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1 U H . VI IlIU A i "3. 11)10
ijA k f. cot Nn ) a . i i . i 1 J
tocroiary ol Treasury.
. Wiltam H.Tlt
' . .lama.8hiinau
... philander t . MlOX
Ju'ob N Dickinson
Secretary ri "ar.
rostmastor Oeneral '"""' ' 1 WZ
Hecretaryot Navy 2" iV,mnK !
Becret.ry Interior Kl. -liar .1 A. Hi ll I ng '
awrctary ol Apiculture ,J-t, N."
l.niel J.lMlcr ..,,, iui nnP
Ve.nattiitl ftftW. II. !S " """" " --
w. Kirhardu I'.
, 1 and t'nmni1l"
V. w. Benson
.'.V.'.'.V. W. Honson
ura. A. steel
A. M. Crawford
. .. J. H AlK'TlllHIl
W, S. IHiotw v
1 w, Umli't
p re' ary ( State
Attorney General. ... .
6iit. Fubllc Instruction.
Dairy ud Food Corn
Jchnollian noun, .jr.
co. A. CliamKrriain
I v . . "
V. K. .
iMOrtlU JUSliCOS .
Will K King
UrTH JVMC1AL DISTSJC1.I
Coo. II. Solalul
D. V. Kukken.lali
H Merry man
II 1 Belknap
0 8. LAND OFF1CK.
A. W. urton
Fred V Cronemiller
r , . -ComniiMlooara.
F. W. Faynv
' Albert Ieni
...C. 41. raninni'i
I'M. R. Herylnr.
V m. Frond foot
TOWN OF LAKEVIEW.
J. N. atsoni
J. 8. Lane i
w. B. Puirler
LAKEVltWIBOA RD OF TKAi-K
Fiwanee Commltteinau .
V. tl. Mi
F. M. Miller
..M B Kite
I F. Coi'ii
' '. ('. E. S.'ter
W. F. Bailie
. XV. P. Heryford
H. W. I'renKoI
.. 8 V. Behart
Koomi Headquarter for ftraifer
Icnfl at Vo m. Breaching every Sunday at
nafm and7 a0p.m. Epworth la(tue every
8undy evening It 6:45. Prayer Meeting Thurs
Koody cordially ig?t:
.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKEVJEvV
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7 JO f M on
lit and Srd Sun. Sunday Scho.il at 10 A M.
Janior Stety at t:30 hi. Baptist oung
People'i Union at 8:80 PM on each Sunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:80 P U Wedneaoayleve
nine., Everj body invited to att.Mid allser
.fire. PEV. U, SMITH, Pastor,
CATHOLIC CHCRCH-EVERV SCNDAY M AS8
and Benediction at 10 o'clock a. m Sunday
"hool aft..r Benediction. W eek day Maa at
7KW a.iu. M icli ALL O M ALLX 1 1 &. J.
first BAPV-si i:h,k. i or ''''w.'1.
at New Bine t.roek. Oregon. Preaching j-r-ilce.atll
A Mand 7:3oPMot each Sunday
J lverV month Sunday School at 10 A M
Prayer Service at 7:V) on Wndnewlay evening
of each Tweed All are cordially invited lo
and. he .erv ice. y HENDERSON,
Meew every aecond and fourth Thursday of
Chaa. Tonningsen. W.M.; Wm.Gunther
r,EGREK OF HONOR LA KESHORE L
U mnnlh III MflJKIDIC D it l- "
No. 77. V. ol rt., . w. vi. " .. --
third Thursday! of each monm
Hall: Ullie llarrU; C.of H.;
L. of H.: Mary Boat, C. of C.i 8rt
: rv. .
I. O. O. FLAKEVIEW LODGE.
O. F.. meeta every Saturday eve
v..u.. h.ii. at 7 :S0 o'clock, fro
to -i .
taAnrill.and at 8 olclock Irom
September X. A. E.Cheney,
1 O O. F.-LAREVltW ENCAMPMENT hO 1
1 O. O. F., meets the rt and third Thur
Say evenings of ea h month in :Odd Fellow
Hall. Lakeview. CD. Arthur, C. P., A. 11
. t iiiv.i t k U V.VTKW I.ODCiE
22, 1. O.O. F.. meeu the second and four b
Fridays of esch month in Odd Fellow. Hall.
Mrs. Ida Heryford. N.G.; Mrs. Edna Miller,
V.G.; F. W. Payne, Secretary; Mrs. L.J.
o nDirvTii. THAPTER. NO 5, LAKE.
'vi;W', Orego'n.-Meets on Tueirfay. onl or.be-
a 1 1 mnin n fl IMtl w rj ku-i-.'--i
Masonic Hall, at .7:0 o'clock
L. F. Conn Claude M. JohDB
CONN & JOHNS,
Attorneys at Law
Jt D. VENATOR
Attorney at Law,
Land natter tspeelalti
OFFICE Daly Building,.
Land and Law OMce
Abstractor ot Titles
yy. LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Oilice: Over Hunk of La view
JHOS. J POWELL
Attorney at Law
JOUlec In Daly Building
LAkS VIK W OhKOO.V
The Wars of
V. French and Indian
Dy Albert Psyson Tribune
AUG a mnp of
Tntoo iiIoiik It n
mile strip along
tlio Atl.mttc const
Muln Com pa iv
this In size with
strip" was held
In 1740 by the
perhaps a million
In number, and
divided Into thlr
teen colonies. All
the rest of North
Washington as ME3- claimed by
In 1740 the English kiuff crantcd
CtAOOO meri ot 1mm) om IMfWrti mite
f the Ohto rtre to aa aBaoclatioa
of En ff! In h and Vtrirtnla speculators
known as the "Ohio company." This
grant was In the heart of the section
claim ed by France.
To strengthen their hold and to pre
vent the English from moving west
ward the French built a chain of forts
and trading posts from the St. Law
rence to the mouth of the Mississippi,
completely hemming in the thirteen
colonies on the west. (iOvernor Din
widdle of Virginia resolved to send n
message of protest to the French com
mander, St. Pierre, who was stationed
at Erie. Ta. The choice of a man to
bear this message was one requiring
great care, for the trip involved the
traversing of several hundred miles
of trackless wilderness, full of hostile
savages, in dead of winter and called
for prudence and diplomacy as well
as courage. Dinwiddle selected a big,
rawboued Virginia lad, barely twenty
one, by trade a surveyor. The boy
was George Washington. It was his
first appearance In history. He made
the perilous Journey and brought back
t. I'lrre s in' Kiit rerus tl to cease
fortifying the di.-pinej l.u.d.
A party if Vhv.-hikttH utirted to
erect an Fti-'Vtt forr at the Junction
of the ' - iVH nnd A 'h-h.'ivy
rivers. : '' '.) ij:e f Pitts
blir rtv st vrrlt mi It
a ti' ' ;i at -l ':'d mid de-
fent i! t' I; the p!;ico and (iro-
ceedt-'d tn en !. to the fi rt on their
own fl'-ci.ii.. t i ; trrluon it with
Frenclimeii and to name it Duquesne
in honor of their commander In chief.
Smarting at this humiliation, Virginia
raised nlw'Ut 150 men and appointed
Colonel Joshua Fry their leader, with
Washington second In command. This
little force marched forth to recap
ture Fort Duquesne. A detachment of
French opposed their progress at Great
Meadows May 28. 17M. but were
beaten and their
vllle. killed. This
v a s the first
blow of the war.
their march when
Colonel Fry died.
The British gov
e r n m e n t now
took an active
band In the war.
of "regulars." was
sent across to
America to take
DEATH OF B BAD DOCK.
scarcely be made to take a serious
view of the situation. What could a
few bands of savages and a few nun-
i dred French emigrants do, be asked
! scornfully, to check the triumphant
march of his British majesty's regular
; troops? Washington and others tried
to point out to him the dangers mat
lurked In the forests of Pennsylvania
and the difficulty of dislodging the
French and Indians from their chain
of forts. But be snubbed the "proTts
clals," scorned their advice and tn
1756 set out with a body of 1,000 men
to capture Fort. Duquesne from the pi
Though the forest swarmed with In
dians, Braddock used no caution and
would not even send out scouts. With
trumpets blaring and with no attempt
at secrecy, be marched on toward Du
quesne and death. Early In July be
had arrived In the near vicinity of the
fort. Washington begged him to take
great precautions tn bis advance, but
Braddock refused to listen. Suddenly
on the morning of July 9. as they were
but ten miles from their goal, the rocks
and trees mi either side of the hill the
is (limbing burst into a
shot and whizzing ar
. had blundered etraight
..rranged French and
.no of his grenadiers,
' Miking behind a rock.
In i cowardice. Braddock
r.ro Into the skulker's
b.ic' brother, who stood
neai . a musket and mor
tal!; iv. i he foolish general,
fcho own soldiers. Brad-
doc1., fci' ' Ington took command
and b inmate skill averted a
blood .- '
Hrvliur prrnnrntlonn implr iiofji
op dry catiirrh ; lliojr dry ttp tin mvrrUoii
which ilher to tuo timl'ran an. I deeoni
po, canning a fnr more torioua trvmliln t lm
the ordiimry form of cutiirrh. Avoid nil i
iiiK inhitUiita, fume, muoket Mid aiui. t
and vtao thitt which cloaiiHoa, aootha aim
heal. Kly's Cream llahn i auch a rnm dy
and will euro catarrh or cold iu tlio lin:i!
easily mitl jileaiantly. A triid aio v. ill In
nniled for 10 Cflita. AH di i'KHiHtM m- (lie
r.lV. aio. T.ly Urothor. fill NVarren SI . , N.
The IwUm cures w ithout pitiu, il.- 1 1 . t
(vriliito .ir cause buCpv.Iuk. It Kpirnda its il
over an irritated and miKry Biirfnoo. n liev
itiH immediately the painful inllttiiitiiation
NVilh K.ly'a Crei.in Ititlui you nro hitum
anitiHt Nawd Catarrh and Hny Vov. r
Th Boy and tht Publisher.
A New York publisher, having busi
ness nt the rapltnl connected Willi
pending legislation with reference to
International copyrights, was hurry
ing throne h a corridor of the bulltlliu
when he encountered a "hop o' my
thumb" scurrying along with an arm
ful of papers larger than himself.
Hello, son:" cried the publisher.
-And what mav ht
your position In
"Pin n page, sir," answered the lad.
"A page! Why. my boy, you're
scarcely large enough for a para
SAVED FROM AWFUL PERIL
"I never felt so near rey grave,"
writes Lewis Chamblin, of Manches
ter. Ohio. K. 11. No 3. "as when a
frightful cough and lung trouble
pulled me down to 115 pounds lu
spite ot many remedies and the bent
doctors. And that 1 am all re today
la due solely to Dr. King's Nr Dis
covery, which completely ooied me.
Now 1 weigh 10. impound and cau
work bard. it also cured my lour
rhildreu of croup." Infallible for
coughs and colds, its the most certalu
remedy for LaUrippe, Asthma, des
perate lung trouble and all brourhlal
rtllectiou, DOo and 1.00. trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed ty A. L. Thorn
ton. Protecting Wild Game.
Now, Jane will feed the chickens.
Hut she won't K near the out.
Sho doesn't dare.
You see, her hair
Sometimes conceals rat.
PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS.
Hundreds of orphans have teen
helped by the President of the Indus
trial and Orphan's Home at Maoon.
(ia. who writes: "We have use 1
Electric, Bitters for nine years. It has
proved a roost excellent medicine
for Stomach, Liver and Kidney
tioublea. We regard It aa one of tbe
best family medicines on earth. " It
invigorates all vital urijans, puriBiea
tbe blood, aids digestion creates ap
petite. To strengthen and buildup
pale, tbln, weak children or mndown
people it has no equal Best for fe
male complaints. Only 50c at A. L.
Th. Only Alternative.
Mother (to her daughter) What la
your father making such a row about
In the other room? Either the doctor
has forbidden him to Kiuokc. or be Is
now asking him for your hand. File
WON'T NEED A CRUTCH
When Editor J. P. Soesman, of
Cornelius, N. C bru sed his leg
badly, it started ao ugly tore. Man;
salves aod ointments proved worth
lees. Then Buokleo's Arnica Halve
healed it thoroughly. Nothing is so
prompt aud sure for Ulcers, Boils,
Burns. Bruises, Cuts Coros, Sores.
Pimples, Eczema or Piles. 'Jba at A.
Art Early Net.
With the bluebird cornea sarin.
With a prln s cam dawning.
With cleaning eomea work.
With work comas
I I Boston Herald.
TOOK ALL H18 MONEY
Often all a man earns goes to tbe
doctors or tor medicines, to cure a
Stomach. Liver or Kidney trouble
that Dr. Ktng'a New Lite Pilla would
qoickly cure at a slight cost. Best
for Dispepaia, Indigestion, Bilious
ness, Constipation. Jaundice, Malaria
and Debility. 25d at A L. Thorntons
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department Of Tbe Interior U. S.
Land Olllce at Lakeview, Oregon,
Dec. 31st, 1909.
Notice ia hereby given that James
D. O'Connor, of Plush, Oregon, who,
on Deo. 17tb, 1906, made Homestead
entry No. 3Gy8, 8erial, No. 01388, for
ESEJ, Section Hi NEJNEI. Sec
tion 14, Township 36 8.. Range 24 E.,
Wijlamette Meridian, baa filed notice
of intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to establish claim to tbe
land above descrloed, before Re
gister and Receiver, U. S. Land
Office, at Lakeview, Oregon, on the
35th day ot February, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses :
Dennis Donovan, of Plush, Oregon
Dick O'Mahoney, of Plash. Oregon
W. K. Barry, of Lakeview
Phillip O'Connor, of Plush. "
ARTHUR W. ORTON. Register
' . ...iAV.
OP APPLICATION FOl
hJN r AN UUARDI AN,
I A " M .N 1
lu t ii uittter of the guard lauahlp
of Hi nil r uieraou Ntid Krrol fcaier
son. ;v, l;n.r.
N 1 1 e is hereby ulv that the tin
dersitfiie t Iihm applied to the. t'ouuty
Omit ot Lnke County, (reou, to be
Hptxii n t t iib KuaidlHii of the estate
( the nboVH iiiiiiiaiI Itry nil Kineraoii
nil I Knol Ktnersoii inlnors tesldliig
without the Stut" nt Oregon, and
but i . at estate In I.Ht'e t'oiinl.v. Ore
gon itii'l tli'tt snl I Court has tlxtxl
Ttunsiliiv the b'lh tiny of FeiiniHrv.
1010, ut the hour id 10 o" elook A. M
of nib) 'lav, n h the time, hik! the
County Courtroom in the Count
Coutt bonne in liikevimv, O go1
n- Inn uliien, fn ho t, i u and exniuid
inu raid iii'plii'itititiii and all injt-c"
tloim tin leto, ami passing upon In1'
siiii'e. All ptTM'iiH luterestt'd ar1'
hereby reiiiircl lo appear at osl I
time ami place mi I ollei their objection!-
if any there be In prHiittnv i-aid
Hppl 'cut Ion.
Tills notice is published in the
Lake County I '.Miiiilncr in purHiiuiiee
ol mii oi.it r ot sal. I Court iiiniIh and
entcrel on t'm 1'Jlb onv of .laniiHry,
1010. FA UN II AM IL IIAKKIS
MTK'i: Ot-' ADMINISTRATOR'S
bAn. OF REAL PROPKU1Y.
in u.u or of the estate of E. B i
Notice is hereby given that miller
end pursuant of an oroer made and
autered in the abo.e-etititled matter j
by the Count) Court of Lake Couu-
ty, Oregon, oq the bth day of Janu
ary 1010 licensing and empowering
tbe nnderslgned as admoitrator of
tbe eetate of E. H. Coouee deceased
I to sell at private sale the real proper
tyhereinafter deaeribed. the under
signed will from and adet Thursday,
the 17th day of February. A. D., 1010.
proceed to sell at private sale at
New Pine Creek, Oregon for ihsIi up
on delivery ot need HiiJsnb.ct to
continuation by the totitt, all tin
right, title, interest ami estate hlt-li
the above namei, decedent I l hi
the time of Ins il.'Hth, ami all H i'i
rikbt title ami interest which Ms et-f
tale lias .lince nciiiilre.1 in an.i li t j
folliiwiiig described leal rrieit.
sltiiHte l in Lake County, Miue nt .
( lrenon t o- it : i
Southeast (Quarter of Soutlii'Ht
Quarter and Lot Number I'oui in
Section Eighteen, ldwnshlp Fmty
South, Kan ne, Twenty East of Wil
lamette Meriiiian, in Lake Couuty,
Oregon containing HO acres more or
Dated this )2tb duy of January 1010.
Administrator ot the estate ot E. 11.
COONSE, deceased. i!W4
OF SHERIFF SALE
Under and by vlrture of an execu
tion in foreclosure, issued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of, Oregon
for tbe Couuty of Lake, ot, tbe Ihth
day of December, 1000, to me directed
aud delivered in a mil io taid Court
for said County and State wherein
Carsteua Packing Company, a Cor
poration, aa plalntilfs, recovered
judgment against Reuben Ilrnne
man, Jennie M. Henueman. bis wife,
Alexander Relth, and Georgiaua
A. Reitb his wife, aa the
defendants for the sum of Fit teen
Hundred and Eleven (flOll) Dollars
and costs and disbursement!" taxed at
Niuty-foor (tOt) Dollars ou tbe i2ud
day cf October, 1008, said judgment'
bearing lu'erest at the rate of U per '
cent per annum from November '!2ud,
KK)H, and also a decree of foreclosuie
aud order of sain agaiost said de- j
fendanta and by direction of said
order of said Court and said execn-1
tloo, I am commanded to sell tbe fol- i
lowing described real property, to-wit : I
Tbe Northwest quarter of Section j
Three in TownsbiD Thirty-seven
south of range nineteen east of the ;
Willamette Meridian, in Lake County,
Oregon, fnr the purpose of satisfying!
raid judgment of tbe plaintiff's and
toe cost and expenses- of such sale, j
Notice ia Hereby Given that on
Monday, tbe Htb day of February'
1910, at tbe Court House Door on the
front and East side of tbe "Court
House of Lake Couuty tn the H'.ate
of Oregon, situated tn tbe Town of
Lakeview, at tbe hour of tin o'clock '
iu the f.ireu'jo said day I ,
will sell at public auction to the ,
bigt eat bidder for cash, all the right.
title aod interest which tbe defendants
Ruben FX lienneman. Jennie M.
lieuueman, Ms wife, Alexander Reith
an i Oeorgiana A. Reitb, his wife,
had on the 13th day of February,
1001, or any other which they, or
either of tbem, may have acquired
since that time in and to tbe said
lands bereinoefore described or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said judgment and tbe costs
and expenses of making such sale.
Dated this 8th day of December,
Sheriff of Lake County. Oregon.
By C. D. ARTHUR. Deputy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of Tbe Interior U, S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
Dec 7th, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that William
N. Dobkins whose post office address
is Paisley, Oregon did on tbe 4th
day of December. 1908, Hie in this
office Sworn statement and '.Applica
tion, No. 089.1, to purchase the
8WJ, Section 6; HE SEJ, Sectlou
6, Township .'US. Range 18 E.. Wil
lamette Meridian, and tbe timber
thereon, under tbe provisions of tbe
act of June 3, 1878. and acta amenda
tory, known aatba "Timber and Stone
Law," at such value as might be
fixed by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application, the
land and timber thereon, have
been appraised, $515.25 tbe timber
estimated 007,000 board feet at 1.75
por M. aud the land $00.00; that said
applicant will oiler Dual proof in sup
port of bia application and sworn
statement on the 20th day of Febru
ary, 1010, laifore liegiuter and Kecel-
ver. U. S. Laud Olliee, at Lakeviotv,
Any person la at liberty to protest
this puichase before entry, or initi
ate a eontest at an time before patent
Issues, by tiling a corroborted affida
vit in this office, alleging facta which
would defeat tba entrv.
ARTHUR W. ORTON Reglste
ft - i . ' A
ERKCTLI) IN lK)
l or CUnni-KCIAI
w LIGHT & MARROW. Propnctot,
Furniture and Bedding.
68 a specialty. Firstclass Hoarse in at"
Red Livery Barn
M. O'SULLIVAN, Prop.
New Kis and t?V' f" in-anl Accotnnio
Fancy Teams -4bw tlations
to Let -distT!?''-.- For Freighters
Corner Canyon and Main Sis, Lakeview, Ore.
WOODCOCK (& DARNES,
North Water St., I akevlew, Oregon'.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY,
bajr Every tiling In the line 1 bluckHiulthlng or Iron' or
work done In a HatlMfactor.v miiniier and fit bedrock lrl'MS
patronage reaiwctfully solicited.
I W. F. PAINE Sb CO I
Lakeview - - Oregon. J
EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE
School Books, Tablets, Pencils
Pens, Inks, Etc., at
The hest Vanqucro
nddle on the
Also a completellne
of wagon and buggy
robes, bit, rlatcs,
spurs, qulrta, rose
cites In tact every
thing In the line ol
carrlrge and horse
pairing by cotnpe-men.
ROBINSON & CO.
Wm. Wallace, Mg