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Hwi..rv i't Treasury.
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Jacob II. Iicslnain
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I S.LAND OFFICE.
Pred V. Cronemlller
LAKEV1EWJB0A RP OF TRAI'E
FiUAore Commiuemftn ..
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F. M. Millrr
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Roo-ni Hedqurtn tor Strr rs
k. O. C. W.-LAKEVIEW LODGE 111.
Meets eTerr rcond nd fourth TburdT ol
cl rnonth, in Macule Hall. Lkeview.
Cbu. Tonnlngsen. W.M.: Woi. tiusiber. F.
DEGREE OF HONOR LA KEH ORE LOIXiE
Ko. 77. D.ofH., A.O. V. W., Mu 6m and
third Thursday! of each month la M atonic
Hall: Lillie Harri; C. of H.; Ktta Peacock,
h. of H.; Mary Pot. C. of C; Snab oarrelt
I. O. O. F -LAKEVIEW LODGE. No. 63. I. O.
O. F., meets every Saturday eveninft in Odd
Fellows Hall, at 7:30 o'clock, from October 1
to April Land at olclock from April 1 to
September 3u. A. E.Cheney, N. U.; E. F.
I. O. O. F.-LAREVlkW ENtAMPJItN T No. 1
I O. O. F., meets tbe first and ibird Tnurs
day eTeninis of each month in Odd Fellows
Hall. Lakeview. CD. Arthur, CP., A. H
REBEBAH LODGE LAKEVItW LOD,E, NO
22, I. O. O. F., meets tbe second and fourth
Fridavs of each month in Odd Fellows' Hall,
Mrs. if. L. Heryford, V.G.; Mrs. Ida Hery
ford, W. G-; Mrs. M. D Koas. Secretary; Mrs
L. J. Magilton, Treasurer.
. E. 8. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO. 5, LAKE
view, Oregon. Meets on Tuesday, on or be
fore foil moon and two weeks thereafter, in
Masonic Hall, at 7: : o'clock.
Visiting members are cordially invited.
CORNELIA A. WATSON, W. M,
IDA CEBACH, stcrt-tary
METHOIiIT EPISCOPAL CHl"R'H-1ii K
firft trundny in each month. pr-i lung ,t 11
a. m. Aide from this, I'rcai hii. -cry
day at 11a. in. and 7:.jp. rn. at Lat- i -'.v
Sunday t, fx.i at 10 a. rn. iAe"-- at
m. Prawr Mrtwig Hiiirdav ') i.i
Ijidi.-!. Aid V.(l!..vORy j,j m I hi.ir
pricTie Krwiay .KS p m. A cordial in;'.'i
lioti is cxteriii-d to von l.
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lit aii-1 ..rd .-'in. Suiiday .- i j . . i nt l'j A .M.
Junior .-oci.-ty at :. I'M. p.ni.tt Vicin..
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of c..-rv ii ... i -" r. -'.l..l,,y .-,)..,. at lo a '!'.
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Ai tornej at Law
Lskrvii M. (Iregot
ClKKP E-liuiv P.'.ii'lir,.'.
J. I. J .T(ii:
Attorney at Law,
I411K1 Vlutti-rx Hpei iuity
Land and Law Ofiice
Abstractor of Titles
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Eakcview , firu-
Attorney at Law
Office: Over Bank of La view
Lake: view, Ohkoon
XIIOS. J. I'OWELL
Attorney at Law
Office la Daly Building
Hunting the Lion
By Frederick RToombs
corrmWT.i90BY amctocan m ahocutxm
UK Afrl.nt) Hon
i hi- crvitost liu'it
lnn in I o mi i-nnli
r.rliish ni-my olH
eff tiiiij 1 1 -o
ours on tin
t!n!lls of tlff
sli.x'llni: In fix
j ' Uni::il J il n k I f .
I Tul idlior miMi mav tlosrntit on t!l
pli;tnt slnHtltii; fi'titnl In the Kotijci'
j l'rv State, but tin slnyer if a f u'.l
Itnun lion In nil tln tuaji'sty of lii-
' fi-roi Ioiim power N ttie envy of them
j n II. se-ret (ln-tich It may le. It 1 no
I know liilpeil ly M K'mie tracker that
I no limn can teootve n k I n ar of linnters
until he has piiMneil nin! slain the kliiK !
of beasts In his own domain. j
In choosing the I'pi'l'i I'lntenu as i
his principal bimtlnu flelil Mr. Uoose
velt hit on one of the tnof tlancenius
lion haunts known, for this fcvtioii of
British Enst Africa has thus far es
capctl the devastatinc oinratlons of in
satiable Nimrods who have praotJoallT
depleted of bid Kn" niueli of the
South African region and a l.irKe part
of the Koop and Ilrltisli Snd.in.
Lions are also plentiful east of fistula,
on the Athi plains, along the Athi river
and In the frreat Klft valley. British
East Africa, which penernl section the
Roosevelt party contemplate visiting
en route to Upinda.
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iiit: m o.n a m u in
As many u-i '.',.") r.ativcs a ye:ir have
I'i'i.'ii li:i.-.l ,y tin- liniK nr.d Ii.iu-ssi-s
of Cgaiida ni'd Its ii'ighljti-::-' ri'L-iniis,
a::il I In- uu: :i.it of li i ; -.-- tl.i:- iot
laliol-ors r: i i. '.'nl employ i-i-. tlicials,
I'esiilt-iits, soidii rs ni.il tiiltiii-rs is ,y
lin nioaris ih''iiisi(l(-ral)ie. Tin- rim
iloatti roll of tin- jungle beasts, is no
riiii-i-tcr of pt-rsons.
All I lio a!:.iris itraiiied native hunters
of t Ik- safari, or expedition; a re usu
ally i ailed into in-live service in lioij
sta:i;ing r lion dri iiiir. 1'ni' the speed.
-1 ren"t h, n-isting powers, ferocity
and resour ei iines of the jungle inon
iin li renili r i.e e .'iry all the opiioi
ti'in that can be mustered.
In a river or lake region, of whi.-h
there nre ui.in.v in Uganda, it is eus'oiu
tuy to seek the lion along the water's
edge early In the morning, where he
attacks the various kinds of nntelupes
when they come down to drink Tin
curious spectacle Is here oft' li pre
sented of It large herd of wild' l.ee is in
species of j.'iiui being led to v.rii' i Ey i
graceful, hliapi I" liartln est . T!ie v. ;
beest Is an 't - i' r iinitnul nnd ! n -it
and rc'-'iihir!. secures the 11 r
sharper eared 1 eyed hartln
guide herds ! the water lit n. "
Blid sunset, 'l lie wlldelieestri as
lit a certain spot on the plain, i d t
the proper time the pilot steps .:' in
the lead, as prmid and lis cons iou.s as
u mil' h epauhted colonel on di'-ss pi
If lions lu-e not discovered in tin
reed nnd Hag beds (I lugii-l inga i nlon'
the river, uinl there 1h ieasonnlile cer
tainty thai Ihey tire 111 the immediate
vicinity, u drive Is organized in the fol
lowing manner: The tisltarls and nudi
other natives s luive beeu brought
along, equipped with their native mu
tdeal lnairumentH drums and toinloms,
supplemented by biscuit tins and
sticks, Kourds filled with stones, etc.
spread out in a long line, say half or
three-ciuarters of a mile distant. Now.
making till the noise possible, they ad
vance toward the water, heating th
bushes. The white hunters, or "(juna."
: and their pun carriers have been sta
tioned In open patches toward which
the drive is alined Crouclilnn nl aepa
rated points In .the brush, they anx
iously nwait t'... approach of the de
sired iraine. for II. ns nnd other anl
mats nre iifrald of the indie and re
treat before it, thus being forced close
to the marksmen, lltent danger here
arises for the hunters not only from
the lions, but from the cross tire of the
different guns aimed at plunging anl
nulls from different ntu-les Stray bul
lets from a X autoloader or a 40 '.t
press rifle are not pleasant visitors.
Quickest thought and action and sur
est aim are here required as lion
conies headlong through the thicket.
T'sually more than one well directed
shot must le fired before a lion drops.
Frequently the be.it advances on a
hunter after four or five bulls have
truck him in seemingly vital sota
Itaglng from ialn. he springs upon Ids
enemy and In convulsive death strug
gles kills him if the native gun bearer
has not the courage and skill to stand
by and dispose of the N-ast without In
Juring the struggling hunter. When a
lion la shot and lies as dead the ua
tlves never allow any one to approach
the body until they have thrown sticks
and stones at It repeatedly without re
sponse, for the treacherous beasts
- 1 J
.1 1 A-! -A
.- l :
i:ast akuh a
have a hnblt of "r la. iti po.
tending to In-dead and -prin
ly on those who draw near.
Mr. Abel I liapinan,
hunter and explorer,
book, "On Safari. " do
ing rganda lion drive
In part as follows.
"I was on the left
in his latest
l ilies an exclt
and its results
of the line of
I was lying
'guns," facing the like,
hidden In long grass an
from t he covi'rl, and the
ui loo yards
noisy line of
boao rs had already appio.-e ln-d with
in half a mile when my Somali gun
bearer. Hlml Hassan, who was lying
beside me. pointed inlo the woods,
Baying: 'See! '1 wo lions! You no
8-e';' I certainly did not see. They
were not easy to (let'-!, so low und
stealthy was their advance. As the
lions were completely Inclosed, I
would not risk the uncertain shot they
now offered. At u point exactly on
my front the two beasts lay down In
two green hushes that grew within a
dozen yards of each oilier beneath the
last sirag' li'tg trees.
'Hardly had this in Ident occurred
than we became aware. ,y a chorus
of (lis ordanl yells from I he beaters,
s .ii- of whom we could see rushing
on of the woods, thai they had come
it : -a so.not !i!nr: In i
that was not
r tii.sie . word 'kIiii
. d :iii' . and ut once
en ri lit. Includ-
' ier, i. I li ward the
.-.I II ' t .i i lions In
I rema' oil ;y where
lined t left bund
' ' 111'',
w;t -'. bee
L'hl.or. told hl:n
al urrunged that I
"in the left while
ft" lions In fron
"Ml wenty yard
Mile that ho i
'tld til be I.
v. Ilh' 'it oiv
' en'ed. und 1
' I hud Been
: and advance
nt straight In
- a nee It seemed
e a beast as a
- In so small a
in.' It. They
v, us walking on,
mi II within ten
rtrda of the tifht hand bush. wbn
Kind suddenly aelked tuy arm. point
Ins the rifle lie carried lnt the base
if the bush and hissed 'foe! Heel
The lion! Shoot him! Spring!"
Once more I must admit that I could
eo nothing. Strain my eyes ai I
would. I cou'tl distinguish nothing like
a ll.ui In that bush. I decided rather
recklessly, and perhaps) from some
! sense of shame that a blin k liuiti
should be so superior In eyesight, to
tire There was no mistaking the re-
i spouse a growl more savage than I
... . . . . .
cNer tnul lionm in my nre oeiore.
it No saw through the thick smoke the
electric convulsion with which the
beast nulled Itself toirether for
1 spring The movement disclosed tht
i position of the head and shoulder, and
! I put the second bullet well In behind
I the Mhoiilder. The beast, still growl
lug. but mortally sick, crawled out tie-
jond. I now saw It was a lioness
1 Kind handed me the 43. and a third
bullet, rnklug forward from the stern
stretched her among the grass.
' "While rushing forward to examine
the lenM and In the excitement of the
moment utterly forgetting the second
lion In the other bush, now N-hlnd us.
1 was promptly reminded by shouts
and two rapidly tlt'isi shots in that di
rection. Turning round. I was Just In
time to see this Ih-hs, also a Honest,
bound out tow anl me, a yellow streak
from the thick covert, growling and
snarling I remember seeing her white
teeth as she commcnci-d another urowl
-she was only twenty yard away
but that movemeut was iter Inst. A
Paradox ball on the shoulder dropped
her from our sight.
"While Klml and
pled we had heard
away on our right,
that a third llotiesa
cunt! by the 'guns'
in that direction.
I were thus occu
several rifle allots
It now transpired
had also been se
tt' ho had gone off
All three lionesses
were dragged out of the covert by our
hoys and laid in row on the grass
outside, where a scene of Indescriba
ble excitement ensued, the niggers
dancing and Jumping around the dead
beasts to an accompaniment of shrieks,
lasting of tomtoms 'find other ' fear
some Instruments, Including biscuit
In the open the hunter continually
uses his powerful fleldglasses In seek
ing game, and at times bs discovers
lion that may be spproached by
means of bush stalking that Is, by
wsrily stealing close enough to him to
secure a shot. But to Insure success
tbe animal must not be disturbed, and
annoying difficulties srlse. The shift
ing winds and numerous small fowl
and animals that start up noisily from
underfoot serve to warn the Intended
prey. By getting so that tbe wind
blows from tbe lion toward the hunter,
or nearly so, tbe snlmsl does not detect
the hunter's scent, but tbe variable
African breeiea frequently put the
hunter to windward, and tbe lion
quickly discovers bis enemy's pres
ence. Rush stalking Is usually em
ployed In antelope banting.
Peep ravines are a favorite shelter
of Hons during the rainy seasons. Out
lying rock kopptes around tbe moun
tains of Ugnnda are during these sea
sons also popular retreats. The lions
He outside their raves by day on
shelves of rock and have two outside
beds, so that when the overjx'werlng
midday sun makes one led too hot
they change to the other, so rbosen as
to 1m more shaded at that period. In
the dry season they find enough shel
ter In the grass and reed beds or
among the heavy canes. When the
lions Hre out of their rooky diurnal
lairs nnd in the open veldt pursuit of
them Is greatly assisted by having
capable mounts on hand -mounts the
tsetse fly h;w overlooked. Lions, find
ing that they cannot catch or escape
from horsemen In the open, will
crouch, awaiting attack, and thus af
ford a target.
Veteran hunters have learned to
watch other animals during lion hunts
for Indications of the hitler's presence.
I'or Instance, If a herd of grazing un-
telopes Is divided, the divisions f ling
on both sides of an open stretch of fa
vorable ground, they often Und that
the open- space Is a .one through
which a lion's scent Is blowing, denot
ing tie? beast's close presence to wind
ward. Mounted Somali warriors lire
often used to scout the rolling country
for lion tracks.
Kast African lions show n marked
animosity to mounted men, arising
probably from the advantage given by
the horse's speed. They will atlack
mounted men when untiioleHied nnd
when th" circumstances would war
runt their avoiding unmounted men
until iitliu keil. Recently a few miles
north of Luke Isolt, which Mr. Roose
velt will pass, a Hon sprang: from a
clump of bushes upon a mounted Eng
lish army otllcer nnd u compntilon,
threw the ll)cer nnd his p 'liy to the
.'round, breaking the pony's buck, and
then killed the ether man. tearing
away Ids face. The L'ngll-li'iian killed
the lion wilh two h "How pointed lend,
slurs from a 10 Express.
Hunters ofien truce lions by means
of the musky odor of places whore the
beasts have stayed for a period, but
sometimes they are aggravallngly de
ceived by an aromatic shrub that fills
the air with uti odor practically Indis
tinguishable from lion scent.
As a lion when unable to finish Its
prey at one meal often returns to It
the following duy, this habit Is some
times taken advantage of when a
freshly kllhsl filmul bearing; a lion's
marks Is discovered. A trap gun Is
set, arranged by attaching a piece of
string to the trigger of an ordinary
rifle in such a way that the Hon In at
tempting to reach Its anticipated meal
strikes the connection, causing tbe ri
fle to go off. Tho gun Is arranged so
that the Hon will Invariably receive Its
contents. While the trap gun rarely
kills the game. It gives notice to the
hunters and wounds the beast.
Wi finltl Mi Rott conpliti Ciiplnf Outfit for till tioiej mr offtrfd lo tbi public'
We hsve insilo prcirlon to furnish llir Govrrnitirnl tn all di alers nnd sellers of
tracts ol land as well as hnnting, lulling ami mining parlies wlih
s light-weight snd convenient ramping out lit. Ilring In a posi
tion to furnish this out lit at lust cost wr arc
able to give our ruslouiri the benefit of
low prices. This roinplcti outfit, roiisisl
ing ol a canvas lent. 7 ft , made ol N or.
.lu.ki a camping
etc., consisting of
'I hi- l ent ami Campers Outfit go In a Trunk. We (ill the balance of lliis lunik Hilh s
liav tshn li holds blankets and wealing apparel, i oudensing a linvi h l's l'ni:i:; so thai
lie tan ihck everything neicssaiy on Ins In ki t ami have mi esiess b"i:i:i:c. 'I In I list
rest ol this cnlnc out til it $ I. YOU. 1 erms : $.YIHI miiIi the order,
$1 III! before the shipment ol the c.ooils from our ho lory. 1 lie
linal pa incut ol $.YIKI an be paid lo I he c spiess coinpauv ( ' O 1 1 . ,
Ilh privilege to examine, " Total weic.hi li.l IU. Wln-ic
a party ol lour people together they are buying one cooling
oullit, tno Hunks ami two lenls. All Orders will bo filled In
regular order, as received.
The opening of the Oregon Military koad Orant at lkcvlew (of the
Oregon Valley Land Company) will take place September Olh.
Thousands ol people limn all parts ol the I'mted States will attend lliis alUu which
will be the gieatest howl opening ever held in I tie- I'mlcd Stales. 1 akeview Is ilclincd
lo Iti nine one ol the great roiuuieri lal lentils ol our i ountiy, imini live pic pa ml lore are
going mi lo lake caie ol I lie val multitude Ilia! is going I" assemble thele in September.
Not a single riMun, house or stoic can be rented lor shelter or lor any other purpose as
many people who intend to be present at llie opening have taken all the room avuiluhle
lor fclccping puiposes.
The i lunatic conditions in Southern Oregon arc sui h I bat people can live outside in llir
open while here.
The (o-ncial Agent ol the Oregon alley I ami Company advises us I hat it la In it lo
male ample preparations lor this im casion, as those lml used lo outdoor ble would fiml II
a great tiard-dup lo sleep in the open. Kesideuls o I akeviesy advise us that lo live in
a lent in a regular camping way will answer all uip.ses. W e advise you, il inn itileml
10 be presenl at the opening, lo piepare yourself in every way ossililc.
Hy having su, li a camping nutlil you will save a great (leal ol money w hu h otherwise
you would have lo spend (or sleeping room and liung, wliuh will only Ik: available to a
In. ky lew.
I'p lo llie present lime we have taken orders for a great many ol these ouiMs lor
people who will go to Ijikrui w. These oullils are not made up esiepl lo order, so il
you wish to avail yoursell ol the opMirtumty ol gelling one ol these light weight camp
ing out til at such a reasonable prnc, you had betler semi in your order at nre. On
account ol the orders received ami coming in dally, we will be unal Ic to Idl your
order earlier than thirty days from receipt ol same.
Assuring you thai you will be more than satisheH with this i ainping oullil, ami thai
11 will be ol great service to you, we bet; remain, Your very truly,
46 li. Jackson Blvd.
OKI KK.M I NATION.
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"Well, snh, " siiawrrd Mr. Krrmtua
i'inkley, "I hales to glte In. If I
whs to trade itat mill" ott he'd regard
it at a l rn mel victory. It's been
frlyng fell He Ihs' Ii eeka to get rid
of mr)."- Vn''lili( o , Ntr.
We do In I know ot hut other pill
that is an good ns OeWltt's Little
('srly itinera, the tnmoiia little liver
pills small, gentle, pleasant and
sure pills ltd n reputation. Sold by
Pair 1 Hall.
UK. II T INK I NIL
He (dining the waltz) 1 danced
with Mabel 'riggs just nor. She Is
looking nice enough to est.
She tjeuloii Oh. It Ton like plain
food. liotson lHit ci ipl.
Waancn hu .it i n.lre
Tbose tt rue! I?e women who are
attractive In the (ace. form and trm
lr are the envy of tunny, who might
in like them A weak, sickly woman
will be sickly and liritahle. Const I
patioo oi Kidney poiaous hhow in
pi m plea, bloc hex, skin eruptions and
ft wretched complex 'ou. For all such
Klectriu Hitters work wondria Tbe
regulate stomach. I.iver snd Kidneys,
pill Iff ihe blood; give nlrotig nerves
hritfh ejes, pure preuth, smooth
velvety skin, lovely complex Ion
Many charn Ing women owe 'heir
health and beauty to them .Vic al
A. L. Thornton's
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( l or Publlcalloa
Iepnr tmrtit of Ihe Interior, Uulied
Stairs Ijwnl OtHce, Lukevlewr, Ore
gon, May V.7, VAV.
Notice la hereby given that the
state of Oregon has died In this oftloe
Its applies! loo Serial No trilirll to
select under the provisions of the
MCt of t'oiigrews of Aoguat M IHJH,
and the acts supplementary and
amedatory thereto Ihn KW quarter
KK'p'arter Kuc. & T. to S It. H II.
Any snd all preaous clnlmlng ad
verael) the landa described or desir
ing to object brcatie of the in literal
character of the land, or lor any other
mason, lo the dispoaal to applicant,
slionbi tils the r atlldsylts of protsst
in this otllce. on or lefoie the lOtli
dar of July, r.'.i
I. N. WATSON. Ueglster.
The above notice e III be i nlillstisil
In the Lake County Kmmlner, a
weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished at Lakevlew, Oreuor, for a
period of at least five weeks prior to
the dntti Urt In said notice men
tloned J 10 ll.'i J.N. WATSON. Iteglster.
A CLASSICAL CKKKAI .
"Are yon fanilllar with the ' l"li
rrut of the Breakfast Table' ' Jqueilnl
the i r 1 1 ins Western hi-hol it,.c..r
of the ISostou landlady.
"No, ma'am, " replied be land
lady, h she liMssed Die oiilmesl.
"There's such a slather of them tin
fimgled brxiiktast foods now t hat m
buiycHii' keep the run of them."
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