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INTERESTING SCHOOL WORK
pit king up thuir atiuys, preparatory
to feeding. Hhoiild th« snow «tay on
until «prlng It will work a hardship
upou a few ranchers.
MONEY FROM TIMBER SALES EXPENSE BILLS ARE HEAVY tested and proven
OREGON G ETN NEARLY FORTY CONTH
TROCHA ND DOLLARN
The reservoir receutly constructed
Títere Is a Heap of Molare in Being
Aid* to Depend Upon « Well-
ala-room bouse. This can lie cut up
and sold in small tracts; Hout hem
Pacific will pat In switch within 300
feet of thia land. Price 875 per acre;
92.000 <aah; balance on very easy
A GOOD FARM—1«O acres, all
cleared; 08 acres under ditch; fenced;
bowse; A40 per acre; only 8'J.OOO
casli; balance very easy teems.
A FINE TWENTY; only 4K miles
out; all under Irrigation. One of the
l>est crops of wheat raised on thi.**
land. Meed It to alfalfa and sell it for
double th«- price asked—875 per acre.
Only 8500 rash; balance enay terms.
700 ACRKN NEAR BONANZA;
well lm|>rov<*d; good house, ham;
fenced. Alxait 500 acrea fine farming
land. Good rewt-rvolr site. Fine stock
and farming proposition. Price fill
per a« re,
by H. L. Arant In Pine Flat failed to
For months Klamath Falls readers
Seepage «<> threatened
New School llouscM Are Comfortable,
seen the constant expression of
to wuxh an op*-nlng that tin- hcadguti*
praise for Iman's Kidney Pills, and
IK rm live Nlrui lurew— Insti
meat Forcata Is l’«ed for
huh opened. The weather permitting
|H'IJ< d to Pay Dearly for
read about the good work they have
l>lr. Arant hill strengthen the dam to
tute at Midland
Road*» and Melloni«
What They Get
done in this locality,
¡ Insure a suffli ienl storag* for next
Th*' local iuHlItut«* uud «dutatlonal
vinclng proof of merit
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WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 28.
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Nov. 29.
tall) held ill thu 111 lilvIiiH ml Hclitxil
Mrs. Zula Herzog.
Mr and Mrs K H. Oden and family Tor the fiscal year ended June 30th American employers need not be sur
< n November I Nth wax well attended
Yreka, Calif., »ays; "I wa«
were guest« of Prof, and Mrs II. M last, I he United Ulates Department of prised to receive lusty expense ac-
by both teaehers und parent«, and tin*
coiinU from traveling salesmen sent afflicted with kidney trouble for some
day was vnry profitably mid happily
Agricultural announces the 25 per
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Into Brazil, nays Commercial Agent time, my back lining lame and painful.
pent In the i II m ' uhh I ou of «cbool top
cent of national forest revenue which Turner In a report to th»- government. I tried first one remedy and then an
W E. i.i-Uinioti I m taking the ki I iixi I
les Tin* people of the neighborhood
will go to the states for roads and In Pernambuco, a city of 150,000 other but could not get Relief. My
l>rcpm*'il *>n*' of th« gix>d, bountixiu« <*« uhiih this week
strength and energy left me, I becam«'
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school purposes amounted to 1506.- population he asked nn American
country dinners mid «ervixl it to th«
thin and wa« hardly able to do my
Til« many friends of Mrs. Win 194 84. This was 167,492 03 more
t«m iter«, patron« find children al th«
TRIM IM ONLY A PARTIAL LIHT
having a total weight of not over 50<t housework. I did not know for cer-
lioxpllali)« lioine o( Mt. mid Mitt. Mail Nortrldge will lx> pleased to learn that than last wear, or ;*n Increase of u
tain that my kidneys caused rny suf- of farms we have for sale. If you
«he sustained a HUCCMMtul operation
fering. but I finally decided to tak» don't find what you want, come in
little over 15 per ce.ii The pay.eC’iK the result:
On* of the principal fust urea of th« for appendicitis at Ashland on No-
Doan'« Kidney Pills. They brought and see US. We can get it for yon.
■lay sum xonn- deinonxtrntlon work of vernber 19th.
relief, and In about two week«
Hee Geo. H. Rice, with Chilcote,
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from taxable property sustained from the steamer to the shore and
th« ;>i*igri*«M mad« In th« Hildebrand
I after I commenced their use I was office adiotnlng the American Hotel.
Willie Jonas In out for contracts to through »Midraw.il of the forest land
ihixil Mr. J. o. Wight, th« teachor,
feeling like a different woman. I am Phone WO I.
He will saw and rick It In from entry under the public land for exhibit. This store room was up
* uk nuked to bear c I umm *« In first, sax- saw wood
one flight of stairs, over a shop. The now enjoying the best of health, and
«nd unil third grade reudlng. using the timber or deliver same
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
salOHtnan hired a man (o- ?f, cents to I feoi that Doan's Kidney Pills de-
ih« methods ordinarily used In th««« wishing to lay In their winter's sup-
The amounts which will go to the
I serve the entire credit.” (Statement
sweep down the stslrs and make them
recitation«. Hom« critlciain of meth
various stat«« are as follows:
(Not Coal Lands)
presentable. He bad to buy six boards given July 15, 1907.)
od« followed, blit ull agreed that the mar leave orders for same at Scdgo'n
Re- Indom»- rn« -n t.
Arizona.................. . ,851,229.38
Department of the Interior. United
result« obtained by Mr. Wight were Jonas, though young will deliver the
Mrs. Herzog was Interview on Octo
State I-and Office at Lakeview,
California .............. . . 60,752.91
to spread his goods. Ho employed a
After reading the goods
Oregon, Nov. 5, 1910.
. . 50,306.19
carpenter to make him fo»tr simple ber 22, 1909, and she said: Doan's
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< la«M wan «ski'd to spell the word«
Notice is hereby given that John
Floilda.................. . .
hoi4?« on which to lay his tables. Kidney Pills cured me of kidney trou
Owing to the Inclemency of the
»tudled In connection with their read
ble two years ago, and I am pleased Slade, whose postoffice address Is
Idaho ....................... . , 66,074.55
ing. und the crltlcl«in of critics who weather nud the «lastly roads, school
was 33.60. A man charged 36 cents to re-lndorse them at this time. I Olene, Ore., did. on the 9th day of
>»ay that modern children cannot «pell hus|><-iided for one wook at Dairy and
for carrying the outfit to the hired have used this remedy off a*nd on May, 1910, file In this office sworn
were floored by thut exhibition The two days at Hildebrand.
The salesman then bought 36 since 1907, and have always received statement and application No. 03478,
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••ntlre class stood the test admlrnbh
to purchase the Elt of NE14 section
cents worth of wrapping p«per to the best of results.”
«nd two refused to b« upelled down.
J <1. Wright of Upper Yonna.
For sale by all dealer*. Price 50 10. township 338, Range 10E, Wil
Nevada .................. . 16,314.33
cover his benches, and proceeded to
Altai lunch Chan A. Howard, who piouiod through Dairy Sunday, travel
New Mexico........... . 38,529.53
unpack his wares for Inspection
He i cent«. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, lamette meridian, and the timber
lias been acting principal of the Klam ing from Swan Lake
North Dakota ....
bad to pay a month's rent for the New York, sole agents for the United thereon, under the provisions of the
ath County High school, gave what hoys, of the Connor ranch, are win
art of June 3, 1878, and acts amen
room, although he expected to be States.
he t< riu*d a report to th« propio of tering hla bunch of cattle and horses.
datory, known as the "Timber and
Oregon .................. . . 39,635.87
there only two weeks,
the work and equipment of the coun
Stone Law,” at such value as might
South Dakota ....
rented for lift a month, ft cost that I and take no other.
Thia was followed by an
Hairy Mills will erect a 23x24 bun
Utah ...................... .. 32,905.49
be fixed by appraisement, and that,
salesman 833 before he had shown
Irterasting lecture of a Htud«nt‘a Lit ■ galow on his homestead In Upper
i b*-tween Fifth and 8ixth will be oc- pursuant to such application, the laud
Washington ......... . . 33,671.89
his goods to a person.
in Germany,” by Mlaa A. E Cornwall Yonna
” “Another salesman from Rurone c"”led
a moving picture house con- and timber thereon have been ap
Frank Cutter will do the
Wyoming .............. . . 34,704.54
of Klamath County High achool. MI hm work.
by. Mr" •»‘’Fella B Sparks. praised at a total of 8330.00, the
Noteworthy 1« the especially heavy told me it alwavs cost him twice what
Cornwall present««! nn interesting pic
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Increase over the amounts last year I had enumerated to ge* started, be Mrs. Sparks is an experienced con timber e«tfmc.*e«l at 250.OuO board
ture of life In the Fatherland, which
Mrs. Chas McCumber went to the In certain states. In California the cause he had eight trunks of Euro- ductor of moving picture shows, and f^et at |1 per t'acusand, and tie land
was enjoyed by all, and particularly Falla Wednesday
of the finest places In S>9; that va'l applicant will off^r
amount row by over 25 per cent In pean goods, and herequircM a larger. *'»_ h*<*
<o by iho G»*rtnaua who were prraeut
this part of the state.
final proof In support of bis applica-
Idaho by over 35 per cent, and in Ore room
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In the next room in the same build t on and sworn statemeut oi. the 13th
Hup»rlutond«nt Hwan liaa spent th«
creases are the result of Increased passesg«rs who mnst get ashore the ing J. B. Chambers will have the Gun day of January, 1911, before R. M
last two weeks In the country, vislt-
In national forest timber sales beat wav thev can. Each passenger Is Store, and in the third room will be H.chardson, foiled States commis
Mrs. E. 8. Phillips starts for an ea*
ug M-hoola. Ills Itinerary Included the
states, and are an earnest of compelled to hire a rowhoa»'. usually the Home Realty company's office and sioner, at Kl iniath Falls O egon.
Mummer« school. Ilonley. Pine Grove. * tended visit with relatives in the
Any person lx at llbertv to protest
happen as the timber sup after considerable dicker. The boat- the Br»<Uey Harness shop.
018*4 Dairy. Hlldi'hrand. Butin. Ma East on the 1st of December.
The offices in the Odd Fellows’ tem it is purctMSj before entry or ini
ply which the government is caTlng <nan lowers the baggage over the
lin. fltuiHtn View and Gale tn nil of
ple are already being leased, and the tiate a eorten at any time before
Theodore Case spent Thanksgiving for comes Into full demand. Since ship's side into his boat The p&vser.-
the a< hoola an Increased attendance la
following men will occupy a few of patent 1st a i , tv filing » corroborat-
Several of the schools are with his parents at the ranch.
ited to what the forests will keep on and upon reaching the bottom takes the suites: Mr. Shumway will have a *-o affidavit in this office alleging
taxed to their full seating capacity
suite of two roomi Dr. Truax two facts which sou'd ddfea*. the entry.
The Ladies Aid moots with Mr« growing, the Income to the states will his chances when the »talrwav a«d
On this round he found three new.
rooms, C. M. O’Neill three rooms, No
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
thoroughly modern achool house* Nick Monson next mooting.
land & Chapman three rooms, and R.
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Henley Pine Grove and Hhaata View
E. Wattenburg two rooms. The other
Richard Quimby had the misfor
The dralgn of the building« has brok
permitted. According to the calcula the boatman's fees are navshle. The rooms on this floor will probably be GU AROIAN'S SALE OF
en away from th«» old boxcar style, tune to lose two of his fingers on the
tions of the department of agricul dicker with the land man to haul the leased before the building is com
and certainly no more beautiful and right hand through the accidental dis
officials the states will eventually Inggage to destination then begins, pleted.
■ omfortable rural achool buBdlnga charge of hie gun whllo out hunting.
In the County Court of the 8tate of
The east hall on the third floor of
receive many times what the forests This, when arrsnred, ends In having
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«re to be found In any section 8p<>
Oregon, for the County of Klam
temple will be occupied exclusive
John Koontx and wife wore in town
rial attention baa been paid to the |
at a cost out of proportion to the
heating, ventilating and lighting of Saturday.
lows. The west ball has already been In the Matter of the Estate and Guar
ed demand for government timber.
value of the service.”
Cross lighting has i
| leased to the following orders: The
dianship of Oussie Maude Jory
been avoided, the windows being
Annie May Jory, Minors.
•laced so that the light will fall over day and Sunday with Mrs Harry
Woodmen of the World and the Wo
Notice Is hereby given that the
the left ahouldera and backs of th«
men of Woodcraft.
above named county court has duly
Two of tho building* are]
licensed the undersigned guardian of
There was a special school meeting
'■quipped with Waterman-Waterbury
WIRES DOWN IN ALL PARTS OF MANY WILL ( HANGE LOCATIONS ed has been promptly filled by a de the estate of Gussie Maude Jory and
heaters, which supply a constant cur
sirable class of tenants, and have been Annie May Jory, minors, to sell the
rent of wnrm freah air to the room
paying ventures from the start.
hereinafter described real estate,
The Shasta View building is a two-
property of said minors, at private
room building, and the teachers.
for cash, or a part caah, balance
A Natural ('urioeity
Amy Puckett and Miss Hasel He agitating the division of the prewent
by note, with mortgage security, and
Kown are conducting on« of the best
he was taken along to the funeral. A notice is hereby given that the said
With Country Districts
«cbixila in the county. This school build a school house some where near
short time after this, being very guardian will, on and after, the 6th
is In the new Bohemian colony, tend Is
naughty, I tried to frighten him by day of December, A. D. 1910, proceed
largely attended by the Bohemian
to sell at the office of Horace M. Man
• hlldren They also fill another school
ning, in the White-Maddox building.
at Malin to Its fullest seating capacity.
ations that are being made by those little boy, you will die and then they Klamath Falls. Klamath County, Ore
These enterprising people are Thanksgiving program at the Henley
who are to occupy new quarters with wtll put you in a hole like they did gon. at private sale, to the highest
working wonders with what was n
bidder, the following described real
in the next few weeks. Splendid grandpa.”
v«-ar eg« sage and sandhill«. Some
of the best crops In the county wore
An undivided one-half interest each
raised by them on la-nd that thia time served the usual Thanksgiving vaca broken down between Ninth and Elev fixtures for the new locations are to always wanted to see whet grandpa
the following described land and
tion last Thursday and Friday.
be the most modern that can be pro was doing down there, anyhow.”—
last year wan sage brush
real estate, to-wit: Commencing at
a a a
and two more went down on Pine cured.
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the southwest corner of lot two (2 ) in
Falling trees and branches
Mr. and Mrs Hedges of Dorris street.
A tenchers' Institute will be held
The first ones to move were Ward
block fifty-two (52) in Nichols' addi
at Midland D««cemb«r 10th. A large
A Obenchain, who occupied their
Notice is hereby given, to all whom tion to the town of Klamath Falls
attendance of teacher* Is expected, rill Munday, and were obliged to stop wires, until It was almost Impossible former location In the Willits build
it may concern, that the co-partner (originally town of Llnkvllle), Klam
■ind no doubt the patrons will all be on the way on account of the storm. to communicate with any portion of ing last Monday. The East End
ship of Latham & Bryant Is dissolved, ath County, State of Oregou, acco-d-
Kandy Kitchen will move Into the oth
There was no communication with er room in the Willits' building ad and that I will not be responsible for Ing to the recorded plat thereof,
To make It more convenient for the arm. the result of falling fourteen
the outlying districts except Merrill, joining Ward & Obenchain about De any indebtedness incurred by said co thence north thirty-eight (38) de
poop)« of tho county who have hutri- feet from a porch in Hornbrook.
grees and forty-five (45) minu’es,
a a a
and that line was clear only because it cember 1st. The name of the busi partnership on and after this date.
ncua at the superintendent's office.
Dated Klamath Falls, Ore., Nov. east one hundred snd thirty (130)
Superintendent Swan has employed
ness will be changed to "Hojtey's.”
feet, thence south fifty-one (51) de
Miss Carleton aw deputy. She will be passed through here today with a All other outside lines were out of
Of the three rooms In the Odd Fel
and fifteen (15) minutes, east
tn th»' office during the regular office band of fine horses.
lows' temple, the corner one will be
sixty (60) feet; thence south thlrty-
a a a
hours every dav. Mr. Rwan makes it
occupied by the K. K. K. Store, while
eight (88) degrees and forty-fire
Miss Faye West la out of school on a number of handsome shade trees in
a imlnt to be In tho office every Sat
the Walkover Shoe company will have
(45) minutes, west one hundred and
urday ttnlees attending Institutes or
the adjoining one. The third room is
(130) feet, thence north fifty-
branches and splitting the trunks.
other Important school buslnen.
being fitted up by J. V. Houston for e
E. G. Argraves and Frank H. Cof one (51) degrees and fifteen (15)
Archie Colson and wife went to the
This arrangement, he believes, will
moving picture show, and be is now fee, members of the City Realty com minutes; west sixty (60) feet to place
T. Rhlve's yard split In two from the
better servo the people, and enable Falla this week.
in San Francisco selecting the most pany of Klamath Falls, have dis of beginning. EXCEPT six (6) feet
him to spend morn time visiting
up-to-date outfit that money can pro solved partnership. Mr. Argreavee off the entire westerly end thereof;
Judge Short was a caller at the
cure. The K. K. K. Storr will be in having sold his interest in the firm to said estate being subject to the dower
Short Brothers' ranch this week.
FIVE MEN LORE THEIR
their new quarters about December R. I. Long.
interest of Mattle J. Beebe, the same
Superintendent Swan visited the
LIVES IN AN ACCIDENT 10th, while Houston's pl’ture house
NEWRY ITEMH FROM DAIRY
being now owned by Minnie Clift
Henley school a week ago.
will be opened about the 15th.
MATTIE J. BEEBE.
Land Imperishable Security
Explosion in Oklahoma Mine la Fatal
MI m Zelma fledge has been suffer
In the basement of the Odd Fel-
IT CANNOT RE LOST, stolen or Guardian of the Estate and Person
Mrs. La Prarle wan In Klamath
to Many—Cause of Disaster
ing from a severe cold.
lows' temple Frank Sargeant wlll burned. Even an earthquake only
of Gussle Maud Jory and Annie
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la Not Known
open one of the finest bowling alleys shakes the dust off. It is the only se
May Jory. Minors.
Vernie Arant is confined to the
and pool rooms In the state, and he curity that you yourself control. With
Johnnie Short .and family have
house, owing to nn ulcerating car.
McALESTER, Okla . Nov. 28 Five expects to have it ready about the 1st the building of the new railroach land
gone to Tulare, Calif., for an extended
For the Ambitions—
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miners were killed last night by an of January.
values will swore than double.
E. B fledge and wife wore recent
explosion In the Jumbo Asphalt mine
As soon as the new Bristol building your g<xxl judgment and buy now be
visitors nt the Falls.
of the Choctaw Asphalt company, on Main street, between the Boston fore the* advance.
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Gone to Medford
near Antler, according to a message Store and the Portland store, is com
A GOOD BUY-----IO acres, 2 miles
C. B. Burgdorf has purchased
Chas. P. Murray, who han been em to R. W. Church, state mine Inspector pleted. O. M. Hector will occupy tho from Midland, a fine* piece of land; 81
esa not sttaad
S t nuál
• Ighty acres of Vernon Hastings, lying ployed an a chauffeur for the Gordon- The cause Is unknown. The Jumho cast room with a complete stock of acres under the ditch. 82.400. Only
■ IHI~ All laatrnetioa, iaclodtog l«al
asaalnatioa« Is FRKX.
north of J. R. Welch's place. Ho In Baldwin Auto company for some time I* the largest mine In this section of dry goods and ladies’ wearing ap 8000 cash; balance in 1, 2 and 3
•t«4«ato preparing for rotl.g. ar ulno
to wow*a»«l«ba, grsagr*. *ngto«Mw«nd
tends improving it at once.
pnst. left for his home in Medford the state.
All of the victims arc parel. It is expected that he will be years.
kam« aalo Ma praliwiBary •santoa-
In his new quarters by the 15th. He
ONE-MIYTY AURE8, 2 miles from
Maa Is raqalrsA Tkls mall ooons wsaa«
Later reports showed that five are will also retain the store he occupies station; llfl under ditch, 70 acres |
Fifteen inches of snow fell last made many friends during his stay
week. As a consequence Mr. fledge here who will be sorry to see him known to be dead and nine more are at present, using the two rooms for cleared: house; partly fenced; 8881
|«er acre; easy terms.
sold out his line of felts and rubbers. leave. He promises to return In the entombed In the mine. Three hun hie rapidly Increasing business.
The other building which Mr. Bris
ONLY’ THREE MILES from town;
Old-timers are looking for a hard spring to resume his duties with the dred rescuers are working to sa-ve the
lives of the entombed msn.
tol is having erected on Main street, 100 acres, all under irrigation; ffne
winter, and most stockmen are now auto company.
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