Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1899)
I \ U H
I’ubM'hed every Thursday by
C ounty .
This Space Reserved For
JOHN >'• ORR,
martin &. co
vi ' I ki t -, -
THE REI’L'RJCAN ITIILblllNii COMI'.M.
CHAS. I. ROBERTS, Manat".
SUBSCRIPTION hates :
One yecr (tn advauee)
Advertising at reasonable rates.
THURSDAY. Slíl’ÍEMBER 21,
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY
To friends and patrons. The nnder-
aigned have purchased the K i . a > iatii
R kithi . icax and tiie material, goodwill,
etc., to which we shall within a lew
days ndd a first class job department.
Such increase of material will necessitate
a removal of the oilice to a larger build
Fruit jars at Duffy's.
ing, where we shall at all times I e hap the democrats w ould have to acquiesce
py to welcome the citizens of Klamath in it—though such measure would
J. F. Ailatns Is constructing a »2VX)
farm land, 2i'9 acres in
Falls mid county.
dwelling on his farm at Met rill.
fenced, lair dwelling
In |K>litica, this paper will, at its name
Marriage license were issued last
implies, continue to be tl.e exp nei.t government—or abandon the anti trust Tuesday to F. 8. Brandon and Miss house and barn. Good water. < ash
rent or wheat in mil! at thrashing time.
and advocate of republican ; rinciples. agitation as a political is- ue. It is urged Martha Whitney.
Apply to U. L. 1‘AKiiisii.
Having edited a republican japer for that if congress shall now promptly
Under lì civ Management
G. W. Smith of Altamont is harvest
twenty-six years, we could not now, propose this amendment to the consti
even if we tried, cond ict with success
any other kind if a paper. Yit cur plussed on this subject next year in the will net about 700 tons.
Miss Etta Smart came down from l’t. In the Circuit court of the Suite of Oregon
political views will not, we trust, lead presidential election; since it will l>e
for ii*e County of KUninth.
Us to forget courtesy, nor friendship to compelled either to fall in with the Klamath Monday evening, and will re T. T. cieer. (.overnor of Ore;’ n, )
F. I. I’.iut'ar, - crotnry ol >.».u
wards those who differ with us.
»4 Oregon uud Chn>. 8. Moore.
Trvjuurer of the Atate of Oregon,
SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL
Aside from politics, we shall give all lion.
eonstitming the suite Land
MEN BEST ACCOMMODATIONS
It may be doubted
♦ he local and general news, and shall at
O. C. Applegate, Indian agent at Board.
all times take pleasure in telling the
Klamath agency arrived in the Falls Frank Pattemore and T.nev E.
IN THE CITY GOOD VIANDS.
hi> wile. IK i< r.-!un’s.
outside world of the advantages, re three-fourths of them—would ratify an Friday evening, on legal business. 11c i’attciuore.
Noth e hereby u:\ u 0-it. b;
exceution and order of sale dn.v
sources, fine climate and grand scenery, amendment which would virtually re returned AVedncsday.
lhe above ntiuv d court and eatts
forests, and rich valleys, and especially duce them to the rank of provinces un
upon a deen
The bar-room Inconnu......n with lin- h. ti l i« |♦■• • '• I
ronrteons «ml srntkmwilj
Mrs. G. AV. J. Wilson and son, AValter, day of on
the23rd day of June l>9i
of the tremendous watc power at der a central empire. Yet that is the J, T. Henley and son, Jamie, and A. M. court
nil«ologl»U. «nd only Ih» üm-t l.n.mb ol w m<■». I : |Uor»
«i» di.|-mw.l lu lairou»
above named pla’utiff reeov.
the said di tendant, I ra
Klamath Falls which in the near future
over the bur.
Carter returned Monday evening from against
will aid the forests in supplying the er necessary for control of the great the berry patch at the Lake of the Woods. the rate of eight P< r vein r annum, and the
' commercial and corporate trusts fostered
further sum of ? '•> >2. and the sum <•»
world with hind er.
tornrx’s fees in said suit, with the co M h and
F. S. Brandon came up from Merrill disbura«
nt t th
00. u hU n
All these things, and indeed, every- under our present political system and
last Friday and remained several days i-aid decree against >aid (h fcn lknts and each
thing looking tn the benefit of the town monerii economic «tendencies.—Oregon
them. ord. re I the -ale of the follow mg des-
transacting business relative to the roll of
cribed mortgaged real property to •am.iv said
and county we hall constantly keep be
and costs. Therefore in compliance
er mills at that place, lie returned judgment
with said execution and order of sale. I have
fore the people here and elsewhere.
Governor Geer has made many friends Monday.
duly levied upon said mortgaged premises,
And in all, we shall endear r to mer by his independent actions regarding
ami will on Saturday the 7ih «lay of October
G. F. Goeller began work on C. C. 1<>9, at one o’clock in the afternoon of^anl
it the friendship Wnd patronage ef citi appointments to various state positions.
dav, at the front door of th«* County Court
zens,’ so that it can Le said that the He is a governor w ith opinions of his Maltby’s new harness shop last Tuesday. house, in Klamath Falls Kir.« «th <•« unty.
sell at public auction io the highest
Most ol the old dwelling has been torn Oregon,
paper lias not lived in vain.
bidder foreash in hand, the follow mg describ-
ed real property, situated in Klamath county.
Oregon, to wi’t: ihe northeast «inarter of
section nineteen (19) in township Thirty-nine
The corn crop of the United States house will be built in its place.
TV. H csb & Sox.
(89) south of Range ten (10) east. Willamette
Fred Applegate and Willie Baldwin Meridian, containing ir>0 acres. Together with
promises to break all previous records.
the tenements, lu ruditamvnis and appurten
Estimates now made show that eight arrived Monday evening from Ashland ances
thereunto belonging. The proceeds <4
rciHUK oí';:/; trvsts .
principal corn states will this year pro and other points in Jackson county, said sale to be applie«i in the payment of the
expenses of said sale, together with p'.aintiff's
where they went last week to take in sai.l judgment, including interest, costs and
duce about 2,500,000 bushels.
The congress ol the United States has
the big circus, and visit with friends.
Patedat K Inmath Falls, Oregon, thith «lay
already undertaken to legislate on the
The Pennsylvania Steel Works at
Capt. O. C. Applegate, U. 8. Indian Ol September
subject of trusts, .it did this, indeed, Steelton is taking on new men at the
Sheriff of Klamath county, Oregon.
years ago, before the subject had gained rate of between forty and fifty a week,
one-tenth part of attention which en and the calamity howlers has gone into gue, were in town several days this
week, preparing and accepting Bonds of
grosses now. The legislation was per the hole and pulled the hole after him.
haps as comprehensive as any that
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon.
Fur Kinmath County.
Everything indicates at present that for the Indian service.
could be framed, or ever can-be framed,
A 1». Harpoi i. l’luihtiff. >
Mrs. J. E. Burris, Miss II. Anderson
> Law to re-
unless the constitution of the United the fall trade will be about the biggest
j cover Money.
Klanial ïi Idilli**,
States shall first be amended, so as to
To Rost GuilHama. the above namt 4 detenu-
: In the Nnm^ul ’.!)«• Si ate of Or<"-’on:
confer on congress specific powers al in the world. It will be a hard matter creek Thursday and left Saturday for ant
You are hereby required to »q ¡ car and
ways heretofore recognized as belonging to make sober common people believe the huckleberry patch near Crater lake, answer the complaint tiled against you in the
above-entitled action, on or before Thursday,
that the “advance agent of prosperity”
to the states.
October 2t»th, 1>99, that «lay a:i«l date being the
last time prescribed in the order for the publi
Yet it is only necessary to glance at is not a great success. The people are to gather berries,
cation «4 Summons, the tir'-t publication there
this legislation in order to see how fee willing to stand Any amount of such
S. H. King, the Ft. Klamath stock- of having been made on the lith day <4
September, ls99; and il you fail to answer, for
ble it is. Section 1, of the antitrust times.
man arrived in the Falls Monday even want thereof, the plaintiff will take judg
against you as demanded in the com
law of 1890, declares “illegal every con
ing and returned Tuesday, He was ac ment
plaint on file in this cause, to-wit :
According to an opinion just rendered
tract, combination in form or otherw ise,
companied as far as the Agency by If. For the sum of fsr-5.31, together with in
by Attorney General Blackburn the
terest thereon at the rat«* of 1U ; r cent per
or conspiracy in restraint of trade.”
AV. Montague, agency clerk, who had anuum from the 1st .lay of July. 1*99. together
first Southern Oregon district agricultur
Plaintiff’s cost* and di.-bi»r‘vinents <4
But this is only reassertion of the com
been visiting in the Falls for several with
ibis hetinn; and will a>k the Court f«»r an
al society is only entitled to $900 of the
mon law, whose principles courts would
order that any pr’.bt rty taken under attach
$900 appropriated annually by the state
ment herein be sold to satisfy said judgment,
take no notice of and enforce even in
Mrs. M. F. Hoxter, representing the or so much of such property as may be suf
the absence of specific statute. Again, for this society. The euni of $300 was Florence.Crillenton Refuge Home, at ficient to satisfy the same.
This summons is serv d by publication there
in eection 2, it is declared that every to be divided between the counties of Portland,delivered an interesting lecture of in the K lamath R eitblicax , by order «4
Henry L. Benson, Judge of the 1st Judi
person who shall monopolize or attempt
at the Presbyterian church Sunday even cial District <4 Oregon, made, dated aiui fib «1
to monopolize, or combine or conspire i but those two counties bold no meetings ing. Mrs. Hoxter is soliciting funds to in said Court ami cause on the 13th «lay oi
September. 1899. at Klamath Falls. Oregon, and
with any other person or persons to now, the attorney general says that keep this institution running, and has which said order so made end filed re<|ufrcH
amount would not be utilized as pro
that this summons in this cause be published '
monopolize any part of the trade or
once u week for six consecutive ami successive ’
met with good success while here.
vided by law and should .not be paid.
weeks from the 14th day or 8<q tembor, 1899.
•commerce among the several states, or
Thos. Martin A .Son’s flouring mills at
“with foreign nations, shall be deemed ! The speech of Mr. Bryan at Sacra
scribed in said order.
II. F. M i ll D<>< ’ll.
Klamath Falls commenced running on
Attorney for Plaintiff.
guilty of a misdemeanor, and on con mento last week, was one which the
Monday, and Brandon Bros’, mill at
viction thereof, shall be punished by a California newspapers of both political
Merrill opened on the same day. New
fine not exceednig |5000,orby imprison parties do not take kindly to, but criti-
wheat has commenced coming in, and
ment not exceeding one year, or by cise it as an insult to that state. In
it is reported that both mills w ill do a
both said punishments, at the discrca- his speech he asserted that “while Cali
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County <4 Klamath.
tion of the court.” But this is ineffec fornians were careful to feed and fatten
T. T. Geer, Governor of Oregon
As far as one can see on short ac F. I, Dunbar, Secretary oi State
tive, since it will in every case be de their hogs, they let men starve; that
of Oregon, and Cha«. 8. Moore, j
nied and can in no case be proven that they had more concerns for pork than quaintance, the climate at Klamath Falls Treasurer of the State of Oregon,
” ’* In
the State Land
the object of the combination or humanity,” and he advised his hearers,
forech ■ ■
trust is to monopolize trade; and with “to give considerate attention to the about the same as it is in Iowa and Ne
E. Howe. Deli Howe, Lis
braska, leaving out the cold winds, bliz W. wife,
more or less plausibility and truth it people as well as ro hogs.”
and J. L. Hanks,
zards and cyclones which sometimes
will be set forth that such monopoly is '
Notice is hereby given that, by virtue of an
This is a Republican year—and the make life in those states unitearable. execution
and order of sale issued out of the
named court and cause on th« 26th day
The states cannot deal effectively with bank clearance and commercial agency Here, the bracing air undimmed by fogs, above
af August 1899, upon a decree niHde In said
on the 22mi day of June 1899. wherein
this subject, since no complete concert
the above named plaintiff recovered judgment
among them is possible. One of our more business is being done in the as can be found anywhere. Those who against the said defendant W. E. Bowe for the |
sum of fl 13.33 with interest at eight per cent;
Btates (New Jersy) obtains great advan United States today than was done dur have heard derogatory stories of the per
annum, and the further sum «4 |31.03 ami
tages through the facilities she affords ing the reign of Grover II. And yet you climate cast of the cascade mountain the stun of ?.50.00 attorney,« fees with interest
six per cent per annum, together
for organization of trusts under her laws. will now and then run across a hollow will do well to conic and observed for with the at
costs and disbur-ejnents of said suit
Which said decree against said
Her state government is almost wholly
• defendants ami each of ti.em ordered the sale
supported on the proceeds.
Other it would be well for this country to go
of the following describe«! mortgaged real
property to satirfy sr.id judgment ami costs.
states cannot interfere with her pro back to the dead-eea stagnation of those
Therefore in compliance with said < xeoution
and order of sn’. -, I .‘rave '!"iy levied upon said
ceedings, nor can congress, under any hard old Free-Trade and fiec soup Demo
mortgaged premise«, and will on Saturday the
power it has been held hitherto to pos cratic days.—Darlington Record.
7th day o. October 1899, at 2 o,clock in the
afternoon of said day, at the front door <4 the
ses. Moreover, by express terms of the
County Court hoiiMj, in Klamath Falls, Klam
The Fan Ftancisco Chronicle, the
ath county, Oregon, s« ll at public auction to
constitution, "full faith and credit must
Salt Lake Tribune and other journals
the highest bidder for cash in hand, the fol
lie given in each state to the public acts
lowing described real property, situated in
that formerly advocated free coinage of
Klamath county, Oregon, to wit: The south-'
records and judicial proceedings in every
ea«t quarter of the northeast quarter Of section
silver, are now shifting round. Reasons
six (6) ami tlm. south half of the northwest '
other state. This forces recognition in
or statements that may pass for reasons,
quarter of section five (5; in Township forty (
every pait of the United States of the
(40) south of Runge ten (10) east, Willamette i
of course are given. The Chronicle says
♦feridian, containing 120 acres. Together with
corporations organized under the laws
the tenements, Imr«-1 itments and appurten
that the apprehensions that there
of New Jersey and supported by her
ances thereunto belonging. The pr»»<eeds of
would not be gold enough “have proved
! sale to be applied in the payment of the ex
courts. It has been urged, indeed, that
penses of said sale, together with plaintiff’s
groundless.” The Tribune puts it this
There ip money in the Town Treasury sold
judgment, Including interest, costs and
congress should interpose by enacting
way: “The gold mines of the world will to pay all warrants up to and includ
i I’at» «1 at Klamath Falls, Oregon, this 7th day '
that no corporation organized in any
this year yield (350,000,000—moro than ing No. 682.
J. W. P iemens .
of September 1«'.r».
state shall do business in another state,
.Sheriff of Klamath county, Oregon. '
the gold and silver product of the world
without first obtaining license from the
amounted to five years ago. If the
general government. But this would be
NOTICE OE SHERIFF’S SALE.
Transvaal trouble is settled peaceably,
an exceeding and unparalleled stretch of
this amount will be swelled to (125,-
authority on the part of congress; it
By Virtue of an execution and order of sale
000,000 next year. AVhat argument
issued by the clerk of the Circuit Court <.f the
would be of doubtful validity even under
will the Salt Lake Herald or Mr. Bryan
County of Klamath, State of Oregon, dated the
the power given to congress to regulate
■5th day of September 1899, in a certain action
offer to make clear the need of re
in the Circuit Court for said County and State I
commerce between the states, and, monetization?—Oregonian.
wh» r»ifn <’. A. Cogswell and Geo. 8. N ckerson
is Plaintiffs recover' d Judgment against Geo.
moreover, would be .the most extreme
Von L. Meyer, Defendent, for the sum of Three
measure of “imperialism” ever sug
The proposition to add $30,000,000 to
fundred and Fifty dollars and cost« and dis
merits taxed at Twenty-seven and 50-100
gested to the country.
the pension burden ought not to be
Protect your family and yourself bv dollars, on the 16th day of June, 1899.
It is urged, however, that an amend adopted without a few moments’ con taking out an accident policy. flO to Notice is hereby given thai I will on Saturday
October 7th, 18!»9, at the front door of the
ment to the constitution be proposed t > sideration. Our pension payments are $25 per annum pays for $1000 with court house in Klamath Falls, in said county,
weekly idemnity of $5 to $12.50.
2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, sell I
Mie states, which shall authorize and already the object of the astonishment j
at nubile auction to the highest bidder for |
C. L. PAfUURfT,
the following described real property
empower congress to deal w ith combi and contempt of all civilized nations—
Agent for Aetna Insurance Co.
situated in Klamath ('oetjty Oregon, to wit:
nations of capital and corporate trusts, astonishment that we should be able to
Commencing at the corner’to sections 28, 29, 32
and 33, Tp., 38 8. R. 9 cast Will. Mer.; thcqice 8.
and take away from the state the whole bear them without bankruptcy, con
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
89 C 46’ \\.. 2.75 chains; thence 8. .530
( bain«; thence 8.
24’ minutes E. 4.55
subject of corporations, the power to tempt that we should be willing to bear
chains; thence 8. .530 36’ W.6.56 chain«; thence
Land Office at Lakeview, Or..
authorize tln ir formation, and to regu so large a part of them for deserters,
thence 8. 38 0 45’ W. 9.25 chains; thence 8. 51 o
Aug. 22, 1899. (
’E. 8.25 chains; thence s :; ko 45' \v to" the
late and control their action. In some malingerers, tramps anti people who Notice is hereby given that the following- 15
Eastern shore of Lake Ev.auna or Klamath
settler has filed notice of his Intention River; thence Southeasterly along said Ink'1 or
quarters their is opinion that the re never served in the army at all. That named
to make final proof in support of his claim, and river shore to the intersection of the said shore
publicans in congress will prsss this the prodigality with which pensions that said proof will be made before c. If. With line with the section line between sections 22
row. cotintv Clerk, al Klamath Falla, Or., on ami: :. Tp. 38 H. R. 9 I: Will. Mer, thence
proposal at the coming session, so as to have been given to the undeserving has Sept.
North along said section line to the place of,
JOHN F. WISNER.
deprive their opponents of the political made paupers of thousands ¡.-‘perfectly
A full and complete assortment of
Taken and levied upon ns’the property of
advantages they hope to gain through well known. AA’e have a new crop of HE'i, XE>, of HE'„ Hvc r., T|,.‘::9 M„ K. 1.’ <4.1, the said Geo. Von L. Meyer or so much thereof
anti-trust agitation, ft is urged ns a pensioners coming on, and the widows W .
Ori'Kon lie namiot the following w it a> may he n» ci s.-ary to satisfy the said judg
kept in a first class grocery.
to prove It is continuum, reildenee upon ment in favor of C. A. Cogswell and Geo. 8.
measure to which the republicans could of those now on the roll will stretch out «nd
, nesses cultivation
of sai'l lam), viz: J A Nickerson against Geo. Von L. Meyer, with
If. G. Dti- oy, Davlrt < ampbell, nn-i inter'-,t thereon, together with all cost ami
point as U>e only effective and thorough far beyon<l the crack <4 doom.—Lottis- Htew'art,
' W. IL Camj
disbur'-ements that have or mav accrue.
boll all of Lorolln, Oregon
\ I I lL-ffNER, <: eriff.
pay of dealing with the subject; and ville Courier Journal.
1. 'I. HI!ATTAJS, Rtglatcr.
/ I >• t < d at K In ma I h lull*, oieg» n, s't pt, .5, H99
Hew Stock of Clothing.
, Haïs, Underwear, Ove, got .
ACCOUNTS solicite : d
r;Kl I) II. MILLS,
I I hmiiix .
Lin kv if le
IL r /;. ti unit s, m . i).
J. JI. KIERNAN, Proprietor.» • •
W. W. Hazen, I’ropT.
Ph) vician and Surgeon.
. '. .1
a t o '» l>ruk <■ o-.
KI \M V ni I vi I
WRIGHT, M. I).
Physii-ir.n und Surgeon.
Ki vm \ i h I An»».
-A' «b l > 'irgron <0
. > r- M ••»»•!.
O kkkom .
/.. 1.1 Will.
(K< < i.unly
Abstractor. S. at cher of Records
' •/, “fi I i Hft lluUtf,
K I t ■mh \ Gin, Ordÿon,
a *>a< l "t III«* land«
lit ... | At ■ I U» tiiri»i«li
1 i AUrt • Al>«t lltlr»,
■ ■ ■. < . t ; L aid «♦ with
th. !. jiiir« 1 .
I I -J. ». H< I»l I <*»»4 Ottlir.
i w . cm .
L akevikw , • O rk * p > w .
d Mat«*» I «nd ('flit•
at l.aii< » tert a »|*to .alilr.
W. //4 7 7O.Y.
Justice of the Peace.
U, S. Commissioner.
<».l'u in <’«»urt II uum *.
Kl AUATII 1’ a I L», ■ OltKOOM
JJR. E. J. RO YD,
< MB re Opp ¡tv < ’i era 11"U><’,
ith I .»¡la, < »rrjtnn.
Com ryant r end Searcher of
oil II I' I . I III nr Hot <K.
W. B. GRIFFITH
The Mammoth Weekly
Address all Orders Io lire
7.1 I? 'in ites Furnish
Know the News ?
Bargains In Dress Goods
The Gold Front
Is The Place To
I. Ì-. Miner, Prop'r.
MODEL CASH STORE
C. R. De Lap, Prop’n
1’Ali Nr JIM OKI», IlidUmnrr,