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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1901)
se, keis i • .i.Hig fur farina and rami ».
A h a mailer <1 (.,< t flicre I h rm.ro
lite, I iiKlm . ami mutuatimi In Kltim-
•‘Uh I'. i II m tlimi |h inany placai of
doublé m tliree tini*'» II» site.
Stukel <>f Merrill Is In town today.
T. V. Hall of Lakeview was liete
There was a dance
The proprietorMilp of thè Merrill
st age i wlll iteli Monday U< tritnu-
ferret! br A. I.. Iludklim to Win.
Mr. iludkins ' x | h < | h to
remove to lh<> Willamette valley.
We I m air that Merrill I n rapidly
Improving and dial alining tlMnu* win,
wlll pm up m w btilldingH Ihls M ISOII
'' tta»t : ■■ it
Henry Wallin and Henry Anderson
found, l’iof .1, F, Diller, the
nicnl g< I .gu.f, und party,
gaged In exploration work
1 hl* summer.
The town of VerhiiilleH,
which wiiM nearly <1 '»tr*>ycd by fire
<>n July util, lathe home of David
Hctzler, who In sojourning here.
The tire wiped mil five buslm»,
blocks mid thirty-live roddem-ea, In
volving a I ooh of Imlf a million dol
lar» und reiideihig limnelcss and p*n
ii II cks over it hundred people.
M A. l.lvlilffHbth of Merrill wun at
H,Is place last Thurailiiy.
Attorney I'alklns, otllclal court r>
I,In |i Motnycr of Klamath Agency
|H>rt< r for this judicial district, de
VlNltcd I bla place Ttmrwday.
A heavy fall <>f rain yesterday laid parted jrekterduy 1 oil I i I m rei urn Io
|*r, C K. Wing of M rrlll I* build the dust ami refreshed mankind. Ahlilaud. Mr. Calkins removid to
Ing « new rraldi'ttce ut I hut pine, I : llnylii;-. now m arly llnlshcd, was not Ahbl.ind last F< brimry from Mimic
W. F. McCollum of Krim wan in damaged. I o gardens mid crops gen- (»du, and is a gentleman of brains
«I.mimh l'all» "t* biiNlneaa Monday. < rally lhe inuisliire Is very acceptable Integrity and alLiLle manner* and
' uml I h - im II, lai.
one whom It 1» a pleasure to meet.
K. IL Hmiun. K. K. Weekly mid
In lippoint lug their official j
Fzl. HlierwiMid arrived lu re Saturduy.
i see, ai ling <» justice of lhe | h * hco , af rapliiT. the court» could uM
dur Botuinu» eorrvapmtdviwe ui
ter a preliminary hearing, Imuild over made a wiser hclectlon.
riusi C>o late for publlcm loll t< duy.
I'aptaln N-lioff has cmmiiem ed t|i|n
It. If H ilton on a charge of assalili
\ s. Merrill mid J. P. Armstrong wiili a dun ( >us weu|Miti <> ii Joe Ko*' week running the Ktcamboat between
af Merrill were Falla visitor* Satur sal. bail bring Used nt *25n.
Klamath I alls. Pelican Bay and In
The boat Mill
Pr*if. Godfrey la advert im *<I to gli. termediate |M,lut h .
j<Jm Bradley, the |N>piiUr mer Ills b.illiHXi UM'eilsloll here next Sallir- make two tri|m each way, per week,
vhmt **f Lurclla, was lu town on day mid have a N|M*einl|ty show In vlx: i » ii Mondais mid 'l'hunwlxys
lhe *>[» i.i I ioi . mi I mi H i Friday mid Kat-1 from Klamath Falla to peiic.in |;4y,
Mrs. I’ L. F'mintnln arrived liome urday evinings.
dance will follow and on Tmodiiys and Frida) s from
♦pelican Bay to Klamath I alls,
Iasi Friday from tier mouth’s visit ul elicli evcnln,•*'« eiitei talnilirnt.
t'uilcr the preaeiit management,
Wlm th* Illg K1.linaih Kt<amlioal
Frank lirnndon mid wife and moth Ims paNwd tliroiigli tin* repairing. | pa«cngera will tlnd a trip safe and
er of Merrill wer< visiting In Ashland renovating mid Improv Ing hands of enjivablc.
The conference betwrrn rcpr.-M-ul-
Capi. sclioff. h*' will doubi| i - ji have a
mid employer* failed t<>
Fsili* r Relil of Scuttle was here number »f e«cnr»iima mi the lake,
i tiuflr dlffcrenc«*» and the breach bc-
Molid-V cn vou!v •»'"»»c
jX<en them In wider than ever.
G. T. • oniu r I» rrwtlng < q.■ Mee'
Both aide» proclahu their determina
Agnes C. Norman of Klamath hold at M.Trill, It will I m * finished (
to light to a tlnlah. < »I tier lines
Agency wua » Klamatli Falla visitor and furnish**1 in gissl style and will '
I h k I i I ck the steel Worker* promise to
I m - kept In .i way that will make it ,
I m * Involved, und tlie consequent
Henry Jackson of Yainax was In |s*piil ir among the traveling public, hardship* will indirectly
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
fall on the
Klanmlli Falls on business the fore it v.HI cnniaiii twenty-two rumn:«.
Innocent middle rlasseH,- • the trades-
It 1» reported dv Justice of the men, professional men, et al.
|sirl of the week.
Geo. Dicken and son mid tliclr two IVace O'Brlvti of Dairy th.it < barb s rh'li cmplnycrs will lx» lh<- least real
fsmlllcHarrived home Saturday from Liskey of Sum, Like win« arreatAI ' i sufferera.
| July Joili. for iim • ii.lt and battery on
their visit to Ashland.
i»ii Monday the Thomson-Dig;’*
Joint UerhngN of tins place has old Mr. Mlers, ami plcud guilty UK ' <’**., an agricultural Implement house
charg' d, and was lined *50 mid e<«ts.
lr*-a anpolnt*-*! Io sneered N. II.
Highest standard in the State. Two hundred courses
A g*'iii l*'iii in tr im Klam.itlion tells of Saeraiiiciilo, mtarhid Hie sl*s k < f
Wright as forcat ranger.
Careick A Grigsby for $1,988.51.
iu> thut Hi*' s lung of grade stakes on H li.il precipitated this step was lhe in Literature, Science ami the Arts, Science and Engineer
l>. G. Bn>wn and wife nt Crystal
Hie prop«»'I nillioad line between dlsappcaram e <>n Saturday of Mr. A.
returned lust week from a «lull to
Now buildings and equipment; seven new
that pise* and tills, I* praneedlng u» ' D. Carrick mid the unsat Isfac’ory ing, and Music.
friends In Nan Franciacvs
diligently ti» could I m * expected, It h condition *>f the Arm's I m oks. Gen-
instructors; marly 5,000 volumes added to library in 1901.
Mi»* Wilhoit arrived from Ager
to I m * Imped ih.it grading wlll Moon eral regret Is felt for Mr. B. S. Grlgs-
last week to visit the family of CiimUK'll.'e.
by, who recently bought an interest Summer School with University credit; Special courses for
Marl**n Imtig of Round lake.
Alex Mart In Sr. who tins been here with Mr. Carrick, mid who is made
teachers, for Law ami lledieal students. Department of
Win. Lee arrived lust Friday from
several months a 11 *•! id I ng l*i liusln<'»s an Innocent loser, Later: Mr. C.ir-
Noutlii-rn California to visit tils
liit<-r* »1», *|v|i.iit *1 Tin»lay for Id» rli k returned Monday.
Education for teachers, principals and superintendents,
pur*•nt», Mr. and Mrs. J. I’. Lee.
home at Oakland. Cal.
H* was ac
Prutmte court was in s sslon Mon Tuition free; cost of living low.
Three students granted
Mr. Krr of Texas arrived here companied by bis daughter, Mrs.
day. The will of James Owen, late
T ucm I. iv to InvestIgutc this county Aekln, mid her daughter, vvhu were
of Round Grove, was proven, and the scholarships in large eastern universities in 1901.
with a view of buying a shirk rum'll. returning to their home nt Fn-nno,
c urt ordered the executors, on peti
The lialliMin aM-rnslon which was Cal.
Semi name to President or Registrar for circulars and
tion of James 11. Owen, one of the
advertised to come off on Friday und
N. K. Martin of Hie firm of Martin heirs, to pay to the widow $30 each catalogues.
Naturday, wlll take place on Satur A Son. proprietors of tlie flouring mootli for ln*r support during the
mills at Merrill and Klamath Fall*, year. In the matter of tlx* estate of
The town board h.wl Ha regular was in town I.i»t week,
lie stated W. II. Mills, d> aea.s*i1, F. I’. Tub
niomlily iiicrilng Monday evening, tlw mill at Merrill vus Io I k * com- Ington look a voluntary non-suit on
(■rest Bargains at Duffy Co’».
liit transacted no hualmtM worthy of plvtcly rdltlisl wiili new steam his petition for the removal of the •BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER”
macldncry •» ..»in us It ari Ivisi, and administrator, and the petition was
AY Houston's opera house on Mon
consequently dismissed with costs. day evening. August 12th.
E If. Ilaaaa. a stock man of Ivoug- tliat It was <>n lhe way.
lis cuuiity, was here yeaterday to
lion. II. A. Euimltt of Keno was
I. N. Shook of Ashland arrived
look after 700 he id of rattle which a Kiainatli Falls visitor Tuesday. here Sunday. tu.... mpanlcd by his the direction of and assisted by I'red
I k -I i . ik on Klamath Marsh.
II* reports that lie spent s> vend days eoiinln, Win. R. Glasgow, of Ripley Metre anil Pearl Ethier Mo re will
After three days of dlalsdlcally hot at Piiki'gama List week mid from comity, Indian.i. They were met at present the beautiful 5-set, sensa
weather, we ha*, on Tueaday after- <vh.it b< »aw and heard feels nt>i>o- Illis place by John S. Shook who con tional comedy-drama, entitled "The
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
ii'sin a cisil and comfortable breexi* lutelysitreHi.it work will commence veyed them to tlie Mg ranch of Shook Black Flag” or "Brother Against
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
within a few weeks *>n the railroad Brvs. near Dairy. Mr. Glasgow Is a Brother," a story nf English prison
iiik I a refreshing sprinkle of rain.
banker ami wholesale merchant life. The play abounds with strong
W. E. Conner and D. L, Minkler I which Is l<> t ip this country.
He Is favorably Impressed with this dramatic scenes, funny situations and
of Ashland arrived livre Monday and
expect Io visit W ish ) river resorts nouncin'.'the falling condition of J. county and may decide to invest and
Second-hand cooking range, dining
piece. table and several carpets, all nearly
lie and Shook Bros, running throughout the
*nd Crater lake on their return T. Henley in a hospital al Kan Fran- locale here.
ClM'O, li.» ■.••it, Jamie, departed for cxpis t to visit Crater lake and the Great care and attention are being as good as new, for sale.
Wood river scenic and ple.isure re- paid to every detail and our young
Dr. Woody, a Baptist minister of
people are working hard and earnest
KLAMATH FALLS, OR
Portland, will hold services In tlie Is slight chance of bls rn-overy Is rirtsln tlie near future.
to make each individual part and
1'rcsbytcrlan church on Friday even- great• v regretted by tin- many friends
There is an Interesting two-column the play in general a success.
D kpaktmkxt or tub I nterior ,)
article In Friday's Portland Telegram cast consists of such well known peo
•’»g, August 23, mid conlluuc over of the family In Ibis county.
E xiteii S tates I.. vxd OrricE,'-
LvKr.visw, O rkc . on , July 1st, 11X11.1
The pr.•;*“•■ I new wii.tnn mad on devoted to Eastern Oregon ami writ ple us M i s. Galarneau, Miss Maud
A sufficient contest affidavit having
Flic weather of the post week has the mountain hading west from ten hy Paul DeLancy, w ho former y E. Baldwin, Miss Ruby Hatton, G. l>een tileil in this office by O. T. Ander
been the hottest of the year, though |*ok' ;ama h.is been survey* <1 and its lived at Lakeview and Is somewhat V. Hatton, Fred Houston. IL 1’. son, of Bly, Oregon, contestant, against
entrv No. 1763, made April
Klamath, Galarneau. C. 1. Roberts, Carey home.-tea'i
It fulls far short of reselling the In- cinwtruction will soon l»c provided known In Klamath Falls.
1 ill. iv;, for VV'.of NE'4. NK1
tensity experic......din the Rast und for. The ro.td will have a length of Lake, Harney, Malheur and Cmoi’ i Itamsby. J. Il Jardine.
With the NE’^o.'Nec. 20, and NW4 of SE'4 of
his I ,’bove east we may lie e assured of a See. 17, all in Tow nship 36 N., Range
II) mill*« hi Klamath county and 5) counties
Strong Academic Course. Professional Training oí
1.5 E., by Chris Moos, contestes, in
The Im- <l< script Ion, and It“ justly gives them go,id performance. ’ Tickets on sale which it is alleged that lie left anil I
At the meeting of the school miles In Jacks'll comity.
abandoned said entry more than six the Highest Excellence. First-class Training Department/
board Monday, Win. Lulike w.ia re-j provemeiil will greatly facilitate credit of embracing tho nrist natural at Chitwood's drug store.
years ago, and ever since then Iota failed
elected jauilor, mid l.lj cords id travel.
to reside thereon, and still (ails to re
The Demand for Trained
'of any part of the state.
-Say. Bill! Are you going to the side on the same; tliat Ids alisence from Well Equipped Laboratories.
*'««l, bought of Win. A. Brown,
David Hei/lcr and family of Ver-
show on Monday evening?
Graduates Easily Secure
sallies, Ohio, arrived lure a few
ment in the army, navy or marine corps Teachers Exceeds the Supply.
publishing the entire article, which, show?" “Why. the Klamath Falls *•(
the United Niâtes; tiiatsaid contestée
frank Miner, Dave Haugh mid Mr. weeks ago from I’.it.».ideiin, Cal.,
however, we will do If |>osstble later Dramatic Co. Is going to play •The lias (aile I to improve and cultivate said Good Positions.
M* lluioii and families started Mon lire guests of tile f.lllilly of II. L.
' or •Brother Against tract ns required bv law, and that all of
said failures exist at the present time,
day for I’hiH'nlx, Arlxonn, where they Boggs, of whom they are old friends. i
Beautiful Location and Healthful Climate.■.
! Are said parties are hereby notified to ap
Ashland Record: The survey of Brother.’” ‘•You don't say
"HI hen-eforth reside.
We wish Mr. llelzler is looking over the
you going?” “Well, 1 should smile.” pear, respond and offer evidence touch penses from $130 to $150 Per Year. Write ÍQr Cata-'
county With a view of Investing later the proposed new railroad from near
them good hick.
ing said allegation st 10 o’clock a. m.
of **Who are you going to take?” on September 7, 1901, before the Regis
The arrival this week of many six- on mul 1» thus far very favorably Ini-' Klamathon up the south side
Klamath river, crossing near Fall "There isonli one girl in this world ter and Receiver ut the United States
b"rs*. t rains of heavily loaded wagons pressed.
“I guess I’ll take my best Lmd Office in Lakeview. Oregon.
W. M. CLAYTON, President/
The said contestant, having, in a
Indicates that the world Ison the
Rev. .1. I'. Tout of Ashland arrived
crew Is divided Into a viewing crew girl, too," ••Well, let us go and get proner affidavit, tiled July 2, 1901, set j
•'»me and that merchants are lining her*- Kaiurday iifterniMm and preached
forth facts which show that after due;
• and a grade stake laying crew, and our tickets." They are on sale now diligence
personal service of this notice
"P with new goods.
In tlie I'resbyterlmi church Sunday
the latter have tills week reached at Chitwood's drugstore.
cannot lie made, it is hereby ordered
IlcgnnllcM of what official recognl- morning and In the M. E. church a point near the logging camp.
directed that such notice be given
R iln or shine, Chester Halton will mid
by due and prop, r publication.
•l<»n In* may meet., Admiral Schley Is Sunday and Mondsy evenings.
Harvey Lindley has gone cast ami It make a leap for life on Monday even
E. 51. B rattain , Register.
h<l<l deserving by Um masses of the ! sermons denlt with the tem|wrnncv
Is presumed Ills mission Is oil tills ing next. Carey Itamsby will furnish
• riilii of | he command during the 'question mid were listened to by business.
People In a position to the “pair of shoots.” This import
• large audiences, lie left for Ashlmid
Nmtiago naval battle.
know say that construction work ant, event will take place between
Notice in hereby given that there are
I ho case of Brown vs. Brown was Tuesday morning.
will begin very soon and that the DulTv's Emporium ami Lake Lamina. funds in the Comity Treasury for tlie
redemption ef tho follow ing county war
J. V. Houston who went several road will be completed from Klam-
,'1"’ 1,1 ..........
court last Tlmrs-
The exact spot will be Houston's rants protested on ami prior to Feb. 7, '
‘•»7 und Friday, and |Mmtpoiu>d until weeks ago In Nan
! .q|)(,n to the llmbei belt t inside of opera house.
Buy your tickets at 1894. Interest on same will ceave
Nos. 57U5, 5741,571'4»,
tigtist 271 h for argument,
n few months.
Gbit wood's drug store.
. ' F * » . f
5785, 5876, 5835, 561X1, 675»,
. will he glad I" heart greatly linprov-
•"ijiiurnod mu II today.
5874. 5842, 6853,
I Ing In health, as Is reported by a let
GRACE M. E. CHURCH.
CO28, 5651, 5797. 5838, 5860 , 6711, 6060,
Mr-ami Mrs. R. a . Hopkins cx-
land flu* lirsl of the coining week.
Prepares teachers for state and county examinations. Fits! young med
5119,5762, 5846, -----
lie Is ill the
P” l to depart the fore part of next ter received yeelerdav.
Next Sunday. August It: Sunday 5656. 5817. 5752, 5942, 6004,
Willi the corn crop bordering on n
5756, and women for business positions and for college.
*"'*• for Ashlmid where they will
failure, corn pudding is apt Io be- school al 10 a. in. Sermon at 8 p. 5768, 5887, 5945, 6043, 5728, 5758, 5764.
^"le and where Mr. llopkina wlll ful care of physicians and attendants . | come In the Middle East what it al- m., on ••God's Assurance to Abra- 5861, 5941.6047 , 5727, 4979, 5767, 5775,
Special attention to teachers'review classes, stenography and fypc-wrltirtg.
5948, 5813, 5730, 5789.
he will soon I...... . the road to recov I ways is in Oregon a luxury.
•"¡uh hi the public schoola.
6803, 5732, 5808, 5871,
Expenses per school year of 40 weeks, Iliff, 112a. 1140.
ery. Ills w If«’ is alHO " dll him.
5735, 5811, 5880, 5883,
1 here 1» a|rciu|y a »how of Interest
Ashland Tidings: ('apt. and Mrs.’ I The Iwiard of school directors
Tuition per term, $6.25; board at club house 11.75 per week, Iff famllictf
Mlwv Magillon, dentist, will beat
district No. 1 adopted the new series ■
•1757, 5043, 5900, 6098,
nioiinty politics, and there promises
A. D. Helman. Mr. und Mrs. ,ra of school books adopted by the sc I iih .I Merrill August 12 io perform pro 5876, 5957, 6106, 5737, 571W, m-w, 5870, 12.50, 13 00. Booth rent 50 cents per week.
" " no dearth of candidates when:
—• text l*(ok commission
lake effect fessional services.
Hendrix mid .............
Mis. J. Wagner
Those want Ing 5956, 6071», 5738, 5806, 5757, 588.5, 5044,
The folder contains special Information and Die course of study.- Write?
*' •hue of holding nomliiatlng con-L eil to Ashlmid Mmiday evening, from al beginning of school year,
dental work done should call on her. 6082, 5718, 5765, 5882, 5780, 5918,
6074. <>102, 6112, 6125, 6126, 51138, GOTH, for it.
ballon* cornea next spring.
W. T. Sliivcu recently purchased
a ten days’ camping trip to Crater
Owner 6111,6119, (075, 6105, 6131, 51181, (illtV,
FOUND: A shot gun.
JTIus town this week Ims hern full lake. They tarried a day nt. the of W. T. Constant and wife of Cort
6168, 6173,;601S, 0194, 6066, 6 IM, 5M1,
The tind teim open* September 9, lflof.-
•ll.iwiecn attendhig court, tourlsts famous fishing resort, Pelican bay, I Klamath. 160 acres of land, at the run have name by proving property 5814, 6197.
price of $2-100.
Also ho bought of and paying for this ad. Apply to C.
Dated nt Klamath Fidla, Oregon, this
W. T. VAN SCOY, Principal.
w|'ig nl(l cnuirtjy, tlinlwr mcn. and returned from Crater lake by Mr. Cronemiller and wile 80 acres at
11th day of July, 1901.
"""log lliubcr. camper* Itvlng In' way of Klanmfh Fall«. At tlu* lake.
‘■!'tv and cnicltlng ' ilslj, uU(| homv- where there is yet, muti» mww I» be lot ; A Urn I hlam.Uh, pi i ■' S200.
.^Thomas and Deering Rakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
JohrK Deere Steel Plows
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware,¿nd Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas
% Clothing and Groceries
kets, P§Jnts, Oils and Glass, Carpets and Lin
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
BALDWIN, Hardware Dealer,
New Stock Now Arriving.-
A. O. V. W. BUILDING,
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON.
THE BRICK STORE.
C. II. WITHROW,
FULL STOCK OF
STATE LAND BOARD.
ESTATE NORMAL SCHOOL^
ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL
A NEW SCHOOL