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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1902)
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER J U REVIEW. OREGON. MARCH. 20, IV02.
A DUTY PERI ORMED.
The County Court may well stand tip
on it record for huthfulni'is in the di-
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nrtl 11 4 -v r- ; maryi' 01 muy in im- (inmip .i
I ivJ t vj j tlHk in preventing a spread of the smJI-
j and in nttiMiiplinn I" tmp out the
Delegate Elected Prom Various ,j.,,.M. in thi enmity. We leheve the
Precinct to the County Con- ; taxpayer would prfr to hnv th
Court audit n low hill oontrmtl in
1 thi v rutlit-r than have tin minillpo.
Kcl'ut'lii-nn riitimric t lit'l'l in nil , (f (VMlrM t,re ,i,,nu jiiipU ln
tlit r.t itu t "I lake I'ounlr litet Tu-. 1llve olly now tli-M'overfl that tin' li
day. In N'rtl I.akvif w t-Wfii Ult- MW jn tliiii county. Tin' fail
Raton to tl.t- County Convention to 1 1 & ,a , .litvert-.l
litdd t.ft Saturday, March IT-M. erv . . ,. t,,,!:-,,- ,.,,
vlnced pome "doubting Tli nmiV
vention Next Saturday.
elected a follows: C. K. AndTon. W.
A. Mainiiill, K. M. Hrattain, J. K.
Moliariey, C. P. I.incharver, Elmer C.
AhUtrom, titsi. II. Aver, A. K. Ton-Iiin-iiMi.
tieo. K. MiUcr, Ernest Hrown
and James Handler.
In South IjiWeview precinct; the fol
lowing citizen mere elected delegates
to the County Convention, ly acclama
tion: A. Y. I'.e.u-li, C. llenkle, 1. C.
Sohiuimk, M. A Striplin, K. N. Ja
quifdi and Frank Keid.
George II Aver a chairman of the
meeting in North I.akeview and W. A.
C. Meiikln was chaii man of the meet
ing in .Smtli Lakeview and A. Y". IW-aih,
There will le f delegate in the
County Convention, Itkeview having 17
of the number.
.S far a heard from up to the hour
The Examiner went to pre the out-j
side precinct elected delegate to the
Republican County Convention a iol
Silver Lake-J. M. Martin, J. S. Mar
tin, llert (iowdy, J. C. Conn, Frank
Chewau"an Pell Kruttain,
Scott, Chester Wither, C. H. Parker,
Al Farrow, Will K. McCorinack.
Crooked Creek S. B. Chandler, Ku
Itene, Kile, C. C. Itanium, E. E. Rine
hart. New Pine Cre k A. E. Follett, C. C.
Cannon, Eb Follett, A. M. Smith
Thomas Creek J. M. llatnergly, S. J.
Dutton, F. H. Snyder, S. J. Prose.
At Summer Lake, Harry Ahldridge
was the only man preent at the meet
ing, and it is preumed that, Mr. Ahl
dritfe being a etannch Republican, he
elected good men and kept order.
The latest from the Commercial Bul
letin of IloHton ourtey of iiaiiey A
MaHinjjill) give good news to our local
woolgrowern : o far the indication
are that prices for new wool will average
15 to ?0 per cent higher than last year,
and that the landed cost in Boston will
)je more then similar old wool is held
for here." We imported in January
four times as much clothing wool as in
January 1901, and for the seven months
ending January 31, 1902, the imports of
clothing wool are 25,9fil,919 pounds
against 9,024,705 pounds for the same
period last year.
(with a purpose; that the oatheome
disease "has at lnl made it appearance
here." Much n'ore tredil i due the
County Court for it vigilance than to
those in authority who denied that
smallpox existed in Lakeview, ati .1
lail-fd to take the proier precaution to
prevent it spreading even among the
p Kir Imlian. The County Court cer
tainly ha no apology to make for con
tracting a few hill against the county j
to prevent the spread of smallpox. On,
the contrary, had Judge Tonningsen ;
a 'ted otherw ise, he would have leen '
guilty of cros neglect of duty and
would have been deserving of public
censure which he certainly would have!
received at the hand of the "gang" j
(the few) who are now criticising him
for faithfully performing hi duty.
A happy wedding occurred at the res
idence of Mr. and Mr. C. A. Kehart in!
I.akcview last Sunday afternoon at 5
o'clock. At that hour Judge Charles
Tonningsen united in marriage Mr.
Mark Musgrave and Miss Hose Kehart,
in the presence of relatives of the bride
J " land a few intimate friends. Ml. Mus
grave is the gentlemanly employe at the
Hotel Lakeview bar, and has made many
friends during bis brief residence in
Lakeview. The bride is the second
daughter ol Llias. A. Kehart and lias a
large circle of friends. A fine wedding
(east, arianged by Mrs. Kehart, was en
joyed by those present, and the bride
and groom were the recipients of numer
ous handsome presents. The happy
young people are spending a few days at
the home of the groom's aunt, Mrs. J.
O. (ieorge. west of Lakeview. They w ill
reside at Hotel Lakeview. The Exam
iner joins with many friends in wishing
Mr. and Mrs. Musgrave much happiness
How Wool Will be Handled.
The Reno Journal says: The Flan-
nigan Warehouse Company is now per
fectly equipped for handling wool. It
will either lie stored on charges, sold on
commission or purchased outright for
cash. The company will lend money on
wool at a low rate of interest. A plan is
on foot to conduct sales as often as a
quarter of a million tounds of wool ac
cumulates. It will lie inspected by
prospective purchasers who will submit
sealed bids. Those sales will bring many
buyers to lieno and will aid the pro
ducer to get a lietter price for their
Dig Stake tor 2 Year Old.
The sjeed committee of the Oregon
State Fair have announced their early
closing stakes for 1002. Among them
is a stake for2 year-old runners bred and
owned in Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
or British Columbia, five furlong, for
which the Association adds $300, which
should make a stake valued at from
t700 to fl.000. Here is a chance for
Dome of our Lake County horses to w in
a handsome stake. We have the stuff
to do it. Entries close April 15th,
Silver Lake-Prlnevllle Route.
F. M . Chrisman, merchant and post
master at Silver Lake, informs The Ex
aminer by telephone that a petition is
in circulation at that place, Summer
Lake and Paisley praying for a six
time' a week service on the star route
mail line between Silver Lake and
Prineville. A copy of the petition has
been mailed to The Examiner and when
it reaches us will be placed at the Lake-
view postoffice for signatures. Another
petition w ill be sent to the lostollice at
Plush. This is a matter of local impor
tance and the petition should receive the
signature of every citizen of Lakeview.
Hie twice-a-week service now in vogue
is not sufficient for the public demands.
One can get au answer to a letter from
Few Y'ork City, over 3000 miles from
Lakeview, in less time than a letter can
go and come from Prineville, a distance
of about 180 miles, under the present
system. Besides it would also be a
great convenience to the people of Sil
ver Lake. Sign the petition.
The Rustler says that "many taxpay
ers are wonderiug when they will receive
their part of that old illigal tax which
was levied and collected by the county
court under the old scalp bounty law of
1899." Again ia the legal editorial minds
of our esteemed contemporary brought
into action. If they will quote any
authority by which the County Court
can rightfully return the money to the
"many taxpayers," the advise will
probably be accepted. Although the
tax was declared illegal no pro
vision was made for the return of the
money to the taxpayers. This sort of
campaign powder is very danij and
will riot burn.
When a Store
Keeps Up With
Wc have always tried in a simple business way to
make this store the store of the people. You could
always find what the public wunted not only find
it heref but priced lower than at any other compet
itive store. It naturally follows that the store has
grown, will continue to grow. It is a satisifactory
store. k tf tf
Our Mr. Bailey has just purchased while in San
Francisco a complete Spring stock. Watch our ad.
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l.lne and Maliinr.
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All kinds of lierries, Vegetables &
Fruit carried in season.
Leave orders and what you want
for the day will be delivered at
your door, fresh and sweet.
MI-N'S MR AW WINTER...
LADIRS l-XTHA I INli
CHILDREN'S 5CMOOL .
When vou see
a smile on
a man's face
like this fellow,
just guess that
he ha a pair of
'T'hese 5 hoe 4
' are all cele
are the best to
be found on the
market, and are
THE RED SHOE STORE
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The place to get perfect fitting Clothes
Finest line of Samples we have shown
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