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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1908)
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aVllorat-t ten. n.
aaipt. I'ubli, I v m -mttit-r
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Ooo. It Chamberlain.
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. . C. 8. Minr
A. M. Crawford
Northern Stage Lim
A. W. BRYAN. Proprietor
Leavea Lakeview at 6 a. n
every day but Sunda
Returning, loaves Paisley
at 6 :30 a. in every day ! 1
Paawncrrt' arafj Kor-.r inp
HT1CB - Reynold" , Wiiutwhr .
Utile Prints Made.
I will make nine Prints of miy i
tract cf land In the Lakeview l and
J. H AeKi-rmitn IMstrlct. and do obstruct work. I
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John M. lii'tru
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i tinnier Hermit
si an noura. xr ;
Kli Kealati rant. First class meals
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Uuitod States Lanl Ottice, Lakeview
OrfKon, Jan. "i.
Notice U liert'liy tivi'ii ttiat in coin
I liniicc with the pruvisions f the net
of Oounresa of June ., I7S, entiUi'd
"An act for the sale f timber IuikU
in the States of California, On-won,
Nevaila, anI Vns-htik.'ton Terriiot y, "
a extended to al1 the Ful'lic Land
States by act of An;iit .
Willis .1. Mulkey. of Cresir.
cmiuty of Inline, State of Oreton, has
tiied in this ottlce his sworn Mate
i 'ent, No. !CM.", for the purchase of
the Lots 1, i, X t. of Section No.
f. 'll Tonnship No. :ii S., Haute No.
M It! V, , V. M., and will otrer pn-f to
fl ow that the hind sou'it is ircie vid
eo in. in.!, i. .,he for jts tiinler or tone thnn tor
agricultural purpose.-, and to i-lti
H,H.,,r,i,.; li-ll his lai:ii to smd kind t e ore
Treasurer f"Uuty Clerk, Khliniit ti Co.. at his
i'!i'ij Ht IMainatn fall- llreto'i. u-i
Veduesday, the loth day of April,
" He names as w itnef-'s : W. K. l.'red.
-f our new Kninpie- M-ttie U. Ke.'d. Chai les K. MnlKey,
"graved r-tK-k ceriiti -Arthur C. Olieilin, ail of lily, Oncon.
Auy and all persons chiiniiiiL a l-
wi-seiy iue aiiove le-erii eil I.um- Hre
Hi; til . ru.iini.Hii
l"lrl Miti-ici re nipste.l tn Hie I liir .-P. . ma in ihi-
fflce. Tbe IJest made, at tllb for otlice on or before sai.l litb tav of
SOD and fl .rx for KW. tf April, 11K8.
510 J. N. Wat.-on. Ketister.
Tbe Wail fircet line i.f enirrarttt
ertiflcate- if S'K-k and Bond Main.
avt the Esiiniiiier office. New mitnple
kook retviveit Monday evening. I'
5HHI i-ead $l .0
The readers of llii- enpi-r will tie
I led Med to lonrii tlm' there i- at
cuat one ilrended ili--hut w'-'-m-h
OOffaul Murk certificates we on 1,,, lnfii ah e lo cue.- n. ;. l im ntnui-K,
aim pies Him u t our prices. u uud that Is Catarm. 1 1 H'n Cut -i rrh
i nre ii the only jh-i ive cure imw
Dutch In icli.it the r.rewer.v Sa-
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I . ! lia- eco
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Lake County Examiner.
Timbar Land NoOca
I'uitfd HtatvN Lund Oftlcn , Lukevlow
Oreo ii, 1-Vii. ',h, I1KW,
Nutiea I herhay kIvhii that In coin
pi I illicit with thn iirovlsloiiN of the act
of Coinvrnsn of Juno . (NTH, entitled,
"Au act for thn rhIii of timber lamia
In thn State of CHllf irn la, Oreon.
NiMiola, mid Waahiiiuton Territory,1'
rk rxtnnded to all tint Public Land
State, by act of AiiKiint 4, lHD'J,
Fred L. Unas, if Lakeview county
of Lake, State tif Oregon, haa tiled In
this tilllca his worn HtMt011no.it No
; 11 l 4 . for the ptnchnHoof the NK ipiar
tei . of Heel Inn .IJ, In Tow nship lisS
Kituce IH I'. . W. M. ami M ill ilfer
I pi ro' I 1 show (lint tin laud Bought U
1 Imirai tulmilil.1 fill' lla lli.tlmi if iiIiiiim
than 'er atft Iculttiral purpoa.-s, and tu
estnlilish hta chum to saltl laud liefore
K.-vlstei- ami Kecelver at Lakovlew
Oi-eniii, eti Saturday, the lt Ii tiny f
lie nnuies iis It nnnse : (ieiuun
Ltueh, I' i; Wiiiidcoek, MhiIoii S.
Ilnnies, Dim Chnmller, all of Lake-
VIlMV ( lltxiiu.
i .old all persons claliuliii( ad
veielv the above iliscrlbil hinds am
reipie tfl to tile their claiins In this
oil ee on or before said I'th tlay of
"1 ;0 J. N. Watsiui, ltei(lHttr.
Tlmtiar l.anj Nolle
I'i lt d Stutes Laml Ottlce Lakeview
Or l-'i b. Olh I'.HIS.
N ieit is hereto k.'1-eii that In coin
plui n-i itttli the provUimis of the net
o! 'oiu-lt r-n or June .'I, 1N7S, entitled,
"A:i act Ii r the sale of timber lands
tJ A. STOXIZA
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SUBSCRIPTIONS, NliW OR xENEVALS, TO ANY OF "THE BIG
FOUR" MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME.
SEPARATE SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE MAGAZINES WILL NOT BE
Timber Laail Mtllre
United Stutes Lund Ottlce, Lakeview
Oregon, Pec. hlth , l'JUT.
Notice is hereby uiveu that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June I!, 1H.7S, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber linnls
in the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Laud
States bj act of August 4, lS'.rJ,
Anita lioyd, of Lakeview, County
of Luke, Stat ot Oregon, has this day
filed In I ti I -i till let- his snurii htatemeut,
No. IJS.'ii, lor thn purcha-io of tho W
halt, E half of Sec. No. IS, in Town
snip No. .'(7 S., Kange No. I" E., V.
.M ., and will oilier proof to chow Hint
the Li 11 1 sought is more valuable tor
its timber or Mom; than for agricul
tural purpont-H, and to e-tahli-ih Ins
claim to said laud before KegiMeraml
Ueeeiver at Lakeview Oregon, on
Tuesday, thu 17th day 'f March, KI)S.
Ho names as w itnesses : vV. 11. lioyd,
Zack Whitworth. (leorge Lynch,
Flank Howard all of Lakeview Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adver
sely tlm above described lands are re
tpiested to tlh) their claims in this
olllcu on or before sal 1 17th day of
0210 J. N. Watsou, Register
oiler for I'lilillrullou.
Pcpat trneut of tho Interior, United
States Laud Ofllce, Lakeview, Ore
goo, January 22, 1!H)H.
NOTK'E is hereby given that tho
State of Oregon has, under the acts
supplemental and amendatory thereof,
made application for the following
described unappropriated, non-mineral,
surveyed public land as Indem
nity for losses to its grant for common
achool purposes, towit:
Lint No. 210, fur thu SW quarter,
Kce. .'JO, T 2(5 H., K. 18 H. , WM.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tho above lands are requested
to Hie in this oillce their said claims
on or before the 21st day of March,
0 0 J. N. Watson. Ilegistsr.
lo Cure a Coid In One Day
Take LAX ATI Vh, 1JKOMO QUININE
tablets. All druggists relund the
money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
iignature is on each box. 25c.
TUB POUH PU8L1CATI0NSMU3T;BE 5ENT TO ONE ADDRESS.
Lake County Examiner, Lakeview, Oregon
H. D. Clark
Contractor and Builder
Job Work a Specialty
Shop next door to Ahlstrom'a
(In ii. stui 1. 1 of Cal itorn in, Oregon,
Nt ta la. and W 'arliiiit, ton Terilto-y,"
I ii extended to all Hie I'nbllc Laml
si:i'i - I v act ot August 4, ls;i-J,
I !, . ii I'. Wcoilcock. ol Lakeviett,
I -1 1 1 1 . t .. Luke, Slu e of Ol egnii, liar
1 i'lle I III tills i Mice his nuiii l
i '-title ee I, Nil aill.l, till lilt, pillcllli e
i of I e SKipiiute.- of Section '.i'i, in
j To- n-l.ii, :is , Uiinge is, ; , . M ,
ami id oil) r pr iof In bhow that Hie
lit ; ' -on ht is more valuable lor II-
Iti ' er or slum- limn for agi icolt in l
: pur mi. (,i e-.tnlii-li -lis chii i
I Mud html I'eloie Ui-gisler and Ke
i-i'Urr at l.nketlew Oregon on Men
' d iv . the I Ii h day if May. K'OM.
I le names as tt it nisses : lieu. Lynch,
M S. Ilarues, l-'reit o-s, I )an t 'iiand
I ler, :.ll ot Lakeview Oregon
I Ai: and all poisons claiming ad
teisi lv the iibote tlescribed lillnln lire
! I 'ipiested lo tile their chtiiiiH III this
olbct or betorti said 11th, day of
7--in .1. N. Watson, liegister.
Iltnbvr t.anil Noilt;a
I'uited States Land Ottlci, Lakeview
Oli gon, Feb. i, r.MS.
Notice is fiereby given that In com
pliance with the provision of the act
ol I'otik-ress ol June :t, 1H7S, entitled
"An act lor the sale of timber lauds
In the States of Culitorina, Oregon
Nevaibt. ami Uiinliingtoii Territory,"
as extemle l to all I he oulilii Laud
i Slates dy act of August -I. I b'.ej,
! WAltKEN IIOWAKH, or Lakeview.
J county of Ijike. Mud) of Oiegoti has
H lot I in this oltlce his n urn st at etneii t
No for thu purchase of thn S
half, SE quarter, NW quarter, SE l,,
SE quarter, S quarter, of Section 2,
iiiTouuship ,'IH S. , Kange WE., W.
M., and Will otfer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than tor agricul
tural purposes, and to establish Ids
claim to said laud before liegister ami
lieceivor ut Lakeview Oregon, on
Monday the tti day of May. I'.SiS.
He Lames as witness: Henry E.
Holbert. I Yank Howard, Wultc rlloward
i'lyuer Howard, all of lakeview Ore
gon. Auy and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lauds are
leqnested to file their claims in this
ottlce mi or tiefore sawlHu day ot
7- 10 J. X. Watson, liegister.
'Itiitltet Laml ullf-p
t'uite.l States Lnn I Oltlce, Lakeview
Oregon, Fell. PI. 1.HIS
Not it-h is hereby given that in coin
pliauce with the pmv i-uoin. of the act
of Cong -ess of J hum '!, IS7S, entitled,
"An act foi (he sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Wash bit gnu Territory,"
as extended to all tho Public Laud
Slates by act of August 1, IV. 1 2,
Joseph Arzner. ol Lakeview, county
of Lake, State of Oregon, has tiled In
t his olllcu his sworn statement, No.
120, for the purchase of (he Lot 4,
and SW qtutiter, NW quarter, of Sec
tion .'I, in Township '.lb, S., Kange lil
E., W. M., and will otter proof to
show that tho land sought is more
valuhlo for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his caliin to said laml before Kegister
ami Keeelvcr at Lakeview, Oregon,
on Tuesday, tho 2it Ii day of May, 1008.
Ho names as witnesses: i'ted Snyder
O. Sherman Easter, Jack Mct'ulley,
Chas. Urn bach, all of Lakeview Oregon
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tho above described lauds are
requested to Ills their claims in this
ottlce on or before said 2iith day of
8 10 J. N. Watson, liegister.
TI in her I. anil ollrr.
United States Laud Olllco, Lakeview,
Oregon, Feb. i, 1008.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of Juno 1, 1878, entitled,
"Au act tor tho sale of timber lands
in the Hates of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all tho Public Laud
States by act ot August 4, 1802,
2 Stella C. iiartics, of Lakeview,
county of Lake, State of Oregon, has
filed in this oltlce his sworn statement
no. .'1081, for the purchase ot the SE
quarter, NE quarter, N half, BIO quar
ter, BEuuraterHF.quarter of Sou. .10, in
Township :i7 H., Kange 17, E., W. M.
and will olfer proof to show that the
land aought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than foi agricultural
purposes and to establish bis claim to
said land before Register and Receiver
at Lakeview Oregon, on Wednesday,
the 20th day of April, 1008.
tie names as witnesses: E. E.
Woodcock, Frank Toler. Ueoge Lynch
Ada Toler, all of Lake flew Oregon.
Auy and all persona claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to tile their claims in this
ottlce on or before said 20tn .day of
8-10 J. N. Watson, llegUter.
DIPLOMATIC - IMMUNITY
There is a policeman in Washing
ton who wus taught the power of
diplomatic Immunity in u way that
excites him to Uug)itcr every time
lie thinks of it. A few day ago ho
was p'j'y winding his cluli and
flirting with the nurses in Dupont
circle when he noticed a nincyeiir
oltl hreakintf hranchrs from a small
"Stop that," he said to the joung
Mcr, touching hint on the shoulder.
"1 iniiy have to nrrestvou for that."
The child looked nl Iiim unafraid.
"Yon can't do that," he oliM-rvcd
i;tacly. "I inn entitled t dip.u
inn t io immunity."
The ollitcr's mouth flew open.
"Young num." he mid peremp
torily, "I tun an olliccr of tin- Imv.
It is' unL'.ful to break rhnihlM-ry.
Amhody doing so mud he pun
ished." "Ah, hut you don't know who I
am," the boy replied in a ' t.I i. i
treble. "I urn tin- son of an envoy
el nmriliriiiiy and a ininntii- plcti;
potent uirv . I hplomats and llier
funnl.es cannot be pun In-d for
breaking the laws. If you flm't be
lieve me, urn may pi and a k my
"I'll tell you what 1 will do, young
man," the ollicer mid, 'a-perated.
"I will take sou to your fatiicr uud
see if mui luivc any imtuuinty from
Ills i 'lli-l incut."
The yicin-ler wailed. ll win
onio "at i.-f-ict ioii to thi' ollicer to
know that he winied r-1 1 1 J o.i.lct aft
er h had told his tab- al the lega
tion. Washington Cor. Chicago
Ccl Rich Slow la Safar.
The gcl-m h-ipm k idea will not
down. I'coplc still seem willing to
risk their savings on a ba?n that
necessarily ami notoriously implies
ri.-ks, and as Ion;; us tlu-y are will
ing so to tin reckless men will hid
for the use of tlu-ir moiu-v and olfer
tempting baits for it. If all goes
well, the m In-iiie works, hut it h in
trinsically a gamble. Then when
t tie contrary tide sets in people
scramble for their iimm-v, and if
lucky enough to get it tlu-y lock it
up in safety deposit Imixch or tea-
fots or old Mnckmgs, to the ever
listing detriment of the reputable
business of the country. If only
people could understand the prefer
able character of smaller, hut stead
ier and safer, profit-- on idle cash,
ue should have lc- tlilliciilty of this
kind uml less panicky hoarding us
a result of the cr.i-li. Hoarding
money is the equal and oppo.ity re
liction to hiUiHii,!) ; it on a gam
bler's chance, i.tid cull extreme i
uuui.-e and detrimental. Lowell
Messrs. Stanton und I'.airtovv
have recently made some experi
ments ut the National Physic il lab
oratory, London, which hung out a
new and practically very valuable
fact namely, that pressure h not
the same on large surfaces as on
unall experimental model.-. If, for
example, a given wind velocity is
brought to hc.i.- on a square foot of
surface, it will be IS per cent less a
r'ipiurc foot than if it were directed
on 100 square feet of surface. It
wa-t demonstrated, too, that this re
lation js constant for flat form?,
however complicated. A builder or
engineer who knows that a struc
ture may he exposed to a wind of
eighty miles un hour and thai the
pressure a square foot as tletcr
ininded hy model is, say, x pounds,
eliould allow for his larger construc
tion "0 per cent extra. The reason
for this seems to he the more thor
oughly reduced pressure on the leo
side of a larger area. Technical
Oldeat Fritiah Peer.
The oldest British peer is Lord
Gwydyr, aged ninety-seven. Ho
was live years old at the time of the
battle of Waterloo and enjoys the
distinction, probably uniouc, of be
ing the only person now living who
wus present ut the coronation of
four monarchs. It is related of thi
venerable individual that when
boy ten years old he went from the
gardens of (Jwydyr House, White
hall, to tho speaker's hteps ut West
minster in his grandfather's stuto
barge, tnunned by liveried oarsmen,
and was present in West minster ab
bey when tho crown was placed on
tho head of George IV., ncting as a
Sago to his grandfather, Lord Gwy
yr. Kansaa City Journal.
Mujor James Tandy Ellis found a
fino tomahawk on his farm tho oth
er day. Ho called our attention to
tho fact that tomahawks wero inuilo
of granite and tho granite was
found only in Vermont, showing
that the tribes whiqji made Ken
tucky a hunting ground must some
time in life have been conversant
with tho country in and around
Vermont. Ho also said that more
Indian relics have been found in
Carroll county than in any other
county in the United States. Car
foilton (Ky.) Democrat.