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KLAMATH rSRßEB SHOT r
EUROPE IN CUR MARKET.
Wonderful Abeorbtive Power of the
Old World for American
LOCALAN I) BUSINESS BRIEFS !
When you think
of your spring and summer
•uit, think of the K. K. K. Store.
C. 11. Withrow and family, who have
lice» spending the winter in Portland
returned home amrday. Mr. Withrow
New line of emblem pin» just arrived, ha# considerable land holdings in Klam-
—L. Alva Lewin.
ath County ami he will give hie at leu.
Meal, at all hours at the Gem Cafe, ‘¡on 10 ‘here for the preteut.
Firat cla#s set vice.
Strayed—Came to my place about
The Novelty has just received a new October 15, 19tM, light buckskin horse.
etock of la lie# underwear.
blu. k mane and tail, weight about HIM)
Oillwrt Anderson of Dairy was a visi pound*. Owner can have mtuie by
proving properly and paying charge#.
tor in the city the first of the week.
C. F. Arant.
John Griffith of Olesaa came down
Satnr.lay with the steamer Alma.
Louis Pfannstiehl, of Redfield, was in i
the city yesterday submitting evidence
in a contest case before Tudge Baldwin, j
Mr. I’fannstiehl had contested the entry .
of tbe land in question several years
ago and lias made his home on the land '
eversince. When he was ready to make
proof on it aa a homestead it was dis
covered that the papers in the case had
l>een destroyed by fire at Lakeview anti
C. D. Wilson and wife returned home it was found necessary to go through the
Bunday after an extended trip of several same proceedings the second time.
months. They visited Portland, Salem,
Captain G. W. Woodbury and wife
San Francisco, Southern California and returned to the city Thursday evening j
also made a trip into Mexico.
from Portland, where they have been ;
Clc.tnliiK.iS and Good
In an article In World's Work en
"What Europe Meaus tol'« 'J D. Wbelp-
"Always buying more than It sells,
lending more (han It borrows, and In
ex cry way apparently giving more than
It take«. Buropa'a constantly Increasing
population, wealth ami power, form a
mystery, for they are the moat wonder
ful «nd taecluating of all economic phe
"The United States ha# a population of
22 10 the square tulle, in the last I'M
years Europe has sent 4O.lW.l'-H> people
to the United States and other new coun
tries. aud yet to-day has a population of
103 to the square mile.or nearly twice as
many aa when this emigration began lu
the meantime wages have Increased,
wealth has plied up. trade has quad
rupled and the purchasing power of th-»
people of Europe has more than kept
pace with all these advances.
"Even to estimate the auuual domes
tic exchanges of Europe Is beyond the
reach of lutelllgible figures. The for
eign exchange is a quantity which can
be determined with more or less accu
racy. however, ami Its amount 14.11».-
000.000. annually —conveys an Idea of the
tide of commerce that flows through Ibis
heart of the world.
"The Imports of these IS countries
amount to fS.OOO.OOO.OOO. the exports to
Jfi.000,000.000. showing an excess of pur
chases over sales amounting to 13.000,-
000.000. The imports from abroad, mean
ing from countrlesotherthan European,
are to supply European deficiencies, and
these are largely of food and raw mate
"About C5 per cent of the total exports
from the United States are of agricul
tural products, though much of this
might be regarded as manufactured
goods because many agricultural prod
ucts are put through manufacturing
Roughly speaking, the
American people sell I'JOoj'OO.O'JO worth
of such products a year to foreign buy
ers Nearly 90 per cent goes to Europe,
hence about four fifths of the American
goods sent to Europe supply food aud
"American products feed the opera
tive« in European mills and factories
who are making good« for all the world
They provision the foreign shlpa which
carry the world's commerce, and keep
down the cost of living in Europe by sup
plementing the comparatively scanty
supply of home-growu foods. These ag
ricultural products of America are now
so nectssary to Europeans that they are
admitted without serious restrictions to
nearly all European markets."
The Commisaioner'a Court last week
Frank 1*. Groh« ami wile of Rimrock let the contract for making a preaent
I ownership plat b«K'k of the county to
vanch are visiting tn the city today.
Call at Stills Company and act» the the Klamath County Al»stract Company
and also employed them to bring the
new spring patterns in dreaa goods.
1 ln>>k up to date the firat of each month
Walter W. Straw has rented the Mill- I during the ensuing year.
wav Stables and will open tip a feed
Strayed—Catue to my place al*>nt De-
12, a red two-year old Durham
I.. J. Bauman and F. W. Broadsword
oi Rouanxa were doing business in the bull. Branded D V on left hip, smooth
crop off left eat and split and upper bit
tn right. Ltwner can have same by
Buy your I'ry Gooda at The Novelty.
proving property and paying charges.
All new Gods, latest spring and sum-
Thus. Patterson, Swan lake.
■ er patterns.
Biehn has just finished laying
The Foresters of America will give a
quarter of northwest
dance on St. Patrick's day, Marell 17 at
quarter of section 29 in thia township
the Opera House.
' into an addition to be known as North
Pure blood Brown Txqjhorn and Plv-
Klamath Falls, containing twenty-five
moth Bard Rock eggs for sale. Inquire
blocks of eight lots each. The survey-
of E. L. Hopkins.
' ing and draughting was done by l\>n J.
Loren Bailey, <4 latkeview, passed Zumwalt.
fhrongh the city Sunday on his way to
Dr. Hemenway arrived Sunday even
»lie Willamette Valley.
ing from tlie Black foot reservation at
Richard Breitenstein slates that he
Browning Montana, where lie has been
has S5.0CO pounds of freight on the road
stationed the past winter. He has been
for bis new Implement store.
transfei red to the Klamath reservation
Families can be supplied now with and left for the Agency Monday morning.
’•Tony’s Best” at the Central Dining The Doctor says he is glad to return to
Parlors with or without meals.
For Sale—Four year old Percheron
J. O. Hamaker was in the city front '
Ft al lion, registered.
Bon a it xs this week. He says that town ,
Mock Farm. Box St«, Ashland, Oregon.
lots are selling fast out there and that
Bring in that watch my repair de they have found it necessary to enlarge :
partment cannot put in order and claim the town. John S. Shook, who owns
tlie hundred dollar reward. L. Alva IfiO acres adjoining the town is having I
J ew is.
25 acres of it laid off in town lota. A
John Tipton, of Olene, who has been good grade of brick clay has also been
visiting his old home at Glemnont, discovered near the town.
Ohio, returned to Klamath County last
O. F. Headstream, of Tomahawk,
| Wisconsin, arrived in the city this week
Thoe. Patterson of Swan T ake valley
from San Diego, California, where hi-
was in the citv Tuesday. He says there has been spending the w inter.
ie not ■# much water in the valley this • Ileadstream came here to look over our |
year as usual.
J county as he says there are about 35
Have you bought yonr ticket to the families from hia section of the country
Fireman’s ball? Tickets can tie secured . who are intending to come weat this,
STORY OF A PHYSICIAN.
Iron, the stores or from any member of i summer and are desirious of finding a
Patient Who Sacrificed Her Life fo*
the fire company.
I good place to locate.
PIANO TUNING—H. E. Hall is herv
to do piano tuning. His work ie guar
References can be obtained at
Ft. Klamath. Leave orders at t\ inters’
T. O. Kinney returned Friday from
San Francisco where he has been spend
ing his honeymoon. Mrs. Kinney will
remain for a few weeks with friends in
the city before her return.
J. ». SILMFA'. I’rt.i'rirttir.
Love of Her Abundant
Physicians hear strange thlnga. A
physician said tbe other day:
"Mrs. Smith Is dead If ahe htsd con
sented to hare her hair cut oil ahe would
still be alfVe. Her heavy hair killed her.
"When I told her that she must lose
her hair, ahe sal<l she would rather tile.
But her husband didn't want her to die.
and he made up bls mind to cut off her
hair while she slept One night he car
ried to bed with him a big pair Af shears.
"With some difficulty he hid the shears
under his pillow. Then. In the middle
trf the night, be took them out cautious
ly, and he ad ««need them toward his
wife's long, thick braid. She lay on her
Another permanent resident has been spending the winter. They were ac-
side with her back to him but juat as
•«•cured for Klamath county, George II. cootfianied by A. C. McIntire, a brother-
he was about to snip of! the braid close
Carlton, a brother in law of Professor in-law of Mr. Woodbury, and M.C.
to her head, she sighed uneasily, and aha
Swan, arrived in the city Friday from Wilkins, who will locate here. Mr.
turned over on her back, with tbe bra.d
All«any, Oregon, and will locate here.
Wilkins spent some time here last win
safe under her.
A big shipment of dress goods at The ter in the interest of the A. O. I’. W.
"He swore below his breath, and wait
ed, shears In hand, tor an hour. Bui she
Novelty. Everything in Ladies wear lodge and was so impreessed with the
ing apparel. It is just as cheap to have fntnre of onr town that he has invested
"For three nights Smith too. the
the latest patterns as to wear last year’s considerable money in real estate here.
shears to bed with him, and each time
styles. Dressmaking parlors in connec
The Ladies A>d Society met la«t that he would go for bls sleeping wile s
Thursday afternoon at tlie home of Mrs.
hair with them, she wou.u move out ot
Dr. W’. S. Johnson and wife, of Bonan Walter Lennox w here the ladiea spent the way. The thing seeu.ed almost su
za, arrived in tbe city last evening on several pleasant hours sewing. The» pernatural. The woman, asleep, pro
their way home. They have been spend are making dish-aprons, sun-bonnets. ! tected her hair fro'n the shears quite as
well as she could have protected It It eho
ing the winter in the East, where the half sleeves, etc.
Anyone wishing to
Doctor has been taking a post graduate help tlie cause along aud at tlie same I had been awaxe.
"The morning after the third night
time secure a well made garment at a
Smith forgot about tbe ah'ars when bo
Help the boys buy new uniforms by very moderate price can leave orders got up. He left them under his pillow
Tlie and went of! to work. Naturally, Mrs.
purchasing a ticket to the Firemen’s with any member of the society.
Ball on the 3ist. You may need their next meeting will be held Thursday, Smith found them.
" You took those sheers to bed with
help some day, so put your name down March 16 at the home of Mrs. John
you to cut off my hair with.' she said to
for |1.00, as a record is kept of every Schallock.
Sim on bls return. Tf you had done it.
Hon. H. L. Benson retnrned home I'd never have spoken to you again.'
Tne adjourned term of the Circuit Saturday after an extended trip to
"Smith gave up after that, and his
Conrt convened Monday and arguments Washington, D. C. This was Jndge poor wife kept her hair, but not her Hie."
were heard in the cases of Dinimick vs. Benson’s first visit east of tbe Rockies
Betallatlon at a Dane*.
Warren and Schallock* vs Fchallock. and be say« it was a trip he has been
She was young. It was her first sea
Itday evidence was promising bimaelf for a number of years.
son, and It pleased her to snub her cub
taken in the case of Foster vs Lewis.
He was through a great many different
cousin most unmercifully whenever be
G. W. Woodbury received worj of states and experienced all kinds of cli asked her for a dance.
the death of his mother which occurred mate, but fonnd nothing that would
"No," she protested, one evening, "you
in Portland on Friday. He left Satur compare with Klamath County. Mr. can t see my programme—it's all full."
"But tl.are'U be extras. Can’t 1 :ave
day for Harrisburg where tbe body was Benson returned by the Southern route '
taken for burial. The funeral occurred and visited New Orleans and other ini- ■ an extra?”
"Ye—es,” returned the young wom
at that place Sunday.
portant points along the way.
an, grudgingly, relinquishing her card,
"but don't take the first one, it's prom
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Later In the evening, when she looked
I'nited State« Land Office, lakeview, Oregon to- see which dance her cousin had ap
Notice is hereby given that at 1 o’clock Feburary 26,1905, A sufficient conteat affidavit propriated she found that she had food
The young man had put
p. m. on Saturday, April 1, at the Opera having been filed in thia office by Charlca K
House in Klarnath Falla, there will be llaldwln, conteatant. agaimt llomeatead entry his name dwn for the four huudred
No. 2395, made June 7, 1905, for W^sgtz, Lot,
held a meeting of the stockholders of
and 7 Sec. 4,Tp. 398., R6 E W’ M. by John Laugh I
the Klamath Water Users Association lln conteatee, in which it 1» alleged that aald '
Favorite Coaling Depot.'
for the purpose of perfecting organiza John l-aughlln. ha« wholly abandoned «aid
Angra Pegeuoa, on the African coast,
tion, adopting by-laws, electingdirectors land, and haa changed lila realdence therefrom where Admiral Rojeatveniky w«« lately
for the ensuing year, and to take action for more than alx month» «Ince making said reported a« coaling the squadron, was
entry, and ha« wholly failed to cultivate or
on such other matter« uh may properly improve «aid land, and haa failed to e«tabliah a favorite resort of the confederate com
come before the meeting. All owner« hla residence on said land during the firat alx merce destroyers for similar purposes.
of land under the Klamath Irrigation month» after making »aid entry; that «aid
abandonment and all of «aid failure« «till exist
Project are requested to Ire present.
and »till continue; and that said alleged ab
By order of the Committee and Incor sence from the said land was not due to hla
employment In the Aimy, Navy, or Marine
Corps of the United States aa a private soldier,
J. S cott T aylor ,
officer, seaman or marine, during the war with Suit brushed and pressed »1.50
Spain, or during any other war In wMch the Suit, dry cleaned and
United States may be engaged. Said garlic» I
pressed........................... 1.75 to 2.00
are hereby notified to appear, reapond and
2.50 to 3.00
Offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 Suit scoured and pressed.
In the County Court of the Stste of Oreson. o’clock a m. on April II. 1906. before Geo. I
for the County ot Klamath.
Chastain, county Clerk of Klamath county,
tn the Matter of the £«tate
at Klamath Falls. And that final hearing will Overcoats, cleaned
Anne Cerllne«, deceased.
be held at in o'clock a. m.on April 19, 190.5, be- '
1.25 to 1.50
S"»"by given that the County fore the Register and Keceiver at the United .
♦ ourt of K laniath County, Oregon, sitting in
office In lAkevlew, Oregon.
probate, <1 don the Sth day of February, 1906 States
appoli t m< a, administrator with the will an
The «aid contestant haring, In a proper
nexed of Anne Uerling«, deceued. All per affidavit, Bled Feburary '20.1906, act forth fact«
lotdies Fkirts, pressed......... .75 lo 1.00
•on« having elalni« again«t her e«tate will nre-
•enttheni to me on or before «1« month« at which «bow that after due diligence personal
Fall», Oregon, duly aervlce of thia notice can not be made, It 1«
Repairs at Reasonable Prices
verified according to law.
hereby ordered and directed that «och a notice
Paled thia sth day of February,1905.
be given by due publication, tn the Klamath Shop next to K K K Store
Jous A. I'akLinoa.
Adinlnlntrator ol the K-.late of
»•publican, printed at Klamath Faile Oregon
Aauv Usihags, d<.u;a»eu.
J. K. Waitvu, Kegleter.
KCBmflCß eouncy bhbk
Klamath Palis, Oregon
Also Agent for LONDON AN J
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO
Alex Martin, Prcsld-nt,
Alex M irtln Jr, Caaltkr
E. R. Rc.in.cs, Vice 1’ie 't,
E. M. Bubb, Asst. Cashier. i
MARK L. BURNS
Is the policy <>. this bank, and it iA
rigklh adherred to.
Safety first. Liberality next.
IIX wii<>• ’
C. T. BONNEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
LOCK AUD GUNSMITH
Kx.imiiiing Abstiavts a Sjiechilly
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Country Produce i .hen Id exebanflt for Hootfa
New W orden Building
OSCAR C. STONI:
Groceries, Dry Goods,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Clothing, Furnishing Good
Boots and Shoes.
j , t 00N J0B
SIG." I AIM
1» A i
All around manipulator of
th* Paint and Pa-te H.nxh
<«<»<>< 1 *«••
I. F. DAVIES,
Just i.M-.-ivv.l a new line
mantel clock«. I b»» late»! hit <4 the
-.•.(-.•it, I ,il«.» have tin' l»ig»-»t Ime
' rj uitl 0
goods in the county. Get price« I«-
furv M'lidit g away for your gool«.
H. J WINTERS.
t\ atchiiialo i aiul Jeweler.
ep »••. I.
CiG SHIPMENT OF SPEC
PER WiLk_ BE I HERE SOON
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K«»» Je-}« «U .u.
<«::<>. k *. 111:1-^p 2V
Hardware Oe^'cr Klamath Falls
Meals at all Hours
Day or Night > »•*
Oysters, any Style
J. V. HOUSTON.
Fresh wa’mrts, Cherts, necans,
Brazil, almonds, peanuts.
A. J. MANNING
riagazinec Fountain Pe
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r
is the pl ice to save money. Call anil see my stock
before sending out for your goods. I will take pleas*
lire in showing you around and will give you prices
that will justify you in buying at home. Complete
line of iron and wood be Is, springs and mattresses,
chairs, tables, etc, etc, etc.
inery, Dress Goods,
Acme Clothes Cleaning Company
u compiete n.iu up to date line of
S*i t .» A p le.»
Klamath Falls, Or
and Novelty Goods.
Committee on Arrangements
Baldwin, Noil Campbell, Bert E. Withrow,
Herb Baldwin, II. .1, Winters.
Chas. Humphrey, Fred Bichn,
Guy Hungate, W. O. Smith.
I mu priyiiirisl to furnish
pi lule ul ny Township in lhe
View bind District.
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reeled lieforu mailing.
W. B. Hnhlar,