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MIIIKI.I A M BH \<»l K*.
I F. Vdams. wl.o is one of tl e most ♦
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»..ccesstul of the large ranchers lu
slaiuath County, bvlieve» that th.*
E. J. MIRRAI. Ldiloi
John Noble wont to Bonniini luxi
Uiruiera will be able to pay the $3.?& Thursday.
a year for water right and malnte
Ed l.ow I» plowing for W
;anc<*. Mr. Adania was here Fri Campbell.
lay on Ills way to the l’p|>er Lake
I nero are I went« one pupils At
he is l aving bis dredg« moved
TWO DOLLARS PLR > LAR IN AD\ ANCt
tending our school at present
tit begin work on reclaiming Mr
C N Buow ha* built a smoko house
All communication» submitted tor publication in the columns oi this ¡»«pet
"I'he cost for the water right," on his place.
will lie mverled only over the name oi the wilier. No non de plume arvele«
Mr. Kidrod and Mr. Cantrall, of
said Mr. Adams, "is higher than most
will be published.
were lu tho valley Tuesday.
of us had reason to oxp*<ct It would
i bo, but if you wish my opluion as to i K. II Ball and Mr. Miller of Klaiu I
ors, went to the Falls taking with
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whether the farmees will be able to ath Falls wore hunting III tlio upper
♦ him a load of wheat, and on his re
ÏOWI \ AI.I.KY ITEMS.
pay It. I believe they can. If they 1 pail of the valley Inst wook
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Frank Grohs passed through tho
continue to farm the same as aome
Mrs L. A. Sterxl Is disposing of
Mrs. Chas MeCumber
of us have been doing for years, only
her turkeys, which are selling at 13
Mv stock will lie Bion- complete III.in ever be
iness trip to l»airy Tuesday.
cultivate about half of their land and ranch
each. Mrs Win Welch bought t wo
¡only raise a half crop on that, they
an«! (livre will be plenty for .ill, yet, ‘'the early
Mr. Wilson. n«>ar Bly. passed »tils of her last weak.
In Bominta Monday.
'will be forced to sell out
way last week on his return trip
T. M Brown Fas departed for a
will Ret the cream” st» it belioovo V»m to profit
from the Falls, where he had gone W 1-. Simpson, of Yonna. are at work i with a small farm can with Industry
to meet his sister who has come from on the grade which will complete the •asily pay for tho water right and
I>v lining vont' »hopping
W R Campbell and Harold KII-
Canton. Ohio, to make her home w ith new bridge over Lost River near Bo make something besides The money
The iistt.il i cm.iik
should not b«» considered as thrown gore left for the Falls Sunday
him near Bly, She has iurne west nanza.
E R C Williams returned from
on account of her poor health and
I i t its <|l> the hotlieiing.
Chas Woelk is now in Yonna work
111 Is ( nils.”
l et Us SURRCkt
the Falls Sunday.
hopes to regain it »bile here.
ing on his homestead near Geo Every year's payment Is simply that
ami Rive th the pleasure of showing you everything
Manuel Vierra and Jas Wight are Smyth's.
taking their cattle, about 10® head,
C. C. Pearson has returned from ! erty and Is the same as investing that
I »slid Vinson killed a cougar last
great ev< nt.
over to the Reservation where they the Falls aud is now doing his fall much in other property or putting week.
have bought hay . They will begin plowing
M is Davld Campbell was visiting
You may take the farmers under
to feed the cattle soon and when their
Geo Smyth went to the Anken>
Mrs K It C \\ llllains Monday
Our run« /• .rosei. J<* u, (ft* Go or S»J r*Zv a l«uA
hay at the Reservation has been used, ranch Wednesday with two milch
K. 8 I'hllllps und Mrs ('line » ent
they will drive the cattle back to Yon ’ cows w hii h he has sold to Chas Hor-
to Klamath Fulls Sunday
as high as four dollars an acre for
na to feed during the remainder of ton at $20 per head.
Mrs Boggs was vlsltlnv Mrs I »n V
Alf Wallis, of Yonna. has been bnt- water. They all have as much money M Campbell Monday
and most of them I feel positive have
Ed. Bloomingcamp and Jas Boy d ehertng this week. He wIII save th"
Mr Brown and family were Visit
' more than the land owners under my
were in Yonna last week.
Ing Mr Gunn last Saturday
Godfrey Beck is hauling his win ditch w lio only had to pay about a
Wm Sackville. agent for the Wilt
Wm Smith passed through Yonna
supply of wood from the Hoppe fourth as much. It only shows the kins M-dhai Co . is ill the valley this
on his way to the Falls to get a load
’ difference iu men. There Is some
ranch up in the mountains.
Manuel Vierra, who owns the Hil laud under the Little Klamath ditch
Mrs Dave Campbell, Mis» Welch
Geo. Smyth was at the Beck Bros
debrand Road ranch. Is intending to
Mrs Walter Campbell were vis
ranch last week to get some oats for
'break a team of horses for a buggy has lain Idle fur years when the) iting Mrs Wm Fankey last Sunday
Mlss Frances llrahm was tn Bonen
Richard Brietenstein, of Klamath
Tom Michael, of Dairy, has gone I land is still in sagebrush. These pise <a Sunday.
Falls, passed through Yonna with a
to Swan Lake and during his absence pie cannot pay the cost of the water
I'el Bussov has gone to Klamath
load of freight, en route to Lakeview
his wife and children are visiting right. They are not ready for waler Falls to enter the High School
W. P. Sedge, of Dairy, was called
with her mother. Mrs Geo Smyth It will take at least two years to get
Reuben Pitts entered school In »t
to the Fa llsto serve on the jury, and
John Lind butchered live hogs last the land in alfalfa or any other pay Monday.
during his absence Wm. Welch, of
The day and Sabbath schools will
Dairy, has charge of Mr. Sedge's
Drop In and let us show you what wc have
"I know a man in our valley who
Many of the farmers are betsrmiug
have a Christmas tree Chilstmns eve
greatly concerned about getting wa
George and Alex. Noble drove a
Chas. Carlson butchered a hog last
ter for their stock, as more well are year on a part of It he raised an av band of cattle to the Horton ranch
week which weighed over 300 lbs.
going drv every day
Fred Beck's erage of seven tons of alfalfa to the Thursday for Louis Gerber.
Rueben White, of Fort Klamath,!
AM> KLAMATH AVIi
Opposite Lltv Hall
ranch is now without water and he acre. He sold this at $'>.50 a ton i
W It Campbell Is putting a wire
was in Yonna Valley last week. While'
As it would cost him $.50
is obliged to get his supply of water fed out
fence around Ills place
here he bought 15,000 pounds of
a ton to feed it would leave him $5
from Godfrey Beck's ranch
E R C. Williams returned from
oats from the Beck Bros.
Adam Weidman is now hauling for the hay Most of the farmers got Klamath Falls Sunday where he has
Karl Adams, of I’pper Yonna, was'
poles for Scy Pool and will build a more than this for their hay this year. been to attend the Water Vsers meet
in Dairy Sunday.
I granary on his own place as soou as On this tract he realized $35 an acre ing
Geo. Smyth went to the Henley ■
The waler, cutting the hay, etc. cost
I he Is through.
John Noble Is In the valley after
ranch near the Falls last week
J. Drew, who is making improve him an average of I'J an acre, so you tils horses which he expects to take
business trip for Chas. Horton.
ments on his homestead, has moved t-in see what profit he made. Of course to ljzkevlew
Chas. MeCumber is plowing nome
a barn from his brother's place to - his entire ranch did not yield as much
Mr Jacobson and 8 Gristle were
land for a large garden for next sum-
his homestead, which is near Wm I probably averaging four tons.
up from the Falls last week after
simply shows what a man can do
' some bridge tools.
B. S. Grigsby, although not a res-, _ , ,,
of Yonna, is j with a piece of land he is able to look : Hazel and Hall Burnham of
ident of the neighborhood, has belp-iKi ^
busy setting telephone poles and will after.
■ trict No It entered school Monday. I
ed in a substantial way to build the |
I "It may be hard on some but there
install a telephone right away.
lx>uls Gerber has started another
addition to the Hildebrand school. | Harrison Gray has been hauling I is no getting around the truth
of 600 head of cattle to San
We wish there were more such pub-
wood for hla winter's use during the land owners are now where they are Francisco.
lie spirited people
If they I
first part of the week and is now help- • forced to farm their land
Harold aud Meryk* Kilgore, return
Mr. and Mrs. M P Nelson were
have more than they can handle, they I
ling Manuel Vierra and Jas Wight
Ing from Bonanza W<-ds>-»day with a
visitors at the home of Mr. and
! drive their cattle to the Reservation. will have to sell, bu for the man «'ho | load of flour, stoped at David Camp-
J. H. O'Brien last Sunday. Wed nee-i
Steve Colahan. of Bly. passed Fri Is industrious and is willing to work ' bell's Tuesday night.
day morning Mrs Nelson will start 1
day on his way to the Falls to attend there is no better place to make mon- i
Clarence Walker is carrying the
on a trip to Minnesota, her old home. J
|ey than on a farm lu Klamath County J
mall thia week in the place of Mr
She will visit her parents this winter ,
Vernon Hasting, of Y’onna, Is build aider the Irrigation system, even at Bussey, while the latter 1» attending
and return to Oregon next May or
ing a new barn on his place which he $30 an acre for a water right."
Court in Klamath Falls
has recently bought from Joe Welch.
Three deer. In crossing over from'
Wm. Vhrmano, of Yonna, went to
one ridge to another, passel through
the Falls last Sunday, taking with
William J. Bryan is negotiating for
R. W. Tower, who is in the city one of Mr. Lyons' fields a few days
him some of the jurists, who were
Several men have already |
John Anderson, C. H MeCumber and ! the purchase of two large tracts of from Kent», states that quite a feel- since
Beautiful line of Cut Glass, that has no rival, in various pieces.
W. P. Sedge.
, land in the lower Rio Grande valley, Jing has been stirred up In that place been on their trail
Solid Silver Flat Ware and Novelties.
Jacob Rueck went to the Falls last Texas, known as the Brownsville by the visit of a land office Inspector
Rogers’ ‘*1M7” Flat Ware and Quadruple Hollow Ware in beau
Saturday to the Water Vsers Asso- country. Rumor says he will move ' and the report that has been circulat doing some blacksmithing at David
tiful new designs.
elation meeting of which he is one of to Texas and become a candidate for ed tha' he intends to contest a num-
lilt: 1HER.TO5 lit) I ri.ES-*They keep things hot or > d l as
The Vnlted States Senate against Sen- i her of the homesteaders In that sec
you wish. Red Hot 24 hours, tee cold 72 hours Don't m e
The Yonna Valley Telephone Co s ator J. W. Bailey. He neither denies tion. Mr Tow.-r did not know If themselves down and then stopped,
any difference where they are.
when .Mr McComb ran up and caught
directors, namely. L. A. Sterxl. Wm nor affirms this report simply saying there was any truth Ir. the report, but
Fine line of gold and gold filled good - in Collar t’lris, Bruusliaa,
W’elch and W. P. Sedge, held a meet- that time makes many changes and he stated that it Was to be regretted
Festoon Ne«.k chains. Lockets, Watches and Chains.
Ing last Saturday at Dairy.
¡that he might some time move Bouth if any action should be taken, as It were the only damages done.
Gold Glasses, Specks, Smoked Glasses, Eye Glass Reels and
Mr. and Mrs E. K. C. Wiliams
would work a hardship on many who
Mike Rueck, who is one of the jur-'and live in Texas.
came to the » bool house Monday af
, had complied with the law to the
a stock of umbrella cover* in fine silks. Umbrella's cov
lernoon to put up the new stove Th* ,
| best of their ability and could 111 af
ered while you wait.
large bovr, I
ford to stand the expense of a contest.
CAI.KINS S» LI-FILLING FOUNTAIN PI NS; The Right Writers.
soon had the stove In position. but
There are about twelve homesteads
You can select a beautiful gift from these lines. Give me the pleasure
which have been Investigated, a num the condition
of a call before you p-irch ir. No trouble to show the goods.
that the little people «ere di*niis»eli
ber of which have been proven up on
for two years. Most of the people at three o'clock. while tin
plls demained to s< rub the ll'.or
here are familiar with the case of
Dirk Kearns. He took np a home
stead near Keno ;*|id he or his family
Some of tr.e government's many
I has lived on it continually for four
years. He has bwn sick a good deal suits for the dh solution of wicked
and when not abb to work himself, trusts have developed the employ
'bls wife has taught school for a time merit of v‘-ry qu< stionable methods of
to h-Ip pay expense* They were un money-making. None of these con
ns, however, ever took meaner ad
fortunate in losing their two children ger
and it seems that they have bad their vantage of men and women than an
»hare of misfortune,. Now it is re English comedian Is recently reported
ported that the government will con to have taken of a party of friends,
test their claim. They are not. afraid The party numbered very few per-
of losing as they have a part of the sons w ho had not passed the prime
The actor suggested that
plain in cultivation, but It. seems un of life,
necessary that they should be com- each
one present, lay a certain sum
Il'l’lll I.IKI Nolls.
I Hll A I S AM) |t( RGLARH.
money on the table and that the
polled to go to the expense of defend- of
Io the lipper Lake bouts lx
I Ing a contest, when they have all they whole amount go to tho person who
It Is reported that some clothes
can do to raise sufficient money for possessed the most of the articles the Ing lieavll) hom'd they suffer no in line thieves are getting In their work
comedian would call for. Those pres-
u ttk Fall
i' night be weii
Another case is of an old couple ent consented and within a few mln-
foi the ladles to see that their clothes
The stenmer Wlnem.i towed the big
lover 80 years of age who proved up Iltos between $12 and 315 had been
me not left on tho lino over night ns
on their homestead two years ago. laid on the table, "Now,” said th« Adams dieilge up the lak> this morn He y might find sotno of them uiiss-
The old man was taken sick and wont, comedian, "which lady or gentleman ing. Her (b itliuitlon Is Wood River. Ing.
A number of suspicious per-
>'he steamer Eagle is In commis
to Ashland to live supposing that he present has the greatest number of
run have been neon prowling nround
had a good title and owned his ranch, false teeth?” As no one else was sion and will go to Wood River for late at night and ovldenco of attempt
The people cannot see any justice In willing to make a confession, the aload of sand tomorrow.
ed burglary has boon found. Tho
Purveying operations are going
ti e government taking his only prop comedian took the money.
hinges on one of the Iron windows In
some on tho Whipping! own water
erty away from him now.
tho rear of tho Brick Store wore dis
covered nearly unscrewed and evi
Carpenters arc at work today
Work will soon be slatted on thu
and Mrs. W. A. Wright left Ing a new floor In the quarters of new naw mill on the* lipper Lake, so dence where aonm one had boon nt
work. It la supposed that the parties
Wednesday for Mt.Hebron,where they tho Fire Department on the second says Huson.
neared away before they had
will visit their son for a few days,
Fred Melhase Is having tho sage
after which they will make a trip to bo put down and other Improve* brush cleared off of 4 0 acres of the made an entrance.
through Mexico. They expect to be ments made to make the rooms warm land he bought of Major Worden near
and comfortable for the fire boys.
Soo Ally for marsh larda.
absent about three months.
I Buena Vista landing
LEADING NEWSPAPEK Of
Although It Is
a Little Early
E I T K E Al P E R ’ S
for "Quality Jewelry"
We have inoved our Stock into a
larger building where we are now
able to meet all demands in
Furniture and House Furnishings