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PubU>li><! every Thurxl.y by
E dito :«» and P kochietors .
ft »«cnitTi.« M atwc
On« year (in »dvance)
Advertising at reasonable rates.
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1«, IH!«».
Rizal, Bryan and Aguinaldo com
prise the trinity which 1’hilppiue In
surgents doubtless worship.
(>ll.\ S. CRR.
MAR TIN A CO
We respectfully call vour attention to our line of ---- «
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S. hilCict RSl/N,
Winter Clothing OVERCOATS, MACKINTOSHES,
ATTENDED to promptly
GLOVES. SHOES. UNDERWEAR, etc., etc., which
we can and will sell at same prices these goods are ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
sold at in railroad towns.
At last accounts, each party claims
the victory in Kentucky. Frauds are
charged and a contest will doubtless
| reason to doubt the statements of the
War between tile Boers and Eng promoters of the enterprise that am
lish is slowly reaching the point ple capital for const ruction only awaits
where decisive battles may be ex a favorable report of engineers. Ash-
' land Tidings.
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A fact not generally known is that |
Rl iixic ,
the products of a steer when ha idled DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
by a modern packing house, with its
I’NITED SI \TbS I WDollKb '
accessory manufactories, are worth
1 AKIiVI) a D rig n . OClwbt r .s ISW‘ '
A sntlicivnt conivet MlthlAiit having been
Under Hew Management
: o I iegon
more than the beef.
tilvdin this otticv bi State <»f Oregon » «'nt» 't
It is reported that eighty German
ant HKAinst T <’.
iinide \pril -V.
The democrats won in Maryland,
A woolen factory will seek location ,NSN lor sF . 4 of SM » I
I t oi "F 1 ♦ «ml
but they did So by electing to the ’ Lutheran ministers, at a recent con there almost a> a matterof course. Lots b AH<I 7, See U. tp..‘»s K HE. by John
H. tlARlll S, >f. I).
<«liem. r»»ntvN>ev, in which it i* alleged thm
governorship a sound money demo
latHl embravert >b auch entry and the
Your ice and hay w ill find a market the
greater ) art of each and every Mna'lext legal
crat, between whom and Bryan there forms of life insurance as being games no! hitherto enjoyed.
Physician and Surgeon.
subdivisi»»n tlirreiif was on Marti) 12. ls<>0,
»UDiup and overflowed, and thereby rendered
is as much difference us there is of chance,—paying out little witli tiie
A cord of white fir when made into unfit for cultivation.
Alien lr«l Offlir. (*bllM<»<><1
SAMPLC ROOMS FO.l COMMERCIAL
■ chance of getting much in return. paper is worth at present prices in .Said i art e> ami unknown lo irs ef John
between day and night.
»I <’»» ’<• Di hk N»»)’’
Glivm, tu eeased, an- hen by notit'.vd to appear.
MEN BEST ACCOMMODATIONS
It would have been just as sensible
rr>|.<'i.d ami < ffer » vi»!et » v t< » i hn g '«id alle-
It now looks as though there might and practical to have denounced fire country towns #150.
gat)un. at Ifl »»‘cUa’k h m. on Der.’inbcr .'o.
KI.AMATH I ILI>, : : OREGON.
IN THE CITY GOOD VIANDS
The value of your tributary lumber I’nited States ! and Ottife in Lakeview .Oregon.
tea rupture in the relation between ! insurance or to have opposed vaccina
The said contestant having, in a pro)>er arti
Japan and Prussia over the latter's tion to prevent small-pox. To ward wealth cannot b.* estimated, and box dant.
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filed Octob. r 21 ls*?9.
t t.irth fa* t*
show that after due diligence pei-onal
encoachment in Corea. Japan is a off disease costs, and in nearly every
service of this notice cannot bt made, it i*
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hereby ordered ami di reet i*d that *u» h notice mixoloat-t. •".! ouly llu fiur-i w»u,l..4 Wo..- 1 ,
Physician and Surgeon.
growing naval power and would not case it is a question whether it is much to its original value.
These are only a few of the greater be given bv due ami
over t br l»*r
E M BR tTT \IN. R gider.
need a very strong provocation to ex necessary to^o to that expense or not.
H \RRY BAll Y. Rec* ivvr.
enterprises in prospect for your city,
cite it to make an attack.
If one lias prevented a disease his
G»rtu< rii rvaht» ni l’Iiinir ah ah »! x«afgri>h fn
while a greater number of contingent
t li»* iba h . u> mi II.» i 't Al. IS.ft land
Republicans through this section money is well spent. If tiie disease industries
are satisfied to have Bryan win in his would not have struck him, tiie ex- while adding to the money value of
L. uiAi irr.
Notice is hereby given that then1 are
own state this year for it insures him . pense was without returns. It is your city’s property, will also add a funds
in the comity treasury lor the re
the coining presidential nomination
oi tiie following eotintv war
J. F. GOELLER. Proprietor.
■ value from a social point of view demption
Attorni /- at-Low.
rants, protested on and prior to Julv 14.
at the hands of the popocrats. and it
The annual report of the state su
1S91. ’ Interest on same w ill
KI.AMATH l\ll>. - - g KEG o N.
Is believed he would be the easiest to perintendent contains the following
Your city may soon become a live- this .late: 4102. 4177, 41 71»,
4195. Plansand Specifications Furnished on All Kinds of
defeat of any man the opposition facts of interest: During the last ly manufacturing center if her citi- 3031, 2995. 4170, 41S2, 3915,
4204, 4282. 42*1, I'.’M. 42IH.
Bui'dings ami Contracting ami Building
school year trfe average length of zens so desire and will all pull to- 40|5. 4250. 4241. 4270, 4254,
3777. 4218, 4O1II. 4315, 43KI,
There is some agitation of the
3054, 4240, 4308, 419
4 0 i.
question of granting women the pri state was 5} months. During the
Mackintoshes and Overcoats at 4214. 4224. 42 9. 4291. 4217,
I.isiviin. . I'rMMix,
4330, 4031, 4: 2 ». s2<8.
vileges of the electoral franchise in preceding year the average over the Duffy’s.
Among the in.‘i tito v.nietv of tu iteri.il an I v >rk fund'd md hv this mill arc : 1
bated at Klamath Falls, Ore., Illis
(*-< I-fi-ri I nil«'»! Mt*|rv I- aih I offir®
this state. We don’t know of any-
Store Fronti». Wood Carving, Stair Kails l‘..dii»-t» rs ami New» I |*» m »I m , Brnvkcta
At I Mk Mr u A »V ‘ lAlHl
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9tli day of Nov.-ni1 rr. 1S99.
H. H. Yax V ai . kknbcro ,
tiling that disqualifies the fair sex in there were 2013 school houses in the
Setoli ami Turned Work, Sasli. P»»»»!“ ami hlm I* C*>rn* r ami Bum* Block*, Kuurd
NO CHANCE AT PRESENT.
and Turned Balusters. Poor ami Window Frames, Pulpits ami Few End«, Shingles,
respect to voting and the matter of state: in 18»» there were 2051. As
It is known that C. L. Parrish had
f)R. P.. J. HOYO.
Builders’ Hardware. Paints and Oil Motddin^ .imltiiass. Elevations and Ih stgns,
whether they ought to have such
exceptionally strong influence exer
Embossed, Ground ami Cut Glass. Wall I'aj* r, Furniture, etc., ele.
liberty or not. probably should be duringtlieyear.it is to be presumed cised in his behalf for his appoint
In the matter of the Estate of Jacob Minikin*,
Best work ami material, and in the la?»-t and im»st approvili styles.
that 28 were abandoned or destroyed.
left to their decision.
ment to an official position in the Notice is* hereby given by the un<lcr’*igne<l.
< Hhri’ <'|»J h »>H i Oj»« rii Hxfi««*
There are now 79 log school houses.
k hiiitiit h I a II n , On*p>n.
of the estati* of Jacob Minikin«. <ie-
The discovery of electricity as we 1956 frame. 15 brick and one stone. military service and it w ill be re executor
ceaseil. to the creditors of. and for all ihtwo *
now know it is just a century old. It The number of persons in the state be gretted that his hopes could mit be present them with the iieces>ary vonchers,
ithin six months aft*»r the first publication of
was in 1789 that Yolta discovered that tween land twenty years of age in 1898 realized, though tire regret would w this
notice, to the said executor at his residence
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it could be produced by putting two was 130.750: in 1899, 132.408. Of have been greater to have seen him one mile east of iMiry in Klamath County, Ore
metals in contact, as well as by the I these. 33.624 were not attending any leave Kiamath Falls, a step which Dated November M. l'W.
Proprietor ef Freight Wagons.
rubbing of glass, and this disclosure Ls school in 1898, and in 1899 the num would necessarily have followed
Executor of the estate of
the basis of the science of applied ber was increased to 35,552. In 1898 angjppointment: Here is a copy of a
W. \V. HAZIIN, Proprietor,
electricity, which now illuminates and the total number of teachers employed letter received by Hon. G. W, Mc
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
to a certain extent moves the affairs was 3693. in 1899 tiie number was in Bride. of Portland, in relatintfto the
Those desiring the services of a
matter in question:
of the world. Franklin drew the sub creased to 3695.
Horses l «».ii led l>\ day, week or month.
dentist should mil at once. Hotel ! ¡\7fvr\7
W ashington . Nov. 2, 1«99. I
tle element from the clouds, but Volta
and Grain bought and sold.
Linkville. Room 2.
placed it within the reach of science
Notary Public, Abstracter,
The mining tow n of Sumpter is said
Du. W m . M artin .
Passengers conveyed to all parts of Southern Oregon
letter of October 24 requesting the
for practical purposes.—Oregonian.
to be very prosperous. Building is appointment of diaries L. Parrish, 1
Conveyancer anti Searcher of
and Northern California at the ver\ lowest rates.
' going on at a tremendous rate. Sev of Klamath Falls. Oregon, as a com-1 Keep your eye on Duffy
Candidate W. J. Bryan lias issued a
Clothing at Dufy's.
eral brick buildings are in course of missioned officer of volunteers, As
<•<>» itr ikh . k
lengthy statement summing up the
i construction, none less than three all officers for the volunteer regi-
results of the election in different
inents recently organized have been
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ft rr f,,t
| stories bigh. Two banks will be in appointed
or provided fur, 1 regret
states and endeavoring to deduce en
n. i|,r Sr.(kn>«'
Hats and Sox at Duffy'»
operation by the 1st of January. that nothing can be done for him.
111«,’ <■( Kl.h.il, nail,
couragement for his party’s future,
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Pure mountain water is being brought Moreover, any vacancies that may
School suits at Duffy’s.
Air*.|H ferii, I...lei,,,, 4 l.ali,,,l,>rr> lire
but liow he can feel especially cheer
lii.uraur.' < , n | an,
to the town from a good stream by occur in the regiments since their
ful over the outcome in any state ex
i gravity process. The class of dwel organization will be filled by promo Big line of men's Clothing at Duffy s.
tions from within those regiments.
cepting Nebraska is a mystery to the
lings are thoroughly up to date, and
Fresh confectionery arriving every
Very Truly Yours,
thinking public. However, it is nat
few days in tiie poetotiiee building. R.
show excellent taste. Electric light
4 W. B. GRIFFITH
E liiiu R oot . Sec. of War.
ural and proper for him to try and
from water power will be furnished. Hon. Geo. W. McBride.
Hun Irods of visitors are in town every
keep up good courage. He couldn’t
Contractor and Builder.
What is most striking to me is the
do otherwise and even hope to make
i magnificent public school building,
bis occupation a success.
i which is the finest structuie in town.
of Miner and some don’t—it takes all
“Boycott the trusts. That's the It now has 180 students in attendance,
Plans anti Estimates Furnish
w-ay to drive them to the wall. Boy
sorts of people to m iko up a world-
ed Free of Cost.
cott the steel trusts—be honest. Quit building is brick, two stories, and fine
gome (not in my) housewives even visit
the soap trust and godirty. Quit the ly equipped for the work. Two news
F KI.AMATH FALLS - - OREGON.
kaughphy trust and don’t cough. papers. both weeklies, are going, and
Boycott the tobacco and chewing gum I there is much talk of a daily. Sump
their orders—we're g|,t | to see thorn just
trusts—don’t get sweet on anybody, ter has a railroad and is soon to have
lEPAHTMElff OF THE I’lTtRIOH.
male or female. Boycott the match two more. Property lias advanced in
the same ami some <hv their eyes will
Gern k <» I
kvevor G kxkh . i . I
trust—don’t get married. Quit the the pxst few months about 1500 per
I’ ort I »'If.OlUf.os.th’tolM'r?*, 18911 I
whiskey trust—drink buttermilk and cent.” Seeing the above in an ex
Hair Cutting a Specialty.
be opened. Good goods—right prices—
sg I Vl.l l» l’lf«»l’i».*•■ \ I.S
WILL I E
»ec«dv»i| h thia ..Hi..* ut.ni
catnip tea. Quit oil trusts—go to change we are reminded that five
■ >’< lock iK«,,i <„, X.•_>) IMM, for
bed at dark. Boycott the coal trust i i months ago we were offered the only
Egg Shampoo--the greatest shampoo on earth
running, in«-p*«tHing and marking in ««■
—the next world will be hot enough newspaper then in that town together
< «>r<biiH,<’ vith «»llicial t*xi*>ling irguhi
fiorii, and nich k |*« í i.d iiir Irnriioi a hm
to make op for any chilliness in this
Razors Honed in first-class shape.
nun I m *
d hi th«* >ur vrtirr Gmoxl,
which it stood for 82100. Why in
llu* Í »II«»M ing dorribvd mu v <* i h , viz . :
Cigars, Candy, Nuts.
the devil we did not take it. is more
In ■ rlpllni, i>|
ironical exchange , than we have since been able to study
b»T of Milt ‘
a very new out. However, here at Klamath Falls
<lí V IMIOIH».
irriage cere there is just as good and perhaps a
l|>. 41 S., K. I w.
’s: “Young better prospect for growth, business
lady, will you promise to take this and enterprise in tlie near future when !
of mi Ira.
l.i’inil nifi»« <)( inilt ni’«» j|N.
helpless young gosling you hold by the Oregon Midland comes along.
♦ l\ fi*» |I2; nml $_<>. |?:i, 20, f.ir Aldini
the hand and see that he wants for
un<l no .HitliT, tomiH’ip miti rrrli»»»»
F AlJ.S, O1V. 4 ‘ ai'l
nothing? Will you guarantee to Stationery at Dufy’s.
•oiiiiccfing I hh m rt*x|w eiivvly ; thè latti r
•tand by him when lie is sick, provide THEOREGON HIDLAND RAILROAD-
ah,| |t2t nini’<25, <23 m-l
fj), lo I h * .illoyied
u |u*|». fi*«* I j O k I h
him with a good suit of clothes twice i
In relation to the benefits to be de
»ili’ iiimiiihtiiHHiP' lit’iivilv lifiilieirtl or
a year, and always see that his supply
<,o\(,rt,<| ui li <lciov ninh*r«/ioM lli.
rived by tiie building of tlie Oregon
RATES, $1.00 PER OAT.
Borni, ivitli npptoval H<*«*tiriti»^ for ili«»
sf stove wood is dry and convenient,
Midland R. R.. a gentleman residing
hiitliinl p«*iior iiirii (*<» o( ito» contra**G
till the divorce courtssliall intervene? • - .
'Aill I h * n<|iiirvd of thè succciihìii I Ini-
in Jackson county who has large in-
If you feel like taking a little matter i
a .»2 141
I In* 1 ¡irlit in ri’H*rv«’il t » ri’jin’l nnv »mi
like that, deposit $20 with me as a
the following interesting and appro
¡ili I» h I m , to mhìvo h*(*|ini<*iil i I i ìvì M a , nml
guarantee that he will l>e taken care
toacci’pi iiih pmtof any libi, or n Jv t
priate letter to which we take pleas
vf and take the gosling and light out.
! Hie «>iI ht pait, il ilo» iiiterents of ll«e
ure in calling the attention of our
LOCATE» IX THE IIEAKT
Tla; I rry,
govi’iDiurni irqniro it.
l’ropoHiil.M miiMt Le Hiib’iiitted in «Inpli
• ah* Io ih«* tiiuh*rKÌ^fii*(|, hih I rndorAed
The people of Klamath county will
A shland . O be .. N ov . 11,189».
<»n thppiiveloiM*, *‘I* io | m « bu I a (or ExvcuG
N. BOURGEOIS, P ropr , etor .
have railroad communication with tile
Win. Huse & Son,
Hijz ruhlic >iirvi*yM.”
rest of the world in the not distant
Ili«- propoMulH rvreivvd u ili la» niwn«,«l
Klamath Falls, Or?.
fio* tino* iiih I pinci» Atat«*«l.
future, if the plans of the Oregon
I have been reading what you sav
ar»* ihviieil to ho pr« M*iit al Alidi o | m * ip
Midland Company, which was or in your paper of the advantages to
mg reasonable rates. Free’bus toan.l fmu, a|| tr.„|lH
c'l.v y gi
I *irtb«*r inforiiintifHi in rcgnrd to Ih«’
ganized at Ashland a few days ago be accrue to voui city when the railroad
CLOCKS, SILVERWARE AND SPECTACLES KEPT IN STOCK. AT
"oik vili I h * fin iiìm | h *<| npon applicntioli
carried out, and there is considerable reaches t here.
lo I In* iiidorMignpfl.
PRICES AS LOW AS FIRST-CLASS GOODS
evidence that they will be. The rich
I have to day answered an inquiry
(Sigmd) BOBKirr A. iiabeiimiam »
resources of the Klamath basin are of parties looking for a community
I . S. Biirv«*yor-(ieneml for Oregon*
not the only attractions for a railroad desirous of installing a sugar beet
»ver the route proposed, which tra plant.
If ever you should need such a thing
beseht land , final proof —
verses large bodies of the finest yellow
I estimate that the people of this. As a watch, or a chain, or a nice linger ring;
notile for i iuh . ication .
and sugar pine timber in the world- Jackson county pay enough profit each
iMTKh HT.vrr.x i.ANii ornt'k. »
one holding of this amounts to 40,000 year above the cost of making sugar ll your watch or your jewelry should need .some repair,
I.AKKVIKW. IfSEno», (h'tohi'r II. I»W .
Natl, i- I,.
K,,,.,, ,|IH, IJ ma I \|.MI'S,
acres, and all of it could afford to con to pay for a factory; and when sugar Or, (ora ( hristmas present, some good silverware,
"1 Mi rrili, lfregón, h«» il|. .| „„ h ,..... . ini. titlofi
10 ni,,1.,. proof ,,0 I,,.r
IHO.I claim. N".
tribute a liberal bonus for the privi sold at a less price beets were worth JuM’givo
an a call and get a square trade,
320 acres good farm land. 200 acres in
asi , for tío- M, i, of sw i
,,f Her. IS, Tp <1 •»<
lege of being brought into rail com- »4 a ton. which means fill to 100 dol
11 II I . IV M., ffrcgoii hi-tori* <*. II Withrow,
cultivation, ail fenced, fair dwelling
lor one dollar saved is two dollars made.
' ""'O' < l'rk. «i Kliimuth »•■11«, Oregon, on
house and barn. Good water, (’ash
mideation with tiie active lumber lars an acre to the farmer.
min r. isfer
rent or wheat in mill at thrashing time.
•She iiiiiiit'N iii«> ftiiioMing vihni’RM'M t<> provi’
markets of the country. The route
Your natural advantages for a
no- coinplrip irrlgutlon mol n-cliiiiRtion •'!
ApplytoC. I,. I’AKitian.
*,»i<l I aih I: John Hotinrr, of KlnmAth F a I*»
M> feasible and there is therefore no packing house can hardly !»■ ovcrestl-
•’ ii ’ lmhi ; b i Vmi Brimmer, of KlAiiiAlh F a II***
• Felt boots at Duffy’s,
\r'<l»*or<!’ WII mhi , of Merrill, Oregon»
KIIIRMA V. Proprietor. • • •
Klamath Falls Planing Mills,
EXCI L\.\( ;i
J. B. MOORE,
Visitors Welcome! i
Everything First-class and Up-to-date.
Corner Main and
LI | U i Til I? (I IU T
T. F. MINER,
IXLAAIA1 ¡I ÎALIA
Fine Line of Gents’ and Ladies’ Watches and
Chains, Gold and Gold-filled Jewelry.
J. n. nooRE,
dir Two Doors Below Postoffice.
' Imrli'- WII miii , »if \«i rrlll. Oregon.
1. M. lill.VI ¡AIS, III »liter.