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Midi 11 hom'd win* attempted at the Rented huge and bei.utlful Isxiuets, I
last meeting Of the legislature, but the gift of Mrs. Frank Diulus. Mrs. plac e popular and help materially In hmfter Land, Jlct June 3, 1873
falli <1. H |H hojM'd Um matter will Rob't Pinin'' re id a tribute to Mrs.
Notice for Publication,
rill’IlHDAY. At'Ol’MT 19«,
mc. i favorable consideration ut the Sargent as a member of tin cor;»s.
rXITED «TATE« I A VI) OFFIi’K.
L akeview , O bkoox . June IM, IW2
i Light refreshments were served. ed camp in the splendid grove on Mr. Nolic« I« hejeby given that, tn romp I lane«
Ashland Record: Prof, and Mis. About a hundred were present.
En route we tarried wlihili« i>rovl»n»n.of ti*. acioi I’ongrM. ol
IM7M, eiHHIed “An act fpr Iho tale of
.1. Callan returned Tuesday from
Medford Mall: Miss Elva Gallo a snort time at Pelican bav lodge, Jijnv3,
The town schools will open Mon*
l.u<i. In at th*
•t«lei*of California, Ore- •F
<i Washington Territory,” an
mi extended outing at. Crater lake way was a pleasant caller at the Mui) wiilch, situated on Mime big spring*, extended to all the
day, September 8.
Public Land Mtatea bv act
August 4, IMW. ix/tiis K. Mlanonheck of Fort
und the Klamath country. Thoy office Tuesday. The lady has ac is a fine place for tourists. For novi i of
KIniiiuth, Cdiiritv 0/ Klamath, Kiale of Oregon,
It Is reported that Dakota farmers
will visit Klamath Falls toward the cepted a position as teacher In tile i ces, we had good luck Ashing—that baa this dav filed iu thiaofflee hla »worn Mate*
have organised u 950,000,060 trust.
incut, No. 7M. for the pure banc of the HW‘^ of
end of t Ids month to do Mime Insti Douglas Island, Alaska, schools and ! is, our Nebraska friends had. (We Mention No. 5, in Townahip No. 32, M„ Range
No 7U, E. W. M., and will offer proof to «how
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. tute work nt the county teachers’
will leave for that place early In 1 were short on such luck.) While we that the land nought 1« more valuable for it»
||. Moore of this place last Sunday,
or atone than for agricultural t»iir-
Miss Galloway Is one of did not venture hoik from the j » om 4.* n , and to CMtablixh his claim tn »aid land i
LM-foru Ja». If. DrlMolJ, County Clerk, at Klam*
liorn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bate-
J- F. Gocller has been hauling the very best educators Iu Southern thoroughfare far enough to get any ath Fall», Oregon, on Friday, the 5th day of
man, of Altamont, on Tuesday, u lumber Ihla week for bin new rest- Oregon, In fact there are few her deer, plenty of them are being killed Heptember 1902. He name» a» wltnes»e»:
Jacob laler, of Klamathon, Calif.; Keith A.
Porter of Fort Klamath. Oregon; L. <’ Drake, i t S\
•lencc In West Klamath Falls and superior In the state, and any school by those who go among the neighbor of
Fort Klamath, Oregon; J. Wallace Dickey,
Assessor Bennett Is here engaged will commence building operations which has her for Its teacher Is I ing mountains. A trip into the Pel of Fort Klamath, Oregon. Any and all per-
»onw claiming adveraely the above-deaerfb*
In preparing the annual assessment nt mice. County Clerk Driscoll will indeed most fortunate. She taught ican bay country is an enjoyable and <*d land» are raque^Led to file their claiira in
thia office on or before »aid 5tb day oi Sep
The tember, 1902.
occupy Mr. Gaeller's present real- In Klamath Falls last year at a sal most desirable recreation.
E. M BRATTA LN Register.
A. (.'astel has charge of the t«*l<>- dence ns soon as his new homo is ary of 970 per month, but despite the mountains, forests, limpid streams,
fact that she was offered a raise of lakes, fishing, hunting, bracing air, TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNES, 1878,
phone older during the almeiice of II. ready for occupancy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
H, Van Valkenburg.
Preparations are going forward 910 per month to stay there another sharpened appetites and a proclivity
We understand that Miss Mary for the coming fair, Grounds have year, she decid 'd upon Alaska-at to sleep combine to make an outing ;
U nited S tatus L axd O ffice ,
there pleasant and healthful.
Lakeview, Oregon, July 17, 1902.
Bench, of Naylox, has gone to enter been selected on the ranch of W. A. 9100 per month.
is hereby given that in com
the state university at Berkley, Cal. Wright and work on a mile track will
pliance with the provisions of the act of
KocsaI Is erect Ing a new build
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
act for the sale of timber lands in the
«■ •••- ,„(,ia niarket, to sion of I', K. Brandenburg. There la geles, Calif., Wayne Mason of Klam-
m., states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
be occupied *a an office by Dr. iiar- V-ry prospect that the Initial fair atlion, Calif., W. Burkhard, Jno. F.
Washington Territory,” as extend
will tn* u grand success.
Byrne and Col. Fox of Grand Rapids, a double wedding took place at
ed to all the Public Land States by act
August«, 1892, James IL Driscoll, of
A report luts Ix-en published that Mich., camo down on the Steamer ton at Pine Grove, being the marri- I ' of
Fred Reynolds of Lakeview had
i'Vxiixitv of Klamath, '
one of Ills legs broken on Wednesday an Indian Is suspected of having the
“f Oregon, has July 7,1902. tiled in
age of their twill daughters, Misses
of last week by a horse falling on
Maude and Claud to Messis. rhos. for the purchase of the SE*4 of Section
Capt. O, C. Applegate, the agent,
- - 8.,
- _ -■
and ~ No. 14, in ~
departed the same day on a tour of and J no. Short, twin sons of Mr. Rev
A party of gentlemen of this place Informs us today that no case of
the Fort Klamath country. It is be
11 ' I show that the land sought is more val-,
enjoyed an excursion on Mr. Grlffl- smallpox exists or has existed on the
liable for its ti miter or stone than for!
lieved the gentlemen were here in I .1. B. Griffith officiated.
th a steamer on Upper Klamath lake
About thirty guests were assem ; agricultural purposes, and to establish •
claim to said land before the Conn- !
ferred to carefully investigated and
bled in the parlor, when a wedding his Judge
of Klamath county, Oregon, at I
found he had n > symptoms of the building tills way from Laird’s und inarch was rendered and the con tv
Falls, Oregon, on Monday,
A conflagration at Bedding, Cal.,
the 29th day of September, 191)2. lie ; *
list week destroyed property to the
ing the resources of the county and I
names as witnesses : John Connolly, of
L<*roy Kinyon, residing eighteen
estimated value of «25,01*0.
desirable routes for railroad lines. ! under an arch of flowers and between Keno, Oregon; Harry B. Hargus, of
miles east of Bonanza, received a vlo- It is thought their visit adds proof J two boquets of lovely flowers. The Klamath kalis. Oregon; Fred L. Hous
of Klamath Falls, Oregon ; Hiram
lent kick <>n the abdomen from *
twin brides were tastefully dressed ton,
II. Wescott, of Klamath Falls, Oregon.'
The bridge over the Klamath al
horse last Sunday and is now In a to the theory that the new road will in white organdy and lace and
1 Any and 1 all persons
Reno is now being thoroughly re
continue building to this place with
! Dr. Ilargus
Tbe presents 1
ti>e above descrilted lands are re-
paired and pt it In gotsi shape, and will
out even a temporary stop at Pokcg- twin grooms in black. '
An 'Quested to tile their claims in this of-,
was called Tuesday and found the I
were beautiful and many, * A,l<>r
i lice on or is-fore said 29th day of Sep-
■OOS be tin lulled.
young min's Intestines ruptured.
congratulations, the wedding party I ' tetuber.
It is reported from Baker City that went to Poe Valley to hear the morn-;
Mr. Yaden, the proprietor of the lb' Is aged aliout. 23 years, has many
E. M. B rattain , Register.
Klamath Falls and Lakeview stage friends and Iris misfortune will excite Baker county, in conjunction with! ing sermon delivered by Rev. J. B. j
several neighboring counties, will dis Griffith, and then returned to par I TI M BER LA N D, ACT JUNE 3, 1878,
line, purchased tills week of L. Ger general sympathy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
continue the bounty on coyote scalps take of the wedding dinner. The
ber 16 very flnr horses for Ills route.
The Grants Pass Observer reports
U sitkd S tates L and O ffice ,!
An enjoyable social dance was tint S. C. Burtrum, forest supervisor on and after September 1. Two afternoon was spent in social enter
Lakeview,Oregon, August 4, 1902.)
given In Houston's opera house Sat of the Southern district, started last reasons are given for this action— tainment.
Notice is hereby given that in com
urday evening. Another dance will Thursday morning for a trip over the tile fact that the state bounty fund
Messrs. Thus, and Jno. Short, with pliance with the provisions of the act of
be given there the last of this week. Cascade reserve: "He w ill go via is now exhausted and that counties their brides, will reside on their Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled ‘‘An
A< t for the sale of timlier land in the
will have to pay all the bounty
Fruit pedlers from tile Rogue river Lake of the Woods, Fort Klamath,
ranch, where they have just com states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
money, and the fact that coyotes
anti Washington Territory" as extend
valley report that tile late peach I Diamond Peak and re-cross the moun
pleted a stylish residence.
destroy railbits which are believed to
ed to all the Public Land States by act
crop will not be so large aa usual on tains by the military wagon road,
of August 4, 1892, the following persons
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
be more injurious than coyotes,
have this day tiled fn this office their
account of the ravages of a pest call- | coining out at Eugene. The trip
Shouldn't Klamath follow the lead
The subscriliers to the capital sworn statements to-wit:
will take about three weeks."
ed “leaf roller. '•
of Baker and other counties'? This
W. II. Vallely, a brakeman on the county paid out $1,200 for scalps stock of the Klamath County Agri of Airlie. county of Polk, state of Ore
Superintendent DeLap Informs us
that the teachers' Institute foi Southern Pacllic line, was instantly brought in during June and July,
purchase of the Lot 1, section 2, town
Klamath county will be held the lat kllhsl at Steinman, eight miles south being 9600 per month, which amount, fied that the board of directors of ship 37, 8., range 9 E.
ter part of next month. The exact of Ashland, last Saturday by being if continued without tiie state’s aid
of Airlie. county of Polk, state of Ore
(■rushed between two freight cars. would add considerable to the tax
dates have not been selected as yet.
gon, sworn statement, No. 1118, for the
ust 25tb, 1902, levied an assessment
A.*Uastel is building a stone wall; A car loaded with coke left the track payer’s burden. Besides, we are pay of four dollars and fifty cents per purchase of the Lot 3, section 1, town
ship 37, 8., range 9 E.
In front of his lots on the west side. 1 ! and the train broke In two. A few ing a bounty on rabbits, and ai the share on the capital stock oi said
That they will offer proof to show
Jhat the land sought is more valuable
This, together with the new residence 1 moments later the separated cars same time coyotes will lieip materi-
for its timber or stone than for agricul
h<els building, will add materially to 'came together with a crash, catching ally in exterminating them,
As be- sreretary of the association on or be- tural
pur|>oseR, and to establish their
tween the two evils for this countv fore the 15th day of September, 1902. claim to said land before J. O. Ilama-
the appearance of that part of town.
ker, U. S. Commissioner, at Forest.
President Ibwisuvclt made a tour
J. G. PiicucE, Secretary. 1 Oregon, on Saturday, the 18th day of
of the New England states the pas* | Timberman, of Portland, Hervey sheep, tiie coyote is much the lesser,
JUDGE BENSON INTERVIEWED.
They name as witnesses: George E.
week mid was welcomed by «-lit host Lindley, manager of the Pokegama so wc are told. Therefore, it would
Macaulay, of Independence, Oregon;
antic multitudes wherever ile stop
| W. F. Arant, of Klamath Falls, Oregon ;
ped. Ills speeches aroused interest 'Ills company liad in 1901 cut 2,100,- wisely in unloading the coyote bur
Judge II. L. Benson, of Klamath Eugene B. Henry, of Klamath Falls,
] Oregon ; George Potras, of Airlie, Ore-
¡(WO feet of fir, 11,000,000 feet of den.
Falls, is spending a few days in Port- gon; Eciward Patras, of Airlie, Oregon,
white pine and 8,000,000 feet of
Friday's Oregonian reports a new land. He thinks that portion of, Any and all persons claiming adverse
County court will hold Its regular
aizar pine, making a total of 21,000,- theory regarding the financial Influ Oregon should be more closely con ly the above-described lands are re
session next week, beginning Wed
000 fed, tin which lie placed a valua- ence back of the proposed Coos Bay nected with this city, but at present quested to tile their claims in this office
on or before said 18th dav of October,
nesday. Among business of Impor
] tion of 9.378,IWO. The number of men railroad. Indications are presented San Francisco gets all the trade.
tance to receive attention, will be
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
••mployed by tin* company was 375. giving reason for a belief that Presi
“We have to stage It 62 miles from
preparation to rebuild or repair a
Land, Act June 3, 1878—
Another case of “didn't know it dent Janies J. 1IIII, of the Great
lew dilapidated bridges.
Notice for Publication.
In the near future B. F. Mulkey.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE I
A young man nam of the enterprise.
Among move road Is In a very bad condition.
president of the Ashland Normal Point recently.
L akeview , O reoon , July 30, 1902.J
notice that the California legislature
school, will give ail address in Klam
Notice if hereby given that, ‘in com
has spent several thousand dollars on pliance
with the provisions of the act of
ath Falls. His subject will be of
the road from Klamathon, in their ' Congress of[June 3, '1878.' entitled "“An
general Interest, and he wdl furnish .1 25-20 rille, which they supposed special interest to Klamath and Lake state,
just for the purpose of keeping act for the sale of timber lands in the
i to be not loaded.
Asa mosquito counties: “Mr. Hill Las had agents
a treat which no one should miss.
i states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
alighted on his face she playfully pro in the Central Oregon field this Sum our trade with Sail J ranclsui.
Washington Territory,” as extended
The Lakeview Examiner reports
"If Portland would only tlx up the I to all the Public Land States by
posed to shoot It off. when the gun mer, examining the country with
that a destructive hail storm visited was discharged, the ball entering ills considerable minuteness. One of his ! Ashland road, a great deal of freight "Ç1
ill, of Picard, county of Siskiyou, state
the New Pine Creek sect Ion of Lake I jaw, maiming the young man
confidential engineers went into the
of California, has this day tiled in
county recently. The hall stones ! life.
this office his sworn statement, No. 1075,
count ry bet ween Shaniko and Lake city would get the benefit of it.
the purchase of the NEL-« of Section
were as large us marbles and did
“The Lakeview people are also for
No. 11, in Township No. 41, 8., Range
Lakeview Examiner: 8. L. Me- !
great damage to gardens and fruit.
7 E. W. M., and will offer proof to
returned , season. He came out in June, and
little Naughton, the Mage man,
their trade is lost to this city entire show that the land sought is more val
from a business visit to I
uable for its timber or stone than for
daughter has improved considerably .
ly. Should the Columbia Southern, agricultural
purposes, and to establish
Mr. McNaughton is ' Hill a personal and confidential letter
IS THE PLACE TO OET
now building toward Prineville, be his claim to said land before Jas. II.
during her sojourn at Ashland with
charge of the
her mother and other members of the
Falls line and will probably the situation of affairs In Central and might recover her trade, but other Oregon, on Thursday, the 16ih day of
family Mr. De Lap says Ills family, Klamath
1902. He names as witnesses
Mr. Yaden, Southern Oregon. About two weeks wise our only connection with tills October,
I. J. Straw, of Picard, California; H
will probably return to Klamath I be until September 1st.
C*S~Shop near Duffy’s Store.
the new contractor on that line,
S. Mathews, of Picard, California
Falls next week.
Henry W. Straw, ol Picard, California
pay his first visit to Lakeview about caine down from Spokane and was
Eugene B. Henry, of Klamath Falls
I. A. Duffy reports that the excur the 1st. Mr. McNaughton says that dropped off the O. R. A N. train at
Oregon. Any and all persons claim
sion 1sts from this place and other Mr. Yaden Is an excellent man and Biggs Junction and taken onto a
ing adversely the above-deaeribed
lands are requested to file their claims
campers at Olessa were Invited to a understands his business thoroughly, Columbia Southern train for Shaniko.
We carry a splendid line of chllds’, in
this office on or before said 16th day
taffy-pull by Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and and that the people of Lakeview will Thirty incn who were In the car paid , boys’ and youths' suits, at the very of October,
Miss Kittle Wells ot Asliland, at be pleased with him and his service. cash fare from Biggs to Shaniko, < lowest prices, and our shoes beat the
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
from which point they dispersed Into I
their camp, Tuesday night. All had .
I Hou. Tims. II. Tongue has the the country to the southward, most I world. Remember there are no other
The Klamath County Lite Stock
A full line of Buckingham and
11 delightful time.
Association will pay the above Te-
' following to say of his recent visit of them taking teams for long drives. shoes just as good as the Noyes, Nor- Hecht boots and shoes—men's and
This week R. I. Hammond sold to 1 to Crater Lake:
ward for the arrest and conviction of
“The scenery of The Great Northern sleeping car was . man Shoes, made at St. Joseph, Mo. ladies'—for winter wear at the Ex
celsior, Dairy, Oi.
T he D uffy C o .
GoellerJt Hum the very desirable the Crater Lake country is beautiful,
person or persona found guilty of
Immediately leturned to its home
building lot on Main street between 1 1 and one who has never visited the
stealing or altering the marks nr
line. The men it delivered at Shani
brands of any stock belonging to any
the Excelsior, Dairy, Or.
Mrs. Mayione's millinery store and wonderful lake has no idea of its
ko have not returned there, at least fresh ham, bacon and lard and sor
member of thin association.
Attorney RuUmie's office
grandeur. Our party Included about not In parties large enough to lx* ghum, at the Excelsor, Dairy, Or. I Save money by making your home
Address Chas. Horton, President
The price paid was 9450.
twenty members, and we enjoyed a noticed. Nothing definite has come
or J. O. Uamaker,Secretary,
For reliable information concern stead, timber and other filings with
store Is to be erected.
delightful outing. Mr. Steel did to light ns to their mission in the ing public lands go to J. W. llama- C. IL Withrow, U. 8. Commissioner,
Ashland Tidings: The large run everything possible to make the country.”
kar; get the benefit of thirty years Klamath Falls, Oregon.
of salmon into the Klamath river journey a pleasant one, and every
J. V. Pearson, M. I. Mellon and experience.
still continues. The fishermen near body had a jolly good time. On the the R ktublican family, conveyed by
Just received at Bradley & Gun
the mouth of the river arc limited to way out, 1 visited Klamath Indian Liveryman Hazen, made a tour of
100 to each boat in a night, and they agency, and then came through to Pelican bay resorts within the past ther’s a complete Uno of harness and
find It no trouble to catch that num Portlamd as soon as possible."
week, leaving here Friday and re
Dr. Goble of Medford, will be at
ber of salmon In a single drift.
Delta (Ohio) Atlas: W. 8. Wor turning Monday. The first night
Linkvillc Saturday of this
We learn that the bridge at lk -
nsnxa is no longer safe, and is in fact family In their new home at Klam excellent resort, and remained there week.
MRS. E. J. BOYD, Proprietor. -
FOR SALE: Fine cooking apples.
so dilapidated und worn out that it ath Falls, Oregon. We regret to see until Saturday noon. Mr. Griffith’s
Trimmed and Walking Hats, Undershirts, Stockings,
Is Impossible to repair and make, it Mr. Worden leave Delta as he was house aud neighboring camp grounds Apply to Mrs. Mary A. Lewis, West
Shirtwaists, Ribbons, Etc., Etc.
reliable. In justice to the amount
of travel over this bridge, it becomes
becomes young business men and he and fam cold, crystal stream, fed by springs,
See those saddles, made on the Link- !
necessary to provide a new one with ily will be much missed. That they running three-quarters of a mile to ville tree, at Bradley and Gunther’s, i
have our l»est wishes goes without the lake. This creek Is wide enough i Finest tree on the Pacific Coast.
reception given by and deep enough to accommodate a
The Oregonian publishes an Inter-1
When In need of anything In the
and G. A. R. In I good-sized steamer. A dozen or more
view with Dr. 8. E. Joaephi, a lead- j
in honor of A. L. Sargent and wife small boats are on hand for the use stationery line remember Chitwood
Ing physician of Portland, regarding
and Mrs. Judge Upton, Wednesday of tourists. Mr. Griffith has an ideal & Co. have the best.
Office at Hrs. Cranston's Residence on Main Street. Klamath Falla»
the prevention and extcnnlnat Ion of
BOOKS, BOOKS, BOOKS.
evening was a social success. Toasts resort for fishing and pleasure-seek
Hours: 10 to ii a. m.; 1:39 to 4:36 p. m.
contagious diseases. He believes a (
A. 0. U. W.' BUILDING,
were given by Comrades Laver, ing parties, and the uniform courtesy
DISEASES OF WOHEN A SPECIALTY. CONSULTATION PRBB.
state board of health Is necessary to
A choice lot of 25-cent novels at 1
Briggs, Bradley, Lougnecker and and cordial treatment accorded vls-
Office open after September let, Ipea.
secure an efficient quarantine against
hitwood & Co’3.
Wilkins, and Comrade Wolcott pre- ' (tors by himself and wife make hlrj
diseases. An effort to provide for.
Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment Wev
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving.
L F. WILLITS, Proprietor
THIS SPACE BELONGS
► EXCELSIOR -4
I, F. Davies, Prop.
DAIRY, KLAMATH COUNTY, ORE.
Klamath Falls Marble Yard
First Class Work of all Kinds in Stone.
Klamath Falls School Commences
Monday, September 8-
6. D. MIZZLE,
NEW SPRINft fiOODS $
CENTRAI MILLINERY STORE
And Ready for Business.
Developing and Printing for
i Amateurs a Specialty.
DR. BERTHA E. SAWYER,