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TUESDAY. A PHIL , 1903.
Plant are being made for a
960,000 factory building for tho
Campbell Automatic Safety Gas
Burner Company which is to be
erected on a half-block of
ground in the factory district of
What a rush there would be
in naval enlistments if all the
cities in the country could see
such a parade of the sailor boys
aa San Diego was treated to the
other day. There would be
simply no holding the boys back.
At the special request of the
President congress will hold over
until after the great meeting of
governors and others at the
White House. That's right; let
the President have a chance to
show his guests "my congress.
Timber Land Notice
United State Unl Offliv, Ukr-vlew
Oregon, February IS, HUM.
Notice Is hereby given that III com
pliinro with tlin provtulona of the net of
CongreMo(Jnnc3, 1H78, entitled "An
act (or Ilia rate ol timber laniln In the
itatea ol California, Oregon, Xevadn ami
Washington Territory," at eitemled to
all the Publle Land States by art of
August 4, 1812. Charles H. IM-ap, or
Klamath Kails, County nt Klamath,
Slate of Oregon, has It led In this olttce
his tftorn statement No. 4(112, for the
purchase of the sw'jne'l, ntrjw'j, of
sec. 3, tp.38 8. range UK. W. .M., nu.l
will offer proof to show that the land
sought Is mure valuable lor It timber
or stone than for agricultural piirpow,
and to establish hl claim to said l.md
belom the Count v Judge of KUmatb
County, at his ottlce at Klamath Knit.
Oregou, on Wednesday the IJthday ol
lie iiami as wllnesn-st T. V. Nii-lio-las,
I.. I). Kilchloiu, Tine II. IM-np,
A. M. Jamlvui, all ol Klamath KmIIs,
Any nnd nil iiersons clnlinlnu ixImtw-
ly the above described lands arureiiiesl
vd to Itlo their claims in this ollice on
or before said l.ltti day of May HHW.
JKI.VI3 J. N. Watniuregttler.
A good vein of coal has been
encountered on the Spencer Butte
Coal & Petroleum company's
property, 10 miles southwest of
Eugene, and the company has
sent to Portland for additional
machinery to develope the mine.
The Republican state central
committee will meet for organiz
ation Wednesday, April 29, at 2
o'clock in the afternoon, at the
headquarters of the Multnomah
County central committee, in
tbelfarquam building in Port
land. A resolution indorsing William
H. Taft for the presidential
saOtBiaation was tabled by a ris
ing vote at the New Hampshire
state republican convention and
the delegates will go to the Chi
cago convention unpledged and
Mayor Tom L. Johnson has
won his eight-year war for three
cent fares in Cleveland. The
victory came when the Cleve
land Electric Railway Company,
through F. H. Goff, its mediator,
offered to accept $55 a share for
its stock as the basis of settle
ment, the City Holding Company
to take over the stock.
Petition for Liquor License
To the Honorable County Court of
the State Oregon for Klamath County.
We the undersigned, residents and le
gal voter of the I'reclnct of Simgue
Kiver, in the County of Klamath nnd
State of Oregon, and actual resident
therein and who have actually rci-iJed
therein for more than thirty da) im
mediately preceding the date of sinning
and tiling this our trillion, do hen-by
respectfully Iw'tltion nr houniable
body to grant and Irsiie lo J. 0. KiUuli
andT. M. Kdsall.of Um linn of K.l.ull
Bros., a license to sell spiritous, vinous,
fermented or malt, liquors in less quart
titles than one. gallon, In the precinct
aforesaid for a period of ono year, from
the Gib day of May, A. I. 1WW.
Notice is hereby glen Hint this -lltion
will be presented to the County
Court of the Slate of Oregon, for the
County of Klamath, at the court house
in the city of Klamath Kalis, on the I'.lli
day of May, A. 1. HW, at the hour of
one o'clock I. M. or as khiii tlinraltrr
as said petilion can be heard.
Dated this liltb day of March, A. I.
O.T. Anderson, I,. I.. Griffin, I. T.
Anderson, K. A. Camptcll, W. W. Kin
ley, K. W. Whetston, A. W. Kvans, J.
M. Saaser, Win. II. (iarrett, Kd Iltcx.cn
ingcamp, John S. Kurber, II. J. Ijtnii
Um, Itoss W. Kinley, W. W. Smith,
James Phillips, W. K. Sutter. It. V.
Courtright, II. I.. Anderson, C. It.
Morin. Amos l.undv. Mat larv, J. A.
Wilson. J. K Freeman. Spratt. Wells,
C. K. Herg, J. II. Ilottl. James M. rri
ren. Frank Obenchain. I- A. Hicharil
sou. (ienrve lilooiuingcainii, O. M. An-
lerson, Tom Itory. Jami-s liell, rrank
Miamley, J. A. rarker, it. u. i,
When Carrie Nation signified
her intention of attending the
hearing of the "wets" before
the bouse committee on the Dis
trict of Columbia, Chairman
Samuel R. Smith of Michigan
took the precaution of summon'
ingHwo brawny captiol police
men in case Carrie got busy
with her hatchet She did not
Senator Carter has a bill to es
tablish on the summit of the
Rocky Mountains the Glacier
National Park. This park will
include great scenic wonders of
the. American continent, being
almost the only region of large
glaciers In the Rocky Mountain.
Men who have visited this place
declare that it is one of the most
remarkable regions in America
CHANGE OF TIME
la Coaaectloa With
Satisfied with the demon
strations resulting from the ex
bauf yiff experiments made by
Lew Ogan with the clays to be
found in that region, Astoria
Capitalists have organized the
Astoria Clay Products Company,
with capita stock of $15,000
for toe purpose of manufactur
fasr all kinds of brick,, terra
lotta, pottery,, drain tile and
other day products.
KFFKCTIVE AI'KII, 10, WOK
From Klamath Falls to San Fran
cisco and all points betureu
Thrall and same.
Leave Klamath Falls 4: A.M.
Arrive at ripencers 7:30
Leave Hpencers 8 :
A rrive at Pokegama 1 1 :
Leave rokegaina,x,i.M.l I : Ifi
Arrive at Thrall 1:19 I'
Leave Thrull, a. i-. mi.
train No. 1C at 2:25
Arrive at Kan Francisco U:2H A. M.
29 hours and 28 minutes, Klamath
Falls to Kan Francisco. Train No.
13 on H. P. leave Thrall 6:fl5 p. in,
arriving at Kan Francisco 1 1 : 28 a. in ,
Klamath Falls to Portland
Leave Klamath Falls as above.
Leave Thrall, 8.P. train No. 10, 1:32
p. m.; arrive at Portland 7:6ft a. in.
27 hours and 65 minutes, Klamath
Falls to Portland.
Kan Francisco to Klamath Kails
Leave Kan Francisco at 2:20 p. m.
arrive at Thrall at 6:(H a. in!
Leave Thrall at 0:30 u. ra.; leave
Pokegama. at 9 a. in.; "arrive at
Klamath Fall at 6 p. in. Pinner
t Spencers, leaving there at 1 p. in.
Hhortest time ever, 20 hours and
40 min. Kan Francisco to Klamath
Fall. No other route doe It. This
la thecbeapeit and best way. Fare
$5, either direction between Thrall
and Klamath Fall.
Heavv Frclrfhtlnri a Spcclclty. Bnridarfc
Given Prompt Allcitllon
0. K. Transfer S Storage
Having up-to-date piano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
KENYON & THOMPSON, PKOPK1ETOKS
Sixteen inch and Iout foot wood in .any quantities.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 461
or KKK Store, Phone 174
JT 17n?T TiPW Wood Ynrd and Office
. li. riLiLilJCjR Ncnr Cty iu
Incorporated November 28, 1900
Statement of Condition
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
DKCEMIIEK 31, M07
bwnm timl DiticountM $310.n:in m
The Eldred Company
F. G. ELDRED, Manager
Saddles, Harness and Supplies
We make a specialty of first-class, jtiaranteed,
hand-made Saddles and Shaps. Our Saddles
have an established reputation.
Orders From Everywhere Solicited
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Notary I'ulilic f,r lii , .n
K. K. KEAMKS
ALEX MAltTIN, Jit.
Pioneer Bank of Klanmlli Basin
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Par
tlei. The largest and best arranged eating house
In the city. Open day and night.
Barge has Arrived
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.
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
Ulion lilwks in Mills Aihlilmn win- .'Urcil
at h.-iruain price a number of alinwl mv
torn IhmikIu; tshtct that tints nl'ii' have
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present price, ami there in cwrv n-awn
to anticipate mi ndvance in prices ltincnv
Iter tlieftu lot are FIFTY feet In ui.Itn nml
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep more than tloulilu the am f imt
town lot olFenil to inveiitorri.
W. H. DOLBEEK
Successor to B. St. George Bishop
CAPT. O. C. APPLEGATE
Office tut Fifth Street
Plumber and Steamfittcr
Klamath Falls, Orego
Strictly First-class Work
Phones: Business, 306; Residence, r,04
CIIAS. K. WOIIDKN
The American Bank and Trust Go.
A. M. WORDEN
Bennett's Feed Stable
Next to Martin's Mill
Now Open for Business
The Chute System of Feeding which permits Stock
gelling their full, has been installed
Plenty of Wagon Room
JASPER BENNETT, Proprietor
Cor. Sib and Main Strrtt
East End Meat
CRISLER & STILTS, Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork nnd Poultry
Prniilt n.4 ....... I ft. ,... ...! Umiufltri 01 U'l
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n iihiiiiiu our Q)i'Ull in mo mom in" ,m
nil wu Will " T fil
lincNH nml Biirroundlnga Try u u
Jiappy to Imvo you for n cuatoinw.