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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1907)
The Southern Oregon Minix Normal
School will conduct a Hummer Kchiail
thia year beginning with the Mill <>(
July and continuing until Tucaday, th«
12th of Auguat.
The purpose of thia school ia lo afford
opportunity lor a study of llm several
I branches preparatory to examination
Comity and Sitili* Certificates and Ktate
In addition, «luring tin* flrat two
weeks. Instruction will lie given in
mclliodii of teaching, reading, phonics
and language in the primary grades ol
the public schools. Kupt. I*. II. Daly
<d Jackson County is u**isting in the
arrangement* and will be one of til« ill-
It’s Pure—the U. S. Government
ON SALE AT ALL FIRST CLASS PLACES
■tractors. Prof. W. T. Van Mcoy, Mr«.
Emma II. Wickeraliatn and Pre». Mill
key of the Normal faculty will be the
, other instructor«.
Pres. If M. Crooks of Albany College
and I'rea. 1*. I.. <'ampliell of the Mate
I'niver.ity of Oregon will deliver lec
tures ii | h ,, i «clued topic«.
The Noiithcrn Oregon Chautauqua As
sociation hold« it. sessions thia year at
the same time that the Kummer School
la in aeaaviii. All person» attending the
Summer Hchool will la* admitted to
the evening lecture* of the Chautauqua
Assembly at a nominal eajienae. Tlila
feature i* worth consideration since
ill bring within the resell of
atU'b nt h uc Iters Home of the
talent of the 1'iiited Htatea.
'1 Io* ( 'hautaiiqua <*ea«on continues two
week* beginning the 12th <>f July.
Thu Kummer Kcliool will l*e hud III
tin* Normal ground*. Rooms can be
had at the dormitories ami ta>ard at the
dining hall at a coat not to exceed
three dollar* |*er week. Perron« who
i leal re to lent in the grove« iilmut the
can |> ii * may do no.
Tlila will afford a go-el opportunity
for a Hummer outing that will combine
»■If improvement with pleasure. The
Normal campus in very la-autilul dine
it i* Iwdng improved with wide lawn, by
the help of an abundant*«* of water
i wjiicli ha. lately l**en brought from the
1 city of A-hlaud.
The opportunity to atudy reading and
plioni.** i* a rare one, aince it will la
in charge ol a lady who acquired her
akill and knowl«*dge of the aubj«*<*t dur
ing a three year«’ course in the <lewego
State Normal School of New York, ami
by aulHx-qiient experience an critic
teacher in th«* Normal School. The in-
Htruction in common school branches
wilt I h * vigorous and spirited. The ses
sion* will liegni at S a. m., and clone at
For further particulars address W. T.
\ is -1 O\ \-i.i.i*. i • * I'. Il DALY,
Wanted-Bids for Clearing
Persona who will contract to clear
aagebru-h and plow ground arc invited
to submit bi<la for doing the work on an
acreage l>a«|. Land to la* cleared along
F kaxk I ha Wiirra.
KLAMATH BARBER SHOP I
J. W. SIEMENS, I’mprielor.
Cleanliness and Good Work
LANCASHIRE HRE INS. CO.
A. HELMING & CO.
Wool, Fur and
ASHLAND IRON WORKS
ENGINEERS, FOUNDERS and
General Job Work
office sad Work,
Helman at. and S,l* R.R
Manufacturer, ol Pneumatic Sawing En
gine. Saw Mill., Architectural Iron Wark,
Iron, Br.„ and Kron/e Casting,
Katlmste, furul.hr>! Order, promptly filled
K K K ' STO R E
L inkville S addlery C o .
ricintire Transportation Co
Ore. and Cal. Transportation Co.
The only through line for freight anil pas
sengers between the Southern Pacific and
the Klamath country. Quickest service
and Lowest Kates. Toll your troubles by
Phone or Lotter to
E. T. ABBOTT Gen. Mgr.
or to MclNTIRE TRANS. CO. at Klama'h Falls or Pokegamu
M ark «
Antoni» tending a wket< h and dearrtpt kn m«y
quickly ««certain < ¡r optr -n free whether an
Ittvantkm ia probably patentable. Communlra*
ttonNNtrictlv eonndcutlnl. HANDBOOK on Patent«
•ent fr<t»e. i'ldeat ««ency for awurtng patent«.
Patent« taken through Munn A Co. receive
iprctal notice. wlthouc chRFtte. tn the
Prices, 25c, 50c
A hand«ome!f II tartrated weekly. Tarrert cir
culation <>f any e< .entitle journal. Terms, S3 a
year: f ur month«, |L Bold by al! newsdealer«.
CO 361 Broadway.
Branch office. 625 F FL. Washington. D. C.
All styles and heights.
Fences for every purpose
LET 15 QUOTE 5 01 PRICES
GADDIS & DIXON, Medford
or VQLNiEY DIXON, Travelling Representative. Klamath Falls. Ore.
Guess with each 50-
cent ca«h purchase till
M iiv 25th
tained in jar in win
dow at the Star Drug
Store will receive the
tint1 $5 Parker Pen
Klamath Lake Railroad
in connection with the
unlimited variety of
C opyrights A c .
BALDWIN &. HUGHES
CAMPERS, TAKE NOTICE!
Tents, Camp Cots and Stools, also
Wagon Covers, at
See us before you buy.
COMEDIES and DRAMAS
City, Town or Farm Property
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
Liyery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle aid Driving Horses
If you are seeking an investment, in
Do away with barbed wire
Investigate the Sliding Loop Top
Producing a **erie« «,( th«* Latest and
STA Bl.I ÏÏLL SUOI'
Croft & Nowlin
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE
Croft & Nowlin
5. B. GRIZZLE II
KLAMATH Fat I S
I can sell your ranch at a fair
ENGAGEMF > t
SURETY BONDS WRITTEN
Warrhouae and Office at Goodrich Lum
ber Yard In aa,t end <>l Klamalh Fall.
When Walk-Overs go on. Shoe Troubles go off
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
Wool, Mohair, Hides
For rings go tu I.. Aha Lewis. New
line just arrived.
in Walk-Over Shoes
Also Agent for LONDON AND
II you want anything in the irailiin
cry line, see George T. Haiti win, who ia *
agent for the Ashland fron Woorke, tf
I aim to be reliable
beautifully ilhutrsted. good rtonr,
•nd articl«. about Cabfornia
•nd all th« far U e*L
TOWW AND COUNTRY JOURNAL
• monthly publtc.no« deroled
to the iarmiag uUrrnU of the
«Farm Lands *
Merrill Town Lots
Ue own very desirable land in small
tracts adjoining the town of Merrill
ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDtRS
■ l*ook of 75 page*. rnntauung
120 colored photograph, of
pirturraqu. apota in Cabfornia
Cut oof thia adv«ti*.ment
and acod with $1.50 to
JAMI A FLOOD BLDG.. SAN IRANCISCO