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FOIl HALK Mnko Offer-Kit acres
N. K. H Hec. I, T. 87, It. XI Kast
W. M Lake Co Address Hiorkton,
SHI Parallel, Kaunas City. Kai.
11IK lakevlew Abstract Title Do.
la making ssclal prices on Abstracts
to O. V. L. (').' Tracts and Towu
tlqlOHM ANIM lUAttat.
. H.UTLKIl WillVfTHK
Hotel Lakevlew bar. The bestand
purest whisky made, tf
LOOK AT THE NOTICK KOK UK
ward 1 turned by tbe Tvlcphorie
company lor destroying Its prop,
A REWARD of fifty dollar la here
tjf offered for information thai will
NU to tba aires' and conviction of
any pel son who baa stolen wlraa or
othar property, from our Company:
and tba aama raward la hereby offered
for Informal i'io that will lead to tba
arraat and conviction of anyona daa
troy log tba pro pa rty of tba Company.
Secretary Lake Co. TaL TaL Co.
TIM UK It LA NIKS
HOUOIIT AND HOLD.
C. II. WEUUKU, 608 LUMBKI'.
MAN'B IlLIXJ.. FOHTLANO. OH HQ,
NOTICK TO CKEDI TO.vS
In tlin County Court of the 8tate of
Oregon, for the County of Lake.
In the matter of the eetste of llcory
II. linhn, deceaaed.
To all whom It may concern: No
lien la hereby Riven 'that t tit uuiicr
signed line bhn duly appointed Kxe
tutor of the Isai Will uud Tentaiiient
of Henry II. Ilnhn, deceased, ly n
order ol Honorable I). Duly, Judge of
tho County Court of the State ol Or
Ifon, for the. County of Lake, duly made
and entered Id said Court in the
above entitle! matter, on July 7, 1113.
All persona having rlalma against
aid decedent or said estate, sre here
by required to orewut tho same, duly
vended ai.d accompanied with pro
per vouchers an required by law, with
to all months after the first publica
tion of this notice, to aaid executor at
the Law Office of l F. Oonn In the
Town of Lakevlew, Ike County,
Dutrdend first published July 10th
Kxecutor of tho laat Will
and Testament of Henry II.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
(Not Coal Land)
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Lakeview. Oregon,
July 3rd, lUl.'l.
Notice la hereby given that David
Young, of Warner Lake. Inke County,
Oregon, who. on June.'lrd. lOll.insae
liesert Land Kntrv. No 04700, for Lot
3,8 NWJf,Keo.42. and HEJ NKtf,
Section 21. Townahtp 41 South,
Range 23 KaMt Willamette Meridian,
httM tiled notice of Intention to make
Imal Prool. to establish claim to the
land above duHorlbed, before Regimer
and Receiver of the Hulled Btatee
Laud Office, at Lakevlew. Oregon,
on the 12th day ol August, 10KI.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jamea Conlon, John Walla, James
Young and Kdward Young, all ol
Warner Lake, Oregon.
JAK. F. BURGESS, Register.
Form L. D. 231
144ft Lakevlew H.'i Lint No. 00801
Serial No. OtWOl
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION
United States Land OIHce, Lake
view. Oregon, July IN th, 1013.
Notice 1m hereby given ttut the
Northern Pacific Railway Company,
whose post ollice address is St. Paul,
MinneHota. haa this 18th day of July,
1!)13, tiled In thin offlce ita application
to select tinder the provisions of the
act of CoimrenH approved July 1, lSDo
(30 Stat. BU7,ei;0) as extended by the
act ol (JooKeNH approved May 17,
MM, Lots 3 and 4, Hee. 19, Twp. 41
South, 11. 23 Kant, W. M.
Any ami all persons claiming ad
versely the lauds descrllied. or desir
ing to object because of the mineral
rhaiacter of the land, or for any
other reason, to the disposal to appli
cant, ahould file their alliditvtts of pro
teat In this ollice on or before the 18th
day of September, 1013.
JAM. F. BUROESS. Register.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S BALK
BY VIRTUE of an execution on
attachment duly issued by the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of the county of
Lake State of Oregon, dated the 10th
da of July 1013, in a cei tain action
In the Circuit Court for said County
and State wherein Charles Umboch
aa Plaintiff recovered judgment against
W II. McCall, Defendant for the
sum of Four Hundred dollars with
iu teres t at 0 per ceut per aunum from
Auguat 30th 1011. and coats and dis
bursements taxed at Twenty dollars,
on th 31st day of August 1011.
Notice is iereby driven that I will,
on the 23rd day of August 1013, at
tqu front and East side of the Court
House In Lakevlew In said County,
At 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon of aaid
day, sell at publie auctlou to the
highoat bidder for oash, the following
described property, to-wlt:
The South West quarter of the
Southeaat quarter, and the South-
sent (iiiartor of the South went qtiar
ter of Section Thirteen (18) Towoship
Tinny () Hontn llange Fourteen
(14) Vi. W. M. Taken and levied upoo
na the nrnnwrl nf tint an lit W. If
McCall. I)'feii(iaiit or so much there
of as ma Ik newaaiiry to satisfy the
asld judgment la favor of Charles
Urn bach, plaintiff against w. II. Mc
Call, Defendant with Interest thereon.
together with all costs and disburse
ments that have or may secure.
W. B. PNIDBR, Sheriff.
Dated at Lakevlew, Or. July 17,
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon lor I-ake County.
In the matter of the estate )
J. S. Lane, deceased )
Notice Is hereby given that Dora
Lane, admlnlatratrix of the estate of
J. M. Iane, deceased, haa rendered
and filed her final account In said es
tate; that Saturday, September Otb
1913, at the hoor of 10 o'clock A. M.,
of said day at tbe County Court room
In the County Court House in the
town of Lakeview, Lake County.
State of Oregon, has been fixed and
appointed by the Judge of the above
entitled Court as the time and place
of hearing and settling said account
and objections thereto. If any there
lie. All persons bnvlng objections to
said account are hereby notified to
present the same at the time and
place above meuttoiisd.
Date of first publication, Julv 31.
drnlntstratrlx ol the estate of J.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Dent Telephone and
Telegraph Company, a corporation,
will b held in the Flrxt National
Hank Building In tlm town of Lake
view, Oicgon, on August, 8th., 1013,
at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M , for the
purpone of electing a board of di
rectors to serve the c nuing year and
for tbe traoMiicti.'ii of such huaineaa
as insy come tiefore tbe mcelln r.
Dated July 31. 1013
HARRY BAILEY, Secretary.
NOTltE OF SALE OF
Notice ia hereby given thnt the State
Lund Itoard Ol the State of Oregon
will receive araled hiila until 10:00
o'clock A. M.. October 7. 1013 for
tLe following described lands, to-wit:
All of Section 16 T. 38 8. !'.. 21 E.
All of Section 16. T. 37 8. It. 21 E.
All blda inuot be accompanied by a
regularly executed application to pur
chase and check or draft lor at least
one-fifth of the amount of the bid.
Tbe right to reject any and all bids
Applical lona and bids should be ad
dreaaed to G. (i. llrnwn, Clerk State
Land Heard, Salem, Oregon, and
marked "Application and bid to pur
chase state lands."
G. G. BROWN,
Clerk State I,anl Hoard.
Dated Aug. 1. 1013. a 7-t 8
NOTl'.'E TO CREDITORS
In The County Court Of The State
Of Oregon, For The County Of Iake.
In the Matter of the Estate of i
LOFrTUS, Deceased. )
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
CERN : Notice la Hereby Given, that
the undersigned has beendulv appoint
ed Executrix of the Laat Will and
Testament of Christopher Columbus
Lofttua, duceased, by sn order of
Honorable U. Duly, Judge ol the
Couuty Court of the State of Oregon
for tbe County of lake, duly made
and entered in said Court in the above
entitled matter, on July 31st, 1913.
All persons having claims against
aid decedent or said estate, are here
by required to preneot the same, duly
verified and accompanied by proper
vouchers, aa required by law, within
aix months after the date of the first
publication of this notice, to said Ex
ecutrix, at the law ollice of L. F.
Conn, in tho Town of Lakevlew, Lake
Couutv, Oregon. Dated and first pub
lished August 7th, 1013.
EDITH P.. LOFFTUS.
Executrix of the Last Will and Tect
sment of Christ. .phtr Columbus I.off
tua. Deceased. A 7 5 t.
Money To Loan
W. J. SHAVER
Klamath Falls - Oregon
reward I01 arldeuoc
Inaillnar in litm '
. fifj ;ret and conviction
ai.r uarn orDar
cattle or uiulea be
loiitflngtoauy of Ita
.u addition to lb above, tbe underalxned
jderaon (be aauteoundltlou IslO.W lor all bora
M branded borae aboe bar ou both or eltbei
law. brand recorded In elgbt eouuttea. Rauga
Uarner, Lake and Crook oouutlea. Boraea
rented when told.
Nooo but grows homeaaold, and onlrtn larg
oobubea W.VT.jjaow. Kite. Oregon.
At 1 o vrviun. iii
-;ls"U. iforuls and Nevada
srf ' f-lWi Ws H,,",k l'owo-
S'J! ml-. 'lou Aiaoclatou, ol
. VV whlrb Oia under
" i 'J li.l Ivl '& at sued lis mem bar
i ' rvM" win Kn ti.ow.oo
DIRT ROADS BEST
Must Ba Well Drained and
NARROW TIRES RUIN ROADS
On Farm' Wagons 8x Inoh Tirs Would
Ksap Highways Wsll Psoksd snd
Prsvsnt Mud snd Ruts Would Re
I don't suppose that I differ from tbe
other eiirf.;?ers or from expert road
builders, but my Idea of a perfect coun
try mud Is this: A dirt road of easy
ttrndes, well drained, plowed deep,
Krndcd and harrowed and last, but by
110 means I cunt, thoroUKhly and heav
ily rolled. This rolling will make It
solid and hoinoKeneous and prevent
sink holes, says Thomas II. King In
Houthern (iood Itoads.
Theu when It Is opened to tbe pub
lic there Is a road superior to any pave
ment or macadamised surface for six
reasons, which are: This road is
cheaper to build In the first place tbe
material Is "right there." It Is more
easily and cheaply kept In good condi
tion. It Is oasler on horses' feet It Is
pleosauter for light and pleasure trav
el. It Is equal to any road for heavy
work aa long as It remains good. Wide
tires wld csnse It to remain good.
Tbe people the country over have
been very generous to themselves in
sssumlng such a vast amount of bond
ed Indebtedness for tbe purposes of
obtaining good roads.
Naturally tbe general Idea is that tbe
money thus expended will give them
rosds permanently good. But will it
lie so? No rond. however well built,
will tuke cure of Itself with the pres
ent means of trafUc.
Under the unthiuated system of care
tskliiK 11.; w In vogue tbe sad experi
ence of generations teuches us that It
will !e UNi-lfNH to look for any proper
care or attention being given them
when It Is iii-edid.
Neither do I In-Hove the public will
stand for the exense of a gang of
men on the roads In every township
the greater portion of the yi-nr with a
1 , An,
BCILDINQ A DIRT BOAD.
big rtNid tux Itehlnd It. How. then,
will the rouds be kept up? Or will
they finally fade away into the same
old rough, muddy condition we huve
Iteeii used to for so many years?
I wish to suggest a method that will
meet the emergency, and If public
opinion fuvors It we cau have good
ronds at all seasons of the year, and
the coNt of upkeep will be so light
as to lie almost nominal. We should
give atteutiou not to the roadbed it
self, but to the vehicles that travel It.
for In that direction we will find the
remedy against bad rouds.
Take the ordinary farm or lumber
wagon. In constant dally use every
where for hauling loads, heavy and
light It weighs approximately 1.00(1
pounds, or half a ton. The wagon will
itnivoy 11 ton and perhaps at times
more than that; but, as we are dealing
only In generil tonus, sny tho wagon
with u full load will weigh one and a
half tons i:ud It travels on wheels
with a tire tivii'l of two aud one-hall'
Inches. When we come to think of
the number of these farm wngonx
inure or loss loaded, passing and re
passing continually over the public
highways with a tire tread of only
two :uul one half Inches and see their
effect upon the surface wheu the
ground Is softened from frequent ralm
It seems as though hot tor muchlnerv
for cutting up and spoiling a road I mm I
could hardly be devised. While the
roud Is drying out the Injury Is still
going 011 and finally leaves the surface
rough, full of ruts and let me sny
right here that ruts are the worst e'l
emy of rubber tires with freipient
iiiudlioles to go through or around un
til 11 track more or less smooth Is worn
down, ready for the operation to be re
peated at the next rain. This Is no sup
posititious case." but the muddy real
Ity. ns wo nil know, and (hose of us who
have crawled along nt the rate of
Hlmut a mile nn hour through liquid
mud at one season and over tbe rough,
frozen ruts ut another, to our sorrow
and vexation, can testify thut such
trnveliag Is anything but joy riding.
DUST FROM TAR ROADS KILLS
TREES ON HISTORIC DRIVEWAY
French Soisntist Finds That Bitumen
Pavemsnt Is to Ba Preferred.
Unless the present system of tarring
the roadways In the avenues of the
Hols, I'aris, France, is promptly dis
continued there will soon bo no trees
loft at all, according to an announce
ment recently made.
It Is officially stated that slie-e the
roadway has been tarred to minimize
the dust the mnnlHr of dead trees
which have had to le replaced by new
ones has multiplied by four. Moreover,
the young trees which have been pluut
ed urn unable to flourish, owing to the
poisoning of the soil, snd rapidly s-r
Although a grant of $0,000 was re
cently made by parliament for the
planting of new trees in tbe Avenue
du Huls, Ijo Forestler bss not yet
touched the money, asserting that un
til siuie new method is Introduced such
an expenditure would be throwing the
money Into the gutter.
Conditions are tbe same throughout
the more trequented roads, which are
treated with pitch, and there Is a strong
feeling on the part of the public that
no time should be lost in radically
'bunging tbe present method and in
suring that no further damage shall be
done to the vegetation of the historic
In support of bis agitation Le Forest
ler Mlnts out that a commission, ap
pointed some time ago to inquire into
the matter, has already reported that
not only are all the ornamental plants
and flowers seriously affected by the tar
dust strewn on them from the wheels
of passing vehicles, but also that their
leaves first show spots resembling
burns and then drop off.
Among the trees two species, the yew
and the plane, seem to resist tbe effect
a little better than the others, but even
with these final destruction Is only a
mutter of a short time.
The cominlsstou recommends that the
rouds of the Bols be covered with
small puvlng stones or bitumen instead
BETTER ROADS IN MIDWEST.
Michigan Takes Forward Steps South
Yst Far Behind.
States of the east, middle west and
far west are doing the most toward
building good nmds, according to tbe
nn-ortls of the good roads committee
of the American Automobile associa
tion. The prairie and ltocky mountain
states and tbe south are waking up,
but have not accomplished much in
their present legislative sessions. New
York leads all tbe states with her new
$50,000,000 bond issue. Pennsylvania
comes next, with Massachusetts, New
Jersey aud Connecticut following.
Michigan Is tbe leader among the
states of the middle west. Wayne
county. In which Is Detroit, plans to
build soou more of the concrete roads
which have lscii the wonder of the
automobile world In recent years.
Indiana has made the greatest ad
vance of an;, stale lu rescinding a l:iv
will- 1! iti Ve I lie ouildlug of tile very
liot ri i i niHtssiti'e. The old law
li,ni:e.l ''' ! Iiuls of roads that could
l.r'll in wit. iiiacadiUu and gravid,
la . d at t In- l!l:t session of
' 'I-'-, legislature removes this
1 : : t : . . t titi'l i cmiits the building of
.1 y k;ml of roads the sHple may
'l:ooso. The unit of option Is the
eor.uty. us In Michigan.
Illinois and Ohio also nave adopted
progressive good roads leglsluttou this
spriug. Wisconsin. Mlnuesota and
Iowa are moving forward, though not
so rapidly as the central states. Ou
the Pacific coast California has done
wonders, many of the counties voting
the good roads bonds authorized by
the legislature. Washington and Ore
gon, though in a much more primitive
condition, are beginning to follow Cal
ifornia's lead. The south is most
backward of all. Most of the south
ern states have takeu ouly the rudi
mentary steps toward road improve
ment TO EXHIBIT MODEL ROADS.
Government Will Carry Ita Showa to
Arrangements are to be made by the
United States department of agricul
ture, through I.ogau Waller Page, di
rector of the ollice of public roads, to
place on exhibition at the Punnmti-Pa-clfie
exposition In 1015 the greatest col
lection of road models ever displayed
in any part of the world. Tho models
will furnish exact duplicates of the old
Koman roads, French roads aud all
of the various types of miwlern roads,
together with miniature models of j
rond muchlnery opera ted by electricity. '
As a result of the instruction fur
nished by these road models, many
formers have Joined forces to Improve
their own highways, and the road
building movement has Imd a great
Impetus. When application for expert
odvlce concerning nny special road i
problem is made to the department the
office of public roads furnishes It with
out exacting any fees.
Amarioan Road Roller For Guadeloupe.
A steam roller costing about $5,000
was recently Imported from the Unit
ed Ktntes by a Polnte a Pitre mer
chant, reports Consul Frank Andorson
Henry of Guadeloupe, French West
Indies, who also states that a success
ful demonstration was given before a
large crowd The roller will be used
for repairing the public roads and,
the coiikuI adds. Is the first machine of
Its kind to be In. ported into that colony.
HEALTH HINTJOR TODAY.
Rips Bansnas Not Indigestible.
There Is current a notion that
bananas are indigestible. This
Idea grows out of the fact that
few persons know wbeo a bana
na la ripe and ready to be eeten,
while many through ignorance
eat of the fruit before It ba
reached tbe stage of digestible
maturity. The pale or bright yel
low banana la cot ripe and If
eaten at this stage la pretty sure
to give tbe eater the same sort of
discomfort that results from eat
ing green apple or raw tweet
pots too. Bananas are not ripe
and ready for eating until the
akin has become deep yellow or
russet in color. Tbe skin may
tarn practically black before
tbe fruit inside becomes over
ripe. A thoroughly ripe banana
contains about 20 per cent of
wholesome fruit sugars, togeth
er with a small percentage of
protein and much water. Green
bananas, on tbe other band, con
tain about 20 per cent of raw
starch, which is highly Irritating
to the digestive tract and Indi
gestible to a degree. Another
reason why tbe banana la be
lieved to be Indigestible la that
tbe fruit la seldom properly chew
ed, tbe ease with which it may
be poked down tse ttixstt being
too great a temptation to Toting
America and bis elders. No food
Is digestible If swallowed, aa
bananas often are In large
chunks. Bananaa abonld be cut
from tbe bunch to that a protect
ing stem firmly protects the end
of each banana. Thoroughly ripe
banaoas are perfectly digestible,
very nutritions and most wholesome.
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Titles
KaUbllahed ISSS - -
L,. r. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
lAkeTlrw. Ores el
OFFICE- Dalr Balldlnf.
J D. VENATOR
Attorney at Law,
Vans Hatterm SpMbli)
OFFICE Pair Bolldlnc.
Attorney at Law
Office on 3rd Floor Heryford Bldg.
Dlt. J. IltVINO ItUSSELL
Phratetaa and Bnrawoa
Snyder & Reynolds Drug Store
PHONE 1 Office. Main
" Raaideneai 77S
T. L. LYON
No. 343 Heryford Bldg., Lakeview, Ore.
READ MY PRICES ON
Gold Crowns $ 7.00
Amalfam 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 FISK
337-339 Heryford Bldg.
A OOOD INVESTMENT
W. D. Msgli, a we; known mer
chant of Whiteniound. Wis., bought
a stock of Cbainlierlniu's medicine so
as to lie able to supply thi-m to his
customers. After receiving them he
was himeelf taken sick and says that
oue small liottlc of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrehoea Rem
edy was worth more to bim than the
coat of his entire stock of these
medicines. For sale by all dealers.
WANTED AT ONCE
Hiht experienced men to
work arountl sawmill on
Drews Creek, (iood wages
to those who will earn it.
S. C. Camphell, Supt.
Stat nf Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, aa,
frank J. t'huey oinkt-i oath tbat he I" eeut.
lwrtuvr or tbe Srin of K. J. Cheney A Co., do
ing bulma in tue City of Toledo, County aud
Stale aftirt-aald. and tliaf aaid arm will pay
tbe aura of (INK HUNDRKU DULX.AHS for
earn aud every -aae of Catarrh that eauuot be
cured by the uae of liall'a Catarrh Cure.
FRANK t. CHENEY.
Sworn to bp fore me and snbecrlbed In my
preeue, this tilh day ot IMKttMuber, A. D., lSbd,
Seal, ' A. W. GLEASON.
Rali'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and
acta dlrtwily uoon tbe bloud and um-oua eur
fv vt the system. tf??d for teatuuonlala,
r"' F. J. CHENEY A CO., Totedo. a
Said If alt DrusflaU, TSe.
Take Ball's rauLly rtlla for constipation.
Keep The Kidneys Well
Health Is Worth Saving, and
Some Lakeview People Know
How to Save It.
Man Lakeview people take their
lives In their bands by neglecting the
kidneys when they know these organs
need belp. Weak kidneys are responsi
ble for a vast amount of suffering and
111 health, bat there Is no need to sof
ter dot remain in danger. Use Doan'a
Kidney Pills a remedy that has
helped thonsands rf kidney sufferers.
The following statement leaves on
ground for doubt. N. Marchand.
Warden Ave.. Klamath Falls, Oregon,
ays: "Borne time ago I first no
ticed symptoms of kidney trouble.
Mj bsck pained me Intensely and I
was obliged to arise many times at
night, owing to too frequent passages
of tbe kidney secretions. Often my
back was so weak I bad to qnlt work.
Uoan's Kidney Pills were finally
brought to my attention and I began
nslng them. They restored my kid
neys to a normsl condition, stopping
tbe pains In my back. I give Iioan's
Kidney Pills credit for my core and
highly recommend them to other kid
ney sufferers. "
For sale by sll dealers. Price 60
cents. Koster-Milbarn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole sgeata for the United
Remember the name Doan'a and
take do other.
rf,t"'n , Woodrow Wllaon
Vice PreeMent Thomaa R Mars bail
BeereUr of Stat William J Brraa
Secretary ot Treasury William O sfcAdoo
Secretary of ar Llndler M Gerrlaoa
Attorney OeneraJ Jajne. C IfcReynoMa
Poe'.maaier General Albert S Bnrieeon
HMl.n W U... 1 v .. i.
Secretary of Interior Franklin K Lano
.iinwiai, 1SBTH1 r uoniuia
Secretary of Com mere.... William C. Kedflald
Secretary of Labor..: William B. Wllaon
interna le Cob mere -Comiaiauoner
dar K Claxk
fovemor Oswald Wast
Secretary of State.... Ben W.Otcott
Treaanrer. Tho. B. Kay
A ttorney General A. at. Crawford
Sunt. Public Inatmcuoa I .E. Alderman
Printer..... w. 8. Dunlway
Dairy and Pood Cum JohnD.MIckle
(7, 8. Senators i. Chamberlain
" H arry Laue
'Jonrreaemen ! v,iC,d?'w!7
Chief Justice p. A. Moors
VT. A. HcBride
SISTSl JUDICIAL DISTBin.
.Henry L. Bnuon
Joint Senator. .' W. Lair Thorn peon
Vernon A forbas
(Wealey p Bmlta
O S. LAND OPPICK.
arthor W. orton Regieter
PreS P CronemlUer Receiver
.. POBJtST OPFICX
Gilbert D. Brown 8nperrlaor
Nelaon J. Billing. Grasing Aaalatant
Norman Jacofaaoa Porest Aaalatant
P. P. Brennan F great Clerk
I lift aTaTf VP V
'odge B. Daly
County " Inaoactor
W B snider
P. O. Ahlatrom
A. 1 , Foater
C K. Oliver
P. A. Uoehea
IP. E. Anderaon
T. B. WaAefleid
TOWN OP LAKEVIXW.
P.. K. Klnehart
Lee Beall (
W. P. Grob
i. P. Duckworth j
D. T. Godall I
W'm. Wallace Recorder
A. Blenrr ..Treaanrer
PIKST METHODIST CHCBCH SUNDAY
tcnool at 10 a.m. Preaching every bunday at
. a. m. aud 7:80 p. m. Kpworth Leaau every
nnday evening at:e&. Prayer Mei tinii Tbura
layat 7:30p.m. Choir meeting at 8:) p. m.
adiea' Aid Every Wi-dneaday at l:Np. ni
verybody cordially Invited to all aervicea.
k. K. MYERS. Paator
I(4T BAPTIST CHURCH OP LAKEVIEW
1 reaching service at II A M and 1:i) M on
at ndSrdSun. Sunday School at 10 A M.
. unior Society at S:S0 P M. BaptiM Yonng
"enple'a Uuioa att:SOPMoo each runnay.
rarer Meeting at 7:80 PM Wednesday eva-
leg. Everybody invited to aileinl all ker--a.
REV. A P.8IMMOK8
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVERY SUNDAY MASS
at 8:00 and 10a.m.; Roaery at 7:80 p.m. Maaa
on weekdays at 7 :00 a.m. Service In the New
Church. T. T. KERN, S.J.
PIRfT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OP LAKE
VIEW, meets in tho Maaonlo Hall. Sunday
School at 10:00 A.M.: Morning Service at 11:00
Evening Service at 7:30. l'rayer Meetlns
WeduMlKV". at 7:80 P.M. All are cordially in
vited. REV. UKO. A. CRAWFORD, Paalor.
LAKEVIEW EPlHCOhl. MISSION Lay Read
lux Servicea In the Hall ol the Miayion in toe
Ruomaol L.C.I.C. (Bunting Building) Center
Street, every Sunday evening at 7:80 O'clock.
All are cordially invited.
FIRST B A MIST CHURCH OP GOOHK Mil
at New fine JrM, Urcaon. Preaching aer
fioea at 11 A M aud 7:80 P M ot each Sunda
I everv uioulh. Suuday (school at 10 A M.
Prayer Service at 7:80 ou Wsdneaday evening
I each weed. All are cordially Invited to
itteud I be eervitx k
REV. UK. HENDERSON,
LAKEVIEW LODGE No. 71, A. F. A A. M. Hold
I a ted meelin.e Saturdav on or before full
moon. March 22. April 19. May 17. Special
meetiDge upon call, generally Saturday even
Inge. Vlaiilng brethren welcome. John L.
Clark, W. M. ; H.M Nolle, Seo'y
DEGREE OP HONOR LA KESHORK LClxiK
No. 77, D. of H., A. O. U. W Meeta .ir.l and
third Tfauradaya of each month hi M aonle
Hall: Mary Poal, 0. ol H.j J. Bella Anner, L
ol H.t Lora Snyder C. ol C,; Alameda
I. O. O. P.-LAKEVIKW ENCAMPMENT NO. I
I. O. O. P., meeta the Aral aud third Tbura
lay eveninga of each month In Odd Fellowa
Hall, Lakevlew. D. T. Godall, CP., K.P,
A O. C. W.-LAKKVIKW LODGE NO. Ul.
Meeta every second and fourth Tburedav ol
each month, in Maennlc H.U, Lakevlew.
E. D. Everett, M.W.t Dan Breunan, R,
I. O. O. P' LAKEVIEW LODGE, No. 68, I u.
O. P meeta every Saturday evening Ocl t
Fellowa Hall, at 7:80 o'clock, from Ootoner 1
to April Land at S olulock from Asn' t "
September 80. Ralph K. Kooier, N. G.j K, H ,
RKBKKAII LODGE LAKEVIEW LODGE, NO
ft, 1. 0. O. P., meet, the aecond and fouitb
Prldayaol eaoh mouth In Odd Fellow Hall
Frauuoe Corbetl, N, G.l M. Moaa, bec'y.