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coi n r peuple .
GAI E II
Sixty thousand Inqulsltlvo persons
will outer tin Guvcrmuaut
i arly n it year. They must I
qul»ilivi> in old-i to I.old lle ir
Tbo sixty thousand UIU tlto census
enumerators wl om I i.clu Sum »»x*
peels to pay to gel ail rutta of iu-
forniailuu about hia nephews and
Tlie »01» of gaibcriiig the
s'.atistics which ho demands ii stu
pendous. In addition to the enumer-
ulois wlu do Ilin actual collecting
ot the Information by a house to
house canvaM, tl.ero nili be appoint-
ud 330 supervisors. Dlo’clor of the
Census North plana to placo one of
these ill ev?r> congr. isloi.al di :trlct
In tl.e country, and one ulso to have
cltargo of the work hi each
i of Mil
Before »electing your ¡wpcr ycu should tecume familiar with
new Spring Styles anil learn what general effects are to pre-
wail tlii» scasou.
All our iwper» are here, ami the »election
afforded far exceeds anything ever »howu tn the city before.
We have Wall Parer from It) cents n double roll and up.
We do paper hanging, ¡Minting, kalsomining and interior
WORK GV IRAN I I I D.
' GUARANTEED pAINTS
In the S¡ rii g Is the time to do ycur líeme I’ll I
; <t 1
slicutil selcit your grad«» of ¡ulut which wi.l
« ff. Our Paint
Faint ’ - ’ ar.
.;: ’ Guai
.i.mi ii. We
\\ e I I ’.aie
Largest Shij mi nt of Faints shown in tills city, and thus give
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
N; al's V<’g<>-
lalil > Pre scrip-
tlo’i I h Indlcut-
•I In nil <udl>
1.1 . .1
ui p dills, Its
g’.< d elf Ct I bo*
lug p ’rc. ptlido
Itotn t.i » voi y
fi. >i. K is Clltli-
pos’d of tuo
put >' .1 and ilio
r«-1 In blu
di ug ;
and ut ber bar»
infill ili iikv • bo*
Th i - mu ly dls-
fitti» n c e h to
w ..Ich I
TWO lll'NDRED Al III H.
One of tho ling, st Imlhhluul sale'
R. Woi udon ami
i h u i i »; u it
■Olii ut « vHltlnif ti
’ l’UI i P. 11. Hum on of Most iw, New Yoi
lx iu Lodgi» Hollow,
. i pinci tisi »I (rom Ilio Klaiutilh I*,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. ilubbJ spimi
Company, through I
Saturday und Sunday with W. II. I '*
I rept e icnlat!\«. 1». II. Campbell, twu
ihundred acres mi jol ill UK wl ut I*
Mr. und Mis. Henry lleason of 1 g ‘¡iornlly known ni the poln'cr
lied itoik, t ai., ciiaio through Gale
'l'ho lumi Is locateti about
llii'vci and une hulf mile» from Hi«
spent Monday at *
city mid Ii considered as being
iiiiiuiig tho very bust land In the
Miss Blanche liebln <>n I returned
Th«» parti -s Interest d de
Sunduy evening ft out the Fulls.
cllm'd lo »into wl nt price wiu paid.
Eugene llamoud wont to
: but It Is understood It was In the
Joh neon's Fi hluy.
neighborhood of $36, which 1» an
Mrs. M. Glu«uiului was In Merrill
I tr- in. I: low prli » for land ef ti i
on birilli ’ i.
'quality nnd location.
1 o d <
ailiiwur.ee o( *1
W t It la
W lllcll, W Ill'll
do the questioning the onumcrat bls dry ranch
OVR PAINTS ARE $1.90 PER GALLON.
ors will receive two cents p >
Hannon nml family.
We have Wall I*apcr from 10 cents a double n il and up.
sou Interviewed, lu a big state Ilk«
Cur. 7lit mid .Main Htrvits
Miss Dorthy Morgan lias been
Assist In tho «Kort to Improve the I
Falls • • ■ • Orcgou
We do palter hanging. |M»iutlng. kalsumiuing and interior
tuinllary conditions of the town by
Government will carry ou it» pay ridi w cok.
voting tor sewer bonds tomorrow.
3000 enumerators and 23 super-
Mr. nnd Mrs Charley Anderson
NOMI.I IllSt. M U.
went to the Falls Tuesday.
But tho work of tho census Is only
fi. 10. IK, 20 nnd 2b cont bitrgnin
Btuvk Wist of Public School
begun with the collection of statis- through Gale Thursday with a big
The executive commllteu of the siilo on Enamel Ware ut the ( ) Ural
tics. A big office force is required load of hay.
National Educational Association an next Haturday from 3 till tl p. m.
in Washington to urrunge the figures
Tho wind and freezing has killed
Here uro u fi w sciuplcs.
i ti.iunc.-s thu scl.'ctlon of Denver «»
, intelligently • aud Interpret them.
considerable grain In the vicinity of
io quart dish puni
The census bureau Is now housed Gale
5 quart stow pans
camp at Clear Lake with 1000 lbs I
• In a big red brick building near the
.1 quart dairy pans
♦ of pork and 160 lbs of lard.
NEUS FROM YON NA.
tu 9, 1909.
I I Inch wash basins
Manuel Vierra lias had to sow I Capitol, and Congress is expected to
some of his grain over again on appropriate several hundred thous-
do evd round trip fares which will
I and dollars at this session for un
Mrs. Geo. Smyth is at Mrs. Theo. account of the wind blowing it
F. M Ixub.) and It it Wallace, be In effect on July 1. The ticket»
Bammersley helping her during her
secretary and treasurer of the State will carry u going limit of ten days
NOTH I TO i III DI T orn .
Board of Barber Examiners, wore i iront date of sale, with final return
WOKK BEGINS ON THE
lu the Mutter of the Estate of John
In the city over Sunduy from Port I limit uf October 31, and Include
W. H. Bliss and daughter. Nellie,
IRRIGATION CANALS STILL KICKING ABOI T
li li..li. <1 . ... 4
made a trip to thè Reservation Tues
NARROW GAUGE ROAD. land, muklng an examination of the i stop-over privileges In butti dlrec-
Notice is li«’i< by given that thu
barb t shops of ths city.
Before » lions
day to see tho work on the road.
I « » »-• **.
1 » 1 * t «• ib,
«*« 1 limits
1 I s *« • 1 Thu
• 9« •— ft*
Tho Oregon Valley ¡.and Co. Is
fare und. i al; .J luí i l> n appointed by
Miss Anna Smyth visited at her now ready to begin the construction'
ALTURAS, May 10.—The N C. leaving on the boat this morning an from Ashland, both ways via Port,
County Court uf Klmnutb I'oun
sister's, Mrs. Thos. Michael, Monday. work on the irrigation canals, and O. railway has agalli cl. ii; ; ■<! t: ■ examination was given to C. II. laud. will be $ b u . 3 0.
Oregon, Aditili:! »1 tutor of Ilio
Ennis of Merrill nml .1 S. Espy of
As nil thu lini*» tn Colorado nnd |’-state <’f John II. Hall, dec a» <1, mid
The weather has been so dry late Is open for blds for such work. The time Bched'al ’or i.t.0 departure of
surra uc.dlng a
ngi • <1 to all pvl iMJtIH
ly that the farmers are beginning saw mill for making lumber and trains from A'»e’as. It will be rc-
claims agii I usi
Secretary I . abo compliment. <1 th«
> ’1! ;
to fear for their crops and are work timber in building th.« flum. .=. etc. membered tl ai a f v days
a rate of ono for«» for the »I ) I into
by requin d to
ing \<ry hard to g-.t them in before is now being brought from Alturas, road changed Its limo to through barbers of this city on tho e
I trip following the con vontlon.
The telephone lino from tiro dam to runs between Reno and A I uras, •anlia.y comlitk
it ge ts any dryer.
i points In Cul< ado. It In prob* by U* •« " 'I
me nt thu laiw
tho up-to-date t
< r h
Mra. Iva Mici a. I of'Pine Flat was the head engineer’s office is finished. thus eliminating the over-night d«ad
II ink •idvuntago of the Falls Ot
will In r.ix months
visiting at tl.B 1 ...e v. Mr. aud Mrs.
O. V. L. Co.'s force has a large party passengers. 11 Is asserted ll a ( ) U <J
! : i d.«
Fred Beck Monday.
of surveyors at work locating main of lhe managers ut the road I
d nt h in
J. G. Wight returned from the
canals, both north and suulh of owner of, or at l»;ast largely
< MP Id >1 NTY I XIV.
’’th (Î .*
Fa : 13 Tuesday/
Drews creek, which work is now | ested in, lhe Mad
I. J. HAI'MAN,
Sam Randles has finished putting
practically r completed.
His force that by reason of th
his ranch and is now
will now I lake up the topography ot are arranged to favor
d ■ ; the work on H. E.
lhe valley ' for tho purpose of local , People claim that this
Child r'; ; '
tho distributing cunals or been responsible for
NOI 1 E.
Mr. B nsinger of Swan Lak» is
ditcl.es. In the prosecution of this ov. r-t:.. t
a? in canvassing Yonna Valley, rep-
It hus been ru
,wotk the et.gin t fur a time will
li g the Oregon Nursery Co.
I that* tho Guvcrnm. »nt m.
be located at Tatr à plilCC«
Mrs. L. M. Fitch wa3
In short, all tbo ork in band by objection to having the n 11 held u i
W. W. .MAh rv
'the company is beln;
In this way, and
o ir In
or i: rtf
< it e.
Mr. and Mrs. Mauncl Vierra went
th agrcod to
( ward ’.vtiii nil p.i.isib.c speed.—Lake i trouble the road at
to Dair; Thursday.
> tort In
make through run
i i < ’tit Ire ¡kin of each if » lid Nt. I it i; I OR IUD'» 1 «
Born—May 5, 1909, to Mr. and
In making the through run*!
be presente« tu th«
Mrs. J. O. Hamaker, of Bonanza,
schedule adopt« d by t :
. i ’■ K W libili »lx mouth»
U11.N1. sn 1S st BPUENED.
a da’ .-’t ■.
i will t
> recoln d by tii
was neatly arrang’ d so that tha
• of ’ killing th<
John Ritter 13 busy building a'
tl • * uun. ii’»u
Subpoenas have been issued by
fence ; : v ■ k.
Falls, Oregon, up to the Kill
breakfast, and the north-bound pas-
-d th eret< » ntl four
J. G.Wight was at Manuel Vierra's tho Fediral Court ut Portland for
, l’JO'3, nt 3 o clock p. in,
KIDMEN 1»LI I viri».
»s or feet, th o tall and tho nk i n
J. O. Hamaker and Mrs. L. D. Burk
place W' dn sday.
fu i n 11 II i n g wood for Klumuth
Dock Pool wa3 riding for horse3 of Bonanza, George Orr ot Klamath
itv ns follow»:
Although the train v ■ scheduled
While D e weather was not very
a thereof, ey« • l oj.’i and «k n tn
I Agency, and Elmer Lynch ot Yainax.
W d n • -lay.
-five cords of f. mr foot wood
'favorable for bull playing Hun day ft i tip of tho noso. Ti c skin will
Emil Egert has finished putting , The subpoenas were based upon a
or-d nt tho Klu ’until ('.unity
I petition of Wiliiam Barkley, the
in his cri on the Laughlin place.
tool building nnd Forty
| few day s' operation tlat the great? jihc game bi.'.en thu Klamath Fails, mark It by cutting off tbo scalp of
Mrs. W. L. Simpson spent Wed- Indian who is accused of the murder
wood rlc <1 up
.¡team and the llcdmcn, which r»
certain ntilmals mid tl-.o foro feet
of Sid O. Jacobs last year on the
neslay with Mrs. Jos. Welch.
In t hr Wi’Od . ! <■<) at th« Court ll<«i"O
I'their breakfasts at Altu ■as, In pre- I«4 In a victory fur the former with of others.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Randles went Reservation.
In KI immli Fulls Oregon; wild hug
the train ar- bl«
.« !■; to 8. Tho game
Barkley’s trial is set for May 27, ferenco to waiting until I
to Dalr S>: rday.
w.,),.| to be d' !lv< f) <| by thw first
4 by T. W. Zimmerman, and
M ARINE AND I 1.RHINE.
Miss Zelma Sedge and Miss Nort- and he lets forth in his petition that
’ I 11 it
ridge of Dairy were visiting at the those named are Important witnesses j t.rary to exp ctatIons, and now th«
Bob Rankin Is preparing Io build cords of four-foot wood to be <b-lli«-r*
although some of
horn« of M ■. C. E. Drew Wednesday.
■ train Is scheduled lo leave Alturas I the Redmon claim tlat they did not a iomino lions residen» e overlooking ■ ■I on the County Bond n.'ur wtmt is
S. Harris was at James Wight’s wise been summoned to appear in his
¡known as tha John Kmart placa, t®
a matter of [ get a fair deal. The game was a the gr< at iuke.
behalf. Attorney It. Citrun of Port at 5:15, evidently as
i. ’I i •! May and Jnna, »■'••■•.
Tbo i new mill will soon bo roofed I m
for little slow on both sides.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McCumber
All of libuvu wood to be ' it <»'it of
w cottages will bo i
the passengers to take their morning
second game lost in and five
were visiting at Godfrey Beck's on
green plno timber ami thoroughly
meals at Madeline. So far as the' by the Redmon, Hat team having begun Ulis Week.
“1 ED" hll.l S A ••RHINO"
The steamer Hornet was towing sea H«ine<l
people know there Is no oc asion for been defeat d by the High School on
Albert Beck has been waging war
logs from Crystal to thu saw mill
'I lie Court re <’rvrs tho right to
tl is early departure of the train Saturday by a storu of 2 to 1,
NAIREBIA (British East Africa)
on tl ■
■ < rs and squirrels lately.
rejei t u»iy and nil blds.
Frank Beck and Willie Jona3 ai< May 10. A bulky bull rliln
The schooner Champion Is making
C. it. DE LAP, County Clerk.
I is the latest prize wrested from the
NEED IIGT WEATHER
«till riding for horsei.
regular trips from Wood river
Geo. Ritter has finished putting Jungle by Theodore Roosevelt.
TO ARDI HE SENATE
OPENING DATE IN SEI TEURER.
the Buena Vista landing.
| From the ex-President's camp
in his crop.
In the sand trade.
S. S. Randles Is breaking a <«am near Machakos word was brought
WASHINGTON, May 10
A bulletin bns Just been Issued by
Me irn. John mid Dan Griffith
of colts tor Jene Chlders of Langell down today tlat the luck of the the Oregon Vulley Land Company, er Cannon Is of the opinion that Odessa were the guests ot Cupi,
¡Roosevelt party continued and that announcing September 9, 1909, as ' it will take n temperature of 90 to
Nosier ut Ht. Cloud ono day lust
Carl- , fifteen varietk s of gam«, including the opening date of tho 300,000 100 degrees In the shade to get the
w. h . Blfs3
e ;;„ was
w.» at cl
tho big rhinoceros, had been bagged acres of land comprising a part of.'nlJ_^
The schooner Champion presented
Thomas Stanley Is planting po-^on the last expedition,
The Speaker was at the White
The rhin-;f|,o f)|(j QrPgOn military land grant1
a flno appearance coining down the
talking to the
tatoes on the Bennett place this ocero3 was rushing Roosevelt when I in southern Lake, Harney and Kla-j ,*"11
lake wing and wing before
the hunter fired. The distance was math counties. The distribution will!
slroiig wind last Friday.
Miss Anna Smyth was In Dairy on fourteen pac-s.
“If yon will fell me when the
b”gln on that dato and continue from
¡1 took thu crews of tlireo steam
The naturalists of the party are day to day till all tho tracts are I Senate will pass tho tariff bill I will
TLrrr err fr»-•<
p<’o I Í
boats to liuul old “whlty” out of
' ' I'
Jim Logue, who has been working busy preparing the trophies being disposed of, according to the plans, K*v<;
11 K'tess as lo when f,on the mud OIIO day last week, but MMMiDl th ¡ti >n ih«H any
alyl«, a?*« > » v
on the road, has come home.
Forty-five skins already set out In the company’s literature. Kr,,'i' will adjourn. The only thing
H ' ,ii 9 m
shu got home for milking time all
9 a«tba« rutarq i h in o« t • t *»»♦ I «i.
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Beck were been prepared for the Smithsonian
,i(l a, r»i.tlon ( i f n... I,.
The tract was a part of tha old,”'«’ can movc 'he ffuwtlon In the the same. It was the only Instance .
) > i- ti i ®.
> 1 « » y,* »• •*
visiting Mrs. Chas. Drew Tuesday. Institute.
'•■fl I ri'l .
r o' « »
Oregon military road lantl grant and
where upper lake boat crews were
I.mt» A ffi-iitw W ouf «il.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Randles and S.
Other Congressional callers at
HI’*» . I i rtq»l ,. n-«I
I .».•»» i
was sold a year ago by the Hunter
over known to pull together.
t »-al a ’ I r«i-
■ < •••!
S. Randles were visiting at the home
GETS LIFE SENTENCE.
land company to the Oregon Home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beck one dayj
Valley Land company. It was then belief tint the earliest possible i
wires will be strung this week which
MERCER (Pa.) May 10. James cut up by this company into P2.000 of adjournament was July 1st.
are to furnish light and power for ASI<
Chas. McCtimber Is fencing a gar- IL Boyle was sentenced today to Jots laid out In Lak« view, the coun
thu new saw mill.
den and also digging a well.
life imprisonment In the Western ty «eat of Lake county.
At tiio Scalile Exposition this
The stcamor Mazama will bo off
Thos. Stanley returned from the Pennsylvania P<- It - ntlary at Pitts
It. Ins been but nine months since summer the management has tnkeri I ho ways some lime this week and
Reservation last Thursday.
burg for thi kidnapping of “Billy” the sale of these tract« was corn
thought for the weary mid footsore will go Into commission at once.
J. G. Wight has b««n hauling posts WI ft la.
menc-’d by this Company, nnd In that by
Jack rabbltts nre becoming
He will go to the
Mrs. Boyle, Indicted as Mary Doe, time the entire tract has been dis
places, and pure drinking water will numerous In the big sago brush a
received a sentence of twenty-five posed of in 22 states.
But 1090 bo found on every hand.
mile or so north of town. They aro
Jim Lind Is through putting In years with a fine of |5000 and the tract« were sold on tho Pacific Coast,
a niiliimice In a growing garden.
costs of the prosecution.
the remainder of the 300,000 acres
A “moonshine” outfit wits brought
Alexander Hetkirk Hamilton Hays
Chas. Drew made a business trip
being sold to eastern people, the from th.; mountains of Eastern Ken ho Is monarch of all he surveys, and
to the Falls Friday.
American women are taking the (larger part of whom will come to
fnr l’n< I Hr N.trihwnM Soli »nd t’llm»»«.
tucky to be exhibited at the Alatika- ho naturally likes to survey any On.w»
Now on .IlaiilH» »1 »11 I mw I <l*alnr,
»*» for < «le
Jacob Rueck has taken the con lead In the International convention Oregon to settle and farm their uew
Ifnotonva a In ,<>ur oi’lghborhrwwl, write
Yiikon-Pacific Exhibition tills sum realm that Is as pretty and groon as lo»),».
•a. »Irina nani« of »our rtrnlrr. and ««will mall
tract to «upply the Government of suffragists In London. Of course. , holdings.
ron a pn.lirt of Howor arril, fr«« for roartmnnle
Buck Island just now.
nsiuM lus M.. fM muta, mum , « m mmmí , who
you U coiu; lite line from whhh lo scli-vt your i. lots.
Txrj Blehn Building
X-/ b IL^1^ One
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