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BALLINGER SAYS MAY BE NEI
ESSA RY' TO SEND MAN HERE
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO
\»klng for the AwdsUuice of the Peo
ple of County in Its Fight
REIH RUCAN» ELECT CHAIRMAN
OF STATE COMMITTEE
I'nct-asing Work Keeps
Strong anil Healthy
». Moore Representa County at
Gathering of State Commit
tee in Port lauti
Thirty Different Styles
a meeting of the Republican
BONANZA. Feb. 15 - The latest
State Central Committee held In
report from Washington is to the ef
All the blood in the body passes Portland on Saturday, Judge M. C
fect that the fate of the Upper project
is in the balance, with the Indlca- through the kidneys once every three George of that city was elected chair
tlons that it will only be through minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. man to succeed H. M. Cuke, who re
heroic work that It will be saved, They work night and day. When signed. Chas. S. Moore took a very
The Congressional delegation is do- healthy they remove about 500 grains active part In the tueetiug aud ap
Ing all it can, but it has a task ahead of impure matter dally, when un peared as lite representative of Klam
of it that will demand every bit of healthy some ¡»art of this impure ath County. II. L. Holgate Is the
influence at its command to induce matter Is left in the blood. ThiB legal representative on the committee $
ihe Secretary of the Interior to order brings on many diseases and symp 1 of the party front this county, but • •
that the work of the Upper project tom*—pains in the back, headache, Mr. Moore apparently had reasons
nervousness, hot, dry skin, rheuma tor taking an active part in the de
proceed according to plans.
Secretary Ballinger has stated that tism. gout, gravel, disorders of the liberations of the State organization.
it may be necessary for him to send eyesight and hearing, dizziness, ir The committee authorized the chair
a man here for the purpose of again regular heart, debility, drowsiness, man to call an assembly to meet In
going over this portion of the project, dropsy, deposits in the urine, etc. But Portland on July 21.
The assembly will consist of 1248
with the view of definitely ascertain if you keep the filters right you will
delegates, apportioned by the com
ing its practicability and whether or have no trouble with your kidneys.
Jesse Freeman. Sterling Mine. mittee among the 34 counties of the
not the land will stand the cost of
reclamation. This will mean addi Jacksonville. Ore., says: ”1 actually State on a basis of one delegate to < I
tional expense and delay, but even believe that Dean's Kidney Pills saved every 50 votes or major fraction that 11
so, the people here are willing to go my life. I suffered from kidney dis were cast for R. R. Butler for Presi
ease for a long time before I realized dential election in November, 1908. < < > »
ahead just the same.
Jacob rtueck is still in Washington what was the matter with me. My In counties outside of Multnomah It < >
working as hard as he can for the worst troubles were pains in my back was recommended that delegates to < »
vroject, and the effect of his mission and limbs and an irregularity in the the State assembly be selected by
is being felt by the favorable change passages of the kidney secretions 1 county assemblies and that delegates
in affairs. A telegram has been sent was unable to rest well on account to the county gatherings be chosen
Trom here advising the secretary as of the pains and felt so stiff and lame by majority vote at mass meetings
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFER»
to the amount per acre, for the land at times that I could hardly walk. I of the voters of the different pre
already signed up. that the owner finally learned of Ditan's Kidney Pilis cincts. these meetings to be called by
Hot Springs Co. to C. D. Welter, cl
would stand, and it is thought that and as they were so highly recom the county central committee. Sat
this message will have a beneficial mended. I procured a box and began urday, July* 9, is the date recom el, ngrerment. lots 1A, 111, it', II*
effect. It is beginning to be felt here | using them. They seemed to be just mended for the precinct mass meet blk 5. Railroad addition.
that there is some powerful influence what I required for in less than two ing with the date for the county as-
C. F. GOODRICH, Proprietor
Shcnuon B. Booth to Chas 8. Unit-
at work seeking to prevent the fur weeks the beneficial results were ap st tn bl les fixed for the following Sat-
lett, warranty deed, ett n tt sec 19,
ther pushing of work on the Klamath parent.
When I had used seven urday, July 16.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats,
project, especially this part of it, but boxes I was in better health than I
or appe. tionment tp. 40 RR. 10 K. W. M.; »1.000
Carpets, Rugs, Wall Paper
it seems impossible to locate from had been for years. ’
Multnomah will have 35 4 delegates
State of Oregon to J. G. Pierce,
what source it emanates. If it is
For sale by all deal» rs. Price 50 .out of a total of 12 4 8. Klamath deed, lots. Sec. 10. Tp 40, d. 1:
from home, the people here hope that cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. County is entitled to 13 representa-1
FL«e Table Halt, .NO |x>un<t» for
E. W. M ; ,60.
it will be stopped, in order that work New York, sole agents (or the United 1 tlves.
Snap Soap, Ivo bar» for .............
may proceed and this part of the States.
I He to
Coffee, |a-r |H>uiid...........................
ill, to i
Tea, per pound...............................
county receive full benefit of the
Remember the name—Doan's—and COUNCIL REALIZES NKTFSMTl warranty deed, Ne tt Se tt Sec. 8.
»tar Tobacco, per plug................
prosperity that will follow irrigation. take no other.
Tp. 41. 8. R. 12 2, E. W. M.; *1,600.
OF SECURING NEW HOME
Ilonu-olior Tolineeo, |a-r plug . .
If the adverse influence is coming
»|a-ar Head T<>l>a<<<>, per plug
Gertrude I. Hileman, et vlr. to
from the outside, then it is up to the
Rice, |a-r |a>und..................................... He, KH-and
City Buildings Cannot Occupy Court
F. H. McComack, warranty deed.
Beans | mt |M»un<l ............................................. 8c and .<»7
people, of the county to stand to
WASHINGTON. D. C., Feb 15 —
Columbia Oat Flalna. piece f<i cblnawacr lu.
Wtt. Sett Sec 17, Tp 38, S R. 10.
gether and present a united front in
New Ones Art- Needed
each |m< kage .................................................
Life at the White House Is Irksome,
their demand that all of the money
E. W. M ; »10.
\ h.i, ( <iMa, pmk*ge ................................................. i ’•
st ’.east for two member? of the Taft
The members of the City Council
tentatively appropriated for next year
\ Iole* I’ain jike Rear
W. C. Sanderson. et ul. to F. H.
official household. These are the se last Friday discussed at
Itolli-d Oats, In bulk. Kt pounds for................... t.IH»
is definitely given to the Klamath
McCormack, warranty dee<l, Ett Se
cret service men. who are charged the necessity for taking
Dried I’run- ». so ponndi for.................
steps for se-
project and that the work proceed
Gold Du«t.................................................................................. an
with the protection of the President, curing a location and the erection of tt Sec. 17, Nett Nett Sec 20, Nw',
as expedition.*!;* as possible.
and who Sherlock Holmes in his vi new buildings. For the past two Nwtt Sec 21 Stt Nwtt Ntt Swtt.
All the Upper project asks is a
cinity about twenty-four hours a day. years the city hall and jail have been
chance to get water, and the people
Sec 21, Tp 38 S. It. 10 E. W M ; ,10.
Highest Price Paid for Hides and Produce
For instance, the President has ac occupying space on the court house
here feel that they will be able to
quired the habit of pedestrianism, grounds by permission of the County
work out their own salvation.
and consequently one James Sloan Court, but it is realized that they ranty deed, part of Nw'4 Sw tt. Sec
and one Lticient C. Wheeler have cannot hope to remain where they are 1. Tp 41. S. R. 11, E. W. M.; ,773.1
INCREASE PORTLAND TRADE
also become walkers. President Taft longer than the coming summer, even
Charles L. Chamberlain and wife
has a habit of intending to start for if ft should be desired to do -o. The
to F. A. Hixon, waranty deed, Wtt
Big Appropriation Favorecí for Col
a walk about 3 o’clock In the after buildings now occupied are only a
umbia River Improvements
noon. That is, the Presidential au- makeshift, especially what is called Swtt. Sec 34. Tp 24. 8.R. 11, E. W.
PORTLAND, Ore , Feb. 14.— (Spe t >.cobile is orde. rd around to t! c ex the jail, and the council has for some
cial.)—That the Columbia River im
time had In mind the securing of
Aeholee lino of Invest «
F. H. McCormack, warranty deed, w
provements fared well in the rivers the President to a spot in the sub-1 permanent quarters.
meiits tliot w111 umico
and barbors bill now before Congress
In order to be prepared it will
tt Sett, »ec 17, Tp 38. 8. R. 10,
was the advice received in Portland walk back to the White House,
necessary to get to work in earnest
ilio iMirvluiMcr money
Now whet the auto, with its r>.o- f-once. No suitable location for the E. W.M ; ,10.
this week from the Capital. A total
W. C. Sanderson et al, to F. II.
of 12,153,500 is proposed to be spent
city buildings lias been offered or sug
on Columbia River work and items the drive way the secret service tn n gested yet, but it is hoped that some McCormack, Ett Sett. Sec 17, Nett.
provided for in the bill are as fol hurry Into overcoats, shift their i r- loyal-hearted citizen will offer a site) Nett. Sec 20, Nwtt, Nwtt. Sec 21.
lows: Wenatchee to Bridgeport, senals and take up their stand at the , to the city. If this is not done then Stt Nwtt and N tt Swtt 8ec 21, j
*25,000; Bridgeport to Kettle Falls, entrance to the Presidential sanc'tirn one will have to be purchased. The Tp 38, S. R. 10, E. W. M.; ,10.
*50,000; Celilo to Snake River, »90,- sanctorum to await the advent of ; council will probably arrange to have
Lakeside Co. to Frank Paygr, war-1
the matter of issuing bonds for the
000; at The Dalles, »600,000; Cas their charge.
deed, part of Nwtt of Sett
cades Canal. *5,000; Vancouver, *.',-
construction of the necessary build
500; below Portland, including Wil usually many sides of many ques ings put to a vote of the people at the Sec 1. Tp 4!, 8. R. 11, E. W. M.
MASON &. SLOUGH
lamette River, »175,000; mouth of tions to be considered and many coming city election, so that work ’ ,773.50.
Columbia, »1,200,000; gauging, »1,- grave matters to be determined, Uoa- can commence this summer. A new
Charles L. Chamberlain, et ux. to)
gressmen. Senators and Cabinet city hall and fire house are necessary,
P. Hixon, warranty deed, Ett i
If this money is appropriated, as members hurry in to submit various as is also a jail. It is probable that
now seems likely, the improvements problems, and the President mm’ these could all occupy one building. I Swtt, Sec 34. Tp 24, 8. R. 11, Ett
Another important matter discuss-) Nw%, Sec 3, Tp 25, S R. 11, E. W.
to the Columbia during the coming listen to all, and consider all. Mean
year will be lasting In their bene while two secret service men, two ed last evening was the disposal of M.;»10.
fits and will be of great advantage motorcycle outriders, and automobile the garbage of the city. This matter
Nathan I*. Edwards to C. S. * R.
bas been before the council before,
to the whole Pacific Northwest. The
S. Moore, warranty deed, N'wtt Swtt
work is too important to be claimed out what? Why, without a Presi but the continued growth and spread
ing of the city makes this a matter
as a betterment by any one State
The length of time they await va that needs immediate attention. A 8. R. 7, E. W. M ; »10.
for an open rived from the Inland
Empire to the sea will benefit almost ries. One evening it was 6:45 o’clock, plat of ground outside the city limits
Thos. M. Wiseman, to M. A. Wise
MRS. M. McMILLAN. Prop’r.
every person living in the Northwest fifteen minutes before the White will probably be secured for dumping man, quit claim deed, Nwtt, Sett
House dinner hour when the Presi all garbage, and an ordinance passed
ern States more or less directly.
completed the day's labors. At compelling all persons to haul ■uch Nett Swtt, W«A. 8w*4> Sec 36, Tp
73 room» and Ruites.
By clearing out the upper river,
39, S. R. 11 tt. E. W. M.; »10.
times the retinue waits only an i garbage to the cRy dump.
Rooms, Bar «
Room, Parlors, Two Club
steamboat navigation will be aided,
Martha A. Wiseman to E. W. Rob <•
with a good effect on rates to and hour.
Room», Etc., Etc.
An effort was being made on the
from the interior, while the improve
erta warranty deed, W tt, Sw % , Nett
ment of the channel to the sea from floor of the House by Representative
Sett, Sec 3«, T^39, S. R. 11 tt. E.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
the Columbia will facilitate ocean Butler (Republican, of Pennsylva Table ('leaned by City Council for W. M.; »1280.
First Time In Many Moons
shipments both to and from the
E. J. Murray et ux, to Ignatius Ccl-
abolishing the Bureau of Equipment
The City Council did a land office lege, warranty deed lot 516, blk.102.
in the Navy Department. Mann
(Republican, of Illinois,) was on his business in passing ordinances at the Mills addition to Klamath Falls, Ore.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC IS
feet in a moment with an objection, meeting last Friday. Everything on
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the table was cleaned up and this »10.
and Butler gave up the attempt.
Will result In your watch's good, prolonging Its days of usefulness. < '
"I apologize to the House.” said condition prevails for the first time
Vice-President Stubb« Testifies in the
What Is reasonable care
““ < !
Government Suit to Dissolve
E. W. M. »60.
An occasional visit means at least a yearly visit.
the work ahead of it, but undoubtedly
Lakeside Co.to John Sorsik, et al
To put it off longer in to put it off too long.
the change in the weather has re
United Press Service.
If You Are a Trifle SenslUve
warranty deed Nett Sett Sec 8, Tp
If you are not wedded for all time to some one expert, we would < ’
NEW YORK, Feb. 15.—’’The About the size of your shoes, It’s minded them that the winter is about
like to put some of our good work on that watch of yours.
Southern Pacific is California's baby. some satisfaction to know that many over and they have many problems 41, 8. R. 12, E. W. M.;
Your watch deserves the best treatment It can get. and It la just < •
L. H. Brown et ux. to J. L. Beck-
’Twill pet this baby when it won’t people can wear shoes a size smaller before them, such as the sewer sys
that which we offer.
pet any other,” said J. C. Stubbs, by shaking Allen’s Foot-Ease, the an
ley, warranty deed Nwtt Sett, Nett
vice-president of the Southern Pa tiseptic powder, Into them. Just the ings, garbage dump, etc.
Swtt Sec 20, Tp 3», 8. R. 10, E. W.
The following ordinances were
cific Railroad Company, in the gov thing for Dancing Parties, Patent
ernment hearing here today In the Leather Shoes, and for Breaking In passed: Ordinance approving supple
to Mathias Momb,
suit to dissolve the merger of the New Shoes. When rubbers or over mental plat of Railroad addition; or
Nwtt 9 Nett.
Southern Pacific and Union Pacifis. shoes become necessary and your
County for the past sixteen years. He
DEATH OF PIONEER
Stubbs admitted that the Union Pa i shoes pinch, Allen’s Foot-Ease gives houses; ordinance for street signs, Nwtt. Nwtt Nett, Sec 28, Tp 38,
Is survived by two sons, George, who
cific and the Espee bad more to say ) Instant relief. Sold everywhere, 25c. and ordinance for the repair of Sec Tp 38, 8. R. 15, E. W. M.S |10.
Robert Maxwell Is Victim of Heart Ilves here, and San, who resides in
about the establishing of rates on Sample FREE. Address, Allen s. ond street.
Charles J. Smith et ux to Ole W.
Dismse at the Age of H7
the Indian Territory.
the Pacific Coast than had the Santa Olmstead, Le Roy, N. Y. Don’t ac-
Mr. Maxwell was a veteran of the
Fe. This is a suit in equity which cept any substitute.
Calico printers of the United States
Mexican War, and has always been
was instituted at Salt Lake by former
use from 5,000,000 to 8,000,000 eggs 24, S. R. 8, E. W. M.; 11.
Robert Maxwell, who lives about an honest, upright man, well liked
E. B. Chamberlain and Dr. W. W per year In their business.
Attorney General Bonaparte.
miles from Bonanzn, died at 7 by his neighbors and many friends.
Ranny, of Los Angeles, are In the city
Of all the nations which are build- o’clock Friday morning from heart The funeral will be held tomorrow.
Starch will efface the stain of Io stopping at the Lakeside Inn. They
The annual production of nitrate
dine on flesh, and. if promptly used, are investigating the prospects of this of soda by Chile Is about 1,000,000 | Ing warships, Japan is guarding its disease. The deceased was 87 years Interment being made In the Bonanza
of age and has resided in Klamath cemetery.
secrets most closely.
will prevent the liquid blistering.
The new prices will please you as
well as the styles.
It is a pleasure
to show our goods.
Come in and
GILLETTE’S FURNITURE HOUSE
Goodrich’s Cash Store
M ASON &. S l OU G H
BEST EQUIPPED HOIK IN SOUTHERN OREGON 1
H The Reasonable Care of a Watch ;
; WINTERS’ WATCH HOSPITAL !