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Ori'tfoii, !. 20. lll'i ,
Notion l liaraby t Ivhii ti
illaiioa wild dm provision
or (HnigruM of Juna , IN
"An not for tha sain ol tl
in tha Htataa or California
Nevada, mid Washington Ik i
extendi'd to nil thn I'nl i.
tStatas by act of Autfuat 4,
Thou K Mfnmr.l, of I,.,
county of Laka, Statu of On
thin lity filed In thU ollliv i.
tatetiittnt No IIK75, lor the i
of thn N half, NH qnarlnr, i
tr, Nh quarter, mil NW q 1.1
iaiirtr, ol Section IW, In T
!W K, Kanun 21 K ., W M , ..
olfnr proof to show I tin I i m
ouuht In mora vaiuabln for It ll.iilmr
or atono limn fur agrl ul rl pur
poiwn, and to CHtabllxh III i !m i to
an ll Und Imfurn Iti-iMer nn-i !("' nt-r
at Laknvle Oregon, on i' .i-my,
tlM '.tilh il.iy or March, I'JiiH
Hit nniii nit wltiipiti' : 'lit 1 1 r -dimly,
vlrCoiil, Maggli li.iiiaut,
J. I). Venutnr, hII of t.akavli' unguu.
Any mm I ill I'lTHitim clalr lug mI it-
VO (lUHCI llMKl llllllM
1 1 'lit
.tlv I f... l i .... .l.i..lt'llujl lllllllM Mill ft'
ium i ! flli th,tr claim In tht Jmfi Hery Hums
. Imliirn mhKI Milli ilMT Of i n"H"ut
J. N.Watmni .' nntvr.
tVtlUOM lrLljar I Irrna-
IN THH COUNTY COURT Or THK
STATE OK ORMON FOR LAKE
W. '.. Mom A Hurry Roberta)
partner doing huaiunaa tin-)
dnr tha firm naum rod style)
or M"h & Roberta, )
for Im-nmt to )! uplrlt-) Petition
noun, limit Mini viuoua 11-)
quors at North Warner Pre-)
clnct, Lake County Oregon. )
We tbe underalKand, resident and
lHl voters of North Warner Precinct,
Luke County. Oregon, respectfully
petition that tlia Honorablit County
Court of iHld County and State (rrant
a lice line to W. Z. Moms and Harry
Roberta, partners doing businaas tin
dor the firm inline and style of Mom
A Robert to aall spirituous, Dialt and
vinous liquor, anil ferniantt'd cider
commonly known a bard cider, In
iiantltla lean than one gallon, at aald
North Warner Precinct In aald Lake
County, O agon, for the period of
Mix in on tlm.
1 imlxt Nolle.
Uiiiw I ', iIi-h Lau I Olllce. Lakeview
Onvi.u, t 1. 17 1IH)H.
Nollr i l linroliy given that m t'oili
.ihiii'. ltti the (.ruvUloiiit . iho net
if ('oiiKri-m Of Jtin :i, IH7H. t-iil It I t
"An net lor thn nl of tl nln-r l.ni'U
In the HtHli" of Cnliioriilx, Or. oii.
Ncvmlii, hil l WnxliliiKton I '-nilury, "
n oxiniili'il to nil i lin I'ol.lii1 I.hiiiI
Ht.it''i I'V ni't of Anuuxt i, IX'.i'J.
John O, Vh.I. ii, of Illy, couiilr of
in inn t li. Hint" of I li(oii. i.itl.i lay
fl l'il In I In ( Itll'O lila mop. i t.'i'o -. I
No. .'I'M, i.r t' iiurcliiiMi' i.i It. i N
Imi . Srt iiiiirlrr, nii'l N tinlt, SKunr
tor, lull H, iu Tmwi-i!i. M H,
iCmn- i I '. . W. M , and a ill utti-r
.IMlt Ul KlIllW lllllt Mill l.lllll I- UL'Ilt
ninrx vii iinlilu (or Hi tliiili-r ir hI'hio
tliuu for mi ti'iilt urul iiii iohi'm, iiml to
4Htlltlll. nil! clllllll til Klll'l In .. I l..''i.ro
KiuiMlr iiml IIimi'Ivit lit I .ak i'v nw
On-Kon. mi Turn. In v tlm Ilth ilny of
Iln minion an ItnHHOH : K. L. Wood,
I.. L. Aiiilornon, .1. I.. adiMi, (J
AuilorMon. nil of illy Ori-k'oii.
Any mi l nil pormiiK i'IhIiiiIiik al
vor-vlv Hoi aoove (Ii'hctIIjo.I IhihIm urn
r.iu -t-1 t.i fill) their cluiiiiH in thin
ilti.'o o. i or lioforn inild 14th dny of
April, .tl X.
I -ii J. N. Wntiion, Ki'yltir.
I lluhi-r I.hiiiI olli-..
U.iito '. .-.iiitoM Lnu I (Jltlco, Lnkiiviow
' iroco -.. Hoc. TJ, r.7.
Null i horoliy ulvon tlmt In com
i.li.iiii'i- i lilt llio i.rox ImIoiih of tlm act
f (.'..nio-n of June .1, 1H7M iltlocl
"An nrt tor the hhIh of I Imi. or ImiuIh
In tin St h ton of CulifornlH, Oroion.
Nevada and Wnhiiiuton 'lorrltory, "
an oxtou.loil to all the Piilillc Lmul
Htntoa iy act of Autfimt I, IH'.CJ,
Knrnh 1'. Wooil. oi-k, of Lnkoviow.
roiintv of Ijiikti. HtntH of Orok'on. fm
thin ihr lllod in tliin oltU-n hin nMorn
ttttiMiiont, No. :W17, for thn purchime
of tlm NK ipmrtor, of HiH'tiou in, In
rowunhlp :w H., lUnite. Ill K . W. M .
Mini will olfor proot to nliow tlmt the
laud -oiiirlit in more viilual.lu for itn
tlinlmr or dtoiiii t tut ii for uurii'iilturul
piirponuK, hihI to i ciiililthli hirii-lnimlo
niiil hind hoforu Kilxtor ami Koroivor
Hi Iikovlow On t'oii, on WoiIiiohiIhj-,
the ilth ilny of Manh, 1!H
Ha naiiioa an w ituoxiicM : (ioo Lynch
I'Vnuk Toler. M. K. Hnrnon. Aldiu
Tolor, all of Lakoviow Ori'Kon.
Any an. I all pornona cliilmiiiK advtr
io I y thn nliove iloHfrib id hiu Is nro rn
iieNtod to fllo their cliiiinn in thin
ofllcii on or Ixifore hiiM Ilth day of
W K) J. N. Wafnmi Iti'k'Utor.
(JliiUd StutoH l.iiiil mtlco. Lakoviow
)r-on, .Ian. 'J-'i, V.
N'oti o in horeliy kivcii that in coin
filiancn with thn provihioiiH of the net
W. II Houefloi
Jack A horn
I). A. Kholfer
t). M. Kiimcano
Dick O. Mahouey Philln D. O'Connor
K. O. Walkor L. L. h'orlaa
Otto Korloln W. K. Kchuater
W. K. Hi-aiiiiiion P. II. Taylor
Jniiion I). O I'onnor Donnln Ponlvan
of Cuiik'rowH of June :t.
"An act for thn tu K of
in tin Staton of ('iiliroruU.
r lnu In
Nevada, and Wanhinuton Iotntory,
aa oxtondoil to nil tlm I'ulilii; Lund
Staton liy act of Autttiat i, 1WJ,
Carriti P. Jouua, of Dnlim, county
of OuIIiih, State of Texa. iiun life. I in
thla olllce hia aworu alutouiont. No,
roil, for the purehiiHO of the NH iuur-
ter, Nn unrl or, N hair, M'. quiii tor,
eo. 'Ji) and NV iiinrUr, NWiuartor,
ofKoctiouNo. 21. in Townnhip No.
M H., KatiKO No. !ii R, V. M., and
will olfer proof to hIiow that tho laud
outit la mora valiinlilu for its timbor
or atone than for aurlcultural pur
poena, and to eatahlinh hia claim to
aid land befoie County Clerk of Kla
math Co , at hia otilce at Klamath
Pal In, Oreuon, on Saturday the 11th
dav of April. 11KW.
lie namen aa aitneaea : Wm. Laahua-
way F. II. MlllB, llamiltou Mulkuy, J.
T. J oh nn ton, all or Klamath l alla, Ore
Any and all persons olalmlnit ad
veraoly the above described lands, are
rtxiuentod to tile their claima Id this
tllce on or before aald 1Kb day of
ft-10 J.N. Watson Resclator.
A Bplirtkilea for W rasl mc rrraalta
NOTICE Is hereby fflven that all
applications for perniita to :(frar.e ca
J. II Turpi
11 C. Curry
. II. Canterbury
C. II. Polio
Noleu H. Curry
W. J. Verllntf
(1. II. l'eiiilletoii
"J. II. Hrown
W. W. I'nrrlH
J W, Pino
State of Ori'Kon)
Count v of Lake)
1, II. D. Holiertn beiim flrnt duly
nworn, depone nod trny, Hie forego in
pet it Ion coutaiiiH the namen of an a
tniil majority of tlm whole number of
lotfiil voters of North Warner nreclnct
Lake County, Oregon; that each sift
nature thereto In iienuine ; that eac
iierNoti tthoHe ii ii ma in aiuued to said
petition in, at the date hereof, an ao
1 1 1 h I reniiient of aald Proclcnt, and has
actually resided l'i Maid precinct to
more than thiity dnyn next Imniedi
ately precoe lliiK thn date on whic
ho niunoil aaid petition.
H. 1). KOHKItTS.
Siilmcried anil sworn to liefore me
lhU 2S dav of Jituiiary. l'.HW
J. M. llutchelder,
NOT I CM
In hereby clvon that thn under
niKiied, Moaa . Kobertn, petitioners
In the forcKoiuit petition, will apply
to the County Court of Lake County
Oregon, on the 5th day of March, i:w,
for a llremtn to aell Hpirltuoua, malt
and vinous liipiuora iu less ((uantities
t tut ii one Kullon, at North Warne
precinct Lake (nnity, Oreou, f
thn period of Six months.
5 r Moss Si Kotiorls
J I.AKKVIKW KKHKK A If I.OlMiK So. 21,
l.o. t. K , an'ots llio Swiiiel ii.l Kuurtli
S Krl.lii of oni-li in.'iiili In I. O. O. K. Hall.
N Mr. Me llalli-y Not.!.- limnj
Mr. Alli' MuiilliiK Vie
j. Mr. M. I. Mima HoorcUry;
. Mr. L. J. Mitiillliin Tn-anurrr.
y. s,s s,.s.
Timber lnd Nolle.
horses and ahnep
C7503B;ILAKR ?or FREMONT
TIONAL FORESTS, during tho Bea
con of 1908, must be filed la my office
at Lakeview. Oregon, on or bofore
Maroh 1, 1908. Full informatiou la
regard to grazing fees to be charged
mad blank forma to be used la making
applications will be furnished upon
41m GUV M. INGRAM, Super mosi
CHAS. E. RICE,
Musician and Director of
the Lakeview Citizens' Banl
LAKEVIEW I.01HJK, No. 63, I. 0. O. F.,
maauavsrv Baturdav uvunlnvin Odd Kcl-
K lows' Hall at 7:U. (rum Oulobsr 1, to
April 1, and at s from April 1, to Ucto-
vuw i. m
Korea Bailey Nobla Grand; W
K. Y. Cheney Swrelary. M
United St nt es Lund Olllce, Lakeview
Oreuon, Dec ISI T.HI7.
Notice is heiehy k'lven that in coin
p linnet! with tlio provisions of the act
ot Congress of June 3, 1H7S, ntitlfd
An net for tho sale of timber binds
in thu States of California, Oreuon,
.Ni'Viiila, iiml ashiiiuton lerritory,
us extenileil to nil tliu Puiilii) Lam
States by act of August 4, 1S1I2, Lydia
A Koss, or Ijiikoview, couuly of
Luke, Statu of Ori'Kou, has this day
filed in this ollica his sworn statement
No. :t874, for tho purchase of the N
halt, hh quarter, and Lots 3 and 4 of
Section ZJ., iu Township 1)7 8, Knuge
17 K., W. M., and will olfer proof to
show that the laud sought is more
valuable for its timber or atone thnu
ror ariculturnl purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said lauds before
Register and Receiver at Lakeview
Oregon, on Friday the 27th day of
He uamea as witnesses: Clayton O.
Kisseii, ian uodsti, ueo. Lynch,
Rosette Downey, Luther A. Asoougb,
l rea u. lioss. ail or Lakeview Ore.
Any and all persona claiming ad
verseiy ttie above desert bea lands are
requested to tile their claims in this
office on or bofore said '27th day of
1-10 J. N. Watson, Register.
.1. II. looy
W. K. Kinljrey i
W. It (irinel'
SALE 'of timber, Washington, D.
0., January 8, 1908. .Sealed bids
marked outside "Did, Timber ( Sale
Application, December 2, 1907, FrT
mont" and addrassod to the Forester,
Forest Servloe, Washington, D. 0.,
will be reoelved up to and including
the 21 day of February, 1908, for all
the merchantable dead timber stand
Ing or down, and all the live timber
marked for cutting by the Forest offi
cers, looated on a designated area In
approximately the W)tf Seo. 31, T. 26
8., K. 13 K., W. M. within the Fre
mont Natonal Forest, Oregon estima
ted to be 1300,000 feet li. M. of yellow
pine, log soale, more or less. No bids
of less than IX BO per thousand feet B.
M. for all merchantable dead and live
saw timber will bo considered, and a
deposit of 1200 must be lent to Geo.
E. King, Fiscal Agent, Forest Ser
vloe, Washington, D. 0., for each bid
submitted to the Forester. Timber
upon valid claims Is exempted from
sale. The right to reject any and all
bids is reserved. For further infor
mation and regulations governing
sales, address Ouy M. Ingram, Forest
Supervisor, Lakeview, Oregon.
46 E. E. Carter Acting Forester.
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
Cam ea I Sayings Pram (he Up ef the
Teacher Donald, why art yon
scratching your hcnI?
Small Donald 'Cauxe I'm the
only ono that knows whore it itches.
Littlo Elmer Mamma, please)
five me another lump of sugar for
my colTce. I dropped mine.
Mamma Where did you' drop it,
Little Klmer I dropped it in
tr in my colTce.
Little Allen Papa, has every
body got a soul ?
I'apa I suppose so, my son.
Little Allen Well, papa, do you
think you could open your mouth
wide enough so I could look down
your throat and see if yon have one ? ;
Ono morning. Undo lie - was en- j
gaged in nhaving himself, and his
small nephew was an interested
'Clarence," said his uncle, "don't
you want mc to shave you too?"
"No, uncle," replied the little fel
low. "My whickers ain't ripe yet."
"Mamma," unid little John, "where
do good little hoys go?"
"To heaven, dear," replied his
"But I rr.enn when they are alive,"
said t!.e little fellow.
"I , don't know," answered the
mother. "I suppose they stay at
"I thought maybe their mammas
took 'cm to tho theater sometimes."
The aukurajimu, or Japanese rad
ish, is as formidable as its name. In
shajic and foliage the trnkurajima re
sembles our long American radish.
There the similarity ends. In Ja
pan thc-e vegetables grow to a
weight of thirty pounds. The flavor
of the Fakurajima is similar to that
of our own rudUh, but is more deli
cate. The flesh is far superior to
that of the native product, being
like an apple in color and texture.
The sakurajima can be sliced and
keeps well. A single small radish
will Ik sufficient to furnish a meal
for an average family. The partic
ular advantage of tliix product is in
the fact that it may be eaten at any
time after the vegetable has proper
ly formed until it has fully matured.
Marv and lcwis Theiss in Good
A singular and very interesting
and useful institution has lx'cn es
tablished in the little city of Tarare,
near Lyon, France. It is a myco
logicul bureau, where expert judg
ment is furnished concerning mush
rooms brought to it for examina
tion. The country round Tarare
abounds with mushrooms, many of
which are poisonous. Since the es
tablishment of the bureau nobody
buys mushrooms which do not car
ry its ticket of identification and
guarantee, and all the country peo
ple from miles around bring their
mushrooms for examination. One
surprising result has been the dis
covery of scores of excellent edible
mushrooms which before nobody
dared to touch.
lo Cure a coid n One Day
fake LAXATIVK UKOMO QUININE
falilels. All ilrui;iitH relund the
money if it (ails to enrn. E. W. Grove's
ifmature is on each box 25c.
United States Land Olllce, Lake-
view, Oregon, Jan. 30, 1908.
xsotlce la hereby glveu that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Con uress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
In the States of California. Oregon.
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
aa extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892,
Chester r. Studley. of Lskeview.
county of Lake, State of Oregon, has
tiled In this olllce bis sworn state
ment. No. 3969, for the purchase of the
SW quarter, of Seotiob 26, la Town
ship 38 8., Range 17 E., W. M., and
will offer proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or atone than for argicultural pur
poses, and to establish bia claim to
aald land before Register and Receiver
at Lakeview, Oregon, on Saturday
the 18th day of April, 1908.
lie namea aa witnesses: Ueoree
Lynch, Fred L. Rosa, Wm. J. McKee,
K. K. Woodcock, al of Lakeview
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to file their claima In this
office on or before aald 18th day of
J. IN. Watson, Keglster. 010
Department of the Interior, United
Statea Laud Office, Lakeview, Ore
gon, January 22, 1908.
NOTICE is hereby elveu that the
State of Oregon baa, under the acts
supplemental and amendatory thereof,
made application for the following
described unappropriated, non-mineral,
surveyed public laud aa indem
nity for losses to its grant for common
sobool purposes, towit:
List No. 245, for the SW quarter.
See. 35, T 2d S., R. 18 F, WM.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above lands are requested
to file in this office taelr said claims
on or before the 21st day of March,
66 J. N. Watson. Register.
gW MH ..ll'l'iM II M wfi mil, m n n q F i mnu ,,n
The Kind Tow Have Always Bought, and which has been
In uae for over 30 mm, had borne the Klsnatnre of
ha bex-n made under hia pcr-
supervision since Ita Infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitation and Jnst-aa-irood" are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
InfanU and Children Experience against Experiment.
I Fmi Bptiat Church or 'loxw
1 at New Tine Creek. Orrgnn. -
FrenchlngWrvlcf sat ll:oclock A M
! nndi7:no p. M. on each Sunday of
Ktinday KchiKtl at lO.oclock A. M.
Prayer Service at 7;.T0 on Wednes
day evening of encb week.
All are cordially .Invited to attend
J. Hayden Howard, Poator.
What is CASTORIA
OaatorlA la a harmless (substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Irope and Soothing: Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo
fiubatance. Its age In Its froarantee. It destroys "Worm
and allays FereriahneHS. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and liowels, giving- healthy and natural sloe p.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature
I, II 1 1 ilM I UllltHH I M m HIT i.
pftoeuRCQ and otrrNnen. F
amwin 'irph'.tu. f.r .p.Tt p.... .1 tun!
tfrmm milYte. how to 0AMim lmM. t ,
"WIIM, N ALL CC'HTr
mnmry mn4 nflm Ike falrni.
fittnl aits' InfrUftRwit f .
Wrlta or anm t o. M
St SIM Stent, 9Pf. Vmv
Poat & King have the beat grade
ot liquors and cigars to be' found In
Blanks (or final proofs, De-wrt proot
'.inber land final proofs and blank alH
lavits (or applications for readvertiae
tnents .blank witnes' affidavit, etc at
The Examiner offire. tf
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THK CCMTtua CeUMTi TT MMH TrT. new OM BIT.
if ii i the nmip.H
AND CURE the LUNGS
OLDS IrW Bottla fn
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OS MONEY BEPUNDED.
beautifully illuitmed. coed Horia
tmd articla about Caiiiorsia and
all tka Faf WC
derotod aadi moalii la tk ar
lutie rrpoductioa of lh beat
weik el anaicut aad ptolcwinaal
B0AD OF A TR0U8AVD W0IDII9
book of 75 pafo. conlauUBg
120 colored pbotographi ol JC
picturoqu. ipoU in Calif ornia
All for .
all order to
WESTERN STAGE LINE
Office at the Mercantile Company's
Store Lakeview, Oregon.
Good Stock - - - New Coaches
Daily from Lakeview to Bly, connect
ing n itli Daily Stage to tbe railroad.
P. fl. COREY, - - - Proprietor
Lima v, J.-jjoi.
... TIME TABLE . . .
In Effect May 1st, 1905.
Lt. Thrall.... A. M.Lv.Pokegaina 10.45 A tl
at. nogu. 0.70 Ar. Mine I0.S6
" Steel Br'g S " " Kl'b Sp'gi 11.44 -
fall C'r'k.. 7.05 " Fall Creek 11.45
Kl h 8p'g7.10 Steel Br'ge 12.00
' liixte 8.10 Bogua 12.20 PM
" fokegamaliJO " " TbraU....JS.5 '
Klamath Springs Special.
Lakeview Cigar Factory
A. Stokkm.., Prop.
ccorrav OBOBKS SOLICITS
Giv nn a trial. Ktore in the brick
building next door to Poet & King sa
loon, akeview, Oregon.
Ar.Bogui 1.A5 '
" 8tl Br'ge'J.I5
" Fall c'reek 2.S5 "
" KrbSp'gat40 "
M.Lv. Krb6p'gili.45P. It
Ar. Fall C'reeki.&O
' "Steel Br 'ge 8.00
" Bogua .S0 "
" Thrall J.45 -
For Infants and Children.
tie Kind You Have Always Bought
J fin m n u imiim nwummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
TlMbrr Ib4 tl.
I'nited Statea Land OHlce, lakeview
OreKon., Dec 13b 1907.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with tbe provisions of the act
of Congress of Jane 3, 1878. entitled
"An act for the sale of timber landa
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to ail the Public Land
Statea byact of August 4, 1892, Addie
I. Harvey, of Lakeiew, county of Lake,
State of Oregon, has this day filed In
this office hi. sworn statement. No.
3857, for the purchase of the NE qanr
ter, NE quarter, S half, NE quarter,
and NE quarter, SE quarter, of Sect
ion 18, in Township 40 S., Range 21, E
W. M. and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for
I agricultural purposes and to establish
bis claim to said land berore .Register
and Receiver at Lakeview Oregon,
on Friday the 20th day of March, 1008.
He names as witnesses: V. F. Paine.
Taylor Meztker. V. "M. Harvey,
George Stork man.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described landa are
reqaested to file their claima in tbia
office on or before said 20th day of
5110 J. N. Watson, Register.
'irst Bfiytlat church of Lrkevie
PreachingStrvlieeaa 1 11:A'.M., and
7:30 P. M. oneach Sunday.
Sunday School 10: A. M
Junior Society at 2:30 P. M.
Haptiat Young Peoples Union at
:30 P. M. on each Sunday.
Prayer meeting 7.30, P. M. on Wed
Everybody invited to attend all
services. A. Frank Slmmoni, pastor
' The Examiner has received a new
sample book of the Wall Street line
of engraved certificates of stock and
bond blanks, the most up-to-date oo
the market. Used and endorsed by
the leading financiers of America.
Copyrighted. Call and see them if
you need anything In this line, tf
grade stationery so that there is
no delay in executing a large order.
Our prices willjbe found to compare,
favorably with other prices.
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