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TERMS: iSU Months 1. 00
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LiKKVIEW, :. NOV. 1, ItM.
Youlsey gets life imprisonment for
complicity io the murder of Goebel in
Jackson county's apple crop for 1W0
nil) aggregate 2"J5 car load, against 125
car loads last year.
Vote Nos. 12, 13, 14 and 15 next Tues
day and help preserve the national in
tegrity and continued prot.erity.
Wherever the flag goes there go
character, education, American intelli
gence, American citizenship and Ameri
can liberty William McKinley.
A vote for the Republican electors is a
vote for the best interests of the wage
worker, and a continuation of prosperi
ty and good prices for your products.
"Give us four vears more of Prosperi
ty under Wm. McKinley!" is the cry of
the people. Let the appeal be answer
ed by the American citizen at the polls
. The paramount issue of this campaign
is not mere Republican or Democratic
partisanship. The paramount issue is
shall the American people sustain an
American President in an American
policy, which the people themselves
outlined and directed. The American
people win vote lor the man who sup
ports the Flag.
If the California farmer who is labor
Hig under Uie delusion that he is pros-r-ous
is hunting for statist is on that sub
ject, he is referred to the Year Book of
the IVpartnient of Agriculture for
Oregon farmers don't have to hunt up
Statistics to find out whether or not they
are prosperous they know they are
prosperous. California farmers must 1?
a lot of numb-sku Is if they have to read
books to rind out whether they have
dollars in their pockets now where they
had cents during the last Democratic
administration. The Searchlight pays
no high tribute to the intelligence of
the California farmers.
I look up. n Mr. Bryan as the most We appeal to the voters' patriotism
dangerous man to the labor interests to-! they vote to haul down the Ameri
day in public life. In the first instance i can Flag in the Philippines, to undo
he is a demagogue, possessed of a certain j that which has leen done for hurnani
quantity of oratory which appeals al-! tv's sake, and leave the subjects of those
ways to prejudice. In the second, he is j islands at the mercy of brigands and
well grounded in no branch of ;olitical ; a despot. Will thev forget that the U-st
economy and unsound in all. He would i blooil of the nation was shed by our
be more unjoular with laboring men, i brave soldier I joys to free this suffering,
if elected, than, it is claimed, he in dow ntrodden people? We think not.
pepuhtr with them now, because his sue-j Will they forget that Mr. Bryan, in
cess would paralyze business for a long
time at lea-t, during which time the
laborer of necessity would be without
Then, too, the lalxrer would soon dis
cover how utter. y (utile Mr. Bryan's ef
fort would he to make better his con
dition by making war upon his employ
ers. The laborer certainly cannot be
benefited by a policy which is directed
wholly toward the n .ettlitig of values,
the reduction of the purchasing power
of his a;i.' and the enactment into law
of views which, tested by experience
and history, are wholly unsound. Jan. j
H. Fckels, Comptroller of the Currency
Mr. Bryan's plea for the salvation of
this country by the destruction of what
he terms "imperialism," as exemplified
in the administration of our affairs in
the Philippines, loses its force when it
is remembered what he pledges himself
w carry oui ai nome, in mailers wincn
go to the personal and proerty interests
of every citizen of the republic, no
matter how small such interests may be.
It would be the height of folly in this
campaign to forget the very important
effect which Mr. Bryan's election would
have upon the business interests of the
country. In the minds of those who
carry on the affairs w hich make up our
business world he is associated with un
certainty and doubt. It will not do to
say that these interests are Hellish ami
ought to receive a lesson, for the great
est sufferers will le those who are most
dependent upon the largest daily activi
ty in business. No one would suffer so
much as the laborer, for he must have
steady work day in and day out. He
has no reserve capital from which to
draw, and the curtailment of business
operations mean tl-o curtailment of
employment of labor, with attendant
distress and ' idleness which begets
JOHN SHERfl ANST ATE5H AN.
John Sheri.ian, statesman, scholar
and patriot, died at his home in
Washington City, (Vt. 22d, aged 7S years.
The name of Sherman will go into his
tory as one of America's great men. He
was former representative In the House,
for along time member of the Senate,
and twice held Cabinet positions. We
can think of no more fitting tribute than
the one paid hit memory by Wm. Mc
Kinley, upon learning of his death :
"In the fullness of years and honors,
John Sherman, lately Secretary of Mate,
has passed away.
"Few among our citisens have risen
to greater or more deserved eminence in
the national councils than he. The
story of his public life and services is,
as it were, the history of the country
for half century. In the Congress of
the United States he ranked among the
foremost in the House and later in the
Senate. He was twice a member of the
Executive Cabinet, first as Secretary of
the Treasury and afterward as Secretary
of State. Whether in debate during the
dark hours of our Civil War, or as the
director of the country's finances during
the period of rehabilitation, or as a trust
ed councilor in framing the Nation's
laws for over forty years, or as the ex
ponent of its foreign policy, his cotim
was ever marked by devotion to the U-st
interests of his beloved land and by
able and conscientious efforts to uphold
its dignity and honor. His countrymen
will long revere his memory and see in
him a type of the patriotism, the up
rightness and the teal that go to mold
ding and strengthening a nu'ion.
"In fitting expression of the sense of
bereavement that a 111 ids the Republic,
I direct that on the day of the funeral
the executive offices of the United States
display the national Hag at half-muxi
aiid that the representatives of the
United States in foreign countries shall
pay in like manner appropiate tribute
to the illustrious dead for a eriod of ten
Mary ha) a little lamb.
In flfoe was white as mow,
Ami everywhere thai Mary wenl
The lamb was sure lo go.
Il followed hr to America,
When Mc Kinley waa elected
The reason of Its presence here
Waa to hae Its fleece protected.
Will the American jeople take an
other chance at Free Trade by voting
for William J. Bryan next Tuesday?
Will they suffer the Bryan free silver
fallacy to be foisted on the country to
debase the nation's honor, to bring pan
ic and calamity to the business world?
collusion with the relel Aguinaldo, is to
! a great extent responsible for the con-
tinned warfare ami killing of American
soldiers? Will they believe the indis
! put able evidence that William Jennings
liryan, candidate for the Presidency of
the United States, has lieen in communi
cation with Aguinaldo and the enemies i
of our government in the Pilippines? j
I believe Presifh-tit NfeKiitlev niiL'lif. to I
le re-elected us largely as possible by
I'emocratic votes. Under the present
domination of Mr. Brvan a conservative
iH-mocrat can tind no place of influence
in the party. Those who now return to
it after rejecting Bryanism four years
ago will find themselves without voice
in the administration. They go back to
accept Mr. Bryan's views. He does not
accept theirs. They indorse him he
does not indor e them; and, once elected,
they are not in a position, after ( hang
h,g front, to protest against his radical
ism. By voting for him they do, in
fact, indorse him, despite a mental
reservation that they do not approve of
his public utterances and Populistic
views. They disarm themselves of a
right to criticise and draw down upon
their heads more blame for Mr. Bryan's
unsound views as a disturbing factor
than does Mr. Bryan himself. For by
their act in voting for Mr. Bryan they
have made it possible for him to do the
harm which they must know would fol
low the carrying out of the principles
for which he stands. James H. Fckels,
Comptroller of the Currency under
Thomas Jefferson purchased Ixmisi
ana and he did not hold any election
down there to see whether they liked it
or not, and he sent a message to Con
gress declaring that when they were
capable of .governing themselves he
would extend self-government, and not
IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
TO HAKE YOUR FALL
Kviilence of this awaits you at our store,
every department of which is crowded with
seasonable, desirable dry j-oods at close pric
es. Our stock has been selected with the
utmost care, and we can guarantee the styles
to be absolutely correct ami the quality lirst
As regards prices, w? will demonstrate our lenlerthij in giving best
value. Our windows give n hint n to the variety and attractiveness of jvj
y our stock, nnd after inspecting them if you step inside you'll find what- Yi
jS ever you need in all kin J of goods at price ym will pay theefully. V
i BAILEY & MASSINGILL,
$ ...THE PIONEER STORE...
Mr. Brvan told us in !"; that the
volume of money would decrease, but i
the public records show that there is'
more money in circulation today t
capita than ever U-fore in the history of !
the Hepublic. Democratic orators do
not deny our prosperity, but say it is
only temporary. McKinley has done
well to give us four years of it, ami we
will give him a chance to make it erma
nent. Cleveland did not give us even a
sample of it.
Mr. Bryan says that Filipinos are jx-r-fectly
able to enjoy self government, ami
in the same breath tells us that uoon as ,
lie is elected he will establish a stable
government and Uke away from them
the harbor of Manila, then establish a
protectorate. What absurdity ! If the
Filipinos are capable of geverning them
selves, why should Mr. Bryan establish
a stable government for them?
A band of wild horses, that have de
feated all attempts to capture them, are
ranging on the summit of the Aldrich
mountains, near I'ayville, according to
the Bowe Bros., stockmen of lUiyville.
A big hitior strike is on in Canada
We shall expect to hear the followers of
Mr. Bryan say that McKinley is to
blame for that.
Old Missouri lias swung into the
tt rn 11 of doubtful states, much to
f Mr. Bryan and
Big; Irrigation Project.
According to the Allures PlaindcHler,
Dorris Brother of Muloc have umlei
way a big irrigating project at Rattle
snake canyon, the building of a reser
voir that will irrigate thousand of acre
of land. The reservoir when completed t
i .: .. - i mo Km ihiii
win nae a cajmuivy ui , ,r,, ,
cubic feet of water, which is sufJkicnt to
cover -il.oOO acres one foot deep; itcovers
.'5,700 acres, on 2,fJ0 acres of which the j
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vtmcr Will I fTJ 1I
This is suf
ficient to make a stream lo feet wide
and 8 feet deep, flowing two miles an
hour for 100 days. The reservoir lacks
only 474 feet of being 13 miles in cir-
ciimference, and is 2,000 feet higher
than the lands it is designed to irrigate ;
the water w ill be raised 7 feet deep over
1,500 acres this fall. About 15,0 JO
cubic feet of earth will be used in the
construction of thisdam. Twenty miles
of the necessary system of ditches, lead
ing from the reservoir, are in course of
construction. Irrigation matters are
also interesting the people of Lake
county, especially in the northern part.
(ioose Lake farmers might follow in the
footsteps of iJorris Brothers of Modoc,
and profit thereby.
Manager Runaway of the N. C. & O. Modoc county. The Plaindealer says:
railway will today establish a hospital "C. A. Kstes and I. K. Mulkey atteud
system for the protection of employes, ed the Talbot sale near Adin last week.
who will pay a hospital fee of 60 cents
per month, from the President of the
road down. Dr. H. C. Gibson has been
appointed chief surgeon, and will ap-
point local surgeons on the line.
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See me for bargains
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t STOCK NOTES
f HFRE AMDTHFPFJ
Col. Nye sold last week 2,000 Iwo-year
old wethers to ti. . Hunt at f:i.L", says
the Cnok County Journal,
i lie IJcppricr sheep market is said to
U very brisk, and all animals offered
flr ,,nu are ,,icky capped up.
Carse Crowder of the I.akeshors
Cattle Company passed Alturas last
week w ith 400 beef rattle to be delivered
at Termo Plaindealur.
(ieo. W. Mapes, the Warner cattle-
man, has moved (MM) head of beef and
stock cattle from the Warner range to
his Honey Lake ran :h.
Jeff Mulkey anil I). C. Berry drove a
band of beef cattle through Modoc last
week en route to Termo, where Nally
Willey will receive them, says the Al
Jack Kelsay has moved the In ties and
Kelsay beef cattle, numbering 200 head,
from the Venator ranch to a ranch near
Alturas, where he has bought hay to
feed until after election.
t '1'htt iirice of rnttlM nnritifiima bitYi tn
They say everything went very high, so
much so, indeed, that they made no :
purchases. Weaned calves sold for J15
and two year old steers at 33, with 1
other stock in proportion."
A La Fore
Our line of OLOVI-5 In
I'nrquatltd in the City
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liamM srttlur lias lllml 1 1 1 1 nl his Intention
to mike final pro,. I In support ol Ills claim,
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Amlrews, Or., C. M. Kiel, Ik. of Amlrcws. or.
K. M. KKA1TAIN,
Oct. 81-4.1 6 hK..tr.
All persons are hereby notified that I,
the undersigned, own the following brand
to-wit: (Z) that said Brand was duly
recorded by A. 'A. Hammersley in Vol
ume 1 of the Heron h of Marks nn.l
Brands of I.Hke Countv. Oreuon. m th
2Nth day of hepiemb'er. iHHfi. on' PttLTH
Wo. That all horses and cattlo on Hm
range bearing such Brand are claimed
by me, except such as are dulv vniul
"d all persons are forbidden to use such
l5r.a." ' : or ,t0 t,riv" ""V stock b.aring
ran" ' ""l ,ly vmd, fron
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