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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 17, 1908
»lx cent» for Mtcera, net
It I» hard
< 1'1 Y IIICIKFM.
BARI LEY ARRESTED.
ElltHT HEfTION OF KENO
NEW REHIDENTH ARRIVE.
WORK <>M ( LEAR LAKE.
Additional »al«» of land and town
Hherlff llaruea, Coroner Whitlock, to aay what tin* mark»t will be later,
CANAL NEARLY COMPLETED.
The sheriff and deputies were kept
on tho Clear Lake road la
1’ I. Fountain has gone to Eu
Prosecuting Attorney Kuykendall uud
The Keno canal from the head ot lots were made to members of the busy all day on Wednesday of thl» progressing in a very satisfactory
It VI Rldiurdson i »turned home on
week looking for a man who had been manner and it is expected that with-
the river to the gate» where the wa
Friday from Ynlnux. where they went buy. if they don't pay more, the cat-
H II Gardner and wife are In the ter will supply the Moore Bros, power publication of tbe selections made forging check» and passing them on
1 in a week or so the road will be com-
to Investigate the death of the man tiemen »Imply cannot afford to feud city from Fort Klamath.
plant, has been finished som« time, last week, and it has developed that the public. Th« authorities stat« that - pleted so that the camps can be mov-
found dead near thut place. The
Tom Grubb, the Kono hardware and tho government Is now complet these people have not bought simply the man's name I» Johnny Garrison, - ed to Clear Lake and work will Htart
coroner's Jury found that the muu's th« IllicMt beef »teet» ill the Wood meii-huni. wus In the city Wednesday. ing tbe cement work on the »pill way for speculation but Inteud to move but that he has been using »eversi on the construction ot tbe dam
URliis wan Fid t> Jacobs mid I hut lie river valley They have not »old vet,
Mrs J c Mongold returned Hut- nnd worklug on tbu Intake ubove th« their families here and make this other name»
construction camp at the head of Lan-
i nliie to Ills deal II by u pistol shot, hut J <’ Mitchell will probably buy 1 ttrday from un extended visit ut Tu- iiendgalca
The completed portion
' gell valley has about twelve men
and they charge Willi« llarcley with the bunch us he usuully liuudl«» their li oma. Wash
lot the canal is over G0U0 feet long Markwurdt. two of the Investor», left Tuesday from the Boston Store and working on the road, and these with
this morning on the boat They have gave In payment a check on the First the camp will be moved to the
the crime Nothing la kliowu of the
GIRL WANTED for general hou»«- uud a great portion of tbe excava- leased the Navigation Company build
murdered man except that he was California markets by way of (in
National Bank and signed with the site as soon as they are through with
about thirty years of age Hu cum«
Embankment had to be built along ing. which contains 16 rooms, and name of W. O. Webb, the proprietor the road work.
A. F II Ulti bus pili i lluseli u train Jewelry Store
from Alturas with the ludhin, Bar
one entire aldo of tho canal, as It also purchased the household furni of the O. K Feed stable» The check
It 1s net-essary to complete the road
The government I» advertising for
cley. and claimed to hr u horse buy- load of W <Hid Iti ver (Utile toc < ar-
follows aloug the side of the moun ture, stove», etc . which were stored was made out to Thearda Ramesy before any work can be done on the
er. The crime I» supposed Io have
In the bulldlug, of Col WIIMns. and was for 841.25.
tain tbe whole distance
dam us there are from 75 to 100 tons
from A »n Fordyce. Win Nliholson on the Mouth Branch canal.
been committed for robbery.
A man who Is believed to be the of scrapers, rockcrushers, machinery
The spill way tor the overflow of These two gentleman will return
A message was received at 9
Annie liuchelder, who has been vis water above the Moore plant, has with their families and may Induce <ame party, presented a check to
Weed A Miti bell uiu fecdlng ulxiul iting with her uncle, Richard Breit been built and the men wlli finish *>«• of th«ir nelgbbora to come b«re Cashier Delzell, of the First Nations and heavy freight to be hauled In
o'clock Thursday from the sheriff
and the road must be In good condi
of Modoc county at Alturas to the 1600 head of stock cuttlo ut Ilio Fort enstein, left Haturday for Chico.
: the cement covering within two' The building will be occupied during Bank. Just before closing time Tues tion to stand the heavy travel. Mr.
effect that they had the man and th« und here. Tliey liuvu bonghi 7u lu-uil
The check was for 1200, Nichols, of Bonanza, has been award
II. L. Benson returned last Tues weeks. The heaviest and most dlffi- tbe winter, while the men are putting lay.
Indlau boy. Hherlff llarnes left on tit steer» from Dan Ryan Jackson day from Lakeview, where he accom Icult work remaining to be don« is up the buildings on tbe property with the signature of W. O. Webb at ed the contract, by the Reclamation
Friday morning for Altura» to bring and Hayes, of Silver Lak«, are pas panied II A Hunter of Minneapolis. ' the building of the Intake at the head which they have purchased near the (.ached and made out to Frank Clute. Service, for the hauling of the
turing about 300 head of h««f cattle
Barclay and the boy to this city.
Mr. Delzell felt satisfied that the sig freight.
Mrs. John Colwell and son and of th« river. The head gates have city.
This class of people are the kind nature was genuine but told the man
The body was found Monday after at Garden«!» place. lleald«» till» Mrs Frank Gravball and daughter, been completed for several weeks,
Weather conditions will probably
want» and ¿hat he would have to be Identified. govern the amount of work to be
noon at the summit of Yalnax Butte, there are large numbers of »lock cat- wur« In the city from Merrill Ibi» but a channel is now being cut tor that Klamath county wants
which 1» about 600 feet high and two
a distance of over 500 feet to allow should be ever ready to welcome Tne man left with the check and did done this fall, but enough will be ac
mid one-half mile» from tbe station
flow of the water from the mouth They are practical farmers and gar .not return.
complished to Insure completion of
GltlGHltt -4,RIMI H W I DDIN4L
of Yalnax The body had been hidden
When the matter was reported this the dam by next summer. As yet,
river to th« beadgate» The deners. and they are bound to make
tel man, came down T uesduy on
a success from the productive soil of morning it was found that the man nothing has been decided upon in re
lu n crevice In th« rocks about eight
II« will remain a couple lied of the river at this point is one this county. More actual farmery
The tlrignby home In East Klamath busin«»«
feet deep, and was coveted over with
had left town. John Schallock start spect to the Clear Lake system, ex-
rocks and sticks There were three Fall» waa tbe acene of a very pietty
j and It Is necessary to remove these have come into the county In the ed on the road toward tbe gap and cept the building of the dam, but It
Emil Egbert was here Wednesday
bullet wounds nnd the Ihioal had | wedding on Monday evening. Hep
I to a depth of several feet for the past month than most of the people 'Wm. Wagner and J. A. Hance wen Is quite probable that at the next
I temher 14th. when Misa Jun«, the from Dairy after a lotd of lumber.
aware of. Mr. Masten has moved * down the Summers road on the sout meeting of the Advisory Board of
length of the Intake. Tbe rock is are
The crime was committed on the third daughter of Mr nnd Mrs It o. : with which to build u gralnery on ' used for embankment on either side on
' to tbe Bummers ranch with sev ilde of the valley, A telephone tue Engineers work on the canal will be
families, comprising twenty- isge waa received about 3 o’clot authorized. It is thought there will
'J6th day of August, and Little John, Grlgaby, waa united lu marriage to ’ hl» ranch.
of the channel, and as fast as it Is eral
The Klamath Falls Steatu Laundr. placed the walls are being cemented. three people, and besides this » from Mr. Wagner stating that th<
a great uncle of llarcley and who It Mr. Henry Grime», u partner of DA.
be plenty of money available to con
between 80 and 90 years old, knew Kenyon in the transfer buslneui In i ha» a line new tour spring delivery
Tbe entire construction of this sec large number of farms have changed iad caught the man at one of tl struct a large section of the main
I W agon It was built by Chas. Wood tion of the Keno canal fia» been done hands
in the Merrill country, Nearly government camps, but It proved t canals; while the deflnite assurance
of the crime and helped bide the
Promptly al * o'clock. while Miss 'urd of this c ity.
sale means an increase In tbe be a case of mistaken identity, Th that the system will be built will re
body He worried about It and final
by the govurnment by force account. every
ly told his wife and llarcley'a sister Audry Farter played the wedding
Fred Houston has contracted foi This Is the biggest piece of work population of tbe county, as very few man wanted Is still at liberty.
sult In augmented subacrlptions of
The latter told her hunband The old march, the bride to be. dressed 111 , (he erection of a bungalow on bb done by force account on the Klam of tbe old residents are leaving.
Indian, Little John, could not bear
lot lu the Hot Spring» addition, work ath project, and It will be a matter
The canal line on tbe east side of
J. F. Kimball returned Haturda Langell valley, according to the per
the worry ai nd he confessed Io Mr
th«r«on commenced Monday.
of luterest to the farmers, when the
from the Pokegama country, wher manent survey now in progress, is on
Fletcher, the i reservation farmer. He I Brandenburg, came Into the rootr
George B. Snyder haa purchaaei. government makes public the cost of
he has been with the crew of niei a much htgher elevation that the pre
did not put much faith In the old on th« arm of her father, when she lot 2 1 In block 5 In tho Second Hoi ' the work, to compare It with the con-
Speaking of the appointment of
man's story, but he and Mi Parks, wus met hi her betrothed and tin Spring» addition
Thia property Is tract work The work will be com- the Crater lake road commission by fighting fire. He states that all oi liminary survey line. This Is the ca
the fires are now under control, ex
who haa charge of the school, went to ceremony *»» performed by Rev J !'.<-iw. «n Main »licet and the laundry, pleted within about three weeks, and
Governor Chamberlain, Mr.Harriman cept one on Spencer Mountain. This nal that will serve Yonna valley. On
the Butte Monday afternoon after H Griffith, of th« Baptist < hurch
I the water will be turned on as soon said:
the west side the present survey Is
Is poor timber and the fire is running
school was over
After searching After the ukiiu I congratulation« were
HnHth lune t«lui ned from the Coo» aa Moore Bros, get their plant fitt
"1 am heartily In sympathy with high and the best the men can do is about on the grade of the prelimin
some lime Mr. Parka discovered the
Hai counit), where Mr. Henry has ' Ished and ready to start up.
the movement and will be glad to do to watch It.
body. They nt one« reported to the dining room, where the table, beau been making a »iirvi*i for th« gov
Now that the building of the irri
anything I can do in the building of
There were eight different fires in gation system Is definitely assured,
Agency and to th« Hherlff here
the Pokegarna tract and considerable
Dr. Hemenway, who examined ili «• Its loud of good thing» to cut.
James Malone Is chief cook at the lake and Klamath Falls. No Invest damage was done. There Is approxi a number of farmers have slgnlfled
Marring« license» were Issued to
Thou« present besides III« n«wlj
body, stated before the Coroner's
ment Oregon can make will yield mately 100,000 acres In this tract their intention of beginning to put
Mr nnd Mrs. day to Thoma» A Grubb nnd Nellie I «“»«mmont camp
Jury that the man cam« to his death Wedded pair, were
their land in shape for the water.
returns than money Invested
from a pistol shot In the back of tbe lit H Grigsby. Jam«» Grimes and wife. E Gordon, l«>th of Keno. Also to ( Allie Vinson Is putting In his fall In making Crater lake accessible to land fully one-fourth of it was burned While the general "lay" of tbe land
(over. It is impossible at this time
head below th« right ear. Following
Someone that had more time than tourists, for it Is the greatest natural to estimate tbe damage done, as In in this section makes thia work eas
la th« finding of th« Coroner's Juri Ml»» Nett Drew, Ml»» Audrey Furrer. lot Fort Klumath.
ier than In most localities, the shap
wonder in the world, and thousands
•'We. the Jury empaneled to Inquire Ml»» Franc«» Manning. Ml»» Let ha I G W Robinson und wife were In the br*lni1 threw a lot of old rubbish tn will come from all parts to view It. some sections which were burned ov ing up of the land for irrigation Is
er very little damage was done to tbe no small task, and it will come easier
Into th« death of th« person found Conn. J It Griffith and wife, and Mrs dli Friday from Langell valley. __
“1 have been named as chairman,
RoblMM la .... ot fl - ptact'cal far-|a‘ »*•
standing timber, while In sections if carried through a period of three
dead on the summit of Yalnax llutte Haiti« Wilson
Mr. and Mr« Grime» will bi- at mer» who hnw recently taken up th«|e| powder at the bottom of the well at but as 1 must necessarily be absent where there was much down timber
In Klamath county, do make and ren
or four years. Then when the water
.a depth of 21 feet. It Is miraculous
home to thi-lr mam friends tn their residence in the I'pper country.
and thick brush the damage done was Is available the land will be ready for
der th« following verdict:
I time 1 would suggest an Oregon man heavy.
"First We believe that the name
Wm Nodar. S Park» and A. Cam
to head the movement. I will do my
One of the heaviest fires was west
of the deceaaed person wa» Fid O High and 9th street, after October eron. tine« attendants at the State Had the explosion occurred It would share, and Superintendent J. P. O'
Next year should be the most pros
of Pokegama. Mr. Kimball used
Insane Auylum, arrived In the city
Brien will probably act for me when i ' about thirty of the mill men, all M perous this section of Klamath Coun
"Becond - That he camo to hl*
last Friday from Salem. They left
school house last Monday with Uel | I am unable to mret with the com-| . the railroad crew, besides his own ty has ever experienced. Following
death on or about the 36th day of
J D Carroll states that he ha» the next morning for Lakeview after two Bussey as teacher.
precedent, the weather conditions
men. and It took several days of after a year like the present, should
August, 1908, ut the summit of Yal record hlvn of honey produced In this Insane men
One of Dav« Vlnaon's dogs was
hard fighting before they got It tin- be most favorable for bounteous
nax Butte, In Klumath county, Ore county. Ho
nlv« of 144
Supervising Engineer E. G. Hop- given a dos« of poison and died from tion, and the movement for a
gon, within the boundaries of tbe pounds i, of what he claim» to be the son arrived on Tuesday from Port-1
crops, and the Government work, to
the effects When a man degrades highway should be launched
Klamath Indian Reservation.
flne»t quality ol d honey that can be land, and I» now In consultation himself sufficiently to administer poi once "
gether with the fact that any surplus
F. H. Mills and R. S. Smith were of farm products can be shipped by
“Third—That we bellevo that he produced on the coast. Mr. Carroll with Consulting Engineer Quinton
son to hi» neighbor's dog, he has St
I in Merrill Thursday as the opposing rail direct from Klamath Falls, will
came to his death by a pistol shot, believes that Klamath county I» des uud Project Engineer D W Mutphy
lalned for himself the hatred ot ai:
THE <. IME I’RFSEItt F.
1 attorneys in the case of E. Elvy vs. provide a ready market. The assur
nnd that Willie llarcley la guilty of tlned to become famous as n honey of the Klamath Project.
mankind and Is only a beast.
( H. W. Todd, before the Justice Court. ance that the system will be complet
th« crime of nnirder thereby
section. The been do well here on
Alex. D bv I h , the cattleman, came
Mr. and Mrs. Williams started to
Game Warden Gibson has received Mr. Elvy brought proceedings to eject
Hlgned and dated and returned this account of the dryness of the almo» down Thursday from Klamath marsh.
Rogue River after fruit last Thurs a letter from the State Game Warden Mr.Todd from a ranch on which Todd ed will attract land buyers, enabling
9th day of Hept ember, 190 8.
phere nnd the large traila of alfalfa Mr. Davis nas about 800 head ot cat day.
¡stating that he understands that the claimed to have an option. A Jury the present owners to dispose of tb»lr
A. L. Poore,
Robert L Weir,
from which to obtain their supply
tle on the marsh, about halt of which
Fish that were put in a well four government will protect the part of was summoned but before the case excess holdings at a fair figure. The
Warren Turner, J. T. Cox,
lie will feed his beef. He has bought years ago, only about one Inch long, Klamath county whicn Is In the pre was brought to trial a settlement was prosperity of the farmers and the
W. E. Anderson, J. H. Boyd
presence of a large force of workmen
Ills hay on the Reservation and now at the time, are still alive and doing serve. He says:
made, and Mr. Todd agreed to pay will make good times for the business
Earl Whitlock Coroner.
Hupt. II. G Wilson and Mrs Wil has hl» men cutting It.
"1 cannot give much Information the costs.
son, of Klamath Agency, who huvi
men of Bonanza and the town should
In regard to the preserve, except that
D A. Kenyon and Jos Moore, who long.
»lient some days In the city this week
Chas. Pattee, Mayor of Bonanza, grow like a mushroom.
Very few shipments of beef arc he- will return to the Agency today were arrested for exceeding the »peed
the Valley after fruit on and it embraces all islands in Lower was here Friday. Mr. Pattee says that
Ing made Just at present, although While here they arranged to place limit on Main street, pleaded guilty started to
a special election has been called In
Klamath latkes and all marsh and
a number of the cattlemen have »old their three children In our ochools
Miss H. M. Bruns arrived Tuesday
The cry of murder! help! was swamp lands In Tps. 39. 40. and 41
for later shipment». Horace Dun Ml»» Mildred and Master Herbert uri >8 each. Things are getting rather
night from Portland, and has gone
last week and It was thought S R. 8 and 9 and Tps. 41 8. R. 10 E the new charter. By an oversight
lap, who has about >00 head of stock in the High school and Ma ter Hia
I notice was sent out calling for an el- to Crater Lake to join Miss Monroe’s
W. M . and Tps. 4 7 and 4 8 N. R. 1.
cattle which he Is feeding on the watha in the Grammar school The wagons are flned for exceeding the
i’jectlon on Monday. September 7. As party, which is making a tour of the
but upon investigation It was ascer 3. and 3 E. of Mt. Diablo ,.ier.,
Richard Melhase place at Fort Klam children are to constitute a part of speed limit.
this was Labor Day they had to set a county securing Information for a
Parties coming In from Merrill
ath, says that the price being paid Cnpt O. C Appiccate tamili for tue
new date for the election as it would write-up for Mr. McMurray, of the
«tate tlmt a big tire Is reported as to remove a porous plaster from her eminent will protect this part of the not be legal if held on a holiday.
for cattle la five cents for cows and school year.
O. R. & N. Railway.
raging In the Lava Beds, It Is clalm-
Allie Vinson purchased eight head er."
ed that all of the feed tn that locality
Is being destroyed by the fire and that ot Jennets from Don Nichols last
Joseph M Evans, who came hen .
It will cause n hardship on the cattle week.
Now Is a good time to Invest In recently from Severy, Kansas, has
and sheep men who are depending
Langell Valley real estate. We have purchased the City Bakery from R.
on the f««d there.
plenty ot room for a great many fam
ItepuitH from Merrill state that ilies and anyone of Industry and a M. Sarter and he took charge Mon- j
Mrs. N. 8. Merrill I» In n very critical little capital can do well here as this day. He will put in a stock ot gro
condition and it Is not believed that la one of the finest places for dairying ceries In connection with the bakery.
Mr. Evans was so pleased with the
she can live much longer. Mrs. M«r- in the county.
Klamath country that he telegraphed
| rill was recently taken to San Fran-
II. II. Burnham and W. W. Warren home instructions to sell out his dry
■Isco for medical assistance, hut the
sold their beef cattle to Mr. Mitchell. goods and grocery establishment an!
J^EG INNING with Saturday, July
I doctors there could hold out no en The price paid was 5 cents for cows
ship household goods.
n,l have decided to hold Satur
couragement for her recovery.
and « cents for »teer».
Mr Sarter will open up in the Mon
days as Bargain Days. Each and
Eugene Spencer bus been appoint
Geo. Cline and Elmer Walter start arch building, which la being remod
ed postmaster for the new office call ed their new thresher thia week.
every Saturday thereafter, different
eled, with a pool and billiard parlors.
Jessie Malone was visiting In Mer
ed Wampus nt Spencer's ranch on
goods will be put on sale at bargain
Tuesday. He lias filled out his bond rill the tirât of the week.
Have you seen the High School i
prices, and it will be to your special
and the same will be forwarded at
pillow covers at Stilts Dry Goods Co.
once. Mr. Spencer says he will have I Prosecuting Attorney Kuykendall
l^enetlt to keep your “eye peeled”
a mall line established from Pokeg receiver! a message front the Attorney- It Is up-to-date.
An alarm of Are was turned In at
and watch for future announcements.
ama to Keno by way of Wampus.
General on Friday In which he about 7 o'clock Friday morning, to
W. W Mnsten. who purchased the gave It as his oplnlou that a crime which the throe hose companies re
Summers and llorton ranches, has committed by an Indian on the Res sponded. The tire started In the kit
returned from Imperial, California, ervation, would be a case for the Fed chen of Henry Farrar’s place on Sth
Sewing Machines, etc
lie brought with him his ranch fore eral Court The message was In an street It burnt a hole In the roof
On Saturday, July 11, there will be
man. and a crew of men. and also a swer to an Inquiry sent by Mr. Kuy around the chimney, but was extln-
reductions on everything in the house
carload of household furniture He kendall, who asked the Attorney Gen gutsbed bsfors tbs boa« carts ar-
(excepting contract goods) and it will
exports to do some extensive woik on eral to notify District Attorney Mc rived
both ranches thio fall Several hun Court In Portland. It the case was ons
pay anyone wanting things in the
dred acres of the Horton ranch will for tbe Federal Court.
The steamer General Canby 1s be
jewelry line to call.
This will mean that Willie Barclay, ing rebuilt and will be used for car
be cleared of sage brush
Game Warden Gibson has devolved charged with the murder of Hid O. rying passengers and mall between
Instructions from II C. McAllister, Jacobs, will not be tried here, but will Klamath Fall« and Blidel. Tbe Can
Master Fish Warden, authorising him have to be taken to Portland before by Is a flat bottomed boat and can go
to arrest anyone catching salmon by the Federal Court. Therefore Klam over the bar without any trouble.
Our goods are attractive, also the prices
any menns except hook nnd line, or ath county will be saved a big ex
making a practice of buying or sell
Agency went out on the boat Thurs
ing llsh without a license. There
Mrs. Elliott will spend the
Dr Oeo H. Merryman today pur- day.
have been a number of salmon spear
ed In the Klamath River, and mini •hassd a residence lot on the corner winter with her mother at Bl. Paul,
mum penalty for each offense, Is a of tbe Esplanade and Eldorado street 'and will be accompanied a« far aa
1 Portland by her husbaad.
In the Hot Springs addition.
fine of |G0.
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