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Lake County Examiner
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Lakeview, Oregon, Thursday, January 21.
Judge Touvilie of Jackson County
has announced that married men in that
county, who have rot been supporting
their families, will be aet to work on
the racifie highway and their wages
paid to their wives. Plenty of work
also awaits Weary Williea, wno wander
through Jackson County, and it will be
compulsory with vagrant. Now we
venture that the Idle Army will never
get as far soutn as Jackaoa.
Using her own language, Miss Cath
erine Prehm, editor and owner or the
Merrill Record, is the most happv
woman in tbe world over the fact that
ehe is now tbe possessor of a new In
tertype machine which was installed
in the Kecord office iast week. The
latest appearance of the Merrill paper
ia a most creditable edition and speaks
well tor tbe editor and manager as
well as tbe community it represents,
Such wfiole-nnnlorl generosity as the
Alturas Flaindealer extended the Ex
aminer in sending ue enuogh news
"paper tor this issue snail never ba for
gotten. "A friend in need is surely
a friend indeed." Because the Plain
dealer bad only a limited stock of
paper, tbey did rot say do, but said
"To be sure we will 'cut' it with you
A courtesy under these circumstances
goea a long way toward making this
old world look brlgbtei.
Authentic Notes Pertain
ing to Stock Conditions
Over Lake County.
Joe Howard of Drews Valley hBS
lust thirteen bead of horses in tbe past
three monies from Mountain Fever,
technically kndwn as Pernicious Aene
mia. Geo. M. J one"? of Pasley has lost nine
horses from horse, distemper.
Colt and horse distemper has appear
ed in Lake County in a very virulent
form this wii.ter and many horses are
Horse distemper on the south road
from Lakeview is making a call at
nearly every ranch
A new disease, and a dreaded one
srr.org eastern dairymen, has been
reported by gome West Side ranchmen,
and that is contagious abortion in rat
tle. It the report cornea from a relia
ble source in regards to the identifica
tion of the disease, stockmen and
dairymen better get busy and right it
for there is no disease so dissstrout
among the classes of infectious din
esses as is contagious abortion in beef
ct dairy localities.
Do rot put the horse that has been
sick with distembper to work for two
.veeks after it has fully recovered
and then blanket the animal when
stat.ding as fever has made it very
weaK, and it can very easily take pneu
monia. John Node tf the WeHt Side lost a
vglca: !e f-tnr'k horse lately, ar.d also a
valuali e l. rood irisre weighing 1100
Kepi.-rts from the desert are net
.jult-3 so favorable with regard to the
er.etpri.eii as was jj.'eviouBlv reported.
Feed i.- tl.orr ar.d .scarce, and the deE
ert h overstit'Kfd.
Have those horEes' teetn dresied and
get their mouths in shape so they can
masticate their food. Next spring
when hBrd work Levins you will have
your team in good shape.
W hen a horse gets run down, worms
attack him and t oon he can hardly do a J
oay 9 WorK. A goon economical worm
powder for all kinds of atock ia as fol
lows: Sitt five pounds wood aBhes
add five pounds of charcoal: three
tablespoonfula of salt: two cz. blue
stone (copper sulphate) ; one third lb.
sulphur mix, put in a box in a dry
place where atook ha access to same.
This "Kngie" idea of aadina common
bluing o drinking water of domeftic
stock is erroneous. Bluing baa not a
panicle of medicinal value. "Methlyn
Blue" is the proper drug that his a
value as tn antiseptic to the blood and
will come nearer as a preventive of
diseases than common bluing. Add to
a trough of water enough methlyn
blue, while stirring, to make it a light
blue and add a few gralni daily.
Cril blankets, bath rnbea, sweat
er and g!ove at tho Mercantile Co.
Silver Lake Items
(Stiver Lake Leader)
The new coancilmen. J. S. Msrtin,
J. H. Debacey and M. J. Ewmg. were
sworn into office at the regular meeting
last week. The report of the city
officials showed the total receipts of
the town from all sources last year as
$846.28. disbursements amounting to
1346. bl, leaving a balance of $499.67 on
Mr. Chet. and VV'yn. Withers were in
town Tuesday on their way home to
Summer Lake, after a two weeks visit
in Portland and Villey points.
Mr. J. H. PeLacey. this week re
ceived by parcel post, a shipment of 12
filty pound sacks of salt from Bend.
The shipment was made as an experi
ment. After paying the wholesale
bouse with its discounts, and the 54
cents per fifty pounds, he was able to
sell the salt at a profit to himself of
two cents per hundred or 1- cents on
the shipment. We failed to get a
photograph of our postmistress Deliv
ering the goods.
Nearly twenty names have been add
ed to tbe petition to tha County Court
asking that tbe "North and South"
road be brought through Silver Lake
valley. By looking over the list of
names and the assessment rolls tor
1913 it will be seen that nearly a mi -lion
dollars is assessed sgainst these
petitioners, and that they will pay a
large sum into the county road fund
Two Sioux City boys ou arriving at
ha age of twenty-one were given a
naif sectiou Minnesota farm as a re
ward for not having drunk, ainoked or
chewed for the preceding ten years.
If these boys keep on tn this way of
temperate llvlug tbey will be ahead
the equivalent of another farm by tbe
time tbey are fifty years old.
Continued from proceeding page.
T. B. WakeGed for salary and
mileage for attending Coun
W. F. Paine tor services in
Ethel Bailey for grand jury wit
ness, October term, 1913
court adjourned for the
be it remembered that a regular
term of the County Court of Lake
County, Oregon, was begun and held
at tbe Court bouse in Lakeview, Ore
gon, on Wednesday the 7tb day ot Jan
uary, 1914, with the following officers
present, to-wit :
Hon. B. Daly, Judge, F. E. Ander
son, County Commissioner, T. B.
Wakefield. County Commissioner and
F. W. Payne. Couty Clerk:
The time of the court, on this date,
was consumed in checking the books of
the Sheriff's office :
Coast adjourned to meet at nine
o'clock A. M. January 8th. 1914:
In the County Court of the State of
Uregon for Lake County, Thursday,
January 8th, 1914 :
Court convened pursuant to adjourn
ment of January 7th. 114, the same
officers being present, when claims
againat Lake County, Oregon were
examined and approved and the County
Clerk is hereby di-ected to issue war
rants, payable out of the respective
funds of Lake County, Oregon, as by
law provided, in payment ot claims to
the parties and out of the County
Funds, as hereinafter named, to-wii:
To be paid out of the General Fund :
L. T. (ioduiI for salary as Jani
tor, Nov. and Dec. 19)3 120 00
T, B. Vernon for clerical assis
tance in Assessor's office 120 00
Kathleen O'Neil fame 90 00
F. W. Payne for utamps. tele
grams, expresBage and cleri
cal assistance, etc. .-- ,-- 260 45
W. F. Paine for services in
Trees, office - ... - 60 00
Ida S. Fletcher same -- 9 96
Hank of Lakeview ior cash ad
vanced for labor and court
bouse; 96 90
B. Daly for material for court
house 52 55
Hotel Lakeview for toard of
prisoners - 74 .10
T. K. Bernard for supplies 39 1
Lakeview Land and Lumber Co.
for lumber 23 66
S. A. Lester for cash advanced
for Institute fund . 88 70
E. H. Smith for professional
services and witness fee 24 50
Lakeview Tanefer Co. for cash
advanced tor freight and for
drsvage 20 00
M. J. amirrs for carpenter I
work 78 P0
W. B. Snider for traveling cx-
pt nse ... PB 0t)
W. H. idcr for clerical assist
ance, stamps, etc.
Chas. E. Oliver for traveling
eipensca . .
J. K. Auten for supplies
W. R. H cry ford for circuit
court witness . . .
Consolidated Mage Co. for "
draysge 3 40
A. J. Foster tor stamps 1 00
J. D. C. Thomas for registration
F. A. Remington same 6
G. M. Aldndgs same 3
U. U. Aldridge for justice fees
Geo. Wendt for board and care
of prisoners 3 00
H. S. Crocker Co. for Filing
Cabinet, etc 15 70
Chas Umbach for justice fees.
State vs. Strndder 3 30
Ceo. Whorton for witness same. 1 60
Or. Everett same 1 50
A. L. Thornton ssme 1 50
Chas. Umbach for justice fee, J
State vs. Jetmore 6 35 j
A. H. Willis for witness fee and j
mileage same 19 50,
Vert Carrol ssme. 19 50
M. Huntington same 6 00 j
J. K. Hickman same 19 50!
Jim Harper same " 13 50
To be paid out of the General Koad ,
Fund : ,
E. K. Brewer for cash sdvanced
for rosd work by J. N. White 26 25
E. B. Brewer for road work . 10 00
Creed Pendleton same 365 00
Carl W. Pendleton same 10 00
Sim Arthur ssme 43 50
Pat Angland same 67 50
Raymond Balard for hauling
road tools 10 00
W. O. Grisel for rosd work.... 9 00
Stanley R. Hanson same 197 00
A. P. Kooier for bridge timber 17 00
To be paid out of tbe road and be
longing to Road Dist. No. 3.
W. K. McCormsck 'for hauling
briage timbers 6 00
To be paid out of road fund belong
ing to Dist. No. 9.
C. L. becraft for road work 1j 00
To be paid out ot road fund belong
ing to Koad Dist. No. 11.
Flint Vernon for road work 31 16
To be paid out of the fund belonging
to Koad Diet. No. 12.
N. K. Wilcox for road work 1 75
To be paid out of the fund Delonging
to Rosd Dist. No. 14.
H. C. Carmack for road work.. 19 U0
S. M. Findley same 9 00
M. Mikels same... ... 5 00
Geo. Mikels same 0 00
Whereupon oourt adjourned to meet
January 9th, 1914, at nine o'clock A.
'In the County Court ot the State oX
Oregon, tor Lake County. Friday
January 9th, 1914.
Court convened pursuant to ad
jounrment of January 8th, 1914, with
tbe same officers present when tbe fol
lowing proceedings were had, to-wit:
In the matter of drawing a jury list
for tbe year 1914 :
The court having examined tbe
names which appear oo the Assessment
roll for the year 1913, as to the qualifi
cations of such persons for jury duty : i
It is hereby ordered that tbe jury
list drawn by tbe Court in the form and
manner required by law, on this date,
is bereoy filed as the jury list for Lake
County, Oregon, for the year 1914:
In the matter of the appointment of
judges and clerks of election:
This matter ccming on for healing
at this time and atter crue considera
tion thereof. It is hereby ordered
that tne following named, legal voters
ot Lake County, Oregon, be and they
are hereby appointed judges and clerks
of Election of tbeur respective voting
precincts, for the term of two years
trom this date, to-wit:
Silver Lake Precinct No. I. W. C.
Buitk, chairman, Mrs. Georgia
Thorn and E. r). Brewer, Judges.
Clerks; Mrs. Luura B. West P. I).
Keeder, and A N. McCall.
Summer Laae Precinct No. 2. Judges ;
('. C. Harris, cbairmaun, Florence
KliDpel and J. N. Nelison. Clerks; (.
M. Johnston, F. M. Foster and Mrs.
Edith M. Detwilder.
Paisley Precinct No. 3. - Judges: 11.
A. Brattain, Chairman, Mm. S. S.
Thayer ana Geo. S. Park. Clerks;
Mrs. Mary Campbell, P. J. Brattain
and W. W. Hampton.
Crooked Creek Precinct No. 4.
Judges: S P. Dicks, cnairman, K. M.
Cehandler and Mrs. Eva Loveless.
Clerks: J. C. Shellhammer, Mrs. Iva
Sbellhammer and J. S. Branch.
North Warner Precinct No. 5.
Judges; W. K. Barry, chairman,
Mrs. Christina M. Sullivan and If.
B. Grisel. Clerks: E. A. Pridsy, W.
K. Hchuster and Mrs. Laura Barry.
South Warner Precinct No. 6. Judges ;
F. U. Houston, chairman, Mrs. Ida
Wakefield and M. H. Caldwel,
Clerk; Mrs. Beatrice Calderwood, J.
A. Morris, and L. D. f rakes.
North Laaeview Precinct No.7.
Judges: First board: K. A. Paxton,
chairman, C. D. Arthur and Mrs.
Ella Leonard. Clerks; P. S. Cum
mins, Mrs. L. F. Conn and Robi.
Baldwin. Second board ; Judges ; E.
E. Woodwcock, chairman, J. F. Bur
gess and W. P. Dykemaa. Second
Girls' tan, high-cut "Buster Brown" Shoes, splendid
for winter wear, sizes S' y to 111 2 $3.00
Girls' patent leather, button, "Buster Brown" Shoes
medium last, a nent and dressy style, sizes 1) to 1 U,
Girls' patent-leather,' Strap Sandals and Colonial
Pumps, "Buster Brown" brand, sizes ! to 1L a pair
$2.25; sizes 12 to 2, a pair $2.50
board: Clerks; Mrs. Anna M.
Neilon, O. D. Morgan and Bessie
South Lakeview Precinct No. 8.
First Buard: Judges; T. b. Vernon,
chairman, Leo HsbcI and Delia Snel
ling. First Bosrd: Clerks ; Cornelia
A. Wstaon C. H. Langslet and K. M.
Duke. Seiond Board: Judges; Mrs.
Addie Rinehart, cnairman, W. K.
Bernard and F. O. Bunting. Second
Board: Clerks; Mabel Snellng.
Mrs. Kosa Vanderpool and Wm. F.
Urews lley Precinct No. 9. Judges:
Dan Chandler, chairman, A. M.
Smith and Mrs. H. G. Weal. Clerks;
II. G. Weal, L. K. Tracey and Glynn
Goose Lake Precinct No. 10. Juuges:
L. A. Carriker, cnairman, Mrs. C.
v. Keynolds and G. F. Arthur.
Clerks: Geo. A. Nelson, J. C. Oliver
and Mrs. Grace Oliver.
Cogswell Creek Precinct No. 11.
Judges J. P. Duke, chairman, Mrs.
Fannie Norm and Carl F. Lue.
Clerks: Mr. Ethel Thomas, S. P.
Vernon and Mrs. Pearl A. Smalley.
Thomas Creek Precinct No. 12.
Judges: J. C. Hotchkiss, chairman,
Mary F. Baucrs and P. H. Mulkey.
Clerks: Mrs. F. J. Schmitz, J. M.
Hammersley and John Scott.
Lake Precinct No. 13. Judges: A. W.
Long, chairman, Mrs. L. 11. Hayes
and F. P. Petit. Clerks: Mrs. Kate
P. Hemington, A. J. Millet and 11.
Fort Hock Precinct No. 14. Judges:
J. B. Fox, chairman, TnoH. lleitt
and Mr. O. F. Cady. Clerks: Mrs.
Alice Carmack, J. D. '. T homas and
N. T. liauser.
Roljat Precinct No 15 Judges: C. .1.
Staud'er, chairman, Ida Harris and
James K. Smith, Clerks: Clara
Washburn, Alice Brookings and
James C. Curran.
New Pine Creek Precinct No. 16.
Judges: K. Keller, chairman U. H.
Aldridge and Mrs. A. Amick.
Clerks : Walter Butler, ('ora Berry
and 11. M. Fleming.
Thereupon court adjourned unt.il
nine o'clolck A. M. January 10th,
In tne county of the State ot Oregon,
tor Lake County, Saturday, January
Court convened pursuant to adjourn
ment ot January 9th, 1914, tbe same
officers being present, when the fol
lowing proceedings were had, to-wit:
In tbe matter of the approval of
the town plat of Paisley Park, filed by
Northwest Townslte Co. a coiooration:
This matter coming on for consider
ation at this time and it appearing to
the court, that tbe law in relation here
to baa been fully complied with. It is
hereby ordered that said plat be and
the same hereby is approved.
In the matter of petition for a license
granting A. M. Bogner and A. L.
Hightill authority to sell spirituous,
malt and vinous liquors in quantities
less than one gallon, in North Warner
precinct No. 5, Lake County, Oregon,
for a period ot six months.
Little hoys' gun nicttil or patent laitlu r luitton, foot
shnn'e "Hustcr llrown" Shots, sizes f to 8, n pair
Hoys patent leather, button, medium last, "Hustcr
Brown" Shoes, sizes 8-a to ll'y, a pair $2.50
Youths' gun metal, button, medium last, "Buster
Brown" Shoes, sizes 1 1 to L $2.75; sizes 2 to C
This matter coming on to he heard
at this time and it appearing to the
ratisfaction of the court that the
applicants, A. M. Bogner and A. L.
Highfill, are conducting a legitimate,
bona fide hotel, in the building owned
by W. '.. Moss, with accommodations
for tood and lodging for not leas than
fiity guests, in the town ot Plush, in
north Warner precinct No. 15., Lake
County, Oregon, snd that the said A
M. Bogner and A. L. Hightill have
fully comnllcd with the law relative
to applications for licenses for the
sale of intoxicating liquors and that
such license should be granted. It is
therefore hereby ordered that a license
te issued, as provided ry law, grant
ing A. M. Bogner and A. L. Hightill
authority to aell soiriluous, malt and
vinuous liquors in quntities ks thsn
one gallon, in their hotel, said saloon to
be operated in connection with said
hotel, in North Warner precinct No.
f, of Lane County, Oregon, for a per
iod of six montbe from the 9th day of
In the matter of the transfer of the
Institute Fund to tha general fund and
transfer from the general road fund to
the several road districts tbe following
amounts as hereinafter named.
It ia hereby ordered that the County
Treasurer be, and he is hereby direct
ed to transfer the sum ot $81.00 from
the Institute tund to the general fund,
which amount is the balance in said In
stitute fund, and from the general
road fund the several amounts to the
following Koad Districts as hereinafter
To Road Dist, No. I, XH0.00
Koad Dist. No. f,
Road Dist, No. C, . lOO.Oi)
Road Dist. No. 10, . 7WJ.00
Thereupon Court adjourned until
8:30 o'clock A. M. January L!th. 1914:
In the County Court of the Statu of
Oregon, for Lako County. Monday,
Jaiuary 12th, 1914:
Court convened pursuant to adjourn
ment of January 10th, 1914, the same
officers being present, when the follow
ing proceedings were had, to-wit:
Claims against Lake County, Ore
gun, were examined and allowed and
the County Clerk is hereby directed to
issue, in accordance with the law,
warrants on the County Treasurer pay
able out of the respective funds of the
County as herei.-.after named, and to
parties and for amounts at follows,
To be paid out of the General Fund :
F. K. Anderson tor attendance
County Court 58 00
T. B. Wakefield same . 40 00
T. E. Watson for painting. IS GO
Geo. Wernmark tor painting
and material furnished 16 00
W. M. Paxton for work done to
repair material damages. 45 0C
Examiner Pub. Co. for supplies
and printing and publishing.. 7(ilt 15
Cal. & Ore. Light, Heat &
Power Co. for lights. .'. ... C2 f50
G. H. Hamersley for grand jury
witness, Oct. 1913 ... 2 10
K. O. Buick for witness Justice
Court 1 ISO
W. B. Owolev same . ... i r0
Chester Woodward nume 1 50
F.vcrett Kmery ssme 1 f
Floyd Huagland same 1 50
J. S. Martin for JuHtice fees ! 00
K. C. Ahlslrom, I'AHtmaster. for
i stamped envelopes INI XX
The Irwin Hoiihoii Co. lor sup
To be paid out of Road Fund ot
Koad Uist. No. 11 :
Jess Vernnn for road work 5 0
In tne matter of changing tha
boundary lines of Koad Dist. No. ti. ot
Lake County, Oregon:
It is hereby ordered thst the bound
ary lines of Road District No. G, of
Lsk County Oregon, ue and the ssme
are hereby changed to conform to tha
following description, to-wit:
Beginning at the southeast corner of
Lake County, Oregon, running thence
west on the south boundary line of the
Stste of Oregon to the southeast cor
ner of 'township 41, South, Range 21,
Esst W. M., thence running north on
the Range line between Ranges 21 and
22 E. W. M., to the southwest corner
ot Section 7, Township 39 South,
Range '1 East, thence running Kant on
the Section line to the southeast cor
ner of Section 12, Township 39 South,
Range 22 E. W. M., thenre north on
the Range line between Ranges 22 and
23 to the souiheeat rofner of Section
1, Township 3H Soutn, Range 22 K. W.
M., thence east to the southeast corner
of Section 1, Township 38 South, Range
28 E. W. M., thence south on the east
ern boundary line of Lake County,
Oregon, to the place of beginning.
It is further ordered that the bound
ary lines of all other Koad Districts of
Lake County, '.iregon. not effected by
the charging of the boundary lines of
the siucK nad District No. l, ut Lake
County, Oregon, be and the ssme shall
re nut i ii us heretofore established by
law, and Mich Road Districts as may
tin effected by the change of the said
boundary lines of Road District No. Ii.
shall conform to the boundary lint s as
established hy this order for aid Road
District No. ti, of Lake County, Ore
gon. In the matter of selecting a News
paper to print the County Court pro
ceedings lor the year 1914:
The Lake County Examiner being
the only newspaper filing a list of bona
tide subscribers us required by law, it
is hereby ordered that the Lake County
Examiner be, and is hereby appointed
as the Newspaper to print the pro
ceedings of the County Court for -the
All matters pending before the court
at this time are hereby continued.
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