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MAY OPEN LAMMI IX RESERVES.
KI Pounds of lti<«> *i IMI (Regular Pri«« IO» per pound).
Regular Sfic < offre, 2T h p r |«>uiid.
U r nw-ct all cut price»* on Sugar.
I0O | h > uii »I Ha« k Hto< k H Ii, gl.lM.
fi<> pound H»» k Stock Hail, (Me.
no pound Dairy Halt, 70«.
All tliear priies ar»a along the line with other goods wr
carry. < nil on us and I m - convinced.
W«- SW HIMMFIEKM—
not kiKHki rs.
Bring u> your pr< du»o aiul poultry and get llw
»wall or trade it out.
Hr want It.
Your* Iff please,
from Ixmg Lake to Klamath
4 •••«••••••«•••»•S 4 : . lumber
••«♦«**•**•**♦*•• (L F. bevlt», RIH
ford Sivils hauled a load of wood
Tho Fulls vlsliois fixini Plevna
district Balutduy worn: Mr. Brent-
Ernest Boyd of IxjtiK laike just
nur, Sr , Mis. A. Brentnur, Ji . C
received an Invitation to uttend the
B. Faulknur, Alexander und Nickel
wedding of bl* Mister, Margaret
Karecow, U. F. Bevits and son,
Hoyd, and Robert Gibson of Med
Clifford, G. llyeis aud Mill Ramsey
ford, whlcb will tukc place May (>th
G. W. ilviivhlB sad Elsie Mur- i of this year
gun p«u»u»l i.» re Suluiduy ou tiieli '
Roy iirown of Ixmg laike was 1)1
way lo lbs Falls.
Lloyd Alford rode out to tho
Mr. Curl and Roy Brown of Ixing
raueb Baluiday murulug to do the Lake touk u four-borse load of
wood to town Friday.
Ivan aud Fred Lamb and I famille»
Sunday School Is still in progree*
have moved to Ixing Luke, , where at the Round Laku school house
they will stay for ouu month, after
Mrs. Curl and duugbter, Florence,
which they will go lo California
wore at the the Falls doing lome
G. Byers and fumlly viail< d with shopping Thursday
Mr McCornack and Geo. Moore
Mr. aud Mrs. A. M Button Sunday
aud br iugul Louie tlaur »uu, lioiuur, are putting in the crop on the for-
who has been visiting with bls mer's upper place
Mr Griffith and Mies Meredith
auul, Mrs. button.
ut the latter's homestead last
Roy Urowu and Mr. Curl, while
returning ba»uiduy ovenlug from
Ivau and Fred Lamb and families
Mr. Van Vulsmburg s with u load of
have moved again from ixing Lake
bay, ran over a slump, upsetting
to Mr McCornack's timber to cut
Botuu slight but DU
serious Injuries weru sustained.
B. Thompson and Ernest Royd
Ernest Boyd weut to Mr. Hawkin s have about one hundred and fifty
placo Sunday afier some horses
tiers of wood cut to date
J. H. Barnes, Charley and t’llf-
Roy Brown is breaking a borie
ford Bevits and BIII 1'annoy went for Mr. Curl.
Mrs. Hawkins visited Mrs Thomp
E. Thompson I II plautlng garden son Thursday
Charley Bevits la working for Mr
IND1ANH yl lT THE GAME.
Sutton this week.
Curl and children went
(Ivor four hundred people wit
flower picking Friday.
nessed tbe bull game Bunday be
many pretty wild Howers iu bloom
tween the Klamuth Falls teams and
tho Klumutb Slurs from the Ageney
U. F. Bevits drilled In his alfalfa
Tho gauio ended In the last halt
of tho ninth Inning with tho Kla
math Fall* boys ut the but.
catcher and other members of the
K. Tbonip.ion and family visited
Indian tenui quit on account of a
nt tho homo of Mr. Griffith and Ills
misunderstanding over the tally.”
niece, Miss Meredith Sunday uven-
with tho scoru 16 to 1«.
Indian boy* contended that there
Mr. Talbot hauled a load of hay
wuro three mon out when the tally
front I Mr. Byers Munday evening.
only showed two. In order to avoid
Ijt.rl Tuesday IL E. Korns of Kono
uny cause for ill feeling o«»r the
passed through Plevna, going to tile i
game, it win decldod to »Al I the
gamo a tic.
Blanche Thompson visited
Everything wont smooth up to the
Klamath Lake nehool Monday.
fifth inning, but after that there was
G. F. 8<'vlts nnd family made a
considerable argumont over the do-
trip to G. W. Ileavilln's on business
ions of the umpire by both sides.
Each uid»‘, however, accepted tho do
Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins vlRttod
cislons without any unpleasantness.
Mrs. McCornack Monday.
Now suits for the Klumath Fulls
Mr. Alford Is drilling In hl* oats I
team uro expected to urrivo this
i Meek, and the Uno up will be made
J. 11. Barnes, son and dau ighter, soou.
Sundays gume was a sort
lam and Avis, and Clifford Bevitsl
FallH1“^ lry °ut lo dotormlno tho best
and Bill Ramsey went to the
players for the several positions.
¡It is said that Marlin, Kinnoy,
Jodll Foster wont to his home-
Sloan and others of tho old teum
stead Monday to finish putting In
¡will enter tho game ngnin this year,
. ¡and It Is very favorable for tho for-
Mr. Curl nnd Ivan
I mutton of two good teams in the
aro cutting wood together.
I city this year, besides tho High
Irving Brown arrived at Ixmg
School team. Bovoral strung players
Lake Sunday from Yreka, Cal., to
were noticeable in yesterday's game.
visit his brother, Roy, and also to
•«cure a position for tho summer.
Mr. Tulbot mado a trip to G. F,
STATE BOOSTERS MEETING.
Bevits* Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Ivan Lamb called on Mrs.
Tom Richardson has called •
Fred Lamb Monday afternoon.
meeting of the managers of all the
G. F. Bevits hauled some hay to, commercial and promotion organisa
Mr. flponcor’s place for G. W. Hvav- tions of tho state to moot In Eugene
on April 2 8th for ono day.
Goldie Lamb visited Mrs. Curl purpose of themoottng is to exchange
Ideas and methodo with each other,
Mr. Karecow and sons, Alexander, and to form and co-ordinate tho men
and Nickel, hauled a load of wood ns boosters for the whole ntato an
from tho timber Tuesday.
well ns for Individual sortions, The
Grace Thompson visited with Mrs. mooting will bo under tho auspices
Curl of Long Lake Thursday.
of tho Oregon Development League.
Ernest Bonnet hauled a load of
lumber from Long Lako down tho
Bocauao tho referendum is being
Invoked on the Increased salary of
Lloyd Weaver is on hfa way from Circuit Judge William Smith of
Malheur to visit with Mr. Curl of linker City, friends of Smith are, in
rctalltation, Invoking tho referendum
Mr. Hawkins hanlod a load of on tho scalp bounty law
TO Bf'If.D SIDEWALKS.
WAHIIINGTON II Is tho exp»*cta- 1
The first ripple of the approaching
tlon of Wr.itorn Becalors and Cong tidal wav» of devoiopnient that Is to
ion .K.n tl ut in u.i of uKiicuituru) »■■■oep tl rouglout this city and coun
luti'lt now •inbiacciit wlltln forest' ly <> urir
rlr k g tne
approuci Ing sutnms
roi uvin will ultlmatel/ i> i reUored arrived Friday «nd l.i Indicated by
to tho public dux um. Ti 11 expecta tl r> pro pored conitr icMon of over a
tion grows out of tli<- lU' l ti ut B < mil« .of sid» walks Iu the Mills
WII uu i us <>rd< red the addition.
folio» ing gentlemen
For« , t Hi rvl< ■ to make tin ezamfna- ' rm » »t
of tie Klamath Korpora
lion ar.d ela- h II1< atlou of ti <i various i l|on, the company owning the Mills
Western r» i-rv» , s tting forth by addition and adjacent lauds, arrived
rriupM r nd by description tl OMt areas* l.« r. on Thursday';; bout- A. L. Dnr
now iom ' iv »'»! whlcb are purely or i .row, president; C. W. Eberiein, pree-
largely agricultuiul lands, as dls- i 11' ut of th»i Enterprise l.and nnd
tlngulBhml from puerly timber lands 1 Improvement Company; Colonel W
The action of H»»-r» lury Wllsou Is O.Bowers, mannger of tho Capitol
mote slgulfirant than upjx ara on Its Hotel, Attorney J. O. Prewett and
fin»- . During the Roosevelt admin F. H. Krebs.
When Mr. Darrow
istration, B'cretury Wilson hud no was seen by a ropre ’ ntatlve of this
say whatever r» gurdlng forestry paper he stated that they were here
affairs, not withstanding the Forest on their annual tour of Inspection
Service was a bureau In the Depart- ( and to make plans for the Improve
mont <>f Agriculture, it Is true that ment and development of their
many forestry mutters were handled property.
over the signature of R»<r«tary Wil
"We realise that time Is at band
son, but it In a matter of fact that for the growth or death ef Klamath
the letters signed by Wilson were Falls.
We want to see Klamath
written in the Forestry Department Falls the biggest city between Sac
and his signature was ufflxr-d merely ramento and Portland, and we be
in a perfunctory manner, and iu lieve it will be.
We are here to
'order that the action taken might do our si are in making it so, and
' literally be In conformity with tl e ’ tho b<-ut evidence that we have to
'law, for uudcr the law certain things i off» r of our disposition in thl« di rec
I must be done by the Secretary of lion is what we propose to do dur
Agriculture, and not by uny official ing the approaching summer. Our
of the Forest Service
property will be sold at reasonable
Now, for the first time, Secretary price and on easy terms, and It will
Wilson In giving orders to th«- For<-nt bo well advertised. We stand ready
Service. He in superior to the Chief to help every movement for the
Forester, an the law Intended, and is growth and betterment of the city,
exercising general supervision over and in doing co we believe we are
the Forest Service, just aa he do simply going along with the general
minates al! other bureaus of the De j movement.”
partment at Agriculture.
in these views tbe other members
At the Instance of the Forest 8<-r- joi luu company coincided heartily
CXagrees several year» ago Coming from a live city with a live »
passed a law permitting the home- property to push, imbued with a
sU-Hdlng of ugrlcultural lands within boosting spirit, this organization Is
forest reserves, and aft».-r this bad certain to be an important factor in
been accomplished, the Service was Inducing people to come here. The
very reluctant about eliminating wide publicity given this city and
from forest reserves uny agricultural county through the advertising this
areas thnt might be found within company has dono has brought rpany
It was pointed out |tnttiers, and so goed have th« re
that under this law settlers could sult" been that a greater effort is
homestead agricultural lands within to be made during tbe coming ,
tbe reserves just us well an If (he gammer.
agricultural ar»as were eliminated.
One of the first steps to be taken
Hut It is the experience of Western
_ . »
by tbe company looking toward to
men that bomesteads,under that law,
improvement of their property will
are more difficult to make than
be the construction of a four-foot
tiorpuateads on the open public do
sidewalk from the depot to and
main, and the figures show that
through the Millsaddition. it will be
comparatively small areas within
so laid as to open up tbe greatest
reserves are being homesteaded.
amount of territory, as well as to
advance the Interests of those who
n sympathy with Western men who
now own property there. Steps will
aro anxious to open up these agrl-
be at once taken to-secure prices on
cultural lands to settlement, and it
the cost of a macadamized road
1» the hope af those who have ap
through the center of the tract, and
pealed to bim that In time many
many of the streets will be grimed
eliminations will be made, especially
and put in such condition that it
of largo areas of agricultural lands
will require the severest weather to
which often occur along streams
traversing forest reserves.
Mr. Darrow and party will remain
here until Sunday morning, when
PEII BROTHER TO 1‘IGH.
they will return to their homes. It
Is quite likely that most of them
NEW ORLEANS. April 21.—In- will be here to take part in the
ensed because bls stepmother tail Rallrond Day Celebration, and if
wasplaced in jail at Opelousas. The possible bring a largo contingent of
iu chai go uf his y oung stepbrothers their friends.
and sinters for the day, Tom Godfrey,
o 12-> oar-old negro boy, fed the
FORINT RESERVES TO
youngest of Lis charges to the hogs,
BE EXAMINED ANEW
•nd later witti an axu Inliicled what
probably a III prove fatal wounds on
Secretary Wilson of the Depart
the beads of the oilier children,
ment cf Agricultural has directed
Throa children were injured, Tom
.that thorough examination be made
was placed iu jail at Opclousts. The
during the coming summer of all
Tho baby's hands
forest reserves by agents of the Goo-
eaten off by tho h< gs when found.
| logical Survey and that classification
but it was still alive.
be made of all nos timbered areas
The stoptp'’thor strr.fghway whip
.and land more valuable for agri
ped Tom and when she went for a
culture than timber, with a view to
doctor to attend the baby, Tom
-iimlnutiug such lands from the for-
Belied an axe aud attacked his
i ests and placing them at the dis
6-yewr-oid stepbrT.hor, inflicting sev
posal of the public for settlement
eral deep wounds.
and entry. It is estimated that 30
The young stepsister interfered,»
per cent of the forest reserve areas
and lie crushed lier skull with tbe
will be restored to public use if Sec
axe. The girl is dying and the other
retary Wilson's order is carried
two children hnve little chance for
I into effect.
Tho United Stutes Civil Commis
sion announces an examination on
May 26, 11*03, at Klamath Falls, to
secure eligible* from which to
make certification to till vacancies as
they may occur In tho position of
field clerk. In tho Reclamation Ser
vice, at salaries of *60 to *126 a
month. Examination will cousist in
spelling, arithmetic, letter writing,
penmanship and coyping and with
book-keeping, typewriting or steno
at onco for application form 304.
either to the United States Civil Ser
vice Commission, Washington, I). C.,
or to tho Secretary of the Hoard of
Examiners for the Reclamation Ser
vice at the place of examination. No
applications will bo accepted unless
properly executed and filed with the
Commission nt Washington.
Thnt "Clean up" day suggestion
made by the Chamber of I’omerce
was a good idea, but evldnetly it
ncods pushing to make it a success.
•>!» I u.d
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H tatz or Gaza»»». I
Couoty >>i Klaiimth,f
l,J M. Bien eos. Ua»i.ier of tbe abova-narned bsnk, <lo solrmnly
asear tliat tlie aleiVe staleineiit is truc lo ihe fiest uf my kn<>wlr<l*e and
J. W. SIEMENS, Caslner.
Buliscribe<i and sworn to before me Ibis llib »Isy of Febrnarv, IW9.
A. Míim», Ja , Notary i'ublic.
C okm acr—Attest
«. W. WHirE,
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
During Harch and April
From All Parts of the East.
OREGON SHORT LINE.
THE OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
$2.5 From OMAHA.
$33 From CHICAGO.
$25 From KANSAS CITY. $30.50 from ST. LOUIS
Correspondingly low from all other points.
TO THE PUBLIC
Write letters to everybody you know In the East and tell them
about these low colonist rates. Send them literature about
Oregon, er send tbeir addresses to us and we will do it. In
this way you can be a great help in the growth and progress of
YOU CAN PREPAY FARES
if you want to. Deposit the necessary amount with our local
agent and he will telegraph ticket for anyone from any place
Inquire of Agents or write to
General Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Co. d & Navigation Co.,
The Oregon Railroa (Lines in Oregon).
M odern C omtort
MoDXRxn P ricks
The Tourist Headqnart««
of Columbia Valley
ENGAGE ROOMS EARLY
FOR THF Al ASK l-
A. X ROXTON. »««<
M ASON & S l OU G H
A. choice line of invest
ments tlicit will llltlke
tlio purchaser money
FAILED TO AGREE.
llntchcr Not Convicted
YREKA, April 2L—The jury in
the Robert Green grand larceny case
which has been on trial since April
12th in the superior court was un
able to agree and was discharged
by the court at 8 o'clock last night
The case was submitted at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon, the arguments hav
ing occupied all the time of the
court yesterday up to that hour.
MASON & SLOUGH
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a», trivlnf iihiiu * of your tlrnlrr. an»i wr will mail
«m • pa< kr* of flow rr arrala Crow for your troubla
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CHAS. R. BALDWIN, Proprietor