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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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IP. H. MURPHY
Damp ProoSng of Cellar
ftlt and Gravel RooHns;
MASTIC WALKS FLOORS
Fifty Designs of HooHng
X With Haldwln Hardware Co.
Vur Kagle Point, IhlrKM, rtwlng
Z Creek resorts. Agency anil Kt.
Klamath, take tlic
Wlilrh leaves llurna Vista boat
house at H a. m. dally, currying
passengers, null anil rtnrt.
Has leave hotels at 7:30 a. m.
Itrtarn A p. m. Rvrimlons on
Call lhoor RTI for fanl-er In-
L. J. REINHART t
Ofllco at V. T. Shire's Ileal-
Merino Building, cost f 16,000
Hasklni' old front made
F. H. llrown, resldence..2,300
T. V. llrooks. rcsldcnco..I,S00
and others, nil of Mod ford, Ore.
Phoenix Public School-IIS.O 00
Are Prepared to
do all Kinds of
Chimneys and Fines a
Specialty; Built on
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
Tour Orders Solicited
Chastain, Langell S Co
Kmbrotdcry snle now on nt Stilts.'
J. N. Adams of Dairy la In the city,
J. I'. Colahan of Dairy U nbnut
Any shirtwaist In the window rocs
for 9S cents at Stilts' store thin week
A. M. Claw ton of Swnn lake I In
Mm. I,. Davidson of Merrill Is In
Jars of money given away nt the
C, Cuhnlnghnm nnd Jay Aiant nre
In from the t!a.
C. M. Palmer of Keno Springs Is In
the city on business.
J Jnr of money Riven nwny nt the
I Portland Store.
J C, Pitch of takevlcw is regis
tered nt the Amerlmn.
S. BM Ml y of Mnrdocl Is n ItiR
thU city n visit on business.
For good home rooking, como to
the Oregon House. Meuls .ir cents,
J. Ward nnd A. Norn in of Dorrls
nre registered at the American
There Is tcnly of mosquito net
ting nt the KKK Store.
Mm. M. McMillan, proprietress of
the l.nkesldo I mi, who has been III for
the p.nt few days. Is up and nround
Smoked glasses nnd auto i;-)r;i;le
for bright dan nnd windy dns.
Kngtnccr II. F. Iteldcl has returned
from an Inspection of the country on
the wcit side of the ttpiier lake,
heri! he hns been for the pusl week
Mrs. V. C. Chltwood nnd Misses
Kel)n. Klsle and llesslo Applcgnte
Bat every piece of Furniture In
this More la In Itself work of art;
as near perfect as the best of ma
lerlal and workmanship ran make.
Kvery purchaser has the satisfac
tion of knowinc that he has the
brat tliat money and nricelled op
portnnltlra for buying ran obtain,
and lias furniture 'that will be a
credit to any home.
Itrlng your furniture orders here
and liave the supreme satisfaction
of knowinc that no one any place
lias any better.
MJ THE FURNI'
THE FURNITURE MAN
HIXTII Kl, NEAIt MAIN
The BestEqalpped Motion
Picture Theater la
IMMIHH OI'KN AT 7:!U
ADMISSION III CKNTH
I Today's Program
"A Colonial Soldier."
"An Electric Uattcry."
"A Priest of the Wilderness;
Father Jacques Mission to
"Willie's Fall From Grace"
"Stolen Plans, or Tho Hoy.
"Mardl dras In Havana."
"Adventures of a Keg."
THE BIG STORE
M I -&
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Br- r ,
Every now and then some one gets lost and comes
into our store and asks where they are at. After they
get their bearings we show hem through our stock of
Furniture and Kitchen Hardware and give them prices
that seem to agree with them first-rate. They always
promise to come back and see us some time. We don't try
to cut any splurge just plug along, tell the truth, and be
satisfied with what we can get. . Don't forget the place.
lenvo In tho mortiliiK for Bonltle.
whero they expect In spend tho next
couple of weeks vnolng the beauties,
of tho fair.
Kmmltt lleesoin, who tecenlly pur
chased n ranch near this ilt, mine
over from Medfnrd jestenlay In til
'09 Iteo for the purpose of innklnit ur
ruiiKements for fiH-dlnc his initio en
route here. Ho will return to Med
ford In tho mornlnit nnd will lrt
his cuttle this u. It Is understood
ho hns some very line dnlr stoik In
his bunch. Ills fntulli will stmt nt
otue for this place.
Fred Parqttette of ItmeburK lml
another experience with his riinnwn)
team this mornliiK near the court
house corner. An elderly lady, who
had bien rldlnK with him, h.td Just
nllKhliM nnd he stnrtod to dilve off.
when n tUK hmke The tenui spratu;
forward at u terrlllr call Mr Par
quelle, seelnK the datiKcr, Jumped
from the rl. nnd fortiinnlel) escaped
with n few bruises, Ills oiupo was
tulr.irulous, iiwIhk to the fmt that for
the pnst month or so he has been on
crutches while henlluK u broken leu
which he received In a ruiinwa) with
tills sntuo team near Keno
NOTIli: OF MKTTI.IIKT til'
NOTICK Is hen by gltcn that Alex
Martin Jr., ndmlnlstrntor of the es
tate of llodney S. How en, deceased,
hns DIihI with the t'ounty Court nt
Klninnth County, Oregon, for settle
meiit his tlnnl nrroiiut In Ihe mlmln
Istratlou of the said estate, nnd tlt.tt
Monday, Auitust 30lli. nt : 00 p m
at the courthouse In said county and
jtnte Is the lime nnd place llxeil for
tlic loarlnR of any and nil objections
to said flnnl account and the settle
ment thereof, nnd any person Inter
ested may appear nnd tile exceptions
to said account nnd mutest to same
AI.KX MAUTIX Jit,
Administrator of the Kstntn of llod
ney 8. How en, Drtensed
Clearance Sale Ends
Saturday, Aug. 28th
At which time we will give away two jars of money
as first and second prizes. Also, we will have two
other cash prizes, making in all four prizes to be
given away. Between now and the end of this
great sale come in and take advantage of our many
bargains in all departments in order to enable you
to participate in this prize contest. You not cn'y
save money on the goods bought, but may receive
enough in a prize to pay for all you need this fall
and winter. Remember, at 10 olock p. m. sharp.
Saturday, August 28th.
PltOltWAI.S FOIt fUt.VIN'tl
77 777 I LIM
Department of the Interior, office
of Indian Affairs, Washington, l C ,
Inly 10. 1909. Scaled proposals for
letllni; crailm; prhlleKe on the
Klamath Indian Itciervntlnn, Ore-ton,
under the permit sjsteni, will bo re
;eled nt thu office of tho Commis
sioner of Indlun Affairs, Washing,
ton, I). C, until two o'clock p. in, on
Monday. August 30, 1909. nnd lll
bo Immediately Ihcnnftcr opened In
tho presence of curb bidders ns may
ittend. Maps stowing tho location of
tho reservation and nil necessary In
formation ma) be obtained on appll--nllon
to tho Superintendent of the
Klamath Indian School, Klamath
It. tl. V.M.KNTINi:.
7-29, 8:3 Commissioner.
? What 7
? Shall 7 i
For Sale by
T. W. STEPHENS
thi: iio.v ton ;itoci:uv.
A llttlo store with tho best In the
groctry lino clean, now, fresh, and
prices reasonable Ono trial will
convlnco you that It Is tho place to
trade, 7-1 otf
? We 7 i!
VAN RIPER BROS.
Dr. Amos C. Gmvci
,. H. II, OHM. OP U II,
Kllliutll I alls. Olr
Po.tomro lld , hVrond s-1 Mils I
I Improved Frlcllonleu!
All nork nllriobil to pnoipllr
nuil (Nrfiit ufrly linarjiilis'it,
Itlaiiulli l'n 1 1 .
fturs isr l
VIRGIL & SON
Cor. 4th ane Klamath.
Captain J, J. Itahm has Just re
ceived his new power launch "Mar
garita" from tho Michigan Sleel Hunt
company, Tho launch Is eighteen feet
long, four and a half feet beam, with
a six horse-power engine, canopy top,
and capable of carrying comfortably
fourteen passengers. Her speed is
twelve miles per hour. Hesldes the'
launch, tho captain has twehu row
boats of different sizes whlih can bo
secured at reasonable rates by nppl
Ing at his now boatliouso on tho Up
per lako. Tho Margarita will be
used for thu passenger business In the
Upper luko and ran bo chartered at ,
rcasonablo rales upon application to
D. V. KUY KENDALL ,
Attorney at Law ;
Klamath Falls, Onv-n i
I'lion. It'Slilrnre S23 OClro ua
Dr. J. E. Taylor,
I'HVfiK IAN AMI si lt(ii:oS,
Vt l.lgbl P.uimriig, tlisllj tlrswd, X
AlHHilutrlf Hi list
full ami lnillgl
XOTK'K fOtl I'l'III.ICATION
ot Coal liuil.
Department of tho Interior. II. H.
IJtnd Office at I-nkovlow. Oreuon.
August IC, 109, I
NOTICK U hereby given that John
II. Colburn of Olene, Oregon, who. on
Dccombcr 6, 1907, mado llotnestead
Application 3910, Herlal 01C00. for
SUM of NV4. KJ4 f HW'4, NW'U
of 8B'i. Hccllon 11. Townsbln an
South, Itange 10 Kast, WIHninc-lto
meridian, hns filed notlio of Intcu.
Hon to inako Final Commiitutinn
Proof, to exlabllsh (lalin to tlm r, ,,,i !
obovo described, boforu C. It. Detail,
County Clerk, at Klamuth Falls, or...
Kon, on tho 20th day of October.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Blado of Olono, Oregon.
Herbert Tipton of Olene, Oregon.
Loo Wrlghtmeyor of Olono, Oro
Kon. A. T, Wilson of Olono, Oregon.
AHTIIUII W. OHTON,
8-19 9-30 Iloglstor.
The McRoikoy Innor-liced mat.
tress la taking the lead of nil others
in material and construction. Thov
aro neat, handsomo, and durablo as
well. Vou can always got thorn at tho
Dig Store, Virgil ft Bon.
Visit It ?
Last week we invited the peo
ple of Klamath Falls to visit bur
Store and see for themselves its
cleanliness, the efficient staff of
clerks and the completeness of
IF NOT, COME THIS WEEK
For it is really to your advantarte to know
what so many know already-.-that it pava to
iraae at the
WE KEEP WHAT PEOPLE NEED TO EAT