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THI’R s DA Y, JULY 31
iriilun of the people of Sisklvuu
county over the murder.
Mclionald Is now badly frightened
... ...... >„»>v ih en enjoy over Hie affair, and lias requested
ing mi outing lit Spring creek and Sheriff Freshour to place him in the
CITY HEAT MARKET
visiting rchilIves and friends nt this
place, ilepmt>'d yesterday on tlii'lr re most secure cell In the jail.
rim a meat wagon
general opinion Is that Hie killing of
turn to Salem.
through the Spring Lake
Mrs. Worden and Mrs. Berry of Loucks was a most cold-bhxxled mur
Climnlierliilii, S. D., mother mid h I h - | der, and though threats of lynching
ami Lost River country
ter of Maj. ('. E. Worden of this have I h ' i 'I i freely made, vet it 1s lx*-
place, arrived in Aslilmal Inst week , lleved that the law will lx- permit ted
twice a week during the
mid will visit Hu ie and in Klmiialli to lake its regular course hi the case.
Falls several months.
Prof. Callan mid wife nt Ashland
be able tosupply all ranch
y a . Ballard was no arrival 'loll- arrived here Monday on their bi-
,|j( frulli Cherokee, lo.
I cycles lo enjoy an outing.
ers who want fresh meats.
| seeing tlm sights In Hits vicinity,
M4J. < '■ E " rilen made a
they will v I h I i Wood river resorts and
\ h I i I iiii <I last week.
i Crater lake. Prof. Callan Is al lint
I < k . M ii H iii and wife of Mirrili i head of I lie si'li'li 11 lie depart llielll of
! xrrr In
tiie Ashland Normal sc I kni I.
)>l»ard Freuer and wife of P.H
Colds are sometimes more trouble
Vshlmiil Tidings c. Cunningham
(illri were in town Friday.
| was hi Ashland Saturday, oil Ills re some io summer than in winter, it’s
I lu turn to Klamath from a visit to
I, ,i. Duffy I» rejuvenating
Mr. Cunningham, who so hard to keep from adding to »hem
(XjrtM pleasure resort Illis week.
wlllle cooling off after exercise. < Ine
(lary Taylor of Ashland arrived recently dls|x>si'<l of his stock ranch
near Fort Klamath, expects with Ills Minute Coligli Cure cures at once. All Work Promptly Executed and
Munday fora lew wv»-ka* visit lure.
Absolutely safe. Acts Immediately,
wife and son ■ Burton,
Guaranteed. At C. R. IleLap's
Cuunty Surveyor Butcher Is sur- I ,.i_
residence In Ashland shortly.
cure fur roughs, colds, croup.
«■ling« new road In the vicinity of
I liroat and lung t roubles.
KLACIATH AGENCY ITEMS.
KLA/TATH FALLS, OREGON.
j. o. GH isoii . J. o. T» re ami .1, \.
A tuli line of groceries-
lion. ('. S. Moure and sons
Il>»t id M illlams. Or., arrived here
medicines of all kinds enough to
Spring creek last Friday and Me»
kill you If sick, make you sick it not
M. Markabury and
Mart in Ladd ami Crists left Sunday.
eontimially on hand at tin- Excelsior.
liiRi'r* »ere urrlvaia from \ sill.i lid
A TTORNE V-A T-LA W,
The <'ruler lake road Is liegiiinliig Dairy. Or.
In iw passable.
\ few men have
We have some nice patterns Jap-
Appleg.lt>' of Khlllllltll vial ted tile natural wonder, though
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D uffy C o .
'I'diig l>iiHliiei»s al Klam there la a g'ssl deal of snow there as
ItipHrihii and all water right*, will*
and general probate laiaineM ipecialtle*.
,th Dill» ’I'uexda).
Save money by making your home
opIKiaite Court House, Klamath
IVrry DeLap went over to \sli- !
\ parly of <>ur |x*ople spent an stead, tlmlier and other tilings witli «'“,I h , Or.
I uh I U»l week to join Ills luol tier wlioi
enjoyable picnic day at Spring creek 1 C. ll. Withrow, I’. S. Commissioner.
, M.jetirilllig I here.
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
J. O. HAMAKER,
Mrs. I.. M. M Hugh mid family last Thursday.
Mother Always Keeps It Handy.
lull* tills Week removed lo Ashland
Mr. -iiul Mra. Reamcs of Medford
«Orre they will rmlde.
were here last Friday.
••My mother suffered a long time
Mis. Frank .lory lias Ix-x-ii eallul to
Menara. Ragsdale and Higgins arc from distressing pains due primarily
Vu»tia by Hie serious lllue» of tier
Do a General l-anil Locating Busi
driving a band of 72<io slu-ep from to indigestion.” says I. W. Spalding,
luetlicr who ll»ts there.
1 lie vIclnity of Prineville to their ; Verona. Mo. “Two years ago I got ness. Surveying and Conveyancing
Mrs. F. D. Rctioicx gave an enjoy- '
'ali tortila. passing here tier to try Kodol. Site grew better a Specialty. All Business Promptly
aide leu party lo a nninlier of lad) laud in < Caiirornta.
Attended to. Office In City Hall.
Tile sheep are driven at once and now. at tlie age of seven-
irlends niiirs<luy aflernixiii.
E L. Allen of l/wt river lias iieeli very slowly. making but from three ly-six, eats any tiling she wants,
.(Uite sick al tills place, tint lx re- to six hours dally, and .ire In good j remarking Hint she fears no bad
„ril'd <> ii Hie way io recovery.
effects as she lias her liottle of Kodol
Mrs. White who has heen visiting
Harry Moiuycr made a 1 rip lo Mer handy." Don’t waste time doctoring
i|»r family of E. It. Iteaiuea departed rill dill Illg Hie |Klat Week.
symptoms. Go after tlie cause.
I utm I u ) iiiornlng for tier home at
MIss Ei.1 Stearns and Miss Elinor
Gnlarneau were here Monday and will I m -good. Kodol rests tlie stom Makes dally trips each way by Bar
ren. Noda Springs. Shake, Pokega-
C. N. F.
Tuesday. They are delivering steam ach and strengthens tlie txxiy by di
...il I. 1». Applegate ol • llene »
ma. (Logging Camp.) Keno, to
cookers for which MIsa Stearns look
ill town oil liusillCNs tile lore part
orders In May.
A full line of Buckingham and It is the direct line from Ashland
II. L. Corix tt. E R- UoriH-it, II.
Genet.il 1 hlcll ami \lfred Stowell
and all Northwest Oregon to Klam
I tools and shews-men's and
I. Ckirlrtt and I Wainer are among I of Salem and C<>l. Wright of Baker
ath Falls. Merrill, Bonanza. Bly
ladies' for winter wear at the Ex-
lio visited Crater
and Lakeview, afid also Indian
City wen- here Monday night.
eelsior. Hairy, Oi.
lake Illi' |sist week.
Agency and Ft. Klamath.
L ka TIIKK S tin kinm . 1
Dr. Realties and wife, F. W. Jen-
Big Hue new clothing, suite ♦8.00 Leave Klamath Falls daily at 5
iiings and MIss Flslier left yesterday
PRISONER IS AFRAID
a. 111. and arrives by 7 p. 111.. and
morning for Crater lake .mil expect
t>> tr uimeiit four days.
makes the trip to and from Ash
Following <-orres|siiideiicc frum
land in 14 hours.
J. II. Driscoll urilved home Mon- Ashland In Sunday's < Iregonian glves
u»y Inan a week's visit witli reía additional Information concernlng
ilwsil III). Mrs. Driscoll reinuined results of Ilie t ragedy eiiacted uear children are fairly living out of disirs. Good Stock and Equip*
Hare for a lunger visit.
There could tie no healthier place for
Fall creck last weck:
Careful Attention Given
Junes IS'lton, Howard Cuuniiig-
Edward Loucks, tlle sceond viel Im
liain Mrs. Itodkey anti ilmtgiiter, ot Ilie bullet of .lohn A. McDonald, against the accldente incidental to
Mix. L. C. Sisemyte mid Mrs. Affie Ilie Klamathoii saloon-kcepcr.
most open air sports,
Hill of Fort Klamatii were visitors
equals DeWitt's Witch I Hazel Salve IW. M. COCKERELL,
C. E. IIETRO,
4 tins place hist Friday.
sutTerlng. lie was a prominent mem- for quickly stopping pain or reniov- 1
Mrs. W. M Wliceh-i and daughter. ! tier of the
Ing danger of serious consequences, i
Miss Rutli. who have spent tlie past
For cuts scalds and wounds. “1 used I
lour months here visiting tlw R ki - i ' h - members of the local lodge attended DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for sores
Utas family, departed yesterday to his wants. Loucks' relatives are
liids for the erection of a church
iiiornlng for their imine al Fairfield, In tlic state of Michigan. Tin- pre cuts and bruises.” says L. B. John-]
The trustees 1 eserve
“It is the best
liminary examination of McDonald son. Swift, Tex.
the right to reject any and all bids.
Dr. Aiken mid wife mid daughter for tlie killing of liotli Hisiver and
Beware For further particulars write to E.
>>f Fresno, Calif., who liuve • i ecu here Loucks will take place al Yreka Mon fur plies ami skin diseases.
R. Ketcheson, Bonanza. Oregon.
Halting tlie family of Alex i .Martin,
E. R. K ktuhkson ,
ilrparted Monday fi t Sail Francisco. day. instead of Klamatboii. for the
Fall at the R ei - i ri . ii vn office for
Alter a brief visit then*, D i . Aiken aillhodlies fear lo risk the removal
R. A. H aruo LD,
will ri-turii home mid Mrs. \iken of Mclhuiald on account of the indig- tine job work.
,( I Silo'■> a I'down from ( rys-
trlkiir l- Weeks of Medford wita
. Iieir HlllMlliy
p, p. Nliix'k of Dairy was ¡1 Falla
1#, lor Kund«)''
( C. P. Snider of Lakeview stop|N.(|
Mlw> licnc Uliltwood iirriveil Eroiii
Uhtond till* week.
y p. t'roiirmlller was down from
•»- » Monday.
« CASH STORE
ne Hardware, Stoves,
liture and Burial Cas
is, Carpets and Lin-^2
H. O. CHUTE
-¿Jeweler and Optician^
Eyes Correctly Fitted
Fine Watch Repairing, *
U. S. Commissioner and Land
Ashland and Klamath Falls
S tiletto -
are the best that
shill can pro
duce, and at an
for ten years.
Clothing and Groceries.
For sale by
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving.
Ils Stage Line L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
ily, via Klamath
FAST FREIGHT LINE
THIS SPACE BELONGS
.LLS 8 A. M.
nd Most Centrally Located.
it reasonable rates.
>r the sale of timl>er lands in the
s of California. Oregon, Nevada and
lington Territory,” as extended
II the Public Land States by
of August 4, 1892, George W.
3, oi Ashland, county of Jackson,
of Oregon, has tins day tiled in
office bis sworn statement, No. 382,
le purchase of the 8EI4 of Section
14, in Township No. 40. 8., Range
• E. W. M., and will offer proof to
that the land sought is more val-
i for its timber or stone than for
iiltiiral |>ur|«>ses. and to establish
lai tn to said land liefore the coun-
>rk of Klamath county, Oregon, at
tath Falls, Oregon, on Saturday,
th day of August. 1902. He names
William AV. Erb, of
and, Oregon; David Allen, of Ash-
ntrr tncicrr, ni rnr. Kiamatn. Oregon. Any nmxi, Oregon: Eugene Spencer, of Keno,
tuwi still H. rtrrrnurrg, an inn«»-
Milk and stock cows, 2-year-old ’ nnd all persona claiming adverse.y the
Stock Co., with <‘.»pit.il Rtock of »3(1,. , and yearlings, and calves,
lands are requested to file Oregon ¡James W. Bailey, of Shake,
one mile above-described
Jiendenec banker, wbeicby lie will
Any and all persons claim
1 livir claims in thin office on or before said Oregon.
ooo, was completed on Tuesday when ' SOI
th of Klamath Falls.
«Ink the oil well lo a depth of 2,500
E. M. B kattain . Register.
ill«' transfer of property and cash was
lands are requested to tile their claims
or 3,000 foet.
in this office on or betore said 9th day
made, beieral tracts of land, 4,000
limber Land, Act June 3, 1878— of August. 1902.
J. G. Pierce han lately treated bls sheep, 30 head of horses and some
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Poisoning the System.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Notice for Publication,
resilience and lots, on Conger Ave cattle pass, d from tlie exclusive own
nue, to alxmt »2,1100 w<
ership of I. D. Applegate and C. N. 1 It is through tile laiwels that Hie
TIMBER LAM). ACT J UNE 3.1878,
UNITED STATES L.\N D OFFICE. (
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
L akeview . O regon . June IK. liw |
provetnente. Much has
, F. Armstrong to that of the com ; body is cleansed of Impurities. Con
Notice n* hereby given th*f. in compliance
B^Shop near Duffy’s Store.
added to the comfort and
pany, in which, however, those gen-
with the provisional»! the act of Congress of
U nited F tates L and O ffice ,
3,1N7N. entitled "An act for the sale of
of the properly.
I tlemeii share equally with Hie other system, causing headache, dullness June
tlmbei lanaaintlie ataiMof California, Ora-
and melancholia at first, then unsiglit- gon,
Nevada, hi d Washington Territory,” as
Notice is hereby given that in com
Last week II. IL Van Valkenburg ' ■ stockholders, Messrs. Rolit. W Pros I |v eruptionsand finally serious illness I extended to all the Public Land States by act pliance
with the provisions ol tiie act of
4, 1892. I ahi I s R. Sianoalieck oi Fort
gave 11s a generous sample of venison ser, Rex E. Boni and C. W. Jackson. unless a remedy is applied.
Klamath, County of Klamath. State of Oregon. Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
De , hasthiaday
filed’ in thlaottice his sworn state act lor tiie sale of timber lands in tlie
from a deer which he killed In (lie
Witt's Little Early Risers prevent ment, No. 7C4. for the purchase of the SW’4 of states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
No. ••. in Township No. 82. S.. Rnuge
vicinity of Aspen lake. lie saw only general manager; Roiit. W. Prosser, , this trouble by stimulating tlie liver Section
No 71.,. E H M . ami will offer proof to show and Washington Territory,” as extend
land sought is more valuable (or its ed to all the Public Land States by act
one during his trip and shot it at a
timber or stone than for agricultural pur
urer; (’lias. II. Withrow, clerk. It is ¡mil promote easy, healthy action of poses,
and to establish bls claim to said land of August 4,1892, James H. Driscoll, of
distance of loo yards.
Jas. IL Driscoll, County Clerk, at Klam- Klamath Fails, County of
The Klamath County Lite Stock
the purpose of the company to add to tlie bowels. These little pills do not before
nth Falls, Oregon. on Friday, the 5th day of State of Oregon, has July ", 1902. tiled in
Henry llalst, living in the Ante its holdings of live stock and land act violently but by strengthing tlie September
He names as witneMea:
Association will pay the above re
Isler, of Klamatbon, Calif.; Keith A.
lope sect Ion of Jackson county, was whenever it may be deemed desira 1 bowels enable them to perforin their Jacob
Porter of Fort Klamath, Oregon: L. C. Drake, for tlie purchase of the SE1« of Section
ward for the arrest and conviction of
Klamath, Oregon; J. Wallace Dickey, No. 14, 111 Township No. 40 S., Range
gored by a mad bull on tlie 17'li Inst, ble and advisable to do so.
any person or persons found guilty of
of Fort Klamath. Oregon.
Any and all per
sons claiming adversely the above-describ No. 7, I?. VV. M., and will offer proof to
and received very serious Injuries.
stealing or altering the marks or
, Latest styles mens and iiovs lulls. ed lands are requested to file their claiirs in show that tlie land sought is more val
brands of any stock belonging to any
this office on or before said 5th day ot Sep uable for its timber or stone than for
Three of his ribs were broken nnd
DU FEY Co.
member of this association.
-the county will visit Crater lake
agricultural purposes, and to establish
E. M BRATTAIN Register.
his lungs were injured.
Address Chas. Horton, President
his claim to said land lie fore the Conn
Portland and San j Rubber boots with leather soles at
Nir ,1. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
W. IL Odell and A. W. Stowell of j Francisco will contribute half that I the Excelsior. Dairy, Or.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNTING. tv Judge of Klamath county, Oregon, at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Monday,
Nalein and J. A. Wright of Baker ¡number. Among the visitors will
In the County Court, Klamath Coun the 29th day of September, 1902. He
City arrived here Tuesday on a tour I be, as we understand, Senator Mitch-
names as witnesses: John Connolly, ol
In the matter of the estate of James Keno, Oregon; Harry B. Hargus, of
of this nnd nctglilxiring counties. I ell, Congressman Tongue, Governin'
Klamath Falls Oregon; Fred L.-Hous-
Edward McLaughlin, deceased.
Mr. Odell was at one time surveyor Geerand oilier prominent officials.
Notice is hereby given that the under lon. of Klamath Falls. Oregon; Hiram
general of Oregon. He surveyed the Besides Inspecting Hie wonders and
signed has filed his full and final report H. Wescott, of Klamath Falls, Oregon. |
I of the administration of the above es- Any and all [»ersons claiming adverse
wagon road grant in this state.
beauties of Crater lake, visitors can
i tate in the said court, and the Hon. ly the above described lands are re
! Geo. T. Bald»in, County Judge of said quested to tile their claims in this of
It Is reported that construction of enjoy themselves at Wood river and
county, has set Monday, the 11th day fice on or before said 29th day of Sep
the proposed railroad from Coos Bay ; Upper Klamath lake resorts, where
1 of August, 1902, at 11 o'clock a. m., at tember, 1902.
E. M. B rattain , Register.
will begin Heptember 1.
Work on angling for trout In tlie crystal
the court house in Klamath Falls, in
■ said county, as the time and place for
terminal grounds near Marshfield has streams and shooting deer In the
the hearing of any objections thereto.
Call in and see our mens $9.00
MRS. E. J. BOYD, Proprietor.
already commenced. Let ft lie re neighboring mountains are chief I
Dated at Klamath Falla, Oregon, Julv suits.
D uffy C o .
; 10, 1902.
Trimmed and Walking Hats, Undershirts, Stocking«,
membered that this new line, en ] pastimes, /.ugust is the most de
E. D. B riggs ,
For reliable Information concern
route to Salt Lake City, will pass sirable month for outings here on
Shirtwaists, Ribbons, Etc., Etc. ‘L5TSM:.
Administrator of the estate of Janies
ing public lands go to J. W. Hama-
account of the increased warmth of
through Klamath county.
Edward McLaughlin, deceased.
kar; get the benefit ot thirty years
the elements and tlie fact that mos
O. B. Gates, superintendent of the
Summer coats and vests; nice, styl
Timber laind. Act June 3. 1878
Latest styles ladies', gents, misses,
quitoes, gnats, house Illes anil pro- ,
Midway Telephone and Telegraph
Notice for Publication.
ish goods at little money.
boys and childrens shoes.
(llglous horse files usually disappear ,
Fresh confectionary, nuts, etc..
Co,, left Tuesday hi resume work on
D uffy C o .
D uffy C o .
Í with July.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE I 1 etc.
D uffy C o .
the new telephone line, after having
Lixrvirw, O regon , May 19, 1902., I
All kinds of syrups, dried fruit,
remained here several days to assist
A. O. U. W. BUILDING, Notice is hereby given that, in com
Buckingham and Hecht Warenton
Newline of chinaware, semi cor
pliance with the provisions of the act of ('elain and glassware. Prices lowest fresh ham, bacon and lard and sor boots, ahoes and felts, at Excelsior,
the local electrician in installing the I record In the county clerk’s office
Congress ol June 3, 1378, entitled “An
ghum, at the Excelsor, Dairy Or. Dairy, Ortgoa.
Dew dynamo at the power bouse. here furnishes substantial ground for
I. F. Davies, Prop.
DAIRY, KLAMATH COUNTY, ORE.
Klamath Falls Marble Yard
First Class Work of all Kinds in Stone.
G. D. GRIZZLE, Prop.
NEW SPRING GOODS
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE.
And Ready for Business
Developing and Printing for
Amateurs a Specialty.