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a new 22-borse-power Maxwell auto- visitors here Friday and Saturday treasurer of the I niliqie mirili Tel..-
Murreaco wall tints at Bambcr A
J. D. McDaniel of Lakeview akd C.
I Mahon was In the city iron.
Mr. anil Mrs L. F. Willits line.
T. Shnw of Medford are registered nt gone to Portland to attend the Ro».'
J. C. Weiss was u visitor in the city
Sam Itaal of Dorris was in the city the American.
from Fort Klamath.
O. Whitmore arrived ou Suuiluy
W. E. Purdy bus returned troni
F. E. Ankeny has sold his cigar
John Irish returned Saturday to from San Diego, Cal., to look over Medford, where he hits been (or th.
and confectionery business.
the country, with the view to locat past several weeks
the Sacramento valley.
Miss Iona L. Applegate of Drain,
Colonel Pratt of the Warten Con-
I. S Davis and wife were visitors in ing.
who has been teaching in Klamath the city Friday from Merrill
E. G Houk and Eddie San try came struciiou company Mi tor Portland
county, left Monday morning
Miss M. E. Jones catne In Thursday down from Crescent City in their on Wednesday's train
C. E. Evans, general manager of from her ranch iu 1-angell valley.
machine, and will »top In Klamath
Mrs. 8. E. Martin and children i f
the Weed Lumber company, is stop
Merrill are guests ut the home of M
N W. Deal mid wife of Kono w ne Falla for a short time.
ping at the Hotel Livermore.
Charles Plummer, an employe of and Mrs. E. B Ramsbi
I guests at the Lakeside Inn Friday.
T J. Scott, a late arrival in Klaui-
\ L. Leavitt left Wednesday for
F. Houston anil wife went to Port lb.' Meadow Lake sawmill, was struck
ath Falls, has purchased a four-room land Sunday morning to take in the on the head by u cable while ut work Portlund to take In the Rose Carnival
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cottage from Nelson Rounsevell.
In the mill Thursday.
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and attend to other business
E. P. McCornick is iu the city for
Percy Scholl cut the tendon» of
R Beach, who has been looking
J. W. Dixon and family arrived on
tbe purpose of giving his personal at Thursday from Roseburg to visit bis three fiugera of his left hand with n after private Interests in Iduho for
tention to his extensive interests in
broken bottle, and will carry his arm several months, Ims returned to this
son. J. A. Dixon of Merrill.
in a sling for some time.
G. A. Krause bus been appointed
Little Marie, the daughter of Dr.
Alex Martin Jr. Is the tatest nielli,
Rambo, a recent arrival from Van Deputy County Clerk, vice Perry De mules, dairy cows and swine than any ber to be udded to the automobile
couver, is quite ill. Dr. Hamilton is laip. who will return to Berkeley this other country, and more cattle than club of thia city, bla much Ine having
arrived her«1 Mondai evening
A Freuch scientist has perfected an any other except British India.
Otto Ge6sl. tbe man who was stab
Ed Santee and E. G. Rourk. aftvt
bed in the neck while engaged in a apparatus for taking instantaneous for some time. Is now rapidly Improv I looking after bu»lnesa affairs In the
anti 1 lofsn eim
quarrel a few days ago. has returned photographs under water with the Ing. and his complete recovery Is re city for a few days, returned in their
■uii of a magnesium flashlight.
to his labor near Merrill
machine to Crescent Wednesday
lasts arc a positive cure lor fool ills.
garded as sure.
An international congress on radi
Senator Weed, who made the rec
Horse owners will be interested to
Meadames Umbuch. Florence nnd
ord breaking time from Lakeview to ology and electricity will be held at know that II. II Nichole of Riddle. Yount came in by way of nutomobile |
Klamath Falls in five hours and forty Brussels this year tinder the auspices Ore., is here buying horses for a stage from luikevlew Tuesday night and I
of the Belgian government.
minutes, was in the city Monday.
line in Douglas county.
left (or portland on the morning
The first town in the country to ,
II Itachley and T. C. Bechle.v of train to view the Rose Carnival.
Mr. Price of the Oregon Independ
ent Telephone company left for Mid adopt electric light for general illutu- , Iowa are looking over the country
Mr. and Mrs. I. \ Fitzpatrick of
land on Monday, with E. J. Evans 11nation was Wabash, Ind., which in-* with a view of investing. They left Marysville, Calif., arrived on th«- train
Sole Arfedts for
i In Mr Gray 's tunchlne for Crescent Tuesday evening Mr. Fitzpatrick
to look after business affairs at that 'stalled arc lamps March 31. 1SS0.
, For the first time in the history of Wednesday.
will be employed by Mr. Winters, one
Mrs. Chas. Sherlock of Lakeview, the petroleum industry, California
Robert Alexander, u recent arrival of Klamath Falls' lending jeweler?
who has been visiting with friends last year ranked first among tie' from Fowlerville. Mich., has made men.
at the Lakeside Inn for the past states in the amount of oil produced. I arrangements to build an eight-room
The 2-year-old Infant of Mr. and
We carry the largest and most up-
week, left for her home on Monday
Norway prohibits physicians dls- house In the Hot Springs nddltlon. Mrs. J.ihn II .Mnrtln <.f Merrill died
to-date line of Men’s Shoes ¡n
in an automobile driven by her broth i'-‘using medicine in cities or towns Mr. Alexander and family have come at the home of the patents of Mrs.
er, A. H. Hammersley.
where pharmacies are convenient, i to stay, and report that they are very Martin in Scott's Vailejr, Calif., last
The Klamath Falls Chamber of 1 and also forbids pharmacists prescrib- i much enthused with the conditions Friday. The remains were burled nt
here, and expect to purchase more that place.
Commerce is working for a Federal ( ing.
Next Door to Postoffice
Wm. Il.nii'lw right of Springfield
fish hatchery on Spring Creek. Tbe | New York is experimenting with city property, as well as to In vont In
has purihased the R. M . C. Brown
state fish warden has been asked to street cars driven by electric motors i ranch lands.
send a quantity of steelhead fry for which get their power from gai en-
The steamer Klamath was launch- ranch nt Round Inke.
II.. then pointed out to the directors
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pines mounted below the flooi j of tho ¡ rd Tuesday. Mr. Doty, who trans- of 240 acres, and is on«* of the best
♦he Upper Klamath lake.
nn.l put ions of the »cbuol to improv.'
ferred the steamer from LakeEwau- ranches In the country. Mr. and Mrs
Mrs Chamberlain and her daughter cars.
Olirne Public School. District No the school grounds unit to furnisk
The first important discovery <>I na, is receiving the congratulations Brown expect to remove to Oregon
Cecile, of Independence, Ore., re
4, t losed hiHt Friday, lune 3. with a furniture nnd apparatus fot th-
turned Saturday- evening, to spend ratuial gas in Europe has been made of his friends on the successful man City.
Rev. W. H Wlddoes nnd family picnic in Mi Ktnn. y « grovr. threc- K.'h.Mii building.
the summer with Mrs. Chamberlain's tr. Hungary through two shepherd ner in which he completed his con
The dinner bell rang Tie* multi
other daughter, Mrs. C. H. Under beys lighting the vapors Meaning tract. The Klamath will be placed In are guests at the home of his broth fourths of u mlta »outhcii»t <>t < »lene
came forward and u .-re seated
commission in about two weeks.
tables which were .plead with
Ber’ Witherow is the possessor of
J. Frank Adams ; nd son "wTu" were
Neil Campbell has been elected
•ionary for the United Brethren rtagi'H w.Te <een .onilug from nil all the dainties of the i scaso ti such
church, and will sail from Seattle on direction» tu tli< picnic grounds ur. would not only .1» hi .not to ptan-
The Hchool bell rnng. ami on roll hut to any school district of the
there wu» «nly «>nv pupll found state, as well ns the county.
C P. Gregory wishes to announce
Director Moore returned thank» to
that he has employed Mr P. Hogar- absent. Ml»a Rane of Poe Valle)
dus to work on collections and insur wa» ii-k.'d t<> fili thè varani piaci’ <»n God for Ills lx.iit.tlf.il bleasliigk. aad
the tabi.'« soon lost a part of their
ance In both this city and county. Any thè program,
Hut after th.' multitude had
one having collections to be looked Ing u choice
w.-re satl»ti<d. the remark
after will do well to place them in
»«» Illude by n large nuuilHT that
^ind to the entertainment
Mr. Gregory's hands.
After the pupils hud their thirst there was enough left fot a. man
Arrival» at Hotel Livermore
Bechely and F. C. Hechcly, Iowa. H qui ti< h< <1 by lemonudv »crved by the more
The following sch.sil districts were
B. Lovell, C. R. Moner, Sacramento; teachcr, thè teacher stall’d that th.'
Walter 11. Schulze. Itochesti-r. N. Y.; pupll» had made thelr own nelection» |. presented at the picul.
E E. Bonnell, H. Norton, San Fran- nud that there had not been any of ley District No 2. Ixiwer Poe Valley
cisco; E. A Spaulding. Phoenix, thè regular school hours taken In Pin. Grove, Merrill, Bonanza. an.l
Arlz ; II D Coe. Chico; T. 8. Forest thè way of preparation the only main strangers with whom Hie writer
I the way of preparation was not acquainted Poe Valit i No
J. 8. Baker, Portland. .Mr. and Mrs prn.'tlcv In
liud b<*en duilng the Intermissions 2. where Mr Fitzgerald had laugh',
8. J. Carlisle, Rocky Point.
Willis A Son. the new furniture The followlng program wan rendered: win probably the largest of the out
"Chlldren'» Day" siile H. hoola represented
dealer» who have lately come here Recltatlon
Dinner la-lng served. the juvenile»
from Erie. Pa., opened their »tore on
My Own United Statini" amused themselves by playing gamen,
East Main street Friday, and while Song
while the adults were debuting the
they have not unpacked ull their
. "Mormonism" advisability of celebrating the Fourth
good» yet, did quite a little trade by Oration
at Dieno by having games, hor»<*
W J. Fltzgerald
way of a »tarter. Mr. Willie and hl»
"Joe" racing and a barbecue
»on are enthtiHiastic about Klamath Récitation
At a late hour the crowds atar teat
Fall», and they arc well stitlsfiod with
'Expectation“ homeward, expressing thcins.lv.» »
their venture already.
having spent a very pleasant and
G. E. McDonald, the architect, who
day. and hoping that the tim<
tar been in Klamath Fall» for the
was not far off when the Diene school
past few weeks, ha» decided to locate
"At Graduation Time" would give n similar pieni.
here permanently, and will fit up Recitation
Miss Zetta Taylor
offices where he will engage exclusive*
The First ThouxMid
"My Mamma's Darling"
)y In archectural work. There are a Reeltntion
thè first thousand dollar»
number of persons hero who
Ruth" thnt's hard lo gct."
Mr. McDonald when ho waa state Recitation
‘That’» righi,** asaerted thè ownet
architect for Nebraska, and speak
of thè garage "After you separate
I I Recitation Moat Obliging Little
very highly of his work.
••ni from that tbey'll lootwn lo ani
Sister"- Kuby Blade
extern." Kansas City Journal
REAL ESTATE TKANMFKKH
There ure no automobile factories
"College Oil Cans"
I Fui nisticil by Ibi ïlmtni. t E':riu of
In Russia, carriage and bicycle build
M iimoii A Slough
era Importing the parts and a» »etri
Declamation. "Kitty Knew About
bling the few machines built In that
AiigUHt Bueiiing to John J. Maehl,
lot 3, blk 13. Klamath Falls; >6,700 Recitation "The Schoolhouse by the
Way,” Miss Anderson
George F. Elliott to R. H. Spencer,
Tom Richardson. secretary of the
................................ "My Bonnin"
|SH of 8W H, 8W U <>f 8EH and lot
Development league, has re
Ry the School, nnd parody by
| 3, sec. 30-39-9; >10.
llanH P. GjellHtad to F. P. Hixon,
After the school exercises speeches
¡EH of WH sec. 11-24-11; >10.
were made by Mr». Moore of Poe
Vancy Hosiery, Neckwear, Em-
carry a complete line of
E H of BE H of sec. 6, and BW H of Valley, Messrs. Taylor and Andrews,
" broideries, Laces, Lingerie
patrons of the school, and Director
* Preferred Stock Canned
8WH of sei'. 5-39-10; >734.
Moore. The speakers lauded both
Waists, Silk Waists, Muslin
and teacher, and asked that
Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes,
On Klamath Avenue
lot 5, blk. 53, Worden; >150.
Underwear, Silk Kimonas, Net
the teacher, Mr. W. J. Fitzgerald, bo
near O- K. Feed Barn
Cherries, Blackberries, Rasp
son. lot 16. blk. 29; lot 15, blk. 63; retained to teach the school for the
Waists, Silk Cloves, Kid Gloves
berries, Loganberries, Straw
lot 2. blk. 38; lot 13. blk. 39; lot 24. coming school year.
Kid Gloves, Fancy Dress Suit*
In the absence of the county school
blk 7X; lot 10, blk. 48; lot 1, bk.
berries, Pineapple, Pumpkin,
Mr. Fitzgerald made
ings, Wash Goods, etc.
35; lot II. blk 40, Whitelake City.
the closing remarks. In which ho
Corn, Peas, Tomatoes—Every
Oklahoma and Oregon Townsite thanked the parents for assisting him ö F. T. ALLEN AND
thing in canned goods
company to J. R. Creath. lot 24, blk. with hla school work, and thanked ? E. H. PATTERSON
78; lot 10. blk. 48; lot 1«, blk 29 ; the patrons and all who took part in
lot 15. blk. 63; lot 1. hlk. 36; lot making the picnic a grand success
' 11, blk. 40; lot 2, blk 38; lot 13.
Lace Curtains, Draperies, Mus
blk. 39. Whitelake City, Ore.; >1.
FRESH FRUITS AND VEG
lins, Table Linen, Sheets. Pillow
Central Oregon Improvement com
BERT E. WITHROW, Hecrstary
pany to E. G. Rourke, lot» 10. 11, 12,
Cases, Toweling, Fancy and
ETABLES ARRIVING ON
E. M. BUBB,
I hlk. 39; >900.
Plain Bed Spreads. All are
Vice I‘real dent an I
A. M. Smith to George P. Bray,
' h WH »ec 18-39-5; >10.
Central Oregon Improvement com
pany to ____
Mrs. w. E. O. Rourke, lot 12.
blk 14. Crescent, Ore.; >325.
N. 8. Merrill to Perl Merrill, lot 7,
blk 27, Mirrili; >10
I J. D. Carroll to George Noland,
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
. 8W% of NEH Hee 3-39-9; >1.
Daniel H. Ward to Riley Wood».
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
NWH of BEH sec 33-38-11 H; 110.
The Flörsheim Shoe
10 5 1
M. M. CO.
10 5 1
Klamath Department Store
Groceries, Dry Goods
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings
You can supply your needs here in the shortest
possible time and with the greatest possible
Numbers of people have
found this out, and we want you to
make a voyage of discovery here
the next time you want any
thing to wear to eat
New Blacksmith Shop
;; GENERAI BLACKSMITHING
•• Horseshoeing a Specialty
Klamath County Abstract Co., Ine