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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1913)
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If three of the leading makes of Artistic Player
Pianos are guaranteed for one year each, what do
yon conclude is OUR OPINION of the Behning Play
er Action when we guarantee it for Ten Years?
SHEPHERD & SONS
Ashland Klamath Falls
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CURTIS & UTLEY, LAKE VIEW, OREGON
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THE PALACE BAR
O'CONNOR & DUGGAN - - PROPRIETORS
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Fall and Winter Woolens
Now that we've got our wondefrul line of Woolens
ready for Autumn and Winter .wear, we hope you are
not going to let them go by you without getting some
of the benefit. You could'nt possibly want better
values and styles than the kind we give. Come in and
give our display of Woolens an X-Ray examination.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
LAKE VIEW TAILORING CO., Next to Stage Office
Six hundred Lincoln
Buck Lambs, first of Sep
For particulars in
quire Pyramid Laud &
Stock Co., Reno, Nevada
THi ODDEST JM-TABLIKHrD CCA LTV
ONE TO 12,000 ACRES
OF LAKE COUNTY
For sale either for stock or agrl
cult ural puriosea.
J. W. MAXWELL & SON
BELIEF IS FA THER'S WISDOM
iscommon among boys. They live
in hopes of being like father. A nil
if the sons as they grow up, learn
to welcome a drop of pure liquor
now ami again it will not hurt
them. The longest lived people
ha ve been careful drinkers af pure
stimulants We handle nothing
but the purest and most whole,
some of Liquors, but we charge
only reasonable prices for them,
POST & KING, Proprietor
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MbWAHK N. X
Mm J. Chan. Smith, Main ritreet,
Lakevlew, Oregon, will le pleaded to
cull upuu you and take yoar measure
ments (or the Barcley Custom Made
Coreet la the privacy of your borne.
TO DEVOTED ON
Voters Will Soon Receive
Official Pamphlet for
Five referred measures two Oregon
University appropriation bills, the
sterilisation act. the County Attorney
bill, the workmen's compensation act
will appear In the publicity pamphlet
to be issued by Secretary of State
Oleott for the special referendum
election to be held November 4, under
the Day bill. Already a few copies
of the pamphlet have been printed,
and next month the full quota will be
ready for oistribution among the
voters. Under the terms of the bill
providing Tor the special election the
Secretary ot State shall ml later wsn
30 days before the dste of the special
election cause the pamphlets t be
orinted. and within 10 dsys therestter
shsll msil a copy to each registered
voter. The workmen's compensation
act is included In the psmphlet for the
reason that the Supreme Court prob
ably will not reach the matter before
the pamphlet Is issued. In the Cir
cuit Court Sslera Judge Galloway sev
eral weeks ago dismissed suit to
restrsin the Secretary of State from
issuing the pamphlet, and an appeal
to the Supreme Court from this decis
ion is now being perfected.
The Day bill provides tbst argu
ments lor and agslnst a measure re
ferred at the election must be filed of
the referendum petition. Proceeding
under the general statute on the sub
ject, none, ssve those objecting to a
reference of the university measures,
uresented their arguments until after
the expiration of the 12 days with the
result that the Secretary of State re
fused to accept them.
One of the Oregon University bills
makes an appropriation of 1100.000
for tne construction of a modern fire
proof administration building, and
the other appropriates $75,000 for re
pairs and additions to buidlings of the
institution. Argument against a ref
erence of the two bills are presented
in the pamphlet by the board of re
gents of the school. Governor West,
the Alumni Association and the Peo
ple's Higher Education Lesgue. It
also contains resolutions adopted by
the Stste Grange againBt the consolida
tion ot the university with the Agri
cultural College, and resolutions
adopted by the Willsmettte Valley
division of the State Press Association
condemning the attempt to refer the
bills. Petitions asking for their refer
ence were tiled by H. J. Parkinson,
secretary of the Oregon Higher Ed
ucational Institutions Betterment
Lesgue. Parkison was the leader of
the movement which two years ago
t rought about a reference of bills ap
propriating money for the university.
The petitions requesting that the
sterilization act be referred were filed
by Mrs. Lora C. Little, vice-president
of the Anti-Sterilization Leagae. of
Portland, and the county attorney act
petitions were led by J. E. Craib, of
Portland. Wilfred E. Farrell, of Port
land, Bled the petitions invoking the
referendum on the workmen's com
The ch'ef argument urged against
the county attorney bill is that it
allows the Governor to appoint the
eounty attorneys' beyond the next elec
tion. It providing that those appointed
shall bold until 1916. Those opposing
the sterilization act declare that it is
not a bumane measure that society
cannot be reformed by the "butcher
knife" and that it will increase instead
of diminish crime. The main argu
ment advanced in favor of a reference
of the two appropriation bills for
the university is tbst it ought to be
consolidated with the Agricultural
College and no further buildings ought
to be erected until the oeople can
vote on the question of consolidating
the two at the next general election.
Consolidation, say those opposing the
reference of the bill, would not serve
the best interests of the two schools of
learning, nor the people at large, and
is not feasible.
"Why is a horse that can't bold Its
head up like next Wednesday?"
"Why, because it's neck's weak."
"Oh, I heard that )oke about a week
back." Sacred Heart Review.
"I was troubled wltu constipation
and indigestion and spent hundreds
of dollars for medicine and treat
ment," writes C. H. Hlnos, of Whit
low, Ark. "I went to a Ht. Louie
hoHpltal, also to a hospital la New
Orleans, but no cure was effected.
On returning home I began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets, and worked
right along. I used them for Home
time and am now all right." Sold
by all dealers.
Notice Is hereby given tht 1 will
not be renponsible f r any debts con
tracted Id ray oarue without a written
order from roe. It. II. BOYD8TUN
Plant Drawn For Novel
Structure at San Fran
Oregon is to have a log building to
Douse lis exnirus at ids i anaina rue-,
itic Exposition. The d.sign for the
buiMing has been selectel by the
OiciAin Commissioners fur the Oregon
building which will be part of the
Fair at San Francisco in 1915. Tents
tive clans pn pared by the architects
show a huge log building of novel de
sign, the building being so constructed
in accordance with the wishes of the
Commission and In keeping wiih a
pronuui.ced pupular demaid Inas
much as the exposition ittelt will nut
give space to a seperate forestry dis
play, it is believed thst Oregon can
attract much attention in to is novel
and striking manner to one of its chief
industries. This log house will be
characteristic and a truly magnificent
structure su'h as rould be obtsined
with no other native material.
D01NC1 THEIR DUTY
Scores of Laaevlew Headers are
Learning the Duty ol the Kidneys.
To rlhei the blood la the kidneys'
When they fall to do this the Kid
neys are weak.
Backache and other kidney ills
Help the kidneys do their work.
Use Doan's Kidney Pl!ls the test
ed kiduey remedy.
Proof of their worth In the follow
ing: Frank Turugste, C St., Jackson
ville, Oregon, say a: "I have used
Doan's Kidney Pills and they have
beeo used by another ol my family.
I can any they are a Hue remedy.
Doan's Kidney Pills did mo a great
deal of good, when I was suffering
from kidney weaknens. The. deserve
public endorsetiu lit."
When your back Is Lamt Remem
ber the name " Don't .Imply ak for
a kidney remedy ask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Turugate had fiOc all atoren.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Props., Buffalo,
SIOOO Dollars Reward
We, W. F. Detert and W. I). Duke.
own all the cattle branded 70 or
XL and formerly owned by Cox &
Clark and the Heryford Land &
Cattle Company. These cattle are
now on the ranges ot Modoc and
Lassen Counties. For Information
leading to the arrest and conviction
of any party or parties Illegally
branding, killing, driving off or dis
posing of any of the above cattle
we will pay ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS and the costs of arrest and
prosecution. Send all Information
to E. II. Day, Alturas, Modoc county
Cel., or to us at Latrole, Kl Dorado
County, Cal. If guilty party might es
cape, promptly notify the Sheriff ol
the county In which the Illegal act
wan committed and advise us by
wire at our expense.
W. K. DETEKT,
W. D. DUKE.
No Way Is Easy
Some weeks ago considerable public
ity was given a case of accidental
poisoning from bichloride of mercury
tablets. The case was ao "featured"
as to lead the public to infer that
corrosive sublimate poisoning was not
only a sure but alao a painless route
to ths other world. Since this acci
dent, the papers have chronicled,
almost daily, cases of suicide in which
bichloride of mercury wss the drug
used. There is no doubt that many
unstable persons who, in fits of de
pression contemplate suicide, are re
strained from taking the fatal step by
the dread of the unknown agony they
may suffer in committing it. To such,
the knowledge of a sure and painless
method ot death removes the only
restraining influence left. It Is fit
ting, then, says The Journal of the
American Medical Association, that
the pudio ahould know that there are
few modes of suicide more painful and
in which the agony is longer drawn
out then that due to the taking of
bichloride of mercury. If this fact
were given the same publicity that
was acoorded the case of accidental
poisoning, there is little doubt that the
corrosive sublimate method of self
destruction would cease to be the fatal
fad it baa recently became.
nOW THE TROUBLE STARTS
CouHtlpation 1 the cauae of many
allmeuts and disorders that make
life miserable. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets, keep your bowels regular
and you will avoid theHS diseases.
For sale b all dealers.
No bantiug or treHptsiiliiK will bo
allowed ou the premlites oi the under
signed. Any person or persons doing
so will be proHecuUd.
THE LAKE VIEW RANCH,
L. L. Hopkins, Bee, aud Treaa.
Contlouod from page two
Sealer of Weight! and Measures," la
mandatory upon County Courts of the
seversl counties of the Stsle to ap
point such County Otllcer: The mem
bers of this Court deplore the fsct that
this law Is msndstory, for the resson
that In the smaller counties of the
State there Is no necessity for suoh an
Officer, and the only excuse there can
nosslbly te for creating such an Olfice.
especially In the smaller counties. Is
the addition of one more public official
to the already over burdened pay-roll
ot each county.
The tsxpsyers of Lake County are
foriunste, however in the fact that
our County School Superintendent, Mr.
C. E. Oliver, has consented to acrept
the appointment of County Sealer ot
Weights and Measures and to perform
thedu'irsof such office without any
expense to the County.
It is there tore, hereby ordered that
U, E. Oliver te and he is hereby ap
pointed County Sealer or Weights and
Measures to servo without pay.
The report of P. W. Pavne, County
Clerk of Lake County, Oregon show
ing thst during the months of July and
August, 1913 bounty had been paid
through bis ssld office on 48 coyotes,
and 18 bob-cats, amounting to 1 108 00.
Coming on for consideration on this
date, and the Court, atter counting
the required number of scalps and
front feet, finding the report to be
correct approved the same and destroy
ed the said scalps and feet, as by law
In the mstter of the law regulating
the hours of employment on public
It Is hereby ordered thst the County
Clerk be and he Is hereby authorized and
directed to mail one copy of the rosd
laws to esrh Road Supervisor of Lske
County, and to write to each of ssld
Supervisors a letter calling his atten
tion to that part of faid Koad Laws
regulating the hours of employment on
County Roads and of the ne.-easity of
each of the said road aupervisors com-
And nourish the system our Meats cannot be excel
led. Our Meats are procured from packers who
have a reputation for furnishing prime Meats. The
tenderness, freshness and delicious flavor of each
piece purchased here, is hound to prove highly satis
factory. Goose Lake Valley Meat Company
R. E. WINCHESTER, Proprietor
WHEN BUYING HARDWARE
cultivate the habit of economy, but not stinginess.
You know that below a certain price it is impossible
to manufacture Good Hardware of any kind. When
you're offered an article for less than we ask it is
inferior. We don't handle poor stulf, yet our prices
will bear comparison with any other house,
T. E. BERNARD
"EVEUYTlllSO IS HARDWARE ASH FARM IMPLEMENTS"
with Ha nrovlilons.
In the matter of Agricultural and
Farm Demonstration work for Lske
It Is the Intention of the County
Court to levy a tax, when other
taxes are levied for 1014. nereassry to
comply with Chapter 235 of the Gener
al Laws of Oregon, Session 1913. pro
viding for the looatlon maintenance
and management of Demonstration
C urt sdlmirned until 0 n'cloek a. m.
Sept. fl, 1913.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Lake County.
Saturday, September 8, 1913.
Court convened pursuant to adjourn
ment of Sept. 5. 1913, ssmo olllcors
piesent, when the following proceed
ings were had to-wit.
In ihe malt, r of claims against Lske
County, Oregon. The following clalma
were examined allowed and ordered
paid nut of the General Fund as by
law provide I, to-wit.
Chss. Umbsch, justice fee In
cere of Slate vs. Lsmb and
Parker 3 66
W. P. Dykemsn witness In Jus
tice Court State vs. Lsmb
and Parker 1 CO
M. Whorton same 1 60
T. B. Wakefield attendsnce at
County Court and mileage. ... 33 00-
F. E. Anderson same V4 00
To be paid out of the General Koad
Woodcock & Leonard for repair
of road tools, etc C6 95-
KKMARKAULE CUKE OP
"I wsa attacked with dysentery
about July 15th, and uwd the doc
tor's medicine and other remedies
wnh no relief, only letting worse
all the time. I was unable to do
au.Vtliing aod my weight dropped,
from 14 to 123 pounds. I suffered
fornliout two mouths when 1 was
mlvl-tMl to uce i hainlHirlHln's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1
lined two txltlH4 of it and It K"v "
lermiinent relief." writes li. W 1 1 111
of Snow 1 1 tit. N. C. Poraale by alt
The Meat Question
is easily answered If you buy it
here. For we sell the pilwest
grades only and experienced
women will tell you that the
cheapest cuts from such meats
are far choicer than the most
expensive from Inferior stock.
HAYES A GROD. prof3