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LAK EVIEW, OREOON, JUNE o, IM4.
STAR! INU BADLY.
A young mini tunned Walter l
Miles, of Pacific College, who par
ticipated In the oratorical contest at
the First Baptist Church In Port
land on Friday night the general
Hubjeet licing "Prohibition of Man
ufacture and Sale of l.li'iiora" in
Henking of the opHition to the
prohibition effort. ail: 'Theeditor
lal column of onr lending news
papers are knocked down to the high
' tut bidder."
Mr. Miles. 11 young inan; Is start
ing very badly. Allowing his tulnd
to lie filled with the idea that
"everything among men Is venal and
only awaits a purchaser." there Is
danger that he is preparing himself
for n fall, at u curly opportunity.
One who holds an Idea of this kind,
it may be feared, holds the soil if not
the seed of corruption in himself.
Mr. Miles, for his own good, cannot
correct himself too conn. He Is on
very dangerous grounds. Just so
ttoou us one has persuaded himself
that "every man has his price," he
will have his price for himself.
Honor Is general among men and
women. Comparatively few are
mercenary or venal. This Is a fact
of human nature, and the honor of
human nature requires belief In it.
Not less Is belief in it required for
maintenance of one's own moral
dignity. Suspect the man, always,
who euspects everybody else.
An to "the leading iiewspajers,"
. they are always above and leyond
purchase or price. The moral con
dition of their existence, on which
the business condition is built, re-
quires it. Kvcn the aphorism
"Honesty is the best policy" is too:
low a moral in irim for them. Noth
ing could induce a great newspaper j
to part with Its independence. Ah'
matter of fact, moreover, every such
newspaper earns money enough to i
be independent of all who would buy J
its utterances. Even were it not so, '
its independence is worth infinitely!
more to it than money, mid it would
die Itefore it would debase itself. j
He ware always of the man who!
thinks others men and women up'
for sale, lie Mire he stands on very I
llppcr.v places himself. Oivgoiiian. '
Cryanism or Nothing.
You hear some men say "Oh, yes, I
I am a democrat, but I am not a '
Bryan! Ic; I would not vote for
Bryan. I never did, and 1 never will."
It makes no difference what they!
nay. Bryan Is the leader of the'
democratic party, and has lieeu
since 1 KM. It is true Bryan was for
Hearst As long as Hearst stood
any chance of receiving the nomina
tion fur president, and of course j
Bryan was against Parker, because
lie supposed Parker would naturally
lean to the New York democratic
platform, which was obnucioiis to
Bryan. Now that Hearst can't ln
nominatcd, and in fact no other
man, unless he suits Bryan, Mr,
Parker h n concluded he is not so
strong for tliii New York platform
as Bryan might think.
JJryau will be willing for New
York to name the candidate if New
York will let him (Bryan) build the
platform, which It Is certain now
that he Intends to do. Bryan is the
leader of the party, and it Is queer
how some democrats will not give
up. Bryan will have thing Lis way
&fcm If tbe part la defeated, and If a
The Pair Route
Via Chicago or New Orleans to St.
Lewis, Is the one that gives you the
most for your money, and the fact
that the ILLINOIS t'KNT ItAl. offers
Cnsinpashfh Skhvhk via three
points to the WOltl.PS FAlll. anil
In this connection to all points be
yond, makes It to yourad vantage, In
case yon contemplate u trip to any
point east, to write us Ix fuie mak
ing final arrangements. I
We can offer thecholceof at least a
doxen different routes
It. H. I'm Mm i.i.,
14:1 Third street, Portland Oregon
J. C. I.IMtsKY,
T. F. & IV A..
l.VJ Thrd St in t. lorthii.tl Oregon
T. 11. Thompson,
F. & P. A..
Boom 1, Column Hldg.. Seattle, Wash.
Fresh testimony in itrent quantity i
constantly coming in, ile-Utuitf 1 r.
Kind's New Discovery tor Consumption
Coughs and Colds to ! iincipialod. A
reeent expression from I". J. WerHrhwul
IVnlonville, V., aerves its example
He writes: ''1 hail Bronchitis for throe
yean hih) dm-tored nil the time wilhont
in'inii lienetiMeil. Tiien 1 Ih-khii tiikiiik!
lr. Kiinj'" New lisoverv. und a few
bottles wln.lly cured me
effective in cnrii.n all Lnim
Ko lailv I
troubles, Coiisuiiiitiin, i'lieunioinn ami
rip. (iiiHianteeii by I .re l!e)l Iiruu
llist. Trial iMittles free, regular hi
50c, and fl IN).
AN ASSISTED WOOING.
Row a Fair Maldea Helped a Tlamld
Yoaig Ma a.
"Didn't you intimate that you bad
otnethiug particular to say to me. Mr.
"Me? I-I don't remember. Did 1?"
"You did. And I wondered at it. It
seemed strange that you should Lave
anything of Importance to say to me.
I'm so young, you know, and so little
versed In worldly wisdom."
"Are you? I mean, of course you are.
But I I wonder what it was I told you
I wanted to say to your It a utniK
I could forget it so soon. I must be los
ing my m-niemory."
"And there Isn't anything you want
to pay to me, Mr. Tlmmid?"
"Do you m mean anything p-p-partic-ular?"
"No. Wait. Ma told me to be sure
and ask how your m-mother la. May
be that's what It was I in-meant when
I s-sr.!d I had anmethlng particular to
ay to you."
"And there Is nothing el.se? You are
"I guess 1 am. You can't think of
anything else. c:in you?"
"Oh. Henry I mean Mr. Timmiil,
I'm afraid you lire keeping something
back from me."
' I think so. I thin!; you are hiJiiii; a
"Yes. But, there! Confide in inc.
We are pucli good friends. Call me
Jane and tell me what it U that trou
"Nothing troubles me."
"Oh, I know better. If you auk me
to help you I will be your confidante.
Say after tin. 'Jane, will you be' "
"Jane, will you he"
"Oh, Henry, this is so sudden! But
you may ask papa tomorrow." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
The Penalty of Fame.
Ituilroad .'le:k-Suy. you'd better not
let old Brown catch you.
Iteporter What's the matter?
Itallroad Clerk In that write up you
gave him you said "he entered the of
fice of the P. D. Q. railroad when a
loy und has grown gray in tho serv
ice." Well, there have been at least
a dozen men In here since trying to
tell him sumo hair dye. Philadelphia
Hefore the eremouy.
The Count And now every Ting ees
ready for my wedding wis Mces Got-
rox. I t'lnk every wan will say I am
faultlessly ut tired.
The Baron Parbleii, mon ami! Con
sidering ze nature of zo lady'a attrac
tions, I t'lnk It might bo more appro
priate If you wore a beczness suit!
Sot III After All.
Geo whiz! My umbrella's gone!"
"Don't make such a fuss over a com
mon occurrence like that. You should
take the thing philosophically."
"So I did, but I object to Laving it
taken from me philosophically." rhll
man Is n democrat and votes
democratic ticket he will vote
Just what Bryan votes for.
n vt. riioor
I.nd OfTlea at ljikevlew, Oregon,
April II, 11XM. Notice It hereby uiv
en thiil (tie folio inn-named settler Im
tiled notice of hi" intention to make
HiimI proof in support of hi cUini. mid
tliNidsiil proof will l mnde Ufore the
lic-tiHtor and lieoelver.at l.akeview, tr
euon.on Mav ID, l!HM. vi: .1. M. Cur
rev. lid. No "'.'17. for the N' Nt'i,
Sw4 Nw 4. See 2 V NK4 NK'4, Heo W
T 4u 8., It. IS I)., V. M. lit) name
he following witneKM-i to prove his
continuous residence uMtn mid cuttivit-l
lion ol Mid Isiiit, VI : I.. A. carriKer.
I.. U. liohiiison, H. Fisher and It. W.
Vernon, all of Lake view. Orctfon.
15 .1. N. Watson, Be-fistcr
Land Olliee at I.akeview, Oregon, 1
April PI, likM. Notice is hereby Kiveu
that the follow inn-natned tiettier ban j
tiled notice of his intention to commute!
hiiiI make tiual pruof in upiort of hi!
claim, and that xaid proof will be mnde
heiore. i;i'wlter and Itccciwr at Lake
view, Ortn, on May l!04, vi:
Itert IUrl. r. lid. Kntry No. "Sti7 for lliu
'n w '4 wild l.oU H and 4, Ne iii, T.
'Xt S. K. 1'4 K. W. M. lie name the
follow i 11 a witnehHe to proe liia rontin- J
noun residence upon and cultivation of 1
faid hind, vix: llarrv IoiIktIn, lialph j
Pav. Jt .lonea. and KoIktI Miller, uil
of ('lunh, (reiroii. 1
In all 111 tta-s.
Ely's Cream Balm
ri,w,,-, MiiHlifs ami hi!s
the d. ." 1 intniliranr.
It cut. rattrrli ml tlrivt
( n am llutui 1- lar,-.l Inl.) Ilio intnU.r'is j
on r th niruilirane ii'.J Is lirl'.I. JUIicf Is lni
Birlltpsnilcurr f.l.t.. lllsuut drying !'
Dt pnxliH-s vnn-ahii;. l.ri;v Sur, M won st Ir"
glttsor by mail; Trial iH,ul,
KLY liUOTIIEUS, li Warrtu Street, yew York I
Irxrrl IJiait final ITf.
Fnlled Siatea Land Olliee. I.itkeview,
Oretlou, Mav ft, HK4, Notice l hereby
(liven that William S. Jacob, of Adel,
Lane county, Oregon, haa llled noticiiof
hia Intention to make proof 00 hia dea
ert land claim No. M'J! for N W(4 HW4.
Mh 10, T. !W S., It. 1'tl K W. M before
KcKlxtcr and Ivccetvcr at i.nkevlew, Or.,
on Friday, the 17th dav of June, IIHM.
Il liamea the following wiliieea to
prove the coinplete Irrikiiiiion and re
claination of aaid land i I. N. Jaeobx. ol
Lake City, Cat., J. N.tiiveu, of Adel.
Oregon, Jiiaeiili l Shirk and Minis
Caldwell, of Shirk, Or,
P.I J, N. Wro, CetfiNler.
Land Olliee at Lakeview , (re(oii,
May ft, ItNlt. Notice Ih hereby uivcu
that toe foll.inu uiiineil xettler haa
tiled notice of his tnlclitl.Mi to eoimnnte
and make Dual proof in mipixirt of hia
claim, and that anid proof will U made
tieforc I'.'lrt. ,1. Callow. I', S. Coin., at
hia olliee at IVmo, Oregon, on Julv t'lli,
I1H4, vU : Itvnm T FicmI, lid. Fntrv
No. L.)I7 for the N', F4. SW'4 SF'4'.
sk4 sv '4, sec. y. r. 4 s.. u. :;.' K.,
W, M. He ininiea I'io followiii( w II iii'S
sea to prove his continuous residence
iimui mid cultivation of tnid land, vix:
F. I.. Allen, Frank (irove, Joseph Cut
low, and MeUiu M. Iian, all of iN'ino,
llnruey t"onnty Uuvu.
J. N. Wrso, Ceiiisler.
1 .11 nd Olliee at l.iike'ieA, Oregon,
MayO, l!4. Notice is hereby liivcn
that lie follow ing inline. I settler has
tiled notice of her intention to make
final proof in support of her claim, and
that said proof will he Hindu U-fore the
Kcuister am' Receiver at l.akeview, t lr
etfon, on Julv l'.M, vi : t'ornelni A.
Knox, lid F.ntry No. "W, for the lot
irSt-e. II. Ut tl, 7, . It, N F. 1 1 sV' ,.
Sec. 14, T. IDS., K. pi. K. W. M Mie
name the loltow iin; w itni'she to prove
liercontinuoiiN resilience nin and eulti
vation of aid land, v'u: .1 sines Mi
t'rary, Williinn Spem-er. Ira Mosier irid
K.U-il M.iiii. m!I ' .akcvic'iv, Orcii)ii.
Pi J. N. Wro, ICetisler.
It tlont Matlrr It It Is
W Can Sell It for Vou.
If Vou Contemplate
Buying or Selling
Consult Us At Once
If You Want a liar
gain in Cither Case.
rf,-s.-.'. . . -V,"1
III h .,
Land ()lllii at l.akeview, Oreuoii, Mav
III, 11)04. Nutica la herehy give 11 that
the follow iuu-nnnied pel Iter has Hied
notice ol hi Intention to make final
proof in support f his claim, and that
snld proof w ill 1st made la-fore II. I.
Henaon, Circuit Julg of t ha 1st Judie
lal I'isirii't at his ofllcs at Klamath
I nils, Or., on July 1IMJ4, vUt Henry
.1. Itelslutiil, lid. Kntry, No. "siU). ,,r
the W' NF.4 See 'M, HW'4 SK', and
Lot 4. Set) Itt, T :kl K, It 15 I), W. M. Ho
names the follow Intf witnesses to prove
his cotiilnuoiis residence Uhiii and cultl
vation of shIiI land, vlxt F. F.. l itch, of
Merrill, t)rPKon, Charles J, Anderson,
J. A. Parker, and W. A Walker, all of
i.'l .1. N. WATaoi, Keifister.
Irarrl til final lrf
Clilted HUtes Fsiid Olliee, l.akeview ,
Oregon, Mav la, p.N). Notice Is herehv
tiiveu that Mary L, Kilore of l.anuell
Valley has llled notice ol inieiition to
limke proof 011 her desert hind cliiiin
No. 4I!. for the Nw.4 Swt4 .f NF.'4, N
of SF'4 Sec and Nw'4 of S4 Sec
:i4 T 40 H, It 14 I) W. M. before li.-ui.ter
and Iteceiver at lakeview, Orew'on, on
Friday, the I '.ih day of July I'.KH. Me
names the follow intf w itnesses to piove
the complete irrigation and li'choontion
of said Innd: W. A. I'unson, of l.sn
j;ells Valley, Oregon and K, S. Toll, A,
It. 1 nil ami lleurv I'lU, of Yjstillis, Ore,
'J.'t J. N. Waraov, Iteitlster.
TIMIIF.K !.! OTII K
1 t'hitnt Nialca l aml Oltli krvp , Ori'Ken,
; Mar II, l''l. Nullen a In-n-liy lrli thai If
, eiiiillaiiif h I1I1 Ili irovlalmia ul Ilia a. I nf
I Jlllif M, la. a, 1 1 lint All ar lur llu aahi ol
i ilinlM-r lamia In lln stales nt ( allhirnla, lire.
! Bull. Sala, ami Wa.lillialnll I iTrlloil .' ai
1 1. lull . I In all ilia piihllr Ijiii.I Hialea l.f a (
ul aiimiioI , H" H. Ilnrli-y, l 4in Kiiiirlli
Si ,1 mi ul v ul Mull 11.. inah, siala 11I Or...n has,
I hia ilar II l"l III I hi nrtl.-c hia awmn alalilui'iil
So. '.'!'.) lor lha plirrhaui ill I In' MK'. nl Him I lull
! .Vi. T. . 1, II II K. W, M. ami will offer rxl In
1 tm thai Hi" lalnl Miintlit la mure val.ial.ln
' I. it li 1 1 10 r or tune than lor aurU'iiltiirat
IMirii,,a ate! lit i-ialINIi lila etaini lu aahl
ami iM-lnrr Juiros II, lrlrnl, I mini y I I. ra,
at In i.Hlue at K lamalli r alia, Oregon, 1.11 ha.
, unlay. Ili I .Hi rta, nl June, I'Jot. II " immea
a ilneawa: lietirgc J a lie y ul I'lirllalnl, or,,
j ainl J. o, llaitiahar. nl lliitiatita, OreKnit,
I ny aint all nra.iii claiming iltrraely Hie
aUne.ili-periU-il latnl are re.iieie.1 tu n
I their claim In thi nftiici mi or behiru ii
1 Villi ia nl Ji , luvl.
I .Mar ill I.I J. N. W TaoX. Idolater.