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Bonanza Improvement Co.
CHARLES V. GALLOWAY W. C. HAWLEY S SPEECH
Nee Adv lor marsh land*.
\ ambili County
the country today t 'Die railroad rut«»
For a heme see I., Jaeolis.
(pK-atioii, The trust mid monopoly ques-
For lol* in Ronans* see E. B. Hall.
lion, Tbe tariff queMioii.
All kinds of soft drinks at Manning’s.
It 'oeciidt bus just touglit and won in
Buy a home in South Klamath Kalis.
bvlialf oi the Anierican |w*o|»la n great
ti.lit, the pa-sing of ilia railroad rate
Water was turned into the Ankeny
' ditch last Saturday.
I'll* Republican party ha« ndvocaicd
C1’ ice Uno of Utifars at Frank E.
tariff |w»licy ail through, but on the
other timid do not regard it as a «Acred
Mrs. W. Ivos* Boyd of laikeview is
tiling that may not lie cliaugtxi when
visiting her sister Mr«. I.. B. Vaden.
tini«' prove* that it is defective in cer
For '-al«»—Cheap, a 12 foot »how case.
tain pm la. A .cliedule tliiit w as right
some «e.irs ago may l>«> wrong now, mid
We have it. Th«» B«Mt-Bed Spring on
if so, should lw «'hanged.
earth. Virgil and Son.
Taking up th«« rate question, iu ISSA
tl««» Senate appointed a committee to tn-1
Miss Edith Woodbury of Portland is
le.tigAte railroad rates. The Republi
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury of this
can party baa been aiding nil kinJ» of
intervals and all kinds of organisations
Now is the time to buy Bonansa pn<p-
that linve had for lltuir pitrfwaM or as a I
u :, B m I ■ 1' Hall.
result of their lalsirs. the development I
Tli«> Worden building, adjoining L. F. Democratic Nominee, Repre of the country. The Government lias
ol all kinds. Call and see me.
Willits, has Iwn uam«xl by the Major
sentative in Congress.
sidl'd railroad* bv giving tbeni tbe right
th«' Emm* Block.
of etnineiil domain, graula of laud, ami
The Lakeside Inn Bar. C. Ros* An
in other wavs. Ttua power baa been .
derson for an Optimo «liger.
abused. About eight millions of the I
people of the United States d«<|ieiid up-
Work is progressing rapidly on the
The Merrill branch of the Klamath «>n the earuing* oi th* railroad. The
building for the American Bank and
County I .ink will open ior biisille»« to-, railroads hav* »Imut on«'tenth ol Hie
morrow morning. IN'arl Merrill will wealth, and they support about otic-
South Klamath Falls will be the
have charge of the institution as assist tenth »1 the people. The entire rail
ident district. See I,. Jacobs.
ant cashier. He and Alex. Martin, lr.,
There will be no service« in the Cath left this city Wednesday morning for road situation of tlio 1'tiiled States is in ,
the hands of some ciulil incii. Now,
olic Church next Sunday, owing to the
Merrill to Complete the final details pre
absence of Father Feusi from the city. paratory to opening tor business. For alien the Government ta'gan aiding tbe
railroads, they could not »«•«' that they |
Weinhards Celebrated Lager Beer th«'present tbe bank will be located in would combine into great systems, and
on draught at the Central.
Martin’s store, but as soon as the now that indirectly they would give eight or
For Sale—Household furniture. At t»uik building is completed, the busi teu men control ol the whole industrial
residence of Alex Martin. Call at any new will be transferred to the new situation of the United State*. The ’
eoniniitte«'appor t«si in 1SS4 re|>orted,
It is needless to say that it will be and made one of the licet report* ever
Bananas, oranges and lemons—frosh—
well patronised. The very fact that it made by a committee, and the Inter
Frank Ira White, who is handling the is a part ol the pioneer I'auk of Klam statu Commerce C<>uiiuia*ion «as the
East Klamath Falls tracts, has his office ath county is u sufficient guarantee of result of that report. In l*U0 th«' Ke- ,
in the Emma block. His office phone is its responsibility, for the name of Mar publican party introilmiMl the Sherman
tin is syuonymoua with that which goes anti trust law. Mr. Harrison executed
No. H Alert cast conk stove
to make a safe and honestly managed the law in four instance«, but when
No. *-IS Toledo steel range
Have you seen that second hand financial institution. Mr. Merrill, who
Watigcnitlia Barb Wiie, per cwt
parlor suit at the Bridge Second Hand will be at the heal of this branch, is President Cleveland camo into |siw«r, !
* It Marr wind mills
i he doubted the w nalotn of the law a* to I
12 in. Syracuse chiliad plows
a man well known in this locality. Kiel its validity, and he refused to execute
60 tooth steel lever barrows .
Major Worden is erecting a building courteous and gentlemanly bearing will tbe law. Now, I say that when a man
improved White «ewiiig mat bine.
on his property adjoining the Lakeside surely make the Merrill l ank a popular takes an office in the United States, he
Inn. which h« expects to occupy as an oue. and thorough knowledge of busi is a servant of tl.e people, and it ia hi*
Everything el«- in th- Hardware line at reduced prices
Vail and luveetigalc Goods ami prie«*.
ness assures a careful and systematic duty to enforce the law* upon th«»
Choice locations can be securtsl in Bo conduct of affairs.
statute looks, whether be doubt* their
nansa if vov buy now. E. B. Hall, Gen
wisdom or nut. Mr. McKinley ami Mr.
Roosevelt enforced the law in seventeen
Call and see our new style ladies' Ashland Normal
astride saddles at the I.inkviUe Saddlery
Trust* have been foatcred not by a
The Athena Literary Society met Fri high protective tariff but by unjust dis
E. R. Rcames is having plans prepar day afternoon for the purpose of elect crimination in railroad rates in their
ed for another story to his business ing officers for the ensuing year. The favor by the railroads. Tbe bill r«*ecut'
block. The work will be done by officers electe»! were, l’ri'S. Maude ly passed will cure this evil. Th«» Ar
Rippey. Vice-president, Edith McCune, mour Packing Company was able to1
A. M. Taylor.
F or R ent —Two nice furnished front Sec. Lillian Kaiser, Treaa. Mae Ander drive all eom|>etit<>r* out of the field by
getting a rate from the railroads that I
rooms tor light housekeeping.—Mrs. W. son, Sargeant at Arms, Alice Fox.
enabled them to so undersell tbcireoni-|
Mrs. ifubbs, Misses McNeil and Down petitora and to force them out of busi
Icecream at A. J. Manning’s every ing visited the Normal one day tins ness, hence the Armour Company a*
day. Will guarantee it to be good.
in control of the situation, and were
Miss Opal Wilkin« of Portland is visit
Tuesday, the student* were surprised abiu to charge the highest pr.ee for
ing her sister, Mrs. Woodbury. She to hear that Mi«« Minear mid Mr. An dresswl meat, and pay the lowest price
ex ¡wets to spend the summer here and derson were married at Jacksonville. for cattle.
enjoy our ideal climate.
Now, a wool a* to immicr m n. I
Mis* .Minear ha* been * student in ths
Small tract* of well locate,! tule marsh M umc department and Mr. Anderson is ain le-ar tdy in lai or ol a strict imi.
lands offered for one week at $2U per a member of the Junior class. The gration law . We niu>t Lave p
students extend their hearty congratu need a law that will result in l'iink.i,'
acre. Abel Ady.
the l»-st of tbe wurld to America and
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Merrill left this lations.
the worst. We have all the eritni-
city e-lr.vs-lay for Merrill, where Mr.
Erol. VanScov will ot.'n a »'lrnrner
Merrill assura«^ his duties as assistant school, from June 27 until Aug. H. Tbe | j nal* we want in this country ami the
Cashier of the new Merrill Bank.
school will !>e held in Chautauqua grove I 'loor should l>e barred. The place to re-
■ strict immigration ia in the oi l country
I Weinhards Celebrated Lager Beer and all subjects required for state and
| l-eloru they come here. Instead of alter i
on draught at tbe Central.
i they arrive. America welcomes any
Go to A. J. Manning’s for pipe*, sta I Tbe teacher* w bo attend will also have i man or Issly of men capable <>f Iving
tionery, cutlery, notions, etc.
! absorbed ami made a part of the l««ly
John Mtilkev, who has la-en living In liolitic. Tbe sifting should be done in i
Judge John S. Orr of Reno, Nevada,
at rived here Tuesday. Hi* visit at this Redlands, Calif., for some time, has re Europe uiid not m Castle Garden. Only J
time is due to the serious illness of hi* turned.
the class that make goasl Anierican 1
| brother. M. F. Orr of Loreila.
Mis* Kaiser «nd Mrs. Clark gave a citlxen* should be edmitu d. We re ed
The Merrill creamery is offered for farewell party Thursday evening, in them, but when coolies oome in large 1
4 ! sale. Enqnire of Gus Newbury, Jack- [ honor of Miss Walker, who has been numbt'r* and tbe scum of Eurnp«* knock |
visiting Miss Kaiser. The evening was for admittance, then the doors must lie I
We will make you any kind of a sa<l-1 sjient in social games. Refreshments I barred.
Of my competitor for this office, I I
I die, satisfaction guaranteed.— I-inkville were served. Those present were,
i haddlery Co.
Misses Mabel Cmnpla-ll, Jessie Wilson, have nothing to say. but what is kindly i
of bitn. He is a nice young man. I|
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Wilkins of Port- Ida Robinson, Ethel Corbin, Vora
know his father and mother. He is a i
i land are here in the interest of the Pa- .
and he must line up for1
I cific Monthly. Mr. Wilkins i* a brother
democratic policies. Il yon elect a!
' of Mrs. Woodbury, of whom he and bi* ban Kaiser, Armed* Kaiser, and Mes-
dames Moore, Mellinger, Singleton, democrat to tbe Senate and it democrat I
. wife are guest*.
to the House, you must do it with the |
Bissell, Steven*, Clark.
The t-akeslde Inn liar. C. Ross An
full knowledge that they will line up
derson for High grade Wines, Li
Friday evening, May 25th. Tbe follow for democratic [mliciea.
quors and Cigars.
In closing, 1 want to make an appeal
ing program w ill lie given :
Always a fresh stock of candies at
the republican* of this county to
Solo.............................................. C. Burke i
; A. J. Manning’s.
Oration.................................. F. Peterson' stand loyally by the party's nominee*.
J. II. RICE, Manager
Capt. A. H. McIntyre returned from I . > ...................................... <Hartley They were placed on the ticket, not at
' Portland this week to resume hi* duties Recitation............................. W. Herndon the la-heat of any click, (action or boss,
Finest Fishing in Southern Oregon. Boats, Teams
. with the Klamath I-ake Navigation Song...................................... .Quartette not by any manipulated convention, but I
company. The Captain wa* accompen-
and Saddle Horses for Tourist«. Will Furnish
Debete—Resolved that the policy of
majority of the |>eo]>le. Majorities must |
i ied by Mr*. McIntyre.
National exj/ansion is wrong.
Guides. Will take you to Crater Lake and
Cigar* and tobacco of all grades at Affirmative
Negative rule, and though you may have I micii 1
points. Board by day, week or month
A. J. Manning’s.
O. B. Newton
to the successful man that loyal supjsirt |
The new building being erected by ■
CALL ON RICE ÄT THE LODGE
Clarence Benedict that you would a*k from bi* friend* had i
, Mr. Kelsey opposite the American ho- Leonard Smith
your choice won. That i* only fair, |
I tel is being pushed a* fast a* possible.'
that is only honorable. By so lining
The demand for store room« is so great , Monday morning, I’rof. Mulkey read
that Mr. Kelsey is anxioti* to have hi* and discussed an article entitled, "How '
protect the interest* that are nearest to
to Be Popular."
i block ready for bis tenant.
your v ellsre.
Weinhards Celebrated Lager Deer | Tue«d«y morning, the English Litera
l on draught st the Central.
A Fireman's benefit ball will lx> given
Jacob Rneck, republican candidate let. Prof. VanScoy also read an inter- in Houston** o|iera house, Merrill,
lor county commi«*ioner wa* in the city
Thursday evening, May 31st. Good
, yesterday, on hi* way to the Fort. He ing."
music and a pleasant evening awaits all.
Wednesday morning, B. F. Van Dyke
report* hi* fences in excellent condition
a graduate of Portland University,
and 1* sure of success.
We have a few of those Standard talked to the student* alsmt missionary
Best invoHtmont you can mako is in Merrill property
Ranges left yet, at the Bridge Fecon'l work in India. Rev. Van Dyke ha*
la-en * mishtonary in Southeastern Asia
ut provuiling pricos..........
for several year*. He bus been connect
Why don’t yon buy your whips at the
ed with a larg«i Anglo-Chinese school lo
I.inkville Saddlery Co. Just received a
cated at Singapore. This school has
large stock direct from the factory, the
Refiidcnco property—$1.50 to $1 per front foot
one thousand siiident* enrolled. The
only place where you get your money’*
BusincMH property—$10 to $15 per front foot
city is very cosmopolitan. It is said
that thirty nine different language* *re
K. A. Emmett, republican candidate *poken among tbe atudenta. There are
I for county judge was in tbe city this also two or three school* for girl* in
FITCH 4 SPENCER
week in tl.e interest of hi* candidacy. Singa|>ore. These student* are very in
' Bob is putting up a fight that is surpris telligent, lifting e-js-cially proficient in
ing hi* most ardent admirer*, and it is music. Teacher* are in demand and
admitted he will lie elected by the big the work 1« very interesting, ltev. Van
Ba i gain*.
gest majority ever given a candidate Dyke also told several incident* of his
Notice is hereby given tleit anyone
Having n large Block ol vehicle* to rn-
guilty of di e barging firenrins on the
for this office.
life in a Chinese settlement, which was
rive coon and being crowded for room I property owned by the undersigned,
located in the center of the Bciigai-tiger
otter .|H*ciai price, on all l ai in and i ami bunted on the north and noittli side
Spring wagon* that are in Block at pres i of Link liver, will lie prosecuted to llio
I want 200 head of work horses, 1100
ent ; will cave yon Irom *5 to | 20 on full extent of the law.
Thursday morning, Prof. M«dlinger
Kiifiis H. Moore,
to 1**1 and up, fairly well broke. Frank gave the student* a talk on the graniieur
every vehicle. Baldwin, the Hardware
Klamath Canal Company,
Adame, Mend], Ora.
and Vehicle Dealer.
ol the earth, the sun and all the planet*.
j Furniture ÄN0 Undertaking
THE HAMAKAR BUILDING
On May i st the plat of the Bowne addi
tion to Bonanza was placed on the mar
ket, and since then General Agent E. B.
Hall has sold 100 lots, ranging in price
from ijo to $100. The low' price and
easy terms makes this a desirable in
vestment, and now is the time to make
your selection and procure choice locations
BIS! ÍOI »’S I M.OCK
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
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BRICK STORE CO.’S
Retiring From Business Sale
We have reduced the prices on all
class of goods, including
Ladies Dress Goods,
Trimmings of all kinds,
Mens and Boys Clothing-, »
Hats and Caps,
We have filled in on all goods we were short on
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When you are in need of SHOES, that you
will find a complete line at WILLITS, and
at prices that defy competition.
When in need of CLOTHES that have fit
style and workmanship, at Prices to suit
your Pocketbook, you will find them at
L. F. WILLITS
Agent to His Majesty, the American Gentleman,
for first class goods
Items of Information
Crown Toilet Cream >s the f>est for chapped hands, sore lips or any
roughness of the skin. A good thing to use on the face after shaving
Syrup of White Pine Co. is the best for spring colds, hoarseness
and sore throat
Waterman's Ideal is. the best Fountain Pen on earth
Qunther’s Chocolates are pure and delicious
DRUG AND STATIONERY STORE
Fresh Candies and Bon Bons, Stationery,
Notions, Cigars and Tobacco
Fresh I^vtilf In Reason
Main Street near Postoffice
A Few Prices at
HERN’S HARDWARE STORE
GEO. R. HURN
in the heart of the
Klamath Commercial Agency
Klamath Falls, Oregon