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•Mr h'r,|y...... if Fort Klauiutli nt-
rlvid In iv yvNtcnfay (■■ nic on claim»
nt Ibe buy rt-mrve which la fa lng
• • H, Withrow awl family return
ed yckierdHy from their outing to
Pelican Imy and vielnlty. They I um I
« J<dlv good ¡hi..... amping and tlsli-
ing mid return well pliiiiwd with
robbery ofu . s . mail
'I hi- Klamath Fulls and Ag'-r
which left lu re Tuesday evening was
local news .
held up shout 9 o'clock yesterday
morning by 11 lorn- robber wh> n near
Bogus poslofficv, 8 miles tills side Of
prrl| Cslkiits of Hrawlck visited
Tlios. Doo«, the driver, and
here Mat unlay.
Geo. Frame were the only persons on
w (I, Weaver of llonanra was
board. The rolifa-r, wh<w identity
was hidden by a bl tin musk, suddenly
Wia. I'null of Ashland arrived
came from out of file i I i - iim - growth
here la»t Timradny.
A I longhut county man rorrntly of brush along I lie road, and with re
W N. City "f Nnohomlsh, Wash.,, found In a creek ni-ar Drain u t<«»th viilver In hand ordered tin- driver to
ineaaurhig ;j inchv» wide, « I ik I ivh (blowout the express I m > x anti mall
was s" arrival ber"
K. W. Kilgore, shs'kman of la«l ■I'vp iiih I 3| Inchra liroml, and weigh bags. 'Tills fa-ing done, lie shoulder
big -'I |Miiind»,
Age» ago It did ed tin- s|Hii| and retreated by tin-
Hver, *«» bi town yesterday.
route lie came. It waa a quick Job.
j II. Houston arrived homo Kat- M*rvlce In the jaw» of a miiHtiMlon,
In a dlspulr nt |||y on Tuesday, u Neither the driver nor Frame had
unlay from a flying trip to A»hl.iml.
W.C. Dalton of Tide lake was a man nmui'il Anderson wmm »•vvrvly any meana of defence against tin- re
Klamath Falls violtor last Thursday, cut by n man w I iom * name we did not volver which stared them In tin- fan-,
hear. Mr. Anderson came hem yiw- and hail only to obey the order to
.lolin H. Kfawik was In from his
lenlay, and had hl» wound» attended stand and deliver. As miou us pomd--
Dairy ranch several day» laal week.
to by Br. ILirgus.
tile they drove to whore they could
Hot wealiier ha» ruined the prune
the alarm, and Ina couple of
F II. Mill» arrived home Nuturduy ‘
crop around Jeff«'’**». Marlon county.
from L.ikeiiew where he had I m * i ii hours Mr. McNaughton, the owner
Tlx*. BI khi ' s child has Iiren
priMi utlng noun* l ontest caaca. IB- of (lie singe Hue, hud u party on the
rvlvliig imHlieal treatment bere
waa oiTiHtipanii d by |i. ||. Yeager, ground to hunt down th - highway-
I w *
one of ill,, *|tnr»wa, who returned mail. It Is reported that neither the
express fan nor mall bags contained
Now la an appropriate time
to hl» I ioiiii * ut Pokeguina.
money or anything of value, and If so
Haw owing us <>n » u I mci
Ilrli i- MiCoraiick waa throw n over a
large wlii-i I in the mwiii III near Keno the robfa-r reaped a p<s>r harvest, and
Fell* Green of la»k<
)v»leid,iy amt received Rome wvere If caught, a» Is likely, will «ml more
registered al the Hotel
bruise» on hl» lii’.id, neck and »hould- trouble ahead than protit.
•*t». Fortunately no bone» were hrok-
Al. Lund of Ats-nlccn, Wash., has en. Dr. Iteunie» waa railed.
< hie day last spring a prince ill
been a guest at Hotel Llnkvlllo the
Dally p.T|Mr» report, that C. M.
i llajr» ha» ri-»ignvd the presidency of dlsgulM- under tin- name of Taylor,
Klmer Applegate and wife <lrpart the Nouthern Pacltlc railroad com- drop|xx| into Kinmath Fall» and
ed this morning for an outing ■t puny. It 1» conjectured that tin* iiimoiinicd that lie find come for the
Noiilhern Pai ltlc mid Union I’m llle purpoM* of building up a perm incut
liuhlness as n I mmi I blacker, liouw
MI m Pauline Meyers of Ian An will now I m - placed under one execu
garden maker, ami general
¡fries stop|M-<l here Nal unUy on her tive bead.
A. O. V. W. BUILDINC,
adept and expert In all kinds of work.
Tin* steamer, Alma, hud an ai*-
• ay to Illy.
As a token of such gissl Intention lie
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
W. A. Wright nod family and rldent ,i few mllea from Klamath erected at a prominent corner on
Miss Mac Wonlen left yesterday f<>r Fall» .Mmulay, lequlring until Tm*»- Main street, a chair of state whereon
the laikc of live Wisah to enjoy un day noon to make repairs and get It to sent hl« victims while lie blacked
ready fur o|M t.iti in ugnili, fanne-
their sti>M-M. lie reiiialin-d a week,
in tin* engine broke and It
It Is reported that Dr. ('firiaholm i
Isirrqwcd what change he could and
then, taking wltli him a well Ailed
of Gold Hill will mm m remove here
A ell l/i-n ha» made a very
whiskey skin, broke ground early
and open an office.
Iiighust standard in the State. Two hundred courses
suggiMlon io .........
that Klam ■ me Sunday morning in the direction
There were religious scrvires and
ath Fall» »In.old liave n course of of Lakeview. lie left tile chair lie
in Literature, Science ami the Arts, Science ami Engineer
s lM»k>'t dinner in Taylor's grove ■ Hl
lecture» during tin* coming winter. built, and II stands to lliin day
Let river Sunday.
Thl» would afford boll* pleasure and
ing, ami Music. New buildings and equipment; seven new
Iter. J. W. Craig rrqiicsla ua to profit, and »bould the move I m * made where he planted It, u monument to
auntaince that he will prra<h al Il ought tu ni'-et the cordial support
instructors; nearly 5,000 volumes added to library in 1901.
Now cumi-a from the I<akevlew Ex
I’lcsrd next Sunday.
aminer and Alturas New E a further Summer School with University credit; Special courses for
We are rcqucstcvl to
Mr. anil Mrs. A. (’. Jones and Miss particular» of Mr. Taylor's travels
tint the town arhouta i will leghi Helen Jone» of law Angeles, and E. and experience«. The Examiner say»: teachers, for Law ami Dedicai students.
M'Midar September 9.
Itowvs, Miss L. Burchell, Alls« E.
The following from tlie New Era Education for teachers, principals ami superintendents,
II. K. Moore baa Hie contract to Ilurchi-ll and Howard Burchell of relates to the "bum" who dropped
fumlsli the Klamath ami Vainax Nan Franchcii, stopped at the Hotel into Lakeview alMiut two months ago Tuition fro«; cost of living low.
Three students granted
age M'ica 01,900 pounds of flour.
Llnkville, Klamath Full». Saturday, and set himself up as a house-cleaner
scholarships in large eastern universities in 1901.
Mrs. o. Mn>rt of taut river hna and mi Sunday left fur Pelican Bay and general workman. Taylor Is one of
hern staying in Klamath Falla tills
that class who Is dying to get work
Semi name to President or Registrar for circulars and
week to receive medical treatment.
The store of the Duffy Co. on wlille praying to the laird that it
He also left catalogues.
K Terwilliger and wife and two Main street Is now going up with a won’t come tils way.
ehlldrcu of Honanxa spent the latter ruali. Its »Ire, 30 by 60 mid Bl feel Home mqrnid bills here.
part of last week al Klamath Falla. from tl.mr to celling, will In a few say»: "W. Taylor, who came down
Judge Willits Is clearing off bin days more, present a conspicuous from Lakeview several days ago and
Great Bargains at Duffy Co's.
Iola next to hla store, on * bleb and attractive ap;M*armicc. It will established himself here as a Imuse- rough and rocky mountain roads.
Is* will s<»a erect a new and atylish
month when the proprietors will suddenly last Sunday for Adin, leav ising this magnificent lake not only
ing liehind liini »cveral unpaid trills for pleasure but for the business of
m and open for hushicM.
Mike Ifartery ami wife uf Merrill
A m It was reported carrying passengers and freight
Matt Itrown of Round lake, while
•■•re In Klamath Fall* Monday.
the people of ought to be yrged and assisted if
being on their way home from ■ breaking a vlcloua horse Friday, had
an accident which came near being Lakeview In u similar manner, it needful by every resident ‘ along its
»■a.t to Shovel creek.
As he approached to was decided to give him a practical shores, and especially by every busi
t’haa. Galamcau of Spring lake wm serious.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
lesson In honesty, so a complaint was ness man in Klamath Falls, Fort
Intown Monday, lie report# that mount, the animal suddenly reared sworn out against him. and deputy Klamath and other nearby towns.
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
he will have i.ouo biulieU of wheal mid »(rin k him. cutting a large gnslt sheriff II. A. Flemming followed
MADELINE, NORTHERN TERMiMJS
to thrush this m ' umiii .
wvcrvly. That evening lie came to him to Adin and placed him under
Itev. J. W. Craig waa thrown
town mid had bis wounds drcNacd by arrest. Koon after being arrested
fr<>n> tils buggy on the 2nd Inst,
Second-hand cooking range, dining
the prlsnor gave Mr. Flemming the
It is stated that when the N. C. <».
and received some severe cuts and
slip, and a lively foot race for liberty rails are laid to th? northern border table and several carpets, all nearly
A cemetery quietude prevails since ensued, but th? fugitive was again of Madeline Plains a new town will as good as new, for side. Inquire at
bruise» on Hie iicad.
of the (Mipulatlon have captured, brought to Alturas, and spring into activity, The railroad
J. II. Houston received a letter
On Wednesday lie will then have been completed one
KLAMATH FALLS, OR.
from Sun Francisco this morning re <ll»lrll>uti*d theniM Ives al the huekk*- placed In Jail.
hundred and fifty
puting that his son's condition
i mid other resort«.
Pv:eARTiiKXT or the I nterior , j
But In r month five days in Jail."
Beno, and Madeline will be made
shows steady Improvement.
U mted Sr.vTE« La.xn th rich. -
i or less, when campers have all re
the end of the tirst division,
LAKr.viKW, O regon , July 1st, 1901.1
• I. C. Cunningham recently sold turned to their wonted vocation«,
Az sufficient contest affidavit having
thought that machine simps, stock
his ranch of |«o acres In the W imm I when crop« and live Mock »eck the
Is-en tiled in this office by O. T. Ander
son, of Bly, Oregon, contestant, against
llv blast ing out < list ructions at (lie
river country to Amhnsw France of market«, and when supplies an* lH>ing
once lie built, besides a big bote), homestead entrv No. 1763, made April
Jackson county for $1,400.
18th, 1*93, lor \V'S of Xl?4, XElfof
pun-hased and preparation« made for
livery stable and other business NE'
In the liig front window of Bald the winter hltM<rnation, there will
places. It is thought the railroad Sec. 17, all in Township 36 S., Range
Strong Academic Course. Professional Training c
win s store, there is the graudvat be plenty <>f life and busineaa for lalsir.) there will la* an open and nav will reach Madeline In October.
15 E., by Chris Moos, contestee, in
igable channel from Fort Klamath
which it is alleged that he left an.I
•lisplay of hardware giMsls ever seen everybody.
down such river to the upper Klam FOR SALE. 155 0 FINE RANCHES. abandoned said entry more than six the Highest Excellence. First-class Training Departmen
i" the county. lx»»k at it.
years ago, ami ever eiuee then lias failed
Thrashing 1» well under W.TV ath lake and from thence to Klamath
to reside thereon, and still fails to re
The Demand for Traine
• apt. Siemens liaa added another throughout flic Rogue River Valley,
The undersigned desires, on account side on ttic rnme; that Ids absence from Well Equipped Laboratories.
Falls, thus allowing a steamlioat to
fhalr to Ills barber shop In the Link- mid from all the information that
make regular daily runs between the I of poor health! to sell two excellent said claim was not due from Iris emplov- Teachers Exceeds the Supply.
Graduates Easily Seeui
Ville hotel and Al. Sloan 1» learning can I m * gat tiered tin* priMliii'l of this
inent in the arinv, naw or marine corps
two places. It Is to lie hoped that ranches, viz:
of the United States; dial said contestee
the trade under his Instruction.
year will I m * «nmewlierc around 90,- this will I m * done, and that next
One stock rtlncli nlwuit 6 miles from has failed to improve and cultivate said Good Positions.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings' buggy ooo bushels, or alMiut one-half a crop, .spring will see the blockade at Lorella, containing 520 acres, nil tract as required by law, and tliat all of
l failures exist at the present time,
Beautiful Location and Healthful Climate.
tipped over Sunday, throwing them «ay« the Ashland Tiding«.
The Wood river removed and a new, rapid fenced wltli g<HHl rail and wire fence, sai
said parties are hereby notified to ap-1
"ut, Imt neither wua Injured and no lightness of the vivid this year 1« at and comfortable boat making quick giwsl building*, himse, barn, sheds, pear, respond and offer evidence touch-1 penses from $120 to $150 Per Year. Write for Cat*
damage was done to the vehicle.
tributed t<> the lack of rain early in trips between the (Miints named, spring liouse, etc.; 150 acres under mg said allegation at 10 o’clock a. m.
on September. 7, 1901. before the Regis
File yield of wheat thia year In
touching at Agency landing. Pelican cultivation, ll*c balance in wild Iniy, ter and Receiver at the United States logue.
Klamath county will, gcconllng tn age having I h - cii cut for grain hay. bay and other stopping places along (cuts several hundred tons per year;) l-iind Office in Lakeview. Oregon.
I Iwiae wlio know, be abundant, . The wheat is coming Into Ashland the lake. To tourists and sight-seers all excellent soil and plenty of water The said contestant having, in a j
proper affidavit, filed July 2, 1901, set
tlioiigli not a,, |nrge MM ¡( waH a „car ' In a very g(«>d condition, and 48 this will be a very attractive improve from several large springs for the hay forth facts which show that after due1
1 cents per bushel Is the present price ment over the old way of travel by and crop«.
It Is one of the lies! diligence iw-rsonal service of tins notice
cannot lie made, it is hereby ordered
| team. The scenery along the lake, ranches, and in the center of a large and ■lireeted that such notice be given
•h’v. Mr. McComb nn,j w|f,< nl)(| ' paid for it.
by due and proper publication.
Mr. Buffy were taken up to Pelican
A disastrous wreck, caused by the of Islands, forests and ranges of and first class range.
E. Al. B rattai . n , Register.
Also a grain ranch at Lorella
•MV l.slge by Mr. Haxen on Monday explosion of two ears of dynamite, mountainswill make the trip one of
TREASU KERS NOTICE.
Besides ad-j known as tlio-‘-Simp. Milsoil ranch,
a rustic outing for a tew iMcurred at tunnel No, 7, six undone- unalloyed enjoyment.
1 half miles north of Glendale on the ding to the pleasure of travelers containing 320 acres. All well fenced
Notice is hereby given that there are
i Southern Pacific railroad Saturday and tourists, tills plan of making the and sufficiently watered by numerous funds in the Comity Treasury for the
"bile enforcing the dog tax,
redemption of the following county war
aftcrniMin. A freight train of 2(1 lake and river navigable between springs of excellent water: a new rants
•>"t have and enforce a ent tax?
protested on and prior to Feb. 7,
’¡. cars and three engines parted on
Interest on same will cease
m * |Mipular with all.
•’feat» for each household
5785, 5876, 5835, 56<X>, 5753. 5794 , 5850.
jar caused the dynamite on the two dents of Fort Klamath, Klamath alfalfa, the balance cultivated and 550.5,4376,5641.
A*»1 <>r six.
5542, 5874,5842, 5853,
i rear ears Io explode. All of the cars
6028,5651,5797. 5838,5860. 5711, 6060,
•hidge AVIlllta has received word
Prepares teachers for state and county examination». Fit» yuimge
were wrecked and eleven of them | river country will no longer find it a tables, etc., etc. No waste land on 5419,5762, 5846, 5868, 5892,6057,5744,
5726, 5755, and women for business positions and for college.
»«» Wm. Wiaidbury,
"oonoury, aged 9 years,
hardship but a pleasure to come here i It. Tile best grain ranch in Klam
*ho waM committed to the asylum1*"'.'
5864, 5941. 6647, 5727, 4979, 5767, 5775,
Special attention to teachers’ review classes, stenography and type-wr ¡¡'jorTty**
lives were lost, though It was a nar
,hl»w»unty in .May last, died on
Tliese randies will be sold, sepa 594$, .'813, 5730, 5789, 5881, 5772, 5994,
row escape for t lie train crew. down with little expense.
5.803, 5732, 5808, <>871, 5873, 5979, 5961,
Expenses per school year of 40 weeks. 8115, $125, $140.
There were ten cars of melons, two who are accustomed to painfully lum- rately or together, at a bargain. 5735, 5811, 5880, 588;!, 5922, 599«, 5722,
per term, $8.25; board at dub house $1.75 per week, in fa » hi* P°f
»-• W. Ilusseli and wife and May of fruit, two of powder and the re ' her across the mountains to .Medford !
5.807, 5374, 5750, 5971, 6073, 5731, 5810,
McLaughlin arrived here Friday mainder miscellaneous freight. The
5876, 5957, 6106, 5737, 5798, 5747, 5870, $2.50, $3.00. Room rent 50 cents per week.
""" their sojourn at, Crater lake anil tunnel was uninjured, although the ten occupying a weekin the trip,
5956, «079, 5738, 5806, 5757, 588.5, 5044,
The folder contains special information and the course of study.
Lorella, Oregon. 6082, 5718, 576.5, 5882, 5786, 5918, 6090,
'* h I river resorts and left the name track and roadlied were torn up Tor would find It much easier, cheaper
6074. «102, «112, 6125, 6126, 5938, «07«,
for K»n Francisco.
Wrecking out lits
a great distance,
6119, 6075 , 6105 , 6131, 5984, 6069,
FOUND: A shot gun.
The tirst term opens September 9, loot.
«168, 6173,’6018, 6194, 6066, 6154, 5841,
Aifiiur k . Benson stopped here with 200 men were soon busy at. hours'ride down the lake, transact,
can have same by proving property .5844, 6197.
"M 1 huraday en route to Paisley work clearing away tlm debris and their business and get home the same
Bated at Klamath Falla, Oregon, this
W. T. VAN 8COY, Princip
and paying for Illis ad. Apply to C.
Transfers were day or the day after at farthest, safe
* "'r''he Iwm a desirable position 11« milking repairs.
11th day of .Inly, 1901.
"H'k-kecper for the Chowaucan live made so that the passenger and mail
County Tie i ’iiici.
- - ()REG<
from Joi(Ing «long several days over Falls. Oregon.
service «as imt Interrupted.
and land comptinv.
Thomas and Deering Rakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
John Deere Steel Plows.
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Curial Cas
kets, Paints, Olis and Glass, Carpets and Lin
Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
BALDWIN, Hardware Dealer,
New Stock Now Arriving
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
THE BRICK STORE
C. H. WITHROW,
FULL STOCX OF
STATE LAND BOARD
ESTATE NORMAL SCHOOLS
A NEW SCHOOL