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HI’.tltKM I IIOM i iii ; wiiti:
< i l Y iiriefh
Mr. ut I Mr
Everett K Kerken-
A McCabe was In town from Lake
WHAT THE KIDNKYH IMI
I «lull left Halttrduy morning for La view Wednesday.
Tliclr I m < n*lng Work Keeps |'s
Wlllluin Smith was In town from
Cygne, K uh , wli«re they will spend
H. Leonard and J T. Anderson were
Strong mid llcallliy.
iisnf tliu First National biink m«*t Hly on Friday.
All the blond in the body |ia«wn
the wlnti visiting friends mid rela over from Illy Wednesday.
through the kidneys once every three
L. J. Mosier returned Friday night
iind Incroased thè capitai stock front
tives of Ä
<L N. Fullerton of Merrill Is visit minutes. The kidneys filter th«* blood.
|50,000 lo » I Oil,000.
The « hang« from Hun Fraqclsco.
They work night and day.
\ new ilt for the recovery of mutt- ing here In town.
healthy they remove about 500 grains
(I. Wm (llbonoy of Dietl« left on
wlll go luto effect ns soon us th« pa
O W. Howard and family are In of Impure matter dally, when un
« y was filed nt th« county clerk’s ot
pCI'N « All K" casi to Watlihiglon und th« Hing« tills morning.
healthy some part of this Impure mat
Illy on a visit hero
11« • - .Mon- ty ufi <•> noon John Cos vi».
ter Is left tri the blood
Born 'Io Mr and Mrs E G. Nash,
r< turn. The stink Is « onstd«r«d ti
K. Childs and E. D. Lutz are In on many dli-cases and symptoms—
Harry K'-tney mid A. Kinney. H. W.
viiliiablo asset mol will probably b« Til <•« du y morning, n daughter.
town from Hummer Lake, buying »iip- pain In the back, headache, nervous
K.■«»«•** Is attorney for plaintiff.
ness. hot, dry skin, rheumatism, gout,
Lesiti* Tellier of lliiiiansa Is rcgls-
fitkeii up right nwuy.
gravel, disorders of the eyesight and
tercd lit the
MEDFORD, Ore. John F Slovena,
Miss Daisy Patterson of Davis is hearing, dizziness. Irregular h«-art,
debility, drowsiness, dropsy, deposits
Ilo son were here F Iduy. Mr. Wilson Is
* Mis. J. I!
fornici cnglnecr uf tlm Puuamn culmi.
here attending the Teachers’ insti- In the- urine, etc. But If you k<x'p the
nanzú on tin
nit'-rw right you will hav* no trouble
I h lo lume bete tu Inspcll III"* «lei trli
¡with your kidneys.
th« Merrill rum her, «■»tale, mid Is h« .« looking after mat
Il II. Ilo
iii II ioik I rinite througli Itogli«* rlver
Je-.se Freeman, Sterling Mine.
ter*« connected therewith.
Portland returned from Lakeview Jacksonville, (>r<- says:
MI hh Veda Mulkey and her brother,
belii ve that Doan's Kidney Pills saved
E It ll«nms returm-d
Friday evening, where Mr. McGinn, rny life
I suffered from kidney dis
Five <-hlhlr«n (loin
C. E, Mulkey, are down from Ft.
ease for a long time before I realized
I« t their llv«*s In II fire which «le
what was the matter with me. My
It. E Cnntrell of th« Long Lak*- Klamuth to ntt* ml the Teachers' in-
Illi d the girls' cottsge Ilf till- Pres L uiii I h - i coinpnni hi.a movcil Into bin stitlite. Miss Mulkey is one oC'lhet Port lai d, hud gon« to attend court. worst troubles were pains In my back
and limbs and an Irregularity 1» the
li ti fimi Church orphanage h* re
..-bool tcacheru nt the Fort.
. passage of kidney secretions. I was
new homo nt Shlppluglon
M 11.1,1 I H AM 1*111-slltEXT
unable to rest well on account of the
J. (' Hotilikl*» iuk I wife of Lnk«
Bowman W Dennis, rcpnwnllng
J.ihn il Walsh has
pains and felt so rtlfi and lame at
times that I could hardly walk.
<11 poned of tils railroad interests, inni, vl. w «i-ri* In in» ii for n few dn»» this flu Bankers' Lff« Association of D«*s
Al a m«<-ting of the directors of finally learned of Doan’s Kidney Pills,
Moin*'H, In. said this morning: th«* l'ir»t National bank last Tu«-»da> and as they were so highly recom
it is siild, th«* purchaser Is a sindícale w -i k
mended I procured a box and began
Gi-org«- Jury of Marysville and H I*
hi'tidi'd by .1 I* Morgan a . C o of N«w
Klamath Falls Is the finest little city L. F. Willits wau elected president.
using them They seemed to b« just
Booth ot Spring Lnk« went In town I hiiv« visited tn four years. To me It
L. F. Willits Is one of the old what 1 required, for in less than two
«.•ms that It bus the greuteut future residents of the county, who needs weeks beneficial results were appar
HAN l'HANCIHCO 11.« (orni of
ent. When I had used seven boxes I
F. It Ht<*i*h«nbon,
i'i oniln-nt of any town «if its size on the coast. no introduction to the people of was in better health than I had been
A| i | i * ii I h upliold*« thè W ulk* r-Olls unti
young mnch««r of Merrill, <I«IIIC lip IIII People on Ho- outside are all looking Klamath. He has a reputation for for years.”
lu t'lng luw pm-<■ i! ut Ih«* In il »••»• >on
Fot sale by all dealers. Price 50
I kin '. i . iih Friday.
I this way rind the railroads are al j Integrity that Is known In every cents
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
«■t thè leglalutuii'. lini It I utid«*raloo<!
J M Copeland unii W V Johnston ready head«d for Klnmuth county.” . hous«-hold In the county, and his New York, sole agents for the United
thnt bottini wlll probably continu«
of Fort Klamath wi-rn in the «ity on ______________ _______________________ well known conservatism and busi
Remember the name—Doan's—
t ho unni« nu «-ver
■ ■ ■“
' ■ '
and take no other.
I olii I Tildi KANI» DOLLARS
Al.IIANY. N Y
Harry K Thaw's
Com«* nml cnj.iy th«* tin«* |H*rforni-
|responsible position to which he Is
« out i-i. I Ion that I*' was lllognlly com um-' nt th*- Ills tonight
Dr. Swedenburg and wife of Asb-
One of th« < Ity of Klniiuitli I lilla, (»regoli, S. wer sure to l>»* elected. He has been hon
mitted to th«* Mattcwiin Iti'ian« asy b -t btlf* <»i th«* -*-n»*«n
and Miss Arno, who has been in
ored by the people of th«* county and
lum vas overruled by th« Court of
the hospital there, arrived
Muj<tr Worden bus returned from
«•ity by election to offices within their
evening. The Doctor is
Hnn I'rnnclsco nn<l Is coiiteinplnlIng
H«al«-d proposals will b«* recelv .*<1 by gift and has ever proved worthy of
here for the duck hunting, his wife
th«- und. i -ii-tiol Polite Judge of til. the trust reposed In him.
DONC \H 1ER. Englund I, \\ ile li'ilidin,- a hotel at Hhlpplngton
Is visiting friends, and Miss Arno is
In Grund*-, the Fii'tirli uvlulot, flying
4r.«-thi*r Sliver Las** run- h«-.* wai city *.’ Klamath Falls, Oregon, until
I nursing a case for Dr. Swedenburg
il lllcrlot mon* plane l-> re, broke th«* ih town this u* *-k g* ttlng . p:*!l**«. ’•th day of December, 1909, nt the
A FI'W BARGAINS.
at Klamath hospital.
u •rid'* speed retord.
lie travel««! M nrrui Williams
hour i f I 30 o'clock In the aftei noon
Five lots, elgn.Iy location, J1500
M mile and 800 yard» In I 47 1-5;
Wh«r*- d*> you fitnl any nicer weath
loan »750 tn the d«al.
A nice cottage vz'.th bath large
Hm» making nearly 54 mile* an hour. er for the full of th*- year than we are hour nt th«- «-Ity hall In said city, all
NOTICE FOB 1’1 BEK ATION
pro|H*sal» to purchaM* said bond» will lot, 11700. A good buy.
having tight now?
CITY’ OF MEXICO Hnnm llosa. In
A large residence, fire lot. »3500
(Not Coal Land.)
Dr. F. M. ’ Whit« i< turned W«*dn<* > be opened nnd considered, for the
(b<* «tut« of Tubasro, ««■ Inuudutcd
Three cottages on three lots. Itoois Department of the Interior, United
States I-and Office at Lakeview,
l>* ¡i (Idul wav««, cauolng «lamage m - tluy evening from Him Francl»i*o, purchase of »10,000.00 coupon sewer • m.ugn for another cottage; »2250.
Oregon. September 1.8, 1909.
j bonds of »aid city, or any part there
Notice is hereby given that John
lunati i | nt |5,000,<»oo. Tho loss of
Slade, of Olene. Ore., who on May
of. to I m - Issued in pursuance of Ordi
Ilf« Is uukhown. bu< was probubly day a.
2 3d, 1908, made homestead entry
Wednesday evenliig Dr. Merriman nance No. 130 «if said city, adopted NOTH E OF MEETING OF TIIE No 4 04 5. serial No. 01617. for S'j
BOARD OF EQI AI.IZATION
SW *4 sec. 2, N4 NW’4 sec. 11, twp.
returned from Han Francisco, whore by th«- Common Council of said city
To AB Taxpayers and to All Whom It 39 8, range 10 E. Willamette Merid
HARIIIN, Manchuria Priucs ho.
ho s«n( to attend th« Portola car-
ian. has filed notice of intention to
(***im* Japuiii-iic ivxtuvut g *..*:al ut
ini«n«l*-d Nov. inlier 2d. >909. and un
NOTICE is hereby given that on make final commutation proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
Cor* a nml Jupnu's foil-most siiitcs-
Miss Ihlen Harris of the county der an a>( of (he legislative Assem- th« third Monday in October, the scribed, before C. R. DeLap. County
1 Sth day of said month, A. D. 1909,
man, «•m u»»asalnuted In-re Tuesday
< I *t k * offi« i* ri-turn«d Hundny from l> of 1905. til* J in the office of the the board of equalization in and for Clerk, at Klamath Falls. Ore., on the
6th day of November. 1909.
nftcriioun uh tic *t«pi*c<| off tho tr*.lu
«retary of State, February 13th, Klamath county, Oregon, will attend
Han Francisco, where she wont for
Claimant names as witnesses:
at the courthouse In the city of Klam
I ' a <'« loan who had follow* I him fur
John Tipton of Olene, Ore.; Her
, I''8 '. entitled aa 'Ail to Incorporate ath Falls. Oregon, and publicly exam
Hat piir|H*-<>, hoping thoicby to
Inc the assessment rolls of Klamath bert Tipton of Olene, Ore., A. T.
Mr Hamilton «in down from llusk the City of Klamath Falls."
county, nnd corr«*ct all errtirs in val- Wilson of Olene. Ore., Sam Dixon of
i*Cotta. Th« assassin was nr-
Ho brought a l*lg
Said bond» will be payable twenty uatlon. description of qualities of Ol*-n<-. Ore.
t- t* d. b it uot before »«*v<- ul other
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
five point buck's head which he trot . at f.-oui date of issue. Interest to lands, lots or other property assessed
by the assessor in nnd for said coun-j
ii mb«rs ot th« party wen* injured,
to ar Mount Pitt
paid semi-annually on the 1st day ty; and it shall be the duty of all per
includlug Consul General Kuwakan
NOTH E FUR PUBLICATION
l'nc|* Jon Cannon snvs th«-r« an *f April and October of each year, sons lntc-r«*st*-d to appear at the time
and place ap|«olnted.
<;«•».. ri.l .MumiK*-1 Tnmuku of the
no fl I«-* on him, and the Sain'innh l-rlncipal and tni* :cst payable In law-
Dated at Klamath Falls. Oregon,
Not Coal I-and.
bouth Manchuria railroad, and Prince
.! money uf the UaUed States at the this 23d day of September, A. D.
Preu rc ma; I. ■ that fii**s are I. -t -
of the Interior, United
!' 's prlvnt * aocrctarj’.
j* (•'. e of th,- City Treasurer, Klamath
J. P. LEE.
Office at Lakeview.
ST. MH'IH. Mo
Pnald.nl Tuft i
Hon . Georg** T. Buidwtu returned Fail. Oregon. Said bonds shall be Assessor in and for Klamath County,
Oregon. Oct. 5, 1909.
mid Bpiaker Cannon apparently hold Tuesday evening from San Frnnclucn, Isold for cash pn!I down at the date
Notice is hereby given that Eduard
tho »am beliefs regarding wntorway where lit* has lxw*n for the past few of sal*-, and for not k-ss than their,
Brady , of Keno, Ore., who. on July 3,
I par value and s: all draw Interest at
Improvement m n pert of a national weeks on business.
made homestead entry No.
policy of conaerving the streams. The
K. T. Merrill Monday Morning ¡a rnte not to exc «<! six per cent per
No. 01159, for N 4 SE 4
»1* nker r< * «i)tly lud irscd the pr« si- filed suit for divorce against bls wife, i annum, and be I •ned In denomina-1
\V** have *<*en good pressed
10. SWU SWki
dents attitude on th.* bond laaun to Ynianda F.
I Merrill. J. C. Ilútenle is ¡thins as follows. tu-wlt:
glass tluit looked ulHiut as g«Hsl
41 S. range
pu> for the improvcni« nts. Mr Tail's * attorney for
20 bonds of th. denomi na
to ii» a» lot» of tlx* cutglass that
laiulH <:• rb«*l on Monday shipped i i lion of
utterances nrc not »u far-r«-a«hlng re- ■
il. ooo,oo < • is sii|»|M»scd to lie of liigli qual-
guiding th« creation of a 14-foot four carloads, 500 head, of fin«* mut ^30 bonds of th. >lcnomina-
five year proof to establish claim to
50u .0 <• lint <f you would like to look nt
channel as tho»«* of ex-Prealdent ton which lit* bought from lliown
land aoove described, before C.
Roosevelt, yet It I is encouraging to Bro* at Tub* Lake.
50 bonds of
the really high-grade article in
county clerk, at Klamath
know flat Cannon Indora«*« what th«*
Mrs. A. T Lnngell and children of
ill it» scintillating lieauty. con»«*
on the 20th day of No
president has said. The general good Klamath Falls nrrlied in the city Sat
Each proposal to purchase said
Is the test Mr. Taft t prescribes for all urday ami arc visiting with Mr. and bonds must be accompanied by a cer
rutglaas Is a subject that we < >
Claimant names as witnesses:
Mrs. B. I Kilgore, Bonuuza Bulle tified check upon some responsible
nn- cranks on. which is a very < •
Kearns of Keno, Ore., Wil
bank, payable to the City of Klam
good thing for our custon»«*rs,
Dr L. <’. White,
McKendree returned from j
liam A. Otey of Keno, Ore., J. R.
ath Falls, for five per cent of the
I htiiiim * it .issiircs them < utglass
f**r lw<nty liars supremo kcepci of
of Dorris, Cal.
lust night. wh**re In* was ad- ¡
safety when they «leal here.
... ordn mid seals of the Supreric
Th«* Common Council reserves the
I ix'v« , Knights of Pythias, died iu*i<* mlitcd with no little fuss Into the
Order of Elks, He left this morning right to reject any nnd all blds.
It Is an articl«* that it is aw fully
October 30th. aged G 5,
on the stage for Lakevlcw.-.
A. L LEAVITT.
easy to go astray on.
Eugeni* A. Byrne,
They have a dandy coffe«* urn at I'ollct* Judge of th«* City of Klamath
tin l;le «if tl « West PuiiB team, was su
tl *• American, h«*ate«l by electricity,
tion is indicat
.«ii'i. l* Injur'd In tl « «cond luilf of
will* h km ps the coffee at a tempcra- Dated nt Klamath Falls, Oregon. No
ed is all ordi
the Army-Hsrvird game thnt he had ;
nary diseases of
tur** of about 180 degrees. There is
vember 4th. 1909.
I« I i. irled from th** field. Ii I be
a place for the milk on top.
lieved that his neck Is broken.
Dr. Swedenburg of Ashland, as
gsod effects be
Vandcrbllt Racecoursi«, L. I
Har- sisted by Dr. Humllton on Monday
ry F lirant. «Ii tvlng un Ateo enr, cap operated on Mrs. Nell Hamilton for
Irom tiio very
first. It Is com
I ured th** Y'anderbllt «up race,
ile ^appendicitis. At last reports the pa
pose«! of tl.e
drove thè car 373.03
mila* In tient wot doing well.
pure-.t and tbs
•I ' 2 í » 40. Parker. In a Fiat car, w as Short, daughter of Robert Short, was
C. F. GOODRICH, Proprietor
aceond. bclng only five minutes be- also opcrnteil on nnd Is doing nicely.
and other har
lilml. l-'ift <•<? Il cars started.
K. W. Huson, wife and child left
mful di ugs be
Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing:, Shoes, Hats
Janies J. Jeffries
Sunday nioming for Sheridan Wyom
The many dis-
Jin k Johnson have signed ai tides to ing, .Mr. Huson's former home nnd
ti u e n c e s te
fight before the club offering the larg- that of Ills parents. Mr. Huson has
<■ t Inducements, blds for the fight to been con nected with tho Davenport
F«.*«* Table Salt, .”*(» pounds f«»r
be submitted to Robert S. Murphy on cafe.
Snap Soup, too !>ars for.............
der her liable
or before December 1st. The tlght-
('off«***, |M*r pound.........................
Wm. Wagner of the Home Realty
to many runctlonal disorders that
Tea, per |H>iiiid..............................
<i 'i agreed to fight forty-five rounds or company, while out with a prospetti
< > not only tend to destroy her comfort
Star Tobacco, per plug...............
and happiness, but which gradually
more on or before July 5th, 1910, Ivo purchaser Friday evening, killed
Ilorscslioe 'l'ol*aix'o, |u*r plug . .
merge into chronic and serious dis
the purse Io be divided 75 per cent a couple of geese, ono of them weigh
Ri<-e, pi-r pound ................................... He, I Oc and .It
Nyal’s Vegetable Prescription is
to the winner nnd 25 per cent to th«* ing 18 pounds, This I h the record
Beans per |iound ............................................<l<* a nd .(»7
without a peer for tho successful
treatmnet of female weakness, pain
goose of tho year.
each |Mi«'kagt* . . ....................................................... :I5
fill nnd disordered menstrutatlon.
New Orleans.- Amid loud cheers
Chalies DeLap Jr. drove over to
Y'iolct Oats, package.......................................................... 15
hysteria, cramps, ■'bearing down
Y inlet Pancake Flour........................................................IN
and shrieks of sirens, Tuft reached Bly Saturday nnd brought home Miss
pains," inflammation and falling of
Itolled Outs, in bulk, 1(1 |M>unds for.................. 1.00
This in a remedy of
New Orlenns after hl.< long trip down Griffith, who Is teaching school there.
Dried Prunes, 2(1 |M>unds for................................. 1.00
the Mississippi from St. Louis.
Before night it was rumored Huit
Portland. Tug day was a great Charley was to be married, but he
Highest Price Paid for Hides and Produce
Cor. 7th and Main Streets
says, "Worse luck, no!”
Klamath Falls - • • • Oregon I
• Rare Cut Glass Í
Goodrich’s Cash Store
To the Stockholders of the Klamath
Water Users’ Asoclatlon
You are hereby notified that a Spe
cial Meeting of the Stockholders of
the Klamath Wntcr Users’ Associa
tion will be held In Klamath Falls,
Oregon, at the Houston Opera House,
on Friday, the 22d day of October.
1909. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m,
for the purpose of the Stockholders
voting upon Increasing the Capital
Stock of the Association from »2,000.-
000 lo »«1,000.000. and Incri-nnlng th«
par value of tho shares from *20 to
»30 per share.
ALBERT E ELDER.
In pursuance to the above notice
the Stockholders of the Klamath
Water Users' Association met in the
Houston Opera House In Klamath
Falls. Oregon, on the day nnd hour
set for the meeting and adjourned to
meet again In the Houston Opera
Hous* fn Klamath Falls. Oregon, on
th« sth day of November, 1 909. at
the hour of 2 o’clock p. m.
Al.BERT E ELDER.
NOTH E OF MALE OF HEAL ES
In th«* County Court of tho State of
Oregon for the County of Klamath.
In the .Matter of the Guardianship of
Charles Hughes and Mary F.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned, guardian of the persons
and estates of Charles Hughes and
.Mary F. Hughes, will sell at private
sale an undivided one-slxtb interest
each of said minors In and to lot
four < I) and the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 28; lots
six (6», eight (St and nine (91 and
the south half of the southw«*st quar
ter of section 21, all in towmhlp 29
FOUth of range 1 1 4 east, Willamette
meridian, Klamath county, Oregon,
containing 314 acres more or less, ac
cording to government survey, on
and after the 21st day of October,
1909, for cash, pursuant to order of
said court made and entered in the
above proceeding on the 3d day of
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, Sep
tember 23d, 1909.
Guardian of the persons and «^states
of Charles Hughes and Mary F.
Parties wishing sagebrush land
clearer call on or write,
W. W. WASTES,
Klamath Valle. Oe.
SALE OF LATE
If you desire some fine bargains in
Late Popular Sheet .Music, write to
Charles S. .Mitchell. 209 Almond st..
Ashland. Ore., for latest free music
DR. J. M. ELLSWORTH
Orti« CriMler-Utlli. Ru*t<ttur
C. C. BROWER
COUNSELOR AT LAW
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
ROOMS 7 A 8, MURDOCK BLDG.
WILL A. LEONARD
Office in American Bank A Trust Com
DR. A. A.
D e PUY
EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT
With Dr. F. M. Whi e, over First
United States Commissioner
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
Office. Third and Main, opposite City
BENSON & STONE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Am trican Bank
anti Trust Bldjf.
L. E. ELLIOTT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
General Law Practice State and Fed
Examiner of Land Titles.
First National Rank Block