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Reames $ Jennings.
We have already placed orders for an unsurpassed line of MF3NS and WOMENS SPRING and SUMi IER GOODS, and
room MUST be made for these. To do this ALL PROPIT on WIN! ER GOODS is sacrificed
Sale to continue until the “CLEAN UP” is complete
6.5 cent All wool Albatross
75 cent all wool Henrietta
«5 cent Casaimere
6.5 cent plaid dress goods
2.5 cent Jacquards dress goods
»5.50—9 yard pattern Snow Flake
5.50— 8 yard pattern W iki ) Covert
7.50— 6 yard pattern Zebeline
6.00—8 yard pattern Zebeline
2.50— 4 yard pattern French flannel
35 cent Venetian waist Inga
40 cent Tricot
dal Golf gloves
fleece i lined gloves
ladies wool mittens
Ready to wear Garments.
»10.50—1-42 Ladies Jacket
5.50 1 40-Ladies Walking Skirt
8.50— 1 42 Ladies Walking Skirt
7.00—2 42 Ladies Dress Skirt
4.50— 1-8 years Child's Jacket
5.00—1 16 years Missess Skirt
Gloves and Mittens.
Cbe Brick Store
»1.2.5 Ladies Al) Wool Underwear
1..50 Ladles All Wool 'Union Suits
7.5 cent .Misses All Wool Union Suits
1.00 Ladies Outing Flannel Underskirts
1.50 Ladies Outing Flannel Underskirts
75 cent Ladies Outing Flannel Underskirts
1.50 Ladies Outing Flannel Night Gowns
1.25 Ladles Outing flannel night gowns
1.00 Ladies Outidg flannel night gowns
.50 cent Child's Knit Skirts
• I. IS
Knit Goods and Hose.
»1.00 Ladies Knit Fascinators
75 cent ladies knit faslnators
40 cent ladies knit faslnators
1.25 ladies knit slippers
ladies w*»d and cashmere li<«*S
ladle* fleece lilted hose
child» wool and cashmere hose
!»>)» wool ami cashmere hose
75 cent men'» natural «tati umlcrwr.tr
♦2.2.5 women's rterer lined i »»> ik
Men s Shirts and Underwear.
♦ 1 .'0 men’s all wool negligee shirt*
I .2.5 men’s fleer.» negligee slims
I .75 men’s Jersey rlbli-d underwear
1 25 men’s Vicuna wool underwear
7.5 cent men's Vicuna «<»>1 underwear
1.2.5 men's natural wool underwear
1.00 men’s natural wool umici wear
I 1 1
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1.2*5 Child» licere line l»»U*
1.25 womrii'» arile»
l.oo iniaM'N artica
• 1.25 men's knit scarfk
1.00 men's knit scarfs
7.5 cent men’s knit scarfs
7.5 cent men's wool mlltcns
40 cent men's wool milieu»
I .50 men's sheepskin ghoc*
60 cent men’s heavy wool aork*
.50 cent Ulen's heavy wool M»-k*
40 <ent men's heavy wool socks
35 ceut mens heavy wool socks
I <50 mlMU k tierce lilted t»kita
Men's Socks. etc.
BOOTS AND SHOES
2 ’ >vnU
J 1.50 men’» all WlHll »»rate r»
4.oo men's all ai»>t »«raient
3.50 melt'» all «<■■1 »«rat rm
S.oo men's all WIMll sweater»
2.50 men's all «IMll »Wcelt.r»
1.50 men'» all Wl»'| »«ratera
in.oo »tits*p tim <1 mat* ami <i»crcoat a
O.uo blanket llmsl owtctMl»
and Boys Ready Hade Suits, Overcoats, Pants. Coats, Vests and numerous articles not mentioned at Cut Prices also
.~£\ ¿l*;. j 'É’-
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Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods
Groceries, Dry Good,
Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes.
a complete and up to date line of
L F. DAVIES,
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
Horses boarded by day, week or month.
1—<> VCiy • Hay and Grain bought and sold.
Passengers conveyed to all parts of Southern Oregon
and Northern alifornia at the very lowest rates.
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
Linkville. Phone Main 14
We are still Doing Business
at ttie old stand
We now have the
Finest Line of Harness and Saddles
on hand we han ever had made up.
Our Stock is complete in every detail. Our aim is to treat
trade right and give the best values for the money
to be had. Repairing and Carriage Trim
ming done by competent men.
BRADLEY & GUNTHER,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Those who opposed the purchase of
Alaska in 1867 were firmly of the
opinion that we were putting our
Republican in Politic», and devoted to the money into a dreary waste of land,
Timber, Agricultural, Stock and Wool interest» from which the government would
of the great Klamath County.
never receive a dollar In return. The
country to-day is one of our richest
Published every Thursday by
WESLEY O. SMITH,
E ditor amd P bofbictob .
•I'McBirrioM batu :
Osc year (in advance)................................ 12 00
FEBRUARY II, 1904.
of course war la “Inevitable” in the
far cast, but somehow or other the
blamed thihg seems to be »n a side
The Exposition Transportation
Company, of St. Paul, have published
an artistically illustrated booklet out
lining a trip on steamboats via th»
Mississippi River to the Louisiana Pur
chase Exposition next summer. The
project Is as attractive as It Is unique
for it contemplates the use of the
steamboats as floating hotels during
the tourist’s stay In St. Louis.
There are other features of the trip
which will doubtless appeal strongly
to the majority of the World’s Fair
visitors, many of whom are already
making their reservations.
The statesman who opposes digging
t he Panama canal will soon be able to
see hie finish without tbe aid of a tele
War news from the east works In
two ways. A probability of war un
settled financial affairs, but at the
A gentleman In Switzerland claims same time it has an excellent effect
that he has invented an electrical con on almost all of America’s leading
trivance that will kill off an army at products. Wheat, corn, cotton, and
one single shock. Here's a chance provisions are sensitive when war Is
W Columbia to lick Uncle Sam.
rumored and always strong in price,
w ^*w *r
■il', lfr. efrut. ifrs
WIW miw ei'» —'I'* W| * •¡w
and the effect was palpable during
the week. But a war in the Orient
is not at all certain. The truth Is
both nations halt because the great
sinew of war. money, is not in abund
ance tn either treasury. Russia has
a big gold reserve, but on it is resting
millions upon millions of paper.
Take away the gold and the paper
sinks rapidly in value and every busi
ness experiences trouble. There may
be war. of course, but it is far from a
certainty at this time.
Timltrr Ijimt, Act nine 3, 1878—
Notice for Publication.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with (he provision* of the act of
congress of June 8, 1878. entille.1 “An
act for the sale of timber lands in th.'
states of California, Oregon, .Nevada and
Washington Territory,” as extended t<>
all the public land states by act of Aug
ust 4, 1802, Oliver j Hawkinson of th*»i.>,
county o( Trempealeau, state of Wiscon
sin, I as tiled in thia ofliee his sworn
statement no 2749 (or the purchase <d
thew'.Mw1., sr'^xw'^, xw1»*»1*, sec
34 tp 40 S II 13 K W M
ami will offer prisif to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its
tuutier or stone than for agricultural
pur|MHH>s ami to establish hi» claim to
said land before C il withrow, U 8 com
missioner at Klamath rails. Or. on Sat
urday the 13th dav of reb, l*»H
He names as witnesses: Jas Sigler.
Geo Porter of Klamath rails. Or. Jo*
Ellison, of Independence, Or, j 11 la-vis,
of slack River rails, w is.
Any and all persons claiming adversi
ty the aliove descril»»! lands art- request
ed to tile their claim* in this ofiice on
or before said 13th dav of rob. 1904.
E. M. lirattain, Register.
According to the Washington Post
already thousands of theorists and
doctriuaries in all parts of the count
ry are agitating governmental control
of public utilities. We are asked to
advocate the absorption of railway,
telegraph, banking, and other facilite»
involving, of course, the creation of a I
countless swarm of salaried officials
and leading up to a condition under
which the public functionary will be
TIMHKK LAXP. ACT JI’XK 3, 1878—
the rule and the private citizen the
Notice For Publication
exception- By a very slight project
United State* land office Lakeview
ion of the theory thus far developed Or l»Ct 27 ll»>3. Notice is hereby given
that in compliance with the provision*
we shall have the government in I of the act of June 3, 1878 entitled “an
charge of our marketing, our fuel, our act for the sale of timlier lands in tlie
weekly wash, our diet, our drink, our states of California, On-gon, Nevada
and Washington territory,” a* extended
theology, and our moral and intellect to all the public land states l>y act of
ual codes. Individuality will tie abol August 4, 1892, the following |»-r-<>n«
have tiled in this office their sworn
ished; personal merit becomes a thing statements, to wit—
of no account; from cur theology down
Gordon St Clair of Sisson county of
to tbe cut of our trousers aud the man Siskivon state of Calif, sworn statement
No 2763 for the purchase of the 8wqr
agement of our families, the whole sec 27 tp 40 s h .3 k
Floyd b Ross of Centerville county of
power and responsibility end discre
Alameda, state of Calif, sworn statement
tion will pass to the government.
No 2764 for the i>ur< base of tlie Nwqr
by iven that in coui|>liahc* *nh lh<»
provtsioiis n( tlie n» I <»i Congrrwa »•( JUliv
3, IB7>, entitled * An act l»»r thr sal» <»(
iinitar land*» in the Mat»*« of California,
orvtfon, Nevada, ami Washington Trrn-
extended to *11 the »•tibhc
Land Stat«!» by a’fol Aiigu-t 4, l*C*.
n*>u«iinol, ot I222 w. 3Wth *t.
I a *« Aiigr les. county of L h > anaelr* state ,
of California, h** hlc’l in thi* otliue In*
*w*»rn statement N*>.
for tn«* pur«
cllMM* « t th«* w
Nw’|, SF \ N w <4 of
Reclion No. 30 in Tp 40 H*. K E., w M.
and Mill offer pn»»t io *h«»w that the
land sought is m«>rv valuable for H*
tinilwr or »tone than for aan< ultural
pur|M»•>»**. ami to t*i*tabli»h hi* claim to
?*aid land Indore
H. withrow U. H.
('ornrni-sionvr at Klamath ball« Orvgon
<»n Saturday, the 13th day of Erb. halt.
l!e nann** a« witnew»n-N. K w r«»wer,
wm M llei I .0 Mil -. \ »• EdwnrdnJ
all of K«*n<> < irivn. any and all per-
non«» chiituing adversely the alxive do-
Mcriln*d latid?» are rtn|tirst«N| to tile tbcir i
claim* tn thia office on or before said
13th day of Feb. I’*M.
E. M. aaATTiiw !l«-iri*ter.
T.'MHKH MSB, AW JVKK 3. 1*78.—
Notice (or rablication.
United state* Tj»nd offlee Tutkeview,
Oregon Nov. 2 191)3. Notice 1» hereby
given that in compliance with the pr<e
vi»i<>ns of the act of June 3. 1878, en
titled “An act for the sale of tim1**r
hinds in the states of California, or.-gon,
Nevada, and Washington rrrrilory,’’ a»
extended to all -he Public land state*
by a- t <-i August I. I*>2. the follow ing
|H*rson* have tlua day tik»l in ll,ui ollie*
tl.eir »worn statement to wit;—
Florence Manning of Mri'loud. county
of aiskiymi, state of Cahlorma »wore
Statenu-nt No 2838 for the pun base <d
the s Inilf xw.|r N half aw ir sec .8) Tp 38
a., R 13 F. w m .
hili* h . < lark of McCloud county of
siskiyou state of oregon sworn state-
tni-nt so 28-t'i for the ntirrha*- of the
w‘s'w, sw'4 aw. MX- II. **>.»«>.
■ec II, Tp38 ».. R |2 E w m .
Amy 1». TI' hr I, of McCloud county of
siskivou state of California sworn state
mi nt No 284U for tlie piircha».. ot the
* '■.»X'v »E'4 »El,, »v r. XEL \EL
•ec II, Tp :t8 a., R 12 E w M.
Herbert b . Manning of McClood,
county of Siskivou stale of California
sworn statsnieiit No 2»»l for th- pur
chase o( thes'.NEb, Nw'.sE1. NFla
8w ', sec 2.5 Tp 38 8. It |2 k » U.
That they will offer prod p, show
that the land sought is more valuable
for its timlier or atone than for agricul
tural purf«,»es ami to eatahliah their
claim to »aid land before (’. II. withrow
I . c. ( omiiioamner at KI» ii ,» i | i F»||»
Oregon ,,,, Tiie»l«v the HUI, day of Erl..
I . Hood, Herliert s. Mam,mg' Florence
Manning. E||i. h . I'lark «11 of M.-Clomi
(«hfornia. Mike !>»,!,„ „1 Klamath
Falls Oregon. Any «nd ,|| p.riB,n»
Claiming adversely the »Is.ve-.le.crilieii
land» an-reqm-atol m til.. tllrir (.|Mjni.
m tm* office on or before said pith day
________■■ 'L BiBAWAI* R«’k’i*ter.
sec 27 twp 40 8 R 13 E
Charles urowning jrof 2107-22 st, Sac
ramento, county of Sacramento stale of
Calif, sworn statement No 2765 lor tlie
Nearly 3000 Sheep Shot and Clubbed purchase of the srqr srqr, xrqr s»|r,
s half seqr, sec 34, twp 40 » r 13 r
to Death in Lake County.
Annie s Browning of 2107-22 st, Sac
The following report comes from ramento, county of HacrHinento, state of
Silver Lake. The herder for the Mc- Calif, sworn statemi-nt No 27*91 for the
purchase of tlie swqr Nwqr, w half swqt
Kune sheep came in from the sheep sec
35 twp 40 s r 13 b ami swqr *wqr
camp near Christ mas Lake Wednesday sec 2 twp 41 s r 13 r w M.
That they will offer proof to show that
bringing the startling news that the
the lam] sought is more valuable for its
camp had been visited by five masked timlier or stone than for agricultural
men the night before and the larger purposes ami toestablish their claim to
part of the band of sheep were slaugh said land liefore C H withrow, C 8 com
missioner at Klamath Falls, Or, on Mon
day the 15th dav of February. Itsil.
They name a* witnesses : C H Erick
The five masked men were all heav
son, H A Foster of Klamath Falls, Or,
ily armed and proceeded to do their Charles Browning jr, Annie r nrowning
work in a deliberate way. The herd of Sacramento, Calif, rloyd h Ross of
er was first taken care of and while Centerville, Calif, Gordon St Clair of
one man guarded him the other four
Anv ami all persons claiming adverse
proceeded with their part of the work. ly the above-described lamia are request
WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD.
The sheep bad been corraled for the er! to file their claims in this office on or
before said 15th day of Feb, 1904
The flrM art|„n wh,,n
night and were easy to get at. They
E. M. lirattain, Register.
cold should Is- to relieve the lung*.
took the night for their work, using
I'lils is l>< st accomplished by tlie free
knives, clubs and guns In the whole
use of Ch.tmberUin's Cough Remedy.
TIMHKK LAMO, ACT -ICNB 3, 1878—
Ibis remedy llqueflea the tough mu-
sale slaughter. With the approach of
Notice for Publication.
cits and cauM-s It* expulsion from the
day they took their departure with
United State* I,an<l Office, Lakeview,
air cells of the lungs, produces a free
the parting injunction that other Or, October 27, 1903. Notice is herebv expectoration, and opens tlie secre-
given that in compliance with the pro
sheep using that range would be treat visions of the act of congress of nine 3, Jlons.
complete cure soon follows.
ed in a similar manner unless they 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of Hus remedy will cure a severe cold In
timlier lands in the stat<'» of ('alifornia, less I tm- than any other treatment
were moved soon.
Oregon, Nevada and Washington terri a
It h-avos the system In a natural
They had done their work well and tory,” as exteiide<l to all the public land an I healthy condition. It. counter-
only a small remnant of a band of over Ntate* by act of Augiirt 4, 1892,
acts any tendency toward pm-unionia.
Ovel A Hilliard of Klamath rails, For »ale by 0. (’. Chltwissl.
3000 sheep were left. Upon receipt
county of Klamath, slate of Or, lias
of the news Guy McKune came to filed in this office his sworn statement
this place and telephoned Sheriff Dun No 2748 for the purchase of the hw '4 If Your fys are Weak and
Mie 14, ssi(ssJi sec 15, tp 38 s i<
lap who will make thorough Investlga 9 **vJi,
k w M
tlon of the affair.
end will offer proof to show that the
While only a meagre account of the land sougiit is more valuable for its tim Is» Cirttia’s films WM|
ber or stone than for agricultural pur
killing can be had at this time enough poses and to establish his claim to »aid
has been learned that the killing was land liefore H withrow, (J 8 Cotrimis-
*<r*gon. Jan ¿* ijj
done by five masked men and certain sione' at Klamath rails. Or, on Satur ,, h<-»r , doctor i r,n .,
day the 13th day of reb, 1904.
•••''-»-»»-»MHilKoniwh ’, r'”“'"
parties are inspected and startling dis
He names as witnesses: will Humph
closures are expected to take place In rey, Theodore iiryant, II A willis, C It
Delaip, all of Klamath rails, Or.
the near future.
" *" b'*
Any ami all persons claiming adverse- l. r ihsr, ever hofor* an<l 1
The cause for the killing Is attri ly the above-described lands are re .. with
buted to the fact that the sheep were quested 1» tile their claim* in this office
on or liefore said 13th day of r»b, 1904.
on range used by cattlemen.
E. M. nrattain, Register.
"'Htf'l Lids." Wi^Hk M u1.'
While the amount of sheep reporter!
flamed Eye*, «trained an i VirM
killed may be over estimated ft is a
TIMHKK I,»*», ACT JI'SK 3, 1878.—
hard I cmh to Mr. McKune and he will
Notice for publication.
leave nothing undone to hunt down
United Stufe» Lind office f.nkcview,
the parties who done the killing.
oregon, October 27, 1903. Notice I* fiere-
E R. REAMES.
«J. 0. SIUîTCfi,
KEHmUCb FREES, OREBOn.
Farms, S ock Ranchos
Dry an d Irrigated
Lands, C imber Claims
Cogging and mill sites
City property and Bus.
iness chances in Klam,
WBSÏ SID® 5TÄDLES
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
First Class Horses
Teams with or without Drivers
Phone. Ram 193
WESTERN STAG® CO.
Klamath Fallsand Pokegama
Connecting with Klamath Lake R. R. for all Points on S. P- R ft'
Shortest Route, Best time and Accommodations.
PASSEN0ER, EXPRESS AND FAST FRBIûHTLlNE
LEAVE KI.AMATH FALLS 7 A. M
Mammoth .Atahlea, lergeat and Moat Centrally Looted.
I ravchirs convoyed to nil points at rousonal*!1’ i'id<,rt-
care given to Ktock.
R. W. MARPLE, proprietor’