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'•fins tin in f,,r Mtle, u# will I h - mtii delight ful resorts In vastly lucréis, d
pliancp with th»* |»rovi> toni» of the Bet of
by bls advert Is, iiietii in nd# paper.
1111 in I m -IH
f oi,tfr» MM »4 J|||H. 3t IK7H Wltillrd “Ali 4* *K*£i* 4* 4*4”4* 4*.4*4* 4* 4* *b -b *b *b -b *b 4- *b *b 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*.
h » t for th«* Mid«* of
I mih I n in the
T he county truchera* Institute Is
Mtat»*N of < ulifornm, Oregon, N«va«ÌAan<i »,
uidav fii'iu San Frunelaco, where he gan al tills place Onlay midi r the <11
in the following, we give the total
anhiiigton l»*rritory,” mm » Xtended to *♦*
was i .died In tin lu dslde of hl# sick h < i Ion of Siiperlidendeiit Fountain. vote received by each candidate, and m H Ih»* Piihhu l.arid .wtMt«*H by act of ♦
I ni i oixil S.
wlb. II. ri'imrta that M ir . Martin Sessions of the day Ule lots' held In IK Xt week We will publish til«' result AugtiDt 1, JKOJ, Norman (,Hfnpla*ll, of
h now mil of il.iiip, r and sju i'dlly re
A. F. A A. 'I.
the N'lirsd building und I hose of I tie III a tubulatr d form:
Mat«* of < trefoli, han thia day flh*»l in 4-
kl.ilKiltli Uslgv Nil. 77 meet, Hstnr gaining lii'.tlili.
thin offic«. hi*« »woro Ntati*rn»*nt, No. 237,
I veiling III the O|S III house. Tonight
dal eV' Iillilt on or la'fiire the lull iikh . ii .
- ’A . 1 j .,f "••<• 4
Tllos. II. Tongue, Rep.,
i. k.i .loiirn ii
• lilnaiuan af Bev. Slis'kwcel will discourse Inforc
At ► v M astir JH . W M
tion Nr». M, ii » Township No. 39 S.,
Bernard Duly, Dem.,
I . I xAvirr, bn.
ill. f.il with a pi os v ||, is bi'i n found al the Inst it ute ami tomorrow evening
Hange No. 6 E., und will »/ffer proof to 4*
that th»- land nought in more valn- 4-
o E. H.
II iiiil>oi;'li on Klaiiiath river, and Is there will iw an address l>v Judge Majority for Tongue
17 ahh* for it- tnnh«*r or Pton«* than f<»r ag’
\... HI II..' ' Hl, fl,'
For just 1er nt supreme court:
ricnltural ptirpoM H. ai d to ♦•HabliO» hin
9,.,| <ml till Tiie»'l.n evening, ol e#< Ii kept In an isohiti'd cabin, with Intcn- lb nsoii. Not only teachers, tint all
398 claim to Raid land h< fori' the Hegiiiter
Jx^l« F. K.ias.. W. M. I lull uf mh .n nil,uvlng him to lite oilier# hit iresti'. I In educational af- c. E. Wolverton, Bep..
T, G. Green, I »rm.,.
3 is and R»*< «*iv»*r <»f thi* office at f.ak* vi»*w,
|,u hi Wo l ie. be<
i< |u i liospii ii ,(t , UI Fram iaeo.
fuir# nre Invited to attend these
Or»g«,n. nn 'Ihnr-day, the 12tl> day of
I. •».• • E
Stale Nii|M*rlntendeiit Majority for Wolverton
l‘MM>. He names as witriMMS: •b
\>iotdiiip to tIo Lakeview paper# meet Illgs.
Kl i Iiitlh Ixxlge No. 137 IIIVI'I. every
N. A. Campbell, of I'okegsma, Or.;
f'or dairy ami food coimniaaioner:
(•„lui.l.n i v.'i'lug In !.•».•». F, hull. Hli le 1« ,i j.ri .it i | i in.uid for I. i I hiii rs Ackerman Is unable to lie present
Ed. CamplH-ll, ,.( I’okcgnina. Or. : Wm.
\ , hii . x l.mther. • ■ idiullv luVil. <1
323 Barton, of I'okegan a, Or.; 1». Black-
lit that town, <« < .ihlom-d l»y f|ie gen* lillt I'¡ of. li.ttof Drain, arrived J. W. Bally, Hep., .
I . I I till. , N . I ,
W. Ncliulnn-rich, lient ,
238 more, of 1‘okegaiua, Or.
eiui building opii.itloiis coniiiieiici.il yesterday mid has Ix-en duly Installed
C l P (Kill.II, H m
r,,,, k .a I oimii No pit I lu re. |i |N <’l llllll’d t liât anyone us Inst i ii <"tor. The lust It nt«- promises Majority for Bally
8., ing adversely the alsive-dMcribed lands
I ,, ,, | in,<<tii fir.l mill thliil Tliui. want Ing work !.. ‘ <1 tint
I or dial riet attorney .
are ii.qiiesti d lutile their claims in this
remain Idle a to I»' llllgely lit tended, mill will not
,|,,, , > 11
"I < •<' h lll"l'*ll Hl I . • • < i
otti, e ,,n or before armi 12tii day
ii pleasant gathering, blit A. E. Beanies, Dem.,
j. |, ,||
Al i< a B ai uw is , N
• '. II. Watson, Bep..
391 July, H#X».
E. M. BBATTAIN, Register.
k k * >i i * *•• ■ **ee.
T he news collies thill 'Jr. Wai’.on. will result In much profit to the
\ •». u. w.»
Majority for Iteames
I ml Illi" bulge No. ill» meet# in 1.
NOTH E OF SALE, IN COUNTY
For joint senator:
T he party of sixteen applicants for
altoini'v, I,.i, tw ii lu-aten ami th.it
otlitT. KL \ MATH C OUNTY,
J. N. Williamson. Rep.,
Vi,Un. I'l'ilhvr. wi Ironic.
Mr. I!, .mu ■> . I. is Is 1 Il i liTtcd III Ills
A. S. Bennett, Dem..
i, i Haunria. M. W.
place Tlie majority In the several view lumi onice last Weik,- passed
J m ,. W. Sn mi
count ii , of the
district la not yet I lirough lu re on t heir ret urn homi' Majority for Williamson
31 In the matter of th«- estate of Jame#
|i „1 II . A. ". U. W
I be first of t Ills week. They report
For joint rrprewntatlvi'
Edward M'l aiuglilhi, deceased.
I'v ii'gi lmi' l — liie No. «8. 1» ..III , publlnhell
Inc i, . , iv I nduv I'Veiilng III \ • i. I
By virtue of an order of sale made
tll.lt tile citizens of Lakeview are It. A. Kmmltt. Ben..
\\ i, , ;
I..«nt M H a I uwis , C of II
Geo. T. Baldwin, l»em.,
141 by said Honorable Court and dat'd
ami we iind. rst.uni tlie iH’HUlifiil cus- m<nlug energetically in the direction Ilarrv C. Lclls'. |>eni..
L»'« I tiri.i' »Ti Itnouiou
281 May lltli, I9oo, I. the undersigned
The ap T. II. McGrcer, Bep,.
turn <d strewing with flower# the of rebuilding their town.
.. 362 administrator of the estat e of J antes
335 Edward McLaughlin, dereuied, will,
graves of tile soldier di ad was obscrv - plicant • have s< ciir< d *>im' excellent A. S. Ifols rts. B<‘p.,
G. springer. Dem.,
244 on and after the 20th day of June,
isl here l.y U nuiiils-r on tinti day. I'lnlins and feel confident of ¡ hi earlv
For county clerk:
1900, proceed to sell all the real
There WIT' no formal ceriTllonli's,
James II. Driscoll, Dein.,
433 estate beonging to said estate at
Tic Gold Frmil” I# dolng i rush
resource# of Klamath county.
L. Parrish, Rep ,. .
364 private sale for cash, the real estate
party consisted of the following jht -
Isdng briefly described as follows:
The east 1 of N E |. the SW| of
sona: S. J. M.-ekcr, of llenlv. Cal.; Majority for Driscoll
b s IIalste.id. of Fort Klamiitli.
ami < i.f'led liHleurds, lielng four
NE| and the SE | of section 3«.
Ilanliiian Horn J. W. Downing, ole
wa« tu t'.wn Frblay.
S. T. Summer#, Ilem........
one Il . f r ■ l high........ U II. I
393 township 39, south, range fl, cast of
• ’. A. Ilans, ii . of Hornbrook, Cal.: A. Kentfmer, Rep...
i'oii/ s.in.m Tmigui’ It i# E 'en re- g. f f , I in. si. ¡4 in twciity-e
391 WM.ialso NW | of NW |. the S j
Mr». Mary J. Clawson, of llenlv. cd.;
of N W |. NJ of SW I, SW | of NE|.
t.-d lo a giHHt si/. d majority.
dav a , T In« |s an exe
•» NW J of bE|,
Vmltew C Davis, Miss \llce l.ilTesh. Majority for Summers
and government lots
J iii I. u 'Ninllli of Altamont was Imre Mr. McClure very
1. 2. 3. 4 and 5. in section 3), town
hide Miner, John Miner, ll<*rmtin
vesti rilav liKiklng after business.
proud of Id« luiv s
153 ship 39, south, range 7, east of W.
Grlsbr<*etIi, W. S. I'arsbal, of Klama- Il II Van Valkenburg, Bep...
336 M.. in Klamath county, Oregon, con
Iv'uo ipjsTts to Is* ile* banner r«*
Eil ll.it rington. VV hile under t he tlion. c.il.: M. W. Ciuikey, Mrs. M. Alex Martin Jr., Dem.,
taining 663 acres of land.
pillili, ali preelnet In thecoiinly.
Itlfiui’lice l.f liquor, lit tempted to W. C.iskey, John At sslg, of Bi-swlck, Majority for VanValkenburg
117 estate will tie sold entire in one lot or
Iti! ir Walkir of llly passe 11 li r< ni : li Im.ird .i moving train m*ar Ifornl.r.s.k • al.; It. McKinnon, Dave Blackmore,
In parcels: the sale or Kales to be stile
J.ISJST Bennett. I »cm....
45« i ject to confirmation by the said
town i.stenl.l) mi hi# way to Ash- nil.I f< II under the wheel#, W lllcll M'V • of Pokegailin, Cal.
W. S. Hoagland, Bep..
33« I Court.
er, d Ills right f.« I just I i I h . vo the
The annual report of Superlnten I-
Dated. May 11th. 1900.
lie was taken to t lie count » ent Fountain, recently trmismlttisl Majority for Bennett
tsh.-rlff Krndmer m.idc a trip lo ankle.
E. D. BRIGGS.
\V . Irlver ' . sletdav oli legai tinsi
to tlm stall' sii|M-rlntendcnt. shows
< » ii t tie first of.lune a large num- some facts which will be of Interest Fre<| Me I hase. Item.,...
S. B. i lardner, Bep.,..
Ritiri Dutican. of Igmgill Vallee, I mt wereoAtn;. a v.ar's sulmcrlptIon to <>ur render»: Nuiide-r of person#
Notice F or Publication.
Iliade a In.sin ss trip tu Ibis town oli to th - pa, .. an.I Uicy will favor us Is tween four and twenty years of age Majority for Melhasc
For s Tusii superintendent
bv remitting ¡is s<H>n as |M soil tile, in Klamath county. 1033; nuinlx r of
Department of the Interior,
U. IL DeLap. Bep.. ...........
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
V terni of d'strtct court wlll he
<<eo. W. • >nicl<i, l»em.,..
April 27, 1900.
hrld.it tli'coiirt li mm In llils pl.i.e ea< h one, but In the aggregate 73X; areragc daily attendance, 474;
Notice i* hereby given that the fol
filed notice of
nutnlicr of te.-.chers employe! si, during Majority for I»< U'ip.................
lll'Xt Wl'< k.
his intention to make final proof in gup-
The republie.tn ami fu .lott fiartl<'h
VV II Grilliti, frolli thè sugar pine
|H,rt of his claim, and that said proof
574 will lie made liefore C. II. Withrow,
I# female; cstimat<*d value < f isTmol W. li Mnipsoii. Rep.,.............
ri gì- il« • f Ftuiw, vvas at Klamath had a stiff Ip'lit over tlie county oftl-
County Clerk, at Klamath Falls, Ore
>.tsoii. . t .on dai. The fusionlsts houses, including grounds, »12,750; 1!. W. Marple, Dem.,.............
490 gon, on June 9th, 19U0, viz: William
Full' ' ' terdny.
won the republicans lost. Il was a value of M'hool furniture, »2,794:
II. Morgan, II. E. No. 1970, for the W
Vfl'irn ' II. W. Ke'ser was In Ilo.
CALL ON EMIL PLIL.
balfoINE quarter and E half of NW
il.se ¡¡nd doubtful M'rimtmtgc until value of ¡ipp ir.it iis . *1,300; average
rial zi' ti L il busim ss th" lati, t
quarter, Sec. 8, Tp. 33, S., It. 71» E.,
th. Votiswere counted. Both sides amount of salary paid male I earlier#
W. MOregon. lie names the follow
pait of last wi i k.
f. uglit stulilH.rnlv. ami some day they | m r month, 058.63; average amount
ing w it m-sew to prove his continuous
ìli' .iitirr reptlblleatl stale ticket will tn it on again.
paid female teachers, »40.81: number Iwfore going to Medford, please come residence up”i> and cultivation of raid
Cha-. W<-tlotorn, of Fort
w.is eleeted and file nevi legislature
organized schisd districts In the Into my warehouse and shop in Ash land,
Lie, tii>n d iv was a warm ami sun
Klamath. Oregon; I>. W. Ryan, of Fort
w III l>. repuldlcjn.
shiny il.n uni voters attended strict. county, 28; average number of month# ers. Bain Wagons Bennico Spring Klamath, Oregon; Louis Swart, of Fort
Klamath, Oregon ; Jim Baker, of Fort
The roi.l» over tlm mmint.ilns are Iv t<. the b oiiie s on hand.
There public M'hools hate been taught dur
Iron, Steel Klamath, 1 »reg >n
gi'lllllg I h Iter so Ihat om 's lieek Is w. re f. w or m> political squabbles. ing tlie year. 7: niimtier of miles Wagons and Buggies.
E. .M BilATTAIN, Register.
and coal always on hand. Only first-
p<> longvi l:i il.mg
i ' ihh I foiling |nrvadi I luitli sides ami traveled by the superintendent in vis
class Blacksmithing and Horseshoe
i.Messr*. Grilli Gai ami W. I*. 1.»tot order pr>'ailed.
As to who iting schools during the past year. ing done, at very reasonable prices
yhltimy. nf Merrill, w< t. Klam.tlh w . ■ • ■
■■ al ...I, w e give th 1.290.
And I assure you 1 will save you
Tai . fíílf
Con -n '.small Tongue received for
j juut Icul.irs elsewhere.
money on everything.
The ea’.va, .Ing Issird niel vcalrr-
B. s M'«>rr and Ky Taylor expect re-i lctloii to congress, a majority of
day aft rnisin al Hm e uri hmum ami Io start f r l’urtland this evening. between forty ami fifty In Klamath
Up-to date people get their photo
il thè elisi Imi refttrns.
The former w ill go on to Philadelphia county. Assuming that th" republi
graphs at Kelley's studio. Klamath
J. II. I a!«), of Stili I ranelMii. rcp- to attend the republican national con
res-1:1111 • Th, Kidletin of ih.it city. vention .0 .1 the latter will remain lit gu", as without doubt they did. and
Inaile i s a pleasitnt cali Mmulay.
ISrlland to attend a meeting of th. tliat the fusl<»niats all voted for Dr.
I »al', as, ill S< I, they prnliably did,
limi, l’hlin C.Hiper nnd wlfe, of
then this county is republican by not
Following Is the report of the
lt.s 'hurg, w. re guest « of B r. uml wish I h .II i an enjoy aide time.
less than fifty majority. Thlsls grat Klamath FTtll# public sch<«>ls for the
Mrs. < rat■’ mi Tin sdav of ibis wevk.
Instead <>f the regular preaehing
ifying. It shows also Ihat tlx* most month of May:
next Sunday morning at the
Judge Smit h of Altammit lias on
of I he nominees for county offices on
N uiu I ht of days taught, 20.
hi# rani li als>i:i 400 acre# of alfalfa. Iheslivtei Ian church, there will be a the republican ticket did not receive!
Number of holidays. 0.
hildr. n's I »ay Exercise” remleted
Il»' l. st and ni' st pr itllablt crup Rial
the full reput Ilian strength, for If'
Days of attendance—boya,
at 10:30. Tlie public Is cordially In
they had they would have been elect girls. «20; total. 1212.
In tlie evening
S. E. Mari.n. of tiri» place, and onc vited to I h - present.
ed. Thus, for instance. Kershner for-’
Divs of atisence —boys, 12: girls.
• '( thè finir censos cnutiieralurs <>f tlx- pastor will preach from tlie sub s!l< riff w.is iH-aten by two votes. As 29: tidal, 41.
Kl.iiu.itli ci u it e, commette d tuklng ject. o \ Sunday Excursion.”
Mr. Kershner has imide one of the
Cases of tardiness— boys. 2; girls.
thè l eiisu, un June Ist.
Cards have I hm ' ii Issued announcing most capable officers the county has 15; total 17.
Average daily attendance, 61.
Our geni.d friend T. F. Mlncr I h the marrla"’ "f Miss Gertie Mi'Clurc, ever had ¡mil against whom not a
now sii | h iintendim' I in.im ss al lite of I’ue \ nlley. to Mr. Chas. A. Bill fault could l>e justly ¡illeged, the
Number of visitors, ft.
'Goi.i l-rmit.” Hi» i,|d cusímners ion, of \slil.iml. at the Hotel I.llik- quest Ion n it urally ¡irises as tow here
This Is the report of the advanced
vllle lit Klamath Fall# mi Sunday. was that fifty majority.
Esjieclally and primary departments only.
■reglad toree hlm Hiere agalli.
Th • total receipt# of the library
B. I’. Galtrneati 1« building for tlm June Io. After the ceremony, which so. ns quite a number of conservative
•lisiri. t a ir thè si'hisd limi«" a largo will l.e pi tformed at noon by Bev. J. members of the deniis-ratie party entertainment given on Friday even
All thesi' fact# seem ing were »34.65; the expense was
W.sslslied 1« liv «,0 feci.
|t wlll Ite VV. Ctaig, Invited guests will join voted for hull.
tlaislieil in g.H.'l «tyle and wlll cord with the young couple Ina sumptu to show that Mr. Kershner vvas de- »11.45, leaving a fund of »25.20 to ex
ous dinner prepared III honor of Hie feat, d not so much by the demis-rats |M*nd for books.
We wish to thank
as by the republicans themselves. the orchestra and others for their
h A. hiiitmlt who wti# on Mon
di.» < l"eti d mie of th" ri'pri rentatlves
Election lielng over, perhaps we This may |#>sHibly explain where the kind assistance in the entertainment.
fifty republican majority went to in
E. E. W asiibi 'RN,
repriMiit Ihls disi Hit In tlm legls- luidtM'tler turn our thoughts to the
Speaking his cn#e.
Lditre was in (<nMI Tmuday and railroad pnwpect# again,
J. L. Padgett, of Keno, w;ia a
of railroads, we understand the pro
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE OF
1 In- weai ber ha# s il I led down toa jected Dulles uml Klamath Falls I Klamath Falls visitor Tuesday.
Meady. coitifurtalile warmth licit her road, (Isdng really a branch of the C.
DEATH OF MRS. CORFU:.
rursnsnt t<> nn order made by the
1,»..) has nlready. a party of stir-
,,H""ld nor tmi hot and fruii and It.
lion. County Judge of the County Court
They are colu
of the State of Oregon, (or Multnomah
'• »ai Ion ami ¡i|| kinds of erops are I veyors In the field.
County, dated on tlie 12thday of March,
growlng v Igormisly,
Mrs. Eleanor Uorpe, mother of Mrs. HUM), the undersigned Administrator of
l.'d all cooperate In having it big I will probably be two or three
Nurse of Yreka, Mrs. Dr. Boyd of the Estate of \\ illinin McKenzie, de
ceased, hen'by offers for sale at private
tH'fotl,' they arrive.
•'Nebralloti Itero July 4th.
Klamath Falls. Or., and W. 1». Corpc sale, the following described real estate
•''••rii. prep nations |n
The • Irdcr of Washington, organ- of Sebastopol, Sonoma, Co., Cal., also Is’longing to said Estate, to wit:
The South hall of the northeast quart I
"ri' k’"lufonvard successfully under izi'd here last evening, elected the a sister of E. Carrick of Yrek:i, died
er mid the north half of the southeast
'heauspice# of tlm band.
follow Ing officer», I here
at Mrs. N urse’.s place bet ween Yreka quarter of Section Eighteen (18) and
F. Goellcr, and Greenhorn, last Sunday, aged 80 the southwest quarter of the north-
'• A. DiifTy Informa u# thai he has charter member#:
quarter of ................
Craig, vice years. Mrs. Uorpe wits a native of west
president: Mrs. .1.
dMIed io |Hist|Mine fin.
teen (17), all in Township Thirty-seven
ll us<‘, xecre- I’entisyIvanin, ami came direct to (37), South of Range Nine (9), Fast of
presidi'tii; Mia# E.
*hl1 li ho had planiteli for
I the Willamette Meridian, in Klamath
•'■y. mi ai'cotmt of special services in tiirv; R. W. Marple, piust president; Yreka in 1875, afterwards going to County,
Oregon, containing two hundred
Mis. M. J. Sutton. chaplain; Dr. II. Klamath Co., Or., where she lived acres more or less.
chtirchcs mi that dav.
The terma of sale nre cash in hand,
Mf. and Mrs. E. W. Goweit loft II. Ilargus, im'dlcnl examiner; W. E. several years, thence to Healdsburg,
and offers or bids for the purchase of
" *'Corning for Ager, front whlch
said real estate, upon said terms will Is*
HI V||S- (hoyen g|)(,N )(| s,|() |,.ri||1. nsslslaiil escort; Mrs. B. W. Marple, twelve years, returning to Yreka received by Robert A. Frame, said
treasurer ami organist; Don Steele, about two years ago to live with her Administrator at his place of business
*'"■ "liete alte I h calleil hy thè ser-
suniber 518, Mnrquam B«ilding, Port
daughter, Mrs. Nurse.
Mrs. Corpc land, Oregon, up to and including the
'"" h lllnes# of |H.r fa.iuT,
There Is probably not a county In has been al the point of death for 9th dav of June, 1900. and from and
Mirried, al (he resldcnee of lite
some months past, and showed great after said d iv. I, the said Administrator,
will proceed to sell the real Estate above
1 ' S f.ItlUT. w. II. Copel.imi, III tlie United States that equal» Klam-
vitality, as her demise was rx]»ected descrilxsl at private sale.
¿i""'" V|dl*'.v. June 51 II, 1 liuti, II. F. ul It cmmty as a desirable resort for
R omcrt A. F ramk ,
It is also tin- every day, her devoted children hav
fishing uml hunting.
• '•'•"l"1.s.. I(, M(km M||1.,|m
Administrator of the Estate of
surpussed lit shady camp grounds.
William McKenzie, deceased.
The tmnital Influx of tourists will the assistance and consolation possi
y'' 9 loti Is calleil totlieni'W ad-
Attorney for said Administrator,
soon bey III .'Hid I lie number of vlsl-1 ble. The funeral took place yester
225, Abington Building,
''•"s.'tm.nt .f a .
(, arr |(. k
tms this Hctismi promise# to greatly day afternoon from the Al. E. church
L'elb' .lH "llS
exceed that of former years.
Crater with an appropriate sermon by Rev.
and wlll dniibtI csh win lake, Spring creek and Pelican buy R. E. Wenk, and was largely attend Timber Land, Act June J, 1878—
Interest on same 44H, 4530, 4527, 4529.
S,l'.ess wlilch Ite deserves.
Notice for Publication.
are the lending attractions, , mid . ed by (he many relatives and friend#
w ill cease from this date: Nos. 4571,
Dated at Klamath Falla, Oregon, tide
c Siuiiii, |||(, progressive and when wc have secured railroad cem- of the family in this place,
Notice is hereby given Unit there nre 4528, 4593, 4578, 4ÔI7, 4X28, 45x3, 4419, 7th day of May, 1900.
• - ■
funds in the county treasury for the I58’i, 4551. 4348, 4X1«, 440k, 4474, 4X48,
"" '‘’'tatti, of Allattimi!, hits mimicatIons, tourists, coining from 1 •i lo acres of past tire land for rent.
II. II VvsVAi.Kr.vnt'Ro.
L akkvikvv , O rkoon , May 4, lltOO.f rudeniption of the following g Count V 4400, 41X5, 4,>.I2, 4492, 4373. 4047, 4499,
Mhicr .stock of b'ioilh and far ami ncar, wlll journey to those Apply to J. W. blemer.s.
4512, 4409, 45Q6( ;
Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
Spring Stock Now Arriving
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
Hats of Ail Kinds
Give us your trade on Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Men’s Furnishing Goods and lots of
other things. If you want a tailor-made
suit for the 4th of July, please place your
We have over 1,000 samples
to select from. Prices are right.
Largest and best selected line of Men’s goods in
Klamath County, consisting of Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Underwear, Fine Neck-wear, Fancy Shirts, Gloves,
Hosiery, and everything else
Men’s Suits, $5.00 to
Our quality and prices will surprise you.
Mail orders solicited.
I. A. DUFFY.