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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1913)
A Want Ad In Tho Lako County Examiner
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for tli. a 1'inpcrU l jours. Tlicy arc scanned closely
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WANTKU-lo i located on llrHti liiMJi
llMI Here t.le particulars, MM lo
hoII, climate, location, water, lim
ber etc. VV M. Iliown. 11 2, i:. lot II
M. , Portland. On'Kon. -'P
We ned a HHli-xiiiiin in each of 'V
triil rcelh nl flicldw to sell nur apian.
lllli llUrMT.V aba'k. A HTtllHDellt
filnce, i'hhIi uts-k v and a square II nil
a k of yon Write fur particular.
Wjicliltitfton NnrMiTy t'o TiippclilHh,
Wanted A eut Writ. Health Ac Ac
rlitt'til liiMiiralice. Orcifoii Surely A
t'liiiHHlll.v I'm. 'fl'2 Hoard of Trade,
I'nri liiiiii. 'iri'ifnii.
TH V NOT U K
I (isT l In.' Imv r.wiu horse, branded Y
on left lilp, aoine white on fare.
oiii' small dark ronn ImrMi. mull.,
brand O -O (bridle lilt) on shoulder,
iini- linlit I'H.v mare mule, liirht noae,
Ilrmiil M on li ft Hhoulili r One b, ck
horse V. mull', left eve out, brand
Crown 7 M on left tdiuulder. Liberal
re aril will lieulvcn for Informs
lion leading to tlii'lr rn'ovpty,
Man ml Handera. I-akct lew, Orctcon,
January II. l'.ll.'l.
.l(l Oils A l ! AKM.
j. iT. oI'TLKII WHIMvY AT TMK
Hotel Iiki'v Iiw luir. 't he Ix'Ht mill
pimwr wIiIhv nimli' tf
1 'hLKfllilS V.r.
LOOK ATTIIK NOI'K K I'lill Kl
wnrd Imhui'iI liy tliv TYlrphont'
Coinpimy for ilcHtmyliix Hh prop
A ItKWAKD of llfty iloUura la here
iij otfered (or inlorniHtlou that will
lead to the arroa anil couvictiou of
uy peiaon Ima atoluu wlrea or
other property from our Company ;
and the eatu.i reward la heretiy oirere.1
for Informal i'.ii that will leud to the
arreat and unvlotlou of anyone doa
troylug tin. property of the Company.
8eoretat y Lake Co. TeL A Tol. Co.
nouiiirr am soul'
C. II. WEUHKK. SON I.U.MllKK
MAN'H HLIKJ., FOltTLANH, OltKtJ.
NOTIClv TO CKi:i)IiOKS
III the County Court ol the State ol
Ontfoii, (or the C.iuiiiv ol Lake.
In the mutter oil he list.-ite nl)
Maitlwi J. Furrow, I iiviHstil)
To nil whom it may concern: Notice
is herchy Kiven. tlint the uiuleriiKiied
wire, hv an order nl II. ui. H. I'uly.
Inde of the County Court of the St ate
ol Oregon, lor the County ol l.nke,
mu.le mid entered in the nhove entitled
nuitlei on the 14-th dav ol lieermher,
1 1112, duly appointed n Kxeeutors ol
the laat Will and TeMiimenl c f Mnrtliu
All peraoim hnvinn elaiuia ac.iinst said
decedent or said eNtate, ore herehy re
ouired to present the mime, ilulj veri
fied and uecompauied hy the proper
vouchers, to aaul lixecutorii, within
aix moiitha Irom the dn'e ol the fust
pnhlieation ol this notice, al the law
ollice il I.. F, Conn, in the town ol
I.nkeview, Lake County, Oregon.
Hated and lirst publialicil this l'.Hh
;lav Dcccmlx-T, l'Jl2.
WIU.IAM Y. MIU-ICK
l-'xecutora of the last Will and
Testament ol Maithu J. I'uirow,
HEHTOItATION TO KNTRY P
LANDS IN NATIONAL FOKF.ST
Nolii'O la hendiy lvn that tin'
lands dcHcrdn il oflow, I'mlraclun; !!!7
ncn-H, within Ihu Fri'iuont Niitlotml
Fornnt. (irn'im, will ho auhji-ct to w't
Ih'tiiciit and in'ry iinch'r tho pro
vIhIouh of hi' lionu'stead Iiiwh of thn
United Hlalea nnil tho act of June II,
l'JOtl (:tl Htai., , at tin Unliud
rftati-M Laud OHioc at Lakuvhw,
Ort'Ktm, ou March 4, 1U13. Any nut
tier who wtitf actually aud in good
fail li 1 1 iliiiltiK imv nl mii Id IuikIh for
iirloultiirnl purpuMi'H i-rmr to Jau
uiirv I, ItMMI, lid Iimm nut Htiandoiied
Maine, Ma a prelcrefe nxht to mnki'
it hoiiii.Mteitd t-ntry for Ih- ;anda nciu
ally (K'cupli'd. Hind IiuiiIm were i!-fed
upon th" apiilliHtioiiM of the pcrnoiiM
lin n tloni'd U.iciw, who nvi'B prefer
ence rluht -uliJiHit to the prior right
of any uch m'lil. r, provld d aurh Met
tleror applli'fiot Is iiialitled to make
lioiuea ead entry and the pref rrui
rliflit 1h eeicwd prior to March 4.
1UI.I, cm which date the land will lie
miliject to Hettlement and entry ly
aov iiiallfh'd peraou. Tho lands are
an follows: The r of HKJ. M.-c. 4
T. .'I'l H., It. 21 K.. W. M.. exfi.ta
strip .'l.'l feet wide deMcrlla-d h.V metea
and liimiida ,h followa: lleulnnlo? at
a point in1 Ut't east of the uarlcr
enrner Is-tween hers 4 and 11, alwive
townslilii Mini raniie, exteiid:::
thence 1H1 feet on each aide of a line
riinnlutf iioi tii 20i haliiM. to the place
lu re l he end of the atrip cloaea on
I he h.iuudary of the tract; the net area
U'lUK 7H acres. Kaid tract waallHtod
upon the applUattoii of Harry
Morren, Valley Falla, Orenon; List
The SICV. Sec U, T. 30 8., II. 21 E.,
except a atrip 'M feet wide off the wear
side of the tract; the net area being
IbS acrea. Knld tract waa Mated U MIm
the application of Willlmn J. Thomas,
Valley Falla, Oregon; Liat 0 "IW.
The HVM .f Nfctf. the NKl of
tiX. Sec III the SWJ.4 of NW4 of
swyi, the K of SW!-i of W, the
NWi4' of HW ol HWl, and -he
of NKV,' of SVt K, Seo. '20, and the N
of of SH'i Sc 2, T. HI S..
It. 1H K.. roiitalulng 1K) acres, appli
cation of D.tvld James Jonea, I'alaley
Oiegon; LI t H S'2'2. Approved. IHh"-emla-r
10, MU2. H. V. I'ltOUDFIT,
AsMlstaut ComiulMMlotier of the 'ieo
eral land Olllce.
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior. I' lilted
Statea Land Olllce, l.akview, Oregon,
Jan. IS, 1113.
To Chnrlea F. Wallace of Foknow n,
are herehy ootllled that
Clarentv V. Enloe who gives Fort
Itock, Oregon, aa Ida poat-otilce
adilreas, did on December 1H, 1912,
lite In tiiia olllce Ilia only corroborated
application to contest and secure the
rancellntion of your Homestead,
Entrv, Serial No n:Ull made March
'Si, l'.HO, for StB NK'4 Sec l'J S,
.NWi.4 NF.I4 Section 20. Township
2.'i South. Kange IS East, Willamette
Meridian, and as itrouuda (or his coo- 1
test lie allcuea that lnu have wholly
HhandoDi'd aaid hiuil fur more thau
six montliH Inst pant; that you never
culiivated or Improved said Intnl.
You are, t liereli.re, further notified
that the aaid allegatloua will be taken
by tlda ofllce as having been confeKHltd
by yon, and your said eotiy will be
cancelled thereunder without your
further riuht to be beard therein,
either before this ofllce or od appeal,
if you fail to tile In this ofllce wltnin
twenty day a after the KOUHTII pub
lication of tiiia imll. e, as shown Indow
your answer, under oath, specifically
meeting aud responding to tliese a.
legattoiia of coliiewl, or If you fall
withiu that time to tile In thla oftlce
due proof that you have nerved a
copy of-your auawer tin the aaid con
teHlaut either In peraon or by reu'lH
tered mall. II this acrvlcn la made hy
the delivery of it ci ipy of your answer
to the contestant ia persen, proof of
such aerv Ice inuht hr either the said
I'onteatant'a written acknowledgment
of UIm receipt of the copy, ahowli.g
the date of It receipt, or the allldavlt
of the peraon by whom the delivery
win miiilt' Hinting when and where
the copy waa delivered; If made un
registered mall, proof of mich service
iniirtt cunslht of the allldavlt of the
Imtmoii by whom the copy was mal ed
atating when and the poat tillice to
which It was mulled, aud thia allida
vlt miiMt be uccoinpanl.'d by the post
inaHter'a receipt for the letter.
You should atate in youranawer the
niune of the poat office to which you
de aire future noticca to bo aent to
A. W. OK TON, Register.
Pate of first publication Jan. 2-, W.i
DhIo of second publication Jau. l'.ll.'l
Date of third publication Feb. U, 19b)
Date of fourth publication Feb 1.1, 19KI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lake County. IN THE
MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
David WurthloKtoit, Deceased, The
undersigned having been appointed
hy the County Court of the atate of
o'rcKon, for Lake County, Administra
tor of tho Htate of David Worthing
ton, deceaa(Hl, notice, la hereby glveu
to the creditors of. and all peraona
having clnlma against said deceaaed,
to present t hem vtirllied as required
by law, withiu aix months; after the
first publication of thiH uotlce to said
D. F. Amick at Ida realdenee In New
Pino Creek, Oregon.
I). P. Amick,
AdmiiilHtrator of the estate of David
Worthingtou deceaaed. Datee Jan.
Notice In hereby given that all nppll
cations Tor permits to grane cattle,
horaea and sheep withiu the Frumniu
National Foreat during the Heason of
lHUl, iiniHt be Hied in my oftlce at
Lakovlew, Oregon, till or before Feb
ruary 15, lllbi lull information io
re r:ird to the grazing feea to be
charged find blauk forms to Ih tiaed
in mukiug appllcatloua will be furnish
ed upou re(uest. UILUERT 1.
.K4.A. t WVICMI '
Mil ICE H)ll I'LhUtAlli
Noi Oial I .a nil
Deparlinei t of the lute. h i. F. H
Land Olllo at l.akevlew, no uoii.
J n unary l.Mh, lul l.
No lee In herrliy given thai ll.rinan
W. (iraels-r. ol IjievleW. r'H
who. on J 111 v Hlh. 'J7, m-ide II. line
alead Entry No :i"H) Sail il. .No 0IM7.
f..r NK'-i Hvvj, Ihm4. 6. 1 l, "on
31, Tolishlp.;llS. Ilange 'M E , Will
amette Merlillitn, lot tiled in'llie of
inleiH Ion to make lloai rive year
Hruiif, to ea'ttlillHll . U'fn Ol I Mi) I old
ahove desorltied. la-lore the li(it r
and Receiver ol U ti l.au.l Oltic . al
Lakevlew, Oregon, on the 15ih day
of I'Vnruary, 1M1:
C'aiuiant names) iia witne-ae: Fr-d
MfI.it, James Hoh'.p, llenrt i.ih
niai.u. hum MiDirmott nil, of
Laki View, Oreaou.
A. W. oliToi, Kean-wr.
Th-.s. II. and II. L, Hliarha k av og
ilisiilvnl partni-rslilp, notice l i.erenv
given Hint all elaluii sksI'imi aa.d M m
in iimI !' preseoied wlitilu th rn Java
from the date of JnDuary F I'd I
.IIU -I I
In the recur del'-('.hi rt of I he slule
of Oregoo, county of Lakeau l limn
ol Lukt view (ex officio . I Ustlu- of t he
W F Orole- I'laintlff)
liert Treat and Lillian Treal
To HI ItT TREAT and l.li.LltN
TltliAT the abovi- ua md defeudaota
In the name i.f ihe atate of Oreguu:
You B'e hereby reipiireil to apar
and auawer the coini'laini Hied
against J' u In the aliove em Hied
court ami cause on or before Thurs
daythet'.lh day of March 1MI3 and
If ou fall to answer, for want thereof,
plaintiff will take Judgment awaluat
y.'tl or either o ton lor me atitii de
manded io the complaint, to-wit:
Thirtt-fotir dollara and ten cents
('14 10) and intereat thereon at the
rate ol six per cent per annum from
the bltti day of Deeetnhel Il2. and
for hla costs and disburse tnenta here
in and will also aell any property that
mat be attache 10 aecure Ihe pay
meat of nu ll Judgment im may be se
en red In t Ida hoi Ion.
Tiiia Summona is aerved on yon
an i each ol you by publication there
of In the Lake (Jotinty Examiner, a
lie wspais'r of tteuernl circulation pub
lished lo Ltke ''oiiaiy Oregon for a
term ol six cons(K.'uil ve aud stiecesaive
weeka, bv order of Win. Wallace.
Judge of the above entitled I'own
Kecorder'a Court ol Lake County,
state of Oregon, and Ton of Lake
view, made on the 22nd day of Jan
uary, l'.lbt and the date of the brst
pili'llrat Ion hereof is the 2lrd dny of
Jan uary l'.lbl.
(Fx olliclo Justice i.f the Peace)
SI 000 Dollars Reward
I own all the cattle branded 70 or
XL and formerly owned by Cox &
Clark and the Heryford Land &
Cattle Company. These cattle ure
now on tin rungca ot Muiliic and
Lasaeu Counties. For Information
leading to the arrest and conviction
of any party or partlea Illegally
branding, killing, driving off or dis
poning of auy of the above cattle
I will pay ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS aud tho coateof arrest and
prosecution. Scud all Information
to E II. Day. Aim ran, Modoc county
Cal., or to me at Latrolie, F.l Dorado
County, Cal. If guilty party might es
cape, promptly notify the Sheriff of
the county In which the Illegal act
waa committed and advise me by
wire at 111 y expense.
W. D. DUKE. Oct. 17
ALGER LAND COMPANY
Stockmen desiring to lense
0. V. L. tracts will do
well to see us.
NEW PINE CREEK 8 LAKEYIEW
The Oremiu ('!
Iforula u.l Nevada
l ive Ht.M-k fotee-
ion a,mh latou, ol
which thu under
will Kite SU'OOUO
re nr J lot ovldeuce
leaUina 10 tlm '
rn.l d tul lUinuii.HAii
Ot'lsi.j i.iriy or par-
eattleur mulei be
Iohlmuk 10 uuy 01 In
(a a.lilttloii to Ihe sbnvu, 01. lonlerKimied
oflr on die Mine enmliiluii C U.Ui lor ft II In r
ia tirauilod horu..--HluK. tar imi UHh or either
a. llran 1 recorded In eluhl eoiiallea, Kauge
Haruet, lake and Crunk couutlei, Uoraea
ffi.nteif w hnii void.
Nona but grow u liuraeaauld, aud only In large
aubohoi W. W.Bmuwn.HIb, Oregon.
, KtrtPsOUT AlC V
V Th Rain T o
Work t ogrefine
Minn ay f li wek witness- m
c rriil ti.'ii of a yiri(t on 11 e Or g
on Ea tern ns t . as ihe tnod er-a ' a
of t"r M'heii. -i .-' st Md" P"l .'17 6
sky 1 h" M l i 1 Koterpriae.
Aiiout .-.eii-iv - ex', it will te p-.-e
ih'e t- err.s 1 i'l 1(4 i lrd po1 t
and lay a... t e apse ol 9K) fe He t
to Ihe I in. r c .1 si 1 (f of Ihe rn - -,
where auoiii. 1 erv gap In the nght
of way wiP ell- is the tracklayers 1 r
a few days o l.
Concrete wma mi ine brHjfs piers
is prucil-illy fi os e l. ssys Chief r,n
(jineer Osb 00, a d ill be only a m i'
tr of aiuilhe'' week or ten days b-f' re
the track will he la'd clear to the t'S t I
portal- of the luii' il. at Mil 38.2
Tha tunnel ia rrtor than to thirds
excavated, aid ahen operations are
reriirtied in April, tt will be p-s-dhle lo
rot tinue the tiack llrg many miles
west from the 20Mi.foot tunnel.
In thn Alturag Nev Era. Under the
healing of "Items of Twenty five
Years Ago," appears the following:
On our "Dead Beat" list this week
will be found the nama of T. J. McDan
iels, recently of Lakeview, and former
ly of Cedarville He was recently found
guilty ot gBml lirg in Lakeview and
fined $.ri0, and slipped in the night leav
ing several creditors in the lurch.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, Lakeview, Oregon,
January 17, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that under
date of January 7, 1913, Honorable
Commissioner of the General Land
Office adviied that on December 23,
1912, the Honorable First Assistant
Secretary of the Interior vacated form
er departmental order of January 6,
1905, in so far as it effected the with
drswal under the first form under the
Act of June 17, 1902, 32 Stat. 388, for
the use in connection with the Cbewau
can Project, Oregon, ot certain lands
described in said letter. L'y authority
of said First Assistant Secretary of the
Interior, such landa as have nnt been
formerly restored and are not otherwise
withdrawn, reserved or appropriated,
or covered bv existing entry, will be
subject to settlement under the public
land lawa ot the Ur ited Statea on and
after February 21, 1913, at 9 a. m.
and will be subject to entry, filing, or
selection March 2. 1913, at 9 a. m. at
the United States Land Office at Lake
Warning is expressly given that no
person will be permitted to gain or
exercise any right whatever under any
settlement or occupation begun after
withdrawal of the land from settle
ment and entry ana prior to Febrrary
21, 1913, all sucb settlement and oc
cupation being forbidden. Intending
settlers are also warned to ascertain
the status of the surveyed landa and
to get all information available as to
unsurveyed lands bv inquiry at the lo
cal land office as before making settle
ment thereon. Persons holding valid
suhsisting settlement rights, initiated
prior to withdrawal of the land, and
who have maintained their settlement
on the lands, will be allowed preference
rights to make entry of the lands set
tle 1 upon in accordance with existing
law and regulations. These lands con
tain no power possibilities and are not
subject to preference right of selection
by the State under the Act of August
18, 1894. 28 Stat. 394.
Of the lands above referred to, the
records of this office show only the fol
lowing to be subject to entry, selection
or filing on and after the date named
herein for such :
Lot 3, Sec. 2, T 33 S, R 17 E. W M :
lot 1 of Sec 3; lot 1 of Sec 5, S Si
NWJ. SWJ NEJ, Sec. 8; NEJ NWJ,
SWJ NWJ, Swj SWJ. Sec. 9: SEJ
NWJ, NEJ NEJ. SJ NEJ, Sec 13; SWJ
SEJ, Sec. 15; Ei NEJ, NEJ SEJ. Sec.
T 33 S, R 18 E, W M, Si NEJ, NWJ,
?T 34 B, R 18 E. W.M ; SEJ NEJ, Ei
SEJ, Sec. 4.
Settlement can of course be made on
these lands described, on dates for
such, where they are not already oc
cupied by settlers having preferred
A. W. OKTON, Register.
REST COUGH MEDICINE
"1 ain very glad to say a few words
In pralae of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy" writes Mra Llda Dewey,
Milwaukee, Wis. "1 have uaed It for
years both for my children and my
self and It never falls to relieve aud
cure a couh aud cold. No family
with children should be without it as
It gives almost immediate relief In
cases of croup " Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Ispleasaut aud safe to
take, which Is of great Importance
when a medicine must be given to
young children. For sale by all deal
ers. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH
This remedy has no superior for
coiiuha and colds. It la pleasant to
take. It contains 110 opium or other
narcotic. It always cures, For sale
by all dealers.
Compare our prices with other firms
before hu iuy your winter supplies.
Lukeview Mcrcuutile Co.
Stato 8urvey Booklet
Th Htate Immigration Commission
la preparing Ihe pu1 lualton of a book
let showing the res di nl an agricul
tural survey conducted bv the Oregon
Agricultural College. This will he
(omplled by Lester Davies, who com
plied the Oregon Almanac for the State
Immigration Commission, and under
Ihe auspices o the Promotion depart
ment of the Portland Commercial club.
The booklet will he forwarded to pros
pective settlers with the almanac.
Ihe survey shows the results of in
quries into agricultural conditions in
the state, the questions having been
put to great numher of representative
larms throughout the state.
HIS STOMACH TUOUIILES OVER
Mr Dyspeptic, would you not like
to feel that your atotnacn tronbleS
were over, thstou could eat any
kind of food you desired without in
Jury? That may seem so unlikely to
you that you do not even hope for an
ending of your trouble, hut permit us
to assure you that it is Dot altogether
impossible. If others can be cured
permanently, and thousands have
la-en, why uot you? John R. Barker,
of Rattle Creek, Mich., ia one of
them. lie says, "I waa troubled
with heartburn, Indigestion, and
liver complaint until 1 used Chamber
lain's Tablets, then my trouble was
over." Sold by all dealers
Cedarville Ke-ord : R-jsh orders
bave been received and it is now said
that the Fernley Lassen railroad will
be completed to Sussnville by May 1st.
Active work is being done on tbe rail
road from Vale to Burns, and a route
surveyed north ot Wlnnemucca by Par
adise and McDermott, presumably to
connect with tbe road from Vale.
More railroad work will probably 'be
done during the next two years pre
vious, owing to tbe roads getting in
a position to handle the 1915 traffic
that will be created by tbe Panama
Pacific Fair at San Francisco.
Through lines will be completed and
feeders added later on. It is expected
that, locomotive smoke will be mixed
up with the atmosphere of Surprise
Valley before the Fair commences.
CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED
"Five years ago I had tbe worst
case of chronic constipation I ever
knew of, and Chamberlain's Tablets
cured me," v rites S. F. Fish, Brook
lyn, Mich. For sale by ad dealers.
The Oregon Manufacturer, a reliaole
trade journal published at Salem, in
its December issue, has the following
item among others on page 11, under
the beading "What tbe Railroads are
"Contracts have been let for the
extension of the Oregon Trunk from
its present termiuBt Bend to La Pine,
some forty miles."
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO
Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us
Strong and Healthy
All the blood In the body passes
through tbe kidneys once every three
minutes. The kidneys 6lter the blood.
They work night and day. When
healthy they remove about 500 grains
of impure matter daily, when un
healthy some part of this impure mat
ter is left in the blood. This brings
on many diseases and symptoms
pain in the back, headache, nervous
ness, hot dry skin, rheumatic
pains, gout, gravel, disorders of
the eyesight and hearing, dizzi
ness, irregular heart, debility, drowsi
ness, dropsy, deposits in the urine,
etc. Rut if you keep the filters rifiht
you will have no trouble with your
A. B. Schofield, Ashland, Ore., says:
"It gives me pleasure to endorse
Doan's Kiduey Pills. They brought me
great relief from a severe attack of kid
ney complaint and I am now entirely
free from the trouble. Doan's Kidney
Fills can be relied upon to dispose of
backache and difficulty with the kid
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburu Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole Btuts for the United
Gam of Still Palm.
This is played like blind man's buff,
except wlien he who Is blludfolded
couuts ten mid pays, "Still palm, no
moving." nil must stand still.
How Much Ha Will Knowl
I'm six yours old ntui bu to school.
I always mlml the te.ieher'a rule.
I'm 'bout as good, I biu'hs, you know,
Aa wusl lilt!.' lya of six or so.
Sometimes Kramlpa asks what I'm thlnk
When 1 sit so still and try to find out
Mow many, many thttiKs there will ba
That I'll know when I'm aa old aa he.
Hut yesterday rluht after tea
Tom IlKured on his slate for me,
Ami he found. If I should learn each day
Just one little bit of something, say,
When I'm all grown up am) my bair la
(It'i true, for my brother can flsrure right)
At the end of seventy years I'll know
'Bout twenty-five thousand things or sol
1K. .J. HIVING iji ssi:ll
l'liyalelau ami Surgeon
Snyder & Keyuoids Drug Store
riiONE: Off lev. Main
" itealdeuee 114
frsaMsnt William B.Taft
Ire preeldenl . Jams a. Shei aaa.s
wcmiart 01 state rnuandcr v. imi
werxtarr of Treasury Franklin MaeVelRhl
ecreiary ol War. . Jacob B Dlcklneoa)
4twrn)r Oenerat v. . .Gofya W. Wlckerahaa'
r-oaimaauir Oeneraf. Frank R, Hltchooek
retarrol Nar Oeorce Von L. Merer
retarylnterlor W. A. Planer
retary ol AKrteoltnrs Jame W llaoa
eretrryof Commerce l'barla Darel
nieuuauce marine Enwera wnite
C. 8. renalon Commlaalonar
1 1. Richards. U.S. Land Commlaaloner
Jovernor Oswald Weal
leorevarr of State IV n w.oinott
freararer ...Thoe. R. Kay
lltorney Oenarel A. M. Crawford
lant. Public Instruction I., ft. alderman
Printer W. 8. Dunlwa
Oairy and rood Com J. W. Bailey
. . senators....
I Jonathan Bonrne.Jr.
" I Ueo. K. Chamberlain
. O. H awley
" f A. W, J
swans coo ar
. K. S. IMS
I F. A. I
f F. A. Moors
tiaoclate Joallcei ..
nara judicial nisrniei .
ndae Utnrr L. Benann
A'torny. . John Irwin
Joint Senator. W. 1-a.lr Tboirpeoa
1 Vernon A furlaa
ealey O Smlta.
0 B.LAND OFFICE.
trthor w. onon Register
'"a V Cronemlller Receiver
OUbert D. Brown Baperrlaor
NeleoO J. BlllllIII lirulnf A ulilinl
Norman Jacobean..... Forest Aaslatant
I. F. Brennan Foreat Clerk
LA KK COUNT V
'oliw b. Daly
Sheriff w B Hmder
rreasurer F. O. Ahliirom
Aaaeaaor A. J. Prater
School 8apL C. K. Oliver
lurrejor H. A. Muabea
County 4tonk Inanentor D. P. atalloy
TfiMrM ov I AilvvrBW
K. K. Rlnehart a.M
iv neau f
W. P. flrnK I
J. P. Duckworth;
D. T. Oodall I
wm. Wallace Recorder
A. Sleber.. Treasurer
LAKKVIKW COMMERCIAL CLUB
President Lee Beall
Vice President F. P. Liaht
Secretary Dr. E. D. Iraratt
Treasurer O. K Woo
Trustees, H. W. Morgan H. M. No te.
KaJpc E. Kooser
FIRST MKTHO0UT CHURCH HON DAT
School at 10 a. m . Preaching (very bunday at
11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Kpworth League every
mnday eyenlof at Prayer Meeting Tbora
lay at 7:30 p. m. Cboir meeting at 8:30 p. m.
Ladles' Aid Krery Wednesday at 1:80 p. m,
'everybody cordially Invited to all serricee.
R. K. MYERS. Factor.
PlKST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAB.KV1KW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7:au P Hoi
Un nd 3rd Sun. Sunday School at 10 A M.
Junior Society at S:30 P M. Baptist Young
People's Union at 6:30 PM on each Sunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:30 P M Wednesday eve
ning. Everi body Invited to attend all ser
vices. REV. A. F. 8LMMONS
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVERY bUNIM Y MASS
at 8:00 and 10 a.m.; Rosery at 7:30 p.m. Maaa
on weekdays at 7:00 a.m. Services In tbe New
Church. T. T, KERN, S. J.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LAJtX
, VIEW, meets In tbe Masonic Hall. Sunday.
8cbool at 10:00 A.M.: Morning Service at U MS
Evening Service at 7:30. Prayer Meeting on
Wednesday! at 7:30 P.M. AU are cordially in
vited. REV. O. T. MORGAN.Pb.li., Pastor.
LAKEVIEW EPISCOPAL MISSION Lay Read
ing Services in the Hall of tbe Miaul.. n In tbe
Rooms of L.C.I.C. (Hunting Building) Center
btreet, every Sunday evening at 7:30 O'Clook.
All are cordially invited.
first baptist church of aoosk uki
at New Pine Creek, Oregon. Preaching ser
vices at 11 A M and 7:30 P M of each Sundaf
of every month. Bunday School at 10 AM.
Prayer Service al 7:30 on WadBeaday evening
of each weed. All are cordially Invited to
attend tbe servlcea.
REV. L. K. HENDERSON,
LAKEVIEW LODGE No. 71, A. F. A. M. Holds
stated meetings 8iurdav on or before full
moon. January 27th, March 2nd, March lota
April 27th, May 2.tb, June Stab, 1S1H. Special
meetinga upon call, generally Saturday even
ings, viaiiing brethren welcome. Jvhah.
Clark, W. M. ; H.M Nolte.Sec'y
DEGREE OF 'HONOR LAKESHORE l.jil
No. 77,D.of H., A.O. U. W Meeta riaod
third Thursdays of each month -..1110
Hall: Mary Post, C. of H.; J. Belle Arsner, U
of H.; Lore Snyder C. of C.j Alameda
1. O. O. F. LAKEVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F., meets the first and third Thure
day eveninga of each month in Odd Fellows
Hall, Lakeview. D. T. Uodail, CP., JC F.
A O. U. W. LAKEVIEW LODGE NO. 111.
Meeu every second and fourth Thursday of
each month, in llawinlc Hail, Lakeview.
Cbas. Tonuiugaen. M.W.; Wm. Gunther, B,
I. O. O. F' LAKEVIEW LODGE, No. S3, I o.
O. F., meeia every Saturday evening id
Fellows Hall, at 7:30 o'clock, from OCiOicrl
to April 1, and at 8 olcloek from April 1 to
September 30. W. P. Dykeman, N. G.;
G. D. Brown, Secretary
REBEKAH LODGE-LAKEVIEW LODGE, NO
a, l. O. O. F., meets tbe second and fourth
Fridays of each mouth in Odd Fellows Hail,
Frances Corbet, N. G.
O.E.S. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 6, LA EE
View, Oregon, Meets on Tuesday, ou or be
lore fuU moon aud two weeks thereafter, la
Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting members are cordially Invited.
L1LLIE HARRIS, W.M,
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Titles
Established 1HS8 utae view. Ore
A.RTI1UR W. ORTON
All Practice Except U. 8.
Land Office Business,
L F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
OFFICE Daly Building.
J D. VENATOK
Attorney at Law,
I .a nd Jlattera Mterlalt
OFFICE Daly Bnlldlng.
yft LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office lu ii. V. L. Co.'s UuildiuK.
BRADLEY ENGINEERING CO.
Mining & Civil Knulneers
Miuluit IxKiatlon and Patent Surveys,
Farm and Irrigation Work.
t&4 MONAD.VOCK ULDU., .. BAN (UAac'lSCO
FA1RPORT , CALIFORNIA
NEW PINK CKEKK OREUOM