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Btnuaf o4 Auita
twratarr of Treasury
T9Mj ol Wr
torarv Q.a.raU ..
wr 11-7 r AirMcultnr..
Mti."r of Oommsroe .
James M.b man
r'hllud.-r C Ktt
....Jacob B. Ptcainaoa
Qronr W. Wlckrmham
,.. Frank H, Hllchoock
Oenrre Von U Myrr
.. Rlcnard A. Balltnuer
, Jimi'i nuaon
... Cbarlci Sard
Mrlvtlle W. r)vt
U, 8. Land CommLtnni
Striarv ol (Ul
fut. Public Instruction
Dairy a Pood Com
F. W. B.-nimn
....P. W. Bnmin
mo. A. Slwl
. . J. H Ai acmian
..W. H. Puntwuy
; J. W. Bailey
I Johnothan Bonne, Jr.
I lieo. A. cnambrrlain
W. C. HawU-jr
jV. R. Kills
Chi I J i) Jit re
R. S. Bran
-i F. A. Moore
f Robert Kakln
I Will R. King
) W. T.Slaier ..
airm judicial pirrain.
. Geo. H. Noland
D. V. Kukkrndai;
II Merry man
H P Belknap
u b, land orncE.
A. W. Orion
rred V Cronemlller
bommisstoasrs. . .
A. J "foster
R D. " Jaaon
'" C. U. faalkne
I IC. A. Itenart
J H.tR. Heryf.rrt
TOWN OF IAS VIEW.
. J. WllCOX I JDCUU1BI
J. N. Watson I
J. 8. Lane I . ,
w. B. Bnlder 1
LAKEVlKWBOARD orTKAt";ra ,
W. H. Sti lhlv
Finance Commltleinea ...
Municipal M ....
Room Headquarter for Btranirers.
.. F. M. Miller
. .. L. F. Conn
.... r. E. Sender
W. F. Faine
W. P. Heryford
. H. W. Drenkel
.. 8 V. Rehsrt
TIR8T METHODIST caUKCH-SCNDAH
CeboolatlOa. m. Preaching svery Sunday at
He.ro. And7:S0p. m. Epworlh laue every
,unday evenlPf 615-' Prayer Memti Tburi
1ay at 7: p. ra Choir meeting t 7:30 p. M
Lidie' Aid Every Wadneiday At 1:30 p. m.
XTerrbodT cordially Invited to all tervlce.
C.J. WENTZELL, Pastor.
TIRBT BAPTIST caTPCH OF LAKEUM
preaching nervlc At 11 A M na7 .W
1st nd 8rd Ban. Sunday School ,t10A M.
Junior Bociety At tlSCf-. lUptlst Younj
People's Union at 8:80 F H on each Sunday,
jrayer Meeting at 7:30 PM Wednesdayteve
Bine. Every body Invited to attend allser
Ticej, REV, H, 6MITU, Pastor.
LIO CHenCB-EVtRV MJSDAT MASS
iPHdteiiontHo'ctwka. m. Sunday
school after BebeHKtlon. Week daf Hiu at
M Ti'm" MICHAEL O'MALLEV. S. J.
riRST rJAPTISl CHCRCU Of 00K l
at Ktw tue Mk. Oregon. Preaeblna ser
iices "t 11 A M nd 7:30V M of each Sunday
ofeveri month. Bunday School at 10 AM
Praver Service at 7:80 on Widnesday eveiiinir
of ea?h weed All are icordl ally Invited to
Meetl. every second and fou rth Thurd.y ol
. wh month, in Msj"i1c Hall, uiseview.
cKS. Tonningn. W.M. : Wm. Gumher, F.
r,EGREE OF UONOR-LAKE8HORE U
m ni n .WH.. A.O. U. Meets r
third Thursdays of each rophtu
Hall: Llllie Harris; C. ftU.;
-Ij. of H.: Mary Post. C. of C: Sri
i r !(
L O. O. F- LAKE VIEW LODGE. No.
O F.. raeeu every Saturday evening t
Fellows Hall, at f: o'clock, from Ocio-xi 1
to April Land at olclock from Apri! 1 to
September 30. A. K, CheneT. N. G.;
I. O. O. F.-LAREVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I O. O. F., meets the trt and third Thurs
day eveniufts of each month in ;Odd Fellows
Hail. Lakeview. CD. Arthur, CP., A. H
EBEKAH LODGE LAKEVIEW LOPJiE, NO.
2" I O O P., meets the second and lourtn
Fr'idays of each month in Odd Fellows Hall,
Mrs. Ida Heryford, N. G.i Mrs. Edna Miller,
V.G.J F. W. Payne, Secretary; Mrs. L.J.
. E. 8. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 5. LAKE.
view, Oregon, Met is on Tuesday, onl or be
fore foil moon and two weeks thereafter. In
Masonic Hall.at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting members areordially Invited.
VU is CORNELIA A. WAT80N..W. M,
L. F. Conn ' Claude M. Johns
CONN & JOHNS,
Attorneys at Law
J. D. VENATOR
Attorney at Law,
Lm4 astWH Hpelaltl
mCK Dalr Banding.
Land and Law Ot ik
Abstractor ot Titles
yt LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office: Over Bank of La view
fllOS. J POWELL
Attorney at Law
JOfflpc In Paly Building
, TSa M4arvs 01r4.
sP1a, wmliia. ft an) faatfey
la the alrl ( nlnaix n ntnsx
Wouldn't b era arvd craaky
i k An ksa m . s x a k a L asa a 1m A 4 a 1 1
uppoa, old man,, isuiiun or ArruiuA imrr rin
many tororlsw ln,j.PPOlNr KNT A8 GUARDIAN.
Hr. Bach, "i
yon find a rat
marrlad llf. D?
Mr. Youor buaband. "I should
so. Why, ooly tba other day I foood
out that my wifa la foodsr ot triad
onions than ioa oraaui."
foolish Yirrlna changa their figures
At Dama Fashion a wild caprlca,
t'nromplalnlnir. bear the rlgueiira.
Dreamlnir. though, of night's ft I rasa
-Mabel E. Brooka In Puck.
"Out siverythliit, ih7" nskwl Ham ol
Nonh rlille tho old man stivnl on the
quarter deck nnd scanned the passen
"Not .vet." replied Noah. "We'll hare
to wait for the man who tows to high
heaven that he will never be caught
alive In a full dress suit and the wo
man who won't talk while she plays
whist." Chicago Tost.
How to Go and Forgst.
I know how to holj
As the lovers of old-
How to cling- to you. sins; to you,
Let all tha world know t r sons; thai 1
brine to you.
But I do not know yet
How to to and forget.
I know bow to call
To tho God over all
How to e!b for you, cry for you.
rifht down tho terrible dark till I dla
But I do not know yet
Mow to go and forf et.
Edwin Uarkham In Delineator.
A Doubts Shot.
Howell Ton look happy.
Powell I am happy. I killed two
birds with one stone today.
Howell How was that?
Powell I ordered my motber-In-law
out of the house, and my wife went
with her. New York Press.
SAVED KKOM AWFUL PERIL
"litftrr rail so tiaar ny urate, "
writes IjwU t'hamblln, of Manches
ter. Ohio. li. K. No 3. "as when a
frightful coiiith .and lui trouble
pulled ne down to 115 pounds In
spite of iiimii Mu''ie ( b tent
doctor. Aid tia I im silts today
is due solely to lr Klnn's New Dis
covery, which 0 Mtibleteljr oiled me.
Now I neiK'h 10 J pouii Is and ran
work tirtr.l. It alnu cured mv lour
childteu vt croup." Iniallllile lor
cor.itlis an.' col. Is, its t tie inoxl certain
remedy for I.H(.tri te. Afthma, des
perate limit trouble nnd all brotirMitl
street inn. tHc and 1 00. trial bol
tie free Gimriintt'e 1 tr A L Thorn
KNEW TUT. ATTRACTION.
"Thats riulit rail and carry on be
cause 1 spend an evenlim it the club
I don't expect to b atdn to inakn you
see what nttraota a man tu the club "
"No you dou't make me ee It,
but yon make me smell It, all rifht. "
PRrUSl ll EST "hE LPS 6 K P H A N S.
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the President of the Indus
trial and Orphan's Home at Macon,
Oa who rites: "We bare used
Electrio Bitters for nine years, t has
proved a moat excellent medietas
for Stomach, Liver and Kidney
tioubles. We regard It'aa ons of the
best family medicines nueartb." lit
l'ittforuiodll vital orea'is, pun flies
the Mood, aida digest too creates ap
petite. To atrenntben and build up
pale, thin, weak cblliren or lundowo
people it has no equal Best for fe
male complaints. Only 50c st A. L.
In tbs matter of the iaajdiohip
ot Urvan Emsrson and Krres femer
Notice la bsrsby Rlfs tbst tbs oa
deralKue I twa applied to tbs Uouaty
Conrt of Lake County, Oraasa, to b
appointei as Ktiardlau of tb estate
t'f the above named Bryan Emerson
and Ei tol Eiiiersou minors rssidiof
without the Mai of Oregos, aud
hat inn estate In Lake County. Ors
uou nii i tiiHt xabi Court ban fined
Thursday Ihk H'lh day of rrruary,
1!M0, at the h"ur id 10 w' clcok A. M
of tHi I 4hv, as the time, and the
County Courtroom In the County
C i tin in Lttkevle, Orcitou
m- i ni.i t'i iieailuK aud examla
Hit -tit hi lb alMim and all objec
tion.. I httt'lu. and passinu upon the
sun e .All persona lutorested are
lnrli.v riiinlrcd lo appear at said
time anil I'liu'e aud ollet their objeo
li' ii if any H ere be In tirantluK fsid
at pi n ut ion.
'I hi in. I ice is published iu the
I. like County Kfcaininer in pursuance
o: -in tinier of said Court made and
entere I on tin I'Jth ilay o' January,
rH. l'AKMIAM K I1AHK1S
U w :i
I asked her to be mine, and straight
Th1 iosy color rushed
Into her cheek.' I knew my fate.
For she flushed.
And yet and yet she answered not
Nor said tha word she blushed for.
She stayed mute, though I asked her
She flushed for.
But now. alas, too well I know
The reason she was hushed.
She was a mere coquette, and so
Back to Earth!
"Every cliuil has a silver llulng,"
aald the ready i:i idi philosopher.
"Yes!" nusv.'o t d Ml.-.s Cayenne. "The
lUUi Hut liow about
J csKful Girl.
Phyllis tr'. .win thiuurfli my fancy
Phyllis "..-a u He. .shore maidi
DuUili.ur or a wealthy bunker
In a v.e.; frn town. Bhe said.
Phyllis surVly had me foing.
But from dreams I soon awoke
When 1 learned that "ribbon counter"
Was the languuge Phyllis spoke.
All Getting In.
"They've hud a consultation of pby.
alcians over him."
"He must be a pretty sick man."
"No( he's not very sick, but be bas
wads of money." Pittsburg Post.
To Fit the Occasion.
"Let me spin you a yarn while I'm ehv
lng you, sir,"
Bald the barber, baldheaded and hoary.
And the man with thin lotks said, "All
right, so ahead.
But make It a hair raising story."
Los Angeles Express.
A (Sentiment Scorned.
"A dog Is man's patient.
"Naturally," answered the harsh an
alyst, "ie depends on a man to be ,his
meal ticket." Washington Star.
The ladles there whose heads were bared
At once resumed their hats. '
'Twas when the lecturer declared,
"We must destroy the rats."
Los Angeles Times.
of mine is just
"He ehopjied down a cherry tree and
then split it into rails." Puck.
Can't Compare With the Old Kind.
Borne char) has made a queer device
That darns your socks up In a trice.
But Isn'Uhe the awful yumer
To claim that It's tha peerless darner?
. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Money and the Lady.
Checkers Years ago I bad money ts
burn, and I burned Itl
Checkers On an old flame of mlns.
We are progressing, that Is clear.
For as you view the landscape o'er
Tou must observe that every year
The hats are funnier than before.
An Intellectual Pup.'
"But even that educated dog can't
write, ran be?"
"No, but when It gets its feet muddy
It can make Its mark." Kansas City
V alkr H
u.'.t to show his grace,
pon his sister's face.
') t en did cull,
J .lint you will fall."
-Cleveland Plain Dealer,
:. xoensive Luxury.
ii lircuk u bill V
ii break anybody,
' nrcessarlly bars
HIS HUNTED LOOK.
The kind lady bad just handea the
hobo a sandwich and a hunk ot pie
"Poor man. 'she said svu patbeticial
ly. "are you married?"
No'm, " answered the u. b. " I ot
this bunted look from beln' chased
from place t' place by der police.
WON'T NEED A CRUTCH
When Editor J. P. Soesmao, of
Cornelius. N. C . brn red hia leu
badly, it started an ugly tore. Many
salves and ointments proved worth
lesa. Then Buckleu's Arnica Salve
healed it thoiougbly. Nothing is so
prompt aud sure for Ulcers, Boils,
Bums. Bruises, Cuts Coros, Horea.
Pimples. Eczema or Piles, yfao at A,
"Mr. Dark. -If Ah should kiss Jo',
Miss Brown, would yo' call fob as
sistance? Mlas Brown 'Sistaucel Oo yo'
think ab need any 'distance to receive
one stingy little kiss?,.
ALL HIS MONBY
man earns goes to tbs
. Often all a
doctors or tor medicines, to cure a
Stomach, Llvet or Kidney trouble
that Dr. King's New Lite Pills would
quickly cute at a alight cost. Best
for DispepBia, Indigestion, Bilious
ness, Constipation. Jaundice, Malaria
and Debility. '25o at A L. Thorntons
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department Of The luterlor. U. S.
Land Otllce at LakevlbW, (Jregou,
Dec. 31t, 100P.
Notice la bete by given that James
D. O'Connor, of Plusb, Oregon, who,
on Dec. 17th, 1900, made Homestead
entry No. 3018, Serial, No. 01388, for
E!..SEJ, Sectiou 11; NKNK'. Heo
tion 14, Township H.. Range 24 K.,
Willamette Meridian, has Hied notice
of intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to establish claim to th
land above described before Re
gister and Receiver, U. S. Lam
Office, at Lekeview, Oregon, on th
25tb day of February, 1910.
Claimebt names as witnesses:
Dennis Donovan, of Plusb, Of eg in
Dick O'Mahoney, of Plusb, Oregon
W. K. Barry, of Lakeview "
Phillip O'Connor, of Plush. "
ARTHUR W. OUTON Register
l It K OK ADMINISTRATOR'S
h.. Ol IU.AL PKUPKIUV.
lu i.... er of the etate of E. B.
Coon he. Deceased. :
Notice Is hereby given tbat uader
end pursuant ot an or.ier mads aud
auierrd in the above-entitled matter
by the Count, Court of Lake Coun
ty. Oregou ou the tith day of .lauo
arr 111 10 licsosiug and empowerlug
tbs noderslgoe- as ad fin 'at rater of
tbo estate of V H. Coouss deceased, i
to sell at private sale the real proper
hereinafter described, tbe uoder
sigiif l 111 from and after Thursday,
the 17th day of Kebruary. A. O., 1910.
Droceed to sell at private sale At
New Pine Creek, Oregon for rash up-
n .. I n .. . I .. l L. ; . . a.
vim 'in.ri; vi u.f SUUfVUt lo
joutlrtiiat'Ou by the court, all tbs'
rlubt title, interest and estate ablob
the Mbove uainet. decedent had at .'
the time of bis death, and all tbe
ruM title aud interest which bis es-1
tat bus jiuce acquireii In sum tu the
folluwiug described real prr petty, .
situated lu Lake County, State of;
Oregoo to-wit: !
Southeast Quarter of Soutbest'
Quarter aud Lot Number Pom lo
Section Eighteen, Township
South, Ran tie. Twenty Last of
linnet te Meridian, m Lake County,
uregon couiaiuing nu acres more or
Dated this )2tb day of January 1910.
Administrator of tbe estate ot E. H.
COONSK, deceased. 2W1
U 4 .... . .,, 4 ,
.. a . - '. - t. I i I V 1
The best Vnnquero
Saddle on the
Also a complete line
of wagon and buggy
robes, bits, rlstes,
spurs, quirts, rose
cites, In Isct every
thing In the line ol
carrlrge and horse
pairing by compe-msn.
ERECTED IN 1 000
.' iir ,yvA iiJ I ",,
. ' '1' t-
J I tl .
SwWHr LIQHT & HARROW, Mroprietoi
OP SHEK1KK SALE
YfTA s ; . 1 11
rr - -iM hot w
..- "iaja - ii. art
Ely's Cream Balm
Sure to Cive Satisfaction.
OIVKS RELIEF AT ONCrt.
It cleanses, soothea, henls and p'otoct.t the
disettsiid niembrune restdtinu; frun Citturrh
snd drives away a Cold in the Hi: d quii-klv.
Kestores the Benxes of Taxte ami Hiiidl.
Easy to use. Contains no injnri nadrug:
Applied into the nostrils and nfmorlind.
lirgo Kize, 50 cents at PruVgistK or I y
muil. Liquid Cream Balm for ue ij
Itomiztrs, 75 cents.
fclY rJR''THFrlS. b Warren St..
Under and by virture of an execu
tion In foreclosure. Issued out of tbe
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Lake, ot tbs 18th
day of December, 1909, to me directed
and delivered in a suit In said Court
for said County and State wherein
Carsteus Packing Company, a Cor
poration, as plaintiffs, recovered
judgment against Reuben Leone
man, Jennie M. Ilenneman, bis wife,
Alexander Reitb, and (JeorglBoa
A. Reitb bis wife, as the
defendants for the turn of Fifteen
Hundred aud Eleven (91511) Dollars
and cnHts nnd disbursement taxed at
Nloty four (91 ) Dollars od tb 22ur H
day of October, 11X18. said jadgmsot J
bearing interest at the rats of 0 psr
cent per annum from November 22ud, ,
190H, and also a decree of foreclosuie !
and order of sale agaipst raid de
fendants hbd by direction of said
ordei bf said Court and said execu
tion, I am commanded to sell tbe fol
lowing described real property, to-wit :
Tbe Northwest quarter of Section
Tree in Townahio Thirty-seven
south of range nineteen east of tbe
Willamette Meridian, in Lake County,
Oregon, f"r tbe purpose of satisfying
raid judgment of tbe plaintiff's and
tbe cost and expenses of suob sale.
Notioe Is Hereby Given tbat on
Monday, tbe 8th day of February
1910. at the Court House Door oo tbe !
front and East side of tbe Court
House of Lake County in tbe State
of Oregon, situated in tbe . Town of
Lakeview, at tbe bour of ' ten o'clock
iu tbe foreujij said day I
will sell at publio auction to tbe
highest bidder for cash, all tbe right,
title and interest which tbe defendants
Ruben K. Ilenneman. Jennie M.
Heuneman. his wife, Alexander Keitb
dU'. Oeorgiaoa A. Reitb, his wife,
nad on the Kith day of February,
1901, or any other which tbey, Or
either of them, may have acquired
since that time in and to tbe said
lands bereinnefore described or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said judgment aud tbe coats
ana expenses of making such sale.
Dated this 8t.b day of December,
Sheriff of Lake County. Oregon.
By C. D. ARTHUR. Deputy.
ROBINSON & CO.
Wm. Wallace, Mg
Furniture and Bedding.
ea a specialty. Firstcfass Hearse In at"
Red Livery Barn
M. O'SULLIVAN, Prop.
New Rigs and tiy Special Accommo
Fancy Teams Sm dations
to Let -Sr;.;-. r- For Freighters
Corner Canyon and Main Sts, Lakeview, Ore.
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
', will rjive ycu full value
ft r every dollar spent
v'j Kt?o you ory in
cna wc-Uest weather.
AJ.TOWER CO. BOSTON. USA.
Tower Canadian Co. limited tougnto.can
V VSfil rCJ 1
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Department of Tbe Interior U. B.
Laud Odice at Lakeview. Oregon,
Deo 7tb, 1309.
NOTICE la hereby given tbat Williarp
N. Dobkios whose post otlloe address
is Paisley, Oregon did on 'the 4th
day of December. 1908, His in this
office Sworn statement and Applies
tion, No. 0893. to purchase tbe SYVtf
KW'i, Hection 6: HF SE. Heotion
6, Township MS. Kaoge 18 K.. Wll
lamette Meridian, and tbe timber
thereon, under tbe provisions of tbe
act of June 3, 1878. and aots amenda
tory, known as tbe "Timber and Stone
Law," at suob value as might be
fixed by appraisement, and tbat,
fmrauant to suob application, tbe
and and timber thereon, bare
been appraised, 516. 2ii tbe timber
entl mated (107,000 board feet at S.7B
pur M. and the land 100 00; tbat said
applicant will offer final proof in sup
port of bis application and sworo
statement on the 20tb day of Febru
hiv. 1910, before Register and Recei
ver. U H. Land Dtlica, at Lakeview.
Any person in at liberty to protest
thin puichaae before entry, or initi
ate a eonteMt at an time before patent
IbHiiea, by tiling a corroborted a til da
vit in th in office, alleging facts which
would defeat tbe eutrv.
ARTHUR W. ORTON Reglste
North Water St., Lakeview, Oregon.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
toT K very th log In the Hue of liIackHmlibliig or iron or
work done In a satiafuctory manner and at bedrock Drlcra,
patronage respectfully nollclted.
W. F. PAINE CO
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