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Published every TliurM», by
IV. HUSE á SON,
■VRISC* 1 PTION rater :
510 year (tn advance)
Advertising at reasonable rate*.
Puguhst Corbett is finding much
support among New York democrats
ns a candidate for the I'nited Slates
There is no reason why
brawn and gristle should not compote
favorably with the wealth of that
body of pecuniary aristocracy.
We came from the corn and popu
list state of Nebraska, where a repub
lican candidate stands about as much
show as a snow ball would in Texas.
AVe had become hardened to seeing
republicans go through the tortures
of defeat and hence resuscitate and
regain our equilibrium more quickly
after witnessing such an emotional
and trying ordeal than we otherwise
Next in order in the line of politics
is the presidential campaign which
will soon be on in full force. Having
its state and county election in .lune.
Oregon has no local interests inc lv-
ed in the battle of ballots next No
vember. It is different in must'of
the eastern states.
They do the
whole thing at once, and their way is
much cheaper and altogether better.
During years of presidential eani-
paigns, Oregon must bear the I? in-
creased expense and annoyance of
Were the republicans never defeat
ed. how in thunder could they learn
to appreciate the pain ancLanguish of
defeat? Isn't adversity a good thing
occasionally to teach one a proper es
timate of success?
I.et a man live
along in riches and ease for an ex
tended period and he becomes careless
and indifferent and an easy victim of
Sooner or later he goes
down to wreck and despair. Then he
success. Probably it is the same
with a political organization. Con
tinued success nukes it rcckkss and
too confident and it falls an easy prey
to thè alert and hungry opposition.
And then, reanimated, it tackles the
task of recuperating.
An Exchange says: More than one
thousand divorced Californians have
been wedded at Beno. Nevada, in the
past three years.
The business is on
the increase and the little city is pre
pared for the regular trade.
Linn alone has united over three
hundred divorced Californians.
the days of his monopoly are over for
there are now active, vigorous preach
er competitors in his way.
two they arrive over the state line
with small grips, go to the Riverside
hotel, the sign of which is painted
high, in full view, on the gable ends
of a three-storv, ell-built house,
above the second-story windows.
Clerk Porter is called and goes on is
suing licenses up in the second thous-
Miss Conroy is a professional
witness, always on hand,
nue thus obtained in the 1 It tie town
of six thousand souls Is wonderful.
It is called Gretna-Green, but the
old name suffers hr its namesake.
The greed of
wealth is a seductive and treacherous
aspect of unrighteousness, asserting
the falsehood that a man’s life con
sists in the multitude of the things
that he possesses.
It is the gr.-at
hardener of hearts.
nelthe? justice nor mercy.
I i'll SALE <>03 acres of land, of
v uutry are more promising as s'.ie. ;>
soger, s are plow land and the
pastures than as tilled fields or cat tie
it border« Tide
pastures. The Massachi si I ts , t ion balance wild hay.
of tlie New England Woe'groweis' lake and is wholly covered by the
A xfi eia tieli hasl>een meet ing in Green ditch. All under fence, good liotme.
Can lie bought tor «13
field ami discussing sheep-raising as a barn. etc.
means of redeeming the aliandoiied per acre. Inquire at this olllce.
farms in the western part of the stall1.
Footing, insertion, lace and linen
Comment ing oil this, the Bost<m lawn I. r handkerchiefs. at E E
I'ranseript expresses the opinion that Huso's millinery.
a tha'k of strong and vigorous sheep
would pay any farmer in the state,
even if he did not get 10 cents:! pound
for the wool. Dog-tigiit wire fellC-
ing is cheaper than the old stone
wails were and "for seven or eight
months in a year enough gms to
waste on even a well cattle-stocked
farm to keep in thrifty condition six
or seven sheep to the a Te.” To rii h
men who are buying large tracts of
New England land the Transcript
suggests that sheep areas picturesque
as captive deer or mangy buffaloes,
and much more profitable.
sheep improve the farms and the
deer ami buffalo simply bring back
tlie wi'derness. Even in tlie West
for several years the mutton sheen
has been crowding out the woolsheep,
and some arrangement by which the
Massachusetts farmer could market
his mutton in Boston in competition
with mutton from the Chicago pack
ing-houses would encourage sheep
raising. The ccntrolling element in
these things is apt to be adaptablity;
that is. tlie line of least resistance.
Under any and all tariffs sections
adapted for profitable sheep-raising
will pretty certainly enlarge their
flocks while others willcontract them.
Tariff contentions, one way or tlie
other, are fast losing their power to
interest or convince.
The Stock of General Her-
A. D CARRICK,
DI Al l R IN
A REPLA TO LETTERS.
Two gentlemen residing at Halsey.
Or., eaclt wrote a letter to AV. Mc
Clure a few days ago. and made in
quiries as to this county, being desir
ous of coming and locating here. Mr.
McClure has handed us the letters
and requests us to answer them.
In reply, then, to the letters, we
will s v that Klamath county is one
of the best in the world for stock
The land is rich, although
in some localities it needs more irri
gation. Wages for labor are high,
although the demand for it is not so
great as it will I k - when the railroad
com. s. as then a great amount <f
building and improvement will givean
abundance of employment to every
mechanic and laboring man.
As Loth of these gentlemen are per- ■
haps aware, this county is favored
with one of the grandest tracts of
timber in Oregon, among which are
sugar pine, yellow pine, fir, etc., all
As soon as railroad
communication can be opened with
the outside world, so that timber and
lumber can be sent to market, there
will for twenty-five years to come be
a great field for a hundred new enter-
pris s. Immense sawmills will sprii g
up in every direction, and thes? will
require more stores and shops, more,
indeed, of everything and every busi
ness which are necessary in a densely
settled country. There is one mill
already contemplated, which will em
ploy 250 hands.
This will mean
nearly as many families, and these in
sure the building of a town of which
the mill will lx- the nucleus.
the imnier.se fallsand rapidsof Klam
ath river at this place, it may reason
ably lx? predicted that not only saw
mills. but tanneries, paper mills mak
ing paper from white lir timber, ma
chine shops, furniture and box fac
tories, woolen mills and many other
.iniilar enterprises will be made prof
The best way for a man who thinks
of coming here, is to first come and
look over the field and see for him
self the prospects for the future.
Come and make a cool and impartial
investigation and see what business
would be tlie best to engage in.
This is a healthy count ry, the people
are friendly and hospitable, and when
the railroad comes, it will rightfully
>>e considered the best part of the
state to locate in.
ing submission to its assumptions I ,S11:l<^e8 anf' Mattings.
and demands, less independence of its il||(l numerous photographs of parlo.',
behests, less confidence In tlie super- bedroom
,M'drooin an 1 I dining r<xnn
iority of other motives and other sat of every description.
Call and see his
isfactions, less contentment with and first-class.
modest compensations of industry, goods and prices.
less cheerfulness in conscious recti
One wav to be happy—go to Kv
tude in a humble lot, in sobriety, in Taylor for hair cut an<l shave, smoke
frugality, in sacrifice, in domestic 1 Henry ( lav cigars and vote tlie re
simplicity, in social helpfulness.
For News of the World
Read the San Francisco Bulletin.
Fifty cents per month, including
large 2«.page Sunday edition. Send
for sample copy Io The Bulletin, 233.
Kearney St., San Francisco.
FOR SALE- G40 acresunder ditch,
’P'"1 • ' acre; 610 acres, under the
ditch, 410 per acre; 328 acres, one of
the I» st ranches in the county, $30
per acre: 160 acres for »«OO. iimnlre
nt this < like.
10 A. M.: Parade.
11 A. M.: Oration and Musi
cal Program at Court House
1 P. M.: Base Ball (¡ante lor
purse of $50.
3 P. M.: Horse Races at the
One-half mile and repeat,
One-half mile dash, $25.
One-half mile dash, (sad
dle horse,) $10.
Liberal purses will be given
for other events, such as foot
races, jumping, etc.
Grand Ball in the
Evening Given by
$42 io $75.
GEO. T, BALDWIN,
Extra.* for all kinds of Machines and a Good
Stock to select from.
At Klamath Falls.
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY
Under the Mamagement of
the Klamath Falls
MARTIN & CO.
fouls charity with insincerity and os
tentation. It poisons tlie ingenuous
ness of youth. pollutes the wisdom of
life, makes age un'enerable and
death a degradation.
Yet the con
viction can hardly be avoided that
this insane greed has become the con
trolling passion in the lives of a large
and infiuential body of our people.
It sways every aspiration and rule-
“A BREL'NER FIAN”
every activity w ith a presuming and " ill be in iown For the Fjrst Time,
audacious authority never before so i
Mr. Henry Ranson, representing
plainly manifest. In Hie senate, the
greatest Mail Order
college and tlie church, as well as in
the market, the shop ami the parlor, House, will be at Hotel Linkviile’s
it makes its baleful spirit evident. fainple room next Tuesday and Wed
Tlie worst of the matter is that there nesday with samples of the very ]at-
Ruga, Lace Curtains.
seems to be a steady increase of cring- *'s* ‘ i_
Oregonian: The attention of tlie
American Economist, which contri
butes to the Dingley law increase of
sheep in state:, wh re there bins been
an Increase, is invited to those states
where there lias been a decrease. 1 n
New England for example, sheep-rais
ing has declined. not withstanding the
increasing demand for mutton and
the further fact that the stony hill
sides of much of that section of th -
C ounty ...
hire cable, hay cars, blocks, etc.; iron, steel and heavy
hard* a e. Give me a call and I will fit you out bicycle extras
and supplies. Bicycles repaired i a neat and workman-like
AUCTION SALE EVERY SATURDAY FROM 10 10 3.
Under New Management.
.11. A7/;/¿V.4M Proprietor.» •
SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL
IN THE CITY GOOD VIANDS
T. F. MINER, Salesman.
are funtls in thè town tieasiirx t-> pii
all warrant* up lo ami induillng V S
KLAMATH FALLS, - - OREGON. <196, -, '*. <»''.>, 7"o. 7>’l. 7>>2. 79'1. 704
7<<5, 7" ì. 7<>7. 7<>8. 70'1, 71". 711. 712,
713. 711. 7IÓ. 7l'i. 717. 71’. 7I >.
CRED II. MILLS,
721. 722. 723. 721. 725, 72-i, ’.27.
Aprii 3, l'.iOO.
.1. W. StEMHXS.
K lamath F alls , — O regon .
Notice l or ¡’ubhualiou.
Ih*p:irtnirnf of the Interior,
Land < Mtit <• at l.ak< \. ">\. <
Notary Public, Abstracter.
May 21, I'. h - g ,
Conveyancer and Searcher of Notice is hereby giv»*n ih.it th»* i 1
lowing named >rtth r ha* til* I notice of
his intrntn n to make final |>r<*o( it. sup
OFFICE IX I ■ I kt not -E.
poll of In* . laim, and that *.u l pr<>o(
will be made before <
Mv CDîiiicctîon with tl:-' A> m «M*r’'-» < fini» for t’ounty C letk at Kiamatli • alb-, <»r., n
eiRht y«-nr* ghi ih *‘ the botknowl- Junesft, lt*00. viztJolin \
edge of Klatnath realty. J po-»e>8 the only E. X’o.J.UI 1« rthe \W»4i.i M \ M ....
••Present ()‘ a H*T-hip’’ r«•• • r<t in K J hihhi I i < •>» h -
‘4 Lots I »•< 2. >ec 17 Tp. 41 S. It. h
tv. Agent for the l»udou de I.nn< K>bire Fire
E. \\ ill. Mer. (hegon. He names tln-
iollowing witneHM« to prove hi* con
TIMBER LAND. A CT .UNE.!. 1878. tinuo:»* resi ten« • np<<n an*l c iltiv.di-.it
of sai l land, viz: >. I’ ( "X, i <rd.
NOTH E FOB PI BLK'ATION.
(’ab, l> L Gordon, <» W
Olev ail of Ketio. (heg‘*;i.
E. M. BKATTAIN, !h/i-fr.
I'NITED «TATES I.AND OFFICE,I
I.AKi:v:i:iv, < ItoK.os, May 12, 1900 >
Notice is lii-rcby giv -n that in com
pliance with tlie provisions of tlie act of
j Congress of Julie 3,1878, entitled "An
I act for the sail1 of tiuil>er land" in the
In tlie County Court of Klai-.atb
states ,-t California. Oregon. Nevada,
ami Washington Territory,’’ as ex county, <>rvg* ii .
In the matter of the »•«‘late
tended to all tlx- Public Land State“
by art of Aii'.oist 4. ¡S'.»2. Henrietta Il. Butin, dt ci'ii-i'tl.
?v»iice is hereby given, that
< ialarneau, <4 Klamath Falls. County of
Klainatli. State oi Oregon, lias this <lai Butin, ex’-rutrix » ! mid »i*t
tiled in this ollice lu-r sworn statement Bled in said court an«! caiiMp,
No. 197, for the purchase of the K half account of her adminiptratior
of NW qmirier ami ,«\V quarter of NE ewtate.and that by order of -
quarter and NW quarter of SE quarter <if duly ina<h* an<l entered, th»« tl
at 1“ji <•’« !<h k m
.«ection No. .".4, in To unship No. 38 S.. of July,
Range No. <1 E., ami will offer proof t< noon of «lid day, Iwinx th*-
show that the land sought is more valu of tlie next regular tcriu <»f m
able for its timlx-r or stone than I >r ag at thr >ui t i ■ • >;u in the count« co
ricultural purisises, ami to establish hel hoiiMv of paid county an<| Mat«-, |tS|. |H
claim to -aid land before the Register
al.il Receiver of tIds office at f-akevoai.
Oregon, on Friday, the goth day <>i
J'llv. l'.sio. She names as witne.-ses;
Melissa Brandenbuig. <4 Klamath Falls,
Oregon ; ('. J. My, <>i Picard, < alifornia :
J. II. Whitcomb, of I’i, aid, California;
I J. W. Brand,'tilling, of Klainatli Falls
Oregon. Any amt all pm-oiis claiming
adversely the above-described lands arc
requested to file their claims in this of
fice on or before said Stilt day of Julv,
! NITED STATES IA NI > 11| ||< 'E >
E. M. BRATTAI.N, Register.
L aki . vii M , Oi r.mis, May J2, l'»o.
Notice i- beo bv given that in < ■>,,,
pliaiic,-witli tin- I'i'ivr-i'U.« <4 t|„. il(-t
< ‘ 'oligre
■ c- s .June 3, I : ■ .
In tlie County Court <4 tlie State of act for the sal,' of timber lamls
Oregon, for Klamath County.
stales of < alifornia. Oo gnn,
In tlie matter of tlie Estate of IL II. ami Washington Territory," N* vaila.
l.emled to all the Public Lind I States
. Notice is hereby given bv tlie under- by net of August 4, 18'12, JohnW
■igned administralor of said estate that Brxmlenbiirg, of Klamath Falls ( .„ml,
lie lias filed his final account of said es of Klamath, Mate <4 Oregon, ha- tlo -
tate in the office of the County Clerk, of day filed in lids ollice his sworn state
Klamath County.Oregon, ami that tlie
moot No. 2"3, for lb,, purchase of t|„.
Honorable County Court, of said Khun-
alb County Oregon lias by order, made HopRm,g,’."
ami entered in the alsrve entitled court i oft.'r nront to showil >-, i ’ i
,'1 " 1
ami cause, designated nml appointed 1 i- mor,. , du
lim 3rd day of July, A. D., ItHM), as tl,,. u,",. ' . 'J''
r --r .......
time for the hearing and srutlem-uit of e-iabli-h'In- . laim ' I »’
8«id I "ml AC.... mt, and for the hearing ,|„
of objections thereto, if any there be
Of iill this persons may take due notice , 201 li div o|" ’.I ttVv*, ’¡'"M "llJ 'm,n' ' 'l"
and govern tlmuiiselv,-- accordingly.
| Wilm s-..-;
If,’ wi.im, .Jb.cMv.,,:','
J. W. Hl MENS,
ahfornia;C..I. My, ,4 pl,,1„|i (.ah:
Ax the administrator of th.) c-tute of I i''ill-,'’<i ’ '
I!. If. Dodson, Dccea-ed.
lais Ore; on; Ih-nimthi Calmmoi
» ' ■ '
<>. » «I X t > n ■ a-<l ' ■ ■ i • - r <
FALLS PLANING MILLS.
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
Plans nml Specifications Furnished on z\ll Kinds of
Buildings and Contracting and Building
on the InstalIllicitt Plan.
z'!■«-ii'thnt«« v.irt<-tv <4 iicitvri.d iiinl work furnialir4 Io thin rniH upf ;
St*»i- I r <i H,
«I t arviiig, Stair Bail*, B¿ilii'*t» r** and \rn»-|
Ih .un, latti i « ati*l ( »¡I. .M<<ul<linif nnd Ghi«« i.h'valionn aud
’ hhijhi mol (’nt (»la«**, Wall l,n|M,r» I »in itnrv,
B* fl uutk an I material» ut <1 tn I tv lat* anti m<»rl apprised «trio.
I A.\< lie
-------- AND on ICE---------
Klamath Falls-Merrill Stage Line,
W. W. IIAZHN, Proprietor,
lloiscs boarded l’V day, werk or inoiith.
llisy ami Griiiu bouglit and sol-l.
fhL'cis roiiv<*ycd Ioidi pnrts <>f Southern Oregon
.iii>l N' iihern ('aliiornia al thè very lowot rah-s.
* y •
In Order To
Goods Cheap. \
Call And See US.
!' 1 ' '
«H the Public Lumi Ktntex
• <’• G tniM », i’'1?. II.on f-.
I ' "1'i' !||i >>t hbiiiiaili I alls. Conntv of
KI.in.alb Mute i,| Oregon, Ims litis day
I' "'I n II,i-
j14 hUfl||, slut, |UI.,,i
-' l.l i it,,, piirchnse i f tlm ,NW
No. 8, ill Township
I’iinge No. 6 E , ami will offer
show Unit tlie lumi sought is
-1 " I'- for ns I iml er or i On.,
" ' ' I"' .igiii'iiltiiial pm po-, s nml to
' ilim to -.0.1 Imiti before
"land Heceiver of thlxofilce
!’rigon, on Fii'luv, the
"I July, I'.mo. R,, names ns
' ' I'dm W. Bruitdeiilnirg, of
y-matl, I.,iN. Oogon; ('..I. SI,: of
■ "* ' ifomia; Melissit Bramlett-
un lit so. I1H, for the ptirchxse of *»’•*
,-W quniti-rnf Sei-tioti so. 31 ml ,wl1'
ship so. 38 S,, l'ulivo mi . *> E-. Xll'l w,o
ol'i r ptool Io show thlit III«' land soilgl'*
is mon- vx I iih I>I«< for its limlx r or stone
limn for Hgrii iilturul put ihihc “.
establish her i Imiti Io suit! land l>i'f"r"
tin- Iti yoler miti Iteeeiwr of tl"'
al l.nkovioM. Oregon, on Ftiih'V, »"*
PKOFESSIOXAl, I A U.S.
2I>||| tlav of July, ItsMl, She tumi-'" ’’
wilnessex: II. I’. < oilnrnemi. "I Kk,nl"
itili I nils, Oregon ; I lent iettn<inl.ir"-'"'1'
JOHN S. ORR,
of Klamath Fullx, Oicgon ; <'■ J-
I*ieiiri|, <'itlifornifl i Eugene Spi ti-'er-’
Keim, Oregon. Aov nml all lH'r"J*n|
ehiiming tulversely tlm itluive dosent*
K lamath F alls , - O regon .
landa me leqncateil Io file llietr -J*1'''"
to Hits ollii-o oo or b' foru the slii'l "8
• ' 1 ............. 'll l ulls, Oregon ; Eu dayof.lolv, l-.MNi.
I’'1"''. <>f Kenn, Oregon, Any
[J ¡RAM I. MURDOCH,
I'i. Al. BR \ IT A IN, Registe!''
'■ i ,'"1 I-'-""- ' Inimiiig u.lvei-elv the
■' i ’.'.’ i ' i ' '
" l| ,1“i"Ih ai" requested to
in thia i ll., e nn oi bo>
day of July inon
Office near Postoffice.
n l p<
claiming advr r-. ly i| ,.
.nboye -lesenlM'd lands llr,. nipmste.l l„
Ki.i math F alls , - O hktiox .
I file their claims in this offii:., m, ,,r |, .
Notice ix hereby given that there are
fiiri-li! in tli<‘county treasury for tlie re - foie said 2Ulli dav nf Ju|v pssi
Proprietor of Freight Utaqons.
1 xí'.'ii'Á.’.''^1’' U T" XE;I. 1878.
E. M. BRATTAI.N, Register.
QEO. S. NICKERSON,
demption of tlie following county war
rants, protested on and prior to Aug. 21.
1891. Interest on same* will cease from
Everything done will'
TIMBER LA NO. ,\( TJI’NE.3 |H-H
llii*- date : 151.3, 4515, 4197, 4 179, •I
1 X,|T fisi All > I.ANDOI FICEj
neatness «ml dispatch
•s"1 R i, for pi BLK V|
1235, 15I.S, 1521, ll-il,
K lamath F alls , - Ominox.
4481, i Hi,
■'K l vii n , > tei o,,s- ^|lty |2, |9 ihi .(
!53H, 4.>20, 4193, 4477, 44H3, 1554, 4, >46,
>'i'en timi in coni-
451'1, 1191,4175, 1459, 1545, 4510, 4 UH),
' om/r "
l,l"vi>“ms ni Ilio nel ti(
DRS. HARGUS AND STRAW,
1172, IFI!, 4537, 4509, 4 IS>1, 1170, 1544,
• • ' '
' J ’ « H' I' |(
I.um-3, | h 78, t-ntiH.-.l "Al,
453'i, 4507, 4187, lini, 4582, 4531, 1543,
akcvii w , Onmos,
Oionos, Mav 12, P nh ,' j
h té . <
r I""-'-I" II»'
Physicians and Surgeons, 4255, 5520, -1198, 4 180, 4407, 4247.
Notice is hereby given tl, ,i
ahfornin. Oregon, Nevinhi
P,l"""""ilht|„- p: .'i-'„
C”,n' ' . ' nrlimim,,,
Ihitediit Klamath Falls, Oregon, this i < ongn -s nf June 3, 1878
l"'-l *..... .
Olfll k: ciilivood Co.', I>rng Store.
I ,1 I I 4 fl.H I I . .. .- |
12th day of April, 1900.
' oi AnguM |( |W|2
«perl»l attention to .11- •».<•, ,,t the E;., I lir,
II. H. V<v V,t Ki vucno,
;sl"<''8 "I Cnlifornla. Oregon
<m l 'hi . hi .
County Tr< astiter. .«ml Washington Teoitniy," Nevada,1
<>l !>I- goti, lina - bis
‘rompt nml careful afh-nlmn
' -x- ,|.,V
"' ibis t.fiicv bei suoni tinto
to all o deis..............................
THE HARDWARE DEALER,
Klamath Falls, Or.
J. B. MOORE,