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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1907)
Dairy 1« pleasantly situated on the
west side <4 I on mt Valley, near the
center <4 Klamath Comity. It has
two giMai gem-rul stores with enter-
prising up toelate ilealeis who enjoy
a largo trade ftoru surrounding val
leys ; a hotel and feed barn, ami a
school house. It is surrounded try a
rich farming community with which
It is connected try a farmers' tele
phone line ami also a long distance
line. Is on the stage line, twenty
miles east of Klamath Falla.
Kmyth has been quit*
Sick for «oiiii* day«.
Four young men, friend, <4 tin*
Ru<-ck« uni llltti-r«, arim«l recently
from Ohio, and will make tln-ir L"ui<*»
in K lamatli <'ounty.
Klamath Indiana Inform m<* that
trout In considerable nunilx*i« are ap-
|«-aring ill Sprague river, ami » --tue
g-Kul one, have la-ell caught this spring.
Wm. riirmann <- x | m *<-I s hereafter to
make Weekly freighting trip» to the
Falla, in the intvre«t <4 tin- Dairy mer
chant,. Ilusinese ha« grown so niuch
lately a« to make this plan profitable.
Cha». II. Bergilorf of Pino Flat baa
Ixa-n quite sick for the pa»t week from
congestion <4 the lungs. Ilia wife, who
ia teaching the Dairy school, was ob
liged to diamiaa her school for several
<laya in consequence.
llii» they have let a contract to Pat
t'olalian uml < uiI Adams for building a
dam aero», the creek in the pine woods
east <4 Ritter's ranch, which is intended
Io hold the water which accumulates
there in the winter and early spring,
until it is m-edr-d fui irrigation purposes.
The-dam, as described by one <4 the
contractors, is to be 130 feet long and 25
lent in height, ami will Is- located
where it will confine water* sufficient to
cover a large l««ly <4 land to a depth al
most equal to the height of the darn.
If the project prove, to Is- a success it*
projector» ho|ie to l>e able to irrigate
some oOO acres ol land which would
otherwise l>e “dry.”
The Dairy school district held an
other election .‘•atnrday last, to again
vote on the proposition to vote Ironda to
the amount of ll'rljl) for the purjsaw* of
erecting a new school house. Thia
time op|H>»ition did not materialize ami
the pro|»>aitloii carried unanimously.
Only 11» Vote» were cast. Till* time
great care wa« taken to »< ■■ that all the
technical |«>inta rrf
piled w itli, so that
sued, could Ire «ol-l
I hear that several
to l>id on the contract for the erection of
the building, wle-n it comes to that.
Nuno'young b<«»llum«, with malice
aforethought, went through the resi
dence of J. O. Hamaker, lour mile» east
of Dairy, and tore up things generally
one night last Week. They tilled ut> Ilia
well with a lot of lumber and trash,
»hot Into the house, |»itired a gallon or
more of molasses over the furniture,
and did other uncanny thing«, w hilu the
family was away from home. It is
pretty well known who the parties are,
and the strangest part of it Is that they
assume to Is- r*-»|»-ctal>le young men.
Kuril mischief-doers ought to I m * made
an example of.
Flackllt, who i« cliargml with Irving |
partial, unworkmanlike, un*l with sev- -
oral other <l>-linqueni-i<-a! and (or the
Bly I" situated In the southeastern
appoint ment <4 soint-otie el«e ill his
of Klamath county and com*
•tcu'l, ulthougli no on*’ else is named.
all the trade of Kprague river
Tom Miclusela little l»<y has Ixsvn sick
for a few days, but is now convalMcent. valley. Is well connected with tele
phones. Several new buildings soon
The I.iskey boys have several teams to go up! also a new school house.
of fine horse« which they offer (or sale A large timber country surrounding
at fair price».
will make much business in time to
The water ill all <4 the lakea here'
b I hjii I» 1» unusually high tins spring—
that in Kwan lake rs|>ecially so.
Mr. Liskey is over from Bonanza.
Wm. If. Bliss, the northside home Tlios. Ilamersly made a flying trip to
steader, is anticipating the early arrival Drew’s Valley Sunday.
>4 hi» wife and 'laughter from the east.
George Boyd and wife left tor their
The ground 1« again dry enough to homestead near Bonanza.
permit the farmers to plow and to put
Mr. Heesig, the Fort Klamath mer
in grain, and many of them are doing it.
chant, was in town this week.
Cha«. Woelk was in the Fall* la«t
O. Peterson anil John and Charlie
wrek to mukv g'esl his Contest lor the
Stilidt left for the timlx-r this morning.
John bterlz homestead, in the north
Mr. and Mr*. Th-»-. Garrett returned
part of the valley.
Lakeview, where they were on
1 he Beck Bio«., who have made a
»Iin-V*. of the grow ing of Brome grass,
Alls-rt Walker returne 1 fritti
have a quantity >4 Biome grass seed on
Fall«, where «he was called
sale at >e Ige'» »tort- hi Dairy.
during the illness of l.'ike and Roy.
Edward S«-dge left Dairy for his
Arthur l.angell <4 Bonanza has taken
bome-tea-i iii latngeil vallt-v Monday |
possession <4 the Pioneer hotel. The
morning, riding one of his mule« and
former proprietor, W. F. Reed, intends
leading the other, having a pa< k on the i
to remain in the country some time to
latter. But the mule he waa riding
fill his position as Road Supervisor.
evidently didn't like the arrangement,'
The ba«ket sup,er given in benefit of
for he pr<M i-i-<l<-'l shortly to buck E I-
ward off into the sagebrush. But Ed- ( the new school house was quite a suc
ward tlidn't |rrop-.»e to give up the i cess. The proceeds derived from it add*1
struggle with’one defeat, and remount- ing quite a little to the subscriptions
rd the mule and proceeded on bis way, j already taken up.
The roads are in much l>etter condi
notwithstanding the mule's objection»,
and the mule finally gave up the fight. tion and travel has started and every
thing jtoints to a busy summer.
O. T. Anderson and Earl Walker re
Wanted-Bids for Clearing turned
Saturday from a trip of two
weeks to Prineville, where they were
Persons who will contract to clear looking after buying cattle and horses.
■agebru-h and plow ground are invited
to submit bids for doing the work on an
NOTICE TO BRICK AND STONE
acreage basis. Land to be cleared along CONTRACTORS.—That the bricklayers
F rank I k « W hite .
and stone masons have organized a
B. and M. I. I', in Medford and on the
first day of May, 1907, the eight-hour
law will go into effect. The jurisdic
tion of this union includes Jacksen,
Josephine and Klamath counties. For
further information inquire of Robt. ,M.
Huggins, Medford. Ore.
The Yonna «alley friends of Mr. ami
Mrs. Herlrert Arrant are much pleased
over the report that a new baby daugli-
A petition ia in circulation in the
ter Ims arrive I In their household. Mra.
Arrant wa« formerly Mi»« Minnie Berg- valley, which ba, been quite numerous-
dorf of Daiiv, and wa» a aocial favor- ly signed, asking the County Court to
| appoint a new road supervisor in place
A dancing party wa» given la»t Fri
day evening by Mr. aiui Mra. A. L. I
(Brown) Michael at their residence in
Pine Flat, which wua largely attended,
and a tin*- time ia re|>orted. Nearly all
the young men ami maidvnwof the «al
ley» udjaiiiil wore there, and they
didn't “go home till morning.'*
Messrs. Geo. Ritti-r, .la»|»*r Bennett
and other farmer» haring land a>«<ve
ALL KINDS OF FRESH, SALT
the ditch survey in the northeast part
of Volina valley, have ut length deter
mined tn go ahead with tin* building "t
AND SMOKED MEATS
an irrigation plant <4 limit own. getting
SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS
the waler from the tip|»-r stretches of
Buck creek, which come« from the east
ern 1,111» bordering the valley. To do
/ a im to be reliable
City and Country Realty Handled
Lakeview Mining Stock
Fire Insurance written in seven
of the strongest Companies in
in case of loss
T. W. STEPHENS
M IDWAY B ar
AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR
GEO. T. BALDWIN HAT?R a 1RE1.HP l 1 m ENTSIL
Builder’s Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Sporting Goods
Plumbing Supplies, Iron Pipe, Iron, Steel, Horse Shoes
Paints and Oils, Crockery and Glassware, Graniteware
City Meat Market
MEISS i ARMAND
Key West, Imported
and Domestic Cigars
Winee and Liquors
of Choice Vintage
W. H. D clanet , Manager
L yons , Prop's
Notice for Publication
Department of the interior. Land office, at
Lakeview. Oregon. April 9, I9i»7
Notice is hereby ffv**n that Marg ir< t Roni«
b y <.* IClama'h Fall». Oregon. ha« filed notice
<»< her intention tn make final commutation
proof in support of her claim, viz: Home
ate «d Entry wo. » made March 9 1 9t>;. for
the ssr nw‘4
1$, Tp.39 4. It 10. E W M. and
that >ai I proof will be made before the clerk
of Klamath county. Oregon, at hi» office at
Klamath Fall», Oregon.
She name.« the following wltne«w, to prove
her continuous residence upon and culti va-
linn of, the land, viz:
Burrell Short, J. R. Dixon. John A. Short,
and R • Short all of K amath Falls. Oregon.
J. N WATSON.
Croft & Nowlin
if you are seeking an investment in
City. Town or Farm Property
us before you buy. We have an
unlimited variety of property to show
.Notice for Publication.
fnlte-l States Lati l office. Lakeview. Oregon,
Avril 11, :»07.
Notice!« hereby given that In compliance
w ith the provision, of the act of Congress of
June 3,1C. ratified - An act for tue sale of
timber land, in the State, of California. Ore
gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory,” as
extended to all the Public Land Blates by act
of August I. 1-W2. Andrew j. Santamaw, of
Royston. < ounty of Klamath. Blate of
Oregon, has this day filed In thifc office his
sworn atan ment No.aMO, for the purchase of
the s’.nw’. and o'.»»1, of Bee. No, 2t>, in Tp.
No. 37 S . K No. ». E W M. and will offer proof
io show that the land sought Is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for
agriculture; purposes, and to establish hi,
I claim to »aid land before the clerk of
Klamath County at bi, office at Klamath
Falls. Oregon -o Tuesday, the 2nd day of
He name, as witnesses;
John Brett, T. H. Shannon, John Hamilton
ami Bert llall, allot klamatb Falls,Oregon.
Any and ell person, claiming adversely the
above described land, are requested to file
their claims in thl, office on or before said
2nd day of July, 11'0?.
4-1» « 20
J. N. WATSON. Register.
Croft & Nowlin
The Dread of the Housewife r
The pleasures of many homes are still marred by that weekly
horror “wash day.” Some still cling to the idea that by doing their
washing at home they are saving money, without stopping to figure the
cost. In most cases the cost of the wood alone would pay for the work
living done at the laundry.
The Klamath Falls Steam Laundry
i« now equipped to handle all the family washing in the city and is
making a special cut-rate price on this work. With our increased capacity
and all the latest labor-saving machinery, we are able to do the work
at a>K»ut one-half what it can be done by hand. We dye and restore
color to faded goods and ste.nn or dry clean ladies' and men’s suits.
In Conservatory Music
Hall every Monday,
Tuesday and Thurs
day evenings, from 8 to 11
Oliver Gang Plows
Oliver Chilled Plows
Oliver Steel Plows
Genuine Oliver Plows sold at the same price you would have to pay for the imitations
Disc Harrows at special prices and a 16-Shoe Hoosier Drill
with Press Wheels and Alfalfa Seeder at a very low price
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
Wool, Mohair, Hides
Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses, Linoleum
Silver-plated and Solid Silverware
Warehouse and Office at Goodrich Lum
ber Yard in east end of Klamath Falls
Glass, Doors and Windows KLAMATH BARBER SHOP
Studebaker Buggies and Wagons
Agent Firemans Fund Insurance Corporation
OUR SPECIAL PRICE FOR ROUGH DRY WORK:
Wool, Fur and
SOLE AGENCY FOR OLIVER PLOWS IN KLAMATH COUNTY
Cleanliness and Good Work
Also Agent for LONDON AND
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
“ fringed.. 15
Pillow Slips......... 2’,
“ bath............. 3
“ roller .......3
Napkins.. .............. 1 *9
Flour Sacks........... 2
Handkerchiefs. . . 1 *4
Standcovers plain .2
Nightd resses......... 4
Drawers ............... 4
Corset Covers....... 2
Waists ................. 7
Kiinonas ............. 7
Aprons ................. 2
Child's pieces...... 3
Shams, pair........ 10
Sash Curtains....... 3
Pillow Covers ..3
Sleeves, pair ....2
Underdrawers . ...5
Pajamas, pair.. .10
Under Vest... .3
Hose, pair....... . .3
Blankets, wool, pr.50 '
cotton “ 25
Qui! ta................ ...25 I
Bedticks. .... 10c up [
KLAMATH FALLS STEAM LAUNDRY
CAMPBELL & SMITH, Prop’s