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of Klamath Cuu'ily
of Klamath County
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 9, 1908.
The Peerless Bryan Holds
It in the Hollow
of His Hand
’h«* name» «»I the i»*mp«irary ottb'ers »••••
le« te«l l»v th«* National C««mmltt»*r, II.••
principal ««m*s being T<,m|M»«arv C|u»ir*
man I huoiioie A. B»'||, «»I < aliform «
I riiipotury bi’i uuary, I rev W« mm !*» oii , of
Kanin« ki, ami hirst Assistant S»*««i»»-
taiy, Edwin Sefton, of N««w York. Th*
••«4»*<*ll««ii» wet»1 tMtifl<-i| by the «»liven*
I loll «ii'l a spet oil »«»colt piloted Tvilip«»-
• ar v < lian muu Bell to the slam!. The
‘alHornia ’»latvsmnn in a h*ngthy m | m «««« h
sounded »h»’ I «»x «»»»••• «if the roll Ve.i! i"ll,
The Local Option Case
T'h«* lilial M'tfUHient on the p«'titi«»n of
\Ji*- Akin f»'«m Central Point i - v ••*«<
A. < astel ami Kent I'allsid against
Ing M is« Net I>rrw.
Klamath County, the county jmiga and
Mm» M« k«*«* fr««m near Dorri» I* visit*
««»mmissiorier*, lor writ of review, in*
\<»|ving t ii<* *pro«« .-dings ol I he ««»tint y iiing h«»i sister, Mr» (.'lies, l/rea.
ele» lion op lo« al option, took place I m *-
l i«k«*v Bros, were earhanging horae«
f'»r«’ lu«b*«- Henson Momiav. The argu with P. H. Gray, our veteran horae
ments commelic«*«l at 10 o’clcsk ami i trader, this w«*ek
were «on« lude«l at 3 : Hi that aflermsui.
Dairy is Iwing w«*|l supplied with fresh
Hi* Honor aiinoiinc«»«| at th«« «Io*«* of th«* meat these «lavs, tw<» wagons «•»«•!»
arguments that h«* would Io rk through we»*k.
th«* author ¡lien MH »piM'dlly HM pHMMibh*
Prof. Hall an«! wifa started for Paisley
1 am! d«M*i<le ns soon a* lie cotila do mo ,
July third an«! returne«! on the sixth
i ronstat««iit w ith the I III tllMlH«' of th«*
«‘onsiilerably »«in I »urn«*« I hut pertai*» »
little brllci satisfied with Dairy.
Mr. Mills for the |>**htioi»er ' 4. the
t large cr^wd attended tt»e cr'ebra-
gro«m I that m the mstivrof tbe petition
ol the oter» t«^ order mii ele« tion to ' Gun here on tlie Fourth. A voo«j •.ari-
vote on the i|tie»tioii «4 h»cal option, tl «• «•ty of amusements were i»n»*red to all
n*cord «lid not sh«»w’ by certificate of the wifi wi»lu'<l !«• participate. The »(Mak
clerk that th«« |M*r»«>na signing were l«*gal ing was som«*what irregular and not
v«»t«*rr*; that th«* sheriff** certili«*at«* of <|Uite what we are use«l to hearing on
the p««Htliig of hot I«*«-* ol ll«<* vl«*« tmii Will su«4» «M*<*a»ir»n», hut we confess som»* of
iiltmlficient, hi Ibat In* return di«l not the uttertanreM Were quite forceful »f imt
sav where ||ic not ices were posted but patriotic.
Klamath Falls Team Ahead
In th»* ball game yesterday th«-
Kia mu th Falls team beat Silver
Lake by a aeore of 17 to 6. In
the mornintf’M game New Pine
Creek boat Cedarville 6 to 4.
Thia practically give» Klamath
for the only
time the team lias been beaten
was in the game with Cedarville,
but that team has now been de
feated by New Pine Creek and
eariv in the tournament Klamath
Falls won from the New Pine
< reek team. It is verv probable
that if Klamath Falls’ team will
defeat the Cedarville team they
will be given first place.
t’ountv court r<?nvened Morwlay morn
ing and alter ««Immisteririg the oath of
«»fli«w to th»* newly el»?« t«**l • ounty of
ficials an«! it»« same having taken tl eir
stations the «-ourt l>egan the transaction
of regular bu»m«-«w».
Most ol the nthi-ers bad »(«ent *ev«*rsl
«lavs in the court honae familiarizing
tliemm-lves witli the work am! change
in itie otlirials is scarcely noticeable as
most of them are familiar with the po«i-
lions they are filling.
It is very likely that at this se»»ion of
the countv «-ourt some action will be
taken on the budding of the bridge
••••/'>»■* l»' i r»ver at the U pper gap
Owing to some mi«nn«!er»tanding the
bridge ba* not been advertise ! a second
time ami the court now propo««« to
have pl *ns an«! specifications drawn ami
tn advertise for hid- in accordance
t herew ill».
FOR THE CITY
Proposition Submitted io
the City Fathers by
H. V. Gates
Ih-nrer, Colo., July H. — Alter Tempo
rary < balrman Theodor« Bell, of <'«11-
Citv official-« ami interested parties
f,orna delivered bls peia'h veste,Jay
wboaUemlrd the council meeting last
altermsm at Ib«* llemocratic Valu,Iiri
iMliVer, Colo.. Iilh 7
I lie I»« in«»«
night and listened to tbe explanation ot
iscy of Ihr East and U«* >i 1« ' »v j«nn«*d I convention, lesoliltml,-ol rc»|*ut lathe
the improvements of the waler system
hand» within the «ha low» • I th« now
as propose,! by Hon. H. V. Galea lor the
clad Rockie« to name staodani bearer»
Klamath Falla Light A Water Co. w, re
and to iorniulale P«»I|< t* ii|»«n which I* i ment taken until ii's«n of Imlay: In his
quite favorably impressed with the plan.
ilp|M«td to the voters of the \tili«»ti I hi«* , J »pr«H*h Chairman Bell «aid in part:
By means of diagrams Mr. Gates showed
"We have assembled al a lime when
i» th«» first time that the part« h i*- r< •
the in sufficiency of the present protec
• •gniA«*d the chilli«» of the W«’»t in the ili,* pulih con», lem-,- is <l,*mundmg lion-
tion in case of fire and also how bis
,-siv >>l pnr|H*ee in the men who untls-t
»ele« turn ol a m«*«*iing phi •• im«l
proposed to remedy matters.
to show hri applet intum ol llo* L >n -i, take to diteci the affaira «»f slate. 'I he
A diagram ol the system shows-1 that
Aside from allowing the regular month
lift** pr<»* i«lr*I i new midihii mni, the pul>ll< «’Ve is k,*ei,lv “insitlveat every
the water mains ot the city run east and
Mrs. John J.iixl is visiting her mother
Will Not Reconsider Bids
ly bills the council did little business
I |Ki|iti< al movement, and ,,ur pr,H erd olilv that they were jxeded in
best equip|»ed «»f H» kilbl »1» \m« n. .»
west with a cross pipe evety three
long before noon, the h«»«ir set lor the I I mgs tier«* will Is' approved aci-ordmg to
Renlying to tl r«'i|«H*t asking for the Monday night, most of the tiire lieing
blocks, but in many parts these pipes
mg place*: also tl^at th«» abstract of the this week.
r«*< om*i«h*ratmn of the Lids on th«* Clear given to H. V. Galea for presentation of
initial aee»l<»n of ih»« twenty *• «-««nd
are not connecte-1, so that tbe circula
votes slioiild havt* appeared ill tie* record
Mr. H. D. Tooker ha» several men at Lak«* «lam, director F. If. Newell, of the hi» plans lor the improvement of the
«|tiadrritninl fh*m rail«* ronvenli«»n, the 1 w,„k of thia convention. There is a .
tion of the syatem is iar from Ireingeven
• «( ib< «««urity court I«» give jurisdiction work putting up grass hay this week. Heclamation Service, ha» written the tire protection of the city.
Ntrertr ill Hie virimt) «4 lh< in li! -»m»i> wi,leaptea<l lieliof. founded upon evi
good. At the preaent time there are
president of the board of director» of
The council revoked its proceedings at
were jammr I with |teople wailing f««r dence ot a convincing character, ll,at the
only short sections of six-inch pipe on
I result of I I k * V«»tv
yeais but th«* «jushty i«J la*tter.
th«* Waler U*er»’ A *•»«>€ i at ion, that it a special meeting, levying a poll tax,
the door» to be thrown u | m » ii
In order farti m |HiWer ha« not been true lo ita
Klamath avenue, the company proposes
Crop pro»|M*cls are improving but a
the same having been illegal. The re
to prevent confil»ion ftlxHlt lb»« entrnm • «* I. ust. I li a l 11 ha« IH-Gared II,e c<,mmon
to exteml this pi[>e the fuli length of ttie
bi«l», but he will recommend that work enactment of the poll tax ordinance
g<M»«l ram is needed.
the police had roped off all of th«* •tr«’»*IS intoeat in the hands ,*f I he eiiemies <4
svenue, giving additional protection for
rwpiirw a rertifh ate of the clerk that tbe
leading to the structure. Mi»)«»r |»rrt go ul goirriitnent, thereby forfeiting Ita
Rev. T. P Howard prearh«id a sermon «•<»mm«*nce on the dam a« soon a** HO j»er will lie taken up at the nex* meeting.
Main street and making it possible to
I voters who sign»* I the petition were
a««nmrd paraonal < ha«geof th«* handling right ami <le«tr,,ying it« ability lorulei
her»* Sunday evening and orgMnir»* I a cent of the lands are signed up with the
lower the tire insurance rate according
’«jualilied •-l«-''tor«, but that sU' li (»eiition
Mrs. C. E .Meldrum ha» returne«!
of the crowd, and i »mull i«m\ of po- tn the tinme<4 th«- |«e>q«lf*. Apparent to
to iuaurance men who are conversant
ThoM* a ho ar«* familiar with the con from a vi»it ai Portland.
I ice tn»» 11 was detaile«! t«» pi «■ •«*» \ «• . « hr evrry««ne is the laet that wav down deep was for the <*oiiniy court mik I ulien the
with the conditions.
Hans Sloehsler entertame«! a nutnl»er
<«»urt ba l saiisfh*«l it-« lf that th«* peti
ditions ►ay that the statement of I>i
During the a»»rmhlmg and t-enliiig of II, th«* heart nt the Repubitcan conven
<». H. Mr I m i» in the city from Mon
The company proposes to connect up
tion • >mp!t«»d with th«» la* it was its of hi* friend» at his home on the Fourth. rector Newell is equivalent to saying
the delegate* th«* fxinou* ,, c «'WI m « v tion at Chicago there was a feeling of
tagne looking after hi» intereate here.
all aections ol pipes in all parta of the
John Jones an«! family returned to that nothing will be done on the dam
ba ml" of Pueblo an I Alam- a | mh hv«i anger an I resentment over the |s«|mlar
Donald Worden went to Bray vew- city so as to perfect the circulation of
that the return made by the sheriff and their homestead close Dy last week and thi» tear. Parties owning lands under
Up (|exl to tfir r<M«f h» th«’ rear f ti c clamor for reforms; ami It ia e«¡uslly
tenj ay where he will spend bit Sum- the system and thereby furnish protec
will remain for Mime time.
building, rrlidered a mixed pl *gra"i <»! patent that there la no lions fide mien
tion for every district within the cor
Miss Elva Turnage was the guest of signed ar»* now very sI 'W about enram-
li- n >m the part <4 the Republican party with the law la-ing prima facie evnleiice
patriotic, rla»si«'al ami r»g-tlm«* an*.
Mix Maud Baldwin returned Tues- porate limits. In order to do this it
that all the provision» of th»* law had Ml*» Zeiiiia Sedge for a few days till/« tiering their land« by signing them for
The dec«»rati>>m* were prohaldv the of granting anv reforma, ff th«- machin
day from an exten«led visit at Port- will lie necessary to expend approxi
lieen romplh«*! with, ihh <I»* the w«>rk w rek.
government irrigation when they have
moat elalroiale ever u»« d for a futict i*«n ery ,«l that parly can be retained in
mately I*.OLIO in tbe laying of additional
land, Beaverton and Glendale.
no definite knowledge of the time when
of this nature. A larva the »eat of the I preseiit banda,
pipes, which the company is willing to
chairman wan sus|»rnded » mugiotiicnt
"Among thegieat evil« that afflict the
Also that it wns not neceasarv that
formerly resided in thia city and alto at do if the city will install fifty-one
picture of George Wa»hington, « <lta|H-«l I country at tire present time ia tire abuse
the alaitrart made «>( the vote should be
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Lakeview, arrived here from Portland hydrants, which, with the nine contract
with huge American flag* and f^»t * <nrd «•I C'»r|H.rati««ii |xi»er.
hydrants, will give ample fire protection.
A picnic was held at the Ra »ton place
inclu«le<| in the or«ler d»^'laring the re
about it were many vaidn of tri colored
“ I h«« »I cim - h *. atn: party is not the
The company proposes that the city
sult ol the »-lection ; that such abstract on the Fourth and an all round good
bunting. To the right wan n similar ' «-n»*my ««f property
but to th»» con*
Klamath Fall» is well represented at shall buy and install the additional
Farmer, and rancher» in tbia vicinity
wits ma«le for the informal ion of the time was had.
picture of Andrew Jackson and t«> the i tuny, it
inuavs *t< .d ft ml will
aie Iw-xnininit to fee more jubilant over Spring creek fishing reeort these warm hydrants and own the same, the nine
Jonah Spark» is putting up hay on the
county ••»art, and wu le t a juriadic-
left «me of Thoma* leffer»on
On the | continue I«» »land llrmlr again»! every
tbe crop proapcct». The warm weather days.
Seveial families arc camped now installed being the property of the
ti'inal matter. Ami that the order de Date Vinson ranch.
opposite wall «»• u pliot«»graph «»f tl-e *j - .« *• «»I agg»«- • n that w«»ul I de*tr««v
ha- advance.! gram, ami graaaea »und, r- there and a number of others are company and the city paying annually
claring the result of the election ln*ing
Will Stevens is hauling plank for the f illv m the pa«t few weeks and many of planning to go.
butt iMmornitir president, <«rover ( eve- «>r
nk« n the right «4 sin man tn ea
therefor $3U5, this being the amount
prima fa«u»* rvidem r that all th«* pro* new bridge acrosa Miller creek near the
land, horde rod with lliuk in umir rv|
•» tl.«* t«-.nu-l» t*« wl idi hi. i.alieni-e,
the farmer, who have liel i» inder tire
vision» <»f the law hn«i Itecn u*«mplied Slack mill.
Mrs. W. F. Haskins, of San Francisco, fixed by the contract.
• lence of the prevailing fueling «4 *orroM
i»> •‘«»II, In« imlm»try ami hi* economy
canal »av that the yield will lie letter
The company realizes that the city
who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
with in giving notice of and holding said
II. H. Burnham liH«i »ne ol (listineet thia year than it was last year,especially
over hi« recent «h' ith
I he national * nt ’
W. S. Wordm for several week», left could not pay for sixty hydrants at thia
election, and m • -ounttng «nd returning
colors were uae<| profusely in «wrrying i '’rhe l*rm«»crntic party i» not an wi
rye crop» that can I m * found.
is tin- -■> »ith tiie tint cutting ol alfalfa.
the voles nn«l d»-< taring the results
Wednesday f«»r Weed, where she will rate an-1 has made the proposition that
out the decorations.
emy ol all corporation*
Tbeie are .vuie fields throughout tiie
visit for a tew «lays before returning if the city will install the additional
thereof the pr«»t-ceding coul'l n«»t I m » at
In th«* renter of the hall were IU02 their gt«-»t value tn the industrial world,
ba-iu that are not as goods, they should home.
trade, »awing lumber.
fifty-one hydrants, they, will make an
tacked by «nt of review.
•eat* for th»» drh-g itr* and in l«ack of litro igli the agency of incorporation.
la- ai d all of the crop« are a little late,
annual charge ot »1,200 for tbe sixty,
Both parties submitted vohiminous
Mr. and Mrs. 8. K. Noel and daughter
theee wen» I hr »< Ata of i hr alternate» seattere.1 wealth 1« brought together
but (lie general prospect,, are now much
thus adding only |8M to the present
briefs ami if will prot»«bly l»e several attended the picnic on the Fourth.
Iti each of these »«M ii.ih
were tao and given a driving I .ree that it would
belter than they were a rhort time ago. arrived in the city Thursday from Cali hydrant cost and getting therefor fifty-
da vs I m 4<>ru J ii Igr Hen»<«n file» a decision. A.D. llar|M)i>i is irrigating liis grain
wanii'i), ('olorsdoaml I (sheath haying not otherwise |»>».e.«. great enterprise«
one additional plug*.
Mr. Gates esti
aith water from his reservoir.
I. uke Walker came in from Bly Wed for some time. They have returned
•ent a female delegate and no ftllernah* ate llierebv undertaken ami the unde-
could be pur
Midway Co. to Rebuild Line
Jeff Willson ha* a proas tree that crl- nesday to ¡-[.end a few days in the here to remain and are satisfied that it
It i» the first turn» that th*
velo|M-«| remiiiree» of the country added
chased and installe,! for about »30 each.
m » ebratrd tire Fourth by comuni into lull citv.
He reports everything doing well
eltr«*'* of the West ha I t hr opf *»r I unit V to the wealth ol the World.
In addition to the laying of the pipe
Klamath. Mr. Noel states (list condi
In tl,e Sprague river valley.
'•Viewed In the light of a great moral force«! to rebuild if» line to Bonanca as bloom on that day.
of »reing women politician» partiri| at*
the plans for tbe improvement of the
Gtuirge I>eal has most of his hay cut
iii* in national affair*
qm-slloll, the ioniini of
water system provide for the comple
W. C. Sanderson an I tarnilv will
crops will not he very good.
common tion current from the M««ore Bros, power an I he report» an average yield.
tion of the two reservoirs that are now
Great interest frittered in th«* arrival »Itiini I leiliäni a question
move to Ashland in a lew days. Mr.
of various log men <4 the patti « h I id . in erii r.iilo-r than a politi, »1 « ne bui line. 1 he str«>ng voltage passing over
G. Heitkvmper, Jr., has received a in tbe course of construction and for the
Hay hand are plentiful and wage* Saiolerson has a fruit ranch near that
1 stallation of a pump that will throw
lister lawn seen in this |-n,l .4 the ,- >tin. lhe shainefill compia - net- of the re the M«»ore Bros, line will affect nil lower than last xear.
Grand Parlor * phonograph.
city which they will reside upon.
: I ow icnuuiiR
«uiiiuie. l The one pump
try. As their identity la-aaiiie knoatt inibii hi p.irtv in permilliug It« fore«-« ground circuit lines and in order to
The instrument is the latest improve- now in use bas a capacity of 800 gallons,
i th«» trouble the Midway Companx
(’apt. O. C. Applegate has returner) ment in the phonographs and it and and the second one is added as a safe
in the gallery Hii-i were yuan gemi mi - i In I
■ ill,- I ami <«|»erated by the n
airier, Mrs. Burnham.
from the North end of the county. two others sent to a firm at Portland guard in case the one should bjeak while
rounds of appiana«'.
most ottemling corporatmna of the will rebuilt! its line, making it a cop|»er
Wm. Pankey, wife and daughter cele He participate*! in the Fourth of July are ttie first ones sent into the state of a tire is raging. The two pumps and
By 12 <»’cl«M'k lli<* Hii«ln«>i hi in w ;»« t-ounirv throw* di»« pr>bl**in ini«» politi» metallic circuit. The work will la» Ire-
the three reservoirs will give five sources
celebration at the oi l Fort Klamath.
the Fourth at the picnic.
(Mu kod (rotii f|»M>r I«» th«» t««pm«M<t gnl« < »l arrtm mi l «•
th«» public to
, Oregon. It is a beautiful piece of orna of supplv in case of tire and will have a
II. R. I>unlap has returne,! from the mental furniture and the tones are as tendency to an automatic regulation ot
lery, u iimjorilv «»I th«* vi**il<»»j« »rut» choose U*tw«*«*n th«* «Ivtnocralic party
Bonanza was a dry looking place on
Child Badly Burned
that will, an«l tin* republican party that
lM»ing iM'Ciipicd bv w«»n»«*n.
the Ft»nrih, hut some of the breaths \V,,,«1 river valley where iie had been clear as from any musical instrument the pressure where elevations are the
\ »««let, th«« h*year*oLI «laughter of Mr.
Under the improved system the
for several days looking after his cattle. in existence.
Shortly after n«M»n ('hairnimfi Tli«>m.v will h<»i, place some rvHtrietiona on in-
sinrlled rather wet.
tire pressure on .Main street will be ap
and Mr<. J. R. Hulse, had her face Mini
He -¡ays the range is very good in that
Taggart ol Indian», brini «4 th«* D<-in«»* ror|M>ration grrv«l.”
The Southern Pacific well boriug out proximately 100 pounds, while on Klam
It mnv l»e to the benefit of some of
liair «piite l»a«Uy btirne«l Monday even
section and stock of everv kind is in fit, under tbe supervision of Harry Cros ath avenue it will be a few pounds more
Ik*m.»ciacv is one»* a^iin callrd to
»ratir National t'oiniintt««-. iap(M*«l for
ing l»v the explosion <»( belated Fourth our bachelors to remind the ladies that
and in other sections a tritie less.
ipm u| condition.
onler and tin* buainr**' i th»* «'onvrnti«»n the arena to haltia t»r the »acred prin
by, is engage! in making test pits for
of July fireworks, She a ill suffer no this is leap year.
Mr. Gates did not urge the council to
Krcrrtaiv I i««y t\«».Hl*t>n, cipi**» of »elf government.
Thursday evening at tbe Conaerva- concrete foundations for conduits for the enter into a contract, but presented the
permanent Injury frnni the accident.
wage an uncompromleing war f«»r the
of lb«* National < ‘«»tnnnt !»•• . uh - i«>it>
torv of Music the local Tennis Club places where tbe government canals proposition in a way that made it plain
tbat the present protection is inadequate
« lucri! an«l rrml t hi* call unici which th»« return «4 th«* government t«> the hands . we will I m * railed Upon to revi«» our
entertained the visiting players with a cross the railroad grade. In order to
in the extreme . nd that by following
u»»riiihlag«* had conv«*n»’«l.
F«»ll«»wing of the people. an«l thia mean** that the tar it laws in the interests of th«» whole
Those who con build these conduits in the low places it out the plan proposed by the company
N.P. Edward»and wifepairaed through
thin Rt. Hr»'. Jani«*« «I K«*an«*. Homan phalanx *>t M|M»«‘ial inttirvsts must la* pr«.p!r.M
tri»>«it«-<l were Meadaines Zumwalt, will lie necessary to lav the foundations the city will lie able to secure the best
Catholic Artl»l«l*hop of tl«»* Aicli.h-• -«•-.• broken. Iin» triumph «4 th«* | m •••ph» ran
■ Che corrupt use of large sinus of here no their way to Klamath Falls«. Gates an l Morgan and Mr. W I
on solid bottom, and the test pits are possible protection. The mayor, council
and property owners pre ent seemed
• »( Wyoming, ««ffrrr«l th»» inv- • mion. th«’ »•nine only through the drmoc« •
moiicx in political campaigns is laigvly
inernran. The evening was a very en- between rri ami ltk» feet deep. The out
favorably impressed and it is very prob
party. Will» the power ami «'p|»»”n responsible f««r the subversion of th«» den on their ranch.
amlirncr standing during th»« prav« r.
fit ia at work immediately below town able that some action will be takeu on
<>ur mail service has not ininroved,
Chairman Taggart tn*\i nnno<H<«"l nltv to carry out «Iriiuwratir p»m«’«plr- |H*op|«*’s will nt tlu* polls.
the matter in the near future.
Horace V. Mitchell returne<l Tuesday
--------------------- >----- —*• ar«* awakening to realization of the great the mail always ln-init two or three days
iuoi ning from A-bland, n here he spent
p-mer « t gold in contests that «»tight to late.
the Fourth, lie states that Mrs. L. C.
I m » «h*tvrmine<l acronlmg to the nomi
The hav crop on the swamp is re Si.-emore and Mrs. R. A. Alfonl, who
ported rather light.
also spent the day at Ashland, will re
pohlical issues; and then’ is a general
Ben Kerns has In-gnn to make hay. turn in a lew days with Mr. and Mrs.
demand for publicity in tlu* collection
The saloon has moved out ami all is S. b. Mitchell, who are coining to Klam
and use of campaign fund* so that our
ath to -.(»•nd a few weeks at the resorts
quint once mon*.
«’iti/viis may know whether a political
.1. Frank Adams is hauling from the in the northern end of the county.
paity ha** purchase«! its way into office
A. F. Clnbine, one of the Merrill
or ha** won its victorms by honest R. W . Towers timber to the boat land
ing. the .aine living used on the dredge salooninen, does not propose that the
|?F.( ilNMN< i with S.iturdav, lulv
l b«* Democratic party will continue engaged in the reclamation of the ex prohibition wave shall drive him farther
than aeioss the line into California
for the «lirect election of United perimental farm.
ii,l have decided to hold Satur
Frank Nelson is storing a large amount is not more than a mile and a half to
State-* senators, ami It appeals to the
days as Bargain llivs. Each and
the -Lite line from Merrill and Mr.
voters <»f \mrricH to elect memlH»rs ol of coni Wood nt the Keno landing.
Clilbine has a resort already started in
tlu* different state legislatures who will
every Saturday thereafter, different
The Foiiith passed off quietly, no «»ne
the golden state and is advertising that
pl«»dge themselves to vote for nocandi* killed or hurt.
goods will be put on sale at bargain
free busses will inn from Merrill to Ins
«late for the i’niled States senat«» that
ie»<>rt in Calilornia, and it is said that
prices, and it will be to your special
ia not in favor of this reform.
Col. \V. II. Ilolahird I iiin gon«’ Io San
the buss line is piettv well patroniied
benefit to keep your “eye peeled
even though Merrill did co dry quite
time when the angel «»( peace is hover
Mina Florence Epham arri\»*«l from strong.
and watch for future announcements.
ing over the entire world and the na
l^an Francisco Wedne*««la\ to visit at
tions of the eat th each «lay arc mtrength-
Mr. and Mrs. \V. I’. Mickler (nee
the home of Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Wor
«•ning those ties «»I friendship and com-
Mis- Alice Ellis returned a few days
mo’i interest that will render war less
ago Hom Odessa and Fori Klamath, und
Many of the parties’ who attended th«*
ireqitent, and permit mankind to turn
left lliis morning for then future home
<>n Saturday, Inly ii , tlieie will be
hig celebration at the old F«>rt Klamath
their hand« to the peaceable pursuits of
at I ee burg, Florida
Mi. aud Mrs.
letluctionson every thing in the holier
life i at her I han lo the «le* truction of one
Mickler mad.- the trip to Crater I ake
el»«' to Crater lake.
from fort Klamath and so tar a« is
(ex< ept my contidut ;'oods) and it \\ ill
Dr. I nher, an e>e, rar, m» «• ami known Were the first tourist» to get to
I he DenuM'rati«* pmlv realir.« •• the
pay anyone wantin? thtnv^ in the
pa it that \meiicamust inevitahh plav throat peciahst, who has beeu practic* the lake in l‘<o
I hex «top at Penver
in the affair of the world, and that we mg in San Franeitcu, has decided to en route to Florida and will be there
jewelry line to call.
« annot escape participation m the set locate in tlnj city and will have his during the national democratic conven- '
tlement ol ever) world problem that office in the rooms with Di Hamilton tiun a« the guests of e Governor Jen
i «rises; but America 1 weight and inffu* Hr i'otiHS highh iei«numended a a Hinge, of Florida
Mrs. Mugler lias
»«nee must evei be on the side of peace, specialist.
lived m thia city onlv a year but m that
I’leaauie •erkers are coming and going short time lias made many friends who
, on the side of just ice, on the »ide of the
oppressed ; and if the will of the people to an«! from the retorts in the northern will miss her sadly and regret beyond
4iall c««iiimit t«»«»ur hands the sceptei of end «»I the count). The following party measure that she is leaving then circle
power, it will l«e nse«l for the realisation ha» just returned from a camping trip in She Im- lieen a great favorite among tbe
««f the high American ideals that iai»e Wool river valley: Misa M. F. Hamil young people as well as with all whom
our own people to the loftier ami better ton, F. S. Bratt, Rev. Geo. T. Pratt. W. she has met and all. while in good
things ami through our precepts and D. I ly, H. Grizzle. Mr. and .Mis, Geo. «¡¡tie-, wish that Mr. and .Mrs. Mickler
, examples contribute to the weli-be»ng Gristle, Mins K. DeF. bkinner and Mi. might choose Klamath county as their
and «Mrs. Will Humphrey.
and bappiuesa of all.mankind.*
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