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BAMBER & PEAIRS
Opposite Baldwin'» Hardware Store
Our Great February Clearance Sale
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
E. M BUBB,
Vice President and
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Is still on. Bargains in every department. We
Space does not permit to give the great Bargains we o
ote herewith a few specials.
Regular $25.00 Suits for $20.
Regular 22.50 Suits for 16.15
Regular 20.00 Suits for 14.85
Regular 15.00 Suits for 10.85
Heavy Oregon City Wool Sox. regular 75c, now 45c
Heavy Fleece-Lined Underwear, regular $1.50, now 80c a Sult
Modoc Point, where one of the heavi
est pieces of rock work is being done.
The county road above the railroad
grade is practically completed, and
the crew is now blasting the road
bed through the rocks.
The grade along the foot of the
TO mountain near Rattlesnake Point is
being made wide enough tor three
tracks and it is probable that a sta
tion will be built above the point.
WORK HAS BEEN DONE!
RAILROAD CITS FINISHED
BIGGEST DREDGE ON PACIFIC COAST
Next door to the Postoffice
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Bert Davis is in the city from Mer-
BUu-t of Five Cars of Powder Mill
Be Set Off About April 1, to
W. P. Rhods came up Tuesday
Move 100,000 Tons of Dirt
from his home at Merrill.
S. E. Burris came up last Sunday
Without a personal visit it would from his home south of Merrill.
Rufus S. Moore returned Sunday
be impossible to realize the vast
from a Trip to Portland.
amount of work accomplished dur
Mrs. Fred C. Ripley is recovering
ing the winter by the contractors on
the extension of the Southern Pacfic after being very ill for several weeks.
H. H. Roberts and wife were re
road north of the city. All of the
big cuts are practically completed as cent visitors in town from
far north as Rattle Snake Point. ley.
Born—Thursday night, February
There is a short fill still to be com
to Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Biehn, a
pleted at Terminal City, near the
Hanks place on the main line. A11 son.
Thad. McFadden returned Sunday
of the supplies are now being carried
by train to the lake shore over the evening from a business trip to Port
branch line which leaves the main land.
John R. Shook and Chas. Pattee
track below the Hanks place. Be
yond the big hill there is still about were in the city from Bonanza last
500 feet of fill to be made to connect Friday.
L. Jacobs expects to move his fam
with the grade across the marsh. Two
steam shovels are loading the cars ily to San Diego in the near future
with dirt now being used in this fill to reside.
L. C. Sisemore and E. W. Smith
and the small one to the south, and
it will only be a short time until were in the city this week from Fort
this work is finished.
Sam Padgett was up from Keno
There are about 100 men in camp
at Terminal City, and in addition to Friday as a witness for R. W. Tower
the contractors, the Southern Pacific in his homestead proof.
is building an immense dredge.
Marion Barnes and Reason Haines
are assisting the sheriff during the
Largest on Coast
It is claimed that the new dredge, rush in the collection of taxes.
Eldon Dennis and wife left Sunday
which is called the "Grady,” will be
the largest owned by the Southern for Ashland, where Mr. Dennis will
Pacific. It is 110 feet long by 52 engage in the grocery business.
F. A. Smith left Saturday morning
feet wide and the walls are about 11
feet high. The Klamath Queen was for San Francisco on business con
called a big dredge, but it looks as if nected with the Farmers’ Exchange.
two or three Queens could be put in
C. T. Wendell arrived in the city
side of the Grady without any last Sunday from Weed on business
trouble. All of the machinery will with the Big Basin Lumber Company.
be placed under deck, and is now on
Chas. Woodward and wife, who
cars on the sidetrack awaiting the have been visiting friends in Portland
completion of the barge. Red fir is and Vancouver, returned home last
used in the construction and all of i Friday.
the braces and supports are 12 by 12
O. L. Dunbar and D. F. Brennan
and fastened in place by heavy iron arrived in the city Tuesday from
rods and steel plates, The sides of Portland on their return home to
the dredge are built of 6 by 12 tim- Lakeview.
bers and are of selected grade red
J. T. Day, janitor of the school, is
fir. One hundred men can easily convalescing after a severe attack of
work on the boat without any incon- pneumonia.
venience. It is stated that the big
Ladies’ suits made to measure.
cup will hold one car of dirt at a some stunning styles and cloths, at
load, and it can readily be seen how K. K. K. Store.
fast this mammoth machine will
Mr. Hall arrived recently from
throw up a grade across the marsh Wallace, Idaho, to enter the real es
when it gets at work.
tate business with Mr. Chilcote.
The grade across the marsh be
Wm. W’agner and Mark L. Burns
tween the Hanks place and Rattle left yesterday for Ashland as dele
snake Point has already been thrown gates to the district convention of the
up by the Queen, and the second crew Knights of Pythias.
of about eighty men is working along
Deputy United States Marshal F.
the hill and at the Point.
E. Hammersley came in last Tuesday
from Lakeview, where he has been
Will Move Mountain Side
At Rattlesnake Point a tunnel has
L. G. Comstock has the contract
been drilled into the side of the
mountain for a distance of 100 feet, for putting in the new movable vege
and from this main about twenty table trays in the store of Chastain,
branches extend in every direction. Langell & Company.
Harry Goeller returned last Sun
Five car loads of powder will be
planted in these tunnels and will be day from Ashland, where he accom
set off at one blast. The weight of panied his mother to attend th t wed
the earth and rock covering the tun ding of Mrs. Goeller's sister, Mils
nels is estimated at over 100,000 Sawyer.
H. H. Eaton, formerly with the
tons, and it is proposed to move this
in one body. The powder will be Northern California Lumber Coinpa
taken to the Point from the wharf ny at Hilt, arrived In the city Sundy
by barges and this cannot be done evening and has made arrangements
until the ice breaks up. It is an to handle property for the Klamath
nounced that it will probably be Development Company.
Miss C. IL Wagner and Miss N. A.
about April 1 when the big blast is
Moore arrived Monday evening from
Portland to complete arrangements
Mil! Give Excursion
Already arrangements are being for the opening of their Millinery
made by the boat people to run ex Emporium, which is to occur on
curBion8 to the upper lake on the March 1 in the Heidrick building.
T. J. Palmer and son, Clyde, news
day of the blast, especially on the
larger steamers. It is stated that it paper men, are in the city from Med
will be perfectly safe at a distance of ford, Oklahoma. It is stated thaL
half a mile from shore.
they came here for the purpose of
There are 200 men employed at taking editorial management of the
new daily which Is to be started in
If you want to borrow trouble, go
to a money lender.
C. G. Lambert came down Friday
evening from Bonanza.
Supt. H. G. Wilson returned to
Klamath Agency Saturday.
R. W. Tower was in the city Friday
from Keno making *proof on his
homestead, on which he has lived for
the past seven years.
The exterior walls of the pew
Pennsylvania Railroad station in
New York are nearly half a mile long «Tiairnuin Oliver II o I i I h Meeting to
and contain almost 4 90,000 i^jbic
Receive Advice on Organi
feet of granite.
zation of Party
C. R. Miller, the photographer, is
in the city from McCloud, conferring
with his partner, Glen Johnston, rela
The meeting of Republicans called
tive to plans for their new building for Monday evening at the court
and the equipment for the same.
house was well attended by local
Having grabbed the timber lands members of the party front this city.
the big interests desire to secure them Chairman Oliver, ot the County Cen
free irom taxation. The 20,000 tral Committee, stated the object of
thieves who with their swords robbed the meeting, which was to determine
England of her lands twelve centuries whether the assembly plan as recom
agoSvant the same thing. They have mended by the State Central Commit
paid less than one quarter of one per tee, should be followed In Klamath
cent of their Just share on their tim County. A number of the prominent
ber holdings for centuries. Our few Republicans were called upon for
thousand modern barons would enjoy their opinion, who In the majority
the same blessing.
favored the assembly plan, On mo-
C. C. Vandenberg met with an ac tion of R. A. Emmltt, the recoin-
cident this morning while hauling a mendation of the State committee i
load of meat to the dredge Grady, was approved.
which is working on the railroad
It is understood that the motion
grade on the upper lake. As he was was passed simply as an expression
driving across the grade below Ship of the views of the meeting and their
pington he was thrown from the wag- recommendation to the chairman. It
cn and fell on one of the steel rails, is probable that Mr. Oliver will sc-
being cut over the right eye and on I cure further endorsement of the plan
the head. He came back to town from other sections of the county be
and had several stitches taken In the fore definitely deciding" on calling an
The statement was made by a num- 1
W. S. Worden and P. C. Lavey re
turned Friday from Dorris, where her of the speakers that it was not
they went with a Washington capital | the intention to evade the direct pri
ist to look at the country. About 150 mary law, but that tho assembly plan
of the citizens learned of thlr arrival would work in conjunction with the
in town, got together and held a primary law and assist the voter In
meeting at the hall to welcome Mr. determining on the candidate by hav
Lavey, who is carrying on an adver ing a ticket recommended by repre
tising campaign for that section In sentative men from nil over the dis
Mr. trict. If the men recommended wore
Portland and San Francisco.
not acceptable to the voter, he could
Lavey gave them a very nice talk,
still vote for his choice. It was ar
which was responded to by a number
gued that tho plan would bo particu
of the citizens.
larly beneficial on the State ticket,
where the candidates for nomination
THERMOMETER DROPS TO HIÄ
were not known personally to the
BELOW ZERO AT CHK'UIO
Middle West in Grasp of Worst Bliz
OVER »»OO NEEDED TO «JIVE CITY
zard in Years
FREE DELIVERY OF MAIL
United Press Service.
CHICAGO, Feb. 23—In eighteen Necessary Amount of Ili-ceipts Will
Probably Be Reached by n
hours the mercury dropped 35 de
grees and the worst blizzard of years
brought Chicago 6 degrees below zero
The postofflce receipts from April
weather today. The weather bureau
predicts that the entire Northwest 1 to February 15 were *8,071.47.
will be swept by blizzards. Northern This loaves a balance of (928.53 to
Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michi be taken in during the next six weeks
gan, Iowa and Nebraska are In the In order to bring the total receipts
storm area, and the suffering will be up to 110,000, the sum necessary to
entitle the city to a system of free de
intense before its fury abates.
Another blizzard Is sweeping down livery. Postmaster Emmltt states
from Canada and spreading through that he believes this amount will be
out Montana and the Dakotas, and received but It will probably be by a
is traveling eastward.
Traffic is very close margin.
The people of this city should see
practically at a standstill and many
ot the smaller towns will be caught that the receipts show the necessary
amount as the city should have free
THE MEETING FAVORS THE
PROPOSED ASSEMBLY PLAN
The Farmers’ Exchange
will hold its first regular
Auction Saturday, Feb. 26
WOULD RECOMMEND A fULL TICKET
at 1:30 P. M. sharp
Household Goods, consisting of
Stoves, Tables, Beds, Rugs and a
good many other useful articles
a Horse or two, a Wagon and a
Some odds and ends;
perhaps just what you want. Do
not fail to attend
Between 7th and 8th
delivery this summer. There Is no
doubt but what the receipts of the
office will be nearly doubled during
the coming year, but If they should
fall short ot the *10,000 it will be
necessary to wait another year for
free delivery. On account of the con
tinual increase In the population of
the city it is quite probable that the
receipts will reach tho necessary
amount without any trouble, but It
is a very easy matter for the busi
ness houses to settle the matter be
yond the question of a doubt, and it
Is believed that a suggestion is all
that is necessary.
United Press Service.
FRESNO. Cal., Feb. 23. "Ginger"
Williams, the Visalia heavyweight,
died today as a result of a fractured
skull received during his fight wit!:
Kenneth Harmon, In Bakersfield yes
terday. The fight had gone to the
third round when Williams fell from
a blow delivered by Harmon. Tn re
gaining his feet he lost his balance
and fell from the ring, his head strik
ing a protruding board. The district
attorney Is Investigating the affair.
It Is unlikely that any prosecution
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
■ i ■ i '
F. IL Pago et al to Abner Weed,
6. part of lot 2 Sec. 4, Tp 34, 8. R.
7 Mi E. M. W.; »10.
Abner Weed to F. II. Page, et
warranty deed, all of lot 1, part
lots 1, 3, and 4, Scc4, Tp 34, 8.
7%, E. W. M.
THAIS WILL (¿<> IAIILIKIC
Commencing Tuesday, February
22. train No. 39 will leave Klamath
Falls at 9:30 instead of 11:30 Train
from Weed will continue to remain
late for the occommodatlon of pans
engers from the north. This sched
ule Is In effect until further notice.
THE LARGEST MAKER ANO RETAILED
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"8UPFRIOR TO OTHrR MAKES."
**l have worn W. L. Douglas «hoe« for
l>a«t «I k years, and always find they are h
superior to ail other high grade shoes In sty»*.
comfort and durability." W. O. JONES,
HO Howard Ave., Utica. N. Y
If I could take you into my large far-
tories at Brockton, Mass., and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes ar«*
made, you would realise why they hoi I
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
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Mi stain l>r«t on the both «in. Tskr ,%«» N«il»**l*
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