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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1912)
PARENT AND PUPli
Many Measures is Discus- Co-operation Necessary
sed Pro and Con In Offl- For Best Results During
clal Publication I the School Year
SENT TO VOTERS
Made to measure by the Royal Tailors
are far superior in Fit, Style and Wearing
Quality, Royal Tailored Suits are no
higher in price than the ordinary kind. Every
season the demand tor Royal Tailored
Garments is increasing. This season we
are showing some decidely new and grace
ful creations in Sack Suit Styles. It will
be well worth your while to come in and
see them, no matter even if you do not in
tend to buy until later. You are cordially
welcome to come in and go over the full
line. Suits to Order from $16.00.
Our Ready-to-Wear Clothes are offered at
closing out prices. If you want a suit for
immediate use, a saving of $4.00 to
$8,00 awaits you here.
lhe ofllcial state pamphlet contain-1 Monday mornlnR. Mpwrouer w, is
lnr ii mnv nt nih nf I h n.i.nni ' the (tatO SOt lOf til OPOHIf ft 01 the
Initiative or otherwise to be submitted J'utilio and High School in our t"wn.
to the people In November, together j Th6 building lire In almoat complete
with aumenta for and against thece roac1inoes and school will not be molest
measures, ha jut been issued from 1 ti pnly by ,n0 Btjdin(t of soma furnl
the ollioe of secretary of state. It will , ,ure that hHS not arrived. The amHll
be eent to each of the reKimered voters : t)nMlnK on ltl0 0t ,n north Dnrt
of Oregon. The pamphlet la really 'a of town ias been calrlmlne.l and paint
booklet of respectable proportion be-! j new aU Installed, and evervthlnK
I cause or the unusually large number of i lv for couiancy.
The first and second grade are to
measures. lhe pamphlet containing
twenty four proposed arts two propos
ed amendment to existing laws, fif
teen proposed consitiutional amend
ments, four general referendum
measures, and considerable space Is
! used or the highways and blue sky mea
attend at this building thla year, and
all the grade above the second, will
be arranged for at the New High
The ld building will not be used
there being aulliclent room without ad
ding the extra expense of keeping up
a third building.
T)i Brut tlav will be siveni in (retting
were heartily enchored I . . a(tiu., and makine jrradua-
River Shannon Flows.";
and were followed by other appropriate tj(in of pcw ui
se.eci.ons. onon aciuressea were cie- 1M ,,B..iH(..tinn ..f mini Is. a
. !',V'rd Attorney8. HleWer and ,wt of book, wi be hand,, M1.h pup, j
; . i.a.r inompson ana juoge rf. ua.y. f0 ,ie m purt.hM. and be ready for
Each of these able orators laid psrticu-' ichoo, ,he nt j
lar stress upon the occasion of Lalor jg SUl.Ke,lea tht aroriU do not
I ceieurauon anu uiu memseiVt'S
S O R Z3
MANY GO TO RENO PICNIC GLORIOUS EVENT
Concluded from page 1.
by a Japanese group. The spectacle
"Cleopatra" was wonderfully staged
ana it was nothing Bbort of marvelous.
It was a great treat tor the children
a well as being appreciated by people
from every i k of life.
Following is a partial list of those
attending from bere.
W. H. Shirk and wife. Mrs. A. L.
Thornton and two children, Mrs. E. H.
Smith and two children, F. P. Light
and family, G. W. Johnson and fami
Jy, W. B. Snider, George Whorton nd
daughter, Andy Morris ar.d family,
E. H. Morris, Ned Lynih, Nick Brown,
John Flynn, Mike Bridrgary, Winnie
Harvey, Marie Paxton, Marie Mc
Shane, J. P. Duckworth, K. T. Strip
lin and eon, Phillip Barrv. Mrs. Nancy
Morris and son, George Jones and
mother. Zed Harris and family, Sum
mer Lake: C. E. Sb rlock, Speedy
Swift, I. C. Wright. Dennis Brown,
Davis Creek: Mrs. Howell, Paisley:
Byron Dodsti:, Mr. an i Mrs. Walter
Dyer, Mr. aid Mrs. J. F. Hanson and
Miss Julu tinker.
Continued from firvt paiff
boiled, roast beef in large quantities,
high stacks of loaves of bread, olives,
pickles, cheese, butter, cakes numer
able, lemonaae in 40 gallon barrels, 40
gallons of th3 best grade of ice cream,
sherbert, etc., fruits ripe peaches and
apricots by the box, topped off with
bit cigars tor everybody. This was more
than the most optimistic ever expect
ed. And the appetite that one is poss
essed with when out in the pines and
fresh exbilerating air. People fell to
eating with a vicioufness that looked
desperate for the supply, but after
everybody was ready to go home there
were still goodies left untouched.
After luncheon which lasted for sev
eral hours and all day for some, the
band gaie two selections, followed by
a few remarks by Chairman Dan God
sil, wh'1 ably acquitted himself in that
capacity. Mrs. Frank Schmidt sang
to songs ore of which was the Str
Spangled Banner. Mrs. Jonas Norin
completely captivated the throng with
the rendition of that beautiful old song
proud in lauding this purpose and
complimenting the Irish boy upon tak
ing the initiative in its observance
here. Dr. Daly'a remarka relating to
the earlv history of Ireland were very
The result of the Irish Picnic can be
covered wltn that one big word, success,
and success was due to the com
bined effort of all the Irish contingent
I and especially to Dan Godail, Dan F.
J Brennan, Jack Burke, Jack McAulitTe,
j Dave Jonea and Tom Murphy, all of
whom labored untiringly to this end.
I Mr. W. K. Barry, whom everybody
knows took an active part in the affair
I and deserve special commendation for
! her work.
the Irish boys did it all and they did
, it bo quietly and creditably that it was
nothing short of marvelous. Tbey ask
ed nothing and gave everything. The
I iiibiiiici TTiiiiu mc nimir who po
smoothly handled, without a bitch or
friction to mar the merriment was a
source of admiration and comment ot
everyone in attendance.
It is stated that the boys intend to
make the celebration an annual event,
and this is the earnest hope of every
body who attended the picnic last
buy new books until the lists are hand
eil out, thus avoiding possible mls
Pupil from a distance will not need
to bring a lunch Monday as there will
be no school in the afternoon; this will
give time for both teacher and pupil to
prepare for further work.
The aid ot the parent is solicited in
trying to have all pupils present the
first morning, so they may te regis
tered and classified, also receiving les
The outlook lor a eood school is
splendid and by proper co-operation on
the nart of the pupil, parents, and
teachers, the anticipated result 1 as
Postmaster's Son Dies
Chester Henry, Wendt, aged 6 year
and 10 months, the little son ot Post
master Henry Wendt, of New Pine
Creek, died at that place last Thurs
day, August 29. The funeral took
place Friday. Rev. H. Howard officiat
ing. Cheater was a very bright and
loveable lad and his death came a a
great shock to the community.
"Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep,
From which none ever wake to
the .fool-ish farm-er
ST GUARANTEED lg
to be equal to any
Beer brewed. Bot
tled and on draught
at all leading saloons
Reno Brewing Co. Inc.
Once up-on a time there was a fool-ish inrni-er who
had a hen. "Now," thought he, "ifl can buy a doz
cn ''ftA's and have the hen sit on them, I shall soon
have a doz-en chick-ens. These, in turn, will lay
more eggs, which will he-come chick-ens, and bye-and-byc
I shall have a poultry farm. And they tell
me there's mon-ey in poul-try."
So the farm-cr went to a ncigh-hor and said, "I want
to buy a doz-en cgs." The neigh-hor re-plied, "1
havc-n't any eggs, but they say that car-rots have
all the prop-er-tics of cggsVW sell you a bunch of
cur-rots for al-most noth-ing."
So the fool-ish lhrm-er took the enr-rots and set the
hen on them. The poultry furm did-n't pay ex-pens-es
The fa-hle tcach-cs that if you want eggs that pro
duce results you must go to the wan who deals in
them: and if you want Ad-vcr-tis-ing that will pro
duce results for business men. you must conic to the
Lc'ike Connty Exnrniner
Large Piano Store
Has boon oponed In LAKEVIEWby tho
greatest firm in tho United Statos
who have over forty stores West of tho
Rocky Mountains. A largo stook
of twenty-ono Instruments
are now ready for your
THE FINEST GOODS
at the greatest bargains ever before of'
fered In this vicinity. Don't fall
to get one of these
Everyone Cordially Invited
to call and inspect our goods. Prices
and terms to suit all
If not convenient to call, don't fail to
write for catalogue before buying.
At present we are located
112 NORTH MAIN STREET
C. O. ROE
flWe have a used
Standard Make Piano
taken in exchange for
a Player Piano, which
will be sold on Easy
Terms at a Bargain.
UWrite Shepherd &
Sons, Lakeview, Ore.
BETTER LOOK OUT
for thf hiiriirss w tut so mly rv
voiiiiiivntl.it Ions urn fiiiitil looks
mil chfif'iifss. If you own
liorsi' that .you liht to li t no
ilontf im-tty livrly, hi t trr si'ii
onr hirnrss that will stmd the
strain mil iroi tlmt "lunul
sonif Is thit liimtlsoint' dors."
E. F. CHENEY
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