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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
Ant leaving town and must s«dl fol
lowing goods: 1 beautiful piano, IBM;
mandolin, |7 : I |iA violin, V M,
WANTED— INieilion as cook and music and other goods cheap. Call on
houeekeefwr un ranch. I'lease state Prof A. I.. Cwrep, Worden Block.«»
•alaiv paid. Addryss Mrs. Jennie Ikdt, phone 374.
Summer l.ake, Lake Co., Oregon, it*
Mr. ami Mrs Percy sliuburu left this
UYING YOUR JEWELRY OR 11 AV-
ing your work done at HEITKEM
PER’S will surely result in your be-
My stock of High Grade
Jewelry is as fine as can be procured, and
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
1 Pay the Freight
; g . heitkemper , jr .
Klamath Falls, Ore
Major and Mrs. C. K. Worden and week tor San Jose. Calif , where they
daughter Mae, returutsl Monday from a expect lo remain lor the winter.
brief trip to San Francisco.
WANTED A go»»l girl for general
BORN—In this city, Friday, October housework; 3 in family. Write or
4, DM7, to Mr. and Mrs. George Nowlin, phone Mrs. Rex Hurd al Diene.
Captain McIntire was over from I'o-
Just Arrived— A large st<>ck of heat kvgama the first of the week on busi
ing stoves, all kinds and aisos. We can ness connected with the «tax* ix>iii|«ny.
Stake you prices to suit a flat pocket
Extra large shipment of ladies', men’s
book. Virgil A Son.
U-3Mf and children's under»car just arrived
BORN In this city Thursday, Octo at the Boston Store.
ber 3, HM7, lo Mr and Mrs. frank 1'.
W. R. I hi via ami C. J laird were in
Irwin, a daughter.
tbe city this week to attend a masting
It will pay you to purchase your (all of the Ixtard of directors ol the < >1 Cat’ll
men’s suits, ladies' and children's coats, A California Mage Company.
everything in the line ol dress goods,
FOR RENT—A six room bouse.
shoes and rubl>era al prices to suit vour
Mason A Slough.
pocketbook at the Boatun Store.
A portion ol the wire, insulators and
W. S. Worden, who has I mwii to San
other equipment to be uswl by tbe
Francisco on railroad business, returned Moure Bros, in ths construction ol tWsir
to this city Monday.
electric line to Bouansa, has been re
See Ady for marsh lands.
Grain sacks at Baldwin's Hardware
1.0. Mills was down from Rock Creek
during the week.
A special selected shipment of the
Two fine hounds Iwlongmg t>> W. II
celebrated Acorn Brand men's clothing Shook died from poison la»t Frida*. It
just arrived at the Boslou Store
is surmised that they ale some poisoned
Miss Maytnie Granger, of Ashland, meal that was put out for coyote«
who ha» been the guest of Mias Lyle
Exclusive agency at K K h Store
Watson, has returned to her home.
for Stet«- n and Thoroughbred flats. »
Fine Line of Fresh Candies
Latest Novelties in Ttys
• All the latest Newspapers and
Most complete line of PIPES to select from
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Cabinet Work, Sash and Doors,
All Kinds of Mouldings,
Band sawing and Turning,
Odd-Sized Doors and Windows a
Duck blanket lined and
pants EKE Store.
W. T. Shivs, John C. and George 4*.
Hill and Mr. Woods vultol Crater latke
Mr. and Mrs Harry Fueler, <»f Med ' this week. Like all who »re nature’s
ford, are here on a visit with Mrs. ■ wonder they returned delighted will,
Foster’s parents, Hon. and Mrs. N. their trip.
Rubber goods ol every description at
K K K Store.
Felt boots and rubbers of all kinds at
j K K K Store.
A special meeting of the Inland Em-
' pireclub will l-e held tomorrow, Fndav,
Shaliuck A Ihqigctl have disposod of eveuing. when business ol importance
their store prv|*rty in Bonanza, W illis will I«- transects«!. The attendance <>t
Weler being tbe purchaser.
every member of the club is urgently
Ladies' coats, latest styles now in K req nee tod.
K K Store.
Blankcta and qutite— K K K Store. •
George D. Grizzle wa» down (rem his
homestead thia week to gvt supplies.
. Mas« Mi A Slough aold the C. V. I..
Beehr re.idrncv tirar ths high scliool to
Swell line ladies' walking skirt» K K It. S. Brigliam. Ihr cousldrratlon tving
Tbev also m >I«I 'JiO screw <d land
to the iMnnell sstate lo I d-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Italton were in
ward Tucker of F.utvka, Kanas«, for
ths city this week.
Shoes for every member of the fatuity
saell liur men'« fall »uil» and ovsr-
at K K K Store.
coata now in at K K K Sters.
Mrs. John Ritter, formerly a resident1
Mr and Mr» J H. Driaeoll ol Bonanca
of this city, ■lirel last .-aturday morning
at her lx>iue at Clear Greek. Ikratb was wer» in tbe etty Tus««iay
dje to typhoid fever.
The swrllest line of drees gu<*l« seer
Our responsi bib
ity ends when
you a re sat sfied
Men's sweaters, sweater evals, neck seen tn Klamath fails, fre«h from Sts
sweaters, cardegau jackets, silk and York al tbe liuetvu Store. .
wool underwear at K h K Store.
Wau h the bargain counter al K K K
J. S. Peck, of the Klamath Falls Ma- Store.
chine Shops, went to Merrill this week
Mark !.. Burn* has something t<> «ay
lor the purpose of making s>>tnc repairs
on t>aK” l*1* that will interest you.
in the Martin Bros. mill.
F. J. Bowne was over from Bonanza
Deputy County Clerk Walker visited
Men'a mackinaw, leather, corduroy,
i his («rents at Bly during the past week. rubber and duck coats K K K More. •
Men's cravenette raincoats
K K K Store.
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,
Small tracts of well twated lule marsh
Cashier Holgate ol the Bank of Bo
lands offered fur one week, at *2U par
nanza was in the city this week attend
acre. Abel Adv.
ing lo private business.
R. H. Currin, who for tbepest several
Bingham has juniper w - k >I for sale
' months baa been in the employ of the ( ‘ Call at tf.i. .df!. .-,
¡Republican, went lo Merrill Monday,j
County Clerk Chastain went to Med
i where he accepted a position with the
ford thia week on business.
A special fine shipment of ladise'
On receipt of two cent» in stamps I
will send descriptive literature of Klam waists just in at tbe Boston Store.
ath County to any address.—Mark L.
Misses Agnes and Ixmise I «re returned
Burns, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
from the timber thia weak.
Don J. Zumwalt, ot the Klamath
The government says that Continen
County Abrtract company, who wa» up tal whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor-,
at Fort Klamath surveying for L. Hoe mandie Itye and F. F. V. Rye is pure
sig, returned home this week.
for it is put up under Ita supervision in
Sold by C. D. .
Do you want a choice timlier claim or tainded Warcheuses.
homestead? H so call al mv office at Willson.
Mark L. Burns
Among those who returned from the .
opening during the jwat week 1
H. P. Hoey, construction engineer of
the California Northeastern, carne up were A) Lyon, Bill Foulks and Tom
from Brays Friday for the purj»«e of Newton.
: inspecting the dredging and oilier work
Do you know that 1 have all kinds
' at this end of the line.
of projx-rty for sale at a bargain. Mark
“ivery drop pure,” is what can tie L. Burna, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
»aid of Continental whiskey, Water
H E. McKinney, the banker and cap
Mill whiskey, Normandie Rye and F. F. italist of Kelso, Wash., was in the city
Pays big profits. Why not fence yours?
V. Rye. Sold by C. D. Willson.
thia week looking after his Interests.
Tbe’diflerence in cost of a good fence and
MARRIED—In thia city, Thuroday
FOR SALE— 240 acres of land seven
a poor one is so small that it pays to buy
evening, October 3, 1907, Mi«» lama miles below Keno on tbe river. One
a good one. I will have
Tbomaa and Jesse E. B>x»k. The cere million five hundred thousand feet of
mony win performed in the jarlorw of timber un the place. Good range. En
.£ A Carload of Ellwood Fences
the American Hotel, Rev. J. B. Griffith quire of Jack Connolly, Keno, Oregon,
About May lat. It costa nothing to examine them, butTf
or come to ranch and take a look
you investigate you will tie surprised how cheap they are.
Do not buy blended whiskey. When around.
Everything that the farmer needs, I have.
t you want pure whiskey »ee that it is
put up under the government’s “bonded
warehouse stamp,” a» is tbo Continen
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tal whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor
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mandie rye and F. F. V. rye. Hold by
All at popular prices
C. D. Willson.
Baldwin the Hardware Dealer
A reward of |Zo has been offered for
j the arrest of E. It. Htnilh who peened
DON J. ZUMWALT
BERT E. WITHROW
i so many forged checks in this city last, Mrs. <>. Heitkenper, Jr., and son,
Vice-Free. A Treas.
Robert, returned home Monday from
Portland, where they had lieen visiting
KLAMATH COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY INC,
1 her two children, Miss Kathleen ami C. I relatives for six weeks.
F., arrived here Sunday. For the jm»t
; ’ A Well Fenced Farm
f GEO. R. HURN, the Hardware Man
CAPITAL STOCK $10,000, FULLY PAID
several weeks they have lieen visiting : Mrs. Richard Shore Smith returned
relatives and friends in Everett, Seattle, | Monday from Eugene, where »he had
li;JlinA,i>i»m »n'l I'orlland,
Try Us for Quality and Prices
.Successor to M. H
E. W, GILLETTE & CO.
Make home comfortable by putting o
QUICK MEAL STEEL RANGE
in your kitchen
The -P best
stove mude for