Catalogue Houses Have New Scheme. A« practically all of the l«nks of de praiit in ll>« country ar« now under either »tai« or government supervision, it seems ijiiii« likely that llin authori ties will tak« nigniAancu ol ilia naw move mi th«- |«»rt of Sears, Roehm k A i ami place the firm under th« sama ■ reetriclbme aa ar« llie regular banking institutions. Aa a mean« of meeting thia new scheme, It ia auggeale.1 that country merchants do tlwir best tn find wlii.-h ■4 their luatomera use thia new plan ami «hen they ask for time on their pur- chaae», deal w iih them in the manner which ordinary bualuess sense demands. The fight against th« mail order houses l,y the retail merchants la going merrily along and ia bearing Iruil «very day and thia latest scheme show« to what ««tent the catalogue concerns are living driven in their efforts to retain the trade which they have draun from its legitimate channel.—St. Lima Fur niture Journal. The latest schema of th« big catalogue house, ia to offer pi pay farmers 7 pci cent |wr annum on all inolisy depnai r<l an alluring rale, which loll will un doubtedly attract many of the unsus pecting. Heers, Roebuck A Co., of Chicago, is MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r. th« concern h I ik T i i, now making this offer, which I.as all of the ear marks ol Modern iinprovnmt'iitA. 73 room* untl miitvM. J a clever means of increasing ita business Sninplo llootttH, Bur Room, I'arlom, Two Club j with the farmer, aa well as to gel Room h , Etc., Etc. i around III« new Chicago rule to charge exchange on all out of town check», the Inletsiai« Grocer. : > SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS > J »aye The rate offered ia one that no liank can or «ill offer ami a rale which no concern ol the sixe ol Hear», Roebuck A Co., would |«y in the ordinarv course provided llie money «as needed to car ry on business according to usual methods. The ordinary rates charged by Chi NOT FOR cago banks at the present time, is from CHAMBERLAIN filo S', per cent « here the risk is such aa would bo consistent with good tank ing usages. A concern with the finan RorscvaH Did Not Say II« f av cial rating <4 bears, R.wl>u<k A Co., ored him of Klamath Falls, wholesales and retails all kinds would have no difficulty in obtaining money at the lower figure or even less of lumber, from one stick to a carload. Over a Direct from the White llonae at Tlie calal'gur liooses alwaya adver quarter of a million feet on hands* > > > > > tise that they can sell go>»la cheap be Washington cornea a plain, Hat, com cause they buy in large quantities ami plete denial of tin.* claim of Dem<a:ralic We Have Purchased the obtain low prices, but in thia instance campaign managers that President they are making a Ind to th« farmer Roosevelt desire« th« re-election of a CRESCENT SASH AND DOOR FACTORY winch Is a direct contradiction to tlieir Democratic Governor in Oregon. The aaaertion that the President de advertised policy. which is being fully equipped with all modern They claim that they handle tlieir sired such a result «¡a made in a cam machinery and skilled workmen and are prepared goals on a remarkably small margin ol paign document i»»ueil from the !>emo- profit«, loll they turn in an offer to |>ay cratic heaiiqnartera ami puhh-hed in to make anything from a clothespin to the finest three limes «hat a sound Imnk would nearly all the liemocratic newspapers cabinet at reasonable prices. >>>>>> offrr tor certificates <4 de|iosit and fully in Oregon. T..e White House. Washington, May live times «hat any <4 the Chicago Prompt nett. Courtesy, Reasonable Pricts and Good Workmanship 7, 100B.— My Dear Sir: I am in receipt Iranka would pay on checking balances. A feature <4 llie achem« is that Hears. ot your letter of the 1st instant inclos will ever be our aim. Roelui. k A Co. do not trust the farmer ing clipping from the Register, pub al all, but compel him to pay cash for lished in your county, containing the Outside orders given prompt attention. what lie buys, but they ask the latrner folio« ing statement alleged to have T«4«phone J Al, been ma<le by the President: to trust them «ith Ills savings. txtks at th« f actory. “1 have no very exalted opinion of This rals of interest, 7 |ier cent, is the Ingliest legal rate allowed by the the Oregon wing of the Republican stale ol Illinois ami shows to «list ex party. I Mieve the re election of Ore tent the mail order housea «ill go to get gon's present Governor «ill be a good j thing for the people of your alate, anti bnslix-sa. Il is very clear to anyone who takes that eventually it «ill not injure the time to look into the p an that it is Republican party in Oregon." You are authorised to say that this purely a achem« to get hold of the . larmer'a money and then work him up statement ia an unqualified falsehood, | io turning it over to the catalogue house without any foundation whatever in lor g'««l» lie can buy at home on Iwltcr (act. The President baa not been asked J terms than from llie faraway mail order to express and has not expressed any opinion of any kind or suit about the I house. Oregon. Il looks a» though the plan might be Gubernatorial election in Thanking you fur calling the matter to followed l»y a < tally report on each ■nan's l«lance and a letter to llie rle- my attention, I am, sincerely yours. Wa. Loan, J k ., : l-i-itor telling him that there was a All kinds of laundry finished in a Secretary Io the President. I certain amount to his crwljt, for which Mr. E. II. Flagg, editor Oregon Mist, I the catalogue house would well him a FIRST CLASS MANNER St. Helena, Or. h iggi ami a set of harness, worth tw ce (?) tlw amount of the deposit in con D. B. CAMPBELL. PROP'R. For Sale—One fi-vear old full blooded I sideration of relinquishing Ins right to R -I Poll cow and one tt-months old 1 OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO • the money on deposit. heifer. Call at the Boston Store. Lakeside Inn, Patronize Home Industry East Klamath Falls Tracts 5 For an inv«*Htmont. acreage for fruit, garden, farming or a home, it Hhouid be the aim of every purchaser to Heiect the best location, obtain the best land and look to the cer tain effect of the complete development of the irrigation project upon the growth of Klamath Falls. Conservative men whose individual succour is the best evidence of their foresight predict that Klamath Falls will have a popula tion of from 20,000 to 35.000 within six years. TiThe trade centers of all irrigated districts build in the di rection of the territory from which their sup|»ort is de rived. ^E ighteen H undred A cres of splendid land to select from, of which F ourteen H undred A cres is situated under the main canal and is signed up with the Klamath Water Users’ Association. The Long Lake Lumber Company SMALL WATERFRONT. FARMS. Manufacturing institutions in search Five acres devoted to intensive cul of locations where frontage on Lake tivation, under irrigation, is said to be Ewauna an to the Klamath River is de ample for the support of a family and sired can secure advantageous sites on twenty acres properly tilled will make the E ast K lamath F alls T racts . its owner independent Ir respective of electric and steam trans portation development waterways are E art K lamath F alls T racts offer in many lines of manufacturing an the best opportunity for those wanting economic necessity. small farms adjacent to town. GETTY & HIGGINS, Props Blocks and L/Ots. The splendid alfalfa field just East of the Fair Grounds, exactly a half mile from the present limits of the town and in a direct line to the valley, under the main canal, is of fered in blocks, size 400x260 feet, with 60-foot streets and 20-ioot alleys, and in larger blocks, 700x260 ft, containing respectively 16 and 28 lots to the block. FALLS PRICE OF BLOCKS. $800.00, $1,000,00 and $1.600.00 NOW IN OPERATION PRICE OF LOTS FROH $80.00 to $150.00 This property is on the market and for sale in tracts to suit the needs of purchasers by FRANK IRA WHITE. r n KLAMATH LOANS INFORMATION COMMERCIAL are wanted by the farm ers of the Klamath Basin to meet the requirements of the great development of this region. We can place money at 8, 9 and 10 per cent on first mort- farm loans, abso- secure. We have money to lend but can not satisfy our applica tions >>>.«*> of every kind about the Klamath country will be furnished on request AGENCY. LOANS, INVESTMENTS, BONDS. WARRANTS, MORTGAGES, RATINGS, REPORTS, COLLECTIONS, INSURANCE, RENTALS INFORMATION, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES V k k We make financial re ports and give commer cial ratings. Find out what kind of men you are about to deal with. Our reports are reliable for we make that our busi ness. Care and time giv en to each as if we were putting our money in. ABSTRACTS. Abandoned h o m e - steads of fraudulent and negligent entrymen are open to contest. This is the only way to get gov ernment land under the government ditches. Give this a thought and let our experts put / jj next. Our entire capital stock is behind our abstracts. Every abstract is exam ined by two competnet attorneys before leaving the office. This may save you money. Our charges are reasonable. KLAMATH COMMERCIAL AGENCY. Incorporated Under the Lam of the State of Oregon. l'HKHiurNT—C. L. PARRISH, bun Francisco, (’al. Capital Stock $50,000.00 M a NAUR*-ROY IIAMAKAR. Fully Subscribed. r-RTRKTARv—HII.KK HTEIHNGER. Our Warranty I g behind every proposi tion we make. Arromar-II. L. IIOtGATE, Formerly Attorney United States Keilainnt ion Servi««. Formerly Engineer U. H. Service. M anaiikk M khkii . i . K raxcii — I». W. HOLGATE. » SUMMER OUTINGS. BONANZA. This town lies at the junction of three large and will be furnished to 6 qm > o acres in these valleys are under the government those who wish to irrigation system. Bonanza is certain to become an im About portant business center and those who invest there now can feel assured of very profitable returns. When improve ments now under way are completed we will be better equipped for our business than any similar concern in the state outside of Portland. Klamath Falls, Ore. Representation in New York. Wash ington, II. Portland, San Frau dem, U m Angelet ami other cilice. Ï Our offices are at the corner of Third and Main Streets in Klamath Falls, Ore gon. AGENCY E xii I xkrr — M. D. WILLIAMS, fertile valleys — Langells, Poe and Yonna. for business ventures. Most purchasers want small farms. This is good for the country. It is good for the man with land to sell, too, for he can get better prices. We will do the engineer ing, advertising and selling > > > > js HOMESTEADS. KLAMATH PavainaxT—D. V. KUYKENDALL, Attorney Klamath Water Veera As sociation. Correct information investigate this field RATINGS and REPORTS OFFICERS : REAL ESTATE, ABSTRACTS, TIMBER LANDS, SWAMP LANDS. FARM LANDS, TOWN LOTS, HOMESTEADS, TIMBER CLAIMS, ENGINEERING, MAPS, TOWNSITES, POWERSITES, MILLSITES. Send your name for a copy of our circulars and other information pub lished by local author ities and the United States >>>>>> SUBDIVIDE TO SELL. For Factories will be es information regarding business property, residence lots, pecially welcomed. and acre tracts, call at our offices or write. Great forests and lakes, 4000 to 8000 feet above sea level, w ith that scen ic wonder, Crater Lake, as the central attraction, will tempt many to visit Klamath County this coming summer. We will prepare itinery, select camps, cooks, out fit etc., for parties. MERRILL. Ten thousand acres of alfalfa fields now surround the town. One hundred thousand acres under gov ernment irrigation, project now building, will contrib We maintain a branch at Merrill, Oregon, and will soon open one at Bonanza. ute to the growth and permanent properity of Merrill. Good school, churches, banks starting, creamery, flour mill, etc. erty, prices, Business and residence lots, altd acre prop Buy now, Write or call for information and >>>>>>>«* > > > WE HAVEN’T ENOUGH SPACE To tell you about Klam ath Falls. You ought to come and see it.