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A Reliable Remedy
Ely';?, Cream Balm
l Hiitr V l ali.nrlird,
(llvti I. mini Hi One.
It ll llllHI'N, HlHll IK,
liciiU Hint piotcctH
III" lllhl IIHl'lf llj' lll.
I.nuiii riixuliiiiK fi,,ui Citarili and Orlvi-n
nwny liC.iM hi (I..-1. .11, (u. kly. It. ..tor. s
Out H, n. ni.f 'r,i... i,ii, Hun II. l ull hi,.
fill els. itl iiirIHr,u ir by mini. Liquid
(Iri'iim llitlni f,,r ii m. In iitiiinli rM 7," cl.
Liy Urol hern. Ml Wnrroii Hired, New Vork.
lakeview Ci(;ar Factory
S l ullh M i
Milker i if
(0"TKr Dill, KHB K.OI.IIITII
Olve iim it iruil. More In it..
Iiiiil'l,itf iirxl .l.uir In I'oHt A V.
Iimiii .nkevnm . Oregon.
i, if i
Nolcle & Reynolds
House, Sign and Carriage
Pa i ii ters
aperitif and Kalsoiuining
Otllec w lili WiHiilriM'k iWirncM
(iciicrnl I'.liickMinll Iim
Laki:vii:v . Okiigon
THE SUMMER GARDEN.
udy Color Effects Whan Laying Out 1
Flower Qeda. j
Joe nmnlciir wlm I m 1 1 in obtain
the -rcnlcnl kimiI pleasure fro:n t'i
flowers u run ninw should study the
churn tell ill. n i f cm I, kind In- i Ihh.mi'h
and nee Mini em Ii nerves ii purpose
Hlinil. In lute friiKi ' he will find
Mi i.i In mi iiilluli, wild iu n1, ihkI-ini
star nhnped wiiln- (loners, delightful
In Its pel runic mi n Hummer's evening.
II I.i mi cxi client ilmii fur a border
il!inli'. In front i.f iiilhr growing
lie Humid Minify color efTccln In lay
In nut IiIn flower beds For n lied
Where ii iiiiimh nf yellow In de rl K' '')
n 'iillfnriiln poppy Ii useful. I iiriHt
lie Him ii where It h to bloom, mm It
linen mil trnmpljllit well I'm' Hide
Mini (.ink feme i lump i,f kIii..c mil
double hullyliiH kn lire gmnl. phllitisl In
IIIIIHHCH. A lloucr Willi ll groWN lllllloMt
on high lis n hollyhock Im I C i i1 I m- k I i
IJohlcii Ulow. wlili h ir iluei'M ii wealth
of golden tlowcrn good for cutting.
In ii luii'L vii nl ciinlci. II Is n .,. : Hilt I.an4 toiler
PImii to devote the npi.ee In front of . "I'fi'" iit if thn Interior. U. H
one fe.iee to .Inhlh.H ..nil conmon for .!"': ''"lc"' art'lew, Oregon, Oct.
these ..re Hre . please the mont fns "snUv Ih hereby K,ven tl...t the'
tldloini (lower lover. If there happens j Ktnte of Oregon, has Hied In thin!
to lie n miiiiiy cxpontirc In the Kirderi , olllce ltd HrpliCHl I; to udeet, undnr I
liliuil il few pompon ( hryHiitit Ik iuiiiiik. !tlm rivlHlotjH of t he net nf ConmenH,
whl. h nre liiudy. They wilt j;lve nn , "I P'oved AiiKUHt H, 1H1H, mid thn hcIh
(Tif llve illcpliiv of liny imweri In the ' ,"IiI'I''"'-"IhI hiicI MmemlHtory thereto,
n in ii inn. The ilniiiiiuonill phloxeH nre
ri eedlnfly pretty low (.Tow Inn nn
There Is no r.reA tt nnyone tuffcr
long with thin dincnn, for to
pflrct a quick cure It la only necea
aary to luke a frw Atmrn of
Colic, O'.ubra and
In f t, in moat caara one doae la
anffu lent. Il never fnila and can be
relied upon in the moat aevere and
duneroua tun It la equally val
uuhle for childien and la the meana
of auviiiK the livea of many children
In the world'a Malory no medicine
haa ever met with greater ,iccrs.
PMICE 25c. LARGE SIZE 50c.
Coldi and Croup In Children
"My Ilill.- jlrl Ih nuhje. f to rolrln,"
aiiyn Mm. Win. II. Ki rltf, No 41 Fifth
St., Wheeling, V. n "Lnnt winter
aim hud a p.ever ipe and n terrll,
routfh Imt I enrcl her ulth ri,an.i,...
iHln'a Cou'Kh Kerneily without thn aid
or h iioeior. nnd my Httln huy Iihh
heen prevented nmny tirnen from
liHtlrm thn ernot. I, 1 1.. ii..i ..... ...
i -.. - t ... i...- . . i.T-i j ii n- ii.
I tliln nyrup Thin remedy In f r sale
liy Duly and 1 1 nil.
I - .
Tliniier Land, .oilre.
i I'epdrtiueiit of the Intel inr. U. H.
IBiid OHIen at Lukevlew, (Jn-Kon.
it let.. , Hill.
' N"M'",", 1h '"Tel y Kiven ttiM JOSKI'II
, I.I.IilOT. of I'll nil, Oieion, who, on
j Kept. ih, r.Mi.S, mniln TirnU r and
i Hlomi Af'plifMl ion, No. ihkki, for KK
'iiiiirter HV qiiHiter. H lialf KK miMr
ler, Keetloi, Township Yl H..
lnun K , Will. Meridian. Iihh Hied
lioliee or inl.iitinn o ifiake Filial
Proof, to entnl linh eliiim to the land
hliove l(.-crihed, l,ef(,re l;eiHter and
iCeeeiver, at l.nki view, Oiejion, on
the Zird. day of Ileecemder, I'.X'S.
Claimant iiamen a-wltneHien: John
A. Motrin. John II. (ireen, I N.
KulHay. Win. . lieneflcld, all of 1'lunh,
O Mm. J. N. Wataon, IieKinter.
W ANTE I)
A reireHilitntlve In thin ei.iiiitlj
by 11 Iniire real entitle cnrpi irni Ii m.
KH'Clll 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 -1 1 1 M to tllllMI- Who
WImIi til 'leculiie fllllltirlnll V 1 II t !--1
The Real Estate Security Co.
Fort Dearborn Bldg. Chicago, III,
IiiimIh. I ery nhowy In iiiiinn. They l.mt
bill n few weekn Iii liloom In ii wnrni
ami expoM.-l Kltiintlon.
(If the (lalillim the ein tlin and ilecor.l
the forniH nre Ih'oiiiIiik more nnd
more popuhir every year. They ahoiil l
Im pi. inted. If ponxllile. no their
lilimHoiiin In AiiKUHt. Septemlier nnd I
even Inter will help iniikv thv iMirden I
hrlflil nfter iniiuy
other llowern hnve
the NW iiiiHlter NKdiiarter. See. V.4.
T .:i7 K., it. n; R. V. M.
Any and all pi rnonn claiming Hd Ver
ne ly the IihkIm denerihed, or deHiritiK
' to uliject l eeaune nf the mineral
character of the land, or for any other
rciiMOD, In the dlepoHMl to ppl leant,
: Fhoiild Hie their allliliivilM of protect
in thin nHlee on or before the Hlh
iIht nf I li..-ui, I,.r KUlU
The foieifolnii notice will he nub-
liehed in the Luke County FxBrniner,
printed at I.akeview, Oregon, for the
period of at leant thirty daya prior to
the dale herein IiihI. mentioned.
N.'iDlC J. N. WatHon. Peiiinter.
Xoilee for I'obllratlon.
Department of the Inter-or, U. K.
Land OHIee at Lakeview, Oregon. ;
Oct. 2H, r.Hi8.
Notice In herehy iiven that M A V A.
JiKCICAFT. i f VintiiltH, Oregon, who
on April i:hii. nmrle Ilomentead
Fntry No. Xm, (Seiial No. tor
KK (juarter SK ipiHiter, Kec. ). N ,'
half NW (uarter. Sec. iH, N'K ipiarter
NKijiiarter, Sectien ', Towuhip 40
K.. ltan Hi., K, Will. Meridian, hr.a
Hls'l notice of intention to make'
Final live year Proof, to entabliBb 1
claim to the land above denenhed, be-!
fore Iteiflnler and Iteceiver, at Lake- !
view, Oregon, ou the 14th day of
December. IIK'8. j
CIiiiniHiit name an w itnesHeB : ,
(yrnn Ueeraft, (Jilbert LaphHm, of!
VintillaM, Oregon, and Waller Tracy, I
Walter Howard, of Lakeview, Oregon. I
S: DlO J. X. WatBon, IteKister. i
A Ian a complete line of wri jron
Hie best Vara-
file on tlic market
and luifcrify hiriicMM, whlna
'..l,e. 1 i;i ,tM, Hpll'4
iiilrtn. roM lim.ln fnct every
thlnjr In the l t.e of nrilKe
nnd hor-e furniMhliiKH. lie.
imlrltf by r ornpefent m a
m. rau .... .a i
I f t hI, ... ;.
I Imlirr I and Nolle
Depnrtineiit of the Interior. U. H.
Land Olllce at l.nkevlew, OriKcn,
Oct. M, liHlH.
.Notice in Ih hereby kIvcii t tint Anna
M. Xelloti, of Lakeview. (Irenn, who,
on Auuiint :tl. 1 Ih H, made Timber and
htone appllcat Ion, No. (l.'i!l, for Lota
1, 'Z, KW (piarter NW ipiarter. Section
1'., Tow nnhip :k; S., LaiiK'e H! IL. W ill.
Meiidiiiii, Iiiih tiled nut ice of Intention
tn make Kin Hi Proof, to eMtiiiiljn'i
clHiui to the lit ixl above dencribed,
befoie Likflhter and Iteceiver, at
Lakeview, Oreumi, on the IH'th day of
t'liilniiiut iiamen an witnean'n: ('. II.
DiiHKiiheiy, nf I'iiImIi-v, Oreuoii, TIiok
J. 1'owill, Frank liownrd, Manuel
Siiuiidern, and Walter Howard, of
-i.akcvlcu, ( Irenon.
OI.'iDltl. J. X. Wat noil, lti inter.
N..I.C lor I'ubllollon
I lepiirtiuent of t lie interior, U. S.
Land Olllce at Lakeview, Oregon,
Oct. :, l'.ms.
Notice in hereby civen that Zncehc
iih Whltworth, of Lakeview, Ore
Koii. who, on I'eb. il", I'-WJ. made
lloiiientend Knlry, No. 'St'Xi, (Serial
No. mi tor S Imlf NW iuaitir, W
half N K iuiiter. Section J'J, town
nhip :t7 S . Itaiikjc 1" K. Will. Meri
dian, Iihh tiled notice of In tent Ion to
make Final live year Proof, to entab
linh claim to the hind above ilenci'lbed,
before KitInter and Iteceiver, at
Lakeview, Oregon, on the ilrd i ay of
C 'la I ii i nn t nainen an witnenhen: Ch'in.
To n in ii en. Dan Mnlloy, W. K. 'er
liiiK, Walter iUwurd, all of Lakeview,
Oir.Nl'.i. J. N. WatHon lteKlnter.
Timber lnd Nolle
Depart inent of the interior, 17. K.
Land Olllce at Lnkevlciv, OreK'on,
Oct. H, HKIH.
Nolii-o in hereby jjiven that
(iKOKtil A KF.LSAV, of Plimh, Ore
Kon, who on Sept. It, 1!H)H, made Tim
ber and atone Application, No. OfilH,
Jnr NK .(iiartur, Section, .'il. for Town
ahlp 117 H , Hiiiik" Tl K., Will. Morid
iun, Iiiih Hied notice of Intention to
make Final Proof, to entnljliwh claim
to the land abovo dencribed, before
inter and Iteceiver, at Lakeview,
Oregon, on thn lHlh day of December,
Claimant tinmen an wtnennen: Kitten
Fine, L. N Kelnay, Jim Tiirpln, and
Will llenellel, all of PIuhIi, Oregon.
Oir.DKi. J. N. Watnou, Keuinter.
How to Ba Happy Though
and A' That.
So mnny women find mntrlmmiv n
Utile liH(ipHlntliiK. ii ml. though mnny
coiifcnn the flirt. Ihey mrely nee thn!
they may tlieiiiHelven be to l.liune.
When a Klrl In eiiKiiced nhe In alwaya
careful to liM.k her bent that her lovVr
may ndinlre her. Mie often fiilln to do
the mime for her hiinhnnd. Thin In a
tiilHtnke. Men like iilwnyn to iidinlre
their wlven. and they w ill do no all the
inure when they nee Unit other people
admire them too. The untidy, dowdy
womiiii may have nolld vlrtuen. but one
lum to reuieuilH-r the fm t nn an excune
for her iippenrn , and the mini who
U menially apoloclinK f"r bin wife'n
Khoi'lcomliiuM In in dimmer of IIihIIiik
aoine one fine more attriictive than nhe
Then 1.4 n tulntiike for youiiK wlven
to drop their old friends and expect
tUelr liusliiinilM to do the name. The
mill l ie, I loxern niny for n nlmrt time be
llileunely h.ippy In eacli other'n a.H letv.
but nooner or Inter outside Interest
will W mUxod. anil If InipplnenN In to
continue they iniint Im.iIi mix with their
fellown iiu,l tu ko their nhnre In the
.ilciiMtircH mid the work of the world
Wider Int. tests will not mnke either
Icsn fond of the other, and the woiunn
who wiitm to keep her liiinlnmd'H loe
will never do no by tylnc him to her
apron ntilnxH iind expectliiK him to
rpend nil the time he can npnre from
hln liUKlnesn within the four wall of
A wife Mioiild not meiu'e her Individ
uallty In her liusl:icd. A ho may be
Nweet. hut It U nluiiys monotonous, no
nhe nhnuld have her own Idenn nnd
opinions, she ms'd not arjfue that's
fntiil-lmt n little tint prevents the
Married Jjjf SPORTING WORLD
En Sua, Chineta Ball Player.
Chinamen In this eounlrv line not
yet tn ken up the jjreat Ainericiin nn
tlooal K'lUie of biiM'biill. hut there la a
OOentlal in IIhwiiII who threatens to
br.vk Into the dolncs In thin country
very noon. Thin I 'hl.'inmnn In F.n Sue.
oo- of the rentes! nprluterv of the
prsenl ne. He Iiiih a record of .1
neeonils for the fifty yard danli and In
Bwiri tha I lh Kind Y"i Ham Always Bonjjf
AIDS TO BEAUTY.
EREeCTED IN 1000
TOWER'S HSU BRAND
look betlcr -wears longer -
ana give more
bodily comforl f r
UCCUU Jv VUI Oil "VJy.
large panernj. yer
cosls no more than
the "iusl as nood klndsx N
f garment 0WEJf V
bearing lt. t
w. in. ,11.1 I .
wourprool r'iHtW uuios ran'
J ry i tltf )irtliratioilH nimply devel
op dry ciilnri U j thuy dry up tliu aiicretionn,
which adhere to the membrane and ilecoin.
pond, cniiniu a fur more aerioun troublo
Ihnii the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid
all drying iiihiiliintn, fumes, auioken and
iiiiffs and use that whi.ih cleannen, soothua
and heals. F.ly'a Cream Ilalm will mutter
catarrh or cold in tha head easily and
jih-uHuully. All driiKK'Ht Hell the 60 cent
size. Lly llrothura, 60 Wurrou Struct,
The liulm Ih used without paiu, dooa not
Irritate or cnusu nuueisiiig. It apreada itHolt
over nn irritated and Hilary aurfuca, roliov.
luu imiiiedialuly the painful iutlumnmtiou.
Lly'a Cremu Jliilm contulna no oooaiue,
mercury uor other harmful drua.
The Indolent woman reiilns her lost
energy when nhe Iciinm how to breathe
correctly. The Hallow girl, with the
dark circle, under her eyes, discovers
that with correct breathing the con
Ri'Mted veliiH will jb'ld to the ntluiu
lated clrciilutloii, the dark ring dis
appear, nnd the luster renppearn In her
Nutmeg have uicdklnal qualities,
which make them most useful In the
treatment of various Illnesses. In case
of colic and dyneutery, for Instance, a
little nutmeg very finely powdered aud
mixed with n little milk often bus a
mont hei'c:! I.il e:l'ect. Sleeplessness Is
often ivlie- cil In the same inniincr, for
uuluiei:s hnve very noothliiR qualltlen.
le.iri Im'--. i ielr use, npnrt from the
. r.vluu nape !. Iniisuiiicli an they refresh
nnd wash the eyes. The eye requires
to be kept cleir and clean, nnd tears
perform this duly A striking example
of this Is nh iwu when the eye In hurt
It nt once . o iniieiices to wnter. and of
ten this naliiriil method of clemming re
lieves the i in mid remnvea the en use
of the illscoinl'ort.
1 1 1 1 circling can be done with good
results in tho way of dccrenslug Hl.e If
the principle of resistance is employed
Taking a standing position, with hands
on Dips, rotate the hips, beudlng the
knee and keeping chest and shoulders
Immovable. Contract all tho muscles
used la this exercise and resist. For a
variant bring the knee up to the cheat,
remaining as nearly erect as postdble.
Practice la alternate motion.
A Pretty Custom.
A hostess whose hospitality Is almost
a byword has Introduced a chnriulng
custom for the benefit of her guests
8 be inunaKcs to find out their favorite
flower, and by meuua of large flat
aacbeta she delights her guests with
sheets redolent of rose, Illy, carnation
or whatever may he the flower named
Pr fumed bedn are Indeed a luxury,
and yet they cannot be called a new
development when . recall the de
llcious lavender scented sheets of oar
reputed to lie able to run lOO jards In
II 1-5 seconds. At present he Is play
ing third base for a team In Honolulu,
and his work 111 the Held, with the bnt
fit"! on the bancs Is said to be mnrvel
ouu. He has played against several
Ainericiin ball tenuis, and bis ablllty
hrw la-eii very highly spoken of. Iu an
other year some enterprising manager
It! the I'nlted States will probably im
port hi in.
Taft Says Jap Can Defeat Gotch.
"I believe Illtachlyamu, the Jnpauese
wrestler who receutly visited the
While House, can defeat Frank Itotch,"
said Secretary of War Taft receutly.
"Anyway, 1 don't think CJotch has a
rlsht to consider that be has finished
the Job uutll he has made my old
friend Hltachlynina cry 'F.uough!' 1
don't know whether it would be pos
sible for the two men to agree on
terms." snid the secretary. "Wrestling
In Japan Is a very dlffereut matter
from wrestling in America. Instead of
being roped Iu ou a mat, us they are
here, the Jnpauese wrestlers struggle
uot only to throw euch other, but to
push each other outside the marked
area. Wheu a coiubutant steps over
tha Hue with both feet be loses the
bout. Just as he would If he had been
thrown on both shoulders."
oEOH'iftow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietor
"THE SCHOOL OF QUALITY"
Tenth and Morrison, Portland, Oregon A. P. Armstrong, LL.B., Principal
C.We occupy two floors 65 by 100 feet, have a $20,000 equipment,
employ a large faculty, give individual instruction, receive more calls
for office help than we can meet Our school admittedly leads all
others in quality of instruction. It pays to attend such an institution.
CSald a Business Man: "Keep hammering away everlastingly on thorough
work. It will win out in the end." Said an Educator: "The quality of instruc
tion given in your school makes it the standard of its kind in the Northwest."
C.Open all the year. Students admitted at any time. Catalogue free.
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A G A Z
I N E
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRCAT CO.
A COMPLETE RECORD
(Vigilant to Race Again.
Tha old America's cup defender Vlg
Hunt will be put iu commission this
summer aud raced by C. Oliver 1 se
ll a. The famous yacht is now laid up
high and dry on the beach of Gardi
ner's bay, at Oreeuport, N. Y., but
work of uncovering her and fitting her
out will be begun shortly. She will be
put overboard the middle of May. Mr.
Isetln bought the Vigilant last sum
mer, but did uot race her. She la elabo
rately furnished aud therefore much
heavier than she was when she defeat
ed Lord Dunraven'a Valkyrie II. off
Sandy Hook In 1883, but she la atlll
fast and probably will be queen of tha
coast thia aummer In windward work.
Though now rigged as a yawl, she re
tains a large mainsail and has little
lens power than a sloop of the same
e have made an entire transcript of allJRecords inLake County,
which, in any way, affect Real Property in the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
ever made in Lake County, and every Deed given.
SMHSH MMaMtti HHIUWIUM!
In transcribing the records we have found numerous
mortgages recorded in the Deed recoid, and not indexed; and
many deeds are recorded in the Mortgage record and other
books. Hundreds of mortgages and deeds are not indexed
at nil, and aie most difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors:
Others cannot find them. We have spent hundreds of dollars hunting tip
these errors, and we can guarantee our work.
J. D. VENATOR, Hanager.