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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1905)
LAKEVIEW, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. FEB. 2, 1905.
Bounty will soon
LODGES INSTALL j
THEIR OFFICERS j
THE WEEK IN WOOL
OF THE PAST WEEK
BE OUT OF DEBT
- - i
k!904 Taxes Will Leave Money in the
Treasury For County Improvements j
In Roads and Other Things.
K5 WliLL FOR CITIZENS.
r. ii"" dearer iii-lii'.i-' What rtt honorable record this in j
ti. n i.f oii cltlzensnip in it i"r mose wini nave iiirectc.1 tliei
1'uliUc !nixitH'MM hat been conducted
I !::.! than the prompt- eounty's affair during this jeriod.
. anl clif-K .-luess iih which ob- We give praise without rencrva
stU'ii i" t:..' public are met anil , I ion. to every one who nan contri
Mluir''!. buted to the success of thin nchleve-
.loilir-J by ti.. rule. Itke county "M't.
.everr r:m"'.l to In- proud ol Itn
;m!ati..n. trow fact exhibited u j with the name care tut If it were
,. (Ulin iuent tax lint of the county a Private enterprise. The samebusl
!,!i,.ivl lu this issue. We lou't j w'-- niethod-, bo successfully ap-
4wan.rroui.ty in the state can ! P--ed J th member of the county
. ...... v ,.!.. i board to the management and cou-
lip H Irurr pimn mill i
. duct of numiwful individual Interests
Tit total tux levy for the year 190,5 1
nave avaneo. xo uring me results.
"Well done good and faithful ser
vants." Wlien the lout dollar shall
tt,jt1 limn w liot toiuw n Mil. tn.
... I ; . .... .... .t a ....... 1 . I ... . t
'III IIM, in rft mm jiruiiiLir"
. . I al
im nearly f I'- fioO. Of this amount
LTe remain r.npiiid an shown by
iTt. fin iiit rt published delln-
start in needed public improve
ments. I'-etter roods especially, are
demanded. Enterprising comniun-
224, nearly all of ,
Ililll if ll'i'- fri.Iil rerOtlS Hot clt-
ii f ii.imtv. onlv four of.
, ; ltlen everywhere are agitating thin
( item tit i.!i'i,em ln-ing charged ;
A number of counties in our ow n
UftM,i ' ' 1,-,,r,v l-rIK-roun. ; btuU. 1)JiVt. u to act ,a tljiH dllvc.
ih .tn iliiittiii,;', arid Itn Jn-.iplel
ore-! ill tl.e rlortauti.'e of public () uu..
. ti Kir, are ;i heavy tax to
business men and consumers lu ltke
couutv. If we can have such roads
.th's. anil, iiti ! we no otlter cauw
'ifciiu-r:inil;iii.n, thin iuNiuilj-
"l " : ' taxe U.uttieient at )HV ,1M.(, ,,. frt.,KlllnK t all
t r hi the j.len.lid , w.UM))tlpl .,, H(J iI11iroved an to add
;irt tiia ie by l utli tax p'iyt rw, and : j
(ifTit-r w hi.NC ibity it in tocoilect.
i'.r Lave wurUei) wit ll jw-al. iind
iVf pijteed .,ur eounty at tlitf very
luftt.c ..,!,, f,,r pr.ii.ii.tn,w!m,.U4tjI,r(irtutofr(.);hUl
i me ifn"t uiiili.f ot linn lliiportallt
cut tlii i
not all. 1 luring tin-
iirri-nrK ! p;tM-.. Luke nnty
n rnlui-e.) it- Iiidebtediienn nearly
rtr Umho.-u, i .!.,!arn, ufur pacing
invat xtH'i:-...-., and there now re
iiiii. ".!? ft . ; -i Ku- and utipai-l i:ot
v-tlins l. t.iy two t hou-.a ml dol
f. ttiry .! ;!;ir i.f liii li i certain
l.:iij l.y ti,.. imi, f April. 1.",
Hied at Dairy.
- 1. b'.ii!.. i! i'i,.. ut hin ti.aue near
-7 on tin- llih iimt.ofpt.eiiiiionia,
!tT Lri- ill,,. .. .jr. Uom.ell w'a
'fi aliout year; he van tlie
'W tif ,,.;r f-hlldreu. Mm. lrn-u
f'leyof JAkeview, Mm. . H. fool
' Boimiiza, Mi-n Myrtle and John
".., tin- latter liven at home aud
m Myrtle ha lived In I-akevlew
"tbepiud euuple of yearn. Mr.
rwiwll wife died about t o yearn
-mie w41 hotlfled of la-r fatln-r'n
'-au. l..;. nt OU(.V( uut he
"4 before nl.e reached hoine. The
H'Jk 1h(. KrvjVj, thii.irin
'-'I'ari,!. v.Ht, t)iein In their Inv
k Appropriations for Columbia.
W.tur 1 ,.),,, i,,, j,roven hiiu
ii. i'-! worker v heti lie
tt "-.!.y , ,lu,e to work for, and
' l''i.-;.jji::i .,, ,,f (),-,.-, c.iii
"'rc!'i v can-.
'-te t... .!, (. rujilied , pp.,itiol
f "'""'ll;.:.., :,to., of ll.e Kiwm
'l5 ' oiiii.-iilti1, ir.-jioti -t
'"'"'vj f ,, j j. (V1;!ij , i n.
'"1'r,;- ta'.iith of the ri.lutobla..
otii 4' pouudn to VW poun.ln to
the draw ing capacity of ea h home,
the effect will Ik? at once wen In low
er mnt of all heavy goodn, and In lo
The commendable bunluenn ecou
omy that ban dintinguinhed the jiant
admiulntratioii of the Iniard will
find the way to place the jieople
under furt tier obligation to thetu,
in the future by completing the
Boo. I work of freeing the county
from i!--li(. and then bi ntartingj
thone iliij.rnveiiientu which the COII-
yeul.'ii. e "r the peo.!"' and the lieedn ,
ol buniuen re. pi In.-. " j
Lat Saturday evening the I. O. t).
K. and l.ex'kahn met at the Odd
IYHiiwh" hall, after the regular meet
ing of the dd Fellows, for the pur
pose of instniiing their oliiii-rs for
the eiifiiiiug term.
Odd KeHows and their wives ali.l
KelK'kahn and their husbtiuds were
prenent to the iiuinher of about lO'.t.
The i I'lv ini'iiies were performed in a
pt. Hsiiii; iiiriuia r. and after all olti
eers were duly installed and assumed
the respective Marions. District Dep
uty Grand Master F. 1. Light an
nounced that t he ludien would pass
around the room and draw ticket
from a bos at the Noble Grand's
chair, each ticket lieing numlierett.
When thin wan over with, the gentle
men present did likewise, drawing
tickets on which weredublicate num
bers and the lady holding the num
ber corresponding to a gentleman. s
number was to eat supper with that
Two tables the full length of the
ntore building under the I. O. (). V.
hall wan loac'ed don with all the
good thingnto eat that a Ilebekah
can think ol. The relish with which
these dainty viands were disposed of
could not have been mistaken by an
OLlooker for inere make believe.
The I'.elnkahn installed the follow
Mrs. G. S. Kanter, X. G.; Mrs. 1..
Vauderpool. V. G.; Mm. W. '.. Moss,
Sec.; Lottie Ahlstrom, Treas.; Mrs.
F. M. Green, Warden, Mrs. Win.
liykeman, . G., Mm. S. F. Ahls
trom; I. G.: Mrs. I). J. Wilcox, Con.;
Mrs. Jackson. It. S. X. G.; Mrs. .J.;
Aviragnete, L. S. X. G.; Mis. T. J.
Magilton, ft. S. V. G.; Mrs. C I.
.Snider. L. H. V. i.
The Odd Fellown iuntalled the fol
J. Q. Wlllitn, X.G.; F.O. Ahlntroui,
V. G.; A. W. Maurlug. Sec.; H. Ual
ley. Trcan.; Ijh IV-all, Warden; F. O.
Bunting, O. C.; J. Aviragnete. I. .;
I. 1'. Lane, Con.; F. I. Light, It. S.
X. G.; Win. Dykemau, L. S. X. G.;
. 1'. Malloy. l:. S. V. G.: S. F. Ahls
trom, l. s. v. ;.
I'.ailey . MassinjiiH Iwuht i:W,tWK),
rrevi.nn pnrch;ea '
1". M. Mler bought this week
T tiil purchase
A.'V'retiile f ales In il ite, in the
county. . .i;i0,),0C0
bailey it M:isitij;il! huve Vieen buying
under instrui'ti.ttip Iroin the Caveily
lirm. dealers in w.kiI in I'.oston, and
have n ieivetl notice to discontinue pur
clia?iiijj; in their behalf.
Why Caeily has ceased buying is not
known. Mr. Miller con tin ilea in the
market, and jtives no notice of chanue in i
There remains an estimated half mil-
House bill Xo. "7, abolishing the
41)0,01)0 j olfice of District Attorney and crcat
5:50,000 j lug the office of County Attorneys
420,000 iin lien thereof was made special
4"5,000 order for 10 o'clock last Friday. A
S73.000 motion to indelluately postpone the
'. measure was defeated.
Kay's bill, establishing flat salariea
j fur state ollkern was recommended
! for passage by the committee nf the
: House on salaries. It proviilen a
! salary of .",000 for the Governor,
and for Secretary of State, State
i Treasurer, and Judges of the
Supreme Court. $4,500 each, and for.
Attorney General, $:,600.
Representative Steiner'n bill mak-
li"n pounds of wool unsold, of Lake ' ing Counties liable for 50 per centum
county's prospective clip for the ear ' of the assessed value of ntock killed
l!HVj. Should I lie remainder be market-j unlawfully, on the rauge, wan iutro
ed at the price realized for that part of j duced iu the House last week.
the clip already sold, there will be dis
bursed in the county, about 1311,000.
Tlie wootgrowerf oi Lake county who
have sold their wool are now at ease.
The clip must be" a heavy, one, the
losfea eo far have been nothing more
than a summer loss, the price is thej House bill 17 J ' to- provide $50,000
best received for several years, and it I for expenses of the legislative session-
really makes one glad to look into the and S.S.'!.000 for claims and detkien
face of a Lake county woolurower. cies passed the House the 24th.
The proposed i.ew County of Cas
cade, seems to be. a possibility. It
takes off the North went part of Was
co county. ' There seems little pros
pect of any other new counties.
No Steer in It.
Our sporting editor was called to
the phone Monday morning and put
in communication with a gentleman
at Uidwell who offered to liet one
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iiiuucauu uuiiuia lm.iv iiiu n iiu dlcu
etory published in The Examiner was
not no. However, said sporting ed-
blll to create Sth, Judicial Dis
trict has passed the House, to con
sist of liak,er county, and to create
I the tenth Judicial. District, to con-
si.st of Union and Wallowa Counties.
The State Senate lias voted 2G to:!,
against making train robbing a cap
ital offense lu this state. A bill nmk-
itor did not have on his sportlug jng ti, maximum penalty for this
5teiner In the legislature.
In a l tter from Chan. Moore. State
Treasurer to Hon. W. A. Man-si ugill in
the following very complimentary
reference to our Representative Dr.
It. F. L. sieiner:
"He In proving hlmnell one of the
most active aud useful member In
tu Houne. bin not hapjieulng to be
on tU winning dde In the Organl
tatlon fight in no wine impairing hh
unefuluenn, an he U recoguIud as one
of the wide awake fellow who keep
track of things, and ban Ideas about
Yon niado no mistake In sending
him, nor ban he made any mistake
nlaco he ban been here."
Hudi In the Impression made by Dr.
Stcluer upon men who have full op
portunity to observe hi- " '1'
un who know b! character und
worth, this churacu-ruulloii by Mr.
Moor- U fully J'Mlllied, aI our
pride b. 1 .111 ro- " " -)
to whMi be in put.
Aci.i.v-inioii f "'4
Stale i.ivntly hi-M t K'''""
m...uto the t.-gi'l"!.. iu r,'l"'M' I
of I he l. re-oj!. Ur roil-.ty ,
nol'ri I" take cuisiin. i
Address on Lodges.
Last Sunday night the M. I,.
Church was filled to staniling room
".f-.i-T- frft .rrr,"K! bt"V -""'.!
ikA find scats, and those who did
find seats were packed ill the jn;w s
as closely an wan convenient, llev.
Snyder delivered a short lecture ' on
the Lodges, a nubji-ct most difficult
to handle. A man who does not lie
long to Lodges cannot apprise him
self of sufficient knowledge to enable
him to speak upon the subject at
any length or with any degree of In
telligence, and the man who does
belong to Lodges cannot tto far
enough Into the workings of the or
ders to enlighten his hearers to auy
great extent without placing him
self lu an unfaithful light before the
Lodges to which he belongs.
Therefore, It might not be out of
place to say that the place to lecture
ldge iiieiiiltem who do not live up
to the teachings of the order, uud 110
doubt then are noimv in iu the
LxJgu room. Then roast them good i
i)n iiu.- 21' th ultimo, at theL-Aekn
jt.uu li. by W. Dio'.ey, A. M.llar.listy
to Mioi Ijcna Loveless, nlstcr of (has.
L.,vil-n. M" il,y vvr ," !:"''
they have U-.-n 111a one.
trousers, it being Monday morning
he could not "call the bet" with his
immediate resources. Neither would
the Iildwell gentleman disclose bin
name. Mr. Ieck Smith, the gentle
man at the phone, ventured to assure
us that the story had been enlarged
upon. But he was not so vicious us
the editor of the Record who cover
ed the whole ground by saying The
Examiner had lied about it. Mr.
Smith was more of a gentleman,
and could see how the story could
have come out in natural channels.
The boys had been having some fun;
they had rode calves nothing wrong
n l.uut that and hail pulled u buggy
on the hotel porch, and had even
made the statement the next day
that a steer was hitched to tlrtj buggy,
but this he said, was told td annoy
the owner of the steer In question,
and as a fact the steer was not hitch
ed to the- buggy. Mr. Smith could
see that a stranger who had heard
the racket and then heard the boys
telling ot It the next day, could very
easily be led to believe the story true.
The whole thing didn't amount to
as much as the Ink the Record used
iu making a mess of it, as It does of
everything else It sticks Its nose into.
Shooting at Silver Lake.
Some notice ot this affair was giv
en in our Issue last week, uud the mat
ter has not yet been made very clear.
First, a warrant was issued for Uert
McKune on complaint of H. F, Lane,
which Was revoked by order of the
li!trict Attorney, and a warrant for
the arrest of McKuml was issued, and
an o Ulcer has been sent to take Mm
crime a term of 40 years lu prison
lias a good prosfiect of becoming a
A good bill, by the House Com
mittee on Revision of Laws has been
Introduced providing that voters
once registered need not register
again while he remains in the pre
cinct where he registered, this ap
plies to counties of less than 75,000
A. H. McMahon, a local attorney
of Salem has handed to the members
of the State Senate a paper charging
Superintendent James, of the State
penitent iary with using public funds
for his own benefit in the purchase
of family supplies.
In the House at Salem, Speaker'
Mills' resolution that the legislature
adjourn finally, on the 10th of Web
ruary, was voted down. Mr. Mills,
however, yet believes the work tan
be completed by that time, and ex
pects to labor to that end. .
Xo doubt the legislature will pass
the bill allowing County School
Superintendents to suspend county
Institutes for the year, In the interest
of the Educational Congress at Fort
land during the I-wls and Clark
A bill has passed the State Senate
allowing County Courts to author
t.u the construction of experimental
roads. It is hoped this will lead to
activity In all the counties lu the
work of building good roads.
The legislature Is fciideavojing to
formulate a law that will enublu the
What thin trouble gtew out of has I countleu to colhvt tuxes 011 foreign
not vi t been ascertained by the pub-! ""'U I'X'-Ul't into Urn state., it U
Jie. There in, however, 110 known ' dluiculH o frame a law for 'ii'U tax
reason lor u general belief thai it has1 utloti that v III Imj constitutional, If
any connect Ion with soculled ranvM It Imposes i tax not n-iM'Hed 11 gainst,
troubles. . ' sheefi of resident owners hh well.