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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1905)
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C. O. METZKER.
Entered at the Post Offleest Lskevlew. Oro.
. 8.-0O1H1HMM Matter.
(One Year 2.00
Six Month. 1.00
Three Months 50
Kiftoeu cents n Inrh per week, single col.
IV n per cent, a.l.ti .1 for preferred space.
Tvu per cent, lUseomit on yearly contract.
Tvu percent. additional discount where ad
rfrtiaiTs fnrnili eleeiros, charms prepaid.
Ten rents per line first insertion. and Ave
lent per line for taeli subsequent tnseriion, to
he let tn news type ami limed in ltl ioial
l'rofessional Cards, one dollar per month.
Timber-land notices and all other leiral no
tices requiring ten ueeks' publication, flS.
Homestead final proof notices. IVsert-Iaml tin
al proof notices, short form Contest notices Ad
ministrators' nonces. Notice ol appointment of
Administrators ana all other leal notices re
quiring five weeks' publication, 7.60
Memorials. Card of Thanks. Lodge Kvsolu
ttoos. etc., IS.50.
LAKEVIEW, OREGON, JAN. A, 190s.
The question of dee pest Interest to
the President and Congress, and dis
cussed by politiuins In Washington
more than any other, litis to do with
the proposal to give the Interstate
Couiineree commission power to reg
ulate freight r.-vtes. This proposi
tion ;i Iso :i 1 1 raet s wi.le at U in ion in
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Uri' .i'l ;
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.1 I Vi- ,
.vi; !ine of!
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bui:us upon the Coniini.-iriioii. Soc.
Morton, who hm U-en it rullroiul
man till his life, him promised the
President to take up the problem of
the Htipervisiou of railroad rates,
and see what can be accomplished.
This may uppear a little unusual for
the Secretary of the uavy, but Mr.
Morton Is a man of experience. He
believes In the doctrlue of consider
ation of the rigb. ts of the people. He
wiys railroads should not oppose
rational government supervision,
and that they should cease to man
ipulate politics and legislation. The
President insist that the railroads,
as well as other interests, shall have
fair play. Informs of method are
needed; there is no war upOI1 ruli.
roads, which are recognized as the
great civihe,-., .-tn.., missionaries 0f , w-'Veral days, Including the Fourth
the ! of Juy wt, to celebrate tlw.a'ntt'ii
Inalldirectioii.theiM.venniienti.s:"11'1' Lewis and Chirk Expo
making vigorous efforts to protect
th-people from frauds nd u.isernn ' ", ' ' "
"lous tulvertisers. The I'o'st Oihce
"eparimeni lias issued
fratjij unlets, denyin
tl-e -e ,,f tin.
mails to bogus
to l. ;
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ai-iionje ofI"--. wh:
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" "'I -'leratei;
L '"i'C.Mion of
v '''-"gK.xts in
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cago reveal. ,1
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cent, of ti
'llUy impure, wiU. fi, , , l,l1,t
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em. t.uwl JM
colored or w
uaruifii to t()(
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'Uiid frauds on n
iiivolvbi......... ... coast,
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the attention of .VeV
These have , '
persons , r , ,
km..i , ',t,, t,lw '"ve
the f ni 11,1
il 11 h I i I ) 1 m
J- . ii
'".v. and thai ,
ln 'iii.ly and j..
plicated. Patents have U-en rcfuacd
for moot of this lanl, and It has been
rworted to the public domain.
There are now :t-l criminal anlta
i.iullnir. niii civil. The Secre
tary promises tart ling revelutlotiH.
He Is determinedly hacked by. the
President lu his efforts to break up
the conspiracy and bring the guilty
Secretary Tuft has returned to
town safe and sound, from his arbi
tration visit to Panama, and told
the whole story of his success lu
j clearing away misunderstandings on j
the part of the new Republic, to the
j President while dining with him.
There is nothing now in the way of
building the canal, save the solution
of some diflicult engi neerlng feats,
the labor qu.'stion, and the climate.
It Is proposed to curry on the oer
atijn of excavating the canal electric
lights at night. This will hasten
the work, and enable it to lie prose
cuted with greater comfort ou the
part of the laborers. The Secretary
says 3,0)0 laborers can be employed
at once, and on his way home he
visited Jamaica with a vtew to se
curing etiicient labor from that Is
A Chance for Speculators.
SCHOOL T WIl m.th of IhviJ
uiiiniproved agricultuial land for sale
clieaii. inscription : SVY,1, Skj ot !
NKij and NWt4' oi SK,'. se.-ti.iii 10. j
i p., o:i u. t'.i j-.. . m . inis i
pii-e f Intiil, Im atfil ii. i . . 1
ev ni.d wi.l make M)ine man a
A ' i In iih'Iv I I II . i 1 1 : i i i
u .; .i.iv.
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Arrest It! 50 Reward.
For any pktri ibia.-e, ECZEMA
SOKES. PILES. I'l M I'LL k
the new KAJJlCftijiE.MEDY EC-ZINE
will not cure promptly. Send todav for
afree treatment kufiicient to rurr'anv
ordinary case. liOYI) CHEMICAL
uu., liana aiCiNaliy Bldg., Chicago
Seven bids were opened on Decern
ber24th, for building the Portage
roads. Two were rejected. It is es
tlmated that the cost of the Portage
road will l between $13,000 and
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE liKOMO QUININE
tablets. All druvuixta rin,t n.
money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 25c.
The (j rent Falls, Mont., Commer
cial Club Is planning u fete to last
"' Aoiii.ati r'an;:r the ikit la the World.
h'mi farn-r i bv rr-at'--
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'ir n-ceni i-umhttu-s ol 'caijita! ,
niorm..i!s, yt-f .such riuures mm l Imn .ik;
. huku 1:1 iiioiH-v are
nilicanre when fom'.arprl i.. "
9ri" and brawn iv,,tt in a.rrii....:i
i" Uslr,e!- I-or ins;fli-e, Die fanners of
Minnesota and Dakota xW ree.ivori Lf
llYl aw-, f, - .1 1 . V.Jl-
lonh ITl00 Navir will lrint
1?... h," fw hi espesWnr in tul
to kn health. . our own PHI"!
ur vstn i. 7::?". "".uuiuiate
01 meger msof di ac as f 1, .
corpuBcle. k,7!v' "P " "d blood
work in ualI1 ".JU ll oe about its
in uature'. , i. '"out its
mlo ,...- .niOiates the
mlo uurnr " "'moiates
- out nl -?c,,on: "Dd
blood r'.rt","c1' "d heart on
"tuiv it has LTia . . r third of a
More bottle f 'rl ? " ileU States'
3icovtI v are-1.' I , , n ,,h i'oU" Mi-dical
t'' ny cilly:,;;' value fttr
in rii .. .. ,. . , --- eeuiarny
t c ri
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Sheep or Cattle Ranch.
More ranch for sale. This time a
sheep ranch of M forties lying along
, ' . , i .,, ., '
Pitt Kiver, and control a vast range on i
the bank of the river and for mile.
, . , , , , i . .
back. This stock ranch isa nap
$.1800. Write to the Lake County Lx-j
aminer for particulars.
In addition to the aliove 14 forties j
., o i .t i..: . k 1
there are 3 forties lying 4 or 5 miles i
distant, on which there are two large
spring. The above price is for the en
tire 17 forties.
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13. Wl. Notice Is hereby given that ;
the follow itnt named settler hns Wled ,
notice of his intention to make tlnal
proof in support nf his claim, and that ,
said proof will lie made before Edward i
.1 Cutlow. II. S. f'oni. at his oflice at I
IVnio, Oregon on January 20. 1905. via : j
Charles F. llollowav, Mil. Entry No.
21S4. for the SK.4' SH ..,. Nc. 2H f.'v
N W4', NW4' NK-4, Sec. 32, T. 40 S, K.
3tS K. W. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said land,
viz: M. M. Itaan, K. L. Holloway,
Kretl Allen ami .Joe (.'allow. All of
Ic. 15-2 J. Watson, Hegister.
Ho! For the West.
Tell your friends that the colonist
rata are going into effect March 1st 1905,
to-expire May 15th, 1905. The rate
from Chicago, 111. , will be $33. Peoria,
11. , 31. fit. Louis, Mo. and New Or
leans. La. , $30. Council Bluffs, la. ,
Sioux City la. , Omaha, Neb. , Kansas
City, Mo., Minecla, Tex. and Iloustan
Tex., $25. Rates apply to main line
points in Nevada and California,
For further information apply
Southern Pacific Co. Agents, or to,"
Acting 1). 1". A IV
Pjwldent .Theodore Rnoaevelt
e.ld.ni . .
Heoretarjr of Htata.. John Hay
of Tr,Mllry Leslie it. Hhaw
.rotary Interior K, A, Hitchcock
Secretary of War Wi. It. Taft
Secretary of Navy Wm. H. Moody
Secretary of Commerce Cleo. B. Cortelyou
.'... pl wu.
Postmaster (leheral Henry 0 Payne
Attorney (leneral I'. C.Knox
Oorernnr ,.(ieo. K. Chamtwrlaln
Secretary of State V. I. Punnar
Treasurer .'. ..C.H.Moore
. .J. II. Ackerman
....J. ft. Whitney
,.,....J. W. Hal'ey
I J. If. Mil. 'hell
I -t .W. Kulton
SC. E. Wnlverion
K. S. Mean
P. A. Moore
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Congressmen . .......
SIXTH JI'WCTAL BIHTRICT.
II. I.. Henson
LA KB cnl'NTT.
Joint Senator John A. Layooek
Judge B. Ialy
Sheriff E. K. Kinehart
! Treasurer ..
.. F. O. Ahlstrom
W. D. West
J. Q. Wllllia
C. K. Moore
W. A. Currier
C. W. Pent
J. F. Clarkson
More School Land For Sale.
We will sll cheap and on good terms
the west half of sec. 20, tp. 20 S K 20 E.
Also the west half of tec. 2h, tp. 38, S.
U 19 E. j
Al; tliifi laml is uuiiuprovfil ami being
loeatl us It in, makes it very valuul
Write or cull t tliu iillici- (or
iil.-ir-. . tf
Some Real, Estate Bargains
Sell Land on Smallest' Commissions
Unimproved Land for sale near
Paisley, In sections 28, 29, 15, 14, 23,
in ips k. ia.
Unimproved Land for aale, near
Paisley. In sections 35, 33, 3ti, 20, tpa
3J, It. 18.
Unimproved Lund for sale on Lower
Chewaiican. In sections 13, 1(5, 25 30
tpa 35, R. 20. ' '
Klnmuth nnmt.v. Land for sale.
Unimproved, at a bargain, write for
particulars and numbers.
1 ulnuhh l'st im:-We ail! ,,.
turelandin larjto or small Irakis. If
you own laud in. Lake county and ant
to buy uriuciMipied land .idjoining it
write The Examiner.
Timher A.ia.-In C..nian Prairie.
Some line patches of tj.r (aN
h"idit at tiiis ollice.
AVvir ..ei.-ii-. in,., mile n ulii i.,
') acres of panurelaudi U iiu- or call
yt thisolico if vni want 1,, buy.
('ruU:d r;e,.y,..ve i)aVl. wi,(
to.no valuable ,,1.. land, in I rooked'
Creek valley that can be had rea-onahle.
.Uwrt .tie.-Pasture land at t,e
outb end of Abert Lake can I iad
tTcX: U' Pr-
o. METZKER, Agent
n. E. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Plan of aeivicM of Pac r of the M. K.
Church, Lakoview. Is nnd Jtrd) Sua.
day a of each month.
Bethel at 11 a. in., id New Tina
Creek at 7 p. tn., 2nd f t 4th Sundays
of each month.
Lakeview at 11 a. i , and 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursdr 7 P- m. 5th
Snndny Union School r"ise at 11 a. m.
Lakeview at 7 p. tn. rt are cordially
Invited to all the servioei '
Sanpohu feii'KR, Pastor. "
' TIMBKK l.AMMOTK'K.
United States Land rice, Lakeview,
Oregon, October 27tl M. Notice is
hereby given that in je'pliancu with
the provisions of the art"! Congress of
Juno 3. 1878 entitled 1n act for the
sale of timber lands la Co states of Cal
ifornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory, as exleled to all the
Public l-and States by t of August 4,
I892, Manuel J. Swarf of Iakeview,
county of Lake, state b! Oregon, has thl
day tiled In this ollit-e sworn state
ment No. 2I81. for the mrchase of the
SwW 8w 4 seo. 1, Nw"i Nw) Hectioa
No. 12, in Township 38 S., It, No.
18 E., Willamette Mer. and will offer
proof to show that tht land sought i
more valuable for h limber or atone
than for agricultural ur poses and te
establish bis claim to d laud before
Register and Keceivtri Lakeview, Ore
gon, on Monday, the I'1 UV of Janu.,
190. lie names aajwinessea: Frank
Hunting, W. A, a'iishire, Jame
Young, Elsie liusnella I of Lakeview,
j Oregon. Any and allpersons claiming
auversuiy tne anovt tycrioeti lanus ara
requested to tile thaio'lnim in this of
lice on or before saiu nth day of Janw
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