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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1910)
Wc want jon to take a look at
Our New Dress Goods
As every mother sajao( her baby,
"Ours is the Best"
Wc have sold more Prcs Patterns this
month than we exacted to sell during the entire
season. The ladies are pood enough to say our
Dress Goods are 'way ahead of the icst that can
be found elsewhere in'Lakcview. Wc handle a line
of Dress Goods that arc sold by no other house
We control them, that's why. If you want the
newest fabrics, and the best, you must buy our line.
NOW, the same thing applies to our Furnish,
ings, our Clothing, our Shoes, our Groceries. That
is the reason why we arc the Leaders.
Buying for Cash gives us all these advan
tages and control of Quality Merchandise. Pay
ing Cash will place into your possession the Quality
Goods at a lower price than can possibly be offered
at a credit-giving store. Nuf sed.
ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE COLUMN
Tblirotuna I andurtd hf tha Anil ftaionoa
l(ti ol Lak Covntr, aad tba tvtom no
.uplod la lt fo'al n'tulit adTrrtl.Ut rati
aJrr enairaxt m h H-. U.J. W.nu.ll.
(I) Votara bn ara opp1 to
parlug taioa oa oouat of enmaa
eooaoiitt! la wat toaoa sad eltlaa
will vot agiloat tba dacaptlva Oraat.r a:,tra,i t Arcaart rivarlag a "
tloo Mtad darlag tba last fifty
raara weald' tbarabr ba rapaalod,
and maa of onr aplaadld tuai aad
eitlaa oa aoeooot of tba colualxatloa
it tba ? lolooi alaaaaot would baooaa
raaapnoU ot vloa and Iniquity.
Vala X. Na
And tar lha atata from run ml In
cilia br tba t lolou clamant ooo
Orvgoo lloco Rul Aaaoolatloo
Xmt X. Ma
Amendment It la vhlakay bill.
(2) Volar who -:ir to taka th
llquo' qneatloo out ol politic a I II
rote for lb prohibition Amendment
lltaltaaal Aaaradaarat fr tba
rrwhifclllaai af (ha Uqaer
Wby pot prohibition on oar Btata
CLtiiltuMonT It will taka it out of
politic. Tba llal'ure will Dot
to tb State Coo.tltution. Tbl will tainpieu to tamper witn it. me
top the manufacture a well a th!'110' lbe P"l'u !
al of lototloati m liquor. auprema.
t at" x in I Tba beraga liquor tratllo ba
(3) Voter who ant tat wid no dlt lua rlcbt, no human rljbt, and
law paaead br th people to eofoire 1 tbrefor abonld b prohibited by
tba Constitutional Amendment and
to reduce tba nvlla .f th rum poar
to nlolTiom will rote for t ii a leu
portaot meaiara. It mar ear your J
tba Ktafe Coottltutloa. Tbe paaalog
of tbl ammeodmant bat ill tb
prluclpl that tba roaonfaolur and
al of lotoiloatlcg liquor for bever
age purpoae i arong, and prohibit
THE QUALITY STORE
J. d. A U TIL IN
I Hardware and Implements j
We wish to call your attention to our r
live line of I
We have in stock at present
Fifteen Different Patterns
Toledo and Chicago Ranges i
Call around and look over them before it is
too laie VVe have also four different
patterns of the famous
Vat X rm i'.
Keare of f a ii iajeo Ire state 1 Tbe ameodmaat I brief and doa
meota from speaker ail paper, for n t oumber th Uonatltutlon.
adrrtiamat In iiiiae aant uut For more eiteo Jed argument, aee
by a'ooo power uuiar tbe name of pae 1 16 ot atate panpblat. 1910.
tbe Ureater Oregon tlooi Rale Ae-j vii lit X Vr
uclatiro. Moat of tb preaa Items j Many of tbe atatmeuts made and
are paid adfrtimnt and not to agara pre,otei to tbl meaaur
b rehe I uoou , Br fli Bn(j ,otlreJ, wtbuut found.
Twenty five tboaaand men who vot t00 n truth
e1 on otbar.ubjeot. in UKW failed toi Htata prohibition Is but rocal
tote for or agaln.t tba Reddy Bill. )0pUon surged. T a .tate I a unit
a whiskey bill exactly tb earn, a tbe 'Bd th. .Ill of tbe people uprm.
Oregoo Hm R.jle Aaaoolatioo Wo p.rt 0f tba atata aboald remaio
onoleaa if a majority of tbe people
? ote for a lao atata. No city abould
. V Year avluae
nla Make Oreea a Vlrmm Hist
! Be Owe f the J.Oe
Jtxlrart r mama AcaJaM the
( irtrr Orriraa Haa.Kale Am.
latlaa rraea Aaaeatfaarat
For fall argument Page 7 of tbe
6UU Pamphlet, llO.
PrMtlnally the je bill, tbe
Reddy bill, was dete tted at tba
last State election by a majority of
12,994 votes. Its purpose I
Firtt, to eiolade tbe State from
all oontrol of tbe llqaor traffla
legalize orlme if a majority of tb
people of tba state ute for bo tter
Hew Mat Vet4 a Ua.ar (aratla
In 190 tbe majority for Local
option was 3.110
In 1906 tbe majority agalott tba
Llqaor dealers Association was 9,MH
In 1908 tba majority agaioa
Reddy bill (looal gOTernment bill)
OUR MOTTO IS LIVE AND LET LIVE
We Aim To Satisfy
WILLOW RANCH OECHARD TRACTS
Apples Apples Apples
Second, to entrenob tbe saloon ao ' tns Oregon people are weary of tbe
tbat tbe people coull not prohibit taal rule Oregou totere lofe their
It, either by Mate wide prohibition nme moie than the saloon. The
or coaoty cptlon. saloon degrade and bligbta all it
Third to run town and cities of touch.
Oregon wida-oren, in defiance of tbe
prevailing entimnt of the people
for better condition throughout
Foart h, it is uo American. Cities
most not b permitted to make crim
inal laws nut in harmony wltb tba
will of tbe people. Citie and count'
lea are not separate. They lite or
fall together. A crime of tbe city
affects tbe country, a a decayed
apple in tbe bo will spoil all it
touches. Nothing coall te worse
tban to cultivate crime witbin the
cltrei; to make legal tbe wrecking of
tbe farmers sons and daughters; to
tax tbe farmer for coortexpeoses,
and to take from him tbe right of
suffrage. Tbe colonization of
oiiminala In cities is the most danger
ous element of modern civilization.
This amendment will encourage such
Vote 329 X No, 312 X Yes, 311 X
Ves, and you wi 1 vote right.
Kilrart af ria-at far the flat
Fall argament found on page 125 ot
State Pamphlet. Wby vote for state
law. If oot all liquor legialatoo
would be In th hand of tbe legisla
ture. Tbe liquor power cauoot
bribe tbe people in Oragou. The
people are the la oier. Every
la should b) franA'1 br lt friends.
This law bus tbe uoited suppoit ot
all the temperance forces oi Uregoo.
It does not affect individual rights
and prlvil ges. Its aim is to protect
the state from crime It Is framed In
the interest of manhood and woman
hood. It protects labor. It provi
sions are reasonable and sane. It
cbq be enforced.
There will be less blind pigs under
10 ACRE TRACTS
Planted, Irrigated, Sprayed and Cared for
Price $150 per Acre
One-third down, balance $20 per month
No Taxes, No Interest
Tri-State Land Company
Write for Booklet and Information
WE CAN WHO CAN?
UTLEY & SIMMONS
Can Mount all kinds ot Animals' Heads, Birds, Etc.
Let us make you a beautiful Cyote, Cat
Bear Kug. We also tan all
kinds of skins.
UTLEY & SIMMONS, Taxidermists
VALLEY FALLS ... OREGON
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE EXAMINER, I
colonization. The Home Hole Amend- this new state wide la. tban on-ler
ment is a financial fallacy. It makes 0Ur PrMeot license system, lilindlpiga
the taxpayer meet tne expenses of thr''e 011081 wbere lMr 8elllD,, U
tbe vicious and crlmloal of tbe city leKa"ze(1- They are d covered, bow
sinma .kn ..ij . I r, more readily under local option,
slums, who seldom pay any taxes ex . ' . ... . ,,
cept as bash money. Ibis eplendH state Uw will practl-
If this Home Hule A mend ment , !B "i?
eboald pass, all temperance legisla-
Coiielnilfd on 4 r It tiiu.
(Concluilfed from paice I)
SKMI-ANNUAL 1JEPJKT OF TIIK COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNT V
State of Oregon. tthowlaK the expenses of Luke Countv for the alx months
ending Heptember 30. 1910, aUo the amount of outetandintc and unpuld
tounfy warrants on the lt day of October, 1910, which statement reads) as
follows, to wit:
Amount paid for HalarleH and clerical aHmHtamre for
eourity ofllcerH 4.S17.05
Amount paid for office- HiipplieH, stumps, expreahrte etc. l,0C2.(.rj
" " ' teacherw examination 40 W
" " traveling txpUH'H of county whool
HUperititemleut SI. 00
Amount paid for wood, anitor, light, water, huh-
plies, etc 1 .024.1)0
Amount pxid fr capture, trartiportatlon ui.'l board
of prlrtiou.Tpi 1,3411.78
Amount paid lor roads and orUJ)iH 4,304.37
expenneof JuHtlce Court
expense of Circuit Court 1.25.10
expeiiH of Coroner' Court.
priiiiinfr and puiiiinning
Amount refunded to Kherlh for overpayment to
Amount paid for bounll. t on wild animals
Total expenditures 16,1!H.G8
Amount of county warrants outntandln and unpaid., f 1,040.90
State of Oregon,) uo
County of like. J K8-
1, F. W. I'ayne, County Clerk of the County of Lake, State
of Oregon, do hereby certify that the foregoing in a correct Htaterneut of the
expenditures made through my ofllce, for Lake County, Oregon, for the six
months ending be p tern be r SO, 1910, and the amount of county warrant out
Htandlng and unpaid on the 1st day of October, 1910, asahown by the records
of my office.
In testimony whereof, I huve hereunto net tny hand
(--") i d attlxed the seal of the County Court this 12th dy
i Lri. 1 of OctoU-r, 1910.
(-) F. W. PAYNE, County Clerk.
r-howing ho financial condition of Lake County, Oregon, on the firBt day
of October, 1910.
Money in hand of County Treasurer, belonging to all funds,
an per eUte ment of F. O. Ahlatrom, County Treasurer,
hereto attached $13,080.36
Uncollected taxes on tax roll for 1910, aa per abatement of
Albert Dent, Sheriff of Lake County, hereto attached . 0,100.50
Total resource $52,180.80
County warrants outstanding and unpaid 1,040.05
F. W. PAYNE, County Clerk.
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WE ARE AFTER'
Hare showing the
the very latest
ideas in Millinery.
Ladies' Coats, Suits,
iWe are anxious to
serve you. of je n
Mark Twain's Estate
Over Half a Million
SO THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICAL SAYS
His fun was always liked on account of its dry
ness and depth. It is different with the Del Monte
Canned Fruit and Preserves. They arc not dry and
deep, but they are excelled by none. Now in stock ut
Ihe Economy Store
Thornton's Drug Store
Dally Service Except on Sundays
Train No. 2 leaves Alturas at - - . 4:f0 A. M.
Arrives atKeno, Nevada, at ... 0:10 P. M.
Train No. 1 leaves Reno, Nevad, at - 9:00 A. M.
Arrives at Alturas at 10:10 P.M.
S. P. Co's Trains leave Reno as fo'lows:
No. 23 leaves Rmo for San Francisco at - 7:30 p in.
No. 3 leaves Reno lor San Francisco at - 3:45 a. m.
No. 4 1c a ves Reno for the Fast at - . 9:25 p. m.
No. 2 leaves Reno for the Fast at - - . 9:50 p. in.
Lakeview Meat Market
HAYES A GROB, Propr-q
Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal. Etc., Etc.
Try our Sausages and Cured Meats
LAKEVIEW SKATING RINK
LEW 18 & YOUNG .
Open Every Evening
and Sunday Afternoons
Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons for Ladles
Per Hour, 25c; Two Hours, 40c; Entire livening, 50c