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COAL IN NAVAL V.'AKFARE.
Recitation, Clara f^psley.
Rend n*. “The Lilli« Land,” B’s
Re. itaUun, “Cousiu Jasper," Citar-
The problem of neral amx**s» In war
Recitation, “The U iuh I (o be,’’
it » problem of coal A It ret cannot op
erate with tuceaat If It mutt I null It »elf
Duet' "Joy to the World," Let n to defensive operation* with a liomo
base; it must lx ready to strike of
Nickerson and Clara I.ooslvy,
Recitation. "A Modeet Request • I fensively in th* tpol where tbe stroke
will ba the moat effeotive. and to do
I Jennie Applegate.
Ihtt it mutt ha«« aooet* to c.wl supply
Reeltatl.u, B<»de l.<xmley.
at widely distributed points.
The report uf Admiral Bradford,
Closing talk, Rachel Applegate.
chief of the equipment bureau of the
navy, shoes how we ar* progressing
The music by the orchestra was
toward a provision of aourcea of <s«l
Miss Clara delivered the supply. The progroaa ia alow, but *
opening address In her usual pleasing train is luring made.
We ar* as yet
without a proper equipment of coaling
KLAMATH FALLS, OR
Leia. Rachel, Bessie and Jennie were stations on our own coast; and while
we now have coaling stations on Mex
exceedingly well rendered.
The ican and Japanese territory, we hare
i dialogue by the boya was a gomi none in Cuba, and none in the direction
example of the patent-right«' agents. of Europe. In the I’aelfie and in Phil
Folowing are the nominees of the Little Harrold and Charlie Ogle’s ippine waters w* aha I toon be ao well
Publiihcd every Thur»lay by
equipped in this line that we shall not
The tie at a disadvantage in the far east.
republican state convention held at recitations were very pleasing
farce, entitled "Two Sluws Hunting An immense sum lias properly been
for Items," personated by Roy G. spent In the last fiscal year to deposit
E ditor * and P ronoetoiu .
Applegate was a most
laughable American coal at these widely Best
Bean, justice supreme court.
irred stations from Piehlhnque. Mei
from k-<>, through Hawaii, Tutui'aandtiuam
araaraimox xstss :
the 9th grade: Rov G. Applegate, to Japan and the Philippine*. Another
Oaa y»ar (tn sdvancr) ................
V. Looslev: 9th grade: Clara war would not see our navy so nearly
T hursday .
Hon. R. A. Eniniitt of Klamath IxMMtley, Rachel Applegate.
The jmralyaed by a coal famine, says th*
county was nominated for one of the entertainment was a decided success Black Diamond, nor so dependent on
the friendly offices of another power,
joint representatives to the stale in eveiy respect and great credit is as it was In the Spanish war.
due the teacher, Annie K. Apple
......... A. CASTEL legislat ure.
BEST OF RUSSIAN SINGERS.
gate, for her untiring teal.
J. W. SIEMENS
She goes to te-telt Hie school In the
H. H. V an VALKEN BURG
Hon. Thos. II. Tongue was re- Stearns district, and indeed the peo
L. F. WILLITS
Assessor......................CHAS. DREW ' nominated for congress at the con- ple an* fortunate in securing so faitli-
Russia boast* of the world's great
CotnmissiotieT.......... O. A. STEARNS ! vention in Roseburg Tuesday by ac- . ful a teacher.
est choir. It ia in the cathedral of
Surveyor........................ A. C. LEWIS 1 c lama t ion.
C. V. Looslcy departed from our Alexander Nevoaki, in Kt. Petersburg,
Hon. J. N. Williamson was nomi midst a few days ago to look after and la attached to a convent erected
Coroner .............D h . F. D. BEANIES
nated for congress in the second dis- G. W. Loosley’s cattle ranch on in honor of the patron saint of Kus-
aia. It* member*, of whom there are
Every branch of tbe county's I trlct to succeed Representative Wood river.
about 30, are all monk*, and are
affairs was wisely provided for in the
Mr. Horning of Silver Lake has choaen from the twat voices In all th*
republican nominations and no better
Russian mouaatenea, says a London
het’ii with us for the past week con- paper.
hands in which to intrust them
tracting for pasture.
When a fine singer appears among
Could have been chosen.
I. F. Ltxwley went to the Falls a the novitiate* he I* sent to the mon
A carload of telephone wire and
Hit» most active opponents ac- building tools is stored near the few days ago to meet Miss Anges astery of Alexander Nevoaki. where
he i» trained at carefully aa an (.¡.era
knowledge that J. W. Siemens is one freight depot in Ashland belonging Morman who is returning from the singer, and remains there doing noth
of tbe best qualified men in Klamath to the Midway Telephone and Tele- city. Her many friends will give ing except assisting at the music at
mat* in the morning and «»»¡wrs in
eouvty for the office of sheriff, and graph Co. O. B. Gates, superinten her a hearty welcome.
that fact will exercise much weight dent of construction, has been in
Go to J. IL C. Taylor's parlors for the afternoon, until he become* ag*<1,
when he ia retired on a pension.
in influencing the support of voters. town for a week waiting orders from entertainment.
Some of the voice* are of marvelous
Dr. Hemenway received a pair of strength and sweetness, and it Is said
tbe com)«ny to proceed from Ash
The same prompt ami careful
I land to Lake view and make contracts stx'ks a few days ago, which hi* that every tnan in thr choir can ahat-
methods and affable and accommo
ter an ordinary glaaa into fragment*
for the delivery of cedar poles along mother, in her 89th year, had just by singing into It, ao powerful are
dating nature which have made Mr.
The present plans are to finished. The work is marvelous.
the vibration* of his tone*.
Castel efficient and popular as post
Miss Anges Thomas will leave us
The monk* are all vegetarian*.
build from Ashland to Lakeview, con-
master will be carried by him into
1 struction work to begin May 1st and in a few days. She has made a host They never eat meat The rules of
the clerk's office and followed in the
the Russian church forbid them to
completed in tbe fall. By Christmas of friends during her short stay with shave, and their hair Is worn like a
performance of his duties there.
tbe line will be built from Lakeview us and we are sorry to lose her. What woman's. Unlike ordinary monk*,
President Roosevelt adds his influ to Alturas. Exchanges will be put i is loss to us, is gain to some one else. they are fastidious about their ap
Two S uoks .
pearance. and put up their hair ar.d
ence to the effort to secure the en in at both Klamath Falls and Lake
whiskers in papers every night, n
actment of a stringent Chinese ex- view. The carload of wire here will
DAIRY PRECINCT ELECTORS-
that they are wavy and curly.
eluskio law. He savs
J be is “anxious I build tbe line as far as Bly.
to see a law enacted tint will effect second carload of wire will be shipped
HOW HE BECAME PROMINENT.
can register by applying at the office
ually bar out Chinese laboring classes to Bly by freight teams via Ager.
of I. F. Davies, Notary Public, at
—a law far more drastic in this par
NEW IJ-CENT STAMP.
ticular than tbe one now in force.”
THE BRICK STORE.
KLAMATH REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
W. HUSE a SON,
Shot In Hi* Left Leg.
“He la quite a prominent man in
The Postmaster-General has decid-
For all kinds of sores, burns, bru In the neighborhood.” aa|d the village
ed to issue a 13-cent stamp, This
es, or other wounds I>eWitt's Witch merchant to the traveling man.
issue is for the special convenience of
j Hazel Salve is a sure cure.
Skin speaking of a gentleman who had
tbe legistered foreign mail.
Just left the store, relate* tbe Chi*
diseases yield to it at once,
Never cago Inter Ocean.
present two stamps must be used for
fails in cases of piles.
“What doe* a man have to do to
this purpose—an 9-cent for the regis
None genuine but De- become prominent In thia nrighbor
tration fee and a 5-cent stamp for
Beware of counterfeits. hood?” asked the traveling n an.
Perhaps time used in lick-
for many years from a crossly, for Iniaines, was not very
| ing two stamps where one would
good with him that day.
sore caused by a gun shot wound in
“Oh,” snid the merchant, “he may
President Rouceveit’s vtgoroas op suffice, if of tbe right denomination, my left leg,” says A. S. Fuller, Eng
do any one of many things and some-
position to monopolies proven disap
lish, Ind. "It would not heal and times become prominent, or even fa
pointing to democratic leaders who I mind. Tbe inconvenience, however,
gave ine much trouble.
I used all mous, by doing nothing, like old
have assumed to be the only living . consists in the necessity of keeping kinds of remedies to no purpose until Hiram Rees, who, by just living for
93 year*, has become the oldest mnn
enemies of combined capital and the stamp« of two denominations on hand
1 tried DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. in the township. Some men become
only true friend* of the common peo where one should suffice. The design A few boxes completely cured me." prominent by taking prise* at the
ple. They will have to substitute on the new stamp shows President
county fair, some by raising lag
wheat crop«, some by paying their
for it in their platform some other Harrison seated at his desk, a depart-
debts, and some by never ¡Maying any
ure from the usual vignetted head
thing. I knew a tnan once who be
that give» character to Uncle Sam’s
The R epvblican will be sent to ! came prominent Itecauae his wife
A considerable number of the states postage stamps.
Tbe curious are
•f tbe Vuion have passed resolutions wondering whether the ill-omened the addrcMt of new aubscrll/ers In ' made good biscuits, and you will be-
come prominent in thia locality tie
asking congress to take favorable number 13 will act as a handicap to Klamath county until July 1. 1902, cause 1 fired you out of my ¡dace for
action looking to tbe election of U. this new stamp and limit its use.
making light of thing* serious.”
And then he took the traveling
S. senators by direct vote.
Among Since it is intended for business in and its result«, for only 2.5 cents.
the latest to do so is tbe state of stead of sentimental correspondence,
Buy O. Short’s Spring Lake pota man by the ear, led him to the door,
Iowa. It cannot be expected that it is not likely that it will be shunned toes; they are the beat; price 2 cents and kicked him into the muddy
tbe senate will do anything to over to any appreciable extent ax “un per pound at the ranche.
A QUEER WEDDING FEAST.
throw tbe present system which has lucky.’’ "Luck" is no part of tbe
A full line of Buckingham
often enabled wealth to corrupt business man’s assets. If this stamp Hecht boots and »hoe*—men' a
A« Wkka the One*«» «te th* Ft
legislatures and neenre seats in the will save time and trouble be will ladies’—for winter wear at the
Zl.Soask a Or,Ur Chn«
apper house regardless of merit. use it.
Fall lala I«.
celsior, Dairy, Ol.
But when a sufficient number of
The wadding feast hat from time
Saved Many a Time.
■tate legislatures have called for a
immemorial played an
ehange, the desired result can easily
Appropriate Easter morning ser-
Don’t neglect cough and colds even part in Maoriland. S. Percy Hmith.
Election of senators
the surveyor general of New Zealand,
vices were held here Sunday, Capi. if it is spring.
Such cases often
by popular vote would undoubtedly
O. C- Applegate officiating.
Appro result scrioosly at this season just give* thia account of one »ueh feast:
alter the character of the U. S. sen priate songs by tbe school, led by I
liecausc people are careless. A dose The gueata numbered hundreds, and
Admission to mcmljership Superintendent Miss A. C. Egan,
of One Minute Cough Cure will re when the sweetened paste was to be.
would not then depend so largely on were inspiring. Recitations by tbe
move all danger.
Absolutely safe served no dish could be found large
enough. Accordingly a large canoe
the amount and use of an aspirant’s
children were good. The chapel wan Acts at once.
Sure cure for coughs, was brought, cleaned after their by-
Evening «er- colds, croup, grip, bronchitis, and no-n>ean*-particular fashion, and into
Rev. Mr. other throat and lung troubles.
"1 this the paste was put. As the mul
Calarne, who gave us a very interest have used One Minute Cough Cure titude sat about it, each dipping in
The following neat compliment ing sermon on the “Resurrection of several years,” says Postmaster C. O. and helping himself with the mussel
sheila, which they use instead of
to Mr. Castel appeared in tbe last Our Savior.”
Dawson. Barr, 111. “It is the very spoons, a greedy child fell headfirst
issue of the Lakeview Examiner:
Last Friday the pupils of the Inde- i best cough medicine on the market, into the canoe, being entirely Im-
A. Caste), tbe popular postmaster pendendent school gave u* a very It ha« saved me many a severe spell merited in the food. Quickly rescued,
at Klamath Falla, has been nominat pleasant entertainment, following be of sickness and I warmly recommend it was decided it would never do to
waste *o much good food, ao the lit
ed by the republicans of Klamath ing tbe program:
It." The children’s favorite.
tle one was passed from one to an
county for clerk.
The postal in
other along the line of gueata, who
Want* To Help Other*.
spectors gave Mr. Caste) the credit
Opening address, Clara Ixxwley.
proceeded to lick him over until
for being the moat efficient post
"I had stomach trouble all my clean.
Recitation, Claud Loosley.
master in Oregon, as no error in his
Oration, "Opportunity,” Roy G. life,” says Edward Mehler, proprl-
Cerenatlan Tear in L« i 4 m .
work has ever been made of record Applegate.
etor of the L’nlon Bottling Works,
It is predicted that Lord Mayor
in tbe head department. This is a
Duet, "Do They Miss Me at Erie. Pa., “and trieri all kinds of Dimadale will during hl» year of office
splendid endorsement of the gentle Home,” Clara Loosley and Lela remedies, went to several doctors and — the coronation year —entertain more
royalties than any of hi» pr*d«c«**or*.
man's ability and efficiency, and is a Nickerson.
spent considerable money trying to
guarantee that be wiU give Klamath
get a moment's peace.
•ounty most excellent service as
Recitation, "Snowflake,” Harold read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and
county clerk. Mr. Castel will leave Ogle.
have taken it to my great satisfac Ninety feet front on Main
the government service at an early
Dialogue, "Patent Right Man,” tion. I never found its equal for street.
No better busi
------Forester and Ray Loosley.
stomach trouble and gladly recom ness lots in town
Duet, instrumental, Clara L«x*ley mend it in hope that I may help [
at this office.
and Lete Nickerson.
Cure cures all stomach troubles.
I have 10 acres of fruit land at
Recitation, Rachel Applegate.
Ashland which will trade for Klam
Duet, "Sweet Bunch of Daisies,” You don’t have to diet,
UNITED HTATEH LAND OFFICE,
pepsia Cure digests what you eat.
ath Fails unimproved lota or acreage. Ida Momyer and Leia Nickerson.
I. akrvikw , O kcoon , March 10, 1902.
Addres« or ca'l cn,
I. A. D vfty ,
Essay, "Life of Roosevelt," Cary
Call at the R epvblicaw office for I Notice Is hereby given that an ap
Klamath Falls. Loosley.
fine job work.
proved plat lor the following town-
According to the obligation of tbit
country to Cuba, government of the
island will soon pass into tbe hands
•f it* inhabitant«, the date for tbe
ehange being May SOth next, when
General Wood win relinquish control
and witltdraw all the American
troops except a small force which
will remain there temporarily.
FOR 25 CENTS
ship has b»»
«ml will bv fll'-’l
tprll, 1902, VU
A|'i>H.-.<ti, n» f '
lands on the «I«'»» Ì1' '
ahlp'ill Is- r.«lve.1 -nd
E R. REAMES.
redMii oti « ik I tfw
K M |IRAH ',S.
Naglest M»tm |tan»*r-
Don’t nrglect blllou'ii.w» «mi '
stlpition. Tour beali h will atlffer
Little Karl» Riarracure auch fase»*
M B. Smith. Ilutteriiul. Mich., «aya
..DeWIll'a Little F«rly Riacra «re
thè lima! satIsfaetory pilla
Neve i’f Kr,l>,‘ "r
Por N«w* o< <h* " 1M,‘*
Read Ihe San Fritn. lw.» B«ill«'<ln
Flflv cent» |*r monili. Includiiig
l.irgv 29-pitgr Suml.iv editimi
tur sani pie <’<»pv t<» rii»’ Hiilictiii.
Kt arne» M. San Francia. <>•
VHtuiMtr JOcavBt tatua *•>*«•
FALLS PLANING MILLS,
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
Plan* anil Specification!! Furnished on All Klnda ¡u
Biiildin^w and Contracting mid Building
on the Installment Plan.
Dartmouth Atreet. Boston.
Among the Infinil. variety ,.f ni*|*,UI ami work ftirnishe.1 |„ lt,|, ...
storr Fronts. W .».I Caning. Mai, Batls. lUlustvrs ami N.wrl p.,t, f(
<,1.41 »ml rurnml W,*tk. >*■)., I><«tis ami llliuds. Cornar ami Ila** Hb<(,'*s ***'
*ml r.irn.*.l llaluatrrs |S«.r an,I W tn.h.w Kismrs. I’ulpit» ami |>w
ll.ul.l. ,» Jaolwarc. I'amla and Oil, Moulding andGI»«*, ) lr»ati..tis and Ita"*"*'
FniboasawL Ground and Cut Idn-s. Wall I'aprr, F«rnilnrr, . Ir .ri, .
|l.-»t work ami ii.alrriat, and in th* lat.-al ami most ap|.r<>»a<| st.|M
W. W. IIAZi-N, Proprietor,
Hsaais»» I» 9*a»»w. tene»
Till 9 INS'KR I. • Irsi <• «»• P»"' •> ' '* •
l>»u*r <il ai„»T ips »« as« r»«r*
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f lirl«**-*l-/>I* • > s'*'1
S< lenll«c. g.lmolsl ISr«»rtl>o tit • • , It'S •
upon •politisi au.I
»1 n Mr.
•a»,* Department. HrpnrU ••» Splrnusl l>r
notitena. an*l < unirli.........
•*• «<•• ‘“u*i t»1»“!
ej wrllers tn Ibe woriU. e«>' . <**>'
TKKMs Or »1'9* KIITIttV.
Mj>evin»rn copie« »ent tree
DVVKKSor LU.UT I t ili Wilis«. I “MI-aNV
IliTKi'« l»onr<liql by day, week or
||av Hn(| Grain bought un,| So|(|
I’lisHi’tigors conveyed to till pnrtM of Southern Oregon
ami Xiirthcrii Culiforiiiu ut the \cry loweHt rate«.
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
A DVMffiTi«Kw«*T» nubllffibe*t ffil 1« ■ "i«« >
celli« • line, with i |I m ■inibì» lot •!••* • «n«l im»r
!H-p'irf*n»’nt «»I th** |nl«-t|.>r, i
IsAlul Olile* Al l«*»k«’Vlr « , Ofrgdft.
Phy th. ten and Surgeoe,
Al*«» publianra and
f«»r «al* •! "
Man li TH, h«R?.
• lid Kt’iBll a ft.iMpirtv •»..trituriti <4 Sptfilual
X ■ ter I» hrrtihy giv» ti ihnt Ilin |ul*
Call» Answsrrd Promptly Day
PraaffMl»«. U«Ur*•«•<* .
1»» s <II«*«. h * a
lowing t Ainr«l •vlllrr liw» |H«»| n*ithv of or Night.
|l«aoit a. riti bra« ». k wi'fk» ■ <> (X a wlliana. Î te«<* aw
phk A air •»!«•< y P*ycte**b*<y Magian«
hl« i til rii l H»|| Io liiwkr thiffil f»fiM»l in ffiilp
M'rlpllv«’ < •taiOgtl* arhl If» «' ««It •|-f,h* •!'« «■
l«>rl ol Io» vlahii. an*l i I m ! mi «I |»r««o| Rr*li|«nea, one l>l<«*k n..rtl, uf Klamaib
Any twM'k pubilah«*d in » ugi*u«l <»r An rn a
1 >|f|, «olir bkn I asst 4 0
Will lw* ttOfttl*' Iwfofr .)••
noi nut ot print, will b« arut by tuffili <»r ca
V. W. hall.
Count« i irrh. Al klAioAth Fall«, Ufv
gon, on Muy !•>, |m>T, na:
>MwAr«l C. Barhrr,
It E X » JU.V f.»r tl»r I.»!« < an.I 1*1.
Hr tiffiiu««! Il»«* ((»llowiltg WHlMMMMNI lo
poor htw coiiliiiuoofl rr-hlrhcr ut-oti
an i rtilliVAli >n of kau I I aii «I( mi : fcoy
V pa I a I, of
Jrtinr» C Finery, «»( I <*rl Kl4iD4tli, Or»«
Morgan. »4 Fort
Makes daily trips each way by Bar KlAinAtb, Oregon; FMwm B*M»tht>y, ol
Foil Klamath, Ot»’g'»n.
Banner of l ight Publishing Company
j. n. nooRE,
Ashland and Klamath Falls
reti. Sida Spring*. Nh.tke. I’ukega-
ma. (Logging Camp,) Kenn, to
E. M. Ill<ATTAIN. Bn:i.i«r.
J. B. MOORE,
Noth* I or Publication.
Proprietor of Friiyht H'nyoni
It la the direct line front Ashland
and all Northwest Oregon to Klam
ath Falla, Merrill, B<>nania, Illy
and Lakeview, and also I ml un
Agency and Fl. Klamath.
Ev*r.thing dons will,
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
J W. SIEMENS, Flop.
D-avc Klamath Fall* dally at 7
a. tn. and arrive* by .’> p. m.t and
makes gi»»l ermnertiotm with all
north and south bound train« at
Ashland. Daylight ride both ««ya.
Cleanliness and G'od Work
A Ito Aqent for LONDON AKO
Good Stock and Equip
Careful Attention Given
R. M. f.IRRETT.
J. L ÏIIIEN.
LANCASHIRE EIRE INS. CO
OAUOHTI.K5 (H «I HI KAM
Mrrt on the first and third Thnta-
ditta of every month. Ofllrrr* are;
latlly Cerllnga, N. G ; France* Sl<-
1er, V. «».; Ilallie Harm. Sec.; F.
M Ilan int ittl. Financial Sec.; AH»
Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!
C. H. WITHROW,
THE IHIFI V CO.
Notice I or I'ublkallon.
!«*l«.lm.-i>l «.I the foD rior.
I«ii<l Olli.-« at l.nkeoew. <>rr»on,
March IS. I«W.
S'.itli-r is hrf.-l.y given I hat tho lol-
low ing name«l srtilrr l.na fllr.1 noli-e <il
hia ir,tuition to mak« final pr<M.f in »tip
¡-•rt ,.| |,i. riami, ami that sai*l ¡.r'»ol
a ill la- ma h* brlore Ja« II. Dnat'oll,
I'oiintvl'h-rk, at Klamatli Fall»,Drcgon,
on Apiil 21, it«^. via :
Altin IL I. i I>I m > v ,
Il E. So. 191.7, f„r t),r SW',, Hee 2.
Tj>. (I H . R II E.. W. M. H" f.am.a
thr h>lli.«ing «ilneaara to ¡.rote hia
continuous r<-Bi>)rnrr ii|«m ami cultiva
tion <•! suiti land, vii : A. V. Whitney.
KLAMATH FALLS. OR.
"I Merrill, Oregon ; Hank Andrraon, ol
Sferrili, <>rrg»m ; Itaniel tiah. of Merrill,
Oregon; Frank Gray ball, of Merrill,
E. M. nil ATTAIN, Register.
Daily from Ager to Klamath Hot
Springs. Keno, Klamath brt||H, J».,lrv,
Notice Por Publication-
Bonanza, Bly ami Lakeview.
STATE LAND BOARD.
M c N aughton ,
Office: At the Telegraph
Notary Public and Co«»»?»****
Nolic, ia ltar.br given that lbs’«
lumia in the county treasury lor ths *
<lem|>ti<>n of Ihr lofio.ing roU"7 ’’ '
rants, protested on and prior I«’.- • '
Interest on »am» J I '**
from Ibi. date: Noa. 7**. -*«• !‘l¿'
79111. 7H2K. 71.92, 7923, 7*.«h «*. »"»•
79.13, 7IWI, H31I, 7HM,
L m ’
RIMI. HOI«, 7979, Hit». , 711*1,
TUM. 7H0H. RUH, 71111, 79.17, »I«. J*
79V2, 91117, 7W1». 9042. 91.11. W'* LS’
HII7», 71119. HW», HI29, 7947, »«.
79119, HIM, Miao,
Daini at Klamath Fall», OreV»«»1»
2nd d«y of January, 19*8.
II. II. V*aV*> «avara».
I**|.«rtm<.iit r.f tho Interior,
Land Office at lotkcvlew. Oregon,
March 16, 1902 .
Notice ¡a hereby given that thr* fol
lowing nume.l settler has filmi notice of
Ins intention to make final proof In anp-1
Make* connection with all train* at port of his claim, and that »aid proof
sill I». marl,, before J. o. Hamakrr, IL I
P* * ominHsioiier, at llonaiita, Oregon,
on April 29, P112, via :
H F. No 2997, for the W'f HW's.
i.w« SW4 »'"I HE1» NW'«. He«. ¡».
rp. .’lUK., It 11 |.;,, W. M.
Excellent Accommodations. the following witnessr*» to ¡rrove hia
This pr. ii«r»»|,>"
■'onliniions residence upon «n«l culti»«- digestant« *"*’ d, “50 relief »nd
lion of sairl hind, via: Tlionis» M. Wi»<*-
ftHHi. 11 «I’M
LTrôu to »•»•«
mnn, of Honanr.«, Oregon; Ubarle» II
falls to cure.
PsMenger, express and freight traffic Hoagland, of llonNlixa, Oregon; Daniel
the f<99l you
.P' r T uum
aidicited. All butine** ci ti naled to na F* Driscoll, ,,f Ikrnaiixa, Oregon; Theo stomach* can Uko IL »'T
dore B Kinaman, r,f llot «nr.ii, Oregon.
will be ex¡iedited.
thousand* of diM*1 rl,r filled-
E. M. BnArrAis, Regi»ler.
Ihtily from Lakeview to Rlv, lloninu
Dairy, Klamath l all», Kenn, Klamath
Ilot springs and Ager.
Digests what yo®,
cured after '■.v'ry a "u>iuMh trvubl*
h unequalled for all »to«“*-“
M. E. CHURCH.
j. O. HAMAKER,
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Mrs. F.
E. Boyd, Hupt.
U. S. Commissioner and Land
PHRACliINO SRKVK RH.
First Sunday of each month, Il a. I Do a General Ijjcd Locating Busi-
m. and 7:JO p, m.
•*«•«. .Surveying and Conveyancing
Second Sunday of each month, ■ Specialty. All Business Promptly
Attended to. Office In City Hall.
7:30 p. m.
Third Sunday of each month. 11
a. m and 7:30 p. m.
N. J. II a ii bit . Pastor.
It O.ffi’t hffi»^
All kind* Of dry good" at lhc *
A had just in.
Huck Ingham and llechf
bools, shoes and frits. *«