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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1905)
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Uvi.riu- inn. -nir smoker who know
; COUNTY COlKr l'F0CFF.DIN(i5.
I A rc-ulnr (,.nn ,,f t,,. rIMInlv
;'"" f'T 1)1.- C ly ..f .ke, State
of "imii, f,,r transaction ,,f
tit liiiNiiii-oH was Im ;iii) and held
at the County Curl II. mi. Lake
view, llri'nini, on Weiincsday. May
,1rd, P.ni.'i, oiliccr imwiit, Hon. It.
Daly, Judge, c. w. ,,.llt Commit
sloner. A. V. Maiirlnir, Clerk and E.
E. Klnchnrl. Sheriff, the folio wing
proceeding were hail:
In the matter of the application of
V. . Silvertooth, for a license to
Hell spirituous, malt ami vlnoim
liquors, etc., at Silver Lake Precinct,
L-ike County, ( Iregon.
Thin matter coming on to le heard
upon the petition of P. H". Silver
tooth for 11 license to Hell spirituous,
malt ami vlnoim liquors at Silver
Lake I'recinet, of Lake Comity, Ore
gon; ami It appearing to the satis
faction of the Court from the proofs
of service on tile herein that the
Said F. W. Silvertooth Iimm nl.t ,ii,,.l
' ' .
(ia.t. hut is up ami annum. tl. HtflllMlm.M ))( all aotal lnj,j(,ritv
Vt & King's is the most popular j f the legal voters of said Silvi r
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...... i I ....L.-vlew. Patron an- ' ' "u 1 w l"'lml111 mereior
,.lirnln Lakeview, Dn-Ron, May
to the of Arthur lllghncld, f
l',ih. a daughter.
one of those Swan Fountain
ln. I1 '" ,n,,rk't' nt ljrtke
Tifw Mercantile Co.
Storktimiiii -f the Laktvlew Cigar
la.-tory is kept busy making the
hniou Ki'S1'' clgnr.
J. I,. Smith, agrnt for the Equit-
, Life. has l""en 'i,'k '"r 11 week j
jlwsvuaccorileil the best of treat-B.-tit
nt. their place. K-l'.l
oil "iiiii' Arin-iii'nw" the Cedar
rl Indian " viMt'mg in Lakeview.
jj, nrtsyoii with his usual snluta-
ami thereupon caused the sahl petl- I
.v.l i". .i ::
i; .Vll. ! ' !
a ft I.ihr.u
LaKfvii-w Library an.l
l:....in was oraiiizc.l
m;i'l'' so tn-rally
.!,! : li l-'jii!.- i- ai; .i i
m: , f ;: V, !;:y. .-.
)-;.. r-1 r '! im n,:i t of
Tl.i.t is uh'i-'- our
i : . :: u.c'l every w. -k.
tion. together with a notice of the
.lay on which he would apply to
to th'u Court for such license, to !e
published for four consecut ive weeks
in the Central ( bvnoni.i n, a weekly
new sj.Mjier print. -d and published in
s li.i Silcr Luke Precinct, bcuinilillii'
w i; h t "i,. ls-ii.. of the ".nth day of
M .; r li. 1. i .'i, and also caused copies
of said i.oti.-e and petition to be
. i-'.-d f..r four coiis.'c'ltive w khi
t 'i lee . .f t h most public places in
said pr. cinct , a i.d ir further appear-
;; tint i .' I i l of tic- pers.i!ls who
.'iied s i:d .et:i:...i was. at the date
li" s'.:i..d iite suite", ud for inoii
i h.r. I hiriy das iiiiiiicdia:. iy next
pr-ee.-i!i, the d Ce oil w hich he silli
ed the seine. ,ad l.ei-u actual I'esi-d-iit
of and r. si. liny; in said Silver
l.al.e Pre. i'let ; and ha s cont in uoii.-ly
since : !.. date of siyiiint; said peti
tion, resided ill. Iilcl ISO resides ill
said slhcr Luke Precinct; and that
si'.id peiitioa contains the mimes ofa
majority of the lciial Voters of said
Percales 36 Inches Wide
Regular 15 cts. per yd 10 yds. for $L.0()
Regular 25 cts. per yd 8 yds for $1.00
30 " "
" 20 " " "
" 12" " "
We are also agents for the famous Sorosis
underskirts, the best made.
sevlew Mercantile Company,
Ii.ii'k p.. Lv.nis. the Columbia
., !:c ";:.:.!. has ourtiiai.Us for
v. i y of tl,.- Lida. i Nevada I
rt!-; "1. 1. .No. :.. It is a new
.'.:,.'; .,::ioti in the mining di-tricts of
!'. will cost Klamath Full
to build its fJ.i.lHKI
S li. ml. Only two bids for the con
traction of t. building were sub- i (,,,, Ir- d dollars: and hasalsoexecut
tuittc.!, mi.- for . la,?"' ud "lie for ! ed a bond to the County in the penal
A me t
. . - -s u J. sr
, i j..t 12 months.
hi Two Ifayj.
, 0. jjCfaptrz box. 25c. I
i .Mer.. ( Iretton:
S.. U. 11 Last Will,
t hence North to Nort h-
Klamath Canal Co. has ro-
, precinct at the date of the presenta- j Wl.p.t ,.,.,.,.! uf Township :;i, S 11. la
over : tion of said petition. And t he said j .;ilst Vjl I(,r (hvkchi; thence
Hi.. I, ! !' IP. Silvertooth having presented j , . . Sullt .ast ,.,,. r Town-
to tl.is I on rt tlie receipt 01 i ne i oun-1 ; j. j;, .;ltt Will. Mer., Ore- I "iveri wuier iruni iiuk river lor ir-
ceived instructions to jirocecd with
! the work of diK'siny their ennui and
tv Treasurer for the sum of foiir
, sum of one thousand ( .l,iJMi.0iii do-
1 ii I v approved
iron: t hence Aortll 10 i lie .oriueasi
i corner of Section I'l in Townsliip
!s It. l.'i Last Will. Mer., Oregon;
thence Kust to the Lasteni boun-
ars w in-li II is nii'ii limy a i uo e.i -i- , ...i s i ;isf.
is called for the purpose I ' ;
i.farran-in- for I . eora t ion day ex-; t H therefore ordered that a li- the Northeaxt corner of said Town-ft-iw.
!ii,d all those interested wi!' ' cense issue to F. W. Mlvrtooth, to i Hi, j . , m I Kane: I hence Fast to the
Hell spirituous, malt and vinous j j.;.lriU.nl boundary of said County;
! li.Uors, or fermented cider at si'v,'r J tlieiice North uIoiik; said I'.awtern
! Lake I'recinet, in Fake County, Ore-1 ,uliudarv to place of bee inning';
irit attend the meeting at Squire
HavWv'g ( flice at i o'clock. I". M.
NUur.liiy, the F'.th.
T!.e Mhtniiiii S'jirrel Smoker is a
jrriini succ s. As a sijuirrel killer It
t l'o imjuuI. A. S. Down, Ajrelit.
'N-'iicli J. D. Venator. T. It. Ver
non, K. M. Duke, S. 1'..
Tiie ayent of it. F. Fidk Ac Co.,
puhlisliiTH of the Oregon and Wash-it-s't'.ti
Ufuett.i-r, Is here thin week
d"-!iUTiii: the lia..-tter. Thv Fx
Snrliier lj.tsn cniarter-pii";e iwlvert !..
KMitiu the (Jawttii-r, and we also
'k a eopy of the book.
J"lm I'atterson uml Clarence Mill
Hpreturued from OreRun Iat wwk.
""lie up there Mr. I'utteraon pur
tU n the French Jlenn horw-
"(I mule, ami brouht down 1C
kad of fine aulmalK, wblcU he will
oooput on the market. Odarvllle
twelve iiioiitlm I Hai), sii v,.t. inke i'rccii.ci Number
riation jHirposes. The attorney
for the company and the district at
torney lias agreed, ho ways the
Klamath republican, that Link
river is not a navigable stream,
Sheriff Kinehart received notice
this week from the Superintendent
of the State Insane Asylum, that im
mediately upon the committment of
any person to the Asylum, by the
authorities in his jurisdiction, lie
was to notify the authorities at tlie
asylum of the committment and
take charge of and keep the patient
in custody until the arrival of
therefore, the diversion of 51)00 indies j BtmrdH and attendants from the fit-
do who win uenver stun paiicnt
10 xne Hsynim. i ins new law yoes.
yon. for a period
from May -1, l'.fd. i One beiny in Lake County, Oregon,
Salary claims were allowed and j W()U, respectfully leti'.ioii that on
warrants ordered drawn on General j Monday, the tift.il nay of June, l'JO.I,
Fund in pay ment of same. al) flection be held to determine
May 1th, I'.hi.I. i .. i.,... tl.,. Ki.e f imoxica tiuir
The followitisj claims were allowed i(lllu.s Kniill be prohibited in said dertakeu at present. The trial will
and warrants ordered drawn on I ai (t,.scribed Silver l.al.e I'recinet ; probably not come up till late ill the
i General Fund in payment of same: .,n,,.r One of Lake County, Ore-! (.
; Win Manner, for priiitiuy -f-i i Kittli lltll t.llch f,,r himself says:
M m Cole, for services as i.aiuu , i laVo personally Mailed this ietl-
of water, or more, if needed, will
no great damage, and that the gov
ernment will not Interfere is presumed
by the company, so they have turn
ed the water In their ditch and will
proceed to fill in and reclaim about
!!0 acres of laud in the town of
Klamath Falls, all that will be un-
luto effect May IS.
I e JSeall, for express chin-yes
Your doctor will tell you that
'"in, pale, weak, nervous chil
dren become strong and well
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Jmal doses, for a few days.
Jhj chang- is very prompt 't
ina very mil ked. Ask your
ooctor why it is. He has our l
fnrmt.1.. i ...
-..,u,i, ana WJ., explain.
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I The r-uM$rr-
Lakeview Mercantile . supplies
JUith I'enland, care of county
J. K. Bernard it Son, supplies 'S
Ilailey & MasslnK'HI. supplies.... 7 00
A. W. Manring, stamps 15 00
F. F. Kinehart. to refund taxes
collected ou erroneoumiHsesi-
o i oo
Wiuslow liayley, J ustlce fees In
case of Hate vh. Murphy
August Ktorkinau. wltnessfeeH,
Htate vh. Murphy 1 5e
OrvU Stephenaou, wltuen fees.
htate vk. Murphy 1
.t . uuj
James l'arttn. wuue ".
Ktate . Murphy
Mauly Whorton, wltnesH M's,
State vh. Murphy
M. It. Hart, witness lees, State
F. T. (iu nt her. witness fees.
State vs. Murphy
China Sam, witness tees, State
The following petition for Local
Option Ll-iuor Flection, from VS.
. . . i ,a....i,...n others. ofSlher
Lake J'reclnct .No. 1. was n
tlon and my residence, post ollice
and voting precinct are correctly
written after my name.
In the matter of the said petition
of IF. 15. Owsley and others for a
Local Option Lhpior election in
Silver Lake I'recinet, No. 1, in Lake
Irrigation in Washington.
About 150,000 acres of land have
been withdrawn in KitMtas county,
Washington, ami -lll.l-'O acres In
Montana, all for reclamation pur
poses. Fear Is expressed in the
Palouse country that the irrigation
lounry, wi."..... VHklmiL river will
the satisfaction ot rj"-
It appearing to
the Court that a petition was on the
:ird day of May, 1005, tiled herein,
petitioning this Court for an order
to hold an election to determine
whether the sale of intoxicating
liquors shall be prohibited In Silver
Lake I'recinet No. 1 of Lake county,
Aud It further appearing that the
requisite numlier of legal voterH re
siding in said precinct algaed said
petition and said petition Itelng reg
ular and proper In all things:
It Is hereby ordered that an elec
tion be held in said S.lver Lake I're
etnet, No. 1, In Lake County, Oregon,
on Monday, the 5th day of June,
1005, to determine whether the sale
of Intoxicating liquors shall bo pro
hibited In said Silver Lake I'recinet
No. 1. in Lake County, Oregon:
That said election be held at the
be abandoned. liepresentauve
Joneu ol Washington has sent a let
ter to the department strongly pro
testing against the discontinuance
of the project. He stated that the
land would stand an assessment of
more than 35 per aero for water,
for when Irrigated, the land would
lie worth from f 400 to 500 per acre.
-i.. ..i .. ....I... imi I I'll....
usual voiing -
(ion in said nreclnct as provided by
We the undersigned legal voters ol , )aw
Dated this 4tli uay oi ftiny, jw.i.
The claim of C. W. Deiit for three
days services aud mileage as com
inlssloner was allowed In the sum cf
Court adjourned without date.
s.. I .ii Lh I'recinet. MliniM-r on..-,
and descrllSMl ...ore fully by -al,d
bound-as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at the .Northeast
corner of Lake County Oregon;
thence ruunlnji West to the Noith
wTt corner of said County and
Ktaus thence South along the bou -
(Iltry of sahl County. In sah e
AdvfrtlMd UtUr Ll.
Following la a lint of lutteri remaining un
claimed Id ike Ltkeview 1'om Oltice. Id oalliug
for tlieiu nay "advurtlaefl," and give date ol
Mr lvina Ue Mr KltD Kobertaon
Mr Kdgar fi.rthell Mra Fred Kleharda
WUeeler A WIUou Mr ( kaa foon
Ixiula L..rt)ill I Brandon
Mr Tom Dlllau
Hick J. Wilcox, Postmaster.
O A. O T O XX 1 A. m
BearitU 1 "4 u la)' Boughl
8 ie:r Ua0&
Land Ollice at Lakeview, Orcuon, May
10th, 1005. Notice in hereby iven that
the folio inn-named settler lias filed
nutii'H uf his iiiteution to make final
nni.if in eiiuiMirt of his elaiui, and that
said irooi Hill be made before ltegiuter
and Uuceiver at j-aneview, irun, on
June 10th. 1005 vi.t James McKee,
lid. No. lor the N', SFj SKJ
.vkiSM!. iaand N I'M NKKeo. ?2Tu.
M 8., It. 24 E. IF. M. lie names the
following witnt-Bse to prove his continu
ous reNldeuce upon sad cultivation of
laid land, viz. Ja. Oivau, f Adel,
Oregon, W. K. lUrry. E. E. Hand, of
1'lui.h. OieuToii and A. II'. Maul ing, of
Lakeview , Oie(?on.
yj -j.i J. N. Wutson, Uegister.
Cleared for Action.
. ll'hen the hotly is cleared for action,
by Dr. King's New Life Tills, you can
tell it by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; the brightness of the eyes; the
firmiicHH of the flesh and muscles; the
buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At
Lee Heidi's drug store, 25 cents.
.Vollee or liuincf or Itoimdui'lea ut
The IturiiM mid likevlw IjiuiL
IHnti'lclH In the Ntute orUrruon.
Notice is hereby (iven that the Pres
ident of the United States, by Execu
tive order of March -J, 1005, has, pur
suant to the provisions of section 225&
of the Hevisu.i Statutes of the United
States, and by virtue of the authority
therein triven, directed that the bound
ary lines ot tht) burns and l.ttoview
land districts, in the State of Oregon, he
changed and reestablished as follows
which described boundaries shall con
stitute the Burns land distri.'t, and that
such lamia within said boundaries as are
now included within the Lakeview land
district be detached therelrwn and at
tached to and made a part oi th Uurne
land district, and the archives, record.,
and business pertaining C) such lands
transferred from the land office at Lake
view, Oregon, to the land ofilce at
lieuinnina at a point wtiere tne town
ship Tine between townships twelve and
thirteen soum intersects me rnnic
River, thence west along said townsbift.
line to the northwest corner oi town
ship thirteen south, range tweaty-four
eatl; tlience south along the range hne
between ranges twenty-three and -twenty-four
east to the southwest cor
ner of township thirty two south, range
tweutv-foureast; thence east along the
township line between townships thirty
two and thirty-three south to the north
east corner of township thirty-three
south, range twenty-eight east; thence
south along the range line between
ranges twenty eight aud twenty-nine
east to the south boundary of the State
of Oregon; thuire east along said boun
dary hue to the southeast corner of the
Slate of Oregon; thence north and
northerly along the east boundary oi the '
State of Oregon to the place oj begin
ning. In pursuance of said Executive orjlir,,
the change of boundaries and the trans
fer of the archives, records, and business
pertaining to the lands transferred, w ilr
lakeeitect on July 1, 1005.
Given under my band, at the city ot
Utthhiugton, District of Columbia, this.
3d day ol April. A. l. 1005.
lly the ('resident.
J. II. Fi mi-i.k,
Acting Commissioner of the lieneraH
the Southwest corner oi :
thenrei:"tto Soutln-a-t corner of I