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URO FRAUD TRIALS MW OH
Notice is hereby given that there are
Bwnator R. A. Booth was arraigned funds in the County Treasury (or the
yertenky hefure Judgw Bellinger on th» rvlemplion of all Klamath County War
Riverware. L. Alva Lewis.
Up to date street hate al The Novelty. indictment returned against bun charg rants proteeted on and prior to February
Webstar Holms, an attorney from
8. C. Hartrum, Forest Huperviaor trees ing him with conspiracy u> defraud the | 17th. W»!J. internal ou same will eeaw
Salem is ts U m city thia week on legal KoMlHirg, was in tiw city Monday. Ha government out ol [Hiblie lands. Thiu from this date.
IM ted al Klamath Falla, Oregon, thia
cam» dowu from Pelican Bay where he hie attorney. A.C. Woodeuck.of Eugene. |
27tl> day of A pril, HAW.
he entered a plea «4 not guilty.
L. It. I
Famllfreran be supplied now with
L. Alva Lewie, County Treasurer.
••Tony's Heat" at Abe Central Dining vey oa tha Caacati» Reserve. Stanley A Webster has also been retained by Sen
Parlors with or without meal*.
some Umber for tbair saw mill and a trials which are to follow.
W W. Straw of the Midway Stables,
survey will be tuadagftd bide advertised.
Henry Meldrum l^vy Stipp and David
left a lew days ago for Silver Lake to
Kinnaird, indicted lor complicity in
Amoug the trv.w that are moat sen
rusli fur oue ol those Ggnaiaa Tailor fraudulent surveys, ami Harry L. Rees
Dig np that last swmaoer suit and
•nd Henry P. Ford, charged with cotn-! sitive to the wind are the cherry, the
Made Buita at Bodgv'a, tbe aity tailor.
have it cleaned aud pressed.
piuui, the walnut, the blxck poplar,
Dr. Wn. Martin of Ban Fraaciaco, a pliclty in a plot to obstruct the opera- , the service-tree, tho ash. and certain
brother of Alex. Martin, Jr. of thia «My, lion of justice by an attempt to defame
varieties of ptne.
Other pines, aspe
For Sale—I adlee Ram Ider to lag ui a,
arrived here last evening. He was ac the character of District Attorney Hen- i ct», ly the mountain vartetlea. am! aljo
good as new. Will sell cheap. Inquire
companied by hi, young daughter. Dr,
eeriatu Hrs ar* very rvalslaut U>
of Harry Glaaier.
Martin expects to locale here and will plaae ol altaletuenl to the ind.ctmcnta
A full brass band composed of Klam open up a dentiet office. He u*ed to against him when his case was railed.:
Quanah Parker, the noted Comal»
s'*: Falla young men will furnish music practice here a number of years ago and lieiog represented by Dan R. Murphy. . «he chief. annotin.-M that he Is a dem
<fur * the excurrion Sunday on the has a boat of friends who will be pleased Stipp and Kinnaird pleaded not guilty
ocrat. and will support Judge Parker
for the presidency.
In an Interview
tn the indictment against them, they
to learn of In, return.
Quanah said; "Me heap democrat. Illg
being also rvpreaentad by Mr Murphy.
A new hue of Laughlin Fountain Pens,
Styles right, prices right, methods
judge, he my man; named for me.
Rcee and Ford filed motions to quash I
fl .00 to ffi.UO. Every pen guaranteed.
be my nephew; my Indlaus all demo
right; everything right al Bodge, the
tha indictment against them at the same
Winter's Jewelry Store.
crats. all for Parker "
Manager O. B. Gates, of the Midway
The goneral Impression prevails that
The traveling missionary of the Ger
by any favorable decniou in the Mitch rubber Is a product like wheat or om.
Ttlephoue A Telegraph Company left
man Lutheran Synod, Ed Doering, from ell plea in abatement which is uow pend
to be oetalned from a given tree. Th»
yesterday for Picard to )*x>k after his
Portland, is viMtiug friends and mem ing and which will be decided by the
Idea Is quite erroueoua
It has been
telephone system there.
bers of his church in thia county. He court this morning. Rees and Ford
eeumated that 1.000 different species
Wood Mr Rale—At the Moors Bros, will return to Klamath Falls and preach |
contain rubber, though commerelal
wore represented in court by Albert R.
saw mill, Id-inch dry pine and fir slab an Easter sermon in the Presbyterian
quantities have been obtained from
vvaBat f2a load. Also lath at |4 per Church at 2 P. M. next Bunday.
only 40 or 5A
th<u.«aud. Inquire of A. Carlson.
There Is a merchant In New Y.wk
who understand the German are cor
HER RILL SCHOOL REPORT
who has made a fortune by the sale
Y-u will have to hurry if you want dially in vitel to attend the service.
of celery For 20 years he has handled
your suit cleaned for the steamboat ex-
In season be buys It
Report of school district No. 28. at
See that new line of ladies’ dressing
in car-load iota
Out of season h»
Work is progressing on Geo. T. Rald- combe in th« window at Winter’s Jew Merrill, Oregon, for tbe month ending
keeps large quantities frozen In Ice.
April 21st., 1906.
wi.-.’s new business block. The masons elry Store.
for which he obtains big prices. The
Nuialwv ol days taught......................20
celery come» out as brittle as alas»
sre at work on the foundations and cor
Mayor Alex Martin has beeu acting
Number of pupils enrolled ........... 42
Thur* is a New York barber who
ner*. The building will be of stone and aa police judge this week during the ab
wean a No. 11 shoe
He was a ,«r-
T1 be a credit to the town.
sence of Recoider C. C. Brower. Nearly
g-euit In the Qerman army, noted tor
Average daily attendence ................ 36
Just received 2000 rol Is of I ngrain, all the cares have been “drunks’’ who
He has a brother In
R oll os Hoxoa.
Embossed, Guilts and plain wall paper have plead guilty and paid their fijiwe.
the old country whose foot 1» so big
at the Brick -store, Call and iuspect The policu court was in session Monday
that no ready-mads shoe can be found
stock before buying,
U> fit him
When he nee<le a new pair
night to try a Scandinavian who we» Barrows, Ala Balis, Kiley Powers, John
of shoes be buy» a side ol leather and
On being Nye, Addison Jordan. Kuby Van Brim
M’s. M. McMillan, of tbs Lakeside arreated for being drunk.
mer, Archie Ruff. Ione Roff. Leland Roll,
s«nds for a »hoemaser, who fashion»
Inn, returned from Chico, California the asked it he waa guilty or not guilty, he
Elmer Spencer, Clarence Speuoe, Carl
bls footgear at home. His foot la the
drat of the week.
Mrs. McMillan has answered with a broad smile, “Oh, I
largest in all QAA-any. about No. 17
Men in Chicoclosing up her hotel which tank I am guilty all right.*’ This being
alm ha» run there for a number of years. tbe first offense the judge fined him *5
We bare the Munk all to our
Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Henry Anderwon.
“We’re here” tha ’‘American" and
Seo Dr. Goble and get your g la, see
selves In North America. He lives
Myrtle Weeks, Teacher.
tn Canada as far north aa the upper
changed. He will visit Klamath County “Gentlemen's” shoe at tbe Brick Store.
part of Mackenzie river, and Is dis
m a short time. The dates of his visits
Mrs. Chas. E. Worden and daughter, 9 COUNTIES NOT REPRESENTED
tinctively a North American animal
will be given in this paper.
Mrs, returned home last evening from
He la found throughout our broad do
Of the 33 counties of Oregon, 24 have
E. B. Hail, who Is interested in Redlands, California, wber» they liave
I main from Portland. Me , to Oregon,
Whitelake City, purchased a 160 acre been since their return from Ohio. made appropriations for ee|«rate dis
and from Florida to Los Angeles Fur
ranch of Robert Doebler on Mooday. Major Worden went east the first of tbe plays at the Lewis and Clark Fair.
some reason he seems to have preju
dice against Nova Scotia, and Is not
I no sale waa made through E. E. Fitch year to accompany his family home, but Piaus of exhibit have been submitted by
I known tn Newfoundland
of Merrill. The price paid was * 10 an when they reached California, they de- . about one halt of there already and it i,
la realty a very respectable beast, and
uded to spend a few weeks at their expected that plans will be received lor
cannot b« severely blamed for maalng
8ee the new up to date line of street winter home in Redlands, on account of the remaining not later than Saturday,
hlmaelf obnoxious Io bis enemies
hats at The Novelty.
Borne bold experimenters assert Ural
is now in San Francisco with hia son niahed plana and specifications for their
the skunk Is very good eating.
L. G. West and F. T. Cook, secretary
and is expected home about the firs* of exhibits by th» first of May, will be
and treasurer of the Oklahoma A Ore
the montto. Mrs. Worden ia reported ruled out and tbe space redistributed or
MOTES LX GENERAL.
gon Townaite Company, arrived in the
aa very much improved ia health.
awarded to oatside applicants.
eity Katurday and left Tuesday for
K war Is bail, pray wbat is taking a
Tbe counties that will not he repre
See our hats and get our price» beior»
pl»a»are jaunt with an uutaueo aulo-
Whitelake City, the new town to be
sented, except through individual ex
opened <>a June 1st.
hibitors are, Clatsop, Crook, Curry,
At laaat a baM doeeo women In tbs
Meals at ail hours at the Gem Cafe.
Grant, Klamath, Lake, Multnomah,
bwatneas ami pro rational lit» of Chi
and the Home Mission Board have
First class service.
Tillamook and Wheeler.
M«o receive flU.OVQ pur year from
granted the request of Bev. W. G.
Loor—Between Goeller's Planing mill
Smith, and guarantee the full salary of
and Mongol's Barber shop, Ssturday
Be took his medicine like a man;
“Hit the trail" at the Lewi,and Clark
*900 lor the first year, for a minister at
evening, s gold filled watch, Waltham
which Is to say that hs left It lying right
Merrill, while the people provide a suit- Exposition, opening in Portland, June 1. i In front of rite clock where bis careful
movement with black bead fob attached,
wife bail plaeet! It to catch KM ay«.
to aider will leave at Lewis’ Jewelry able House of Worship. As soon as the ' Foundstions sre being laid for an an-
rigbt mao ia found be will he placed in nex to the Administration building and
In-il« hM. perhap», a groatw variety
Store and receive reward ol *5.
sf plants than any other «mulry Io
charge, and it ia hoped that a church for the poet office and ex pre« office at
Fine lino of trimmed hate at The
rhe world, having U DOO native spa
can be brought to self-support io this the Lewis and Clark ex[>osilion.
Bios, while th» flora at tba eatlr» oon
progressive community within five I ' Xsiauorate
»cant of Uurop» uoiy szubrneaa about
A. H, Lapham, of Vistillaa, waa in years. P
Rev. Smith will preach at Mer- representing tbe final touches to the
the city Tuesday. Mr. Lapham lives in rill next Monday and Tueeday evenings.
. Bridge of Nations at Uie I»wis and
<»ne peculiar fanbww of the bee
Barnee Valley near where the sheep A full attendance ia desired as plans of
, Clark Exposition, are now being place-1
krmlng In the wonf ts tha praetlo» of
killing took place. He stated that he vital interest to all will be presented.
tcaptng TK-nrru» oa floating baebon»»».
knew nothing of the matter further
Let us dress you up. You ’ll look
so that they may follow tho streams
than from the reports circulated here.
proeperoua. Budge tbe city tailor.
tion in the Lewie and Clark Exposition . to #r> 1 new Sower pasture», This, by
Oharlea Graves and son, Horatio ar
the way, waa done io Egypt thousands
J. F. Adams, who is in town this week were shipped from that state April 15.
>f years ago.
rived in the city last Thursday from
state« that he is going to scud his big
The famous Boeton-.Montana band of
The medical eollerea of th» ivo
Odell. Mr. Graves came down after a
dredge to Laird’s landing, on the Lower i 36 pieces, composed entirely of under- 1
Swiss universities have more women
load of supplies. He reports sn inciease
lake to do some work there. He has i ground miner, from Butte, Mont., will
than men. Th« reporta for the y»ar
in his family, a son, horn Friday, April
been engaged to do some dredging sn i attend tbe Lewi, and Clark Exposition. I show 981 women tn M3 men At Berne
14. He left for home Saturday accom
that a dock and wharf can be built.
A ' The liand was organized twenty year»
alone there are S7T women studanta,
panied by his wife’s mother, Mrs. E. E
good wagon road ha, lieen completed ago and ranks with tbe beet musical or at Lausann« 171 and at Geneva lit. At
Geneva women have Just l«en permit-
from tbe terminus of the McCloud Rail ganization, of the country.
l»>1 to praette» law. Miss Nelly Farra
Ivan D. Applegate came up from the road to Laird's landing on the lower end
Two men who will paiticipate in the
la the pioneer woman attorney.
Lava Beds yesterday, where he has been of tbe lake, a distance of 40 miles. Trac
contest, at tbe Lewi, and
Polaonoaa eompouuda cannot be used
looking after his sheep. He reports the tion cars are expected to be put on this
bo devtroy files wltbont danror. but
'range m good condition but says the road and connection will be made with Clark Exposition enjoy enviable records.
the following mixture Is both »fflea-
water is scarce. Whitney’s have already th»so by boat, on the lake. Thia will In fifteen minutes this team drilled
Hous and iat<. Thoroughly mix to
sheared but as lambing season is not give the people of Klamath County through 37 inches of bard, tough gran
gether one teaspoonful of Nack pep-
over yet, the rest of Lie sheep will not cheaper freight rates until either the ite. The men are husky miners from 1 yer, two tetiapoonfuls of motet sugar
be sheared until June.
tnd two tablespoonfuls of erre in
Weed or McCloud roads are extended.
A large tower is being erected over ! Place a little of thia In a Munir where
Joan 8. Shook was in from his ranch
Watches demagnetized. L. Alva
Guild's lake at tbe Lewis and Clark Ex-1 lies abound.
It la a good pian aleo
near Dairy the first of the week.
He Les is.
X> wash the Inside nt wlndow pane»
position. Upon this will be placed a
says that Alkali valley looks as pretty
Mr. F. T. Cook, who waa here this searchlight, the rays of which will be I 1 with a weak solution of earbolic acid.
as a picture this spring. Everything is
for this will prevent file, from set
week in tbe interest of Wbitelake City, ‘ cast aliout the grounds st night and
green and the grass is the highest it has
stated that he believed that hia Com-' greatly enhance the lighting features of. tling on them.
been for years. The Shooks own several
pany’s efforts in behalf of Whitelake | the Centennial.
of the best ranches in the county out-
FEMININE JAM AJÍD FANCIER
City would be of great benefit to the j
A feature of the Oriental displays at
•ide of the irrigated district,
whole of Klamath county, and none of
The Windsor U* is a popular favor-
All services as usual at the Presby the citizens need have any fears of any tbe Lewis end Clark Exposition will be
terian church next Sunday.
Bunday member of their company making any a large sandalwood temple, which ini
Delft blue la one of the modish ool-
school at 10 a. m. A special invitation 1 fight on, or circulating any false reports the East India building at the 8t. | »re.
w extended strangers to enter the bible about Klamath Falls or other towns in
Ths velvet cabochon la a fancy o/
ela*s. Sermons on vital themes at 11 a. the county, as he says that they have tention. The building has been shipped
an. and 7.46 p. m. C. E. service at 7 p. been too long in the business not to
Yokes when used on shirt vaiata are
m. Prayer service at 7.46 Wednesday know that that policy will do them no within another week.
molded after the 1810 type.
The itinerary ol the Missouri Valley !
evening. All made welcome.
Broad-shouldered effects will prevail
I good. We are pushing Whitelake City
Messrs. Totten A Hansberry state he said, because we have invested there, Medical excursion to the American in shirt waists next Reason.
Orchid of a purple shade is popular
that they will give the first excursion on and in poshing her, we of course help Medical Association convention in Port- :
land, during the Lewis and Clark Expo- ! ly adapted for evening wear.
the Steamer Wi-ne-ma on Sunday, April the whole county. In pushing White
Tailored neckwear In Madras and
30. The boat will leave the Stanley A lake City we shall do so on her merit, aition, has been decided upon. A week
linen is enjoying considerable vogue.
O’Neil wharf on the east side of the lake and the merits of the county aa a will be spent in the Yellowstone Nat
The tight Atting Louis XVI. bodies,
at 8:30 in the morning. Dinner will be > | whole, and not on the demerite of eny ional [»ark and two days in Seattle and
much pointed In front, la the new-
served at Odessa by Mrs. Griffith. On I * other town. We believe there is room Tacoma.
the return the bopt will start at 4 o'clock. in tbe great Klamaih county for our
Shirt waist sleeves tend toward the
Round trip tickets |1.00. For sale al town aa well as others and each will
llshop order, with a somewhat wider
Bishop’s Furniture Store.
:uff than in the past.
materially help the othere.
Notice is hereby given that th« West
Cut glass. L. Alva Lewis.
Watches of all hinds. L. Alva Lewis. Side Canal Company (incorporated)
A LITTLE VARIETY.
liavo filed with the Secretary of State
$5 ft Reward.
The electric motor Is fast displacing
and the County Clerk of Klarnath
LAW LIBRARY FOR SALE.
We will pay tha sum of |60 for the county, Oregon. Supplementary Articles the leather bait la factoriaa.
Tbs palais da Castile, tbs horns of th»
Having discontinued active practice of conviction of any person or persona de of Incorporation for the piirgose of en late Queen Isabella in Parle has been
J now offer for sale my entire
purchased hy the Krsaeb government.
cognate and germane to its original ob-
rary, comprising over Eight lights, poles or other property.
As an advertlMment of Its thread a
jeeta and purposes by using the water well-known firm has, after several at
K. F. L.AW.Co.
hundred volumes, all in good condition,
consisting of modern text books, care-
All wool suite from |20 up, trousers heretofore appropriated and diverted tempts. connected Europe and Asia
and to be hereafter diverted, to furnish across the Bosporus, says the London
fu’, . selected and sets of reporta espe
up. Satiafaction guaranteed. Bodge,
water and electric power for any and Financial Times, with 1,3*0 yards of oov-
cially adapted for the practice on this the city tailor.
Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans Is a
By order of Board of Directors.
This library is of material value to the
baseball enthusiast and seldom misses
Bar of Klamath County and should be
After May let we will refuse to fur
r- opportunity to see a game. He has
Rufus 8. Moore,
kept here. With that purpose in view nish current to globes other than the
been visiting Mrs. Evans' sister In
I shalL for s limited time give local mem-1 Edison globe manufactured by the Gen
Poughkeepsie, end while there attended
a contest of the Hudson Hirer league and
here of il.» Bar a preference to purchase era) Electric Company; □ nines special
Buy your Dry Goods at Ths Novelty.
same. Klamath Falla, Oregon, April 36, arrangements are made with us for use All new Goods, latest spring and sum I "rooted" uproarously for the bom* team,
'of other makes.
K. F. L A IV. Co
J. IV. ilsiuakor.
Town Treasurer's Notke.
Notice is hereby given that there are
fiiu.ls in tli«' town treasury lor the re
dein ption ol the following warrant»:
| 111», 1189. IIIO, OUI. lini. IlltS, IUM.
lit«, UW«, 1197. ll"8, I MB, 1200. 1201,
I 1102. 1*13. 1201. INK, 120*. l*>7. 12<W
' 1»M 1310. 1511, 1212, 121». HU.
111'». VJI7. 1218. 1312, IM), 1221, ITTI,
1X13. 1224. 1226. I2W I «7. im 1220.
lu tereat • ill cease
KEJ^mjHCb COUnCY HERR
Klamdtb rail», Ortßon
Alex Martin, President,
Alex Martin h, Cashier
E. R. Reames, Vice-Prei’t,
E. M. BubK Asst. CaJiier.
Dated at Klamath Falh.
13lh day of April, I9"6.
J. W. Risggaa,
Tow o Treasurer.
Is the policy ol thi* bank, and it I
rigidly adherred to.
Safetv first. Liberality next.
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Receives the u>o«t prompt and cm
attention when brought to n». A high
degree of »kill obtained by tear» ol ei
perience in the work, coupled with the
use of the best tools, enable* its to turn
out work that is satndsclory, to the
most exacting customers. You have
the satisfaction of knowing that your
property is safe in our hands, end no
work, however complicated, i* l*'on I
our »kill, and th.,t onr chargee will be
the lowest consistent with the test
II J- Wiantss,
Watehniaker mid Optician.
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Hardware Dealer Klaniaîh Falls
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CANDIES. CONFECTIONERY FRUIT.
I. N. COWAN
TABLETS. STATIONERY. ENVELOPES.
CIGARS. TOBACCO. PIPES.
CU1LERY AND NOVELTIES.
A. J. MANNING
Dr. Cowan wishes to state that
will he in Klamath falls, April 27,
and 2V at Dr. W. R. Boyd's dental
Will also mako all points in Klamaih
and Lake counties every spring.
Glasses and frames both titled eor
It is a* essential that the
frames fit the face as for the gliu>»«e to
fit the eyes.
All work guaranteed.
M rs . m . M c M illan ,
73 rooms «nd «uite* :
Bar Room, I’urlL-s, Two Club
p, Etc., Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
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Leads Them All
Fcunta n Fen
is the place to save money. Call and see my stock
before sendingout for your goods. I will take pleas
ure in showing you around and will give you prices
that will justify you in buying at home. Complete
line of iron and wood beds, springs and mattresses,
chairs, tables, etc, etc, etc.
* DRUGS ANO STATIONERY 4*
Stoves, Tinware and Crockery
4* 4’ *b *F* *1* 4* 4*
Wagonsand Farm Implements
GEO. T. BALDWIN
I Irirdwi11*0 Dealer
OF THE SEASON
SUNDAY, APRIL 30,1905.
ROUND TRIP $1.00
I TICKETS ON SALE AT BISHOP’S
Fountain Pen I
CITY DRUG STORE
Opera House, Saturday Evening, April 29, 1905
OTleleetR «<> Cents
Proceeds to boused to buy artificial limb for 12*year old