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Here are a few bargains at lust years p-ices, before the advance in real estate, Klamath
County is growing fast ami values are increasing, so d you ure interested investigate these
bargains. Write for prices at once.
E R. HEAMÍS,
ALEX MARTIN JR.
N>. L 120 acres In Sec. 3rt. Tp 3«
No. fl. looo acres grazing amt hay rangr forcatile.
N. R t< E. un Spingile rner mar Illy. land on A s ; m ' u lake, well watered,
No. 12. l«0 aere ranch all under
Good soil, land all Irrigable.
ami controls extensile range.
cultivallon. 250 aerea uuLsIde rango
No. g. 320 acres well Improved.
d Diggest lint ot goods ever brought into Klamath coun-
No. ®. Irto acres eight miles from felice«!.
A fine tw«> sturi huuscwlth
Land adjoins town of B-iiitnza.
Klamath Falls; lo aeri s irrigable and S risiiiis and elusela. Also Ice and
p ty. My goods are not at the railroad. They are here.
Safety Deposit Rotei
Kiiioko house and a gissi barn 5tlxtl2.
1 * Call and inspect them .* > ** j*
Olene, on Lost river.
No. io. lit’aere ranch In Klam- Land all Irrlgatcd and will rais
B. St. Geo. Bishop. Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Country Produce taken in exebanae for Goods
No. 4. 200 aerea alfalfa Und, all at li Basin, 30 acres muter preseiil al tal fa.
near town of Merrill ex- ditch. 20 acres in alfalfa, rest In
eeptlonally good ranch.
gram, all fence«!, A gissi four ro-un I ary saws,
ence, however, of financial disaster In
No. 5. 40 acre tract on Lost river house with barn and slud
IS to 20 M
1893, brought about by the «4ection [
—can be bought citesp.
No. 11, uno aere calile ranch 11
of Grover Cleveland on free tradi
No. 6. 105 acre ranch, well Im- miles from Klamath Falls.
Repnbllr*. in Follll«-.. an.l d.-voi.M to Ihr principles. was a demonstration to all >
Write for raise MHl tons of alfalfa and about
Timber. Sgrlculiiiral. Rork «nd W vol iwlerssu
men that an existing fiscal policy can proved with water right,
of th« greal Klaiuacb County.
three limes as much wild hay. Can
not be summarily displac'd, except at
No. 7. 3i’t’> acres of gissi pine tim also rais«- grain, fruit. potatoes and
the cost of national calamity.
Published every Thursday by
all kinds of vegetables. Good outside
those people who have faith in the ber on Klamath river near Kerns
WESLEY O. SMITH,
again assume ahy such responsibility.
out to the sag«* brush country fora * havz* pns-zxleiM-e, to all cithers, in the
Nolfcc I' d Creditors.
E ditor «sn Puerai woa.
There are, of «-ourse, many advan-
short time. Tlx- Guidon Bio«»., R. B. action of the county court.
Not'»'.* - |>.
I v k ‘ v < 11 that t'har!«*» Il Bure
tzuies that can be argued in favor of.
<!t»rf ha* I hmmi ap|M»int«'«l a<lintnl»irat«»r «>f ll»«*
• l BM-KirTIOS i*’v
c'lsli’ «»I ( hare » Hiiigilort. *!v«\a»r<l. an«l all
free trade or a purely revenue tariff:
1 prr»«>ii'» ha\ uk elaiii’* agallisi »ani ««tat«* *,c
April 12. 1W4.
below with ab- ut 31’0 h«-ad yesterday.
O»e ywar (in «-1 vanee)...................................... t- <*•’
rt**|u«M><»«l tu |»r»• *«»!»! them «luly v«»rlfia*t tu ihr
h complete and up to date Une of
but, apart from the mischief of inter
un«lcr«lgnrt| within »ix tn«>ntli> f*oui tin* 4a*r
• thi* n«»ii«’v. at Dalrx K « alb ««mim
NEW BOARD riEETS,
fering with established trade rela
t'IIARLM M HI X l’«)Br
THURSDAY. APRIL 14, liO4
Vliiiiiti»! rator o( ihr «'»tat« «>t < harlr» Hur«
tions, the sum of the benefits to Is- beef. It seems there Is no end to the
gained by nominal customs duties.- supply of be«-f in this valley, as Mr.
iMktctl at K lamath Fall», Or«’g«’ii, March lo
lioait with the exception of Judge
I. F. DAVIES.
may be stated to be conditions of Mitchell was up eight or ten days Will.ts. wluiisluSui Francisco, met IM«.
SAME IN KLAMATH COUNTY.
cheap living. A protective tariff on since and drove down about 100 head, at tie town hill Monday evening ami
Notice tor Pubti.alion.
We do not always admit that Klam the other band tends to Increase the and left here yesterday with another
o-o OOO00000-0 ooo O 0-0 0-00
Alex Martin, Jr. was
ath county ia a part of Oregon, but expenses of living. Undoubtedly, for large bunch, and still there are urg-anixed.
Land Oiler at Mkrview.
March 1» I 'M
to the following from the Eugene retired persons of fixed income, cheap others left.
Nut lee I «• hereby eiven t><«!
its ami Ihsho-t were anpolnted on the nam« «l »« ttlrr ha» fl I»- I n.»tf<v ••< hl* Inu t t •
Register we ran say the same here.
We are sorry to stat«' that W. O. |
ness of supplies and of labor would be
Io make Anal proof In support ot hi« rl«hu a” I
street commit tee and Ward and flirt «ai«t ur(M»f «• 11
t> ».»«« b. G»rv <»»•»» F
CONK TO OREGON.
of great advantage; but to the sellers Hill's house and most of the contents Hirn on the tire committee.
Bwhiwtn, < ‘«innt i Jit«!««* of K ah alb < «*'«i»t v at
Orraoca.ou May U
If you never get the blues.
of the supplies and th«* labor the very ■ was destroyed by tire this morning.
The only business transacted was 1MM. via?
Come to Oregon,
opposite would be true. A cheap We understand there was no one hut the appointment of H. W. Keesee as lid entry No .’lie n*r tb«- N’-W*«. **.«•!!. NF',
Where the grass is always green,
and I.«" 17 s «• « Tp P» «* K II K W M
country is a poor country for industry Mrs. Hill at home at tlie time. The city attorney. All other matters lie oam«*«
th«* foll«»wlug wlmc««r» »«« pr««%r
And the sun is seldom seen;
When expenses are high, earnings art- tire fell from the stove on the earpet ! were laid over to the next regular hi* Continuant« rc«l«l»*nr»» ut*«»u «n«t cult ■ atlmi
via: t M t«ar«lner. F B K«*«tr*.
But it rains and snows between,
Frank VauMatvr ami J B • «*• » al! «»I H«- .
high, and the gains are high absolute- s starting very quickly and was beyond | sieeting.
J.N \\ai*cii K«*gi»trr
Here in Oregon.
ly though they may not be relatively. control when discovered. Fortunate
It was the high prices ruling in ly Mrs. Hill was preparing fur gener CATTLE MOVED I ROM ODELL.
If you’re tired of sun and wind,
America that encourageii the great al bouse cleaning, having removed
Come to Oregon.
of the Iuierinr. I’Hl’r.l Stat«*«
Charles Graies, the Odell postmas La nl offli c. I akev
lew. Or . Nov jv rmn
emigration from the cheap countries most of the bedding and other things
Bring your parasols along.
mntrdt aft<!avtt having brrn
ter and cattleman, was in town th«*
In thi* »'Itlee by
An«|rr*>«*ti • «»niv«i
And your slickers good and strong. of Europe. All men in active pur in the clothing line out from the)
ti-st of the week on business. Mr. ant,a<Min»t ll-’riv^irad Entrv
And gum boots that are plenty lung suits gain by a high tariff, either di-; house a ways to air, otherwise they | <Caies brought ii I miu I 50 head of cat- b'-hruarv
N W1 ,. *•.
!1' - |< ¡0 F
rectly or Indirectly, and all experi would have lost all. As it is, their 11« over and bus them on the d«-sert M M bv l«»hn A K- At'% .'.»ttt. si« In >i h • h if
And come to Oregon.
1» aihgt’d that * a 1«I Brattv ha* aban«l«>nr.f
ence in th«- settlement of the western loss is heavy.
lan«1* and Irft thr ttnintry. and 1« u*d
If you’ve never learned to swim,
n«ar the McCarty place. lie inform- »ahi
non and never was a legal r« «.«lent of thr
o-—<» o o o -o—
lialf of the American continent has | Mrs. W. B.
; that ihrr«' » n »t now ant r aimanl on
<*0 us that snow was almut two feet
Come to Oregon.
»ame but iw< »<<nt
That «ai l alleged
some time w ith the j deep at Odell, and hay in that section the
abarnra tr«*m »aid land a an n«d dur to hl« • to
’Twill not be long till you’ll begin.
plot nieiit m the ar my. naw of mar'ne corp«
then-is pri«perity for the prudent grippe,
i wm almost gone although the most «»I tlie fulled Mtatr« a- a privat* ••»’.4 er. <»!tl»’er
And like ducks and all their kin,
workers of the
th-* • Fred Larsen. of this pl.’ice, is als » of the stock were In gi»si condition, sraitian or martite during the a ar • th »»pa n
You’ll have toes with webs between,
or during any other war In which the Lnitrd
Union do not want free trade and confined to bis be«i from the etfi-cts of r but must of the cattle would I m * state* may be enraged, »aid partie« are h«raby
Here in Oregon.
notillrd to appear, rr»|M»nd and «•#« re» idvn» r
oo o ooo ooo oooooo oooooo
«aid allrgatmn at In «>’■ '-(Ck a m on
| the grip and rheumatism.
moved to the desert In a short time.— touching
April .S>. I" u b< lore f«. B. War Iwel .|Hi on.
If you handle lota of chink.
Regarding sound currency, that
The republicans of tills place ap- Central ^Silver Lake) Oregouiau.
mlaalonrr at River Lake. Oregon
final hrarmg util lie held a» It» «»’« I«- k a t»
Come to Oregon.
question has already been definitely
wej| p|easc<j witti their
uji May U
¡yiM In for. ) the K gi*t. r anti H
Here's hops for beer and grapes for disp«>scd of. Brian and his inflation
reiver al the I tiltrd Mate* Laud t »tt|« e at l.ah-■
policy have gone down together.
Th«* «a d roniralant having lu a proper afb
250 acres of good farm land fence«l davit, find ocudn’v xi. lau. »rt forth fart«
In the correspondence from this
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
Good wheat for bread so nice and
The early completion of the Pana-!
whtrh »ho» that aft’ r dur il lltrnc« |«fs<inai
place last week appeared one asser and cleared which can t»e had one •ervlCr of th!» noHrr rattnnt
made, it 1»
ma canal is a matter that men of all
hereby ordered and directed that »«ah not'.c.-
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
given bv «lite an«! pf«»prr publication In the
And plenty of drink towash itdown. parties are agreed upon. The energy tion that gave offense to some of my Year for the plowing and sowing, free br
Klamath K* pubbean. publi»h>«| at K.au.ath
J N HatMin. Rtriwtrf
ur cue nepuoncan administration In ■
IIorcoH ho.irdod by day, week or month«
C*. f HtiHlrr, Ktoeivrr.
no offense was intended to be given.
forwarding the project, was perhaps
llav and Grain bought und Hold.
Equal to Cha-nbcrlaln's
The one or two republicans in this not quite agreeable to party oppon The article found fault with was this:
Petition for Liquor License.
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
to all part« of Southern Orogotf
county who publicaiv claimed to ents, but it w:is eminently satisfac “A prominent democrat was heard to
Remedy for Bowel Complaints
il 11«I Northern a lifornia at the very lowest ruteg.
remark in the presence of quite a
T<> the lion. County Court of the
favor Binger Hermann but secret tory to the nation.
We have used Chamberlain's Coll”, State ,,f Oregon, for Klamath <?>unty.
ly worked for Harris, presumably in
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
Justice to capital and labor cannot number of people that they knew just
We. the undersigned, residents snd
order U> have a stand in with both be objected to in candor, though c«m- who their nominees would be and Cholera and Diarrhoea Renusiy in legal voters of I’levna precinct. In
Linkville. Phone Main 14
our family for years, says Mrs. J. II.
sides, can now hardly expect any flictmg interests will undoubtedly that there would tie but one ballot Cooke, of Nederlamls. Texas, We said county and state, respectfn'iv re
favors from the stressful candidate, view with strong bias any issue that
have given it to all our rhildri o. We
malt and vinous liquors, in less quan-
since their actions are known. may arise between the two. Moder the people at large had no voice In have used other medicines for titles titan one gallon, In *.ild pre
Klamath county has always been a ate men will be content to know that the matter, but acted subject to the the same purpose, but never found clnct, for s p«-rl'>d of six montila from
anything to equal Chamberlain’s. If
strong Heimann county and no one rights will be protect«-d. and that the dictates of a few bosses.”
you will always use it as directed it the 4th day of M.iv, A. l>., 1WM, l-
here had any reasonable excuse to wrongs of combined wealth will not
will always cure. For sale by C. C. granted to Fred Flock, of Krun. In
denial of having made these aMertions Chitwood.
the precinct aforesaid, und your peti
tioners as in fluty Is ill nd will ever
, but insists they were passed as a jok< i
pray. Said petition will be present«’»!
AMERICA ST ANUS SECOND.
only, having no Idea they would ap
TOWN TREASURER'S NOTICE
Interest in a railroad seems to be
to said Court oil the 41li day of May.
on the wane, at least it has been dis
Tlie report of the House naval com
I I > l
J E Newbanks, W F McCollum.
placed as the main topic of conversa mittee accompanying the n: vy appro ogy, will say, I did not mean to of are funds in the town treasury for
the redemption of the folioulng war»
tion and its consideration will proba priation bill furnishes comparative
.1 Mi . C .1 Met • ilium. C WiiNm. I. U
bly nut come up again until another tables of American and foreign con statements, much less the democrats I rants: 1055, 105«, 1057, 105H. 1059. Anderson. A D Hillman, F H isnvn
year has rolled by and we are snow struction which shows, among other as a body, but brought them in as a i 10«7,
- I0M, 10M, 101», KGo. Ing, Ge«» Morgan, M C la»w, E M
I rebuttal to broad assertions made by
bound again, with mail only once or things:
1071. 1073, 1074, 1077, 1009, 1079, Morgan. C W <>>rbln, c Nickerson,
■ the same party, reflecting on the way I OHO. |o*l, ]0*2, 1075, 107-'. 1072, G«-o Ager, J II Biirett, Wai
twice a week. The people of Klam
That when the ships now building
ter Anderson, L II Dot«», Thomas
ath county have reveled In pipe are finished we shall be the third na-| the republican party was managed in 10M. 10*4 10*5, IO*«, 10*7. 10**. K«alllier, John P’lock. Geo (’ WaV,
10*9, 1090, 1091, 1092. 1093, 1091.
dream talk for some time.
We have ral power in the world in paper ton
1095, 109«, 1097. 109S. Interest will Rav Anderson, B W McCormick, C «1
Madison, T J Downing. A Sliur, A I
definitely decided on ttie exact route nage and the second in real fighting the convention over the various notn- cease from this date.
¡nations. Further, if the truth of
<> Tlbla*t.ta, W <’ ( r.id<M-k,
the new road must take and have strength.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Or., this
II F< baprnan, Fred Chapman. C A
my statements were as groundless as 14th day of April, HMM.
even located the site for the depot
That we are building as much as
J. W. S iemexs . Town Treasurer. Burrows, It A Emmitt, J J Whitcomb
and the big stock yards which we France and Russia, now the second were his predictions. I would humbly
F Fks k.
feel that it will be necessary for the
Phone, Mum 19&
N«rri< v. Tlie undersigned will on
Notice for Publication.
words «* wade «* of'but
Wednesday, the 4th «lay of May, 1IMI4
railroad company to build. We have
That we are building almost as not sanctioned by any other democrat
I«and Office at Lakeview, Oregon.
apply to tlx- < omity Court of Klam
delved into the mysteries of the fuf much as Great Britain, and more
March ■». I'*4
ath County, Or., for tlx- issoanc«* of
Notice 1« hereby given that the following
ture and drawing slightly on our im than Germany, Russia and Japan '
named «ettler ba< filed notice of her intention tlx- liceiis«* to me as at»ove prayed for
to make final pr«x»f in «npport <»f her claim
aginations have shown each other the combined.
and that -aid proof will la* ma'!»* before Geo T In tlx- above aixl for<-golng petition,
Drews Valley, Oregon
Baldwin. < 011 oty Judge of Klamath County, of which all j»en«,ns may take dm- tx>-
corning grea’ness of our country,
dairy items .
That of first-class battleships, the
Oregon, at hi* office al Kiamath Falla, Or., on
with Klamath Falls as the metropolis ch:ef strength of a navy, weare.build-
PF A HL WF a DF.N
Th«* merchants of this vicinity fid entry No 2MM
of Southern Oregon and the main
for th» NV4, -<er 20, Tp 40 H.
ing a greater tonnage than any other
R 14 E W M. Mhe nam»a the following wlt-
have not kept up with the demands n« «.« « to prove her conriniiotia reablence upon
shipping point for this vast country,
power, not excepting England, and
cultivation *>f »aid land, viz: K IL C.
of the increase of population, There and
until we can ace her with her thous
Wflliam«, W If C«’|» lamL It C. Cowley and
more than France and Germany com
is no sugar to be bought at either F. D. Swingle, all of Lorefla, Oregon
ands of population, stone buildings,
Notice is hereby jfiven
J. N. Wataon, Reglater.
Dairy or Bonanza.
paved streets and crowded hotels, we
that there are funds in
That of armored cruisers, the re
Notice for Publication.
can see this railroad carrying train
The Stif,» in the mountains is
I the county treasury for
maining element of the battle line,
loads of cattle, grain and produce and
land Office at l^k»vl«*w, Or-HAn,
the redemption of all
we are building a greater tonnage melting fast and this has caused the
March :n. I»H.
our millions of feet of timber is to b<
Xntlce I n h-r-by elven that the following
than any power except England, and
n«lo< -1 M-lller hs- rtl- <1 notice of hl. Intel-tlon Klamath county warrants
converted into lumber and shipped
make final proof In support of tils claim
more than al) other powers coniblued ! Since the so'-lallst meeting the to
and that -aid proof will he made before Geo. protested on and prior
over the same railroad. All this an<
weather has been superb.
If this T. fialdwln . County hi.lgr of K larnath County, January 15, 1900.
aside from England and France.
Oregon, at hl- office i,i Klamath Falls, Oregon,
more wc have done and planed yet
A c M hihs , I*'. (), Bunting, Lakvviuw, Oregon.
That our ships now under construe- peace and harmony is the result, then on May II, 1WU, viz;
est on same will cease
Wfl.I.IlM II CKOHH
like the rich man in the bible, one
tfon will more than double the 1 Kive u» more stxlallsm.
Ifd entry So .ia, for the W .nF.1.. SK'.SW1.,
thing we lack; We are asked to giv< strength of the navy, arid when they ! The surveyors of the Klamath Can- See T| 'M li II r. W M lie name' die fol from this date.
low ing wIincNM-a to prove bls continuous real-
•160,000 to the railroad and we are
Dated at Klamath Falls, I
u|s>n and cultivation ot .aid land viz:
are finished the navy will be more1 al Company have been taking the dene.
Thoma. Wineman. M, A Wiseman. Stanley
exceedingly sad for we are very poor.
I Hoglirt of fi-uisuza, ur„ and I,. M. VanMeter Oregon, this 24th
than three times an strong as it was i contours of Alkali valley,
It is of Bedfield, Or.
J X Wataon, Register
at the outbreak of the Spanish war. 'hoped that the waters of the Big
THE REPUBLICAN PLATPORH.
H. H. Van Valkenburg,
That our new program of construc ; Klatnath Lake will soon be Irrlgat-
nt t lie old ní / iik I
The Republican National platform tion provided in the pending naval ! Ing th«; land about Dairy.
for the campaign of 1904 is outlined appropriation bill is four times as
At the democratic primaries on
by Thomas Aiken, of the Federal sub great in tonnage of fighting ships as the 9th Inst., th. re were four “old
We now have the
treasury, in the following terms: that of France, the only country that ! war horses” present.
Protection, sound currency, early still stands between us and second the rest of them? Presumably they
completion of the Panama canal, jus place in the list of naval powers.
have joined themxlalists.
tice to capital and to labor in accord-
The petition to repair the road
FORT KLAMATH JOTTINGS.
on hand wc have ever had made up.
*'ice with their inherent lawful rights
across Pine flat Is being rapidly
I. A U N I) R Y
and opposition to all illegal combina
The snow Is fast disappearing from signed, Tills Is i/ne of the worst
Our Stock is complete in every detail. Our alm is to treat
tions of capital for the purposes of this valley, a g«x»d portion already be pieces of road in Klamath county.
trade right and give the best values for the money
fixing prices and stifling competition. ing bar«, and wherever the snow Is i At one time there was an approprla
to be had. Repairing and Carriage Trim
The main issue will undoubtedly be off grass Is starting nicely. Home i tlon of ♦500 tn repair this road.
the tariff, and the subject Is one wit I have turned their stock out In the Afterward Treasurer Howe made bls
ming done by competent men.
Wo are now move«! ¡uto otir
which the electors have become so fa lower end of the valley, w hile others great steal of county funds Including
miliar that tbere Is nothing new to in the upper end of the valley having | tliis appropriation. For this reason
new building at east end
BRADLEY & GUNTHER.
be azud for or against. The experi- run out of bay were forced to drive , it is plain that this petition should
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Clotliing, Furnishing Goods«
Boots and Shoes
Commencing April oth, during
tlie entire month
Crockery and Glassware will
be sold at cost
Baldwin’s Hardware and Crockery Store.
3 SIS® STÄBkES
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
Teams with or without Drivers
BULLS FOR SALE
Registered Hereford Bulls
12 month to 2 years old.
Until May 1st I will sell one or all at one hundred dollars each.
We are still Doing Business
MRS. HONG SING
Finest Line of Harness and Saddles
Japanese Curio Störe