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< 'him. ilu^lK M of l\»u vulh y mlv » hi mi I<I we had iM»nghl lb«* muoib There
■ The op(x>rlui lty of a life time
cH k ini'ui.sbioNs.
tliv city UediK'MUy.
tmth In It. I do not own ___
I everything going at vour own price.
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Men who have sensitive necks and
A. D. HurpuJa, llonanza, Or.
< *imrl(*M Mart in and NlntiTM, Ma«* ¡limiter. amt I don't want any Umber.
. , *. .
and Maud, left Monduy moinlng for Tbere is nothing to the report what are averse to veneering them from!
Remarkable Lure of Diarrhoea
Spring creek, where they will join ever." When told of the stoiy, Mr. wishbone to chin with rasor edged, i
adamantine collars, will lie glad to
tlie ciiniplng party Including Mr. and Wcyerti'iusi r said:
"About six years ago for the first
••Tile telegram Is news to me. | know that the czar of fashion has
Mrs. Kd. Martin and Mrs. Carey
have not contemplated any such nur- lately ordered a change of style.
it time in my life I had a sudden arid
lining rooms at the Ccn-
vhase. It Is a mere fancy.
What Is now proper to wear low collars and aevere attack of diarrhoea, ” says Mrs.
Cupt. <). C. Applegate and wife ar ever (tie ottiers mentioned have on this department hopes the lx*s of the Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. "I
In the city Monday on their bund ! do not. know, hut I um not In fashion works won't deem
It necessa- ; got temporary relief, but it came
Van«. U>e Jeweler, for reliable way to the rullroad.
They were ac a deal of this nature."
ry to ever again cull Into v.ogue the J ; back again and again, and for six
companying their daughter«, Misses
I long years I have suffered more rnls-
REPORT I ROH CRATER LAKE.
| cry and agony ttiari 1 can tell. It was
Sleplifti Stukel of Merrill wait In Anna and Rachael, and son, Roy,
who are returning to school at Berke
' worse than death. My husband spent
Abuse of child labor is not
) wii Monday-
W. F. Arant, superintendent of
hundreds of dollars for physicians’
Don't forget the dance on
Crater Lake National Park, was In | confined to factorin'«, mines and other prescriptions and treatment without
Sunday Oregonian: Mr. and Mrs. J. town the fore part of the week.
| at the <>|* r« f«0"“*
D. chapman, of Sellwood, announce reports that two miles of the new centers. One occaalonally sees evl- avail. Finally we moved to fiosque
Walter K ........
engagement of their daughter, road has Iteen conipleted and several deuce of It in rural communities. | county, our present home, and one
/arrived in !"*•> yesterday
Charity Rebecca Muldonada, to Mr. new bridges bulllt on the old road Without dilation on the mentul and day I happened to see ari advertise
A. S. Hammond, of Grants Pass. The lie says, however, that Improveineiits physical injury to frail youth through ment of ( humlMTlaln's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testi
Harrv B''11**«’ returned .Monday wedding will take place early in the will have to cease mniii on lu'couiil of excessive toll, let us suggest that 1
monial of a man who bad been cured
¿ Spring creek.
Ho reporu the fall.
lack of funds, the apportionment for
by it. The c^se was so similar to my
Elmer I. Applegate of the Brook th'- work having been Insuttlcleiit.
own that 1 concluded to try the rem
He sliitcs that tourists are (touring an>l fitted for the reception and enter- j edy. The result was wonderful. J
Ha,« money by buying now, while side ranch was a Klamath Falls visi
could hardly realize that J was well
lie lilg »»le ,H ,’11' .
whose health Inis been poorly Is re j numbers. The snow has disappeared 1 abuse.
A. D. ilarpold, Bonanza, Or.
again or believe it could L<» so after
|s>rtcd as greatly Improveil since her : enough to enable easy access to the
having suffered so long, but that one
Born In Klamath Faile. Or., Mon- return to Klamath county from Cali i lake and comfortable ramping. Mr.
Pope Lett's successor will soon tie bottle ot medicine, costing but a few
Mr' w,d Mm. fornia.
Who In America Is not
i Arant lias found that the fish put In chosen.
cents, cured me.” For sale by Ciiit-
Ito the lake fix years ago have sur- thankful that lie Is not eligible t«> the wmjd & Co.
flrgii D- Yaden, a »on.
J. A. Green, of _
I-"« Angeles, Cal., Thursday evening on a charge of I vived and multiplied. Thus it Is
i forfeit ills libel ty here for practical KLAMATH LAKE RAILROAD CO.
a« Iteeli d-
disorderly conduct and using pro- sustain llsh life. Mr. Arant Is mak Imprisonment in ¡tome? Power, lux-1
taggell. thi a jwist week.
fane language on the street.
He ap- ing an effort to have a boat on the ury, ease air) lavish attentions would '
The Rsl'i iilk an office has been (M-ared la-fttrc Justice Graves the next i lake In time to accommodate Mr. not coin|H'i>sate for ttie restricted life
IM EFFECT JUNE 'M. ivn.
of the pope.
However, one of the |
!oved Int" Ils new building two morning and was lined ti5.5<), which I Steel's big excursion.
cardinals can probably be persuaded
'---- of the post office.
WEST I DAILY I'ASSKSGEK
DEATH OP WALLIE WILSON.
to till the vacancy. As for us, we Nol. No 8 I AND FKE1OHT
No 4 No 2
Miss Ruby Hatton left Tuesday for
Buy now ami save money 1 Ill llfit
would prefer sticking to America and
Haywards, Cal., where she will visit
dace uiy slock before moving.
M'ord was recclverl by wire from wrestling with country Journalism.
C. c. Multby.
with her grandparent«, Mr. and Mrs.
Mcvt Turn U/anlzo M li
San Francisco Saturday morning bv
Jas. Driscoll and wife returned M. llarterv, and also attend se.hool. Mrs. Frank Ward of the death of her
I>j*»r M witch-back
tadiimdav from Sprague river, where A farewell party was given In her son, Walter T. Wilson, at the Pacific late years that the despairing groans
honor on Monday evening by Mrs. W.
2.W ! Hot Hprtng Btation 2.29
K-v lute Iteen enjoying un outing.
Mr. Wilson went to San of populism and calamity are now sel
Fall Creek Spur
Francisco thiee months ago, accompa dom heard there. Time was when
Mr ami Mis. W. <’. Dalton and
Dr. ami Mrs. J. G. Goble and Non nied by fils wife, for medical treat a cemetery calm prevailed over the
Marie Dalton, of Merrill, ai-
vid at the r .ills Wednesday for a
months trip through lire northern appendicitis, for winch he recently sive and sad. Fora number of suc
D rpartmknt of thf . IvrnioiL
and eastern parts of Klamath county. underwent an operation, from the ef cessive years hot winds blasted crops
U nitkx > M ate » i . a > d O ffic *.
Lakeview, Oregon, June 15.190-3.
b'or ii'llablc Information ctmccin- They spent the 4th at Fort Klamath fects of which lie died.
and forced many people into the
A sufficient contest HtlidavP. having been
,g public land« go to J. W. llama- and later went to Bonanza and Bly,
Mrs. Ward left Saturday evening throes of poverty. Russian thistles fl led in
* ’ office by John
‘ ~ Berry
Alfred Yother« entry No.
ir: get the benefit of thirty years returning by way of Swan lake.
for San Francisco, In which city the appeared with drouth and the two against
Feb. 27, 1902, for KEG KE*, be«'
be«- i 1 EUNKU4.HW
r.*2 AL'. <v .m
sources of melancholy developed niyi- •1 NE’a Sec 12 T35HKH E, by Alfred rot berg
A very succcMfu) <>|M-ratlon was funeral took place on Tuesday.
lev tee, in a inch it in alleged that Aiired
The deceased is well known Iadsof populists. They were a cheer-1 ' Con
Call on lhe East End Marble Works performed Munday evening try Dr.
Yotbera has ab-ented h*m»elf from and wholly
dore placing your orders for tomb- Hargus aaslated by Dr. Merryman. throughout Klumuth comity, having less lot of fellows and bv mental In- ab«n<l<-n, <1 -I> <1 land fur more ibuu *:x n.«:iib.
ro.r.ulul i,,n as
■»"* (’••* and
Mr Co wholly
< h > m or monument*. Satisfaction The eight year old tsiy of Henry Ire- lived here a greater part of his life, ra a ’lll'itloo
II.Ill ill tlx-
That no r«al<lenee haa ever bwn e.tafr-
I mil was brought down Sunday by and was a member of the Modern though t ransferred to a morgue, was date.
made to feel gloomy and regard the
..... and no part of paid ......
land ha-» ever been
We are to have new sidewalks. The Isuit from Pelican bay suffering from ization he was Insured for t2.OVO. prospect as likely to firing demolition, person
Improved or cultivated ; t»aid parties are here
ten bnerd hss placed the order for iip|M-n<llelt Is. The ease was consider ID- was In his 24th year at the lime desolation and any other things that by notified to appear, rMpOlld and <-ff»-r ••vi-
touch ng said eUegat ion at 14 o*o)oek •
tuber and work Is expi'led to be ed so serious that very little hopes of his death. His wife and other rel the architect of evil might have in rn on Hept,
lu, 19(M. before < 11. Withrow, a L*.
were entertained for his recovery anti
8. CuinmtMiouer at Klamath Falla, Or. (and
that final bearing will be held at I o’clock p m
the one slim chance was through the
M im Btssle Hammond returned UM of the knife. Now however due tire community in their sad bereave wrought in Kansas the last few years. on October 2, 1903, before) the Kegiater and Re
at tue United btatc» Land OiLce, in
Crups have been heavy, prices high ceiver
outlay from Spring creek, where to t he excellent Work of the doctors ment.
and populism and despondency have The haul coDteedant having, in a proper sffi-
ie has been enjoying un outing with the ls>y Is resting very comfortably
Tim Dkl lXil k Al WORK.
filed June 15, 1903, »»el forth fact? w hich
People there now feel davit,
ic lletMoii family.
»how that after due diligence per>onal ser
and Is in a fair way to recovery. Mr.
tin« notice cannot be made, it u hereby
good, are saturated with optimism
J. F. Goeller am) family went out Ireland Is from Jacksonville, but Is at
J. F. Adams, one of the leading and smile frequently and audibly. ' ordered and directed that such notice be given
and proper publication.
> their homestead Saturday.
Mr. present one of the forest rangers near members of the Little Klamath Ditch Thus, Kansas, once sad, is now glad,
E M. BKkTTAiN, Register.
oeller returned Monday evening but pelican bay. Ifeonly agreed to the Co., was In town Monday.
He re once in the dutches of cynical popu
H arry B aji f .Y, Receiver.
operation us a last rccource but Is porta that the company's dredger is
1» Lunlly will remain some time.
now overjoyed at wliat lie considers now making progress In cutting a
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878
The county high school will occu-
the extraordinary success of the doc canal from Little Klamath lake to
Notice for Publication.
v the city hull fur their school room
from lop to bottom.
White lake, the source of supply for
us un. c.
R E- A DYE RTI8 E M E NT.
George P. Delving, of DeLong, the irrigating ditch.
urg, Cal., has been sccured as prln-
Subscribe for R epublican .
Is necessarily slow work and it will
STATES LAND OFFICE,
No man or woman in the state will
Plain view, Minn., was In the city take some time to complete the dis
A t L akeview , O re ., May 9, 1902.
Orders taken for engraved on rd it,
Notice is hereby given that, iu com-
edding Invitations and announce- last week, II» Is here looking over cut liusiast le over 1 In- prospect of re lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
’ pliance with the provisions of the act of
lent* ami <■ ml»•.«. .I slat lonerjf, Call the tract of timixr near Aspen
after once trying them. They always
of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
nd are our line of samples,
Repub- which Ills company Ixiught hint fall, lieve« that Irrigation of arid aections produce a pleasant movement of the ' ' > Congress
act for the sale of timber lands in the '
lie is very much pleased with the
tlmlM-r In this country and nay* that and drainage of lands contiguous to bowels, improve the- appetite and Htates of California, Oregon, Nevada and i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Scott, W. F. If Hie bualneaa people of Klamath the lakes by use <4 dredger« will make strengthen the digestion. For sale in Washington Territory,” as extended i
to all lite Public Land States by act of
spe and Geo. W. Ixswlev were down Falls would unite ami work together Klamath one of the richest counties by Chitwood & Co.
August 4, 1892, the following persons
rum Fort Klamath Saturday. Mr. there Is no reason why the half doien In the s<ate.
McCormick mowers and rakes, wire have this day tiled in thia office their
Mr. Adams was accompanied l>y
kult was here proving up on Ins big mills which will eventually be op
sworn statements, to-wit:
cables and pulley blocks.
FREE SAMPLE ROO,
lone and tlnilwr claim.
erating In t Ills timber, should not tie two McArthur brothers wl><> are en
Fannie I.. Lash,
Geo. R. Burn.
Carey Rainsby and James Mongold
East End Hardware. Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn
land In Shasta county, Cal. They
twit to Spring t re. k Salut.liv, re that till their trade could be shared were looking over the Held for future
statement No. 1602 for the purchase of
urnlug Monday evening with a line
developments along that line here
the 8ls XI'1, and NF’j XW‘4. Sec •
THE ASHLAND NORHAL.
tring of I rout, a iiuii I mt of which how soon his company contemplated and expressed themselves ÍU being
30 and SW >4 X W
Sec 29, Tp 37, S R
I putting in a plant he said "Just as
ley generously distributed umoiig
13 E, W M.
very favorably Impressed.
Milton J. Jones,
i for we cannot du any llilug without
work shown itself worthy the pat of Portland, county of Multnomah,
Tlie ball game Sunday between Hie ; u railroad."
ronage of the people of Southern and state of Oregon, sworn statement No.
it and 2ml nine* rehuli.-d In M neuro
Following I k a summary of the re Southeastern Oregon, 277 students I(R>5, for the purchase of the SE quarter,
2 JO to 12 in favor <4 t lie 2nd loam, | A good Joke Is Ix'lng told on two
port of C. R. Ih'l.ap. county school were i-nrolled last year and a- fine Sec. 30. T. 37 S., R. 13 E W. M.
Benjamin F. Jones,
I was more In the nature of a prar- I <>f our young society buds, Floyd superintendent <>f Klamath county, class of sixteen graduated therefrom.
of 174 Third St., Portland, county of
ice game an neither of the l earns hail
Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn
ning Hcmmpanied by three young
1! of Uicir line up pr^sval.
Numla-r of |H'rsotis tmtween four next year. A tine new school build statement No. 1606, for the purchase of ■
ladle« they proceeded to enjoy u drive
Having put In a new stock of gen In the direction of Keno; everything and twenty years of age residing In ing is living erected now and a gym the S half cAV quarter, Sec. 30, and N '
ial nerchtndlM at \it.,im>ni, Or,, went ple.ui.inlly until on the return the couniv at time of report—male nasium with all nvslern equipments ! half NW quarter, Sec. 31, T. 37 8., R.
will be ready for use at the opening 13 E., W. M.
he uiiderMgneu kindiv solicit* a share when about three miles from town 619. female 549; total, H uh .
Irair patronage. By Mr dMllngl for some reason not yet aatlsfai'lor-
Numla-rof pupils enrolled between of the sc I xmi I next autumn. The sur
nd handling a go,,,! irtlcle we hope lily cxpliniied Hie party decided It four and twenty years of uge- male roundings of this schtMil are both of Montavilla, county of Multnomah,
physically and morally healthful and state of Oregon, sworn statement No.
"1“ 1'1 It.
T. II. Moo-;;;.
; wuul.'l be belter to walk tin* rest of 448. female 37»; total. 81 m .
the soda) atmosphere of the school 1607, for the purchase of the SE quarter,
Join V. Houston and daughter.
Sec. 31, T. 37 S„ II. 13. E. W. M.
and t went V years of age not attend I pure and stimulating to the highest
Christian L. Long,
K m Mm, and Miss II tzel Burnss proceeded to do, tin* team having
••ffort oil the part of the student. of 174 Third St., Portland, county of
Burned yesterday from several davs goon on ahead. We have had a little
' Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn
While there Mr. ex|M>rlenee iturselvea In allowing a
B enjamin F. M ulkey ,
statement No. 1608, for the purchase
MRS. L. BIEHN, PROP.
Number of persona lad ween four
louaton sold Ills team and buggy, team to start home alone ami have
<>f the 8 half NW quarter and N half
ie return, d bv wav of the new Klam- found that It Is a great deal cheaper
SW quarter, Sec. 32. T. 37 8., K. 13 E., I
tfi Lake R. IL
to send a driver along.
We have outside of district—male 20, female
RATES: $i.oo Per Day, $5.00 Per Week. Headquar
, W. M.
That they will offer proof to show
Notice for Publication.
Married —Mr. John E. Jcnssen and learned later on good authority that
ters for Timber People.
that the land sought is more valuable
Department of the Interior,
I im Sadie llartuelm were married, 1 tile runaway was an atilt lent. One Ing the year -male 14, female 53; to
of the wheels got caught In a rut
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
II the present <• of a few Intlmute
tural purposes and to establish their
July 14. 1903.
fiends, by R.-V. W. (i. Smith, lit tlie i thereby ii|m*-itlug the rig anil throw
Number of organized districts in | Notice is itereltv given that the fol- claim to said land before Jas. 11. Dris
lansc Wednesday afternoon, July
the county, 31.
lowing-named settler has tiled notice of coll, County Clerk at Klamath Falls,
Mr. Jenssei n I m a resident m. one was hurt.
(>r., on Monday the 17th day of August,
Number of schoolhouses in the Itis intention to make final proof in sup '1903.
I Antelope valley.
port of itis claim ami that said proof
SI IKK ITEMS.
They name as witnesses: Fannie L.
w ill ba made before James H. Driscoll
Number of school houses built dur-: County (ilerk at Klamath Falls, Or on Lash, Milton J. Jones. Benjamin F. !
"Sanctification, an Esaont lai to ho
Ing the year, I.
, Jones. Etta Jones, Christian L. Long. 1
mphacised” will 1«. the subject In
August 24. 1903, viz:
piir'liiseil several hundred head of
Cyrus D. Fowle. of Portland, Or.,and I
James H. Peatross,
• morning, and "(xit, a Young
an . Wlm
Well,” ■. a sermon of I he Churchill cattle last week. We Cash on hand July 30, 1902 $ 8805.75 II. E. No. 2616 for the X Si of S«'1«' anti J. O. Hamaker, of Bonanza, Or.
understand the price paid was six
14451.19 W'„ of SF.*4 of Sec 18, Tp 39, 8. R « E,
Any and all persons claiming adverse-
•' la nterest to young men, will lie cents net weighed at tile Boyce ranch Receipts
W St. He names the following witness I Iv the above-described lands are re- j
e subject, for the evening, next Sub-
after twelve hours stand.
»23256.94 es to prove his continuous resilience up- quested to tile their claims in this office
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE, MRW^£’V0'
m, at Hie Presbyterian church.
l/iiils Gerlier had a band of 14(10 Disbursements
14791.07 I on and cultivation of said land, viz: f). oil oi before said 17th dav of August 1903.
Themeiniiersof the Klamath Falls tine mutton sheep pass through l*oe
II. Yeager. X. II. Fennell, M. A. Eddy I
E. M. BRATTA1N. Register.
f Y" propose to give one of the swell- valley last week Istund for Montague. Cash on hand July 30, 1903 • 84(15.87 I and A, Crawford, all of Pokegama, Ore-! TI M BER LAN I », ACT JUN E 3, 1 *78,
E. M. B raitais , Register, i
gam ing parties of the season at Buil Hall had ch rge of them.
Estimated value of school
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
’’pera House Friday evening Aug.
From clippings of Eastern Oregon
houses and grounds
<’(‘ry eff"rt will be put forth to alid Nevada papers of recent, date Estimnteil value of school
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Iniisirtanee tlie outlook for the stock industry Is
furniture and apparatus
„ Pr,,",4‘71’*g<> ti.wanl assist- not encouraging. The lack of Nprlng Amount of insurance
D rpahtmknt or the I stkriob , |
U nited S tates L ani > O ffice ,)
aists and Ginghams at cost.
luuid Office nt Lakeview, Or.,
Lakeview, Oregon, May 9, 19t)2.f
be«..i. y."g ,,nlf"rillN for the team. rains has made Iwitli pasture and hay Average monthly salary of
June 25, 1903. ! Notice is hereby given that in com
»»Ita have already been ordered, a very scarce commodity and cattle
Notice is hereby given that the fol-, pliance with the provisionsoi the act of
Average monthly salary of
s Jain y 2f <1'i,llf"rnia people Includ-
low ing-nained settler has tiled notice of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
45.62 his intention to make final proof in sup-1 A' I for tlie sale of timber land in the
KITS i“":1“........ «
imrt of his claim, ami that said projjf I states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
LIVE STOCK SALE.
« ill lie made before Jas. H. Driscoll, i ami in Washington Territory” as extend
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
' ..... ..
County Clerk at Klamath Falls, Or. on ed to all the Public Land States by act
«lr re rT r,n
The Breeders’ Combination miction
of August 4, 1892, tlie fullow ing persons
The partnership heretofore existing August 8, 1903, viz:
Th fr<’"' “ tr,l*
have tItis day filed fn this utliee their
2.... iX'Ws: ’ t R ä sale of live stock to lie held at. the between the undersigned under the
of Fort Klamath. Or., H. E. No. 26o5 swurn statements, to-wit :
i Oregon atnte fain at Salem, Septem
firm name and style of Chitwood & fol the Wu NWt,. Sec 14. Iaits l.oand
Mary F. Trefren,
«'•to the railroad by W. W.'Hazen ber 14 to 19, 1903, will he one of the Co. has been tills day dissolved by 6, See 15, Tp 33 8 B
of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
E, W M.
greatest sales ever held on the Pacific
mutual consent. II. T. Chit wood re
She names the following witnesses to Oregon, sworn statement No 1540, for
of u"‘ U. coast. All of tin« large breeders,
MRS. J. C. PEREZ, Proorictor.
tiring from said business.
All mon prove her continuous residence upon the purchase of the NEM, Sec 26, Tp 40
and cultivation of said land, viz: Sam 8, R 7 E. W M.
*“* here this
?,nHld',«"1l« among C. II. Wade, Alex Chalmers, D. H.
Robert H. Drew,
able to C. C. Chitwood and all obliga uel Main ami Charles Martin of Fort
>e ni X
of having! Looney, Chas. Cleveland, P.
A. tions of said partnership will be dis Klamath Or., ami J. W. Hamakar and ot Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
statement No. 1610 for Just received a New Line of Shirt Waists
Umatl | L,,"gh,'; by w«y "f the I Frikos, Hazelwood Company, W. J. charged by him. All persons know J. Louis Condon of Klamath Falls,Or.
E. M. B kattain , Register.
tlie purchase of the 8Wk Sec 10 Tp 40
HATS MADE IO ORDER.
ay of Aui'i ' ri,droad instead of by Townley, J. Matty, J. 11. Stump, At ing themselves to I m 1 indebted to said
8 R 7 E W M.
1sn«tmlln*1’ . 11 1N »Hlh-ved the kinson Bros., are sending some of the
»ange win .
lirm will please settle.
That they will offer proof to show
n,> (loiilu ih"!'i,H" ,nB(*e a,,d there best stock on their respective farms
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, Assignee's Notice of Final Settlement. khat the land sought is more valuable
"lee esn'!f‘n,'1W....... ..
»"•’ to this sale, which will give the fann
| tor its timber or stone than for agricul
this 23rd day of July, 11103.
Notice 1« hereby given that R. A. Emmitt, tural purposes and to establish their
Wnter er and small breeder a splendid oppor
C. C. C hitwood ,
»Miznee ol 1> J. Ferree, .n Inxolvent debtor,
tunity of buying some choice stock
claim to said land liefore C. H. With
II. T. C hitwood . IV.
. ’ final
-i .i account
— ... .........................
aiudgnee. row. U. 8. Commissioner at Klamath
right at home.
«ar/1 on' */.'*? f"! ,,le fal1 r,lceK nn(>
’ and that Saturday, Au»u.l 1st. A. I>. 190», has Falls, Oregon, on Friday the 4tb day uf
■ been fixed bv .«Id Court for the hearing of said
«"• Sch'llX? Bi‘l"'*".’s hard-
I final acumini; that -aid hearing will be had . September, 1903.
United State» Commisthner,
TIMBER DEAL IS DENIED.
I be court room of said Court, ...
in the town
------ of .
They name as witnesses î Mary F.
urn’s and tn’“Wn’a. Geo. R.
Fall«, Maid county and state, on «aid Trefren, G. W. Trefren, Robert H.
500 head of ewes and lambs, either Klamath
firM day of AuguM, A. I»., 1903, at the hour of
Saturday's dispatches reported that
. KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
Drew of Ashland, Or., J. 8. Bailey of
lu o'clock a. in of »aid day.
*k,! •(■ a mtiii i'“"» overy,’ne "h«uld .lames J. Hill and K. II. Harriman, together or separately.
Dated at Klamath Fall», Oregon, June 12th, Shake. Or. ami Joseph R. Delvendahl Cleanliness and Good Work
■ke'- (W Ol V n’ ’t"y nt
railroad magnates, were promoting a
of St. Francis, Minn.
GENERAL LAND BUSINESS.
H. A. EM MITT,
Klamath Falls, Or.
ake the f t|r\ '
,lU Wtt7 c«n we 1 combination to control the timber
Any and all persons claiming adverse
Akxlgne« of b. J. Ferree, »n linolvent l>,bior.
’"n have flf'tnc " "
Tl,e ,uw"1'1- jand lumber market* of the world.
ly thé above-descrilæd lands are request
ed to tile their claims in this office on or
Following interviews, however, deny
'to give i hrr
"'eelll- the report: Mr. Hill says:
Large store room. Good house, and
• c U jciii their support.
Chas. E. Worden.
"It might Just as well have been barn.
C ash S t
| For Wrappers, in
II Navy, Cadet Bine an
i Will be Sold for I
L. F. Willits, Pr
Camp Outfits !
Fishing Tackle I
Wall Paper and Furniture '
. . . AT . . .
Baldwin's, the Hardware Dea
& to lb
I. W. BURRISS, Prop.
Headquarters for All Stage Line.
Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per
Main Street, Near Bridge, Klamath Falls, Oregoi
All Trimmed Hats will positively be
sold at cost to make room for
Shirt Waists, Ladies ready made Muslin Underwear and all kinds
of Ladies Furnishings always on hand.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
SELLING OUT jvr COST
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
C. H. WITHROW,