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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Go to Mannings for a new pipe.
Frank Kester, of l'oe Valley, was I tai
tbe city Tuesday.
MELVIN D. WILLIAMS
Fine Tine of Jewelry at the Novelty.
E. W. Roberts, of Poe Valiev, was tn
town Monday on hnminees.
For busNiees lots go to Maanu A Slough
F. P. VanMeter and wife, of Poe Val
ley. were in the city Tuesday.
KI.AMATII FALLS. : : OREGON
New Souvenir spoons. L. Alva Lewie.
Ora Engle, eon oi A. H. Engle, of this
Official engineer Klamath Water Ve city, was down from Fort Klamath Fri
For farm lands go to Mason A Slough.
New walnuts, almonds. Brazil«, Pe
cans, Filberts and peanuts st Gregory*
For abstracts go to Mason A Slough.
B. Bennett, the Photographer and
For up-to-dste Tailor Suits,
Prune man. of Mtxlford, was in town
Jackets, Rain Coats, call at
Sunday on business.
MRS. O. W . FISH
A fine new line of Harmonicas at
Commissioner Fred Mel base returned
home Thursday night from a visit to
Musical Instruments Southern California.
Tuned and Ke pal rad
For residence lots go to Mason A
PROF. W. B. FOSTER Slough.
Mrs. C. O. Clopton and sister, Miss
Kate Collahan, of Bonansa, are visiting
in the city this week.
Old Violins a Specialty
Fire Insurance at cost. See Bonney
Tbe steamer Winema is not making
regular tripe at preeent on account of
GENERAL FREIGHTER, ice on tbe U pper Lake.
All grades of cigars at all prices at
Prompt and careful attention
A. D. Harpold, who is connected with
to all orders.............................
the Lost River Realty Company, of Bo
nanza. was in the city Friday.
Christmas Candy. Get prices. City
. Drug Store.
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
Boas—Thursday November 16, 1005,
< to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Cox, of
Cleanliness and Good Work Klamath Fails, a daughter.
A perfect Talcum Powder-By La. City
Opposite Lakeside Parr
Cirii and Irrigation Engineer,
Suits and Jackets
Mrs. Wm. Whillock
j. n. noo re ,
KLAMATH BARBER SHOP
James Tobin on Friday sold his Lost
Also Agent for LONDON AND River ranch, consisting of 400 acres, to
L ANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
California parties for >8000.
RALEIGH i CO
We have a large list of city, farm and !
-nlrer lands, which we will be pleased
t. how to homeseekers and investors.
’b-vie 15. Office Worden Bldg, End of
Fine fresh candies at Chitwood’s
Have you seen the Meerschaum and
French Briar pipes at Gregorys? They
arc beauties and prices are right.
Get a Yale pocket knife at Chitwood'*
and be satisfied.
Alex. Nosier is now working on Duf
fy’s boat bouse, which ia to be ready for
use on the Vpper Lake next spring.
Pocket knives, razors, strops and cut-
tlerv at Manning’s.
Chas. I. Homes and Mart Myers, of
Spencer Creek, were in the city Satur
day proving up on their homesteads.
We have six cottages for sale.—Ma
ron A Slough.
Thomas J. Nickerson, of Langell Val
ley, made final proof on his homestead
Saturday before County Clark Chastain.
Fora quick sate list your property
with Burns A Horning.
V. H. Chapman, of Aahland, who has
been visiting his sister, Mrs. Horace V.
Mitchell, leftTuesday morning for boms.
For tule lands go to Mason A Slough.
B. F. Ixmsisv. of Fort Klamath, who
owns coBsidsrabls rvshlenes ptopertjr in
Klamath Falla, I nn moved to this eity
for the winter.
Fee «hatreds go to Mason A Slough.
Engineer M. D. Williams left Monday
Jay for Merrill, where he »ill subdivids
some land for N. S. Merrill, and other
parties. He expects to be goue some
The celebrated Julia Marlow shoes for
I «dies at the Boston Store.
It you are thinking of buying any
jewelry for Christmas gifts, call and see
my line and get prices. I can save you
money. J. A. Gregory. Two doors
from Post office.
A new line of jewelry, watches, silver
ware, etc. L. Alva Lewis.
Rev. Levi Johnson, who has been as
sisting Rev. Fergnesou in comlucting
some religious services at Merrill, left
Tuesday morning for bis home at
Exclusive Agents for the “New Idea"
Patterns. The Boston Store.
H. T. Anderson,of Merrill, was in the
city Saturday. Mr. Anderson mvs that
there are a lot of investors coming into
Merrill country, and that a number of
them are buying farming lands.
For fit and style and new shapes in
■hoes go to the Boston Shoe Store.
W. C. Dalton, of Tule Lake, was I in
tbe city Saturday. Mr. Dalton i will
leave this week with his family for a
visit with his parents in Indian Terri
tory. He may also visit his old home
II you want a nice pair of shoes lor
the baby, come to the Boston Store.
District Attorney W. J. Moore, ar
rived in the city Sunday from latkeview
to attend the December term of the
Circuit Court. After the closing of
Court, be will join bis wife in Ashland
for tbe winter.
We can save you money on brick
buildings. Bonney and Falb Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan D. Applegate left
Monday morning for Oakland, Calif
ornia, where they will make tbeir home.
They were accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Applegate, who are going to
San Jose for the winter.
Special sales. Friday and Saturday
on Rainier Beer. 5 cents per glass at
tbe Monarch. Geo. Biehn.
Horses are getting scarce in Lake
county. E. W. Gowan, of this city, has
been in the vicinity of Silver Lake try
ing to buy horses, and from reports he
has been unable to find enough horses
for sale to make a drive.
Write with a Waterman Ideal. They
C. N. Hawkins anil W. K. lirown, of
write right. Chitw«><i *eH* them.
Hollister, California, arrived in the city
last Thursday, on bosinae« ronnealed
A chicken dinner will •* gi»»" «’»rrv
with their propSrty here. Beside» «ome Snn.fay al the Gem Restaurant lor 2A
city property, Mr. Hawkins ora» 13 cents.
acres adjoining town on the east, which
The Oregon Fire Relief AmnwislMf». I*
he is contemplating platting n» an addi-
by Bonney anti Falb, Klam
lion to Klamath Falls. This is the prop
erty which the Klauiatb Canal Com- ath Falls.
Free Hot Jnnvh served at the Hank
1 pany attempt«*«! to fill up before they
| withdrew, by sluicing from their canal. Exchange with drinks from 10 to t?
Fre«« with each >1.00 cash purchase a. m. and H to 13 p. ni.
you get a ticket. The person bringing
The Boston Store is selling Packard
in th«« greatest number of ticket» IM- ■hoes. wHeh are always up to-dste.
rcomber St, M, gets a F-M la«li»» gold i Every )>air matte to wear.
The Proprietor of the St««ain Laundry
■ wonld thank patron« to report anv com
A. H. Naftsger. O. X. Wendling, of
plaints in regard to work or prices.
the California Northeastern Railroad,
For Kale—3WJ acres g-Hxl (arming land
and C. M. Cross, of San Francis»-«», ar
rived in the city last Thursday and spent two mile» due West of Klamath tall« at
several days arraugmg the details of a till per acre. Alao 266 acre« of no
very important business transaction, the . home ranch at Keno, Oregon. R A.
particulars of which has not yet l«en Emmitt.
With each piece of Jewelry twiighl st
New line of watches at Winters.
the Novelty, you receive a coupon on
1'aasBVTzniANC mcucm —Sunday school the ladies Elgin Watch which will be
at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and given to tlie person holding
7 :30 p. m. C E. service at fl:45 p. in . coupons Jan. 1. IVtM.
At 11 a. tn. th«» pastors of the Metho
For 8al<»—3 O. G. doors, redwood, 2-fl
dist and Presbyterian churches will ex
change pulpits. Prayer service at 7 :30 x fl-fl x I1,; I glass door, Colonial red
Wednesday evening. All made wel- wood, 1 light S-Mxfl-flxlS. < windows 13
133x15«, 4 lights; 1 window 40x33111«,
2 light«, 21 os.
City Drug Store.
Repairing a specialty at Winters.
to the ’ Home
R. V. Hutchins, the Editor of the
Whitelake Times, returned from Port for disable«! Canal Boats,*1 if alter
land last evening, where he ordered a smoking one of our celebrated Bank Ki
range or Africano Cigars, you ear you
new plant for his paper.
are not satisfied —C. D. WillsonX Co.
New line of jewelry at Winters.
Miss Hazel Burris», of Merrill, ia in
the city this week visiting Miss Jessie
Telephone Main 33
Mrs. R. I. Hammond returned home
Tuesday eveniug from an extended visit
Swamp Land All Right
GIVE US A GALL
DeCHAIN & WALKUP
C-’itlemen’s clothes cleaned
orci, . I at the Steam Laundry.
1.1. Cagwfofd, manipulator of th« gei-
^ntifle maaaaft, forjperly of the Gwen
Uiver SanHarinm, WashrngtOs, is g«w
■ 'led in the Pallet building. TrnaV
u.etl for the disorders of the Liver,
•iiomHi-h, Kidneys «nd the general
eJiMidqlar System of tbe whole bod
Inflammatory, Muscular and Bcial
Xhttitnatiam a specialty.
Alai Maaria Ja, Cashier.
I- M Bran. Aset Caahlei
Dinner Sets, Etc
GEO. T. BALDWIN
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Meeting of Stockholders 4
GEO. R HIJRN
NEW CROCKERY ANNEX
NOW IN OPERATION
All kinds of laundry finished in a
FIRST CLASS MANNER
WATCH FOR MY AD.
D. B.CHMPBELL, PROP'R.
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Now is the time to buy
Homes in Klamath County ♦
Under the Government Irrigation Scheme
H. L. HOLGATE
These lands will never be choaper than now
4 The Lost River Realty Company 4
has for sale some of the finest lands in
Klamath Falls • : Oregon
Langell and Lost River Valleys
Chas. Pattee. Manager, Bonanza, Oregon *1
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4* 4* 4 ♦
Furniture „„ Undertaking
in Klamath County
/ will have goods this year
which will appeal to the
tastes and purses of all
■as T B A Mie-
la tbs Circuit Court ol lhe Sisis ol Oisgos lor
lbs County ol Klsmaih.
Msrtba X Hoyt, flalnllff,
John Ambers'. Hoyt, t»«len«lsni. I
To John Amherst Hoyt. l»nl«o<tsnl hsreln
In the name ol the Slate ol Oregon; You
are hereby required lo appear and answer the
complaint Hied against you In the above en
tilled suit, un or belore Haturdny Ibe Zuth day
ol January. ISOS, belns the leal day ol lhe ilmr
prescribed la lhe order lor the publication ol
Ibis summons, tbe Srst publication therevi
being ou tbe ZOth day ol November. ISOA and
If you tall so to appear and answer, lor went
Ibereol, tbe plalnlig herein will apply to lhe
Court for the relief prayed lor In Ibe said run
plelnl. to-wit :
For a decree ol lhe Court dtsaolrlng the
bonds of matrimony now ealallng between toe
said plaintiff and defendant, end lor oueh
further and general rebel aa to lhe Court may
seem Just and In accordance with law and
Thia summons Is served by publication lhers
ol tn lhe KLaUarn BSFCBLIcaa, by order ol the
Hon. Henry L Benson. Judge of said Court,
dated lhe'2Mb day ol November. IKS. reqalr
Ing thia summons io be published once a
week lor al least alz eonso-uiive weeks, and
covering a peroni <,| continuous publication of
al least forty-I wo days.
Attorney tor lhe Plaintiff
A ki Manris, Pressimi,
E. R. K sams ", V ics I’realdent.
My Stock of Fine
X 4*4444444444 4* 4 44444444444*
Fine line of Fancy
and Staple Ribbons
Capital $50,000. Organized 1899
Done Neat, Up-to-Date
Klamath Fili. Or «gon
PAPERHANGING AND LINiNG
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
The Stockholders of the Klamath
Largent lioe of Holiday goods and
is showing a fine line of Crockery and Fancy Glass
jewelry in the county at Winters’ Jew County Agricultural Association are
hereby called t<> meet at ths Couit
ware this week in his
House office of the County Judge, in
Sixty invitations have already been
Klamath Kalla. Oregon, for their regular
accepted by members of tbe A. O. U. W
annual meeting, on Nstunlay, the 2nd
L«xlge for the celebration of the 19th
day of December, IIRJ5. at the hour ol
anniversary of the local lofge, which
A big shipment of dishes and glassware just received |
P. M„ for the purpose of riveting Di-,
takes place next Tuesdnv evening
rectors and officers for the ensuing year, f—----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ralph Feeney, of Portland, Deputy
and to transact any other business that
Hardware and Plumbing Goods,
Grand Master and Organiser, has writ
ten that he will be present and those may f«e necessary.
Representation by proxy, duly •p
acquainted with Mr. Feeney say there
is a treat in store for the lodge, as he is
one of the most entertaining talkers in Secretary, is allowable.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, Nov. 14, 1905
G. T. B aldwin , President.
B. S t . Gao. B ishop . Secretary.
ESPY, the Soda Water Man
New Stock of Millin
ery and Caps, up-to-
date Silks and Laces
Dress Goods, Kid and
Golf Gloves, Sweat
ers, Woolen Under-
o yon keep a bank a.voiintT If you
don’t, why not start one with us.
Strength, «Mirtee.», an i liberal, yet r,.n
errvative management, combino Io make
Itile a gissi l*"b t° do business with.
I will pay the above reward for a
watch my repair department cannot
Hav F ob 8at.x.—80 tons of alfalfa for put in perfect running order. I.. Alva
sale. S miles from Klamath Falls. In Lewie.
quire st tins office.
Mra. Reaburn, the artist, who is st
present occupying a portion of Miss
Baldwin's Studio, has a fine display of
The Brainless Bum.kies who strut
oil paintings on exhibition in one of the
about the slieets, professing not to l»e-
windows of the Brick Store Company.
lieve in the future possibilities of the
There are 33 pieces in the collection.
marsh lands of the lower Klamath, re
Superintendent H. G. Wilson and mind me of tbe foolish pretentions of
family, of Klamath Agency, were in the Hhivering Slumski, whose cold mug is
city Friday and Saturday in company constantly professing not to lielieve in
with A. W. Tinker. Mr. Tinker is an wearing an overcoat. A very good reas
KLAMATH FALLS SODA WATER
inspector of Indian Reservations and on why the dog don’t eat hie supper.
baa been at the Agency the past month.
Tbe reports of tbe Government soil
REFRESHING SUMMER DRINK
He is now returning to Washington.
expert, who examined the to lie of thia
Manufactured In all Flavors
W. F. Reed passed through town project last year, describe the Lower
Tuesday on his wsy to Medford. Mr. Klamath marsh lands as an inexhausti
Use Chitwood’s Toilet cream for Reed leased his hotel at Bly last sum ble bed of peet of the highest possible pro
mer and moved his family to Medford ductive quality, capable of producing an
chapped hands and lips.
for the winter. He returned and has almost unequaled quantity of asparagus,
B orn —Thursday night November 23,
celery, sugar beets, cranberries, graine,
nd Bly ‘he |l*'t
1905, at 9:40 o'_____ ..
weeks settling up some business mat graseee, etc.
Harry Glazier, of Klamath Falls, a
The Klamath River Irrigation project
includea the drainage and irrigation of
E. L. Forker, the artist, returned the Lower Klamath. The money has
Men’s water proof cruisers in tans and
Monday from Portland, where he has been appropriated, more than half a
blacks at the Boston Store.
' I been for the psst
past two months. Mr. million dollare already expended in sur
Mrs. George W. Bradley and children, forker had some of his paintings on ex- veys, rights oi wsy, ditch««, reservoir
of Oregon City, arrived here Friday hibition at the Fair and says he disposed
sites, etc., and contracts o[s>n to bide
evening on a visit to her mother, Mrs. of a number of them. He will spend
for actual construction of ditches, and
R. W. Marple.
the rest of tbe fall on bis homestead in tbe face of all these facte Mr. Bum
Men’s Packard shoes at tbe Boston near Bly.
ski will confidentially assure prospect-
Store. Tbe shoe for style and wear.
J. Frank Adams was in the city from ive purchasers that there is no certainty
M. L. Burns, of this city, bought tbe Merrill last week. He says that he has of tbe marsh being reclaimed. While
Wm. McCullum place above Keno Sat sold eight 80 acre tracts from hie ranch the facts are that were it not for the un-
PHONE, MAIN 36
urday. Tbe ranch consists of 472 acres this fall, and that all the buyers are paralelled productive quality of the
building homes. Mr. Adams is one of marshes and the vast wealth that will
and was «old for >3000.
tbe large land owners under the lower be added to the state and the nation by
Geo. Biehn'e Electric music will make project, and be says he is not baring their reclamation, the Klamath River
the old feel young. Try it.
tbe least trouble in disposing of hie ex Irrigation project would not today be
J. A. Gregory makes a specialty of cess land. He says tbst he believes assured and under construction by the
fine candies and has an extra fine as that by next year there will be no large Government. The progress of this com
sortment for the holidays. Call and get farms left in tbe lower part of tbe val munity demands more of brain and less
A bel A i > y .
prices before buying. Near the P. O.
I nave added to my stock of Furniture a full line
CASKETS AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES
and have fitted up a chappel where services nuy bt
I also have secured the services of a comps*
tent licensed embalmer and funeral director, who
will attend promptly to all calls day or night,
either in the city or country, taking full charge of
funeral relieving you of all responsibilities attend
ant on such occasions.
Phone, Store 6I
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