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KLAMATH REPUBLICAN '
Al Tlirall, t'allf., thè rate» fot Storage
XXctbod la Zl« L ju • ct »'Ml«
a» «doptol by thè Southern Pwcffi«
'.aid Cf ty a Ttxr i >'
It.iilw ay t'.Mii|u«iiy w ili g>>v>*rii. At IN»
E. J. MURRAY. Editor
Klamath l ake Railroad 1’ompany,
kegau.a. Ole , frelglit «ili lw »torci sìa
E 1' Aldsrtt, Gen. Mgr.
dai • I iv«. o( «-barge. Alter «la dai» a
• A f 3 nix« l.img lit the city, who
S liediile of might rates lu ««fleet Storage . barge >d mie ceni |»'r 1«M> II«..
nciaa.mitll- | oe» I to the cmmiry lor
I lor cadi day tliat ««id freighl rviuain»
a usy « r two. came back from a recent June I, llkki.
All freight, r«gndleaaof cKasitk'ation, In thè warvhmiae «ili 1» Iliade, thè
.> aim * brand nvw mompilto rem-
TWO DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
<«./, «ais the Aialv«aion News "You in either direction I k 'I wvwn Thrall, Cal. alsive «ix dava to I h . esclusive ol Ilio
can talk alwrut your «cveen* ou lh« cts and IN.kegama, Oregon, in I»»» than ear- day» of reevi pi and delivery, Huuday*
tern« an.l huy the best bars for your load lot». 35 cents |>er cwt. On »11 car- und legai lioliday».
Klamath Falls, Ore., Thursday, July 5 1906
bed. but I r.m her» to tell you that load lots, regardless of classification in
five miles from town, with
[ there Is nothing like new mown hair
either direction, iwtweeu the als.ve rato wili ho Ilio «amo a» th.we of Ilio
farmers. This machine is IS-horse pow-
improvements, $25 per acre.
have just been ep in the country, teriminal», 25.evnt» per 100 ¡siund«, ex Southern l'ari tic Railwav Company al
k'l AlATHUil : er with a'Jteinch cylinder and was pwr-
cepting all carload lots of sugar and Tlitrll. Cai.
^LAl IA 1 n UV. f|,awi| from F. W. Broadsword, who
160-Acre Tract of very choice new land,
fleas on a common cur, and after vain salt, from Thrall to ifokegama, billed
l'pon thè order of consiglimi freighl
represent« the J. I. Ca»e thrvshing nta- ly trying to sleep in the hous«. I got prior to Bepteiul«r let, I’.Ml, 15 cents
will lie loraanlcd to politi» west of l'o.
Klamnath Falls, Or., June 22,
|«hiae eontpaay ot Ifortland.
up rnd went out onto a pile ot u«w per 100 pounds minimum 30,000. On legatila at a eliarge of 25 ceni» fot eaeli
Medford Daily Tribune »—The trip
c6o Acres of the very best l and in Klamath
T. J. Olfi«l«l an«l postma«ter Ander- hay and slept soundly the n-st of th« sugar and »alt billed after September let •hipment. Tlii» forwardingeliarge dows
#om the main line ot the Soutlwrn Pa- 'son of Merrill w«'rr hvreditring the week night I was In the open without any
with water rijtht on same sufficient to
HAW, 25 cent« |>er 100 p winds.
noi apply «bere freighter» prese ni
♦ifi« railroad 1« the now wrach talked of renewing actpiaintaiwvs and looking ( tar or covering, and not on« mosquito
acres. A view of the alfalfa at
Klamath cotwity Is not one calculated K> orer our town. Both the»«' gentlemen came near me.
in either direction, to intermediate
on this land will sell it. As
aathuse the "tenderloot" but to one are favorably known thronghout the
, points between Thrall and IVkegania, | freighl » ili ln< iinloado.1 by ilio coni- I
stand in the County, look
need to making ptlgrianages from the eowiMy. Tom is not a p)trager but at first I did not know just th» rva-
loa, b-it after trying th» experiment 25 ct». per 100 lb». eaeept that sugar |Miuy at l'okegaiua or Tlirall and thè
many onl of way p«4ni» Ibrouphont the knows where his money is »sfe and in several times I earn» to th» conclusion
shooting in the County.
and salt will take the «hive luentioned net oost of «ante added to the freight
West, as has l>e«-n the cam- with the vested in Bonanxa real estat«*.
that th« moaqultoes do not Ilk» th« 15 cent rate prior to September I, link'. [
from fol.' to tlOO per front fool.
Writer, the trip is by no means a hard
• mell ot new mown hay. or any hay.
Th«* Driscoll Mercantile Company for that matter No. I would not aJ- i All freight consigned to intermediate
I'ort.ihlc Cord W« sk I Naw and Gasoline Engine for talc, complete.
•aa, yet it is laehing ra the comfort»
points I—tween Thrall and I'ok.-gama
Ideal all» for Cold Ntorage and Brewery Plant, with large .spring» flow
afforded by the Pullman or dining ear, shows by late improvements iu the vtM th» eltti»r.« cf Galveston to buy
I must be prc|Miid as there are no agent».
ing the purest water, loss! o|N iilng for the manufacture of pure Ice.
and just now I wMI rav. that if I sbewkl vsrrions departmentsol its««tablishment a bale of hay aplm • and spread It out
Notice is hereby given that there are
On dry lumls*r in carload lots from all
Fine Building Site In Ewauna Height» Addition l.waled where the
•ver l»e a member of the legbhitiire of that growing pvaaperlty prevails in this on their bedroom floor» tor a place to
sleep, but if any of them have occasion points to Thrall. niiniinum 30,MM) lba.,1
Bankers, Capitalists and Principal Promoters arc building lltelr
flregon, or any other stato for that mat- section. This long-established and re to go into the country and are driveu
♦2 00 per thousand taet, board measure. | redemption of «11 Klamath County War
tor, tha fliwl b»M 1 would in trod ace liable firm has recently made numerous out of the house by th« peats, let them
Except to-wit: That all freight such
Choice line of Suhiirlian Properly for sale.
wotiH he »me wrging »Fl beepers of ho change» in its diftorent departments. make their bed In the hoy and I'll
a« dynamite. powder and all other Hhi.l Inter««! on name will eeaae from
tels or eating houses to pass a rigid ex The shelves are living replenishe«! by a guarant«« that they will gel a refresh
Nothing Lifted but what represents hrtl-datt money value.
article« taking, under the Western1
targe shipment of fresh goods that is be ing night's t le«p.“
amination not unlike snch a» has to be
Dated at Klamath Falla, Oregon thia
Classification, a higher rate Ilian First
passed by lawyers ami «foetors before
Flint INHI'IIINI K WHITTKX IN OtWrANIK* THAT
clan, the als.ve mentioned rate ol .15 ' 28th day of June IIMMi.
Louis Gerlier and McKendree sold WHY SHOE CETS UNTIED.
they are grvm a li?ew»e to practice—
I.. Ai.v v l.xwta,
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cents per Ilk* 11«. between terminals,
fliua or the good of tl«e public, but ala»'.
Women's Footwear la Laeed Higher and 25 cent» per 100 lb», for intermediate
ness last wj-ek to Mr. AVilcox of lake
for political aspiratkma.
Than Man's Thus Making
(Kiints, will l>e doubled, treble.I, etc., as
After a climb of fifteen milts out of view and Mr. McGinnis of R«'<i Bluff.
case may Is-, oil same I m »» is as ap-
SINQt-tt SI-WIMI MACHINES
Klamath Falla, Graton
Thrall, one readies the mesa overlook- Tlw sheep will be deliver««! at Lakeview
plied by the Southern Pacific Railway
tog the winding Klsmath river a thou-
For j Drawer Itrop Head
Coni|«ny. No shipment lew than 25
aand feet below, here and there along ber informed us yesterday that he doe» comes untied so much more frequently
xnd apparently easier than a man's?" | cents.
Xs banks a nice fiekf »f alfalfa and a not want anything more to do with the Asked the shoe salaaman • Well, I
Baldwin the Hardware Dealer
I«emnrragv, Storage and Forwarding
eosy home, distance lending enchant- 1
loo t suppose I would be In any bet
■lent, yet quiet and contentment every ways has been a bad feeling toward ter position to answer a questton than
where, a boon well worth the sacrafke. sheepmen in Klamath county, and life anyone else had It not been for the Capital Stork. $ 100.0(h)
Reaching Pohegama. the tenninu« of the is
' too short to be quarreling and fact that a few days ago a couple at
I ladlea. customers of my place, were
Klamath lake Railway, one is dumper I 1 wrangling amwng ourselves.
' discussing that very point, and their
to the middle of a towerrug pine forest ' Mr. Gerber left today for his ranch in
deductions appear to solve the riddle
•nd the ryneslron is asked "where am 1 Horsefly valley.
Fresh Candiet and Bon Bont, Stationery.
perfectly. ' relate« the SL Louie Qlube-
at.” A drive ef two re than twenty miles
Not ¡one. Cigart and Tobacco
through a tine body of ttmtw twing <n»e
"ft la not that a woman's shoe laces
will not tie In as fl rm a knot as any
to sight of the promised land of the
Krttit in S amusoii
other«; the reason for ths frequent
great valley of the Klamath, stretchrna
Everthing is lively.
for mi lee, a valley of a» rich soil aa can
Conrad Madison is building a new jacted is apart from that In the ease
Main Street near Postoffice
ba found on earth, bat at this time a
of high shoes the trouble Is altogether
very small percentage available tor eni- house.
j In their htight. The shoe laces farther
Mrs. Pratt is clearing off the rubbish
ti vat ion owing to the over ffowed con
up the leg than a man's, usually flts
ditions found at this time or for that for a new barn.
more snugly and tnerefore encounters
matter for ah times. Bnt with th« com
8. O. Mills is building a new wagon a greater strain on the knot when a
In its New Building now under construction
woman Is walking. The result 1« that
pletion of thi Government drainage shed.
proposition mow Ihan
acres ot the
on the corner of Fifth and Main Streets
M r. Reader has the lutnlier for a new short time whereas a man may walk
finest land in the West will be available house.
, Ul day without the larva of bls shoe
for the home buiMer,
The Keno Lumber company is doing becoming untied Where low shoes «r«
Will do « (Jenera! Hanking Uusineita
Hawaii kinds ol i.irm property, improved
Following the river and lake for a dis
a good business cutting lumber. They worn, the skirts flapping around th»
and unimproved, ran^inu from fifteen to
tance of twenty mrles, rounding the
have also been putting up a cook house ankle do the work of loosening the
bend as in days of old on the ".Mbsiesi-
seventy-five dollars per acre.
and dwelling house near the mill. Other
C has . E. W orden , Pres.
F red M ui.n ane , Vico I’ren.
pi” the panoramic view of the great building 1 will be erected in the near fu
Have tome choice toon property cheat), alto have tome Buunett
COMBAT WITH HUCE EAGLE
Great Klamath Falls tooms trp in the ture.
.1. W. S iemen «, Cashier
Lots and tome Fine Timber Claims.
distance a picture aot soon forgotten,
Tx>g hauling seems to lie the order of A Hunter and Hl« Dog Were Severely
•nd one well wot th coming a long dis
Beaten by the Enor
the day. O. B. Kerns has a contract
REAL ESTATE AND NOTARY PUBLIC
tance to see.
W. Siemen«, C. E. Worden.
The trip by water on the new boat ol putting in logs on the north side ot the
the Klamath Navigation Co., is certain river, and Geo. Morgan has a contract !
In the pins woods on the Jersey
ly, a delightful one, and speaks volumes putting in logs on the soush side of the coast a r_aa was hunting, and by the
for the fueli and enterprise to l>e found river to be cut off of 80 acres two and a afternoon was pr.tty well fagged out.
among progressive people of thia ctran- half miles south of Keno. All of these He lay down under a tree for a does
and fell Into a deep sleep He was
logs are for Rufus Moore at the Falls.
awakened by a fierce commotion. In
The town of Klamath Falls is the ty
which canine bowls were uppermost.
pical progressive town of the west. time hauling logs and lumber to Klam-1 As he jumped up be beheld his dog
Made up ot the stwrdy pioneers embru- •th Falls.
In combat with an Immense bald eagle
ed with the spirit of brogreas and a de
The Steamer Klamath makes daily It was soon evident that the dog was
termination to make known to the connection with the stage at Keno with no match for the bird, and the hunter
world what they have. On every hand the mail and passengers, also taking on was afraid to use bis gun for fear of
Injuring the dog. So be picked up a
is heard the sound of the hammer and a large amount of freight (or Klamath stick and sailed In. The eagle Imme
aaw. New buildings, street ear liner, j Falls.
'■¡Italy attacked him and beat and tore
street improvements, electric plants, I Mrs. Geo. Morgan is on the sick liet him so unmercifully tha, he fell to the
telephones, water works and in fact •nd so is Charles Nelson.
ground. Then the dog rushed to the
I lefenee ot bis master and kept It up
most all modern improvements to be
Mr. Dyer is fitting up the Woodard until he was knocked out again. The
found in any country. A busy, bustling
property partially for ■ saloon and the man then arose and reached for his
community of hustling people ready and
remainder of the bouse is fitted up with sun but before he could get It the eagle
willing to welcome the coming of »11 who sleeping rooms.
fattened him out with its wing and
comes for the good of the common :
then flew away. The man and the dog
cause—"the bettermet of your condi-'
•vent homo fc.iing rather happy that
they were not hurt worse, but rather
tion.” The isolated location has been,, rooms for rent over his store.
The McCollum shingle mill is turning crestfallen at the same time.
the draw back to this country, but the
*nr»HK plat of this hkautiful addition will he
time is at hand when such conditions out a good class of shingles and they
Will no longer exist, the railroad being
ready soon, anil lots therein will lie pl teed oil the market. The
now an «seared fact, actual construction
Pneumatic Rubber Form« Are Avail
tract comprises 530 aerca, adjoins Klamath Falla on the north and west
wow being pushed from Weed. Cal., as
$20,000 In Poultry.
able Noe to Make Them Beau
tost as man and money will do it.
and borders on Link River and Upper Klnniath Lako for two miles.
tiful and Rotund,
A bonus of 1100,000 has been sub
From this addition can lie seen the grandest p.in<irama on the Pacific
Martin N. Mayo, of this city, is ready
scribed to be paid to the company upon
Pneumatic rubber leg forms are now
completion and the running of trains in to attest the fact that there is money in on sale says the New York Sun. Advo
Coast, comprising take, lllvcr, Valley, Hill, Mountain and Nnow-citpped
chickens, after five years spent in rais cates of these first aids to ths unshapely
to Klamath Falls March 1, 1907.
Peaks, blend into an harmonious picture of unequalled iM-auty and mag
The great irrigation undertaking is ing them on his poultry farm just east tuaa contend that no more violation of
material proprelty 1s Involved in their
rapid progress _ and hund- < of Mt. Tabor. He has a tract of six use than la the eiuplo) u>»nt of padding
¿ds ol’nien’and Uatus are at work for a *cre9
devoted to raising chick
to correct drooping shoulders or it> using
distance of twenty miles and on June ens and producing eggs for the Portland braces to remedy tbs effect of a stooped
27th bfds for nineteen miles more of tlx: markie‘' «"d estimates that his plant back.
main canal will be opened and when , co*‘»20.000-
The forms may be so Inflated as to
awarded work will immediately begin
^t,e c*,*c*ten business is like any 1 round out unnatural bands. They can be
on this work, making work for hund- olher
*>“>e *"en fail in it, had from stock or made to Individual
reda more men and teams at gowl. »b«le other» succeed. It requires con- measurements. They are light In weight,
. B,ant care ar*d attention to details, and comfortable and invisible, being worn
on tbs Inner sice of the trousers leg. and
The reclaimed ground nnder this pro- «'«P«'’’« corresponding good profit». they allow of easy adjustment.
►ct atone will »Id an empire to the 1 l,ave
on my place to shelter
Tailors view this Innovation approv
producing lands ol Oregon, capable of ’'everal “‘«»’«"d young chickens in the ingly. as It assists them In producing
supporting a greater population than is ra,nX
A number of meubators proper results.
Cushion rubber forms forknock knees
now in the entire state of Oregon. Tho . are tiat'h,nli (,ur‘ng the greater portions
prospective locator with or without I ,lre T°r- an<J at ,he l,rwnt lime ra> are also on the market, having recently
money, it is well worth the while to
are producing 300 to 1000 eggs jwr , been Introduced.
take a look at the Klamath county be
"Tlie»e eggs being absolutely fresh,
fore making up his mind that be has
A complete sewerage system will Im put in. The entire cut of the Odessa
i bring 2 cents more per dozen than eggs
found the promised land.
Forest Reserve Order No 48.
sawmill has been purchased, and th'iso building in the Buena Vista Addition
But in conclusion mt>et ssy that in ! coming from a distance, and I have no
, Trespass on Agricultural Lands Be
thia summer will have first call <>n the output of this mill.
all justice to tiie great and new Klamath fear of glutting tire market.
•‘It does not pay to buy all the chick fore Opening Under the Act of June 11,
County, there is a land of snnshine,
Plans (or a magnificent hotel ar« now Is-ing prepared, and construction will
glorious climate, productive soil, big en feed required, so a portion of my , 1M».
tills summer. This hostelry will Im located on one of the most pictur
To Forest Officers in charge!
hearted men and women to lx? fownd in
Tlu, av‘ above mentioned, which
esque spots in the addition and will Im surrounded by a park.
the Rouge River valley and especially j der for the fowls. I consider the chick I
in Medford a tel vicinity that should not en business a good occupation for n««m provi les for the classification and listing
If you want a home in the most Imautifiil section »1 Klamith County, buy
be overlooked by the home builder or of means to engage in, and there is sb- of lands chief!' valuable for agriculture '
in the Buena Vista Addition.
U. P. M.
many eggs or fowls for the maiket.”— ti.at no farther settlement on nny lands
If you want to lire where yotl will ho ■ iirroundi'l witli lieaitlifill hoint-s, bny
within forest reserves is authorised nn-i
in the Buenx Vista Addition.
Bonanza and Vicinity
til they have been publicly declared ,
If you want to live on the street car line then have your home in the Burna
the Interior. Any settlement on such
[B cu . etin I
lands prior to the opening by the Sec
Francis I. Bowne and C. H. Mc
Monday fbe County official, who retary ol the Interior will not only con
If you arc looking for an investment that will yield returns, pnrrltase prop
Kendree left for Prineville in search of
were elected at the June election will fer no rights on the settler Intt will con
eattle Wednesday, and lato reports are
in the Buena Vista Addition.
assume the duties of their office. There stitute trespass.
to the effect that they have secured 780
will be few changes, as most of the old
bead at |11 each, (calves thrown in.)
officials were re-elected, the only change ering and preventing any such trespas
Frank Grohs and wife were here fore being in the Board ot Commiasioners
ses and report them promptly to the
part of the week to mnke final arrange and County surveyor.
ments to have a modern residence erect
George T. Baldwin retires and is suc
Pl»-ase give the widest possible pub
ed on Grandview addition, and have let ceeded by Rev. J. B. Griffith; N. 8.
licity to this order to discourage such
the contract for the same to Chua. Pat- Merrill is succeeded by W. A. Walker.
settlement and to prevent loss and
M. I). Williams will, for the next two trouble to intending settlers.
A new th reel ling machine is on the veers perforin the duitiex of county sur
(Signed; OvsRTi/v W. Pates,
Way from Montague, lor Langell Valley veyor, vice Mont Hutchison.
Choice Farming Land for
Sale in all parts of Klam
ath County at Fair Prices
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
T. W. STEPHENS
Will open for business about
September /, 19o6
Horning & Casey
Buena Vista Addition
TO KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Boulevards and Streets are now being graded, and these will be lined
with Shade Trees. Grading work on the Electric Street Railway
is now under way.
next door Postoffice
Klamath Canal Co.