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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1907)
A Tennessee County Building
Many Miles of Good Roads.
HOW THE START WAS MADE.
It Took an Old Farmar to Make tha
Authoritlta Raaliza What Dad RoacJa
Wara Coating Tham Novaoulila
Uaad In Constructing tha Highways.
How MihINimi county, Trim., oi-ciircl
jroixl romU N nil I ii I cr.'M 1 1 n tc st'ity t!!
by a writer In It ! icr'a inr.i-t t, CM.
cngo, mill tuny offer n siiuwhIIiiii ti
Other t-lllllltmilltll'M 1 1 1 1 f( 1 1 Willi till'
piixmiMi' tilirli ways, Several yi-nra nun
Hum I.HiiciiHtcr, city an lt! of Jin-It'
ami, Ti'im., turned lil nttriitlon tu the
rniitllllnti of llii ntH-Hi of .t,n kDii mi
tlu mini of tli KuiTotitiiiiim coiiniry.
lit" found tlio county i'iiiiiiiiNmIiiiii
plunking soiili of tln rmiilH lind lii'ifij'l
by mIiowIiik tlii'in tluit tlx' x. tint
SH lllllrll II C'l m Nt'llll' WdllM 1-llHt.
It took lot f (Tort to mioi tln nn-
tiii'iiiiiw, tint nt iif-t a luiii- iii-uinniiiK
WIIM tlllllll llllcl Willi!' Clolll' ill lIoWII.
TIiti iix iiiiiili oi;ntxlllon, yet th
lt )! liKcl till rollll, Mllll till) KIM-I
xproiiti'it, tin' yriixt voiKi. In liml
the ion i N In winter beeuine tiiiiiiHHnlil.
Men riinii' In for Kr'H'iTli'H nfoot. A
greiit ini'i-'luic wa -it 1 1 I t illmnia
road nml ways Hint moium, Sum l.mi
riixtiT 1n. k of It nil. !! hud n liill
drawn i-ii)mi rrliiK tin Imp.hI hi; of
binl for ron. I litiiMliiK to Hi" nnioimt
of $l.V,(HK nml put In cure of n friend
shrewd In mull mutters. The meeting
was n warm ono, mid tin iIIiiiimkIimi
took varied wide. Mont of tin "nm
W'rvntlvrn" were oiiom'i to lunula.
"Tux mill pny im we u"'' wn their ar
gument. 'Hint men nt "imtliluu doing."
After wetiry iirifmnciitu nml no appar
ent proirremi nn old mini nroxe, a tired
olil limn. Hptiitleret with rel mint from
lieinl to f'Mit, tila boots cnked with miiil.
tila trousers pnltitiM with It. In a
feeble voire mid Willi a df prcrutlnir
mniiiirr this nll iiiiiii hmIiI:
"Mr. 'liiilnuiiii, I live out u few miles
from towu. I Imve a little fnrm nud u
little nawmlll. I can't roiur to town
now In any other wuy tlniii nfHit. 1
mine to tlilx meri'liiiiit'a Htore (turning
to one of tin NtroiiRi'Kt opponent of
tile bond ImmUi-I mill bought II lf lilt (."
worth of RrorerlrN toiliiy. I will curry
them liomr on my bmk. It In the only
wny I rim take them home. Now, I
need more t tin n tJ.'i wiirlli of tlllligi
from IiIm Htore, nml If I could get to
towu with my ten in I could bring
enough ktiiOT Unit I Imve for mile In
one loud to pny for the Htore thing. I
Would like to Nee n good roml In fore I
ille. Mr. 'hull limn, must he going
aooii, for It 1h ii loiin walk through the
mud to my plm-e."
A Mllenrt fell Upon the iiMHcmhly. The
merchant wa atmshi-d. Then lie hliu
aelf aroiv and offered n resolution rul)
lug for the limiting of n hill to hum
thi i-oiinty. And the roinmittrc re
tired for live minute, when they rumu
liiick, nml the HpokcHinna, to Ijiikuh
trr'a nxtonllnnriit, rvud the draft of a
hill IhhiiIiik l.ond to the nmoiint of
The pHychologlcnl moment hud nrrlv
h1; he wiim Mhrewil rnoiiKh to know It
find htid iloulileil the HKreed upon 11k'
urrs. With no dHMriitlui; voh-u the res
olutlon rnrrled, the hill went to the e
luluture, the I Hindu were 1-oou-il. mid tliu
KMHl roilllM IIIOVI-IIIIMlt win on.
Nest -nnio the mntter of inntcrluU.
&ludUon county U without Ntoue. Lnn
cnntiT hunted for the Ih'hI nud found It
In IllltiolM. FrelKtit rutcn were ImpoHHl
Me. He "Maw" the men who iiiuuui,'t
the IlliiioU (Vatrul rullwny and hIiow
ed them that It' would pny them to haul
the Htono cheaply nml help him to de
velop the country there. They made a
low rate, and work hrtfuu. Tula atone
they mho la called tiovnculite. It U us
Lard an flint and ua nlinrp. It honda
?aHlly and weura exeeedlncly well.
When the work of road building be
jrau LauciiKter determined to relocate
much of the old way. Unit Kfadea
ahould be made lliit. that direct-
Deaa could be coiiNUicied. Naturally
be pnronutered much oppoHltlon lu
thin, but be hit: pntlent and iM-ralateut
and conciliatory na well he generally
accompllHhed that point. Many ram
bling old bill roada were abandoned
and direct II tics built In their atead.
The aim wnw that as one bill deter
mine what load may be drawn to
Jackaon there ahoald be no bill any
where. Heldom enn one aee as good
Krudca as he has k'vcii these roada.
They balk at neither tut nor Oil. They
re like the Inexorable roads of the
ItomniiH and have the nil me nlRulfl
cance. Not that there la money wasted; no,
not a penny in wusted, and tho utmost
efllrlency la Bought from laborers, from
teamsters, from materlul. They first
make tho grade, thru they follow and
make what they call a Hubgrade, or
led for the atone. This Is rolled down
hard with the atenm roller. It has a
aharp Nhoulder of "C to receive and
hold the atone. Next comes tho atone,
well wetted. And us It Is luld down
and apread It 1h well rolkd down; then
the rond la complete. Where there
are culverta to bo put In they are often
built of re-enforced concrete, with
wings of the eame material. It Is all
good, thorough work.
They havo now finished alxty miles
of road. The aim was at first to build
all the main roada out from town for
a distance of five miles. There were
nine 'principal roads, which with their
branches mudo aeventeen miles. Lntor
they will extend these roads to nlna
miles. Do not Imagine that this has
been done with poorly paid labor. Tlio
men get fl.25 per day, and the teams
re paid by the mile, so that they
must earn their mouey, but the basla
la S3 rer dny for man and team.
S. I . A ll TK'OM.
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TMPOl (ltHJ I
P f I.H.IlT
ii o tumow
A I'" M:
LKiMT & HARROW, Proprietors
Stwjvu aDotud tntiacrlba for
kla teu yayar, la ardar U gtt ail
Ua lacaj nnrm, tat U kf la Uuch
will U warld'i alAflT trantj
abonld kla raad
Tho Evening Telegram,
Tba iMtllaf mnl&f annrpayar af
tbt Fadflo Coajtt w&lca baa com
ltt AMdaUi PrM rvport val
tyacUl leMad-wir arrloa, with
carrMpendanU la Lnyertaat nawa
eenUn aal la all tha dtlaa and
principal Uwu f tha Ifarthweit
rartlaad and nkaras axa oorered
j a Vrih gtaff af rtportara, and
a 11 to rial, dramatk, aoclaty and
aptdaj vrltera. Baturday'a edi
tion consists of SI to SI pafea, and
haa oolarod oemlo pacta, aa wall aa
a dtpartmoat far chfliran, eolarad
faahloa para, aa latoroattnf aerial
atorjr and ether attractlTt featnrea
la addition U all the aewa of the
ahocrlptlon Katea: One month,
00 eenU; three months, fl.88; ilz
ryontha, $2.BI; twelre montha, IB.
Sample ooplaa mailed free.
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Clve Satisfaction.
OIVE8 RELIEF AT ONCE.
It. (iennsoM, Root lies, Lenls, and protects UiO
iliMcuNcd meinbriino. It ir.-s Cutarrli and
drives iiwny a Cold lu tli I load quickly.
Ueiitoros the Kennex of T(o and Smell.
I'jixy lo tut', (lont.iiin no i.,jiirioti8 dnij,.
Applied into tho notttril nud ulmorbod.
Iirgo Size, 50 cents at Druggets or by
ui.'iil; Trial Ki.o, 10 touts by niutl,
LU BROTHERS. S6 Warren St., New Yorv.
Notice to Hhecpmen : All Pollick,
an expert aheepshonrcr and a crew of
California aliearers are at my corrals
in Cum as prairie ready to go to work.
I have my corrals in excellent ahupe
tbia sprinjf anil tbe feed is better than
20- Mrs. Rosa McDaniela.
tw, ti, Iha Kind Yon Kara Always Boutf!
lb Leatfiof Paper of the)
a Pftddc Coast
TV Stn Fntndsco
The Weekly Chronicle
The vary eat vaakry Navapapar
pubiiane u tba aotlra WaaL
$1.50 a Year
larlarilna PMUn Is tar rt of Iht
Uuitwl iuim, Cuia sud Maxioo.
It ta eat bacauaa, baaldaa
printtnir all tha aewa of the world
eaoh vek In an Interesting way
and fully llluatratln; many
artlclai. It haa apaolal daparV
meata devoted to
, LIVc STOCK
Theaa are prealdsd orar Vy
aditora hartnf a thorough koowl.
edge of thalr epaoialtlos. Tha
pages devatad to A gr culture,
Horticulture, Poultry and Liva
Siook are wall llluatrated and
filled with matter of tha greateet
Interest te all eugaged Is theaa
tndualrtas, OTery II a a belag
wrlttea by Ihoae who are la eloee
touoh with ooaditioaa preralUof
en this CaaaL
SEND FOR SAMFLI OOPT.
It will aa east ba.
Do yoe ut Bm ChroaAsto
Showing the Ualtad States. Do
minion of Canada a4 Northani
Mezloe es oava atoe, aUF OF
THE WORLD, ereeeatiar te Ttow
la cse eoeiUaooea) aaaa, wtta afl
areaa In tnae anaorttoa- the ea
tire ewrfsee m iae Earth aa the
Se4 S3 a4 rat a
-woaajyreamo- aw erne yeaa,
peatace ptwsatd ea fctaa ad
The Dairy end lt
Only ta a tesr
blauka at the Examine
II you are thinking of organizing a
stock company see our new samples
oWall Struct enravoil atock certlfl
Subscribe for The Lake County Ex
aminer, if you want the newa.
D. K. Penner, the piano tuner, will
make hia aunual vlalt to Lakeview in
the near future. If your piano nceda
tuning, wait for him. 22 tf.
9 f v J f
Nolle- of Keatorat lon of t'liblie
Un.U to Hetllement. and Ki.try. De -
Im'trni'iit of tha interior, (ieneral
nnd (Mllee, VViiahiiiKtoii, I). C, June
1.1, l!xr7. Notice la hereby giyen that
I he pulille, buidg In the following de
acrllieil areriH, temporarily wlthdrnwn
on May ItJ and July .11, l!Krt, for for
ealry ptirprmen and adjoining the Fre
mont and (iooMe Lake National Koeata,
Oregon, and not otherwiHo withdrawn,
rexerved ot npproprinted, will by au
thorlly of the SecretHryof the Interior
tie reHtored to the puldin domain on
Heptember 2H, 1.M7, and become ml:
i. hi.., ,.,i . .. ..ii... 11..1
dute, but not to entry, tiling or Ki lec
II,... .,.,iii .fi....ii,.i,.i.,., h io.rr
under the iimiiiiI realrlct iotm,
nt the United Stated I .and
(Kllco at I.nkev lew, Oregon : In Town
nhiri twenty one (21). Uanue ten (IU),
Sei tiona one (I), twelve (Ylu thirteen
i i. f,..i in-, ii.... o-ii
t'i f iijiii irrn n;i 1 w i I. . ...
twenty-four CM), twenty-five (!i'i),
twenty-nix C-''i,i, tiilrty-llve ') and
thirty Mix C-V'i ! i'i TowiiMhlp twenty
three ('.) Kinine ten (10;, Hwtion
thirty hix i'.V'i) ; in Townxhl,i twenty
one (21), Kano eleven (II J, Kectioua
three :(; to ten (l')j, both inelimive,
the eoiiheiittt qiiiirtero' K-ction eleven
(ll)Houth half of twelve (1'ij. Hectiona
thirteen ( Hi to thirty aix (.'MS), both
ineliiHive: iri Towtmhip twenty-three
V- , iiiiuKu eleven (II), Lota ten (10;,
eleven (II). twelve (V2, thirteen (IHj,
fourteen (II), and llfteen (15) of Sec
tion thirty-one (-11); in Township
twenty one CZl), iiiiiik'e twelve (12;,
the went luilf of Section four (4), the
i!Hnt half and nouhwcnt quiirter of Sec
tion live (5;, MoutheaMt quarter of Sec
tion mix Section he veil (7), north
liHlf and aoii h- went iiunrter of Section
tltflit (), Sectiona eighteen (19), nine
teen (19), thirty (:M). thirty one (.'llj;
in TowiiHhip thirty two t'Sl), limine
fourteen ( It), the weHt half of Section
twenty aeven (27), aouth half of Sec
tion twenty eht (2Mj, eant Imlf of
Section thirty-two (S'i.i, all Section
tbiity three CXI), went half of Section
. thirty-four CM ) ; in Twnahip thlrty
j three f.'l-'li, Hane fourteen (11), the
went half of Section three (.), all Bec-
li....u I..... ii . , r. , ..l..l. iU,
nine (:), aixieen (tti) to twenty one
Oil l,,.l. I..,. I. .!,. oil l... II ..a
(155 i, Mouth half of twenty-nix (20;, all
thirty-four CM), thirty-five (35) and
thirty-six ('.Mi) ; in Townhip thirty
four (-4), ICane fourteen (14), Sec
tiona one (I), two (2), three ( ), eaut
half of four (4) and nine CJ), all ten
(10) to aixteeu (10), both iucluhive,
twenty-two (22), to twenty-eif?ht (IW),
both inclusive, . eat half of twenty
nine (2U), went half or thirty CK), all
thirty-one CM) to tbirty-aix (IMS),
both incluaive ; all Tow nnhips thirty
five (X), thirty aix CM), and thirty
He ven C-Vi), Kane fourteen (14 ); all
Towtmbipa forty (40) aud forty-one
(41, Kuiik'e fourteen and one-half
( 14 1 a ; inTownnhip thirty-three (:),
liaise fifteeu (15), aouth half of Sec
lion nineteen (ID), wet half of tweu
ty-heven 157, all twenty-eight, 2X, aouth
half of twenty-nine (IE)) all thirty (30),
thirty-one (31), thirty-two (32), thir
ty-three, (33), wet half of thirty
four (34); in Township thirty-four
(34), Iiune fifteen (15), weat half of
section five (5), all six (6), aeven(7),
went half of ei(;ht (8), all eighteen
(1H), nineteen (19), thirty (30), thirty-one
(31), thirty-two (32), west half
of thirty-three (33); in Township
thirty Hve (:k), Kange Qfteen (1&)
Sections three (3), to ten (10), both
inclusive, west half of eleven (11)
all furteen (14) to twenty-two (22,
both inclusive, west half of twenty
three (23), west half of twenty-six
(20), all twenty-seven (27; to thirty
four (34), both inclusive, west half of
thirty-five (35); in Township thirty
six (30), Range fifteen (15), Sectiona
seven (7), eight (8), sixteen (IC) to
thirty-six (30), both inclusive; in
Township thirty-seven (37), Range Uf
teen (15). Sections one(l), to twelve
(12). both inclusive, north half of
thirteen (13) and fourteen (14), all
fifteen (15)to twenty-two (22), both
inclusive, twenty -seven (27), thir
ty-three (33), both inclusive ; in Town
ship thiry -eight (38), Range fifteen
(lo). Sections four (4), to nine (9),
both inclusive, fifteen (15) to twenty
two (22), both inclusive, twenty-six
(20) to thirty-six (30) both inclusive;
in Township forty (40), Range fifteen
(15), west half of Section five (5), all
of six (6), and seven (7), west half of
eight (8), all sixteen (10) to twenty
one (21), both inclusive, twenty
eight 28, thirty-six 30, both incluisve;
in Township forty-one 41, Range fif
teen 15, Sections two 2 to nine 9, both
inclusive, all or eleven 11, sixteen 10,
twenty 20, both inclusive, west half
of twenty-one 21; in Township thirty
six 30, Range six
teen (10), Sections sixteen (16) to
twenty (20), both inclusive, north
half and south-west quartor of twenty
one (21), all twenty-nine (29), thirty
CM), thirty-one (31) aud thirty-two
(32); in Township thirty-seven (37),
Range sixteen (10), Sections five (5)
to eleven (11), both inclusive, thirteen
13 to seventeen 17, both inclusive,
twenty-three 23, twenty-four 24, twenty-five
25, thirty-five 35, and thirty
six 30;' in
Township thirty-eight. 38, Range six
teen 16, Sections oue 1, two 2, three
3, nine 9, to sixteen 16, both in
clusive, east hulf of seventeen 17, aud
twenty 20, all twenty-one 21, twenty-
three 23, twenty-four 24, twenty-five
2o, twenty-eight 28, tweuty-niue 29,
south half of thirty 30, all thirty
one 31, thiity-two 32. thirty-three
33, and thirty-6ix 30; in Township
thirty-nine Jt, Kange sixteen 10,
south null of Section twenty-four 24.
all twenty-live 25 and tbirty-six 30;
in Township thirty-five .v Range
seveuteen 17, west balf of Section
eloveu 11; iu Township thirty-six 30.
IHiige seventeen 17, north-east quarter
or bectlon one 1 ; iu Township thirty
seven 37, Range seventeen 17, south
half of Section fifteen 15, all sixteeu
10 to tweuty-two 22, both incluive,
twenty-seven 27 to thirty-three 33,
both inclusive; iu Township thirty-
eight 38, Runge seveuteen 17, south
hulf aud uorth-west quarter of Sec
tion three 3, Sections four 4 to teu
10, both inclusive, west half of eleveu
11, all llfteen 15, to twenty-three 23,
both inclusive, twenty-five 25 to thir
ty-six 30, both inclusive; iu Town
ship thirty-nine 39, Range seventeen
17, Sections one 1 to live 5, both
inclusive, nine 9 to sixteeu 10, both
inclusive, east half of Section seven
teen 17, south half of nineteeu 19,
all twenty 20 to twenty-aeveu 27,
both inclusive, thirty 30, thirty-one
31, thirty-four 34, thirty-five 35 and
thiry-aix 30; iu Towuship forty 40,
Kango seventeen 17, Sectious one 1,
1 .2 lr"a. '. !V.th"j "f '!,elv'
1 'f ' t hirty rmir '
nineteen ID; in Townnhip thirty x .
'Hi, Kniite t liftm-t n 1H, the aouth and
fifirth-ce-t qnurter of Section nix ,
fi ; In Totwifthip thirty elibt W, txue
eihtei n 18, aouth half of Hevtlon
three ;i, all ten l, aonth half of i In. .
en II, all thirteen fourteen II.'
fifteen 15, nix tee n fi, north en t'
o,uirtcr of twenty-four 'H, aouth hnl;
of twenty-five '! , twenty fix i!', and !
tenty-ieven 157, nil twenty eilit '2 ,
twenty-nine 'i'K thirty-one M, 1n
I'linr-niJi . iioiri iririnftive; in
jjoanahlp tb rty-nlne .8, Lanwe eil.
l,en in, nui-iioiiH one j, 10 vniriy iv i
1 32, both iricliiiive,. and north Imit
of thirty-five 35; in Township forty 1
40, Knnge eighteen 18, Sectiom five 5,
six (5, north half of seven 7 niideithtK,
iu Township thirty-eight 38. liunr
l.i, hections one 1. two 2.
three.'!, ten 10, tothirtyaix 30, both in
eltiHive; all Town-hip forty one 4 1.
Uango nineteen 19, not in tioo-e
Luke. In Township thirty-seven 37,
Kniie twenty 20, Houth hnlf of Sect
Ion nine 9, all sixteen 10, south Iml,
of seventeen 17, all nineteen 19, twen
ty 20, went half of twenty-one 21, all
twenty-tlve 25, to thirty-six .'MS, both
inclusive; in Township thirty-six !!0,
Itant'o twenty-one 21, went Imlf of
Section four 4: in Township thirty
seven, 37 Range twenty o'ne 21, Sections
thirty 30 aud thirty-one 31 ; iu Town
ship thirty-eight .'18, Range twenty
one 21, north-went quarter of Section
six (S, all sixteen 10, south half of
seventeen 17, all nineteen 15), twenty
20, twenty-one 21, twenty-three 23, to
thirty-six '.Hi, both inclusive; in Town
ship thirty-nine 39, Range twenty one
21, Section one 1 to eleveu II, both
incluhive, fifteeu 15, to nineteen 19,
both Inclusive, north hult of twenty
one 21, all thirty 30, thirty-one 31
an 1 thirty-two 32; in Township forty
10, Range twenty-one 21, Sections five
5, six G, seven 7, eighteen 18, nine
teen 19, north half and south-east
quarter of thirty .'SO, east half and
southwest quartet of thirty-one 31;
in Township forty-one 41, Range
twenty-one 21, Section six 0, north
hal! of seven 7; in Township . thirty
seven 37, Range twenty-two 22, north
east quarter of Section thirty-four 34 ;
in Township thirty-eight 38, Range
twenty-two 22, Section five 5, eust
half and southweat quarter of Section
seven 7, all eight 8, nine 9, fifteen 15
to tweuty-oue 21, both inclusive,
twenty-eight 28, to thirty-three 33,
both inclusive; iu Township thirty
nine 39, Range twenty-two 22, Sect
ious four 4 to nine 9, both inclus
ive. sixteen 10, seventeen 17. and the
north half of twenty 20; all aouth and
east, Willamette Meridian, Oregon.
Warning is hereby expresfcley given
that no person will permitted to gain
or exercise any right whatever under
any settlement or occupation begun
prior to September 28, 1907, and all
such settlement or occupation ia here
by forbidden Fred Dennett, Acting
Commissioner of tbe General Land
Office. Approved : Jesse E. Wilson,
Acting Secretary of the Interior.
Blue prints of any town
ship in the Lakeview
Land District can be had
by applying to the under
signed. All work up to
date. Checkings made
from the Land Of
fice Records at the time
the prints are made, work
As to tho Small Boy'e Clothes Dainty
In making clothes for a small boy
fussiness ia the thing to be avoided.
Simplicity Is the height of good form
for tbe little man as well as for the big
one. It Is upon material, cut and finish
that his clothes depend for their ef
feet Even from the time his first
short dresses are donned the tailor
made effect should be apparent
A good scheme Is to procure a suit
from a thoroughly up to date children's
outfitter and then copy It carefully at
home. After the first exnerlenco it w
easy to get along. The pattern ahould
be so perfect that no further fitting Is
The printed silk mulls are beautiful
thla season, aud the embroidered
batistes and Swisses defy descriDtlon.
The all white embroidered swlss Is al
ways modisa and serviceable. Some
of the flower figured Swisses are most
artistic. A tiny wreath of flowers tied
with a minute bow knot Is a favorite
design lu both swlss and batiste.
Tho dimities, organdies and. In fact.
all tho old favorites are prettier tb.nu
ever this season and will be used quits
us extensively as of yore. A 'snuff
colored spider cloth Is a novelty that
promises to become a favorite. It la
very sheer, although not transparent,
and Is of exquisite 6heen.
Hrowus ore fairly rampant in the
eeason'a millinery, aud manv of the
best Purlsian model hats for street
wear are of brown straw. Oue of
the prettiest is of brown Btraw with
shaded brown and yellow feathers and
browu velvet ribbon.
The picture shows a gowu for morn
ing wear in striped linen which is as
pretty as it is comfortable.
JUDIC CU0I.LET. ,
Lakeview Ore. Apr. IMI, 11H7.
Notiee in hereby xiven thht lit com
pliniiee with the provlMloiM of tha act
ot CongresM of June 3, IH",H, entitled
"An Act for the sale of timber lands
iu the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Land
Stafes by act of Auvuxt 4, 'I892, Wil
liam V. Miller of Paisley, county of
Leke, State of Oregon, has this day
filed in this office his sworn statement
No. 3020, for the purchase of theNE)
SK'4 Sec. 20, A NW4' SW'f of sectios
No. 25, in Township No. 34 S. Range
No. 18. E., W. M., ai d will offer
proof to show that the land sought ie
more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establinh hia claim to afd land I fore
Register and Receiver at Lftkeview
Oregon, on Tuesd.iy, the 9th day of
July, HOT. lie names as wit jeses:
A I. Farrow, WHI Farrow, Geo. Har
per of Paisley Oregon, and W. B.
Snider of Lakeview, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adver
sely the above described lauds are re
quested to file their claims In tble
office on or before faid 9th day of
1710. J. N. Watson, Register.
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United States Land Otllce, Lakeview
Oregon, Apr. 12, 1907.
Notice is hereby give" that in com
pliance with the provisions o tbe act
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in tbe States of California. Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,""
as extended to all tbe public land
stateb hy act of August 4, 1892, Thoov
as 11. ilumphery, of Klamath. FalU,
county of Klamat h State of Oregon,
has this day tiled in this office bra
sworn statement No. 3580. for tbe pur
chase of the IS'i NJi of Section Na
30. Township No. 34 S.. Range No. t
E., W. !., and will offer proof to
show that tbe land sought ia more vhi-
uable tor its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before tho
Clerk of Klamath County Ore. at bis
office at Klamath Falls on Tuesday,
tbe 2, day of July, 1907. He namee
as w ituesses :
Robert O. Horning, J. R. Horning,
Ed. Ecbtinaw, Isaac Voorehees, all of
Klamath Falls Ore.
Any and all persona claiming adver
sely tbe above-described lands are re
quested to tile their claims in this
office on or before said 2. day of July
16-10 J. Watson, Registe.
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NOTICE of restoration of nnbltii
landa to settlement and entry. De-
Eartment of the Interior, General
nd Office, April 20, 1907. Notld
is hereby given that the Secreti.ry of
the Interior has on April 11, 1907, va
cated his former order of July, 23,
1904, withdrawing tbe following des
cribed lands for irrigation purposes fn
counectiou with the Ana River Pro
ject, Oregon: Township thirty South,
Range Sixteen East, Section one;
township thirty South, Range seven
teen East, Section six. aud has order
ed that tbe aforesaid lands be restored
to the pul lie don aiu aud to settlmenfs
out not to becoue subject to entry.
tiling or selection under the Dublin
land laws of the United States until
Aucnst 12. 1907. at the United Static
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon.
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fflce, R. A. ilalliuger,
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