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navigai« both l.md ill(,|
Tim KI un iti.
I'lteh cump.mv will m,, t
day foitn, pul)»,» ,,f iiwting offi
ci-ri», «nd m t|h,t tinm will <<aMlder
Q w. Snyder of llly wiw »li re blin |HO|MHM'd I'lll.up |,|,
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Km II 1'111111'. in. ut Mill lM.
f,,r AK,r liy i'“ rylMMly,
vid tlm greater
enlargi'iimut tin |H n, r.
LOCAL news .
ja». Utid'iri'i' ut Fort K lama!h waa
tiwlng fi, liii'leiiii'iii weather
liad io.ul, H,,. II..J,,,., ,,f ||tl||„r
A p Harpold of llominza Hutidny- here last I ililu» evening was not mi
largely ulti nd' <1
was exported mid
„1 in Kliimull1 F
. ni||M.r dlsapiM.lnt-
j |; pi lliui and Rulli l'i II of Asli coiiM qmml»
. Ing financially.
The ix'casion was a
land *•"' 1,1
mm i.rii», li.iwi'it-r, all pri'si iit
ptid. Hopkins of lt.in.ili/i Visit I'll
hating a giHMi lin,., and un excclh'iit
Klamaih I dH over bumluy.
Ti„. ito goti li glsl.ili'r" adjourm d
llug-rai»In” I» mi,, of ||l(. niixil
Un, .Ile al midnlglil S.ilutd.iy.
profitable Indiistiiis Intim world and
pr Mi»* “ luriwl Ib'- laller |vni more all, nth,o houlil I m - devoted to
0,'last *>ek troni iris trip lo Al.dlurd It III I III» 1'1 III ii 11.
'I Ill'll' Is 110 I m I ter
pr jllldi rl.r.uid aod Frank llt.in ti'iil fol gi■ 1»In
hogs than alfalfa,
Imiiif Merrill aì » ìi «'<> Kl.nmiili I di» rye un i |M,i.it.., » ■'in 1 moils erojis of
wlilcli ate t n»,i| . .11 h year In Klam
Jiidge li. muffi 1» no* al |t.«« l>iirg nth count y. let the hog bushrcM lit'
holiliiiil • '’•
*" l’1* ' “f
AA e lint |i ■< hl file
The bill In Ihe IvglsUturr lo Ineor- tIi it Mr. ( uni., rs 1»
I i . ia liecn sigimi by Illg ills It »Id lie. and lots n
|il.|i'i'. Mr i nob. is I m mglit
ranch In Klamatli enmity
|letn>-m,H r SI
IllOIlt II* .170, imi we jin sume
Houston » opera house Friday in n
pei ting t
|nf. Mar. li I •.
a very worthy otiz n and an
The Mwm i» almul off and Me arc
lent addition to llic iH'onle
brtlitnlng I" li ivr m.my trini» ut ap
pò* lime »prin •
L.ikcmid AI o J im -<i,untie* are talk
pr. II.-ime» I i . m I» < n «luly appoliii
ing of tin- |><
.nit. of tffiillllg oil.
ni pelisi"'' • » imlher ni Kl.im.itli Fall»
Iii 1»,tli I'oimtivs ■ h | surface liidlca-
br thè goti rimiciit.
II ions are foumi. < if K lanuti h county
|*rv»l>l' il McUiuley and Vice Pn-s also, III,- Mimi may
I h - salii.
itieni ll<»~ “ Il «Ili Ite Itiaugutrtliil Mlll|lle. I 111 Ii' ate very strong hull-
a<*lt Moi.‘l.n . Alio li itti
cat Ions on t in I.imi of .1. AV. Siemens
Tii<-Po *bi I.'fiali i lii.reli and par Hoar the riier.
AA'hy not Investigate
amage .ire tiri i sprlllg tu I h -div'orat ,11? It might IlioSM'lll out Into a
ni alili a n. « . . il < f (lalnt
ItoW Illg Well.
San Francisco Call, Feb. 22.
I’.ii»}, Hugh < liipimi and Jack llur- Gllmon pl ty with Gllatort men mid
toil a! tended the
— D. of . II.
... I mi II al wutiii n and GII nmmi llhlstrat I oiis .
Klamath Falla Inst Friday night.
P'Tim Only/.ineticgii Girl Who Ever
Thu <nld Fellows are now lo Married a King" rivalls Um alnmst
cal! d in their in w hall.
They arc fnrgotG'ii ru.11.t1n f of a New England
1 ndi avorlng to |iiin hiiM- a m w organ girl who eainc near to wearing a
by siriwrlpt Ion.
crown, an I “Fl».' Liveliest of All
Marl«, I lie yoimgi-at daughter of Kentucky Girls” recount* the Micial
Mrs. ('I i . uh ', dlcl last Sunday at the triumphs of a .Southern beauty.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Janies near ward Bok writes on topics of wide
Royston, uf membraneous croup, af spread Interest, and Helen Watter
ter a brief Hickner.
The ri'inaliiH son Misxly i II m ' iism ' h “Girls Who 'Go
were burled Tuesday In Bonanza ecni- In' for Soiiu'llilhg.” Tli" fiction fea
ture of tin- Man'll Journal, “The Au
thor’s Raiding at Bixby Center,” is
In Kate Ixiuglas Wiggin's liest vein.
'•A Sum ssful Country House at Bryn
M.iwr" and “A Suburban House for
»0,500” show the beauties of g<xxl ar
Music lovers will lx- de
lighted with the musical wi ling of
Eugene Field's "Armenian Lullaby,”
At midnight, Saturday, Hon. John ' and all women with the showing < f
II. Miti'licll WSHlIected I nited States feminine fashions, apropos of Easter.
Senator. Tlte Dual ballot gave the By Tim Curtis Publishing Company,
Philadelphia. One dollar a year; ten
Mitchell, 40 votes; Corbett, 29: cents a copy.
I CASH STORE
THE NEW SENATOR.
Hon. John H. Mitchell is
If was learned yesterday Ilia* lie-
fore Ficsidenf Hays of tin- Southern
Pacltle Railroad left for the East In*
received a delegation of the J'okegu-
ma Sugar Pine L uiii I mt Company of
Kl.niiatlion, < il., ami give tliat Imdy
■■very iwsiinUK'c of tils siip|x>rl In the
company's effort Io build a road from I
K lam.it lion to I lie Klamath Lakes.
Work on this mad has Irren coin*
It will extend from the Bennett, 15.
For News oi the World
north side of the Klamath River,
One of the triumphant supjjortcrs
i . iiiiiii . ii. lng at Klam.itlion, fourteen of Mr. Mitchell was Representative
Read the San Francisco Bulletin.
miles In an easterly direction Into a Enirnitt of Klamath county.
The Fifty cents | mt month, including
dense forest. 'File toad will I m - In the citizens of this county are well satis large 28-page Sunday edition.
heart of a splendid t holier district in fied wit Ii the election of Mr. Mitchell. for sample copy to Th-- Bullet in, 133.
which the stock holders have In sight I.ik>- Hermann. McBride and Tongue. Kearney St.. San Francisco. •
more than I mhi . ooii .OOO feet uf lumber. Mr. Mltcliell is an hotiorablc and re
Reports show a greatly increased
It Is tin* Intention of the new rail liable filend to Riston Oregon, ami
death rate from throat and lung
road company to push Its road ilinct In Iris hands our Interests arc safe.
troubles, due to the prevalence of
Io ttie Klamath Lakes. own itsslaeui-
ST. PATRICK'S DAY BALI..
croup, pneumonia and grippe.
■•rs oil tills body of water and In this
advise thi use of One Minute Cough
w.iv strip logs to Its lumber mills at
A grand ball will be given in honor Cure in all of tIrene difficulties. It is
K lamat lion at a minimum cost.
of SI. Patrick's Day In Houston's the only harmless remedy that gives
’File company also intends later on opera house Friday evening. Marr I,
Children like it.
extending the mail Into tile Lout 15. Tickets. II. Supper at Esmond
J. L. Padgett & Sms. Kent*.
River country In tin state of Oregon, I io U m - at .*><1 cents per plate.
which, though rich In timber and
ONE HORSE RESCUES ANOTHER
HOW TO TRAVEL.
(Misttire lands, at pre« nt is not pene
ria«H*s la ■ ■« Tow. to Ia>a4 Bllad
trated by any railroad,
Information for the Public.
Aalmal Str«**linj la
AV it Ii lire completion of the rail
road into thine timber lands the I'm
In select in;; your route to the Rist
kegain.i Sugar Pine Lumber Company
A blind horse wm rtirwtl from a wa
Judg'* T.miliw;".’ll of lalkevlcw
Iii tlm l. gls
■Ihl.iturr on tlm I Till, a will is-greatly Item tiled. At present von cannot afford to overhsik the ad I tery gru»e th. other day by another
•topp.il li' mi .udir on in» w.iy rcMilut inn was Intnxluei-il favoring its only means of transporting logs
hone. The blind horre wandered into a
bum* from a Irlp lo I' rtl.m.l.
tlm divliii. 'll of I in <>n Into two states, to Its mills Is by rolling t lient into Ilio G iiiisde U E'i Kits R ailway In mill pond at Mountain Grove, AV. Va.,
connection with the Denver X Bi" and soon got beyond hi» depth, when be
Il >' l'iirk' <>( Altaiuonl w.i» ni rim resoluiion was iot.il down as the Klamath Hiver and trusting to
Grande and Colorado Midland Rail began sw iinming around in a circle, un
Fort li luck that they will drift down with
able to land. His distress attracted a
(hi* pi ' l e-l i',
ile reporia thut liriglri liai<- I ■ ii ■ xpcctrsl.
roads. It is the only transcontinen horse which belong» to Postmaster C.
. iiati ly, Rist, tn on gon Will MMIII the current.
hit «lf. Il.l» (r • Il qlllU III of lai '.
’ITtiii plan is not a sue-
tal line passing directly through Salt Z. Berner to the water’» edge, and he
Tuia, i olmi) s:i|>-'rlnti'odi,iit l»c- doiil.li- In inti-« ami strengtli. ami e.-hs. Frequently tin* log» accumu Lake City, and In addition to the tried by neighing to direct the blind
lapi. riaiiiinlng llie sili gradr of »»lii'ii t In ' IM'Xt li'| ..slatutc inerts, two late and caiiM' a jam. Imps also diift glimpse It aff rds of the Temple City, horse to shore. Failing in this, he
thè hlamilli I all» *< Insila for priMiio yearn hi-itc* »11.I1 a i< udutton will Is' to the sides of the bank ami eventu tile Great Salt Lake, the Salt Palace, plunged into the water and swam out
Into the deep pool to the distressed ani
tiieii.' I with greater fa“*.
ally land high and dry.
and the picturi sque I'tali Valley, It mal’s relief, which was sccomphahed
L L- C hiù , atlurney ni Liketl. «.
offers cholee of six distinct routes to in the unique way of seising its foretop
• aslillown “'iletd.iv oli Iti» way cil for AA i»t,i , ,'tou city Iks'cinlier 15, ed on flat ears and hauled to ttie mills. ttie Rist and the most magnificent and towing the quadruped safely to
terra firina, amid the cheers of up
A prominent S.iitln-rn Pul tic It.ill-
la.inr tf" i Salem, »liete Ile sai dui arrived Imi tin. iii irulug, icturiritig
scenery in the world. A double daily ward of 100 persons who had become
via tli<’Soiitli rn mule.
lie had a road official stall'd yesterday tliat lie train service and through Pullman
lag th. » natoti ti ci f lo.i.
pl*-1 uni j'-urimv iiik I an enjoyable deemed tin* coiiiiiii'lu ellielit of work
Palace and ordinary sleeping cars,
Mr*, J. M
»i»it m AA .isiiington. bcaldca aoeoin- mi tliis road the tlist steps toward a free reclining chair cars and a perfect
Hsniaker rame out from Port land
plislilng in li for 1 I k * Improvement substantial railroad.
dining car service arc now In opera **• la latra'lr Krs.oaslble for tbe
Ust Wri-k and Is visit Ing tn Astil.uni
••Tliis mad when completed as far
of Ills Ag> ii<
lie promise» to give
tion via these lines.
CSirsrltr of Sfatar, at
en nini. to her Inline it K laiii.lt Ii
11» soim tiring for piililli alIon next ns the Klamath l-aki-s will I m - valu
«he Orbar tel.
For pamphlets descriptive of the
•“ k r< . irdiii” Ills trip and ex|*T- able property,” Im said.
Iter. J M
McOmib will tirale , Iclices.
"The Young Man Out of Business
reaching ttie lakes eommcl Ions can lie
|>. Manslield, General Agent, 253 Hours" is th* theme upon which Sen
bere wltb III. f unity aironi A pril 1st
Jas A u.mu f L-mgcll Valley, mid
Washington St.. Portland; or to Geo. ator Beveridge, of Indiana, discourse«
lo ir iipi ili • l'nuby toriati puFrlt
agiil a'M.iit . “ am, was on Sunday country, which is rich tn mineral as AV. Heintz. Acting General I’assenger in a recent article in the Saturday
'Fliey conic from Tur-
Evening Post, in the course of which
.ifti-iiu 1 f i ni dead In an old cabin well as agricultural lands.”
Agent. Sall Lake City.
net. Or. u
'on Iris brother DamPs place about 7
“There is poiiitively nothing of sueh
Ali i t|» i i. i. <d tlHliernuin iella us tnllesfro.ii I', n.i'i/.i.
In tlic above article from the ('all. SCHOOL REPORT FOR FEBRUARY.
value to young men -yea, and to old
that lf ili r- 'imi lia*1 a railroad so Ii id im , n <1 11 sen-ral days.
Numlier belonging at the end of men. tix>-n» the chastening and pow
th.il a tnarki'l < oiild !»■ qiilekli rracli- l. a», i .111 ...... 1 mother and two broth til'll commenced, should proliably
erful influence for good which wom
lite month. 137; total days' attend
ni. li.'e. uhi i li ai Jlo.iMio e“ rj “-.ir er«, l».i»ldand Henry. Io mourn Iris read tliat it will lie coinmenceil as
en bring into their lives. I should lie
ance, 2.3A5; numlier of days taught, the Inst man in the world to suggest
In llie lu.li Itusini's*.
Tli •. or< oT, Mr. Marple, was
19; average daily attendance, 125.5; that a young man should keep himself
A tlnnr uf citile, nuntberlng 200 iKitlll d. tint did not de'ill it iki ' cs -
numlier neither nbsent nor tardy, 03. ‘tied to his mother's apron strings.'
and uwned li» Fred Mcllianc of Fort sary l<< hoi,I an ln'|uext.
Tlte per cent, of attendance has in- as is the saying of the people, and
this is not wrhat 1 mean when 1
Kliinitli wt-rr starteli oli Suini i» fot
Ashland R <>nl: James Pelion of
creaacd very largely.
earnestly suggest that he keep ns
thè tallioid, »11 Te Ihe» were tu I m * s.itns A ill. 1 John E. Pelton and
AVc copy from the San Francisco
A. C. Gi'TiiKitiK, Principal.
close to his mother's opinion* teach
aliippul f >r IS.rlInnd.
El.no Neil of Ashland, and Geo. Call of last Friday a very acceptable
ings and hifluence aa the circum
stances of life will jiermit. The same
Jn<i. King, AA in.
AA' i I wki ,
limi k.'lill.i • hi of Roseburg started from piece i.-f railroad news, from which it
thing, of course, may t»e said with
Barattarli. AA |'. Wliiiney and A g us Ii. tc “-»ter i n for Kl.1m.1lh Falls to ap|mani tliat there is an alwolutc cer-'
reference to a man's wife—even more
10 a. tn., Sabbath school.
la k iii'iiliiiru uf Alerrlll were in drl“' in mo head of beef cattle tliat t.rintv of .1 railroad to Klamath coun
strongly, if possible.* But the conver
Riamila | iila Fridi» in attenti III” K"l>ll I” in I»'i:<it from Pelton Pros. ty. It Is t<> lie built by capitalists
sation and opinion of any good wom
Dtgrrc of llum.r bull.
an are, as a practical matter and a
I'li 0 »«ill I,” sliipix 'l from Ashland t<> .mil liaeked by the Siullmrn l*aciti
rt:4*i p. lit.. Endeavor: subject. ‘•Re measure of worldly wisdom, simply
Tills I miu I of cattle
A» mmiii ;u> thè r.illru.ul la bulli lo Puget > uti I.
ligious Barrenness;” Roy Wright, beyond price. She i« wise with that
Kl.iin.itli | ili» thè Soulliertl Paeltic »»III ii” doiitit tramp down tlm snow Ilion to tills pl.u-f when1 it can con-
sublimated reason called 'woman'a in
•IH "f • "ut» i .itic i its Ashland diti and make .1 »»Id. path on the summit
7:30. preaching: subject, “God's
lower Klamath lakes.
From the ar
"There is. too. a human quality kept
nl'm point and hiriite ilio Mine ai of the Uavadcs.
ticle It appears tliat the mad will bi'
aliie and growing in your character
elthcr KI.miai Iloti ur llnrnbriiuk.
Tim I'.u llic mail steamship, City of
I. G. K notts . Pastor.
by woman's association and influence
puslied with vigor and will Im com
* • J. Ilirhlle of Purtlind nrrlved Rio de Jaimlm, while attempting to
that, as a matter of business power
pleted as soon as possible.
in meeting the world nnd its prob
liete lilhl liiil.iy t,, |,M>k o“T I Ile town enter m ' i I ..inelsi'o bay, early Friday
(’. O. R. It. to Lakeview and this
lems. is far nnd away beyond the
>nd country wRii a vlrw of hM-atlng.
■ road to Klamath county, Imtli tot*'
Tlm Ladles’ Ahl society of the M. value of the craft of the trickiest
Re wi.ui i I m -a dealrablc clllaen and fog and was « reeked on tlie rocks and
1 done this year, and both opening R church propose to give a "Patriot gamester of affairs and business and
wa trust he »Ili timi a Imslne.ss upen unk In a few m nmiits, carrying
disirs Io San Francisco, render It cer ic Social” on Tuesday evening, March politics who ever lived. It is a say
down Io dealIi 122 of the pa-ssi ngem
ing of the farmer folks among whom
tain that If Port land desires to com 12. .Some novel and very interesting
I was raised that such and such a
and itcw .
This was one of Um most
A ’<'l> pli'.ni' lias I m ' i ' h put In Geo.
pete for tile business and trade of features will I m * Included in the pro person ‘has principle.’ meaning that
terrible shipwrecks ever occurring on
T. Baldwin's sturr, which ci.niiecls
Southern Oregon It will necessarily gram. which will appear next week. the person so described is upright,
It happened near
the P.ieltle coast.
trustworthy, judicious- that such a
with mu' ai |||g I ioiis C' and another nt
have to lose no tline.
Portland Is 11
I in* cut rance of tlm Golden Gate and
person's attitude toward God and
the power house of .......... Icetrlc liglit
great mid pmspenuis city, but It
man nnd the world is correct.
alMuit a quarter of a mile from tlm
lisiks like a losing game if it stands
<<>iii|i.mv. Several otliera nre noon to
“AA'omen have pripciple in precisely
Notice Is hereby given that the
** put In.
idly by and makes no effort to hold a
the sense in which that term is used
Tie l.ikeiiew Examiner, speaking
regular annual stockholders’ meeting by the country people. Thej will
Mlm May Worden gave a parly to n of the rivalry l*'tween Portland and part at least of the business of South
the Klamath Falls Irrigating keep you true to the order of things
It Is reasonable there
numlier tlf yming (H'uple nt her home San Fraimlsi o ns to which shall get ern Oregon.
will be held at 10 o'clock a. —to the constitution of the universe.
fore to believe that Portland will im
tlm ti lde of Eastern Oregon, says: mediately make such effort and that in., on Monday, March 4th. 1901, at They will do this, not so much by
preaching at you as by the influence
uu'iii» w< r,. M-rud. ami games, music "I'ortland business men have no one
the office of the company In Rennies I of their very personality. The man
and general noclalillltjr made the even but tlienihclvcs to lilanm because Sail we shall have In the very near future
rallnnd commimleatlnii with Port-, X Jennings' store, tit Klamath Falls, who has gotten out of touch with
lug | i . i » s quickly and pleasantly.
womankind in not to lie feared He
Francisco gets all ti c trade of Rist- laud as well ¡is San Francisco.
E. R. R kamks ,
is to lie pitied rather than feared, for
The I mh I v of llic cm and Soutlmaslern Oregon.
he is out of harmony with the world
■'»•year uld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. land's business men have never In
—he is disarmed. No matter how
lnrge his mind nnd great his courage,
( iiwii of klamatlmn was found In terested themselves in tlm trade of
Mrs. Chase of Colorado is visiting
he is neutralised for all natural,
liuiaili river Saturday where she Uris section, or tlm welfare of the
All persons indebted to the under proper-proportioned, and therefore
If the railroad from In r parents, Mr. and Mrs. James at
was drownsd Nov. nth lust while (Hopli’ here.
signed will please set tie their accounts enduring effort.
|(lgg w|t|, (,t|l(.r ,.1,11,1. tlie north pts Into this territory Royston. She will remain for several at Klamath County Bank.
“I know a physician who. still
Hrsl, Its managers, liaeked by I’ort- montlis.
young, has reached the hind of his
C. S. X R. S. M imhik .
Mr. Bateman of Klamnth Falls
profession In this country. Sundays
land, will have m move quickly, fol-
Tim Pitt 1
and the evenings with his wife nnd
PUMPS ANU WINDMILLS.
thi N. <’•
hue, under the new man went to Illy last week and purcliased'
«''T Indian* will not |H. removed to
children nre not enough for trim. He
a giMsl team of horses of Mr. Smith. ,
agement, 1» active In I Im extreme.”
A tine line of Pumps ami Wind takes AVednrsiInys also. Precisely this
AA'alt Ihiekimister returned last Mills just received by C. II. Withrow same thing is done by the great young
Tlie Klamath Fails W. <’. T. I •
captain of finance and affairs whom
the ••AernmtorMan ”
f’maln Where ilmir nticcsloni lived, i will hold memorial services for tlm Thursday from Montague where he
took a large drove of sheep for Mr. '
Anp<.(lo(aI s)(1e of TheiHlor(< I described first in this paper ns be
mul inure limmlliig schools are not ex late Francis E. Willard at the M. E.
ing a total abstainer. This is not
Gerber for shipment.
' Rm^velt ” gives sharp, clear views done for the rest it gives these men,
ehiirch on the evening of Sunday.
Jas. Dixon of Lost river was riding of (he strenuous life of our many or If it is done for that it ia not the
11 Is no longer a question <>f wlictli- March 17.
A g>"'d program will be
sided Vice-President-Elect In the greatest benefit they get out of it.
rr Ivlninalh Falls will have a railroad rendered and everyixsly Is cordially in Langcll A alley last week.
They come back to their work with
Mrs. Etta Vinson lias returned to 1
Ladies' Home Journal. These clearer and stronger Conception* of
01 ,,"t. hut, u question as Io how many invited to lie present.
her home in Langell's Valley.
Kb'' anecdotes reveal (lie characteristics human character nnd of truth in the
M iis . II attik W ilson ,
Several different rall-
her j „( |,|s remarkable (MTsonalily. and abstract, nnd the concrete, with
r”<id builders are anxluiisly figuring
Clialrinan L<sal Committee.
which their profession or business
children the iH'iielll of Hie school, gre freshly told by Ills closest friends.
Ihii's pro|s>scd to lie run lliroiigli
may lie. must deal. They have a new
Iler older daughter, Miss Lulu, has 'p|H> witching "Widow and Her tenderness, a Inrger tolerance and n
Aiming the projected Impruvenients
All persons indebted to the under- an al lack of Saint Vitus Dance and Friends.” of Charles Dan i Glbs'in’s broader vision of life nnd humanity,
Mrs. Vinson will soon take her to' ).rcat|on| are v|vithxl Into stage per nnd, therefore, of their business,
•’ this town uro those which Iwoeltl- signed are hereby noli lied tn settle up.
which is merely a phase of life and
Klamath Falls, Or.. Fck 2«, 1901. Yreka, Calif., for medical treatment, sun.iges and intreduced in a two-act affairs."
»id shortly Intrmltiee.
Albert l’attcr,oii and sister, Missicumedj by Margucrltj Merington a,
Un ii' wood X Co.
il ui pinpos s to gel a gasoline auto-
Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
LATEST R. R. NEWS.
\tAMtAMb üa M taù
Klamath Falls, Or.
A good Stock oi Hardware. Good goods
at very reasonable prices. Not blacksmith
ing supplies alone, but Everything generally
kept in a Hardware Store, such as Shovels,
Forks, Hoes, 5pades, Mops, Brooms,
Tinware, Sheetiron ware, Carpenters’
and Hechanics’ Tools, Powder Shot,
Shells rind Wads.
Air Tight Heaters, Stove Pipe and
A. D. CARRICK.
Reames & Jennings,
Klamath Falls, Oregon
NOTICE TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS.
Bids will ire received by Klamath
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church.
County Court up to March ft, 1901,
for furnishing material and repairing Regular Sunday Services;
the Whitney bridge on Lost River. School at 10 a. in.; Preaching at 11
. a. m. ; also at 7:30 p. ni.
For specifications imptire of
C. A. H tocmwíll , Pastor.
J. 11. D riscoll ,
Big line of men's and boya* atrita M
lleiliined prices on clothing, Duffy's. Duffy'a.