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RAILROAD MLN CRATER LAKI
Miss Anna Applegate, who has been
Whew you think
attending M'estoh Normal School ar
of your spring and summer
rived in the city tlie first of the we. k
•ult, think of the K. K. K. Store.
Cp to date street hats at The Novelty. ami went to tier homestead in Swan
A. U. Naftxger and W. II. lhdabird,
J. !•’ sdiir« and wife, of Merrill, are
of D m * Angeles, weie in the city the first
Let ua dress you up. You’ll lixik two da) s r>( this wok.
Mi. Nal’igcr is
proeperwua. Hodge tlie city tailor.
the president of the Klaiuath lk'Velp*
Lost- ui Main street. Saturday, a
G. H. Meis», of M <<ntague, was in tlie meet Company, and also one of the
fountain pen. Return to Rev. Starr.
city the first of the week. It is reported buyers of the Weed railroad.
Richard Brietenstein left Tuesday for
i that Mr Moisa ami Louis Gerber Hie abird is also interested in the new rail
ATer after a carload of buggies an<i
consklering the establishing of a whole road and ia the gentleman who repre
sale atul retail meat company tn Klam sented the lh vel >pnient Company in
line of trimmed hate at The ath Falls.
inducing the |H*ople of Kl.umitli county
Meals at all hours at the Gem Cafe. to this » the IliM.lkM bonus.
Mart Fraln, of Shovel Creek, «ho ’ First class service.
These gentlemen «vie making a trip
owns several houses in thin city, 1» here
Attention is called to the advertise over the |>ropoeed route of the railroad
this week looking after his property.
ment of IV. L. DeClow, of Ce<lar Ilaphla, and were here on bi.sim*»» for their
I. O. Applegate left Monday for the 1 Iowa, who will be in Ashland on the 1 company. They stated that men were
lava tied« to look after his band of sheep 1 20th of this month with a carload of, already at work on the road through
wlii.Ji he has leased to parties at that Spanish Jacks and Belgian ami Perch- ttie timber and that as so *n as they
were notified that the bonus was raised,
See the new up to date line of street
Call at Stilt» Company and see the; engineers would l*e put in the field at
once ami a survey ma le of the mail to
hats at The Novelty.
new spring )>atterns in drear good».
KI,math Fails. They expressed them
T. II. Moore, who now resides at Med-
George D. Grizzle says that all trees
selves as very much pleased with the
font, arrived in the city yesterday to at his place left a short time ago by
spirit shown by the |*e*»plt> of the coun
¡.*ok aft ' 1 is ranch which is located Warner, the fruit tree man of Medford,
ty and especially Klamath Falls ami
will be sold Ht a per cent, and all those
Wood river, amt statist that they were
The people should read the semi-an
ready to carry out their part of the
nual re|H*rt «t the county officers on call ami get them.
agreement with as little delay as pos
page 2 and ke< p posted ou the financial
For Sale—Four year ol.l Percheron
Condition of thee >unty.
ELAMA TH i. ¡Di ANS NOT CITIZENS
See our hat« ami get our prices before
buying your Easter bat.—The Novelty.
J. G. Farraher and E. Brautlacht, of i
Yreka arrived in the city Tuesday. Mr.
Farraher is one of the legal advisors of
the Klamath Canal Company.
We have established a lumber yard
at White Lake City and are now ready
to supply all kinds of lumber for
Stilts A Henrv.
I.. Alva Ia>wis.
Judge George T. Baldwin. Grand Out-1 i
Side Watchman A. O. V.
., and K. D. ' ,
J*>ues and Marion Hanks, delegates
Item Linkville L>dge went to Portland
this week t*> attend tlie Grand Lodge.
Styles right, prices right, methods
rteht: everything right at Bodge, the
Meth.«list Church—Sunday school st
•JU, preaching at 11 ; Epworth Ix-ague at
.7. preaching at 7:45. It is expected
■ that ReT. Sanford Snyder, Methodist
jiastor at Lakeview will preach at both
morning and evening service«. Come
and hear him.
G"t your order in at once before the
rush for one of those Genuine Tailor
Made Suits at Bodge’s, the city tailor.
L. Alva Lew is.
J. G. Pierce left Sunday morning for
San Francisco w here he will remain for
two week«. From there he will go to
his old home at Forestville, New Y’ork.
where he exjiects to speud the greater
part of the summer.
Refcring to the item lately going the
rounds of the pft|*era to the effect that
the Attorney General has deeh’e 1 that
the Klamath Indians as ail >ttees are
ready for taxatiou and other rights and
duties as ciliseiis. Captain < >. U. Ap| le
Pure blood Brown Leghorn and Ply-
gate, who is in town today states that
moth Bard Rock eggs for sale. Inquire
there is undoubtedly an error, since in
of E. L. Hopkins.
no ease have tlie Indians received tl.eii
W. B. Snider, of Lakeview, and A. M.
certificates or trust patents as an evi
Gallagher, of New Pin» Creek, arrived
dence of the completion of the act of al
in the city Sunday enron’e to Portland,
lotment, and hence their status remains
where they go to represent their lodges
the «auie as before allotments were lie
at the Grand Ixxige of A. O. 0. W.,
which meets in that city today.
it is not likely that the work of com
S. L. Aiken«, of Shn Francis**o. who pleting the allotments *an l*e nia-'e. nor
controls the Carr property at Tule lake, any action l>e taken as to the extinction
and also owns a large tract of swamp of the claims of the Indians to the trib
land on the Upper lake, is in the city nl lands, until the matter growing out
He is here to meet the of the claim of the Mate to the swamp
Board of Consulting Engineers in re- land« and of the military road company
lation to government irrigation.
to the land giant, are fully and tinallv
Engineer Humphery stated to a Re- settled. This is unfortunate as it tus
publican representative that there was tip for an indefinite time an area of land
plenty of money in the reclamation fund equal to the State of Rhode Island,
to carry out the Klamath project. There which might other» i-e lie a hied to the
was in the fund on June 3D, 1904,123,- lamis taxable in Klam ith county.
270,592.83. The amount remaining on-
expended in this fund is $19,095,886.01.
MERRILL SCHOOL REPORT
Oregon alone haa in the fund $4,158,-
5S2.95. The amount exjiended to March
31, 1905, was $89,507.55, leaving a fund
available for expenditure of $ 1,069,075.-
40. Since June 1904, there lias tieen
added to the fund from Oregon practi
KEjmuicB ceuncï bkiw
Klcmfith Falli, Oregon
Tuewlav was h oceasioii long to la* re-
uiemlwieil lav the people of Metlfonl ami
the Rogue river valley, txkng the inau
guration of an entsrpriae which will do
more to develop the latent lesourees of
tlie country than anything which has
ivrnrml sine«* the building of the
Southern I’lU'dte road through th.
The event was the turning of the first
sod on the Mealford A < rater Lake
Tlie li'rritory through which this road
is to ba* built isoii<* *>f tha* richest ill ng
' ricultnral possibititi««» in Southerii Ora
gon. Il will tap a caiuntry capable **t
producing anything. To a certain ex-
I tent the section lying lietweeii Medforal
and the timber ba ll lias prislme l Ol'lv
grain aud stock, not*ithMaiiding it*
adaptability to lbw rai-ing »»( more | er-
ishable products, f'liiull Iruita gron to
1 perfection along the creek bottom*, ami
apple* and |**ars find a eongvi mi home
' in the
but the dilticuliy o’
' trnn-|*orting the pelishable producV ol
| their farms to market over tu«mty or
' more miles of rough roads I hih pn vei tod
many farmers from embaiking iu »lie
fruit I’twineaa. tlowwvr, * ith tb<i com-
ing of the M.A C. 1«. R. R.» bringing
thi* region m touch by rail with llm city
uiS’ketNA vast increase in the output
. of truita may be l*'oke«l for.
l'he tinilier clothed ridgea of the ('a*
cades tirat pat the thought of a railroad
! into the thirds of the promoters. Should
there not he adollar’a.wortb of improve
ment made on the strength of the road
' lie tween Medford and the tiiulaT I m It,
• if the road did not hare a pound < f
' freivht outside of the lumber cut by
«awmills near its line, or carry a single
I passenger, vet the mad would pay and
i ihnuaanda—nay millions — of dollars
i u-onld he added to the atnn mt realized
by the products of Jackaon count'. t he
titnher is sufflcient to |twiifr the build
ing of the road, and the local tiadic will
represent the net profits on the invest-
tnent.— Me if »rd Mail.
Alex Martin Jr, Cashier
E M. Bubb, A:. .t. Cixhier.
AL-x Martin, Present,
E. R. Reame», Vice Pre’t,
Is the policy ol thi*
rigidly ndherred to.
SafetN (¡Kt. l.iteralUy next.
Country Produci kken In excbaiia« »or Geodi
Groceries, Drv Goods,
Clothing, iTirmshliip; Goods
Boots and Shoes.
I. F. DAVIES.
WALk FAP SR
BIG SHIPMENT OF SPEC
IALLY SELECTED WALL PA-
_____ _ BE
gj ; o . w. ill: 1Í2W
As I a u going to use mi land for
pasture the mlt two years, I »ill either
sell or trade mv entire farming outfit,
consisting of 5 wagon», hay nets, 9 sets
of harness. 4 mowing machines 3 rakes,
a 12-foot spring tooth harrow, dtills,
discs, rollers, etc. A complete outfit
for use on a first class ranch ; also cook
ing outfit. See iuf at once. tVHI syh
for cash or trade for horse», cattle,
mules or marbles.
H okack . V. Mrreuai.L, Klamath Falls.
CANDIES. CONFECTIONER/ FRUIT.
Report of the school in District No. 28
Merrill. Or., for the month ending
TABLETS. STATIONER/. ENVELOPES.
March 24. 1905.
NuniLer of days taught, 20; numl*er
CIGARS. TOBACCO. I ,'ES.
of pitpile enrolled, 49; total number of
days attendance, BOG; average daily 1
l jno novelties
attendance, 4 ).
Just at this time onr town is without
Roll of honor—Juanita Ratliff, Essa
a representative for M.Born A Co., Tlie
Ratlin. John Ratliff, Alla Balis, Riley
Powers, Tlurry Lesley, Addison Jord >n,
Judging from the many inquiries this
FOR SALE—179 feet facing Klamath well known tailoring house are receiving Archie Roff, Ione R.ff, Leland Roff
•:*reet and lake and one lot on Main from this vicinity, it certainly will pay David Fitch, John Nye. Elmer Carr,
itreet. 80 acres near town partly first one of onr enterprising merchants to Louis Barrow«, Clyde B»vmws, Ivan
■ it * and fruit land. See owner, write M. Born A Co. at once. On account Taylor. Frank Taylor, Iva Eaton, Emma
denry Janssen, or inquire at this office. of the popularity of this company and Rosccrana, Willie Rosecrat «.
I uill arrive in Aahland with a <*ai l*»ad nf I<np »r'ed 'pinnit
Visitors—Mrs. E. E. Fitch and 0. H.
Belgian and Perrheron Stallion« on or
the 20tJi •>( A p l in<i will remain
Eggs for hatching—Single comb white , their established reputation for good
Myrtle Weeks, Teacher.
in A^ldand ten day-«. «AH parties who are in neod of »-t “ k of tl.iw kind, do not
egliorns, the business fowl of America. tailoring, this is an opportunity for one
fail toc'im»’ ami «<•<• me. I ani biingintf a rarHad of th»* bent
ati l bc«t in ii-
$1.59 for 15 or |2.50 for 30. Gran of our merchants to do a large and prof
NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED.
vidiinh and in*»«t desirable anima)' to be obtained.
. L. l>eCLOW.
ts Egg <k Poultry Yard, W. J. Messen- itable tailoring business without any
' r f i A '
Ladies Shirtwaists. Underwear, latest
Ad AZ »-
Proprietor Cedar Rapid* la k Farm, Cedar Rapid*, la.
• .r .ablaud, firegun.
investment whatever on bis part, as M.
in C'diars and long Tie. , Ijiwn Caps,
Tbrcheapeat place to buy fetalliu’iR or Ja» k« in the world.
Gerber, the Horsefly valley Eorn A Co. furnish everything necessary
and new Ritbona. The sweiiesl line of
loCaman is in the city this week, lie They place their line with eatahlisbed
Ladies and Children’s Kid Gloves and
a*l a cunsultaiiou with the government merchants only. Write them today at
Hosiery ever received in Klamath Falls,
ngineers yesterday in relation to the 337 Franklin St., Chicago, for full par
also a full line of new Embroidery. Call
;servoir site in Horsefly valley. Mr.
and see then, at
erber owns land in that vicinity which
The Novelty has just received a new
Mrs. G. W. Fish’s Millinery Store.
probably be needed, and it is un- stock of Ladies underwear.
Next door to Kan.lv Kitchen.
■rstood that the government will buy
Owing to repairs on the Mill ditch
I the Klamath Falls Roller .Mills will not
Watches of all kinds. L. Alva Lewis.1 receive any grain until further notice.
Visitor—Boya will be toja.
Boaton Youth—Pardon, madam, th«
Darwinian theory teaches that a proto
Notice For Publication.
plastic cell may evolve Into a boy, but a
land Office st Lakeview, Oregon, April 6. boy must, ot ..ecfeBs.ij, evolve into some
Notice is hereby given that there are
1905. Notice la hereby given tb.t the foliow
ml« iu the County Treasury for the ing n.med settler baa hued notice of bia in
demption of all Klamath County Gen tention to nifke final proof in aopport of his
First Telephone Girl—What did Belle
ii Fund warrant» protected on and claim, .nd that said proof will be made before
say when you told her your engagement
:ior to Ian. 15, 199'2. Interest on same Geo. Chastain, County Clerk, at bia «.fiice a.
Klamath Falla. Oregon, on May 22,lj«M, viz :
I! ••(•arc from this date.
EDWARD F. CAMPBELL
Second Telephone Girl—Oh, she said
j ■ ' Klamath Falls, Oregon, this lid Entry, No. 3397, for me SE’,. Sec 2S. T 3» S
it only meant another ring off!—Royal
h day ol 2 •nil, 1905.
K « E, W M.
is the place to sav • mon.’y. Call and see iny stock
the following w;in*a«ez to prove bis contin
L. A lva L ewis ,
uous residence upon and cultivation of «ai.l
before sendingout for your goods. I will take pleas
land, viz: Samuel J Meeker, W illiam K Bar
"I would like to se your mother.
ton, David J Blackmore, John H Oilpin, all oi
ure in showing you around and will give you prices
• m giving lessons In firing hand-painted
Town Treasurer’s Notice.
J. N. Watson,
that will justify you in buying at home. Complete
"Gee! ma don’t need no lessons; she'»
Notice is her >bv given that there arc
an expert at firin' aayfing.”—Houston
els in the tow n treasury for the re-
line of iron and wood beds, springs and mattresses,
.nption of the following warrants :
flairs, tables, etc, etc, etc.
18, 1189, 1 lftO. 1191, 1192, 1193, 1194,
15,1196,1197, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1201,
novel is this, anyway? Jt begin» with
)2, 1203, 1204, 1205, 120«, 1207, 1208.
the last, chapter and ends with the first.
1210,1211, 1212, 12) 3, 1214, 1215,
Bookeseller—Oh, that edition 13 fn-
1217, 1218, 1219, 1220, 1221, 1222,
tendsd for ladies only —Cid ago News.
1224, 1225, 122«, 1227. 1228, 1229,
Interest will cease from
’’I» your husband’s ’ondltlon critical ?”
"No,” answered the patient-looking
>ate*l at Klamath Falls, Or., this
woman. 'That's what makes me think
h day of April, 1905.
he must be sick. He doesn’t find any
J. W. SlKMKXS,
fault at all.”—Washington Star.
FALLS AM) MERRILL
I advertin' in the newspaper» liecann-
I am not aKhamed of mv goo*!s or th<
Bacon—You say he claims the milk
woik of tny repair department, and to
).VA I 3.
let people know about myeelf, uiy store he sells Is pure?
L . A. Lineback and wife are now in and my stock.
water before putting It in the milk!
math Falls representing Allen Gil-
Because I cater to the intelligent Yonkers Statesman.
C. T. OLIVER, Proprietor, Successor to //. W. Hazen.
. Ramaker Company Piano ijouse of class ami they read the papers, and I ,
Mr. Lineliack has believe in increasing my business.
t -r -
itments at Mr. Sliive»' residence.
"I hear Miss Pass«« has such a beau
Because I talk to more people through
ry exp t to make their home with the newspapers at a greater distance in tiful complexion Were you not next to
Notice for Publication.
blOS FOR WOOD.
Treasurer * Notice
Notice lor I'uhliiaG«»-
people of Klamath Falls during the less time and at a more reosonable! her at the theater last night?”
"I certainly waa, It’» homemade.”—
mer. Mr. Lineback thinks of put- price than in any other way.
f.«n<1 Office m Lakeview, Qreyon, March 7
Notice is hcreliy given that there are
I ftn l (»fib i» Rt I.ulti’vh
in a branch music store at this
1904 Nolle« la fierehy »Iven that the follow I”'.» Ntitffh »it rt’ky fflftu
Because my newspaper advertising
funds in the County lieasnry (or the
• phoe. lie handles a large ami flue has brought me greater returns for the
redemption of .11 Kliimat‘1 County Gen tatillon to make tinnì proni In pipport of her I'tg iiniiH'tl p«*i i li e
Ot tn h f fl t h I I
. tion of Pianos and Organs, sells on least expenditure of any advertising I
Lady—Give you an old newspaper as
eral Fund and S. alp Bounty Warrants clalin, ami that a«ol proof wl.l
ma le l„ ' iHim. nuil
mh | prn«i will »•'• m*4»®
• payments, yearly payments and iu- have done.
a bed. Why. what kind of a be.1 would
protested on nnd prior to July |;( |pp|
H ud , ( >7. fiR-rlt of •; iMiiiH’h »'*•
•nts. Any way to suit the people
al hit Office at K laiouth Falla, Oiegon.on . t h i - i.iTlf* h k 'HiiiHi h 1‘niix, (iriMon, » h
Because when I write an ail., I am you call a newspaper?
Interest on Mime will cchhc from this • M ».
lamath county. Also takes second not too stingy to pay for placing it in I he
20. IfW. vl«:
KVA It. AH'l.kJi ITK
KVOF k K |„ IfOl’KiM,
1 instruments in exchange.
All best possible medium or to nave it in-, go New«.
Da fed at Kl.umi'h Full», Oreg-m, this
IM Bntrv No. Jill for III* er.1, It*,, Lot-2. .1
»M Kntr No. 7 * fur (t r jf»>.\K»i* »'’»•(
v int instillments please talk with serteii so that it is attractive. Thue I
and 4, Hj'c 7, t : ih h , it 10 K, W M.
I6lh <1 h * Man li, |9o5.
Hifl 2, ■><•<• I, T IU H, K « L. w M.
hi ..I save money.
lie has branch know it is seen and read by almost
Hha name th** follow Imr wlfne.at-a toprove
Bobby—How much footwear do you
IlfitRtn«»« ib« ion«. |IIR ««ifnrMM to pr*’!
L. Alva lain is, Co. Treasurer.
her contlnuoim roaldi-nce ii | h > i , «nd riiltlt «lion hi» ('oliti iiihhim real'lHficH upon an*»
- in Silverton and Sheridan, Ore- everyone in the house where the paper wear out In a month, Tommy?
Families can be supplled now with
. _ <»f rapi mod, viz: John Janaien, fl, Naiilmrt, ■»•1 <•: Will la» I. Via: I'nmhn l Itili.
Tommy—Two pairs of shoes and a
For further information call on goes.
s Rest” at the Centra) Dining
New spring and summer stock of dreag
Kl"ni"lh •'»ll-.or, Herman Schmor and *>r l Di.rki-*', Kohl Hininell, John Varner*,!|l
F. E. Boyd or
L. A lva L> wi «. Jeweler.
gooile at the Novelty.
Thomas Patte,.on, of hairy. Oregon.
Parlors with or without meal».
I of K Iftium h K r I I m , Oct-iron,
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J. N. W ako *, R •(hier.
J. s W ahion R»r»*»•»• I
uoice sugar beet seed for experimen
tal planting can now be secured at the
office of Engineer Humphery of the rec
lamation service. It is hoped that the
Tsrmers will be interested enough to
it some of these seed and ill the
fall when the lieets are dug, samples
can be left with the government officials
knd will l>e forwarded to Washington
vx> be analyzed.
CAR LOADED CF IMPORTED
A. J. MANNING
SPANISH JACKS AND BELGIAN
AND PERCHERON STALLIONS. Ì
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f! tí Trini
Ml ubkui J
SPECIAL R -SORT FOR
GEO. T. BALDWIN
I Advertise in the Newspapers
i Purs Bred Stallions
; Buff Cochin Chickens
t UVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES
TOURISTS TRADE A SPECIALTY
Midway Feed Stables
of care at
Horses Boarded by the Week or Month