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ENTRA5 ED I wo registi red Angora
goat*, sex dor, cm tug < 110.10, initial*,
Northern A. G A L. Co., Helena,
Mont., Hex dor, earing 0,.>2 Molmrlsy,
Write any information to .1 J. Whit-
conili, Forest, Oregon.
Ashland Commercial College. Ash.
With an experience of more than
twenty year* in edm ating young men
ami women, und in placing them in the
moat dvsiiuble |»init|oti*,‘ unJ apple, lut
ing the a«R ailing«'* oi n course of biisi-
lie»« training that I» the IHONI complete
nml lit the »uute time within the mean*
ol Illi who would Le gieutly Ixuiefited,
wc iiiuki'tiu» »pvt'inl offer!
Millien!» w ho »eciiiv the nine nimitli*'
»t'iitiluiship for * >-' and vntei September
1ti,i, H k >7, will I k entitled to any or nil
the com »rs, Commercial shorthand,
ami English to July Ist, 11MB.
Arrange to I <■ with il* I« ginning Sep
ten I ei '•! h.
. : ■ 'J &
Keno i* situated in the Houthern
part of Klamath Conn y. >n the
Klamath river, at pie terminus of
navigation. Two steamers land here ;
mail, express and passenger* are
have Ix-en run for the purpo»e of »eciir"
transferred from the stage t<> the
. ing mi easy grade for the Oregon East boat at tills point. Adjoining Keno
ern from it* junction with the Natron
on the west i* a large belt of timber,
brain li. Mr. Journey just came from
and on the east is a large IxxJy of
Odell, where lie und hi»|«rty have lx-en * marsh land*. Near Keno, on the
river, is immense water power. Tele
at work for some time.
phone connection* with *.11 part* ot
Three rcconnoisarici-* have ulready
the country. Ha* a g<xxl school, two
store» und two »aw mills.
Iwen made and it I* for tlie purjxne of
*e|«*cting the best route that Mr. Jour
A new »-pound lx>y arrived at the
ney i* here. Burvey* will Ixr run, the
work beginning in a few day* and will Charley Bnowgoo»« home. All partiea
lx- continued until Lakeview i* reached, are doing well.
where junction will be ininle with a
Two of Mr. Jone*'daughter* came in
purty that I* running south from the Monday from the Lust. They exjxxt to
I iln- of the Oregon Eastern.
THIS CITY TO LAKEVIEW
Engineer Journey *nd 11 party of
twenty asaiatant* arrived in this city
Wednesday afternoon and pitched their
tents Nt the hut spring*. Their coming
ha* been waited for by the Republican
(or nearly two week«, for Information
from a reliable source bad Ix-en received
that he would lx* here for the plir|s>*e
of running a survey lor a branch of the
Southern Pacific from this city to Lake
view, via Bonanza. It Is to begin thi*
work thut Mr. Journey i* now here.
Ever xince the construction of the
Natron hlamntli I all» and tire Oregon
Eastern line* were decided on, surveys
Coming to Houston's Opera Hou c, thia particular attraction the Springfield
News of July 2d aaya:
Wednesday Night, July 31.
Clark's Biograph Company gave one
of the moat intereating performance* of
Clark'« American Biograph Co., pie- moving picture* last night even seen in
M-iiting the great Thaw-While tragedy. Springfield. The film* Hashed on the
Showing Evelyn Nesbit, Harry «Thaw, screen were brilliantly executed by an
Stanford White and the Madison Square artist in this particular line. They were
roof garden*, where the tragedy wa* soft to the eye and entirely void of any
enacted. Also moving picture* ot the flicker vibration. The subjects pre*
late San Francisco itreet car riot, and tented were all new and it was the uni
■orne »XW feet of comedv acene*, which versal opinion of the large audience
will be flashed on the screen in a bril present that an excellent progam was
liant manner, at Houston'* o(x-ra house presented and a m<x»t delightful evening
next Wednesday night. In apeaking of performance was enjoyed.
it is an ¿sssentîal
It finds its way to the family
table where it is more highly
One of tlie plea.mit events of ■»ecre-
j tnry < .utfli'ld’s visit here wa» the re. e|>-
‘ tion tendered him by Mr. and Mt*. A.
ill Nnll/ger. Tlie evening was ideal
nnd the decoration* on the lawn were
' bennl'ful. hurroundlng the lawn a cun-
' \n» had Ix-en ralmsi, Japanese lantern*
were «(rung in profusion and *inall
uvetgrien tree* dott«*d the lawn. ’1 lie
guest* were received by th«! hot and
WOIflD.S FAI» j
|io»te»* and presented to the Secretary.
Tlie evening w a* eulivened by a musi
cal program, participated in by Mr*.
Zumwalt, Mr*. Gate», Mias lx-ta Nick-
er*on ami Mia* Malxd Nickeraon. Re-
fr,-aliment* were *erved. It wa* a fit-
'ting finale to tin- vl»it ot the <li»tin-
guished guest, who fittingly expressed
Recently Enlarged f
Bia appreciation of the honor. T
25,000 New Words
Secretary Garfield ai. l party
New Gnsetteer of the World
w ifi in. r.' than
tuic-«. baaed > uIto
Ulval eviuiu« return*.
F. IL Newell.
Now Biographical Dictionary
D. C. Hennv,
coiitalnlnir tbs natiK-ai.f <o "T tU’W nujd
J. C. Young,
pvrsuu*. «lain ut l uili, «1« .ub.vlc.
EdlUxtliyW T. It A Kill*. Ph Tl . If. Il.
Mr. Massie and
23S0 Quarto Pages
Mr. and Mr*. Henry Ca«len
Needed in Every I Io me
G. T. Clark
A.-o Wahatar'» Collaglat« Dieth>nary
c. T. Barley
R«cu'«r I.Jiilmt.ia.. , i »I k «
Mr. and Mr» B. E Hayden
t>* Lui* Ldmona>,,a-.(,|i( i« wui«-l n-«
Mr. and Mr». 'A'. If. Heileman
C. C. Hogue
>• ><KE, • |>wt..nuu7WHakba"HiaMrsaU
Mr. and Mr». Ray D. Hubbard
G. & C. MERRIAM CO..
Fwkllelkeee, 5prin*ti*id. Meae,
D. W. Murphy
Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Sargeant
Mr. ami Mrs. I S. Vorhee*
lt.W Wardwell .
Mr. mid Mr*. Cha». E. Worden and
Mr*. G. W. White
Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Delzell
Mr. and Mr».
Mr. and Mr*
Mr. nnd Mr».
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Un<l Mr*. W. W. Nicker». II
• Mli-i . I
M r. and Mr*.
Mr. and Mr*.
L»r a dr
Judge and Mt«. H. L. Benson
Mr. and Mr*. <>. A. Stearns
Mr mid Mrs. C. S Moore
; X. » .
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Mm. * John C. Hill and Mias Hill
Notice for Publication
Mis* I Kathryn Clark
Applegate ami Mr*.
t’nltrd Btat«*« Land offlr» l.akevlaw, Ora* ' Capt. . O. C.
lull 19. 1W7.
Noth a 1» harvby <lv«*n that In rotnplianca
with the proalalona of the actol t'ongrtM uf
J. Frank Adams
June 1. 1X7», entitleil. " Au act tor the »ale of
Mis* Mnliel Nickerson
timber land« In the Btate« of ( aDforma, Ore-
ffon. Nevada, and Washington Territory.” a» |
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gatee
•Mended to all the Public l«and Stalos by act
Dr. ami Mr*. Cartwlight
of Auguftt 4. ¡w2. Prod L. Huudarman of
E. P. Morgan
Klamath Falla, county of Klamath State of
H. G. Wilson
Oregon, baa tbl» day Hird i.i tbl« office hi«
appreciated than any other
GET THE BEST
«worn atatanant No. STM, lor the purchawe ul
« of Bra No IM. I n Tp No ;« M. K No. V R W
M.and will offer proof tu ahow that the land
»ought 1» more valuable lor ita timber or
atone than fur agricultural |Hirpo»e«, and to
eatabluh bi» claim to »aid rand before th«*
clerk of Klamath county, Oregon, at hl* ufth-r
at klainaih Falla, Oregon, on Wednaaday, the
2nd day of October, IW7
lie namea a« witue»M*R :
Archie Joluixtun, Fr«*<l Applegate, t'harle»
Donart and Um. .Mendenhall all of Klamath
Any and all I’rtaon« claiming adversely th*
abuae-dracrlbad lamia are rrqueeted to Hie
their claim» In thia office on wr before »aid
2nd «lay of October, 1WJ7.
7 «26 t-2S
J * N WATSON. Kvgiater.
Notice for Publication
t'nlle.l Stall'» l.sn>! Illtlc.'. I.«kuvli>w, Or«-
gon, July 19.1W7.
Moller la hereby given that In compliance
with the pruvlalena of the act of Cong re»¡» of
June ;t, U7s, entitled ••An act for the gale of
timber land* In the Blate« <»( California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Waahlngton Territory,” an
extended to an the PublU Land Blate» by act
of AngUNl 4, IMW, Either <>. Applegate,
of Klamath Falla* county
ban thin day
in thl» office tier »worn atatertient No. 37;< h ,
for tht purchase of the h’aM,l4aud av^sw1« of
HOC. No. 20, III Tp. NO. I m B, It No. 10 E W M,
and will offer proof to »how that the land
«ought I n more valuable fur iln timber or Ntoue
than for agricultural purpoNcn, and to vntab
llnh her claim tonaid laud before the county
clerk of Klamath county, Oregon on Wedne»«
day the 2nd
uf Oi'lol.ei ,IW7.
She name* *» wltnea»«*;
llermau Hclnnor u( Hairy, Oro., John Jun«
sen, Fri'.l (.'oilman and Uottfrleil Noubert o(
Klaimuli hall*, Oregon.
Any anil all person, claiming aitverMly th«'
alwve-cteacrllxid lamia are re.|iie»ti"l to tile
llielr claims In till« uflleo ou 01 Ixilur«, »*1.1 '2nd
•yiay of October, liw;.
J, N Watson, Rtglater.
A crowd of young thieve* have been
"doing” the orchard* of the town for
tlie past several nights, and as a conse
quence there nre many trees minus
their fruit. The theft of the fruit was
not so luid ns was the damage done.
Not satisfied with stealing the fruit they
broke off large limbs. After years of
labor, it is discofiraging for a man to
get up in tlie iipirning and find that a
gang of hoodlum* nearly ruined liin
labors in one night. Parents should see
tlint their children are at home night*.
Keep them off the streets nt night while
they are young and you will keep them
out of the penitentiary when they are
older. The Curfew law should be rigidly
enforced and through thia medium, if no
oilier, save the orchard* of the city.
I lie Midway Bar lias just received a
large shipment of Mineral water, includ
ing such well known brands as Shas
ta. Cold Steel and Castle Kock. They
propose to make a specialty of family
trade, ami in accordance with that plan
will ileliver the mineral water free of
charge to any home in the city, where
the order is for a dozen or more liottles.
They are prepared to sell it in any
quantities, especially in ca«e lots.
Cases contain 50 quarts. Call 520 and
Anyone wanting to buy juni|x-r wtxxl
Excursion to Keno, hunday. Boat
will do well by calling U|x>n Ju». A.
at‘i <«'. lock. I * .■ borir- at Kern,.
Bingham or drop card in the
A good time for *11. Round trit, fl.
You miy be one who need* to get the first bottle--C>o
it. You’ll be thankful for the suggestion.
ON SALE AT ALL FIRST CLASS PLACES
The Cantanta Queen Esther will la-
produced in thia city August 0, under
the aUHpice* of the Women* Club.
Prof. Robert* of Chicago ha* charge of
William Corp. brother of Mi*. F. E.
Boyd and 11 former resident of thia
county, w.i„ killed al Yreka laat Sunday.
Mr». Boyd wa< *uuioi<>ned by telegraph
and left for Yreka Monday.
Ule can supply you
Frank Heitkemper of Portland and
<>. Brandenburg of Grant's |Pa»ii, who
linve lx-en visiting Mr, and Mr*.
Heit kt mper, Jr., for several weeks,
turned to their le me* tin* week.
TENTS, CANV AS
The hnwrball ^nuit* la-tw«. en Bonanza
an I Merrill, played in this city last
Sunday, was about the warmest affair
that lias lx—n brought ff at the fair
ground*. Merrill won iy a score of
12 to «.
UKKI Roll* Choice Wall Paper
All at ]*q>ular prices
Baldwin the Hardware Dealer
Fort Klamath is hxated in the
northern part of Klamath county,
and i* in the center of what i* rvcog-
tiized a* the Switzerland of America.
In dose proximity tot'rater Lake and
surrounded by the greatest natural
and scenic wonders on the continent,
it w ill, within a few year*, be one of
the greatest tourist resort» on the
Evervlxxly is busy now|witli hay, mid
while the crop is rather light there will
be enough to w inter all stix'k and some
left over. Some of our rancher* are
baling with a view to shipping this fall,
which is an easy pnqxisition now that
navigation of Wood River is possible.
Charley Lenx and party were here
this week on a hunting and fishing trip.
Harry Jones, who has been sciouslv
ill for some days, is out again but still
We are having an unusually large
numlier of visitor* for this time of the
year for Crater latke. Several parties a
day for the past week. The road is now
free from snow and teams can drive to
Miss Etta Smart and Mis* Hazel Bur
ris are home from a visit to Mrs. Arant
at Crater Lake.
Col. Holabird and son were visitors
I here Inst Monday.
Mis» Lena Maxon, of Jackson County,
is helping Mrs. Hoyt to entertain guests
at tl e hotel.
Mrs. H. T.. Scott is superintending the
table decorations at "The Hoyt.” in
winch line she is a special artist.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Melhase are visit
ing here, and after living here for twenty
visits Fred has finally found time to go
up and see Crater Lake.
Mrs. C. E. Hoyt has been quite sick
for some days, but thanks to Dr. Best
she is improving rapidly.
AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES
K K K STORE
senator mvi . key
Dr. Arthur T. Blachly and Miss Grace
M. Rand and McPherson C. Maddox
and Miss Bailey were the participants
in a double wedding nt Klamath Agency
Wednesday evening, when they were
united in marriage by the Rev. Mr.
Grafious. All of the contracting parties
are well known nml popular in this
county and are receiving the good
wishes mid congratulations of their
/ aim to be reliable
Fo-e* of Example.
“Talk about the instinct of the lower
orders! I built a little two story bouse
for our parrot uot long ago. and the
very next morning after I put her in It
she looked out of the window and
greeted me in a very profane fashion.”
“Why should she do that?’’
••Complaining about the house. I
“But why should she swear at you?”
“Took me for the janitor, no doubt.”
—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Th* Almighty Dollar."
A recent headline. “Rule of the Dol
lar,” has suggested the Inquiry. Who
originated the familiar phrase “the
almighty dollar?” It was Washington
Irving In ‘ The Creole Village,” which
he published in 1S37. The phrase be
came so popular and excited so much
controversy in consequence of a doubt
whether the adjective was Irreverent
that Its author had to explain eighteen
years later that he had intended “no
Irreverence, even to the dollar, which
he la well aware Is becoming daily
more nnd more nn object of worship."
"Dollar" Is certainly one of the world's
great words now. nnd it Is difficult to
realize that it only means “valleyer,”
the "thaler" having lieen named after
the Joachlmsthal. in Bohemia. In whose
valley It wns first coined in the six
teentli century London Chronicle.
Nearly nil the Greenland glaciers and
tongues from the internal Ice cap ter
minute in vertical faces from 100 to
1,000 feet high, presenting facilities for
investigation. The vertical faces reveal
pronounced atratifleatlou on the basal
ice, even earth materials In the bases
curried by the lee being arranged In
layers. Fine laminations were seen
twelve or twenty to nu Inch. The lay
ers are sometimes twisted nnd con
torted and even “shoved" over each
other. The glacier movement nt the
Ice border Is a foot per day to a foot
CAPITALISTS AND STOCKMEN
Absurdly low prices on 65,000 ACRES of
OREGON CENTRAL MILITARY ROAD
LAND IN KLAMATH COUNTY.
Rent or Sell on Easy Terms.
T. W. STEPHENS
Z, TRY THE V?
AS FOR PRICES YOU CAN JUDGE
AHERICAN HOTEL BLDG.
R. M. BOLLER