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... -mnmr CLUK
lilrt,l.fiiiuuiwmyw'lrt ratiiH.'
fj O-miiy Clerk, at the ,rnln
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IKiu-'-rMr
I... I.ti.a MtYHIWI M inil'liuwir
Illri.ul.IlM" "'"' ""ry .
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I. .i- .i.,i. invwll candidate
lti office .f I'"'!! lor ! '!''
Uon ii H" ",r,""r,n T,,,r" ""
mtr rleiliim.
""' u illlllllillV
lit n. ..,.-i. .
hctci-r "'"'U,U""J' c"J,J)r '"'
nuinall" "' "m ol
mitulil l the action oi wi r
,Utn .! ' ' l'l"'y ll".
im;ii.ii". WM.MAKTIN.
ro STATE UNATOR
hntoHli iili'iillicelil)aell a caildl
i lor J"ll rtiator Iroin Klaniath,
md CikA nwullr i)li llta
Jlranll.tH. il'lrrl to III tlecltlon
,f (.lliliarj election.
I., t. I l.i.i in.
k,r,by lulimlt my namt to tbt Kf
IWnntr for Joint atnaior inm
.ik t k. nd Crook euuiitlaa at
primary flrcllon to b UU April
UO . .
itln faithfully rcprantl thla
rkl In th laat aMAion or IM Mgla
L. n.l lnra the arnatorahlu baa.
Itkli ttrrn, ln roncll to Klam-
I afain lor trm laroraum run
frilkfl of lh votrra of thla 8na
LlJiilrlct, It t.pwt fully,
(ii:o. ii. mcKKTnArt,
Ulilo.Hlr tlial I am a rarulilalr
Ibf Krpullkaii nomination fur Joint
kLir in irMi-H-iii llm dUlrlit ron
int i'l Croiik Klamalli ami laki
ktU II. I. IKIMiATK.
Ikinanra, Urfgnn.
FOR COUNTY TRIAWRIR
Urfitl.j annuunrr my camlUlary lor
di-in lo llm ornra of County
Karrr on llm Itrpiilitlran llckat tulf
llollirilni.lon ol tlm prlmarlra on
1117
UAI.VAI.KWIH.
I.rtrli) ilrtlarr uiywll a ramlUlalr
lUnoiulnatiou ol County Trraaurrr
l, llrpuUlran llrktl, iullrt 16 llm
lUrration ol llm votara at llm prl
T.1tln. T W.HTKI'IIKNH.
N
aanounrr mirtrll a ramlMato lor llm
ablican iu,mlnati,in lor tbr
ol luiiiit; Trriiurrr, aulijrct to llm
laol tlm tolart at llm coming !
I U April C. C.CII IT WOOD.
FOR COUNTY ASUMM
Iherrliy annuunrr myarll aa a ramlb
I kir himliiatiou nn tlm KrpuMlran
Nl, lor Counly Anmir, ol Klamalli
Inly, (uljcl to llm ilrrlalon ol tlm
In at llm primary rlactlnn. .
IIKItT K. WITH HOW.
Iltfrrby aiuiuuni-r. my camliilac for
ro Klamalli County, aublrct to
ladi-uiGl llm llrputlloan votvri at
primary rlrclln i of April 17, IBOS.
It. 0. C0WI.RY.
lorclla. ceb. J, ltw.
Ilxrthy aimounm ruyaalf a candblaU
urn nominal inn to llm oltkr ol
or, .iil,U t,i in Orcliloii of tbr
ktUirlau tulrta al tlm primary clrc-
K. W.dOWKX
FOR rROSECUTtNO ATTORMIY
Iktrahy annnimca myMilfaaa ramll-
r .. .no impui,iiran llrket for Ilia
Pinatbi for Ilia citllre of Diatrlct At-
"7 ior Mamatii and Ukr man tie,
lCl til lliu tlivlalnn at iI.m ..., .
I P'linary rlrrtloti.
rllKI). II, Mll.W.
1111 bvaramliilatv lor tlm Kapubll-
-'u.Hiaii.in tor tli oRlea 0 1
mg uttomuy for tlm tond
Ktttlb attorQf y dlltrtet of lha ilit.
pnconiUilD. of tb ooaDtlti
aftumni,.
D. V. KUYKBNDALL.
- i ,MIII
I SCHOOL lllmnifauuMi
itrabr , .. ... .
lu,. ;':,:::,"! ? ?'?
"Mandtnt. rnr .1,. ....'., ,
fWeMTQUri.t tbt arlaurT'aW
. W. "WAN.
b.ff'Mnnouncaii.y candidacy
WaKSBWiBss
a- Wilt
J. Q. WIGHT.
I hereby annmnir mytell camlliUta
fur llm iioinlnliii,ni lliu Iliipnlillcan
Id kel, fur Ominjy Hohwil rliiprrlnlmiil.
thl, iilijiuittii llio (Irclili)ti of llm vhIuk
at tli Primary election In April.
J.'ll. H0I1IIS,
Merrill, Ori'K'in,
rOR COUNTY COMMISSIONS
I ln-rcliy mitioiinrc mytflfaa a catiill
date for the nomination forCotiiiiil.tlmi.
r on the. republican llraet, for tlin coif
tMmatlnu of llm voter at llm primary
election In April. 0. I. KWINOI.i:,
IxrilU, ()r.
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
I heiehv announce in) till a candidate i
for re-election to llm iilllcx i,f County I
Murv)iir, anhjevt to llm foii'ldrtattiui of
llm Ilepnlillrati MJliir at llm primary
ilcctluii. M, I). WII.I.IA.MH.
FOll JOINT ItM'KRHKNTATIVK
To thn Itepnbllrali ol Klamath, Ute,l
Crook anil (Irani ronntle
I with to Inform llm Itrpiihllrana ol (
Klamalli, l-ake, Crook ami Omit loun-i
lire, rontlltullriK Urn Tfteiitytlr.t Hep
retentetlve Dl.trki ol Oirftn, thai my !
nam will In pretriitcd for your conthl
ration at the primary rtecllon In be I
held April I, ItlW, nikln your ulflK
fur elrcllon at orm ol llm ILpuhllt-an
nominee for Joint ItrprrM-nuthr to be
l.allotr-1 lur on Jurm I, IPOH. i
II. I. IMknap,
I'llimvlllt, Orrg'n.
PIMOCKATIC CANDIDATES,
roR county iMuurr
I rrircllullr announrr myx-lf ai a
ramllilaln lor llm ofrlrn of Mmrlfl on tlmi
IKimorrallr llrkvl, ul,)l to llm MI ol
tbv Vulrta at llm primary dirtion.
II, hT.fll'.tr. IIIHIIUI.
I lirirliy aririouiirf iiIjm-II a ramlliUtri
on llm Ifemnrratlc llrkrt, fur llm nor.il. '
nation for tlirrllt, lor llm rontlilrrallon ,
ol tlm votrra at tlm primary rlrctlou.
It. K. IIUNHAKKII. I
rORMUNTYCORONXR
I rrtirvtfully annoiiiira m)rll at a '
ranillilaln lor tlm nffirv ol Coroner ol
Klamath Coiiiilr, Orrgnn, on tlm IVni
ocratk tlckit, aubct to tlm approval
ol tlm votrra at tlm primary rlrctlou on
April 17, IWM. !
KAIII. WIIITMKJK.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I hrrroy ilrclarc myarll a ramliilate
for tlm nomination fur County Awrir
on the Itoinucrallc ticket, anl'Jrct In tlm
ilrrUlon ol llm totrr at llm primary
taction. J. I. IKK.
IOR COUNTY TRIAIURtR
I rrctfully announce myarll at a
randldato lor llm offlre of Counly Trrat
urrr, on llm IVmocratlc ticket, aulijrct I
to itrrMoii ol llm vnlrrt al llm Primary
rlrclluii.
cuunii. i.uiufnr.
rOC COUNTY CLIRK
I Imrrby annnunrr myarll at a candi
date lor nomination to offlre ol (Viunty
Clerk m;lifcl lo aillon of Drmocratlr
votrra at ;lm primary elrcllon.
W A. IiKI..KIX.
fire AUrm Oistrkls
Diatrkt No. 3-..Wat aUIr of river.
Dlatrlct No. 4 South of Main atrcmt
from trm bridge to Center atrrrt.
Dlatrlct No. u Conger and (Ullfornla
Avanuaa.
Dktrict No. O-Ewauna Heighta.
Dlatrlct No. 12-South of Main, be
twarn Canter and Third.
Dlatrlct No. 13-South of Main, be
tween Thlnl and Fifth.
Dlatrlct No. U-North of Main, be
tween Thlnl and Fifth.
Dlatrlct No. IG-Kouth of Main, to
Walnut batwaan Fifth and Seventh.
Dlatrlct No. 10- North of Main to
High, batwran Fifth ami Seventh.
Dlatrlct No. 21-Routh of Main to
Walnut, between Seventh and Ninth.
DUtrlct No. 22- North of Main to
High, between Seventh and Ninth.
Dlatrlct No. 23-Hot Springa dlatrlct
aat of Main and Ninth.
Dlatrlct No. IM-Soulh or Walnut to
Plum, between Fourth ami Sixth.
Dlatrlct No. 25-South of Walnut to
Plum, between Sixth and Klghth.
Dlatrlct No. 31 -South of Walnut and
CaM of Klghth. '
ntatrlrt No. 32-Nortll of Hia-h to
Jaffenon. between Sixth and Eight.
Dkttrwt No. M-norxn oi eerwv,
batwaan Sixth and Eighth,
rurlt Mo SB-North of Hlsh to
Jtfm, bttwMO Eighth and Tenth.
tntrnei 'no. ti-nwt" i
iMtwaan Eighth and Tenth.
DUtrUt No. 48-Eait of cnil.
irk. .l .l.rm III ha Bounded by
givln tan rapid itroket of the ball,
fsllMred by tbe nttBbar or tna u www
inwblch taalrela located, which will
bt rung thraa tlnaa. When the dli
trkt Ii raorofantad by mora'tbinona
flgura, u No. 84, after giving the gen-
.1 Uaa hall will ba taDDadtWlCt.
iaWa ''Htht paUM, followed by four
UM wiui a longer pauat, aim -naaUattrlaa
aaora bafon) aoundlng th
A .FlflHT FOR HBEBTY.
Traglo Inaldant ef Life In th Uneaay
Land af the Ciar.
The chief of gendarmerie of the To
bolak forernruent haa aent to tbe cen
tral authorlllea at Ht, relerabtirg n
full report of tlm dotperalo attempt at
eacatm itimtn early In October by n
cuiivoy of prltoueia wbo had been
balled III llm village of Kiilarbltka,
Tlm convoy numbered thirty-three
prltotmra, of whom four Were "pollll
cala." They vrere blng toarclmd from
Tilinnii to TolKilaf, Die eacort conalat'
luu of rliilitn-n aoldlera of tbe Nlnlb
HllmrUn reaerre regiment, commanded
by a noiicoininlaaloned offlcer. Kular
Mlkn conatala of one long afreet, at tbe
end of which la a large laotated build
ing, Mliure patting i-uuvoya of prlaon
era are lodged for llm nlgtit The con
(kit bad behaved eii-uiplarlly during
tlm in a rill to Uularbltka, and tbrlr
guarda bad no auaplcluu that an oui
I'tvak bad beeu planuod and all the d
lalla arranged, Tbe prltonera were pul
Into two rwiui, tbe cort occupying
two other Hpaiimenta, with oue mill
ne I la the corridor and auotber oulald
Ibw building, which la aurrounded by a
blgli woodvo wall, At 10 o'clock all
h ijulet lu tbe prltou,
Home of th aoldlera were drinking
lea, while tbe utbera bad already art
lied down fur the night. A few re
tunrkt were excban(w between tbe
prttouera In I lie two roooia, but, being
lu Vlddltb, they were not underatood
by tbe aeutloel In lb corridor. Then
"One, two, three!" rang out abarply
and distinctly, and tbe prlaonera In
both room bunt open tbe doora and
nulied (telluiell lulo tbe corridor. Tbe
aentluvl abouted tbe alarm, and with
lu n few aecouda tlm aoldlera of tbe
eacort were inaated lu tbe paaaage,
wbrre a furloua Oglit entued for tba
cerliltire Hacked at te farther end.
The prltonera managed to eecureulne
of tbvae weapon and atrove to come
to cloto ijunrti-ra with tbe aoldlera,
who were toon pouting a devaatallug
Are Into tbelr rank". Tbe greater part
of tlm light took place In complete
darkimtt, nt tbe lauipi were abatterrd
by rarlilno liullrtt. AUiut twenty of
tin. prltonera were killed or wounded
lu tlm iiirrldor, Tbe remainder euc
ci-vdrd III cwopWig from lb building.
Tbrtw were allot by tbe aentlnel out
tide. 'Mm handful wbo aurvlred, hamper
ed tliuugb tbey were by the cbalna on
Ibelr fret, clamlrrd up tbe wooden
wall and made fur tbe neighboring
forrttt. One of tbme tucu, who car
rlnl a carbine, wot ttruggllng to get
over tbi wall whi-u n auldter ran to
ward btiu mid addrettlng blm a "com
rade" otTcli'd to bold tbe carbine for a
moment. The prltoner, believing blm
to l- n fellow refugee, dropped tba
carblue to blm, mid tlm aoldlrr there
upou bajoiirtrd blm to death,
Another aoldlrr armed bliutelf with
a bar of Iron nnd killed one of the con
vlcta, whom Im atrack with audi force
that the latter bad a hand completely
wvrrrd from tbi- arm, In all eleven
prtiouere racaped, with nine rarblnea
aud alxty cartridge. Three were re
captured tbi- follow log morning, aud
Ave carblurt were recovered.
Tbe noncommlttlonrd offlcer la
charge of the etcurt arena to bare
acted with great prrrnrv of mind and
courage In the face of the uneipected
attack.
The alx cutualtlea among tbe aol
dltra were nil bayonrt wounda. Five
were of a alight character, but tbe
alxth ended fatally. Twenty-two of
tbo couvlcla were klllrd.-DalUiaore
8uu.
Hew H Made It Up.
Clark WlllUma, Nw Vork'a auper
Intendent of banka, aald tba other day
of a bankrupt:
"It la no wonder the poor fellow
weut under. When It became necea
tary for hhu to borrow, tbe aecurlUet
that be offeree were quite wonaieaa.
Thla fact waa pointed out to blm, and
be produced other bundle of aacurl
tlea lean valuable If poaalble than tba
drat lot.
Mr. WlllUma laughed.
"He reminded sae," ha aald, "of a
.II. r ulmm I heard about the Other
day. Ma waiter waa auutmoned an
grily by a gueat
" 'Look here, waiter,' tue gucti grum
bled, 'three uyetere that you have
brought ue are bad.'
" 'I know that, lr,' tbe waller an
awered. 'but wo bava glreu you three
more than you ordered In make up for
It.' "
A MantU With a Hlatary.
u the wludowa of a llk aud lace
tioi at Tbe Hague there waa die
..i.v.i rw weuka aan a mantle wllb
a blalory. Of llueet lacv, all lu '"
piece, It waa uiauo ror me conmauuu
ii, KiimrMui Cutfeule. and aereu
uredlewoiuen worked aeveral yearn
npou It. All enuueni rrenvu arut
.....i ,i.u .i.M,l.rii fur lha lui-e. and tbe
aketch waa deatroyed aa aoou the
pattern waa woraau. 11 cui uiunuiu
i,b. uarvin nut tha event for wktcb
It was made never took place, tnd the
enprtaa woro It onl onco-at the
opanlng of tbt Sum canal la 1809. For
tWMt7lUl. year , tiw 4- -naavaakon
InAthaoa. HOW It KOt there
nb on mohm to kaow,
A Breakfaat Takh) Problom.
If there la one thing that ba pre-
vented a )trga nutabar of our nou-
.iit rtohaa liaeomlna JnOtOTUlta It 1
the stumbling block that lie lo the
rornct pronuncuiHon 01 ""
thauleur. 1 alvraya write "ahuvvef;
and try and pronounce It accordingly
.with a humorous, emlla. Thla U a
my food ?ajr of fetttftf out of tna
dlttKulty ud.tToMi all tho Tirtow
"hofur.!' "aaafow-jand iiivowfwt"
nnd th huadrWd otter wronf
poaillle.-Owes John to iuioear.
FrofcMlonal Ctrdi
Dlt WM.MAKTIN
Deatltt
Office over Klamath County Bank
C. F. 8T0NI
Attorney at Law
Offllce over poatofflce, Klamath Falla,
Oregon
TiLcrrioKe It
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Falla, Oregon
DR. C. P. MASON
Dentist
American Hank A Truit Co.' Iliilldlng
Watch Sick
If o tend it to our hot
pltal am) we will give It '
the beat of treatment.
Our "watch doctor" la from '
the "old achool"and he un
derstand hla butlnea. i
Mail order promptly at-'
tended to. Try ua and be
convinced. '
H.J. WINTERS,
Watchaukcr a Jeweler
You'll Know It
gBaBBwBaaBBaaaaaaaaaaar
We mean Chaae ft Sanborn'
Seal Brand Coffee. It'a the
beat and we arc the eiclu
aive agenta for Klamath
Falla.
VAN RIPER Bros.
rfeOM S16
Zim's Plumbing
Shop
Coatractlntf aaa JobMM
FiratcU Line of I'lumb
Ing Speclaltiea and flrtt
claai Workmanahlp.
A. O. U. W. BaUdUig
lOaaatli Falla
An Up-to-Date
NEWS STAND
Many have been the re
marka about our Nawa
8tand. Strangara coating
into Klamath Falla bava
remarked about the com
pleteneaa of thla line of
our burineaa. A moat
complete line of Mapa,
Charta,Book,aafailnea
Newapapara, eta.
Ankeny's
CENTRAL CAFE
Ope.D
aadNlgHt
Private Dining Parlor
Oysters fceryed in Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
Klamath Falla 6 Wlnema
Truck & Transfer
COMPANY
Furniture and piano carefully
moved. Baggage wagon and
genera! draying. All work
jtwn .jrtMt attention. Buaa
To ftoataUboata. Pbon J03 .
C0iBURN fi YOUNG
. Froprittora
. G. HclaiUei ft Co.
Fur Merchants
-.--
Mclntire-Straw Stage Line.
In Connection With
Klamath Lake Railroad
Pokegama Line
Stages leave Klamath Falls daily at 7 A. M.
and Pokegama every morning.
Sure Connection at Pokegama
D
Klamath Lake R. R. Trains
Leave Thrall daily at 3 P. M. and arrive at
Pokegama at 5:05 P. M.
Leavj Pokegama at G P. M. and arrive at
Thrall at 8:20 P. M.
S. P. Trains at Thrall
North Bound South Bouad
6:05 A. M. and 1.32 P. M. 2:25 and 5:55 P. M.
KLAMATH FALLS FURNITURE HOUSE
Opposite American Hotel
This muddy weather calls for Linoleum. We have
it 6 to 12 feet wide. It saves time and hard work.
Make wash day a pleasure by using: one of our
1900 Washers and Anchor Brand ball-bearing
ringers.
E. W. GILLETT 5 CO.
THE
E. H. DuFAULT. Proprietor
Choicest of Wlnea. Llqwort and CHaxi
a&aU.,
Cater to the better cbua of trade, with nothlnic to offatai
the moit critical. You'll notice the difference when you
try It. Juat the place to drop In for a refreshing bever
age when you necc a atimulant. Pure liquor of all
klndt for family trade a apeclalty
A Pioneer Route
A Pioneer Train
The pioneer of early days, on their way to the
Pacific Coast, blazed a trail acress the mountains
and plains. Although they are gone and in many
instances forgotten, the trail is still there. But
no longer is the ox team a means of transporta
tion. The old trail is now marked by the flash of
the Electric Lighted
OVERLAND
LIMITED
A
i now the means of quick transportation
between the
is equipped
' Lf ard Pullman sleeping cars, dining car
with service a la carte, library and
jv club smoker observation car. No
vIJf. extra fair is charged on this train. A
first-claw ticket and a tickat-for a
. berth are all that is neceaiary! Make
v TV reservations for berth, stateroom, or
. Tff , drawing room through any agent.
Southern Pacific
COMPANY
OFFICE
LUXURIOUS express train which is
East and the West. It
with fine comfortable stand-
. i
gtMrtl akraa tf aln.

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