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KLAMATH REPUBLICAN i
have slfHxl u good fliuiici* of wiiiii I iil ',
> Next Week’s gUllie ploilllM'S to hi
1908. worth sewing ns eaeh team nxpeets to
have tludr entire line tip present.
held during whieh rcfriri.menif, were
wi ll. Kilk gown wiih veil and carri.ri
a dainty bouquet of white swet t p( ,t.,
<>t th‘‘ Klamath
I nils High school and is a general
favorlUt In six'lcty.
The groom |M t he son of Lucian B
Applegate, a pioneer of
county, and Is very popular with all
Mr. and .Mrs. Applegate left shortly
niter the ceremony for «hlessa where
their honeymoon, en-
Joying the pleasures of that delight-
• ul summer resort,
'I '1", opport unity of a Ilfs time
everything going at vour own price.
A. D. liarpokl, Bonanza, Or.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
Season tickets for the fall races and 1
r.ne are ob naif ot BaMwint hard
'I he partnership heretofore existing
ware, Kcturilock A Daggett’s, Geo. R.
bet ween the undersigned under the
Chitwood's Drug and Stationery Hum's and tile Gem saloon.
Hrm name and style of Chitwood ft
tickets arc »2.00 and everyone should
Co. lias been this day dissolved by
mutual consent, If. T. Chitwtxxl re
Vans, the Jeweler, for reliable make It a point to buy at least one
tiring from said busIneM.
ticket as only In that way can we
All pfoiit knocked off of fruit jars make the fair a success.
able to C. C, Chitwood and all obliga
atlon have done everything that Is
tions of said partnership will be dis-
| posHlblr und now it is tip to the citi
charged by him. All persons know
Big sale now on nt C, C. Maltby's zens to give them their support.
ing themselves to be indebted to said
middle and harness shop.
Last Thursday 0. C. Maltby pur
Hrm will please settle.
Good second hand bedroom set for chased of A. L. Drake a 100 acre
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
sale. Apply al Chia office.
4t. ranch, also a mining claim containing
this 23rd day of July, 1903.
Louis Gerber started 250 beef cattle
quicksilver, lx>th located near Oak
C. C. C hitwood ,
]f you don't buy Cyrus Noble you Bar, Cal., on the Klamath river, con- from his Brook vale farm last Monday
II. T. C hitwood .
don't gel the best Houston Bros.
Mr. Maltby will Ixiund for .Montague. W. O. Campbell
Guy Merrill wes In town Sunday, not move to IBs ranch al once but
dairy cows for sale .
lie came up U> play ball with the will remain here until fall until he
The X L Company will dispose of
I have left twelve g«xjd dairy cows
sells off his stock of harness and sad about 2000 head of la-ef Ibis fall owing
that I wish to sell; all but one under
to a light hay crop.
Mrs. It. B. Hatton left .Monday for
eight years old and nearly all will be
Heryford Bros, the well known
Haywards, Cal. where she will make
Klamath Falls is In ne<>d of a good
gorxi winter cows. Also will sell
A town without a
her future home.
with cows, or separately, separator
aiioiit 1200 head of beeves to put on
Have money by buying now, while well organized band Is not able to the market by early part of October. and dairy apparatus, to close out the
fully entertain the public as well ns
O. A. S tsauns .
the big sale I h on.
frequent visitors In a proper maimer.
According to the Sil ver Star of Win
A. D. Ilarpold, Bonanza, Or.
Tim citizens now have a chance for a nemucca, Nevada, Miller ft Lux have
McCormick mowers and rakes, wire
Have you seen Baldwin's hiimni<x*k goixt band If they will only get In and shipped 4000 head of cattle from their
window!* Plenty more Inside, coinc Imlp. Ata meeting last night of the Immense range in Grant and Malheur cables and pulley blocks.
Geo. R. Hum,
In und look over the line.
band boys II was decided to have a Counties to California audit U the
East End Hardware.
committee iip|M>lntcd to call on lhe intention of these large cattle growers
Buy now and save money I must
Ui ship 20,000 head of cattle to San KLAMATH LAKE RAILROAD CO.
reduce my slix'k before moving.
what could be done.
Joaquin, California, on account of the
C. C. Maltby.
Orders taken for engraved cards, shortage of range In Eastern Oregon.
Mrs. E. V. Cogswell and daughter,
We understand that owing to
in arracT june m . iwo .
Invitations and announce
Nellie. returned from Cottage Grove
ments and embossed stat ionery. Call the high price at which alfalfa Is be
I DAILY PAHHKNGEBKAMT
and see our line of samples.
Repub ing held a large number of the cattle Noi. WEST
|No4. No 2
Ubltwixxi's Drug and Stationery lican < )fflce.
In this locality will have U, be dis
pose«! of before the snow falls. Feed :»o
A petition which Is being circulat ers are willing to contract hay at five 9 9 36
North, East, South mid West Its ed In Jackson county lo the governor
Hu mm It
praise Is sung. Cyrus Noble Whiskey for the pardon of II. 0. Messenger,
for six dollors a ton.
wlm is serving a fifteen year sentence
2 30 Hol Spring Station
J. W. Howard, the well known cat 10 27 2 85
Fall Creek Spur
Rex Bord went to Pokegama yea- on a conviction of manslaughter for tle man of Klamath and Lake coun 10 4M 2 5i |
terday to meet his family who are killing J. I*. Cotton over two years ties, made a contract Thursday with ¡1.23 3 AT, I
coming from California.
t'ott<m saw mill alx>ve Ashland, has It. E. Cantrall for 1000 tons of hay at
City Attorney H. W. Keesee Is now teen sent to interested parties here ' »'I. lie ulso bought 500 tons or .Mrs.
DKFABTMKXTOT THB iNTBJtfOR.
I nitbd htaten land omc*.
occupying bls new office over Bradley to lx: signed. It Is receiving the J. T. Henlev and others.
Lakeview, Oregon. June 15, im«.
A Gunther's liamess shop.
signatures of many prominent Klam- ard will feed ills stock in the Klamath
A aufficieni contest affidavit having been
llasln this winter.
filed in thia office by John Berry contestant
F. E. W'olfe, of Portland, arrived
Alfred Yother» entry No. 2532, made
Last we«'k Dan Maloy purchased aKBiii<*t
F« b 27. 19U2. for KE>4 HE». Hee 1 E»_ JiEU de HW
In the city Monday on a visit to his acquainted with the detads of the
HR U E, by Allred
I case and arc doing so out of sym-
sister, Mrs. Frank MeCornack.
<>nte>tee, In which It 1» »llestsl that Allred
They were mostly | I < Yotheri
ha- at.-ente«) li;m*el( from arid wholly
; patliy for the Imprisoned man's fami of urutUtn sheep.
John Shook came In from IBs ranch ly.
»aid land lor more than m I x monlha
It is stated that Messenger's 2-year old wethers, but a few of them Al.an.lorifl
laat na»l and »till continue« >o to wholly
st Da'ry. While here he enjoyed a j health is such that he will never be were yearlings. The price paid was abandon
and abaent hiin»elf therefrom to thl»
ride on one of the new launches.
, »2.50 ami »3. From Geo. iJoydstun, ! I dale. That no residence ha» ever been estate
| able to serve out hla time.
thereon by »aid eairrman or any other
; 300; C. W. Dent 600; C. A. Rchart j llshed
is. rwn and no part of »aid land has ever been
Mrs. Charles Woolsey, daughter of
There are two kinds of whiskey. | 800; I*. M. Combs 500, and 800 more Improved or cultivated; »aid parties are here-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Breitenstein left Cyrus Noble and tlte other kind.—
by notified to appear, re»|>ond and offer evi
will likely be purchased from Tiros. i dence
touchinit -aid allcKatlon at 10 o'olock a.
Sunday evening for her home in San Houston Bros.
n> on Hept 10, IMS. before C . H Withrow, a U.
H. Comuilaalotier at Klamath Fall«, Or. (aud
Stockmen who are in the habit of that final hearlnff will be held at I o'clock p in
For tellable Information concern
on October 2. IWH. bofore) the R.-irister and Re
buying hay at Merrill In Klamath ceiver
at the fulled Slate» Land Office, in
ing public lands go to J. W, llnma-
One-half Interest In zaw mil! alx county, complain tint the price this: i ■ Lakeview.
kar; get the Iwnetlt of thirty yean
The -aid contestant having, In a proper affi
nulls from Merrill, on the Stukel year is nearly douple that of last* davit, filed June 15, lUUk, set forth farts which
that after due diligence personal ser-
mountain, Capacity IR.000 feet per year, and unless the price goes down j ■bow
vu-c of thia notice cannot le- made. It ia hereby
I. E. Mitchell and family and day. Planer, edger blacksmith shop, they cannot afford to take their ' ordered
and directed that »uch notice be given
Misses Mary and Lucy Seeils and Le cook house and logging outfit. Good sltxrk there to feed this winter. Il is ( by due and proper publication.
E M Bitarratw. Register,
roy Forker went to Huckleberry horses, belt of timber, also alxtut ¡claimed that the price asked for
fusin' B ailey . Receiver.
JAR RUBBERS AND FRUIT WAX
! ».xooo worth of lumber ready fur
Notice For Publication.
Chttwixxl’s Drug and Stationery ! market. ( heap for cash. G cxki rea- ! Ix ef cattle are bought in Lake county
LisriOvrici at L akk « ixw . oreoos .
sons for selling. Address, J. L. Ar-
AUKUvt 8lb. 1VUL
¡every year and taken to Merrill to Notice la hereby given that the following-
nett, Merrill, Oregon.
Wm. Davis, wife and son arrived In
fatten for the market, but the higlc to make final proof in support of
of his claim and
price for hay there now has caused 1 that said proof will be made before Jas. II.
the city Saturday evening from Lan-
LOS ANUBLES VISITORS.
Driscoll, < ounty clerk, at Klamath Falla, Or.,
gell vailey on tbclr way to San Diego,
a halt In the buying.—Luke Co. Ex-1 uu
September 13. 1903, eiir
Do you want to buy a small farm,
Cal., where they will spend the win
JOHN F GOELLKK.
The following prominent lx* An- arulner.
No. 2173 for the SW*€ of HWl/ of fleC 13.
geles people, wh<> have been stopping
HE1 a of NE'a and E’3 of 8E‘4 of Sec 14 Tp
a stock ranch or grating lands?
The Woman's Christian Temper-
M. lie names the following witnesses
C. E. Sherlock came over from at the Klumath Hot Springs, arrived mm » Union nf KI um U i FhU» « hi 9E»V
toprove hia continuous residence upon and
Let me hear from you. I can
Lake county Sunday, lie left Tues In the city Tueaday on a pleasure trip meet at the residence of Mrs. Rich- cultivation of said land, viz: J. G. Pierce, J.
W. Hamakar, R. W. Marple and J. V. Houston,
FREE SAMPLE R
Irving E. In
day for the Lava Beds to look after Into Klamath county.
save you money and time.
all of Klamath Falls, Or.
E. M. B battaim , Register.
some sheep there, which he Is inter graham und wife. Dr. West Hughes 1903. ‘•Come wltli us and we will do
and wife, Guy L. C'uzncr, wife and
Hattie Wilson. Sec.
son, George Safford ami wife, C. C. you good."
Notfce for Publication.
George Coulter, a first class painter Carpenter and W. 1». Woolwine.
Department of the Interior,
and paper haugcr of Medford, arrived
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
YOU HAVE ANY REAL
They left yesterday morning for an
In tlte city Monday,
lie will remain 1 excursion on the Big Klamath hike t'nltr.t stale« lan.l Office, Lakeview, Orcaon.
July 14, 1903.
here the rest i>t the summer working and will s|K*nd several days at the
I A «uffici nt conical affidavit Lavina been lowing-named settler has tile.1 notice of
at his trade.
ESTATE TO SELL
Lodge fishing and hunting.
They «le I In ihlv office by Charle» A. He».e, con- hi«
intention to make final proof in «up-
against hoincut« m <I entry No283B ina<le
George Smith and wife, who have will probably visit Spring Creek, the tralAiit.
Novetnlirr ¿S. l*Ar.\ for F't of NW‘. ami NW‘> |»ort of iiis claim, and that said proof
<»f H.T a . T 41 k . R a F. and n \ v *. of hk C will bo made before James H. Driscoll
been Visiting friends In the city some p trad Ise of I lie lover of the rod and ; <>i NX«
40 S, Hangr n E. W M
’t 31, Township
lime, left Saturday for tlielr home at I line, before their return to the springs 1 ol
contcAiee, in which it in al- County Clerk at Klamath Falls, Or. oa
August 24, 1903. viz:
bes wholly aban
Eugene. They were accompalned to
duned »ai<l tract; that hr han ciianxr<i hi* rea-
John If. Peatross,
the railroad by Alex Martin Jr.
BROKE MIS ARI.
idencv therefrom for more than »lx months II. E. No. 2O4f> lor the Nvs of SW*^ and
wilier making »a <1 entry ; that said tract is not
H. E. Holdnson, who has been In
non as rt*<|tilrrd by law ; and that said WU of SE>, of See 18, Tp 39. S, It 6 E,
Wi lle I».tn Maloy wax rhllng horze »n.'g.d'IV,
„btkcnce from the *ai<! land waa not W M. He names the following w itness-
C. II. Withrow's office, left on Satur
in the army, Meyor
day morning's stage for Lakeview, back along the road a Khort distance ,f marlm'corps
<>f the United Htatm as a private es to prove his continuous residence up
marine, during 11.
the j on ami cultivation of said land, viz: D.
where he will check up the late fil
w ar w (th Siam or during any other war in II. Yeager, N. H. Fennell, M. A. Eddy
ings aud patents issued for Mr. Wltb- of town, the borne he was riding which Che United Statea may be engaged; »aid and
A, Crawford, all of Pokegama, Ore
stumbled anil fell with him, ami he partie« are hereby notifle<i to ap|M*ar. rr*pon<l
E. M. B rattaim , Register.
<»ff* r evidence touching said allegation at gon.
Main Street, Near Bridge, Klamath Falls, Or
put Ills right hand out to catch him j •»nd
o’cbM'k a. in. on September 23. 190.'», l«cfore (’.
Garrett Fish and family completed self. Ills arm wax wrenched in such 10
H Withrow, U. 8. CotniniMdoner, at Klamath! I
moving into their new home Friday. a way as tn break a bone near the el- Falla, Oregon, and that final bearing will be I TIMBER LAND, ACTJUÎÎE3, 1878,
at >0 o'clock a. m. on October 2. 1903, be
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Mr. Fish traded tils house and lot al tx>w, anti dlshx'atc the joint. Dan held
fore (hr Reg Inter and Receiver at the United
Merrill to Willis Verrill for his prop not thinking his Injury was Horlous, Htatcn I-and Other at Lakeview, Oregon.
MRS. L. BIEHN, PROP:
The said contestant having, in a proper affi
erty here and lias now become a resi went on after it horse he was riding davit,
filed Augunl 10. 1903, set forth facts
Persons desiring to sell or
dent of Klamath Falls.
for and when the arm was finally at al wrvice ul this notice cannot be made, it is
E xited S tates L and O ffice ,)
Dr. hereby ojitered and directed that such notice
Lakeview, Oregon, May 9, 1902.J exchange real property can RATES: $1.00 Per Day, $5.00 Per Week. Head
Mnrrlad—Mr. limner Roberta, of tended t<> It was badly swollen.
given hv due and proper publication ill the
Notice is hereby given that in com-
Poe valley, and Miss May Dennis, of Steiner set the broken bone and put I be
ters for Timber People.
Klamath Republican, published at Klamath
E M B ka TTAIN, Reglater. , pliance with the provirion«of the act of have the same brought to the
Klamath Falls, were married Sunday Dan's arm In a plaster cast, which halla, Oregon.
evening, August ltl, 1903, at the will keep him company for home time.
A< t for the «ale of timber land in the attention of intending purchas
home of the bride's parents. Rev. J. — Lakeview Examiner.
«late« of California, Oregon, Nevada,
«■ Bryant offlciallug.
and in Washington Territory" a« extend ers through the medium of
DFr.VRTMKNT OF TH« INTFFIO«,
ed to all the Public Land Mates by act
UwrTBD htatks L and O ffk k .
0- Short, the Klamath potato king,
CAHPERS AT ODESSA.
iAkevlew, Oregon, August 10, 1908.
of August 4, 1892, the following person« this column without expense.
jccompanled by his wife and Miss
A sufficient contest affidavit having been have this day filed fn this office their
filed in this office by Charles H. Springer, con
Nadie Anderson, was In town the tlrst
The following persona, who are testant,
O------- O------- O-
against homestead entry No. 2327 I sworn statements, to-wit:
'•I the week. The party left for Peli camped at Odessa, gave a surprise made November 25. 1WJ, for WU of NE'«, 8K1«
Mary F. Trefren,
can bay luid cherry creek where they party tn Mrs. Griffith, at the hotel, 41 H Range 7 E W M by Henry Monroe, con- ' of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
will enjoy several days outing.
testce, In which It is alleged tliAt: said Henry Oregon, sworn statement No 1540, for
Monroe has wholly abandoned said tract; that the purchase of the NE.*«, I8ec 2ti, Tp 40
J. II. Prntt and wife, George W. he
A. L. Sargent, left Thursdav even-
has ('hanged his residenc»' therefrom for H, R 7 E. W M.
than six months since making said en
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE, MRSpfV¿t~w Jî
ng for San Francisco to attend the Trefren and wife, C. E. Pratt and more
Robert II. Drew,
that said tract is not settled upon and
’»• A. R. encampment.
Mr. Sargent wife, Leo Trefren, Ruth Trefren, cultivated by said Henry Monroe as retjuired of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
that said alleged absence from said Oregon, sworn statement No. 1010 for
wasa lieutenant In the Mth Ohio. Ruby E. Russell, Kate Goble, Grant bylaw;
land was not due to bls employment in the
e has attended every encampment. Helman and wife, Isabella llelnian. army, navy, or marine corps of the United the purchase of lhe SWla Sec 10 Tp 40
as a private soldier, officer, «cainati.or 8 R 7 E W M.
»>nce lhe organization of theG. A. R. Sldna Helman, Susie Randall, Fred States
marine «luring the war with Spain or during
That they will offer proof to ebow
Jones and fl. Goble and wife, of any
war In which the United States may
In buying harness dnn't forget that Ashland.
be 'engaged; said parties are hereby notified to that the land sought is more valuable
respond and offer evidence touching for its timber or stone than for agricul
“ Nis'ciidty of them, and we
J. E. Wright and wife, Misses Jane appear,
allegation at It» o’clock a. m. on Septem tural purposes ami to establish their
make a tret ter and more durable bar- Wilson, Mae Burley, Mary Willing said
ber 2M. 1WH. bvt(»rc <’. H Withrow, U. H. Com claim toeaid land before C. H. Witb
i«s Tor the money than any one In ham and Sadie Sturgis, Mrs. J. W. missioner at Klamath Falls, Oscgon. and that row, U. 8. Commissioner at Klamath
final hearing will be held at 10 o’clock a in.
'‘ county. We will compare them Mitchell, Messrs. Frank H. Hull, on Octolmr 2nd, 191«. bclore the Register and Falls, Oregon, on Friday the 4th day of
Br“dk’\A Ralph II. Roberts, C. Beckett, and Receiver at the United States Land Office in
They name as witnesses: Maty F.
Ernstus Wilson, of Medford.
The said contestant having, tn a proper affi
filed April 27.1903, set forth facts which Trefren, G. W. Trefren, Robert II.
Charles Houston and wife Mrs. N. davit,
■how that after due diligence personal service I Drew of Ashland, Or., J. 8. Hailey of
this notice cannot be made, it is hereby or
i.r m ’P 1 r‘H’,ytcrlan church here, now G. ftolx>rts mid Mias Lillie Huberts of
dered and directed that such notice be given Shake, Or. and Joseph R. Delvendehl
m Medford arrived In the city Satur- of Phoenix.
by due and proper publication in the Klamath of St. Francis, Minn.
Misses Flora Maxine Wright and Republican published at Klamath Falls, Or.
trm!V«lng' ,le k‘rt Monday for a
Any and all persons claiming adverse
K. M. B rattain . Register.
ly the above-described lands are request-
nJ! u, r!,,' r
1,1 company with Marie Elsie Grey mid Ed Burrlss of
tai to tile their claims in this office on or
□ (,W-sn>ith, D. A. McComb,
lasfore said 4th dav of September. 19o3.
ter of Odessa.
»no George Grizzle.
E. M. B rattain , Register.
Department of th« Interior, United States
Land Office, Lakeview. Orc, August 15, 1903,
A party consisting of Judge and
MRS. J. C. PEREZ, Pmorietor:
A MUillvient contest affidavit having been
EARLY HORNING WEDDING.
filed In this office by Henry Ott, oontestant,
THE ASHLAND NORHAL.
against homestead entry No. 2S3I made Novem
w ow n am] Herb and Floyd Baldwin,
The State Normal School at Ash
On Wednesday morning nt. 9.30 ber?, I9W. for W«. NW4 and NU MW'« section
Cratnr'r^ for HPrlnR Creek and
6, township 41 H range b E W M by John Bowen land. Oregon, has by its splendid
a£m J??' Thpy wlk
work shown Itself worthy the pat
parents, Mr. mid Mrs. B. F. Van- Bowen bus windy abandoned said tract; that
the h a” tll‘yR 11,1,1 11 ” expected that Brimmer, twcurred the marriage of lie has changed Ilia residence therefrom for ronage of the people of Southern and
HATS MADE 10 ORDER.
more than six months since making said en Southeastern Oregon,
W1" k,lvc Ho,np excellent their daughter, Mvra, to Mr. Fred try;
that said tract la not settled upon and
- of th« lake, on his return.
by said John Bowen as reuuired by were enrolled last year and a fine
The wedding took cultivated
law and that said alleged absence from said class of sixteen graduated therefrom.
If you have anything to
iatnl wbm not due to his employment In the
Hwld«naky, recently place In the beautiful grove, which army,
or marine corps of the unltea All of these have good positions for
iX,, < u,r"f the band at the Indian nearly surrounds the Van Bi limner I Slates as navy,
a private soldier, officer, seaman or next year.
sell or want to buy, it
A tine new school build
^oenli Artz., was an home.
Shortly before 9.30 the ap marine, during the war with Huain or during ing I* being erected nowand a gym
any other war in which the United Hiales mav
proach of the bridal party was her Im engaged; said parties are hereby notified
will pay you to see me.
«wide 1Hky j?" C,ty. TueHd»y-
nasium with all nvxiern equipments
to appear, reapoml and offer evidence touch-
» master of the Violin alded by t he st rains of Mendlessohti’s Ing said allegation at 10 «¿Tlov* *
o'”?•»!.«' will Ivo ready for use at Hie opening
United State» Commission*
wedding march, played by Miss tober ». 1903, before <’. II. Withrow, U. H. Lorn; of I lie school next autumn. The sdi- Correspondence solicited.
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
here wo| l'1a"1
»Wit run.ul? ”, ln,truct,onB on
Anal hearing will be held at 10 •»dock a. m. roundings of this achrxfi are botff
KLAMATH FALLS. ORB.
** “ Ernest. Apple-1 on October «. »(». bofore the Reglater «1 <1 R“ physically and morally healthful and
fultar tn " a 80 on 11,0 mandolin and march beaded b;
at the t’nlled state, l-anti «nice In
gate and Miss 1 Elsie Applegate,
- - ■«
GENERAL LAND BU9INBS
........................ »B1. the social atmosphere of the school
ter of the grixim, priceeiled across L»_k«vlew,.Orrg<»»_
Timt «slit eontmtsnt hsrliig. In « proveí
pure and stimulating to the highest
Alitili») .o. I*.-., -V-, ....... feel,
the lawn to the grove, where In the \twvlt,
whieh allow Diet aft« <luv dllil> nee penonal effort on tlte part ot the student.
presence of nearly fifty guests, the »orvR’ i ol ihla notice cannvl I* made, Il t,
Also Agent for LONDON AND furnished of any land» in Klamath U
ordered and directed that ,uch notice Send for catalogue to
Ixmiitifiil ring service was read by
B enjamin F. M ih . kky ,
given by due end |T"l>criiP't'‘l1'««'l»n In the
Judge H. L. Benson.
After the cer be
Klamath Hei.ubll.’an |>ubli»hert at Klamath
KLAMATH FALLS. OR LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO,
OrrsctfoM facalvW MfV.-
I II BIUTTAIH. 1». A. ter
emony mi i»fi>tmul reception
• • • * C ash
Persons desiring to in
vest in timber lands
agricultural or grazing
lands or other real prop
erty in Klamath county
can learn something to
their advantage by con
sulting this column from
time to time
Men’s Fine Sho
Oxfords ana Sand.
New Invoice of
LADIES LOW CUT RUBBER HEEL
L. F. Willits, Pre
^^eo^eooieoeoi-oi i Mem
YOUR MA n \ Fruit Jars. Fruit J
/ CAA SELL YOU Ì
Pints .90 Quarts 1.15 Half Gallor
by the dozen.
: $ 1OOO Acres JI
Baldwin's, the Hardware De.
tò* Ife l¿*
Bring on Your
I. W. BURRISS, Prop.
Headquarters for All Stage L
Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per day.
ON ALL SUMMER GOODS Tu
If you have something MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCf
to sell let people know
it who want to buy,
9f. MIDSUMMER SALE 9C I
don’t delude yourself
with the idea that pur Hats, Shirt H aists and Ginghams at co.
chasers will hunt you Shirt Waists, ladies ready made Muslin Underwear and all
of ladies Furnishings always on hand.
out. Send me your de
scriptions and price.
NEW MILLINERY STOR
For Advertising Just received a New Line of Shirt Wais
selling out at cost
HOTEL BARBER SHOP,
W. 0. Smith,
C. H. WITHROW,