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KLAMA1H ‘ SQUIBS'■
M j MILI.AN, Prop’r.
73 rcxHiis unti »uites.
S ihii I'I” R' khih . Bur Room, I’urlurs. Two ( |tib
Rooms, I'tc., Etc.
, ’ SPECiAI RESOR F FOR KAURIS I S
FEED AND SALE STABLE
||orsi«H boarded by ilio <l:iy, wt»ek or monili.
Corrals ftr icamsiers. Free Camping Grounds and Wood.
Country Produce taUcn in exchange lor Roods
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Clothing, Furnishing Goods
Boots and 5hoes.
a complete and up to date line of
I. F. DAVIES,
I K YOI I ENJOY
'1' 1\N' il I ’uek
these estimates is provisional and I
Dear Seaton Open» on Augutt 15
Warm day» and ctsil night« makr
qualifled both aa to the amount of
Klamath County an Ideal piare tu live.
treasure neceaaary for the work and
Spotted Fawn -Closed at all tlmea.
Thhty-Hve new lions**» and build to Hie Hinn of completion.
Buck th--r. Mor*.-, .Mountain Sheep,
ing» in cours<< of construction hi
(oxcepl In I he Count lea of Grant, Har
But while this great American
ney, Malheur and Baker)—Chated from
woik 1« going on, or r.itln-r Its pre- November 1 of each year to Aug. 15
Th* loos* rock* on Main at feat limlim y surveys and excavation»; of the following y< ar.
Kemalc Deer—< lotted from Novem
alxiuld be raked off »nd hauled away.
I tide Ham 1» doing another engineer ber I of r-ir-lt year to Sept. 15 of the
It would not coat much and would Ire
ing work which proinlaea even greater following year.
a great Improvement tn th* city.
Night hunting ami use of dig» in
results than ihe t'anauiaCanal. Tin- hunt mg fn-er, or M« im >* are prohibited
Now 1» tin* limo for I In* funner» lo
truth of tills become» manifest to the within the stale at all times.
get their exhibit» ready for Hie Fall
Limit -Five lit er In any one open
fair. There la no batter way to ad most unthinking upon a little re- »■•aaon.
Elk Cloned until Sept. 15, 1Ö07,
vcrllae the country than to »how In- drciiiHi. The government haa n >w
ti-ndiyg settler» what the country under ronslde-atlon one is already then cliMt-d between (>:t. 15 of each
year and Sept. 15 of the following
completed seven great Irrigation yea r.
Limit One Kik during each open
Some people cannot sec Hint Klam- projects In the west Involving the rec season.
••h i-.tlls wl!l be much larger, but II lamation of Mime million and a
It 1» unlawful to sell or hare In put-
I« hard for tome people lo wp any- quarter acre» of d<-s -rl land, at a cost session for »ale, any elk meat at any
thing, a thousand more famllh-s
of about 30 mil cm dollars. A half
It is unlawful at any time to hunt,
cuitnuUrig Ihr soil in the Klamath
dozen more are In the course of hUI pursue, take, kill, Injure, destroy oi
Basin would easily support .1 town ten
have In possession any Deer, Klk.
vey and ciimim-tn'-nient of work.
time» Ihr *lxr ,,t Klamath Fall*.
Mo «*, M mntaln Sheep or Spotted
The fund tor this wor» Is constant Fawn, for tin' purpose of obtaining
the skin, bide, ¡torn», ham» or other
ly growing from the receipt* of all fl'-all of such animals, fjr Hie purptaw
should receive the luppoli ut cn-ry
farmer In the county. The in<*mbera •he sales of publlr land»; moreover as of sale, barter, exchange or trade
except u|M>n permiaaiou from the State
of the Association do not make am every dollar expended by the govern
Gaine or Forestry Warden.
im nev on Hie proposition. It I» Ilio ment must tie returned to the fund
Silver Grey Squirrel—Cloaed from
farmer who reap« the benefit, and on by the act Het* taking the Ian.I, the Jan. 1 lo Oct. 1 of each year.
the lol.-r.-st taken by every farmer
Ducks, Geese, Swan-Cloved between
fund becomes a revolving one ami Is the first day of February and the firsi
l-pcnda the succi m. <>r failure Of the
, capable of use over and over again for day of September. Limited to 50 in
I building new works.
•Water Hill and Upland Plover—
Frank Adams Is now ready to re
It is officially estimated that there Clrmed between the first d jy of Janu
■civi* a proposal from th» people of
ary and th<- first day of August.
W o h | river to rein ire hl* dredge to are ovi r 70 million acres of Irrigable
Pheaaxnt - Kant of the Cascade j
. Hilt phi'.*. If tin’ p!*<.plc of that I land In the west and It Is admitted Mountain—Closed at all season».
Sage Hen, sage cock, grouse, or na- |
Valley think limy hive »util'lent i that an Intensively cultivated irri
work to warrant the moving of the gated agricultural community will live pheasant—Clow-d In:tween the I
Mist day rtf Ireccmher and Hie fifteenth !
dredge they should open negulalions support a population of one person to day of August of the following year
with Mr. A lam» al o;ise before H Is
Quail-Closed except between the I
the acre, which would people the
second .Saturday and the third Tues- i
w »tern half of the United States day of the month of September.
The “Tourists Delight" and with nearly the present population of I Limited to six quail in one day or
twelve In one week.
'•S|MirtMni*n'» Paradlae" are ann>« <4 the entire country.
Unlawful to hunt without license-
tin* term» •wing applied tn Klamath
The cost of t bis great work would A licenv must be obtained from the
t'.iiinty. Nuwhere are there mure
amount to two billion dollars—a work c-iuntv clerk and carried with party
beautiful »Igbta and historic pla e»or
while hunting. Resident fee for Li
iwtter nabltig and hunting than here. • the vastest ever entered Into by any cense 11. non-resident SI0.
Trout-Closed during m mlhs ot
I hna<* who have tired ,>t Niagara Fall» country in any time, yet costing the
November, December, January Feb
• in aee «. mething aa equally wi nder- government not one dollar, for every i
ruary and March. Unlawful to keep
ful by taking a trip to Crater Lake. dain and every canal constructed Is trout less than five inches in length.
Night fhlilng prohibited. Limit 125
Wonderful ch.ing-a hare taken paid for by eagei settlers who flock In one day.
place in Klamath County during thr upon the rich, Irilgateil desert lands.
paat few year«. Former rrxidrnts of
Guy Elliott Mitchell.
'hr county «Im h ive returned for a
United btatew Land Office. Lakeview, Ore
visit alate that, a» they drive through
K’ n. At guat 30. 1905. A sufficient content affi
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
da\ t ha« tng been filed in thia office by Genpfe
the miles of green alfalfa land». H|*y
ft Mxerr. contestant. agatn«t homestead entry
innol realise that It It the aatue
Xo. SHIB. made October 1, IMS for
I.akev ew Examiner.
■untry that four or fire year» ago
Sec IS. Tp » H R *
Mr. Sh.imp.iign. the Koseburg mut F. W M by William Morriaon, contaatee, In
*iu covered with sagebrush and
ton buyer, Informed an Examiner re which it 1« alleged that the contestant know*
not considered fit fur a jack ml bit lo
porter tint he bad bought ch*.* to the prer ni condition of the fame, a I mo that
the aa>d Wfibam Morrlaou has wholly aban
live on. Equally a» great if not
14.000 head of sheep (lie past week doned «aid tiact: that he has change 1 bit rea-
.’rralrr change» w ill lie seen In Ibe
from the following aheep raisers: idcncc Irora K iamath county; that said tract
next two year», as there are »till I Front H>*nry I.e ham. 1500 dry sheep; Is not settled upon and cultivated by said
party as is rrqutred by law. and that no Talld
luuiaands of acic» of sage brush land.
from C. E Sherlock. 1300 head of dry settlement has or waa ever made u; on said
»Iilch only nerd» the application of slteei]; front II. C. Whitworth, 1400 tract aa require«! by law by the said William
waler and I hl* will soon lie supplied head of dry sheep; from Frank Bloom- Morrison, and that he has been absent there
by I lie government Irrigation system. . Ingcanip, 6400 head, 1600 of which from for more than six months since making
H. W. STRAW, Proprietor
City Meat Market •
MEISS g ARMAND
ALL KINDS OF FRESH, SALT
AND SMOKED MEATS
SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS
Fort Klamath Creamery Buttei
Pure Bred Stallions $
Buff Cochin Chickens *
5 Phone Main 14 $
LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES
KLAMATH FALLS AND MERRILL
Largest and Best Equipped Stables in Southern Oregon
TOURISTS TRADE A SPECIALTY
C. T. OLIVER, Proprietor. Successor to W. W. Hazen.
were wethers and the rest ewes and
lambs; from E. Casebcer, 2900 head,
ewes and lautbs.
FROM WHITELAKE CITY.
For sale in Klamath Falls only by
said entry. that his absence thereirom la not
due lo his employrnent In the army, navy or
r. arlne corps of the United States, either as s
» a lor. soldier or other officer in the marine
marine corps or in any war in which the
United Stales may have been engaged, and
that he has wholly abandoned said tract with
out any jusi came or excuse, »aid parties are
hereby notified to a; pear, respond and olei
« i der.ee touching «aid allegation at 10 o'clock
a m. <»n Ocu ber U. 1906 before Geo, Chastain.
Co. Clerk of K.amath County, Oregon, and
that final hearing will he held at 10 o clock
a. in on October 20, 1905, boiore the Register
and Receiver at the United States land office
In LakWiew, Oregon. The said contestant
1 tiring, in a proper affidavit, filed Auguat 26.
1105, M*t forth facta which show that aftez du?
dii.gence personal service of this notice can
not be made, it Is hereby ordered and direct
ed that such notice be given by due and
C. U. Snider, Receiver.
C. JI. McCttniber and his partner,
The ciliten« of Southern Klamath
••’iiiitr, in Ihr vii-inity of Whitclake tlmlicr cruisers and locators, were
City, air nearing a broad »milu there •here from Klamath county first of
lav», owing to the luet that the McClon I the week. They came here with the
Itailroa-I atirveyors extruded their mr expectation of Investigating the min
rev aero»» the California line into ing excitement.
Klaii ath county lart week. We under
hand « large forre of uoikmen have Violiniti
limi a-'.le-l to pitali this ro» I over the
Tuned and Repaired
Will ma’it? the season at Buesing & Bennett’s Stables in •ummit before anew ttira. Thia, with PROF. W. B. FOSTER
the ri couragiug reporla from the Hecla-
Klamath Falls, Oregon. Will lv here Saturdays and Sun mation l.un-au. strengthens the conti-
lence of all interrateli |>ailir« iti the fu
Re pat pine of
day« and balance of the tunc will lv at the ranch.
Old Viol.na a Specialty
tute piiwprrity of Klamath county.
Terms—$io to insure and payable when mare proves to I Eine« thco|M*ning of lhe du k sca«on
ma- y aporlanirn have virited W Intelaile
k be with foal.
T. F. N J. L S hort
Diev report water fowl plentiful and 4*
•? -4« * •> •? 4- 4- • r 40000-:
the »|Mirt excellent, The bird« gather
tn such mimliera on tin, lake that their
noiae in the atillneaa of night rmrmblra 4-
th* Mghing of the wind through the 4-
pine». Surely thia is the spott»uien*i
E. I.. Pope, of the Tide lake precinct,
aiT.ini|Minit*<l by the Mcasra. King, ol
I have for sale at a bargain, *
Modi»-comity, who are returning from
on easy terms, several choice *
the Irrigation congre»» at I’urtlaml were
viaitura in Whilelake City last week.
lots in North Klamath Falls Ad 4.
I hey report much interest manifested
throughout Northern Oregon in the
dition, within three-fourths of a *
great irrigation project of Klamath
• mile from the business portion *
Measra. .’-beets A Murphy received a
of Klamath Falls, ami one-half *
conaigiimrnt of furniture last week but
mile from Upper Klamath Lake. *
at the eml of a few days moat of it waa
disposed of. This scema to be one line
An ideal location for residences *
I of business Eoulhorn Klamath county
BEGINNING WITH JUNE 18H1 AND UNTIL <>. N. Collins, of Texas, w«« in the
I cilV a few days looking after property
PUR THER NOTICE
I interests here. The gentleman was so
1 well pleased with the future prospects
tlint he will return in the near future
ami engage in business.
L. F. Willits and The Brick Store
Lewis § Clark Fair
regon Stage Company
IN CONNECTION WITH
Klamath Cake Railroad Company
'yill Bell Excursion Round Trip Tickets From Klnmath
to Ihrall, Calif,, (and return) for $8.00, good for 30
day» from dato of sale.
You can do it much easier *
than the expense of paying *
rent and moving
Ilie Panama Canal
W.islilngtnn, 1». C.—Thu Panama
la conceded to I m the giant under
For further particulars, prices
and terms, write, or call on mo
at my residence—seconil house
east of Klamath Hotel.
taking of the age, a project upon
which the French fail’d, the United
I'E-— Arrnngt'tnent.H havo been completed and Ticket»- States will now lake hold and build.
Wc will construct the Panama Canal
®mi Salo within n few days to Portland, San Frnn- beyond a peradventure of a doubt and
l,C(> and all Southern Pacific points. They will likewise It will become the greatest and moat
Important waterway In the
11 sale from all Southern Pacific points to Klamath.
poKKlhllit les to commerce
and the strategy of potuilble warfare. *
,CUre Sva,M «>•<! further information from
R. I. HAMMOND, Agent.
What will it cost and when will II be
Klamath Falls, Oregon
completed? Engineers predict in 12
or 15 vearr ind estimate tn expend!- **
The Klamath Count
Will Hold a Fair at Klamath
Falls September 28,29
and 30, 1905.
repeat, free for all, purse ............. $100
free for all, purse.............................
free for all mules, purse..........
Klamath county horses, purse ...
5. J mile and repeat, Klamath county horses, purse
6. 5 mile dash Klamath county roadsters to
ordinary double buggy, top may be re
J mile dash and repeat, free for all, purse
100 yard footrace, free for all, purse.........
8. 1 mile and repeat, trot or pace, free for all, purse
9. g mile and repeat, Klamath county horses, purse
10. J mile dash, Klamath county saddle horses, “
11. 1| mile dash, free for all, purse........................
12. 3 mile relay free for all saddle horses, riders to
change horses every mile; horses must be sad
dled and bridled ready for the change; all must
ride stock saddles, catch weights; purse.............
All races will be run under Pacific Coast rules as near
Four to enter, three to start, ten per cent entrance fee.
Seventy per cent of purse goes to winner and thirty per
cent to second.
Admission, 50 cts at gate; children under 8 years fret.
Ado-ission to Grand Stand: Ladies and children free,
gentlemen 25 cts.
Music by Klamath Falls Brass Band.
Several Hundred Dollars will be disbursed in Cash b, r
exhibits of Horses, Cattle. Hogs, Grain, Grasses, Fruit,
Poultry and general products of the County.
For information address the Secretary.
GEO. T. BALDWIN.
B. ST. GEO. BISHOP,
9 mile and
1 mile dash,
g mile dash,