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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1908)
Margaret Provo and children left
Tuesday morning fur Sacramento.
Heury Schmohr was in the city
Tuesday from Ihtlry.
K. J. Ptml.’of Olene. left Monda)
, for Southern California
' Jas H Driscoll came du* n Tin*-
¡day afternoon from llonania
W P McMillan returned Monday
from a trip to Roseburg
K L Niles and daughter, Etta,
left Tuesday for Montague.
You cannot afford to miss the big
sale at the Boston Store.
E. W. Casebeer, of Bly. spent Sun
day in the city.
Never Judge a man's good or bad
qualities by what his relatives say
Major and Mrs. Chas E Worden
left Sunday morning for Sat» Fran
cisco. They will be absent about a
Mr. and Mrs. T A. K. Fassett and
son have returned from San Joee
where they spent Christmas with rel
Fascinating Pyr«>gr>»phy 150 page
Illustrated catalog No. 2 free. Wood
art!, Clarke A Co., Portland, Ore.
Money to Loan—We have a few
hundred dollars to lean on real es
tate. Loan must be paid by May 1
MASON & SLOUGH.
FOR SALE—A fine ranch of 600
acres, 250 head of cattle, 100 head
of horses and mules. Price 125.000.
MASON & SLOUGH.
Make your wife happy with a new
Singer or Wheeler A Wilson Sewing
Machine. E. W. Muller, agent, cor, !
6th and Main streets, Klamath Falls.
and Shoe Store
Sole Agents for
Order your Drugs by Hail
STAR DRUG STORE
“They Have It”
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. HURN,the Hardware Man f
J. W. McCoy, one of the prominent [<
rancher« of the Wo<«d River Valley,I
was in the city Monday. He is very j
much Interested in the building of <
the Crater I-ake road and stat«»s that J
the people of the northern part of 1J
the county are unanimously in favor , <
of the county making an appropria-!«
tion to assist In building the road,
A special election was held Satur-1
[day by the electors of School bis- ’ • • ►
| trict No. 1, at which a four mill tax o
I was levied for school purposes for h [
next year. This will give the school *
i over >400 for expenses. Last year’s , X
levy was three mills.
Clyde Van Meter, Robt Anderson ! ♦
and F. P. Van Meter wore in the city X
from Merrill this week.
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
DOM J. ZUMWALT,
R M- BUBB-
Vice President and
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
A Generous Reduction
Beginning with today, yon will have the chance of supplying
your wants in my line, at a 2.5 Per Cent Reduction.
This applies on all goods in the store, with the exception of
Phonographs, and Fountain Pena, which, aa you know, are con
At this price you can well afford to brighten up your home
with a few pretty piece« of either CHINA, BRONZE, CUT
GLASS, or fill out your table service in silver.
You will certainly appreciate the chance of getting fine goods
at such low figures.
This proposition will continue until a certain amount of
goods have been sold, so cotne while the assortment is good.
My guaranty *e will cover giaxln soldin tills sale, so it entirely
to your advantage.
For Quality Jewelry
Have E. W. Muller add an attach-|
___ nt X to your phonograph «o you may ;
enjoy the new 4-minute Amberol rec-
and «ife came
in from Lakeview Xmas evening and !
left next morning for Eugene on a
I visit with relatives.
A Zeigler and wife. of Linton,
North Dakota, arrived In the city this
week and will look over the country’
with a view to locating
Motion to dismiss the case of C. H
Du sen bury vs. J. Robert Horning,
which was appealed to the Supreme !
Court from this county, was allowed
and the case was dismissed.
Anyone having an account with the
Singer-Wheeler & Wilson 8cwlng
Machine Co«, will kindly mak« their
I remittances to E. W. Muller, cor. 6th
.and Main Bta.. Klamath Falls, Or«.,
who now baa sole charge of thia ter
ritory for u»
Singer hewing Machin« Co
Poultry raisers are taking lots of I
interest in the show uf the Lane I
County Poultry Association at Eu
gene December 21st to 24th. Hand
somely engraved silver trophies
be given as prises. The poultry
duct of Oregon is valued at five
lion dollars annually.
R.N. Boiler came to the city Thurs
day from the Clear l-ake dam where
be has been for several months In
charge of the work being done by the
Reclamation Service. He states that
the excavation for the outlet is com
pleted and that the force of workmen
has been cut down for the rest of the
winter. He will remain In the city
but a few days, spending the Holidays
with his family.
* Grand Clearance Sale I
T he brick STORE t i i
now on at
Unheard of Prices on all
American Tield Fence
and KOKOriO LAWN FENCE
ROBERTS & HANKS
sou 6, (jeo> 1; Baldwin
Mrs. L. E DeHay and daughter,
Mrs. L. I McIntosh, on Wednesday
accompanied the body of the late
James A. DeHay to San Diego where
It Is being taken for burial.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Worden and
children, and Mrs. Worden's mother,
Mrs. Alice Sargent, left Wednesday
for San Francisco, where they will
One of the biggest dancing parties spend th«- remainder of the winter.
of the year was held Xman evening
A large number of the young peo
at the Opera House by the Klamath ple of lhe city Im n< d out Tuesday ev
Falls Military Band.
Over eighty ening and serenaded Roy Walker and
couples were on the floor and all re- bride, who arrived the preceding ev
port a fine time. The music was ex- ening from Ashland. Mr. and Mrs.
collent and the boys feel proud of W. E. Bowdoin were also serenaded
the result of their efforts to make by the Klamath Falls Military Band,
ti ls the biggest dance of the season, I of which organization Mr. Bowdoin
The band realized a nice sum from is a member.
the dance which will be used for now
The members of the Workmen
music and to help defray the expense«
, Lodge are planning for a big time
of maintaining Heir hall.
¡the coming week. The Installation
FOR SALE: A fine stock ranch I of officers will occur on next Tues-
of 3000 acres with abundance of iday, at which time Ralph Feeney,
water and enotiet' timber for the 1 past Grand Master, will be present
Twelve miles from Klamath ¡from Portland. A big reception and
About 600 acres fine plow banquet will be given to Mr. Feeney,
land ; the baiane- meadow and pas- ! who Is sent hero to assist In getting
tore, The ranch < mtrols 3000 aeree new members for the order. Mr.
of open range, and many thousand . Feeney Is one of the best posted men
acres more are avallAblc.
on the A. O. U. W. In the state and
Price 118,000.00 Terms easy.
Is a worker. He will remain here a
MASON * SLOUGH.
week or more.
Mr«. Archye Kirkendall, the leach I
er of the Pine Grove school, has re
signed as teacher on account of a I
chronic aorc throat. She considered ’
the building too cold for a success
ful winter school. The directors are
looking for another teacher to teach !
the remaining two months, 'rhe pat-!
rons and directors regretted very
much to lose Mrs. Kirkendall, for her
school has been a success In every
WARRANT IK IKHl’FD
FOil < HAUL EH WALKER. ,
A. I). Miller
Issued a warrant for the arrest of j
Charles Walker charged with assault J
with a deadly weapon, upon com
plaint of Oscar Campbell, "rfbe war
rant Is the outcome of the trouble |
between the Walker and Campbell i
boys at Bonanza. Campbell Is said
to have been hit over the load with
•The mrlsnrtiolly days arc here,
The saddest of the year-*-"
But it will make your heart
glad to see the new
JiWEIRY HOLIDAY GOODS
Have you seen the new
Diamonds? We have
them in our win
Watch our “adds.” It will
We have got
something to show you in
up-to-date Jewelry and hol
iday goods of the highest
H. J. WINTERS,
ALL GOODS KNGKAVKD FUU
Death loses some of its sting for
a woman If she knows thorn will be
Honesty pays In the end
good singing and a big floral display
at her funeral.
must be at the right end.