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$ioo Reward, 8100,
Tit« rvmteiBul ilii« |>*|« • Mill boi pli»«*«»<l Io
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parenta at Itouml
learn Ibal litara la al iHMil <»u«< drva<l»4 dia»
the thresher failed to thresh.
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that avi viira hu tun abia tu eurn III all Ila
We understand C. W. Sherman, Sr..
Mr. McCormick has commenced Ills •ia*i«a, and Ibat ia catarrh, liall'a ( aiaqh
It. A Alford took a load of bay to
C. C. rearson and son, Jerry, have
Mrs Gay mid daughter Wl'l U tu
. Is contemplating making big improve
fnrv la ilia only pNilllva cure imw bniinu lu
his residence In the Fall» Sunday,
been grubbing sagebrush lately.
town trading Saturday.
ment* on his place this year.
Mr Foster purchased a calf of K tbv aiadlral liairnilly. Catarrh bal ng aron*
John Ritter is breaking a saddle
Mr. Dunn, of Tule Lake, was III
alilutloual dlaraar. rrqiilrra a r<»n»lltuuoiial
Thompson last wook.
U Y. Gray sold some cattle last
clnity buying fur Wednesday.
horse tor personal use.
irvailuani, liall'a Catarrh t'urr la tahrii ia*
M Trill trading tills week
week for $80.
larnally. acting dlrrotly Upon Ihr blood and
Emil Egert was at Jacob Rueck's
Jessie and Harriett Garrison, Gvp-
Mr« Karecow mid son, Alexander,
to Keno Saturday.
mucous enriaras of the eyeltai» lliaraby da
>lac? Wednesday on business.
, sj and Yretta Johnston, of Morrill. visited the Falls Saturday.
Glace Tliumpaon has returned alloying Ihr luu nd al Ion ol the dlaaaae». and
Mr. Earl, Clarence Gray and Ray
, attended a party out at Mr. Jobb's
G. F Sevlta and son. Charley, haul homo from Mr. Cornack'», whom »lie giving iha patient elrangth by building up
mond Ward w en, ln Yonna Tbumday
J , at Tulu Lake last Saturday night.
lha L'unaliluilon and âaaletlng natura lu doing
<>d some wood Monday.
lias boon working fur aeveral weeks. lia norte. Iba pruprielore have ao tuutii lallh
Mr and Mrs Miller and baby will
G G. Kems mid family vlaltcd rel
G. G Kerns, G. F. Sovit» mid Char lu ila curativa |>uwera that they otar Ona
J. H O'Brien has gons to the rails' Mr. Cambers stopped at Keno dun-
visit friends in Hand Hollow this ativus iu Kono Suuday.
ley Sovit» went tu Clear Creek ou a Mundrad Hollar« for any caar II falla to rure.
to get a gasoline engine with which day night on his way from the Rogue week.
Maud for Hal of *a«l Iluon'aU
Arthur Breutuer has hauled some fishing trip Tuesday.
to pump water for irrigation.
River Valley to Klamath Falla
Several of thu faruisrs are bu»>
lumber for Mr. Talbot with which
Seigel Harris left for Bonanza last ' reports that there are three feel of plowing (or th<> spring seeding
A sluglu body of Iron ore in L«>ba-
the latter expects to build a house.
Wednesday. He haa been busy lately snow in the mountains.
GUM» MINES SHOW UtkiU
A very pretty weddiug occurred
non County, l’a., ha» bean mined al
Miss Ruth Itoten has returned fr<- u at the home of Mr aud Mis. Henry
grubbing sagebrush for Manuel VI-
Mr Sevlta mid family visited with
UKK IN LAKE COt'NTY. moat without Interruption »Ince 1740.
•rra. The cleared place will be plant the Falls where she has been visiting Turner Wednesday night, March 10. Mr and Mrs Foster and family at
for several weeks.
ed to potatoes.
W. A. Shauar, C. laiugblln aud Mr.
I of their oldest daughter. Mtss Lucy. Rouud Lake Sunday.
Harry Pearson took hts wife and • to Mr. Johnson Whiluuy. Nlaa Ada
Otto Hoppe and his brother madj
Arthur Ilrentner aud his father - Garfield Fare« cams down from lbs
children to the Falls last week. From Turner, as bridesmaid, aud Charles took a load of baled hay to the Falls i mountains on Friday and are all very
a trip to Dairy Tuesday
John Donnell made a business trip there they will take the stage to Ftrt Cox as beat man, and Iva Barrowu Saturday.
enthusiastic over the preseut showing
to D. Y. Gray’s place Tuesday and : Klamath for a visit with relative« In as ring bearer. The bride wsh at-
Mr. Foster, of Rouud latke, was i of the mines
Wednesday, and took somo horses to the Wood River Valley. They will tired in white Heatletta, trimmed in In the Falls Saturday.
Mr Ferro came here looking for
Bonar.ra to be sold to Mr. Stewart, ¡visit there until the return of Mr. lace; the bridesmaid wore blue Hen
J. H. Bgruea recently purchased a i a leas«, lie has been on the moun
I Pearson from Salem, where he won. rietta trimmed iu embroidery. The four horse gang plow of R. A Alford tain for the past ten days and condl-
the California horse buyer.
John Logue and daughter, Mrs. to take Wallis. Llskny aud Vostat Io ring bearer wore blue aud white silk
Clifford Sevlta went to Klamath i lions there must seem very attrac
List your land for sale with this
Alf. Wallis, and Manuel Vierra made Ithe penitentiary.
live, lie Is returning to tlm LUI agalii
offlee; we have buyers fur all
Thu groom wore the conventional Falls hor»cbiick Saturday.
a business trip to lhe Falls Tuesday
Thos. McCormick. Sr., went to the | black and the best man In brown
classes of Klamath County
G. F. Sevlta has been breaking a i thia morning along with Laughlin
W. IL Bliss is now clearing hlJ Falls Saturday on business, lie re A very dainty supper was served af- four year old filly.
and Bassler, the latter hut lug arrived
laud, by grubbing and burniug sage turned the following day.
jter the ceremony, and a uutuber ut
Mrs. C. Madison went to Dorris very beautiful and valuable presents Suuday with J. II. Ilanma aud fam »bowing even better thuu It »a» on
Eit.il Egert and family have moved this week to visit her sister, Mrs. were received. Those preseut were Uy-
The only acreage adjacent to
Klamath Fall« for »ale in »mall
to their place from the Cola! an ranch Finley Padgett.
tracts. More than » score of
where they have have been living
Lester Hixon made a business trip M r* W. P Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. I) went to town Thursday
That the element* have no
people have secured sites for
during the winter.
to the Picard ranch Saturday.
l> Ford .of Keno, passed througn terrors fur mankind where gold la III
G. Barrows, Mr and Mrs. W. F. iiar-
I ast Monday Mrs. Chas. Faith, of
Born Friday morning, to Mr
rows. Mr.. and Mr». Wm. Turner. her.* on hi., way to the Falla Frl b . sight Is made luaulfest ’ by the fact
Bonar.ra, made a visit to her daugh Mrs. D. J. Jones, a daughter.
Mary Bvers. daughter of G B >u <, of these men having to travel on
Mrs Harter, Mrs
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs Me
ter, Mis. P. Randles, who Is ill.
M:s. 11 W McCormick was ou the i Pherson, P. Whitney.
are the best buys on the market
visiting with her aunt, Mrs Set snow shoes and puck grub ou their
Mrs. Elizabeth Bliss was wo:king sick list last weeg.
Yretta aud Gypsy Johnston. Nellie. ton
at Mrs. C. C. Pearson's the first pate I Jerry Martin. Martin Owensby ati I J->. 1« ar.d Harriett Garrison, Muriel
The winze on the Mt View is now
Mr McCormick, of Keno, vie c t
ef the week.
Mr.Stineburg were In Keno last w ek and Janette Harter. Frances, Ethel the Falls Friday.
down to a depth of 140 feet mid
O.Hoppe lost two horses last spring
Ml-s Skcele is q ilte ill with an aud Polly Turner. Grace and Agues
J H. Barnes caught a large wild i , with 3 feet of om of a very high
■nd when C. E. Drew was over on attatk of la grippe.
I grade. There Is a gouge from 2 to
Barrows, Iva Barrows, Ada, Alice cat one day last wo.-k
the Reservation recently, found them
Jack Frost and Lisle McCormick
Roy Brown Is hauling wood to ti c '5
tlichv.i lliii k tint Is worth fl Dili
and Yalta Turner. They left Ibis
■ nd returned them to the owner.
went .to Holland on the Canby Sun w eek for their Mud Lake raueb. We Falls for Mr. Curl.
2 to 5 dollais per pound Thea there
D-v-'r Pool made a trip to Olene day.
Mr Fost, of Round Lake, »nc n! Is -i foot of ore on either wall, of a
Join with others iu wishing I them
Charles Marsrow catne down from much happiues* and prosperity.
giado belter than 8 lot) per ton With
Long Lake on business Friday
and Miss - the Falls Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo.___
Roy Brown wus hauling a load of such showing at this depth It is no
Mrs Demorest has been visiliug
Anna Smyth made a business tri? ( John Ackley went to the Falls last
.her son and daughter Iti Klamath hay from Mr Foster's place Thurs wonder ti nt uu n arc becoming eacit •
to Dairy Wednesday.
week after launching his stow here Falls.
day when the wagou wheel dropped <>d for who knows but that the lion -
United State* Commissioner
D. Y. Gray, of Yonna. sold a horse'
Chester Wilson, living south of
Work began Thursday on the new lnl<> 11 >nud hole-ln the road, ami in dla'clct mu) In tic v> > ; i-.u f.ilur
to Arthur Langell, of Bonanza, la-' Keno, was in town Munday.
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M K. Church. It is on the east cor- I’hlUhF *he wagon out broke the wa rival the gl'-lll-' of the gold pl'
I W. H Wall and Arthur Handy
Monday for 8'0.
I din ing camp*
It will be *°n tongue In three plrriwi
Frank McCumber was very silk are putting a boom across the river
| E Thompson and Ernest lloyd
auutber Improvement to the town.
t’fficc. Third and Main.
lr t Tuesday. Dr. Johnson, of Bo- .below the bride, in order to stop the
The Whist Club met at the home of have Installed their new saw In the Group w cm clear)) <t nut but »■-.!: to
■ •’ :za, was called.
logs from going down the rapids.
timber near Long Lake and say It permit of sampling, ut bottom of
Geo. Ritter went to Bonanza last '
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly pass j through
I 12 fool »Lift
The icsiilt of which
L. Gerber »ill drive a bunch of does splendid work
BENSON <k STONE
Keno several days ago on their way cattle to the railroad In about a
Mr». K. Bunner and ■l.i ughters. wm a showing of »om.) very high
Wm. Flackus and
from Ashland to the Falls.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
li is the last bunch of the Clarice and Dorothea. ui>> visit Illg
made about 500 posts in the past few
other Well ktio.cn pii'p-'ltlc* which
Had a light thunder shower in season
with relatives at Long Luae.
. Im eri cun /¡tink
*• ks, but are now through.
have I > 'n prove n make.i th" coming
this vicinity Sunday, which settled
Iva Wblt latch has
1-eo and Gu> Thompson sp ut Sat
and Tru»t Ultli
Emil Egert went to Godfrey B -ck s the dust considerably.
'•••a on in the Pine C h k Mine loom
S :th ‘rn California
urday evening at Mr Curl s
K AMATH f IS
T1 ursday to help brand some cattle
up With ilaltciing iiooclldHtl-s
Rov Brow u and Fiank I 'url visited
which he recently purchased of Mr.
G. R Carlock has sold his build lhe hall* Tuesday.
SHY SILL IX UVE YEAR.-*.
cig and business at Merrill to N. S
.Mr. Foster took bi» butler to mar
W. H. Bliss was at G«o. Rittsr's
M Iti GUI FRXMI SI Jons.
The Secretary of the Interior has M-rrlll, and Bruce Allen will prim ket Saturday.
place on business Wednesday.
Just issued Instruction* to the Gen the paper. Mr. and Mr». Carlock and
Wm. Uhrmann made a bus'ness
COUNSELOR AT LAW
eral Land Otfiee which remove a dtf- du'utl ter. Erla, have gune to Salem. chick> n» of E. Thompson Inst week.
trip to Pine Grove last Wednesday.
KIAMATH FAI.!>, OKE gii N
Leo. Thompson caught a larg* por-
'ficulty that ha* been m«’ in cen'aec-
Saturday quite a number of the
Emil Egert went to Dairy V/ednes-
ROOMS 7 4 0, MURDOCK BLDG
tion with entries under ti.<*
reclama- ladles of Merrill had their, pictures cuplno in a Hap one du. lust » k.
Ition act. In a circular of th« Gen- taken on honu-bauk.
It has h 'en report. .! tt nt the woods
WASHINGTON, Mar. I) It
Gro. Smyth will start plowing this
Everybody is enjoying the nice near here are infected with cougars th® nppropriatlon of 4 l,000,»»i' ».mnde
¡«ral Land Office issued Jam -
WILL A. LEONARD
and panth.-rs. nnd people urn dili lu the t.T-'Ui CongrcM* for l-'v n
190S, provlsiuu is made e thu after sunny weather.
Will Logue is working at the Frank
gently hunting them, but without suc gating land vntrh'S In tin* W»*', C>
t:.e require-., nts of the e ho¡íiv .lead
cess so far.
law as to residence ar.d cultivation
nilsstoi )-r Dennett, of the <* -n a.
CARD OF THANKS.
Master Orville Smyth, of the Hil
have been complied with, the entry
Frank Curl left this week for W-li Land Office, Is preparing to biro uti
IV /throw - Me/hivxc HuHdhig
debrand school, who is but 12 year»
man or hl* n--irs may make tic-',
Mr J. W. Masten and family wish
si age, has rented two acres of land
proof of compliance with thoay re
sheep »h.-ming during the spring nnd and timber agents An effort will bo
to extend their heartfel. thank* for
from II. J. Donnell, on which he In
DR. C. P. MASON
mado during the coming 11«'«! year
the syonpathy and help extended to
tends to plant potatoes, The pro
them’in their late bereavement, when
eecds of the crop will go to Matter
upon tbe land.
death claimed a companion and fath beautiful St frwny piano and hai all suspended land entrlec and lnv**s- Ollie« in Amerhan Bank A Triml Com
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ft into I n *w house, which tlgate nil new- ones, so thnt there
The question arose wl, her, after
Geo. Grfzzl' . of Kiamath Falls, va <
’r • co: pl tod
will b<> no undue dela) lu grunting
•ut to Manuel Vierra's this w •>:
man could asHfen ht’ Irtere t in tfrn
Ei cent Boyd it de a trip to Klam- patent*
buying some grain.
S LAM ATM FALLS
Friday was an Ideal day for the uth Full» Tueuday.
The new agents to be appointed ,
Ward Rueck, who has been absent . land without forfeiting tii* right to a
Spring Millinery Openings and the
Blanche Thompson and Ml i Curl, will be required to pan .'Xamlnntlons
8rom school on account of sickness
The of Long Lake, visited In I’levna dis testing their qiialltl. atlons as land
pat ladies were out in full force
Mas recovered and is with us again.
trict We.lm- lay.
mid timber experts.
Mrs. L. M. Fitch has received a ent will issue in the name of tile five millinery stores of the city were
tetter from Mrs. H. li. Bishop, of ;
FOB SALE A fin« ranch of «00
Kennet, California, who was in tbisj net', afier such final proof has been I a great day for the ladb s. The stores the home» of Mr. Curl Tuesday even
250 head of cattle, 100 head 'O
county a short time ago, stating' that
reported a good time.
of horses and mules. Price 825,000.
•he and her husband would return one-half of the irrigable area of the large and attractive line of millin-
Miss Mattie Foster, who has been 10-2»
MASON 4 SLOUGH.
■ AS—AM » rv*. • H O, a I
to Klamath County the 1st of Amil
AfRITg FOR CATAL <XJ I
Otto Hoppe aud brother, Robe:'
¡the government of the charges, fees I .-------------------- . . -------- - ------—
were at Godfrey Berk’s Thursday.
Joseph McCurdy, who at one time
Mved in Yonna Valley, ba3 lately pur
GOVERNMENT GETS l»IT< II.
chased a place in Grants Pass.
Fred Brooks went to the Falla on
Tuesday to get his daughter, who has
been attending school there. She will and Heileman were in Merrill sev-
oral days the paat week and while
*ow enter school at Dairy.
Mrs. M. P. Nelson and children ' there made arrangements with the
arrived at their home in Yonna Mon shareholders of the Van Brimmer
day. Mr. Nelson went to the Falls ditch company to furnish from the
to meet them. They had been on a South Branch canal 50-second feet of
visit with relatives in Minnesota.
This will be amply sufficient to Ir-
Emil Flackus is busy this week
j rigate. the five thousand acres of 1
grubbing sagebrush on his place.
We understand that Geo. Morine. land now covered by the Van Brimmer .
ditch obtaining water from Lower;
of Bonanza Is sick In bed.
Harrison Gray made a business Klamath Lake through a channel cut '
for that purpose.
trip to Bonanza Tnursday.
The South Branch canal carries '
Walter Simpson has been busy late-'
water from Upper Klamath Lake,
ty plowing for Wm. Welch.
Theo. Ilammersley made a busi- which will be turned into the Van-!
Brimmer dften from the government
ae3B trip to Dairy Wednesday.
Jacob Rueck went to Bonanza last headgate and doing away with the
Tuesday to sell some horses to Mr. ; channel to the lower lake,
The cost of water will remain the
Stewart, the horse buyer, who is
same as at present, the shareholders
m<w at Bonanza.
Mrs. L. M. Fitch 1* now having only giving up their right to the cut
from tbe lower lake.
green wood cut for next summer.
The cost of water to the farmers
Perry Randles and John Ander
son were busy making Improvements under the VanBrimrner ditch has
en Manuel Vierra's barn last Tues been merely tbe small sum for main
tenance, and this will be lessened by
L. A. Sterzl and Wm. Wight have removing the necessity of having to
started plowing, as they think it keep the channel to the lower lake
means spring now.
John Pool sold a team to
A young French chemist has suc
J. H. O'Brien bought some oats ceeded in producing artificial sap
from L. A. Sterzl last week,
phires from melted alumina in much
Theo. Flack us is making a good the same manner as artificial rubles
tiling by fanning out a stack of oat are made.
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ku.XNA VALLEY lll.MS.
FRANK IRA WHITE
THE LAND MAN
Mills Addition Lots
FRANK IRA WHITE
fHE I AND MAN
C. C. BROWER