Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1907)
Gasoline at the Star Drug Store.
G. HEITKEMPER. JR.
Fine Une of Fresh Candies
Latest Novelties in Toys
Klamath Falls, Ore
« nnKenrs «
We are not so old, but we have got the
GOODS and our
L. Alva Lewis.
Mine Host Griffith of Odessa, was in
the city during the week securing slip-
¡■lies for hie well known establishment
The 500 Club will be entertained at
the home of Mrs. J. G. Pierce Satur 1
A. W. Bartlett had Prescription No.
20,000 filled so won $2.50 prize. Re
member $5.00 is given for No. 20,250.
Bring them to us.
“Every drop pure," is what can lac
said of Continental whiskey, Water
Mill whiskey, Normandie Rye and F. F.
V. Rye. Sold by C. D. Willson.
Mr. Reibe, representing the Buffalo
Louis Gerber, who has been in Sac
ramento for sometime, is expected home Brewing Com ¡«any of Redding, was in '
the city this week on business for his
Lead Arsenate for spraying at Star
Closing out sale at the Boston Store 4
Mrs. Kemp Ballard left for Portland
H. L. Holgate, cashier of the Bank of
Tuesday morning. When she returns
Bonanza, was in the city Monday.
she will be accompanied by Mr. and
The government says that Continen- Mrs. F. E. Stahlrnan.
i tai whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor
Just arrived at Alva Lewis's, new
' ' mandie Rve and F. F. V. Rye is pure line of jewelry.
for it is put up under its supervision in |
Sold by C. D.
4 j ing their honeytuo<>n in OwnsLoro, Ky., ,
Mr. Church’s home. They ex|>ect to ■
Charles Horton went to Oakland this' I m * al>t»ent alxiiit a month.
week on business connected with his'
Get your straw hat at tbe Boston. 4
Estimates furnished on Sash and Doors
!» All the latest Newspapers and !»
Most complete line of PIPES to select from
Band sawing and Turning,
All kinds of Finishing Lum
ber now on hand.
Large assortment of Doors
and Windows made up and
ready for immediate de
Can furnish an order on the
grounds for any sized build-
ing within twenty-four
Large stock of Flooring in
W. O. HUSON,
Mre. H. F. Murdock is attending the
O. E. S. giand lodge.
Mrs. Richard Shore Smith returned
Closing out sale at the Boston Store $
Sunday lrom Eugene, where she ha»
been on a visit of several weeks dura-! If you want to buy a lot in the Fair-
tion. She was accompanied by
i view addition No. 2. sea me. . I have an
parent«, Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks, her interesting proposition tor you.
Kubes, Klamath barlier shop.
«¡eter and her niece.
Pays big profits. Why not fence yours?
The difference in cost of a good lencb and
a poor one is so small that it pay« to buy
a good one. I will have
* A Carload of Ell wood Fences
About May 1st. It costs nothing to examine them, but if
you investigate you will be surprised how cheap they are.
Everything that the farmer needs, I have.
vt 4* 4* *♦’* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* *ï* 4* *i * 4* 4* 4j 4* 4* 44 4* 4* 4* i »
EERT E. WITHROW
Vice-Pres. & Trees.
KLAMATH COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, INC.
CAPITAL STOCK $10,000, FULLY PAID
> ABSTRACTING AND SURVEYING
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
A choice line of InvoMt
niente tlifkt 'will make
flio purelui.Mcr money
MASON & SLOUGH
ChitWood Ôfuà Co.
Waterman's Fountain Pens
Closing out sale at the B >eton Store -i
Well Fenced Farm
* * *
** * GEO. R. HURN, the Hardware Man ** *
DON J. ZUMWALT
M ASON & S l OU GH
Get your straw hat at the Boston. § i Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shive are in
FOR SALE.—A lot of fine driving,! f’-rrtlaml, Mr. Shive being a delegate to
draught and saddle horses, at a price the Masonic Grand
<• rand Lodge, which meets
that will sell them. Phone or write to *n
Liskev Bros., Dairy, Oregon. Swan | Come in and get one of those prêt-
Lake ranch 18 miles from Klamath Fails, tiest men's suit« at the Boston Store,
which go at closing out prices.
X 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 4* 4? 4» 4» 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4? 4* 4* 4» X
Mrs. B. E. Jacobs and daughters,
Mabel and Claudia, returned to their
home in Baker City Sunday, much to
the regret of their many friends.
George T. Bal lwin has recently l*en
appointed local agent for the Ashland
Iron Works and will lie pleased to give
quotations fur all kinds of repairs
Dr. F. M. Crossfield left this week for
Windsor, Calif., with a bunch of Klam
ath county mules. He will l>e away
i dance that he is going to give on
25th in his big warehouse op|>osite
Frank Ira White returned Thursday
court house, and to which all of
from a trip to San Francisco and Port
friends are invited.
.. „ .
, 1 Come in and get one of those f 18 suits
Closing out sale at the Boston Store 4
at the Boston store—They are going
J. F. Adams, H. L. Holgate, Frank Ira now for $10.
White, Judge Baldwin, Alex Martin, Jr.; Mrs. J. W. McCoy passed through
and W. T. Shive have been elected dele- this city Saturday on her way home
gates to the Oregon Development league from Rogue River valley, where she has
and will probably attend the meeting to been visiting.
be held in Portland next week.
Get your straw hat at the Boston. 4
Do you know that I have all kinds
Alex Martin, Jr., left Monday morn
of property for sale at a bargain. Mark
ing for Portland to attend the Masonic
L. Burns, Klamath Falls, Oregon. §
Grand Lodge, to which he is a ilelegate
Mrs. M. C. Meservey left Tuesday from the local lodge.
1' I J J i IJ p» for AJIlLsoll
I U 11J I ‘ i , '»litre
she will join her hueband, who is there
-'nv one wanting property of any
in the interest of a large timber corpo kind in Southern California or if you
have properly to sell or trade, write J.
E. Paddock, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
See Ady for marsh lands.
Cabinet Work, Sash and Doors,
All Kinds of Mouldings,
Odd-Sized Doors and Windows a
Roberts & Hanks
Closing out sale at the Boston Store 4 j
Mrs. G. W. Manton has gone to Port-
land on a visit, and will be absent sev-
Small tracts of well located tule marsh
lands offered for one week at |20 per
acre. Abel Adv.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
PRICES are right
Stoves and Ranges
Paints and Oils
Nu Blu and Royal
Tin, Wood and Willoware
Get your straw hat at the Boston. § I Closing out sale at the Boston Store §
District lh*puty Grand Patriach Geo.
S. C Bartrum, superintendent of the
I.. Humphrey and team will go to Bo Cascade Forest Reserve, arrived here
nanza Saturday, where they will insti Saturday. He went up to Odessa Mon-
tute an encampment.
' day on business connected with his
1 Pay the Freight
Austin Cox who is now engaged in
Hon. N. S. Merrill was in the city
business at Bonanza was in the city the M»ud ay.
first of the week.
WANTED—A gill tor general house
Get your straw hat at the Boston. $
work. Apply to Mrs. James McClure.
Jacob Waltz of Bonanza was in the city I
the first of the Week.
FOR SALE- A complete ease thresh
Harry and John Ackley were in Mor- ing ouitlt. Enquire of E, <». Wilson,
i rill Sunday on business connected with Klatuatli Falls.
j their lumber interests.
Charles J. Swingle and family have
Dr Magilton will not tie able to get returned to latngell valley for the sum-
to Ft. Klamath before June 15, when mar.
she will ba glad to meet those requiring
Francis J. Bowtie went t<> Konami»
: dental work.
Sunday to l*H»k after his extensive in
William Shook of Dairy was in the terests in and around that growing
city this week milking arrangements for ! town.
the entering of his horses in the Fourth
FOR SALE— 12 four-year-old mules;
of July races.
nil broken. Inquire at this office. }
VYING YOUR JEWELRY OR HAV-
ing your work done at HEITKEM
PER’S will surely result in your be
My stock of High Grade
Jewelry is as tine as can be procured, ami
my work—well, let my pleased customers
tell you about that.
All work guaranteed absolutely for one
Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records,
Supplies. Strings, Sheet Music, Etc. A
big line to select from. Send for
PLANTS—Jim Straw has some very
line cabbage, celery and tomato plants.
Telephone 1(K5. Residence west »nd of
FOR SALE—Cedar fence posts. En
For Sale— Italian and ('arniolian I m es
E. E. Jamison.
in patent hives. Mrs C. T. Bonney, fl-13*
On receipt of two cents in stamps I
Fred Stahlrnan went to San Fran
will send descriptive literature of Klum-
cisco this week for a visit of two weeks.
, ath County to any address.— Mark I..
| A. J. Manning has lea»ed the room ' Burns, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
adjoining his present store and is hav
Fine line of boys' and youths’ suits at
ing it remodeled. He will remove his
the Boston—They go now nt ridiculously
cigar and tobacco department to the
new room, using the present store for low prices. From $1.75 up.
candy and confectionery.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Reams went to
I If you want anything in tbe irachin Portland
last Saturday to attend the
the O. E. H. grand hslge.
ery line, sec George T. Baldwin, who is
agent f ,r the Ashland Iron Woorke. tf Mrs. Jennings will return with them.
is the place to furnish your house
Don’t send your money to outside dealers
I will guarantee to save you money on
a bill of goods
If yon M (’ST go to the city to buy your furniture let me give you a let
ter to our wholesale houses, where you can select anything you like.
Closing out sale at the Boston Store §
Do not buy blended whiskey. When J Don't forget that I have taken the agency for the entire
you want pure whiskey see that it is
¡>ut up under the government's "bonded e line of Pianos of the
warehouse stamp,” as is the Continen
tal whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor
a are now on my floor.
Easy terms on Pianos,
N. w mandie rye and P. F. V. rye. hold by
< '. I '. W >!!so|).
tior cash we will give you a liberal reduction.
Will G. Str el, E. D. Whitney, F. I*.
Woodbury and Abel Ady, who visited
the Upper lake and Fort Klamath last
week, returned home Monday fuil oi
stories about the greatness of that pec-
For ring» go to I.. Alva Lewis,
line just arrived.
(dosing out sale at the Boston Store </
Do you want to buy propeity that
will be a gilt edged investment
Buy, PLANTS—Jim .Straw Las some very
in the Hot Springs Addition
fine cabbage celery and tomato plants.
105. Residence west end of
Cl-“ing out sale at tbe Boston Store
5-30 2t §
E. II. Sp-ncer has sold his residence
Get your straw hat ut the Boston.
—x on S, cond street to Mis. Sophia John-
Mrs. B, E. H iwkins [and daughters
sou. He, u ith his | aitner. Mr. Bond,
' " expt to go t > fl niglas county where left Saturday morning for a visit of a
») they expect Io i^age in the lumber few months at her father's home near
EILER S PIANO HOUSE
All that remains unsaid, just consider
that it has been said
Klamath Falls, Ore.