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There was a runaway In the upper
Emil Egart was in the city from
One-fourth off on pink and gold
part of the city Wednesday in which 1
table ware at □ Deal Saturday.
Bert Childers was a visitor In this Merrll Houston was thrown from the1
C. A. De La Monte Is a guest a!
One third off on all fancy china
To the Public and
the Livermore. Mr. De La Monte city Wednesday from his ranch at buggy and sustained a sprained I
Saturday at □ Deal
Deputy Sheriff Fred Wing
F. L>. Pierce, of Grand Junction. represents the International Corres Dairy.
especially to those
A. M Erickson waa a visitor Wed- jumped when the horses hit a tele
Colo., left last Tuesday for White pondence School.
who are hard to
Bargains Big ones In china and tiesduy from his camp on the Upper phone pole and was uninjured. The
Salmon, Wash., after a two weeks’
horses broke loose but were after- I
table ware. Saturday. April 3. at Lake.
visit in this city.
J. O. Hamaker, wielder of the edi- i
huggy la laid up for repairs.
W. H. Dolbeer, wife aud son. It. It Ills ranch Wednesday.
torial pen of the Bonanza Bulletin,
Frank Bloomingcamp and John
The launch Ewauna left Wednes
was in the city on business connected Brewbaker, wife and son and Miss
Hayes, lu a friendly wrestling bout I
[ McCullough went to Merrill Saturday day for Keno.
with his journal.
J. W Manning, of Spring Lake, in front of the opera house, started
Mrs. 8. P. White, wife of 8. P. afternoon, where they s|>ent Easter
to" go through the window and lake
was in the city Wednesday
White of the Big Basin Lumber Com- j 1 Sunday.
pany. left Tuesday for her home at ' Five wagons loaded with farm ma
Ed Murtln and family were visitors the glass with them. The gentlemen
then Informed the management they 1
chinery were sent out from the South- Wednesday from Morrill.
Weed after a visit in this city.
Clay Ratcliff leaves today (or a would be around in the morning with
F. B. Houston, president of the eru Pacific freight depot Saturday
a new paue.
| i week's visit at Merrill.
uew Hot Springs Hotel Company. left morning for points in the valley.
The Farmers' Exchange received , Clay Ratliff left Wednesday (ol ii
Tuesday morning for Ashland
REV. GKO. T. PRATT IN
returned Wednesday uight
five tons of peas Friday, all but a Tuesday night from Reddlug. Cal
CALLED FOR ANOTHER YEAH
W. J. Fitzgerald expects to finish very little of which have been sold
The Llskey boys took a bunch of I
the spring term of school at Olene
Kid McLellan, of Sacramento, an- ' ^thirteen horses to Modoc Point Wed i
tiniual .Meeting of Members of Pre*,
nounees that he will box Kid Mor- ueaday.
bytcrinn Church Hehl
Ewauna Circle will give a hard- rissev, of Klamath Falls, if the ref-
J. 8. Baker went up the lake Wed
times party at the Red men hall on eree is a Sacramento or San Fran nesday on the Curlew to his railroad
The annual business meeting and
of the members of the Presby
Bargains Big ones in china and
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Biehn returned
G. Holmes and wife left Tuesday
Church was held last night,
table ware. Saturday,
Saturday. April 2. at j home Sunday night after an ex- morning for Chicago for the benefit
It was attended by seventy members
tended trip in Southern California of Mrs. Holmes' health
of the congregation mid much Ínter
G. L. Chase has sold his ranch at for Mrs. Blehn's health, which is
The steamboat left Wednesday
est was manifested in the affairs of
Keno and with his wife will return much improved.
morning at 5 o’clock, having aboard,
the church. Rev. George T. Pratt,
to Beswick. Cal.
Charles Loomis, wile and children besides other cargo. 4,000 pounds of
whose pastorate here has been one
John McCall started the foundation arrived in the city last Friday from barley.
for his new house on Jefferson street, Newport. Ore. Mr. Loomis, with his
Don't fail to hear E. F Zimmer of the most successful In the history
between Fourth and Fifth Tuesday, brother, owns a large number of acres man, assistant superintendent of the of this church, was unanimously
stage Tuesday morning.
, near Merrill, and he comes here for Anti-Saloon League. Thursday night called for the ensuing year. The de-
4t I I cisIon will afford every member of
Dave Wade was in from Bonanza,the purpose of taking up his resi- r.t the lrt>
deuce in Klamath County perma-
On the Lakeview stage Wednes- I the church, and cltlaons generally, ir
respective of denomination, a groat
Mrs. H. G. Wilson is a visitor from 1 nently. He was accompanied by a day were Mrs. Robinson, to Bonanza;
of satisfaction, for Mr. Pratt has
Mr. Conklin, who will be employed John Kelly, to Lake row. J Farmer,
himself to be a moat popular
C. E. Witter returned last Sunday ¡on the ranch.
During his paatorate the
E. E. Kirkendall was in the city
Marlon Loosley took a registered
from Redding, Cal.
j growth of the membership of the
Kid McLellan and Kid Curry left Friday from his ranch near Midland. bill' up the lake on the Wlnema on
church has been rapid and perma
He reports that the roads are im Wednesday to his ranch
for Dorris this morning.
nent. Starting with a mere handful
L. B. Applegate, wife and family
Miss Wakefield returned Monday proving in that section.
and having to meet with many hard
to her home at Pine Grove.
ships and disagreeable conditions, he
Clide Wade brought in a bunch Island, was a visitor in the city Frl- Tuesday night's train
j brought to bear all of the great ex-
Miss Etta Dolmas, formerly Mrs. i
of cattle from Merrill for shipment. day. bringing six fine mink which he
ecutivv ability with which ho la ru
Galarneau of this city, is visiting here
Mrs. Oscar Bunch arrived on the sold for «5 each.
Miss Anna Bagby. who has been for a few days from San Francisco. dowed and the good effect of lli«
Curlew Saturday from Ft. Klamath.
energy was Immediately showu In the
ill with pneumonia, a is
Wm. Ormsby and R. II Old per
George Kelly left Friday morning
change he wrought
passed the crisis and is reported t.s formed the strong-arm act by rowing
from here to Miller's Island and back
Lots of new post cards at the improving rapidly.
Sunday when he enrolled thirty
Square Deal Store.
W. P. Johnson, secretary and treas seven new members, bringing the to
Miss Rose Langer and mother are view stage Friday morning were Max
urer of the Klamath Development tal membership up to 150. The
visiting in this city.
Company, arrived in the city Tues virility and interest of the Hock was
Ice cream sodas daily at the East and 8. Cordal. to Lakeview.
indicated last evening when half of
Hon. H. L. Benson, who has been day night from San Francisco.
End Kandy Kitchen
the membership was present at the
Miss Frances Johnson, from Dorris.
couple of weeks, returned homo last left Tuesday morning for the ranch
was a visitor in the city Friday.
the most important ques
Walter Quinby visited his brother,
Hazel Arnet is recovering from •’
up for discussion was
return trip via Reno.
Gordon, who is on the sick list.
severe attack of pneumonia.
of a new church
Mrs. Grant is visiting her daugh
Joe Hogrefe is a recent .■-’•irai in
B. Van Sickle was in the city Fri
A committee was appointed to Inves
Klamath Falls from Cedaredge, Ci u..
day from his Swan Lake ranch.
Mrs. Bertha Conner has returned tigate conditions and report at a til
R. C. Spink, of Klamath Agency, and was found last Thursday among
after an absence of several ture meeting. when it will be de-
was in the city Friday on his way the Coloradoans at Colorn "o Head
elded whether the work will be un-
quarters in the Farmers' Excbacge. months.
home from San Francisco.
dertaken this year or not
K F. Britton was in the city from
Mrs. Lizzie Dale, from Klamath ( Visitors from Dorris returning on
The officers and trustees elected for
Agency, left on Tuesday morning's the train last Friday were Roy Ta
the ensuing year are as follows:
bor and wife. G. M. Sackville, Dr. brother on the Enterprise ranch.
train for her home in Colorado.
Rev. George T Pratt, moderator;
D. W. Cox, of Merrill, was In the
The box factory and mill at Ship Ackson, P. T. Tripp, C. McClure,
Martin. Jr., clerk; Dr. George
pington started up Tuesday with a John Hughes, C. T. and E. L. Silvers, city during the week
J. O. Swan, J B. Mason
Will Rhoades, of Merrill, was in
Jack Estes and Joe Rosenthal.
full force of about sixty men.
Next door to the Poetoffice, Klamath Falla, Ore.
,and H. C. Telford, trustees, O. P.
The dance given in the Houston
W. C. Davis, Southern Pacific rail
Gates, president; W A. D«lzell, treas
Opera House by the Woodmen Tues road engineer, is a recent arrival here the city from their ranch.
urer; W. P. McMillan. swerclary
Northern Cafe for chili and hot
day night was well attended and a and will take the engine on the work
Martin. Jr., and W E. Faught. '♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦••••♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦»O
most enjoyable time was had by those train.
I lunches. Jas. Estes, proprietor.
the business meeting a
New four-room modern cottage for
Levy Ward has returned to his
social hour was spent, during which
Nate Otterbein was in town Friday- ranch, taking out a fine lot'of trees
James Briscoe spent a few days in refreshments wore served. This was
morning en route to Merrill from his with him.
one of the enjoyable events of the
Poe Valley ranch.
F. Briggs, the night clerk at the the city from bis ranch near Merrill. year and afforded an opportunity for
John Ellis has returned home
J. O. Hoffman, one of the leading American, has resigned on account of
B«alUful dmiiuiN and cololett while th«* stuck la nvw
from a three months' trip to social intercourse that will provo ben
Radctss of this city, returned to Mid his health.
He says ___
he l tlon.
v. V. K'tykendall and family left Portland . and the north. ______
Robert Hunsaker sold a nne grey Sunday morning for a visit to Eti-j
Now is the time to seringa. Cheap and up to date
team to the Shipley Transfer Com gene, Portland and Salem.
THE FALL OF MAN
A marriage license was issued
pany Friday morning.
Riley Haskins has left the city to
Walter Van Walt has returned to I go on a logging contract with Dick Thursday to Mont. M Hamaker and
Iva Rose Lyons, both of Bonanza Mr
BAMBER & PEAIRS, The Decorators
Terminal City to resume work for Bright on the Upper Lake.
Lent's done! Didst stick it out,
Hamaker is a son of J. O. Hamaker, dear heart? Old Gaffer Browt., who
the dredger people.
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Mr. and Mrs H. Rabbes and Cbas. publisher of the Bonanza Bulletin.
Frank Shevlin was unable to make A. Thomas visited Col. J. W. Lathrop
! cwore he'd part from stogies during
Two Overland automobiles were re lx>nt. was caught consuming ro|>es
bis appearance in the ring Thursday- at his poultry farm Sunday.
BERT K. WITHROW, NseraUry
ceived here Thursday, one for George
night owing to a severe cold.
Mrs. H. Newnham and daughter, Hurn, the other for Claude Daggett that he bad bought despite his boast,
Mack Adams returned to Medford
E. M. BUBB,
Mrs. 1. S. Voorhees, left on Monday and Fred Schallock. They are each and Mamie Brown, who tattl-.d III
uemw ‘ it
Friday morning after a visit in this
Präsident an I
for Pasadena, Cal., where they were four-passenger machines, 1910 model.
city with bis brother, Charlie,
Demon Gum, was taken with the
called by the serious illness of Mrs.
Dr. DeArmand is a recent arrival
George Otto, mayor of Dorris, was
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Rte
Newnham's mother, who is not ex in the city from Grants Pass. He is goods, I vum, nine slabs between her
a visitor in the city Thursday, re-
ruby lips of Doper's Dappled Pepsin
pected to live.
looking over the country for a loca- Chips! Cute Harry Perch eschewed
turning on the morning train.
Joel T. Ward is erecting a palatial
W. I. Clark arrived here Tuesday
Mr. Roberts and son, of Mullin,
residence to be covered with canvas, from San Francisco, Mr. Clark is the sock that can be heard a city
Idaho, are visiting J. A. Houston, a
next to the Klamath Development connected with the company that block away, but O, with sheepish grin
brother-in-law of Mr. Roberts.
ho fell when polka dots came in. Ann
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
bought the holdings of the Buena
County people registered at the
The Meadow Lake Lumber Com Vista company and the street car Lizzie Smuck passed up her rat —
American Friday were G. 8. Kelly, J.
'and she had scraggly hair, at that! —
pany expects to tinisb the installation line,
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
O. Hoffman and J. W. Williams.
'but when Percival Hugg came home,
of the new boiler and machinery the tlon and may remain in the city.
Sam Deal, of Dorris, was a visitor
first part of the week.
Secretary of the Water Users' As til one cottage was too small to house
in the city Saturday.
R. S. Ricbardson and B. St. George sociation Elder is back from a trip to
W. E. Gordon was a visitor Satur
Ann Lizzie, rats and all. Old Fatty
ANOTHER ME NAILED
Bishop spent Sunday at the latter's the upper project and Langell Valley
day from Worden.
Griggs he cut out meat, and crossed
and reports most of the people as
L. H. Doten was in the city Satur homestead on Crystal Creek.
his heart he wouldn’t eat steak or
Mrs. W. O. Smith and children left willing to sign a release of contract. chop till Lent was by, but soon a air
day from Merrill.
The best proof of the effectiveness
The loading of tue big shot at loin caught his, and, in a shaky sort 'of any work Is the Interest It arouses
Dean Heavlin was in the city on a last Monday for Oakland, where they
It in worth .5» CKN1W TO VOI on
will visit for the next ten days.
Rattlesnake Point starts today and cf way, he bought the cut and snuck j in the object of the attack. Tills Is II IMircluuw of
visit from Dorris Saturday.
Louis Gerber left on Saturday's
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mills left last will continue for about a week. As i.way, and—, but he's the greedy best proved by the manner in which
train for California.
Monday for Salem and Portland, ; there are about 360 feet of tunneling bunch!—he had broiled and netved the enemies of the Herald and Re
Jack Connelly was a visitor from where they expect to spend the forth to be filled with powder, about fifty for lunch.
publican are Industriously circulating
tons will be used in the shot.
Wampus Saturday. He left the next coming two weeks.
erroneous statements about these
morning for Ashland.
Mrs. Taylor Barge arrived in the
Klamath Falls boasts work horses HOHNE IN PITCHED BATTLE
publications. The latest, and one that
Charles Graves has a five-passen city Sunday after a long absence that cannot be surpassed anywhere.
gained considerable headway, was from uh , amounting to
or mor. .
WITH ELOPING COI PLE
ger Overland automobile on the way in the East for health, which is much A horse buyer from Portland recently
I started yesterday. It Is io the effect < 'onte and urici from the larg<*.i
here from Portland.
offered Brier & Anderson «2,100 for United Press Service.
I that these publications have been sold stock ever brought to this conn fry ■
Luke Walker returned on Satur-1
Bud Hickman, Samuel Oaks, 8. L. six horses and his offer was not even
SAN DIEGO, Cal., March 29.- Re to other parties, They have not been
day from an extended visit through Pierce and Colonel Allison made a considered.
ports from Descana, a small hamlet sold and will not be. No offer would
out Southern California.
trip down the river Sunday by boat
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Pratt, about sixty miles from this city, tell be entertained, When the Herald (•< hh ! until April IO, 1910.
Dr. O F. Demorest, of Merrill, was to Peters’ landing and Wild Horse left last Tuesday morning for Salem, of a battle now In progress between and Republican go out of badness
in the city Saturday on business. He butte.
where Mrs. Pratt will remain until citizens and Thomas Foreman, aged they will do so with their colors fly
Mail orders |»romptly filled.
is accompanied by Mrs. Demorest.
H. Leroy made the dive off the top she fully regains her health, Her 17, who eloped with Gertrude Seifert. ing. The rumor was set afoot by
John Fisher is a recent arrival in of the bridge Sunday afternoon. He many friends will be glad to learn The pursuers are headed by the fath the president of one of the banks of
Klamath Falls. He is to be found was unable to put up his platform on that she has so far Improved as to er of the girl. It is reported that this city, but he lied when he made
with the Greeley Plumbing Company. account of the high-tension wires that be able to make this trip without the boy is surrounded in the brush. I the statement and he knew he was
Samples of bithulitic paving taken , cross the bridge. Leroy cut himself endangering her health.
This is the second time that the lying at the time he did so.
from the streets of Medford are on slightly on a snag in the river.
To those who have been working
C. C. Low is uu* a full-fledged couple has eloped. latst wck they
exhibition at the court house corner. ' Eugene Spencer is in from his officer of the city and may be seen started, but were caught at Santa ho assiduously to destroy the prop Kin innt b Falls.
James D. Hurdman, of the Dorris ranch at Wampus Tuesday.
most any hour of the day keeping a Ana. Last night the girl lowered erty of these publications It may be
Booster, was a passenger on Friday
J. F. Driscoll, of Bonanza, was a weather eye out for violations of the herself from a window by means of stated that the fight has not really
morning’s train. Mr. Hurdman was visitor in the city Tuesday.
stock ordinance. He states that he the bedsheets. The boy, In an auto, commenced yet, and If they have de
Clouds of smoke risina from tie
among the reporters last night at
W. W. Mendenhall was a visitor in has drawn the line on one thing only disappeared with his sweetheart, but luded themselves into thinking It has, cut above Terminal City indicate th'
the fight getting data for the benefit the city from his ranch Tuesday.
—chickens. The task of leading them was overtaken owing to a punctured they will wake up some of these fine progress and rapidity with which th'
of those in Dorris who were not pres- 1 Perry Messick, merchant, of Mac- to the pound he has delegated to tire. The girl’s father is a wealthy mornings and realize what a mistake steam shovel Is going through the
does, was in the city Tuesday.
they have made.
’ Chief of Police Townsend.
ground to the other aldo of fhe hili
5:30 and 9 o’clock p.
m.,Florsheim’s shoe man,
who is an expert, will be
at the Portland Store::::::
He can take your meas
ure and have your shoes
made to fit. This will
afford you a rare oppor
tunity to get any width,
length, shape or style of
shoes you may care for
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