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Cliff. Ore. July 5. l»08.
Mr and Mrs Jani««s McCurdy have
gone to Dairy. Klamath county, a!
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
ter a load of s«-ed grain and fe«*d
They will h<* gone about ten days
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
Mr ami Mrs F X Whitney hav«*
gone to Prineville. Crook county, to
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Arthur Brown. Joe Kasper, and
AB comniunioatioiis submitted for publication in the columns ol this paper
will be inserted only over the name of the writer. No non de plume article» Verne and Eiank Whitney celebrat-
will be published.
*d the Fourth at Silver Lake
Ben Green. who has bi-on em-
Democratic Convention Nomi Prospects Improving Through
nates Bryan and Kern
Denver, Colo., July 9.—Much of the
time yesterday afternoon at the l*emo-
cratic National Convention was -i--nt in
wrangling over the majority and minor
ity reports oi the < redentisls committee
and it was not until late in the evening
that the report was Anally decided
The permanent organisation was ef
fected this morning and Senator Clalon,
a prominent Southern statesman. «»<
made the permanent chairman of the
convention. He made a stirring speech,
pointing out to the party the many
duties that confront«*-! it anJ touched
briefly upon many of the issues that will
form planks in the party platform.
Upon rollcall ol the National com
mitteemen from the various states it
was found that the Pennsylvania tight
had not l*een settle.! by the election of
Col. James M. hulk. of the Bryan op.
position, lor when Pennsvlvaroa re
»ponded to the rolleall the place tilled
by Guffv was declared vacant and will
remain so until another committeeman
Following the roll call of the Nation
al committeemen, the convention ad
¿«turned until 7 o'clock this evening,
when the committee ou resolutions and
platform will report.
One noticeable texture of the sessions
of the convention lia» tM*eu tbe tact that
whenever the name Bryan is me itioaed
a demonstration follows showing that
he still remains the idolized leader of
tbe Democracy. 11.» font-» are in con
trol of tbe conventi -u and his nomi
nation is apparen'i. > -«tier of form
Denver, Colo., July .0—At 3 o'clock
thia morning the National Democratic
Convention nominated William Jen-
ninga Bryan, the great commoner, for
President for the third time. It was all
Bryan arid the nomination was ma le oi
the first ballot, the first vote taker
showing the following result: Bryan,
892t> ; Johnson, 4 -; Gray, 59ls. and eigi.i
delegates pot voting. The nominati- i
of Mr. Bryan was at once ravir unan
Following the nomination <■
Bryan the v-nrenti ti adjourned till t •
Denver Colo., July 10. -John Worth
Kern, of Indiana, was nominate»! foi
vice-president today by acclamation.
Chas. A. Towne, oi New Ycrk, who i
waa generally suppor-ed would l>e Bryan’,
running mate, wulidirw in favor oi
Kern, and the name of Clark Howell
who liad also been placed in no linna
tion, was withdrawn and the nomina-
lion of Kern made unanimous.
Declines to Support Bryan
That William J. Bryan is not t
Hearst is indicated by tbe attitud
of Mr. Hearst’s New York new«,
pers.the American and tbe Even
Tbe two papers auno .
a loss of confidence
on their pi
both in the Democratic party a
within a few
days the line will be completed to
Calor and it is thought that by tbe
end of thia month the terminus of
the road will be at Worden which
is but a short distance from the edgi
of the marsh.
The grade across th«
tunnel hill has been completed and
tbe steel gang la already past the
top of tbs hill where the deep cut
It is understood tliat the Harriman
party will arrive here about the first
of August and the extension of the
road la made at this time so that tbe
party will avoid as much of the stage
ride aa posaible.
As soon as the road
Is built to Worden those who claim
to know state that u temporary ter
minus will be established
pines until tbe road can be completed
tg the navigable water.
ment* tlmt will ituiUv*
tlBC* |>BBt’VlBiBM^r IIIOIK\V
Relatives in this city have Iwen •d-
vised of the death of Major Quincy A.
Brooks at Port Townsend, Washington, ’
where he had res.ded for several years.
He died on Mon lay at tbe tipe age of
98 years and his remains were laid to
rest in the cemetry of tho town where'
his «laughter now reside«.
Major Brooks was for many years a
resident of this city an«l at one time
owned all «if the lan«l comprised in the
Hot Spring» tract. He was a man of
considerable prominence in p--litics and
was recognised a« an able lawyer in this
state, he having practiae-l hi» profession
both in thia city an«! at Portland.
recent years he was custom house col
lector at Port Townsend and when a
more active man lie was internal
revenue collector for the Government
for thirty consn-utive years.
ffeceased 1« survived by one unmar-
ried -laughter, residing in the Washing
ton town, ami by one son who is an offi
cer in the regular army, and who was
sent to the West Point Military Acade
my from this city when he was a young
MASON &. SLOUGH
for the rifles.
They declare that the
<hort-barrclle»l new Springfield rifle
proved itself a far better than
present shaft, the coal vein wdl have
■ ncreawd to seven le-t in width, as it i«
now rapidly widening.
The Americans also won the revol
ver team competition. The magni
performances of the Ameri
Belgulm was w-cond
The Investors und pleasure aeekers
use in the British service.
EXt T UNION l*ONTI*ONED.
John Ellie has returned from a trip
through the farming district ofuhe Kia
math basin, and in speaking of the crop
conditions he sail:
“Crops might bark la-tter and they
might It.'k worse, I think wo are a-
well and probably better off than most
[•arts of the Pacific Northwest,
warm weather and the water have
cause«! an a»toni»l>ing growth ami th»
indications are that the second cutting
of aliaba will lie very good, Fouie of
the grain fields do not look well, but
others are better than one I might ex
"Farmers are Ix-g lining baying in
most parts oi the county ami while the
yield » win
hay and also grain » ill l«e go«»)
- Fall —
____ .. shonhl
as the season advances. The price ol
Htorlc is advancing and I hark for a de
cided impr« vernent in conditions in the
next few months."
Mr. Ellis ha« been going over Hie coun
try looking up investments and land»
for parties from the East whom he ex-
|>ect» here later in the season
The Adams dredge has gone over the
dike for theex|>eriinental farm once arid
is now engaged in going over it a second
time. It will lie but a few week» until
the reclamation of the farm will la*
completed and the dredge will then be
transferred to the barge now being built
on the Upper lake and taken to the
Weed ranch in Wood river valley to dig
the drainage canal. However, la-fore
starting on this <anal considerable
dredging will Im done on W<ssl river so
as to make the stream navigable for the
Word ha* been received in A diland
(Fiat the petition asking for the i'oiiM-nt
»f Alkader Temple for the eniablieh*
ment of a temple of the order at Aah-
land, to lie know n aw IIillaii, lias Iwen
A committee of Portland Hhrinera will
confer u ith oflirerH of the new temple
I as to the jurisdiction of the latter,
widch rnay ierlude all Southern <> regoli
outh of Eugene and portion* of South-
Just when the new Shrine will lie in-
Mitnted cannot I m * t dd but it wdl I m * in
he fall perhaps.
Anyway it will las
quite an occ.i-mn and will call for a
pilgrimage of the Bliriners from Port-
¡and to A-bland.
Beginning on .Imp- 20th the Southern
Pacitic made a special rate of one fare
for tffi- round trip from Weed to Jtorrie
for all partie-i traveling on first-class
stop-over tickets or on rnanil trip tickets
from eastern points. On the former the
tickets on the California Northeastern
are good for ten days and on the round
trip tickets for thirty days. The ti kets
can Is* had on application to the Hgerit
<t Wei I. The regular fare between the
two point« is $3 21 lor one way, hot the
cut in the rate is made to give tourists
an opportunity to visit this section nt
a reduced cost
This one fare rate will continue iri ef i
fect until notice is given by the South
ern Pacitic Company.
Consisting oi Seasonable Diess Good
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FRANK IRA WHITE
THE LAND MAN
While In Portland Judge
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
company In order to place It in better
condition to handle the party that
taken by the rallroud
'r< >< >
K ivi i :
boosters will drum up a crowd for
The party of California capitalists
hero a few days ago
to look over their Interests In this
The only acreage udjnrent to
Klamath Falla for salo in »mull
tracts. More than n »core of
people have secured sites for
section and to spend a few days at
Harriman resort, left Mondav morn
Ing for their homes, going to I fort Is
Mills Addition Lots
taking them to
Music furnished the enter-
FHE LAND MAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HAV BIDM WANTED.
Th« undersigned will receive Idib
for 15 tons of timothy hay. In «••hl
Midway Telepho»»- A Telegraph t o.
talnment of the evening which was
a highly enjoyable one.
CHAS. R. BALDWIN
FRANK IRA WHITE
Holder of l.icense No 20.
the company Bunday
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
Livery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle and Driving Horses
lire the I wh I buys on the market
Mrs. W. W. Nickerson entertained
Mr. and Mrs. William V. Mong and
STABLE and ; SHOP
lo i s of them .
postponed until August
l ng ol San Francis«-«», the president ol
e W«*ed Lumber Co. and a director of
both tbe Klaumth Development an I the
to establish a line of airships to ca
Hot springs companies; C. M.Cro«»*of
ry passengers between Berlin, Loi
San Francisco, president ol the Cross
don. Paris. Vienna. St. Petersburg
Lumber Co., an-l a director of both of
Copenhagen and Stockholm. Tl.
the local companies; M . E. Palmer of
Krupps and other large banking ir.
*an Francisco, cashier of the Humbolt
Savings Bank ami a director of the Hot
terests are involved in the project.
Springs Co.; G. E. Bit ttnger and »on of
The revival of Interest in the Germa.
less Angeles, Mr. Bilfinger >>eing the
Aerial Navy League and other kin president of the First National Bank of
dred projects is due to Count Zep Los Angeles and a director of leith of
the l«x-al companies: E. H. Moulton, an
pelin s recent successful invention.
A forestry bureau will soon be es orange shipper of Riverside and a direc
tor of the Weed Lumber Company
tabliahed to facilitate the adminis
and a stockholder i the Klamath lie-
tratory work relating to forest re velopment Co.; J.Q. Perley, a capitalist
serves in Oregon and Washington of Riverside and a stockholder in the
Before the first of the year approsi Klamath Envelopment Co., and Hany
mately 50 clerks now employed 11 E. Greene, of Riverside, also a stock
holder in the Development Co.
the office at the national capítol wil,
In sj-eaking ol the conditions in Cali
be transferred to a coast city, It h fornia Mr. Cross said that they were
said that similar offices will be estal, very quiet, but that financial Distlers
a e gt-iting n«cre firm. Tbe nomination
llshed in other parts of the west.
of Taft was a foregone conclusion and
Dorris is soon to lose the distine
caused no change in the conditions.
tlon of being tbe terminus of the
California Northeastern. Laying o;
Death of Former Citizen
steel across the hill from Dorris ha
M ason ¿S lough
Thu erection of a large hotel building
Quite a largt* crowil gathered at
propose»! by I. Jac<>ba A Co. will mean I th«» court house Monday afternoon u<
much to tin» city. Mr. Jacoba is now
it was expect«Ml tbul J migo II I-
advertising in th»* Portland Oregonian
lor hide on the building and should a Biuison would r«*niler « d«-el«loi> on
aatislwctory one be received it will mean th«* wilt of review In the prohibit loll
that thia citv is to hwve one ol the best <-h-«'tloii. Circuit eourl wus «-«mveiuHl
hotels in the »outhern part of tliu state. ahortlj after two and the only mat
Acconling to the plana the building is
Iler taken up was the pellllou o
to lw< built on the corner of Mam and
Sixth streets and is to have f-uir fronts Winter Knight for the euatodr of hl«
facing on Main street, one to be used two Ixivs. who are now with their
lor a hotel office and the other thtee for niotht-r, Mrs. George Orr
a detriment «tore to <wcnpy the corner
Airr was not repreaent«-«! by an at
room on the ground floor
itoraey, but her huaband, tb«>rge orr
mg will l*e tliiee stories in height and
the upper stones will I m * built for hotel Indian. addr«*s»«’d th«» e»»urt In her
pur|MMiee as will also the lower part of behalf, ami It Is aaltl hv thoae wh«i
the buildout w ilh the exception of the I claim to know that thia Is the first
room to I m * used for the store.
tliu«* in the history of this county
When seen about the building Mr.
laeob« stated that lie had nothing to that an Indian has app<*ar<-il lit a
give out at this tune, but »aid that it is white man's court ami plead a case
Ins intention lobuild thi« vear, and that Orr really mad«- a girod showing lie-
it was nllugi-ther probable •that lie (or the court, but th«* judge award
would put up two Imildinga. the hotel
«>«1 lh<> children to th«* husband on
building mcnti.>n<*d and a store building
til«* comlition tliut he would
on the corner >1 Mam ami Hurd
I he was not ready Io sev what them over to hi» grandnrother
lie would do (or his plans were not suf r«*Hl«l<->- at Salem ami 1» ul»<> allualetl
ticieullv advanced to w at rani I he slate as Io glv<- them a g«wMl hum«- and an
men! that either one ol the building«
-«Im at loti
would la* tMMj'in or completed during
Following the making <■( this or
th«- court was a«ljourn<-<l much
The •ntiqual'-d methods of keeping
ls*w i. Gerl-er has return«*»! from ('»Ii- Mr and Mrs. John C. Grecu.
fornis where he ha» I mm - ii for several
Dr M J. Living is still at Summer
month» buying cattle ami »Ireep for
attending Jack Partin, who r«*-
Gerber Bros, of >acramento. He «pent
newt >»f his time in Sacramento, Yolo, centlj sustained a severe fracture of
Glenn. Calms ami Salinocounties. He a leg by having a horse tall on him.
says there is a g*s*d supply oi cattle ami
The team <»t horses owned by Dr.
sheep in that »<eti-*n and that stock is
<1 i»ap|H'ar«4l from
Ewing and »11.
in very grxxi «-omliliitn. He says that
$u»n»e $ux week* ago have
im>»t of the California stock is being the range
s»«!«! «*n the gro«« weight system, that is been i aeen in the vicinltv of fit Tat-
weights! off the car»
The prevailing rick . ml It 5* probable that lhe\ will
price is 3 to 8% cents for »teers ami be i i «ii lied Io l ht- ow ner
from 2l. to 3 tents for cows.
Th« natal da\ «»I out HepHldi«' was
price <»f sheep is not as g»»wl a« last yeai
in this nuuntry 2 year-ol«i wethers ialy celvbralvd by the riliiens of
b'rtends and aelghborH
should bring al*'iit $2. l-’ ami good year this section
lings about $2.
*o th<- number of forty gathered at
‘‘The grain crop in California is much -t-<- hospitabl«* lioim- of Mr and Mr».
records relating to public lands, many to th«* «llsap)H>lntim-nt of tin* crowd
better than was expected,’’ »ai<! Mr.
Andenton. of the l«ake neighbor of which have la-en in vogue since the that lia«l girl tiered to hear the «l«-cl- I
Gerber, “the <*o«-l weather «4 April an I EE
May helj*e«l comlition« an-l th«- yiel-l »X. ed. and after a nice dinner was general land--dice was first organise! slon In the liquor cAm-
i ved.to whi<h full hip I h • was done nearly hkl years sgo, are to I m * su|*-*r-
wdl he almost up to Iheaverage ’’
lildg«- llenaon «taive that tie has
‘‘The frnit crop w dl l-e em*rm-»u» . in In all |»t s«»tn. a niiisieal and literal} ceded hx the most approve»! imslern
not Imil suttl« lent time tn go over the
all parts of tbe state Fruit is cheap,
program was rendered, this was fol go into elb-ct tin* district land oflii-e» mthorltl<*a that ho sent for and
but from *5 to s>l carlomls are sliipfaxl
’ow<*d h\ a program of spin is. mak- ami the gvner d land ofln-e in Washing which arrived only last night and he
from Sacrament-* t«> the East daily. ;
Distributing centers have been es 'ng the day a highly enj<iy*alile « »ne ton will lie able to imientify anv appli- is not |io»ltiv<* when hi- will I m - ready
•ation or entry ino-e readily than under
tablished in tbe Eastern states an I th«* by all present.
to render tlu* declalon, lint It will
he ol<l system. All persons tendering
California fruit g.ws t->a)l sections with
Mr and Mrs. Pierce Evans all
Ikeh t><- tomorrow
out any delay "
Mr and Mrs. M. If. Jobe, of Sau office will in the future I m * given a re
Speaking of the w-«»l market Mr.
OPEXIXG A (OH MIX!
Gerl*er aai<! it «a« «lull at tin» time Franviti co. went to O»l»*ssa todnv t i ceipt for »neb moneys.
Mrs. Job«* I land office is to I m * fnrnishe*! with n»»l
Professor lt T Taylor .eturned oli
owing to tbe fact tbat most ■>( the man- > apend the next ten dava.
I ern «»flice snpnlies.
ufacturerv still ha«l n l-an-l much of the Is a daughter of Mrs. Evans.
.-4aturd.il troni thè Piti river <-oal
stuff bought last year I-a«t y- «r a large
Mrs. J. K. Bodge ami daughter Plan More Boosting tor Klam mine»
lb* brina» must emouragliig
amount of wo«>len g-<mls was export«*»!
left for Colsteln this morning.
beeldea thr«-«- »aek» full <>f
for use in the l:nss.>-.la}*ane«<-war and
Pan Johnston and Robert Ewing
Despite tbe fact that the warm weath , I he genuin»* artici«. Ile Informa u»
as the deroan I I as <!«> iease<l and the
factories are not running at full blast have gone to th»* timber north of er is upon u» and things are a little quiet that ni thè end of thè lower tunnel.
the air is still impregnated with the
the price of wool has g»*m* -town. Bly.
now In 100 teet, tliey put In a blaat
l»»H*ting spirit and th*- directors ef the
‘There is no speculation,” «aid Mr
The interior of the court honsC is
nd kn<Hk»sl down moro than hall a
Chamlwr oi Commerce are now consul
Gerber, “there is »imply no demand.“ ,
receiving a coat of white paint.
He aaya ih«* veln la
»ring tbe advisabihty ol a contract lor
In California tbe average pri«-e paid for
J I. Wise and wife will leave in a one year lor an advertisement lor the fully three feet t hlck and liuprove»
wool is about 12l. cents perpoumi. In
Klamath country in the Funset maga In quality as th»* mountain la pene
dications, however, are that there will few days for Medforil and for Oak
tie an improvement in tl e market.
land. Cal . and expect to h«> gon»- the zine.
In the Profeaaor'a opinion
J. II. Fiotleld, the representative ol
Mr. Gerhet was not prepare«l to ex greater part of the snninu-r.
longer remains any doubt
he magazine, met with tbe director-
press his view» on the local stock situa-
leeterday evening to present his pro|»> aa to the value of the <I«*| m > s II. The
ti -n. but he states that slwut the 25th of
-nioii ami another meeting was arrange*! coal la there and In big quantities,
this month he will start ten carloads < I
AMERICANS BEST s||< *ITEIb
cattle to Sacramento, shipping from Mt.
and In th»* course of a short lime a
"We mu»t wake up and lei tbe world
H-hron, which place, lx*eau«e of its'
valuabh- mrtu- will be developed
1 anon, hs thinks will I m - ’the future match shoot, the most important ev- know what we have in the Klamath
Dannhauaer who has charg«* of
sh-pping stan- n for Ibis entire northern ent of tbe Olimpie Bille contests, country, “laid one of the director» in
work. Is also »an
country. ________ ____
has been won by America and the
‘An advertisement in that msgaxinw guine of p big aucceaa. Work will b«-
Prominent Californians Here American marksmen thus become wonld help some.’’ he continued, "for reminu-d after th«- 4th. and according
The it the present time this »ectinti is not
A party of prominent Calilornia p«*o- the champions of the world
ple arrived ill 'lie city Thurxlav to I- ok American aggregat«* s«u>r<- was 553; being adierttsed in a single large pule to both th«- Profeaaor and Mr Dann
after their ii terests in thi« section and that of the British team 24S6. while lication and we must get the country hauser some startling developments
to spend a few davs at the Harriman
before the people if we expect to devel are expected.— Alturas Plaindealer.
th»- Canadian score was 2439
Felicaii Bay lesort, the guests ol Col.
Starting with a lead at the end of
Through the Chauilier of Commerce
W. H. Holabird. All of the men in the
MAKIXG HOLE IX GRtll XI».
pirtjT ate interested in the Klainath the first range, the Americans never ■ his section has received much valuable
Th»* force of men at work on the
Developement Com|>any or in the Hot were displaced, and with the excel» ..ublu ity, tbe kind that reach»-« the |*»s>.
le a ho are l<»iking for investments and reservoir In the Hot Springs addi
-prlngs Conn-any an I are combining lion of th»* contest at the 600-yard
■«usineMwnh plea»ure l-y making a range, they scored higher totals for ■or homes. In its efforts to l»e*»t the tlon Is making a big hole lli the
i-oonlry the organisation should have ground and unless exceptionally
'borough investigation of the holdings
■ach of th«- six distances than the
the support of every business man ol hard material In struck th* end of
>f the companies in the Klamath *oun
Klamath Falls and also of every pro
try. Being California corporations *hey finest teams that Canada and all Eu
this week will see most of the exca-
perly b*lder in the Klamath basin.
must bol<l all of their t-iisine«« meet rope could pul in th« fiehi
The development work which was re valion work completed, As MM>n as
mgs in that state hut while they are
in the Individual aggregate the
■ere they are bolding a number <>f in Americans were always prominent, centlv re»um»sj at Ashland coal mine this la done the crew will Ix-gln on
porperty four mile» east of Ashland, the reservoir on the West Side and
formal meetings to discuss local n.at
first Leushncr and then Martin lead
■era. They leave in the morning for
under the direction of C. A. Simons, is
ng all th»» world’s crack riflemen showing up well, an»l Mr. Simons pre another crew will start to do the ce
‘elicari Bay an«! will return to Califor
Many «xp» rfs consider th-- otitcom» dicts that when another two hundred ment work on the reservoir In the
na next -Mond.iy.
The ) arty is comprised «>1 G. X. Wend- i victory not only for th«- m*-n hut feet is reached in the extension of the Hot Springs.
capital of $125.000 is being forme
ploy ed at the Embody sawmill. Is
spending a vacation with his parents
Indian Pleads Case in Court
Large Hotel lor Klamath
WILL A. LEONARD
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
Klamath Falls, Oregon
H7//iro»i - Atc/ti/isf Hulldlnn
DR. WM. MARTIN
C. C. BROWER
Office over Klamath County Bank
COUNSELOR AT LAW
2500 Acres free
ROOMS 7 4U, MURDOCK BLDG.
KLAMATH I AI.I.N, OREGON
The Lakeside company him 25<XI lu rex
of land under t h<* Adarn* flitch I Fiat it
will give RENT FREE for one year
Ihis includi-.-, the m- of the land and
The renter musi ,-|<-ar nnd
’ place the lami in cultivation
I h>- rent
<-r gets all the crop but we ri- - rve the
i right to pasture the nibble
Ine Lakeside Company,
J Frank Adams, Manager,
Office In American Bank A Trust Com