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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1909)
Don’t miss the
We want you to realize the value of buying your things
by mail. If there is anything in the drug line that you
want, just a postal card addressed ta us, a word spoken to
the carrier telling him to come here and we will tend them
M his return trip.
Beats hitching up and driving to town in thia cold weather
We have best Condition Powders ever fed to a horae .and
all kinds of stock remedies and foods.
CITY URI EFS.
Excellent Pies, Cakes and Bread
a CITY II \KERY
. ' -t
T. M Harris was In the city from
I his ranch on busiu«*ss Saturday.
Call at the City Bakery for a loaf
lot line bread
BORN To Mr and Mrs I. R
| Yaden, of Gold Circle. Nevada. on
Tuesday. January 19, a daughter.
Mrs M J Irwin and Mrs \ K
ITamllsie, two attendants at the State
« I Insane Asylum at Salem, left Satur
day with Mrs. J L. Martin, who was
lout on parole.
E. Stewart, the horse buyer, left
on Saturday for California. He will
return in February when his testi
mony Is needed In th«* horse stealing
The Klamath County Abstract Co
now have their new county maps on
• • the market. The price Is «5 for cloth
backs and II 50 for paper
Geo. T. Cline has leased his ranch
In l-angell Valley, and sill move to
Klamath Falls shortly, where he will
open a surveying office.
Emma Liskey, a sister of Chas
4 Liskey. who Is couflut-d in the county
jail, came In from th<* ranch Mon
day to see her brother, After a con-
ference with him she sent the team
home by another party and went out
on the boat next morning.
Mrs. J. E. Paddock left on Tues
day for Riverside. California, for sev
eral weeks’ visit.
Sy Grizzle left on Tuesday for
Old Mexico where he expects to le
cate. He recently so hl his Interest
lin the marble works to his brother.
I W T Shlve left on Tuesday for
Oakland on business.
J. D. Cochran, who recently ar
rived from Medford, has opened an
Insurance office In the Wlthmw-Mel-
He represents the
Mutual Life of New York.
now on at
Unheard of Prices on all
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American Yield Fence
and KOKOHO LAWN FENCE
BA R B El)
P. L. Fountain baa gone to Eu-
gana. Ha will ba absent fur aavaral
Guo. R. Hum raturnad oa Tu
day from Portland whara ha baa
STAR DRUG STORE
<been on business and aiso atteuUiug
the State Hardware Association.
A new sa/e arrived Tuesday for the
I First National bank and was install
ed In their new building. The safe
weighed In the neighborhood of three
“They Have It”
Jack Furber left on Saturday for
Pokegama. He went down the river
on the boat and will walk from the
landing to Pokegama
to encounter snow In the mountains
and took along his snow »hoes.
Heating Stoves, Household Utensils,'Guns
Crisler A Stilts have leased one of
and Ammunition, Cutlery—in fact every
their store rooms in the new block
thing in Good Hardware—No shoddy or
to H. J. Winters, the jeweler, who
will move into the new quarters as
soon as the building is completed.
Agents celebrated Ell wood Fences—
Reports from Salem state that
and everything the farmer needs.
, Chief Clerk W. H. Barry, of the Sen
ate. has revolutionized the old tneth-
! oda of doing business, and from the
I manner in which the desk work Is
being handled It will not be necessary
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session checking up the journal, as
has always been the case In the past.
ROBERTS & HANKS
GEO. R. HURN, the Hardware Man
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
E. M. BUBB,
Vice President and
Plana, Blue Priai», Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
A Generous Reduction
Beginning with today, yon win have the cliance of supplying
your wants in my line, at a 25 Per Cent Reduction.
This applies on all goods in the store, with the exception of
Phonographs, and 1 Fountain Pens, which, as you know, are con*
At this price yon can well afford to brighten up your home
with a few pretty pieces of either CHINA,
GLASS, or All out your table service in »liver.
You will certainly appreciate the chance of getting fine goods
at such low figures.
Thia proposition will continue until a certain amount of
goods have been »old, so come while the assortment 1» good.
My guarantee will cover goods »oldin this Male, so it entirely
to your advantage.
For Quality Jewelry
OF OUR SUCCESS IS. THAT
WE ALWAYS GIVE Y O U
GOOD GOODS FOR GOOD
MONEY. WE KEEP A FULL
LINE OF ALL DRUG STORE
ARTICLES AND HAVE AR
RANGED OUR PRICES AT
THE LOWEST NOTCH CON
SISTENT WITH QUALITY.
WE IX) NOT ALIXJW THE
VARIETY AND COMPLETE
NESS OF OUR DRUGGISTS'
SUNDRIES DEPARTMENT TO
INTERFERE WITH OUR
PRESCRIPTION WORK, AND
WHICH WE CONDUCT WITH
PAINSTAKING CARE AND
AS GREAT ACCURACY AB IB
POSSIBLE. WE USE ONLY
THE PUREST or DRUGS,
AND HAVE ALWAYS POS
SESSED THE CONFIDENCE
OF THE PHYSICIANS.
MAIL ORDERS ALWAYS
Chitwood Drug Co.
KLAMATIf FALLS, OREGON.
b> Geo. T. Baldwin
Great Removal Sale
Of Jewelry, Silverware, Cut
Glass, Hand Painted China,
Musical Instruments, Fancy
Stationery, Indian Curios, Etc.
On or about FEBRUARY 15th we will move to larger and more modern quarters, Opposite th«*
Rather than take the risk of damage to goods from moving, we are going to CLOSE OLT
Ol R STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
This will be one of the GREATEST MONEY HAVING HALES of the Year. Much of our stock
will be closed out at the ORIGINAL CONT. A < OMPARIHON OF Ol It PRICES with those of other
stores will convince you that our prices dtirhtg this salt* are the IXlWEHT PRICES EVER OFFERED
IN KLAMATH COUNTY.
H. J. WINTERS,
JEWELRY STORE IN
DON J. ZUMWALT,
George Chastain has sold his In-
terent in the mercantile business to
Frank Ward, and the firm will here
after be known as Ward A Oben-
chaln. The inventory of the stock
will probably be completed tonight.
Mr. Chastain states that he has not
decided yet what he will do, but he
intends to remain in Klamath Coun-