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I'niiilly lienor lit I'oMt & KIiikh. II w" Prl"' lnMp
We have n lull H of Myacll-llolllna
& Co'., km iiiilc of Ml (irk t'crtlllcnte
and bonds, wllli price ll-t. If you
ur oiuatilxltitf a xloeli routpituy net
our ir!i'iM on Mtock certificates. If
V,NIT.I: ! iih'H I" each Mnt
tO I I'll Vfl. Mf I "ItfllH, mlVlTllHI' Mllll
len vc kiimiI" m of our KiMiiU. Hnlnry
7.ih f r in. mill f.'l.mi per day for
rxn h IIOYA l sIMTLV CO.;
Ih pi V. AiIiih lllix-k.l'tilcutjco.
Tin" Kxninlncr has received u new
ample Lin k of the Wall Hlreet lit
of I'liuriivt'il ccrtlficatex of Mex-k and
bond blanks, tin- iiiohI up to-date on
tin- market. 1'mmI ami mlorwil by
the l.'Kllnif financier of America.
Op. rallied. Call ami ec them if
von ih-imI anvtliliur In till i I !- tf
Dutch tiMirfi at t Brewery Nn.
blank hi the I'xatnlnci
II. V I,. fttrlnc j
l.iilir w, Ore,
S V. If Aell
The Knmlner print townxlilp plat,
and make iIhmii into lxxikii loorliT. tf
Sample of tin I 'ii n Inori shipping
raifH at Tl' Hxntnhicr office. All
IW'H and (iihIIIIcm, from Manila to
Look at tliu lecnptiinn of tho land
lUtcl ith The Kxmnli er this week for
alc, ami select your piece before it Iih
been Hold to home one e'e, tf
Blanks for Ann I proof, peaert proof
timber land final proofa and liliink affl
davit for applications for readvertim
H'ANTICD: Two men In cni-li roii-i merits, Idank wltnes' affidavits, He. hI
The Kxamincr ofll
nl.v to represent and ad vcrtlnc Hard
war" department, put out wimples
of our irooiU, etc. Traveling I'omU
lou or OlhVe Manager. Salary f'K) per
monlli. cash weekly, with nlle9ticncs
paid In advance. Vc fiirnlnh every
thing. H 1'.'
Tin' Columbia IIouko
Dept. lilO, '2'M "lli Ave ( lilfiixo, 111
vVANTKH: Two nii-ii In each
county to rcpreMent and advertise
llardwi ri Impart incut, put out
antnplc of our jroodn. etc. Travel-
ln I'ohMIoii or tMllce Mnnnircr. Hal
nry I'.MI.itO per month cash weekly,
with all -Xh-iimi-m paid In advance.
We fiirnlMli everything.
T IIH CO MM III A IIOIKK.
Dept. r10, Moiioii, lU.lt?.
The Illinois Central
maintain unexcelled aervleo from the
Vet to the Kant and South. Making
clone conuection with train of all
transcontinental linen, paiwcnyera are
"K ' jYou kivp your money nt home, and
IouiHVille, .Mutnplil ana .ew wrieun,
and throuKh theu point to the far
There In two way to tell a good
cigar; one In to buy It, pay your
iiionay and aiuokelt. Hut tho better
way la to know )Mnt it i nn Kiglc
or a Mountain How, which 1m alMo
Inte proof of Ita gcnuliieucHN,
Made and for Male by A. Ktorkman,
at the cltfiir factory, tf
V are now prepare! t aell aeveral
lra'-ti of land at price that will atartle
you, eKpi( ialljr if you are acuaintd
with the location. We have land all the
way from ft .AO er acre up to f 1 A ; tin
itnproveJ or Improved, to nutt the
pnrchawr. I-akc County Kxaminer.t
V-' a Maniple of tho I'ltcMc inoutly
at thlM olllce, and you will not Iich!
tate to pay f 2.TA) for n yvar' auh
iHlptkm to Tho Kxamincr and that
valuable Mayazlne published In 1'ort-
KanncrM, have yor butter wrap
per printed at The Kxamlne oirice,
. Inntcad of Mending away for them.
patronise them that patronize yon,
lMldcM, you Mee what you nro get
tlnor niul 1on't liivn to nav for It If
IVcpectivo traveler denirin,, infor- t
malion a to tho lowest rates and bet
route, are invited to c.orrepond wlthj lf'lJ' MubncrlWr of tho Kxan.lner
. . wImIicm to MtibMcrllK?for "Tom wnt-
the folio l..K repreaentative. MatltIlie.. we w ncct,pt fl M
15. II. Trumbull, commercial ngoni, . i,ell, write tho letter, buv the
H2 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J. LlndiMiy, Trav Tanaenser
Agent, H2 Third at., Portland, Ore.
I'aul IJ. Thompson raHenger Attent
Cdlu.an Huildinn .Seattle U'afh.
Popular and Plctureaque.
The only thing nece8ary to make the
Denver and Hio Grande the moft pop
ular, a it ha ever been known tho
moat pleaaaiit and moft picturewjue
way to crof the continent, ha come
about. Tlila is the eatabliMinnent of
throuich hvpin? car eervice.
In connection with the O. It. & N. a
through Pullman Standard Sleejier la
now ruu from Portland to Denver, leav
Ing Portland at 8.."i p. m., arriving at
Bait Lake at 8 40 a. in. the second
morning, leaving Knit Lake at 3.50 p.
m. and arriving at Denver 4 20 p. tn. the
following day. Thi ached ule give paa
aengera aeven hour atop-over in Salt
Lake, affording an opportunity to vudt
the Mormon Capital at well a a day
light ride through the grandest scenery
in the world.
For reservation in thi car and for il
lustrated booklets picturing the scenery
contiguous to tho Denver & Rio Grande,
proving it to the 'Scenic Line of the
World," wiito to W. C. McBride, Gen
eral Agent, 124 Third streetPortland.
poHtal order and Mend for the maga
zine to any nddreM. There l but
one price on "Tom vaton,H Mnga-i
tine," and we do not club with it, 1
but aH a matter of accomodation to
SubMcrlbcra to tho Kxainfucr wo can
get them tho magazine without any
trouble or rUk to them for tho regit
lar price. tf.
LAKE COUNTY D'JSiSLSS MtNS'
ff you tvili Inlorrnutiott alou
Inko ('otiiity, Op-gon luMrciuJ cith
er of the iiImiva goiillefiion, who will
m pIoHMcd lo reply.
fl. 12. Clll RCM DIRECTORY.
I'lnn of ci'.v jrn of Paitor of the M. K
Church. LiikcvicM. 1st and 3rd hun
dnyn of ench iti"iih.
ISC del at II i hi. 'sod New Pine
reck at 7 p. 2ml ind 4(h HumUy
of each month '
I.Hkpvli'W a i 11 h tn., and 7 p. Oi.
Prayer meetiiig llni"Uy 7 p.m. Gth
Kundny Union School lloiifw at 11 a. m.
Itkeview at 7 p rn You are cordially
invited to all the ccrvic..
Siaronn Snvdbk, Pastor.
9 V t; 7 c; v r f 1 v V ' c r; p y p
S. F. AHLSTROM,
Notice to Public.
No person or peraons are allowed to
trespasa or pronect on Bction IW,
township 4B, North, Kano 15, West,
on tho California Side of the IIohkuo
Mining District, without first getting
written permission and making con
trnct with J. Monroo layman, Fort
Uidwell, Califoruiii. Any one doing
ao without written authority will be
J. Monroe Layman, 19 24
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way tocuredeafoens
and that la by constitutional reme
die. Deafness 1 caused by an Inflam
ed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube
is inflamed you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed, Deafness is the result,
and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tubo restored to
its normal condition, bearing w ill be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is
nothing but an Inflamed condition of
tho mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hull's Cutarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 1Tc.
Take Hall's Faru'ly Pills for consti
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If You are not Particular
don't travel over the Illinois Central,
as any old road will do you and we dont
want your patronage; but If you are
particular and want the best and mean
to have it, ask the ticket agent to route
you via tho ILLINOIS CENTRAL, the
road that runs through solid vestibule
trains between Ht.Paul, Omaha, Chi;utgo,
6t.Louls, Memphis, and Now Orleaus.
No additional charge Is made for a seat
In our reclining chair cars which are
fitted with lavatories and smocking
rooms, and have a porter in attendance.
Rates via tho ILLINOIS CENTRAL
are the lowest and we will tbe glad to
quote them iu connection with any
B. II. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third Street, Portland Ore.
J. C. Lindsey, T. F. A P. 'A., 142
Third Street, Portland, Ore.
A Mountain of Gold
could not bring ns much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wllke, of Caroline, Wis.,
a did one 2.c box of Bucklln'a Arnica
Salve, when It completely cured a run
ning Mora ou her let;, which had tor
tured her for 23 long years. Greatest
antiseptic healer of Piles, Wounds,
and Sort'M. 2."c nt Lee licall'a Drug
If you contemplate a trip cast call
on or write to ua at Reno. Should
you have friends coming from tho
east you can get Information regard
Ing ratcH, routes, etc., which will la?
to their udrantago and comfort. If
you wish you cau deposit cost of
ticket fvith uh for their passage and
tickets will be furnished them at
their eastern homos. Thin oftice Is
with you and responsible, which
should to an Inducement to commu
nicate with us rather than with those
lu other cities.
II. L. Griffith, Agcut, So. Pac. Co.
J. M. Fultou. District Passenger
Agent, Southern Pacific Co., Reno,
Nasal Catarrh quiokly yield to treat
ment by Ely's Cream iialm, which is agrea
ably aromatio. It i received through the
noatrils, oleanse and heals the whole ur
faca over which it diffuae itself. Druggist
oil the COo. alza t Trial size by mail, 10
cents. Teat it and you are sure to oontinua
To aooommotlnta tkosa who are nartlal
to the use of atomizers in applying liquids
into the nasal passagea for cuturrnal trot
blet, the jiropricl- ra prepare Cream Balm in
liquid form, which '"ill bo known aa Ely's
Liquid Cream Jlnlra. Price including the
nruvina tulia ia 75 cents. Drucrclata or bv
Paul II. Thompson, Frt. A Passenger I nuuh The liquid form embodi the med-
Agent, Colman Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. cunu property or tne somt preparation.
WE WILL TAKE THE RISI
Writ to Ul for fr ample of fin new atyllah trouiorlntr. OIt u II N3k
olmnco to iliow vou-vnhout ny nk to you -Hint wn oaq maka U
t you 0
.v.. ...it ,,.. u,in tli aro nui.tioil tboy will ouat you 0 30. Olliur tallora ak e to 19
1.' ,h, aaiua uluth. Our a if rot) intuit WILU you la (null that lliey luiint (allmy you or you ltaati not
SiViii" y I'lli cloth i aplanilia rad. of Kuirllah dbavlot or uaat. atrluttd Woratttrt.. The
cloth U a fliia (tioua waava, wa uarautaa It nav or to fail a or altriuk. It will kaap I la ahupa aud
ttr'XSZ COtUMBIA WOOLEN MILLS CO. PORTLAND ORECON
Th Leading Paper of Ui
TV San Francisco
The Weekly Chronicle
The very beat veekly Newspaper
published ta the entire West.
$1.50 a Year
InrlurliDa loatara to any rrt of the.
t tiled bUKUudi and Idaiico.
It U best because, besides
printing all the new of the world
eio.l week In an Interesting way
and iully tlluatratlnr many
articles. It has pedal depart
ment j devoted
The best Va(t"f sd.
die on the rnarket.
AImoh coiiiph'tIllirt of wak'hi
zT anl buKKJ barnoss, whtpy.
a. rolx'H rlatia, bits, ptir
J tilrt, rowttf), In fact ext-ry
thlnff In the line of cirrbiKr
hikI horne luraMtvn-. If
pairing by competent men.
USE OF CIVIC LEACJUE
PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY'S VALUE IM
IMFROVINQ A TOWN.
iff II, ,AKKV
ERECTED IN 1900
SeomXow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
Theie ara presided aver by
ed tors having a thorough knowl
edge of their specialties. The
cages devoted to Agr culture,
Horticulture, Poultry and Live
Stock are well tlluatrated and
II ed with matter of the greateat
Interest to ail engaged u these
Industries, ovary lias being
writtrn by those who are In cloa
touch with oondlttona prevailing
on this Coast. t
SEND FOR SAMPLE COPY.
It will bo aeat free.
Do yoa want the Chroaiola
Showing the United States. Do
minion of Canada and Northera
Mixloo oa oa aid. MAP OF
THE WORLD, pre a Hag to view
la ooarinuoua map, with all
areas In trwe pre portion, the a
nro surfaoa ti the Earth m tha
Sand 13 aa4 et tho Map ad
'"Weekly Carootoia' for eoe year,
poetago prepaU May aai
The Dalhr and Map
V iC oJ4
Only t&?5 a Yesr
fl I Wca ,
M, H. TOWftl) t
- aVed( tiFin liK"
Sa Fraaatssa, Cat.
4 Lakeview Furniture Store ?
E. N. JAQUISH, Proprieto.
a WALL PAPER. CARPETS,
T. LINOLEUM, GLASS.
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
Snider Bui ding on water St. 4.
i CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PwCE5 4
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 your
No, 1. Two Magazines for the price
Madame 100 hnth One rr
McCalPs Hagazine 50 UUUI Year&l.UU
No. 2. Three Hagazines for the price
Success. $1.00 . n-N
Madame... 1.00 UHCC - f If 1
The Reader 3.00' icarvw.ww
Noe3. Four Magazines for $2.00
Success ......1.00 0
Boy i.OO fr.a-i YearUl.VJU
Madame 1 .00
Review of Revsews... 3.00
SFECIAL Tha above combinations nre bohih o( thi'lu-nt ever rrril to the
public. The Success la the beat cetierul monthly nuiuHzlne iiiiIiIUIhiI. Mo-
Call's Magazine ta the best fanlilon tuiitiailiif. MikIhuk' now the beat
hlKh-craile woman a monthly publlHhed, himI the American Hoy I the Imki
In ItH class. Think of It four manaslne one for each member of the fam
ily, 3.50 worth for fJ.OO, provided you send your order at once.
Special Agents wanted to securesubscribers to Ha
dame. Send for our free catalogue.
Central Magazine Agency
Box 320, Indianapolis, U. S. A,
Bow Ia Waa ttaHrd) In Jl
' 1 wMr!i bitatf Wark Doaa !
How a town may profit if It has a
' good civic league working for Its Into
)U la shown in the following article;
I Orftnnlzcd )e, than half a year nan
1 the Civic lenfctie of AmbrldRf, pa.t tlie
thriving town. n!m;t city. Jnst across
the line from Ailcrrh'-ny county, la
Beaver county, has already Mken a
strong hold on life, mmle ltelf neorlj
lndl(Hnnnlle to tho .WW or more citi
zens of tin town and hi In f.ilr to rival
the achievement f any trade hody la
western rennnylvnnin In Its own tcrrt
tory. says the MMslmrg D'.xpatrh.
The Idea of an o:c:inl7..itl;ii similar ta
a board of tr;t le In Arabrldge first
came to Uev. A. V . Kinter, a preacher
of tiie town, dbout the beginning of tins
year. He sjolie tj o hers. ntid a smaB
meeting r' :uU' 1, which was Informal
and atteu '.-'d ' y ouly a half doze
prominent till. "in. The mijjsestlon nn
peiied t i all of thou, nnd the project
wns act rn.'.er r-jy at once.
The ptil of tae people, as represent
ed by leaiiius cUlzens, was sounded,
and the proposition looked good to a
preat niajar-ty. Accordingly letters
were mailed to all the business nn4
professional men of the town and ta
the heads of departments In the AmerV
can Bridge co:: pany on Jan. 9. 100ft
calling u i. :ieral meeting a week later.
About ion men appeared at the mee
tag, and the bi:'.neKs of organizing thf
movement r.-M taken up with a rus
that presaf ed results when the body
was In working order. Officers were
elected, a luee'.Uig place named and one
evening every month set aside for meet
Int:1?. In lt bv.rf existence the leagj
has grown coasl-eratdy, and Its mem
bership tr" ni'.p.hers about 150, every
one of v-'j :j 1 laterested In the wel
fare of the body and at all times look
iLg after interests.
. Under the central body of ofneera
the league has a board of directors
i and three separate and distinct depart
ments, which h ive their own officers
and organ za.i :is. The board of di
rectors 1.4 cjii..' ed of the officers eff
the whole ea r:e and the offlcera aad
directors lu i. three department,
making tirea y-one In all. The pla
of the orgau.z-ition of the body la sim
ple after its workings are understood
i and the results already obtained by
j the league ere so gratifying under the
plan that the league could never be
persuaded to change,
j The departments are calltid "munlc
pal affairs." Industrial development"
i and "education, social science and art"
and really correspond to appointed
committee lu o her bodies of similar
purpose. Iljwever, the officers of the
departments are not appointed, but art
elected by U members of the depart
ments themselves, for when a citlzea
is admltte.I to membership be Is givea
choice aa to what department be wl&
enter. Thu.i membership in the league
really means membership In two or
ganization.. Business that comes be
fore the .eague as a whole is referred
to one cf these departments when It
Is deemed advisable to act at alL
The object of the league la not differ
ent from the purpose of other trade
bodies. Its motto, "A higher public
spirit and a better social order," Indi
cates Its ambition, the uplifting of the
i community in which It lives. In its
j brief existence it haa already done
j much good work, and the end is not yet
! Thus far the department of educa
tion, social science and art has dona
the most effective work. For months
the vacant ots In Ambrldge were un
pleasant to look upon and anything but
pleasing to the sense of smell when
the wind blew across them. The league
decided to change this and started ta
work with characteristic energy.
Sinking Its hand down In Its own
treasury, the league drew out some of
the resources of Its Infantile strength,
organized gangs of workmen and put
them to work at cleaning np the town.
It wns general bouse cleaning day la
Ambrldge for certain, and the people
generally, including the none too by
glenically careful workmen In the
mills, took to the Idea, and some of
them helped In the work. Contractor
and builders of the town did their part
by lending wagons, horses and driv
ers. A general day of cleaning was
declared, and the lovers of the vlrtoa
that Is next to godliness rejoiced.
As the amount of dirt waa rre.it, all
of It was Impossible to cart nvay and
burn In one day, and since that event
ful first day the carts and hordes are
atout the streets again ouce :i Tree'
A few cesppoo.s that bad collected
were drained, and now the town la In
good condition. It Is the aim of the
league to teach 1 y campaign of prae-.
tlcal education the foreign wo.l.aie
and their families to bum nil tha
The Industrial development depar.
meut la already l i communication witl
several companies which are alng t
move their present locations, and It I
promised that this department will d
much to Increase the population a
well as the resource of the town,
s The municipal affairs department
was the first to ret Into action, nnd
the members found themselves In ilm
ulilst'of a fierce fl-ht soon after th
i.i era were . elected. There w-u
when the league was oj-tfanhed m.m.r
'Vpeak ciisle:' In and about Auibr'd
and the pro:it from the sale of Hie
llipior was great. The league at our
started for the proprietors of the ft
spots iyid told them to shut np their
shops. The request was declined tX
first, but pressure was brought to bent,
aud when It was seen that the leasut
w;w determined the proprietors cither
moved on or reformed.