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L(X Al. A NDBUSI N ESS BI : IE FS !
See Newton tor Livery.
• iptaln 0. /• Apple.'«».', nf Klntnatli
A ’»’ - - ’pent several days in U.I» city j Mr« II. I*. Galartlvau will leave for
Sgn Frato-i«.-« next Seimila) whore lite
• •'« nerk,
l>rti:t»sMAK!Nr F-r Dee»>ni:iking will purchase a -elect at.a'k of mllitneiy
,v e»i M-» FherW<w.l Marjfie cottage, for lliv spring tmilc.
DoiOtl1 hule.s Hilnti->l Thou. NeWtun.
pii list can he supplied now with
Reports from Jmlgi* Hvnuoii »tali’ tiiril
K H st"at the Cthfral Dittili?
hv lut» left Wa.hiuglim on hi» return
■ 'I' ,« with tir Without meals.
trip to Kluinnth Fulls, but will visit «ev-
Th? Vglehtme Ball, given at Hoti«- vral Eastern jioiiita l-eiote his aruval
•pira H.arse on Valentine Eve, is hero.
■« tcJ to have l>cen a success. The
Hilng in that wufi'li my repair ile
remained until long after mid-
partm>'iii cunuot put in vnier »u*l claim
i , i
v. ired by the pleasant pastime.
I the hundred dollar reward. L. Alva
iN’t) TUNlSG-tt. F. Hal! is here Lew is.
, ■ | Ian fining. His work Is guar-
J. W. Hiimaknr itn*l Rufus 8. Moore,
R< ferencea can be obtained at
who wen- indicted by the Federal Grand
iCl.imath. Leare orders at t\ inters’
Jury at I’ortlgiid last week, left tor that
city yestenlay morning. While they
,ge Loosley, of Klamath Agency ha*! not been notified to apjiear, tiwy
w:.s in Riamate Falls this week looking thought it best to rejKii t at Portland and
•be .natter of establishing a brick arrange for the trial of the case.
> .1 òcre. Mr. Loosley is making a
Fine watch repairing at W inters' jew
uo»«« to ascertain how many brick
Ss la place«! here during the coming
Rev. Smith expects to be home Fri
.n s-. •, and if the results are satisfac-
, '• . o will put in a first class brick day and w ill eouduct all services as usu
al at ilw 1’rosby teiuiu church next
: ■ .. ‘actiry.
i x Martin, Jr.. Chairman of the
| Strayed—Came to my place a'<ont
vity Chanci!, is In receipt of informa-
October 15, 1904, light buckskin horse,
»ion to the effect that the new charter
black inane and tail, weight about 900
Klarratli Falls has passed both hou
pounds. Owner can have same by
ses ot rhe legislature, but has not heard
proving property and paying charges.
whether or not the governor has signed
C. F. Arant.
t'.e eame. It is not believt*!, however,
This office has this week finished
.hat t'ie chief executive will hesitate for
printing on card board, a full list of the
one minute to approve the bill.
ownership of every lot in Klamath Falls,
Methodist Chitrch—The second quar- which the Klainaih County Abstract
t. h conference for this year will l>e Company will furnish to purchase.« o(
held at the church on Saturday at 2 P. the uew map of the city, which they
M. Sunday Schoo! at 10. Sermon at 11 have just completed.
’■ R»ve,end J. M. Sweeny, after which
the .'•ncrament of the Lord’s Supper w ill
■re administered. Epworth League at 7. book-keeper desire« a position, or w ill
r..l.j.-ct. “Glorifying God iu Our Home.” attend to several sets ol books, also ex
J reaching at 7.45 by Reverend Sweeny. pert or oj»en up uew sets. Address Box
«0, Klamath Falls.
Captain Hansberry, of the steamer
Meals at all hours at the Gem Cafe.
V , r-j-n.a stated yesterday that work is
First class service.
procre»sing on the cabin of the new
Engineer Humphrey received a num
1. »t at Odessa, and that as soon as it is
finished the vessel will begin her regu- ber of rojxjrts of the Committee on irri
'ir run. It will require at least another gation of arid land including that of the
month or six weeks’ time to complete Klamath project, as made by the Con
gressional Committee and l*as distribut
ed a number in Klamath County. This
Major C. E. Worden left for an cx- report shows that Klamath is the fav
ien led trip in the east last Saturday. ored section of all the arid west.
He traveled by boat to Keno and thence
Gilbert Anderson, the hotel man of
bv stage to Pokegama. He expects to
Dairy, was in town yesterday and re
b ..baent several weeks, and will talk
ports things prosperous at that place.
Klamath w herever he goes. Mrs. Wor
Clothing cleaned, repaired and press
den, who's ¡»’ready in the east will re
ed at the K. K. K. store.
turn with her lineband.
OCTA MAP OF KLAMATH FALLS.
Notice is hereby given that there are
New bine line clothmap of Klamath 1 („"¿"‘in "he County' Treasury’ for the
1 au«, sise 28 by 34 inches, with index of redemption of all outstanding Klamath
warrants protested on or prior;
ownerships of all lots and all parcel« of Countv
Im 1 in the corporation and nearby vi- to January 18, 1901. Interest on same
will-cease from this date.
c.rntv, on February 1, 1905. For sale at
Dated st Klamath Falls, Oregon,
t-i iTJ by
this 26th dav of January. 1905.
L. Alva Lewis,
Kiauiatb County Abstract Company
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Town Treasurer’s Notice.
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds in the town treasury for the re-
d*-mption of the following warrant«:
1>K 1136, 1137,1138, 1139. 1140, 1141.
11 "2. Inteiest w ill erase from this date.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Or., this 12th
d .y of January. 1905.
J. W. SK-tnens, Town Treasurer.
I am prepare«! to furnish blue
prints of any Township in the Lake
view Land District. Prints cor
rected before mailing. Address
W. B. Snider,
DEATH GF MRS. CARRICK.
Mrs Mary E. Carrick, of tins city
»lied last Friday morning at the age of
47 veark, 10 months and lour davs. De
ceased was the wife of A. D. Carrick,
who was killed by lightning in this city
less than a year ago. She was a native
of Missouri, and came with her parents
to Jacksonville, Oregon, when three
years old. Her maiden name was Mary
E. George. She afterward met A I*.
Carrick at Yreka. California, ami was
married to him about 35 years ago.
They came to Klamath Falls a few years
later, w here they reuiameJ uulil their
Deceased is survived by four children,
one of the sons having died at Los An
gelcs a few years ago. Those living are
Mrs William Humphrey of this city;
Geo. W.l’arrick, age»l 19; Fva Carrick,
15, and Uberta, a boy aged 13 years,
who also reeide iu Klamath Falls.
Deceased was a meml>er of the East
ern Star, which order conducted her
funeral services. Rev. J. W. Bryant
performed the religious rites. She was
a memlier of the Presbyterian Church
of thia city, and before her health failed
was an industrious religious worker,
*<he was formerly a member of the Con
gregational Church, but uniwd with the
Presbyterians a few years ago in the ab-
scence of any Congregational church or-
gaiuzaUmi at this place.
T. G. Donan and Edward Ferguson
have removed their shoe repairing and
clothe« cleaning -hop to the building in
the alley next to the K K K store, w here
they will lie ph-ared to see tiieir obi and
j Phone Main 14 ;
lx. your eyes blur at times?
Do they hurt after reading?
Are there frequent headaches?
Are the muscles around the
eyes drawing wrinklesand
| LiVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES
“£ « mooe nncEineRï”
Only when eight is gone is the
te.rible danger realized. I ex
amine the eyes in the most intel
ligent ami careful manner with
out charge. If glasses are need
ed I can supply the correct lenses
mounted in any manner desired.
KLAMATH FALLT AND MERRILL
L.-.rgest and Best Equipped Stables in Southern Oregon t
TOURIST'S TRADE A SPECIALTY
Alex Martin Jr, Cjuhier
Alex Martin, President,
E. R. Reame». Vice Pro’t,
E. M Bobb. Aast. Cnhier.
lc the policy o' this hank, and It hr
rigidly adlierred to.
Safety first. Liberality next.
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Stoves, Tinware and Crockery *
Wagonsand Farm Implements *'
GEO. T. BALDWIN
4» 4» 4M
BIG SHIPMENT OF SPEC-
IALLY SELECTED WALL PA-
PER WILL BE HERE SOON
hardware Deader Klainaih
♦ 4- ♦
Fresh walnuts, filberts, pecaws,
Brazil, almonds, peanuts.
A. J. MANNING
Millinery, Dress Goods,
up-co4)flce DRessmB in« CHITWOOD’S
OVERSTOCKS, ENDS OF LINES
Æ11 at Cost fin<l L cns ''JClicin Cost
Men’s four Buckle Arctics
Men’s Confort Alaskas
Wo me i n’a Comfort Alaskas
$6.00 Shirt Waist«
4.50 Shirt Waists
4.00 Shirt Waists
3.00 Shirt Waists
3.50 Ladies Sweaters
1.25 Ladies Underwear
3.2a M bur l-bticklt* Hubhwrs with Folta 2.
2.75 Meng i-bnrkle Rubbers with F c II h
25 per cent to 50 per cent Reduction on Den’s Sweaters, Winter Underwear, Wool Socks, Ltc
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
AGENCY LAMM & CO.,
K FULL LING OF
BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS,
"BEST ON EARTH”
JS.XT^i;<s COIIX'FK IVSi
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Trimmings, Ribbons, Waist Patterns, Cloaks, Shirtwaists, Skirts, Woof, Ffanelette and Knit Undergo
ments, Sweaters, Hose, Gloves, Etc., Etc. Men’s Sweaters, Underwear, Overshirts, Socks, Suits, Etc., Etc
10 and 12^ ct Outing Flannel
12J ct Flannelette
45 ct Eiderdowns
30 ct Swansdown
20 ct Fleece Back Waistings
60 ct Albatross
$1. 25 Women’s one Buckle Arctics
1.75 Men’s one Buckle Arctics
Klamath Falls. Or«aoit
FANCY GOODS, TRIMMINGS, LACES
Watchmaker ami Jeweier.
H. j. WINTETS,
C. T. OLIVER, Proprietor, Successor to W. W. Hazen.
W. < • Smitli
J. Scott Caylor.
The JMint week lias l>een one of indict I ('. Riit*-ni'
ments by the Federal Grand Jury al I'.et ll. J. Winter»,
land .which have caused sensations and t'ii.irhi- IrSM
scandals throughout thecountiy. Foil John <r. Swan
• (Oil 4M»
ed Male* Senator Mitchell. Congress W. B. Barne»
men Hermann and Williamson have all C. Ron« Anderson. ..
l*een charged with being implicated in
the gigantic land frau.la of the Pacific Caleb T. Oliver .
West, besides having entered into a con
spiracy to obtain large lashes of public I Charles W.sslar*!
lands through fraud.
In addition to these. Judge Tanner of < >ttn Heiilrieh. ........................
Portland, Mitchell’s former law partner ; Walter lennox
fr I (X)
was indicted for perjury, and the aged C. C. Chitwo*«!
lawyer went before the court ami plead M IFsiher (tiint»er claim) . .
guilty, stating that he had sworn fslseli A. H. Fliipp». Mt. Vernon,
Wash, (timber * l»itii) .........
to save his partner, but that he made n
.-lean breast of the matter after the in Win C. Riaigers, Mt. Vernon,
Wash, (limiter claim)
•iictment was found in order to shield
his son, who was about to become irn
linbrd briorr a jury in thr ojwn conrfa <»(
plicated in the matter.
In addition to these, F. I’. Mavs, State lhr country. and thm charitable new 1
Senator from Multnomah W. N. Jones should I* taken by all.
Senator Mih-hrll who ha« heretofore
and George Sorenson, were also indicted
as accomplices with the government held the aympathy <>( the t’nitnl States ,
Senator» who brlivW’d him innocent,
official« in the conspiracy for crime.
The range of the work of the Grand han now i<w*t their eontitlencearvl though
Jury has extended still further, finding they believe him guilty he declare» he
indictment« against prominent men I will hold hi» »eat in the National A»
throughout the state, Event wo of our aemhly and will tight the cate to the
own townsmen have fallen under the bitter end.
A» to the Klamath Kalin' citizen» w ho
ban of the Grand Jury'« work.
While a nnnil-er of paper« and a num are imlictiM. the people «In not regard
ber of |iersons have already pronounced the matter »♦•riounly and (»rlievv that th«
men, w ho are goal citizen» and largv
many of the men charged with crime prop rty ovnere, w ill come out «>( th*
guilty, yet the law presumes that they trouble without *tain U|x»n theirchara« •
•ire innocent until their guilt is *'«tab- tern.
Notice of Removal.
The rnilroa l «iihrerlp'lon li«t I» g"’“
Engineer T II. Iluuiphery received
ilig. Alleili » ID.IkM ha» now N ell »>b
nntru<’ilol)» vealci'lax (r«»m tlie »«tllcer»
M-rilwd, ami »’.1» IW» mme i» •'> mgl>'
( the Keulainaliim Seivi e al N aahing-
Thì. al..... will cerimi I mhi Ih» Klamall
•n. 1». C. to immediately make an vMi-
Falla eltinena. and Ilio reioainiog »Nl.lH»
Hile ol the niiiiiln r of engineer« imhv »-
• major portimi thereof, will IS....
ary to valaldlidi a »urvev ol a |terma
eili»ei<. •’< th
(!»•• ou I mk I v .
»ent goveiniiKUit iirigatioii canal in
count i have not iet I......... ailed U|»*n ’
Jamath County. The Engineer han conni)
eimtribiiie. but It 1» ladlvrod when th- 1
e<‘i> bm»y making tiguree» luising bi* on-
intate» U| h » ii the data which he liaa muller is thoroughly <'xpl»i'’*l •“
that liter will eiintribilW laigelytolh
athcrml aince he came to Klamath
'ountv, anti will inform the head <*111 rnlrrpriiM*.
The wlmlesale men *d I’ortlaml. Sai
era at «mce o( tliv iiunilirr of < IlgillVVl »
Fran* i«c*>, <ai”»meiit*». an-l other iin*
ili’ing biisincs. in this coillitv have 1**
Mr. Humphrey con»i«lera
ciille*l ii|»»n for ......
»ml it i<
age fitiin hvatl«|uarter» a vv
el|iei'te<l that several thoiiMml dolls»'
oit one. He nil)» that it 11
will I h > iai«i«l from Ihi« source. In ad
he government has n«>t only <tvci«le«l to
dition to thesa non ru»i*ienl laml own
»uild the canal, but it intend» to go
er« ami owner, of liuilmr claims In thi-
ihont the work at once.
Ci-iinty have li-en communicate I with
The Con»ulting Board ha» given «1» H
die notice that it will meet heie in and tin > ate ex|M'cli'*l to at Id laigth •’
tile fliml. Mi-.ar. Driscoll 1111*1 " order
\prii. It will meet no doubt at the
have Is <11 busy tlie |>a«t week, ami hand
-am« time the Arbitration Committee
in the following as the •■orri-etrsl list t*
ikh 'I p .
The Coiiniilliug Board will
ol stiltsciiption» to the Imnus:
nakc general eeliniate» •»( the work, a l
ise as to plan», and manner of jwr C. S A I*. S Moore
ottuii g the woik. The vngiiiver in C. E. Worilen.
horoughly •mti»tiv«l that but little time W, A. Wright.
\ ill Iu* bait in proceeding with the w 01 k. G. W. White
In the mvantiuie, the Klamath Canal
'ompaiiv in 1 unhing it» w«*ik right J im ’G. 1’ifnv
It mm ) oo
divad with a full c» r|* of men. Il in
■»elievvd that this is being done by the Charles D. Willson.
■ompanv »«« that in the event of a fail H F Murdoch
ure of the At l>it ration Com mil tee ar
riving at a »atinf.ictory Hgreeniv’’.t, the
I n al company w ill lx» able to continue Schallock A Eaggett...
its woik and carry out itx contiacte
Mr». R. W. Marple
with ita atiliacribera.
Th« general opinion of the public in, Ja«per Bennett.
however, that the arbitration will la»
■ • 250 00
ma le »atisfaetorilv ami that liefore the Ernest Soule
middle of April the Klamath Canal
Coin|ianv will have Iwen paid and re Henry A Houston
tired from the fiehl, and that the gov
eminent will la* buny carrying out tliv j Mrs F. F Heidrich
great project for which the people are
Mr» M. McMillan
Trepaia’ions are l*iug mail, to esta!
lish a teni|«>rary |»>ati>lliin al Crate
I ake this summer, as well as a stag
line Iwlweeu Full Kh'inalfi and th-
gnMl summer ivs>-rt (or the bent li* "
toililsta and Visitoi»-
8ii|wriritendent W. F Arant wa« it
Klamath h‘alls the tiist of the week eu
dilating a petitum diiected to the posi
otlice ilepailiuenl at Washington.D. I -
asking foi the postotfice and mail line
Ho obtained plenty of signatures, iuid i
is IwlieVeil that the request will I*
It is only intended to keep the p*»l
office four months, which will over tin
summer season, ami a |x»stotfice at th*
place even si-a-onlor this length of lion
woul-l prove lieiiiticial to the great l’a k
which draw* so many sightseers annual
Tiie distance from Fort Klamath t*
Crater laike is 22 miles. The road i
good, and with a tri-weekly line, tin
would draw hundreds of visitors wlo
would not otherwise go to the park, ow
iug to the inconveniences of transport
Superintendent Arant stall-
that the indications sie that a larg*
number of people will visit the park
this season, as Klamath’s fame is spread
ivg abroad, ;uul the fact that thousand-
>f people who visit the la'wis ami t iaik
l'air have heard of this wonderful Iwau-
tv of nature, makes it probable that
they will take advantage ol the occasim
to see it.
, Pare Bred Stallions £ -
• Bufi Cochin Chickens;
RAILROAD BO\'JS GRJAS.
IRRIGAI ION NLWS.
. POST u F h CE FOR u H^ i ER LA m
BOOTS, HATS, CAPS,