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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 12, 1908.
I m » ntlv«rti«»<l for In ■■■■>11 sections of ■
imi« or so, In or<l«r to giv« th« farmer*
under th« canal an opportunity to bld
on lb« work. There ar« certain aeaaona
of the year alien the farmer* are Idle,
and with the team* tliuy use on the
larina thia work could lie done at a
great advantage to lliain, If the con
tra* t* were not too large for them to
handle. The Ilepartment lia* alwaya had
a disposition tu favor the land owner*
hy allowing them to work on the pro
ject*, and It I* Iwlieved that they will
eue tit to reduce the *11« of the contract*
and allow the farmer* to do moat of the
Association is Back
ing up the Service
WILL ASK FOR FUNDS
Make Final Arrangements
for Annual Meeting
The Board of Directors of th* Klamath
Water (leer* Aaeoclatlon convened in
regular monthly aeeaion at 2 o’clock
Halurday afternoon with atery mem tier of
tlie board in attendance. I'reaident
Aiea Martin, Jr., called th* meeting to
order and the following officer* re*pond
ed to th* roll call by Hecrelary Chssiain:
Director* J Erank Adam*, If. J Ander
«• hi , W. C. Halton, D F. Driscoll, Jacob
Hueck, O. A. Hlearna, J. U. Hleveuson
and K. It 1' William*. AttMMJI It B,
Hmith. Treasurer U, W. While being
the only officer* nut preaent.
The board was Imay during the early
afternoon trauaacting the regular busl-
neaa that accumulate* from mouth to
month, and after tinlahing this their
attention waa given to making arrange
ment* fur tlie regular annual meeting
which convene« on April tlh, at which
time the officers for the ensuing year
will be elected unle** tlie plan proposed
to adjourn the meeting until aometime
In June be carried Into effect.
The argument In favor ot the chang«
<d <late I* that April I* usually a lord
month tor traveling and that the farm
er* are quite busy at that time getting
ready tor eprlng work. Tlile matter
wa* pretty thoroughly dtacuaeed at the
regular meeting laat year and the *enU
menu of the *lockhuld«r* were strongly
In favor of a change of time for holding
the annual meeting.
There will Iw great thing* doing In Ir
rigation work In Klamath County tin*
Hummer, If tire united effort* of the di
rector* of the Water User* A*e<>< l*tion
avail anything. The entire lo>ard are
unanimously in favor ot rushing the
work on the project, and the people of
the county can safely figure on the com
mencement of the Upper project and
Clear lake dam. and an increased force
on tlie Lower project and the Keno
At the director* meeting Haturday, a
resolution waa passel asking Engineer
Murphy to make a report of the work
that should tie done ti.i* year and an es
timate of the probable coat.
Murphy I* heartily in accord with the
feelings of the Association and will as-
slat them in their recommendation*. A*
soon as tlie eetimale of the coat I* ob
tained, a demand will Ire made on the
Itepartmenl tor an appropriation and
every Influence will I m < brought to bear
to obtain sufficient money to rush the
work on this project, and It I* l>elleved
that the demand*of the Association will
A very popular action wa* taken by
the director« id the Water User* Asso
ciation at their meeting Haturday. A
resolution was passed addressed to the
Reclamation Service, recommending
that bid* for the construction of lateral*
in I'olilb s"
0, A Howard
"The Influence of tlie Young Man in
the Hocial Life”. .
"The Influence of the Young Man In
the Church” ... Rev. Gao T. Pratt
"The luidles" .., ......... R II. Dunbar
"Th* Bald««" ...
W. II. M ssm
' I . llogue
W H. Slough
"Our Guests” ..
Those present were
C. E Worden,
J. F. Ottellel, R E. Wattenburg, A. W.
I’ril, W. II. Ilt-drman. R- Brigham,< ie»
D. Grixslv, Harry Cadcn, W. E. Eaught,
J. M. Pinkt-rlon, 1» II Ward, ». J
Boo rev, G. W White, Mr Mill», Hr., C.
P. Gregory, Burg« Mason, A. M. Wor
den. <». H. ftalrs, I
B Hall. Ia-*lie
Rodger*, Richard H. Hmith, Fred Camp
bell, Wilbur White, f. B. Mason, C. L.
Hclmltur k, W. I -l.of, W II M»-n.
W. A. Hlougli, Geo. T. I’ratt, W. A. Del-
sell, C. C. Hogue, Alex Martin, Jr., C.
A.Howard.Geo. Hill. Mr Jackson, L. J.
Boorey, Roy Walker, T. W. Zimmer
man, F. L. Humphrey, Marshall Clapp,
W. W. Mendenhall, E. 9. Phillip*, !..
Alva Lewi*, J G. Hwan and R. H.
2500 Acres Free
The Lakeaide company ha* 2600 acre*
of land under the Adam* ditch that it
will give RENT F REE tor one year.
Thia include* the use of the land and
The renter must clear and
place the land in cultivation. The rent
er get* all the crop but we reserve the
right to pasture the stubble.
The l.ake*id* Company,
J. Frank Adam*. Manager.
The Klamath Oil Co.
Owing to numerous inquiries, for in
formation, and a place to purchase
stock, have made arrangement* to pro
vide such a place at Heitkemi>er'* jew
elry store. Stock can be bought and
any informatu n regarding the company
can I« obtained by calling on Mr.
Heitkemper at a:iy lune
FOR SALE A four rtsrni cottage
with outbuildings, city water in kitchen;
fine fruit trees; must sell quick.
Mason St Slough.
Win, Allen left Sunday morning
for Yaqulna Bay for a lew months stay.
YOUR FAITHFUL WATCH
!,„.7. "■ :
Will you give it to ono who is not quali
fied, to repair or clean? Or will you
leave it with mo, which asaures you
good honest work with a responniblo
G. Heitkemper *•
leading Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
All goods bought here engraved free
Decide« Aqainst System
tion. It also includes th* townsit« of
Thi* property lies in th*
heart of the Klamath Basin, and is
conceded to be one of the finest tract*
of land under the Klamath Irrigation
Project. Of this land 320 acre* has a
perpetual water right from tlie govern -
It is tlie intention of tbe Company to
engage extensively in raising hogs and
other live stock. Each share of stock
will represent one acre of land, upon
which the Company claims they can
fatten ten hogs with a net profit of 56
each. Tbe Comftany also plans to es
tablish a general store at Henley, and a
grist mill, fruit cannery ami other busi
The officers ol the new Company are;
J. D. Carrol), president; Frank Ira
White, vice-president; E. B. Hall. Sec
retary, and W’. A. Dalxell, treasurer.
There are five directors, which in-
clutle the four officers and Perl E. Car
roll. Offices have been secured on the
second floor ol tbe Baldwin Building in
Tlie Civic Federation, having al the
Pat Colahan I* the proud claimant of a
new boy born Thursday. We haven’t
last meeting referred to tl>« Executive
how the troy and Ills mother are
Committee certain resolution* having
getting on, but th« neighbor* think Pat
to do with the installation of a fire
alarm system, we have considered th*
C. C. Chitwood, aspirant for office of
advisability ol inalalllng such a system,
County treasurer was making friends in
«side from it* legal aspect, and with tine
regard to it* feasibility. While we are
J. H. Hobbs waa in Dairy Haturday
all heartily In accord with any improve
a<'uornp*ni«tl by Mont Robinson. Mr.
Hohl** aspire* to Ire County school sup
ment* that would in any manner what
erintendent and is out looking over the
soever Itenefll the city, we do not con
field and making bimself acquainted
sider it wise to install a Ore alarm sys
with the voter*
tem at th« present time, liecau*« such a
Monday brings more candidate*.
system would lie absolutely of no value
1 Thl* time Messers. Gowen and Withrow
in the present «tale ol our water system.
¡come t<> tell us how well they will serve
if we will let them.
In order that you may understand
tin* clearly, wm give Itelow the name* of
Carl Adams says cooking is not what
I It* cracked up to tie, anti dishwashing is
the streets on which a Are might be
of the question all together, Iteeide*
•uccessfully fought from the Ore main*:
if the madam rlont come borne soon the
From the pump to th« reservoir, there
stock will starve. He dont have time to
is a lour Inch pipe; on California Ht.,
j cook and do the choree loo.
from Conger Ave. to Fifth Ht., a six
Mr. Geo. Hmyth. Scy Pool and Ja*.
inch pipe; on Conger Ave., from the
f»gue from the upper end of the valley
were trotting in Hairv Tuesday.
pump to Main Ht., a six inch pipe; on
Main Ht., from the bridge east, a six
i H.T. Carrol, Thompson Diggs sales-
keno, Mar., 11 (Hpectal Correspon- < |Oani waa in Dairy Tuesday.
Klamath County can get wbat she is
Inch pipe; on Fifth Hl., from Main to
entitled to if she only goes after it in
M D. Williams came ont Tuestlay to
the reservoir, a six inch pipe, which deuce to Republican) The saw mil) lie-
the right way. On February 20tb, th*
connect* with the other aix inch main longing to the Long I-ake Lumber ‘•o •"<»« surveying for H. D. Tooker.
contemplating run Preaident of tbe Water Users Associa
on California St.; at-roe* the river either Company, located about one half mile
Mr. Geo Ritter «*■ in Hairy Thurs
ning an automobile line to Crater Lake tion wrote tbe Department of Agricul
* six inch or a four inch main. This
from thi* place, was burned to the day after supplies. He tbiuk* there this summer are liable to be disap ture, requeuing that a soil survey be
will be plenty of water from the snow
means that more than three fourth* of
lit« city is without water sufficient for ground at I o’clock thi* morning. iri the mountains to All the Ritter A pointed, if they continue in their belief made of th* Klamath Project.
Bennst reservoir this spring.
that it is not ueceeeary to have a permit Harcli 3, the Chamber ot Commerce al
protection. Of what uae would a Hr* Home of the men who were employed
Mr. Manuel Viera came ont Thursday to run their line through the National so took tbe matter up and pasaeti a reao-
alarm *y*teui be under such conditions? there visited the mill about 10 o’clock
; lution favoring the survey, which was
Now to any one who has I teen to fires 1 Tuesday evening, on their return from for the first time in some weeks.
Mr*. F. C. lee and P H. Gray from
The Government has granted to The sent to the Department. The resolu
In till* city, outside the streets named, i
church. At that hour nothing unusual Poe Valiev were in Dairy Thursday. Klamath Company the privilege for all tion and letters were also sent to Sena
it ha* Iteen apparent that the water 1
We hear that .Mr. Gray lias leased Mr*.
pressure was not sufficient to give any | was in evidence and no sign of Are visi Lee’s ranch and will become a citixen of concession» within the Park. Of course tor Fulton and Congressman Hawley,
this will not prevent private parties asking them to urge th* Department to
(one to the stream.
A fair illustration !
from going to tbe lake in «n automobile undertake the work.
ol this was the tire in which the home ' building was enveloped in flames aed
Miss May Robinson returned to her
or carriage, but no line can be ran for
Tbe following letter, practically grant
of Mr* Hlater ami tlie steam laundry In ; was soon burned to the groand. Tbe school at Hilderbrand Thursday.
profit unless arrangement« are made ing th* request, has been received by
th« east part of loan went up In smoke. |
origin of the fire is a mystery. There
happy a* when be came through Dairy with the Company having tbe conces Mr. Martin. As thi* latter was written
No water could lie gotten on the flame*
tbe other evening. Agreeable company sion.
before tbe resolution of th* Chamber of
until the lots« wa* extended Itack to the
ba* a good effect and we dont blame
Will G. Steel, who is connected with , Commerce reached the Department, it
larger main. The reason tor thi* i* that
Billy for looking pleased.
The Klamath Company .states that they an be seen that the additional support
the pipe* outside the section named
Thursday, Mr*. Scbmohr made her re have been trying to make arrangements of this body will tend to hurry the com
alsive, are one inch and two Inch, and
Mr. Jone* ha* given up tbe hotel, and gular trip to Bonanxa with butter. We with some concern to put in an auto line mencement of the survey. The letter
every e*|>eriemed person know* that it
dont blame Bonanxaite* (or eating good
Mr*. Pratt and Fanny Gorden have ta butter and that is tbe kind they get from during the coming summer, bnt *0 far to Mr. Martin follows :
I* useless to attach a four-inch boee to
have been unsuccessful.
ken charge of the same. They will Mr*. Schmore.
Mr. Al*x. Martin. Jr.,
•uch a pl[•« and expect to ge< any pres
rangement* are made very soon tbe
dish up hash in Mr*. Pratt’* new build
Pre*. Klamath Water Users Ass'n.
Mr* Emma Burgdorf went to Kla Company will commence laying plans
ing on the opposite corner from the old math Falla Monday and will remain
We understand that hydrants outside
hotel building. These ladies are good there for sometime for tbe good ot her for a stage line. A big rash of tourists
I wish to acknowledge receipt of
Ilin section named above, are attached to
is expected to tbe lake this summer and
cooks, and will give general satisfaction. health.
your letter of February 20, requesting
these small pipe* and that the council (
Mr. John Hansen was in town Tues It would add greatly to the convenience that a soil survey be made of the Klam
Th* time of the contract for tbe sale
is paying rent for them. Example* of
day with a lot of eggs. Mr. Hansen f this pleasure trip if automobiles could
ath Fall* irrigation project. I shall be
lite»« are the hydrants corner Sixth and of Mrs. Pratt’s timber to A. Kinney has comes every 14 day* ami bring* tbe
be used, making connection with th«
glad to place this application on file and
Walnut (Hunsaker aland Heventh street expired, and now the Ixing Lake Lum largest and nicest eggs that come to
boats on tbe Upper Lake.
ber Company will have to look else Dairy.
arrange for a survey at a* early a date
at Mrs. Van Btimnier*.
a* practicable. It is difficult to stat*
Instead ol buying a |2ou0 fire alarm where tor timber to saw in their Keno
A wedding occured at the residence of
'ieo. Hmytli Wednesday at the hour of
the exact time when thi* survey can be
system, to Iw »iterated in connection . mill.
To Manufacture Brick
with such an inferior fire protection, It I Rev. Creeey is holding a protracted 1 o’clock P. M. Alfred Wallis and
undertaken on account of th* large
Mis* Martha Logue were the contract
Goeller & Wattenburg are making ar
seem* to u* that It woald li* far (tetter meeting in the Keno hall. He is as ing itarties, Judge Griffith the officating
number of request* that are on hand
rangement* to put in a brick manufact
and tbe limited amount of money ava il
lor the council aud Mayor to iuaut that > sisted by Rev. Brown, of Jackson coun minister, Alfrs-si Burdorf acted as best
uring plant near Klamath Falls this i
able for thia work. Recently I have r*-
the W'ater Company put in a system of ty, and also tbe Rev. Mr*. Brown, of man, Miss Anna Hmyth a* bridesmaid. 1
Spring. The plant is expected to arrive
| ceived a very urgent request from Uon.
main* that will give u* the needed ser the same place. Quite an interest is | Those present were the parent* of tbe
1 young couple, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smyth here shortly and will be installed at
vice and then get an alarm system to being made manifest in tbe meeting.
■ nd family. Thoe. Michal and wife, once. Before ordering their machinery W. C. Hawley, who represen'a th* First
cover it. By tlie time they succeed in 1 Bing Grubb is visiting bi* son and Henry Wallis and wife. Wm. Logue,
Congressional District of Oregon, for a
Alltert Burdorf, Mrs. Chas. Woelk, M. they have had the clay tested to see if survey of thi* district, and be waa in-
getting the Water Company to do it* daughter in Keno.
I P. Nelson and wife, DeWitt Wallis, and it would be suitable for first class brick. , formed that tbe request would be given
duty, no doubt the taxes will bring in
J. L. Padgett is making preparation* other*. Among the presents given was The following letter received by theee
money enough to cover the purchase of
to move to Ashland. His house caught | a parlor lamp by J. W. Logue,father of : gentlemen from the Michigsn Brick A
the alarm, legally.
Very Truly Yours,
tbe bride, water set by Mr*. Geo, Smyth, I
Are the other morning, but the Are was
preserve set by Miss Anna Smvth, cake
(Signed) W T. S hivs ,Chairman.
Milton Whitney, Chief of Bureau.
extinguished before much damage wa* I plate by Mary Hmvth. glass set by Mr. | the superior quality of the Klamath ;
(Signed) Hagar Canas, Secretary.
A letter was also received by Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. .Mitcbael, set of dishe* County clay.:
from Senator Fulton acknowledg
The sick children ar* all improving
; by Henry Wallis, chocolate *et by Mrs. 1 you sent us an ! have run it and made ing the receipt of hi* request, promising
Opposed to County Division now.
, Nelson. After «haring the sumptuous , some nice small bricks. It rune very hi* hearty support, and stating that he
Bonsnsa. March, Vth, 1908.
ProMCUting Attorney W. J. Moore ; fexst provided by Mrs. Smyth tbe crowd nice and easily, making a nice column, would urge the matter before th* De-
separated to meet again in tbe evening I
Editor Republican: In apolitical cam left yesterday morning for his home at at the home of Mrs. Wallis, where their and if dried in a beck as we suggested ; partment at once.
you will find no trouble with the bricks |
paign misrepresentations are to be ex
many friends onjoved the light fantastic ! cracking. You can make them just as |
Very few people realise what thia sur
S. Herlihv and wife,of Naylox, who toe until the wee small hours of the I fast as you want to.”
pected, anti usually they can be safely
vey will mean to tbe land owner* of
Ignored. Homebody ha* hail sufficient
Klamath County. With a completo
and the east the past winter, returned
idle time to iuvent and circulate the home Tuesday evening.
lassification of tbe soils, it will be easy,
preposterous theory that my candidacy
with information obtainable from th*
for the state senatorship is (tased on an
Plans are now on foot, which if ath county. TOIS acre«. 5<X) acres timber estimated .Agricultural Department, to know just
to Mr. anti Mr*. C. A. Bunting, of Mer
intention of dividing Klamath County, rill, a nine pound boy.
carried out, will add millions to the to run from 10 to 12 million feet of timber, con- what crop each particular section of th*
Bonanxa to lie the county seat of the
value of land in the Wood River country •iatinff of yellow pine, white pine and flr. 500 county is beet adapted to. Th* Depart
W* have three ranches for rent.
new county. I notice the »illy story on
; and especially along the river and, acre« of rraas ar.d hay land. 1U00 acre« of tule ment also issue* complete map* of th*
MASON & SLOUGH.
swamp. Small houee and bam. Nine mile« of
ly to protest that such statement*,
marsh. It will in reality mean the de- ; wire fence, barb wire. Seven milea of aix wires survey, showing every division of land,
M. P. Nelson, one of tlie well known velopenient of the rich lands in the
though utterly without foundation, have
and two mile« of Are wires. Swamp la fed by I and those alone are very valuable to the
a tendency to mar the pleasant relation* rancher* of Youna Valley, was io the northern part of the county.
lars« sprln<a raisin« on ths ground of ths place. proepective buyer.
that should, and I lielieve do, exist be
It is repcrted that Mr. Weed, whose About 700 acres can be irrigated and drained by a I
iarge flood gate. Price 112.50 per acre. Title
H. M. Cake has begun a tour of th*
tween the several section* of our county,
state in the interest of his candidacy for land extends a distance of about guaranteed. A key to the surrounding country
County Clerk Chastain was busy
it I* difficult to understand how it the Republican nomination for United aix mile* along the river, will engage which it quite a stock esuntry. Thirty-flve miles
and yesterday receiving tes
could lie imagined that I or any other State* Senator.
Frank Adams dredger to throw up a aaat of Ashland andt wenty mi lee west of Klamath
timony in th* contest of Harry Wilson
resident could possibly favor th« main
J. H. Carroll has madea contract with dyke along the west side of the river
Address P. O. Box 156. Ashland. Oregon.
I against the homestead of H. J. Winters.
taining of two county governments in a the Reclamation Hervice for a right of bordering on his property, to prevent it
territory that finds it expensive enough way aero«* the Bloomingcamp ranch, a (rum overflowing. If the Adams dred
to maintain one; ami especially since a ilistance of hall a mile. This matter ha* ger is brought to Wood River, it is stat
Iteen hanging tire for some time as Mr.
greater |>art of our land* will for a num
Murphy was not in fa vor of paying |75 ed that there will be work there fur it
l>er ot year* have to contribute $2 to f;l an acre, the price asked by Mr. Carroll. (or the next two years.
per acre each year toward the payment The Water Users Association, however,
All tbe big swamp land owner* are
id a water-right. If such an abanrditv recommended that Mr. Carroll be paid anxious to use it to reclaim their over
his price, a* it wa* ouly a matter of a
calls for any statement from me, I will few acre*.
flowed land, and undoubtedly the )>eo-
say: If 1 am nominated and elected,
ple in the vicinity of Fort Klamath will
A numlier of parties have begun agi
as now seems proltable, I will not intro
tating the proposition of a new court raise enough money to have the river
duce or favor in any way, any bill to hous« building. They favor bringing straig .toned out and o)>ened to naviga-
divide the county or to lose it any of its 'lie matter before the people at the com I tion. If the west side of the river is
territory, but will actively oppose any ing election. It is improbable that any banked, it will force the Indian Depart
such movement. If I knew how to ex thing will lie done further than discuss ment to do the same with the east sitle
ing it at the present time, as in this re
press thia more strongly without swear spect, the county is in the »«me condi along the reservation lands. If this is
Ing, I would do so.
tion as the city. It ha* already ex done over 100,000 acres will be reclaimed I
ceeded it* legal indebtedness.
H. L. Holgate.
and lieeoine valuable land.
Long Lake Lumber Co.
ORIGIN OF FIRE UNKNOWN
Men’s Club Social
A moat delightful affair wa* tlie ban
quet given Thursday evening by the
Men’s Club of th« I’reibyterian Church
to mernlwr* and Invited guest*. The
preparation* and service were in charge
id the lathee of the l.atlie* Aid Society
ami most successfully did they carry
them out. The tables wore artistically
an<i taatefully arranged and were well
laden with good things to eat. Ale*
Martin, Jr., presided as toasimaster In
hi* usual happy manner. Many happy
thought*, witty, humorous and serious
were eipressetl in the toasts which wer«
responded to a* follow*:
•'The Value of th« Young Man, Pres
ent ami Poiniitial" .,. W. A. Helsel)
“The Influence of the Young Man
1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ !
OffIc III Newspaper
of Klamath County
No Insurance Was Carried
on Building Contents
Work Will Be Under
taken by Government
AS SOON AS FUND PERMIT
W. H. Bohannon, of the Dorri* Boos
Full blood I rown leghorn egg* for ter, who is in today, state* that
To Build Town at Henley
sale. Setting* reasonable. E. L. Hop the flrat of a party of seventy live fam
of incorporation have been
kins, 11th and Pine Sts.
ilies of Hunkard* arrived Monday at
filed with the Secretary of State and al
Macdoel. These people aie from In
Mrs. Wright has the Delineator, But-
so with the County Clerk of Klamath
diana, Iowa, Illinois and other middle
terick fashions and Buttarick pattern*
County by the Cantrall-Henley Land
west states. Over 150 families are mak
Company, with J. D. Carroll, Frank I
for sale at her home on Pine between
ing arrangement* to come to Butte Val
5th andfith street*.
Ira White aud Perl E. Carroll as in-'
ley during the summer, 75 of which will
Chas. Shattuck I* overhauling the arriv* thi* spring.
The purpose* ol th* Company as d«s-1
steam plant and fixing up the boiler* at
Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Nsilson and child, ignat*d by the article* ar«: To buy J
G.tellers mill. Mr. Goeller recently had
of Lakeview, passed through the city sell and manufacture lumber; To hold
trouble with the Electric Light Company
Sunday enrout* to California, where : and ow n real property and improve
and I* now- preparing to install his]own
Mr. Neilson will receive treatment for same for the purpoee of leasing and
i other pnrpoees; The buying and selling
cancer of th* face.
Mall Route Inspector Vaile, arrived
Th* Civic Federation will hold it* regu of domestic animals and importing and
here Friday and spent Saturday going lar monthly meeting at th* court hou«* exporting same; To deal in grain,1
maintaining and operating a flour mill;,
over records in the local postoffice. He this evening.
To establish a plant (or canning and
left Monday morning to make al thor
Th* ba*k*t-bull gam* last evening preserving of fruit, etc.
ough investigation of the proposed mail
resulted in a victory forth* Whit*Star*
The capital stock is placetl at 5500,000,'
route via Weed. The establishment of
by a scor* of 2? to 21.
, with 5000 share* at 5100; 3000 of thi* in
thi* route will depend Isrgely on Mr.
Don’t forget th* Firemen’* ball preferred and 2000 common stock.
Vaile* report and judging from the way
The property of th* Company con
ho has expressed bimself, he is not riarch 17.
strongly in favor with the new route un
C. L. Kelaey, who ha* b**n «pending sists of th* Cantrail, Henley and Bloom-
til the one via Poksgama (ball be dis the winter In Southam California, re ingcamp ranches consisting of 2000
turned horn* laat evening.
acre* all adjoining and under cultlva-1
We Do Picture Framing
We have just received a complete line of
Picture Frames and Moulding
Let us frame that picture of yours. Prices reasonable
Our Responsibility Ends When You are Satisfied
Successor to R. n. Dollar
E. W. GILLETTE & CO.