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SATURDAY. Al'KlI. 2,5 190S.
Ttakcr Un4 NoUcc
United State Uml Olflt-f, Ukevli'w
Oregon, February 18, IWM. ,
Nolle li liereli- ittven that In cow
pliancv wild llm pruvUlotu ot Ilia act f
CVngrvaant JuneS, 1878, entitled "An
art lor lh aalo of timber lands in I lie
atatea ol California, Oregon, Nevada ami
Washington Territory," as eitended to
all lh Public Uml Statu by art ol
August 4, lmi-J, Charles It. DeUp, of
Klamath Kails, County ol Klamath,
State ol Oregon, h Hied In tills otllrn
hit sworn statement No. 4042, lor the
purchase ol the snjrM, nmh, ol
arc. 3, tp. 38 8. rang 0 K. W. M ami
will offer iroot to ahow that tho land
ought In more valuable lor Its timW
or atone than lor agricultural pornom-.
anil to eatabllih hie claim to said Uml
I tore the County Judge ol Klamath
County, at lilt office at Klamath Kail,
Oregon, on Wednesday the Ulliday ol
lie name aa wllneaai's: T. K. Nlrlin
waaaawjaaaaw Ian, I.. I). Mllcliiaon, True II. IVljii.
1 A. M. Jaminii, all ol Klanialh KhIIk,
Alderman William C. Herbert i oreon.
U advocating an ordinance bo. Any and all persons elalntlmi adverse
is ayocaung- an orainance ne- , u,e ,i,e derlil Uml.areie.iie.i.
fore the Jentey City Board of. .. ...rtiii,i,..i.i,. i u.t. .:. ....
Among- the many public im
provements now being: made in
Eugene is the rebuilding of the
Pacific States Telephone Com
pany's system at the cost of
$20,000. The wires will all be
laid .underground. A large force
is now digging trenches for con
duits for the wires.
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MARSH LANDS Qredoirs ncnesi sou.
50 per cant vegetable matter. Klamath's greatest bargains at $20 per acre and upwards. Eaiy Tama.
Aldermen providing mat a
license fee of $1 a year be charg
ed for cats, that they be tagged
and unlicensed cats be collected
the same as dogs. The ordi
nance was laid over for 90 day?,
when it will come up for final
United States Senator Charles
W. Fulton has written a letter
to H. W. Cake, who defeated
Fulton for the Senatorial nomi
nation last week, in which the
Senator extends his congratu
laUons to his successful opponent
and assures him of such support
aa the Senator can give. In
conclusion. Senator Fulton saya
he believes Cake will be elected.
or More raid 1.1th day ol May 1MM.
I'-StlS-U J. N. Watnm, reglaler.
It is the purpose of the busi
ness men of LaGrande to make
ita "Saturday town." Already
pledges circulated among the
business men have resulted in
arrangements to bring crowds to
the dty every Saturday. The
band will play every Saturday
afternoon and evening on the
streets and various entertain
ments are planned for these
The third time since its erection,
in 1868, the Eiffel tower id being
painted. It is as well that the
process is not more frequent,
seeing that it costs $15,000.
For the first renewal the color
was orange, but last time it was
changed to gold. Now it is to
be silver white from the third
platform upward and iron brown
lower down. Forty men will
be at work for three months and
900 pintals of paint will be used,
Petition for Liquor License
To the Honorable County Court id
the Mate Oregon lor Klamath County.
Wc the undersigned, mldenta anil le
gal voter ol the I'rwlncl ol Kpraguc
Klver, in the County id Klamath nnd
Stale ol Oregon, and artnaP reaidi-nln
therein and who haw actually rvalded
therein for more than thirty daya im
mediately preceding the date ol signing
and filing thin our tltton, do hvn-tiy
rcirctlully petition jour honoiabli
body to grant and iaane to J. C. Kd.all
an.1T. SI.Kdaall.nl the tlrni of Kdaall
llroa., a llceuae to sell aplrltoua, vinous,
far men ted or mall, llipiora In lea quan
tltiea than one gallon, iu the precinct
aforesaid for a erlod ol one year, from
the Ctti day of May, A. I). IMW.
Notice 1 hereby given that Ihii -lllion
will tie prearntrd to the County
Court of the Stale of Oregon, (or the
County of Klamath, at the court home
in the rlty rl Klamath KalU, on the litli
day olMay, A.l. IMM, at the hour ol
one o'clock I'. M. or at aoon Ihvii-altcr
aa eaid petition can be heard.
Dated till BUb. day ol March, A. P.
O.T. Anderaon, I.. I.. Griffin, I. T.
Anderaon, K. A. Campbell, W. W. Kin-
ley, K. W. Wbeliton, A. W. Kvans, J.
M. Passer, Wm. II. (iarrett, Kd Itloom-
Ingcamp, John 8. Kurber, If. J. I.ang
kam. Itoaa W . Kinley, V. W. Hmltli,
Jamea Phillips, W. K. Hotter. K. I.
Courtright, II. I.. Anderaon, C. It.
Moritx, Amot Uindy, Mat I'wry. J. A.
Wilton. J. K Freeman, fpratt. Wella,
C. K. Kerg, J. II. Hoyd, Jamea M. Fer.
ran, Frank Olwncbain, 1- A. Richard
ton, Ueorge Bloomingcamp, Q. St. An
deraon, Tom Ivory. Jamea llell, Frank
Shamley. J. A. Parker, O. (1. IVw,
Power that cannot be broken
and an open door in China are
what the American government
proposes as its policy in the far
east The world powers are
just waking up to tho fact that
this policy is the reason for the
United States' quiet determi
nation to move the. Philippine
naval base from Olongapo to
Manila Bay and make it bristle
so with 14 inch-guns that all the
navies on earth never will be
able to get past
CHANGE OF TIME
In March Portland set afloat
for foreign ports more than
twice the quantity of wheat
shipped by any other city in the
United States, taking a greater
lead even than she did in Febru
ary, when she occupied a pos
ition at the head of the column.
The shipments from the Will-
iametto River metropolis last
month totaled 1,422,367 bushels,
si against 899,936 bushels for
warded from the combined porta
of Puget Sound, the nearest
competitor, according to a bulle
tin of statistics compiled by the
Department of Commerce and:
KFFKCTIVK Al'KlI, 10, 1008
From Klamath Falla to 8au Fran
ciaoo and all ointa between
Thrall and Mine.
Leave Klamath Falla -It A. SI.
Arrive at Spencera 7 :30
Leave Hpancera H:
Arrive at Pokegama 1 1 :
Arrive at Thrall 1:15 I'-M.
Leave Thrall, a. r. rk.
train No, IS at 2:23
Arrive at Han Francinco 0:28 A. SI.
29 hour and 2d minute, Klamath
Falla to Han Franclaco. Train No.
13 on 8. P. leave Thrall 6:W p. m.
arriving at San Franclaco II: 28 a.m. .
Klamath Falla to Portland
Leave Klamath Falla aa above.
Leave Thrall, 8.P. train No. 10, 1 V1
p. m. j arrive at Portland 7 'M a. in.
27 hour and 65 minute, Klamath
Falla to Portland. ,
Han Franclaco to Klamath Fal!a
Leave rian Franclaco at 2:20 p. m.
arrive at Thrall at 0:04 a. n.
Leave Thrall at 0:30 a. m.; leave
Pokegama. at 9 a. in.; arrive at
Klamath Fall at 6 p. in. Dinner
at Spencer, leaving there at 1 p. in.
Hborteat time ever, 20 hour and
40 miiujtan Franclaco to Klamath
Fall. No other rout doea it. Thl
la tb cheapaaTand beat way. Fare
$6, eltbar direction between Thrall
Heavy FretijhtlmJ a Specify. BuiWatfc orders Arc
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer S Storage
Having up-to-date piano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
KENYON S THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS
Sixteen inch and four foot wood in any quantities.
' Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 461
or KKK Store, Phone 174
JT s7Il?f TiVR Wood Yard and Office
li. rlHilxUrjIA Ncur Cty nan
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Incorporated November 28, 19JJJ
Statement of Condition
...... of the,
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falla. Oregon
DICIMPIK 31, 1007
Iamim and Discount .. J340 r.'tn on.
The Eldred Company
F. G. ELDRED, Manager
Saddles, Harness and Supplies
We make a specialty of first-class, guaranteed,
hand-made Saddles and Sliaps. Our Saddles
have an established reputation.
Orders From Everywhere Solicited
Kt'al Estate, UulldliiKH utnl
Ciuth uml Slulit ExulutnKu
Capital Stock, fully puld 5100,000.00
Surplus nnd Profits. 2 1,753.1 1
Duo Other Hanks ... . .'J2,OO0.94 '
I, Alr Martin, Jr.. Ca.M.-r ..f th. l. , ,mni
Lank, d.i aulemnly awrer Ibat tl... ,p. , ,,.
mriit la liutflu the brat of inv an.m !L., tull.,,
AI.KX MAitTIN. Jit- ...,;,,'
Subn-rlUxl and x.un to brfure mi t. mI.,1.,
of Jainurv, Haw. '""
l"'f M - H Winn...,
Notary I'uMir f. iii.K,,n
K. R. REAMES
ALEX MARTIN, JR.
LESLIE ROGERS -
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Basin
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Par
ties. The largest and best arranged eating house.
In the city. Open day and night.
Barge has .Arrived
MILLS ADDITION LOIS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Mills Addition wire oircrnl
at bargain prices a number of alin-wil mvr
tors bouyht; since that time wilue have
These Lota are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there in every reason
to anticipate an advance in price. Itemem
ber these lota are FIFTY feet in width nml
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep -more than double the nrci of imvil
town lots offered to Investor.
FRANK IRA WHITI
CAPT. O. C. APPLEGATE
Office on rifli St
The Big Barge Has Arrived at Last and
Loaded with Furniture, Carpets, Mat
ting, Rugs, Linoleum, Pillows and Mat
tresses of all Kinds, Colors and Prices.
Call while THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
W. H. DOLBEER
Successor to B. St. George Bishop
Plumber and Steamfitter
KUmtth FaUf, Orego
Strictly First-class Work
Phones: Baslaesa. 300; Residence, r04
CHAS. K. WOUUKN
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The American Bank and Trust Co.
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Aiih'I Cunliier lM
I Cor "h and Main Street
Bennett's Feed Stable
Next to MutirTt Mill
Now Open for Business
The Chute System of Feeding which permits Stock
getting their Mil, has been installed
Plenty of Wagon Room
JASPER BENNETT, Proprietor
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STILTS. Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton. Pork and Poultry
Fresh and Curad Masts sml SaimnKi'S "' "' !.vl
We handle our meats in tho moat modern mi " "
linen and aurroundlnga. Try ua and wo will "M"
nPpy to have you for s customer. Free DelivHT-