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a very much uud wlsli It wer« possible' • 444
tor him to visit us ottener.
is indicated in all
J. G. Wight ot Yonuu Valley has) • • 4 4
been quite III with lu grippe, but 19
<>l women. This
>so vidting tho Falli Saturday
Plu y an uelghboi iiuod w * i -
Hurry uud ll.'ssiu Randlos,
Fualei, Mr. uud Mrs. Curl,
good < fleet" be
receutly moved to Yonuu. have
ing percept tide
iiluni'lio 'I tomi s ju , uoy Brown, Mi
cd lo school In lllldeblaud, but
Iroin the very
lirowu u.id si>u,Clienti*r,J. II. Hurm ,
I*uil> senilis to have taken th«
hi si. ¡i I» coni-
G, F. S >vll.i,
II. Faulkner uud ATI'
p<>»< il of i he pur
grippe. us he wui sick Friday.
est and most re
A* t-S Nellie BU sj , who 1s ala;
liable dings —
Joo Foster returned to bls father’*
at Mrs. I'hoa. Stuuloy's during
inei cur mis, opi
home lioui Morrill, where lie liu ■
ates ami other
lather's arid mother s absence at
been living nil his homestead for th
I iri inful
nuuiu. is aga(n quite sick.
pusi few moil till.
Flunk II* ck wu' iu llunauM OU
The many die-
G F. Huvila purchased seven sack '
• oncerimg Influ
of pollilo*'* from Hhnllock Al Dugget
ences lo which
Mrs. Cl.as. Woeik visited Mrs.
Co. of Klaiuath Fulls Saturday .which
COLI MUIA OATS, rt LB 1*A< KAGK
womun is eun-
Wm. Logue lust week.
he will plant.
3S CEN TS
Ml l E M S
COLI MBIA M IIKAT 5 LB PAt RAGE
Mrs. Geo. Smyth und daughter,
it nd* r h* r liable
Goldie Lamb of Klamath Fails
2OCc; 3 Hill MH'i ist* sir tiGirr
Anna, made a trip to Dairy Tuesduy.
io muny fnne-
axes 3 FAIR SOt’;
Iloosi (lirui deir*
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Randles have
2OCc; 3 FAMI SOI'; ISC STRAIGHT
that nol only tend
moved to the place receutly owned
J. il. Harnes, G. F. Hevlls and to dc»ti(,
24H e; 3 FAIR MM’; ISC STRAIGHT
I'omfolt »11*1 li»||'intrn,
by l>. Y. Uray.
'John Faulkner went fishing Sntur- hut whirl _ giiulually merge into clu* nic
.ISC; ■J FOR 2SC; IOC STRAIGHT
Mr. und Mrs Chas. McCumber
nml scrums diMMisvi-
day and were quite sueces.iful.
EtiG-O-SEE COKN FLAKES
ISC; IS FOR 2SC; IOC STRAIGHT
went to Dairy Monday.
Nyul's Vegetable Prescript mu la with ■
ORANGES, BEST GRADE
out a peer for the Micci’KSful treatment
Ward Rueck Is ugulu sick with lu
Monday with a largo attendance of female weaklier», painful »nd di "Or
LEMONS, BEST GRAPE
MI hh Juno Givens la the teacher.
dered menstrual ion, hysteria, cramps,
Jeff. Kirkpatrick Is working ut C. I
, II ■ ,
|i. II.>11110.1 I loll
Il II. Van Vulkeiiburg In putting
C. I'ear.ion's, logging brush.
mid falling <>f the womb, '¡his u* s rem
In bls crop this week
edy of sterling worth.
C. C. Pearson made u trip to the
Mrs. Ray took her children to
He took with hliu
school on account of bad roads.
his mother, Mrs. D. Y, Gruy, who
Chas. Mnrsiirow passed through
COH, "Til ANU MAIN HTH.
went to Fort Klamuth to Join her
this district Saturday on his way to
Eurl llainaker has moved to his
Mr. Curl changed Ills residence
ranch west of Bonanza and Is DOW
us Mr. Giltnth wanted to
busy clearing land and putting lu his
move the bona* they were lu.
Charley nt>d Clifford Scvlta spent
♦ 4 4444444444444 4 4 4>>4444444*4444444<i' Traux of Bonanza was called Mini-'
Leigh Harris has resumed grub
Sunday nl th« home of E. Thompson
FINE GROVE Nl.lt.X
4 day evening and pronounced the ma blug brush for Mcnuol Vierra.
Thos. Moore has moved bls house
♦ 4 4444444444444 ♦ « 4 44444444444 4 4 4 4 4 lady hl grippe.
At present writing
kpalrii k uud daughter,
from I.oug Luke to a piece of land
J. S. Mills is working one of Sam
Maude, and Volm. Pearson were in
Wm. Uhrman went to the Fulls
Emil Flackus and Geo Smyth were Dairy Tuesday; nl <> Jerry Piursou Ipurchased of Mr. McCornack.
Short's horses on the plow.
Monday on business. Ou bis return
A. Brelitner drilled In wheut la>*l
Clarence Harris and John A. Short trip he will bring some freight for both buying grain from Fred Beck was there.
M»l l( IL
vent to the Falls Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J
| Michael Rueck.
MiM Meredith of Long lake hu» < Irtlie of llie llot Spring» Improve-
Miss Dona Mack went to the Falta
Mrs. A. L. Michael of Dairy was
Godfrey Beck went to Dairy on
fil* (I on u homimlead und Is having
to go to school and review tor the business Saturday.
incut t ompiiuy.
I’rliu t|***l pin* *•
visiting at Mrs. Fred Beck's last now getting better
house built on It.
of lusli*»»**, 122* I I ihm I lluddtiiH,
Mrs. Jeff. Klikpatrick went to
Jeff. Kirkpatrick, who went to the
Mr*. Barnes und rlilld
Mabie Simons spent Sunday at the
8. u I niurlaco, < nl.
Ike Mosses caught about 200 fidi Mis Wm. Welch's last W** k to help I Sunday with Mrs. Hevlls.
Fort last week, returned homo Sat
home of J. S. Mills.
that at u
tho Upper Gap Tuesday.,
T. Moore bad a rusty
T. M. Darris was a Falls visitor
Wm. Strubble of Swan Luke, who
Harrison Gray of Youna went to
through his foot Inst wo
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bliss and
had his leg amputated nt the Fails,
quit« 111 In consequence.
Ivon Icenbice drilled in grain for daughter, Nellie, were visiting at the
Is getting along nicely.
Mr. Hendricks andMr. Ilurn have I Company I «-1*1 on th*» titli day of Feb-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Michael Roguo river valley.
The Brook family In Yunnn Valley
John Hiberts last week.
II limy, 1909, mi astessnieni of llo.oO
The Oregon Nursery Company de are on the sick list. Also Miss A una been plowing for ti e past week.
Johny and Tommy Short visited of East Yonna.
per share nus levied upon the l»»u**l
Mrs. L. M. Fitch and G. G. Ander livered the trees and berry bushes to Smyth U sick with la grippe.
the Falta Thursday.
.ipllnl stock ot this cor|H>ralloti, the
Lake ««bool Friday.
W. T. Elliott went over to the son each bought some grain of God- the residents of this community.
Perry Randles V. as In Dairy on.
payable to the a< «rotary of tnv
II. E Kerns arid John Gray of
They were sent to Bonanra Saturday, business April 1st
Bord ranch after some oats Saturday. j frey Beck last week.
icompauy, II. Nathan, at th« office of
S. E. Icenbice went to the Falta
Hoppe Bros. luiv» a
tl.-- company, 1328 Flood Building.
j Chas. Sherman, Sr., of Dairy.
Uhrman and Geo. Ritter went to sage brush for Geo
Kh*- Falls Friday.
'San Fraucisco, Cui., on or before
Miss Beulah Elackus, who has Bonanza for their orders and are now i math Falls.
J. H. Harris and son, Manse, are
w*-nt to the Merrill country after March 30th. 1909. Any stock upon
been staying with her aunt, Mrs busy setting them out. Ludwig Sterzl
building a house on their ranch.
which this u
.siiient »bail remain
Mr. Burnett has changed boarding Theo. Flackus, near Bonanza, will re bought 360 worth, which ho will to llnuauza M
G. 1’ 8"vlts and sone, <‘hnrl«v anil uupaid on the 7th day of April, 1909,
places from John Short's to Chas.
visited friends In Yonna
will be delinquent and advertised for
Yonna, where she will attend school.
Miss Abbie Welch, who has be*-n
Irlp Clifford, hauled a load of wood from sal« at public auction, anil unless
Jacob Rueck made a buslne
There is perhaps more sickness teaching school In 1-angell Valley, to Bonanza Wednesday.
Mr. Rahm went to the Falls last
Mr. Hum went to town Tuesday. payment Is made before will bo sold
in .Yonna Valley at present than returned to ber brother's hotu*' In
II W McCormick of Kono passed on the 1st duy of May 19U9, to pay
Iven Ii^nbice helped John Hib there has been any time before. Yonna, where she will remain for u
the delinquent aimeaamcnt together
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ♦ < through this district Tuesday.
little while. She will then go to
bert s move his household goods to
John Faulkner mail« a busln«ss with costs of advertising and expetis
Swan Lake, and he will bring back a are Mrs. Wm. Welch, Wm. Wight, Spring Lake to teach school. Mr.
es of sale.
to G. F. 8«vlts' Tuesday.
load of shingles for the government 'Manuel Vierra, Miss May Robinson, Welch's brother Is also visiting st
March 8. 1909.
Clifford Revlts worked for J. H.
Louise Egert, Henry Stanley, Mrs. the Welch home iu Yonna, haviug
Nellie Doten left Tui-sday fur
H. NATHAN. 8* « rotary,
Stockton, where she will visit with Barnes Tuesday and Wednesday of 1224 Flood Building, Han Francisco.
John Shepard and T. M. Cunning John Lind, Ernest Nail, Ora and Earl come from back east last week.
Aldred, Jeff. Kirkpatrick, Louise
Emil Egert has rented a place her brother, Lee Doten.
ham were Falls visitors Saturday,
Mr. Tower, who resides n«nr Ill II
N. W. Deal went to Dorris laut
S. E. Icenbice went to Olene Mon and Edward Flackus. There are a from Chas. Carlson in East Yonna
passed here Thursday on his
number ot.others who are Just able and will soon begin to farm It
Mrs. L. M. Fitch and daughter,
CONTEST NOTH Ft.
J. M. Copeland Is carrying the
Johnny Short’s baby is on the sick
purchased some hay of
list. Dr. Gyles was called Sunday.
Di'partnicnt of th« Interior, U. H
G. llyers lust week.
Mr. Dailey left Keno last week.
8. E. Icenbice and W. T. Elliott country, and those who have It are Mrs. N. S. Drew, who Is quite ill
I. uih I Office, Lakeview, Oregon, Feb.
with a threatened attack of pneu
Mr. and Mrs. McCollum wvro
went to the Falta Saturday.
Sevlts sold to Hhnllock * Dagget Co 15, 1909.
Sam Hartzler returned from the i monia. Dr. Johnston was called Fri Keno on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Short and
A sufUcli-nt affidavit having been
day evening, and at present writing
Owen Sorrels went to the White of Klamath Fnlls 836.60 worth of
family, Mr. and Mrs. Icenbice and
¡filed In thia ofllco by H. P. Dehlluger,
land ranch Monday.
son, Frank, were at Mack's Sunday.
| contestant, against homMtead entry
W. H. Bliss, while grubbing sago
Mr. und Mrs. Mills returned Mon by 20 feet in area.
Chas. Mack and daughter, Donna, He Is now busy plowing.
Mr. Byers has begun sowing his No. 3733 (Serial No. O97K), made
C. C. Pearson, Harrison Gray and brush last week, got something in day from an extended trip to Michi
and Mr. Burnett went to the Falta
March 25. 1907, for HE
HE % . Sec.
Mrs. Jeff. Kirkpatrick were at Bo ! his eye, which proved so serious gan and other eastern places.
he 1,. s*-<-
i that he bad to make a trip to the
Tom McCormick and brother, B.
W. F. Arant's well was either nanza Thursday on business.
I S, T. 40 8 . It. 10 E . by Roy W. Holt,
Master Orville Smyth Is now absent doctor at Bonanza to have the eye W. McCormick, were at Blldell last In some al fall a seed.
lost, strayed or stolen on April fool's
contest««. In which It la alleged that
from echool and is harrowing for W. attended to.
I »aid «titryman has never resided up
Mrs. Walter Campbell of Lordla
R. W. Tower was at tho Falls last
Bloom llamsby of the Falls passed on nor cultivated th« said land or
Mr. and M rs. Emil Flackus
was called to her mother's home in week.
IS STILL AT LARGE.
¡any portion thereof a a by law re
visiting at the home of Mr.
Yonna Saturday on account of the
The Par brothers passed through
quired; that said entry man has been
Keno last week,, taking some horses
PIERCE,’(Okla ), April 2.—Crazy
from said land for morn than
moki : ik n. dings planned .
A birthday dinner was given at
Fred Egli of Silver Lake stopped to Ashland.
Snake is still at large today. Ev
■lx months lust paat.and wholly aban
Tena Nickerson was quite 111 last
at Geo. Smyth’s Friday night on his ;
erything is quiet here, and there are
Tl o following building permits doned the said land, and that said
I Smyth for their grandson, Marvin return from the____
Falls, , where
he bad week.
no new developments.
absence from said land was not duo
It. W. Tower has a collie pup for wire granted by tho council Tues
Colonel Roy Hoffman, in command • Michael, on the occasion of his fourth been to take his mother, who was
to Ills employment In the Army, Navy
going to Portland.
of the militia, has sent a communica
or Marine Corps of lire United States
Miss Wood was on the sick list two portable shoo shining stands In
Henry Meyer,, Sr., sold part of bls
tion to Governor Haskell at Gutbrie, were Mrs. Theo. Hammersley and
an a private soldier, officer, seaman
either end of town. C. L. Kelsey,
recommending that a reward be of son,Mrs. Wm. Logue and Will Logue. standing timber to a saw mill man last week.
murine during the war with Spain,
Mrs. Geo. Smyth and daughter, at Tule Lake.
Mr. Hanson and J. M. Copeland to construct ti fl vo-room bungalow
fered for the capture of the missing
or during any war In which tho Un-
Godfrey Beck, John Lind and made a business trip to Dorris last on lot 1 In block 95. C. E. Hum
Chief, and suggesting the uselessness Anna, were in Dairy on business last
Ited States may be engaged.
phrey, to build an addition to his
Mrs. E. Bliss were some* of the Yon- week.
of further efforts to effect his cap- Monday.
Said parties aro hereby Notified to
residence. W. W. Masten, to build
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Egert. Mrs. W. naitea who were in Dairy Thursday.
ture with soldiers,
respond, and offer evidence
an adltlon 16 by 2 4 to his barn on
OFFK ERH FOR ELECTION.
Adam Widman sold one of his
has not yet given his reply. Colonel H. Bliss and B. Grigsley were visit-1
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
horses to Jim Guss of Bonanza last
Hoffman has announced that be
a. m. on April 8, 1909, before It. M.
At the meeting of the City Council to erect a one-story framo dwelling
week for 1100.
would disband his company Sunday on Sunday.
Richardson, U. S. Commissioner, nt
Jack Horton took some of hfs
Jacob Kucck went to the Falls Tuesday night tho following appoint- on lot 2 In block
unless otherwise ordered by the Gov
Klamath Falls, Oregon, and that final
horses up to the Colahan place In .Friday to attend the regular meeting meats of Judges and clerks were building In block 41, both In the
will bn held nt 10 o'clock a.
North Yonna last week.
of the Water Users Association and made:
rn. on April 23,1909, before the Reg-
To serve at the ward nominating
bring out some freight which he has
WILL PASS TARIFF BILU
later and Recelver at the United
Falls Saturday to have some dental j there.
conventions, to be held on April 23: for hydrants v.as passed by the
States Land Otllco In Lakeview, Ore-
D. W. Murphy and Mr. Patch First ward, Judges: O. E. Stearns, council,
WASHINGTON, April 2.—The Ite work done, returning Saturday with
for a new electric light system and
publican leaders of the House today, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Nelson, who had passed through Bonanza Wednesday Frank Armstrong and Evan Reames.
The said contestant having. In a
contract for stroct lights was Inld
as the result of a careful canvas, made a trip to the Falls on business. going to Clear Lake. On their way Clerks: Tony Castci and I. L. Whit
proper affidavit. tiled January 28,
[ hack they were given a reception at worth. Second ward,, Judges: P. L.
expressed absolute confidence in their
1909, set forth facts which show that
expects a communication from his
ability to pass the tariff bill when are busy this week breaking mules Bonanza, at which there were about Fountain, J. L. Fielder and L. F.
after due diligence personal snrvlcs
50 people present. When they re- Willits. Clerks: P. L. Fountain and father In regard to rates for com
ever they decided to put it upon its to drive.
of this notice can not be made. It is
Mr. Mills, who has a homestead i turned to the Falls they passed Wm. Wagner. Third ward, Judges: mercial use.
passage. The decision now is to put
hereby ordered and dlrectod that such
the bill on its passage next Wednee- near Fred Beck, In North Yonna, has I through the upper part of Yonna Chas. Woodard, C. B. Clondennlng
notice be given by due and proper
gone to the Falls to put Ln the crop Valley.
and Wm. Whitlock. Clerks: li. 8.
day, April 7th.
lln Bros., has returned from Laho
on the place which he has ren,"'l.
J. W. Logue and Miss Anna Smyth Grigsby and Carey Ramsby.
J. N. WATSON,
Otto Hoppe, wife and brother went went to Bonanza to attend the Re-
To serve at the city nominating county, whoro ho sold another Im
BONANZA ELEITH OFFICER«. to the Fals Saturday with Godfrey bekah lodge last Thursday night.
convention, to bo hold on April 24:
Beck, where they will live for - time.
Dock Pool has been hauling hay | Frank Armstrong, P. L. Fountain, ing for Portland.
At the city election held in Bo
Pat Colahan went to the r’nlls to from the John Donnell place to Scy W. T. Shlve. Clerks: J. (J. Pierce
nanza Tuesday the following were get a new wagon last week.
and Bert Withrow.
Chas. Waggar, Willie Jo
Adam Weldman went to the tlm- (
Mayor- A. T. Langell.
ood* ber Thursday to get some rafters.
¡Albert Beck are working In t’
JAPANESE TO VISIT COAST.
Recorder—F. W. Broadsword.
Joe Schmidt, Chas. McCumber and
Treasurer—John T. Bradley.
Scy and Dork Pool are • -
Manuel Vl ’rra have been busy mak
SAN FRANCISCO, April 5.—Ac
rurnpH Water, R iiiih
Councilmen—F. J. Bowne, Wil land on the old Gray place, I
ing fenco this week.
cording to advices received by the
liam Goss, P. O. Parson, C. J. Heldt- a potato pntch. ,
Godfrey Beck and family are now st.oamor Chlyo Marti today, a party
Chops Feed, Etc.
man and E. A. Hamaker.
Geo. Maxwell of Bonanza might moving from their old ranch, which composed of members of the Japanese
some chickens of Mrs. Godfr*
Beck they recently sold to Mr. Grigsby, to Diet will soon visit tho Pacific Const
Stato yonr needs,
rito for catalog. Mention pafmr
FOR SALE—A fine ranch of 600 this week.
the James Wight place.
lo study tho Japanese situation. Tho
Or..wn for I'nrlflr Northwfwt Roll and Ollm»«
acres, 250 head of cattle, 100 head
There was no sebco! To- '•»’• nt
Supt. Swan was a visitor at the suggestion of such a trip is said to
on illei'lit y at all Dent àflMlera Auk for < rtf A-
If ilot on aa h In your neighborhood, writa
of horses and mules. Price 325,000. Hildebrand on account of Mi
gi ni ini : faikiianrh HlÜLMÄ ^VI
Mav Hildebrand school Friday.
Both have come from M. Hatorl, a former Dynamos,
•»". «Ivina imine of your <l«*nl» r. nn«i w»» will mail
Motors, Gasolin* En«f n«s, Rt* am Pumps, Roll «rs
of flowi-r a«*«-«1a free f<>r ymir trouble
MASON & SLOUGH. Robinson, the teacher, being IP
Dr. pupils and teacher enjoyed his visit resident of Seattle.
All larrtod I m mus k at 1‘Oil A l-AM», UliMJON ( fort land S lid co . F ucilano , O moqn , amo U mani , wmm .
For Your Breakfast
This week we offer
SPECIAL PRICES IN CEREALS
Fourth Weekly Sale
Highest Market Price Paid for Eggs
I THE SCHALLOCK & DAGGETT CO. ,
FAIRBANKS, M0R8E & CO