Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1909)
AN OLD TIME HANGING.
Hot Water Plunge, Tenuis, Croquet
Hniulbitll and BaskettulliCourts.
All Modern Convenience«.
.Mr. aud Mrs. D. M. Griffith were
down from Eagle Ridge Monday on
business connected with the new re-
aort they are establishing on
How It Is Kept at the Naval 0*2
servatory In Washington.
THE SIGNAL FOR HIGH NOON
Relative to the work
being done and the plans (or im
provement. Mr. Griffith said:
"We are going to try and make
I* Is Flashed Out Ov»r Nearly a Mil
lon Mile» of Telegraph Wires Ev»ry
Day In tha Year—The Finely Ad-
jujttd Instrument» That Ar» Used.
A feK minute-« tieforv 12 «»’eh < -k noon
every day In the year n young man
ou (he Upper lake. Its central loca walks into a certain room of the main
tion and beautiful surroundings war building nt the naval observatory.
rant the statement that when all of « Iileh is s»'t tip on a hill In the north-
our plans are completed Klamath western part of tlie District of Colum
Falls will have a resort at its doors bla. He gltiin-vs at the various clocks
that will be a source of pride to Its tn the room aud then goes over to a
citizens. We have commenced work table 'w hich is covered with electric
on the main building, which will be
, He watches the clocks to his left
two stories above ground, and built Closely mid waits for the tuiuds to
of logs, There will be fifteen bed reach 1l ,V>
As the siHsmd hand np
rooms, wit h a number of private proachea the dll ou the dial he pre
baths, and the interior finished in pares to shift a switch The clock la
native wood. In addition there will so finely adjusted that «lieti the sec
be the general office rooms, parlors, otid band (mints to tit) It exactly marks
dining room, kitchen and other neo» the beginning of a new illimité.
As it touches the (MJ
easary rooms for the convenient and
are thrown on. That t
the business. that guea out Instant
Everything conducive to the comfort 81)0.000 miles of telegraph lines. In
of the guests will be Installed, and Washington. New York. Buffalo. Cleve
when completed the hotel will be land. Newport. Baltimore. Newport
News. Norfolk. Savannah. New Or
modern in every respect.
"We realize that the time has leans. Key West. Galvvshfti. Chicago
come when steps must be taken to and elsewhere the time bulls go up on
their poll1«. IVople know that It is
prepare for the tourist travel that is
five minutes to u<-on. Washington time
at last headed this. way. and we do
Tbe clock which kee|w the time In
not propose to be found in the rear. the observatory ticks on. With each
Eagle Ridge is ideally located to ad tick there is a contact of electric
mit of the improvements we propose. points A circuit 1» closed, and an In
The hot springs, the waters of which strument on tbe table aiinllai in ap
are constantly at a temperature of pearance to a telegraph sounder ticks
100 degrees, will be improved by the away loudly.
it goes on to the twenty-ninth sec
installation of a swimming tank,
ond. then skips one tick, then resumes
The hot water will be piped to all Its steady sounding until tlie last five
of the bed and bath rooms, thus af- seconds; then there, is another gap.
fording the guests an opportunity to These gaps are for the purpose of
enjoy the benefits without leaving giving listeners nt the other ends of
their sleeping quarters.
All along the great system of wires a chance to
the property are to be found large know what part of the minute the
cold water springs which we will de-, clock Is ou. So It goes up to the la*t
velop, carrying the water through
At tbe twenty-ninth second there 1«
the grounds In such a manner as to
again tbe skipping of one second
add to their picturesque appear Finally the clock gets around to the
ance. We shall terrace the hillside fiftieth second. Then the circuit re
and make beautiful lawns. Croquet mains o[>ei) for ten seconds There Is
and lawn tennis grounds shall be sileme nil along the telegraph wires.
At tlie other end. where there are
prepared and provision will also be
made for basketball and handball time tsills or merely train operators,
the long pause indicates that noon Is
courts. On the water front we are
almost there. The secuud hand makes
going to put in a stone wall and a
on toward du aud finally reaches
dock. All vegetation will be re loved tlie mark. Then there is another click:
and the entire surroundings shall be ill about a second the sounder is down,
made as near like eastern ri .ts as mid that tells hundreds of thousands
of pe< pie that It is noon in Washing
labor and money will make it.
"Of course, all this work is going ton.
Il is a wonderful operation, this get
to teke time. We are rushing work
on rhe hotel, and hope to ha/3 it i«i ting the time, and highly technical
Finely adjusted clocks, chronographs
readiness for next summer’", busi
and otbei instruments of great value
We shall also have all of the are used, and the taking and recording
ether work done if it is possible to of tbe time have reached a point where
the human equation Is practically ellm-
M it li the car—-t^g out of th _• plua» inaled.
The re-—'» « «.Stained are of great
outlined by Mr. Griffith it can no
longer be said that the Upper lake is value. puii.> .-lrly to mariners
without its beautiful resort.
This t time is uot only flashed to hundreds
of points In the United States, but It
has been one of the drawbacks to
ut to sea by wireless. A
is sent f.
the more rapid development of this cable car: .. s the flash to Havana; an
the county. other to Panama and Callao. Peru.
Tourists could not return and an
I ,r> . -re does not send
nounce that ample accommodations the time i.a.
fai l her west than the
bate an otwervatory
could be had. and the result has been Rockies. bit
that many who would have been here at the Mare 1 land navi
have postponed their trip to a later from there the time is sent tip and
down the Pacific coast, just as it Is
date. Next year, however, this will
from here to the eastern part of the
all be changed, and with the pioneer United States. In the cities where tbe
work done, others will soon follow in central time is used the flash marks
tbe footsteps of the Griffiths.
11 o'clock. Au hour later local opera
tors drop tbe time balls.
Tbe mean time Is determined by as-
FRO.M HUCKLEBERRY CITY.
tain stars pass tlie seventy-fifth merid
Top of Mountain, on a Gasoline Dox, ian. called tlie meridian of Washing
ton. it Is a certain time The operator
For the benefit of those who in watches for the stars through a tele
tend coming to the “Big Huckleberry scope. the field of which In cover«!
with fine wires.
Patch” I will give what information
As the stars reach a certain point In
transit tlie operator presses a key in
A contact is made and re
The berries are very scarce and bis hand
chronograph. The chrono
green as yet, very few beginning to
graph consists of a cylinder covered
ripen, It will not pay people to pack
with paper. A fountain pen rests on
in here for two or three weeks yet. tbe pa|s-r. it Is held by an arm at-
perhaps i not then.
tu< bed to tbe mechanism The cylln
Deer seem plentiful. J. A. Mar- der revolves once a minute, and tbe
pen moves along the surface of tbe
tin ikilled a
paper, making a spiral line.
night and Mr. Lewis a small one.
A sidereal clock of the finest make is
People are coming to the foot of running In a vault underneath the ob
the mountain and going back witb- servatory. With each tick of tbe
out coming up. There are very few clock there Is u contact of two fsdnts.
berries at Lake of the Woods. The These two points are attached to wires
frost seems to have killed most of that lead to an electro- magnet at
tached to the arm that holds the pen
of the chronograph. The cl«sk is so
On August 5th a party consisting adjusted that each minute the pen
of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kirkendall, Jumps to one side Consequently there
Mr. Summers Is a break In the line
There are other breaks, too. when
climbed to the top'of Mt. Pitt. A for
est fire In the region of Pilot Rock
cross the lines ill the field of the
obscured the view of the valley, but telesco|a*
The menu time thus re
all felt amply repaid for their climb. corded for each star after being cor
the building at rected for errors. Is the chs-k time of
The work on
the star's transit, WIm I ever difference
Arant's camp Is progressing rapid-
there is between the i-lock time and
ly and Superintendent Arant thinks
the sidereal time marked tn the trans
he has a roof this time that will not it of tlie stars Is the err t of the
Most of the buildings clock
From these sstroiionii'tn I <d>
present a rather crushed appearance. nervations tbe sidereal time Is ob
The error nuioiiKto to tlllt
An average of four
little, rarely being more itimi from
Crater lake daily.
five one-hundredths to leu •<ne-htin
Homer Roberts visited the crater d red ths of a secoud
The time of sending a flash over the
Attest 11th and came to the berry
wires Is practically nothing
patch, but owing to the scarcity of
has reached Greenwich England. hi
berries, , departed for home August three-tenths of a second Waehlt «ton
Cor. Chicago Infer Ocean
Eagle Ridge one of the finest resorts
Th» Dark Day Whtn "Old Jenni»“ Was
litcuhd In Maryland.
"As dark as the day when old Jen
nie «as hung" la one of the many
quaint sayings that for generations has
been Used on the lower eastern shore
of Maryland, but from the nixounta
Unit have been given by tliose who
lived III old Jennie's day there never
has liven a day since I lint time ns d irk
as the day on which she « ns executed
for wholesale murder In tile ueighbor-
I khh I In which she lived.
The old murderess «as publicly
hungisl in DI."» In the old Jail yard at
Princess Aline, and all those who re
metula'red that particular day lune
passed Into tbe great iieyond long ago.
The murderess was n white woman,
tall and angular, and It was said that
she resembled what was popularly
supi» s<ai to l>e a « itch far nipre t linn
she did the up to date woman of that
day. In fact, local history records that
she practical witchcraft. Noone ei < r
km'« « here she came from, she II.IV
lug "dropp«al down" very mysteriously
Into the neighborhood. where she killed
a family of four.
Hid Jennie was not hanged <»n it seaf-
In those days tuurdrrers were
executed with ns little troulile mid ex
I >ense as Ikissible. Tlie wizen faced
terror of nil Somerset was placed In
a cart drawn by two oxen and plaetsl
directly under a strut limb of an old
oak tree which st"<->l in the Jail yard.
The rope «as fixixt In rude fashion
around her neck, amid the hurrahs of
the crowd and the curses of the
doomed woman, and when all «as in
readlm-ss a bunch of fodder was
placed ten faces from the ox, n’s heads,
ami they «ere given the «ord to start.
Obeying the ct-nimand. they made a
bee line for the fodder ami left old
Jennie dangling nt the end of the r»>|u».
That day. it his been told thousands
of times, was the darkest ever known
in this section. Chickens remain««! on
tlieir r, H>sts throughout the entire day.
wlillc candles by the score burn«! In
the houses that tlie servants might set'
to do their work. Tlie l<« nl scientists
of that day were at a loss to account
for the strange phenomenon and the
graphic descriptions which they gave
of it and which were recorded years
ago make Interesting reading.
The darkies and siiferstltious whites
of those days naturally thought that
the end of time had come
many negroes declare today that the
ghost of old Jennie may be seen stalk-
ing around on the edge of the Wisids
near where she committed her «rimes
any time on a dark, cloudy nicht, and
they are very < .-ireful not to encounter
her. Oriole (Md.i Cor. Chicago Iuter
WINGS THAT WERE FINS.
Evidence That Penguin’s Pinion» Were
Once Used For Swimming.
Ornithological puzstles are the |<cn-
gulps. with their curiously shaped
wings and « dd. unbirdlike. upright car
riage. Tlie pei u'.nritles of tlieir wings
suggest that the penguins are dm« end
ants of birds vvbiih used th> Ir wing--
rather than legs in tlie pursuit of prey
under water, and as the struggle In
tensified lu-tween the couipeUng Indi
viduals tlie most expert nt tills sort of
swimming «or ., gi-r tlie not food
and oust less successful rivals. Tin
winners gainisi advantagi over their
neighbors in proportion ns their wings
Improved as swimming organs mid in
versely ami of i>e«-esslty Iss-ame less
suittsl to perform the work of flight.
In all other birds the feathers, though
shed annually, are more or less grad
ually displa ed. But in the pengulus
the new feathers all start Into being nt
the same time and thrust out the old
feathers u[«m their tl[sc so tlurt these
come away In great flakes. Wile teils
In all birds save pcm’iilns the new
feathers as they thru.-t their way
through the skin end In |ieiicll-like
points, formes] by Investing sheaths.
in the |s*nguins these sbeaths are open
at the tips and attnehed by their rims
to the roots of the old feathers, and
hence these are held to tlieir succes
sors until they have attained n suffi
cient length to insure protection against
The curious dev Ice for retaining the
warmth afforded by the old fea fliers
until the new generation can fill their
places is apparently due to the fact
that penguins are natives of the ant-
arctic regions, 'although sonic now In
habit tropical seas. -Chicago Tribune.
Short and to th« Point
A coni merchant who was a man of
few words once «role to an agent the
following brief letter:
In duo time the agent's reply came
Dear Mr. Sinclair—":"
The coal dealer's letter, translated,
said. “See my coal on," which Is the
semicolon expreaaed verbally.
The agent Informed the dealer that
the coal was sbipjM-d by saying slm-
ply “Col-on.”—Scrap Book.
Uni»»» They Ar» Heir»»»»».
"Tt’a hard to lose a beautiful daugh
ter.” said the wedding guest sympa-
“It'a a blame sicht harder to lore the
homely ones," replied the old rnnn^rho
had several yet to go.—Boston Trnn-
A U»»l»«» Rule.
ne (teaching her bridge!—When in
doubt P's a g<sid rule to play trumps.
She But that's Just It; when I'm In
doubt I don't know what the trump In.
Even when a woman thinks she la
worth her weight In gold she would
hate to get too stout. — I’hllndel ihla
They Were Once Important Im
plements of Warfare.
Handed Down From Father to Son and
From Fri»nd to Friend—Engraved
and OrnamenUJ. They Were Used ae
Gifta Inetead of Jeweled Sword».
M.'dcrn inventions have robtasl «nr
I .’arc of mu<Ti of Its roiiuiucc am! the
soldier of milch of bls old time plctur-
Although (lie powtlcrhorn
as mi Implement of war dlsapisared
loug before the mngaxllid gun of Balay
was drcauied of. It wasn't so very long
sgo. as a matter of fact, that men
were carrying powderhorns. Some of
the soldiers III the Mexican war. for
example, list'd tl tu.
The laiwderhorns curried by the
fighters ill the early days of this eotin-
try wetv often of i-omparatlvely sim
ple workiminsldp. but they were cher
ished and handetl «town from father
to son and from friend t<> friend.
Strange to say. though cherlativd In
tills manner, collectors tunc had a
very hard time In locating any great
numlier of tbe powderhorns used in
this country, ami this In spite of the
large numbers used in th«1 seientecnlli
and eighteenth centuries.
In the Freueli and Indian war the
English and Americans carrad in.«««»
powderhorns. It lias been estimated,
to say nothing of the numlier carrlcl
by thoae on Hie l-'retn h side. In the
Revolution there wen', a < riling to
the iH'St estimates, nbhut 1U.IM»I pow-
dei'liorns In u - In the Amcrhan
army without counting those on the
British side. The Eill"p<ain troops hail
long liiseard«<1 them, of course, but
their colonial allies naturally were
equlp|»d with them.
A few years go Isaac .1 Greenwood
presented to the New York Historical
sis lety a colh-ctlon of water color pic
tures of powderhorns lie had found
still In cxisteu e.
Although the scanli was prosecuted
wlthgreat diligence.tl.c number of pow-
derborns nctualiv |o<nie<l and sketched
was not much more than 4U», showing
how qul< kly the liorna have been dis
Powderhorns are sup|>o«e I to have
come Into u-<o almost slmultamsnixly
with the invention of punpowder. A
way bad to !«• found to carry the jm > w -
der and keep it dry. ami men quickly
found that there vva- u't any thing bet
ter or chenpcr In mediaeval times for
this pur]H>se than the horns of an mil
They were In general uae in the six
teenth century ami were broil .-lit to
this country by th«' tit■ t settler». The
oldest horn whose picture appears In
the collection was found near S' lience-
l.idy, N. Y . mid bear« the date of 1<N3
It was generally the horns of tlieir
< an attle that the farmer tighter« of
America used The 1« ss of a Imrn In
nowise impair««! t* usefulness of the
ant'ial. and bulls freqin'titly were
called upon to make the snvrlfk-r. Koch
horns were easily obtain«-«! and
wouldn't rust and rould be carried In
. «• ruin and through streams without
th • |K)««lcr In them getting wet.
hey were always worn under tbe
left arm by a strap that «< ->t • < ■ r th«'
right shoulder. Hi»' curve in
conforming to tlie slud-- -T
and serving to keep It out
of the wearer. There was ii . qiple In
th«* small end, and without Is ing un
slung th«- powder could Is- poured Into
the right hand and thence Into the gun.
Boiled, »«rap'd ami cleaned nnd col
ored with nn orang«' or yellow «lye.
which was the way most of the pow-
derbortis w« ■■«• prepare«!. Hwy lent
tbemselres r < re readily to ornamenta
tion by the owner than «lid any other
part of Ids «-«pilpment. and It la this
fact which lias made them particularly
Interesting ns historical relics. Admir
ing friends In the days wlwn powilcr-
borns were In general use Insli-ad of
presenting a hero with an engraved
sword gave Idin a finely d«*corated
Sometimes the horns were made to
order and the engraving done by pro
fessionals. Many of these horns were
beautifully colored, tbe most jsipular
shade Is-lng a sort of orange Hut.
Perhaps th«' most remarkable exam
ples of the engraving ar«- to lie seen
on the geographical horns wh"s<> pic
tures app»*nr In th«' Greenwood coll«-»--
tlon. Tlie»«' geographical horns took
th«* place of |sx-k«-t maps for the curly
pioneers. They were the work of pro
fessional engravers in places like New
York nnd Boston.
Some of the horns In the collection
contain practically complete mapa of
the old trulls mid waterways. Ono of
the best of these bears the «late of
17G7 ami shows New York with Its
harbor filled with ships nnd New York
state ns far ns Lake Champlain and
Ontario. The Hudson valley, with Its
settlements, appears on most of the
geographical horns discovered. One
bom shows the country between Elis
abethtown nn<l Pittsburg, each little
settlement being carefully noted
The horns thus fill»sl n double pur
pose. supplying the traveler with a
map nnd carrying Ills powder for him.
One of the best sfieelmena III the col
lection shows Havana, ns well an the
trail from Albany to Oswego. It Is
believed to have been owned b.v n sol
dier In the English army which cap
tured th«1 Ctibmi city nnd who Inter
served In Hi«' (-olonlea, — Washington
Make hay while the sun «hlnew, and
the sun tu-ver shines so stendll) and
bright ns when you nre young.
Th» Lackay Who Ch»ng»d Plae»» With
Hi» Former Marter.
Kom«' yiirs sgu n rvinarkalde «s-cur-
rene«' traiisplii-d ut NI e. wlilcli I» very
near to Monte «.uio
Inibitilo «>f Hu» in »Ino, who limi Iliade
bis immoy prim Ipnll.i liiere. Inni set
iip au E'igllsti n-hl'-le. n palr «>f h«»raos.
"tiger" m.«l all. «imi «-»it qult«» a swvll
drlvlng In Hie itelghborli««o»l. says II
One »lu.v In' was ridili;:
In th«' «-nvlr'-lis «>f Ilie town « hell hl«
serenili, slltl'ig u|s«li Hie r.il«'«l l»"X
lii'hlml. wlm lind beeil feeling some
«leit i ■••eils.V ilt not reeelVlllg t»is
• -"»hi«- llim-, i'eitig hls mnMti*r
m-, venluiid tu it-.k hlm
Hiioiig' 'ho Inn k wlinlow If In- wniihl
imt mal.«' It coiivonlriit In |gty hlm.
TTio master « i« In a good hunmr ami
at k'-d .
"II"« milch I« II. lui Fielii-‘-'
"OH»- humirid und twenty live Ihres,
may It pioti««' y«m. motislaur.*
••\ell «eil; her«' Il I«" salii Ille
nnisicr. «q rt-mll'ig Ohe mihi In pii|s-r
< crreiiey upoii the seut <•( Ihe v«-hl 1«-
•'Ne«. I j « lieur. luti«' >"H .p r k ««f
ei-i«ls «llh .voll?“
-t ei t.ilidy." ans« er« «! the ob-eipih.ii«
la key. "I nlways «urry them. men-
»l<-iir." pr. «.ti. lug Hie « iird* m «."•'•
"Tltm I« v eil. No« . I « III t. bank
er. and y>>u sli.-ill pln.v agallisi me
« 111 tal.«- th • (rollt seilt. Ili«- li ■ I. o:ie
slitill servo (or mir lnl>‘o. nml yu enti
look tlirnugli ibis Isu k wlnduw."
Th«' l.-n key ttssonled li» thl«. amu«<«l
at li!« master'» i-uiiili-» emd»-n. I.ih'k
«ns ruth<-r »-ti thè master'« »nie. bui
bolli inoli be«aiee quii»' eu.«-r >11 tilt-
game, thluktug «■( flint, ami Ihtit oiily.
Little b.v lltth» the fontlmill'» li"ill«->
veut iritll all Hi.-it «:is loft «•( bis
wage» was fi llvre« Ih- Is-gm» I«» (<-el
anxious, «lieu smldi'iily hls luck
t limisi, ami hr w on the whole Mimi
back, with e a vry Moll Ids
al» ut him.
I’hlUed nt hin h *M, tlie HiHNti*r wit
gensl a lier- e. « hl- h th»'
then It» mai»-, tte-xt thè liarm-s* and
lastly the carriage li -elf. Lu I; ran
all one way. nn«l th«- servant. I ji Fleur,
won ever.i thing. Tlie i ia«t»-r t<s'k «»vit
Ills wnt'-h a«'4 l">> 11 down a. iliiM a
given sum. Th«» «ani« were shuttled,
and the Itu key w«»n.
"I tene ii'-thln. more. I.a Fleur. Ton
liai«* ch-mnsl me f'llt." said tin» half
Th«' servant was l-i high spirits at
hls strange run of luck.
"Here are n Inii-drcd livres, monsieur.
I sviti stak«* ihi-iii iig.ilti-t j.-iir I «t-d
l( voti win they are yours K
you I- • «- wo change 'i-tti«."
Th«' carda were abutBed, iui Fleur
won. mid tin- Vebl'-I«' returm-d to Nl
« IH« Its ("run e m ister o. u » in.- t ."-
servant's b"X Is-lilnd timi lui 1 leur sit
The Last Speaker of Comleh.
In the little village <>( Kt. Paul, near
ronzane,», Hier,' is a monument er, ted
to th»* memory of I»oll. or I>-»lly. Pent
renth, who nttnlmsl th«' ng«« of Kt!
ami was th,' last woman' who spoke
the t'ornhh tongm*. ''lids Is th - In-
Hi-rlptlni»: "llero Heth Interred imrothy
Pentrepth. wlm dl«-d In 1777. suhl to
hav«> bo'-n Hi«' l.-i»t jM-rsoti who con
versed In tlie am lout Conilsh. the |>c-
cullar Inngmi-ri' of this country from
the «'nrllest times till It expired In
th«* »'Ig’iteenth eentury In this parish
« f Si Patil This stone Is »•r«»'te«l lit
Il e I’rlm»' lumia Lucien Bonapart«*. In
union with ili«' Rev. John G-irm-tf.
v' ir • f Ft. Paul. June. 1 m » i . -Hon- r
tli.i f..:Ii«-i- nnd thv mother that thy
days may be long upon th«' lami wlilcti
tin- I.< rd thy G«sl ghi-tli thee* (E »Ins
XX. l.’i.”■ J udon New s.
"Are y«-u |s»pular with the Kasb
“Dasbcd !f I know. Each one al
ways Introduces m»> ii « a fricud of Iler
sister." (’Icvelnin) Leader.
Rend n:ij thing half nn hour a «lay
nqd In ten years you will be loarard —
lion Is Indicat
ed In all ordi
niti-/ dlMaaus <>(
w< m« ii .
dla.ip; ilnts, Its
g-.mi effucia be
troni Gi-i very
St'al. It is com
pilro.t nnd tlie
and other I:ar
mful drugs be
The tua ly dis-
fl n e u e e a to
der tier lluldo
to many F.iucthinal dlsoidi'i's that
not only ten«! tu d< »troy her comfort
mid hiipiilm-KH, but which gradually
merge Into cbrouic and serious dia-
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription Is
, without a peor for the auccoaatul
I tn at min t <>f t'-imilo weakness, pain
[fill mid disordered menstrutiitlon,
I hysteria, cramps, “bearing d««wu
i pa Ina." Inflammation timi falling of
Thia la a remedy of
Pur. 7th and Main Hire« is
Klamatli Falls • . • • <*r,-g<m
A >1 W II YRGAINrt.
Fixe hda, sigu.iy lovaliun, II5U9.
' Can ittuii li.'i) <n tliu f- al.
A utcu Collage w!lb Laib, large
A ge-d b«l>.
A i." ge re>ld ui rt, fi- e lol, fUSilU
l hreo cottngi'S on ihre« Iota, lloom
• n< u.i« tut «h-it'Hr eutrnge, IJZ3U.
MA8ON & 8LOLGII
ni.stii.i 11«>\-» hi
< onimh . i M i:
\\ hen . s, th< great H,i| r«-nn» Chan
cellar <•( the Universe In It I m omnipo
tent wisdom has taken unto himself
th«« bein'.«•«! wife of our brother, Murk
L Burns, be It therefore
Resolved, by Klamath lardgv No.
99, Knlrhts <>( Pythian, that while
v. e Imw to the omnlpoten1 decree, yet
we deplot o our brother's great loss
with dm p and heartlelt feeling,
softened only by th« confident hope
that rn 'ae great «'ay (bat she may
aguln bo united with her now bo-
i<-av« l f-iiully; thnt our brother may
rest H<-<iiie Iu thv prom I-«' thut
"D ai'i is hut the gatoway to u bet
A vobtmo gran«L ri-wnttcn nnd re
A life much broader Gian the one
Of what w.< arc, or w.al we hop«'
Bo It 'urtiicr reeolv'-d, that the
iii<'tn<"-rs of Klnmath Lolg«- No. 99,
Knights of I’ythlas, of Klnmath Falls,
to on • bereaved
brother cur earnest and h«-artfe!t
ympathy In this hour uf hls groat
That t! <■!««• resolutions be spread In
full upo»» the minutes of thia lodge
and bo then acnl to our bereaved
brother, Murk L. llurni. nt Dorris,
E. L. ELLIOTT,
C. C. IIOGI'E.
J. L. YA DEN.
D. L. McCollum of Holland was In
the city on business Thursday.
Parties wlstilug sagobruah
clear«» cal) un or writ«,
W. W. MÄHTEN,
Klamath Fail». Ore
Ashland Commercial College
WHAT WILL YOU NEED FOR FUTURE LIFE? Commercial.
Shorthand as«! English aro taught hero In such a manner that
our students win succoss.
Modern furnishings, thorough course of training, practi
cal Instructors, Individual Instruction, and lionlthful location,
give our students a decided advnntngo.
OUR GRADUATES SUCCESS IS OUR SUCCESS.
tional Information may bo had for the asking.
P. RITNER, A- M.,
Lakeside Inn ’
MRS. M. M c M illan , Prop’r.
_____ ______________________________ —---------------
73 room« nnd Hiiiten.
Sample Booms. Bar Boom. I’arloTH. Two Club
Rooms. Etc,. Etc
special resort for tourists