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_ hround for loan» we are reducing
. r ,
tfM uus one.
when ti.ey i„,
i «Mae frightened umi suddenly shied
Al. Ilerzog, Mr«. Frantz, Bell« loom-side, throwing Mrs. Eihmltt i
’ lark. Emma IJncolm, VlonHh phrns, out of the buggy.
Tlie fall and
Is-na Bryan, John I*. Baker, W. II v»p«vl»lly the fuel that two wheel»
A. T. latngell was In from llonan-
Puik.riMid Mr». || Hauser arrived ran over her, caused some severe
jin Klamath Full» Bunday from Etna, ! bruises, though fortunately no Ism«.»
E. N. Colson of lx«t river was in Ckl ,
route to Crater lake.
were broken, and they continued
The mull train going north on the • heir trip
thia place where the
Judge Willits went over to Ash-
N. P. II. It. was delayed on Monday services of Dr. Jleanies were obtained.
land on Nunduy.
Tho new and additional store
I so that no mall arrived at Ager for
A, !.. Hudklna leaves tomorrow Klamath county on that day, hence
"fO. T. Baldwin otf Main street Is
for McMIiivlll«. Ore.
no mall arrived at Klamatli Full» now beginning to »how up in fill(.
L. 11. Applegate was down from from t he south until I hr next morning. style. The store lias a front of 2« I
his ranch on Monday.
MI m Magllton arrived from Lake feet, and being of the Mime height
M. A. Eddy of Pokcgama was a view Bunday and the next morning, and length a» bl» large hardware <•»-
Falls visitor Natunlay.
I left for Merrill Iodo dental work. | i tabllsiiment adjoining. The»«- two
Mr. Merrill of Merrill was doing After sojourning at Merrill n short great building» combined, make the
I time, aho will return to Klamath largrat and auwl conspicuous business
business lit town Saturday.
C. II. Withrow amt family are <ii-i Fall» and open an office lu re tempo block In town. Tlie wall» now going
up are being constructed wholly of
joying an outing In tike mountains.
-rr«l atone front, ami In
Edna I. Wells and Mary L. liar* ! f We imderstaml Al. Decker and other rcs(M*cls the most attractive!
grave of Ashland were Falls visitors1
■ driver» »a the A »blond. Klamatli Fall» and Mtyll»li building in Klamath
; stage line, have accepted po»ltl<>n» county.
<L T. Connor, the genial proprietor
Mr. ami Mr». II. 11. Van Valkcn-
with the P‘»k<'i*a.i.n lumber company
«if the new hotel nt Merrill, was here
i io drive »Ix-hor»*- team» and haul burg and Ml»» Minnie Taylor started
■ Monday morning on a trip to Crater
Air. and Mrs. It A. Hopkin» de-
John II. Kock, Otto D. Kulow,! lake and tne celebrated -Huckleberry
parted Monday for their future home
Jo»<ph W. Htuntlcld, J. Wallace patch” and will be absent about
* at Ashland.
Dickey and Sheridan F. Thornton, three week».
< m Tuesday a party or about all of Kluui.ithoti, Cal,, were b«*rc on patch” so called, covers at least two
thirty, started from Bonanza for the Tuesday on their way to the Lake township«, and annually produces Ix r
llw klebrrry patch.
view land office to prove up on their riea enough tosupply the whole state of
Oregon. Every Year thousands of
Chas. Ifickett of Poe V alley made u limber claim».
people go there from southern Ore
I hu I iicss visit to Klamath Falls t In-
J. L. Vaden arrived Tucaday on' gon and northern California to pick |
fore part uf the work.
lil» return from Ashland where he!
Judge If. J, Henson left Monday met hla two aona, Virgil and Lynn, berries and enjoy camping life, and
a great many have already gone this
for several days' sojourn at his alm accompanied him to till» place. i
year, and many more will soon follow.
Spring creek resort.
They came from Loudon, Ky., ami
On Saturday J. L. Padgett wnt usj
lauit week II. L. H-gg» completed will »|wii<| Mime time visiting their
of graaa, calle«) brotnus Iner-
a large and stylish residence <si ||M. father here.
mis, grown on hl» land near Keno.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
ranch of Mr. Cantrall.
Tlie Duffy ('ompiiuy 1»getting the Mr. Padgett «ays th«- grass was sown !
Ttw stoamcr, ■•Mayflower,** mine lumber onto tlicir lota « hi Main street In May, 1901, and during the fall of
up the river from Keno with a loud preparatory to building their new that year cattle ate It off and »utiae-
»lore. It will be situated between
I uf passengers last Friday.
quently dust an Inch deep covered
, the eonrt house »nd Judge Willits*
The City marshal is building
the field. ’The crop came up this
»tore, aixl Is to lie made ready for
several new sidewalks and street
spring and la now alxiut five fret
busilb'Mt as rapidly as possit |e.
cronsings to i<r|>lacc the old ones.
high, Ntanding as thick as possible on '
C. IL Barnaby ami wife, (leo. Iliirn
and family, and Kate Clopion started terson's newspaper 1» referring to Mr. and mukes an excellent pasture after in Literature, Science and the Arts, Science and Engineer
Bryan as •■» visionary and licndy cutting.
It would make a short I
Twwelay morning fur the huckleberry
young pcraoh*’ who 1» now exposing crop after the Unit cutting on dry! ing. and Music. New buildings an 1 equipment; seven new
himself to deHsloo.
The merits of this grass
II. F. (lahmeau left yesterday for lilm with the •■WH»p, which 1» said ground.
by ranchers gen instructors; nearly 5,000'volumes added to library in 1901.
Hound lake where he hae gone to Io lx* biggrat when fiist hatched.”
Summer School with University credit; Special courses for
build an addition Io lite re»ldcl>cc
Among 11 lose who »tarlcd for the
A. L. Foster, one of the managers
of Wm. Brown.
teachers, for Law ami Medical students. Department of
| “Huckleberry mountain” on Tues
Mrs. L. O. Mills, Mias J. Ibxlwhon, day wa» the family of J. W. Branden of the Pokegama lumber company,
Education for teachers, principals and superintendents,
Mist T. Mrtkirmlck and MlasG. Me- burg, Mr. Dicken and family, Mr».
on Saturday, hls mis»lon here being
Curmlck of Kano visited tills place Stafford ami daughter, and Henry
Three students granted
to buy supplies for hls camp In the Tuition free; cost of living low.
Friday and Katnrdty.
Farrar and family. And liosta more, way of hay, oat«, potatoes, etc.
0. T. Baldwin went down to Klam probably, whose iiatma we did not Heretofore the company has rent to' .scholarships in large, eastern universities in 1901.
ath ||ot Nprlngs today to ft ice t his learn.
the railroad for «upplies and ranchers
Semi name to President or Registrar for circulars and
wife who la returning from a visit to
Mr. <*ro«», who Invested and locat in tills county have imide no effort
relatives In Jackson county.
ed In i hlseounty last spring, left Sat ur- to secure such patronage. But it is Catalogues,
I. J. Straw of the Dorna ranch, J. day for til» former Imme In lhe Willam found that better produce can be'
W. Churchill of the Fairchild ranch ette valley, where lie will sojourn bought cheaper here, and if ranchers
and J. P. Churchill of Yreka i Mere a inontli or six weeks to help dhpoue want the business they can undoubt
Klamath Falls visitors Tuesday.
of hl» prune crop.
On hl» return edly obtain it every year hereafter. and taken to the office of Drs
(>reat Bargains at Duffy Co’s.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ilutenic and here, he will Imlcavor to Induce I The camp lx a large conanmer and 11argus and Straw who found that
family and Mian Ji-sse Marple, left other Investors to accompany him. 'll« patronage I n worth having and though severely cut and bruised by
j his encounter with the fence and
Monday for Spring creek to ramp for
Ml»» Ruth Doty of Kono tnct with xhonld not I m * allowed to escape.
a neck or ten days and catch trout.
a alraiigo accident on Sunday,
Every seat In IlhUKton'K spacious wire, t her»" were no banes broken and
L. Ik Applegate ami family, ac. (ell over a dog which she did not opi-ra hotme was occupied Monday no serious Injury sustained. But it
compnnled by Mlaa Maud Baldwin notice, and struck on her head, rend- ‘ evening, the attraction licltig a pre- was a dangerous experience and one
of this place, and a party of Califor crlng her insensible, in which eon- Mentation of -The Black Flag” or that he would not desire to repeat.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
nia friends, left today for Crater ' dlllon »he n inalnnl for alsmt four •Brother Against Brother,” by krai
KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
Mnore'a Comedians are figuring on
Died, on August MU, 1901, after
' persons of Mr. and Mrs. Moore. The a lingering Illness, at the Sanitarium
presenting ••The Octoroon,” a play called.
of southern acears during slavery
at San Francisco, James T. Henley
Second-hand cooking range, dining 1
nnd <>*• <4 the hHiit hiicrendng ever striking a fence In starting Ills l ai- beginning to end, and each character of Klamath Falls, aged 47 years. 10 table and several carpets, alt nearly j
months and 20 days.
His funeral as gisid as new, for sale. Inquire at >
' about town and la recovering rapidly apparent flaw. A professional com- took pince August 10th, at San Fran this office.
Fred Houston. Ikm Melony, Frank
from hla cuts and bruises.
He re- panv could not have given an audi- cisco. w here he was buried.
Kvana, Misses Lulu and Pearl Bur-
KLAMATH FALLS, OR
purta that he will abandon the hal-' ence more pleasure. The young pc«»
The deceased was a native of
rI mi were among timer starting for
loon business for the present and de- pie showed the training of their ac- Indiana, from which state he ro
D k PABTMKNT or THE IxTERIOR.)
Caster lake and the liucklclicrry
vote exclusive attention, to other compllshed assistants and succeeded moved when about 22 years of
V kitkd S tates L and OrricK,>
patch tills week.
L akrvikw , O regon , July 1st, 1901.)
line« of entertainment.
In meeting the m<*t sanguine cxpcc- age. to Nevada,
From Nevada he
A sufficient contest affidavit having .
A son of ('apt. 8c hoff arrived here
We regret to hear ib -t the «.rec- ’*1
Mr. Moore. In the character came to Klamath county, Oregon, been filed in thia office by O. T. Ander
Tuesday from Wenatchee, Wash,
(Ion of the large and elegant building
• J**« kept the audience In a mcr- In 1883, and has resided here ever son, of Blv, Oregon, contestant, against J
lie will aakiat hla father In managing
liomestea.'l entrv No. 1763, made April !
eontemplated by the 1. O. O. F., r.v ""*•*'•
«’»ly aided in the com- j since. He was a prominent, useful 18tl>, 1893, for \V'.. of NEW, NEW of I
the at earner Alma, plying on the
«jclcty | r liabla to be p-wtponed until <81v of the evening by J. IL Jardine., #n(| popular citizen
of Klamath NEW of See. 20. and 8WW of SE»< of
lipper Klamath lake.
spring. It la to be hoped that
! county, and his death will be deeply Sec. 17, all in Township 3« 8., Range '
Strong Academic Course. Professional Training of
15 E„ by Chris Moos, contesiee, in
Dr. Straw bn Monday started for
felt and greatly regretted.
which it ’ is alleged that he left and ;
the minor of postponement la a ml»-
Marshfield Or., to make a short visit
mention Is unnecessary. The
He leaves to mourn his loss, his abandoned said entry more than six tho Highest Excellence. First-class I raining Department«
lake, as lhe project of building 1» a such
tn friends there, and from thence
crowd was highly gratified and the wife and two daughters Mrs O. 11. years ago, and ever since then lias failed 1
grand one, and cvenlually would
to reside thereon, r—1 ••,l1 ,*il" •“ “
The Demand for Trained
will go to Kan Franclsro.
efforts of the company were amply re- Harshbarger of San Francisco and side on tlie same; that
absence from I ! Well Equipped Laboratories.
a proil I able one for the lodge.
be absent about ten days.
, ' warded. With such liberal cncour- Mrs Lutle T. Calif of Washington said claim was not due from bis employ ! Teachers Exceeds the Supply.
Graduates Easily Secttre
Mcilford Mall: The bonds of ml-
ment in tlie army, navy or marine corps
A. L. Leavitt arrived home Satur inlnlutrators und cxroutura have ( ( agement. wc hope the young people j D. C. and a young son, James C. of the United States ; tiiatsaid contestee
. * ! will feel warranted to retain the ser Henley. To these and the other lias failed to improve and cultivate said Good Positions. •
day from Lakeview where tie had' '•lesUmprd now.
Formerly under j
tract as requireo by law, and that all of
‘been engaged with F. II. Mills In the; tlie wnr tax law they were exempt. vices of Mr. and Mrs. Moore and treat relatives in their affliction, the sym said failures exist at the present time,
Beautiful Location and Healthful Climate. Ex-»
prowcut Ion of some contest cases. In ammdlng lhe law congress, tlie public to another dramatic enter-1 pathies of their many friends in said parties are hereby notified to an-
Klamath county will be sincerely
penses from $120 to $150 Per Year Write for Cata*
Mr. Mills remained to tlnlsli the cases. tailed to renew the exemption, and
ing said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m.
. It la reported flint n new town the commissioner of Internal revenue risky BALLOONING. FALL INTO
ter and Receiver at the United States logue.
site Is being laid out near the mouth luta ruled that each administrator's |
Land Office in Lakeview. Oregon.
W. M. CLAYTON, President«
The said contestant having, in a
of Fall creek in Siskiyou county, ; and executor’s lx>nd requires a 30 cent
Prof. Godfrey was In re last week
At the adjourned term of the proper affidavit, tiled July 2, 1901, set
Cal., on the line of the proposed stamp, the same as other bonds.
and on Friday and Saturday evenings
forth facts which show that after due
We have received a well printed, gave interesting and largely attended County Court, held at the court diligence personal service of this notice
Klam at lion and Klamath Fulls rail
'neatly liound volume of 220 pages, entertainments at the opera house. house on Saturday, a contract was cannot be made, it is hereby ordered
and directed that such notice be given
devoted exclusively to atock brands, It was on tlie program that lie would let to Mr. Flackus to build a bridge by due and proper publication.
Dr. llcamcs reports tliat Surveyor
E. M. B battain , Register.
and designed tn corer Modoc county, also have a balloon ascension, but
Simpson's nephew accidentally allot
Hoiitheni Klamath and Lake counties when the time arrived the wind, ford. Price $660.
off the end of one of the fingers of
The court also granted a license to
and eastern Shasta and Siskiyou was considered too strong to make it
Illa right hanil last Thursday with a
Notice is hereby given that there are
counties. It Is Issued by R. L. Sloss' In the neighborhood of so many lakes,
elint gun. The gun was discharged
funds in tlie County Treasury for the
and May Llghty, proprietors of tho and the ascension was postponed un months.
redemption of tlio follow ing county war
while lie I ng loaded.
Alturas New Era, and Is a l>s»k til the evening of the next day, when
NEW TIME CARP.
rants protested on and prior to Feb. 7,
181*4. Interest on same will cease
The salmon trust, long In prospect, which every iitock man In the ter It duly came off, although the wind,
from this date: N oh . 5705, 5741,570«,
lias finally lieen consummated, the ritory ineni loneil Nlionld obtain.
still continued unfavorable. As the i
5785,5876,5885, 5000. 5753, 5704,'5850.
deal liavlng lieen closed in Portland
Capt. C. H. Schoff.
I 5505, 437«, 5«44, 5542, 5874, 5842, 5853,
The inemlsTsof the Klamath River halloor* commenced rising, it was
Saturday, when over $5,009,000 .In Irrlgution and Electric Power Com blown out of its course, throwlag the
Is now making regular semi-weekly 0028, 5tMH, 5797, 5838,5800, 5711 I, «060,
Prepares teachers for stato and county examinations. Fits young rhett
5762, 584«, 5868, 5892, flOSi1, 5744
cash was distributed among those pany held a meeting last evening for balhsinlst against a fence with such tri[>s from Klamatli Falls to Budd 5419,
505«, 5817, 5752. 5942, tW*4, 5726,
---- and women for business positions and for college.
Helling their canneries.
I tho election of directors.
The fol- violence as to bleak the top board, SDrlngs, Pelican Bay ami the Agency ,5708, 5887, 5945, 0043, 5728, 575«, 6764,
5804, 5941, «047, 5727, 4979, 57«7, 5775,
Special attention to teachers' review classes, stenography and type-writing.
Counselor Nickerson returned last 1 low ing named were elected: John S. and also throwing him against a Imi b- Lauding. Boat leaves Klamath Falls ! 5948, 5813, 6730, 5789, 5881, 5772, BOM,
1.5803, 5732, 5808, 5871, 5873,
----- 5979, 5061.
Expenses per school year of 40 weeks, 8115, 8125. $140.
week from Ft. Bidwell, Cal., where Shook, E. J. Look, J. F. (ioollcr, R. ed wire which ran above the fence.
¡5736, 5811, 5880, 5883, 5922, 599«, 5722,
returning on the following days.
be has been for several weeks on A. Kmmltt mid J. P. Hazen.
Those But the shook and the wounds re-1
5807,5374,5750,5971, («73, 5731, 5810,
Tuition per term, 86.25; board at duh house 81.75 per week, in tamltietf
account of the serious Illness of Ills well known gentlemen are men of ceived from tho wire did not prevent |
4757, 5043, 5900, «098, 5733, 5Ssl, 5594,
Budd Springs $1.09; round trip $1.75 587«, 5957, GiO«, 5737, 5798, 5747, 5870, 82.-50, $3 00. Room rent 30 cents per week.
mother who resides there, and who J ; energy, capital and business ability, him from keeping hls hold on the
1.20; round trip 2.25 5950, 6079, 5738, 580«, 5757, 5885, 6044,
The folder contains special information and the course of study.
and their election means success of parachute and balloon, which drifted
is now rapidly recovering.
Agency Land’g 2.00; iollnd trip ;'.5O IH182, 5718, 5705, 5882, 578«,
«074.0102,6112, 6125, «12«, 593«, 6078, foT It.
, (Hornevllle (N. Y.) Times! France
election of officers will bo held next ! which, when the parachute was cut
FOUND: A shyt gun.
Owner «111,6119, «075, «106, «131, 5984, HOCO,
raa. behind 8ioo,ooo,ooo last year
«168, 6173,;«018, 6194, «066, «154, 5841,
The first Let tn Opens September 9, lOOL
I loose, it and the bulluonlst fell, about 'can have Name by proving property 5844, «197.
there were deficits In Wsrmuny.
Hated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, this
r.nn feet from shore, Two limits Im-
W. T. VAN SCOY, Principal.
lion. R. A. Emmltt and wife came'500
land and moat of the other
“ ) rescue mid (1. tiraliam at stage office, Klamatli 11 th day of H.
In Anicrk’it we
ashore Falls. Oregon.
end the lineal year with a aiirplits of oil tho route mil with an incident Pi'i'f. Godfrey was brought
a io n......... ■«■*
Thomas and Deering Rakes, *
Oliver Chilled Plows,
John Deere Steel Plows
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves, ?
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas I
kets, Paints, Olis and Glass, Carpets and Lin
A. O. \J. W. BUILDING,
Clothing and Groceries.
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving
* L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
C. H. WITHROW,
STATE LAND BOARD.
FULL STOCK OF
ESTATE NORMAL SCHOOLS
ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL
A NEW SCHOOL