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A liberal response from the public ha» somewhat demoralized the assortment and sizes in our stock of Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Furnishings and Etc.
This is the result of a Great Sale advertised by this firm, and while we had not /he slightest idea that we had gained so strong a confidence among our friends
until our Clearance Sale announcement was made. For this we extend to all our many thanks and appreciation, and trust that those having taken advantage of
our sale are all well pleased.
We now throw the balance of Our Summer Stock to the Public at very much less than their Former Prices
The prices do the selling—our salesmen simply attend to your wants. Here, now, DIGEST THESE BARGAINS, and don’t let the other fellow get
ahead of you.
Our Clothing Department Has the Appearance of
Being Struck by a Kansas Cyclone.
However, should you find your size left in any of the lots as given below, DON’T HESITATE, BUT GRAB!
Regular $8 ami $*> Suits for
Regular $10 to $13.50 Suits for
Regular $15 to $17.50 Suits for
Regular $18 to $20 Suits for
Regular $25 to $30 Suits for
Regular $20 to $22.50 Suits for
Our first announcement saved our customers on an average of $1.00 on each pair of Shoes; of course, our stock was more varied, but NOW SEE what’s
doing; the assortment is no/ near so complete—but THE PRICES ARE ALSO NOT NEAR THEIR REGULAR VALUE.
\ lot of $4.00 Shoes for
$2.85.\ lot of $3.50 to $4 Shoes for
\ lot of $4.50 and $5 Shoes for
Prices That Will Make You Buy a Hat
Whether you need it or not.
Ml $150 Hat* for 95c. Regular $2.00 Hats, $1.45.
Just a few head coversleft, and they must go regardless of their former costor value.
Regular $2.50 Hats. $1.90. A lot of $3.00 Hats. $2.35. A lot of Straw and Canvas Hats, 35c. A lot of Straw and Canvas Hats, 10c.
Broken lot» of I NHt.RWt lit, lol MIIRIS, N I.i KWI.AR, KO.X, Si St' E \ III.IIS, anil intwrous oilier items that is not enough left to make apectal mention, must be cleared off our shelve*
HELI’ 1'8. We will quote
the price* ami you furnish the ea«h; W du not bring your entire wealth witii you. as you will find it quite hard to resist tile tempting bargains. Of «nurse, you cannot Idame us for tempting you in this manner, for
we «re compelled Io do so to make roum for our new Fall Htink.
Remember, this is the wind-up
of this great sale. These Bargains
will wait for no one. “First come
CLOTHING & SHOE STORE-
will tube Mr. Heidel a wook or two to
C. N. Myers and wl/e are in from Wash., left Tuesday on an overinnd 10, township 38 south, range 6 east,
ant in and to the following described
look over the routes on both sides of their ranch to-day.
trip to their borne, going first to Willamette meridian, Crater Nation real property situated in Klamath
J. F. Driscoll was down friftu
the hike and make his report.
lliloma Dunn of Bonunza paid this Prineville, via Odell. Before leav al Forest, Oregon, estimated to be county, Oregon, to-wit:
(ieo. S. Willoughby and II. L. Le • city a visit Wednesday.
ing, Mr. Crippin purchased three 150.000 feet B. M. of live and 10,000
SW^4 of Section 30, Township 39
Doer •<■ <»< i *>p< tied Sunday
of Eurooo sere registered at t! e
hend of horses from Cox Bros, in feet B. M. of dead yellow pine, 60,-
South, Range 10 East, Willamette
will close hove uber !»t
Merrill, and the remainder of their 000 feet B. M. of live and 1,000 feet meridian.
W. It llluuchard and fumlly
Editor Allen of the Merrill Record,
camp outfit was purchased here.
B. M. of dead white fir. 30,000 feet
Together with all tenements,
for an outing on Cherry creek 8un- C. T. Wilson and George Schukenicht,
B. M. of live and 500 feet B. M. of hereditaments and appurtenances
all of Merrill, were in the city Tues
dead lodgepole pine, saw timber, log thereunto belonging or in any wise
J. F. Kimball mid "Thud" left day.
I.. C. Slsemore of Ft. Klamath was
scale, more or less. No bid of less appertaining.
Huturduy morning on u Aniilng trip to
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. In the city thia week.
than $3.00 for the live and $1.50 for
ATTORN EV AT LAW
The proceeds of said sale will be
land on business.
W. C. Meaner left on a business
E. K. Leavitt of Yreka, Cal., Mr. and
the dead yellow pine, $1.35 for the
General Law Practice State and Fed
applied in satisfaction of said execu
Mrs. Sllna Obenchaln mid her Mrs. F. A. Stevens of San Francisco trip to Pokegnma Wednesday.
live and 50 cents for the dead white
tion, order and decree, interest and
niece, Murlon Murtin, returned from and Itolund Huddleston of Bakers
fir, $2.25 for the live and $1.25 for
il. Vandert of Odessa was regis
and al! accruing costs and over
8:ili Ftmiclsc i l’i <l:t>
field, Cal., nre touring thia section in tered at the Lakeside Wednesday.
the dead lodgepole pine, per thou I
First National Hank Block
if any there be, to be paid unto
Frank Ankeny and Henry Straw their White steamer,
sand feet, B. M. will be considered
R. H. White of Fort Klamath was
said court to be further applied as by
left Saturday morn g on u *1 hing
Mrs. Frank Ward, assisted by Mes- in the city on business this week.
trip to spent. r c ecl:
sent to the First National Bank of
dames Henley, Wilson and Jennings,
Herman Chandler of Lakeview
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Marrlago licenses Issued: G. V.
VDMINISTRATOR'S Portland, Oregon (U. S. Depository),
entertained yesterday afternoon In
Burton to Maude St. Tiiotnas; O. E. entertained Friday afternoon il pai«l this city a visit this week.
FINAL A4 "COI NT
to be placed to the credit of the this 12th day of July, 1909:
W. B. BARNES,
Crawford Hill of the Spring Lak
Rucker to Mary C. Story.
United States, for each bid submitted 7-12,8-12
Five Hundred wbh played and re
Notice Is hereby given that F. P. to the supervisor. Timber upon Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
Editor Graves of the Bulletin was in
froshments served. Mrs. Frank irá
P. E. Lewis of Odessa was regis Ci >n< miller, .¡'ministrator of the cí valid claims is exempted from sale.
th« city shaking hands with ills old White won first prize and Mrs. H. F.
tate <«f Daniel Ci niemiller, dec« .«sed
cronies and hustling for business for Murdoch was awarded the consola tered at the Ijckeside Inn Wednes- Ims filed Ills final account of le ii i-1 The right to reject any and all bids
bls enterprising publication.
ministration of said esate with the is reserved. For further informa- j
tion trophy. Mrs. Harshbarger left I day.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Melhaee are clerk of the county court of Klatuatli tion and regulations governing sales, J
Misses K'tnk c.i d bchnel^i r
Saturday morning, for her home in
i taking a mouth's outing on Short county, Oregon, and that said court address the undersigned.
Sunday morr.it i. for Fan Francltwo. San Francisco.
has .ip|K>lnted 10 o’clock, a. m. of
where they will study the latest
M. L. ERICKSON.
Friday, September 3d. 1909, as the
that Chinese children play
J. G. Griffith and j. T. Summers,
W. E. Hall of Ft. Bidwell wi« one time for hearing of objections to such
styles In millinery and purchase their
county commissioners, County Clerk ; of the California visitors to our c it« final account and the settlement
Blind Man’s Buff” and lots
i thereof. This notice is published by
Del.ap, Sheriff Barnes and Clyde I during the past week.
E. H. Lawrence, the cigar manu
of other games, just like our
order of said county court entered
II. 8. Mc-Kell and wife left Wed- August 2d; 1909.
facturer, left Sunday morning for Bradley ier. Monday morning fot |
American “kiddies ”?
Spokane, where he will try his luck Seattle and the fair to be gone two nesday for Rocky point on an outing.
F P CRONEM1LER, Administrator. In the Circuit Court of the State of
J. C. Rutenic, attorney for Adminis
through the city Tuesday.
on the land drawing contest am) will
And that there ar? some
Oregon for the County of Klamath.
Chas. Greer of Merrill, bound for
visit Olympia undt he Seattle fair on part of the Commissioners, as they
American Bank and Trust Com
bacteria so good for us that
desire to inspect several courthouses tho Rogue River country, passed
pany, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. E
with the through the city Tuesday.
PROPOSALS FOR GRAZING
they’re called “indispensable”?
8. E. iccnbice, clerk of Pine Grove on the trip. In connection
B. Burwell, defendant.
proposed new courthouse for this
Frank Ankeny and Henry Straw
school district, Is in the city to-day
Department of the Interior, office
Suit in Equity to Foreclose a Mort
conferring with District Attorney city, which It is their alm to hnvo returned Tuesday from n deer hunt of Indian Affairs. Washington. D. C.,
modern In every particular.
In the vicinity of Clover creek. Frank July 15, 1909.—Sealed proposals for gage.
Kuykendall In regard to the iesuance
NOTICE is hereby given that by
! and Henry succeeded in bringing letting grazing privileges on the
of bonds to build a new schoolhouse
Joe Sylva ranch last week was found down a two-point buck, but they
virtue of an execution and order ot
In I hat district.
under the permit system, will be re
C. II. Dnggett and wife have re on the TopHy grade about three days don't seem to know who killed it, as ceived at the office of the Commis sale duly issued out of the a'ove I
For Sale By
sion« r of Indian Affairs. Washing named court and cause on the 12tii
turned from Los Angeles, where Mr. after It was missed. It evidently bad they both shot at once.
day of July, 1909, upon a decree
F. E. ANKENY
J no. J. Laipple of Vancouver,
Daggett attended the Elks conven been turned loose by its rider and
Monday, August 30, 1909, and will
tion. They mado quite an extensive was on its way home. Several horses Wash., son-in-law of Dan Ryan, Sr., be Immediately thereafter opened in made and entered for record in said
tour of the southern country and re have been taken In this manner on of Ft. Klamath, arrived in this city the presence of such bidders as may court in said suit i.n the 10th day of
the upper Klamath and taken to the Tuesday night and left Wedneeda' attend. Maps showing the location of July, 1909, in favor of the abov'
port a delightful trip.
11. E. Williams, formerly of I.an Butin creek country, then turned for the Fort. Mrs. Laipple has been the reservation and all necessary in named plaintiff, directing the sale ol
formation may be obtained on appli
gell Valley, was in the city Saturday loose. The people are very Indig visiting her father, who is reported cation to the Superintendent of the the premises herein described, to sat
quite ill, for some time.
hauling lumber for ids new I onic,
Klamath Indian School, Klamath isfy the sum ot $2,190.70, and $33.50
costs and disbursements, and the
Elmer Applegate is realizing about
which ho will erect on bls 100-acre
R. G. VALENTINE.
further sum of $200 attorney s fees
$100 an acre from ills volunteer po
ranch recently purchased from C. 8. —Dorris Booster.
making a total of $2,424.20, with in
Ira C. Johnson of Illinois, one of tatoes out on his ranch. Tills item
Moore, about six miles from this city.
terest on said sum from the day of
II. W. Stoddard ami wife of Pitts tile old guard of this section, re- Is respectfully dedicated to the calam
SALE OF TIMBER.
the rendition of said decree, and ac
burg, who were registered at the turnod to his old slnmplng ground ity contingent who adorn tho mourn
Lakeside, left Monday for Crater Friday and I h making the rounds ers' bench situated adjacent to the
Medford, Oregon, July 2. 1909.
Now, therefore, in view of said ex
Cult brute I for style, perfect fit, simplicity on I
lake. The gentleman and hlB wife
Sealed bids, marked outside, "Bld,
reliability near v 40 yt rs, Sold in near •/
every city and town in ti e United State* «rd
Timber Sale Application, April 28, ecution and in compliance with same,
are touring the country on horseback, Johnson last visited this place in square.
Canada, or bv mail direct. More *o'<i It. i
IL C. Oakley and wife of Los An- 1909, Crater," and addressed to M. I have duly levied on said premises
and it is their Intention to return to I 1893, and Btntes Hint, the ebnngos
any oth. r make. Send lor Lee catalogue.
this city lias undergone in that tltno geles are visiting E . I. Applegate of L. Erickson. Medford, Oregon, will and will, on Saturday, the 14th day Mc< ALL’S MAGAZINE
Pittsburg In this manner.
More subscribers t! in rny other fashion
L. F. VVIllitts, Crater lake road Is a revelation to him. lie has been this city, Mr. Oakley Is manager of be received up to and Including the of August, 1909, at 10 o’clock a. m.
m igazinc—million a in- nth. Jnvaiuahh.
t styles, p.itt rns, c r< '¡»mnkinif, millinery,
commissioner, who recently accom making hl:: homo back In Illinois with the Imperial Investment company of I 9th day of August, 1909. for all the
pain sewing, fancy needle wo k, hairdressing ,
good >lorie*, etc. On y 50 cent* a
panied Government Engineer Heidel
year (north double), including' a tree pattern.
_ «or down,
has large interests, and is also large-
and all the live timber Klamath county, Oregon, sell at pub
Subscribe t >day, or send for sample copy.
to Fort Klamath, from which place wore it not for this fact ho would
ly Interested in the San Pedro har-1 marked for cutting by the forest of- lic auction to the highest bidder for WONTEHFL’L INDUCEMENTS
the latter will look over tho pro remain here permanently, as he
t» Amts. I*«» • I b < ’"4 j*
bor development._____________________fleer on a designated area located cash in hand, all the right, title and
posed automobile rond to Crater lake,
and new cash ¡ r'zeo: v s. Address
TEE McCJUL O.. 233 lo 2 IS VJ. ÍTA CL. KZ17 YGX1
returned Friday night. He reports it both In cllmnte and people.
E. L. ELLIOTT
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