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I A K I !fCTY KXAMI.NKK. t. K K . r , (Hi MiON , 1 1 I M , . N M I 1 I; l, :ww.
Lake County Examine!
Fkkd J. Bowman
Largest Sworn Circulation In Oregon Outside of Portland
OlFiCAL CorNTr PAri-K
M'BSCRIPTION R TtS
OA ti-ar. In a.1anoc,
Hi inorthf. ,
rhrrf n. on lilt. '
I ADVEHTI5INO RA1IK3
fl a Rfular lmlin .! fl.00 mi Inch, nnnU'
l.J eolumn 'e. ht month. All !ndlj)( a.W.
75 fdiant! fr-e twit- a tnontn. I'mi p cimpoi.
I aion chargrd for all rilra chanspa. All nfoi'ial
-If not paid in .)Tocf . 11 90 the yar. I Pos,,," """ "rm rlIr
I R(Jri, local rolunitm. 1V pvr line t-ah In
Notice la uhKrlhrr ; Want ' -V. llneraoh tnitrtl.in
none to .uMvritxr , fcrj of thanka ll.uu. Kvaolutlona of nm.lo-
Cntwcnsorxo lhe Kiamlucr .io rfoiMi fear, II W and uprl.
O from oiif loralltT U another, or rhanft I . .
Ibrlr po-toftler a.1.lf- iliou.o r. nvwlxr to I , WTrnmnl AJvprlKlni and Job Prim
Top tlila i'fBct a card k thrlr pawr on a ad- i ln- ch ,u sdvanca.
rwl to the right poatofflc. I All bill muat t paid tbs Am ot rach month.
Cassy's Brilliant Ida.
TW womea of tb church la a sut
r af Cntraira wr ilMMnf money
to pay for decorating their house uf
worship. They decided to rail on Cn
Public Mischief Makers
Best Checked by Newspapers.
tor uta WILLIAM J. CATNOaV at a Naw Yara uprm Court.
gSSa HERE It ONE RESPECT IN WHICH A FREE PRESS IN A
A .- FREE COUNTRY OUGHT TO BE ALL POWERFUL. IT
L OUGHT TO BE ABLE BY FAIR AND PUNGENT STATE
7; ME NT AND QUERY TO QIVE THE TRUE SIZE AND MO
TWES OF OEMAGOOUEt ANO POLITICAL HUMBUGS WHO
BET THEMSELVES UP AS STATESMEN AND PUT THEM IN A
BCPARATE BUNCH, WHERE THEY CAN BE EASILY DISTINGUISHED.
They are now and hare beeu for aereraJ reargoing ap and
Wn the country DENOUNCING WHAT THEY CALL
TRUSTS" and aggregations of capital with voices Jik the bull of
Baabaa WITHOUT TELLLNO WHAT. A TRUST
IS or what the trouble or the' evil or thk wrong is,
so that it may be dealt with and removed. They
do not sar a concrete thine. . Jt
Promiseuevs tod indefinite denunciation is' alr
wa hare erer got from them. They bawl out against
every large business that it is a monopoly. THEY
DO NOT SEEM TO EVEN KNOW WHAT A
MONOPOLY IS. These denouncers put every
large and- successful business under the ban and
sneer st 'captains of industry, as they are oalled. It
is only a bueinees which is built up and FOSTERED
BT 8PECIAL PRIVILEGE OR WRONG ADVANTAGE given
er suffered by lew or government or existing conditions which may
he given the name of monopoly, which has always and everywhere
Been justly odious.
Wa aba.ll ba ao kind In (ha after whtla,
But what have ma boon todarT
Wa ahajl brtna acb lonely Ufa a smlla.
But what hava brounht today?
Wa a hail alra to truth a arandar birth
And to.-Sadfat rlth a deaoar worth.
Wja',ahll. (oal -tha huoaHng aoula of
Btat wbaaa hatra wa rod Today ?
Oserrtaix r J. l
END OF THE WORLD.
Syaoulationa of 8eiantirta a to Hrv
It Will Coma About.
The terrible catastrophe In Italy
wblcb caused the Inhabitants of the
111 fated city of Messina to believe
that the end of the world had come U
only n foretaste on a small scale of
what many eminent scientists believe
will be the end of the world. That
eternal problem of how the world will
end U. In the opinion of ninny, a mat
ter of scientific Investigation. :i:ul it Is
curious that the majority bHicve tlmt
the earth will open up mid fly to
pieces In the most tricrantii- (.irtli'juiike
ever known, an earthquake tli it v. ill
wipe all life from the frlol.e .cf.,rc tin
actual destruction of the c;nt!i is com
The late Grant A!lcn e.niAy cm!
that the world would end l.y t;. enmt
of the earth eventually irivi
teneatb the colossal wci.!;t .-,
And Abbe I'upiu. inc of t 1m
clciitists of France,
lloomday will ln-i-in with ;i
will ''tivcl"!! i h.' L-n-i!'- t :
Eur. i'.-. thi-i Irt-in f- lr-
pliiL'!.- t!.c i:k.? ..f !i !.
ber-n known, . uln-.i!:: i.
eariii'iuaki tint will pr.-i- ).'
til.- V- (..
Mr ii. i W. 1 ...
pro,!i.. i.-- :! '.' . '! !;:
e i r. . f a :::"t-,. 'i
wrl .ii.l. I," ! i r.- -. : .. i ' - '
etitir.-ly I ! - . x r t .vt-r. U .
know n f i t I !:.!t over;.- : r ,
i-, i: : i - :!.: . ! j
inr, lu.tiiv i:ij.:;oi.- of i i .
fxc.-ss of ''"it of !!. . ir !
fcvi;..- .1. nt i hi- . ir:li' .'
ca. !j y.-.-'r. 8i:d. I". Mr. W '
this will r i.lually cvu i .l u
whoit world Is frozen over
living thinn is i':i:s ! . t: . .1.
Several s : :. i s .-1 e . 1 , , ' ., '
we Jn r i - -1 by Te ; .1 t
world of 'u: iv v I'll 'is. .Nik' i.i
the iTeat Aim-ri- an. Is .-oi:'. i .-.
the .1 i inos. 'i.-re of Ti.- w.-rM b
fullv ' bar;:. 1 nth
a j-'i-.vntic .
Invest in 1'iimc Rupert tlirouli our Real Instate shares, selling at parSlO.OO
Dor sliart. As a part of out plan ("or handling our rapidly rowin liusincss jtnd lo'
i v i!s rapacity, wc oiler t a liinitcd mimlcr tlic opportunity to share cqualy
with us in the lare prolits certain to accrue. The money received I v the Company
ey. who kept the lending saloon in (he , through the sale of its shares is invested in choice I'rinee Rupert realty, under the direct
iiiingr, ami aa tor a uonniion.
i-it tied. Oaaor met them
lened to what thrv h.,1 ft ; lIOtlt SltailllL' p
prompiiy auiTiti ,vk). -rapidly increasing husiness.
lnia was much more than the ao-
tk-ltora had hoped for that they were
much fluatntW! and could do nothing
but ataiumrr their thanks. Finally
one of thotn rounded to and said:
"Why, Mr t'asey. this la mtat gener
oua of you. It will allow us to get
what we want very much, a One stain
ed (law window."
"An4. Mr. Ca.ey," said the spokeswo
man. "In view of this mag-nlflcent do
nation. Uu't there some aentlment you
would like to put on the window f
"Well." said Casey, "I think It wonld
Ink folne to have on th' Klaus, bechune
th' two parts av It, In nate lettbera.
aomethln' lotka this:
It Casey's, "
i much In
anit wmi oava wa aana iMtrr t
Wa sbaU s1 out gold In a prlneatjr (am, j
Bat what Sid w lra todar?
wa ana.ii tin cos aaart ana arr tn ta&r.
Wa aha.H p4at a bopa In I ha plac of
Wa ahall apaalt with wards of love and
But what hara wa dona tlrT
ation. They 'supervision of the Hoard of directors. The opportunity is extraordinary because t)f the
"o'aay'and ,Pro,,t sharing plan by which you may share in all the prolits of the Company d its
PRINCE RUPERT BUSINESS PROPERTY
will make fortunes for those who invest in it now, as did Portland. Seattle, Spokane
and Vancouver real estate, for those who invested in these cities ten years ajjo.
TODAY PRINCE RUPERT IS THE CYNOSURE OF ALL EYES.
No other city on-this continent is making such rapid advancement in population,
commerce and building. Prince Rupert's present and future growth insures investor
in our shares a combination of safety, hijjh returns and inreasin value, which is not
offered in an equal d curve I v any other form of investment open to the public today.
Invest your surplus funds with this Company and share in this reat progress and
prosperity. If you have $.(). 100 or $1000 which you would invest where it will
pr -vide a lar.e income with the opportunity for jjreat profits, then subscrile for aonte
of these shares.
e refer, by permission, to the Hank of Nova Scotia, Vancouver.
Write or wire your order for shares today Dou't dclav.
'Aftfaer Masa Vts-
tha jraara ta
Didn't Like It Diluted.
An eld MUalaalppi pilot, upt-aWltif of
"One I remember a pusaenfer of
ours fell overtouerd. We Qshml blm
out with a boat hook afUtr he bad been
eoaklng on the bottom half an hour or
ao. We laid Dim limp and sopping on
the deck, and a steward rau for the
wbtsky bottle As 1 pried the man's
month open to pour some whisky down
hisr thrust hla Ujpt moved.
m armor came from them. I put my
ear down clowe to listen, and I heard
the half drowned wretch say:
" 'Boll me on a bar'l fust to ait aome
o this water out. It'll weaken the
i i;ic Rupert Real Estate Investment Co. Ltd.
410 Loo Building, Vancouver, B. C
Prince Rupert, B C
A KKWAKU of fty dollars is here
by ottered for i orapon thnt will
leu4 to the arres sa"-'eoaVlctlgn of.
hfl 'stolen wires or.
other property from our Company;!
and the same reward is hereby offered
oi. - ill lead to tbe I
urreet and iiTiction of anyone dee
troyiorf tb i i. perty of the Company.
Secretaiy Lke Co. TeL X Tel. Co.
O. O. ARTHUR. PaornKia
The 'jvrfteftt Livery anil Feed Kttble In Southern Orerun
or Northern Cnllfitrnln. Ilnr-c llortrdcd by the Dny, T-k
or Mt tith. S;e-Iiil Attent'-in (ilven in Transient Ktiirk
LAKmVIKW .... ORKOON
A Charactaristie Whistlsr Reply.
Whistler's mother cherished a wish
that be should become a soldier, as so
I many MacNellU and Whistlers had
been before him. Consequently Whistler
J entered tbe Military academy at West
Point as a cadet. But be showed little
OVE much. Earth has enough of bit
ter In It.
j toU ell'1" tet ,U whtM 9r ' aptitude for studies beyond drawing
No heart ao bard but lore at last A good story is told In tbe I'etinelis
may win it life of the eccentric artist of an eiainl
Not m .
I'll WHOM IT MAY FONFKKN.
nutUr 1m hereby kIvcii tlmt nil IrrlKU
tl.in. or intUnioe ditches on nil trout i
'-treaiiiH throuirht Luke Count v. Ore-
. ...... nU Kta mitauuiMd ma?tth II aaillRll I
kind of uk , ' .....i,,,, I, t iht-lr bi-L(l or1
(-n(l Ta ill" rw " " -
junction with tbe iimin ihiinnel of
Mtrvillll. AlHO (ill ditlllM or obntruct
Ioiih on Hiild Mtreuuie niunt be pro
vbled with a tlMb-lHibltT, orotbercuHy
mt-iitiM of pAHHHtfe, nt orm-ar the mid
die of the main cbniinel. no ii to al
ow the pnMHime of trout nt nil llinen
of venr, hh provided by luw. Said
wt'rk to tM'done nt bv water time,
or to be i-oinpU-ted by Feb. 7, l'J7.
!v order of J A. Itarbani.
SiMK-ial Keputv HhIi Warden for
Love Is the grand primeval quest of
All hate la foreign to the drat great
Love much. Men's souls contract with
Shine on them with warm love and they
"Tie love, not creeds, that from a low con
dition Leads mankind up to heights supreme
Oh, that the world could see and under
' i th- y I
.... "ixL 1
nation In blxtury:
"What:" said his examiner. "You do
not know the date of the battle of
Buena Vista? Suppose you were to
go out to dinner and the company be
gan to talk of the Mexican war and
you, a West Point man. were asked
the date of the battle What would
you do?" "Do?" said WhUtler. "Why.
I should refuse to assoclute with peo
ple who could tii lk of su.-h things at
als in Town Try Us.
nection. 1'resh Itrcad Daily
E. LONZWAY, Propreltor '
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children. j
The Kind You Have Always Bought i
suit uill I
w -' ' : 1 '
tt.iii.. ! i
! 1 1 .it,
The 'M I'.all'ionit Know (;;vlile
mid i;!.in W'rii: lit '! Ves, Klin-.-, I
Plu.i:!.: !-.:;.- I .IM. Why. I've l:n.,v. n
'.': ? Mb . .!! -i:i' e tln-y v r.-n't .my
f. i li'-r il. ii t:...i:- I In r: .it's Week 1 v.
Beecher and Barnum.
Henry Wurd Beecher was a great
admirer of I T Barnum uiid always
took a front seat when he attended
Barnum's clnns. Then it happened
one day that Mr. J'.eei-her saw Mr.
Bfirnum enter his rhup-h and take n
back seat, linmedlately Mr. Beecher
nought him out. "You must come
right up here in front, Mr. Barnum.
I always take a front seat when I
come to your ir. us, an.l I want you
to do the Kane- when you come to
No Peaoe There.
To have to cut ,i ( liri.it mas dinner at
a hotel is hnil .-n.njh, no matter how
numerous the courses an.l how hob-e
the viands. To hive to eat It alone Is
I worse, one man who sat at a table
solitary .'lanced over the menu with
little iiitire.-i Ii was a bii; card, re
splendent with pl' tuies of poiusettias,
and at tin- top was the motto:
"I'eai e on earth, food will to men."
In fin effort to forget bis depression
be said to the wai'i r. : n I i riu at the
Biblical quotation :
' I'le.ise brlmr n:e .some of that first.
I'v never e.ili ii peas It. at way. May-
NOTICK FOK PUBLICATION'. I
UepHrtmeut of The Interior. U. S.
Land Otlict) ut Ltikeview, Orenou,
Oc.l'.tth. 19";). j
Notice Is hereby given that (JiiHtave
Darrow, nf Lakeview, Oregon, who
on Oct. 10th, 1!"!, made Home-ten I
Application, M-iih1, No. 0'J.;:il. lor,
N K quarter, Section 11. To.t nsh j p
'Ii.S., Kanno biH , Willamette Men
iilaii, has IHed notice of intention
to make Final Commutation I'roof. .
to establ i-ib claim to I be laud above .
dscribed. Iiefore Keik-tser and Kecei
ver, U. S. Land Otllce, at Laki-vieA,
Oregon, on the'JOtb day ot Novem
CluiuiMiit names as witn.sseh:
I'aul Stinilt, ot lily, trcyon
J.W. Newell, of Lakeview "
1' . M. Cory, of
J. it. Lipke. of 1 i 1 v .
AKTHL'i; W. K TON, Keuihter.
( I'J ! N J "i.
Every O. V. L. Co.
SHOULD 8UCSCRI BE FOR THE EXAMINER
Hello ! There ! Hello !
STOR AND THINK
S. T. Colvin
The old Stmkin.-i n ;iml R.i iiilitr has purchased
Furniture Store f H .. Chandler. He is put t iiilt in a
stack of floods and in marking down every tiling so
you can live by I n vi n Lr; lurnit urc of him Call and looi
I I f t I a
ins. k'oyiis. Air. i a rn ham Harris, the cxperienccil
taker, will he there to wait on von anv time.
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IS V. "I
lie I won't Ii
'I ho v.'.'.!'.
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1 ri ,h A inerii an.
"i 1 1 d enih d in
;.l.e i'i i v bed...
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f M. I Vi,.i' I'bi :.. .
':(-, ill : I : II.;.' -. il .!l!
li s ( f M ni'y I e li: .
the c' i. I j- Ioii that lie- V i
the I v. i'i.ty-f:f , li c.wtury co
the p., lb f . f: :
crossed i i'i' line u f. .v y. .i-thi.-j
-f.!.i a. Us, .j w a ...
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NOTICi: FOl: FUBLICATloN.
Uepartiiient of The Inteiior, I,'. S.
Land Ollice at Lakeview. (na,'on, '
Oct., llJt.Ii. l'.'U'.l. i
Notice is hereby tnven that, I'aul
Stindt, of Illy, Oregon ,whn, oti Oct.
10th, inadrt Homestead Applu-it-
tion, Serial No. i'.-Jo:i'l, for K half SW
iiuarter. Sr. iiuartur N (pun ter, .NW
ijtiHrter, Sh ipiarter, Se. tiriu 11
Township liHS., KatiKe 10 L. , Wil
lamette Meridian, Iiuh filed ui.ticu
of intention to make I'm a I cunimnta
tion I'r'iof, to ehtabli.ih claim to the
land above desci ibed. befme ilpuin
ler and lieceiver, U. S. Land Ollice,
at Lakevimv, Teon, on llie J.'.tti
dav. of November, I'.to'.l.
( laiinant. names na wilnesHe-i
I. II. Ne.vell. ot L.'lkevie.v (VJnlt
1'. M. C'.ry, oi
t.lll.eit I.uilmin. of l--till, . "
J. II Lh 'i.i, "I 'il '. 1 1 1-- r j
aim in;i: : oi: :o, i: ji,t. ,
19 TrkllTk Wc Have Found Those Er- M
g F JJPiSJ rors in the County Records. $
& . . M
Abstract, of Title to all Lands in m
Lake County Furnished.
Tract Index Abstracting Co.
Wm, JACOBS, Manager.
LAKV1EW, - - OREGON,
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Ml. to l.i- ex petit (I by
i". h.!e of vitality.
r il Ii!.- w il Ii )iis e es
a i!i i iii'.'iiisbed Kf e
i in his arrival st
la- t'.ii'iil lhe usual
n i he aitle-ii--..
Ii i. a ; . i.i- " a ; forced
I'l'.al'y hours liefol'O
le lost and refinhicd
IF YOU VE
to le arn ,u.
comfort 't '
the netted v.. it!
A 1 1 ; i
AT AUCMjD '."JPCJ
CAIAIOC fUl '.
The Real Home Paper.
lhe San Francisco
M. H. de YOUNG. f
Scne, Conservative and Well Edited.
Daily Sunday Week' y
Sunday's i: Co!ars
Wm. Wallace, Dealer at Lakeview, Ore.