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£ R. REAMES.
AlEX MARTIN JR.
There are, in effect, in Oregon at the
Sabbath School at I” »• »”•• I
present time, ten distinct withdraw- i
Ing by tlie pastor at 11, »»» <•• I-
als made for forestry purposes, oil
m.; Christian EudeWr i»t 7..' I- ••
.recommendation of the Bureau of | praver ari
7:30 • • WedneMlay
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» it v «V al * .w
A cordial invitatimi Is extend«’
Republican in Politics, aud devoted to the Forestry, under Gifford Plnchot. 1
Timber. Agricultural, Stock and Wool Interests These withdrawals contain approxi lo all to attend all aervicea.
off lhe great Klamath County.
W. G. S mith . Pastor.
mately «64 full townships or 10,-
690,500acres. Add to tills the present
TOWN TREASURER’S NOTICE.
area of the Cuscade reserve, 4,436,-
Published every Thursday by
120 acres, and tile figures closely ap
Notice Is hereby given that there
WE HAVE ON SALE OUR
WESLEY O. SMITH,
proach | of tile area of the state. The are funds In tile town treivmry wr
state's area is 61,277,440 acres,
Un tile redemption of the following war-
E diwi and P ropri ktoi .
fortunately, the exact acerage of tile
rants: Nos. »7N. »»"». >*«1.
forest reserve withdrawals are not 0M, US5, US«, »«7, W»8, 98», 990.
arnacaimott zatm .
definitely known, but the figures are Interest will cease from this data.
For all practical in
12 CO conservative.
O b . year (1 b advance)................
Dated at Klamath Fulls, Ore., this
tents and purpost*«, it may be said
that one-fourth ot the area of the 3rd day of Sept. 1903.
J. W. SlKMKNS,
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1908. state is either now included in a
permanent forest reserve, or is tem
porarily withdrawn from all settle In Prat.«« of Chamberlain's Colic.
LAKEVIEW LAND OFFICE.
ment and disposal, pending Investi
Cholera anti Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to give you a few words
President Determined to Appoint gations to determine what portion
of tlie withdrawn lands shall be con in praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Successors to Brattain ann Bailey.
verted into permanent reserves.
( Cholera and Diarrhoea Keniedy,
Roosevelt and Hitchcock seem to
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
A careful and unprejudiced study sjivs Mr. John Hamlett, of Eagle
have it in for the land officers in Ore of tiie manner in which the vast
gon and are determined to till their withdrawals have been made in Ore
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
p’.uvs with new men.
They taVh gon leads to the conclusion that there with tewel trouble and took all kinds
made changes at The Dalles, Oregon has been too scant knowledge of tlie of medicine without getting any re
*»•»•» » or mohth.
City, Burns, La Grande and now actual condition of lands affected. lief, when my friend, Mr. C. Johnson, I ■
a merchant here, advised me to take
Brat tain and Bailey of Lakeview are
In some instances, there has been tills remedy. After taking one (lose
to be removed. The Oregon senators
ample justification for making tem
have been asked to recommend their porary withdrawals, but in few in I felt greatly relieved and when 1
successors but have not done so and stances lias there been warrant for
in all probability the secretary will withdrawing such large areas as now cured. 1 thank you from the bottom
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
of my heart for putting this great
have to make the selection himself.
■ stand segregated from the public do- remedy In the hands of mankind.
From the recent action in the La
: main. Too much reliance often has
Linkville. Phone Main 14
Grande case it is doubtful if any rec been placed on recommendations of For sale by C. C. Chitwood.
ommendation of the Oregon senators
men whose judgment has not teen
would have much effect with Hitch
These men are, for the rnn eil r* <»* trade, one Win-
cock as he seems determined to have
most part, representatives of the rUn vALt Chester rifle, 4ft-#0
his own men control the Oregon land
Bureau of Forestry.
They pride caliber, in good condition.
The fact that Hermann rec
A lva L kwis .
1 themselves on their knowledge of ali gain.
ommended the retention of Brattain
Klamath Falls, Or.
problems pertaining to the forest«,
has no effect and it appears that as
' and are—it must be said in truth,
soon as Oregon shows her preference
and frankly—inclined to believe that
For reliable Information concern
for a man the interior department
their knowledge is superioi to that of ing public lands go to J. W. Hama-
sends out an inspector to secure evi
, other men.
kar; get the benefit of thirty years
dence against him and this while not
Withdrawals are made for one pur experience.
made public is always reported as un
pose only—to head off speculative en
favorable. More credence is given to
Notice for Publication-
try. No one will condemn that pur
the reports of strangers who are un
pose. It is right and proper that
acquainted with the existing condi .: every effort should be made to pre-
I.AND Or ICR AT LAkFTflW. OlWCt
Auguat 15. I9M
tions here than to our own senators
Notice la hereby given that lhe iollowln.'p
vent speculators acquiring title to
and representatives who ought to be
named Mettler has tiled notice of her intention
lands which are eventually to be
make linal prooi in anpport oi her claim
well versed on the standing and repu brought into a forest reserve, for it i tv
and ibai »aid prooi will be made before <‘ li
tation of men of their own communi
H. Co mrui «»loner at Klaniaia
is right to use every means to cur- Fall*, Or. on October Ml, HWL v rr
ties, whom they recommend fur office.
BESSIE M W II EFI ER
I tail the lieu land abuses. And if the I
E No. 2710 .or .lie NW , See
T 10S R a E W
I temporary withdrawals were made H
M. She name»» ibe following wi .ie**M»» to prove
I to cover only forested lands, and pet- her couti»iiiona residence ii|»oit and rpitiva
o. said land, viz: Georte <»• ran. 6'race
Asked to Present and Discuss Politi iiaps interior grazing areas that must tion
Moigan, LO Milla am. E M.»n»n, ■* »• Krno,
E II. BaATTAlM, RrffUter.
ultimately be brought within reser
cal Issues in the Campaign in Ohio.
ves, in accordance with the present
Notice for PuMkation.
ADent the personal animus so plain I forestry policy, there would be no
ly exhibited by Secretary Hitchcock
Phong, Hain 13
I objection. But when Tom, Dick or
Lav* OFF.ci AFLAxrrirw. O rwm > w .
towards Hon. Binger Hermann it
AuituM 1A W
I Harry goes into section 4, fGr ex-
may interest readers of the RErruLt-
Noll<*C in hereby given that div ><»!,<>.« mjr-
! can to know how Mr. Hermann is aspic, and finds timber thereon, and named -e’tler hi»“ filed notice of hl» hi ten ion
proul hi tappori •’» bl» claim
regarded by leading republicans in as
an<» ihnt Maid prooi will be made briore <’ H.
N. Com ini »»loner »1 Kiainaih
important a locality as Ohio at the entire township, without first ac Wiihiow,
Falla, Or. on October hi, 1998. \ U;
The following letter quainting himself of the character
11 E No. 2901) or the «V , 01
.1 T»« RM
from Mr. Chas. Dick speaks for itself of the remaining 35 sections, he is W
carrying the matter to the extreme.
and its language is unmistakable:
prove hl» con InnsxiM rcaldenev upon ihh I cub
f hl, v»/.: Besale M. Wheeler.
H eadquarters O hio R epublican
Grace li Mo. gav, L O Mill*» ami E Morgan, ali
S tate E xecutive C ommittee , day.
K ’I. B ra A ain . Rugiwler.
True, very often more than one
Connecting with Klamath Lake R. R. for all Points on S. P. R. R.
Columbus, Ohio, August 22, 1903
KrartnK-nt OF THE INTKRIOR. Crurrat
Hon. Binger Hermann,
Lund other, Washington, 1».
ined, but never is the land so care
Notice is hereby given pursuant to in-
fully gone over as to enable the party si ructions
M y D ear S ir : A s you are no doubt
making the examination to tell, even tit'ii* of th»’ S»< iHfary of thr lnfrri«»r uu »!» t
aware, the ensuing campaign in Ohio
PASSENGER, EXPRESS AND FAST FREIGHT LINE is of more than ordinary consequence, approximately, wiiat lands arc valu 5,1RM (23 HtMt., 108.) that th«* unsold lands in
able for forestry purposes, and what the Fort Klamath abandon«*d military rrwr
involving as it does the election, not
vat ion, described as the W^ NW\ Sec. Zf. T
LEAVE KLAMATH FALLS 8 A. M
lands are utterly worthless as such. 33
8., R.7«4 E , containing HO acres, will hr
only of an important state ticket,
at public sale at thr district land office
This is why so many millions of acres
Office: Mammoth Stables, Largest and Most Centrally Located.
headed by Colonel Myron T. Herrick in r*)r**<r*m iirp now wit liflr’iwn from i at I.Mkcvicw,
14»keview, Oregon, on the
»lay of Octob-
th* o 1 ’clock
commencing at 10
a m . tothr
as the repuplican candidate for gov
reach of settlers—bona tide set- highe»t bidder at not le«» than th«* appral r»l
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON.
Travelers conveyed to all points at reasonable rates. Best ernor, but also members of the gener the
tiers, actually desirous of making
al assembly, upon whom will devolve
J. H. Fl.MPLE, Acting f'ummltuiionrr
care given to stock.
the re-election of Senator Hanna as permanent homes.
Approved, Thoa. R,an, Acting Hecirtary.
HUCKLEBERRIES ARE FEW.
R. W. MARPLE, Proprietor.
Furthermore, Ohio is one of the Luscious Fruit is Scarce This Year
ATTORN E Y-A T-LA
few states having both a gubernato
D rpartment of the I« teriow ,
on Upper Rogue.
rial and senatorial canvas this year,
Referen«’*» by permiaaUm:
lAkevlew, Oregon, Augu«t in, Ì9U3
It is said that huckleberries are
and the significance of the coming
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
National Batik mxl Ä»t«irin
filed In this office by Charles H. 8prlng»*r, eon
Bank «»( A «loria, Oregon
election, as an emphatic endorsement
entry I No. 2X27 .
berry mountain on tlie
<>p|*oe»t« (N hif I
of the national administration, just
ve tn ber 2.x f
A late frost is respons.ble for
Falla, <>r. Phone, Main H>l.
prior to the presidential contest of creek,
1 E w M by Henry Monroe, ron
the short corp.
1 Many people in ' «I s
year, cannot be overestimated.
.....ml !..<> ..ro in t'-Mee. I n w li Ich 11 1» *1 !• red t hat t •• i d Henry 1
count its are in Monroe ha» wholly abandoned »id trai-t; that
Wholesale and Retail Dealer next
Viewed from this standpoint, it is aacKsoo
the habit Of making annua) trips to'»'« hn« changed hi. renl.lenee therefrom for:
in all kinds of Fresh and but natural that republicans through HiK.lrl..lu.rrv
ocr ry 1 ' tr)r
tract t. .Ince
out the country should feel a deep in HucKitucrry mountain in
Phyililan and Surgeon.
for the purpose Of gathering cultivated t,y .aid Henry Moor,» a. required I
SaltMeats. Every variety terest in Ohio’s verdict at the pools season
Wlamuth i bx
ab-ence from tn «aid
Coll and see our
—next iliior to the O|*ra
next November, and therefore the
of Sausage always on Ohio
Indians make the annual visit to the army, navy, or marine Corp. o( the United
Room 7—Hotel Linkville.
Republican State Committee in nat/-h
1 Ue berries
oerrits arc of
OIUC marine during the war wfth
with Spain or during
extending to you a cordial invitation patch.
Klamath River Views Spretai attention given <lt-ca.es of ti.»
black variety and are exceedingly any other war In which the t fnltwl
, . •*,
11 . <1
i I*....« to
to participate in our campaign, as ,
be engaged; “«id parties are harol.u
X-flay Laboratory— Examination*
sumes that you will be inclined to aid large and of the must excellent flavor. |ap|x-ar, respond .«nd off”T evidence ouching
said allrtfation at 10 o'clock a . m. on Septem
the party in our state to the fullest —Ashland Tribune.
ber 28,19(13, before (’. H. Wilbrow, U. H. Com
The above is in direct contradic missioner at Klamath Falls, (Krgon and that
extent in your power.
O. U. W. BUILDING,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREOOnf.
I final hearing will lx- held at 10 o’clock a. rn.
It is expected our speaking canvass tion to the reports of berry pickers on October 2nd, IWk before the Register and
They all Receiverat thr United Blates Land Oflfce In
will commence about the middle of from Klamath county.
September, and as one of those emi claim that the terries are late this
Door West of Central Cafe
nently qualified to present and dis
l>e nearly as good
gotxl a crop as last year. <•-
*-— »(ter due dliigrt.ee prriwnal service
cuss political issues, it is sincerely be
ot thl» notice
be norie. Il !■ hereb, or-
PHYSICIAN A SUROEON.
hoped you will honor our state with Large numbers are already returning d«ed\"d
le tbe Klamaih
your presence, and generously place
Office Over Unerda Market.
ltepubllcan publlahcd at Kian.ath Falla. Or.
as much of your time at the disposal a good crop and bringing quantities
E. M. Baarrarw. Ib-tiMer.
of our committee as may be practica of berries as evidence.
ble, advising us at your earliest con Has Sold ■ Pile of Chamberlain's
venience of any preference you may
The Southern Oregon State Normal
have as to places and dates, and ap
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
proximately how much time you can Remedy for more than twenty years School begins this year’s work Sep
PHYSICIAN AND SC Rd EON
and it has given entire satisfaction. tember lfltb. A large working libra
Awaiting with much interest your I have sold a pile of it and can recom ry has teen added; the physical and
reply, which I trust will be favorable mend it highly.—Joseph M c K liiinky , chemical laboratory has been fully
Dealers and Manufacturers of
ibo* Residence and office corner 7 it*
I enclose a copy of our state platform, Linton, Iowa.
You will find this equipped; a new gymnasium building
und Main streets.
and with assurance of kind personal remedy a good friend when troubled is being erected, and a large and AVe arc now moved into onr
regards, have the honor to remain,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
with a cough or cold. It always af handsome school building is nearing
new building at east end
Very truly yours,
fords quick relief and is pleasant to completion. The school grounds are
beautiful and picturesque.
C has . D ick , Chairman.
take. For sale by C. C. Chitwood.
health conditions are of the best:
and the social environment is pure
Notice for Publication
Wc carry a complete line of Whips, Robes, Blankets, Col
and stimulating; the course of study
One-fourth of the Land In State With
L and O fficn at L akkvikw , O regon . has been strengthened and made
lars, Sweat-pads, Fly-nets, Harness Oil and Soap.
drawn from Settlement.
Office in the Kartnti.irAH Bniltling.
Notice Is hereby given that the following- more practical. The faculty hits teen
Silver Mounted Bits and Spurs. Braided work a specialty.
named settler has filed notice of bls intention increased in numbers and the school
Not Ice is liereby given that there
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
to make final proof in support of his claim and is now equipped to do work of the
are ii'at ’ l.i iliecoimty treasury for
We carry everything in the Harness and Saddlery line.
When one-fourth of the area of the that said proof will be made before the Regis highest order.
ter & Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on Octob
’be i''< <•..ip, ion of all Klamath eotmly
I have been making the Celebrated State of Oregon, including some of er 1«, 1903, via;
I have had thirteen years of steady
This school belongs to Southern
IONA F. JAMES,
on and prior to
practice in making Harness and Har Lakeview Saddle for the past four withdrawn from all form of settle devisee under the last will and testament of Oregon.
^’erest will cease from
Walter L. Kinyon, deceased. H. E No. 2157 for the patronage of the people of this I tnis
ness goods. I let my work speak for teen years. My work will stand the ment and entry, with the intention the H’$ of 8WU, NWU of 8EU and HEU of 8WU
of See. 11. Tp :M 8 R 13 E W M. He names the grant sect ion. For catalogue address
I'ete'.a Klamath Falls, Ore., this
closest inspection. W m . G unther .
G eo . W. B radley .
of ultimately making these with following witnesses to prove his continuous
G EN ERL FREIGHTER.
B enjamin F. M ulkey , Pres. Jbt.i oay of June, 19o;t.
drawals permanent, it is time for the residence upon and cultivation of said land,
C- IL T homas , Secretary.
viz: Ezra Jav and O. T. .McKendree of Olete,
H. II. Van Valkenbtirg,
J A BLEW people of that great commonwealth Oregon, and W. H. Farra and Moses James of
Write Üs For Samples
MANAGER to pause and consider tlie situation Royston, Oregon.
F. L WRIGHT
B rattain , Register.
which confronts them.
Such a time is the present,
Notice for Publication,
It is a great convenience to have at,
an issue has teen raised,
Klamath Lodge No. 77, A. F. & A. M.
'■nlted Ht.tf, Und Mee, takeview Oregon.
L and O ftick at LaKXvirw, O rngon .
ment, the question of but a few years.
of accident and for slight injuries and
Meptember 8, 190ft
Notice 1» hereby given that the following-
Are the people of Oregon to lie heard
Meets Sat urday nlglit on or before
I in thi, office hi* (
named settler has’filed notice of hi» intention ailments. A good liniment and one si'*
«veli.,! I,.., I ,* 'V
In their own behalf?
Are their lo
make final proof in support of Ida claim, that Is fast tecumlng a favorite jf lf»l»nt.
'.'"Ify No»'« tnn<l„ tlie full muon.
wishes to be respected, or are the and that Raid proof will be made before the
Kv T aylor ,
NW'4 «nd NW', W. T. S uive ,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. fancies of theorists to be carried out Register A Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on not a household necessity |H Cham olHeottnn
ToJoi,^' 1 " K
H"11 °» sell
berlain's Pain Balm. By applying it '■y John<ho at 1!i,??7.
DEALER IN MARBLE
October Id, HMM. viz:
4 “■ " '*
regardless of the demands of an edu
H E No. 23..2 promptly to a ent, bruls, or burn It I'V<"I that: «aid lotifr
GRANITE, IRON FENC
. wh'ch •» u »1-
ASHLAND OREGON^* cated and enlightened public?
Are NEU of Hee 4, Tp 3« 8, R 13 E W M. He names allays the pain and causes the Injury dotted raoi tr«. t : til,
r It»" wholly ubati
ING AND ALL KINDS
' ' " Un'refro „
l"*' tl'»'.l<-d hta re.-
the people of the state to have a the following witnesses to prove hi« continu to heal in about one-third (lie time
OF CEMETERY WORK
voice In the disposal of its vast public 1 ous residence npon «nd cultivation of said
w U’-l 't|«.n a.r iom V. "’T* -*"1 ,r"P1 '« not
land, viz: Ezra Jay and O. T. McKendree of usually required, and as It, iH an •lleged
domain, or are their demands to be Olete, Or., W. H. Farr» «nd Ione F. Jame« of antiseptic It prevents any danger of
E. M. B ratta rw, Register.
set aside, their protests unheeded, Rov-ton.Or.
Hr'"y, navy or
blood poisoning. When Pain Balm is . ........ mi,, .ItlJ "n1..
their requests totally
Notice for Publication.
kept at haijd a sprain may be treated w"r
HttMin <* duri’/ marh,F’ ‘Birlnuth«»
which thp |’n|l(.<| Hlej!1'*
°’h< r v\»r In
before inilammation sets in which Purlieu
The Klamath County Live StocK These questions must soon be an
’*<’ «no<«’«1; s«|<|
L and O ffici at L akfvikw , orf / ion ,
swered. The crisis is fast approach
Mie by «»•<1 »tffpp cvid, -ri(l.
AugUHt 15, 1903.
Association will pay the above re ing. The result is purely problemat
Notice I « he eby given th»l the following- U. C. Chitwtxxi.
ward for the arrest and conviction of ical.
i* Withrow, (j h «
1®®*' 'M*Fore ('.
to meke final p oof In support of her claim and
f»ll*, Orefon, anil tUi'11«'1
It is no exaggeration to say that that «aid proof will be made before C. H.
- held «t lO o'ei.’k « „ ,ln*1 henrlng will be
any person or persons found guilty of
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
i. Ifltrt. I„.
stealing or altering the marks or
1 «'»»¿a tariJom,•• iti*'
Fall«, Or. on Oc cber 16, 1903, viz:
Meet on the first and third Thur« , The -•ldeon".|.„l'?A,7,®w/ ‘»"•»on.
brands of any stock belonging to any has been segregated, by order of the
GRACE E. MOBGAN
Secretary of the Interior, and is to
member of this association.
W M Mhe names lhe following wltne»se« to i
which ahow that
,?**» .orli. luci,
Address Chas. Horton, President day beyond the reach of the settler piove her continuou« residence upon and cul Hattie Hazen, N. G.; Fraud« S|. |,.r »1'orvlre „I t|,l, noiT
and the homesceker.
The foregoing ti vai Ion of «aid land, viz• Be««le M Wheeler. V. G.; A Hee Goeller, Sec.; Re& •¡rreby ordered ail,| ri ’;»”"0» he inaile, It I,
or J. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
George H Morgan, L O Mill« and E Morgan, all
S«'»«nbvd7e .nd:!S?d "I*' ...... »»"<•
figures are the strongest testimony. of Kano, Oregon.
E. M. B battain , Regi «ter
. Klamath ke|,llt>^e._’, I”/ publication In the Tourists Supplied
^•11».Oregon, lclM“bllahed at Kinmath
k m . IlSArrais, Rcflalnr,
FALL STOCK ARRIVED
FALL AND WINTER LINES
DRESS GOODS, WAISTINGS, WRAPPER
GOODS, OUTING FLANNELS,
VELVETS, SILKS, APPLIQUES, BUTTONS
The best assortment ever shown by any concern
in Klamath County.
ALSO up to date, ready to wear,
Dress Skirts, Underskirts, Flanneletts, Etc.
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
Fur Collaretts and Scarfs, Coats, Capes,
First Class Horses
Shirt Waists, Tailor Suits, Etc.
REAMES & JENNINGS
Teams with or without Drivers
Daily-by Day light-between
v, KLAMATH TRAINING STABLES,«
Klamath Falls and Pokegama
Shortest Route, Best time and Accommodations.
COR. BROOKS AVE. ANO SEVENTH ST.
Racing and Trotting Horses a Specialty. Colts
Developed for Runners or Trotters.
ARMSTRONG & RAMSBY
City Meat Market
CRAI ER LAKE ¡U. C. BROWER,
Wm. Storm Jr., Prop.
BALDWIN’S PHOTO STUDIO Dr.
H. B. NA Rd US.
Phone Main 55
Ijneeda Meat Market
UEO. li. MERRYMAN
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Sausage
MRS. HONG SING
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention.
M. L. Burns - -
BRADLEY & GUNTHER
and all kinds of strap work.
DR. O. W. /»ASTON
Coruty Treasurer’s Notice.
J. n. nooRE,
^SUNSET MONUMENT C0.^
Ft. Klamath Saloon
W. M. Knight, Prop.
Best of Liquors and Wines
Always on Hand.
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
Buffalo and Export Beer.