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BIG SUN Of MONEV IO Bf Sitili
E. J. MURRAY. Editor.
COl'NTk COI RT B ILI. PI T IT l\
FINE CONDITION TRIS YEAR
Nature Give* Timely Wsnilug* Tlial
Nt» Klauuiili Fall* Citlwii <'•••»
Afford to Ignore
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Danger »Ignal N o . 1 comes from
\\ ben thè Schisile of Improvemetit
the kidney secret Ions. They will warn
|s Compieteti Road Bill il*
you when the kidney» are »lek Well
ReM in thè State
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST TRUST >« SAVINGS BANK
at Klamath Falla, In the State of Oregon. nt the
Jauuary 31. 1910.
c I om
kidney» excrete a dear, amber flood
I.". iiih ,md Discounts
Sick kidneys send out a thin, pale
All communications submitted for publication in the columns of this
hi It les. etc
Banking house, furniture, anil fixtures .. ...
gaper will be inserted only over the name of the writer. No non de plume
Thirty thousand dollars, if neces and foaiuy, or a thick, red. lll-einell-
Due from batiks (not reaerve banks)
................. ... 10,93.2.63
article* will be published.
sary, w III be spent in the construc ing urine, full of sediment and loeg
Due from approved reserve banks
ular of passage
tion of an automobile road between
Choeka and other cash Items
Danger Signal. No. 2 comes from
Cash on bsmt
for the outside of the first story, the Klamath Falls and Crater Lake
Hack pains, dull and
remaining three stories to be finished
Judge Griffith, in announcing the de heavy, or sharp and acute, tell you
with shingles. The specifications for
cision oi the county court, said:
the interior finish have not been fully
"Klamath County is not going I approach of dropsy. diabetes aud
PROPOSES THE ERECTION OF ' completed.
around with its hat In Its hand ask I and
MU.MHI t \r Honsukl
Every room is to be supplied with ing its neighbors to help construct
Capital stock paid In...............................................
» 26,000 00
1 Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and
a telephone, aud these will be con
roads for it We are going to build cure them permanently
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
nected with the exchange in the main
Individual dc|K>alts subject to check
otir own roads, and going to do It | proof in the statement of a uearby
Will Have One Hundred Gueat Cimili-
office, through which all of the coast
Dmnunl < .*i tllli .it* « of doposlt
right. The county court has decided | resident
ber» and Be Heated with
cities may be communicated with. No
Time certificates of deposit
to construct between this city and
J M. Jones. N. Fifth si., Grants
expense is to be spared in making
Crater Lake a highway that will be Pass. Die. says '1 have used Doan's
the hostelry one of the most modern a credit to the county. We decided
Kidneys Pills and nni glad to state
Articles of incorporation lor the Hol on the coast.
that last year and were ready to that they have helped me greatly
Springs Hotel Company of Klamath | It is to be called the Harriiuau. iu , -pend $3n.poo in this work if it
State of Oregon,
Kails, with a capital of $100.000.' memory of the great railroad king were necessary. But the road can be Fur sonu time 1 suffered frout a pulu
County of Klamath, is»
: in the smnll of the back and was also
have been filed with the secretary of
I. J. W Helmen». Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
put in fine shape for far lesa money ' annoyed by Irregular passages of the
»wear that the above statement 1» true to the t>e»t of my knowledge
state. This company proposes to of the benefit he has been to the city than this Already Modoc Point, the
kidney secretions The many reiue-
J W HK1MEN8, Cashier.
erect on the triangle opposite the of-i and county. It will have 100 guest nightman* of antomoblllsts and fann
U. W. BALDWIN.
i dies I tried, failed to give the least
fices of the Klamath Development
ers alike, is a thing of the past, and relief and at last I procured Doan's
J A. MADDOX, Directors.
Company one of the finest hotels in CAIT. tl’PLKGATE APPOINTED
, all that remains Is to remove a few Kidney Pills in u short time after
Bubscrlbed and sworn to before mo this 7th day of February,
E. L ELLIOTT, Notary Public.
The incorporators are
TO TAKE INDIAN CENSl S : more 'undesirables' along the road taking the remedy the pains and
Maj. C. E. Worden. W. S. Worden
I to make it one of the most desirable aches left and my kidneys became
and S. B. Houston. Mr. Houston is Hi- Territory Will Embrace III of i thoroughfares in the state. This work
normal I gladly rocomtnend Doan's
president of the company and will
will be undertaken at once and we Kidney Pills,”
th«- State of Oregon
have charge of the work of construc
believe that the complaints made last
For sale by all deniers Price 50
tion and plans prior to the opening
Capt. O. C. Applegate has been I year will not be repeated this sea-
cents. Foster-Milburn Co . Buffalo.
of the hostelry. He came here from notified by the Commissioner of !n- i son.”
1 New York, sole agents for the United
Lexington, Kv., about nte month ago ' dian Affairs that he has been ap
Medford, with commendable enter- iStates.
and after a searching investigation of pointed as Bpecial agent for the tak '■ prise, is hard at work raising a fund
Remembet the- name Don's and
conditions here, concluded that there ing of the census of the Indians living ' to repair that part of the route be
¡take no other.
was no better place on the coast for in the State of Oregon. The ap tween there and Crater I-ake. It has
making investments than right here pointment came entirely unsolicited already met with considerable am
BRIEF TEI.EGIt IPH IHSI'ATtHEH
in Klamath Falls.
He met the and was a great surprise to the Cap cess and it is quite likely that at leas;
Messrs. Worden and became associ tain. It is made, no doubt, on the i enough money w ill be forthcoming to
CATANIA« Sicily Mount Aetna
• Don’t forget to get our prices on
ated with them in the new hotel and strength of his record on file in the | place the road in a passable condi -rupted this afternoon. after twenty-
no time was lost in maturing the Indian Bureau in Washington. He tion. If this is done, then the travel four hours of inactivity. I jcvb Is al-
plans for a structure that will be a has not as yet received his creden between the two cities should be ■ ready flowing til rough the vilhig* of
credit not only to the city but to the tials. but is expecting them daily.
very heavy this year.
San Lee. from which tlcc* peopt* had
men who are instrumental in bring
The Captain's duties will take him
In view of the fact that the Su i fled
The village* was probably de-
ing it into being
over a great part of the State, since preme Court of the state has set aside st roved
The building will be four stories, he is to take the census on all of the the act providing for state aid tn the
with a basement under the entire reservations and detached settle .construction of what was commonly
building. It will be 130x12$, facing ments. He will, while working in known as the Crater Lake road, Taft todav sent a special message* to
the point of the triangle, which is to the first census district, be under which was only a small section of Congress urging the passange of a
Dried Fruits and everything
be parked and divided by broad ce the direction of Census Supervisor what would eventually i>e a great bill appropriating a quarter of a nilll-
ment sidewalks. The main entrance Hendricks of Salem. In the second i state highway, it became incumbent 1 ion for the carry Ing out of the work
in the Grocery Line. Try our
will be ornate, presenting a hand district his work will be done under on the county court to do something lot the tariff bill, as outlined In the
some appearance entirely in harmony the supervision of Seneca Beach, who to place the road in such shape as to annual message
35c. Monarch Coffee.
with the style of architecture, which has charge of the census work there. remove the many complaints that
Joseph Burchard, aged
can’t beat it in quality
is to be mission. The office is to be It will require nearly three months have been made against it for the
a spacious affair 31x51, well lighted to complete the work. The many past several years. This the court six, fatally wounded his brother,
and handsomely finished. In this of friends of the Captain will be pleased is going to do. The work will be Johnny, aged four, today, because he
fice is to be the main guests' desk, to learn of this well deserved recog done in such a way as to make it wanted his Infant brother. Caper, to
cashier's office, telephone booth, nition of his ability by a branch of serviceable tor the improvements that have Johnny's name He got a 32-
check stand and news and cigar the Government with which he has will be made from year to year, until calibre revolver off a high shelf He
>tand. Opening from the office is a been identified more or less for many a perfect highway will have been expresses no remorse over his act
completed between this city and the
grill room 16x16; the main dining years
lake. How much money will be need RI MOHED THAT ROOSEVELT
room 31x65, facing on the Esplanade
I’REP 1RES TO FIGHT TAFT
ed this year remains to be seen This
The floor of this room is to be waxed NEW LIMBER COMPANY
so as to make it available for danc
WASHINGTON. D. C , March 28
ive examination now contemplated 1»
ing and banquets. In the rear of
The Savidge Brothers Lumber Com made.
The story that ex-Presldent Roosevelt
the dining room is the culinary de
pany has been incorporated, with
is putting hU house in order” so as
partment supplied with all of the headquarters in this city. The capi
not to be hampered in case he should
modern appliances, pantries, store
tal stock of the concern is $30.000. NOTED JURIST 8l'< < 4 MBs To AN decide not to Indorse the Taft ad-
rooms, etc. On the side opposite the The objects of the new firm are to
ATTACK OF APOPLEXY
1 ministration created a commotion
dining room are connected with the
purchase lumber for shipment to the
here today. That Congressman I«ong-
office by a wide corridor the billiard East
i worth, Roosevelt's son-in-law has re
and bar room. 31x30. Off this are
Savidge brothers are from Spring IV»i> One of the AbieM Judg'** t hat fused to serve on the Congressional
to be two card rooms, finished in
Ever Occupied n Seat on
Lake, Mich. Hunter Savidge came
campaign committee In response to
Russian style and handsomely fur here recently from Cleveland. Ohio.!
letter from the ex-President, in
nished. There will also be the bar
where he was a member of the firm
which he stated that he hoped the
ber shop. 14x19. and a reading and
of Putnam & Savidge, among the big United Press Service.
family would not be placed In a post-
writing room, 14x16, and the man
gest lumber men of that city. H. J.
: tion that might make it embarrass
ager's office. On the side of the hotel
Savidge has been on the Coast for the, WASHINGTON, D. C., March 29.
ing to him later. Is the statement
facing Main street there is to be a
past eight years, during which time David J. Brewer, Associate Justice upon which tns story Is based When
broad veranda, 128x14 feet, access
of the Supreme Court of the United
he has been associated with such well
Longworth was seeu today, he re
to which may be gained either from
died in this city last night
known firms as the California Sugar
fused to affirm or den» It
the office, barber shop, reading room
& White Pine Company , the McCloud from apoplexy. The deceased was a
or the billiard room
River Lumber Company and the El native of Kansas, and was appointed MORE TBOl BE BREWING BE
The building is divided into two
TWEEN U. 8. AND NIGARAG1 A
dorado Lumber Company , all Califor as a justice of the Supreme Court by
wings. The space between these two nia concerns.
President Harrison in 1889. He has
wings is to be roofed over with glass
They are old-time lumber men. hat always been recognized as one of the Americans Are Petitioning for Inter
and this divided into two large ing been in the business ever since ablest men on the bench, although
vention by Uncle Bam
sample rooms. Off from these two
1871. when they operated a mill un
main sample rooms will be two
der the firm name of Cutler & Sav criticism from the laboring people of 26 -The gunboat Paducah returned
smaller ones aud a trunk room, which
They will prove a valuable the Nation on account of some of the today from Greytown, where it went
may be used for the storage of the
addition to the lumbering interests decisions he has rendered on ques to investigate the seizure of Ameri
can vessels by the Nicaraguan gov
of the county and may be the begin tions affecting their Interests.
WRITE FOR ¿PECI AL CATALOG AND PRICES
Discussion of his successor Is al ernment, under President Madriz. It
Leading from the office to the up ning of a business that will have
per floors will be two electric ele many followers as the great timber
is believed that if any attempt Is
to be generally conceded that he will made to attack this city from sea it
vators. one for passengers and one belts of the county are opened up.
- - - SAN
_ Mfl JOSE
be Llovd Bowers, solicitor general of will be resisted by the Paducah. Con
tor freight. The freight elevator will
S POKANE. WASH.- PORTLAND. ORF..
the Department of Justice. Mr. Bow sul Moffitt is overwhelmed by peti
have entrance through the sample
EIGHT MEN KILLED
ers was President's second choice tions from American residents of the
when he recently appointed Judge republic, asking that he urge the au
Directly opposite the main entrance United Press Service
thorities at Washington to interfere
will be the grand stairway leading
WASHINGTON. D. C , March 28.—
When President Taft was apprised In Nicaraguan affairs and bring to an
to the upper floors. The second floor Eight men were killed on the cruiser
Ont* bay horse, 2 or 3 year* old,
James Bailey, of Ashland, was In
is divided into a number of suites Charleston yesterday at Olongapo, of the death of Justice Brewer he ex end a struggle that can but end in
weight about 1000 pounds, no brand*
and single bedrooms, reached from a Philippine Islands, by the blowing pressed his deep regrets aud stated: anarchy, The cruiser Tacoma is ex Keno Saturday on business
visible, came to my place on Seven-
Mrs. Padgett, Sr., has been on the
main hall 12 feet wide and side halls out of the breech plug of one of the ‘‘He was an able judge.” This senti pected soon and the relief expedition
Mil« about November 1, 1909 Owner
six feet wide. There is a ladies' three-inch guns, according to a re ment is echoed today by all who knew from New Orleans is eagerly awaited sick list for the past three weeks. nay have earn« by paying charges.
Doctor Hamilton Is attending her.
The death of Justice Brewer
waiting room on this floor, opening port from Commander in Chief Hub him
E A KOONTZ.
Last Saturday evening the n*orl*
from which is a small Turkish rest bard of the Asiatic fleet. The dead
Fort Klamath, Ore, February II.
the Supreme Bench, Justice Moody
On th* second floor will l>e are;
About the middle of next month hall in honor of Reverend Hanson, 1910.
located the two bridal chambers, and
PHILLIP JOHN HcKee. master at having been unable to serve since the Gun Store will remove from Its
and also made him a present of $10,
the beginning of the present term,
it is the intention of the company to arms.
present quarters in the Kelsey block with which to buy a new Bible. After REGISTERED HOLSTEINS FOR
make these noted throughout the
WALTER AUSTEDT. teaman.
8 A LB
to one of the store rooms In the supper the evening was spent singing
coast for the elaborate manner in
HENRY A. HEATER, seaman.
I have some fine Noting registered
Jacobs building The purpose of this sacred songs. Reverend Hanson will
which they shall be furnished
Holstein bulls for sale; A-l stock and
LEO RENMOKE. seaman
The Klamath Development Com change of location Is to secure more
depart for Kansas, his future home, acclimated. M. F. LOO8ELEY, Ft.
The third floor is practically a re
HARRL REAVES GARDE, sea pany has offered grounds for tha use room, so as to permit of the Installa
in a few days. He has been visiting Klamath, Oregon.
plica of the second. On the fourth man.
of the baseball enthusiasts and a del tion of a double regulation bowling
Hanson, his son, during the win
floor will also be located some guest
RALPH BERKMAN, ordinary sea egation will Inspect them thia after alley and four |>ool and billiard
Mr. Hanson is 73 years old.
chambers, as well as the servant man.
noon, with the view to having the tables Mr. Chambers states that he
able In the work and highly
quarters, linen rooms, houskeeper’s
MAXIE BARNARD, ordinary sea grounds put in shape. The grounds will increase his stock of sporting
attohnkv at law
offices and room* The building is to man.
are laid out for a park and offer a goods and carry a line of sporting appreciated by all who know him
About two weeks ago John Cole General Law Practice State and Fed
be heated with the hot water from EDWARD ALBERT MOLIN', marine. most desirable location for ball
articles that will be second to none an this is the real thing, an actual
the springs which will also be piped
The men were buried at Cavite A grounds.
in the State. During his business which Domore got the worst of It,
to all of the rooms
of Land Titles
court of inquiry is Investigating the
career here Mr. Chambers has proven being badly Injured in the back and
Along the second floor will be the matter.
First National Bank Block
Registered at the Livermore are: himself to be a wide-awake hustler, breast. He has been confined to his
which will be reached
D. W. Cox, Merrill; L. H Doten. Mer and th* fact that he has found It
through a hall and French windows
F B. Creery, of Oiene. |a in the rill; R McKenzie, Riverside, Cal ; necessary to take such a big step in bed ever since. Domore Is an Indian
and Col«* is a half-breed
The structure is to be fully equipped city, having met with an accident in D N Cluster. Seattle: Thomas H.
advance speaks volumes for the suc
with fire escapes
which he lost one finger. He is do Haupt, Findlay. Ohio; F W. Bltley, cess which he has met—a success
0»rw4 OalyinUteria«* Kmlaw ta-
Miss Nellie Faught has gone to
Quarter-sawed pine is to be used ing well under th* doctor’s care.
wtGto la Or»goa. Write forUa*
San Francisco; J. 8. Baker, Portland. that has been well deserved.
Bonanza to visit her father.
Before You Buy Your Winter
Canned Goods, Sugar, Beans
MONARCH MERCANTILE COMPANY
E. L. ELLIOTT