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COLVKJ FOR MCKINLEY.
Kin!«" van by any porslbillt v I m - inter
im ted as simply a rebuke to McKin
ley anil "imperialism." Every man
wiio refusrs to vote fot McKinley
takes liis stand with tlie »¡xwllea of
io to 1; witlt the Chicago anarchists;
with the enemies of civil service re
form: witti those who would destroy
the Army and leave our cities at the
merev of mobs; with Croker In New
York’. Tillman in South Carolina. .’.It-
geld in Illinois, l.entz In Ohio, and
flat k In Montana. He does IBs tiest
to make these men mid their Ideals
supreme in the United States and to
advertise to the world that wo have
sueeumlH-d to tlie unworthy elements
that wen1- successfully resisted in 1896.
It is an unpleasant res|8insibility;
hut it cannot be evaded.
Overcoats at Deify’».
MARTIN & CO.
Whereas my «if«’, title Vi"' "•
It isv- el I- n mu that De Wit t's Witch
Tlie Fort land Oregonian of Tues
Hazel Salve «¡11 Imai a burn an I stop did un <»r atMiiit the -’•th
the (Kllll at once. It will cun’ eczema last leave my liou -<. ls’4 i"11' "
Published vYtr)' ThurwUy by
William M.Colvig. of Jaekkonville.
and skin diseases and ugly wounds wilhohl just cause m pi- '■ e--; '■
one of the l--ading lawyers of Oregon,
and sores. It is a certain cine L-r and fails io ri turn, muhe i- tiei.n.
and a Ih-mocratlc warhorse of the old
piles, Uoi.nterlelts mil) I m ) offered given tn all peisiuis i"4 to liail - i’ "
school, has come out against Bryan.
E dito «» and RxofaiixotiH,
vow. See that vou get tlie ormlnal trust tier on my ac.ounl .»» I
Four years ago Mr. Oolvig loyally sup
n.iv uo debts, acci tints
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve,
• I MCSirtlON ksT»l
ported Bryan, ami was known as one
llalli s minie or 11 nt ..a teil I'.' I-1
l’adgett & Sons, Keno.
Oi, y»»r (in avvince)
r.’ co of the best campaigners the l»eiuocracy
amt alter tills date.
T hursday , O ctober n. 1900: had in Oregon. But he can't stand
Winter clothing st Duffy'».
Dated nt llomin. i. < ' ’g""- heptem
. the Bryanite doctrine of haulingdown
, her 29, I'.’ito.
tlie Hag, and bas declared for MeKin-
l>\vu> U nm 'V
troubles you. Most likelv you suffer
! ley and R<*>aevelt. in a letter to
i George A. Steel, chairman of tlie Re-
Cure digests what you eat ami ghes UMBER I «ND. UT H NI' i 1<S-
' publican State Committee, offering
the worn out stomach perfect rest.
NUTH F. FoR I I Bl H All"'
i his services for the campaign, Mr. Col-
It is the only prejiaratloti known Hint
UNITED st' \ 1’F.s I \\D "I I l‘ 1 '
completely digests all classes of fissis;
“There are a goodly numberof Itein-
I AkKVIK«. OKEi.OV. An^U-l ’•'* II
that is why It cures th.- worst cases of
lociatsin this (Jackson) county, who.
Nelin- is In ii l-i u'“'" ,l"1 11 ’ ' '
Winter clothing at Duffy’s.
i indigestion apd stomach trouble after
WILLIAM M c KINLEV;
, for the s;ike of party, might I m - li-d
i.liam-v with tlm . ........... -I th«’
considetahly out of the wav on purely
Photographer Chan. Bae, hlet will lo
Coligli-- of .IHIX' 3. 1878, i ntuii I
I economic questions relating togovern- cate fora: bort timein Klam.t'.h Falls.
uct loi tin- "alv "I tinilsT lii'ul’ i"
: mental affairs, but when they are re- Photo's from 25 cents a dozen up. help but do you gm d. J. I., l’adgett btai«** nf Crtliïurni», thugon, \«\a •
Ct Sons, Keno.
mid Wmdrinitloii I'. i titoi.'
quired, as now, by their leaders to Gallery near Electric Cash Store.
ed to nil tin- I’ubli.' I imi stat' * "
. take a position that makes them feel
the mckinle V club .
ret "f Aliali"! ». IM'S. " '■
Felt boots at Duffy's
' like American cowards, they will not
Plans «nd Specifications Furnished on All Kinds ot
A special meeting of the Wm. Mc I go. Some of us place our love of
Suite of t’iihf--rni.i. lui- ibi- -l " •H*’1*11
Buildings and Contracting mid Building
Kinley club of Klamath Falls is cal led
Nolie«- is hereby given, that tin- State tliis otlii e lo"-worn atiiti "n "t N"
household that uses One MinuteCough
i its destinv far above partv lovaltv."
on the Installment Plan.
to meet at the Cotirt House on Satur i I Mr
be in Portland
Octo- Cttre, the only h -.rinless remedy that tlie purchase ol the following iiametl See. 31. ami S\ ol 'I ',. “I S.-eti--« >•’
’ . will
immediate results. It is in- places lielonging to the State of Oregon, ;>0, in Townahlp No. .8?
day night, the 13 inst. All members j ber
her 26 or .29 and will deliver a 30 or produce»
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............... for coughs,
colds, croup and to wit:—320 iu-re» known a» V. A. Dun 7'„ E., and will vffer ; mot to -h-«
AUHt-ig tlie infinite variety ,4 material nml work hiriii-h<-d l-v liti* mill sir.
bf theclub are requested to be present. 40-mmute speech at some meeting to fallible
. It will lap place, 1'8) acres known as John tliat the land aonght l» >"
'•‘l Store Ff-nU, W i»-I Csnit-g. Stair linils, lUlwslet» and Newel l'-xt». Bimkrta,
By order of the President.
prevent * consumption.
J. 1.. l’adgett Smart place, and 456.64 aerea known a- ual-le for ila tiinl-er or "tulli- ih in f--r is
J. W. Haiimkar | l ice, nil Mtuate near rii'lllturul pmpo-e». nn-l to i-»tiilill"l' III" -, i.-ll »nd lurned Work, 8a»b, |8>oi»»ml Itlln-I». Corner nn-l It.»",- Ill-xki*.
.t Sons. Keno.
Tlie necessity of free soup bouace
Altamont. Oregon. Abo l5S.Su »< re elaiin to sai-l land iel-re ilio KegtMer in I Turn'd U*l'--"t' '- Door nod It liuli-w Fiumi -, I'ulpH" and Ik w End», Slimgl, ,,
Rubbers at Duffy’s.
W inter clothing at Duffy’s,
in the large cities lias been unknown
known as A. Kin-liner- place and I'*' nini Recviver i l tiri" ottico al I .ito li» w I'-nildi i»' .lai-lwsie. I’mnl« and < nl. M ul-lmg und • ,1a»». I levai i-'iia and (■«'•igiia,
The best method of cleansing the
acres known as C. I.. 1‘nrrisli place and Oregon, on Saturdav, Ilio tulli-l i» -I I h .I- --.d 'in-und ai -I Cut <>la»a, B ull l*a|i r. I iiruituie. i le., etc.
fcince the beginning of President Me-
’ Torturing »kin eruptions, hums and situate near Spring Lake. Klamath Novtinla-r, l’.M-'
kin ley’s administration. Why is
|:,-»t woik mid iiiateiial, and in the laical and moat approved ali lea.
pills known a« DeWitt’s Little Early sores are soothed at once and prompt Coiiutv. Al—» UM acres known as tlie J iieoi-,: S-uneel M ' lo). *4 II -ri*
Melvin Ni-'-r, >l
this thus? Isn’t it because there are Risers. Easy to take. Never gripe.
Hazel Salve, the i>est known cure for nanza, Oregon. Bids will I m received Klauiathoti, t’alifoi nia . Ja-'-'b l-*’*r. ol
no starving armies of idle men as J. L. Padgett
piles. Beware of worthless counter on (uircels of Ham.ikar place. Bids will KlauuitI ioii . t'.iiif-’iiiia . Davi-l l-l.'- k
there wereduringCleveland’s misrule?
Trimmed Hats at Chastain <& ,-tay- feits. J. I.. Badgett & Sons, Keno. lie receive»! by tlie «lerk of said Board ■noie, of Kl.iniatlio*i, California. A. '
at Salem Oregon, Io and ineluiling Octo- ami all l-eraoii» elaiiiiing adver.-ily III»-
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Democracy wanted us to try Cleve
l>er 11th, I960. Terms one-fourth cash, illmve -le« I ll-«-.i lamia aie le»|m-"le»l lo
Rubber boots at Duffy’s.
l-aluiii-e on time at 6 |wr cent. Tlie lite llieir i-lauii" in tln« orto-- i-n-'ib'
At San Francisco prices for 30 days!
land, and we did. What was the re
Dr. W. H. Lewis, Lawrenceville, Board reserves tlie right tn reject any or foie ,:ii l lllth dii' of N’-Veinl-er. 19«)
sult. Idleness, business stagnation All aermetors. pumps, etc., sold by
E. M. i:i: UTAIN. Ri si-ter.
am using Kodol Dys all l>i«l». For further imrtieulaia in-
me during the month of September Va.. writes.
qui-e of tlie undersigiivd, al Klamath
and general disaster. Not satisfied
will be delivered at Ager, Cal., at pepsia Cure in my practice among se rails, Oregon.
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
with its experiments, it now wants San Francisco prices.
Notice l or Publication.
vere cases nf indigestion and find it
Jolix S, Or»«.
an admirable remedy.” Many hun
IX-parlmeiit of Die Interior,
us to try Bryan. But we won't. To
C. H. WlXHBOW.
Attorney for tlie Hoard. I
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
dred» of physicians depend upon tlie
land Olli- e at Lakeview . Ores-nt.
gratify popocratic folly is too expen
■Tacklntoshe* at Duffy’s.
use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in stom-
llorsvH boardvd bv dny, werk or i:.. i.tb,
Notice ia hereby given ll it the f> I
•ach troubles. It digests what you
A FALSE NOTION.
. lowing-natl'ed settler Im- tileil n-ilieeet
eat. and allows you to eat all the good
Notice For Publication.
H.ty nini Umili bonghi unii nold.
The estrangement of labor and
I lita intento n to make linai pl of in »up
The false idea is set forth that Bry food you need, providing you do not
to ull pttilsof Southern Oregtii
Capital grows because both are un
an, if elected, could not overturn overload yourstomach. (iivesinstant
Department of Interior,
will I»- made la-fote Jame" II- D'l" oil. ami Northern (ìililornia ut thè \erv lowest iuìch .
reasonable and obstinate. Labor of- , the financial system of the country relief and a permanent cure. J. L.
Lmd Office nt laikeview <)r» iron, County Clerk, at Riamali Fall«.
ten demands too much and capital for the reason (hat he would have the Padgett Ac Sons, Keno.
Septemln-r 20, 1900.
Oeloi-er lit, IlMX), viz: li.irdv S. N- »
Concedes too little. This rendition ; opposition of a republican majority in
t*»n II. I!. No pr.iâ, for tlie s'„
-I 1 ,
T RE A 8 U RE R’8 N OTIC E.
ing uaine t settler bus tiled not ice of In NW>4 -.1 SE',, si
“I 'W'. ol
Cannot be honestiv attributed to anv the senate. This isclearly a mistaken >
intention to make final proof in Mipport Sec. 4, T|>. ?9. S , R. It), E. Will 'lei.,
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Ins daini, nini that sai'i pro-d w ill lie Oregon. Hi-naine« tin- hdlowing wit-
Notice is hereby given tliat there are of
made before Jus. II. Dri»coll, County liesse» to prove lit« eontimiou« r,—I-
stubborn assumption on the part of |f the democratic candidate is elected, funds in tlie conntv treasury fur the re- Clerk,
Falls. Oregon, on denee i || m > ii and cultivation <1 aai-l
deniption of the following county war- • ».-tols-r at 2"' Klamath
the two contending forces. Both are as follows:
IMO via* I
z.-r N Col land, via, B. S. Grigsby, ot Klamath
son, Il F. No 1718 lor tlie S1.. “I NF1.. A Full". Oregon; S. E. shepber I, ot Klam
blamable, and the rest OT the country
Interest on the .«smew ill cease from tliis N of SE1S»-e I. Tp 4 > S I! 9 E. W nth Falla, Oregon ; Jolin short, of tha-
suffers while they squabble Over
their four votes in favor of the gold stand-
j ard. with the Pennsylvania vacancy date : 4834, 4944, 4844, 4061, 4710. M. Oregon. He uauies tlie following im-nt. Oregon ; B. W. Short, - t Alia
J included as a vote. But Senators 4M», 4231, 4973, 482», 4 -'4, 4905, witnesses to prove Iris continuous reri mont, ‘heg-rn.
upon and eulliviilion of said laid,
E. M. BRATTAIN. Regiatw.
Three weeks from next Tuesdav Lln(,sa.v and Caffery. two real Demo- 4938, 4904, 49.50, 4929, 4364, 4927. -lenee
Three weeks from next luesaaj crati, who TOted forthe g^d-standard 4625, 4928, 4770. 4930, 4937, 49-55. viz: E-l Ream, John Koontz, Andrew
will be election day and will decide law. win be replaced on March 4th 493»,
I-.:“. 4980, 4832, 4850, 4895. Ryan, J. W. Manning, nil of Klamath TIM HER LAND. At I II 'NE :
lii'iu i il 111.tei» niilh nini Rrp iir Shop.
NOTICE FOR I’UlILICATloN.
the political complexion of the admin- by Bryanites already elected. If Mr. 4741. 3498, 4965, 41)82, 4'. >61, 4948. I
E. M. B eattaix , Registor.
Istration for another four years. If ! Bryan is elected he must carry Colo-
Dated at Klamath Falls. Oregon , tliis
UNITED STATE.' I.ANDO! I B : .
Vinter underwear at Duffy’s.
with neatness and disputch
McKinley is re-established in the ex i rado, Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska. Mon 27th day oí September, PAO.
tana. West Virginia and Wyoming. >
II. 11. V ax V alkfxbi bg ,
écutive chair, industrial development , His own managers admit that with-;
\ i ■ ■ ■ ' - •
pliance w i*h th«* ¡»r«»vi « iuim «4 U h * :»«l •»(
will continue and prosperity will grow out those states his success is almost
Notice is hereby given that there are (‘ongreHM oi J«inr .3. !S7H, rntiiL-4
with new life. If the immaculate Bry i impossible. -And if Bryan carries
act for thv >*;»l«* of titnbrr I aik I m iii U h *
«late* of (’ a I i L thi », <>n v n. N« v « M,
an is crowned high chief, we may ex ' those states seven Republican Sena
All work guaranteed Matislactory.
Try once ami
tors will be succeeded March 4tll by Of the County Treasurer of Klamath demption of the following warrants ami Wa>«liintftoii Territory,” a- «*\tvn4
pect to see capital
utiaioivo. Nine votes taken
—- ^»-- , - for the six months 1892. Interest on same » ill cease from »;;>.«'. | ■ |
circulation and taste the bitter woes froin tbe posent fifty-four for gold ending un the 2*4th day of Septetnlier, this ilntv: Noe. 4778,4779, 4780, 4856, Act of August I, 1‘ •’?, 1‘n-I II. Lri^x**
1900, of money receiveil and paid out.
EAST END MAIN STREET. KLAMATH I ALLS.
of (iruntM I’a-?*, County of .L ■« ><• ; htin*. A
of commercial and industrial prostra- would leave the Senate a tie. with : from
whom received and from what 4853.4838,4617,4711.
I the silverite Stevenson holding the source, and on what account paid out:
Dated at Klamath Falls. Oregon, tliis State of Oregon, lui- thi« day Ii «*4 in A
this office Iii<« r worn *lrtt« m«*nt X’«>. ?74,
13th day ui Heplember, 1900.
¡casting vote. As it is most likelv ,
for the purrliaw of the E
H. H. V an V a 1. kknvcr 6,
'IKS. V’D. mc ’ l fd .
Senator J. K. Jones, chairman of that Mr Bryan’s success would mean
.Section No. 21, in TownnLip N«». M2
I h • »hl Mill
a Bryanite House of Representatives, To amount on handf
Uangv No.7*j E., And will offer pr f t .
the demtfcratic national committee, is there would then be nothingat Wash-
<*r«-gdi. «»it lb»* 3>l
from last report...; 9180 03 5707
In the Cirrnh (’«»nrt o( Ibn Hint«.* <1 <I m » ,(»•»! «»I z»’f lim, %« Il if I» r u i I • i *lr f
One of the leading manipulators of a ¡ngton on next March 4th even to To amounts received
liable for its tiiuhrr or »»tone than f«»r ag
from sheriff, taxes 8706
rtniubr« llial >un»m h* » •ni«l *itd I«»
In the Circuit Court of tlie State of ricultural purtmM*.«, aih I to c*lahli-h hiw On*g«»n( l'’f ttiv Cmiiiir «4 Main* lb
trust known as the “American Cotton check Mr. Bryan’s raid on our whole
T. T. lirrr. <»ovi»r- |
To amounts received
puhlphi4*! • i»»«- i» * rrk l**F »• I” » h«tl "I
Company.” and Jones is now one of : financial system. ’
nor «4 Orfrf.Ei», K. | I
•lx «’» him
irr i»n»l »»t:«« ••'•Hr w «•« Î a
from sheriff, mileage
T.T. Geer, Governor of )
IhifiLar, Hvrrt’inry i»| I
frulli 11»«> -I-h «In» »4 l»«l*l«r, I mi l|.<»
the defendants in a suit in Texas hls lntcnt’ion to cnf(^e
thcorv To amounts received
Oregon. F. I. Dtinlmr,
from clerk. fees. .. 583 75
«hile • ! Ihv hr«t pt|l>li«'»tt i->li ul •Uliihwh«
flv luitlt«'« II- Mil State <4 (»regoli, mui I
Charged with violating the anti-trust of jrce 8j]ver ¡n case tie iseboaen pres To amounts received
Secretary of Stale <4
pfv»vrtl>«4 in »ai I ur*)t*r«
law of that state. This cotton trust i ident. and his triumph November 6
Treasurer of theSiai * ]
from clerk, redemp
tion taxes................... 123 54 30 38
Is backed by capital of 87,000,000 and next would assuredly leave nothing in
C alifornia ;
1*. .h»hnwori, <4 Klamn* •d<b«*g«»n, roii»titiit I
is one of the most gigantic monopolies
scheme accomP'!S^in*’ ll’s dan8er* To amounts received
thou, Cahiornia*, Ah'ert I'anknin, <4 ¡ng the Ktate Ijirxl I
constituting the Stn’e f Mortgage.
from clerk, land sale
l‘lu i n t iff, Í I nil in E»|iiily
Anv an«l all Board,
by Co. Court............. 999 00
tn America. Still, Jones is manager
perrtinx claiming adversely the al»ove
DRS. HARGUS AND STRAW.
To ' amounts received
Abriiúmii Turner. I Mi rlgsge.
of a party which claims to be the only
d«*rcrilH*d land« are re«|,ivat»*<l to til»*
Winter underwear at Duffy’s.
from clerk, forfeiture
tlo-ir claim.M in thia olli, «• on or befor»*
and J. W. Stout,
opposer ot trusts and the only friend i
th»* iMduti« of Crow
Physicians and Surçcont.
rai«l 21th «lav of N<»v«*nib«*r, HMM).
I ANTIS ARE FOR SILVER AND RIOT- To C. amounts
RM! Smith, d«*rva»e«|.
of labor. Such is the inconsistency
ToGeorgeA. Whitmore, a defendant
from liquor licensee
i*a\id I. F «•free. Eii
iifFK K Chit«« I A <•«>,•• f»r»’M WAtr
Of the political aggregation now
above name»! :—In tin- name of the Stati
To amounts received
i in K. Htnnh, \\ alter
Nprrlal attention tu die«
» f>t Ihr I'.jr l>f,
ni Oregon ; you are hereby required to
êageriy seeking power.
from state apportion
There is one subject on whicli the
.'»«» •• met ’**!•»«••» <•!•••«’• fittr«!
1611 48 ap]<ear and anzwer the complaint filed
ment school fund. . . .
! Gold-Democrats of 1896 who are also
Smith, and Edith
against you in the above entitled »niton
Notice for Publication.
Smith, bin wife, Sa«
Democratic leaders will cheerfully “anti-imperialists” of 1900 are oinin-
20283 22 9611 23 or before Thnrwlay the 8th day of
£7 D. J?Et.«f¿i5, M. t>.
Lina Hnuth an I Mar
attribute to the influences of the re- ousiy and painfully silent. That sub
AMO'.'XTS PAID OCT.
UNITED STATES LANDOFITCE, ) guérite Hti.itli. a min«
j__ . We know what they
publican administration any calami- , ject
I ’•!'!! i¡t!; ’ M. !
«KN. r’n. sc ' l f ' d .
I.AKsvikiv, O rfxmix , Align.t :io. p . mo . , Ofj
Physician a-.i! Surgeon,
four years ago, but
ties in the wav of drouths- storms or thought
’ ,ouff $ of
lication of this summon», the first pub
Notice i. hereby given thut, in c. in
amount paid out on
I»» Eli/41 K. biniih, Frank A. Smith,
»AC . ignorant
what they think of By county
Office room - : 7 ari-la. Link villo llotrl
disease that may have afflicted differ- ...
m rtow> In al! their literature they
Septemlier 19iK);and if von fail so to Congre.'s of June 3, |s,'S. entitled “An guerite »Suiti»,
By amount paid out on
Alleali» anzwt red pr-.mplly day '*r
ent sections of the country, but are expatiate at great length on the ini-
' answer for want thereof tin- plaintiff will act for tl.e rale oí timlier land« in tin- i>3iht*d : \ on and rarh <>| y«.n nr»« her««
apply to the Court for the relief prayed Mate, of Ciilitoi nl.i Oregon, Nevada and bv rui|tiirf’d io iipp. tr mid mimier the night.
quick to maintain that the growing quities of “imperialism,” but they I By amount paid out on
for in the complaint herein, t-i wit:— Washington Territory,” a- extendr-l c oinplmnt tih 4 agiiin**t you in the uln.ve
prosperity of the past few years has shrink from pointing out the exact
6595 55 For a judgment against defendant Geo. to nil tlie Pillili.- l and State |,y u< t eiitiil<*d mut on or l»efori* Thurmlay, the
, wav in which they contemplate avert-
A. Wiiitmore for tlie sum of 8350.00 with of August 4, 1892, Nellie Verriil. of ¡•’»th day. I Xovcrnhr, I'.MK), l^ti.g the
heen altogether due to the natural ln/them. if they do not propose to By balance general
interest thereon from the 2'itli day of Hornbrook, County ol Si-kiyoti, Mate l.i-t d.iy of ihr time prewr4 m *.| in the
fund on hand.... 4791 22
laws of supply and demand. They vote for Bryan, it is incumbent upon
June 189»;, at the rate of eight |»-r cent of California, ban thin day tiled in order for th«* piib|ii iitw,ii of thia mini
cannot perceive that the confidence them to disavow what is a natural By on balance
3015 6« fM-r annum, ami for tin- zum of $20.50, tilia oüice lier sworn Statement, No. moha, the f|r>t puLix .iti<iu thereof l*e
¡>ai-l out on account of delinquent
taxes 26», for the purchase oflheSW.t; ol ina on lb. 4th l.iy < f ( >et(,' rr, I9U»>; And
and stability given to monetary and anf'
interpretation of their words
and acts. If tl»ey do propose to vote
20283 22 9611 23 and costs, and for the zum of if »50 00, aznt- Section No. 29, in Township No.
> if ion (ad
t». appear mid iin-Mur, for
commercial circles immediately after ff)f Bryan ,t js
tornei-» fee» in this suit, together with Range No. 71» E. and willoffcr pr<a>l to wantJh«*r«-«4 Uo plaintiff a ill apply In
the plaintiff.’« coats ami disbursement» sliow that tlie land sought is mole valu the ( uurt for tl <» ruin f pr,iyv<l for in ttr Prompt and careful attention
election four years ago were in the , jo show in what respect he offers the To amount on
*<. all o di-rs.............................
able for ita timla-r or stone than for ag lor '"inp'.aj h t her.in, Io Hit: t<»r a
least brought about by the adoption country expectation of a better ad-
last report............... ........ 29 85
That the usual decree Is- made for the ri'-iilturul puriaires. and to eHtaliiii.|i 1er pldgtnriit H2.»U ’ defi'lrlrtllt, ¡M\i«l J,
6f sound republican principlesand the ministration than it can get through To amount received from
sale of tlie lands and premizes <le»cri>H-l cintili tu i ai l land la-fore tlie Re^i-ter I ern*.*, f..r the Min» <>|
rejection of democratic vagaries. ^hKinley.
j in plaintiff's mortgage, that is to »ay. and Receiver of thia ollice at Likeiiew, ’• 11 I IL. itm ir .m (Lu In »-I day of Jail*
cate fees............................ 34 00
It is easv to find fault with McKin-
Oregon, on Saturday, the i'itli day oi •lai», I
;lt tlu* rale of i*ighl |a«r refit,
This improvement after the change )ey. blIt this (Ioes not pennJt U8 t(, lg.
three of Section fourteen, Township Novenilier, 1I*M.
lie name» a- wit-
iihi.mn, an I f.»r the num of fUUlM),
they refuse to acknowledge or appre- . nore the faults of Bryan. The men-
Thirty-nine. Fonili of Range Ti-n East, Iiesaesi Samuel W. Clary, of Horn p ‘ ’-r attoiiit-v
Proprietor of Freight Wagons.
, j,, u,iR H»tit, together
C-liiLO X Perhaps
"V — _ X—— — — they .....IJ
— reason- . nz»A
? r l1-1 r> 11 » nnnz»<iez.zl
8-» a »» w I»-»
Willamette Meridian, Klamath County brook, California; Jacob I-l< r, of Klam-
could V. be
of I Bryanhm
appeared to 4 them
In- By amount pai l out on
''Uh plaint iff' m coHt« mid <liwlmrM.*Hi»*iitrt
8 50 Oregon, mid containing 137.55 acre».
•' n ‘ti. lli.it t|m ijmiih I deerev I m * Iliad«*
able if they would, but they won't.
55 35 i Tliat the sale he made by the sheriff
Klaiiiatlroii, California ; Melvin Ninl'or, ‘ 'r ’ i"’
; have become no unconcerned to that By balance on hand...........
of tin* landa and premlaen
Everything done « Illi
4-’-nUd in nlaintifl’ri mh | ni.»itga-e,
piegate, ancxteiurive sheep 1 menace now? Then they regarded '•
63 85 i That the proceeds of said »ale may I e
nealniMi a in I di-p«t''li
applied in the payment of said judgment, scrila-il latirla are nqueated to file tlo-ir L’w«i : the W ' , of W »4 <4 Fvc.onu,
lamath county, informs us him as an unsafe and unworthy man S tate or O regon ,
fcr President. Wherein do they find
Countv of Klsmsth, I **
'..<4 See. two, md
interest, costs, attorneys fees mid all ac claims in tliis nifi...... . or la-fore a nd
'4, the second year after I evidence that he has lost ills faults
'4 of Ker. twelve, T..wndiip
I, II. il. VanValkenbnrg. do hereby cruing costs.
I hiriv lu|u. s i1l(h ||( |ht|
AMIMHV* hard times had been fn- and gained virtues in the interim? certify that tlie foregoing is a true and
That plaint iff have execution against
h,. M. BRA 1 rAIN, Register.
defendant George A Whitmore, for any
augufated, he sold 800 sheep of the
’"’••ty,')'i-|’-iii. i uiit.ii,jii|, 32-) n-ri ».
perlalism” ’without imperilling the ceived, nail out »ml n-mainmg on hand, balance tliat may remain due the plain
best he could pick from his large flock
in the County lreaaury of paid County tiff after applying all the proceeds of TIMBERLAND. At’TJUNE.I. I k ;- 1 luit tin-|,o . ..... ,j
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ' "ITI"'I III Illi- piiyiii«-nt of "Hill jil-lg-
for 81.50 per head. These liad to be
said sale as above provided.
How are y<m going to rebuke “Im- (Jav of September, A. D. 1900.
'“' II , i"i< "••), i-u-t", nit-"iH-y's li--« Cleanliness and Good Work
That the interests of defendant J W
urged on the market, as there was no perialism” without
i'11 ""' ruing euht". Hint plaintiff
Witness my hand this 5th dav of Stout in the said mortgaged lands mid
U sitkii S tates L axd Orrirr.
demand. Also at that time he sold and anarchy?
October, A. D. 1900.
"/"i" -t di-fi-n-hinl, D.ivi I
premises is- decreed to be H'lbsequent
lakeview, Oregon, Sept. H), I960.
How are you going to rebuke “im
H. H . VAxVAtKENBCIUI,
. . i rii-i-, |->r ntiy Imlnnc« I lull in.iy r.--
sulxirdinate to the lien of plaintiff
wool at 7 cents per pound delivered in
Notice ia hereby given that in
Also Agont for LONDON AND
County Treasurer, herein.
pliunce with the provisions if the act of ""in dim th« phimifl ,(lt,.r 1M,.,|, ing »II
Ashland. These low price» for wool perialism” without menacing the in
That tbe defendants herein and each Congrt -Mof June 3, 1878, entitled “An vi'tJ./'1' *"
tegrity of the Supreme Court?
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
and sheep prevailed throughout Cleve
of them ami all perrons claiming under act for the sale of timber hind, in tie-
nacKintoshcs at Duffy’s.
How are you going to rebuke “Im
Tliat tin- inti-n ut (.f defendants, Al.ra-
tln-m or either <4 them, subsequent to state" of California, Oregon, Nevada
land's adminstnrtion. Mr. Applegate perialism” without endorsing the
the execution of plaintiff's said mort- imi Wa"hington Territory,” a, exl N
'.r'"r’ H* "dmiiri-tiHtur <4 ti"-
Notice For Publication.
says prices advanced on the heels of spoils doctrine?
r-w-'U, .‘ ,|lll|1 ¿„....„.ed, Eli
1 gHge on said lands and premizes, either tended to all the I’nlilie ¡.and Mate» bv
McKinley*» election, and that in 1897
az piirchazers, encumbrancerz, or other act'd Aiigu-t 4, 18-,ia, Albert fault \ h ..in" •' 'U"‘r '■ ........
iprriaiism” without promoting the
I ¿ ’ ,
Department of tlie Interior,
wise may las barred and foreclosed of nil i.in of Klainathon, Coiinlv of hi.kivou
he realised 83-00 per heftd for «heep , Populist clamor for destroying tlie
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon, right, claim or equity of redemption, in | State of California, ha- Ibi- dai filt-d ni
and 14 cetrts per potind for wool. The efficiency of the Army?
and premises ......
mid this office liis »worn statement N-. 276 .H iui«. . ” 7" ""’rll’i'K'-d hind" mid
October 5, 1900. , .....
■ . ........
Notice is hereby given that the follow- ! every part thereof.
Of course, if our Gold Democrat» of
price of weol has fluctuated, but has
for the puri'hiiHe of f he Sld j ,,f Hei-tion Tmdiui " r '" " '' I tu In nil»<ei|il(‘iit
named settler has filed notice of Ids 1 ! That plaintiff liaVe
such other and No. 35, in Towii"hipNo.32S., Range No i 'iu,"'.... '"’ti'tlu- Ih-n ' n-afi- l bv
At no time during the past, four years ! 1896 and “antl-imperialiats” of 1900 ing
I are willing that tlwse momentous intention to make final proof in sup- further relief in tlie premises as to tins 7'<, E., and will offer proof to "how th it fi-ndml.l
below 14 cents. Very lately : I tilings
' “ ”H,,d »■.n il of ilieni and
the landronght is more valuable (or its j.ii
all go lt;5llliUMl,
to smash, port of hie claim, and that mrid proof court may seem just and equitable,
isservi rl d by
publiciition timber or stone than for agricultural
This summons innervi
Mr. Applegate sold a band of 2,804) ¡n order that they may wreak their will be made liefore James H. Driscoll,
County Clerk, at Klamath Falls, Ore- thereof in the K lamath lii.i-rni.u ax , by purposes, and to establish |,i- ,.|.lilll
H'il'"' i|iiant to the exi"
Digests what you eat.
Mheep, includingycarlingsandall sorts, vengeanceon McKinley, there is noth- gon, on November 16, 1900. viz: James order of Hon I. F Willits, County Judge sai-l land la-fore the Register and Ite " nd I o ' I
""irtgugo on It. artificially digest* the food and aid»
for 83.00 a piece. At present, how- I ng more lobe said. But step» of this Briscoe, H. E. No. 1728, for the W'-j of ’ Klamath
iñude, ceiver of this ollice at Lakeview, Oregon
Nature in »trenglbfnlng and J“1*'“'
ever, the demand for sheep and wool <™«quence must lie taken advisedly of NE1^ ami NW!^ of SEJi and NE1^ dated and filed in said suit nt Klitnintli on Saturday, the 24th day of Nov.-ml,. r’ "iHv bu’ i " '"",”!,"c''rH, or otlu-i wi-i- •trucllng the exhausted digestive or
of nil gan». it Is the latestdltoororcddlge«»'
.. 1 You can’t defeat McKinley except of SW'4 of Sec. 19, Tin 40, S., R. if), E., ; Falls, Oregon, on the27thday of Septern- 1900. He nani'-s tis wilni—es ' ( 'hitrl- s rnzYt 1 h
is weakening on account of the pcdsl- ],y electing Bryan. You can't en- W. M., Oregon. lie names the fol- her 1900, which said order requires that Kappler, nf Klainathon, California; <• "nd to thu"1 "r.
ri-ileifititlon in I ant and tonlcz No other P’’0P*r“tl1?r
i. publishe-l ........
once F. Johnson, of Klanuithon, California •' ’•very p'Irt H h .';!.,1;;"'"
blllty of a change in'the management dorse AgQinaldo without aspersing lowing witnesses to prove his con-'-
can approach it in efflclcncyt If nJ*
tinunu* residence upon and cultivation a week for il [eriod of six conscutiveand I1’. H. Brigg", of Grants I’a—, Oregon -
of national affairs, but sheep owners Dewey ami Anderson, , Lawton ami of
nn.<1 alantly relieves and permanently cure
said land, viz: Andrew Ryan, of successive weeks froin the 27th day of W. T. Coburn, of Ashland, Oregon'
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hctrlburn,
generally are holding their flocks con- ‘S<otsenbiirg. You
V -* can’t vote for Klamath Falls, Oregon ; Charles < ialnr- Septcmhei' 1900. the date of the flrst Any and all persons claiming adversely cuuri
"i .'Ii" premiHi-H mi to tld» Flatulence, Hour Htomach, Na"«c*>
anti-imperialism without Toting for ru-aii, of Klamath Hills. Oregon; John publication ho presctibeil.
Illi-above dt-M-rihe-l landsan- re<|iie"tei| ' T i mu '
fldcntly expecting a continuance of free silver.
Blclc Headache, Gast ra)gla,C’rnn>P*»n
11. Matney, of Merrill, Oregon; A.
J ohn H. O iih .
to Ole llieir claims in this olii.on <-i U. 1,.",',,.’“" ”“;,,:.- . ........ I >» ...... I.... . all ot her results of Impel feet dig»« on.
the present administration and con-
f-t r>n nian deceive himself Into Kershner, of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Attorney for Plaintif!.
before raid 21th -lay of November, 1900
bv ... Í
I"1- I’ri • me sudi:. Lnrg<-sl*ec<>nt-''tn«»'4
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97 \’nv H
•” '■'• "'"i'*- umallalza Lkioli»11 slsiutdyspepsian>»lie<"J_
■ tbit Ml.? ‘ti.l! ef'.l.i.. U>
E M. B hatia :.»;, Regi't,.r.
■' I’ '• of Klamath (’ Itnly, •) -•
Prcoersd by E- C DsWITT *C0 > Cl)'««*
W. HUSE & SON,
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY
KLAMATH FALLS PLANINO MILLS.
J. E. COELLER. Proprietor.
P ioneer B lacksmith S hop ,
J. B. CAMPBELL, Prop
Successor lo A. D. Carnei
j. n. nooRE,
J. B. MOORE,
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
J W. SIEMENS, Pr^