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Cai|etihis have tinishe-l pulling a
new front in the Momiieli salis-n build
Two n**w Cyprgss incubet* M and
brooder« for axle Rest on earth.
T W. Stephens.
Mrs. J. I . Rateimui is gradually t
covering from i severe »lek spall.
PASTURE for all kinds of «lock.
Stock taken about April I. Cow s taken
out mornings and brought in evenings.
Address R L. KIDDLE, Klamath
4-2 4-30 •
4¡ Full«. «*•
M c have three ranches lur rent.
MASON* SI t»l Utt
Gen, Riehn and wife left for San Fian-
TTlFv Welti to see
the licet COiue ill.
The American Lady Shoe
Cha*. Paltee of B-manaa was a com.y
seat visitor today.
Mr*. 0» E. Meldrum has gone to Pot-
land tor an extended vi*lt.
Board by the week $4 Qu at Willson’s
Hmetican Yield Fence
and KOKOriO LAWN
II A R II f l>
I D. Ro-s, of I’«« Valley, was in th«;
city Saturday on busmens.
I>o not buy blended whiskey. When
von want pure whiskey see that ills'
out up under the ginernmeiit s “bonded
warehouse stamp,-' a* is Hie Continen-
tai whisker, Water Mill whiskey. Nor
mniidie rye snd.F. F. V. rye. Sold by
0. I'. W.'l-. n. ‘
Sv«* .VI y L»r innmlt Und«.
Mr* AU*I Adv and children
lh M vis
Lauding Itilax I«»
ran indvtinitc pcruul. Airs.
l.ime in any quantities.
C. D. Willson.
ROBERTS & HANKS
E. W Z Ritchie, who w&a ¡ormvrly
I m -.«led at Merrill, ia now in thia city
anil is employe«I in the (>. K. Imitar
*»ho|». He spent the Winter in Port
WALL PAPER " \I.L PAPER
tiSXl Rolls Choiii* Wall P.i|a*r
All at |»pular pi ices
Baldwin the Hardwaie Dealer
J. A. Houston i* getting In- hotel ill
bape so that be will soon be aide
o|eu his dinning room. The place will
!■« neat slid modern throughout.
Mrs. Hariy stilts is enjoying a vi«it
from her nster. Mrs. Hessie Purmoit,
wiio arrived fieri* fr-uu I.-* Angele- la-l
tier». II. WiHklbury has r<-tiirue>l from
an extended visit at Portland.
Small tracts of well locate-l tuh* marsh
lands offered for on« week at *20 |«*r
sere. AI t I Ailv.
The band dance Friday waa largely
attended ami ail w ho were there had a
| very pleasant time. The dances ol tlie
l-a-id are liecoming very popular.
I lie i-iipil« <>f tlie Seventh and I ¡gl-tli
grades chaperoned by Prof. R. II. I>nti-
j liar were out on a picnic t<»lay near the
McCormick place. Therrow I walked to
I the grounds this morning.
Bert Kendall, foreman in th« Kepuidi-
■ an office, and R. R. Allen.of the Herald
I force, left Sunday morning for San
I Francisco. The former will be gone for
several week* and the latter expects to
return in about a wevk.
Of High Grade Jewelry ia now in.
We Have the latest Crenti«n* direct
from the factory. Exquisite Pat
tern* of tire highest iroasibtr grade
of Solid Gold andG >ld Filled Design*
of rare taste executed l>v American
ami Foreign Jeweler*.
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
Ki AM AUI I Al IS. IIRI (KIN
ALEX MARTIN, Vreeidcnl
E. II. REAMES, Vice Presidon I
ALEX MARLIN, Jr., Cashier
LESLIE RtUil Rs, Asst. Cash 1er
The Pioneer Bank of Klamath County
STATI MF.NT OF CONDITION vf 1111 : Cl.o**l OF IIUHI.NEHH
DIT EMBER 31, I'M)».
Hl M«it th » n
I 34O.M0 .HO
Emu« .ind IMNMBta
Ronds and Securities
Reul Entate. Building* and Fixture«
< s-h and Sigili Exchange
11 KHii iru n
Thin Model Watches
Ladies' and Gents' Fobs
Burge Mason came in from hi - Louie
E B. Ramsbv reeeived a telegram alead F’rdsy to get a load of provi
Wednesday evening slating that bis fat sions. His claim is situated North of
her, who resides at Portland, had Blv and is Oiw id those iiwcontlicl with
suffered a stroke of paralysis and that the so-called “sooner«.-* lie will re
I, Alex Martin, Jr., Caslder ol lliealsive named Bank, do solemnly
turn to the woods the tirsi of next week.
■m .ir that the afsive statement Is true to Ilio bevi of my ktiowldgrand belle»«
that there was little bojie for his fe-
Ain Mxirnx, Ju., Caablur.
Bora—To Mr. am! Mrs Henry Hall,
J. W. lb*-!, if <>iksdali*. Wash., is < on April iff, in Alaska,a son. The moth-
Siiliaeribrd ami sworn to laitore m«* tId* itili day of January, IU0H,
here looking over the country with a er was formerly Mis* Elva Galloway,
, tf. Wirita-iw,
Notary Pulille for Oregon.
vie» to investing in farming lands.* Ilis a teacher in the piiblic schools of this
home is in the centre <>( Washington's city.
big farming l>ell.' Mr. Iteed is an uncle
<«. II. Mei-s found an old man. in very
of Tliad McHatton.
i destitute c->n<litiori in the Mei»s A Arm
The government say« that Continen and barn last Saturday. The man was
tai whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor u stranger in this section. The author
mandie Rye and F. F. V. Rye is pure , ¡ties were notified ari l lie was at once
for it is put up under its supervision in I taken to the county poor farm.
lionded w are Imuses. Sold by C. I*.
Carl Wright relumed Sun-lay from
Seattle where lie ha.I Iieen for several
A. Helming A Co. fur merchants months receiving treatment for his in
pays highest eash prices for all kinds of jured knee, lie ha«completely recover
hides and furs. Headquarters Ameri er from Die injury.
Parties coming in Ironi I*»rris
Parties fishing at Link river are bring that Railroad DavVill tie a grand
ing in large catches every day. The cess. Horse racing will l>e on« of
trout are liiting exceptionally weil, but most prominent features. There
the tish are m>t as good as I lit*y were already eight horses on the ground
when the water wa< c-Tder. There in several more rre expected within
nodose season for Oslitng and conse days.
L I.. Bateman l-as purchase-1
qtienlly all who want to ti-li can do go
liorae freight team from I'. E.
w itliont fear from the law.
Depnty Game Warden, M mt E. - -aker and will put the team on tlie run I
lluU-hison has Isien advised that at om-e (<-r tlie McIntire Transportation
M* *-r«. Bolilman an I Finley, rej-iesent- ' Co. Mr. Bateman will haul from Po
stives of the American School of kegama for a time and will then trans
Natural History, would spend the great fer to the Dorris route.
er part of the Summer in Klamath
Friday afternoon the 11 igli School
County gathering information and data. l>a«et-all team vlaved tlie Klamath Hta-a
Tory will arrive here in July or August ( at the Agency an I wa< defeated bv a
and will put in several weeks on the I score of I.*> to II. Tills morning they
played a team made m> of the Agency
It is not likely that anything will lie j employes and in Hie eighth inning the
done this year on the marsh land exper ' score stool II an I. Tlie game was won
iment station. The railroad embark- . hv the Agency team. Ttd« afternoon
merit is completed to a |*'int where it I the High School ami th« Stars nre pl*y-
can lie need as a levee for the reclaim i ing another game.
ing of the land leased the government as
Mayor B. St. George Rishopis making
an experimental farm by Abel Ady. arrangements for an extended camping
Quits Retailing Beer
This land was leased a year ago, but up trip through Luke County. He will
A Rare Bargain
Cottages For Sal
to this time nothing lias been done to i leave ¡¡ere sometime in June and w ill be
Tomorrow is the 1**4 day/on which
2,3211 acres in warm belt of Siskiyou;
reclaim it so that exfierimeiita might lie gone a month or six week*. He ex|*-cts
Cottage No. I. A n -,it
h - ci w ill Is* »irtd at retail «1 ilia brewery.
in progress. The season is now too far to visit all sections of tlie county Io lie- cottage; closet, toilet and a h: piped farming land, balance pasture and wall
advanced to carry on any ex|«rimenta I come acquainted with the lands of that fur hot ami cold water. ,girly ii-eition, watered for stock. The beat sheep A. Caatel, the proprietor, will devote
even should the land be reclaimed this section. It is hi« intention to acquire corner lot; good wood shed; price |2noo; ranch in northern Cslifornia. filt head hi* entire time to supplying the whole-
terms, *1000 cash; balance in Ihrei- of cattle. Io head of horse* and all ag i aalrt trade. In addition to the keg beer
Summer. Since the completion of the lands if he tin Is anything that ia satis years.
ricultural implements go with same and he will pul out l-ottle beer (or the whole
railroad dike it will take very little factory.
Cottage No. 2. A six room cottage price ia only I - 2S per acre *MXN) cat h sale trade. The capacity of the brewery
levee work to enclose the farm.
with closet, toilet and bath, good Wood and balance long term mortgage 7 per
¡.akeview 's new flouring mill will lie shed; price. 41500; term , *T>00 cash, cent take* it. All fenced and Las com will l><- enlarged so that linger quantities
Tm- Police ( nirt has contributed in
balance io three years.
fortable <1 risim house and three large of beer can I«* maniifactiirnd.
round numbed alxint |12lM) to the city completed by the first of September, in
Cottage No. 3 Same as No. 2, ex barns. Old age and loss of wife impels
exchequer in the past two years, or !
year Lake County »offered from a flour cent as to locaction; price, *1(100; ter m<, owner to sell. He has cleared 20 per
cent net for years on same.
pkH) cash, balance in three year*.
I . U. ('.Williams was in the city to at
since A. L. Ia*avitt went into office.
famine and tlie new mill was put up to
Frank W. Hooper,
tend the meeting of the directors of the
The police Judge draws a salary of *400 ' prevent a reoccurence of the shortage
Cottage No. 4. A plain tour t-- m
Box IH4. Yreka, Cal.
per annum, at.d it will lie noticed tliat in the (lour supply. It lias encouraged cottage with large kitchen cabinet, sink
Water I sera' Association Satuidav.
city water in kitchen; pric«, *760;
lie says in tlie I'pper Project about
in the two years the fines collected ag tlie farmers and tlie acreage of wheat is and
terms,cash, balance tn three years.
gregateil approximately *400 in access of
3000 acres of land have hern signed up,
Cottages Nu.fi and No. H Similar to
mu«h larger this year than it ha« K en
tin* salary paid. Judge Leavitt states
in the past month. Ho «ay« that as
that there has been practically no busi- for several years.
soon ns certain doula for lands are closed
An abstract of title furnished with
neas in bis court for the past two
the acerags will be increased. They
A big crew of men are shearing with each.
MASON X SI.OlfGH.
tl»-blades at the Warner canyon shear
Having received the nomination of have lieen making an active campaign
in that section to get landowner« to
Parties coming in from Lakeview say ing corrals Si llenderaon'a band of
9 the Republican party for the office of sign up.
the town needs an electric power plant. I 3200 were shearer! there first of the week.
sheriff, 1 wish to express my apprecia
At present the town is without lights j The clip is said to be exceptionally gorsl
tion of your<'tr»rt« in my behalf. I fee)
Ilio Higli Hcliool liane ball team lost
and power will lie needed to operate the this spring, partly owing to the absence
For Sale 7,000 pounds of Early Ver the more grateful, knowing na I do, ilio Issi game to thè Indiana by a acoro
new mill being constructed. The old of scab among the sheep and part*y lie mont seed potatoes. These potatoes that, it waa the people without any po-
electric plant, located at New Pine cause the range was good all winter and took the premium at the last county itical combination, who have so honored ofl'to H. The boy» icliirned homo
Creek, was destroyed by lire last Fall the sheep kept fat. The price of wool fair. Call ut Burrell Short's. 4 23tf
me. I extend to each of you personally Sunday feeling thiit thoy had buon wag
1 1 my
„ thanks for . your efforts ______
and confl- log n losing Imi tic. Theseaaon ha* only
ami Iras never Iieen rebuilt
Lakeview is not so good as last year. Fifteen
. tin« ton«* a In i«
at . I <lcnrn in me. ..
i* in darkness save for lamp« ar d can cents and possibly a little tietter is talk
just begun and the team mav y«t redeem
ed of. Examiner*.
on a buMnem trip.
W. B. B.irmu .
B. J. miniers
Heating Stoves, Household Utensils, Gun*
and Ammunition, Cutlery—in fact every-
thing in Good Hardware—No shodJy or
Agents celebrated Ellwood Fences—
and everything the farmer needs.
GEO. R. HORN, the Hardware Man
BERT E. WITH HOW
Maps, Plans. Blue Prints, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
DON J. ZUMWALT, C. E.
M. D. WILLIAMS,C. E
For Down-to-Date Job Printing Come to the
Superintendent W. F. Arant, of Cra
ter Lake Park, is purchasing supplies
and material for the few improvement«
that will be made on the park thia year.
He han about *1100 left over from last
year's appropriation whit^i will pur
chase moat of the supplies and material.
The improvement« will not be very ex
Most excellent progrese in lieing made
on the foundation for the new Court
Hou«e, and it is ex|**cte I that the end
of the week will see the stone work com
pleted. There will lie a six f<xi’ brick
wall on top of the atone to complete the
Iras iinent, and the laying of brick will
be commenced next week. Judge Paly
is highly pleased with the manner in
which the work is being conducted under
Goo. R. Burn has begun the work of the supervision of W. A. \\ ¡rigate. Ex
moving bia «tore building. Men are en- aminer.
«««*> in moving everything that ia in
Will Mason will he in from Iris home
ttv» roatd to getting the rollera under the
stead in a few days His home in in the
pine In It North of Bly,
To the Electors of
THE BOSTON STORE
77ie place to save money on all up-to-date CLOTHING,
SHOES and DR Y GOODS.......
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