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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1904)
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LAKEVIEW, OKEQON, Ftll. J. IW4.
TOO MUCH TALK NO GOOD.
The piMM-rs of Silver Uikeand 1U ml
have lml n great deal to say lately
In regard to requiring applications
and proof to l executed In the dis
trict In whieh.the land lie. Now.
this talk may le alright, ami may
prove to le n source o( considerable
satisfaction to the aforesaid, and
even If it is proven one way or the
other it settles nothing, mo far us the
decision of the land offices are con
cerned. The register and receiver of the
Inkeview land office nre nut going
to lie inlluenced by wfint nny one
paper niny say, or n doxen, for that
matter. They are comparatively
iiew at tiie business, and necessarily
act cautiously, but depend solely
upon the law as laid down to them
for their guidance. While the law
tnay by Interpreted differently by
others, so far they have lceu sus
tained In their decisions by the eoni
missioner of the general land otliee,
mid it is Lot likely that any news
pnper advice will lie taken in the
The new stone sidewalks of Altur
as are complained of by tiie Plain
dealer as lieing "coveivd with four
or five Inches of dirt troni some glue
factory. Nature is auspicious and
thus worked in conjunction with our
trustees in soaking up with snow or
At ti meet tit); of the Republican
state central committee of Oregon
held at Portland, Friday. Feb. 12th.
Portland was elected us the placefor
holding the eomlugstateeonventlou,
the date of which was set for April
14th. April 2d was recommended us
a date for holding primary meetings
throughout the state and April 7th
for county convent Ions.
The state convention will consist
of :trd delegate anil the apportion-)
ment Is based on the Republican I
vote for IJ. S. 1 tea u for supreme J
judge In l!H2, allowing one delegate
for each l'Ht votes and oneaildll lonal '
delegate for each fraction thereof
over WO, nud one delegate at large
to each county. It follows:
linker, 14; Benton, 7; Clackamas,
Clatsop, W; Columbia, 7; Coos, II;
Crook. 5; Curry. :t; Douglas, 14; (iil-liam,-4;
(irant.7; Harney, 4; Jackson,
12; Josephine, 7; Klamath, 4; Lake,
4; Lane. Ill; Lincoln, ft; Linn, 14;
Malheur, .; Marion, 2-1; Morrow, ft;
.Multnomah, 71; Polk, S; Sherman, 4;
Tillamook, 3; I'mutlUa, 10; 1'nlon,
JO; Wallowa, (1; Wasco, 12; Washing
ton, l:t: Wheeler, 4; Yamhill, 11.
Nine counties were not represented
at the committee meeting, they lieing
Crook, Curry, Lake, Lincoln, Mor
row, Polk, Tillamook, rmatllla,
Wheeler and Yamhill. The other
counties were represented as follows:
linker N. C. Kichards.
1 teuton K. K. P.ryson, by S. P.
Clackamas J. C. P.rndley.
Clatsop W. T. Scholfit Id.
Columbia T. C. Watts.
Cove W. J. Itutler.by J. V, Minto,
Potiglns A. C. Marsters.
(iillinm Clarence Johnson, by M.
i A. Luce, proxy.
J Harney William Ilunlcy.
I Jackson Theo. Cameron, by 1 leiirv
The first year in 8
years sees this
store head and houl
ders above all others
in this city. As an
evidence that we In
tend kecking that
position, you are In
vited to walk in and
see hnt we are of
fering: to benefit you
and your pur.ie.
PlttMlltlXNlVi: MLTIIOUN A M HON.
est dealing these are the cnntiial
points of successful merchandising.
My always maintaining the position of lend
ers In the community the public has learned
to nccpet the merchandise at Italley ,V Mas
sluglll's as what Is demanded by tisane, and
rightly, for no article of merit escape our
notice, but Is first to be shown over our
counters. Then again honest dealing and
perfect frankness win us friends and hold
them all as patrons. We neither deccUc you
In nir advectlslug nor allow our salespeople
to do so nt the counter. We give you full
value for your money, 'ami though other
in., p. 1. 1. nt.
.... . .. ...r. .
. . . MASSING ILL
lines of men hand Ise It Is one of the Incontro
vertible maxims (f our store that
What Others Advertise, We Sell for l.ca"
I rain the whole of this lugubrious
mess. As a consequence our walks j K. Ankeny, proxy
are ns deep an some men, ns gloomy i J osephine II. C. Kinney
as Egypt's pyramids and as tena
cious us Mr. Fognrty's bull dog. It
is now tielieved that there would lie
a good enterprise open to someone
in the Spring to start a rublier fac
tory from the old boots and shoes
which will inevitably be abandoned
to their fate in this muck."
When Land is Taxable.
Many people who have made proof
on either tinilter claims or home
steads are naturally interested to
know when their lands lscoine tax
able says the Ashland Tidings.
First, that when proofs are made
and final receipts are issued by the
district land officers, the fact is
reported to the assessor of the coun
ty In which the land Is situated; sec
ond, that the land ln-comes taxable
the first day of March following the
issuance of such receipt. For Instance:
All lands for which final receipts
have been Issued prior to March 1,
1004, and since March 1, loo.-!, are tax-
Klaniath C. I!. DeLap, by C 1.
Lane L. T. Harris.
Linn P. K. Kelly.
Malheur I. W. Hope.
Marlon J. M. Poormnn.
. Multnomah Frank C. linker.
Sherman W. H. Moore.
Union J. W. Knowles, by C. H.
Wallowa F. I. McCulley, by W.
L. Iioise, proxy.
Wasco T. H. Johnson.
Washington W. I. Wood.
Sckciai. Kki'kkskntativk in this county
and adjoining territories to represent
and advertise an old established busi
ncBH house of solid financial Manding.
iii(f. Salary f 21 weekly, with expenses
paid each Monday by check direct Irom
headquarters. Kxpenees advanced;
position permanent. We furnish every
thing. Address, The Columbia, O.'JO Monon bhlg.
Chicago, III. N-0
WANTLD--SLVEKAL INDl'H THIOL'S
persons in each male to travel for house
established eleven yearn and with a
large capital, to call upon merchant
and agents for succeH-ful and proliiablu
line. I'ermanent engagement. Week
Iv cash salary of f-M and all travelling
I a . I I II I If
exnefihet ana noiei uiuH Buvanceu in
able, and will Imj assessed for taxes cai-h each week. Experience not CHsen-
for the year 1!XI4, but t l.ese taxes are i Mention ref. rence and en;loHlf
J i ne I adilressed enveloiie. I III'. NA-
i TI ON A L, .'!:!!' Dearborn St Cliii ML'o.
not ilue until I'M't.
The issuance of a patent by
general land office has nothing to do i
with the land becoming taxable. All
W J? (If,
I 'niteil States Land Office, Lakeview, ,
.Oregon, Feb. l'.04. A nullicierit
Kiiii-mled content allidavil liaH l)(-cn tiled
timber land, that is, all land which ,y Kubeit McKee coiit. n'ant, against
on iiml. e tin. til,. !,..p Timber culiure entry No. lis:!, made
and stone act, and which was unim
proved is assessed at S'.', per acre.
Woolen Mills liurned.
The Portland Woolen Mills located
at Sell wood, wci'i: totally destroyed
by lire oa the 1m h. Tin-plant was
worth about .d(Ml,0Di and had .,nno ;
Aiii.'a-t -'litli, IS'. Ml. lor M-.'j ol M.', ;
y.-ction U Town-hip -10 S, Ii. 2d K, U.!
i .M ., On-gon by Amanda K. Itoyil, Con- j
lei-tee, in wlii'h it is alleged that the.
ent rvv onii. n died in July !-H7, leaving i
as her lieiis. Alice Moore, Arill.l Vernon .
I.ela irav, Itoyal A.l'.ovd.Cov A. I'.ovd.i
kayinond Itoyd, anil 1 i"i. I'min;!
that tiie said cut rywomau and lir lieiis ,
have failed to break, plow, pUnt to
i seeds, cut t intfs or trees, any pai I of said '
tra.l, or to cullivato aav portion tlicrni
worth of stock on hand of which at any time except to plow-and cultivate
ii (U, ... .. i .... ! to crop li-e acres two years, and since
probably .:u,nii was saved. i he , y(r ,,, ,,, elltir. a,.t ,, ,,,.
ilisuralice is 1 00,000. wholly abandoned by each and all of
,, , . ,, .I. said heirs; said parties are hereby noli-
'J he h IV stal led ill the rapidly n- ,.,, , ,,.,, 'respond and offer evi-
volvlug "mixer" from a spark caused j deuce touching said allegations at Ten
, , , , o'clock A. M. April , 100-1, before the
by the Introduction of '.neforelgu . . . .,.Hitfer ,jt ,0 ,;hitt.(l
Stales Land Ollice in Lake-view, Oregon.
'J'he contestant having in a prop,
er affidavit, filed February 13, net
I forth lacts which show that after Hun
substance, which communicated to
highly iiilhimable material with
which the machine is surrounded.
... , , , i diligence, iH-rnonal K-rvice of thin notice
The mill employed about lo0 hands '1()t i, ,,), it U hereby ordered
who will lie thrown out of work
until the plant Is rebuilt, which will
require about six months.
and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication.
J. N. Watson, Register,
H C. 1.'. Kmijkk, Keceiver,
A BUSINESS PROPOSITION
vou are going east a careful selection of your
is esM-lltial to the elijo.viiient ol olll
id u ,. I. ii. in, .m ttfii lime is the main
Jiil. .rn i ion' if ii oleiisure t I'ili. scenery and I lie
convenience nud coniforls of a modern railroad.
Whv not combine nil by using the ILLINOIS
( i;. I i:.L, the l'p-To-lale Uoad, running two
trains daily from St. Paul and Minneapolis mid
from Oinalia to Chicago. Hee Leclinlug Chair
Cars. Hie famous I'.uffet-Library-Sinoklng Cars,
all trains vcstibuled. Tickets, reading via t he
Illinois Central will be honored on t hese t rains
and no extra (are charged. Our rates are t he
same as those of inferior roads why not get
your money's worth. Write for particulars.
L. BAILRY ....
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