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FALL STOCK ARRIVED
WE HAVE ON SALE OUR
FALL AND WINTER LINES
DRESS GOODS, WAISTINGS, WRAPPER
GOODS, OUTING FLANNELS,
VELVETS, SILKS, APPLIQUES, BUTTONS.
Sabbatli Schubl at 10 a. m.; itfSMch-1 Ft*r reliable inforuuitloii cou ‘,0 ih -I||..« MARTIN
E R. REALES,
ALEX MARTIN JR.
ing bv the pastor nt 11 a. m. and 8 p. , Ing public lands go to J. w. llama- f.^.A inHi
“■*--------- at - - 1:15
-* p. in.; kar; get the benefit of Ibiity year«
tn.; Christian “
prayer service at 8 Wednesday even experience.
Republican tn Politici, And devot«d to the ing.
A cordial invitation Is extended
Timber, Agricultural, Stock and Wool Intere«!«
THE ASHLAND NO’^flAL.
to all to attend all UerVidM.
of the great Klamath County.
W. G. S mith , Pastor.
The Southern O->e„0n state Normal
Published every Thutedajr by
>Mr*> «"rlt ^*’1’’
. |-rcv working libra-
Notice Is hereby given that there 7 hnM ' «ren Rdded; the pb)“'’ »1 «'J
WESLEY O. SMITH,
are funds In the town treasury for c1m” uical laboratory has betm fully
EblTOR AND PnoMirtOIL
the redemption of the following war-
rants: Nott. 978. 980, 981, 982, 083. r\nlptx‘d; a new Kyninwlu'i» bid» K
984, 985, 98«, »87, 983, 989, »9«" Is being erected, ftnd
r' ■'* handsome school bulMln*
O»e year (In advance)...................
.ate. completion. The school grounds ar
Hated at Klamath Falls, Or
e., this beautiful and picturesque.
3rd day of Sept. 1903.
health conditions are of the be»l. Collections Attended
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1903
J- c W . < c
and the social environment 1» pup
itiwn Treasurer. and stimulating; the course of study
LAKEVIEW HAS A SIMILAR CASE fa Praise of r _———— ,
has been strengthened anil inane
Cholera.- „ -*ambertali. .Colfc, more practical. The faculty ba* been
If Senators Do Not Act Soon, Presi
Increased in numbers and the school
dent Will Pick His Own Hen.
me to give you a few words is now equipped to do work of llu
O kkoonian N ews B urkau , Wash Cp.
-.Is® ot Chamberlain’s Colic, highest order.
ington, Aug. 29.—The Oregonian
uler* and Diarrhoea Remedy,"
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
Tills school belongs to Southern
correspondent has very good author says Mr. John Hamlett, of Eagle Oregon. It desires and merltt
ity for making the statement t*
Pass, Texas. “I suffered one week the patronage of the people of th is
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
.dMt with bowel trouble and took all kinds great
unless Senators Mitchell and F
section. For catalogue addrrss
within a “reasonable time
of medicine without getting any re
B knjamin F. M ulkkt . Pres. I
Horaoi boarded by day, week or mouth.
, - recom- lief, when my friend, Mr. C. Johnson,
mend two men for apr
C. II. T uomas , Secretary.
flay and Grain bought and «old.
.ointment as a merchant here, advised me to take
Register and Receive*1
. at the Lake- this remedy. After taking one dose
view Land Office
to ull parts of Southern Oregon
velt will appoin* , Ptesident Roose- I felt greatly relieved and when 1
the very loweHt ratea.
ter Brat tain
had taken the third dose was entirely
and Receiver Bailey in 1 cured. I thank you from the bottom
DirARTMiMT orrit« f«r««io«.
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
. same manner as he yestcr- of my heart for putting this great
UsrTiu S tat «« I. aso Orric«
lAkevlew. Oregon. Au»u,t IS. I»»-
>lnted E. W. Davis Register
at ’ ..pointed
ltegister remedy in the hands of mankind." A aufflelenl
content ««<Uyit •>•""» '*•” Linkville.
Phone Main 14
Bled In thUoIBcv hy Cbnrlre H. Spring«. r'«
For sale by C. C. Chitwood.
i,it«ni. m * ii > o l»om»«t«*l
Secretary Hitchcock has concluded
m«de ftovembvr 25, WW. for «5» of NK*,. »» .
that Brattain and Bailey must be re
of NK*, and NK**of SK*. of Hreflon I «•»"•►‘I-
CAI C or tra<*e* oae wtn- 41 B R*n«« 7 K W M by *»nry
lieved. They have each served more CAD
lUn O m L l Chester rifle, 45-60 te«tev. In which II 1» *ll<-«ed '0,t• “'i,1 iivnrv
than four years, and their record is caliber, in good condition. A bar Monroe h«« wholly »bandoned «aid Iraei, in
he ha. chanted hi. reddeaee lb«»‘ro« '<>'
not such as to satisfy the secretary. gain.
A lva L ewis ,
more than .lx month. .Ince making .ala
He has requested the Senators to rec-
try; that »Id tract I. not «11 led “I"'“
Klamath Falls, Or. cuHlvale.1
by .aid Henry Monroe a.
k ominend new men, and as yet. noth
bylaw; that «Id ailexed abeence from «id
ing has been heard in response to his
land wa. not due to hl, employment In lav
army. uavy. or marine corn, of the Untreo
State, a. a private »»Idier. <>*'■*•'• ***
If, as was intimated recently In
marine durin« the war with Bpain or diir 4
any other war In which the l olled Stale, may
The Oregonian, the delegation unites
be engaged; ««Id partle. are hereby notified Io
in recommending J. N. Watson for
appear, reapond and "Ser evidence “*“cl1 *
■aid allegation al 10o'clock a. m. on
Register and C. IL Snider for Recei
ber 2», 1903. before C. II Withrow. U. * *‘J“
ver, it is quite probable these men
mlaaloner al Klamath Falla. Oaegon. and l»ai
KLAMATH COUNTY AGRI
Anal hearing will be held al 10 •>’«'loc‘ *
will be appointed.
The best assortment ever shown by any concern
in Klamath County.
ALSO up to date, ready to wear,
Dress Skirts, Underskirts, Flanne1
Fur Collaretts and Scarfs, C
Shirt Waists, Ta’1
a6r Suits, Etc«
REAMAS & JENNINGS
Klamath Falls and Pokegama
Connecting with Klamath Lake R. R. for all Points on S. P. R. R.
Shortest Route, Best time and Accommodations.
¡PASSENGER, EXPRESS AND FAST FREIGHT LINE
LEAVE KLAMATH FALLS 8 A. M
Mammoth Stables, Largest and Most Centrally Located.
WWS* SIDE STABLES
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
SPEED PROGRAM AND
PREMIUM LIST OF THE
KLAflATH’S WOOL CROP.
Nearly a Quarter of a Million Pound»
ol Wool Grown In Klamath County
This has been the banner year in
Klamath county for the sheep and
wool business. It is estimated we
now have about 20,600 sheep or nearly
four times the amount of last year.
Dave Edler is our heaviest wool
grower with nearly 100,000 pounds;
Then comes Applegate & Stoble, E.
I. & F. L. Applegate and John
Smart with probably 25 to 30 more
From information given us by some
of the best informed wool men in
the county we find that there will be
about 218,500 pounds of woo) shipped
from here this year.
was handled by Massengill of Lake
view and we are informed was ship
ped to Boston.
E. W. Gowen of
Klamath Fails bought 79,000 pounds
which he shipped to San Francisco.
The price paid was from 12} to
14 cents delivered at Klamath Falls
-OCTOBER 6. 7, 8. 9,10
A special day of racing and ball
playing will be
The ball game will be between the
winners of the two previous games
and the races will be made up dur
ing the week, to constitute one
of the best days.
THREE BALL GAMES
Lakeview, Fort Klamath, the
Klamath Falls Maroons and Klamath
Falls Grays will play each afternoon,
October 8, 9 and 10
for a purae of #50 a day, the purse to
be divided the first two days and the
winning teams to play the last game,
all of which purse goci to winner.
on October fnd. 1WS. before the
Receiver at the United State. Laud Offlce lu
The aaid comeatant having. In •Prol*r‘"
davit, filed April 27. iwn. act forth facia wb*b
ahow that after due diligence personal aeraiee
of thia notice cannot be mad,. It 1« hereby or
dered «nd directed th«t Mich notlre be gl»»"
by due and proper publication In «i*. *"
Republican published al Klamath F»ll.. Or.
K. M Ha.train Rvglaler.
United Stale« land Offle«. Lakeview. »00'»
Aoiuil ¡0, ¡903
A «ufllclenl contFit afflilavlt bavin» ba«n
file! In thia office by Charlea ***’••* <‘°'1
teatant. agatnat homeatrad entrv Mo J»M made
November 25, !»r2. for FS of
and NW <
of NJ', ot Sec 6. T 41 H. R 9 K and MW’« of JK*.
of Section 31, Tow nah ip 40 H, Han»e M E. W M
by John Conley, conleiitec. in which II la al
leged that: «aid John Conley ha* wholly ahan
duned aaid tract; that he haa chaner«| bia tea
Idence therefrom for more than all month*
al nee making aaid entry; that aald tract la not
aeitled upon a*required by law; and that »aio
alleged absence from the aaid land waa not
due to hia employment In the army, navy nr
marine corp* of the United State« a* a private
aoldler officer, aeatnan or marine, during the
war with St ain or during any other war In
which the United State* may be engaged, aaid
partie« are hereby notified to appear, reapond
and offer evidence touching aaid allegation at
lOo'clork a. m on September 29. 1909, before C.
H. Withrow. U. 8. Commlaaloner. at Klamath
Falla. Oregon, and that final hearing will be
held al 10 o'clock a. m. on October 2. 1908. be
fore the Register and Receiver at the United
State* Land Office at lAkeview. Oregon
The aaid contestant having. In a t>roper affi
davit. filed Auguat 10. 19113. *et forth f«l*
which ahow that after due diligence, person
al aervice of thia notice cannot be made, it 1«
hereby ojdered and directed that anch notice
be given by due and proper publication in the
Klamath Republican, publiahed at Klamath
E. M !taarran, Regiater,
First Class Horses
Teams with or without Drivers
Phone. Main 13
^KLAMATH TRAINING STABLES
COR. BROOKS HE. AND SEVENTH ST.
Racing and Trolling Horses a Specialty- Colts
Developed for Runners or Trotters.
ARMSTRONG & RAMSBV
lettei T fromsultan .
President Roosevelt How knows
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Travelers conveyed to all points at reasonable rates. Best what the Sultan of Morocco thinks of
him. The letter from the Sultan,
care given to stock.
by the Klamath Falls band and the
brought by J. W. Langerman, com
missioner from Morocco, to the St.
Klamath Agency Indian band of
R. W. MARPLE, Proprietor.
Louis fair, which was presented to
PrPABTMKWT OF TMI IMTKRIOB.
A TTORNE Y’A T-LA IV,
the President, together with a fine
U nitbid mtatm land orrtcji,
rack P rogram .
I^krvlrw, Oregon. June 15, 19W.
Arabian saddle, was written in
Tiiexl»,, October «.
A *ufficient conie«t affidavit having b«»en
Rclerenec by perminion :
Arabic. Mr. Langerman has bad it 1— One-h«tf mil« d*«h, free tor »112-,ear old«: filed in thia offer by John Berry contestant
National Bank and A.loti* Having»
againat Alfred Yotber* entry No. 2532. made
translated for the President. This purse. fl.V).
2— One-euarter mile dash, free for all horses! Feb. 27. 1902. for AK\8Bktfec 1 EU NE»t A MW Ko’W
on Nule Bank ol Astoria, Oregon.
I r what the Sultan wrote:
NEU 8 m 12T MH R 14 B, by Alfred Yotber*
In which It la alleged that Alfred
To tne iivucred President of the S--One mile and repeal, tree for all trotters Conteatee,
Wm. Storm Jr., Prop.
Full», Or. Pilone, Mail. 104.
Yothrra haa absented himaHf from and wholly
pacers; purae. 1125.
great American nation: m «» j * God •nd
4— rlTc-elghts mile dash, free tor all Klam- abandoned «aid land for more tbau ail month«
last pail and still continues ao to wholly
him in peaceful preservation. V Itb Mtmo
abandon and absent himself therefrom to thia
5- One mile dash, free tor of!; parse. It*«
Wholesale and Retail Dealer keep
In the name of God, the merciful and S—One mil« dash, free lor all; Indian
date. That no residence has ever been eatsb
lt!tf»w«l lherron by said entryman or any other
in all kinds of Fresh and everlasting, life and strength are the to ride; purse Wednesday,
Crson and no pm.'t nf raid land has ever been
Physician and Surgeon.
of God’s great love. From
proved or cultivated; said parties are here
Salt Meats. Every variety outcome
1— One-quarter mil« and repeat, free lor by notified ud appear, respond and offer evi
the servant of his great and mighty all;
next door to the O|>er» II oum .
touching »aid allegation at 1Uo'clock a
the great and powerful van 2— Three-quarter mtle dash, free for all; dence
tn on Sept. 10, 19U3. belere C. H. Withrow, a U
of Sausage always on God,
Room 7—Hotel Linkville
quished, the faithful, the son of the S—Three-eights mile dash, pon, race, 1C4
that final hearing will be held at 1 o’clock p m
Mpeciai attention Riven tit»e*»e» of U*
Phone Main 55 faithful, may God encircle him with hands
high aud under; purse po
on October 2. 1903, before) the Register and Re
Klamath River Views . eve— 4ila»»e» fitted.
♦—Fire mile relay race, free for all; d,e ceiver at the United States Land Office, In
the splendor of his greatness, keep horses
allowed each entryman; to change not
I X-ftay Laboratory— Examination» P*
him victorious and extend unto him under one mile; Jockey to ride race out; purse Lakeview.
The said contestant having, in a proper aff
no second money
I to |25.
davit, filed June ¡6, 1903, set forth farts «hich
greatness. To the great, loving and IltlO;
5—One-half mile dash, free lor all; purse |7S
show that after due diligence perwnal scr
KLAMATH FALLS, OREOOn.
exalted in his position of splendor and
vice of this notice cannot be made, it Is hereby A. 0. U.
Thursday, October S.
glory, first amcaig the great and 1— Tbrec-elghts mile dub. free for all; purse, ordered and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication.
noble. The President of the great F»
E M B rattaim , Register
2— One-half mile and repeat, Ire« for all;
Door West of Central Cafe.
American nation, the mirror of its purse.
H amby B ailit . Receiver.
greatness, posessor of its highest 5— One mile and repeat, tree lor all Klamath
county trotters and pacers; puree, »NO
position, Theodore Roosevelt.
4-Seven-eights mile dash, free lor all;
After saluting and thanking the purse, »100
oae-half mile duh, free for all Klamath
t . tu l.aiao OrFicg,
great almighty God, unique and un county two-year-olds; purse »50
Labeview. Oregon. June 14. l»n
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Lea a tbii
4. ■ *
honor, and after showering upon thee 1— Three-quarter mile duh. free for all; «»•inat
Klamath Faile, Oregon.
Alfred Cop»' entry f »o ' 25W
and upon thy great and exalted posi 2— rive-sixteenth« mile dash, free for all; r.K...«,
8E1. Hection 4.
tion all that which may be due to perse. »75
f.onteatee. In which It I. alleged that Alfred
3— One half mile duh. tree for ail Klamath Copaa haa abaented
hlmaelf from and
thee, in unspoken words we may county
saddle horses, owned and used as such; wholly abandoned avid land few more than
state that there came before our vaquero saddles to be used; purse, |73
alx montha la»t p,,: a .d »till eoniinuea an to
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
4— One half mile and repeat, lr«e for all; wholly abandon and abaent l.lmaelf therefrom
noble presence your wise messenger, purse,
James IV. Langerman, the chevalier, 4A—One hundred yard fool race, frac for «11: eatabUrhed tbereon by «aid entryman or any
between heals in race No. 4; purse »2.5
W Residence and office corner db
who came unto us to have us appoint to 5 come
Dealers and Manufacturers of
— One and one-eight« mile dasli. ire« lor all; other permn and no pot lion of «aid land hu
ever been imgroved or cultivated, «aid part lea
one who may represent us in the pum, *150
are hereby notified to appear, reuwnri aud We are now moved into our
and Mnln streets.
Saturday, October IS.
offer evidence touching aaid allegation at to
dedication and opening of the exposi
Klamath Falla, Oregon.
a. M. on Sept II, 19WI, before C. II
tion which your great government Rare« tn he made an during the lair. '■* .o'clock
„ r*w' * V-A Commlaaloner at Klamath
graciously purposed and consented toi
Falla Or. feud that Anal hearing will be held
•I IS o'clock a. m on Oct. 2. I«I<. before) the
open in the coming year, 1904, if it
Rr»l«ter and Receiver at the United State.
pleases the mighty God. And we
ln l»kevlew, Oregon.
. O “y.sssveatanl having, In a proper am-
have appointed hlni to represent our
devil fifed Jtiae 15. lWt, aet forth facti which
Wc carry a complete line of Whips, Robes, Blankets, Col noble self at the beautiful exposition
ahow that after due diligence peraonal aervice
of lbig noiKv cannot be made. It I. hereby er
in due time, If it pleases the mighty
Office in the Rarewijcaw BsiWi’i-
lars, Sweat-pads, Fly-nets, Harness Oil and Soap.
dered and directed that »neh notice be given
by due and proper t-ubtlcallon
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
K. M Ba.TT.iH, Regiater
Silvor Mounted Bits and Spurs. Braided work a specialty.
Notice lx hereby given that there
Il.nav B. ilbt . Receiver
»re funds In the county treasury for
Wo carry everything in the Harness and Saddlery line.
G eorgetown , Ky., Aug. 69__ The
TyP«">nont OF THE INTERIOR, Ocner.l the redemption of all Kinmath county
I have been making the Celebrated jury in the case of ex-Secretary of
I have had thirteen years of steady
W»«bln«too. I) C., July 2R warrants protested on and prior to
'•.f’crcby given pursuant to In
practice in making Hamess and Har Lakeview Saddle for the past four Stare Caleb Powers, charged with
junction, «»din accordance with the dire? Oct. 14, 1M8. Intereat will cease from
complicity ln a conspiracy to murder
8w’,r»'*ry ol the Interior under this date.
ness goods. I let my work speak for teen years. My work will stand the Governor William Goebel in January,
,h« “««Ion nl the art of July
GENER L FREIGHTER.
Hated at Klamath Falls, Ore., this
closest inspection. W m . G unther .
5,1M4 (23Btat., N3.) that the unaold land. In
G eo . W. B uadley .
1900, to-day found the defendant
the Fort Klamath abandoned military reaer 18th day of June, 1903.
guilty and imposed the death sen
H. II. Van Vattrenburg,
Prompt »nd careful st lenti«’0
MB., E.7)4 E , containing «0 acre«, will be
J A BLEW tence.
J.C. W H I P P
Si p“bo’- "*le
the «!»«»>« land ofgre'
F. L WRIGHT
Powers was sentenced to imprison
to all orders............................
'¡awi* ,w’ Or,*,,n' on the 3btb day ol Octob
ment foe life in his former trials for I
CALL FOR BIDS.
complicity in the conspiricy. It was
Klamath Lodge No. 77. A. F-**
on iris motion that he secured the
new trial« each time. The verdict
Approve«, Tboa. Ryan, Acting Secretary.
Meets Saturday night on of
street, commit,tee, A. C. Beal and
to-day caused great excitement
Frink Ward, on or before September the full moon.
among the frietids of other defend
W. T. «Kiva,
ants in these cases.
Land Otic« at Ko«eb»rg.Oregwn.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Mdewalks and building new ones;
DEALER Iff MARBLE
’’■‘id walks t<>consist of three string
GRANITE, IRON FENC
ers, 2|xfl, and flooring 2x8; said walk»
It is * great convenience to have at
ING AND ALL KINDS
to be built on Main street an«l t he
«5 hand reliable remedies for use in -aw
OF CEMETERY WORK
lumber and nails to lie furnished by
of accident and for slight Injuries and
ailments. A good liniment and one
vldow of Chacle* c. Miller dnre**ert ua » the said town; the walk to have a
Jr' I”*.? l*iar,nK four H) feet, apart, and
that is fast becoming a favorite if
U> be six (6) feet In width, and the
not a Itousehold necessity is Cham
berlain's Pain Bahn. By applying it
committee reserves the right to reject
The Klamath County Live Store pwsupt ly to a cut, bruUa or burn it
any and *|] birin. Must lie accompan
Aswx’iatkin will pay the above re allays the pain and cause« the injury
J. T. BRinrjKB, Kegl.u"0’ ied by 16 per cent of the bid and said
ward for the arrest and conviction of to heal in about one-third the time
•mount will be held by the nonimit-
until the bld is compiled with.
any person or persons found guilty ot usually required, and as it 1« an
AU blds must be for lineal foot CHOICEST BRANDS OF ClfiW
stealing or altering the marks or antiseptic It prevents any danger of
brands of any stock belonging to any blood poisoning. When Pain Balm 1«
Meet, on the first and third Thnra- measurement The street. committee
kept «♦ hand a sprain may lie treated
wi specify where* the walks shall tie
memiber of this association.
Buffalo and Export Beer. .
Offlcer» ar" built 16 per cent on a thousand foet
AddrtmChas. Horton, President before inflammation seta in, which
I insures a quick recovery.
For sale by
« J. o. llamaker,Secretary.
G.; Alice Goeller, See.: Rebecca
r. C. niitwood.
Nubmrlbe for R epublican
Sir/ Meat Market
TWO BRASS BANDS
CRATER LAKE C. C. BROWER.
BALDWIN’S PHOTO STUDIO Dr. H. B. HARGUS.
[Jneeda Meat Market
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Sausage
M. L. Burns ----- Proprietor
GEO. H. MERRYMAN
MRS. HONG SING
DR. O. W. MASTOh
Japanese Curio Störe
and all kinds of strap work.
Crasty Treasurer’s Notice.
j. n. nooRfc
^SUNSET MONUMENT CO.^
Always on Hann.