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nions. one ot the operator» at the tel
Mastou went to Callform
Miss Matiii« Jone» I» In the city
C K. Drew and wife, of Dairy, are
C J Swingle was in the city thin
In tor the Carnival.
week from Lorella.
C. K Wright la leg I »(vied at the
J tux Pelton, of Fort Klamath. waa
American Hotel from Ynlnnx
thee Ity Monday.
K. K Fitch, Merrill's real estate
Wr mean ar« you coming to th« Street Carnival during the week of
Miss Itelsle Zevely, of Merrill. wan man. was In the city Wednesday.
Oct. 12th. We hope you will. We are going to have a big time. And
tn thee Ity this week
U. G Blake and wife and Miss
when you are here we would be glad to meet you personally in our »tore,
F. J. Bowne Is down from 'lonnnra Blake are In the city from Bonanza
to «how you our modem, up-to-date Block of Drugs. Medicines ami every
to attend the Carnival.
thing found in modern drug stores. We hope you will come and see for
Among Fort Klamath people* In
Joo Sugarman returned Thursday the city are Bertha Jackson, O W
yourself the largeat and best drug store in Klamath County.
night from a trip to Portland
Engle. J. Berry, Mrs. W Sutton. Ad
Don Holgate Is up from the ranch dle Hoyt and Walter 1» Kingdom
al Merrill taking in the Carnival
Job Tosler and John Murphy, plo-
Mr. and Mrs. D. M Griffith were i eer residents e: Ashland, are In the
In the city from Odessa Saturdai
city on a visit to It. A. Alford and
I. W. Broadsword, the Bonanza incidentally to take In th» Carnival.
“They have it.
merchant, was In the city this week
Miss Willard was called Monday to
A marriage license was issursl oil go to the Agency to nuiae Hiawatha
| Tuesday to Richard Front and Grace Wilson, son of Superintendent and
Mrs. II. G. Wilson, who la reported
Ktt* 4* ’i’ •!’ '1’ »1» ’1’ ’1’ *1’ '(• '1' 'i' ’i1 '1' 'i' 'i' 'i' '4’ • t • ‘i’ 't' •(» ’h '1' X Sorrels
4 GIRL WANTED for general house very Miss sick. Katherine Skinner,
4 keeping Apply al Heitkemper'* a compositor for the llernld tornierly
f Jewelry Store.
with the Bonanza Bulletin. Is In the
and J F Bloomingcamp were
4 In Win
city visiting her parents and attend
the city this week from their ranch
Heating Stoves. Household Utensils, Guns
ing the Carnival.
4 near Ager. Calif
and Ammunition, Cutlery—in fact every-
4 MONEY TO LOAN on City Prop » The following Bonanza people ar-
rived hero on Tueslay to atteud the
thing in Good Hardware—No shoddy or
4 erty, Ranch or Timber land. HALL- | Carnival:
Alex McDonald and wife.
* SHEPHERD CO.
I SOU Miss Erma Hoagland, Fred Becholdt,
i J. W. Alexander, of the Weyer- I \ White and F. J Bon nr
Agents celebrated Ellwood Fences—
hauser Company, was In the city from I The body of Alex Scott, which was
and everything the faimer needs.
4 Portland this week.
bi ned Sunday, was disinterred next
4 Small tracts of well located tule ■ morning and will be shipped to Mich
lands offered for one week nt igan In accordance with Instructions |
$20 per acre. Abel Ady
from relatives Monday
* The Bonanza Creamery paid »1,- tf ■ .'»■elved
and family, who have
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131.20 to the farmers for cream d ill I resided ou the Weed ranch mirth of
Ing the month of September.
town during the |urst year, left ou
Ft ltl. UVIDEXT.
D. B. Campbell has something spe- | Monday for Reno. Nev. where they
ble Prescription I
cial to offer in Residence Lots In the [ Intend to make their home In the
is indicated mall I Alex Scott t cu »I hs I to llenth Ily a Hot Springs Addition.
9-17-10-17 iut ure.
Dr. S. Hemenway arrived Monday
of women. This 1
G. H Melss and daughter, Miss
Carrie* Meiss. of Montague, are In the night from Yainax on his way East
Alex Scott, a mun about .'id years
for a vacation. He met his wife here
good effects be years of age w ho has been logging for city taking in the Carnival.
who has Just returned from a Visit
ing perceptible the Long latke Lumber Company, was
J M Pinkerton arrived on Sunday o California
Mrs. Ilenienway will
from the very
from Cotter d'Alene. Idaho He was
first. It is com crushed beneath a thousand foot log
return to Yainnx.
posed <>f the pur at S o'clock a. m. Thursday and re here to make proof on a timber claim.
Alex. Martin. Jr., went to Merrill
est and most re ceived injuries from which he died
Volney Dixon and wife of Medford 'ast Sunday to take charge of the
liable drugs —
are in the city. Mr. Dixon Is here ou Merrill Bank for two weeks, during
mercurials, opi shortly after.
Mr Scott was loading logs in the business as agent for the Page Wire the absence of P. R. Merrill who
ates and other
harmful drugs »oods near the Long Lake mill and Fence.
leaves tonight for California with his
being excluded. Just as he had a mammoth log near
Will Buy Timber—I have som-- wife to spend his vacation.
The many dis
concerting influ ly on the wagon, the loading chain money to invest In timber claims, I: I Among the Merrill xlsitois .o the
ences to .which i broke and the log rolled hack down | the price is right. 1., JACOBS. Klam Carnival this »wit were: Guy Mer
woman is con- the-
S-ltt rill and wife, H. Copeland. Gussle
------- Mr. Scott attempted to ¡ ath Falls.
r^d'-r heront, of th* wav but
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Heitkemper. Sr. Belden, Mrs Kattenhorn, A. Gifford
to many func 50 suddenly that ft caught him and who have been visiting their son. and wife, S. P. Van Meter and wife,
tionai disorders rolled over his body up to the hips, left Friday morning for their horn. ind Lee Clements and wife.
that not only tend 0ne
legs was broken in three in Portland.
Sult was filed Saturday by the
to destroy her comfort and happiness. ;,]aces an(j ^is hip received two frac-
Bank Ac Trust Company
but .1 which gradually
merge into chrome I I ' 1 t'.l e UH,! fl. . XL -.1 c 1 »1 1 11 »-.<,« i ii f .imn 11,
tures and he was injured Internally. lots In the town of Merrill, which against Estella M. Hughes and also
and serious diseases.
Drs. Hamilton and Fisher were , will be used for the location of a >ne against James II. Hughes and
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription is with
out a peer for the snceessful treatment called to the scene of the accident, i power station.
Estella M. Hughes. Action to Recover
of female weakness, painful and disor ; but the unfortunate man died at 13
I.lnkvllle Camp, No USOV. R. X. <>l Money. Benson & Stone, Attorneys
dered menstruation, hysteria, cramps,
"bearing down pains." inflammation 'o'clock shortly after their arrival. A.—Meets every Second and Fourth tor Plaintiff.
and falling of the womb. This is a rem | from Internal hemorrhage ot the Wednesday of each month. Visiting
It. M. Richardson was this week
edy of sterling worth.
tf ippointed by Judge Noland Official
UNDERWOOD S PHARMACY The deceased was a member of
W II. Sunderman. a former real Court Reporter for the First Judicial
the Foresters. A niece, Mrs. G. Free
agent of this city, was here District. Heretofore Miss Vina Smil
COR. 7 th AND MAIN STS.
man. lives with her husband at Long this week on a visit from his home ing was reporter for Lake County.
I.ake and was present when he died.
Che many friends of our genial Dick
'' ' near Talent in Jackson county.
His other relatives live In Michigan.
ire glad to learn of his sueeesii.
keyers, who fractured his
The liody will be brought to this city
Webster Holmes, the Salem attor
this evening and arrangements wm leg some time ago, was out Monday ney. was in the city Monday to argue
be made for the funeral later.
the Mills estate case before Judge.N'ol-
See Ady for marsh lar ds.
New Bicycle* for Sale and Rent
tf 1' termined to take in the Carnival
and. Mr Holmes Is the attorney for
Tents for rent
the heirs ot Col. Knight, who hud a
day from the Chewaucan country, claim against the estate for attor
A WORD OF CAUTION.
All Kinds of Repairs
Owing to the fact that some un- where he has been looking after the ney's fees. The matter will probably
xcrupulous peddlers or fruit packers : lands of the Weyerhaueser Company tie taken under advisement by
both, have scattered wormy fruit
The Street Carnival has been coni- Judge, but whatever the decision
T he GUN STORE or
the country, I wish to again ' pletely put out of business by the ■ase will undoubtedly have to
Opp. American Hotel
request that all parties would at i rain and unless the weather clears u|> «•ttled In the Supreme Court.
>nce examine the same, and If found by Thursday the celebration will have
According to the Salem Statesman,
nfected with scale or worm holes, to be discontinued.
Indianlans will know that there Is
ruined lately call me up by phone,
Bruce Allen, who has been with something alive in their l*urt of the
Upper take Launch Victim of Severe hat I may secure and condemn the
Merrill Record for the past year, ' country when Congressman W. C.
fruit; also be sure to get the name Is in the city for a few days. Mr
Hawley, of Oregon, begins his cam
, of the seller of the fruit to the end Allen is not with the Record now
paign there. He Is In splendid con
Reports have reached this city to that drastic measures may be taken j
¡and he will probably return to his dition to make addresses in behalf of
the effect that the Steamer Mazama to put a stop to the outrageous bus!-'
home in Ashland.
the Republican candidates and, of
was wrecked on the Upper take dur uess.
Capt. J. M. McIntire on Tuesday course, will make a good impression
ing a heavy wind on Sunday. The
It Is impossible for me to intercept
steamer was going to Wood River all fruit peddlers as they come at all purchased two span of mules weigh irnong the people. He will spend two
with a barge for a load of sand and i times, day and night, but If the peo* ing respectively 2500 and 2600 lbs. weeks there and then go Into Iowa
as it was rounding Eagle Point It pie who are Interested In having pests They are 3-year-olds from the Mer and Wisconsin for similar labor.
Peter Pcterttteiner returned Tues
was struck by a heavy wind and cap- kept out would exercise a little care rill ranch and attracted a great deal
of attention. The captain followed
and cooperate with me. ft would soon the rule ot getting the best In the day from Chicago nnd Wednesday
I requested Judge Noland to allow him I You cannot afford to ml*, the big
There were six or seven men on be a very risky business to bring in
market and his purchase has placed to go to th<* ranch to see his formet 1
board, including J. B. C. Taylor. M. to the county anything unsalable.
Hale at the Bouton Store.
him in possession of four mules that
F. Parker and Jas. H. Wheeler. They
All wormy fruit should be rejected, have few superiors In Southern Ore I wife. Permission was refused by the I
Judge. After Mrs. Peterstelner was:
got on the barge and with poles suc unless it be for purposes of identify
¡granted her divorce this summer, Pet- .
ceeded in reaching shore. There was ing and convicting the vendor.
Smoke was discovered issuing from , »rstelner went lo the ranch un.I
a lot of freight on the steamer for
O. A. STEARNS, Inspector.
the roof of an ice house back of the threatened to cause trouble, lie was
Fort Klamath, but practically every
I Klamath Falls Bakery shortly after i ¡ordered by the Court to leave the
thing was transferred to the barge
HAVE YOU REGISTERED?
' noon Tuesday, The fire department country or go to Jail. He went away
Have you registered, Mr. Voter?
it is stated that the water is only ir you have not and do not you will was called out but the fire was put but apparently could not remain.
six feet deep at thia point and that have to catch six freeholders on el- out before they arrived, It is not '
It will not be a difficult job to get iection day, or you cannot vote. The known how the fire started, although IXM1KH I.IKE I.A< K OF
III NIXESN EXTERPRINE.
now shows her happiness
the steamer afloat. The Hornet left registration books will close Tues I It could hardly be called more than
and shines resplendent
with a crew of men Monday after day, October 20, at 5 o’clock in the la smoke. A spark must have caught
G I. Llmbarger. repr.-senting a Si
along.with our line of
i in the shingles and owing to the light I.ouls hardware firm, was In the city1
noon to attempt to raise the boat.
afternoon, and there are only a few
i rain it did not start a blaze.
Friday to receive a shipment of fifty
more days left In which to register.
Sparkling Cut Glass
REASON CLOSES OCTOBER 20. Now is the time to attend to this mat
Will G. Steel returned on Friday Home Comfort Ranges, which were
Hand Painted China
The Crater Lake tourist season ter as the County Clerk is waiting to came down last Friday from Wood sold to residents of Klarnaih uoiinty
will close on October 20. Will G. receive your name. Register now i [the weather is almost perfect at the Th» big shipment has arrived at the •It*
Steel has already taken off the laun and save yourself a lot of time and lake and is as warm as It Is here. Transportation Company's office and
ches on the lake and stored them on trouble on election day.
All are appropriate wed
appeared and the roads are In the three weeks.
ding gift» and «he will
Wizard Island. To afford protection
not m happy till she
Here are fifty ranges which should
best of condition. The tourist travel
a house has been built on the Island
DEATH OF ANDREW BROWN.
have been sold by the merchants of
out of the heavy timbers and the two
Andrew Brown died at the home
gasoline launches have been put In of hi- son at Round Lake at 9 o'clock ' few coming in each day. Accommo this county, and It looks as If there
Spc 01'I? ,,inc
side where it is believed they will be pm Friday, aged S5 years and lit dations and meals can still be had at was either a lar k of business enter
Get " ' L IK Prices
safe during the winter. The Arant months. The deceased was the father
camp has been accommodating visi ot ft M. C and William Brown, well
Dr. Bowersox and C. A. Simons, of this county or else the fartners are
tors since Mr. Steel left, but after the known residents ot th!« county, re Ashland, arrived here last Monday easy. If the price and quality are
2uth of this montIk the camp will not siding at Round Lake,
for a visit
Dr. Bowersox went to equal. It looks as If It would be to the
THZ Lt A 01 NG JIWtLIN
and may deride to lo advantage of the farmers to buy ut
be open for accommodations, arid that
The brothers «tatted Friday tor
means practically the end of all trav Josephine county with the body.where cate in this county Mr Simons Is home, so that In rase everything was
I visiting his daughter. Miss Mabie SI not satisfactory It could be remedied.
el for this year.
I interment will be made.
t ITY BH1KFN.
STAR DRUG STORE
• ai aaftt
GEO. R. HURN, the Hardware Man
- i '4' *s
American yield Fence
and KOKOMO LAWN FENCI
BARB E I)
ROBERTS & HANKS
Geo. T. Baldwin
B. J. miniers
REMOVAL SALE of
The Boston Store
A Ladies’ Fine Leather Lined Hand Bag. worth
S2.7;, will be given away during Fair Week
(Oct. 12 to 17) to the lady purchasing the
largest bill of Goods at one time, dining that
T he □ D eal
Klamath Falls' Racket Store, Opposite Court House
BERT E. WITHROW, Hecretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
E. M. BUBB,
Vice Preaident ami
Maps, Pinn«, Blue Print», Etc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The contract has been let for our new Brick, corner Main and
Rather than move our Immense $40,000 Stock we are
going to give to the people of Klamath County the greatest op
portunity to buy goods cheaper than ever before.
Sale began Thursday, Aug. 27. Ends Nov. 1st.