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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1907)
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Publld Every Thtirly.
C. O. METZKUK.
Editor and Publisher
The big government ditch near
Klamath l'k over It banks
one night last week and the water
! fpread over n 50 acre alfalfa H'll, min
ing this yearn crop, certainly, Hud
possibly the stand. Tho owner of tho
alfalfa llel.l is really entitled to damn
hps, but if tho water whs turned into
Knlerrd l the Pout omes.t 1 Krvlrr
mi Seeoml-l'luM Mu'ler.
: lakeview, Ore. July 3, IW.
lie It romomlcrod that a regular
Irrm of the comity court for the
I county of I. like, State of Oregon, be
: gaii iinil hehl Ht the Court limine in
I Lakeview, on tho 3rd. ilny of July,
! IW. Present: Hon. 11. Daly, Judge;
1 II. K. Ileryfor.1 and ( V. lVnt,
Alt'ort Pent, Stierltr,
(One Year. $2."0
Slx Months, I CO
Three Month 50
JI LV IS. IW7
t kin in i nuiiMi itru
tho canal unottlcially anil without ti ihnl E. N. Jnquish, '. lerk, when tho
government's authority, n we pre-j following proceedings were t,m, to
sume it was, the government will liKo-1 for tho otlleers snla.lo ex-
ly disclaim responsibility. . aminod, spprovod and warrant oi
' dcrcd drawn on the General Fund in
M. R. Higg. of Fiineville. w ho I pur meet of same.
was convicted of land fraud along, i he follow ing claim were examined
i:r ,. ami approved ami warrau.a oruero.i
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ii raw it on me ionerai
The 5. L. OrtKonlia Buts In.
Tho Silver Lake Oregonian last
week "butted in " on a HUio matter
that not concern it very much.
That paper took a fling at Tho Exam
Incr for having criticised our contem
porary the week before, aud in it
comment the Silver Lake paper seems
to take the stand that hen fair mean
will not bring the desired remits,
then underhanded meaus are jm-tifl-ablo.
It says, "perliBps the Herald
' with Williamson
'gun hi term iu the Multnomah
county jail Biggs entered a plea for
a charge of place of confinement
from Tort land to Prineville, stating
that hi interest in Crook county
could be better atitidcd to if he were
in the Prineville jail. Judge Wolvn
ton refuse I to grant the change.
ment of same :
Claims of Jurors for
Term Circuit Court.
Mr. rdradley, the chief engineer in
charge ot the force of railroad survey
ors and draftsmen now at work in
this section of the country, with
linn.liiiiHrter iu Lakeview. rctnrnid
has l-eguu to see tie futility of try- , . , . t pl the Htu,
iu to exist and deal fairly." Perbap js lu)sj. whh itJW nmttonj. Ti,t, f(,ri.0
this has been the experience of the j wprkiu djiligentlv, mid the pros
S .1. Oregonian, and if such is the fof a rnilroll)! ,nto ik,ni,.w
caseitisuot at all surpnsmg SOon are verv enci uraging.
that paper uudei takes now to educate ,
its leaders to the same way of think-j xhe Haywood trial liugers along,
iug, so Song as it has so much the i Haywood, the defendant, was on the
start and there is no daugt-r of auy stand iu his ou behalf, and but one
one becoming more alert than it. : other w itness is to be lutreduced by
The Oregouian accuses The Exam-. the defense. The prosecutiou's n but
iner of baviug "a pull" with thi tal will occupy several days, ami
county. That, paper torgets that ouly the arguments are expected to occupy
a few months ago it accused the Her- n week. It is said now that the trial
aid and Examiner jointly of "pulliug" I WU1 last about two weeks longer.
. ..,,.,.'. on.l iliriilini? the i
luo " ...... .i... j:.r. i.ti,... -i ; r.imer uarvej
swag. If that paper was really sin- " " " ' John Arzner
cere in its former accusations it is iu , approves of the recent L. S. Naval (;e CooU.v
bad grace now to take one of the movement or not. Uflcle Sam's battle T . Urai.t
booJlers" into its arms and lore it. j.blp. tHlong to him and it's none of
take up the'Jaraus ouisness wuemcr mr, w. Y. Miller
kept in Atlantic waters or seut to the ;eo Stevens
Pacific. ; H. W. Farrow
. 'Joe Ambrose
Onnk rnunv towus are rromi.-eJ John Drumiu
M. S. Harnes,
S. .?. St ud lev 10.
T. H Wakelleld II
Joe Howard "
T. II. Cloud ir
J Ihin Chain' liT o
John Hull .
J. I. Duke o
J M Hammersley :t
Holt. McKee V
Waitter Mutter .
II C. Fleming 1
.las. Metzkor l"
I lord Hunter
II. Vandorn b
C.A . Kthart 5
W. It. Owsley 1
lieo K. .Newelll tl
I.. C. Mver It-.
! K. Keller 1
I Win. Schmidt l."
i A. M. Hardesty b"i
j F. Spa r.re n bu rgl"
K K. llemlersonl.'i
i Walter Howard 15
(; L. Iloll-iookl"
; J. W. Tucker 1"
j John Mul key 15
H. W. Vernon 15 '
. J. L. Hampton 5
John Snider 1 '
Perhaps we could take up
"boodle" question aud carry it to an
interesting point, if we cared to de
vote our srace to a review of past
Mr. A. C. Skinner, the man who
was here last week for the purpose of
organizing a corporatioj to establish
and conduct a creamrey here, left for
Vashingoi-, to be gone several weeks.
He did not meet with the hearty gup
port he expected to here in town, and
did not interview the farmers. We
are almost sure that the proposition
can be made to go through. The mat
ter has been talked up to some extent
among the farmers, and they think
favorably of it. Mr. Skinner was
here at a very busy time, and failed
to get the right parties to assist him
in his effort and became discouraged.
He will likely return here to try again
and we believe the proposition will
yet be put through.
The Herald, our svmnathetic con-J
temporary, takes it upon itself to
"pity" The Examiner, the largest,
ablest, oldest and best newspaper in
Southeastern Oregon. Of course we j
appreciate the Herald's well-meaning,
though weak efforts, but hardly think
The Examiner could be materially !
stimulated by such "pity" as the
Herald is capable of bestowing. Until j
th Herald gets out of its swaddling- j
Land it pre LaLly would do well to save i
its "pity" for home consumpton. I
railtoad service once more, provided a . -nr.e jonuson
, . . Atbiiu lheiu
private scheme cau be carried out : j vi oirir
aud an organization effected for the j .l Farrow
construction of a private road con-j John Noble
necting the several towus with theJ Prague
, , ... ... i 1. Eccleston
Oregon and Lasrern when it is built. I Sau, iuer
- ' . I Joe Keid
Vby should thetrasieror tne .meri-. jiare!J MeCall
can -avy to iDe ratiut vum aun-i
Japan, it that little flsty uatiou aims
to stay at home aud attend to their
i W. J. Sherlock
II. II. 1 latin
f . . . T 1
F. L. Ross was up town yesterday ...
. . . . E. McDoualdl
witn a load oi cnerries, an-j ireaieu i
The Examiner force.
It. A. VOUNO.
A. CI. FAVLKXtHi
YOUNO & FAULKNER.
Civrl, Municipal &
LAXItAXIt TOWXSITi: SURVEYS.
ESTIMATES. MA f'l'JXG, DRAFT-
1XG d- nEsmxixn.
Irrigation A Sj)ccialty.
Melvin D. Williams.
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
Maps, Plans, Blue prints
Secretary of the interior Garfield ar- j .
rived in PoriHud last week on his j promptly and accurately
western trip, which be is making for, , v n i
the purpose f studying the WestJ prepared. All classes of sur-
(jifford Pincbot, head of the
service, accompanies the party,
will make forestry in the West aj OFFICES
studj"' I Klamath Falls and Lakeview, Ore.
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Ain't it about time to
lay inyor machinery for
haying. The haying sea
son will soon be on and
you want to be ready
with the best machin
ery to be had.
!Lf ffiLT0 BUY Tt3 BE5?I
I liave the best farm machinery, implements,
wagons and buggies ever brought to Lakeview.
Kxtras of all kinds, Hardware, stoves and -tinware.
T. E Bernard. Lakeview Ore.
11. I Chandler
i M. Lanritzeu
! E. C. Thrustou
i ('. X. Stevens
K. N. Pbelps
A. M. Smith
H. F. Hackney
W. ( i. Ouncan
C. H. McKendree
i ie i. Hankins
T. F;. Bernard
L. (j. Linvillu
E. C. Arthur
J. E. Bernard
C. C Pratt
li. K. Funk
K. U. Thruston
J. W. Iieeder
L. C. Vineyard
V. H. Blurton
J. H. Aldridgo
L. E. McCulley
l. F. Hackney
J. E. Cox
'. C. Cannon
. E Follett
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IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE OUR
LINE OF SPRING GOODS
We want your trade and will do
our utmost to please you.
Never before has our stock been
so complete and up to date.
With our increased flooor space
we are showing new lines and more
goods Whether you buy or not
wc will be pleased to see you and
will take pleasure in showing you
BAILEY & MASSINGILUS Pioneer Store
'n tf.Y"' i bo:
To Cure a Cold in One Day
cative Bromo Quinine Tablets. & (Vtjb
Kjxcs sold in ptut 12 months. ThlS Signature, S- JsyT
In Two Dayn,
State of Oregon vs. Crouiti A Bar
ry. Claims of Witnesni'x.
L. M. Mitchell 5 " " ? M ih.
W. S. Gilmdre 5 " 5(l " ir (Hi
Window Bay lev 4 " 1 " M 10
John Fitgerald 7 " 102 " 21 20
Jas. O Neil 3 " 32 " it 20
Tom Caldwell 3 " so " 14 00
Frank Chico H " S2 " 2S -jo
N'adio Wingtleld 7 " so " 22 oo
C. A. Kehurt 5 " 1 " 10 10
T. A. Crump 15 " sn " :w (Hi
L. W . Crump 15 " mi " 3H ihi
lieo. Tow ii hen d It " 2ii IH)
Susie Burns 15 " s- " 3s m
Katie Mener S " SO " -J (HI
Mrx. M Mewsuer s ' so ' -jj (hi
Fines Hickerson 15 " S2 " 3S JO
J. M. Mesniier 8 " so " -Jj u
State of Oregon vs Cornelius Finn-
i i-au. Claims of witnesses.
! Bena Suelliug 1 " 11 " 12 10
State, of Oregon vs W. '.. Mohs.
! Claims of it nesj-ex.
F. M. Miller f, " 1 " 12 lo
! IJ C. Schmiuck " 1 " 12 10
Corouers aud w itness fees holding
i inquest over the body of Charles T.
V. Hall .
Claims of Witnesses. State of Ore
ou vs. W. '.. Moss.
(:. li. Brewi r C 3a 200 M 9 32 00
"larence Dixon 0 " 80 " 20 00
vJ. Woods " 3(i " 5 (jl)
B. Metzkor 4 " 1 " 8 10
E. Kiuehart C " 1 " 12 10
. P. ltockran 0 " 371 " 40 40
'. W. Comegys 0 " 15 " 27 W(
i'homas Hutton i " 200 ". 32 (X)
Ii.U, Nelson " : " 15 00
W. Winter ti ' 280 " 40 00
i D. Baker " 280 " 40 U)
V M. (ireen U " 1 " 12 10
) P. Mallov 1 " 1 " 8 10
larry Roberts " 100 " 22 00
dm Barry 4 " 1 " 8 10
!. W. Johnson 3 " 1 " (MO
Vm. Guntber 3 " 1 " 5 10
. Sto-kmanu G " 1 " 12 10
State of Oregon vs. Frank Marion
l iims of Witnesses,
u. M. Hervford 1 " 14 " 3 40
i. W. iiobisou (i " 4W " 52 00
Lee Hobba 7 " 448 " 58 80
tJat Atigland 2 " 1 " 4 10
Dick J. Wilcox 2 " 2 " 4 2o
J. S. Lane 1 " 1 " 2 10
State of Oregon vs. .Pat Anglaud.
Claims of Witnesses.
Jat Murphy 2 " 1 " 4 10
Timothy McCarthy 2 " 1 " 4 10
lohn P. McAulilie 5 " 110 " 21 (HJ
U. P. Malloy 1 M 1 " 2 10
B. M. Snyder 1 " I " 2 10
lohn Arzner 1 " 1 " 2 10
Walter Paxton 1 " I " 2 10
i" Wm. Wallace
i -J I Chaa. Loreuz
J JlTom Caldwell
I" M I l(..rru
S l AliUtr.ini
, j F. P. Lane
J ' ' Wm. Egan
J ! F. M. Miller
'- J01 A. fctorkmau
t ! C. D. Arthur
- j 'j The following claims were examined
a n ! Bn' approved aud warrants ordered
i tj drawn on the General Fund, as follows :
' "" Wm, Cole Janitor 5 (XJ
l.i u ' Hotel Lakeview board jury
Firbt National Bunk
Kent Jury room
Eli Restaurant Hoard Jury
II. McCalJ, Double Ta
C. W. Dent. Com. aud Mil.
H. K. Heylord "
Pearl Hull Teachers
Lura Cloud do
Scutt Leavitt do
E. N. Jaipilah Clerical help
Chandler and Arthur
team hire Thompson case
J.M . HamJly making box
for removal of Thompson
W. It. Heryford wood
E. X. Jaipiish stamps, etc.
Court adjourned until July
19o7, t 10 o'clock, A. M.
Lakeview, Ore., July 5th,
Coutt convened pursuant to adjourn
ment of July 3rd. 1!MJ7; the same
oltlcers present, when the following
proceedings were had, to-wit:
The following claims were examined
and approved aud warrants ordered
drawn on the Road Fund as follows:
Cuited Stales I. mul Oilier, Lakeview,
Oregon. Juno "J7, 1!H)7.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with tln provisions of the act
ot Congl esH of June 3, 1S7H, entitled
"All act lor the Midi- of timber lands In
the xtatex of California, Oregon, Nev
ada, and S ushingt on Territory, " as
extended to all the putilic lnnd Sliitrs
by net of August I, s:r2. Elmer Har
vey, of llikeview, couiityof Ilke,
State of Oiegou, has this day tiled in
this ollloe Ins sworn Matcincnt, No.
3735, for the piirchar-e of the E'.j SW'4
of Section No. in Township No.
:i8 S, Range No. 20 E W M, and will
olfer proof to show that the laud
sought Is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agrii-iiltural purpos
es, and to establish hU claim to said
linn! before Register and Receiver at
Iikeview Oregon, on Friday the Clu
day of September, KNI7.
He name as w itueses:
Dick J. Wilcox Phil Mulkey. Tom
Wilcox all o'
Alford, and Nathan
Any and all pernons cluiinlng nd
versely the above-ilescribed lauds arc
reiieste I to Hie their claims iu this
oilice on or before said iHh dav of
5,110,27-10 J. N. Watson, Register.
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United States Land Olllce, Lake
view .Oregon, May 22, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the net
I of Congress of June 3, 1S7K entitled
I All act for ttie sale of
Tinier and by virtue of mi execu
tion, ill foreclosure, issued out of tho
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the Couiityof Lake on the Stli
day of June, 1 1 H T to me ulrerted and
Delivered, in u suit 111 raid Court,
wherein Ruby Harvey ami Dirk J.
Wileox. as executrix and executor ot
the hmt will and testament, of William
Harvey, Deceased, as plaiutilfs, re
covered judgmei t against J. K
Field, for th), rum of IIMeeii hundred
and eighty seven Dollars, and forty
cents, and the further sum of lit I thrco
Dollars costs, said Jiljgmelit bearing
interest at ten per cent, per annum
from said May 13, 1007, and also u
decree ot foreclosure and order of sale
against each ami all of the deleudHiits.
namely: J. H. Field, Julia Field.
Ottie Chandler, George Chandler, and
Andrew McCallen, ami the said An
drew McCallen, having also, Iu said
suit, as a Junior Mortgagee, recovered
a Judgment of four hundred and Two
Dollars ami fifty cents, and costs in
the sum of tlfty Two Dollars said
Judgment Is'aring interest at ten per
cent, pei annum, fiom May 13, 1907,
the dale of said Judgment, against
the said J. S. Field, and having
further obtained a decree, of fore
closiiie and order of sale, as such
junior iiicumtiraucer, n train ts the
said J. S. Field, Julia Field, Ottle
Chandler George I-;. Chandler, aud
one Phillip Lynch, and by direc
tion of the order of the Court, and
I in the States of California, Oregon, 1 the said Execution 1 am commanded
,'rj, ; Nevada and Washington Territory, " i to sell the follow ing described real
tijiieiiiinu iu hii iiie i ui'in: iauil i'i"i" " J v.uiiiuieiiruig ai. uio
States by act of August 4, 1HK2, ' South East corner of Block "O" in
La Fayette Conn, of Lakeview, county I he West Addition to the Towu-ol
of Lake, State of Oregon, has this day . Lakeview, Lake County Oregon, ac
llled in this olllce his sworn ttatement cording to the plat thereof. Hied in
No. 3704, for the purchase of the N'.j the Ollli e of the County Clerk of Luke
N'v of Section No. 20" iu Township No. , County Oregon, July 20, 187M, thence
3ti S., Range No. 19, E., W. M., and ruuning North one hundred and
will olfer proof to Hhow that the laud seventy threo feet, thence at right au
soiight is more valuahlo for its timlT Kles running West one hundred and
or stone than for agricultural pur-1 forty feet, t hence at right angels, run
poses, and to establish his claim to "'"K North one hundred and Two
saia laud iKirore itcgisier ami Kecelver : inence ai rigni angles, running
at Lakeview Oregon on Thursday, tho 'West one hundred and forty feet; to
W. P. Heryford
Geo. 8. Parker
E. E . Rinehart
Geo. S Pa.ker
Cogburn & SueUing " "
Aizner Bros. blacksmithiug
L. V. Merc. Co. Aldse.
Ordered that u license to sell spirit
uous, malt and vinous liquors iu less
quantities tbau one gull on is hereby
granted to V. W. Kilvertooth, at Silver
Lake , Oregon, for a period of six,
moulds, from the 11th day of July,
197, to tho 10th day of January, 1908,
both dates inclusive, .upon his llliug
herein the affidavit required by law,
that be baa not sold liquor to minors,
or permitted minors to loiter about
Court adjourned without date.
8th day of August. 1907.
He uames as witnesses : W. R. Dyer,
J. O. Barker, Henry R .Heryford, W.
11. Shirk, all of Lakeview, Oregon.
Auy and all persons claiming ad
reisely the above-described lauds are
requested to illo tlnir claims iu this
the est boundary line of said Block
"O" and Block "N" also In said
West addition, to the said Town:
Thence South along tho West, boun
dary lines of said Blocks "O" aud
"N" two hundred ami seventy llvo
feet tn the South-West Corner of said
tTMnortv. vi- M' tit
a. rv' or ive.i. iimi wii'i' ...
A W ol Section 14. Tun.. 40 M Dm
ottlce on or before said 8 day of Au- j ''lock "O" thence running East along
gust, 1U07. j tho South boundary Hue of said
J. N. Watson, Register. 22-10 liiock "O" to tho place of beginning
VinV. i h l ii t. t ii'.'"" - i '''''', l'rpH of Hiitlsfylng; first.
United b'atVud OlTlce lake th"',"'l'"f"t of the Plaiutilfs, coat
vieV Oregon June -OIW' 1 1"! "vl ' "'! Kncond. the
' NothSr heby glien tLt in com-! H2 Yl
pliunco with the provisions of the act " i ? ml f I . ' A- I , 'VH'T' 8
of Congress of Juno 3, 1878 entitled , the ilna'eellH . U I TSS
"An net for llin Main of ( Inilii.p niu u I i. 1 . . . 0"'" mereoi ai O
l Ktt. of rHiif,.r, . ! "HU "!" "' ' part, to
XetlH . uw.i..i.... T rni,, . r .'.ii" - er ju.igmeni, men to
: ' ; v ?: :. r ; r , niiiowmg rem
no UAtDUiicii vj un iliu i lioiiu liHIlu , S)V
rtiares ny aci or August i, isirj, char-
ii. iuni ii mi t, ui i uiniy. oouurv I." vv i i.. .. . ' .'
No. 3728, for the purchase of the SW'i ! , " , "f, " w"l"r-
NWJi Wk SW1 Sec. 14 aud NWJ NWi 1 X , . " ' iay . ,,f 'W.
of Section No. 2.1, in Township No7 f," "., ' u ' V,('r 0,1
31S. Range No. J7 EW M, and will I .V, " t"j v1? l
offer proof to show that the land ! J.t 1 1.:..... . . .T.0,,,!ty. !n Ahe .tule
sought is more valuable for its timber , . 't ' v l'Vl
or stone than for agricultural purpos- '', , , '
es, aud to ebtahllsn tils claim to Ha il i t ii. . . '! . .
laud before liegister and IJeceiver ' h .. IV1"!1 VM
at Lakeview (Jregon, on Tuesday tho Kiel, ,, ill,, .m! 1,1 V V '
3rd dav of September. 1907. '. ' i .. "" i . . u,m ' iu'(!'...,,,."i tho
' iiiij ii iv ii i iiunniiiiin in ui i .. .i
Jl names as witnesses: M. Dooher I i.n . i '. , , ' . ""u
of Klamath Falls. Oregon. M W 11.. " , " "" IUUds ami
i.uiuir i.7... 'u-. . H,T Ul. wmm of
....j...., ..i.a, i.ninui i i i imiiiii.i
of Lake, State of Oregon, has this day '
uieu in mis oiue ins sworn
aud Jas. Barker of Lakeview, Oregon.
and C. II. McCumber of Dairy,
Auy aud all persons claiming ad-
versley the above-desciibed lauds are
requested to tile their claims in this
pfllee on or before said 3rd day of Sep
tember, 1907. i
25-10 J. N. Watson, Jegister.
Bswtth Ihe Hmd You Hnn Always Bought
purpose of tuiviior ii...
tll'st ment imiit.l .....i ..ii
II...I.. ..i .l.t .i.i . -- "-"". .. Oil
r h'"' wne and interest which
they had in said first mentioned
premises and ulso in the nocoiij de
scr bed lands and promises-, on tho
25tl. day of September l!H)lfor ."y
UK the judgment of Amlrew McCaD
leu, above stated, at Public, aalo for
.as , to the highest bidder to
said judgment and costs and expenses
of side aloresuld, 1
Dated this 5th day of July, 1007
Shenll uf Luke County Oregon!