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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1908)
.«action a* a milling fluid
He Is at
I iu<> head of a large milling machluc
company of the East and Is looking
See the K K K Store * Ad Inside
Tom Offleld. of Merrill, was iu the ! lor a new Held In the far West.
Superintendent II G Wilson, of
city this week
Clyde Jones was down from Bo- the Klamath Indian Reservation. I*
In the city today from tho Agency.
nama thia week
Mrs. John Shook was In the city Ill* two children who are attending
the school* In this city will return
< > from Dairy this week
home with him to spend Thanksgtv
J M. Copeland was In the city on tng.
Tuesday from Blldell.
The representative of the Sprlsg
J. H Whitcomb was In the city field Fire and Marine Insurance Corn
tinny, who came here from San Fran
♦ from Dorris thia week
You cannot afford to miss the bin ,.*!*<•<>. this we>h satisfactorily adjust
sale at the Boston Store.
*d the insuiunco on the automobll«
K L. Dalton and wife were In the ' fielonglng to II E Poll*, which was I
‘cently destrmvd by flro. It was at
¡¡ city from Merrill thl» »«vk.
Bert itavi* was In the city from jilrst reported that Mr. Pelts did not
I ave any Insurance on the machine,
■ ■ Merrill thl* week on business
i hut he had a policy with the Spring
m « Il C. Telford loft last Sator leld Company for JI sort.
‘ ■ day for Granta Pass on a visit
Don J Zumwalt returned last Frl I
Cha*. Horton, the cattleman.
•lav from the Lower lutke. where
' • Monday morning for California.
I he has been surveying the new town
lie will return af
1’ T Maxwell, of the Wise-Maxwell i die of Worden
< > mill at Keno. was Iu the cm Tues.lai ter Thanksgiving Io complete the
work. Mr. Zumwalt states that prop
Louts •■'terzl was in town Tuesday
aratlons are being made for tho re
< • from his ranch near Dairy after sup
| noval of the terminus from Calor t<
■ Worden, which Is to take place the
BORN—To Mr and Mrs. C F. Ford I JSth. Mr McIntire Is getting quar
near Keno. Sunday. November 22. . ers ready for Ills freight teams.
« > a boy.
John Ackley is up from Keno where
Elnora F Boggs was last Friday I he has been putting in logs for the
< > granted a divorce from Edwin F. I Ackley Bros. mill,
lie states that lie
< > Boggs
had to stop hauling on account of
Mrs. Simmon*, who was recently I the wot weather which makes the
operated on for abscess, is recovering i roads too muddy to travel. lie has
*een hauling the logs to the river as
J. M Barber, of Fort Klamath, was ast as they were cut and he now has
<> stoppiug at the American Hotel this *nough In the water to supply the
•ulll for some time lie does not think
Thos. O Kinney has gone to Port • ,t will be necessary to put In a camp
o log this winter as they have plenty
* ' ’ > land where he will probably spend the >t logs ahead and It is as cheap haili
< > w inter
ng In the summer as In the winter
Robert Malom . a pioneer rancher
Ivory, superintendent of
< > of Langell Valley was in the city
'hurchlll's ranches in Butte Valley,
Will XV. Baldwin left on Tuesday tad his foot nearly shot off Friday
3 3 for Portland on business He will be tiornlug at the J. F. Ranch. In
otupany with another gentleman he
• > absent a week
•vas preparing to go hunting, lie had
J G Hurt and wife, who have been gotten Into the buggy and the other
. speudlng the summer at Odessa, have 'nan was pullting in the guns. The
returned to California
hammer of one which »«» loaded
E V. Kattenhorn. one of the prom- aught on the wagon and the gun was
, Inent ranchers of the Merrill coun- Uncharged. The gun was loaded with
. try. was in the city Tuesday.
No. 5 shot and Mr. Ivory received the
Pearl E Carroll left on Tuesday , ■ntire charge In one of hl* feet, The
for Seattle where he was called owing sound, d man was taken to Merrill
tnd as the foot was so badly torn it
to the Illness of hl* grandfather.
s believed that he will lose It.
Geo. O. Brandenburg left last
L ater — As we go to pres*, word
Saturday for San Francisco where he
will remain until after the Holidays. cornea that Mr. Ivory died at 4 o'clock
Friday morning, Death *'«« due to
Jap Bennett left on Tuesday for blood poisoning, Following the first
Chico, California, where he will visit operation, the leg was amputated at
his brother. From there he will go the knee, then at the hip. The patient
to Portland for a couple of months
was not strong enoug'i to stand the
Mrs. H. C. Best returned last Mon last operation.
day from Pendleton where she has
l»een visiting friends. She left next
afternoon for her home near Merrill. -
is indicated in all
Mrs. M. McMillan, proprietress of
the Lakeside Inn, returned last Frl- ■
of women. This
day from Chico, California, where
she has been on a visit to her daugh
good effects be
Jasper Bennett left on Tuesday ,
from the very
first, it is com
morning for Portland to be gone i
posed of the pur
about two months. He states that
est and most re
1 he wants to see how he likes Port- I
liable drugs —
land during the rainy season.
mercurials, opi j
ate* and other
Engineer P. R. Goodwin, of the
| Reclamation Service who has been
The many di* |
I sick with the fever, is convalescent.
He expects to leave next week for his
ence* to which
i home in Maine on a short visit.
woman is con
A. J. Mory, wife and three daugh
render her liable
ters, arrived this week front the
to many func
Imperial Valley, California, and will
not only tend
move to the ranch recently purchased
by Mr. Mory on Lost River near Mer to destroy her comfort and happiness,
but which gradually merge into chronic
and serious diseases.
Nyal’s Vegetable Prescription is with |
Mr. and Mrs. T. XV. Stephens left
I on Friday for San Francisco, where out a peer for the successful treatment
of female weakness, painful and disor
Mrs. Stephens is going' for medical dered menstruation, hysteria, cramps,
assistance. They will stop at the Ho “bearing down pains,” inflammation
tel Stewart. Mr. Stephens will prob- and falling of the womb. This is a rem
edy of sterling worth.
ably be absent about two week-
CITY BRI Ek'S.
Gifts for Men and Bovs
HOLE PROOF HOSE
st IT ( ASES
Agents for Hart, Schaffner Á Marx Clothing
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T he FIRST PICK
To save you the ru-li and give you plenty of time to make
your purchaM'«. we have started our holiday goods display early.
There is no need for you to shop. You can't find Christ
inas goods that combine more beauty and refinement with greater
every <lay usefulness, than our «elections.
You may as well come hen* soon and have the advantage
of getting the pick of all tin- Is-st and that too, without lulling
to elbow your way through jams of shopper*,
Our store will hr crowded all day Ionic »oon. Better come
STAR DRUG STORE
J Dependable Hardware
Heating Stoves, Household Utensils, Guns
and Ammunition, Cutlery—in fact every-
thing in Good Hardware—No shoddy or
Agents celebrated Ell wood Fences—
and everything the farmer needs.
GEO. R. HORN. the
Hardware Man 4
0. K. TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Goods packed and shipped. Heavy freighting
a specialty. Baggage orders given prompt at
Having up-to-date piano trucks we
solicit your fine piano moving.
Phones—Office 871, Barn 873
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Swartzlander
came down from Klamath Agency last
Ì Thursday and next morning Mrs.
Swartzlander left for Devils Lake,
North Dakota, where she was called
owing to the serious Illness of her
brother, who Is not expected to live
R M Richardson has been appoint
ed United States Commissioner by
Cha*. E Wolverton, U. 8. District
Judge. Mr. Richardson I* appointed
to succeed Alex. Martin, Jr., who has
• 'H A I'M »N-CATHBERT.
resigned. The commission was re
Mr. Virgil H. Chapman, of Jackson
ceived by Mr. Richardson this week,
County, and Miss Nettle Blanch Cath-
it was dated to commence on Novem
bert were united In marriage on Fri
day at the home of H. V. Mitchell by
Within the last two weeks Lewis
Rev. J. R. Griffith.
•Gerber and Charles Horton have pur-!
chased one thousand head of beef
VEGETABLES — Potatoes, cab- cattle In the Lakeview and Sprague
bage, etc., wanted by the Monarch
will all |
Mercantile Co. We pay CASH for River countries. The cattle
11-12 be on tho Merrill feeding grounds:
them . Bring them to us.
i within the next two weeks, where
they are to be fed before shipping.
The tents and camp outfit for the 1
to the California markets
Southern Pacific surveyors who are i
working on the Klamath Falls-Natron
J. IL Holland, of Chicago, III., Is'
line have arrived and camps will b<* ’ expected In Klamath Fall* at an early '
establlshel about five miles above the J date, chiefly on a visit to his son, I
city. The camps will be moved north i R C Holland, now registered at the
as the work progresses, but the head ' Houston Hotel While here Mr Hol-
quarters will be retained In this city land. Sr . will make a complete In-
for the greater part of the winter.
1 vestlgatlon of the resources of this
Don’t Forget that we
are receiving SUITS
every few days
American Tield Fence
and KOKOMO LAWN FENCI
B A R B E 1)
ROBERTS & HANKS
*■“ b> Geo. T. Baldwin
COR. 7 th AND MAIN STS.
now shows her happiness
and shines resplendent
along with our line of
Sparkling Cut Glass
Hand Painted China
All are appropriate wed
ding gifts and she will
not be happy till she
OL R !ÍK.
THk LtADIWC JIWlLlft
YOUR LAST CHANCE
In about 30 days our building will be ready and we are going to
move We want to reduce our stock before that time, and to do so
ESTItAV NOTH E.
Gray mare, branded J R. on left
shoulder; left eye out.
I 1-12.12-1 7
Anyone having an account with the
Singer-Wheeler * Wilson Sowing
[ Machine Co., will kindly make their
I remittances to E. W. Muller, cor. 6th
and Main Sts., Klamath Falls, Ore ,
¡who now has sole charge of this ter
ritory for us.
Singer Sewing Machine Co
BERT E. WITHBOW, Secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
< '. I'.
E. M. BUBB,
Vice President and
Map.«, Plana, Blue Print*, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
we will make sweeping reductions in prices in every
department. Remember—Only about 30 days more
The Boston Store