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lake, where they will take u week's
S. O. and W. P. Johnson arrived
bare Monday evening.
M Fleet lets on Friday s stage
Born To the wife of Al Stalh-
Judge Benson left for Portland on
.nan, proprietor of the Littl«- Louvre, - Wednesday morning's train to attend
Harry Trainor of Merrill is in town a 14-pound boy.
some legal business.
on a business trip.
At the big sale! What? Why, the
Wiu. N. Kilis, son of John Ella of J
Miss Pearl Davidson was in the city entire stock of clothing, boots, shoes,
Fort Klamath registered at the Liv-|
from Midland Saturday.
hats, ladles' and gents' furnishings,
Mr. Kill» was on
A. D. Wooden of Merrill was in will be sold at cost. Prices talk at
his way home from school.
the city Friday on busin«*ss.
Goodrich’s Cash Store.
Miaa Cora E. P. Philips, who has
H J. Christmas was in town from
A deed from th«* State of Oregon to
his home near Dairy Friday.
J. Conners was picked up In the hall b*-«*n teaching ut Bly, and her »later,
Guy Merrill was in town Friday, way of the courthous«* today and left Della, were passengers on Monday's
r i . '»A j I
and registered at the Livermore.
in the care of the clerk. The deed train, en route to Salem, where
Miss Mary and Mamie Erickson of has not been recorded.
A. Cameron and W J Irwin, at«
A crew of men started tearing up
Modoc Point are visiting friends in
the State asylum, ar-
the crosswalks from the depot to the
M J. Phelan of Seattle is in the
city. .Mr. Phelan represents a Mil for the work of paving the streets. ties that have been declared insane t
hacck with them to Salem.
That is to be begun later on.
waukee brush factory.
O. M. Hex-ton returned ou Friday
Mrs. Harradon and daughter of Se
M. J. Rush of Chehalis. Wash., has
attle arrived on Saturday's traiu on from Portland, where he has been en purchased from Otto F. Anderson SO
a visit with Judge and Mrs. George joying the beauties of the Rose car acres near Midlaud, the consideration
nival. Mr. Hector states that It was being 23.000. Mr. Rush will bring
Miss Mabel Campbell left Saturday one of the most gorgeous sights he Ills family here about July l«t.
morning for Sacramento and San 'ever witnessed.
Ralph Hartin of Roseburg. Ore.,
Francisco. expecting to be absent
Miss Campbell, one of the popular left
young lady teachers of Klamath company with Mr. Seagard Mr. Hur
about a month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Worden and son Falls, left on Friday's train for tin goes to bring back bis wife, who
Donald returned from San Francisco ^an Francisco, where Mie wil’ rpend has been visiting with relatives.
a few weeks visiting friends there
N. J. Reasoner and J. A. Smith, two
D M. and J. S. Griffith were in . and a’so in Sacramento.
youug men from Ashland, speut Sun
the city Friday from their summer
Robert Foster of San Francisco ar- day in the Falls. They are on an out
resort at Eagle Ridge.
. rived Friday night to visit for a ing trip, and expect to spend some
Frank Adamek. wife and children week with his brother-in-law. Silas time in the vicinity of Title lake
took passage on the Merrill stage i Obenchain. Mr. Foster is connected
Miss Mabel Nickerson,who is a for-
Monday to join the Bohemian colony- with the Prudential Insurance compa
OpyrlgM Hart h«faa<b«r A Mar«
resident of Klamath Falls, hav
ny of America. Mrs. Foster has been
Mrs. Nelson, wife of Herbert Nel - here about a month.
s|>end the summer visiting withrela-
son, salesman for the Farmers' Im
Neil Campbell left on
plement company, left on Saturday ruorning train for I-os Angeles, having tlvos and friends. Miss Nickerson Is
n neice of W. W. Nickerson of thp
for Detroit. Mich.
received word that his wife is quite
Emmitt B«*eson and wife have r«»- ill. It will be n«*cessary that she be Monarch .Mercantile company.
turned from their Rigue River ranch, operated on. but Mr. and Mrs. Camp
A. E. Crance has purchased the
where Mr. Beeson has been looking bell's friends hop«* that she wil) un John Hammond property on Bush
The only exclusive men’s store in the city
after his hay- crop.
dergo th«* operation successfully and street, between Ninth and Tenth,
Miss Nina Noel leads in the contest soon regain her strength and health. from John Hammond of Popcnish,
Next door to the Postoffice
Klamath Falls, Oregon
for Goddess of Liberty. Miss Noel
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Applegat«* left Wash. The property was purchased
has 1167 votes, while Miss Sanderson
Saturday morning for Oakland, where through the C. P. Gregory company,
has 549 and Miss Boivin 347.
consideration being 2-1,300
they will be present at the marriage the
Miss Nett R. Drew, one of the prin of their daughter. Miss Alice, which
L. F. Cronemiller, G. D Crone
Mrs O. L. Carter will leave Friday about the tlr.t of July to make thia very much wrought up over th* af
cipals of th«* public schools for the wil! be solemnized in that city on the miller. R. T. McKee. W. I,. Dutton
for Dallas, Salem. Portland their home.
fair, and that It would not go well
coming year, drove in from her home 15th. Miss Applegate will be married i and Henry Newell, students from Cor
and other points, where she will visit
There will be an excursion to Fort with Harrold should he fall Into their
near Dairy Saturday morning.
to Emil Feil of Ashland. After the vallis. were passengers on Monday’s for several weeks with friends and Klamath nest Sunday to wltne»n the
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Spaulding of ceremony they will take an extended I stage for Lakeview. Th«» latter 1« a relatives.
game of ball between the Wood River
Misses May Evan» and May Hani«*«
Phoenix, Ariz., were rassengers on wedding trip, returning to Ashland, relative of the two New«II boys who
Captain O. C. Applegate, who ha» h-aui and the Klamath Falla boys A arrived Tu«*««tay from Medfoid. Or<- ,
the Curlew W«*duesday for Upper where they wil! make their home.
- were murdered a few days ago.
been over the stat«* In th«- Interest of large crowd 1« <-x|H-«-t«-d to go vn the on a vta.it to relatives and friend.
the enumeration of the Indiana for trip, which tan be made for JI 50 here. Mlaa Evant la a daugh’-r of
the government ccn»ua. return«*«! for the round trip.
A party of five from Medford, W.
and XV H llradf«*:-I
Garrison, E I.. Roth,
H. F. Schweers and J. C. McPher i C. Kinyon, C .
from Portland M
E. Martin. F. L. Vincent, arrived
son of Petaluma. Cal., arrived In the
Bradford 1« the president of tb<- Wm
city Tuesday, and will spend eoine
i.er lake Irrigation company. whll*-
time In looking over the country with a few daya In pleasure seeking and
Mr Millard la the manager. The«*-
the view to locating.
gentlemen ar«* on tbelr way to Pluab.
«topping at the Lak»*»l<!«-
Frank Obenchain of Hprague river
Mr«. Baldwin and her <!aught«*r. Lake county,
was her«* Saturday , going to Jackson
JI'« Ella Chapman, who have beet. for that place In Mr Clapp's machlti*
1 was here Saturday on his way to
«laying at the Ewauna for the pa«t
1.. U Comstock, proprietor of th«*
Jacksonville after hl» daughter, who
month, left on Mouduy for Forrtland. Harriman house, haa made extensiv*-
has been In school there th<- past
where they will »lop a tew day» on Improvenienta In his place. The in
their way to Republic, Wash . where terlor ha» all been remodel« «I and
D. W. Burling, and H. E. Crane another daughter of Mr». Baldwin
very tnatlly urrangrd for meeting the
returned Tuesday from several week* I r ««sides.
of the public
I trip through the Deschutes country,
Jo X. Bryan, of Astoria. Eureka, »lock proposes to have thing, gr
I returning by way of Crescent. They
Yreka, and othei Impowlble place», ruuged »<> us to furnish ifas beat to
I report a good trip, but plenty of du«t'
ha» accepted a po.ition with the Her !>!» < UKtomers. They have music
! on the road«.
ald. and expect» to make thia city hi» twice n day to entertain his patron»
Joseph Walter and sun. Richard, of home for the future Jo 1» a printer while they enjoy a good mosl
Alameda. Cal., loft for Eagl«* Ridge, of the old »chool. having »erved hl«
Thi» paper 1» In receipt of the offi
I I where they will »p«*nd a portion of
apprentlceahlp In all It« branch«*«, and
I | their summer outing. Mr. Walter Sr. the Herald 1» glad to extend him the cial program of the funeral proco-
: is a designer for one of the large hand of welcome and gather him Into ■ion of hl» late Majesty, the King of
England, »«-nt by A H Naftxger, Who
I jewelry manufacturers of San Fran- the fold.
was In l-ondon at the time. Accom
Rev. Father O’Malley arrived here
Arrivals at the Hotel Livermore: on Tuesday from Lakeview, expect paining the program Is a letter In
W. A. Potter, J W. Call. Medford; ing to meet hi» au per lor, Father Col- which Mr. N'aftigcr state's that it we-
| C. S. Webster, Spokane; J. R. Flynn, ler. who was expected here this even one of the moat gorgeous funeral
Portland; 8. A. Keist. San Francisco, ing.
Father Cunningham ha« been pageants that the world haa ever seen
J. A. Star, Portland; Joan Quigby, tidviaed that on account of the neriou» The many friends of Mr. Naftzger In
I Alverdor; C. E Witts; Chas. Cox, lllaeue of Father Goller hl« vialt to thi« city will be glad to learn that h<
thi» city ha« been postponed until 1» enjoying good health and having
n most enjoyable time
.Miss Mary H. T«»st and Byron C. ' aometlme in July, the date to be an
W. A. Duncan and R. F Tuttle
Jackson of Fort Klamath were mar- nounced later.
The contractor» are busy laying 1 were her«* Friday from Lorella
I ried laat Tuesduy at 2 p. m
, the bride and groom are well known the foundation» for the large lumber These gentlemen ar«* Interetted in
young people, and have a host of yard of the Meadow I-ak«* mill*. The th«- development of their t»art of th*
friends who wish them much bappl- «pace to be covered by the yard com- country, and nt present are working
prises eleven lota and fafe« on Spring , up on the proposition of conatructing
- ness In their new life.
E. E Fitch of Merrill reports the street, extending out to the county .i private Irrigating plant that will
A spur track will be built water hundred« of acres of land In
sale of 228,000 worth of real estate road.
alley In the rear of the • that section. While they have not lx
last week In the vicinity of Merrill.
Among the «ales was that of a 160 yard, making it convenient for «hip gun work, they expo«* by next yea*
to begin the active construction, un
acres belonging to Pierce Combs for ping the lumber.
The Cofer Bros, have secured the less the government should In «otn
212,000. Mr. Combs then purchased
240 acres of Mr«. 8. 8. Henley for contract for furnishing the brick for satisfactory manner take up the pro
th«- construction of the new school ject.
Arrival« at the I-ake«ide Inn: J. j building on the West Ride. It will
O. Hamakekr, Bonanza; E. E. Fitch. take about 250,000 brick. Mr. Cofer
Herbert Fitch, Merrill; R. H. Wllaon; state« that they already have In the
"Dancy Hosiery, Neckwear, Em-
IA7C carry a complete line of
Geo. Dickey; Mrs. E. J. Yabr and I neighborhood of 400,000 brick con
W Preferred Stòck Canned
* broideries, Laces, Lingerie
daughter, Hoquiam, Waah.; Chris No- tracted for, and the flrat kiln, contain
Waists, Silk Waists, Muslin
vlch, E. J. Sebbold, J. R. McDonald. ing 125,000 brick, haa been burned,
On Klamath Avenue
Peaches. Pears, Plums, Grapes,
Francisco; 8. M. Thompson, the kiln aealed, and will be opened
Underwear, Silk Kimonas, Net
near 0- K. Feed Barn
and ready for delivery Monday morn-
Cherries, Blackberries, Rasp
Waists, Silk Gloves, Kid Gioves
Jas. Malone, while putting away
berries, Loganberries, Straw
Harry Nichole Is In town from Bo
Kid Gloves, Fancy Dress Suit
some fittings in the plumbing shop of
Mr. Nichol« states that while
berries, Pineapple, Pumpkin,
H. Boivin, fell from a ladder, cut
ings, Wash Goods, etc.
In Plush the other day he took his
ting a gash about two inches long
Corn, Peas, Tomatoes—Every
breakfast at the same tabla as did
across the back of hla head.
Ike Harrold, the flend who so heart " F. T. ALLEN AND
: Parker was called to dreea the wound,
thing in canned goods
lessly murdered the two Newell boys. :: E. H. PATTERSON
i it is not thought that anything seri
He nays the cltlxens of Lakeview were ' ♦♦»♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»♦♦I»»♦»
ous will result from the injury.
That this s«*ction will produce a
Lace Curtail», Draperies, Mus
. fine grade of strawberries was clearly
lins, Table Linen, Sheets. Pillow
■ demonstrated by a Jar of berrltui 1
BERT E. WITHROW, Fee rotary
brought to the Star Drug store today
Cases, Toweling. Fancy and
E. M. BUBB,
by Calc Oliver. These berries sett
President an J
Plain Bed Spreads. AU are
large, finely colored, sw«>et and deli
cious in taste. They will be placed
We are Agents for
Three of the best lines
of merchandise in the
The Portland Store
1 0 5 1
] M [. ] M[.
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
Horseshoeing a Specialty
FRESH FRUITS AND VEG-
ETABLES ARRIVING ON
on exhibition In one of the windows
in a few days.
Mr. Chllcote, the real estate man,
reports the sale of forty acres of farm
land two miles from Midland to Fritz
Klehl of Pittsburg, Kan«. The prop
erty was owned by Henry Offenbach-
er. The price paid was 240 per acre.
Mr. and Mrs. Klehl will arrive hern
Maps, Plans, Blue Priais, EU.
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
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