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Dairy: but be i’ having trouble w ith hie
Iki you want to own a launch? If • >
I clay, as it is *.> rich with vcgvtnbh* mold see Telford A >.>ii. They rail make you
that the l>ii«k< frequently crack in the one to your liking,andguaranteo result .
8ee Uy for marsh lands.
Being right here at home thia guarantee
lion George T. Ihtldwfn ia in Port
Cha». K. Drew was at Bonanxa on carries some weight.
business last Monday.
For a home see L. .Acobs.
Jacob Knock, of IXury, was in town
Mr. and Mr». T. L. Michael's baby
I'rank \nkeny cart Iva only fresh
has been quite 111 lately.
candles ami confectionery.
C. F. Shackleford has moved hieahoe
A picnic w.i, given on the Fourth nt
Italiana», oranges and lemons fresh
shop l>ack to the Houston block.
the lesidonce ol Mr. I'etersteiiier, to nt Manning's.
J. L. Padgett, the well-known old the enjoyment of all concerned.
Wrinlinrds <'debiili cd 1 .igvr Beer
timer of Keno was in the city Monday.
The Li»ky Imy» lecently sold $tn»O on draught at the Central.
"What splendid, growing weather I” worth of horse«, and have bought sever
Have a catl.sid nt cement and W o<d
is a remark one often hears these days. al head of young ones since.
lltwv pLi«t<*r (or -ale. tie! in your order
Mrs. C. II. Chambers, of Montague,
The merchants of Dairy are doing a i>: »rv it ia nil mo. ■ Wm. \\. •Men-
is visiting her son, 'Squire Musgrave. thriving business this spring, and they denhiill.
Dr.K.E.l*«o Steiner,accompanied by deserve it.
South Kl.nnalh Full, will lie fl e iv
his daugeter, returned from Salem
G. D. Grl.zle, the tombstono man of blent district. See !.. Jacob».
Klamath Fall», ha» opened a valuablo
Ci.'.u« and tobacco of all g'.i.lc» ut
C. N. Hawkins of Hollister. Presi •tone quarry on the mountain-side A. J. Manning's.
dent ol the Klamath Canal coiut>aiiy northeast <>l the valley, an I has been
Chitwoods T< Hot cream will cute sun
. getting out stone bases for monument«
strived Monday night.
burn, tan and freckle».
A new sidewalk was laid on llio east
Card of I hank*.
side ol the court house this week, This glomerate, almost aa hard as gianite.
of all kinds. Gill .mJ see me
lie save it is the l-ert stone ho lias been
was a needed improvement.
able to timl in the county, llo has
Mrs. R. B. Hatton of Oakland, Cali-
Wo MÍ h to
bought the land and thinks hiuiscll
thanks for th<«
fornia, is visititing friends in this city,
.«vmpatlietii* consideration shown u« bv
having arrived hero .Monday.
Farmers have little to do just now the it*. I . U .. and li ivlida dui ing our
Miss Annie Applegate went to Pokeg
save to sit in the shade and natch their late iH-ivaveiimnt.
am* Saturday, where she expects to
grain grow and gel ready (or harvest
Mm. J. C. Sigler,
»Phone 2-1 j
teach during the summer months.
Range cattle ara hit and sleek. They
Project Engineer Murphv. who had
All themselves with rich grasses in the
been in Portland on behalf of the Klam
Correct Piano I’uning.
mornings and evenings and lie down in
ath project, returned home Monday.
the shade cleviirg their cuds during
t»nly a correct scale is satisfactory la i
The regular meeting of the W. C. T. the day mid at night. The cow is u« the musical ear, ami there can bo no a
U. will be held Friday at 2 p. in., nt lazy as some j cople 1 know.
compromise with one partly so, li a
which new memln-rs will In* admitted.
Il is doubtful if there is a healthier Mm!*eii, a | iano tuner ol ex|»-rience. lor a
Mr. George Kilter, one of the hard climate any where than here. People more than '.JOveins identified with Mier-
working. prosperous farmers of Yonna have no malsrial diseases, no pulmo man. Clay A Co . Sun Fianeisco. now 4.%%%%%«%%%%*%%
valley, was intown on business Satur nary complaints, asthma mid phthisis hero fur a limited time, will do tuning
an* rare, and even stomach trouble.« are and extensivo lepalriug ut rea« -naide
.Mrs. Frank Applegate and daughter, infrequent. The tire.it White Plague prices. Orders lelt at tho lie.) Mar « V« T» «I »I •».’*. ¿.««..».id..N.«» H’«t,,;» »j„«ud-.♦»,«I«
Elixal*eth, left here Saturday morning was never known to develop in this Drug Store will !•<• promptly attended to
on a visil_to relatives in MeJford an 1 health giving atiiu spliore. As a health
Notice to Creditor*.
resort I believe Klamath county has no
til the County Court of the Stateol Oregon, for *
A. 11. Engle, formerly proprietor of equal on earth. With mi active, out
In the matter o( the estate <4 Jamvi Calvin
, the Klamath House, and now a resident door life the person who cannot get
of Gohl llill, returned here Saturday on well here m. .lit as well make bi» j»*ace Settler, dec. a-ed.
The underCgnc ! having bucn apoInfid by
with his Maker, fur there is surely no
Klamath County, admit..»irate x of thee talc I
Hon. II. I.. Benson and C. M. Briggs,
of Jatncn Calvin Fvtglcr, t! ««a«<*d, notice 1« •î*
accompanied by their fami.ies, left for
hereby given to the vreditore of, an»! all p» r-
Spring Creek Monday morning for an are propit ious o( a coming immigration: tk»n»
“Did you ever notice that half the men
present then» vertfic ! a< r« ¡mt • I by ! w,
you know talk ol removing to‘the coa»t* within six month» after the flr»t publloallon
Mrs. Al Abrahams and daughter, of
of tl. ' he' ■ t«» • ’. 4 *•! Franr.-n
r at her :
Chico, arrive ! Tuesday evening vu a vis
F. A. Cutter l as temporarily removed residence at Klamath Fall«. Or«‘g«»n
it to her nn ther, -Mrs McMillan of the
to the Falls, where he has secured eiu
Aihn'.o' «trattit ci II.«
Sv If tor, il»c»'4»cl
O. II. Harshbarger of San Francisco,
T lî M
The potato crop biJa lair to l>e an un ¡Mied July I’th, IÄU
arrived hire Monday evening to visit
his wife and family. He ex|«cts to re
Chas. Flacku» ami wife were visitors
main about a month.
Notice i» huroby itlvoti that in pur«»»anc<* < •
an * f ler «1 t' e Uounty (*onr< «4 KHmMh
Falls Monday last.
A skating rink is now in full operation in.
We are closing out all our Corsets.
hi . «Ini* tea«!«' »u l tutcrwl •
at the opera house, J. D. Boyle ami w.
For Sale—Cheap, a 12 foot show case. the9*h «♦•y <4 July, Eta, in tl»» iHaltrr «4 l!
Broken line of *Ladies and Children’s Hose and
C. Pierce being tho promoters. It has Frank Ankeny.
eMa’coI Alim McDana! 1, *!vc«a»•■>!. th«* un«!cr
»Igoes!. aJmiiii»tr&tur «4 said r»talt, will « hi
an«l alter Ft id»/, lh<? '«t day ol A»i<u«t. »■>«
II. T. Taylor, representing Farm an<l Red Star Drug Store.
proc.cd to .11 n| priYA'c -»»s’ fir a * d ¡ h
Kid and Suede Gloves.
Orchard, is in the city in the interest ol
All kii « of a It drinks at Manning’s
tP‘. m l hi R. tv I of Ihr «»Id Micu
that publication. He exjiects to re
Ch lee line of Cijars at Frank E. McPvt a'.d, tkertard. at tl c lli tc «4 h!« death
main a couple ol months.
a nd til the rl(bt, title atid int ?c»t that »a «i
Harry reltx has startled tho natives
ha» by • pcratlon ot la-.» or other*!«»
Summer Shirt Waists.
Go to A. J. Manning's for pipes, eta e«tato
**'«¡111 red other or in a I iltioii ta Urtl ««! au.-I
with a new automobile. He has purchas tionery, cutlery, notions, etc.
ed it for the use of visitors to Crater
Summer Dress Skirts.
Watches. L. lira Lewis.
. . ! :■> th - ■'
dT ! » ■ a ! j
Lake and elsewhere in the county.
ntllvla l. t rne halt lntcrc»i in
Fine watch re;airing. I.. Alva Lew is.
o( tl. v
D. F. Vanderpool of Sterling, Colo
Just arrived at Alva Lewis'», new
NU t , of 10« NK‘4 of A ction
rado arrived here Monday on a visit to line of jewelry.
I * It II Kail ut IV I.Ur.
bis cousin, J. O. Short. He is making
The I akcsltfe Inn Bar. C. Ross An-
a tour of the Pacific Coast and the derson f r Hl.t'i grade WlMB, 1.1-
'! Itrtrrt*»t In and
quora and Cign a.
I’rvf. J. G. Swan, principal of the
A stmli rt 1-t ? ago a.«l e '. tl <• presi
1. igli school, left for Eugene, Saturday. dent * t <J! ■ rlin colo-ge it he could not
He will attend the summer school oi Lc permitted to take a shorter course
the State University, and expects to be of study.
"Oh, ye«." replied the pre-ddent,
absent about four weeks.
Tl.e regular monthly meeting of the "but that depends upon what you want
tonal * f y -irvelf. M f * n t - »1 want s
directors of tho Klaruath Water User’s to mr.ke an r ak. he takes a hundred
Association was he'd at the office of the years; but when he wants to make a
Corporation Saturday. Nothing of im squash, he takes six mouth»."--in
Department of the Interior,
portance develop'd, only routine busi structor.
Land off!«’»*, Laker i«'*, Oregon, July a. ITttl.
ness being transacted.
A sufficient Conical a’fitlnvli having
That Was All.
Judge J. B. Griffith, Commissioners
Tt :.<l«rf- • I understand there was filed In thia office by Robert (>. Horning,
tc»tant, Bfa'.h't lloateatead Entry N«>.
Walker auJ Meibsse and County Clerk snnie difference between Cactua Cui mad<* May
ItHM. for b’, SW\ Action *.
Chastain visited Merrill Tuc~day for the
E’, NW', Ha. th n 7,Town»h!p 37 M., Kane«* 10
E , by Ovrar 8t'*rnburg, C<*nt<’«teo, In which It
purpose of inspecting the county htidge
<1 that » m <| Orcar Slrrnburg Im» utter
at that place and decide on what re f'rence. < al's dead an’ Ike'a ollie. ♦ he Is
Tenderfoot—Yea. bnt what waa
ly faik'l. In n'¡K « i I«» »aid entry, to comply
pairs are necessary to put it in first original difference between them that with the public land law» of the United Htalcs
and the mlri and regulation« rvtabU»hrd
Jed up to the killing?
Huck Ilans—Ike was quicker on th» thereund r rnlatlvo tn eMabllahlng and main*
Mr. and Mrs. Peary of the Reclama
talnlng r« »l lcnm- upon Mid land; that hr did
tion Service, and F. M. Chapman and trigger, that's all. — I’hlladelphia not e‘tab’I»h n reiddence tn a hou»c within its
------- PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS--------
w ife, enjoyed a trip to Odessa Sunday
mo;ithB fr<»m the dal« of hi» »aid entry; that
he hat never re»l<!«*<l conlinuoualy upon »aid
on a launch. Mr. Chapman, who has
He Old As He Waa Did.
A. 0. I'. W. Building
Klamath Fall», Or
Fair One Really, I—I am extreme land; that he liai never made any Improve
been here collecting specimens for the
men!« upon »aid land; that raid alb-jp-d ab
American Mtisuem of New York, left ly sorry, but I cannot say yes- at »cnee from the »aid land wan not duo to hi»
Tuesday morning. His trip here was present.
employment in the army, navy or marina
Suitor—And yet I dared to hopo corp» of the United Nialm a» a private aoltllf-r.
very successful, and he speaks in words
you loved me.
officer, ream an, or marine during the war
of highest praise over the cordial treat
Fair One—I do. Jack, I do; but with Spain <*r during any other war In which
ment accorded him.
yours make» the thirteenth offer I've the United Staten may be engaged ; «aid parti« »
had anil you know how superalitiotia are hereby notifl««l to appear, respond and
I am. You must askr* me again after offer evidence touching »ai<l allegation al 10
I’ve received another proposal.— o’clock a. tn. on Attgtiai M, 1906, before <oo.
Chastain, County Cleric of Klamath County,
at Klamath Falla Oregon; and that final hear
Hot weather prevail«.
Ing w ill >>e held at Hi o'clock a. m. on Aiigu»*
Ills aenrie Hint.
We are now sure of a good crop.
“TTow much of a salnry do you 25, EMI, before the lleglatr r ami Ibreiver at
the United state» Land office In Lak«jview,
The Keno Saloon was opened Sunday. get?” asked the inquisitive diner.
"Oh, I don't got any salary," re Oregon.
Mr. Mills aged 75 years died on the
The said ront«*Mant having. In a projn r
7th., of cancer of the face, after having plied tho obsequious waiter. "The affidavit, filed Juno SO, JWM. wet forth fade
gentlemen that dine here are such which uliow that after due diligence personal
Agent to His Majesty, the American Gentleman,
suffered severe pain for about six months.
perfect gentlemen that I don’t need service of tbl» notice ran nut bo made, It 1«
l:or (leñera! Information or Prices
for first class goods
Rev. Bryant preached the funeral ser any regular salary or wages.”
hereby ordered ami directed that »uch notice
As the diner reached down Into his be given by due and proper publication.
Write or Call on
7 12 M Hi
J. N WATSON, .teflater.
On Monday the 9th. the stages pocket for a tip be was heard tn mut
i brought in 44 passengers from the rail
road who took passage on the steamer being costly.—Chicago Post.
Klamath for Klamath Fulls.
A Fine ArraniremenS.
First Nurse Girl—Seems to me y'r
Last week Mrs. Thomas Way and
her grand daughter Mies Stow visited puttin' on a heap o’ style drlvin in
the park with a moneygrammed
George Way aud family. During their
TOILET CREAM—For Tan and Sunburn
kerriage, and rnMhmun and foot
stay here they in company with Misa men, too. Itoea y'r missus lend ye
ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION—Disinfectant and Germicide
Kate Way and Miss Ruth Doton took a her private rig?"
Caused by heat and ex
BLACKBERRY CORDIAL WITH JAMAICA
lout-ride to the Falls on the steamer
Second Nurse Girl—She sends me
GINGER—Diarrhoea and Summer Complaint
to take her pet dog out fer an uiriu*.
cessive perspiration, sub
"Hut where'» the dog?”
Mr. Clyde Nickerson anil wife re
LITTLE LIVER PILLS—The Ideal Laxative
side instantly after apply
turned from Portland last week to visit ^•’Un ler th’ seat." N. Y. Weekly.
.Mr. Thomas McCormack.
Will u«t Ills Dwert».
Naggus (literary editor, Inspecting
During the vacation the Directors are
manus'-rlpt) —Your st<,ry Is good
I having the school house repaired.
enough so far ns I have got, Horus,
Finley Padgett and wife wero visit* except that the. hero is rather film
Weinhards Celebrated Lager Beer
; on their return home got a good soaking this world.
derson for an Optimo cigar.
on draught at the Central.
in the rain.
Rub it in lightly. It cools
I’ astchb to lkt .—12 mile! from Yai-
Telford & Son are prepared to build
it, Nnggns. I kill Idin off in tho last
nax abundance of grass and water, will you a launch oi any size desired an<l at
skin wonderfully and
(FORMERLY WITH II. HT. GEO. BI8IIOP)
chapter. Chicago Tribune.
take in stock at 50 cent» a head per a price that places it within your reach.
month. Cali on or address, 8uow-
For rings go to L. Alva Lewis, flew
Tie So Miss Willing has gons to Eu
foose, Keno, Oregon.
The county is having a bridge built on
rope, has she? I thought she was go
Holder of License No. 29 granted by the Oregon
line just arrived.
Izist River some miles lielow the Gap; ing to marry young Mmltherton.
Wanted—Man for gardening and out-
si.’ work; woman for general house
For Sale—Ono 40,000 capacity saw there are those who think one is needed
She She would have married him
State Board of Health. Calls promptly attended, city
work. Apply at tlie Brick Store.
but for one thing.
mill in good order, delivered on tho 8. much worse at the Upper Gap.
He And that was—?
or country, day or night.
C. C. Pearson is making a kiln of
Icecream at A. J. Manning’s every P. track, $3500. Address A. A. Milliken
She—He didn’t ask her«
j Fort Jones, Calif.
brick at his place three miles north of
May Will guarantee it to be good.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
lb lb lb ifc lb lb lb lb lb lb lb lb lb
A Few Prices at
HURNS HARDWARE STORB
",c Brick Store Co.
GEO. R. HURN
We are Giving Big Bargains in all Summer
Goods, Fancy Silks, Lacesand Embroideries
HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE
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
Special Prices on
Doors and Windows
To Klamath County Customers
L. F. WILLITS
SITMMEH )'A VOMITE S
Iowa Lumber & Box Company
U N D E RTA KIN G
Chitwood’s • I>r*iiu: • Store
I Star Drug Store
DIRECTOR AND EM