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First M. K. church Nomi should ml»»
STRUCK DI HANDLE OF STARTER
thl» rare opportunity to hear some Will DIVIDE INTO Skill RRMS
One of the most unique events that
high i 'I iihm singing, which nt the »nm«
has ever occurred in this city was the
time appesi» to lhe uncultivated mu
ORGANIZED IIAN» MAID TO HAVE sic lover. The host local talent hu» BIOGENI REAL THAI HAN BEEN RRY WEATHER HAN MABE NITE. rnarrlagu ceremony of Mrs. Eugenia A BONE NEAIi THE XVItlNT I k
CONNI M.MATEB FOR YEARN
ATKIN < RITR AI,
Howard and Charles Jones Jr., which |
consented to a»»l»t In lhe program.
HI,XIS REDHtflN HIVALA
occurred at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. I
E. R. Itcsmes. fThe contracting par-
M IKE tit mid DRIVE
WITH TEAM OF HORN EN Menu» III«- « ouiilig of tlie Hmail Fann Mu< Ii I*,»» Will lb- Sustaine«! I ul«s>s tles ar< the colored servants of Mr »ccklrat Occurre«! at l«k<*vi«*w Wed-
Trouble Which ll«*gaa mu Month»
er«, Nomctlilng NfSMbsI for lh-
Cur«' Is Taken to Prevtait Pires
and Mrs. Ileum«», a number of who»»
n<-M|ay Night—Injured .M«‘ti»hrr
•Agn Willi Death tit Ranger May
William Ntark Goes 'I'liicty-llic Mik-«
yi'lopiiictit of «‘ounty
friends had been invited to their
ifef ||y |>r. Italy
li<»ult In IH m - iivi M’? of Gung
in I»*«» Titan Eight
b»-autlful colonial home to witness j
th«' ceremony. Hon. George Noland.!
'I'li« Kluiiiuth Development compa
circuit Judg« for this district, united
Sheriff Barnes is suffering with a
IIOIBK, Idaho, .Inly 15 Th» un-
William Hturk made u drive from > ny bus ugaln entered till* market for Fire? Fire?"
ai m, which occurred at Lak« -
• m tiling of evidence In Oiikluy, Cas- tbi Ankeny ranch to White Lak«
Klamath county property, and this
“This is an ularm of fir«.
ring service. There was more than ‘ view Wednesday night. He was »«-
lu county, by Commisslonsr George City and buck itgiiin W«'dnc»dny In
time mad« th« biggest purchase that
"Do you hear It ?
u passing interest on tt)«: part of thci tempting to »tart his automobile aa<!
A. Day of the »tat« land <>ffi«c, Indl- u little I< mm than eight hours.
bus occurred her« for years. It has
“Will you h«ed It?
guests, for th«- bride has a host of had the sparker connected When be
ntew thnt ii band of ratlin rustler»
At the bucking hor»e contest held contracted to buy the Altamont
“If the fire has not com« yet It friends among the s«K'iety people of started to turn the crank lhe ma
•ire oimrallng along th« Houthcrn here on the Fourth of July there were
th« city, as was «vldenced by th« > chine kicked back and struck him a
Idaho mid Northern Nevada alate iwo hors«-» entered which taxed th« ranch. Tills property Is i ««cognised
u» being om* of th«’ finest furm prop
“You may prevent it.
large number of handHomc present«, violent blow on the wrist, breaking:
line, mid thut they have not only skill of Die horsemen there to »addle.
“You can scarcely stop it.
erties In th«« county, and It» purcbaw-
the bone and inflicting a very painful
stolen ninny hundreds of hors«*» nnd Om* was u blue roan which ran away
"Al<hough July has hardly begun,
Following th« ceremony the even-1 injury. Th« wounded member was
attic, but killed off a hand of In* mid the oilier was III« one-eyed horse b> till» company means the passing of
tli« largcHt tract of land under th« a dry - pring followed by hot weather ing was »pent In dancing and playing ret by Dr. Daly, ann Mr. Barnes will
dlnn ruatlera who were Interfering ibat l«»u Johnson rode. Both w«r«
firsi unit of th« Klamath project
ha» resulted in terrific fore»t fires bridg«* and 500, the occasion being ; have to carry his arm in a cast for a
with their plana. Already one death vicious bciiHts iiik I created much ex
throughout the coast »tales. The one of the most pleasant of the year.' few weeks.
han r«»ult«d from the action of the citement when they wore lining rid
pio|H-rty w«r<' op«n«d last Friday tinder-like condition of the woods
.Mr. and Mrs. Jon«*s will continu«
Willie North happened to be in
Indian rustlers, nnd nn In veil Hat Inn den.
morning and th« Huai puper» in tliu so early in the season threatens us in the rervk« of Mr. anil Mrs. ; Lakeview, and drove Mr. Barnes* ma-
may bring muny others.
Mr. Hturk bitched the two animal» d«al wer« ,,ign«d the n«xt day. None with one of the worst fire years in Reamcs.
chine over for him.
The trouble alerted alx month» ago. io a heavy farm wagon nnd mud« th«
of ih<* pmtI«» Interested would state history. With the situation already
Rung«* men reported many head of drive to White Lake City and wh«ti
A marriage license was issued to, Sheriff Barnes returned Friday
■ little and hor»«*» tulaalng. nnd It watt he got back th« lior«<-n were ready wliatt lie consideration was, but It Is extremely serious and the usually
known lhut th«" owners have b«M*n dry months »til) to come, the Pacific Dice Crain, aged 51, and Ethel Cook-! night from Lake view with his daugt-
decided thnt Indian rustler« were re* to »tart out again. As ho drove
holding It In th«' mlghliorhood of Northwest faces great danger of un man, Ik years old. Thursday after-j ter, Goldie. Mrs. Barnes and the babv
■ixinslblc. Xccordlngly a fiend of th« ihtough lh« gale on ills return to '
IIOo.OOO rot sorns tints
controllable sweeping fires, before noon. Both ar« Indians and live on are still at her motner’s near Suni-
ranger» »el out to run the r«<l»kln» Hie ranch he touched the one-eyed I
to their lair. When near the imuti- hoi»«* with th<- whip ami th« nnlmul , ’III«- Altumont ranch, which coni- which all effort will be powerless to
■lary of the two stat«* th« ranger» > nearly* kicked ih« dashboard of th«-
bom 2 ?i in I!«-» from tb«' courthouse. If not of human lives. It Is a time
met the Indian», and In the conflict wugon out.
was for year» owned and operuted to upiieal to every citizen for vigil
which folowcd Frank Trammer, a
Wednesday h«j »• t.l tho «.»rrel piu- by Judge Smith. On his death the ance to avert disaster and distress to!
ranger, wa» »hot tn death. The In lo Baldy Gi • >
at • li< bt'lrk organised the kmith corpora th«' community.”
Hei l»« rmi'li and Thursday the lieast 1 tion for tie management of the prop
l*i these words the Western For
Commissioner Pai lind occasion to threw hl» new owner twice.
city. This corporation sold th« prop estry and Conservation association
•our th« outhern part of the atate a
erty lo Judge Noland and It. S. Smith begins a statement issued today as
few data ago. ami while nt Onklcv, I
M V.l VOTERS I ROM MER
March 1. 1907. On March 1. 1910, I the result of reports upon the usually
ha nod a large number of cowboy» |
RILL SEND I.N THEIR NAMES Mr. Smith'» interest In th«' property critical forest fir« situation received
who had Just come In from the round-
*ip. They were apparently greatly He« ciily-I «III \\ ■ re Rcgl»t«r<'«l by the was »old to the Altamont Investment from lu subsidiary fire fighting or
company «if Seattlo, and it It from ganizations throughout the North
worked up over »Inns thnt led them
<'limit) Clerk Halenluy—Kept
this company and Judg«* Noland that western .lates. All authorities agree
to believe that white outlaw» are -
tin- Clerks Busy
the Klamath Development company that unusually early arrival of dan
carrying on a systematic anil whole
purchased the property today.
gerous conditions warrants grave ap
agio plan of cattle and horoo mealing,
Th« clerk» In th« county «lerk’»
Great destruction has ai
ind that thia gang of “bad mon” had cflii were more than busy today on
circulated the Indian cattle ruatllng a count of »«vi-iity-four vote'» hav- represa-ntatlve of this paper he con- read: resulted in Montana. Idaho an«l
California. In Oregon and Washing
report anti latter run down and killed . A..- »ent In their name« from Merrill fiinicd the tran»action and said:
"In purchasing the Altamont ranch ton many fires have broken out. and
the Indiana In order to »hleld their) !■ i legist rat loti.
tlie Klamath D«'vclopm«nt has under although most have been successfully
own nation» nnd keep the rnngera
Tlie names were rent in on blanks taken another brunch of development handled, every day Is increasing the
from suspecting them.
«. iii Ii had 1» en pi ov Idcd. mid each'
According to the report mad« to vmiii' wa* signed three times. Two' of this section long contemplated. We dunger of condition» which prevent
th« mithoriticrt In thia city by Coin-* «'i the signature» were to ln> cut! have seen for sometime that one of
Th« association calls attention to
mlaloner Day, the cow boy» found sub from the blank and pasted in thci
fact that very destructive forest I
stantially built corral» In many place» «■gistrat ion iMxikM. one In th« Tub*
ao «-«instructed a» to prove without Lnke book nnd one In th« general gun making preparation» for the I fir«Mi come in cycles, due to abnormal
qucatlon of u doubt that the work of elution register. Th«* other remains bringing In here of farmers, and j years. Whip' In ordinary seasons
with that end In view began a quiet I countless fires smoulder without seri
building th«m had been done by ! on th« blank, which Is filed away
»jstematic Investigation into the ous effect and even th« more import
hand» mure experienced than thoa«i Th«* bunch of name» kept th«*
pro|M«rties for our purpose. Th« ant ones can usually be checked by
of th« r«d men. The cowboy» nay' ciirku busy th« greater par of th«
they also found pack »addle» hidden ' day. and they will I m < glad when th« Altamont ranch was soon decided I sufficient effort, every few years
among the tree», a» well a» many I names have been all cut out nnd ' upon, and In securing it we believe comes a combination of protracted
we have nne of the best to be found : dry weather and wind during which
other Indication» that white men hnd plotted In the proper book».
In th«- entire county. Its clos«« prox- any fire once started becomes almost
hewn on the ground, th« principal evl-;
Imlty to the city mnkt's It particu- instantaneously beyond influence of
deuce being a number of trench»» In Hit IMEIt MINIMA BRINS
larly desirable for sniall farms. Wc i human endeavor. Such fires burn
which had b«'«*n thrown the bodies of
ROW N LARGE MMi HALT intend to plat the tract In the small , furlonsly until ch«*cked by rain or
There trench«» ' lin<1 apparently Many L>>g» Are Adrift in I |»|s"r latke. ranches and sell It to farmers on ¡ lack of fuel, and sweep vast areas
t< rms that will make It particularly with great rapidity. The last of
been dug with pick mid shovel, nnd
< ‘«inn««lore Nosl«*r Sustain«
to the homreecker of mod- these "fire year»” was 1903. when
the cowboy» expr«»»ed the belief that
many Ilves, besides resources worth
underneath the carcases of the horse*
1*0.000.000. were destroyed
the bodlc» of Indiuus wero hidden.
The steamer Wlnenta brought down
in Gr< con and Washington in a day
The report of the cowpuncher» ha*’ u large log raft for th« Innes-Clark« I
OFF E«»R AN O1TING
j or two. It is a return of such a catas
greatly «»cited the rancher» In that mill a few days ago.
trophe which is feared if heavy rain
-«ctlon of tho country nnd n demand
Mani log» are re|>ortcd adrift in
A party of Klamath Falls p«*ople,
ha» been mad« that tho matter be Vpper Ink«, but mn»t of them will be ’ consisting of Mrs. K D. North and I doe«- not soon relieve the early dry
Invi »ligated. In uidor to do thl», the gathered up by their owners before ! son. Mr«. It. A. Einmitt, .Mrs. Fret! ness of 1910.
in the meanwhile the association
Nevada nuthorltiea will have to be, long.
Blehn and son. Miss Ella Emmltt, appeals to every traveler and resi- i
eommlted. for th« rustler» rove back : Th> Hrinith resort at Eagle Ridge Mrs. Mabell«' Martin nnd Mrs. Will
From 2 to 4 in the afternoon and from
nnd forth over tho boundary line, car 1» veri popular thl» summer, the hos Wedon ami daughter, left on Sun dent In forest regions to exercise the
rying on thcle illegal traffic, nnd telry being crowded with guests to day for a two w«*egs' trip to Spring
7:30 to 9:30 in the evening
all timber owners to maintain vigil
therefor« Invade both Idnho nnd Ne day.
creek. Williamson river and Fort ant patrol. In some stit«?s the gov-
Sailing on the I'pper lnke 1» a pop Klamath. They expret to have a most
I ernor has legal power to forbid hunt-
Trouble 1» expected unh’t»* th« au ular pHNtimc at present.
enjoyable time, and went prepared to i ing. fishing and camping during peri-
thorities run down the ru«tl<*rs.
Sabbath »■ hool nnd divine service see ail tlie sights of the beautiful re I od of great fire danger, but in the
» . will I m held nt Castle Saint Cloud gion they will visit.
Northwest there is no insurance but
% VIATOR t ill HllED ItY
tomorrow afternoon at !t o'clock. All ,
______ __ ___
the care exercised by the individual.
FALL FROM RALMMIN are invited to attend.
E. E. Fitch, the Merrill real estate
A f«w days ago CoiAdore Nosier
Georg«' Stainer, the genial clerk at
came up Friday night to attend
Gee lUig Burst und Occupiuit« of cum« near sustaining a compound
Dirigilil«* Are Crushed Beyimd
fracture of two of his Mat lioard’’ th«' county convention here Saturday th«- Livermore, went to Lakeview on
the auto Saturday morning.
rll>» by falling off the dlnilFr table at afternoon.
hi» home The marlno language» that I
COLOGNE, July 14
The dirlgl-! followed the nccldent was said to;
ide balloon Erbcloch. nnmed after it» have been picturesque.
Inventor, fell 5,000 feet near Pon- .
■ held. Went Germany, yesterday anti' WILL PREVENT HESSIAN
Erbloek. who 1» n renowned ncien-j
JEWS FROM COMING i
list, mid four of hi» companion» were
killed. The bodie» were crushed be
WASHINGTON. July 16. The De- j
partment of Commerce nnd laibor ha*
Th« dirigible balloon which fell be announced that the Russian Hebrew
longed to the Ithlne Aerial club nnd Immigrants who are coming In re->
rcHemblcd the Zeppelin, but wan only aponse to promises by the agents of j
about on<*-»ixth n* large. It had made th«- American Jewish Aid societies
»cveral succesefu) flight» nnd aacend- will be barred tinder the contract
ed at Dusseldorf thin morning. Near labor law.
Paacheld one of the balloon's netn
It is alleged thnt the aid organ!-,
burnt and all the gnn bag» were torn gallon» have become labor bureaus1
to bitn. The cause of the accident in and are advertising extensively tn
Russia. Tho repartment declare« ■
The voyage lanteii forty minute» that this violates the law.
and It in thought that, tho nun expand
ed the gnn bag no much that tho not» WANTS JI RY TO FINI»
broke or elm« that the motor exploded.
OCT REAL t'RIMINAIJ*
Rrbeloch piloted the winning bal
CHICAGO. July 14. When Judge
loon Pommern nt the International
Landis impanelled tlie special federal ,
race« nt St. Louin in 1907.
grand Jury to try th«* packer« he In- 1
»trusted them not to bring In any '
LIBRARY Cl,I'll WILL
GIVE A <N>N<*KRT mor«* nlins Indictments nor to indict
the corporations, but to find out the'
Mosicnl EntertaAiinent Will lb' ITe- Individual responsible nnd bring the *
Miited Next Monday by Rollin
real offender to Justice.
The Women'» Library club are to
A Kitt >PLA N E At '< TRENT
be congratulated on having nee tired
the promise of Rollin M. Peano of St.
BOURNEMOUTH, England. July
Asceudlng to the greatest height
Paul. Minn., to give them n benefit I I
concert next Monday evening. Many In the test of power motors, II. Raw- ’
of our munirai people hnv« hnd tho llnson strained his aeroplane, which
pleasure already of hearing Mr. fell to the ground with him causing
Penne, who In a lender among nololMt» serious, perhaps fatal Injuries. That
In his homo city, nnd occupies a lucra he was not killed outright is cotiHld- '
tive position an choir master of tho cred a miracle.
CAIILEMEN ARE AROUSED
We will wind up our successful sale of a
$10,000 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes. Hats, Ladies' and Gents'
etc., by closing'out
the balance of my stock of merchandise at
Everything will be sold
Regardless of Cost