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A 4ÜNG Üt U ul J,
"iliriv 1« mil/ ol«* linmt
done. ' be wvul on, not ms t-
of sal«, barter, «’xeluiigv “f ir»'le.
n world •*•*»»> muhii ) —
except upeii |H'ruil«l«iu from the State
Tulle I »k thousand ."prlhKR,
Slav yt't lie l
liu: whHt w-'it.d wc car«* l »i n oner,
W. 0. SniTH, Editor and Proprietor
Game or Forestry rt'!'*6»f».
It tut i.-n a Ui n.t*c Hirtin* ihiitga:
’ l’v> i vuii.' within three l»iV’t*<
Silver Grey .Squirrel t'loscil from
»roti i<l. iii ’ii, w.’iiion. , iris am. boys.
Ti» ut HM'rx bl 1
Jan. I to Oct I of each year.
A n t h« on « •»’ g * a.
nobles. Ill« i liSi.'s »11’ I 1 pe.canK must
An ii.«' n ■ (|.i\ roll
• ; me.mil) io war« v »nil ..HF '•*'*'
Ducks. Geese, Swilll !’!o*e<! befivi’en
Of j . t«‘ i t a»!
(s ia ».. I psi < i , uu | make »
Ai. .. X. i .> a a Ik
the first day of Febiuary and the first
5 WO DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
flower» Let them tUI up » tel. <<>
Oi. th» worn n grrrr jrii«« —«
«lay of September. Limited to
An' thai » wlii w> nevi it, tn> ttanM!
(heli hansia*». ••( •*" :*i
1,1 n.Ahv u*« Ml
th Ir fan». iu«h
Klamath Falls, Ore., Thursday, July 27 1905
’TI* 4- '<• niikti ti r .iik <tai «urn»
Waler I’ ill mid Upland Plover ‘
\n tempri n the btlaaard hrrvtv.
- n the ht\ stb.it trip w ith hvnvj
ilien, hHfor» dsybresli. nd ’ '
Uhls««! iM'lin'eii the hist day of J ill- » E' Arc
fed Lj ihr golden ber»!
flowers inual be lieu, l»»,et',1 l,r *tlu’
NONESTY IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS. Uarv and the first day of August.
MARK L. BURNS
Oh ‘tin Ro d for brr kJ,
to all ill«’ ire» • anil h'l I'**
t i.M'.oie j
An- n<»l<f for *»«s.
«nd all the «.andry uo*r tb» i'd ■* •
the flllvcl al.it In it Unal ill' i •"
Mountain t losi.i at all M'.l.’* IIS.
Can it be that we ire entering upon
inl.nce and tile |., jeeet the hull'
Ar. a«»id to e alfe
Sage lleli. sage m k. grciuse. or na
Klamath Falls, Oregon
an era of honest administration of
All th«J»:n’<r» snd >ru»t»
tive pbt’AviHt Closed tx’tiveen tile
An that * wli) m « lud it, rry itvaria
must »upcimten l tbe <L’iVi*l ”i'''
public affairs? Enm» many cities and
first day of D.veinher and (lie fifteenth Oh that It were not «her
■■ Take lhe anil). Ukr the l>o»iiU»l«
DR. WM. MARTIN
stnt<* are coming reports of sweeping
To our lv» • it« g earn lo bold!
day of August of the follow iwg year.
lak« the pri»mm.
reforms wrought by some strong t< ad-
work, no one niust »top to e»t "
Qu iil Cloned except l etween th«’
Arc 1 nr.|. a* thrj ri), n uh goMI
j er backed up by the determination
to night. Go an I iwowiutwr that )<mr
second Saturday and
W«* w nt’ ! • vc meh othar
i very live» depend UK>n >our »Ui
i of a burdened and outragtsi public.
More a a>’
day of th«* month idf September,
If he need f »r «:ol4
Klamath Falls, Ottoon
ill one day or
Without S word the minister» Heil
b’s »m our H\es would patii
ident and his determined stand for Limited to *ix quail
>' Ut kl» »?t ,<i tv IIRI lio \ >u
InmiediRti’l) from th* psi*’*
twelve in <me we« k.
Ber oath U od s xraim
*hat he ,h,nks
,uv* w<"' í 1‘niawtu’. to hunt without license
than an hour th’re * ns not
An- tha . s Wh) \\ » n« rd It. mv <h*arte*
Ov-JUx a \ v xx 1 f K.
against the powerful organizations
I.« Stanton, In Atlanta Cunatttu
nor a Itoiiv' lu the city nur
A license must U’ obtained from the —Frank
f. . i
of intrenched greed and laivlessnoss.
county clerk and carried with party
hah.' mts »'TV rot I ' I»’
1 Graft thought the American public
while hunting. Kesaient fee fur Li
and u one had l>"’’ •
heed and aid.
KLAMATH FALLS SODA WATER
the daini >• p > < e
cense #1, non-resident $10.
But graft did not reckon with (he
tenn tliov and* >t
inlvrenl t rails of character that have
alHiul among the h
REFRESHING SUMMER DRINK existed and will exist so long as lime ' Noiember, DecemlxT. January Feb
1 ruarv and March. Unlawful to keep
The next mornlnr. •» her
i Is. The people have been accused of
Manufactured in a'l Flavors
Ishrd drnsRi.ifl her. I'islil
trout less than five inelus tn length.
A TAIE OF OtD DAY»
11 ixnewof morality. Their efforts for
Night fishing prohibited. Limit 125
■truuient» b-tie* h hnr »tr
Mv Solidfor Will Call on Von better administration so lone met de in one day.
"Ah! it is ID) birth..i> t
feat. because unaccustomed to deal
- - --O-
»»It! wit’’, a «hl.er
I with intrenched wickidness. that It
so ciuei as in i’*n»e It to
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
T WAS winter and very cold, and
was dcolared that they never would
Iler women |eill«.l
unite to win, and without organ
sen* tin curtain» him the window
with art and we.nth of detail, had
• \Vh«t a beautiful day. metre«»."
ization there was no possible chance
\V. B. McLaughlin
b»en cwreftilly closed arour.d the
of victory. So the grafters thought,
Shearer is now located prince, making the room in which lie they
Illite, I, a» If It t.»> WTV s .■ rir ter
but they reckoned vain. Under the near Ketw, Klamath county, when Mt very small
the shy was clothed In ri.hrst t>l>l*
Many b. autlful robes linei with
reflex influences of venalily grew up lie is engaged in logging.
111 which (he sun III.« * so.deu Juwvl
warm wool ami eovere«l with priceless
various societies to suppress the crime
.1. W. H. Bales and his family have siik lay crossed in coni railing colors ahon proudly.
Ixiiisii.dl) the prlnevM walked oat
“Tax the people as lunch as the) I gone to Klamath county and will re I ou the uximio s bieasl. and on one
upon lb« bakiiuy. Hui what e cry of
will bear” is the old slogan. The; main several months.
joy and «urprtse bro e tr >ni her Upaf
breaking-limit was reached. In the' A- !>■ Naylor and Ford Sbertner- wv< »uibrouf. rwd a ’tar formed b) five Flowers, tlowei». tn eenry direction«
ball» on it . ling a s xth. Thiii was th.
city civic societies were organized.! horu h ive gone to Klamath county, to ere»; of ih« illustrious Kauga family, and ua far a« the »)« eoii.d .w
The prlru.aa rubie d her e. • •
Women’s dubs of various kinds are j
inspect the resources of that rapidly which knows no equal throughout all It r nilrs. 1»?
ways in favor of high morality. '
Jspsn or amort the islands cd dheu-
"Father, father!" ah-’ cried as th«
d-l ..nd Satsumt.
country was the grange.]
noblo prmee eno red ,.»r spsruieot.
The prliv •». in »pit* nJ ht, VMS: Is
binding thousands of little com
“truly. ;uu are » f*l “
i his lands »nd his tnom’y. felt n ver-
Th" dnim o aimiui« with pleaair«
inimitiés togeth. r in one great organ •idinty. accompanied by her son Frank . the.ess that he wm> very poor and mis
PHONE MAIN 196
ization, powerful to effect its will. and his wife, are visiting in Medford erable. Aud tae rea«ou wa« that lor pri'pon'ii a rtde th", i-h th« park
aeu th«' m.Vi.le apringtltu«
1 ho de
Secret societies, that have a history of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L several days he had tried to think of - Hg' t. d pri ■ *«» ill V*d b*r hand,, and
sotuvlhing tor the anniversary of hts th«’ brilliant pro-vialna of sail» ■ • I’d
. hundreds of years quietly working Alford.
daugu r's birthday and bu couid think , rourtiirw headed by th* pr oe« and I bls
' for good.
daii«:li.er staiiod alowly do»u th*
Another potent factor is the in of Grants Pass, were on the south
It was uuf.irtnna'.ely true that the WinUufl av.-iu».
creasing size of the graduating class ■» bound train one day last week, en pi In sa. who would on the morrow
"Vi'li*1 a de ic. ua perfume »« enta th«
attain the dignity of 16. ahead) pos- ar! crivi' the prlnre.a.
of secondary schools and colleges that route to Klamath county.
ever)tiling tnat It ass p-.srible
Surprised, the dainilo reallred that
RATES REASONABLE are annualy sending out a splendid John Chastain, who arrived from seesod
for a young lady to
but this the acfl odor« of th« »prina liowera did
type of citizens. These young men Klamath county not long ago, is t»c- was no consolation pcMewi.
to the dalmlu
and women, imbued with high ideal» ceptablv tilling the position of sales What wm the use >f being » prince, of Indieu All the air I!.« awrvt wa» that
every f*w rods a flro of s » e»t In
having such wealth. If he could not cense burned in «ara.ully blu**en brs-
Furnished Rooms with or and a keen perception that truth and man at Brown s grocery store.
right are eternal, that falseness meet»
J. W. Savage, who was engaged in
Presently be arose.
Pri’ ien’ly an eapeelally b»autlfii! pink
a just doom, arc factors in every-day mining in Coleman Creek district be
"I will go to her spsrtmonts. Per plum tie« causbl the aitaulloa of lb»
fore he sold his property to II. Van haps. unconsciously she will tell me prince«*.
“An educated man may cer some Tass.’l. has located at Klamath Falls what sh« would like," be said lo him
"1 wuh a branch of that tree " a* »
time*.” wrote Ex-President Super, with his family.
"It will b« a memory
He struck a bronze gong and Imme of on« of the m att beautiful prom
“but he is no’ ;lpt to go permanently
diately the carved pouU« rolled open, •nadei of my life "
Corne Main and 11th Sts.
to .»certain b»w the cattle market will disclosing eud!»ss balls filled with
The daltnio looked un*n»lly nt th«
Klamath Falls, Oregon
This is the gist of the whole matter. be this coming season. L. E. West, samurais of noble biri.h. pages, guard*
and menials. The samurais who worn
People are recognizing that educating
Phone Main 186
"She will t’laoi.eer the Chrit." b«
of the Carstens Packing Co. of
pays in a ci»ic way as well as in acquir Tacoma, savs that Lake county people the two »word* bowod deep while all thought.
tl.c others pri/strated themselves Oil
But N.al da-tain did not tn*rabi o nor
ing a higher degree of happiness. Ont can expect a fair price for their beef the ground.
I various societies, therefore, have
i if they can deliver it al the railroad | "I will visit my daughter,” said the
"Giant me the honor to pl urli |t for
I education as their avowed aim. Al!
! in good condition. The price wilF dalmlo.
you,” he said.
I these agencies are st lengthening the ■ probably not i>e as good as last year;
He rode up to th* tr*» and t.ioueht
, public conscience, ripening its in lowing to the fact tiiat California Is I pile of cushions In the had of her ewn hark n auperb btan- h The prim «a*
particular palace. The folds of her
telligence, making it powerful in the , looded with stock. >1' st of the Lake , m iguliii ent robes were art ng*«l a; m- seized It. burying bar face in Uie
fr ah. -osy ‘ fl. *« i *.
knowledge of its own st rength.
I county beef wit! have to go to nortli- metrlcaily about her In many co! -rs
The da.nuo w« more surprised than
Summer Novelties, Lawns, Dim-
“I have within me the strength of
and shai>e.«, but most abundant v.as
; ern buyers and the Carstens Company the wonderful kimona of blue satin before. He did not gueea cat the
ten. for mv heart is pure,” said Sir ■
< will lie <>ne of the largest, buyers. The I everywhere embroidered with spl ler prlui>- minister had emptlrd all the
Hies, Percales, Shambrays, In
grass has been and still is very good webs In which were caught the many pietnl noses ot all the ; a aces and had
prep; i. d many trees fur just such aa
Everywhere men and women are
dia Linens, Linens, Calicoes,
i in California, so that the San Fran- colored petal» of summer flowers.
■ recognizing that private purity and
I eisco butchers and packing companies '
"You are a wonderful
Laces, Embroideries, Stockings
virtue cannot tolerate public laxness, ' will not lx? compelled to leave their snow, her crimson lips opened sligh'ly prince cried to h.a prime man."
to disclose two rows of p arly teeth,
The school which
own state to get beef.—Lakeview and the eyebrows, following the m-in- when they returned to the pasea
and a fine line of Gloves
preached the doctrine that men are
ner of princesses, were cloeely shaven "You arr absolutely a magician. But
justified in dishonesty in public affairs
and replaced by two little black tel! mo. what caa I do ‘ next
so long as they win is dying out. In |
patches painted very nigh on the fore- aarpaM this marvelous fete?"
The prime mint iter smiled alo-vly
no place is there need for honesty as
He pointed io a . harming young man.
‘Arry -I asj. Bib. wot a the dlff'rence
in the administration of public affairs. between them 'ere gins as the bloke at
face for an instant In the long sleeves son id lhe pr.nce of Sstauma. who was
Nowhere else is it so conspicuous. In the 'all was à-teille' us about last night of her robe, thus greeting her father siding Pnn.eas Fiaki to aught from
no other place is dishonesty so warmly ' —the oxv-gin and the hyt.ry-gin?
I with a tender and modest salute Th»
"Whin another year ha« passed, and
condemned as where interests of tbe I Bill—Biowed if I know. Ärry—unless <!iamlo smiled with pleasure at the
one s pure gut, and the other a gin and grace and beauty of the child whom ne the prim<
receivia a.io.b,r birthday
public are at stake. Take heart, then water.—Aiiy Soper.
ador'd. He overwhelmed her with aa a gill hum the gods, give l.er ft«
ye who seek the better way. It may
cares.-!ng rimes, asking her If she was a hu band that charming prin • Sh>-
will love him inur« lb»a she a<,aa tbe
not be all as you wish it. Your way
happy and If there was nothing she
The Phlloeopher 1 cannot under desired.
i may not be the best way. But keep
stand b< w ii is that you puulic sing
lhe uaimlo handed the minister a
jihe main thing in mind—honor and ers seem unable to proceed ualesa you
cried Ftakl. clasping her hand, eor- key of bronze, Ina is.»d won gold
| truth and justice in public and in pri- re. eiv<- a cer.ajp amount <x applause.
"This is loo key to my treasures,"
row fully, "how can I be happy while
! rate affairs- and rest assured that
Operatic Star—It isn't the applause the «.^rh suffer»? How can 1 sn.tle he said. "iR.e ,r and make what nee
! Nature will fight well on your side. we want -It s the lime to get breath.— when the »..les weep? Ah, the goda of it you will. You ar« inor* vaiuru.«
lo me Iti in gold ur pric.u.u Monas."
are cruel to have created the wk ter
—Tranaiated for tbe N. Y bun.
plant, barely alive, and yet uuabie to
Imp.uvemeut in Matches.
Mamma—You don’t mean to say you die!"
The French government has ,.ecld«.1 I
took a second piece of pie when you
"It 1» certain there la nothing she to ffect an improvement in the manu
were visiting do you?
desires so much aa aprlt'gtlma,"
Tommy—Yes. iuainraa. I wanted to thought the prince to hltnaeif. once facture of wct.u< ti luatri w i «o^.ni
box* a are now on sale contain.« g
Deer Season Opens on August 15. show ’em I war used to having plenty n.oie buck lu his little room.
mail h»s identli al will, those sold hither
at butne.—Cuicago News.
He »cowled fiercely at the gray
to. ex< epi that in the u.l< ule <j each is
Deserved tor Lt*
a sn ail circle of »ariatln wax which |
Spotted Fawn—Closed at all times
George—1 just saw you coming from
pern its the flame lo sj i . i ;» mtn life
¡»ter. Nai-<la-tsJn hastened to learn
Buck Deer, Moose, Mount; in Sheep the conservatory with Miss Goldie. the wishes Of his Illustrious lord, but scaln and hum until the end ol the wood i
1 (except in tt«e Cuunlic-gof Grant, Har- Kather hanosome girl, but loo reserved the minister s heart sank at tbe sight Ik r< ached.
; ney, Malheur and Baker)—Closed from
Thomas—Yea. I’ve jest reserved her of the prince's somber tort.
Plenty in Hand.
"To-morrow 1« my daughter’» birth
November 1 of each year to Aug. 15 for lifv.—-Smith's Weekly.
Yon would pci ft|,,i L. «great
of the ftrilowiug year.
ter If you dl ln't >«-t »<>. x,aa|4 tt)a i
calm man tohli Irw ihi«, friend "tan t
Female Deer— Ckiscd from Novem
She— What do )ou 'hick of my broth break to morrow the trees anj bushes you I - arn to I cep your temper?”
ber 1 of each year to Sept. 15 of the er aa an artist?
of the park and the entire country
"Keep my temper! Well lllkethat'”
He—I think he’s very original Why, surrounding the palace shall he cov- retorted lhe other. "I’d |1BVi JG11
Night hunting and use qf dngs In he painted a house war our way, and
»tend that I kfep m-re temper In on*
day than you ha„ |n j,„lr pf,SRetilo|1
hunting Deer, or Moose are prohibited It didn't look one bit like the hou«a.— go.’’
within the state at all times.
"Your will shall be obeyed in all during a whole year!” - Cassell’«
murmured the minister, bow
Lindt—Five Deer in any one open
Advice to Lovers.
"What on earth la the baby crying ing himsrlf out backward.
rVrfn,f'»r -I w . ii M I.» isnv
Elk— Closed until Sept. 15, 1907, so for, Katie?"
i In the protecting sleeves of bls gar Toker.. Cf Tt.-.w„„n(.,w
It k.. |.« a f,-, ow Short.
then closed ttetween Oct. 15 of each
when you called me to drop every ment
year and Sept. 15 of the following thing!”—Yonkers Statesman
"It la exile, It is death!" he thought,
bitterly. "What can I have done that
should disgrace msf'
Limit- One Elk during each open
Mr» Church How long have you
He examined his conscience se-
had the girl you have now?
It is unlawful to sell or have in pos
"Nothing." he said at la«t. . "The
Mrs. Gotham—I really don't remem
to take rare of
session for sale, any elk meat at any ber Just what time she did come to prince really desires that the upring
should come to his daughter Well, I l"”’|,|e who d. «ire to camp on William- I
will not trouble about death, Hut 1» Ron river. Will keep. boarding housa
It is unlawful at any time to hunt,
Bo It Would.
there no r/.her way?”
to him, "",l
,'«’r,’l””"re and hay ior hor»,.,.
pursue, take, kill, Injure, destroy or
Biggs—I wonder why a dentist calls
A sudden inspiration came
have in possession any Deer, Elk, his office a dental parlor?
and he ran swlitly to bls own pa.lacj,1, BoatR will lie kept for rent. Best of treat•
Diggs—I don’t know Drawing room
noting, with terror, that the short ‘ ment t., nil. \\,l| . i(r,v Mg
Moose, Mountain Sheep or Spotted
would be more appropriate.—Chicago
winter day was nearly eno™.
g,Mj /rom A
Fawn, for the purpose of obtaining
Ing his colleaguca around him he told
. 11 a — ■> .Isvnr.rwl < sf '
I tlom of » the
the skin. hid*, horns, hams or other
*it . riu-rdlnary
KLAM A IH RtzPUtìiACAh
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
f SPY. the Soda Waler Man
Mason and Contractor
KI AMA 1 H 1 Ari”. K. ■'••■•I’J.XU
IN I t mi 1 M IV
L m «« I bl *11
A r r 1 * rt» Itntfu«
>i.>..| llii 1
it. i i g
K t niiath M|*« ’Htfa
Va.l • »»••*U
Mil r| Ht Mt*
KI IM Hil
• Hi‘*' i u.
Farm, City and
We can locate you on a
Homestead or a Timber
Main & llth Streets
Klamath Falls, Oregon. ’^ tbe
Mrs. W. B. McLaughlin
Big Discount Sale
j. n. nooRE,
We h a V e some
relinquislunen t s
C. I. BONNEY,
Attorney and Counselor at law
1 i Ito iiig Viatic!» i
New W< i>!>i lluildui;
One of the best
ranches, close in,
200 acres, can be
bought as a
whole or in 40
1 ' A I JÇ *r 1 c
land near Klam
This is a Snap
At the Novelty
We have several
good farms, Im
proved. Now is
the time to get in
on the ground
When you wish to
buy or sell, it will
i pay you to con
will be assured
of a square deal
KLAMATH BARBER S
f, W. SIEMENS, I’rnpridor.
Cleanliness and Good