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WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Apply Heitkeniper'e Jewelry
Mows Th Ml
"There Is Only One II riiy
of "fudging T!“ Future;
Tilat rs By The />«■/."
We offer‘nnv hundred dollar«reward lor any
ca <o of c atarrh that cannot be cured by II
‘ - M
F. J ckknky e co .Tviude. o
Extensive preparations are being
We, the undersigned, have luomi F J The
made by the saw mill men for next sum uey tor ihv la*l 15 year« and believe him pur
mer'» bu«lIlers as it is believed th» de fe» lly honorable lu all busineaa trail« aulluM.
mand for lumber will far exceed that of and dnanviaily able to carry any obligations
the pant year.
, uiado by hla tliiu
Ualdon. KitiusnA Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, U.
FOR SALE Eighty «créa,near ltalry ;
Halle Catarrh Cure 1« taken internally, act
price $10 per acre. Come to «ce us
I lug directly upon tlte blood and tnucvu« «ulece
Chat Is Ulhv Ch«
about this laud.—Mason A Slough tf
of the ■>«teui
reglinmnlal« uvnt tree
per buttle bold bv all druggists
Mrs. T. J. Allen of Corvallis arrived
lake Halls family phis for eousUpallou
in the city Sunday.
Mrs. Allen is
on her way to Merrill, where she is en
gaged to teach at the Gale school.
Bible School Sunday morning at 10
Geo. McIntire Came over from I’okeg- o'clock; morning worship at II o'clock.
ama Sundav lo assist in the local Chriatain Endeavor at <i 30; evening
office of the McIntire Transportation worship at 7: 30. midweek prayer meet
ing on Wednesday evening at 7 30.
George Rower«, connis ted with the teachers meeting on Saturday evening
M-xig Dramatic Company, left Wednes at 7: 30. Regular session meeting the
day for his home in Ohio, l-eiiig first Monday of the month at 7; 30
called there by a telegram announcing The Mens Club meets the first Thurs
The Wonderful Success of These Stoves is th.
the serious illneee of his niotliei
Mi. day evening of the month at S o'clock
Bowers expects to return lo K-nualli The Ladies Aid society meets the sec
ond Thursday afternoon in the month
Falls by April.
at 2: 30. The ladies Missionary socie
We have a few thousand dollars to
ty meets the fourth Thursday of the
See Adv (or marsh lands.
loan on real estate. Mason & Slough tf
month at 2: 20 o'clock.
Earl Whitlock has been mentioned as
Mrs. Ankeny, widow ol the late Henry
Gao T. F katt .
a candidate (or County Coroner on the E. Ankeny, arrived F ridav evening from
Eugene, (or a week's visit with her sou.
Allevi Elia Flout, »on ol Mr. and Mrs.
¡ In reporting the list o( donation* to Frank E. Aukeuy, of this city.
Embodied in all the good features of this range
Henry Stout, die-1 in thia city al I
the Firemen's Fund, the name ol Chas.
Wheat hav, allaita and timothy,
Woodard should have been credited mixed—No. 1 hay—$15 at the Belmont o’clock Friday morning, of brain feier,
aged U vear«, II month* and 21 day«
Funeral services will I o held tomorrow
FOR SALE—House and lot four
J. Frank Adams lie« th« distinction of at 3:15 from the residence.
blocks from post office. P. O. box 115, shipping the first carload of cattle from
It 1 Bray over the new California Northeast
Klamath Fall». Oregon.
Money Will Not Buy A Better Steel Rangc
T. W. Zimmerman contemplates giv ern Kailroad. The cattle were -hipped
ing the oratorio, "The Crucifixion,” to the Hawaiian Islands.
Than A Malable Top
with a chorus of twenty voices at Easter
Small tracts of well located tub- marsh For Joint Representative
time and practices will soon begin. It land* offered for one week at I'Ji) pair
To the Republican* of Klamath,
will be a treat lor all lovers of good acre. Abel Adv.
Lake, Crook and Grant counties
I The last few days has brought jov to
I wish to inh-rm the Republicans of
ARTHUR HARTLEY, ot Buneeville, the hearts of the small boy and gitl and Klamath. Lake, Crook and Grant
Every change of Fashion
Sask., Canada, is desirous ol sec uring to many older residents of Klainaih ' counties, constituting the twenty first
information regarding his brother, Fred. Falls, as well a* to the consumer* of Representative District ot Orrg.m,
is reflected in our assortment
Walter, last heard of in Klamath Falls. ice. The cold weather is fast produc tnat my name w,!l be presented fur
of high grade.
Oregon, in November, l'.MS.
♦ ing our supply of ice for next summer. your consideruti- n at the primary elec
The lovers of skating, however, dre not tion to be held Apr.I 17. l'.*>S, asking
We show the same selec
It is reported that some party or bothering about next S'lmnier's ice, but
your suffrage forfone of the Republican
parties have cut the fences around the are enjoying to the utmost the extiili-
tions as are seen in the swell
nominees for joint representative in
Klamath Falls Cemetery and driven rating pastime befoie it ¡«too la'e Ac
■aid district, to be'ballottsd for on
city stores—same Clothing,
their cattle in to feed on the grass. It cording to the dictum of tlie rinnll boy,
June 1, 19>3tl
Hats and Shoes—same Fur
this is true it is a depredation, the per whoisan undisputed authority, there
H A BIIATTAIN,
is tine skating below the Government
verely punished. Deputy Sheriff Schal- tunnell. also on the railroad ditch and
lock is making an investigation, and Moore's canal. The latter seems to
NOTICE OF Sl ttVLl
public feeling is considerably aroused as be the favorites and are more generally
persona are hereby
this is not the first case reported.
first day of March.
WALL PAPER-WALL PAPER i The sale of the grocery store, of San 19U8. 1 shall begin survey for the loca
derson Bros., of East Main street, was tion of the following Section,, quarter
6000 Rolls Choice Wall Paper
made Friday to A. E. Crance, ol lint section and Meander Corner* vix
city. Mr. Crance took charge of the corners in section 35 and M'-ander cor
All at popular price*
business Saturday morning.
ner on the east or left Jl«ok of I-ost
For fresh groceries of all kinds—Phone ;-i-6
Baldwin the Hardware Dealer
“Every drop pure," is what can Iw River on the south boundary of section
11 $0 S R. l'i E W. M I h<- above
said of Continental whiskey, Watei
For the best of teas and coffees—I'lione ;-i-6
“Just what we have been waiting Mill whiskey, Normandie Rye and F. F. survey is mad» upon the ’ request of, «
C A Bunting, T J Otlieid. E I. Offield,
for, Now we can do business," re V. Rye. Sold by C. D. Willsoi-
and Laura A Hill for the purpose of
marked Harry Ackley, in speaking of
For the choicest of canned Hoods—Phone Ç-I-6
'>* KLAMATH-FALLS’ OR
The entertainment committee ismak-
the snow and cold weather. Ackley | ing arrangements lor the regular semi locating the coiners and determining
Bros, have over one million feet of logs monthly party of the Twenty-one Club, the boundaries of their respective lands
For iqoH groceries and fruits—Phone Ç-1-6
Mrs M M McMillan. Wallace Baldwin
piled on skidways in the woods near which will be given next Friday even
Keno. They have bad their teams ■ ml ing hehruary 7, at Houston's Hall, As J C Ferguson,N S Merrill, W 1' Rhoads,
Lor fresh raisins, candies, nuts, etc.—Phone ç-i-6
sleighs in readiness waiting for the first j the Club members were so royally en- E S Terwilliger, Henrv C Gerber, Louis
big enow, and it is expected now that tertaineil by the ladies recently, an ex- and Ida G -rb.-r, I’url K Merrill, C Guy
For courteous treatment always—Phone ;-i-6
1 no time will be lost in getting the loga ! tra effort will be made by the boy* to Merrill, Came Merrill, Mabel J Patter
to the landing.
show their appreciaticu and a large at
G W White, Lou Story, Edward M
Poet cards and postal cards mailed un tendance is expected. The committee Hayes »stat», I. M Robinson. John G
der cover of sealed envelopes, trans
Swan, C R DeLap, Chas Moore, Henry
parent or otherwise, are chargeable entertainment but it ia known that they S Parish, E H Carlton, H F Tolle, An
KENYON A THOMPSON, PROPS.
with postage at the first class rate—two have lieen very busy planning some drew Taylor estate, Samuel and Mary
« cents an ounce or fraction thereof. If i thing new.
Wm F Hili, laura A Hill,
Goods packed and shipped.
* enclosed in unsealed envelopes, they are “Dick" Richardson has lawn known • frayner,
has Ixximi', CA Bunting. Fred Mc
a specialty. Baggage orders given prompt at
subject to postage according to the i ever since he lias lieen a resnlennt heie Kendree. Clyde Bradley. M Veneta
of the message—at first class as a “red hot" republican, and you can Bunting, F Stephenson. Dan VanBrim-
Having up-to-date piano trucks we
rate if wholly or partly in writing, or , imagine tiis feelings when be saw liis mer. H b Murdoch, Trustee* of the
Town of Merrill, Klamath Water User.
solicit your fine piano moving.
third class rate if entirely in print—and ; name reported in a local paper in the Association.
postage should Ire fixed to the envelop registration list as a democrat. “Dick"
covering the same. Postage stamps af- immediately got busy with the tele- i
Guardian Sale of Reef Estate
I fixed to such cards enclosed in envel- phone and things were hot around his
By virtu« ol au order ot sals duly made and 1
1 opes having an opening exposing the office in the court house. Among other entered by the County Court ot the stale of
stampe cannot be recognized in pay names reported as democrat* are: Tony Oregon, lor ibeCeunty ol Klamath, on the I7ib '
day o' Sept- inber ISU7.authorising. Ilc«n.ln<
ment of postage thereon.
Castel, A. Kershner and Fred I.. Apple end empowering me. as the guardian ot the
A. choice line of 1 live sit-
E. W. Gowan, who served this county gate. These men have always l*en such persons end estates ot Mary rarhlneoti, and)
nientM tliftt xvlll mnke
as sheriff for a couple of terms, is b«-. loyal and enthusiastic republicans that tranh ta-wey Parkinson, frninors. lo sell at j
ing urged by his friends to come out it is considered a rather good joke. Tlie private sale all the right, Hile and latereet ol
minor* In and to the following described
names probably got tnispla -ed in mak •aid
for the nomination of assessor.
property situate In the County ot Klematb. !
ing up the forms, but their friends insist state ol Oregon, to-wll: an undivided twe-
J. F. Kimball states that the timber
on the cigar«,
•evenlbs. being an undivided oue wvenlb In
lands, known as the Pokegama tract,
lerest eaeb. ioubjecl to an un*Mign«t dower
belonging to the Weyerhaeuser Com- !
iniereet therein i In an« to the strath half the
pany, will lie patrolled this summer a« a organize! a Commercial Club. The ini- I «oiithweet quarter ot the nertbenvi quarter
protection against fire. This tract ex tiation fee is 125 and about 40 members and lot« one |l|, two (IJ. three (X), tour (4; and
flve |S), of M-ctlou twenty eight |3»]; the north
tends from Odessa to the California have already joined, giving the Club a hall
ol the southwest quarter: the louthwevl
fund of $1000 to start with. it is the
BUESING 4 CLENDENNING, PROP'S.
quarter ot toe eouthweet quarter, end Iola one
) and two (2) ot section twenty seven |f71, all
IL A. Brattaio, of Paisley, ba« an the Club is well under wav. and fur 11
tn township thirty nine (3S| eouth range «ev
£igs furnished with or without drivers. Feeding our
nounce' 1 himself as a candidate on ttie nish it with suitable and up to date en (7j east ot the Willametle meridian, eon j
■alnlug 4M 'oar-re*, I will from and «iter the
Republican ticket for joint representa equipment,
specialty. Grain by the sack. Hay by the bale or ton-
7th day ol March, IVOS, proceod to *ell and con
tive. A h yet he haw no oppoiition, a«
Lakeview' is to have a flour mill. The llnue until sold, to *ell at private sale tor caeb '
Large corrall for loose horses.
Klamath County will have no candi
In baud, subject 1» the eonflrmstlon ot the
date for thia office, being aatiafied with business men of that city have already •bore named Court all the right, title arid In
subscribed half of the stock and the terevl which the said minors, or either of them
farmers are taking the balance. The have In aud to the «eld premises.
Lawyer Evane is now located in his capital «lock has been placed at 4801 Applications for purchase uiaybe made to
O. A. Htearn*, Klatnath Fall«, Oregon and to i
new office in the Murdock building.
shares at a par value of $25 each.
Nina I'arklnvon, guardian. Palo Allo. Cal.
^.«^ ala mI aJ<e
Carries the Most Complete
bated and first published Feb.S, 1'308
Klamath County believes in jailing its
Mayor Bishop called a meeting of the
MKH. NINA PARKINSON
“undesirable citizen«.’' There are now school board and principal, Halurday to
Uuar'lian of the persons and eitates ot Mary
seven confined in the county hoarding consider action in regard to the caee ot Parkinson and Frank Dewey Parkin «on,
house. As there are only eight beds in scarlet fever. The inatructore were I minors.
1* 3 3 |
tfie jail, a few more additions will re asked to prohibit any child who bail Ire-
sult in compelling some of tlie boarders come exposed, from attending school.
Heating Stoves, Household Utensils, Guns
to stand up.
There are no new cases but it was consid
Paints and Oils,
and Ammunition, Cutlery—in fact every-
The County high Scoool Board has or ered best to take every precaution lor
thing in Good Hardware—No shoddy or
dered the high school closed the remain the health of the city.
der of this week, as a precautionary
Considerable excitement was caused
Pumps and Pipe'
measure, on account of the reported ex at the noon hour Friday by the turning
Agents celebrated Ellwood Fences—
posure of some of the scholars to the in of a Hr alarm. The ringi g of the
case of scarlet fever.
fire bell caused everyone in the vicinity
and everything the farmer needs.
Making a Pteasur«
UNIVERSAL BRBAÜ MIXER, Mak»»
of Main street to gather on the streets,
Agent for STUDEBAKER WAGONS
but it soon developed that there whs
MACHINES rob wash <My *
The ‘'ACME” and ''ffljo" WASMING J___ ___
nothing more serious than the burning
mo«t of Ito terrore
out of a chimney at the Home Bakery.
If you want your Watch re
paired by a skilful repairer,
it to me. I employ, a
I offer my stock of
I Auction. To the public: Being de-
Watchmaker who understands
I «irons of closing out st once, we have
not only the theory, but the
decided to dispose of the Iratance of our
mechanical principles of
stock at auction. The sale will com-
Map», Plans. Blue Print», Ek
for sale at actual cost,
i rnence Friday, January 31.t, with J. N.
Dennis as auctioneer, and will continue
and will take half the
All work guaranteed. No
I until every article in our store is sold,
matter what kind of a watch
cost of buildings , and
i including fixtures, etc. This is not a
or how badly broken, it can be
lot if all is taken by
bargain sale nor a mere reduction in
repaired and done promptly, al
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
May 1. Stock will in
I prices. It is the offering of our stock to
voice between $4000
the people of Klamath county at ybur
universal food chopper
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
prices. Remember the big auction sale
and $5000. Resp’y,
I starts on Friday, January 31. Goods
M. D. WILLIAMS, C. E.
DON J. ZUMWALT, C. E-
Watchmakers Jrurtlen tfptician,
W. P. SEDGE,
1 sold in lots also. Private sales every
DAIRY, ORE i forenoon. Auction sale every afternoon
The Big Four-Story “BRICK/* Klamath Faflj
I and evening.
L. JACOBS A Co.
flonday, January 6th,
---- February 15th----
Secure Bargains W hile You Can
* THE BRICK STORE C9
NIAGARA STEEL RANGES
Hav* B««n Placed In So many
Beautiful Nickel Finish
Agents for the celebrated
Lamm & Co.
hand - tailored clothes
High Class Workmanship
For the Man
Economy of Fuel
style and quality
National and Niagara
Roberts & Hanks
“ When it's new it's here
When it's here it's new
0. K. TRANSFER & STORAGE GO.
Phones—Office 871, Barn 671, Res’dence 645
M ason & S lough
LIVERY AND FEED
MASON & SLOUGH
BALDWIN The Hardware Dealer
Corner 8th and Main
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| Dependable Hardware
GEO. R. HORN, the Hardware Man
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.