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c. C. BROWER,
Best Cough Medklns tor Children.
■>• W. Hamakar, who has been Promloewt Klamath f alls .Mage Man
Ralaraiioe by perial«wl.,n I
■Has I rum I'.Wecta of InfurI«» Re
Owing to repoh» on the dtVch th«r» watching the outcome of the republl-
Mxll.mal Bank and Aalœia Savings
ceived In a Runaway,
wNI toe no power lor three a,*,. can <"•>•,vent lorin at Haiem and Port
Luk >4 A»t»rl*, Oreg,,,,.
Hoban, Klamath Water voaaumers ptea»« b» »»
Marple passed away yester
land, returned home yesterday.
F»ll«. Or- Ill on®, Main IU4.
nomkal as p<m»lbl, ,a Wm
day afteruoon at 4:15 at the home of
Uspt. it. F, Uevlnney, District
oa accMdt o< Hre protection.
John Way on the Ager road, from
When you buy a cough medicine
for small children you want one in
which you can place Implicit confi
dence. You want one that not only
relieve« but cure«. You want one
l»*puty Grand Master Workman, will
that Is Unquestionably harmless. You
l ight A Water Co.
be bent about the 25th of the month. I tile effects of Injuries received In a want one that Is pleasant to take.
— fame Nock Novelties. >n,e ur|,.k II''
He will put
two _ moot ba In I runaway
IM days. aged 54 yean 6 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy u^«et»
l*‘l» ami Lake county ill the Intel eat
I all of thHie condition*. There is
Office lu ll»® XartisiAc-AM Building.
Mr. Marple was Injured laat Bun
nothing so good for the cougtia and
Attorney ). 0. Hutenlc relurmxl ,, r U m A, <). u. w,
day morning aa he waa returning to
Atemeth Fall», Ongoa.
Hunilay from Port land.
•>ur next couoty clerk, W. P. thia city from Ager with a four- cold» Incident to childh<x>d. It Is
Mian Ktlna Clark, who baa Ixo-n Itliwl»i,f Merrill, was In the city lhe horse team and about 2000 pound» of | al»o a certain preventive and cure for
'croup, and there lx no danger what
visit Ing the post winter In Lakeview, Hist of the week. Tile firm of Rhoads freight. He bad left Shovel creek
MARK L. BURNS
ever from whooping cough when It is
returned to the city Thursday even
In the morning and had »topped at
liusliiess have dissolved, Mr. Rlutuds Mr. Way’» place to waler the horse«. ■ given. It has been used in many
epidemics of that disease with per-
buying out Ills parluef.
Thia was just accomplished when
The ladles of tlie Mrthixllat church
Klamath Fall», Oregon.
! feet success. For sale by C. C. Obit-
Summer Corsets all color». — the leader» started up and Mr. Mar
will give one of their popular M> lau
ple In grabbing the line« and trying
in lhe church on Friday evening The Brick store.
W E. Cope and family returned] to stop them was thrown under the
wagon which paused over hlin with
—Up U. date Shirt Waist« Tlie
250 acre« of * g<xxi farm IBIIU
, i «ht’ » breal «.
GENERAL FREIGHTER, llrlck Store.
have I m -<'|| »pending lhe winter. They \
v , . 7, la a . '/.
cleared which can be had
left tills morning for Klamath Ageu- several rlt« and Injuring him Inter- year for lhe plowing and sowing, free
Mont K. I*
Prompt and careful attention
Hutchison iniikes your
He was carried into tl e of rent.
II. A. Ein,nitL
rubtx-r stain | m to order, and hatxlh-k cy, where Mr. Cope 1» employed by nally.
|u all orders ...........................
house and medical assistance was '
all kln<la of ufllce supplie». Send in
TOWN TREASURER’S NOTICE.
He buffered continually
irrigation ditch which is being built summoned.
on the reservation.
....I,. .- la
uvrcoy given that
Judge L. F. Willits returned
Tbc tsxly was brought to this city are funds in the town treasury for
lion. Robert Eminltt was in Ash
evening from Nan
land b«lav returning to his Klamath laat night and the funeral services the redemption of the
Fr«ncl»co, where they have
United State» Contmtetioner,
: 1055, 1058, 1057, 1058, 1 1059,
been county home from the state» republi will be conducted from the residence '
spending the winter.
KLAMATH PALLS, ORE.
can convention. Mr. Emmltt attri at 2 p. rn. txxiay. Interment will be 1087, 1088, 1026, 1054, 1062. 1 1070,
A m Mack, who has been spending bute» hl« defeat for renomlnallon to In the Klamath Fall» cemetery.
1071, 1073, 1074, 1077, 1069, 1 1079,
OEACAML LAND BUSINBSS.
R. W. Marple was born at Fair- 1080, 1081, 1082, 1075, 1078, 1 1072,
Uic winter In l*orlland, arrived in the the Mixxly men because he voted for
city Tuesday and will visit with hl» Senator Mitchell and John Shook 1 mount Park, Philadelphia, In 1849. 1083, 1084, 1085, 1086, 1087, 1 1088,
■ LUC PRINTS
10H9, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1093, J
»>>n-in-law, Sniu'l Walker.
who was »ulmtltutixi for him Is not After attending the schools of that 1095, 1096, 1097, 1098. Interest 1094,
furnished of ahy lamia in Klaniatli Co.
— Novelty ready to wear veils— loved for his action In going back on
cease from this date.
CarracttMM received dell y.
The Brirk Store.
him, It iwing under»l4xxi SI look was
Dated at Klamath Falls, Or., this
way company a» corresponding clerk; 14th day of April, 1904.
II. II. VonValkrnburg returned <-lrct,'<| »» an Emmltt delegate.—Ash
J. W. S ikmens , Town Treasurer.
wax also for a time city ticket agent
Tuesday from Portland.
Mr. Van land Tribune.
of the Philadelphia A Reading rail
NOTICE 1OW PUBLICATION.
Valki-nburg was named a» a inemlvr
Tlie high waler which has exceed
way. He came to Yreka In 1878 and
of lhe Republican State Central Com ed anything seen here for the past I
Desert Land, Final Proof.
look a mall contract; was afterward
J. W. SIEMFNS, b'p'ter.
ten years, has floated several hun i
Lakeview, Oregon, April 11, 1904.
employed in the county clerk'» office.
Notice 1» hereby given that Orpha
— l^dlee Covert
Ulster«. The dred logs which were grounded along He engaged In stock-raising In Big
F. Swingle, of Lorella, Klamath
the lake and river and these hare I
Gunline** and (rood Work
Valley, Cal., in 1882, but later moved county, Oregon, has filed notice of
Judge Italy of Lakeview paosni been coming down all week.
bl» cattle to th [a county.
Intention to make proof on her desert
nesday and Thursday a regular fleet
through U m city Friday enroute to
Since then he has conducted a stage land claim No. 48*. for the NEj,
4/10 Agent for LONDON AND |5>rtland where he will represent the of row Ixatt» was out oti lhe lake line and livery business, being pro NW* BE*. Sec 13 T 40 S II 13 E W
M, before Geo. T. Baldwin, County
hauling In these logs for wixxi. I
|k-u>ocrala of i^tke Uouuty In the
LANCASHIRE HRE INS. CO.
prietor of the Western Stage company Judge of Klamath Co, at Klamath
About 80,000 feet of logs waa
and the Mammoth Stables In this Falls, Oregon, at his office in the
M»cd and now many Klamath Falls
E II lleainca and wife, who have rexldents have a full winters supply city. He was married In Minneapo aforesaid town on Saturday, the 2*tth
lis to MI mi E. M. Tomlinson and his day of May, 1904. She names the fol
been spending tlie winter In San of wood laid up.
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS
lowing witnesses to prove the com
wife and six children survive him: I I plete Irrigation and reclamation of
Franciaro and also visiting friend» In
Latest Walking and Dress Skirts. Mrs. Lvdia Lennox, Walter and said
Geo. Noble, T. H. Wilk-
’ ‘ land:
lhe Rogue Uiver Valley, returned
Tlie Brick Store.
Charles Marple, Mr». Greta Bradley, erxon, Eugene Wilkerson, Orbra
The levee a few miles below town, and Jessie and Agnes Marple, ali of Campbell, all of Lorella, Or.
Meals at all Hours
'Mr load of barb wire and nails at
J. N. Watson, Register.
wax constructed ahmg the this city.
George Hum'» Hardware btore, k-xxl
for Liquor IJ cense.
Day or Night > >
C. N. Hawkina of tlie Klamath
To the Hon. County Court of the
Oysters, any Style
<'anal CoiufMiiy, wvompaiiled by F. «I'Higli, broke laat Saturday. A strip Prominent Klamath County Stock- State of Oregon, for Klamath county.
We, the undersigned, residents and
E. .shore, E. J. Turner and J. T. «t«iul .0 feel wide was washed out.
men Huy 1 horougtibretl Per-
legal voters of Plevna precinct, in
Prewitt of Hollister, Calif., arri v<xl J. F. Adams and W. C. Dalton with
1 said county and state, respectfully re
a crew <>f men have been working on
in the city last evening.
The aterkmen of Klamath county quest that a license to sell spirituous,
] It since Sunday trying to repair the
mult and vinous liquors, in less quan-
Klamath Falla Tailoring Suit*, I tiauiag«' but it la slated that
in said pre-
If the have Iwgan to realize the necessity of I : titiea than
|>aiita and overcoat» made to order in I water rises much higher, it Is
liable i lmpr<\ Ing their breed of horses and rinct, for a period of six______
first clsoa style. Also cleaning, re- ( i to overflow in a doten place«,
are buying pure *»••>*< muck for the 4th day of May, A. D., 1904, be
pairing and Otting. Drvsa suits a would result in the water from
granted to Fred Flock, of Kenu, tn Main Street, Near Bridge« Klattiath Falls, Oregon.
Klam- breeding purp<ae». Last year when
G. U. Janate.-I'rop’r. ] atb River running Into Lxat
C. T. Oliver of Merrill purchased and the precinct aforesaid, and your peti
tioners ax In duty bound will ever
Hol lunchea served at the Grill and thereby raise Tule Lake ao aa brought Into tills county a string of pray. Said petition will be presented
SPRING ANO SUMMER MILLINFRY
<Mfe, free from 12 to 2 p. iu . and from to A«d many of the residents of thoroughbred Percheon and Clyde to said Court on the 4th day of Mar, PATTERS HATS
READY TO WEAR HATS
D m SRB HATj
10 to It p. m.
If i that country and cause Immense Stallion». Uie people said that it 1904.
J E Newbanka, W F McCollum.
would tie impossible to find a market
J. V. Houston and S. T. Summers damage. It has been decided U) use
Marcus Anderson. Daniel R Doten, C
left Saturday morning fur IMlland the big dredger in repairing the levee
J Sly, C J McCollum, C Willson. L W
style and quality fof
Fabric Photography on to attend the demucraUc stale con- I j but it is doulitful If it can be got to of this opinion has been proven and Anderson, A D Gillman. F H Down
ing. Geo Morgan, M C Low, E M
i I vcnlloa. Judge Baldwin who is the work In tttne.
money than can be obtained elsewhere. Our prices
m<Mt of these horses are now owned Morgan, C W Corbin, C Nickerson,
Silk and Lueterlne
other delegate is already In 1‘urtland.
the lowest Hats trimmed to order..................
A I RIGHTFUL ACCIDENT.
by Klamath county stockmen, who
- New Belta, Waist SeU and Hair
—o—o <> —
Ladies Furnishings, Dress Trimmings, hair Goods, Combs, etc;
now appreciate the value of raising a ter Anderson. L H Doten, Thomas
Kealiher, John Fiock, Get) C Way.
Another awful accident occurred
< irnauicnta. The llrlck Store.
MRS. J. C. PEREZ, PROPRIETOR.
higher standard of ho non. Since the Ray Anderson, B W McCormick. C M
You art invited to call at
last night, which will probably result
Mont E Hutchison will do your
first of thia month, Mr. Oliver has Madison, T J Downing. A Shur, A F
In the death of Dr. G. W. Maston of
type writing with neatness and dis
sold the following horse«;
The two- R o I mt U, O Tibbetts, W C Cradock,
thia city. Dr. Maaton was returning
patch. And also notorial work; legal
year-old lVrcheon ■■Highland Chief," 11 F Chapman, Fred Chapman. C A
Burrows, R A Eunuitt, 1 J Whitcomb
from the death Iasi of IL W. Marple
papers pertaining to the transfer of
weight 1600 was purchased by J. A. F Fiock.
and waa accompanied by Mr«. Lenox,
Nichols of Bonanza.
real estate a gpaclally.
Nones—The undersigned will on
daughter of Mr. Marple. When near
site p>«t office.
old Percbeon “Ooin Paul," weight Wednesday, the 4th day of May, 1904
the Eiumltl place, at about 12
apply to the County Court of Klam
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS.
- Orders taken for I ad Ira Tailor u'chrk, the buggy dropped Into a 1545 was sold to Edw. Terwilliger of ath County, Or., for the issuance of
This may seem but has
Made Suita, Sklrta and Jacket*.—The chuck hole and the doctor was thrown
the license to me as above prayed for
It ever ■ «•curred to YOU
rill is now the owner of the one-year- In the above and foregoing petition,
out, one of hia feet catching in the
old Percheon, "Roderick
Dhu, ” of which all persons may take due no
that YOU can protect
W. A. Massengill passed through wheel and the leg was wound around
F red F iock .
The two-year-olds tice.
YOUR family and YOUR
tlie city Wc«liwTu!ay «n route tn tAke- the axel, breaking It below the knee
were sold for 8«00 each and "Ihid-
Notice for Publlcatioa.
Mr. MaMcngili did some g<»«l and nearly tearing it off. Mrs. Lenox
estate with a policy in
A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY
erlck Dhu” for 8400. Klamath coun
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon.
the EQUITABLE I IKK
ty already Is noted as a cattle coun
March ». 1*M
i securing everything that was coining and succeeded in extricating Mr. Mas- try and if more men would follow the
Notice la hereby riven that the following-
that la good for Its face
named Mltler ha* filed notice of her intention
I must make room for my new summer
Ion. The leg was torn very nearly
I, to latke County and mote.
make final prt*nf in support of her claim
value any day that you
example of the above sUx’kmen they to
and that «aid proof will be made before Geo. T
1 — There
goods. Take advantage of this sale now* CO
la a chance In your life to
could easily add to that, the reputa Baldwin, County Judge of Klamath County.
■nay die, and that la also
Oregon, at hia office at Klamath Falla, Or., on
Lenox finished the work With a
tion of breeders of high-class horses. May 11. 1904. vir:
i get a good suit mndr In the new
worth In cash all the pre
FEA KI. WE A DEN
knife and bound the leg tightly
IJd entry So 2*4
the *W'i« Hee 80. Tp 40 S.
I Klamath Falls Tailor Shop.
K 14 E W M. She names the following wit
miums you shall have pnld
above the knee.
ne»Nes to prove her eontinuoua reaideuee upon
I J. O. Pierce, C. If. Withrow and then summoned and the unfortunate
and cultivation of «aid land, via: K. H. <’
(and pro flu tw»l<l«s) If you
William«. W. H. Copeland, R C. Cowley and
F- H. Mills were arrival» on Mon- man waa taken to II. A. Einmitt'» I
F. D. Swingle, all of Lorella, Oregon.
Il vs twenty yearsf ' Its
| day '* boat. M r. Pierce baa t>ecn house and Doctor's Hargue and
J. N. Walton. Regiater.
of pupila of the Klamath Falls public
true. Fur the proof and
»pending a few weeks in Nan Fran- White were summoned from this schools who were neither tardy nor
Notice for Publication
I cisco and Messer». Withrow «nd Mills
full particulars ask
city. At last reports Doctor Maaton absent during the month ending Apr.
Land Office at Lakeview. Orocon,
The Klamath County Lhe Stoci
were In attendance al Ilin Republl- was still living but there are amali 15, 1904.
March SO. 1WM.
WILL S. WORDF.N,
Notice I p hereby riven that the followinff-
will pay the above rc-
, can state convention at Portland.
named settler has filed notice of hit intvi tion
hopes for his recovery.
7 tti and S th oradk
to make final proof in support of hia claim
arrest and donvlctioi. of
“Orthopedic" shoes for ladles.
Lillie Ainelt) Minnie Barnum, Lena and that said proof will be made before Geo.
Klamath rails, Oregon.
T Baldwin , County Judge of Klamath County.
any person or persons found guilty of
The Brick Store.
Barnum, Perry De Lap, Harry Goel- Oregon, at hi» office in Klamath Fglli, Oregon,
Stealing or altering the mark? or
on III) It. 1*M. via:
Metlmdiat church -Sunday school
brands of any stock belonging to any
WILLIAM H. CROSS
The general health of the com- ler, Alexander Martin, Holly Siemens
Hd entry No. 242». for the WUStlJ. RE’4SWVr.
member of this asaociation.
Winnie Withrow, Etta Arnett. Sallle Bee .10. Tp .1WH, R 11 K W M. lie name« tne fol
I at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. tn., niunlty Is good.
H four Eye» are Weak
Address Chas. Horton, President^*
lowing witneaavs to prove his continuous resi
ana subject, ••Christian Light."
dence u|Min and cultivation of said land via:
Farmers are complaining that the
or J. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
worth league st 7 p. m., subject, ground la ntlry In places and it delays Edna Fish, Vernle Houston, Jesse Vaughn of Bonanaa, Or,, and L. M. VanMeter
J. N Watson, Register.
Hunsaker, Amy Lenz, Agnes Marple, of Bed field, Or.
"Christian Education in Missionary
r" taltiii GI imm ud Eye Wuh lands," Lyda Sigler, leader. Preach- plowing.
KLAMATH LAKE RA1LROAE CO.
Flora Shlve, George Stevenson and
Bill Woods lost a valuable horse a Glenn Fountain.
few days ago.
5 th and 6 th oradks
Aahlsnd. Orrtnn. Jon *• >•»•.
in arrscT O ctober is , wt
A man from Dairy noticing R. A.
fell th»l m, •,«!«»■ la m,
Lloyd De Lap, Cecil Fish, Majorla
101 boys' suit« just received at Einmltt’s adv. in laat issue of Re
about goaa when I eonauUed ymi
McClure, Leo Houston, John Hunsa
■An., my eyaa. i am now ala» ■« xsv (hat I llainmond'», the leading clothier.
aahaaeS a« wonderlnlly. My ay»>t»hl la bai
7 A. M.
brima »nd I am nol Ironbld
Alex Martin, Jr. wax awarded the es to know If Mr. Emmltt will fur Leila Newman, Irene Ilútenle, John
S P. M.
•Uh hea,larbaa a. I waa. The «■»••»• ara
contract to carry the mall between nish seed, teams and farming Imple nie Siemens, Bertha Slater, Walter
tMOiii and eaay Io my ayea.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured
Pokrgama and Klamath Falls.
The ments on the same terms.
Turner, Aithur Willson and Ralph
new contract tiegan on the 17th, and
W't'sstrln's Eye W ish cures Gran-
I have been subject to sciatic fuc >
■listed Lida, Weak, Mattery and In the mall for the present will he car Sunday last *»• Ih" «ccepti«n.
3 rd ajnd 4 th grades
for years, says E. H. Waldron
flamed Eye«, Kt rained and Tired Eyes ried by th« Klamath Luke Naviga I gentleman,—I will not mention his
Glenn Beals, Harry Galarncau,
of Wilton Junction, Iowa. My j-’n
For child or adults, by mall 50 cent«. tion Co. and the Sunset Stage Com
name because be treated—sunice It Kelton Gunther, Ralph Hum, John
were stiff and gave me much pain and
Addresa DR. J. K. CANTKIN, Orr-
to »ay that he is an ex-editor, tied a Nelson, Inez Elliot, Lizzie Houston,
discomfort. My joints would cra<
«on institute of Optemct ry, Ashland,
—Snappy Laces, Trimmings and
Hazel Summers, Jimmie Sigler, Don
when I straightened up. I r-.d
dle lions' lie left the horse stand-
INSTRUCTION BOOKS !
ald Worden, Loyd Wllano, Octavia
l’ain Balm and hr rd
Notice lor 1‘ubllcation.
been thoroughly cured. Have n..
Married—Mr. Ainos Simmons sod whll« became tangled In the bridle Arnett, Audrey Farrar, Kathryn
> and dR
rein and began to buck, with the re Gray, Vera Houston, Ruth White
Land (Vfflrr ai «<>«eh«rf, cn-tnn.
had a pain or ache from the old ‘ mu«
Ml«« Myrtle G om , both well known sult that tho eggs were all smashed
March ». 1«M.
xoihwi, h.rrhy >lv,n ihai the l>>UoAln(.
STRINGS, ALL KINDS
and Grata McMillan.
for many month«. It iac'’ttai’»l
I **"l«r ha, «[•<! narice nl hl« Inleudnn young people of Bonanza, were mar and the horse wax given an egg
1»T AMD 2MB ORAHBS
a ino«t wonderful liniment. Foi .
hn,í proal In «nppnri M hl« i-lalm,
Rev. J. D. Griffith at his xhamp*». Put Callahan's team tak
»iJj11,?' ’•''I W'«' «til h* made betör, Cba«. i ried by
by C. C. Chitwood,
Elsie Burns, Aileen Davis, Paul
uSyB.V S CnvmlMloiiar, al bl» <>«,• »t
fracas, tried to run
home on Lnat river, • Sunday,
■•<UorS, OfMoa. on April 10. iwn. »Hl
in badly splint
u . , _ lll>RT¡MF.It * Kl'pv „
TO THE TRAUE.
L?,*"*». f® W lor tha S'^NW*. |tW'<Nm<,
Lottie Rottecrants, Charles Lens, Bee
Candidates seem to be reserving Summers, Floyd McMillan,
i their home In I
Corns and look at our fine line <>«
"«I»"« ih» Inllowln« wlin»««»«
it.SfP!’®non, r,,ld»n»» upon
their campaign until nearer elrcii™
Harness and Saddles now mnd » up,
"n . 1 i Mr. Simmons Is employed.
t>»nk I 'S-
Clift, Leon Boggs, Alfred Cas tel, and
Stitched Swede [Mry Is always ready tor them
W< take plsaxura I q dianjaylng Uvu
— Ladies Faucy I------
. Ap'U J a, ¡BO«. DL1AT
Gloves —U m Bzldc Store-
SPRING AND SUMMER
H. C. OWÆVKM
j. n. nooRE,
Waistings, Shirt Waists
C. H. WITHROW,
Summer Dress Goods
New Line of up to date
Dry Goods, Etc, Etc
fUMATH BARBER SHOP
• o *
I. W. BURRISS, Prop.
Headquarters for AH Stage Lines.
Kates $1.50 and $2.00 per day.
Novelties in Photography
OHL won NOVELTIES
READY TO WEAR HATS
Livery, Feed and Sale
Drug and Stationery