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AND NEW DREAD
Mrs. K. <!. Albin ii'turm-d fl Olli
Our directors have planted f«U
Tom Blake from Imperial Valley
I'lnk Burks has the is In Morrill visiting.
Mrs. Bertha Grlttm-r and Ml»« contract ami brought tho trues from
Born Monday night, March 2».
lloryl Johnston of Klamath lo
I 1 I m Merrill. They will so««u sow gra»s I !HRt, to Mr. ami Mrs. John llowo,
camo t<> Gale Sunday ami uro i i Ito aeod. Tho pupils will observe Arbor • if Merrill, a daughter.
Day by plautlng ru4ebu»hea und
guest» uf Mr». It. C. And« r»ou.
T. A. Bulls visited lu Klamath
Chas A nd urso n went to K lu Ilia ( || other shrub», A flower garden will Fulls lust Hututday.
be plumed later, . Thu achool yurd
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creasy of
c illan FropV
Is well fenced; n burn ha» I been Imperial Valley will move Into the
Howard O'Connor left for lila hont«
erected and u woodvhed will I ho i.ouse of Mr. ah«l Mr». Wult r Adam«
In Bantu llosu Suuday, after •pondlug
73 rooms and suites.
complcltd th Is week.
The pupil« us soon us the luit r uiuve, which
several months In Gale til th n Kim iti
Parlors, Two Club
feel very proud of their now achuol will bo In a short time.
of Hoibert Anderson.
house, new desks, well,. map«, etc.,
Easter services will bo given at the
Mr», Dun Caldwell am! Mrs I II and ar«« doing splendid
You can eat anything your atom-
Pri'iibjterlua chuxli Benda, «veiling.
Hobbs spent Tbursduy with Mi.< R.
ach crave» without fear of a ca we of
Mr. Dixon lias gone to Ft. Klamaih Also tho Methodists will I are their
Indigestion or dyapepHia, or that your
Mrs Galarneau Im» b« • i| quite hi , exorcises.
food will ferment or sour on your
Mis»««» Lucy und Goida und Flunk
but Is better ut th)» writing
»toma' h If you will occasionally take
Jiilinsoii returned to school Tuesday,
Erm st Durkey hui b< • n sick at math Full« me In Merrill fur a few a little Dlapepsln aft« r eating
after sii absotice of several w< nek«.
k - i -I < Ic l olli-ctltig light
tho homo of Mike Galurmaii
Hlevo Hlukel tarn«« lip from Tule
ln««z Combs, Gertrud» St- -mai hills for the Moor«! Biothers, and
laiku Hundny to spend tlo< day with Clara Von und Mr Weedon visited M I» , Slie.-I » is visiting with Mrs. anjthlng you <-ut will be digested; !
nothing can ferment or turn Into ac- I
Ml«« Ihiltle Voss of While Lak«' I uh I Frank drnyb«- II und other friends,
Mai t in Bro
Il re «• zpectlng John Id or poison or 'on a- h gas, whlch ▼
W ill Wilson ami MI • lllanchii ll*.b Hiiuilay.
of sugar shortly.
Inson went to Poe Valley Hunday
Uusslu B««-bo, Mr». II Booth ami
of fiilln«-!-.« after
Mr». John I'dttirson of Menili Judge Hhort visit«*«! Ml»» Lottie
| digestion (like
WE KEEP IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF HARNESS
Mr». Alex. Patter
spent Friday with Mr J II. llobbM. Allen la»t Hundny.
LEATHER GOODS AND GLOVES. WE PUR.
Will Langell brought Mi» Kirk
Cluiu Andersen Is quite' lick at
water brash, pain In stomach aud lu- ■
THE MUST RELIABLE WHOLESALE HOUS
ndall to HchiMil Moniluy morning
t<*Mtln«-» or other symptoms.
ES, AT THE LOWEST RATES OBTAINABLE, AND DIS-
We are sorry to »ay that .Nellie
The Government crew Is boarding Patterson, May Joi
Headache* from the stomach are
COl'.NT ALL BILLS BEFORE DIE. WE ARE ABLE TO
Job ii so n in not any better with loir 'at Pierce Comb's while building th«- .•.nd V««ra Terw
absolutely unknow where this effec
OFFER, THEREFORE, GOODS OF BEST QUALITY AT
itiuntx were serve
a moat en-
I > pholil fever.
tive remedy is used. Dlapepsln really
TIIE MJWEST PRICES. WE MANUFACTURE HIGH CLAM
E R«*am and L. W««»l are hauling joyablo time wu>
Clyde Van Metm wait hauling hay
• does all the work of a healthy stom
GOODS AND MAKE OLD GOODS NEW.
I rum It. (’. Andoraon'a Thursday
ach. I dig«!»ts your meals when your
< ALL AND SEE IF WE CAN “MAKE GOOD.”
Mr. Ward 1» erecting a new bam account of th«* rot
There are tuore pupila In ait
stomach can't. Each trlangule will
'on his ranch
unco at ilo. Gulo »< hool al pu
dlg«*st all the f«xjd you can «*at and
Jarno» llcldln was uba«-nt from Saturday.
than ut uuy lime during the term.
leave nothing to ferment or sour.
Mis. Hobbs and Mr». 'Patterson school aevoral days this week.
Get a large 50-cent case of Pape's
Harry llraith wua hunting Jaclt- dan««* at BotiMiiza
vialli'd the Gale school Friday
Dlapepsln from your druggist and
A I. Wolluili of Medford «nine .rabbits Thursday and killed 40 lu
start taking today and by tomorrow
plowing for Mr«.
over to put In Ills i iop
II«« bought I««»» than thro«« hours.
you will actually brag about your
<1. H Graybell
II. J. Wells returned from Mon
the Fish ranch and Is bouidlnx at
healthy, strong stomach, for you then ‘
ranch, three milt» south of Merrill.
tuna Inst Monduy
Tolle's while doing his work
can cat anything and everything you |
Mr». Dora Slate arid Mrs. Bob
Mr. Booth mik I Harry Iharth are
Mrs Dun Van Brimmer uml Mrs
want without the slightest discomfort
Guy Morrill of Merrill spent rtiui - lsy hauling hay for Mr Mason, th«* roti- Anderson were in town one day last or mls«-ry, and «.«very particle of Im- |
with Mrs II. F Tolle
-purity and gas that Is in your stom
Mrs Geo Offield and bubies vlsit-
Willis Johnson »old u t« am to Tom
ach and Intestines 1» going to be car
• •<1 wlth Mrs. Guy Merrill Thursday.
ried away without the use of laxa
M is. Robloy and Mr» ll Booth
W C Dalton bought a team of
tives or any other assistance.
visited Mrs 8. Booth Thuruday.
Yom Dalton for 1275 lu»t week
III A. It. <'. RA.M.SBY.
Mr. und Mrs. Beek drove to Mor
Audry ami Gertrud«« Tolle, Uuy-
Ml ItPHY EM ERTAINED.
uiond and Beatrice Taylor were ab rill Thursday.
Tliu following 1» an editorial in
Mr. Barks went to th«i Falla Fri-
sent from s« h«Mil Monday on account
tho Oregonian on the death of Rev.
Wednesday evening the people of
Manufacturer« of All Kinds of
day to bring out aotue school »up-
of th«« w«-nth««r
R. C. Ramaby, father of E. B. Rama- the Upper Klamath Project tender
Miss I ml la Gerklng la quite III at piles.
by of thia city:
ed a reception at Bonanza to retir
Mrs. Booth and Mr» ll«*«*k wore
tho borne of Mr». II r. T«iii.-
"With the death of Rev. R. C. ing Proj«»ct Engineer D. W. Murphy
Mrs Craw turd «ml »on,. Charles. Falls visitors Saturday.
Ramsby at his borne in this city and his successor, W. W. Patch. The
Mrs Tailman takes a great deal
arrived from Yreka. Callorfnla, on
Monday paned a man who for half of ladles of the Bouanza Magazine Club
Thursday. They are at her grand-
a life-time, covering a period of four had charge of the function, and the
her little girl, Maggie, to achool
son's, Charley Andcrnou.
score and six years, was a prominent reception was a most pleasant and
Mrs W. II. Hadley sepent Wed •«very morning and comes aftor her figure and factor In the rellglo-poll- successful affair, although under
nesday afternoon with Mra. R C each night.
Ileal circles of th«! state. A Metho taken on short notice. A brief musi
Ed Allen brought a load of grain
dist minister by profession, a politi cal program and display of cartoons
Bsnd sawing and Turning,
Roy Van Meter Is busy drilling in
cian of sturdy aggressiveness by oc prepared by Miss llarpold was fol
grain on til» dry farm lu
Odd-Sited Doon A Window» a Specialty
cupation for many years, a temper lowed by a banquet, where a number
Mrs. Bunnell last Wednesday
ate - advocate of unyielding purpose, of toasts were responded to by
Eddie Dvrvan has b««cn sick, but
Evon and Benni« Maupen returned
in • cample of domestic faithfulness, Messrs Murphy and Patch, Directors
to school Tuesday, after aererai la better now.
.in«! withal a kind neighbor and Dalton and Rueck and a number of
Is clearing safe
> friend, Mr. Rantwhy was well and local citizens. H. L. Holgate acting
Mr. Roberta and wife of Poe Vai- brush.
wlikly known and greatly respect- as toastmaster.
Roy lai Prarlo la working for
All kinds of Finishing Lum
loy passed through Gal«' Wednesday
(■ <1 He was tho friend and coadjutor
The people of the Upper Project
on their way to Merrill
ber now on hand.
of tie- late William R. Dunbar, when i have always manifested a friendly
Fred SteOman lost a valuable
Rev. Johnston of Merrill vl»lt«-d
the latter was the head of the Good feeling for Mr. Murphy and will co-
the Gal«’ school Wednesday, Com* work horse recently.
Large assortment of Doors
Templars' organization In Oregon, ! operate as readily with his successor.
A rabbit drive was held at James
again, Mr. Johnston, we are always
and materially assisted In the work ■ As a small token of their esteem,they
and Windows made up and
Erman's last Bunday.
glad to see you.
of ttiat order. All of this sounds like presented Mr. Murphy with an Indian
ready for immediate de
W. W Whltlatdi »«»Id
ancient history, the last line of prac basket, one that Is regarded as one
Wost, Faye West and
horse» to Mr. Donnely.
tically the last chapter of which ap of the finest specimens of the basket
noly knows whoro to got fine horses Nelta Dickens visited our achool last pears In tho announcement of the work of the Klamath Indians. Mr.
Can furnish an order on the
death of R. C. Ramsby and his asso Murphy said that he always had en-
Mr. Dervatt sp«*nt noverai day« of
ciation with the work of an almost Jojed visiting the Upper Project, for
grounds for any sized build-
MK MIGAN VOTING
this wttk nt the Falla.
forgolten temperance organization, the people took pains to make things
ON MM AL OPTION
ing within twenty-four
Mrs. C. W. Lewi» and Mrs. Wm.
to which, thirty or thlrty-flve years I pl« asant for him and certainly knew
Barks visited Mra. Galnrncau last
ago, a large proportion of the young how to do It.
DETROIT. April 5.—“Wet" or Thursday.
"dry" Is the question of tho hour
A church meeting win hold last
Large stock of Flooring in
c. N. Hawkins. W. K. Brown and
today In twenty-seven counties In tho Saturday night nt Mr».' La Prarle's. ■ well as mlddle-agod men and women.
B F. Gould arrived Friday evening
lower peninsula of Michigan, which They decided to begin building the wore members."
arc voting on local option. There church soon. It will go under the
II. L. Holgate, Jas Driscoll and n meeting of the directors of the
aro mor«« than loot) saloons and four- name of Mt. laikl Presbyterian
Mayor Parsons of Bonanza came Klamath Falls Land & Transporta
leeu breworloe and wholesale liquor Church
down to attend the m««etlng of the tion Company. Plans are to be ar
houses In these counties. It was gon-
Chamber of Commerce and also the ranged for the Improvement of the
««rally conceded that local option
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Smith returned reception given to tho new members street car system and the Buena
will carry In a number of tho
by the Antler's Club.
Friday from Salem and Eugcno.
Or Any Other Favorite
l oo J Without Lar of
an Upset Stomach
. M M
Oregon Harness Co
Opposite Baldwin’s Hardware Store, Klamath Falls ö
J. O. LEININGER. Manager
Cabinet Work, Sash and Doors,
All Kinds of Mouldings,
W. 0. HUSON, - Manager
THE BOSTON STORE
We are making a Specialty of
FINK SUITS FROM g 18.00, glft.OO, F2O.OO, $28.50 TO $25.00.
OFFERING SUCH A VARIETY OF PAT-
TKRNB AND BUCH REMARKABLE VALUES AT THOSE PRICKS THAT THE MAN WHO WANTS TO PAY
$15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22..50 OR $25.00 FOR 1118 SUIT CAN ILL AFFORD TO BUY ELSEWHERE.
ALL THE SEASON’S MOST I*OPUI«AR SHADES AND PATTERNS, Al^O BLACK AND BLUE.
LARGEST AND SWKLLEST LINE OF SHOES AND OXFORDS EVER SHOWN IN THE CITY—
BEST MAKES IN THE UNITED STATES.
PRICES TO SUIT EVERY PURSE.
WE WISH PARTICULARLY TO CALL ATTENTION TO OUR MILLINERY
ERYTHING IS NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
PRICES ARK RIGHT.
WK INVITE INSPECTION.
THE BOSTON STORE
THE STORE THAT PAYS NO RENT AND GIVES THE BENEFIT TO ITS CUSTOMERS.