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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1911)
GRECTED IN 1900
L1QHT & HARROW, Proprietors
F. P. LIGHT
WALLACE & SON
iWm. Wallaoo, Coroner tor Lako County)
FROMPT ATTENTION ANl
Parlors, next door
Lakeview Meat Market
HAYES & GROB, Propr'S
Choice Beef, Mutton, PorK, Veal, Etc, Etc.
Try our Sausages and Cured Meats
$ 1 ,000 REWARD
"he Oreacm Ca I
tforniaaaJ Nee ad I
,Tf'.Vliv Lint Moik Proiec
.'''.' '.-jr iou Aimiclation, o
is I'i -A yV. arliKh the onder
j-. i; ,-'5 V t siguedtaa member
V ' will gire !'.((
O. x renai.l fojeyleii
' leading to the
'iof any pany or par-1..
'of any party or par
ties stealing horaea,
cattle or malea be
longing to any of its
In addition to the aboTe, the nnderstaned
offers on the same condition lit 0.00 (or all hora
ea branded fioref-sboe bar on both or either
em Brand reeorded in eight countlea. Rauirt
amcy, LaMe and Crook conntiea. Horse
vented when aold.
None bat grown horses sold, and only In targ
ahrbes W W. Blows. Fife Oregon
J. D. Mariner
WORLD'S BEST MAKLS
OF PI A SOS
Mehliu & Sons, Knabe, Steck,
Fischer, Lauter, Vuse, Cable Jt
I'la'yer I'ianos, St fin way.
Melilin, Weber, Lauter and
We save you $700 00 on your
piano purchase by giving you
All the latest Talking Ma
chines, Rami ami String In
struments. Popular Sheet
123 N. Virginia Street
PUOSE 47 BOX 422
"with strength and
thety always please"
LEVI STBAU3S CD. CO.
The quicker a cold Is gotten rid of
the Icbs the danger from pneumonia
and other nerloun dUeuweH. Mr. I!.
W. L. JIuIl, of Wuverl.r, Va., bh.vh:
"I firmly bt-lleve Chamberlain's Cough
lteiuedy to be abwolulely the lx?nt pre
paration on the market for colds. I
have recommended It to my frlendH
aod they nil agree with me." For
gale by all ilealern.
AN ALARM AT NKJIIT
That itrikws terror to the entire houm.-hold la
the loud, lioarst) and 'metallic cough of croup
No miatakiug II, and forluuam ttit-n tho lucgy
arni h ho reep Fol'-y's Honey and Tar Com
sound on hand. H W C'asseluiao, Canton, N.
Y.. aaya: "Jt Is worth Its wbiglit In gold. Our
Ilttl ehlldren are tronblpd with irnnn and
lioai", and all we give them it Kuf'h
Honey and Tar Compound. J always have a
bottle of it In the bouse." For sale by A L
to Telephone Office
County Court Proceedings
Continued fro.n last week
Joe Burns, Justlo Court wit-
! lip .Trl; Bitmw
.. 11 00
. 2t ONI
. : KO
. 27 it)
. IS 10
Emerson, grand juror.
Phna eluim. bhhia . .
i Martin Lauretzen, same...
o. Dtirun, mime.
W. U Spencer, same IS 10
II. F. Cloud, same 18 10
X. Artner, same IS 10
J. Sproiise, witness before Dist.
Attorney 1 00
J. V. ISuseey, same 1 00
V. II. Super, wltneMS at Inquest
of 8. Martinis 1 50
m. Wallace, canvasBtng elec
tion returns 3 00
G. H. AldrldK. caDvasHinn
election returns and mileage . 6 On
Lakeview Hera'd, printing 39 30
A.J. Foster, office supplies 2 .V
Lodge No. Gd. I. O. O. F barlal
lot S. Martinis 10 00
Geo. Wesleder, grate for stove 1 60
K. A. Faxton, bailiff for grand
Jury 21 00
J. Q. Willits, office supplies 9 50
T. K. Bernard, supplies for court
house H 82
Cul. & Ore. L. 11. & It. Uo.,ilajht 71 00
Geo. B. Graves, mason work in
sheriff's office 6 00
J. li Glllam, dull rent for elec
tion Nov. 7, 1911 2 .V)
Win. Duncan, judge of election.. 3 00
P. U. Feeder, same 3 00
1 Chae. 8 Keed. same 3 00
j Jas. S. Wakefield, clerk of elec
tion and delivery of returns.. 23 00
' Adin McH'all, clerk of election.. 3 (X)
I Win. J. Archer, same 3 00
j S. O. 1'ease, Jude of election. . . 3 00
M. Suit, same 3 CO
F. v. Kllppel, judge of election
and deliuery of returns 18 00
F W. Foster, clerk of election . . 3 00
F. M. Harris, same 3 00
O. M.Johnson, same X 00
J. L. Hampton, judge of elec
tion 3 00
Geo 8 I'ark, same 3 00
A. U. (.'larkson, judge of election
and delivery of returns 12 00
C. II. Holbrook, clerk of t lectlou 3 00
J J. Moore, same 3 00
W. W. Hampton, same 3 00
A. W. Long, judge of election
also lumber for booths 4 29
K. C. Allen, judge of election and
delivery of returns 20 00
F. I'. I'etit, judge of election. . .. 3 00
T 11. AodersoO, clerk of election 3 00
Louis J. 8p ck, same 3 00
.1. A. I'ond, samfl 3 00
tfftv Votih liuinu a-if ailufttf on i fill
I J. T. King', same . 3 00
, J. 11. Kox, rame 3 00
I-rank Gerger, clera: jf elechon... 3 00
F. 11. Graham, clerk of election
and delivery of return 27 00
O. F. Ca ly, clerk of election.... 3 00
The following claims against Lake
County, Oregon, were examined, allowj
ed and warrants ordered drawn, as tv
law provided to be paid out of the
Koad Fund, and charged to the various
road districts of Lake County. Oregon,
as follows to wit:
Bank of Jtkevlew, cash ad
vanced for road work Dist 2 . 84 fiO
Z G. Harris, road work Dlwt.
No. 2 68 70
Van Kenlen & Hurk liros , sup
piles for road Jl-it. No. 5 H 15
Bauk of Lakeview, cash ad
vanced for road work Hist.
No. 9 32 60
Geo. Down, road work Klst.
No. 11 75 45
In the matter of the appointment of
a Justice of the Peace for Fort Rock
Precinct No. 1 of Lake County. Ore
gon. The resignation of Curl E. Tib-
bett as Justice of the
Peae of said
prcinct having been heretofore ten
dered and is hereby accepted, and a pe
tition having been filed with this Court,
signed by 31 resident citizens of Fort
Inability of Tax Officials
to Notify Thorn Very
Should tho Examiner nubltnh all the
communications now heiim received
regarding- the delinquent tax list and
the Orcvon Valley La ml Corminnv it
would have no ooacc left for uublixhint?
the new. Kverv attermit to make an
exolanation onlv serves to draw still
more tire, as it were, and to rile up
tne correspondence. The Kxamim r
knows absolutely that the tax collec
tor made every possible effort to notify
the taxcaver of the amount one. and
i with this statement the Question will
be drooped. Anv one who knows any
! thinir at all about taxes knows that
i double assessments are not infrequent,
I and hence it is not surnritiina that
names of persons should annear on the
, delinquent list who had paid their
taxes. All such errors are easily rec
tified and corrections made
; As to the Oreiron Vallev LhiuI Com
I oanv it mav be stated that the coroor-
ation is still in existence and doini?
; husinesss as usual. As to what connec
j tion it mav have with the Midland
Trust Company of Kansas City the
j Examiner has no information. Neither
; does it know anvthing concerning the
statement that its officers are under
I the esDionaice of the U. S. I'ostal
Many similar ouestions are received
i almost daily, and the Examiner is not
j in a position to answer them satinfac-
torilv either to correspondents or anv
' one else.
POOH CLAY TILE.
Not long apo there appeared an arti
cle in this department warning pro
spective users of draiutlle against ce
ment tile Improperly made. A frleud
who Is eiipngtHl In the manufacture of
cement tile in a letter received a short
time ago admits the truth and fair
ness of the nrtlcle. but thinks It gives
the lmpressluu that no poor clay tile
are made. We are Kind to state that
this is fur from the truth. It the cluy
body from which the tile Is made con
tains nn excess of lime and magne
sium or other Ingredients aside from
the slllcou and aluminium compounds,
which should largely compose It, they
are tiulte likely to lack uniformity of
texture, will be too brittle and are
apt to go to pieces when exposed to
ordinary soil or olr conditions. And It
goes without saying that a collapsed
clay tile is Juki as worthy of condem
nation and strict avoidance as a shod
dy cement tile. As In the case of the
cement tile, much will depend upou
the Integrity and reputation of the
firm manufacturing. The only point
In favor of the clay tile Is that there
Is not the Incentive present to scrimp
expense In the cost of manufacture,
as la the case with the manufacturer
of cement tile in the use of poor sand
and In the reduction of the per cent of
cement below the proper amount. A
tile drain system is no better than the
poorest section In It; hence be who
has In view such a system of drainage
should exercise the greatest cantion
that the tile used should be above de
fect or reproach, and this holds true
equally of both the burned clay and
the cement product.
"Have you e.p!aliied the germ sys
tem to your children? Everything
should be on a practical basis these
No," replied the old fashioned cltl
ren. "It seems inconsistent to tell 'em i
not to'bellevo in fairies and then try
to get 'cm to believe hi microbes."
Knlckor-Tbey say that In 3.000
years Niagara will stop flowing. Mrs.
Knlrker That makes me hope the
plumber will get our leak fixed yet.
Harper's Uaz.ii r.
Kock Precinct Nol4. of Lake County.
Oregon, requesting that Mr. O. F.
Cadv be annointed to that office.
It is hereby ordered tnat Mr. O. F.
Cadv be. and he is hereby anDointed
as Justice of the Peace for Fort Kock.
Precinct No .14. of Lake County. Ore
gon. me : CZ L L T",'7
the claim or Hotel Chrmman tor
the sum of $6.00 is hereby disallowed
for the reason that it is not a legal
claim against said County.
Owing to the fact that the Donula-!
tion of the County is increasing so
ramuiv inai provision anouiu ne maoe ,
to take care of the indigent sick in
the County, it la. therefore, deemed
necessary to secure a suitable site
for a county hnsuital. where such in
digent sick mav be Dronerlv cared for
at a minimum cost to the taxnavers.
It is. therefore, hereby ordered that
the site heretofore selected and con
tracted for. from Mr. H. W. Drenkel.
consisting of nearly one and one-half
acres of ground situated within the
limits of the town of Lakeview. be
purchased for a site for a hospital 1
building so that the indigent sick of i
the county mav be Dronerlv taken care!
of. and that the price to be paid for J
said property should not exceed the
sum of seven hundred (700.00) dollars.
Thereupon court adjourned to meet
Tuesday. November 14, 1911. at 9
o'clock a. m.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Luke.
Tuesday. Nov. 14. 1911.
Court convened pursuant to adjourn
ment of Nov. 13. 1911. the same
officers being present, when the follow-
Goueluued on J'age rit-vsu
Evolution of ths ble of "an Iceboa on
The reril::er:il-r m Mil lie it 111
venled. but Ju-" ' "I'-" ",,,
the Idea of n New CiikIhihI railway
man who needed mime such thlnti lis
far back as IS.M.
In June of that year the llisl i f i
enilor car Is s.ihl to hat aile lis
trip from Ogdi'iishurg. N. V.. I" U"s
ton. The ear owed Us origin princi
pally t" the fart that the fanners near
OndcuMiuri;, who made 11 ureal deal
of biiitcs. were nimble I" ship It
rept III colli w eat her.
A railroad man named Wilder, at
that time In charge of I he llirom;lt
freight, thought It would be a food
Idea in rig up "ail Icebox on wheels."
and he told I his to the president of the
road, who gave orders dial the mas.
ter tnechatilo should plait several of
At this time farmers were rereli lug
only 12 cents it pound for their butler.
The leed ear was loaded with elg'il
tons of It. sent through mid allow isl
to stand In Itoslon till the prodin t was
sold. It brought 17 reals n pound
nfter paying all expenses and com
missions, and the plan was voted a
success. In u short lime tho road had
it regular service on. using a number
of cars, ami the Ides spread rapidly.
Wilder did not patent Ills Idea, but
allowed It to be used by whoever so
desired.-St. I.oiils Krpubllr.
They Ar Members of a Unique) Dining
Club In London.
One of the most unique dining clubs
In London Is that known as the Scltc
of Odd Volumes, which was founded
In ISTS and meets once n month from
OetolsT to June. It consists of twenty-one
volumes, or members, that be
ing the number of the volumes of the
Varlorlum jShakcs)caro published in
121. There are also twenty-one sup
plementary members, who suerecd to
full membership as vacancies occur.
The twenty-one rules of tho club In
clude the following:
Any Odd Volume losing his temwr
snd falling to rwcover It shall be fined
by the president the sum of 5 shilling.
Discussions about anthropology, re
ligion and Militlcs shall bo put down
by the president.
Any Odd Volume giving to another
Odd Volume unasked advleo shall be
fined by the president.
No Odd Volume shall talk unasked
on any subject he understands.
No Odd Volume's sis-ech shall last
longer than three minutes. If. howev
er, the Inspired Odd Volume has any
more to say he may proceed until Ids
voire Is drowned In the general a
plause. Volumes have to address each other
as "Your Oddshlp." Argonaut.
Ths Major's Tip.
When Major Hanks was tho best
known figure n round the rare tracks
of Cincinnati and the middle west he
was extremely generous lit tipping off
his friends to "sure winners." ono
man who enjoyed his confidence and
played the horses according to the ma
jor's advice lost all Ids ready money
and finally succeeded In reducing him
self to the H)lnt where he hail to sell
out his grocery business.
One afternoou. following the placing
of his last ten dollar note as the major
advised, he caught Hanks by the arm
and said trugh ally:
"Major, you've made mu lose my last
cent. I'm a pauisT, and my wife and
family are practically starving. I am
now about to go down to the river and
drown mysHf. It's all over for me."
"All right." answered Hanks, "but in
the event you change your mind meet
mo here at 3 o'clock tomorrow after
nouu. I think lit have something good
for you." Kxchange.
! Kongo Tattooing.
I In the Kongo colonies of Belgium
I both men and women are tattooed ac
I cording to their status lu society. A
woman of high cusle will have a de
; sign not unlike a zouave Jacket wurk
! ed upou her bark, und It would seem
! that the native Is as content with this
1 mode of covering as if it were a sub
stitute for clothing. By Injecting tho
Juice of ceiiiila herbs Ihu scars left by
the tattooing process relulu u swollen
appearance, giving the effect of bas
relief work. The thorns of the ncaela
ore generally used as n needle, while
a certain black clay Is used as a color
Was there ever a better example of
he witty and concise form of cxpres-
1"n ,,"U1 unHU'' t ' ?rln
I who" nKk,'l "bout the character
j of a neighbor, sententlmiHly replied:
"Mister. I don't know very much
about him. but my impression la he'd
first class stranger." Lx-
Nell That Miss Cnplclgh Is an aw
fully cold sort of glii. Belle Mercy,
yes. Why, she's so frigid that wher
ever she goes on rainy days it snows.
"I never give ulms to a stranger."
sMd old Hhyster to a poor Irishwoman.
"Shure. then, your honor will never
relieve an angel." was the reply.
From a notice In n Cornlsli church:
"Tho preacher for next Knnday will be
found hanging In the church porch on
Baturduy." London Punch.
Cleanse the fnintnln If you would
purify the streams, Alcotr.
CUT P KICKS ON
Clear Lumber, Mill Work
WILLOW RANCH, CAL.
PROMPT SERVICE AND
The Proof of the Pudding:
Is in tho oat Inn: of It. Havo you tried our make
of Sugar-Cured Hams and Bacon, also
our Homo Mado Mlnco Moat?
THEY WILL STAND THE TEST
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
Operates 5tatee, carrying United Malta Malls, f I press anil Passengers ea the
ALTURAS TOJ.AKEVIEW; lJKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATI I FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AlTonOBIl.tlS OPt WATI l) IN CONNECTION WITH 1MI1 5TAURS
Klamath Falls Route
Davis Creek Route
Davl C eek
J. P. DUCKWORTH
)fflS Water St.
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
.1. I. IUCKWOItTII, MANAtnit
Transfer and Drayage Ice Delivered
ii.wuiAui: and noi ni:iioli ;is ntoki:i
I II AT KM MIIMMItll'UN IIKMANII
R. M. BOLLER - PROPRIETOR
flAVINd AN UP-IO.DATG OUTI ir I
AM AKLU TO HANDLE ALL WORK
PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY.
Piano & Safe Moving a Specialty
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT OOMPANY
A Complete Record
We hare made an entire transcript ol all Records In Lake
County which In any way, affect Heal Property In the county.
We have a complete Uncord of every MortsriKo and transfer
ever mode In Lake County, and ever Deed given.
Errors Found in Titles
In transcribing the records we have found numerous tnort
rurcs recorded In the Deed record and indeied; and many
deeds are recorded In the Mortgago record nnd other hooks.
Hundreds of mortgages and deeds are not Indexed at all, and
most dllllcult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Others annot find ihein. We have pnt hundreds of dollars
bunting tip these errors, and we cau fully guarantee our work.
J. D. VENATOR,
Telephone No. HI
aici: oik aivi-:ictihi-:ks"