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altulavlts from fanner* of the Klam
ath basin, showing what they huvs
done*»nd what can be done here
There will be no expense to the farm
Will 8tr«*et is a guest nt th«« Lak«.*-
er making the statements, as the cost K. K. LE M ITT IN DANUKROV8
of making the affidavits will be born
C. G. Hunt was here front l-orella
by the laivey company. All persons
having information of what has been
P. H. McNeil) Is in front Tula Lake
done in the county are requested to Proprietor of Monarch Store I n Nick
call at Lavy's office.
In t Iroxlll«»— Was « hi Ills
W. R. Wilson ennte up front Merrill
Way 11 ohm *
I U ING >1 IS BEEN BKtil \
Robert Adams Is up front Merrill
ON MAIN STREET AGAIN
E. K. Leavitt, proprietor of the
C. V. Nelson was here front Keno
If thi« l*re»«*nl Fire W««ather H.ilds Monarch dry goods store, is seriously
ill at Oroville, Calif., with pneu
Out Iwtpid I’cogr. m > Will Ita*
W. T. Kinney was down front Crys
Made rhb» '\««*k
By paying a small deposit, we will reserve any
Mr. Leavitt left here last Tuesday
R. C. Bates was down from Sprague
The spreading of the paviug ma for San Francisco, where he was go
article you may select and hold It until December 23
terial in in progress again on Main ing on business, lie left the Bay
D. L. Worden was here front Wor street, and if the present fine weather
City Thursday on his way here. When
holds out rapid progress will be made i be arrived nt Oroville he was too til
L. D. Cantrell of Lorella was in the this w<t'k
to proceed any further, and left the
city last Friday.
train at that place.
K. Vavricka was a visitor fron
He had a slight cold when -ho left
here, but was feeling as well as usual.
A. L. Osborne was here from Mer-
He became so ill, however, that Sat
urday morning Mrs. Leavitt was sum
J. H. Traynor was in the city frora
moned. and ns it was too late when
M< rrill Saturday.
she received the word to catch the V
G. J. Bayless is here from Duns-
train for Weed she took an auto and
ndeaVored to reach Ager on the main
J. S. B«*edle of Portland Is a guest bill'll the Equipment 1» t emplete Illi* lino in time to get the Ntext train
and many other suitable articles for Christmas gifts,
at the Livermore
south. The auto broke down, how
< ity W ill lie Well Protected
which space will not permit us to mention. Cali In
D. P Shook was here on business
ever, and she missed the train she
from Dairy today.
do not put it off until the stock Is low and the
was trying to make, and was com-
C. V. Nelson had business here
store is crowded, but COME NOW
polled to take the next one.
front Keuo Tuesday.
A. M. llyrud and wife of Portland
E. K. I.eaxitt Better
themselves in favor of the purchase
are Livermore guests.
was received from Mis
John Totten and wife are down
terday by voting the |S,000 bonds E. K. Leavitt, whose husband Is .we
front Odessa Tuesday
E. A. Palmer was here from Weed for that puprose by a majority of til, ously ill at Oroville, Calif., saying
the vote being S3 for and 19 against. that Mr. Leavitt is slightly improved.
on business last Friday.
The tote by wards was: s
C. O. Clopton was here from Bo-
from Dairy Wednesday.
First Ward............... , . .31
E. B. Harris of Sacramento is a
Second Ward ................. 34
guest at the Livermore.
Third Ward ................... 21
W. B. Simpson was here from Nay-
lox oil business Saturday.
W. L. Welch and O. Welch were
here from Dairy Tuesday.
C. C. Jackson was down from Fort. Total ............... «
Th. n. xt -t. p in the proceedings Mwrlff Itarties Will <h» After Him To-
Klamath on business Friday
Samuel Clinton had business here will be to pass an ordinance declaring
morrow—I» Wanted on Ser-
VINCENT NUHN PRESIDENT OF
th«* result of the election, and then '
front Fort Klamath Tuesday.
rml < ImrgiA livre
Wm. Powers and P.ilev A. Powe’s
were up from Merrill SatuMay.
We Stood the lest of Time
W. S. Hoyt and if. R. Hoyt were 2.000-|>oiind bell, 1.090 feet of hose
The man who victimized the Port- i Carleton Sprurer la-udvr of the M»|i||.
are forced to look for larger quarter*
here from Merrill 'ast Saturday.
land Stor«* aud several other firms'
»mo rew Many ixx-nl Boy* in
Every »««•« k ha» »«»-n an imrrnar in mir bu«liu».
F. J. McDermott is registered at Eose cart, the installation of an alarm ! here last Friday and left Saturday
system and such other equipment as |
Wv expect to move into the liandsoww new Bristol
the Glee Club
the Livermore front San Francisco.
on the morning train, has been cap
mar Sixth »tn*«*< ns noon a» R I» com-
D. M. McLemore has returned from
tured at Salem, and is now in the
When this is installed Klamath I
pl« te<l. We Hunt you to
Bly. where he had been buy ing horses.
j custody of the officers there. He will i Special to The Herald.
J. M. Donnelly of Langel! Valley Falls will have one of the most com-i I be brought back to this citv by Sheriff
plete fire fighting equipments in this j .m"............. *"**■* *« ««■,> v,«» vjouvriu I EUGENE. Nov. 14.- This year is
Help Us Move
was a guest at the I-akeside Wednes-
. und . whiph
. . . tv 111 . « Bffrnes. wh«> went after him Tuesday
in* Ft of
and which will
Klamath's banner year at the Uni
ami an therefore going to m *II all lutrnck«, Njadtlle.
James Blair and wife ar£ here from "
to the city,
ami rots* ni reduceíl |«rie<-». We M«*e<l the mone)
The man chose his time well, mak versity of Oregon. Befor«« this year
their homesteads near Odessa Tues
to »tock up th«* new »tore. You need Ihr good»
ing his purchases at the Portland there has never been more than one
la-t’» do lm«ii>«*». At any rut«*, s « m * U n , get our
Store late Friday evening, when ev- or two students attending this instl-1
W. S. Adams, the genial storekeep
price«; thru If Mr can't trade, let ' n I m < friendo
A BIRTHDAY PARTY crybody was busy, and presented a tutlon from that county, last year be
er at Malin, was here on business last
check for 14 4, signed by what ap- ing the exception In having six. But
FiiK-rtain» a Number of Her Utile i pcared to be-the signature of J. Frank this year there are nine K. C. IL 8.1
W. S. Adams, the genial store
Friend* at Her Home V«*«-
Adams. He was given the difference students here, and each one is making
keeper at Malin, was i.ere on business
between his purchase and the face of good in his respective line.
t>|>p<m|t«- the tourt H o U m *
Klamath leads all the counties in
the cheek in cash, and left. Early
J. W. fgithrop, the fancy chicken
One of the most enjoyable birthday Saturday morning be came into th**i I respect to class presidents, having,
raiser, was here from Poultry Hill parties of the season was given Mon- store
. t • two former Klamath young men in!
this time purchased
Vincent Yaden of the 1
day afternoon by little Dorotha Elli (35 worfh of goods, paying for then. |
secured tho prrai- ’
W. C. Stephenson, one of Merrill’s ott. at her parents’ home, corner of in cashj and left, going out of the I
dency of the freshman ciass. and
prominent citizens, was here on busi Seventh and Canal streets, the occa ciiy on the early train.
sion being her seventh birthday. De
The officers here telephoned his de-1 Carleton Spencer, M-'Ok, was elected
Thomas Cooper arrived from Port- 1 licious refreshments and lots of rcription to the officials along thi i to lead the sophomore class Outside
land Tuesday night and is stopping “noise" helped the little ones to pass :oad between here and Portland, for of Portland. Klamath Falls has more
at the Livermore.
a jolly afternoon. The children pres which city he had purcha«"d a ticket, men in the gloe club than any other I
town, having three m> inborn: Jerry-
A. C. Abbott arrived Tuesday night ent were: Dorotha Elliott, Reta Low, and be was captured at Salem.
from Portland, and is stopping at Helen Wirtz, Helen Turner, Stella
When he leaves thia city again It Martin. Vern«! Motschenbacher nnd
Turner. Florence Bradley, Fern will probably be for Salem, but he i Erwin Rolfe. Besides th« abov<* men
H. D. Gaskill, G. Whitaker and E. Hanks, Ruth DeLap, Madge Clark ' will not have to pay his fare there on 1 tioned students there are John Yaden.
F. Raymond are registered at the and Ione Clark. Little Nelle Elliott, that occasion, nor will he have to pav| Geo. Stephenson. Maud Nail and
Rachael Applegate, ail of whom arc
l.akeside from San Francisco.
the small sister of the hostess, saltj'for his board tor a few year*,
.doing well In college work
J. Reilly of San Francisco is here * «he “wasn’t divided, but she went!
after fat cattle for the Roth Blum i anyway,’1
______________ ‘ enrolled as delegate
I bave oprimi a new in •«at innrk'-f at lOlti Main atrvrt, juM
packing company of San Francisco.
TO COMMERCIAL CONGRESS, LEAVE FOR TEXAS TO AT-
of the school houee, where all kind» of fTeeh and «ult meat»
6. C. Jackson, the popular Fort MAYOR APPOINTS H. W.
TEND COMMERCIAL CONGRE8S
Klamath merchant, was here Satur
be had at rcaaomihlr pri< <*».
MILI» A DELEGATE M. L. AIMnon to Repratent Klamath
day on the election board, canvassing
County at the Meeting in
M. L. Allison 1UK1 H. U . Mills Krpre-
A «|*'< tall)r of supplying famille» with i|iuirt«r» or large pie««*.
Represent* the City at the Trans-
Mtit the County and City In
G. A. Lish and wife arrived from
Mi*ed«sippi Congress in San
Han Antonio Meeting
Pasadena. Calif., on Friday, and will
I run no tlrlivcry wagon, but will deliver pie«« » too large to cur
Col. M. L. Allison, one of Klamath
go to Fort Klamath, where they will
Falls’ best boosters, will leave the
The ra|M-ii»e of ki-ephiff a <lcliicr> outfit Is tnk«*n off the price
visit Mr. Lish’s sister, Mrs. Turner,
Mayor Sanderson Tuesday appointed last of next week for San Antonio, Trans-MlHsissippi Commercial con-
who lives on a ranch nea-r the Fort.
H. W. Mills a delegate to the Trans Texas, where he will represent this
Dr. and Mrs. V. D. Gulttard came Mississippi Commercial congress, * county at the twenty-first session of i gross from Klamath county, and H.
down from the Klamath Agency last which meets in San Antonio, Texas, ¡the Trans - Mississippi Commercial : W. Mills, who will represent the city
the same meeting, left Wcdncs-
night, and,da 78901- . N
N.. N.. N.. the last of this month, and Mr. Mills Jcongresa, which meets In the Tex*« i at
day’for’san Antonio,’ Texas, where
down from Klamath Agency last Sat will represent this city at that con ! metropolis November 22-25.
|fce 8M)„|ons (>f tho conKrcBs are to be
urday night and returned here for a vention. He and Col. M. L. Allison,
Mr. Allison was apointed by Judge | he|d AfU)r th„ bu,|negg of tho moet.
few days. They are guests at the who represents the county, will leave | Griffith to represent Klamath county, lnf? jg ovor an excursion will be given
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
in the morning for the Lone Star and he Intends to go to the congress | the delegates, who will be taken to
Co). M. L. Allison left Wednesday state, and will make a worthy pair to and <!o all that he can for this por- | Galveston, where they will see the
DON J. ZUMWALT,
E. M. BUBB,
for the Thans-.Mississippi Commercial answer for what this part of the tlon of the state. He has received <
Vice President an I
magnificent harbor which has .been
congress at San Antonio, Texas, Wed state can produce.
word from the secretary of the con-! constructed at that city, nnd they will
nesday morning. Mr. Allison is going
gross, inforrai.tr: him that his name also bo feasted at an oyster dinner,
Maps, Plans, Blue Print«, Etc
prepared to show the Texas people
has been enrolled as one of the ac-1 which is to be given by the Commor-
Fined for Shooting From a Bout
that we have a country here that has
D. C. Willson was fined 125 Tttes- credit'd representatives, and a pro- I rial club of the gulf metropolis.
unlimited possibilities, and will prob day by Pollce Judge Leavitt for graui of what • will b«j done at the
Colonel Allison took with him a
ably induce many to come here to shooting from a launch, Will Irwin, ' «ongrese was -.iso received.
splendid album of views of Klamath
make their homes.
The mayor of each city «nd all com- ( Falls and the county, which hud h«en
who was with him, was discharged.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
The shooting took place on Lake mercial bodies have th«- privilege of I prepared by the Miller Photo com
Ewauna. It is unlawful to shoot sending delegates, and it is hoped that pany. and which would be IntereHting
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
from a launch or a sneak boat, the others will go from this county. The* for the beauty of the scene« alone,
only vessel permissabl«1 to shoot from delegates pay their own expenses, but aside from Ils value ax Illustrating
, as greatly reduced rates are offered what I n being done here.
being a rowboat in open waters. •
the cost will not be very high.
14 FIDAMTS WANTED OF WHA1
New Du living ('lull
However. Colonel Allison is going,
HAS BEEN IMINE
A new dancing club has been or- [ wh«rther anyone els«' goes from here PltENIDENTIAL PARTY
ganized. and will hold dances twice l|or not, and he will spread the infor-
AlUt I VES AT THE CANAI. [
month. It is called the Assembly I mation concerning the resources of
Glien fol- (lie Ih’iK'lll of Hie Scliool—
I’. < . latvvy Will l.ectarv Before Chi-
club, aud is formed from the old thia part of the West over an many Pre«Mcnt Working on HI» Forthcom
slia«1<>WN Auctioned Off to the
On Klamnth Avenue
cago Luid Show, mid Want»
Twenty-one club, which was in exist place» as h. iiovaibly can.
ing Mensage to Congre»«« While
near O- K. Feed Barn
Statistics From Farmer«
ence here last, winter. They will have
some jolly good times this winter.
| A ' Shadow Social" will be given at i
COLON Nov. 14. Secretary Nor- • iw Midland school htiuw on Thursday
Ktamaih County lias plenty of op-
piatunities, and P. C. I.avey will lec-
HorKshoelng a Specially
dentlal party arrived here today for n
of the school. I he ladies arc in
I nrc before the Chicago Land Show on
Joseph Ringo came down from ■
WASHINGTON’. D. (’ . Nov. 14.
D'tember 2d and 3d on the subject. Crescent Friday night and biought i Th«* comptroller of the currency has brief Inspection tour of the Panama vlfed to bring a box of lunch for two. ,
F. T. ALLEN AND
'Southern Oregon Opportunities." returns from that precinct. With infilled a call for the condition of the canal President Taft worked on hit' A literary program will be given, and
E. H. PATTERSON
While Mr. Lavey is familiar with the him were Mrs. Ringo and Mrs. Itray. national banks at the close of busl- forthcoming message to congress cn the shadows" will !•«• auctioned to j
possibilities of this 'region he wmi ' s They drove down with a team.
new November I Oth.
BRIEF NEWS OF THE WEEK
VERY III WITH PNEUMONIA
Select Your Christmas Gifts
Now, while Our Stock
We have a large assortine t of Smoking Jackets,
Lounging Robes, Bath Robes, Sweater
Coats both for men and women,
VOTE IS EIGHTY-THREE 10 NINETEEN
The Portland Store
THE STORE OF
Watch our Windows
FORGER WILL Of BROUGHT BACK HERE
Next to Postoffice
KLAMATH BOYS INTHELEAD
BRAOLEY HARNESS CO.
J. W. li A WX HU RS I
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
SEEKS FARM INFORMATION
New Blacksmith Shop