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LAKEVIEW, OREGON, NOV. J6. 1903.
Forest Reserve Remonstronse.
ljt July, shortly after the with
drawal of timlHT land along the
Deschutes and down In the Warner
country for the creation of a forest
reserve, several remonstrances were
sent to the different towns that
were effected by the reserve for the
leople to sign, says the Silver Iake
A few days ago those sent to the
Deschutes were sent In to F. M.
Chrlsinan. They contained 100
names and show that these ieople
are enterprising and wide awake
enough to make their wishes known
regarding the future of their timber
The one sent to Prinevllle has not
lwen heard from however and in all
probability was allowed to pass by
without onyone taking the trouble
to see that it was signed.
The two pajiers of that place have
both leen making a roar about the
reserve, but they failed to agitate
the signing of the remonstrance and
It is doubtful If one-third of the jieo
ple of Prinevllle knew that such a
paper was being circulated.
The one sent to Lakevlew had
ever 250 signatures and two days
before Congressman Hermann made
the request for them to Ins sent to
him, was seen in its usual place at
the Post Office, but when the proper
person went to get lt.lt was missing.
It had evidently been stolen by some
one who is desirous of seeing the re
Those now on hand are two two
from Deschutes containing 100 names
and the one from this city contain
ing 98 names. These will be sent to
Lakevlew and from there a report
will be made on the one stolen and
sent to Congressman Hermann who
will use them In working against the
creation of the proposed forest re
serve. The Profitable Missouri Hen.
The Missouri hen promises to In
come as famous as the Missouri mule.
Already the value of the surplus
products of the Missouri hen amounts
annually to more than $2,000,0jo
more than the value of the mules
sold out of the State. In 1002 over
53,000,000 dozen eggs were shipped
out of the State, while thousands of
dozens found their way to the break
fast tables of Mlssourians. No other
farm products give so much cush to
the Missouri farmer as the hen.
Missouri Is third In poultry raising,
Illinois first, and Iowa second. This
rating was given by the last United
States census, but by a persistent
effort Missouri is expected before
many months to climb to second or
perhaps first place. In one year a
lien euts food equal so sixteen times
her weight and lays eggs equal to
ix times her weight. Her food cents
about 1 cent per pound. The yearly
gg product will sell for six times the
cost of food. These statistics are
given by T. E. Orr, of Beaver, Penn.,
secretary of the American Poultry
Association, who holds the chair of
poultry In Missouri University. "An
average hen" said Mr. Orr, "should
produce 240 eggs a year. Her food
for the year will cost 80 cents. The
eggs will sell for 2 cents each, bring
ing $4.M). Chicago Inter Ocean,
Em mitt Replies
To The Governor.
Oovernor Chamlierlalii, after hear
ing the protest that went up all over
Oregon In auswer to his remarkable
letter In regard to calling an extra
session of the legislature which asked
the members to pledge lilm that no
business other than the correction of
the error in the new tax law would
lie taken up, now says that he did
not mean It, and that he is willing
to call the session If assured that no
"needless legislation, that Is any
thing that could Just as well wait
until the next regular session" will
lie taken up says the Ashland Tid
ings. Scarcely a memlier of the legis
lature as far as reported, hasnnswer
ed the governor's letter with the as
durances he required, but he profess
es to accept the letters as satisfac
tory and there Is little doubt that
the stnvlal session will Ik culled In
deed In well Informed circles, there
has U-en little doubt that the gover
nor has at all times since the present
emergency arose, intended toconvene
the legislators In special session, and
his "pledge" letter was really only a
political play to the galleries.
K.M.MITT'S I'OINTKII ANSWKII.
Keno, Oregon, Nov. 1.1, l'.to.l.
To His Excellency the (Sovernor of
Dkau Sir: The condition of the
finances of my county and district
absolutely demand the calling of an
extra session of the legislature for
the purpose of amending or rein-al-Ing
the Phelps law ns to the levying
of the tax for I'M.
While 1 am not aware at this time,
of the necessity of either enacting,
amending or rejealliig any other
law, I cannot and will not enter In
to any promise that will In any
manner enable the Executive to con
trol the action of the legislative
Were I the Governor I should use
my constitutional authority coupled
with the dictates of my own con
science as the best Interests of the
whole people of the State of Oregon
require and demand regard less of the
embarassment or encouragement of
any political party In the future and
lermit the Legislative department
the same course of procedure, un
conscious that each for itself must
render an account toltsconstituents.
Admitting as you do that you en
tertain .the highest regard for the
memlters of the legislature and that
they are in a better position to know
than yourself then why not trust
these (highly regarded) tiiemls-rs of
the legislature to jerform their con
stitutional duties and also assume
that they might also lie In a lietter
position to know of some other
emergency that may exist than your
self? For the Executive to pledge the
legislative of his state to js-rform
one act and no more would certain
ly exceed his jerogatlve and deprive
the memlers of theirs, ltesldes estab
lishing a precedent without parallel
in modern history.
For the information which you
ask I verily believe that an emergen
cy exists and un extra session of the
legislature Is necessary but I for one
decline to place the shackles on my
own wrists to the possible detriment
of my constituents.
Very resjiectfully yours,
It. A. Em mitt.
Vlnyard Proved an Alabi.
The case of the State of Oregon vs
Wm. Vlnyard, for the burning of
three stacks of hay belonging to the
Warner Valley Stock Co., In Warner
valley, was continued lefore Justice
of the Peace W. Bayley last Monday.
The witnesses Mr. and Mrs. (iuy
Wlnier of Shirk, were present and
testified that Mr. Vlnyard was at the
Shirk ranch on the day of the fire,
thus proving an alibi for the defend
ant. The case was then dismissed
by the court.
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Tl H HICK l,A.l KOTICK,
United Slates Land Office,
Lakevlew, Oregon, Kep:to, vm.
Notice In hereby given Hint In compliance
with the iro viMluim of the act of Cnngrcaa of
June a, 1K7H, entitled "An act lor the Kale ol
timber landa In the State of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Waahlngton Territory," aa
extended to all the Public Land state by the
act of August 4. lwrj, Nolen K. Currcy, of l ake
view, county of l-ake Slate of Oregon, ha II led
In thin office hi nworn statement No. l'.M, for
the purchaae of the SK 'i NK (I of Section No.
27 In Towimhlp No. 40 S. K. No. Id K. W. M. and
will offer proof to how that the land win lit
more valuable for Is limner or alone than for
agriculture piirjMiacs.and toetahliHh hi claim
to aald land before the Rcgintcr an1 Receiver
of thin office at l.akeviow Oregon on Tucuday,
the swth day of Itccember,
He naineiiai wltneaa: Thomaa limiting, I.. A.
Carriker, K. W. Vernon, Harvey L. Northrup,
and A. V. Koozcr all of lakevlew.
Any and all K-rona claiming adveraely the
ahove deacrihed land are reuetcd to file
their claim in thia office on or before said 2t)lh
day of Iieccmbcr, IMA.
OKt.2fr4.ii K. M. Bhattaiw, RegUter.
TIMIIKK LA JIITH'f.
United State I. and Office, Ikevlew, Ore.
gon, Oct 14, 1ml. Notice 1 hereby given that
in compliance with the provialona ol the act of
C'ongrcaa of June 3, 1M77. entitled an "Act for
the Kale of timber landa in the Htatea of Cal
ifornia, Oregon, Nevada and Waihington
Territory," a extended to all the I'nbllc Land
Statea by act of Auguat 4, lMrt, William
I'algleUti, of Adel, county of Lake, atate of
Oregon, liu filed In thla office hi aworn
atalement No 'H2!. lot the piirc.haae of the H'
HK'4, NKUHWV nl Sec SO in Tn ;
H: K22K, W M; and will offer proof to ahow
that the land nought la more valuable for 11
limber or atone than tut agricultural puriMiaea
and to cHtabllxli M claim to aald laud before
the KegiHter and Receiver of thia ottice at Lake
view, Oregon on Thuraday, the 7th day of
January, IVo4. lie iiamea aa wltncaxea:
Joaeph Turpln, I'M Curry, III Manring and
Adam Maruart, of I-akevlew, Oregon.
Any and all peraona claiming adveraely the
above-deacribed lamia are reijueated to file
their claim in thla office on or before laid 7in
day of January, luoi
Oct jB-42 E M Brattaln, RegUtcr.
Land Office at l-akevlew, Oregon. Oct., 8d,
1903. Notice lbereby given that the following-named
auttler ha filed notlceof bla Inten
tion to make final proof In aupport of bit
claim, and that laid proof will be made before
Edwin i. Callow, U. B, I'ommlaaloner at Oenio,
Oregon, on Nor. 7tn, 1WA, vli: Klla Coburu
H. E. No. 8171, for tbe NU of UK4 and SkU of
HK'4 of Beo. 10, To. 41, n. it. XV, K. W.M. He
namea the following wltueaaei to prove bla
contlniioui realdvniie upon and cultivation of
aald land, viz: J. O. Holloway and 0, F.
Holloway of Denlo, Oregon, K H. Conner,
Mary J. Packard and John M. Vauce oi Mu
40-Ocl. E. M. Brattaln' RegUtcr.
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TIMIIKK XOTI4 K.
I'nited atalea laud office, i.akevlrw, Oregon,
Oct. 14, I'MM. Nollcela hereby (I veil that in
ciiliipllHlice with III" provlxlon of the ad of
('oiigreof Juiir.1, IH7H, entitled "An act fur the
aale ol timber laud ill the Ntalea of California,
Oregon, Nevada and waxlilugloii Territory,"
aaexlcuded loall the I'lililln laml Htatea by act
of Auguat 4, lier;, the following pcrnona have
tiled In thla office their aworu atalement,
Floyd Karmer, of l.akcvlew, county of lake,
htate of On goii. Swoin atalement No li, tor
the purchaM- of the Hk'v See 0, Tl. X7 S, K l K.
Kred M. lliukleiiiau, of l.akeview, county of
fjike, alale ol Oregon. Sworn atalement No
2Hi), for the purchaM' of the hW; heo In 1'p K7
H, K IV K.
Mom J , 'oiiih, i,f lakevlew, county of Iiki.
alale of Oregon, Sworn atalement No for
the purchaiw of the HK'-4 s-c lu, Tp !I7 S, K lit K.
That they will offer prool to allow that the
laud aought I more vamable for II timber or
tone than for agricultural purHea and to
eHtabllnh their claim to ald land before Ja.
If. Iiriacoll county clerk at Klamath Kali
Oregon, uu Tucaday the Will day of lieccuibvr
They name aa wltneaaea: Kloyd Farmer,
Fred M. Hlnkleman, Moae J. Coino, K II.
Stark and Kd WeUh.all of Lakevlew, Oregon.
Any and all peroii claiming adveraely the
ahove-dcacrlbed land are reiiueaied to file
their claim In thia office on or before aald 2Ulb
day ol Ihcemtier 1W3.
Oct iffr42 E. M. Brattaln, HeKUtcr.
TlflBBR LAND NOTICR,
TJuited State Land Otllce l.akeview, Oregon,
Oct. 1Mb 1U03. Notice I hereby given that
In compliance with the poviHlona of the act ol
Coiigrca of June X, 1N7K, entitled "an a t for the
aale of limber land In the Slate of California,
Oregon, Nevada, and Waahlngton Territory,"
a e tended to all the public laud alate by act
of Auguat 4, W2, F.laie Couverae, of New 1'lne
Creek, ooiinty of Lake Slate of Oregon, ha filed
In thia office hla aworn itatemeiit No '1PM, for
the nurchaae of 'he SW' j HK'i, Sectf, In Tp No
41 H It No HI K wH, and will offer priKif to ahow
that the land aought la more valuable for Ita
timber or atone than for agricultural puriioaea,
and to eatabliab hla claim to aald land before
the KegUler and Kecelver yt Lakevlew Oregon
on Monday, the 11th day of January, IU04
He namei as witmaaca: Albert Converse,
Geo Vincent, A. M. Smith, Burt Held, J. lteeler,
all of New Fine Creek, Oregon,
Any and all parsons claiming adveraely ths
above described landa are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before said Ulti
day of Jan, 1U04.
Oct. 2H4i K M. Bhattaiw. Reglater.
Land Office at Lakevlew, Oregon, Ocobert
6th, 1U08. Notice la hereby given that the
following-named settler baa filed notice of bla
Intention to make final proof In aupport of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
Kdwln I. C'atlow, U. H.Commiaaloner at Heiilo,
Harney County, Oregon, on November lMh
11)08, vlx: Albert Lewis, 11. J). F.ntrv No. 8172
for tbe SU of HE'i Sec. 20s NU of titM Seo. ,
Tp40S. K. 40 K. W. M. Hs names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his coiitliiuou resilience
upon and cultivation of said land, vis: Thomas
Scott, (lua Mcaiiiincli, Koliiit Wllaluaou and
James Minor of McDermltt, Nev,
40 (Jet 8 K. M, lirallaill, KcKiater.
ALL POINTS LAST
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Agt. 1 12, .Id st Portland Or
P. II. Thompson. F. & P. A.
Kumii I, Coleman IHdg,
Tllltlitt LAND NOTICU.
I'lilled Htate l aud office, Lakevlew, Oregon.
Oct In, '.ac. Notice I hereby given that In
compliance with the prov ImIoii of the act of
cougrcMof June :i, lH7h, entllleii "All Ki t lor the
aale of timber landa In tbe atalea of Oregon,
California, Nevada and waahlngton Tcrrt
lorv a extended to all the 1'iibllc land
alale by act of Auguat 4, IN'.rJ, the following
perxih have tiled lu thia office their awuni
alatemeiiia, to-w 11 :
Onllford O Worden, of Trouldale, coiiuly of
Multnomah, stale of Oregn Suurn aiatement
SoB, lor the purcliaiM- of Hie SK'i Sr.i., N'
HK' SVV'j N K'4 Sec itt, Tp 3V S, H lr F.
Horace It l.ltlletleld Tim t. Hiirnalde St.,
rorlland, comity ol Multnomah, alale of Ore.
gun Sworn atalement Nni.Ml, for the purchaan
of Hie SK', NV'., N'. SW4 See :Ui and Nh'.
SV i.4 Sec 4, Ti. :ih s. it A K. W M .
That they will offer priMif to ahow that tho
land aought la more valualile for Ita timber or
tone than for agricultural .urime and t
ell.llli their claim to aald land before Jaa.
II. Iirlwoll, Couiily Clerk, at Klamath Kali,
Oregon on Tucaday the 7th day of January,
They name sa wIlneMea: II K I.lttlefleld, ol
rorlland, Oregon, Henry Clarv, of Ahlatid.
Oregon, J O llaniaker, J W Wrage and O O
Worden of Honauita, Oregon.
Any and all prouclalmlng adversely the
above-decrlled landa are rcijucalfd to flln
their claim lu Ihl office on or before said 7lb
day of January 1WM.
)ct 22-42 K. M. BR ATTAIN, Keglater.
TI11IIK.il LAID NOTK'R.
Culled Siatea Land Office, Lakevlew, Ore
gon, Oct 17, Haw. Notice la hereby given that
in compliance with the provialona ol the art
ofCougrcof J inn- 8, 11(78, entitled "An act
for the sale of lam her land In the eta tea of Cal
ifornia, Oregon, Nevada and waahlngton
Territory," aa t-xtuiided loall the I'ubllc laml
Htatea by am of AugiiHt 4, latrj Robert McKee, nl
Lakevlew, county of Uke, male of Oregon, has
filed lu till office hla aworn atatemenr No ZKA,
for the purchase of the w!i of NE'4 ol Seo No
lllln Tp4US, K V0 K w M, and will offer proof to
ahow that the laud aought Is more valuable for
it timber or alone than for agricultural pur
poses and to establUh hla claim to aald land
before the Keglater and Receiver at lakevlew,
Oregon on Wednesday, the lHtli day of January
1UU4. He names aa wituees: w J McKee,
Arthur Florence, V L I'liulllug and L wbet
stone all of l.akeview, Oregon.
Any and all persona clalmliif adveraely the
above-described landsare r ueated to Itlelhclr
claim In thl- office on or before aald lath day
of January, lkVl.
Oct 22 42 E. M. Biattain, Register.
!" nerubr 'v,n n' undersign
ed fc. M. Brattaln has beeu apixilnled by the
t:ounty Court of the Stale of Oregon for Lake
Comity, administrator of the estate of Clara
Batchelder, deceased, and all pcraons hsviug
claim agalnat said estate are hereby requir
ed to present audi claims, with the proper
vouchers, within six months from this dale,
to me at my residence In lakvlew, Oregon,
Dated tliUWIli day of September, lwill.
. . . . , . K. M. HHATTAIN,
Admlnslrator of the estate ol Clara Batchelder,
deceased, , u