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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1909)
J. W. Maxwell
40 nn. Sis".! nim mil fnnn lnks
view, ciiiilil to mnnu'ufull v IrrlKittfl
hm a poultry 'fHrm, otie ami mm half
story tioiMn VIxlK) eompnraHvly new,
4 rooms on urotinil (lour, Ii on upper
llitnr, Imrn 1H It. posts, 121, nxl
well. rtu. No. C4-'ZI
1IVI iiitdn lit $10 per acre, IinihIi
Ib nil, HI iiiIIms friuii I,skvliw, siindy
loam Molt, unimproved' No. M Tri
t4U.l-.'Wil) aeres, (!slrst' flock
ranch nn) small fHrm, about una fifth
of thin la hay Imii'I, rsiiialiiilvr grain
arid pasture lainl, small Iiciuh arui
harn ntnst! Yi miles from Ijakevlew,
sma'l creek and lirliiutitiir ditch on
the plane, la patronlml aa a way icl
Inn. No. 4-m
17(10 aora at t' pr acre one of
tlia Iwst and moat dastrahle farms anl
stork ranches In thla part of the
country, Hue thrifty orchard. to
story Iwfllliitf 72x40. addition 1Hx'J7.
milk house, wood house, cellar, smoke
hotiMH, chicken house, sprlntf water In
t (h to limine, garden ami liori-e
imrn HOx'.ir, la wt-ll aln't"1 to itrslii
anil ii I fill fa, cntsIMX) toll of hJ, otild
out lOtxi ton If snxdsd to alfalfn. It
la a htirualn, la within 12 uillos --f
Lakevlitw. No. Vix't K
Hit Herns at t'20 ir acre, lord Imttoiu
lauil, all fmiew ami rultlvnteil, in
KOinl act t lenient, jfood praln anil
orchard laud. No. 171--7I
40 MTrn at fH.7.ri pr acre, tiinm
provad tha B W quarter, 8o. 4 T.
:u H , 1( It) K. No. 621-103
'.W) acrss within 6 mllia of Lakr
yIbw at f 10 per acre H!0 of thla la
iholcrst hay iruln and alfulfa IhikI 'J(U
scies leHl of hay land aril IrrlKiited
all fem'i'd with tfnod roiiimudioua
bouse and Laru on the pi are.
320 acre a 1R 76 i-r acre, thla 1
ohnlctt lewd productive laud, all
fenced, ami adaptnd to all kind of
grain, a (food dwtdlliitf and bain. Hue
orchard, alttiafe wllhla 13 miles of
Lakevlsw in (food aatllauient.
12410240 acraa on lake adore, 7
uilli'M loutli of Lakaview, water covers
a larue portion of It which will even
tually be drained by the government
reclamation ssrvlr, mskloK It one of
the iiiox detltatds places Id ' (.iousn
Lake litittoiu. No. lil! i:i4
r.'O acres, at 120 ier acre, within 3 J
12 in I lea of Lakeview, adapted to
(rain, atlnlfa rr vegetables, Joea not
renuire Irrlustion, thla la a ricslratde
price of litud Ternia KtOO down, one,
two and three years time on balance,
deferred payments to draw K pi-r cent.
No. 26 40
ri'iK)-273.Mc.rM In the foot hills, nil !
fenced, inner fiillicK creek on iilnre,
and atiunt 10 inllns troiu (loose Lake,
just tln placo t'i bull I a a took ranch
with good out let. No. 442 28
!."! acrea at IS.tk) pr acre, thla la
a ormtk buttoin in the foot hilla over
thrcH milna Imitf, la all fenced, and ii
Hilmtrutily atuated aa a diilrv or
atock ranch i in ilea froiu (tooae
Luke. No. 412 I-2-2S
iliKi uorea ut 17.60 per acre, never
fallluu creek thnuKli place, a uuod
fiiri'i. lairy or etock ranch, 200 aorea.
hay liunl, rcnidue In h If ul fa and
pHntnre liiud. hll fenced, a Kinid hoiiait, )
baru and out houaea. '1'i riiiH eaiiy. :
Nil, 3K7-47 :
320 acriH within uix mil' n of Inko
view. In nearly all hay laud can tie
utilized ax eithur raiu or nay land,
all fenced, food hoime and barn, la .
nniirly nil under ditch and irriuiition ;
for 20 per acre. No. 4N1 77 1
200 tu na 7 iiiIIcm Kuuth of J'nlnli',v,'
Ktnnll i ri ck Ihrnuuh place IIiIh r n ,
ImrKfilii nt f 10 a-r iicrc. No. 0145
200 ncrea at f(l.f0 per acre, a aum-
iner dairy rnnch, would cut r0 toua
nt uutive hay, Ims cairiud HO bead of i
dairy cuwa and aeverul heml of other.
Ioohh atock dnrliiK live inoutha of the
dairying aeaaou, outlet tifdimited.
No. 4 ll--100 '
f 1200 100 acrea, HO acre ood tim
ber HO acrea Hue meadow, located
about ulno in Men from Hummer tjake
P. ). in T. 30 H. K. 15 K. No.C:4- 144
$ 111, Til H) 300 acrea, one of the ini'nt
deairalile farma in (Jooha I.hUo valley,
ylelda an Iiiiiiihuho ipiaulty of hay, i
well adapted to all kinda of farmins,
all fenced mid well Improved, dwell
lii(H ImriiH, nut houaea etc. , and ood
orchard. No. 038130
113.000 :i)5 ncrea 10 in ilea aoutb of
Lakeview, all fenced anil under culti
vation, two good dwellings, barna,
out hon Hen, perpetual free irriuble
water, H00 fruit trees bearinii, HX) i
voiiiik treea. 400(1 DtrawLei ry viuea, K00'
dewberry plautaitud mauy other Var
ltiea of plunta and Tinea, a place of
Kood poHaibilitiea and hh pri-ttr hi
prolltable. .No. ClO-hl
100 acrea at per hen, 12 n.ile
from Lakeviuu. tliin liuit lieeu proven
a very productiie farm. it In nil
enoed and criM fenced, ell the I in
provementa are new and rein h nent
good dweliloK, l am. out In n e Hideo
did water well 20 tt. iu-i. HM .u-r-a
cultivated, 16 of tlU iilln:n 'I'd.
olearlnt;, plowing and in pine i e.iih
can not be duplicated for Ichm Ilia'
f 2, 2(H). No. iii;t- inf.
1C0 Hciea iu tne Cnewuucim Hiiey
on Lakeview and l'alnlov etue iimd,
choice niyrlcultural land, produces
well without irrif nt ion and will even
tually mine under the Cheweucnn
rrliyiit iou project price f!0 per acre.
;t:i(0 K) iini'B, improved, all
fenced, well watered, never falliim
creek on ) luce, mm II well built dwell'
iiiK, one i-tory, yowl t urn, cut hoimeH,
eto. No. 1D2-20
!)(;() acrea choice bottom land, all
never lulling water, nearly all n endow,
flood l.oiine and larpn barn, niueniileg
from Lakeview. fliOCKJ No. 213-88
f (3600 1C0 acrea thla Ii an Invitlna
place iu apperance, It la well im
proved Una orchard produces well
J. W. Maxwell Son
Dopt. i j,A.,:M.
ii A "
V. W Maxwell
without Ii l lia(iou, g n Imruaiu at
tlil price u.iiHt Im aeen to be nppra
('luted. No UKt'M
IHHXi-210 acrea In Warner valley
all feiicd and crona fenced In live
fields paid up water i lyht of 'ii) Inchea
two atory dwelling i'Mi(t rooina.
front proof cellar, one atory 12x10,
frame horn 2xiX), waiton and wood
hotiNH ICxTiO, alii-ep alied VittW), orch
ar I bearliiH, Co tiena, berriea of all
kind Improvement cont over ffHnOO.
Stock if wanted at inaiket price. Thla
I an up to date ranch. No. 20243
0,232 acrea at f.'i.M per acre, situate
In Nevada, 60 miles southeast of Lake
lew. and 1H m lien eant of California
line, It la all In one body and a larie
portion of it sklrta the lakenhoie. this
la deniraliln for any kind of i-tock
ranch, with the meadow laud it em
l.tacea and the extenlave open rania
ailjolnlnu. No. 4'.I3 I I'J
lOi acres highly productive laud,
uood house, larire barn, KiHiiariuH,
eto., mall orchard, creek throuuh
I'lace. (. acrea Iu cultivation one of
the bent yleM lug fnrma In (ioone Ijake
valley, 10 iu ilea from I aketlew for
tXk). , No. 610 8'J
80 acrea for f I20O, one s'ory fran.e
four room houne. new baru, never
falling! i.tream, on place. 60 acr
fenced, 10 cultivated, an ideal chicken
ranch or small ntock farm about one
mile from ataite road and about 12
miles from New l'lne Creek.
ICO acres KKXl, (rood farm houne and
burn, on alaue road, 10 Inches trrlifa
l.le water, cheaply mio'e renwrvolr nlip,
160 bearlnu fruit treen. 2"0 yon niter
one of irond Helectlon, 60 acre nlow
land, residue pasture. No. 421 JH
liJO acres wltb'o 3 miles of Lakeview,
choice bottom hay laud, cuts 1HJ ton
of bay, price 10 per acre, No. 0200
2' per acre SHi) acres all fenced
aud well Improved, 2 kooi! dwell lux
each with commodious bams, out
houses, 2 orchards' over half of it
meadow, the remainder is rolllnit and
bill laud it Is out of the very few
tracts that could be so evenly divided
Into two farms that it would be diffi
cult to a ak choice of them, has all
the free water it requires. No. 207 IU
280 acres at 114.26 per acre In War
ner valley, all under fence, yood
bouse aud baru and out houses and
small orchard, never failing creek
through place. Terms 2600, balance
1 2 aud 3 yeais at 0 per cent.
100 acres at HO per acre. 14 u lien
from Lakeview. this is ood unim
proved save bruab bottom land aud
v. ill come under one or two of the
Irrliratiou projects couteirp'ated iu
that vicinity. No. 36262
80 acres at 12.60 per acre level sane
brush laud on the went aide ol Cloone
Lake, In wood neighborhood, no Im
provements yet a ood baialo.
j No. 372-122
t20(K) 120' iicres"l4 miles from
i'lunh. about HO acres fenced, 20 in
grain. 20 iu timothy and clover, 10 iu
alfalfa, remainder mixed hay land,
timothy, red top and) blue joint, in
a ireek bottom, comfortable house,
out bonnes, barn, corrals. 2 wella 12
ft. deep. A tine opeuiutf for a heirin
ner iu the ntoYk bunlnena. No. 37746
$1020 10" acres level antie brunh
laud lu ftrowiiiK settlement with uood
prospects of the (ioverument Heclatn
ution SerVice in the near future attaint
ing the settlers in their irrigation
scheme. No. 411112
320 a.ires at fii.26 per acre an ideal
stock or dairy ranch on tributary of
Chewauenn river about twenty miles
from Lakeview. In nearly all meudoiv
with ood outlet for stock.
2(H) acrea of Chewnucnu bottom,
choice land for auy aud all purponen.
nt 916 per acr. No. 0166
120 ncrea at ?(i 60 per acre within six
inilws of Lakeview. Unimproved.
No. 400 GO
100 acres, price $1,000, located ou
border of Desert, small creek through
place, 120 acres t?ood farm land, 40
ucres pasture, with extensive outlet
for atock, 20 miles to uearest t.)wu
this is a llrst clans opening fur a
youiin man to build up iu the stock
buulnesa. No. 0281.
Prices subject to change, no notice
In addition to the preceding we
linva over 20,000 acres of land ot
every grade and quality, in tracts of
one ta twelve thousand acres rauxiuK
lu price from (5 to 1100 per acre, the
quality of soil, location aud Improve
ments detertnin'nn the price. The
above einl'ituep lauds principally in
Lake ctiiinl v. a voodly portion of it
in l. i.i iy I l.il.eview with aome
tewrlioKe 1 1 m. 1 1. iu Harney and
Cm. k county iu Oregon, ls some
choice tracts lu Cultorula aud Nevada
lioiiierinn ou the Oregon line.
Ilesidxiicp lots in Lakeview sell for
.--'." to tt'.' 0 HHeh. liusiuess lots from
Hi 0 to 7(K'0 euill.
OrdiiiHi i v the town lots are 60x126
'e.i-inih. lusher priced lots there
i. in i . m ) i , , . if y iu size, tlie location
ale; -id del el inlniug the price.
. nave tne town lots in Watson's
mlditiou to tbe town of Lakeview the
iiear. nt to the business port lou of town,
alno lota in nil other additious adjoin
ing the town we also have a lare
lint of improved aud unimproved
town property of all kinds for suln
A fifteen years residence iu Lake
County enables us to any, enpecially
to the capital int, we can tiive you
J.oiuters in speculative propositions
u vai ii.ua lines ol business us well hh
realty Unit we know you will uladly
invent Ijnte after you learn what we
biivo to enlint your attention.
Auy think" lu the preceding that
may inteient you, write us for more
J.W. MAXWKLL & BOX.
Dept. A. Lakeview, Oregon
. I ( V.: i'nrf)i.ilniii'S.
I ! i i ' i.i(!lii to plan Is
I he I pr . rei iii the nntlonal
iiij n .' ' 'i i.'ilt of Improving the
Im'.hii. ..t. i n the luniks of the I'o
toin.i i i ii liig forward In n hnp-
hit ' 'd V ll lid iiiImh fiishlon. but Is
pro-- ''(:. .!! lines carefully
(In. ill !il oiii ! ii nmiiilsalon asslKiied
to tin duti l. ti ii I In n 1 1 y of couiresM.
1'IiIh f- .in in I l"i i li:ul ii m Its clmlriimn
Pnulel II l'tiiiiii,i: i if 'Mrnco. the
other Iiii'IIiImts h.P l'Cl tieeil AtlKUStUM
Ht. lliiudeiiH. Cjir'M .M'l'ii nnd
Frederick Law (i,i;e.id I'lr t ire
pa ring a s'lilptured iiiodcl of i!i city
as It exlnfed In 1IK)2. die- (hen nuted
to W liuide n nnalel nlio'Alu- Hie i lfy
aa It should be built in . ii!liu t" an
The Future Washington.
Id one of the rooina of the iiiiifrnln
rent library of coiifrreiMi mny be seen
the plans of Washington as the coiu
uilKsloti found It lu and aa they
hope to have It ap'nr to the genera
tions of the future. And the plan of
the i-lty to come la not merely a dream
Already the work la In hand.
The preliminary plans for many
(croups of new public buildings, nota
bly that of the bureau of engraving
and printing, ou .which Is to be ex
pended f2.ooo.00o, have also lccn Ap
proved. Avenues more magnificent
than thoae of which Major I'Knfant
even dreamed are already In their
formative state, and 'It will not be
tntny years lefore the Inaugural pa
rndea will forsake the great thorough
fares of Pennsylvania avenue and pass
from the cnpliol directly west to the
great monument along a boulevard tbe
like of w hl h has not yet been seen.
Bureau of Republics.
The bureau of American republics Is
an Institution supported by twenty
one republics of the Americas for the
promotion of commerce and trade and
for the cultivation of jn-ace aud
friendship. At the present time It la
housed 'In a building on Pennsylvania
avenue near the White House, but It
has In process of construction a white
marble building south of the Corcoran
gallery, on tbe grounds of tbe old Van
A HUtoris Mansion.
For a long time the Van Ness man
sion was one of the historic building
of the city. It was built by I-atrobe,
one of tbe architects of the capital,
for (jeueral John P. Van Ness, wbo
married Marcla Burns, daughter of
Dnvle Hums, one of the original land
holders of the city. "Crusty Dnvle
Hums" lived In a rude cottage near
the river aud cultivated a large plan
tation extending over the spot where
the White House now stands. The
demand for bis land made him
wealthy, and his only child. Marcla.
wus known as the beautiful heiress of
Washington. For some time Burns
was opiiosed to the projected transfer
of land to tbe government, and the
president and commissioners had sev
eral conferences with him. Ou one of
these occatdons the choleric Scotchman
answered one of Wanhlugtou's argu
ments by this outburst: "1 suppose.
Mr. Washington, you think people are
going to take every grist from you as
pure grain. Hut what would you hove
Ikh-ij If you hadn't married the rich
Legend of the Whits Horsts.
General Vnu Ness, a well born New
Yorker, was one of many suitors for
the hand of Marcla Hums. He be
come a resident of Washington, living
at first with his bride In the old cot
tage, which she would never penult to
be taken down. Ho became mayor of
the city. His portrait was painted by
(illberi Stuart. The mansion erected ou
the Hums ornate was one of the finest
in the country and the resort of the
distinguished people of Washington.
In Oak Hill cemetery Van Ness had
erected a tomb lu Imitation of the tem
ple of Vesta. On each anniversary of
his death the legend has it that his
fnvorlie troop of six white horses
make a ghostly midnight gallop
around the old mansion. Whether the
bureau of American republics will In
herit the ghostly horses with tbe site of
the nnclcut mansion remains to be seen.
Down th Potomac by Trolley.
In these days of trolley cars and In
terurban connections It Is no longer
necessary to sail down the Potomac to
rench Mount Vernon, although that la
always a pleasant trip. The Washing
ton. Alexandria and Mount Vernon
trolley cam carry passeugers along the
river's wooded shores, pass through
quaint old Alexandria and on to an
entrance of the estate leading to the
rear of the uiunsiou house. The train
crosses a bridge which tins replaced
the famous old Long bridge over which
the Union army marched In the sixties,
a privilege denied the Confederate
Mount Vernon In 8pring.
On a misty, mild spring day Mount
Vernon, wllh Its century old trees. Its
formal lCugllsh gardens. Its hedges of
boxwood, Its deer park. Its sundial,
its old fashioned baru, Its outbuildings
for the servants the kitchen, the but
ler's house, the laundry, the spinning
bouse lis kitchen fireplace, big enough
to hold several men In standing pos
ture. Its rolling acres of velvety lawn,
ts so reminiscent of the estate of an
lOugllKli gentleman that It makes the
tcmocracy of the miui who held It the
more return-liable. It Is not strange
that after he had done his work he
was content to remain here and look
after his broad acres. The Mount Vcr
neu Ladles' association, which through
its state regents holds and cares-for
the property, has forever removed
from the tuition the fear that the Orst
president's home would fall Into neg
lect aud decay.
The Mint Common 4:uef 5a fenaf
Itheiimat Ism causes more pain nnd
ottering than any other i'bcae, for
th esm ii that It i the most common
of all ills, and It Is certain t vrntily
i lug to suffer! to kn iw that Cham-
neriain s Idniment will allord relief,
and make rent and nlceo possible. Ii
many eae the relief from pain which
is nt first temporary, has Income
permanent, while In ol 1 enple subject
to chronic rheumatism, often brought
on by dampness or changes In the
weather, a permanent core cannot be
expected, the relief Irom pain which
this liniment affords I idone worth
mauy times Its cont. 26 and 60 cent
si7.es for sale by Daly and Hall.
"Ar ttmra tluuwnnm .f p.i.L I th
servants halir" 'To be aura. Ml ii
I mIiu have chary of dogs won't apocl
se with maids who look after child-
tt i." Louisville Courier Joroual.
BllloasMM An I Constipation
For years I was troubled with
biliousness and conciliation which
made life tniserabl for My
appetite failed u.e. I lost my usual
f rce and fltailty. Pepsin prepara
lions and cathartic only made mat
ters worse. 1 do not know where 1
shonld have been to day had 1 not
tiied Chamberlain'a Stomach and
Liver Tablet. The tablets relieve
the ill feeling at once, strengthen tbe
digentive functions, purify the stom
ach, liver ami h-ood. helping tbe
nvsteiu to do itn work naturally.
MKS. KOSA POTTS. Hirmlngham,
Atla. These tablets are for tale by
Daly and Hall.
"Do you believe lu the super
"I used to, but I don't any more."
I "1 married him."-Chicago Record
Herald. Won't Slight a flood Friend
i "If ever I need a cough tnedleion
BHsin I know whit to get," declares
Mrs. A. L. Alley of Deals. Me., "for,
fter using ten bottles of Dr. Klog's-
ew Discovery, and seeing its ex
icelleut results lo my own family and
; others, 1 am convinced it ts tbe best
' meilciue made for cougbs and Colds
and lung trouble." Kverv one who
tiles it feel) just that way. Relief is
felt at once and Its quick ' care sur
prises you. For Bronchitis, Asthma.
Hemorrhage, Croup, La (Jrippe, Sore
Throat, pain in cbest or longs it's
supreme. 60c and 11.00. Trial bottle
: free. Guaranteed by A. L. Tbron
"Your glasses," sbe said, "have
made a great difference io your
appearance." "Do yon tblnk so?"
be asked. "Yea. You look so intelli
gent with tbem on." Chicago Rec
Every body is likely to Lave kidney
, and bladder trouble. In fact Dearly
every body has some trouble of this
kind. That is tbe reason why you
bave pains io tbe back and groin,
scalding sensation, urinary disorders,
etc. that's your kidneys. Tbe best
thing to do is to get some De Witt's
Kiduey and Bladder Pills rigbt away.
Take tbem for a few day or for a
week or so and you will feel all right.
In this way, too, you will ward off
dangerous and possibly serioun ail
meutH. They are perfectly harmless,
aud are riot only antiseptic, but allay
Iain quickly by tteir healing proper
ties. Bend your name to K. C. De
Witt & Co., Chicago, for a free trial
box. They are sold here by Dais and
"Should act i esses wed?" asks a
Paris paper. -Certainly, but not to
excess. Mlwaukee Sentinel.
I Lived I Si Year
Wm. Parr Eugalnd's oldest man
mirried the third time at 120. worked
in the fields till 112 and lired 20
years lunger. People should be
youthful at SO. James Wriuht. of
Spurlock, Ky., shows bow to remain
young. "I feel just like a 16-year
old boy," he write, "alter taking six
bottles of Electrio Bitters. For
thirty years Kiduey trouble made life
a burden, but tbe Arts bottle of this
wouderful medicine convicued me I
bad found tbe g reatest cure on
earth." They're a godsend to weak,
. sickly run down or old pepole. Try
.them. 00c at A.L. Thornton's.
I Green Smith asked me to forget
my troubles this morning. Brown
What for? Green He wanted me to
, llsteu to bis Chicago Daily News.
Bad Attack ol Dystcntery Cured
"An honored citizen of thin town
was suffering from a severe attack of
dysentery. He told a friend if he
COIlld Obtains hottla of rhamharluin'i
If nil.. Chnl.F. ,1 III..KAI.A. i
he felt confident of being cured, be
haviug used this remedy in tbe West.
He was told that I kept it in stock
aud lost no time in obtaining it, and
was promptly cuied," says M. J.
Leach.- drungist, of Wolcott, Vt For
sale by Daly aud Hall.
"lit is uoing into politci ; be thinks
he's a politician." "What does bis
tvife think?" "Sh.t's too much of a
lady to tell." Hostou Traveler.
If you expect to get the original
Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve, you
must be sure it is De Witt's Carbol
ized Witch Hazel Salve. It is good
for cuts, bums and bruiseH, and is
especially good for piles. Refuse sub
stitutes, bold by Daly and Hall. .
IS. tice fur Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Laud Oltlcn at Lakeview, OieKon.
Marcli 9, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Perry
W. Hh nister, of Paisley, Oregon, who
on May 8, l'.)02, made Homestead
Entry No. ?l2rt, Serial No. 01721, for
8W quarter HW quarter, Sec. 3:1. T.
31S., R. 18 E., NW quarter NW quar
ter.. Sec 4. N half NE quarter, Sec
tion 5, Township 3Ti S. Range 18 E.
Willamette Meridian, tins tiled uotice
of iuteutiou to make Final five year
proof, to establish claim to the laud
above described, before Register aud
Receiver, at Lakeview. Oregon, ou
the 7th day of May. 1909.
Claimant names aa witnesses:
Charley Harmon, Earnest Matchers,
John Elder, J. II. Banister, all of
AIM6. J. N. Watsou, Register.
ERECTED IN 1900
SAHPLE ROOn ff-i Jr '? -
TDAVPI FD4 T'vPftJ-
' a .
obomaKow LIGHT & HARROW, Propnetoiu
Tinker VnA .letlre.
Dpeartment ot tbe Interior. U. S.
Laod Office Lakview, Ote&oo, Feb
ruary 1, 1309.
Notice is hereby given that MIL
TOM BERT RICE, of Lakeview, Ore
gon who, od Nov. 10 H08, made Tim
ber and Stone Application, No. 0806,
for E half SW quarter. Section 33,
Township 36 8. RaLge 19 C, Will
Meridian, haa filed notice of inten
tion to make Final Proof, to estab
lish claim to tbe land above described
before Kegisterand Receiver, at Lake
view, Oregon, on tbe 7th day cf iay.
Claimant 'names as witnesses: Uny
W. Rice, and Uej. Lynch, hot a of
M1M7 J. X. Watson Register
to learn the bodily
comfort it gives in
the wettest weather
Si, 250 Reward.
the Barney ooun
Live Stork Atuw-ll
ion, of wbich I m
1 member, psyat7ak.
reward lor evidence
lea. ling to the eon
vlctiou of partiea
iralnift stock be
longing to it mem
ber. Io sdiiitiou 1
off or t&M reward
Home brand horse-
sboe bar on either
or both laws. Re
Range, Harriet, Lake and Crook Counties
rtores vented wheusold. Uorse sold to pass
tb rough this section will be reported in thl
paper. If not ao reported, please write or tele
phone Tbe Times Herald, Main 824, Burns, Ore
goii. W W .Brown, Barns, Ore-
Re ward for Horses
1 will jjlve f 5.00 reward for Inform
ation that will lead to the discovery
of any horse branded with an old
horseshoe brand on both Jaws, placed
aa lntheci't la thla advertisement,
with fresh triangrle brand underneath
the horseBhoe. The triangle placed
In such a manner aa would cover up
a bar on both Jaws. Animals must
1k found In the poaaeaslou of some
person or iieraonn.
So much has already beta said on the
importance of buying your seeds from
a reliable dealer that to repeat it is only
waste of words. f Seeds havt
proved their worth our mcrcas-
"'V,1Jltf Duslncss ' prool indeed thai
I;.--... merit alone has made the
' : j 'v ''v most Fcedsrtien mi the
Vt ".T; -' - a.forfafKv;, 120
il I ils AXE
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iianuer waists, tli best to tie' had
in any city. Mere Co.
Bpriuj? gooils will arrive 'in fevr
diiys ut l akeview Mercantile t'o
S. P. AMLSTROM
The best Vanquero
addle on the market
Also n complete tin of
wagon and buggy hsr.
nt it, whips, robes, bits,
rlates, spur-i. quirts, rose
ttes, n fact tverythirt In
the lin of carriage ail
horse furnishings. Ha
pslrlm, by compstent
Kotir.n fbr Pablicmtlem .
Department of the Interior IT. S,
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
March 21, 1909.
Notice is hereby given tbatUEORUS
W. DUNCAN, or Lakeview, Orego
wbo, oo December 1. 1903, made
Homestead Entry No. 31S3 (Serial .No.
01175, for S half SE qnaiter, NE
quarter SE quarter. Sec,. 31, SW quar-
I ter SW qqarter. Section 3i, Tonsbip
,32 S . Range 22 R., Will. Meridian.
: has filed notice of intention to make
Final fire year Proof, to establish
claim to the land ntrTe rie.acrihe'l,
before r.fgiter and K-veiver. at
Lakeview, Oreaau. ou the 4th day of
Claimant nam's as "inee?es'
; Frank Paxton. Fr:'ik 'Vilson. t'.i
j Fitzgeraid, aud K. A. liatvkiu, all
of Lakeview, Oregon.
j M25A29 J. N. Watson, Register.
There Is no need of anyone suffer
ing long with this disease, for to
effect a quick cure it is only neces
sary to take a few doses of
Colic, Chclera and
In fart. In most cases one dpse is
sufficient. It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and
dangerous cases. It is equally val
uable for children and is the means
of saving tbe lives of many children
In the world's history no medicine
bas ever met with greater success.
PRICE 25c. LARGE SIZE 50o.
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