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Fulls this week on busluess with a
R. M Harlan is helping W I
to farm the olace he re-a nil
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
I'O'iyht of John Lind.
V I* Hodge Is mak< 2 a mice,. i< I
alfalfa on a dry plet v ot ground Ilia United Press Service
WASHINGTON D l'.. April 13.
example 1- worth iulicwing
1» conference lasting half an
.Miss Nett Drew was at lu>iu»- from
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
her Klamath Falls school work for .1 hour at the White House between
President Taft und Representative
All communications submitted for publication in the columns of this visit over Saturday ami Sunday.
Hill of Connecticut, the latter re
paper will be inserted only over the name of the writer. No non de plume
Chris. L. Crowley ot Ling«II Va
articles will be published.
?cy was ’n tin \ alley HatiuMn Ini.' ported that the Congreaalonal Inves
tigation of the sugar trust would be
Lg tuule coitv He Is a wit • g.;y
Some parties from Riverside, < til inexpedient at this time Mr. Illll I«
was in lUtiry Monday looking i.l chairman of the committee on expen- 1
dilutes of the Treasury Department,
some land w'th the expeccetion « f
to which the Fitsgerahl résolution
W hole 'linking a purchase.
providing for the Investigation ««» '
DAYE SHOOK MEETS W ITH
Will Shook was ut the Falls la t
Body—Maki* You III. Isniguhl
reft rred. As a result of the confer !
HEAVY I/OSS FROM FIKE
enee. Hill will not report the resulti-1
Sick kldueys weaken the body horses, so that team was saved from | tion from the committee, on account
through the continual drainage of life burning in the barn.
of the possibility that tin- Investiga
one Hundred Torn» of llay. All Farm
With his housebuilding and Its
giving albumen from the blood into
tion. If undertaken, might result In
ing Implements and Har
the mine, and the substitution of farm work 011 hand at the same time the granting of Immunity to the of
; | t.M'uous. uric acid that goes broad
fenders in case they testified before
cast through the system, sowing the any man in the valley.
.Mrs A. L. .Micheál, accouipuuicd b»
BONANZA, April 7.—One of the seeds of disease Loss of albumen
most disastrous Art's that ever visit«»« causes weakeness. languor, depres- Mis: .»s Kittle Wells and hmnin Lis- j Il. T. Irland. wife and son arrived
Uric poisoning causes rheu- key. took a buggy ride up tn ■ valley Tuesday from Hau Dl< go aflei a five
this section of the county occurred sion.
pain. nervousness, nausea, Saturday last for a vim among I years' absence from this city
at the Dave Shook ranch last night
Irland says that in his travels he saw
when the barn located on his prop cricks iu the back, gravel and kidnev fricuds.
Miss Jenuie Wolf, a sister of Mr - no place that looked better than
erty was destroyed by fire. The stones, The proper treatment is a
flames were discovered it about 10 kidney treatment, and the best reme Jue Welch. Is enroute from Bloomlii. - Klamath Falls
o'clock and had gained such headway dy is Ikian's Kidney Pills. Here is dale. Ind., for Dairy, having been tel
that It was impossible to save any of a good proof tn the following testi egraphed for because of the illness of
the contents of the structure. As a monial:
John Faught has taken so much
S. P. Jones. Jacksonville. Ore.,
result. .Mr. Shook will sustain r. loss
that will be dos*» to 310.<‘00 ami one says: "I suffered for a long time from land tu farm this spring that he Is To the Stockholders of tile Klatnath
kidney trouble and although I used certain to be late with some of It, al
Water Users' Association.
that will fall heavily on hint
Thirteen head of horses were many remedies, I was unable to ob though he has three big teams ut
You are hereby notified that a sp«»-
stabled in the barn and all of these tain relief. My rest was broken many work plowing.
meeting of the stockholders of
G. G. Anderson of Dairy hus traded
were burned to death. Among them times during the night on account of
the Klamath Water Users' Asaocia-
were some of the finest animals in irregular passages of the kidney se
tlon will be held in the Houston1
the county. There were 100 tons of cretions and in the morning I felt a pair of work horses and some cash i Opera Hous«», Klamath Falls, Oregon.
hay, a large quantity of graiu, har miserable. My general health was al to boot. He is breaking a lot of new Saturday. April the 16th. 1910. at'
One day 1 read 01 „touud tu pu( In u crop ou tlr the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. for the|
ness for eighteen head of horses, a so run down.
complete equipment of farming Im Doan's Kidney Pills and deciding to spring.
pur|M>sc of Increasing the par value
Harry Mills, the bach«*.« r home-
plements. one wagon, a light road try them. I procured a box. In a very
of the shar»»« of stock of the said
ster and other articles of value nec short time after using them I felt stea»!« r in the northern par of the 'association from the sum of 330 per
essary in the conduct of a modern better and I was soon without a sign 1 alley, 1 as at Dairy Saturday bring- ¡share to the sum of 330 per share, |
ot kidney trouble. I always keep lug tu 1 u > ket some 40 doxt * *>f egg* and for tho further purpose of au- <
The structure, which was 100x60 Doan’s Kidney Pills in the house and lie r».iu. 1 men sine«* invested in »01 > • thorialng the Board of Directors of
feet, was locally known as the old believe there is no remedy equal to "»•' hen: and is gathering their f*ult the said association to levy assess- '
Callahan barn and was located about them for kindey complaint."
ments against the stock subscriptions
It is surprising how mm- people of the said association sufficient In
one-quarter of a mile from the resi
For sale by all dealers.
dence occupied by Mr. Shook The cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. ure out ri rveying the heavens l i fort amount and against each and every
neighborhood was aroused, but no at New York, sole agents for the United sunup t . se mornings who ar.» accus- share subscribed to reimburse and to
tempt was made to subdue the flames States.
to med to sleeping an ha .* later pay back to the stock subscribers un-1
as they had wrought the greater part
Remember the name—Doan's— They are ot looking for Halley s der what is known as the “Upper
of their havoc when discovered. No and take no other.
c »met But the chances ->f seeing 't Project" such amount or amounts as j
cause can be given for the origin of
have been very slim, because of the such subscriber or subscribers have
the fire. The theory of spontaneous
from time to time paid to said asso-1
combustion is scouted. The loss is
The Dairy public school will close elation upon the assessments made
Mrs. J. L. Padgett, who has been in three more weeks. The pupils seem
all the heavier since it comes at the
and levied by the Board of Dir«?ctors |
l>eginning of the season, leaving Mr. sick for several weeks, is not improv to be assiduous in their studies and
of said association for the accom- >
Shook without the necessary equip ing very fast.
are making commendable prog-ex.«, plishment of tho purposes of this as- j
ment to farm his ranch.
but it is noticeable that the teacher. soclation; said stock subscribers bo-1
went to the Falls Monday.
Miss Kittie Wells, Is not chargable
S. Padgett and Mrs. Pratt have im with the weakness ot pushing them (Ing limited to those whose stock sut>-
SIX FIREMEN MISSING FOL
sc: ’ptIon.i are hereafter cancel'cd by
LOWING NEW HAVEN FIKE proved their tow n lots by building a ahead of their grades.
the Secretary of the Interior.
neat fence around the same
.Mr. .■ Iron, who lately b ugiit tb«*
ALBERT E ELDER.
Believed They Met Death When Roof
N. P. Edwards passed through 'asper Bennett place, expo- to make
Water Users' As
of Building Collapsed
Keno Saturday. He reports that .Mrs. an extensive experiment *n chicken
Elgin at Topsy has sold her timber
NEW HAVEN. Conn., April 13.— and a new sawmill is to be built near raising the coming summer II. an’i-
This afternoon Chief Fancher report the Topsy grade and work on the mill < pates laising some 2.000 l.eir. l>. -
fore fa t i :*d to reach a ric • Harvest
ed six firemen missing, and it is will begin in a few days.
if cash I cm the eggs they id. uext
tion la indicat
feared that all were killed when the
Judge Durham, of Grants Pass, and winter, when prices are at their best
ed in all ordi
roof collapsed and fell on the third Mr. Harris and bis engineers were in
nary diseases of
floor of the county jail, where the Keno last week looking at the prop-
measure ot success with whl'ti to»
firemen were working. The missing erty are buying.
"b« rearing and keeping <<f
men are Captain Chapman, Lieuten
.Mrs. Snowgoose has sold her Keno
g'.od effects be
ant Dougherty, and Firemen Buckley, ranch to Mr. Harris, the man who so large a number of chickens in one
Cullum, McGrath and Mortell.
from tbo very
purchased the McCormick property. difficult matter.
The fire started in the chair factory
*lrst. It Is com
.Mr. Harris has purchased the saw
The Shooks ar«- convinced that the
posed of tLs
of the county jail and destroyed the mill and will move it to the Snow-
which consumed their big barn
purest and the
building, threatening the business goose property and erect it on the j fire
wa8 o( jnCendiary origin, but unfor-
section of the city by igniting a num ground where the Long I^ake mill was 1
ber of small residences. Four fire burned a few years ago. This is one I
and other har
men were seriously injured, one fa of the best locations on the Klamath showing just who was the perpetrator
mful drugs be
tally. The entire department is out River. Timber can be moved directly of the crime. Barns do not ;aki fire
spontaneously very often. -i:i'i
fighting the flames.
from the saw to boats There will dally at this time of the year, long
The many dis
When the fire started there were be abundant room for itooming logs,
315 prisoners in the building and and as soon as the railroad is built after the hay and grain ha.- been
these became panic stricken. Finally from Worden to the (tower plant near stored.and the last man who was in
o'< lock I' .nt
’he police department, deputy sher Spencer Station, lumbei can be ship th«- structure tat 9
iffs and militia moved them to the ped by rail, as the road will come night ) neither smokes nor drinks.
der her liable
various police precincts, where they within a few rods of the mill—and
to many runctlonal disorders that
not only tend to destroy her comfort
are closely guarded. It is believed the report is that the railroad will crimes to seeking for a motive for
and happiness, but which gradually
dastardly act all flnge-x ».-« mt
the fire started from crossed wires.
be built in the near future.
merge into chronic and serious dis
ucint in one <!<section.
Z. J. Powell is making all neces
Nyal’s Vegetable Prescription Is
without a peer for the successful
sary arrangements for opening an,
Parties wishing sagebrush
treatmnet of female weakness, pain
up-to-date confectionery and cigar ■
Albert Bergdorf has completed
cleare». call on or write,
fill and disordered menstrutatlon,
store about May 1 in the building' putting in of his crop.
W. W. MA8TEN,
now occupied by the Davenport cafe. I
vise Zelma Sedge will vhdt ''"12-3tf
pains,” inflammation and falling of
This In a remedy of I
REPORT OK TIIW CONDITION OF
THE FIRST TRUST « no SAVINGS BANK
nt Klamath Falls, in the State of Oregon, at the doso of business,
January 31, 1910.
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
THIRnEN HORSES ME BURNED
Loti uh and Discounts .
Bonds, securities, etc.........
Ranking house, furniture, and natures
Duo front banks (not reserve banks)
Duo front approved reserve banks
Chocks and other cash Items
Cask 09 hand
A STEADY DRAIN
I 35,000 00
I 1,585 00
Capital stock paM in
Undivided profit*. less oipenava and taxea paid
Individual depoalta subject to chuck
Dominili < i rtith atex of deposit
t ' i in cm I iScstoa ot deposit
• b po itta
State of Oregon.
County of Klamath, ) sh
I, J. W. Helmens, Cashier of the abo' «»-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
•ad 1- It- t
J W HEIMENH, Cashier.
U. W. BALDWIN.
J A. MADDOX, Director*!.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7tb day of February,
E. L. ELLIOTT. Notary Public.
Before You Buy Your Winter
Don't forget to get our price.* on
Canned Goods, Sugar, Beans
Dried Fruits and everything
in the Grocery Line.
can’t beat it in quality
MONARCH MERCANTILE CIMPANY
A Splendid Overall
for every use.
ly full. 1 wo
MURPHY. GRAM I (0.
Cor. 7th and Main Streets
C. C. BROWER
COUNSELOR AT LAW
KLAMATH VALLS. OREGON
ROOMS 7 A 9, MURDOCK BLOG
One bay horse, 2 or 3 years old,
United States Commissioner weight about 1000 pounds, no brands
visible, camo to my place on Seven-
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
Mlle about November 1, 1909 Owner
nay have same by paying charges
Office, Third and Main, opposite City
E. A. KOONTZ
Fort Klamath, Ore, February II,
WILL A. LEONARD
DR. C. P. MASON
Office in American Bank A Trust Com
BENSON A STONE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
E. L. ELLIOTT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
zffix MOTHER CRAY’S
A e *.
I have some fins young registered
Holstein bulla for sale; A-l stock and
acclimated, li. r. LOOSELEY, Ft
Offlce Crlnler-Stllta Bulldlug
General Law Practice State and Fed
Examiner of lai nd Titles.
Flrat National Bank Block
A OtUiniUii' ifo» FevrrlEhRf
and Trust Bldg.
KLAMATH FALLS - OREGON
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citato Is Ororm. Wrtto for Cto-