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c. C. ¡MOWER,
*' l,ng bull* left, ranging from 12 to
JOHN S. SHOOK MARRII.S.
I Bent Cough Medichi« for Children
-1 "">ni hs old, who h lie I* offering
'OilII June Isi al *7« a bead.
M'licn you buy a cough medicine
ol kl«m«th County Marrl«« In
I ••<■ merchant« ate being kept busy
for small children you want one In
11 '''lays unpneklng new giHid«. The
which you can place implicit confi
Great wax tlK Hiirprlxe <>f many of
r" 'i'lil whl. h has |M>en left nt tlm the f: i< nd* of J«>hn s. Bhixik wlmn h«* dence. You want one that not only
'■iiloaul *oine Huie on account of the hi'iepti-d the nomination for joint relieve« but cures. Von want one
O’ now Ix.ing brought In. I'-pi.-Mmatlve from Klamath, Lake, that 1« unquestionably harmless. You
T. A. Bull« «nd «if» ,,f M(.rrlt|
Ib'ht. lluiiMakur, J'*. Moore and * lixik and linuit counliea on flic fie- want one that Is pleasant to take.
putdh'an ticket, as he ha* always
««•re ilsitors hi the city Monday.
I "11". Hi. Im anlved ycsieidny from
Chamberlain‘a Cough Remedy meets
fought shy of pidltlcal offices, but we
' ar l<Md of barb wire anil nail* at 'v'-r, i , m 1, with a train lo.id.
have no wind Io i-xpreiw thel» f< clings all of th) «e conditions. There Is
• i. org.) Hum*» llardwai« hloi« 1
Oflio« In tl>* KwimiitAX Building.
'•»«r ('urinina, Curlnln G«x>d* and at Hie annouir i-imnt of his marriage nothing so go<,d for tlie coughs and
last Miiim.ci.iv in Portland t*> Mr*. mid’ Inddetit to childtokxl. It is
Klamath I alls, Orinoti.
•’urtelr* Th« Brick Store.
Coia III.ike of that city, as Mr. Sliook I
Fancy M< rcerlu <1 Skirling* The
also a certain preventive and cure for
Hurry Momyer mid wife of Klam- his slway* Ix-eii con*id«-red pnx.f
croup, and there is no danger what
MARK L. BURNS
C .Mir «ml try 5o cent« worth of l,hAg.||< , p.|„n,.,| through the city ceremony wax performed Ly Judge ever from wlusiplng cough when it is
«lam ing Kalutilaj night m tlie opera ''■■'■nl.iy i.n route to Eureka, < .«I. M aid«mar S)-toii. al the residence of given. It has been used in many
'G Momyer, who bus lieen Himoclated the bride’s brother-in-law and sister,
epidemics of that disease with per-:
"''hhi* father In buxlneaa at the Dr. and Mr». J. V. Meleen.
1 feet success. For sale by C. C. Cbit-
Al lend the dance Saturday night
K'anwth Falls, Oregon.
T h«- Aslilaud Record has the f«>l-i
Agency, I* going to try a warmer
' al the opi'ia I iouih ' from h until
in regard to Mr. Shookt
' hniat«' ami will locate In Humbolt lowing
"T here are lew stronger characters |
"lUrily, ( ai. jj,. |M u vcfy |Hlpular in Southern Oregon than John Sh«x«k.
Mm. W. W. Mi k< rw.fl, of Yalimx,
-'"""K mull and has a Imai of friends A career of many year* covering the
250 acres of good farm land fenced
I was vlslUnx In Hie City the lust ,,f
1,1 Klamath county who will la: «otry le st part <,f hi* manhood was spent
cleared which can lie bad one
(lENEKAL FREIGHTER. i Ib«' Week.
, In Jackson and klainath county and
1 to see |||u, |,..n.,. l|g
| they were *|"‘iit in action in doing ' year for th«' plowing and sowing, free
vgri'nuul't a*'d Caref.il «Itcnt'mii
MI m laila Nelson has accepte,|
Church — Sabbath tiling* and a* a result of hrs strug 1'd rent.
R. A. Em.nitt:
tn all unler«
|x.sllioii in tb«< dry good* depaitm« nt "
■” I" a. in., sermon at 11 on gles many Interesting cxp«-rien<*eM
TOWN TREASURER'S ND I ICE.
al M Illlls*.
IIndellnlteiK ss of Love." Jun i have t^mie athwart III* career. Nome
of them wi re nuc I i ax would conquer a
Linen M'slsting* «nd Suiting*
ior End« avor at 2:30 p. m. Senhir, lex* r«**otot«! xotil but he con«|uercd
Notice la hereby given that there
Flic Brick stme.
•it . I., and al x the first of a aeries them and an epoch lu the planting <,f are funds in the town treasury for
There will I m a May dan«*«- given at '•I 1 lure s. rinons to young people, | American civilisation and principles the redemption of the following war
United States Commissioner,
"Tile Seed Time of Youth;” tills to In the pioneer history uf Klainath rant«: 1055, 105«, ‘ 1057, 105«,
Merrill on Friday, May «, luul.
county as well as constructing an 1000, ioni, 10«3, 1004, 1005, 1000.
M.AMAIH FALI-S. ORE.
liidcpend>-nl fortune are the crown-1 1007, I0M, 102«. 1054, 1002. 1070,
young in. n ami
to young women. ' Ing achi«*vementi> of III« life.
1071, 1073, 1074. 1077, 100». 107»,
Hot lunches iw-ived ut the • >' III
10X0, IMA, 10X2, 1075, , 107«, 1072,
\t x Medti. wi iv evening the pastor
Ü/-.V/.M If. I. A ND Hl 'SI NE SS.
( ale, free from 12 to 2 p. m. and hum
10X3, 10M4 10X5, lox«, , 10X7, 10MS,
i* n>nductIng a *tudv of the ll«M,k of It« uHpects the bridegroom was not
IV to 12 p. m.
10X9, 1090, 1091, 1092, , 1093, 1094,
a cordial Invitation I* ex-
; <-sty were salient features of Ills vigor 1095, 1000. 1097, 109X. Interest will
R< mrmber the Korlal to |M. g|u.n
furnished of any lands in Klamath Co.
'■ nded n,
s.-r'.i. . s. M'. <1. Smith. ous career.
Tiiere are tunes wiien ceaae from this date.
by the ladles of the Methodist c I iuk T i I'sstor.
Hated at Klamath Falls, Or., this 4^
Corra«. lions received dally.
j the human soul can properly inform
i next Friday evening.
' the mind that the potential b»tlles 14tli day of April. 1904.
1 he ;adlc* of t Im Methodist church
J. M’. S ikmkns , Town Treasurer.
Frank Maul, superintendent for will give one of their popular social* ; of life have lieen won and designate
the lime to settle down and live a
Henley A Ankeny ii . m 2.« men «1 work
I OR PUBLICATION.
In t lie cliur.'li on Friday evening. doin> st b ail'd life of nnprl*onm<-nt in
on the lirlgallug «lllcli.
A prll 29.
love and home Hurrounding« of one’s
Itesert Land, Final Proof.
own and all of Mr. Nlxxik's friends !
Table (Tutlia, Napkin», Towel»
«'an sympathize with hl* honorable Lakeview, Oregon, April 11. 1904.
Th«- Urick stoic.
Notice Is hereby given that Orpha
surrender to the fair one who Is now
A ■ mdldates ball will tie given at In* bride and trust that the rosiest F. Swinglu, of Lorella, Klamath
('lias. Si-ed» irlurncd Sunday from
Cleanliness and Good Work Siskiyou «-ouuty, where lie ha» lieeii fort Ki.iin.tiii |,y Gray «nd Louis and most radient expectation« of a Monty, Oiegon. has tiled notice of
i May M, i.mi.
Ticket* bllSMful married life will be their por- Intention to make proof on her desert
during tlie past winter.
land claim No. 4«M. for the NEL '
including «upper. »2.00.
Floor man- ' lion."
XM'j SEJ. Sec 13 T 40 S R 13 E W
f» !» W R vm , II I. Scott,
Also Agent for LONDON AND
M, before Geo. T. Baldwin, County :
Mr. and Mis. Tie«. I Patt« ikon, of L in» Brannon and L. C. Slaeinore.
Judge rd Klamath Co. at Klamath
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO
Swan Ease «alley, a son.
» Tlir cool weather of the last week Falls, Oregon, at his office in the!
has cheeked the melting of snow and aforesaid town on Saturday, the 2Xth
Horace Mitchell put« h.is-<1 I wo Dur
day of May, 1904. She names the fol-1
th«' water In the st ream« is falling.
Aeventy Head Red poll Cattle.
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS.
driving lr«m« the first of the week
lowing witnesses to prove the com-!
CENTRAL CAI E
from Ankeny A < ant rail.
I ot. I will offer my entire herd of' man Sr. tinally got his hum« stead ap
There 1» a chance In your life to Ibil JNill cattle for sale at *50 per I plication entered at the ¡and office at said land: Geo. Noble, T. IL Wilk-
erson. Eueene Wilkerson, Orbra
No scrub Lakeview.
get a g«««l auit made In the n« w if 1 I «tra -li! through.
Campbel), all of Lorella, Or.
«tile hieliid.-d In this offer. Nub
As It Is a very busy time for the
Klamath Falls T ailor Shop.
j. N. Watson, Register;
ile/ but pure tirvds an<1 graded st<« k. farmer*, there was a small turn-out
IVndaiite ami Galloon Embroideries I In* is * rare «-lianci* for any one at the republican rally on the 24tb
Petition for Liquor Licenses
Tbs Bri« k Store.
wanting g<M*i l>I.MMÌ<-d *tock as many Inst. As there were no club officer*
of these cow* cost me *100 e«»'ht present the in«*cting was not called I To th<> __
Court __ of ___
T I k * legist tut | i > ii buoka will be
v.iiie of which will seal«* In gissi flesh to older and those present drank Hur-1 State of Oregon, for Klamath county.
<*|> s)-«l after May 15. so do not put it from I "<> to looo pound*.
No cull Ion Ix-er and went 60111'.
Me. the undersigned, residents and
off Out r«-K>*tcr al one«- if you want to log o( the herd will Is- allowed. This
Then will be a meeting of the So- ' J'
is said to Is* the finest and Is-xt bunch clalist club at Dairy on May 1st.
¡said county and state, respectfully re-
i | quest that a license to sell spirituous,
Last week Mont Hutchison of the
Mont E. 11 ii 1« hIs- ai mak' S y««ir most every mm who h.is Keen them.
I Falls, replevlned a horse ttiat was in i I malt and vinous liquors, in less quan
tubtier «tanipa lu order, and handle* If you want them don't delay.
tities than one gallon. In said pre
tin- possession of Tom Michael. Some
F han * R oss , ftodtield, Or.
all klnil* uf office supplies. Si'iid In !
cinct. for a period of six months from
' four years ago Brown Michael ttougbt ‘
1 a gray horse from a man named King the 4th day of May, A. D., 1904, be
A POvK CHI SULU.
Afterwards Mr. King granted to Fred Fiock, of Keno, In
Ext taoidlnary line of Silks and Sat
sold a gray horse to a Mr. Oliver. It the precinct aforesaid, and your peti
III* Filo Brick Store.
tioners as in duty bound will ever
Contra.I« for a R>ad or Street i now Is a quest ion uf identity. Blown pray. Said petltton will he presented
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY
he cun prove Ills
Tom li.ili* of Merrill h.is bought
j horse by the brand. The case will be to said Court on the 4th dav ot Mav, PATTERN HATS
READY TO WEAR HATS
thestok of F ixli A Balls ami will go
At a «neci.il meeting held
Hilo l>u»liii'*s with Foiu OOhld al III«- Thursday April 21, the town council ‘
J E Newhnnks. W F McCollum.
Marcus Andengin. Daniel It Doten. C
nivod nit" .i contract with The Na- '
FOR LRDIES. M1SSSS MND CHILDREN
' •-i 111 I»r 111 in.I Manufacturing Com-
There ate now three road pctItions J Sly. C ., J .anminm,
Judge Italy arrived In the city IMiiy of ('hlca/n, through their spec- j „‘."J l.\"Slr.l'.’t,?r j*.!’’ I Anderson. A I» Gillman. F II Down- Bear in mind that we give you more style and quality S.r
Fabric Photography on T uimmiu * flolli Portland on III* wat i d repo* niativc Mr. W. O. Gorman, i • pnqiriatIons.
D*at tlie ; ii*K»
Morgan, M (J
• --- —
- It . is ..
money than can be obtained elsewhere. Our prices
home lu l.ak< vlew from the de am- tors complete street making plant people of other district* will not Morgan. C M' Corbin. C Nickerson,
Silk und Lustcriiie
always the lowest. Hats trimmed to order................
which will cim I *1225.
a flist ___
c’ass _ are seltlsli or hoggish, but are simply (er Andersotf. I. H Doten. Tilomas
Ladies Furnishings. Dress Trimmings, Hair Goods, Combs, etc.
I>r. Maxton's comlltIon Is rc|*>rte«l National r»k crueller to cost *1250: . •‘titerprlslng. The road across Fine Keahher. John Flock. Geo C Mav.
MRS. J. C. PEREZ, PROPRIETOR.
You are Invited to call
power traction engine to
at iu> u I mhi I the Maine. it" »cs'e.l fairly .« »1 21-horsc
»¡iloo; a revolving screen f... ,
well lust night but ill* <«*<■ is still
■ idu ■ i.
; iii « t 11 in iTiiNiit’u. 10'
------- -- ’—---- ---------- - - -------
RutkU'ts, (> 1’iblx‘tts. \V C Crndock,
«'«uistdcml «crlou» by the pliysictan*.
«•mt *175: an «• ■l•■^.ltor attachment to pairlug I* would lienefll not only the |j F Chapman. Fr»-d Chapman. C A
Ready mad«' Shaei* and 1'nlow c«*t
and a five ton roller to ' (M-opleof \lkall valley but tlie wlmle Burrows, R A EmmlH.J J WI’Hcomb
I county. It would lie well to tlx all. p Fio«-k.
C sm -8 Tlie Bn> k Store.
I I1C piaill
-- - county,
-------- • ’
plant was «irucrcil
ax the roads In the
Cba*. Putt«**, lb«' |**lmaster at Illy ...... .... ... I uid it is expected It |*°«K1 be iM|H«MUe with but «tmo«i Wednesday, the 4th d«jf oC May, ItM
certainly Is better to applv to the Count* Court of Klam-
lias M>l«i hl» slurs to J. S. a J- (»• w
' The companv i r,'a<*
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
,*’e "H*t iotportant roads well,1 at h County. Or., for the Issuance of
Walla ami will pioluibly reaigll the agrees to set up .mil operate
Thia tuny mtiij but h.u»
|*«t iiinxtcralilp as lie contcinplal«* hi Klamath Falls sufficient lime to,
Il < ter (Meurrctl to Vol’
The marriage of John Shook was a in the above and foregoing petition,
deiiu.iistratc its efficiency and work
snrprim to the people near of which all persons mav take due no
that YOC cnn protect
F ked F iock .
II. E. Atikenv, who haa been here will open at the top |0 Inches and Dairy. On hearing the hews every tice.
’ H fdtnily and V< >1 ’ H
old bachelor's spirit began to perk up
the pual weck touklnp after hi* Inter «re 18 io< lies de« p am) are capable of
crushing a rock lox Hi inehes. The and each face wore a smile as he
ratale aaitli a policy In
A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY
ests in till* county, left tb’s inorttmg
ipaeity of the inachim* la from 10 to ' (bought that tlieie was a chance for
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon.
the Ii^l’IT \ ihj : l.ll E
When John re-
i<>r the railroad, lie will return in a 20 t<>ii* an hour which will insure even him after all.
March :«». 1*M
is hereby given that the following
about loo tons of eriMierf r.-k a Say. I rrtrna with his bride, without doubt n.;»ne«i settle/ h** filed retire of ht'r intention
f*»r Ila fa<e
wc«'k or leu day«
I must make ruonl for my new summer
the couple will rt'Ceive a hearty grtset- to make final proof in Mip|»ort of her claim
value any day that yon
and that >aid proof will be made before G o. T
Up-lo-d.(t<* I ins* Ginghams and
Baldwin, County Judge of Klamath County,
goods. Take advantage of this sale now.
| gups, oiw I m 'II* and other musical in Oregon, at his office at Klamath Falls, Or., on
may die, and th.it la m I ho
laiwiM Tlie Bink Store.
struments will tie in «!< mand. John
WE \ PEN’
worth hi rdwlf nli the pre-
Klamath Fills Tailoring Sults, Body ot J. C. tonn Found on Bridge had better lie well supplied with H.J entry No. PJIAHL
fuf the KWW, Kec 20 Tp M»«.
Mrs. F. E. Boyd, Prop'«,
the foil.»wing wit
inhiiiLs you nhall have paid
panla and «ivarcoats made lo order ill
, ••g«K>«l cheer” when he arrives home. ne.sses to prove her c» nt inuous
first class style. Alxo cleaning, re
(itnd protilti tM*sl(t*»h) If you
Williams, U H C< pelaiul. K C. Cowley and
List Thunalay about two o'clock p.
pairing ami titling. Dress suits a in. on Bridge creek, alxiut a mile ami
—Orders taken for Ladies Tailor E. P. 8aingle, all uf lA»relia,
live twenty yrira/
J. N. Watson, Register.
G. U. Jimnta, I’ropT.
a quarter from town.
He w.m found
true. F<»r the prutft find
Notice for Publication.
br'ETil Austin, who is riding for tlie Urick Stoic.
full part Iriilara aak
Z\ cattle coin|>any.
The "Kid” as
Land Office at Lakeview. Oregon,
The Klamath Cotinty Live
type writing with neatness ami <ii>*- hr I*ta tter known wax out hunting
March «». 19tH
WILL S. WOKUHN,
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
Association will pay the above
p.iti'h. And u I mi mdorl.il W'^kt legal ami while walking up Bridge creek
nAmrd »attler has filud notice of his Intel tion
ward for the arrest and eon.lcto .. oi
to make final proof in support of his claim
, p.qa'iK |H'itinning to the transfer ol «bout 15<t yards alxiv«> the Bridge
that said proof will be made before Geo.
Klamath I alls, Oregon.
portion or persons found guilty of
1 real «•s’utr a *|xs'iulty.
Oregoiit at his office in Klamath Falls, Oregon,
the h«iv ta'fore he discovered It. i
stealing or altering the marks or
ait«< |M>st i Xlce.
lust ax si"” is he found it wax the
brands of any stock belonging to e»;
WILLIAM It. (’Ross
ltd eotiy No. 242L lor the W’,.0E' . SE’.SW’.,
member of tills association.
New Summer Dress ami Waist I i , h I v <>f a hitman being lie hail no
rr— O ■—O - ()~~~
Hec 30, Ip *S, R II K W M lie names the fol
time In getting back to the company'81
Address Chas, llorton, Presiuent*
lowing uitnvMM'S to prove hi« continuous real-
ff four Eyes are Weak ana Fabric« Tlie Bi lek Store.
i.nu ll where he got a saddle horse Board by the day, week or dene, upon and cultivation of s^iti lain! viz:
or J. O. Ilamaker,Secretary.
¿„I ,-aiiii' direct to town and gave out
Vaughn of Bonania« Or., and L. M. VanMeter
Thor» will be a in«,etlng of I he til,, report th.it he had found the'
: toil iv|",.-
J. N. Watson. Register.
Tetophone Cmnp.iny at the I/uella I hh I . v "f * dead
i... 1 man. J J. M.
KLAMATH LAKE RAILRO.’ O CO
— O — O—o—
acliool lioiisc. May ilb, 1904, for III«’ tlm7.X ranch, in the mean time went
purpose of eliM't ton of wfllccra ami !<• to when the I«"'» lie« and dtseovercil The table is furnished with
I n EFFECT OCTOBKK I«. 190«.
trammel xmTi other buslnem that nt on«'«' that it was the taxiy of J. C.
Aaliiatul, Orrgon, Jun 2fi. i < km .
........ reported this xmm
; j r ^Or,or Hrli HiAt my •yeaiiht in my
(’ oiiii . Mr. Melcli
DA 11 V I* \HRENGKR
Ma* nl»<»ui goiH- u I hhi I roii«iilt«M ynti may properly c«nne before xinl meet I after and the newa flew like wild-tire
» ni) ••),«« | e|n ||OW gja<| |o -av (|,Bt | ing.
uvcr our city that the mystery as to
vvhtwulM’Uixd Mr. Conn had al
7 A. M.
Methodist Chtireh -Sunday Ncitooi ’ the
'r iliaii <«V(,r |„.(ur,, ai|(| | a||| noj |r,„11,1^1
The trade of the traveling publie
ì'i's't tavn M'i'"''* up. t’oroner liarrla
3 F. M.
W.iM a. M)
1 lii’ii'l hi 'I ipij AH | uai «pi,,, glawHON are at l(»a. in , preaching at !• xub)e«'f,
msimtllicd by pitone.
'il an,) c»«y to nty «y««.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
"Tlie Ea«y Yoke.” Hpworth Leiign'' II oh,'«' fot Ibis place, ami wtll arrivi-
Prayer.” ‘.„„mrrow «'renimi. The rematoli w tll
I have been subject to sciatic rheu
*^r,';lh,vln's Eye M'asli ciirex (Iran- nt 7, aubjeef "Answered
••Wlialso- 1M. guariteti unlil to' «rrlve* on Die
matism for years, says E. II. Walur«.-
'Hledl.tds, Weak, Matlerv mid In-
iHtn.'il Ey.'s, strnlned uni) ï'lre«l Eyes ever.*'
Prayer meeting ■| hursd.iy S"l' 't' Conti. «’Ito was a pronnrtnenl
of Wilton Junction, Iowa. My Joinu*
"t t'hlltl or adlllts, bv inull 50 cents. event ti|f>
I mi'-rchant of H'i* l’Iat'«' mysteriously
were stiff and gate me much pain wl
AiMre** |»u. .1. K. CASTE! N, lire
illxamieaied on Ito nmrnlng of March
discomfort. My joints wotild ci*vk
Mr. 8. Il- Foxworthy, rpi’ciiHv 4tlt imd hi» «Iti reatontta reinaln-
»"•> In*t |(ute of t lpt1 ntel rv, Ashland,
when I straightened up. 1 u. d
<1. fl. ((RIZZI.E
from Terra llant«/ Ind., spent xe'er- (,l .. ................... . today wlnm he was
i INSTRUCTION BOOKS
Chamberlain's Pain Balm ar.d have
K lamath falls
nl days In the div last. week. Mr. (mimi br Mr. Austin, lite body Ita«
Notice for Publication.
been thoroughly cured. Hav«i not
laving aititi" l’’"
F’oxworthy la now hx'ated In I’icard,
«*• and >
mtldle ’ highway for a musi two
had a pain or ache from the ol.i tmti-'
l-siid oflh.,. „i Ro.ebtir,, Oregon,
Cal., where he him formed a partner- .„mt hsand it I* «Dango t taf he w.m
.Mar«*h :«», l«H»l
STRINGS, ALL KINDS
hie for many months. It la certainly
"'r'1’’ X1»"" O'"1 Ou (ollowlng ahl|i with Charles Silvers and I"**
In n„L,,lis» tll.'il nulK'airi lu» I ii I. hiiou
a most wonderful liniment.
opened it real estate and iiisut«"" „atosam'Meryhow I to’ Wifortunafe
by C. C. (’hitwood,
los'l" Ix lor.'< H»,,
nisiiealh. Wo are nnaldei
Apr|| .B, si
| ,,| lil"
v„. »ni.« ai office, '
( glveouf any dellnlt.'statement on I
TO THE TRADE.
Caleb T Oliver, Proo'r
1 IMS»< a i'.i>nv
F. O. Bunting, owner of the Het*-
stringe *<T'‘lr< nl’hoiigh some.
Como and took at our fine line<,«
r"r<ISll"'k Kami, ha* *.ld to Bl'”'" L .m to thli.k that there was foni'
Harness and Saddles now ma
-I"•»«<•«..,p Bnm. of Sprague river. D „l«v and thenext week may develop
’ We take pleasure in displaying
Jinnethlng eonneele«! with bis sa«l
• Oregon ■ Bradley A Gunther*
"'t'Ore .1 l'»rk.'i, Hill I’arker head of 2-y«'ar ol<l llorcfold
u)«|. CvuU»1 Orvrf"“1*0'
Latest In M hlte Good, 'pi,,,
g,.(rrru<'^ bv |»’l iiiloiuti t
Miiksclinnn and wife <,( Mer.
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tlie city NalUiduy.
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l’b)>u«'. Main IU4.
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SPRING AND SUMMER
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Waistings, Shirt Waists
C. II. WITHROW.
Summer Dress Goods.
New Line of up to date
HAMATH BARBER SHOP
Dry Goods, Etc, Etc.
Ito Ito \to
Moils rat all Hours
Day or Night > .*
Oysters, any Style
Headquarters for AH Stage Lines
Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per day
Novelties in I’liotograpliv
Main Street, Near Bridge, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
OPAL WORK NOVELTIES
READY TO WEAR HATS
Livery, Feed and Saie
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.Mr. Bunting liab aboqt