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out July 4th. .....
THE BIG IRRIGA ION CANAL.
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Everything fx-rtMining to tlx- con
R. W. Marple arrived Imme Sim
struction of the big Irrigating canal,
<l.iy from Klumalhoii where he eon-
1», iin we lire Informed, progressing I
veyixj the Norwegian homeseuksrs.
Tin* corps of engi- j
lie says a considerable number of i
neers has been for several weeks care
them have secured employment at
Cartdld»"*' hsH »1 '»P®« hou*" l°-
fully examining the various route»
Ktamatlion and expect, to return here
from the upper lake, with the view
later to Invest and local»,
( Ircult court 1» In »fHNlon In Lakt GJertsen has gone back to Minne of obtaining the best, ami their de
cision will probably be made soon.
county thl® ***'
apolis and says he will !„• out here
understand that twenty men again this seuson with another lot of In the meanwhile the amount of
Mock ta-lng milwcribed I n increas
from IMrtlaud will auon bo here to prospective settler».
ing encouragingly, no that In a finan
lucata umber claima.
reporta that railroad building this
cial way there will lie no blnderance
flr »re Informed that B«M) feet of way Is now progressing rapidly and
to the work. No one who I n Interest
lbe log »hoot «1
wl4g that the promoters expect to )(ttve ed, dreuniN of abandoning the enter
t lie line completed and In operation
dmtroyed by tire l«»t Hatufday.
prise, and in fact it would be the
A candidates’ imil <*• Dairy tomor to Fall creek, thirteen miles from most childish folly to abandon it.
row nl«M promiaea to be largely st- Laird's, by July 1. Plan» are being Once built, it will change tlie whole
made for an excursion over the new
taadsd »>•<* an enjoyable oecaaion.
of the vast tract of country between
road July 4.
It |H expected the road
The candidal J"' Imll al Merrill
this place and Merrill. At least 40,-
will be finished t<> Pokcgama August
Friday night waa largely attended
000 acre» of land will be made pro
wn,l was a »ucccss both socially and L Mr. Marple Is arranging to run ductive in the iiigliest degree, and
a line of stages to Ager after June 1,
Its value In dollars and cent» will
and conleinplati s making connections
When the registration IxHikH eloaed
| with the new railroad as Siam as tt
last Thursday, loot) voters tua<l regis iM-gliu, running trains regularly.
THE HIGH SCHOOL.
tered. Ths number registered In
1900 *n» 020.
question of having a Klamath county
are the best that
Medford ell Isens prop«*«• to soon i
commence tbo erection of a building
tant matters to be decided on at the
skill can pro
tor their academy and are soliciting yesterday.
John Cox of Lost river wan at the coming June election. All know and
duce, and at an
funds for that purpmte.
I understand Its necessity,
A. (’. Griffith Is figuring mi giving
whether republicans, democrats, men,
J. H. Armstrong arrived from
a stcanilsiat excursion, envcrlng two
women or children, can hardly
day», <m Upper Klamath lake about Portland Fridiy.
for ten year».
to favor It. It is the grandest
E. Boothby wim here from Fort
the middle of next month.
For sale by
acy that an enlightened people
On Muy 10 warrants t*> the amount
bestow on their children, Indeed,
of »2,31*1 were ordered drawn In Lake
A. D. Carrick returned from Po- gift of education is one which
county t" pay the Imunty on scalp« of kegama last week.
misfortune can ever take away from
1IJH coyotes, wild cats and cougars.
Archie and Allie Eats of Talent them. And as we have seen, the
Two wagon-loads of people from were here last week.
cost of tliis priceless educational gift
tortland and vicinity passed through
N. 8. Merrill was up from .Merrill will be ho trivial that it cannot weigh
here Tuesday morning en route to the first of the week.
a feather's weight.
Wherefore it |
Hprague river, where they have gone
J. K. Haight of Albany, Or., ar- will be to the honor of the county
to »»s ure timber claims.
and tlie joy and benefit of the rising
rived here Saturday.
generation, if voters go to tile polls
The Southern Oregon Oil Co. Is
Henry Parrish and son went over
on election day and, while they may
inerting with encoumgmrnt in Its to Ashland hist week.
differ In their choice of other candi
m ) c of oil stock and expect to i««>n
If. L. Bradlev of Bridal Veil, Or., dates, vote unanimously for the god of
have em.ugli money to sink Its hob-
arrived here Saturday.
at Ashland to the depth of Jooo feet.
Pi. O. \J. W. BUILDING,
J un . Briscoe of Lost river Wai» a
Mr. Francis Hocking ami BII m
All kinds of syrups, dried fruit, I
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Falla visitor yesterday.
fresh ham, Itacon and lard and a< ir-
Ange« Louisa Jones, tx»th of Crystal,
Henry Schmohr of Dairy was Ini ghutn, at the Excelsor, Dairy, Or.
were granted authority to wed by
the county clerk last Friday ami were town on business Friday.
W. W. Erb and Ada Erb of Ash
married by Justice Halton on the
land were here last week.
A Kershner was In from his
C. 1). Wilson has completed his
new building adjoining Chltwixxf A
SOAPS AND SPONGES
Co’» drug store and now has a row
Geo. Owen and wife of Ashland
oi four buildings of equal heiglit and visited tIlls place last Saturday.
all Improved. The Improvement adds I Win. Haver and F. Welmont were
much to the g««»d lixiks of the street. arrivals from Portland last Saturday. j To exchange for good farm or
Pimtniaster Murdoch has sold III«
Maj. Illgli returned Monday front ranch of same value—beautifully Im
CHITWOOD Ä? co
residence to Mr. Vcrrill and moved a few days' sojourn at Klamath! proved city property in San Diego,
»«th his family Into the building Agency.
value »1,500, clear of incumbrance;
formerly «rcnpled by his law office,
J. G. Pierce I n building a large! also 200 acres of coal and timber
thu» bring more conveniently l<rated addition to his residence on Conger land, *1.000, clear.
Would assume each proposal, hh a guarantee that the Oregon, lias this day filed in this office
liid<ler will enter into a contract anti
and her sworn statement No. 349, for the
with reference to Ills place of official avenue.
small mortgage on gix«d property.
f’ivu an approved bond in the event tlie purchase of the NWW of Section No. 27,
W. C. Ptltl’llN,
in Township No. 32 S., Range No. 7^
rid is accepted. Tlie
Llndsy C. Sisemore of Ft. Klamath
E. W. M., and will offer proof to show
the right to reject anv or all bills.
Thmidore Dsach:ier of Portland and was her«* Monday to prove up on a
F. P. CRONEMILLER,
that tlie land sought is more valuable
Clerk School Dist. No. 7. for its timber or stone than for agri
L. Folsom <»f Minneapolis, who were i homestead.
New line of chinaware, semi-por-
cultural purposes, and to establish her
here last week, departed Saturday on
claim to said land before the county
Gc<>. S. Nickerson returmil last cclaln and glassware. Prices
D uffy C o .
their return home.
Mr. Dcm lincr
clerk of Klamath county, Oregon, at
NOTICE FUR PUBLICATION.
week from Lakeview, where lie had
Klamath Halls, Oregon, on Friday, the
expects to return here In the course
Wants Others to Know.
spent the winter.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.) 25th day oi July, 1902. She names as
of a few uHtnllis to engage In buai-
L akkvikw . O rbuon , May 12,190JJ witnesses: Linsy C. Sieemore. of Fort
Francis L. Fisher, representing ('.
“I have used DeWitt’s Little Early
Klamath, Oregon; Anna O. Sisemore,
is hereby given tiiat in com of Fort Klamath, Oregon; Sarah J.
i II. Crocker Cu. of Portland, was a Risers for constipation and
Remember the tom di »tales* ball,
liver and they are all right,
Rodkey, of Fort Klamath, Oregon;
Klamath Fills visitor Saturday.
of June 3, 1878, entitled “An Chris Weiss, of Fort Klamath, Oregon.
glad to indorse them for I think ( Congress
under the snsplccs of tlie Klamath
Court Reporter Calkins <>f Ashland when we find a good tiling we ought states of California, Oregon, Nevada, Any and all |>ersons claiming adversely
Falla brass band, at this ptace to
to let others know It,” writes Alfred and Washington Territory,” as extend the alx»ve-descril>ed lands are request
morrow night. Tlckrts for dance, arrived here Saturday on his way to| Heinze, Quincy, III.
to tile their claims in this office
They never ed to all tlie Public Lind States by ed
on or before tiie said 25th day of July,
•I.no; aupper at Klamath House.
act of August 4, 1892, William O. Hill, 1902.
gripe or distress. Sure, safe pills.
Rev. F. G. Strange has resigned
of Fort Klamath, County of Klam
Gwxi tune I n guaranteed all who
E. M. B ratton . Register.
ath, State of Oregon, lias thisdav tiled in
tlie Presbyterian pastorate at
this office his sworn statement No. 348. TIMBERLAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1H78,
The cold wave which struck here txbland and may locate at Marsh
Household furniture for Sale. for tlie purchase of the El4 of E\, of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
No. 21, in Township No. 32 8.,
H. F. M urdoch . I Section
the first of the week was general on field.
Range No. 7,*4 E. W. BL, and will
Rev. Mr. Beatty, newly Installed
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, )
the CoMt and In the Rmt, Ibusshow-
Latest styles mens and boys hats. offer proof to show tiiat the laud
L akkvikw , O rkgon , Maj 12, 1902. J
! sought is more valuable for its timber
Ing that we were not de1Bx«ratcly Methodist missionary on the Klam
iH'FKV CO. I or stone than for agricultural purposes.
Notice is hereby given that in com
singled out and made the sole victims
, and to establish his claim to said land pliance witli tlie provisions of tlie act of
NEW DENTIST COMING-
liefore tlie county clerk of Klamath Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
of unreasonable weather.
Every last Thursday and Friday.
Oregon, : t Klamath Falls, Ore act for the sale of timlK-r lands in tlie
Mrs. W. A. Morrison of Ft. Klam-1 Miss Alice Magllton, who practic county,
country haa “unusual weather” and
gon, on Friday, the 25th day of July, states of California, Oregon. Nevada,
ed dentistry here last summer, has 1902. He names as witnesses: Linsy and Washington Territory,” as ex
''unusual seasons. ”
just graduated with high honors C.
”», ; tended to all tlie Puliiic Land States by
Commencement exercises of the *Mr. and Mrs. Morrison have thlsj from the Portland dental college and Anna O. Sisemore, of Fort Klamath, act
of August 4, 1892, Linsy C. Sisemore,
Klamath Falla Nchool will be held in
Is now In Klamath Falls and will , Oregonj Sarah J.Rodkev, ofFort ,K I a in of Fort Klamath, County of Klamath,
A. E. Reamcs, district attorney, fill low her profession permanently. ! ath, Oregon; Chris Weiss, of Fort State of Oregon, lias thiaday tiled in this
Houston's opera house on Thursday
1 Klamath, Oregon. Any and all persons office hi» sworn statement No. 346, for
evening of next week.
An interest of Jacksonville, and A. 8. llamnmnd. She will do all kinds of dental work claiming adversely the aliove-deecribed tlie purchase of tlie NE’i, of Section No.
lands are request«! to tile their, claims 25, in Township No. 32 8.. Range No.
ing program which appears else lawyer of Medford, sl ipped here hist
in this office on or before said 25th day 7,‘a E. W. M, and will offer proof to
where In this paper, has been pre i Thursday en route to Lakeview.
show that tlie land sought is more val
Big line new clothing, suits »8.00 ofJulv,
pared. One student, Ray Fountain,
’ E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
The Paisley Post reports that Rev.
uable for its timber or stone than for
D uffy C o .
agricultural purjxises, ami to establish
will receive the honor of graduation. J. B. Stark «if tiiat place will attend (
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878— ilia claim to said land liefore the county
Iuikevlew Examiner: A targe crew
clerk of Klamath county, Oregon, at
Notice for Publication.
laiys and childrens shoes.
Klamath Falla, Oregon, on Friday, tlie
of railroad aurveyors with five wag 'lion m Klamath Falls next month, j
D uffy C o .
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,) 25th day of July, 1902. He names as
ons of equipage, are reported to be at
R. W. Beach of Navlox arrived
L akkvikw , O rkgon , May 12, 1902.1 witnesses: William O. Hill, of Fort >
Fresh confectionary, nuts, etc.,
Klamath, Oregon; Affie Hill, of Fort
work in Stone Coal valley, 3.5 miles ! here Tuesday on his return home
Notice is hereby given tiiat, in com Klamath, Oregon ; Sarah J. Iloilkey, of
D uffy C o .
west of Alturas. They are aald to be from Berkley, Calif., where he has
pliance with the provisions of the act of Fort Klamath, Oregon ; Chris Weiss, of
Up-to-date shirt waistsand under Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An Fort Klamath, Oregon. Any and all
following the old survey up Pit river, I ¡been attending the state university.
act for the sale of timber lands in the persons claiming adversely the above
wear al Mrs. May lone's.
through Stone Coal, llot Spring, and
Mr. Moore, father of J. M. and
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and described landa are requested to tile
Goose Lake valley, on through laike .1. B. Moore of this place, arrived
We have some nice patterns Jap- Washington Territory,” as extended to their claims in this office on or before
all tlie Public Land States by act of said 25lh dav of Julv. 1902.
D uffy Co.
county to a northern terminus.
here Saturday from Southern Cali ances floor matting.
August 4, 1892, Anna O. Sisemore, of
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Buckingham and Hecht Warenton Fort Klamath, county of Klamath,
Wo are told that I). M. Griffith, fornia, where he had spent nearly a
boots, siloes and felts, at Excelsior, state of Oregon, has this day filed in TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—
one of tlte proprietors of the big | year with relatives.
this office her sworn statement, No. 347,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
for the purchase of the 6U Sl\ *^, M'-/4
We wish to call attention to a call
rsncli at the l'optars on Upper
SWL and N''\ SE‘< of Section No.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. )
Klamath take, will return from ! for bids, published In this paper, for
1 have a few sacks of small pota 25, in Township No. 3'2 8., Range No.
L akkvikw , O regon , May 12, 1902. )
Sumpter some time next month, and « the const ruction of a school house toes suitable for seed, will sell for 7ti E. W. M., and will offer proof to
Notice is hereby given tiiat in com
will be accompanied by a practical at Fort Klamath. Blds arc to be »1.00 per sack while they last.
pliance witli tlie provisions of tlie act of
able for its timber or stone than for ag Congress of June 3,1878. entitled "An
O. S hort ,
«teambout builder who will conatruct tiled by Jone •*«
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
act for the sale of timber lands in the
claim to saiii land before the county states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
«large, new bout for the Griffith
J. F. Hoeller and Mrs. Boyd left
Summer coats and vests; nice, styl Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Friday, the and Washington Territory,” as ex
the latter part of last week for Port
tended to all the Public Land States by
ish goods at little money.
25th day of July, 1902. She names as act of August 4, 1892, Howard C. Cun
Lakeview Examin<>r: When Reach
D uffy C o .
ningham, ot Fort Klamath, county of
and Evans were al Washington they the grand lodges of I. O. O. F. and
Klamath, Oregon; Affie Hill, of Fort Klamath, state of Oregon, lias tills day
Klamath, Oregon; Sarah J. Rod key, of file«! in tliis office his sworn statement
wore introduced to President Rixisc- Daughters of Rebekah.
Fort Klamath, Oregon ; Chris Weiss, o No. 351), for tiie purchase of tlie W'4
II. L. Ross who spent several weeks
Veit. When the President learned
A teacher to teach the Merrill pub Fort Klamath, Oregon. Anv and all SW1^, Sec, 11, Lois 3 and 4 of Seetion
In the course of conversation that ■ here and Invested In considerable lic ftchool.
pereonii claiming adversely the above- 'No. 10, in Township No. 33 8., Range
8. K. M arti »,
described lands are requested to file
they were from Lakeview, Oregon, town property, left Sunday morning
Clerk District, No. 28. their claims in this office on or before No. 7'2 E. W. M., and will offer proof
to show tiiat the land sought is more
Eh? for Seal He. Ho expects to return to
said 25th dav of July, 1902.
valuable for its timber or stone than
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Well, yea, I have heard of Lakeview. this plaee in the near future.
for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish liis claim to said land before the
Please leave your firearms In the ’ W. A- Liston, the popular Arc In
Notice Is hereby given that sealed TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNES, 1878, county clerk of Klamath county, Ore
surance man from Salem, departed bids will lie received by tlie undersigned
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
gon, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Fri
until 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday,
day, the 25th day of July, 1902. He
L A. Duffy Informs us that prep- for horn® yesterday morning, after June
3, 1902, for the construction o( a
names as witnesses: James M. Einerv,
U nitkd S tatics L and O fficic ,
arat Ions are soon to be made for a having liecn In this county several school building in school district No. 7,
of Fort Klamath, Oregon; Warren D.
Takeview, Oregon, May 12, 1902.
big celebration here July 4th.
Hcj weeks. He expects to return here Klamath county, Oregon, in acco'dance
Notice is hereby given that in com King«Ion, of Fort Klamath, Oregon;
with plansand specifications furnished pliance
the provaions of the act of John Barker, of Fort Klamath, Oregon ;
»ays that among the unusual attrac-. in July-
by the board of directors of said district, Congress with
1878, entitled An Samuel R. Kingdon, of Fort Klamath,
thins will be a barbecued ox and a ! MI m Magllton, the dentist, arrived the building to be completed by Noy. 1, act w the sale of 3. timber
lands in the Oregon. Any and all persons claiming
log-rolling contest. The latter will Tuesday from Portland, where she 1902. The plans may bo examined at States of California, Oregon. Nevnda, adversely the aiiove-oeecribed lands
tlie office of the county school superin
are requeste«! to file their claims in thia
take place on the rapids of Klamath recently graduated from the dental tendent at Klamath Falla, Oregon. A and Washington Territory,’ as extend office on or before said 25th day of
river or on take Ewauna- After the college, and expects to locate, here certified check of 10 per cent, of the bid, wt of August 4, 1892, Affie Hill, of Fort July, 1902.
to J. W. McCoy, chairman of I Klauiath» vounty of Klamath, state of
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
election, which now absorbs chief permanently In the practice of her payable
the board of directors, unrot accompany
•ttcutlon, active efforts should I k
4- 4- 4- >b 4- 4- 4’ 49$»$
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas
kets, Paints, Oilsand Glass, Carpets and Lin
oleum. Wall Paper, Sewing Machines.
-S tiletto -
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
Clothing and Groceries.
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving
Hardware & Furniture Dealer.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
THIS SPACE BELONGS
DAIRY, KLAMATH COUNTY, ORE.
0. D. GRIZZLE
For General Stoni Work.
Cemetery Work of all Ki«4a •
All Work O»
Shop Opposite New Food
The Klamath County Lite Stock
Association will pay the above re
ward for the arrest and conviction of
any person or persons found guilty of
stealing or altering the marks or
brands of any stock belonging to any
member of this association.
Address Chas. Horton, President
or J. O. llaniakcr,Secretary.
NEW SPRING GOODS $
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE
MRS. E. J. BOYD. Proprietor,
Trimmed and Walking Hats, Undershirts, Stockings,
Shirtwaists, Ribbons, Etc., Etc.
Mrs. Blanche Griffith, who, with
others, went to Lakeview early In
January to make proof on a timber
claim, lost a pocket-book, containing
about $50, while en
There were »36 In greenback», *10
In gold and some »liver, finder will
please leave the pocketbook and con
tents at this office or at the Ortfltb
ranch at tbc Poplars on Upper Klaas-
ath lake. A liberal reward will bn