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1*01 l.THY POINTKItH
< I l Y BRIEFS.
E.W. GILLETTE & CO.
A cellar cave Is the beat pince for
It M. Parr of Ashland WHS ill
: the incubator If It in operated in hot city Weduexday
J. F. Ailani* of Merrill wax in
Even with but
few birds It Is city Wednesday
"Won’t you walk into lily «'arlor'.*'
Said (Ite Spill, I- Io fill- I'll.
tra|> nests and
Hiram Robert» of Boe valley
" ’Tin the prettiest lltlle |Mirlor
In the city Saturday.
That ever you did spy."
John llnii».< • wa* In from Ante
1 WO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Huth water In abundance is as good lope valley Sat ut ility
for ducks us dust bath tor hen -
8 IS. Icetiblc«. «if Bln«' Grov«* was
All communications submitted tor publication iu the columns of this lire ding ducka «‘«pcclull) should be In town on Satin day.
pa|>er will be insetted only over the uame of'ilie writer. No non de plmue amply provided.
J. W. McCoy* of Ft Kliinintll wa<
article» will be published.
Encourage the fowls tn follow the In the city on I iuh I ucmm Saturday.
plow when breaking tiie sod. Th.«)
W II Tod«l and sou of Merrill were
this complete satisfaction, mid ex- will pick up many worms and bugs In th«* city on business Wednesday.
; pressed the hope that the proposed t! at would otherwise Injure the crop
Mr Dulaney of the Monarch Mei*-
New ¡rating Meeting With Strenuous ' test of tbe right to make such an or- planted and convert them Into egg«. ' .aiitile company I* on tin* »lek list.
I der w ould be pressed to a speedy <on-
More car« ful attention should be
I- lllo.lining. a:np and John Rutcliff
Op|H.MÌti«>n by Enti) men in the
giv.-n to the dressing, patklug nu.l of Merrill we',’ r«glKt«*red
W« mi —le General F ailure.
sti|ipiug of poultry on the (arm thirs l.nkeslde W«*«lnesduy.
Is g.inerally done. I'uiforiulty I* one
Ml'« Fain and Mrs lloltnau of
HIE C< ST OF IRRIG VI'UiN
Active steps are being taken by
A \ ERA SM ILL MV I1ER great thing with market iiouttry. und 'torils ate tegls'ered ut tl:<> Amer
timber entrytnen in this and adjoin-
generally the most salable Is the me- ican WedqtNtdai.
h g states to test in the federal courts
Mr». L. E. W. l.udtke and soil are
dium sited bird having a plump mid
(be right of the commissioner of the
«•xp«*cted lionie frotn Portland
general land office to impose a sale
Made Possible tinier tiie (>.«-
Yeung turkeys are very delicate night.
'ft public timber land by the “ap
eriiniciit Projè, t.
aud must be l’a,idle<i very carefully
W. IL Ct'iai*. F. \V Collin and C
praisement’’ process as a condition
tn ol d. : to raise a good penentage of Cox. all of BonMxa. visited the l’alla
precedent to acquiring title to tra. ts
B. S. Grigsby, «ire of th»- oi l r«»l- tl «' brood. They are better cared fol Saturday.
prill’s no reason*
of the character indicated.
Some i dents of this county, and the owner
wl lie awa.Kftom the older birds than
I"! «* fan tai of Mi * J A Holcomb
you didn't tnk<<
time ago Commissioner Dennett pro of a ranch near tiie Gap, mad«*
ni<* thing* long
with them, slr.ee the older ones are took place Tueadiv afternoon from
mulgated an order requiring entry •ihe following statement Wedu *s.»a. .
such inveterate wanderer* tl’at many In r iMte resldeiic«-
men to fib* on timber lands under a ■ •«filch is well worth considering by all
of tl.e little ones are lost.
.1 II Neff mid wife of Kansas City
new regulation of the department, in ! prospective settlers in this county,
I’ienty of exercise I* nece:.*nry for returned from Spring cre.k Friday
stead of through the act of Congress : ami will also go a long way to dispel
little chicks, but it is not best to allow und left Satitrdity for their home
approved June 3. 1S7S, as heretofore. the fear entertained by some people
Neff Is ex-mnyor of Kansas City.
Ender the new order of things it be as to shouhiering the cost of irriga- them to run In tl.e talt grass befor«
F. L. Pop.* am| wife. W. P l'h<>ii<l*
came necessary for an applicant to tion which is to be installed by tiie the dew has dried away. Tl.e) should
be kept In t! e coop until after s a.m.: »nd E. K. Fitch, all of Merrill, were
make an estimate of the quantity of government in this country.
then they can in* tufned out and al i egist«*red at the LaktMtide Monday.
standing timber on the claim desired,
"The cost of Irrigation under the
Fr«*d N W«*ckert Friday fil«*«l with
together with its variety and value gov«*rnm-’iit irrigation project will be lowed to run. If it is not desirable to
allow the beiv to run. st ret« h a long the County clerk u ileeluiation of hi*
thereof was fixed accordingly. unless a very small matter, in my opinion,
Intention to become n cltisen of the
the subsequent appraisement by the , as li e sure and steady crops made wire and tie the hen to a ring. *o she
government demonstrated that th.* liossible by such irrigation is so great
Dr. Truax uf Bonanxa urrlved iu
claimant's estimates w -re altogether that it will nut be felt. As an illus
Not more than forty l ens should be 1.1» R«*o runabout W«*dn«*sdav to meet
too low. In such event the appraise tration 1 cite the following: On my
kept in run. Thirty would do much his wife, who relumed from a trip t<
ment by the special agents of the , Lost River ramh last year 1 bad eigh-
r. The larger the fleck is the* California Tuesday.
general land office
teen acres iu hay, fifteen acres of soonei r they cl. ar off the surface food. J
H. G. Wilson, superintendent of the
whi-h tad a tendency to increase the •* . ii h were below the ditch and three
und family passed through
price of timber lands out of ail pro I act s above, which latter derived a
fow is h have the free range of th«- farm 1 the city, en rout«* io the home of J.
portions, and has resulted in very few
it deal <4 benefit from the »•■♦*;>- il •«.• Is plenty of room for a large; Frank Adams, whom they will visit.
claims being filed under the new reg ag of the ditch. On this tract of
their ! •un* tiie flocks must be •mailer.
Wm Pit s xud wife came home
ulation. In tact, it has been admitted > land I cut eighty-five tons of hay,
Uni *s other condition* are supplied Saturday night on the launch Cut lew.
by head officials of the general laud , which I could have sold for il" per
a la I g e thick will eat up the profits.
I returning from tl'«- huckleberry patch
office that a relatively Insignificant . toa ia tb.e stack, or |*i50. The cost
Mock. but when fowls are limited Ini They broug! t some berries and ven
number of such entries has been made I > r acre for irrigation installation
ALL KIMS Cf FKLSH. SALI
throughout the public land states of
d m aintenance is $4.75. or for ten
II < TION > II I
II. G Wilson, superintendent of
the entire country.
AND SMOKED MEATS
Therefore the total
Klamath Indian Agency, anti family
Ixtioi«- New Ruling.
ost of i, l igation and maiutetutni>■ on
Oil Saturday. September I, 1909. ret llriied froia Merrill Wednesday,
SAUSAGtS or All KINDS
On the other baud, tho» seeking I bis fit't?en ac.es would be J.'KJ,.'.«»
there will be an auction Mile of forty where they have been vl»itlng Frank
timber lands seem t i
Consequently my fiist year's crop hi ad of horses, consisting of saddle,
spired by a common impulse to ignore | paid for my water right and left a
draft and driving boraes, ranging
\\. l> Mansfield. J F. Siel»«* and E
the new regulation, resulting in lam
>a!ati< ' of I2S7.50, which will pay
numbers of entries being mad - under for the putting of these crops up. As from 1,030 to 1.600 pounds; also Even tt of San Fran. !»<■<> und Cha*
the old law. Coinci lent with tbe filing another illustration I will say tl.at in yearlings, two-year-old» and sucking W. Tuttle of Colusa. Cal., left Satur
of such claims, the commissioner of February of this year I made a sale
the general land office has invariably I of forty a-res of land uml-r the
caused their rej«*ction or suspension | ditch to pa.titn« at $40 au acre. If
pending the outcome of proceeding* grain is worth 1 *-c per pound this six month*' time; lino and over, one street, recently pure! used. In readi
in the federal courts to determine the I .all ti.e crop of grain grow ing cut this .'.•ar'* time at s per cent with good ness for customers, an.I footprint* on
.«"emit. . Two per c-uit off for cash tl.e pavement Indicate tbe doorway
validity of his ruling. Several prom .and will be worth $30 per acre.
Prof l.loyd Bridge of Roche iter. N V , I.a, b«'**n secured for
IL H. LOW, Proprietor.
is «<*11 traveled
inent local attorneys, as well as oth
Principal of the Commercial D tpai liui nt. Mr. Bridge I« most highly
“It is my belief that the farmers
J. W. Smith. »Io owns a ranch
ers more or less familiar with the >f thia cuuntr." should get together
endorsed by E. E Gaylord, «■ i-x- President uf the National Business
B. I'avis of Merrill was in town on south of this fit) about six mil«*», was
laws governing the disposition of the •t once aud say to the government.
Educator»' Assoc lu'lon. Prof Znn< r. Pre» of the Zanvrian Pen Art
in town \\ «-«In’*<!it
.Mr. Smith has
public domain, have contended from Let us have water, and I t us bave
Sc'.ool, 8. L Williams, Pres. of the Rochester Busi news Institute,
Paul Berg of Bly was about town pm chased from C. E. Word«’ti SI)
the start that Commissioner Denn«»tt t quick, as our ¡and l.e.e is too va!-
and othera. Mr. Bridge ha* taken two pout-ginduate courwa. and
acres near Midlund
exceeded bis legal authority in mak- able to be 1) in g idle w! en the guv- this week.
being an experienced busin«*»* college teachers and an expert pen-
G«’o. Barber and wife, with ills I wo < >
E. A. Wood of Dunsmuir was in
iug the order requiring the sale of ■rnment »tands ready‘to assist us in
man. he will lie a decided a«'qu Isition to tie commercial school fra
daughters, Alice and Mabel, returned < > ternity «if the coast. Prof. Bridge is an experienced Instructor In
timber lands at their apraised valua i.aking it one of the most fertile the city this week.
Mrs. J. G. Hurd of Eagle Ridge Saturday from u trip to Crater lake.
tion. it being pointed out that there egions on t..e coast, if not in the
Calisthenics, Gymnastics and Ohl «tics, and the young men and
I'h«V left for tlielr home In Igo. Cal , ' •
was in the city Tuesday.
has never been any congressional world.
women of the Ashland Commercial College will have an opportunity
!>. W. Cox of Merrill was registered on Monday's train.
enactment granting the right to make
for the best training In theae lines.
"The above statement is made on
C. II. Saunders nn«l wife of Hed
any such ruling, but on the contrary, the basis of actual result* obtained, at the Livermore Tuesday.
P. RITNER, A. M., President
.v ?■ r. and Mrs. Ja«. Lindsay returned lund... C.«l.. and Miss Lottie Wood* ■ •
that the act of June 3. 1878, the only and can be verified. It is ray honest
law relating to the disposal of timber opinion that land can be secured in from i the htickl-bwry patch Mun
lands by the government, distinctly this valley, located below the ditch, day en route to their ranch In iam of th«’ country in their Franklin unto,
Tl ey will visit ('inter lake before re-
FIXAI. A< COUNT FILED.
provides that such sale must be upon for $4«) an acre which, with intelli gell valley.
the basis of the minimum prict of gent handling, will pay for itself in
Mrs. C. C. Chitwood and Misses In th«1 County Court of the Stute
>2.50 aD acre.
A Beneficent Rule.
five years, irrigation and all."
"So y ni are ninety-four yearn old! Ev.’lyn, Elsie and Kessle Applegate
It Is also claimed by the opponent*
Oregon, for Klamath Count).
To what do you attribute your long left Saturday morning for Seattle,
Tell Us What
of tbe commissioner's ruling that his
the Matter of th«* Gnatdlaiixhip of
where they exp«<t to spend th«* next
action has operat d to cause many
tiie Person and Eatab* of Robert
"A gm><1 many things have contrite couple of weeks enjoying the beauties
purchasers to seek entry of these
Erank Nelson ¡.as finished making uted t<> It. tin- inowt imjHin.int. I tldiik
Laughlin, an Innane Persun.
We will plan, estimate and con
of the fair.
tracts with lieu script, the price of bay.
Iieitlg tile «•are which I have si ways
of Hu|tlenient of Finul Ac trail for uny Iron, Stone, Krick. < on-
which has been fixed by the Northern
Frank Downing went to the moun taken not to get Into n light with a
count and Discharge.
crrlr or Frame Itullillng for construc
Pacific Railroad company, which en tains for an outing and broke his wa- bigger man than niy«elf ”-('bl< ago daughter of Oregon, ber father hav
tion In Southern Oregon. We guar
ing s>'ttl«d III this stat«* In 1846, I*
joys a monopoly of the commodity, I gon and had to send it in for repairs. Record ¡IrraId
Notice Is hereby give,) that Thomas antee Economy, Efflriemy and Hall»,
making a trip to Crater Ink«* during
at a price so much lower than tie
Ed Eubanks and Mr. Davis are r«~
The Old Habit.
Miss Richardson Is E. Stanley, uh guardian of the person faction.
government rate under present con i pairing th ■ schoolhouse, putting on a
and estate of Hubert Laughlin, an
Towne- I HiippoM,- you have ben rd ti’Hchlng school in Chico, Cal.
ditions that it is not only a cheaper new roof and building a porch. They
CALDWELL BUILDING CO.,
that old Lawyer Sli.irj»* 1« lying nt
person, l a* rendered and pre
method of acquiring title, but also are also building a belfry, in which
Kclucjr Block Opp. .American Hotel
the point of <li>ntb?
obviates the necessity of encounter will be installed a large bell, and all Well, well. Hie ruling passion string city Tu«*sday from San Francisco.
C. W. Eberlein, her husband, will said court his flnul account of th«*
ing tbe tedious and vexatious delays will be ornamented with two coats of Iti death eh? I’lillntlelphla f'ress
rejoin her here tiie latter end of th«’ administration of said estate and a
incident to the public land laws. It paint. In addition to this a new foun
week. Mr. Eberlein Is inter«*xt«’d In petition that said account in* ill low cd
is held by those who declare they dation will be put under the house
and that said guardian lie discharged,
the Mills Addition In tills city.
have made a careful analysis of the -uni a woodhovre will also be built.
that Saturday, tiie I Ith day of
situation that at the appraised valua
f itptni'» U ’’ Reader has gore to
Ths Waiting Ones.
For mi u|*to-<lslr wheel. <«•«
fornia went up to Silva's resort on September, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m.
tion of timber lands as fixed by the the mountains to look after the tim-
A gentleman meeting a young wo
a I tn mldrr, on aale at the HI A
land department, the price thereof is her fires. He expects to be gone two I man w ho bad formerly Iw-en a servant tiie Upper lake on the launch Cur of anld day, at the court room of said
court, at the court house In Klamath I STORE.
liable to run from 110 to >50 an months.
In his lioiixe iilid in whose welfare be llew Saturday. They were W.
Falls, Klamath county. Oregon, han
Tenta to rent. Gun».
Mansfield. J. F. Sveb«- and Edw.
acre, putting them beyond the reacli
The past week has been extremely
a full line of sporting anoxia.
| erett of San Francisco ami C. W. been duly appointed by said court
of the ordinary locator, and having
tlmi took place.
hot—102 degrees in the shade.
for the settlement of said account
“Why. haven't yon got married yet?” i Tuttle of Colusa.
a tendency to suppress almost -ntirely :
Charley Marsrow is hauling saw
Carpenters War«* Bros. Co., Spo and the hearing of Mild petition for
tl.e further sale of timber lands by logs for the Moore Bros.
I nve enroute another shipment discharge, at which time and place
the government through the various
Hemoss is hauling logs for Harry been married before now ”
■ of tl:«* c-lebraled Helf-Set ting Planes
district land offices.
"Oh. no. sir: there's two waiting."
mad • by Gag ’ Tool Co., Vineland.
New Ruling Doesn't Work.
Why. you don't mean to
Harry Will's mother has gone to
. N. J. If local dealers don't sell them, writing to the Hald final acount, and
A number Of those Interested in
I marry two. do you?"
take in the World's Fair.
get one there. Five Porlland stores
the entry of timber lands have
Snow-goose's old jenney has an
any, why n final distribution of said
formed a pool for the purpose of giv
, tell the Self-Setting Planes.
other jack colt, this being the sixth
“Why. the two tnnt’s waiting Is the
Dr. Grav s of Chicago arrive I il”i<’ estate should not be ordered.
ing the question a complete test in
Jack in succession, and they are
parson and me. We are waiting for ; Saturday evening on a visit to hi«
THOMAS E. STANLEY.
the United States courts.
and stand together is the key-
daisies. 8nowgoose has young jacks tiie man.”— Loudon Straps.
United States Attorney W. C. Bristol
brother. Dr. Graves, the well-known
and some large jenneys for sale that
note of Eorrest Crissry’s
and John F. Logan will represent
Osteopath. The Chicago physician I h
Couldn't Turn It.
he offers on easy terms. All are hand-
article on the farmer
them in the proceedings, the fees of
The eye of little Willie's teacher WON 'a practitioner of the old school. They
«.«ome and well bred.
the two lawyers to be paid by a gen
sad and sorry. for. not withstanding
that he wu* tier favorite pupil, he stood ‘points In the northern part of th«*
eral subscription from those Involved.
commission merchants. Don't
It is claimed that wherever the at I H. G. Fairc'.o, who Ilves midway before her convlc|e«l of the heinous county, expecting to return Wednes
Team, brown maro and light bay i
charge of n theft of candy from a fel day.
tention of entrymen under the old
horse, 15 or 16 hands high; mar«*!
law has been called to the situation
W. P. Rhoades and E. E. Fitch, branded TC on left shoulder. Ten ;
I hen reati “ Ilappine i. ” -
ever. and she did not de* I re to Inflict
they have responded liberally in the ports first-class crops In his neighbor
corporal punishment. A moral lecture,
one of the prctLc.d boy u, 1
matter of donations to the g«?neral hood, even among the dry ranchers, she tbought, would fit tiie case.
"Black" 2 1 h.p. roadster Monda* or Information lending to same will !
stories ever published.
fund for this purpose, hence it is
"Bear in mind. Willie." she conclud night an«l tried It out Tuesday. be paid by llynek Balin at Kuba’s i
reasonable to suppose that the court ing In Ids section, and the crops, ed. "that these temptations can tie re- I’i I* i>:»< l In«* Is especially made for ranch seven miles south of town, or I
All in the
proceedings will soon be Inaugurated. which did not look overly good In the sisted if determination lx used. Al n mountainous country, nnd from Its address or leave word at City
ways turn a deaf ear to temptation.’' •tpp'*ai’ance should withstand the Bakery, Klamath Falls.
While I ere on his recent tour of in spring, have turned out ail right.
Little Willie's lip trembled.
spection of the field service of the
vork. The tiii'chlno has plenty of
Special Duplay by
“But. teacher,” he answered. ”1 ain't
Miss Louise Sargent left for the
public land states. Commissioner
road clwtrage, nnd 1« equipped with
Chas, Pat tee of llonnnzs arrived In
got a deaf earX
Dennett admitted frankly that the
solid rubber tires.
the city Saturday morning.
ANKENY and AMERICAN
new regulation was not working to
E. .1. MURRAY, Editor
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