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PabfUli'' Evary Tharaday.
C. O. METZKnR,
Editor and Publisher
Bntcrod at th I'oot OfAc at l.an"rlw, Or.
i Hvoond-l'lKM Matter.
(On Year, $2.00
TERMS: Six Month. 1.00
(Three Month 30
rt. a.. yoi'No.
A. O. rAV'I.KNKn.
Mrs. Margaret s. Ainsworth of Port
land will construct a $250, (XH) annex
Lakeview. okeoon. julv u. i07 , to the Oregon Hotel, lu that city, on
Civ l, Municipal &
LAXD AXD TOWXSITE Sl'RVKYS.
KSTIMATKS, A.477.W?. IUIAFT
1XG C HKSIGXIXG.
Irrigation A Specialty.
Mclvln D. William.
' her property adjoiulng that hostelry
! on one side. Another annex to cost
! the same amount will be erected on
' auotber side of the Oregon, making it
The Significance of It.
The latent move in Navel circle,
. . . m 4 -.1 1L . ft, I.. M..t,
ina t. er v: " i vt hotel m
neHwii-.uva.h -:,, noMhwftsL Iloth annexes
in more than one feature. Aside from
Its real significance, it will demon
strate bow unprepared the United
States is for war. Notwithstanding
the general belief outside of the war
department that the United States is
always ready for a conflict, the assem
bling of twenty-five or thirty battle-
will be Ore
proof ten story modern
Mr. Frank Smith Wilson and Miss
Letitia Masterson were married in
Astoria, Oreogn, on Wednesday,
June 2s l'.V". They will make thdr
home in Independence, this state.
ships In Pacific waters will tiriug out Misa Masterson is remembered in
the Inadequacy of this Coasts' pre-! Lakeview as a very estimable young
pared n ess to take care of a fighting ,WOnian, who taught school here last
fleet, to properly harbor and coal the
fleet and maintain, a supply poiut.
Western coal fields are undeveloped,
and at least six months would be re
quired to open op sufllcient Jcoal
mines to furnish the daily consump
tion. At least GO days will be re
quired to move our fleet from Atlan
tic to Pacific waters. Any other na
tion in the world, nearly, could reach
the battle field as quickly as our
navy. Our fleet U compelled to tra
vel around South America in going
from one side of the United States to
the other, a distance of 14,000 miles
from Hampton Roads, the Atlantic
harbor to San Francisco, the only
place on the Pacific Coast where a
fleet of battleships could laud, and
the harbor there is wholly inade
quate, from a supply standpoint. The
transfer of our fleet from one coast to
the other would leave the abandoned
coast defenseless. How apparent is
the need for two fleets.
fall, and made
a frieud of every
W heard some one remark to Frank
Light the other day that he kept the
most accommodating hotel ho ever
stopped at. What so attracted the
guest was the presence of a morning
paper at each plate in the diniug
The Examiner stated last week that
Mr. T W. Colvin had sold his farm
near Pine Creek. We have been iu
formed since by Mr. Frankl that such
is uot the case. He still owns the
farm and rents it.
The yearly dividends on Standard
oil stock is about thirty-six and cue
half million dollers. A neat little in
come, for a poor mau.
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
Maps, Plans, Uluc prints
promptly ami accurately
prepared. All classes of sur
Kltinmtli Fulls tind Ijikevlow, Ore,
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember w ith
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 purifiers that
cure headache and biliousness, aud
keep the bowels right. 25c at Lee
Heall's Drug Store.
The Examiuer made mention last
week of the issuauce of a marriage
license to Mr. S. Caltaghcr and Miss
Mae llelle Franklin. The couple were
made husband and wife on Wednesday,
July 3rd, Rev. J. 11. Howard perform
ing the ceremony. The wedding oc
curred at the home of the otliciiitiug
The bride aud groom are aiming
Piue Creek's most estimable youug
feople, and their friends wish them a
ong and happy life.
Crops Never Better.
We took a little spin down to Pine
Creek on the afternoon of the Fourth
of July, on a business trip iu com
pany with Mr. F. M. Chrismau, the
Silver Lake merchant. We had the
pleasure of seeing the finest growing
-crops ever seen in the valley between
here and that place. Mr. Chrisman
was surprised to see such prospects
for big crops of all kind, and to see
the improvements made in the last
twelve years, as he had not visited
that section of the county in that
Long Live the King!
is the popular cry throughout
Europeau countries; whi!e in Amer
ica, the cry ot the preseut day is
"Long live Dr. King's New Discovery.
King of Throat apd Lung Remedies !"
of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine,
Truro, Mass , says: "It never fails
to give immediate relief and to illicit
ly cure a cough or cold." Mrs.
Paine's opinion is shared by a major
ity of the inhabitants of this couuty.
Socialists EK-ct Officers.
Lakeview, Oregon, July 4th, 1007.
At the regular meeting of the social
ists of Lake County held to day the
following officers were elected ;
Leo Hazel, Recording secretary
Johu Silva, Financial secretary
M. Hopkius, Treasurer
O. W. Welsh, Organize
L. Hazel, Literary agent
The socialists of Lake Couuty have
been organized for tlie past half year.
They have a library of books of the
highest scientific order, especially
pertaining to political economy, and
biology. It is a sad fact that the
socialists are by most people recogniz
ed as auarchists or some other set of
people whom it is best to get rid of.
Hy looking back over the human
history we liud thut all people who
stood for something uew were con
tinually persecuted aud some even
burned at the stake. After they were
dead society gradually accepted their
views. Every student of political
economy recognizes that progress
strides in the path ot evolution, aud
IT WILL RAY YOU
v LINE OR SPRING GOODS
We want your trade and will do
our utmdst 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
BAILEY & MASSINGILL'S
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tcie L-ixative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Swt.r? ' -.a sold In past 13 months. Thl3 Signature,
la Two Days.
New Discovery cures Weak Lungs aud ! that one stride of human
Sore Throats after all other remedies
have failed ; and for coughs and colds
it's the only sure cure. Guaranteed
by Lee llealL Druggist. 50c and f 1.00
Trial bottle free.
TIMIIKK l,AXI XOTI4 K.
C nited Sates Land Ottlce, Lake
view, Oregon, Juno 20 11X17, '
Notice is hrereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, H"H, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lauds
in the States ot California, Oregon, ,
Neva In, and WiiHhingtou Territory,";
as extended to all the Public Laud '
States by act of August 4, 1812, Char-
les II. DiiHcubery. of Paisly, county
of Lake, State of Oregon, has this day
filed in this ollie his sworn statement.
No. 3728, for the purchase of tlieSW
NV4" SWJ Sec. 14 and NWJ NWJ
must give way to auotber, a little
higher, for the simple reasou that the
evolution of mankind cau not go
backward, no more than a stouecuu of
its own etfort crawl up hill.
The socialists by studying politicul
economy assert mat tlie next stage lu 3rd day of September, ISKJ'
human progress is the collective i He names as witnesses : M. Dooher
ownership of thn menu. u. l,erl,.r 01 IVlanmtU I alls, ( IrvgOII, M. V . Uow
, . .r ; l i . ii
society must make a living; it is not
of Section No. 23, in Township No.
31S, Range No. 17 E W M. and will
ofter proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purpos- j
es, and to establish his claim to said j
land before Register and Receiver i
at Lakeview Oregon, on Tuesday the'
Ain't it about time to
lay inyor 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.
I have the best farm machinery, implements,
wagons and buggies ever brought to Lakeview.
Extras of all kinds, Hardware, stoves and
T. E Bernard. Lakeview Ore.
a doctrine or creed, only an elfort to
lead the economic forces which work
iu industry into channels which w ill
do justice to tho man on who's
shoulders the whole of society rests,
the man who does the useful labor.
The socialists have no grudge
agaiust their political opponents all
they ask, is that every one who has
jan interest in the coutroversey should
give them a chance to bring their
ideas before the people to investigate
aud to take no man's word to influence
it in its judgement.
For this purpose the socialist of
Lake County welcome every one to
come and get literature and study it,
aud after they have studied it to
judge for themselves whetber we are
undesirable or law abiding citizens.
Books are to be had for one mouth
free of charge by the undersigned.
Executive committee of local Lake
view socialists organization,
by Leo Hazel
NEW FINE CREEK, ORE
Under Entirely New management
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.
Ths Charming Woman
is not necessarily one of perfect form
aud featues. Many a plain woman
who could never serve as an artist's
model, possesses -those rare qualities
that all the world admires: neatness,
clear eyes, clean smooth' skin aud
that sprightlines of utep and action
that accompany good health. A
puysicawy wean woman is never
attractive, not even to herself. Elect
no liitters restore weak women, give
strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth,
velvety skin, beautiful eomplexiou
Ouarauteed at LeeReall's Druggist
en of Paisley, Oregon, m. Darker
and Jas. liarker of Lakeview, Oregon,
and C. II. McCumber of Dairy,
Any and all .persons claiming ad
vert ley the above-desci ibed lauds are
requested to file their claims iu this
ofliee on or before said 3rd day of Sep
U5-1U J. X. Watson, Jegister.
TI.MMKK L ..!! AOTH K.
United States Laud OHlce, Lake
j view , Oregon, May '-'2, l'J07.
I Notice is hereby given that iu com
pliance with the provisions of the act
I of Congress of June 3, 1878, eutitled
i "An act for the sale of . timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Laud
States by act of August 4. 181I2.
La Fayette Conn, of Lakeview, county
of Lake, State of Oregon, has this day
tiled in this otllco his sworn ttatement
No. 3704, for the purchase of the N,'a
N'?2 cf Section No. '2(3 in Township No.
30 S., Range No. IU, E.. W. M., and
will offer proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish bis claim to
said land Ixifore Register and Receiver
at Lakeview Oregon on Thursday, the
fcth day of August, 11)07.
He names as witnesses: W. R. Dyer,
J. O. liarker, Henry R .lleryford, V.
Ji. hDirK, ail or Lakeview, Oregon.
Any aud all persons claiming ad
veiseiy me above-described lands are
requested to tile their claims in this
otllce on or before said 8 day of Au
gust, 1907. w
J. N. Watson, Register. 22-10
Undur aud by virtue of an execu
tion, in foreclosure, Issued out of thi
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Lake on the Htb
day of June, 1!7 to me directed and
Delivered, in a suit in .raid Court,
lore I n Ruby Harvey and Dick J.
Wilcox, as executrix Ml)'! executor of
the last will and testament, of William
Harvey, Deceased, ns plaintiff, re
covered judgmei t against J. K
Field, for the rum of lirtccit hundred
and eighty seven Dollars, and forty
cents, and the further mini of fifty three
Dollurs costs, said judgment bearing
Interest at ten per cent, per aniiuui
from saiil May 13, W?, and also a
decree of foreclosure and order of sale
against each aud all of the defendant,
namely: J. K. Field, Julia Field,
Ottie Chandler, (ieorge Chandler, ami
Andrew Mi-Calleu, aud the said An
drew McCallcti, having also, in said
suit, itH a Junior Mortgagee, recovered
a Judgment of four hundred nud Two
Dollars ami fifty cents, aixl costs in
t li.i Klin, txf till.. T.. .... 1.1
n tho County Court of the Stute Judgment U-nrinn luteal at t.... ......
cent, pel annum, from iHuv I I.
The horse can draw the
load w ithout help, if you
reduce friction to almost
nothing by applying
to the wheels.
No other lubri
cant ever made
wears to long
and saves so much
horsepower. Next time
try Mica Axle Grease.
Standard Oil Co.
NOtlCf OF APPOmMlM Ot (XrUIBIK.
of Oregon, for Lake Couuty.
In the matter of the estate of)
Martin T. Walters. )
The undersigned having been
pointed by tho County Court of the
Stute of Oregon, for Lake County,
Executrix of the estate of Martin T.
VVulters deceased, notice is hereby
given to the creditor of, and all per
sons having claims against said de
ceased, to present them verifl.xl an
required by law, withiu six months
after the llrst publication of this no
tice to said Executrix at her resi
dence in the Town of Lakeview Lake
Executrix of tho estate of Martin
T. vValters, deceased. Dated aud
first published, June 20th, l!Nr7.
to Dusky Beauty
A dark skin becomei fascinating
when delicately soft, undersjiread
with the radiant glow which indi
cate a healthy, active skin. Robert
ine keeps the skin refined in quality,
keeps pores free from clogging wast e
and atimulatel the tiny capillaries to
contribute the color which clianru in
blonde and brunette alike. Robert
ine in certain protection against tan,
unburn and frecklci if applied be
fore exposure to tun or wind.
Spreadslike an imperceptible heen
of gauze overskin surface, forming a
shield stimulating nd preserving a
ueucate, lustrous beauty.
MUfurvruiilt TOD AX
United States Laud Olllec, Lakeview,
Oregon. June 27. 1007.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with tho provisions of the act
ot Congress or jnne 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for tho sale of timber lands In
tho states of California, Oregon. Nev-
l ir. i ' ..
acji, uiiu nusuiugi.ou lerruory, " as
extended to all the public laud States
by act or August 4, 18!)2, Elmer liar
vey, of liukevlew. countyof Lake.
Ntato of Oregon, bus this day tiled in
ttils omce rua sworu statement. No.
373T), for the purchase of the E'SW'
of Section No. 20, in Township No.
38 S, Range No. 20 E W M, and will
otter proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone thuu for agricultural purpos
es, aud to establish his claim to said
land before Register and Receiver lit.
Lakeview Oregon, on Friday tho Cth
day of September, I'Ml.
Jle name as wituoscH:
Dick J. Wilcox l'hil Mulkov. Tom
Alford. and Nathan Wilcn id I at
Any and (ill persons clulmintf ad.
Tersely the above-described lundn h
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before suld 0th day of
27'10 J. N. Watson. Register.
Baars tbs T ha Kind You Have Always Bouff
Final Proof Motica.
Laud Office at Lakeview Or.
June 1, 11JC7.
Notice is hereby given that Argus
M. Hardisty, of Lakeview. Oregon.
has tiled notice of his intention to
make final five year proof in support
of his claim, viz: Homestead Eutry
No :H0. made Sent. 4th I'.KXl. for th
SE'4' 8Wf Sec. , NE.'4 NWJi A N'i
XE'4 Sec. 7. Township 38, 8., Range
21, E., W. M., and that said proof will
bo made before Register and Receiver
at Lakeview Oregon on lltth, day of
July, 1007. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, tho
L. O. Hardisty (J. W. Hardisty,
Win Klmzey. Frank Wilson, all ..f
23-5. j. X. Watson, Register.
Iiei Itrimim. rnnii Muv I t l'ai7
I.. . . " : ; ---. "'
module or said Judgment, against
the wil l ,1. S. Field, and having
i further obtained a decree of fure
HI" closure and order ot sale, as such
junior incumbrancer, iigaints tho
said J. S. Field, Julia Field, Otlle
Chandler (ieorge E. Chandler, aud
one Phillip Lynch, and by direc
tion of the order of the Court, and
the said Execution 1 am commanded
to sell the following described real
property To Wit Commencing at the
South East comer of lllock "O" in
the West Addition to the Town of
Lakeview, lake County Oregon, ac
cording to the plat thereof, tiled in
tho Otllce of the County Clerk of iuike
County Oregon, July 20, 1878, thence
running North one hundred and
seventy three feet, thence at right an
gles running West one hundred and
forty feet, thence at right angels, run
ning .Norm one nuudred and Two
feet, thence at right angles, running
West one hundred and forty feet; to
the West boundary line of said liloclc
"O" aud Ulock "X" also iu said
West addition, to the said Town:
Thence South along the West, boun
dary lines of said Hlocks "O" and
"N" two hundred and soveuty live
feet to t he South-West Corner of said
mom i thence running East along
the South boundary line of said
lllock "O" to the place of lioglnniug,
for the purpose of aatisfying: first,
tho Judgment of tlie Plaintiffs, costs
and expenses of sale, and Second, the
Judgment of Andrew McCallen, abovo
mentioned, aud costs and Expenses
of sale, and in the event that after
the proceeds of the sale thereof are
insufllcieiit. in whole nr imrt in .,u
the latter judgment, then to Hell th..
Final Prool Nolle.
Land Otllce ut Lukeview,
June 11 1U07.
Notice is hereby given thut D. 11.
Conrad, of Klamath Couuty Oregon.
mis uieu uoiice or ins intention
ronowlng real property, viz: N.i
"IVj, 0V 'a Of IVK'i' unil HKM'
i''.,f S',",tlH" U Tw-1-. 40, 8., R21
1'.. w. Ai., in Oregon, to pay such por
tion thereof remaining unsatisfied.
.Notice i lii-rob.? given Lhuti fin Mn tut.
make final Five vear r.roof in ,-V ! "J . . " " OI 17,
. . . . . - . - 1 i iiiii i.ouri. i n un
or tils clulm, viz: Homestead Entry
No. 2002 made Sept.. 7, 1000, for the
S i Ni Section -JI, Tunwhsip 31 K
Range 15 E., W. M.. aud that l.i
pr6of will tie made before ReL-ihtei-
aud Receiver ,nt Lakeview Oregon, on
2i;t.h day of July, j:J7. Ho names tho
following witnesses to prove his con
tiouuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, the laud, viz :
l'" 8. McDonald, John Elder. (J. W
ji. a. jwntiuiu, mi of Puislcy
J. X. Watoii, Rcgistei
Lakevlow. lft am 2nd f-iinnb.vu
11 A. M. and 8 p. M.. 'nd i.i'
Sundays, 8. P. M.
Crane Creek. 2nd Siuulav 11 A t
UncJ f ilh N"'iy, 11 A. m!
and 4 P. M.
O..P. ISnilev, pusto:-.
iiio trout and east side of the Court
House, of Lake Couuty in the State
of Oregon, uud situated in the Town
of Lakeview. at Ten o'clock In tho
forenoon, of said day. I will sell all
of the rigid, title and Interest which
eieniiiints abovo Named, J. 8.
Held and Julia Field, had on the
3rd day of December 1!J0(, 1 ud to
the llrt described Lands and preni
(ses, I,,,- u.e purpose of paying the
judgment Hi nt mentioned, and all
heir right title and Interest whioh
they had in said first mentioned
premises ami ulso in the secoui de-M-ribed
lands and tiremlses, on tho
2nth, day of September !M), for pay.
ng th judgment of Andrew McCal
Ion, above stated, at Public sale for
cash to the highest bidder to satisfy
aid Judgment and costs and expenses,
a sale aloresaid,
Dated this othduyof July, J07
lm i... ... Albert Dent,
Shurifl ol Lake County Oregon.