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«umber who come would hi- multi.
^ urfday ,
I B. Wilson camj up front Merrill
besides timber to
lQ , eil(.((Ur
railroad, Bh(J J. . Kuturduy.
,,f a railroad,
one Is the
army, ( J. H. Bulley of Hituke was in town
oftourisfo which will mvgde
invade this Saturday.
Thliweok the now dynainu
L. R. Loomis arrived Sunday front
the electric power house Is being In- country every summer If they can
get here with ease and comfort.
Ht. Pau), Minn.
„tailed for «*•
Myriads of little t()ttdM wcrt. fr|Mkjn_
W. K. Spence of Rock creek was
X Cartel has commenced the foun
uloiiK Main street on Monday. They here over Sunday.
dation for a new dwelling on hie
were thickest nenr the river.
D. W. Ryan was down from Ft.
place In West Klamath Falla.
Mid they were migrating from the
j c Oliver baa »old Ills Interest In
‘•wer swamp, to Upper Klamath
Robertson of Salem wa* an
UieLske»!«* Rustler to Chiu. A. lake, und
and we are told that a
Fitch, snd the paper will lie run toads passing through town million arrival here Sunday.
hereafter by the tirm of Moore A unprecedented.
Geo. Morgan of Seattle was un ar-
Ono dHyt nome
years ago, the sidewalks were black
Lake>l«w has a pear tree which la with them ami they often stampeded
W. D. Bridleman of Union, Oreg.,
blooming for the secund time this ‘""I P11''1’ "P *'• a jumping, kicking arrived here Sunday.
tear. Heoce l,,,,rc w,,‘ ,M‘ tw" croP- mass a f(H,t deep. They are as harm-
H. F. Mulkey of Ashland was here!
o( pear» -one In Hcptoinbur and one less as our snakes ami nearly If not the latter part of lust week.
quite as beneficial. While t he snakes
Daniel Cronemiller of Ft. Klam
X report camo here yesterday that destroy rattlesnakes and noxious ver- ath was a Falls visitor Saturday.
Henry Hoover, who Jived on the mln, toad» devote particular atten
F. W. Davenport of Marysville, |
Xlamath river, was shot al Klamath- tion to atomic poison» In the alr- Calif., arrived here the first of the
Further particular» Botliare Indispensable contributors week.
•otheg.Msl health and comfort of
we did nut hear.
Geo. W. and C. V. Loosley of
The Oregonian reports tho dis-
are the best that
In favor Klamath Agency were here last
nilMal >’f Gilbert 0. Lapliam'a appeal 1, and unjust to __ discriminate
to the supreme court from Judge
Mrs. E. W. Gowen entertained a
Benson » decree In Hie Flail Hole
A BOY DROWNED,
parly of lady friend» at tea Monday
and at an
creek water suit, thus leaving the
Royal Aubrey, aged in years, son afternoon.
decree as tlrst entered.
of Irvine Aubrey of Merrill, was
F. S. Brandon and wife and Ml««
We sre informed that the tele- drowned In Loat river about
___ 300 Rose Whitney of Merrill were In
for ten years.
phone line, building to Klamath
yards above the bridge at Merrill on town Tuesday.
Falls fiom Ashland, reached a point Hu|)()1|V uf|(ini K
For sale by
on at 1 o'clock. The
Judge Geo. T. Baldwin left for
eight miles thia side of I’okegama r..„-------
young man was bathing In ti e river Shovel creek Tuesday, accompanied
krtweek. Nut many more week, ¡„d waa rtonc”
----------- He could not swim by Phologruplter Camp.
before It will touch thia place.
I I and stepping Into a hole over his
R. M. Richardson, who is traveling
It was reported the first of tbe head lie could not save himself. Peo
for the 11. S. Crocker Co., of Sacra
week that Henry Jackaott, richest ple living in tlie vicinity saw film go
mento, was here over Sunday.
Indian on the Klamath reservation, to tlie river but no one witnessed his
R. R. Robinson, G. W. Hunt, L. J.
had been allot twice through the unfortunate fate.
Ills failure to
and Thon. Lindsey of
face, but not dangerously wounded. arrive home aroused the anxiety and
were here Sunday.
We did not hear any particulars, nor search of his parents and others,
Capt. J. W. Siemens arrived home
is the report c«ndrin«l.
with the result that his dead body
J. W. Mackay, the well known whs found on Monday in Lost river. Sunday from Portland where lie at
tended tbe A. O. U. W. grand lodge. '
mining king whose weal’ ll pr<x1u< tng It la a sad dentil and one which
A. C. Griffith cantc down from I
operations centered In California and slh.uld be a warning to other boys
I Odessa with bis boat yesterday to
Nevada, died In London on Bunday. who go Into the rivers and lakes to
take the excursionists up the lake to
He bad homes In London, Paris, bathe and swim.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
New York and Han Francisco.
C. 8. Moore and sons, Charles and
leaves a wife and one eon.
Last Thursday Mr. Rutenlc visited 1 John, will arrive here tomorrow on I
The school board baa elected teach
ers for the coining year with the ex Bonanza acting for Coroner Kearnes, tbelr way to Salem from tbeir out
They wdio was compelled to remain at the ing at Spring creek.
ception of primary teacher,
Maj. J. N. High and wife departed ,
are: J. K Geddes of Mill City, Or., Falls, detained by the critical lllneM
morning for California
principal; Eliiabeth M. Gill of New- of Mrs. Nall. Geo. W. Loosley, sup ' Monday
expect to return here
berg, Or., aaalataol principal*, Mln-
errs K. Call of Portland, I uterine-
ing of the body of an aged Indian) Alex. Martin Jr. and son and Dr. I
woman, who was known familiarly Aiken and daughter and Mrs. Huff
J. L. Flaher of thia place met with
as "Doctor llannah," In Lost river,' and daughter returned Tuesday from 1
a painful and disabling accident on
CHITWOOD «& co.
about a mile above Bonanza.
Jus tbelr outing at Spring creek.
Tuesday afternoon. He was working
£V"Bring us your prescriptions.
tice of the Peace Chastuln refused to
Mrs. R. I. Hammond returned
In Moore's sawmill, when In some
hold an Inquest, and Dr. Johnson re yesterday from Portland where »he
way i he was
«o caught, by the machlit-
and hla leg was broken.
lie w:ut fusing to examine the body, Messrs. visited relatives and attended tbe;
Rutenlc and Loosley with the help grand lodge of the Degree of Honor.
taken to Hotel Linkrlllo and Dr.
of Indians from the agency. took the
IIargtis reduced the fracture.
Mr». II. F. Schallock and daugh
1 <sly from the si ream, where It had
•Miss Halloway who has lieen an been carefully hid In a clump of flags ter. Mrs. C. IL Daggett, arc In Port
rfflclent teacher In the Klamath Falls ami tules. It w>as Identified by the land, the latter to secure medical
school for several yearn, leaves next Indians as the body of "Doctor Han treatment. Claude Daggett accotn- >
month for a point in Alaak.i, where nah," and appearances strongly in pan led them as far a» Ashland.
Superintendent C. R. DcL-vp re
she has been offered a very desirable dicated that she had met with foul
Her many friends here pliy. ILr daughter. Betsy. Is sus- turned last week from Ashland where
will regret her depsrture, but will ¡>/ted of murder and Is held under he accompanied hl» wife and daughter,
wish her well In her new location.
urcat at Yalnnx agcnc;-. It was her who remained there while the latter
In the second trial of J. Gibson, husband, Dave l’opompkt:», some- receive» medical treatment.
DeLap attended the Chautauqua and I
who killed John Schonhaebdor in tlm.s cah-d "SI Dave,” who had
Josephine county April IN, the Jury shown the authorities where the report» that it was a signal » ucccm .
******.*+'*'«* I ***)*****»
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.
Clothing and Groceries.
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving.
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
& Furniture Dealer. *•*
A. O. V. W. BUILDINC,
CROWN TOILET CREAM
Cures sunburn, tan and freckles,
chapped lips and hands, softens and
smoothes the skin. Guaranteed to
be perfectly harmless.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
To and from Ager Daily, via Klamath
Hot Springs, by Daylight
Shortest and Best Route to R. R.
Best Time and Accommodations.
returned a verdict Saturday night
of guilty of inurde, in ths first de
gree, The crltno for which Gibson
how stands convicted was committed
ns the result of a dispute over a
»null atrip of land.
Lakeview la having mnch unnoy-
ance In securing Its water Mipply.
The water pipes were being laid,
necessarily, acroaa the California A
Oregon Land company's property and
work wan stopped by an Injunction,
the town refusing to buy the land
because It tbougiit the price too high.
Further progress in building the
water system will swalt the result of
legal act lox
body whs secreted.
For two days
before, the Indian police, suspecting
foul play, had vainly searched the
territory between Yalnax agency and
Bonanza for the body of the woman
who had disappeared June 25th.
rinding bl.Msly marks on vegetation,
1 and what appeared evidence» of the
dragging of a body in the woods
1 north of Bonmza. where they follow
ed a wagon track.
seemed to point to a careful attempt
to hide the body, but with all their
sagacity In tracking, they were
utterly baffled, and but for the help
of Dave Popompkus. the body would
never have been found.
R. M. R om arrived Friday on his
return from Bend, the new town in
Crook county. He was not favors-1
bly Impressed with the Deschutes
country and 1» glad to get b:u-k toi
Klamath, which he think» is ahead
of any lo.ality on the Coast for re-1
sources, prospects and healthful cli
¡ TIMBERLAND, ACT JUNE 3,1878.
THIS SPACE BELONGS
PASSENGER. EXPRESS AND FAST FREIOHT LINE
LEAVE KLAMATH FALLS 8 A. M.
Mammoth Stables, Largest and Most Centrally Located.
Travelers conveyed to all paints at reasonable rates.
care given to stock.
I. F. Davies, Prop.
R. W. MARPLE, Proprietor.
DAIRY, KLAMATH COUNTY, ORE.
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878.— 25th day of Julv, 1902. She names a»
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
witnesses: William O. Hill, of Fort
V nitzd F tatzb L axo Orricit,
Klamath, Oregon; Affie Hill, of Fort
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.) Klamath, Oregon; Sarah J. Rodkey, of
Lakeview, Oregon, July 17, 1902.
Fort Klamath, Oregon ; Chria Weiss, of
Notice is hereby given that in com
Notice is hereby given that in com Fort Klamath, Oregon. Any and all
pliance with the provisions of the act of
claiming adversely tne above-
Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An pliance with th* provisions of the act of
set for the sale of timber lands in tlie Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An aeacrihed lands are requested to file
states of California, Oregon, Nevada, act for the sale of timber lands in the their claims in this office on or before
and Washington Territory," as extend states of California, Oregon. Nevada, saiJ 25th dav of July, 1902.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
the a Public
act t and Washington Territory,” as extend
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.
Prof. Kent and
: of August 4,1892,
4. 1892, James
Janies H. Driscoll, of ed to all the Public Land States by
Prof. Lake, of the Agricultural col
The I'nlverslty of Oregon will open Klamath Falls, County of Klamath, | pct of August 4, 1892. William O. Hill, Timber Land, Act Juno 3, 1878—
Cemetery Work of all Ktads 0
lege at Corvallis, accompanied by 1». Its twenty-seventh session at Eugene. I ■ State of Oregon, has July 7,1902, filed in I of Fort Kliimath, County of Klam
Notice for Publication.
ath, State of Oregon, has this dav filed in
All Work Oasraatas»,
Perozzi and Will Mitchell, returned Wednesday, September 171 h.
The for the purchase of the 8E*i of Section this office his sworn statement No. 348.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE )
Shop Opposite New Feed Stable.
Monday from a two weeks' camping outlook for the year seems, at pres No. 14, in Township No. 40 8., Range for the purchase of the EL, of EL, of
L aksvibw , O bcoon , May 19, 1902.)
Section No. 21, in Tow nship No. 32 8.,
trip at Crater Lake, Pelican Bay and ent, very promising. A number of No. 7, F. W. M., and will offer proof to Range No. 7*j E. W. M., and will
Notice is hereby given that, in com
show that the land sought is more val
other placea across the mountains. new men have been added to the uable for its timber or stone than for offer proof to show that the land pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An
The party reports that It Impos faculty, all thoroughly fitted both by agricultural purposes, and to establish sought is more valuable for its timber act tor the sale of timber lands in the
claim to said land before the Conn
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
sible to approach It nearer than I preparation and by experience, for hts
tv Judge of Klamath county, Oregon, at und to establish his claim to said land Washington Territory," as extended
two miles with teams.
The mos their work. The University build Klamath Falla, Oregon, 011 Monday, before the county clerk of Klamath to all the Public Land States by
Oregon,: t Klamath Falls, Ore-
Tbe Klamath County Lbe Stock
quitoes are doing business at the old ings are l>elng repaired and Improved the 29th dav of September, 1902. lie J county,
act of August 4, 1892, George W.
names as witnesses: John Connolly, of gon. on Fridav, the 25th day of July, Owen, 01 Ashland, county of Jackson,
Association will pay the above re
during the summer, the dormitory, Keno, Oregon; Harry B. Hargus, of 11902. lie names as wi'nesses: Linsy state of Oregon, has this day filed in
ward for the arrest and conviction of
Klamath Falls Oregon; Fred L. Hous C. Hisemore, of Fort Klamath. Oregon ; this office his sworn statement, No. 382,
Mrs. W. M. Wheeler and daughter, I gymnasium and Leady Hall receiving ton,
of Klamath Fall», Oregon; Hiram Anna O. Bisemore, of Fort Klamath, for the purchase of the 8E^ of Section
any person or persons found guilty of
Miss Ruth, Mrs. Wm. Iluse and especial ------
H. Wescott, of Klamath Falls, Oregon. Oregon; Sarah J. Rodkey, of Fort Klam No. 34. tn Township No. 4dC 8., Range
stealing or altering the marks or
la-on Ia-wls left early Saturday
student» Intending to enter this
No. 7 E. W. M., and will offer proof to
brand, of any stock belonging to any
ly the above described lands are re- Klamath, Oregon. Any and all persons show that the land sought is more val
morning for Crater lake, returning fall are Invited to correspond with quested
member of this association.
to tile their cl hi mu in this of- claiming adversely the above-described uable for its timber or stone than for
Address Chas. Horton, President
Monday. They drove within a mile the president relative to their work, nco on or before Mid 29th day of Sep-. Ian.Is are requested to tile their claims agricultural purposes, and to establish
in this office on or before said 25th day
or J. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
hts claim to said land before the coun
and a half of the great natural won- Catalogues will cheerfully be »ent on tember, 1902.
of Julv, 1902
E. M. B rattain . Register.
ty clerk of Klamath county, Oregon, at
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
der and ascended that distance on application,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Saturday,
the 9th day of August. 1902. He names
foot without difficulty.
Poisoning the Syatenf.
William W. Erb. of
considerable »now In spots, but it 1»
Tlmber Und, Act June j, 1878- Ashland, Oregon; David Allen, of Ash
Notice for Publication.
through the bowel» that tbe
rapidly disappearing. Boats arc now
land, Oregon; Eugene Spencer, of Keno,
Oregon; James W. Bailey, of Shake,
plying on the lake and a guide 1» on :
)H ,.|eansed of Impurities. Con-
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,) Oregon. Any and all persona claim
hand to offer hla SMlatance to any jh(|p’a(|on keep» these poison» in the
LaxKVtxw, ORioox, May 12, 1902.) ing adversely
Notice is hereby given that, in com lands are requested to file their claims
who may want to follow the trail to * avatetn.
causing headache, dullness
pliance with the provisions of the act of in this office on or before said 9th day
• he water snd journey over to the lin() inF|anchollaat first, then unslgbt-
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An of August, 1902.
island, it Is expected that the num* )v enlpt(ons and finally serious Illness
act for the sale of timber lands in the
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
l*r of visitors there next month WIH (¡n|FWi a remedy 1» applied.
Washington Territory." hs extended to
MRS. E. J. BOYD, Proprietor.
Call In and see our mens (9.00
fer exceed that of any previous year, witt's Little Early Risers prevent
all the Public Land Stales by act of suits.
D uffy C o .
If the railroad which 1» now slowly tin, trouble by stimulating the liver
August 4, 1892, Anna O, Sisemore, of
Hats, Undershirts, Stockings,
Fort Klamath, county of Klamath,
advancing towards this place, was and promtde easy, healthy action of
state of Oregon, has this day filed in
Shirtwaists, Ribbons, Etc., Etc. «SERS •M0'ww
.n -..;. -
,lttle P,I,S <,° not
this office her sworn statement. No. 347, ing public land» go to J. W. Hama-
already here, and If a large steam-, .„r
for the purchase of the SAG SM’W, NE1« kar; get tbe benefit of thirty years
•»oat was on Upper Klamath lake, M-'t vlolenlly but by strengthlng tbe
BW*. and NWL4' SE^ of Section No.
Summer coats and vests; nice, styl
Latest styles ladies’, gents, misses,
the two would do an Immense busi-
25. in Township No. 32 8., Range No. experience.________ *______
and childrens shoes.
7k E. W. M., and will offer proof to
»es» this summer. The great rush own work. Never gripe or dlstreaa.
Fresb confectionary, nuts, etc.,
show that the land sought is more valu
D uffy Co.
D uffy C o .
tfoin San Francisco and Portland
D uffy Co
able for its timber or atone than for ag etc.
Latest stvle» men» and boya bate.
ricultural purposes, and to establish har
All kind» of syrup», drlad fruit,
Buckingham and Hecht Warentott
*hlch Is to especially come on the
A. O. U. W. BUILDING, claim to »»id l»»d before tbe county New line of chinaware, semi-por fresh bam, bacon and lard and sor boot*, shoes and felt*, at ExcelMor,
12th, would much prefer to make t he
Rubber botite witbfort her soles at
ghum, at tbe Excelsor, Dairy, Or.' Dairy, Oregon.
Journey to Crater lake by rail and
Klaaath Falls, Oregon, on Friday, the j
the Excelsior, Dairy, Or-
boat, lost cad of jolting painfully over (
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
G. D. GRIZZLE,
For General Stone Wort
NEW SPRING GOODS $
And Ready for Business.
Developing and Printing for
Amateurs a Specialty.
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE.