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A Want Ad In The Lake County Exam I nor
Repeated a few timed, it' necessary, w ill find acuntonicr
for that property of yours. They are scanned closely
by intending buyers, and the cost in nominal 5 cents
the line for each insertion. Special long-time rate??.
FOR HA LB To the highest bidder.
NO acres. H, 7, T. fl7, It. I East,
I,ske Countv, Oregon. Bprngue
Itlvpr ro.. through it. Mr. J. I
Klrby, St- Joseph, Mo. Jj4 lot
FOR HALE One epsn matched bay
. geldings. years old, well broke,
sound, weight li70 pound.
Out span k-I"I',K" U year old,
sound, trus team, weight 2700 lbs.
Price (or lour with ciirlo harness
.V0. Writ r see. M. D. Williams,
Davis Clik, (111. Ju 27tf
FOK HALE LI very A Bales Biablo
located at Plush. Oregon. Com
plete outfit Including ksoIIii en-
glue, corrals, eta. V 111 sell lor con
siderable less tlinn the building
alone coot. A money maker for
iroMl liver miiD. Addresa J. J. Van
keuleu. Plush. Oregon. Jni:t-ti
FOR BALE I.ot 42. block 73, tract
HW of S of UrM ol 8WK, HeC. i
Twp. 38, Rang 20, 1 acres. 6 acres
water right. Taxes paid. Frloe 1230
cash. Address U. J. Ooglti, l.iillup
FOR KALE Tract 00. Sec 7. twp 39,
raaue 2u, and lot Id. blk 78. For
quick hhI 2f0 cunIi get It. Ad-
1 ... . ..'J t,.lul
ureas w n, niuirme, in muuou
Ave N, Minneapolis, Minn.
I'Olt HALlC Totho hlgheat bidder.
80 acres, Bee. 7, 1. 37, It. W. Sprague
River rune through if .tira. J. i.
klrbv. 1108 Felix Street. Bt. Joseph
FOR BALE Cood 4 foot and 1 loch
cordwooil. iHtlvoiV now or 111 tba
fall. See Dan Mreotiaii. MMJn20
ing outfit In Lake County, Inquire
of Chewttucan Mercantile company,
15,(KH) fur 150 acres of finest latnl on
bore of Goose Lake, utt now open
ed to railroad. Depot adjoin the
laud. Creek rune through luud,
full of brook trout, Fine fishing in
the lake; eight-room house, larva
barn and outbuildings. Ih island
ran bo made Into a beautiful auui
mer rvnort. and that la what It
should bo. Uooe Lake la fortv-tlve
in I lea Iouk and eight to fifteen miles
Wlue. lAview iieTviwyiui'uk vw
Davi Creek. Cel.
i.'ou HA Li: '20 acre tn cultivation
lieing part of the Sfc.i4 of M- ol
rec. U towubi,i 8..H. ol It. ;i7 h. tu
Hartley Co. Price 120 per acre or
h would tnko lot li I'ornauu. uray
lieal & Lucta, K2 Union Ave. No.,
FOU BALK IN) acre In ecctlon 23.
townablM XI, ranp 39. Kmiulm of
SaKor Ure., i.aeview. rre.
i'OK HALE Ore pair of draught
mart. nd one rrtiiatrrea nro(i
marv, anfe for lady to orlve. aci
itM ClarvnoB V ought. Lake v It w,
Tin." r uv.ul.m A).utm-t A 'PI (In Cn
la niikina epcial irlct- on AlmtracU
to O. V. L. Co. 'a Tract and Town
V V O VAIu uiiaa. I v -'--
l4.wul.lp at, rang l. Jo ewrtM. I 4o licit a
off t r uu tu abovv or a price oo to nd)olulnj
an u fl t 1 fc,--l A IfiI IS altl..a M
rolt HALE Lot M. blnok TS, and Tract 8H ol
BUol hWU oIKW.Iw. 1, TwpW. Kn ).
I. rr rull wir right AUdrM r'rtxi
FOR 8Al.K-Tr.ol 6, Heo. 14, T.M, B. 1. 10 aorM.
L. j, roruir, roriimuu. j-u.
roa BAIJI Tract, 1, BOO. 19. I . -wr,
J, H. fvaraon. W Alamoda Atr.Dn,Cot.
oK BAI-K -Lot M, bloc, latt aud tract . MM 1.
. V41. Kit. aoaor.. Adilrau'rildna Hard.lll
a ialkt, DMoluei, Iowa.
FOK HALK-Lot 14, block l),and ol HK of
KWt,, Bc 17. T At. aori'a. ini
Wray. bo 14, Rlrtgellel ib. frlcaauoo.
roa HALK-lxit . . O :. addition,
aud KKU. KIVU, v. i".. I H 4 .40 aor.
Adtlraaa J. Plaroa Mi-.K-r i- .'no
and b ol NWVJ ol W, Befl ' , ' Ho, , i
ar. AiMrwC. C. H.riuou lot Kauaa at,
LomT Al Ol l .
LOST. June ao, etven Drea Dam
and I.akeview, one black and white
Fox Hound, wearing collar beuring
niitiia of "A, II. ('auterburry, For
eet Hunter." Kliulur communi
cate with A. II. Cantorburry, Lake,
view, Oregou "and receive 5 re
ward. Jyll 2t
WANTED to be located on tiratcluHa
100 acrea. tiive particulars, as to
Moll, climate, location, water, tlra
Imt ate. W. M. lirowu, 112. E. 10th
St., Portland, Oregon. 2tp
We oed a ealuaman in each of ev
ralexculleut tiieldi to aell our splen--did
nunwry stock. A portnauont
plaoe, caeh weeklv and a square flriii
back of you. Write for particulars.
WaaMnKtoQ Nursery Co Toppeulsh,
ktkavkii nr r)lin laat week from
the lllckeraon ranch near Eort Illd
well, Cal one bliu-k horat, wlKht
about 100 pounds, brauded I' ll on
left Mitte, wire cut on front foot,
.toward will be puld for any In
formation leading to recover. No
tify A. J. lllclierHon, Lakcvlew,
Camas Hawmlll la now running
right along. Any and all persona
wuullng lumber will tlud li hure. All
orders promptly tilled. Stlmflig 4
t.14,1 4M A.IM I4.AHW.
L M'.'ci.'TLEit Will k'kyA '?" T MK
llotvl taavlw bar. The iMmtaiid
tiirvMr whlaky rnnd.'. tf
LOOK AT TUB NOl lCK KtiU KK
wnrd IhhihhI by the Tilcphone
Company for dentroyliiK IU prop
LMiAL AnVf KTlallU
In the County Conrt of the State of
Oregon, for I-ake County.
In the matter of the estate)
of V Citation
Ell Harnuni DnceaMd. I
To Earl Hnroum. Orva Uarnam,
Thayne Itarnnui and Myrtle I'ayne
and the unknown heirs olEtl liu.ro urn
In the name of the Btate of Oregon:
You and each of you are hereby
cited anil required to appear In Com
ty Court of the Btate ol Oregon, lor
Lake County, at the Court room
thereof lu the City of utkevlew, Lake
Lake County, Oregon, on . the linn
day of July 1912, at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. and then and there
show cause, if any you huvu, why an
order of sale should not be made, ill
rectliiir, authorising and Kooning
Myrtle I'nyne, a administratrix ol
ssid estate, to sell at private sals for
cash In baud the following described
real etle, U'longlng to the estate
of Eli Harnuin, deceased, towit:
Commencing at a point thirty feet
North and two hundred flfty-B ve and
three fourths (2U 3 4) feet East of the
Boulhoast comer of the Southwest
jiisrtr of the Houth west quarter of
ectlon ten (HO In Township thirty.
idne (IIU) South of Uaugu twenty (201
East of the Willamette Meridian, rau
Ing thence East one hundred twelve
and three fourths (113 3-i) feet; thence
running North two hundred sixty-lour
(2(H) fel; thence running west one
hundred twelve and thtec fourths
(112 I1-4) feet; thence running South
two hundred sixty-four (204) feet, to
the place of leglnulng, said property
being situated in the Town of Lake
view, Inke County. Btate of Oregon,
In accordance with the petltiou hero
in on file for said sals, to pay the
claims against the said extate and
the expenses of the administration.
Witness the Honorable II. Dalr.
Judge of said County Court, with the
seal ol said Court am led this .It
day of June, 11)12.
F. W. PAYNE. County Clerk. J 11 J 13
NOTICE TO CUEDITOKS
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Lake.
In the matter of thft Partner
ahip, Eatateof DAN UKAK
now deceased, ant PAT
ItA II HY, doing business un
der the nirm name of UKAF
A ItA Kit Y
To all whom It may concern: No
tice Is hereby ulveu that the under
signed wns by an order of Hon. B.
Duly, Judge of the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the County
of Luke made and entered lu the
above entitled Court aud Matter on
the 27, day of May, 1D12 duly appointed
as Administrator of the partnership
estate of Dan Uraf, now deceased,
snd Fat liarrv. partners doing busi
ness nnder the firm name of Graf &
Barry, aud that he has qualified as
All persons having claims against
said partnership estate' ate hereby
required to present the same, duly
veritled, accompanied by the proper
vouchers, within six months .from
the date of the first publication of
thl notice, to said Administrator at
the Ihw Otllca of L. F. Coun, In the
Town ol loUkcviow, I.ake County,
Dated and first txiblUheu this 30th
day or may, jur.
PAT UAKRY, Administrator
of the partnership estate of
urul a Harry aforesaid,
NOTICE OK SIIRRIFF'B BALE
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Lake County.
Frank M. Duke, plaintiff
V. T. Penlnger and
Maria I'eninger, defend
To whom it may concern.
Notice Is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of an execution and or
der ol sale duly issued out of the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Lake County, Oregon, June 4th, 1012
la the above entitled suit upon a de
cree made and entered In said Circuit
Court, to-wlt: the 2Urd day of May,
11)12. in favor of the above named
plaintiff, Frank M. Duke, aud against
the above named defendants, U. T.
Pen i Direr and Maria I'eninger, order-
Ing the sale of the hereinafter describ
ed premises, which premises are par
ticularly described in sai: suit and de
cree; said premises to be sold to sat
isfy the rtdgeiuuut and decree of this
court In said suit in the amount of
four thousand elirht hundred thirty
five and 66100 ($48.16.66) Dollars, with
interest thereon from the 23rd day of
May, lltu, at the rate ot six p.r cent
um per.ancuiu. and the further rum of
ten (f 10.00) Dollars as costs and dis
bursements and for accruing costs.
Now. therefore, by virtue of said
execution aud order of salo, and In
compliance therewith and In com
pliance with tne order oi the court
recited In said writ, I will, on (Satur
day the 0th day ot July, 1912, at tba
hour of ten O'clock a. in , or said day
at the front door of theoouuty court
house in i-aueview, i.ake uounty,
Btate of Oregon, sell at auction
at the highest bidder (or cash In hand
to the right, till.'. Interest, estate or
aumaoa whatsoever, at law or in Ki
ddy, Including the tenement, herdl
Uliiicuta aud appurtenances thereto
twlooglng or lo any wise appertaining
to the heielnafter described premises,
lslooglng to the said defendants
I sUiVe iiamsd, or either of them, being
the following rtemrllisd premises, to
I v 1 1 : The North half of the Aiorth.
west quarter ol section thirty-ore (36)
' Towiixhlo thirty nine Houth, Itaoge
twenty (20) East ol the Willamette
j MeilJlHU, (expect t wo and one half
I seres lying In the Northwest quarter
i of the North went quarter of aid S"c-
thm thirty-live (.').'.) which hss been
Dcrelolurecouve.veij tiy t. W. Duke
and wife to s, p. Vernon the descrip
tion wi crcof Is mors fully tet forth
In the conveyance thereof as recorded
In Hook 10 of deeds pace l?.'! of I ke
County records); also the Northwest
quarter ol the Houtheett Quarter ol
the 8uth Half of (he Nor thee t Quar
ter of section thirty-three (.ill); the
Houthwest quarter of the Northwest
quarter of section thirty-lour (M);
the East half of the West hall of sec
tion tweuty-alx (20), all In Township
thlrty-nto (.ID) Houth ol range twenty
(20) East of the Wl laiuette Meridian,
Oregon, or such part thereof as may
1st uiHssary to satisfy said execution
and amounts named therein, loclud
log Judgment, costs, Interest and ac
cruing costs; the proceecs of ssld sale
to be appliid to the Malefaction of
aid execution, order of sale and de
cree, including said Judgment, cost,
interest and accruing tott-rest, and the
overplus, II. any therein, to be paid
Into the court to be applied may
la required or directed.
Dated Lakevlew, Iake County,
8tate of Oregon, this Gin day of June
W. B. 8NIDF.K, Sheriff of Lake
county, Btate of Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County I'onrt of the IS tale of
Oregon, for the County of Lake.
In the matter of the estate of Rob
ert Neltton, Deceased.
To all whom It may concern: No
tice Is hereby given, that the under,
signed, executor of the last will and
testamt-nt i f Itolwrt Nelson, deceased
has tiled the Onal acnouut of his ad
ministration of said estate, and that
the lieu. li. Daly, Judge of said court
has, by n order duly made and en-ti-red
in said Court snd matter on the
14th day of June, 112, fixed and ap
pointed the let day o( August, 1912,
at the hour of 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of said day, at the Court room
of said Court, at the County Court
House of ssld County, In the Town ot
Lakevlcw, Oregon, as the time and
place for thn bearing of objections to
said final account if any there be, and
for the settlement tucieof.
This notice Is putllehed in the ake
County Examiner, a weekly news
paper published in Lake Couoty, Ore
gon, once a week for lour successive
weeks, the first publication, thereof to
bo made on June 20, 1912. and the last
publication thereof to be made on
July IN,-1912. by order of Hon. B.
uaiy, judge oi sata oourt.
CHAULEH A. NELSON. Execu
tor of the l,Ht Will and Testa
ment of lioltert Nelson, Deceas
ed. NOTICE OF BALE OF STATUE
LANDS IN WAKNKR VALLEY !
Notice Is hereby given that the Btate
Land Hoard will receive sealed bids
until 10 o'clock, A. M., August 13,
1912. for the following described
awamp lands acquired by the Btate
fiom the Warner Valley Stock Com
Lot 4 of (Section 15. NEJ of BWW
of Section at, N)f of 8EJi, 8Ei ol
8EJ. and NEW ol (SWtf of Section 2o,
Lot ti of Section 27, T. 39 8. It. 24 E. ,
Lots 6, 6. and 7, Section 20 and Lot
2, Section 29. T. 39 S, K. 25 E.
Lot 15. 10. and 17 and SWW of
Ktli of Section 2. H1. of H of Section
4. Lota 1 and 2 and 8X of NEW of
r-ectlon B, SEW of section 9 and NVJ
of Section 10, T. 40 8, R. 24 E.
All bid mut be accompanied by a
regularly executed application to pur
chase and at least one-fifth of the
amount offered. Blanks furnished up
The right la reserved to reject any
and all bids.
Applications and bid should be ad
dreseed to U, O. Brown, Clerk Btate
Land board Salem. Oregon, and
marked, "Application and bid to pur
chase Swamp Lauds."
Q. O. BROWN, Clerk Btate
Dated at Salem, Oregon, June 5,
1912. Jn 13-A 13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter ot the estate of Char
les W. Moore, deceased.
Notice m hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
Couuty ourt of Lake County. Ore
gon, Administrator of the above en
titled estate, and all persons having
claims against the said estate are re
quired to present same duly vended
and with proper vouchers, to the un
dersigned at his omce in L.akeview,
Oregon, within six mouths from the
date ot the first publication of this
Dated and first published this J27tb
day ot June, 1912.
W. LAIR THOMPSON, Ad
ministrator. NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department ot the Interior, United
States Laud Office, Lakeview, Oregon,
July, 10. 1912.
To Amelia II. Dutcher of unknown,
You are hereby notified that Wal
ter E. McCallum who gives Fremont,
Oregon, as his post ofHoe address,
did on July 10, 1912. tile In this offlot,
his duly corroborated application to
contest and xecure the cancellation
of your homestead entry Ma. 02U72
Serial No. 02972 made January 29,
1910. tor 8W). 8 NEW: NWi HEW.
Section 4, Townkhlp 20 South, ltuuge
13 East, Willamette Meridian and as
grounds tor bis contest he allege
that you never established or main
tained lesldence on ssld land; That
yov have wholly abandoned aald
laud (or more than six month lust
past that you never cultivated or
Improved laid land In any manner. ,
You are. therefore, farther notified
that tb aald allegations will betaken
by thl office na having been confess
ed by yon aod your said entry will
be canceled thereunder without your
further right lo be heard therein,
either before this office or on appoal,
If tou fall lo file In this office within
twentv days alter the Fourth publica
tion f this notice, na shown below,
your answer, under oath, specifically
liitetlng and renpondlna to these al
legations of contest, or If you fall
within I hat time to file In this office
due proof that you have served a copy
of your answer on the said coutesi.
ant either in person or by registered
mall. If this service is mode by the
delivery of a copy of your answer to
the conteMOint in person, proof of
such service must lie either the said
contestant's rltteti acknowledge
ment of Ids receipt of the copy, show
ing t he date of Its receipt, or the affi
davit of the ieroii by whom the de
livery ess made stating when and
where the copy was delivered! If
mads bv regUtered mail, proof of
neb service ronst consist of the afli
Havltof the person by whom thecopy
waa mailed stating when and the
post office to which It was mailed,
snd this affidavit must be acrorn
panled fy the postmaster's receipt
for the letter.
You should state In your answer
the nam ol the post office to which
you desire future notices to le sent
A. W. ORTON. Rearlster.
Date of first publication, July 11, 1912
" " second " " i, -
" " third " " 26. '
" fourth " August 1, '
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Iotcr.Gr, United
States Land Office, Lakevlew, Ore
gon, July. 9. 1012.
To J. ti. Hayward, of unknown
Con tee tee.
You are hereby notified that Mich
eel F. Ilalleran who give 3 0 5)
Urand Ave.. Portland. Oregon, as bis
post office address, did, on June 8,
1910. file In this office bis duly corrob
orated application to contest and ee
core the cancellation of your home
stead. Serial No. 03408 made Jnne 20,
1910, for v4 KKli and w -.j$r Sec
tion 17. Tnwnxblp26 Month. Han ire 14
East, Willamette Meridian, and as
r rounds (or his contest be alleges that
said eutryman has wholly abandon
ed ssld laud lor more than six months
lat nsst; that said entrvmsn never
established or maintained residence
on said land; that said, laud has not
been cultivated or improved in any
manner, and Is now In Its virgin
You are. therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will lie taken
by this office as having oeen confessed
by you. and your said eutrr will lie
canceled thereunder without vonr fur
ther right to be beard therein, either
before this office or on appeal, If you
fall to file in this office within twenty
day after the Fourth publication of
this notice, as shown below, your an
swer, under oath specifically meeting
and responding to these allegation
of contest, or if you fall within that
time to file in this office due proof
that you have served a copy of your
answer on the said contestant either
In person or by registered mall. If
this service is made by the delivery
of a copy of your answer to the con
'lestant in person, proof of such ser
vice must be either the said contest
ants written acknowledgment ot bis
receipt of the copy, showing the date
ot it receipt, or the affidavit o the
person by whom the delivery was
made stating when and where the
copy was delivered; if made by re
gistered mall, proof ot such service
must consist of the affidavit of the
person by whom the copy .was malt
ed stating when and the post office
to which It was mailed, and this affl
davit must be accompanied by the
postmaster's receipt for the letter.
You should state In your answer
the name of the post office to which
you desire future notice to be sent
A. W. ORTON. Register.
Date of first publication July 1 1, 1912
" " second " " IS.
" " third " " 26, "
" " lonrtn ' August 1,
Silver Lake Items
(Silver Lake Leader)
While driving on tbe road near his
home last Monday evening, Albert
Finley was accidently Jabot in tbe right
arm. Two boy were in tbe back part
of tne wagon shooting rabbits, when a
shot gun waa accidentally discharged,
tbe contents of which badly lacerated
the arm of the driver.
Jimmy and Bill Lane have been cut
ting a wide swatb around town in their
new Chalmers during the past week.
Bill is already getting to be quite an
expert at the wheel.
John Foster is now the proud posses
sor of a new automobile. When there
is anything to add to the pleasure and
comforts of life he generally gets it.
L. P. Klippel passed through town
Mondsy on the way home from his
aheep camp in Sycan. He says be bad
larger per cent of Iambs tbia year
than ever before, and tbe wool clip
waa much heavier than usual Grass is
good and sheep doing fine.
No. 2469 Wins the Lot
Aoyone iholdlug this number will
please present same and receive deed
for tbe lot. Do not throw away your
tickets for It No. 2409 doe not appear
after two more issue of this paper
another drawing will be made and
the number then drawn will be the
Hall & Reynold.
Notice to all Concerned
This 1 to give notice that there I
not, now and never ha been any
partnership existing between myself
and Richard Willis, and that I will
not le responsible in any way tor
any debt Incurred by b!m.
FIRST HIGH GRADE
1 -r . t
J. F. Cutler Receive Ma
chinery From Frisco
For Mococ Mine
(High Grade News)
Mr. J. S. CuUer, tb bustling man
ager of tbt Modoc Mining Cn. cam
over from Fort Bid well Tbursdy to re
ceive the new bolst tor the Modoc,
which will be Installed immediately.
Tbe Hoist la from tn well known
Mining Machinery Hoot ot Joshua
Handy in San Francico. '
Cyclone Thompson secured tbe eon
tract to freight tb hoist from tb N.-C.-O.
depot to tb mine,.
Alturss PIslndesler: Tbe Lassen
Advocate aayi that a 30 room bote! will
be erected at Cromwell, tbe junction
ot the W. P. and N.-C -O. railways.
Besides, a contract bat been let for tb
erection of ten cottage at tb same
place. This would indicate that mora
importance is attacned to tb junction
of tb two road tban past business
connections would warrant, and givea
color to report that the W. P. has, la
to, take over tbe narrow gauge line,
Portland, Or., July 10 (Special)
Oregon should capture tbe prize for
tbe best fW bushels of wheat grown in
tbe American Northwest this year, bnt
to do so will require careful selection
and. indeed it may be necessary to
band pick tbe wheat It will psy to do
it, for prize of 15,000 is offered by
tbe .Northwest Development League
for tbe best five bushels exhibited at
tbe Minneapolis Land Show in No
vember. With tbe splendid grain crop
assured for Oregon, this atate should
have any quantity of first claaa wheat
to enter at this show.
New Pine Creek Items
(High Grade News)
Pat Gallagher brought to tbe News
offlc this week the startling informa
tion that op in Cottonwood Canyon
huge blaca anake, folly 125 feet long is
robbing all of tbe bird' nest and as
sasainating all of tbe torn cats. Pat ia
very much worried over tbia disaster
oua state of affairs. He love to hear
the robin spin hi long and slender
anecdote, and also to lie upon his back
and a good, old leather bed and figure
out in tbe middle of a dark and stormy
night how many Thomas Cats there
are on tbe top of his roof, and how old
Ann will be when tbe big black snake
ceases to exist. Charley Lakrin first
told Pat about the big snake, but Pat
thought he bad been to vision parlor
with Fraction Jack. But when Pat
came back from Cottonwood be cer
tainly looked like a man who knew
what bad happened.
Misa Winnie Harvey, of tbe High
Grade Hotel, naa made a host of good
friends in New Pine Creek since her
arrival here several week ago by ber
intelligence and good graces. Miss
Harvey ia an able aid to Mrs. Miller
in taking care of the High Grade
- And still they come. Tbia time it is
Dan Kimball,, late of Goldtield, but
originally a character in all. of tbe
great, old mlnnig camp of the Wset.
Sixteen year ago Dan was aiding the
sad old man that writes thi dope to
make West Creek, Colorado, bloom and
fade, both of which it did, it cer
to do as other
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A. L. Mills
Miss Will Burgnn, daughter of
County Supervisor Wo, Burgun ha
returned from tb San Jose Normal
Institute to spend bsr summer vaca
tion. Mist Bargon is on of our most
talented young ladiso. She I prepar
ing to become a teacher, and It taking
tbe proper coarse. i
Dsvid, my old friend, Dave Ander
son is completing his billisrd ball oa
Main Street, and will open for busi
ness soon. This time Dsve la located
on tbe Oregon side where tb Altars
leach hat no chanr to penetrate hi
bill for blood money.
Hereatfer Picture Snow entertain
ments will be given In Wendt'a Opera
House New Pine Creek, on Wednes-
: dsys, Saturdays and Sundays.
Dar.nv Williams and Bsbcock have
gone to Ophir, Plumas county to take
ebarg of a mine and mill which tbey
bsve secured unoer lesse and option.
Tbey report tbst camp r looming.
Dr. E. H. Amsden reports tb
health of tbia eommanty desperate-
j ly healthy. Doe has been on the trs'il
in tbis valley for many years, and
ought to be good authority.
Sheriff Snider of Lakeview tpent a
few hours in town Sundsy, listening
to tbe stories of big bonanzas, and tak
ing in tbe ball game.
Deputy Diatriet Attorney J. D. Ve
nator, of Lakeview, cam down San
day morning and made a trip to High
Grade to look the mining situation
AfJaar Haa Mt riisisu4 hi a I. Iu at I jam ft
with what be ssw. He thinks that a
great camp la going on tbe map.
Mr. Sanders and two daughters
Misses Nona, and Merrie Lee, from
Willow Ksnch were shopping in oar
city Tuesday. ,
Tbe genial editor of Lakeview Her
aid ia with us agsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Usllagbjr have
moved baek to occupy their residence
lately vacated by Wm. Schauera and
New has been received from Mrs.
Robert Wade who ia visiting relative
at Esglesville, CaL That ber titter is
much improved l health.
Miss Atleena Peterson, who baa been
visiting her ancle. Dr. Knox, left for
Seattle Washington Tuesdsy a. m.
We are all very sorry to loose Miss
Alteena, for ber charming personality
won ber many friends during ber stay
Higrade Hiram and Old Quarts were
bombed off tbe perch thia week by
High Grade Dynamite will appear
again when they recover. ,
A brother of E. Keller and Mrs.
rlA la via.f.nw t.nm a '
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brilea of Davia
Creek, CaL, Sundayed in our midst.
Tbe Seven Day Adventist are mak
ing preparations for holding a series of
meetngs here soon.
It U worse tban tuelesi to take any medicine
Internally for mnacnlaror chronic rheuma
tism. All tbat la needed la a tree application
of i.'hamberlain'a Liniment. For aaJe by ail
Lakeview Marble Works
HARRY H. CANNON, PROPRIETOR
OFFICE AND STOCK
Agent, Lakeview, Ore.