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Patlfl4 Evtry TliarMlay.
C. O. METZKER,
Editor and Publisher
Enteral t the Vo Ofllordt l.lew, Ore.
iOne Year $7.00
Six Months 1.00
Three Months, 50
LAKEVIEW. OREOON. Jl'LV 4. l07
We have absolute rrr tn'9 ek
of the questionable, underhanded
and unbusiness like methods of
securing patronage practiced by the
publishers of the Herald. The
editor of the Herald made as fait au
agreement with the publisher of the
Examiner as one ever made, to
estalish a reasonable and living price
for publishing timber land notices,
both papers to stand by the price at all
times . This agreement was made
after a profitless fight for the publish
ing of such notices, which resulted
in cut rates, and a loss to both. The
Examiner bad a price which was 815
per notice, when the Herald cut
under in order to get the buisuess.
We would not cut the price, but there
were parties who said they would not
patronize the Herald under any cir
cumstances, and complained about
our price. The result was that we
bad to meet the price, in order to
treat yu business justly. Then the
Herald made another cut; tbey said
they did not but they did. Then
these experimental business people
realized that tbey were doing work at
a loss and sought to establish a living
price. We were willing, and the price
was made f 15, the same as the Exam
iner had previously charged. A
notice was published in both papers
to the effect at the time. In a short
time the pulisbeis of the Herald began
to dog everybody that bad a notice
to publish to let tbera have the work
to do and in some instances offered to
do the work for less than $15. When
asked if tbey bud done this, they put
the lie on the other party. One case
they offered to publish a notice for
$12.50 and give the party a year's sub
scription to their paper, to boot. !
Now comes a very reliable lady 1
witb a timber land notice to publish, j
and be ordered it published in the '
Examiner, without any solicitation, j
The notice was 6eut to this office, and
was put on the copy hook. The next
day the publishers of tbe Herald found ;
out what this lady bad done, and .
Ain't it about time to
lay in yor machinery for
haying. The haying sea
son will soon be on and
you want to be ready
with the best machin
ery to be had.
IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST.
I have the best farm machinery, implements,
wagons and buggies ever brought to Lakcview.
Extras of all kinds, Hardware, stoves and
T. E Bernard Lakeview Ore.
NEW FINE CHEEK, ORE,
Under Entirely New Hanagement
, Having recently purchased the hotel from
Mr. McDonald, I earnestly solicit a share of
public patronage. My aim shall be to please.
GEORGIA STICKEL, Proprietor.
went begging after her notice and of
fered to publish it for less money than
the Examiner would do it for if she
Would come and take it away from
the Examiner and gve it to them.
The party then came and asked our
price, and we gave her the regular
price, flft. She said she could do
better at tbe Herald office, and as we
have uo desire to force any one to
patronize The Examiner, or beg them
to do so, and regardless of the fact
that the notice had gone to the copy
hook and vas rightly ours, we let
her take ber notice away, because
she could get it published for less
Tie methods practiced by the pub
lishers of the Herald are uuderhanded
and nulHH'oming any business institu
tion. The Examiner stands aloof of all
such pac.i?es, and is willing for them
to have all business secured through
such crooked met ho is.
Therefore, we wish it understood
that any agreement between the
Examiner and these reoole. shall be
dissolved and uo other of any character
entered into under any circumstances.
until they can stand by their word.
Our price for publishing timber land
notices is still (15.
The world seems to have gone ram
pant over the "unwritten law." Iu
Seattle the other day a man shot a
young man for calling upon his wife
and was exhonerated ; iu Portland a
few days later, another similar caso
occured ; in Boise Idaho but a few
days ago a man grew jealous and kill
ed his wife's friend. In the otbei
states farther east similar cases are
numerous, most prominent among
them the Judge Loving case. Judge
Loving klled a young man w ho was
out riding with the Judge's daughter
and brought her borne iu an intoxicat
ed condition. In all of the cases the
"unwritten law" is the plea.
Later: Loving was acquitted on
tbe first ballot.
The proposition of Governor
Chamberlain and the state school
board to raise SP,(XX) for the Peiiry
North Pole expedition from the school
children of Oregon fell short fOO.fJi,
23. It is to be hoped this failue will
be remembered, and all future gaftiug
schemes of like character w ill go the
same route. While the personal dona
tions were small those children w ho
did give for the fund, no doubt could
have used tbe money to good ad
vantage, but now that tbe money is
in tbe fund tbey cannot get it bpek,
and it will likely go into tbe pockets
of some one who has au eye on ull such
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to our
health, is the one on which we be
came acquainted with Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the painless purilters that
cure headache and biliousness, and
keep the bowels right. 25o at lee
Head's Drug Store.
to Dusky Beauty
A dark skin become fascinating
when delicately oft, umlrrsprcad
with the ra.liant ((low which iiuli
catesahealihy. active (kin. Rohert
Ine keeps the ikin refined in quality,
and stimulates the tiny capillaries to
contribute the color which rharmi in
blonde and brunette alike. Robert
ine is certain protection against tan,
sunburn and freckles if applied be
fore exposure to sun or wind.
Spreads like an imperceptible heen
uvn iaiu suuarr, forming a
hield stimulating and preserving a
acticat e, lust rous heaut y.
If the man (T) who refused to take
his Examiner out of the post oltlce
last week, because this paper did not
tteat anarchism according to his lik
ing, wants to kuow how big a bole he
bus made in the Examiner's suberip
tion list he can Hud out by subtract
ing what be owes on buck subscrip
ion from bis wealth. If he docs not
kuow bow much bo owes this paper
he would confer as much of favor up
011 us by culling to inquire as one of
bis own creditors would confer upon
bim by calling at bis place of business
to settle bis account, after declaring
bis iuteution of withdrawing his pat
ronage. It be is ashamed to call and
settle or hasu't the manhood the lat
ter suggests itself if be will borrow a
copy of this weeks Examiner, as we
expect be will do, he can lcaru. lie
owes for the paper siuceDecomber 13,
1900, or even six mouths, just one
dollar. Two weeks have elapsed since
be got bis buck up, and bo has not
taken the trouble to pay his back
subscription, (awl) we ask of bim.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Chas. Spargur one of tbe proprietors
of the Madeline Hotel, was to have
been married at Reno last week to
Mrs. Kingsbury, of Madeline. So
says the New Era.
Miss Laura Yates, while running
the job press in The New Era ottice
at Alturas, had two fingers broken
by being caught in the press. One
had better bare au alligator bite tbau
to be caught iu a job press, where
three thousand pounds pressure to the
square inch is thrown upon the hand
if it is left in the press too long, iu
removing or placing sheets for print
ing. A Wonderful Happening
Port Uyron, N. Y., has witnessed
one of the most remarkable cases of
healing ever recorded. Amos F. King
of that place says: "Ilucklen's Arn
ica Salve cured a eore on my leg witb
which I bad suffered aver 60 years.
I am now 85." Guaranteed to cure all
sores, by Lee Beall, Druggist 2.1c.
Wizard in the Weather.
There's wizard in tbe weather.
It can rain without a cloud,
And when it snowed and bailed
It thundered long and loud.
We bad some snow in June ;
Uncommon I must say.
If its tbe spots thuts on the sun
I wish tbey would go away.
We bad plenty of rain this spring
For fields and garden. Why,
We bad no need to irrigate;
It as watered, from tbe sky.
liut I do not like so much rain rain
liut I suppose the farmers did.
It doubled their crops of bay and
lint for me, I like better tbe sun
All the time.
wish it would either quit raining
Or full in tome other clime.
S. J. Jones, Lakeview Oregon.
Long Live the King!
is the popular cry throughout
European countries; whi!e in Amer
ica, tho cry ot the present duy is
"Long live Dr. King's New Discovery,
King of Throat and Lung Remedies !"
of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine,
Truro, Mass , suys: "Jt never fails
to give immediate relief and to quick
ly cure a cough or cold." Mrs.
Paiue's opinion is shared by a major
ity of the inhabitants of this county.
New Discovery cures Weak Lungs und
Sore Throats after all other remedies
bave fuiled ; and for coughs and colds
it's the only sure cure. Ouuranteed
by Lee lieull, Druggist. 50u and $1.00
Trial bottle free.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE OUR
LINE OF SPRING GOODS
BAILEY & MASSING ILL'S
! TciQ Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Siiwn ;;.:; -m Yc..-. vm in past 12 months. . This signature,
riviiiK.it n y.
I'nited ttatcs ljn.d Olflco, Luke
view, Oregon, June 2 KH7,
Notice is hrereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, H7S, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lauds
iu the States of California, Oregon,
Neva a, and Washington Territory,"
us extended to all the 1'iibtic Land
States by act of August I. 1M2, Char
les II. Duseiibery. of l'uisly, county
of Luke, Stute of Oregon, has this day
tiled in this otfle his sworn statement,
No. :i72, for the purchase or theSW'.,"
NV4' W'., SWJ S.c. 11 and NWJ MN'l
of Section No. i!3, in Touuship No.
3IS. Range No. 17 E V M, and will
ofter proof to show tliat the land
sought is more valuable (or its timber
or stone than for aejicult ural pin pos
ies, and to establish his claim to said
1 laud , before Register nnd Receiver
j at Lakeview Oregon, on Tuesday the
j 3rd day of September, 'M.
1 Ho names as witnesses: M. Dooher
'of Klamath Falls, Oregon, M. W. liow
I eu of Paisley, Oregon, Win. Marker
and Jas. liarker of Lakeview, Oregon,
and C. Jl. McCumber of Dairy,
Any and all persons claiming nd
versley the abovo desci ibed lauds are
requested to llle their claims iu this
office 011 or before suid 3rd day of Sep
'ii-10 J. N. Wutson, Jegister.
T I Jl It K It L.l MITIIK
United States Land OHIce, Luke
view .Oregon, May 22, 1007.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
or Congress of June J. in,, entitled
"An uct for tho sale of timber lunds
in the Stutes of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, lH'J
La Fayette Conn, of Lakeview, county
of Lake, State of Oregon, Las this day
filed in this office bis sworn rtatemeut
No. 3704, for the purchase of the N'j
N;.J cf Section Ko. 20 in Township ISo.
3(1 S., Range No. 19, E.. W. M., and
will offer proof to snow that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to
said land before Register and Receiver
at Lakeview Oregon on Thursday, the
8th day of August, 1907.
He names as witnesses: W. R. Dyer,
J. O. liarker, Henry R .Heryford, W.
II. Shirk, all of Lakeview, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to tile th';ir claims in this
office on or before said 8 day of Au
J. N. Watson, Register. 22-10
Having recently purchased
tho Hotel and Feed Stable
at lily I wish tu announce
to the Public that 1 will bo
found ready, at all times, to
offer tho 15est of Treatment,
i oth to man and beast
Everything Will be Fir$t-Class
ARTHUR T. LANOELL, BLY, ORE.
Melvin D. Williams.
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
Maps, Plans, Blue prints
promptly and accurately
prepared. All classes of sur
Klamath FuIIh und Lakeview, Ore.
We want your trade and will do
our utmost to please you.
Never before has our stock been
so complete and up to date.
With our increased flooor space
we are showing new lines and more
goods. Whether you buy or not
we will be pleased to see you and
will take pleasure in showing you
Fo Cure a Cold in One Day
In the County court of the State of
Oregon for Inke County.
In tho Matter of the Application
l'unl Frank for a Change of Name. ) .
Notice is hereby given that the a
hove named l'unl I'nuik oil the 'Jlth
day of June l'.H7 filed an upplicut ion
iu the above entitled court for a de
cree forever chunking his name to
Flunk Johnston ; now then, the public
is, in the County Court room in Luke
County, Oregon, on the 1st day f
July I'.hi7, at the hour of 1 o'clock 1'. M.
or said day hereby notilled and requir
ed to appear and offer ami show cause,
if any they have, why a decree us
aforesaid should not be entered and
allowed us prayed for in applicant's
petition on tile herein. This notice
1 is published in the Lakeview Kxnm
' ler by order of the Honorable II. paly
County Judgo of Luke County, Ore
gon. Witness my hand und the Seal of
the (.'utility Court itf Luke County
Oregon, this "Uh day of June, A. I.
I E. N. Juqilish,
1 County Clerk.
NOIir.r OF APP0ISIMIM 01 (HfCLIRU.
In the County Court of the State
of Oreuon, for 1-itke County.
In the iiiH'tcr of the estate of
' Martin T. Walters. )
I leceased. )
The undersigned having been Hp
pointed by the County Court of the
Stute of Oregon, for Luke County,
Kxecutrix of the estate of Martin T.
Walters deceased, notice is hereby
given to the creditors of, and all per
sons having claims against said de
ceased, to present I hem veritl.xl as
required by law, within six months
after tbe first publication of this no
tice to said Executrix at her resi
dence in the Town of Lakeview Lake
Executrix of the estate of Martin
T. vV'a Iters, deceased. Dated and
first published, June 2th, l'JOT.
Final Proof Notice.
Laud Office at Lakeview Oregon,
June 1, YX7.
Notice is hereby given that Argus
M. Jlardisty. of Lakeview, Oregon,
has filed notice of his intention to
make final five year proof in support
of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry
No :JC4(, made Sept. 4th 1!KHI, for the
HK'i SW'i Sec. 0, NK' NW", & Nj.j
NE'i Sec. 7, Township IJH. S., Rango
21, ., W. and that said proof will
bo made before Register and Receiver
at Lakeview Oregou on l!)th, day of
July, 1907. He names the following
witnesses to prove bis continuous resi
deuce upon, and cultivation of, the
L. O. Hardisty (1. W. Hardisty,
Wm Klmzey, Frauk Wilson, all of
li.1-5. J. N. Watson, Register.
Pinal Proof Nolle.
Office at Lakeview,
Oregon, 1 1
June 11 1!OT.
Notice is lieieby given that D. it,
Conrad, of Klamath County Oregon,
has tiled notice of his intention to
make llnal Five year proof iu support
of bis claim, viz : Homestead Entry
No. made Sept.. 7, llHH), for the
S NJi Section -Jl, Tonwhsip :ii h,
Range lo E., W. M., and that said
proof will bo iniiflo befopo Rcuiritcr
and Receiver ,at Lakeview Oregon, on
'JOth day of Julyr.)07. Ho names tho
following witnesess to prove his con
tiouuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, tho laud, viz :
E. K. 'McDonald, John Elder. (. W
Cooley, H. A. iJruttain, all of Pnisloy
U-i-C J. N. Watson. Register.
Lakeview. ltt and ''nil HihuImvm.
11 A. M. and 8 J'. M., 2nd and 4 th
Sundays, 8. P. M.
Craue Creek. 2nd Nnndnv 1 1 A M
ana i-. 4iri (Sunday, U A. M.
and i V. M.
C. P. lluilev, pastor.
In Two Days.
I Under and by virtue of au execu
' tion, In foreclosure, imoied out of th
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Luke on the htti
day of June, l''7 to me directed and
1 Delivered, in a suit lu raid Court,
wherein Ruby Harvey and lick J.
Wilcox, as executrix biiI executor of
the liiHtwill ami tentameiit, of William
j Harvey, Deceased, as plaint itfn, re
covered jiidumel t itk'uliiht J. H'
Field, for the Clin of lltteeli hundred
! and eighty seven Dollnrs, and forty
j cents, and the further sum of II My three
I Dollars comIs, wild judgment bearing
! Interest at ten per cent, per annum
j from suid May l.'l, l'K7, ami also it
I decree of foreclonure and order of sali
j ugainxt each and all of the deleudimts,
I namely: J. S. Field, Julia Field.'
Otti Chandler, Ouorgn Chandler, ami
j Andrew McCiillctk, and the said An-
drew McCalleu, Jiaving alno, lu said
: suit, us a Junior Mortgagee, recovered
; a Judgment of four huudnxi und Two
; Dollars ami fifty cents, and comIs in
the sum of fifty Two Dollars said
'judgment bearing interest at ten per
cent, pet annum, from May l.'l, r.ni7.
the date of mid Judgment, against
the said J. S. Field, and having
further obtained a decree of fore
closure and order of hide, as such
junior incumbrancer, ngaints the
said J. S. Field, Julia Field, Ottie
Chandler (icorgo E. Chandler, and
one Phillip Lynch, and by direc
tion of the ordei of tho Court, and
the said Execution I am commanded
to sell the following dencribed real
property To Wit Commencing at tho
South East corner of Mock "O" in
the West Addition to the Town of
Lakeview, ljike County Oregon, ac
cording to the plat thereof, filed in
the Office of the County Clerk of Lake
County Oregon, July 10, HH, thence
running North one hundred and
seventy three feet, thence at right an
gles running West one hundred and
forty feet, thence at right augels, run
ning North one hundred and Two
feet, thence at right angles, running
West one hundred and forty feet: to
the West boundary line of said lilock
"O" and Mock "N" also in said
West addition, to the said Town:
Thence South along the West, boun
dary lines of said Mocks "O" and
"N" two hundred and seventy live
feet to the South-West Corner of said
Mock "O" thence running East ulong
the South boundary lino of said
Mock "O" to the place of beginning,
for the purpose of satisfying: first,
the Judgment of the Plaintilfs, costs
and expenses of sale, and Second, the
Judgment of Andrew McCaDen, above
mentioned, and costs and Fxpeuses
of sale, and in the event that after
the proceed of the sale thereof are
Insufficient, iu whole or part, to pay
the latter judgment, then to sell tho
following real iir'inertv. viz! Nl' i,t
HK.'i. SW'4' of NK'4 and RKJ4' of
w4, of Section 11, Twp., 40, S., R''l
v. .u., in uregon. to hh.v such nor-
tion thereof remaining unsatisfied.
Notice is hereby given that on Fri
day the 2HI h day of July, 1!MI7, at
the front and east side of the Court
House, of Lake County in (he State
ot Oregon, and situated In the Town
of Lakeview, at Ten o'clock in the
forenoon, of Maid day, I will sell nil
of the right, title and Interest which
the defendants above Named, j. S.
Field and Julia Field, had on the
.'lid day of December !!K, lu im,l to
tho first described Lauds and prom
ises, fur the purpose of paying the
judgment first mentioned, and all
f heir right title and interest which
they had in said llrst mentioned
premises and ulso lu tho second de
scribed lands und premises, on the
25th, day of September 1!HM, for pay.
log tho judgmeut of Andrew McCal
len, above ttated, at Public salo for
cash to tho highest bidder to satisfy
said judgment and costs and expenses,
of sale aforesaid,
Dated this bth day of Juue, 1!)07
r , , . Albert Dent,
bherill of Lake County Oregon.