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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1909)
Universal Food Chopper
Does away with the Chopping Knife
and Bowl Entirely
Easy to Operate
Will Last a Lifetime
All Part a Tinned
ROBERTS & HANKS
We make * Specialty of these Remedies, and al al] times you
will find onr Stock csmplete.
We carry the entire line of Pr.
Roberts' International Stock Food Co., and R. J. Keudall, also
If you have a formula of your own. we will
prepare it with the same care and accuracy that we do phy
Write or phone your wants.
STAR DRUG STORE
“They Have it”
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* 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.
Hardware Man 4
GEO. R. HORN, the
Goods at Cost
Our Entire Stock MUST be
Turned Into Cash Before
July 1—Our loss your gain
American Laxly Shoes for
Towel«, Stamped Art Lhient,
Sheeting, Damaalc, Crash
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Outing«, Gingham and Per-
Men*« Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, JiUSt DC jOlu
Hosiery, Ties and Suspend-
Fancy Stripe Good«.
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc.
Vice President and
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\ complete line of finùhr« for any »tvle and any
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GEO. T. BALDWIN
How is the title to your land?
you don't know, get an abstract from
Co., opposite Court House.
A fine Ashland home
County farm under
at tho plumbing ca
ll. Boivin, Main St.
X LOTH inc & SHOE STORZ
O. A. Haris, the cement contrao
tor, InsUllM a new gasoline cement
mixer on Saturday. The new
chine is a dandy and is doing
The Best Way to Save Money Is Not
to Waste It
For Snle or Trade—ItesMenee
business property In the best tows
in the Willamette vet’-y
inquire at the Roston Store
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The feeling I 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 amout of satisfaction in
buying goods and feeling they have their dollar’s
Those are the very kind of goods T carry and are
all made by the most reliable firms. I would like to
have your business.
I have been told that I am on the WRONG side
of the street nevertheless you are not treating your
self RIGHT unless yotf sec my stock before you buy.
I’ound— Tuesday, May 11th,
Main street, a gentleman’s gold
, walcb and fob.
Owner can secure
same by proving property and pay-
Ifng for this notice. O. A. Harris.
B. F. Allen, a dealer in Oregon
grown nursery stock of Medford, has
been in the city several days investi
gating the hot springs southeast of
the city with a view of starting a
John Ellis camo down last Friday
from bis ranch near Fort Klamath.
Mr. Ellis has just had tho survey
completed for an Irrigation system to
cover his ranch. The water will be
taken from Seven Milo Crock
! J- E. Swanson has purchased
from L. B. Applegate tho residence
prope.ty on Pine street, formerly
owned by Fred Schallock. Considera
tion was $2000. Mr Swanson ex
pects to move Into his new home
| Klamath County headquarters in
San Francisco Is the Hotel Savoy,
corner Van Ness Ave. and Ellis St.
Walter E, Conner, Prop. Take "Turk
and Eddy” street cars at Ferry, get
off at Van Ness and walk one-half
N. S. Morrill has returned to his
homo after a few days In the city.
He reports that tho town of Morrill
is taking on qulto a building boom
and that several «tores and resi
dences are being constructed. The
farmers In the southern part of
county are all busy and things
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DON J. ZUMWALT,
at Some Price
W. R. Davts Is In the city from
Rrownell assisting In tho dlspo»al of
the stock and equipment of the Cal
ifornia &. Oregon Stage Company.
the ditch. Call
The straw hat Joko Is making Its
way into the papors. The straw bat
always dares appear In the papers be
fore it ventures out on tho street.
Georgia Hoagland waa In the
from Honanra this week.
C. J. Ilcldtman and L. J. Bauman
were in tliu city from Bonanza Tues-
Horn On Bunday, to Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Wbulpoley, an 8
Born Saturday night, to Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Johnson, an R-pouud
Sheriff Barnoa went to Merrill on
Monday to serve papers In a civil
Got your abstracts from tb<' Kla
math Couuty Abstract Co, o; j o to
Archie Henline arrived on Tues
day from Portland, wb< 0 . be ha»
been attending school.
Dr. F. M. White ha» movivi tita
office from the drug store to the
First National Hank building.
Mrs. Houle returned Sunday even
ing from Ashland, where she has
' been stopping for a few weeks
>j The Star ITruy Store is remodeling
! the interior of the storo aud putting
[ 1 in new prescription casts and other
Have E. W. Muller add m atta<h-
ment to your phonograph to you may
enjoy the new 4-miuute Amberol rec-
A suit for divorce was filed Fri
day by J. L» Scott against Rena M.
Scott. J. C. Rutonic Is attorney for
i tho plaintiff.
Fred Schallock has moved Into
’ the L. B. Applegate residence on
1 Washington street, which he pur-
' chased last week.
Wo continue abstracts, as well as
make new ones. Let us complete
’ yours. Klamath Couuty Abstract
I Co., opposite Court House.
C. O. Metiker, formerly editor of
the Lakeview Examiner, was in the
city last week from San Francisco as
the representative of the Unitypo Co.
XTRAGQOp ciothes for Boys
are lhe cheapest in the end - - because
they’re best from beginning to end.
They last much long r and thereby
cost much less. All the knee pants
are lined all through. This improves
their wear as well as fit.
We will give FREE with every
boy’s suit either a nickel plated watch
guaranteed for one year or a base
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THE PORTLAND CLOTHING & SHOE STORE
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Next D001 to Postoffice, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Another old landmark, which has | DR. J. M. ELLSWORTH
decorated Main street for a good
many years, Is being torn down
today. This is lhe old Exchange barn 1 (>l»nn Cri»»lcr-dlllu Huildiug
and livery stable on tho corner of
8lxth and Main. The property tins a
130 foot front and Is 120 feet deep.
If you wish to set. out some large
-and the owner, L. Jacobs, believes and hardy cabbag«!, cauliflower or
. It th he one of the best business tomato plants, call and see samples
corners in tho city. He says he is
I having the building removed pre-, or leavo your ord«r with Arthur!
j paratory to erecting a modern flre-i C. Lewis at tho Farmers Implement
& Supply House.
Pretty and Useful Things
There are lots of things In our store bettlde« watches sn<!
diamonds, lots of small, Inexpensive articles thnt come ex-
ceedlngly hnndy every day, either >11 gifts for nnother or
for your own use. Lock ts npd charms In great variety, and
chains and rings at nil rices, lint pins, stick pins, hrsce-
lets and starling silver toilet articles. Wo nro receiving
Interesting novelties nea ly every day. Como In nnd see them.
NOW IN NEW QUARTERS