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Every tmin. woman and child In
Vlainaili ixmnly tn send lo reni« «<>
Mra. llcrtliH IWan, llonutixa. Oregon,
who will «end ymi it reel pt for u
aliare In the new church organ. The
ainn Of ten canta I* «mull and will I»-
only a «Innull <n to the chtirvn organ
fund In the way of n «hurt*. Sail»fn<'-
«Ion guaritnh-ed or lite money refund
Uy Order of i'onintlUe*.
Town Tr***MV*r'* Nolle*.
Notice to Creditors.
Kciaie of Auguel F. ilart, tie«
Nollen 1« hereby given by th« miiDr«Ignerl,
1' F. Hogg«, administrator ol th«» e«(at»» of
Augnat F. IIerL de< egged, to the eredllopa of,
and all peraou« having claim« against «aid de«
<«a«t»<|, tn eahlblt litem, with the iiM'eaaary
voucher», within «Is inottih* alter the fleet
pul«l h at Ion «»I Ihls iiolh'w, luthe *al<| admit«
(•irator, al hla maidene« In Laagelt Valley,
• wo mile« Ka«l «»I l^trclla, the «A i » im being the
pla« e |«>r ItanHMtling tile bualnaMOf the salt!
estate, In Klamath « ounty Oregon.
Dated tbl«nnih day <»l January A l> l*M.
T. F. Htjgfe, Admlnialraiur.
<1 Bonney, Attorney lur A lmlnkatraior
THE KLAMATH PROJECT
SPARSELY SETTLED REGION TO
BE TRANSFORMED BY IRRIGATION
Nolle. I. hsraby aivvii that thara ara
(onda Iti Ilia town trva.nry for th* ra-
d»mpUos of th* following warrant« !
No*. I.W, mot. nun. mtM, 110.1, 1307, Notk* of I’xrculoni' I Inal Account.
too*, ihm , mo. 121«. newt. 1207. HIM.
tuv. ino, nwi. imu . IMI, 1.127. 1313.
Noll«*«* 1« h$*ruLy given tliRt llornlio
1314, Uli. I ’l'b IM Bll. 13U, 1317, E. Nmhli and Al«*v. Martin, Jr., rseent-
IM«, IMO, 1322, IM«, IMO. 1331. 133?. ! or« of the lawt will of George W. Ktnltli,
ini, nu, liais, mon, IW. 133*. 1341, I dereflMNl, ha?« Hied their tlhRl aecotint
By E. 1. APPLEGATE. Secretary Klamath Water I,'»era Awaiclall'jn, Klamath Falla, Oregon.
»MS. 134«. 1340, IMO, 1147. 1342. 1 114. i of the adminktration of hin (••tiite with !
1345. IMO, ism . isso. IXM. 1302, 1343.
In southeastern Oregon and north* ieR. home of tbe irritffltors o( Klamath cared for, are doing well. Mr. E. L.
il»(’ County Clrrk of Klamath county,
Interrai ma*** l«uii*ry 4, lOixt.
u a vast interior valley, and they are lhe moat proaper-« Hmith, president of the Oregfrn htate
‘ >rrgnt), and that the Court ha« a|>|N»int* eaau-rn ( C_L.'......_
lutei *t Klarnatb Falla, Orvoon, till* led 10 o'iliH’k, A. M., «>( Monday, Febru | plateau region, cut off from the outside oua farmera, have already |»aid out to Hoard of Horticulture, who viaitwl th«
4tl> <lay <>( January. 1000,
ary 6. 1IMKI, •• the time for bearing of world by mountain latrriere ami arid such companica for water fix) |»er acre valley thia *eaar>n, gav* it aa hi« opinion
J. W. H ikm *«*.
iobjecilona to nit'll rttial account ami lhe expanse* sparsely settled, and until re ami ow n no water. All of these com* that lh« footbill land* are apecially
•«'lllrmvht thereof. Thia notice if |»ub- cently wholly without transportation pani»-s have l**rn porcha»*! hy the gov adapted to apple growing.
prune« and pear* do well alao. The
liwhcd by order of «aid Court entered factlitiea- wonderfully rich in Ila poaai- ernment an I included in the ayatern*
Nolic* to Creditor*.
billtiea and only awaiting the enter
No public lands will I* open for set native wild plum (Prunua mbeordata:
n«*<'rmiM*t ? m , r»o‘>.
prise and capital of man lor it* develop tlement for several year«. Practically occur* in great abundance and reacbea
lloHATlo E. K mi TN AND
« oi I bs I, l.srsbv *«vs«i. «hai Oi, »>n<l-r-l«n*«
ment. Within thia territory and «a-cn- all such lands are now nmler water. it* bigheat development.
h.. Hesn a|>*ol««*«t »'» «hs
A lri . M artin , Ja.,
One of Bur
a.l.nini.iraie, et ths
V4 00 Esecntora of G. \V. Hmith'a will. pving the up|a*r drainage ayatem of the When thoroughly redaime«i and ready bank'* (amoaa plum* ia the re-
ssiats nf Aitan M. IsoiaM. dscsassd. and alt
Klamatli River ia the Klamath Basin in (or cultivation they will l»e subject to ault of a croea between thia wild plum
pe«««*« harin* elalm. againsi .*14 sata*« ar»
which is situated the Klamath Valley homestead entry in small tracts, prob* and a cultivate«! variety. The cultiva I
Notice Of Admlnlatrator'a f inal
h.rsl.) uouas.l to pr-e-io tlo- -am*, vrrtns.t a,
and the tributary, smaller valley of laiat ably not exceeding HO acre«.
tion of the potato haa p«u«ed beyond tire
hy la» rsn',,«**l lo ms at K lama«h Vati«. <*«»
gea. «Uhin ala monlhs Iron, ihe det» ot thl« I i
N«»llcr 1« hereby given. Ibsl J <’. Hulmlr. ' Hivrr.
The whole, including lakes and
With a |»reM*nt |s»pulatiun of leas than experimental atage, the aandy loam ot
administrator n( lhe Kstai« ul John T. Miner. contiguous swamp*, aggregate« als.llt «5 g O0 under lhe project, there ia room for the upland* producing them in great
pa«s<1 January llih. I**
4|r« <«M*u. ha« Olril hl« An«l m (‘mini of the •<!
j 300,<k)U acre*, and has a mean elevation thousands of comfortable hornet, and abundance.
Sugar beet a have been
,.rntt..y m . PON «I b
UBlnlslratlon of said estate with the clerk n
grown experimentally throughout the
A4Mln*atralor ol «h»«a<atool Allan M< Ilon
the cuutiiy emir< of Klamath county, Oregon | of alsiut 42l>0 feet atsive sea level. more than ten times as many ¡»eople.
and (list said court Has appointed io o’rhirk. Nearly all of thia area ia to lie reclaitue«l
The princi|«l industry of the Basin Klamath valley.
Tire percentage oil
M W Kaaaaa. Al«o*n»y lor A.tmlnbiraior
<»f Friday, lhe l(»<h day of February. Rtui irrigated by the government under has l«een and is stork raising, lark of augar i. high aa will lie noted from the !
ISSA •« the lime for hearing of ««hjeritons to
I what i* known a* th* Klamath l'r«>j*ct. transportation facilities making it im* following analyaia made by tire V. S.,
•urh final account and lb? settlement thereof.
. Alxxit half ■>( it con.iat. of tnla and laka l«»Msible to maiket other produce. This Irepartment of Agriculture from beet*
!a the County Court ol iliv Htate of Oregon, ThD notice !• published b) order of said c«»urt
l land* to b* <lr»in.-d and prepar«.! for w ill doobtlesa continm* to l«e ttie leading grown near Klamath Falla:
entered January. 1« l»«i
J (’. IlCTkMlC.
fur Klamath <'«»unit.
Administrator of the K«ta<e of John T Mln ' irritation and cultivation. Th* other Industry for some time to come. About
la the matter of the estate ul (Karl?« Hui Uff.
Average weight of beeta............. 13 01.
' portion i* coin|«wed of foot-hill and 20,000 acres ore now under irrigation,
Sugar in beet«, percent ... .21.7
Ta Addle It Miller Frank A H tiler. Will L
> I aomawhat undulating plain* land* «sov- most of which area is growing alfalfa,
Sugar in juice, per cent.. .
Ftarba. <> I. Rice. K 1». Mire. heirs at law of
Administrator' a Notice
j ered with th» charaeterialic «agebru»li which has lieconir an important feeding
Char Its Nuiler. deceased. an«1 to all other
Coefficient of purity...........
NuGew Is hrfrb) gtvvn that thvCnunly Court
Heirs at law of said det eas« «!, unknown. II any
of lhe great interior i.aain of the «eat. ground not only for atock raised in the
In aome of the more favored localiliea,
f*»t Klamatb County. Oregon, sitting In pro-
•neb there be. sud to all «»thrrs interested in
bate <1l«l «»ti January llih lwv>. spf>ulnt m? at The upland «oil i* mainly a rich *andy , Baain, but for many that ar* driven in notably along Link River at Klamath
•aid estate tlreetlng
•«Imtulstrstor ul lli? sstst? «>( Daniel f'roue
loam of great unifolinity and corn|.*e<l from the great rang«-* tributary. Ths Falla, aome of the more tender fruit*
la the name ul the Mtalr ol Oregon, You and
All persons having claim« largely of dlaintegratvd an<l eroded lava I time ia coming when each farmer will
•orb ef you are hereby called cited and r?
and vegetable« are grown, including
•gainst his estat? will present th?nt to m? on
qw I red to appear la tnr County Court ul the
with an adniiMtur« ot volcanic a.h and raiae aoine good «he k and give it letter peachea, apricot«, grape*, corn and
or l»rh»r* sis months, at F»»rt Klamath, Ore
htate nt Olbgnu, fur the ('«runty ol Klamath
diatomacaoua earth, the latter material care, and the mitnlMT brought in from melon*. During moat aeaaona aquaahe*
g«»n. duly varlfle«! srctir«!lng lo law.
al lbs Court Room thereat at Klamath Fails,
of plant origin (oiu>e<l in th« lo.ttoni of ! the interior range* will lie increa*ed «re raiaed in many place*. Hope do
Dated January IS, ivur.
Rlamatb County. Hiais ul Orrgun. »n Ratur-
Frs«1 P Cronernlller
lhe ancient tea ahi'-h covered the great- many fold, making thia one of the larg- well in *ome place*. The tule landa
day |he I7ih «lav of Februar) A t> I** at t?n
A«lmlnlsirator <>! (hr estate of Daniel Crone •
•*<Gerh In th? h»r«rn<M«n of that da) then an«l miller, drtwssed
' er |>art of the Great Baain and of which eat and Irext ftreding ground* and atock might proluee profitable crop« of cr«n-
there to aliow eauen. It any there br. sb) an
Klamath Valiev i* a northwraterly ex- pn.lucing wtiona <m tin- coaat. Th*
T!._ twrrie*. According to a recent bulletin
J c R dtnnx *. Attorney for Ad ml nletrator.
order of sale «1 ih« real property ot said rs-
I la OS
. tenaion. Buch «oil, charactariatic of fattening quality <>( the (mi au<l the cli of the Department of Agriculture "The
taie.iowiL ths s«>uthwe*t quarter ot south
' many of the ricbeat agricultural region* matic condition, arc particularly favor condition* neceeaary for «ucceaa in cran
•eel quarter of see t Ion »ant (tie west half of
Notice of Final Account.
’he nuetbrast <|uartrr an«l th?
I of the world, including much of Italy able. The geographic |>o»ition make* berry culture are «oil* of a peatty or al
In lhe County Court of the Rtata of Oregon,
qaartrr of th« Mwitheast «piartrr
ami the great plain* of India, ia el- it a splendid dislribuling point.
luvial nature, located at high altitude*
for ibe Count) of Klamath.
all la Tp <1 R ot R A K . W M . containing Iso
I treinely fertile and of la-ting product-
Occupying an intermediate position or in high latitudes and provided with
arras, should uut be ma«le a« praye«l lor In the In the matter of th? estate of Minnie (J. Mar
i iveiM-ea. The lake and tula land* are with reference to the great semi-arid an ample and eaaily available water
pvtttlnn ut Milas <>bru« Uaiu. ad>ainistrat«>r of
Dr. W m Martin administrator of said estate ! made up ol a volcanic «oil containing plain« of the interior nml the more
<b? Said relate «»I said d«*ras*«l
supply and with an eaaily acceaaible
Wltne** Th? H«>u Ge«» T Baldwin, J«tdgr of hailng t!l?d his final account ot his admlnls
much organic mat'er, a vegetable accu- humid coast region with which it is con •tipply of aand." All ot which condi
the < *>«»«•<> « ourt ul th? Mtalr of Oregon f«*r the
I mutation of ages, aud ia of a |>ealty cede«! bv the low Klamath Gap in the tiona are certainly prevent. Several
<ewriiy a< g la math w |<h th? sral ut said < «»urt. that said Court has ap|M»lntrd Maturday. (be
('arcade range of mountain*, the
10th day of February, A D 1BW. at the hour of I nature.
closely allie<l «peciea of berriea occur,
aflted. this Uth ^y af January. A l> Hut
.0 o'clock tn the tn«enn«>n of said day. at the
For a region of high altitude, tlie cli malic condition* are more favorable for and tlie native cranlierry i* found farther
OK«> i'll ANTAlN. < ler k
('«»art Room of said Court In the Town of mate, while cool, i* extremely healthful I agriculture than the greater part of
Ri Qaran RMiva. Deputy
I I* ua
in- north. Experience lias demonatrated
x latnalh Falls. Oregon, as th? time an«! place
and not «ever*. There is rarely any | terior Oregon aixl northern California, that excellent asparagua, onions and
for hearing objertwms to *ai«l account and the
1 winter weather Iwfore the latter part of I Many of the plant* characteristic ol the celery can he grown, the tule lands be
U*Hrtm*nl o< th. tnlrrlur
t'nlimt Mt.t». •eiiletnrni thereof
DM WILLIAM MARTIN
l>»ceinlH-r, and but little u ro weather coast region find their eastern limit in ing very similar to those of the Sacra
lang '»fflee. l^kavlew, Oregon. January IA.
Ailminlslrslor of the estate of Minor G Mar
during the entire winter. The annual the Klamath Basin and fraternise with mento and San Joaquin valley* of Cali
A sndlrlent contest am tavit haring »«evo
l»ai«*d a* Klamath Falls. Oregon. January precipitation ia about 13 inches with
their draert cousins, while several of the fornia, where such vegetables are so
I »th. IWS.
died in this olhir by A It Mead, ' «»ut*»i«ni
little rain «luring the summer month*. forest trees of the north, including the successfully cultivated. Throughout the
against b»>m?«t?a<t rntrv No *ni . made Apr i
Administrator'« Sale of Real Estate. Irrigation ia therefore necessary for the Alaska Cedar, following tlie Cascades. world the reclaimed marshlands are the
IS«b ItOR 1er
*«•* » Tp
Notlrw 1« hereby given, that In pursuance of successful growing of most crops.
SOR R » K W U by J»»hti I ll)»»?«h, < otit«**trr
I meet here other «ptyciea in their north beat Buite.1 for the highest development
la which is Is alleged that John J H)«»rdt, has an order of the Clrrult Court of the Male of
Tlie Klamath Project ia one of the ern march.
of the dairy interests, producing the
**»aoduiii-d said Homestead and not brsn on Oregon f$»r the < «»out) ol Klamath, duly made
The first ««-tilers came into the Rasin best grasses and other forage plants
• nd entered on the ath day of January, ini, moat feasible ««»I ia the lea*t egpenaive
tbe »aad for more than sis months last past
end that said allege I abmur? Iront the land in th«* mat ter of flic estate t»f Jam?« <’. I’rulrk- of any of tlie government project* thus about 35 years ago.
For a nutnl>er of necessary.
• Itattk . <lecea*r<l. the ttn»1rr«lgnr»1. lhe atmln- far undertaken. There ia ail abundance
wa« not «lue to his empi») mriit lu lite Irin«
years farming implements were almost
Doubtleaa tlie introduction of im
Na»), nr Marine Corps of the Cnitr«! Rtatrs a* (•irator of «aid e*tal<*. will on and after the
of water alwive the land, and ample unknown, stock Icing |>asture.I on the proved method- and the careful study
a private soldier, Ulhoer. •« amsn or Marine ttb «lay <<f February. I9*M. ml I al private sal?
I natural reservoir«. By deepening the public lands and a little natural niarsli of the peculiar «oil and climatic condi
during lb? war with Hjwtn, «»r «luring any lor ra»h In haud, aubjecl to the confirmation
of the Court, all the right, title, estate and cut through the broken n*'k ritn of the grass provided for winter feeding, some tions of the different localities will re
Other • sr In • hlch the Coiled Htate* may U
Maul parties <rr hereby not|g«*«l <«* Intervet «•< the «aid Jamr« C <‘rulrkthank. de- Baain at th* point where the Klamath not even doing this.
Flour and other sult in the establishment of many new
appear. rr«(H>n<l an<1 «»ffrr rtldcm'o touching rraeed. at the time of hi« death and all the River enter* the pass through the Caa-
the motin- line* of profitable agriculture not here
right, Hila and interest that th? said relate
•aid aliegaiton at iu o'clock • m ««n March '
cade Mountain*, the water* of the lower tain* by wagon or pack train. Boon tofore undertaken.
ISdI. be f.»re Gv«»rg«' T Hald w In. <*ounty Judge. has l»y ntM*r«tlnn ol law nr otherwise acquired
In n few contemplate* operating an experimental
Ol Klamath Faile, Oregon, (and that filial other or In addition Io lhal of aatd James (•. lake* and swump* can lie drawn off and consideroble rye was grow n.
tea ring • III be ha«l at 10 o’clock a tu. on «'rulekshauk. at th? lime of lila dealh. tn and the laud reclaim*«t. Bid* for the Initial years it was demonstrated that a great farm in connection with the Klamath
to the following described real t>r<»p»-rty. to-
March H ISUU. bafore) the Register and Re
work of the great enterprise have law-n part of the Klamath valley was adapt«*! project which will do much toward de
• Il : N ’tof the NW
and the N % <»l th?
relier al ihr Fu tir« I Ht ales land Gibe? tn Lake
advertixed for. and the system w ill be to the growing of other grains, the only termining the crops adapted to these
Willamette .Meridian, in Oregon, containing e,.mplet)<<l a* rapidly a* the land owners difficulty l>eing the lack of rain during conditions.
The said contestant having. In a pr«q«rr al
I hu acre«.
ran adjust themselves to the new con I some season*. Immense crops of splen
fldavit fll?d Januar> 13. IÄM. t«*t for h fart«
For its development and prosperity
Dated at Klamath Falla, Oregon. January ditions, and excess landa come into the
which show that after dur dl Igrnce |»?rsoiial
did wheat, barley an.I oats are grown the Klamath Basin must have people,
■ i. (i«»ir<.x
service of th!« notice cannot be ma>1e, It I« iwih.iaw
hand« ol |>ersons qualified to perfect a under irrigation.
Klamath county and the right kind of ]>eople at that.
Administrator of the estate ol James ('.
hereby ordered and dircele«! that such u«»llcr
government water right. With the ob wheat, grown without irrigation, took Its great need is intelligent, practical
Vv given b) «lue and proper publiratlon.
ject of making homes for aa many fam the premium at the New Orleans Expo farmer* who understand tlie meaning of
J. N WAYSON.
ilies a* [>o**ible. such right w ill not be sition. The moat in>|xirtant forage crop intensified and diversified farming, men
I'NiTKD RTATKR LANl> OFFIt K. Lakeview,
sold to any one owner for a tract of ia alfalfa, the soil being (w-culiarly who will buy land not for speculative
Oregon. January, t. I wm .
Petition For l.lquor License.
A sofflclent contest affl ltvlt having been land exceeding lW acre* and only to a adapted to it* growth. The hardier purpose* but with tlie idea of clearing
To the Honorable Co«in(y Court. of the
Ille«l tn thia olhre btr (icorg? R Myer«, conirst- resident of lhe irrigation diattict.
All fruit« and vegetable* do well. At pres off the sagebrush and making perman
•Itate nt Oregon, for lhe County of Klamath.
• nt, against homestead entry No. .MAA. made landow tier* being required to sell their
ent there are comparatively few liearing ent and comfortable home*. Such men
We.the undersigned, your petitioner« here
ih iober I. Uirt. for
excess holding*, there ia a large area of orchords, although a few small apple are bound to succeed. There is room
by pray the honorable Count) Court, of Klam
m W%KW% Bee U. Tp is R.. R. 9 K W* M . by
ath Count), Oregon, to grant permission to W'.lliam Morrison Contr«lev, in which II leal- good land for sale at reasonable figures. ■ orchards were plant«*.! alamt 30 years for thousands of them.
C. 1». Willson and F. F. Rtalilmait, (Cndrr the legr«l that the said William Morriaon has prices ranging from about $10 to $25 for I
ago. Since coming into tearing they
With all that nature has supplied,
fir tn name ol Willson A Hiahlman.) tn aril or wholly abandoned said tract, that hr has
unimproved and $20 to $.ai per acre (or have produced abundantly and of ex with all that the Government and the
dispose of spirituous, mail or vinous liquor« changed hl« residence therefrom for more
la !••• quantified than One (I) gallou, at t hr than one year since making sahl entry; that improved land. The purchaser pay« for ceptional quality, with little care and no railroads are furnishing, the coming of
town «1 Bly, In the precinct of Npragitr River, «alii tract 1« not settled upon an«l cultivated the water right at a coat of alsnit $18 |H-r systematic attempt to prevent or erad the actual tiller of the soil and the elim
Klamath County. Oregon, tor a |>rrlod of 7 by said ¿arty as req'¡I red by law; that said acre to l<e pisi.l fur in ten equal annual in-
icate insect or fungua diseases. During ination of the boom spirit would be the
Mentha beginning on the 4th day of April William Morrison ha« left Klamath County
atallmcnta without interest.
This , the last few year* a go.sl many small most important factors in the develop
I. I), !••. for which license to ho so granted, and has been absent iher«»fr<»m for more than
amount* to less than the ordinary animal orchard* have been planted in the ment of the great agricultural resources
we. your petitioner«, will ever pray:
one war last past, aud that said absence
gCIfamakar. M Walter. Jas Ityan. Kdward therefrom 1s not «lue to hi« employment In water rental paid private ditch cotnpan- , Klamath valley and. where properly ot the Klamath Basin.
Aablnson, W W Hmlth. Frank obenrhain, Alex
Anderson. 0 R Farra, W w Finley, I T Ander
ton. J II Rovd, George H Boyd, W T Garrett.
O T Anderson. F.«1 Rloomlngramp, Win l.awry.
Oworge flloomlngcamp, A W Kvaim, FH Moore.
Chat Killoiit. Clyde Martin. A Ixmnard. W F
Crawford. J R Walls. J k Freeman. Il P Court-
«right. 11 Offenbacber. T J Hmlth. Amos
l.nndy, John Kappc’, Martin Perry. Albert
Walker. J o Watts. I. LGrlffin. J A Well«. W H
gnldur. Thomas G Dena
Notice la hereby given that the undersigned,
will on or before the Tlh day of March A. I>.
ItOa. present this our |»etl(lon. praying for a
retail liquor license as prayed for therein, and
vary rrs|»ert(uIly request thst same I m « granted
aa prayed for. To, the honorable County
Court lor Klamath County, and State of Ore
Willson A Htablman,
Ry C D. Willson.
th«« Army, Navy, or Marine Corps ot the
United •tales, cither as a soldier, sailor, of
ficer or marlite In any war in which lhe
Unit«'«! Htate« ntay have been engage«!. Hald
parties are hereby notlfb l toappear, respotul
ami offer evidence toiiuhlng »aid allegation al
10o'clock a. in. on February 24. HWI, tiefore
Geo Chastain, County Clerk ol Klamath
('ounty, at Klamath Falla, Oregon, (and (hat
final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. in.
on March lo, IMM. before) tin« Register and Re
ceiver a*, the United Htatea Land Office in
Th«* said contestant ha\ Ing. In a proper af
fidavit, filed January A, 1906, set forth fact-
whirl) show that after due diligence personal
•crvlcc of this notice ran not t»e made, Il I b
hereby ordered and directed that sin h notice
be given by due and proper publication.
1 IN on
J. N. Watson, Register.
Now is the time to buy
Homes in Klamath County
* Chas. Pattee, Manager,
Cheaper than elsewhere under the
Gorernmment project of irrigationi
with or without
We keep the finest
lot of horses In the
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
H. W. STRAW, Proprietor
M rs . M. M c M illan , Prop’r.
73 rooms and suites
Sample Rooms, Bar Room, Parlors, Two Club
Rooms, Etc., Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
Ft". O. Smith, Proprietor,
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Official Newspaper of
Klamath County and
Leading Journal of the
Interior Oregon Country
The Largest Circulation
and the Best Medium for
Reaching a Prosperous
and Trading Public
The Republican fights no man but prints
all the news as It occurs
good or bad
try to please by doing everything
just as well as we know how
LA \J N D R Y
NOW IN OPERATION
All kinds of laundry finished in a
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Waler 1'« mile weat Alffomah
M. H. Burkhalter,
R O. Johnson,
KLAMATH LAKE RAILROAD CO
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Homes in Langell and Lost River Valleys
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IN KFFKCT MAY
DO YOU KNOW YOU CAN BUY
McCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD
Upton and Bartle
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FIRST CLASS MANNER
D. B. CAMPBELL, PROP’R.
Under the Government Irrigation Scheme
Lhe Most Feasible and the Least Expensive of Any of
the Irrigation Projects Undertaken By the United
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Leave Klamath Spi Inga
Arrive Fall Creek
Hervey Lindley President,
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LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES
KLAMATH FALLS AND MERRILL
Largest and Best Equipped Stables in Southern Oregon
TOURIST'S TRADE A SPECIALTY
C. *r. OLIVER, Proprietor
Midway Feed Stables
Good quarters and best of care at
Driving Teams are Specially Kept for the Public.
HEADQUARTERS FOR CITY DRAY
Walter Alfiryilt?, Proprietor