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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGTST 14, 1902.
trip to the south end of the county family here. Let the town council the Juggler; Mlle Zora, the win
and into California.
see that we have gixx) streets and j walker; the Carlons, in an acrobatic
<-'. F. Tu|l arrived from Medford
II. V. Gates of Hillsboro, Or., ar our city will brighten up somewhat. I sketch; Professor Donar. a card and
rived here Sunday to inspect the new
Dr. Domorest has gone to Dallas, coin manipulator; the Middleton
W. B. Simpson of Naylox was in telephone line built from Ashland to He returns September I, to complete ¡marionette, in new business; the
• own Tuesday.
his work at this place.
Pfell trio of Tyrolean warblers;
extended to Bonanza.
S. B. Low of Lost river was at the |
Miss Gladys Nelson is visiting Streets of Cairo, with native Arabs,
On Sunday Judge and Mrs. Geo. T.
Baldwin went to Merrill where the friends in Bonanza. We are glad to camels and donkeys; a troupe of mar-
John Hogelstein of Naylox was in | Judge performed Ills initial marriage : sec her so much improved in health. ineluke Arabian acrobats, whirling
ceremony, lieing the wedding of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Medford Dervishes, gun spinners, headed by
have erected a photograph gallery Hedji-el-CharifT, who was brought to
J. P. Hazen of P«s- Valley was in Adams and Miss Cardwell.
On Tuesday Maj. Worden closed a near the Morine Hotel and are pre this country by Barnum; Hindoo
John Friese was in from his Long deal for the purchase of W. A. Mor pared to do your work. Give them fakiers, Russian fire-eaters and sword
rison’s ranch of 180 acres on Anna
Lake ranch Tuesday,
1 swallowers, a Mexican village, with
creek. Maj. Worden already owned a tfial.-
Mrs. Cljas. Walker, daughter of I seven lady singers and dancers, with
< >. Short was in from his Spring an adjoining quarter section.
Lake ra/icli Monday.
Miss Allee Applegate has accepted Frank Swingle, who has been serious an incidental imitation bullfight; a
L. B. Applegate of Swan lake was the position of teacher at the Plevna ly ill, is a little better.at this time, menagerie of 50 animals, Katool’s
a visitor here Tuesday.
district school about four miles out but her life is yet hanging on a bal j traiped leopards, two sensational acts
on the Ashland road near Steam's ance.
' in a lion’s cage, a performing ele
F. A. Gregory of Yreka was an ar ranch. She will ride and go irotn
Rev. Summerville returned to Bo phant and a bear that has mastered
rival at the Falls Saturday-
home during the entire term.
nanza last Tuesday -from Klamath the alluring intricacies of the hooch-
R. M. C. Brown of Round Lake
Capt. Applegate was down from Fails to meet Miss Rose . Fielder of | ie-coochie.
was a Fails visitor Saturday.
Klamath Agency Saturday Io meet
Mtc Cleland Is reported convalesc Congressman Tongue and accompany Medfotd who wilbaccompany him to
My boy wiien four years old was
ing from a severe spell of'illness.
him to t’tafer lake. The latter. how Aahland. Miss Fielder is making taken with colic and cramps in his
did not ■ nine here, instead tak tier first trip through this part of the
County Commissioner N. S. Mer
1 sent for the doctor and
In company with Rev. he Injected morphine, but the child
rill ot Merril' was in town on busi ing the route via Pelican Bay.
Miss Elva Galloway who was a Summerville, she made a tour of the kept getting worse.
1 then gave
teacher in t he Klamath Falls school Reservation the latter part of July ! him half a teaspixmful of Chamber
Attorney C. C. Brower expects to
last winter, and since taught at Round
lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
II obo .
soon make a trip to Prineville on Lake, started to-day for Douglas on their Wav to Lakeview.
Remedy, and in half an hour he was
City. Alaska, where she has awaiting
A Necessary Precaution.
sleeping and soon recovered.—F. L.
W ilkens , Shell Laki, Wis.
C. H. Dutro. of the Abhland-Klam- her a position In the school at that
Don't neglect a cold. It is worse Wilkins is book-keeper for the Shell
alii Fails stage line, left for Ashland place.
For sale by Chlt-
the lirst ol tiie week.
It is dangerous. I Lake Lumber Co.
Rev. Shields, newly chosen Presby than unpleasant.
1 wood & Co.
Geis-Owen and W. W. Erb of Ash terian pastor, did not return to By using One Minute Cough -Cure
land were here Iasi Friday to prove Klamath Falls as was expected last you can i»urt> it at once.
Get a free sample of Chamberlain’s
week. He was unexpectedly detain
up on ,t lull er claims.
ed hi Situ Francisco, but will probab flammation, dear* the head, sisithes ! Stomach and Liver Tablets at Chit-
Mrs. Alex Martin Jr. gave an en ly tie here in t ime to preach
and strengthens the mucus mem wixxi & Co’s drug store.
i easier to take and more pleasant in
joyable tea party to a number of lady Sunday.
brane. Cures Roughs, croup, throat effect than pills. Then their use is
iriends last Thursday.
Absolutely safe. not followed by constipation as is
C. P. Dorian of Portland, who is a and lung troubles.
A. Kinney and wife of Lost river j traveling representative of the Mu- Acts immediately.
Children like it. ' often the case with pills.
started Saturday on a hunting trip; tual Life Ins. Co. of New York, ar-
j size 25c. per box.
TO ny 'Friends.
io Lake of the Woods.
rived I ere last week on his return
A full line of groceries-
Judge H. L. Benson and family re i from a trip to Lakeview, where he
It is with joy 1 tell you what Ko- I medicines of all kinds—enough to
turned Tuesday iroiu their month's was very successful in his business,
dol did foe me.
1 was troubled with kill you if sick, make you sick if not,
lie is here to remain several days.
outing at Spring creek.
my stomach for ^several months. continually on hand at the Excelsior.
KLAriATH AGENCY ITEMS.
C. A. Bunting, one of the promt-|
Upon being advised to use Kodol. I Dairy. Or.’
bent stis kiiieii ol Sprague liver, was
Capt. Applegate and W. W. Nick did so, and w,ords cannot tell the
It Needs a Tonic.
a Falls visitor yesterday.
good it lias, done me.
Mm. W. D. Weeks, Mrs. R. Hutch elson returned Sunday from a busi
There are times when your liver
had dyspepsia so that he had tried
ison uhd Mis. W. L. Churchill of Bly ness trip to Klamath Falls.
needs a tonic.
Don’t give purga
were, at the Falls "i uesdav.
R, C. Spink of Yainax. with his most everythjng. 1 told him to use tives that gripe and weaken.
Jas, Riley of Ashland arrived here wife and little daughter, stayed lieie
Witt’s Little Early Risers expel all
this week to accept employment in I Monday night on his way to the come to me from him because I re poison from the system and act as
tue store ol Yeo, .»tiller A Co.
W. Scott, 531
Indian reservation commended It.—Geo. W. Fry. Viola, tonic to the liver.
W. F. Arant, lately appointed where he has been appointed to a
••1 have carried DeWitt's Little
superintendent ol i rater Lase na-
position its clerk. Mr. Spink leaves
Early Risers with me for several
uouuT park, departid Sunday morn-
his store at Yainax in charge of and normal activity of the digestive years and would not be without
nigior the park.
Kodol. the great recon them.” Small and easy to take.
Frank L. Applegate.
.*». L. McNaughton, former pro-
structive tonic, cures al) stomach and Purely vegetable. They never gripe
A party who went to Crater Lake
pi ictor of the Ager-Lakeview stage
or distn ss.
bowel troubles, indigestion, dyspep
une. stqpped al Hus place the fore on Tuesday consists of Capt. Apple
sia. Kislol digests any good food
|ull ot the week.
gate and family, Superintendent W.
you eat. Take a dose after meals.
.1. L. Yaden, proprietor of the F. Arant and wife. Geo. Butler and
Klamath Falls-Lakeview stage line, wife. Miss Emily Staiger, Geo. W.
PORTLAND EuKS’ CARNIVAL.
icllirued yesieinay from a trip to the
Loosley. .1. R. Elliott and Winfield
The Portland E1ÜS* ("arrival in the
Ifogde river valley.
They will meet distin metropolis of the Wrtliirn j-ttie, Septeui;
Makes daily trips each way by Bai
I.VO. II. Ayers, Frank B. Evans
ren. Soda Springs, Shake, l’okegt
.uni A. ►. Tonningsoii of Lakeview guished parties from Salem and Port ber 1 to 13. will ’ W» a rtftwpendous
ma, (Logging Camp.) Keno, I
arrived here Thursday from Ashland land while there and will likely be stieet exposition v
accompanied back to the Agency by larger than any’ 'ftfne’r city In .the
on then way home.
C. R. DeLap arrived home Tuesday
West has ever seen. It is easier to It is the direct line from Ashlait
Irvin Ashland where lie was called by Thursday or Friday.
and all Northwest Oregon to Klan
say what cannot be seen within its
I lie illuess ol Ills Chilli, lie left the
L eathkk S tix kinu .
ath Falls, Merrill, Bonanza. B
tittle one much improved.
and Lakeview, and also Indit
lx1 seen. The great feature will be
Agency and Ft. Klamath.
Henry Stout and family of Lost
river passed through town Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer Fuller have agerie Company, which comes fresh Leave Klamath Falls daily at
on their way to the Lake ot the
gone to Lakeview to visit friends.
a. m. and arrives by 7 p. m., a
W ikh I s to enjoy an outing.
from New York at one jump.
makes the trip to and from Ai
R. W. Beach closed his schi ol in
land in 14 hours.
pis- valley Iasi Friday.
He started Rogue River Valley this week with best things seen lit the Pan-American
.»lorfdav tor California where he will a load of fruit and vegetables to feed Fair at Buffalo. Some ten shows are
Good Stock and Equi;
enter t’lie state university at Berkley. the hungry of our town. Come every given under tents, and every one of
V\. E. Worden, formerly principal week Jim.
them is worth seeing.
In the Ger
of the Klamatli Falls schools, is ex-1
Rev. Ketcheson has a new single man village a continuous vaudeville
iiecled to arrive here Horn Delta,
performance will be given, 30 artists
i mm, the lirst ol Hie week to lis tile. harness and a call for sale.
appearing. These Include the Sigu- W. M. COCKERELU ‘
C. L DITRI
Messrs. Armstrong and Applegate
mehto troupe of Japanese head and
of the Diene Land and Livestock Co. of shade trees around his building,
reltii ued yesterday tioui a live days which should I k - imitated by every fix’ll balancersand acrobats, Halder,
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