEOUS TREATMENT otTo ma"ow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors JaaJaJa I LaKeview rurniture 2tore E. N. JAQUISH, Proprieto. Full and complete stock of Everything: in the line of -FURNITURE. WALL PAPER, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, GLASS. ...LAKEVIEW, OREGON... CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES BARGAIN DAYS IN MAGAZINES This week the Centra Maga ine Agency will make the following barga'-. priceson on the leading maga zines of the country Just in order to secure vour order: No. 1. Two Magazines for the price of one Madame 100 McCall'5 magazine No. 2. Three flagazines for the price of one Success $1.00.. Madame 1 .00 thfCC neCR Q The Reader 3.00 'eau.uw N0.3. Four flascazines for $2.00 buccess 1.00 American Boy i.OO Madame 1.00 success $1 .00 cosmopolitan i.uo Review of Kevsews... 3.00.-- year Madame 1.00" SPECIAL Tin above conililmitlonsnre noiuo of the best ever offered to the public. Tlio Sucitsh Is the liest general monthly magazine published. Mc t'all'H Magazine la the beat fashion magazine. Madame Is now the bent high-grade womau'a monthly published, and the American Hoy is the bent In ita class. Think of it four magazines one for each member of the fam ily. t-iM worth for fi'.OO, provided you noml your order at once. Special Agents wanted to dame. 5end for our free catalogue. Central nagazine Agency Box 320, Indianapolis, U. S. A, 7"' 4 U if 4 4 Snider Building on Water St. 4 hnth One rr 50 MW" Year $1.UU 011 One Year $1.00 four all 0ne $3.00 securesubscribers to Ha- 1 n r r -t . - oa-j iuui ru t w ou t rati A PECULIAR FISH. rk TnrHm'n llnll a4 Iwktt Er of l.lirk nad Mold. Lrhu lii.t, 11 ml slimy ou a Csumor fer alnli, or dry ami sandy In tin fhU w ives' basket 4, the turbot l, perhapt, tlie lenst lnlvretliiK of fish. W'uetl wltriniiiiff In an artiucinl sea or lying 011 tho sandy totfo:n It Is the most at tractive of all of lh (leiilna of thin mock ocenn ami whother at rest or la motion hn nn air of vl;:ihtncp, vivacity and Intcilli.ieiK r greater than that of any of the iiornully shnpctl hsh. This Is la p u t due to lis Imhit ami In part to the e::j. i's.iIoii of the flnt tlh'a eye. This, whiclj Is i;nk i:nd Invlsililo la the iead ll--.li. a r.ilsej on 11 kind of turret In the liv; 1 . tui .ot. or sole. m.J net fhee hi ti In.' rvolvl.11; n;u'rntus, ii, : 1 it ; iii.l.'jieti'leiilly at tin " !. oc:,,.;" of the ciia- u:".' ', )),-i ,,.'.':-e;ic ,', how ever. ..1 1 :' h;ur, ci.d of tJm fill- ! ' I ;. I. Ml.l U II IIICM V 1 1 of tli.- eyeball, which I- v out exrexs:)ii. " eit :-s, eyes art . Itii.-tisely bright, . stiirlmr stupid . ., y tl lies' eyes. It I ; i : Jerk Its eye i ;!io'i to sim-iy . 1 I surface. Il tii.ii 0.1 either wld rt .; r . s to iroject fion : ' t reeeive, tlia eiTef-t 'l.v that made by tea . ' of the Jointed appa-!-sta the electric IL'hl 1 t a. y atile on to il.e turlsita. thoocl) ! i-.-vi rimers. moving la ' ccross tlie wutW . a Cash when ao dln-I..- icrfectly still urion hey do not. like the dabs flounders, cover tbemselvi :. for tuny minilc the color of I..; v o- l!'l , r f:o.. 1 '-y ' - r. vr. or po;c. the '-: and tii' with sa; the (.to:! s 1 ;th such absolute fidelity tliat eecp' for the shining eye It I almost lm'Kx-ible to distinguish then). It would 1 nr that volition plays tome part l.i this subtle conformity to i environment, for one tnrbot, whlcb Is i blind, has d:,'tn?8il to a tint too light ! and not at all In h.irmon with that at j the sand. London Spectator. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. No man is as dangerous aa hla threats. When some men have nothing to da they become reformers. If a man asks a candid opinion froja a friend and pets It, It makes him mad. Some people invariably get the worst of it. because they are always demand ing the beat of it ' As soon as a man gets a notion that his employer can't get along without htm be la getting ready to lose his job There is always the danger that ev ery man will become the hired man and every mother the hired girl to thelf family. When a young man begins to make rejnilar visits to a girl, how it would knock out the romance If It were suit that he was calling on her to make rangeuients for hiring a cook. Atchi son Globe. Where Kit Blarlowe Waa Baried. St. Nicholas. Deptford, poaaeeses richer literary, artistic and naval asso ciations than most churches of the rt1 er aide. It was the parish church of John Evelyn and his tenant, Peter the) Great, who delighted to make the par son drunk, as well as of a long Una of naval heroes. One of the many his toric monuments quaintly commemo rates Teter Pett. "the Noah of his age. who Invented the frigate. A weird wood carvlns. representing the proph et Ezekiel in the valley of dry bones, is by Griulinsr Gibbons, who was "dis covered" here by Evelyn. The parish register records the burial of Christo pher Marlowe, "alalne by ffrancls Archer" on June 1. 1G03. Westmlnstet Gazette. Oddly Shaped Spldera. The most peculiar spiders In tht world, as well as the largest ones. In habit the Island of Sumatra. They arc of all conceivable forms and colors, and some' of them spin threads almost aa large and strong as the .grocer's twine. Some qucerly shaped spiders hart square bodies poised on long red legs, and others have crooked green and yel low legs which support heart shaped bodies. One of the very oddest of tb lot has a body that looks like that of u youug turtle, the "shell" having round knobs aud pear shaped projections all over It. Monument to m Flab. A tombstone" which Is to be seen In the gur.leu of Fish eottagi. Blockley, a picturesinie village In South Worces tershire. Is bel!eved to be the only fish's toml'stone In existence. The In scription N us follows: In Memory of the Old Fish. Under the ko!I the old Fish. do. Ua. Twenty years, he. lived and then, did. dla. IIo waa bo tame you. understand lie would, cone, and eat, out, of, our, hand. Died April the 20th. JSS5. A0l'J i;j years. -Tendon Graphic. Sua Story. Kind Lady I '.j you mean to tell ni. that; read.!!-? h:iknsieare brought ym to prison'? Vln;t works did you read! No. 411 "rtoiiieo au' Juliet." intitn. Kind I.a.'y Hut what evil IuHucim a could that have on you? No. 411 Why, It learned ire to bo a porch climber, mum. I'll'!:. M.'l:ikTi Identity. "I Just dropped In again today," said the l;idv 't. see those lovely aide, bonrd yon h id last week" "Nor in-, iiia'niii." ri'p'led the callow furm i'i : .M'lian. "I ain't never bea able t -i!.' i'vc:i a muHtactie." I'hlla- C!e', !i! l I'f.-s.