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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1905)
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Pabllthad BfV Tfcaraday
C. O. MBTZKEK.
Rntrroti at the l'ot Olllooat I akcTtw, Ore.
a SocontCI Mailer.
I One Year $2.00
IERMS: i Six Months 1.00
(Three Months 50
LAKEVIEW, OReUON, NOV. . ioos.
The Development. League,
The tire that ha leen kindling for
moil 1 1)4 under the auioulderliig de
velopment U-ague burnt forth In il
luminating flame of energy lastSat
ur lay evening when the time for the
regular meeting of the league ar
rived, and one of the beat, though
not the Urgent lu attendance, of
these meetings wan held that ha
beeu held since the league was or
gauUed. The absence of a prenldent
to call the meeting to order for sev
eral months ban nerved an a hand
icap. The tnemU-rn who have never
d is paired, gathered at the Court
Houne and elected Daniel Boone, one
of the most enthusiastic lueiuliern
from the beginning, an chairman for
Nothing of a disgruntled nplrlt ha
ever existed iu tie League, or caused
it to smolder, hut inactivity can
easily lie accounted for la the fact
that all the officials, president and
vice-president, have been, all summer
long, no en groused in business affairs,
that i4 time wan given to League
bushiest. Now that winter in on,
the evenings are lung and the rush
of the season's business matters is
over, there is no good reason to j
doubt that something will result;
from our organization.
Some of the features that enthused
the meeting were the spcaehes, cspee-!
tally those of Dr. Daly, J. N. Watson j
and chairman Daniel boone. Dr.
Daly outlined a policy for the League
to pursue and offered it as a sugges
tion, which met with the unanimous
approval of the other niemliers
present. He dwelt long and fluent
ly upon the possibilities of Lake
county and the urgent need of a
railroad, and pointed out reason
able solutions of the difficulties of se
curing what seems now paramount
to our needs railroads. A little
smattering of jealousy of our sister
county was visable on the speaker's
stern countenance as he waxed elo
quent over the possibilities of our
own great county.
l'ardonable as his jealousy may le,
it is only acknowledgement of the
inactivity on the part of influential
men of this county that has permit
ted our neighbors to assume a more
important standing than we claim.
Let the spirit uf emulation got into
the hearts of every man in tin conn- i
ty. It wiil stir him as nothing else!
will do. Let him taste the bitterness I
of rivalry, if the sweetness of a '
prosperous future will not drive him
to activity. Let the world surge i
all' inl ati'l lea ve "the devil to take-
the hiiid'-rniost," if he chooses to re- .
main in his peaceful slumbers s Idle '
a wakening has seized his n Ighbor.
We have not a single man in mind
when iv siv these things, but the
tai hlie in "enei' ii
l'rotid ilioiigh we are, and ever
have been, with fortiiiiesniiliiig upon
o.i. loum.N. me u.ne nas ,-o,ne i,e
V, . ii i , . , ,. ti'ii t.. .
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have lagged, catch up with the rest1
of tlie Hi eing world. We are not be-
hind, if we only will seize the oppor
tunity that has offered much to
others, and which is knocking at our
The meeting was called to order
by the chairman pro tern., who call
ed for the reading of the minutes of
the previous meeting, which wan ap
proved a.s read. A few bills wore al
lowed and a number of communica
tions were read. The remainder of
the evening was devoted to plan
ning for a, future course for the
Dr. Daly's suggestion to compile a
complete report on the resources of
the county as they exist, and the
possibilities, wan adopted.
CwuiUy Court Proceedings.
Wi -lif wtln.v, NovcinNr lt, Wo.Y
A regular term of the County
rnuri, oi 'tln County of Lake, state
of t)n'j'ii. fir tlx transaction of
Count tni-lmi wnt begun iiinl held
til hic Court House. In Lakevlcw,
Oi'iiiiii, on Wednesday, November
1st. 1 "". present; lion. It. Paly,
Judge, C. W. IVut, Commissioner, E.
E. Kinchart. sheriff ami A. M". Man
rinu. Cl rk, when the following pro-ci-cdlnc
Salary claims of the County otll
evrs examined, approved ami war
rant ordered ilrawn on (leneral
FdikI In payment of name.
Thursday, November 2nd. 1!K..
The following claims were examin
ed, approved ami warrant ordered
drawn on (ieueral Fund In payment
of km me:
V K Soainmon, services as road
viewer f 12 (HI
Kuth Penlaud, care of county
churn IW 00
E E Itinehurt, board of prlsoti-
er, etc 4 ST
WIhmIow Bay ley, Justice f . . . . ft 00
Boone h Mulkey, wood for
Court House 4ft 00
A Manrlng, stamps for tdier-
Iff and clerk 10 flO
William Cole, supplies and work IS 10
C W Dent. Commissioner' pay 1(5 (K)
Iren Palley, Juror fees Circuit
Court fl 10
11 W Vernon
D II llart.og
L A Carriker
J W K.vder
E N Jaouish
J F Snider
!l 20 !
II 20 j
s lo i
!i no !
li lo 1
U no I
lo to j
S 10 j
f. 10 ;
11 20 j
8 10 i
1(5 00 j
hi W Carrett
s F Aklstrom
P J IJrattain
C C Pratt
J E Bernard
S J Dutton
Geo. Stevens "
L. C. Meyer
S E Sloan
Geo. Hankins '
W F tirob, witness fees, Circuit
Win. Dishop do
i F Arthur "
Dennis Nmy the
Frank Hulil.ard "
L li Moss
W 15 Snider
Co M.-tzker, publishing and
i charges 1 00
aims againsl Uoad
Lee I '.en 1 1, epn
j'uM, ,.a mine .1, apj. roved and war
rant s ordered dra wn i n said Load
Fund in payment of same:
.iolm Coggbiirn, timbers
Flagstaff bridge -
Win. I'.uriis, hauling limbers
f(l ,,, , ,)r,,, . HO
J C Morris, hauling timbers for
Magstaif bridge (io 00
H'-V Wilshlre, bridge timbers.
.1 A Morris, nails for Flagstaff
Louis Lubhold, work on Flag
Klchard Jless, work on Flag
staff bridge 2a 00
J M llandley, work on Flag
staff bridge !." 00
Creed Pendleton, work on Flag
staff bridge :.." 2."j
Lilburn Morris, work on Flag-'
staff bridge 12 "M
W E Scammon, haulinglumber
for Flagstaff bridge 12 51
II. Roberts, hauling lumber for
. . THIS IS
We have the Goods to suit the Tastes of
Eyerybody. All our prices are Pair and when
you Buy Here Once you'll Surely Conie Again.
A full line of Woolen Underwear, Sweaters, Felt Boots
and Rubbers. tf
We have been furnishing Sheepmen with Winter sup
plies for these many years and have laid in our stock with
their interests in view off s
What is Good for one is Good for all.
BAILEY & MASSING ILL'S
,Vk 7 ,
iiim i f I
j To Cure a Cold in One Day
5 Tck Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
Zi .tvii Million boxes sold in twist 12
Flagstaff bridge .V 42
Jeff Parish, hauling IuiiiUt for
Flagstaff bridge 4: i2
The following biiU wen- received
by the Court, for putilishlng the de
linijiient tax list for the year 1IHU:
C. O. Metzker of the Lake County
7 oi) Examiner; fourteen and three-fourths
4 no : cents per line for a period of live eon
2 10 ' He jut I ve werks.
2 lit Win. Wagner of the Lakeview
2 lo Herald; seven ami oue-lpilf eeiits per
2 pi line for live insertions.
1 'file bid of Wm. M'agner being I he j
: best and lowest, it Is hereby ordered i
that said ll'ui. Wagner be awarded;
the contract of publishing s ihl de-I
1 i i I 1 1 1 1 1 1 lax list. !
Pays to Raise Cood Hogs.
' .tiihu ,. Foster, the Siiiomer LaU-
er who has been trying for 20 years
to get the people of Lake county In-
' teresteil in tine stock, while iu Lake.
view first of t lie week, slated to an
j Examiner rcpresen tat i ve t ha t he hail
! sold his registered cattle and think-
ing of going to Pine to get a start of
O'fine hogs from C. .M.Oliver, who has
a bunch of registered Poland Chinas
i from t he best St rail. Ill Illinois. Hi
: says it pay s to raise the best, even
, for one's own use, when good hogs
! an; made into bacon it goes on the
market first at top prices, and It
costs less to raise a good hog t han
It does to raise a scrul) becnue the
sume feed will make a bigger hog.
Last week when Mr. Oliver was
here ho left some literature at this
office praising very highly the Htraln
of hogs he Is dealing In. 1 le has the
pedegrees of all this bunch of hogs,
which shows that they are just what
lie represents them to be.
A few extracts from the American
.Swineherd, published in
show that Eastern farmers appreci
ate tine hogs:
The children's Iricnd
Jayneis ' Fon ic Vcr mlf ug c
Drives out blood impurities. Makes strong turves ami iiium,!i-
(Jives tone, vitality
"j (Jet it from our druciit
month I. ThW RlQTiatirrP. V.
"C. E. Pogueof Flndley, III., wnn
visited recently by our reprcmoita -
tlveand tils herd tli(roughly Investl -
gat4.l by '.ilui. and he Ntate that It
Is In most excel cut hIiiiik' with Mxtv
spring pigs that are doing line, slied
by "Chief Suushine2d," thechamploii
boar at Chicago, l!o:i."
"Mr. Pogne has a regular gold
mine in Chief Sunshine, his gel are
I n Vlich st rolig demand."
Ouenf Mr. Oliver'- hogs Was sired
. , . ,
bv "( hief Sunshine, inid "Niilishlne
ii ml "Oli vcr Sunshine are lialf-
bl ot hers.
"t'ogile Kelley held one of the
best sales held this season. It wasa
record up lo date. The "llulda's
Ideal" litter, by " hief I 'erfe. t ion 2,"
sold for M0."
)ne of t his lit ter sold for Si7'.i, and
1 lie sows sold for SleU to Jf.'to each.
These hogs n re closely rein ted to Mr.
Oli ver's hogs bought this and last
year from I his same Mr. I'ogue.
No mini ought to expect, to buy a
breeder as cheaply as he could buy a
porl; hog. Care has been bestowed
by I he breeder III first producing f he
proper animal, pure bred parents at
a cost far above pork prices Itpnyi
to buy tlie best, and to do
must pay t he price.
B9arlth, ) Ilia Mini toil Hav Always HOHfilB
Bean the j$ nn tuu tiavs Always
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to tne many kind friends ami
neighbors who ho kindly assisted
us during the sIcknesH and death
I onr beloved little daughter and sis
Mil. AMI MllK. li. W. Il lhi:
r. ,, w.r rV.
la Two Day.
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1 0r,'"n- OcIoImt iDth, ltKtr. Notice in
I ,urt,,,y Kiv"n ,,iat in -oin.lliifM- with
llie proviMlniiH of tht) Act of .Iiii.i. 3, H7
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! entitled "An act tor the mlc of t unber
j H,H j,, thi.StaleMoICuliforni.i, Orison,
Nevada and WaHhiuuton Territory," us
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cxu'iineii i ' j u 1 1 ii. e i nunc i.iiihi Milieu
by act of AuiiiiHt I, 1V2, t runk Hull,
(it klmiiiilh l"n 1 1 h . ciiiintv i ( K In in til I .
H.iU, )l( Or,.,,,, ),, ,.'h .lay filed in
Ibis nffiee hin mwimi iitali'ineiiU No. ::(i."i
'"r l"rehaM. of the '; M ; M'.',
N'w '4 ;N 'i mel lot 2 of w.iion 1:
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.in.,!iiel will i. Her proof to Mmhv that
i the Intel sought i ne.ie i h i ,t I . Ii for its
' t iinber or Hone Hi. in i.. iifi nnltiind
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of .1 a I el Ml V. I'UH'i. lie HI in. n 1 1 li.rM'. I
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Mali, .I'd fall-. Ircfoi , jiml I.. A.
Mi-Culley. "I M Cloud, ( al'l.
Any ii !! a'l pci-ons i l.u in ui' a.U eie
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e, tolile t be i r i I a i ii i s iu oil,, e on
or I' i lot ( .-all i' I, i lay of .Ian , '.H Hi.
I I I !. N . V lll-oii, loyister.
Annually, lo fill the new poiiionn creat
ed by biiiliomi an. I l'i:lci.'iaih ( 'oiniuiiiieH.
. c.l by Ibiilnmii an. I felcuiaiih CoiniuuiieH.
e waul. VOl!.N(i A1LN and LADIES of
' 1,'ood hub its, ,
And R li. Accounting
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World. Kulalillhtii'il vfo yearn met i iiitorai'U tjr
all leadliiK Itallwny iiIIIi ihIh.
We t'xcculu a : lloinl to every Mndeiit li
(uriiihli lilin i.r In r n umltlin .h1iik from U)
tu iM ainoiilh In Mitten eunti.l the Itorky Moiui
IhIiiii, or frniii 7.r, to 1imi a ineiitli In atntei wvxt
of tin) Hoe kirn, Immrdlalrly upnn graduatlun.
hludunlH eiui enter at any time. No vaca
tliuiH. l'orfiill artleuliirn riKHnliiiK any ol
our HelumlH, wrllii illreet to our execiitlveollliie
of'"1. oi,t. i't,,iK0 irm,.
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