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dan would not eat pork, and so his
goods were immune from seixure.
But the hog issue is closer at home.
In the great and glorious West then'
Carl Deal is h«-re from Merrill to
must be many unimproved opportuni
ties for making two pigs grow where
E. E. Fitch is here from Merrill to
new only one munches his corn It
Is an Issue which cannot be longer day.
E. L. Hosley is here from Merrill
postponed. America expects every
AND COLD WEATHER hog raiser to do his duty.
H. O. Cox was up from Merrill Sat
MARKS THE DAY
Ash VMEItlCANS AND BRITISH
K. E Fitch was here from Merrill
TO CAFTl'KK VAI.I-AI»\RUS
MUCH SCRATCHING IS BEING DONE SAN SALVADOR. Nov. 8. The i Ralph W. Gilman was up from Adi
American and British consuls ut Tuesday.
Matt Eigner was here from Dorris
are conferring over President
Indications Art' Harmon Will Be Re-
Davilla's appeal that the American
Elected Governor of Ohio—Slim-
Mrs. N. Otterbein is tip from Mer
and the British gunboats capture the
son Expected to Win
rebel Valladares. It is feared civil rill today.
Guy Merrill was here on bllHÍDVHS
war will break out if this is not done.
Valladares is si-eklng to aid the revo last week.
F. E. Duffy of Merrill had business
NEW YORK. Nov 8.—It is snow lutionists in Honduras.
ing today, and the weather is the |
The Monarch has them
coldest known here for years at this
time of the year The same condition GRAHAM RE~ELECTEO IN ILLINOIS ranch eggs.
O. E. Irvine had business here front
prevails at other points east of here.!
In Chicago, however, the weather is ‘
A. D. Jones is a l.akcuid«- gurat
The voting at all points is very-
heavy, and early returns show that
A. Bruce was up from Merrill o.i
much scratching is being done. Ne
braska reports that voting is the Foss, Democrat, in the In-ad for Gov
E. W. Smith was here from Rock i
heaviest in years, while Illinois makes
ernor of Massacliu-octts— Har
the same statement. In Iowa there is
mon I» Aheail in Ohio
A. L. Gifford <•! Honk. Ore. H A I
Liver tn >re guest.
In Wisconsin the vote is very heavy
Patil Zbinden was down from
and the democrats claim they will be
OMAHA. Nov. 8.—The vote today Klamath Monday.
Is the heaviest in the history of Ne-
W. H. Norton was down from
In Ohio 40 per cent of the voters j biaska. At noon the reports forecast-
had gone to the polls at 11 o'clock. ed a republican victory. The election
Horace Shideler was here from
President Taft went to the polls at of Hitchcock to the federal senut«' is
Cincinnati at 10 o'clock. Early indi Iteeiy predicted.
Marvin Phillips of Persia. Tenn .
cations are that Governor Harmon i
is ill at the Lakeside.
Harmon will sweep Hamilton county,
Graham Is Re-Elected
Bess Dunn«.- of San Francisco is
SPRINGFIELD. Ills.. Nov. 8. The
which means his re-election.
The voters in New York got out 1 re-election of Congressman Graham, a takeside Inn guest.
A Asher is register'd at th«- Llv-I
early, and so far the vote for Stim- democrat, and a member of the Bal
linger-Pinchot committee. is con- er more from Ashland.
•on will win by 20,000 plurality.
Chris Connolly bad business her»'
from Wampus Saturday.
Harmon Carrie» Cuyahoga < 'ounty
B. F. Russell is registered at th«-
BERT F WITHROW. Hwratary
CLEVELAND. Nov. 8. Record”. Lakeside from Portland.
Maschke. the republican leader, con
The Melrose company left for
E. M BUBB.
cedes that Harmon has carried Cuyo- Yreka Tuesday morning.
Pre aident an I
SERI M DISCOVERED WHICH PRE
NEGROES DRIVE OI T THE WHITE hoga county, in which Is the city of
Ed Fordyce is a guest at th«- Liver
VENTS THE DISEASE.
Cleveland, by 10.000. In 190S Har- more from Ventura. Cal.
Mapa. Plans, Blue Prints, Etc
mon's plurality was 1.700.
O. K. .Mehlmann was down from |
Williamson river Tuesday.
Ttwled uu Healthy Auiuial» and tie-
iTvulJr Arises W ben the lUat-ks Are
Champ Clark Is Safe
O. A. Brown of Vancouver. Wash .
Ib-mlt» Ar« More Than Satis
BOWLING GREEN. .Mo . Nov 8.— is registered at the Lakeside.
lb*fUM-d the Right to Cast
Homer Brown is a guest at the
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
majority is assured.
P. W. Bush was here Saturday
Eo»» Wins in New Bedford
WASHINGTON. D C.. Nov. 8.
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
MUSKOGEE. Okla.. Nov 8. The
from Mt. Hebron on business.
NEW BEDFORD. Mass.. Nov.
negroes attacked the whites at Fussy
Ed York, the Salem nursery sales* The bur««au of animal Industry of th«-1
Agricultural Department has demon-'
Creek, a precinct in Wagoner county, The indications are that Foss, demo man. is here on business today
today, and drove out the whites. They cratic candidate for governor, will
Louise McCaustland was a guest at strated that hog cholera serum, it
carry New Bedford by 800. I-a st year
’hen took possession of the polls.
th<> Lakeside from Bonanza Monday. properly applied, will result in the
saving of millions of dollars to the
Fussy Creek is in the heart of the Vahey's (republican) plurality was
John Connolly and son came up farmers and hog raisers of th«- Unib-d
negro settlement, and the nearest 501.
from their home near Wnmpus last
white town is Coweta. The election |
A successful demonstration of the I
officers have dispatched runners ask WILL < II I. GOOD ROADS
W. C. Dalton and famjly were valu«- of the new government wrum I
ing for help. Two automobile's car
guests at the takeside from Merrill for preventing hog cholera has been
rying fifteen men armed with rifles
concluded ut South Omaha. Nebraska.
mid now we are iorc««l to look for largi r <|uari«-r»
Apfw-al to I m * Made lo tbc l*-gi»U«t nr,-
have been rushed to the scene.
W. B. Brown and wife of Langeli ! where, in co-operation with tb<* Union
Every wre-k Ila* »r-afi an increnw in our buaiiH «»
The blacks are heavily armed, and
For au lp-to-dat«- taw
Valley were guests at the Livermore Stock Yards company. It was severe
We expect to move Into the luuidsotr* new BriMoi
it is feared trouble will ensue. The
Relating to Highways.
during the week.
ly tested and proved to be satisfactory
building near Sixth airci-t a* «non iu> N I« com
i egroes offered affidavits of qualifi I
W. A. Boudinot, the prominent In every instance. The stock yards
pleted. We want yon to
cation to vote, but were not permitted
PORTLAND. Nov 9—Arrange
Naylox rancher, was in the city on' company purchased thirty pigs which
to cast their ballots. That was what ments are being made by the State-
weighed fr«»m forty to sixty pounds
started the trouble.
Roads Association upon the expected
R. F. Kilgore came down from Bo- each. They were obtained from a
passage of Amendment No. 354 to
and arc thcri-forv going to «HI all liariM M, satMJi■»
i nanza last night and left for Sacra farm that had been free from hog
the Constitution, giving the privilege
und robes at rrxtncrxl price«. We nessi the money
BACON GETTING INTO
mento this morning.
to Mock up the new More. You n««-d the gooet*
THE TERRAPIN (LASS to counties to bond themselves, to
Ray Merrill returned from R»>d- . these were inoculated with blood
call a convention of good roads en I
l*-t'a do bunlncs«. At uny rate, see ns. get out
from hogs suffering with cholera and
prie«*«; then if w<- can't trade, let's ha- fHeuills
No IA>ng«-r the .Mainstay of th*- Poor. thusiasts to be held in Portland im Merrill Monday morning.
mediately after the election. This
I» the Lowly Hog. But Going
W. A. Robbins, representing ’he Within five days they were, acordlng
convention will be made up of dele
Into the Aristocratic Menu
gatee to be appointed from the State
ford, is calling on the merchants here I very sick pigs.
What is the matter with our hogs? Thresher’s Association by Secretary today.
Eighte»n of tb<- remaining hogs
Oppo«jte ttw- <<iurt H oom *
They are not doing th«Hr duty to th«-
Mrs. M. P. -Miekier cam«- down from . were then Inoculated with the serum
country, says the Philadelphia In
her father's ranch at Seven Mil«- last, while the other eight were not treat-
quirer. They die frequently, but not Chairman L. R. Webster, and will week, and will mak<- her home here, «•d in any way. All were then put In
often enough lo provide the tooth
the same pen. As the result of this
some broiled bacon for the breakfast 'as members of the State Automobile
H. A. Jones and Wm. McAiaster of • the four which were innoculated
table of the humble. It is not so
Portland arrived from takeview In an j with the blood of the cholera hogs
many years ago that bacon cost 10 ' proper methods of handling the -:x- auto last night and went to Merrill | died; the eight untreat«-d and ap
cents a pound and was considered
parently healthy hogs all contracted
of course, the poor medicine * ill b.
rather vulgar, only fit for the ignoble i be discusaea as well as the appoint
The eighteen which
o hopeless misfit, Haya Wood llutchin
vulgus, while the rich ate spring
Klamath Lumber company, has re-' were giv«?n the serum and had been son. M. D.. In the Delineator.
chicken. Now bacon «ells at 40 cents and the utilization of the state con
turned from San Francisco, where he penned with the cholera hogs, re
Bearing those facts in mind. It Is
a pound and is getting into the aris victs and county prisoners in tile
mained perfectly well and were turn
took his family recently.
obviously «inly the court««- of prudence
tocratic class along with terrapin.
On Klamath Avenue
The result of this convention will
L. F. Conn, the prominent take- ed over to th«- officials of the stock and good sense to avoid i»U powerfiil
Look also at scrapple. A gen«.-ra-
near O. K. Feed Ham
(orn<-y, «amj over from thet
or drastic r> m«x!les of thii elms, aucli
tion ago it was the pride on Pennsyl
as, if they do not do good, have th”'
vania. one of its great claims to
Expert-, fram the \'«l«’s»k.i A%d-
world-wide fame. No family so poor ' time it is expected that Oregon will for Portland whore his family Is stay- cujtura) Experiment 8'a*'on and from pow«.-r to do harm. Reniediiv, there-! < I GENERAL BUCKSMITHING
fore, which are advertised to cure im
that it was not able to eat scrapple i place the most advanced good roads •ng.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
At noon Tu«-sda.v, Rev. J. B. Grif the Nebraska Swine Breeders’ A wo- mediately, "like magic,*' ''over night"
for breakfast in season, and often It I laws on her statute books of any state
fith married J. A. Clement and Alta
that are guaranteed to cure every
furniidied forth the supper table. Now’
ail wne convfnc«!d of the thoro-igo-
F. T. ALLEN AND
it is getting into the luxurious class nationally in good roads work and Byerlev, both of Worden, the cere ness «.f the experim-*n and its sa" •- case or money refund«-d; that " have
E. H. PATTERSON
and is soon to appear on th«- menus of
good things to let alone, even if you
high priced restaurants among the its character ever held in the United win hotel.
The Department Jn<-t; not distrib give i-rodenco to their claims. Usu
F. G. Atboarn returned from Pel
delicacies to tickle the palate after States.
The 1911 national convention of ican Lodge Monday and left for his ute th:» serum to furniers. but is ally. as a matter of fact, the claim of
the opera. And as for sausage! We
Christian church will be held in home in Berkeley next morning. Mr. endeavoring to bribe th«- value <-f these "sure cure" r«-m«-dl<-a are Itased to run that risk, it is one of bit In
cannot speak of the subject without
it having been secured for Athearn has charge of Pelican lodge this method t'j the n'.t-ntion of the upon one of two things pn-varlca- alienable rights and privilege» but
uncommon emotion. It is getting too
this city through Portland churches, and comes here frequently to look stock iMising interest-', in order that tions or som«- narcotic, mart com- | let him remember that to para
phrase Voltaire- - be is taking a drug
they may arrange to secure state
The hog has done this, and he is the Commercial Club and the co after the place. He will go to Old legislation for the r.” tn fact nre .«nd monly opium or alcobbl.
which he knows nothing for a dis
Mexico before he makes another trip
There Is also another univer»al I
living up to his exoteric reputation,
ease of which ho often knows less, foi
distribution of the s<-*nm
which we did not presume that he un
Ills guess at nature may be entirely
mention, and this Is the impossibility I wrong.
derstood ethically. The hog is either house 10.000 people, will be built
Marrii-d at the CourthouM*
practicing race suicide or has gone on
ItlHK.H IN PATENT MEDICINEN
vast majority of so-called patent mod-;
strike. Boiled ham and cabbage are sands of delegates from al) parts of | Monday afternoon Judge J. U. Orlf-
Icines have nothing that It patented E. W. GII.LETTEE WAN
no more the basis of a wash-day din
1 flth united in murriage Short Bot and
MARRIED LANT Sl’NDAl
ner because we can’t afford them. The Hun bureau of the Commercial Club | Rosie Jones, two Indians from the Hsw-iun- Itcmedie«« An- r«ually about them except th«- name or trad««-'
mark. Really Io patent a rem«-dy It
Compound* of Prevarication»
pig is at the bottom of a conspiracy has und»-r consideration plans for th” : Klamath roaervation. The ceremony
would be necessary to disclose Its in-j Ceremony Perform«-«! by Rev. PnUl
and we think that the state depart ent«-rtafnment of the visitors.
was performed in the county clerk’s
nt the Ilona- of Mr. and Mr*.
gradients and to prov«- that they have I
ment should send a man to Servia to
C. <>, Morgan
The Philadelphia mint has dis-i
[ i never before been us«-d for the cure of i
investigate the chances for improving
It roust be frankly recognized In thlH disease; and this, for obvious
tbc hog, since there he wemi to have pens« d with the services of thirty-'
lx*at«-w for lto«eburg
E. W. Olllette und Nellie Mercet
considering patent medicines that, reasons. Is the last thing that th«- pro
reached his highest development. In four women by th«- Introduction of
J. E. Pelton, the prominent Fort broadly and philosophically spoaklng. prietors of th««« remedies would were married at I o'clock Sunday
Servia the bog is on, if not exactly automatic machines which weighs
his native heath, the place where be coins and reject into separate recep Klamath cattleman, left for Rosoburg two risks have to be taken with al) think of doing. The composition of afternoon at the home of the bride's
counts for most. Even the present tacles those too heavy or too light, j this morning, where he will spend the of them; the risk that the medicine, the remedy la their most valued se ulster, Mrs. C. O. Morgan, on Main
though a useful remedy In this dis cret, which naturally they guard with street, the Rev. George T, Pratt, of
king of 8ervia is descended from an
ease, may not fit your particular caae most J«*aloua care, and It is inevitable the Presbyterian church, performing
humble herdsman of hogs. This, be
There are eighty-two separate pro
cause during the centuries Servia was cesses in the changing of raw Iron
Almost any flower can be bleached or stage of it; and the further risk In the very nature of the case that the ceremony. Only the immediate
undm- the Turk the Serb raised hogs into a finished saw of the highest white by exposure to the furol's of that you may not have the disease anyone who takes a dose of It Is relatives and Intimate friends of the
and little else, sine«- the Mohamme- grade.
you think yon have, In which case, taking it in the dark. If he chooses contracting parties were present.
This Store is the Home of
Hart Schaffner &
The Portland Store
THE STORE OF QUALITY
RIOT AT OKLAHOMA POLLS
A CURE FOR HOG CHOLERA
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Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc *
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New Blacksmith Shop