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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1909)
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H. L. Holgate, the Ronania bank-
er. was In the city this week.
HORN To Mr. and Mrs. LoRoy |
Smith, Tuesday ulgbt, a son.
J W Hobbs, lutornal Revenue In 1
spector, arrived Friday front Kugene.
Does away with the Chopping Knife
Mrs. Q. W. While leturued lust
and Bowl Entirely
'riday from Portland for a short
K. L. Swartslander aud wife were
I in the city from Kia math Agency
I this week.
Don’t miss the I. C S 1 window at !
| the new Portluud Store
Store. For a few
I days inly.
Easy to Operate
Geo. C. Hi)) of the Holcomb lleal-
Will Last a Lifetime
J[|ty Company, returned last Thursday
< > i from Oaklaud.
All Parts Tinned
<>| I. D. Applegate, who has beeu sick
,, i the past three week». wus out Tues-
I • day for tbo first time
BORN—To Mr and Mrs. John
Janssen, of Antelope Valley, on Feb
ruary 17, a ten pound bo.v.
Mrs. G. W. Muston returned Tues
I day from lx>s Angeles wher«' she
has berm spending the winter.
Gust Petterson and Thos. Sayers,
o railroad contractors for the South
ern Pacific, were In the city Tuesday.
W. H. Bohanuan, tbe boosting ed
itor of the Dorris Booster, came up
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Sunday and spent a few «laya lu the
C. A. Bunting, of Merrill, left on
(Saturday for Reno and Marysville,
! He expects to be absent about two
Chas. Horton left .Monday for
Mt. Hebron where be will ship 14 car
loads of beet cattle to tbe California
We want you to realize the value of buying your things
John Chnstatn has accepted a po
mail. If there Is anything In the drug line that you
sition with the Monarch Mercantile
want. Just a postal card addressed to ns, a word spoken to
Company and entered upon his du
the carrier telling him to come here and we will send them
on his return trip.
the horse buyer, cam«'
I in E. Inst Stewart,
Beats hitching up and driving to town In this cold weather
Friday from San Francisco
I to be ; rerent ns n witness in the Lls-
We have best Condition Powders ever fed to a horse .and
I koy case.
all kinds of stock remedies and foods.
I M. F. Riff,. F. A. Ewing and E. E
Avery, of Klamath Fulk were rois
Thursday at the Hot< 1 Hamlin,
“They Have It”
By the I. C. S. Sy .item an education
is easy to obtain. See the i.
man at the n> w Portland Store,
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J. F. Adams cam«* down front
Wood River Sunday and left next
day for his ranch in company with
E. Stewart, tbe horse buyer,
Heating Stoves, Household Utensils,'Guns
Emil Egert Is tn the city today
his ranch near Dairy. He came
In to pay bls taxes and also to hear
thing in Good Hardware—No shoddy or
the result of the trial for horse steal
A. F. Firrnlr, of Tacoma, was here
Agents celebrated Ellwood F enees—
this week to pay the taxes on the tim
and everything the farmer needs.
ber holdings of Weyerhaeuser Com
pany. Mr. Firniir left Monday with
J. F. Kimball for Lakeview.
H. L. WhittNi, leading jeweler of
Southern Oregon, r«tturued to his
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days’ visit with Thad McHattan. Mr
Whit««d was very favorably impressed ;
with our city.
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
The many friends of Rev Father
E. M. BUBB,
Feusl Will be glad to learn that he Is
Vice ITesident and
now residing at Chewelah, Wash ,
where he is pastor of a large and
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc,
any.clergymen ever held s-ch a warm
spot in the hearts of the people of
this city, irrespective of creed, ss
does Father Feusl, and his welfare '
will always be a source of their solici- ,
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
tude and interest
Universal Food Chopper
ROBERTS & HANKS
* Just Arrived: Our New Line of
T he BRICK STORE CO
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STAR DRUG STORE
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No Odds and Ends
f GEO. R. HORN,019 Hardware Man ♦
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FOR emergencies by having
Kimball's ’ Stock Remedies in
their stables. They are guaran
teed satisfactory or money re
The feeling 1 want to exist between you and me.
I am trying to make my name and satisfaction
synonymous. You can help me.
Don't holler and cuss if I have worked for you
and it’s not been satisfactory, but bring it back and
give me a chance to make my word of guarantee
One receives a certain amont of satisfaction in
buying goods and feeling they have their dollar’s
'I ose arc the very kind of goods I carry and are
all made by the most reliable firms 1 would like to
have your business.
1 have been told that I am on the WRONG side
of the street nevertheless you are not treating your
self RIGHT unless you see my stock before you buy.
What Is especially recorn-
mended for Coughs, Distumper,
Mange, I xjhh of Appetite, Yel-
low Water, etc., is Kimball’s
Condition Powder. It Is pre
pared from the cream of all
Kimball’s Colic Remedy will
In nearly every instance bring
quirk relief. It Is well to have
it at hand.
For slick coats and blood pur
ifier, use Kimball's Stock Food
— for horses, cattle, sheep and
hogs—and save doctor bills.
Chitwood Drug Co.
We do not b lieve in accumulating Odds and
Ends. We don’t want a single odd piece of
wearing apparel in the house. We will not
consider prices; our only object will be to
get rid of Odds and Ends. We need the room
for our Spring Goods, and the money to pay
James A. Crance, who
I employed by the Monarch
, has resigned bls position
. leave in a few days for
I where be owns property.
Tom Grubb, who has been In the ’;;
hardware business with Bryce Mo-Io
Cormlck at Keno, Is moving the stock i::
of goods to the Horn Hardware store < < ► >
In this city. The business at Keno ’ < $
will be discontinued.
Rogers has lost a very val
uable bird dog from poisoning. Each
' year the dog poisoner gets In his
work and It Is usually the moHt val
uable dogs that are sacrificed. No
clue can be obtained to tho perpetra i
Your Last Chance
Only a few more days left of the
great Removal Sale.
bargains left In Watches, Jewelry,
Diamonds, Silverware, Cut Glass.
Hand-Painted China, Musical Ins-
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WINTERS’ JEWELRY STORE
PIONEER JEWELRY HOUSE OF KLAMATH CO.
Word was received here Sunday
of the death of II. P. Courtwrlght,
which occurred at Burns, Oregon, on
February 1st. Mr. Courtwrlght was
LOST-—$10 reward for tbo return ! FOR SALE; A fine stock ranch
i well known In this county, and had of one----
’■ fur ' lost
■* ‘ be- of 3000 acres with abundance of
many friends who will regret to hear tween Fort KliiniHih and Klamath,
water and enough timber for the
of his death. He Is survived by two
Twelve miles from Klamath
daughters, one of whom, Mrs. James
GOO acres One plow
Taylor, resides at. Illy, this county.
MONEY TO LOAN; We have from bind; the balance meadow and pas
Otte 25-Hors«! Power Engine and $1000.00 to $2000.00 belonging to ture. The ranch c-mtrols 3000 acres
Boiler for sale. Run two months, one party; $950.00 belonging to an of open rnnge, and mnny thousand
good as new. Will sell extra cheap. other, and $500,00 to another; n!) ncres more are nvnllnblo.
.IrhlicHH Northern Pole A Lumber ( o. I for loan on cultivated land MASON
Price $13,000.00. Terms easy.
Sisson, Calif. A SLOUGH.
MABON * SI.OUGH.