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kepi lite audience In H high state of
gissi humor tliroiighniit Die evening.
I iiik I and Km Frunctaeo.
i The Ir soiigs. reclt il Ime» atul short
rilUlt>l>AY. FEHItt'AltY 27. B<»2
1 M M. it.-. 1 ,M1(| Thomas Vwalher- comedies are tiew and interest log.
slone, i iiat;., ,| W|(|| burglary In Jack-
Y’reku Journal: Abati slxiy meu
fro)ll thè Jack- are Imslly engaged in gradlng for thè
Village oloctlon oom«» off March io. ’“,n''II'')*H "u Simday nlglit of last imw rallroad up thè Klam.ith rlver
w,'k Me 1 Iff * irmi-uffers a reward troni l.alrd's piace Ibis siile of Klam-
J m Ry*"
From Klatnstbun of imo f,,r ,r(MU|pt.ur(. ,,f ijM. atbon, and bave compleicd conxldei-
ut,),. road b<l. The late stortila bave
The me*u«m hvl a meollng Mon-
Tli» stagi, frolli Agcr due bete inlcrferrd wllh lliolr labint, iiiaklng
'Tiienday iiiornlng did iwt arrive until i,,v, r the
J. H. Agvr of Agvr, Calif., wus 1 •■«cuing on account of an acoldent mild, which Is also haul Io handli
will'I* '«• urrnt ungr chase's station. when wet. As soon as dry, belt led
went her comes, a mill'll larger force
C K Hoyt of FL Klamatli was In A wheel wi|h broken. Tills. a«l«b'
Is Io b- pul on, In order lo bulbi as
bid run,., in i-wuirlly caused
quickly us |H«sslbl«' to Ilii* tlmbr
II. K. Ilellorof Hah'in itrrlvcd ul slderalili di l.n.
Mrs I . p, tklns. wife of Geo, w. Helds around Pokeganut, al the On
Hila plue« Friday.
gon bmndary line.
N. li I’lillHp* "T !>ist flVlT WHH at Perkins of laiki'vlew, died at Iler
Hon. II. E. Ankeny arrived here
mi p|;l,.(. ¡aMl week, aged
the Fall» Monday.
37 ycai,. || muni
Smidny «'veiling to at tend th«1 stock-
Frank Grayball of Merrill was it
B* »id. »1, 1 [Mrenls and broUivrs and holders* meeting of the Klamath
Falls visit«* Tuesday.
Built Mr. Ank
slsi.i» In'I. iu-x a liitaliand and un Falls Irrlgatlug Co.
Dr. Reum«'» made a profesalnnal
eny ami Mr. Marple, who was cotivey-
visit I'» Keim Tuesday.
M< it. infi.riiH ij (hut Topsy grade, Ing him to this place, were connldcr-
Margaret Tack arrival here from led w...n I,. I(. 4I|(| iij,. ru||ri-Mj(
' ably brulsetl as the result of a runa
Grants Pa* bud Frlduy.
|l',""'',| "' md very mucli In want of
R F. *kmn of l.akevlew wax In rcp.iir. |' |s v,.ry precipitous ami creek, tilie of tlie horses la-i'ame
are the best that
Klamath Fall» yesta-nlay.
in i d» ro>, n nioii-d and otherwise frightened, Ixilli ran and jerkwl and
the two occupants of the vehicle
j F. Adsma of Merrill was at the
lb - should t>e done before
skill can pro
411 R<*<‘|<h*||t <F'< him ,
Fall* ”•* •> ii »I* i ,' s * '!Yi<-»«l4y.
Tlie buggy was badh-y wrecked.
duce, and at an
M. It. Hart of Lakeport, í'uiir.
1 bi- K iinalli Falls Irrigating Com-
F'orliinulcly neither Mr. Ankney
was .ni arrival bora Saturday.
pun li.id a un . 1 nig at tii«. Klamath,
Mr. Marple was seriously hurt.
Fl»g* were Hying here Saturday In •oimiy II,mi, Monday afternoon,
M imiks ' s lloine Company Showed
for ten years.
Ipamrof WadilngUni’a blrtbiay.
la-fore a large and appreciative audl-
G W. Fbti ami Chas, liun h
For sale by
cni'«'at Bonanza Friday night.
Merrill were In KI miis II i F.ill* Mon biislii. SS of hjieclal Interest to th«* people of Bonanza were highly |.leas-
piililn- w is 1 r.mxai tixl.
c«l with the ettecllcnt eumedy of Hie
A »lil.iud Tiding«:
Hervey Lind- entertainment, and I lie mcmliers of
Mrs GaMM.it of Lakeview stopp««l
lierr Saturday cu route to tin* rail ley ‘ .line 011 r from Klauiathcn y<m- the company returned well sat Islicd
*• rd n afterii'Hin mid li ft this morn
witli tlie 1 reatment which they re
r> . m L
ing for Illi' north.
While liere ll< celved.
A «lance, lasting imt II 5
X. N. Drew «if Dairy amt l
Mid that tin new railroad running : o'clock t he next lliorillug, followed
Lewnant of illy were Falls V IMIurs
from Rilrils would lx- complrt««! to | 1 tlie enterlalnnieiit, and
l'«»K' g.im.i. lire., by the 1st of July. i music iiik I general goo«l
|»r. Reame» was **lh'«l to Me« rill
tslil.iinl Ibsord: The late rain was an enj«iyable is'casion. Al mid-
la»t week by the HI« icm > of II. F.
sbirtn provixl highly b-m Helal to the night a sumptuous siip|s-r was served
Ninlth s child.
li.kt'g.ima sugar I’m«' Lumber Co. at Hotel Morine.
A. H. Hlhlcrlirand of Gietiwi»,!. at KI.nii.iHii.il, by raising tlie Klam
entertainment, dance and supper
lie 1» ath rhrr fur floating down logs. Over
Minn., arrivisi here Nsturday
were a slg-nal siK'cess and met the
king for timber.
2.0O0,000 feet have lavn Mill Ini’ highest expectations of all In attend
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Two keys han l»os»i found and left down, which gives the mill a full ance.
■t thia offbe by E I. Apliégate, tn supply with mote Oil tlie wav.
Nome ranchers bare erroneously
wb«m owner k I iuii I i I apply.
i'l.'llan W. smith, yiningrxt son of miderstoiMl that they would I h - re- Washington. The hatchet drill by ence, so far. at least, as commercial
Chas. Horton, P <Y»llaii»n and Xlf Mr. and Mr». II. E. Nmltli of Mcr- qulrcd to pay the binds on their the primary boys in Mrs.
Nicker- fame is concerned—and it is a species
Wallis of Ik mama wwrr doing bual- rill, dl.sl Monday morning nt
s property In furthering th«' new Irri- son's department would do credit in of fame by no means to be despised.
i,rM tn Klamath Kalla Monday.
«>'v|i«'k, b-lng ag.xl one year ami gatl«m enterprise, t«'sides piiylng for any school in the land,
The flag [ Ask any New Y’ork apple merchant
ISaHinaater Csatel S.ui added aotne eight d.irx.
The plan is to drill In Mrs. Foster's room was ex- | what state stands first in apple pro-
Fiinerul services were the iim * of water.
It held al Merrill Tuesday afternoon at create a sinking fund, steadily in- ceedingly good. Master Kred John 1-
new Tik i»'!’« to the piMtonte«'.
1 duct ion. on the point of quality, and
la a very d>xiir4blc Improvement.
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In their b'reavement, tin- creased from sales of waler, and son covered himself with glory in tell I- Ii«' will promptly answer "Oregon;”
family have th«' sympathy of many from I hat source pay running expen ing us some things
abiut Washington. - ask him what district of Oregon |
Quarantine rest rtcLIona were rc-
ses and Int« rest and finally wl|M- out The
.... and he will answer •
moved from the raaldencc of 1 11. frl«'iii|».
tn | | > --li.RHi
ii.fi, ” t ask him whose Indi- 4^
« w »si rivnr«
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Tin* cost to the con through
bliorl of Spring bike Iasi Thursday.
\t last ai-coimts the \xhland oil thelMinds.
pared by Superintendent Anna vidua! brand is worth most and he
T. H Honre depart«-d Sunday on well had reached a d<-ptli of IH30 sumer of water from the start will Iieen s|
Smith's ” ...........
not exceed II per acre, and in time. C. Eg.Ill uni lift able corps of teach-, will say "E. L.
a bualncaa Visit to Medfoni.
ers. MrsCragg. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. | explains why Mr. Smith is entitled 4*
pecta to return llie latter part of
' More cable has b'rn ordered. No oil prlre will drop to a very low rate, Nickerson. Following is the pro to give counsel to apple men. Spray-
ing, Mr. Smith declares. Is the first |
1» yet, hut pri«i|«s'ts continue gmxl. merely lilglt emiuglt to defray cur gram:
George Chaat tin and wife, Rol,i
Battle Hymn of the Republic, ' essential of successful apple-growing. I
The rate will be
1, Gosa and w ife and Claud Cliast.iln
or at least it is the thing without I
Tlie larger pupils.
oil, It may tap China and thus short- uniform, as the law requires.
departed today for ttwir new home ul
which succtsw in applegrowing is not
■ ii tin- mute to the Orient.
HU 11«If». M.Hilan».
possible; and here is the formula
\t tlie eiincliiKlan «if the Quaker
Hardt !a>ng illslurated the hsuw
which he reccominends after many
r>..'t..f»' 1 nti-rtalninent
Kat iinla • v I complete their organization.
of bis right all ulrli-rnn Hie tttlh Inst
years’ experimentation and of success:
liter* was a ple-eailng «'onlest, pnr-
DEATH OF COL. N. I». KNIGHT.
While loading 11 wagvui With I»4ev
White arsenic, one pound: sal.svxia,
Birthday of Washington, Edwin
tii |pn!<*<l m by thme btys and won
Dr. Reame», was caHed
t wo pounds; b>il for 15 minutes, or
hv Kirk Hcldrlek.
it nffordi-d much
until the ll«|Uid becomes clear; add
Hatchet drill. primary pupils.
t taht sptani lift! «»f pure eMer amiisenicnt.
Next Saturday night time lived in Klamath Kulls, having
Washington's Kiss, Joseph Jack- enough water to make up for evapor
etnepev, Awe t Inu-a per day. Is an a w«x,<l-»aw Ing contest fur ladles w ill b-en Interested In the stock business
ation, or until the billed material
aívHet» pt«-rentier of smallpox. 1» therliwlng feature of the program. In this county, was found dead In Ills son.
Ho says th* American Medical Jour
* ¡rant Chlhlem who tixetl t 1 live mom In the Hotel Willamette at qulnn.
In Klam itlt county where lie has Salem on Tuesday morning of last
The Stars Ball, larger pupils.
Tlie Kianiincr reports that there mam friends, met with a frightful week. He died from heart failure,
of fresh slaked lime.
Washington. Billet Lobert.
are only two cases of smallpnx left aecidi'iit In a quarts mine in Sis- bls health the day Iw-fore his death
This formula waa print'd in yester-1
Washington the First Man, cliMiS
In Lakeview and I t»*y will *>H,n b- kivuii eoimly. Calif., on Monday of lielng apparently as gissi as ever.
day’s Oregonian in the report of al
rre«ivered and rcleaaad from quaraii- l.wt week.
Wliile removing quartz He was agili *12 years, and a nativi'
Conscience. Rena Mann.
from an "Id tunnel, a cave-ln caught of Delaware. Ills wife, who was a
Mr. N o I sh I v . Wallace Pedro.
Benwwi of this pince him. breaking ime leg at the thigh,
we here print it again.
Every Ore- j
Dead Itoll. Ikirothy Allen.
There Is one
act«! «a toaxt-mastar nt a banquet tracturing Ills collar t«nie and b.ully Miller, died In lKixi.
gon applegrower ought to commit it I
Didn't mean to. Hattie Mann.
son. Winter M. Knight of Portland,
given by th«' Order of Elks nt Med- mashing bls right band.
Columbia's Children, larger pupils. to memory; and, lest be forget it. he ;
and two daughters. Miss Portia
ford on Wednesday evening of last
will do well to paste it in his hat.
The railroad building from Eureka,
Our Country, six girls.
K nigh I. tin-actress now in laaidon,
Just a Hundred Y'ears t«x> 1 Sunn, "Spray without ceasing!” is an in- •
which it is report«'*! will ultimately
and Miss Silvia Knight of Portland.
junction which the apple grower 1
Mrs. W II. Kim¡*«n ami daughter ciinne«'t with one of the northern
Col. Knight had Is-en engaged for
ought to write down as number!
««f N.iylox depirti'd from here S.ilur trans>v>nt Inent al lines, will ticc«'ssarl-
Flag exercise, twelve Ixivs.
many years in the practice of law at
day on a visit to Santa Rosa. Calif. ly nv tie- pa»» through the Caar.tdcs
the eleven in his list of sacred com-:
They were taken to the railroad by In tills county. It 1» one of the few
assembly hall on the evening of the mandments; and Mr. Smith's formula
paNM-s through the mountains and
from K lamath agency .
¡22nd. Our genial musicians. Miss will greatly aid him in what he may
Nickerson. Miss Allen, J. B. C. Tay well regard as a moral and religious
The Daughters of Rebekah of this
E ihtoh R ki 'I lil.li vs :
lor. Harry Moinyer and Mr. Morgan, duty.
place are preparing to give a calim line to Klamath Falls.
furnished the music, which w:ia ex
ball In Houston's opera b«>ime on tlw that the new ma«l will touch Redding i"g are" ,,n.v Items in your
REGISTRATION notice .
I will re
evening of Marell 14.
A grand time
1.»-atkm of that town.
,hc AKC”,--V is still in
Registration for the coming elec
Since C. V. Looslev has learned to
tion was opened at the County
Mat Sunday, I» It. Applegate sc
It Is reported that In the case of
Clerk's office on Monday, the titli day
Altlimigli the roiuls arc very had
• man on the walk.
««mipanted his daughter, Miss lbs the Klamath River Liimb-r A Im-1
of January, 1902.
Justice of the
at present. we have some hopes of
It this dis's not find the wav to
ale, to Chase's station, where stir provement Co. va . tlie l'okegama
Peace and Notaries Public of outside
getting out stxm, and all look for-
1 the waste Isisket. I'll come again.
commenend teaching a term of sugar Pine laimlx'r ('«>., bitli of
precincts desiring bxiks and blanks
ward to an early spring.
Two S hoes .
school on Monday.
Klamaihon, Calif., a deelsion ha»
for registration purposes may procure
Is all gon«' and the grass is started.
Five eclipses three of the sun Mild I h rii rendere*! to thè cffect tliat !
same upon application to the clerk.
••SPRAY WITHOUT CEASING.”
two of the moon, are scheduled for plalnliff is entltled to a judgment of |
J ambs H. D kiscoll .
* ■ i.o l.sn, wltli legai Interest frolli l:l ••"K'’ |*»nth«T, which measured
this year. Only une, 11 total cellpsr of
I Ile animal had Iveen
I lie mis in Oetolier III, will tic vlalhlc March 29. 1*98, iis net proHls 011 si'ven feci.
Mi. E. L. Smith, of Hood River,
!■> ,00.000 feet ami »15,127.25, as maklng thè waxxls
in the t’nlled States.
until Ed. is doing a gteat seivlce to the produc
net prutlts on
un t ili«'ex«'«'sa
he execs*« of I thè
___ x'ia'ams for some time.
At a meeting of the central com
1 purpose leaving Klamath Kulls
in. i « xi . ooo feet, and also costs of got on his t rail and made short
he is making to keep Its apple or about April 1st. 1902, ami now offer
mittee In lYirtland last Thursday,
i of his panthershlp.
chards clear of pests. Mr. Smith is no all ntv household gixxls for sale, to I
•t was d«fclil«*d to hold the congress ' smt.
There lias Ix'eii some sickness here
mere theorist: he is no book farmer. gether with a few popular books,
ional convention for the First dis
from gripi»'. but all are on the road
Ills tel.ilionship to the apple Indus- especially suited for a school or
• rlct nt ItoKcbiirg, April 1.
| M ix II. I'. tialarneaii and the die
trv is tli.it of a practical man who library. Call at the Presbyteiian
Two 1,„I, "'llsble ilramatle |»erformers who ex-
The many friends of Miss Egan works with his own hands and not
ihs 'I to join their company here,
dred and twenty-five new township ; *
lx' pleasctl to learn thill she has only with Ills hands. I ut with Ills
tlgure on leaving this place on their
J. M. M c C omb .
plats were received at tlie Lakeview
head as well. To him more Ilian to
theatrical tour nbmt the 17th of reioverixl from her rtx'ent Illness.
land office during the past week, io
Frank L. Applegate has gone to any idher individual is due the high
A full line of groceries.
Mai<h. They will proliably give a
take the place of those l<«t in the big
few entertalnmentH here lieforo de- Valnax to Hll the position of teacher. repute in whleh the Oregon apple medicines of all kinds enough to
patting. Tills is eminently proper. Mr. Malone resigning on account of standsjn the general markets, and kill you If sick, make you sick if not,
Frank's many friends Ills place nt Hood river Is easily the continually on hand at the Excelsior,
Roy Wright and Win. Wilson re Klamath Kails people will be anxious III health,
turned Friday from the Klamatli to enjoy the talent of the company here gave him a surprise party | most famous apple orchard In exlst- Dairy, Or.
river lielow Keno, where they had when It Is complete and will turn out Jon the eve of Ills departure,1
The former came (1|| nlltwM. IUII| make the initial en- ! which was 11 very enjoyable affair.
[ Interesting games wete indulged In
Imine sick. They caught a number gag,.nlent a big success.
lt I until 10 p. m., when numh rs were
of minks and raccoons.
The free entertainments given
drawn and all were invited Into the
Mrs. Alex Martin, Mrs. E. W. the Quaker Doctors' cmnnany aitrnct
(lining rtxiltl where the hostess. Mrs.
Gowen, Mm. W. C. Johnson, Miss (. , row
and R give
good ... s.atls-
(1. C. Applegate, servevl the daintiest
Clara Graves and Frank Ward
went fa,.(|i.n. Saturday
an ad- of cake and ice cream.
lo Merrill Monday to attend th«1 fun-1 llt|ss|on fee of 25 cents was
home feeling well paid for partlelpat-
end of the infant, child of Mr.
mid Mn(| (he opera house was tilled, the
p Ing In the gallics of youth.
Mrs. II. E. Smith.
The Indian schixil children gave a
Harry Bailey, receiver of the U. S. eliibiratc Hum usual.
entertainment, last Friday
lund office ut Lakeview, tinti Lxx' ut tl><‘ pimío mid Mr.
’« • «»•«! iti
cutncdy cliuruct.'rs evening in honor ol the birthday ut
Beall, treasurer of Luke county, ar-
4. > 4.4. * - ► .fc
4 ♦ * M>
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves, 4’
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas I
kets, Paints, Oils and Glass, Carpets and Lin
oleum, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines.
-S tiletto -
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
Clothing and Groceries.
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving.
Hardware & Furniture Dealer.
A. O. V. VvZ. BUILDING,
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
THE BRICK STORE
FULL STOCK OF
reames & J ennings ,
KLAMATH FALLS, OR
A LITTLE STORE,
FULL OF BIG GOODS
I. F. Davies,
Mail Distributor and General Roust
DAIRY, KLAMATH COUNTY,
Order your Easter
sample patterns just
received. For tailor
suits to order at $io
to $25. Call in and see san
pies and let ns take your order.
GRIZZLE & BRYANT
For General Stone Wert.
Cemetery Work of al
AN Work Gt
Shop Opposite New F eed
The Klamath County Live Stock
Association will pay the above r*.
w 11 rd"for the arrest and c>onvtc.tion <tf
any person or persons found guilipaf
stealing or altering the mania or
brands of any stock belonging to any
memlier of this association.
Address Chas. Horton, President
or J. O. Hamaker.Sccr tarjr.