TO THF FARMERS Of Klamath County. year will provide furllltlis to irrigate I three or four times tl e area now uii- jdvr flu* ditch In this county, i , Numerous new buildings and other ; Improvements In town ami vicinity are talked uf IVIld many preparatila!» ! ur<* l»*ing made therefor. In thin | town no doubt It would pay to Imllil souk * nice, My Ball cottages to rent. * Kvery house is now *« copied, and tin» has Ixeil the Usual C o I k IIII oii of tilings' ' for tb<* past year. L. A. L<*wls of this plai'u has re ceived the satl news of tin* death of Ills brother, H<-nry City Lewis, in Greencastle, Iml., on March Atli, lie died of heart failure ami wan aged aliout 47 years, H<* was a lawyer of high standing and Is »|eiken of a» ii man of exemplary character. F Iiollls and John Gerlx r purchased the (>. Applegate laudi of U40 iu re» from the st it - of Oregon last week. D Is on** of the lies I buy ranelle» In Sprague river valley, it will yield about moo ton» of natural buy mimi illy. W<* lindint lint the I considerai |tm was alsuil $11,000. Messrs. N. II. King, IL W. Marple, D. < nrrlck ami Joe Moore were all al Ager or Kl.im.it lion Iasi week, ami a.I tell us <>f Hie arrival at Klutiiutlion of tailroad magnate», bridge builder», surveyors »nd other official» of high and low degree, mid that Hie general liellef wa* that the rourl up Klamath river was the ol je.it on liuml. J*>** Muore arri veduti Saturday from hl» trip to Ager and Klamatiiou. At K lanini lion tic found tli<* citizens much interested ami excited over the immediate prospect of a railroad from there to Klamath Falls. A numls-r of prominent Southern Pacific rail road men went there, among whom wa» a party of railroad survey or». Klamath Falls i ELECTRIC BIG STORE headquarters for CASH STORE It is with pleasure that we in form you of our having accepted the Studebaker Wagons, agency for Klamath halls and vicin Deering Mowers, ity for the celebrated BAIN WAGON, Thomas and Deering Rakes, buckeye MOWER, HOLLINGS Oliver Chilled Plows, WORTH TIGER RAKE, ' IÌGER DISC HARROW, PEERLESS PLOW John Deere Steel Plows. and other goods of this class, hand Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves, led and m a mi fact u red by the relia Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas ble and well known California firm kets. Paints, Oils and Glass, Carpets and Lin of BAKER & HAMILTON. oleum. We will carry in stock a full line of the above implements and wagons, as well as “extras,” during A. O. V. W. BUILDING, thecoming season, and if it is your in KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. tention to purchase, we will appre Tin* Klamath Falls Irrigating light rides, Luh coming and going, tier cheeks were black and blue and ciate your allowing us to figure with Ditch Co. eoinincnrerl Monday with a I and will I»' appreciated by the travel her arms and iiands were the same large force of Im-Il to clean out and ing public. By the new arrangement way. < trie Unger waa broken and her widen their ditch. At the point tin* |»»tofflci* at Pokegama. hereto lx>dy was bandaged. you. Dry Goods, ■F Clothing and Groceries. * The Best Assortment We Have Ever Shown BALDWIN, Hardware Dealer, where the dll< ti receive» water from the river, a new gate has Ix-en pllt III. We also have iti stork, to be hold at closu prices, 24 feet wide, being double the widtli ALFALFA M-e.l, RED TOP *<•<• I. TI.10THY seed. of the old one, and glv Ing at least double tlic amount of water when the GARDEN se<*d-of all kinds, attd ONION SETS, and wo enlargement of th<* ditch I» coniplcl- cd next fall. Hats, 9 New Stock Now Arriving. fore served from Stlovei (,'reek. will be On going into ttie court room Mrs. suppilisl by tin* Ashland-Klamath Arlington made an attempt to get Falls line. near tin* girl, but only succeeded in Portland Oregonian: W. E. Dun getting c)<»«* enough to say: lap, son of the late S. II. Dunlap, and , ••You had better keep your inouth ’ employed in the Ashland mine, anil shut." The girl paled and turned away. Miss Bertha Clark, daughter of Fore * Judge <Irr arrived home T ueaday man and Mrs. Meltonaid of the Ash-1 A large crowd was in court and a morning from Brno, Nev., to which land mine, took the train at Clawson sensation came when the couple were city lie went al>oul the 1st of Jaiiu- Saturday for Yreka to I m * married. > charged with kidnaping children. ary. Mrs. (irr and children did not A warrant issued out of Judge Berry's They pleaded guilty to beating them, return with him, but will come ns court charging him with abducting a but said the children deserved all the fl LI soon aa the rouds lwtwi*cn tills place girl under Hi years of ago, caused hisi punishment they got. The woman, who is well educated, spoke gram and tin* railroad become more co in arrest at Montague. Constable Long * ix fer la tile for traveling. The Judge brought him back Sunday morning, I matically and told her story in a mat t looks well In health ami we trust he the parents accompanying their ter-of-fact wav. The man told a sim When an<l his family han- had an enjoyable daughter. The parents lx*comlng ilar story, hut not so well. the trial was over Judge Emery sen s.itlstied that they could not break up winter with their many friends at I the girl's determination to marry her tenced the man to one year and the 1*1*110. Klamath county'» nu«i pn >in I new i lover, finally consented to the mar woman to ten montlis in the peniten- A few weeks ago we men! ionol 1 »tia-kmen. riage which took place at the White tlary. that a g> nllviiian residing at Union, After the trial a collect Ion was Sulphur Springs Hotel Monday after Win. H|»*tirc and w iti l.ist week rilfltsliAY. Mt KUH 21 f.«l sold ami <l's <lcd i<i ti W. Dunn of lire., was thinking of establishing a noon, Rev. F. G. Strange officiating. taken up for the children in the court woolctv factory at Klamath Falls, and All Is serene and the old story about ixMim. lack mi". *li ranch of 2,042 aerr* among tile Inducement» for such an When the Arlington* arrived in LOCAL NEWS ,i< ar Pi i in Bay i Upper Klamath enterprise, we estimated the number love and lovers Is again vindicated. Seattle they tisik the children to the ■ lake. of sticcp In Klamath, Luke and Crtmk very worst part of the city. The ar Ihti.l s:i<r»k of Dairy vi.tllcd here Colon., E W. Baker, a prominent count les at 100,000 at least. In so Wdty. rest of the guilty persons came about mer- i r>f of W< n.itehrr, Washington, stat Ing. we greatly undercutimat ed . by the merest chance. A police offl- 1'r.viii ll.rrli of Llk *vlew wa» herr will I. In r* h The articles of Incorporation of the >t a month for tlie the iiuiii I ht , ms appears from the i eer was passing tbe place where the Raaday. ^iirp of vii i i.g with I. A. Duffy Lakeview Rramlncr, which aaysthat "Summit Lake Irrlgatiiai and Power > people lived when he heard the child- Coni|»any," organized at Bonanza John King of Merrill visitisi tin» ! In tin* mercantile liusiness. Lake county can allow twici* that I with a capital of I3.U00. were tiled in ren screaming frantically. He made $!»'■' TucMky, Rev. J. W. Craig pf this place, who many sheep al ine. the comity clerk’s office last Friday, an Investigation and found the Ar J-w St *.H of B *1li *l<l w.w l:i bus been pr.iti.otlng I lie intervals of Th>* eit ir.cns of Eugene are making the incorporators being A. D. and R. lington* beating the little ones un town TucMlay. tin* A. <i I W. fraternity In varitus preparations to send a wideawake A. Ilarpold and ll. S. Goodrich. The mercifully. He arrested them imme A good Stock of Hardware. Good goods •.II Enter “f P< h * Valley «asm ptllO'ftl si.lie lor -el t-rul InontllK. agent to Portland to mi * the crowds lake frotu which the water is to be diately. arrlicil In Klinnth Falls on Tursrlay. of eastern bomeseekers and show •hi» piare Tin Mlny. at very reasonable prices. Not blacksmith taken is about three miles from Bo-1 Ytslei al I A. "4^* W IS brought us them tin* adv ant ages and I mi lice nanza. This enterprise will doubt I’n>f. II. A. ItupklM of Bonanza ing supplies alone, but Everything generally i bunete of alfalfa m<*nautlng seven incuts of the locality lie re presents. less I h * of great benefit to Bonanza I •4» lien* Sat unlay. kept in a Hardware Store, such as Shovels, Those who like to see tish, immense It Tlus wise plan of advertising a town and vicinity. Frisi KiDiiM.lf ,,f Oklah mu, Cal., feet ulld two III* III*» in p^lthl. congregations of them, all alive and w is taken l ist fall from a IQ hl of ill- and county Is one which Klamath •rrlTt*<| here ’ m I. iv . Forks, Hoes, Spades, Mops, Brooms^ ; running, and most of them weighing f.ilfa I*. *H> ri. i * bls son. <’. <’. Lew county and Ils towns could follow Frank Mir-rof lltaniont waa at Tinware, Sheetiron ware. Carpenters’ from two to six pounds apiece. is, and situated near la>st river. with profit. Tin* advantages of Klamath F.ill» Tuesday ought to I m * here now. Five minutes' Ju<l***H L Beniton arrived home Kl.imatli county are not surpassed in and nechanics’ Tools, Powder Shot, On Sunday morning, Messrs. Calder D. I’l'lll and wife of Kugenc, Siiturd.i; fri ni ins trip to Portland, the »fate. And this living true, why 1 walk from Main street brings one to and Wilson arrived bv boat from Or., arrivisi here Turnday. Shells and Wads. Salem an I Baker City, during which not take every appropriate opport u- Little Klamath lake with a big load the shores of Klamath rapids, where every little nook, bay and tributary ■D’ IL Ne Tirisi of Niti Franclsm he »aa man) iih**.t encouraging evi- ! nlty of saying so. of valuable furs. Messrs, fabler and wa» an arrival h *ri* y« stcrday. dcnci-s of Oregon's rapid Increase Klamath Falls greatly heeds a Wilson had l>ccn trapping four creek are so crowded witli mullets K*'. K u iim J. Sunday night thlssprli * in imputation and wealth. Ixsird of trade to promote the growth nu ntlis. and as a result of their lalsir that their backs stick out of the water. Ordinary Ashing with hooks, f"r hi» Imim. ,(| t;rantM pium> Ashland Tiding»: ••'”•• Tin«. II. and business entcrpri.M'S of the town brought in a tine lot of furs, consist spears or even nets is too slow to M. and Cha». Merrill of Merrill Tongue, i' pi* * illative in ( ongri’ss and county. A Ixiard of Hade, like a ing of 253 minks. 83 coons and 15 ot think of. With a pitchfork or with •err doing bu». h ,.,, ||,.fl. s.itunlav. from Illis dlsl riel, was In Ashland on faithful friend, would constantly ters. Monday they sold the lot for $520 naked hands a backload may I h * work for the best interests of theeiti- to Conger and Wilson, who shipped • I I. inceli uf Bominz i ». >j<>urn<*<l last evening's northbound train, re thrown out in tive minutes. These lienee, Klamath Fall» the fore part of the turnin’ from Washlngtim to his xens; It wnuM furnish reliable and them to an eastern market. : enormous droves of tish can now I m * werk. home in llillslmro. Washington comi lui|>artini Information to Inquirers it appears that aside from the fun seen not alone here, but in the rivers who wish to come here; and while its and excitement of trapping, it can lie II. MltiTii'ii of Ashland arrived nt ty. | and creeks generally throughout the advice and suggest Ions would I m * val made a profitable business. «thl» piago |hi. furi. i(f |h( i i-ounty. Mullets, rainbow trout and Captain Sboff, a Columbia river uable to huiiieseekers, it would al Reduced prices on clothing. DuSyte. Counterfeits of DeWitt’s Witch Week, I sii I mon—splendid tish, giant» in size Hazel Salve are liable to cause blood stc.nnlxsit man of long experience. ways l>e ready to encourage every en Prof. Ivison. of Lonaconing, Md., and apparently anxious to be caught. poisoning. written tu I. A. Duffy of tills terprise and improvement which I Al,l,ri"y L.-.ivlit was al Dalrv on Jias I Leave them alone. The suffered terribly from neuralgia of the This phenomenon will last a month, I original has the name DeWitt’s upon 'W bmdni ss Hu. inner (Nirt llUil place that In* will lx* here about the would add to the wealth and general stomach and indigestion for thirteen Week. and until their egg-laying eamp I the box and wrapper. It is a i 1st Of Mav with the view of putting good of the county. years and after the doctors failed to meeting is over with. After that, skin I cure him they fed him on morphine. J* »• Wllliaan -md ....: Fal. .. .................... BI.M.mlng.ll,‘'«"’','M...... • The new genet al school law con The Sun Francisco Bullet ii* tells a the herd of tish will I m * distributed i harmless and healing salve for I _ 'ath lakes. diseases. Unequalled for piles. ^P"r Merrill «.re Klamath l ulls! \ friend advised the use of Kodoi tains some provisions intended to sail story of the brutal treatment of over a wider space and will lx* in Captain Dennis'steumlioat on the tlkitors Sund,ir. J. L. Padgett A Sons, Keno. Dyspepsia Cure and after taking a guard ttie piitillc school system against I two orphan children named Lizzie plenty the year through. By the ' upper hike nini Captain McCormick's nepotism and other kindred abuses. and Freddie Hall, who formerly lived few bottles of It he says, "It has cured For News of the World lii.u uui U" Jufdine, for- sienmer of Keno iiuuli* runs to this One of these provisions is found In at Klamath Falls. From Klamath way, fortunes could be made here in me entirely. 1 can't say too much •' 1 U.' marshal, will himiii travel ek witli loads of freight section 48, which relates to ttie duties Falls they were taken to Portland catching tish and sending them in Read the San Franelsi-o Bulletin. for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.” It di ,l San hranelsco wholesale house, |s>rt last wei refrigerator cars to markets at San Fifty cents per month, including We of directors. Subdivision 7 of this and an txvaslomil passenger, gests w hat you euk. and pliM'cd iu charge of the Hoys' and Fmnelsco and Portland. As soon a» "I"’11 Harrison, <*x-presldent of hope their trips will I m * often and J. L. Padgett A Sons, Keno. section provides, among other things, Girls’/.Id Swiety oftliateity. from • refrigerator ears can get here, the' large 28-page Sunday edition. Send In I ,"1' 'died ut III» hom i I pro Hl able. for sample copy to The Bulletin, 233. that "ii'> coiittact shall I m * made witli whose custody they were kidnaped by wJk "" 'V("l""*Mlay Of last Fine job work at this office. tisli business will I m * one of the big Kearney St.. San Francisco. The memorial services which were any teacher who Is related by bhxid Mr. ami Mrs. Fredrick Arlington and things of this county. See that you get the original De A dispatch In have beeii given In honor of Fran or marriage within the third degree taken to Seattle, Wash. Like Oliver Twist, children ask for Wit t’s Witch Hazel Salve when vop 1 ' m H given by the Dailglitera of cis E. Willard last Sunday night were In any member of the school board front Sentie. March With, slates that SETTLE UP NOTICE. more when given One Minute Cough ask for it. The genuine Is a oVRaln lend'1. |4 krl,l“'V ",gl" w,w ,l"X''ly id- post poned on account of sickness un without the concurrence ot’ all the Arlington and his wife have hi*<*n AII persons indebted to the under Cure. Mothers endorse it highly for cure for piles, sores and skin dtdBMs. UnanèJj'"' “ ‘"’"i «»ially and til next Sunday evening. The same 1 niemlM'rs of the I mmiii I, by a vote duly sentenced to serve one year anil ten signed are hereby notified to settle up. 'croup. It quickly cures all coughs J. L. Padgett A Sons, Keno. program us heretofore announced will entered on lhe clerk’s records of pro months res|M*ctlvely for maltreating Klamath Palls, Or.. Feb. 28, 1801. and colds and every throat and lung ceedings. ” I lie children. trouble. It Is a specitic for grippe When you are bilious, use those Ilei \\ ",l,l''8tc<| tn announce that be carried old. CHITWOOD & Co. They were arrested nt the instiga Merrill A’. wl11 l,r,,,M h 1,1 and asthma and has long been a well famous little pills known aa DeWitt’s The new schedule for the Asliland- Mr. ami Mrs. E. R. Beiimcn of this Bargains in overcoats at Duffy's. Little Early Risers to cleanse tbs xnüz;",......................... .. place, who have la i n visiting In San Klamath Falls stage line has been re tion of the Hiiniane Siwiety of Seattle known remedy for whooping cough. liver and bowels. J. L. Padgett & Sons, Keno. Ermiclseo mid San Jose, Cal., I'"- “ ceived mid goes Into effect Milrcti 24. on charges of tieating the children J. L. l*adgett A Sons, Ke no. NOTICE. i few months, . ...... up last week as far , The stage will leave Klamath F«lh with a cat-o’-ninc-tails and starving CHURCH DIRECTORY. The lingering cough following All persons indebted to the under Ilin •''aillai h Falls Mon- as Jacksonvllle, where they will visit at 7 a. ill. and arrive here at li p. in. I hem. They seem to have taken a grippe calls for One Minute Cough dislike to the child Lizzie and have *“' . .......... I heir friends and relatives before re- Tills is the winter schedule and will used her in an inhuman manner. signed will please settle their accounts Cure. For all throat and lung troubtas Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. be changed after April 1st, when "Wlhh. " """ lw" I iiruliig home. at Klamath Comity Batik. Regular Sunday Services: Sunday this is the only harmless remedy that stages will iM'gln leaving here al 8:30 Llzzi.*, when brought Into court yes C. S. & II. 8. M ookk . From the great efforts which are School at 10 a. m.; Preaching at 11 gives Immediate results. Prevent« terday morning, presented abundant An"‘ngtlu*dli rectors of the newly now la Ing made to have additional a. m, mill arrive at 4 p. in. Tin* lat consumption. a. tn.; also at 7:30 p. m. Illg line of men's and boys’ suits at '•^mized |,*lrM evidence that she bail been terribly National Bank at Iriignl Ing ditches iinil to enlarge the ter arrangement will continue until •I. L. Padgett A Sun», Kcno. C. A. S tuck wkll , Pastor. Duffy's. is Jutm S. (Shook, one of old ones, it Is s:ifc lu »*•)' that Hila October 1. This change affords day- misus ’d. Her eyes were swelled shut. -b I Very Respectfully, L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor. $■ REAMES & JENNINGS The BricK Store, Klamath Falls. KLAMATH REPUBLICAN NEW IRRIGATION CO ware Store, Klamath Falls, Or. FISH AND FISHING. TRAPPERS' PARADISE Air Tight Heaters, Stove Pipe and Cooking Utensils. A. D. CARRICK. ORPHANS BRUTALLY BEATEN.