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A Want Ad In Tho Lako County Examiner
Repeated a few times, if necessary, will find n customer
for that property of yours. They are scanned closely
by intending buyers, and the cost is nominal 5 cents
the line for each insertion. Special long-time rates.
rOH MA LID'
OH HAI.K. Lot 27, block 10 t , V. L.
Add ; also tract s.l.BtM!. H3, tp 80,
ItatiK 18, 10 ncren, $37. M) paid oo
additional wstor rlnht. Uwar f.
Dsnlelsoa, Box 373, Malm, Fla. , it
THK Lakevlew A tin tract Y Title Co.
la making special nrttm on Abstracts
to O. V. L. Co. 'a Tracta and Town
I. II. CL'TLEIt WIIIHKY AT THK
1 1 otel lakvl w bar. The boat and
tiurvNit whisky mad, tf
LOOK ATTIIK NOTICE KOK UK
ward Issutsd by the lYIt'phoiie
Company for destroying It prop
A REWARD or Hfty dollars U bara
by ofrarad for Intormstlon that will
laad to tba aires' and conviction of
any person who haa stolen wires or
other property, from our Company:
aod tba aame reward U hereby ottered
or Informeti'm that will lead to tbe
arrest and wnvlotlon of anyoua des
troying the property of tbe Company.
Secretary Lake, Co. Tel. k TeL Co.
Tl M MICH MWUM
DOUQHT AND HOLD.
C. H. WEBBER, 80S LUMBER
MAN'8 ISLDO., POUTLAND. OREO.
NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATORS
HALE OF REAL EfTATE
In tho County Court of the Mate
of Oregon (or the County of Luke.
In the rauttcr of tho estate
Mary K. Klmwy, ifctriiHd
Notice la br'by glvn Unit under
ami pursuant to an order of Hide duly
maili li lid eflUTt) In the alov eu
tulod matter liv the atov rotltled
Court on the 'A'ld day of iHfcemlH'r,
1012, llcenidtiK, nuthorUlnir. mpow
erlnjj and dirvctinjc K. F. Cheney a
administrator of tbe estate uf Mary
K. Kltnscy, deeeajed, to aril at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, the
real property hereinafter described,
the underntKned will on the lut day
ol November, 1613, at 'en o'clock In
the forenoon of aald day, sell at pub
lic auction to tbe highest and best
bidder, at tbe place hereinafter net
forth end upon tbe terms hereinafter
act foith, aud subject to confirmation
of aale hy the aald Court, all the
riabt, title, Interest, and aetata which
the above named decedent bad at
the time of her death, and aUo whioh
be may have acquired since her
ber death In and to the following de
ecrtbed real proerty, to-wlt: LoU
three and four in Block five In Town
ot Lakevlew, Oreuron, and E of
NWand HJiof NKNec. 8 Twp. 37
8. R. 21 E. W. M., Lake County,
Oregon. Lot 3 and 4 In Mock 6 in
Town of Lakevlew, Orejjon. will be
old in a eeparate parcel, and li of
HWV and of N KI4 of Sec. 8 Twp.
37 B. U. 21 K. W. M.. will be sold In
a separate parct'1. That all ot said
real properly shall Iw sold for csah In
hand and shall be fold on the prem
ises described ua Lot 3 In lilock 6 In
Town of Lakevlew, Oregon. Dated
at Jjakevlew, OreuroD, this 25th day
of September, 1LH-1
E. F. CHKNEY.
Administrator of the estate of Mary
E. Kim soy, decoded. Oct. 2-t6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
STATE OF OREOON FOR LAKE
The (loose Lake Valley Irrigation
Company, a corporation, Plaintiff,
Hewitt Land Company, a corpora
EMINENT DOMAIN. SUMMONS.
To Hewitt. Land Company, a cor
poration, the above-named defendaut:
In the name ot the Statu of Oregon,
you are bereoy required to appear
and aiiRwer tim complaint of p alutlff
on hie In the ubove entitled rourt and
rniiHH, within Mix weeks from the
date of first publication of thin Suin
iiioiih, which date Ih hereinafter nut
fort ti, and you are nolihed thet If
you fall to ho appear plaintiff will
applj to tho cuurt to duterinlne the
amount ol coinpeiiHatlou to be paid
for a canal ami tlutne rllit of way,
described in plaintiff's complaint,
across the following described land:
The northwest quarter ot the north
west quarter of Section One, township
forty-one, south, rstige eljihtneu, east
of the Willamette Meridian, in Lake
County, Oregon; and for Judgment
authorizing plaintiff to appropriate
said lands upon paytneut of s,ld com
pensation. By order of the Honorable Henry
L. Benson, Judge of the circuit Court
ol tbe State of Oregon for Lake
County. Oregon, made on tbe 14th
day of October, 1013, this summon!
la served upon you by publication
thereof at least once each week for
six consecutive and successive weeki
In tbe Lake County Examiner, a
newspaper of general circulation In
Lake County, published In Lakevlew,
Lake County, Oregon.
Tbe data of the first publication of
this summons Is the 16th day of Oct
W, LAI It THOMPSON.
Attorney of Plaintiff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Not Coal Lands
Department of tbe Inteiior, U. H.
Laud Office at Lakevlew, Oregou.
October 4. 1018.
Notice la hereby given that Martin
J. Banders, of Lakevlew, Onsen,
wbo, on September loth, 1000, made
Hommttead Kotry, No 02473, for Lots
6, 8, 7. 8eo. 28 and WJ 8WW, Section
27. Township 40 S, Range 1 E. Will
amette Meridian, has tiled notice of
Intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, U-fore t he Rg
ltr and Receiver at tho U.S. Land
Olllce, at Lakevlew, Oregon, on the
16th day of Novemlier, Itflft.
Claimant names si witnesses : A. P.
Kooser, V. M. Jerome. L. A. Carrlker
O. K. Wood, all of Iakeview, Oregon.
JAM. P. BUROE88. Reciter.
NOTICE FDR PUBLICATION
Not Coal Lands.
Department of th Interior. U. 8.
Land Ofllee et Lskevlew, Oregon
October 28. 1013.
Notice Is hereby given that Rlirr
wood O. Oxborrow, ol Hood River.
Oregon, who, on Novemler in. 1(K7,
made Desert Land Entry No. 713,
Serial, No. 0(1(14, for K SE, Hec. 24-. T
84. H. R 24 K. and Uosurveyed W
HWJj, faction 19, Township 84 H, Rsnge
2fi K. Willamette Meridian, bss filed
notice of Intention to make Final
Proof, 'to establish claim to the land
above described, before the RosMer
and Receiver of U. B. Land Office,
st Lakevlew, Oregon, on tbe 29th
day of November, 1918.
Claimant nsmss as witnesses:
Andrew Anderson, of Plush, Oregon.
Klsear A. Pelletlcr, of
James H. Tnrpen, of " "
Pat Angland, of Lakevlew, Oregon.
J AS. F. I1UROES8, Register.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
KTATE OF ORKOON FOR LAKE
The Goose Lake Valley Irrigation
Company, a corporation, Plaintiff,
Hewitt Land Company, a corpora
tion, and Ilarry A. Hunter, Defend
ants. EMINENT DOMAIN. SUMMON8.
To HealttLand Company, a cor
poration, and Harry A. Hunter, tbe
IN THE NAME OF TOE 8TATE
OF OREGON, you are herehy requir
ed to appear and answer the com
plaint of plaintiff, on file In the above
entitled court and cause, within six
weeks from the date of tbe first pub
lication of this summons, which date
it hereinafter set forth, and you are
notified that If you fail to so appear
and snswer, plaintiff will apply to tbe
court to determine the amount of
compensation to bepatdfort.be csnal
and flume right ot way described tn
fdalntiff's complaint, across the fol
owtng described lands: Tbe Sooth
west quarter ot Section Seven,
township forty-one, south, range
nineteen, enst of tbe Willamette Mer
idian, in Lake County. State ef Ore
gon. By order of the Honorable Henry
L. Benson, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the State of Ore iron for Lake
County, made on the 23rd day of
October, 1013, this summons is served
upon you by publication thereof at
leant once week for sis consecutive
and succesidve weeks in the Lake
County Examiner, a newspaper ol
general circulation In Lnke County,
Oregon, published tn Lakevlew, Lake
Tbe dste of the first publication of
this summons Is October 30, 1013.
W. LAIR THOMPSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
SIOOO Dollars Reward
We, W. F. Detert aad W. D. Duke,
own all tbe cattle branded 70 or
XL and formerly owned by Cox &
Clark and tbe Heryford Land &
Cattle Company. These cattle are
now on tht range 01 Modoc and
Lassen Counties. For Information
leading to the ai reit and conviction
of any party or parties Illegally
brsndlug, killing, driving oft or dis
posing of any of the above cattle
we will pay ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS and the costs of arrest and
prosecution. Send all Information
to E II. Day, Alturas, Modoc county
Cal., or to us at Latrobe, El Dorado
County, Cal. If guilty psrty might es
cape, promptly notify the Sheriff ol
the county In which the Illegal act
was committed ami advlso ns by
wire ut our expense.
W. F. DETERT,
W. D. DUKE.
Notice of Lease of State
Tbe State Land Board desiring to
lease all unsold school section! (16 and
39) will receive offers tor same up to
December 22, 1013. Leases will be
made for a term of one year, subject
to cancellation tn event of aale of land.
Remittance to cover annual rental
must accompany offer.
O. O. BROWN,
Clerk State Laud Board.
November I, 1013. N0-t4
All persona wbo are Indebted to tbe
Partnership business of Ahlstrom &
Gunther (S. F. Ahlstrom deceased)
are hereby notified to make settle
ment ot their Indebtedness during
this month of November.
WM. GUNTHER A F. M. MILLER,
LAKEVIEW IS ON
8amuel Hill Decides On
Road To De Built Across
Concerning the trip of Samuel Hill
and psrty through Csntrsl Oregon
recently, the Crook County Jonrnsl
contained the following article. In
connection with tba Uighwsy coming
to Lakevlew, the Exsmlner bed the
same Information, but wss withheld,
considering thst nothing should be
advanced regarding tbe report that
Mr. Hill would make on the propoied
Tbe Journal s:ys:
Ssmtitl Hill, tbe world-famous good
roada man of Marvhill, Washington,
sccomptnied by Messrs. Lock ley and
Johnron of the Portland Journal, were
in Prinevllla Monday night. Tbase
gentlemen bsva just completed a tour
through Central Oregon for tbe pur
pots of viewing out sn sutomoblle
rosd which will .connect with rosds in
California and Wsshintgon thst will
give an all the year sround rosd for
suto tourists from Southern Califor
nia to the Cansdisn line.
Tht y were rflad to report thst they
hsd been successful. Tbe proposed
rosd ssrts at Biggs, coming op tbrougb
Wasco and along tbe backbone of tbe
divide between the Deschutes and tbe
John Dsy rivers of Shsniko, down
Antelope csnyon, tbrougb Trout crsek
snd Hsy creek, up Mod Springs canyon
to J.amonta. thns avoiding Griixly
mountain to Prineville, thence south
psst Millicsn over tbe desert to Lske
vlew. No pert vf this proposed road will
bsve over a 6 per cent grade and can
be built at a less expense than any
through route in any other psrt of
the ststs. Rosds alresdy exist along
this route wbich can be pat in shspe
for use st a very little expense until
such a time as a permanent road can
te built. The obiect is to make this
an Internstionsl highway and hsve It
built under tbe supervision of the
Oregon Commission. Connection csn
be hsd temporarily by ferry with the
Wssbington road and eventually it is
the plsn to tridge the Columbia from
Biggs to Columbus. At Biggs slso
this rosd will connect with the rosd
which is being built up the Columoia
Mr. Hill bss made a study of the
sir currents slong the Paoifio coast
and has demonstrsted to bis own sat
iifaotlon that tbe rather equitable
cllmste of the region directly east of
the Csscades is due to tbe air currents
from the oeesn which reseh us through
three bresks in thst mountain chain,
the one to tbe north being tbrougb tbe
csnyon of the Prater river In Canada,
tbe next being tbrougb the Colombia
river canyon and the one to tbe sooth
being through toe csnyon of tbe Klam
ath river. These air currents spread out
gradually to the north and aouth with
out meeting with any sudden cold such
ss the currents do which strike sgainst
tbe hign mountain tops. Since precip
itation of snow and ram Is caused by
the sudden cooling of .the warm air
currents the mountainous regions
bsve longer winter seasons and the
suto roots from the Willamette valley
to Csilfornia over tbe Siskiyous Is
impssssble from early fall until Msy,
while along the route proposed snow
would be encountered only atout three
months in tbe year.
In his remarks Mr. Hill enumersted
some of tbe benefits which would ac
crue to tbe towns situated along this
road. He estitnstes thst 'during a
year thirty thousand tourist autos
would travel over this road, carrying
sn average losd of five psasengers.
Figuring tbe average expenditure of
each passenger per day to be 84, one
can get something of sn ides of the
smount of money thst would be dis
tributed by tourists along this route
during the yesr. Tourists as a class
srs well-to-do people. If one of them
should see s piece of land in his trsvels
which sppesled to him, he has the
money with which to buy and it is not
unreasonable to expert thst many will
actually stop long to inveat in real
eatste. Ibis road will pay for itself
Mr. Hill is the president of the Guod
Roads Association of North America
which holds a meeting in Philadelphia
next December and he promised tbe
business men of Prineville that if they
would see that the rock and stomp
were cleared from the existing roads
between here and tbe county line
south, he would see that Prineville
was put on the North America Good
Rosd map. Tbe people of Lake County
already having promised to take care
of their end ot tbe road.
There is determined movement for
tbe building of a permanent all-year-round
road betweenSouthern California
and Canada over the shortest route
possible with easy grades and Prine
ville is particolarly favored by nature
in being situated on this route and it
is "up to us" to do all thst we van
to help inlbis movement.
As an evidence that he in esrnest in
this work, Mr. Bill bss bad made a
urvey of tbe road from Biggs to
Wssco at an actusl rout to himself f
$2600 snd bss presented this sury to
the stste of Oregon thst it might be
used as an example of the wsy in
which a permsnent good rnsdi should
be laid out. This road ss surveyed
would Disks the climb op from Biggs
without exceeding at any piece at 5
per cent grsds.
This trip of Mr. Hill and his psrty
through Wsshington and Oregon is
costing them nesrly $1000 and tney
sre not asking thst the people wbo
will be benefitted by their efforts
should reimburse tbem one cent. Tost
tbe Portlsnd Journal and Mr. Hill
think enough of this movement to
mske this eipendltare Is a striking
example tbst tbe people of Prineville
should contribute enough to clesr toe
rocks from our present rosds. This
the business men bsve determined to
FASHIONS OF TODAY.
Blouses That Ars Smart and Wslst
coats That Are Ultra Modish.
T'jcre Is a vant variety of separate
white MouHes this senson. snd It looks
as tliouf(t they were to be at tbe height
of fushion uituln. One kind that Is fa
vored Is mude of a white waxn mate
In sue. which bns a satiny surface. It
Is Immensely broad, more so tbsn you
tnltfht think by mere reading, snd the
pear shaped sleeves fall to the band,
where they end In a point at tbe back.
They make no pretense of fitting tbe
wrist and they are the only kind of
sleeve which Is loose at tbe wrist that
has sny grace.
But after all. It Is not the separate
waists, but tbe bodices for one piece
frocks, that one Is especially Interest-
THE VEST BORROWED FROM StAK'S AP
PAREL. ed In for the moment It la these that
have outgrown all their former dimen
sions. And. by tbe way, many of them
sre separate from tbe skirt because
the latter fastens In tbe back and the
former lu front . A waist tbst fastens
down tbe back, except In a decollete
gown, is most unusual. And In con
nection with waists tbe waistcoat takes
a very prominent place this season.
Tbe models are borrowed from those
worn by tbe mere man. but so modi
fied that it Is not tbe masculine article
by nny menus. Illustrated is one of
these little waistcoats of cherry poplin.
It is worn with a black cloth costume
mid .1 white luce blouse and adds just
the necetiMHi-y color touch to the ensem
ble. Plats To Be Filed
' Notice is hereby given that the plsts
of the following townships will be
officially filed in this office at 9 o'clock
A. M. of December 15, 1913. On and
after tbe said day this office will be
prepared to receive applications for
the entry of lends in said' townships:
Township 25 S. Rsnge 15 E: Township
26 S, Rsnire 16 E, snd frsctionsl Town
ship 27 S, Rsnge 16 E., (Sections 1,
2, 11, 12, 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 86.) ;
Tbe attention of settlers on unsur
veyed Isnds is called to tbe rule, that
their applications for entry most be
filed in tbe local land office within
three months after the dste that the
plsts of survey are officially tiled in
the ssid office, otherwise tbeir prefer
ence right to hie msy be lost. No
applications will however be entertain
ed where filed prior to the dste of the
official filing of tbe township plsts.
Jss. F. Burgees, Register.
Prepare For Examination
Tbe last exsminstion before appoint
ments are made of those who will
attend the 1014 session of tbe Vaca
tion Assembly at Bagnio, tbe Summer
Capital of the Philllpines, as a Iprep
aratlon for their work with the
Buresu of Edocstion, is announced by
the United Ststes Civil Service Com
mission for December 30-81, 1913, in
various cities throughout the United
From tbe eligible list thoie secured
sppointmenU'will be made during the
coming Spring for service In tbe Phil
liplns Islsnds beginning with tbe open
ing of schools next year.
The service requires :
Women for Home Economics.
Men for Agriculture. Manual Train
ing, High School Science, Mathemat
ics, English, History and Supervisnrs
ot Sobool Districts. For information
relative to tbe nature of the service
and the examination, address Bureau
of lnsulsr Affairs, Washington, D. C,
Rumored That Line Will
Build From Lakevlew To
The folliwing railroad gossip Is
tsken from tbe Sscraroento Bee's
"Looking Westward" edition, which
is considered as one of tbe most reli
able special festores published on
The most important of tbe two new
stesro rosds is tbe Fernley and Lassen,
which bss been completed from Fern
ley, . Nev., to Bussnville, Lessen
County, and Is pushing on to Westover,
a new lumbering town that is being
built by tbe Walker Interests of
Minnesota, and which is to bsve a
population of about ,000 in another
yesr or two.
Tbis Is the first railroad to reach
Sussnviile and it is causing a great
change in the affairs of the whole
country, it will do still more gotd,
however, when it is extended on west
wsrd to a connection wltb tbe railroads
of tbe Sscrsmento Valley, giving a
direct, instesd of a roond sboot route
to Sscrsmento and San Frsmiisco.
The route for tbe extension to the
Vslley will bring it to Vine, Tehsma
County, or to Chico, the latter city
having been making strong efforts to
indoca it to make its junction there.
Tbe road is a brancn of tbe Southern
Tbe same road is planned to connect
with other proposed rosds of tbe ssme
company that sre to be built from
Lakevlew, Oregon, through Alturss,
and from Klamath Falls. Ore., south
westerly and southessterly, respect
ively, and to form a jonction at Look
out, Modoc County. Tbia project will
give tbe northeastern counties of Csi
lfornia a much needed system of
railroads and lesd to immense develop
ment of vsst latent resources. It is a
country of great possibilities, but it
remoteness from rsilroads or other
sdeqoste trsneportstion facilities has
prevented its development.
It Is near at band to hundreds of
Don't neglect an aching back.
Backache Is often the kidney's cry
Neglect hurrying to tbe kidney's aid
means that urioary troubles may fol
Or danger ot worse kidney trouble.
Htre's Medford testimony.
August Bets, retired farmer, 824 E.
Main St., Medford, Oregon, aaya: "I
Buffered more or less from kidney
trouble for five years. I got worse as
time passed. Sharp pains darted
through the smsll of my back and
sometimes they were so bad that I
could hardly stoop or straighten. At
nlgbt my back ached so much 1 could
not rest. I was told to try Dean's
Kidney Pills and I did. They checked
the trouble at once and soon drove It
from my system. All I ssid about
Doan's Kidney Pills when I recom
mended tbem before, etlll holds good.
I bave hsd only one slUht sign ot kid
ney complaint since and 'one box of
Doan's Kidney Pills brought me relief
For sale by all dealers. Price 59
cents. Foster-Mllbnrn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Doited
Remember the name Donn's and
take no other.
and long hours of exposure will find
you dry and comfortable if you wear a
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
with the famous Reflex EJsee (pat'd) thai pre.
vent water from ninnins in at the front when
LitwMl Nn wt wmAiker coat eo useful aa a
Slicker. No Slick" o waterproof, durable. or
neat in appearance aa the Fuh Brand Keflex.
Cal ievn today and be prepared for lain.
A. J. TOWER CO. tfJWERly
Towef Cnad;an Limited l1"""' '
Toronto 1112 f25Slft$9
The Oregon. Cat
lforula and Nevada
Live Stock I'oteo
Mod Assoelaton, ot
whioh the under
signed Is a member
win give ii.uw.w
reward loi svideuos
leading to the r
Ireet sad oonvlotlos
o! but party or par
ties alealina horaea,
cattle or mules be
longing to any ot Its
in addition to the above, tbe undersigned
jflers on the aame oondltion S6CO.0S tor all bora
as branded hone-shoe bar on both or either
Sw. Brand reoorded in eight oouullee. Raugs
arser. Lake and Crook eoontie. Horses
rented when sold.
None bat grown hones sold, and only In largt
eaheber W. W. Baows. Fife. Oregon.
Let the Examiner figure on
vour next Job Printing.
1. 1 111 111 o.
PrF(dnt Woodrow Wlleua
Vine Prmfiirnt Thomas R Msnhall
SurretaryotStaU William J Brran
Hwrntaryof Trt-Morf...... William O MrAdoe
Secn-tar of War Mndlet M Oerrtena
Attorney Oenrral Jam. C MxKrynolds
rmtraaaterCMncral Alberts Burieona
Secretary of Mary Joeephiis banlels
Secretary eflntnrlor Franklin K Lane
Heeretary ef Ar(pultnre lald W Hoostoa
Senratary of Commerce.... William C. KedSeld
Secretary ef Labor William B. WUaoa
Interstate Comaeros Commlaaioner
dgar I Clark
9o"rnot m Oswald Wee
wratary of Suto... Ben W. Olcott
rreaenrer. Thos. B. Kay ,
Attorney Oeoeral A. M.Crawford
Sum. Public Instruction L. R. Alderman .
Printer w. 8. Unnlway
Ociry and food Com obnD.MIekle
0. a. Senators u?Jk Cdamberlais
. . . . sTnavseotTBT
Chief Jnstiet T. A. Moore
( Robert Kakia
Associate Jsaiiees aSSarti
IT. A. MoBrlde
sura jrrDMiAL mrai.
'ndge Henry U Benson
Attorney, job a Irwta
Joint Senator W. Lair Thompeos
(Vernon A Forbes
(Wesley o Smith
u s. Land office.
as. F. Burgee Register
fred V Cronemiller Receiver
Gilbert D. Browu Supenrisor
Kelson J. Billings Graslng Assistant
Norman Jacobaoa Forest Assistant
D. F. Brennan Forest Clark
LAM COUNT T
'odge B. Daly
Ciork p.w. Payne
sheriff W B Snider
rreaeurer F.O. Ahlstrom
Assessor A. J. Foster
School Supt. C. X. Oliver
Turveyor 8. A. Mnabea
Commiaaioaen I Andenoa
County 4teck Inspector D. P. M alloy
TOWK OF LAIBVUW.
K. 1. Rlnehart Mayor
Lee Beall (
W. F. Orob nrti-
i.t. Duckworth Councilman
Wm. Wallace Recorder
A. Meter Treasurer
CHURCH DIRECTORY i
FIRST WKTHODI8T CHURCH SUNDAY
iohool at 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday at
tl a. m. and 7:Wp. m. Kpworth League every f
-tunday evening at :4. Prayer Meeting Thnrs
lay at 7:80 p.m. Cbolr meeting at S:SDp. sn.
Ladles Aid ery Wedneaday at 1 JO p. as, .
verybody cordially Invited to all services.
R. K. M VERS. Pastor.
IR8T BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAEXVIRW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7:W P M OS -1st
ndirdrJun. Sunday School at 10 A M.
Junior Society at 2:30 P M. Baptist Young
People's Union atS:30PMon each Bunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:80 P M Wednesday eve
ning. Everybody Invited to attend all ser
vices. REV. A. F. SIMMOK8
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVERT SUNDAY MASS
etSrOOaod 10a.m.; Rosery at 7:80 p.m. Maas
on weekdays at 7:00 a.m. Service la the Stw
Church. T. T. KIRN, S.J.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LAXaV
VIEW, meets In the Masonic Hall. Bunday
School at 10:00 A Jt.: Morning Service at 11 e
Evening Service at 7:80. Prayer Meeting on
Wednaedays at 7:80 PJ4. Ail are cordially In
vited. REV. OXO. A. CRAWFORD. Pastor. ,
LAEIVIXW EPISCOPAL MISSION Lav
log Berrloea la the Hall ol the Mlaaoa in taw
Rooms of L.CJ.O. (Bunting Building) Outer
Street, every Sunday evening at 7:80 O'Clock.
All.ars cordially invited.
LAKEVIEW LODGE No. 71. A. F. at A. at. Holds
stated meeting Saturday on or before) full
moon. Marcs 23, April It, May 17. Special
meetings upon call, generally Saturday eveav
lnga. Visiting brethren welcome. JoaaL.
Clark. W. M. ; H.M Nolle. Beo'y
0EQREE OF HONOR LAKESHORK LODGE
No. 77, D. of H A. O. C. Wn Meets drat and
third Thursdays of each month in M-sonio
Hall: Mary Post, C. of H.; J. Belle Arsner, L.
of H.; Lore Snyder C. of C; Alameda
.. O. O. F. LAKEVIEW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F meets the Srst and third Thun
Jay evenings of oach month in Odd Fallows
Hall. Lakevlew. D. T. Oodsil. CP, E. F.
A O. U. W.-LAKKVIEW LODGE NO. 111.
Meets every second and fourth Thursday oJ
each month, in Maetnte Hall, Lakevlew.
X. D. Everett. M.W.t Dan Brennan, R.
t. O. O. r- LAKEVIEW 1X1 1X3 K, No. O, I u
O. P., meets every Saturday evening u Odd
Fellows Hail, at 7:80 o'clock, from October 1
to April 1, and at S oleiock from April 1 o
September 80. Ralph X. Kooser, N. Q. X. H.
REBKKAH LODQE LAKEVIEW LODGE, NO
ti, L O. O. F meets the second and fourth
Fridays of each month In Odd Fellow Hail
Frances Cor belt, N. O.: V. D. Moss. Secy.
Land and Law GKlco
Abstractor ot Titles
Established 1888 ' Lakevlew, On
L- F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
Attorney at Law,
hand Sf atterw Npoelnlty
OFriCn Duly Building.
Attorney at Law
Office ou 3rd Floor Heryford Bldg.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stste and U. S. Court Practice
Office ALTURAS, CALIFORNIA
DIt. J. IUVJLNtt BUSSELL
. Phyatclaa and Surceoa
Snyder & Reynolds Drue; Storo
PHONKi Offloe, Mala
J, L. LYON
No, 343 Heryford Bldg., Lakevlew, Ore.
W. HAY DEN FI8K
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