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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1912)
A complete llneol
v agon mii1 buggy
ii rn ens, hips,
robes, bit, rlaten,
spurs, qutlt, roue
ettos, etc., etc.
Kvcpj thing In the
line of cari-UK
tnl lione fiirnlsli
77f BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
Let the (
d iat Good
iiis Heart's Content.
BIDS YOU TO HER
By lr WOOD HU l"CMINUN of Ni tor
Oil never -tm (ill h i-liilil up. Thcro U no hih-Ii word in hw
voojilmlnrv n "enough."
LET THE CHILD EAT CO00. WHOLESOME FOOOS TO
HIS HEARTS CONTENT. IT WILL NOT HURT HIM IF
YOU SEE THAT HE GETS REAL F0009 AND NOT SAWDUST.
Ho mt onlv want but lie neeils a lot of jam, pie, otike nml other
fooJi containing Migar. If bo pots tlio nccewury amount of miixnr in
bis diet lie will nt develop an abnormal appetite for
-alio and other .vf etuieata. All children wriggle
continually. This is a healthy sign of energy, but
if the child ia deprived of the PKOl'KIl AMOUNT
OF FOOD, AND ESPECIALLY SITC1AK, which
ia an important food, bo is apt to develop some po
cifio nervous disease.
A child ten years old requires two-thirds as much
food as an adult. At fivo bo requires ouo-hulf ns
much, at four bo requires about three-eighths anil
at tvro rears of ago onc-qunrter.
Then, too, thc KIXD OF FOOD SHOULD HE DIFFERENT
FROM THAT OF AN ADULT. It will surpriso many to know
that a child REQUIRES MORE MEAT in proportion to tho total
consumption of food than docs an adult. Give him all tho REAL
FRESH BUTTER he wants. It w highly nutritious, and his eysteui
needs it. THE BEST OF ALL ( Elil-ALS IS WHEAT.
A Remedy For
Tickets will be for sale from all Stations on the
O-W. R. 8l N.
Juhe 9, tO, II, 12, 13, 14, 1912
ONE and ONE-THIRD FARE for the Round Trip
A Program has been prepared which will surpass any former.
Arrange to spend a week in Portland, and a tveeA- at North
Beach on the Pacific. REDUCED FARES will be In effect from
Portland, and the O-W. R. &. N.'m Excursion Steamers will be
making daily runs.
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
By Judge JAMES B. PILL or New Jrrtey. th "God
father of Truai."
HE best way to correct tho evils in tho trusts is by
11 I f. II I Ui . I t I ' ' I1UU"II V 1I'VIS tHJ
J 1 HAVE NEVER L
f THE FINING OF A CORPORATION.
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. M. CO? I
Operates Stage, carrying United State (Mall, Expreas and PaMcngera en the
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
ALTOriOBILES OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 5TAQE5
Klamath Falls Route
Davis Creek Route
DevW C eek
America a Hotel
ENGINEERING, MAPPING AND SURVEYING
TOWN SITES SURVEYED AND
Land Reports Made
Blue Prints of Government Townships
tlflHtttl FINE AS PENALTY IS INFLICTING PUNISHMENT ON
THE INNOCENT STOCKHOLDERS. PENALTIES SHOULD BE LAID
UP6N PERSONS RESPONSIBLE.
Under wiae guidance combinations and consolidations of capital
can bo directed to advantageous ends. Tho question about them is
cot bow they may bo averted, but how they may be UTILIZED
AND CONTROLLED FOR THE BEST GOOD OF THE COM
MUNITY. A trust is a dominant combination of money, property,
business or commercial power or energy.
I have always labeled things honestly. If it was a tomcat I called
it a tomcat, and if it was black I called it black, and I have mado
no mystery of the fact that from black c;tts you must not expect white
Whatever bo tho promoting or direct cause of combinations, in
dustrial or financial, they have become and today ARE AN INTE
GRAL ELEMENT IN THE STRUGGLE OF THIS NATION
FOR COMMERCIAL SUPREMACY.
THE REAL EVIL IN AGGREGATION OF CAPITAL AND CORPO
RATE AND OTHER COMBINATIONS LIES IN MEN. IN CHARACTER.
NOT IN THE COMBINATION AS A WHOLE. THE TROUBLE IS
PERSONAL. THAT'S WHY THE PENALTY TOR WRONGDOING
SHOULD BE PERSONAL.
The practice of doing or acquiescing in the d'ir.f; by men in syndi
cates or as members of a corporate aggregation of nCts which the indi
vidual WOULD NOT DO IN BIS PRIVATE LIFE, upon tho
theory that syndicate and corporate morality is one thing and indi
vidual morality is another, results in the total suppression of indi
vidual honesty and morality.
WE MU8T LEARN TO RECOGNIZE GRAFT AND GRAFTERS,
HOWEVER RESPECTABLE THEIR DISGUISE, AND PUNISH THEM
PUNISH THEM PERSONALLY, NOT ONLY WITH IMPRISONMENT
AND FINE, BUT WITH ALL THE SCORN OF SOCIETY.
Conditions In This
A Conflict A
Copyright. 1910, by
By EMMA GOLDMAN, Anarchlcf.
u r P C IQ A TDCMCMnniK IINQrCT IM CUCBV DU1
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO,
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL FRCFERTY IN LAKE COUNTY. OREGON
Our Complete Tract Index
lnsurei Accuracy, Prcn.ptnms and Reliability
Such au Indei in the ONLY JtKI.lAliLE evuteui from which an
Abtttract can be made, t-liowlng all detects of title.
We Also Furnishl tf7r?uVilZ?1
H. W. MORGAN, Wiurryprt LAKEVIEW, OREGON
POSTOFFICE BOX 24:t fHONB 171
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE EXAMINER. I
fmsr I OF AMERICAN THOUGHT TODAY. EVERYTHING IS
rA i BEFORE THE BAR OF INVESTIGATION. THE PEO-
I ft J PLE ARE UNIVERSALLY SUSPICIOUS. PERSISTENT
I ' BETRAYAL IS MAKING PESSIMISTS OF THEM ALU
America started out ultra pretentiously as the
PROMISED LAND for the oppressed of all countries. The refu
gees of any of them today, to say nothing of the natire born, can tell
how miserably tbia vaunted claim has failed.
Capital today is combining on every hand. Prices are being forced
to the utmost limit upon every commodity. Union labor is being at
tacked on every band. The unanimous acclaim of combined capital
is for the open shop. Out of it all will come conflict I may make it
more emphatic, A BATTLE. It is inevitable. Already there U
growing talk of a general strike. Labor leaders are advocating it.
And that in all other countries has meant REVOLUTION. AMER
IOA CANNOT HOPE TO ESCAPE the inevitable rule.
OUT OF IT ALL WILL COME HEALTHIER CONDITIONS. HIS
TORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF. WEALTH WILL COME TO KNOW
THAT RUTHLESS TRESPASS OF THE COMMON RIGHTS CANNOT
PREVAIL. A BETTER AMERICANISM WILL FOLLOW A BROADER,
MORE HUMANE AND MORE CONSIDERATE CITIZENSHIP.
The ideal, of the framers of our constitution will come nearer
realization. V.'FAETH no longer will flagrantly dominate the na
kv.-M.i-H"-.. -M -1 rH ';.- I '11 11 ii IB
You'll Like The Difference
Tlicrc is ;i marked dilTcrcticc
Matchless Brand Clothes
and the onliniiry kind. '
To understand it you must see them. To an
preeintr it you must wear them. K!jht now is
the time to find out about them.
Pmchs: Mhn's $rj.u0 to lUS.OO
Hoys' $.-.;"( to $12.00
Come in and let us show you.
Exclusive Clothing and GentV
The Matchless Store
Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing
Outfitters to Man and Boy
2 Doors North 1. 0. (). P. IHdj;.. Lakeview, Ore.
EE l--.- iv t-i ra
Gl-T PKIC1JS ON
Clear Lumber, CVlill Work
C enterStreet, Lakeview, Ore.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
E. Arabolad & Co.
Ladles' and Gent's Furnishings
Sugar, perewt $7 00
Euhuio Coal Oil, case 10 gallons $4.20
Extra Star Coal Oil, case 10 gallons $3.60
Star Coal Oil, ctse 10 gallons $3.20
Standard Can Corn, case Sdugen $3 00
Extra Standard Tomatoes, cush 9 doMen...:. $3.2S
Extra Solid ltuck Tomatoes, case 2 donen $4.00
SATISFACTIOS OS ALL SALES ABSOLUTELY
GUARANTEED OH YOUR MOSEY CHEERFULLY
REFUSUEIt (JIVE US A TRIAL ORDER ASD
RECOME CONVINCED OF THE QUA LIT Y OF
OUR UOODS ASD LOW STANDARD OF PRICES
New Pine Creek, Oregon
Money Saved Is Money Earned
We Can Save You Money on Anything
IN THE MEAT LINE
Always Something New at
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.
Mayfleld & Fetherolf, Props.
J. MURPHY, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
A WANT AD IN THE
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS