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illi’d Katin (lay
"f Pimm pneu- Isiurd of direct irs, joined Dm parly •■ontrolllng Die inilri’ water front st
J*' i.illy repugnant to their Idea of
inonla, aged 7«
Mr. l'oie lo t here and <*umi* biu'k part way on the F.urekH. Ni-goDutlons tiavo al«o In en
goml taste and refinement.
eati’d In Khiihtii numty in Du* early hiKpi’.'lloii tour. Kugln i
billar la inaile Willi th'i ISiiiohue rnad, now
^K í L a Y. NOVEMBER.«'
IMim lift les mid w n ,
So tiny started on their return to
well known and well now out hi Die Jenny creek scct.lmi. runtilng fr>>ni Tlburon t<, I'klaii,
town. Koon after they had recovered
m ahon !•
funeral and interment J. A. Mi’t'all, L. W. Viri Horn and wie ri liy mi cxtcnsloii mav Violi Is*
D>‘ lr equanimity, which had been
iMAIH l"l»..’. 8" IT * ' ’» * ')
tiHik plni ■ In Yreka.
W. J. Wiswls will leave Ashland to. ciiiiipl<’ti’i| to Eurek i for running dlsturlH'd tiy the crawling reptiles,
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Duffy's large I’atalugmi, issued last morrow Io join him, wli"U Die survey Santa Fe cars to tlial plai ”. Surveys Dny were delighted by the appear-
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week, Will I..’ followed n. xt week by will lieglli.
. llUVe Is i’li lately milde for Die exteii- anee of a small animal that was gain-
an Inliiii ”,Dni’ supplement contiilnlng I Each week we receive lelfcrs asking sinn of Die Ismohue road «to mlh's '«oilrig among the rocks.
w AM* III I lll'Ot Nil I H
A i () o K
Mi • t
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1» full MTount of hl. fine Stock of Indi for samples of Die ItKl'i'iif.icvN and .■ i J hivc Cklali, for Die constructIon
"••'H Ih ’»'M l'«<|
“What a sweet, little kittle?" ex
giH-ls ,,t ¡in iDmi,,, , ..nfw Duni.ry. II,qlllrltlg about Dll- prosp.i Is of Dlls "f Wlilt Ii Du* AngloA allf'.rnl.i Iciuk claimed Cousin Jemlmah.
in Mi.i.«l »laihlilMt * Hh
hull • alWfl' • to
Th<*y com«* from holtls *1,(HM>,(MK> In «s row, thus and white a pretty white Ht reak
1 st i j. M i al hii town and county.
» Al M< F 11*1
mixlli.ii v hti.ti a iti „( illslmice west Washington, (iregoii, California and ri’.’wiilng wltliln llo mllei of Eureka down Its back. Cute, ain't it, < 'tiaw-
t I l<oll> It Ito. h »
«if Ills main e.Jaldiiiimeiil,
I lie middle east and from people seek Ilie Santa I■•• will Mnm l>e rimning ley?” Then site twittered.
A <» I
Informal Ion with a view of re- triiliii Into Kan I T iiik ’I mo from Its
Dmlng tin f.. iii,iii game nt Ash
“By the shades of llawvard, It's a
|f i h
i ri* V il I * I
new Kan deneed ly clever cat, eh?” added
Having ln-ard aboiit Die muh liern route via the
.,'.7.Ihr AI II« lisll.'■>" I ih I’I hoi
witIi this ('ousln ( haw ley.
InpM’d mid pleclplf.ifiil I ,n |Hllp|<. to ¡ulvnnf.igi’s and natural reMiiirces of Joaquín Valley road, and
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const road can bullt! a nori hern road
“1 want to take It to town and
. Bl* lUl'lH*)) Ilo I“ -I I"
Into this give it some milk, cousin, for it must
Hull many wi n* m t badly hurt or railroad ami other Improvemi nla and ««verland by Imlldlng u road
A l> I UIV» ». W M
•■viii killed, Lui lui’kily only om* per growth, tln-y conli'iiiplate coming ••ounty and jolnlng Die propoM’d mw la* hungry, way out here all alone,”
j w hiams *«. a* • "“(* ■
son win Injured .i young lady, wlio In-re Io [s rMiii.dlv Investigate, and road from Klamathon I to Klamath draw li-d out Jemlmah in her bewltch-
tlii s.’ who come will lint fail to be Falls, (>r., th«*nc«! into Kistern (»re- Ingly sympathetic vein.
siiHtaliied u ipr.ilnid ankle.
O K M
gon for a junetion of Du’ Ofgon
'I lii’ii Cousin t haw ley approached
JI.HIV • e ■ > I
Baker < Ii mitlmrlDes lire working favorulily liiipns.id and make liivest-
Lim* at Huntington or some the animal to gather it In his arms,
........... . MV..'.'ó;ii'."n.4H...vv M
otliir |Hiinl In Kistern Oregon or exclaiming, as he stooped to pick it
S’l'IIIH to line t.ikiu
ri»it In Ihiit There 1s no doubt I hat the eomhig
up, “How its tail grows bushy!”
town. T’lie liH'al phv jclaoH Itavi* noi year will see a big Influx of new set- Idaho.”
town ami county
A Mcond later in- dropped the
-1 i hi io ii ii . 1.1. agreed us tu the
HHIInlU-l Hi’i'l - ’-vt
Ii not, look in at our
n.itili.- of III" <lls-
A I NIQl I. BOSTON I RIO.
s.* u. ”
i are on Du- eve of an unprecedented
“kittie,” and the two devoted
nt id a tn
•« rtin>D al
and select from a »
mmr •••<» • ■
7 '' I*
U « m
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!*(« «< liltm rvx-rr hud . i «) . cuniil un i i. ilgid un .isiiri-H luti e I h ’ cii
nice, clean stock.
util!*} in » ««'li multili
Tin-needs of Klamath county, and ber the exact dale a rich and elder and hurried to their headquarters in
adopted and sirl.’t pn > .lutimi exer-
A M j ( M h \\ ► i I
-|M Hl* Al. I III IK H Hill I H clM’il.
wliat she •■xpets to show In a year ly Boston widow, wltli lier daughter town, coining via the back alleys. It
. «i h imititi!,
Trom date, viz : Haw and grist mills, ami nephew, miulc a tour of tin- wi*st did not take long for news of Die in
■< «-tul Hulula». I‘u» ’Vail* > ,
Klameih I •»
cident to leak out, ami it waa this ex
iair4 * i-,*u>
HI \ J W i H \ IG. I*a«lut
lowing noti of c.intinti from tin* tail fa< lories and wtsilen factories, and came to Klamath county to m - c
periem-e that cut short the stay of
lllixli'iis lii'.flr i . f ..II,. nf Iler pupils:
distinguishi'd trio in Klamath
“!'• it M' ■ d.i i. i push Jolmy for mi
mucli <.f Ins lu uns h hlti-lbs’k eii- vain. AI mi tanneries, packing J ioum - s ous mountain air. Tin* two cousins
•piirre Is t" I h ’ a ni a* pleiadi' Ixill ill tlri’lv and I do not desire this. So and Is-et sugar factories; an linmensc were ardently devoted to each other
tin’ iipT.i h'liin b.iilglit.
plea .* huid him li.u k mi as to keep Ids paper mill, that wIII make a cord of and frequent ly showed DleillM’lves to
I m * elmiiips by exhibiting the iritirmi-
Chas. Woodard, of Keno, was here
Hold mlnln/ mti ri it» arc bistmlng li,t< Hu fruin Hihi;’ bigger Dian Ills lir w ' ihh I wortli f3..’o into tl*>o worth
I hh I v and Inj ■ .tin,- him fur life."
' ,l1' * ttajr«.
wldi’li will convey water from tin* liralncd eolleglati’s Die variety of
R. W. Bcaeli left last evening for
tslil nut I ni.tig J. 11. Whitman up|H r lake to Die vast tracts of valley college-iircd liidividuals who feign
ClirWnt" Will I" here III less tn tn
home at Ashland.
f.Hir *o’k« t'lrn wr.'ks from in it w it up frum Midfi id Saturday mäk land sixty-live feet lie low, thereby knowledge and make’wild stalls at
(Tiastinc, of Bonanza, Sun-
ln,* art H.’ri: . nt', t r Dir shipment of doubling Die crops and the value of winning distinction by l<s>king wise,
A daiigliter «as Isirti t" Mr. mid
eai Ii acre. Au i llnally, and in order in which role tiny are the more suc
of I «orris Ranch,
Mr*, ( li i* lb I’land at this place on
to tiring to Klamath county all tin m - cessful If they can manage to k«*ep
licnetlts, we want a railroad to fur Dieir mouths shut and say nothing.
J. F. King, a horse dealer of Mer-
tim. T. Baldwin expects to have •iw os I hr t,*lu IV. and will'll expas'ls nish m<-a:ih to take tlie cattle and Tills. Jemlmah and Charley tried to
to du an rift ■ iih I vi ’ I hih I ikmi tills Win-
hi» tie» ■*•' rr building n .idy to •*•
crops ami th«* prudwtions of the mills <lo, but they ofttm Dioughtlessly rill, was at thi* place Monday.
ter tn sldppln, Du* I.ili to Ashland and manufactories to market. Tills wagged their jaws and delivered ges
• up_v next m utIi.
J. A. Rice, of Roseburg, registered
Inventory shows that Klamath county ticulations Diat ptmetured Die decep at Die Hotel Linkville Sunday.
Ashland md M-lfird f-.Diill
(•reat iiuiii I h • of turkeys, goes«* wants much, but it Is no more Dian tion and laid !>arc the modicum of gray
players were t h i“ a gam ’ at tin*
Fred Konzack. of Little Klamath
chlckens ari belli;; Immolateli to- slit* wIII get.
matter that floated around in their Lake, visited this point Saturday.
lslkrpl*’ I -I.“
d i tu i-r.it if. Inni .|| palai . and n«!«l
Thi* H .i'l l.
.1(1 n ..v getting I h
Amos Willits. fattier of Judge
Frank J. I>i :m, constable of Mer
Joys ot 111 ih . a.litl. Tilt '•’•
Jemimali was far from handsome or
in preparili;.; Du n il
place, died at bls
rill, was in Klamath Falls Tuesday.
Imllilaj s are prolialily tlot
Sh<* was lean and
fur next )• u ■ • i ••
I k . uh In Aslil.ind last Thursday morn
Rev. Fish, Methodist preacher at
forward tu witli gre ti pie.«lire
ghastly cadaverous. Iler neck was as
Mr. and 'f'i J S (Irr r' J .I nur
Klamath, was in town yester-
• by Du f.iw I k Imi. 'I liouglits
long as that of a pelican and she had
Judge Willits attended the funeral,
tin- at’iv.d ■ f I ir. I , In .oDiv Mill,
- | h ii u p' rllv siiat' lied from
a habit of toting her load along on
which tiHik place on Friday. The
t>>m Mond.“ ttie JlDi Inst.
Kxi Dennis and wife, nf Pelican
> d.sp ili tied, isH.ked and
one side. <m her hiHiked hum 1 she
fidlowing concerning the d<*eeaM’d ap-
K |l. .bo. n I ■ L Dui Wort,mi ti di
.itI d I h o' t I h ’ very cheering.
carried a wart as lug as an onion set, Bay, were Klamath Fails visitors
p ired tti adispiteh to the Oregonian
grn’» Til- - iiv m.;lii Tii.it lodgi
It rial of H. J. « I'Brlvn, “Il tin Lid: ••Alms Willits died in am! In r hands, though strang«*rs to Tuesday.
in** lia* l i
- it. I I ii la iglil
E. E. Fitch, the popular hotel man
- lol..I HolTman In tin- face a tills city today In his sjil year. Mr. work an«l well cared for, were huge
priapei'^nf r.,i.l toni d growth.
• ks .i.’o. ri siiltwl In another Wlillts w : ih a native nf Indiana and 'and tmny and hxikcd more like the of Bly, was here Sunday, accom
Preaching at the M K church,
• in. ot of Die jury, and the wiih one of the piunet'is of Iowa, claws of an orang-outang than tile panied by his wife.
«KlUth. I“ »I Villi IV morning and
s In' ii I .nt lull' d and M't for where lie engaged In farming for phalanges of a human being. Incon
Dan Van Brimmer, a wealthy
evening ly i
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I itili- reading
I lie .lune s- «ion uf circuit many years. In 1H73 lie came to sistent wltli her MH-ial rank, being a rancher of Merrill, was in town Sat
and pr.i“ r mu “•■•■ < very Thursday
The . s ’ was given Into the Ashland with his family and has re inemlier of tin* Boston elite, but con urday, acconipanied by his wife.
evening at 7 p. in.
• f tin jury last Thursday sided lu re ever since, an honunsl and sistent with tile balance of Iter phy
D. A. Presley, of Bly. waa here
sique. In r feet resembled a couple of till* week, having stopped on his way
and l elng mi itile to reai’Ii a respected cltl/iti.
Jia. Nu<|i’ f, nr
Ills wife d list
-, v. rdn t were dismissed by al i'iit two years i;-o at an adv.incisi flat! mats.
dulgnl in a runa • iv
home from Jacksonville, where he
But these little imperfections did
noon, wni kin; i wagon which caught
ago. A miii uf the deceased, I F. not less”U tin* admiration of Cousin went to attend circuit court.
oil a trlcpli'.ni |. : Dial luip|M’ned tu
District Attorney Watson, who waa
I.amli rd Kiernan of the Hotel Willits, is county judge of Klamath Charley, for he wore smoked eye-
oi«truci th lr i mir*
The Only. First Class Hotel in Merrill.
l.lnkvlilt i and li.’.i tieen for several county, and another mui . J. y. Wil- glass, s, and lieakUs. was inordinately here several weeks attending to busi
NIirrilT Kershner collii ti*d mid week* crowd'd with patrons. And Ills, Is sc I khi I superintendent of Lake
nearsighted. Anyway, she had at-
tumuliti *.T|7 " delinquent tan- Itils is m t surprising, for in* has Die county. 'I tn* funeral will take place
tended “VawM*r,” which fact, to Sit unlay for his home at Aahland.
to Woven ■
b .ai■<i s. ’.i i i happy faculty of making Ills guests In re tomorrow afternoon."
Mrs. A. Hammond. E. M. Ham New Building, New Furniture.
gether with her thousand-dollar nf
estate f,>r t.u, i
Klamath county tn nt home; hr feeds
t belli luxuriously
and John Colwell, of Merrill,
This Is Tlianksgivlng day and the f«*ctation, was enough to clinch ili*
Free Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
the aiiioinu ,.f < ’m, t.
mid gi ncrously ami provides them occasion for family reunions, big esteem.
were Klamath Falls visitors yester
in fi irt * and luxuries feasts mill expressions of gratitude
Yesterday w m l up the la.it jury with r<»-n s. •••.
Best of Accommodations.
Cousin Chawley was a sweet cap day, leaving for home this morning.
trial fur t . , .• ,
( wltli a smicltudr and honpltallty Dial for div Im* favor during tin* pa.it year.
D. G. Rn>wn and son. Gilbert, and
sule. His head was like a sh«*ep's.
Give us a call when in Merrill,
•nd tin' i
h ,)| pr.iti.ihiv adjourn
would honor a prince of the realm. While some things Io regret have
though it contained less, and nis cars Charles Silvers, of Crystal, were in
Rates, $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Board and lodging by th*
who once visit the probably happened to every one
.IS;.... I l. .11 ,.f .1 Hence, tli
were pjitterneil after thoMi of a mas Klamath Falls Tuesday. Mr. Brown,
l.lnkvllli* ) fully go again, stay wltli witliin the twelve month* ju.it dosed,
few uilimr in it t ri v t r>*;n »Inin f.
Week or Month,
culine mule, only they were longer, senior, is the post master at Crystal.
Thanksglv In i M*rvlcrs were lo I«* pleasure and depart wltli regret, In all have doubtless iiecn favored In lie was tiie re verse from being lank
W. W. Warren, of Red Bluff, I>. Notary Public and Real Estate Office in Hotel.
told this murnlng at it o ' c I. h k In tin* brief. I«’ is mu-of Die best landlords many respects and have ample reason and scrawny, lie was fat, lardy W. Presley, of Bly. and J. L. Padgett,
Presbyterian cliurcb, Die reading of Southern Or ’“it has ever seen, mid fur thankfnlness. Times have ts'en and lundy-legged, and w hen he a merchant of Keno, were among
the pru lamm .on by Judgi^ B'liMin we liopi- his rel ’ll over Die l.lnkvllli* mor«* prosperous than for several de- walked along his adipose veneer tlioM* registered at the Hotel Link
•nd Hie dih, . irw< |r> |tl.v J. W. will be long and prosperous.
rail, * .and nowhere is then* forced sloshed lip and down like a tank of ville Monday.
Tlir Dunsmuir News says: Nickels hlleurss caused by a lack of something whale blubber, 11 is ham-like feet
I.on Burke and wife. A. D. Harpold
Ijiki’ilcw I “imitier; ( )|( Friday have I h . ii at a premium In Dunsmuir to do. Money has I m * cu circulating doubtless accounted for Ids brevity in and wife. II. J. Crissman. W.C. Car
LlSlis «¡erli. i I ||, K lauial Ii st ink since Sunday last. During the slop plentifully, mills and factories have height.
He was a “llawvard" lock and ('lias. Hoagland, all from
toyer. pm. hsd fn mi Ih ry f"id here of Die northlxiiind passenger I h cn running witli increa.Mil forces, student, and when tin* fact was men Bonanza, have been here this week,
hr<* , I,f I akri |, H _ | UH head nf fine train Sunday morning a “smooth" agriculturist* and stiM’kmcn have tioned among strangers in his pres most of them to attend circuit court.
toef rattle ,m,| ....... ,s. I'. Mi»» Too straiig' r “worked" Die slot machines liven rewarded by ready markets and ence by Ids proud, but well-meaning,
Geo. Ager, of Ager, Cal., L. Ger
prime iimtt„n h|h’,ip.
I at tin* Mt. Shasta Hotel, Gcikey high prices, laborers have found aunt, his idde would swell up as
lier. of Langell Valley, Jno. W. and
Jrekson ci,imty Is S Hill Io I k * llriw. ’ I ami Coleman A Wagoner's plenty of i mploy nient at gissl wages, though lie were undergoing a hypo Frank Cox. of Medfonl. S. II. Reach,
.tnated to a bicycle path on an ex saloons tn the tune of alunit $10. :md everywhere on the American dermic Injection of hot air. prepara of Naylox. and R. W. Beach, of Ash
A \ < committee
nililillt ti’ii of
<»f live Just h< uw the trick was done Is a continent trade and Industry have I tory to going up, a la balloon.
land. were guests of the Hotel Link-1
•HI tuip rliilend the work mid I'acli mvsterv to Di'' chagrined proprietors shown markdl Improvement, l*ii not
Well, tills trio of Boston freaks ville l.’ist Friday.
d With ’ 100, .111 Ii win. Ii Ilf Dll' nickel depi'sltorles. but it only t hrs" form alaindant ground fur sln- landed in Klamath Falls one bright
Attorneys Geo. S. Nickerson and J. 1
tiMik the fellow alMillt fifteen minutes cere grat It uric?
«"■«rente his dliDrs.
summer morning for a week's so- W. Ilamaker leave next Saturday for
The suit of E. K. Fitch n gainst joiirn, but they didn't stay that long. Salem, where they go to argue Ivefore
An iible-isHllcd “Oregon mist” to Induce Die three mnehincH to
• »rted In Sim lav night and kept • •cough up” most of their contcnU«. Sheriff Kershner and A. I». I litrpold Their visit was chopped off short by the supreme court the case of Jones
Call And See US.
Tlie min nd hi nid Io D i < i train with to recover a sawmill. attached at Die
l*Kk’liig away mit II things were
something that happened the point ,-s. Adams, appealed from the circuit
Inst an,..... . 1 lie latter, ami damages of of our story, if it lias a point, which
l»'''ly tlioroughly soaked. The ronds
th' slut machines In Oregon or Wash- ♦ ’ i OO, was commenced Iwfore a jury in readers will run up against presently. court of this county.
ri "pi'i.niy .HT, citd am) ramie great
Rev. DierdortT and family departed
tin* circuit court Monday mid was
In less than twenty-four hours yesterday for their future home at
Vr. ka .Journal : A oat mail curiosity concluded last evening, the verdict nfier anchoring here, tin* young gos Hillsboro, On*., where they go in
*"lng to di,, si’ii re storm In th*
'"‘"htili.i and till* ronseqin lit fallen for this ,r;i. n of Die year can he iH'ing that tin* property should lie re- lings aged 18 and 20 years respect quest of improved health. The best
and I,a,| r()l|(|H
Ashland seen ilt Sam White's orchard on stored to Fltch, but without tliini- ively became ambitious for a stroll wishes of all accompany them. They
* • due In r,. i .trlv In Die morning, Klanint Ii river, near Walket I’. ()., It ages. As we learn, tills case grew up Die liver to the rushing waterfalls were taken to Ager by Liveryman
Third Door West of Postoffice,
arrive until about live o'clock being a large pear tree tn full bloom, from ¡i number of previous transac and examine the rin ks and crags, and Hazen.
n f afternoon, yesterday.
S. IL Reeves. Win. Forsyth, A. KUAMzVTII FALI^S, Oregon.
heavy as In the spring time. A plum of Die mill, which is liwated at Kono logical lore by Die fruits of personal
C. O. Ramsey, Dr. O. B.
It' ittl complaints In rr-
tn e In Judge Beard's garden, Yreka, Springs, to Ross llulllliims. It seems research. Accordingly. Cousin Je-
D. Naylor, Ned Orson, all
.strips or dll.ipl-
The ladies of Klamath Falls anti vicinity are cordially invited to
"»'«1 sidewalk on Main *1 reel. Illis also had buds mid blosaoms dur Dial lie paid $W0 on tlie property and inimali and Cousin Chawley started from Medford, and J. S. Bailey, of
call and examine our tine assortment of millinery, consisting of
’2'r *h<>"1'1 •••■ ' -,
....... .... to
Shake and six others whose names we
They hadn't gone far. however, did not learn, stopped at Klamath
■»«'"st accidents that might cost In cation that Hie wcathei of Siskiyou ii. During such time, (iullllains ls>-
Is not verv cold for the hist week in emne Indelited to A. D. llarpold for until their geology was interrupted
Falls Tuesday evening am! the next
many times Die amount
November, else Hitch blossoms would between ♦700 and ♦800. Will'll tn.* by forced attention to the more ani
"«’t'ksary to fix ......
morning left for Lakeview, where
'The former quit the mill, Die latter I h >- mated study of zisilogy. No mxiner
have been killed by frost.
they go to tile on some timber claims
down In torrents present fall season, however, lias been gim suit and attached Die property.
and a great variety of other furnishing gixids, such as L adies '
had Cousin Chawley picked up an old,
and C uildhkn ' s T ndkhwkah , H ose . etc. Those accuatomed
*'tohl, the wind blew mid rut her mild, with conslderable more Then, as (iullllains had only made a battered liorseslioe and exclaimed, secured in this county. They were
to send to other towns for their millinery goods are respectfully
Si"'. ,'v,'r*'"""K that wasn't
accompanied as far as this place by
warm rains than nattai, alt hough part Ini payment In securing Die mill. ••Cousin Jemimali, a specimen of the
requested to see our llats, Trimmings, etc., tie fore purchasing
«ral act’q";'""1 .....w' ""« rP'"- much snow lias fallen on the high Filch instituted proceedings to re cull mui lierous age, I declare shall E. Carter, of Ashland, promoter of
elsewhere. We guarantee to furnish as stylish, attractive and
“up to date" millinery as can be bought in any city and at aa
',ry »nseii|nlv mid alto- mountains.
That Is Die action just take it liaek to fair llawvard's splen
low prices. New gixids received every week. Call and examine.
Monday's Attillanti Tidings con-
Rev. W. II. Dierdorff and wife take
Tin* following railroad news, pub tured. elucidating
tains Die latest news to date relative
this method of bidding farewell to
•'f th1 'i". ''
to the movements of Hie Oregon
the Klamath Falls people. We de
w"rl)l "f Midland's promoters and surveyors. from Die San Francisco Examiner, than Cousin Jemlmah screamed at
•Itii h lSM 1,4,1 “ hunting contesi, It is tliis: L. W. Van Horn returned liears considerable significance in con the unexpected appearance of myriads sire to express our gratitude for the
kindness that has ever been shown to
f i '^^"I'that a great, mm.... .
yesterday morning from a reccnnols- nection with the proposed railroad of snakes scattered along the path
and we have nothing in onr
JY1'1"’ quails, pheasants, etc.,
sauce of tin* proposed route of the building through this county: “It Is ahead of them. Though the harm
hut good will toward all. We
Mi/T. u tl,rlr »'hecks. The nggre- Oregon Midland railroad.
David reported by the S. F. Examiner that
hope some day in the future to re
«‘Vne tilled a conspicuous place
Horn and Engineer Schiller accom the Santa Fe It. R. bus made a deal
visit our friends here and that wc
ln 11 h|K feast.
panied him from Klamathon to Klam wiih Edgar and Albert Vance for the tal profundity, the two cousins re may be. able to travel on the new
extremities, railway. R ev . W. II. DiBRDonrr
Messrs. Baldwin and purchase of the Klamath railway in versed their pedal
miles in length, thoughts of snakeology being cs- ami F amily .
House o,, ||)(, jsisk I your, Moore, tin’ Klamath nnml'ets of Die Huuiltokll county,
Felt Boots, etc., etc.
L F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
Moat. E- Hutchison, Prop?,
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For Our Fall
The Latest Styles of Ladies' and Children's Hats, Caps, Hoods,
Fascinators, Jackets, Golf and other Capes.
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