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Good Values. CLEAN UP SALE. Little Money
Reames $ Jennings.
Cbe Brick Store.
We have already placed orders for an unsurpassed line of MENS and WOflENS SPRING and SUMflER GOODS, and
room MUST be made for these To do this ALL PROFIT on WINTER GOODS is sacrificed.
Sale to continue until the “CLEAN UP” is complete.
«5 cent All wool Albatroe*
75 cent all wool Henrietta
65 cent Cam! mere
6.5 cent plaid drewi goods
25 cent Jacquards drew good«
85.50—9 yard pattern Snow Flake
5.50—8 yard pattern Wool Covert
7.5Q—8 yard pattern Zebelioe
<1.00—8 yard pattern Ze be line
2.50— 4 yard pattern French flannel
* 35 cent Venetian wauling«
« 4 40 cent Tricot
Ghees and Mittens.
« ♦ 3.5
, 4 35
* _ .25
’ ♦ 25
ladiea «pec I al Golf gloves
ladies fleece lined gloves
Kandy to near ßarment».
7.50—1-36-Lad les Blouse
5.50— 140 Ladles Walking Skirt
5.50— I 43 Indies Walking Skirt
7.00—2 42 Ladles Dress Skirt
4.50— I S years Child's Jacket
5.00-1-16 years Misscas Skirt
90 sen ta
Knit 6oodt and Hut.
• 1.00 Ladles Knit Fascinator«
75 cent ladies knit fasinators
40 cent ladies knit raalnator«
1.25 ladiea knit allppera
ladiea wool and cashmere hose
ladles fleece lined luwe
child» wool and cashmere hose
boys wool and cashmere hose
•1.15 men'» knit scarfs
1.00 men's knit ac.rfs
75 cent men’s knit ararfs
7.5 cent men's wool mittens
40 cent men's wool ailttena
1 50 men'« sheepskin gloves
«• cent men's heavy wool socks
50 cent men's heavy wool socks
40 cent men'« heavy wool nocks
35 cent mens heavy wool «oek«
Hen'» Shirt» and Undarmar.
•1.20 men'« all wtmi I negligee shirts
1.25 men's fleeco negligee ablrta
1.75 men's Jereey ribbed underwear
1.33 men's Vicuna wool underwear
75 cent men's Vicuna wtmi I underwear
1.85 men's natural wool underwear
1.00 men's uatural wool undeiwear
BOOTS AND SHOES
ann 't Sockt, ate.
•1.2.5 Ladle« AU Wool Underwear
1.50 Ladies All Wool Unioa Suita
75 cent .Misses AU Wool Union Suita
1.00 Ladiea Outtng Flannel Underskirt«
1.50 Ladiea Outing Flannel Underskirt«
7.5 cent Ladlee Outing Flanner Underskirt«
1.00 Ladiea Knit ItodeaskiKa
1.50 Ladies Qu 11 ng Flannel Night Gowns
1.25 Ladies Outing flannel night gowns
1.00 Indies Outldg flannel night gown«
50 ceut Child's Knit Skirts
• I 25
75 cent men's natural wool underwear
12.35 women's fleece Hoed lioola
1 50 inlMr« fleece lined boots
1.85 dll Ids fleece line I kk H*
1.25 women'a artica
l.oo nitafu'« artica
55 cent child« artlc«
2.2.5 boy's felts and rubbers
v A.00 men's high rubber«
75 rant men'« high rutitier«
4d cent hlliM*« high ruh»>eri«
30 cent child, high rutmera
M cent« ♦ *
85 cairta • ‘
•4.50 men's all wool «weatera
4.00 men's all wool aweater«
3.50 men's all w<«>! sweater«
3.00 men's «11 wool sweaters
8.50 men*« all wool sweaters
1.50 men's all wool sweater«
10.00 sheep lined coats and overcoats
».00 blanket Hued overcoats
Mens and Boys Ready Hade Suits, Overcoats, Pants, Coats, Vests and numerous articles not mentioned at Cut Prices also
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Country Product taken in exchange tor floods
Groceries, Dry Good,
Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes
a complete and up to date line of
L F. DAVIES,
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
I fwrzaf-wr Horses boarded by day, week or month.
LilVer j • 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
Llnkville. Phone Main 14
Bepabllcaa la Follllca. and d.,oud u> lb«
Timber, Sericultural, Slock and Wool taureau
ol the Ve4’ Klamath County.
Published every Thursday by
WESLEY O. SMITH,
P roprietor .
FEBRUARY 25, 1904
Those who were present at tbe
Presbyterian church last Sunday eve
ning, had tbe pleasure of listening to
a very able sermon for the special
benefit of business men, by Rev.
Smith on tbe observence of the Sab
bath. He argued that ‘ ‘He who nev
er works is not fit for worships and he
who never worship« is not fit for
work.” He Is ever best and happiest
who observes tbe day, sets apart a
portion of bis time, talents and in
come for religious purposes, not as a
matter of duty, but gratitude, and be
who docs this conscientiously and in
telligently cannot live carelessly on
the intervening days.
We are living
In the busiest days humanity baa ever
seen and because of sharp competition
many are giving up tbe day to pleas
ure and business In spite of the warn
ings of bistory and example on every
hand. He claimed that tbe liberty
of rest for each demands a law of rest
for all. lie ended with a strong plea
for tbe observance of Sunday in
Klamath Falls, at least to the extent
of closing of stores and places of busi
ness on that day.
Monday, March 14 la the day
named for the election of town officers
for Klamath Falls. We have heard
a number of names mentioned as pos
sible candidates but we would like to
B»k who U tbe moo or men" who' are
I or have lb« authority to
name these candidates?
Ia It pos
sible that the business men and citi
zens, who jointly own tbe town and
have invested their money here, are
willing to allow two or three men to
tell them who they shall elect to run
their business for them? They cer
tainly would not be willing to do
thia in their private business.
This is a matter that should receive
the attention of every citizen.
ing tbe next year there will be pro-
poai Ilona come up of such impor
tance, that will effect tbe future of
our city. To handle these problems
we should have good capable buxine««
men, who have the forslght to nee
that on the future of the town de
pends their own prcwpeiity, and who
are willing to allow the town to
benefit by their own past experience.
In order that everyone should be
given a chance, we would suggest
that a publteaaueas be held to name
candidates foe.the coming town elec
tion. This would not prevent other
tickets being put up, but it would
give the general public a voice in
their own affairs.
OUTSIDE THE RING.
E d . R ekublicajl —As the time Is
near at band when the various politi
cal parties will meet In convention to
nominate candidates for county offices
select delegates to the state conven
tion where state and district officers
and joint senators and representa
tives are nominated, It behooves the
voter to make some enquiries as to
the fitness and availability of the
many aspirants for political honor.
True, it may be wholly unnecessary
for the voter to trouble blinself in the
matter, as the political wire-puller
and his strikers arc already on a still
hunt to capture the various primar
ies, name the candidates on the coun
ty ticket and select the delegates to
the state convention. So we have
only to vote the names they have al
ready prepared for our endoraeinent
and everything will be lovely.
Rut It strikes me that tbe common
voter who has to foot tbe bill, has
some interest at stake.
He bas seen
his tax«« increased while tbe tax roll
showed an enormous incresse In taxa
ble property, be has seen the ex
pressed w ishes of tbe legal voters sod
tax payers overridden In tbe matter
of Hcenseing saloons; be has ohaerved
the total disregard of their sworn du
ties by officers of the law, he has seen
the fee« that the law provides should
be turned into the county treasury
pass Into tbe pocket« of IU salaried
officers, he has heard the lame excuses
of bis representative for not exacting
a much needed law to regulate graz
ing on tbe public lands when such
law was petitioned for and only re
quired honest and diligent effort on
bis part to secure.
He has seen a
ticket put out by hit party at a con
vention wbeo every candidate bad a
fair and Impartial opportunity to pre
sent their claims, defeated at the
polls, largely through tbe efforts of
those who sought office at the hands
of that convention, and he wonders If
there is such a thing as political hon
esty In bia party.
It is about time that tbe voter be
stir himself, that he sees that politi
cal bushwhackers, wirepullers, snd
faithless public servants are rebuked.
Let every republican voter attend
bis primary and see that honest
and capable men are sent as delegates
to tbe county convention, with in
structions to honestly and carefully
weigh the mérita cf all aspirants for
office, that a ticket may be put out
representing as near as may be, tbe
beat material from all the county,
and then let every true republican
cast hia vote honestly and work dili
gently for the success of bls ticket.
Above all, see to It that our dele
gates to tbe state convention are
bonest representative men who have
no rings In their noses, and do not
pose as "IXlwrrm TIOMAL LAWYKHS. ’’
We need a Faulk for prosecuting at
torney but If we cannot get one like
bl in, we at least want one who has
tbe courage of his coovlctlons; who
will prosecute violator« of tbe law
without regard to their race, condi
tion or position; without fear or favor.
If tbe voter does his whole duty,
be may bave tbe consciousness
of being blameless, should justice
Should be neglect bls
duty, be can blame no one but him
H atizid .
Where there used to be a feeling
of uneaaineM and worry In tbe house
hold wl>en a child «howed «ymptom«
ofcroup, there 1« now perfect confi
Thi« la owing to the uni
form Huccewi of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy In the treatment of that dis
ease. Mrs. M. I. Basford, of Pooles
ville, Md., In speaking of her experi
ence In the use of that remedy says:
I have a world of confidence in Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy for I have
used It with perfect success. My child
Garland Is subject to severe attacks
of croup and it always gives him
For sale by c.
TO THE TRADE.
Gime and look at our fine tine of
llameM and Saddles now m»d-> up.
We take pleasure In displaying them.
Bradley & Gunther.
'Mr load of barb wire and nails at
George Hum'a Hardware Store,. East
• - - -
Bell.Tln, th. principle. at lb. Bepnblle.n
Carry io be th. be.t Mle*u.r<l o< our nation
• nd that th. polluant .nd m.tMial wall- being
•lour nation, «tal. .nd county «III be bul
roneerved in lb. tutor, m in tbe po.1 by lb.
polities! .urreM at that organK.rton. ar. lb.
nnd«r.i(n«i b.r.by nMoelau oaraalr., In .n
org.nla.Uon lor th. turlb.r.ne* ol «.publican
pel nel plea, .nd lor our goeernaenl hereby
adopt Uta loltawlna MnMIrntlon .ad by law..
*4’4*4’4*4* 4*4* 4* 4* X
years or between It and 1! years ot age and be
■Igned by one or more members, and read in
Rarrton 1: All voting for members shall be
by voice and at the same meeting aa the read
ing of the proposition, unless a ballot or a
postponement to a future regular meeting be
-'rdervd by the clnb
MKMBITMilP FIM AMD OTRKB MOMBYfi
ABT1CLBII!: A biennial membership tee
fee of M> eenta shall be paid to the treaeurer by
til membership fees and all
other money due or payable ta the club «hail
be eollevied, received and held by ttee treas
urer. and paid onl by him only upon a writ
ten order signed by the president and secre
The treasurer shall make a
firaaeial report to tbe club al the first regular
meeting in each month.
ARTICLE!: TMuimeof hit orgenlsatlnn
•ball be: Tws Yovwe M bu ' s BwaMcax CbVR
ARTICLKrV: !n all par 11 men try subjects
of Klamath Faile, Oreg«*«.
the club shall be guided by Bntearl's Rules of
ABTtCLXtf: Tbe object • M tbit orgsnlM-
tioa are a<»4 shall be so nee every umm
rnnet «taut with honor and food eilleenahlp
for tbe further «nek at tbe fuhdl Mental pelucl-
ptee fifth« RepubDeqh Pursy ebd fit» beet la
tercet and •ncceaa ae a whole, without «upport
or furor to auy faction
And to thia end to
encourage and a»«t«t fa tbe organisation of
similar clube throughout tbe county and
ARTIC LB VI: This constitution may tee
altered or amended al any regular meeting.
in accordance with a written notice of tbe
proposed alteration or amendment filed with
tbe secretary and read in open meeting at the
last proceeding regular meeting, upon a two-
thirds vote of the members present, the num
ber present being not less then 2S per oent of
the number of members enrolled.
ABTICLBIt The regular Meetings of this
club shall be at the hour of eight o’eloek p. m
on the second and fourth Monday of each
month from January to November, Inclusive In
presidential years, and at the same hour of tbe
same days in each month from January to
June Inclusive in stale election years.
Hg<*rfOM2: Hpeeial meetings may be called
at 1 be discretion of the executive committee,
and shall be called bv the president upon the
written request of members equal to tbe num
ber required lor aquorsam.
PRO HOMING AND VOTING FOB MKMRFRH.
ARTICLE II: All propositions for meuiber-
ahip shall be made In writing, a tat tog the
"*■ "reMdencc aud whether the peraon
MRS. HONG SING
Japanese Curio Störe
KEnmucB Funes, oReeon.
This Is best accomplished by the free
use of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
This remedy liquefies the tough mu
cus and causes its expulsion from the
air cells of the lungs, produces a free
expectoration, and opens the secre
tions. A complete cure soon follows.
This remedy will cure a severe cold in
less time than any otiter treatment
and it leaves the system In a natural
and healthy condition.
acts any tendency toward pneumonia.
For sale liy 0. C. Chitwood.
«i. o. simen,
A<1<liti<ras «r smeitomrnta
may be made t« u »« m by->a*eupoa a majority
vote of th« member» present at a regular useet
ipg. written nnttcu of tbs proposed addition .
or amendment tearing been given and read at
a previous regular meeting.
In lb. Joelle»', Cwrt I m Link,111. Frwtnet.
XlamMh County St.I. ol O.»<.n
I. L. Ywlen.
F. O Multi and W R. Gray, part
ners at nml th and Gray; ifihses
and Kalmon, partners as Melmon
To F O Bmllte, W. !f Gray, and to (Salmon
and Halmou. partners under ttee firm name of
Ml mon and Ml mon; defendants:
In the name of the Mtate of Orsgon: You are
hereby required to appear and answer tbe
complaint filed against you In the above sn-
titled action on or before Friday the 1st day of
April, 1VM. being the last day of the-time pre
scribed In ths order tor publication of this
summons, the first pa bi leulion thersof being
on the IRth day of February, 1«M; and If you
fall so to answer, lor want thereof, the plain
tiff will take Judgement against you for glbu.OO
with Interest thereon at legal rate from Janu
ary 1. lfon. and for bis costs and disbursements
herein, and for tbe sale of attached property
This summons Is served by publication In
tbe Klamath Republican, by order ot Hon H
AKTlCLBrV: This club shall be composed C. Graves, Justice of the Fence lot Lin grille
only of persona who believe in the principles Precinct, Klamath County, Oregon, dated the
of the Republican Farty: and any male persoa 17th day of February, iWM. requiring that this
over the age of Iff years who is a resident of summons be published once a week for sts
Klamath county may become a member upon successive weeks commencing Fe ter nary, lkth
being elected as such by a majority rote of im.
tbe members gi tbe chib preepat at any regu
lar meeting, paying such membership fee as
may be provided by tbe by-laws, and signing
Haociow 3i -Any member* may, for sufficient
cause.be exi*lled Irons Mie elute by a two-
thirds vote of the members present al any
WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD.
regular meet I pg, such member having been
first given a feasonable opportunity to be
The first action when you hsve a
beard tn hledeksfise.
cold should be to relieve tbe lungs.
AKTICLK V: In ease of a vacancy occur
ring in any office of this club by reason of
death, resignation or otherwise, the executive
committee shall call a meeting for th« pur
pose of electing an officer U> fill such r «caney.
OFFICEBR TRFTR DTTfFJI AND BLBCTIOW.
ARTICLE IH: Tbe offerer. of thia chib ahall
be a president, a vice-president, a arc ret ary.
a treasurer and an executive committee which,
•ball be cornpow<l of tbe preaident, secretary,
and treasurer, and two other members who
•hall be elected ia tbe same manner aa other
officer« are cboaen
Barrio»?: The duties of tbe president, vice
president, secretary and treasurer shall be
such as are usually Incumbent on such officer«,
and such other duties aa may be provided for
by tbe by-laws of tbe club.
fixeilog 1: U steuh be tbe duty of the ex
ecutive committee, under the advice snd con
trol of the clnb IO hsve and exercise the gen
eral management and control of the affairs
and funds of the club and to organise clubs in
aitv and all precincts of the eounty. and in any
precinct where there shall be no organisation
they may appoint a corresponding secretary
whose duty shall be to keep this club informed
aa to the political situation In thsir respective
B bctiom 4: Tbe by«laws may provide for
other specific fin Uea of the executive com
8acnow5: AH officers of this club shall be
elected by major My ballot at tbe regular bi-en-
nial meeting, which shall be held in the first
Instance immediately after the adoption of
this const!tution,and hereafter at the hour of
S o’clock p m . on the second Monday of Janu
ary of eeeb alternate yenr. Ail officers shall
bold office for two years and till their succes
sors shall have been elected and qualified.
1 R. RUMIS.
AHI MARTIN JR
Farms, Stock Ranches
Dry and Irrigated
Lands, Cimber Claims
Cogging and mill sites
City property and Bus
iness chances in Klam
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
First Class Horses
Feed Stables ï)’s
Y44U’ * Se
Teams with or without Drivers
I. i “brA
Phan», Kain 183
We are still Doing Business
ot ttie old stand
Finest Line of Harness and Saddles
on hand no have 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.
Wo are now moved into our
new building at oast end
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Falls, Oregon, '