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Dorris, » tu U in I '' 11
Judge W. II Harris to >k < ... I ge of
the Houston , t< .< i Sat tirday
\ positio i with real
\ddress .1 C.. this 0I-
estitte tl till
Hotel Dorris. Dorris that's the place
ISA ratr cent nil »»n .l.i[>-íi“l ne al
G. II Mel«
THE BRICK STORE C°
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CITY imil I *•
See Ady for marsh lands.
Watch for the big Removal Sale
at the BOSTON STORK
Don't overlook the ad of the Sl“
Drug Store on bat k page.
.1. Q. Willits and family left for
their Lakeview home Friday.
J.E.Bodge left for Colstein Tuesday
morning to be gone several days.
Small tracts of well located tule marsh
lands offered for one week at »20 per
acre. Abel Adv.
E. L. Swartzlander, acting agent
at the Klamath Indian Reservation,
went to Dorris Saturday.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Jobb and Mrs.
Pierce Evans went to Odessa Satur
day to remain for a few days
MONEY TO LOAN on City Prop
erty, Ranch or Timber land
Aitrnt big «-hooner at the Hotel
1' E '»lalilmau ivlt
Mr. and ,Vi
i for San Fr '» I. a F. luay .
Cail. L 1» Applegate went to his
| home at Oakland. Cal . Sunday morn
Mrs. J. bchallock returned Thurs-
I day ntglit from an extended visit to
Have you had trouble in getting
your repairing done promptly. Try
big Removal Sale
.,• lies .UN STORE
A tine tract of land within five miles
M ason & S lough
If your glasses get broken try
Winters. All work done same day
r Special attention is called to the
Ashland Commercial College S|>ecial
in thia Issue.
MONEY TO LOAN on City Prop
erty, Ranch or Timber laud
J. A. Garber, of the Klamath Ag-
11'my was here Saturday, preparing
for a four weeks' deer hunt.
J. H. Baum, for some time collect-
•d with Maney Brothers A Co., has
gone to Portland on business
G. W. White, president of the First
National Bank, lias gone to Portland
to purchase fixtures for the new bank
Above all get qtte of lltiwe hand
some picture« for $1 .it Star Dril”.
■ Fred S< 'uillot k returned Mon
Iritni a few wet k-t‘ outing ui
txt'll SHAKES FOR SALE at
. it V X is
.uissea Sadie Wagner and Artie
Beehorn have returned front a weeks'
visit at Odessa.
Father Tompkln, the priest who
will succeed Father Feusl. arrived In
the city Tuesday
Mr» I. I. Brownell went to Hrowti
ell on Tuesday for a few weeks'
visit with friends.
Take your watch repairing
ter* who employs the only
maker in the county
Miss Lyle Waist'll, deputy
cletk. expects to leave In a few duys
for het home at Ashland where she
will *|>end Iter vacation.
K. D North hat resigned Ills posi
tion in tlie post office and Is succeed
ed by l.cster Kirkpatrick, who began
work Wednesday morning
Geo Chastain and family have re
lumed from Bonanza and the ex
county clerk has begun work In the
Shlve Bros. A Co store in which he
American field Fence
and K0K0H0 LAWN FENCI
BA R II E l>
ROBERTS & HANKS
Mr. and Mrs H E Kerns, of Keno,
were the recipients of a daughter on
Bert Cranston arrived in the city
Thursday from Portland to visit with
' Only too pleased to show you our
special on these new pictures. Star
An.I it ''.m I . tin under bard I ■
The vital j»rt»—and
>’ |urt of
'I lie Slutlrbakrl I1.1 t> atti mg
.«!<• li».**!«- J •.•'I II4I1I
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ira»! *<>'* gtralcr than that o| tl
lli.tt . uhv tl»r Mu*kl»ak< r « • the
IT I ' t • • t ’ '
Mrs. A. DeLap left on T uesday S. E. Icendice al Pine Grove on Tues
For Sale or Trade:— Residence and
lii-caiiM, «irin, asir, spoke, lmb >11
1 lies la>l I uiik * < *“ <•»«’ <<»<1*1*1 C<Mt
For Sale:—A tine ltk)-aere tract three business property tn the beat town in
for Salem after spending several day. July 28th.
Iliadi' imi righi,
Mrs. F. M. White and son, Elbert, miles out. This is a bargain. The own the Willamette Valley.
weeks with relatives iu this city.
I lie skriu» lia» e a ti an»vet r *lt< i
I tie* nerd ieurr irpaim w the repair coat U IrM
than that tequile»! In Ilio I mt* I -i ,
per * ear nv* to
Inquire at the Boston Store,
J. P. Churchill returned to his left Saturday morning for Myrtle er must go to a lower altitude and will
I lie an. ■ air
inch tleeia i tl 1
Thr* ui«*M»t. l draft
Mason & Slough.
Yreka home on Saturday after hi»- Point for a visit with relatives.
made fluiti selected bull t ut Illa. »
Il urn .1 Io 5 it .0 ».
spending several days in this city.
11. G. Wilson, superintendent of
cost iiitirr (I mii w.i^on-; light di aft iavm
Where can I buy Sherwin-Williams
The bub« «re e»tra large in <
Among the parties in the city from the Klamath Indian Reservation, was
Two new Cypress incubators and P. ir.t '
the l«-»t pi.H-utabi*' wo.«l
Mi'drl ak»*r wag«>nw ron tnorerawilv timti olhmw l»r«
Wood river valley last Saturday, here Monday en route to the Ag
I be Tainnu« Simi«l. ikri • l.q--
brooders for sale. Best on earth.
CmiM* r it it u hrrl i* |‘«*tf* < *»*
tiou* d, ** (th th« I * <
are Jas. L. Gordon. Geo. C. Hill. Asa ency from a business trip to Willam
Ihel tg. t «mount ol v ■»! into t)>. I.
ut the hub s rt in the rx«u * » rut« I.
T. W. Stephens.
MONEY TO LOAN We have sev Fordyce, Christ Wiess. II. J. Savidge
c»t w he: <- otin rs ate u > .>»1 • I
I hr »krill 14 M> art that tl»« **hrr| run« »trnigtit
ette valley points.
Thos. J. McGrath arrived in the eral thousand dollars to loan on real and Grandma Worlow.
'I be tiu« «te, ./><-/, and are | h t
ahead mid« r a load and cauiH»l rni>, imd ui gnud ‘41
When you want Pitchford and
each wheel »-> that llicie 1 i... » . h
city a few days ago from Santa Cruz
The remains of Silas Albert, a Webb you’ll find them at the O. K.
luuM'iniig SlmlclMkt r Inc.
Studebaker hub« never hu< either nut or collar.
to take charge of Moore Bros, power
Mi«s Lutie Ulrich, of Medford, who Klamath Indian who died at the Che-
No won.li-r the Ian ■ t and ! est
Feed Barn and the Belmont Stable«
That • miuthvr ir.fo n wl»> tl»«’ Mudrbuker u» ut
has been the guest of Mrs. W. A. Del- mawa school, arrived in this city on
factui y tu the «otit! 1« tequile.! lo 1 <
such ** olldrrfullv I’Kht dl**!t.
wher* they feed their horses. Your
or the Stiuleb.il
It in**k< bald I ad» tai* h»r liOf»CM«
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McCauley left lell. left Saturday morning for her Friday and were taken to the Reser price is our price.
\\ r aie ptotul t .
on Tuesday for Eugene, after a home.
vation Saturday for burial.
btudcbakcr. St .
Dr. I.. L. Truax visited Bonanza a
brief visit with their daughter, Mrs
A. Helming A Co. fur merchants
Al W. Pape, the amateur champion few days ago and at the earnest solic
E'rank Ira White.
pays highest cash prices lor al) kinds ol Pacific Coast single sculler, is in the itation of a number of the people of Over
Rev. P. Conklin has sold the Grant hides ami furs. Headquarters Ameri city representing a roofing company that place lie has decided to locate 100
Harris place, three and a half miles can Hotel.
of San Francisco. He thinks Kiam there for the practice of his profes Acre«
east of Klamath Fulls, to Duncan
Mike Woods, the We.verhaueser ath Falls has a”, excellent oppur; uc- sion.
Taylor, of Tulare, Calif.
limber cruiser, arrived in the city Itv to promote all kinds of aq.ictb
Rev. R. E Dili..up, presiding elder Plant
FOR SALE—In Truckee, Calif., from Portland Thursday and went sports.
of the M. E. Church, this district,
one first class saloon business, one to the timber belt north of Bly Frl-
FOR EXCHANGE-Full set of En arrived in the city Friday evening
m Dfily tie
• ■'»•Ulto« tefiUaJII
dance hall, and residence properties day morning. .
cyclopedia Americana 16 volumes, He recently returned from a trip to
Address Box 273, Truckee. Calif.
Prof. J. G. Swan went to Pine absolutely new, latest edition. This the East where lie delivered a num
Grove Saturday to meet with the I work is recognized as the finest E11- her of illustrated lectures on the
the matter of building a new school change it for a spriug wagon. Atl-
Ashland to spend her vacation.
List your Property with us.
I dress, Box 14. Klamath Falls, Ore
Game Warden Gibson has just re house in that district.
connections in ail the leading cities on
turned from a trip to the north end
Misses Flunk and Schneider, th»
the coast, we are in a position to turn
County Clerk C. R. DeLap moved
of the county.
milliners, left on Friday morning
your property over in a short time.
New Bicycle* foe Sale and Kent
Roy Hamaker and wife arrived in tor Portland where they will retrain his family to the Lewis place on the
Klamath Basin Irrigated Lands Co.
Bonanza Monday from the Falls city. until September when they wi!l re West Side, which he purchased from
Upstairs- Republican Block.
Tents for. rent
Mr. Hamaker will take a position in turn here with a fall stock of nillin- Robert Casey a short time ago. Mr
Heating Stoves, Household I'tcnsils, <i ns
the Bulletin office for a short time
H. Boivin and family will leave
land in a few days, and Chas. Donart Saturday morning for Seattle where
and Ammunition, Cutlery—in
The famous Nettleton shoe, for men,
Miss Agnes Driscoll, daughter of are to be found at the Boston Store, has moved his family into the house Mr.Boivin will attend the grand aerie
thing in Good Hardware—No
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Driscoll of Bonan which has the exclusive agency for vacated by the DeLaps.
nt the Eagles as it delegate from the
J. H. Daikln, who came here a Klamath Falls aerie. It Is probable
za, was in the city Saturday en route them. The Nettleton Shoe for grace,
to her home from a visit with rela comfort and eas? n*» no equal; for
Agents celebrated Ellwood Fences
that they will visit Southern Cali
tives at points in the Willamette \ al wearing qu-di i t t cannot be sur eept a position with the Klamath fornia before returning hottie.
everything the farmer needs.
i Lake Navigation Co., has resigned his
The Misses Sarah Pratt and Fannie
We are dealers in
position and will leave here shortly.
Virgil were passengers on the boat
. He is forced to leave this city on ac
Tuesday. The former Is return
count of Mrs. Dalkin’s health, whose
If you want to sell your farm
ing to her home at Albany after vis
send us full description, terms,
iting a few weeks with her brothel,
etc.. an<l we can do it.
D. H. Ward, of this city, was In
Rev. Pratt, and the latter has gone
I this week renewing the subscription
Maps, Plans. Blue Prints, Etc.
to Ashland for a few weeks visit with
for the Republican sent to his father
27»' .• Washington St.,
1 L. B. Ward, at Rock Falls, who Is
is indicated tn all
very much interested in the Klamath
For I »•aw.
.country. Mr. Ward has built a fine
of women. Thia
Hoti I with everything new, diulng
house on the corner of Pine and
High streets, and has mad>- his home room, kitchen, eight roooms, patior. In th. Circuit Court of th» «1*1»of Or.-gt.tt lor
the County of Klamath
ffooi effect« be
fine patronage, feeding Torn 150 to
here for some time.
M Moors, Plaintiff
I Col. W. H. Holabird was here Sat JOO daily, inquire at Hotel I»orris,
front the very
Willey Moore. Defendant.
urday from Pelican Bay. When asked Dorris. California
Aral. It is com
M. D. WILLIAMS, C. E
DON J. ZUMWALT, C. E.
To Willey Moore, the ale.ve nameU deftuxlanl
posed of the pur
about the time set for the arrival of
FOR SALE Two well bred mares
In the name of the stale of Oregon - y on are
est and most re
the Harriman party he stated that one s years old, w ight shout 1150 hereby required toapfiear and an-«, r ft..... on
1 be had not been definitely advised It»« ; the other 5 year« old, weight plaint llle.l asain.l you In llie above nuikl
and could make no statement at this about. 1400, with a sucking colt. ■nil. on or before the Uth .lav of Aufn.1 uo.,
ates and other
time. Under the supervision of the Both well broke, gentle and true and the (line prescribed In the order for 1 .i.ti.-a
lion, the Oral publlcal ion hereof be I*» on July
Colonel everything at the Bay has bred to good horses.
Price |350. 2, ITO*, and If you tall eo to appear ami anawi-r
The many dis an.
been put In first class condition and S<i- them nt the raneh of Algin Klrk- for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to lhe
Court for T he relief prayed lor In the 10m
is now in readiness for the arrival
ences to which
All «re appri'|>ri»t<' w*j"
paterli-k, Foi I Klamatli, Oregon. Al
plaint: For a decreedlmolvliiff the l«rnil> ol
of tlie distinguished visitors.
woman is con
ding gift'' and »hr
so one heavy hack and double har- matrimony e*l*lln« between plaintiff ami <f.
If you can't call at our store, WRITE.
not be happy
T. A. K. Fassett, the local S. P. ness, saddle, bridle and wagon jack. tendanl, that defendant I* forever l.a. re.l ol
render her liable
Send your order for any MEDICINES or DR I (I STORE GOODS
to many func
agent, has requests from San Jose, Price $90. A bargain
7-30tf any Intereat In any properly of plaintiff, and
of any kind by MAIL and it w ill be filled promptly
for »nch further relief a> to the Court rnay a:
his former home, for Klamath litera
|*ear )u>t and mprllalrle In the promt*
that not only tend
ture. The letter slates that there are
Till* aummona la acrvetl hy publication to de»troy her comfort and happiness,
many Inquiries regarding this region
thereof in the K laniath Republican by order
which gradually merge into chronic
of the Honorable J H.iirlffith. I'ounq pul.. <.( a but
being made by homeseekers ami that
think how easy it is to do your shopping - no time lost costs
ml serious fliseases.
nothing extra and the method is safe and satisfactory if you
Nyal'a Vegetable Prescription is with
literature about the Klamath coun cultivation; <10 acres more can bo aald county, dated lune 2». |«n r<'<|i»lrtns ihi.
cleared; 300 acres pasture land, all annimona to be pnbllahed once a «<■.■* p,r , out a peer for the successful treatment
buy from us.
try Is at a premium. Mr. Fassett
fenced; |3000 worth of buildings on
of female weakness, painful anil elisor
, has forwarded a large amount of
c. <• grower
Use Red Star Rose Cream for tan and sunburn
THK HADING JlWW«
tiered menstruation, hysteria, cramps,
place; 51» acres In alfalfa; 200 acres
Chamber of Commerce literature to
"bearing down pains,” inflammation
come under the ditch now building;
the Southern Pacific office in that 150 more will come under lhe ditch
Hnd falling of the womli. This is a rem
edy of sterling worth.
later. Good outside range. Terms,
Paint! Paint! Paint!
Wo especially solicit watches upon 's! at 8 per cent
The finest line of Paint ever shipped
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
I which others have failed to keep
Address THON. MARTIN,
COIL 7 th and main htr .
to Klamath county, just received at
I good time. Try Winters
10 io I
Klamath Falls. Oregon
BALDWIN'S HARDWARE STORE
GEO. T. BALDWIN, Klamath Falls, Ore., Estab!
FARMS and LAND
GEO. R. HÜRN, the
T B. ACKERS & CO.,
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Sparkling Cut (ila^
Hand Painted Chins
Ric h Sih er
The National Messenger
U. S. Mail
If you live on a R. F. I). Route
B. 3. Winters
STAR DRUG STORE
THE BOSTON STORE
7/ie place to save money on all up-to-date CLOTHING
SHOES and I)R V G OODS.......
UIH STORE THAT IS DOINU Till: /HJSIN&*