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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1902)
LAKO CCUNTY EXAMINER, LAKEVIOV, OWCOON, SEP. II. 1003.
lakeview, Or. Sept. :i, 1tt02.
A iVRUlnr session of th County
Court of ImYh County, convened nt
the court hoiine, Kept. .'rd, l!-
County Judjiv Daly and Cominlslon
r S. J. l'rone and W. A. Currier Im
Inn present when tlu following pro--edinc
It In Jiercby ordered that on mul
jifterthln date it in the Intention of
thin court to recontilie no claim or
etmrjrc against the county, except
created ly biw, unless the same Ihim
lccn first nuthoriutl by the court.
Kouulsltloim for supplies shall !
submitted to the court nml pur
chases made only upon the author
ity ami under the direction of the
court. The following; claims were
lee Ltenll. Tres. salary
J. U- Wlllits " llti 7
I. F. Clarkson Stock Inspec
tor' Salary s.1 :w
'Hawkins ami Khlnchart, lum
ber for roa Is 47 4."
At. IX, J. Harry, Hall rent tx
KicCiard lirown.work on Co.
Mad 1 .M
A. M. Smith, labor on Co. roail B 00
v.j. .Moore, services on
board of teachers exam
ination $! U
Mrs. C. A. Knox, services on
Isxird of teachers exami
Anner Hro.s sharpening plow
The Irwin Hodson Co.,I'.lank
Affidavits, marks, ami bramls 1
Wyckoff Seamons ami Bene
dict, stulionary 20 15
Court adjourned until Septemlier
lakeview. Or. Sept. 4th, 1002
others prnylmr the court to reduce
the nalary of the Stock I united or to
nn amount not exceeding f"0.00 per
year, was continued to next rcftnlar
term of court.
The pntern In the matter of the
proposed road from the town of
Paisley, like Co., Oregon, to the
boundary line of Klamath Co. Iieluu
laid lief ore the court, wan continued
until next reuulnr term.
Whereas; there In a larnv quantity
of leg:ul blanks In the possession of
the county, such an wllln, in or thanes
and other blanks which have been
purchased and paid for by the county,
and whereas: such blankn art not
only exHnslve, but unntvessnry In
the transaction of county business,
and are not required to lie kept by
law, therefore. It In hereby ordered by
the court that t hecounty clerk beam!
he In hereby Instructed to make a
careful Inventory of all legal blanks
now in the possession of the county,
and not required by la w as necessary
to conduct the business of thecotiuty,
and to ascertain the cost of said
blanks, and to sell the same at such
cost accounting for the proceeds of
such sales In the same manner an for
other public monies, and thnthcrcaf
terno more such blanks shall Ik pur
chased by the county.
TIm following claims were allowed;
W. A. Wllshlrc, for lumU-r furnished
County roads 5s 50
11. Ialy, salary county Judge pal 07
S.J. Prose, salary commis
sioner and indent It! N)
W. A. Currh-r salary cotn-
luissiouer and mileage '.'7 00
Win. Cole, salary for clean
ing court house yard 2 .V0
The eourt examined the books of
the clerk, sheriff, and treasurer and
found the name correct.
In the matter of the petition of M.
C. Cuirieraud C. W. Cooley, for a li
cense to sell spirituous, malt, and
1 IT I.. .. .1.1 .1 .1 ...
same otlieers present. 'lor in .ononii4es less iiuiu
following pr.-.vdii.Ksj"", '" ""wam iin precinct.
This matter being heard, upon
i motion L. F. Conn, attorney for M. J
C. Currier and J. W. Cooley, for u li
cense to issue to said M. C. Currier
and ti. . Cooley and the petition of J
11. W. Farrow mid sixty others hav
ing duly tiled herein ami due and siif
ticieiit proof of publication of said i
IH'tition, and notice of application
for a license together with the Co.
treasurer's receipt for $2ihhni having
heretofore licen duly filed herein and
their, the said M. C. Outlier and (J.
W. Cooley 'n bond Willi Peter Post
anil tins Schlugcl as surities, having
tluly considered the same and (lull
ing that N-t It l ii contains the names
of a majority of the legal voters of
saiil precinct and cpml in nuiuls-r to
I a majority if all votes cast in such
precinct at the last pn-cecdhig yen
eral flection and the court liclng ful-
ly adviH4d iu the premises; It is there-
fore ordered that a license lie and
I the clerk of t his court ishcivhv order-
Our Fall Stock Arriving
We have nn entirely
new line of the latest
Staple and Novelties.
Call and examine and
you will be surprised.
We have Suits from
$20.00 down to the
BOOTS & SHOES
We carry the liuck
inghamS: Mccht shoes
They speak for themselves.
Our stock will be com
plete by the 10th of
this month, and will
then be the best as
sortment ever shown
We have the largest
line of Glassware ever
shown In the town.
Our Furnishing goods
stock has arrived and
it is all right too.
Bailey & Massingill,
.".lit I IK)
9 is I
The foJIowin: cUiims ere allowed:
F. 11. Snyder, nmd master.
M. Ii. 1 inula p. salary and
A. W. Maurinjr. salary and
J. IJ. I5IairH salary and
T. V. Hall, M. I'. Co. phy
sician .J. Q. WillitM. stiioips
Iiniky & Mussiiitrill mds'
.1. S, Fiehl, nailn furnished
riMKl Dist- 11
JIooi & Fitch,, stationery...
IJeach & ilctJarrey, printing
W. '.'Collier, road wrajH-r etc.
The claim of estate of William A.
ISajjIey, (kvesed; In the sum of f:k)
was rejectevl, as was also the
claim -f Mrs. Ida Pb rson in sum of
$ 4.0 Jor nsrsiii -smallpox patients.
The resiiriliHion of Fred II. Sn viler ! ,ir,,,'ted to issue a license to!
road master .of Lake County, and!11"' uil M. C. Currli'r and i. W.
his bondsmen release! from furl her j' """'' x" spirituous, malt, and
liability. I tairt U'l.urned imtll j ' "",,m suorn in quaninies less
Sent. 5 1Uiii I tlian one gallon, at Paisley, In Che-1
Lakeview Or, K"pt. 5 V-UtZ waucan precinct. Lake County, Ore.
Court oonveiu'd pursuant to fd- : t"r 11 l"'1''"'1 nix mom lis from Sept.
jouriunent, same officer .present. ly"-- ,N" f,l,,,'cr liusiness apiear-
TheXollowintr Halms were allowed tht' ('""rt "djourned for t lie term.
Mrs. Ituth Peiilar..!. forenre i 15. luly, JudKe i
of Co. pauiiers . ;7 1; s. ,1. J rosi. ommissiouer
John .k-tzU-r & Son. linn- I
ber furnished Koad liist.5
A. P. STUBBLPPIELD,
Morses Hoarded by
Day, Week or Month
HAY 25 CT5. GRAIN 25CTS.
liny and sell Morses.
Breaking Corrals and Trainn
ing quartern for younjf horses.
Experienced Trainer in charge.
Second hand Wagons, BuKjfie.i,
Harness and Saddles for sale.
Court jujjourjied until Sept , V.KfJ.
LaU-vicw fir, Sept- 1!2
Court eouveiifd pursuant, to ad
jouriimi'iit, same fficers present,
when t lie- following risc(lins
.Whereas; t he jipproju ia tion made
by the twty-first regular session
of the leislaJatave assembly of the
SUite of Oregon, providing for the
payment of two-thirds of the
amount of bounties paid for'coyote
and other scalps a provkled for by
the provision of said act, h;is Iweu e
hausteJ, and that further leiilslation I
shall Is- necessary before aiiy money
will be available to uiy sucli bonii
tien, and 111 case the next legislature
should fail to make an appropri
ation for the payment of two-thirds
of the amount of warrants now be.
jug Issued by Lake County on ae.
count of said law, all of said bounty
warrants so Issued shall liecoiue ;i
JinbiJity against Lake County; then
fore, It is orderl by the court that
on and after the :0th day of Sept.,
VMii, tluCouuty cji-rk shall issue no
more warrants for coyote or oilier
fleaJpH nor take any mich scaljis Into
his posession until an appropriation
Is made by the. legislative assembly
or their redeiuption, proviile for by
said scnlp bounty law, and thecourt
will jirotect t ho county clerk against
(ill Ifjfal liabilities that may irlse
from the observancu of this order.
Tlj Jiefltloyo Frank Itoers amj
Fell to His Death.
Charles Warner, a dentist of Al
turas, 20 years of aj;e, fell down a
KM) foot shaft to his death in the
Itjipin .Mine near Headwood, Trin
ity County, Oil., last Thursday.
The Dr. was visiting the mine and
had Is-cn warned but a moment be.
fore of the shaft which was Indi
cated by u candle, but he seemed
dazed at the yawning depth, be
came dizzy and fell In. His brother.
Oeortfe Warner left Alturas Friday
after the body, and will return to
Alturas for burial.
A Sight of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the widow
of the brave General Burnhum of Macli
iaH, Me., when the doctors Hail ulie
would die from Pneumonia before morn
ing" writeH Mrs. 8. II, Lincoln, who at
tended her that fearful niifht, but nh
U'lfued for lr. Kiiik'h .New Discovery,
which had more than once caved her
life, and cured her of Consumption. Aft
er taking she slept all night. Further
use entirely cured her." This marvell
ous medicine is guaranteed to cure all
Throat, Client and I.
JiOo and f 1.00. Trial bottles free at Lee
Jicall's J 'rii v" Htore.
Strayed from my ranch on Susan river
0 miles west of Kucanville, Cal., one
bay horfee, 7 years old, weight about
1200 lbs., left hind foot white to hock;
small black spot on right rump; height
about 17 hands; no brands, itaised by
Conley Urns, at Silver Lake arid pur
chased of Jim Conley at lied Bluff.
Twenty Dollars reward for same de
livered in good condition at the Oregon
Feed Yard at Lakeview, Oregon.
31-4 O. Wii.i.abi), Husanvllle, Cal.
Ml-N'5 lll-AVY WINTLR .
I.ADICS' l-XTUA FINU . .
ctiii.Dki:N's school .
hen you see
v a jimile on
a man's face
like this fellow,
just guess that
he has a pair of
fl raves' 5 hoes.
.i ..L ''
are all cele
are the best to
be found on the
market, and are
THE RED SHOE STORE
Sold Everywhere For
We have them in