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KLAMATH FALLS. KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 26, 1908.
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YONNA IT EMM.
('RgM ENT NEW*.
W II. I’ankey «in busy
Mr and Mrs. Quinn Anderson, of
Miss I ait th- Allen la staying at
Mr Hedrick raised 400 sacks of
Mr (Jentry. accompanied by Ira lust Week
A new floor has been laid In the
Bly, stopped over night at Mr. Vier salable potatoes on his dry land Long Prairie school house by George
Oluna with her father. Ed. Allen, who Engle, passed through Keno last
II. G. Bussey Is building u wood
ra's ranch Saturday night on their farm How's that*
Tuesday on their way to Dorris, re shell
Is giudliig the mad therv.
Hewitt lie put on boards for a new
way to tbe Falls for tbelr winter sup
.Mr Glacomlni has moved his house blackboard also.
l ari Robluy, Jr., was visiting his turning to Klamath Falla Wednes-
Orb Campbell was up from Klam
plies.» While at Vierra's they took about three-quarters ot a mile south
grandmother, Mrs. Booth, last Sun -lui
Miss Myrtle Pennington la expected
uth Falls Thursday.
part In an Informal party. Music to get out of the sand
Ed Woods made a business cull
In from Washington to teach at the
D W Murphy, prijject engineer,
was furnished by Messrs. Jerry Pear
Wm. Ball and family left tbe 19th Long Prairie school
Services were held lu the L-iliv ou Mr. Tower lust week
was lip looking over the work at
son. Harrison Gray and Harris, All for their horn«- In’Callfornla.
It A. Johnson, of Pasadena, wus Clear Luke dum lust week
Fine school house lust Huuday by
Mr. Hightower, of the saw mill
present en Joyed the Evening very
llt-v Anderson Therv wus a good In Keno lust week
R. C. Anderson has a large pile Of company, has been III for a few days.
David Campbell, Hr., Mrs.
utt i'ii tluiiev.
Wat Aldrvd has been very lame Campboll anil David ('ampbell,
wood up as though be exp«-« ted a
George Anne, a homesteader In
Wm Wright has lately been get-: hard winter.
Mrs. llvldlu and son James tmvv aa a result of being kicked by a returued from the Falla Saturday.
this county, died at his father's home
ting In his winter’s supply of wood,
» Of In Bend. Saturday, Nov. 14. He was
Mrs. G. C. Slate is
moved buck to her lioiuvatead.
G. W. Copeland returned from
from Mr. Harris of North Yonna her parents Mr. and
An- suffering from cancer and consump
Henry Straw,accompanied by Clmr- Klamath Falls Saturday where he
Gian Hlevman left for H«>atllv Tues
Everyone In this j-art of tbe country derson. for a few days' Visit.
day. He expects to remain for the Ils MvMsyner.wlll leave about Christ- pur«hiia«'d ills winter supplied.
tion Details of the funeral arrange
Over one liundre«) boys and girls seems to be looking for a severe win
Mr. and Mrs. E C. Albin and Mr ments were not learned
winter visiting friends ami relatives mas for the Hawaiian Islands with
Thu snow Monday Is u kood fore In hlsnuilli < «-nitty are using tlo-w
ter, and are preparing for It.
Jack Anderson arrived here Wadaaa-
Mt mid Mrs. Mike llaluruvau l-avu noms horses.
Charley Anderson and family have
runner of storms to com«-
l-unks. laying a-uhg sometliing for a
Harrison Gray, accotnpanled by I <jay after a long trip overland from moved to their homestead to stay.
Mr. Edwards came down from the
recently move«| to the lleiily place
Douglas Bussey went to Bonanza . "rainy <l»y." I» your boy or girl
Miss Robinson of Yonna made a trip'chlco. California,
Faye West was abseut from »cl ool Falls on the 19th ou hla way to his I ue-ilay with a load of flue lurk- >s
Will Taylor Is on his homestead.
u»mng tle-ui? If not he ought to I m ». to Dairy Sunday.
home at Beswlck.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Anderson went Having leased his brother's ranch, he
He <uii have one
nd a dollar for a
Mr. Vierra Is still making improve to Klamath Falls Wednesday to be will run both.
I'l-iiv Combs began plowlug last
Mesara. It. A. Dayton of Klamath
AI-'X Stewart has lately finished an starter. The Republican will place to
ments on his ranch. He Is now er doctored by the specialists.
Falla. T. B. Wright of Portland. 8 addition to bis house.
W. H Howard and family are en
Ills < r«slit In (lie i'irst Trust arid Hav ectIng a large chicken house.
There is going to be a small pro joying a new phonograph.
I. W«-al Is helping Mr IU<am» log lut Vaston ot Han Francisco and J
II. G. Bussey and sun are building ings Bank of this cily on«- dollar and
The agent for Watkln's medicines gram and a Thanksgiving dinner giv
Parker were Keno visitors thia w«ek a wood shed to protect tbelr wood
Mrs. J. L. Howard Is plowing for
lie can have one of these banks in was In Yonna this week. We believe en at the Gale school house by the Herb. Cook on Six Bit Prairie.
John Witt was transacting busl- from the expects«! "bard winter."
E 8 Phillips Is erecting a new
will-li to save Ills nickels and dina s, he did quite well In the number of Sunday- school
tiens In Keno tbe 19th
house on bls ranch
Charles Graves has been to Klam
E. It C Williams built a much
Mr Hlurmun went to Teters Land- needed shed for hla horse, at tb«- if you will |aiy one year in advan««- sales made In this valley.
Neva W hitch latch was absent from ath Falls to take tbe election returns
Herbert Phillips mid family have
for lhe It-i-ubli-an.
Then- is no
Mr. BII m the school clerk of Dlst. school Friday on account of sick- to the county seat.
recently moved to (ho E H Phillips Ing last week to do some work with school house last Wednesday.
st hi-mr aitoni Illis. It is a liona tl-l« 13 will begin next week to take the ness.
bin teams on the road.
The superintendent, J. G. Swan,
Mr und Mrs. Clarence Walker »I»-
Mr and Mrs. Dy ar made a trip to l(e<| the born« of Mr Walker's father ■ iflcr. You get tlx- «I-llar, the bank school census for the coming year.
The Government has bought an ac visited the school In Dist. 19. which
Miss Hmah E Griffith, teacher of
nn«l I lie R«-pul>ll< an for on«- year on
O Hoppe, who lives In tbe upper re ot ground of T. Offield where they was very disconcerting to the pupils.
the lain-- Pine sch«ail, was unite«! In | Klamath Falla Inst week
live payment of «2.
part of Yonna Valley, la expecting are building an office and barn for We never had a superintendent In our
Mr. Pitts of Hornbrook stopped
marring« to Charlie W Lewis, Bat ur
D A McComb und C N. Snow are
his father from Germany to spend the the ditch tender.
«lay. Nov. 21. at 2 o'cltrek p. in at ut Keno Bunday night
schools before, but we can get used
breaking brush ou the latter'«« home
winter with him.
Mr and Mrs Chas Flack us passed stead.
Dan Caldwell has moved to his to It.
the residence of the bride's uncle,
C. W. Sherman, of Dairy attended new residence on tbe banks of Lost
Their many through Keno on tbelr way froui
Rev. J B. Griffith.
Will Fordham, teacher at Master's
W«- have recently organized n lit
the road meeting al Bonanza last River.
school, visited Mrs. Strott's school
friends extend their hearty cungratu- Ashland to Dairy.
erary society ot the students of the
Mr. and Mrs Elvy and family ar Tuesday the 17th.
Jim Ivory was accidently uhot school.
Mr. Childers and B. S. Grigsby, of rived here from England last week.
Mrs. M II lleebe and daughter through his foot Inst week.
The library books for our schools
Th«- llttl«- people ur«- weaving knot
Klamath Falls, were in Yonna look
Tbe electric lights ot our little were brought up by the superintend
Chas Mescnuvr und Mark I. Fin ted bags, and --ven the sixth and sev» i
Gussie, were In Klamath Fall. Bal
ing over Godfrey- Beck's ranch, which town Merrill looked very beautiful ent.
ney were passengers Io Dorris on enth grades are much Interested In
Mr. Grigsby lias lately purchased.
Wednesday, the first night.
Miss Scott, teacher at Crescent, Is
Harry B«a>th Is claiming to be one Friday's stage
W. Forbes of Bonanza is doing
Frank Adams was In Keno Friday
of our beat hunters, for he killed four
splendid service. Her work
Gladys Pool, being on the sick list,!
some carpenter work for Mrs. A. prise party at R. H. Anderson’s, were is very satisfactory.
hiring men to cut wood for him
teen gees«- at two shuts recently
was f--rc--«l to miss three days of
Flack us of this valley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hobbs, Mr. and
Prof Swan wus In Kono Thursday school last week.
Nick Monson was In the Falls last
Mr and Mrs. Strotts called on J.L.
Godfrey Beck is butchering fifteen Mrs. Robert Anderson, Jack Ander Howard and wife last Sunday.,
night and visited the Bonita school
D. A. McComb says ho is rather '
hogs this week, and some of his son, Mrs. Emma Albin, Dannie An
A Gifford and family, who have the following day
anxious to get hla wood cut and set- ’
neighbors are helping him.
derson, Miss Blanche Robison and
been hiring on Clyd«- Bradley's place.
Ixtuls Connoly pawd through tie down tor the hard winter he Is
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Messrs. Jesse Drew and Will Logue Miss Clara Anderson.
Intend to leave December 1 for Cali Keno with some passengers from Dor looking for
have been plowing for Mrs. N. S.
ris last Saturday.
Holl«- Swingle has b«-en earning hla
Fred Melhase et ux and Gus Mei
Drew and will continue as long as from a severe attack ot typhoid fev
John txivelady was In Keno last bread and butler by killing ge«-se;
Hum Combs rvturn«-d lost Friday
to Emma L. Cox,
ne>4 of swt4 and lot 3. sec. 7, tp. 37
Walter Welch, who has been visit
Mrs Glenn McCormick, of Merrill,
John Koontz was In Klamnth Falls
Charles Walker returned last Week ♦
FINE GRIM I. NEWS.
ing In California this summer, has at the home of Miss Callahan at Gale r. 9 e, and lot 3, sec. 12, tp. 37, r 8
accompanied by her mother. Mrs Van from Ashland, where he has been
Haturday after a load of lumber
cohie to Yonna for the winter.
Saturday. On account of the bad e, 162 acres, 81625.00.
Clay Ratliff In over from Aahlan«! Meter of Bedfleld. visited nt the Mc getting fruit.
W. H. Webb et ux to Ray Ander
weather there were but few present.
Roy Holt took a load of grain to Cormick home last week
£. II Sedge came from Dairy to I
son, lot 8, blk 82, Klamath addition
Dan Doten and Bam Padgett made his boniest--ad Thtirsdaj. lie will re-1 dug a well Saturday on tbe public made a trip to Sprague River to col-1
the Falls Thursday and brought back
to Klamath Falls, $900.00.
highway near Mr. Elliott's ranch,
lect some money, as he has sold a THIRTY DOLLARS
n load of lumber for Archie Coleon's u business trip to Cnlor Saturday
main for a limited time only.
Lillie E. DeHay to F. K. Moxley,
Charley Bradley «•arted for Eagle tombstone to Henry Jackson there,
Jim llayae and wife ot Pokegnma
C. N Snow h as purchased about « I Point this week
1, 2, 3. 4, a, 6, 7, 9 and 10, blk.
Mrs Mary Colson Is visiting her | ! stopped In Keno Saturday night on of 100 young fruit Ire1» which be
Mr. Elliott and family were out son
Reclamation Service Announces Cost 2 9, East Klamath Falls, $200.00.
their way to Klamath Falls to visit expects to $»<•! out this winter.
sister Mrs Ida Greeley.
Klamath Falls Land A Transporta
to their ranch Sunday. Mr. Elliott
Jesse Drew, who has recently taken
for First Unit of Prljeet.
James Enmmi began building ditch with their daughters, Mrs. Goldy
E C Lyon Is helping build the| thinks his ground is ready to plow. up a homestead near hl* mother’s
tion Co. to Jas. P. Mehlwood, lot 12,
Lute and Opal and Margie Hays-
house of Mr. Hutts, a new homestead-1 A hunting party composed of Harry
ranch, has been living there and will Service has received a telegram from blk 10, lots 1, 2, 4. and a, blk 11,
Goo. Chase nn«l Lou Connoly were er In this part of th«- valley.
Th«- Lone Pine school let out No»
erect a new barn.
In Keno Sunday.
the Secretary of the Interior at lot 4, blk 15, Buena Vista addition
Mr. Wilde of the Bonney place, I ner ret urned from Langell Valley
to Klamath Falls, $10.00.
Washington giving the cost of water
Joe D«<wan la hauling hay
who Is now stating on his homestead, | -------
J. F. Croft et ux to Ralph E. Wyn-
but now of Pokegnma. are visiting was In attcndunc«- at church
rights under the first unit of the
the Bunn-Il ranch.
Mrs. Burrell Snort Is preparing is very sorry he will have to again Klamath Reclamation Project. This copp et al, sei« of nw>4, sec. 16, tp.
Mrs Grover Slate vlaltiHl the school with Mr Fox’s mother In l-laho Mrs bath school.
j for a trip to the East. She will be stop school for about a week to ride cost will be $30 per acre payable in 38 s, r 11 e, 40 acres, $1.00.
Fox will continue her Journey to
W. II. Pankey went to Klamath
E. R. Rearnes et ux to Klamath
ten annual installments with an an
Dr Merryman wan down In this Michigan whore she will spend the Falls Thursday to meet his wife and accompanied by her daughter Dor- for cattle.
Light and Water Co., 40x50 ft.
nual maintenance fee of seventv-five
remainder of the winter with her daughter. Agnes, who have been vls-
country hunting Inst Tu«-ndny.
on Conger avenue, with reversion to
¡In Nebraska and then go to Canada Vierra and L. Harris, spent last Tues cents per acre.
father, Mr Balls.
Ring at Ashland
to visit relatives there.
day butchering hogs.
Vndoubtedly the first payment on grantor, $1.00.
Sam Pool, T. R. Austin and S T.
Mr. Irwin Is getting ready for Un-1
F2OO (Hl REWARD.
Chas Llnzie to Jas. Ingraham, lot
Willie Jonas of Dairy has been vis I the w ater rights will become due at
Brown of Pokogama wore business cle Sam to furulsh water to Irrigate | Leo Thompson started to school
9, blk. 14, First addition to Klamath
his land, as ho has had several men
There are now more pupils enroll- Fred Beck of this valley.
I will pay $200 00 for any Informa
son for 1909, the date for which is to Falls. $350.00.
Mr. John went to the Falls Friday employed clearing sagebrush off his
Jas. Gruber et ux to Crisler &
ed than have attended school in Pine
W. I. Simpson lately from Bandon, be set by the Secretary of the Inter
tlon that will lead to the conviction on the steamer Canby, returning to
Grove since Miss Stella Campbell Oregon has been visiting with D. Y. ior. This payment will probably not Stilts. 45x105 feet in blk. 15. Klam
of the party or parties who stole (hr hla home Tuesday accompanied by place
R C. Cowley kille«! hogs last Fri taught In 1904. The number of pu-
following entile from my pasture on Conrad Madison and Harry Pearson.
Gray and family.
become delinquent until the begin ath Falls. $3825.00.
H. C. McCort et ux to H. F. Shep
the night of Friday. November 6th Mr. Madison returned to the Falls day. «yid has altive bees supplying pits is greater than the number of
Joe Welch the blacksmith is get ning of the 1910 season, so that the
the neighbors with fresh meat
seats. The directors have been tardy ting about all the work he can do. ‘ farmers will be given a chance to herd, se%, sec. 32, tp. 37 s, r 14 e,
1 Red polled Steer branded Y on the same evening with Sam Padgett
The mall comes In every day ex
Many of the Yonna Valley boys realize on their first year's crop be 160 acres, $400.00.
Sam Deal of Dorris arrived In cept Sunday from Bonanza, and twice In providing more seats making It
Pierce Evans et ux to May Mongold
inconvenient for both teachers and have been goose hunting lately but fore they are compelled to make the
1 lied Cow branded RX on left Keno Thursday on a visit to hla rela
a week. Wednesdays and Sundays, pupils.
1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, blk 67, South
from Vistula Mr Bussey in carrier
Mr. Cunningham visited our school only one having the honor of getting
Any Informal Ion will be considered
The first unit consists of 31,153 Midland. $20.00.
Clay Conn Is over from Merrill to for Vlstllls
Robert Casey et ux to W. M. Elli
acres and embodies what is known
It lias been reported that an elk
Shake hands. Plevna. There seems
REX K HORD,
Chris Pearson went to Bonanza .as the Klamath Basin between Klam- ott, lots 2 and 3, blk. 95, Klamath ad
hus been discovered In the blue moun to be a strong bond between us, for
on a business trip last Wednesday. I ath Falls and Merrill and along the dition to Klamath Falls, $825.00.
Mrs. Wills, formerly Mrs J. c. tains back of McKIndey's. Mr Ger we have no well, either, but get wa
Chas. E. Worden et ux to Fred
Wm Flackus will build a shed this south and east branch canals.
Sigler, Is In the city from her home ber has been appointed to look up the ter in much the same way as you do. fall to shelter his cattle and horses.
Gus Melhase. lots 9 and 10 and
Court Reporter It M Richardson at Vancouver, Wash., on business matter u<id ascertain whether or not
nw,4 of set«, sec. 19, tp. 38 s, r 9 e.
Gaddis & Dixon, of Medford, have
Mr. Crane, who is working on the
ret urned thia week front Lakvvh-w. connected with the settlement of the the report Is true.
Ringbone horses cured or no pay. also, parcels of lands described by
an agent here taking orders for Page road for W. Uhrman, the road super
where Ije took the testimony ut the
Rev. Edwards the M. E. minister, wire fence, to be delivered in the
metes and bounds, same sec. tp., and
Coroner's Inquest over the killing of
will hold services In the school house spring They also agreed to stretch
Klamath Falls, Ore. range. $5205.00.
B«n-k this week.
Toys, Holiday Good. KKK Store. 16
morning ami evening of each month, th«- wire for purchasers.
L. A Sterzl went to Klamath Falls
while Rev. Nortrldge, of the Baptist
Mr Burnett visited his place last Tuesday to deliver some turkeys to
church, preaches morning and even Sunday.
C. D. Willson for Thanksgiving.
in of the fourth Sunday.
Mr. Elliott took a load of hay to
Scott David, who has taken charge
Th«* scholars organized a students' th«- Fulls Wednesday.
i of what was formerly the Horton
body Friday evening, electing Lester
Jack Horton came to Mr. Elliott's ranch, has be«-n plowing with Marion
Boggs president, and Ferd Williams place Tuesday to see about putting
Bennett's engine and five men, and,
secretary. A committee was appolnt- his stock In the pasture.
they expect to clear about 1000 acres
c<! to frame II constitution and by-
Herbert Arant Is visitlug at Mr. of land.
Joe Coburn and daughter, Miss Ef-'
Mrs II. C. Cowley returned home
Louie Dixon says it Is not halt as fie Coburn, went to Bonanza Sun
Sunday from Olene where she has much fun digging potatoes out of a day. Mtss Effie will visit In Bonanza5
been taking care of her father who snowbank as some may think.
for a week or two.
hits been Bick with pneumonia. He
Frank Irish and Roy Kinsman
Wm. Flackus and JesBt- Drew are
Is Improving now anil expects to come came down Tuesday from their home going to grade np the tane and put
up to Langell Valley In a few days. steads. Mr. Kinsman has Just built In a bridge between Flackus' and'
be a "wise one" ami watch my stock, as it comes in.
Ed. Duncan and Pearl Weeden, a cabin and dug a well on hls*home-
who wet«- married In Klamath Falls stead but so far they have no cook,
1 lave me lay asitle these little things that make nice
Miss Nettle Drew, who has been
last Wednesday, have taken up their and leap year is almost gone.
.In the public school at the
resident-«- In our neighborhood. Mr.
Mr. Hibberts is getting the tim- Falls, was taken sick and brought to-
Duncan Is a popular young stock- born for n new barn which he expects
Mv stock will be more complete than ever be-
her home In Yonna Valley. Her
man of Langell Valley and highly re to build soon.
many friends are pleased to learn
fore, anti there will be plenty for all, yet, "tbe early
Mr. Harris has most of his land that she is much better from last re
very popular young lady with a boat cleared. He burned off the sage
ports from her home.
bird will get the cream," so it behooves yon to profit
of friends who rejoice with the happy brush without mushing It.
C. E. Drew's smoke-house burned
young couple ami extend to them a
by doing yottr shopping early.
John Shepard hauled a load of hay Tuesday afternoon
The meat that
to Klamnth Falls Thursday
was being smoked was burned but
'I'he usual remark: "It's such a job to buy Christ-
Isaac Shepard moved from his old that which was in the barrels was
A lively time was had at the Lit home on the Arant place to the Cahn saved.
mas Gifts." Let us do the bothering. Let us suggest
erary society In Padgett's hall inät place where he expects to stay this
Mike Dooher and Luke Walker,
and give us the pleasure of showing you everything
winter and take care of Mr Cahn's who have been surveying for the
A bouncing new boy came to Dave stock.
county in the upper part of Yonna
nice for this great event.
John Darrock slopped coming to Valley, made a visit to Klamath Falls
Ford's last Sunday morning
Mrs. Kerns left Sunday morning school Friday. He thought the work last week
for her home at Chico, Cui., after a was too hard tor him
"Everybody boost for a uew school
visit with her son Ben near Keno.
Eugene Spencer was tn the city
Mr. Creasy took a load of passen house."
thia week from his place near Spen-
Mrs Miller left Thursday for Ash cer creek
gers to Ashland Tuesday.
Mr. Sorrels says he has sold nil of land to visit her daughter who Is
FOR SALE—A fine ranch of 600
quite sick In the hospital at that
acres, 250 head of cattle, 100 head
It. W. Towers is golng to get 1000 place.
Huwklns brothers have gone into of horses and mules. Price $25,000.
cords ot wood cut thia winter. This
MASON < 8LOUOH.
the thoroughbred hog business.
word is for Frank Adams.
Although It Is
a Little Early
for “Quality Jewelry“