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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1907)
brum lies pii-|>anitorv to i-xulniniilion
County and State iertiliiut«« ami Sinti-
In addition, during the lirut two
week*, ln*trui'tloii will I m . given in
method» ol teaching, rending, phonic*
and language in the primary grade* ol
the public «.bools, hupt I*. II. Daly
of Jackson County is assisting III the
arrangement« mid will be one of the in-
TI i « Noutbern Ot.gon Stat«- Sonnai
Hcliool will rondin I a KitUiniri Ki honi
tiliä year Is-ginnlng with tin- Nth id
July and continuing until Tne«<lay, the
I2tli <>! Alignât.
The |iur|MMM< of tin. *< I kmi I I k to afford
„pportuuilv for a atudy ol thu several
| »trm-tors Prof. W. T. Van Sony, Mrs.
Emilia It. Wickersham and Pres. Mul
key of th« Normal faculty will be the
I other instructors.
Wanted - Bids for Clearing
Per«on* who will contract to clear
*agebru»b and plow ground are invito!
Pies. II M. Crook» r>t Albany ('»Urge to aubiuit bid* for doing the work on an
and P h -«. I*. L. Campla-ll of the State acreage l>a-i» Land to be «lea re-1 along
F kaxk I k .» W iiitk .
University ol Oregon will deliver lei-, Macadam Road.
lures u|«in school topic*.
The Southern Oregon Cliautsutpis A»-
ata-iation holds it» sessions this year at I
the «nine lime that th« Summer S< h««>l
is in *e*»ion. All persons attemling the
Hutumer Hchool will lx- admitted to
the evening lecture« of the Chautauqua
and Good Work
I AwM-mbly nt n nominal <-x|>en»e. Tills
feature 1« worth consideration since
lit will bring within the reach <>f
the student teachers some of the - Also Agent for LONDON AND
I l«est talent of the United State».
/ aim to he reliable
KLAMATH BARBER SHOP
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
1 he Jiwn of the Pure FooJ Ag<c if here.
I he people
their daily fare
Th» Chautauqua season continue* two
Hence the National Pure I ood Law.
It h now over lift y years
Moore A. A.
It was pure then,
Whiskey was fust blended.
It is pure
I hi.» is v hat makes Je»»c Moore W hiskey the best for
your well being.
The price, a
best for your pocket--! fence buy
A. A, Whiskey
w.-eks Is ginning the 12tii of July.
Th« hummer School will I «• hei-l at
tin- Normal ground». I’-xitr,» < an >-e
Im I at the dormitories and lsinr-1 al tlm
lining hail at a cost not to ........... I
thr«*e -lollni - ¡ h r week. Persona who
Liesite t«> tent in the gr-.Ves ala.ilt the
can pus may -lo »<>.
This will affor.l a goal op|s-rtuiiity
' for a summer outing that will combine
-elf improvement with pleasure. The
Normal < .imp-is is very beautiful since
it is Is-ing Improve-! with wide lawns by
the hi-lp of an abundant«- <-f water
w liicli has lately Ireeti brought from the
city <A Aslilaml.
The optiorlunity to study r« adirig and
phonics is a rare one, sine« it will In-
i i «barge ot a lady who acquired her
skill ami know!««lg<- of tl.e subject dur
ing a tlin-e year»' <• >ur»e in the Owego
Mate Normal S« h<s4 of New York, and
by »ulmetpient experience as critic
tea« her in tlie Normal Nrliool. The in
struction in common scho«d branch«-*
will he vigorous ami spirited. The »«•»•
«ions will ln-giuat M a. m., ami close at
For further particulnrs address W. T.
VAN bCi«Y, A-bland, or P. II. DALY,
I hi k »on» ill«-
LANCASHIRE HRE INS. CO.
A. HELMING & CO
SURETY BONDS WRITTEN
Wool, Fur and
I can sell your ranch at a fair
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
Wool, Mohair, Hides
Warehouse and Office at Goodrich i.um
ber \ «rd in ea»t end of Klamath f tails
ASHLAND IRON WORKS
ENGINEERS, FOUNDERS and
Croft & Nowlin
If you are seeking an investment^ in
General Job Work
Oft<- and Work» H»!m»n st. *n-l 8.P K K
Manufacturer« of Pneumstic Sawing En
gine, Saw Mill», Architectural Iron U ork.
Iron. Bra«» and Bronze Casting*
City, Town or Farm Property
See us before you buy.
unlimited variety of
Ektimate* furm»he<!. Order» promptly filled
If you buy from us you will save money
More Money in Your
Croft & Nowlin
More Comfort in Your
5. B. GRIZZLE
KLAMATH FAI I S
OU WANT THEM-and you
cun have them. Come and see
our complete line of “ I wo Balls”
Adjusters and let us tell you
how thu installation of this de
vice will give you
more il||ht, »»livre
you mint it than you
have ever before been
able to get. it makes
po ible the com
plete utilization of
your electric current.
in iUalk’Over Shoes
When Wall, (hers go or. Sut
troubles go off
I Adusi ve Agency
T m F SHOP
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
Livery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle and Driving Horses
BALDWIN 4. HUGHES
CAMPERS, TAKE NOTICE!
Tents. Camp Cots and Stools, also
Wagon Covers, at
L inkville S addlery C o
PAOE WOVEN WIRE FENCE
Cemetery Goods !
if the original and best lamp
cord adjuster. Simplest and
most effective. Makes every
drop light practically a porta
ble. Costs little to install, and
costs nothing to main-
tain. Can be attached /'.
to «-xi-tieg dr<>:>-
lights—and it al«
»»ay* makes them
< heapsrand bet
ter. The evidence
is here ready for
come and see it.
Descriptive literature will be ala-tty »ent on
rvquuil lu thu««: who uv uuaUv lu ualL
Klamath I alls Light & Water Co.
Do a wav with barbed wire
Investigate the Sliding Loop Top
T r » dc M arks
C opyrights A c .
Antone ten ling n iLotrh and <fp«cr ••ti< n may
quh Kly m - n < rtnifi < ur <«i«ii.u>n free whether an
invent ton ta pr -hably p uetitahle. < ’nraunlca-
tn-u» strictl<r confident ud. HANDBOOK oil Petenti
•erx free. <»!<’«••< agency f<>r »«»curing patent«.
I’.itente taken tumuith M udd A Co. receive
uil n the, without charge, lu the
A handsomely illustrated weekly. T.araest cir
culation of any »rientifle fourual. Term«. 13 a
«ear: f ur ruontba, |L Bold by all new «dealer«.
-d”’ New York
F 8L, Waahlnatun. D. C.
All styles and height?.
LET US QUOTE V OU PRICES
GADDIS & DIXON, Medford
or VCLNEY DIXON. Travelling Representative, Klamath Fails. Ore.
Notice of Survey
The following |>er»on*. address un
Thomas Cregan. Mary Dent. Otto
Dent, Carrie M. Caruline, E. S. Moore
and J. 1- Tobin are hereby notified that
on the 2»th day of June, 11*07. I shall
la-gin riirvev for the location of the fol
lowing Section and ’4 Section Corner«,
*4 cor common to sec. s .*> ami fl. Sec.
cor. common to sec. »5, fl, 7, 8,. *4 cor.
common to sec. s 7, S. Sec. cor. com
mon to see. »7,8, 17, IS.
, mon to sec. 7, is. Meander of Klamath
liver from center of sec. IS, north to
the center of sec. ,’> all in T 39 S, It 9 E
M. D. WILLIAMS,
."> 30—fl 20
ricini ire Transportation Co.
Merrill Town Lots
Ore. and Cal. Transportation Co.
He own very desirable land in small
Klamath Lake Railroad
Mi«« Nellie Dement, of Myrtle Point,
is vi-iting her sister, Mrs. F. M. White.
George II. Goeliel.n well know n Social
in connection with the
ist 1--« tiller, will give a public address in
this city Sunday afternoon and evening.
June it, in the Houston opera house.
.All the meat market* will clone on
in the future, agieeinent to that
effect having been enterd into.
A. II. Berry mid J. S. Peck, who
weie lieie recently for the purpose ol
looking over this Held as a suitable loca
tion for a machine shop and foundry, are
The only through line for freight and pas-
making preparations to install machin
Kongers between the Southern Pacific and
ery for the former ami they expect to
! have it running in a short time. They
the Klamath country. Quickest service
| further »tale that they will have a
and Lowest Rates. Tell your troubles by
I foundry in operation within the year.
1 hone or Letter to
An order has been placed for a street
sprinkler ami the businets men on Main
stieet may look for value received for
the money they have to pay for sprink
If the service is no lietter thnn
or lo Mcl.WIRE TRAN'S, CO. at Klamath Fails or Pokegama J that the aubacriptions will nut be paid
alter the tirsi month.
E. T. ABBQTT, Gen. Mgr,
tracts adjoining the town of Merrill
Klamath Commerciai Agency