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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1905)
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County Court Proceedings
AlUOl llM-ll MAY 190.". TKHM.
July 1st, UK)."..
Coiill convened pursuant to nil
j cinin it. iv.'iit; 1 1 n. II. Idly,
) ,1,1,11', C. W. iM'Ilt, ' 111 Itlll-Kll .tlT.
U. Mnnrlug. Clerk and I'.. I-.,
Il l, NlllTlll. WII.Ml I lie IOIIiMV-
dings were hail:
inn I'!'' 1 '
Tin' f illowing claim were c xnuiln-
mill warrants ordered
. . . . ....i i. i i
.lt ,,f x i nit-.
A V Mnnrlng, tampn, etc 24 30
H. K. Kinchart, hoard of prls-
Mr 'c ,i 40
.1 S Martin, witness fees. (r.
Clllt Court o ;(,)
Henry Ib.b.rts, witness fees.
Circuit Court i u i
CIhim Car.v, witness fivs. Circuit
ir;,,l,- I.", 00
C I". Mo Kline, witness f,VH (,..
cult Court ()0
A X Itceder, witness fees Cir
cuit Court 1 1 oo
I-X Kclsn.v, witness f(vs, cir
cuit ( oiirt. -js oo
A It Sr'. roller, witness, Circuit
Court ;.. n,,
i M Smith. ServiecH.
1 1 i I ; I r 1 1 1 1 1 ilie Million
ii :i: . ,,, I ,n i in .1 uror f i s.
w ii 1 1 1 - '..
$10.00 " " costs oi npiH'iil,
f,.(. ."!. on ' vk, Schroder v
10 (in! '"How Intf claims for work done
.M.ao ; material furuihcd for county
rumls, examined, amirove.l nml -r.
y, 1 1 kIi-v, .1 urof
Morn Wiimlield. "
V. L I'l'l"'.
T, P.. Ml'IXtilT,
J.C. liellliainuier, "
M. V.. Mugrnve. "
('. A. Keluirt. "
Julius llaiidley, '
friii, k Itcid.
i . .i. (uecti,
11. U. I'milap.
J. N. Citzerald.
Hurry I '.a i ley,
W. Ii. Miirk.
U. .1. McKir,
H. I'. Maiipin,
W. P. Tracy,
J. H lliiichklH-, "
f rn U k Wilson.
S. V. Keluirl.
(i. V. Howard,
A. N M.ihley.
Willi : 1. 1 i'iu k r.
W. I'.du urds. "
lii;.c I .'. cie.t oil, "
A. I' '' i;ipl:u -r.
('. I'. M ir-h ill. .Judg
I. V Ki-l-ay. .1 i I
ran in ordered drawn on the I'oad
Fond in payment of name.
Snyder and Mulkey, for work
on roads $ n; ,-,o
T V Johnson, for work on
roads lo:, .V)
1M Tatro, for work on roads ;,0
Arscner Bros., for material and
sharening tools s '27,
1 Chaniller, for work on roads lL'4 00
; T B Vernon,
A W Itryiin, stage freight on
V A Lynd. bridge timl icrs
i i el
. -- i
1" (HI H'ii" iiiniiers .s mi
j j ')i0 ; .1 nines Metz'.rr, liridKctiinliers '.'JO 00
s j( ' (icorue t'oiin, iniiterlal for
lo.oo' 1,rl,l1' :!,i,ls
deore s, rarker, work on
roads j:!;i 4;,
It is hen-liy ordered, that the list
of warrant ci rtilied to tills Court
liy t he County Clerk as having lieeli
i 1 1 I more t h i 11 seven years prior
1 o .1 uly 1m . 1.1 i.'i. and not presented
for payment, nor paid, lie pulilihed
a rei uired liy la w.
OM'IM Kl XKXT Wl.l.K.)
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FOllRTH of JULY
Wo have the host line of Men's, Boys and Youth's
Ready to wear Clothing in Lakeview.
Men's summer Suits, regular price, $0.00 and ?10.00,
Sale price, 0.00
regular price, $2.25
vSale price, 1.75
regular price, 1.25
Sale price, 50 cents
Compare These Prices With Other Stores.
Hoy's and Youth's Kant Wear Out Clothing are guar
anteed. We also have the most up to date line of Ladies' Sum
mer Shirt Waists, Fancy Lace Hosieiy, White Skirts and
Come get our PRICKS and compare with other stores
Men's Khaki Suits,
Men's Fancy Shirts,
Lakeview Mercantile Company...
W. M iMiucali, Jlldye of elei -
II. I'.. W aolucll. Cleik of Klec-
K I;. .1 i'n.n. ( Ii r of I'.l.f-
In o- -I nii'iy , clerk of Klec-
1 "in 1 ,i'lj. uriieil for t h- term.
lie it 1. ineintu reil that a regular
ti-rin oi the I'.iiiuiy Court for the
t'iiiiiit o; Lake. State of ( Ireuuii. fur
the t f .1 u-.K-t i, hi of county IniMnee.
ii !.i 1111 ami held at the county
court li'iiw in Lake lew, Oregon, on
Weill, e.,;n, tlier.th day of July, l' i"i,
ir" i.t. Hon. Ii. Ialy, Jinli-. W . A.
'lirrier, otlllllisoiolMT, '. V. Ielt.
oinii.i--i uier, A. M'. M.iuriii, 1 lerk
inn! II. II. i.'.ueli.i rt , Sheriff, when
tile f i!!o .i ,11- irirceilillS were had:
ill- 'o., 111. eh" .1 tliol'o.lll e-
Hiiiiii.il of nil liooks and papers
reliliii 10 the linilieijil affairs of the
1 1 1 t oil.ee. of ( 011 nty ( lerk. Treas
urer and sin-riff as is reijulreil liy
Inn 1 11 i.-made at this time.
Ordered that Warrants lie drawn
on Treasurer in (laymeiit of all sal
Mi'.v 1 la i ins.
Tin- following claims were exaiiiin
nl. Mpproved and warrants ordered
dr.nv.1 in t. (ieiieral ruud ill pay-im-iit
K M. Calkins, transcitliln;; tes-
tiiiioii.v l'i 00
Win iMi-ner, piiiitiiitf I'J -VJ
'-. Metker. plilillshin- ami
w"'"tu Cole, Janitor work
Li lit Harrow, meals for
ltuiii 1'eiiliiud, care of poor
'I'lie lnviu HoiUon Co. road
!!! iv rt'(i!,,U
l-iiiiew lundtuie Co. cot
111.1I lent pole
To Cure a Gold in One Dmi
County Clerk's Notice
,rrii 1: is nereliy nlven, that the
,u' fiiliowiiiy; county wanants, issued
nioi-e I hau seven rears prior to July
1st. l'.in.'i. if no! prei-ented tothecoiin
t v t re, i me r of I, a ke count v for pay
ment on or Iff ore sixty days after
the first day of July, 10C. will he 1 cases and huvinir the others dismiss- account of indictment hv Mr. llMiiv!i-,,iKt:inili li.r,Mi.i
I ...v.. .
In Two Tayc.
:vt.;i jr. boxes
:vc Eromo Quinine Tablets. r? rpi fs
so:i ia past 12 months. This signature, Sv-7T
'wss box. 25v.n
No l'lla. i. I loiialierty, ain't. ...f 1
l U'i. Wm li.ilyleish, . .. ::
" l li'i.'. C. W. Johnson, "
1 '.!. C. II. Lit fie.
I'T-U. 11. C. ITeiniim. "
" l".lal, 11. C. 1- leniin;:, "
j:U."i. A. V. I. ane,
" ZlS-'i, W. A. Currier.
-177. 'A 111. l'.enhani, " ....
p.y or ler of the court,
A. W. Mammmo
We are Kind
ed, and all of them have promised to last April on a charge of impeding j of these manifestations of nppreuia
oheythelaw hereafter. To do this " and obstructing 'iustice. The sued-1 1 ion ! it 1
., 1.1 ; 1 ' -
s 00 ! some of the roads will run cattle fie complaint was that Lord and ! the costly service we are rendering.
1' 111 j trains oil passenger train schedules others conspired to falsely accuse!
: 00 j to net tliein to their destinations Ileiiey of associating with Marie, New Railroad Incorporated.
('0 ...ttl.i.. ,1... K l.,.itK lii.ilt iltl,.,.. i.i. W.... IT ,1 ...U ' ....... ... ...
.i iliiiii . 1 . -nwui 1 mi 1 ii "ii . "im-. .hi. neiiej iooimiiiii iiniiuii- . nilll r I IIIIC1SCO UlSpatCtl tO ttl
(o, . ... , ........ - ...
puiting on large siaiue cars 111 which en tnc inilict inent, ami now Mr. iont i Oregouian dated July 5. statet that
the cattle can eat. drink and rest, claims he is damaged in the sum of ' articles of incorporation have lieeu
i The operation of these
cars is now si.iii.iiun.
lit-n'.fit for k'c.idin loum
A ci- d'- l house, an enthusiastic
ail lieu and an appreciative pub
lic is what greeted Moore's Come-j
diaiis. in their play "The Lady of
Lyoii-s" given as a benefit for thi'j
Keadinu' ltooni and Library Friday j
The d.iy was most cxc. liently pre- I
seiited. the costumes and st.me ef-j
attractive. I he 1
Opinions of People.
Popular and Picturesque. ,. i-,,ceiv. d a letter from Win
The only thin,.' necei-sary to make the ,;, ,f,-,i, .,st week. Mr. liradford
said of The Kxaminer; "During my
Is years' aciiuaintanee with The Kx-
filed, with a capital of $r),400,(l()(. for
I the California Northeastern Hail way.
i The incorporators are, A, II. Narftn
ger, (i. T. Wendling, C. M. t'ross, u.
L. Littenger and X. Natlian. Tho
road will start at Weed station, on
the S jut hern I'aclfic, and run about
loo miles Into Klamath county.
; 1 U nver and IJio (jrande the neiht pnp-
' ulr, it ha ever been known the
i must pleasant and most picturesque
I way to emm the continent, has come annuel I never knew It to be more j
about. This in the establishment of wide awake and entertaining than it
i thruiikdi tleepiu j car service. : is tod iv " 1
! In connectinn with the). K. & X. a '' - I Tii.iWr l.ii.ol Kollre
.. , ,,,,,, ;a I )iik Kingsley says w hen he was In L nited States Land Ofhce, Lakeview,
through 1 ulln.an Standard Sleeper 18 - ' Oreu-.n. July 8th. l.K. Notice is here-
I now run from Portland to Denver, leav- ahfornia. where he lived the people , y jven t(-;Hl m w)lnl,ianee wjtn ,jm
iiiiH Portland at H.."t p. m., arriving at would pass The Lake County ICxain provi-ions of the act of (Jonnrens of
alt Lake at K -.0 a. m. the secoinL ,.,. f,-,,,,, , ,imii,..r until 1tl.,ie ?.. . e".,"l' . net lor tl.o
1; o .'
fects le-ing very attractive. 1 ne 1 m,,,,,!,,, leaving Salt Lake at .i.M p.
piece was well pla ed. each one ably , m. and arii in at Delive r 4 20 p. in. the
sustaiiiinu- their character,
sum was realizeit for the Heading
Loom and Library and every
nice I following day. This schedule gives pas-
(ienijers seven hours stop-over 111 Salt
feels a debt of gratitude to Mr.
Moure and hU company. The violin
nlaveil bv Miss Snelliug vas
most clianiiiiigly executed. The
v. h..w. ion showed rare taste of music
and her manner of playing is most
00 fascinating. Miss ieliie Siiellilig
proved her-. If a very accompiisneu
accompanist. Miss F.ssie Cobb sang
incr iioiii one 10 aiioiuer 1111111 11, .,.. ,:,. ia.u ;., v,.u. r
was worn out, and all seemed to be California, Oregon, Xevada and ICash
.... i !!"t"!i Tlrritory," Hi extended to all
interested m it. the I'.iblie Land Slates by act of Aiuj-
1 list 4, IH'J2, Ku liHiil JJrown, of Portland.
('has. II. Flower, of Minatarc,
county of Mullnomali Sta'e of Oregon,
lKe.auoroniKau unM, , , iu 1 NV1(r wri,.H: -i mve seen a copy of , has this dav Hied in this olliee his sworn
ihe Mormon Capital as well as a day ! , statement No L".8l. for the purchase of
light ride through the j"randeHt hcenery I Lake ounty Kxaminer, and am yf . Nw MKi Xw.'J and Xwi
in the world pleased with the paper and am inter-1 Sw of Section 21 Tp 1.5 S, li 17 K w -M.
For leservation in this car and for ib ' , lht. ,tPy. 1Mt.!lHO (iml ! f U will offe r proof to;how ha tl
luetrated booklets picturinx the scenery l)rll.e lllt.,,)f4,.(li htM)(1 tiiei timber or stone than for agrie-i tural
caiitiguoiis to tlie Deliver & KioOrande, . , (inrpoees, and to establisli his claim to
i.rovinif it to be the Scenh: Line of the I'"!"'1' i Hid land before Sho. T. Italdwin .)u.ltf
1 .......... . t t I I . . 1
U.,rl.l u:iiM i W M, l!ri( e. (ien- "I Kiamaili U). ai ins ouice hi, ivuiiuaim
eral Agent, I'M Third street, Portland.
Rich Strike at BidweU.
There is not a week passen that we ' J ails, (ire., on Friday, the lath day of
l.'v Seiil , T.H.". He names as w itnesses :
I .Ihtiihh li ivii of IPv. Oregon. Mai tin
uminer, some want sample copy, i;VHn Margurete Kvan and C. V. F.ni-
do not receive reniieHts for Tho
F. A. and Harry Calderwood and some want it for six months and : "oily ot l on ami, Oregon.
. .. ....... 1 1 r..ela I loll WI1S .. . . . .. .. . " v ".u " ' ' r' " V '".
leigaiiiiii "a" "i'i'"- 1 j . 11. .i array inn e mane 11 1 ien i 1 me oiuers lor
a year. v ti,H altove-ilerrriU'd lanils are
'shown by the treat applause which , , lt. llolllllhm. Itlssald that a Tim Kxaminer U appreciated quesied tn nle their claims in this o.W
.,, ,. 1 1,,..' on 01 before said 1 itil (lav of SepteintXT
'resulted in an encore. .no un 1 , al.j,e ledge of !f:i7 ore and a 40 foot abroad, as well as at home, a' ml wo n,,)j.
thebenetit ivmk 11 sihivhk. tunl I ()f js ore liimlMtMlHlruck. Con- have a larg,- foreign list, w inch is -s :i'' J. N. Watson, Ueyibler.
crown of Lake-
added laurels to the
view's progressive people,
V'hat are vour friends sa v.
about i'mh: Ti,,. .,,.e ,,, .. if
u i, , 1 u..i yi.iui j; 1 i
"ir makes you look oi.! f
And yet, you arc no! forty !
Postpone this looking old.
H Tjry I j the railroads of the conn
?TTV Trfi7K i ing all v'he big Western
"Attn V i&J
Use Ayer's Hair Viyor ;ti:J
restore to your cray Jiair all
nc deep, dark, ridi color of
early life. T1CI,
uloV?,', ""r vl""r risii i.l 11.- iii.emii
P.Li" l" ':r" '"Or. ,11 ,1 I i.i ,,.i.ii!
liluTV 1 V" "" you claim f a It."
" A,U Alt. li,il.ii.il.,0!l:. N I
J. I'. A VK"
I . e
Must Teed Cattle.
'Ihe Hepartmeiit of Agile 11 1 lure has,
prepared to Institute suit against
,f the country, Incluu-
,-1 1 1 I South
'em lil.eri, for violations of the law
! which provides that. attle III transit
from one state to another, after they
Imvebeen In the cars for .'S hours,
must be unloaded, watered and rest
ed for at least live hours.. The pen
ulty for each violation Is a line of
froin $ 100 to 'i-J'- tho (iovern-
ment will seek to have the maximum
Ma nv of tlic roads want to coia
promUc l-y paying fines In .uie few
slderable excitement prevails in .Sur-
I prise valley as a result of the dls-
eovery, and claims are being staked
off all over the mountains. ( . 11. ;
Norton has moved his camp into the
district and is now prospecting, and ;
It is hoped lie will also strike it rich. '
We hope the Calderwood and Mur
ray strike will prove as rich an tills i
report, which The Kxaminer lias
from one of .the discoverers. j
Sue District Attorney Heney. j
Lx-Dlstrict attorney Charlen F. (
Lord of Multnomah county c 111
medced milt against Prosecuting At
tornry F.J. lleney In the State Cir
cuit court last Thursday to recover
f.'il.OOO doiuagen for alleged Injury on
cey is absolute t
has all the good points a goo4
whiskey could have.