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A Want Ad In Tho Lake County Examnor
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lor thnt property ol yuis I lie me scanned closely
by intending Inncrs, ami the cod is nominal 5 cents
the line lor each insertion, -pecial lon-time rates.
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limi hIiIi :tt. rm iti' .'in j;iiiii ri' "f
Srnurr Ho , l.nkevicw, lire
TIIIO I .ii M' i icw AliHiriKt A Title
Ih lii.kiim hm-cihI prices oil AIimI n.ric
lull V. I,. I'ii' Tim. Ih ami Town
I'OK NAl.K limine and lot luri.lBl.t-.i
ll.l ti ll H.'tl-X I.H Kll'll lit I.HM'Vll'W
M mt H4-II Milk i' inn an offer. Kit
inrilruir wrlie to lint noii, Hno
tlon, I Ircunli ' I
Kill HALF lot r. block 112 O V.L.
A ! tu Lakevlew, ami -
"l4. Htt'ltiili '.M, I wp. 40 Itmiui' Iii
ciiit. I'". J 1'arki'T, lliiiiilnliliti',
Kiikm Co . ol.j.i. I .r :tm
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WANTI'lll - III ! llM'llll'll III! llfMl . bias
liMl a. ri'H. i. hi' particularx, iih lo
Hull, '! iiiiu f liH'M'lnh, wilier, tim
ber ule. W M. I',. own, 112, K. Hull
M., Portland, oivkoii. c
We ni"il a Hiili'Hiiiiin in I'licli nf n'V
tmI fxri'lli-ni flirlili to wll imr Milin.
J. nurwrv ht''k. A Tinant'iit
plac, i'uhIi w is'ii Iv ami a iiar linn
I.h kuf .vmi Wrli' fur juirlli'iilMrH.
Va.nilnii N'urwry To Toi,iii'nlHh,
Waiili'il Arnl. NVrjt 1 Ii-hIi U & A'
clili'iil I iiHiiranri'. Ort-unii Suri'ty A;
( aiiHHllty 'n. ItiiHr.l nf Traili',
I'.-ri Inn. I. i iii'l"hi
Mi ll V MITMK
LOST Oni' Im.V r.inn linrw, 1 rn nili'.l Y
nil Iff t It 1 1 1 , Biiini' llll oil f.l.'f
oni- Hiiiall ilark rinui I1..1-" mill",
hiaiul O-O (liri.lli' I'll) m Mh .ulil. i.
Om lii'lit 1'ii.v iimri' mull', licht ii"H".
Urn ml M in' I. (i MmuM. r Iki I.I rk
Iiui-hi' C- 11. nli'. Ii'fl i'vi' mil, Iminil
Crown 7 M nn li ft Hluiul.li r. I.iIm 'hI
r e h r il ' Mill Ih uIvim l.ir Inf. 11 in h
lino It'UiliiiK In thi'lr rcnivcf j,
Mhiiiii'I Samli'i'M, l-iikrvlrrt, Ori-uuli,
JantiHry U. l'.n:i.
(. iY.T'T tu:k wiiir-KYAT Tin:
llot'l l.akt'vli'W liar. Tin- Im-hI and
pr.Mt wlilxkv nilll' '
LOOKATTIIK MITII'K KOH Itl.-
wiir.l Ihhii.'.I t.y the K l.-pluuii'
Ciniiiaiiv fur di'Ht rovluvf It jimp
A KKWAKU of 'ifty iiilliirn m here
ty otroreil for inlorniHtion tlmf will
It-nil to tlio arruM hii1 coiivli'tmn nf
uy pptsou wlm Hhh btolt'n witph or
other property from our Cnuipiiiiy ;
and the hkuii reward in heruliy oilerl
for inforniHi en Hint will I fit. i to ttie
arreat and "ii vict iou nf Hiiynue des
troy intf ti'" property of tho Coinpmiy.
Secretary Lmke Co. TeL A. IV I. Co.
1' I VI II K II I. !
ItOl'lillT AM) .SOLD.
C. II. WKUUKK, 60S I.UMIIKK.
MAN'H I5LIK1., POHTLANH. OHIKi.
HKSTOJJATloN TO KNTKY OK
LAMS IN NATIONAL l'OKLST
N it iii- Im - licii'li.v kIvi'H tlial tin'
IhiuIh (l.'H.Mil)fil ht'luw, iMiil rHclntc It!l7
ncrcH, wliliiu the I'timiioiiI Natlnnal
i''oreHt, Ori'iicm, will Ik HUl.Jcrt to wt
llt'iiu'iit Hint fiiij'y undi'r I lit' pro
vIhIoUM nf 'In lioint'dtead lawH of tin'
I'niti'il Htatt'H and the not of .limn II,
HHJII (.14 Hi at., 2'i:i) , at th I 'idled
Stutt'H Land OHIt at Lakovli'W,
Ort'non, on March 4, 11)13. Any net
ller who wiih ai'tuall.v and In roikI
faith clalmlDu: any of mild land for
HKriuiiltnnil piii'piiHt.rt prior to Jan
11 11 i v 1, l'-MKl, aud haw not aliaudoned
Hame, Iihm a prelcreuce right to niakt
a hoini'Htead entry for the lands iu'UI
ally oci'uptt'd. Said land were lUted
upon the appliratioiiH of the pernoiiH
ini'ii tlont'd below, who have a prefer
fiic rlht nuhjiH-t to the prior right
of any fiieli en (tier, provldi d hiii-Ii wl
Her or applicant In (HiiilitU'd to make
homcHieud i-ntry and the. preference
right la oxeri'lned prior to March 4,
HUM, on which date the land will lie
subject lo Ht'tlli'inent and entry lv
hii.v iimilfled iHTHiin. The lands are
a follow: The of HKVi, .Sou. 4
T. !W H., Ii. 21 K.. V. M.. exceut a
atrlo III! feel .wide ili'Hcrlbi'd hy nielOM
and IhiiioiIh .ih f-illown: Heulontugat
a point liileeteaat nf the (jtiarter
comer Ix'twei'D Seen 4 and 0, ahove
townnldp mid mnuc, extendliiK
thence lii1 fuel on each Hide of a Hue
riwdnir north 2'ichaliiH, to the place
where the cud of Hie atrip cloned 011
I. 4J ll. All r K1 lm4.
t i boundary i In- I rue I; I In- net area
ix'iiitc 71 iici'H, Hum tract Man Hated
iiimn tin iiiili nil.iii of llnrr.v
M'.riiii, Valliy Fall, orison; LUt
tUMC. Hi-c 0 T. 3H 8.. 11 21 K
xccpi a xiilp iifi wiiic off the wi-iii
l.lc of ilia tract; tin" net nrca lieing
Ifl MCri'H. Nil III tract Wll llHli'll iipo..
lid' hlill'iltlnnif WiIIIiiiii J Thotlilta,
Villi. Full, ori'K .; Ii-t ti 7WI.
f Nh'i". the NK' ;!
I he hV'4- of NWU of
4 , iiit" r"i 111 '4 ui n a inr
.1 ti i 1' I uH'l at...
,W'i4 ufMV' 01 W'.4,niid lie W
.f St:V. of S. Sec. 2.1. and the N
of S ol "y,. Sim 2!l. T. ;l:l S.,
It. Is r. . eiiiitiiiiiliiu I'lo ai.Ti'H, appli
. nuiiu ol 1'ivt.l jHine ..iiii'M, I'alMley
(I I'Uiin; LI t HKJ2. Approved. I lev
1 mlMT 10, l'.i2. H. V. I'KOUDKir,
A "r-lr-1 11 11 1 CnintnlMid.iner of the 'ieo
erhl Lund tllll. e.
NuTICr, OF UONTKaT
I i'pit rtiin'iit of the Interior. United
StatcM Land i Mllce, Lakeviaw, Oregon,
Jan. IN, lill.l.
To Charlen 1'. Wallace of Unknown,
1.11 are hereby notllled that
Clarence V I'.uloe who glvea Kurt
KiM'k, Ori'ttnn aa hU piwl-otflce
ad.'reaii, ill ! 011 Decern tier IN, 1 W 12,
llle In 1 hia olllce Ida only corroborated
application toe. uncut and uruni the
cnncellalinn of 011r Momi'ntc ad,
Kmrv. erllll No (i:il!il made Mm. ti
2.1, 11(10, for Sitf NKJi S 1! & H.
SW't NI-:4 N'ltion 20, Tnwiiidiip
2."i South, Knnge IS Kui-t, Willauietle
Meridian, and an i;r..iin.l for bin cm
ten he nlli'Ki'H that Y u have wh .lly
aband.itnd anid land for more than
mIx inoiiilia laHt paat; that von uevi-r
ciiVlvaled or linpruved hiiI.I bud.
You are, ih.'ri'l.re, further notified
t hat t he hi. id nll.-nul lull will be tak -n
by tbtH otllre h luivlntf been collle-MOi!
by you, aud your nald eoliy will lie
canrelled I hereunder without your
furt'ier rlubt to be heard therein,
1 it her b ..re t nlllii' or on apal,
if y on lad to lile In t IiIh utile.' wltnin
twenty da.vM after the KoCHTH pui
I lea Hon of t In notice, an kIiow 11 below
your nimwei, tit. iter oath, iipecitically
inii'tlni; and r puti.lnu to tliene a -ii'k'aH.ii.a
ol c.nii.'Ht, or If you fall
w ithin thai time to llle In HiU i.llli-e
due proof that you have nerved a
copy of your aumver oil the anld con
ti'Htant either In person or by nvl
tered mull ll Him Mervlee Ib tiiH.le bv
t lie ileli very of a o ipy ( f your a iih wcr
to the ennti'Mtanl in M'r-en. priM.f of
itch service linift b either t lie ha Id
Con lect.int 'n written hck nowle. lenient
ol III receipt of the Copv. Hllowlog
tin- dale of It receipt . or the atlidavl t
1 f tie 1 mth in 1 1 v whom the delivery
WMfiuade ki ji t In lt when and where
the copy wiih delivered; If intide by
renlHtered until, proof of audi service
tniiMt coiihIhI of the alliduvlt of the
Iterant) by whom the cony watt mat ed
Hinting when aud the punt ollice lo
which It wiih mulled, aud ihi nili.i.i
vi iiiiihI be accoinpanled hy the pout
inaMtcr'H receipt t..r the letter.
You Khoiihl Htate in youraiiHwer the
name of the pimt oftlce to which you
deh re Int me imt i.-ch to be Mcut to
A. W. OK ION, lleglster.
DateofllrMt publication Jan. 2't. l'H.'i
Date of eecotiil j.ubliciiliou .lau. .'ID, HTl
Date of third ;.n bllcaliou Feb (i, l!ll,'l
Dale of foitrt Ii puliii.aili.il I'eb l.'i, 111 I.'!
NOTTCK TO CKKDITORS
In the Coutitv Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lake Conntv. IN TDK
MATT Kit OK TIIK KjiTATI". Ol'
David Worthliih'toii, DeccHHed, The
unilerNtmied havlitt; been appointed
by t he Count y Court of the Htate of
Oregon, fur Luke County, Adii.iuii-tra-t
iP of the ent'tte of David Worthing
toll, diH'eiiHed, notice Ih hereby given
to the creditors of. and all perminc
linvliiif claltiiH ngiiiiiat Bald ileceaM'il,
to prewent them verllled as required
by law, within alx niontha after the
llrHt publication of till notice to said
D. I Atnick nt Id rcHl.leiioe In New
rine 'reek, Oregon.
D. V. Atnick.
AdminlHt rut or of t he eft a te of DhvI 1
Wort hlngtoii deceaMed. Datee .Ian.
C.KAZINH P Kit M ITS
Notice la hereby given that all nppll
cations for permits to grar.e cattle,
borne and ahei'p within the Kreiiiunt
Natlonul l''oreHt iiurlnn the wesson of
Hi 1 .t, iniiHt he Hied in my oftlce at
Lakevlew, Oregon, on or before Keb
ruary 15, 11(13. hull information lo
icfard to the grazing fee tn be
charged anil lilauk forms to .he uatsl
in making uppllcalluna will befurniah
ed tipou retiui'Ht. OILBKKT D.
In tho recorder'a court of the atale
of Oregon, county of Lake aud town
of Lakeview. (ex olliulo Justice of the
W. K. tlrolt Plaintiff)
Kelt Treat and Lillian Treat)
To HRKT TKKAT aud LILLIAN
TKKAT the abovonaaied deleudanta
111 the name of the atato of Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear
und anawer tiie complaint lil.'d
against, you lu the above entitled
court uud cauae 011 or before Thurs
day the tth day of March 1913, and
If you fall to answer, for watit thereof,
plaintiff will take Judgment against
yell or cither of you lor the mini de
manded tu the coni;jhiiut, to-wit:
Thirty-four dollars and ten c.eutt
(34.10) aud intoreat thereon at the
rn te of nix ir cent per anninn from
the 13th day of Deopinhct 1UI2. anil
for Ida cot and illabiiraetnentn here
in and will alRoaoll any propTty tbat
mat be ausct.e 10 aecure the pay
iiieuf. of ftieh Jud(?n.cnt aa may lie ae
cured In t Ida action.
Thia Huminnna la nervpd on yoa
no t each ol you by publication there
of In the Lake (County Kxamlner. a
liewiiiai'r of iri'Uernl circulation pub
llahed in li'ikh ''ouoty Oregon fori
term nt nIx connecutlve and aucceaiva
wi-eka, lit order of Win. Wnlburw,
Judge id the above en til led Town
Recorder' Court ol Lake County,
Htate nf Oregon, and Toon of Lake
view, tna.le on Hit 22 nd day of Jan
uary. 1111.3 and Hi date of' the lirt
piii.ll.'atlon hereof i the r day of
(l,x olllclo .ItiHtice of the I'ea. e)
NOTICK KOK I'UULICATKJN
Not Coal Land
Department of the Interior. V. 8
Land Ollloo at IaUevlcw, Oregon,
January lot li, 1111.1.
Notice I hereby given that Herman
W. (iraelM-r, of Lakevlew, tregou.
who, on July Mth. Hn7, made llorni"
atead Knlrv No .191 Smbil, No. 01447,
for SK'4 HWi.4, Lot 4, 6. B. , imi Uoii
81. ToiiHhlp 3!.S. Knnge 20 K , Will
iiiiii'tti' Meridian. Inia tiled notice of
intent Iou to make Dual five year
I'roof, to eHifitillah claim to the Und
above ileHorlhed. la-lore the Ke(i icier
and Ibielverol U ti. Land Ofllce. at
Lakevlew, Oregon, on the 16lh day
of l-'eiiruary. llll'J
Claimant tiauie a witueHan: Kred
I Ifl.er, Jaiuen I'.idiop, Henry Leh
niaun, .. me McD.rniotl all, of
A. W. OKToN, IteKi.UT.
NOTICK OK CONTKST
Department of the Interior. United
Htnte- Laud Ollice, Lakevlew, Or gon,
inn 23. ltlbl.
To (leorgA M. Atatei, of unknown
addreHM, Co itatee:
You a re hereby notified that Jon
C. Mever, who given Kurt KiM'k. Oieg
on, a IiIh pot-ollice addre, did oil
Dec 211. I'll 2. llle In thl ollice Id duly
coirfitiorated application to conte-.t
and fccure lie cancellation of your
lloiie "t'-ad, Kutry No. erlal
No. nXKI made April 12, LHO. for
SKt4'. H't tioii :it, T.'-n-hln 27 South.
Kni' 17 Lift, Wiilanieite Meridian,
and a uroii.nl for hi -.intt be
allege tl.at You have wholly aliati'l
(ilied aald land for more than elx
in. u t Iim biat pant ; that you have
never cultivated or Improved naid
land In any manner.
You are. therelore, further notified
that the aald allegation, will li taken
by thl olll-e aa having l-en ciinfe-ned
by you, and your Hiiid entry will lie
eanreled thereunder v iihout your
further right to Im heard therein,
either ta-foie thl ollice or on appeal, tf
you fail to lile in thl t.tll.e wlthlu
twenty day after the fourth pulilicii.
tl n nf thl notice, a nIiowii liebxv.
your anawer, under oath, aiecitlcallv
meeting and repondlng to t hem' al
legations of content, or if you fall
within 1 hat time to lile in this ottice
file proof that you tin ve eci veil a
ropy of your anwer on Hie aid t'on
t.'Htaut either in mthou or li.v regis
tered mall. If this eel vice in made by
theilell ery 1 .f a copy of your ana wer
to the contcHtaut in person, proof of
Hitch aervlce tniiMt be eit her 1 he ii4.1
eonutnnt'a writtin acknowledgment
of hi receipt of the copy, showing
the date of Its receipt, or the allidavit
of the peraoll by w hom the delivery
iia made stating when and where the
copy wa dedvered; i( made by regi
tered mall, proof of elicit service must
cotiairtt of t be allidavit of the perou
by whoui the copy wa mailed stat
ing when and the poxtnlllee to which
It wr mailed, aud thin ullidavit must
be accompanied by the iidki master'
receipt 'tir the letter.
Yon ah. mid atate In your anawer
Hie U'line of the piatollice to which
yoti deniie future notices to be eDt to
A. W. OKTON. Keglater.
I'.He of first publication Jnu. :k, 11I13
" " Hccontl " I'eb. 6. l'J13
" third " Keb. 13, li(13
" " fourth " Feb 20. 1U13
To P. O. Toppin. Inheritance lift
to you. Write to D. C. Itrictioux.
Ltt Oruudt), Oregon. Jan 2:! It,
Youtlon'l know Kow mucK real ronifon you
cm l..ke oat ol ruiny ay unm u ""
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
REFLEX SLICKER .
The only dicker with the Umout Reflex F.d(re
(pal'd) llt prevenw water from runmiw in
at the front. Made lor hard aemco. 1 wo
colors black or yellow.
j. tower Co.
Town Canadian Usuled.
a I Tlie ort'iniii ri-
l Ifornia and Spt.j
j yVt'J ' 1. '' ai'.c roit'i -
'.' Inf.'K NV Men Annietstim. nl
H'li ttitf muter
HlKUt'tt III a tlli'IllllHt
will Klvt' I' t.. tin
t'f tvaiil loi evfiifurv
leA.lii.v lo 1 tie
rci Hint toiivii'ilou
el mi. puny or j.sr.
tl..' klt'HUI.K lior -M M,
Cal lie t.r liailt'M ht
l.iuirlni' to .my nf in
me in Ik rv
Id a.l.titti.n In I lie atxiv, iii" iiu ti'rKi'."iit
jftoranti the i.t iuceoii.litii.ii tVO.tKJ tor ail tiora
-.' t'tautloil horaf liO'i Inr nu i.nlU or nllu'i
l. Hranrt r.H'.ir.l.'.l In olKtir c' .iiiillt'ii. Haunt'
riaray, Laku uj Iron couula's. Horatia
runtoa whtin oltl
Nona Inn a nova hor. a mi ... m . out , lu .uim
ataotioa . W. w . Baoa.Hlo. Orcauu.
j" jyygriaiupwi ii" !
j . ... . j
From Tim Irinh ffewt
Who aaya that thia Isn't a good win
ter for sheen on the deaarl?
1h coin collection of tb British
museum nurnliers 8o0,000 pieces.
Just haa aoon as man atarta swear
ing he stops thinking. Did you ever
It is estimated that 800,000 people
go daily to the motion picture ahowi
In New York.
Dave Denahy left the forepart of
January to accept a position with the
C. W. Dent sheep.
If the accelerando in building big
battleships keeps up, war will be av
erted by bankruptcy.
Messrs. O'Connell and Keegan, the
I'aieley butdness men, were local vis
itors this past month.
Jack Burse, one of tbe popular man
agers of the Mud Creek stage station,
paid lis a visit last week.
It ii said that Mexico uses more cig
arettes than any other country in pro
portion to its population.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Barry, of
Plush, were local visitors during tbe
holidays. We were glad to see totb.
Miss Nellie Barry has returned to
town from Guano Valley, where she
bad been teaching for several months.
It is estimated that tbe great storm
of Cnristmas week in tbe English
channel cost 15,000,000 and about 100
John Murphy, of Paisley, was one ot
the several sheepmen from that locality
who visited wilb us during tbe past
Little Pat Angland was in from tbe
desert the forepart of January, and
from appearances we judge tbat he has
spent a good winter.
Suffragists, wearing Greek and med
ieval costumes, are to be a feature of
the inauguration ceremonies at Wash
ington, l). C. on March 4.
Langu Re reformers are looking for
the man who puts the needless "s"
into "psrctls" post. One does not put
letters into a "letters" box.
Joe Parman, of Eagleville, Cal., and
J. U. Carroll, of Paisley, were some
of the out of town sheepmen who ap
peared in our midst thia ween.
Walter Hent, well known Warner
Valley sheepman and rancner, was over
from Plush tor New Years. Mr. Dent
is in partnership with Dick Mahoney.
A physi -ian says that wearing heavy
furs is dangerous. Tbey prevent tbe
natural respiration of ibe body, and
the throats a 1 muffled are more sen
sitive to colds.
Reverend C. Kegley, O. V. M., a
native of Newcastle West, Co. Limer
ick, died recently at Waterfor.i, Ire
land. He was a cousin to Con Curtin.
of this county.
The Department ot Agriculture
eetima'es the injury done to the crops
of the United States by Insect pests at
$400.010,000 per annum. Many of these'
pests can be suppressed only by birds.
.lack Quinn Welsh and Pat Barry
were in from Valley Falls the forepart
of the past month, bringing with them
a number of bucks which were left at
the 70 ranch for the remainder of tbe
Secretary MacVeagb. of the United
States Treasury Department at Wash
ington, has formally accepted the de
sign for the new nickel and it is ex
pected that it will be placed in circu
Cherrapongee in southwestern As
sam is said to be the wettest pla e in
tbe world. The average annual rainfall
there 1 CIO Inches. It is certainly a
pity that we of Lake County can't
havi our share of it.
Bill Twomey was one of our recent
visitors from Plush, arriving here Jan
uary 18. He made the trip from Mud
Creek to Lakeview a-foot through the
deep snow, consuming nine hours for
this part of the iouruey.
Since the sixty-second Congress con
vened. Vice-president Sherman, Bix
Senators and sixteen Representatives
have died, breaking all previous morta
lity records among congressional mem
bers in any single session.
Pat Moynihan, whu has been running
his sheep this past winter in the vicin
ity of Valley Falls, was in from camp
for several days during the past
month. He reports all stock out his
way to be in the best of condition.
Lent tegins next Wednesday, Feb
ruary 5. Appropriate services will be
held at the local Catholic church, a
lecture to be given on each Wednesday
evening and toe "Stations of tee
Cross" on the Fridav evenings of
In granting a decree tor a divorce a
southern judge said : "That which
Cod had joined together lot no man put
asunder, hut it is the judgment ot this
Court that God did not have a gol
durned thing to do with this union so
it is hereby dissolved."
The Home Rule Bill has passed tbe
dawn of a new Era opens for Ireland.
Apart from Ulster's bigoted stand,
the lack of hitter antagonism to the
Hume rule measure throughout Great
Britain is the most noticeable feature
attending the passing of tho present
bill as cuiiiuare.i with the two measures
formerly introduced by Gladstone.
President Taft has definitely decided
to accept the Kent professorship of
law at Yale college immediately after
his successor shall have been Inaugur
ated on March 4 next, He expects to
reside for tha first few months in a
New Haven hotel and will later take
a bouse In tbat city.
February 15 next is tha date set on
or before which all applications for
grazing permits within the National
Korest should be filed at the local
Forest office. A letter atating the fees
on tbe various kinds of stock to be
grazed will be sent out to each regular
permittee within tbe next week or so.
Many people cannot seem to get
away from the superstitious dread
which tbe year 1913 Inspires. Yet,
what omen could be worse that 1-91-2,
the sum being 13? The world with
some spasms haa survived ihi past
vear. as it will no doubt weatber the
Among the Valley Falls sbeepmen
wbo paid their respects to town during
tbe past few weeks were Tade Murphy,
Peter Sullivan, Dan Jones, Earl Wil
shire and Jack Turpin Murpby. All
were enthusiastic as to the outlook of
the sheep industry during the Dresent
winter and state that few losses have
Firearms, which bad been debarred
from tbe mails under the parcel post
regulations, have now been admitted.
Such was the gift of an order issued
recently by Postmaster General Hitch
cock, in which it was Stated that revol
vers and guns of any kind which can
be sent in packagea weighing less than
11 pounds, will be accepted.
Forty thousand letter in five month
represents the total of Governor Wil
son's mail aince be cams into promin
ence as tbe Democratic candidate for
president last July. Tbeae figures were
given out some few days ago by Joseph
P. Tumulty, private secretary to tbe
President-elect, on whom develoved
tbe task of reading and answering
most of tbe epistles.
Tommie Flynn, one of nur popular
local sheeomen, last week came over
from Plush on a short business visit.
He states tha' up to tbe present time
tbe sheep men have never enjoyed a
more favorable winter for their stock,
and tbat while snow is extra plentiful
in the Alkali country it is not so
much so tbat more than tbe ordinary
losses have occurred. Tommie is new
in the best of health.
A test of the Parcels Post was made
on the first day of the year bv a Chicago
rewspaper, two bricks being shipped
from New York to its home office one
by post and the otber by express.
They weighed tbe same and were ship
ped at the same time. The parcel Dost
package arrived first and cost 37 cents,
as compared with 60 cents by express.
Wonder if the price of bricks will
now be reduced to any appreciable
Fire Bugs Destructive
From The Irish Xews
That Ore bugs are costing the city
of New York at least 54,000,000 a year,
is the appalling statement made by
f ire Commissioner Joseph Johnson, of
that city. The cause ot this state of
affairs U alleged to be doe to tbe ease
with which valueless property can be
heavily insured, and as proof of this
assertion the Chief has among his ex
hibit 135 insurance policies, totalling
J 127, 000 insurance, which were secured
bv Fire Department Agents on proper
ty valued at only 3.96.
$1000 Dollars Reward
1 own b1 The cattle branded 70 or
XL and formerly owned by Cox
Clark and the II ery ford Land &
Cattle Company. These cattle are
now on the range 01 Modoc and
Lasrieu Countiea. For information
leading to the arrest and conviction
nf any party or parties Illegally
branding, killing, driving off or ills
postug of auy of the above cattle
I will pay ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS aud the coats of arrest and
prosecution. Send all Information
to E II. Day, Alturas, Modoc county
Cal., or to me at Latrobe, .El Dorado
County, Cal. If guilty party might es
cape, promptly notify the Sheriff of
the county lo which the Illegal act
was committed and advise me by
wire at my expense.
V. D. DUKE. Oct. 17
Magistrate Haven't you been ie
fore me before?
Prisoner No, your honor; I never
saw but one face that looked like yours,
and that was a photograph of an Irish
Magistrate Discharged. Call the
Buy at Home
Buy at home and try at home
To give the town a show:
Live at home and give at home
And help the town to grow.
Make your cot the nicest spot
That 'a under heaven's dome:
Juat buy a hit to brighten it
Buy, and buy at home.
1K. .1. lit VINO m'SSlSLL
' ril4lt-Util ttltil burtfeou
Snyder & Iteynohl lrug St tire
rilONKi ortirt). Main x
" ltealtloue 714
Of FIC I AJL D I R eCTORV
fmMrtl William H.Tafl
Vice PreaMent JamenH.Bheiwaa
f-ormarr oHtata ,, Philander C. K no
wraiarr of Treasury Franklin MacValirfc
ienratara of War Jafloh B. Dlcklnana
Attorney Gonm-al Genrr W. Wlckersbam
PomnaaUir Oncer aj Krank H, Hitchcock
jretarrnf NarT George Von I- Mrr
'toorriarf Interior W. A. Flher
retary of Akrlcaltma Jamea Wllaoa
rirrof Commerce Charles Naanl
ohlel Juntloe Cbarln Kdward Wbha
1 C H. Mention Commlaalonet
w. a, Klcharde.. U. 8. Land CommlHiooef
UoeerooT Oswald Weat
-txRreiar of Htate Hen W. Olnott
Treaaurer Tboa. B. Ilf
ttorney General A. M. Crawford
o pt. Public iDatraotlon I.. K. Aldermaa
Printer W. 8. Durilwae
Oa.rj end Food Com J. W. Ballef
n M 1 Joaathan Bourne. Jr.
ff. 8. Senators J Ueo t 0n.mb,a,n
I A. W. Utterly
VT7FB SVB GOV BT
Chief Juat toe ... B.8. Beaa
IT. A. McBrlde
iUDICI At DMTm .
Henry I.. Bvoann
.. .... John Irvrla
W. Latr Tborrpaoe
! Vernon A forces
Wesley O Smith
0 8. LAND OPF1CK.
rthur W. Orton Register
'red V Cronemlller Receiver
Gilbert D. Rrown Supervisor
Nelaon J. Billings Giaslng Aanlatant
Norman Jaoobaou Forest Assistant
V. r. Brennan Forest Clerk
LA KB COUNTY
Commissioners .... ....
County 4tor.k Instmctor..
W B Balder
.... F. O. Ahlatrom
C. B. Oliver
8. A. Itosnea
)F. B Anderson
T. B. Wakefield
D. P. at alloy
TOWN OF LAKKVUW.
K. K. Rln.ll.r. U.m
W. 9 link 1
J. P. Puckworth;
U. I. tiodtll
Wm. Wallace Recorder
A. Siener . Treasurers
I.AKKVliW COMJtaKClAL CLUB
President ... Lee Beall
Vice President F. P Light
ftecielary Dr. X. D. BvereU
Treasurer O. K Wood
Trustees H. W. Morgan H. M. Note,
Ralp B. Kooser
FIK8T MKTHOW8T CHURCH HON DAY
Vtiool at 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7:SU p. m. Epworth League every
wnday evening at :. Prayer Meeting Thure
layat 7:30 p.m. Choir meeting at 8:30 p. m,
uadles' Aid Erery Wednesday at 1:S0 p. as.
Sverybody cordially invited to all servtcea.
K. . MYEKd. Pastor.
flKST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKhVIKW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7:30 F Hon
1st Till 3rd eun. bunday rtcboul at 10 A M.
Junior Society at 2:30 P M. Baptist Young
People's Union at 6:30 P M on each Bunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:3u P M Wednesday eve
mug. Everybody invited to atteud all ser
vice. REV. A. F. tilMMONS
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVERY bl NOA Y MAfcW
at S:00 and 10a.m.; Rosery at 7 p.m. Mass
on weekdays at 7 :U0 a.m. hVrvlce to the New
Church. T. T.KERN, b. J
FIRST PKEbBYTERIA.N CHURCH OF LAKB
VltW. meet In tbe Masonic Hall. Bunday
School at 10:00 A.M.; Morning Service at 11:00
Evening Service at 7:30. praver Meeting on
Wednesdays at 7:30 P.M. All are cordially In
vited. REV. O. T. MORGAN Ph. l Pastor.
LAKEVlEtY KPISOOPhL MISSION Lay Read
ing Services in tbe Hall ot tbe Sliwi. n In toe
Rooms of L.C.I.C. (Bunting Builtliugl Center
Street, every Sunday evenUg at 7:3u O'Clook.
All are cordially invi.ed.
FIRST Ba PTISt CHURCH Ot 'Mlril5 .KS:
at New Plue creek, Oregon. Preaching ser
vices at 11 A M and 7 :30 P M of each Sundat
ot every month Sunday School at 10 AM.
Prayer Service at 7:80 on Wednesday evening
of each weed. All are cordially Invited to
attend ihc services.
REV. L. K. HENDERSON.
LAKEVIEW LODGE No. 71, A. F. & A M. Holds
staled meetings saiurda. on or before full
moon. January 27th, March 2nd, March 30th
April 27th, May 2'.tb, June 2Mb, llt. Special
meeting! upon call, generally Saturday even
ings. Visit lug bretbren welcome. JobnL.
Clark, W. M. ; H.M Nolle. Sec'y
DEliKER UP HONOR LAKEbHORK L , ut
No. 77, D. of H., A. O. U. W., Meets .r Aud
third Thursdays of each nioutu -juic
Hail: Mary Posi, C.of H.; J. Belle Arsner, L.
of H.; Lora Snyder C. of C,; Alameda
1. O. O.F.-LAKEVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F., meets tbe first aud tuird Thurs
day evenings of each month iu Odd Fellow
Hail. Lakeview. i. T. Uo'isil. C. P.. & t.
a o. v. w . Lakeview loixjE no. 111.
Meets every second and lourih Thursday of
each mouth, in Mub-'uIc Hall, Lakevlew.
Chas. Touniugsen. M.W.; Wm. Guuther, R.
1. O. O. F" LAKEVIEW LODGE. No. 63, I
O. F., meets every Saturday eveuiug vil
Fellows Hall, at 7:30 o'clock, from Ocio. er I
to April 1, aud at s olclock from Apn. 1
September So. W. p. Dvlteniau, N. G.;
G. D. Brown, Secretary
RKBKKAU LOlXjE-LAKEWEt LODGE, NO
tt, I. O. O. K., meets the second aud fourth
Krldaysof each mouth iu Odd Fellows Hall,
Frances Corbet, N. G.
O. E. S. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 6, LAKE.
view, Oregon, Meets on Tuesday, ou or be
lore full moon and two weeks thereafter, In
Viaitiug members are cordially Invited.
LILL1E HARRIS, W.M,
Land and Law Oftlce
Abstractor of Tltlea
Established 1S8 Lasev.. , Ore
AuruuR W. OKTON
All Practice Except U. S.
Land Otliee Hunlneaa.
l. jy. touu
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
l-akrvi. M OrrgesK
OFFICE Daly Building.
J D. VENATOU-
Attorney at Law,
Lainl Mutter. Me.'llt7
OFFICE Daly Building.
W LA1K THOMI'hON
Attornev at Law
Office In O. V. L."Co.'e Buildm.
Laekview , - -i. it '101
BRADLEY ENGINEERING CO.
Mlnlii"; & Civil I2ugliieerv
Minion Locution and Patent Surveys,
Farm and Irrigation Work,
4M MOKADNOCK BLDG., .. BAN FKA..-'-' tOO
NEW PINE CREEK UaUuOft