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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1907)
For Thorough Education
and Character Building
U nited S tates C ourt of C laims
TI hi l-uhli.lu r* of Wabalae’a tnlarnallonal
OI. Ilimar , «licite that It •' la, In fa, 1.1 lie pupu-
lar t ualir din'll I hor>>u*lily rv«.||t<al in evert
letali. *n<l » aal ly «urli boi In every i«arl. with
III« purptMn of ailuplln* Il to UH»'! flic larari
aal merer reijUlivumut* ut another genera
W e «re of the opinion that thia alligation
moat clearly ami accurately <lea> rlla<a Ihr
work that lias lieen an oiupll.le-l ami the
nallit that liaalarnu rear lieri. Tire lili'tlonary.
aa II now alatela, ha* been thoroughly re
~lll«.l In every «letali, baa la-cn «iorr«ct««l In
ei cry |>art. alni la admirably a<la|>l«w| to lucci
tlw lai ger «mi aaii-rrr n*|uln<in«uita of ■
generation which «lemamla im irr of |«>pular
philological hnowlolge than any gcnutaliou
that I tie world liaaetrr cnlilalm-l.
Il la |H-rha|« ueerUr-aa to »Id that wc refer
to llm ilmtlonary In our Jmlhlal work an of
the hlglinat authority In a« < urary of desili
■ uni . «ml liiat In tlu> future a* In the |mat It
wlU I« lb* agunw of iM.ualaut icferriMv*.
LIIASI.» C «OTT C*W Jaat».
« ta m i>i j i-Kvi.i.g,
niAiuuM li now h Y
rsz o/.rrw rrfrr» to ITKBATKR*R
THE GRAND PRIZE
•Ito* hlirlMMi itwinli w » n irlvrn to Ihr 111 I rm it*
tioiiMl nt U»«' U s.rhl*« I’Air. 31.
GET THE LATEST AND BEST
is the ideal school for
A thorough education in all
standard branches assured, in
cluding literature, languages,
mathematics, science, history,
music, needlework, etc., also
careful attention to matter* of de
portment and those accomplish
ment* which mark the cultured,
refined woman. All courses arc
thoroughly modern in subject
Devoted attention is paid to domes
tic < omfort of students. Nodiitinction
or interference in nutters of religion,
(live your daughters the privileges of
schooling in this healthy, cultured town
wUl lut ittisridi'ti <n oflir
Ifritr for Circular—TO!>.I Y
St. Mary’s Acadamy
G i C. MERRIAM CO
Jackajn ville, Oregon
The water is ill iqueeied out—by hy-
drsulic prrssure—from Preferred Stock
SquashanJ Pumpkin. No more scorching.
Preferred Stock Canned Goods
P*ek»4 Wksrmr IM B m < we Qr*vi
Fii’rrn grown Sq«uuh an. I Pumpkin are beit, therefore
we have all Preferred Stock Sqassh and Pumpkin
canned in the Fast. When they have lia«i ■ good frost—
necessary to give h»r«t flavor- then the be,t of the crop
are gstherrdat once into toe cannery, carefully >et aside
and put up for Preferred Stock. It come« out rich, and
juit moist enough for be n pies. Flavor is unsurpassed.
' ’’IffPRfO STOW
J/ z/v J L tutti
Ht rurt it it PREFERRED) STOCK—at your (’»rarer*/
A llis * Ltwtr wkoi.,*i.r,
New School Supplies
Tablets, Pencils, Pencil Poxes, Pte.
The new Record building 1« now un
der way and in a short time it is hoped
that Merrill’s paper will be in a home
of its u» n.
couici «ì«»sr. ( h Ì i T oh I
That the Bonanza Creamery has tbe
The Five Senses. By Jessie Willcox
good of its patrpn* to heart is evidenced
A series of drawing* repro
by the announcement of Manager Me- i Smith.
Kendree, that until further notice 25 duced in color.
cent« will lie paid for blitter fat. As j Wipning the First International Bal
soon a« tbe market rises, this price will ; loon Race. By Cleveland Moffett.
l>e further increased, At these price* Illustrations from photographs.
there should certainly I m * abundant in
Mr. Weeks. By Viola Roseboro' and
Everything »nn« to have taken <>n ilucement to farmer« to milk a few W. Carr Morrow. Illustration by Jay
new lite thia week.
A Roman Garden. By Florence
(diaries 8 noirgoose has gone to llogtie
A poem, with drawings by
Ki ver valley on a visit.
officer* have been elected for the first Israel Doskow.
The electric lull on the 30th was a term: President, John Ratliff, Jr.;
The Confession and Autobiography of
grand sucre*« in every re»pect. Fifty- vice president, Clifford Harter; secre
Harry Orchard. Fourth installment.
four numlier* were «old for the dance.
tary, Alla Balis; treasurer, Gladys Illustrations from photographs.
McCormick'* electric light plant wna Riches; librarian, David Fitch; press
The Meagre Life. By Perceval (Gib
started up on the 30th. It ia a great agent, E**a Ratliff. The object of the bon. Part one. Illustrations by W.
sucre*« ami now the town ¡a well society is the intellectual improvement Hatherell, R. I.
and entertainment of the mem tiers.
Mary Baker <«. Eddy. By Georgine
Their meeting* are to be bi-monthly.
Milmine. The story of her life and the
TRY VS FOR QUALITY AND
Davia and McIntire are patting in a
Turner Bro*, and Rhoads have at last history of Christian Science. IX. Lit
. new dock and warehouse near the
They ( have also rented H. succeeded in getting their new planer erary Activities.
Our Vp-to-i>ate Stock is Being
Snowgooae’a barn and yard adjoining i into operation. It is a splendid ma
Slateville's Apostate. By Casper Day. <
the «lock. Thia is a great advantage to chine ami the work it turns off i* as Illustrations by Wladyslaw T. Benda.
th« McIntire Transportation Co. As the smooth as it could possibly be without
liarii and dock are adjoining each other sand pajier.
nil their work is close together. No
la-tter convenience could tie had any
Sheriff obenchain received a letter
The Ikiten heirs have concluded to
this week from Mies Carolyn l'atchin,
Successor to R. fl. Boiler
Following is a letter that has beeu of Everett, Washington, enclosing a
Iny out town lela adjoining Kenogml
R. A. Emmitt is now surveying and sent out to all of the pa per* on the Coast check in payment of her taxes. A par
platting the same. Thia matter has by the California Promotion Commit agraph therein is as follows:
tee. It is good advertising for Califor
l«een long neglected.
"Out of the balance, if there be any,
nia and better lor Merrill and Klamath you will please straighten out my bill
County. Few here realize the amount i with the Klamath Republican. May I
of good done by tbe exhibit at Sacra also ask you to express to them tbe
mento, but there are thousands who pleasure it gives me to receive the Re
Wo otter line Hundred Hollar« Reward (or know that Klamath County ''skinned"
any cbm - ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the other states and walked off with publican regularly, to note its growth
and to learn .of the rapid advancement
II all’« Catarrh Cure.
fifteen hundred dollars in prises:
F. J. CHKXKY A Co.. Toledo. O.
of the beautiful Klamath country. I
California has lost a tine, thorough was enthusiastic over it and its future
We, the Cmler.lgned. have known F. 1.
Cheney (or the last 15 years, aud believe him bred, registered Holstein bull, but what
five years ago, and have never changed
besubfuUy iliiutralacL good stones
perfectly honorable in all bu.lneaa transac
is California's loss is Oregon’s gain, for my opinion."
•nd aibciea about Caliiotaia
tion* an«l fl tiancially able to carry out any ob
the hull is now at tbe home of J. F.
•ad *11 th* far Wart.
ligations made by bl« flrm.
The Republican is pleased to learn of
Adame, a Merrill, Oregon, farmer, who the satisfaction it is giving Miss l'atchin
W AI.hlNO, K1NNAN A MARVIN.
TOWR AM CRWmiT JOURNAL
W holecale Druggist*. Toledo. O.
won him at the National Irrigation and to assure her that her expressions
Hall'« Catarrh Cure 1« taken Internally, act-
i oi da*
Congress by making the l>est exhibits oi of good will are fully appreciated. The
i Ing directly upou the blood and muc*n« .ur-
fare* o( the system. Testimonial« sent tree. the products of a single irrigated farm. confidence she places in the future of
I'rioe 75 cent« |>er bottle. Sold by all drug This prise went to Adams from the
the Klamath country is not misplaced, ROAD W A THOUSAND WONDERS
California Committee which offered the for there is no section of the Pacific
• book of 75 p ages, cootaiame
120 colorad photograph« J
Take Hall'. Family Pill« (or constipation
bull, California Promotion Boy, to the Coast that has as bright an outlook as
pteturesqa* «pots ia CaMoraia _____
man w ho showed best what an irrigated has this section.
farm could do. California farmers were
T«a . . . $2.75
Notice for Purcha«e of School Lands not allowed to compete for prizes lie
.All for •••••••• $1.50
Department of the Interior, United cause California was the host on this
Cm out this advotiaemart
State« Land Office lakeview, Oregon,
aad send waft $130 to
I Wish to inform my patrons and the
August 26, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that the Stalo There were quite a number of com|>eti- people of Klaiuath Falls that I intend
<>f Oregon has tiled application, under tors for this prize, for California Pro taking my dairy again on October 1st.
JAMES FLOOD BLDG. SAN FRANCISCO
H. N. WHITELINE.
the provisions of the Act of Congress of motion Boy is of the kind of stock that t>-5-4t
August 14, 1848, and the Acts amenda farmers are anxious to get hold of, and
tory thereof, for the following described while there were good exhibits. Adams
unappropriated, lion-mineral ami sur- made such a tine display that the
veyed public lami* in lieu of losses to judges ha<l no difficulty at all in making
the aw«rd. The bull was turned over
it* grant for common school«, to-wit :
List No. 231, *e>4se'4 Fee. .’<, se'^se’^ to Adams by the authorities of the
Sec. 4, Tp. 20 8, R. 11 E„ W. M„ and Congress and lias been sent to Merrill
nw lanel4 Sec. 29, sw^net* Sec. 7, se'4 where he will head the herd on Adams’1
«w'4 Nec. 5. Tp. 29 S„ and ««'«»e1« Hoc. farm.
8, Tp. 28 8., R. 12 E., W. M.
Any ami all persons claiming advendy
The October flcClure’s
the above described lands are requested
Nurses, Matrons, Physicians,
Cover design from the portrait of
to tile their said claims in thia office on
Ellen Terry by G. F. Watts, R. A.
prefer it to any other whiskey.
or before the 18th. d^y of October, 1S07.
Picture by F. Walter Taylor, Fronts-i
J. N. Watson, Register.
The aliove notice will be publi«hed in
the Lake County Examiner and the House.”
My Children ami 1. By Ellen Terry.
Klamath Republican, both weekly
newspaper* of general circulation, pub- Illustrations from paintings and por-'
why not keep it in your
ished at Iatkeview and Klamath Falls, trait*.
An Idyl of the Road. By Josephine
9-19-10-17 J. N. Watson, Register.
Daskaiu Bacon. Illustrations by Regi
nald Birch, reproduced in tint.
The Third I>egree. By Hugo Miin-
s ter berg.
For Society and Wedding
On the Ueights. By William Aspen-
ft's Pure, Appetizing, and a
Stationery—either Engraved Mall Bradley. A poem.
or Printed, call at this office. Eleanor’s House. By Willa «'»iliert
Gather. Illustration by F. Walter Tay
I Work and prices right.
Acatimilc, Cnlmglata. Norua) and Onmnr-ial
<»ra«am Kdarwtlnn In al I l.raarhra, lacladiag elwu.
Ua. «d'ara. n.a«l.-mau<a. aCr.. all taaad pa ths
foaadatlna that has woa araalast -- :i n forò“*
arsa«.at n.aa and »oman W.halp bora whocaanol
It« 'Tkîrt’vîiRTlr. ,n»«< r‘«. i>»i<*r Mr. of ma-
tr >n *5 HIT r. i IJOA i f < a T
m < nfw and rm»ai«a
E. W. GILLETTE & CO
rhe Entire St ick and Fixtures of Milliner Store
Reno ia situated in the Southern
part of Klamath County, on the
Klamath river, at the terminus ol
navigation. Twoateamera land here;
mail, express and passengers are
transferred from the st^ge to the
ls>at at this jsrint. Adjoining Kenn
on the west ia a large licit ot timber,
and on the east ia a large body of
marsh lamia. Near Keno, on the
river, ia immense water power. Tele
phone con m-ct ions with ill parta of
the country. Has a gissi *ch«xil, two
store* and two saw mill*.
FROH OCR EXCHANGES
IT IS THE STANDARD
for the Same Reason
Sul>sao«-lt»*s for titles
JESSE MOORE WHISKEY
#2.00 PEW YKÄ»
ON SALE AT ALL FIRST CLA88 PLACES
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