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ome to Klamath Falls Railroad Day. Visit the City’s Best
Store. Inspect our complete stocks of Clothing, Furnish-
iiigs, Shoe s, Hats, Dry Goods. Get our prices, Make this store
vniir headquarters. You’re welcome
K. K. K STORI
walk«»! to tic Shook rum h Saturday, UerlliU 11» i k
ubseul from llm,
wi.»tc I» r molbi'r is working. Sh« school Mouday.
» «turned Sunday, accompanied by
Mr«. C. C. Pearsou uud Mrs. h.
mother, who tame to attend the Y. Gray wore tii Dairy Friday.
E. J. MURRAY. Editor
I l»arty al Manuel Vi.'i r a'».
| Harry Landis Stopped school Fri
Godfrey Beck anil W. II. Bliss went day and is now building fence on the
. to Bonanza on Tuesday.
John and Carl Kilter were riding
Mciirs. Ua-s.'tt nnd Hoagland of
■for horse.« Saturday.
llouauia were in the Reservation
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
J. G. Wight returned from th«» looking for hors s Sunday.
Falls Monday evening.
Mr. Phillips of the Fulls stayed
All communications submitted for pubiitatiou in Clie columns of this
IxBiise and l’»»'uìah Flackus vklted
night Bunday ul Mrs. L. M.
paper will L, Inserted only over the name of tl ■ writer. No non de pl.;;;
at the Fitch ranch Suuday.
tc'.i'a. J. s Cruvuus also .topped
» « “•
Je. ry Beai son a»*d Joe Welch,who
ii »> Sunduy ou I ls way to the
are '..» rki: g on ti « i*.«] n ar Yainax,
because (1) The roadway tim'd not lay cd nil nlgl.t at G 'o. Ritter’s place
Y. Gray was at John Llrid’s
be built moretban oue-1 alt as wide Monday,
lie Hands tlic County Courl ant] at the Aiiamout roadway, which
811M Clark?. Jn::;-s i *ig"«. LutlnTg:
Slurzl was In Dairy Sun-lny.
•cost $10.PUD a mile; (2) the ruck Sterzl. Orin Mcf umncr, Ernest Nail i
W. La. Simpson was visitlag
Ro.::ii:.a a Wurm One.
on tl at road bad to be hauled by 1’nt Colal an and Emil Fl.wki.s wen
Lomu of Mrs. <J. C. P» ui son
Editor Republican:—Taking it for wagon from one to three miles, Dairy visitors S.iturday.
G. G. Anderson a: d E. Arant of!
granted tint you believe in fair play,' "trie on this road ti o roc* is close
Dairy were baull g wood la .t wpe’x.'
I venture to beg tiro use of so- e of
’ ■ ' d: ( 1 it ■ . t I n. ' c *>t s
Orin ' e 'ii" er w. ; riding fo;
j « .
..... be 1 ope oí
ting $20t»v to i ak? the Altamont gu<!
jro; r r I • « right respecting the beforo a rock was placed upon it. ’ orses Sat tiiday.
nkc.t are beginning to i
■petition wi tch I had the 1 onor to while ia this case the grading
pr.3,*:t to the County Commission- 14 almost complete as it now come out, n« Joi n and Carl Ritter ■
(4) the county las lately killed one Saturday.
Work I t going on tit n wholesale <
er3 last week, as they are liable to Is;
Eddie SeJge, who underwear rat« on tl.o mountain real nortl
be misled by your article of a iec.*al. - “
I now and expansive road-
date. Let me say, at first, the petl- building machinery—which Dairy an operation for appendicitis while, if Yonna. Tic cr*.*w It now work-1
in California, 1; reported as getting Ing a short dlttanc* above the I
» .dial» t’ ;:»■■ mill. They ate blust- I
to «lorn it was presented—all but which such work cau b * dono b tt t ;.i>' -. tile d,
than before, 1 thereby '
J: ■ < nt a rhl».»' of rtick n <1 lav.
four in tie i"ecetn tint i know >*.•••;
Laving been seen. It ia. therefore, leisenlng tbe-cost of such work; and ‘Jus were at Trout Creek last w» k. .».s i tn.pi. te»i putting iu n pl**c • of
A dreadful wind storm prevailed cortlroj at the saw mill. They will I
fair to say it represents the views of (5) labor and t u:ns can ba s "Cured
aurK as tai ua li.o ScytiUau liver.
every citizen and tax payer. It asked -® Per cent cl eaper than they could in Yont.a last Saturday,
Itnn Welch hits been hr aking a,
for the rock-surfacing of the road when the road to Altamont war
acrcs3 Fine Flat and the Low hill—a built, and. besides, the expedience Yonna looking after 1:1« Interests, rc- l.nr « for John And rsen tilt week
Win. Wight was nt Manuel Vl**r
mile and a half altogether—and not obtained In building tho Altamont turned Saturday to the Falls.
Ci as. Drew was riding ou tho Res a’» Sunday.
the whole r< •oad between Oleno and road ought to be worth quite a neat
Tl*» weather look« cloudy and
Dairy, as you put it. It represented s;in>- Thus, it is s?en, that the po-.il- ervation the past week.
Geo. Kilter went to tho Fails on c ow fell 1» th on Monday an»! Tire»
tl at tils road is the scutieal and '•*on ta**'n by the board, as quote»]
It 1« altog th» r too colil to b<
b st read through tl^ county to thei in your article, that the improve- Monday.
Mrs. Godfrey I; t-k is visit Ing at the
east—us d alike by the public and nient asked for would “take the cn-
Bc»'k wna hauling ■ ’ ak*
ti * sages, we ich is marr* J only by l*ro r; nd fund is r.ot s p;x>rted I. Lome of Mrs. L. A. Sl.-rzi this w> k
Mrs. Etta Randles went to Bonanza
the bad n.aces on Pine Flat and Low ¡its fact*. The 3ta; -meat was p ib-
Hil. Ti • fr I ’ tors from Lakevl *w, linked some tuont. s ago in the Kla-
Join Anderson went to I’.« Shook
Biy, Pai .l?y and Yainax
take this «ath l ulls n new
* , a,.».■ . a.?, co:;.i g
y to g it a borsa.
route by pr< f rence, b. causa it is from Judgs Griffith, f. at t'.ta-coun- ranch Su
bud luck with
Mr. Vierra Is 1 avi
tar shorter, ar.d, in the main, better ty would spend $23,000 this suninr r
tl an 3V ctLcr. In asking for this in the effort to make good roads to 1 is crop3 tl is year again,
The macadamizing of sow ing the Fl «her field u
therefore; t o people Lakevl w.
Of Dairy precinct are in direct II-e tl o Low till and 1 ine Flat would com.i o.' tee wind Lluaiuj
John Hiller Is hauling Ll.e next
with tie b si good of the greatest be of more service hr that line tl an
number wl o wi d. to go cast or w -st any other liuprovemont the county year’s supply of wooJ to tho Hiid
SAUSAGES or ail SINHS
tl ro. gii t e e.. :tern part of the coun
ty. Every prison who wlsl.cj to Why not act in good faith in thta
A fine lot of tl orougbbred H**r**-
travel from Klamath Falls to Yainax, matter? To quote further:
’ : ' ■
Ely, lalzlcy cr Lakeview would i.a-
:d will carry out their or glnal ' IJ
<• *> <• <
gu L this route, especially plans, wl Ich is to Improve both rn::;c.nX Va'.l ■. to Co ZX ranch n ar
’if that I;..;
: meat were made. It roads a« much as the money at their
Chas. Hughes and wife stayed
It is loped
Is, therefore, only fair to say that disposal will pc.nilt.’’
tl 13 is rot merely a local affair, U at tl Is w ill be done, but why ap ?? r. V
1:1 i vnvi
brougi t up I ause of local jealousy propriate 1300 for the ro';::<!;ibo.it They v. i : e oa tl. ir way to A.ihla i.l,
cr rivr’r;, I
for the common gool read and not a cent for the direct v m tt« latter v. ill remain. W: er
MERCER (Pa.), May 1 1. Within
H3 w II 1.3 f r the best interests of road that all freighters lave b-'en the former r-tarns be will bring <
ti is p ■
In fact, the whois using, are using and will continuo lead of grain tor smio nx*n at Bi. ihre« I ours after Jam» s II. flriyli
Mr. and Mrs. Adam.« and Mr. Phil and 1.1s wifu wäre s nten iad yestor-
county ■ is interested in securing the to U3?, let the board do wl at it will?
shortest ami b st road3 throughout . Tb® phra30 “bolh roads” is good. lips were guc?ts at the Fitch Lorn* luy for tho kldnapplng of Willl-
Whltla, Roy Io gav<> out a public,
Its borders, and that their money ‘ whether invented by village lot Sunday.
Sam Randi •; Is t! rough putting in dgned stat -ment of th*, kidnapping
stall not be diverted or frittered boomers or tho brilliant Imigr. itlon
>f Willie W! itla. In It he accuse*
sway uy-n d? lin«», f 'ji if such a of the gifted Judg Griffith. It is to tl c cro¡>3 oa tho Cl 11 I r«’ place.
Mrs. L. M. Fitcli was in Dairy or Harry Forkor, brot her-iu-la w of
course might possibly advance the ; laugh.
lam»11 P. Whltla, father of Willi e|
intererts of r -tain fT.cemed gentle-j
The members of the county board Wetlnc.iny.
Carl Adams and hl.; father we.
I ItJo, the kldnnpp» 1 boy, of having
men. who are, possibly, a littla are welcome to pualdi me all th«y
franu d tho entire
cntlro plot, and toll?
more intere-ted in the enhanc- ment liko for my indignant prot. t, but In Dairy Monday.
Dock Tool and .1« s Drew were rid >t a sen latlonal murder wl tab oc
of the mark t value of corner lots .when, by so doing, they lose sight
NAIROBI, Brit I,h East Africa.
tl an they are in the general welfare of the public interest and do a public log for horses at tho I! ■s -rvatlon or. curred in Youngstown. Olio, some
Icll Us What
• cars r.go. The convicted kidnaper May 5.-- Theodore Roosevelt went
of tl.e pubiic. J admit that I was wrong, I submit that it Is quite an- Sunday,
alleges In the statement that for hunting again yesterday, and before
Indignant and “hot under the collar’’ otl er matter, and a more serious
Iho chase was over two more big
when 1 heard, from one of the Coun-
We will plan, estimate and con
Wm. Flackus and Godfrey B'*ck Forkor Jn connection with this crime. lions Lail fallen before his gun.
ty Commi; loners, that an “agree other considerations I might submit,
trari for nny Iron. Stone, Brisk, Con
To Boyle’s charges, both Porker These animals wore encountered anil trete or I r.iitu* Building for < ini,true-
ment" had been made by the board! but I leave them for the future, if traded I ortes tl Is week.
C. C. Pearson and son, Jerry; W ind Whltla inako emphatic denials. killed In tho tnil grass.
with certain esteemed gentlemen necessary, and subscribe myself,
lion in Noulliern Oregon. We guar-
L. Simpson and Jos. Welch cam*
C. W. SHERMAN, Si
Roosev«lt now hns tho record for untre Economy, Efficiency and Malls-
living at an ambitious village, some
down from tho carnp, wherethey bad
Dairy, Oregon, May 10, 1009.
Dr. A. A. D«puy arrived In the lion killing In the Protectorate, f act ion.
miles from the main road to Lake-
been working on the road, Saturday "Ity last evening from Oakland. The Since Saturday of last week a total
View, and an appropriation had been
night. After laving a great deal of Doctor was anxious to sen how great I of live lions and one lioness have
made to improve the roads leading
« | blacksmith work dono, such as bor * has
been the development hero dur (been bagged by him.
to their “city,” "In the interest of
NEWS FROM YONNA.
♦ shod and drills sharpened, they r< ing the
past two years, and was ng- I
harmony.” And didn't I have good i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦
♦ ♦ turned to the mountains.
r«' ably surprised with the progress i
cause to be hot? True, I have no
NOTH I*; FOR PI BLL'ATION.
Adam Weldman went to the Fall? made. Ho Is one of the substantial
percornl Interest at stake,
Henry Meyer was In Dairy Satur
of the Interior, United
Monday to get a load of lumber with land owners of the county, and Is
value of my little home and home day.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Tlito
Ntatcs Land Office.
hero primarily to look after his In
stead would not be affected In any
Chas. Carlson and M. I’. Nelson
Lakeview, On*., May 8, 1909.
in the time to place your orders for
terests In the county. He expects to
event; and I am too old to engage went to the Falls Monday. Mr. Nel place.
Notico Is hereby given that tho
Ivan Welch was In Dairy Saturday remain for some time.
In speculation for the sake, even, of I son will remain at the Falta, where
Delivery. Our stock Is conipleto
Sarita Fo Railroad Co., by Charles'
a fortune. But where the public in be will do some carpenter work.
IL McGinnis, of Portland, Oregon, nnd your needs can la*st I m » met at
D. Y. Gray was at Joo Welch’s
terest is about to be sacrificed it
A birthday dinner which was a
Superintendent W. F. Arant left
filed In this office Its application this time. Drop me a ¡Kintal uud
aft cts me perhaps more deeply than ' very pleasant affair was given in place Sunday to have «orne bluck- last Friday on his way to Crater
to select under the provisions of tho
It would a mere money-grabber. And honor of Messrs. Geo. Ritter, Manuel
Lake. Where he will Investigate the
I will call.
Mr.McCrinne.the horse buyer,went conditions of the buildings which Act jf Congress, approved Juno 4,
I wrote a letter to Albert Walker, 1 Vierra, W. H. Bliss and E. Egert,
1897, and Juno G, 1900, tho NE’J,
A. E. DENSINGKR,
urging him to do what he could to whose birthdays all come in May, at 'to the Reservation Sunday.
were injured by the heavy snow
SW'4, Sec. 22. T. 2.7 H , R. 11
’’stop the d al,” in which I used the home of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
last winter. There Is still several
W. M. Any and all persons claiming Representing Oregon Nursery Co*«
some terms that I now regret—im Vierra of Yonna last Sunday. For her son, Wm. Flnckus, Sunday.
foot of snow at the camp five miles
adversely the lands described, or de
Homer Hutchinson from Klamath from the lake.
pugning the motives of members of seveial years they Lave celebrated
the beard and denouncing the "un their birthdays together, each taking Falls stopped at Manuel Vierra’s
eral character of tho land, or for
holy agreement.” Then I prepared turn in giving the dinner,
Those • place Monday.
W. T. Elliott has gone to Vln- nny other reason, to tho disposal to
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McCumber arid rennet, Indiana, on
the petition, which was the mo3t present this year were: Mr. and Mrs.
family wont to Trout Creek Sunday. nectod with property he owns there, applicant, should filo thefr affidavits
popular tl Ing I ever struck. Every Manuel Vierra, Mr. and Mrs.
of protest Inthls office on or before
body wanted to sign it, even some Ritter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bliss I Thomas Rrnnley was looking after lie expects to bo gono about a
Juno 24, 1909.
m n from Bly.
For an up-to-date wheel, get
and daughter, Nellie; Mr. and Mrs. his cattle In the Reservation last month.
J, N. WATSON,
So much for that. Now as to the Emil Egert and daughter, Lou lie;
n Rnmldcr, on aule nt Ilio Gl 'N
cost of the improvement.
Judge Mr. and Mrs. Perry Randles, A. 1 Geo. Grizzle nnd Geo.
For nulo or renU
It only requires a few dollars In
Tents to rent. Guns. Wo curry
Griffith said it would cost $15,000 Weidman, Mrs. Scy Pool, Mr. and hauling freight to > Lakeview last vested in Midland to Insure a profit
In the Klamath Republican, a week-1
to build the 1
miles of rock-cover Mis. Godfrey Beck and family, John ' week.
» full lino of sporting goods.
of several hundred dollars within n 1y newspaper printed nt Klnmnth '
ed road, as asked for. I beg to differ and Carl Ritter. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. I C. W. Shermnn came back from the
year or two.
28 Falls, Oregon, for a period of nt
with him, much as I have been led Bonnett of Klamath Falls were also 1 Falls one day last week.
THE GUN STORE
least thirty days prior to tho date
Mr. Griffith was at Manuel Vierra’s
to respect his judgment in general. members of the birthday club, and
Cedar Posts For Hale Good 6% last mentioned In tho foregoing
a. n. CHAMBERS,
I do not believe It will cost more regret very much that they could not place one day last. week.
foot cedar posts for sale cheap. notico.
the Atnzritnn Hotel.
than one-third of that sum, and, if be present this year.
Address, Hamilton Mulkey, Klamath
J. N. WATSON.
It docs, it will be money well spent,
Miss Nellie Bliss from Hildebrand
4-5 5 « r. 12 « 17
L-.ftOIhG NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
IILN vou think of it
that you pass more
time in your sleeping chain
ber than in any other part of
the house, you want the place
as com fort able as possible,
Let us start von out with a
haiidsome new bedroom suite
or. at least, one of those ele
gant metal bedsteads, fitted
w ith soft mattress and gent
ly-y ie!d i ng springs
merits just now
WEISS & tRWIND
ALL Ht[S CF FL l SH. SAL!
YOUR SEED GRAIN