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A SOFT SNAP;
“To run a newspaper," say» art
Oklohomn editor, “all a fellow has to
Republican tn rollile», and devoted to the do is to write poems, discuss the tariff
TUul-er. A.rlcullural. Stock and Wool InWreat«
and money question, umpire a base-
of the great Klamath County.
ball game, report a wttiding, saw
wood, describe a tire so that the
Publlabevt every Tburwtay by
readers will shed their wraps, make a
dollar do the work of ten. shine at u
WESLEY O. SMITH. dance, measure calico, abuse tlie liq
uor habit, test whiskey, subM-rilm to
E d ITOB AXn I'KOrBUtTl»«.
charity, go without meats, attack
free silver, defend bimetallism, sneer
at snobbery, wear diamonds, Invent
advertisements, overlook scandal,
appraise battles, delight pumpkins
raisers, minister to tlie afflicted, heal
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1008. the disgruntled, tight to a finish, set
type, mold opinions, sweep the office,
ODINO TO BE A SUCCESS.
speak at prayer meetings, stand in
with everything and everybody.
go to a railroad town for your
BUY FROM US
Every Indication That the October
Races will Eclipse Anything ever
Attempted in Klamath County-
STA HL RS
WEST SIEB STABLES
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
First Class Horses
Teams with or without Drivers
in like proportion as to price
^ KLAMATH TRAINING STABLEST
Fruit Granulated Cane Sugar
Star Roast Coffee
Ivanhoe Roast Coffee
Cvdahy’s Pawnee Soap, 100 bars
R. & J. Savon Soap, 100 bars
Fairbank’s Gold Dust
Babbitt’s Concentrated Lye
Schilling’s Baking Powder
Tea Garden Drips
Evaporated Cream—any brand
Oysters, 2 pound cans
Oysters, 1 pound cans
Ashland String Beans
Coal Oil—Star or Pearl
Soda—Arm & Hammer
Half Ground Salt, 50 lb sacks
Dairy Salt, 50 lb sacks
In ¡»raise of Chamberlain’» Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
•’Allow me to jrive you a few words
in praise of t’liamlx-rlaln s
Uliolen and Diitrrhoea Bcinedy.
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
s.avs Mr. Joint Hamlett, of l»n: 1
l»iisa, Texas. "I miffered one week
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
wllli Isiwel trouble and took all kinds
of medicine without gi'itlnu any re
lief. when my friend. Mr. <’• Johnson, I IVPrV
Horses boarded by day, week or tnona
a merchant here advis<-d me to take LIVVIj« Hay anti Grain bouglitnnd gold.
this remedy. After taking one dos.'
Passengers conveyed to all parftt of .Southern Ort»»«*
I felt greatly relieved and when I
liad taken tiie third dt»te was entirely and Northern California at the very lowe.st rates.
euretl. I thank you from Hie bottom
of my heart for putting tliia great
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
remedy In tiie hands of mankind.
Linkville. Phone Main 14
For sale bv C. ('- Chitwood.
N'otkv I k hereby given that there
are funils In (lie town tressun <’
the retlemptlon of the following «ai
runts: Nos. l»”8. who , usi. 'iS-- ■ • •
»84, 1'85, 1’8«. l»S7. »88, »»Mt».
Interest will cease from tills <lal*‘-
Datetl at Klamatli Falls. Ore., this
3rd dttv of Sept. 1003.
J. W. SlKMKK«,
TOWN TREASUHI.«’» NOTICE.
E R. REAMES.
ALEX WARTIR ji ,
The tempcrence lecture Sunday
That the Klamath County Agri evening at the Presbyterian Church
cultural Association fair and race was well attended by the young men.
meet, October 6, ”, 8. 9 and 10 will A very apt comparison of tiie four
be a grand success seems already to stages of the whiskey drinker was
be an assured fact. Unusual inter given, lie was likened successively
est is being shown by tiie farmers to the sheep, the monkey, the lion
and ranchers throughout tiie county and the sow. At first he was as
and tlie exhibits are expected to be gentle as tiie sheep, easily shorn;
extensive this year.
next like the monkey he would at
Klamath county has not the ad tempt to dunce and sing; then lie felt
vantages of a railroad at present and powerful like the lion and wanted to
so must depend on its own efforts for I tight and last like tiie sow he would
advertisement but it has one great wollew in the dirt.
advantage; it is a country that lias
Mr. Smith is a very pleasing talker
something to advertise. There can and his illustrations were very real
be no greatei opportunity for doing istic throughout the entire lecture.
this than by making a grand display
For Rent:-« room house with wood
this fall. Tiie association lias offered
a good list of prizes and yet while shed and good well, handy to school
this may lie an incentive, everyone house- Enquire at this office.
Notice for Publication-
who has any interest in the develop
Season tickets fm the fall races and
I.AFP Orili» At l.ARtVUtW O»»ms
ment of tiie country should feel It
Ausu-t tv I«1'1
their duty to assist In making this fare are on sale at Baldwin’s hard Notice I» hereby «Iven tliat
a most complete and creditable ex ware. Scballock & Daggett’s, Geo. R. named »eitler ha* rtle,I nonce of her Intention
to make tln»l proof in «iipport of her '
hibit of our products. The Klamath
»ml th»t »aid proof will t»- made befere , II
country already has a reputation for tickets are $2.00 and everyone should Withrow, V S. Coinml»»'oner al Klamatn
Fall», Or. on Oi-tola-r 16. IWt via:
its livestock and timber but you now
RISME VI VMIFH.FR
have a chance to destroy the im i ticket as only In that way can we Il K No. W16 (or th- svv ', s,-. 0 T IOS R « F «
tolle» In« will......... m prove
pression that that is all it is good for. make the fair a success. The associ her contiiiuon» the r.-al.lrm-e
"|»m ami «•'i’ll**
What we need most is more people ation have done everything that is lion of »»Id land, via: George Mor«»n. Urac-
Morgan, L O Milla »ml E Morgan, ail ol Keim.
and there is no reason why we should
K M. H battais , Register.
not get our share of tiie immigra zens lo give them their support.
Notice fur Pubdcatiun.
tion that will come from the east
a Pile of Chamberlain’»
next spring. If the people will do Has Sold Cough
L and O ifick at L akktikv . Owmow.
their share in demonstrating what
hereby given that the following
can be grown here they can depend Remedy for more titan twenty years named settler
I ihm tiled notice of hl» intention
on the newspapers making it known and it lias given entire satisfaction. to make final proof in support of hl« rlalir,
and that said proof will be made before (* H
to the outside public.
S. t'omtni««toner at Klamath
1 have sold a pile of it and can recom Withrow,
October Ifi, Ilk»::. viz:
mend it highly.—Joseph M c E lhinky , Falls. Or. on GEORGK
Linton, Iowa. You will find this II K No 2909 for the BW , of Bee » r ft h k m f
Phone, Main 13
38 HORSES IN TRAINING.
W M. He name-, the following altn»’"«’« to
remedy a good friend when troubled prove hi* continuous residence u|wm «nd eul
The jockeys and drivers are now with a cough or cold. It always af- ti vat ion <»( «aid land, vi«: llr-Me M Wheeler.
E Morgat , L O .Mill* and E Morgan all
being kept busy. Every morning i fords quick relief and is pleasant to Grace
E M. B ratton . Reguier.
strings of race horses and trotters can take. For sale bv C. C. Chitwood.
be seen on the track where they are
epartment OF THE INTERIOR. General
Mnil office. Waabinitton, D. C.. July .•»,
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
being worked out.
1903 Notice U hereby riven pursuant to In*
Following is a list of the horses in
Mructlona hiui in aectirdnnee with the direr-
Meet on the first and third Thurs- Ilona of tht Btctotnnf of fha Interior nwdar
training for tiie races preceeded by
provialoua of the section of the act oi July
COR. BROOKS AVE. AND SEVENTH ST
days of every month. OUlcers are A, the 18M
the names of the owners or lessees:
(28 Htat , ll«3.) that the unaoM ¡anda in
Fort Klamath abandoned mtlHary rraer-
C. D. Ely’s, Black Alice.
Francis Sigler, N. G.; Nellie Sum- the
vatfon, dracribod a« the W’4 SW«, Hcc 22. T.
Brown Bros., Articus.
mers, V. G.; Alice Gocller, Sec.
: uh ., r 7’;. |
aerea, will ba
at public gale M the dUtnrt land office
sack L. Gerber's, Seventy.
at Lakeview, <ireffon, on th<
S. B. Gardner's, Conner.
er. 1903, commencing at lOo'cliwk V M . to the
highcNt bidder at not leaa Dian the appraised
C. Driscoll's, Jim Corbett.
L axb Omcj at LAKXvunr. Oaeoos,
value thereof, the purcbaM* money to 1* i-ald
September 12, 191«.
George I’an’s, Tiie Chink.
at the time of the -ale
J. H. Fi.MI’LF. Acting t’ommiawloner.
Chas. Martin's, Queen T 2nd.
named e»» tiler has filed uotice of her intention Approved, Thoa. Kvan, Acting Secretary.
to make final proof in support of her claim
John Simmon’s, Harry Gwinn.
and that said proof will be made before Ja.«. H.
Jay Arant’s, Shirley V.
Driscoll, County (.'lerk, at Klamath Falls, Or.,
on October 19. 1903, viz:
LUCRETIA F. MORGAN
box Shirley and The Wooer.
of Ft. Klamath, Oregon. 11. E. No.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Neil Sly's, Fergunot and a two Lots 8 and 9. Sec 10, Tp n H K 7^ E W M She
rwrTr.D S tati i« L and O ffici .
names tiie following witnesses to prove her
Laki view, Oregon. I urum lü. i90l.
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
A sufficient conte*t
C. B. Kenyon's, Montana Chief, said land, viz: fas H Emery, Ixruis Brannon, filed in thia office by Charlew ll Spring« r, con
Mills and Phille de Orr.
E. M. B mattaim , Register.
I du.. , for
’ » ' j ol NF.'., MR*
W. W. Wood’s, Dairy Maid, Alice
’< I townablp
of s K'4 and NK
NE' 1 » . of
HE ’ 4 of Scet
Ii S Raugc 7 E W M by Henry .Monroe, con
A., and Uncle Tom.
Notice tor Publication
testee, In which it 1» alh sevl that said H«*nry
A Yakima Owner, Yakima Tom.
Monroe ha« wholly ahaiubmeit «Mi<| tract; that
l.Asr> Orr;a at L akxviiw . o «« x » ow . he ha« changed his r< -t.l» ure th. t> from for
R. H. White’s, Tom Sican.
Reference by pertniaaion :
H'picmbcr Xrd. twn
more than alx month« «Ince making «aid en*
Ralph Jackson’s Tulare Chief and 6 Notice 1« hereby given that the lollowlng- try: that na I<I tract |g not «utih-.l up>ti MtH|
National Bank and Antoría
I ruhivaicd by «aid llenrv Monroe a* re.iulre I Kow
Bank <■( Astoria, Orcg'-n.
to make tinal proof in anpport ol hl» claim and by law ; that «aid alleged sb>.*nce from said
« •|»|Mw»it<’ Court
H oiiov , Klaiuzlb
Ky Taylor’s, Dewey.
that *»td proof will be made before lhe K< gi»- laud wa* not due to Ills employment In the
Fall», Or. Pilone, Main 104.
ler A Receiver at Lakeview. Oregon, on Octob army, navy, or marine corp* of the t’nitr.l
E. B. Ramsby’s, Alice A and Roy. er
Robert Hunsaker, Printer and one
IONA F. JAMES,
marine during the war with Spain or during
devi.ee under the l»«t will and te.tamcnt of any other war in which the (’lifted State* may
Waller L. Kinvon. dceea.cd. II. E No. 2l.'i7 lor ; I m - engaged; said partie* are hereby m»ti(i<*<1 to
Dr. II. B. liARGUS,
E. R. Reames. 2 trotters.
of HW'.. NW'. of HE'i and SHU of HW'.. appear, rescind and offer evidence onrhiog
of Rec. It. Tp :« S K 13 E W M
He name« the i «aid allegation at ¡Oo’el.H-k x m on Henhm*
Guy Merrill, One Pacer.
Physician and Surgeon.
following wltne»»e» to prove hl» eontinuon. , her 26,1908, before r H Withrow. C h Com
E. B. Henry, Plan Dell.
residence upon and cultivation of »aid land, mieefoner at Klamath Fsll«, Orgon and (bar Coll and see our
Office—next floor to tiie < qer» lloOM.
vli: Ezra Ja> and O. T. McKendree of Oh-te, I final bearing will I*.- h< hl al 10 «.’rlocit R (n
Cusick, probably be here with Oregon,
and W. H. Farra an.l .Moaea Janie» ol on October 2nd. fWJW. beh.r* the Reg «t< r and
Room 7—Hotel IJnkville.
Receiver at the United Ktatrs Land Office in
E M. B xattai ««, Register. Lakeview, Oregon.
H|« cm I attention given ih., a«ea ol th*
Russell, probably be here with
The said contuMtant having, in a proper affi
Dewey ahd one other horse.
davit, filed April 27. 19-U. «1 t forth fnets which
Notice for Publication
«how that after due diHgi-nte personal «erviCe
Besides there are fully a dozen sad
I X liny l^tliorolory—Examination* |-' W
of thix notice cannot be made, ft t* hereby or
L and O ffici at L akftifw . O wfoom .
I Io RK.
die horses training for the saddle
derm! and directed that such notice he given
September 3, ¡903
by<fu<- .n-l pr..|wr publie«ii.,n In the Klamath A O. U. W. BUILDING,
horse and pony races.
KLAMATH FALL.«. 0RE00N.
al k inniath Fall«, Or
There are two or three professional named settler ha« filed notice of bin intention Republican publubed
E. M. B baitaim . Register.
jockeys here now and there will be
that safd proof will be made before the
case some more here within the next two and
Register <t Receiver at Lakeview. Oregon, on
G£O. //. MERRYMAN
October 1H. 1903, viz:
THE ASHLAND NORrtAL.
If E No. 2352
We throw Profits to the Winds on
Other Lines From Our
Until November 15
Sabbath Sclxs.l al 10 a- m.i pr’''""'
Ine by lite pustor at 11- a'id T - !•
ni.; (:lnistImi Fndeavor ut :,M> P-■’
nraver servire at 7:30 W rdiiFNl.u • «
Ing. A cordini invltatloii Is extendeit
lo all to attenti all tu-rvices.
W. tì. S mith . Pistor.
OUR UNES OF DRY GOODS
FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTN, SHOES, ETC
Are as complete as our GROCERY
Line and we’will treat you equal
ly as well on THESE.
US, COMPARE PRICES
To Our Town Trade—We thank you for
past favors and solicit a continuance.
BUT we cannot afford to deliver at the
REAMES & JENNINGS,
THE BRICK STORE,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Racing and Trotting Horses a Specialty'. Colts
Developed for Runners or Trotters.
ARMSTRONG & RAMSBY
CRATER LAKE C. C. 13 RO WER,
BALDWIN’S PHOTO STUDIO
HE WANTS HIS SHARE.
Mr. Wallace Taylor came into our
office last Tuesday and informed our
reporter that Joe Howard, the Cattle
King,had ordered enough barb wire
of the U. S. Steel Company, of New
York, to fence in the reserve south of
here. Mr. Taylor was very indignant
at what be calls such a high handed
outrage and his main object in going
to California is to consult with J. B.
Haggle in reference to this matter
and see if he has not some influence
with the California delegation. Mr.
Taylor says the Oregon delegation
cannot do anything with the presi
dent, he wants to see If he will turn
down the entire Pacific Coast. He
says that Joe has departed from the
Mormon faith and is now one of
Hitchcock’s satellites. Joe Is pretty
foxey, but we think Taylor is putting
It a little hard on him.—Silver Lake
Mr. Taylor is General Superintend
ent of the Chewaucan Land and Cat
COUNTY FAIR NOTES.
At a meeting of the directors of
the Agricultural Association last
week, it was decided to make season
tickets good for the five days, October
,7’. \ w
10. Only 250 season
tickets have been issued and when
they are sold no more will be offered
as they were gotten out for the pur
pose of a guaranteed gate receipt
Persons who want them
should get them of the secretary or
places where they are on sale, before
all are gone.
All families from the country who
can bring tents should do so, as all
vacant property will he at their dis
posal for camping on In tiie town, as
there will be a large crowd here, It
will Insure them a place to stay, and
besides Jessen the expense. There
will lie plenty of restaurants and
hotels to furnish everyone with their
meals, but there may be a shortage tn
rooms, unless those who can, brinir
for the EU of 8E*- a . NWU of RE«; and BW‘. of
NE‘ of Hee 4, Tp
8. R 11 E W M
the following witnesses to prove his continu-
nun residence npon and cultivation of said
land, viz: Ezra Jay and O. T. McKendree of
Olete, Or., W. 11. Farra and Ione F. James of
E. M. B rattain , Register.
Notice For Publication.
L and O ffice at L akeview , O reoox ,
August Kth. 1906.
Notice I r hereby given that the following*
ntmed wttltr bM t»i<-<i notice of bis intention
to mak«* final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before Ja.«. H.
Driscoll, County Clerk, at Klamath Falls, Or.,
on September 1H. 1903, viz:
JOHN F. GOKLLER.
H E No. 2173 for the HWU of HWU of Bee 13,
of NE«4 and E«^ of HE1^ of 8ec 14 Tp 88 8 K
9EWM. He names the following wftncHMes
toprove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz: J. O. Pierce, J.
W. Hamakar, R. W. Marple and J. V. Houston,
all of Klamath Falls, Or.
E. M. B battain , Register.
Notice for Publication.
Lund onice al Itoaeburg, Oregon.
August 5, 1903.
Notice 1» hereby given that the following,
named »etller ha. filed notice of hl» Intention
tomake Anal proof in »lipport of hl» claim,
and that »aid proof will be made before Jna.
If. Orlacoll, County clerk at Klamath Falla,
Oregon, on Sept 2B.1903, vi«:
widow of Charlea C. Miller, deccared, nd E
No. MW for the EU NEJ4, HWU NE‘4 NWW
HK'i. Hec 24 T 38 S, ft 5 Eaat, W M. He name»
the following wltne»»e» to prove hla continu-
ou« realdenre upon and cultivation of »aid
land, via: Samuel Padgett, Conrad Madlaon,
Albert Shur and Janie, Newbankn, all of Keno,
J. T. HRIIHiKS, Reglater.
Department of the Interior, United Staten
Land Office, Lakeview. Ore, August 16, 1903,
A Nufficient content affidavit having been
filed in this office by Henry Ott, contestant,
against homestead entry »No. 2831 made Novem
ber 7, 1902. for WU NW‘4 and N»4 HW'4 aeetlon
6, township 41 H range H E W M by John Bowen
contestee, In which it is alleged.that said John
Bowen has wholy abandoned said tract; that
he has changed hia residence therefrom for
more than six months since making said en
try; that said trax;t la not settled upon and
cultivated by said John Bowen aa required by
law and that said alleged absence from said
land was not due to his employment In the
army, navy, or marine corps of the United
States as a private soldier, officer, seaman or
marine, during the war with Hnain or during
any other war in which the United States mav
tie engaged; said oarii* s are luTeby notiflM
to appear, respond and offer evidence touch
ing said allegation at 10 o’clock a. in. on Oc
tober 8, 190«, before C. If. Withrow, U. 8. Com
missioner at Klamath Falls, Oregon, and that
final hearing will be held at !0 o’clock a. m.
on October 6,1903, before the Register ar-d Re
ceiver at the United States Land office in
That said contestant having, In a proper affi
davit, filed August l.\ 1903, set forth facts
which show that after flue dIlig* noe personal
servici of this notice cannot be made, it is ,
hereby ordtied and directed that such notice i
be given by due and proper publication In the
Klamath R*pub)lcan published at Klamath'
£. M. B hattain . Register
MRS. HONG SING
The Southern Oregon State Normnl i
School begins this year’s work Sep-
temlier l«th. A large working libra
ry has been added; tlm physical and
chemical laboratory lias been fully
equipped; a now gymn isiuni building
Is being erected, and a largo and
hand.soine school building is nearing I
completion. The school grounds are!
beautiful and picturesque.
health conditions are of tiie best-i
and the social environment is pure
and stimulating; the course of study W q are now moved into our
has been strengi honed and made
new building at cant end
more practical. Tiie faculty has been
Increased in nutnlters and tiie school
is now equipped to do work of the
Tills school belongs to Southern
Oregon. It desires and merits
the patronage of the people of this
great section. For catalogue address
I* hi-reby given that there
B enjamin F. M llkky , pres ii.
.' ” in
c,,,'nty treasury for
C. II. T homas , Secretary.
e redemption of all Klamath county
Pn,lpsted on and prior lo
*ntcp,*t will cease from
u 1V ”
Conven|ence to have at tefi?a 'l“t,’il“,n!,,h ►’«»»". Ore->
hand reliable remedies for use in eases tethdayof June, Bio;;.
of accident and for slight Injuries and
H. H. Van Valkcnburg,
aliments A good liniment? and one
tliat is fast becoming a favorite if
not a household necessity is Cham
beriain’s Pain Balm. By^pp)^ J”[
United Hi.t„ Ub(1 omce Uk,T(ew Or
promptly to a cut, briilsa or burn t
_ Auguil 10, l*m.
allays the pain and causes the Inlurv .A
m«I In till,
to heal in about one-third the time ,e
”tsnt. against homi f ,y eM A Bosse, con
7nirT No 2M28 made
usually required, and as it |> ■„
antiseptic It prevents any danger o
Ht-CtLn 31, Towii.hh
i *.'”1 H*'d
blixtd poisoning. When Pain Balm i
'n which It I» g|.
kept at hand a sprain may be treated <l«m«d mid lr»ct '' ih»t hL 7 h*" wholly k I. oi ,
l>l<-n<<i therefrom I
/’h*n«ed hi» re«
before inflammation sets In, which B,,ICc
(nsklng sail elitr?.°Ii! tmn f,,x months
L A U N I) R Y
County Treasurer’s Notice.
Notice for Vubllcatlon.
L ank Orfica at U kzvixw , O r
Notice!« hereby given Ihl't’i'hl *«
nenied «eitler Im» »led notice o/he/Fn,2*!,
to make tlual proof In »upp„rt
that «ahi proof will U raL-"¿. m 1.*1'?. •»''
Withrow, b. H. Commi«»™“? kt vi? 'I
Falla, Or. on October is Haiti V|»’ *' K1*h>aih I
GRACE E, MoitòiN
H E No. 2908 lor lhe NW<. »"e 11 t »no »
WM Hhen.me. the tofiow“ ”,1*
prove her contlnuoua residence utmniST '!*
tlvailon of »al<l land, vl<; Re»»m m
George H Morgan, LÒ Milla anJ ru w»>eoler.
of Kano, Oregon.
'“*,/»* '•»(•nd th.t »«Id
2i‘«t<>hl«olni,|„yni"n."j' ••'A lorn! w»« not
war Ine corps !»(» k«. n., | J”.
army, navy or
»•r win, Hp»ln ,*%•" ,°„r_ "infine, .luring i|,«
whirl, u,,. Irn|tt.,. Hi.,’ ' • *»«> other ver In
hereby nriiS.T?1' b" •"«•««>■ ! ••!<■ I
«»Mence tmirhin "
"•''< «ll«g»lliiii »1
H Win,,,,», I’ h c< m7,!h,',r
I*«, before C.
Oregon, »„il ihj,
will l„ be
ri.„.rkH » 11 ■''J' ’ '*"'ob<.
r 2. iwr.l,
Th» l'V,'''om•"•l tek ■v è!., m 1 , h " " nlle ''
1 "je »;aid conieatMnt iru
wM<h Si®'1 A"«n*tl 10
1,1 • J'r,,P«f»ffi-
•Ih«e»h ,""w lh«'«Iter di
•'«ervlce of this notiL-i ^Hlgence, person.
94»larcd ami di?!.4,;!!Jn.o.t
mode, it la
’*,,n »IXl prort r »kl li!
FaH?nh ^*l”'bll< ajf miVlifkS Cat1o° ,n ,l,e
j ’MP“®l1»hti at Klamath
t M BMruix, Register,
Office Over Uneola M«ikrt.
Klamath Falla, Oregon.
DR. (J. W. MASTON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Residence and office corner 7th
and Main streets.
Klamath Falla, Oregon.
Cilice in the K ki - chi icax Huihling.
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
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GENER L FREIGHTER,
glg^l’ronipt and careful attention
to all order».........................
Klamath Lodge No. 77, A. F. A A. M.
Meets Snturdny night on or befor*
the fnl) moon.
W. T. NirivE,
K v T avm *.
Ft. Klamath Saloon
W. M. Knight, Prop.
Best of Liquors and Wines
Always on Hand.
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
Buffalo and Export Beer.
Tourists Supplied With