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•be il.mce given by Hie Firemen of could not speak but pointed toward entire sympathy of the coinuiunity in
J. L Padgett arrived last evening Oh* city was largely attended last his left arm. A liasiy examination their sorrow.
IliurMlay night ami I all enjoyed showed that his left side Was para-
Mr. White *n« a member of the
KelerrM'- »•? l-rmiasioel
were alioul 7’, lywd.
Hy motion he expressed a de- Bonanza Lodge of Odd Fellows and
A Kershner of Spring lake w»M In GcketK M,|,| .|||( Tlieie
N.dXai ,u"‘l *"'*
ncat little »Ire to write and with a pencil wrote: • lie burial services were conducted by
the city Saturday.
L a •-<
Sum w , ih realized for the isin haxe of “Paiker, electricity," A little taler that order, and the remains were In
Mrs. U. Baggett I* rf-i# conllued to
“ '("ok and ladder wago*i.
No use he wrote “Allee,’’ his wife’s nani«!, terred In their cemetery Monday.
her room with th« grip.
'u say anything about the orchestra ftnd then the g<HM| right hand lost It,
w. p. KINO.
C.ilWAVlON la-e Ikih-u waa In the city Wed- ** 'I"-) always pl ly lhe latest music cunning and his Iasi power of ex- Vied on- the
17th Inst, Wilxy P.
nredny from the Dorris ranch.
»»’I arc up-Lu-daie tnusleiaiua
pri Shing Ills mind had passed. 'Though Kin*,, at the home of his daughter,
IL'iuemlHT the usual Saturday
Mr». Mollie ('aiiK-ron, wife of el- the most prompt medical assistance Mrs. M. J. Chastain, after an. Illness
Office m lh« Rare»'« *• BAilillhg.
nlglu deuce ul the opera house.
Sciistxr Theodore Cameron ef Jack w.is had he passed away in little over of stout three weeks of lung compli-.
Klamath I'alle, Oregon.
ratlhn. The remains were laid U>' I
of the Young sonville »ml mother of Otis Krause an Imur.
rest Friday afternoon Ih the Odd Fel
Mena IC«|Mil>lican Club .Monday night
ilhii-bh from an "listruction Of lhe in- Hargenl Is an open book In Fulton lows’ cemetery.
mark l burns
Wilsy P. King wax born In Morgan
George Hum's ll.udwam store 1 u,i i’*tInes. Mrs. Cuineroii came here county ami we nei-d only tn Insert a
about four weeks ago to attend Mrs. few dates. But few of our Cltlaens j county, Akbarna, March 12, 1820.
The surveying eorp* have com Krause win, |bid been seriously 111 are wider or more favorably known, , Grew up to man's estate In his native
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Married Eliza P.
menced work on th# mw irrigating and It was since her arrival that she lie Was b to In Newburyport, Mass., state and county.
herself Wiu suddenly stricken ill. January 12, 1844, of a long line of Wilson and moved to Green county,
I be remains were taken to the mil the tiauie who have flourished In that Illinois, where be resided for four
Come nnd try fto cent* worth of
Kiinduy «ml were met at Mlids state since IS09. In |8W> he came to years. He went from Illinois to Ten-
darn ing KatuMay night lit the opera
husband, who accompanied Ohio, to Wauseon, where he became a nesee where he resided for a short
flENEHAL FHElÜHTfcll. liouae.
limp, f From
Tenncxee he went to
'bcm h> Jacksonville, where the fun- clerk In Hunt’s store and later in ( time.
C. <V < lopton and Al, Wain» lr.
i*i«l was held.
M^FI',""il't **"’ •'•«’Kil attention
rived ill lhe i lly 1 msday from
On June 1(1, 18*13, In- enlisted in ter of 1849-50 and settled near West
•* M. Fuller of Tacoma. Wash.,
I * I ■_« I V1U U*
In. t-z. 4»
. i zI/.z 1 nr.
i I I * tlie
I./, I 1 * i
' *ho came here from Ashland some Co. II, Htfth O. V. I., and was mus Plains,
he z. wax
Attend Hir dance Saturday night seven weeks ago died at the Klamath G ri d out with ili« regiment Febru- close of the civil war. He went from »2
al lhe opera Imuac from s until 12 lloiine Monday night at alKHit 10 ary I’*, 1804. On Aujust 12, I8»G, Howell to Oregon county, .Miswiuri.
lo'clix'k from pardlysl».
Dw-ciuw-d ( he enlisted as sergeant In Co. B, 182.
To Father and Mother King, four up
Tin«. Drake left Wednesday morn came hr tv mainly for ills health ami G. V. I,, was promoted to 1st Lt. in sons and three daughters were born. 1 ’•
United State! Commtssiuner.
tug for Salmi and IMllsiid on a busi was suffi'ring from partial paralysis ( o. K, ami wax mustered oul with Of tiie seven children, four have died,
»nd those living are: J. A. King lives j r-r
I when hr arrived. He bad been oul tin. regiment July 7, 1805.
KLAMATH FAMA. OR»..
After his army service he came to at
... West Plains, Mo., Mrs.
in. M. A. Baty, *
F. W. Vallie, |xed oilier Inapi-ctor.
GENERAL LAND BIWfifESS.
Delta and clerked in C. W. Hatton's ! his youngest daughter resides at Hil- -g»
arrived In the city Monday from ranches ami piobably the ex|M>xuri‘
during this bad weather hastened the store until January 1, 187«, when in dereth, Clay county, Mo., and Mrs.
fatol str .k«-,
J ||,. bod/ was cm- partnership with his brother, M. 8., M. J. Chastain of Bonanza, Or., with
furnished of any lands in Klamtth Co.
If you Wish to we yoiirsrif |<s>k
balnuul by Dr. Ilargus and w:»s they entered Into the drug buslm-sa, whom Mr. King has resided for the
Into a liMiklng glass and sec the rr-
CorrstttoiM received dally.
shipp'd to Tacoma yesterday morn-j In which they continued until in 1887, [ past six years, since the death of
when they sold out. and tn 1888 pur Mother King.
2000 pound* of |N>tator* for sale al 1
chased the Longnecker dry goods
Father King had been a constant
Th<- passengers on the boat Satur- !
I cent p>*r |s>uu<l.
store. Then tiny •uCtied out In 1892 incnilsT of »he Methodist Episcopal
I day night had an Introduction to the'
but Immediately rebuilt and contin Church, South, for «3 years, died in !
!country which they will not readily
ued business until some two years ago ! the triumphs of a living faith, aged
Dietl Saturday, March H»,
forget. Mliert the boat reached the
when after selling out, he, with his 84 years and 5 days.
the llifaiil child of Mrs. Walter
Island nlxuit three miles below town
family and son-in-law, W. h. Worden
It must of have conceived the Idea of
Cleanliness and Good Work
Borti—In Horsefly valley. Monday, $
Hot luudies kervi-d at tlie Grin taking a short cut for it Imbedded it- and wife removed to Klamath Falls,
Cafe, free from 12 to 2 p. hi . and from M lf m the titles which extend out in Oregon. Here Ills Health seemed to March 14, 11*04, to the wife of J.
fall him and 0:1 January 25 last he ar Dillard, A girl
A/»o Aqent for LONDON AND 1U to 12 p. m.
the water on either side of the river. rived here on a visit and for the bene
Mrs. H. I’ Galarniiu whd has After every effort It was found Im
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO
fit of his health.
lM*cn quite sick for tlie (suit month Is possible to dislodge the boat on ac
On February 9. l»70, he was united
count of the darkm-sx and a heavy In marriage with Alice L'pliain and |
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS.
The frogs of this locality have «now storm which wax raging. They to them one daughter, .Mrs. W. 8.
takvii a lay-off; evidently the ”lh- were compelltal to remain there all Worder was born.
night Ih th« storm until daylight.
inenla" have satisfied their wants.
A. L. Sargent wax village clerk, and Fish & Balis,
Il Hl. <5eo. Rph<«p, th« furnitur«- Next morning while asslxtli'* In get incmls r of tlie Council and of the
ting th« lxi.it lixtsr, one of the pax- Ik'ird of Education for many years.
man. eaprets to move Into hl, new
Proprietors. . .
Meáis at all Hours
«rngers, Mr. C. W. Latulls, rnginecr In all of which petitions he was one
building by the first of the month.
for the Klamath Canal Co. slipp'd
Day or Night > >
W II Mcf'Pire w as an arrival from and fell striking on the back of his of the most useful officers and In-
Iks- valley Tuesday ami ha, toen do-
head and dislocating Ills jaw.
The Choicest of Liquors and'
Oysters, any Style
Ing litislness In the city fot the p.e>»t was brought to the 'city unconslous ' rade and past commander of McQuil-
I. W. BURRISS, Prop.
Wines always •« stock.
»nd whs at tended to by Dr. Hargus. Fulton Lodge No. 248, F. & A. M.,
Mont E. Hutehlhmt in»k«s your lie Is now practically recovered.
ch.irter member and past High Priest
We also keep the best
rubts-r stam|s> to order, and handle,
Mr. •'. N. Hawkins, of lhe Grang of (k'tavlus Waters Chapter, IL A. M.
all kinds of office supplies, Scud in
Brands of Cigars.
ers’ I'nion. arrived Wednesday, from I and was a member and past Noble
(•regon. after a week's almenc«.
lie Grand of Delta L<xlge, 1. O. O. F. ! Your Patronage Solicited.
Iki you know that w.w«ri I, waree is now at tin- head of a large irriga 1 In 111 these orders his advice and j
Main Street, Near Bridge, Klainath Falls, Oregon;
st this office. If you do nut. just tion |irujr»-t In the Klamath »»Iley. , counsel w.u, frequently sought and al- [
timid a load to the front d<s,r and we The prop».it Ion Is to take water ways cheerfully given.
how tjillck we will take II.
With the great mas* of the people1
from the Klamath Lake, ati Immense
Judge II. L. Henson and Chas. H body of water, lylnir at a high eleva with whom his life was spent he was!
Mrs. T J. Offield, Prop.
Wit bro» are In Portland at present tion. and fed by the snow of Hie Cas a favorite and all mourn his loss.
The Ladies of Klamath County are invited to call
The funeral service at the Presbv-1 MERRILL. OREGON
anil on their return we may riprct to cade*. By means of a tunnel three
and examine my new line of Dress Trimmings,
hear some new stories as the old ones thousand fee* in length and connect- ! terian cl'urch, Sunday afternooti was!
, mg ditches, the water Is to tie taken ¡attended by such a large number of
are worn out.
Underskirts, Combs and Hair Goods.
Board by the day, week or
Loula Gerber ahd wife left Wed. to the Klamath valley, where It is Ills old friends, that all could not:
nrsdav morning by private convey. ■ stlinated abrvilt Seventy thousand gain admission to the church. The
Mrs. J* €?• I’erez,
1 ance for Ikikegama where they will acre* of land can be made Subject to M-rvice wax conducted by Rev. Frank-
take the tralb for Sacramento. They j irrigation. This land is
the best that the mar*rt
cipect to tie g.me several month,.
tremely felt lie: Associated with Mr. 1 lln Pus’, G. A. R. to"k charge of the
.Mont E. Ilulclilson will du your
From Grossman & Co’s New Sample ¿1
ILtwklns are B. F. Gould, W. K. service aild rendered the Post burial
type writing with neatness mid dis
Brown and some San Frunciscd par service in a manner full of feeling for
Book of Tailor Made Jackets, Suits, >
patch. And aiMi notorial work; legal
Already contracts have been the lost comrade. The music was
|Mi|M-rs pertaining to the transfer of
Skirts and Waists.
I signed for the txindlng of aliotit a rendered by a male quartet. Nmner-
! real estate a s|ieciiilty.
I» Somewhat Personal
third of the Irrigable land.
Mr. 1 "Us friends were here from neighbor-
, site post office.
Hawkins Is not much In love wltii : Ing towns to pay their last respects.
HAYLONE’S H1LLINERY STORE.
Till» may serin -but has
G. (1. Anderson of Dairy made this the climate of Oregon, but thinks It The body was placed In the vault at I
Il ever occurred to Y<»(J
office a call Monday, lie sav, that ss Is a great place for enterprise and in Greenlawn cemetery. Resolutions of
we failed to Include 111’ name among vestment. San Benito Advance.
that YOU can protect
rcs[HX't were twill by the Masonic,
lie caiull'lnies in our last issue, he
(kid Fellows and G. A. R. orders.
YfM'Il family and Vol'll
w Isli'-s to announce hliusclf as .1 e»n
A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY
estate with n policy In
' life of oi!r l.or'1 upon ertrth will be
dldate for assessor.
tlie EQl IT4IH.I I II E
1 oliacrved at the l’resliy tcrliui church
1 Dr. (leu. Merryman who has been
brglnuing next Sabbath, which is
I must make room for my new summer
thit is good f. .r H| f... •
confined to his naxn for the past
Rev. Starr, of the Falls, has been
Palm Sunday, and continue each
value any day that you
goods. Take advantage of this sale now.
week with the grip Is now able io be
1 evening at 30 throughout the week. called to our town twice within a
may die, nnd that la also
| out again. His many friend, were
Two classes are especially Invited,
worth in caah nil the pre
I glad to see him once mure In his i First, «11 Christtansof whatever name. our deceased friends, and while here
I usual happy spirit.
mium* you shall have paid
I all who are trusting leans Christ for preached in the new church Sunday
Quite an excitement was caused salvation. Second, all those not yel I evening.
(nnd profits Iswidiv«) If you
Saturday by the burning out of I hr Christians but who have any Interval .
Messrs. Dalton and Car: were in
lire twenty years?
lli»B at the residence id E. B. llenry. whatever 111 Christ, with the thought town Sunday from the Carr ranch.
true. For the print ami
¡Tlie Arc department promptly re that possibly at some time they may They report that the high water ini An excellent preparation
Tlie Klamath County Live Stoct
full particulars ask
sponded to the call but by the time loik to Him tor salvation. The aim Clear lake was tiixxling their buildings Harmless to the most delicate
AxRbctatltrtJ w’U pay lhe above re
WILL S. WORDEN,
of tlirfr art Iva) the scare was over.
wil< he I" make real anil bring down
ward for the arrest and convictioc of
skin. Try it.
J. A. McIntyre, of MiNwtirl. who t.i tin present the consuniation of of their dam to lower the water.
any person or persons found guilty of
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
was for some time manager of the God’s wonderful plan for man’s re- Hence the continued high water of
stealing or altering tlie marks or
brands of any stock belonging to ant
Aahland Klamath Falls stage line, I demotion. The services next. Sab Lost river.
member of this association.
J. O. Hamaker has learned by ac
| arrived here Monday Io attend the bath will all Ik’ of Special interest.
Address Chas. Horton, President^
Beginning promptly at 10 a. tn., in- tual experience that it is hot safe to
four Eyes are Weak ana
or J. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
Salmon. We understand lhe case sle.td <’f Hie regular Sabbath school carry a light into an acetylene gas
there will b« solos and duets by the plant, especially when It is general- >
has been settled outside lhe courts.
KLAMATH LAKE RAILROAD CO.
children, and several brief addresses. Ing gas. Mr. Hamaker hardly looks
I* tattili filLw jiiil Eye Wuh The Republican* of Merrill organ Al II the sermon will lie appropriate himself with his eye brows, moustache
ized a Young Men’s Republican Club
to the day, Palm Sunday, and at 7:30 and hair singed.
al that place Inst Saturday evening.
IN EFFECT OCTOBER 1». WM.
p. in. Che subject will be “The Very
The recent high water of Lost riv
Aahlsnil, Omena. J*n M I’m.
C. T. Oliver was elected president|
tor bocior | U), )h„
«y«n»bl In in)
Heart, the Vital Center of the er Is report<>d by the oldest Inhabi
W. 1*. ItluMlea, vice-president; (•- W-
aksnt «on» w*«a I uamlHrm
wel- tant to have been the highest since
"I my ay*. |
nnw K)n,| tn .ay that | •lory, secretnryt A. T. Chibinc, treas
7 A M
5 P. M.
wnnilsrtallr. My eyesight I. hnt-
3 P. M.
9:30 A. M.
D ash .
urer, nnd C. T. Oliver, G. W. Jury, A. conn.
vvss brio,. an,| | an> not troubled
ksa.lai.lwa a. | WM. The glane. ar« T. Uluhlnr, C ltobley and T. A. B ills
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
All tho Popular brands
A lfred l . sa roc nt .
Archie G. White died Friday after-
•<'il an4 «a.y io aiy eyes.
as an executive committee. The Re
U altar Moreland.
Wm. Shaffer, a brakeman of Denni
We clip the following account of niHin. Marell 18, 1904, at the home of
publican« of that precinct are quite
**^'’s«<«ln’s Eve W uh cures Gran- enthusiastic and arc determined to Hie death and funeral ol the late Mr. Owen McKendree in Horsefly valley.
son, Ohio, was confined to his tied for
Call and sample them,
"l!"(’d lads, Weak, Mnllerv nnd In-
¡several weeks with inflammatory
Ills sickness, of Abort duration, was
Sargent from Hm Delta Atlas:
You are Always Welcome
nsmerl Eve», Strained and Tired Eves carry that section at the .lune elec
brought on frotn exposure and hard
I rheumatism. I used many remedies,'
or child or adults, by mall 60 cents. tion.
for Fatty don’t know
he says. Finally I sent to McCaw’rf
inently and so favorably known in work lighting the fire of a hay stack
A"lr.ss |»|i. j. k . (’’ASTEIN, Ore-
Thcslrnntcf “Alifm" arrived Tues
drug store for a bottle of Chamber-'
Delta wiis suddenly called lienee at which was mentioned ffijmc few weeks
?',n liiKtltiite of Optcnietry. Ashland,
day from Od(v:<ui, a port on I ppc
Iain’s Pain Balm, at which time I
the home of his brother, M. S. 8a r- ago.
Klamath lake, C.1|»L A. C. Grlfllih,
Caleb T. Oliver, Proo’r
"Fatty,” he’s a good old soul,
was unable to use hand br foot, and
Archie fl. White. ‘■Most son of Mr;
T own TREASIIRER’3 notice . commanding. The passengers were
In one week's time was able to go id
* He I had arisen and Mrs. 8. A. White, of Royston, "Fatty” he’s a dandy,
D. 1W. Griffith, proprietor of the new
work as happy as a clam.
and dressed. and was lu the parlor was born I11 San Jbse, Cal., August 5, | “Fatty” always treats the
Is hereby given that there
. fund, in (j)P town tieasury for sawmill at. that place, J. L. Jones, when tlie fatal summons came but as 187(1, but had grown to manhood and!
by C. C. Chitwood.
redemption <*f fhe following war Herl Wilson, C. E. Uc»d and Klnsay yet had no conversation with any of lived the greater part of his life In
Came to my place December 1, 1903
ranto: |l»32, 1030, 1045, 1044, |i)4u, .Imles.
The bowl »111 no* make
ever they come haitdy a yearling steer, branded 1’ oli right
He had many In
TO THE TRADE.
iln> family. Mrs. Sargent heard lilm Klamath comity
J152’ ,,HR' I»«’« 105°.
regular weekly trips sml will biIng
hip, marked Upper slope and under
interest will cense down luml»cr frmn (he new ffl* mill
Come »nd look at our tine line of
bit In right ear arid spilt and under
him lying on his back. She called ly words of lhe greatest praise of him. !
with “Fatty” or Frank
bit In left ear. Owner can have same Harness and Saddles now mad > up.
opernfed by D. M. Griffith and also
»1 Klamath Falls, Or., this 1
husband who Immediately came His untimely death is a sad blow to|
by proving property and paying We take pleasure in displaying thwart
1. eh..an- her
’"'"lav of March, 1904.
OREGON I charges.
wood for those that in
in ami spoke to Uls brother, who bis bereaved parwuts, who have the MERRILL
N. 8. Dmw, Dairy, Or. Bradley A Gunther.
W. S ii '. mkn :!, Town ’Treasurer. ( Ar
t huti buying
Hu vlniT fence
¿ c. BROWER,
I BUY AND SELL
| Klamath County
j. n. nooRE,
c. H. WITHROW,
KLAMATH BAR3ER SHOP
IC ash S tore
L. F. WILLITS, Prop’r
The Dew Drop
Saloon. . . .
Hotel Linkville • • •
Headquarters for AH Stage LineSi
Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per day.
$250 00 REWARD.
Chitwood's Drug Store
Of field & Verrill
Livery, Feed and Sale