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the land belongs to you after you pur
some time ago by the death of her
chase, and where bountiful crops are
the only kinds raised."
Robert S Admits of Merrill Is here
This Is a short statement of the
Should the ice break up in time, attending the Carroll trial
ANTLERS CLUB WILL ENTERTAIN feelings of C. Gray. D. Ellis Young the steamer Eagle may be launched
J. II ll. Fitzpatrick is here from
and Mr. Willard, who with some resi I next Sunday.
FELM» V IXIDGEMEN
Sun Francisco attending to the Inter
dents of Tulare, Calif., went to Hsr-
Joe Stukel and Clyde Bradley are ests of the firm he represents.
mosilo, Mexico, a short time ago to
J. E Hoyos, a well known resident
i In from Merrill for a visit of several
Exalted Ruler Livingstone and Other look over the country, with an Idea
of Merrill, Is In the county seat tor a
Prominent Ashland Elks Will
F. C. Klatzuba, a well-known Mer- visit of several days' duration.
ath Falls last week,
Be in Attendance
F. Il Kester, C. F. Holmes and E
According to Mr. Gray, a syndicate | rllllle. Is In the county seat transact
H. Moore, well known residents of
has leased the land from the Mexican ing business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. France left Poe Valle', are registered at the l.lv-
The members of the antlered herd government, and they sell it to the in
for their home In Ellensburg, ermore.
in this vicinity are receiving the fol
Mr and Mrs. A Julian, who have
lowing Invitation: "Just a Smoker
Mr. and Mrs. Janies Dixon, two been residing at Dairy, moved to
at the Antler's Club, Thursday even 1 you? The land, he says. Is very poor,
ing. to members and all Elks who and one would be taking a mighty prominent residents of Merrill, are Klamath Falls, und will remain here
tor some time.
happen to be feeding in this neck of slim chance should he attempt to sup stopping at the Baldwin Hotel.
Charles E. Riley, who was hero a
the woods at that time. Exalted
George F. Prebin and family ar-
Ruler A G. Livingstone of Ashland ranch in that section.
rived tn the city Saturday night from short time ago. returned Tuesday
No. 94 4 will be the guest of honor.
Poe Valley, on their way to Portland from Oakland. Calif., and la a guest
at the Lakeside Inn.
Fun will be the order of the evening."
Sam Walker and W. C. Lewis are
The invitation Is fully explanatory
littery Childers has resigned his
here front Reno on a business trip.
of the good time in store for the
with Hector's department
They are registered at the Lakeside
"Bills" Thursday night. Mr. Living
store, and will soon resume his build
stone will arrive tomorrow night, ac lioHI.il RIREAI IS .MAKING XX
Eugene Spencer, a well known cit ing and contracting work
companied by other prominent mem
The basketball girls of the various
izen of the Wainpus district, was
bers of the Ashland lodge, and he will'
are putting lit some hard
among Monday's guests at the Liver
visit the local lodgemen in their
practice In the evenings after school.
Tuo Xuiuls-rs Will Be l’Tv«entc<l Here
Brown Michael, a prominent citi ! and are expecting to play a grime next
While this smoker will be largely
in n Short Time as au
zen of Dairy, came in from that place E’rlday at 3 o'clock. Although they
in the order of a jollification, it will
are not sure of It. The Bumble Bees
night, and sjient Tuesday In
also be the opening gun to be fired
| won the victory over the Junior girls,
i this city.
by the members of the lodge in this
and are anxious to m«-et nil girl teams
C»pt. Dansbury has the moulds o»i[n
city toward organizing a lodge here. , T. B. Robley of the Robley Lyceum
A girls' team.
There are over one hundred members bureau came in from Monterey. Calif.. his new steamer all out and will put F„>Ilwl.llnK ni<wl|y of Freshmen, ha«
of the order in this city, and of these Friday, and before he left Saturday the same together ns soon ns the snow ; ' been organized. und Is expecting to
about eighty members belong to the morning he had completed arrange is off the yard.
1 play the Bumble Bees next Friday.
Ashland lodge. As it is necessary ments with County School Superin
Frank White came in from Bonan
for a town to have a population of at tendent J. G. Swan, Principal W. E za Monday, and expects to spend
least 5,000 before an Elks lodge can Faught of the High school aud City several days in this city before re
be organized, a special census will be School Superintendent R. H. Dunbar turning home.
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taken this spriug, and the lodge will for two lyceum attractions to be given
Henry Boivin, the well-known local
no doubt be fully organized by the here in the near future. Should these plumber, has returned to Klamath
close of summer.
two numbers be well received, it is I Falls, after a visit of a fortnight's
Amos Bennett has postponed work
President E. B. Hall of the Antlers more than probable that steps will be | duration In San Francisco.
on his new launch till the weather
Club and Secretary' Will Baldwin are taken to establish a permanent lyce
Leslie Rogers, wife and children, moderates a little.
in charge of arrangements for Thurs um course here, giving the people of'
have returned from Medford, where
Mrs. William Harland is-n victim
day night's smoker.
Klamath Falls an opportunity to hear Mrs. Rogers has been visiting her
of the grip. It-seems as though the
some of the greatest speakers, lectur-' parents for the past few«months.
grip has n grip on the people of Ship
CARROLL CASE ATTRACTS MUCH • [8 and entertainers in the United
pington of late.
The Reney brothers, who left here
While arrangements as to price of reclamation service left on Sun
admission, time of appearances, etc., day morning's train for Portland, a couple of weeks ago to search the
w here he goes on legal business con , state for a location that suits them,
Several State’s Witnesses Were Ex have not been fully aranged. the first
with the service.
have yet to find the promised land,
number here will be given on or
amined During Today’s Ses
County Clerk D«>I.ap returned to they write. They may be with us
sion of Court
during the fore part of April. Ellina Klamath Falls Saturday night from again In ft month or so.
Messrs Wlckstrom & l.lntuait have
B. Smith, the well known imitator, Salem, where he went with two pris
hull of the Eagle caulked and
Several witnesses were examined
painted, and will soon be working on
:n the Carroll case Wednesday, and company, will be the first to appear to the state penitentiary.
H. F. Maust. who is interested In the cabin of the launch They will
District Attorney Kuykendall states here, and if the following numbers
planing mill at Merrill and the have the boat in commission for the
that it is barely possible that the state
may rest its case tonight, and that the be well worth attending. Miss Smith's sawmill at Stukel mountain, was here spring trad«*
defense will begin in the morning. reputation as an entertainer is too attending to business matters. He is
Interest in the case continues unabat well known to need of any special a guest at the I-akesldc
John Zbinden. one of the well ♦
ed. and a large crowd is gathered in comment here. Suffice it to say that
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
she has appeared several times before known people residing at Fort Klam ♦
the court room.
ath. was here attending business mat
J. Frank Adams, the complaining
witness, took the stand again this The members of the Smith company ters. While here Mr. Zbinden in a
morning, after spending nearly all of are all talented vocalists and ntni- guest at the Hotel Livermore.
The guns being made by ths man*
Howard »Acteson arrived in this
yesterday afternoon there. He was si clans.
The beginning of a lyceum course city Tuesday with his brother. A. E. ttal training department of the high
subjected to a grilling cross examina
school are nearly all finished. The
tion by attorney C. M. O’Neill, who in Klamath Falls Is one of the great- | Acteson, who has been In Seatie on
Instructor, Mr. Hawley reporta very
appears for Carroll.
Other witnesses who testified to other methods are used to show the a contracting carpenter, may locate good work In this department. In
fact, greater Interest than was sup
day were: J. C. Jarvis. Lee Doten, building up of a city, the presence of here.
a lyceum course is the best possible j I’nited States Marshal T E. Ham- posed at the start. A blacksmith
Tom Hyland and Chris Wilmer.
advertisement for the people of the ' mersley came la from Portland Sat shop will soon be added to this de
community, for it shows their effort« ; urday night, and registered at the partment. and when this Is done,
Spencer Is Paroled
we will have one of the best manual
Charles Spencer, who was indicted for mental improvement to be of the 1 Baldwin. He left on the stage Monday
department In this part of
by the grand jury at its December
The fact that the leading educators on official business.
session for stealing a coat aDd pair of
The Sophmore algebra examina
S. Padgett» lT. S. Reedec, D. R. Do
trousers, changed his plea of not of the city are so strongly in favor of
guilty to guilty last Friday. F. H. such a course is also a big point in ten. H. H. Pearson and B W. McCor tions are living held this week. I
Mills, Spencer's attorney, told the its favor, which should induce all to mick. all of Keno. were among the Although the tests are rather hard,
court that his client had lain in jail support the first experimental num fans in attendance at the card of box-1 ail of the atudentM expect to paw i
for four months, and that after he bers in a manner that will justify a Ing bouts pulled off by the Klamath' .them.
Two new pictures adorn the walla
Athletic club Friday night
took the clothes and left town no permanent course here.
I The steamer North Star will be of the office. They are the Kitt of
action was toward arresting him wan
Miss Bessie Applegate, and the frames
taken until Spencer returned to town, COL. WILKINS WILL EREIT A brought from her present mooring
were furnished by Mr. Faught.
and asked the authorities if he was
The class In Agriculture la having
on the ways near Winema landing,
wanted on a larceny charge.
an interesting time since their new
Judge Benson gave Spencer the
Klaamth Avenue Between
In trim for the spring trade.
minimum sentence, one year in the
The members of the Botany class j
Notwithstanding the disagreeable
penitentiary, but granted him a pa-
aspect of the day. quite a bunch of have their new books now and ti.ey.
role. By the terms of the parole
Col. M. G. Wilkins is planning to guests visited St. Cloud Sunday, Dr. are progressing nicely in this Inter-
■Spencer is to report either in person
a modern apartment house on and Mrs. J. L. Harris and party. O. D. eating study la II C >n<l J I- s
or in writing to the judge at least
once a month. He is allowed the Klamath avenue between First and Mathews and wife, and C. J. Heldt-
MASTON HAM CONTRAIT FOR
privilege of leaving the state if he Second streets and several local con man and wife were of the party.
Dr. H. E Church, physician for
wishes, providing the move is sanc tractors are figuring on the job The
structure will have a frontage of one the Southern Pacific at the Sprague
tioned by Judge Benson.
The Long Lake Lumbe r comimny
hundred feet on Klamath avenue and River eamp. and O E. Rae, who Is
contracted with W. H Maalon for
will have a depth of seventy feet connected with the engineering <fe-
from the sidewalk. It will be strict uartment. were guests at the Liver the latter to log fi.000,000 feet of tim I
A quiet wedding took place in the ly modern throughout, and when more Saturday and Sunday, while In ber for them. The timber to be cut
by Masten Is this side of Rattlesnake
parlor at the Baldwin Hotel hTursday completed will be among the best of the city.
night, when Rev. George Pratt united the kind in the city.
Hahn Brooks, accompanied by his Point, three miles up the lake.
It is the intention of the lumber
Gertrude Dingman and John W. Dal
sister, Mrs. Charlotte E. Kunz, are
ton in the bonds of matrimony. Only
in this city again in the interests of1 concern to cut about 10,000,000 feet
a few were present at the ceremony,
tiie circulation department of the San of lumber this year, and the sawmill
which was followed by a wedding sup
Francisco Chronicle. The couple haye will be started fust as soon as the Ice
SPOKANE, March 1.- -James Lo be»-n her«- on several weaslonx. and breaks up.
per at the Baldwin cafe. The happy
couple arrived recently from Mich gan. convicted of murdering his wife they have made many friends ic
igan, and will make Klamath Falls at Harvey creek and then burning Klamath Falls Thev are at th<- Bald-
the body some time ago, was sen v in.
tenced at Colville to hang at Walla
200 acre» four anti a half miles
Mrs. Arthur B. Collins and son,
Walls April 21. Ixtgan smiled placid Richard, rived Sundae n 4i.t from from Falls, under ditch anil well Im
Mt <’H ACTIVITY IX TIMBER
BUYING IS PREDICTED ly when Judge Daniel Carey pro Kansas City, to join Mr. Collins and proved. Price 1|WW> per acre; easy
Timber buying and logging will be nounced the sentence, being confident make this their home. Mrs. Collins terms.
very active this season, according to that he will escape the gallows
HIO acres two miles from Midland,
has been in the Middle West for the
Thomas Shannon, who buys timber
past two months, and on her return all under ditch anti improved, ready
for som. Wisconsin dealers.
trip she stopped at Denver, Cheyenne, for alfalfa. Price MOO per acre ;
Mr. Shannon believes that accord
San Franclscb and Sacramento for terms.
ing to the inquiries he has received
NO acre« »even mile« front
The St. Francis rooming house In
from his home in Wisconsin that
S. T. Summers returned Tues 52 acre» under ditch; Improved. Price
many of the wealthy lumber dealers th- Jennings building has changed day from San Finnelsco where he pur- * lo per acre; om-third cash.
will be looking up timber here, and hands, J. B. Vollmer, the former own J « based a lot of n< w machinery for the
IO acres seven miles from Falls,
no doubt he is in a position to know. er, selling to E. E. Johnson and Ar Hydraulic 8ton<- and Brick company all nailer ditch and improved. IMce
thur B. Collins, who recently bought 1 for Its gravel and sand pits. Mr. g05 |H-r tu it-; some terms.
the Shive block The S» Francis will | Summers states that, the machinery Is
20 acres live miles from Fulls, nil
still be conducted as a rooming I to be shipped at once, and he expects untler ditch, impron ti, l’rio- M75 | mt
to soon have the pits In operation, acre; terms.
‘'Mexico may be tile land of oppor
We don't lilti- ritiu, mud or enow,
and will probably commence ship
tunities and of perpetual sunshine,
Mr. and Mrs. Burk Wilson of ment of sand aboi^ April 1st.
hut nevertheless will drive ont nny
but we'll be perfect’y satisfied with Buena Vista were the recipients of a
Mr and Mrs. L. .1 Rinehart havn I time you want to go.
-¡taking our futnr' under the Stars chicken dinner at the home of Wm. ! returned to this city from Oakland,
Cbllcote A Rice, next to American
and Stripes in Klamath county, where Jenison of Fairview Sunday.
¡Ore., where Mrs Rinehart wan called Hotel, l’itone dill.
ELKS’ SMOKER ON THURSDAY
BRIEF NEWS OF THE WEEK
We now make four deliveries daily by
the General City Delivery. Your pat
ronage is solicited and satisfaction is
guaranteed. Prices as low as possible
J. W. liAWXHlRST
Do Not Keep Your
Money in a Stocking
|du< •• t«> <•
and you cat have ready
to It at an» time* Pro
moderale «Ir« untatane«'*
Hot tie their money up
certain Investment, but
where th«-» < an get it
of th- principal
A word to the
First Trust and Savings Bank
h LI M ATH PALMI. OBE.
In Our New Location
Wr Invite the public to our new store I m fhr Hrl«t«*| liulltlhitf.
Main street, near Sixth, to inspect the
Hsru«'«», Naihlles *u<l Ix-alher G« hh I» litui «< ltat< jia.i unputkol.
Wr are tloing busliic«« in «tur larga-, spau iou» rotini. aud <an prove tu
you liuti wv huve thè largeat stock o( llarncaa Gooda ■ arricci by alt)
More in Southern Oregon.
Ilenu-ntlM-r, we buy for CASI! and in largr <|uaii(>it< «
Olir t u»-
temer» art- golng lo gei tilt- lu-nettl <>t evrry cent we un- in buylni^
We «vani you io look over our Stock.
If wr <annoi «eli )uu beitrr
g.Mid» for lesa ntonry iltan you cali gei elsewberr we <l<> no< «ani
you lo Buy. We «vili Ite |>l<‘aw<1 lo bave you cali in In»;» < I our iteti
BRADLEY HARNESS CO.
-THE H|GX OK THE BIG HollhE
A most desirable as well as use
fui Gift would be either a
Call, write or phone me regarding
easy payment plan
E. W. HÜLLER
BERT E WITHROW, Secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
E. M. BUBB,
Vice President in I
Plans, Blue Prints, l.tc
Klamath County Abstract Co.. Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON