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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1906)
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AS TO ADVERTISING.
The Merchant Who Guilds up His
Business Through Publicity
and the Doctor Who
Docs the Same.
Tlx most peculiar thing In life Is
human nature and it rotitrndictii-Ti.
What is right for one man or woman
to do is tjniio w rong foi another. Ask
I host who approve the one niiil con
demn the other why ami they will not
le ahle to give a reasonable answer.
It is nil right fir one man, for instance,
to Advertise his business, tint it
equally w ron for another man to tlo
po. It is all I'iulit for the merehant to
inform the pnhlie that he has sone $1
piiks which he is selling for tl cent
niul a packiiiie of tonthpu ks thrown in,
tnt let a ilmtor ndveriise that he has
ft particular remedy for a particular
form of troithle and see what n howl
will iiii np from the other doctor
And yet all doctor advertise wher
they et a chance. The only difference
between doctors in this matter is that
Some of them pav for their advertise
ments and the t1iers do not. Hut in
loth cases the value of the advert isinj;
One it the greatest advertisers in thl
country is l'r. Kav . Tierce, of !nf
falo, N. Y., head of the famous World's
lispensary Medical Association, which
manufacture those widelv and favor-
ahlv known remedies, the ' Favorite
Prescription" ami the "'(iolih-n Medical
Discovery." Pr. I'ieice, Ilk
who have dealings with the lmhli
( knows that the onlv way to sell oods
' is to let the people know that you have
j them to pell. A merchant ini'uht have
t the finest line of poods in the world
1 and at the ri;;ht prices, hut if he did
not let the people know about them
those poods wouid stay rij;ht on m
; shelve. And it is so with the patent
medicine business. The proprietor must
let the peonle know that he has a remedy
which will accomplish certain n suits',
that he is prepnrtd t j;ivc them care
ful and scientific treatment bvmail and
, the terms on which he will do so.
, Then those who need his sen ices will
' po to him. They can't be reached any
: other way. Then why condemn the
I man who advertises a cure any more
i than the man who advertises a necktie'.1
l!ut there is another point about this
business of advertising. Fake adver
tisement iniiv carry a business for a
time but not or loin;. Lincoln used to
say that you could not fool all the.
people all the tune, that has been i
jiroved many times. A business which,
like Pr. j'ieree's, has stood the test of j
nearly -K) years, which has borne the !
brunt of liiany an attack directed bv ;
ignorance or malice, could not have :
reached its present mammoth pro- '
portions on misrepresentation or lake j
advertisements. There must be some- i
thing more than that as its foundation, j
There mu.-t be honor and hoiiestv in I
dealing with the public ; i !se there "will I
The Fierce Keniedie were among j
those which a certain prominent jour
nal recently charged not to be what
they were alvenised to be. Hut nn !
immediate libel suit for JO'UKiO '
brought by Pr. Fierce led to a tpteuy j
retraction of thu chargw. " !
vvUf t4 50 YEARS'
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Anrrmn anndtna: a aketch nni rlpsrrlrllon m
qiil'-Kiy HHi-Hrinin f-nr cii'ini'iii fr-e wlmilii-r itit
liiTfni inn i. prohahlf ruteiilHblrt. ( i.riifinmti'a
ItnlianiricllyciilillitflinKl. lliuiillxmk on I ili.:
hih fiH. ui'lst nurnt f tar iK-uririK piuhiiih.
I'iK-nt t.ikon tlimuirh Mulin 6l Co. rucvlva
$prruU rt'itUc, wllhoul cliirifb, lu tlio
A hanilome!7 IlloalmOxl wwklr. Tureinl oir.
riilatuiii ef a"T i li iitiUi Jciirr.al. 'I itiii". t a
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CASTOR I A
For Inbints and Cliildren.
h ' ,ei' tssva
I i W lk-
, r.ii!!!i-,:i;i i-i
Iti They Are l.uentnt by
Trior to the nlueteentli century navi
gation, except on the likh m'm. wa
tmiluly that of the Irish pilot wf0
claimed to know- all the rock In tli
Uailmr. "An Uiciv'n wan f thhu!"
said lie a he struek.
t'n approaching laud one neeiN to
'mow how rat' hi' I from the lighthouse
r hiMdlaud hi slv'ht. rrliiukulaiioii
tell him. Two point on laud heilij;
taken lor the hast of the ti lauule. Unci
from these points, representing the
tit her two sides of the triangle, are
drawn until tliev Intersect. That nnex
'of the triangle will le the point where
the ol'scrver Is. Then t' dlsl.niee
: from his point to the land can he easily
j The m.ilitlliie wars under Napoleoil
I disclosed the daii".erius .;iioi aiiee of
J Trench mariners al'out their own mm-
foa-l. Treuell vessels were mi;. oh' to
hreal. or run their enemies' blockade.
After peace was e-.l.i hlishrd 1 1 ji n -temps
p.caiipro was appoiuled as the
oriMiii.or and thief of corps of engi
neers to chart the whole- coast of
Trance. His work was so well done
that the other naval powers h istened
to chart their own coasts neeorillu;; to
'ITie head of a rock may easily escape
ordinary soundings, or lie between
soitiiii.uv;s. noli eoveit-u oy icn or ,
more feet of water and unmarked by
or breakers. It Is hard to find, j
when known It Is hard to get
MUiud.miM. The .lead may tilde over j
It. so that even In well surveyed waters ,
Home unlucky ship out of hundred .
passim; there may "tlnd I in rH-k I
Its keel." :
Croups if buoys with grappling Irons j
are lashed together In louy; swis-plui:
lines ii nd sunk behind the small sound- 1
Iinr toil until (hey touch bottom, and
are then towed unlil they strike a!
rock. In calm weather rocks and reefs
may be seen at great depths from great
heights In halloo. is. F.xen after a roe1; '
has been discovered, its depth and p-
sltion must be precisely ascertained.
Fishermen, too. help make known
these uncharted rocks, reward lelic;
offered for nil new one discovered.
Finland, the Fulled States. Spain,
Italy and oilier in.irMiiiie nation have
adopted Trench method. .Japan for
year has devou-d to the subject It
Usual mlniite. t ru-l worlhy and master
fill slnly, but has imitated the T.ullsli
crowded' and co.i plicated chart rather'
than the artN:v execicimi of th
Trem h. New o. U I ribunc
Tollrl T let.
In the -New Woii I of W ords." 17'-.
"toilet" I detiiii-d as "a kind of Tahltw
clolh or carpet made of Hue I.inneu.
Sulla. Velvpt or Tissue, spread upon n
Table In a T.o.l I'liiiiiiU'r where Ter
sons of (.Hialily dress themselves; a ;
Pressing cloth." A similar detlnllloti
I given In T..iihv's dictionary. Tht
origin of the word is curious, for 't- ;
grave has: .e Toilette,' '.V toylet.
t!ie stun which drapers lay about their
cloths; also a hag to put nl'.'lltcovvus
In.'" In the -Kapo or the l.ock." 1,
"toilet" seems used for the tabl
and if i contents: j
An 1 now. iinvi-li tl. thr toilet Maml J!--r'ayM.
Eai h uiiver vn.-'- m in.-.Mlc or.li-r laid. ,
' - Note and tJuerleH.
(.hint TioiimIo riant.
The largest tomato plant in the
world are found in f'alifornia. (me
grower has thn-e plant which have
reached a length of thirty feet. In
tn roe month from the time the seeds
were planted the vine had ti imbed to
the tul of a twenty foot, trellis. The
trunk of these plants, say What to
Ivit. are one and a half Inches lu di
ameter and the foliatr-1 I thick
luxuriant. Fimrmou itianlll ies of to
rn i bs-s have been picked from them
und the fruit I of unusual size, pos
sessing an extraordinary line flavor.
I. It VII.
I.nvit may be blown Into opaiplo bot
tles of gossamer lightness, und the
harder sort niaken a beautiful green
clasn of half tho weight ami double the
Htrenutb of ordinary glass. Hut It 1h
not alwiiys the same. Kvery volcano
,our. our It ovvir specmi orauu
molten mixture, disagreeable to wait
Oil, our Komenmesi j iciuhik jiiti:iuu
products, a ptrmlct stone. I.ava. Ilka
ii !.!!, . i, ........ t,.u.. u uti.ler thp touch
the fertile plain of Sicily
"What I want." Kuid the young man
"i to get ruarrhsl and tare a ptacf- j
fill, quiet Immn." j
"'ell." Hald Farmer ComtOHHel. I
"sometime it work that way. and I
then again noinotlinos It'ss like- Jolnln j
a debatixi' Hoclety." WiiHhlngtoii Rtar.
what inakeH the cheerie smell
"The prfK-ess by which It was turt'd, j
I preHiime." j
After noun moments of profound
cogitation. "Turin, what would It buil-II
like If It hadn't been cure IV"
A f'hanre For Home l.otl y .
"Very utrunge. Isn't It. about
story of Adam and Eve?"
"Why. tin far na I know, it hasn't
been worked up Into a historical novel."
InJiirleM of I. If.
Tlio Injuries of life If rightly linpror.
ed will be ti us as thp strokes of the
statuary on his marble, forming ns to
a more beautiful shape and making u
fitter to nil mi the heiivenlv tiniile.-
The wise prove nil'' th" fool sh coin
fuss bv their conduct that 11 IH'e of em
plnymeu Is the only life wor'h Imi1
bl" Tn lev
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p.f'.in You Puii.h.isn Any 0"n-r Vi ltd
THE fl:V HOMt StWISO MAC -list COMPART I
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lrx i-l ,;inv Ivit I'-- i- I '.:n " i . 'i ml i
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The ?te ft mm Sewing Machine Co. i
WIESTHRN STA(1I: LINl:
Ollice at tli
Mercantile Cui.i juitiv V
St or I.akeview, On gun.
(lood .Stock ... I'.nsy Conihi
Pailv (roiu l.akeview to lily, connect
ing nilli Paily Stage to the railroad.
V.. CASI:l5i:f;k. - - Proprietor
I'd V, ( Ireon.
Northern Stage Line.
A. l BRYAN. Proprietor.
I.eavcri l.akeview at f a. in.
every tlay but Siiiulny.
Jtetlirning, leaves Taislev
at H in every lay bit
I'MMltgrrc' mrt $j. Koesd Irlp I .
'fFKK I'.ioniiilil A Wirwrti-M'a. ,.k.-vli
Laksview Cigar Factory
1 lav-ana and
I rti. stic Cigars
CO"7UV OUIlKKH HLI'ITI.I
liivt- lu u trial. Store in the brick
btlild'tikT nest door to Tost tV King ha
loon, -hkeview. Oregon.
31 Ii- M . Ai.i. von i'.k, I'roprietor,
1 F.uUdinii I la Ileen Enlarged
1 To AeeomoilMtu a Fargo Trade
I I lining Service
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NKW FIN 10 CKKKK,
A Chance for Speculators. !
S('H(M)I. LAND. 20 acreH of IbvoI
unimproved rtgricultnral land for Hale
,..a. Diseription ; SW1,, Sj
j jj H,i NWIV of
SK.'j, Section 10,
ii.,oii s iv. rj v.. . at. inn in m
desirable picA-e of land, located in iohu
' ljk valley and will make dome man a
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I! yu r.re t).l.KH. ol orKunlali.K a
Htock t'Otnpilliy He mr IK'W HillilpleH
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of .til Street engraved Htock eertill-
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School Days Over-
Your Hi hool eouiHe I (Inlrthcd. W hut are you R-olng; to do now?
Are you 01 f 1 he viint majority who end I loir hi hool iIi.vhIii the coin-
moil hcIi'ooIh? If ynii nre we want your n I tent Ion for a few 111 1 11 lit oh.
You mil vret a hlulu r education, 'any kind you want IiiihIiicmh, tecli
ideal or general ll Imut leaving: home, wll bout, giving; up your work fur
a Mingle ihi.v, without spending mote t linn, you enu easily iilford.
Do von vvnnl to know how?
Tin' pbin Is very wimple. liiHtend of Hpendlntr your day at a denk, re
elllnic your li H-onsi'to a tein her lu a big brick building, you ncpnre you
lesHoiiMiit home, from our out lines, write t he n citation, nml hcihI It to UH
by niiiil for correction.
It I nil done lu voiir spare hour. You nre not tied to any net hour
for reiitiit ion. You pay a coinpuriil Ively Mtuall mini, und for this wo
fiirniHh text books, examination
paper, and eoiiipeleut Iiihi rtict Ion
unt II your course Is completed.
Your dully work does not Inter
fere with your studies You can
1 am w bile V oil learn.
If toil Wan1 10 know inure about
1 ur p an. w i ll. our mime 011 I lie
iillpon too i 011I and lliall lo us.
You rii-k ' nlhiiiL' but I he price of a
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Nothing can tvef Mifpass Jt
iti MP-nu .ir.
A Perfect l or All Throat ami
Cure : I-ntiK Troubles.
Mont) bock if it Mil. I rll Uottl fr.
A tluarnntccd Cure for Tllr.
Itching, blind, bleeding or Frolrnd
tig Files. I iriiv.'yit) reluml money il
FAD ulNTMl NT lail to hith any
case, no mailer d how long flAiiding, in
' Ii to 11 day. I iret application j,'ive
ei-e and icst, .Vic. If your druggiht
li.e-n'l it im-ii'I ode in stamp and it will
be (orw allied postpaid by Fitris Med
i I'.i,, St Foiiis, Mo,
'I'he Wnll street line til enxritved
i ci t lliente nl .s'lni k ami Fund blnnk
111 the F.X.'llullier ollice. New WVlllple
bunk received Monday evening. If
you w ont stuck cerl llicntert nee mtr
Hill t il I I M illl' ll.i'1 '-I. tf
i WAN'li'.H; -IHntriet M iiimu ers to
post hitens, ad v ert Ise und distribute
uinplcM. Sulery tls.iH) weekly, f:i.00
per biy, fur epcni',t. State age ami
present employment 1 1 FA I . SI 1 1 lAlt
'CO, II'.I lialidolph St., Chicago. .Intl.
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'Keep off (ioo.se Lake."
"Or use Tin irnt ihi'm Fiivuiitc t 'renin
or chapped und red hkiu."
1 r lug: pre;ini( ions hIiiij ly devol.
npdry ciiliinii ; Uu-y dry up tli" s.-.-n tionit,
which ailii-re to tlio nii'inl i une ' iii ilei'om.
pohn, ciinsing a fur nn ire hi man. 1 loiihlo than
tlio ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry.
ing inhalaiita, fiinK-, iiiiekcti and kinillH
und iihu Hint which licmiK.-H, met In ami
In iiI. Fly'i. ( 'ream Fivliu m such a remedy
and will eura cuturi h or cold in tho Imud
i-iiHily and ph ai.milly. A trial sin will bs
mailed for lUceuls. All dreggiht Kcll tha
ellc. hizii. Kly F.rotliorit, fa! Warrtiu SI., N.Y.
I Tho Fhdiu curia without puin, ilo-ii unt
irrl,uUj t.aWm H1,ofl.ill(. ,'t ,.1,rVadli itif
ovtr ua irrituted und ungry aurfiire, rulier.
inir iuniKsliittuly thu itinful intluiiiiniition.
itU ,,ly.K JrBm' lMm y(Ml ur0 arui0ll
ugaiuht haaul Catarrh and liuy Tovcr.
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