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claim» being dense ami < i fine quality.
Mis. Ryan is a newiqMi|«'r woman and
from »inn- large house in some lar-ofi
city, represented by a salaried man.
l'ina is wiiat I» C oiuiii inly called now
ha* much to do with the aihwaa of her
ada\'» "hot air,’’ ami hot air cost«
daily, but it i» not unlikely umnev ami the man that Imys the piano
Republican lu Politic». and «levumt tu the
Timber. AgrteulturaL stock ami Woel luivrvMa she will return to the town of Kl.unath to use in hl» lioine | mivm (or the canvas
of the great Kia inaili <\»unry.
Fall«, winch sire describes met inter er», salaried men ami a -> the hot air :
estingly. It i» located in it wide, rich well compel!’! m is the Ills* o| traile, ami
we have no ol>xvtlon to £anv eom|»‘tl-
valley, surrounded l*y high niouutaius. lion, a buyer of g.ssl judgement will
P<iUt>h«d«vvry Tkutwlaj by
The vallev lias natural litigation tail- look around carefully before Imving
it lea and alfalfa—of which live crepe a 33ie Coss Piano House, of Ashland and
Medford, invite» you to call and exam
year is ratani—brings from fid to $17 a
E ditor and Ptmrairrea.
ine our line ol pianos and organ*,
ton by reason of the (act that Klamath ahont twenty Uve diflervist niakiw to
county turn» out 10,000 beef cattle every choose Ifoin, such a» the Molar, famous
Fall. The cattle of adjoining counties for it» laminimi, neh, ringing tone ami
r i» are also driven to Klamath for iattening enduring miallties: Bush A Girls,
Oar year (la advane«) ................
Schuman, Wheel.ak, Ntuyvv-anl. Ja
A railiomt is inishing toward Klamath cob Ikwl, Bherw'vaal A Non, l'esse, Nte-
THURSDAY. OTTOBRE 27. HMM.
Falla, one ot the most pictureaque spots gai. Victor, Kreil, Royal ami oilier».
in Amentia, and as a result people are Also handle the wonderful self piano
player, the Pianola, Burdett ami oilier
pouring in there so rapidly that lente
organ». Have some bargains ill aia'ond
are used to house them. A real estate hand piantai anti organ», alati rent pi
tss'in is the logical consequence. The antai. Terms ot sale eaajr to suit pur
country is a sportsman's paradise, ha» chaser, ami pueea gnarenteed loiter
an abundance tti medicinal spring« and Ilian any Soiilltcrii Oregon dealers,
w lien quality is considered, ami reiiicin
dep>>aitH of lime and borax. Mi»« Ryan tar that qvality is the only thing to
predicta it will be the sprightlieet city consider in the purchase of a piami,
in Oregon ontsTd« of Portland amt that ami. a» tornir reliability, we will leave
that to a host id saiislied customers in
it is tlie tast place now in the weal for
Jacksttn ami oilier eouuliea III Oregon
investmeni and legitimate ranching.— and Cahlornia. people w hose names
| arc a credit to any timi to ap|H ui on
Beloit. I VVis.j News.
tlieir list ns purchaser.
Namely: A M Wtaalford, postmaster,
Mrdtord ; A S Billon, editor Medtord
Mail, G I! Haskin», druggist . .1 A M hit -
man, J l> Heard, R W Gray, A F
Uncle Asa Mack Oles Tuesday At Reame», district attorney; Henry Orth,
|T J WUlhUMOB, I ' lm Schmitt. M 'l l
OF NKW YORK.
the Home of His Son-In-Law.
I re’s Academy, Ja. ksonvillv ; Catholic
I Churvli, Jacksonville ; I* It Hart, msr-i
FOB VICK I’RKSinKXT.
I chant ; H I. Gilkey, cashier First Na
A«a H. Mack, an old pioneer of Klam lional tank at Grants Pana; Henry >
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS,
ath connty died Tues.lay morning, Ot. Hart, merchant ; A P Cornell, Mr» <’ S.
25. at 10:40 at the home of his daughter ilql.lai. J l> Fay, N I. B< lim it, W I'
Mrs. N. L. Walker, agvd 80 veers. The Rotarla, F. King, Horace Pelton. J IL
Knyart.ll B Nye, Baity tirami Piano;!
Kt. Kl TllKS.
decvSHed has been a resident of Oregon Mrs I'll, Parlor Grami, presented to
12 G. B. Dimick, of (.’laek.mi.ts Ci». for the ¡«st 23 year», most of the lime Mrs W H Gore; Mr» F A Wortman, i
J R Wilson, iqs-ra house Medford; J M
being spent in Klamath county.
James A. Fee, of Umatilla Co.
I Bovi], merchant; Joel Hartlev, J J
Asa II. Mack was born iu Illinois,
.1. N. Hart, of Polk Co.
Mvers KdgewtHsl. Cal.; .* NCulhtarth,
October 25. 1824. He came to Califor- Chas Whitten, llornbriaik, Cal.; N I»1
A. C. Hough, of Josephine Co.
nia in 1849 and engaged in the mining Moore, Wildt-rville. W J Dangler, Mer
business and at the lime the I’age a lin; Mary talioa, talami; A M McVay.
The voter should bear in mind that Bacon tank failed Its lost everything he Althouse;! F livBoy, merchant. Gold
Hill; Miaa Allee Applegate. Klamath
in order to cast a ballot for RooHevelt hail. I.ater he secured control of a Fall»;
F M Lance, miner Foots Creek:
and Fairbanks, he must vote for each mine at the head of Feather river in l> N Miyder, prescient Glendale Inm
Co; -• F Patrick, Mrs Jennie B<><
one of the four electors above named, Yu ba county and put in a hydraulic tar
w-.rtli, Montague, Cal; Mrs S K Knight Ì
by making a X between the numbers plant but this work was stopped shortly Mason, Cai, K K Kubli. Portland; !■ I
12, 13, 14. 15. and the name opposite. afterward by state legislation against Fltsik, Win Wallace. Mr» Nellie Boivin,
the workings of hydraulic mines.
FJ Lnwry, Elmer Patrick, merchant,
He came to Oregon 23 yeais ago and Mrs i > D Caldwell, Mis Nellie I'raclit,
Paiker continues to remain in the
located with Sam Culver on wiiat a a« .1 M Wturner. Wagner Nprings. A D
Helm», orch irvlist, Mrs F M Calkins,
shadow of a lull.
afterward known as the Miller ranch. Mr» V N .Mir kst- >n, Mrs A Virgin, Mr»
The last 12 years of hi. life ha. been M lull» Evans. Mrs A M White. Alice
spent with hi« son-in-law, S. L. Walker. Fttsler, M V ('rocker, engineer ; T J N
Oil. dairyman, Mr» Ro»e 1. -laiirta. Mrs
He leaves three sons and twodaughters :
(’bastine, barali E Goodwin, Levi W
Harvey Mack, Vtlnlhrop, Wash ; F.ras- K<ater». Ntate Normal Nr ht»>lot Asltlanil
The real Democratic issue« so far as tus and Uilliam Mack. Portland; Mrs. Alex Marlin, cashier, Klamath bulla
I lie voters should be concerned, it» the Mary Knox. Portland and Mrs. Saui’l Bal,» . I I ' 1 Hat l a ! . -, , 1 l
Pro.»|*-c* , Convent House of I’roviileiic«,
party’s reconi for mischief and distress I.. Walkar, Klanuith Falls.
Vancouver, Wash; Mrs laliirs balwanls,
for the laht fifty years.
Funeral servicas were held yesterday ptatimislre»». Talent; and too many
from the resilience by Rev. J. W. Bry more to get »(race to mention.
“My objection to Parker is that he is
ant. Interment was made in the Klam a Itosi of organ customers that are well
too much like Roosevelt,” said Mr
pleased. ( .«« Piano House, A»lilaml
The |wll taarers
ath Falls cemetery,
Bryan in a Nebraska speech. Mr. Bryan
Plioue, Asltlanil MCI,
were H. W. Keesee. Geo. Chastain, Metlhtrd, 146.
never loses his sense ol humor.
C. R. DeLap, W.T. Sl.ives, C. D. Will-
I Km't I oget our sheet music depart
ment is complete.
Call in or write us.
TWO TO ONE REPUBLICAN.
son and Geo. McDonald.
We Iss-omt* resfiunaiMe for tuning
GLENGARY I ART.
when ordered through us
The registration which was .-lowed
Bepteinlrer V. I1«H.
To whom it may concern.— We, the
last Thursday shows that there has been
Mr.. M. McMillen of the takeside
undersigned citisene and resi.lenla of
86 name« added to the liat since last
Inn last week purchased of Zink Russ Jackson county, isuighl our plan.« of
June. Ot these, 46 are republicans, 25
ell, what i. considered the best 40 acre the Coee Piano H uiirc , and they are
Democrats. 1 Prohibitionist and 14 do
tract of land in Klamath county. Tlie thonrougbly satisfactory in every way,
price ami terms ol »ale, and we leel that
i not state their politic. 46 Republican,
land is located at Altamont, three mile,
any one wanting to pun base a piano
to 25 Democrats is a good showing for
from town. The price paid *«• FWOO. will timi it advantagtsuia to purchase of
Klamath County and we concur in Nen-
This include* a new- barn, which coat the name house, a» Il M. Coes is a com-
, .tor Fulton’« suggestion, that the few
and about 40 ton. of allaiia hay. |>etenl jii-tgr anti thoroughly reliable.
[ Democrats left should get in line and
W. W. N k kkh » on ,
It is Mr*. McMillan’, intention to Mock
J. E. I’ athk a,
I make it unanimous, The new precinct
thia farm with good dairy cattle and
V. St. ('. E. C. Micumeow.
I of Odell, which did not have even one
W . I>. Iiol»*rl«.
also it will .upply the new hotoi with
IRepnblican to send as a delegate to the
Medford. Or., Nov. 28, ll«>2.
vegetable«, chi- kens, eggs, etc.
To whom it may comvru.—Tins is to
County Convention in June, has four
new hotel when completed will have 75
certify that we have known Mr. II. M.
new names on their register and all are
('■»th, proprietor of the Coee Piano
Republicans., Tire total registration in
House, for more than two years pa»t ;
' in the Connty is 937. Ay there were
that during that time he lias Ireen en
about 1000 votes in June, this will leave
gaged in lire sale of pianoe ami other
50 saeke wheal, 1.27't per li um I rol.
He ha» done a
quite a number who will have to be
large ami *»c,<a»iug Itusineiui from year
70 racks oats,
1.40 per hundred.
sworn in on November 8th.
to year, and in all our exjreriencu with
100 »ark. rye,
1.10 per hundred.
him we have fouml him reliable ami
Flour, mill feed and latlanceof grocery trustworthy in all respects.
MEATH OF JOHN R. COOK.
Yotir» very truly,
stock at coat.
Also 320 acre, of land
J.icaaos Cot htv B ank .
John R. Cook, of the well known lum under new ditch at a bargain. Enquire
Following are a few
T. H. Moore,-Altamont, Or.
bering ami sawmill firm of J. R. Cook ot
which we have reason to ta proti-l o. : .
To whom it may concern — We. tin-j
& Sons, died at his home in Klamathon,
SHORT COURSES IN AGRICULT undersigned, taught our piano from II. i
Siskiyou county, Thursday night, aged
URE AND DAIRYING.
M Co»» and are very much pleased
Deceased had been promi
with it h
. . • every way. anil believe thal |
nently identified with lumber business
Immediately following the winter any one makirg a purchase from him '
g-ssl value for their money '
of Noitbern California for fifteen years holidays, the Oregon Agricultural Col
ami find their gissi» »atislactury in
or more, and the big »aw mill which he lege, at Corvallis, will give free of
every way, a» we have dime.
established at Klamathon was the start charge two popular short courses of in
M H». J . M A K1S.
struction—one in ag< iculture, and the
ing point of that town. He was a na 1 other in dairying. These courses con
J oseph M aki »,
W m . Wr.STHKOOK,
tive of Lyaconing county, Pennsylvania, sist chiefly uf lectures i»y »)M-<'iall»ts
M k ». W. B baco M, *
where he married and afterwards emi- from tlie Faculty ami from abr<tad, com
Mas. C. H amilton .
granted to Michigan. There he formed bined with work in tlie laistraiories,
Smith River, Ilei Norte Co., Cal
where student* have access to the ap
a partnership with A. Pardee in the paratus of the College and Experiment August 16 ,B«M.
Jacksonville, Ore.. June 27, IUi)3.
lumber business, and after operating a Ntation.
H. M. Coss, Medford Ore.
The instruction, which is simple, is
( number of years in that state the firm
Dear Sir:—hie “Victor'* piano that I
came to Klamathon, where it acquired adapted to the literary attaiuments of taught
last February, ami which
all; hence no educational test is required
large tracts of timber ami established a for admission toeither of the courses. was chosen wholly upon ila menta, i»
mill. Mr. Pardee died soon after com-! The schedule of lectures will be an giving entire »atisfaction. We are per
lectly »atiatie.1 with our choice, ami no
' ing west and Mr. Cook’s two sons were nounced in due time.
The course in agriculture will tagin one has heard it who has not admirer!
' associated with hint in the business,
January 9th, arid continue ten days. the lune ol tin- instrument esftecially.
i taler they sold the business to Hervey Nome of the subjects to be discussed are
T. J. Wu.MAMhON.
! Lindley A Co., and this sale was follow- Horticulture, Plant Breeding, Bacteri
I e<l in a few years by a lawsuit in the ! ology, Chemical Elementa, Flow Plant» St. Mary’s Academy, Jackarmville, Ore,,
Marcii 8, 1-01.
Work, Budding of Plants based ui»m
Siskiyou county courts, involving a large Plant Culture, Hints on Farming, flow
Mr. II. M. Coss:
Dear Fir:—We are highly pleased
snm. Cook A Sons were given a judg to Conserve the Fertility ot the Noil,
ment against Lindley A Co. in this liti Drainage, Noil Moisture, Rose Culture, with the two Irrautifnl pianos placed try
in onr inxtitution during the past
gation. Mr. Cook suffered financially Veterinary Nurgery, Rotation of Crops.
Roa lmaking. Fertilization ami How to twelve month». The superior quality
in the fire which nearly wiped out
of tone and pleasant aetlou of these two
Make the Old Farm Pay.
Klamathon two or three years ago, but
Tlie course in dairying will commence fine instruments combine to make the
was partially compensated by the insur January 21, ami continue six weeks. hours ol predion must enjoyable for the
ance carried. He was a man who »•»« Htudenta will meet for work six days of
the week. The mornings will ta devot
honored as an upright character by his
T iik SmrKKM Or T hk H oly N amk .
ed to practical work in dairy rooms,
two tlay» will ta devoted to blitter ma
KEJIJttHCß eOUnC¥ BJII1K
Lay in Your Supplies
The Brick Store
Until November ist
we will sell GROCERIES,
for spot cash, at prices
heretofore unheard of in
WESLEY O. SMITH,
Alex Martin Jr, Cashier
E. R. Reames, Vice-Pres’t,
E. M. Bobb, Asst. Cashier.
Is the policy of this bank, and it is
rigidly adherred to.
Safety first. Liberality next.
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Clothing. Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes
Koesel & McDonald
Everything Fresh and Clean
I. F. DAVIES,
J is the place to save money. Call and see my stock
’ [ before sending out for your goods. I will take pleas- *
i ’ ure in showing you around and will give you prices 0
! > that will justify you in buying at home. Complete
¡( line of iron and wood beds, springsand mattresses, • I
’1 chairs, tables, etc, etc, etc.
A GENTLEMAN’S SMOKE
- - GASTON - -
I Also Carry the Folhwinr Braids of Choice Tinn
La Belle Creole
Key West Havana
Belle of the Falls
Hats altered and trimmed to order I
Mr«. o. W. Fish
* Hardware Store.
w:ih or without
We keep the finest
lot ot horses in the
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
THOS. W. NEWTON, PropT
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
II«irs«‘N hoarded by day, week or mouth.
Hay and Grain bought and sold.
PnsHongern conveyed to all piirtw of Southern Oregon
and Northern t lifornia al the very low»»«tt ratea.
a complete and up to date line of
Trunks, Valises, Carpets, Beds, Furniture, Cur
tains, Cooking Utensils, Crockery, Tinware,
Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc.
Reames & Jennings, Klamath Falls.
Country Produco taken in exchange for (foods
Our STOCK is complete, our
QUALITIES are guaran-
teed, our PRICES are
the lowest, we will ap
preciate your BUSINESS
LARGEST FALL AND WINTER
LINES at any point off the rail
road in Eastern Oregon, of DRY
GOODS, DRESS GOODS, FANCY
GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATSANDCAPS, LADIES READ
Y-TO-WEAR GARMENTS, ETC.
Alex Martin, President,
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
ANOTHER PIONEER GONE
Tait, Sugar, Coal Oil, Rice, Beans,
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Syrup,
Coffee, Soap, Candles, Cream, Fan
cy Groceries, Etc., Etc.
Klamath Falls, Oreaon
Telephone Connection Between 5table and Hotel
Linkville. Phone Main 14
king two days to cheese making, ami
KLAMATH LAKE RAILROAD CO.
two tlays will ta spent in the dairy lab-
ortaries. In the afternoon of the days,
except those devoteil to cheese making,
!N erFKCT OCTOBKK 24 ISM.
; t st
lectures ami recitations will occupy two
7 J» A. M
Wisconsin Girl Makes Big Money or three hours. Tlie lectures will treat I A rrlve B oxhn
ot Soil Chemistry ami Physics, F<-e<l ami
" Ht«’d Bridge
Feeding. Dairying, Bacteriology, Breeds
“ Fall Creell ’
M : 10
and Bre<«lirig,'an<l Chemistry of Dairy
K lainath HprltigR
Miss Iva Ryan, daughter of James
There will be no fees except the
Í» to “
Ryan, owner of the Appleton Crescent, breakage deposit of three dollars. This
is in the city visiting her brother, Dud
glass ware in the laboratory, ami the
K lainath Rprlngx
ley Ryan, and sister, Mrs. Fred Jones. ■
| actual cost of material used; hence a
A couple of years ago Miss Ryan with ' part of tliia fee will be retiirnefl in case
“ Rteel Itriflgc
! several other Badgers, went to the , - of no breakage. IVxiks will cost atant
4 tO ••
ft 01» ••
Klamath country in Southern Oregon, ' three dollars. Rooms with l»oard ami
K Imniat h l.ak<* R.fc. Co.
and filed on a timtar claim and home-! lodging will coat from *3 00 to $3.50 per
week. For further information address
stead, adjoining, the .had section taing the Registrar,
' located about 150 miles from a railroad.
Hhe ha. .pent several months there at
A WORD TO THE WISE.
A CLAIM IN OREGON.
W O SMITH
various time, and has just returned
after “proving up.” Not only did she
not all gobi ___
it is __________
enjoy unique experiences among the dota PIANO6 iman that all piano, are
alita, nor doea it tuake a piano any tat
westerners, of whom she is very fond,
ter to bave a mali selling it on a salary
but has added to her wealth in the sum I or „„ a commission, neither doe.
it any belter because it comes
TOWN LOTS ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS
F.re Aaneiatiou of Philadelphia.
Cis: and walking plows, harrows, wagons, buggies.
Complete Line of
* Hardware, Paints, Oils, Guns, Ammunition, Etc
GEO. 1*. 1IITWIV
Hardware Dealer Klamath Falls
Rinjr up M(iin 193
Horses that will please you :
With or without drivers |
Commercial men conveyed to all points
West Mldej Sttntilew
JAS. SIGLER, PROP'R