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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1907)
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I1I11I b.iii'K Willi price lint. If yoti
lire iirjiitnl.lnu n hIihh rniiipimy K''t
our prices nil Mloi'k riTl lllt'illi'M. If
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liii it. tr.iu c ill tln ti'Hiiinitiiiii iif
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ough iiiv i-iu'iit inn ' I ll dire, purlieu-
hiily wiili 11 ' v in iiiTiTliuiiinK I lit
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is richly weighted
formation O l almost 1'VcrV
comri valilc sttljcct .'mil is a
lliai'Vi llotis repository ol '
facts, fi-tii cs and evcloncdie I
. '. " . . . I
knowledge well tllll 111- ;
dispelisalfle to every one who
, . .
rc.cr to recent!
political or rcn-
Within its covers may he
found Kl,(Hl(l facts and fig
ures, embracing almost al
most every snhjeet of daily
It is the one hook that
tells you something ahout
everything and everything
ahoi't a reat man' things
Over ()(() paes, strongly
hound in an illuminated cov
er, Now 0.1 sale all over the
Tinted States for L" cents.
Madcd (o any .address for
Ilf cents I13' the Press Pub
lishing Conijiany, New York
TMIIIKH l..t!ll) KOTK'K.
United Htnten Land Olllce, Lafeo
tIihv, Oregon, Novemlier 22, 1!HH.
N uticv in hereby givon that in com
pliiinco with the provisions of tho act
of CotirnHH of Junu .1, 1H78, entitled,
".u act for the Sulo of Timber Lauds
In the Stntt'8 of California, Oregon,
Nevadu mul WiinhitiKtou Territory,"
ah extended to all tlio Public Laud
Htiiluti by act of AutfiiHt 4, 1H02, Kate
(). OkIu, of Kluimttii Ful In, county of
Klamath, tuto of Oregon, ban llloil iu
thin olllco her Hworu ututcmeut No,
:HWi2, for the purchimo of the NW4'
KW'4 an.! KW; NV.'4' Soc, 35, tp. 34,
H., ll 17 K., W. M.., aniirwill offer
proof to dhow that tho laud sought la
more vuluable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purpoHen, and to
itHtablish her claim to said laud before
County Judge of Klamath county, at
his otllclnl place of buuineBa at Kla
math Fullri, Oregon, on Monday, tho
4th day of Februury, 1007.
Bbe nainoHiiH witueHHos: J. II . Horn
ing, Kobeit CaHoy, Chaa. JI. Duseu
bery, A. O. Horning all of Klamath
Auy and all perilous claiming ad
versely the above doner 1 bed lands are
mpun.tod to (he their claims iu this
ottlco on or before aula 4th day of
48 J. N. Watson, Register.
LIllllliM III lilt , ExHIIlilll'l
j Tin MxHiiiiin-r iriiiin i" in-lilp i)h'h,
I hik! iinikfn litem 1 nl'j linik li"nlir. If
l.'K.k lit lllti 'll" I t I i I'lllH lf 'III llllhl
liiitfl with Tin' Kxsimii it this week" fur
mile, mill fi'lcrl yntir piece before it lni
liecn ikiIiI to muni' 1 1 1 ? e'c. If
f-'llllllll'M of t tie Ii'IIIImiiII hlpplne;
In;: 'it The I'.iiiiiIiht ollit'f. All
1 hU"m iiikI iilnllt 1cm, frulil Miilillil In
I IlillllKM llir lllllll (roo-, lii rrii .M."l-.
HI... I.. . - t ' I - I li .
timber Imiil final prim's and bhuik Kid
llrtvitH f 1 r Hilli''Ht ilillH fill rfllilviTllHf
j tut-11 1 n . blank wiIiu'ih' alliiln it, ft.' h!
j 'Jim Kxalliilicr nlli e. If
I 'I'liiTt' In two WM.VH to tell ll J.'llOl
1 'lK'ir; niie Is In buy It, pity your
1 iiioiwi.v 11 tit I Hiiioki It. I'.ut. t lit' ll tcr
I way l.i to know Hint it m 1111 r.ujjlf
I n M ti)ii 1 11I it ISow, which in nlifo-
llllf 1 1 lliof llf 1 1 M K'" ') ' llflM-HK.
Mmli' iitnl for niiIi- I v A.
at 1 1n- Hunr fnt'lory. tf
Wo art- now irciHritl Vi ffll hi.vithI
triictH of Ihii'I tit ptit i'M tliut will Htarlli'
yoti, i'f'( inlly if you ri; ni''iinititfi
with tin liM'tttioti. H i- luivt' IiumI nil tin
wny from f I ..V) ht uiti- ti to flr; tin-
j lni.rovi' I or lui.n,veil, to nut tin
j .iin liiiMt r. mUi- 'utility MxnmiiK'r.t
j Si- 11 Mil 111 pl of t lit 1'iu'llic liioutly
jut t IiIh olllt'i', mill yoti will not Ii h1
j tali- to pay f.MI for 11 yi-itr'M hiiIi-
Hi'lptlon to Tin1 r.xatnliit-r ami thai
J viiltmlili' Mfiyii7lin' piilillMlifi) In rort
I'aniMTH, have yur liiit t-r wrnp
; pern jirlntfil at Tin Kxainltii- olllw,
ItiHtt'inl of Kt tiiliiiy; away for thrill,
j You kii'p your iiiotn-y at lioinr, atnl
pat rotilzi' t lit-111 that patroiii.t- you,
I Im'mIiIi'h, you wf what you art' ifct
i HiiK ami tloti't liavt-to pay for It If
I It tliM-Hii't Milt you. tf
1 If uny KtiliMcrilM-r of the Mxamliicr j
I wIhIion to Htilmcrlliofor "Tom wnt-J
'noii'h .Miirfizliu-," we will accept I..t)t
! from tlii'in, write the Ivtter, hny the
! poMtal order nml Heml fur the iiinn. I
r.ine to any addreHM. There Ih hut
one nrlie 011 "Tom watHtm.H Mairn-
tw," mul we 1)0 not cluli with it,
,,"t UH mttT accomodation to
SuliHcrilH-rH tti t he Kxiininer we run
Kt.t t.m tlll. maui,,,. without any
trouble or riwk to them for the ngn-
inr price. tr.
Elvs Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Clve Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cliiiiiixes, Hootht'H, hi'ulii, and protects tit
tlisruwd iiieiuhriiiin. It cures Catarrh mul
iiI'iv-ch away n Cuhl in tin' llttiid tpiicklv
l.cstoirM Iho Senses of Tiisfe nud tem ll
Ijk-y ;ne. laintuins no ii.jitrimin drills
Aim 'lied into tho n.trils und ah.Mirbcil
li'tr-n Sir", r0 ccnU at Prii,'Kist or bv
mull ; I rial Mzo, 10 touts by uuia..
ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warren St., New Yom.
1 ho Oregon, California & Nevada
Llveatock 1'rotoctlve Aatnidatlun
will give KHH) ltewnrd for tho eon
vk'tlon of auy party or parties uteal-
Ing horacH, cattlo or mulea belonging
to any of tho following members of
thin Association: -
Cox & Clark, Chewacan f.nnd &
Cattlo Co., Heryford liiind & Cattle
Co., Lake County Land & Livestock
Co., Warner Valley Ntock Co., Ueo.
W. Mopes, Win V. Ilrown. Ueo. M.
Jones, (Jeo. llnnklns, 8. It. Chandler,
.1. C. Dodson, C. A. Hehart, N. Kino,
TIioh. Itutton, V. A. Currier, Frank
H. Ba tiers, J. C. llotchklss, Calder
wood liros.. T. J. liruttaln & Sons.
James M. Moon', A. I). Cecil, T. A.
Crump, W. Z. Moss.
Cressler & ltouner, W. T. Cressler
Acty it Ollhani, 11111 & Tone.v.
llf 11 I I II I IU
rifi.i, i-i.j I iiftin r mill, i n-Hiii t
ur i u I'.iin . ,., ,,.... t..,- . ...
I a-, in. utii.i. tr, to-v ix. 1 l Vltrj.
1 W. I. IlEitvroitn
W11 print t' 11 "hip !n1
Dutch 1 1 1 f It'll III III'1
FlNANCK C()M.l' M. (IKKKN
18. 11. CilANUI.KH
f W. ,UM II
f ukMlr w , Ore
LAKE 01NIY VnmVy YlcYS
If yoti wixh Information n on
Iwikf (,'otmty, Orff'on MtltlrcHH illi-
T of till' nliOVI! front IfMi;ri, wlio will
In; jiIcaHctl to r'ly.
Tin' (It-Hi KiiiiiIi.v In I'lifli month.
pri'llt'lllllK lit I'llloll H' llOol llOIIHI' at
II A. M. AmIiIi- from IIiIh pri'iu liitiK
cvi ry Siinilay ntll A. M. nml "'V
V. M. it l-aki'vli'W.
Sumlay St hool at In A. St.
I rwiw at :.'!.
I'niyi'i iin-n im; 'I'lmiHilny 7: I. M.
l.allfM A hi Wi'itiii-ciliiy
Choir prat'tiri' I rhlay 7;:!tl.
A t onllal 1 1, 11 at Ion x I'Xtcrifli'tl to
A. .1. Artiifiroiu I'iMtor,
Deafness Cannot be Cured
l.y lociil iipjilit'iitiotiH, 11 h liny cannot
rt'iii'li llif tlirftifitl pi llion of the i'iir.
'I'Ihto in only out! wny to euro cli-nfiiifhii
nml tlint U ly niiiMt ittitiontil rirnf
ilifM. I)t'iifii'hH In rnuxivl I y on infl.tin-
III coiKlitioti of th: tiiiicoiiit liulnK of
t in) IliiHttii'hiiiti Tul'f. S Inn thin tul.ii
Ih iiithiini'il you Iimvi-a tiiinl. linK Houml
or iitipiTfi'ct lii'iiriittf, unit hcn it in
I'lillrt'ly rltiHi'il, Dt af ih'm Ih the remilt,
nml uiih hH tho iulliiiiinii.t inn run he
tnki'ti out and thin tuho n-Htorwl to
itn not mill comiition, lu iirinK w ill i:
ilfMroyril fon-vt-r; nino rnw'H out of
Ifii ar cniini'tl liy Catarrh, which in
iiothitiK hut an Inlliinii-.l comlitioti of
tln inucoun Hiirfnci'H.
Wo will io Oih Humlrt'il IJoIIhih
for any rami of ilfiiftii'Hn (canwtl tiy
catarrh) that cannot ho cured hy
1 lull's Catarrh C'uro. Kt-nl for circu
larn free. 1". J. Cheney &. Co.,
KoM hy PruK'intn, 1"c.
Take IImII'h Fam'ly I'illn for count i
Ttte Leading Paper of v,e
Tri" Sun Francisco
The Weekly Chronicle
The very boat wakly Navsptper
p'-tbitahsd to th matin Wut.
$1.50 a Year
Iv-l.i ',,. laMtafT W ar -t of th
i i .1 -x m Un, Cauda auj aiauru
i! ix b't bocauae, bosidisi
pnn':n all Iha newt of the world
e-.n w8-k In an Interoitlnj way
ai d tulljr liiuatratln; many
.irM-ei. it Kaa apeoial daparv
rr. n a c.e voted to
Thj are prealded crer ky
f d tors havlnj a thorough knowi
eL'j of their apeoiaitlos. The
pagpj devoted to Agr culture,
Hoiticu tura, Poultry and Live
Stock an well Illustrated and
fi led with matter of the greatest
tntemt to all engaged In these
Industries, every Ho being
written by those who art In close
touch with conditions prrva'!!- r
on IM '""or "t.
f :' v A v rL3 GOT"?
i ill iroo.
-1 u e
Wi ':-2 t2-
Inc. '. . ' " ".n io .c
'n iia ooi.... !.., ...tp, with ail
eta In true )ortloa. the tn-D.-e
surface ( lh Earth m tha
Sand 3 aa ttts Mas sad
'"Va-kiy ChranMa tor cm year.
ouar arapsia 9m ataa aai
The Dairy end Map
Only $aS a Yesr
Robertlna rives what every woman
most dealrea perfect complexion.
It brings that soft, amooth, fresh,
clear tint to the cheek that denotes
youthfulneiut. It will bring- beauty
to those who tack It; It will retain
It for those who already possesa It;
It will enable you to successfully
combat the ravages of weather and
time. Don't doubt don't argue. Just
try Robertlne. Your druggist will
give you a free sample. All drug
gists keep Robertlne.
II. V I.. Hlrlnn
liltft I w, Ore ,
S. V. AMLSTRO'M,
The best VfHii-rrit.-il
die on the market.
& Aim 11 roniplol" line of whkoii
titiKKy tiirni'HH, whtpir
jtilrlH, rofetti M, In fart t'very
thltij? in the line of carrlnu"
and borne juriilHhlnh. I!e
pairing by cornietetit men.
ERECTED IN 1900
For C0.in ERCIA
F P LK1HT
LIGHT &. HARROW, Propnetorn
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the followingbarga''- priceson on the leading magae
zines of the country Just in order to secure your
No. 1. Two Magazines for the price
Tha Home Magazine... 100 hnth One mJ
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Success $ 1 .00 nnn anfv r-v
The Home Magazine... 1 .00 thrCC OneQ O
The Reader 3.00" YearU.WW
N0.3. Four flagazines for $2.00
Success 1. 00 11
McCall'sMagazine. .. 50
American Bov ... i.OO
The HomeMagazine.. 1.00
Cosmopolitan 1.00 oneCDQ
Review of Revsews... 3.00-f-- year CDO.vJW
The Home Magazine l.OO1"1
SPKCIAL Tho above coiablnatlonsare aome of the best ever offered to the
public. The Success is the best seueral mouthly magazine published. Me
t'nll's Magazine Is the In'st fashion magazine. Madame Is now tho best
hinh-grnde woman's monthly published, and the American Boy Is the best
In Its class. Think of It four magazines one for each member of the fam
ily, $3,50 worth for f'J.00, provided you send your order at once.
Special Agents wanted to securesubscribers toHa
dame. Send for our free catalogue.
Central Magazine Agency
Box 320, Indianapolis, U. S. A,
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
United States Land Office, Lakeview
Oregon, November 22, 19W5.
Notice is hereby given that iu coin-
phance with the provisions of the act i
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled, I
"An act for the Sale of Timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Publio Land
states by act of Auguts 4, 1802, Mary
M. Clopton, of Klamath Falls, county
of Klamath, state of Oregon, has tiled
in this office nor sworn Btatemeut No
S13.,.?r l,h.e Ju,rfif,! , ?,f th,e.
proof, to show that the laud Bought is
more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to 1 combined with the best blood purl
establish his claim to said land before I .,,, .,..., .n..i ....
County Clerk of Klamath county, at !
his onicial place of business at Kla-1
math Falls, Oregon, oh Monday, the
4th day of February, 1907.
He names as witnesses : James Mon
gold, John lirett, Kate Clopton, Har
ry Peltz all of Klamath Fulls, Oregon.
Auy and all persons claim g
adversely the above-described Innsp
are requested to tile their claims iu
this ofiice on or before said 4th day of
48 J. N. Watson, Register.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
wltb.ILOCAL A IT LIGATIONS, as
they cannot Ireacn the soat o! th
.,inap Catarrh Is n. l.lon.l nr enn
dlfeae Catarrh 8 a Mood or cou-
stitutlonal disease, and ia order to
cure It yon must take internal remi
dies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken
internally, and acta directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is not a nuack medicine.
It was-prescribed by ono of the best
' regular prescription. It Is
composed of the best tonics known.
flera, acting directly on the mucous
surfaces. 1 he perfect comlilnatlon
of the two lugredients Is what pro
duces such wouderful results in cur
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,
Sold by all Druggists, price 73c.
Take Hall.s Eamljy Fills for coa-stlpatlon.
HIS GRfclAT SERVICE.
An lltlrllti nf th Urnrromttf 4
Ibe K.ldp llanina.
rn:nn, per' when mnnnjrpr of tti
ThiMtro IIlBtorliptfl win contlnunlly
tiul'in tho Influence of the tempera
ture on the nale of ticket. nt least, lis
eetned to do no. In fact, this aeetuln
intorext In the allowing of the ther
mometer wns, like no many other nrf!
of hK notliinit but nn exprettnltn of It 1
praverhlnl klnilin" i of hla heart.
One day iMiimn hnipened to m.'-i !
inn old friend whom h hud not Ht-c I
I for thirty ye:iri. "Where are yoti Rti:i t
to (line tonight?" he itt);ft t!i" frlcu.L
"Tonlsht I hIiiiII dine ii'iwiierp. ra
"Oil. no," Mid Inttnns; "yoti nrr? ml
tn;'.Mi. Von will iliti' .h me." He
le I the frlen.l Info h.t home tind save
him the upper phiee lit h! taiIe. The
poor man hid not irid stit-li n llnner
for lo-isr time, t'u l lnt.ii.; when re
tiring hit h, - ;;:.!; i'ii'. i ii'Ler the
cofTfi; Raid. "It is a I ;atler of cotli'se
that I expect yoti toumrrir.v nt the
The friend came th-' next tlity. r. lid
the day filler thi. n'l.I s o:i for tea
year i;p t' h!4 u ata. One ihsy, how
ever, he tuld I ina.'i;i that in he was
eating bread he tli'I n-.t e.irn this ar
rangement coulil tint critiliite. "If I
am not able honestly t earn my meals
I shall not come nahi. Tell me In
what way I ran te of service to you."
Iiutnas thought a moment; then he
saltl: Voti 'an do me a fc-rent favor.
Yon may go to the new bridge every
day and take the temperature by Che
valier's thermometer. The tempera
ture, you must know. Is of great mo
ment In the matter of the sale of tick
ets. Could you do this?"
The poor fellow answered affirma
tively and from that time on reported
to Immns every day. "At noon the
-thermometer showed so and so mnrry
deirrees in the shade." And Iramns.
who of course did not care In the leant
about the temperature, replied with tl
same regularity: "I am very mi"
obliged. If you only knew wha'.
service you are doing me!" Harp
THE GOLDEN RULE OFTHF.T
Three things to be pure. Just and
Three tblntrs to lire courage, affec
tion and gentleness.
Three things to govern temper,
ton.ue and conduct.
Three things for which to fight hoa
or, home and country. ,
Three things to cherish the true, tha
beautiful and the good.
Three things about which to think
life, death and eternity.
Three things to commend thrift, lav
dustry and promptness.
Three things to despise cruelty, ar
rogance and ingratitude.
Three things to love the wise, tha
virtuous and tha Innocent
Three things for which to wish
health, friends and contentment
Three things to admiro dignit!.
gracefulness and Intellectual power.
Three things to attain goodness of
heart Integrity of purpose and cheer
fulness of disposition. Leadership.
Puarnaritr of Rata.
A glove manufacturer took from a
cabinet a handsome pair of browa
gloves. "These gloves are made of
ratskln," he said. "They look well at
first glance, but examine them care
fully. Look into the skin. The skla
though soft and fine, revealed on clan'
examination a great many cuts ar:(
scars and scratches. None of thes
went quite through. Nevertheless the
effeet was to weaken the gloves great
ly. "Those cuts and sears," said the
manufacturer, "are what bar ratskln
out of glovemaking. You never getJ
6kln without them; hence you tan't
turn the damaged skin Into a good
glove. Itats fight so much that they
become nt an early age a mass of
scars. Their torn hides' are of no usa
London's First Balloon Ascent.
When I.uuardi made the first ballooa
ascent from London in 1784 he had for
fellow passengers a cat, a dog and a
pigeon. Such was the excitement caus
ed by th.s ascent that a Jury, deliber
ating on the fate of a criminal, return
ed a hasty verdict of acquittal In order
not to miss the spectacle, while King
George III. broke up a meeting of bia
council to watch the progress of tha
balloon. It was In the following year.
17&3, th-tt an adventurous Dublin ua
dergrai'uite. Mr. Magulre, made a bal
loon ascent and was actually knighted
by the Io-i lieutenant for his courage.
Don . Be a Senaltive riant.
The sit ;itive plant is found In th
church T'.ie pastor has a dllih-ult t!m
keeping l.!m In humor to tlo chmvk
work. Tho sensitive plant is found !
political titcle8. The candidates must
handle hlu with gloves. Tti- sans.tlv
plant Is found In all avenues of hu
man activity. ' Most geueniMy' he U a
nuisance. Don't be one. Columbia
An Awful Iteallxallun.
First Tramp (shudderlug with terror
and clasping his companion's arm)-.
Say, Ike, look at wot that there sign
ays, I wlsht ye would! Second Tramp
Wot sign, Aleck? First Tramp U"y,
that there sign on de big brick bulldln.
It says "Iron wolks," Ike, an' wVv
got Iron In our blood! I wonder Is If
woikin' uow. Chicago News.
A Cravca'a Haven.
Mrs. Hicks (relating burglar scar .
Tea, I heard a noise and got up, n 4
thereunder the bed I saw a man's let a,
Mrs. Wicka Mercy! The burglar
"No; my husband's. lie bad beard the
lilso too." Boston Transcript