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ome to Klamath Falls Railroad Day.
Visit the City’s Best
Store. Inspect our complete stocks of Clothing,
ings, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods i. Get our prices. < Make this store
vour headquarters. You’re welcome.
K. K. . K. STORE
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REAL ENTITE I RANsI I Its
G W White et ux to -I S MeClel
Mr? Geo Noland returned Satur-
tan. w % of s« 4 se % «if »W l* SIM da) evening from a visit with rela
E. J. MURRAY. Editor
34 tp 49 s r 10 v. n L Of II« 'i ae< I tives at Antoría
J tp 4 I » i 19 o, J I,s0t>
See O Sliort'a auction ad 011 page 6
to À li«U Soa t ».
Born. Maj 20th. Io Mr and Mrs.
Kia mat U Falls. J A Hawkins, a daughter
Dr A A l»el’uy. eye. ear, nose
I WO DOLLARS PLR YEAR 1> ADVANCE
V R. Wilson to It S Edmondson. and throat Examination of th«» ey«»s.
lots 3 and 4 blk 3 Fairview add to and glnsaea fitted
Office with Dr. !
All communications submitted for publication in the eolunins of this Klamath Falls, >10.
F M White
paper will he inserted onlj over the uame of the writer. No non de pluuie
i.y Jia ii.-cd el vir to Frank Moor
¿rueles will bo published.
land, lol 3 blk 4 7 Klamath I* alls, flu
• the conn i of Fifth and I’tiie
H E Johnson to l>. II. Johnson.
eV. of »» >4 sct. 34, ,.ia ,,f nw% see streets la nearing completion it will
be line of the handsomest dwellings
Ole) • Nelson to J G Pierce, s% In the city
T. e foil, wing circular containing
The following letter has been sub
Mr. unit Mrs J T Low arrived in
. , . • «*% of sw L . lot 3. sec 2 tp
mitted to the secretary of the Water I requests with rofer.'nce to fences andj‘»f . nw
the city Tuesday from Hollister,
Users Association bv the local recla
<’al in company with Mr and Mrs.
mation office in explaination of the i>as boon sent to the land owners by I* r 6 e. lit).
Brings They » ill spend a fr» »oi k »
provisions of the payments of water Engineer Hetleman of the mainten I Eilw Outhwaits to Franc » C at the
Gritly. nw <4 se<* 23 tp 34 s r 14 e. Il
ance and operation department.
rights and maintenance:
D. V Kuykendall to Alex Martin.
"As it is apparent that some mis | It is necessary for ditch men to
Mrs Eii/abdli i’aiktr <»r Port
understanding has arisen iu certain ! cover all parts of rights of »ay con- Jr., n % of n’-s st 13 tp 3S s r I ! %
lan i a. lived Saturday evening on a
quarters regarding the payment of|lro”.'d by the governui tit. and in
A (' Lewis et UX tp Albert K hint visit with her son. j J PsrkM
charges for building, opera.lon and ori! -r to do so it is Imp rative tli.it
lot 7 blk it First add Io d Wells I' go Company
maintenance applicable to the first such rights of way should be opeu
'«er was s,'.-otupanivd b> lier daiigh-
unit of the Klamath Project. I beg1 On main canals, such as the main 1 Klamath Falls. >10
C. H Clendvnniug et ux to Frank '••r Mr» J H Ransom
leave to call your attention to the! Klamath and South branch, no fences
Tile t’ounty Superintendents' con
e% of no % . nw 14 <>f ne L,
following quotations from the public aro permitted on tlie right of way.
notice issued by the Secretary of the aud no fence® should cross these ca- ' and ne V* of se % sec SS tp 37 » r vent ion will moot In Salem June
Th • western division of the
Interior, under date of November 1 8. ■’»ais. Where public roads cross main I 9 s. >3.009.
I 2 fit I-
Ixiuis Ernklns to George C Hill, Oi egun State Teachers’ Association
canals the service will put in proper
¡lot 19 blk 37 Hot Springs add to will meet at Albany June 29th. A
“ 'The charges which shall be made gates.
per acre of irrigable land are in1
here fences cross laterals land
T J Offield et ux t<> Martha Ad- ¡>at"d
two parts, as follows: 1. The build- owners are not allows! to obstruct in
Mr and Mrs N C Briggs
ing of the irrigation system, >30 per an>’ *a>' tBv flow of »at r in such lams. so% of aw *4 ger 35 tp ID s r
«01.. arrived Tuesday from Hollis
acre of irrigable laud, payable in ¡‘mis. Where fences cross lateral 10 e, >1.950.
J. W Sicilien? et UX to O li
ter. Cal . on a visit with Mrs llrigg»'
not more than ten annual install-. banks on government laterals in
parents. Judge and Mrs. Benson.
meats, each payment not less than fields, land owners must put in bury. lot 6 folk 36, lota !» and
>3.00 per acre or some multiple. sw'nging gates ton to twelve feet 19. First add to Klamath Falls. >10. They will join a party for a few
C. K. Worden et ux to G. Helt- w<- ki' outing on the Upper lake
thereof. 2. For operation and main-¡w'^1
Such gates should be well
tenance....................The operation and built and hung on bingos or other kemper, Jr., and C A. Poindexter. and at Spring Creek.
maintenance charge for the irriga-, iW,c”-nS devlc- s
Where f^nc s no V, of •« % see 2Xtp39sr9e. J1 o
S v ral new residences arc bcin?
C. E Worden et ux to W H. Ma- built in tho Hot Springs addition
tion season of 1909 and until further , i r”',s
22.' wij of Among them are handsome dwellings
notice will be 75 cents per acre of, sn»R’l stock such obstruction as tho son, sw % of »»■ *4
irrigable land, whether water is used owner places in tho lateral must con- nw % xcc 27 tp 39 s r 9 e. 110
for Project Engineer W W. Patch
slst of flood gates which .»wieg open
thereon or not.”
and W 8. Wiley. Thia addition la
" 'For lands in private ownership while water is flowing and close when
fast assuming the appearance of be
RAU.RlltH |»H 1‘ARADl:.
and for lands heretofore < entered, water is turned from the canal.
ing one of the best residence sections
ALL KINDS OF FRESH. SALT
the first Installment shall be due
in order that all parts of Klamath In Klamath Falls.
¡proper gates »111 be installed by the county may be represented in our
payable May 1st, 1909.
Mr and Mrs George H. Stewart of
“ ‘The first installment of th"
AND SMOKED MEATS
parade on Railroad day the Chamber Los Angeles are In the city, the
A general rub- is adopted whereby of Commerce wishes every section of
for all irrigable
guests of Mr. A. II. Naftsger. Mr
SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS
shown on these plats, whether or not: ,ttcd I owners ar? required to get the count) to consider this a sp<-< tai Stewart has been «»socialcd with Mr
water right application is 1 made' Permission from proper authority Invitation to them to be represented. Naftzger tn biialneas affairs for sev
therefor or water used thereon, shall before building fences, gates, bridges We have advertised a parade to con eral years aud is here to look after
be due and payable as herein pro- or other devices on government rights 1 sist of Indians in war togs, eowboys his interests as well as to enjoy
In typical costume, stage coaches, Klamath’s fine weather
It is herein intended to give notice' wagon trains, pack trains and
"For all applications for water
rights filed after June 15 in 1909, to all land owners to open up gov- * freighters, with automobiles bringing are that times are prosperous. The
or any subsequent year, one instal ernm-nt rights of way in fiel is »■> up in the rear—thus showing the Hawmills are running full blast tn
tiling, !aa ,o a,,ow convenient passag Of historiedl progress of our means of
lment of the charges for building,
Helor.- planlJng. ail ared grain and al»> poCatora should
order to keep up with the many or-
? j ' government employes and team
operation and maintenance, I I j ___
prlukled wltli Formaldéhyde Holutlon for trcatnovii for «mut.
ders that are coming in Rancheri of
per acre, must be paid at the time
Of course this program is elastic, 'he upper country are making prep
TI i I m solution tina tak><«i tlic place of blwr-stom-, brea une Il la
NEW HEGISTEK NAMED
and we will be glad to welcome any arations to make substantial Im
la-ttrr, almpler to «He. can be u * h <I more accurately ami rosis
“ 'If any Installment of the charges'
special feature any persons- or com provements this season
shall not have been paid in full on | President Taft sent to the Senate! munity wishes to enter
The train did not arrive until 10
or before May 1st of the year sub-i on Friday the nomination of Arthur! horseback section would be fine.
sequent to that in which it is duel W. Orton of Portland, to be resister Floats representing some special fea o clock p. m Sunday. The delav was
and payable as herein provided, it i
ture of our country are solicited. All
shall then become delinquent and; Mr. Orton is a son-in-law of Post are invited, Communicate your ideas late, due principally to the heavy
under the terms of S«*ctlon 5 of the master John C. Young Last June he or plans to W A Delzeli, president travel. Over 900 pounds of fruit aud
The answer wo have been giving
Reclamation Act, the entry and was elected as a Statement No 1 Chamber of Commerce, (n order that perishable oxpresaage had to lay over
water right application shall be sub member of the State Legislature from full arrangements may bo made for iinti Monday for delivery, and sa a to young men who wish to got Into
i t suit the fruit was cot in the b *«t agricultural Journalism, la to go on
ject to cancellation with the forfei-j Multnomah county, being a member your entries.
co: dIt ion
a farm which is devoted to the spec
ture of any moneys paid thereon.”
1 of the House. He served in both the
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
lull Us What
S. C. Graves, editor of the Bo- ialty he is most interested iu and
"I think that a careful study of regular and the special sessions, and
naaza Bulletin came d< wn Friday to work work and write, write, write,
the foregoing quotations will show was the author of the bank guaranty
WILL I t RNISH THE SUGAR.
spend a few days Chap says that •ending his MHS to farm papers;
that there is no ambiguity in the
We wlll piali, estimate and MS*
he wanted to see H KI.minili Falla keep on sending them until tie makes Iriii t for sny lr«.«i, Ntotie, Brl«k, Con
terms of the public notice as regards Sim« the adjournment of the Legis
W. H. Do I beer, chairman of the really hod a train, I!« came in just a reputation for himself, then, if a crete or Fraine Building for conatruc-
the time when installments are pay lature. Mr. Orton has been in the em
able and the fact that they accrue ploy of the Pacific Telephone ani! barbecue committee, announces that as the cars were in the yard and way is open for hint it will open, tion in Noutliem «»regoli. Wi* guar-
he has received word from Mason, says b" guesses it must
must be true, Others may give bettor advice than nnler Economy, Efficlency and Natia-
independently of water right applica Telegraph Company
Ehrmann & Co., the Portland whole as they look something like the this this is the bent we can do
tion being made or water used upon
sale grocery house, that they will train be saw in Montague in 189 4,
LEAVE« gt OO.OOO.IMIO
CALDWELL BlILDING (XL,
furnish the sugar for use at the big fifteen years ago
Block O|>p. American Hotel
NEW YORK, Maj 26
From f<*ed on Railroad day. The commltts*-
Roy Walker Is being prominently I »
"W. W. PATCH,
mentioned as a candidate for th«*
"Project Engineer sources close to the family of the
late IL H. Rogers, it was learned is up to some one to furnish the j office of secr«.*tary of
the Water I IleI«artment of the Interior, I itlt«-d
that his estate is valued at nearly cream
States land Office.
CAN SOON CLIMB SHASTA
will be made by the new board of
IN AN AUTOMOBILE $100,000,000. The vast fortune is
Fruit luid Ornamental Trivo. This
invested in the best securities and is
Through the kindness of Senator directors, which will be elected at
Lakeview, Ore., May 8, 1909.
is the time to place your orders for
SISSON, May 26.—Before the sea in excellent condition. It is report Bourne, County Superintendent Swan the annual meeting on June 6th.
Notice is hereby given that the
Delivery. Our stock Is complete
left to has received enough copies of the Mr. Walker has been assisting Secre Santa Fe Railroad Co , by Charles
son is over it will be possible to
travel In an automobile from Sisson the immediate relatives, with the ex- government publication "A Primer tary Chastain for a few weeks, and H. McUinuis, of Portlaud, Oregon, nn<l your iKNila can best lie met at
to a point half way to the summit ception of a bequest to Mark Twaln, of Forestry” to supply a copy to each is said to be familiar with the work has filed in this office Its application
thia time. Drop me • postal and
of Mount Shasta, or to an elevation who was Rogers’ most intimate per school library of the county. Ono- of tho office.
to select under the provisions of the
of 7500 feet. Tourists can then sonal friend, and certain bequests thlrd of the entire edition will be dis
This office lias received a copy of Act jf Congress, approved Juno 4, I will call.
mako the round-trip from S'sson to to his native town of Fairhaven, tributed to the schools of Oregon. the new schedule of tho Woed-
1897, and Juno 6, 1900. the NE’A,
A. E. BEN8INGKR,
the top of the peak in one day. Two Mass. It la understood that H. H. As the forests of Oregon and of Klamath Falls division, which went
Sec. 22. T 37 8., R 11% E.,
days are required by the present Rogers, Jr. will manage the estate. Kiamatb county are among the most into effect on Saturday, May 29.
Representing Oregon Nursery Os.
W. M. Any and all persons claiming
method of pack trains.
valuable nssets, it Is hoped that the The train will leave Weed at 1:15 adversely the lands described, or de
The automobile road, eleven miles
DEADTXMTÍ IS BROKEN
teachers will make use of these book in the afternoon and arrive In Kla- siring to objoct because of the min
in length, will cost 150,000, it is
lets ard teach the children som<? of math Falls at 5:35, where it will eral character of the land, or for
estimated, and the money has been
SPRINGFIELD, Ill.,May 26 —Con the Important principles of scientific remain over night.
It will leave any other reason, to tho disposal to
subscribed by the enterprising busl- gressman William Lorimer was forestry and perpetuation of our for Kiamnth Falls at 7,40 in the morn
applicant, should file their affidavits
ness men of Sisson. Construction elected United States Senator on the ests. The book Is prepared by Mr. ing and arrive at Weed at 12:01.
of protest Inthis offico on or before
work will be beguu next week, for ninety-fifth ballot today, with 103 Gifford Plnehot, and contains murh
The County Court did not receive June 24, 1909.
by that time all rights of way will votes. He will succeed Senator Hop interesting and valuable matter.
For an U|eto-date wheel, get
t a single bld for filling In the street
J. N. WATSON,
a Rambler, on sale at the GUN
kins, over the election of whom the
j along its property on Klamath
For sale or rent.
Legislature has been deadlocked
A FEJV BARGAINS.
avenue. This would indicate that
The abovo notice will bo published
Tents to rent. Guns. We carry
since the first ballot of the present
NEW SLITS FILEI».
Five lots, slgh.ly location, 11600. ! teams are being kept pretty busy. In the Klamath Republican, a week
session, months ago.
I The teamsters of the city report that ly newspaper printed at Klamath j a full line of sporting goods.
Can loan |750 on the deal.
Maze M. Grohs vs. Frank P.
A nice cottage with batb, large . they are having all the work they Falls, Oregon, for a period of at
Grobs; divorce. H. L. Holgate and
If the device for making daylight lot, >1700. A good buy.
THE GUN STORE
can do and have jobs promised sev least thirty days prior to the date
R. 8, Smith, attorneys for plaintiff. last twenty-four hours should prove
A large residence, fine lot, (3500. eral days ahead, which Is a very last mentioned In the foregoing
9. B. CHAMBERS,
J. W. Hawxhurst vs. the Steamboat a boon, sotio monopolist or "society
Three cottages on three lots. Room good indication, as it shows that notice.
Opposite Oír American HotaL
Eagle; suit to recover money. for the suppression" would haul enough for another cottage; >2250. there is something doing In Klamath
J. N WATSON,
H. M. Manning, attorney for plalnUff. out an extinguisher.
MASON 1 SLOVan
5-1 J « IT
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
I'll at is what Gillette offers
you; that is win' I do the
greatest business A reason
able profit is all I ask
When you want anything in
the Furniture line you will
find it at
City Meat Market
WEISS & ARMAND
YOUR SEED GRAIN