Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, February 10, 1910, Page THREE, Image 3

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    LAKECOT'NTY KXAMINKit, I.AKKVIEW, ORROON, THHrixtMY. FKMItl ART'ld1, itOO. " "
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minimi a milrrliiiii rmiiln. IhmmI pay ,
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ary, llcli rrii(ii' riiilri-l. Mintfll and I ii
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I Ion MrliUK'T," Overland Monthly, 77 :i Mm
krl HI. Mn I ian Imh, I itl. II
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women ill i" "I ni'i.i'iitiiiii'i-iii x.iirimi' iniiiu rii
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K aALK'
NENMSl'Al'EK Hood tiuiaueaa. Fur
particular aly at Esamlner o It loo.
MISIM.I.ANKIIIH
NOTICE TO HTOCKMKN : If you
wlab to laaaa lent in what waa fur
Kially known aa tha Orairon Military
toad Uiant, call at our odloa and put
In your aiiillcatloon.
Wa are now in poaition to aecure
tba aama fur jyou'at'raaaonatila rates.
rAtfinO;LANO;CO.
LINCOLN lOUNTT 1JIUH BCUOOL
For4 lolukmatlon in regard to
Llenoln Coooty 11 ih School, Rta
aoaraphy, Typa writing. Vocal and
Inalriimental Miiulo, Manoal Train
Inn. Kent of furniabad cottaaea, coat
of 'If Inir, addrau Prof. W liber. Naw
ptt, Oretton.
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waru all pnrliea foim entering our
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Nniii' but urn All linrKi-aaoin, ami ouljr In large
buhcliK
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$1,000.00 Reward.
Tin Orruou. Culifiirniu Nevada
I.lveMiiM'k riiiiii-t Ive Amhoi'IiIIoI)
will ulv' sloiHi Itewiini for I he eon
vlytinii nt iiuy purty or iwirtlea hteiil
liiK liiirHi-M. nit i h or iiiuii'H Im'IoiiuMuk
til 11 .t of i lie f. l t 1 1 1 VC lliemlH-ra of
thla Ahhi iflii i h hi:
Cox (Murk, liew iicnii 1,11111! &
Catlli' 0.. I ler.vfonl I.iiul V tut tie
Co., I.nke County I.iiiiiI & l.hi'Htock
Co., W inner Yiill.v Stock Co., Win
W. I'.iinvn. in n. 1. Jolii'M, (ieo. Him.
kliia. h. it. Cliiuiiiler. C. A. Hi'hiirt, N.
Fine. W .a. Currier. Frank It. ItntierM,
J. C. Iloielikiee, Ciildorwood llroM.,
T. J. linittnlii Soiih, T. A. Crump,
Crtn-li-r & Koiiner, W. T. Cri'Maler
Miiu1 I "iiiiiiiii.
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(W. P. llfcltYKOKH
F. M. (IHKKN
S. i. ClIANKI.KIt
Sncceed when everything else falls.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, aa thousands have testlflsd.
FOR KIDNEYfLIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
It is the beut medicine ever aold
over a druggist's counter.
ALL FRUIT TREES
MUST BE SPRAYED
To Lake County OrohurdiHta:
Nutloa is hereby given Unit fruit
growers 111 uh! make piepurul ions to
throughly apruy their fruit trees
.during the year 1010.
i . A. M. SMITH, lapsed; r
BAL KMTATEfl
FOR HALE. -Lot V . Block Pi, 10
acre a.) Ttant 1, eea sbv T. 8. 36, it
90. Lake eouaty. Make offer II. K.
Kreemeo, 271 K. 8ik, fit. Topeka,
KanaaB.
FOK HA LK. -Tract VI Km. Wi, Towa.
40 Range IH 10 acrae. Tract 9 Han.
17. Town 41. Kanga 10. 10 arras.
-Tract 4!). Mao i:i Town. ,37 Kange
'M. lOaorea. J. P. U KVANH
Lakeview, Oregon 4Htf.
TO MTT.-10 arrra rsr Laki-vlew,
Tract :n. Hen. M. Tan, III), Kanga
1H for una to II yuara. limit reaori
ahln. Ad.lna M. K. IMLL1S
Timaa OHlce. I.oa Augalaa, Calif. 2wl
KOK KENT Tartly ftirniMhad limine,
thrao rooma Enquire at Examiner
Olllca.
TO 'lit A 1)10. Onit lot anil twclvx. ona
linn Ireil dollur HliHrna (if Klerk lu
... . .
I r.laBll 10
Lltfbt Plant in n ttitlvii.tf
town in Kanaa.. for Und In O V I,
C'o. 1'rnct or aromiil Lakaai'lu. fallf.
Adilrem JOHN II PACKKU
LlnatiorK. Kanaaa 2i
FOR HALF. Ona G-room boue,
cellar and woodahad lot 07Xri38 Price
I KMX). Terma. lue 3-room bouaa,
tr5U lot uOX:i.'H. Teruia. Ooe 'I
room home, lot bOXXIi. Terma Tbla
property la all thiee Mocke from
tba arbool bouae. Kea or write K. 1C
Patcb leaker lew. tRtf
FOR8ALR.-10 acrea in 8oe. 7.
Kange 21, Township 36, Tract 6-lo-cotod
io the Herjford raoub Also
town lot In addition to Lakaview Lot
8, Ulack 00.. fully paid up for 400.
W. W. WILLIAMS Ctb Fraud SU
tm'X BL Joaeb Mo.
WIIITK IIOR8E TRACT FOR HALK
I bnve a i.'Oacre tract (No. 8) in
Hnc. ai.'Two. 11 K. SA. Is Harnet
Conutywhlch I will Mi ll for WW. ft '
Is one if the O V. I trncta in whut
Ukuown aa the 'White Horae rnnch
Ifl A I. MWAIK Kit Vi.rm.n U'.i.li
l . ... . ....... j j iiudii
WB 8KLL 10 ACRB TRACTS under
IrriHutlon 'n tbe (lolden (Joone Val
ley from f'iV) to M(W eucb. Write
tor our booklet.
SOUTH BRN OR BOON REALTY
CO. LakaviBW, Or. u'Jtf
FOR HALB. 040 acrea of land in one
tioily In tbe old roadttrant only tl'JUl.
L)n you want UT Wont' reply on
laaa you mean buianeea and mean it
qiilcklT.
SOUTHERN OR BOON REALTY
CO. Lakevew, Or. OUtf
LOHT: Watob Cbaln, Blka tooth, gold
mounted with Maaooio emblem on
mounting. All appended to gold
buckle. Hultable reward will be paid
for return of tbe aama to W. LAIR
THOMPSON.
MTKAV NflTICH
LOMT. Kevaral yebrllne (raolad
with T diamond beneatb on left
hip. Murkad with Hfillt in left ear. A
laward a ill be paid for knowledge
of whereabouts; also teed bill.
1-W3 J. C. OLIVER
STRAYED Krtlttl lliv Held. Allir. 4tl
one mnn Ueliliiiic, lininded 7 left
ahiiiilir aUIi lutlf cirelo. Una aore on
1 be ioiiit of left alionlder. Suitable
reward for return of iiiiiniiil or in
(4 inniitii hi that will lead to ita recov
ery. JOBAMUROSE.
CREED MCKENDREE
C. II .McKENDREB Wishes to an
auuonce that bia aervioea are at tbe
disposal of tbe purchasers of tbe land
at tbe Oregon Valloy Land Con
nany'a Rale In Oregoo. For two years
Mr. Mckeodree was rental agent, bar
ing charge of all tbe lands embraced
lu the Military Road Urant, wblob
waa cut up aud sold by tbe O. V. L.
Co. In tbat capacity ba familarized
himself with every tract of land on
the grant, became acquainted with
renters, and can tell you from per
sonal knowledge the value of each
aud every tract, botb aa to location
and quality, aud renting value. In
addition Mr. McKendree knowa tbe
Mrckmen and who rented every por
tlou of tbeae lauds during tbe paat
two years be knows wbom to Bee to
rent each tract this year. For a nol
Immteeof five (15.00) dollars per
tract tegardlons of aize, Mr. MoKea
dree Willi render a report giving loca
tion, quality and the value, and will
tin you a renter if the land la rent
able. All ri quets for information
muai be aoonmpnnled by $5.00, otber
wise no answer will ba retarned.
Rt MEMBER. Mr. MoKenJree does
not have to inspect tbe, land, and
render a "firs look report; be bas
the booka claaalfjiog every treat,
and k owe what it rented for laat
year - ie baa been over every foot
uf tbe Kut. be can find 70a a rent
er. 1 alan, wish to announoe tbat I will
attend to tbe payment of tba taxea
for all con 1 1 act boldera; group tbelr
lands for renting, leasing or Bailing,
for the period of one year from tbe
15th. da.i or March. 1910, for a fee
of fl. (X) per contract.
All contract boldera wishing to
avail themselves of bis offer will Imall
to tbe undersigned a deaorlpton of
tbeir tract and lot number, together
with the fee above mentioned.
Reference Any bank or business
tn a 11 in Lakeview
AiKiresB C. II. McKENDREB
Lakeview, Oregon
Ch ldren Win Are Sickly
Mnthrra wlio valim thrlr own oniutiiri anil!
the wi'liare ol ilii-lr elillilren, "limilil never be
M illion! a bo ol Mnllii r (iray'a 8w el fowilera
fur Children, I.T nan ihrounlioiit Ilia aeafon.
Thi'V liri ah iii Cul la. Cnro Kvertiilnttaa, tlun-
hi piiilmi, IVi'tli UK IHnonlera, llrsilnoliv and
Ht mi 11 li I ron iili'H I II r.r. row nr. 11 nr.v r.n
KAIL, Kohl by all Drim Hiorua, H5o. lon't
aiorpt any anliatltuta. A trial iat.kue will ba
u..i,t k'nirk to anv nwiOiMr who will ailtlruai
c
. COUNTY NEWS
PAISLEY AKO SUMMER LAKE
Mlaa
afoaaptlna
Yonng, bavins
eloaed har srbrwil 'at Hum mar lake.
returned to t'alaley Saturday with her
father and taa-oganlat at tba cburob
aervioes Hunda evening.
Mra. Jamea Harper and other are
planning to viva a concert In Palalay
on Wanhlniftnn'a, blrthdaT.
It la aatd ttJr) fill noon hn ft wsJ
Hint Irt fa.ttfk frnm liaa aataiw n .
tain youui mania llxlua up hlB
houae.
1
Frank Oearenrtiea bolda tha record
wir ' eep wnna in catKI? Hollow. Hh
Htrui'H water af. 1 2 J feet. 'I'ha two
.Mii- tea and Robinson are yet to bear
from.
J. . Richard at his Dry creek
hornet. -H'l grit water in bia well at fif
teen tee
Old politician around Paialey aa
that a n'an who ha imled tba couny
ty not of deht. built a eew oouit bouae
and redne d the tax lay from 31 mill
to 7 B can't be beatoo for reelection as
coooty judge. Or. Daly, yon are it.
W. A. Currier, Clarence Harrie
and Joe Nelaona hae been appointed
apralaera of tha eat ate of tbe lata
Jamea Foster and were in Lake? lew
last week.
Watman W I (bars told a bnnob of
twelve to year nld belters to Hoy of
tbe Thousand Spring ranob and de
livered tbera Monday of thla week.
Have wa bean aeelng tblnRa out of
Ihelr natural' arder. or ia it reallv
aa inverted. CDmet In tba westers akyT
it ia "ain tnai iota ia tba inola com
et It ia too early ret for tba Ilallev
rotnet.
With the number of pretty elrla as
there are In Pslslny tbe preacher can
always be anaoreri o a crowd out to
Church. A hack- load of ua went tn I
town Sunday evening to bear Rev.
Young.
M'. A. W Bryan and daughter
Annla of liryan'a atatlon ware visit
ing In Paialey tbe past week.
Palaler Is slowly growing. In a
few veara more tba town lll bare an
express office.
Paialey should have a resident den-
tat. iiealdasmapy teetb tbat require
attention tbera are a o umber of boles
In the streets left from tbe recent
flood tbat need bill -g.
The paat "weak "a bridge hag been
pot in Mftroaa one of tba forks of Dry
creek. At thla rate tba etrean eveot
oally will be entirely under (control.
It is reported tbat Miss Kate Kerry
baa aaid tbla ia bar laat term of school
at White Hill. Doesn't abe like ua
any more?
Jackson A. Dobkina is tbe aama of a
naw Arm wblcb it ia aald will open ,
B Mla AGNE4
II Y should so many of this rising generation and of
this one alreadj risen take it for granted that yictory
ia not for them, therefore it is not worth while to try t
It cannot be the effect of MEEKNESS OR DE
SPONDENCY OR HUMILITY. The American
is 1 not despondent. lie is far from bumble. Cer
tainly he ia not meek. Why, then, do so many Americans today RE
GRET TIIE PAST, FIND FAULT WITH THE PRESENT,
DREAD TIIE FUTURE! We are still confirmed optimists at
heart. Why do so many of us speak and ACT LTKE PESSI
MISTS? IN OUR HISTORY THERE WAS ONCE AN ERA OF GOOD FEEL
INC. THIS TIME MAY BE KNOWN AS THE ERA OF DISSATIS
FACTION, FOR WE ARE AND FOR 80ME YEARS HAVE BEEN
DEEPLY DISSATISFIED WITH ALMOST EVERYTHING.
We are dissatisfied with the climate, with the taxes, with the cor
porations, with tho labor unions, with the supreme court, with the
executive, with the Fourth of July, with the native born, with the im
migrants, with the array, the navy, the marine corps, with our habit a
of life, our manners and morals, our speech, WITH EACn OTHER,
WITH' OURSELVES and, strange as it may sound, deeply dissatis
fied with the AMERICAN WOMAN AND WITH TIIE AMER
ICAN EDUCATION. '
How deep, how wide, how well grounded is this DISSATISFAC
TION, especially aa concerns women and education, it is difficult to
know. W have, LITTLE TO GO BY, so far as public opinion ia
concerned, xcept the periodical press, the writings of f oreignera nd
the speeches and publications of experts in education.
WANTED
OREGON VALLEY LAND COMPANY
CONTRACTS
C .)u ilosirv to ispoe ol vibir
I am reads' to do business n a
"et'(l description ol'land
E. H. BRAMWELL.
201 ANDRU3 BLDG.. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
a tora Is Palaler thla aprlnff. Prof.
J irkeon ia principal of tb Palalay
acbool aod'WIlllain Dobkma la tba
tonkman and farmer.
Word oooiea that Alfred Mnaa baa
aactirad a pnaltlon on a atraet ear In
Portland (la la learning early what
j it lakaa to aupport a family.
' Laka Atiert tha fiant winter for the
, II rut t'ma In man venre aaa frozen
j entirely oer
i Ro Woodward who wa down rttm-
:oay from hia hon-iifpH'l on. router
, "rea aava inai a nen ina ice i.roki, op
i ,"' rummer lake If awepl away fence
or( the weet al ia and plowed op end
on tha meadowa for twenty feet.
I Tad Woodward and your enrreapon
jdrit hare InrMi- l t heamclvca to at
tend tha W hte It'll Hnn'lay echno).
I but aa yet tha invitation ha not bean
accepted.
Edwin C. WoodwHrd the paat week
ha been aniveving hi homeatend.
When be bnlld hi storage reasrvnir
on Dry creek he ran have one of tbe
bast apple orchards In the coontry.
It appears that the people were mora
acarad than hurt In tbe recent jam at
P-laley. The Ulalr and tha Tuckers
wa a about the only families that
really needed to move out of tblr
bousae It was tha foar of what
mivbt come tb-t made tha resideota
uneasy. At one time it was reported
that a jam waa forming at Juniper
Jack's and it was feared when this
gave way it might do great damace.
The citizens of Paisley now look
atoioally upon tbe matter and treat
tbe flood as quite ordinary. Tbey
reel secure aa to tne raiore and say
tbe ilka may not occur again In fifty
years.
W. K. McCormaek, road sopervis
or, says that In order to protect tba
town from another jam and flood tbe
people of Paialey abould bnlld a
levee long tbe south bank of tbe
Cbewaucan. He thinks tbat If tbe
citizen took bold of tbe matter In
tha right spirit tbe cuuoty could be
Induced to belp.
The wa(her cnndlti ns tha past
In cr were altogether pecollar.
When tha Paif-ley inndation waa at
its height Polk Hanitner came down
from tila ranch alxteen mile np tbe
river. When ha left home tbe tber-tnom-ter
tool at 35 and when be
reached Paialey I was a hoot zero.
it was tnis conomon on the upper
river tbat made tbe slush tbat caused
the jam.
Notwithstanding the fact that Janu
ary bas bean the coMest for many
years tbe past week baa beta more
like spring weather. Tbe maxlmnm
temperatorea at Woodward'n for tbe
week ended Sunday were 46, 34 39,
42,42. 40, 55. The minimum were 20,
24,25, 33, 24 2X .
It is sid tbat old man fambert
oearly Idropped dead . wben bia son
broke tbe ewe to bins of tbe new
heir in Paialey.
This Is the Era of
Dissatisfaction.
IRWIN, formerly Dean of Radcllfre
Collcfe.
itr ict l'tr land,
lin itetl number.
an
I lot to
iskern Kmers
If you want to sell, list your land with
C. O. MISENER.
Lakeview, Oregon
Box 216 Office In Umbach Block
Lota for sale in Lakeview and Valley Falls
Accurate and prompt reports made for hold
ers of O. V. L. Co. tracts.
NOTICE FOP. PUBLICATION
Department of Tbe Interior United
States Land Office, Lakeview, Ore
gon, Deo. 2S!b, 10U0.
Notice ia hereby given that tbe State
of Oregon bas filed In tbla office its
application. Berial C2ftl, to select
nudar tbe provisions of Act of Con-1
grese, of Aug. 14tn, 1848. and the
acts supplemental and amendatory
thereto, tbe NJ4NKJ. Section, T.
38., R. 520K. W. M.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tbe laodc describes, or deeir
log to object because of tbe mineral
character of tba land, or for any oth
er reason to tbe disposal to ap
plicant, aboqld 6l their affldsvlLs
of protect la this office oa or before
tba 27 h day of February, 1910.
AR1HUR W. ORTON Register
Tbe foregoing notice will ba publish
ed in tbe Lake County. xansiner,' a
weekly newspaper printed in Lake
vlew Oregon for a period of not less
than thirty days prior to date last
here! a mentioned.
ARTHUR W. ORTON Regieter.
J13F17
La Fo Metre's
Weekly Magazine
The dreat Progressive Weekly
Tbere are many reaaona why you
ahould read what Itaaya 52 times each
year. It la free to tell tbe troti. It
will oppoae the encroachment of Rta?-
clal privileges upon the 1 ode's
lights. It will call the roll n public
men and lueaaarea and intarm too
bow your congreaamtn work and
vote. It vlll criticiHe the eiecutlve
branch of government from the
highest to the lowest, if In it judg
ment the peoplea i n teres tn i;re not
protecttil. It will aprea1 tht- troapel
oi ideal home life through tli VV
men's Department. It wiL W con-
BerTstlve when good thlnjr r.re to
eonavrved. and radical v bu bad
tulnga are to be exposed.
Senator R. fl. La FoHette
Editor.
Price $1.00 a Ye . r
You can get the magazine and the
Lake County Examiner
BOTH ONE YEAR
For $2.60 in advance
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lai'liiding one patie-n free I
lake County Examiner S.00' All Four
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I'arla Minle 60 --'0
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Address all onlers to
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Lakeview, Oregon
For Farm Lands-
WESTFRN STAGF
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LAKEVIEW
ALTURAS
STAGE LINE
C. O. Lamest, Prop'r,
Of fie in Thornton 'a Store-
Stage leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sunday at 0 a. m. Arrive
at Altnras at 6 p. m.
Leaves Altnras for Lakeview at
6 o'clock a. m. or ou tbe arrival -of
the atage from Likely. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 boors af
ter leaving Altnras.
Freight - Mattrs - OivetL
Strict - Attention ...
First Class - Accomodations.
Northern Stage line...
LAKEVIEW -PAISLEY.. .
k W. BRIAN. Proorietor:.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a. m .
eerj day but Sunday.
Returning, leaves Paisley-- -at
6 :30 a m very day bo"
lnnr1ay
Freight $1.50 per ca t.
PaaMdgera' Fare 4 Heend trip if
OFFICE B. R.eroo. Htore, -ac-T...
lakeview
PLUSM
STAGE LINE
V. E. Tavlor, Prop.
Off ice at B. K-ynoids' Storr.
8tage leaves Lakeview Mondays, We""'
noedaysand Fridays at 8 a. m., arrivt -at
Plush at 9 p tn. Leaves Piueh Tues
days, Thursday and Saturdays, at t
a. m., arrived at Lakeview at 9 p. as.
Pasaenger fare M one way 01 $7 lor
round trip. Freight $1.50 per cwt.r
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Karmer'a Voice..
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Poultry Success
Lake County Examlucr .
Farmer's Voice
Home & Farm
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LakeCoumy Examiner
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Reliable Poultry Journal.. ,
Bke County Examiner..
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