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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1900)
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THI'RsbVY. MARCH
PROFESIONAL < A 11*
LOCAL AND GENERAL
JOHN S. ORR.
\ndy Ryan, of Spring lak*'. was in
town on .Sunday.
I. 1 " i'" i
H:.1 ment<i. < 'al..
this week, to remain until June.
K i . amath F alls .
John I. I Mini II ami A. C. Wilson,
of I»airy, were in town on Friday ami
sat urdav of last Week.
j-pRAM F. MURDOCH,
E. N. < olson and b.ivid Allen. of
Lost river, were lu re on Tuesday to
•e alsiiit their pensions.
Office near Ponlotfice.
We are told that the brass band is
I preparing to give an entertainment
on the evening of the 30th Inst.
K lamath F allii .
O kbgox .
QEO- S. NICKERSON,
K lamath F alls ,
G. G. Crary. proprietor of pelican
Bay Lodge, has returned home after yy
s|H'nding a few months in \shland.
O ubgom .
Physician and Surgeon.
Gotfri<-d Konzack. a German iiving
in the Tulc lake country, was admit
K lamath F alls ,
ted to < t i/eiiship lieforv Judge Wil-
Formerly resident Ph? »irían and •«iwon •<•
the Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland.
s on Monday.
I >aniel < 'roneinilier and wife of Fort
Klamath, have liven visiting friends
in California for several weeks, and
returned home on Mondav.
KLAMATH FAL1>, - - O
Tow n elrs t imi conies otT next Mon
day .it the new town hall.
The olll- pRED H. MILLS.
eers to lie elected are five I rust «‘es and
a treasurer and recorder, each for the
term of one war.
K i amath F alls ,
and Most Com-1
Judge Willits received a letter
DRS. HARGUS AND STRAW.
Tuesday morning st • ng that Mr.
the insane asylum from this county. Physicians and Surgeons.
Reduced Figures on Shoes. Hats. beeeli'IsT 9. 1***3. died in t hat ¡list I- OFFICE: ('hitwood <1* Co.'s I»rug Store,
attention to diwa««** <4 the Eye. Ear.
t ut ion on Ft bniary 26 last, of pneu-
N um * an<I Thr«»at. <»law*e* fitted.
Ch.thing. Overcoats. etc.
J. F. Goeller informs us tli.it lie ex
pects to discard the steam engine in
his planing mill mid operate his o ta
chinery with electric power as si » m
Proprietor of Freight Wagons.
as the company, of which he is the
leading' member, gets its el.-et rie
Everything ¿one with
plant in running order.
. neatness and dispatch ..
Ip to date Hals
ever seen in
and prices are
itv and Price.
J. B. MOORE,
Found, by Major Worden Oil the
sidewalk in front of th* black-
sin it II shop east of t lie Link v i lie house.
al*>Ut two weeks ago. a pocket Imok
containing a heavy gold ring. It was
left at Baldwin’s store and the owner
is requested to call, prove property
ami pay charges for advertising.
An exchange says that an amend
ment to the holm stead law has ls*en
introduced in congress, which prw-
vides that persons, who have by any
reasons lost their homesteads with
out having proved up on them and
who have not relinquished or sold
them for a valuable consideration and
|teisoiis who have heretofore com
muted their homestead entries, may
take another Immeslead. the idea be
ing that such persons have not had
the full benetit of the homestead law.
ing for a suitable location for a furni
ture store, and seemed to be pleased
with the outl«iok here. Especially so
if the talked of railload materializes.
It would then lie an admirable local
ity for a great variety of enterprises.
Messrs. Whitlock and bickerson slid
that quite a nunilver of people at Sil
verton and vicinity, several of them
wealthy, are thinking of removing to
Klamath county as soon as the road
becomes a certainty.
Two lots with fair dwelling, must
sell in the next month.
w ill floor you. One w hole block near
public school, no improvements.
C. L. pABKlsil.
Keep vour eye on buffv.
Footing. insertion, lace and linen
lawn for handkerchiefs, at E. E.
C. ,1. bickerson ami .1. W. Whit
lock. of Silverton. <»r.. came here last
week anil left Monday evening to re
Children sand ladies’ mittens at
turn hom<‘. Mr. Whitlock was l<.s>k- E. E. Huse’s Millinery.