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It Occurred at the Moment the
Lady Wished It.
By JANE PINCKNCY BURNETT.
Copyright', imo, ly Amnrlcnn Press Asso
i lHilun J
l'r. I'llirmo was no excellent mat rl
monlnl catch In every wsy except In
Ihst f fortune. Moclnlly lie stood
, high A any una cnti sisnd In Ameri
can society. HI manners wers rt
lined. i was ut only conversant
with conventional customs, but know
the social rights of every one, In till
, rolatlmm to others It would have been
Impossible for him to commit a aocliil
.error, people whose education or In
; 'slim t were not of the highest type
would watch hint nt n 1 Inner party or
any doHiiI function and follow til load.
They knew ho would not eat meat
i with hi tlnti fork. .
I There win an ex net counterpart of
the doctor among the women of the
f place where ho lived and practiced. A
I young widow, Mm. Qweudoltn Whit-
"ow bovaxr of too I"
Ing. waa never known In the whole
twenty-four years of her life to offend
agnlnst Rood tato. 8 ho bud the far
ulty when "out" not only of keeping
off auch men aw were considered leant
desirable attenduuta without seeming
to dismiss them, but of attracting and
retaining those who were from a aoclal
point of view particularly desirable.
Sho had never known any other condi
tion than that of wealth, consequently
(ltd not know the value of money. In
the choice of a second hushaud, there
fore, it no object to her.
One evening Dr. Pit inn n wne about
to keep an engagement with one of but
pa den tit. a miiidcu Indy and a hypo
chondriac wlnx.0 fitucy for mediclnea
m a Hourco of considerable revenue
to him. Jost ua he win leaving the
house there came a ring at the tele
phone. "la Dr. I'll iimn ot homer
Thin la Tr. Pitman."
'Please, air. Mr. Whiting In not feel
ing very well thin evening and would
like you to cult."
"Sny to Mr. Whiting, please, that !
am nbout to visit another patient and
will cull Inter In tho eveulng."
There wna a pause, broken by the
"Pleuse. air. Mm. Whiting is feeling
rather strmigc. nud would like you to
come ut once."
"Very well; I will bo there directly."
The doctor mailo the reply after con
sideration. Eneh womau expected a
preference, and it wna a question
which of the two he should prefer.
The hypochondriac was good for at
least bin olllce rent, while the widow
wan ordlnurlly lu excellent henltb.
lint the widow waa attractive, and
listening to the achea and pnlna of the
Jfypochondrlnc was a bore. Thla was
the reason he decided to go first to the
lie found her alttlng or rather half
reclining on a loiiugo beautifully and
bccomlUKly dressed. Mrs. Whiting waa
born with a line aenae of harmony In
color and bud chosen a ahude for the
lamp on the llttlo table beside her
with a hue con! rusting with ber cos
tume. Ilelng n light shade of rose, It
also gave ber complexion the warmth
Leaving bin satchel lu the ball. Dr.
Pitman entered tho room with tbe
encouraging smile that waa bis. In
variable preliminary tonic lu visiting
a patient. The widow gave a feeble
return of tbe audio aud extouded ber
band, displaying to tbe elbow a obape
ly arm. Tho doctor clasped the hond
lightly in bis own and placed tbe tips
of tbe fingers of bis other baud ou
"Slightly above normal," be aald,
"but uo fever."
The physician then gave the patient
a professional look wltb his large
hnodriomo eyes, which meant "tell me
your symptoms." It was not usual
with him to ask questions of his lady
putleuts. lie left them to give their
"I was sitting In the library after
dinner," said Mm. Whltlug, "when a
singular fecllng-woll, It is best de
Mcrllicd ns loneliness came over me. I
flt tho need of u stimulant and drank
it gluHH of wine. It did me uo good.
Indeed, tbe roiiulreiunt was uot a
physlcul but a mental or rather splrlt
ual one. I have never suffered any
symptoms of me'ancbolla. but I should
fajicy ray feelings were of this order."
"Any unusuul action of the beartr
uxked tho doctor, hU linger tips still
ou tbe ludy's wrlm.
"Yen; fl alight flultcrllig."
"liNiitrei-iible In nny respect?"
"Hiu!" mi I' I Hie doctor, withdrawing
j hi tom b upon tho wrist, mid, bend
lug down, with an apologetic "Ex
rime me," pluelng bin cur over the
lieu I t. lie IIhIciiiiI for He cm I mlnilti.'it,
t licit. rlNltig. looked lit the tmlleiit with
an expression that was more thau pro
"I aupMme," ho an Id. "Hint there U
no one very iienr or denr to youthat
there U a void which needs to be
lllled. It In thlN Hint U affecting the
action of your heart."
"I am sure your tllnguiml In tight,
dM'tr. 1 u in lonely. I have the
1 meiiiiN to acquire anything I wIhIi ex-
Thla statement commended tho Indy
specially to the doctor' delicate sen
slbllltle. Another womau might have
put It bluntly, "line of the advantages
a man, especially a poor mini, nifty de
rive from tnnrrjlng me I my wealth."
Instead of this harsh aniioiincement
I Mil Whiting bad aald, "I huve the
means to acquire anything I wind ex
, cept love." And another man would
I bnve made IkI1 to Interpret Ibla a it
' waa Intended. Not so the refined Pit
man. He Ignored It, except lu a pro
"I think, dear Mrs. Whiting." be
aald encouragingly, "that what you
need 1 not drug. I found a allghtly
accelerated cardiac action when I lis
tened to your heart beat Just now aud
could glvo you a sedative, but I doubt
(but it Is necessary. You need rather
to mingle more with the world. We
medical men aro now Inclined to build
up tho wbolo system rather than an
affected part, the part deriving bone at
from the whole and being tbua
strengthened to throw off the trouble.
1 wish you to cultivate such associa
tlon a are pleasing to you. If there
Is any one whom you wish to be wltb
you a great deal yield to tbe longing.
I need not say that In the case of ao
charming a woman"
'Oh, doctor, how good of yout"
"Have you any engagement for to
"The first dose I shall give you is
fresh air. I w 111 call at 3 and take you
to drive. Have you seen 'Lohengrin'
with Muie. a Elsa T"
"1 have not, doctor."
"I will secure seota for Wednesday
night, and I wish yon to continue my
I rent men t in this rcupect during the
seunou. Are you fond of flowersT"
"I will leave an order at the pbarm
I mean the flower shop for eome roses
to be sent In tbe morning."
"Ho lovely of you!"
"And now I must leave you to see a
patleut I was about to vlislt when your
"Yes; an elderly lady, a hypochon
driac who trie mo dreadfully. 1 ahull
preNcrllie for her, as lu your case, not
drugs, but with a view to build up ber
"What do you mean by that, doctor?"
"I shall send ber off on a long trip."
Dr. Pit inn u kept bis engagements
with Mrs. Whiting at least as soon us
he bud seen bis hypochondriac patient
safely off ou an ocenu liner, with a
medicine chest mmlo up by himself to
suit her especial cane sent her tiowcrt
regularly, and each day bis manner
beciiiiie more endearing. He was grad
ually lending up to a proposal that the
widow knew was coming, that bo knew
shu knew was coming, but between
two persons of such delicate sensibili
ties must be made as a mule angel
would mnke It to a feiuulc angel, pro
vided there were mnrrlage and giving
In marriage In heaven.
It came one October evening when
Mrs. Whiting felt that she needed Dr.
Pitman's professional services or Dr.
Pitman, ns the case may be. Sho waa
sitting beforo n Are of real blitzing
logs Mrs. Whiting scorned to uso
any of those devices for Imitating an
open wood fire dressed in a tea gown
that was extremely becoming to ber.
She had been putting off Dr. Pitman's
proposal until sho felt exactly in the
mood for It. Dr. Pitman, with exqui
site tact, aware flint she desired to
lead In the matter, left everything to
her. He wna no stupid blunderer to
step In at the wrong moment and was
prepared to speak wben be received
tho slgtiul. Nor was It neceasury for
the widow to mako that signal Inordi
nately plain. The doctor could brcuthe
it in wltb the perfumed air that sur
rounded her lovely person.
Dr. Pitman had come In early and
was dressed for the evening wben he
received a telephone call from Mrs.
Whiting's maid that ber mistress
would like to have htm come over if
he could do so at once. In ten min
utes he was with ber, though he had
stopped on the way for flowers. Dls
patient was discernible only by tbe
firelight. Without rising sho gave him
her band, and when she looked up at
him there was that In her eyea which
(old him the hour bad come, ne re
tained her hnnd for a moment, return
ing her glance, while with bis other
band he tossed (ho flowers be had
brought Into her lap.
"You are looking so well, so charm
ing, this evening." bo said, "that I am
suro yon have not sent for me to min
ister to your health, and I am pleased
that It Is so. for I bnve something to
say to you that I have boon putting off
from day to day. Hut beforo I say It
promise nie, my dear Mrs. Wbltlng,
that whatever it be it shall not break
up, that delightful friendship which
has come to be a necessity with me."
"I promise." she suld lu a low tone.
Then, bending low over her, be said:
"My whole being Is dissolving In an all
absorbing love for you. May I dare
hoie that you will be my wife?
A Want Ad In Tho Lake County Examiner
Repeated ft few times, if necessary, will find a customer
for that property of yours. Tliey are scanned closely
by intending buyers, and the cont is nominal 5 cents
the line for each insertion. Social long-time rates.
WANThll -Man to tnke logging eon
Intel. Apply to the luruey Con
struction Co., Lakevlcw, Ore.
WANTLD A KANCI1 TO KKNT with
stock and Implements, stock tskan
on ebsres or ruo cm a sstarr. Uest
of rsleranees. Wile good cook.
Inquire of O. W. White, Aituras,
Cel.. care J. C. Klobardson's camp.
wAMbO-'VYe mount all kludaof birds
animal beads, elo. We tan skins
aiid tusks rugs aud rote.
Utly and blojraoos. Taxsdermists
Valley Kalij. Oregon. 3t2in.
We oord u ttaktNiiia.ii in (neb of ev
ent I excvllt-nt tlields to sell our apleo
did uurncr.v limit. A pcruitmeut
pluce, cash wceslr aud a square firm
back of you. Write, for particulars.
Wanbliigton Nursery Co Toppculsli,
round 4 wMle and spotted hows,
right car cut, apply Henry ileryford
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ward IrtNtied by the Telephone
Company for destroying It prop
!M INC'M.L A N Mll
A KLWAUO of nfty dollars is here
by offered for In.ormatlon that will
lead to the arres aut conviction of
any peiaon wti bs stolen wires or
other property, from our .Company;
and tbe same reward Is hereby offered
(or informal i-.n that will lead to toe
arrest and -..''Orict ion of anyoue des
troying tc property nf the Company.
decretal j Lake Co. TeL A TeL Co.
Uou't forget that we carry In atook
tor aale all kinda ot iron, bol's and
obnins. tbioibie akeina and Iron ana
steel axles Arzoer tiros. tf
Blue Prints ot any lowosblp in
Bums Laud District showing all
land entries, names, dates, etc. To
pography. Your order filled on day
of receiving. Price II. J. C.
TUKNKY. burns, Oregon 6tf
Cheap flour at liouanta. Quality
guaranteed or money refunded. tf
POT A KINO HAVE THE IJEST
graiie .iqours aud Cigars to be
found In Oregon. tf
J. 11. CUTLER WIlltSKY AT THE
Hotel Laaevlew bar. Tbe beetand
purest whisky made. tf
Folt HALE Fine Wool Uuck Items
and i'oluud China Boar 1'igs, en
quire 1. N. von verse & Sou, New
Pino Creek. Sept 7-2S
WANTED Uooil hoUNekecping maga
zine requires tbe ervloe of a repre
sentative in Laker tew, to look
after aubecrlotion renewals and to
extend circulation by special meth
ods which have proved unusually
HiicccHsiuI. .Salary and commission.
Previous experience desirable, but
uot essential. Whole time or spare
time. Address, with references, J.
V. KalrbaukH, Good Housekeeping
Magazine, ital fourth Ave.. New
FOR SALE Lot 10, block 6, lake
view; also the tii of SX of BE of
NKX, Nee. 8, T. 8, R. 2() near Luke
vlt w.Oregon, to highest bidder for
cash and quick sa'e. Or will tnde
for Southern California property,
ii. D. Hutchison, llarstow, Cal.
FOR HALK 20 acres In section 21.
township IM, range :9. Enquire, of
Sengcr Ilroa.. Lakeview, Ore
FOR BALE M) acres In alfalfa, U
miles south of New Pine Creek, also
80 acres farming land, 60 acres in
wheat 0 miles south of New Pine
Creek. Particulars of L. T. Hender
son, New Plue Creek, Ore. Apr'JO-tf
FOR f-ALE 10 acres, near Lakeview.
Description: Kkj of SUotNW of
NE of Section 10, Township 40,
Range 19 E' W. M. Otto E. And
ersou. Lake City, Minn. ,
040 acres fine, level land adjoining
Pauline Marsh, alx miles north of
town of Silver Lake. Vry cheap
for cash. Apply to J. O. Hall, 522
Chamber of Commerce building.
Portland, Oregon. 4-13
THE Lakeview Abstract & Title Co.
Is making special prices on Abstracts
to O. V. L. Co.'s Tracts and Town
FOR SALE The Wtf of Sec. 34, T. J18
S., Range 19 E., W. M near Lake
view, Or. Call on or address Cbas.
F. Elgin, City liecorder, Salem, Ore.
FOH HALK-Traotft, Sua. 14, T.3H, R. ID, 10 saroi.
L. J, forter, I'urtlsud, Tuxm.
rOK BALK-Lot -xS, block 40. sad trsat 11, 8eo.
15, T. 8V, It. lit, lo scrun. i'etar Uwetmou, 470
Lsidluy Bt., bu Frsauinoo, Csl,
rOK SALK-Lot U, block 67, O. V. L. Co. sddt
liou.sttd N),ot KJj ul NK,4' of NEU. Sua, 1.
T. 40, K. 10, 10 sorua. Addrext Kred K merer,
&rU 4, box 10, KkUwuClty. kUu. 1'rlcs i!0.
KOK BALK Trsot 1, Sua. 16. T. 87. R. 4, 40 scrr.
J. 11. Puamon. mi W Alsuteds Ava. Kunvar.Cul
FOK BAI.K lot IM, bloon 18S and tract , Beo IS,
T 41, K 111, VO sunn. AddruuTllduu Wsrd.lll
K Ul Bt, ! Moiiivs, lows.
rOH f t I K Lot 14, blook ISO.sud N) of of
NM '. Heo 17. Til, It 10. to sorus. Kui L.
Wr. box 14, KliiBtld, V) Mb. fries KuO.
roa HAl.lC U,c 6, blurk t!,, O V L lilitlon.
ni nr.'i, wvj, ne 17, I m, kh,w err.
AMrmJ. Hiiro Wolla, Moufljwl, Mlun.
rtlt SAI.fc lt it. block 2l,,u V L. xlriillun,
nd H of N W'4 of t)W4. Hoc 1, T M, KM, 20
err. AMrC. C, Harmon, lun Kmiu 1st,
fOH HA 1.K-H4 of KU, of rK of KIC,c Zft.
. k IS. 10 sure. jfddrcM Lnr J, Otros,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Not Coal Land)
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Olllce at Lakeview, Oregon
August 4. 1911.
Notice is hereby given that George
R. Parman, ol Eaicleville, California,
ho, on October 'J7, 1910. made Tim
ber and Htone Application, No. 040n3.
for W NE,, Section 35, Township
408, Hange ii E. Willamette Merl tlao,
baa filed notice of intention to make
Final Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, tofore Keglstar
and Receiver of tbe United tjtates
land Ofllie, at Lakeview, Lake
County, Oregon, ou tbe 6th day of
Claimant names aa witnesses:
Frank Mulkey aud L. McCulley, ol
lnkeview; W. J. Parman, ol Eagle
ville, California, and George Wlmar,
of Fort Bid well, California,
A. W. OUTON. KeglsU-r.
lu the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Luke.
Gussie A. Ileryford, Plaintiff.
, Plaintiff. 1
L. Ii. Ileryford, Uefe
To L. Ii. Ileryford, the above named
In the name of the State of Oregon,
You are hereby required to appear and
answer tbe complaint filed agatqt
you In tbe above entitled court aud
cause, on or before the 1-th day of
Of tolcr. 1UU, the said date being tbe
lust day ot the time prescribed in the or
der of publication of summons herein,
and if you fail ao to appear or auawer
for want thereof the plaintiff will ap
ply to tbe court for tbe relief demanded
In said complaint, namely: That the
plaintiff take a decree against you dis
solving the bonds of matrimony exist
Ing bfctweeu you and tbe plaintiff and
that she resume ber maiden name,
Gussle A. Young, and for ber cost of
This summons is served opon you
by order of Judge of County Court of
imkh county, btatt aforesaid, dated
Aug. as, lan.
W. A. WILSHIRE,
Octl2 Attorney for Plaintiff.
In Uie Circuit Court of the Bute of
Oregon, for the County of Lake,
A. M. Baxter, Plaintiff,
Win. Hume, Defend
To. the above-named defendant,
In the name of tbe State of Oregon :
You are hereby required to appear
and auswer the complaint filed against
yon lu ti e alove entitled Court and
cause, now ou tile with the clerk of
totld Court, on or before alx weeks
lroiu tbe date of the first publication
of this aummous, towlt: Ou or before
tbe lJtti dsy of October, 1911. ana you
are notified that if you fall so to ap
pear and answer the complaint, ss
1 lore I n required, the plaintiff will lake
Judgment against you tor the sum of
JTi 7-, together with the sum ot
llUO.Ou as attorney's fee and the furth
er sum of 1208.37 together with the
sum of $100.00 as attorney's fee, and
the further sum of $511 .94 together
with tbe sum of $150,00 ss attorney's
fee, and the further sum of $315.70 to
gether with tbe sum of 12o.00 as at
torney's fee, and the further sum ot
$12.70 together with thesuni of $10.00
aa attorney's fee, aud the further sum
of $37.75 together with the sum of
125.00 as attorney's fee, and the furth
er sum of $24.48 together with tbe
sum ot $20.00 asattoruey's fee and to
gether with the costs and disburse
ments of thla action.
This summons Is served upon yon
by publtcatiou thereof by order of tbe
Honorable B. Daly, County Judge ot
I.ake Connty, Oregon, made on tbe
3rd duy of April, 1911, directlog publi
cation thereof ouce a week for six
cousecutive and uccessive weeks in
tbe Lake County Examiner, published
and printed at Lakeview, Lake Coun
ty, Oregon, said 1 ake County Exam
iner being a newspaper of general cir
culation, published and printed weekly
at Lakeview. Lake County, Oregon.
J. II. LANE,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Date of first publication, August 31,
Date of last publication, October 12,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Not Coal Lands)
Department nt tbe Interior, U. S.
J .and Ottioe at Lakeview, Oregon,
ugust 2rf, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that Nellie
Barry, f Lakeview, Oregon, who, on
January , 1910, made homestead en
try No. 02903. for NW) NEW, Ei
NWK. NEljHWX. Sectiou 25, Town
ship 39 B. Kauge 21 E, Willamette
Meridian, has tiled notice cf Intention
to make dual five-year proof, to estab
lish claim to tbe laud above described,
before the Register and Receiver of
tbe United States LaiidOUlueat Lake
view, Lake Co., Oregon, ou the tit U
day of October, 1911.
Claimant names as ltueses: Ben
Jatuln Daly, John Collins, Dick Ma
honey, aud Timothy McCarthy, all of
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I Not Coat Land
Department of the Intierlor, U. 8.
I-and Ottlce- nt Lakeview, Oregon.
September 6, 1911.
Notice la hereby given that Richard
O. Mahooey, of pnh, Oregon, who,
on July f. lfstO, made Hmetead
entry No. 82f, Serial, No. 01317, for
V.y, Ixita 3, 4, f, . Section 10.
Township 31 W, Kanx?24E, Willamette
Meridian, bss filed notice of Intention
to make Final five year Proof, to ea-t-l)llh
claim to the land atnjve des
crllKl, before the Register and Re
ceiver of the United Htates Land
Office, at lakeview, Oregon, on tbe
14th day of October 1WL
Claimant names as witnesses;
diaries Robertson, Walter Dent.
Philip Lynch, Pat Murphy, all of
J A. W OltTON, Register
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior, United
Htates Land Office, Iakevlew, Ore
gon, September 6, 1911.
To Osiar Vogel, of 8t Louis, "Mo.,
Yon sre hereby notified thst James
E, Calderwood, who gtw Adel. Ore
gon, as bis postofflce address did on
HeptemtMr 6, 1911, file in this efflce his
duly corroliorated application to con
teat snd secure the cancellation of
your homestead entry No. 3703. serial
No. 00T.2, made December 28, 1906, for
lot 2, SWJi NEt and W E, sec
tion 2, township 87 i-ootb. Range 25
East. Willamette Meridian, and as
srounds for his contest be alleges
that taid en try man never settled
npon, improved or cultivated any
part of said lands, nor has be ever
resided thereon, and still falls to re
side upon, cultivate or Improve tbe
same, or any part thereof.
You are. therefore, farther notified
that the said allegations will betaken
by thls.otllce as having been confessed
by you, and your said entry will be
canceled thereunder without your
further right to lie beard therein,
either before this office or on appeal,
if you fad to file In this office within
twenty days after the FOURTH pub
lics' Ion of this notices aa shown be
low, your answer, under oath, speci
fically meeting and responding to
these allegations of contest, or If yon
fall within that time to file In this of
flee due proof that you have served a
copy of your answer on tbe said con
testant either In person or by regis
tered mall. If this service Is made by
the delivery of a copy of your answer
to tbe contestant In person, proof of
such service must be either tbe said
contestant's written acknowledgment
of bis receipt of the copy, showing the
date of its receipt, or tbe affidavit of
the person by whom the delivery waa
made stating wben and where the
copy was delivered; If made by reg
istered mall, proof of such service
mutt consist of the affidavit of the
person by whom tbe copy was maded
stating when and tbe postofflce to
which It waa mailed, and thla affi
davit most be ac ompanied by the
postmaster's recet t for tbe letter.
Yon should state In yonr answer
' he name of the postoffice to which
you desire future notices to be sent
A. W. ORTON, Register.
Date of first publication, Septen
ber 7, 1911.
Date of second publication, Septem
ber 14. 1911.
Date of third publication, Septem
ber 21. 1911.
Date if fonrth publication, Septem
ber 28 1911.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Not Coal Land)
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Lund Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
September 13, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that Alice
Laird, of Plush, Oregon, who, on Oc
toiler 14, 1907, made desert land entry
No. 70S, serial No. 0467. for NEJ SKK,
Sec. 7, 8W'. SW SEtf, Sec. 8, Ntf
NW, Sec. 17. Township 33 8. Range
27 E., Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice ot Intention to make final
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Register
and Receiver of the United States
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon, on
the 14th day ot October, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses : Pat
rick Breen, Warren C Laird, Timothy
Murphy and O. V. Dixon, all ot Plush.
A. W. ORTON, Register.
NOTICE FOP. PUBLICATION
(Not, Coal Lands)
Department ot the Interior, U. b.
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon.
September 1, 1911.
Notice la hereby given that Julius
Schuster, nf Silver Creek, Nebraska,
who, on October 31, 1910, made tim
ber and stone application No. 04093,
for NWJ BWV, SWtf SWii, Sec 8,
S NEW, Sec 7 Township SOB, Range
IS K, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice ot Intention to make final proof
to establish claim to the land above
described, before tbe Register snd Re
ceiver of the United States Land Office
at lakeview, Oregon, ou the 9th day
f November, 1911.
Claimant names aa witnesses: An
ton Schuster, ot Lakeview. Oregon;
William Wilson, of Lakeview, Ore
gon; Louis Schuster, of Silver Creek,
Nebraska, ahd J. W. Jackman, ot Sil
ver Creek, Nebraska.
A. W, ORTON,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tbe County Court of the State ot
Oregon tor the County of Lake.
lo the matter ot tbe estate of San
font Stephens deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed by tbe Courty Court of the
State ot Oregon for the County of
Lake, Administratrix ot the estate
ot Sanford Stephens deceased, and
having qualified; Notice is hereby
given to creditors and all persons
having claims against said deceased,
to present them, verified as required
by law, wlthiu six months after the
first publication ot this notice, to her,
at her home No. 317 North Main
Street, Lakeview, Oregon.
MARY ETHEL EASTER, Ad
mlntstratrix ottbe Estate of
Sanford Stephens, deceased.
Date of first publication August 24.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Corj-ity Court of the Mu,t of
Oregon, for the Connty cl Lake,
In the Matter of the i
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given, that 1. the
undersigned. Josephine 8. Pratt, have
been duly appointed Administratrix of
ibe Estate of Christopher V. Pratt,
deceased, by Hon. It. Daly, Judge of
the aoove entitled Court, by an order
duly msde and entered In said Conrt
and matter on the6tb day of Nptem
ber, 1911, and have duly qualified as
All persons having claims against
aald estate are hereby required to
present the same to said Admlns
tratrtx. duly verlfl d and a corn pant
ed by proper vouchers, within six
months from the date of the first pub
licatlon of this notice, at the office of
L. F. Conn, In Lakeview, LtkeCouuty,
Datwl. and first published, Septem
Administratrix of tbe Estate of
Christopher C. Pratt, Deceased.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lake County.
In the matter of tbe estate of Iloyt
Vernon, Merven Venun, Florence
Vernon, Vergla Vernon and James
No Ice is hereby given that pursu
ant to an order of the Coonty Court
of the state oi Oregon, for Lake Conn
ty. made snd entered on tbe 8th day
of September, 1911. 1 will on and after
the 13th day of O tober. 1911. sell at
private sule, for cash In band, or for
part cash, and balance on approved
Hecurltle, (the same to be approved
by tbe Court) tbe following described
real property, and all the right, title
ind interest which the said wards or
either of them n ay have lo tbe same,
towlt: The N of SWJ, and SE
of NWtf. Sec 34. Tp. .'59 8., K. 20 E,
W. M.. also tbe following described
real property, to wit: Beginning at
a point 478 feet east of the southwest
corner of tbe aWU of SvVJi of Sec. 1
in Tp. 40 S. . Ii. 20 E. W. M.; thence
rnnnlng north 40 rods; tnence east
to tbe east line of the above uamed
40 acre tract; thence eonth to the
southeast corner of said 40 acre tract;
thence west to place ot beginning.
Dated and first published this 14th
day of September. A. D 1911.
Guardian ot the above named minors.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Not Coal Land
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
September 12, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that Nannie
M. Graves, of Lakeview, Oregon, who,
CD Auguet 8,1910 made timber and stone
application, No. 03922, for NWJfj NWJ,
r-ec. 34, l wp. 3 a , Kange ll K..
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make final proof, to
establish claim to tbe land above
described, before tbe register and re
ceiver ot the United States land office,
at ( akeview, Oregon, on the 17th day
of November, 1911.
Claimant names ss witnesses: Dan
iel F. Brennan, Lonisia 1. Brennan,
Lora Barry and Jack McAullffe, all of
A. W. ORTON, Register.
ANEW WAY TO
The man on the ground is Oregon's
best immigration, agent, according to
E. C Leedy. And Leedy ought to know,
because he is the General Immigration
Agent of the Great Northern Railway,
with headquarters at St. Paul, Minnesota.
Last spring, during the immigration
period, President L W. Hill Instructed
that a check be made of each train enter
ing Oregon and information secured as
to how the newcomer happened to go
to Oregon to live. Seventy-live per cent
responded that it was through the in
fluence of friends already on tbe ground
and prospering that the move waa made.
IMtBMAM f rTLixl U0KKS
Every eastern man In Oregon after
harvesting his first crop, becomes nil en
thusiastic booster, lie wants his friends
in the east to come west and share his
Mr. Leedy has already sent out tlou-
sands of the Great Northern Ruilwny'a
new bulletins ou Oregon, and many new
settlers have moved to Oregon ou this
The Oregon bulletin shown above is
a 30-page, handsomely illustrated book,
witn a tour color atate map and four
color cover. It contains niuay letters
irom Oregon farmers and will lie dis
tributed throughout the east wherever
we can find interested people. Bend the
names of your eastern friends to whom
you would like this free booklet sent to
E. C. Leedy, General Immigration Agent
Great Northern Railway, St. Paul
As usually treated, a sprained ankle
will disable a man for three or four
weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment freely aa soon aa the injury
la received, and observing the direc
tions with each bottle, a cure can be
effected In from two to four days For
sale by all good dealers.
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