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imwin’s Little Ksrly Ri-’n»
cent uppers, and rtnds ready mle at
»Ao per tlions »ml. Mill men are id- daini V lilt le pili •• 'Ut they »eu r
fall to Cleause th' liver, t'’
rv.idy slilpping thia lumber to Auslia st ructions and Invigorate ilic *y>t< •••*
lia, Germany, Italy and France.
J. L. Padgett £ Solis, Keim*
Next comes the yellow pine which
Winter il«»t ii»g
Is ¡1 little harder in texture, but a
of nearly all railroads t-hert* are more ; great portion of tills is very soft, with i When tlie »toma* h I» finii
ean t 1X1
oi less delays, ami thia nutd Is no ex a velvety finish when sawed. In fact, must have u rest, but
wlthmit food Kod d l»ys|»<'|*l't 1 ""
ception to the general rule. But so the writer, who, by flu* way, lias had "digests wh.it »on eat” so that »on
as tlie officers of the road are twenty years'experience In flic pine c»o <¡»1 all the K““d
Wraps, ready-made ffkirts, neck long
not informed < f any change of pro woods of Michigan, Wlta'onsln and while it is restoring the digesti»- or
gans to health. It Is thounly prepir-
wear, ribbons, laecs, gloves, combs, hair ornaments, belts, gram we may believe Hint such delays Minnesota, lias Inspected luuilH*r piles atioii
tli.it dlges'.s all kinds ot 9**1'
an* not Important, and may kn»k for- , which contained both yellow and su
l’adgett N Sous, lieno.
umbrellas, shoes, slippers, rubbers, overshoes, leggings, i wan! to tlie commencement and eon- gar pine and found it very difficult to
j struct ion of the. road with tlie same distinguish tx'tween them. 1 have
Rubbers at Duffy's.
dress goods, perfumes, toilet articles, etc.
acaled lumber here that would meas i
! hope and confidence as heretofore.
pi- ririoN i ok i iquor t iclnsi •
ure fifty-eight indies In wldtli, and
I perfectly free from tiny defects. Elicit To the Hon. Coimtv t’oiir! ot Klsmslb
coillitv. Stat»* oi <»n'il"ii.
There seems to be a growing desire < timber will cut logs that will scale
We your iH'titioiK'r». . ......I*'"1-
Clothing, boots, shoes, slippers, rub- on the part of file people of eastern 1 from the to six millions to the 160 levai
V.U» I» .4 fui.' Uki* l’i*'' i>'Ct. 9i
that the state be divided in acres.
I »ai.l County and State, le.i»" llulh
bars, felts, Overshoes, hats, caps, shirts, neckties, gloves, Oregon,
to two states, the line of division tn
Tlie writer knows personally of one queat that a lu en».' I«' grented to " • •*■
Broun, m it’HÌdvnt <»(
that cut twenty-six million »ell »|'inliioii*,inalt an.I linou»li.|iior* m
handkerchiefs, razors, razor strops, shaving soap, pockot
such division were to betnade, Eastern ' feet of pine and still had an enormous lea* »Iimntitie» Ilian one gadoll m the
Oregon would in increas.- of popula growth of giant red and yellow Ur left 1 precinct of fui»' lake, »ai.l C.Hinty «»'I
Mate for a |a'rio»l of six monili». Iron*
tion, capital and enterprises develop standing.
January lltli, itUl.
A'lam Slmltgen. lit’ .\nder»oii, J I
Next in order comes tlie mammoth
more in one year than it can now ex
King. T E W«lli«. John Ratlitf. •' 11
pect to do in ten. Irrigation, rail redwiMxls of northwestern Califoriiln I tdi, W R Davi“. Edinund Fli y. Samm'l
Matting, trunks, knives and roads. »manufactories, and a thousand and southwestern Oregon. This tim Wilson. Mont E llut.lii»>ii. I S Bran
other industries which follow in their ber is very valuable for all kinds of ■tlon, G W Brandon. K W<4»hJ» " J“ry.
I It Welch, Beit Itavi». E c Gardner
forks, spoons, carving sets, cigars, tobacco, pipes.
tram, would transform a vast and now work. It makes the very best ties, A E Austin. E II Gardner. C l‘ioil»>>n
sparsely set tied country, into a rich finishing lumber and shingles that II E Smith, C V Wilron. l»«n Colaell.
Van Brimmer. Jim t’ele, J "
and prosperous home for thousands. ! will last for fifty years. This timber Dan
Hammond», Frank Lillie, lohnaon B bit
Oil the subject of division, flic Ore is not found anywhere else on tlie nev.T F Fowler, <i F Fl»li.Ci I' Conner
\ Is inmin.'.
gonian of (lie 10th inst., says:
globe and consequen’ly is very valti:iy f Noble». M A.......
! Irwin Alibi, v. Ja* Bevan». I* II Ander
•*In another column appears a let ble. It is ¡is soft as pine, light red in »on. Doi Colwell, M ilarterv. C K
ter written hv Mr. John Minto to the coIorand grows very tall. Some of Hear l-lev, Il lini* lii»oll. I. II Ibibinaon.
Boot)».G Wilson, Frank llv'ln.k.
Citron, currants, raisins, lemon peel, chocolate, cocoa- Salem Statesman in advtK'acy of the this timber lias thirty million feet SB
C N lb'lri. k. A F It inm'll, " Stukvl. '*
i division of Oregon into two states. log scale to the 160 acres and some I. Seliwarli. I» I. Cl Hl. I»*n S|i*rev."
nut, cocoa, clam chowder, clam juice, shrimps, oysters, The most attractive part of tlie pr.»- , choice 40-acre tricts cut ten million CCiawferd. F. 'I Hammond. " »' "
Ydam». A I» Itali». II JohiiBon Thom««
mackerel, salmon, canned soup, peas, string beans, corn, gramme he outlines is the increase of feet.
Halt». Grant Gai. Fred Stnkel, C '
power in Congress to lx* secured the
Next comes tlie white spruce which Sliiick. G W Fi-li. Dan l'i»h, W I'urd.
tomatoes, pork and beans, preserved and dried fruits, Pacific Northwest by that means. It is largely used for box lumber. It is W Wilaon G W Gay and Jo»«'|4i Stukvl.
Notice 1“ liervlo given I list tlie lore
! is clear, however, that this fact af found on the western slope of tiie
petition will lie prem'iited to tlie
Eastern hams and bacon, Merrill sausage, jellies, pickles fords ground also for strenuous opposi Coast range of mountains and grows ! going
llrm. Count. Court of Klamath Count,
tion to the measures from sections, to a great size, some trees lieing six llrvgun, on Wednesday, January 9, liuti.
W. If. BROWN.
and perhaps parties, that would be teen and eighteen feet In diameter
the affairs of the propufced railroad,—
There is nothing In file Roseburg
statement wliicli slmws a single fact
In support of tlie assertion that the!
I enterprise is dead. In the starting
.STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
C ounty ...
MARTIN i CO,
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY
FALLS PLANING MILLS,
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
Plans and Specifications Furnished on All Kinds ut
Buildings and Contracting and Building
on the Installment Plan.
Aiimng II»' iiiHnite vartaly <4 iiiAterl.l ami *>>rli lurnlulxxl •*» •Iti» ■».Il ar«>
Stori* Front». W'i»«l Carving. Blair Itali«. Balu»t«>» ami Nvm l l'i*»l». IU m I vi »,
Senili and Tumili Work, S»»li, lG>i» an i lliind». Corner ami Ita»? Bl«k». kaawl
and t'irm'l Italuatr»» Ikair ami V indo« Fraine«, INilpila ami IV« Emi», Nhingtaa.
Builder»' ,t*rd«»re Paini* ami Od. Miiulilitig aml’il*».. ElviaUmi» ami tVaigna,
Eiiil»*"v<i, Ground »mi Cut Gl«»». Wall P»>wr. Fntnllure, eie., eie.
Ite.l «ork niel iiiatetial. ami In Ih« latrai ami tnoal a|*|*r.*t«d Mi Ire.
------- AND OFFIVK--------
Klamath Falls-Merrill Stage Line,
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor.
Horaea Imartled by day, week or inauth.
Huy Hll,| (¡min bought and sold.
Passengers conveyed to all parts of Southern Oregon
and Northern California at the very lowest ratea.
L.1V Cl j •
unfavorably affected by the change. I and 300 feet high. Many quarter! V inter clothing at Duffy’».
There is undoubtedly great unrest sections of tills timber w ill cut t wenty
throughtout E.istern Oregon by rea five million feet. Tlie damp climate TIRBI'.R CULTURE PROOF I INAI
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
son of the inequality of the appmpria-1 I and great growth of moss render It
tions from the present state treasury. safe against damage by tire, and this UNITED STATE" LAND OFFICE»
This inequality is real and most glar fact accounts for tlie great size of tlie L akkvikw , O icki iin . Ikwmlwr 4.
' Notice i«» hereby given that Manurl
ing. Recognition of It should alway timber.
I Vierra ha* tiled notice of iutenii*>n I«»
temper dissent from Eastern Oregon's I
make final proof U’fore Jan It. DriiM'oll.
requests for insane asylums and scalp meicial value for square tlinlxT and ('<unity Clerk at 10» •■ffie.' in Ktamalli
' Kall», Or., on Katurdiiy the 12 »lav of
bounties. If half the state institu bill stuff and is us* d a great deal for j January, 1D01, on litnl»er culture applu n
tions now scattered throughout West
t ion N •. I L’»», f»»r the \ 1<»t > l‘1, a tn I
ern Oregon w ere in Eastern Oregon, we flooring is only excelled by white ! SL of NK*4 oi *4’Cli» n No. 14. in T »an-1
'hip \i; t:
11 ’ r. v. m
should hear very little of sugar and maple for durability and appearance, Oregon, lie name»«» aitnwwa: I’. 1.
(¡oncrnl Blacksmith anti Kcpuir Shop. Wagons
scalp bounties. But it is a fact that while the red fir makes tile finest of Konntain <»f Klamath Fall», Oregon. Ja
anl repaired. Maeliin«* ami other work done
rob Kneuk of Dairy. Oregon. Ja*n$*r
1 the eastern part of tlie state pays a squve timber. It is also in great de Bennett, of Dairy, Oregon, Charlo« W
: great many taxes that go to the mand for mining timbers, -car sills, bliermnn <4 IXiirv, Oregon.
K. M. BKATTAIN. Itegi-ter.
j delectation of Miiem, Eugene, Corval I ship building and railroad ties. Most
lis, Monmouth, Ashland, Drain, Rose
Overcoats at Duffy's.
burg, Astoria, Albany, Portland and This is in great demand and brings a
I good price. White fir is used mostly
All work guaranteed autixfuctory. Try once and J
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
| for making paper pulp, for which
Winter clothing at Duffy's.
Notice i" hereby ginn. that William
' there is an excellent market.
A prominent Michigan lumberman.
1 confidently look for Oregon to be !
a historic number reviewing the events
derrit*tH|, hit* Hle«l in the (’nun*
««««*« ««v««< «««««« «««««««
Mr. Edee of Grand Rapids, who has come one of tlie wealthiest states in ■ tv ('«mH i f Ktannttii Comity,
of the founding and the early hard
final serotini <4 the a<hniniiitraf ion
recently visited this state, and made j the Union and thlstocuiue very quick- bin
ships of the paper. The essentials
' *>< raid i Rtiite. mid that Raid court Ina
Winter unJcrwMr at Duffy's.
extensive purchases of timber land, ly too.
DRS. HARGUS AND STRAW.
Published every Thursday by
ret Tue-dav, January Hth. 1901, at the
which enabled the Oregonian to mul
states, says the Sunday Oregonlon,
tiply success and overthrow all compe
NOtlvtOI MIIRIi 1'5 SALE.
Court honre in Klamath
that “the timber of Michigan is about undeveloped mineral wealth, such as said
( .: «I.»y, at the
tition and opposition, are the same ¡
i Falla. Oregon. aa th«* Utuv and plan lor Physiciens and Surgeons.
E ditori » axd P kopbiktob *.
all gone, and the mills will begin to gold mini's, l*otli quartz and placer, the hearing <4 ol>iectinn* to »««1 at'erHiiit
By virtue <>( an rtr<-uli<>n «tul. U»ua>l
that contribute to the success of i
<>rn< r. < uh « i -* î
!>m< ihm «
move to Oregon next year. Timber copper in inexhaustible quantities, , and tin* linid »ettl.'tnenl of ««»I *-»i*te.
I m 11><- < I. • k t tlw Circuii Court «I Wo
every undertaking in the world—un
»l»r« is! surfit ..ti to di* < *'• «•< lit« ftyt.
traBcairrioN bates :
County <>l Klamath, Male <4 Oreg"«,
'‘‘‘wnjj a ‘ m kni ^
N dm ' sud Tbr««. !»!•»•*» fttlrd.
O h year (in advance)
........ $2 00 remit ting energy and zeal, and prompt lands are selling in Oregon at present and cm ), Iron and cinnabar. In f ti t,
dated II*« Utili .»lay <4 N<>vrinl«-r 11*4»,
T hursday , D ecember 13. 1900. ness in paying indebtedness and strict from $800, to $3000 per quarter sec every known mineral exists in greater Executor oi i|>e e»tate of Arthur Lan
in a i vrlain a< lion tn Ilia Circuit C<>uH
tion, and still there is a great deal of or less quantities here in Southern ke'** ‘•«'•'•■'»'•I.
l<*r eoi I County Slwl Mate «livra**
p I). REAMES. H. D.
attention to making collections. The
Cl arie« I* lliighv. *• Plaintiff w »»>rl
land which can be taken up by citizens j Oregon.
|ii<l*'mi'iit a.'alu»! Tlioma» W il.<-n •*‘1
Whiter underwearat Duffy's.
The lot of the farmer or stock in tn news and editorial features of the who desire to use their rights.”!
Physician »nii Surgeon,
In addition to timber and minerals,
ji ffi-ii»ni W 11.1,0 lii. tiuanlian h-r
Is superior to that found in any other
»uni «4 »Il liuii.lri-d »Ini forty-riglit ami
“The timber trees range in diameter we have tlie greatest stock raising
OtTi«.- room»: * «ml H, Link ville Hot,-I 42 11*1 <M'».42i ilollara, ami c«i. ami <li»-
sphere of employment. He isableto many may often differ witli its opin from 18 inches to 14 feet and the lat
Hacklntoshe.« at Duffy's.
Alleali« aii»«vrvd tirotnptly day or liiir». meni. Ia»i»l al lourlix'ii alni ¡9» HO
lie the most independent man in the ions. all are bound to respect its aggres ter Is by no means uncommon ” Mr.
I of acres of good grass land where cat-
' 14 All) doilara, on llie » <<>*»1 day • (
world and baa unexcelled opportuni
Edee said »hat he does not think it tit thrive tlie year around aud ire sold
for what it believes to be right.
Nuliii- la hrretiv givrn Ihal I wlll <’H
ties to get ahead financially.
will pay to ship logs east, but is posi in the till to San Francisco, Fort land
Ilo1 l«i litii th ila, ol IV. i Mili« r IWO. »•
tive that tlie big sawmills of the Mid and Chicago markets. Tlie writerj
III. front ,|i».r i,| tln* cunt I ioum - in
Today has been set as the Tate to
Christmas will be here one week
Klamalli tuli* m .ani t'ounly, al ì
vote in the U. S. senate on the forti from next Tuesday, and in the mean- dle West will have to move here in the saw bands of 3-year-old steers sold this
o*r|.»'k in III» «llrtnomi of .al l ilav. »"Il
fication amendment of the Nicaragua time preparations for the event will
ni ptililii un, limi tu thè Iii»lie»t belibr
Im i a»li, lite (i>lln«ing diweiRir.l proper-
whole bands averaging $48 per head.
canal treaty. The outcome of the progress at a lively pace. The family
Ashland Tidings: Nothing has
tv. lo «il; l»4» I ami 2 of tifi» k II in
ballot will be prophetic of subsequent living in the poorest hove) may, by been heard of E. Edelhoff, tlie ab- Some stiH'k men sold as manv as 2.000,
Kl.mnili Fall», Klamalli l’mmly Orefm»
developments respecting measures the receipt of some simple gift, enjoy sconding manager -jf the Ashland at a time.
»mi lite » ohi li I all of tlw* auliih ra»l noar-
ti-r, a.-i limi 9H, alni I he miri li liali ,4 tl>«
Thus, this field offers unexcelled op
providing for the construction of the this great holiday infinitely more Grocery Co., since Ills hurried depart
ornili i a»l unarlrr, «rclnin SA. T"««»hip
In.". It. 13 L IV. M., rmitaining l«4l a- rw
than the occupant of the palace, ure from this city on the 29 inst.
different iinu. according to the tastes
muri'or li «■ in Klamalli t’oiinty Urrg»n
November 30th of this year there
labro ami levici! ni«m a» thè prii|*rty 'd
of the investors, and witli tlie advent Office: At the* Telegraph
Proprietor of Freight Wagons.
tlw »ai*l Tli' ina» Wllannor
were sixty-nine less prisoners in the whose happiness cannot be enhanced stood, have been placed In the hands
id a« ma» 1* niwr»aary lo »atialy tb»
Oregon penitentiary than there «■«re by the richest of presents. It is not of the district attorney for tlie pur
judgmrtil in lavor <4 Cliarl,'« I*. ftnghec
sure of having, Oregon will be »udilen-
November 30, 1890. Provertv helps the number of dollars stored in a gift pose of obtaining an indictment
■igamat »aiii Titolila» Wil.mi «ili» '*»
Ivrral ti rimi», toifelher «iti» all e«»t»
make crime, and the fact that crime that makes it impart high apprecia against him. Besides the amount
of the busiest and richest states in tlie
ami dfeliuracuieula lliat bave or may »c-
has gradually decreased since '96 is tion to the recipient. It is the senti Edelhoff got away witli from tlie
A T imukkman .
doubtleas largely due to the growing ment that goes with it. Children arc grocery company ha is short $70 with
B. T. 8fn«rn». Flieriff
made iiappier by inexpensive gifts,— the Foresters as financial secretary of
iMti'd ni Kluiiiatli Falla, otrgon »“•
Heavy unJerwcar at Duffy's
prosperity of the times.
I'Hily from Ager to Klamath Hot
V vio I h 'I ’.*2 i ) i I9UU.
perhaps, rag dolls, which will last for the local lodge. The fraternal organ
Spring». Keno. Kl.iiiiutli Kalin, I fairy,
Governor Thomas, populist chief ever,—than by a wealth of toys and izations of which the absconder was a
Bonanza, Bly mid Likcview.
Overcoats at Duffy's.
executive of Colorado, 1 as refused to finery that may be destroyed in a day. member an* looking out for tlie care
Daily from Lnkeview to Blv, B oiihiim
honor a requisition from the gover Besides remembering the little ones nt his deserted family.
Dmrv, Klamath Falla, Keim, KI,,..... .. Cleanliness and Good Work
Hot Spring» and Ager.
nor of Indiana for the return to the with substantial simplicity In presents,
Citizens have called attention of late
lMter state of a man charged with add to their joy by giving them
Malo-» connection with nil traiiia al
Notice i» hereby given limi tlierv «»<•
for LONDON AND fumi» in ti»' county t resati ry l«r th" »"•
fraud in a real estate deal. The gov plenty of good things to eat.
county agricultural society within the
di'inptioii <4 iliv following conn tv war-
ernor of Colorado acts on the grounds
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
runt«, protcatrd o» *ml ptiur lu July D.
coming year for the purpose of hold
thM the Indiana governor had estab
I » iff:
ing fairs and thus bringing together
inti'ri'.t <m tl»' »»tiif will i*«»» bui» th'*
lished a precedent by refusing to hon
“Through reliable sources we get products of the county and advertis
4S97 49*>2 ItlHH 49KK . 4I*
— ’> «***
Many pcrMni« have imd tin* experi i I h I i * :
or Governor Beckham’s requisition for
Excellent Accommodations. ence of Mr. Peter Shertmin, of North 41*11 I3M1 41142 4943 4934 41**» MIA A®’5
information that is altogether proba ing its resources. Aside frotnshowing
the return to Kent ucky of W. S. Tay
Mnitford. N. ||., who say*, * For 4992 AIM4 All«» A»»2 A24A Al'2< AJ4-’I A24T
ble that tlie contemplated railroad to what is produced here, the annual
5246 A249 :>228 W.‘4 bZ A ASM A229 A22A
.''■ais I suffi rid lorturi* from chronic
Klamath Falls from some point on fair would prove a means of great
indigistion, bm Kodal Dyspepsia A24I.
It I k probably an unavailing effort the Southern Pacific will not tie built. pleasure. The first fair association
l»<*tiwl nt Klnmnth Fifll*. Oicg"», Ihi»
< nr.* made a well mm, (lf ,„<*,” It
¿’«»ronger, ex pre»* n nd freight trafili: 1 i," 'I * what you eiit and Is a certain I At I. duy of Nowiulx'r, ItMMk.
to try to pound the fact into eastern Late advices from Chicago are very organized will secure a liberal appro
IL II. V tvV*i
.ohcited. All l'umile»« ei.lru»te<l to ti» ire for dispepniu and every form of
people that there is no profit in rais discouraging. Indued, the enterprise priation from the statb each year.
vili be expedited.
s oimtei, troubl... |t
ing pearlies and pears and other delec
desirability of such an enterprise and
table fruits on tlie Pacific coast as a men give it vitality, which probabili
Help l»llt doy,,,, g(^Mj j j
Blankot-linwl clothing nt Duffy ••
« Sons, Keno.
business by which to make a living.
John Hale, the railroad contractor,
Notice For Publication.
Moat of them, however, fascinated by
Felt boots at Dutfy «,
Di'|Hirtim-nt <4 tli" Interior,
the long-nourished dream to enrich who it is understood has the contract
Lain! oiUm nt latkeviuw, Ormr<»n>-
[Contributed totlbe R epublican .]
Hl7. "f ,Im' counterfeits
themselves by fruit culture, must to build the Oregon Midland when
NoVPMiiwr 2, 11**»-
Most i.r ti h
Haa'I Stlv '.
Little does the average citizen ap
hurry their cash into an orchard- and work is commenced on It, was in Ash
Notice i* hemliy given tlmt
" tn ¡no wiirtlih'ss or liable
preciate tlie vast wealth which lies in
for a few seasons watch the income
lowing riaini'd Mtllvr ha» tlli'il notli1" <•*
Francisco, On being asked as to the ! i the great wooded tracts of northern
that doesn’t come inbefore the novel
b, ós,“v" ,m «
‘"”’ lii» iiitioilion hi make tinnì proof in »«I”
|» «l ot hi* I’laim, ami that »aid
ty wears off and they find out “where
will lie niiuli' la-fori' Jiimi'N II. Dri«r,,B.
'll*’a*"*. J. L. Pail- l oiint v t lsrii, al Klainatl Full», Or., »»
they are at.” As an exclusive busi ly non-commitul and said the only particular. The lumbermen from the
Nature in »trength'.-ning and recon gef t & S hih , Reno.
structing the exlausted“digeitive o?.
ness, fruit growing rarely, if «ver, one to give information was Manager middle states who gome licre to inves
stractiog the exhausted digestive or-
Macklntosbe« at Duffy's
llarvvy L. 'Fallir*,
pays. There are plenty of opportuni
II. E. No. 2101, for lit« SK'a of HEl*,"»
. aut and tonic« No other preparation
"“w’ w,,Pn “ PCf' Hi-c. 17, NE'* of NE'-J. <4 Sac. 20, W
ties on the Paciflc coast in other lines, Chk.rgo, but who is expected to re mense growth of our forests. Giant
can approach It in efficiency? It in- son'sl|l|r'S|," :‘l"!
"Jib'I* in danger. A ueglectcd of NWof Sic. 21, Tp.4»'
sugar pine* from four to twelve feet
J stantfy reiievesand permanently cures
wherein capital and energy are amply
n !,,/8l’e.Psia> Indigestion, lieanburn,
E. Will. Mar., Oregon.
Tlie oflicer# of the Oregon Midland ie diameter and often one hundred
* m i li®"?’ ?°9.r Kti,m!ich, Nausea one M in. *1.'1
«' «”*"• lowing wit m'»»e» to provi* lih «•»♦wioo"*
Railway in this city have no informa feet to a limb, are met on every hand.
Sick Headache, Gastralgia,Cramps and
rtaiiili-mn ii | miii ami cultivate*« •!’
The Oregonian passed its scml-cen- i tion to give out F.'garding the above Tlie quality of this timber is second
all other result» of Impel feet digestion.
vir.> A.F. I'lulgott. of Krt«, i,r"’
Price j O c . and |1. Large site con tai nn 2% tlmn«
gon; W. F. Mcl'olliiin, <4 Kano, < »»•«<>* f
tenlal anniversary on the 4th hint., statement from the Roseburg news to none on earth, being very thin sap
""d other II. Snowgooaa, of Ki’lio, Oregon; A. L-
cmaM sis«. Book all ftboutdyspepsia amlieo fn t» thro n ami* iH" ' 'lK*
and celebrated the event’ by issuing, paper. They liave not been officially and entirely free of rot. Shake lum-
Prepared by E. C De WITT AGO.. Cl)lcaflo.
lanvitt, Klamatli Full*, Oregon.
iu connection with itc regular edition,
E. M. BRATTAIN. Regi»**'
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