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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1899)
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EX CHA NGE
TRUSTS IN ENGLAND.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia
Press writing from London, says that
the trust movement in England has
reached great proportions. Some of
the commodities which are controlle 1
by English trusts are gunpowder, iron
bedsteads, steel tubes, dynamite, salt,
tin plate, rails and coal, w hile the trans
portation rates on all English products
I will sell
ire controlled by railroad and shipping
trusts. Not only in this case, but it is
also true that there great corporations
which monopolize many of the neces
î. S mith .
saries of life.
It is strange, perhaps, that such
things could happen in Free-Trade Eng
land, in view of the positive statement
of Trust King Havemeyer that there
would be no trusts here but for tho pro
tective tariff. Yet the truth is the
truth, and there is no getting around
Notice to Delinquent Tax Payers.
As a matter of fact, prosperity, and
On the first (lay of September, I will
prosperity alone, is responsible for the
organization of trusts. Without indus begin levying on property for delinquent
A. K ershner ,
trial activity engendered by a great and taxes.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
growing demand for manufactured
prcductB, there would be no incentive
to great combinationg of capital.
Trusts are a menace, but the tariff is
not responsible for them. That is a
fact which will be made more promi
nent if the democrats want to make the
tariff an issue :n the next campaign.—
A. D. CARRICK, Proprietor,
Justice of the Peace.
U. S. Commissionar.
Fruits, Confectionery, Cigars
Resident De nt ¡it,
Notice to Stockholders
Klamath Falls Light <Sc Water
Conveyancer and Searcher of
offi < rt is court iiot'u.
The Chinese residents of San Francis-
¿o will contribute (3000 to the fund for
the reception of the California volunteers.
The indications are
backbone of bis own
its use. It may grate
Know the News ?
Largest and Most
Fine Livery Turnouts
W. Ö. GRIFFITH
From Chicago come» the announce
ment that more pianos have been ship
ped West and Southwest in the past
three months than in five years before.
This looks as though the people of the
West were able to indulge in luxuries,
ind it telle a somewhat different story
from that with which the country be
came so familiar during the dark days
of Cleveland and the Wilson law, Then
the reports from the west told of hard
ship, of the giving of mortgages on
farms and on homes, and of struggles to
raise money to meet the interest on
mortgages and debts. Farmers and
artisans were not buying many pianos
in those gloomy Free-Trade times.
The adoption of the gold standard and
expansion planks in the republican con
vention in Lyon county, Kus., shows
bow that state stands on those two issues.
There was some opposition to a square
out and out deliverance in favor of gold,
but only two votes could be mustered
by its opponents. There was no hostili
ty to expansion. Entire harmony will
be shown by the republicans of the West
on these questions. Il there is to be any
shirking of the gold standard i-.-ue <>?
that of expansion in the national con-
of the republican party next
Contractor and Builder.
Klamath Fall», Oregon
NOTICE OF SHERIFF
Plans and Estimates Furnish
Do You Drink
Have just received a nice line of PI USH
BUGGY ROBBS which will he sold
at popular prices.
THE TOWN YOU EARN IT ÿ
Agent for THE FIREMANS FUND INSURANCE
^Staple and Fancy Groceries^ **
»HOLD FRONT, $
D. H ¡¡¡son, Prop
Klamath F m V r , Or,
T. F. Miner.*
the Stone Store,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
. of Social and fluaincM Forms is one of
'the most uselul volumes ever placed
upon tho desk of a business or profes
sional man, or U|s>n the table of a draw
ing room. The items confined within*
the limits of the book embrace instruc-
lions and guides for the city office,
student, |s>hiician, clergyman, physlcl-.
an, clerk. In fact every js-rson who
Is in business or engaged in any calling
whatever will find information as ta
I lie proper milliner in which to write’
any document entering into the various
social and business relations of life.
H en W ilson , J r ., Agent*. -
Tho Dalles, Or,