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The CI i I iioh Laundry
milt, wlilel' IllM been tlolllg bulMieM
giaMATH REPUBLICAN. 1 next
to t hi' (Jem Malnoti, have moved
NI1W PASStlNOLR COACH
I he Report In the Ashland Papers
One-half Interest In saw mill six
Into Major Worden's building at tbs
that the K. L. R. R. Will Discon mills from Merrill, on the Stukel
J^PAY. HE1TEMBEIC 3. ilMM.
; east enti of the bridge.
Their Passenger Service mountain. Capacity
___ t 16,000 feet . per
their Laundry unti Restaurant, they
day. Planer, etiger, blacksmith shop,
will put in a Japanese curio ntore.
Ashland and other valley papers cook house and logging outfit.
Klamath County Tencbera littvc Spread the report that the horses, belt of timber, also about
I Annual liiHlitiite will lie held at Klamath Lake Railroad Co. would 6,8000 worth of luiiilsif ready for
‘r,’,‘oP. .d "o Agency Landing and Klamath Falla September 28, 21* and discontinue their passenger service market. Cheap for cash, GtxStl rea
S*P‘ Jiuisdly -tpt. 8-
1 kkeU ai 30. 'The program Includes lecture* after Septrmper 1. This aeemk to sons for selling. Address, J. L. Ar-
from Prof. li. F. Mulkey, J. II. have iH-t-n gotten up purely anil sim nett, Merrill, Oregon,
Ackerman ami M. II. Arnold.
Mrs. ply wlili Hie object of trying to divert
Chitwood'» I»™« “d
E. V. ('ognwell will have churge of some of tlie travel Into Klamuth
In buying harness don’t forget that
we make a specialty of them, and we
BtV»ns, the Jeweler, for reliable
make a better and more durable har-
Fruncls J. Bowne. arrived home believe must have originated with
tlie Ashland Kluge Company.
At m,ss for the money than any one in
the county. We will compare them
IMvate dining rooms at the ( cn- lie went to placai an order for the any rate It appears to Is: a deliberate with any other make.
machinery and pumping out tit, will' h lie on tlie part of some one. For Gunther.
he will uae to irrigate Ills big ranch
rilttert Brown and wife of Crystal. at lloiianzn.
He will UM a 70 Itorrte-
McCormick mowers and rakes, wire
w;,. in Town Friday.
I powet iMillcr with a 12 intTi Price’* Klamath Lake It. R. Co.
cables and pulley blocks.
Chickens at th* City Meat Market Patent California Pump.
Thia Is received replies from Dean Mason of
Geo. R. Hum,
conaidered the Iwst centri ficai pump Pokegama and Hervey Lindley whois
,or your Sunday dinner.
East End Hardware.
on Hie market and wuh bought of at present In Kan Fraselacu which
nig sale now on at C. 0. Maltby’s
G. W. Price A <’o. of Kan Francisco. were in substance as follows.
”We lw-g to acknowledge your KLAMATH LAKE RAILROAD CO.
wJdle snd hsrnesa simp.
Tile machinery Is to lie k Itipped by
riiMd second hafid bedroom wet for the fl rat of Octolict and the work Oil favor of tlie 24th lust., with a clip
the dllchea will be commenced at ping from the Ashland pa|x-r In re
ule. Apply »t tills office.
IM JCFFKCT JUNK 21. 1903.
guard to tills road, which we had
Rouse to rent Enquire of Frank
beard of but iiad not seen the article,
.. *887 1 DAILY FAHHKNGKK I
Ward at the F.wauna House.
ami thank you for the kindly interest Sol
| !to 4. NoX
you have taken in tlie matter. You
A D. flsrpold, the itnnanxa mer-
The marriage of Mr. Jnmes Flein« have sized up the situation ex 3 30
chant, was In the city Kundiiy.
iug and Miss Lillie Arnold
Mu m id 11
If you don’t buy Cyrus Noble you solemnized Haturday evening at the lire more than eager to stop the busl-' « 1U 51 11
Upper Switch back
¿.It gel the he*l-lluuslon Bro*.
Presbyterian Manse’ by the Rev. W.
■iso Hot Spring Station 220
Th, launch Tulc started Monday G. Hitilth. The contracting parties never had any Idea of discontinuing; 10/7 ■lib
Fall Creek Spur
making regular dally trip* to Keno. are Isitli well known young people of we are running tlie trains as usual 1U
They are s|>eiidliig their
There are two kinds of whiskey.
Notice for Publication.
honeymoon ut the County scat.
Cyrus Noble and the other kind.
tlie service very much. ”
Our sut»MTil»ers can keep posted on
Land Office at I ji Review, Oregon,
NOW OWN HOHESTBADS.
|| E Mmnver of Klamath Agency
was In Utwn Wetlnesday on Ills way
Albert and llenjiitimu Crawford and
low iiig-riained settler lias filed notice of
John Peat ross now own 160 acres of
to San Franclaco.
hia intention to make final proof in sup-
which sppenr in our advertising col
l»>rt of hie claim, and that said proof
Fine line of rings and the latest Uncle Sam’s land.
Mrs. A. A. Fitch of Dairy proved umns. These are official and not will lie made before C. H. Withrow, U.
style* in bracelets and jewelry at
founded upon report* Tlie |>eople of 8. Comnimioner at Klamath Falla, Or.
up on her homestead Haturday.
Via’» Jewelry store.
' Klamath county have been gulled i on October 3, 1003, vis:
A. ('. Watson was In from Lorcllu i long enough and have been cotn-
WILLIAM D. BALL
The evening service* at the Prcsby-
Urlatiehurch will begin at 7:30 in- Saturday proving lip on bls home- j pelli-d to acrept tie- unsatisfactory H. E. No. 2268 for the KWU NEL Fee.
stead. M. F. Orr and Thomas Wllk- I service of the Ashland line for years. «, Tp 41 8 R 11 E, WMOre. He
stiatl of 8 from now on.
erson acted as witnesses.
It is now time that they demanded a names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous resilience upon ano cul
Big sale Of harness and saddlery at
change in the mail route.
Tills tivation of said land, vis: Samuel Wil
Maltby’» Best gtxxis Bl cheapest
■o------ o------ o—
change would Insure our mall reach ton. Kotiert Anderson, R. H. Anderson
jjrlccs In Southern Oregon.
ing us twelve hours ahead of the and Charles Wilson, allof Merrill, Or.
The sawmill belonging to Jack present time. What we need is tile
Bom-al Klamath Falls Thursday
E. M. 1’ hattaix , Register
morning, Sept. 3, 1903, to Mr. and Connolly, about eight miles Isdow continuation of tlie railroad Into tills
Keno, was burned to the ground country and tills we cannot extxx't
Notice For Publication.
Mrs. Harry IVurwm, a daughter.
Thursday night, together with about unless we give the present road our
Lxsb Ornes at Ltssvisw. o a uno it.
Buy now and save money—I must 200,000 feel of lumber. The tire was
A ukun I Sth. 1903.
Notify I n hereby riven that the followlng-
reduce my slock before moving,
Incendiary in origin ami had been
naincd K*lt'.er ha» hied notice of hia intention
a C. Maltby.
tn innkt* final proof In support of hia claim and
started In five different places.
SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 14. that »aid proof will be made before Jaa. H.
Mr. Connolly with the assistance
Iirlacoll, ( uunty Clerk, at Klamalh Falia, Or.,
Chitwood’« Drug And Stationery
of his family stopped the lire rom The New High School will be under
JOHN F (¿OKLI.EH.
spreading to the timber, by carrying
the Charge of Prof. Hott. H. Arn H K No 2Vn for (he HW‘. of HWU of Hec 13.
I HEL of NEL and E1, of k E'4 of Sec 14 Tt> » » R
North, East. South and W<st Its water from tlie river in palls.
old of Gresham, Or.
I9F.VVM He named the following witneisea
praise la sung. Cyrus Noble Whiskey
loprove hia continuona residence upon and
Til«* Fall term of the city and ruitlvation
of »aid laud, via: J. G. Pierce. J. Do you want to buy a small farm,
DO NOT WANT SALOON.
county Hcliool* will begin Monday W Ifamakar. K W Marple and J. V. Houston,
Chitwood's Drug and Stationery
September 14. Prof. W. b. Worden all of Klamath Falls, E Or.
-M. B battain , Register.
A petition algtwrl by alutuf thirty I will have charge of the city school
Let me hear from you. I can
renliliMiln of Plevnn tllutrift wan pre wjth MI hh Allee Applegate as Assist
J. F. Arant arrived In the city
save you money and time.
sented to t ho ('t)unty ('otninlnnloneru ant principal, while the county high Tl M BER L A N D, AIT J UN E 3, 1878,
Tuesday from Crater Lake.
Mr. I court yenlcrtiav, protesting against
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Hchttol will lie In charge of Prof,
Arant lias been sick with pneumonia
tile granting of a aaltstn license to i Mott. H. Arnold of Gresham, Or.
but Is better now.
/F YOU HAVE ANY REAL I
Henry Flock of Keno. A anloon may
Superintendent C. IL DeLap in
Mlsa Lauretta Walker arrived In i not In* tlie tno*tt tlMHrahle tiling for n forms us that the course for the high
ÜNITKD S tatus L as ’ d Orne*,)
ESTATE TO SELL
the city Tuesday from Cedar Mills, 1 Hina 11 town bill If whiskey Ingoing to wliiMtl will constitute four years and
Ijtkeview, Oregon, May W, ltM2.|
A GOOD BIG DEPARTMENT OF STURDY VALUES.
Ore. She will visit with Miss Maud I m * Hold It had better lie done openly will follow the line of preparatory
Notice la hereby given thst in com
Baldwin for several weeks.
I and under the authority of the schools for the State University. pliance with the proviuioneof the act of
! Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled ‘‘An
Arrangement* arc already being made i A* I for the sale o( timber land in the
Next Kahliath Evening Rev. W. G. government.
Smith, pastor of Hie Presbyterian
1 Htates of California. Oregon, Nevada,
Chun:h, will preach on “Kt>UI ’ a ser BOt'tlllT WfllSKEY FOR INDIANS registered school su that our gradu- | anil in Wm-hiimton Territory ” aa extend
ed to all tin. Public Land rune« v, act
mon of special lulcresl to young men.
George Crumniell, a coon who has ally.
1 of August 4, 18H2, the following persons
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS.
A few choice building lota for sale Imcn around town for the past week,
Klamath county can feel proud of have Illis <lay filed in this office their
cheap. 1 am also offering for sale my was arrested last night by Marshall Hie excellent work done by Buperln- sworn statements, to-wil:
Mary F. Trefren,
residence on Conger Avenue. Now Is ( Humphrey for buying whiskey for tendant DeLap. Ills untiring efforts
your chance to buy right.
E It. two Indians, llenrv Wicksand Burn towards the advancement of the Pub- I of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
side. Tile marshall saw the coon de I lie schtwils of tills county have result ! Oregon, «worn statement No 1540, for
the purchase of tlie NEtj, Sec 26, Tp 40
liver three quart bottles of whiskey ed In placing ttieni oil a basis, where- S, i: 7 E. W M.
Private dining rtxmis at the Cen
to Hie Indians and also saw them fur i l,y It will not l»e necessary for our
Robert H. Drew,
— to sell or
nish hint with the money to buy it. ' young people to be sent outside of of Ashland, county ot JackHon, stat« oU exchange real property can
The ladles of Klamath county are The three were placed under arrest. the county to *ctKM»l until they are I Oregon, sworn statement No. 1610 for : •
cordially Invited to attend the Fall The Indians will I m * held as wit- ready for the universities. They can tlie purchase of the SWlj Sec 10 Tp 40 have the same brought to the
attention of intending purchas
ojrnlng at Boyd's Millinery Parlors. ik sm s w lien tin* negro bus tils hearing. get the same course of studies here S R 7 E W M.
That thev will offer proof to show
Saturday, September .Mb.
with the best of Instructors.
t liât tlie lend sought is more valuable ers through the medium of
Mu». E. J. B oyd .
fROrt PELICAN BAY.
for its timber or stone than for agricul this column without expense.
Fred Mclhase of Fort Klamath and
AS OTHERS SEE US
tural purposes and to establish their
claim to said land before C. H. With
N. S. Merrill of Merrill are in the
What a Prominent Man Who Spent row. V. K. Comminsioner at Klamath
city at tending the County (Yitnmls- Ing season Is at It's height.
a Short Time In the City Thinks 1 Falls, Oregon, on Friday the 4th day of
kloner'a Court which euvened yes- drills <>f campers and pleasure Kerkern
from nil over the coast crowd the
of our town.
They name as witnesses: Mary F.
grounds at this place and Oddesa tri
G. W. Trefren, Robert H.
Albert Stahlman, Fred honston enjoy the Ashing, hunting and the
and Charles Marlin returned Tuesday Invigorating air for which these re
Klamath Falls, the metropolis of Drew o( Ashland, Or., J. 8. Bailey of
Shake, Or. and Joseph R. Delvendahl
morning from their trip to Ashland sort*! are renowned.
Kl.imatli county, is Indosi a dtv of
of St. Francis, Minn.
and Medford. They returned by way
Anv and all persons claiming adverse
Fishing Isa past time Indulged in which its loval Inhabitants are de
of the new Klamath Lake llailioad.
To the casual ob ly thé al«»ve-<leecribed lands are request
by everyone and tales of that "whop- servedly proud.
Quite a party of Klamath Falls per that got off my hook” are heaid server it Impresses Itself upon Ills ed to tile their claims in this office on or
MRS. L. BIEHN, PROP.
mind as a little flivk of loyal dtliens Is-fore said 41 li dav of September, 19t)3.
young people attended n stx-lal func- around every camp tire.
striving for the betterment of each
tl'iii at IJiin. R.
A party consisting of M. H. Wam
dence near Keno Friday evening, re pler, Alva and I.... .. Lewis of Klam other and thereby aiding themselves.
One is Impressed by w hat Is lacking
turning to town in the early hours ath Falls, ami W. Dilley
I"* * of Corvallis as well as by Its abundant resources.
of the morning.
arrived here today from a four day ’s
In the majorty of Inland cities
George T. Baldwin and family re hunt in the mountains west of here. there can tie found a spirit of rivalry
turned Friday from their trip to They brought In seven deer.
between different local
Prater Lake, Spring Creek and
which Is very obnoxious to the
A BIO SAW MILL FIRE.
growth of the city and to Its reputa-
Largest line ever brought into Klamath County.
some eicellant views of Klamath
tl m. Klamath Falls is exempt from
The big Ash creek mill of the MC- these conditions tn a large extent
County scenery while away.
ELL. NEW GOODS.
('loud I.umlwr Company in Siskiyou and can Well lie taken as an example
C. A. Bunting has bought 500 tons
county, was destroyed by tiro, Thurs from which many of the larger and
of hay of S. T. Summers, to be fed
ALFALFA RANCH FOR SALE.
day, together with feuranda half mil mote widely known cities could
'"•L The hay was contracted for
early In the summer and the price Is
One of the beat ranches in the
Out early In the morning In the roof
«altl to 1st al tout the average of what
Klamath basin, below the well known
of the mill building, and the mill,
DEATH OF JOSEPH CLIFT.
it Is selling for at present.
Henley ranch, contains 160 acres all
dry kiln, and immense amount of
under the ditch, with a good house,
Tills we< k the lleryford LandCat lumber in the yards. Including 60.000
Word was received here by Fred
grancry and shed. 55 acres in alfalfa
tle Co., sold 1500 heat) of Iwef cutth‘ ties, soon went up In smoke, although Clirt of the death of his father Joseph
Don’t miss this opportunity if you
to Swanson A son, wholesale beef every effort was made to stop tile Clift on Thursday Aug. 27 at Bow,
want a good paying ranch.
dealers of Sacramento. The price Is progress of the flames. The loss Is
doo ACRE CATTLE RANCH.
considered good, but Is not made very heavy. The Ash creek mill Is
Mr. Clift was about 81 years of age
OTIS KRAUSE, Proprietor.
public.- Lake County Examiner.
located 18 miles east of the town of and was an old time resident of Jack-
11 miles from Klamath Falls, good
Jud Ager, agent for D. W. Earl McCloud, the location of two other son county, lie leaves seven child
cattle ranch will raise 500 tons of
large mills of the company.—Ashland ren to mourn his loss: Mrs. George
« mi of Ager, m conipalnnd by Ills
alfalfa and about three times as much
Morine, Bonanza, Mrs. William Pat
an^ Mr*. John Foster and
wild hay. Can also raise grain, fruit,
terson, Ashland, Mrs. Ellen Payne,
Children, arrived In the city Monday
potatoes and all kinds of vegetables.
Redding, Cal. Mrs. Winnie lliddinan,
Ibiljert Hunsaker anil
Good outside range for cattle.
Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Kate Lyons,
™U4ly. They came by way of Ash-
The base Iwill enthusiasts of Klam
San Franaclsco, George Clift, Marsh
W°<l over the Dead Indian road.
ath Falls were treated last Sunday to field Or. and Fred Clift of Klamath
65 by 120 foot lot, with four :oom
State Treasurer Ch;ules S. Moore ail exhibition of probably the poorest
bouse, well located, on Main street,
’an,"y Icit Tuesday morning for game of ball played In the stale t his
one block east of school house, suit
rneir home at. Salem.
They were season. The game was between the
able for residence or business.
wcompithicd by their niece Miss two ha-al teams, the Mans.ns and
MRS. J. C. PERE2, Proprietor.
Department of the Interior. Vnlted •'•»te«
iswtie Hammond, who after a short Grays and resulted In a score of some Landoffie«.
Lakeview, Ore, Aiigu.t 15, 1S0B.
F oh S alk —One span of bay horses,
n . a‘.thc (:aP"al will gt, on to thing like 35 to 23 In favor of the
A -uin<-lent eonteat affidavit having been
The trouble seemed to lie «led In thia olfiee by Henry Olt, conlj-alanl,
0 and 10 years old, weight 1300 each,
iii.h J" ’ w,",re •!,e wHI w”«r the latter.
ar ai il 81 honit’Nf eml entry No.
‘i'Kli School which opens Sept. 21.
with the new uniforms of the Grays. beri. ISW. (or W>, NW>*an.l N<* SW', «*•'«■>
broke to drive either single or double.
The pretty new suits were so attrac a, township <1 8 ran«« a K w M
Also a practically new double harness.
Ankeny and Cantrall are making
contested, in which il I»allega*! that «aid John
WITH THE LATEST CREATIONS IN MILLINERY.
tive that the Maroons grew envious
Want to sell quick.
ba« wltoly abandoned «aid tract; that
*"'provenicnt* on their big and became so rattled they had to Bowen
he ha. i-h.nseil 1*1« residence
I have plenty more good bargains
more than «lx month« «Ince making «aid eu-
change pitchers three times.
On the try;
that «aid trart 1« not Milled ummand
which I haven’t room to advertise
WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK
it ur horse teams have been busy (or oilier hand the Grays acted as If they cultivated
by Mid John Bowen as r'M“1"*’J??
here. Let uie know what you are
rpaat week hauling lumber from were on dress parade and were evi law and that »aid alleged absence from «aid
land wa. not due to hl« .mployiueni In h<
, 21’,7 ’ '"I11 w,t,‘ *hich they intend dently afraid of Milling their clothes. army,
navy, or marine corp« <>( the I’nliec
Htalè« a« a private soldlef, »«leer.
.77 "*.* l,r?B barn
marine, during the war with Snatn or during
If you have anything to
un'» other out buildings. Itas Sold a Pile of Chamberlain’* in, other war in which the United Bt*M may
«ahi parile« are hereby not irte. I
«e barn will lx- alstul ¡oo by 00 feci.
sell or want to buy, it
to a;.tear, rcpon.l and oiler evl<h‘"®c^u,rÌ'
United States Commissioner,
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
mg «aid allexailou at W ««•*** ••
iL f'”nn,'r »nd sons, Walter and
will pay you to see me.
I have wild Chamberlain’* Cough loher X, IStvt, before < . II- Witbrow,
8. < om
KLAMATH FALLS. (MB.
miMloner at Klamath
Numu.’‘r° rFistontl nt. the Linkville Remedy for nmre than twenty years fìnsi
hear inn will be held at 10 ochnk
With si* "a'lx’r h’fl in the evening and II ha* given entire satisfaction. ou Orudwr •. 10»« before (he
Cleanliness and Good Work
QENERAL LAND BUSINESS,
th his team h> drive to Ashland. I have sold a pile "I H »nd can recom eelver al the Cult.d Stat»« Laud otto. In
h»«r"ir.,‘‘rton lhe «‘«X« *»r hl* mend it highly.—Joseph M c E liiinky , Lakeview.
That «Id coutevUnt having. In a yromr agi
**Stron*Mt la «*• World”
«led August 15.
also " S“ ,',n- *,an and wife will Linton, Iowa.
You will find this davit,
which show that alter due <V,',L
Also Agent for LONDON AND furnished of any landa in Klamath Ö0.
WM. S. WORDEN,
h> N*1-"' f‘»r the winter, remedy a gnud friend when tmubled «rvle- ot ibis notice canno» ••
lev 2mner n‘nrh ,n Sw'“’
VaL with a cxHigh or cold. It always af hereby ordered and directed 'h»« «o*1*
KLAMATH FALLS. ON. LANCASHIRE EIRE INS. CO.
be given by due and
Corrcctioa* rocoivod daily.
fords quick relief and Is pleasant to g J-ath Bepnbllean ^b.JJb^.^ KM-Mb
K lamath F alvs , O meoon .
take. For sale by C. (’« Chitwood.
| r«n«. or.
REAL • • • C ash S tqôl V
COLUMN /Men's I'ine Shoes
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.
Oxfords ana Sandals
L F. Willits, Prop.
New Invoice of
LOW CUT RUBBER HEEL SHOES-»
I CAN SELL YOU
for a good line of
1OOO Acres $
Bring on Your
I WILL SELL IT FOR YOU
one that is complete in every
respect. You cheat yourself
without first investigating
our different lines of
Baldwin, the Hardware Dealer.
Hotel Linkville • • •
I. W. BURRISS, Prop.
If you have something Headquarters for All Stage Lines.
to sell let people know
Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per day.
it who want to buy, Main Street, Near Bridge, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
don’t delude yourself
with the idea that pur
chasers will hunt you
Per Day, $5-00 Per Week. Headquar
out Send me your de RATES: $1.00 ters
for Timber People.
scriptions and price.
Hats, Shirt Waists and Ginghams at cost.
Shirt Waists, Ladies ready made Muslin Underwear and all kinds
of Ladies Furnishings always on hand.
MAYLONB’8 millinery .
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
To D ie
Have just returned from San Francisco
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
W. O. Smith,
Ladies and Misses Dress and Street Hats and
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE, ’nJUÄ*®’
NEW FALL MILLINERY.
C. n. WITHROW,