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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1900)
ny quarters of th,« world, keeps
price Is'low the proportion known
■ ormer times among most other
Lies of agricull lire.
"he Orange Judd Farmer, well
Í■ mil as an authority on agrieultu
) Sllbjix'ts. presents a coinpllat loll
he results of our agricultural In-
which Is worth attention.
• aggregate production of the
ns of the I’nited •slates, in 1899,
•riling to this authority, was *1.-
.IHHI.OOO. as Colli pa ted with ♦ I..
I.ooo.nun In |S9.">. Here was a gain
lie value of product ion id ♦971.-
.uno. It is a sum great enough to
lituate the difference lietvvcen the
d times" of 1*9.1 and the “good
cs" of 1*99.
By the same an-
rity the Increase In the value of
■n prop'ity within this period was
298.......,000, and at t lie same I line
■¡cere.ise of ♦28(1,0011.OtHI III I lie
Saint of mortgages on farms.
WIlesc figures show that in spite of
depression in the wlieat market
f.ll liters of the I’nited States are
Ing a large share In the gem-ral
Undoubtedly the •• are
iv whose condition is - not ¡til
led. ami girne peri» ips wh ie con
on never can be for clreumstan-
ls>th In the world of matter and
heir own world of man are not
• Table to their "getting ahead;''
I on the whole t lie condii ion of t lie
B nlllg population shows steady Im-
■n our I'acitie Northwest States
liy farmers who were in debt some
(rs ago have lieen able recentIv to
jl their cr> | s whether it has liven
!• to do so. or not. < tuner* of live
[•k have seldom done Is ttcr than
ling the last two years.
llern conditions more and more de
Ms on skill and management,
¡s is bis-oming the rule in farming
píte as much as inerrant ile. nianu-
I luring anil other pursuits. Some-
Lies there Is ••¡nek.”
all tilings else,
es as a
Third Door West of Postoffice,
The ladles of Klamath Kalla and vicinity are cordially Inviliti to
call and examine nur tine assortment <>f millinery
Wc have -the latest
Styles ol Ladies’
A nice lim • ot Laces, Braids, Hdkfs.,
Silks, Chiffons, Veilings, Shirt Waists,
exci i A.x<
—ANI» olì It 1
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor.
ent»’ linen landkercldefs at F. E.
eery thing at Dutfy’s.
THE SAN FRANCISCO
P acific coast .
If you want
ST NEWS SERVICE.
EST L ì TER a RY FEATLRES. the best Seeds
BEST ART PRODUCT.
...... ...... .. ,
du.-ts of th • I'nited .states, some
th" pr sent time bear low pri
while of others the prices may
If wheat is loi
litily diti MiiJiv. By Mui, Mi '■■ year.
though in fact it is m t as low by
percent as the prices of a few y<
Sniitiiiy, By Mail. >i.’d) p r year.
ago—cotton is well up in price.
Weekly. Iti hives, *i ¡¡er ynr.
so is wool. f'<>tton Is tit) per
higher than it was three <,r
ye irs ago. while tin- advance in wool
Address all Communica-
has been even greater. Corn, under tions to
W. S. LEOKE,
present prices, is a highly profitable
crop in all 'ic c >rn growing stat -s.
Wheat lias a much wider rang ■ of
growth: and ' h ■ gi<-it suppiv, iii.u *Srin FrfinclMVo
t a • ■*
E LEADING FAMILY PAPER
Our own growing
The handsomest and most corn-
plcte Catalogue we ever is.Sll«*<|
sent free, if you state In what
you are most Interested !• I< »V* -
■ is. Vegetables, or Small Emits.
JAMES VICKS SONS.
Rochester, N. Y.
Anyone sending n ■ ketdi and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably f>>.I ent able. < omtuuniea
I loti« at r let I y r< >nfl<1ent lai. Ilandbo<>h«>1> I'atetila
sent free < »l>1e«t ngct i v for Securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn A to. r»«'«!ye
tprr-ki/ nolk/, without charge. In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly
rulalloti of any <*< lentItb- !>urnaJ. Term«. •' a
year; f■ >tir rn<>ntha, 11. H>»M by ail ftowadealer«
MUNN i Co.’—— HewYork
Branch tin *«. O& F Ht^ Washington. 1». <
Heavy cot ton hose for aprltg' wrar
at E F. Httsc's Millinery.
loo.acre fatui for sale In Langcll
I n right.