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Secretary of Navy
acretary o( Ai-u tiliur
Krretary ol roinrm rce.,
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Mto. B. forwlyos
Cbu. J. Bonairs
...K. A. Hitchcock
Melville w. Fuller
C. 8. Pension OoromlMloner
, . rt.S, Land Comralmtooet
r. A. Uoor
r. I. Pnubaf
C. 8. Moor
.J. H. Aci(rm
...J. R. Whitney
...... J. W.Hai'ey
( John M.Oearla
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H. I,. Bounon
John A. Liwvoek
11 r. MiJ
1 G. II. Men man
, . . . W . J. Moor
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN, Proprietor.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a.m.
every day but Sunday,
neturning, leaves Paisley
at 6 :X0 a. m every day bu
Sunday. Pserft' aralj Radtripl
OFFICE - Hevnotda Wlntfleld'a
Blue Prints Made.
t will make nine Prints of any
iract cf Innd In the Lakeview Land
District, anil do abstract work,
''all on or write IU. It. SNIDER
Utkevlew. Oregon. 4S tf
First class meals
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at all hour.
blanks at the Examiner
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tock com i weournew nami)Ie
oWnll 8tr- fturraved ntock eertiti
Batter at The Examiner
office. The U'st made, at fi7o for
500 end t4S for KXiO. tf
The Wall tnvt line of engraved
certificatH of stock and Bond blank
at the Exam I'.-r office. New sample
book receivf 1 Monday evenins- If
you want h i n-k certificntt'8 on
samples an; i; t our pricto. tf
Dutch lum-hat the Brewery Sa-
Uuited Stato Land Htllce, Lakeview
tron, Jhh. i l'.HVS.
Notice ia hendiy uivn that iu com
pliitnoe with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1S7S, ontilted ,
"An act for the calo t timber lamia
in the States of California. Oregon,
Nevada, and WarhiiiK'tou Territory,"
sis extended to all the t'ublie Land
Slates by act of Auuust 4, 1"12,
Willis .1. Mnlkey. of Cress well,
county of Lane, State of Oregon, has
Hied iu this ottice- his sworn state- I
nient. No. IftUo, for the purchase of
the Ijots 1, 2, ;l, , of Section No.
M. n Township No. 'M S., Kan tie No.
h' V. , NV. M., and will offer proof to
show that the Innd fought is more val
uable for its timber or tone than for
ark-riculturwl purposes, and to estab
lish his rlniin to said laud before
Comity Clerk. Klamath Co., at bis
olllce at Klamath Falls Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 15th day of April,
? He names as witnecsee: V. F. Reed,
Mattie It. Keed. Charles E. Mnlkey,
Arthur C. Oberlin, all ot Bly, Oreou.
Any and all persons claiming ad
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Timber Und .totter.
; United States Land Ottlce, Lt.kfl
'view, Oreuon, Oec. 1:1, iyo.
j Notice la hereby given that iu com
i pliaueu with the provisions of the net
cf Congress of June 'X 187S, entitled,
i "An act for the sale of timber lauds
' in the States of California, On-con,
j Nevada, und Wushiuifton Territory,''
i as extended to all the Public Laud
: States by act of Auk 1st I,
MaK'Kie C. litrtiard. of Lakeview,
county of Lake, State ot Oregon, has
jilns day tiled in this otllce his t-unm
' litateaient. No. IISH, for the purchase
of the SE quarter, NE quarter, K
half, SE (piarter, and SW miarter,
SHqiiHrter, of Section :), iu Tonn
Bhip:iHS., Eatine 21, E., W. M., and
9 ill nlfer proof to nhow that the land
I sought is more vuluuble for its timber
' or stone than for HKricultural purpos
1 es, and to establish bis claim to said
land before Ut-Kister and Receiver at
Lakeview, Oregon, ou Saturday, the
7th day of March, 1!W8.
lie names witneses: Otto Hardisty
Jas. E. McCoul, T. E. Bernard, U.
W. Hurdisty, all of Lakef lew, Oren.
Any and all persons, elaitniuK ad
versely the above described lauds are
requested to file their claims iu this
ottlce on or berore said 7tn day or
5110 J. N. Watson, Keglster.
Here a Oood Advice.
O. S. Woolever, one of the
best known merchants of Le Raya-
ville. N. Y. says: "If you are
ever troubled with piles, apply
isucklen's Arnica Salve. It enred me
of tbem for good twenty years ago,
Cures ever sore, wound, burn or
abrasion.' 250 at Lee ICeall's Drug
Tlmbrr l antt Mwtlrr,
United State Lsnd Ottlce,
lew, Oreuon, Oeo. M, 1IIU7.
Nut ice is hereby ulrru thst In com
pltanee with th provUluns of tbs act
of CouureM of June 3 IN7H. entitled
"An act for the sale of 1 1 miter lands
In the States of California, Oroon
Nevada, and Washlnuton Territory,"
as extended to all the 1'ubllo Land
Htstes vj set of August, 18i-JL, Harriet
O. Newell, of Lnkvlw, county of
Lake, Stste of OreKon, has this day
Hied In this ottlce bis sworn statement
No. :ist., for the purchase of the NW
quarter, of Section ItO, In Towushlp
;tSS., lUtiitn 17, K., W M., and will
olfer proof to show that the land
oiivht is inore valuable tor Its tlin
ler or ttmie than for aurlcultural pur
poses, ami to establish bis claim be
fore KctfMrr and Herelver at Lake
view Orexoti on Monday the -I day of
lie UNtints as witnesses: P. M. Co
ry, W. K. lUuittiernley, L O. Thotn
as, I'hii .Cliaudlet, all of Lakeview
A ii T snd all i ersoua claiming ad
versely the inn descrilxol bind are
reipiested to tile their ulallllS III this
oltl.o on or l ifoie fcald 2.1 (lay of
id-10 .1. N. Watson, Ketflster.
I ill! In I.HIOl llll,-
leartiuent of the Interior, United
Slates I.mji.I Ollice, Lakele Oteuotl,
Pee. :t. I'.KiT
NOllJKls liereby t;len that 111
compliance willi the no islnus ot the
net ot Conines ol .lone '1, IS7S, en
titled "An in I t I (he miIm oi timber
laiitls in the Stules ot Calll m la, tiro
Kfii, Nevinlii, and in-liliit mi Terrl
tory. " us f-Mceiled nil th Public
Land State- ly act ot AiiKot" 4. is'.C,
Nellie MeSliane, ot LiKevo, county
i t bnUe, Stiite nt (lii-cnii, lias this
il.iy llled iu this olllce Ins svM'i ii state
iiii-nt. No tur t 'in pir chase of
the l.t. K'.. ot Seel Ion .No. 12, In
Townliip No. ."IS K , Kani.e No. Id, E.,
V. .M., und will oiler plot I lo show
(li.J I hi- I. in I i-oiilil i mole valuable
foi its I imber or hi one than lor iiyrl
cultural puipnses, and to e-lal lisli Ills
claim to nilil bind l eiort- Kekister and
lo'ii lii i nt Lakevieu Oreuon, on I'll
day, tin lllli day of I'elirilai y, I'.HIS.
He names ns It iii-sen ; .1 amen
MeSliane, Frank llutcheiis, of lnke
view Orek'oti, John St uoit, o' Iloiian
a, Oregon, tieorce llliioiii.nk.'i'aiiip, of
Any and all persons ,-laimiui; ad -ver-eiy
the above described landa are
reiitcl to tile their claims in this
olbce on or li-tore sal t 4th, day of
rsi--i. .1. N. Watson, Keiister
I ii 1 1 ju-ii t of the lutt rlor, Uuited
States Land Olllce, Lakel lew, Oregon,
Pec. 7, i:7.
Notice is hereby k-lven that In com- ,
pliauce with the piovlsioiis of the act
of t onttt'-s ol June .'1, S7M, entitled, i
"An net fur the sale of timber lauds'
lit the States of California Oregon I
Nevada and Washington Territoiy,"
as extended to all the Public Laud j
States by net ot A iiust'-l, V.'2, Mill-
n le a. blunt, or l.akevle. county or
Luke, Statu of Oeruou. has this day
tiled iu this office his sworu htateinent.
Nil :ts-JH, for the purchase of the SV
ipiarter, NE quarter, W. half, SE
quarter, and SE quarter SW quarter,
of Section No. 21, in Township No.
:I7 S., Kaiik'e No. PI E., W, M., und
will olfer proof to allow that the land
nought is moie VNlualile for its timber '
orsti-ue than for agricultural purpor-es, '
and tu establish bis claim to said land 1
la-fore Ki tfift'T and Km-civer at Lake
view Oregon, on Wednesday, tho 201 h
(Ihv or l ehruary, i:him.
He names as witnesses : John St I mi t
of JJominz.i, dreutiti, l. V. Malloy,
Lena F. Malloy, V. P. Llnht, of Uke
.' uy and all peiaons claiuiinir ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to tile their claims iu this
otllce on or before said 'Jtith day of
Feby ,l!OH. j
fjo 10 J N. Watson, Keyifter. ;
Tim In-r l.aiol oller
United States Land Olllce, Lakeview
tlreon, I lee. nth, 11H T. j
Notice is heri-by Ki'eu that in com-
pliauce with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June ', 1H7H, entitled !
"An act for the sale of timber lauds I
In the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,"
tut extended to all the 1'uliilc Land i
Ststes by act of Aouost -I, IHlrJ. j
lJurr I.. McMurtin, of Lakeviev;,
nunty of Lake, State of Oreuon, has
this day filed In this ottlce
Lake- PEOPLC OF TilE DAY
A Vsttran Ptdsttrlan.
Ave seems to sit Hnhlly " the shoflb
Jrrs of Edward I'syson Weston, and
tluio appareiitly ha tn effect on his
marvelous power of physical endur
ance. At the aire wf slty nine the fs
inous pedestrian hit proved that he Is
Just as Bond a walker as ever he was
and Incidentally that the ommi sir Ufa
that he advocstps Is the true conserva
tor of youthful slreuu'tli.
Weston Is undoubtedly the ureatest
pedestrian that ever wnlked and had a
great voitue su'iue year nir. "Is re
cent walk to Chlenau frmii Portland,
Me., was s duplicate of a feat of for
ty year '. From the enrly sixtr"
to the late clKhtle he walked almost
conllniiously tu public exhlbltlotm snd
In his day made s lot r money. In
1S77 he made s mutch with Pan
t ' i ',;-Vf"'s' "1
ruwAim I-AYSOM WKSTOK.
O'lary, then regnnled ns Hut greatest
of laslestrlaiiH, for n l-lt itlveii by tIr
John Astley. Nenrliu the end of tho
six day race he was twenty nix miles
U-hliid O'l ary mid pullwl up elk'hten
miles on hint, when he was Induced to
leave the track. Afterward It was
learned that o l-nry was ready tu give
I up the race had Weston kept on at the
time. They finished n'lenry r.'JO miles,
Weston .MO, at the end of 112 hours.
Two years later he walked 2.l miles
In a thousand hours and In the saiuo
year won the Astley Is-lt from Mower
Prow n. tnakliiK t: miles In HI hours
Wl minutes. In ivi he walked nifnlil
ak'alnst o'l.eary In a match und drove
the latter from tho tr;tek.
Two of a Kind.
Miss Hilda England, the youiik Swetl
Ihh actress, whose reuiarkiible portray
sis of Ibsen and Ktrludhcrg role have
brought her International reputation,
was recently the center of n party f
women In a little restaurant on tho
cast fide. I luring the course of tho
dinner stories went round, nnd Miss
Englund told some Incidents of her
apprenticeship upon the Ktage at Htoek
holm under (lie personal direction of
that great actor. August Lymlla-rg.
LyudU-rg was itu august pcrsou and
a strict dliclptlnarlan. One day a
young actor who had already Is-en tho
victim of several reprimands and se
ver seoldlugs came in very late. lie
was haggard. disheveled and showed
plainly that he had Is-en drinking. In
a very dignified miiuncr l.yudhcrg,
who had been watehlng fur him, up
proaehed nii'l said Iu Impressive tones,
Er er-Is-eu on a drunk again."
"So have 1." responded the young
srtnr quickly. iloheiulau.
Congrestm.in Carter of Oklahoma.
The admlsslou of Oklahoma to tho
sistethiMid of states adds live repre
sentative and two senators to the rolls
of congress. Four of the new retire-
hia sworn I seutatlvcs sud lioth of the senators are
statement, ISo. JH.o, tor the purchase ' Democrats, but this fact doc not
of the NE ouartor. NW ouarter. W
half, NE quarter, ami NW qaurter,
SEIquarter, of Section 'M, In Town
Ship :$H B., Kango In, K., W. M-, aud
will offer proof to show that tho land
sought is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural
fmrposes, and to establish bis claim
o sii id laud before Register and lie
ceiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on Thurs
day the 19th day of March, 1908.
He names as witnesses U. U. Price,
C. O. Metzker, J. H. Auten, O. W.
llardlsty, all of Lakeview, Oregon.
Any aud all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to file their "claims in this
ottlce on or before said l'Jtn day ot
6110 J. N. Watson Register.
The regular price of these 4 great publicatr -'-s is
SUBSCRIPTIONS, NEW OR RENEWALS, TO ANY OF "THE BIG
FOUR MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME.
SEPARATE SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE MAGAZINES WILL NOT BE
THE? FOUR PUBLICATIONS MUST BE SENT TO ONE ADDRESS.
Lake County Examiner, Lakeview, Oregon
Tiaaber Uind Kottee
United States Land Office. Lakeview
Oregon. Deo. 13th .1907.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
o. Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
1 An aet for Dia sale of timber lands
o the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory.
as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August L 1892,
Anita Boyd, of Lakeview. County
of Lake, State of Oregon, has this day
filed In tbisotnee bis sworn statement,
No. 3851. for the purchase of the W
half. E half of Sec. No. 18. In Town
sniD No. 37 H.. Range No. 17 E.. W.
M ., and will offler proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for
ita timber or stone than for agrlcui
tural purposes, and to establish bis
claim to said land before Register and
Receiver at Lakeview Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 17th day of March, 19'JH.
lie names as witnesses: w. it. uoya,
Zack Wbitworth. George Lynch,
Frank Howard all of Lakeview Oregon
- Any and all persons claiming adver
selv the above described lands are re
quested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 17th day of
5210 J. N. Watson, Register
change the political complexion of Un
cle Ham's big legislature, both branch
es still remaining strongly Republican.
The house of representatives In the
BUileth congress comprises 801 mem
Timber Ijvad Jlivtln.
Depsrtnieut.of the Interior United
States jLand Ottlce Lakeview Oregon,
NOTICE Is hereby given that Id
compliance with the provisions of the
act of Congress of June 3. 1878, en
titled "An act for the sale of timber
lands in the States of California, Ore
gou, Nevada, and Washington Territo
ry, " as extended to all the Public
Land States by act of August 4, ib'J'i.
Janes MeSliane, of Lakeview. county
of Lake, mate or Oregon, bas this
day filed in this office bis sworn htate-
nient, -No. MHi, for tne purchase or
the SWli of Section No. 6. in Town
ship No. 38 8., Range No. 17 E., W.
M., and will oiler proof to snow that
the laud sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricul
tural Dur poses, aud to establish his
claim to said land before Register and
Receiver at Lakeview Oregon, ou Mon
day the 17th day of February, 1908
lie names as witneses: Nellie Mo
Shane Frank llutchens of Lakeview
Oregon, John Stindt. of lionauza Ore
gon, Oeorge liloomiugcamp of bly,
Any nnd all persons claiming ad
versly the above described lauds are
requested to file their claims in this
otlioe ou or before said 17th day of
DO 10 J. N. Watson, Register
bers, 223 of whom are Republicans,
giving a majority of 65 on a party
vote. In the senate the disparity Is
even greater, tho Republican togo
wearers outnumbering their opponents
nearly two to one.
Much Interest attaches to the delega
tion from the new state and particu
larly to Charles Carter of Ardraore,
formerly In the Indian Territory. Mr.
Carter Is a quarter Chickasaw Indian
and also bas awte Cberokee blood. lis
Is a prosperous farmer and stockman.