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C l.". Vo. 3'rs Ji busi it w til i nter n
<’f I III" l’l<-il' tiTll.ll church, 1)11 the
hospital i,, ||,llt ,.t|v w
the utlvr 15th of this i louth will a so Is* |s«.f-
memlters of ulv funilly will visit
p* m*d until th- quarantine
i» * Y. N'»VKU»n:.i u. i <>t. frbuds.
I’reaclilng ar-rvlc«» may !„• ex;w< t d
I h" jury disagreed as » renili of st line (Jrovc next Ha’bath, Nov.
LOCAL NB WS
• he trial of the Nvilon hum *, whlcli 17th, nt .1 p. in.
J. M. M c C omb .
1 "I’hd i.... . of ||M.
Of |1H, clr-.
Lakeview has exhibited a sample
If. H. Yount of Bly was In
cult court at l.aki'Vlew lllHl Meek.
of I hu proper way to handle conta
The case will > h < trlcil agalli next
gious disease, T. G. Wisdom went
(¡, 'V. Obcncliuln of Bly WIIS here Muy.
to that town sick.
Ills case Iwlng
Judge II. L. Henson, Attorney» A. pronounced smallpox, the author
jolm Moul of olciic was In I OH II E Reames,
N. Hammond mid ('. ities promptly provided an Isolated
A. t'oggswvll and Court Reporter house fot him and i-Hiiibllshcd a strh t
Win. Bradford of Lakeview Wlih • all, ms an in d Monday from latke- quarantine.
Midi prompt action
' i"» and <|)-parted the Kittle day for will likely prevent the dls-as.- from
F'red II. Steplu-n»on of Merrill WiU > llw railroad.
| spreading and a* old a dlMistriais
Mcliols s hlagel, a resident of scare. <>n the appearance of aov
N. S. Merrill of Merrill was ill I‘'I''''l,-rt for fifteen years, dhsl there <'onl.iglous or Infect Ions ills is)-, It is
'•f pm .mintila on the 1st lust.
lie always the busIneM of niniiielpal
•" Tuesday from Ills wu* ifg'-d *5 years und ti monili», ami authorities to act vigorously und
left a wife and sewn sons ami daugh without delay.
bprtng hike ranch.
ter» to mourn hlx I. ihh .
Several of ihe business men of this
(' R. But ham of Y.iluax win nt
have expressed a hope that Hie
this place bat nrnay.
Hopkins delivered an uddresM on the projei-leil new steam bout oil the
J. ('. F’i'igiison of l.'»»t river ,Islted
life and character of the late l’resi- lipper lake will be built, during the
Kl.ini.ith Falla Saturday.
d.td McKinley at the Nell < 'leek coming winter, and stale tlndr will-
C. J. Iloovrr of Mislford was In
M bool lions.' .Saturday night to U Ingness to ahi In the project If Ilei--
Klamath Falls Sunday.
essiry. Under tlx* experienced c< ill-
large and appreciative audience.
II. SimwgooM* of Kvno was doing
I’r. Straw departed .Saturday for trol of ('apt. S hoff. such a Ix.at will
business In town Mumlay.
'I irsl.fl. Id, Or,, where lie will engage do a large business and I m - of much
John Fries.* was In town from Ids m the practice of Ills profession. benefit Io this town as well as F'ort
Long lake ranch Monday.
During Ida stay In Klamath Fall». Klamath, Klamath Agency and the
H. A. White of Royston was In Dr. Straw won many friends who will Intervening points, mid when we
|o«ll Oil business T ui m lay.
wish him succi ss lt< tils new location. have a railroad, tourist» can come all
Hie way by steam from the outside
Ilrnty Anderson jr. of Tule lake
O. Short Informs its that lie has
world to wllliln fifteen
was a Fall» visitor Monday.
i Crater lake.
Ill* Kiys lie dug
I. . J. Fryr and J. O. Marshall of hist three wii-ks.
The picture of Richard S. Smith,
I out one fs.iato which weighs live mid
Chicago arrlvnl here Friday.
of Judge Smith of K lumai h
one half pounds.
lie promises Io
Allx-rt Walker has arrived bollir
place* It on exhibition at this office.' county, appeared In the Oregonian of
from ills trip Io the railroad.
last Saturday, together with the fol-
In mi-utlonlng last week the resi
O. I*. IlTielllel of Sheridan Wyom
lowing complimentary icfercnce to his
den.-,-, now building, of Judge Wil
ing. arrived here Inst Tliuisday.
success as an athlete:
lits w<-forgot to any that the build-
<’. II. Ilyrne of Galveston, Texan, er of It 1s II, L. |t<eggs. The excel Smith, who for many years was the
crack football player mi<l track ath-
was an arrival here last Thurml.i
1. nt work and gissi tasti* lie displays.
Comity court adjourned last Uri- In it, is a.,arance that the Judge will h-lc of the University of Origon, is
day after at lending usual bimlneiM. have one of i lie I mm I placea In town. now playing right halfback on the
Columbia UnlviTsIty football eleven,
Sil us Kilgore of In*t rller w .1»
• It D'Lap arrived Saturday from! of New York. Mr. Smith Is
a st it-
doing business III
Riamai h Full. '■•bland whrre he met and accompa
dent In the Columbia laiw School.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
nied hi.il» Miss India Farrar and Ids
lie Is regard'll by his fellows as a
hulls Gerls-r went to Warner val- • luid, the latter of whom had been strong player, and it is certainly a dis
I y last week to buy solili* fat Iieef mid. r niedlc.il treatment In Salem tinction for any athlete to play on a
Hit* mmmtaiiM, and smiMith the inter ern syndicate, undertake the explora
the past live months.
The child’s! team llk<' the one Columbia h is this
vening rough place» between Klam tion of Hervey Lindley’s preliminary
Rev. Ifarbit, local M. Fl. pastor. ha* In .iltli I» greatly Improved.
year. Last Saturilay the Columbians athon and this its final resting place. survey of a lumber road up the Klam
Mr. AII h t I M irsliel ami Miss Lena twat the famous I’eiinsyli.inia team ' >r was the report a mistake. Time ath and acquire his interests in the
lately L.ul t wu very ileal ral >le offri»
M. Corlx'll sere uniteli In marriage by all 0 score.
Mr. Lindley is also in Fan
to accept put <-rates elsewhere.
will Ms>n show and we will hopg f,,r i *»me.
! Francisco at the present time, await- ♦r
M. F. Ilrr of I. in (ell valley spent by Jud/. W illlts at the residence of
A year ago a imiqtie Incident oc- the best.
I ing the developments of the gigantic
several days of the past win k lie re
eurred In a certain Coast town where
Tin* newly wedded the prevailing type of smallpox had
visiting lit» brother, Judge J. S. <>rr. List Friday.
ranch, near Klamathon on Klamath '
couple departed Saturday for their taken r««)t somewhat. A num was
Miss \nges FL 'Diomas arrived
river, north of Yreka, owned by Ex-[
future lii.ni" on Sprague river.
In a barlwr's chair, One side of his Supervisor W. T. laiird, has liecn ! A dlspa’ch from Redding, Cal., to
T ix - m I ai from Carson city, Nevada,
It is reported that the Flout hern face had Ix'cn neatly sliaied. and a sold to the l’okcgama Sugar pine the San Francisco Call of last Thurs-
and went from here to Klamath
h Co. Ik Io lie aneti by Mrs. W pause bail followed general conversa L iiiii I mt C o ., now having a lease of: day, contain» the following In regard
FL < otmer of Ashland for $20.000, tion.
The barber broke the alienee the Klamath River Lumber Mill to the proposed railroad into this
Circuit court which w is to have
damage» alleged to have been sus- by yawning, ami casually remarked property al Klamathon. The ranch county:
opened here last Munday 1 was ad-
Lihi.tl as tin* result of Iwlng Injureil ttial lie had been ••up al) night." comprises 700 acres, and was sold for
In spite of the talk of railroads in
jtiumed until tin* first Miaiduy lit
tn a wreck which orcurrcd 22 miles To show- civil Interest, Ida patient »7.000. This will prolmbly lie tlic Ni«klj«u and Shasta counties, the
notili <.f Dunsmuir July 7 last.
inquired I I m * cauM*. The barber put site of a rival town to Klamathon j
°r «nT eItenl ,nto the
A big herd of cattle Is lunging to
Il rt Jones accidentally shot his a tinlalilng touch on the one side and ami llornbriMik for business, and is gtc*' timber belt of Northern Cali-
J. I*. Mitchell passed through town
let! f t Mldle out limiting. Mondai , turned the face t<> begin on the other, likely to I m - tin junction for a rail-
and Southern Oregon is to be
early Tuiwl.iy morning en mute Io
the charge |M'n<-t rat Ing and l.iccrat- and then Indifferently replied that mad up the Klamath river to the
Dglit at the line between the two
in/ two of hl» toes, lie was hav Ills wife had the smallpox ami that tlmlx-r land of the Pokegama Sugar statesand extend off into Oregon.
II. I*. Galamcnu went dem Io ing s >iur difficulty w Ith one nf tlie he “sal up with her nil night.” Pine Luinlier Co., at Poke-'ama In i It is promised, however, that other
I’okcgam i <> > S hi I ty wli -re he Is Io klit-ll» In his Vun. and in trying to In terror tlie iu*n sprang from the Oregon, at the state boundary line. roads will now lx- hastened and that
hmld a euiiiiiHMlluiM ami sell arrung manage it. pulled the wrong trigger. chair and landi-d In the street with New mills <>f larger capacity are to » 'I"»’ through Siskiyou’s timber belt
rd sclxvil house.
I'm hi revival meetings In .'»bland, one able of Ills face dripping with lie put upon this tract, to lie ready :,n^ I*ter Into Shasta s will follow.
The Sugar line Lumber Company
Attorney J. C. Rutenle and Elmer under the direct hai of Eiang.list lather.
for operation by the time their lease
will begin the laying of ties on Nov
Applegate arrlie.l home Halutd'.ii Beisi, lutic tlimisi out Ilo converts.
We bear that (lie Messrs. Griffith,
from Lakeview wli*r<i th*y had ts-«-n I'h> ••• are alludisi to by the Record who several months ago purchased at least such is the report current. ember 14 for thirty miles of railway,
alt m lln f circuit c mrt.
.u net f. suits. What were the gr.es the l.uge ranch of Captain Dennis at It is also stated that work ou the reaching from Klamathon to Pokeg-
A herd of joo r.ittl- belonging to results.' TI ksic mentioned by the Pelican bay, will soon erect thereon railroad will tie commenced in a very a ma. It is proposed to have the
the Dorris ranch arrived here Furs lleix.rd as having been warmed over? a magnificent lakeside hotel, which, few days, as much of the grading can road in operation by next July or
Is* performed during the winter sea sooner and carrying logs, freight and
day rn route to the Miller ranch,
L. Gerlier with other improvements, sueh ns
passengers. It will be a standard-!
son to gisxi advantage.
wh-rc tn *jr will be wintered.
and \. T. latngell purchased last the laying out of groves, parks and
gauge road, with sixtv-pound rails.
1 lie I»blind Recuril reports till! Monday <><M> yearling cattle and 51 gardens, ami the providing for all the
! The cost of construction will tie $20,-
II. Ammerman haa returned to the li. »I ■ ! Is'.'f from the Warner \';*l- appurtenances of a first class summer
000 a mile. There will be only one
R 'gn • river valley from this county. fey st.s k Ui> iqiany. The cuttle will resort for tourists and others, will cost
bridge, which will span the Klamath j
He Is said to be In III health.
tx' .l'III' t.sl t.slav nt "artier canyon not less than »25.000.
river about two miles from Jenny !
Gov. T. T. Geer has returned to and Mill I m - wintered In Klamath. borders <>n th* Upper Klamath lake,
is noted far and near as I he
Salem after Ids three weeks* sltsenec Th- i. arllngs are s.ild to I k - a clloice and
over the prospective sale, during the
Write us for prices on Winter cloth-
I grandest place for hunting and lish- present week, of the immense projierty
In (Hilo, when- lv took a part In the lot of well lacd cattle.
ing, woolen underwear, shoes, rublier», |
campaign fur the republican party.
\V. Van Arwlale and groceiies, etc. We have a very large
Tlic Gr. .1 Northern railroad pro-
I health giving hot springs as . well as
Th m >. II. Scott, known as the Siskiyou stock of alaive goods. Our low prices
Presiding Elder Summerville of the ¡X», stuns'* electricity, pnKliiccd by
cold, and the pure air. together with Lunilier and Mercantile Co., at a re- will be a surprise to you. Make out a
31 E. <l<-ii niiln.itIon has lately le*eii Utilizile '»noqihilnric Falls, for pulling
scenery of lake. Islands and dis- |H-rte<l consideration of $3,000,000. liat ol what you want and let us give
looking after th* Intcrvsta of his
mountains, will assure to visi- This valuable plant comprises the Mc you prices.
THE DUFFY CO.
cliiirche» hi northern Lako county. the Hiimmlt of Hie Cascades.
Cloud River Railroad, which starts
must enjoyable retreat.
Northern P.iclllc Is also llguring
to inform his pa
from Upton on the S. 1*. Co.’s line and
’flic Ashl.iml silisin
The dwelling runs into the sugar pine timber belt trons and friends to come and get
similar power In run Its trains la*-1 Yieka Journal:
argTnd In thcsiipreim court on Mon
tween Portland and Mattle to the Inaisi* of J. B. Richardson and fam along the McCloud, that together with its 1 the potatoes this month at the pres
day of las' week. A decision Is ex
ily near lie rd, was burned' down various spurs comprises 2t miles of ent price of $1.50 per cwt.
summit *>f the CaHcades.
pected within ten day» from thill
track, 12 engines and large quantities of December 1, Spring lake potatoes
How it caught Is un rolling stock ; the immense saw mill at will tie worth two cents a pound.
turn from a hunting expedition ins! contents.
Arcordliig to the Lakeview Exam- week, brought back Imme with him known, and Is snp|x>sed to have liecn McCloud, that dining the present year
Feed your horses at the Klamath i
Iner, Win. Grob and George Batch
Mrs. will have an output of 73,000,000 feet of
a variety <>f game, mid especially a from the kitchen chimney.
feed stable. His prices are all right. !
elder of Laki« county Hlurtcd last
fine, fat and gmul looking bag of ItlchardsiHi sent one of the children
Welc for Ft. Klamath to buy I2o<> Mallard ducks, w Ith a genenms sup up stairs to get something, who on door factory at Upton, and the large
mercantile establishments at Sisson and
head of sheep.
ply of which In* duly rememlMTed I returning said there w.,s a big tire In Upton. The entire plant is about the
The citizens of largest of its kind on the Pacific Const
Laki view Examiner:
Geo. S. Ills friends, tills office among the the upper rooms.
300 dozen eggs of unquestionable
dls.-overcd the tire liefore Mis. and employs in its operalions about character.
Till*' DUFFY CO.
Nickerson arrived from Bidwell lust inimlHT. Hence came a royal dinner I
Kiniday and will remain until after and many thanks to Mr. V. for the Richardson, by noticing smoke com- HXXI men.
The reported purchasers of the Van
ling out of tlu* windows, and hurtled
1 he re it al io I». given |,y |||H sister, same,
to Hie scene, but could do nothing,
Second hand saddle, goixl as new.
Tlie quarantine of the Klamath
as the tire had gained loo much head ern syndicate headed by the millionaire new bridle and hacamore for sale by !
WHS Indian i servatlon by ('apt. O, C. way.
Mrs. Richardson succeeded In liimliermen. Thomas II. Walker it Sons, John Cullman. Call at this office.
of Minneapolis. The Walkers during
pi- i "
getting tlie organ outside, only to
C. M. Phelps, F’orestdale, Vt. says
Jhipkuis MIIK not prevent the use of tin* public burn up from tlie heat of the build the past few years have Iwen acquiring
immense holdings of timlier land—some Ills child was completely cured of a had
’ne eomfwilnan^^id the trial look road running through Hie reserva
The family lost everything, 3tX>,000 acres—in Siskiyou, Shasta ami case of eczema by the use ol DeWitt’s
tion. <>u that point (’apt. Appie
plai'e liefere Judge Willits.
and have the sympathy of all in their Modoc counties, and it is to secure an Witch Hazel Salve.
Beware of all
"If necessary to pass
loss, especially with winter so close at outlet ami market for this timlier that counterfeits.
A ernie Yiufen departed Tuesday
It Instantly relieves
lien>ss the reservation on the public
the purchase is made. This land is all piles.
morning for Ids home at London,
road, you can do mi , but you must
further back in the timber belt than is
Kentucky, lie- wus iiccomp.'inled as
J. L. Padgett & Sons, Reno.
keep aloof from all persons and
the property on which Van Arsdale &
Kir im Ashland by his father, J. I..
See those “Crater Lake” souvenir
Scott have been cutting their stumpage.
up the subject, for instance, of rail-
The principals to the deal are all said spoons at Van’s, the jeweler.
Many of tin* rich stock growers of
Ashland Tidings: Wallace Taylor,
roails. It was reported by the Ash- to l>e in San Francisco at the present
the Silver lake country have secured
New stock of wall paper just re-
11 cal tie min and ranch Kiiperhileiid-
land Record that Hie long contempla time arranging for the transfer ami it is
dour and other supplii*» in Klamath
in Klamath county, came In
ted railroad from Klamathon to ex|>ected that (tie sale will I m * completed celled at Baldwin’s, the hardware
horn t|)e nlirtii yesterday and re-1 county this fall. Their trade Is val Klamath Falls would lie commenced and the first payment made on Novetu- dealer.
uable and worth a big effort to se
turned on the evening train.
on tlu- 14th day of this month. Now I ht 15th.
Il would I h * desirable If a
In connection with and hinging on
I the snhl 14th day expires today, and
I he five or six houses nlTected with
Ninety front feet on Main street.
more direct stage line and mail ser
the consummation of this large deal is
’«"•ailed smallpox arc being rigidly vice could lie had with Silver lake. the question arises whether the the prospective building of a new lum No better business lots in town.
'|uarantlm*d. and It Is believed the I’lils inni other efforts would materl-
ber road from a point on the S. P. Co.'s quire at tills office.
•II hciwo can thus lx* kept from spread- allv help In bringing much additional will It to our joy, astonishment and line a short distance south of Klama
business to Klamath county.
thanksgiving actually start on Its thon up the Klamath river into the
NAILSI NAILS! $s PER KEO.
•ng and soon eradicated entirely.
The services In the
Ashland Tidings: W. D. Johnson
Steel Cut Nails, to close them out,
'""I family came in from Khimath church will •«' |i*t|*'ned until fur the report, and slowly tint surely hew and tlm erection of a new saw -mill and 50 kegs, at »5 per keg.
Falls Friday evening with private flier notice Is given, on account ofi Its Immortal way through the forests, box factory. It is said that Van Ars-
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
plow through the mud. blow out the dale A Scott will in the event of the
< "iiveyani'e, and on Saturday tisik the ».nallpox scare. The bazar that
The Hardware Dealer.
irausfcr of their property to the Eaat-
sout hixuind overland for Kansas was to have been held by tho ladles
Bili STORE I
Oliver Chilled Plows,
John Deere Steel Plows
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas
kets, Paints, Oils and Glass, Carpets and Lin
oleum, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines.
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
Clothing and Groceries.
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving
Hardware & Furniture Dealer
A. O. W. W. BUILDING
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
kL.WI.VHI FALLS, OREGON.
THE BRICK STORE
FULL STOCK OF
A BIG DEAL-WILL BOOM KLAM
ATM COUNTY TIMBER.
KLAMATH FALLS, OR
A LITTLE STORE,
FULL OF BIG GOODS
I. F. Davies,
Mail Distributor and General Roust
DAIRY, KLAMATH COUNTY, ORE.
GRIZZLE & BRYANT
For General Stone Work.
Cemetery Work of all Kinds a
All Work Guaranteed.
Shop Opposite New Feed Stable.
The Klamath County Lit6 Stock
Association will Y»y the abwve ro
wan! for the arrest and conviction of
any person or persons fffnfld jfwtlt.y «*
stealing or altering the marks or
brands of any slock belonging to any
member of this association.
Address Chas. Horton, President,
or J. O. Hamakffr, Secretary.