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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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TK11RADJY,.4ULY 1, 1M
NEVADA CITY, July JL Andrew
aiaaer. who had charge ot a don-
' aatine at the' Oak Valley aawmlll
Mar Camptonvllle, wa killed there
while repairing machinery. 8klnner
i entangled In a huge cable which
ayletely enwrapped him, drawing
body Into the cable apool before
power waa turned off.
DIXON, July 1. H. U Blssell.
r banker and welt known busl-
a aaan or thla city, died here after
lllnen of several monthi.
SANTA ROSA. Jaty 1. Mr. Jes
at Belle Ikhtck haa tiled a suit for
aVrorca against David Schleck, Ben:
SMtt Valley rancher who waa myater-
towly abot and nearly killed at hli
4)aie aereral month ago.
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VALLHJO. July 1. Mora iaan
'400 clerical employes will loie (holr
Job at the Maro IhUiuI Navy yard
July lit a tlio result of a GO pur
cent reduction In one department,
brought about through tho fulluro of
Congr-wi to VTi'fil'rUto tho usual
amount ot fulfil (or th! particular
work. 1 1
IIKASS VAI.l.KY, July I. The
wage scale agreement negotiated by
tho (Iran Valley Minors' leaguu wn
signed by tho superintendents of Ave
lending mlno companies late yeslur
day and will go Into effect July 1st.
Tho minimum wage Is to bo $4.75
for mucker, S for machine miners
and $5.25 (or II inborn. en.
MORE SPECIALS AT ENDERS
WE ARE OFFERING A FEW MORE SPECIALS TO BE ADDED TO
LAST WEEK'S LIST. AS FAST AS WE ARE ABLE THE PRICES ON
EVERYTHING WILL BE ADJUSTED TO A CASH BASIS
WOODLAND. July 1. Suddenly
stricken by heart trouble believed to
Slave been 'the result of an attack of
aaflaenta a year ago, Mr. Burt O.
Kings ley passed away In her sleep.
Haw haaband. awakened about
VsJock In the morning to discover
NEVADA CITY. July 1. John
Hashes,, who .waa crashed under a
atWag flame at Dowklevllle, died
tram hie Injuries. He waa tearing
ai the moaatala aide and buried
aaan aader the wreckage.
Haghes waa one of the earliest
tameer In Blesra county, coming)
aere la 151. He lived In Downte
Ma ever since. Ha waa a native of
ttalaad aad agad 84 years..
NAPA. July 1. Mr. Winifred
Boynton, widow ot the lato Dr. K. N.
Born ton. a prom.inent Napa resident
well known to old timers bore, pass
ed away ai her homo on North Main
street on Saturday cvonlng at 7:30
o'clock She had been in very feeble
health since two years ago.
OROVILLK. July 1. New reach
ed. here Sunday that R. P. Staguer, a
native of Chlco, and widely known,
passed away at the Enloe hospital In
that city. ...
Woodland. July 1. Mis May C.
Hershey. 40, the third of Ave daugh
NKVADA CITY, July l.Kmll
Jermlin, the hermit minor who min
ed on ground not belonging to hlm
has bean taken to the Slate hospital
at Stockton, having boon adjudged
Insane when examined. Jermlin
lived In an old cabin In Steep Hol
low and barely existed by placer min
ing. 116 was considered erratic and
dangerous and tho You llt Mining
company hud htm arrested for tres
passing. When Sheriff J. It. Martin
arrested him, he found a big revol
ver on Jarmlln'a person.
NKVADA CITY. July 1 Miss
Uoso McKcon, who spent her girl
hood day In this city, died In San
Francisco following on orallon.
and the remains will bo brought here
for Interment In tho family plot I
the' Catholic camctcry. Miss Mc
Keon was a toucher In tho local
school for scTorul years, and has
taught In tho schools of San Kruncls
co for tho post Immty-lHo years.
Swift's White Soap,
18 bars for
Mcixcun Red Deans,
12 lbs. for
G lbs. for
20 Mule Team, package
Small, regular 15 cents; Special
California Fancy Bayo Beans,
9 pounds for ,
Special, can .7. ..
Kingsfora Gloss Starch,
Blue Karo Syrup,
1', pound, Special, can
Welch's Grape Juice, AAg
Pint Bottles, Special . Quart Bottles
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, lib, Keg. 05.
1.0S AN(IKI.K.S, July 1. A young
man who said ho was "Jim" Stevens,
19' years old, confessed to having ob
tained Jewelry valued at 1150,000
and furs valued at $30,000 In A dot
en burglaries In Ios Angeles In tho
Weed, July 1. One of tho worst
(Ires In this section In recent year,
occured Saturday night when the old
mill, lumber stacker and about 400
feet of tram burned.
Tho watebjsaayat the veneer plnnt
discovered Ike Ore at 10:45 p. m.
Klro companies and clUicns fought
the Dames for two hours to prevqnt
their spreadmr vo Yard 1 and 'tho
sash and door factory.
The old milt had not been operat
ors of the late David N. and Mr, ed slnco tho new one, wo built, and
Heraher. Is dead here. Death Is at-1 was partly dismantled, but thorc
trlbuted to stomach trouble. The .still remained a greater portion of ?
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, 21b, Keg.
Folger's lea, Black or Green, Keg.
6'0c lb. Special
Best Grade Fruit Salad, lurge size.
Cosmos Tomatoes, 2 for 35 eta. or
Mecco Corn, 2 for 35 cU. or
Goody-Goody Peas, 2 for 35 ct. or
Regular -15 ct. Bulk Coffee.
K. C. Baking Powder, Reg. 80 ct. can.
K. C. Baking Powder, Reg. 50 ct. can
''vil4l , ...
K. C. Baking Powder, Reg. 25 ct. can.
family came to Woodland about
thirty-fire year ago and acquired
large property holdings.
OALT. July 1. Six hundred amll
Ashland Celebrates !
An Unusual Unique Entertainment Will Be Given This Year
July 3, 4, 5, in Lithia Park, Ashland
Don't fail to take advantage of these low prices. Our first week's business
proves to us that the people are glad to pay cash when they are able to make
a saving Join the crowd and save money
J. E. ENDERS & CO.
ROBERTS & WHITMORE
3 Big Days 3
Is .eiBiuy acre 01 gram on wio larins ni wen-Known nuiiur roiiniy runner,
,, Joseph Mcluerney and John Kencllrk tiled Haturdny lit tlio ago of 69 years,
t I wore destrojed by lire Saturday uf- after an Illness of many montlix, Tlio
l .ternoon. Ifunerul will ho Jitlil at II u. m. Tues-'
t 'day, under tbn, auspice, of the 1. O
UKIAH, July 1. A deslro to 'e (' K. lodgu of Vuh.i City nnd the In
train wreck Is reported to liaxi led i torment will l.o In Sutter City mine.
boy of Fort Ilrng '
tend to liiilld on the old Dorscli
timber Innd, which rerently -uis
purchased by the Mutual company
A I tfl nrriilt n Inpcfnt' rlinln nrsintwl f tin
ZAMOKA, July 1. Upon learning
of tho death or tier brother, Millard
K, llulier, a resident of Knights
Landing, Mr. Ainandn Clark, of this
place, collapsed ami tiled before
insldo rail of tho railroad truck, one VACAVIM.K, July I. The rornn- medical aid could bo summoned,
,SJmlln from Kort llragB, Calif., In an ur'" i"' wlf Investigated tlio klll-i
.endeavor to ditch tlm enstbounil pas- lK of-Anotta, 11, (laughter of Mr
songer train. Tho cnglno and threo and rs. hiiillloCafarolll, rancher
coaches passed over tho obstruction I near hsro, returned a verdict of
safely; Had tho chain been around loeatw resuiuni; acciiieniawy rrom n
O. K. M. ATTKNTIO.V
the oauida rail, tho train, tilled with; bullet from a gun In tho hands of ?h0'Vurpo"attondlng3tbo
women and children bound for a pic- Klc Cufurolll, 12, her brother. nf Mister Jonnlo Alford Kasti
Ball Games, Open Air Dancing, Free
Vaudeville, Merry-Go-Round, Boxing
Mstchss, Water Sports, Athletic Con
SATURDAY, THE THIRD
LOGGERS' and MINERS' DAY
Log-Sawing, Old Timers' Parade
Contest, Roulette, Faro, Chuck-a-
MINERS' ROW WILL BE A
1(T ; basebALl'eACH DAY
SUNDAY, THE FOURTH
Largely Devoted to Speakers of
And Park Sport Games
MONDAY, THE FIFTH
Old Fashioned Celebration
Will deliver the 4th of July oration
at 2 p. m.
Big Historic Parade ,
, nlc on I'uddlng creek, would have I
been dashcdi Into tho creek many feet. QllNCV, July i, John McKee of
i below. Tho Iio)h confessed that tho Murtial Lumber Corporation I In
their deslro to wreck tho tralu waa Hprfng .Garden, making preparation
Inspired from movie tllin. 'fur tin 'establishment of a sawmill
Tlioro will be a special (limiting of
Aloha Chapter No. CI O. K. H Krl-
, m. for
member am requested to attend.
1 KKFIH 8. C1IA8TAIN, VJf. M.
All tho stores belonging to vtho
IlllulltAUII aVTdft ft najAlallMb ai I ft S. a.
I , ,.... - .. . .(IIHftlUBH MVU B UDaUVIUIlUU Will UV
aim uuiiKuiMifH mr wio ompioyes 01 closed oil day Monday, July 5tb,
O.SWAL1), July 1. .Marlon flray. 'n now 'lumber mill hi company In- 1-3 W. C. Van Union, rkic'y.
183,000 Red Cedar Shingles
inii WW !
We will sell these shingles at $1.00 per thousand below the
retail market. This is an opportunity to get the best shingles
made at a price that is a real bargain.
fireworks 'display will out-class all previous events, which is sure
Sawmill Engineering & Construction Co.
4 Oak and Spring Sts., near S. P. D-pot
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