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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908
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I'Alt.MI IIM T<> Hi tl D I UI HAI.s
LA MH 1.1. VALLIA NEWH.
TO OPEN Ol III T.
MOKE Hl KVEYOKM.
PLENTY OF Mill..
HAT TOO HIGH.
ìlio lleclamatlou Hvrvlca has sign
I»r. Johnson was «ailed to attend 1
B. F. Knowlton, of the
A wonderful discovery has been
f * * I. « mat l«m s « i « i <«- Hill tnnouniv* >-<l a «-oiilrarl with thx Klamulh Ma Dr. J It Hull lust Thursday, who Is lb « lamatkin Mi-rvic«- to Work on
I I k - ' Southern Pacific, arrived In the city made by the Southern Pacific Com
Cattlrmen I' m 'I Afford to F»«-d Herr
Cost This l*-ar.
tar Unira Association, authorlxlng Hi«- suffering from Inflammation of the
Draining of Tule laki-.
last Friday and began arrangements pany in excavating for a foundation
On Thia Ar,-„ant.
' Associai Ion to advertise for blds und bowels. Ills condition has Improved
for th«» «-stablishmerit of railroad sur- for cement piers for the headgates
Tim landown« rs under what 1« to ¡award contracts for lb* construction to the extent that
Tim outlet of Tub- Lake Is to be ' v*-y camps near city of Merrill. Mr. that are being built on the marsh.
b<- known as the first unit <>r the ¡of 'Hiili work on Hie lulerals for the late danger.
The shortage In the Klamath coun
thoroughly investigated by the United Knowlton admitted that he was to An oi>enlng has been mad» t*-nty-
ty hay crop has had the tendency to
Kh-mniii Irrigation Project me to Hout li I Ira ixti canal. Th«* specltl«'*-
Mr. Hurtillani n thresher bus fin- Stat*-» Ita-clamutlun Bervlc**. Money
make a survey n«-ar Merrill but In flve feet deep and a sounding made
*omm-'iue making th«- fiist payments ilona for tin* work are being ¡»repared Isli*-<1 work for the season.
for thia purpos*- ha* been set aiilde what direction or for what purpose of an additional fifty feet, and It has make the alfalfa growers put up the
price until it Is beyond the reach of
on their water rights next spring. I by th« lleclamatlou Hao vli ** amt will
.Mis. Jam«*» Diiscoll and mid woik will star *.*>*.
time this he would not state, lie went down been discovered that Ilio soil for
the the buyers and feeders. A few days
This urea will probably Im-lude all I be ri-Kity this wook The Assoi-lallon »on w«-ru
were visiting at tbs home of fall. I til«» Is th«- u.* ..nix that mem-
on the boat to lllldel that afternoon entire distance Is of vegetante na-
the land under tile ditch bets- .-n here will commune«' advertising tor blds Jack Driscoll last Hunday.
since F. M. Miller and F. M. Oreem,
lyers of the Water I »--rs Assaxlatlon for the purpose of buying some of the ture.
both of whom are prominent Lake
Immediately upon completion of th>
A fuirly «if hunters succeedut» In jclaim to have. It la sai l that both
stage company's horses.
The question has often been raised county cattlemen, came to the Klam
Hupi-rvlslng Engineer» l> C llenny ■ p«*cin<'ai Ions
killing ten deer last week In the up Mr llenny and Mr
The «rew will consist of thirty or as to the depth of the tule or marsh
About half of th*' Inleisls have per country.
ami E ll. Hopson «nd Consulting
I that th«* mutter is worth Investigat forty men and from the arrangements soils. • For some time a good many ath basin to buy hay for 3000 head
i been Imlit by t li«* goVeruBK'iit, and
• ilgltiner (Jiltnt<>ti were here tills
of cattle which they intended to taka
Win. Copeland will »«xm move to ing, and If there 1s a chance of low
. being mad*.* for stock and supplies, thought that there was only a thin to market by way of this county, but
for the purpose of deciding on th«: ih<* remainder will have to ho built th«- Rogue Itlver Valley to make his ering the waters of the lak** to any
It would Indicate that an extensive deposit of tule muck on top of hard
areg to lx* covered by t he unit which i1*11* I“11'
wh- -i tl y attempted to buy hay the
«» •<» b* r*-ady io «airy homo there.
considerable extent through subterra 'survey Is to be undertaken.
Mr. pan. That theory has long since price asked was »8 and »8.50 per
Is to lx- officially opened up lo-xt IwHti'r to tin- land In tlx* »¡iiltig
The ('line atenm thrushcr Is now nean channels, this txt win p*. dem
Knowlton opened negotiations with been exploded by the government. ton. They considered the price pro
year, mid a cotisultatlun was held l>y of the contracts will lx* let In small opeiatlng In laiugeli Valley.
onstrated before winter.
J I Adams, R. M. Anderson and oth- I railroad and private investigations,
Ilolx-rt Guss, <>t Honanza. made a
these genii'luvn with th«* directors H<h*-dul*'» nnd thu land ow uvrs will,
Hume work has a seady been done 1 ‘•r Merrill parties, who are In the city, ' The usual method of examining the hibitive and have made arrangement!
to ship to Reno.
oil«* or mor, t**aius will b«< given nn trip to the upper country last Hun by private indlvldue -. and an opening
of th*« Water tiers Association
for the purchase of a number of soil strata Is by boring with an auger,
Local buyers are facing the same
Mr. llenny slatml (hat the Hoard upp<iitunity to luilp pay for their first day.
-»«•versl fe»l across has been made. horses. Including a driving team.
which of course gives a person a good
Ja< k Driscoll 1» til«- happiest
dilema. They say It Is out of the
would dot* rmln** mid make Its i«-«-om Installnu-ut for Ihulr water right ■
¡The water disappears In this hol<*
The camps are to be outfitted at
No iimnoy 1.« to b<* ¡mid on th«-s* prtnidest num In Oregon today,
uondatIons to the Department on
but no one knows where it goes to. Merrill and whatever supplies will i and also of the strata, but does not question for them to pay the price
i he coh I to be as»<-»»< *1 per acre on contracts, but stock <-ertlfi<-at«-u will Iris his grain all thresh'd w
• Wh«-n the government takes hold of necessary to ship in will be brought *-xp««*e to view the various forma- asked II. V. Mitchell has purchased
1200 tons in Shasta valley at »7 per
Hi*- laml under the first unit
A« be | nmu <-«I In ¡.iiyiiii-nt by the Assocla . kdd "l 1200 bushels, ami a
tills work, they will »¡»end sufficient
from th*- terminus of the California . tlons.
ton fed out and will drive cattle there
«Hiding to t.ie contract with the Wa Hoti, which will lx- acceptml by th** obliging al«irk visited bls horn«
money to fully demonstrate If there
In the constru« tion of the Iminen-**-
Sort« astern and taken by boat to the
to get them in shape for the niarhst.
ter Users. III«* lands under the entire It*« lanint ion Service u» payment on «••ntly utid left a bouncing |Q pound Is any thing In the underground Chan-
lundlng on the Lower I.ake near Mer concrete h*-adgate<<, an unusual op He says he would rather buy In the
project will lx- divided Into units mul
nel theory. If this proves su< ct-ssful rill.
portunity has been given to visitors
Tom Roberts, Jr., of i‘oe Valley, it will mean a great saving to the
Klamath basin, but be cannot afford
*« uniform cost p«-r acre will be fig <« rtlficat*-» are lianaft-iable and «an
It is believed that this crew Is to i to the Lower Lake, in the past few
bu s«ild to land owners uud<-r the was visitlug hi Langell Valley Satur land owners under the project, and
uri-d out fur each division
to pay the price demanded by the al
make a survey from Alturas to con
Messrs Kenny and Hopson left ditch. Tlit-re 1» no provision that w III day rad Hnndai.
will solv<* a mystery which lias long
piling has been driven ail around the
Drew Campbell «Is on the sick list b-•• ti the wonder of th*- old residents nect with the railroad at Midland.
Local stockmen In speaking of the
fur Portland Monday ami their rec I prevent outsiders from bidding on
Ths survey will probably follow the
price of hay expressed themselves
«'liitmixlul Ions as to th«- cost ¡»er aer«- th«* wotk. but tlx- Intention of th«' art but We a>| hop«, io see th«' little fel- of the lower end of the valley.
lake shore to Merrill, and from there ter tight compartment. The dirt has
will I,«* sent to the H«'
willing to pay a reasonable price, for
Home of the* most experienced resi
once | Is for tin- purpose of allowing th* low. r«i«iver s«iun. which he surely
go around the east side of Tule I.ake been excavated from the center of the
Instance »6 to »6.50 per ton fed out.
If this r«*c<»min*-ndall
and thence to Alturas.
long contended that there was an
depending on the location.
by the th-cretary, it
lienny’» ing work In ¡ilace of cash an part pay-
Papers of incorporation have been twenty-five feet and In width about
Mr. Cnaliow, of Silver Lake, , i» underground channel from Tule Lake 1
The fact that Lake county stock
opinion that the cos
be maile | iii«-nt on thi-ir waler rights
As haying la about over, tin* farm- l<i«Alug over Klamath ««iimty.
lie to one of the rlvi-rs of Northern Cali filed for the construction of a road
men are shipping by way of Reno
publl«- very soon, so
•*rs have several months when tlo tn- [reports flour »1.75 '*«.r sack out I Ills fornia. and they are very much Inter out of Alturas, but It Is not known
and local buyers are arranging to
lx* long before the p«
aclvt-s and t>-aiii> arc Idle, and It will way, and beet s 7« sts al 7 cents.
ested In having a thorough Investi whether It will come by way of Mer
feed in California may leave some or
Just exactly what th
be a great h«lp to Milne of them to
John McFall, of Foe Valley, vin gation mad*- by competent engfn«M-rs. rill and Klamath Falls or go out by
hay on the hands of the produc
their lands Is going
way of Lake county, and It is suppos- ly seen. The ttile muck runs from ers if they do not come down on the
««»st of all the laml under th«- project be alii«* to work on th«*se contracts visiting In laing<-ll Valley Hunday.
••d that this survey will be made for
The new government road to Clear
Tit Rl wll WOilK.
will not b- the same as that of th«* l ay iiients on water rights on the lurxl
Is a strata of volcanic ash mixed wftb price.
Apparently the Southern Pacific U the purpose of determining the loca vegetable matter, running from six
Lewis Gerber, who has been In
first unit, but th«* difference will not under the first unit, between lx-r«- Lak«* Is attracting numerous people
tion of the route. The establishing
Langell Valley tor several days has
be so great but what It will be ¡«os- an«l Merrill, will have to be paid ti-xt who a re anxious to tak<* u look ut not satisfied with the progr«*ss of the
the Upper extremity of the irrigation work being done by the contractors of this large surveying crew In the
started a beef drive of about 450
Iblc to arrive at a very «lose esti year.
»uthern end of the valley, will make that comes a deposit of sand heavily
All of the «-ontracts to be let by prnj<*rt.
¡operating the dredges across the big
mate on the remainder of the land
head to the railroad. He says that
tli<- Water I'sein Association Is for
There 1» a great deal of specula marsh at Bild« I, as they are figuring things lively around Merrill this fall
Those lands which are more difficult
Boll coming from tbe bottom of the there has been another raise of 110
earth work atul can be «lone with tion by numerous Individuals regard ion making a change and putting a
to get water on. will naturally cost
hole was examined and large quanti In the rate from Mt. Hebron to Sac
«erapcr and team. The contract with ing the outcome of government Irri new contractor on the job.
more than the lands where the water
ties of vegetable matter, rotted tujes, ramento and this Increased rate
the government specifies » inaxlnmni gation. Il Is nn aseurasl fact that
It was reported Monday night that etc., were discovered. The railroad makes it impossible to ship from the
J. C. Franks arrived In the city
la mure easily acccMlble
price for which contracts can tie let we cannot all see things In the same ! on Friday from San Francisco, and the well known negro character,
Butte Valley point, It Is his opinion
■Mr. llenny stated that the appro
The Association will probably let the light, for nature ^l.as provide«! us , It has been Intimated that he was Kelley." had drowned himself. Kel men have made soundings fifty feet that the Southern
priation had been mad*- for tlm work
Pacific does not
win k to the lowest bidders
Ono with <liff« rent fariillla-s of reasoning. sent here by Chief Engineer Hood, of ley was In town the latter part of last
want shipments over the California
<>n th*- Klamath Project for next year,
man may bld on one or mur» uchod- This Is it* It should be for th«* wel i the Southern Pacific, to look over the week and was on one of his period still discovered to exist.
but that he was not nt liberty to
It would be interesting to ascertain Northeastern as the road Is not in
illca. The work will b«> done undor fare of ti.«' community at large, Wei 'marsh work. At least It Is known icals. He returned to the Lee ranch
make It known, as such Information
just how far a person would have to shape for heavy traffic.
the supervision of the offit-lals of the will any that It will cost ^40 per acre
that he left that afternoon for the Sunday where he has been caring for
In common with all of the other
would have to bo secured direct from
to water all of the land embraced' Lower Lake, where he was met the horses. Last night the boy who go to get to the bottom of the soil,
buyers Mr. Gerber says that the
the Washington offivu.
under the government ditch. Very
by Construction Engineer Hoey, and Is stopping on the place came to town found out as boring machinery- for alfalfa growers are holding their hay
present meeting, howeve -, It will be
FIUXKH ON IIAl <Jl ESTIllX
w*ll, that will be the n**at little sum
and said that Kelley nad disappeared such depths is not easily obtained.
together they went over the work.
fully determln*-«! Just w
too high and that the result Is that
J C Fanka, who has been In the of |<i4oi> that you will have to l»a> [
Mr. Franks Is one of the most sac- and he feared he had fallen Into the
to be done her«* treat ye
large droves of cattle that should be
county several days, left Wednesday for watering 160 acres of land, Ob ¡
'ces-tful operators of dredges on the river which runs past the ranch.
fed In the Klamath basin will be
work has already liven <1
morning for the railroad
BAIU'LEY HOI ND OVER.
We ¡coast, particularly on work on over
It seems that th«- bov got up about
driven to other sections. He, too,
but xhi-ro are many dets
be co to Roseburg to Investigate a con ar*- doomed to lose what we have
and flowed lands. For years he has been S o'clock and called Kelley, but the
United States Marshal W. B. Grif is of the opinion that »6 or »6.50 per
tract for some dredge work.
In gu to the poor bouse. Now let us
buying and reclaiming swamp lands latter was too sick and would not get fiths arrived from Portland Saturday ton Is all that the buyers can afford
Just take your I
I »peaking of the hay situation. Mr ¡consider and see.
and owns eight dredges which he has up. The boy then went to the lower evening and went to the California to pay for hay and unless the price
Franks said Hint when he was with ¡pencil ami not«' book and foot up th«-
had In operation almost constantly. ranch to look after some cattle and state line Sunday, where he met the is reduced to this figure he thinks
tlie Carr Company, they always got exjiens«' a* count of any bttslness for
The embankment across the marsh when he returnoi about 11 o'clock I sheriff of Modoc county with Wm. that much of the alfalfa will remain
Barclev. The marshal took charge
A pi'tltlon »n» presented to the better satisfaction by feeding th«*lr a ¡«erlod of twenty years, whether It: has been causing the Southern Paci Kelley was gone.
F. II Mills, Sheriff Barnes and the of the prisoner and brought him to
t'otincll Tuesday night by pro|M-rty ia'tI«' In Klamath county than by be a faint or what It Is, and see if j fic cons^l'-rable worry and annoyance.
ar.- not surprised at th- product
owners on Klamath avenue uaklng driving them to Hhasta Valley, even you
undertaker went down the river on this city where he is confined in the
Why I. this .o' Simply because the'BW ’,nM ,he
A NEW ENTEKPKISE.
that the Council extend th«- fire lim
work there has been one delay or Tuesday In a launch. They searched
When brought before V 8. Com
An Indication of the rapidity with
it» of tin» city to Include the south believed, however, thnt Is »«• more figures all coming In a lump will l<xik breakdow n after another. New men the tules, house and barn and along
bulf of blocks 36, 37 and 38 and the than the fvedvia could afford to ¡»ay. v*'ty large Indeed while If they nre l ave taken charge and even the Rall- the river but could find no trace of missioner Alex. Martin, Jr., at 2:30 which this city is taking on metropol
north half of blocks 74,75, 76 ami 78. and In Ilia opinion the farmers were scattered along In small »unis for a road Company has lent its assistance the missing Kelley. Ills shoes were Monday for preliminary hearing.Wm. itan airs Is the fact that M. D. Wil
This property would Include both making a tnlstak** by asking that number of years they are not noticed without success. When Mr. Harriman gone but the trousers and hat he wore Barclev waived examination and was
J C Mitchell anil a numbvi <> much. Wo will say that it will
' committed to the custody of the ntar- liams has completed arrangements to
aid«-» of th«- street, with the exception mu* li
was here he express'd his dissatis the previous day were where he had
>>f tin- «ouï t hou»«' block, nlong Klam of th« larger shippers have mad«- ar cost us »2 per acre each year until faction on account of the delay In left them at night. It is possible that i steal without bail to appear before the start a package delivery in the city.
ath avenue, from Third to Heventh rangements to feed In California, and j th«* »1.400 Is all paid. If we can make th*- work A supreme effort was made he may have secured other clothing Federal Grand Jury at Portland. It is his intention to eventually do
atrects. The matter was referred to It was bound to be a har«l blow to a dry farm produce twenty bushels to rush the swamp work but with no arounil the house, and some of the Barclev was taken back to jail where all of the delivering of packages in
the committee on Witter inn! Fir©. Klamath county as a feeding ground of wheat per acre, would not the better success than befor«*. For some ;*arty are of the opinion that he walk he remained until Tuesday when he the city. His business is not to be
Mine ¡de««- of land produtu* at least
was taken to Portland by Mr. Grif a baggage or transfer one, being con
ed to Dorris after a drink.
who will make an Invi-atlgatlon and for stix-k
on«'-thlrd umr«-. If not double the reason the swamp work Is conceded
fined solely to the delivery of pack
report at the next tegular meeting
it talus, to bo a tough proposition. The con-
Dr II. I* Fisher, Biologist of the .«mount, with Irrigation
A large number of witnesses were ages and messages. Already he has
This property I» used at present
almost exclusively (or r««sldvnce pur- Di-pnrt nx-nt of Agriculture. ha« I h -.- ii Just the same amout of labor ugd the their power to n-.ake It a go. but un
Thomas A. Grubb and Miss Nellie in attendance from Yainax and the entered Into contracts with a number
poses, lull the owners believe that hero a few days hmklng over the same amount of seed to mature a less bett«>r time Is made thau in the Gordon were united in marriage at Agency, and these were discharged, of the business houses to do all of
Ito offered tils assist«mu crop <in dry ground as it does on Ir
and will probably- be summoned later their delivery work and as be com-
this portion <>( Klamath avenue will country
past, the completion of the road will Keno Sunday, September 20. 1908.
soon develop Into u bnslni'as street, to the furni<*ra nnd the offlclnls of the rigated land, with the exception of . be seriously delayed.
Tlie ceremony was performed by Rev- to appear in Portland when the Grand I pletes his plans he will endeavor to
: include all of the stores.
and wish the Count-Il to prohibit the Reclamation Servie«-. In fighting any the extva amount of labor required
Th«- work Is progressing satisfac- J. A Bingham in the presence of the
The economy and convenience of
conalru« tlon of any more wooden pests I hut may be cubsing trouble for Irrigating which 1s very llttlo.
W«> now have at least a gain of , torlly on cut and fill near Worden
hr Fisher I» oik - of the ithlest blol-'
Imlhtliif < In tlmt district
The Reclamation Service is cement such a service Is patent. It will do
the contracting parties.
gluts In Washington and hl's vi it her«> one-third on all crops raise«! at an
ing a portion of the botton of the away with the necessity of each es
I» an Indication thnt the n< -.Is of extra cost of »2 per acre. I will say umnietx* on tin- r<-ad bed across the lll,,n' was solemnized ut high noon, Keno canal above Moore's power tablishment maintaining its own spe
If the embankment was after which a wedding dinner was
Mrs. C T Powtn*. of Illy, relut ned Kluniuth county «re heli .- Io i -I lif to you right here In great bld letters marsh.
plant. where the ditch has been leak- cial delivery service and result in a
that If you cannot make your land thrown up th«- track could soon be served.
Tm-sdav evening from the tn 11 road
ter lit the National C.-iollol
great saving each month.
pay you »2 an acre with water over ¡laid and cars could commence haul-
Gordon and is a native of Klamatn
and above what It does now It Is of
county, The groom Is well known in
no value to you nt the present lime [ be us*>d as filling on the marsh.
One of th«- reasons for th«' unsat this city and throughout the county,
■in*l th«- sooner yon dlsixise of It the
He is a brother of Mrs. George R.
bett«-r off you will be. If your name isfactory work on the marsh is be
Hum of this city. For the past year
Is "I Can t." "I Won’t," or "I D«in't lieved to be the kind of dredges that
he 1ms bc« n engaged in the hardware
Want To." then you nre In a rather are being used, if Mr. Franks un
business at Keno.
pitiful condition and you are doomed dertakes th«- work confidence is felt
Tiie young couple have gone to
to disappointment and loss, but on that no more delays will occur, as
Creek to spend their honeymoon
the other hand i( your name Is "Get I his machines are built especially for
with Mt Grubb's parents at the home
l'|» and Hustle." you will climb th«* this kin«i of work, and his men have
place. They will make their home at
ladder of success round by round till i followed this pattlcular kind of work
Many handsome and useful ,
BEGINNING with Saturday, July
you liavi- finally attained your re so long that they are famlliar with
presents were received from friends
ward of prosperity: auceenn nnd hap-
n,l have decided to hold Satur
which will lie of valuable assistance
Io the young people in beginning I
days as Bargain Days. Each and
ANOTHER t Dll’ ESTABLISHED.
A Mr. t'ampbell, a sub-contractor
every Saturday thereafter, different
DEATH OF THUS. IIEXDRIt liS.
Thomas Hendricks, who has been
goods will he put on sale at bargain
DE lilt OF V. MILLEN.
logging for the Long Lake Lumber Saturday establishing a cantp on the
prices, and it will fie to your special
Vorhei Mullen, who came here a '
Company, was found dend In his bed southwest corner of tlie Enterprise
Wednesday at his place near Long ¡tract neat the new full- grounds. This few days ago from Ashland with his
I’tenefit to keep your “eye peeled”
Lake. Mr. Hendricks worked in the [ Is only two miles from tlie site for th«- daughtei. Mrs. G. K. VanRIper, died
and watch for future announcements.
woods with th«' other men yesterday Klamath Falls depot, and at the end at her home In this city Friday night.
and appearod well when he retlr -«1 of th*> dyke which was thrown up by The di-ceimed was 81 y«‘ars of age.
tlie Adams diedge
The funeral was held from the
Mi Campbell ha* tin- contract for VanRIper lesidencu at 4 o'clock on
Coroner Whitlock went to Long
Lake nt once, and ns an exami the construction of th«- road bed for Sunday arteinoon. interment being
On Saturday, July n, there will lx*
nation proved that death was caused one and one quarter miles, which In- mad» in th«' Klamath Falls cemetery
reductions on everything in the house
by heart dlsenie no inquest was held I eludes a small fill an«i a cut through
Although Mr.Hendricks has been well
(excepting contract goods) and it will
George 11. Newell, one of Lake
and utioiig lie Im« been troubled with is practically the only cut to bo made
pay anyone wanting things in the
| his heart for some time
The body between the depot In this city nnd .county's pioneers and the owner of a
jewelry line to call.
was brought to this city and the fun this side of the marsh at Midland big stock ranch In Drew's Valley, Is
It is all dirt and stone work slid wLH spending a rew days in the city. He
eral will probably bo held Friday
arrived here Thursday and wus ac
The deceased was a cousin of Geo not be a difficult Job.
It Is believed that this is only the companied by Ills ulece. Miss Julia
It. Hum of tills city. The only otliei
relative Is Joseph Hendricks, who first of a number of camps to be Cowperthwalte. who has been spend
Ilves near Kent». Ho was 45 years started In th«' near future on the road ing her vacation In Lakeview. Miss
of age and n member of Klamath this side of the marsh, it has been Cowperthwalte Is an employee In the
Lodge, I. O. O. I’
reported that n sub-contract lias been postoffice at Portland. As she has
LEADING WATCHMAKER ami JEWELER
The funeral will be held under the let for th«' cut to be made northeast never visited Crater Lake, she decid
auspices of the Odd Fellows, arrange of tills city, hetwi-en tlie Hot Springs ed not to return to Portland without
ments for which were made at a addition and the Uppor Lake.and that doing so, and left Friday morning for '
meeting of the members last evening. «-amps are to be established soon ami the Upper Lake, to see for the first:
time Nature’s greatest wonder.
work commenced early this tall.
The Real Thing
As a Starter
Sewing Machines, etc.
Our goods are attractive, also the prices