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,■ m a.
»lay» bet ween malls and people did
not venture far from home, but wall
L. A Obcticbain went to Sprague ii?
ed patiently or Impatiently for tin*
r on buslm sx luxt. Monday.
thawing warmth of spring to lift the
blockade. *1 I k * lock-up commenced
1 h<* UnlU-d Stales marshal was here
Novcmk r 1 andcontinued until April Saturday to serve subpoenas on the *1*
I. But the hard<*st winter within following persons to appear in Port- 4*
. the memory of the oldest Inhabitant land at this term of U. K. Court on
WM that of 1876-1880. No y»-ar th'- K<*»- m - i > i -. uu -: Hugh (.lopton,
equaled It In hardship« and I»*» of (»liver llumaker, Alexander Bradburn
live stock. Another severe winter ■mi Walker, Jack Lowderlnugh and i
wax I hut of 1874. At no other time» Kip Van lllper. They all left last
have cominunlciitlon and dealings Monday for that city.
with th»- outside world been seriously
('lopton'» store arid I. O. O. F. hall
Interrupted. I »ually snow disappears are m arly llnlslicd, and Mr. Clopton
aa quickly aa It comes and, compared will move Into it noon. Ax soon as he '
to most countrleo, th»* weather 1» very vacati-x his present place, Bud Oben-1 4*
mild. Aside from the three seaMon» chain will open a saloon In It.
mentioned, there have I m *<* u what are
A “Shingle S's-fal" will lie given •;*
called o | m n winters during the past by the Sunday school next Friday '
thirty years, and there is no llkelih'xsl night.
i that the rxfM-riencj* of eleven years
Dm Drl »»JI and ( lauric Chastain
ago will ever lie repeated or approach- •ir - attending Mr.Clopton’s store dur-
'iil In »wVtrlty.
urn i" i’ 'Hund.
D.n inza Lodge, I. O. O. F. will
Slk»*s Worden, who has lieen In this
county thirty years, tells us that there tiaveelection of new officers a week
were two Indians, <me now dead and from next Saturday evening.
tin* other xtill living on hl» ranch at
Winter clotl-ing at Duffy'a.
and Yalnax, who, In their palmy days,
far outstripped all oihers In the skill
TI k * marriage referred to In the fol
of hunting anil trapping. Among lowing paragraph, appearing in laut
either Indians or white hunters, they a ••••ks Lakeview Examiner, took place
never have had any peers In the county. it the residence of II. T. Chitwood In
Their names, Pedro an»! Hunter Wil Klamath Falls last Friday, Bev.
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son, an* familiar especially to old set Stockwell officiating:
tlers. They were widely known as
GJ. ('. JI. Dalrymple, the attorney,
wagons from Ager, with gouda etc, will I m * 130 feet apart ami 12 feet crack »hots and a» adepts In finding left for Klamath Falla last Tuesday
for the merchants and oth'-r». On above t I m * ground. It will take sever wild game. But with all their »kill on an Important errand. To-night
WrsliK winy lx-si irtcil for \ger again al week» to complete the work, and ami daring In bear-hunting, their ef he will claim aa bi« bride Misa Elion
TIH'ItMiAY, NOVEMBER I». hai to bring In another cargo.
when done will be a very desirable forts never reeult Ing In failure, they Cunningham of Fort Klamath, daugh
had many hair-lifting experiences ter of ('apt. Cunningham. The wed
II. II \ ail \ alkenluirg hi» tills week
with tlie long-clawed buggers of the ding ceremony will take place at the
added a large, highly art 1stIcease, the
II. E. Ankeny and »on who were nt
R. W. Marple left f«r Ager on Mon* work of Mr. Gurlirr, to hl. jewrlrry thl» place for several day», departed * forest ami many narrow escap»*» from home of the bride'a slater. Mrs. Hamp
store. Thu», Ills establishment keeps for the railroad Sunday. While here ls*lngdevour»*d. However, their valor ton Chitwood at Klamath Falla. Up
never left them when In close quar on their return to Lakeview, the
(fo, (»fllrld of vienili was In town on growing in metropolitan appear- they knight flow lien s of land of R. K.
Moore, U m * comdderallon being • !.’» ters with a nuge and hungry bear, happy couple will proceed to Warner,
where C'Jomd Dalrymple will teach
A recent rmd from C. L. r.’.rrlhh, per acre. Mr. Cantrall, son-in-law of
I. 1». Appl'g-ite wa* doing buslm-s»
. II. E. Ankeny, n-malm-d until Tues guns could not lx* used, they whipped school tills winter. He will not give
out their knives and overpowered the up hi» law office in Lakeview, but will
and family are comfortably loratrfl day to cl<*c hl» deal with Judge Smith
Henry Ammerman went over to
ferocious animals In a hand to hand make frequent
and well mid happy In their Portland
Ashland last week.
tight. Wilson wasa better marksman attend to legal matters. The bride Is
home: 'llii, will I«-ipaal news to their t.unont. W<-understand Mr Cantrall
August lllelin l>*ft f<>r Ashland on many warm friend» here.
will remove lien* wltldn a few weeks than Pedro, while the latter surpassed said tobe a charming young woman
i In the ability of an observer—that Is, of many accomplishments. The Ex
Tuesday evening’» stage.
Judge Jlcnwii ami daughter depart
' to hunt out and locate the retreats of aminer wishes the happy couple much
J. It C Tsvlorof Klamath Agency ed on Tuesday < venlng's stage for
('. S. Bunting of Bly wax a Klamath
big game. They were not only well-
vm here last ThurwUy.
Ashland. Tin- Judge w ill v(sit Grant» Fall» visitor Thursday last and paid known as hunters, but bore high rep M'*
A am »a» l»itn to Mr. and Mrs. II. Pa»», Roacburg ar t Portland before tills office a friendly call. Mr. Bunt
Blanket-lined clothing at Duffy's.
utations for friendship to the whites
L H"gv-» last TI hihm I. iv .
returning. Ml»» Gall will remain in ing Is a large dealer In live stock, and freipiently acted ax guldra for the
luivIng recently sold a herd for 17,300.
Circuit oMirt adjourned Tuesday to Kaleui where six- will attend school.
latter, and their services were parti
[Ashland Tidings, Nov. 8.J
meet again on the 30th Inst.
Tim l<akcvn*w Examiner cstlniatca lie rejoined over the re-election of cularly sought after and considered
the 8 year old daughter
J. D Haywml of l’un valley was that the m 1< » of cattlr In 1 akc county
valuable by the soldiers when they
b>s,kkeeper of the
this M-aaoti w III amount to ♦teO.om)
doing business In town on Monday.
were stationed at Fort Klamath.
Lumbering Co., *
Neither of the two hunters took part
K. H. Gardner uf Fort Klamath wa»J and tigurc» sleep sales at • 150,000.
continuance of republicanism. Evi In the Modoc war, each refusing to was drowned Tuesday afternoon in
tpkaasiit caller st lIds offi< .*TI iuim U v . It approiim.it' s the sale of mule» mid
dently. Inats of others had come to break ills friendly ties with the whites. the Klamath river, through falling
Ous Melbas, "f Fort Klamath favor horse» for the year I non nt •23.000.
into the stream from the logs and be
'he mime »lee conclusion.
Wilson was a Klamath Indian and
Four years ago the four muntlea of
sd this ufficr with a call last Friday.
ing drawn beneath them by the rapid
lived on Williamson river wh»*rc he
Ret. I. G. Knott» departed on
ing In demmid and advancing In value. died about three years ago at the age current. She, together wlthberolder
Monday morning s»t.,gi* for laikrvlcw. k-lng lake, Jackson, J< -seplilnc, mid As a matter of fact, every piece of
sister and Iwu friends, was standing
of 63. Pedro whose partial blind
Klamath, ca* *i gave a plurality lor
on the legs when the joint broke,
lUlward Frvur and wit of p<»* val
llryun. At the late election each re land sold at advanced figures add» to ness compelled hhu to abandon hunt throwing them In the water. The
ley new Klamath Falls vhdlota Mun-
ing some years ago, lives In comfort
versed tlx- record, nil giving large
a further fact, that the man who buy» able circumstances on his ranch at sister got out of the water and gave
pluralities for McKinley.
now at prices greatly In cxcees of what nt Coucowkam and is alwuit 60 years the alarm and the two friends, daugh-
Mr» Klrrnan and Isiby went laat
Th'- cbx of the st ite is. Jack Har
week to Yreka, Cal., to visit her par bin, w ho A charged w i! h unlawful sale they were sis months or a year ago, old. He is one of the survivors of !■ rs of P. Linn, aged respectively 12
1» wry likely to make on his Invest the Molla liand and became blended and 14 were rescued by Mr. Kerwin,
of liquor, was given two trials before
who plunged into the wnterand found
Cksriea Kiernan went to <».varile, the circuit court here during the past ment double what was made by the with the Klamnths by marriage as a the two girls holding each other
sequel to periodic visits to tbut tribe
Cal. last week to attend M*h<»>l at week, tile jury III eai II trial Iwlug un one
across a log, submerged to their necks
Islxiund to continue going up.
I In his youth.
able to agree on a verdict. A» a coti-
in the water. The ho ly of Genevieve
Ashland Record: It Is believed
.Mackintoshes at Duffy’s.
F. 8. L» slrv of Fort Klamath »us M'qilcnec the r;i*e was continued over
Brown has not been disco voted though
that tin* California A Northwestern
In Klamath Falls Monday and ealhd the term.
diligent search has been made for her.
•t till» sanctum.
As the gangof logs is a very large one
One stranger who recently lauded nillriNid, with terminus In Humboldt
The Ashland Record of last week It is doubtful If the body will be re-
Rolwrt Garr. lt, proprietor of the at this place, I. »■ well pleased with county, 1» prewiring to reach South
Ashluid Klam.itli Calls stag»* line, this climate mid country lint lie ern Oregon. Very important land gives Hie following In reference to covered soon.
wishes lie had mmehere sooner. Ha sales along Klanrith Biver have re the game law:
Call early for your photos, Titne
cently lieen made In the Interest of
••l-ast Thursday the killing of deer
Horn to Mr. and Mm. Wat Peln»»n pnq»«< a to mii'iiur ami send for Ills
our stay Is limited.
this company. Among the purchasers and the catching of trout ofallspecies
•d but iciirr, on Thursday of last neighbors to participate with him III
Mu. and Mus. O. B abcbuer .
are U. C. Smith of Minneapolis, l».m>o
the enjoyin'ills of life here.
•wk. a daughter.
close season, and those who pcisist in
Mens »10 Wool Suitsat Duffy's.
acres, the Vance Mill A Lumber Co., continuing the sport may figure on
J im * Moon* who was so nearly killed
The One weather lately, and eopccl-
Successors to ALEX MARTIN & CO.
(A. B. Hammond oft*. A N. W.) 7000 the penalty of tlu* law In the event
by bring kicked by n kmeu few weeks
•Uy this w,,-k. ,
acres, and Mr. Stone of Arcata 3,0001 they an* caught. No more deer can
better In t'allfonda.
ago that bis life was despaired of, Ims
be killed In Oregon until the 15th of
10 a. m., Sabbath School.
next July, and trout of all species are
Minning t,shy the Ashland stage so far recovered from Ids tough exper-
11 a m., Preaching.
In the partition suit of hefrN of
ln»e»herr »• i t day at 3 p. m. lush .id lence, Hint he Is up mid around, mid
p. in.. Endeavor.
This kin extends to salmon trout as
will noon tic nil right i fain, llianum- W in. I*. Miller against tile grantee of well as to all other specie*. Sports
#f 11>. ni. a» heretofore.
7:30 p. m., Union temperance
Gen. John I*'. Miller, Involving nearly man, however, still have various kinds
to hear It.
A wit wherein Daisy WllllaitM asks crons friends rejoh <•
Several pr< inlnent capitalists from 10,000 seres In this county, decree of game to fall back upon. Quail can
A < • »r ial invitation to ail services.
wadlvorrr from Marvin WHIluma
i was entered Monday, comtlrmlng the I m * shot until the 15th of this month,
•a» Died hi th.* circuit court Tm-mlay. ubroad are livre with i the view of In- report of referees J. F. Adams, It. F. and grouse and prairie chickens un Rubbers at Duffy's.
Mxreus Daly, the Montana mllllim- vesting In hind or other business. Van Brimmer and Geo, T. Baldwin, til December 1. Jacksnipe can tic
li?..1"*.1 i*'ll,h*11 “iitagonlst of W. A. Among them are: <' ' N. Armstrong setting aside to plnntltfs the Wisid shot until Febiuary Land duck, geese
and swan until the 15th of next
of Sail Antonio, Texas ; S. P. Simp
3 "rk on Monday.
son of Nan Diego, Cal. and Messrs. II. lllver ranch and 2,000 acres off the Man’ll.”
I’blrict Att<,rncy Heatncx who was
west of the ranch below town. An
It lx cheering to note that the law
E. amt F. E. Ankeny, mid II. E. Can
•‘«aiding circuit court nt this
all sorts, sixes and denomina
••*rl«»t week, returned to Jack»» >n- trail of Jacksonville, Or.
gentlemen cuuqsidng the commission tions of trout against lieing eaught.
Lakevclw Examiner: Almost the i to divide the land, since neither side
,llle on Monday.
We have felt especially danger ous to
bund of uoo line Merino bucks, opposed their report.
J"hn Janus,.,! ,,f
trout and an* glad that the strong
near Heppner, were poisoned by lick
A good Stock ol Hardware. Good goods
fmtn town, brought us on Frl-
Bev. Father Donnelly of Ashland, arm of the law would reach out and
ing n certain mini ralaulistsince which
. •» f» « big »|H <*liiienxof thepai.snlps
at very reasonable prices. Not blacksmith
who frequent visits to Klainuth
* appears on the rucks throughout the county have made him very popular lit the event we wetR .tishiug and
Heppner country, when the sun comes
stipplies alone, but Everything generally
caught something bealdes It cold and
’•«»ry Villard, who did much to
out just lifter n heavy rain. This with people here, has lieen given a
Pmin.it.* railway liuprovemcnts In aulaitiincr Is very polsottousand makes now charge, according to the follow the disposition to dls»*h rgv volleys of
kept in a Hardware Store, such as Shovels,
died at his home In New quick woik of Its victims.
ing paragraph taken from Monday's
Forks, Hoes, Spades, Mops, Brooms,
nocence and virtue gliding playfully TIM BEU LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1 878,
Fred Adams returned last Thurs Tidings: Rev. Edward Donnelly re along under four or ten feet of water,
Tinware, Sheetiron ware, Carpenters*
notice for publication .
*• A. Verrlll.
K w ,,, ........ *• ^’l'ilio Verrlll anil day from Merrill, mar which place he turned from Portland, Saturday, and it is delightfully insplri'i'j to I«* kept
and Hechanics’ Tools, Powder Shot,
U nited S tates L and Ornca,
"Mher*rTl'1,f !',,rnl‘r””k' Cal” *r' had just tlnlsbed the construction of preached his farewell sermon to his from doing what one has never lieen
parishioners at thechurehof the Holy
Lakeview, Oregon, Sept. 10, 1900.
from r ■
l,l”,r w,,.v home n big barn for Mike Hartley. The
Shells and Wads.
able to do. In regard to our partlcu- [ Notice 1» hereby given that in com
bail lltilsh- barn measures ukiut loo feet square Rosary, Sunday, at High Mass, Tlx*
pliance with I he provisions of the act of
reverend gentleman, who Is n great
Congress ol June 3, 1878, entitled “An
their timlier claims.
mid Is one of the biggest and beat
would seem unnecessary to throw the act Kir tlie saleof timlier Inmls in the
•he hl,1111'k gr""111 ,,f
»round buildings of the kind In the county.
.*•1111011 of California, Oregon, Nevada,
has been transferred by Archbishop cloak of legal pmtection around the ami
Washington Territory,’1 as extend
J|lh! bCl"W ’<’w,‘ wére Mr“«’ Mr. Adams fully merits Ills reputa
Uhristle to C imis and Curry Counties,
all the Public kind States by
I'lunnnV in “"Cl 'h'‘ h’aPlnK
tion ns a first class workman.
with headquarters at Marshfield, and and welcome the requirement as joy- act of August 4, 1892, J. C. Weiss,
Fort Klamath, County of Klamath,
It Is reported that the Bogue river left for the scene of bls new Inlmrs fullyly and shall obey It as easily as of
State of Oregon, has this day tiled in
Hllrr"unding country for valley dms not supply Its homo de
this evening. BeV. J. M. Hickey, of though it were an edict rest raining us this office his sworn statement No. 277,
mand for potatoes, but depends on St. Ann's church, at Grant’s Pass, ! from llshlng or swimming In the fortlie purchase of the XW4 of Section
No. 27, in Township No. 32 S., Runge
”•w- importations from the Willamette has been appointed by the archbishop 'cannls (or irrigating ditches) of Mars. No. 7ls E. and will offer proof to show*
that the land sought is more valuable
‘l"1 » 111,. I ' ll"e 1 ,le "P*ra *'"•*■*» country. The Hogue river sect Ion has to succeed Rev. Edward Donnelly In
HacKintoshes at Duffy’s.
for its tlmberor stone Ilian for agricultu-
"P -upper al the the soil and could doubtless procure the pastorale of tile Holy Rosary and
nil purposes, mid to establish his claim
the seed ami hence there Is no ap will move to Ashland at an early date.
to said land txdore the Register ami Re-
Want eggs of unquestionable char-' Both makers and circulators of
of Ibis office ut Lakeview*, Or., on i
11,1 enjoyable parently good reason why It should
counterfeits commit fraud. Honest
We are told that for over thirty I Following are the totals taken from iieiver
acter at Duffy’s.
men will not deceive you into buying
not raise potatoes and other suks'im- years there have been only three ex the official count of Klamath county's ¡1900, He names as witnesses: W. T.
^rJnL'u1’’ G- M' ’r,"'U'l't>r, T.
worthless counterfeits of DeWltt'a
tlal and profitable crops.
ceptions to the ruleof “open winters”
Witch Hazel Salve. The original Is
Grille arn‘ a l,“r'"',,"rK <>» J» k-
O, P. Gatos of Hillsboro, Or., Is 111 In this country, Eleven years ago ing four electors for each presidential II. Briggs, n( Grants Puss, Oregon ; Chas. and not leave a scar. It can I k * ap Infallible for curing piles, injuries,
*‘M<Jr?i’er° M,’"d«y'n’'l>«rge town for the purpose of putting In took place I he last severe wntter, when candidate: McKinley electors 127,- Kappler, of Klainathon, California. I plied to cut anil raw surfaces with eczema and skin diseases. J. L. P adw
Any «ini all |H*rsons claiming adversely prompt and smithing effect. Use It gktt A S oks , Keno.
lr*ll. ti .
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now lights for tile Light mid Water travel was made next to Impossible , 128,428.424; Bryan electors 318,324- the
above-described lands are requested
piles and skin diseases. Beware of
^Tuiiyhft "n th0lr re,Ur" Co. The six an' lights will lie ex- by mountains of snow, and when, ¡323,318; Woolley electors 8,10,9,3; to
tile their claims in this office on or for
worthiest» counterfeits, J. L. P ad -
When you want prompt acting little
changed for fid IncamleaCent lights,
iiktt A Suits, Kctio,
nilla that never gripe use I»eWltt’»
4 trilli*1'''r Urr*v, d ”” Tuesday each of 21 candle power. New cedar numbers of cattle, horses and other
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Little Early Risers. J.L. P adomtt *
Overcoats at Duffy's,
Rubbers at Duffy’s,
S uns , Kvtio,
poles will be ¡'ill in and th.* new lights stuck perished. Tlicro were thirty
Blanket-line^ drilling at Duffy’s.
OUR SPECIAL SALE
Of Hen’s Wool Suits for $10
is a Great Success. Lots of
people are taking advantage of
this Great Reduction on good
Winter Clothing. ",These suits
are worth $12, $14 and $15;
going at ten dollars for this
I. A. DUFFY.
Clothing and Groceries.
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
Fall Stock Now Arriving.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor. %
“THE BRICK STORE
Klamath Falls, Oregon
We carry a full line, of
BOOTS, SHOES and RUB
REAMES & JENNINGS,
Klamath Falls, Or
Air Tight Heaters, Stove Pipe and
A. D. CARRICK
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