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LAKE COUNTY KXAMIN'KR. I. Ahll.VIKW. ORKOON, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1W8
PrttMtrjt Thxlor Roowll
VlfM-Fmldent ChM.W. Flrbnkt
Rccmar? of SUM Kltbn Root
flocmry of TrMnry Oeo. B. i'ortlrou
Pacretary of War ' H. Ttt
Attorney General Com. J- Bonprtt
roetmaotcr General Von U Meyer
Peoret.ryof Ktt V. C. Metralt
8ecreiry Interior U. GarfMd
decretory of Agriculture Jamci ilton
Secretary of Commerce 0rar V. ftrui
Chief Ju.Uofj MelTllle W. Fuller
Veapatlon Warner. P. 9. TVa.lon CommlMloner
W.8. Richard., V. P. Land ComnilMiont'l
Governor Geo. Chamberlain
Bnpi. me Judge T.k. Moore
Betre'.ary of Stale w. Pennon
Treamrer Geo. A. Steel
Attorney General A. M. Craw ford
Buy. t. Tubllc lnimiction 1-H Acaerman
Printer W. 8. Punlway
Palry and rood Cora J. W. 3i'ry
i John V. Gearta
C .8 Senator. j c. w. Kit. ton
Congreaamen j ,. u mums
txi-ii jrntriAL iMTi.1.
Judge L- B''""" i
Joint Senator . H. Merryman i
S II. P. Belinay I
Kepreentat:ve J H. a. Brattain j
Attorney.... W J- M,r
C S. LANP OFKICE. I
Fred V. CronemilU r R velvet i
LAKH OOl'NTT. J
Clerk F. W. I'ayne
Snerlff AIN rt I'ein J
Treaaurtr F. O. AhtMroin j
aaaesaor A- f"ot. r ,
SchoolSnpt K. B. jH.-fcsoti ;
Snrvevor C. M. Faulkner i
'. . t C. A. Itehart '
CommUniouers ; H K Heryior.l !
Stock Inanw-tor Vim. 1'remlfoot
TOWS OF l.AKKV'EW. j
Harrv Bailey Mayor j
V. 8ne!l!nij ) , !
D.J.Wilcox ( Coiut'iluien i
J. K. Watwu ( !
J.8. Lane j
w. B. Snider Recorder j
l. O. U. W. Lakesbore Lode. No.
77, A. O. U. W., meets first and j
third Thumla.ve of each month in
Masonic hull. Cora Green, C. of 11.;
relma Price. L. of 11.: Vida (Sui.th-i
er, C. of C; F. L. Nyuwaner, lie-;
EEBEKAH LOIXJE Lakeiew He
bekah Lodjre, No. 22, 1. O. O. F. j
meets the nccond and fourth Fri-i
davs of each month In I. O. O. F. !
haiL Mrs. Mae Bailey. N. G.; Mra. !
Alice IJuntlnc. V. tJ.; Mrs. M. D. j
Moss, Sec.; Mrs. L. J. Magiltou, i
DEGREE OF HONOR Lakeahore
L Lodge, No. 77, D. of H., A: O. U. W.,
Meets first and third Thursdays
of each month in Masonic ball. '
Cora Green, C. ot U. ; Selma Price ,
L. of H. ; Vida Gnother, C. of C. ;
Frances Nyswaner, Recorder. !
W. O. V.Lake lew Camp, No. 520. :
Woodmen of the World, meets on
the second and fourth Wednesday;
of each month in Masonic hall at'
8 o'clock p. ill. L. Hniley, Consul;
Commander; E. N. Jaquish, Clerk j
I. O. O. F. Lakeview Lodne, No.!
6,'J, I. O. (. F.. meets every Satur-.
day evening in Odd Fellows' hall;
at 7:3ii o'clock from Octoter 1 to '
April 1. and at o'clock from April
1 to OctolnT Loren Uailey, .. 1
G.; E. F. Cheney, Svc. -iia.
I. O. O. F. Lakeview Encampment
No. IS. I. O. O. F.. meets the first
ami third Thursday eveniuus of
each month in ( hid Fellows' hall,
Lakeview. 11. R. Heryford, C. 1'.;
C. O. Metzker, Scribe.
MKTHOMST EM.-fOI'AL C'H L'RCIf TH E
first fcuudhy in citi'ti mumti, pr'w:liiinr at 11
a. in. Axi'lr from thi. j.reti'-hiij; ev.-ry Sun
day at 11 a. iu.HU'i 7:. -op. rtt. at I-nk.-vUvv.
feundtty Siiool at 1U a. in. Ixf-at' at 6: ' .
m. frayr Mei'ti:ir Thurs'tar 7 :') . in.
l.H li.s Ant W.-dm -siiay pj in. ''tmir
prat tise Kriday 7 : iO p in A fordial inviia
llon is tjcti-iiu. 0 t. vonn.
A. J. AttMHTKOXfl, I'astor.
FIKST BAPTIST C'H L In 'H ht i.oo.-K LAKt
at Net fiiiv Ctwi, Oil I'r.-ai ;. ; i.i; r-
vin-s at 11 A M anil 7 p ! iif . tti-n .-;.nlMy,
of every month . i 1 1 1 n y . nool at 1" A.M.
J'raivr iM-rvic- at 7 'W ii ll'tilii'-rtdv .t-n:ii- '
of a-h wee'l. All t. v fin .in..y 'iavi'tU t
atu-ud . he rvi. i-n
J. J1.WJ.KX HOWAP.fi. PaMi.r.
FIRST BAl'TI-T 'IH'1!''J1 '! I.. KKVIK .V -I'ri
ai'lmii: -ervii- at 11 A M aiid I' M nn !
each hninlHV. nunday nju) at In A M. i
Junior Hocir'y at i::v I'M. iiupii-t VnniiL'1
i'etpi.''fc 1 niim at ' r''1 1 P i on i-a l' ?-nnUav.
Prayi-r Mi'i-tnu- at 7::) I'M t , ,in.-.lay iv.
ninu. Kvci -j Li i iv in-, ii I ait-lid nil k-r- '
vkvs. A.H:ANK Hi M M'j, pBii.r.
CATIIoi.lr fill 1:1 H -r:KK V .-I'MiW MA-S
ami Hi-in did ion nt I" u h. mj . .-iiihIhv
Schiidl Ui'lM Bl-Ih !,( ., mi. W,.k 1l.1v h-k a'
C::w a. in. I. a. VA.-T , .. J
Blueprinlsof any town
ship in the Ink view
Land District can be had
by applying to the under
signed. All work up to
date. Checkings made
from the Land Of
fice Records at the time
the prints are made, work
neatly and promptly
W. B. Snider.
Cotton Good Smart Rather THaM
Pretty Not In the Li at.
The moat striking feature of the new
cotton timtcrlnl In aniartnoM rather
than ppottlness. Bold plalda and
checks there are. otld geonie tried ef
fects, now "vlw roil" patterns nud tiny
and ou dots. Somehow one miasm
the flower. ' which from time luime
niorl:il li.ive fulfilled accepted Idenla of
what Is proHr In miimuery sturTa.
There Is a feeling of sadness whoa
oue looks over the array of wash poods
displayed In the shops for the season
of l!tS. for the old favorite, the or
irandle. Is missing. Iitnitles have tak
en their place, hut not the familiar
flalnty Irish dimity that we all loved
ia, even the new dimities have taken
BEVES GOKU SKIET WT5.
A pakrn -f this new skirt may be had
In ix sizes from Z2 to 32 waist measure.
Bend 10 cents to this office, giving num
ber (3475) and waiat measure, and It will
be promptly forwadel to you by mall.
oc an air of "smartness." The patterns
ire in dashing stripes or plquautly
Halted skirt models will te as popu
lar as ever next spring, and the Illustra
tion shows a very smart one. Pattern"! I
having five, seven or nine gores are
most practical, the seven pored model j
being the most desirable for stout flg- ;
tires. These not only tend to make the :
hips appear smaller, but are more
easily fitted. The skirt shown Is a !
seven gored affair. It should be cut j
by laying the center of the front gore !
ou a double fold of the goods length- !
wise, with the bottom edge of the pat- j
tern along the end of the material. !
JUDIC CIIOLLET. j
SNAPSHOTS OF THE MODE.
Jewels the Smart Girl Affect:
Binding on Tailored Coats.
The cameo bracelet ntid earrings in
dicate the return to favor of this old
time stone, and conspicuous in the list
of novelties is a belt buckle of gold in
the form of a cat's head, the eyes be
The black silk braid that edges many
of the new cloth suits requires heavy
pressure to make It look well, so If
used by the home dressmaker should
be taken to the tailor for the pressing.
Coin shaped pieces of material ap
plied on wide hercuIt'S braid Is per
haps the most rapid and least expen
sive of any of the new trimming.
Plain linen waists are always In
good tasie, and hand embroidery Is on-
aioui:r. roa linen waist Z'O'j.
A pattern of tills shirt waist may be had
In six sizes from 'i'i to 42 bust measure.
Bund 10 CfutB to this tifilce, giving r.um
ber (Jij'J) and but rnuuBure, and It Will bs .
promptly forwarded by mall.
doubtedly the daintiest trimming. The
popular wallachiun work Is effective on
the heavier qualities, but on sheer lin
ens French embroidery and eyelet work
are used. A novelty of the season la to
embroider white waists in colors. The
effect Is pleasing, and If care la taken
when laundering them the colors will
not fade. Of course this work must ha
done with wash cotton that cornea (01
thla purpose. The waist In the cut Is
of linen worked In colored cotton.
The New High Belte Color Toiehee
en Lingerie Frocke.
Most of the new hlch liclts are fln-
' Ished In oue long end with n tassel.
This Idea Is carried out even In uiorti
. Intf dresses, voile or Hnee n ml Is lo
, coming to the average figure, partlcu
I larly as the new princess ilress Is so
much the ratio. The l'lt at present Is
, not fastened directly around the wuNt
I line, hut slightly above If. In nl'e the
skirt a very Ion line In front and on
' The lingerie white divsses shown !n
the shops have some touch of color i'i
embroidery or lace, but the all over
embroidery coats trimmed wlih iaiH
aro pure white. These are ery useful
to wear lu the late afternoon, an.l.
A JCMPEB C08TCME 3U70.
A pattern of this ugoful jumper frock
may be had In aeven aires from 33 to 44
Inches want tneusure. Send 1) cents to
this offlce. givinK number 70). and It
will bo promptly forwarded to you by
while they could not be accused of be
ing warm, they do add a certain air of
dressiness to a toilet.
This same mammoth taste seems also
to have Influenced the designs of fou
lards and chiffons, for the season's pat
terns are out of proportion gigantic,
in fact. The little old fashioned prints
have given place to huge bunches of
sunflowers and bunches of orchids. It
takes many tucks nud plaits to reduce
the size of the designs to human form.
It Is believed by some women that un
amateur cannot make and llulsh n
gown that will compare with those
coming from the bauds of a profes
sional tailor. This, however. Is an ex
ploded theory, for many dressmakers
do turu out more chic gowns than does
the average low priced tailor. The
Jumper contume Illustrated Is easy to
make and to give a professional air.
Fascinating Beach Hats For Children.
For children fascinating beach hats
are those of lingerie build, iu which
a muslin crown and the bow at the.
front are In one piece, befrilled nnd In
set with lace. The muslin is In a cir
cle similarly trimmed. P.otb biim and
A HMAItT WAIBT 3339.
A pattern of this fancy waist may be
hal In six bIzi-h from 22 to 40 Inches bust
mi astire. Semi V) cents to this oflice, fclv
IriK number CJM'J). and It will bo promptly
forwarded to you by mail.
crown can be lifted from the frame
when laundering becomes necessary.
Colored blouses of striped and check
ed Chluu ii nil JupuiicKo bilk and bhecr
lawns and butlstes are the novelties In
wulstdom this spring. Those of the
cotton fubrlcs have whlto linen cuffa
and collars, with u half Inch banding
of the wuistlng stitched Out about a
half Inch from the cuff and collar edge,
'ibis dressy waist Is made without
shoulder seams and therefore Is not
desirable for goods with a nap or np
and down. As It is repeatedly said,
one cannot have too many separate
waists, for, no matter how extensive
one's wardrobe, this article of feminine
apparel has a place which cannot be
filled. JUDIO CIIOLLET.
Blue Print Mad.
t will tnnke Mue Prints of nn
trnct 1 1 land In the I. like view Ijtnd
district, nud 1o nls tract work.
'all on or write IV. 11. SMDKIt
Uikevlcw, Ort'Kiin. ISt(
Dealer In Real iiatat
1 have listed aoma of the test
Ranches, Timber ljtnda and Town
property In Northern California, a
country that U bound to Improve rap
idly. Alt urns, California.
1o Lure a Cold In On Day
Take I.AX ATI VK llkOMC QIMN1NK
Tablets. All drumilsts retund the
money if it (ails to cure. K. V. Grove's
MlKtiatuie is on each Ixix. ;!." .
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 l
came Hi'ipuinted with Dr. King's New
Life I'illH, the painleos purifiers that
cure headache and biliousness, and
keep the bowels right. 'Joo at Le
Heidi's Drug Store.
I f.'K) RF.WARD.
A RFAVARD of fifty dollar Is here
by offered for Information that villi
lend to the arrest and conviction of
any pel son w ho has stolen w ires or
other property, from our Company;
and the same reward Is lieieby olfered
for informal ion that w ill lead to the
arrest and convict ion of anyone des
troying the property f the Coinpiiny.
Secretary Lake Co. Tel. A Tel. Co.
i TO WHOM IT MAY CONCFRN.
j notice Is hereby irlven that nil Irrlgn
: timi. or miilruce ditches on nil trout
; Htrcams tbrougbt Luke County. Ore
. Uiill. must lie Hcrcened with n mIiimII
' mesh wire screening nt I heir bend or
junction with the initio chiimiel of
; st renin. Also nil diius or oliHtruct
: tons on sold streams must U pro
! vlded with n lUh-liulder. oroi Ihtciimv
means of insNige, at or m ar the mid
Idle of t he main channel, so it ill
j ovv the passage of trout at all times
of year, ns provided by law. Said
i work to be done at low water time.
or to lie completed by Feb. i, l!Hl7.
Ry order of .1 A. Rarhain.
SiH-clal Deputy llsh Warden for
The Oregon. Cnllfornlfv & Nevada
Livestock Protective Association
will jrlve flOoo liewnrd for the con
viction of any party or parties steal
ing horses, cattle or mules belonging
to any of the following inemlKTS of
Cox & Clark, Chewacan Land &
Cattle Co., Meryford Land & Cattle
Co., Lake County Lind & Livestock
Co.. Warner Valh'y Stock Co., Win
W. I'.rown. (5eo. M. Jones, t !. linn
kins. S. 15. Chandler. C. A. Rehart. N.
Fine, W.A. Currier. Frank 11. lUners,
.1. C. Ilotchklss, Cahlerwood l'.ros.,
T. J. Rrattaln & Sons. T. A. Cnimp,
Cressler & ltonncr, W. T. Cressler
Maud I. Rniuho.
( W. P. llF.iiVKoltl.. Presld't
j F. M. Mil i. Kit. Sec & Treas.
W. P. Mf.kyi'oiiii
FlNAMK C.'M.F. M. fillF.KN
S. R. ClIAMH.KK
ECZEMA and PILECURE
FRtt Knowing what It was to suf
fer. 1 will give FRKi: OF CHARCK,
to any utlllcted a positive cure for
Izema, Salt Rheum, Fry si pel as.
Piles and Skin Diseases. Instant re
lief. Dont suffer longer. Write F. W.
WILLIAMS, 4D0 .Manhattan Avenue,
New York. Lnclose Stamp.
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Edited by an Able Corps of Writers.
The American Farmer is the only Literary Farm Joiinial"uh
lished. It fills a position of its own find lias taken the lead
ing place in the homes of rural pcoplc'inj'Ovcry section ol
the United States. It gives the farmer find his family
something to think about aside from the hum
drum of routine duties.
Every Issue Contains an Original Poem by SOLONJL. (lOODH.
Within the Next Ninety Days We Offer
TWO For the PaiCC Of One: TIlC Lake , County Examiner
The Leading County Paper and The American aihntr
BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $2
his unparalleled offer is made to all new subscribers, and all old
ones who pay up all arrears and renew within ninety days.
Sample copies free. Address:
Fred J. Bowman, Lakeview, Oregon.
Northern Stage Line.
A. W BRYAN. Proorietor.
Leaver l.akevicw at 0 a. m.
every day but Huiuiay.
neluriiiiiK, leaver Taialey
at fi :.h() a. in every day but
PuHUn'i' arc Ii Ha4 Iris
Ori'ICB HernnliU A Wlnaflel.r.. uikevla
II K. Htaata, I'mp'r.
Office in lilebcr' 5 to re
Slaye leaves Lakeview daily, el
tvpt Nimlay at tl a. in. Arrive
at Aliiiiaa Ml ll p. m.
N-ave- Alluras f.r Lakeview at
ii o'i liH'k a. m. or on the arrival
ollle atittte (nun Ms'leline. Ar
rive in l.akeriew in I'J boiira al
ter Icavinu Altiirii".
r-'reldht Mnttcr - (liven
Strict - Attention ...
first - Class - Accomodations.
P. K. Tavlor. Prop.
nffl.- nt It. Urvnol.U' Store I
Stane leaves lakeview Mondays, Wel
ncctlaya and Fridays at t a. in., arrive
at i'lu.h al 1' p. lu. Leave I'nikli Tuea
lays, Tliurmlaya and Haturdnya, at 6
in., arrive at lakeview at 0 p. m.
I'aancner fare f.'i one may or t1 (or
round trip. Freight rates from May
lat to Nov. lt f .75 per hundred ; I row
Nov. 1st to May let f 1.00 ir butnlre
S 1,250 Reward.
Thr llartiry coimtj
I. Iv Mm k Aaaorla-
tluti. ol wlilrli I am
a tin-in !n-r . ; ;fj
t rwnl forpvliUuirc
i iM IT) tf" Vi u aiiiUK u 111 cull-
ImiKliiir In Ma mi ni
tM-ra. In aitilitimi 1
i.fTi-r lau ri-Hanl.
Ilnrai tiratut Intra'.
alio liar nn t ltlmr
tir tMith JaHa. Ko-confi-il
ItanitF. Ilarnt-r. ljike ami 1 rmik I'miiitlca
tloriM a i nteit lii'ii aiilil llnnu a anlil in pan
thriMikh llila ai-i tlnn will Im ri-.orti'i In Ihla
ati r. It imt no ri-orii-il, iili'i. writp ir tli
illume TI10 THiifi lli ralil. Main S.'l, lliirna, Ore
gnu. VV . W .Xruvt 11, liurna. ore-
Reward for Morses
1 will nlve ."i.(Hl reward for Inform
ation that will lend to the discovery
of any horse branded with an old
horseshoe brand 011 both jaws, placed
as In the cut III this advertisement,
with fresh t rlaimle brand underneath
the horseshfs'. The triangle placed
In such a manner as would cover up
a bar on both jaws. Animals must
be found III the possession of some
person or persons.
1 lit' .
To All Our
Blfiatara . jfTuZ
..nl.i aklh Anil lMIrllSIin mmT
auli'dlr ai'woniw "tr oiiinlmi (,mm liwli.f
ll'uia.iriellre.nl.UiIUI. HANUHOnK nil faiH
Mill IriMt. Ol.lMl .ifln-r fi'f niMiis l""'-
rmn.n taken llirwuah Muiin i . rl
tpr. iut nrtW, nllhoHlvhama, lu lb
A r.n1a.m.l llln.ral1 ktr I arat M-
rulallun nf r ai'lonlinn Imiriial. 1 anna, A
ti.ri (mr nionlba. L rttiW lijtall nwaitlj.
Mrwrii nitira, ,r t at, Waabluaiim. U U
Tbo Lrtuflof Papr of
Th" San Francisco
Tba Vfry kal nikl)r Nawspapur
pubitaJiaJ ta liv aollr Waal.
$1.50 a Year
Ibr-lmliiia Kft(r fa any tfk't if IK.
i titul MfiUKj, ( aaa'la at.u kl.ili-u
It la aM-at baoauaa, boid
p-lnt'n all the nws of lh world
1 ci a In an Iniaraktln; way
aiiJ ' u 1 1 y llluxratlnr many
nr:l'-si. It has ko!ai dspark-m-
a i vod to
H V i IC'JUvJKJI
Th- ara pidi trrsr Vy
ton havlnf a Ihoiogjh know
e.t. fl of ihclr tpaaialtlas. Tl
Lci dkvatad to Afrculruia,
Hofticu rura. Poultry and Uva
ocu ar all l.lua'rated aid
'I lad with matter al tha f'aieat
IniT'il la all aojk(d la lhaaa
in UiHilai, arary Una bla
ritn by thoaa vhe ara In eloaa
loucr af!tl ooodlllank prarvallliif
on ihla Coast.
LtHD FOR SAMPt-I COPT.
It tll a aaM fra.
D yea araal ta Call' !
Showtnf the UaitaWi Srataa, Da
mlnlon of Canada aaal NanKara
IV.eiloo a aid, MAP OP
THE WORLD, arafaamtiaf ta vWtr
la tma ooatlnafraa anas srtut alt
aiaaa ta traa araaorrJoa. tb a
Bra surfasat W aa Karta ata tSa
Sm4 U aaat
Is asM yaar.
The Dally and Map
mJi tiilaaji aaaU
Oriiy tip t Yar
M. M. TVO