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LAKE VIEW, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY H, 1905.
PLAY BALL THE
FOURTH OF JULY
i-rl.v of n very low class. And as far
as McKiiidrec and Khun are concern
ed they got what thy deserved;
tllCV III Mil' ill In. p.. u III, .1 .
. .....,!.. r i.M.-lr,.il..l. ' ," """I' "'"
ln" ' . . t'" k"l'W I'VlTi-lMMly Was HiialMHt
Julicillt tow n last week, solicit! k , ,
We are In receipt of a letter dated
j During the week the Reading
i Jtoom has been well patronized, and
lull doubt iih to Ittt being a perfect
j access, Ih dittprlli'il In fact, it Is a
decided necessity, nnd a pleasing
WATER USERS ASSO
, Hluvp I run then. right up to their M"v 4- l!H):". '' W. P. Joseph ! f,l((lm f(. tu, t()wn
i .nuiimiK for n baseball totiriwiineut , . , ,. , ',,.
d'"ml . u i i ,. fence and would hot re-i"f 1 orllnnd. attorney for the (ireat
Jurini; Foiirt li of July week in Lake-
I'.iioDiili money was snbserlb-
nl In in
sure a pur!' of ."IHI. A llleet-
ssvt their rights. Now if von ur ' S(,ut hern Kailrond Co., which now
any other person thinks t hat the ! ,lils " ''acklng of $10,0011,000. regard-
people w ill just sit still and let a few ' '" extension of that road. Mr.
!,.. i held in lieall's Drug Store;. , , , .
, low down si puicn come in here "' nys:
u! j.-vut.-- i oiiini.-iicing
..ii!;:iuiii severa I dn, s. 'I' he money
b,II ! 1 i v i i 1 Into thrti- parts;
trt hi. !'' ' ' ' l'1'1 '"'I money $?I"0
i,n 1 third money ."mi. Thin will give
;i- i; r i tiii ti'.uin .i ii apport unity to
ullifft nidinrc of the Jf.VKl. I'ntil it
inUoM'u for certain jtint how many
twiuiK will Ih- hen' to play, no dcfln-
innd starve them and their families
unit and ruin t heir property it is
mole t hau human nature can Maud,
i We have hivu 1 r i 1 1 i toget laws
enacted in the state Icginln I lire for
the last eight years and they will
"In answer to your inquiry regard -the
extension of the (ireat South
ern to LnkcView, I beg 1,-a vc to say
that the company has nothing to
conceal as to its-future plans. A few
da.vsnv.oI was up to secure rights
of way for extension South of
Last ThurHdny night the settlers
of the West Side met nt the Union
Since last week the Klamath KallH ' t,cll"1 ,,OUHU to greet the committee
F.xprcss and Klamath Republican "PPolntcd by the Lake County De
have been grntiiitioilsly added to j velopiilent League to confer with
the files: also through the courtesy I t,','," " l"'lKatlou matters,
of Mr. A. I,. Peyser, of San Francis- T1,m' wu" 11 'vasonalily large at
co. the San Frn nclsco Fxaininer laM tendance of set tiers of that section
been d.mat.'d. A vote of thanks of ,llL' V,,''J'. "''!-' l the
Hot help us and there is nothing left
but tu protect ourselves t he best vel'",mr' "' t '"" terininiis of our
can. We want no trouble but we'"sl ' lm'l'rt- We intend to build
are lihtin for our lives an.l l,nr!s"""lwnl' ln,t the progress after
IMinram can U- arranged. The j f.llnilil.s ,IJlVt. as Kod a cause xv, ll,,VL' ''ilt :.0 miles may be slow,
tournament is certain to last t hreo j f((f Wr 1(- ( with llussia. oi.lv i a'' "int of natural barriers,
! was tendered these at the last meet-!
ing. Monday evening,
'l'he residua tioii of Miss Sands, as
j Secretary, was accepted, and Miss
: Kulii (iarrett was apiiointed Si cre
, tary of the rublic Keadintr itooin
land Libiary Association.
crowd from I.akeview.
Daniel I'.oone, who has been ideli-
j tilied with the hake (bounty Develop
; meiit League since its organi.atlou,
' and one of its promoters upon
i whom has developed much of the
! work of getting the movement on Its
ilsvn, Hiitl more than likely longer,
feet, called the meeting to order as
Court Docket. chulriimn of the committee, nnd
Following is the docket fur the May i made one of the best speeches ever
on a smaller scale because t Here are I wmcii must tie overcome. That the ! " 1 v '" l- ueiivered in the county. .Mr. lioone
.inet.. the number of teams. It is j fi.W(.r (f (f) Wtf al( r()ll(, wiI vxtvluM , tVl, UK! ! W1W t,aiud iu tlllJ Arkanwiw legis-
pil,P that some t;ood match , ovt.r ,Mlt,ftl)0 ,,.,,. ,.rrtMt ri'B cert Un, an.l that it will .state vsJonh Doe and ..u,,.,.,, 'in. I'ure, and struck the key noteevery
pmn ill U-played after the totirn-! , taki r thiH raI j w )lfnii(, ultimately reach Lakeview is ijuite j formation for lnaliciouslv killing uu-!t,I,le lie spoke to the West Siders.
anient. tii..n. win t... .... ....a I probable, but cannot sav vet that I imnls. . He held the audience for full three
i.i.. i .i.i. - i.i lit ill in fact be extended to Lake- 1 Warner Valley Stock Co. vs Asmus
tiuumr in linn ilium: lllin MUIUIIUT.
We are yours sincerely, view. We expect to continue con-;
stock Mkn 'Ntructlon without intermission, ex-j
ccpting for the purpose of ascertain
ing the most feasible route. j
"This road should be given the
support of all Oregon, as it is the
only independent line building, or!
which can build into the fertile ter-1
nue important feature of the ar-
ratu.vtueiits Is that the games will be
frw fur nil, and Lakeview guaran
ty tu put up a team of bona tide
nti'tat of Lakeview. No one n.M-d i S "cis.
, . , . , . , . , I The Lake t'ountv Development
Laic Htiy fear of e.p.-t t ilnyers ls'Ing i '
i, . , , ., . I'ugue met at t he court house last
I i nn F i in- inline Jil
h .tit.. If our boy can't win It they
will lint yet it.
Tournament at Paisley.
Arr;ui;"eii'.eTiis are under wav
i Touningsen, suit for ejectment, C. A.
Cogswell atty. for plaintiff, Crawford
jiuid U'atson for defendant.
W. V. S. Co. vs I". K. Taylor, eject-
(Hiarters of an hour, and when he
retired, J. W. Maxwell read a paper
which he had prepared, also some
letters that had been received by the
arr.Mii' f. if a series of Raines at
I'.-ii-Vy in .liiii. silver Lake. Lak'-
Hf- JiTnl rii.e Cre.k teams will
I'r..lil,!v vi-it the I'aislev bovs. o
''""I' in-.-n ii-n t has Im'cii
IliU'.e yet as tu purses. I Itiier Jeains
;!! U- invited and a k 1 time is
i;Tleil. A sirainl ball will U- given
n thf evening of th" last day.
Practice Game Sunday.
Saturday for the transaction of reg
ular business, lleports of commit- i
tees were received ami all routine
I Work disposed of. Several letters j
Were read which showed that the!
ment, Cogswell plaintiff, Crawford & I Development league from ofliclals
U atson, defendant. i of the Ileclamation Service, all of
A. F. Tonningsen v II. C. Whit- w,licl) worUod in Ilkx.lv alol r with
worth, suit to recover money, ltrat- ! Mn 1oolle.s remark8.
tain & Uatchelder. for plaintiff. I Th(. I1MH(t,n was tlt,u tunie(, over
J. A. King vs W . S. Packard, suit i ... ...
iu inu oesi ciucis w iin h. request to
ritorv of the central noi-tion of the to recover money. Da tchelder & IJrat-
. ,. . tain for idaintiif proceed to organize a "West Side
state. 1 he Columbia, river, the liu" 11 pi-i'iiuu "
miiiui it Mcincr vs J tattle (idioms, " aier users Association. j. j .
Ieague was really accomplishing
Daniel ltootie. Dr. l:. Daly, Thos. !
K. K.i-e of San Francisco, .1. .. !
Watson. C. I', saider and others,1
made spi-eches I ir I he lienelit of tlie
l-auiie. 1 rrixn tion and railroads
to recover money, Uatchelder & Hrat-: Oliver was elected temporary chair-
tain, for plaintiff.
W. 7.. Moss vs (jt'O i!. I'hillips, to
man. speeches were called for from
any who wished to talk, and re-
were t h-principal topics under dis-;1Wi, other e-juipment for the
ciission. 'i'liesetwo things are ad
mittedly the most important to the
northern terminus of our road, guar-,
antees fair treatment from other j
roads, and the connection being be-;
low the Celilo ranids. we have an recover money. W. .1. Moore, at tv for
i plain tiff. i nmi Ks iroiu itiose uirecxiy interested
Frank Schlecht vs leorge Schlecht, ' were urged.. I. CJ. Mosier, 11'. It.
to recover monev. 1. F. Conn fori I'. nl lf,.i,( v..,,i, t.
rich, starts this evening for the Last, i ..i.,!,,! if i ' ' ....
, , , ' I"'""1"1- ' ricker, J. L. Mollis, K. Tatro and
where he will purchase locomotives: J. Frankl vs. .1. W. Drown, to re-1
. . . . . . li. ill t ' " !!., nun ir lApirfouu i ill ijn(.-i m
i-r money, J. ,vt. JSatchelder fcr ;
... ... , , inlaintiff ' as "dug most tiearttiy in tavor oi
e are now hiring a locomotive for I 1 '
. , , . i K. D. Lutz vs. (ieo. II. Small, ac-1 any ort of nii6venieut that carried
open river to Portland, or the ocean.
"Our president, Mr. Jolin Helm-:
TwLukewew boys haj a pnu-tke development of Lake county's re- ... i,-,,.. ,..,... .,, , 1 1 11 ,,,r',,linttBt'"' atson for 1th it any semblance of beueliciary
i i iti miuai ui i uc i 'am.n uuuuv j j)l jlJu till
Kmc uuday, with a team picked ' sources. The Kxa.niner d.jen not be- ,)k.u.(J; an the steel on the way, ties ! Warner Val. Stock. Co. vs. Clms.
"- kSl."!Heve It is a matter of which will ull(1 um,K.r .ing delivered.
- they were called, played a good I come first. He say and have said, ..j.-iflw.u lu,Aea ut our ,.xteiision
rune, hut were hardly exKfted to . U-fore. t hat railroads and Irrigation Houth f Ullfur tuku8 the roa( Ilto
'"untie regulars. 'should come at the same time.
A came w ill played next Sun-j Without railroads Irrigation could
between the Iwikevlew and I'lne j not accomplish its full licnelits. We
IrMi tefitns on the State Line ball ! must have transportation. Il'ith
"'juuiIm. The game w ill no doubt ' out irrigation railroaus w ould be
inli i-e one, as the Flue Cn-ekers coutlned pi lucipally to import tralllc.
Nj'Haguod game here two weeks ! Tin; two should come together, and
"S'.muiiI only lost ,y one tulh-y. I ,,o doubt w ill.
r ... - j .Neither of thesi' acquisitions need
vmiiemen Justify lawless
the finest belt of pine timber iu the
state, and will accommodate Tygh
valley. Juniper Flat and Agency,
which Is not now productive to any ;
great extent for lack of transporta
tion, and local consumption quite
Toiiningsen, to recover possession
of property, Cogswell for plaintiff,
Crawford, Hall and Watson for de
fense. Warner Val. Stock Co. vs. Win. M.
Harvey, to recover possession of
property, Cogswell for plaintiff.
i Crawford, Hull and YVutson for de
Warner Val. Stock Co. vs. J. L.
results. They all favored the irriga
tion of the lauds on that side by the
government, and every one signed
the membership roll. Amotion was
made to organize the "West Side
Water Users Association," which
carried. J. C. Oliver was elected
president,, and J. U. Fisher secretary,
L. A. Carricker treasurer. I. G.
Mushier, W. It. lVriiard and J. L.
appear. i in v.,.,.,.,,,!,,
,,i 'i i, ii,
fi'" f'.l'.owinj letter
Klamath Co., Ore. May 1, J'.fi.l.
'""'"it 'I ii.iM.s. Dear Sir: In tin
' cost our people au. thing more than
a strenuous effort
hat every resident of the
v ' -'' " iM'iie I o ih 'U.tte
to tin- welfare of his community.
Morrow, to recover possession of i Morris were elected directors of the
property, Cogswell for plaintiff,; . ... ..
, . ,,. . , . permanent organization. Quite a
Crawford, Hall and W atson for de
fense, number donated money for a work-
The Case of the State vs. li. F. j lug' fund.
Lane will come up Monday. An effort will be made to secure
Portland Nominates Candidates, j tl,e ",l,"u "f t'vi'r' I"'''"0" whoownes
(ieo. 11. Williams was nominated ' 11111,1 '''t,L' Lakeview and Drews
theelticiencyof the people living III a for reelection to I i.e. ....,... ..ii.v oi JU. ' 'I'liniiiH- Cre,.k and the
The Reading Room A Success.
Nothing recoui niendii a tow u more
than the general upbuilding of It.-i
social and iutrllccliinl coiniitious.
These conditions ale entirely within
-I Inst ., I see a p
"''id to the trouble between the
Reed Property Sold.
Last Saturday the live slock be
dud made the country, ! the city of Portland by the rcpuDIi- l"i't Hotith (if Dry tieek.
Man makes the towns." No town cans at the primary election last;
divided against itself can become ' Saturday, and Dr. I lurry Lane was
think longing' to the John Kecd estate was ; (iV(.hi Vl. 'u 1V(1,,jres t lie combln-' the democratic nominee,
'.Ul (' lll'lj lii.ii' l-nii I .nil I""!,'"!, ",l IIH'
cuttle 1 1 1, - r i i ...i.i., ,.. .1... sold at auction at Fine ( reeK. Also
ed efforts of everyone to say mid do, I The Republicans nominated the
. . ..... ... i ... i i
"tlliln is and filw'avM has "iu tons ot nay, ,"iimi ponnijs in 1 j .,ji good they can to Increase following: Thos. Devlin, auditor;
'"""licit 1 1.. ,,,) ,,, ,.,. coiintrv and ! "Il'1 two tons of potatoes. U. x- 1 1, irt ,urch for tidvanceineut. and : deo. .1. Cnmeron, Municipal . I udge;
ii . ' .... , i. ... :
tiitt e i i . i ..... . i iiss ion" i ie.ul oi young iinm-nr , i,.i,i,i ,,iii, i,ii,i,,r i i..v...... en.. 1 1 i i.-
lV' ' ' II I V l.l V ,.m ,f I 1.! ,.. ,n nl e
in. n mini' in lr-re I l oin
li .! 1 i- heeo li, on I
"'tr 'I'-''!! i 1 1 our fences, and then
"1 ii- nnd tell us they have
iujU liiih l, ,;gjt awe hitveou the
Jtran-e, and we w ill admit they
a'e. l.illy, ht (jt morally.
' nt S?.T p-r he'
which In- paid . nn
Mr. Mo-- :'' ! '
one milk cow for
pro-less, it will take twice
sireiigt h tu prevent success.
the completion oi the J
' hay for 5" '''' per ion. Three hoi -e ;,,m is tin cxamplu of what the
buyers from th" lo. r country 'f uujied efforts of everyonecan accoui
1 bought 1-head "d horses for -" l"-1' ; pilnli. It remains for a few to do
I head, 'l'he rest of the horses were w,,, to perfect ultimate plans.
Weirh'in. City Treasurer.
i Fred Merrill announces that lie
ailing u in ,.ua fU. nuiyor on an oidepend-
eut ticket, but from (ho number of
voles he received in the primary elec
tion, 7fi out of (j-'uO, ho will not be
considered seriously Iu the way of
'- j I ii eei'ii .
I """V Z V ' The urow". i ll,e Uulormvut of the masses ! Alayol. Vla,s.
I l-ll lliniii t-' I ., ....... ,. ,1..... i, uu,
I'lilil.. . 1 . i i .. ... I,i n liliieii to IS W lllll lililivcw wiu n wi n , ., i,,w
lltle and hoist men are all Cattle were sold a lew In a pi.ue in,"
averaging about j No town of its iiize Is so abundantly
A Pew 5heep Sales.
The following sheep sales were
, , " " ' " .0 per head and Ihe milch cows wllh tfood features, for the ! ' " -p ,v
y here, spend H I. ere ;t , , A ,)1IIR.,, , I J, ut COU(lltloUs, ; k- '
., !' T ' 1 U :U"1 f"" ,n "" ' - '-vew. The peoph, here are ; "iTul front 8. k Chandler
icr cognizant of the reipMlreineuts to 0,00(1 mutton.
u,ie sillier- tl,. 1 1 different parties,
u" iiielr county. The ilicep to Jeo. Fitzgerald
"lnii,..i.. .. . : .... . i.i .... ny I,, :i .-..nt-ni r . cogni
inieresls 111 tills COU II t V, I lie IS'Uiis soiu - u ., M,. .., a ii rluimller
utilr ,. . i.u,wuul f,. : oer show orowess. Lvery undertaking I . M alloy iroin p. li. i tiauuii r
Wt? mUKe: U,t"yttre X:r of beneutfor th. town U heralded 4.000 for Kitchen.
to ta. county and their iuon-ito' : ... ...s.ivbucks. ... , , ' (ierber from Itehart K'OO, and
'"of very itli.. ...a 1 w w ".. " ' .. ,. ...a. ...I w,lu lJIJ,ova'- " 1,4 from Arthur Uros IXK),
.i, ... l" i"
" uu'y the
A letter was ordered addressed to
the secretary of the Interior and to
the head olllcers of the Kcclnmatlon
Service and to any other who might
bo In a position to assist or expedite
the reclamation of the arid lands
of that valley, asking that agents of
the. government be sent to Investi
gate and pass upon the feasibility of
nn Irrigation project for that section,
covering lii),hhl) acres of rich ngi cul
tural hind, all capable of being pro
ductive as any land In the .-Into of
Oregon, with water,
The meeting was a most pleasant
one, and those from town were cor
dially Invited to remain over night.
They did not stay, however, as most
of thein were needed at their places
of business the next morning.
This (Thursday) evening was set
for the time of the next meeting
night of the "D est Ndo Water Users
Association." It Ih expected a largo
"ulouiis, as the
a li i, .. .
sorption are form
u ni.r i, i Hi il I vneh IlllOll- irOlll A TV lilir 1JI OS UW.
? ' were uot sold, and nil ' . I jy upbuild the nodal and Intellect The price paid for all of them wun crowd, In fact every one on that sldo
hccp t.d an offer of l,o per head Monday .r of Uw vu wl fttteU(
form, and the offer was accepts.