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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1901)
"" XutHm. the l»t lust.
’‘‘i. * 1 *••• prisoner p|,..„1 .,| guilty and I
was to ;.av,. |M I.|, M.(lll,M(.w| NMiiirday
Y. HF.PTEMHEIt II, ioni.
anil Liken to ihc penitentiary In
time to iH-gin work there Monday
v,hi,-ition of Klamath
county this year Is *2,.'IOO,OOO. This
•» greatly In exccs» of what it was
pavld W. F’ox of Ashland arrived last year.
This speaks well for tlie
'•omity » pro>i|M-rlty und rapid Incrviuw«
Ed. O. laiiub of laikrvlrw was In wviilih
Houston who hua for several
W. F. Arant was In from Pine monili» iH.eh |n Han Francisco re-
• eh big incdliiil treatment, I» accord*
j. A. Cliiialaln of Bonanza was In Ing to letter» ri'cdied Hit» week, re
covering rapidly, and will start
Dan Van Brimmer of Merrill wh » for home on i )u. 15th.
Mr». John Well» of Illy wMs here
i.p Hi« 1 .¡ j «11 llic same roid a short
I'm<- since, oiils-lng arraigned for rob-
la ry pleaded guilty, mid wim sent
eni cd today by Judge Beiison lo five
years' Imprisonment in the peniten
tiary. Preston Is 23 years old, and
says In* c.ime from Illinois three
years ago. lie Is reticent ami re
fuses to tell what he has been doing
s I ik ' c his arrival liere and declines to
talk about the stage r’lbls-ry.
-f • •»* 4* *v ? 4* *'b •í' *í* .4* 4*
v-i* -r 4- %•
The marriage of Dr. Frank I ».
Iteamc» of Klamath Falla to Miss
<'lari WlllH'lmliia Young of Astoria
look plaei« yesterday afternoon at 2
o’eliH-k In lb«- Grtue Episcopal church
of thill, city.
Th<* newly married
couple will begin house-keeping In
Ashland Town Talk: G. F. Bill- Klamath Falls ¡md will lie at homeiit
In town Monday.
K F.. Canmihan of Dirt land ar lug» and mm, Ralph, returned Wed- this place after September.
rived here Monday.
Benjamin Young of Astoria and 1»
Mr. II. Alford of I’lovana was a Billings r< |>orlNexcellent, t'lopsarouiid
Merrill ¡md tip. second <*rop» of alfal- spoken of hi tin* highest terms as an
Fall» visitor Monday
aiM-ompllsheil mid amiable young
fu as HotiK-ihhig enormous.
IL K. Moore 1» almvnt till» week
Dr. Kearnes has dcservi-dly
N I mmi I commenced Moixluy morn
on a surveying trip.
won a large and successful practice
ing with th«’ usual ni tendance of
D. Ryan anil wife of Fort Klamath
at tills place and vicinity and has a
pupils and with the following tcuch-
were In town Monday.
large circle of friends who will con
ei» In charge:
Miss Allee Apple
W. T. Siiivr and non of Fort Klam- gate. Ml* Elm Galloway, Mis» Mar gratulate him over bls giMxl fortune
ami wish him and his bride a long,
«Hi were here Monday.
tha < .irdwell ami Mrs. <'oggswell.
happy and pr<sipcr<>ua wedded life.
Geo Reid and T. Culllncs of I Hike
Dr. Melaine, ihc state veterinary
Th«* theatre-loving people of Klam
view were livre Friday.
surgeon, is ¡it F'ort Klamath luiestl-
Falls mid vicinity tilled tlie opera
J. I.. Padgett of Keno was a K luin - g it Ing t tn-- ms.-<,f lip. recent num-'
F riday evening to witness the
•th Fall» visitor F riday.
erousil Illis of cattle In the Wood
I im - u I dramatic company, assisted by
j. (’. Furgusoii was in from lit» river country, and which It Issupposcd
F ri ll M<H>rc and I'eurl Either Moon-,
by m ini to han* I m - cii occasioned by
Ln»l river modi Tuesday.
present ••The Octoroon." The plot
.Mr». <’. IP Beardsley of Tide lake over Irrigation.
of the play I n gathered from tlie
Judge K. D Sperry ami family of slsvcry days of the .South and ranks
mi a Falla visitor Monday.
11. E. Mann and wife of Fort Lakeview arrived hete yesterday en with I’ncle Tom's ('abln. The story
Klamath Were Fall» visitors Friday. route to Coquille City where they ex- Is hit« iiwly Interesting from start to
pert to locate permanently.
The finish, with many thrilling scenes, all
A. <’- Jones mid daughter of la«
Judge has many friends In Klamath of which were vividly portrayed In
Angeles, Cal., arrived here Tuesday.
county who m Ish lilm utils.undid sue
tin* strong cast. The opportunities
Win. Mda’iin of Portland was reg. cess tn his new holm*.
for splendid tableaux were taken ad
isterrd at the Hotel Linkvllle
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Kd. Dionne who bus (Men looking vantage of, much to the pleasure of
over this county f >r tu*v<*rul week» the sudlence. The different charac
IJ cm I c McKenzie of Imndon, < Tin-
with 1 view of locating III I he future, ters were skilfully enacted, audit is
•<la, wa» a guest at Hold Linkvllle departed Monday on his return to
I lie general opinion that the local
J. Fort»*»' mot tier is here from Lou
W•natclii*«-. Wash, lie »ays he will |M-opl<-pari lelpatlog »how much lm-
A. Kershner came In from lil» >««• on th«’ground tier«* again a» soon provement under the training of Mr.' Angeles to »pend tin- winter with her
ranch Saturday and rciiuilniil owr as tin- railroad starts and the boom und Mrs. Moore. Another high class Mill.
S. <’. H.ltn.iker returned from
play by the Mime talent will follow 111
Huckleberry mountain last Monday
Thoma» Dixon of Tide lake ami
M-dford Mail: L. E. Hoover and the near future, as we understand.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
after six weeks of camp life.
John I Hinn of Altamont were in »««11». M'sliei and Claud, returned
Sec Harry Howard In hl» Dutch.
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
town Sat unlay.
Chas. Humphrey was smiling on '
this week from ¡1 pleasure and busi Irish and bkn-k-facc turns. wit II till*
our Bonanza girls last Monday.
J>r. Ilemeiiway of Klamath Agency ness trip into Klamath county. < >'Malley Sisters <’o.
Tlie ( f Malley
•a* in town Saturday and favurvil At the Kl.11n.ith Agency they sohl Sisters will appear in the following
Mr. and M’s. Goodrich and
Mtveral good orders for fruit trees, towns:
thi» office with a call.
S ai . km , Sept. 12, 1001.
Keno, Septcm's-r, loth; Stuart have gone to Portland to lo
•’-TATE OF OREGON,
I^ul week Judge <lrr sold 80 acre» th«' Indians having taken a notion lo Klamath Falls, Scptemlier. 17; Mer cate permanently.
Miss Daisy Patterson commenced
ef land to II. (’. Short, the cou»ld«*r- grow fruit.
rill. September, 18; Bonanza. Sept
Notice is hereby given that there are
E. C. While, who arrived here ember, 19.
a term of school last Monday in tlie funds in the Treasury with which to re
at Ion iwing *2u an acre.
deem all outstanding state warrant«
J. J. Sturgill, lodge organizer, left last w -k from the Rogue River val-
drawn on the stale scalp bounty turn!
Roy I. Kilgore is having his saloon and endorsed “Presented and not paid
fur PwUaud Monday,
He aaya be ley. I lin bought the Edgewood ranch
tor want of funds,” prior to January 1,
of 1.2'»' acres i«f I. D. Applegate.
«¡linscotted, jialntisl and remodeled 1901. All “ucli warrants, properly en
exprcia to return here mshi .
Mr. While will move Ills family here
In **up to date" style. Fred Cliff of dorsed, will lie |iai-l ii|>on presentation
Ml»» <'l ira Stockwell ilepartisl Mon
this office, interest thereon ceasing
md take | h S.V salon <>f III» new se
Klamath Falls has been employed to at
day morning for Ashland whore »lie
(tom and alter this date.
A meeting of a number of our
qulsltlon within a month. lle ex-
CHAS. 8. MOORE,
will allrud the Normal arbool.
p.-cts to engage In the stock business prominent citizens was held at the
Geo. McDonald and family of Lan-
Mi«« E. Ilun hcll and Ml»» L. Bur extensively.
office of Lca’ltt A Mills on Monday
chell of Nan F rancl»ic«i were rcglatcr*
evening, September 9. for the pur
A. Sh's'k. the father of John s.
ed -it II del Linkvllle TuiMlay.
pose of considering the proposed race spend a month or six weeks.
Notice is hereby given that there are
Sh<a«k of Dairy. Is quite ill and I» at
Miss Lulu llarpold, who is visiting lurida in tlie Comity Treasury for the
meeting, to Is- held at Klam it li Falls
P«*liiia»ti>r Cnstcl 1» building a the residence of his daughter, M
her uncle here. Is having "old fash redemption of tlie following count v war-
< k-tol*er lo and 11 next.
new l>arti on the lot which liu re Suttim, of tills place.
protested on and print to Feb. 7,
< >n account <>f
ioned" Wabash ague ami fever chills. runts
cently pun'liaacd of R. s. Moon*.
1894. Interest on same will cease
Ills advanced age, 87 years, his ill-
Schoul opened in Bonanza with an troni this date : Nos. 5705, 5741, 570«,
K 1 Weldon, IL W. Weldon and news 1.« more difficult to overcome Ky Taylor was elected chairman and
5785, 587«, 68.35, 5600, 575.3, 5794 , 5850.
\. I.. Leavitt Ms-retary.
nt of 37 pupils, and many 5505, 437«. 5644, 5542, 5874,5842, 5853,
G. W. Ju<ld of California were regis lluin it would otherwise I n *. His »on.
Tlie object of the meeting was new names have since been added. «028, 5651,5797, 5838,5860, 5711, «OHO,
tered at Hotel Linkvllle Sunday.
' J. S Sli<»>k, Is giving him ili» (•«Aii-
5111», 5702, 584«, 5868, 5892, «057, 5744,
stated by Chairman Taylor, and pur-
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 565«, 5817. 5752 5942, 6004, 572«,
The family of ll. g. Ankeny left »taut care und attention.
su int to mot inn E. IL Retimes, C. C. Alex. Bradburn who was s -riously ill, 57«8, 5887, 5945, «043, 5728, 575«, 57<M,
today for IVIIcan buy where they will
Geo. <'I i . inc of Spencer creek wa.s Maltby and J. W. Hauiakur were
Is now much improved. Dr. Johnson 5.861, 5941. 1'047 . 5727, 4979, 57«7, 5775.
enjoy several day» camping and Bah- In town lust Friday. He I» working elected managers of tlie proposed
5918. 5813, 5730, 5789, 5«81, 5772, 5¡<«.»l.
was called to attend til * cas*.
580.), 5732, 5808, 5871, 5873 5117», 5961.
In lhe Interest of getting supplies race meet.
Jim Go.vs says his buggy is for sale, 57X5, 5811,5880, 588-3, 5922, 699«, 5722,
Deputy Sheriff Fountain arrhisl and equipment» for the construetIon
Pursuant to motion the chair ap as his beat girl prefers to ride in a 5807, 5374, 57-5<i, 5971, «073, 5731, 5810,
1757, 5043, 5990, «098, 5733, 5884, UM,
boine lost Friday from Salem, where of th«- Kl.im ithon-KI.imath Falls pointed Geo. Hum and Fred Sch.il-
587«, .5957, 610«, 5737, 57!«, 5747, 5«70.
he had taken ii<i Insane man to I he rallnmd. lie reports, na we learn, lock a committee on track.
595«l, (W79. 5738, 580«, 5757, 5885, 5044.
This is a r*al secret; now dont tell: «082, 5718. 5705, 5882, 578«. .5918, «090.
1h.1t prep.ir it ion» are al*<>ut ready for
Sheriff S. T. Summers was elected
Alex. Zevely shot a sheep on the 1'4'74. 6102, 6112, «125, aia», 5938, «07«.
Lira F. Butler of Monmouth and the commencement of work, ami that treasurer.
The meeting then ad
nmt.iln ami thought it we.s a deer. «111,0119. «075, «106, <1131, 6154,
«108, 6173,^6018, 6194, 606:1,
M'lla M. Gilbert of McMinnville It wIII N<M>n begin with 800 or l.ooo journed. A. L. L eavitt . Secretary.
The Bonanza Sunday school re- 5814. 6197.
We are Informed that since the
wen- registered at Hotel Linkvllle men employed.
1'ntisl at Klamath Falls, Oregon, this
KLAMATH PALLS, OR.
Mr. Grizzle, nn experienced marble alxivc meeting was held, the amount organized last Sunday,
11th day of July, 1901.
for meeting will be 3. p.
H. 11. V as V ai . kkxbcro ,
X. N. Merrill of Merrill was in cm ter of Medford, and Rev. Brvant of money sul s-'rlbed for the races has
H ill J ones .
town Sat unlay and remained during
Sectile O’Malley Sisters in the CAVALRY AND ARTILLERY HOR
the evening to participate hl the Odd ship and will establish here an Insti races will eonlinue three days In
The track is In the Minuet De La Hour, as danced in
tution for III«* preparation and Kile stead of t vo.
SES W ANTED. ALL GELDINGS.
of monuments. tomlwtoncN. etc. Mr. lies» condition, and witli the good 1643, in beautiful costume.
Fourteen car loads of
Cavalry horses must be sound and j
pears »ere shipped from Medford
well broken to ride; 15| to 16 hands'
Iasi week, causing a distrll ullon of in constructing Mr. Baldwin’s store, serie« of races will lie the re following towns: Keno, September, high; any color except white or pinto: '
and has I mvoiih * so favorably impress suit. Remember ihe time, Tliurs- loth; Klamath Falls. September, 17:
tio.aou among orchard owners.
ed with the business and pr<«p«8-lN day. Friday and Saturday, October Merrill. SeptemlHT, 18; Bonanza. from 4 years to 8 years old, good
Strong Academic Course. Professional Training o
I he annual imifricnce of the M.
smooth horses; weight from »50 to
of this town and county that he pro- io, li and 13.
K (liurrh. is being held al Medford
1200 pounds: will pay from *35 to
| m « cn to locate here perm.i
the Highest Excellence. First-class Training Departmen
SCHOOL COMMENCES SEPT- 9.
•«»lay, (Kept. 12th.) Bishop W. W.
*50 per head.
Marble works ought to and
Duncan of South Carolina pr>«shles.
Artillery liorses must be sound and Well Equipped Laboratories.
The Demand for Traine
Agnes Beck, aged about 0:1c year
Some will need new clothing and
less will do well at this place.
broken to ride and work; no |
11. II. Van Valkenburg »1 irtc.l for
shoes. Everybody agrees that it pays
Last Friday morning the voting
Graduates Easily Seoul
colors except bays, roans and sorrel: 1 Teaeheis Exceeds the Supply.
T.irker » stal Inti In the m unitaln»
son of Geo. Chase, living near Spen Mr. ami Mrs. C F. Heck, died Sept. to buy gissl clothing and shoes for from 15] to 16 hands high; good!
Sumlay, and will remain a few days,
cer creek, was accidentally shot ti! Atli at Klamath Falls and was buried school purposes, We have put In a smooth liorses from 5 to 8 years old;! Good Positions.
bunting for deer and oilier wild
The parents live splendid line of real leather shoes
tl.c left hand, the end of the linger the following day.
Beautiful Location and Healthful Climate
Also a nice line of weight 1050 to 1250 pounds; will pny
t humb some in Crooked Creek. Lake county. tliât will wear,
Is-lng shot off ami the thumb
from *40 to $70 per head for all
Judge Willits went over t<> Ashland what Injured.
Th* ■ boy
Imv does not
pensCs from $120 to $150 Per Year. Write for Cat*
Xffixlsy and is expected to icti.rn to- seem to know how he hap|s*ned to get | when disease arrested the little one. would cal) and look at the goods and
Will buy at Horton ranch Oil
THE DUFFY CO. *
«Isy- Mrs Willlta wim has been vlsll- shot. Il<’ was after cattle mid on ami thus gave a sad ending to their get prices.
tember 12, 1901.
big r.-laiivcsat Ashland will return 1 Jumping'»ver a fence, t.lic shot was I outing.
See Harry Howard in his Dutch,
Will Buy at Carr ranch on Sep-
W. M. CLAYTON, President
tired, lie had no gun or shell with ICE LREAA1 .SOCIAL AND ENTER Irish and black lace turns, with the temluT I I, mol.
Will buy at Adams ranch on Sep-
< »’Malley Sisters Co. The O’Malley
Senator lliimden's Black Kcnliick- him. The mystery of the accident
tember 1«, 1901.
ia«» showed to a large audience here
of action, be sold to aa”«
I Friday evening, September 1.3th, Sisters will appear in the following
A. T. L vnoell
said judgment and costs and disbr®"
towns: Keno, September, 16th; Klam
The entertainment brought to Klamath Falls nnd the
and J. H orton .
the lee cream sis*lal and entertain
incuts of action.
In the Justice Court of Linkvllle Pre
was very g<KM| nn(| those present wounds weie dressed by Dr. Straw. ment will be given In Houston's ath Falls, September. 17: Merrill.
This summons is published intd,
Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and cinct, State ol Oregon, County of Klam
I K lamath R xccblicas * by order of ted
. ........ 'I well pleased.
j The lis’.’il lodge of Odd Fellows had opera house instead of at Duffy's September 1«; Bonanza, September, sores of all kinds quickly healed by ath.
I Hatton, Justice of the Peace for lin
... ........ Klamath County, Oror-
new building owing to the latter not
. villi* Precinct,
•I'»' Kocaa] and wife, Fred Stahl-
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve,
dated and entered of record jn.
tain cure for piles. Beware of Coun- KdgXr Booth, Defendant. I covery of ■ t.-mber
t»un and Mr. Wilson of this place
12th, HM»l. ami whicli »«id ¡ora
tcrfelts. Be sure you get the orlgl-
■bd H. L. Clopton of B0nnnz.1i rc- I tendance of Grand Master J. II. Nel sical program will commence at 7:30,
made, dated and filed as aforesaitbur
quires thia summons in this caigh-
after which the best of Ice »ream mid
lurncd homo yesterday from their
Insures at cost.
No dividends. nal — DeWitt’s.
piibtished once 11 week for six cof^g.
Sal unlay nfteriusm. Near midnight cake will be sold.
Proceeds for the Only cheap Insurance for the insured
J. L. Padgett & Sons. Keno.
(Dp to lln* Lake of the Woods.
live uni successive weeks frottf j5*,
11 banquet was given In Ills honor at lienellt of the Presbyterian church. $9,000,000 under insurance; 16,000
tier 12th, 1901, the date til the tfis(
The rivalry between Medford mid
licztion thereof, ns prescribed ii
the Hotel Linkvllle, where slxty-llve Colne! Come! C: me!
memtiers, and 20,000 risks.
Is sav the O'Malley Sisters Friday, Sept. 17.
Axhliind Is intensified these days by members of the older sat down tol
H. B. HATT
in the «bote entitled cause of action on order.
Justice <1 thé Peace for I.inkvilk. ,
Protographer L. Van Burkleo will ing to its members, as compared to
•be fiu-t that the former Ims an well llllcil tables.
A SNAP FOR STOCKMEN.
The supper was
einct, Khimath County, Oregon
tive ami successive weeks from tlie 12th
belli Khimath Falls but a short time standard companies, $250 per day.
Acideiny and the latter a Normal,
served under the direction of Mr.
W. 11. DAVIS. Agent.
1 have 20 head of yearling Here tho order of the above entitled court,
mid those wanting tirst.-elass work
»'•b »t niggling for supremacy.
and Mrs. Ilurriss, and consisted of the
TOWN TREASURER’S NOTidest
ford hulls, all of them registered, that and if von fail to so «n wer, for want
done should call on him without dc-
; The O’Malley Sisters Music’ll,
The report, publish«! In the Ore- choicest viands ami delicacies, and
thereof, the plaintiff will tltke judgment
Notice is hereby given tfiatpres-
against you as demanded In tlie Cohi-
1 Dancing and Comedy Company will
H,,nl«n and other papers, that an at- wns pronotmec'l excellent by all wlm L‘-v-
F. d. BtJUTtWOi
blaint in said court and cause now on iire funds in the town freasi; has
Specla! engagement, of Harry How- appear In their latest songs, dances
•' '«pl was made to hold up the Ager- tisik part.
Address, Lakeview, Oregon. Stock nle, vis: Judgment for t e sum of fifty the redemption of the followhtlafaa
Social dattee after the
one and 44-100 dollars, (*51.44,] with in warrants. Interest on the sadeath
-‘kevlew stage Saturday night, I n a
The following dispatch from Jack aid, the prince of all comedians, and acts.
Ranch, Drews Valley.
terest thereon at the rate of 10 i«*r cent, cease from this date: Nos. 7*1« In-
Admission 50c; child
•nistake, according to reliable Infor sonville appeared In the Oregonian with the O'Malley Slaters Co.
per annum from and since the 2nd day 767, 76«, 769; 770, 771, 772, 7» ■«*-
ren 25c. The O’MuBey Sisters will
of September, lflffl, said sum including
of Ihc «th Inst: Frank Preston, who O’Malley Sisters will appear In the
here the Util Inst., and those wish fSO.ffo as attorney'» fees for the bring 775, 77«, 777, 77«. 779, 780, 7*«W
J* L. Viidan arrived Sunday off Ills robbed I hire men on the nmtintaln following towns: Keno, Scptemlier, appear In the following towns: Keno,
Dated, at Klam ith Falls,
ing dental work done should fall on ing and prosecution of this action ; also, this
5th day of September, 1»JT„,"
het ween Ashlnml and K'lamatll Falls hlth; Klamath Falls, Scptemlier, 17;
btuin from Jacksonville whore lie ...........................
temlier, 17; Merrill, Scptemlier, 1«:
fwortod Prcstoon who etincted the |.-mt Sutidity, «»<1 "'•«> 1« Mi-spected of Merrill. Seplemhcr, 1«; Binanza. 1
! property taken under attachment in
Mfof a highwayman near Pokegama being the l-.ne highwayman who held
Thomas and Deering Rakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
John Deere Steel Plows.
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas
kets, Paints, Olis and Glass, Carpets and Lin *
BALDWIN, Hardware Dealer,
A. O. V. W. BUILDING,
Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving
C. li. WITHROW,
STATE LAND BOARD.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
FULL STOCK OF
ESTATE NORMAL SCHOOL^