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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
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y is tvH-ivw buJ incomplete. t
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Ifie miiiut" 1 nice or tauli.tiiucnt o'
ei leu u iimtouiil' ta p 1 1 1
kind Ian .
The fail ue of a settler to hsimti
ritit iv i 1 1 the SUtit try peri )
anj conse t i-nt loss of prim ny m ?.
(a mat at) in erveninn eulrv, doe- n .1 .
preclu le t rtssrti u o his rubt
Baiosc h u -isequeut entry mau. m.
aid aetcl i enaias on ttn land ami
the intervening entry is canceled.
relink isbmeut heu filed oper
ates EO sSTANTl to release tie
knd tio.i tiry.
Paper ; -euted for riling, but re
Xuoed by f Loc d Otliee ou hcooiiuI
an press 01 iitmuesd, should be held as
Jed of th late presented.
'rfnidont Theodore Rooecvelt
teo-Prosldcnl Chat. W. Fairbanks
Vcretarj of State Ktlhu Hoi'
VK-totary el Treasury little M. Shw
nwarjr ot War Wm. H.Tatl
itlorm-r lii'iu-rnl Wm. It. Mooity
rHvHmanti-r Uenetat. lieo. B. f'nrteljroa
vcri-tarjrof Ntvjr ("h. J. Ronapart , Nevada, Hint
eetvlnrj Interior K. A. Hltchcoel 'an f t PllilO't
.fivtary ot Akrtonlturo J mrt W llaon
'creliirj' of Commi-rve V. C, Miti'all
'hfrl JttMd-e . MelTllleW Fuller
Yupailon Warner, V. S. IVnulon Cominliwloiirr
V.S. Klcliartl l 8. l.nil Coiuml.vilotiot
turrrnor Geo. Chamberlain ! SK quarter, SW ipiarte
ipicme intfte K. A. Moor
rcary otftate 1. 1. Pimbar
oa.iirvr C. H. Moor
,urnejr (icneral A. M.Crawton)
if 1 Public Imtf uolloii J. H. Ai'terman
tnior I. .J. R. Whitney
irr ami Food Com J. W. nal'iy
H .n.t.ir I Joho M.Oearla
..8. sinatort J t. w.f,,Uo
onsremen Jj. S. .Viltia.ai
tlXTH Jl'DtllAL DIHTRIC1.
'nilfe II. L. Bnton
olnt Senator John A. Laiceock
j H. P. Bi'ljnay
) U. H. Memnan
V. 8. LAND OFFICE.
N. Watson Re lti
T. fElder .. Recelrei
Li 1 1 COV NTT.
i(lgt B. !)
-ifr K. N. Jaquiiih
limber land Nolle
Utited States Land Ottlorf, l.Hkevlew
Oreiron, Feb. , l!H8.
Not loo t hereby nlven that In com
pi in nee with the prov iftotia of the act
of CoiivreM of .lutie It, 1S78, entitled
"An act for the anle of tin tier linn!
in the States of t'aliforli.a, OreKon
Was hi in; ton Tetrltnty,"
to all the niiblio Land
States liv aet of A'.tii.t 4, IN!'-,
WAKKEN HDWAKD, of Lakeview,
county of Luke, titate of Oregon bus
filed in this office his (.worn (.tatenient
No ISWl, for the pttreliase f t'ie S
half, SIO quarter, S'W quarter, Sl'J :,
ir, of Seel ton
iu Township :tHS.. Kan:e 10 K . V.
M., and Will titfer proof to tdiow tiiat
the land nought is more valiiat'le for
ita timber or ntone than tor arit'til
tural purposes, and to establish tils
claim to said land he! ore Ke'iater and
Keceiver at Lukeview It'cKott oil
Monday the Uti day of May I'.VS.
tie lan es, as iine.es: Henry E.
Holbert, I' rauk Howard, Walter Howard
Flyner Howard, all of Lakeview t)re
Ron. Auy aud all persona claimintt ad
versely the above described lit 11 it 0 are
requested to tile their claims in this
office on or tiefore smIiI 4th ilar ot
7-10 J. N. Watson, Ketister.
tows of lakev:ew.
'. L. 8ne!llng
... Albert IeO'
r. O. ' mirani
W. i. We
. .. C. K. Moorr
C. W. Dent
H R. Heryford
Pan P. Mallo
. P. Manny
w Tucker i
. . Rtvorder
A nraculou5 E ape j
Last Sti'-lay there came near beiiii; a!
very tsa 1 accident at Eaglet lie
Dick Fuk s little girl aud her little
caiiisiu i'i iu their way to Sunday
School in . mcuy, when a four bursf
team biti ii 1 io a bay ujou ran away
behind tin Thewiuu was so bari
tbe little o 1 -s did not bear tb- ruu i
away uu'il tbey were onto tbem.
Cbeloade:- ect one ou eacb side of
aud kicked tbe wheels
tnat let it down anr' the
other two '
nil got 01. t
IN THE CICU1T COURT OF THE
STATE OF OKKOON" FOR
In tbe natter of the'
application of Owen T. )
.Mc Ken dree and ilypatia)
K. McKendree to reister)
title to the following de-)
scribed real property iu)
Lake County, Or kou, )
tn-wit: Beitiuuiu at a)
p not in tbe North line)
of Lot No. Two (2), Two)
Honored S e v e u ty tive)
C275) feet East lrotn tbe)
North West comer f said )
Timber Land Nllc .
United States Land Office, Lakeview
Oregon, Jan. '2. 1.KS.
Notice is hereby Kiven that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June It, ISTS, entiMed
"An act for the sale f timber lauds
in the States of California. Oreiton.
t Nevada, and WathiiiKton Territory,"
as extended to al' the Fublic Land
1 States by act of AtiKiist 4, 1S!2,
I Willis J. Mnlkey. of Cressweli,
county of Lane, State of Oreuou, has
tiled iu this office bis sworn ttate
intent. No. ;K45, for the purchase of
the Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, of Sectiou No.
! 30, n Township No. St! S., liance No.
' 16 E , W. M., aud will otrer proof to
show that tbe land fought is more val
uable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, aud to estab
lish his claim to said land before
; County Clerk, Klamath Co., at his
omce at Klatnatb rails Hre'on. on
Wednesday, the 15th day of April,
1 J He names as w it necsos : W. F. Reed,
jSlattie B. Reed, Charles E. .Mulkey,
I Arthur C. Oberlin, all of Bly, Oregon.
! Auy and all persona claiming ad
1 tersely the above described lands are
j requested to tile their claims in tbis
. office on or before said Kth day of
; April, KX8.
,510 J. N. Watson. Register. J
Lot No. Two (i ) in thel
ses and the airon went i South AddiMon to thel
iJue of the children got a
ner arm, which was all
received. The bugi;y was
4indliug wood, but tbe
ere driving broke looe
of tbe way. Cedarville
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The prkv of the magazine is f 1 a
year. To every paid up subscriber
lqr one year the publishers give a cer
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par value of 1 each, in tbe Death Val-
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Tbe Deatb Valley Magazine is tbe
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W8t Besides publishing the life of
U)9 famous Scotty in seiial form, eve
17 is-iue contains thrilling and pathet
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threat American Desert, with actual
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itiend tl at rnce, or write for a earn
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Oldest Woman In thi World
At the aye of 132, Airs L. Kilcrease
ftying at Piiie Mid Dear nere, cele
tinted her birthday todbj . It ii be
lieved she is tbe olJest v. bite person
aif the world. She was bi rn Feb. VJ,
776, iu Halifax county, North Car
olina, and Jived there 100 years before
rfjp came with her family to Texas
He daughter, aged G8, and grand
Taiigbter, aed G3, Uve with her.
Mm. Kilcrease show rocorda in a
fcgjfy Bible corroborating ber state
ment as to her age, and investigation
iave proved them correct. She still
ejoyg good hell h and is able, by tbe
UM0 of a cane, to walk about the house.
ii tiii saw George Waabiouon, and ber
intCDliectiona of incidents she witnessed
Xtintury and mors ago is marvelous
a4 she likes to relate stories of those
stirring times. Port Worth Dispatch.
Sale ot Timber Land.
Fartlea who have timber land for
futfe will do well t inventlgate our
auHaadmethodnof ItHitdliug lands.
Wl have au office In Lai-evlew, where
oontracts can le made and options
tafkea on land. We guarantee the
fcibet market price, and are 1n a
potrillon to demand and obtain it,
Mr las t'een In thebuHlrieaa for many I
years ana in cioae touch with all the
land dealers of the country. Satin
aft ory result guaranteed by the La
Clrande Investment Co. Write C. O.
kttcker, Iakevtew, Oregon.
Go to O. IL iiutcblasoo for fdrst
gfaaa watch repairing. Ail Impairs
irajiraateed. Located la the Soda
Wrka building, Lakvelew. Ore.
Town of Lakeview, Lake)
County, Oregon, as tbe)
same appears upon a plat)
tnrereof filed iu the office)
of tbe County Clerk of)
Lake County Oregon on)
tbe 14th day of July. 1ST")
theuce running Southerly )
along the East line of)
Water Street, as tbe same)
is extended through said)
addition, a distance of)
One Hundred Ninety-)
eiizht (lf8) feet; thence)
Kflst to a point iu tbe)
East boundary line of)
Lot No. Three (3);)
equidistant from the)
North East and the South)
East corner of suid Lot)
No. Three (3) ; thence)
Northerly along tbe East)
line of Lot No. Three (3) T"
and Lot No. Two (2) to)
tbe North East .corner of)
Lot No. To (2); thence)
Westerly along tbe North)
boundary line of said Lot)
Two (2) a distance of)
Two Hundred Twenty-)
five (225) feet, to the place)
of beginning. )
Annie Smith, Esther)
Boyse, Josephine Reed, )
A lea Robnett, Isaac Rob-)
nett, Jobn Bodyfelt and)
all others whom it may)
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Take notice that on the 23rd day of
March, A. D., 190H, an application
was filed by taid Owen T. McKen
dree aud Ilypatia. K. McKendree in
tbe Circuit Court of Lake County,
Oregon, for initial registration ;of
tbe title to tbe land above describ
ed. Now unls8 you appear on or
before the 1st day of May, A. D.,
1L'08, and show cause why such appli
cation fcball not be granted, the same
will be taken aa confessed and a
decree will be entered according to
the prayer of tbe application aud
you will be forever barred from dis
puting the same.
E. N. Jaqulsh,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Lake Coun
(SEAL.) ty, Oregon.
W. Lair Thompson,
Till II KK l..M) MTI( f.
United States Laud Office Lakeview
Oregon, Feb. 13, 1008.
Notice is hereby given that iu com
pliance vitb the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1!STS, entitled,
"An act for the sale of timber lands
iu the States ot California, Oregon,
Nevada and W shiugton Territory,"
as exteuded to all tbe Public Laud
States by act of August 4, lr,
Edwin Fitzgerald, of Lakeview,
eounty of Lake State of Oregon, has
Hied in tbis office his sworn statement
No. 4023, for tbe purchase of tbe N
ba!f, NW quarter, NW quarter. NE
quarter, of section 15 in Township 41
S., Range 17, E.. W. M., and will of
j fer proof to show that tbe land sought
j la more valuable for its timber or
i etoue than for agricultural purooses,
j and to establish bis claim to said land
1 before Register and Receiver at Lake
! view Oreeon on Thursday tbe 2Mth,
! day of May, 1908.
! He names as witnesses: O. W. Ilar
jdisty, Willard Duncan, Joe Lane,
' Henry Boydstun, all of Lakeview,
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tbe above described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 28th day of
910. J. N. Watson, Register.
TIMIIF.H Tit K.
United Sta'es Laud Office, Lakveiew
Oregon, Feb. 18, 1908.
Notice is herelry given that in com
pliance with the provisions of tbe act
ol Congress of June 3, 1878. entitle 1.
I "An act for tbe eale of timber lands
' in tbe States of California, Oregon,
: Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
! as extended to all the Public Land
1 States by act of August 4, 1892,
! Rosetta Downey, ot Lakeview, couc-
I ty of Lake, State of Oregon, has filed
the Ci. 1 i t Court of Vhe State of
Oregon, foi 4ie C'vinty o Lake.
F. X. Uchlecut, Plntitf, )
George Rchlecht, )
To George Scblecbt, defendant above
IM THE NAME OF THE STATE !
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com-1
plaint died against you in tbe above 1
ii this office bis sworn statement, No
4037, for the purchase of the E half
! NW quarter, SWquartcr NWquarter,
NW quarter SW quarter, of Section
32 in Township 38 S., Range 18 E.,
I W. M., and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable
! for its timber or stone than for argi-
cultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before Register
and Receiver, at Lakeview Oregon, on
; Friday, tbe bib day of June, 1908.
j He names as witnesses: E. E. Wood
1 cock, M. J. Barnes, Geo. Lynch, F. L.
Koss, all of Lakeview Oregon.
Any and ad persons claiming ad
versely tbe above described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 6th day lof
1110 J. N. Watson, Register.
Timber Land JVotlee.
United States Land Office, Lakeview,
Oregon, Feb. , 1908.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with tbe provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled,
"An act tor tbe sale of timber lands
in tbe Sates of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
. - . . - . 1 1 i Tl. . i. 1 : T I
rS'SfdS'SfiS 'a'nd0!;" ' States Ty act ot August 4 892,
fahU !S Kns'wor aid" compfaint, Vor i $ ,Cr If?
want thereof, the above named plain-! JtY... .
tiff will take judgment against you ' it - .i 1 " f ?J
for the sum of Seven hundred and ! SSkrter NE aw ttllf RFnnS,
Ten Dollars, together with interest ?" .tlh.K X. Z
thereon from May 27th, 1905, at tu.'&;fHft"
rate, of eight per cent, per annam,nd : 'Tw"ii
L. a. 1,. . LI. m 11.
this action. i, f "UUKUJ '"or vaiuaote lor us
This summons is served upon you - t ..'"i ""
hv niiblicntinn- thernnf fnr uir t-nn. I f'y"'"' i" eniuuiiBU liis claim lo
uy puuiicaiion mere or lor six con- ,, ittn j IAfnp. i,iu, aA iti.
secnuve weeks In The Lake County fct j Oregon, on Wednesday
Lxaaiiner, a newspaper published rhfl .mh dli ,lf Tnr . unl"uay.
weekly at Lakeview, Lake County, I lla ' ' e
Oregan, ty order of tbe Hon. Henry
L. Benson. Judge of tbe Circuit Court
of Lake County, Oregon, made and
dated the 14h day of March, 1908. and
the date of tbe first publication here
of U March 19th, 1908.
U. V. Conn,
12? . Attorney for Plaintiff.
Woodcock, Frank Toler, Geoire Lynch
Ada Toler, all of Lakeview Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tbe above described lands are
requested to file tbelr claims in tbis
office on or before said S9tn day of
8-10 J. N. Watson, Register.
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