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CHRISrilAA *1:1 till RATIONS.
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can, of I.ioig« !l Vidh-y, Oregon;’ J- ff
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h to unit
Wilson, <>f Largell Valley,
Another Christ num, with I"» gift»
N. N. Merrill wan up from Merrill ,'b7 ¡X1-"...... mlv.-rM-ly
.or the Incoming year bmuimM* It
„» re I«- kzi I m -< i I h . p I« «re n-quot-
I’MUKHDAY, JANI a KV I.
fra WiiMi’t ready to I m - j ’I u . TI i <-old year ami Joy*, b.is plumed Im,, the great
»d i<> til«-
ilo is office on
— their claims
got mil of tlie trace«, quietly, gvace-
J. IL Uouk of Marysville, Cal., was or before raid 27th day of Marcii, 19-t.J. -U
E. M, BRATLALN. K--gi»t«r.
I fully and ofi llmf mid tin- new year i ill has left pleasant m< rmnlea for all. here Monday
! MKKiimed it» place with equut dignity i laa’ully, t lie w< at her was not whut ; M. F. McCown of Medf'-rd was
NOTICE FOR 1’1 BLfCATIoN.
one would order for C'hriatmaa «'ay- i
A happy am! prosperous fie* year mid punctuality.
Department of the Interior,
Tor all Is our wish.
Heavy cloud* Im ng over the land-:
Lmd Ollicxi at takeview , Oregon, >
Laid- wiTitcr Mis» iWary Ro1*cr>s
Silas Kilgore of pMl river was In
There are now sl»ty-thri<e 'phones mid Mlw« Ella Bryant gave noiijo fes scii | m - ami a <f- Iz.zllng rain fill most town Monday.
November I, l!»Ki.
.iotice is hereby given tiiat the - fol
of the day, filing the outer element»
Hi the lis-iil exeliaflgn.
Representative IL A. Wfrimit leaves lowing-named settler Ims filed notice of •b
tival» to ral»e money for a public
'I’he board of county e<>mmlssk>nei-s library, but failing to realize the a gloomy cast, which contrasted for Nah tn next week.*
hi« intention to make final proof in stip-
strongly with the Joyful family re
jiort of liis claim, and tiiat said proof
will lie hi session next week.
W. E. Conner was in from I ms will I.- made la-fore J'. If. Withrow,
plan» then made they decided to
unions and feg«»» and the spirit of Lone Ris k ranch Monday.
A. A A. Lewis iqs-iird their new divide the money rzfzcd, fourteen
I U. H. Commissioner, at Klam ith Falls,
bestowing ami receiving gifts.
JL P. Galarneau and wife have Oregon, on January 3, 1903, viz:
Yui-at market for business today.
dollars ami fifty cent», equally among
»Idea numerous family tree», the two gone On a visit to San Francisco.
Ballms IJ. Griffith,
Á Irfrge crowd attended tlie inan-
IL E. No. 2457, for the HE quarter NW
churches at Gils place had approprl
J. D. Dleckman of Dairy was do- quarter, K half NE quarter, NE quar-
tJOClJudc bull laM night and all had u fit <>f tin- Sabbath school librarle», ate celebrations on Christman eve
log huzIncsH at the Fails yesterday. i ter HE quarter, Hee. 32, Tp. 32, H. I:.
« orderi* h
believing that till» would mra-t flu
I i I., w ,3L II*- n*mes the following
and entertained audiences that tilled
D. G. Brown and son, Carl, of witm-sM s to t>rove Id. continuous resi
lion. Ringer Hermann has resigned approval of all Interested.
the buildings to t.heir utmost capac Crystal, arrived at the FalteTumlay. lience Uponwnd cultivation of »aid land
Ills |Ms»llIon us commlMloner of the
J. C. Wei»»,
J. M. Moore arrived Monday from i < fregon ; IxmiH
tlie S'it«tiaJh »chi»>1» for their libra
Hc-ssig, of Fort Klamath
general land or*'
AT TIIK I'nXstlYTKItt AN < Ilt lM II
Ager with load» of freight for loca. J < IVegoii; Annie Butler, of Fort Klamath,
Five trees, loaded witli gifts, form dealers.
The Ice harvest on tippet Klamath
Oregon; V»'. T. Hfiive, of Klamath Falls,
I'< iliujm to ri-[H-l the advancing cit»- ed t lie cent ral and chief attraction.
lake baa comm<-ii<-i-<l, though the
T. J. < iw-ld, J. T. Muis and Geo. <>regwn.
E. M. B kattaix , Register.
tom of whisker culture, C. U. Chit- T'he <|e<-oi at Ions were abundant Hiid
*pr<slu<'t Is ratlier thin as yet.
T. Conner of Merrill w(rre Falls vini-
wissl and ('apt. Niemen» liuvu wpa- I : artistic and the committee doing the
TIMBER LA ND. A< T JUNE .3, l«7a.
N. L. Burton of Evansville, Minn.,
rail'd from their moiiNtache» and now . i work deserve special commendation.
NOTICE LOR PUBLICATION.
has purchiMud thetewn Talk at Ash-
appear a» Km<Mith-vi»ag<*d un they A fest (Kin of evergreen extended
, Fez. »anity
laud, taking possession last week.
UsiTKI» SrATKs L amo OrHCK.
The mo- across the ceiling, in the center be Agency made a I iiih I iichs trip to the
did twenty-five year» ago.
discus» bar of
The A. < >. U. YV. of tills place will live I» laudable and people wlll III
luga large, beautiful bell.
have Installation of orficrrs and a time iM-eomc arcubtowed to the
green fest nona also hung over the
^•rNMil banquet next Tm-Mlay < veiling. tratibmogt Itlcd aiqx-<-t of their faces.
Tuesday by t he illnea» >t J. H. Wil ' Congress of June 3, »87«, erititl-l "An
windows, and altogether the decora
We are Informed tiiat <1. J. Farms- Until wr get used to tile change, we tion» were very Utting and attruc- son who is suffering from acute rheu states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
e held “ 1,18
worth, a former resident of Klamath w 111 c|p«ke dawn eztended comipent, ! ti ve.
and Washington Territory,” as extend-’
Falls, died recently In Oakland, Cal. thu» avoiding the poRKlhHNy of any
Mrs. J. D. Dleckman of Diary ar
'The Klamath Fa IN orchestra con
of 'Augu*t 4, 18!»2, tfie following persons
Last we« k the county clerk Issued thing IneoiiMlNtent with put utter tributed an excellent quality of mu- il ved home last week from a two have this day filed in this office their
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a license authorizing the nwtrrlage of ance».
[ sic, to Die inspiration of the program, moQths* visit with relatives at Win sworn stat«ynents. to-wit;
Air. Cluia. Zcvely to Miss Mary D.
Nut only should the law regulating oilier leading feature» of which were lock, Wash.
of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
ft.itlirr. both of Merrill.
Dave Shook of Dairy and W. A. Oregon, sworn statement No. I486, for
trout libbing, I m - ko «-hanged that : the skillfully rendered solo by Miss
the purchase of tiie N'i of N ig, sectiqn
Great car«- should lie exercised bv thejr may I m - caught In winter .when Gill and the appropriate recitation* Walker of Bly were in town Che fore 24, township 40. H., range 7 E.
Joli/i W. Dvar,
skaters on the lake.
They should they are best to eat, Imt the law by Miss Ruby llatton and Mita Ber part of the week on their way home
of Ashland, county of. Jackinn, state of
Ylot venture t<«> far out, where the blmuld permit selling tl-li to a limited tha Hammond, ynd Jerry Martin, from Montague.
Oregon, sworn statement No. 1487, for
degree. According to the p retient Kelton Gunther and Bert Carrie^.
Ice Is tliln ami water deep.
Rev. Younglove returned Tuesday tin- purcba«« of tin- S', SW1^. NE:4
SWl4. and N W'4 SEl4. w-ction 1, town
Wood Is r«*|M>rt<*d to tie »<1 per
rord In Medford.
Here It I n from th«- o|M*n «canon, mid thus those who tations. the Jingle of bantu Claus* several day» by injuries receive^ In
of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
93 to 8i p«-r cord and that I n high liavn't tbc knack for catching t hem Iwlls was heard and soon that .distin- a tall from a fractious horse.
Oregon, sworn stateniept No. 14-88, for
II. T. Chitwood arrived home on the ptfrcliaae of the Stg NE,'» and N'.4
■enough, considering our proximity to
ion. a .
in the distribu Wednesday- of last week from Ash SE*4, section 2, township 4o, S., range
IlMherman'» gviieroslty, must go wlth- sleigh full of gifts.
n < on:
out. Wbolcsnle belling of fibh need tion of presents, ho was an Interest land where he was called by the 7 E., W. M.
It Is report<«J that the Soiith«-rn
Florence L. Trulren,
not lie allowed, Imt a middle course ing and amusing character, ably Im- death of Mrs. Cunningham. ’
of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
Pac I ll<-II. B. Co. wi|l rcpl.u-c tin
followed, by which the small, local [HTsonatcd by W. b. Worden. Every
Miss Minerva Call will arrive from Oregon, sworn statement No. 14.8)1, for
iron on Its main line hetween Port
the purchase of tiie SE'4 NW'4. SW’4
dcblre may I m * supplied.
1 thing seemed to pass off satisfactorily Portland the last of the week . to re NE1.,. and YV,1.. HEL, H-ction 12, town
land ami San Francisco the coming
and pleasantly for all.
I'1- 8.,"range 7 E., W. M. •
sume her place aa-OM of the teachers
»var with new, heaVy steel.
AT tiik M. K. cnrncn
Tiiat they will offer proof to show
wayman held up tbc Weaverville
Th«-re Is proliablv good r<*ason In
that the land sought is more variable
A large, deftly arranged tiroplace
stage out ward bound from Bedding
for its timber or atone than for agricul
flic fact that women seldom If ever
with »even pa-v«engej-M, about l<> wus only æcond In importance and
tural purposes, and to establish their
venture a conversation over long-diz-
claim to said land before ('. H. Withrow.
o'el wk last Sunday morning.
The at tract ivencfw Io the big. »preading
Tip«. Martin and daughters who U. S. Commissioner, at Kla>nath Falls.
I ¡hwv <«-lvphoiir lines. The charges
i driver and five male and t wo female tree, htdeu with present».' The dec-1 spent Christmas at that plae«*.
I Oregon, on Thursday, the 2’Jtli day of
vary according to the time the
1 Janna-y, 1903.
paNHcngcrz were lined up and c«,m- oral Ive design» from ’ evergreen were
’pilone is In use.
T. F. Nicholson and wife arrived
Thev name as witnesses: -Florence
|M-ll«-d to throw the content» of their lM-iiutlful and appropriate, among
Trefren, John W. Dvar. Emma I)yar,
Next Monday evening tne I. O. <• (MK-keta at the <e»*t of the mhlx-r, them being a motto, "Immanuel I here Sunday on their return from a L.
William H. Flagg, of Ashland, Oregon,
V. will Instal the billowing newly who thus secured ♦f>0 in coin and a ! t.Jod With
The following pro trip through the Willamette and and J. S. Bailey, of Shake, Oregon.
«•l«s-t«-<l officers; Ge«. Hum. N. <». gold watch.
The Wells- Fargo ex gram was carried out:
Carey llamsliy. V. («,-, Geo. Hum pros» boxen, two In number, were
Song. "Merry Christina»,” by little ' absent a mimlh. They went by way quested to tile their claims in this offiee
of the old military road and returned j on or before said 29th dav of January,
plirey, F. H.;Juo. Campls-ll, 1’. s. taken by the robber, and Intrr found i children.
InvtasktluD by pastor.
P. L. Fountain. Trras.
near by, having lM*en blown open
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register. •
Overture by Prut Butcher and i
C. X Bunting was in town Mon*
Medford has arranged to
It Is »aid they con Mr». Marple.
t ramps lo se* vice in a chain
tained no money. •
Recitallun by Lena Barnum,
nd V .
returned a few days. Ix-fore from
One day last week six tramps were
Next Sunday Rev. Mr. Shield» will
Address by the paator. ’ He Ulus- I Gazelle, Cal., where be delivered his
iradiug chains uu the streets of tiiat conclude hi» ministry of the Presliy-
Usivrn S tates L ash O ffice ,
town and performing such -work ns terlan church at this place.
In the . tree to «•ontrast with the Ix-autiful 200 head of cattle, sold to the West-
Notice is hereby given that in com
t h<- munielpa) authoritv demanded.
' evergreen. TJ)c trnrren tree he com ehi Meat C« l , as mentioned in an pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled -‘An
The lodge of A. O. U. YV. of this tiy eoninmnhm, in which all liellevcrs pared to the world and the ever-
for the sale of timber lands in the
received a good price for the st.ock •act
place ri-f -ntly elected uffieers as fol In Christ ar«* Invited to participate, i • green to Christ and.eternal life.
states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
’ Rev. Jesse Kirk, a. Klamath In and Washington Territory,” a» extend
lows: C. II. DeLap, M. W.; XY'ni. In the evening, "Daniel” will I m * the .
Recitation by Mrs. Beals' class of
Humphrey, F.; (Ivo. Brandenburg, subject of tiis dmcoiirac.
On the ' 1 six I k > vs , in euctunu**. representing dian. Henry Jackson, a Modoc, and ed to all the Public -Land States by act
, Win. Crawford, a Pit River, left the of August 4, 1892, John I*. Edler of Bo
<».; J. W. Su-ini-ns, It.; AHt Martin second Sunday in January, Rev. | the six natiomtl holiday».
nanza, County of Klamath, State of
first of the week fur Washington Oregon, has this day tiled in tliis office
F.; Geo. T. Baidwla. lit.; W. T. Shields expects to occupy the
' City in the interest of a measure la» hi» »worn statement No. 1417, for the
!Shlvc, G, •
lorian pulpit In Medford,
Music by tin* mandolin club.
purchase of the NE*4 SWl, of Section
That’s Business Feb
z\ young man. bound fur Portland made many warm friends •while at
No. 5, tn Township No. 38 S., Range
Chnracti-r sketch l»y Miss Edna
' lands erroneously excluded from their No. 12, F. W. M., and will offer proof to
Trani San Francisco, wus sole tsviv this place mid his removal fro.-: the Wells |n a nun's costume
show that tile land sought is more val
Drill by Mrs. Barnum'» class of reservation. The necessary treaty uable for its tiinlar or stone than for
pant of one of tho cars passing work here Is the cause of much
You Buy as Low as You Can! Tiiat’« common <• t. T
I n mingl-
agricultural purposes, and to establish
t hrough AshlUnd on Tuesday of last
YOU Buy Of Us!
That’s Dollars and Cents for Both
After the above progran), Santa years ago and eyerything is now in his clajm to said land before J. O.
wwzts for the very
reason that cd best wiblww fur his future welfare
Hamaker, U. S. Commissioner, at Bo-
>o was suffering
a form of and usefulness.
■ nanza, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 13th
We Carry as Fine and Varied a Stock of
At a recent council of tin* Indians, I by I». F. Biscdorf, but at the proper passage of a bill to appropriate Hinds day of January, 1903. He name» as
liming the past f«vur months tile 1. D. Applegate was sulectcd to lead H Ime lie couldn’t find thy ni~'»k -in- and settle the claim.
Oregon; J. I). Hamaker. of Huuiiza.
ago, and On-gon ; Charles Goes, of Bonanza, Ore
work and receipts in the county In an effort to »ee«nr thu passage of
‘ there is little doubt that It will sue-. gon; J. P. Beclidol.it, of Bonanza. Ore- I
clerk *s otlli-c have in-on Iridile what a Me asure now before rvmgrewi look I natcly his pati lit the entertainment Y-eed at the present session.
Igon. Any and all persons claiming ad
At the con-
They wore during the santo (lino il ing to payment of claims for* laud» ; liad to lie Kiinceled.
versely tfie above descril>ed lands are
Tlellable Waltham watch In 20-year requested to file their ejaims in this
year ago. This fact indicates the erroncoualy ezclutUd from the reser : cltulon of th*'* disirilmlion of gift*.
- till«! case, 112.00, at Van Valken- i office on or before said 13th day of Jan
rapidly Increasing growth and pros- vation. and lie leave» for Washington , the happy crowd was dismissed.
About the middle of the month on
R. R- FROM WEED TO KENO.
E. M. B h attain , Register. '
jM-rlly of the county.
As Can be Found in Any City,
We undi-rstand < hat areimg moas
* We buy direct from the largest jobbing house? »nd manufacturers in tifi’*’
stead, timber and other filings with
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tires folio c/insl«lercd al the coming had Hiiivewiful Mpertcnce tn that line
. CASH, and > are'enabled
The extension of Hie Weed rail- jC. II. Withrow, U. S. Commissioner,
tn get . the lowest
•session of tlio < »tegon legislature will hi years past and the Indiana have road ten miles.from its present ter
ous expense's a*t
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.! of obtaining first-class goods. We are not paying
Klamath Falls, Oregon. '■
I k - one to ehasgr the dal«» of alate great confidence in his ability, which I
I.AKKViKiv. O kkgox , Sept. 29, 1902.) »ell you goods at reasonable rate». <
minus northeasterly Into the timber
Notice is lierêbv given tiiat in com
«•lections from June to November.
See those Crater Lake and Klane
tract of some 200.000 acres belonging
WE KEEP THE BEST BR ANDS OF FLOUR THAT ARE OBTAIN,
pliance with the provisions of the set of
'This would lie a wise gt and In the Also Mr. .’.pplegate contemplates
ath Falls souvenir spoons at Van Congress
WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES.
interest o( econotiiy ami eonvonlonee. a Dip t<> the Philippine Islands and I is an enterprise that will lie locally Valkenburg's.
I act for the sale of timber lands in the I TRADE IS ESPECIALLY SOLICITED.
Is arriiqglng Ills affairs so he may go’j
states of California, Oregon,- Neva-la.
A large audlenee attended tin- dra
nf much Interest to . Ibe’people of
and Washington Territory,” as extend
Your patronage is always appreciated, and nonratter how small your purr *
in itle enl'-rt iiiriu'-ut given by Moore’s directly there from Washington, if Klamath county.
ed to all the Public Land States by von may rest assured it will l>e our constant aim to sell you the beat guodrti
Four miles of tlie
he wishes Iodo ho , without returning
This is easier said than done, yet act of August 4, 1SP2, Jesse C. Jarvis, can be obtained and at reasonable prices.
Comediada Ulirlaiwais fitglU ju»d al),
road is In operation from Weed, a
B-inanza, County of Klamath. State
soi-rarxl plturacd and wet) satisfied. | here. Ills »on. Morey Applegate, Is station on the Southern Dacltlc rail it may be of some help to consider of
of Oregon, lias thisday filed int.his office
now at the head of the largest theat
We understand Mr. Moore expects to
his sworn statement No. 1406, for the
road beyond Edgewood, where the
soon leave for Sun Francisco where rical company In the islands and Is Weed sawmill, reputed to tie one of thing over which you have no con- purchase of the NW1. NE*4 of Section
No. 20, in Township No. 40 S., Range
doing well. Ills father will tty and I
he w j|i organize it uew dramatic oom-
the beat equipped In northern Cali tnd it is obvious tiiat worrying will No. 13 E. W. M., and «ill offer proof
|M-r.w4rfe him to visit Klamath coun
allow that the land sought, is more
The Klamath County Lite W
fornia, cuts about
')0 feet of
ty next summer.
valuable for its timbor or stone than for
Association will pay the above B.
lumlier ner day.
An Ashland Imkeiy shi)s< Hour
agricultural pnrposes.and to establish
I. D. Applegate say» that his con
YVhen Ills claim to said land before J. O.
w'ard for the arrest and convlctio1*
Jes.se McCall Is the engineer for trol you have only to act.
from Mlmieitpolis and Klamath conn-
templated trip to the Philippines
you have a cold and fear an attack of Hamaker, U. S. Commissioner, nt Bo
person or persons fbund guilt,
Jty^pimple only have to haul Hour
gives him the prospect -of achieving 500 men Mr. Weed has employed are pneumonia, Jmy a Nd tie of Chamber nanza, Oregon, on Wednesday,, the 7th
stealing or altering the marks
<iom Rogue river mills. There Is a llicgroateat amUIUou of his life
brands of any stock belonging to
at work on the road. The extension lain’s Cough Reined v and usy It ju witnesses: G. L. Kerr, of Bedfield,
•>ig (Ilffeis'Mce |ir distance in our
member of this association.
that of b(-ing shipwrecked, floating will be pushed to raphl completion. diciously and all cause for worry as Oregon ; R. S. Sparks, of Bonanza, Ore
Address Chas. Hortoe
favor, but we presume tlie <11IT
gon;.!. 1. Brown, of Bonanza, Oregon ;
on s shh 4le
foainltig salt water The ultimate destination of the road to the outcome will quickly .disap- .1.
D. Hamaker, ot Bonanza, Oregon.
27 J. O. naruaker,bwretaryi
An condition of roads and trans, -rtli
for twenty-four hours, then tossed
pear. There Is no danger of pneu Any and all persons claiming adversely'
lt Ion facim«ies would loan the .otJicr up on the rocks of some little, soli ath river and It will be built to that
when it is used, ’-’or ».tie by the'above-described lnnds are rvqueste-l
town next summer.
j to file their claims in this office on or
tary Island, and at the end of twenty-
The route runs In a northeasterly Chitwood & Co.
before said 7th dav of Jannarv, 1903.
Wears Inf-rim-d tl»i*t. t+re open four more I mmihi , gathered In, half direction to Keno and traverses n
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Weiison for killing ducks ends trtday. famished, by the native?, then nour finely 11 mitered region much of t he Timber Land. Act June 3. 1878
Notice for Publication.
II is believed -by many that such pio- ished on the provincial pfnvondtr and way which In all will ho about. «0
miles long. There are no very heavy
teclion should not Is-gin so early in restored to normal health.
He I grades on the route and the road
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
the year and tiliat the legislature . thinks lie could easily »(.aml ' the or- ' might assume much commercial im L assvisw , O kkoox , llctolier 27, 1908.1
Notice i» hereby given that, in com
-ought, to change ihe law.
It look« deal and believes the nerum pa in Ing portance ns one of the most, direct
j ------ .—7. situations Parted les feeding tho Southern Pacific pliance with the provisions of the act of
though-the lafv respecting txith I «pice,
line Ti rom the Klatunth basin country. Congress of June 3. 1878, entithsl ‘.'An .
ducks and trout should Is* re-niodelcd and trvmendolis energy and thrill The contractors on the present ten net for tlie sole of timber lands in the '
would make the ex(ierlence amply mile extension are Brooks and Blglin. »lutes of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory,” ns extended
A. Tramp, possessing tile fortune worth trying. Ills numerous Klam
The peeullar cough which Indicates 'to si. the Public laisd States by net
August 4, 18'12, George McDonald, of
of having a liltle cash a rare and ath county friends, however, will croup, Is usually well knows to the of
tangell Valley, coilntv of Klatnsth,
exceptional condition among that •hope Ills ambition In that line will mothers of croupy children.
No »tste of Oregon, bn» this day tiledin
denomination was lienten and roh-
time should be Jost tn the treatment this office his sworn statement No.'
1M4, for the purchase of the NW quar
Is-d and thrown Into the Nacramenlo I lie islands will be «ate, pleasant, and of it, and for this pur.f».»e fio mbdi- ter N W quarter. of Section No. 12, in
PASSENGER, EXPRESS AND FAST FREIGHT LINEH
river nt Dunsmuir (he Hist, of last
cine has receive more tiiilteraal ap Township No. 41 S., Range No. 13 E. W.
AL, ami will offer prool to show that
week by fellow wanderers.
proval than Chamberitin’a Cough the land sought •« more valuable (or its
LEAVE KLAMATH FALLS 9 A, Mt
vived the ordeal and his . assailant»
Do not waste' valuable timlier or stone than for agricultural
Office: Mammoth Stables. Largest and Most Centrally
are In Jail at, Yreka.
Htnckinon are requeatrd to mcct 1-inie in experimenting with untried purpose», and to establiah his claim to
said In nd before J. O. Hamaker, U.S.
Travelers conveyed to’all points at rc&sonab
Bonanza on Na urdny, JAnuary IO, remedies, no mutter how highly they Conimiaeioner, at Bonanza, Oregon, on
T^e now year 1« on deck and rtoth-
lUg unusual happened In the transi 1003, al 1 p. in., tadÌHCiiHH thè calile may lie recommended, but give this Friday, tjic 27th day of March, 1903. A. O. U. W. BUILDING,
care «riven to stock
and Nhcep quest hni. All partirà In- medicine as directed and all sytn|> lie nfuncs sa witnsifres: Jn». Malone,
tion -no comlnotion, no revulsion of terested me reqjitstcd lo bb HI ut- toms of i roup will quickly disappear. hf tangel I Valley, Oregon: Geo
For sale b.v Ciiilwood«*- Co
Clothing and Oroc;z\^,
I he Best Assortment “'To ’*5
Have Ever Shown’rv n Ji
New Stock Now Arriv
L. F. WILLITS, Proprii
I. F. DA VIES, Prop.
General Merchandise Patent Medicines,
■ Muslins, Yarns, Crash, Notions and
Ager-Klamath Falls Stage Lini;
To and from Ager Daily, via. Kldmatl
Hot Springs, by Daylight.
Shortest and Best Route to R. R
Best Time and Accommodations*
And Ready for Business.
Developing and Printing for
Amateurs a Specialty. • <