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Fred Stukel atarted AW bead ot l>evl g.tme will probably be played next POINTS ABOUT THE SALMON
Go to Mannings lor a new pips.
from the Merrill country hut week lor Friday. A ehaileug>* has also been
Don’t let your wife speak Io you
MoatagW, for C. bwaiwton, at Kacra- received and accepted front tbe Eu The Biography of This Game Fish Is
again about that furniture. Bring it
Go to Winters’ for jewelry
gene High School.
aronnd and have it lived up. S. K
Mias Blanche DeCordosa returnci
W. B. Sterane, • merchant of Albany,
(.hapcl cMivlses the past week ware
| Ogle, ba*riiient CfiiitwoiMl» Drug Stoic.
Monday evening from a viaft to Ksnaus. I Oregon, arrived hi the city laat cveahig
very Interesting and instructive.
Who know* the way of fheenglo
Bring that watrh wldch other watoh-
J.T. Tetter, who has been quite sick »nd la looking over our town. Mr.
Monday. Professor Mulkey gave a few in the air, or of the aaliuon in the makers cannot make run. I will give
•lie past nioalh, is now able to I* out Htevena »tatea that he haa heard ao
much of the Klamath country, that he words of welcome, followed by a talk ■en? Of all fish the most tantalix • 160 reward for a watch uiy rvpair de-
' decided to come and investigate. If he on New Year resolutions. Tuesday ing, he hna been the life study of lurtuient cannot put in g»«xl running
New line of rings at Winters’
and Wednesday, Prof. VanScor gave thousands of men, writes Frederic order, 1. Alva (awls.
Geo. R. Hum and wife leh (or Svn find* thing* satisfactory he will prob ' a sketch o< the life of the great scien
Irlimd, in Reribuvr’s. Yet how lit
Francisco Kunday morning. They will
i.e*( We >:oiget.
Thursday, th* anyone really know» about him
The daily stage from Pokegsma baa tist, Michael l*araday.
be absent about two Weeks.
been late the lanst two evaninc« on ac ! Prof. Mulkey s|xAe on Alexander aud how conflicting is the testi
All |>er»<>ns having unsettled lumlw
C. T. Oliver started work yesterday
count of the late arrival of the train. Hamilton. Friday Prof. Mellsnger mony as to what is known! If you Moounts with us. are nxpiestrd to make
on an addition to his already large barn
The snow is wry heavy in the nionn- ' spoke on tbe cost and value of a young •want to get the idea that there is prompt payment either to us or the
hi the rear of the Iekeshle Inn.
tains and the roads are said to be in man.
no such thing as abstract truth, Klaiuath County Bank.
Fine watch repairing at Winters’
I have added to my stock of Furniture a full line of
very bad condition for travel. The pas
you eau form that opinion quick
IK>u’t negletti this timely request.
P. I.. Fountain left Sunday morning senger» on last evening’» stage did not;
ly by sittiug in front of the tiro
C. 8. A R. 8. Moore.
for Medford and other pointe in Rogue arrive here nntil nearly two o’clock. in Medford the past aeak where she
place in a fishing club some eve
River Valley for a two weeks stay.
! Th» steamer Klamath went down the
ning when the most exfierienetHl Jersey cow for sahs Call on him al the
Lewie Gerber, the stockman, was in river and met the stage st Keno, and their teachers fur a few days, who
members are present and feel like Belmont Fred Yards.
the city veeterdsy from the Merrill Feed brought the passenger» to the Fall». has been sick.
and have fitted up a chappci where services nuy be
talking. There is scarcely any
yards, w here he has Isen wintering hie While it took a longer time by way of
Kee Lewis the Jeweler.
! Claud Gatch, republican candidate pro|H>sition connected with the
the river, yet it was much pleasanter
Fino watch repairing. L. Alva lewis.
hdd. I also have secured the services of a compe
for Secretary of State, has Issued the life history of this fish upon which
A full line of Ih-y Goods at the Nov I than riding in the stortn. Among the
New Souvenir spoons just in. L. Aha
arrival» last evening were: W. C. Haw
any two men of 40 or 50 years’ex-
tent licensed embalmer and funeral director, who-
ley, H. F. Mulkey, Dr. R. E. Lee Steiner republicans of Oregon:
iu salmon fishing will
H. V. Mitchell left Sunday morning
and Dr. F. E. Smith, of Salem.
"Prompted by what I trust is a agree. The biography of the fish
will attend promptly to al! calls day or night,
for Kan Francisco, where be will join
laudable ambition and at the requeat is filled with puzzling blanks. You Mannings.
bis wife who is spending the winter in
Fino watch and jewelry repairing. L.
of my friends, 1 declare my intention catch a glimpse of him in his in
to make honorable effort to become fancy. He mysteriously disiqe Alva ta'wis.
funeral relieving you of all responsibilities attend
The Stilts Company invite all their
If you wish to buy or sell real estate
your choi>en candidate for the posi pears, returns during adolescence,
old and new patrons to call at their new
(Frr»m our re»'.il*.r ,\»rrre|x»n.l*nl)
tion of secretary of state, and there- ‘ and then is gone again until,’on
ant on such occasions.
store and insjiect their stock of goods.
Our town is covered with the"Beauti
tain <>. C. Applegate, either at Klamath
fore ask your good will and assistance his third appearance, the iufnnt
Next to tbe City Drug Store.
ful" »now shout 6 inch»» deep, the low
Falla or Eugene, Oregon.
in the ensuing primaries.
has grown to be fully mature. experience in Koutheastern Oregon.
20 per cent off on Pry gcsxls at the er 5 inches however is w«ter.
Tbe duties ot this office being ad Who would think the childish
Our Minister Rev. Allen «nd hi» good
A chicken dinner will be given every
It» St. <!«?<>»
Tbe beautiful new piano for the High wife returned to our city on last Friday ministrative, the views of a candidate smolt of a few ounces, that slips Sunday at the Gem Restaurant for 25
School building has arrived and was from Lakeview where they had been en on the larger questions of general and quietly down river in th* early cents.
placed in the assembly nx>m Tuesday. joying a visit to Mrs. Allen’s parent». state government would not pertain spring, could come back in the
F or Rare—A sunny well furnished
The instrument is a fine Baby Grand They report having had a fine visit and ' to the conduct of the office.
same summer in the pride of youth
with stove. Close in. Inquire at
were well pleased with Lakeview. Bro. 1
Laaving the discussion of the tariff, as a three of four pound grilse?
Quite a number of logs belonging to Allen preached to a crowded house on trusts and other National questions And the next time be goes, upon
llovsKitoLir Goons—All of our fumi*
R. 8. Moore have been floating around last Sunday night.
tbe candidates for Cungress, whose what meat doth he feed, that he
tore, household goods, range ■ nd kitch-1
the lake below town the past two weeks.
Regular Drayer meeting on Wednes business is to deal with such subjects, jumps.to maturity and ten pounds*
en utensils for sale. For particulare
The heavy south winds washed them day night, and a social gathering of tbe and the manner of raising state rev weight? Wbat ports does he visit
is showing a fine line of Crockery and Fancy Glass
call at the ranch one and one-half mile
over the boom.
Church people at the residence of J. O. enue to the legislative candidates, while be is off on his deep-sea
8. 8. Mitchell.
Visit the Novelty Store Millinery and H «maker wae announced for Thursday ; not presuming upon the province and cruise? Where does he keep the
ware this week in his
We w‘ll donate *1000 to the "Home
business ot that body and not doubt , chart by which, after his far away
Our I. O. O. F. and Rebekahs did ing the members will prove compe wanderings, he unerringly re for disabled Canal Boats,*’ if alter
Pres. Campbell's subject at the dedi
smoking one of our celebrated Bank Ex
proud on last Saturday night,
cation of the High school will be “Re
tent to discharge the duties incumb- turns to his birthplace? And why change or Africano Cigars, you say you
lation of High Schools to the Univer at a Joint Installation. After the usual •
A big shipment of dishes and glassware just received
meeting of tbe Subordinate Lodge, th* «1 upon them. 1 deem it sufficient. do many grilse come to some riv are not satisfied.—C. D. Willson A Co.
sity.” Kupt. Ackerman will speak on
ers and comparatively few or none
"Tbe High School, Past, Present and
admitted to the hall making about 50 publican and have been a Republican to others? in Miramicbi waters In the County Court of the State ol Or«*on for
ware and Plumbing Goods,
the County of Klamath.
ever since casting my first vote fur there are in August ten grilse to
The Novelty Store, which is owned by persons present, and then the local Re
i every full grown salmon. In the In the matter of the guardianthlp of Agnee (?. j
Syracuse Walking and Gang Plows
Marple, a mt nor.
Stilts Company, was moved the first of bekahs took charge of the meeting and James A. Garfield, and that I have
the week into tbe new Worden building '
of Kllia M Marple, guaidlanof tbe person and
party. But wbat occurs to me grilse at all.
next to the City Drug Store. The new Mrs. Myrtle Simmons acting as Grand 0(
relate of .Ifnee C. Marple a minor, praying
as of more importance to the state on
quarters are very neat and roomy and
for an order ot tale of certain real estate be-
particularly adapted to the display of officers elect of Fraternity Rebekah ■ ! tbe part of a candidate for the Sec LOCOMOTIVE DEVELOPMENT tooling to her aald ward, that it wonld be
Lodge No. 106 as follows: Miss Doris
beneficial to aaid ward to have such real ee-
dry goods and millinery.
Goes, N. G ; Mrs. Margie Hoagland. V. retaryship Is the question. What are Immense Incrsase tn Slae of Ballwajj tate void.
20 per cent off on Clothing at the G ; Mrs. H. H. Johnson, Sec’y; sod Mrs. bis ideas and capabilities relative to
Bngtnrn tn the Laat
It le Hereby Ordered, That the ncit ol bln
of the »aid ward, and all pereone imrrreted In
M. J. Chastain, Treas; J. O. Hamaker, tbe conduct of that office? While 1
tha aald estate, appear before thle Court on
Attorney H. L. Holgate, of Klamath R. 8. N. G ; Mrs. Bertha Clopton, L. 8. recognize the fact that tbe office has
Saturday, the .M day of February. i « m . at 10
°7 gaU^’ o'clock A M.. at the Court Room of title Court, 1
Falls, has been in Portland the past N. G; Mary Patterson, R. 8. V. G ; An been greatly modernised and syHcm-
al the ( ourthouee in Klamath Faile, Oregon, i
week, having returned from Echo where nie Hamaker, L. 8. V. G; Myrtle Sim Red, 1 hope if elected that tny Urge •’*uh«nK
then and there to iliow enuae why an order
j ,, with
... the * public
... ” fni»PP
he was assisting in the organization of a mon». W: Anna Langell, C; H. L. .ciop-
Clop experience , in dealing
»bould not be granted lor the »ale of euch real ‘
M ater Users Association. On Tuesday ton, I. G; D. B. Nichols, O. G; Birdie
property.described In *ald petition a> follow»:
| in the transaction of important bus - _ . .. .
he gave an address before the Portland McDonald Chaplain.
.. , , weight of 128.558 pounds. At the An undivided one-eltth Interest In and to
Board of Trade on “Reclamation, its
8t. Louis exposition there are 29 Hl<<*k 45 in the City of Klamath Faile, Oregon, !
The Installation being completed the
crease the efficiency of its service,
Nichole* addition to the town of J
Progress and its Obstacles."
Subordinate then proceeded to install.
American locomotives having an formerly
Klamath Falla, according to the plat of eaid
and to pledge myself, if I aiu favored
New line of watches at Winters’
P. G. Marion Bennett, acting as D. D.
«▼erage weight of 195,239 paunds, a<1diilon duly recorded In the office of the
with the nomination and elected by |
Presbyterian Church.—Sunday school G. M. and J. O. Hamaker. as G. Marsh tbe people, to give the public faith reports the World To-Day. At County Clark ot Klamath County, Oregon.
Dated January 3d. Ira.
with well organized classes for all al, they installed into their respective ful service aud to manage the office Chicago tbe total weight of tbe
GKO. T BALDWIN.
grades, at 10: a. m. Preaching at 11 offices the following: Chas. Y. Pattee, economically. And. too, that every heaviest locomotive was 195,000
l 4 «
a. tn. on “A Wise Petitioner 'Requiring' N.G; John W. Logue, V. G; J. O. ( one doing business with the office pounds. This was criticised for
shall In tbe words of the President •xcessive weight. aDd tbe general
Things of God.” C. E. Service at 6:45
Notice Of Administrate r's Final
p. m. and sermon at 7 :30 on “Common Treas; D. B. Nichols, R. 8. N. G; D. F. I have a “square deal."
» » •
• I m
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m I m
a A m
Ways of Condemning God.” Prayer Driscoll, L. 8. N. G; Levi McDonald,
Nolle, la hereby siren, lhal 1. C. Hutenlr.
: At Rt. Louis tbe average is great edrnlnlatralor ol the Sslaieof John T. Miner,
service at 7:30 Wednesday evening. All W; J. H. Driscoll, C; Jake Rueck, R. 8.
LIGHTENS THEIR LAB0R8. er than tbe heaviest at Chicago, dev-rasro. ba. filed hl. final account ot the ad- *
tbe heaviest being 393,012 pounds mlnl.tratlonot Mid e.lale wlib the clerk ol
Patterson A W. A. Walker, 8. S; W. J. ;
25 per cent off on Ladies Skirts at the
Ihecounly court of Klamath county, Oregon
(light weight engine and tender). and
Bauman, I. G; W, Webber, O. G; L. J.
that .aid court baa appointed lu o’oiock,
This is a mountain climber which A. M., ol Friday, the IStb day ot February,
W. C. Dalton arrived in Klamath
a. lb* time lor hearing ol objection, to
After the Installation ceremonies were
is yet an experiment. Tbe next
Falls Monday evening from Indian Ter completed tbe Rebekahs and Odd Fel
■u« h final account and th. eeltlement thereof.
Thia notice la published by order ot Mid court
ritory, where he and bis family have lows formed and marched out, then re
been visiting relatives for the past turned and placed in order tbe follow-!, pressed his approval o< th« man and there are six others weighing entered January. IS. 190»
Adminlatrator ol the KMate ol John T. Min
sings at his wort, saya Cos- over 200,000 pounds each. Tbe
' month or so. Mrs. Dalton remained in ing line of march making the following I who
total weight of tbe 29 largest loco er I deceased.
ban Francisco for tbe balance of tbe letters I. O. O. F. & F. L. T., which wee j sell's Journal.
A recognition of the fact that motives shown at Ht. Louis is
winter. Mr. Dalton left yesterday loudly applau led by tbe spectators. I
DO YOU KNOW YOU CAN BUY
morning for his ranch near Merrill to Then as there had been noised around work is improved by being per 5,603,425 pounds. The heavieHt
Home8 in Langell and Lost River Valleys
engine at Chicago was exception
look alter bis cattle interests.
that something good could come out of formed tinder cheerful conditions
See the fine dieplsy of Indian Baskets all Isriai, the tables were spread with J has led a certain firm of American al, weighing 26,000 pounds more
Cheaper than elsewhere under the -
at the Novelty Store.
manufacturers to entertain than the next heaviest, which in
a nice lunch with plenty of hot coffee cigar
turn weighed 13,000 ¡>oun<ls more
The little three-months-old son of ■nd tea, which was enjoyed by every j 1 their employes with music.
- - Governmment project of irrigation?
White Pine Cough Syrup I
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Momver Jr. of 153 one. After lunch the tables were |
Every day a performer on the
Third avenue died after a short illness cleared and the crowd enjoyed a social guitar attends at tbe factory, and be fairer to omit the heaviest at
Horehound, Tar and
and was cremated Tuesday morning. hour with singing and instrumental plays and sings to tbe operatives. Rt. Louis as being entirely excep
Wild Cherry Cough Syrup
Rev. E. D. Raley officiated at the funer music. At I a. m. we bid each other
Tbe musician sits in a chair and tional, a sporadic case. We would
al service at the residence and at the adieu and took our selves home, voting
thrums out tbe popular melodies then have the average weight at
I. O. O. F. cemetery. The parents have thanks to the I. O. O. F.
, of tbe day, thus putting tbe work Rt. Louis of 188,176 pounds, as
the sympathy of their friends in their
Telephone news from Royston this ers in the best of spirits.
against an average of 128,558 in
sad bereavement.—The Richmond Ban A. M. announce that there ia about 4)4
Chicago, an increase of about 46|
Little Liver Pills,
ner, S. F.
feet of enow there and that 8. 8. Stiles
per cent. If the Malet compound
25 per cent off on Ladies coate at tbe and another Drummer with Mike Tay-1
is included in the comparison the
lor kre there and succeeded in pulling from time to time, so that all the
increase has tx-en over 50 per
with Jamaica Ginger
At tbe big meeting of the Oregon De their wagon to tbe barn a distance of
. bis music.
velopment League at Portland Friday ■bout luO yards this forenoon.
Some of the cigarmakers are of
Mr. Decker and another Drummer |
and Saturday the following officers were
elected: President, E. L. Smith, Hood left this morning to try their luck on Spanish blood, and at times It
Crown Toilet Cream
The dawn of the new year finds us with al) onr old
land. One measuring four feet long was
River; secretary, Tom Richardson, the mountain but they took a sled, happens that they become so en-
captured la a trap ln Poulawa a few
and many new ones. Each year demonstrates
Portland; vice-presidents, A. Bennett, don’t know how they will make it.
grossed in the music as to cease weeks ago.
Irrigon; Dr. J. T. McCormack. Marsh-
The People’s Store of this place has their ■work. When this occurs the
by the Increase In our trade that our drugs are quality
The Liverpool police have stopped th«
Mehl; George T. Baldwin, Klamath been grinding feed since the wind be- minstrel promptly recalls them practice—common there—-of canvassing
drugs. If It wu not so our trade would not Increase so.
Falls; B. F. Mnlkey, Ashland; 8. H. gan to blow so they could run tbe wind to their duties by “moving on.”
tor the sale of coffins at bouses where
If we did nut furnish pura lirugs we could not count so
mill, it being a 10 foot geared wheel.
The proprietors find the little
It Is expected that the1 expenses at
New line of emblem pins and charms J. O. Hamaker ia miller in Chief.
' innovation entirely beneficial, for Germany's
many new customers.
colony In Southwest Africa
laoo C,b ,A,in’
it prevents the sullenneas and dis will reach over *70,000,000 before the
Wn are going to give you such pure drugs and
Many voters wlro are being registered
, content that proceed from clone present Insurrection is put down.
are not having their political affiliations
"This is a gross case," said a Man
Increasingly good service the coming year, that will merit
confinement and monotonous
recorded, either through their own Ashland Normal
chester magistrate to a prisoner, who
all your trade.
was making his one hundred and forty
ignorance or tbe carelessness of regis
fourth appearance before him for drunk
tering officers, or in some instances
Henry Carter, a former student of
Benefits tnm Voleania Xrnptlona.
through lack of inclination to declare
the Normal visited the school Tues-
it appears that the volcanic
The French army administration is
their politics. It should be borne in
day. Mr. Carter ia now a student at eruptions which devastated Gtia
organizing an extensive automobile train
mind that such will not lie qualified to
service, to be used as oonvoys. The
participate in tbe primary elections the Oregon Agricultural College, Cor- temala last year were really trains are built after the designs of Col.
though it will not interfere with their
Renard, a well-known writer on military
Miss Laura Allen, class of '04 visit- fincas, or plantations, suffered topics.
exercise of the franchise at the June
ed the Normal Tuesday. Miss Allen severely, and so gloomy was the
The British Army and Navy Gazette
asks: “Is it not a sign of racial degen
Aliel Ady has a few small tracts of
New line of Fountain pens at Winters has been teaching at WagnerSprlngs. outlook that many planters «han
eration when our soldiers feel pride In
first class tills marsh lands, which he
The Reclamation Kervice has been
wearing upon their breasts. In the recofi-
funiis in the county treasnrv for the re will well at *10 per acre during the nest
notified that tbe alaitract of tbe An students are back In tbelr old places considered themselves
place for war decoraUons, medals
of al) Klamath County War two weeks, Hee him at once.
keny A Henley canal has lieen accepted ready for work again with several new
on and prior to Juno «
The Merrill (heamr-ry Company have
While the foundations for the London
and all that now remains for Mr. An- j ones among the ranks. The new
1002. Interest on wain« will cease (rum made arrangements with Meles A Ar
derry new municipal technical schools
keny to get his money is for him to at- students
are: Miss Lindley, St. Johns,
mand, of the City Meat Market, to han
tach a voucher to the almtract and for Wash; Maud Harr, Watkins, Ore; away a large proportion of the were being made recently a large num
ber of human skeletons were unearthed.
I>Kt«*<1 at Klamath Falls, Oregon, this dle their butter in Klamath Falls.
ward to the Hecretary of the Interior.
Ada Dlttsworth, Preyton, Ore; J. P.
The place Is near the Royal Bastion,
4th day of January, 1006.
The agreements to purchase the Adams,
Miller, Derby, Ore; Ethel Stratton, them with the noil. In the result where there was heavy fighting during
L. A lva I. kwiw ,
Klamath Canal Company and Carr
the siege In B5S8.
property have been approved but the
efit to the coffee trees and the new
The British war department la
Will Cottrell, Medford.
abstracts have not yet lieen accepted as and
good farming laixl
crop is said to be as large again as
two miles due West ol Klamath Falls at
there are a few details in the perfecting
The Athletic Society met In Pro last year’s. Now the planters velopment of the auto Is diminishing
*10 per acre, Also 265 acres ol my
Work with th»« 'lof'inr in living him
the horse breeding business, the class
of title to be arranged yet.
| fessor VanScoya room Monday. James
tin« proper appliance« (or the ilclt
who did not get their share of of horses demanded for war purpoees la
home ranch at Keno, Oregon. R. A.
r<M)in flsul pan« are here for him and
was elected Captain of the volcanic dust are lamenting their
Neil Brothers started Tuesday morn- Martin
deteriorating, and foreign purchasers
Ing with 238 head of beef cattle lielong- 1
Fine line of wutches, jewelry, etc.
plight and looking forward to are draining the available supply.
CITY DRUG STORK
town team was accepted and the more eruptions as soon as may be.
•ng to J. E. Pelton, for the railroad.
I L. Alva lewis.
I Furniture AND Undertaking
CASKETS AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES
Phone, Store 61
GEO. R. HURN
NEW CROCKERY ANNEX
X 4‘4*4»4*4»4*4*4*4»4*4» 4* 4> 4*4‘4*4*4*4»4*4*4*4»4*3i
* Dinner Sets, Etc.
GEO. T . BALDWIN
Now is the time to buy
Homes in Klamath County
* Under the Government Irrigation Scheme *
Chas. Partee, Manager, Bonanza, Oregon ♦
SPECIALTIES FOR 1906
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