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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1909)
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LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
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A Complete Record
v have in.'iilc an entire transcript of all Keeonls in'Lake County,
which, in any way. a licet Kcal Property in the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mo.ljjajjc and transfer
ever made in Lake County, and every Iccd iven.
In transcriliu the records we have found numerous
mortaes recorded in the Deed rccotd and not indexed; and
many deeds are recorded in the Mortae record and other
hooks. Hundreds o! mortajes and deeds are not indexed
at nil, and ate most dillicult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors:
Others cannot lind then'. We have spent. Hundreds ol dollars hunting rp
these errors, and we can guarantee our work.
J. D. VENATOR, manager.
A ttff from a 10-cent piece will count FULL value
A tag from a 3-cent piece will count HALF value
with valuable tags
Save your tags from
HORSE SHOE GRANGER TWIST
STANDARD NAVY J.T.
W. N. Tlnslay't
Tags from the above brands a.e good for the following and many other
useful presents as shown by catalog :
Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tag
Fountain Pen 100 Tags
English Steel Raior 50 Tega
Gentleman's Watch 300 Tags
French Briar Pipe 50 Tags
Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags
Steel Carving Set 200 Tags
Best Steel Shears 75 Tags
Lady's Pocketbook 50 Tag
Pocket Knife 40 Tags
Playing Carde 30 Tags
60-yd. Fishing Reel 00 Tags
Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which
to redeem tags. If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home, write
us for catalog.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., St Louis, Mo.
Oonteat Nolli e
Department of the Interior. U. 8.
Land Dittos, Lakeview, Oiegon, Deo.
'JH, l'J08. A sufficient content affida
vit having beeu riled in this office by
WVF. Burob couteBtaut against Des
ert Land Entry No. U40 Serial No.
m:i made Deo. 28, 1000, for N hall
NW quarter. NW quarter NK quarter,
Reotton 34, Township !M) B., Range 25
K, by Oncer Vogel,1 Contestee, In
which It is alleged that said Oscar
Vogel bas never expended to the ,neo
saary irrigation, reclamation or culti
vation of said lands any sum of mon
ey whatever and bas never performed
or OMueed to be performed any labor
or work upon the same or for the
cultivation, clearing, reclamation or
Irrigation of aald lands, and bas
never made any expenditure o' any
kind, either In money, labor or
material upon or about said lands;
that Bald entrymau, for the eleven
months last past baa wholly abandon
ed aald lands aud continues now to
abandon the same.
Bald parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond, and olfer evidence
touch I u said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. m. on February 11, 1009, before
the Register and Receiver at the
United States Land Office In Lake
The said couteBtaut having, In a
prot er affidavit, riled Decern er 24,
l'JU8, set forth facts which show thas
after due dillgenoe personal service
of this notice can not be made, it it
hereby ordered aud directed that
such notice be given by due aud pro
J7F6 J. N. Watson, Register.
Subscribe fur The Exatuluer.
Netlee fbr Pabllcatioa leelate4 Traet
rUHLlV LAND HAl.V.
Lake view, Oregon, Land Office,
Jan. 11, 1900.
Notioe Is hereby given that as
directed by the Commissioner of the
General and Office, under provisions
of Aot of Congress approved June 27,
1900, PubUo No. 303, we will offer
at publio sale, to the highest bidder,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the Cth day of
i March. 1909 next, at this office, the
rollowlog traot of land, to wit: iNW
quarter SW quarter, and 8 half &W
quarter, Seo 12, T. 39 8., R. 20 E., W.
Any persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are advised to
rile their olalms, or objections, on or
before the day above designated for
J14M4 J. N. Watson Register.
Fred P. Cronemiller, Receiver. I
THE HALL OF FAME.
M. Vlljoeu. n I'.ix-r hunter, shot twen
ty Hct'liHiK ficur Itulnwayo. Houth Af
rica, tlio other dny In Wnn ttmn on hour.
WHli'Klc.v Mmr who linn Ix-en nt
the I'.rltMi cnrixtiliitv In Sun Frani-laco
in mrl'iiii cMpiiclllPM Hlnce 1877. ban
Imiii iiiiiiIo coiipiiI nt that port.
rmiTitPHH Mflrln vou Linden. Ph. D.
f I'.iinn niilvcrnlt.v. linn Iwcn r-njenjeod
for koiiic thru' In rtwa rcli end expert
iiicniiil work on tin midjivt of tliif en-duriiiici-
of Innwr nmotiK luttirfllii.
I)r. 'rhoiiiim I.nnilxTt Illntou tins Junt
Cflchrntod tils one hundredth Mrthdny
lit St. l.potKirdH. Knglmnl. With tlifl
exception of Hlr Henry IMtrnnn. Mr.
Illntou U I lie oldi'Mt memtx-r of tlio
Itoynl f'olloce of Rnrwoim. He nerved
In Indlii from ISLti to 1H-J0.
ProfeHsor Jolin M. Manly, liend of
the KiikIIhIi depiirtmeiit of (lie I'tilver
Mlly of ChlenKn, linn U-eti Invited by
the Cerniiiil K'J iTIiiiii-lit to deliver a
nerlen of lectiiren In Cernmny. He will
nM-nk nt the rnlvertdty of Ciottlngen
end will talk on "KiikIIhIi Literature."
Iti-tir A1 (ill tit I John p. Merrell, who
retired on Sept. 7 on necotint of njfe.
win reetitly n riwrrlwr of the Joint
nrmy nncl mivy tioard and president of
the Nnviil Wiir eollepe nt Newport. He
wan horn In Now York mid appointed
to the nnvy from Mlehi;iii In July.
Ir. f'ornllU'ff. m Soelallst tneinlier of
the fir t d'itiui:i. Iiiih Ix-en nentenced at
St. Pfterslmr to two years' luipriHon
meiit In n fortreMM. lie wan extradited
from rinlnnd. where, according to
ftiiteiuentx iiwiile hy the police, lie wan
eni;tiKed In lirp-tlnK n "crlmlniil revo
Inlloiiiiry tnovenient." Dr. ('ornillefl
wan aUo el!tor of n revolutionary pa-I-r.
John Puul. u well known Indian
piilde. In offlelHlly reco(ilzel by King
F.dwnrd tit the chief of the Mlllcete
trllie In New I'.niiiHwIck and author
ized to net an ItH re)rsentatlve. No
retils-ltlon from the trilx? to the Brit
ish frovcrnnient N valid without his in
doro'iiicut. Chief I 'ii ul linn acted at
guide In New Brunswick for the royalty
of Kiulnnd. As a hunter lie In aald to
be mighty nnd ns a Kiilde and scout
ALCOHOL 3 PZR CKNT.
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linguV Siomnrtu andUowclsof
Promolcs Di(pslionCVf rfi
Opiuni .Morphine norMiucraL
Aperfpct Rrraedy forCoretip
tion . aour sroroacn.uiamwa
Worms jConvukions Jevcrisa
ness and Loss or Sleep.
Facsimile Signahvt of
For Infants and Children.
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. . . TIME TABLE . . .
In Effect May 1st. 1906.
Recent examinations In a London
echool produced the following "howl
ers:" "Oeorjte Stephenson lived In a hum
ble pit and scrambled up from a man
to a boy."
"It was a very unpleasant time be
fore Alfred the Great came, for they
had no clothes to wear and nothing; to
"Tady Jane Grey was taught to say:
'Ob. dear; oh, dear! Where is the
block? And off weut her bead with
"The English wanted to lnrade
France, bo they built tents all round
the country so that the peop.'e would
die of hunger and thlrat"
Office in Thornton's Store
I L. Tnrall ..
Ar. boftu t.ib
" fteel Br'g 6.45
' Kl h Pp'g7.10
' Dixie X10
Statte leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sunday at Hi. m. Arrive
at A I Hi rag at 0 p. in.
Leave Alturas for lakeview at
6 o'clock a. m. or on the arrival
of ti e Mage from Likely. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 hours ai
U-r leaving Alturas.
Freight - Matters - Qiven
Strict - Attention
First - Class - Accomodations.
A. M.Lv. rotegama J0.4S A w
Ar. Dixie 10 J
" Fall Cr-k 11.45
Brl Br'ge 14.00
Hocut 12.20 P M
" TlaaU ....11.45
Klamath Springs Special.
Lt .Thrall 1.30 P. MJLy. Kl'h Bp'gmtfP. M
Ar. Bogm 1.55 Af. Tall Creeki.60
' Htel Br'ge2.15 " " Steel Br'ge S 00 "
' F.ll I rwk 2.35 Bogus.. .. 8.40
Kl'h8p'gt4U " " Tnrll . ...t.4 '
J. B. Haggln will sell sixty-two thor
oughbred yearlings lu Eugland.
There la every probability the Cana
dian Association of Amateur Oarsmen
will permit rowing men to participate
In football this fall.
Fred Clarke of the Pittsburg Nation
als and Fielder Jones of the Chicago
Americana do more running In from
their positions to advise and direct
than all the other captalus combined.
Former college football players are
numerous In professional baseball, but
now there la a college oarsman In the
ranks. Coulaon; the new Cincinnati
outOelder, used to pull an oar at Cornell.
1'. E. Taylor, Prop.
WESTERN S TAGE
& Stage Company
Mercantile Ce's Btere, lkeview
America IletcL. Klaaaatk Fells
Office at B. Reynolds' Store.
Staite leaves Lakeview Mondays, Wed
ncsdayn and Fridays at tt a. m., arrive
at Plush at 9 p. m. Leaves Piush Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at e
a. u)., arrives at Lakeview at 9 p. m.
Panaeiiicer (are $3 one way or $5 foi
round trip. Freight rates from May
1st to Nov. 1st $.75 per hundred ; from
Nov. 1st to May 1st 11.00 per hundred
New York City.
New York la the greatest hotel city
in the world, and Its hotel property Is
valued at $92,000,000.
Investigation shows that the opium
habit Is growing In New York city. Be
sides about 000 Chinamen who use the
drug, there are 5.000 white persona ad
dicted to Its use.
The most valuable land In the world
used for a lumber yard Is In New York
city within the light of the Great White
Way in the south side of Thirty-eighth
street, between Broadway and Sev
enth avenue. New York Herald.
Last year 20.208 vessels entered the
port of London.
A chain making machine at Bradford
makes two miles of chain a minute.
The charitable people of London
have formed a union to see that the
money given by them is properly spent
The lord mayor of London's badge of
office contalas diamonds to the value
of 120,000, and the temporary owner
has to give a bond for It before be Is
How would women get off the street
cars If the cars were ran backward f
By the way, does anybody remember
whether the Panama canal is to be
em level or lockl-New York Mali
Lobsters will be more plentiful this
season than for several years. We
Inean the kind that ate good to eat
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN Proprietor.
'.eaves Lakeview at 6 a. m
every day but Sunday.
Returning, leaves Paisley
at 8 :30 a. m verv day bu
i Pumtwt' are (j ReiutS trip a
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changed bands, C. O. Mettker having
sold the paper to Fred J. Bowman.
All moneys due on subscription are
payable to Fred J. Bowman, and be is
to continue tbe paper to all subscript
ers who have paid in advance, for ths
full term for whloh such subscriptions
have been paid. Bills due for adver
Using to June 15 ara payable to C. O.
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