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KLAM A TH REPUBLICAN
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Lasy to Mix l ilis
What w ill ap|>ear very interesting to
many people here is the article taken
from a New York daily paper, gtvitig a
simple prescription, as formulated by a
noted authority, who claims that he has
found a |>oaitive remedy to cure almost
any care of backache or kidney or blad
der derangement, in the following sim
ple prescription, is taken before the
stage of Bright's disease:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Karaaparilla, three
ounce«. Shake well in a bottle and
take in teaspoonful dores after each
meat and again at bedtime.
A well know n druggist here at home,
1 when asked regarding thia prescription,
stated that the ingredienta areall harm
less, and can be obtained at a small
cost from any good prescription phar
macy, the mixture would lie put up if
asked to do ao. He further stated that
I while tbia prescription is often pre-
j scribed ia rheumatic afflictions with
splendid results, he could see no reason
why it would not be a splendid remedy
for kidney and urinal troubles and
backache, as it has a peculiar action on
the kidney structure, cleansing there
most important organs and helping
them to sift and filter from the blood
the foul acids and waste matter which
cause sickness and suffering. Those of
our readers who suffer can make no
mistake in giving it a trial.
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DON’T FORGET THAT WE HAVE USEFUL
ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR XMAS:
TIES and FANCY SCARFS
BAGS and BELTS
PADDED COAT and SKIRT HANGERS
The season is fast approaching when
the political boom of the aspiring poli
tician will liegin to sprout, and the indi
Keno is situated in the S>utheru
cations are that there will be a full crop
in this county. It seems to be taken for part of KUmath County, on the
Klamath river, at the terminus of
granted on all sides that both parties
will nominate a full ticket and there are navigation. Two steamers land here;
murmurs of an independent ticket en mail, express and passengers are
tering the field. The latter is still in transferred from the stage to the
embryo and whether it will develop boat at this ]>oint. Adjoining Keno
into a full-fledged reality no one at this
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time can hazard a guess. If it should it and on the east is a large body of
would result in one of >l>e liveliest cam marsh lands. Near Keno, on the
river, is immense water power. Tele
paigns in this county’s history. To Im
phone connections with all parts of
Miss Edna Elliott and Orva Orem
on the safe aide the Republicans want to the country. Has a good school, two
a Friday, the Thirteenth, |>arly al
place a ticket in the field every candi stores and two saw mills.
the home of the (ormer, on the west
date on which shall be clean and invul
aide, last Friday, to which they invited
R. A. Emmitt of the Falls is visiting
nerable to attack. W’ith such a ticket
a large iinmlier of their young friends.
the party would be sure to win.
Numerous games were played ami re
Mr. Jone«' family have come from the
freshments were served and the young
Before another issue of the Republi
guests had a jolly good time.
Mr. Jone« is getting shill of lumber
can comes to its readers the great day
of the year will have passed. The past sawed to build a new house.
It would be a great task to enumerate
year has been one filled with many of
J. L. Padgett is on the sick list.
all things, suitable tor Xiuai presents,
the good things of life tor this paper
Rev. Good of Medford is expected to
to lie found at lleitkempar’s. An in
•nd we are looking forward to next year be here to hold a meeting in the near
vitation is er tended to all. Come see
with pleasure and confidence. For all future.
for yourself, whether you buy nr nut.
of this we are deeply grateful, being
You are sure to find something, no limi
The logging men are decking log» for
fully aware of the fact that our pros
now difficult your choice may 1st.
a winter haul.
Word was received in this city yester
perity, while reflecting the general con
then, otn ex|ienence might help
The Keno saw mill is sawing nearly i
ditions prevailing throughout the coun
agreed on the appointment of R. A. you.
ty, is due to the support and confidence
Emmitt for postmaster of Klamath
a x-orded us by our wide circle of pat ber on band.
Mrs. Lite Mills and her sister-in-law Falls. Thia virtually assures his a;>-
rons. We hope that every reader of the
AT KLAMATH FALLS. IN
pointment for the poatoffice department CAWFFEE TIME AT MURPHY’S
Republican can look at the past with a*-» in Keno to remain over the holi
the same feeling of pleasure and meet days, visiting the McCormack family.
THE STATE OF OREGON
Senators and Congreesr.ien. Another
the future with the same assurance of
Lee Doten, who has been working tor Klamath Falls' man to knock a plum
its fullness of good things; and that this Frank Adam«, is home on a visit.
down was F. C. Cronemiller, who -will
at the close of business December 3, P07
Xmas will be the meriiestof all those
Sargison has gone to Buck Lake to be recommended for appointment as
that have entered your life.
spend the winter in trapping.
Register of the Ijtkeview land office.
The appointment of these two men is i
The Keno boys are now enjoying
Last week, when we published the
themselves shooting ducks from tbe remarkable for one thing—the ease with
■tatement of the committee having in
| which they landed their jobs. 1’racti- ;
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charge the expenditure of the funds col
cally no opposition was manifected and
lected for the Fourth of July, we
i few knew that Cronemiller was a can-
Due from approved reserve banks...........
thought that would be the end of it.
, didate. It is an indication of the future
But unfortunately it is not. Since its
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harmony of the party in thia county
publication our attention has been
called to many discrepancies and this
week we incorporate these in a series of pany to recover 11290.20, the amount' Koo‘l results. The ap|x>intmenta will
questions that appear on the first page claimed to be due from the sale of 2,<e ««neral aatisfaction and the Repub
Capital stock paid in....................................................
I 25,000 00
tickets over the former’s line. The suit >‘c»n extends to the succ<*«ful gentle-
of this paper. We believe that a satis
Hux-roop, hur-roo, ok, Murphy’s crew,
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ..
factory answ er to these questions will
It’s cawfee time — it’s csw « m tune I
Out of your bunk», there’s work for yon,
end the matter. The Republican went troubles between McIntire and Davis
And it’» cawltee time, it's cawiieo
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into this thing reluctantly, but once in
it is going to stay until it is adjusted equity against these gentlemen, for the ,s follows:
’Tain’t sun-up yet, but the sky is red,
Iji Grande Ijin I Oilice
*' — Receiver, A' Beans
to the satisfaction of the pnblic. This purpose of settling certain questions A. Roberts, reappointment
are hot and the table spread.
ST*ta or O rrgon ,
If it wa’n’t for your snores I'd think you
committee was acting in a fidu- that arose at the time he was deposed as F. C. Bramwell.
C ocnty or Ki.AMarn t **'
ciary capacity—as trustees of the
Lakeview Ijind Office—Receiver, J.
Hi, up my men, for it’s cawfee time
I, J. W. Biemens, Caahier <d the above-named bank, do solemnly
public's money, contributed for the was elected to that position, Another I jj Watson, reappointment; Register, Wake up. my hearties of Murphy’s crew,
swear that the above sfateim-nt is true to the liest of my knowledge and
purpose of properly commemorating the
For ft’s worth your while at cawffoe
Granta Pass l’ostoifice—George W.
National holiday. As such it ought to the new line to Bray, which was op
It’s cawffee that’s real that we buy tor
J. W. Him*«, ('ashler.
posed by Mr. McIntire.
make a satisfactory report.
Cottage Grove Poatoffice—D. M. C.
Governor Chamberlain has appointed Gault.
Subscribed and sworn to lirfore mo this !2th day of Ifecetnlier, 1907.
The announcement of the death of Earl C. Bronough judge of the circuit
C lakkmi ' k (>. M omgan , Notary Public for Oregon.
Klamath Fall« postotfice—K. A. Em
Thsrs’s no one works ilka a woodaman
Mr». Louisa Maria Taft, mother of Sec court to succeed Judge A. L. Frazer, mitt.
CORRECT—A ttut :
McMinville Postoffice— II. M. Has There’s do place here for a man who shirks,
retary of War William H. Taft, which deceased.
G. W. Wtirra,
occurred at her home in Millbury,
A nd we bu y the cawffee t hs t ha i do quirks,
Ben Brophy, who has been in the em
T. R aldwin ,
Maes., on the 7th, will be received by ploy of Crisler A Stilts, has ione to
You can’t fool ua, you understand,
the nation with sorrow, and the sympa Rogue River for the winter.
With any weak-kneed sort of brand.
thy of the American people will go out
For it’« CHASE & SANBORN’S good old
One of the sports that promises to ping until the last minute, but come in
to their distinguished citizen in his
now and take advantage of a larger and That puts tho gimp into Murphy’s crew.
hour of grief. There existed between arouse a good deal of interest here this
the big hearted secretary and his moth winter is basket ball. The three games choicer assortment. And also, we have Sold in Klamath Falls exclusively by
er a bond that was remarkable for its played at the opera house have attract more time to engrave things and get
affection and devotion. In his busiest ed good sized audiences and the indica them ready for delivery. Goods laid
moments he never forgot his mother, tions are the contests in the future will aside and engiaved for a small deposit.
who looked up to her boy with that be witnessed by a still greater number HEITKEMPEK'S, R kfvblican B lock .t
The high school boys
love which only a mother can give who of spectators.
feels the pride sne felt over the success are feeling jubilant over the prospects,
other eon. She never wanted him to for they were fearful lest the first game
_______ r preferring
would not be a paying affair. It proved
a candidate for president,
that he secure a place on the' bench of otherwise^ however,as have alj the
the Supreme Court of the United other games and tboee who have at
tended the contest have become er.- '
States, where she lielieved his great tbusiastic followers of the sport.
k-gal ability would be of greater worth
BUESING A. CLENDENNING, PROP’S
Hkating promises to be one of the
to the country and where be would l>e
This store is a vast emporium of pretty and
free from the cares devolving on the
useful things suitable for Xmas gifts. A satis
Rigs furnished with or without drivers. Feeding our
nation’s executive. Mr. Taft is on bis the reason that the government has
way home from Europe.
specialty. Grain by the sack. Hay by the bale or ton.
skating pond. It is the government
Large corrall for loose horses.
Olhv Gariy Buying Is Best
The recommendations for federal ap canal. The water was just deep enough
pointment« made by the Oregon dele
in its wake. Exclusiveness has always Iwen a strong point at this store, and
gation, so far as this county is con fear of the results usually following
many article« and designs cannot lie reproduced nor can they be found else
cerned, meet» with the warmest ap
where. Exclusiveness is what makes a gift appreciable and imparts to it
proval. Messrs Emmitt and Crone
that rare value.
miller are men who are deserving of the dications are that this winter will fur
nish plenty of ice for skating, so yon !
In the lines enumerated l>elow there are many divisions which give latitude
recognition they have received and had better dig up your kates and get1
in selection and contain something suitable for most anyone you
there is no doubt but that they will them sharpened.
may have on your list:
•quit themselves in a manner that will
Kings, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware,
bring credit to Klamath and our repre STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, ( „„
LUC AH COUNTY.
Leather Goods, Chafing Dishes,
sentatives in Congress. It also places
Frank 1. Cheney makes oath that he is «en
Silver Sets, Fancy Hand-painted China, Fancy
the dtflegation on record as favoring ter partner of the flrm of F. J. Cbenay 4 Co.,
party regularity, in that both gentle doing bualneaa In the City of Toled«, County
men appointed bad the unanimous in and State aforesaid, and that said flrm will
mous indorsement of the party organi pay the aum el ONE HCNDKKD DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
WATCH THE WINDOW
THE BRICK STORE C2
Report of the Condition of
Cbe Virst Crust $
Van Riper Bros.
Anticipating Santa Claus
THE CHRISTMAS STORE
LIVERY AND FEED
R. C. Cowley, the well known stock
man of Langell Valley, was in the city
Monday on business. Msny of Mr.
■wley’s friends—and they are legion
n fl grooming him for the Republican
mi nation for assessor next year. It is
i admitted fact that he would make a
»i cong candidate, and if he decides to
run will make a good account of him
self. His is the first name mentioned to
any great extent in connection with
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to befcre me and subscribed In my
presence, this «th day of December, A. D
Hall's Catarrh Cura la takan Intarnally, and
acta directly ea the blood and mucoua sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonials
r. J. CHKNBY A CO., Teledo, O.
Seid by ate Drusgtats, 7Je.
Taka Hall's Family Pills for Const! pat loo.
A piece of jewelry, suitably and artis
tically engraved, as a Christmas gift is
the most acceptable article to lie had.
Gray mare; weight 1000; branded Engraving, nice jewelry, goods pul ut
in a presentable manner, |*ople
J.If. on left shoulder. Liberal reward ' tn
I on in a courteous way—are all items
paid if returned to West Side Stable«. 'considered in d?al:’".' w Itli r.n»- custom-
11-21-12-1» I er«.
H. J. WINTERS
When in doubt, give Books. Books are always appropriate. They
continue to entertain, and are a constant source of pleasure.
FANCY HOLIDAY BINDINGS
ABC BOOKS. STORY BOOKS
CLOTH AND PAPER BOOKS
We have a big stock to select from. Onr price* are right—very low.
STAR DRUG STORE
••The Store that Sates You Money”
Corner 8lh and Main
Iloadquartcrs for a Complete Lino of Viows of
Klamath County. Send you friends ono of these
Fino Viows for Xmas,
A cordial invitation is
extended the public to visit the Studio and “Soo
Klamath County,” tho Switzerland of Amorica.
for Spot HAah. 10 tn 50% mar«» mo n<» y for you to «hip ÎUw Fwrw «nd Bidon to tia than to
■«di st hnmn. Writs» for Prion List. Markot Ba port, Rliipplng Ta««, sad sismi onr
<'0 pa«"«, IrtAthar bound. He«t Uilnf on th« subjrel aver writton. llluatr«Us| sii Fur Animili All
•bout Trapper«' Neeret«. f>e< >..<•, Tr«®«. (lam* lawi H<»w «nd wto»ra Io trap, aad tn barena a •«<•
neaafnl trapper lt*a a raenlar EnryntnpMIa Frira. <7 Tn mir maVunara, |l 1b Hldaa tanned Int«
I auliful If-o<ii M luiwto linlt and It", oy atii.-MifM atilmala to trap«. Il no pur 1x4th», bini» ynr
Mid«« and Furs to ua rad (at ingUat prisa., Asderseh Uraa, Mwft. g*. MlaawrUkMiaa.