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Ih fort' sekvllng your ¡Mkper you uhould becomo familiar with
new Spring Styles and learn what g« neral efforts arv to peo-
vail thia M'aeon.
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I9IRKLLA NKWH NOTES.
IXINK PINK ITEMS.
Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Luwi 1 Htu now
living on their humeateud. Mr. Lewis
Is putting his potato crop lu.
Mr. uud Mrs. Beebo wetu Merrill
* visitors Friday.
Bud Obonchaln had thu utlsfur-
1 tuue tu get uno of his buggy horses
! badly cut on barb wire last wook
All onr pu|«crs are here, and th«' m'leetion
UNLESS IT'S A GOOD HTORK IT
WILL NOT PAY TO AD
VERT IKK IT I
Ml«» Mattle Brown, Ml»» Pearl
tin les:« you know a person unies»
MeFull, lien Brown, Joint M. I HI Hut peiMun uiniia into your lite in
and Cyrus lit own woro at Bouaiua
some way you uro not areally cun
corned about whether ho I» good or
E 8 Philips la Wilting I hl« wlfu bud, doalrablo or objectionable.
ul tbe homestead this week.
Ila so with n »tor». Thu people
Miss Lulu Wilkerson closed school who never visit It taro nothing
for a week on account of her broth about It onu wuy or the other. It
doeaal exist fur thorn. Hut wheu
Will Kdlar was at Lurella Bunday they aro persuad'd to patronise It
when they cutuo tc turn the spotlight
Mrs. Funny Purdy lu visiting her of their Attention on It
cornea to have a part lit tl l- Ilves,
brother, Henry Haynes, this week
a» nome »tores must hi.v
•Mt uud Mrs Henry llaynus were
Ilves then It's dlff r*
. then It does
at Boqanxa Sunday.
matter whether It strives to win
Miss Pearl McFall la vlsling Miss
confidence; It do'« matte wh««ther
or not It» i rieu cuaoMaiona are
Mts. Dave Cuinpbell has twenty
k< s an 1 over one hundred little
all test« that n good
’ ••'M out.
cl 1« «o f
»tor •« muat stand w liuti It 1» ndvar-
Ed itli< y went t> Bonitnaa Mou-
th un InvItcM th«
day, aero in pun I rd by E. H. FlilHps on I tlMcd when it
critical attention of the people then
bls return tu tltu road work
will "make" the store
George Deal and son, Cecil, were advertising
most of tbo vital things;
at Bnnania Monday.
Mrs. Emilia Hussy Burgdorf, who If It proves, under the light of pub-
bo much of a store, then
wan burled nt Bonitura Sunday, »pent llclty not tu
advertising will not |> h > for It will
I T girlhood nt Lorella, and a num-
bor of friend«« attended the funeral eniphaslxe tbo iiliurtcomlug» tu
The family has the »ympathy of the
For the samo reason« It Is gen
«»»limed tlinl the store which
Mlns Lou Bussy Is bettor at this
not advertí.o In «coking to
I .ester Boggs and Fred Williams avoid close Inspection and compari
returned from Klamath Falls Sun son, nnd that the store which docs
Is courting them.
llo’i Is indicat
ed In nil ordi
na j' <li»< ASOS of
dlsap »hits, Ils
g'.od off' els lin
4 ruin i
fi.st. Il la com
puro I and Ilio
uud other har
mful drugs bo-
The mu.iy dls-
der hur liable
turni lonnl disorders that
not only tend to destroy her cximfort
ili'l liapplii'H«. loti wlilili gradually
merge into chronic uud serious dls-
Harry Booth hauled a load of
grain to tho Falls Saturday.
Mrs. ltoebu aud daughter, Gussin,
We have Wall l‘a|u'r from 10 cvnfa a double roll and up.
wore in Merrill Saturday.
Pink Barks transacted bus) nous
We do paper hanging, painting, kalaomhiiiig and interior
In Merrill Friday.
Sammy Ertueu was absent .10111
school last week.
Judge Short was at Harry Booth s
Thursday on busluess.
Bob Mitchell 1« digging u »veil for
M. II. Beebe. Mr. Mitcbelli may dig
wells for Mik«» Galarneau and C. W
I aiw I s before leaving our district.
Nytil's V»'g>'tuhle Proscription Is
John Depew wits a Merrill visitor
In the Spring is the time to do your House Fainting, ansi you
without a p«<«»r for the suix-essful
trvntmnet of fumalo WMknMs. paln-
should select your grade of paint which will not fad«' or prc‘1
Mr. Mitchell and his hired man
C it I and dUordorod menstrutalion,
off. Our Paints are Guaranteed. We have just received the
<■ ' and Mr. Falreloo wore at Boo bo's
h)sit ila, ciumpa, "bout Ing down
pains," Inflummi'tlon and falling of
Large»! Shipment of Paints sbowu iu this city, and thus give
Saturday on business,
Thin In n remedy of
you a complete line from which to select your colors.
with Gertrude Steenian.
OUR PAINTS ARK f 1.00 PER GALLON.
Walter Quimby wus at Cha.«
iSteeman's Tuesday night
We have Wall Pa|x*r from lu ccuta a double roll and up.
Cor. 7tb uud Multi Strutts
Ed. Allen nut! Mr. I. nnard have
klauuitli Fulls • • • • Oregon
We do pai>er hanging, jmiuting, kalsomining and Interior < »
| been looking at tho country near
< > , Bonanza. Mr. l.eanard Is hero with
VOI II K TO < RI III TOUR. .
'u view of locating.
In Ih«» Mailer of th>i Ealale of John
Jim Cole Is helping Pink Barks
Il Itali, dcceusod.
e J\e VZIxl/O
Noi leu 1» burvby givell Ihut tbo
Jean Wilkerson was thrown from
Judge lu>w wus through our val
Qharles Loomis and Janies 1)1 ton under.«Igmd bui butti appolnled hy
a homo Saturday and the horn of
li ti ('«lutity Court of Klainalh t'ouu-
up frutii Merrill Man lay.
the saddle »truck bitn in the atntn-
Mrs. Carl Robely visited M is
ty, Oregon, Adinlnlstrntur of Ilio
Dr. JohiiHon remained s day
Oliio Jory Thursday.
Not It K «>!■' Hit I'.lill'F H SALK. ■ state of John II. Hall, di-c<-u»cd, and
aud night with bitn and thinks he
made a business trip to the Willard
Mr. Bradley Is batching again,
By virtue uf Illi vxuttullou uud . ull persoti» liuviiiK duini» agallisi
♦ ranch Sunday.
since Mr. and Mrs. Lewis have
01 Jul oí »al«) duly 1. uii'd by thu hald estate uro liureby roqulred lo
Mr. Francis Brown has boon do
Mrs. Schmeiscr visited Mrs E W. moved to their ranch.
Clerk uf tho Circuit Court of Klu prcnonl thè suutu diily vcrltlud, a»
ing some survuying ul lutrella lor
The visitors to the Falls from this
Paul Richt is planting potatoes.
IllUtll County, State of Oregon, dated tiy law rtguited, lo me al thè lotw
vicinity l»st week were: Tom Mar
John Manning visited at E W.
A surprise party was given Inst
Irt day of April, 1909, lu a Ofllcu <>f II. W. Keesoo In Klamnth
George T. Cline «us ut iairellu last
tin. Miss Lottie Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Smith's Sunday.
Friday evening en Roy and Rex La
week visiting friends uud surveying. ccrtuln action ut luw Iti th«» Circuit Full», Oregon, wlthln slx inonth»
lumer N'ewtpn, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Homer Smith Is hauling hay to the Prarie. Those present were:
Mis. Audersou wus visltiug Mrs. Cuurt of tho State uf Oregon, fur the from this d.«t<-
Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Eldin Dennis, Willard ranch.
und Mrs. Tallman, Mr and Mrs. C.
Cuunty of Kluiuuth, wherein EuKuttu
Dated ut Klamath Falls, Oicgon.
Clarence Hunt Saturday.
Mi', and Mrs. Homer Roberts, J. D.
There is to be a birthday party- Stceman, Gertrude Steenian, Mrs
recovered this 13th day of May. 1909.
Mr. and Mrs. Burnkuin wurc iu Spencer.
Hooper, Mr. and Mis. E. W. Smith, at E. W. Smith's on Saturday, May Kirkendall, Ed Allen, Judge Short,
L. J. BAUMAN.
Bonanza Sunday; ulso Miss Hazel judgment against F. I<.
Austin Hooper, William Hooper, 29th, in honor of Alfred Smith's Jim
fvudunt, fcr thu ruui of >780.80, to
Administrator of tho Estate
J. Sears, Will Mason, Tom Tingley, 12th birthday. The school is invited. ( Quimby, Sam Comb, Mr. and Mrs
fees, coats 5 13 C IO of John B Hull, doci'uso«!
Mrs. George Noble, Jr., and two gether with attorney's
Charlie Ager, Jessie Newton, Mr.
E. W. Smith Is buying barley from____
and Mrs. ____
sous were In Bonanza Sunday.
!and Wade Short, Jay Falrcloe, , Mr
and Mrs. H. L. Boggs, Earl Boggs, Bac Grigsby.
Mr. and Mrs. McDunnl l are vlsit- day of April, 1909, ut the rule of
J. W. Darroch, John Darroch, Ola
A dance and basket supper will be and Mrs. Koontz, Lottie Allen.
6 per cent P' r annum, and an order <’Hy <»f hlsmalli
Ing Jeff Wilson thia wwk.,
Smith, Maud Boggs, C. Linil !» Mrs. given at Beryl Short's on Friday
B. A. Bunnell was in Merrill last
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wilson went to lit sale <>f all right, interest aud title
Kline, O. Short, Henry Lowe, Mr. night, May 21st.
of sail defendant in and lu thu H’.-j
Mrs. I-a Prarle was at the Falls!
and Mrs. W. W. Maston, Mr. and
Henry llutn un and son, Will, were uf HWH uf Sucllun 20; the NH uf
Mrs. W. P. Mil03, Homer Smith,
I tho NWQ uud iazta 1, 3, Sec. 29; tbo
TEDDY KILLS AN ELEPHANT
Mrs. Ella Robley and Mrs S ■
Mrs. Addie Schmeiser, Mr. Brooks
of NBU. SE'4 «Jf NW' m and I nt 111 ; l our of S Il’t'liH t p. tn. for
Mrs. Audersun was visiting Mrs NV.
ami Wesley Brooks.
Booth and Eva Graham visited Mrs.
¡Hird«««’ of 140,000.00 four |»<*r
Is 1, 2, 3 und 4 of Section 30,
E. 8. Phllips'Thursduy
NAIROBI (British East Africa)
> ernt <<)u|on «• wer bond. l,or any part
The ball game at Carroll's Sunday 1 May 14.—Theodore Roosevelt yester- Mollie Galarneau Thursday.
Mrs. Tolbert is expected on tie
lhemof, to In ts iu«d 1 it pursuunc«
Mr. and Mrs. Galarneau took their
didn't take place because of the : day killed one elephant and captured
Monday stag« to visit Mrs E 8. t East. Willamette Merldlan,Ort «on,
baby to Merrill to the doctor Wed
upon t'Xe«*ut!on to satisfy the sum 1 of un .ordinance adop ted by III«
‘ another one alive.
The livo ele-
The baby 1» better
> t'oinniun Conni II 0 f »aid1 city on the
H. Smith is hauling wire fencing phant he is sending as a gift to the nesday.
E. it. C. Williams went to Klam UÍ )86.2 4 duo und unpaid on the
lutti day of Muy, 1909 , nnd lind-1
from town for Mr. Moorey.
I New York Zoological Gardens.
ath Falls Monday.
John Koontz lost a young colt last
Nutice It hereby given that 1 will 1 alt ttet of the Legllslatl vu Assembly
J. B. Houston made a business
Tho former President's first eie-
uflic e of the H-c
Sunday, Accompanied by Mlm Run on the 19th day of Jill»«, 190 J, ut ; of 1905, filed In th«
trip to Charles I.inzi’s Saturday.
1 plant was a big "tusker.” The beat
Roy La Urairo has gone into
r. ■bruniry 13, 1905.
Dave Wade was at Midland Sun ers had rounded up a dozen of the rabbit buhluess and has close to
entitl'd tin “Art t 0 Inn»rporatu th«
Mr. and Mrs II G Bu»-»y returned it) th City of Kia. uth Fall
I beasts. Roosevelt selected the big-
day looking at lots.
City of Kiniiu«»li Fiall« "
from Klamath Falls Sunday, where
Bub Williams spent Munday night ' gest In the herd for his special prey
John Koontz has a few more days
tfiey have been In attcndiiue.* ul kalJ day, sell ul public u
■ and went after it.
at Jim Dixon's.
of drilling and then ho will' bo
, year» from date of l»»ar'. Inter- «t to
th.» hlgh«urt bidder for cash,
The "tusker” was not vitally
their daughter, Mrs. Burgdorf.
be pnld semi anni tally on tho 1st
Mr. Libby spent Tuesday night
.Mr. aud Mrs. it. C Coaiey were and lut rest of tin »aid F. I
wounded at the first shot, which the
The ditch men left Mrs LaPrarlo's
du v of <»*'• >b* ' a 1 id A| 'ill of «'t«rh
at Jim Dixon's.
in uni to the S'A of SW\i
In Bonanza Sunday.
1 former President sent plunging into
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Biehn spent , his huge hulk. Instead of retreating, last Tuesday.
Mrs. C. J. Swingle returned from lion 20; thu Nt of NW %
Herbert Phillips toe
Bunday with Mr. and Mrs. IL L. t the elephant charged his assailants.
Klamath Falls onu day last week,
1 Unit'd State» ut 1the 0 flier uf the
I Roosevelt, his son Kermit and hogs to town Saturday
Rev. Zeliar was making puaturul uf NE54 , HE'4 of NWU
Bob Short . recently rented Jim
1. 2. 3 and 4 of Section 30,
Miss Daisy Smith visited her par ■ Frederick C. Selous were In close
mils Inst week at Ixtrella.
ents Saturday and Sunday.
quarters for a time,
All were In
Mrs. Joe Stucklo, Mrs.
Said bonds will be 1 stp'd In do
Mr. Coburn visited Charles Llnzl imminent danger, and only escaped
••r, M rs. Totnison, were In Bonanza! Willamette Murldlun, taken
Stucklo, Mrs. Ollie Jury and Mrs.
ns follow». to-w|t :
by a well-directed shot from the
Carl Robley visited their mother,
20 bonds of tho d< 110111in.it Ion of
II. L. Boggs, E. W. Smith and Jim heavy express rifle of Roosevelt,
Clint Lyon and family worn lu L. Wright, or no much thcroof ns
Mrs. S. Booth, Saturday. They en-
1 may be nc<cs»ar/ to uulisfy tiio sum 11 000.CO.
Dixon are busy irrigating.
which brought the beast to earth.'
' joyed the day by eating Ice cream
30 bond» ut tho lenoinlioit Ion of
Jim Newman is again riding the
Mrs. E. R. C. Williams and chll- • of >86.24 lu favor of Eugeno
The remaining elephants In the
and pulling candy.
dren were vlNltlng at Ii«:nry Dun- Spencer, judgment creditor, together
herd stampeded. One of them, how
Mrs. Georgia Booth visited Mrs.
60 bonds of tho det ' th itlon of
with Interest and costs und disburse
Nelse Nelson and E. W. Smith are ever, a baby pachyderm, only two
building a new bridge on the county months old, wan unable to get away.
Drew Campbell has been quite 111.! ments to accrue.
Euch propasa! to purch a ;* rnimt bo
Several pupils of Spring Lake
Dated al Klamath Fall». Oregon, !
but is better now
[ It was roped and it will go to Mon
school took the eight grade examina
accompanied by a certified check for
this 19th day of May, 1909.
H. L. Boggs Is getting a second tasa by rail for shipment to New
Mr. and Mrs. Al Gall went
tions last week. Among them were:
5 per cent of amount bld.
W. >1 BARNES,
brood of chickens this spring from York.
Klamath Falls last week.
Rex La Prarle, Bernice Quimby.
Sold bonds to be sold for cash
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon. ,
Cy Pool 1« hauling lumber for
down al lime of delivery and
Louie Silas, who Is working on the
C. Cowley, who 1« making Improve
- » ——- ■
-v for not less than their par value.
Judge Short was a Falls visitor on
ALFALFA FOR FOOD.
Ankeny ranch, got mashed by a
ments on hl« ranch, building n gran
NOTICE FOR PI IILK'ATION.
The right Is reserved by the'Coun
horse and quite badly hurt.
ary, buggy shed and poultry house.
Department of the Interior.
OMAHA, May 16.—Omaha goes
to reject nny and all blds.
Beryl Short ¡3 putting In a new
David McComb was helping II. C.
U. 8. Land Ottica at latko-
the vegetable food faddist one better man and Mrs. Kirkendall spent Sat Cowley at carpenter work last week.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
ditch on bis ranch.
vlew, Oregon, May 15, 1909. May 21, 1909.
Mr. Icenbice was at Jim Dixon's and furnishes the proof that a man urday at the Falls.
i» hereby given that JAY
can ilve on hay and enjoy the best
A. L. LEAVITT,
J ARANT, of Klamath Falla, Orn-
NEW WAV TO WORK
YAMHILL COUNTY VOTER
Police Judge of the City of
Bessie Icenbice is working for
ffifl.OOO FOR GOOD ROA DR gon. who, on July 7, 1904, made
THE BUSY LITTLE ANT
| There are college men in town to 1
Kl-imnth Falls, Oregon.
Mrs. F. C. 8mlth.
Homestead Entry No. 3260 (Serini
At th® Cretgh-
Winnie Wampler was in town lprov* 1,10
Ukiah, Cal., May 17
M’MINNVILLE, Or., May 13.— No 01192) for HE'4 NE%, Sec. «;
!ton UnivenMy there are clubs
from the homestead
of this section are enthusiastic over a The subject of good roads Is a per- SW>4 NW%, N'4 BW%, Sec. 6. roK_
Township 39 South, Rango 10 East.
made a business trip to H. L. Boggs* ■known as the “Alfalfa Hay Club” novel plan for combating the de tlnent one with the Yamhill county Willamette Meridian, han tiled nolle«» I
with 23 members, and one of the structive fruit tree scale that has court, a 5-mlll special road tax hav
of Intention to make Final Flvw-yoar
Charlie Llnzl caught five young purposes of tbe organization is to been discovered by Professor Harlan. ing been levied In this county this Homestead Proof, to uHtablfsh claim
demonstrate tbe very Important fact
geese in the tales Sunday.
to tho land above described, before
Tom Brown and Nelse Nelson are that alfalfa 1« a human food product, black ant is a deadly foe to the scalo, ment. Four rock crushers of heavy County Clork of Klamath County, nt
U>e experiments tried by th«» capacity are crushing rock for the
grubbing sagebrush for Al. Melhase. a3 well as food for animal«.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on tho 8th
Earl and Leon Boggs have been young men are working in the in-, Ukiah ranchers prove that a colony formation of macadamized roads
day of July, 1909.
Claimant name« as witnesses: E.
12 months of 1908 the sum of >56,-
Eldin Dennis has just received 20 time they are furnishing dally evl-1 >“ surprisingly «hort time.
for l*n< Iflr NorthWMt Roil •««!
L. Arant, of Klamath Fnll«, Oregon; <lr«»wD
Mow on «llaplny at all lx-«t «In« In re Ask fot < «tn-
Jersey cows from Medford. He in
logtiA. IfnotoiiM • in pour fi»*lght»«»rh«MM. »riie
«Ivina tiniiie of pour «Irnh-r. an^l wa all n»aAI
when properly treated.
®lar among the experimenters, a highways In the county Independent
tends to sell milk to the creamery.
«• i»n< kv-l of flower wm I« fis»«» for »«»ur rouble
riAMUinCe foiruM taiMN im I hom won
The alfalfa leave«, with a «mall P|al® of sugar is placed near an ant of the amount spent for bridges, «nd B. S. Grigshy, of Klamath Falls,
Al. Melhase has been confined to
portion of the upper parts of the i bill, and when it becomes covered the road expense« for this year will Oregon, and W. F. Arant, of Kla-
his home with rheumatism.
mnth Fnll«, Oregon.
John Darroch stopped school last stalks, are ground together. Then wIlh the little Insects it is removed exceed It by half.
J. N. WATSON,
week to take his departure for the
chine that turns out a meal almost’The ants at once leave th sugar nnd
Coast, but as yet he has not gone.
Col M G. Wilkin« will leave Friday
Della Melhase has been sick with as fine as flour and having a rich ' attack the scale vigorously.
for Medford, whore he will attend the DIRHOLI TION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The meal 1« then* they have cleaned the tree of the post
Nollco 1« hereby given thnt the
I mooting of tho Crater Lake road on-
W. W. Masten will move from the bleached until It has a creamy hue. they again congregate on the sugar thiislast«, at which time Governor undersigned has disponed of hln In
It is cooked Into a large number of land are removed to another tree. It
ranch to the Falls in a few days.
terests In the Klamath Fnlls Cream
Is thought flat, the discovery will be I Benson will make public bls appoint
palatable articles of food.
Mrs. E. W. Smith is cooking at the
to C. Ashley. All accounts will
worth thousands of dollars to the ments of members of the commis
Al. Melhase camp.
be collected nnd debts pnld by Ash
Mrs. Jama Dixon visited her j
will nttond the opening of the Rose ley nnd Holcomb, bls «itcremior«.
Paris has an organization known
mother, Mrs. J. B. Short, Sunday.
C, F. GOODRICH.
ns the Syndicate of tho Discontented.
The United States Supreme Court Carnival nt Portland, and from there
Misses Myrtle and Jessie Mills
Anyone who has a grievance is Invit is to decide whether or not bleached
visit' d Mrs. John Short Sunday.
ed to become a member. The name flour Is dangerous. If It is anything and take In the o tposltlon.
Parties wishing sagobrush land
Ml3S Addle Llnzl visited at Alta- |g not appropriate; the organization like bleached hair, we have no doubt
■clearci. call on or write,
. should bo called "Everybody'« Syndl- that the jurists will be tempted to
Every man who uses a billboard Is
W. W. MASTEN,
E. W. Smith and Roscoo Cantrail cate."
consider the case behind closed doors. aiding to nuture faking.
Klamath Falls, Ore
afford«'«! far exi't'txltt aayfliing ever abowu in tin* city be Coro.