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A Want Ad In The Lake County Examiner
Repented ti few tinica, if necessary, will find n customer
for that property of yours. They are scanned closely
by intending buyers, und the cost is nominal 5 cents
the line for each insertion. Special long-time rates.
Full HA I K Mi Keren, U mi Im moiiiii
eat of Illy, l.iike County, Oregon.
MuOraali. Address Mm. J. L. Klrl.v
1108 I VIU St., M. Joseph, Mo. JI2tS
roil HAt,K A 'I'm college Und.
TheWKof NV. (i'l4' of Hee. ft.
N,H of N VVl of nv, 7, T. .'Ifl K. it 21
In Lake , I'rUt fl3perucre.
Oregon. 1(HM mull. I 1.1m II per
cent. Kcl Naterl.o. v:W7 isth Ave.
rki., Minneapolis, II Inn
I'OIl NAI.lV. Muk n.r W. i.eie
N. K. M S.c. I. T. :I7. K. n I;mhI
W. M l.nke Co Ai.Mb Siiifktdli,
Mil l'arnlli'l. Kiiiihiih Oily, Ku.
1111 l.nkevlew A lint nu t A 'I it l Co.
Irt making MH'iiil iil lrin ori Abstracts
to O. V, Ij. Co. 'a Tteetn iiihI Town
Teeiit.v n. res being; tin Ninth h.ilf id
llu North Went quarter, of fli
Mllltll Went UHrtiT, Kertillll '.'ft,
Twp. :ii, Kange '-" K. VV. M. l.o kf
Coiinly. For i,ili cheap. Kutilii
Kiaiuloer, Iwtkevlew Or.
f 1 . M
I.UWT tM) mi XII
TAKKN VI' Ou June 2'J. lui.'l ; tu
brown mares, weight nboiil IUHl
liu) II.'m) pouuiIm. llni- In a in lul with
ll Jtoiiiliiontioil i; britl.d connected,
a"d the other ttn n iear brand.
Owner may lectile s tine liy calling
lor 1 lient it in) pitying expeiiac. Jim)
h'lnr, I'luuli, Oregon. .Ivrt lni
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U ANTIOU Mii Mod vllto conk ami
lo genet nl '"k. Apply C W. K
Ji iiiiliiK", Valley Kiilla, Orvg"l. mUll
1.11(1 O KM llajtKM.
i . fi '."cut u : it w 1 1 i n'k "tTat t iTk
Hotel l.imevle Imr. Tln Uwt und
iiihi whUkv untile, 'f
LOOK AI'TIIK NtJTH'h MK it -
ward iHMtii'd lv the Telephone
Company for dentroyliiir It pri
A MOW A III) or Hfty dollars I bar
14' Diluted for information that will
lead to the arruH au" conviction of
any poison mli . baa stolen wires or
oilier property from our Company :
ml the aauirt reward ia hereby offered
for Informal rn that will lead to .Mi
arrant and nvlotloo of anyoue dee
troy I nil t property of the Company.
Chaa. Urn bach,
tlorUi Lke Co. TeL & TeL Co.
TIHHKK I.A tn
TIM 11 Kit LAN I is
HOIKIHT AM) MOLD.
C. II. WKUHKlt,60N LUM1U0I'..
MAN'S IU.DO., FOUTLAND. OUKU.
I Kiai, AltVKKTIMISJU
MM ICK TO CKKDITOK
N(ilii!i 1h lii'rcliy jtivcii that tin' no
ltrriKUi'.l wiie liy t!u County Court
of Lake Coiioty. On vron, ou tlui 2th
d.V ol .liiluv I IMS. iliiH appiilntml Mil
uitiiUiratir of thi I'xiatt of Kmnllu
M. I. n. vlllc. il'i-cii'i'd.
NOW, Til KUKIOKi;, all -rHonn
liavliiR el. aunlnnt aald cutalc art
hert'by required to ri'Bciil them itli
propnr vou:h'Tii to thu unlc r-li;iil
administrator ut the oUlee ol VV. Lair
Tlioinprion In Lakevixw Oregon, wlih
iu Hi inonilH from the date of thin
Dated thia 2Sih day of Juoi, 1U13.
G. W. JOI1NHON
Adininiiirator of the Kat. of Kmc
Hue M. l.loville, decrawrd.
NOTICE TO CHKDITOS
In the County Court of ttu Btate of
Oregon, for the County of Lake.
In the matter of the eatate of Henry
11. Hahn, deeeHaed.
To all whom It may concern: No
tice la lierely Riven that the under
HlKned liaa beeu duly appointed ICxe
cutor of the last Will and Tun t a men t
of Henry H. Hahn, deceased, by an
order ol Honorable II. Daly, Judge of
the County Court of the State ol Ore
gon, for the County of Luke, duly made
and entered In HHid Court in the
above entitled matter, on July 7, lUI.'l.
All peraoUH haviuii datum agalont
aid dwedt ut or &ld eetate, are here
by required to orem-ut the BHnie, duly
verified i.d accomiianled with pro
pur voui'hera an rjuired by law, with
In hIx months after the Drat publica
tion ol thla notice, toaaid executor at
the Law Office of L. F. Conn, In the
Town of Lakevlow, Lke County,
Dated and firat publiHhed July 10th
Executor of the laat Will
and Testament of Henry 11.
NOTICE TO CKED1T0U8
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the Couuty of Lake.
lu the matter of the 1'aitncrihiu es
tate of B. F. AhUtroui, deueaecd, and
Notice la hereby given that the un
derlined, Wm. Gunther and F. M.
Miller, waa by an order ol Hon. M.
Daly, Judge of the County Court of the
County of Lake.Btate of CreKon, duly
made and entered by the above en
titled Court and matter of the 23rd
day of June, 1913, appointed an ad
luiulNtratora of the Partnership eHtate
of 8. P. Ahlatroiu, deceaaed, and Win.
Ouotbrr, and have duly qualified ua
Much administrator!. Now all persons
liavioK claims aRsinft said partner
ship estate re hereby required to pre
sent the same duly veriuVd and c
coinpmika with the proper vouchers,
to the undersigned in the buildtug
known m AhUtrmn'M llarneaa Shop In
tho Town of l.uh.'vlfw. Lake County,
Oregon, within mx montliH from the
date ol tin filet D ilillcntloa of thit
Dated and flrxi publialu'd thla 2'lth
day of .lunr, 1UI.1
V. M. MlllHr,
AilininiHtrntora of the i'urilirrahip
Eetiii of S. V. Alilntroiil. ilecrBwd
and Win. f inn! her,
NO I WE Foil I'UI'.I.I.'.VTION
(Not Conl I.umI
D.M'lirl llli'llt O' n.-r...!-, (J, H.
I.atx! Illtirr at Lak-viMW, Oi-uoli,
juiv 3-d i '.j n.
Not In1 It lii'ivliv K'v'ii 'iMt David
Vouiik, ff Wiirner Luke l.ak- I'nunty,
Ormnu. wlii- on Jui'f ;ir.l r.M I, tiiiwii'
Dewrt Land Kntrv No ("mi. t'-r Lot
3,S; .NW'4, Se.. 'Ti. ami Nl-'' NK4'.
Sftlon 21. ToAiMh.p 41 .'v.iitt),
Kange 2.3 EitHt W l.nn.ot.i M iHimi,
ban Hied nollc of inieiitlMfi m n tik
final I'ruof. to i-Mtahll-li rlailil t
land above ili-Mi rllii-il, t(ore k. '-ui-and
llifeiver of tha l)nlfiil S'.ui'N
Laud Oftlre, m, l.akavlw. Ilii'..- mi,
on the 121 h iln.v ol Augiiit, llii::
Claimant nain- a an w ltlieitxt M.
.lami'H Coalon. John WallH. Jhiii-h
Young and Edard Young, nil ol
Warner Lake, Oreuon.
J AS. F. UUKtJKSS, K.'glM..-r.
NOTICE TO CUEDITOUS
Noiii-e i hereby v'Vin that the uii'nt
mi! I wi the 2"lli il tv of .In pi.
IHI3, by the County Ci.nrt ol l.kt
County, OrrKn, duly ntpiiuo-d ml
niiiimtrati.r ol the ttitr of Clurrnet
tirrrii, drieiiaed, und hua u i 1 f - I u
NOW, TIIKUEFOHE. all peroti
having cbiiaia iiKaiit aaiil estate are
hereby leipiirrd to pieernt tlu-iu, with
proKr voiuhera, within ix iuonth
fri'in (Utr ol tin nolire, to the uinlrr-
iaed at th oili'.-e of W Lair Thomp
son, in Lakt't le w, Ort'oa.
W. I. HEKYKOKD
AdiuiaiHtrator of the ramie
ol Clarence (irreii. deceuaed
NOTICE TO CHEDlTOItS
In the County Oourt of the Stale of
OreKoii for the County of Lake.
In the matter of the Estntc of S. F.
Notice i hereby given that the under
aiuned. E. C. Ahlatrom, ' wan by an
nriler of Hon. U. Daly, Juilc of the
Count v Court of the ('ounty of Lake,
State (d Oregon, duly made und entered
by the aiMtve entitled Court and mai ter
on the 18th day ol June, 1913, npiH.int
rd administrator ol the estate t S. F.
Ahlatrom drresaed. and has duly quiili
fied ns such nilminiatrator. Now all
persons naviu claims anainst said de
cedent, or uaintt said estate are hereby
reiUired to present the same duly verifi
ed and uicompanieil with the proper
vouchers to the um'ei signed at hi ill
ee in the United Statea Post Ollicc in
theTnttii ol I.akeView, Lake l.ouatx,
Oregon, within sik months iroin the
date "I the tir-t publication 'of this
Dated uti.l lirjtt palihtlied this L'liih day
E C. A II LSI KOM.
Administrator ol tho estate
ol S. F. Ahlatrom, ilcccased.
NOIT'.E FOIt PUBLICATION
(Not Coal Landx)
Department of the Interior, I'nited
Stau-M Land Olliue at lakoview, Ore
gon, May 15. 1913.
Notice In hereby given that Heury
O'Keefe. whose poat-nltlce addrecw is
Lake view, Oregon, rlhl, on the 27th
day of July 11)12 tile In tLlnJonVe Sworn
Statement and application, No. 0MK"5
to purchase the SW14 NE4.8EK NW4
and Lota 2 aud 3, Section 5, Towuahlo
40 V, Kange 21 E, Willamette Merid
ian, aud the tliutier thereon, under
the provlaious of the act of June 3,
1878, and acts amendatory, known 111
the " Timber and btone Law', ateuch
value aa might be fixed by appraise
ment, aud that pursuant to such ap
plication, the land and timber there
on have been appraised 14-18. C2 the
timber estimated 340,000 board feet
at $1.00 per M. and the land llOH.t.2;
that said applicant will offer final
proof In support of bis application
and sworn statement on the 25th day
of July 1913, before Register and Re.
ceiver, United States Land Ofllce, at
Any per sou ta at lltierty to protest
this purchase before ecitry, or initiate
a contest at auy time before patent
issues, by tiling a corroborated affi
davit In this offlcealleging facts which
would defeat the entry.
A. W. ORTON. Register.
BEGINS i' forty-fifth school yeai
6CPTCMBCSJ IS. 113.
DEGREE COURSES n manyphasesof
AOKICULTUSC. CNaiNCCSilNQ. HOMt
economics. minino. fosicatnv. com
TWO-YEAR COURSES In Aaaicut-
fURC, HOMC COONOMICa. MKCHANIC
ARTS. FORISTRV, COMMIRCK, PHARMACY
TEACHER'S COURSES In manual
training, agriculture, domestic science
MUSIC, Including piano, string, band
instruments and voice culture.
A BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET entitled
"THg Kneichvibnt of Rural Lirg"
and a Cataxoods) will be mailed free
Address II. M. TknnanT, Registrar,
(tw-MitoM) Corvallis, Oregon.
If vou look at tha ordinary country
road after a shower you will are small
puddlei along the wheel ruts and tome
times larger pools. This water stayt
on the road surface because it cannot
drain awsy into the side ditches. If
you look closely you will see side
ditches which have grown up with
bushes and weeds in many cases, and
which are ao far from the traveled
part of the toad that tha rain water
does not drain Into them. That part
of the roadway wbera the wagons
tiavel Is called the traveled way. To
prevent water from standing on the
traveled way the road should be raised
in the center and should slope gently
Into broad shallow ditchex. It is then
aid to have a crown. If it is 10 feet
from the center of the road to In .lie
uitch, the iurface at the siue ditch
shouid be at least 10 inches lower than
litis at the center wnere the horrta
travel. The road then bus a lu-i ch
crown. Thu rain that falls on a road
prop. dy crowned will run quickly to
the M e and not soak into the surface
or form pools, ine side ditchca for
rurfacu water should run paraliil to
tt.'i right of way, and ahould be open
at every luw point so that the water
can ru:i oiit of them into neighboring
brook or , streams. If the ditches
merely collect the water from thwoad
1 iiurface and it can not run away, large
1 rii.jtiM ujlll Iim Inrmad alnrtcv thm marl
side, which will gradually soak into
the soil beneath the road and make it
so soft that the wheels of wagons will
rot ttuoogn the road surface und soon
Sometimes water runs from, land
along the road into the road a' d forma
a little stream down the wheel tracks
or lu the middle where the horses
travel -When driveways into farm
yards are built across the fide ditches
the; frvquen tly form cliunaeli for
water from the farm yard to run into
the rua 1. The pipes under driveways
become tilled with leaves or rubbish
and the water can no longer run away.
If thu driveways that atop the ditch
water were rebuilt so that no pipes
were necessary and the ditch could be
left open, much trouble from aufrace
water would be stopped.
Sometimes roads run acrosa low
ground or through a swamp where the
road can not be drained by side ditches
alone. If the road were built higher
like a railroad embankment acrosa such
low land and maie with a crown, it
would be dry and bard. Sometimes a
road passes through what is called a
cut. This is a plaoe where the earth
has been dug out so that tha road can
go over a hill without being too ateep.
The water which always flows quietly
under tbe ground on hill aides is known
as ground water. In road cuts such
water sometimes makes the road very
muddy, snu the road then needs what
road uuilders call under drainage. A
good kind of underdrainage is a trench
to go along under the aide drain and
about 3 feet deep and a foot and a half
wide. In this trench a pipe ia laid
near the bottom and covered with loose
atones no bigger than an egg. When
the trench is completely filled with
loose stones tne gruund water, instead
of .'"sking into the roadway, will stop
among the atones and flow down
through the pipe.
'lo keep a road smooth and crowned
the neat method is to drag it with a
road drag. A road drag is made easily
with two halves of a log which baa
been split. The log ahould. be about
6 or 8 inches in thickness and about 6
or 8 feet long. The two halves of the
log are set 3 feet apart with the smooth
face forward and upright. They are
then fastened together with braces set
In holea bored through tha log. A pair
of horsts may be used to drag the road
and are hitched to a chain fastened to
the front half of the log. The road
drag should move forward so that it
slants across tha rosd in auch a way
that a small amount of earth will elide
past the smooth face of the log toward
the center of the road, thua forming
the crown. The edges of the logs ill
smooth out the ruta. The best way to
drag ia to begin at the aide ditch and
go up one aide of the road, and then
down the other. In the next trip tbe
drag ahould be started a little nearer
the center and the last trip over the
read the drag may work close to the
oenter itself. Small ridgea of earth
will be thrown in the horse track and
smeared by the round aide of tbe log
smoothly over the road. The smearing
of the earth by the drag is called
"puddling" and It tenda to make the
surface of tbe road smooth and water
tight alter the sun comes out. Tbe
road is always dragged after it bas
rained and not when it la dry. A good
strong pair of horses wltb a well built
drag can drag about 3 or 4 miles of
road in one day, and it ia the best way
to maintain good roads. In every
county some farmer along each 4 miles
of road ahould own a drag and drag
the road when it rains. He would
always find the road In good condition
when he goes to market.
Owing to the fact that many rural
schools were closed at the time when
the prize maintenance essay waa an
nounced by Director Logan Waller
FOR THE FARMER
A long suffering and overcharged
publl'' Is now getting considerable
chunk of Nnrlafnctlon out of tbe fai l
that the exfireaa compniilin of the
?onntry lime got some competition In
the nliape of the parcel pout and will
henceforth have lo come acroae with
1 chen ht rules and more prompt aervlee
If they xNct to hold their own In Hie
' parkin; carrying business.
i Themiinll bird, thai eud their ln
I ter lu the northern portion of the
1 United 8 tale ahould rerelv the en
courKeiiif nt of n little grain wattered
for tbeili. and wane plerex of tn-t or
Other merit crp ahoulil Im put out
! where the aliow will not cover them
A good deal of pleiituie during Hie win
ter month may la- got by niitilmu
the birds during their regular vlaila ii.
thi'Mf feeding plaiea.
Tree ale xpiikeii of a Keltic-.; ri-a-by
Hie exert forester lie menu !
f'llt t tut t tliev inve nrrivi-d 111 an ave
when (he) ate a! i Ic-lr Inn Itiium villi
and tvheii the pna-e- of jrro'Vlli It
nlow tint! ll h.irdly more III. 111 olT-ei-l!ig
Itillneii ex tending to dlsinterati".!
Wla-ii Hi-ex arrive at ton h an ne tlx';,
nhoiilil he removed to make room foi
y0111u.fr tiei-M that may la- growing or
lultht te ttiown lu their Kte.id
We wonder what kind of au effect it
would have upon railroad accident if
laws were punned In the several xt:iti-
which would put In tbe category of
mniixlaughter the death of pusHengers
in railroad accident resulting from tbe
i-areleHsuea or indifference of truln
men und boldlug equally reapoiiHibte
for murder the official of steel mills
that allow defective rails to leave their
shop It la a fair assumption tbnt if
law of this kind were passed there
would he a noticeable decresae in rail
It ia well to keep in mind In con
uectlon with the new parcel poat sys
len. which became effective -luu 1.
tli.it Heed, cutting, bulbs, roots.
Mi-font and plants may be curried in
the pat-eel po.tt mull under regulations
an to il.e and weight prescritied for
other merchandise, but at tbe former
rate of 1 cent for two ounces or frac
tion thereof, regardless of distance.
All other merchandise muat be carried
by parcel post, aud for this purpose
speclul Htituips buve been printed. Ac
cordiiiK to i nut ructions from tbe post
uflice department, parcels bearing ordi
nary letier postage will be considered
hh "held for postage" and not inaiiuble
until the Kecial parcel post stamps
have been utilxed.
Householders as wel) as Janitors ut
public buildings, and what ia said re
fer to the former even more than the
latter, would confer a great service to
those who gather aa their guests if
they would take pains to see that their
bouses are not overheated on aucb oc
casions. This "stoking up" of furnace
or stove is without doubt done with
the best of Intentions, but it is at great
risk to one's guests, who are vastly
more In dauger of colds or pneumouis
as a result of overheating than they
are because of low temperature which
may prevail ut the time of their ar
rival. The temperature should not res
Itter uhove 70 degrees F., and if It is
iu. degrees there is far less danger than
ir lr is 7 or SO degrees, as is too often
1 he ease
The writer would not unduly luOu
etice any yoiiug fellow from following
a uiercuulile career, but be somehow
has tbe Idea pretty well fixed tbat tbe
tin 111 lad who gives up tbe chance to
take up seteiitiQc farming on the old
home plai-e for tbe easier work to be
lotiud in a city clerkship, with an
iuht or teu dollar salary. Is making a
pretty koI sized mistake. True, he
an keep bis hands softer and whiter
i.i ldnd tbe counter, but be will earn
mi a great deal above expenses. One
young fellow who comes to the writer's
mind decided a dozen or more years
huo that staying on the farm or get
ting on the farm was the better prop
osition. Today be has title to more
llmu 400 acres of land. Others who
stayed In town and dillydallied bad the
tame opportunity aa be, but are still
alcddlng along on tbe bare ground.
The situation above outlined is one
that every young man wbo Is making
Maun for the future may well take
Page of tbe Office of Public Roads, it
has been decided to extend the limit
for receiving the essays to October 15,
1913. In addition to tbe gold medal
given as first prise, two silver medala
will be given as second and third
prixei. If a child who has submitted
one essay previous to the issue of thia
notice should oare to try again, be ia
at liberty to do so, but be must be a
pupil of a rural school. There ia aome
misunderstanding in regard to tbe sub
ject of the essay. The idea ia to aet
the children thinking how to better
their earth roads with the material
they have at hand.
Tha Oregon Cal
ifornia and Nevada
Live Stock Poteo
Mod Aitooiaton, ol
which tha under
signed la a mem bar
will rit li.suo uo
raward for rldouoa
leading to (he r
runt aud conviction
ol any pariy or par
oaltiaor mules b
loUKtugtoauy of lu
Ia addition to the abova, ma underslmed
oSara on tha aama oondltion fMO.OO for all bora
aa branded horao-ahoe bar ou both or either
law. Brand rooorJod In eight counties. Rang
Barns, Lake and Crook oouutloa. Boraus
ventaa whan aold.
None bat frown homes aold, and only In large
Oahcbet W.W.Usowm. rite. Oregon.
v Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Titles
ftUMIahed ISM ukirw . o-
ARTHUR W. ORTON
All Practice Except U. a
Land Office Dualneaa.
L F I'onu
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
or rut.-it fcoHtt.
J D. VENATOK
Attorney at Law,
or-"' , Dir Rmaiios.
V LAIR THOMPHOU
Attorney at Law
'thru on 3rd Floor Heryford Hbtg.
im. A. IICVINO ItUSSKLL
Fhraieimi and Hnrseon
Sii.wlcr & Iteytiolda Irng Store
PHOKi orrir. Main
" ItnMnirr 77S
J. L. LYON 0
No. 343 Heryford Bldg., Lakeview, Ore.
READ MY PRICES ON
Gold Crowni $ 7.00
Amalgam Fillings , 1 .00
Porcelain Fillings 1.50
All work guaranteed
THEN PLEASE COMPARE
I want you to. I use every
known method and appliance
to make it painless for you.
That is my greatest advertise
ment and why I'm busy.
DR. W. HAYDEN F1SK
337-339 Heryford Bldg.
How to Keep a
That is what every mother of a
growing boy is anxious to know.
We offer the solution to this
problem. It is one of the very
few absolutely sure way of
making a happy, manly boy.
Pot Mm Into OTermfla and
let hira lira outdoors ery
aibl moment of hie life.
to move for
8: iSS: Get Him
The best that are made. Con
structed for comfort and long
wear. Saves the good clothes.
The boy always looks neat and
trim. Ask your dealer for Two
Horse Brand Overalls. Take
Made and Guaranteed by
Levi Strauss & Co.
Six hundred Lincoln
Buck Lambs, first of Sep
For particulars in
quire Pyramid Laud &
Stock Co., Reno, Nevada
.afaW.. Vvi m 1 17
Kidney Troubles Attack Lake
view Men and Women,
Old and Young
Kidney ills aelzs young and old.
Often come with little warning.
Children suffer In their earlier years
Can't control tbe kidney secretion.
Girls are languid, nervona, naffer
Women worry and can't do daily
Men have lime and aching backs.
If yon have any form of kidney ilia
Yo'i must reach tbe cause the kid
neys. Dnan'e Kidney Pills are fcr weak
The following testimonial proves
A. B. Scofleld, Ashland, Ore., says:
"It gives me pleasure to eudorne
Doan's Kidney Tills. They brongbt
nie great relief from a severe attack
of kidney complaint and I am now
entirely free from the trouble. Doan'e
Kidney Pills can be relied opon to re
move backache and difficulty with tbe
tor sale by all dealers: Price 60
cent. Foster-Milburo Co.. Buffalo.
N. Y., sole ageots for the United
Remember tbe name Doan's and
take no other.
frealdent Wood row Wllaosj
Vice President Thomaa R Maraha.ll
Secretary of State William J Brvma
secretary 01 Treasury William i MeAdoo
Hecretarrof Yar Lindler Si Gajrlaoa
Attorney Ueoeral Jtmea C McKeynolda
Pot mazier General Albert 8 Borkeaon
Secretary of Navy JaaeDhua Daniel
M-creiary of Interior Franklin K Lane
secretary ol Agriculture...... Jvll r Houatoo
becretary of Commerce. ...William C. BedSeM
Secretary of Labor William ll. ilaoa
Interstate Commerce Commiasiotier
lar K Clark
Governor Oswald Waat
secretary ol state Ben W. OlooU
Treasurer Tnoe. B. Kay
Attorney General A. M. Crawford
Bupt. Public Imiructlon L. R. Aldermaa
Printer W. B. Itanlway
Dairy and Food Com ....JobnD.Mfck.la
0. o. Senators c.Jnberl
" Jji. J.Binnott
F. A. Moore
G. H. Burnett
Associate Jcaticea .
(.T. A. licBride
TFTB JUDICIAL DUTalCT.
fudge Henry L. Benaoa "
Attorney.. John Irwta
J tint Senator....
...W. Lair ThoBspaoe
Vernon A Fur boa
"' (Wealey O Baalta
o b. land office. ,
Arthur W. Orion KeciaWr
FroS V Cronemillar Baoeivee
Gilbert D. Brows Buperrtaor
Nelaoa J. BUlinsa Grains; Aaaialanl
Norman Jacobaon Foreat Aaalatant
P. F. Brennan Fceat Clerk
LAKE COUNT V
edge B. Daly
Clerk F.W. Payo
Sheriff w B Bnfder
treasurer F. O. Ahlatrom
Aaaeaaor A. J. Foater
School Bupt. C E. Oil re
Surveyor 8. A. Muabea
Conunlaaioner. J ?;;wla
County 4iock Inspector D. P. M alloy
TOWN OF LA K K V :ltW.
B. E. Rlnehart
Lee Beall )
W. F. Grob t
J. P. Duckworth ,
D. T. GoUail 1
Wrn. Wallace Recorder
A. Bleoe TreaaureT
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH-SUNDAY
School at 10 a. m. Preaehlnf every Sunday al
U a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Epworth Leagua every
lunday evenlnc at :45. Prayer lleeuna Thura
lay at 7:0 p. m. Choir meeting at 8:80 p. m.
adiea' Aid Every Wedneaday at 1 30. p. m
Everybody cordially invited to all service.
B. E. MVERd, Pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKEVIEW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7:30 FV01
1st nd 8rd 8un. bunday School at 10 A M.
iunlor boclety at i:S0 P M. Baptist Voona
Paople'a Union at 6:30 P M on each Sunday,
frayer Meetiug at 7:30 PM Wednaeday eve
sing. Everybody invited to attend all mt
toca. REV. A. F. SIMMONS
CATHOUC CHl'BCH-EVERV SUNDAY MASS
at a:00 and 10 a.m.; Roeery at 7:80 p.m. Maaa
ou woekdajt at 7:U0 a.m. Servioea In tha hew
Church. T. T. KERN, o. J.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LAKE
VIEW, meela in tha Maaonio Hall. Bunday
School at 10:00 A.M. : Morning Service at 11
Evening Service at 7:80. Prayer Meeting oa
Wednadayaat7:!M fM. AU are cordially In
vited. KEV. GEO. A. CRAWFORD. Paator. .
LAKEVIEW EPISCOPAL MISSION Lav
ing Service in tha Hall ol the M Union la the
Koomaof L.C.I.C. (Bunting Building) Center
btreet. every Sunday eveulcg at 7:S0 O'clock.
All are cordially invited.
FItttoT BAP11S1 CHURCH OF HOOSE I.AKI
at New Pine Creek, Orevon. Preaching aar :
vicea at 11 A M aud 7:80 P M of each Bundat
of everv month. Sunday School at 10 A at.
Prayer Service at 7 :80 on WadueaUay eveuiug
al eaeh weed. All are cordially invited to
Atteud the aervleea.
REV. L. X. HENDERSON,
LAKEVIEW LODGE No. 71, A. F. A A. If. Holds
stated meetinea Saturday on or beore lull
moon. March ZL April 10, May 17. Special
meetings upon call, generally Saturday evenv
inge. Vlaillug brethren welcome. John L,
Clark, W. M. ; H.M. Nolle, Bee'y
DEGREE OF HONOR LAKESHORS UilKle
No. 77, D. of H A. O. U. W., Meela ilrt aud
third Thurtdaya of each month in M a-'iuc
Hall: Mary Poal.ColU.) J. Belle Araner, L
ol H. Lora Bnyder C. ol C; Alameda
Brow n, Recorder.
I. O. O. F. LAKEVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F., meets the flrt and third Thurt
day evening! ol each month in Odd Fellow
Hall. Lakeview. D. T. Gwlail, CP., Jt. F.
a o. u. w. lake view lodge no. in
Meets every second and lourlh Tburadav of
each mouth, in Maaonlo Hall, Lakeview.
E. D. Everett. M.W.t Dau Brennan. K.
I. O. O. F LAKEVIEW LODGE, No. 68, I J
O. V., met every Satuiday evening iu Odd
Fellowa hall, al 7:30 o'oliM k, from October I
to April 1, and at S olclock from April t in
September 80. W. P. Drkemao, N. 0.1
O. D. Brown, Secretary
RKBKKAH LODGE LAKEVIEW LODGE, MO
'ii, L O. O. menu the aecond and fourU
Frldaya of eaob mouth in Odd Fallows Hail
Frances Corbell, N. U.l V, D. Moas, boc'y.