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TRANSFER OF LAKE MAJOR GOES TO
COUNTY PROPERTY THE PHILIPPINES
Children Cry for Hotelier's
OUT PRICKS ON
Clear Lumber, Mill Work
CO VIP ANY
Reported by the Lakevlew
Abstract and Title
The following transfers were record
ed in Lake county for the week ending
June 15, 1911:
Corvallis, Ore.. Juno 17.- Major U,
(1. MseAlexandcr for the past four
years commandant of the regimental
corps of cadet t the Oregon Agrlcul
turnl College, tins just received an or
der from the War Department Mt Wash
inKton to r'Hirt in the I'hlllipines
October 12. to diHMid two years with his
old company there, the Thirteenth
W. H. Meyers to C E. Miesse, Lot 1 lnfHntrv. Hi successor as rommiinil-
fe t iff K
WILLOW RANCH, CAL.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
Prescriptions have been filled at
this store in the prist five years
This record shows better than
anything e sc the confidence
placed in this store by
both doctor and
THORNTON'S DRUG STORE
Daily Service Except on Sundays
Train No. 2 leaves Alturas at - - - 5:05 A. M.
Arrives atReno, Nevada, at - - - 6:05 P.M.
Ii am No. 1 leaves Reno, Nevad, at - 8:4-5 A. M.
Arrives at Alturas at 9:50 P. M.
S. P. Co's Trains leave Reno as fo'lows:
No. 23 leaves Reno for San Francisco at - 7:30 p ra.
No. 3 leaves Reno tor San Francisco at - 2:4-5 a. m.
No. 4 leaves Reno for the East at - - - 9:25 p. m.
No. 2 leaves Reno for the East at - - - 9:50 p. m.
IT. Blk. 3t?. O.V.L. Add. Si NJ SKI
SKI. Sec, 9, W-19.
j 0. R. Wilcox to State of Oregon
, NWJ SWl and lol 2. Sec. 20. 41-1(5.
! Flora Oppilger to Skjning Lind, Lot
3S. Blk. M, 0. V. L. Add, NJ SJ NWJ
NEJ. Sec. 6. 41-19.
! U. S. to A. N. Jones. NEJ See. 83.
I F. M. Blaker to N. C. Taylor. Lot
2.1. lilk. 4i O. V. L. Add- SJ NJ
NEJ SEJ. Sec. 25. Sv-li. fGOO.
L. . M. Deboy to Vestina Currey.
1 Commencing at a point 450 ft.E of the
NW corner of Sec. 28. 3'.-24, thence
S 395 ft. thence E 425 ft. thence N 31KV
ft. thence W 425 ft. to place of begin
in jr. $1000.
N. E. Currey to II. L. Frcas, same
property as above described. $1000.
U. S. A. to N. P. R. R. Co., lands
in Sees. 17, 20. 22. 15. 14, 6, 7. ami 4,
T. 2 R. 12.
J. L. Cannon to L. C. Vinyard, Be
gining 3843 ft. S and 230 ft. W of the
NE corner of Sec. 24, 41-20, thence
W 200 ft. thence N 10ft. thence E 200
ft. thence S 10 ft to place of begining.
N. P. R. R. to C. E. Sherlock. NJ
of NEJ. SJ NEJ. NJ SEJ. Sec 10. 31-17.
U. S. to B. W. Sharp NJ NEJ. Sec.
; 2. 3-19.
Carpenter-Lamb Co. to C. W. Em
body EJ SWJ. SEJ. NWJ. EJ Sec. 3(5,
E. R. Patch to E. J. Patch. SWJ
NJ. Sec. K 30-20. $100.
W. J. Moore to J. S. Branch lands in
Sees. . 22. 23 and 16., T. 30. R. 20.
17. S. to Frank Barnes, NWJ NWJ
R. M. Vernon to D. T. Godsil, All of
Lot 12 in Blk. "A" in Walter's Add.
to Lakeview, Or. together with other
U. S. to Gustave Darrow, NWJ Sec.
L. Brosterhouse to F.
NEJ. EJ SEJ. SWJ SEJ
JThere were 34 O. V.
P. Hixon SEJ
, Sec. 15, 26-12.
L. Deeds re-
The REAL HOME PAPER
The San Francisco
M. H. de YOUNG
Serve, Conservative and Well Edited.
DAILY -:- SUNDAY -:- WEEKLY
Sunday's in Colors
WM. WALLACE, Dealer at Lckevicw, Oregon
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... i Vi l Stauart Supply Company
I Box 6110
A remarkablj' efficient
exterminator, used suc
cessfully for 20 years.
The most economical
to use because the most
certain. For sale by
Hall & Reynolds
LAKEVIEW - ORECON
C.es relief at On.e.
hi-ai.4 and pi o' ti.-t
tlie div iH'-ff im-m.
l.rjii'; r.-Kultin fi-oin
Catairh and drives
awuy u Cold lu l!ie
storc-s tlie ht-imes o(
I OP tuv1;
Taste mid Siu.H. Full size 50 ctn., attni
'it ir ly mail. In li'juid form, V-l ut.
i.ly UrotUer,60 AVurreu Street, Ntw York.
The 6heep ehearing corralls and dipp
ing vats at Camas Prairie are now in
first class order. During the shearing
season the corralls will be in charge of
the sheepmen. ROSA McDANlEL.
My corralls on the West Side are now
ready for the sheep shearing season,
and I have a dipping plant in connec-
I tion. Will have a good crew and super
intend the work myself.
I JOE AMBROSE.
The undersigned -will Hell at Public
Auction at Bleber'a corner on Hatur-
I day, June 21, 11)11, all of his house-
tioia furniture. Terms of Halo to be
strictly cash. M. KoehL
Tom WaUou, Auctioneer.
8UBSCRIUE FOR THE EXAMINER
Under authority given out by the
Oregon Forest Fire law enacted by the
last legislature. State Forester F. A.
Elliott is actively engaged in perfect
ing hid campuign fr the prevention of
forest fires during the approaching
dry season. Aside from the local tire
wardens, of whom there will he about
six hundred in the state. Mipervi?irig
wardens are Lting appcii.ted in each
of the heavily timbered counties. I:i
that part of the state having but a
small amount of timber, two or more
counties wHl be looked afctr by one
supervising warden. Mr. I'hus. C.
Chitwood, of Klamath Fall, has been
appointed to the position of supervising
warden for Klamath and Lake counties
This appointment was made by the
State Forester after a very careful
consideration of the recommendations
received from the principle timber land
' owners of this territory. Persons
residing in localities not covered by a
local fire warden should consult him
i in regard to burning of slashings ami
information concerning the file law.
; The supervising wardens will . have
' general supervision over the county or
; district placed in their charge. Thev
j will be expected to keep in touch, with
I the local fire wardens, whether serving
' voluntarily or under pay from the tim
! ber owners, county courts or otherwise,
and to lend them every assistance in
their power for the enforcement of
the laws. They will be empowered to
issue burning permits where the terri
tory is not covered by a local fire
warden, and to act as referee in cases
where there is a difference of opinion
between any local fire warden and a
resident or company relative to the
advisability of issuing a burning pre
mit. Logging camps, sawmills, rail
roads, etc., where steam engines
burning other than oil for fuel are be
ing operated, will be inspected from
time to time to see that proper spark
arresters are kept in use. In addition,
supervising wardens will advise with
farmers, loggers, and others who have
slashings to burn, instruct campers
concerning camp fires, distribute
copies of the law, post fire notices in
places where they will do the most
good, and keep the State Forester
fully informed in regard to the fire
situation in their districts.
It is not the intention of the forest
fire law that the state should be called
upon to fight fires, and there is no
ant has not yet been nnmed, and will
have no occasion to take up his college
duties until tho opening of the next
school year, at the end of Septembrr.
as there is no work in military training
during the summer vacation.
Major MacAltxandcr has seen ser
vice in tho Phillipine twice before
with the Thirteenth Infantry, before
his advancement from a captaincy, and
is the author of an interesting and
authentic history of the regiment. He
acquitted himself so well that in
he was detailed to the general stn!T
and ordered to Washington, and the
year following was made inspector
of military departments in colleges.
visiting in that capacity twenty-two
institutes in various parts of the
I'nited States where military science
In the fall of 1W7 he became com
mandant at O. A. C, and the ex
cellence of his instruction is testified
by the fact that the institution has
ever since stood high in the ranking of
institutions of military instruction in
he country. In discussing the work
here this spring Ciipt, II. L. I.aubach
of the U. S. General StalT, who made
the anunal inspection, spoke of the
exhibition as extrcmelcy gratifying,
showing earnestness of the part of the
utudents ir. the work, as well as care-!
ful training. He was struck with the
excellent spirit of the student body ;
toward military science, l.ast year's j
inspection report to the government by
t'apt. M. J. lA-nihan of the General
StatT was also extremcley fluttering. '
The new armory, one of the largest
and finest in the United States, will be
dedicated to Maj. Mat-Alexander, to!
whom a bronze tablet is to be erected
in the building Monday. The eighty j
foot steel flag pole, costing over &!00,
which was presented to the military 1
department by the junior class last
year, and the handsome bandstand, the '
gift of the student body arid alumni,
indicate the enthusiastic spirit Maj.
MacAlexandcr has aroused among the
young men under bis direction the past'
Another mark of their loyalty to
their commanding officer was made by J
the cadets Thursday when they took a
special train for Portland. fdK) strong, j
at 6 a. m.. marched and driled all day ;
long in the sun, and returned at 7 p.
m., to tbe college to complete their
examinations. They were rewarded
by enthusiastic appreciation from the
thousands who witnessed their ma
nouvers and fancy rlrills on Multnomah
Tho Kind Y'M lfiivo Ahvnya Ilought, mid Mhlcli Iium been
In iiso fi-r cvor TO y.'iins lut homo tho algnaturn of
sr& , mul lmi Im'Oii iiiimIo uinlcr hln per-
C' stAf 7' ''""" MinrIMon nlm-o It Infancy.
S., v.irevv.V. Allow no onn to l I vo you In thin.
All C'oiiiitt rft U ImKuflom iwul Musti.s.irtMMr' nro but
r.xfH-rtiuMita that triflo with iunl endanger tho health of
lufunti mid CliiKlrcn i:xn,.iloiw ncnlixt I'vpcrlinent.
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Cantor In I a hamdoNH HuliNtttutu for Cantor Oil, lar
Iforic, Jro lind Soothing Syrups. It U IMeamint. It
coiifnlnii neither Opium, Morphine, nor other Narvotlo
MitNume. Iti niro I lt runrauteo. It deMroyn Worms
niul nllaytt lYverNhncMM. It rure IHarrhn-ii an. I Wind
Colic. It relieves Teethlnir Trouble, cure ConttlnitUon
lind J'latuleuey. It UxnlmltuteM Iho J'omI, regulate tho
Stomach uikI llowelw, Kl"ir healthy iuil naturul sleep.
Tho CliUilrcii'M I'nuaceu-Tho Mother I'rleml.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
I Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
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LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
F. P. LIGHT Oeo. HARROW
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! PRESIDENT TAFT
! President Tuft in his candidacy for
the presidential nomination in 1912 will
receive the unqualified indorsement of
former President Roosevelt, which will
be uttered juit as erdia Illy as it was
prior to the campaign of 1!KIM. This is
the best political news received in
months and it comes to him in a man
ner that leaves no doubt as to its au
tnenticity. Information that Roosevelt under no
circumstances will ullow hia name to
be pre.-ented to the Republican nation
al c nv(.;.ti(.n wi s (-: veytl to the
j White House several days ago. but it
! dil not become known until lately that
Roosevelt feels that the administration
i should be continued. It was brought
'out sharply as the result of cordial,
j greetings between the two men at Car- j
dinal Gibbons' jubilee at Baltimore. 1
Whether Roosevelt's approval of
Taft's candidacy will go far enough to
take the former president into the
campaign as an active stump speaker
is problematical, but that the force of
his personality would be with the pre
sident was assured. 1
Information that Roosevelt would
be found allied with. the president
rather than against him, was brought) I
directly to Taft from Roosevelt by
mutual friends in official life who was 1
connected with both the Roosevelt 'and
Taft administrations in a capacity
that enabled him to gain and retain
the confidence of both.
appropriation made for that purpose ,
except in extreme emergencies. The
real intent, however, is to prevent
fires and in case fire does get started
to see that the proper persons, that is, I
those who are the most interested in
the locality of the fire, whether timber1
owners, sawmill men, loggers, farm
ers or others, do get an adequate force
of men on tbe ground immediately to,
properly handle and extinguish the
NOW City Bakery &
. Coffee House
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IVVA I'.MIN I'.I.OCK. Ne-i- ', i plume OIIIc-1
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Pastry,
Cakes, Light Brer.!: fas It,
Lunches, Coffee, Etc.
V...lilitrg llll'l Mlher in! I'.kr, In imlvr
't (.In r tn.iiei- lliivil I hi.. -I. ;:: 4 1 mi
New Management tr "J.v i oh only. w. ikii;. r.iM..
The Proof of tho Pudding
is in the eating of It. Have you tried our make
of Sugar-Cured Hams and Bacon, also
our Home Made Mcr.ce Meat?
THEY WILL STAND THE TEST
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.
J. MUtl'IIV, I'HOIHIKTOII
cot 111' llolli-K
Special Attention to Transient Stock. Horses
Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open. Phone 571
LAKEVIEW : : : : : : OREGON
Lakeview Meat Market
HAYES &IQROB, Propr q
Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Etc., Etc.
Try our Sausages and Cured Meats