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s. C. ttltAVK*
WHY don’t you register?
Saturday is (he Iasi day.
,1‘" uh.imaj... of the gold.-n op- and 1» nr.-pai.d to do all klnitaof den* | vaifuero
ueru will probably find his present
P" "idly and have Dr. fo-horn. the tistry In an up to date manner, lie
He occupation gone and could ta- aeon di
’■'•‘"■ •wii ileuttat do your dental has priv tici-d In California for the
recting h plow which turns sixteen
Otlkr In th«* IlKri'iiii« n lliilldlng.
" ,k III» I,nice |B
the Kwauna past M years and ha» endorsements
feet of turf atone round. Why should
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Klamath ! alia, Oregon.
from newspapers all over California, not this state ot affairs cotne to pass?
Nidles Fancy Hose ti 1 b
<1. W. Muston was brought up Tim Scott Valley advance published It Is said “tliat the desert will i>e
MARK L. BURNS
....... ,,M- Enimltt ranch Saturday al Etna, Siskiyou county, In a recent made to blossom an the rose.” Here
K. R Filch < amr up from Mtnlll
is now at hl» home, lie ta doing Issue says:
in Alkali valley ta a township of as
....... .. ll,"l c.indll Iona wi - iii favorable
l»r. Schorn the celebrateti dentist good soil as can lie found anywhere.
Kld'iulh Falls, Oregon.
The talk of the luwn-Hoffuian, |,|* i»d hta soon ta-lng able to euiii- of San Francisco, will be In Kina In a We have plenty of warm weather
week or ten days,
.... ... uMng crutches.
Dr. Kehorn has here that will grow any crop. All
-'•'■xi .Monday and Tuesday even been In Yreka and Fort Joni-» for the that ta lacking ta the water lobe
Luula Pankey, of |||y, WMB M
ings llev. w. (j. hmith of Klamath past three months, where he has cs- I placed on thq soil al the proper time,
III the city Saturday.
I'.ill» will pren.-h at Merrill and It 1» ' labltalmd a grand rvputatlon.
He to make thia valley one of the moat!
M. F. Orr of Lorella was doing Ims
h - i I that all |M-rsona Interested in has done work tor hundred» of pco- productive places that can lie found j
Irn-M m 11„. city i||0 Ur(ll ,,f t|)<_ W(<ek
',l’-organization of a church of any I |>le In Scott valley, and they are all anywhere. This year, as ta true
.'larjissd iif lmrli wire and nulls at •l«nonilnaiioii attend these services. I loud In their praise of hia wonderful nearly every year, there has been riv
George Hum’s llardwaiu btu»<- East
ers of water gone to waste; or worse
Church — Sabimlh ability a» a demist.
it has gone down Lost rher tqbelp,
HOFITlAN, THE MAGICIAN.
Register now before too late. May
drown out the farmers on the borders '
•’»us F.X|M-rlenee" at 11; Junior En*
■ 4 Is the last day.
kl AMA III FALLS, ORB.
Those who attended the entertain of Tule lake. Why not reservoir
Hot lunchoa served at the <¡<•111 <l' avor at 2:30 p. m., senior ut 7:15
(jUNUKAL LA/y/lf HUSIHli'iS-
ment by Prof. Huffman, the magi these waters and hold tip-in until the ■
• ’afe. free from U to 2 p. m. Ml(| from
Nature has done her
.»■ Studii s In Ai-ta, very nourishing cian, al the opera bouse Tuesday eve proper season.
10 to 12 p. m.
for man to do
fnrnulb'd of any lands in Klamath Co.
If you want tirst clsss up to date Un- Illustrated lecture ba» been |io»t- formances ever given In Klamath his. All that Is needed to change'
Correi Ilona received dally.
dental work call ou Dr. Helium at the
Falls and will anxiously await his ap Alkali valley from a semi-desert to a ■
poni-d till Friday evening, May 20.
1 Ew sun« House.
pearance again Saturday evening. Mr. very productive region ta latxir prop-:
T- Anderson, wife and two
Umbrellas and parasol» The lirlck cltildri-n of Merrill left Saturday for Hoffman was educated under the erly directed. As for capital, la not i
great “Hermauu" and Is now consid thousands of acres of irrigated lauds !
Hi'- railroad en route to Kl. Louis
There ta a chance In your life to where they will take In the exposi ered one of the beat in his profession the best capital in the world? The i
Besides lielng farmers possess the land.
get a giMsi »«It made In the new tion and also visit old friends, Kl. In the United States.
that he Is could construct the Irrigating works
Cleanliness and Good Work I Klamath l-’alla Tailor Shop.
I.outa G-ing .Mr. Anderson's birth-
entertaining and amusing on the themselves. But will they?
A Y. Hearli, formally editor of the pl»'»-. It ta 35 years since be .left
stage, adds greatly to the pleasure of
D aiky K epoutkk .
They expect to
Lakeview Examiner, p.iMwif thru tin- tln-ri- to conn- weal.
Dairy, May 10, 1901.
Also Agent lor LONDON AND
• lly Mohibiy oil III» way to the rallload
was recommended to try our climate
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
F. J. Bowni- of Bonanza was In tlie for his health, will by request appear
l»r. M-born, the drnttat, will make
you a gold crown tor •’•, a set of Un- city Saturday and Sunday. He states at the opera house Saturday evening
The following I k the list of nameii
very best teeth for llu, silver Uli that the high water has Interfered at which time he will show his pow-
of pupils of the Klamath Falla Public
with tin- work on hl» pumping plant era as a hypnotist.
S< hoolM who have been neither tardy
A»k your frlrml» win. liavf m ,-n but that h<- <-x|M-cts to have it In op
nor absent during the month ending
lloffnun. wli.it they flunk of his p< r- eration by the tlrst of June. Mr.
May Ö, 1904.
fomiamr. Reserved seats st (lilt
Meals at all Hours
7 th AND STH GXADIM.
The game Sunday between the
!<• Bonanza Sunday and will construct
••Fats’’ and “Leans" proved as amus Minnie Barnutn,
tin- stun.- work for the engine and
Day or Night > >
N<-w line Men’s and Boy» HaU
ing a« was antlrl|mted. A great Lena Barnum,
Tlie Brick Store.
many ladles were among the crowd
Oysters, any Style
Win. Lubke and wife who »old their which witnessed the thin boys suffer Cheater Dr Lap,
Have your seats reserved early fur pr .jH-rlv here last fall and went to
The game last
Saturday night m Hie o|wra bourn-
frTR AND 6TH GBADM.
< allfotnla, returned to Klamath Falls ed for Hve Innings and resulted In a
will I m * crowded. Scat» on »ale al
Saturday. Mr. Lubke spent some score of 12 to 6.
Cher to Carrick,
I thin tn Redding and also went to
Virgil iM lJtj.,
; Hon. II K. Ankeny arrived In the lU-no, Nevada, but decided that there
I city Sunday frutti Ihr rallmad and wa* no place equal to Klamath coun badly treater! by the umpire and state John Hunsaker,
li.ui gone out to the big Ankeny- ty. Hi- ha« purcliaaed the residence that he calk'd strikes before their
3aD AND 4TH GRADE*
men went to bat but he got back at
of John Bateman and will remain them by saying that he saw some Glenn Beals,
Mont F. Hutchison inuk'*n your here. (laiMderatlon 1775.
thing near the plate and unlee they Kelton Gunther,
rubhrr stamps to order, and handles
Th»- clerk of School District No. 1, furnished him with a spy glass so as Louts Wampler,
. all kinds of office stipplk-s. Scud in has ;«»>ted notices calling for a »cliool to deride whether'it was only a shad low Elliott,
meeting to ta- held at the school house ow or not, be would stay by his de Manto Huuiioo,
9> bil Kiliott,
Mat llalncs of B.-df1<-|d who under • ai Saturday May 28, 1904, at which cisions.
went an operation for appendicitis hy there will ta- submitted to the legal
Tlie sympathy of the ladle» seemed Greta McMillan
Fabric Photography on Dr. Johnson of Botianxs over u week roters, the question of contractings to be all with the “fata" as they
In and 2 nd gnadim .
l<otid.-d debt of 811,590 for the pur- looked ho “cute” when running bases Tommy Arnett,
ago. is reported as doing nicely.
Silk and Lustcrine
| hm < of building a new sclnail house or after a ball, so with the ladles, the Boy Blehn,
<> o o
list, will give an exhibition at III«
building In Klamath Falls.
trousers all against them, the “leans" Clyde Farrar,
o|w-ra house Saturday evening. Itou't
You are invited to call
I polls will be opened at 1 I*. M. and l<«t heart.
mi»« it ha II ta well worth seeing.
remain open mil 11 4 P. M.
j. n. nooRE,
¡2 SPRING AND SUMMER
C. II. WITHROW,
Novelties in I’lioti^ntpliv
OPAL WORK NOVELTIES
liava ywu registered? |fo not put
It off, aa >ou only have a law days
left In whkh Io do so.
Edu a Bateman,
Waistings, Shirt Waists
Summer Dress Goods
New Line of up to date
Dry Goods, Etc, Etc.
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS.
r. XV. BURRISS, Prop.
Headquarters for AH Stage Lines.
Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per day.
Main Street, Near Bridge, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
J. V. Houston ta contemplating
Tlie following teachers have liecll
some Improvements on his opura
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY
Judge H. L Bciuion returned from house building In the future. He elected for the coming year for the
READY TO WEAR HATS
Jackson county Tuesday, lie left will probably M-t the stage liack and i Klamath Falta iichoota: School I list.
this morning fur Lakeview to hold enlarge the seating capacity and also No. 1—Prof. W. S. Slough, principle;
This may Si-rm i>ui has
FOR LHDIES, MISSeS HMD CHILDREN
lite May tcmi of circuit court tlx re.
old to the balcony and build some Miss Elva Galloway, asst, prln.; Mrs.
It ever occurrril to YOU
Hererfter 1 will pay no bills contracted by
Blankets, Ormfurtcrs, Bed Spreads Giles, lie li.is already signed en- Helen Zumwalt, intermediate, and any one except contracted myself or written Bear in mind that we give you more style and quality for
Dial YOU can protect
order from me.
money than can be obtained elsewhere. Our prices
The Brick Store.
i g.ig. nienls with several good compan- Mrs. E. V. Cogswell, primary.
Klamath Fall*. May 9 1«M.
Y<H’R family and YOUR
In a ta»«- taaur of the Yreka Jour
always the lowest. Hats trimmed to order.................
Notice of Dissolution.
J. G. Swan, principle and Miss Alice
estate with a ;s>ll<-y In
nal the editor say» he lias known Dr. which are: The Alricli Company, J
Ladies Furnishings, Dress Trimmings, Hair Goods, Combs, etc.
Notice 1* hereby given that the partnership
U m RQt IT \ i:: > in r.
of King A Fitch of Merrill, Or., ha* been dis
Sctann for years, ami recommends Meade Reiierlolr Company, Juliette
MRS. J. C. PEREZ, PROPRIETOR.
The city school retains all the solved by uau | ua 1 consent.
J. T. K ino .
that Is g’Hsi for Its fai-c
hili) as s tlist cl am up to date den-1 ( ’handler and Moore's Comedians.
K. E. F itch .
present teachers with the exception
value any day that you
The Young Mens Republican Club
may die, and that ta also
HmiHton Itron. proprietor» of tin 1 of Klamath Fall» held their regular; of Miss Applegate, who was offered
I Central miloon, cafe and opera lions.. meeting Monday evening at the court her old position but accepted the
worth In cash all tlie pre
Mrs, T. J. Offield, Prop.
hitvc dlMoIvcd |vartr.er*hlp try mutual house. Judge Willits, chairman of; newly created position of assistant
miums you shall have paid
'••on*»ent, Mr. J. V. Houston will con i the central committee, was present J principle of the high school in prefer-
(soil profits tH-sIdrs) If you
.u>d ¡ulilressiil Hie meeting. The club t-nce. The city school under Prof,
FANCY COLLARS, VEILING
tinue the bunlncM.
offered their support and assistance to J Slough and his excellent corps of
live twenty years?
Board by the day, week or
James Hrlncr, a prominent mining
the (’hairnisn and will work In con- teachers has made wonderful pro-
true. For tlie proof and
gress during the past year and the
man of Rogue River »alley, arrivili
j-HM-tlon with him in the coming cam-
full particulars s»k
school board are wise and verv furtu-
llerr Iasi week on a vacatimi anti
palgn. The Secretary was Instructed
nate In being able to retain the pres The table is furnished with
WILL S. WORDEN,
pleasure trip. lie la trialling with
to order 500 badges for the use of the
' Illa eousilM, the Houston Krol her».
the best that the market
iiicnibrni and republicans throughout
Miss Applegate is a most success
Klamath I alls, Oregon.
I Spring stock Men's and Boys cloth the county.
The Klamath County Live Stocvr
ful and experienced teacher and,
ing Tlie Brick Store.
Association will pay the above re
The Klamath Canal Company have while It will lie a lists to the graded
Hypnotic experiments will tie given
ward for the arrest and conviction •4
received a report on a quantity of HchiKil In not being able to secure her
H Hour Eyes are Weak ana by Hoffman, the maglctan, at the soil from the Klamath basin, which services, it will be a distinct gain for
any person or persons found guilty of
opera house Saturday evening. Dance
stealing or altering the marks or
they sent to California State Unlvcr-1 the high school, where her efficiency
brands of any stuck belonging to any
after the performance.
You will re
»lly at Berkely for analysis. The | and experience will be a great aid in
member of this association.
gret it If you iii I h .» siN-Ing Hoffman.
soil Is composed mainly of volcanic I advancing the excellent work which
I* Caatria'a Gham tnd F.y« Wish
Address Chas. Horton, President*
Klamath Falta Tailoring Sults, ash, which with the deposits of fer Prof. Swan has with such commenda
or J. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
pants and overcoats made to order In tilizing material have formed a »oil ble zeal inaugurated.
Aahlgod. f)r< <<>n. Jan 39.
Alto cleaning, re rich in all the elements of plant
Dar D ot tur I irli that my ey«»*lgM
,_r tlrwt clam style.
KLAMATH LAKE RAILROAD CO.
kit ryr sa. b I miui goti«' W lieti I ('«»naullrd yoti |Hilrlng and titi Ing.
Dress »ult» a growth. At some former time this
ini,, n,., „1 i.< -m IMI I
IL U. Janata, Prop’r.
whole country was covered by lava Our Correspondent Dwells on the Fu
ani brnrft r.i u(itliteflulljr. Mv ryralght la bri
IM EFFECT OCTOBER 18, 1908.
ter Itimi rvrr I h Lire and I atn noi iroubled
Rennie» A Jennings received this from the erupt Ions of volcanoes on
ture of Alkali Valley.
*Hh hea>lar ha* aa I aaa. Tlir gl a «ara ara
wt ek a very tine French wax ligure the north and this lava has been
For the past week tlie weather has Good Instruments at Moderate
veaifui and raay lo my ayr*.
for tlm display of dress goods. Thej made vesicular from contact with air l>een warm and it suits every ta»dy.
Walter More land.
and water and formed pumice and the I Grass Is growing tine, grain Helds are
7 A. M.
S P. M.
AaF<'»Hirln' h Ève W ahìi cures Gran
3 E. .M.
ulateti Luis, Wriik, M.itti-ry and I ii - position In one of the windows at the ash 1s merely the pumice in a very turning green and stock is picking up
tine state of division.
ftained Eie», Klralncd and Tlreil Kye» Brick Store.
(’••r i iniii or adulta, by mali 50 etnia.
Notice of Dissolution.
The Dairy school tinder direction
Address DII. ,1. E < ASTEIN, Oro-
> and >
land ofllre, who has been investigat I of Mrs. Keithly Is pmgresslng nicely.
Notice in hereby given that the partnership
k'xi bihiiiiih- of < ip'i iiu !rv. Ashland, rive shortly --Tlie Brick Store.
of oflleld A Verrill ha.« been ili.«M>ived by mil*
Cniuuiltat Imi Free.
Methodist Church Sunday school: ing claims and prisifa in Lake county Dairy people consider themselves for
tual consent. T. J. Offield succeeding to the
STRINGS, ALL KINDS
at io a. in., preaching at II, «ubji’Ct for the p»»1 month returned to Klam tunate In securing the services of so
l>u«inrw of the part nersblp and to collect all
a counts due and pay at! outstanding Uabili.
oihce Is Mr.
In good a teacher.
“Witlimit Gial.” Epworth
T. J. omrt.u,
W(irk hut t|u»t every effort is
nt 7:15, NiibjiM-t * "Temperance;
James Wight, our future school
W illis Vsssif,.
Merrill, May 1, 1904.
Notice is hereby given preaching at 7:45, subject “Proofs of i |M,|hg m.w|,. to get all tho old matters superintendent was around Sunday
| straightened up and it. Is hoped that Jooking after his political Interest.
that there are funds in God,a Love."
q,,, oillce will soon be able to set Some say he was Mxlng bis fences
the county treasury for
Caleb T Oliver, Proo'r
the redemption of all type writing with neatness and dis• ,|ah,K for the tinal proofs on the new Fox tight.
“In the spring of 1901 my children
patch. And also notorial work; legal entries. The office at Lakeview has
Klamath county warrants
Oregon had whooping cough,’’ says Mrs. D,
p.qH'iH |M>rliunlng to Hie transfer ot handled »00 proofs since about the builder, will soon commence
protested on and prior to roal ostate a specialty. Office oppo first of January sod tho fact that a pair of the Lost river bridge the
W. Capps, of Capps, Ala.
“I us« I
January 15, 1900. Inter site |MMit office.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with
great number of ent ries have been j lower gap.
SHIRE AND PERCHERON
the most satisfactory results.
est on same will cease Now that the people are confident held up »nd •hl,t nearly all entry men What ta the future of Alkali val-
think this Is the best remedy I bavo
from this date.
ilcy? This 1s a question that con-
that tlie Big Klamath canal Is a go.
ever seen for whooping cough. '*
Dated at Klamath F:alls, those who have failed t<> sign the Inis Imposed an Immense amount of I corns us all. It is likely that In
This remedy keeps the cough looce.
K°n’ ^his A4th day of i-ontnuts arc doing ho . Mr. Hawkins
1 some time in the future the traveler
the severity and frequency
says that a large number signed dur Scott before his return was In Paisley pmlmhly In an automobile, will pass
Having purchased the 3-year of the coughing s [ m >II s and counter
examining the desert, land selected over macadamized roads, through
H. Van Valkenburg,
ing the last week.
old stallion “Lad” of H. W. acts any tendency toward pneumonia.
'under tho Carey act by tho Portland
County Treasurer. The regular monthly meeting of Irrigation company, so as to make a . shaded lanes. He will pass hy fields
Straw, he will make the sea For sale by C. C. Chitwood.
of waving grain and al/alfa, graasy
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. the Klamath County Promotion Club report as to the true nature of the
lawns, tine two story painted farm
son at my place. I will let
was held Monday evening with I’res.
Nntlrs 1« hereby given thsl lhe r«rtner«hlp
TO THE TRAUE.
him serve a limited number
Alex. Martin In tlw chair.
Arnntl ha* bven (tteMOlvrd by
farm produce. The traveler may see
THE NEW DENTIST.
eonwint, W l> Rho»<t" su«o»M|ng lo ——----- -
Come and look at mir Une lire of
trains loaded with farm products go
a'*''"'■’'"’■»«"•th,'p«rti1er-iiip. »n<i looniiwi the committee on printing was an-
Season, May, June and July names» and Saddles now mad v up.
Dr. Sehorn, a dentist of San Fran ing to market.
We take pleasure In displaying them.
advert talng mat-
to provide advertising
ali,,..,. it h
House will probably be everywiierc
P A Ajhrd. I Fr td’.ev 4 Gunthr*
J I A»«n
Drug and Stationery