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D. A. Lamb, ol Agnew, Calif., and A.
Jost Arrived—A large stock of heat
ing stoves, all kinds and sires. We can Truss of Santa Clara, Calif., arrived
make you prices to suit • flat pocket here Tuesday evening. Mr. Lamb was
book. Virgil A Hon.
9-25-tf here last year and purchased the Ham-
aker projieity on Main street, between j
C. Ilovt and D.E.Noahof Fort Klam* Sixth and Seventh. Ho has great eon ft*
ath were visitors in the city the past deuce in thia city and county, and says
he 1» not alone in thia, for it seems to la,
the general opinion throughout hi» sec*
Dr. Thomas Parker, who for the past lion of California that the Klamath
several weeks has been enjoying hi» va Country is going to be the greateat in
cation in California and Curry county, Oregon. After remaining a few day» he
Oregon, returned home Saturday even will return home.
W. C. Dalton was up from Tule Lake
It will pay you to purchase your (all thia week.
Extra large shipment ol ladies', men’s
men’» suits, ladies' and children's coats,
everything in the line of dress goods, and children's underwear just arrived
9-20 t ;
shoes and rubtier» at price» to suit your at the Boston Store.
pocketbook at the Boston Store. ■ t
Mr. and Mrs A. II. Naftrger relumed
from San Francisco Tuesday evening, 1
See Ady for marsh lands.
where they had been for a few day».
A special selected shipment oi the
FOR RENT—A »ix room house.
celebrated Acorn Brand men's clothing Mason A Slough.
9 2t>4 I
just arrived at the Boston Store.
Mr. and Mrs Kila» Kilgore, of Langell
The Reclamation Service is advertis Valley were in the city this week.
ing for bid» on 10,000 pounds of potatoes
Don Zumwalt is in Fort Klamath sur
and thus furnishes an opportunity for
those who have a surplus to dispose of veying for L. Hessig.
F. H. ^undennan, formerly one of the
them. The bid» will be received until
October 7, at 2 o’clock, and full informa real estate men of this city but now of
tion will be given by Engineer Murphy. Ashland, wu» in the city this week for
the purpose of proving up on a timber
Duck blanket lined and mackinaw
pants K K K Store.
Grain sacks at Baldwin's Hardware
Sheriff Obenchain has had a picture Store.
taken of the apple tree that is growing
Exclusive agency at K K K Store
in his yard and on which three crop» of
of apples were grown thia year. If any for Stetson and Thoroughbred Hats, t
Ivan Applegate, accompanied by
doubting Thomases want ocular proof of
the authenticity of the phenomenon the Misses Alice Applegate and Maud
Sheriff will be glad to show him the Baldwin,
beds this week. It is Miss Baldwin's
intention to take a series of views of
Rubber goods ol every description at this interesting section, an<i they on-
doubled!? prove a valuable addition Io
her tine collection.
Ladies* coats, latest Myles now in K
Dr. William Martin, who was dele
K K Store.
gated from the local Aerie, attended the
Swell line ladies* walking skirts K K the National Convention of the Order of
Eagles, held in Norfolk, Virginia, re
turned home Sunday. During his ab-
Shoes for every mem Ver of the family
4 I sence he visited many points of interest,
at K K K Store.
j stojiping for several days in Ban Fran-
Men’« sweater», sweater coats, neck J cisco.’
sweaters, cardegan jacket», silk and ' Felt boots and rubbers of all kinds at •
wool underwear at K K K Store.
t j K K K Stere.
Mr. and Mr«. \V. W. Mendenhall left
Monday for their old home in Fairfield,
Iowa, for a vi»it with relative». They
expect to remain for the winter.
Band sawing and Turning,
“There Is Only One Way
Of Judging The Future;
That is lì y The Past. ' '
Chat Is Ulby Che
NIAGAR/V STELL RANGES
Have Been Placed In So many Bonies.
Cbev Sell Cbemselves.
The Wonderful Success of These Stoves is the
Beautiful Nickel Finish
High Class Workmanship
Embodied in all the good features of this range
Economy of Fuel
Money Will Not Buy A Better Steel Range
Than A Malable Top
National and Niagara
Roberts & Hanks
ity ends when
you are satisfied
Our Up-to-Mate Stock Is
Being Increased Constantly
Try Us for Quality and Prices
Successor to R. H Boiler
E. W. GILLETTE & CO.
Bingham has juni[»er wood fo r sale |
"Every drop pure,” is what can be
10-3 2t •
»aid of Continental whiskey, Water Call at this office.
Mill whiskey, Normandie Rye and F. F.
A special tine shipment of ladlee*:
V. Rye. Sold by C. D. Willson.
waists just in at the Boston Store.
Harry Benson joined the Klamath
The government says that Continen-.
County contingent at the Agricultural Ui whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor-1
College, Corvallis, this week.
mandie Rye and F. F. V. Rye is pure
for it is put up under its supervision in
Klamath County will hive a big dele-
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^TTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTn i gation at the Agricultural College this bonded warehouses. Hold by (X D.
Among the students already Willson.
W. O. HUSON,
Well Fenced Farm
Pays big profits. Why not fence yours?
The’difference in cost of a good fence and
a poor one is so small that it pays to buy
a good one. I will have
there are Jesse and Holly Siemens, Ren
Mrs. W. T. Shive returned from her
Crews, Lester l^avitt, Harry Benson old home in Missouri this week.
and J. M. Copeland. There are several
Do you know that I have all kind«
others who will attend.
of property foa sale at a bargain. Mark
Judge Drake and Allen Sloan returned L. Burns, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Friday from an outing on the Upper
Bert Hall returned from Chico, C
A Carload of Ellwood Fences
Do not buy blended whiskey. When
FOR SALE—240 acres of land seven
you want pure whiskey nee that it is mile» below Keno on the river. One
About May 1st. It costs nothing to examine them, but if
put up under the government's “bonded million five hundred thousand feet of
you investigate you will be surprised how cheap they are.
fcverytbing that the farmer
needs, I have.
gi warehouse stamp,” a» ia the Continen timber on the place. Good range. En
tal whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor quire of Jack Connolly, Kcno, Oregon,
manille rye and F. F. V. rye. Sold by or come to ranch and take • look
* C. D. Willson.
5$ 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4^ 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4^ I
WALL PAPER—WALL PAPER
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
fl(KX) Rolla Choice Wall Paper
any care of < atarrh that cannot be cured by
DON J. ZUMWALT
BERT E. WITHROW
F. J. CHENEY A Co.. Toledo, O.
All at popular prices
We, tbo t'nrleralgned, have known F. J.
Vice-Pres. A Tress.
Baldwin the Hardware Dealer
Cheney for the last 16 years, aud believe him
perfectly honorable In ail business transac
« * GEO. R. HURN, the¡ Hardware Man * f
J KLAMATH COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY INC, J
CAPITAl^STOCK $10,000, FULLY PAID
M) ABSTRACTING AND SURVEYING •
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
lions arid fl nanclally able to carry out any ob
ligations made by his firm.
WADDING, KJNNAN A MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act ■
Ing directly upon the blood and aucqu» sur-
fetes of the system. Testimonial» «satires
Price 76 cent, per bottle. Bold by all Drug
Take Hall'»Family Fills for constipatloa.
Blanket» and quilts—K K K Store. ♦
Mrs. J. Frank Adams returned from a
visit to the Rogue River Valley Mon
Mr. Adams met her in thin
Men's craven ette raincoats |5 to <20 city.
Swell line men's fall Stitts and over-
Small tracts of well located tule marsh coats now in at K K K Store.
land» offered for one week, at |20 per
Mrs. John 8. Shook was in the city
•ere. Abel Adv.
Tuesday. I-overs of the Thanksgiving
turkey will be sorry to learu that the
On receipt of two cents hi stamps I
Shook ranch will not market any of
will »end descriptive literature of Klam
these famous birds this year.
ath County to any address.—Mark L.
H. H. Bishop, who for the past ten
Burns, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
days has been the guest of his brother,
Ilo you want a choice timber claim or i B. St. Geo. Bishop, returned home this
homestead? If so call at my office at week.
once. Mark L. Burns
The swelleet line of dress goods ever
Marion Eennett had the misfortune seen in Klamath Falls. fresh from New
to have his separator burned last Fri York at the Bo»ton Store.
day. It was located at the Henry
Watch the bargain counter nt K K K
Stoeehler place, near Dairy. The crews I
4 I |
were at dinner when the tiro was no- |
ticed, and it is presumed that it was | Mark L. Burn» has something to say I
started by sparks from the engine. The j on page two that will interest you.'
loss will be a heavy one to Mr. Bennett, Read it.
as he bad just received the machine.
Dr. 8. C. Middleton of the Agency was
It will also be a hardship on the farm in the city this week.
ers in the neighborhood, who were de
Men's mackinaw, leather, corduroy,
pending on Mr. Bennett doing their
and duck coats K K K Store. * '
Cabinet Work, Sash and Doors,
All Kinds of Mouldings,
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
WANTED—A giKwl girl for genet al
housework; 3 in family.
phone Mr». Rex Bord at Clone.
The freshmen of the High School were
tendered a reception Friday evening by
the ojder students and the event was a
I most enjoyable one. Part of the pro
gram that miscarried was the proposed
i hazing of the freshmen. There was fun
I galore, especially for the freshmen, who
held their own against heavy odds.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Odd-Sized Doors and Windows a
Pupils wishing to begin work at the
Klamath Conservatory of Music will
please come to the Conservatory on Fri
day to arrange for lessons so aa not to
interfere with the regular work. Miss
^jelyn Applegate will register pupila
oft that day in any of the department»