The New Oil Stove Different from other oil stoves. Superior because of its economy, cleanliness, and easy operation. The NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove saves fuel expense and lessens the work. Produces a strong irorking flame instantly. Flame always under immediate control. Gives quick results without overheating the kitchen. Made in three sizes. Every stove warranted. If not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency for descriptive circular. I&syb Lamp it the best lamp for all .round household ue. Made of brat throughout and beautifully nickeled. Perfectly constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled in light-giving power; an ornament to any room. Erery lamp warranted. If not a: your dealer's, write to our nearest agency. THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY (IACOBl'vMATkJ) 9 TinRF.K I.AM OM K. United Stales Land Office, Luke view, Oiegou, June Htb liXJT. Notice is hereby given that in com pliaDce with the provisions of tbe act of Congress of June 3. 1S78. entitle') "Ad act for the eale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, aud Wasbiugtou Territory," as' extended to all tbe Public Laud States by act of August 4, ISiri, Jobu B. Auteu, of Kluniath Falls, county of Klamath, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn state sntnt, No. 3JG6, for tbe purchase of thn E14 6E-4' SW' SK'4' & SE'4' SW?4 f Section No. 2;, in lownship No. 34 S, Range No. 17 E., W. M., and wiU offer proof to show that tbe land Bought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purpos es and to establish his claim before the Clerk of Klamath County Ore., at his office at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Monday the 2, day of September, 1907. He names as witnesses: C. L. Withers, of Pa if ley, Oregon, Frank Jobnsou, of Dairy, Oregon, Ralph Vaugn of Klamath Falls, Oreg., James Ryan, of Bly Oregou. Any and all persons claiming adver sely the above descrilted lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 2, day of Sept. 1907. 'J5-10 J. N. Watson, Register. NOTICE of restoration of public lau 's to settlement and eutry. l)e pu.'.u.ent of the Interior. Oeneral : , Land Oflk-e. April "20, 1007. Notice is hereby given that the Secretary of the Interior has on April 11, 1907, va- ... a i. . i t . . I ti I ! 1 ;K4 , w ithdrawing tbe following des- cribed lauds for irritation purposes in I connection with the Ana River Pro ject. Oregon: Township thirty South. I Kauge Sixteen Eat, Section one; I township thirty South, Range seven ! teon Fast, Section six, and has order jed tbHt the aforesaid lands be restored to the pul lie doirain and to settlmente I but not to becoue subject to entry, llAIUpt VI 11. 1 I 1 17 H U 11 U I I IUQ J 1 U Ul IL land laws of the United States until Aacust 12, 1007, at tbe United States Land Office at Lrkeview, Oregon. 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II. Chandler, .1. C. Dodsun, C. .v. Kehart. N. I'lne, Thos. Iluitoa, W. A. Currier, Frank : 15. liaiiers. J.C. Ilotchklsfi, Calder wood Uros., T. .1. I'.rattain it Sons, ; James M. Muore, A. 1). Cecil, T. A. ' 'rump, W. 'A. Moss, ('ressler it J'.otiner, W. T. Cressh r Acty X- Gilliam. Hill & Toncy. W. I'. Hi itvroiti). I'n-sld't, 1 )l'ini;i:s I'ivam i: Com. ! I Is 1 1'. M. Mh. i Kit.SecitTreas. I W. I'. II i:nvroii! ' i.' M. ii!i:i:. II. Cu.iMii.iuii Lakeview Cigar Factory A. Stoiikmu, l'rop. Maker of Havana and Domestic Cigars CO'1iTRY OnDKBS 80I.ICITKD It t PrrnUi'tlt TlHMnlnfit MimwtbH Vlctt-rnxlttfiil t'h. W. Kulrbniik- 8rtretiirjro(SUi Kllhii Rih 'clrlrjr til TTvMtiry lllo M. Hh florturir of W iir Win. H.1(l Atlorni'r Ocmrl Win. I'. Mnil I'onHnmli'r (liiii'rl Oimi. H. t'lirlflyon SorroUryol Nnvjr ChM. 1, lloiirri teiTrturjr Inlcrlur K, A, IIIIcIu'ih k .M ri'lrjf of Agrli iiluirc J inn W lln '(rcurjr of rommcroo . V. '. Mi'trll Chlff Jimttea Mtflvlll W. 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Hii-lH-r Trrmurrr The Wall street line of engraved certificates of Stock and Horn! blank at the Kxamlner otllco. New sample book received Monday evening. II you waut stock certificates so on samples and get our prices. If Northern Stage Line. LAKEVinW-PAISLEY. A. W. BRYAN, Proprietor. Leaves Lakeview at (5 a. in. every tiny but Sunday. Returning, leaves Paisley at G :30 a. in. every day bui Sunday. PuHDfiri' r $s How4 trip t OFI'ICn Hvynul1 JL Wlnflnl.f. i.kvla Karniers, have yor butter wrap pers printed at The Kxamtne olllce, Instead of sending away for them. You keep your money at home, and patronize them that patronuo you, rs'sldes, you see what you are get- ring and don't have to pay for It If It doesn't suit you. t f ! i To Cure a Cold In One Day , lake LAXATIVK It HOMO (.2 1' I N I N K j TabletH. All druKisto refund the 1 money il it fuilii to cure. K. W.tJruve' : uttnsture is on eitch box. "c. ; IRONQUILL'S FRIEND. UttU Kn Olrl Wh Will Ott Pn. Ion Prom Cclonl Wr. Colonel lCtmoim V. Wnre of Kansas, hi used to l I'ltlled Htnles pens Ion rotniiilsNliiucr, who prnotlcM law and who write poetry tinder the imina f Irotiijulll when not olherwlse en tinted, rt'cently applied for a pension. When he was passhiK on such nppllea tloiis fmui others, he refrained from oMnlnlna one for himself. I In snld h did not Ish to tiiki iidviiutiiKu of th lioiinty of the uoviTiimeiit so liing he hud plenty of nieaim of his own. Hut since the pnsHite of the servleo ieUNou law he hits tomb lippllialloii for l'J a month, h siimi whhdi ho U entitled to uiuler the prm ImIoiis of thn law, ami It has eniue out I hat he will not take It on hit own n. count, hut for tho licnoMt of n Utile twelve year old Blrl,' Ml" I .aura ltame.v of To peka. Nlie has a hroiher who Is serv tint his country as a suMlcr In (he Philippine, nIii want to obtain a good cibicntloii. and to furilief her atn- I I.A I'll A lUVIO.V. hltlou Colonel Ware, who knows hor family well, diiMi-il to aili f-r a pen nIoii mul k,v I' I" her The UnuiNcy unit Ware families wera iieluhlxirs. and a sin ni, rrliMxluhlp ax Ih( iH-tweeii 'ololirl Ware nud Minn Itaiimey's bnitlu-r Ni.niian. wlio fouubt with Fuiiston. Colminl Ware wrut a poem nlHiut him, the lirl linn of which read: I hv (t a wrallliy urlgMxir Who ! llvlntf wIiIidiiI Inlior. Whu ti CMnli nii1 iK'hila nn. I nurk n1 iika run init t.) illnr Anil 1 hsvn noilisr ni-liililxir I.lvlns by t tin tmril-! Iilir. Wliu's ten! n 'ruriiili-ih Kat;i tiy out on thn nktoltiK lit Tlire' no fun In Ik-Imh wrury. Hut If you nlnnilit l'ii t)" iiuTy Wtilcll of thuaa two -"l a larn WOul ynu tako? Unll. I ijiIii. Nn( Ilia man D al K"t Otn uinni-y. Hut th tUttti i.,it'a k 0'' a.inny--Uol ttin auuriliiK. Hp i a nrllriK buy dowi on ilia (gh;Ut llr.r- LADY COOPER. Siator of Jamea Honry Bmith May Ba Richatt of Women. '1 he ileal li t Juuu't 1 1. Miry .Smith lu Japnn wlilli- on his wi'iIiIIid; tmir mnil his slatir, I.inly 'iH.j.i.r. wife of Hlr (iii.rk'B Aleiiimlcr CiapH-r, Hurt, a (Is lire of liitenuitioiiul luti-rent. If sha hIiuuM Inlu'ilt a I'lUisMi-ratilc Hit m from her brother's cttr, It w.ml l pruluitily make her tin il. Iii.- I wounui In thu world, h'he I alt'i-ndy wen'Ihy. She wu .Miss Mnry Ciuiiim Sinllli. ilaiiKhter of (eoi'Ke N. Smltli of Kvatistiili. III. There were roT:il ih"!iitm mil ! tefs, hut the two oMi-r rhll.lri n. .lame 'i S a I Give us a trial. .Store in the brick buildidkT next door to 1'oBt & King sa loon, ,akeview, Oregon. The regular price of these 4 great publicat. sis - Our Price - - - - - $7.00 $5.0o SUBSCRIPTIONS, NISW OR RENEWALS, TO ANY OF "THE BIG FOUR" MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. SEPARATE SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE MAGAZINES WILL NOT BE RECEIVED. TUB FOUR PUBLICATIONS MUST BE SENT TO ONE ADDRESS. Lake County Examiner, Lakevi w, Oregon. ECZIiMA and PILECUR3 FREE Knowing what It was to suf fer, 1 will give VHKK OF CHAIttjK, to any allllcted a positive euro for Eczema, Halt Kheum, Erysipelas, riles und Skin Diseases. Instant re lief. Dont suffer longer, "Write F. XV WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Avenue, New York. Enclose Ktuiuq. Reward. 1500 Reward will be paid by tho Lake County Woolrowers Association to anyone giving information leading to tbe arrest aud conviction of any person or persona changing tbe marks i Truntu ni if 1 11 1 n if nt nirivlmf Bnv teep belonging to members of this Usociaiion. B. li. Chandler, President J. N. Watsou, Secretary, "'.K!r "A "I'.MT M . e ('.,. V vu, t:.:uic!.i.jy n.'i o .... Ncwni'APr.R 07 : ;:: CIItCULA'ilW. ci:tvi; uii tL lateU i.ewi of the wcin' ir equally ncccary to you. "v.p to Cito man" will proviii. inisi'.f v;ilh theco two (..; -e'ti.t. "o-.tt.tTf.-s of prcRTes. In THE TWICS.A.VLL SPOKESMAN. REVIEW, Spo l;a:ie, Vash., will be foand th very latest news of the world, its matter including informatio-i on uolitica, commerce, asjiculturib raining, literature, as well sn thr local happenings in the states of Montana, Oregon, Idaho, V'i.h tagton and the province of F.riti b Columbia. In addition, its col umr.s for women, its pcpulai science articles, its short and con tinued stories, its "Answers to Correspondents and "Purz! Problems" combine to form homo newspaper that at S1.00 n:v year can nowhere be excelled. US AUVEIITISINO VAM'R. 1'iThupa jroo haa aomathlna t i . rnrin. a tain, farm marMnarr. Vuu i" m I'h to bujr oini.thlnt Tha baat t,...iM, ay to communlcata with paopla who ai.t in hny or aall In by laaartlnc a aitiall an "iiNmit Id Tha apokaaman-Itrvlrw r.irir.rra. iiwkm.n, lumharman and mln -r tak tha TWIUK-A-WKKK. If ynu wlah tu raarh bualnaai mn aui-n..-.nrn. uaa tha DAILT ar iUNDAI Til? TWICM A-WKKK KiTEl ARB ln tvata par Una aach loaartlaa. Cgaai la wo'it to a Una. ' T1IW .'A Il.T AND flt'NDAT H.TI r,. .UNSril'lTIVE INSKIITIONIL Umi , tlrnna .,, 43, Mni.a ,,, lima t tlirma tllliaa I. THE Hi;.Vr)AT AI.OMII Tan c.nt. par In,, .ach ii.,t,.,. t-Vi la arorila to a liu " Vi" A OIlK KMH TIK SPllltr-.HWtN.KKviKW, BtMikait. Haa aVrlta yo, ad plainly ,nnii,, .. , W atampa ar muii.y ,.r f, ,,., Inaartlun. a..lral. a.,d ,i , . "J ' ' at 1 8 Words- 24 Words i I.AIjY t'OUl Kll. Henry uud Mary Eininii, it favor Hi's with their fitther's cuiisln, the rli'li ici luiic, (JeoiK'o Hm 1 1 It, known us "Chi cago" Smith, who, though the owner of much properly lu this couutry, resided for iniiiiy jciirs In England. Ho took charge of the expense of their educa tion n in! whiMt hi) tiled h-rt them the hulk of his fortune. It U supposed dial .1. lines Henry mid his sister euch received aliout 1,1 s s,s k fronr thu great estate of their father's cousin, .lumen Henry Muilth suliHciuctitly ho came a llguro In New York society, be ing kuowu us "Silent" Suillh ou ac count of his aversion to loipiaelty about his u Hairs. The sister married in 18M7 Sir Ceorgo t)oper, who wus a hard working country barrister when his wife Inherited her lull lions from "Chi cago" Smllh. The t hangu In his tluuu clal cli'cuinstunces caused hlni to give up the pructlcu of law aud adopt the life of a country gentleman. BIr George aud Lady Cooper have two sous and ono daughter. Should any largo portion of "Blluut" Hmltb'a estate go to Lady Cooper It would, with her original Inheritance of $50,000,000, put her ahead of Mrs. Hetty Ureen aud Mrs. Anuo Welghtmau-Walker In the rauks of rich women. Au Interesting phase Is added to the situation by tha possibility 0f a iiuatuumoua belr to tbe lute "aikint" Built h.