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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1910)
Mr. and Mrs E. W. Gowen re APPELLATE COURT DIHMIHHEH
on professional business. He was
turned home last Monday from their
APPEAL OF JOHN ItEEHE
accompanied by C. H. Underwood.
I». C Lavey left Thursday for Port
of this city, left on Thursday to join nia visiting friends. Mrs Gowen has Wa» ('out Ivied in Circuit Court ««f
spent the winter there and returns
Si-kiyou County of hilling
W. O. Kingdon is down from Fort his father at Portland and attend the
horn«' greatly improved in health She
has had a moat enjoyable time, but
F. L. Carlson was a visitor Friday
the city from IMrris. where he has is glad to once more be with her United Press Service.
SACRAMENTO. Cal . Npill 2.
friends In Klamath Falls, a joy which
Roy Merrill was a visitor Friday been working for the Southern Pa
is equally shared with her
Th«' Third District tppelhitc Court
O. R. Fitzhugh. who arrived here today dismissed th«* apixral of John
E. L. Hosley was in the city from ing the summer.
R«*,'s«* was convicted In the
Silent Jim Johnson is a recent ar some time ago with men and mules Reese
Circuit Court of Siskiyou County of
Dave Shook was in the city from
at the Gun Store. He is glad to tract. returmtl supposedly to Bakers killing an Indian. The euse was bit-
terly fought ut Yreka, th«' jury r«>-
L. L. Weigand is u visitor in the iu«*et his friends, but has ve . litil« field to get mor«» implements. Situ«*
that tint«» h«' has not b«*en heard from . turning u verdict of guilty after n
to say to anyone.
city from Olene.
A party of Klamath Falls sight It is feared he has met with foul ( short deliberation
Charles Pickett is a recent visitor ;
took in Keno Sunday after- 1 play, as he hail no known reason fori The court upheld the conviction of
from Poe Valley.
Those on the trip were Merrs disappearing. Th«» men and mules Daniel Crowley and Frank Wilson,
J. H. Williams was in the city from
Hooker. Thomas, Rogers. Campbell. are staying here Idl«» in his absence ' who were charged with robbing an
E. H. Lawrence has made applica old man ut Nevada City
Chas Lambert was in the city from Ward and Lewis.
oners attempted to escu|»< from the
jail at Truck«*«', following Hull ar
K. D. North left Tuesday morning day from his homestead on the Fort under which to open a tobacco manu
rest Constable Sluiupf accidentally
for Langell Valley.
shot Frank King, a bystander, in the
C. E. Hoyt and wife are visitors
and in order to do so will hav>> to ensuing fight, und th« defendants
for several mouths.
from Fort Klamath.
under a different licens • to contended that the lower court err* *d
E. B. Shumway has return«'«! front
the city from Colorado. Wltil«* dsh- that held for th«» manufacture of in allowing that fact to tie told In
a trip to Sacramento.
the trial of the case
H. B. Leighton left on the Tuesday ing Sunday, his little daughter fell cigars. This new enterprise of his
train for Minneapolis.
good success that has followed his ef WOMEN GIVE I P FIGHT;
H. W. Gregg was a visitor Friday any danger came to her.
READY TO GO TO JAIL
in the cigar making buidn*
from Klamath Agency.
"Billy" Helleman celebrated his
J. M. Howell is a visitor at the tin. who underwent an operation
Sunday in San Francisco for apppen-, fifth birthday on Mouday afternoon, i SALEM. OrOe . April 27
American from Merrill.
Miss Frances Johnson is a visitor, dicitis. to the effect that th«* operation and. to make memorable the occa-1 to serve 30 days in the Marion County
was succ«*ssful and that h*» was get-1 sion. invited a number of his young j
in the city from Dorris.
friends to help him have a joyous I Jail by Judge George Burnett for vio
John L. Shook was a visitor in the
time. That h»* eutertain«»d them roy-I lating the luw prohibiting the con
city from Dairy Friday.
was indicated by th«» fact that ducting of disreputable houses In the
Mrs. H. L. Scott is a visitor in the
are now- showing. Hart Schaffner & there was a considerable depletion State, waived time for the tiling of a
city from Fort Klamath.
petition for reporting in th«' Supreme
H. G. Wilson was down from Marks. Friends Bros.. Alfred Benja in the stock of candy in the city, as Court, un<i usk«-d that the mandates
min. Prices from $10 up to $35.— well as in many of the dainties that
Klamath Agency Monday.
graced the pantry shelf. Games were be returned In order that th«' women
J. M. Anderson was a visitor in • "The Portland Store."
played and the youngsters had fun j might begin to serve th«- sentence im
the city Sunday from Dairy.
mediately. This Is th*- ciilmlnutlon
Fresh crushed strawberry sundaes returned from Portland, where they from start to finish.
a long tight between the reform
Miss Lorinda M. Sauber has been
at East End Kandy Kitchen
of this city and the houses of
J. H. Richardson and wife are re- j health. His many friends will regret notified by th«' Lakeview land office Ill-fame. HattieH McGinnis and four
that th«» register ur.d receiver Ims
cent arrivals from Lakeview.
other women were urr«*sted, lndicte«l
decided in her favor in th«- contest
A. A. and J. H Belsu left Tuesday ! ment in his condition.
W. H. Clark was buried last Thurs-1 that was instituted against her home and convicted under th«- State law,
morning for San Francisco.
by the members of I. O. O. F. ; stead by one of the special agents of und Judge Burnett sentenced Delia
A. D. Naylor was a visitor in the j
Lodge No. 104, the services being th«- Department of th«' Interior The Ritchie, Ros«* Leland. Juliu Downle
city from Medford Monday.
at the A. O. U. W hall at 1 land in question is located in the and Emma Thomas to nerve 30 days
A. P. Cross is a recent arrival in .
In jail, but Hatties McGinnis. being
Interment was made in the N*. NEK,
SEV NEK*. NEK*.
the city from San Francisco.
well along in years, was dealt with
NW *w s«»ction 25. township 40 south,
Mrs. Vesta Johnson was visiting in ■
The baseball team from the public W. M. Her many friends will be leniently by th«' court and fined $300.
the city Sunday from Merrill.
Au ap|H*al was taken to the Supreme
Forn. Friday morning, to Mr. and school which played the Bonanza glad to learn of this favorable termi Court, which afllrmtsl the judgment
nation of a suit that had little or no
Mrs. Louis Biebn, a daughter.
of the lower court.
J. F. Steinman was in the city istered a dubbing that they will not merit from the beginning.
soon forget. The score was Klamath
J. D. Carroll some time ago rented WEZLER GIVES UP
from Klamath Agency Monday
an office in the White-Maddox build
C. G. Lambert and Harry Nichols Falls, 14; Bononza, 2.
AND <X>NPKNSEH ILL
The funeral of Elmer Mollenaux ing. The fact that be has mad«* no
came in from Bonanxa Thursday-
Perry Murphy and wife returned took place last Thursday at 4 o'clock effort towards fixing It up has aroused DcM-rilxt. IS-coying of Mrs. Stliulz,
from the Methodist Church, conduct the curiosity of some of his fri*»n«l.i,
Thursday to their home at Dorris.
Intcnicw With Her and the
W. A. Van Walt has returned from ed by the Odd Fellows Lodge.* de one of whom asked him today what
a trip to Oakland and San Francisco. I ceased being a member of Colorado he was going to do with it. "Oh;
TACOMA. Wash . April 27. -Chas
just use it." was his naiv* reply.
Frank J. O'Hara and wife, of San i Lodge No. 3«. I. O. O. F
Franklin Fouriner was brought in "Well, what name are you going to J. Wezler, late Saturday, mud«* a full
Francisco, are recent arrivals in the
from Merrill last Friday, charged | put on the door?” "Just J. D «’nr- cunf«*sslon of the circumstano.'H sur
W. H. Hall and wife were regis by Dr. J. G. Patterson with perjury, rol). Defendant,” was his witty re rounding his murder of Mrs. Henry
tered Friday at the Livermore from having made affidavit that he had joinder. He further elucidated his Schulz, his mother-in-law. near Gig
purchased whisky at Patterson's drug remarks by adding that he had not Harbor, Wash., following u previous,
S. C. Graves left on Tuesday for store. He was released on $1.000 j as yet taken steps to have the title partial confession mad«* on th« train
Lakeview to take charge of the Lake bonds.
I copyrighted, "but," he said, "in view while en rout«» from San Francisco to
The funeral of Henry Row«» took of the fact that there are a number Portland, a summary of which was
Mrs. Albert Shur and Mrs. Ray j place at Redmen hall Friday after- ' of parties in this community who are given out Saturday afternoon.
Wezler made the full confession
Lamb were visitors in the city Tues- ■ noon at 3 o'clock. He was a member showing symptoms of appropriating
of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and that title. 1 want to serv«- notice on while In a semi-bysterical state. He
day from Keno.
The Klamath Hospital will soon will be buried under the auspices of them that 1 have a prior right to it wept frequently us he talked and con
be opened by Mrs Kinsberg as a that lodge, belonging to No. •> of and intend to see that it is amply tended that his original Intention was
not to kill Mrs. Schulz when he wrote
Real «»state dealers complain of ai S. C. Graves left Friday morn
t'hkrlea Graves has returned from
Odell, where he went to close up his
ing that iB fit to be occupied rents ments for his departure for I-ake- MEXICAN BURNED TO DEATH
business affairs there.
IN HAN DIE4JO HOTEL FIRE
Frank Klatzuba, one of the head for a goodly sum. and still the new view, where be goes to take charge of
men of the Bohemian settlement, is comers cannot be accommodated. , the Lakeview Examiner recently ac Several Narrow Mpwct*» From Death
This city needs a building and loan quired by F. H. Cronemiller, Klam
in the city from Merrill.
in the Flan»-
ath County Is sorry to lose "Chap,”
Ned Hooker. W. J .Rogers and . association
Charles Thomas left Wednesday for ' Mrs. C. P. Mason left on Thursday for he is the Nestor of th«» printing United Preaa Service.
Crescent to be out about a week.
for a visit of several weeks’ duration trade of the county. He has wit
SAN DIEGO, Cal.. April 37.—F.
Joe Moore and Mrs. Laura Beals with relatives and friends in and near nessed the ups and downs of the Green, u Mexican workman, was
were married Thursday evening at i Spokane. The many friends of the printing business and shared the joys burned to death und several others
the home of the bride in this city.
Doctor are preparing to help him pass and sorrows of those engaged in pub had a narrow «*srn(M' early this morn
W. P. Johnson left last Tuesday | bis days of loneliness in as happy a lishing papers in this county until he ing in a fire that destroyed the
has become a part of the production American House. Green was asleep
for Portland, where he will attend to! manner as possible.
the publications of Klamath. Mr. on the second floor and It Is sup-
private business for the next week
Mrs. R. A. Emmitt, Mrs. Fred
F. M. Rolfe, proprietor of the Cer- Biehn and Miss Ella Emmitt left Cronemiller has secured the services posed h«* was overcome by the smoke
tral barber shop, is in the city from Monday for a visit in California of a man who will ever work for the before h«- was awakened.
Eugene. He will remain a few days. cities. Mrs. Emmitt and Mrs. Biehn interests of his paper and a man who ReniB, proprietor of the hotel, with
G. P. VanRiper has purchased a! will visit their daughter and sister in will ever prove a valuable assistance bis wife and four children and a
lot in the Hot Springs addition and Santa Cruz and Miss Emmitt will to him. The Herald wishes him God number of guests sere compelled to
will at once build a residence thereon. visit frieDds and relatives in Santa speed and hopes to s«-e the day when make their escape in their night
Chap will own and publish a big clothes. Two men Jumped from the
The new Southern Pacific dredge, Rosa.
paper of his own. He has earned
Klamath Queen, is now about half
W. S. Worden, right of way agent that honor and is fully entitled to it. second story. The origin of th*- fire
way through on the channel to Modoc
for the Southern Pacific Railroad
Company, left last Thursday for the
R. A. Emmitt will raise the frame
I xhh than 6 p«T <«*nt of the t*titlr*
reservation, where he goes to com
of the largest barn in Klamath
of the world Is capable of till
plete the work of appraisement on
County today at H. H. Valkenburg'3
Whereas, In view of the loss we an«.
certain lands purchased for the right
of way for the Klamath-Natron ex- > have sustained by the death of Bro.
K. D. North, who is taking the
Britsb brewers laat year lined
Wm. H. Clark, and the great loss to
census in the I^angell Valley country,
his family and loved ones; then fore, about 63,000,000 pounds of hops.
Dr. Clara Reames. accompanied by
spent Sunday in the city with his
her father, Mr. Young, arriv«»d here
R»»solv»*d, That we. as members of
Dr. E. B. Merchant and G. Bray- Tuesday and are the guests of Mr. Klamath Lodge No. 137, I. O. O. F.,
made the run of 421 miles from San and Mrs. Alex. Martin. Jr. Doctor do deeply sympathize with Mrs. W. 11.
Francisco to the Falls in 27 H nours’ Reames, who is at present health of Clark and family, and extend to th«m
ficer of Astoria, was formerly a resi our heartfelt sympathy In this their
W. A. Williams, of Portland is a dent of this city and has a host of sad bereavement, assuring t*»ut wc
visitor in the city. Mr. Williams is friends here who will be glad to wel mourn with them in their groat af
the owner of a flying machine in i come her back again.
Henry Anderson, postmaster, and
Resolved, That a copy of then«? res
Born. Sunday. April 24, to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Martin, of Mer olutions be sent to the bereaved fam
and Mrs. R. W. Clay, a daughter. rill, came up last Friday. Mrs. Mar ily of our departed brother, anj that
Mr. Clay is a son of Mrs. Griffiths of tin left on Saturday for San Fran-i they be entered on a memorial page
cisco, where she will join her bus- ' in our records In fill), and that our
J. J. Millerich and P. J. Cochrane
charter be draped for 30 day« in
returned on Thursday from Klamath Mr. Anderson, accompanied by Mrs memory of our deceas«»d brother, ar d
Agency and left on the morning train C. M Ramsby and her two children, I that a copy be sent to the Paelfl*: Odd
returned to Merrill Saturday.
Fellow and to each of the city paper«
J. O. Ripley left last Friday for
The date for completing the census J
Portland, as he found the altitude of the city is drawing near. It should .
W. O. SMITH,
here too high for him. having been be a matter of pride for the citizens :
H. L. ARMSTRONG
troubled with his heart.
of Klamath to see as large a popula-*
II. E MOMEYER,
Chas. lambert has purchased the tion as possible, and it is, therefore, I
stage coach. Oregon No. 7, and after suggested that each constitute him-■
For the last ten years in the United
rebuilding it will again be put in self a committee of one to see that
every name possible is secured. If ’ States there has been an average
service on the I^akeview run.
Doctor Hamilton left last Friday you have not given your name to the 1 consumption of eighty-four tons of
iron to aaeh ton of copper.
in an automobile for Fort Klamath census taker, do so at once.
OW, all together—What’s the
matter with Hart Schaffner
& Marx clothes?
They’re all right!
What’s all right?
Hart Schaffner & Marx
They’re all-wool, perfectly tailored, correct In
In style and fit; we guarantee every suit
for one year
Better see some of the new weaves.
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Next door to the Postoffice, Klamath Falls.
A Snap for You
Bealtlful designs and cololect while th« stock la ne»
Now la the tim«» to aerlnga Cheap and up to dat«»
BANKER & PEAIRS, The Decorators
BERT K WITHROW, .secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT.
Maps, Plana, Blue Prints, Etc
K M HUUU*
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Rev. W. G. Smith, formerly pa ui
of the Presbyterian Church of this
city, was here Saturday on business
He Is now locateti at Wolf Creek.
where he Is engaged In th*1 real ea-
Elum Butts Is u iecent arrival it
thia city He is the fath-
¡ D. A. Straw Mr Butts is on«» of th'
; real old-timers, having
been naaoi late«! with Buffalo Hill bnri*
i In the fifties.
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