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Al OSE K
Lay in Your Supplies
The Brick Store
Until November ist
we will sell GROCERIES,
for spot cash, at prices
heretofore unheard of in
AUTHORIZE I HE ORGANIZATION OF
USERS’ ASSOCIATION AND PASS
Whereas thi n- is now svailahle under the provision« of the Act of
CN>ngress approved June Fth. I’.xC. a total sum of more th-in •2N.00U,-
000. for the const ruction of Irrigation works for tlie reclamation of arid
lands, mon than ♦t.ouo.eoo of which sum has been realised from the
sale of public lands wltliil the state of Oregon and
Whereas. The use of said money may be had for said purpose«,
without interest, and tlie irrigation works constructed therewith may
bei'oine the absolute properly of tlie land owners, whose lauds are
Therefore be It resulted, Tiiat we. tlie citliens and Irnd owners In
the Klamath Basin, in public meeting assembled for the pur[«ise of eon-
sideling the matter of rvqnesting tlie Fvdcial Government to constni.-t
yrnu ent ’inHrr tt»« a
KCJimucfi eouncx bj il*. A
MONROE KNOCKED OUT
IN SECOND ROUND.
Ixidttt.tib Palls, Orcflctl
Alex M.ytli»jrr(; |,.
E. M. B-.bb. Aast a >1
Jeffries Takes Revenge for Being
Called a Cur by Friends ot Mon
roe Puts Quietus on Champion
Ml MM MMMM - I MlM ■ INMMM
Is the policy ol this bank,
rigidly adherred to.
Safety first. Liberality next.
I’ o II gw I hl T •»•<* Gu» tig hin which th*
rhh tithe heavy »eight champion uf
• V«nk«w Mqlllvati”
Mi dr Ml.-olc
Il II l»»U.
t I ; is
Country Produce taken in exchange
< ries. Dn Good s.
tiling, I t.’Vt.
It has been quite definitely settled that the Federal Government will Munroe, ot Butt,- uoiiL, xw<-n» m-wii
continue their survey and investigation of ’l e Klamitli irrigation project. and out ts-torv Champion t v’1- -'' J' ff-
Three meetings which were held, one at Klamath Falls on Sat unlay, one at ries tonigir, in (lie second round.
Men 111 on M oii lay anil one at Bonanza on i’u ■> I iv »ere largely attended Tlie iua>i ttoin the mining regions
and were quite enthusiastic In liaviix the Government make the Invesilga- made such an extremely sorry show
Stfiplv <£ oo <1 m «
tion. Tliis w.is true to tile greatiwt extent at li- nanza. Mr. J. W. Hama- ing that tliegreat throng In Median
kar was one uf the principal yx'akirs at tile meeting Saturday, lie was
I. F. DAVIES,
also present and iddressed tie meeting at Bonanza. In offering the above la* prutislol to Referee Grancy
, resolution, which was adopted unanimously, lie explained the advantages against tlie decision tiiat had lieen
l tiiat would awrue to tl>e land owners and country in general by having tile given In favor of tlie champion. Tin*
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two giants liad not liven In Hie ring
' Federal Government undertake tile irrigation of this country.
He was followed by Mr. Humphrey, the Government engineer, who ex two uimutes when it was foremvu
plained tile Government system and the plans adopted m otli -r projects. O. tiiat the aspiratIons of M<mroe would
A. Stearns. Frank Adatus and a number of oilier land owners also gave lie disposed ot 111 short order.
Tlie miner was seared and awk
short talks In favor of the Government enterprise. A feature of the meet
ing was the speecli by II. II. Fink, wlio dwelt on tlie exceSKive Co«t and the
disadvantages uf the Klamath Canal system. He also explained to those had lilut twice un Die canvas taking
Jeffrie« directed tils
present how they could easily defeat certain objectloiialile features provided tlie count.
for in the reclamation act, especially tlie one in regard to ttie ISO acre bombardment against tlie stomach <*f
proposition. One would infer from Ills remarks that it is nut dlshumsi to his opponent, and each shot whs fol.
lowed by a blow on the J i<v Ill'll sent
cheat the Government.
Tiie meeting developed Into a general discussion, many questions being Monroe to his knees. JdTiles went
asked and answered. A luotiou was introduced that the resolution, as back to Ills corner after tin* iqs-nlng
adopted, be signed by all those in favor of it. Tills was passed after some round with a sneer and a laugh on Ills
swarthy face, while M'inroe’s seconds
objections. The chairman, R- A. Ernmitt, was authorized to appoint two
members from tins vicinity as part of a committee of seven, to represent tlie busied themselves witli bincliing salts
land owners and at tlie proper time to call a meeting tu organize a Water
W lien tlie two came together for
i tlie secund round the laugll oil tile
, champion's visage changed to a look
her that Cuxey’s armies do not march i taitimg the newly hatched Hsh to ar of dt-leriiiliuilloll tiiat Ixxlvd ill to the
under Republican administrations.
rive in Ashland within tlie next ' miner. Forty-five seconds after the
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week. The tisli are in equal iiumlier« gong sounded Monroe was lying on i
It is folly to criticies David R.
yellow and blue cattish, tlie varieties the flour, a bloody, biulsed muss of
Hill for his plan of managing a Dem-
that are the leading food Hsh of th,- humanity, witli Jeffries standing over
ocratic campaign, He fully appreci-
Mississippi valley rivers. To prevent him, ready. If necessary, to put the
ates that his party Shows t<> the best
tlie escape of his tish Mr. Cambers quietus on tlie championship ambi
advantage when diplomatic conceal
baa built a wler across the outlet of tion« of t-.ls adviiwiry.
meat is applied to its record.
tlie lake, find as the lake Is a shallow
Judge Parker’s silence on the Pana body of water wltli rushes and other 45OOO I*mils.
The men gave their
ma Canal question indicates tiiat be growth afiout the border tiiat will names as J. O. Stevens, Walter Lcr-
We keep the finest
lias heard from the country as to afford
feeding grounds for the well and Walter Nimpnun. The lat
what the voters think or the Demo
ter furnished ball and the oilier two
lot of horses In the
with er without
cratic denunciation of President I thrive and multiply until there will were brought to Klimith Falls and
'Roosevelt and a Republican congress1 I be tish for the fisherman in count less placed In the county Jail to await
for making possible the consiimrna-l numbers. As catfish will lie some trial at tin- November leru* if court.
tion of Columbus' dream of a western thing new to the markets of Southern
passage to the Pacific, the most pro- Oregon and Northern California. Mr.
| diglous engineering enterprise iu the Cambers expects to bare a good de
i history of the world.
mand for his fish. These varieties <>f
catfish are esteemed a favorite f,H*l
TRAINED Wlfti bLNSON.
Ash In the Middle States and in the, Thos. B. Walker Buys Timbe
THOS. W. NEWTON, PropT
For years it lias been conceded that cool, pure water of Buck lake they
Judge W. G. Lorigan wasthe “brains” should lie of good quality. Tlie meat
uf the politicians of Santa Clara of these tish Is white and readily sep- j
county. Now lie will have a chance arated from the bune« ami when roll-' The Alturas N'-w Era says: Dr
| to utiiize these political brains to his ed in flour and fried a rich brown it H. T. ItiMlon, we utiderstand, sol- -
i own ease and advantage. It is al- is a toot tisome dish foreven an Oro- alsiut one half of ills timber holdliu.-
toT. II. Walker, last week. With
, nuwt certain tiiat tlie Republican gonian's table.
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
I the Ballard timber land, and th,
party—will in their “calls” issue a
others that »old along with tlie Ills
demand for a nominee as candidate
EAST END, KLAMATH
don tract we understand that then-:
0. - FALLS, OREGON.
for the p<«ition of Supreme Court
w,-re almut 35 claims disposed of by ' f
riorHt'H boarded by <!
d tv, week < or month
Judge. Lorigan is filling the unex-
Hay anti Grain bought mi l x<»l<l.
i pi red term of Judge Temple. He Sheriff Obenchain and Posse Sur l<«-al people. Tins will undoubtedly 1—«1 VCry.
distribute a little money here,
was selected by governor Gage a few
PtiHHcngurH conveyed tn all parti* of Southern Gregory
In an Interview with Thu*. B.
days before the latter went out of
Northern t hiwriiiii ut the very loweat ratea.
Stetson nml JÄlilolcl lints
Walker, tlie timtM-rland king, we
office. It is a debatable point as to
are Now In the County
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
wore told ills views upon cultlug tim
i whether Lorigan'« position expires
ber, also what tn- intended doing Linkville. Phone Main 14
NEW LINES TINWARE AND CROCKERY
I now or two years hence. Whatever
with Ins holding« in tins state. He
! the politicians say, tlie Judge him
Wood River valley stockmen have said his idea was to secure enough -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- —
self declares he is there for some time
yet. He is an Invincible campaigner. been missing cattle fur several years timber to make the supply perpetual,
He says that the
Henry Benson, his partner in law but all efforts have been unavailable in this way.
is about one per
practice when both were young men
in San Jo«e, was recently re-elected week. The stockmen decided to place cent p<-r year. His idea Is to build a
Judge of tiie First Judicial District a strict watch upon the cattle so as road Into the timber, start cutting at
of tlie State of Oregon, leading tlie to tie ready if any attempt was made tin-end tiiat is nearest tin- market 4*
Lowest Prices Republican ticket in four counties. to drive them off. Last Monday they and cut only Such t ree« as have r<-a< li 4*
' Lorigan is a wit and a raconteur of became suspicious of a party of men ed maturity. In this Way lie thinks
Russell Sage is XX years of age and | the iiist water, So is Benson. They from the Umpqua, who had been tiiat it will take fifty years to go 4*
rated at (170,000.000. He should be : trained together, and both have working in the hay Helds and were through the tlnsla-r belt. At tin- ex T
eligible for tlie Democratic Vice- made a success in politics. They are leaving on the pretext of going home. piration of Sin n time, witli tlie In 4*
They at once telephoned Sheriff crease of one per cent per year, tlie f
Republican in Folitfci, and devoted to the Presidential nomination in 1003.
both popular.—Tlie S. F. Wasp.
Timber, Agrirnltural, Stock and Wool inurvsts
Obenchain, who went to the Fort remaining Graber will have grown f
of the great Klamath County.
“ ' Ours
said j Judge
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•-> <t a world
vx ui j p power
11»• l r ” s<*iu
u< j 4* Of A k ■ T
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during the night in company with lifty ja-r rent. Starting again, be be
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I HI IVIV
Parker in his speech of acceptance, ILA J I LAili^Il
Sam Walker. The cattle were start lieves it will lake fifty years to go t
Published every Thursday by
and lie might have added, “thanks to
ed the following nlglit and a posse of through the second time, and soon. 4*
the wisdom of the Republican party.”
of IX men was organized and divided Of cour«e he says, tins is not for one >i4*4-M*4***r 4*4*4*4 44-444*44*4“r 4‘4’4‘4‘X
WESLEY O. SMITH,
inter t so bands. The sheriffs party in.in to accomplish, lint will contlniie
Judge Parker assures the voters
E ditor and Paonirroa.
Cambers, a prominent, resi contained six men and Deputy Geo. for generzittons. 'I ills Is Indeed look
that the Democracy is the coming i A’
a gi'-at way ahead, but It «cciiis
party, The only trouble is that It dent of Ashland and owner of the Denton, Jim Wheeler and Jack Pel- ing
SVBSCXirTIOH ratm :
re.iaonable. Mr. Walker says tiiat,
Ossyesr (In advance)............................... »■» no always arrives four years
the time Is coining when the I uni tier
; in Klaiuath county, was in Jackson- started In pursuit arid overtook the mi ll of tlie i-iltlre west will peiHlie
■ ville over Tuesday night to attend a rustlers before they had gone over 15 tlii-se methods. However, he says, In
THURSDAY, SEI-rMlBI.:;, I. mol.
The Panama (anal is another session of Hie Oregon Chapter No. 4, miles. Evidently thinking they were tin- ev lit tiiat taxes would be too
achievement of which the Democrats .........
u A j-
M., says the Sentinel, Mr. safe they had shipped for a rest, In a high, Hu- iiinilrw man would neces
The Sultan of Turkey share« the complain only because it represent« Camlx-rs’
.............. ’ Buck Lake property em- secluded place in Cherry Creek can sarily lie compelled to go Into the
Democratic fear of President Roose Republican ability to grspple with braces 2,000 acres, on which is sltuat-
woods and strip the land of Its tim
yon, but were surprised by the sheriff ber ami I lien abandon flit land, Dill
perplexing and difficult problems.
led-Buck lake, a pretty body of water and handcuffed and brought back to In counties where the lax late Is
of 500 acres, the remainder of the the Fort» All were armed. They within reason, Ills Id, a would I«-to
Chairman Taggart will not open a
The claim of certain Democrat« In
being tine grazing land and had started with 75 head of cattle only cut lite maimed trees ,-arli year,
western headquarters. The Demo the west tiiat silver should lie wortli . tract
groves of timlier that make but owing to their haste and the I bus giving I Io- county n reasonable
crats have no hope of carrying any as much an ounce as wheat is a bush- ,
tax for all time to conn-. lie lx a
e) should lie classed with the humors
PlaCe “ nalUrttl
°f K™11 roughness of the country only had 25 very pleasant old gentleman, and It Is
state west of the Alleghanies.
head left when caught. IX of these sure that. In- undi-rslantis the lliiib<-r
that alw.vsm.rk the progress of a
The western Democrats who were
Cambers will add cat fish raising as a belonged to Meibase Bros, and 7 to and lumber buslnes«, and we concur
lhat counties can tx-tti-r Hfford to re
clamoring for Judge Parker to break
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side venture at Buck lake and lie lias George Lo< isley.
ceive a small or reasonable tax from
bis silence did not expect him to
They waived examination la-fore Its limber lands for all time Io come,
Ex-President Cleveland professes to an order for 100,000 cat tisli placed
jas . bi<;i cr , Pl
break their political hearts at the fear President Roo«evelt and the wlth
1’nlted Htatcs Fish Connnls- Justice of the Peace James Emery of than to receive a heavy tax from
army. Mr. Cleveland should remem- sioncr and he expects the tanks con- Fort Klamath and were placed under them for but a few years.
a complete and upto date line of
Our STOCK is complete, our
QUALiTiES are guaran
teed, our PRICES are
the lowest, we will ap
preciate your BUSINESS
LARGEST FALL AND WINTER
LINUS at any point off the rail
road in E astern Oregon, of DRY
GOODS, DRESS GOODS, FANCY
GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, LADIES READ
Y-TO-WEAR GARMENTS, ETC.
Trunks, Valises, Carpets, Bsds, Furniture. Cur
tains, Cooking Utensils, Crockery, 'Tinware,
Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc.
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
Napa Tan Shoes
School Suits and Shoes for Boys,
Agents for Continental Tailors, Chicago, and
Henry Hilp, San Francisco.
Klamath Kominercial Kompany
Car Load of
Klamath Falls Hardware Dealer
IN BUCK LAKE
i Horses that wiil please you
Ring up Main 193
With or without drivers *
'/‘’/• (I to all points