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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1907)
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You can carry it alxnit end core for it iu-t at eni!y at a lamp,
lit arts oil font holds 4 rjuarts lurning 9 liourt. I landsomely fin
Ulied in j.'.pan and tii rri. I'.vrry liratrr warranted.
inc ACT1 I 1 w
winter evenings. Steady,
brilliant light to reid, tew or knit by. Made of
brau, nickel plated, latent improved central draft
burner, ('.very lamp warranted. If your dealer can
not tupply Perfection Oil Heater or Kayo Lamp
write our nearest agency for descriptive circular.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
now; 1 1 i uu in ii mi mini a iw I i a tmim i
THE HALL OF FAME.
Andrew ( 'iiriH'tl' linn received the
Order of Uruiii frmii (jtieeii
Willi. Iiiiliui of II. II, in. I.
J. . ('nimnr of Kl iKirml.i, Knn , Iimh
tlie prlutcr'N rule with whli h he
Htnrtiil In oil-Ini h In Plymouth, N.
II., tlft.V t)Vl VIMIW IIJJK.
It In Kill. I Unit l oloiicl V. ('. Green.
hue nlTered $l.'i'.si for the I'lilmar
ejo liilue In I 'lilhuiiliun. Mexico.
joiui ;. i.otiL'ii v of Until, ii. re
cently roiniii out forty ycnrV cn-
llniloiiM er ! ns mi Iron an. I hriiM ;
inolilrr. Hi- in probably tin olili-m
uioMt-r In tli) tnte.
Ma I to Yuen, who recently received!
1 h degree of il-.ct.r of medicine from
tin t'nhi iiiy of lierlln, Ih the llrnt j
Chliiiiiiiiiii to IV' live n degree from n j
Gcrm:ui unl' .f-ftiy. , j
GiNirge Knife "f I "uncord. N. 11., Iim
a walntcoiit wlil.'h. iiltlitHigh sixty
yearn old. Iuih nmilii coiiit Into fnhlin
and will )'oiiiuirc f.ivorul.ly with those .
of totlny. It ii of h.lk velvet with
lirlKht liiittoim. I
I r. I't.rtK tli editor of the 1 1. .hen- I
Jolie memoirs, u ill retire from the
prexldi in of the 1'rotestllllt cousin- i
torluiu of Alsn..- l.onuliie on Oct. 1,1
tlitvllig In. Hired the dNplf 'inure of the
emperor l.y .iilill-liiiii; the memoir.
Iteslile performlm; Ills illltlcH lis pus
tor to ii l-'iilrlldil I Me. i church. Itev.
J. II. IJoIh-I-Ih lias three hllk'e Kardetis
under i llllh ntioii. one lii I'nlrliel.l
and two III Itelil.'ii. Hi' nttelidH to his
iiicrleultiinil cliiM.vs In the early morn-
It Is not known l.y many, even of I
"Mnrse Henry" VYiitterxou'ti most In-!
tliiuite fiietidH, that Kentucky'M fa
inoiiH eilltor chose uu artistic rnreer
'when n hoy. lie wntt aent to Purls l.y
his father to pursue his musical Html
leu under the muster there and
adopted Hie piano. Ho decllneH to
play In puhllc, hut he can pound as
much music out of the piano us the
Ix'Ht of them run.
Sixty .c::oiimii ml hutlorN look to II. A.
Hanbury for ndvlev aud for protec
tion. Mr. Ilanhury U the United
Ktatea atilppliiK commlsaloner for the
port of New York. He la the Bailor'
judge and Jury. The men who Hlgn
on forelgu croft now rnuat appear be
fore htm for their pupera Instead of
going to the coiimuIh of the varlouH
countrlea. He decides all disputed
question! ttetween the men and tbelr
One queer bird of South America
la the oil bird, or guacharo. Tt breeds
In rocky caves on the mainland, and
one of Its favorite haunts la tVo island
of Trinidad. It lays ita ergs lu a neat
made of mud, and the young birds are
prodigiously fat. The natives melt the
fat down In clay pots aud produce
from It a kind of butter. The caves
Inhabited by tho birds are usually ao-
feasible only from the sen, and the
bunting of them In sometimea an ex
"When la a cook like a barterT Wben
he dressea Iinre (hnlr).
When is your mother's dresa like a
cbalr? When It lu sat In.
Who slta before the queen without
removing his bat? Iter coachman.
Why la a dog biting his own tall ilka
a good financier? Itecauae he makes
both enda meet
Wben It coffee like soil? When It Is
Quying the Quileleia.
Funny Man (suihleiily)-it looks like
80 rents, doesn't It?
Innocent (guilelessly -What does?
Kittinr .V in-A nickel and ii ,, -arter.
-IK i ;; i tee Press.
at high you cn there' i no
danger m low at you pleate
thrre'i no mell. Iliat'e
because die tmokelrH device
prevent! tmoke or tmell V
. -in r
mat meant a ur-auy now w
glowing heat for every ounce
of fuel turned in
(Equipped vllh SmokeleM Device)
Mrs. t'pjuhii- I felt really sorry for
f-vir Mrs. IIoierd ke ufterw nrd, hut
she hurt hecu i stin k up lately that I
had to tftke her down n leg.
Mrs. llikii.i"rc lluw did you do It?
Mrs. I'pjohn I happened to know
tin- exii' t sl.e of the legw of her new
dlulni; tahle, and when she was here
yesterday I showed her our dinlnir ta
hle with legs nearly half im larje
again. .You never saw iiiiylssly so mor
tified In your lif. - ''.leago Trlhune.
All In ths Family.
"I supp tse you feel the necessity of
a great dcnl of s.sial activity on the
part of your futility V
"Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox, as tie
laid aside the dally paper, "mother and
the girls hine In he rlicht Industrious to
get complimentary- notices In the) co
clety paces that'll offset the roasting
blllloualreH Kct lu tho uewa,, col
umn." Washington Ktnr.
"I'pon what grounds do you neck a
divorce?" usUed the lawyer whom ahe
had Just retained. "Nonsupport. cru
"Iloth." she cried tearfully. "He
would not support my passionate long
ing for u diamond ue klnce, nud If that
Isn't cruelty. I'd like to know."-Philadelphia
"Are there many mosquitoes around
"Y'oiing man," uuswered Farmer
Cornlosscl. "that's a mighty hard
rpicsloii to answer. They're so big nn'
spry that you can't tell whether
there's a whole lot or ouly a few.
There ain't no time to count Vni."
"Medical skill." sneered my patient,
"cannot save a man from dylne."
"No," I replied. "Sometimes in very
desperate cases It can't even save a
man from dying rich."
In this It was my purpose to allude
cuttingly to the extreme dithVnlty I had
hud In collecting my bill against him.
Heil Get There, Though.
Finished Thermometer You are not
u full Hedged meliilHT of the Order of
Mercury h'lldcrs ut present.
Unfinished Thermometer (whose
measurements for heat are just being
placed on tin glass) No; I haven't
tHken all the degrees yet. Morris
town (I'u.) Times.
Taken In On Way.
pie So you persist In breaking off
She Most decidedly. What do yon
take me for?
He Oh. alsHit forty. Better think
It over; It may Ins your last cbanee.
The One Whenever Hoggs ambles
Into the house, bear eyed, and un
steady, the first thing his wife does
Is to pull dowu the blinds.
The Other I see preparing to give
him a "curtain lecture." Morrtstown
Doctor You must huve aomo change
drat, and then we'll boo what we can
do for you.
Patient -Oh, you needn't tie afraid.
I've got enough chungo to pay your
fee. Philadelphia Press.
"Blxby has given up his Job to de
vote himself entirely to literary work."
Mne must have had aomo atrong en
"Yea, he married a wealthy girl."
Cleveland Pluln Itealer.
"Ah," aighed the old man, gating at
grandfather's clock, "that brings
back memories of my young daysT
"Yes," observed the youthful chap,
"It does look like old times." Harper's
RemlnleeanM af a Notable Thaatrtaal
nrleit Hekry tells a atory that
eatabllshia a new record for refined
malice. The bat previous mark was
filed by the ;;:nprew .Jmep' t ie. n'-.n
amlllngly t.i-l -A n rl n! I
beside hei i i K.'ee i '
aolutely li! : liie .,T
tlm'S blue i
The hero i
la a New t
a grttd;:.' .
In the f.u... - 1 :.i
formnm e I
to p';' ' '
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nnrdo v 'i
of in-It. v
of j-or: i:
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Ic.ko'l llVe n 1m
of biiiie.l :
Iiave rm-M - i
'l ll!'ll!lt (it
.1 'live lieeii cull
If ?.'r. I.ilicy was ho-t with pride.
Ii'ivi'-ev lie met wp'i t'le f" ':-'i!ii
fall. t i :i.e entire pe-.' n-i " e lie
f in -I Ii, ' I.- one line. r ' '.va to
tin I I "
the I. In;:
return i f ll I!ut
s fnKlt g hi i line n-id cut
out the file. After waiting nil evening
In lilt htirdunre shop, Mr. Kehey wns
T!uif pcrf r-ciiiij'-e, given as u testl-
' ,! t . i.
of flie tnwt nrthtlc of
r ii. - ii i ::ers, a'- 'e- '.'al
i' l it in !iiinie:it il .am-
i t' !;
; "IIP" of all Ft.-ir cists.
e ...iiv t'iree rehearsal-1, and
u"ed Hamlet, foresaw
t:op .e, ns up'iirs lu a letter
to I.U daughter N-fore It fell.
I In- :
he . ,
fli i.i 'N c on casting for Horatio tin
ii tor v li't w as aceuatoined to play
v lh bliii. mid saved his own bacon.
If not the play of HhakesiK-are.
lie wns. however, the solitary aur
vlvor. Mr. Kclcey, whose sense of
humor U (kilclouH, Is voluminous In
anecdote of the fatalities. All the
lending theaters lu New York were
01041 In honor of the occasion, and
the actors swelled the crowds on the
stage to hundreds.
IteWolf Hopper woro a costume sev- j
era I sl7.es too small for him, and Mar-1
ahull Wilder dragged about garments
proportionately Inrge. It wns about
the least successful effort either of '
them ever made to conceal the fact
thnt they are born comedians. Th'i
stage, which was of the old kind,
raked bnckwnrd at a terrific angle.
At the burial of Ophelia,- as they
were lowering Mine. Modjeska Into
her grave, Mr. Hopper sank to bis
knees and. wringing his hands, loudly
ai oniied out: "Heaven help her!
They're burying her on the side of n
bill! They're burying her on the side
of a hllir-Snturdny Evening Post..
The Champion Electrio Sign.
The blggent electric sign In the
world Is hung on the Wentern expo
Mire of a building at r'prlug atxl Mac
doiif.rnl streets. New York. Flashing
Its light ncroKM the Hudson, this algu
may be read miles away on the New
Jersey fide, and ho deceptive are Its
dimensions to those In Jersey or the
millions thnt cross the river by day
and night thnt few realize the area
over which the glittering letters are'
distributed. The Initial "H" Is lxty
clght feet high. This approximates
the height of an ordinary live story
building. The hinaller letters com
pleting the word are fifty feet high,
each letter covering on a perpendicu
lar line at least four ordinary stories.
The letters are five feet wide, and a
full grown man could almost He down
between the edges. About 1.4(H) elec
tric lights are used for the Illumina
tion this approximating the number
of lights used lu the entire Illumina
tion of many small towns. It requires
practically all the time of one man to
replace the burned out lamps, and It
Is Interesting to watch him as he
works ii'khi his swinging scaffold,
hundreds of feet lu the air at times.
New York Tost.
A New Problem.
It la reported that more than 1.000
Hindoos have crossed the Canadian
border Into the state of Washington
recently and have become competitors
In the labor market of the state. Men
of their race, who present a strange
and curious type to most Americans,
may be seen at work now on the rail
roads of California. They are made
conspicuous even at a distance by
their turbans. A gang here and there
makes an Impression on the traveler
without being noticeable because of Its
alee. But there U a population of
204,301,000 In India, an area or 1,700,643
square miles, as against a population
that Is probably considerably less than
400,000,000 on an area of 1,532,420
square miles lu China, and a popula
tion of 47.O0O.OO0 on an area of 147,055
square miles In Japan. Chicago Rec
Vanishing Old London.
The "Old Curiosity Shop," In Ports
mouth street, and other contiguous
property leading Into Lincoln's Inn
Fields, nro tielng demolished, tho free
bold havlia; been Bold, aud n block of
business premises will be erected. The
quaint looking buildlug, which has bad
a great fascination for American tour
ists, la said to be more than 300 years
old, dating back to the early daya of
James I., but the fact has never been
established that this was the "Old
Curiosity Shop" Immortalized by Dick
ens. The lucrative attraction of the
namo of the great humorist will there
fore come to an end. but the tenants
of the shop huve received con'ia
tl.m and will curry on their printing
busluess lu Great Queen strt(. Pall
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tion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
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ACTORY AT BELVtDEfta U.
First Baptist chuivh i n( . Lrkevle
PreHchiiigsstrviice-rt 'rlI:A.MM and
7:30 P. M. on each Sunday.
Sunday School 10: A.'M "
Junior Society at 2:) P, U.
Baptist Young PeoLii.-. Union at
:M P. M. on each Suml-ty.
l'rayer meeting TV!", j. M. on Wed
oesday eveniug. t
Everybody Invite t 10 attend all
aervicea. A. Frank Simmon pastor
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