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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1910)
Bruce Gaddi« came down from Peli chairman of the fire, police and water 1
John Janssen had business tn the
RBPORT OF THIO CONDITION OF
commission of that city. Is In Klam-1
can Lodge Monday.
Mrs. J. Rosenthal of Dorris was In
K. O. Buick, n Silver latke rancher, tah Fnlls on a pleasure trip.
B. H. Harris of Medford was in the
the city Saturday
was registered tit the Livermore Tues
G W Wilcox and wife and Mis,
H Nathan of Portland was at the , day .
Bruce Morgan Wilcox, who came here
Phil Lynch of Lakeview was at the
Fred Morley and A. McLean of several days ago In »heir auto on a
lxiketdde Inn Thursday.
nt Klaninth Fulls, In the State uf Otegou. ut the cluse of business.
F. Hyndman of Bray was at the Bray. Cal., wer«> at the Lakeside Tues pleasure trip, left for their home at
H. C. Herrick of Ely. Nev., was at
January 31. 1910
Red Bluff. Cal., Tuesday morning
the Liveromre Thursday.
G W. Ottleld. the xenial justie«’ of
Q. 8. Allen of Creacent was at the
F. L. Scammon of Redding. Cal ,
Mrs. A. B. Livermore and son.
th«1 peaca at Merrill, had business in a prominent contractor of that place,
Jesse, are at Eagle Ridge
H Harmon of Oakland was at
is in the city to present his bld for
this city Tuesday’•
H. W. Gregg of Yainax, Ore., is
l.oana and Discount«
Peter Nelson of West Point lias n- the construction of the new Odd Fel
at the Lakeside Inn Wednesday.
Bonds, securities, etc.
Dr. H. M. Spear of Portland wan i turned from Lakeview and is regis lows' temple.
Banking house, furniture, and natures
J. deP. Schenck of Medford was
William I’ M. , n real estate man
tered at th«> Livertuore.
Due from tranks (not reserve banks)
registered at the Livermore Wedn«»- in the city Satui day
Due from approved insrrvu bauks
Checks and other cash Items
burg. Ore., went to Lakeview on the same plac«' came over Monday In
B. St. Geo. Bishop returned to his proving up on his homestead.
< '.I h on hand
John Ellis of Fort Klamath was a Buick auto line Tuesday morning.
nn auto on a pleasin'«' trip. They will I
summer home on the Upper lake
take in the wonders of Crater lake
C. Ross Anderson and wife went llaMborough Paper company of Kan before they return home.
J. A. Pratt returned front a two-
Francisco, is calling on the publishers
Herbert Tipton. who owns n tin«1
i t Miii.n iKs
lay«' fishing trip to Rocky Point to Sission, Cal.. Friday morning
Charles Pickett of Sand Hollow- hero.
ranch on the river road to Bonanza, >1
Misses Ida. Mary and Florence Car- has employed Wm Brotherton to I
I 3 5,000 0«
Capital stuck paid in
Geo Cline went to Plush Wednes had business in Klamath Falls Thurs-
day, where he takes charge of a num
Individual deposits subject to chuck
Senator Abner Weed came up from from a trip to Crater lake and arc As Herbert is a bachelor his friends'
Demand certificat«» of deposit
ar«> wondering wh«r he wants with
J. W. Lathrop was in from his his home in Dunsmuir in his auto Sat- stopping at the Livermore.
I 1,005 oo
Tim« ceitlficates of deposit
•hicken ranch at Poultry Hill on Ixtst
B. St George Bishop came down P. F. Gildon of San Francisco are
Prof. J. T Butcher will leave for
river Wednesday .
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W. T Shive went to Fort Klamath Friday from Crystal Creek, returning | back from a fishing trip to Frank Kansas City. Kans . In a short time,
today, where he will spend a week or
Mrs. I 11. K^ng of Fort Klauialh
Maddox A Harris arc er«»ctlng a a coal and fuel business In that city
State of Oregou.
ten days camping
County of Klamath,>r.s
L. A Newton, representative of was a guest at the lolkeside Inn last ; five-foot retaining wall of concrete in and make that place his home. The
I, J. W Seimens, Cashier of the above uuiu«d bunk, do so1«Uil.ly
front of George Hum’s residence on many friends of himself nnd his es
the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Thursday
sw<-ar that the above statement is true tu th« best uf my knowledge
company, is at the Livermore
J W HEIMEN8. Cashier
hehre Thursday «’vening for a pro-1 Emil Judell aud wife are Liverinoi leave, and wish him well In his new
G. W BALDWIN.
Mr and Mrs Mead of Byron Hot tract cd stay.
guests. Mr. Judell is th«’ represen location.
J. A MADDOX, Director«
Springs, who have been at the Bald
Misses- Florence and Ida Mary Cor- i tative of the II L. Judell Cigar com
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of February
Mrs G W Smith, who has been
win. lefft for Crater lake Wednesday.
E. L ELLIOTT. Notary Public
many of San Francisco are at the pany of San Francisco and is calling visiting her daughter, Mrs. Aiex Mar
J. E. Bodge returned Tuesday night Lakeside Inn.
on the merchants here.
tin Jr., of this city, went to Bly on
from a two weeks’ visit near Med-
Campbell Litster and wife of th«
George A. Edgar of Ni’es. Cn’ ar- the Buick auto line Tuesday morning,
ford. where his wife P still staying. Klamath Agency were at the Liver I rived here Thursday night and Friday whore she will visit her son. W. W
F. E. Taylor, Phillip Lynch and more Saturday
proved up on a timber claim thirteen Smith. Mrs. Smith came here from
Judge Benson and N. C. Briggs left ' miles east of Bly. He will returned her home In San Diego, Calif., a short
the Baldwin-Gordon auto Saturday Friday for Spring creek on their an , Saturday morning.
time ago to visit her children In this
nual fishing outing.
The representatives of the Com- portion of the state.
W. J. Brennan and wife left for
H <’ !!• rriek
j mercial club of San Francisco will ar . J. D. Cochran, traveling agent for
their summer home near Pelican bay to Rocky Point Friday morning.w hen> rive in Klamath Falls July 23d on
th«’ Mutual Life Insurance company,
Wednesday, where they will remain he will camp for a few days.
their annual tour of the coast Pr»»F who Is well known In this city, hav’ng
for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Siegfried of San Fran arations pr« being made to entertain visited here many times during the
Mr White of The Dalles arrived cisco came down from Eagle Rldg«’ them while here.
past years, arrlv«*d here Monday night
here Friday night and left for Spring Thursday on their way home.
Sheriff Harm’s and family left on front Medford, and will make his
Lake Saturday to visit his daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childers re Thursday by auto for Ixikeview and home In this city hereafter. Mr. Coch
WRITE FOR .SPECIAL CATALOG AND PMlCfS
Mrs. S. L. Courtney.
turned from Medford Thursday night, Summer 1-ake. The sheriff will be ran brought with him his bride of a
Tom Kinney arrived Friday night where they spent the Fourth.
gone about ten days, but Mrs. Barnes few week*, who was formerly Miss
from Portland, where he has been for
Mrs. Kent Ballard left Thursday and daughters. Hazel and Goldie, will Ulrich of Medford. His many frlonds
the past several weeks He will re for Sacramento, where she will visit go on to Silver Lake to visit Mrs.
5POKANE. WA5M.-P0RTLAND.0RL. - 5Ah JOSE CAL
here are glad to welcome him. and
main here for some time.
with friends for several months.
Barnes' mother for several weeks.
'are pleased to know that he will make
C. R. Anderson and wife left Friday
Word has been received here that
The thirteen cars of fine
cattle his home In Klamath Falls.
J. D. Cochran has joined the ranks morning for Sisson. Cal., where they which Louis Gerber had at the yards
of the benedicts, and will soon return will take charge of the Sisson Tavern ready to be -hipped Thursday we-,»
NEW YORK. July 13
Mrs. R. H. Hovey returned Friday driven back to the ranch Friday For
A SptaMid Ovpfjll
to this city, where he will reside per
from Eagle Ridge, where she has some reason the train went away Stitnpson. the president of th« Un
for every use.
R. W. Southerland and wife who been enjoying an outing for some' without the cattle, .and Mr. Gerber coln-Rooeevelt lx’ague at ix» An-
recently purchased a tract of land time.
will have to f«>ed th?m until he can
ly full. 1 wo
Preeident Roosevelt today. The ob
J. B. Kelsey and wife of Bonanza find cars to ship them In.
near Merrill, and their son, Fred
ject of the visit Is to urge Mr. Roose
Southerland of Red Bluff. Calif., were are in the city. Mrs. Kelsey has
Deputy United States Marshal Grif velt to visit the Pacific coast.
just returned from a visit at Rose
in the city Saturday.
fith went to Dairy Friday morning to
Miss Carrie Lind, who has been burg.
serve summons on J. G. Wright for
Mrs. E. Carpenter, who has been
«topping at Mrs. Joe Moore’s for the
running cattle on the reservation. It
Jer^t-y Bulls for Sah- or Triuh*
I m Wr / «1
>ast three months visiting her broth visiting her sister, Mrs. Silas Oben- seems that Wight had been grazing
HANY, GIMI 1(0
er, Clifford Lind, left for her home in chain. has returned to her home in cattle on land In the boundaries of
M aoa I ac «ffti
One 3-year-old and two yearling
Stanford. Ind . Monday .
the reservation and that when he was Jersey bulls for sale or trade; fine
C. A. Maury. inspe«rtor for the Un
called upon to pay the grazing
derwriters’ Rating Insurance bureau went down to his ranch near Merrill charges he refused to do so. The stock .Beo E. Byers. Stearns Ranch.
of Portland, is in the city looking Saturday afternoon
amount involved is only about 375.
F. W. Jennings left Saturday for
over the protection afforded to the
but before the affair Is settled it will
Is bls Prascrlp
Spring Creek, where he will spend the 1
property interests here.
probably cost Mr. Wight much mor«
lion is Indlcat
Mrs. Brandenburg of Portland tr- next couple of weeks fishing.
Parties wishing sagebrush
ed la all ord<
J. F. Weller expects to leave soon
rived here Friday night to visit her
clearer call on or write,
Bat y diseases of
Dave Doherty, a jolly good fellow,1
daughter, Mrs. G. Heitkemper, for a for points in Idaho and Montana,1
W. W MA8TKN.
On Klamath Avenue
few weeks. She will go from here to where he will visit with friends.
friend. Geo. Steedman. one of the
Loe Angeles to spend the winter.
Mrs. E. Wing has purchased a resi
near O- K. Feed Barn
X'.od effin'ts be
Chronicle forct, left here for Weed
Deputy United States Marshal W. dence from the Ready Made Hous« Saturday, where he will resume his!
flMBER Mill HALF.
from tiio v«rr
B. Griffith returned to Portland Sat company on the corner of Second and work in the machine shops of the
Yrst It •« com
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urday after serving papers on sev Pine streets, and will move into it in Weed Lumber company. Mr. Doherty
posed of tLs
5,000,000 feet for 34.000; about
Horseshoeing a Specialty
eral persons who are involved in pos a few days.
is an expert machinist, and while he
one-third each of larch, yellow pine
F H. Hayes, who operates the
sible infractions of the federal laws.
wanted to stay here more than the
drug» ; mercu
F. T. ALLEN AND
J. D. Carroll was out again Satur Baldwin automobile between this city week of vacation which he secured,
8EH of NW la. and BW % . NEW.
day after a hard siege with a boil near and Lakeview, says that the roads are his services could not be spared any
E. H. PATTERSON
and olhsr ha-
Ser. 8. Tp. 39 south of Range 6 east
his eye. The skill of Dr. Taylor con
niful drugs be
of W M. In Oregon. Apply L. W.
tributed in a great degree to relieve place every day.
The house on the lot on Fourth
H. Lewis and Mr. Kittenger left!
The many dis
Mr. Carroll of his unpleasant condi
street, across the alley from the First
<-<>m i t Ing la
Thursday on the steamer Klamath
National bank building, which was
The installation of officers of Poca
recently purchased by O. D Mathews
hontas Circle No. 19 has been post
of Pullman, Wash., is being moved
posed until Friday, July 15th. Av
W. A. Albright and wife, who have from its present location to the ad
der her Rabi*
that meeting refreshments will be
runctlonal disorders that
served, and all members are urged tn
not only tend to destroy her comfort
John Ellis own near Fort Klamath, building, which has faced Fourth < ►
Over Star Drug Store
«nd happiness, but which gradually
street heretofore, will be turned
merge Into chronic and serious dis
Mrs. P. J. Williams, mother of Mr,. came down yesterday, and will leave so as to face on Pine, and from the
Frank Applegate, is here from Med for the East the last of the week.
corner of Pine to the alley on Fourth
Nyal'a Vegetable Prescription is
Sheriff Barnes and family left street Mr. Mathews Intends to erect
ford, visiting her daughter. She wflt
I without a peer for the siicceaaful
be here several weeks. Mrs. Theo
a substantial business block. The
treattnnet of female weakness, pain
and shines resplendent,
dore Beaulieu accompanied her from ing in his automobile. Mr. Barnes house is now occupied by W. W. Nick
‘ ful and disordered menstrntatlon.
COUNSELOR AT LAW
along with our line of
hysteria, cramps, “bearing down
will return in a short time, but his erson, and M. R. Doty is doing the
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
pains,“ Inflammation and falling ef
Engineers are at work laying out family will remain for nearly a moving.
SPARKLING < LT GLAHH,
ROOMS 7 A 8. MURDOCK BLDG j the womb
This la a remedy of
the sewer for the West Side from the month.
Some controversy has been engen
new school house to the river, and
dered over the question of towing > AND RKCK SILVER,
WILL A. LEONARD
UNDERWOOD S PHARAMCt
bids for its construction will be ad ing a vast increase this season over logs down Crystal creek
Captain ► KARNACK BRASS.
vertised in a few days. It will be
Cor. 7th and Main Streeta
Burk Wilson, who is doing moat of
ployment this summer where t wo
All are appropriate wed <
composed of four-inch pipe.
that work, was threatened with an in ►
ding presents , and she <<
The big beader which was being could hardly get enough to <io last junction restraining him from con ►
taken to the Emmitt ranch near Keno
tinuing in the work, on the grounds
A nine-pound boy was the Fourth
she gets them.
by Royse and Harsin. came near be
DR. C. P. MASON
that the use of the stream for that ►►
ing stuck on the bridge across Link of July present the stork left at the purpose prohibited anyone else from
river Tuesday night. It was finally home of C. R. Mason, the popular using it. as the water was so filled
<»tti< - in American Bank A Trust Co
gotten across, and is now at the j manager of the Klamath Falls steam with logs as to mak« it Impassible for
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ranch, ready to begin work, They • laundry Monday afternoon. Mother houseboats and small craft. But the
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have 300 acres of wheat to cut at
fact that the stream lies in the boun < >
Ralph Carter, the clerk in Under daries of the forest reserve puts an
F. W Payne and wife arrives Tues wood’s pharmacy, left last Friday other phase to the question and the
day from Goldfield, Nev., and will for a horseback ride through injunction has not. yet been Issued.
ELLSWORTH & MITCH
BENSON &. STONE
make their home in this city. Mr. Nevada. He expects to be gone a
Arnold Zbfndcn, one of the council
For Wedding Presents o
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Payne was here for several weeks month, and see most of that state be men of the city of Seattle, and the
last month and wa- so well pleased fore he returns.
.1 me ri ca n Hank
oib<» Cruder-milia nuiidiug
Dr. G. H. Merryman, C. H. Under
with the country that he made up his
unti Trant Hldf
mind to stay here. He disposed of wood and Dr. R. B. Hamilton re
KLAMATH FALLS - OREGON
his holdings in Goldfield and will turned from Reno. Nev., Friday night,
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
I have some fine young r
hereafter be a resident of Klamath where they went in the latter's auto
RICHARDSON Holstein bulls for sale; A-l
DON J. ZUMWALT
E. M. BUBÜ,
mobile to see the Jeffries-Johnson
acclimated. M. F. LOOS . V'
Vice President an J
’ Miss Batchelder of Oroville arrived fight. They had a splendid trip and
here Friday and left for Lakeview- «njoved < y«ry minutes of their stav. j
Saturday morning tu visit with her
Chas. Graves returned Wednesday
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
brother there for th« summer. She from Crescent, where he went. In his
was accompanied by hi
ice, Annie automobile to take a nurne to look
Office, Third and Main. <>pis>sit< City
Batchelder, a grandda>ifflR> r of Paul after his family, who arc all sick with
Brletenstein of this city. Mrs. Briet- scarlet fever. The first nurse who
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enstein, the little girl’s grandmother, was caring for the sick persons was
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
Is away on a vacation on the Upper also taken down with the malady, and
Examiner of L 1 l,,n*
<.'ur»«l. < >nly mi U mvim X Krs*J-w lie
lake, and nnfortunately ««» not here Mr Grave-? had to get another to look
First NatlonalF ”,,M h
stilili?» In (hvfne. Writs for DI*»
tnU-l . Irrnlsr. K ekt In-OInt«
tn meet her granddaughter.
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THE FIRST TRUST <>< SAVINGS BANK
THE AHAVERI LL MACHINER/ CO
New Blacksmith Shop |
C. C. BROWER
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
E. L. ELLIOT