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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1907)
Mrs. Mollie Bennett, of Macon. Mo.,
Look NOW at Van Riper Bros’, ad on
page 5. Fresh groceries arrive daily. t ie visiting her aunt, Mrs. Daniel Crone
miller, in this city.
Francis J. Bowne, who came down
Exclusive agency at K K K Store
Bonanza to attend the Twenty-One
for Stetson and Thoroughbred Hats, t
i Club dance, returned home Sunday.
1 Pay the Freight
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Klamath Falls, Ore
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Fine Line of Fresh Candies
Latest Novelties in Ttys
!• All the latest Newspapers and J
Most complete line of PIPES to select from
Manufacturera of All Kinds of
Cabinet Work, Sash and Doors,
All Kinds of Mouldings,
Band sawing and Turning,
Odd-Sized Doors and Windows a Specialty
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,
Pays big profits. Why not fence yours? £
The’difference in cost of a good fence and tfr
a poor one is so small that it pays to buy jr
a good one. I will have
A Carload of Ellwood 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.
t * GEO. R. HURN, the Hardware Man *
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Maps, Plans. Blue Prints, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineers
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
DON J. ZUMWALT, C. E.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gates, who have
Look at the change in Van Riper
been visiting relatives at Hillsboro, re
Bros', ad on page 3.
T. S. Mishler tnd Bud Obencbain of | turned home this week.
Fell boots and rubbers of all kinds at
( Merrill were in the city Tuesday.
Just Arrived—A large stock of heat-1
K K .'tore,
ing stoves, all
and -- sizes.
M. Moose, who for the . past several
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... ... price#
' 1 , a ,1.1,
. I' .', mouth» ha# l>een employed on the Lake
flat ■ pocket
book. Virgil A Son.
9-25-tf view Examiner, passed through thia '
T I , I ,,
, . city this week on nia wav * home to Cali-
L. J. Bauman, the well known black-
; smith of Bonanza, was in the city dar-1
Blaukets and quitta—K K K Store, f '
| iug the past week.
Shoes for every member of the family | Mi»» Etta Smart, of Fort Klamath, is
at K K K Store.
♦ I in the city, expecting to remain here for |
i the winter.
Abel Ady is now in San Francisco for
Swell line men'» fall suits and over-1
the purpose of closing up certain trans-
actions that were interrupted on account coats now in at K K K Store.
of his prolonged illness.
. G. G. Anderson, of Dairy, was in the
Rubber goods oi every description at, city .Monday.
K K K Store.
t ♦ | Watch the Imrgain counter at K K K
The County Court ha» ordered that in Store.
' I the future the bridge across Link river
Mrs. E. E. Harrington of Keuo was in
must not be used as a bill board. It tiie city Saturday.
would not be a bad idea is a like order
Men's mackinaw, leather, corduroy,
was enforced relative to the court bouse
rubber and duck coat» K K K Store. ♦
E. M. Ikiten of Keno was registered
Ladies' coats, latest style» now in K
at the I-akeaide Inn Saturday.
K K Store.
A. Langell and family have removed 1 The government ray» that Continen
tal whiskey, Water .Mill whiskey, Nor-
from Bly to Merrill. Mr. I-angell was
, _ _
formerly the proprietor of the well J"*" **t i*.***,.., ,2.
1- ye i» pure
known hostelry at Bly, and the eitisens (or it ia put up under it» su|>ervision in
Sold by C. I).
of that place are sorty to Io».- him.
j I Willson.
See Adv for marsh land».
Mr». A. I*e('ordova, of Santa Rosa,
Tule Lake has a new postmaster in the i le visiting her daughter, Mr». John '
i person of Miss Jennie Dunn, appointed I Miller,
to till the vacancy caase-l by the re»ig- '
Do you know that I a ave all kinds
nation uf M. R. Bassett.
of property for sale at a bargain. Mark
Call on Van Riper Bros, for a bottle L. Burna, Klamath Falla, Oregon. A j
J of genuine Old Mission olive oil.
William Wagner assumed his new du-
I. F. Davies, the well known Dairy ties as clerk in the poetoffice this week.
merchant, was in the city this week on
FOR SALE—240 acres of land seven
business connected with his mercantile
miles below Keno on the river. One
million five hundred thousand feet of
Duck blanket lined and mackinaw timber on the place. Good range. En
pant» K K K Store.
quire of Jack Connolly, Keno, Oregon,
come to ranch and lake a look
J. S. Ross and wife of Merrill were
Klamath Falls visitor» thia week.
Bruce Allen, a former valued em-
Swell line ladies’ walking skirts K K
of the Republican, and who has
i K Store.
been for the past year working on the
Miss Kittie Fay, of Skagway, Alaska, Ashland papers, returned to thia city
arrived here this week on a visit with this week, expecting to remain.
relatives and friend».
WALL PAPER-WALL PAPER I
Men's sweaters, sweater coats,
sweaters, cardegan jackets, silk
♦XXX) Rolls Choice Wall Paper
wool underwear at K K K Store.
All at popular prices
G. W. White has commented the erec
Baldwin the Hardware Dealer
tion of a dwelling house on his farm lo
cated near Midland, and for that pur-
pose Ackley Bros, shipped a barge load
Ben Beall, one of the Rogue River
of lumber this week.
valley well known citizens, was in the
f A Well Fenced Farm
E. A. Dunham went to Medford this'
week. Austin White accompanied him 1
as (ar as Bray, returning with the aut«.
FOR SALE —One hundred full-
FOR SALE—Firsl-elaaa Winchester
Hooded Leghorn Chickens, 23 cents to rv>|>eating. lever action shot gun, good
fl each. E. L. Hopkins. 11th A Bine. It gun cover ami cartridge twit. This gun
S. E. Martin of Merrill was a visitor has killed more geese than any other
gun in this slate. Complete outfit fur
at the county seat Sunday.
|14. Inquire at thia office.
Those who wish the Wiggle Stick,
Blue, which 1 have been selling for the
benefit of the Woman's Temple of Chi housework; 3 in family.
cago, will now find it for sale at the
Racket Store, as Mr. Duflv has kindly
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sellers of Fort ■
1 consented to handle it in future. I also Klamath, were in the city this week.
have it at my residence, if it is more
Men's cravenette rain coats |A to |20
convenient to call for it there. Hattie
K K K Store.
Miss Rota Morine, of Bonanza, is vis-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hopkins have re
i Ring friends in this city.
turned from their ranch ami will reside
| in the city for the winter. ' They are lo-1 FOR RENT—A six room bouse.
Mason A Slough.
cated at 11th and Pine streets.
UY1NG 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 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
M. ]’. Wil LIAMS, C. E.
Old Mission olive oil is the beat oil on city this week.
earth. Try it. Van Riper's Store, t
Do not buy blended whiskey, When
Small tracts of well located tule marsh you want pnre whiskey see that it is
lands offered Jor one week at |20 per : put up under the government s “bunded
warehouse stamp,’* as is the Continen-
acre. Abel Adv.
j tai whiskey, Water Mill whiskey, Nor
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Bunch, who have mandie rye and F. F. V. rye. Sold by
been visiting in Merrill, passed through
C. D. Willson.
this city Tuesday on their way home to
A. IL N'aftzger returned this week
from San Francisco, where he had been
On receiptjof two cents in stamps I for a brief business trip.
will send descriptive literature of Klam
“Every drop pure,” is what can be
ath County to any address.—Mark L.
said at Continental whiskey, Water
Burns, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Mill whiskey, Normandie Rye and F. F.
Quite a delegation of Silver Lake V. Rye. Fold by C. D. Willson.
ranchers were in the city thia week for
supplies. Among them were A. B.
Schroder, Ira Bradley, Fred Egli and from Oakland, Cal. She has entere-l
the employ of the Holcomb Realty com
pany as stenographer. Miss Hillis has
Do you want a choice timber claim or
a large number of friends in this city
homestead? If so call at my office at
who will be please«! to learn of her re
once. Mark L. Burns
Miss Bertha Hammond, who for the
The latent subject to furnish a topic
past several months has been visiting in for pulpit discussion is the dropping of
Portland, returned home this week.
J “In Go«l We Trust ” from the new
Mr. an«l Mrs. P. Shell returned Mon , United Staten coins. It will not be long
day from their trip to the homestead in before Washington is deluged with pe-
Swan Lake valley, and were the recip ' titions and ap|H-aln for the re-inatate>
ients of the warm congratulations of 1 merit of the motto, and it remains to be
seen if Roosevelt will “stand pat.”
MARRIED—In this city, Friday, No
Harry Wall, foreman of the Moore
vember 8, 1007, Miss J'ency Edwards Brothers’ logging crew at Keno, had his
ami William C. Stone, both of Keno. right forearm broken last Thursday
Mr. Stone is a member of the firm of evening. The accident was due to bin
Padgett fc Stone of Keno, and is one of arm being caught between the wagen
the well known and sulistaritiai business and a small tree. He was on the ground
men of the county. Miss Edward« is driving the team, and in passing the!
the popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lines around the tree his arm was |
Nathan I*. Edwards and has a host of caught. It was necessary to cut down j
friends who extend to her their lient the tree before he was liberated. Dr. j
wishes for a long and happy marrie«) Merryman was summoned and reduced ,
‘‘Títere Is Only One Way
Of Judging The Fit titre;
That is By The Past."
Chat 1* Why Ch*
NIAGARA STEEL RANGES
l>ave Been Placed In So many Bornes.
they Sell Chemselves.
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 ¿i re satisfied
Everlasting and the moat
Comfortable Spring made
Successor to R. fl. Boiler
E. W. GILLETTE & CO.
The largest building and
the largest stock
GEO. T. BALDWIN
THE HARDWARE DEALER