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Office and House Furnishing»-
is daily receiving new Spring and Sum
and Gents up to date Furnishing Goods,
Shoes, Hats, Boys and Childrens Clothing.
Biggest line of goods ever brought into Klamath coun- i
ty. My goods are not at the railroad. They art here, i
Call and inspect them >>>>•»*>
B. St. Geo. Bishop, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
i /%*»*****<**♦* iasaaav
Boys Suits Just
25 CENT VALUES
Regular Value $1.50
While They Last
San Francisco, Cal.,
for Men, Boys and Children
and Outing Shows
Noyes, Norman á Co’s
- - IN -
Overalls, Jumpers, Kaki Suits
and Working Clothes
A FIT GUARANTEED
NEW LINE OF MEN’S SUITS
will be our aim to handle only
THAT ARE RIGHT
With more than »9000 now avail
able in our road fund, mail« delayed
and travel practically suspended for
I want of needed repairs on the Keno-
i*okcgama road. not one dollar in be
ing expended for that purpose.
our economical County Court asleep,
or are they simply indifferent to the
needs of this entire community?
s/1 150 at
Sale price $1.00 per suit
THURSDAY. APRIL 21, HMM
75 Suits Men’s
Oss year (in advance)
$1.50 to $6.00
■ darai mow baybs :
lei's Sommer Underwear
> > AGENTS J» >
WESLEY O. SMITH,
Published «Tirf Tbnr^», b,
The Central Oregonian at Silver
Lake aaya: “There has been consid
erable talk going around during the
past few months among the citizens
of this section and Klainath county In
regards to a twlce-a-week mall ser
vice from Silver Lake to Fort Klam
ath and connect with the Klamath
Falls stage at that point. We have
been informed that a petition will be
! circulated in the near future asking
' the department to grant a mall ser
vice via this route. Thia is a matter
of public importance to the people of
northern Lake county, aa a mall ser
vice by that route would corinevl the
people of this valley In direct com
munication with Klamath county
and the rallroari. There is no ques
tion but that there would be sufficient
mall to entitle a twice-a-week service,
although a mall service by till« route
was refused by the department some
years ago, but as thia part uf the
counlry ha« undergone a radical
change In development of both popu
lation and wealth during the past
few year« that now entitle« us to bel
ter mail services than we have had
Hie pleasure of enjoying heretofore.
A petition would be signed by every
patron of this office and no doubt
would meet with the same result at
Here is a chance for the citizens of
Fort Klamath to do a little hustling.
They should get up a petition and
•ee that everybody algns It and by ere
operating with the people from Sil
ver Lake, they can establish a twlce-
a-week mail service. There Is no
greater Inducement for the settler or
homeseeker than a good mail serilcr,
so If you want to bolld up your coun
try see that you get It.
you that we mean what we say
Mail Orders Receive Our Prompt Attention
Klamath ¡Commercial Kompany
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes.
Xo<lc. I, h.r.b, (Iren ikat ihr pa.m.r.hlp
of RbiMkds A Arnett has l<een dissolved «»y
mutual consent. W P Rhowda «nrrewdlng to
the bualneaaof the partnership, and to collect
all accounts dus It and pay all outstanding
W f R noí M
a complete and up to date line of
I. F. DAVIES.
WAR DECLARED ON CHINA.
Commencing April Qth, during
the entire month
Crockery and Glassware will
be sold at cost
o o <> -O—
Baldwin's Hardware and Crockery Store.
We hare nwd < bnmberiain'a Coll-,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Hrtnedy In
our family for years, aaya Mra. J. H.
Gtoke, of Nederland«, Texan. We
hare glren It to all our r hlldren. We
hare uaed other medicine« for
the mine purp<w, but nerer found
anything to equal Chamberlain'a. If
you will al way« ore It an directed It
will alwaya cure.
Fur aale by C. C.
Notice of Dtocoiutiow of PartuersMp.
tafofy Dtpon< Box—
Country Produce taken In exchange for floods
Colic. Cholera and
Remedy for Howel Complaints
EXC H A NG E STA BEES
W. W. HAZEN. Proprietor,
▼ Vi y •
and Northern a
H°ri»cs boarded l»y day, week or month.
flay and Grain bought and mild.
conveyed to all parts of Southern Oregon
lifornia nt the very lowest rates.
Telephone Connection Bctw<xn Atablc and Motel
Linkville. Phone Main 14
Notfc« To Creditors.
Jtotle* la hereby given that Chsrlee H. R«rt
dnrf ha« Keen •pfw’i nt cl «»1 tn inlet rat nr of ih>
estate of ( harles R<irg«1<>rl. «IreeaoeH. an<1 all
l-eranne having ria ma atfalnst said retate are
roqtieeterl to present them dttly verlAed to the
undersigned within alt months from the date
of this notice, at Dairv. K lamath rrwinty Ore
AdwiInMrstof ef (be estate of f*hsrlee Hnrg
Dated at Klamath Falla. Oregon. March Iff
Notke for PwbllcatkM.
Land (Mtoae at l^tkevlew Orason,
March « fWM
Wrvfkc is hpfrhv vivan that the follow I nv
named «etiler has fl IM notlra of hl« Intantion
tn make Anal proof In snpf^rt nf hie claim and
that «aid f.rrw.f will
miulr before Oro T
Baldwin, fmmt v Jiidv* of K lamath Cnnnff al
I hl« nlfirr in Klamath Falla. f»rm,aa May IJ
DEMOCRATS ON A RAMPAGE.
Fl MFR MOORK,
Hd enfrv Mn 711» for the M'JlWU. *er 1. MR»«
d RerrBLK.AM—The democrats RF', «nd Lot 17. Mrr 4,Tp m R R 11 F W M
He names the folk.wfnff wltpeaea« tn prove
have President Roosevelt between the hie
continuous residence upon and PMftlratfwR
devil and the deep sea. Wall street of «aid land vis: <’ M Gardner. F R Reefer.
Frank VanMeter SfM J R faeev. all of Red
J. if, Maleon. Reglater.
condeins him for his opposition to the held. Oregon.
WEST SIDE STABLES
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
First Class Horses
trusts and the denvicratic convention
condemns him for favoring trusts. 1
see they endorse Jackson, Jefferson,
1« to 1 and Hearst. They should do
as a populist told me to do a few years
ago. He was condemning the repute
I lean party for putting a tariff on
everything we use. I asked him,
••What do you use that is taxed;” he
said “sugar, tea and coffee.” 1 said
to him, “there is no tax on tea and
coffee,” when he swelled up and said,
••my friend you better go home and
read up.” I think that la what the
democratic resolutions committee
should do so that the voters would
know where they are at. Occasional.
Fort Klamath, Apr. 19, 190».
innENSE DAIRY COUNTRY.
If you will give us a trial we will convince
lug »00 poiincl* » <U» If lb»’ tiitvtumry
market ran I* twcurrd.
only lx’tlolie wheo * rallrvittl Klioultl
rcst-b K<-nv vr ax the counlry mora
Till» va*t territory which lx de»
line»! to Itettuiie the great dairy coun
try of Oregon 1» Kituate»! in the
northern part of Klamath county and
Include« the Wtaid Hirer and Wil-
llamaon Hirer ralleya.
The former Ilea north of Upper
Klamath l«ake and 1« about tuelre
tulle« «quart. Il Mop«a rery gently
toward« theaouth and la wonderfully
well watered by creeka and Wood
River. Owing to the general topo
graphical clmracterlatlca a
amount of the ralley la naturally Ir
rigated and la gra* land, front which
thoaaanda of tona of hay are pul up
for winter feeding. Thia ralley la at
preaent almoal excltutlrcly devoted to
Willlatnaon Hirer valley extenda
from ttie mouth of Wllllauinon Hirer,
where It emptlealnto Upper Klautatli
Lake, for fifty inllea to the oortbeaat
and with ita varloua tributary ralley«
form« a large ayatcm of fertile agri
cultural, meadow and natural grana
land» aupplemcnted by excellent
range on ttie aurrvttndlng bill« and
mountain«. The ralley rarle« ftom
half a mile to fifteen tn ilea In width
and contains tlte 'ant Klamath utarah
of aonte tio.ooo acres.
Republican In Polities, and »termed to the
Timber. Agricultural. Block and Wool luivrcsts
ot the great Klamath ('ouutjr.
THE LADIES DEPARTMENT
mer merchandise in Dry Goods, Ladies I '
THE VERY LATEST
E R. REAMES.
Everything in Furniture, Undertaking Good»,
O. P. Mishler, of Albany, says the
Wood River Country Will flake
Greater Dairy Country than the
O. P. Mishler, of Albany, has pur
chased the Looaley creamery on
Woori River of I). Perozzi of Ash
land and will commence operations
soon. Mr. Mishler was In the city
Monday enroute to Albany after Ills
family. He will soon be a resident
of Fort Klamath.
Mr. Mishler is an experienced
creamery man and predicts that the
Wood Rirer valley with proper ship
ping facilities would soon outclass
the Willamette Valley as a dairy
He will put up about
3000 pounds of butter a month be
sides a quantity of cheese but says
1 the present plant is rapable of handl-
Teams with or without Drivers
Phono. Ham 193
Drnnr'mrnt of thr imrrlor. ttnllMt NUIM
lool,» Or Vo, jw Mrw.
A itilRrlrnl ronlrat affldnrlt ha,tn( bern
filrn In thl. ofllr. h,
■ nf.axaln.t Homr.tr«,1 Zntry So Z5II mart,
rrbrn»r,J7, 1'0? Io.
Her IS, and
\, «'"1 "S s W,. H,‘r n. ¥,. W H. K 10 X
y W. by John K Kcafty, conteatra. In which It
1« alleged that said Beatty has abandoned
•aid lands and left the country, and 1« not
now and never waa a legal resident of the
•ame; that there fa not now any claimant on
the same bin contestant
That said alleged
afwenre from «aid land was not due to hl« rm
plovment in rl r army navy or marine corps
of the United Mtates a* a private soldier, officer
•earnan or marine during the war with Mpaln
nr during any other war In which the United
Mtatrs rnav be engaged, said parties are hereby
notified t<* appear, respond and offer evidence
Kuching said allegation at 10 o'clwrk a m on
April W. imm iwfore G ff Wardwell. V R Com
mlMloner at Mllvrr Mire, Oregon, (and that
final hearing will be held at Iff o'clock a m.
on May If. 1< xm before) the Register and Re-
CH yer at the United Htatea |«and Office at Ixike-
The •aiTrontesfant having, In a proper affl-
Ried Ocn.f^r 2». IWrt. set forth facta
which show that after due diligence pemonal
■ervlce of thia notice cannot lie made, It la
hereby ordered and directed that atich notice
r* given by dm- and proper publication In the
Klamath Republican, published at Klamath
J *< Watson, Register.
C. U. Bnider, Receiver.
HEREFORD STOCK FARM.
Drews Valley, Oregon
BULLS FOR SALE
Registered Hereford Bute
12 month to 2 jure old.
Until May 1st I will sell one or all at one hundred dollars each.
Address, F. 0. Bunting, Lakeviaw. Oregon.
We are still Doing Business
nt tlio old «ato«1<l
Notice is hereby given
that there are funds In
We now have the
the county treasury for
the redemption of all
Klamath county warrants
han onr had mado up-
protested on and prior to
January 15, 1900. Inter Our Stock is complete in every detail- Our elm 1« t°
est on same will cease
trade right and give the best value» for the money
from this date.
to be had. Repairing and Carriage Trim
Dated at Klamath Falls,
Oregon, this 24th day of
ming done by competent men.
BRADLEY & GUNTHER- ..
M. H. Van Valkenburg,
Klamath F*»* °"r*
County Treasurer. Main Street,
Finest Line of Harness and Saddles