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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1904)
The lward ol director of Sehool Ii
trirt No. ?, f I.kt county will pay 2o
for the aml and .inii'iiii :f the
party or partiea h r ntly broke lit
window lialiti" nut of the piiMio n-lnml
building. The ai re!, and conviction of
parties coinniitivig depredation about
paid aeiioo-l building in the (nunc ill be
suitably rewarded. Iv unlet if the
School Hoaid. Hated tliii iVth day of
June. UHU. W 3
Reward of $2,000
The Woolnrowcra AKKiH-itititiii of
Lake County will orniuilie pernm
uently next month. I'ntll audi time.
I will nlve a rewnrd of jfJ.Otm for the
arrest und conviction or any party
or pnrtiea nuiliy of uiaitnluK or Kill
lug alieep lielotijiiiit; to uieuila-ra of
tin temporary organisation.
S. It. OlAMH.KIt.
A. O. U. W. Notice.
All membera ol Ijikenide Lodge No.
Ill, A. O. I W., are reaped fully re
quested to be present at the nest regular
meeting. Luporlaut Imsine tfre
the lot! e.
F. E. llAKRia Mailer Wiuknmn.
Large Sum for Water Troughs.
(Our tuimb AiilmaU)
Artlu May ineetln of the dlrec
tora of tlio MaHnachiiHetta Society
for tla Prevention of Cruelty to Anl
nmla am) the American Humane Kd
ncatlon Society, heM Nfay iMh. It
waa voted that In memory of the
p-nerona n'tft f be bite Arloch
I Wcntworth the Mnaanchuaetta Soci
ety hereby offer to the aclectincn
j of each of the over three hundred
MtiMsmhuwetta country towna twen
ty dollar to aiil In eatablUhlutf
i watering trough or fountalna for
a n im. -lis, attached to which ahouhl
, lie an Inm cup for the uao of human
being, ami on or near which ahull be
Iiisii il-(t or painted the word,
"Weaned are the Merciful."
The Selectmen ofall Alutaachuwetta
towna are reueatel to kindly noil
fy me of their acceptance ami click
will then lie forwarded to their chair-
j We ahull expect to publish widely
a lonn lift that have accepted our
tiKO. T. Ancki.i.,
l'rea. of the Miiha. Stielcty.
Arrest It! $50 Reward.
For anv t-kin d?eae. KCZEMA, OLt
SORES. J'lLK. PlMl'LKS. etc., which
the new RADICV REMEDY EC-ZISE
will not cure promptly. Send today for
afree treatment putficient to cure anv
ordinary ae. HtlYP CHEMICAL
CO., Rand McNally IHdg., Chicago.
! Cniiul .,.. i'n ftianr..u NinJl
The Sunaet NtitMV Company haa
sold I taeinilpnient, ex pnaa contract a,
etc., to V. K. Travla, the mall con.
tractor of Portland. 1'ohwhhIoii
waa given to Travla on June IM.
The day atap haa been taken oh
and a night atiine only will la' run.
The boat now arrlvea at Klamath
Falla at -MUI a. m. and leavea at IlMKl
a. in., laying over at Keno all day.
The atage leavea 1'okegania on the
arrival of the train from Thrall. n-.Xt
4 nrett r I hi nnlr llbrrhar AMe r.Trit
rnra r Mulfrrlna.
"I wih to any a few word in prale
of CliamU'rlai'ii'a Colic Cboiera and
liiarrlioea Kftiieiiv, aava Mia. Maine
Hu rye. of Mar iiinviile, Ya. "1 Buffered
from chronic diHnhoea for ten vearaanil
j during that lima I run! Hrinuw mciliriiiex
a ithoiil olititiniiig any ierniunenl iclief.
I.iiMt aniiiiner one of uiy cliil'ireii m
taken a iih rhnlt-ia inorlmn, anil I pro
cured a InuIm -if thix renmlv. tnly
two doce were required to give her en
tire relief. 1 then decided to try the
medicine mvclf. and did not ne all of
one bottle heM 1 wax well and 1 have
never Mi ire laen trouble! Midi that
complaint, due ca l ay Imi nunli
in favor of tint! wonderful niedi-ine."
Thia remedy ia for pale bv I-re lleall.
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Thia remedy ia certain to be needed in
al moat every home liefore the (uniiner
is over. It can alwaya be dfa-nileil
upon even in the iuo-t ever and
daiiKeroiia caaea. It ia epeciMlly val
uable for summer dicordera in children.
It i pleasant to take and never faila to
liive prompt relief. Why not buy it
now? It may ave life. For aaie by
More School Land For 5ale.
w ill aell cheap am' on hhI term
the wect half c f see. '.Ni. tp. '.K S K LH) E.
Alao the west lulf of ec. I'K, tp. !W, S.
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All this land i uuiuiproved and beintt
locateil as it ia. makes it very valuable.
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OREGON REPUBLICANS INDORSE PRESIDENT ROCSEVELT AND HIS POLICIES.
1'he Keptiblican party of Oiv.on, iu couventicii UHrtembled, conratulateH the Hfate and Nation
upon the continued aseem'ciicy of Republican principlea and policiea In our National tiox erniui-nt ami
the unpreeeileiiteil prowKTity that lww followed the maintenance of thoae principlea and the eiiforei
ment of thoNc policiea.
The honor of the Nation haa la-en fearleaaly urn aauaclously maiiitaineil at home ami abroad,
whether in the mforeement of law aurainat ilefiant corporations, in viKorotia prottt aainat outrayea
on Americana ia Syria.. Jewiah Massacrea in KuhhIu and unfavorable inachiuatloiiH of Euroenu pow
era in Asia.
l'reaident Kooavelt haa reileeineil hia pledge to carry out the policiea of the parly aa formulateil
by that sreat atateainan ami revereil martyred I'reaident, William McKlnley.
He luia ahown hlmaelf the foe of coirnption In public life, the anient champion and wlm friend of
the Army and Navy, and the firm lieliever hi equal rljjhta before the law to employer ami employe.
rich or poor, bluck or white.
Under hia energetic leadership the Iathmlan Cunal, fruatrated for a time by n iH-mocrutlc Tn-a-ident,
ia aoon to be reullzet and to dfatinguisb hia Adinliiiatration by one of the grnndeat engineering
triumpha known to man.
We recopnize the profound obligation under which Oregon reata to I'rcaldent Ilooaevelt for hia
active and determined effort on behalf of the Lewia und Clark Centennial, and we pledge ouraelvea to
testify the sincerity of thia appreciation by u roualng majority for the Republican ticket In June and
again in NovetnlK-r.
In thia connection we caiMx-lully Indorse the tirelesa labors of Scnatora Mitchell and Fulton and
Repreaentativea Hermann and Williamson.
We instruct the delegatea for this convention to the Republican National Convention at Chicago
t ) vote first and last for Theodore Roosevelt for President, and to use all honorable means for bring
ing hia nomination to pass.
THE DELEGATION IN CONGRESS
For the first time in years the State of Oregon la represented In both houses of Congress by a
strong, harmonious, united and effective delegation. Inferior to none from the West.
Their efforts in ladialf of the Nation, their party and their state have been crowned with signal suc
cess, and we hereby express to them oik confidence and esteem and pledge them our support In their
further efforts to advance the Interests of Oregon and the Pacific Coast.
Thanks to the coiiruge and wisdom (if two Ilepuhllcau Administrations and four Republican
Congresses, the money of the Nation has lanui securely established upon the gold stundurd, the stand
ard of the enlightened nations of the world.
The is.t capita circulation is the largest in our history, and every dollar of pajier and coin Is as
good as gold.
We commend the measures now pending in Congress, at the instance of Republican inemla-rs,
further amending the currency ami banking laws in the direction of safety and elasticity.
We renew our allegiance to the principle of protection to American industries.
The merits of the Dlngley law are attesied by the unprecedented prosia-rity of the Nation since Its
passage in lv.7.
Schedules must be changed from time to time, us new conditions arise, but when the tariff la re
vised It must la by the friends, and not by the foes, of American industry.
We heartily commend the fearless and determined course pursued by President Roosevelt and
Attorney -(Jencral Kimx toward the trusts, and we point with pride to the hostility aroused against,
the Administration among the sM'culators of Wall street and corporations that defy the law.
Ola-dience to the la w against monopoly inflicts no hardship on any honest Industry, and the
action of the President In the Northern Securities merger and other cases has only served to check
dangerous sjieculatlon and encourage every legitimate enterprise.
We indorse the policy enunciated by President McKlnley und followed by Secretury Tuft of "the
Philippines for the Filipinos," and we especially commend the earnest und persistent efforts made by
.Senator Mitchell for lower tariffs between the Philippines and the United States.
We hold that the Philippines must la retained by the United Stutes for their own good us well ns
for a base of American luHuence In the Far East, but that Justice requires the least possible burdens
upon their commerce with the United States, that they may be cemented to ua by ties of self Interest
In the Interest of Pacific develoyment, we demand for the Philippines the same literal und Isinefl
cent treatment that has been accorded to Hawaii and orto Itlco. ' ... ... ....
Proud of the history and achievements of our party, and especially of the present Administra
tion and the laineficeut results that our nation Is receiving therefrom, und particularly our old Oregon
Country, we confidently submit our cause to the patriotic citizens of our state for Indorsement und
earnestly appeul to them to show their gratlrude'and appreciation to Prealdent Kooaevelt and our
Republican leaders In Congress for honoring our history and aiding in the development of our match
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II. K. IUnkum, I'rop'r.
Offk in iiieber' 5tore
Mnue li-uve Ijikeview .laily.ea
tvjil Mimlay at fi a. m. Arrive
at Almoin nt ii p. m.
l-euvi-. Alturs lur l.akafiew at
H 0YI.1.U a. in run tha arrival
nf the plaice fnuii Md.leline. Ar
rivea in I.Hkeview in 1? hours af
ter leaviiitf Altura.
Freight - Matters Given
Strict - Attention ....
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! first - Cld$s - Accomodations.
Western . Stage . Line
J. L. VAOIN, Proprietor.
Office in Llnkville Ifotel
j klamath Falls.
! Iaily from 1'nkeofina liy Keno, Kiatt
1 atli Kallx. Jinny, lintian.a, aiitl lUy to
i IkevieM .
1 atly fnuii I.Hkt-vi- ly I'ly, Bonanxit
I I'airy, Klamath Fall, Keno, to Ku-
From Klumatli F'all to Keno by
I Mi-Hiiier iiihI 1 11. in Kei 11 ti l'ok'i.'enii
I over I lie Sunei Four-Hurne Ma Line.
I Good Stock Easy Coaches
! STAGE LINE
To whom It ItlilA I'olieel'ii, Notlio
Ia iM'relt.v jdven, thnt I will not Im re
HiotiHilile for any debt or ilehta con
tracted liy any peraon other tluin
inyaelf, except on tny written order,
Duteil, May 111, 1!MU. Zi
S. I., Mi N Arj-Mtuv, J'rop.
Office at Mercantile Store
KtaRO leavea Lakeview Mondays, Wed
negiJaya ami Friday at ti a. in., arrive
at Pluali al li p. in. Leavea I'luah Tues
day!, Thurnilava and Saturdays, at H
a. in., arrive at Lakeview at 9 p. m.
Paasenuer fare 3 one way or 5 for
round trip. Kreiyht ratea from May
1st to Nov. M f .75 ier hnadred ; from
Nov. lnt to May l.t 11.00 prr hundred