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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
Pinal froof Nolle.
Department of the Interior, Land
OBJoe at Iakeview, Oregon., Oct 1ft,
Notice is hereby given that Morris
II., Wlbtehouae, of Paisley Oregon,
tilts filed notice, of his tntentnn to
viftte Bnal Five year proof In support ,
othls claim, viz: Homestead Entry
tT.' 2788, made Oct :. 1 "U2, f or t he
HKU Nww ami ;s 's '4 wceiion i
' " . u 1 c 1, - 111 t MJ
Townsoip cv, ivnun" i', rt
and that said rroof will le made be
fore the Register and K''eiver, at
Lakeview Oregon, on 3Htb day of Nov
He names the following witoesea to
prove his continuous residence upon,
add cultivation of, the land, viz: li.
N." I'helop. Paisley Oregon. l. M.
Hrysn, Lakeview, Oregon, T. W. John-
on, 1'aisley, Oregon. A. w. uryan,
4t f .1. N. Watson, Keigster.
II yon are thlt .i. hi: f organizing
stock company oir new samples
oWall Strwt .urnved sttxk certlrl
Sutler paper nt The Examiner
tfieo. The 15e.-t made, nt (U.73 for
WO and ft 50 for liXX). tf
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Vs ' t i Tro;. r culti raS
( v .t.- .-. -.tici-es Xjir
: ; nor iltsap-
' t -t. tr"t cror
y lor over ,'
t.c.I Auuual VJJ-
V f . 7-aBBSfa
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRIAN, Proprietor.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a. ni.
every day but Sunday.
Returning, leaves Paisley
at 6 :30 a. m every day bu
PaMtr' ars t J RaoM trip It
OPPKt- Rovnold A WtncBelJ' rl
n m refill
TIMHKR LAM OTH R
United States Land Ofllce, Lake
view, Oropon. Sep. 3, 1007.
Notice is hertby piveu that in com
p!iauce with the provisions of the act
nt Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Laud
States by act of August 4, I8D2, Chris
topher Cm Caunon, of New Pine Creek,
county ot Lake, State of Oregon, has
this day tiled in this otllce his sworn
statement. No. 3770, for the purchase
of the Lot 1 Soc. 10, Lot 4, of Sec-,
tioa No. 20, in Township No. 41 S., !
Range No. 21. E., W. M., and will j
offer proof to show that the laud
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than fo argin ultural purpos
es, and to t'i-tabilli his claim to said
land before Register and Receiver at
Lakeview Oregou, on Saturday the
10th, day of November, 1007.
He iiHiiies as witnesses: J. L Can-
Don, Alferd Coones, Frank (iiitllth,
K A. Arnsdeu, all of New IMue Crtek
Any aud all persons claiming ndii
versely the above described lands are
requested to tile their claims in this
otlice on or lefore said Kit b day of
November. 1907. I
J.N. atsou. Register. 3610
Final Proof Notice.
Department of the Interior, Land
Otlice at Lakeview Orecon. Oct., 2J,
Notice la herebv given that William
T. Kinizey anoic Oregon, has
Bled notice of bis intention t make
Bnal five year proof in support of his
claim, viz: Homestead Kutry No. 2t18
made April 22, 1902, for the. SWi;
SE'4' SW)4' Sec. 19 aud NW-4
NW'ij' Section 20, Tifwusbip 37 S.,
Range 20 FL, W. M., and that said
proof w ill lie trade before the Register
and Receiver, at Lakeview Oregon ou
25th day of Nov. mber, 1907.
He names Ve following witnesses to
prove his continuous residecue upon,
and cultivation of, the land, viz:
Frank Wilson. Otto Hardisty, Minto
Hardisty, Chas. Galiher, all of Lake-!
425 J. N. Watsou. Register. !
by buying thU
high grade sew
Natfortal Sewing Machine C
N FRANCISCO, CAI
ACH1RV AT BELVICEaE. tu
Blue Prints Made.
I will make Klue Prints of any
tract cl land in the I.Hkeview Land
District, and do abstract work.
Oall ou or write V. B. SNIDER
Lakeview, Oregon. 4s tf
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MlasUslppl's Nw nator.
Ity defeating (lovprimr Vardamaa at
th recent primary rleetlotia In Mls
IsHlppI John Misrp WIIIUius, Demo
rrattc floor lender In the house, be
come the iioiuliiee of his party for the
enatorshtp. As 'slnHlppl U aaftly
DeiiKxTBtto Mr. uilllmns In sure of
election If he lUes I'Mig rnoiigli. At
the term of HiMinlor Mct.aurlii doo
not eiplre till ID M the reprenenlatlv
has ample tlma In which to prepare
for the tog.
The prospective senator, however, U
well equipped to lake Hie Jul) at a
motneut'a notice, having spent four
teen years In the lower house. Four
years ago he was rhoseti floor lender
of the minority and will doubtless re-
j tnln that leadership In the Klxtloth
I'ossessed tt a vnt fund of Infor
mation and a remly debater, Mr. Wil
liams Is rrrognlted as one of the wits
of to house. A g'X'd story tulles, he
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Hethlon lor Liquor License
We, the iiiidersiKnetl leul voters
I lulnlty I'recltuit, Luke ('oiiiitr.
j State of Oreunu, runpuetfully pi'tit'ma
j the Hon. I'onnty Court of l.nk.-Coua
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Co., Lake County L'liid & Livestock
Co., Warner Vall'-y Stix-k Co., (ieo.
W. Ma pes. Win W. I'.rown, (ieo. M.
Jones, (ieo. Ilauklns, S. II. Chandler,
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ni t w l .,u w-1. Hkuvfoimi. Presid't
Fixa.nci; Co.i.F. M. (Jiikkn
S. Ii. ClIAMX l.U
Lakeview Cigar Factory
A. Stohkmaa, I'rop.
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U. W. Furrow
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M. J. Henry '
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Lake County Examiner, Lakevi w, Oregon.
ECZKMA and PILECURE
FREE Knowing what It was to suf
fer, I will give FREE OF CHAIKiE,
to any ainlcted a positive cure for
Eczema, Halt Kheum, Erysipelas,
Piles and Kkln Diseases. Instant re
lief. Dont suffer longer, Write F, W
WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Avenue,
ew York. Enclose Htaruij.
ueward will be paid by the
LAke county Woolgrowers Association
to anyone giving information leading
to the arrest and conviction of any
person or persons changing the marks
tf trauds, or killing or moving any
deep oeionging to members of this
8. B. Chandler. Presidnt
J. N. Watson, Beoretary,
C. hi Campls-U
M. (Oil ley
T. W. Jo tin ho 11
J. D . Farru
S. I Siiylr.rd
W.H . Moduli
II. J. Kt unlt-y
S. H. lltiniHter
I mn, F. Watson.
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J. A. Dm m nt
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K. O. Lamb
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titute of Oregon,
County of Lake,
we .vi. u. Currior and H. Ha.,
Ister being first duly sworu iwooidiug
to law depose and say : That the fore
going petition contains the signitures
of an actual majority of the whole
number of legal voters ot Paisley Pre
cinct in Lake County Oregon, that
each of said signatures U lunti I rut
that each of the persons whose signa
tures are signed to said petition is an
actual resideut in said precinct at the
date hereof and was and bus been ac
tually a reisdeut in said precinct at
and resided therein at least thirty
days immediately preceding the riute
ne signed sal a petition aud also of the
tiling of the same.
M. C. Currier.
, 8. H. Uaiiinter.
Hworn to and subscribed tw.f 1 r a m ik
this 30th day of Heptember.
. .. . 4l A. A. Wltham
Justice of the Ponce Luke (Jo. - Ore
Notice, is herebv iiven Iimt ii,
undersigned will apply to the Hon.
uouniy court of Jtko County Htate
of Oregos on November Cth 1!J07, ft)r
a License to sell Spirituous, Malt
and Vinous Liquors in luss (inutilities
than one gallon in Paisley Product
Lake County State of Oregou, for it
period of Hlx mouths from the Sixth
day of Novombor A. D. l!HJ7
40 5 U. W. Cooley.
MIX SHAUr WILLIAMS.
oftcu regales his h.it rem with ho
momus Islr At tilt' ritd of one of hi
recent delmit Willi fiotrrnor N'srda
11111 11 he tsll.'it uImiiiI prlile.
"There Is s (tm-.-iii : lJ in.l.le prlil."
sld Mr. llllnnix. "sad there Is a
pride that H m-:in oud lodlernns. An
aged fltlxeli nf Viizno tefU of nu old
wuinnn wlinne piTile wan tt lite hitler
"This old woinna' lived In Yrknliliv
There wiih n fum-ritl one day tu the
next vlllugi'. hhe illd not attend It.
but a neighbor of hern wis there.
That night site railed on tin nclgMmr
"'Well, Nancy, I lunr yen wur nt '
" 'Yes, I wur, Nuni y n-pllrd
"What kind of n funernj tmr ll'f'
"'Why, It wor a wery menn sffnlr"
be said. 'There wor m lilitif a few
biscuit an' sli li ' .
"'All.' said the other old ouiaJ.
them's the sort of ways f duti't hold
to. I've lost 11 e. but t1):i(il; vln
I've borled 'rm till vlth 'urn."
A Vstsran 8a Fightor
Itenr Ad mint I ltd. ley D. I'..i- ,
nlnrly known us "Fight liig I:
probalily roiuiinind lite Mjj
wanthlps noon to ls s-nt
t'ncle Hn in's Interests In
ocean. Ite-fiitly Admlr.d I
nt the JsmeHtown expo :
s'pindrou In honor of t r -Crown
Prince Wllhelm -t
While there, so the stdVy g 'i.
outwltterl by one of his own ,ur
Among the Jurklcs "FlgtiUn !'
regarded as a martinet In tlie ui.t
of neatness of appurcl; etherwlse i'i'
Incident would not hiive- hiipetieil.
A iiuniUT of tho Juekles were given
shore leave, aud Admiral Mob nti- d
on the deck watcbbig the detail
It ' 1
8wtti llnKiriYiHi Han Always Boucfi
BOIILFT V. KTANS.
formed to go ashore. "Head that third
uinii lu the second Hue here," said the
admiral to an olllcer. "Is that tho
only pair of trousers yon hnvoV' asked
Bob as the sailor approached. "It
sir," said the man, saluting. "(Jo down
below and tell Ihe commissary stew
ard to give you a new pair aud don't
let me see you report for shore leave
with torn trousers again." The trou
sers were duly Issued without cost to
the seaman, and It developed later that
(bo man had purposely put on nu old
pair of trousers and placed himself
In a position where, he was bound to
be observed by the admiral In oMr to
obtain free "duds."