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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1900)
PAYNE CLAIMS ELECTION
For any one killing or teI
injr stocx belonging to the
OF M'KINLEY IS CERTAIN
South Eastern Oregon
live Stock Association
Gives Figures to Show That Bryan Has no
Chance of Winning the Presidency.
CERTAIN FOR McKINLEY
CONCEDED TO BR YAK
North Carolina 11
South Carolina 9
K annas 10
New Hampshire 4
New Jersey 10
New York.... 3fi
North Dakota 3
Rhode Island 4
South Dakota 4
W I won hi n 12
Total vote, 447; necessary to elect, 224.
"There is no poeeible way of figuring out Mr. Bryan'e election with
out New York." Hays Payne, "and New York is as safely Republican as
Kentucky : 13
Nebraska , 8
iitrm i iijiuis o m
Indiana ....15 K
Total.... .... 53
Chicago September 7. Vice-Cnairroan Payne of the Republican
National Committee has emphasized his confidence in the election oi Mc-
v Kinlev and Roosevelt by giving a list of the states which the Republicans
); regard as certain for McKinlev: those which are conceded to Bryan and
3.' ti low which might Ije called "fighting ground." The electoral vote, as
figured ly Paine, is as follows:
Stamp Your Deeds.
Deputy Collector Fox ban been look
ing over the records and panir in the
county clerk's office, and has found sev
eral intaiK-es where deeds have lieen
recorded, during the former administra
tion of that cilice, tliat did not bear the
war tax stamps as required by law.
This, however, is not an unusual occur
rence, as the war tax law has not been
in effect a sufficient length of time for
officials to become conversant with all
its requirements. The deputy collector
finds it necessary, however, to report
these violations to headquarters. It
might be well for people recording deeds
to bear in mins! that the war tax stamp
must be carefully placed upon these
documents according to the amount for
which the deed calls, otherwise the law
is directly violated.
Nevada, California & Oregon Railway
Considerable speculation is being in
dulged in regarding ihe visit of Mr.
Moran of New York to inspect his rail
road projerty known as the Nevada,
California & Oregon line. The owner of
tin road was accompanied from New
York by Mr. Hamilton, a railroad man
of that city, and a thorough inspection
was made of the Moran properties. It
is anndunced that the gentlemen are
well pleased with the future outlook and
? resent business of the narrow gauge,
he directors and stockholders held their
annual meeting on the 10th inst. The
Reno Gazette saya it does not know "for
sure," but will give it as an opinion,
that the Nevada, California - A Oregon
road will be pushed to a northern con
nection before very long.
For Sale A good team, spring wagon
an I I ariie;-n. Knuuire at this office. 20-tf
The most dainty and effective pills
inside are leWiti'e Little Early Risers.
'I hey sue unequaled for all liver and
Imuel trouble; never gripe. Lakeview
hakeview Carpenter Shop and
Thorn hm llttitllt-y . Prop.
All Minis of Csirpmur Work promptly attended
to liuildintf Contract Taken and Estimates Made.
Will keep on hand at all Utiles a larye stock of dry
dressed lumlxr. Now on hnd 1000 feet ceiling and
1000 feet rusiic. jliop opposite Examiner office,
Vi in be given for the arrest and conrirtion of any per
ton or persons stealing any stock belonging
to members of this Association.
J. D. COUGHLIN,
J. M. INNES, President.
BIEBER A FIELD.
J. S. FIELD,
I am always Pleased to meet
THP nniTRTPITI MAM
a a a m-f a- m a a ? m. 11 i
I Welcome His Inspection of
Both Goods and Prices!
I want Your Confidence with Your Pat
ronage. Sea my New Line of Goods Just
J. S. FIELD.
$3 KLONDIKE BARBER SHOP $
($k Ira ' "m
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Jeo. II. Avrec
II. C. Whitworth.
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ta i i; x l
wowii liuo our new aim comniouiuus siurc at,
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Our Elegant Stock
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