TO TH I- FARMERS Of Klamath County 4« It is with pleasure that we in form you of our having accepted the agency for Klamath l:allsand vicin ity for the celebrated BAIN WAGON, BUCKBYE MOWER, HOLLINGS WORTH TIGER rake , tiger DISC HARROW, PEERLESS PLOW and other goods of this class, hand led and manufactured by the relia ble and well known California firm of BAKER & HAMILTON. We will carry in stock ii full line <>i the above implements and wagons, as well as the coining season, tention to purchase, we will appre ciate your allowing us to figure with you. Wi* ¡liso Ituvo in Htock, t > Io- suhl at dose prices, ALFALFA mvi I. Rlil) TOP »••<"I. II'IOTHY nee<|. QARDIiN mmh I h ei «II kiiitls, nini ONION SETS, ami »<• Very Respectfully. REAMES & JENNINGS The BricK Store, Klanidth Falls. < KLAMATH REPUBLICAN timi ro.nl, •■.ime up from Kan Fran- «taro io k l.inini h<*ii on Thursday of |.lSt Week. TIH'llMilY. M\UCH H, LOCAL NEWS I ill. Jildge Sitili II ami arti<< <1 !♦•• r•• Tu« via 'reiurti tnaii no < Meiii-u, wliiT" III trip Io a few J uh . Nichol», ('. C. Low and Cha». Ol U LEDISI ATOMS. Hoi ton wore ap|»>lnlcd to aaalst Sur PLAYING ON SYMPATHY. * The newspapers of this state almost veyor Nliii|mou In viewing two rood» |»'tIIloDcd for In Alkali valley. A unanimously apeak In high terum TS« M*»a Trick ut a Wvrvvaarr Vaal« WS.. Wa» l.aokta« lac '• ninn i whh mad<- with Win. Flack of •oiiiliiemlat loo of flii' course In the Or < ala. Oregon legislature of Senator Wil iim to repair ttie Whitney bridge over liamson and Itrprraentallves Kmmllt I .ox! river for 1230. Hr wore » heavy blue reefer and and McGreer. Among such patx'ra carried • coarse burlap bag that was S. II. King, who was In the »lock la The Dullca Chronlch'. whose article much the worse from wear. Afte • rie I iiik I iicm near Fori Klamath until on lion. It. A. Kmmltt will lx* found positing th« bag under the feel of those l.isl fall and I lien went to Kwi amento, on the platform be calmly sucked th* In this column. In connection jellow «nd of an uollgbted cigarette Ill < al., arrived here on Friday, and with Mr, Kmmllt may lx* appro butt. Hornet blog in the bag moved and Io remain In Klamalh coun prlately meiif lotted Senator William the conductor waa curious, says the ty. lie like» thia country far better »on mid Representative McGreer of • Imago Dally News. than California. Here the land, Waaco county, "Babbits?” Those genl Icinell “Naw! A cat.” waler, rllinate and health are a long stood with Mr, Emmitt In securing "Going to take It off somewhere and way ahead of where lie waa. lie lai what Klamath and f..ik<* • counties lose It?' an enterprising bushicss man and we licedei) In regard "Ye,, the river is a good dump as to fish anil I game are glad Dial he Im lias collie to the any. Ix»wn will go the bag and the old laws; t hey also joined hands In their tomcat will make a hole in the «oft •••■neluxlon to make Ids holm* hence- BlM-ceiMfill efforts to defeat the act mud.” forth In Klamath county. The blond and brunette sitting nevr permitting speculators to gobble up Oregon Statesman: Th<* new law the Klamath Indian reservation as the door had heard it all. Big tear relative Io the recording of chattel »onn as thrown open for settlement, drops came rolling down their cheeks "W-what y-you going tod-drowo the mortgage» and coni rivts ha» placed and neither of them ever cast a bal p«x.r c-cat for?” stammered the blond, a gic.it deal of additional work upon lot In f tvor of thcCorlx'tt corruption. aud then she just broke down and I he county recorder. Instead of til In all respects and at all times, Sena sobbed loud enough for all to bear. "Well, It's thia way, miss." »aid the ing H u m * hist rullimi h ns wits done un tor Willlamaon ami Representatives youth in the reefer: "Mrs. Finnegin der I lie old law. they must now I m - re Kminllt and McGrccr upheld the lx*st comes down to our flat and says: 'Jim corded. Thia will require at least Interests of the counties they repre- my, do you want to make a quarter?' the uMi»taiM*e of oik - additional clerk »etited and their able and gem-rally 'Sure!* says I. ‘Do you want another In the recorder's oil Ice, ax the mort successful efforts »»ill |x- favorably re ton of coal basketed up to your flat!’ 'Naw. Jimmy,' says she. 'I want you to gage» and contract» that have lawn membered and repaid 4>y l L»<* thanks drown a cat.' 'What?1 says 1, dropping In ictofo e filed will make more work and confidence of their constituents. me codfish and looking surprised. Ilian olii’ persovi r an do. Tin- fee» of As to Senator llllaiiison, he was a 'Yes,' says she. ‘I want you to take the ofilce w ill !»• greatly IlicrisiM'd, ¡1» power In I he Senate, and his name our old Tommy dow n to the river. He's got in the habit of jumping on the table tin' |ier»oii» filing niortgagea will lx* lias quite frequently Ix'i'li mentioned and drinking the baby's milk and the required to pay for recording, Just ax aa a prohahl** candidate for governor old man won’t stand it.' Well, miss, I never took no sport in drowning cats, deed» were Under I lie old law. The at the next elect Ion. but quarters are scarce, and that's how law went Into effect on February 27th HUNORABI.Ii nt.NrtON OF REPRE- it happens." and all |mpr*rs of this description The brunette said something In the SLNTAflM: l-.MMITT. tiled on or after tli it date must In- re* blond's ear. There was a hasty unclasp ing of pocketbooks »nd two green notes corded. The Dalles Chronicle. reached the youth in the reefer. The wretched apportionment that "Now give us the poor cat.” said the CITY ELECTION. gives ua a reprcM'iitativi* district ex blond. "We will give him a good home." "Sure!” 'l lif ,'lii't lo.l of city offlcel rame tending from the Columbia river to The youth in the reefer shifted the off mi Monday. There was m much California la respi'iislble for the fact bag in and then hopped off at the next that we had some representatives In corner. excitement and no xp'-cial q tile recent legislature that not one in Involved, either political or "Oh!" cried the brunette, as «he five hundred of us has ever seen. opened the bag and peeped in cau- wise. Kcveral tickets were I Some of them, to b<* sure, we don't tiously. field, and the candidate», so "What kind of a cat la it?" asked the care, so long as we have health and, blond. we could learn, were all g<»xl men for the |»>sltlon» fur which they were eyesight, if we never we. But there In response the brunette shook the named. The numlx-r of votes cast is at least one marked and honorable bag and the content» hopped across the car. It w as a crippled chicken. were loti, and the following citizens exception, namely, lion. IL A. Em- "Oh. that young villain has deceived mlt. of Keno, Klamath county. We were elected: us. That is the cat we paid to save. Couni'ihnen, C. (’. Maltby, W. W. »peak of him now because we would Come, get off!” "One moment!" said the conductor; Hazen, George Humphrey, Alva ' have him know that liis labor as Joint “you will have to take the chicken and representative of Wasco county is Ileal» and < >tlo Ih'ldriek. bag with you.” ! highly appreciated and w ill not be j The last the laughing passengers raw R.s'order. II. W. Keesee. forgotten should It ever happen that of the embarrassed girls they were Treasurer, J. W. Siemens. we have an opportunity to express hooding for a vacant lot. IUTIERA Of INQUIRY. our appreciation by our 1 »allots. Mr. A NATURAL-BORN COURTIER We »re and have been for a long Emmitt st<»xl xlioulder to slmulder . time past receiving many letters of with Senator Willlams<»n and Repre Inquiry in lelatlon to this county, sentative McGreer In alt that they I and especially as to the titulier and asked and did for tb<* people of tills the prospect» for railroad communi district, and i*s|xs'iaHy in never cast Few men itand higt.«r in the finan cation. In reply to such letters, we ing a liallot for the man who deliauch- cial world of New York than William For all L. Trenholm. who waa comptroller of < in. as to tlmlicr. safely reiterate all <*d tin- legislature of 1897. currency under President Cleve that we have heretofore said, viz; this and much more Mr. Emmitt has the land. He la from the aouth and has tlijt Klamath county has the largest 1 the unfeigned thanks uf The Chronl- j always been a man of diatlnguished .uni lined valuable tracts of pine flin 1 elc and an overwhelming majority of social qualities. He belong-» to one I of the best families of Charleston. S. tier In I he slate, and timber men will the Republicans of Wasco county. C., and his home is the meeting place do well to come and we It for them MARRIED. for the brilliant southerners who selves. As to railroads, we have the come north, says the Chicago Chron utiiHMt confidence that one and per- At Klamath Fall», on Thursday | icle. It 1« said of him that no one man hn|M> two railroads will lx* commenced evening. March 7, 1901, by ltev. New York receives more letters this year and probably this spring. Stockwell. Mr. Frank Grohs to Miss in from the entire south asking for po This confidence Is based not only on Mazo Davis. Both are prominent I sitions than Mr. Trenholm. and that common sens- but on undlsputable and much <'stet med residents oi Lan- no southerner ever spiraled to him Information. We will alt*» mention gell Valley, and Isith will receive the in vain; that a dinner or a luncheon at the Trenholm house is in itself an In addition that the industries and most cordial wishes for their future. opening for their new life. productions of this county, together A few of the eminent men of New R. W. Marple arrived home Mon York were talking of this the other with Its great lakes and rivers, giving day front the railroad, lx*ing accom day and chaffing Mr Trenholm—who so mllessif navigable water, will pay was present—«bout it. A Washing a railroad to come here, even without panied by Mrs. R. E. Cantrail and i ton statesman said Trenholm im child of Altamont, who were return the limiter business, which, by the pressed |>eople in the same way when he was comptroller of the democratic way, will alone make such a road a ing from a visit to Jacksonville. Glendennlng, the photographer and administration. To illustrate the most profitable enterprise. Come family aplomb be told the following and see the country and its rich land jeweler, who has been stopping at story: Bonanza this winter, is now wish us, anti take adi.intage of the many op One New Year'» day In Washington portunities that are offered for ener and desires a share of your patronage the youngest son of the house, a Call at first door cast of east end precocious hoy. distinguished himself getic ami enterprising men. by gathering the visiting cards from grocery. Klamath Falls. his mother’s table, ordering a hansom t 4- $ * ,4” I ELECTRIC CASH STORE \MrAÙ * Ï * 4* ** * ♦ 9 Hats Dry Goods, Clothing and Groceries 4; * ,4- The Best Assortment We Have Ever Shown New Stock Now Arriving. * 4* S L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor * i MM— 4- +i -S zn . \MtAÙ\tAÙ \MTAMh ÜAÙ New Hard ware Store, 0 Shtrl <>f Sprlnj l»*)t« w.i» in I moni li» ago. A luwn y< dervlav. ligan iir-lvcd W m E:l'Asoli of A A son w„ borii yesterday lo Mr. her<- Suud.iy. and < h iid.iy Kt art cd aivt Mr». Claud Clopton. A Bonanza and far ll<>»»tuli. I»»l wr Mrs. Min. Nlckcraon depurted for lllv, t<< m ■ M<me tili land w hich hr Asili uni oli T' i I cm I. iv » stage. I Ixiuglit reeently. A Tli<* Mtepli-rd Brulhcr» of pii»- A. 1'. < irriek arrived Grmc w< rc in town yestertlay. frolli Ager ari' impanlrd by A good Stock ot Hardware. Good goods Il S. <»|. n. a pr <s|x ri’ti» ranclu-r w ho li i» »¡> ■nt tli<* « Inter I at very reasonable prices. Not blacksmith A •>f balry, wa» In town Tucaday. nli. Must of the time 1 w il li r- itile» in Placervilh*. ing supplies alone, but Everything generally II-rii of KI. iiii itti Agro*';.' via A r. I R.irlllte of P .rtl imi. wlm has Red Ki.tin.ith Fall» Wedn< »<lay. kept in a Hardware Store, such as Shovels, Mi. \!• v indcr, stock buyer, return berli licrr and l<»>klug oier thè c imi- Forks, Hoes, Spades, Mops, Brooms, ir» f : » '‘ Tal day», left for liomc ni trwm s . iii FrauciMo Ibi» week. In xl i eviiing. Ile wlll probably Tinware, Sheetiron ware, Carpenters’ Caplaln liennl» of l'clleaii Bay WILD and making a round of visits at the cimo down i<> Klam.itli Fall» ycalcr- return Iure m a frw week». ST. PATRICK’S DAY BALL. and Hechanics’ Tools, Powder Shot, moat notable houses, sending in the We are K-pr s'e<| to linnolltiee th.lt <l»y. first card that he picked from the work <>n il»' kl.minlli Fall» irrigai- Shells and Wads. Oregonian. A grand ball will lie given in honor bunch. When the butler at the Eng- Ilun. It. A. Kminltt of Keno wns al mg diteli wlll l'ommeticc alxitit March Numerous Inquiries are being made of St. Patrick’s Dav in Houston'» lish embassy announced the Chinese • I h * Fall» Frliliy au<l favori il us alt li * IH sud all men yanting empiwy.iient as to whether the new game law al opera house Friday evening, March minister. Master Trenholm walker] in a cali. shoiild appi» to J. T. Ilcnlcy. lows wild gis'M* and swan to I m * shot 15. Tickets. »1. Supper at Esmond with perfect aplomb and made courtly South Carolina bow to A. A. Fiii'h of lllldrrbranil, ii’*ar G. IL t'.irlm'k wh<> reeently con- :it this season. As tilt* Spring geese house at 30 cents per plate. dumfounded hostess. Dairy, malli- a trip tu lillà place W i'<l- ehided a »it munì ha' scliool in will soon I m * arriving front the south As the youngster was no se rioua Hewl.iy, NOTICE. and his manner so perfect no one thè Wagner ereek dlstrlet, return- and many sportsmen arc desirous of thought to laugh. Unni, to »Ir. and Mrs. F. II. An . il bis! week to bis limnc In Bly wlirre I having a ciack at tItem, the matter He was handed All persons Indebted to the under- tea, and, lowing low to the ambassa derson un Siiml iy, a soli, wclghlng Vj Ir l oinm n <•<! a terni of irhmil Moli- I i . is Is'i'ti referred to Game Warden JMMinds. signed will please settle their account» dor from Great Britain, he backed Quimby, who say» that the new law I day. of the door and drove to the I out at Klamath County Bank. house of the secretary of state. There L. M. Ithode» and wtfe wlio live closes t he season for shotting geeae M r. St< plu'ii llerlihy has purchased C. S. A It. S. M oomk . he happened to send in a card of the 'hm* mllcn down thè rlver, were In and swan al the ».line time the sea tilt • ,,i .¡I'-rti known ns Hu* ••Naylos" secretary of war, and so on until he I tuw n yi'sientav, son closes for ducks. There will, See that von get the original De ¡ had made the rounds, calling on the THE LODGES. The ranch eomprising 320 acres. Counterfeits of DeWitt'» Witch L. A. Feather of San Francisco ar sali* was elfnctt<1 by J. W. Hamaker therefore, I m * no shooting of geest* or Witt's Witch Hazel Salve when you different women he knew. Hazel Salve arc liable to cause blood 1 A. F. A A. M. The time allowred ask for it. The genuine is a certain Hvrd bere gimday t<> lixik river lite us agi'ilt f<" thè owiii'i». Exact cmi- swan tills spring. poisoning. Leave them alone. The GI.B.d Carrots. Klamath Lodge No. 77 meets Satur country ami perhaps locate. Hoil 12 small carrots in salted wnter original has the name DeWitt's upon day evening on or liefore the full moon. nlderatlon Is not inaile public, bi.I we for having wild ducks in cold storage cure for piles, sores and skin diseases. has also expired. So everybody might until tender; drain, cut in slices cross the box and A lsx M autix jr ., W. M. J. L. Padgett A Sons. Keno. wrapper. It is a J* <>■ llatuaker, thè H. N. Commi* learn t h it it is nlxive 43,non. I wise end saute slightly in butter. Add A. L. L kavitt , S kc . as well erase game from Ills menu. harmless and healing aalve for skin We learn from Mr. Boggs I hat a sloiii'r ai Ikinanza, inaile a busi ___ i ion SETTLE UP NOTICE. one tablespoonful each of butter and O. E. S. The law allows the shod Ing of snipe Aloah Chunter No. 61 meets on th« sugar, one-fourth teaspoonful of salt, a diseases. Unequalled for piles. dwelllh/ house will Is..... mmenced In lo Klamalh Fall» M oik I iiv . fora time. Those delicious little 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of each All persons Indebted to the under dash of pepper, and a hint of nutmeg J. L. Tadgett A Sons. Keno. A large numlxT of meinbcrs cnjoy- a few day s on I he tract of land re- birds wIII Hom be arriving from the month. J knnik E. K samcs , W. M. to half cupful of boiling water, and signed are hereby not Hied to settle up. For News of the World L avra W illitb , Bee. rd the anniversary Imnqiict given by ccnfly lH'tigl'1 of R. S. Misire I y II. south on their way to their breeding stir until dissolved; lay carrots in shal Klamath Falls, Or.. Feb. 28. 1901. I. O. O. F. ! E. Ankeny. The low baking pan, pour liquor over and lhe h.istern star Tuesday evening. grounds, but there are not many who C hitwood A Co. Klamath Ixxlge No. 137 meets every Read the San Francisco Bulletin. bake in hot oven until nicely browned. .Hi feet and two s ,lories, with a one Saturday evening in I. O. O. F, ball. have an opportunity to shott them, 'Vr iimlerstaml that James Tobin —Ladies' World. New York. Fifty cents per month, including Visiting l»tory wing iittscl icd 12 by 24 feet and their zig-zag tliglit makes It lin- brothers cordially invited. The Klamath Falls W. C. T. U. I •"Id, this week, his ranch alxuit three large 28-page Sunday edition. Send J. B. C ampbrll , N. O. Tke Simple Tklna. of Lit*. A much larger residence, costing will hold memorial services for the' |stsslbl<> for any hut a goal shot to '"•'•w down the river from Klamalh The simplest things are the things for sample copy to The Bulletin, 233. W m . T krrh . i ,, S kc . I h < erected on the Sportsmen can late Francis E. Willard at the M. E. that really appeal to us most, and that Kearney St.. San Francisco. 1‘ roxi ' krity R khskar Lonos No. 104, F-ills. t<> Mr. Lewis for nliout 43,000. i about 42.IKI0, will fall, together with hag many of them. same ranch next I. O. O. F., meets first and third Thurs try their luck on the snip«*, and be church on the evening of Sunday, | is only because when we are simple we Mis. Sinllli of Keno has bci'll quite two large barns. Like Oliver Twist, children aak for day evening» of each month in I. O. O. March 17. A gtsxi program »»ill be are natural. An enjoyment that is 1 hankful for small favors. F. hall. A ucr G orllkr , N. 0. HI and under medical ireatiueiil for rendered and everyiimly is cordially natural is always the deepest and tru more when given One Minute Cough K ats C uhtor , S bc . Parlies from the Eu»t have Ibis est. The moment the artificial, the con ’•"ine lime past. On aeeount of old week piircli ised from .1. L. Padgett PRESin TERIAN ANNOUNCEMENT. Invited to lx* present. Cure. Mothers endorse it highly for A. O. U. W. ventional, comes into our lives, that mo *R''. there Is III I h> hope of her recov ,,f Keno one acre of land at that place Mu». II attik W ilson , Linkville Taxlge No. 110 meets in A. ment- the sweetest realizations go out.— croup. It quickly cures all coughs ery. in a. m., Sunday school. Edward Itok, in Ladies' lloms Journal. and colds and every throat and lung O. V. W. hall every Tuesday evening. Chairman Local Committee. for resilience pur|sis<*s, and are also Visiting brothers welcome. 11 n. in., preaching. trouble. It is a specific for grippe Marlon Hanks has bought of L. D. negol intIng lor 40 acres of land of Mr. T. B aldwin , M. W. •1:43 p. in., Endeavor; subject, | The stonuM'h controls the situation, j When you are bilious, use those and asthma and has long been a well J no . W. S iimrnk , G. * Huik of Bonanza the nndlvdeil one- Kacoauca. Kern* at the head of the Keno rapids ••Christ, Our High Prient;" TtMme who are hearty and strong are J famous little pills known as DeWitt's •'■‘If of ito acr<*s nt the foot of Big for a saw mill •Ito* L ai Kit: Since thorn* who c»n eat ;uid digest plenty! Little Early Risers to cleanse tile known remedy for whooping cough. liver and bowel». J. L. Padgett A Sons, Keno. The lingering cough following lainath lake, nod near Klamath 1 writing 11"’ alsive we learn that the Rul«'its, leader. Rev. Knotts will leave for home ' of fmsl. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di-1 J. L. l’adgett A Sons, Keno. Falls. grippe calls for One Minute Cougti 'sail* <»f the Keno mill site was com- CHURCH DIRECTORY. the first of the week, mid Rev. J. M. gests what you eat and allows you to | Cure. For al) throat and lung troubles Their promptness and their pleas ! p|, ted on Tuesday. •iiccoiiiit of (he sickness of a McComb »» ill be here to begin work 'cut nil the good foml you want. If; this is the only harnilewi remedy that ant effects make DeWitt's Little I you suffer from indigestion, heart-1 "‘Huber of persons who were expected \l Illi's -Sion of the county board the first week In April. Grace Metluxlist Episcopal Church. gives Immediate results. Prevent» 1,1 Like pnrf, |(| |he exercise«, the "I’ll- last week, a contract was entered In burn, lielehing or any other stomach j Early Risers miwt popular little pills Regular Sunday Services: Sunday consumption. • tlotlc Nocini" I h Imlctlnltely post- to With Jos. K. Needs to care for the , If you have a clm*k that is jle j trouble, this preparation rant help wherever they are known. They are School at 10 a. m.; Preaching at 11 J. L. l’adgett A Sons, Keno. out, bling it in to (ilendennlng. pnnnd. but do you good. The most sensitive j simply perfect for liver and bowel a. tn.; also at 7:30 p. m. eminty's poor. He Is to receive 415 i can tlx It. troubles. stomachs can take it. •resident, Ifnya of Ilio Southern per month uplcec for charges, with C. A. K toc kwell , Pastor. Mackintosh«« at Duffy'». J. L. Padgett A Sons, Kono. J. L. l’adgett A Sons. Keno. I I Fine job work at this otfice. 1 t ’ i apiece for any who may lie sick. I * Hallway, aIM] other officials vf Klamath Falls, Or. 1 Air Tight Heaters, Stove Pipe and Cooking Utensils. A. D. CARRICK.