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von wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as high
or ai low aa you plrase there'a
juit direct interuie Jieat that's
Ueaulilully linikhed in nirkel
mental anywhere, I he lira hint holds 1 quart, giv
ing heal for 9 hours. It is light in weight easily
carried from room to room. Lvery heater warranted.
The AVvtfoT omn meets the need of the
steady light ideal to read or
study hy. Made of brans nickel plated, latest im
proved cenlrul drall burner. h'vrry lamp warranted.
tl tnur t1fr ftik. rifil rarrv IVrlrrlifin Oil llrstef
and Kayo lamp write our nearest
i mii i, i 'i il -I'ri .tIi . .i.. . .... .Ma i.i. i.ow In I In- nun- lor you to ut-
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ti,. ...-ii iih-ii i Hi i "i prr villi. 1 1 it v i in uili it 1 1 ii 1 1 hi- nun I n w It 1 1 tho
i. i.. i. ii (H AfJlRIOAN tARM WORLD t" -l tt. Uieir .h-i llli mim, nnd
m ill nt mn . iruil iiMii, ' M ill m ini ii 'i bl Ii paprr, our tmr,
I ln in ! 'ill Kii in Win l"l In i t ,;t rifi A nrliuli urnl Munllily 1 'n I il leu t Inn lolilnlll-
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n." mn. mi Mini 1 1-. Su n.li- I niiio-r u IiuIi'mt. lull I he well ti aleil met Inula of the
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.iii-ii- .,.1 fHE AMCRIOAM FAf?M WORLO n whole vc.ir. tov-t It h tmr
n 1 1 m r 1 1 v-'iniil ni inn i a. .i.l iik f. n. r w ill ftmy llir m l.llaha- of Tht
inlrii l- wri. 4 ir.l fur ii "W' til the vnniMit vim m :n1 i:n, nnil ynu will
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J.AKI; COUNTY l:XAMIM:R. Lakcvu- Oregon.
Ely's Cream Bain
Is quickly alMorl.r.).
Glvat lUliel al Oni o.
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mi l I'Mit.i'!
illll lIlMI-.ls. il iii.-in
l.rnne r au Jin.; fmn
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.iway u 'ol.l in tin
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Mt.ireM till. Sl-lll-Hlif
I wle ii lu I Sin. II. T .il ;,i t iru'
eistn i.r l.y mail I i - ,m, f,.rm, 75 . . uti
Illy Ilrothi ia, rii Vui i. ii Sireut, New York
Vfitn uoii or interest.
There is a iioli. c court wugibtrulo
wf St. Louis ulin ficijucntly evinces
a rctty wit in dealing with frc.h
or facetious olTcndcrs.
To ono Migrant brought before
Iiini not bmjj iio liis honor put tho
question, "What tu-i'iipalion ?"
"Xothin' much at present," flip
punUy responded the irisniicr; "just
curciilatin' round, jtid'e."
"llctircd from circulation for thir
ty days," dryly oldened his honor
to the clerk of the court. I lurpcr'd
Hard on the E.yei.
"You nlwavs think of a clerk or
bookkeeper as tin; boy with the job
thatV hard on the eves," remarked
on elevator man the other day.
"Hut this is tho j.ih that eta your
eyes, or at least it does me. hm
6ce, wc are obliged to look straight
ahead of us, and the blur of things
' v ..s
an wo try unconsciously to locus our lust night," said tho man, becom
eyes on them makes a constant jng very pale.
etrnin. I would" rather bo bending "You lie !"'roared Ilamard. "Look
over a set or book3 myself, so lur as (
my eyes are concerned." Columbui
Ia a certulu sitnnil of Washlngtoa
there whs one luil who would persist
In snylug "have went."
Ono day the teacher "kept him In,"
say I iik:
"Whllo I nm out of tho room you
may write 'have romo' fifty times."
Wheu the ic1iikHiio returned bo
found that (lie lioy hail dutifully per
formed the task, having written "have
Rono" fifty times. On the other side of
the paper, however, was this message
from the n linen t one:
I havo wont. JOtIN WHITE.
iyjii preparation nimply lnv.
tip dry catarrh ( they dry up the secretions,
wuii.u uuiiere u llio rni'ininiuio ami ducoin.
post, oaus'iift a fur iiiuio hi ii.nis troul.le T
thuu tho tirdiiiury furm of .eutari h. Avoid
all drying iiihidunts, t iiiiich, miiuki-H and
Hliuflu mid UK) tluit which rl. 'hiiii's, wiiiLhi'H
nud heuls. Kly's Ci-.'um ll.diu will iinister
cuturrU or cold in th Lemt tuisily and
pleasantly. All druj4-'ls sell thufidcuut
ni.o. Illy Urothurs, 60 Wiiitcii Slrti t,
Tho llulis is tlHi'd without, piilll, ilnrH li.il
lrritiiti or ciiiiin siiccy.hi),', Jt, spn u Is itnil
ovor su initiili'd und iiiiyi'V hiii.' .ire, reliev
ing immediately tho iiil' n.:.i liimi.
Kl'S 're.HU Jlllllil cuiilai:,!. . .xeu.i.,
Biornurv nor other urinfiil .'n;.
Yoti can quickly heal and ketp
eoy llie drmiulilv liall or colli room
no mallrr wliul llif wrallirr rondilioni
re ami il you only knrw how much
real comfort you can have Irom a
(Equipped wllh Saokelm Device)
no danger no amoke no amell
because ol the smokeless device.
and japan -orna
A MISSING BUTTON.
Ths Way a French Oetectivs Forced
Criminal to Confcci.
'J'lifiitric iixlii-d arc K'Unc of t lie
nictlioils of tlic I'rcruli ili'tcctives.
Tlicy look for the little clews ratli'.T
than the Ktarin ond. Tnlikc t he
l!n;;li.-li nml Aniiriciiii detectives,
thev often do not wait to get irre
futaldo evidence heforc eliarcrin a
man with eriii'e, hit t first charge
Iii iii with the crime and play upon
him ko that if he is guilt) !n: is led
Sumo time ago a woman was mur
dered in Paris, nnd from her room
were s-tulon i.'i'l francs in money,
her watch nnd jewelry. Two broth
ers, d'eorgc and I'aul Amut, had
been i-cen near the house. Tho
night of the day after the murder
was committed .M. Ilamard. t hief of
detectives of Paris, entered a wine
shop where the two brothers were
drinking. To the man's amazement
he arrested (leorge, charging him
with the murder.
"You have changed your coat."
hu said to the man, a safe guess if
he had committed the murder, 'it
was gray this morning, and there
is blood on it."
"My nose was bleeding," replied
"Prom excitement, 1 suppose,"
said Ilamard. "evcitenipnt- tniiseil
by your robbery of Mine. Luoa.s yes-
"i ,as nowhere near Mine. Lucas
flt your left boot!"
Kvcry ono 6nw the third button
from tho boot was missing.
"Here's tho button," said 11a
mnrd, producing ono. "It was found
in your victim's blood. Confess!"
The man confessed. As Ilamard
aftcrwnrd Eaid, he had guessed tho
murderer. The detection of tho
missing button from tho man's shoe
"Which would you rather be," asked
tho amhltlous youth, "a great speakc
or a great writer?"
"It all depends," answered Mr. Si
rlus Rurker, "ou whether you would
rather tako a chance on getting clergy
man's soro throat or writer's cramp."
Mistress Why. Brldcer. It seems to
,10 you v,ul,t Very larjfii waves for
ono who has had so little experience
Urldget Sure, mum, nln't It harder
for mo when 1 don't kuow how r New
Lettueo or parsley uiny he kept
fresh and crisp for several days if It be
carefully washed and rolled up la a
towel and placed directly ou the lee.
Hew John's Faths .,',. i Tstt Cass
The old cucji'c v.i- -i i M-lr tlrfl
men I with tlii'lr en 1 1 iifii'i In4 return
"Tell UK. .Intnl." en ! I I lif mi tier,
"whnt Imvn ynu cni-in-il nl cnUcKe?"
"li. lots of things." mill tin sun an
ho recited his riMirn- if studies.
"Then," he cntii'linled. "I ill mi nl nil led
"Logic," siild I h ol.l urn n - tin t In
"It's tlio nrt of ri'ii-niiliiif." eiilil th
"Tli art "f roiisoiiliig." suld tin fa
ttier "wlmt In ii in Iio.vV"
"Well." replied I tic "Id me give
you n iK'iimiiMirntloii. Ilw many
chic ken arc on Hint dish fultir-r?"
"Two." mii ) 1 tlic old mn n.
"Well." xtt lil John. "I f-Hii prove lucre
are llircc." Tlicn tic stuck IiIn fork lu
our and on Id. "Thnt I one. Isn't It?"
"Yea." Hild the father.
"And this In two?" h lick Inn tils fork
In the second.
"Yes." replied tlic falhcr agnlu.
"Well, duii't one and two mnke
three?" replied John triumphantly.
"Well. I ilcrlnre." snld the father,
"you linve Iciirncd thing at college.
Well, iiiother." continued the old man
to his wife, "I will (tlvc you one of the
chickens to cat. and I'll tnke the other,
nud John can have the third. How in
that. John?"-J "dice's Library.
A f'hleajro medico tell of two phy
sIcIuiin Iii a Wlxcomli) town, the one
elderly, with a Ioiik record of curwt,
the oilier younu. with hln record still
lo make. The older doctor. It BpeBln,
wan Inclined to siirremler some of Ills
iil'ht work lo the younger man.
line hitler nlKht In winter the vet
eran wiim nroiiHcd liy two fanners from
a linmlet eight miles' away, the wife of
one of whom wus serloiiHly 111. The
diH'tor nt once referred them to hln
youiiK collciiKue, lint they refused the
latter's services. '
"Very well," replied the doctor,
thliikliiK to put n convlncliiR argument
tivfore them. "In tliat cose my fee
Is $ 10, payable now."
Whereupon there ensued a remon
strance on the part of the farmers, but
the doctor was oUlurate. Finally one
of the men nxked the other:
"Well, what do you think 1 ought to
"I think you'd hcttcr pay him the
$o," said tho other. "The funeral
would cost you more." Harper's
A little hoy came Into u dentist's of
fice a short time ago and had a trou
blesome tooth removed. After the den-
tlst had finished with him the boy
nsked for the tooth. The dentist gave
it to him nnd Inquired as to bis re a- '
sous fnf wanting It.
"I'm apilu' to take the old thing
home a u' stuff It with sugar au' watch
It netie!" the boy replied.
The Answer Unfortunate.
"Wlm t arc these cigars cnllcd, Col
"All norts of things, sir." Hj-stnuder.
A Foregone Conclusion.
"And then, mind you," exclaimed
Miss I'assay Indignantly, "she asked
mo If I wouldn't marry the first man
that came along."
"The Idea!" exclaimed Miss Cutting.
"Don't these obviously unnecessary
questions make you tired?" Philadel
Critlc-You say here, "The faithful
dog went flying after Its prey." llow'a
that for nature faking?
Wright Kong-Ob. that's all right.
You see. this was a bird dog. Kansas
Penner The critics roasted your
book, didu't they?
Scrlblet Yes, but uot enough to In
sure Its success. New York Ufe.
The Football Hero Comes.
His noao la strappod and wrapped up in a
Hour eoft leather pouch;
Each musty muecle'a cricking as he prao.
tlcee his crouch
(For hhn the pui-Ry auroon la preparing
a soft couch).
Some things like pancaku turners hold his
neur amull enra In place;
Ills lifmt la kept together hy a hair lined,
(The stocky doctor's at Ills heels with
medicine tilled case).
Ha weara a woolen envelope or sweater,
Ho stands with haiule prepared soma
ono's anatomy to wreck
(Or gently land with his soft corns on his
lie's dubbed the bruwny vlxler of the pig
skin and his vis
Has strlpa of courtly plaster on his al
most hidden phiz
All these thliiKs prove tho 'rah 'rah hero's
now on deck for bis.
If. P. Pltsr In Judgs,
T -JZ ' "
ANt'CclablelVepnMtion for As
similating llic Food nnd Ilctfufa -ting
(he Stomachs and Howvls f
(hntim, Morphine norliieral.
Unfit oU arSAKUTLPtTCan
(TmW.life HidmyiH rtmvw.
ArsTfecl Hemedy forConslipa
lion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .ConvtilsiiMW .Fcwnsh
ncss nnd Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
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sa a ti m
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LATEST LAND AND STOCK NEWS
EIQtlT PAQES LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
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The liinJ You
WESTERN STAGE LINE
Office at the Mercantile Company's
Store LaLeview, Oregon.
Good Stock - - - New Coaches
Daily from I-akeview to Ely, connect
ing with Daily Stage to the railroad.
P. n. COREY, - - - Proprietor
. . . TIME TABLE . . .
In F.ffect May 1st, 1305.
Thrall .. A. M.Lv. Pnkegaini 10.45 A Bi
Ar. Koeiii-. ....S5 " Ar. Dixie 10.5ft "
", Hti-el Br'g 6.45 K l'h Pp'irs 11.40
FsllCr'k. T.H5 " Fall Crek 11.45
' Kl b Hi.'"? 10 htwl Br'ge li.00
liixie S.10 " ' Bonus li.20 P SI
" I'okegamaS.20 " " ThraU li.45 "
Klamath Springs Special.
I.v. Thrall 1.S0 P. M.Lt. Kl'h Pp'gsS 45 P.:SI
Ar. Bogus 1.55 " Ar. Fall Creekt.50
Hteel Br'gi'2.15 " " Steel Br'ge 3.00 "
" Fall i tvi-k 2-t5 " " Bugua 8.40
" Kl'h Sp g, i 40 Thrall S.45
MtW KM.I -UU I IMMtlMSMIfc
Will in. it in .mm ii
I y which Ti
i il .-ells. Y
' st v xes
stock a large assortment of high
grade stationery so that there is
no delay in executing a large order.
Our prices will be found to compare
favorably witbother prices.
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I rc'i (if llo me- 'iike
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' ! ii i 1 1 ( luck A M
Ii lit b fluidity of
Fr i .tii.
At Ne i loo I
Prei'i-- ,itr at
nnd p. A
every n u t d.
Hill i . NI.
Prn 1 1 1 m-m
it lO.iK-liKk A. M.
i i i,n Wedneft-
dy ei-i iik ,i i iicb week.
All i.t. t oiii.. i ii.vltcd to attend
the .Sen i.'cm.
J I nydti I ,(, nid. I nftor.
in i. inmo. . fn I.
rv-rya lira. t .1
iftrti. nlara i .
turaoi or uw,
f AOCURCO AMO p-
drwu.r .r t. for
frm bhItw. how lo oo-
Writ or wi.-ia I
SIS BlaU Straat. .
Post & Klne have the beet grtule
ot liquors and.cl;firs to be found In
DETTAKD TH1; BRAND
INSURE YOUR HEALTH
v on stormy days
',Y, by wearing a
Clean - Light
'Irst P.optlet church of Lrkevie
I'reachlngMtrvIicesa 1 11:A.M., and
7:30 P. M. on each Sunday.
Sunday School 10: A. M.
Junior Society at 2:.'!0 P. M.
Haptist Youug People.s Union at
::10 P. M. on each Sunday.
Prayer meeting 7.30, P. M. on Wed
Everybody Invited to attend all
services. A. Prank Simmons, pastor
The Examiner has received -a new
sample book of the Wall Street line
of engraved certificates ot stock and
bond blank, the most up-to-date on
the market. I' tied and endorsed by
the leading financiers of America.
Copyrighted. Call and see them If
you need anything lu this line, tl
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The Examiner ex-
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in type and keep in