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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1900)
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Lakevikw, Oregon, Hent. 8, 1900.
Court convened pursuant to adjourn
ment; a me officers present; when the
following proceedings were had, to-wit:
It appearing to the Court that Charles
Umbach has tiled the lowest hid to fur
nish the wood for the County Court
I loupe, to-wit : To furnUh 20 cords of
two-foot wood for the sum of $4.19 per
cord; it is ordered thai the paid Charles
Umhach le awarded the contract to
furnish 20 cords of two-foot wood at
Raid price of $4.19 per cord on or before
October l.p, 1900.
It Is ordered that two hundred and
fifty ($250.00) dollars is hereby appro
priated for use in Iload District No. 12,
and a warrant therefor is ordered drawn
in favor of F. II. Snyder as Supervisor
of said district No. 12. The following
warrant was issued :
K. H. Hnytler.
Appropriation for District No. 12 fiV) 00
In the matter of the petitions filed
protesting against the obstructions in
the county road, known as the "Mount
ain Koad" to Paisley, the Board has
taken the same under advisement and
ordered the surveyor to make an inspec
tion of said road and report by the 8th
Ordered bv the Court that a warrant
be drawn in favor of S. J. Prof-e for ser- j
vices as Commissioner and mileage.
H. J. Prow, CommUhiooer, salary and J
mileage 116 n0 (
lourt adjourned until Octorer , 1900,
at 9 o'clock a. m.
Charlks ToNM.vciSEX, Judge.
S. J. Prone, Commissioner.
Novel Irrigating Scheme.
II. C. Levens is the leading spirit in a
novel plan to irrigate the sagebrush
lands of Harney county. The proposi
tion is (and the contract has been let) to
sink a well in the center of each eection
of land located so that the water from
one well can be put on each quarter sec
tion. The water will be pumped into
large reservoirs with a traction engine.
By this means the one engine will fur
nish power to raise the water on the sev
eral sections that have been filed on by
the promoters of this enterprise. In or
der that no time or energy shall be lost
it is also proposed to attach a 12-foot
sickle bar to the engine, by means of
winch the virgin sagebrush forest will
be cut down as the iron horse moves
from place to place.
Lakevikw, Ore., Sept. 18, 1900.
The following named citizens and tax
payers of Lake county were drawn to
serve as trial jurors for the next term of
the Circuit Court to le held in Lake
view, Oregon, commencing Monday,
Octolxr 1 nt :
T. J. Flook, C. Fisher.
P. E. Taylor, F. ti. Houston, C. P.
Sessions, Dave Young.'
Herbert Aldridtre, V. li. Barnes, It.
D. Stanley J. A. Prumm, C. C. Harris.
, SILVFR LAKE.
John Hayes, J. M. Hayes, C. D. Por
ter. PA18LEY CROOKED CREEK.
W. K. McCormackC. A. Kehart.
W. R. Bernard, V. G. Spencer.
NEW PINE CREEK.
A. Robnett, E. C. Thruston.
J. G. Walters, J. E. Bernard, B. Rey
nolds, J. C. Oliver, George Whorton,
John McElhinney, G. W. Wright, T. B.
Vernon, W. D. Woodcock, II. C. Whit
worth. A. Y. Beach.
Notice to the Public.
I hereby give due notice that J. M.
Parrish has been installed as my fore
man in place of J. X. Givan and is the
only one authorized to transact business
or contract debts on my account in Lake
or Modoc counties.
George W. Mapes.
Lakeview, Ore. Sept. 18, 1900. 37-3
School District No. 9.
The following pupils of district No. 9,
(Crooked Creek) were perfect in attend
ance and excellent in deportment and
scholarship for the month ending Sept.
7, 1900: Clarence Rhinehart, Lena
Loveless, Iva Benetit-1.
Alma G. Johnson, Teacher.
A salt mine has been discovered six
miles from Cedarville.
anb jBfqjde Sbop
Geo. hi Hudspeth, Prop
Bicycle Supplies and
WHORTON & BARNES
VEGETABLES, FRUIT, PRODUCE
Leave Orders at the Store.
All work guaranteed strictly First
class. Per day's work, $2.50. Head-
quarters at Mrs. S. D. Coulter's Kestau
The Redding Free Press says that the
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Rail
road Company, lesseeof theOregon Short
Line, have run a survey line across. Har
ney. Lake and Klamath counties from
Idaho to connect with theOregon Mid
land, aiid that the Midland will contin
ue west to Eureka. This is the first in
timation of such survey that has come
to the knowledge of Lake eoiinty people.
It is rumored on good authority that
the Armour Packing Company ha re
cently contracted with the United states
Government for six million pounds of
live beef to rome from the Pacific Coast
for use in China. That will represent
12,000 head of cattle averaging 500 pounds
each. Cattlemen on the Pacific Coast
will have to hustle to supply the de
mand. The Siskiyou mills are sawing out
75,000 ties for the Oregon Midland railroad.
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Farewell Concert To-morrow Night.
Remember the grand farewell concert
to be given in honor of Prof. A. A. Gra
ham at the opera house to-morrow
(Friday) evening. The brass band, or
chestra and Mandolin club will take
part, and the program promises to be
an interesting and lively one. Prof.
Graham intends leaving Lakeview next
week and our people should turn out
and give him a good benefit. There
will be a free danse after the concert to
which all are cordially invited,
eion to concert 50 and 25 cents.
We will receive within a few days a complete line
of Fall Goods. We will not be able to show you so much
vacant space AS'sdme of our competitors but will show you
the largest and most complete line of General Merchandise
ever shown in Lake county.
We will not be undersold.
H. C. ROTHE & CO.,
Lending Merchants of Lake County