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The Republican Ticket.
The republicans of this county
met in convention at Lincoln,
Monday, and nominated the fol
lowing county ticket:
Representative Jus. V. fully,
Sheriff Robt. Brady, Lincoln.
Treasurer Dr. T. W. Watson,
County Clerk A. II. Harvey,
Assessor Henry Corn, Raben
ton. Commissioners First district,
Rumaldo Duran, Lincoln; second
district, Sam Wells, White Oaks;
third district, Geo. Coc, Glencoe.
Probate Judge Dorotco Luce
Superintendent of Schools
Mrs. Wallace Gumm, Carrizozo.
' County Surveyor Frank Thcu
Most of the candidates have al
ready started on their rounds of
the different precincts to button
hole the voters.
Progress of Singletax Sentiment.
An editorial in the San Francisco ,
Chronicle is one of man' indicat
ions that a boom is setting in for
the Singletax. The San Francisco
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Chronicle was more likely, perh
aps, to be the last rather than the
first of the leading newspapers of
the far-western metropolis to de
clare that "the exemption fo per
sonal property which cannot pos-'
sibly be located and equitably as-j1
sessed and of structures which arc
constantly deteriorating and may
burn before the tax is paid," was j
a "matter well worth considering,
whatever the conclusion may be,"
that "land is in sight and can
not get away," that "its value is
nifirp. onsilv flp.tnrmitipri lli:iti llml
of any other claB of property;" y)
that "the upward tendency of M
rentals" would be checked by the
desire of owners of laYPil ImmcI fn
derive revenue from it by the'y)
erection theien of untaxed built!-' vP
ings;" that "it would discourage'
speculation in land ami secure to
the public more of the increment
not 'unearned,' but earned by the
1 1 1 4 H It
puuuc anu noi y any individual; i
and that it might to that extent
reduce taxation of those not own-
ers of land not put to beneficial i
use." Editorial comment or any
kind of notice by the press of
Singletax progress has been re
markable for rts absence.
The time is here however, when
those newspapers which continue
to ignore it will be considered as
iitjt up to date by readers who
wih to be enlightened on what
is doing. It is to be hoped that
Singletaxers of California may
HnVc printed in large type copies
oftha lending points of this edi
ttjmttl for distribution. Balance
to be all wool
They are equal to
other lines of cloth
ing that sell for $18
can be found in any
Color or Style.
We have the largest Woolen Shirts & Underwear
in Lincoln County
and you can find any kind of Garment or
Shirt that you want at the right price.
MEN'S SOFT and STIFF HATS.
You will be able to find any style that you
want in our line of Tige's Special Hats
( mm Nt i
JUST RECEIVED A very nice assortment of Millinery.
You will find something that will be exclusive, and the
very latest in colors, -
Do not forget to ask to see them.
"If II 's not flood. We'll make It Good." S