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LAKKCXHWTN I.XAMIM.li. I.AKKVIKW OUKtlON, THUKHSAY FKD A . limit
Secretary ol j 1 1 r f
Beoieierv ol Trraiiry. .
Attorn. Mt'iicral . ...
loatiriat-r li.'m ral . .
rVrrvtarv ol AarliMilmr
rice.nMart ol Curami'm.
( lies. w. rairoaiist
Flihu Ko. I
." lieo. B. fortrhou
. Wm. H. Tai.
. .Cbas J. Bonaparte
Von U Meyer
. C MeM'"
.'. Jas . tletftVUI
Jani'S W ll"ot
Oscar V. Straus
W. 8. Kioli
V. 8 entin Commissioner
. V. . Land Coastnlssionri
Geo. K Chamberlan
. . . .K.A. Moor
W. W. Bvimn
s r' r ol Hat
fupi. I'nliHc lustruotlon.
lalry ai.1 Furxi Cora
J. H. Acsvrmati
W. 8. lxiniwaj
. J. W. 3ai' J
i John M.titeri
J r. . FulloB
t Binirrr Herum
(J. N. llllems
Cong reMinfii .
SIITH JfPlCIAL tusTBim.
tiro. H. Nnland
Join! R. n.tol ' .' . H.MWtjn..!
Representatives 1 H. J
Attorney W.J. Moon
K 8. LAND OFFICE
J JC. Watson
. . Receive
F. W. Farm
A. J Fo-t- r
..C. M. Faulsne
i C. A. Rehan
Slock Inspector. .....
1 H. R. Ileryfor.
TOWN Or LAKEV.EW
V. Sneillng (
P. J. ileox (
J. N. Watsoni
W. B. Suider . .
A. O. C. W.-I.AKEVIEW LODGE NO. HI
Meets everv s.con.1 and fourth Tuurs.lay ol
each month, in Masonic 1111. Lakeviea.
Cbaa. Tonningncn. W.M.; Wm. Gunther, F.
DEGREE OF HONOR LA KEfHORE LODGE
No. 77. D. of H., A.O.V.Vi., Meets first and
third Thursday of each tuohth In Masonic
Hall. Cora Green . C. of H. ; Sel ma Price. L.
of H.; Vida Gunther, C. of C; Frances Sjr
tj. O. O. F LAKEVIEW LODGE. No. 63. I. O
O. F., meets every Saturday evening in Odd
Fellows Hall, at 7:30 o'clock, from October 1
to April Land at 8 olclock from April 1 to
September 30. E. F. Cheney, N. G.; E. F.
I. O. O. F.-LAREVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. 18
I. O. O. F , meets the first and third Thurs
day tveniiiKS of each month iu Odd Fellows'
Hail. Lakeview. H. R. Heryford, C. P.; CO.
REBEBAH LODGE LAKEVItW LODGE, NO.
22, 1. O. O. F., meets the second and fourth
Fridavs of each month in Odd Fellows' Hall,
Mis. Alice BuntinK, N.G ; Mrs. W. L. Hery
ford, W.U.; Mrs. M. D Moss. Secretary ; Mrs.
I.. J. Magillon, Treasurer.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH TH E
first Buuday in each mntb, preaching at 11
a. m. Aside from this, preaching every tuu
day at 11a. m. and 7:3up. m. at Lakevisw.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Lie ae at 6:30 p.
m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m
Ladies Aid Wednesday 1:30 p; m. Choir
practise Friday 7:30 p m. A cordial invita
tion is extended to youu.
1. C. PARKER. Pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GOOSE LAKE
at New Pine Creek, Oregon. Preacbing ser
vices at 11 A M and T :' P M of each Sunday
of everv month Sunday School at 10 AM.
Prayer Service at 7:S0 on W ednesday evening
of each weed. AO are cordially invited to
Attend the services.
J. HA VDKN HOW ARD. Pastor.
.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKEVIEW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7:3U P M on
1st and 3rd Sun. Hundy fccbool at 10 A M. '
Junior Society at 2MU PM. ilaptist Voung i
People's Union at 6:30 P M n each Sunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:')PM Wednesday eve-
,mng. tverj uody iiivitea to tteuu ail tcr
.vices. W. A. HOPKINS, Pastor.
CATHOLIC CHURCH- EVERY SCKDAY MASS
and Beopdictioii at lOo'clot-k a. m. Sunday ,
school after Benediction. Wwk day 1
f !. at I
ftUSUtm. I. A. VAt-l'A, B.J.
L. F. CONSf
Attorney at Law
OFFICE Ialv Buiirtinc.
J. D. VENATOK
Attorney at Law,
Laud Sfattem Mperlalt
OFFICE Daly Bnlldlng.
Land and Law Of.lce
Abstractor of Titles
Y, LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office: Over Bank of La view
XIIOS. J. POWELL
Attorney at Law
Office In Daly Building
Buy Lots In Watson' Addition
Before you buy lots any where in
this vicinity see those in Watson's
addition. Close to business center.
ot Lakeview. 33 tf.
To Cure a Cold In On Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Tablets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 25c.
Htr It tha Rist Way to Grt Perfe
Mnny iTotvl tixkn U) imt htivp mif
c! In making k riiiim. !nnU
not Ik? tlimcult If II Is .. I'jo
rlKht way. in the Brat. pl.u r,n ir
portl of unit hu.1 Ice x'.i.niltl Ih
rllit. and the lop alioultl not l.c left
In Inrfro plcwa, but crtiKliwI with tin
One part of lew to ttircv parts of salt
Is the proportion, and they should le
packet! firmly In layers, ltoth should
lie measured. Kink salt Is the best
to use, hut barrel salt will do If the
other cniin.it be easily obtained.
Re sure thnt the freercr Is perfectly
clenn and stcrlllnM. Place a three
Inch layer of finely crushed Ice In the
tub, cover with oil of salt nnd alter
nate these layers, packing each down
very hard until the mixture Is a few
Inches alnive the cream In the can.
The crank should not l turned raii
idly at first, but slowly, and as the
cream IkIiis to harden the crank can
te turned more rapidly. When the
crank Nx-omos hard to turn take out
the beater and stir the cream with n
strong iKircvlain spoon. Tress the
cream down smoothly and place a cork
In the hole where the beater lielongs.
Then remove the plug and draw off
Then repack the Ihix as before, cover
with a piece of cariiet and set aside
for nn hour liefore servluR. The longer
It stands the better It will be. even If
It stands for three or four hour.
A good way to break the Ice Into
small pieces Is to put It In a coarse
bag and pound with a strong hammer.
For a delicious uncooked Ice cream
scald a quart of thin, sweet cream
and dissolve In It one and one-half
cupfuls of sugar. Add a quart of
cold cream, two eggs well beaten and
two tablespoonfuls of vanilla. Freeze
and pack as above directed. This Is
Philadelphia Ice cream and can be
made without eggs.
To make lemon Ice cream scald one
pint each of milk and cream with
one-fourth of a pound of sugar. Grate
the rinds of three lemons, squeeze out
the Juice, add half a pound of sugar.
Stir this mixture Into the scalded milk
and cream and when cold freeze.
FOR BABY'S COMFORT.
A Covtring For Crib or Carriagt Mad
To keep the baby warm In crib or
carriage nothing equals this novel con
trivance called a "baby bunting." To
make it take two pieces of eiderdown
one yard square, one pink, the other
white. Bind them together with pink
satin ribbon, putting the pink elder
down on the outside. Fold together so
thnt the onenlnir lionnrl In ih ..Hn
,, . ,
ribbon comes to one side. Turn down
the two upper corners to form revers
of white. A band of ribbon Is put
around the center to keep It close
with a Aarge pink bow as a finish.
A New Tonic.
For the woman who Is
there has been prescribed a
This la a mixture of grape Juice aud
olive oil. One tablespoonful of the
latter to four of grape Juice is taken
after each meal. If the taste of oil Is
too strong for some stomachs two
more tablespoonfuls of the grape Juice
may be added.
It is claimed that both serve as ex
cellent medicine. The dose becomes
very palatable after awhile. It should
always be Iced. It builds up the ap
petite, and the oil lubricates the stom
ach in a most beneficial way.
How Polly Saved the Plat.
An old lady bad a parrot, which she
had bought from a sailor friend, and
on taking It home much to her aston
ishment she found Polly could only
ay three words, "Get the gun!"
One dark night, when all was still,
burglars broke Into the bouse. The
sliver was kept In the same room as
Polly. They crept In as quietly as pos
sible, but before they had time to
strike a light a deep voice from the
other side of the room said, "Get tho
gun!" The men were so frightened
that they run off as fast as their legs
could curry them. And so Polly saved
her mistress' silver.
In Hanging Pictures.
' A safe rule to remember when bang
ing pictures Is that the middle of the
picture Bhould be on a level with the
eyes. Of course If you are unusually
tall this rule does not bold good. Don't
mix severul kinds and types of pic
tures together. Let all the water col
ors, oils or engravings lie placed la
separate rooms or, at any rate, on dif
ferent walls. Above all. d.i not over
crowd your walls. A few well chosen
pictures look far better than a uuniber
of mediocre ones.
A Reliable P
Ely's Cream Balm
It ulcklj tbsorbttl.
6Its Rtlltl It One.
It c1caucm, soothes,
heals nnd protects
lh diseased mem.
brnne resulting from
Catarrh and drives
nwny a Cold iu tho
Head quickly, lto- t A f rPlrn
stores the Siimt f llHT I LV LI I
Titate and Smell. Full aixe fit) rts. , at Priltf
gists or by mail. In liquid form, "5 rruts.
Kly Brothers, 60 Warren Street, New York.
This new 6-shot
model is the simplest,
surest, and fastest 12
ftauge repeater made.
It has the solid top,
aide ejection and
peciat Zffarfist fea
tures ot comfort and
The closed-in breech
keeps the action clean and the shrlU
dry keeps out rain, snow, dirt, leaves
twigs and sand.
Th new take-down construction allows
you to 'ake gun apart In ten eonds fur
you to 'ake gun api
L cleaning or packing, J
t at firm and rigid as li
5 take-down gun. The
jntt and helps quiet
yet the Joint Is always
In a solid frame, n.-ii-c
fat f-.re.trtn fits y 'ir
Mnd and helot Quick operation.
The full choked runt art guarantcel
clase-shootlng, hard-rtitllnff funs, and Hre
ureiunlled for ducks, foxee and all
loi i rarft work.
A circular giving larg
lilustrutlon, with fi.lt
description of this
h.mdsom new gun,
at.ii free cn rciites rr
wUJi conirlete 13frTirs
calaloe for S iuui.i.
77;j 777trrsi 2rvarrKJ Co. ,
42 Willow Street KTW HAVEN. CCSM.
Department of the interior, U. S.
Land OtbYe, at Lakeview,
fKrL " " " "ii.wuu Q
A sufficient coutest affidavit having ,' " of any party or jmrtlcH steal
been fllad in this office by V. t '"K ''", cattle or nn lea U-IoiikIuk
Burch, contestant. aainst home- 5" n" of ."" following meinU'ra ol
stead entry No. :i70l, Serial No.(H!5
made Dec. 2S. im, for Lot 2. SW
atiarter NK nuarter. W half SK auar-
ter. Section 2. Townahio 37 S. Kanire
2o H. by Oscar VotteL Conteatee. in
which it is alleged that said Voxel,
evei since October 15, 1907, has wholly
abandoned said lauds and tailed to
reside thereon, and has never com
plied with the homestead law nnd the
rules and regulations of the Interior
Department relating to homestead
entries, and still continues to o
abandon said lauds and does not now
reside thereon; that said entryman
has never cultivated or Improved any
part of said lauds; aud that said
alleged absence from the said laud
was not due to bis employment in the
Armv. Navy or Marine Corps of the
United States aa a private soldier,
officer, seaman or marine duriug the
war with Spain or during any other
war in which the United States may
Said parties are hereby notified to
. j i . ir : i
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock !
a. m. on February 10, 1900. before the I
Kegister and Receiver at trie united!
States Land Office in Lakeview, Ore
The said contestant having, in a
pr per affidavit, tiled Deceruuer 24,
1908, set forth facts which show that
after due diligence personal service
of this notce can not be made, it is
hereby ordered and directed that such
notice be given by due and proper
J7F5 J. N. WaUoc, Register.
DON'T BUY A GUN
until you have seen our New
aJoubie Barrel models htteu
with Stevens Compressed Forged
The mode of constructing these
superb Trap and Field Ouns is
fully set forth in our New Shot
gun Pamphlet. Send two-cent
stamp for it.
Ask yoor Dealer
for Steven '
Jnaiut on our make.
ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. 0. &i 4099
Caicopc Falls, lieu.
Soothing and antiseptic, aud act
promptly. Don't fail 10 et DeWitt's
Kidney and Madder PiUa. Accept no
substitute. Regular size 0 0. Sold by
Daly and Hall.
Nasal Catarrh quick ly v.unio to treat.
metit !)' the aL'reuulilo, aromatiu Kly'S
Cream Balm. It is received through the
noftriis and clwinw aud b' als the whole
surface over which it dilluscs iuudf, Drug.
gists s 11 the Oiic, hizo. Jet it and you
are suru to continue the treatment till re
To az-oomiuixl do tlio ia v '1 . are partial
o t!i u. of atomizers iu 0 - i.ij liquids
J IS X T. .TassW
' ' rmsal paxHUfjiis for i. al trim.
; .'inn i. tors p a-1'.. 111 liulm in
. r. ... U will I. 'i us J-ly'
11 1- ':u. I'. fling the
i 1 7li cent.j or by
I .1 fo.' : ( 1 III 6(1-
irtii i of tho !! atiou.
Nat Ire fr rtllratloa.
Department of the Interior, U. H.
Iaud Otllca at Lakelew, OreKon,
December M, UHW.
Notlca Is hereby given that JOHN
JAl'UllHON, tit LaksOew, Oregou,
who, on Nov, 'A I1K7, mads Home
stead Kntry No. :i87S, Herlai No. WWi,
f of S half N half, section 14, Town
ship .'17. c) Kaniis H. Will Meridian,
has tiled notice ot lutentlou tn make
Final Commutation Proof, lo astab
hsh chIIiu to the land above described
before Iteitlsterand Kecelver, at Lake
view. Drettuu, on the HUh day of Feb
I'lalinant tim aa ttltnesses: Ole
Sollen Chrla Jertietisen, of Illy Ore
lion, and John l)'8veen, 1'. M. Cory,
of IiHkeview, Oreou. j";,
irj4J' J, .N. Watson. Ken later,
A KKWAKI) of tlfty dollars la here
by offered for information that will
lead to the arrest and conviction of
any peison who has stolen aires or
other property, from our Company ;
and the same reward is hereby olfeied
for Information that will lead to the
arrest and conviction of anyone des
troying the property of tho Company.
Secretary Lake Co. Tel. X Tel. Co.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKHN.
notice la lnnliy Riven tlmt nil lrrlK-
tlon, or tulllrm-e dltrhea on nil trout
Htrvatiia throiijiht Lake County, Ort
Kon. intiHt be acnentsl w ith n sinnll
mesh wire wreeiilnjr nt llwlr head or
Junction with the) main channel of
nt renin. Alao n!l (Iihdh or oliHtruct-
ioiih on Hitlil atreaniH must lie pro
vided wttna rtHh-indder, orothcrensr
menus of passage, nt or near themlif-
jillc of the main channel, so as to al-
I ow the paseiaKO of trout at nil time
I of year, na provided by law. Said
I work to be done at low water time,
or to Ik completed by Feb. 7, ll)t7.
. Hy tinier of J. A. Itarhaiu.
Staflal Deputy fish Wanlen for
The Oregon. California & Nevada
I Livetttock - Protective Asmiclattnt)
will Rive $l(HKMlewanl for the con-
v . ;mntmi i.nntj a
Hlll' 1 - Meryiord Itiid & Cattle
( Lake County Land & Livestock
I " Hrn'' valley Stink Co., Win
W. I'.niwn, Geo. M. Jones, tieo. Han
klna. S. H. Chandler, C. A. Hehart.N.
Fine, W.A. Currier, Frank li. Itn tiers.
j.v. ltotcnkiHM, (Jalderwood llroM
T. J. Hrattnln & Sons, T. A. Crump,
i reamer itonner, . T. I reasler
Maud I. !:amt)o.
F. M. (illKK.N .
S. It. ClIAMII.UK
The Examiner has a supply of first
class butter wrapper paper on band
now, at tb following prices: For boo
wiappere, printed, f'i.00, for 1000
printed tl.CO. tf
ECZbMA and PILGCURE
f RLE K"wl"K what ltwaH to uf-
tar, I will give Fit EE OF CHAKt.E.
to any atlllcted a poaltlve cure for
.(zema, .salt It lieu in, Erysipelas.
I'ilea and Skin DlaeawH. Inatant re
lief. Dont suffer longer, Write F. V.
WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Avenue,
New York. Enclose Stamp.
There is one thins that wilt
cure It Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is i regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the germs
which cause this disease.
The unhealthy scalp becomes B
healthy. The dandruff disap
pears, had to disappear. A
healthy scalp means a great deal
to you healthy hair, no dan
d rufT.no pimples, no eruptions.
Tha best kind ot a testimonial
"Sold tor over slaty years."
Md bv J O Ajrer Co . l.oall,
There la no nred of anyone suffer
inff long with this disrate, for lo
effect a quick cure it is only necea
sary to take a few doses of
Colic. Cholera and
In fa"t. In moat cases one duae la
sufficient. It never fails and can be
relied upon In the tnott aevere and
dangerous catra. It ia equally val
uable for children and la the means
of aaving the lives of many children
In the world'a history no medicine
haa ever met with greater success.
PRICE 2So. LARGE SIZE 50o.
Btantaa yf V"" Hw l"r Bmic!
The Harney County
l.lvo Slock AaiKM-la
tlon. nl wtilt'h I am
a iurtiit.r, ;ays 7!Sti
rrward for evl.lt. net
li-a.lltig to ih 10 11
vli'ili.ii of panics
tiratliiK aliMk be
loiiKlns lo its mrm
twr. In addition I
.ift.r .'iOu reward
Hone brand horse
shoe l.ar on eliliei
or tiolli laws, he
Itanxe, llarn. Lake and t runk Coiititlrs
llorx-a vented w lien sold Horses sol. I to naat
Irirounh this ei'iloii will lie rcxrte.t In 1 his
iaiwr. If not no n-ried. pl.-a.e write or tele
phone The Times Herald, Main Ha, Hums. Ore
'" VV W .Hroa 11, burnt, Ore-
Reward for horses
1 will (five .1.00 reward fur Inform
ation thnt will lend to the discovery
01 any norw liranil.nl with tin old
horseHhiM' brand on both Juwh, placed j
as In the cut In tbU ad vc rtlHe itieiit, '
with fresh triangle brand limb-meat h !
the horwcHhoe. The triangle placed I
In kucIi a manlier an would cover tij.
a bar on both jawM. Animals must '
lie found In the ohhohm1iiii of sonic
person or persona.
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our clubbing offers. 1
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fnetntflna paeiage e say pert of 1
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L1VS STOOX aat irC .'S
Thee art trelaa4 ever r ed
kBawladat f ibelr epee tie
Tka aages ta kt Agrlrulture. 1 1. nil
nilture, Pealirs aaal tea Us 8io.-k
wall IllaaUatW aaa Sh4 with B.aller uf
the fraa'eel latsiasl la all iuul in
laaee UKtaatrlaa. Starr Una kalng wrlii-n
ky tbaae M art fa elate laueh wllk
aa tkla Cast.
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u rnvarlsco, Cai.
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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