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Bl'NINESS AA AS GOOD.
• - lt<.use Had a Fine Holiday ♦
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A««pirai*t» for President ot the Senati*
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E. L. Coburn spent Christmas week
Ntv Ollier Honors Altai li< d
IIIOI III UK for
at his home iu Grants Pass.
Mrs Amter left Monday for Colton
Ac jrdlng to i ne stat uu
V C m * u . Call! . where she wIP spend
lea Hi ng busi nei is 111 ,'U of
a few weeks wit her daughter.
• hard times Kt (
V. Griffith killed a panther Iasi
a* » • ■ in «
1st m«i \\ i k a few miles from his home
1 le Geo'morahip of the state ot ('i
Ruth a. J Minnie Griffith were gon and adds ¿est to Hi e attcinpls of salary, us ly eit. i tlie «as«' In small re I'll
thrown from their buggy on day Jay llok.erman, 8. C. B« neb a ml 1\ HU chuii'h«'». ily tight litiiidiec! doliius
we k. the horse getting seared Kay to be'* elected presi« ling officer ot «■ome.s In promptly <-«iry y< ir
Bill pl II (
st a log Mb* Ruth was kicked quite the state ' Senate.
li«»w Is It nil.M'dT You Isic »» i this
AVI « n George E Cl:«ambot lain is afternoon. I h« re ais hardly any m«‘u
also that people made tl’.eir s -Tie severely in the chest. O her» Ise no
They are elected I nite«! Stitt* s Sc 'iituor. Sect ‘0- ' left In my «Inn i li. Regular sub;« rip
Horn s earlier in tlie season than lie re- damage was sustained.
tofoi re. There w as a greater demand now riding horseback
li y <f >...
n v III be AVI Ing (Ions have h I iiio -I ««a-.'.l
Hair) liocitli nnd Carl lloble) uro
Supt. H. H Edmonds bus gone to GoVcTuoi and also «ncupy lu-. pie. -nt Thest' deplorahl«* niomy making
for more expensive and useful arti-
reeling u new Inn n on Mr. Booth'»
des, and presents took the form of Los Angeles where lie will »«mid the position, thus tilling two offices and si hem. » I .ne di I m ' h all sound finam
table ware, silver, furniture, clothing winter,
drawing two salaries. In the even! out of my cliuri'h nnd out of muli)
Win llurks returned from th« Full»
Joe Fritteli and wife have gone of Henson being Incapacitated through another as well."
and articles of that' nature, while the
Inst Tuesday where he has boon on
strictly ornamental goods had a slow to Portland to spend the Holidays ■ill health, resulting in bis resigns
“How were they started"" I on
with their children there. Pete Fru- tton, the
President of the Seuaii qulr«*<l
l.cvl Griffiths and Miss Corn Grif
It is a significant fact that the mer- ' lan came up from Thrall as substi becomes Acting Governor, and can
“Peibnps It was somewhat this fith, of Oleiie, m< spending the lloll
chants doing th«» best business are! tute motorman during Mr. Fritteli'* make an appointment to fill the va 'jvay. There wore originally a hand days with their alator, Mrs C. W
those who» advertise systematically. absence.
cancy of Secretary of State. Should fill of women In th«« congregation Lewis.
W. A Brown. Chas. Walker and B nson desire to resign, after Chant- whose hiiHbulids nnd fathers took lio
It is only another proof that tn order,
Mi-c Alma Lal’rarle spent Tile 'In'
to do the business a merchant must Ed. Way sledd«*d over to Spencer's berlaln's election, he cannot. It Is attX'k In religion and would not let In Klamath Falls.
let the people know what he has on last week for some duck hunting said, appoint a Secretary of State, them buve any mono) to put In the'
Joe Dervnn spent Wednesday and
sale and the man who advertises is They returned Sunday* with a bag In his capacity as Acting Governor, contribution baskets So they smug Thursda) In the Falls
the one who sells the goods, Follow- of thirty ducks.
for he is only Governor through vlr- gled takes and pies and fancy work
Millie and Minnie fltukel, of Mei
Miss Loraine has been quite ser- tue of belng elected Secretary or
ing is what a few of the merchants
out of the house, sold them, and gave ■ III.spent Wedliescl.i) wlththeli mot II
have to say on this year 's Holiday iously III. At this writing she is re ¡State. Furthermore, In resigning the the money to the church. Prenonth or. Mis S Booth
secretaryship, Benson cuts himself the other women, not to be outdone.
Mr». Nic Monson ha» been spending
closed for one week off as Acting Governor, and cannot. were on hand with their eatables,
hool is (lost
u few da)» with Mrs liarry I tooth
has __ been
banner *ur*nK the Holidays.
consequently, designate his aucces- their albums, and their eternal tin
Ml»4 Lottie Allen, of Spring latke,
yeai. We have sold more goods than
FJ- Fennel Is clerk tn the store sor. Ou the other hand, the resigna-, del w « ar. They Rot up a aale and ■«pent Wedneslu« with Mrs Booth.
at any time since we have been in here during the abseuce of F,. L. tjon
Benson makes the President realize«! a tidy little sum. The men Slid helped ill the deCOlUtloU of tl.e
busirtss. We had all that we could 1 oburn.
'of the Senate Acting Governor, and folks felt the financial presaure on lame I’lp«- Xmas Ire«'
'he would be In a position to select them relaxing, took notice, and began
handle. It would have been neces
Jumvs Cole had the uilsfortnn«' to
BONANZA Bl I.LETIN ITEMS
sary to have had more room to have'
.ii.J appoint a new Secretary of State to let «ip on their subscriptions. So * ave on«- of his colts kick' d and hn>!
At a called meeting of the town
done more business.”
Mr. Benson, while at pr«*seut In I was tip to th«* ladles more and mor«», to kill It
’' . a 1"
"' tax was
health, was III last summer and until finally things arrived at the
K. Sugarman, of the Portland Store 'council f"
Levi Ward, of Kinninth Fulls, has
”We had a fine business this year. levied for the payment of current ex-1 had to go to California. This leads pass where you find them today."
'»-«■li dowu looking after bis ranch
One thing 1 have learned. The p«?o- penses of the town of Bonanza
politicians to consider the possibility
Th«* pastor sighed deepl).
Last Saturday H. F Swingle was
before his term I
ple want the better class of goods.;
Robert Haven Scbaufflei, In Suc
Mrs. Manning, who has In'vn stay-
I was cleaned entirely out of high *n ,own Yrom Klamath Falls, where
__ ____ , two v«*ars hence.
Ing with Mr and Mrs. lluillioll, re
pne. d suits and furnishings and have he Fiad been after a valuable ex-
The possibility of becoming Acting
turned to her home In the Falla inal
had io place orders for an almost en- l,re8S package. This package contain- Governor has not been overlooked by MR. INI» 'E.s. i:.,R REAMES.
br«*«i dogs which he and .j^, aspirants for President, and has.
tirely new stock. 1 I could have soldF'd two
The ti'h'phone crew toolt iu tile
ENTERTAINS FRIF Alb
• a gicat deal more if I had had the'
the ,van Kilttore had purchased in_Her-, (^rj)apgj whet t«M their ambition. This
Mr. and Mrs. FC. R Ream«»* enter ma querade at Merrill Xmas.
goods, but am perfectly satisfied with I rick. Ill The dogs are fox hound and . ondltiou in polities
The Xjuas tre< was a success, and
tained a large number of their frie nds
this year's business as it was away ¡blood hound stock, one-half strain ^verllor8h|p has b.,vn talked of for Saturday evening, at their beautiful fully enjoyed by all. Many beautiful
iuch. and are trained to trail game. several weeka, and bas been consid-
ahead of last year.”
home on Conger avenue. While It presc’Uts Were received
L. Jacobs, of the Boston Store: Ihey-'Cost the boys S1 <»0 besides the ered by a number of th«* Republican was a
Mr.« and si ra En mu n.
hard times party.” it was eat were
“We did a fine business. We were fexpressage and Mr Swingle says they i..aders of the state, who have dls- more in the nature of a christening Wallet nnd Samuel Eninan. Mr. nnd
somewhat handicapped by not get i can get their money's worth iu cou cussed it in many phases.
or bouse warming, for the host and Mr« Harry Booth, Charlie and V«nna
ting moved into our new building as gar and wild cat scalps in a month's
Concerning the contest for Preai- heate»» have remodeled tiieir home, Booth. Mr and Mrs S Booth. Mr and
we expected, and although we were ¡time. Holly is as proud of the dogs (j lent, however, there bav«> been n«i nutil uow it bus «he app'atance of Mrs I. Went, Madeline. Faye, Gerald
crowded with our immense stock in 'as a flttle boy with his firs' pair of changes for a week. Jay Bowerman on«* of those beautiful »outhern col and Dale West. Mr and Mrs Charll<<
the old building, we did the business 1 r«*d top boots
intends remaining iu Portland until oulal homes of whi«h the |Hs>p|«< of Steeniau. Fred and Gertrude Bteeman,
Thomas Jackson of Fort Klamath. the Legislature is ready to organize,
and were kept busy every minute.
the west get but a glimpse In books Mi and .Mrs M li Beebe, Anna and
Our business was ever so much great who has b«*en here f«»r the past ten and he is trying »<> secure addition»- und pictures. The guests appeared, Gu>ede H'.be, Mi and Mrs Pierce
er than a year ago. I do not believe days, has bought the shingle machine to the pledges he now possesses. Ac- ‘ in th« Ir old «lotlies much the worse Combs. Ham and Ines Combs, Mr. nnd
that we would have found the time and boiler and engine of Wtu Bas tual pledges are difficult to obtain., for wc ar and pa lilies and the gru- Mr». Kleve, Mr nnd Mr» Bunnell,'
to move if the new building had been sett, which was used a short time and at least one-third of the Repub t.--.iue appearance of some »as the Boti llunnell, Mr and Mrs C W Lew
ready before as biwiiness was too good last summer at the Slack saw mill. lican Senators have refused to com source of innen amusement. The is. lx*vl nnd Cora Griffith. Mrs. Joe
Bert Doan and Geo. Bagley loaded mit themselves to any one candidate- I '
to stop to move.”
Dei van. Cathcleen Dervan. Mr and
bouse wa» beaut if nil) decorated
G. Heitkemper, Jr., Jeweler: “1 tbe machinery Monday and will take although bolding out ! < pea to ull.
F'lve huudr*'d was Indulged lu un Mr» Tollman. Rv>«.«|e and Muggle Toll
sold more goods and did a greater it to Fort Klamath where Mr Jack- It is on these unsubstantial ho]>es til eleven, when the guests were con- man. Mt ami Mrs II Be«t. Mr and
. amount of business this year than son will install it for next seusou’s that aspirants base their strength dueled to th«' dlnlug room. where Mis Win Barks. Clyde and Carl
Some time next week the Senate or- ' a banquet was served. Each gueat Barks, Clyde Bradley, Loyd Lowe. Nic
last. I was surprised that there was run.
This morning as James Culal an ganization is expected to become I
such a demand for high class goods
was presented with favors, which Monson. Janies Beldln. Frank Cluck.
I had a large number of individual was walking along behind a load of more prominent. The holiday sea- ! were drawn, by means of ribbons, Mr and Mrs. Carl Kobley, Carl Rob
sales of from $5u to $luo, which is ice he stepped into the wagon track son has interfered with politics to from Santa Claus' well filled pouch, ley. Jr., Mi und Mrs. M Gluian a .,
surprising in a town of this size. As and twisted his foot so that he broke a noticeable degree.
Following the banquet the guests Ellen and t'hnrlic Galarneau.
a rule the people did their shopping all the bones in his right ankle. He
Many changes are predicted in tin were entertained with a genuine
Mis Alma LaPrarle called in her
was taken to his home and Dr. Tratix ' fl ik Tstlji tangle next week. L- g- t
earlier this year than before."
11 Hoot! I..»t Wed
southern cakewalk, th*- participants daughter. M
H. J. Winters, Jeweler: "I so^d was called, who reduced the fracture isldtois are heading for Portland, and being t
'doled »c-rran'» of Mi anil nesday.
fully one-third more goods this year I and it will be two months tx-fore Mr one oi two drop in every day to see > Mrs Reauies
than I did last. Business was fine €olahan will be able to walk.
w hat is going on. John C. McCue, a j
silt TIHIM V* LIPTON
Last Friday while Wm. Dnvaul and candidate for Speaker, is in town. ■
and people seemed to know j'is» what
U II I. IIAV I l«i III IIIIA
they wanted. I am perfectly sa'lsfi.-d J. H. Lindsay were hunting on Miller and bas been visiting such outside
NEW YORK, Det 2-.
with the share of business I receiv
delegates as are in the city, and he |
cougars and soon had them treed. has also bad a talk with (’. N. Mc-
Thad McHattan, Jeweler: “Busi Mr. Duval being on hand with his I Arthur, who is one of 1,1» rivals. L.K.
Inasmuch uh the tliu>> limit surround
ness was just fine.
Of course, 1»
Bean is expected in Portland next
ing th>> deed of gift ha* practically
wouldn't mean anything to me to to the ground. The large»« measured week, as also is Janies I*. Campbell,
'expired. It Is stipulated iu the deed
tell how much better my business
still another candidate.
| of gift that at least 10 months’ notice
was than last Christmas as I had the other 7 H feet.
One estimate of the strength of
of a challenge lx- giver, while no nice
10 times as much goods this year and
these a plrants is given as follows.
, shall be held between November 1
they were all the latest things and
McArthur, 15; Bean, 15; McCue, 10, I
and May 1. Tills would make It nec
BILL OVER -W MILLIONS. and Campbell, 3. McArthur is claim- j
best on the market. My store has al
essary for the New, York Yacht (Tub
MEXICO CITY. Mex., Dec. 25.—If ing 22, but while he may have this
so been enlarged and I have had a
ifo rece ive a challenge before the end
chance to display my goods. I did the cigarettes smoked In .Mexico dur-. number friendly to him, McArthui
>f thia month, which la cun»ldeM-d
better than I expected so I am satis 'iDg the last 12 months were placed has not shown 22 pledges. McCue
a> Improbable in yachting circlva tiiat
-nd to end they would form a string has received encouragement in the
i the belief ot uo race In I9u9 baa be-
F. M. White, of the Star Drug' which would reach from earth te J past few days, whicn has sent bis
' come an accepted fact.
Store: “We did a good business this j moon and half way back again, 1° . stock going upward, while Campbell
Get from any prescription pharma
The reason tl.ut there will be no
year. The people this year bought the same manner they would make' appears to be at a standstill, Bean cist the follow Ing:
International race during the coming
much earlier than usual. Our most ’ a belt which would reach around the I looks for help from the Multnomah
Fluid Extract of Dandelion, one- year Is attributed principally to tlie
noticeable increase was in our mai' earth at the equator nearly 16 times, j delegation.
. alf ounce.; Cote: round Kargon otic (allure of the Ne w Yolk Y.ec ht (.'lull
These statistics arc- gathered from
The final line-up will be between ounce-; Compound Syrup 8m mparllla,
order and country business. This was
to agree to ce*rtain chang e In the
the official report made by the tax »ome two candidates, the others drop- three- ounce**
much greater than ever before.”
rulan govaralag tka coMtraetioa of
W. H. Dulaney, of the Monarch collector for the entire republic ofjpjng ___
out. The Multnomah delega-
Shake well in n bottle- and take a ctoafH which have
Mercantile Company: ' We did a fin« Mexico. The figures are simply stu- Itlon, or rather the Statement mem- teaspoonful dose after each n nl and
from time- to tlinee by Sir Thomas Lip
business. This is the first year that , pendous and show that probably more J era of the delegation, will eventual- u» bedtime.
ton, who stood ready to challenge- If
our store has been running in Klam cigarettes are smoked in .Mexico than |y determine which two candidates
The- above- is coi r.'dered as t> «• tiltHl such changes were agreed upon.
ath Falls, and I am more convinced in any country in the world,
shall be in the running.
certain prese t Iption ever written t>
The report of the collector of rev-1
.Meanwhile the crowd of seekers (relieve Bachaeh«.*. Kidney "I ouble,
then ever before that the people of
this city appreciate the conveniences enue shows that 7 46,332 kilograms , for clerkships and desk positions-in Weak Bladder an-’ al) forint of I'ri-
of a modern market. We have tried of tcdtarco per month were used by the Legislature continue to multiply, nary difficulties.’ This mi (lire act.«
PAY HTEEl.'s EXPENSES.
to give the people everything that the various factories of Mexico, or a
promptly on the ellmlnat'vi tissue's
The City Council of Medford bus
they could obtain In the markets In total of 91,719,918 kilograms per an KOSEBI KG HHEKII I I INDS
of the Kidneys, . nalill ig llictp to til appropriated $250 to pay a portion
the «.'ties and we have had no trou num. All the tobacco except 1,000,-
NO HIIISKIA EITHER. ter and strain the uric acid . hi 1 other of the traveling expenses of Will G.
ble selling the goods. If one w*as te 000 kilograms were used In the man
Prompted by complaints growing waste matter from the blood which Hteel to Washington, where ho will
judge from the amount and quality ufacture of cigarettes. Ther«- are a , out of numerous cases of drunken- c auses Rheumatism.
urge an appropriation for th«» con
of goods sold, we could prove that total of 467 factories in Mexico.
ms;', Sheriff B. Fenton and a force
Rome persons v ho ruffe- w’th the struction of th«' Crater Lake road.
It Is estimated that 524,364,650 of seven deputies late Saturday night afflictions may not feol inc ined 1« Th«* County Court of Jackson County
the people here are good livers. You
wouldn't believe it It I told you how packages of cigarettes were made (raid' cl all of Roseburg's near-beer es place much confidence In this simple will also, approprhii« $250, making
many hundreds of turkeys alone we during the last year. There Is on an tablishments, eight In number, in mixture, yet those who have tried it a total of $500, the necessary nmonnt.
sold for Christmas dinners. We have average 14 cigarettes to a pack. This search of antl-temperailce beer and say the results are simply surprising,
had a good business ever since we would bring the total number of clg- stronger liquor. No whiskey or wines i the relief being effected without the
ADMINISTRATION NOI K E.
opened up but during the Holidays arettes manufactured in the last 12 were found by the officers, but sam slightest Injury to the stomnch or Notice Is hereby given by the under-
it was a hummer.”
months to the stupendous total of ples of bottled beer were taken from other organs.
lgn«'d, Administrator of the catnte
It was impossible to see all the , 7,341,105,100. These cigarettes sell each place visited, and these will be
Mix some and give It a trial. It ’ of Rodn'-y S. Ilowen, dec*eii.iod, that
merchants but a general report Is at from 5 cents to 25 cents per pack, , examined as to their alcoholic per Certainly conies highly recomtnonded i all persons hnvlng claims against the
that this month's busincKa bas been Thus It is estimated that, the Mexi centage, which, If in excess of 3 per ' It is the prescription of an eminent alcl estate present the same with the
good, Even the hardware store and cans burn up in the shape of cigar- cent, comes within the pale of the authority, whose entire reputation, It , proper voucher within six months
places handling staples report an In eftes $30,705,525 ea<h year. During prohibition law. If any arrests are I Is said, was established by 1..
from the «Into of this publication of
crease in sales.
the last year a total of 61,303,282 ci- to be made they will probably be at
A druggist here at home, when notice to said Administrator, at tho
¡jars were made.
I the instance of the grand jury, which asked, stateu that he could cither i , Klamath County Bank, Klamath
TO KEEP AN IKON HANDLE COOL.
i meets January 11, 1909.
supply the ingredients or mix the pro i Falla, Klamath County, Oregon.
In making Iron-holders slip a lit
Burright Bros, are completing two
Dated this 10th day of December,
scrlptlon for our readers, also rocom
tle piece of asbestos between the out houses in the Enterprise tracts and
SHOP AT SI MMERH.
mends It as harmless.
side and the filling. This will abso will soon begin work on another, i
A blacksmith shop has been es-
ALEX. MARTIN, JR.,
lutely prevent burning through the They are putting up neat little cot- tabllsbed at Summers, Oeneral work i
Mrs. L. D. Webb left on Tuesday Xdmlnlatrntor of the Estate of Rod
holder, and the holder will last twice (ages and are offering them for sale. of all kinds promptly done. Horse- for Lewiston, Idaho, on a visit to
ney fl. Bowen, deceased.
a» long.- Delineator.
i shoeing a specialty.
12 17-St* relatives.
THIS IS SAID
TO HELP MANY
Mix This Simple, Helpful
Recipe at Home and
Try It, Anyway
United States Commissioner
Al TORNI YS AT LAW
. I lUilif'IH Hunk
»i nd 'I'runt // / « / rf.
Kt AM AT H
C. C. BROWER
COUNSELOR AT LAW
KLAMATH F Al !>. ORKUON
ROOMS 7 & 8, MURDOCK BLDG.
DR. WM. MARTIN
Office over Klamath County Bank
WILL A. LEONARD
W /thru* - tfc/hasc
Office In American Hank A Trust Cum •
2500 Acres Free
The Lakeside company has 2500 acres
of land under the Adams ditch that it
will give RENT FREE for one year
Thia ladudea the uae of the land ami
The renter must elaar »nd
place the land in cultivation The rent
er get* all the crop but we reserve the
right tn paalure im atubMa
The Lakeside Company,
J Frank Adams, Manager,
FRANK IRA WHITE
THE LAND MAN
List your land for »*1» with thi»
offic», we have buyers for all
elasscH of Klamath County
Th«- only aerc-agr adjacent to
hc.iciiath Falls for sale in »mall
tracts. More than a score of
■..«»■pl« have secured sites for
Mills Addition lots
ar«- the best buys on the market
FRANK IRA WHITE
ÍHE LAND MAN
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and who don't want to be Irorcd
to death while they're at it.
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and good humor.
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month, and you'll
where wc stand.
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