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1 Robert 1
i Will K.
( W. T.fii
F. A. Moore
Aeaooiate Inaitcri .
' OITM JVDICIAl MTBIC1.
. . .. .Oeo. H. Noland
O. M Merrymau
KvprenenlaUe (H k
H P BeUntp
Arthur . Orion R-Teiver
frd P Croiiemtller Receiver
LA KB COCK fT
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Com ialou erv
F. O Ahletrom
V A.J. Foater
R. B. Jaekaon
c. M. Fauikner
)U. A. nenan
H R. Heryfard
Vim J. rroudtoot
TOWN OF LAKKVIKW.
D. J. Wilcox
t. B. Auteo (
J. 8. Lao
W. H. Bniaer ..
A. Blrlwr .
LAKEVtKW BOARD OF TKAuS
M,1.Tlt W. H. CHIRK
rrwlrtent F. M. Miller
Jwwrer. m. B. Ric
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n..ne nmBlimu I- '
laduairl. w y jane
Publicity yp V "HerTford
Honiclpal s v u..hrt
Roo n Hedqnrter for Birneer.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH SCJJDAY
4ohool at to a. in . Preaching every bunaay at
UaTm and7:)p. m. Koworth League erry
ay at U30 p. ra. Co Ir meeting at 7:80 p. m. ,
UdlM AlJ Every Woe1ay at 1:30 p. m.
Iwr body cordially toiil w j
in i .
FIRKT BAPTIST CHPBCH OF Von
Preaching service l 11 A M and D
lilt and srd Bun. Bunrtay SchiK'l t.10..A-
Junior Society at :S0 P cr' """
PoDle'i Uuiop at :90 P M on earn tKinaay.
. ftine at 7:30 P M We.lneadar '.
Tfaytf ... ' vited to Had all er-,
Bit. KveriWiy"- - MITH. Paior. '
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0ATH0LI.: rHCKCH-EVIlBV 50'" I
Ichool alter Benediction. Week daj Ma- ai
VUI a.m. MICHAEL O'MALLk . J-
FIRST BATW1 CH'.'KCU OF (i)SK 1 4 K e
at Sew Pine . nek, Oregon. Preaching aer
Tirei at 11 A M and 7::tt) P M ol each Sunday
ol everv month 8undy School il IDA M.
, ; .... u,?.iwin WkrilnnvdMV evelliriff
of tu b weed. All are cordimly invited to j
attend be tr ice i
hEV. Lt. Ht.M)tKMI, I
Meet every ei:iind and l..urth ToUlBuay of
iwb i inou H. in MaLic Hall, Lanev.ew.
t h laa. TooulntiMfn. W.M.: Wm.Ouotner, F.
"PEOEEE OF HuNok-l.AKE-HOKE I- ...
Nr.. 77. I), of A.O. I'.W., Meet. '
third TtMir.ly of each ....
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j.o II.: Mamie Mr'. ul.ey, L. ol C. .
I O. O. r-'-I.AKEVIEW I.iumIE, No-
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REI'.KK .U " I- - LA K V I r. I." I E S
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Fr'idavk nil a Ir iii'.lilb III "ll l"-)l' lia.l.
Mrs Mb- Al-ii..m. N.li.; M Id L Hum-.
V.U.i Mrs . M. l .Moan, seoreidry ; V-it Al
BuniiUb'. I 'r-HKrer .
0. E. B. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 5. LAKE-
lew Oregon. Meet on Tuesday, on or be
fore full moon and two weeke thereafter, la
Vlnitlng Bieiiiliem are cordially Invltefl
CORNELIA A. WATbON. W. M,
L F. Co ii ii
Attorney at Law
and Noary Public
T D. VENATOK
Attorney at Law,
lnd Matters Upeelalti
OFFICE Daly Building.
Land and Law Ottlce
Abstractor of Titles
aattallaued LaaeTlew, Ora-
yjt LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office In 0. V. L.Co.'b Building;.
J. L. LYONS, D. D. 5.
Office In Watson's Block, Lake
Eight Tert iMrl.no la M !!
faradaaM ol talfaralty ol atkealaa.
SNOWSHOES FOR HORSES.
Mr. George Weitinghou Provide
Protection For Helple Equine.
From the royal household of the
kltiK 'f WuritomlHTu nt Stuttgart there
came recently a cable order for a full
sot of horse overshoes to be furnished
for the stables of the king. The cubic
wont to Pittsburg, the explanation be
ing Mrs. Ci'iTKO WestitiKhousc's Inter
est In the horse overshoe's. A repre
sentative of Mr. Westlnghouse turned
the message over to n manufacturer of
Mrs. Westlnghouse some time ago
pave to the Humane society of Pitts
burg a supply of overshoes to keep
horses from slipping on the lee ami
snow. A newspaper notice to thl
effect appears to have reached the
Mrs. Westlnghouse Is accredited with
first having made the manufacture of
the horse overshoe possible. She sup
plletl funds for an Inventor who had
an Idea for fastening chains under the
frog of etch horseshoe, giving the
MBS. OEOROE WESTING HOt'SK, THE HORSK'S
bors a rough bold ou the Ice of slip
pery streets. Mrs. George Westing
bouse was before ber marriage, wblcb
took place about a year ago. Miss Vio
let Brotklehonk, the pretty daughter
of Sir Thomas aud Lady Urocklebank
of Ireton Hall, Cumberland. Eugland.
The meeting of the young couple was
very romantic, tukiujj place in the uia-,
oWue shops of the great Westlnghouse
works. Miss I'.rovklelmnk and her
mother ',ile Siting friends in Titts
burg he diiy went tu.-"-'' H shops
w ith young fJeorge vTestlnghoUe, wow
as working as a day laborer in his
father's establishment, as their guide.
To quote Miss Violet, he was "perfect
ly stunning in his overalls." At the
time the English visitors had no Idea
that thoir guide was the son of the
great inventor. Several mouths later
Ceorge West ini: house went to England
and became one of a ww'k i-nd party
at Ireton Hall. It was tliet bat Miss
Krockiebank found out that Ifie "stun
ning Uian" at the Tittsburg machine
shop aud the rich Mr. West ingli. .use
Were one and the same person. Not
many months elapsed aft'T the meet
lug before the manor house saw a tine
old fashioned country wedding, and!
you may easily gti.s w bo w.i.t the,
"brid". A sjvfer of .Mrs. Westii.ghousel
is one of the most funoiis woman!
whips in Eti: ii-rl. At:d it was she !
who ilrove Mr i::id Mrs Ww in u hotisc ;
ii, a f..sir i!i-ha:.'l to tin- -iatiot. mi
tidies distant fo a l.e!"ti lia.l. When,
(Ley .-tafteil u:i t'l.-ir honey 1:10011. j
When the Occzn ore-zes Glow. j
If v., ii nr.. tl..:.:.i...- of gohig abro.Tl. '
,(. i-, ) . , in Jour iea:ner
trunk a le-oil th- on.- i!...-: ! i-'-'l-
Von will tii.d it not oti'y ii-etul wheu ',
I HOOD FOB WEAR OH THE PBOMENADB
you are enjoying the comfort that your
deck chair affords, but for protection
against the winda wheu you are tak
ing your constitutional. Ou a pretty
gui this hood, ufter the stylo of a
monk's headgear, is very fetching.
Not to Be Called Plain.
"There's one thing we will have to
I change If these ladies who wlsb to
j vote have their way," said Senator
"What U thatV"
"We'll have to quit talking abeui tbe
wisdom of the plain people." Wash
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A Simple Six
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How Sugar Melt.
If we drop a lump of sugar Into a
cup of tea we find It takes a coDBlder
m;le time to melt If allowed to remain
at the bottom of the vessel, but If we
uoid It up iu the shmiu near the sur
face of the HcjUld It dissolves much
more rapidly, 'ibis Is owj.g to the
sugar as it melts rendering the portion
pf fN' lea containing It heavier. The
sntH-teniHl part, therefore, tlesceuils,
leaving the pugar eonsiant ly in cotitact
with unswei-tenetl or only partially
sweetened tea -In fact, a coiitltjual
circulation of fltiui is promote: Until
the whole Is dissolved. When the
supir is plar iM or permitted to In- at
the bottom of the r up it dissolves until
the layer of fluid next it is thoroughly
sweetened or saturated, when it prac
tical! v censes to dissolve any further.
Ihn un-nt'li-rier! nlirt heavier stratum f
atxiVe It acting for a ernis,,;ei'nlile tlmn
until the law of diffusion ruini's -radu-nllj
Into play, like an Impervious cov
f-ring. in keeping brt. k the lit:titer. un
sweetened fluid alsive: tiemi' the rea
son also why stirring. In l.reat.ing up
tile satuntil layer anil alloulng tie
ces" to the unsweetened porti ii. is su
f-ffer'tual in bringing ahoiit the unl
frirm sweetening of tea. late i not In
freijuently sueeteiied li the s.iiii.- stir
ring Up process.
The Farril Pa'r.
The wriggly st.lincss ,,r t:.. Ond?
pr-ricl Was l.-iiir-n li a -l;-i.i .l i-rj-'or.
liini a thin boy in dirty, rag- ! end lies.
tiotir-hi'd acro-s i In- r n II i Iwaj to
the teacher's rlesk h'" rliauii'il. i'a
wants that you should hi .lim go home
right now." As Miss I (avis looker a
little doubtful, he added. "He kin come
back right away."
The permission given, the two badly
soiled, half starved sons of the most
shiftless family In the district si utlled
down tbe stairs. Very shortly Jlin re
turned, wearing a pleased and lnisir
tant smile on his pathetic little face.
"I come as Boon's I could. I'n's
brother's dyln' to poplar," he announc
ed cheerfully. "That's why pa wanted
"P.ut you weren't gone long; you
didn't stay home. 1 can't see why you
went at all," answered the bewildered
"Why, pa's goln'," explained Jim.
"Yes. but what has that to do with
you'f" asked the teacher.
"I'a bad lo have his suspenders,"
wa Jim's matter of fact reply. Ex
change. The Power of Snail.
One day by way of experiment I
harnessed tw8 common garden snails
to a toy gun carriage to see if tbey
could pull it along, says a writer in a
London magazine. Although tbe gun
carriage waa a heavy leaden one, tbe
snails pulled it so easily that I loaded
the body of tbe carriage wltb small
shot. Tbe snails, however, were more
than equal to tbe task. Anxious to
test their powers still further, 1 at
tached a toy cannon (made of lead and
brassi behind tbe gun carriage, but tbe
snails aud their additional load moved
ou once agalu with tbe same apparent
ease. Out of curiosity I decided to
weigh tbe cannon, gun carriage and
shot and to my great surprise found
L. Sixton, Architect.
In the bungalow line this design Is n
gem lo study. This Is what Is called
a six room bungalow The rooms are
nil thrown together, the living room
opening up with the reception hall and
forming practically one large room
twenty-nine feet wide. There Is n lit
tle hull from the bark of the bunga
low which allows one to pass from the
front to the rear of the house without
entering or passing through any of the
rooms. Into each of which there Is n
hall enfmnoe This Is as near a per
fect floor plan as can lie got up for n
bungalow of this sire. There Is it
small basement under the kitchen,
with a bedroom across the rear. The
Rlre Is SO by .'IS feet over the main
part. The flrst story Is nine feel In
the clear. Mulshed with hardw I
floors throughout and Washington ILr
for finish In each room Cost to build,
exclusive of plumbing ami heat I at
By special arrangement with me the
editor of this paper will furnish one
complete set of plans and specifica
tions of design No. Mill for
GLENN L SAXTON.
the total weTghT to be utmost one
pound. I venture to think this a very
good load for two nails to uiu tinge.
The Frying Pn.
"People are always decrying the fry
ing pan." said au experienced cook,
"but the thing they refer to cooking
moat, etc., in a shallow pan wtti but
ter ns fat -isn't really frying it; It U
auielug The reul frying pun Is a
deep kettle tilled with hot clear lard
or olive nil. In this llic frssl - dough
nut, cro'iUi'M,-. ,,r u luuever II may be
Is immersed Just long enough to make
It crisp and brown on the outside ami
feathery anil light ou the Inside. 1-ood
cooked In t his way is entirely digest i
ble If properly made. Hut so many
cooks make the mistake of putting loo
Uip b shortening In the mixture lo be
fried, Ulid tile fat Inside, combining
with the fat outside, prevents Hie for
mation of the crisp crust und makes
the food soggy."
Meanness to a Dlind Man.
A man Willi dark glasses over his
eyes touched the r-onrlucior on the
shoulder as the cir noared Euclid ave
nue ami East Fifty Mill street.
"Pardon me,'' the man said, "but II
you're t In- cot in. tor I want lo nsk i,
favor Tin Lund, and I u.inl "U tr
lead In'' o el to I lie n li vl:'-u I he r a I
Slops, if oil II he so I
".Not that I niinrlc'l the little hoi her
of iloin' that ..r 1 1 i in." remarl:cil the
coialm i..r v l.cn i i- got Lack on In
cur. "Ian 't.i.n 1 r.gtit to let a blue!
Ulan go aioiicil all alone like that in
night try ing in hml his wuy around In
the dark. "-Oct eland Plain Dealer.
Hi Idea of Economy.
"It's all very well for you to preach
economy." said his wife, "but I notice
whenever I cut down expenses that
you smoke better cigars and speud
more money for your owu pleasure
thau at any other time."
"Well, confound it. what do you sup
pose I want you to economize for, nuy
way '"Chicago Record -lleruld.
Up and Down.
Mistress -Here's the hum for that
Clock to be repaired. Get It for hltn.
Nora-And. sliure, where is it' Mis
tress - Upstairs, of course. Nora
Faith, an' I thought It had run down!
New York Press.
When rural carriers have to make a
daily round of from twenty to twenty
five miles, rain or shine, suow or mud,
tbe matter of good roads Is a mighty
pertinent one, and it is so held by the
postal authorities at Washington, as a
good many patrons in tbe northern
snowbound states have likely con
cluded during the past few weeks.
Some patrons we beard of the other
day who live not more than forty
miles away came to town following
a big snowstorm which blocked tho
roads and guve a particular currier
fits because be did not make a certain
piece of road and distribute mall along
it When they were naked If they
came to town via this piece of unbro
ken road they auswered: "Why, no.
We came around 'the other way.'"
The Incident ucd no further com
ment to make Us point plain.
A complete line of
wtigon hihI bngg
liar n ess, lilps,
robes, Mts, liutcs,
spurs, ipillls, rose
el tew, cle., etc.
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
S. F. AHLSTROM - Proprietor
BALDWIN & GORDON
AT KLAMATH FA1,I,N AH KXCLl'MI VK AC.KNTH
FOlt LAKH, KLAMATH AND IIAKNKY fOUNTIKH
Till! III'ICK stood tlie test of it dally stage run from Luke
view to Klamath 1'alls.
Till: Dl'ICK Is tliebest iill-aruiin.l maclilnc for YOl'U use.
Tliere are more lll'ICKS In Ignite ('utility ami lime Klven
better satisfaction than any otber make.
Till: lU'lCKS are inaile In all slcs from a small Kiin-about
to a large Touring Car. Write Italilvt In A (ioriloii at Klamuth
I'alls lor ilemoiistratloii ami other Information.
Block Signals Steel Bridges
Ninety-Pound Steel Rails
Oil Burning Locomotives
Perfect Dining Car Service
Shortest Line to
EAST OR WEST
Information promptly furnished by the
District Freight and Passenger
' Agent, Reno, Nevada
Lame back comes on suddenly sad
Is etxremely painful. It is caused
by rheumatism of tbe muaoles.
Quick relief Is afforded by applying
Chamberlain's Lioiment. Hold by all
i:ver llilntf In Hie
line of carrliiirr
mill liortte llirnlsli
by eo in ie t e n t
m mi R.i till ;ii
S. A. MUH1IKN.
Surveying and Knglneorina;
Hulte No. 1 Lakeview
Watson Block Oregon