We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from Impure blood, thin blood, de bility, nervousness, exhsus lion, you should begin at once wiih Aycr's Sarsnparllla, ihe Sjrsaporllla you have known i I your life. Your doctor k.iowsit.too. Ask him about It. t'nli-H l.r U lUllf -tnn nf h bwlt. liHaiMnma .i.mIim mrm l.t. rau.ltig hH rexnillnif Ilia flt..r!ll ft'itn dulnf II, Ik A.i-r't Till llr plUa. Aelutir, all " A ! HUiirMlurati 7 HAM VIOOR. AIII1B CI BR. Cllt.BRV I'HCTORAL. yers Yf, k,( no rU 1 W. publlth Ih hraalu of til our dlalCM. II .H. Ktt'vmm, of Silver Lake, Iimh been up to 11 liuivlllii to enct a moii iiintint (in tlxt gruvin nf hi puri'tit. Limt TliiirMiluy whilo riding tho range, W. C Nelf, head forest ranger, was painfully Injured ly liU home fulling with Ii 1 in. 1IU collar bono wan broken. Mr. Ingram lirotiiihi lilm in from Iorf lake to have tbe bone set. Mr. Nelf U KttluK along nicely. Tho move made by Engineer Mr. Murphy, offering 1 a day for labor ers, produced trie desired result, says the Klnmuth Fulls Republican, and UUirnri aro Hocking hero from all ov er the Coiiht, ami he now tins nearly uougb iiu n to dig the Keno ennui. Dr. Wlthaiii of Paisley states thut be will leave for Europe about the first of NovetuWr to take a post graduate course lu medicine. The Dr. will re turii home about Much UrsL Ho will visit hiii parent in England while abroad. Mm. Witlmm will not make the trip. The O'Malley Mister, advertised io Tho Examiner to be lu Lukvlew Oct, the 25lh. aro well known hero, and as tbey have heretofore given high-clans performances here, we do not hesitate to aunouuco their coining with full confidence that their erfortnanee will be up to the standard. Mr. J. V. Hatfield, representing the Huil th Premier Typewriter Co., made Lakevlew a visit this week. He had ome beautiful machlue to show, and succeeded in selling several. The Smith Premier la well known to be a standard machine, and there can be no doubt a to Its great qualities. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Woodcock, who came up from Reno last week on m visit with their sou and daughter, Mr. E. K. Woodcock and Mrs. O. W. Johnson and their families, expect to go to California tbls winter. Mr Woodcock has beet. In the blacksmith business in Reno for three years, and sold out bis shop there receutly. H.Bchrooder came down form Sll- arriving here Sunday, with Mch be delivered to Bailey il. He was eight days on (Jus says tho roads are jg terrible, In some places able for heavy teams. Oue In Hummer Lake valley, he says, -tad to go tborugh a field. Mrs. W. II. Shirk and her mother, Mrs. Crow, left for Kino and JJerke ley last Saturday. Mrs. Crow will not return to Lakevlew tbls but Mrs. Shirk expects to about the Holidays. The people of Lakevlew have learned so to love Mrs. Crow, that her departure for an ex tended absence Is attended by many regrets. A Tonnlngaen and wife, of Ontario, Oregon, Miss (Jeue and Annie Ton nlngsen arrived here first of the week, and will remain about a month on a visit with old friends aud relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ton nlngsen will leturn to Ontario at tho end of that time. They are enjoy lug the pleuusre of the lineup at the land oltlce. Asmus says they aro dolug nicely lu the hotel bus iness at Ontario. Simple llomit Recipe, (let from Buy prescription plmniia cist the following : Fluid Extract Dandelion, one half- otinra : Comnomirl Karuon. one ounce: Comound Syrup Sarsnparllla, threo ounces. ' Shake well In a bottle and take a teaspoonfiil dose after each menl and at lied time. The above is consldred by an emi nent authority, who writes In a New York dally paer, as tho finest pres cription ever written to relieve Hack- ache, Kl Incy Trouble, Weak Madder and all forms of Urinary dlllleultle. This mixture acts prompllr on tho diminutive tissues of the Kidneys, enabling them to (liter and strain the uric acid and other want matter from the blood which causes Rheumatism. Some persons who suffer with the allllctloiis may not feel inclined to place much confidence In this simple mixture, yet thoso who have tried It say the results are silmply sin prising. Ihe relief being elfeted without the -lightest injury to the stomach or other organs. Mix some and give it a tial. It certainly comes highly recommended. It is the prescription of an eminent authority, whono entire reputation, It is said, was established by it. A druggist here at home when asked stated that ho could either supply the Ingredients or mix the pres- crlptiion for our readers, also re commends it as harmless. 1 ItaiM flood llores. Mr. Joel McCiillough, the gentleman who has been selling Hue stallions here for the past year, brought from Iowa, arrived here tlrst of tho week with a couple of fine three year old stallion colls that are simply gieat. Mr. MoCiilloiiKh says ho intends to make this valley his Western head quarters for a few years, at least, and will endeavor to keep always on hand a supply of the kest stallions to be had in the world for sale . He says this Is now the greatest undeveloped country iu the United States; he has traveled all over and has seen nothing liko it anywhere. He has written to friends of bis in the Hast, who have money to Invent, and believes they will come here to investigate. Mr. McCullougb, and bis business is wel comed in this county, bs the raising of good horses is a sure and proper pursuit. O'Malley Sisters Coming. Professor O Malley'a mucslcal, dancing and comedy company, eight up-to-date performers, will give a two hours' performance on Friday aud Saturday evenings, Oct 25th and 2Cth. Songs dances, muBlc, mirth, mim icry, funny acts and farces. Social dance after the show. This Is said to be one of the best shows on tbe cir cuit, and as a laugh, is better than a doctor's prescription ; come out and get curad of the blues. Reserved seats for sale at Thorntons' Drug Store. 43-2 How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any rase of Catarrh that can not te cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. dinner k Co.. Toledo (). We, tho undersigned, have known V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and.believe him perfectly honorable in all business transaction and financial ly able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. Welding, Hitman k Marvin, Wholeasle DruggUts, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation 5tood off the rtazera. About .10 second year students at the Corvallis Agricultural College undertook to haze Robert Olph, a first year student from Prairie City, (irant County, a few nights ago. Young Olph fought the hazors do speratrly and warned them that some one would get hurt if they did not leave hi mi alone, but the threats only spurred the bazers on. Olph was to get a ducking in the fountain as the first steps to hazing. He finally (drew a pocket knife and began slashing right and left. Two of the liazers, John Kelley, of Kugene, Richard Skibble, of The Dalles were seriously cut. This is Ix lleved to be the end of hazing at the Agricultural College. NOTICE. Town Warrants Nos. 7t4 -870-002 J07 yOtf 91W 1015 1017 are payable at the office of A. Bieber Town Treas urer. Interest on same baa stopped. 1 A. Bieber. Town Treasurer. La fjrande an Advertiser. The La Oraude Commercial Club has taken advantage of the fact that the iwssanger traloa stop there from ten to fifteen minutes while changing engines, baggage, etc., and have erect ed an exhibit building, and before the trains reach tbe depot an announcement Is made that all who de winter, j Bre to do B0 can get off and look return ! hmiiuli the exhibit ball. A lecture is delivered to the passengers Twice a week tbe ladies distribute flowers to each and every passenger tiAaiitiful bouauets on each table in the dining car, accompanied by a card "Compliments of La Orande." On some occasions tbey have distributed prunes to every passenger, and placed prune jelley on each taple in the diulug uar, accoui ranted by cards bearing: "CompH ments of La Orande. Made from ('.mixta llnnda prunes wltn uranue Roude sugar." DUtrlbutiona of ap ples is advertising that caunot ueip but bring results. Hard Timet In Kanss. The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of to-day ; although a citizen of Cudell, Earl Shamburg, has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered. He says: "1 was won out aud discouraged by coughing nlgbt and day, and could find uo re lief till I triod Dr. Kings New Discov ery. It took less than one bottle to completely cure me." The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by Lee Beall drug store 50c aud tl.OU. Trial bottle free. Oregon, an Egg Importer. Mr. W. B.Olafke, a member of the Board of Governors of the Portland Commercial Club, has put before the Club some intensely interesting figu res on tbe poultry and epg business. for general circulation throughout tbe State. One hundred carloads of eggs alone were shipped into tbe State of Oregon during tbe past twelve mouths. These would average the year round, fJGO.OOO per car. Oregon growers supply tbe chief demand for turkeys, ducks, geese, and chickens, but four times tbe present produc tion wuold find a ready borne market, while in eggs we might multiply by ten ana sun toe prices would pay as well as any product grown either on the farm or in tbe orchard. mm if 4 t-.JUU .! Ulta 100 to 1 in the Dottle and the Label; Here s you can get it by ji the DeBt. Jesse Whis A Ptrf.ct Blend of : WhiAi ON SALE AT ALL FIR HI Dear Old Mother. "My dear old mother who is now eighty three yeais old, thrives on Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Bran son, of Dubliu, Ga. "She haa taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite, feela strong and sleeps well." That's the way Electric Bitters affect the aged, and tbe same happy results follow in all cases of fe male weakness and general debility. Weak ,puny children too, are greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed also for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by Lee Beall Druggist 50c. COFFEE The dealing is simple. If you don't like Schil ling's Best, it costs you nothing. Your trocar rclurot rur soaj If rn eoi't likt il; pay him. Out Of Sight. "Out of eight, out of mind," is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound that been treated with llucklcn'a A ruica Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind and out of existence. Piles too aud chilblains disappear uuder its healing influence. Guaranteed by Lee lieall, Druggbt. 25c. A Criminal Attack on an luotiensive cltlzeu is irequeutiy made iu that anpnrently useless littlo tube culled the "appendix." It's generally the result of protracted con stipation, following Hvor torpor. Dr. King's New Life Pill's regulate the liver, prevent appendicitis, aud et-tub- lish rogulur habits of the bowels, Hoc. at Leo Ruall's drug store. Melvin D. Williams. Civil and Irrigation Engineer. Maps, Plans, Blue prints promptly and accurately prepared, ah classes 01 sur veying guarantee. offices Klaumth Fulls ud Lakevlew, Ore, LAKEVIEW MERCANTILE CO. Our Winter Stock of Men's and Boy's clothing is now here and we have the most up-to-date line of Clothing, Overcoats, Rain Coats Etc. ever shown in Lakeview. We also have complete lines of Ladies' and U I1 ' ' Children'swinter underwear Ladies9 Waists, Skirts. Coats and everything needed for Winter wear. Rubbers and Overshoes of all de- scriptions, come and get your winter OUTFIT WHILE LINES ARE COMPLETE. LAKEVIEW MERCANTILE CO. L CHARLES E. RICE. Director Lakeview Citizens Hand, will give les sons on all brass instruments cornet and slide trombone a specilaty also mandolin. Lessons gvien amateurs on TioMn. 23-tX Axle SliV 3 Grease Helps the Wagon up the Hill Tha load seems lighter Wagon and team wear longer Yon make more money, and have more time to make money, when wheels are greased with Mica Axle Grease The longest wearing and most satisfactory labricant in the world. STANDARD OIL CO. OUR NEW QUARTERS The Lakeview Furniture Com pany has moved into the large Brick Building on Water street where a Large Stock of every thing usually found in a Furn iture Store will be kept Repair Shoo ..... & Geo. Winkleman tells a joke on tbe buocaroos up north. lie says while be was helping on a roundup this fall tbe boys got him onto a backing horse. He surprised them by lidng tbe bron cho, straight up, witbout loggering. He said it reminded him of olden days, when he "use-to-could" ride. Gold! Gold! Gold! DO YOU WANT WEALTH? Would you go mining in Nevada's rich mountains at a nominal cost? ONLY A FEW DOLLARS will put you on the ground flour and may put you on easy street. Many hare Invested a small amount In Nevada mining and are NOW INDEPENDENT FOR LIFE A trip to town, a long street car ride, a cheup excursion by rail were all luxuries THEN; a private auto mobile, a tour of Europe, a summer home down by the sea, are mere matters of choice, NOW. Stock in ihe lee Comstock Mining Company will do the work! It la Only 1 5 Cents a Share NOW Rush your orders. or write for particulars. LEE COMSTOCK MINING CO- P. O. Box 08, Uhyollte, Nev. LAKEVIEW FURNITURE STORE. Win. WALLACE , Prop'r I 1 j ELI RESTAURANT Located on Water Street, near the Post office. t of the Interior, Laud i liampton, deceased, notice is hereby eviewOrecou. Oct.. 21, Kiveu l th.e "iton. of. and all I persons having claims against said Final Proof Notice. Uepartmen Oltlce at Luke vie 1907 Notice is berebv given that William T. Kluizey , ononow Oregon, bus filed notice of bis iuteutiou to make final live year proof iu support of bis claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 2018 made April "'A 1W.2, for tue. KW4' SE S'i SW4' ec. 19 and NWi4 NWf4' Section 20, Towuship 37 8., liauge 20 E., W. M., and that said proof will be made before tbe Register and Receiver, at Lakeview Oregon ou 25th day of Novnuber, 1907. lie names tbe following wituesses to prove bis continuous residecue upon, aud cultivation of, the laud, viz : Frank Wilson. Otto llardisty, Miuto llardisty, Cbus. Ualiber. all of Lake- view Oregon. 42-5 J. N. Watson, Register. Meals at all Hours. Fresh oysters kept on hand during the oyster season. Fish and game in season Only First-class Restaurant jj in Lakeview. ! ELI, PROPRIETOR. j i w&szz sycafsj, -ce 'S.c s.-sls Notice to Creditors. IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR LAKE COUNTY. IN THE MATTER OK) THE ESTATE OF) J. CI; Hampton,) Deceased. ) Tbe undersigned having been ap pointed by tbe County Court of tlm State of Oregon, for Lake County, Admimstiator of tbe estate of J. t deceased, to present tnem verined as required by law, within six mouths after the first publication of this notice to said Administrator at bid residence iu Paisley, Luke County, Oregou. J. L. Hampton, Administrator of the estate of J. U. Hampton, deceased. 1 luted aud Qrst published this 2('th duy of September, 1907. 39 5 2351 made Nov. 8 1900, for the SWJ4 Section 21, Township 39 a, Range 24 E., W. M., and tbat said proof will be made before Register and Receiver, at Lakeview Oregon, on 6th day of Nov., 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, tbe land, viz: Jack Uarry, of Lakeview Oregou, W. K. Routson, James N. Givau, W. S. Wible, all of Adel, Oregon. 39-5 J. N. Watson Register. Final Prool Notice. Laud Office at Lukeview, Oregou, Sept. 20 1907. Notice is hereby given tbat Andrew Morris of Adel Oregon, has tiled no tice of bis intention to wake tiual Five Yenr proof in support of bis cluiui, viz; Homestead Entry No. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lakeview. Oregon, Sep. It), 1907. Notice is hereby given that William B. llailey, of Lakeview Oregon, has tiled notice of his intention to make final Five year proof iu support of his cluini, viz: llomestead Entry No. 3591 nmde Apiil 10, 190, for the S!-i NEV and E SE; Section 18. Town ship 28 S, R ange 21, E., W. M., and thut said proof will be made before Register and Receiver, at Lakeview Oregou, on 5th duy of November, 1907. He names tbe following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, aud cultivation of, the land, viz: Win. Rehurt, li. UruniHP, Will liiHUop, S. 11. Chandler, all of Lake-viev.- Oregcn. 38 5 J. N. Wutsou, Register.