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A Want Ad In Tho Lako County Examiner
Repeated a few times, if neeessary, will find a custodier
for that property of yours. Tliey are scanned closely
by intending buyers, and tlie cost is nominal 5 cents
the line lor each insertion. Special lon-time rates.
Hilt r-A I.K- mm Single uinti iturr
Or lnK..ii . x hcnlM I'iIii fl.MI In
f.MMI citrli. lirriitillnU lo iiinllty.
h'u,u tor hulctilnv H.V.HI for l' I'nte
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to O. V. I.. 1 '.' Tim tM iiml Town
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ml ti'li hiti-m liHHti-il at I.Mki-vlfW.
Mnel m-ll Maki- nm hii nfli-r. I or
particular write to box liitn
dull. Ori-Kiii ll-lUtl
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WANTKI. l'n truilt' Ml ai-nn near
illy inn! I.nkevli-w, Or.in, for
Kloriilu li 'tk(iili'l 1 11 I . Miff. J. h.
Klrby, I ION Felix St., St.. m-pli,
WANTKII to I' iMiit-i 011 lirMti laHa
ltXl iuti'h. iilvo particularH, hm to
mill, ilimiiti', liH'ailoii, water, t tin -lur
Mc. W. M. Ilruwu, 112, K. Will
St., Portland, OrcKoii. tc'ip
Wo nivil a hhIi'xiiiiiii hi each nl sev
eral excellent IlieliU to ki-II our Hplen
di'l niirmry Mock. A M'rmaneiit
place, 1'hhIi week Iv mnl a tnjnare llriu
dm k it .vnti. Writ for pitrtli'tilarx.
WMxMliKtotl NurwiTy Co Toppi-liMi,
Wmitnt Acnt. Write llettltU At Ac
cident liiHtiranoe. Oregon Surety A
CatiMHllty Co.. 'A'1'1 Hoard of Traile,
I'nrt liiml. Oregon.
I. MMU'TLKK WHISKY AT T II I".
Hotel I.hki'vIi'W liar. The lMet anil
tnMt wlil-kv tiiaile. If
I.00K AT Till. NO I Ii i: KOK KK
ward lf.iii'il ly the Ti li-plioin
Coinpaiiv for ili-Mtroj Iiik ltt prop.
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A KKWAKD of 1 1 ft v liolliirn U iiore
by olferel for iiituiiiititiou tlmt will
lH(l to the nrriM uuit conviction of
Hiiy petaou wti tmn atolen wires or
other proper! y from our Company;
oil the attain rttwHrd id hereby olterud
for informal i' 'ii tlmt will lend to the
arrest and ouvlntlou of anyoue dua
troyluK ti' roperty of the Company.
Bearetat y Littke Co. Tel. Sc TeL Co.
noi'tiirr and sold.
c. ii. wkkkkk.sos lu.miikk-
MAX'fi Itl.IKi.. I'OKTI.AND. OKKti.
NOT I CM TO ( KMUTOKS
In the county court of the ntate of
Ori iiiwi, for the comity ol Lake.
In the Matter nf the I'.Hiale nf )
TO AM, WHOM IT MAY' CON
Ci:KN: Notice Ih hereliy jtlvell that
t he timlcrHiKUcil hy an onler of
Hun. It. Daly. Jmle nt the above en
1 1 1 It'll court, male ami entrc(l on tin
:!Ihi il.iy January, 101:1. duly up
ItOtntid Administrator of the cm ute ol
Vllliclni CIiiIhiciihcii, ilcci'rt-eil, and
!iiiH duly ijiialllled an xucli.
All pirmniH Imvlnu claiinx Hitl:iHt
h;i ill chtute or iald ileceilent, are here
by required to ii'CHi'ut t he mime, duly
vei'lllcil ami accompanied by the pro
per vouchera, to mid AdtnlniHtrntor,
vvllliiu ai inontliH from the duto of
the tirnt pntilicut Ion of IhU notice,
al the ottlceof L. I''. Conn, In the Town
of l.akevh w, Lake County, Oregon.
II itcl and liiul. piildlnliiHl this Ulli
day ol I'ebrnary, I'.ll.'l.
AdtnlulHirator of the K-Mtute of
Yilludin Chi iHteiiHen, HeceiiHeil.
In tho recorder court of the Htutu
ol Orcitou, county of Lnkoaud towu
ol Lakeview. (ex olliclo Jutillco of the
W. 1. tirob l'laiutlff)
Uct't Treat Hiid i.llliau Treat I
To IlEKT TKKAT and LILLIAN
TKHAT the above ua ned ilefendautM
In the name of the ntate of Oregon:
Tou are hereby required to appear
and aiiHwer the complaint tiled
tiKabiHt you In the above entitled
court mid came on or before TUura
day I he til li day of March 1913. and
If vo i full to HiiHiver, for want thereof,
plaintiff will take Judgment axalnat
yell or either of on lur the mini de
manded in I he complaint, to -wit:
Thiit v-four dollarri and ten cent
(114 10) and interent thereon at the
rate id hx per cent per milium from
the 13th day of Decern bei 1U12, and
I Vii tl. Al KliriMIJ
for IiIh co-ti mnl illHliurm'ineiitH here
in aiel will alnoM'll any proerty that
mm be attache to nee urn tin yy
llient ol Mich Judgment iim limy In' ne
curcil In t IiIh acilon.
T.'iix SumiiliiiiH In Herveii on yon
an I each of you by pnliliea t Ion there
of In the Lake County Kxamlner. a
iiewitpaiK'r of tfi-neral circulation pud
IImIh iI In ijake ' ouniy Oregon for a
term ol alx con-ecutlve and auecei-Mi ve
wiekx, liv order of Win, Wallace,
.lndU" of the aliove em ,! led I'oWll
Ki-corder'H Court of Lake County,
st te of Oregon, and Town of Lake
vii'W, made mi the 22ui dnv,of ,ln
u irv, ltll'l and the date of the hmt
IHinlli atlon hereof in llio J ird day of
.liiinmry I'.il l
W in. W A I. LACK
(Kx nlllrlo .hiHtice of the I'eare)
NO I I' I ; U'' CON TKK I'
Depart in. Mi t nf l he Interior, I'ulteil
Slate Land Olllce, I.akevlew, Or Kou,
Jail. J.l. l'.ll.l.
To (ieol'Ke M, AImIi;i1, of unknown
addrcBM, ConteHtei :
You are hereby imtlfliHl that .Jon
C. Mejer, who uvi- Kurt KiK'k. Oreu
on, bh IiIn poMf-olllce adilreHu, did on
Dec 111, 11112. file In tlila olllce IiIh duly
cor rnliorated atllcatlon to conteit
and secure the cancellation of your
Hoiuentead, Lutry No. Serial
No. n:ilii.'. made April 12, 1II10. for
Section T-"idilp IT South,
Kaiie 17 KitHt, Willamette Meridian,
mid im urotiinlH for IiIh oi,tt he
itlli'Kc that You have wholly aband
oned Miild land for more than alx
motitliH laat paat; that you hate
never cultivated or Improved said
land In any manner.
You are, therefore, further notified
that the khIi! alleat iona will b. taken
by thin o III e an having liven confeMed
by you, and your naiii entry will be
canceled thereunder v itbo'ut your
further rlht to heard therein,
either iiefoie thin office or on appeal. If
you fall to Die in thU oflhe wlthlu
t wenty ilaya after the fourth ptlblica
tl in of thlri notice, iiM ahowu below,
your aohwer, under oath, Hpccittcallv
uiei'tinic and rcHpnudluK to them' al-l.-yntionii
of cotiteMt, or if you fall
within that time to file in thin office
'tie proof that you have acrved a
copvofyoiir annwcr on the aaid con
t i-tiilt either lu piTHoli or by regis
tered innll. If thin nervlce in made liy
the dell ery of a copy of your anawcr
to t he coutcHtant lu pernon, proof of
Mich Hcrvlce iriiiMt be either lint Hald
coutehtant'a wrilteu acknowledgment
of bia receipt of the copy, howititf
t he date of It- n-ceipt, or the nllldavit
of the perHoii by whom t he dell very
iwih liinde Ntathitl w heii and where the
copy wan dedvered; if made by reia
tered mall, proof of mich aervlce miiHt
coiihihI of t he ailida vit of the peraou
by whom the copy wax mailed Ntat
Inn wheu and the piiNtolUce to which
it wra mailed, and this allidavlt iiiunI
be accompanied by the poHiinaHter'a
receipt for the letter.
Yon ahoidd atate In your anawer
the name of the p uttotlice to which
J on dealre future noticea to be neut to
A. W. OKTON, KelHter.
Da'e of II rut publication Jan. :W, )13
' " wc.ind " Feb. , 1U13
- " thud " Feb. 13. 11U3
" " fourth " Feb. 20. 1!13
NOT1CK TO CKKD1TOKS
In the Conntv Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lake County. IN THU
MATTF.U OF THK KSTATK OF
David Wortiilu'ton, Deceased, The
uuderMltftied IniviiiK been appointed
by the County Court of the mate of
Oregon, lor Lake County, Ailiuluitra
tor of the eatate ol David Worthing
ton, deceaaed, notice la hereby tfiveu
to t he creditor of, and a!! pci'Koop
havlut! claiiuM aKaiiiHt said deceaaed,
to present them verified hs reipiired
by law, wlthlu alx nioutlia alter the
flrat publication of thin notice to said
D. F. A in iclc at IiIh reHldence lu New
I'lne Creek, Oregon.
D. F. Amlck,
Adminlatrntor of t he eatate of David
Wort Idnirtim deceaaed. Dtitee .Ian.
$1000 Dollars Reward
I own all the cattle branded "0 or
XL ind formei'ly owned by Cox &
Clark and the 1 1 ery ford Laud &
Cuttle Company. Theno cattle are
now on tht ranncH ot Modoc and
LnsHcu CouutifH. For Information
leudliiK to the nrreBt uud conviction
of any party or partieH Illegally
biaudluj;, killing, driving off or die
posluK of any of the above cattle
I will pay ON H THOUSAND DuU
LA KS aud the coHta of nrreet and
proHecutlou. Send all Information
to K II. Day, AltuniH, Modoc county
Cal., or to me at Lutrobe, Kl Dorado
County, Cal. If guilty party intjlit e
ciiM, promptly notify the Sheriff ol
the county In which the illegal act
was committed uud ml viae me by
wire at my expense.
V'. D. DUKK. Oct. 17
OUIXJOX TUUNK ItAlLWAY
Train now Icnvi'H lttiuIO:4.a.iu.
Arrlvt'M 1'ortlund 5 :.'$( p.m.
ThU tialu iiiua thriNiuh without
cluiuf t l'ortland, croaiim the CoU
unibla ltlvcr on the aplrndid bridge
at Celilo 1'iiIIh, Direct connccth ua are
made lit Kallliriilt;e for Spokaue mid
all eiiKtern polni. F 1327
stfuscuiiiu roil tuk kxaminur
HOW TO PROTECT
TREES FROM PESTS
A ocrreapondent from Sundale,
Waahington write the l'ortland Journal
aa follow a in regard to the protection
of fruit treci agalnut penta:
Jarkralihit and cufworma have
done ronHiderable damixe to orcharda
in Klickitat county In paat yearn. We
have luarued, we believe, how lo aave
our trcca lrom both tneae peita. Uy
painlinif the treen ' with blood the
rabbitt are kept away. They are
hertiivoroiM only and dislike the blood.
Faint your trees from Ihe ground to
the forks. Only one and two year old
trcca, ai a rule, are attacked. No
doubt this treatment will aave the
trcca from the work of ground aquirr
els -Ibo. The blood can he had from
the Union Meat company of I'ortlano:,
or any alaiufhter humc can furniah it,
no doubt. Ten-gall'in caiea coat me
12 05, delivered.
Cutworms for aevcril yeara have
been doing grcar. damage by climoirig
the young trees at the time the first
bu In awell and eating nut the tender
buj. As noon a the weather get
warm they disappear. For two years
pait a remedy composed of bran,
molasses, rour beer and Fans green
has been widely copic I, as coming
from some experiment station, not .in
Oregon. It is about as efficient as the
old rmedy for bedbugs. Catch your
hug and tickju it under tbe chin until
it laughs, then shove a spoonful of
poison down its throat, 1 have found
three dead worms under a tree, and
over 40 live ones. I killed all 1 put in
a can with the mixture, but there was
tioihing else in the can.
We now uee common table oilcloth
A piece 4x6 inches is wrapped around
the tree a foot from the ground and
parted under the lap. It is too smooth
for the worm to crawl over. Tin workit
as well, but ia very much more expen
sive, and more difficult to apply, and
tends to iniure the tree. Afier the
dunger ia past the oilcloth should te
This remedy will not do the nureery
nien any good, for the worms eat the
bud or graft close to the grouni, and
there is no chance to wrap the stock.
J. K. Shepard.
I Tl. .. . kw, ..... I 1.,not aiv ucll . I .
fined potato d it-eases', some of them
cauHing great IoSms in Oregon, has
been determined by the crop pest in
vestigation at the Oregon Agricultural
College. The experts have devoted
their attention thuH far mainlv to a
survey to discover the extent and dis
tribution of potato diseases, but it is
planned in the future to studv each of
the six principal diseasesjn detail with
special reference to conditions in
Co-operative work is under way to
test different varieties of potatoes for
diaease resistance. The seed for these
testa is furnished by the U. S. Depart
ment of Agriculture, and a small field
of the college farm has been planted,
both good and bad potatoes being used,
The crop pest department of the Or
egon Agricutlrual Experiment Station
is making an effort to claissify the
various fungi causing bark canker of
apples and pears. Different ones have
been isolated and inoculations made.
Results of recent experimental work
on cherry gummosis in which import
ant determinations were made at the
Oregon Agricultural College will t'e
given soon in the Oregon Countryman,
a farm magazine published by the
Neatly one-third of the total area
of Oregon is included in forest re
serves, according to figures compiled
utul made public by the secretary of
state's olfices. There are 61,1SS,4S0
a.'res in the state, of which lb", 023,420
are in forest reserves.
Cascade, 1,097,700 acres: Crater,
1,019,400 acres: Deschutes, 942,020:
Fremont, 852,000 acrea: Klamath, 9,200
acres; Malheur, 1,202,810 acres:
Minam, 448,830 acres : Ochoco, 819,030
acres: Oregon., 1,141,120 acres: Paul
ina, 1,33,33d acreB: Santiam, 710.170
Herts; Siskivou. 1,278,9110 acres
Siuslaw, 821,000 acres ; Umatilla, 5Gt,
920 acres; Umpqua, 1,195,670 acres:
Wenaha, 472,000 acres; Whitman, 949,
THK BF.ST OOUOH MEDUTNK
"I have imed Chamberlain' Couh
Kemedy ever uluet I have been keep
ing bouse," nays I- C. Haines, of
Marbury, Ala. "I eouHlder It one of
tho best reinetlU'H I ever uaed. My
children buve all taken it and It works
like a charm. For colds tind whoop
ing cough it in excellent." For nttle
by all dealer.
I1U0 new Kiulth Premier typewriter
for Kill. See II. A. I'tley, Ltikeview,
Why Their Use Is Becoming
- Nation Wide In Scope.
BOTH SIDES ARE BENEFITED
Th Man Themselves Tka Pride In
Their Work and Are Kept Strong
and Well The State Has Lets Ex
pense and Better Highways.
The one of con virtu ou the public
toad has paHaed through the period
Df hysterica! wrangle Into a perlial of
actually auceesiful accoiniiliHhuietit
and aliiioHf universal acceptation. Ar
ticles gnlore have la-en written, pic
tures of the convict road gang Intrude
the iiisclveH upon the public from the
piik'cn of our current Journals, while
the "moviea" take our children In
among the convicts al work upon the
ronda-ull teach us that under a zebra
like exterior there la the human being
the Kiime an ourxelvea.
What lies la-hlnd the demand for
the work of convicts upon the roads?
Is It the demand for cheap labor on
the part of the roud builders? Is It
the deuiund for cheap road construc
tion on the part of property owners?
la it the demand for a new type of
convict labor In an unorganized Indus
try free from competition? Is it the
desire of nome prison warden or state
otllclal to pet public acclaim? While
human nature la as it In there Is like
lihood that motives such as these will
lead some men to seek to exploit the
convict. Still It is tbe hope of the new
school of penologists that these anti
social Instincts will be curbed by law
and social usage and by tbe severe
band of the penal system Itself. Ex
ploitation from whatever source must
not la? the reason for the development
of the work of convicts upon the roads.
The underlying motive In convict
road building must he to secure the
greatest efficiency for the state out of
Its possession. The convict Is the prop
erty of the atate. The road l.s the prop
erty of the state or of Its subdivisions.
The working of tbe convict upon tbe ;
rnads brings together two elements siin
' 5 i.
si . . . .. i -i -. . a
TUK SORT OP ROAD WHICH CONVICTS ARX
PUT! I. Nil INTO HHAHC
ihir in their possession, thereby elimi
nating many elements of waste in their
ltoad labor is fairly well paid. Is of
a roving type picked up in the neigh
borhood and possesses the ruggedness
uud endurance which tueau hardship,
j et n healthy vigor and manhood which
often attract the growing spirit of
youth when au outlet la sought for the
surplus energies aud wayward tenden
cies. The load cauip Is democracy.
The niau's it mini for a' that. Give
and take. rcject the conk, keep cleau
if possible, and devil take the hind
most. Many couvicts ueed just such
experience. It would be foolish to put
others on the road gang. The uieu
must be selected hecause of their need
of just such experience. The victim of
wuuderlust had better be kept within
the prison walls.
Federal aid will encourage state ruad
building. Our untionaj roads will be
but few, our state roads should be
many. The state road superintendent
should work together with the state
prison authorities ou the convict situa
tion aud both the county road work
aud the county eouvict should be un
der their supervision. The picture I
have drawn as couvicts camps at ileir
best must not be taken for a descrip
tion of the ('indenture which la found
lu some of the states. It is fallacious
to waste the possibilities of convict la
bor ns they are being wasted lu some
Severity of discipline in things penal
bits been confused with slackness of
business maiiiigenieut. while the appli
cation of sclent i lie methods bused upon
the psychology of the individual has
been confused with sentimental emo
tionalism. Improve the convict camp,
place It ou the rlghl basis, and the re
ault will be that the magistrates will
commit many men whom they today,
release for fear of condemning them
to cruel and unusual punlshmeut. How
much better to put these guilty men
on the roads gangs than to send out
police to gather the crapsliooters from
tbe byways and hedges. The new In
dustrial peuoloiry claims to be humane,
but because It is humane It la a bard
headed materialistic proposition where
by more guilty men will be punished
and their punishment profit them and
the slate the more.-E. IStagg bltiu
lu Southern (loud (loads.
Correspondence News of
to .The State
Special to the Examiner. As Senate
Bill 72. providing for demonstration
work throughout the state under the
direction of the Agricultural College,
is undertood, it Is gaining support in
all quarters. It ia distinctly a meas
ure for the benefit of the man on the
soil and will be of great advantage to
the rural communities of Oregon.
.Senator Thompson, of Crook, Klam
ath and Lake counties declares this
bill is the moat important piece of
legislation before the present session
or that can come before it. Me de
clares that while it is of vast impor
tance to the section of the state be re
presents, it Is of equal benefit to all
parts of Oregon.
According to the report of tbe Oreg
on C mservation Commission, this state
has 545,000,000,000 feet of standing
timber, or one fifth that of the United
States. Unused wsterpower in Oregon
streams is capable of producing 3,300,
000 electric horsepower. 2,000,000
acres of this state can be irriagted at
a "ost of S30 to $60 per acre, making
tbe land worth, when irrigated, lrom
1100 to $500 pet acre. The report out
lines in a comprehensive Way Oregon's
many dormant resources.
Because Oregon was admitted to the
Union on February 14, 1859, a sugges
tion has been made that this be called
the "Vhlentine State." It is claimed
that this pseudonym bss 'advantages
over the misleading "Webfoot" and
"Beaver' which have done doty for
so many years.
Work is going forward on the new
Trans-Ori'gon railroad being built west
ward from Vale bv the Oregon Eastern
Ry. Trains are running to a point 37
miles from Vale and grading oper
ations will be continued throughout
Following a visit of committees from
the Legislatures of Oregon and Wash
ington ana of Geological Survey offici
als, a recommendation has been made
for the appropriation of $150,000 from
three sources to make a thorough in
vectlgstion and survey of tbe proposed
Celilo Falls wsterpower site. Engi
neers in the party stated that the pro
ject is feasible and that 300,000 horse
power may be dtvelooed the year
around and 236, 000 additional horse
poerforS months of the year. It is
eaid that this can be made tbe biggest
water power plant in tbe world with
the cost of generation tbe lowest.
Before he quits office President Taft
expects to Bend to tbe Senate the
nominations of five more Federal
judges, making a total of 114 in his
administration, a record unequaled in
four years, so far as availaole docu
ments show, by any other President.
Counting these hve nominations and
ten already sent to the Senate but still
unconfirmed, Mr. Taft will have named
58 per cent of the 195 Federal iudges
provided for by tbe statutes.
While the President is known to re
gtd his appointments to the Supreme
Court as the most important he has
made, and he has named five of the nine
members of that court and a chief
justice, he bss taxen great pride in his
(election of circuit, district and terri
torial judges. There are 146 Federal
Judges who enjoy lite tenure and of
that sort Mr. Taft has appointed 65
Mr. Roo-evell in his first term named
43 lite judges and in his second 41.
Mr. McKinley named 23 life judges,
Mr. Cleveland in his second term 27,
and Mr. Harrison 49.
Cedarvil'e Kecord : Walter Rae,
showed us a handsome ring yesterday
the set of which was made of one of
the opals found east of here. The gem
is certainly a beautiful one and shows
all colors of ' the rainwbow. These
stones are valuable, and the jeweler
who polished Mr. Rea's opal informed
him that its value is eighty dollars.
Let the Examiner figure on
your next Toll Printing;
Ifornla aud Nevada
Live Stuck 1'oK'i'
lou Atitoclatou, ol
which the mulct
H1 xlve tMHM.M)
reward loi evideuuo
lending" to the '
I : f
. ! ,'
iet uud conviction
i, I'jol any party or ixr
lien btekliua hnrwH.
y i i-tuiieor mint ia
iuukiuk io but Ol III
In addition to tha above, thd uudorstsned
uei, ou i he iuo ihiiuIIuou (ai u.ilo for all hoik-
lrudt d horne-Wio bur ou outa or elluef
ltraod reeo,,'1i'd in eight couutie. KdUKe
utdot, lk and Crook oouutim. tiorea
. utud ttbcu told.
None but growu horteeiioid, and ouljr In Urge
sauohet W. W.baoWM.FUe.Oregou.
OFFICIAL m RECTORY
CrwUdnnt William R.Taft
Vice JTMliHinl Jm, Hhetmaa
crtar ol iite rtillsndpr C. Knox
inry nl Trpntury...... Franklin MacVelgn
crnir o( War JvnbH Ulrklnima
Attornrf Uneral Oeonra W. Wlrthm
t'lMimaautr Heneral Krank H, Hiuihnook
r'iryof nrf George Von L. MiTer
e.Ttrj Interior W. A. rimer
le remr; of AKrlcnItnre Jamea Wllaow
ereu-f ol Commerce ( hrl Ncl
,hlM Junlice rbarlrs Elwrd White
0. 8. Vennlon CnminlMtoner
. n. klcharita, V. B. Land CoinmlKlouel
iovrnor Onwnld West
reurji of State Bi-n W. Olcott
Trewurer Tlioe. B. Kef
tltoruej Keneral A. M. Crawford
lu pi. Hutnle Inntructlon I.. R. Aldernan
friiiuir W. H. Uunlwaf
irr nd food Com J. W. Belief
. W. LaOerty
. . . . R. 8. Bean
J H.J. I
F. A. Moore
tnoclate Jiutlcei .
lira mmciAt Dirraici.
Oide Uenrr L. Bcnaoo
Anirn"y John Irwin
W. Lair Thompson
! Vernon A FortMS
Wesley o 8ml tlk
I int3eaator. .
tJ S.LAN1 Of KICK.
irthur W. Orton Rrglsier
're4 Y Cronemlller Receiver
fillb-frt D. Brown Supervisor
Neison J. Blliinxs Uraslng Assistant
.-M.winu .awmuu sorest Assistant
D. r. Brennsn Forest Clerk
'"dee B. Daly
' Hrk F.W. Payne
'Jerift w B Snider
Treasurer F. O. Ahlalrom
tMessor A.J. Foster
ithool Supt, c. X. Oliver
lurveyor fl. A. Musoen
County 4tock Instctor D.P.Mailoy
'B. E. Rlnehart '. Mayor
Lee Ek-sll (
W. Cnh I
J. P. l.uckworthi CoancUmsn
1. T. Godsil
Wm. Wallace Recorder
. rtieoer Tressurer
LAKEVlkW COMMERCIAL CLDB
President Lee Beall
Vice President F. P. Ught
-ecietsry Dr. E. D. Everett
Treasurer O. B Wood
Trustees, E.W.Morgan H. M. Note,
Ralp- K. looser
KlKiT MKTHODI.HT CHURCH 80NDAY
school at 10 a. m . Preaching every Sunday at
11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m. Kpwortb League "every
nuday evening at :. Prayer Meeting Thora
lay st 7:30 u. m. Choir meeting at H:n0p. aa,
-julies' Aid Every Wednesday at 1:30 p. a,
everybody cordially Invited to all servtcee.
R. E. MYERS. Pastor.
iKT BAPTIST CHl'RCH OF LAKKVlkW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7:30 P M on
un id 3rd bun. Sunday 8cho.il at 10 A M.
iunlor Society at 2:30 P M. BapUst Young
People's L'nloo at 6:3u P M on each Bunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:30 P M Weauesday eve
ning. Everybody invited to attend all ser
vices. REV. A. P. SIMMONS
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVER Y 51 NDAY M ABB
at 8:00 and 10 a.m.; Rosery at 7:30 p.m. Masa
ou weekdays at 7:u0 a.m. Service in the New
Church. T.T.KERN. B.J.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LAKE
S' It W, meets in tbe Masnolc Hall. Sunday
School at 10:00 A.M.; Morniug Service at 11:00
Evening Service at 7:J0. Prayer Meeting on
Wednesdays at 7:80 P.M. All are cordially In
vited. REV. J. P, SCUELL, D. tl., Pastor.'
LAKEVIEW EPISCOPAL MISSION Lay Read
ing Services In the Hall of the Miwlna in the
Rooms ol L.C.I.C. (Bunting Building) Center
Street, evert" Sunday eveuu.g at 7:40 O'clock.
All are cordially invited.
FUiST baptist church or ksk laks
at New Pine Creek, Oreiron. Ptvaehlng ser
vices at 11 A M and 7:30 P M of each Sunday
of everr month Sunday School at 10AM.
Prayer Service at 7:80 on W'sduesday evening
of each weed. All are cordially invited to
ittend ihc services.
REV. L. E. HENDERSON,
LAKEVIEW LODGE No. 71, A. F. A. M. Holds
stated meetines Saturday ou or before roil
moon. Marcri 22, AprU 19, May 17. Special
meetings upon call, geuerally Saturday even
lngs. Visiting brethren welcome. JohaL.
Ciark, W. M. ; H.M Nolte, Bec'y
DkUREB OF HONOR LA KESHORS LoiAilf
No. 77, D. of H., A.O. U. W., Meets rt and
third Thursdays of each month i sonio
Hall: Mary Post, C. of H.; J. Belle Arsner, U
of H .; Lore Snyder C. of C; Alameda
I. O. O.F. LAKEVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F., meets the first aud third Thurs
day evenings of each month m Odd Fellows
Hall. Lakeview. D. T. Godall. C. P., it W.
A O. U. W. LAKEVIEW LOlXiE NO. 1U.
Meet every second and fourth Thursday of
each mouth, lu Masonic Hall, Lakeview.
Chaa. Touuiugsen. M.W.; Wm. Guuther, R.
1. O. O. F' LAKEVIEW LOlAiK, No. 83. I
O.K., meets every Saturday evening o-ia
Fellows Hall, at 7:30 o'clock, from Ocioierl
to April 1, and at S o'clock from April 1 to
September 30. W. P. Dykeman, N. Q.;
G. D. Brown, Secretary
REBEKAH LODGE LAKEVIEW LODGE, NO
, I. O. O. F meets the second aud fourth
r'rldaysof each month in Odd Fellows Hail,
Frances Corbett, N. G.; M. D. Moss, bec'y.
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Title
Established 18 Lakeview, Or
AUriiUR W. ORTON
All Practice Except U. 8.
Land Odice Huulnesa.
L,. F. t'onn
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
J D. VENA TOU
Attorney at Law,
li nd Mattrra tpiilalt
OFFICE Daly Balldlug.
IjY. LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office in O. V. L.Co.'b tluildinK.
I)K. J. IltYIXO ItUSSCLX.
PliysiidHn and Buraeon
Snyder & Reynolds Drug Store
PlIONKi Office, Main a
" Itenldeliie 174
BRADLEY ENGINEERING C3.
Mlnlnt' & Civil Kniflneem
Mining Locution and Patent Surveye,
Farm aad Irrljcatlnn Work,
IH jJONADNOCK BLDG., .. . JUISCO
NEW PINE CREEK OREUOM