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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1909)
exas Land !
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Sold on Crop Payment Plan
Crows Rice, Sugar, Oranges, &c.
OUR. PROROS riON ;
.i in the (liil' Pist rut
i vmi t;i v ly giving
until we li i vt- i riiiv-
I ml'l )rr- "i( II Wll
1 1 i i 111 1 n I UK ii vi r i"
1 1 1 iu'ii i 'ii from l In-
H ill ll W.lllll' III I III'
Y will sell you mi improve 1
l'Tc.ns, in Wharton "ountv. ;i
lis two-fifths of your crop f.'ich
the purchase price.
Thin roiiiaii.v own '.'.'i.kkIimti'k of I m '
In rri thU your, ami yielded ho leii-lnl-
win til farm liulhlliiK. It In numbed wi
Colorado ljvr li.v ll ptliilpiliKI'I'Uit l'trk'i-
cnl ire ril v of S'. 1,1111m.
Thin latnl l ll a blin k loiun moiI It i-n.l i I i growing nf Niigar
cane, iillslfii, cotton corn. orange. Iik an I v. go i,. i 'II i-IihI- Any 'f
t hoc crop chii he ktowii without Irrigation mnl. equipiM-il hm It Im with
canals for Irrigation ami with nml with an nbiiinbnii i'cr mipply. ll is
particularly milled to tin culilviit um nf 'hi' humor crop o' t tit- country,
Our IhihIh will U iolil cqulppail for Irrigation wilha u mi rn nf of till
rtriit water tu It USE RUE or anv Other Product 0 ttton. which
inlude CAM'., Al'Pl.l;, UKAMI2S. H(s, OHAMII:N nml IIMAI'li FKUI'
Th p'lce uf thi'w land Hum ul mI run um Ij3.n0 lo $50 ,0 per
Acre, m elrdlng; to Location, 1 1 1 1 1 r v i in ami tjti.uiiiiy nf Lund al
ready In Crop
We require ii Oaali Payment ui (Hll'r m- Hml l M) mure w r mre In
hIi iiimithM. mi tluit you will tiiivi-iMiuuh n 'il lutfive tun nil Intercut
In w nuking tin- land ' You do not sign a not. 'ir mortgage for the balance,
lint merely itKtv t IhlhrriiN 7'uo. flit lis nf Yntir Crni f.itrli Yrnr li your
I in v iiii'ti t , and the only payment ou are- required to make.
BY THIS PLAN
If yuu Im v ii hard vear we ii.'io . ir o r I -mp nml von will hive no un
paid nut tituri- yoo In iht fa h u ii iv 4 i..i yi'iir . i- we know you
will lui vt. vonr fnr in In aomi pnl I I ir.
Vnll Clin cliniiw your own rr H'-l'l III t rqillrcat leat 7i (iT
rent of mien crup to In- Mice, mm v Munv I li 'lie uiu-i i t1 1 i t ) .
S. H. RILEY.
SAN ANGELO. TEXAS.
I. Miii- City, Wlinrtoti li Texas
H.'ivCitv M.i i 'l.i iuiiity. Texts,
lie sure to mention I Ml; l:XV1li ' h ou rite mlvcrtisers.
He-I never know how to tnko you.
Kin Well, you might try the soil
tnlru mrt IhmI - Kiiiikiih (Jlly Time.
C ASHTO R I A
1 for nl a ku1 Svvm
I.I v MUH'k lTi
Whlih ih f unit
HiKiH"! In ft ntcifib
will lvr I H)
'f Mr ) for evlflfi
I..x1.l.if t. ftlu .
'Vol any IjMy nf ih
tl-n Rt'llriK lior-
raitlt or iiiulf ,
loiiifltiK I" any '
ii- tu Ix-ra.
In11 lion to tlif 'ov, tlx ijnlriirti
offers nn lh nir rnmllilon $V U.Oo for ail lur
p hraiHl'l hnr' rIio' tr on txith or cUi-
in w, Hraii'l nror1'-'l In i-IkIiI ' oil ti! Una
I r tit-y . t.nk- an 'I ''roo i-ouiitl-i. Hor
V 1 1 1 ' l M ll'-ll Nol'l
N'oim- i-ri ti h rf- mii'l an 'I m I v In
hi In h".. W . flHoWN, HI.-, Mr-Ti'i
it haiscs r::c duuch
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nn.l il i. h innri I d in I hi'
In'lii-r i'!i'i' ). .!i-iH
it i I tin- ii it If ti. r.
o!f pound 25 nrxig
soi a r.r c.iocchs
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mil I'.il'. liil nl l-'iil Ii in
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1 I I 1 1 ri'le tlmt I r i ll i rrrv kt.u k nf r(i-l shown nn improM-d m-iire. Without il
V' uu Mill ii'cr rcullv enjoy the priilr mid cxlnliirulion of progress, und -jsjr prujlrt- s.
Allow- all, the trigger pull must he right. I lie Suvuge trigger pull is udjustuhle. The
huidi'ig inceliiuiiMii niiiNt he hiindv. The Sawige in himplieity itself. I he micrometer must
he retined. I lie Suviige register t lie KHHItlm of uu inch ertienlly or luterully. In fuel , every
Icature of the Sangr large! Kille cun he udjunled and suited tu the exact needs of eueh
target khooter. JCan yuu expect to improe your gulf with the wrong club? Can ou
write a well with a fine pen if you like a tuh better? That is what we mean by the
"exact need " of each target thooler. J The Savage Rifle latitnci. Iti accuracy is partly
due to iti upeciul rifling and its beautiful balance.
ha Itxdinf drvice il I He aimplrit crr put nn larlrl rifle. Kvery lime you drop in a cartridr. I he opiniii
f.f ihn " amii " nrrta the old ahell : clttaina ihc "arm" encka the riHc. 'I hat'a all ihrte ia In il. (Chambered lo
ahiMtl ahnrl, lniu. and Itml-rillr rarlruUra. 22 inch heavy barrel
ha Sia hull plate. Maa no equal lur lait'l
in oil hand fthiHilinft. I'tice. V' Sll-
s ci: minis en.
hiKvtrti, not blued. The arm wciftht 4 A pound v
a in a t.tTtt r a r.-rrtr. a rr - "
LAKk tUUl 1 Y ADD 1 KAt 1 LU. g
A Complete Record
vAl0 'iavc nia(le an entire transcript of all Records in Lake County
(which, in any way, a fleet Real Property in the county.
' " We have a complete Kecortl of every Mortajje and transfer
ever lii.ide'in Lake County, and every Deed jjiven.
OREGON MAP SALE i
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Hap of Oregon. j
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tir.int omplite, I M-rtiiiiix. Iuii
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lull- In In- iii iti-, -ti-il in liiniU
n. nit Imtii I li'fir .ii. :; ::
llnl in' i in i ltii t uf thin inn i u win'il I.
MUNTI-R LAND CO.,
I.T I.UMilr tiiii'u'h I!M.
lo' 1 1 .1 n t, Oregon
Errors Found in Titles
In lrniiM.r.... .he records we have found numerous,
niortjjc'ies recorded in the Peed iveoitt and uot indexed; anil
many deeds arc recorded in the Mortae record and otner
hooks. Hundreds oi iuortgaLrcs and deeds are not indexed
at all, andaie most diflicult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors:
Others cannot find them. We have pnt hundreds ot dollars hunting up
these errors, nnd we can guarantee our work.
these errors, nnd we can guarantee our work. Q
J. D. VENATOR, Hanager.
Wh'-n I wnn In Coloiniln mwiv i"'k
la the all I ten I one ni'irnllr,- Iff I I n
rrr for th aouth It wn tin- tl.iy nf
road firrnts. and f rnnffn I f. lt nomi
what tirrrnua. I wna told hy thr U'pIIh
Karpi feHjf thnt the ronr-b wnul 1 he
ipjnrdi'il hy one of thi-lr im-n Il k
Rtrelp, wliAtn thy eormlilprfl worth
hnlf a rloo ordinary men. Thla aat
luflwl m, for from the time I uttered
the alate I had heard of tho hrave
doi-'lH of thin aame I)lrk Steele.
When we wtre alut to start and
Ktii-le waa polntrnl out to me I wa
HiirprlHi'd. He wan a little fellow about
five fi-ot five lrirhi', and I couldn't
arc how he could terrify even a Blnj;Ie
roblx-r, and there were often several In
the partlea who robbed roarbea. How
ever, he had an eye which, like hla
name, was steel, and a cold looking
steel at that, and I put him down for
one of thoHe men In whom nerve takes
the plae of muscle.
I made the trip out and back with
Ptei-le. ami there was no occasion for
the Wi-IUT'iirEo man to show his met
tle. When I left Ix-nvcr for Chpyenne
to take the t'nion Pacific railroad for
the cast Steele was again the guard.
This time when we were midway on
our Journey we heard the cry ahead.
"Hold up your hands!" and the coach
rami-' to a stop. A man came and stood
on one side of the coach, holding: us all
covered with a brace of revolvers,
while two others on the other side
opened the stage door, threw down the
stepi nnd called to us to alight. Steele
was In the middle neat and next person
to the open door. We nil expected hltu
to suddenly bristle with weapons and
kill the two men before they knew
what hurt them. Instead of thnt he
tumbled nut with bis hands In the air
as nlinlilj an n young fawn.
Sfi-liig th.it we liful no protection
from this vaunted hero, we nil got out
and Ktooil In line while the roiid agents
relieved us of everything about us of
liny i;i!i:e. Kvidently they h:id never
si"Ti S'..ivf boftire. for they fronted
hlni Jn-t like the re.st of US. I thought
perluil In- riil'-rit stoop nnd pull n pair
of ri'v.i!ii-rs from his boots: but, al
!V,::.;'i In- In. 1 r-i -i l.i! :i!i h!ng.
!. !. 1 lint .':. I'll- .;iu!titvt l:ioM'-
rin'iit. 'li"ii III.- robiMTS wci'i- ihrou'i
with us they ordered ns buck into the
coach and told the driver to move on.
As noon ns we were free from the
robbers there was a great outburst
ag:iln-:t Steel. '"You're n pretty guard:"
"Whoro did ymi get your reputation
for I ,-;! very 7" "ihc l.Ltri'-1 cownr.l i:i
the co.ii'h:" T!ie.' ve-e mHiii' of the
protests fl'.'i. were hurled iialnst the
tnun .if i'i"' h rt ; ii ! :i t i-u. condnet
In lieMi ii: theiii ui ini'ed eicry one
that he wns not only not brave, but
unusually cowardly. lie did not resent
a single one of these insulting re
prtiaehes. Indeed, he did not seem to
hear thetu, keeping his eye out the
window looking tit the ground we
passed over and watching for some
thing Presently the road made a turn, and
the coach passed around It and behind
a clump of trees. Steele flung open the
coach door. Jumped out, unstrapped a
Winchester from under the boot and
started back, stooping among some
bushes so as not to be seen.
I am not a brave man, but I am a
very curious one. Seized with a desire
to see the rest of the story for my
self. 1 alighted and went after the
Yc It'll gone about ha'f a
a !'.. stot u here we had U'en
and a t ! . i i 1 of this distance
epressimi in the ground. Tak
ing position In this depression. I could
see all I wanted to pee. I saw Steele
dodging along a short distance ahead
of me. and about the same distance
beyond hlra were the robbers dividing
the swag they bad taken from ns.
Then from out a clomp of sagebrush I
saw a puff of smoke, heard the crack
of Steele's Winchester, and a robber
fell. Befor I could have counted flvt
there were another puff and crack, and
another robber fell. The third maa
had only tint to look wildly about
him when he, too, went down.
Then Steele advanced cautiously. As
be approached one of the robbers rais
ed himself on bis elbow and was about
to Ore at Steele when the guard drop
ped him, this time for good. Steele
went to the plnce where the bodies
lay, gathered up their spoil, turned
and came slowly buck. When he came
up to me I remarked to hlin that he
had been t'ry lucky to l1;nl the rob
bers eugagi !, and he replied that they
usually di I led the plunder at oiiee, so
thai cadi ia:m could shift for himself
w itltoul losing his share.
I went back with the little man lo
the coach, which was standing where
we had left it, nnd Steele asked each'
person to !ek out hla belongings,
which he was uot slow la doing.
Then followed nn npology from eVery
one who had rated the guard for hla
cowardice. Some of those who had
t)een most abusive looked a bit terror
stricken, thinking that they might be
called to account But Steele paid no
more attention to the apologies than
he hud paid to the abuse, merely re
marking that a man who blustered up
gainst another man's gun when th
muuls was toward him was a fool.
Tito Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which lias been
in uho for over 30 years, lias borne the nlfrnataro of
and ha been made tinder his per
Bonal aupervlfllon III nee its Infancy.
rSY, s-CccAUl. Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nd " Jnst-as-pood " are hut
Kxpcriuicnt that trifle with and endanger the health of
I ii funt and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
froHc, Drops and Hoothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm
nd allays Feverl.shncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cure Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Jiowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Childrtu's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC CINTAUfl COMPANY. TT HUHNAT aTMCST, N TONH eiTV,
mil.- l .'.
w a s a i
I'i;" Oretruu. California & Nevada'
l.i vent ock Protective1 AsMiiciatioi)
will give llnnu lb-ward for the con
cietion of any party or part its steal
ling burses, cat t le or tun Ion belonging
tunny of t he folluwlng; members of
t his Assi icia t ion:
l ux Clark, rliewncnti Land i
'at tie l'o.. lb ryfui'.l I.jiml V Cattle
''.. I ..! ke County l.'iml A: Livestock
'.'u., W.-irtii-r Valley Stock Co.. W'tu
U'. I Im w n. ( ,e i ,. . . .ii.-. ( ieo. 1 1 i ii-kin.-.
s. ',, Chandler. C. A. Keharr. N.
l ine. U'... Currier. 1'rank 11. :.iiiers,
I.C. 1 1 oti'hU is,i, Calder ivood llros.,
T. .1. I'.r.ittain A: Sons, T. A. Crump,
I'renrtler Ar l'.otiner, W. T. Cressler
Mau l I. I'.ambo.
.... . I W. P. II KHYFol'.II. Presiil't
)hM' V l-" 1 1 M. Mil f.r.u.SiM-.VTrea.s
W. p. lli:i:Yroitn
I'in m i: C i. I". M. ;ki:i:n
I s. P.. CiiAMii.r.i:
Ci INXKST NOTICE.
Pe art iiient of t'te Interior, United
States ham! tttice, Lakeview, Ore
gon, l let. litl 1 1 . l'.li'.l.
A sucient coutfst attidavit has been
tiled in this otliee bv Wm. Keppel
Harry, coLtestaut ngainst llouie?ted
Kury. No. 0400. made Aug. '21st, VMS,
tor SiW quarter SW quarter, Section
'J'i, ToAiiship 117 S.. Kange "U K.. Wil
Ituiiete Meridian, by John A. Clrak
Contestee, in nhich it ia alleged that
the entrymau never lived on said
land, uever cultivated the same, has
net fenced it or used it aa a borne.
Kutryruan has bubt a cabin on said
laud but.same coutains no windows,
floor or door; nor is there any furni
ture therein. Also entryman bas
abandoned land for eight months last
past, said parties are hereby notified
to appear, respoud and offer evidence
touchiug said allegation at 10 o'
clock a. m. ou Nov. bith HH.1i before
Register ami Ileceiver. U. S. Land
Oliice, Lakeview. tlregou
The stiid cintestant having, iti a
proper litli l.ivit, tile 1 t let mi, l.H".'
: set tort li tact.-i winch show that at
! ter due illllgenee lieisnal service of
i this iiutict cauuot be made, it is
hereby ordered aud directed that
j such notice b giveu by due aud
I proper publication.
A K Tit UK W. OKTON. Kegister
FRED P. CRONEMILLER, Receiver
PETITION' FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
We the undersigned legal voters of
North Warner Preeiuct, Lake County,
State of Oregon, respoctfally petition
the Hon. County Court, of Lake
County, the State of Oregon, to grant
a ilceusi to Pat Murphy & W.
.Moss, partners under the firm name
and stvle of Murphy A Moss, to Sell
Spiritious .Malt and Vinous Liquors
in le-s ijuantities than one gallon in
North Warner Precint, Luke Coanty,
Mate ol ( ir!on, tor the period of
twelve iiiiii:tii, as in duty bound we
u ill ever pray.
J. H. Turpiu
W. C. Scam ui on
' W. 11. iieuetiel
, Harry Riggs
J. 11. ( ireeue
J. J. Scott
11 J Anthony
; l-'rauk Roggers
1 il .Mills
1 Machuel Lane
J W Uandley
A J ilodgklns
Nolen E Currey
F J sullivau
4 H Horns
O W Uigby
O A Curtis
Willis ii Grisel
C H Robinson
Earl 11 Clark
P E Taylor
J W Fine
L W Fraker
Warren C Laird
A H Canterbeny
C. W. Dent
W. K. Barry
11. li. Woodcock
W E Schuster
W H Porter
Thos F Murphy
James I) OCouuor
Phil S Harry
J A Morris
F P Lane
ve O Grisel
J W L oftus
R ti Grisel
Dick P Mahuney
li J Petiu
D J Guinel
Department of the interior, United
States Land UtUce. Lakeview, Ore
gon, Sept 23d,, 1909.
A sufficient contest affidavit hating
been tiled in this office by M. B.
Rloe, contestant, against homestead
Entry. No. 4035, (Serial 01608) made
May 13th, 1908. for N half SW
quarter, SE quarter SW quarter,
SW quarter South East quarter.
Section 28, Township 34 S.,
Range 19 E... Willamette Meridian,
by Rudolph Knubbi, Oontestee, in
which it is alleged that said Knubbi
has never since the date of entry es
tablished a lesideuce ou said land,
that entrymau has wholly aud totally
abandoned said entry for more
than six inonihe la-t past (May 13th,
j K08 to present time) that he as
wholly and totally faile I to cultivate
j or in any manner improve land em -'
hraeed l l entry, nn 1 has performed
no .Mirk ot any kind thereon; and
that his alleged al'sence from the
I land whs not due to employment in
i the army or navy or tuariue. corps of
'the United States, said parties are
I t . i !.. J J
iiereeoy iioiuieu 10 ttputiar, respinni,
auii oiler evidence touching said al
legation at 10 o'clock a. ui. ou Nov.
iOth. 1909, before Register aud Re
ceiver, U. S. Laud Office, Lakeview,
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, tiled Sept 22, 1909,
set forth facts which show that after
due dilligence personal service of this
notice can not ba made. It is hereby
ordered and directed that svich aotioa
be given by dua and proper publica
tion. ARTHUR W ORTON. Register.
FRED P. CRONJMILLKR,
State of Oregon, County Lake, sa
1, Pat Murphy, being first duly
sworn, according to law, deapoae
and say: that the foregoiug petition
coutaius the signatures of au actual
majority of the whole number of le
gal voters of Notta Warner Precinct,
in Lake -Couuty. Oregon, that each
ot s..i,l si -.a, it i ires is een '1 i ue, that
t.ii'u ol t'.e peiMjus whose signatures
are signed to said petitiuu, is au
actual resident in said precinct, ut the
date thereof, aud was aud has betm
actually residing in said precinct and
resided therein at least thirty days
immediately proceeding the date be
signed said petition and also nf the
tiling of the same.
of tbe firm of Morpby & Moss.
Notice is hereby given that the un
der signed will apply to the Hon.
County Court of Lake County, State
of Oregon, on November 5th, 1909, for
a liscense to sell Spirituous, Malt and
Vinous Liquors in less qualities
than ona gallon, in North. Warner
Precinot, Lake County, State of
Oregon, for a period of twelve
months, from tbe 7th day ot October.
MURPHY and MOSS, byPATMUR
PHY, one of the partners.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department nf The Iuterior, U. S.
Laud Office at Lakeview, Oregon
Se(it. 21st, 1909.
Notice is hereby giveu that Edith
Vernon, of L akeview, Oregon, who,
on Sept 1 It ft. 1 '. i i J . ii, udt 11. E. Eu
tiy No. 327."', Serial, No. 012u3, for
S 10 quarter. Section 1 Tow nship 40 S.,
Range 20 E., Williitiuitte Meridian,
has tiled intention tu make Final
Five Veeai Proof, t i establish claim
to the land above described, before
Register 'and Receiver, U. ,S Laud
Office, at Lakeview, Oregon, ou the
lib day of November, 1909.
Claimant nacuea as witnesses:
E. O.Pratt, of I-akeview, Oregon
Harlou Prough, of " "
George Fitzgerald, of "
Charles Eoleston, of " "
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
S30 N4 Register.