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time it mane a trip. Tlie drill h. s
K-eli pouudlllga»ilX ti.teligli blue oil
Tlie .mlui mu* Lookout lynching sliale. This I* just natile cotnpaiii’s
case on trial at Alturas continue* giM'luglst. I’rof. J. A. Slllgluy, sal'l
w Illi umiKitvd Interest and excite- it would l>e found.
ment. A day does not pass without
AX.CIDLNI At l X SHOT.
a report of vehement out bunts ot
wrath <>n the part of
court. These mental ebullltIon* fre
Boy Stanley, aged M yeafs. while
quently threaten personal violence. I handling a 22-csliber rifle last Tues
If there are no tragedies during or day morning, came near causing a
trngexly. He Is tlie son of Mr. ami
14 pounds sugar
luck which the proceedings of tlie Mrs. Frank Stanley, wlm live on tin
case do not indicate.
Ttie defense Tandy place, ill (liaise Lake valley.
7-cent beans ....
has been Introducing evidence tlie The boy was bent on going out hunt
past week, and among other efforts ing that morning, but was forbidden
has endeavored to discredit the I esti to du s" by bls mother.
25-oont can GyatPrR
nt til«' Fx
monv of Hutton and Morris, milo without the knowlege of Ills mother,
I Min. « >n
25-cent can peaches ...........
turned state's evidence, mid
lie got out the small rille and while
W. attempting to extract a cartridge ll.e
that tlie defendant, James
25-cent can apricots............ ,
Brown, is a man of good reputation. gun was accidentally discharged,
M. i . un Rvti
The San Francisco Call’s report says The bullet struck Ills sister Clara.
30-cent can Bart let pears .
that the trial Is evidently telling on aged 17. in tlie left lilp.
Sunday m 'I hm I, I*
30-cent can strawberries
aH concerned, and the jury are feel , ley immediately placed the wouii<l<<l FL Bovd. Stipi.
Plans and SpcdfiattitMi* Furnished on All Kindsol
ing keenly the close confinement mid girl in a buggy tlutt was standing nt
pick xi iiino
Buildings and Contracting and Building
15-oent can beans, three cans for
the labor ot listening to the witness ’ the door, amt littrrled with her to
First Sunday of <
on the Installment Plan.
es. S hih » of them arc very worn mid Lakeview. Dr. II.ill was called to m. uml 7: JO P- ■'••
15-cent can oysters, three cans for........
Xnioiig the liifin't« vnrivly <>| mstri I m I in.I work himi«l<« .| I,, Ho. i ,i||
Secund Sunday <>f each nmntli,
attend tlie ease, and prolied for the
’«. XX,,...I t arviiig Mair Rail», ll«bi«tn. and
15-cent package egg noodles ..............
11 - 1. II all.I 1'11011*1 XX ,<rh. s.i»|i Ihsir. an.l Itliii'l* t'ortirr »I'd Ha»,- |l|..y,
Third Sunday of
says that liad tlie l>all struck an liu-li
20-cent package coflee.............................
1 . ' r.,..<>'< <« D mn .11,4 \x in.i, - m i lun,,.». r<.i|.ii» „,,4 c, „ j.
The entertainment given at Jeff. higher tlie wound would doubtless a. m mid •
X .1. II xiimr i’.istor.
fl, 4.1. .I«r.|»»rv. I'uint« niiil Oil. M..<il4l"x ai<<l I. Io.
F I. s at <»',,,, ,| |<„lgw'
Wilsons in Langell Valley last Sat have proved fatal.
20-eent package II. (I. pancake flour
••■■I op'tnul »i'<l < ul Ola.«, XX iill l*a|vr. Furniture, rt> , u
urday evening, was a success, and all little bain Marie was in line of the
|l<»( unili and material, and in tli«> lalr.l an<l uin*l approu 4 .i< I,,.
report having a royal good time. leaden missile, and would proiiably
Refreshments MT.ed in the dining have lieen killed had her sister not
room were such ns could not fall to been In front of her. Dr. Hall antic
please the most fastidious.
ipates no serious coinplleation* to
Services were held at Lorella last follow as a result of tin- wound. The
W. W. IIAZI'N, Proprietor, ./
25-cent co lìce
Sunday at 11 a. m. by Rev. Ketclie- boy Roy is said tola' almost frantic
Buckingham and livelli
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
from grief over tlie uccident, and will
Other Goods in Proportion.
I mmi I s , sins s ami felts, at Ew ¡slot.
An Epworth League will be organ likely be a more obedient Kiy In the
I Miry, Oregon.
bonnlvi! by day, work nr mouth.
ized in our town Friday evening. future.
Grain bought mid sold.
Jan. 31. Everybody invited to at
FIliHT XVI TH I RAMI’.
I’as-fiigi’ts coiixcvrd to nil purls oi noiii I h in Oregon
tend, whether you are a Christian or
not; If you want to see the gixxi work
Ninety feet front on Maill .iii'l Xortlu’rii California ut th«’ xory loxxist raff*..
There was a regular Filipino ••Kit-
prosper in your community go to the
No better busi-
Telephone Connection Betxxccn Stable mid Hotel
schiol house and lend them a helping tie” at the Southern 1‘acltte depot on
Sunday. As a freight train was pull ness lots in town
ing out of the stat ion Conductor Jack at this office.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ben
NiHkc I or I’uMkallon-
XX'rlslcy obs< rvxd a hoK> hanging
wouldn't it be a fitting recognition nett, a bouncing boy.
Call at the RKl’t'ULli in offi.'e fur
of the worth of the state's leading,
A Methodist Episcopal church or- pulled him off. The fellow struck on tine job work.
most progressive and influential paper
ganization was effected here last tils feet ami tight Ing. He struck the
PhyiKinti nid Surgeon,
Published every Thursday by
to tender its brainy editor tlie sena
Sunday evening with a membership conductor several times In the face
All C a IU An*w**rcd I'rumptly Dey
torship. which would not only be a
before the latter could get straight BANNER
merited gift, but in which his sphere
A strange phenomenon was seen ened up. Thon tie started to run
I;, wi h it ♦ mi 14 . k i ' »ih
Emiri r * asd I’Kopairross.
of usefulness to the state would be
THI oLbFMT JOI MM At. IWYMB » »RDL I’» X TRI’ W
<'III! r t>|.r blfdk r«»| A,
No selection in the direction of Langell Valley along the train with Wrisley In hot
U 1 .
n-Mrsirrios otu :
A ••comet" pursuit. Just then Wallle Xt ilionev
! could bring more direct benefit to I last Sunday evening.
O»e yv«f («1 *dv*nre) ...............................
speeding at the rate of seven miles came running up with some orders
THURSDAY. JANUARY 30.
IDOL 1 Oregon or reflect more credit on the an hour toward the east with Fred
for the conductor, and the tramp
j judgment of its people. If the news
Maggie thinking he was .surrounded made a At Jo* Dartmouth Street. Boston.
paper profession is not barred from astride the "flerv monster.'
H<>n. C. W. Fulton of Astoria has
wild j.lb at Mahoney, breaking ills
political honors, let the wave of pop
announced himself as a candidate for
lint lirln, but otherwise not Injuring
ular sentiment sweep aside standing coining to our bouse.
the U. S. aenalorship to succeed Sen ! candidates temporarily and secure the
«i .1 in l.il «lli-tilii'S
XX'e extend our sympathy to the him. XX'allie countered with a stiff RASNKKor I. li. Il T II HI IsHIX'. loMI’.XSV
U> all h .Irra ,
, senatorial toga for the Oregonian edi
Both Admiral Schley and General tor. XX’ho is more deserving? or who have just learned of the death of plexus, which halt'd the imbo long
I • ■» . S -•
Miles have publicly declared that , would handle the high trust more their son Van. at Redding. Cal. The enough for the pursuing trainman to THE ll'Sxr.K I« • nr.' •
I« d * r »H KtuHî f>ii w. RO ru.í» • < hii t Hintf up
son and his wife were both in t tie ■ emne up. Tlie two clinched and fell «•f't.
they arc not seekers for the presi efficiently and acceptably?
Uf F*»«n V»L IRN, or I »H» •• IN. » ft RII IR
h<«piial at that place, sick with ty- almost under the moving train. Tlie RTWt IWIVR RK»I'IN«*. « Dil.f*. •»< A l-it. iaix I*
dency or any other office.
|Mftm<*nf: Reparla ul Ntsiril'ial la«iuf« *. <>ri
Proprietor of Freitjht Wo jam.
pimid fever: Van died, but the wife hobo got to bis feet first and continu Rina»
al rii *
•M i.'lllinr L'hlof al Ih t afltn. ht. w h', h ttr«U
Admiral Schley's reception at Chi
recovered after lingering for forty ed his flight, meeting on the* way a upon .piniuRl an.l •v«’ui»r r»» »»•: Mpirii Mr.
I»r|.art» ru», Il jH.rt. »>< atptrttnal l*hr
cago. and the demostration tendered
days. The family here were never brakem in. who landed on him amid ••«r
s. P. Kaabreret, who is acting as notifled of his death and burial, but ships wit II a piece of "air hose,” r<1 writer* in ihr world. Vic , rtr
him en route to that city from Wash
the agent for a colony of 300 Bohem
ington, are unmistakable
incidentally found it out through a doubling him up. By this time all TERMS or -eli ■ tlITI"* is IMI'!
ian families now located in Nebraska,
of the high popular esteem tn which
friend in Merrill.
The body was the tigtit was taken out of him and Ml
* Moni ti«
is on his way to Oregon to examine
he is held by the people.
exhumed and brought for interment the last seen of him lie was making Three Moulh*
Digests wh.xt you cat.
the Deschutes Valley with reference
•rcord time south, not even stopping
Tii < pc paraH ai contain* »11 of the
to its availability as homes for the
It is reported that Baker City
Ar»vrrT!«r wrnt * puhU*h»*>1 at t«««K (hr dlgvstati « *"d digests ail k'l'd* of
B<.nanza was treated to a bit of to pick up his hat. It was exciting cenia a on* , with
lor *)<•« «• atwl lime
two candidates whose friends w ill ask people he represents. He is accom
Itg'v.slnt ut n I ■ f and i ■ v. r
while it lasted.
fur nominations at the hands of the panied by an irrigation engineer, and excitement last Friday that drew the
fails to < i
i' . .i. w • < ■ ■" ■ ■ ••.' >•! Cleanliness and Good Work
tlie food )"U want. '1 •>•' »“• ’ sensitive
coming republican state cunvention. they will personally inspect the coun citizens to house tops, on fences, on
ORDER TH SHOW < XUSE.
stoma. Im cun take it ID H*»-*
Aho ptibllMi**« «t»d k» • )>* h t ••’■ •! Ui>.
They are C. A. Johns for governor try and gather data that will deter the bridge, and in fact to every con
and Krlall »<■"• n» •
tli.,u»ai.<l* of dv-tH-pt * n"n “• ’’’
Pr »grc»«l*e. Reformatorv. and *ll«a«llanoau•
for LONDON AHÍ
and Edward Everett Young for state mine whether these Bohemians will
cur-d »Her i-vrrytliing • I-’ fall"'
H<»ok•< •* ■ r •
Oregon, for tin- County of Klamath. phy
move to Oregon or not.
IANCASHfRE FIRE IMS. CO.
In the matter of tlie guardianship •4 npflx«- < Miau < »»• •. Hl lr« r uti api-ll« alioi»
Ant bm»k i>ubli«h »I In Kn Aland ur
reret and his engineer have been boy from Yainax. with a posse of of Samuel Sturts, a spendthrift.
nnfoutul priut, wHi b* will b, ii.ai. <>r »i
A bill proposing an annual expend
looking over several sections in Wy police In hot pursuit. The boy was
It appearing to this Court from tin-
but do you pood
iture of »3.000.000 for the reclama
b.MSdns'tbr I • tnW ITT AC'» ..'J'i.y
oming and Idaho, but they are not
Meet on tlw first ami llilrd Th»1»-
a I h . bi i.,u!o '*.i*li>»T'»In*.« >•" ■<* •«*•
tion of arid lands in the XVest will
yet entirely suited with what they for a distance of about ten miles, and by H. T. Anderson, the guardian of
daya< f ••»ri» monili
he reported favorably by the senate’s
The Boise Valley of landed in jail here for tlie night, tie- Storts. a spendthrift, praying for an
public lands committee and will
Idaho comes nearer meeting their ing the flrst occupant since the jail order of sale of certain real estate be
. iiiiK. iii M m t .
doubtless puss the upper branch of
B ill J ones ' boy
longing to said ward.
It is hereby
ideas of what they should have than was built.
x|. Il.iii ni'iiid. I III.III» .al Ser., AIM
In the house, however,
of Hi>- said
any other region yet visited.
INDICATIONS OF OIL.
ward and all person* Interest'«! in the
there is little hope for tlie measure.
attention has been drawn to th«-
said estate, appear before this Court
Oregonian: Representative Ton Deschutes country, however, and
on 2<Rli day of February, A. D. l®02,
Mak'-s daily trips •*»< h way hr Bar-
The progress of the big drill of the at 10 o’cl'x-k a. ni., at tlie Court
gue has signified in strong terms his they wish to examine it before recom
ten. S.<l.i Spring». Shake, I'okvga
Southern Oregon Oil Company's
opposition to any bill that proposes
qnl'ftlr «•-•••rt rn » if n-M.M fl frea wlHrfl.rf an
ma, il/.gging Camp,) Keuo,
Itivatith.n la pr.-hat.ir pMwdahl«‘.
These people have bad several plant at the well east of town the
to withdraw any part of the public
ti< 1.« •♦ tfirf If > • fld.’fitU
11 and I •« R'-nl'atrnta
then and th *re to show cause why an
frer Oldaat «*«*♦’') t-f
Nebraska, past few days ha* developed some order should not be granjed for the »«■nt
domain from settlement. In his last years’ experience with
Mui n A < >. rv.clve
Notary I’liMK »nJ
hl AMAIII I Al lA.ORK
letter to tlie Chamber of Commerce, which was represented to them as a unmistakably encouraging features. sale of such real estate, d<-M-rll*-d a* tprrud Wftut, • • ’• "Al C L.r. a, |u tha
read before the trustees of the body state of enexhaustible fertility, need On Tuesday some genuine oil “blos follows: East half of northwest quar
Till.AM HI !<■■* Noflt K.
ter and lot* one and two, S. ■ ij. ti 111,
A handa*»melf llloairafad waaklr.
January 14, he said:
None of the ing no artificial watering to make it soms" were encountered and brought
1 rrn I . ft
m'ltt i n < f af»T
J un i»i
Tp. 40 S., IL lo E., in Klamath
\ulir* i. In-ri4.» given tli.l '*"’[’*2
measures vet introduced proposing to fruitful. Now they are desirous of to tlie surface. In tlie early part of tlie county. Oregon.
Ami it Is furtlii-r
Illli l- 1» tlie '"Hili' Ire»«'!».» e'1
lease public lands of the United trying land that does need irrigation. afternoon the drill went through a ordered, that tills order shall Iw pub
Hrai < h Oft rc. <26 !•* HL. Wa ■■^*¡1.1 ’ < .
States for grazing purposes has yet They believe they can get better re stratification of very white sand, and lished three successive weeks, In the
Hint», pr.'l' -ted "»»¡"I I""”".'. irVf
Intel.......... .. f"1» ’¿l ...
been reported from any committee. sults from it. They have consider this was followed later by a forma Klamath Republican.
NubM-rlix* for IEKrrBt.li am .
7HW, . W4. ;"••
Dated this 2Stli day of January,
from tin» illate : No«.
So I have not given them my personal able means and wish to devise and tion of black bituminous sand, very 1002.
L. F. W illits .
7SI3, 7*211. 7v*2. 7*.'3. ;,ZI.
slM. W*' '*?
soft, out of which the drill would
examination. It hardly seems pos
m., mid 7*:!.'f, 7*0. "•Jltl. 7 *■•■'•.
HUM!. sn|H, 7*7'.»
sible that any measure will tie report
7".;7. "IM' C?'
7H!>4. /siri N'Sl. 71* L Hi.ll.7tiM. ’’“•
Don’t Live Together.
ed from any committee proposing to able they will secure a large tract of subatance as black as Ink.
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withdraw any portion of the public land and locate the whole colony F'red Marsh, who is disposed to kft
ho ,'". 71M». MUA, SITO.
Constipation and health never go
very conservative, was not i a little
7II3H, »1'1. *1 H>. SUU.
land from settlement.
I><• Witt's Little Early
Hoss, 7*11. *l*'l, SI'S. I »'"*■
does not seem possible that such a
Diti l ni KliHimih 1
bill, If reported, would stand the railroad through tlie valley this year could not wholly repress his enthus
'.'nd day oi .Iwniirtfv II ll»rj.
bowels without distress.
II. 1 1. X 1. ,X "
slightest chance to be enacted into encourages them to immediate ac iasm. In his experience In the Pen been troubled with costlvcness nine
< „.iniv TrrM'in*'.
nsylvania oil fields these conforma
law. 1 certainly should oppf>se it
Careful Attention Given
Children I »pccta»? ,I>W*'
This will be no socialist commun tions almost invariably portended the years,” says J. f). Green, Depnuw.
with all the means in my power.
Ind. ”1 have tried many remedies
ity. The people will hold their prop discovery of oil.
Burns, brills' * i"1'1 ru'* *7..^
The Oregonian lias given publicity erty in severalty, and each manage ments yesterday brought tlie drill imt Little Fairly Risers give best. re- Office: At the Telegraph
trcmely painful and if n,’’i
J. L 1 Ulh.
to maneuvers in tlie interest of return his holdings as he pleases and take again in contact with the white sand
I!. M. GIIII1HT,
result In bliH"l |»"I h »> h I i >K-
A Profitable Investment.
ing Senator Simon to the United the reward of his own industry. But stone which was somewhat harder,
I’rupriclor. arc especially ll.'iblr «> M"'1'
Some Simon organ they are people of congenial tastes but Superintendent Foster reported
KLAMATH I ALLS, OR.
“I was troubled for about seven
trt*eiiiiNr not mi c;ir< rill.
rises to explain that the Oregonian ls and, moreover, they are frugal and last night that strong Indication of
Child Worth Hllloii».
years with my stomach and in lied
actuated by the political ambition of industrious. By having tiieir own gas were being encountered.
half my time,” says E. liemhk,
“My child is worth million* to
that paper's editor.
It is easy to countrymen as neighbors and co
The work of drilling is proceeding
Somerville, Ind. “I spent about ♦ !,-
Daily from Ager to Klamath Hot me,” says Mrs. Mary Bird of llarrls- tlie pain. so-'U in •>,M ll'*’
Impute selfish or wrong motives to workers they expect to find life In cautiously, as it is desired to avoid,
000 and never could get any thing to Springs, Ken», Klamath Full*, Dairy, buig, I’a, "yet I would have lost her „areofemiuterf-H»-
the utterances of a newspaper, and tlie new country pleasanter than it If possible, any more of the disheart
help me until I tried Kodol Dyspep Bonanz.s, Illy mid Lakeview.
by croup had I not purchased a bot piles. DeWitt’s Wlh'h I'"* 1<n
that is often done when opponents or would be among strangers, however ening accidents such as are so com
sia Cure. I have taken a few Kit
cured IIIV baby of f'7''"u (
Tins mon in drilling at so great a depth.
fault-finders have no more tangible well disposed they might be.
Daily from Lakeview to Blv, Bonanza, tle of Om* Minnie Cmigli Cure." One
ties and am entirely well.”
Dairy, KI hiiih II i Falls, Kein», Kluniath Minute Cough Cure Is sure cure for physicians gave ,||J ">’■
grounds on which to base a kick. will contribute to contentment and In tlie soft formation encountered
don't live by what you cat, Imt by Hot springs hih I Agi r.
While It is safe to say that the Ore
that Tuesday, the drillers made 20 feet.
what you digest ami assimilate.
¡troubles. An absolutely safe cough • •The *'f'» Wf’rr ""
gonian Ims not and will not shape its there are about 1000 persons in the Yesterday, the progress was slower,
your stomach doesn’t digest your food
' tire which acts immediately.
The lo five iliesse* a
policy to exalt Mr. Scott to the Uni colony looking for a home in the val- being 14 feet.
About 50 feet, of
you arc really starving. Kodol Dys
Buy < >. Slim t's Spriffif J“**
youngest child can lake it wllh en
ted States acnatorship, why isn’t he ley of the Deschutes.
They will depth has been added to the long pepsia Cure does the stomach's work
ts desirable and as deserving as any probaldy move West before the end hole since drilling was resumed a few
hrs; tliey «f' •l1,‘ h‘ h,' *’
by digesting tlie food. You don't
taste and temember liow often It
man in tlie state for that distinguish of tiiis year.
pound nt H'c r!l111 '
have to diet. Eat all you want. Ko
helped them. Every family slnmld
ed office? There is no abler or more
It is given out I hat on Friday dol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach
For News of«»’«
Kee the notice of the county clerk evening, at the depth of SO feet the
have a Kot He of One Minute Cough
active champion of Oregon’s Heeds
Cure handy. At this season espec
♦ han Mr. Scott, and there Is no
big drill of the Umpqua Valley f)il
Head the San ,,riU"
♦ tition that compares with tlie Ore tering for the election two years ago, Company, on the White place near
ially It may tie needed suddenly.
A full line of Buckingham and
Fifty cents per "’""J' .
gonlan, of which lie Is the honored will not suffice for the election next Myrtle Creek, struck a seepage of Hecht Ixmls and shoes men's and
All kinds of syrups, dried fruit, large L-K-pag-Hi.Klnyj^^j^ji
head, in promoting tlie growth and June, but must l>e done again or the petroleum, Hie sand pump bringing up ladles’ for winter wear at tlie Ex-
fresh ham, bacon mid lard and sor for Milinple ' "I'.X
wslfare of Oregon.
Then why voter win lose bis vote.
from one pint to a quart of oil every celslor. Dairy. Oi.
ghum, al tli<. Eseelsor, Dairy, or. e,' St. s.m H»ti<w
ai ihr a *
That Never Fail To Bring Business: J
FALLS I'LAMNIi MILLS’,
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
THE DUFFY CO’S STORE
the grocer 44
ENCI 1,\.X< '.IC
H UAI H JCS
T. H. MOORE,
F• i). RI-AMI^; M.i).
W. HUSE & SON,
j. n. m (X) re ,
J. B. MOORE,
Ashland and K!an;aíh Falls
C. H. WITHROW.
STATE LAMI BflARO.
MUNN & Co.3™"—’ New York
L MCNAUGHTON. Prop.