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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1909)
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Mrs. Davidson of Merrill was I't the
J. I*. Colalian of Dairy was about
H. A. Kattenhorn of Merrill was in
th«1 city Sunday.
A. M. Clawson i»f Swan hike uns
n the city Friday.
Mrs. L. Davidson of Merrill toas
th«« city Friday.
Waiter Dixon of Ft. Klamath WH
the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1.. Tipton returned
Saturday from Seattle.
C. Cunningham and Jay Arant were
in from th«1 Gay Friday.
C. M. Palmer of Keno Springs was
in the city on busiuess Friday.
It. E. Buller of Merrill was regis-
tere«l at the Lakeside Tuesday.
tin.« A. Loegren. government cruis
er. was in the city this week.
A. B. Stahlman and family ’eft for
the Upper lake Sunday*.
Ilans Zimmerman aud J. I*. Kin,;
of 'letrill were about town Sun lay.
I, G. Porter and H. C. K« ntner of
Medford were registered at the Lake-
Vcrnie Cliff ami Alex. Shives ha ve
.<one to Cherry creek on an outing
Hank Woods of Swan Lake has a
| crop of oats this year that he esti-
mates will run 75 bushehs to the
Joe Provo from Poe valley brought
in recently a bunch of oats from his
I iry land raucii in Poe valley which
I extends seven inches above a seven-
I fool door in one of our real ««state
Dr. Leonard and daughter, Wm.
Wagner and brt>ther. who recently
I arrived from Nebraska, and H. V.
j Hutchins, foreman of the Express
office, have gone on an outing trip to
Mrs A. Doak and daughter of Itock
creed on the Upper lake, left Monday They will a I mo v I m II Dr. Martin, to ho
morning for California, where thiy has ensconced himself on a Crystal
wlil i«*join Mr. Uoak. They will re cre**k homestead.
turn to their beautiful bungain v or.
The Hot Springs company hied
the 1 pper lake shortly.
with the county clerk Monday a plat
A very pleasa.it birthday party was
of "Rrallroad Addition" to th«* city of
given Miss Myrtle Roberts at her
Klamath Falls. This plat covers th«*
home in Poe valley last Sunday.
vacant land lying west of the depot,
Twenty-five guests were in attend
which will be subdivided
ance and a delightful time is reported.
Capt. O. C. Applegate entertained
Miss Roberts is one of the most pop
a few of his friends Sunday at the
ular young ladies in that s«?ction.
M Gropin, a recent arrival from ranch where he made his first home
France, who to any noticeable de- stead in this county. The captain
gr«*e has not as yet acquired ou.* ver told bear stories of the pioneer days
nacular, has been looking over the that easily eclipsed the tame »|M>rt In
(Tpper lake country for a sumine«-1 dulged In under that name nowadays
Stands Like a Stone Wall
Turns Cattle, Horses, Hep—Is Practically Indestructible
Clearance Sale Ends
Saturday, Aug. 28th
At which time we will give away two jars of money
as first and second prizes. Also, we will have two
other cash prizes, making in all four prizes to be
given away. Between now and the end of this
great sale come in and take advantage of our many
bargains in all departments in order to enable you
to participate in this prize contest. You not only
save money on the goods bought, but may receive
enough in a prize to pay for all you need this fall
and winter. Remember, at 10 o’clock p. m. sharp,
Saturday, August 28th
Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires, the
hinge joint, the guxl galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of steel
that is not too hard nor t »> Soft.
We can show you this fence in our ■
ioritv, not only in the roll but iu the field.
Poultry Fence. Barb Wire. Iron and Steel
ROBERTS & HANKS
not sell us your
not sell us your
NOT TRADE WITH YOUR FRIENDS
We wish to sell you tlie CHOICEST GROCERIES, and we also
wish to BUY OR TRADE for your EGGS. POULTRY, VEGE
TABLES, HAY AXD OTHER PRODUCE.
X. II.—We n«>t only wish to supply G coo* ries to the
Farmer*. but also to ship their produce at th«* greatest profit
not sell us your
heme location. The gentleman left
Monday for California, and will
Alex. Martin Jr. and family and
George Martin, his brother, who re-
««•ntly arrived from Berlln. Gernieuy,
left Monday for Crystal Creek,
where they will be the guests of P.
St. George Bishop on his houseboat.
not sell us your
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 I 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 you see my stock before you buy.
Blue prints and photographs of the
courthouse at Eugene and Baker City
have been received by the county
court. They are now being inspected
by the county commissioners County
Commissioner Summers stated that
it was the intention to start on the
foundation work of the new court
house this fall if possible.
Pretty and Useful Things
There are lots of things in our stor besides Watches and
Diamonds—lots of small, inexpensive
tlcles that come ex-
ceedingly handy every day, either r ■ «ilts for another or
for your own use. Lockets and Charms In great variety, and
Chains and Rings at all prices. Hat Pins, Stick Pins, Brace
lets and Sterling Silver Toilet Articles.
We are receiving
interesting Novelties nearly every day. Come in and see them
NOW IN NEW QUARTERS.
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
Do" '■ C. ZOMWA,
E. M. BUBB,
Vice President snd
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
40 Head of Horses
I Consisting of Saddle, Draft and Driving Horses, ranging from 1.050 («>
I 1,000 pounds; also, Yearlings, Two-year-olds and Sucking Colts, to be
|sold to the highest bidder in Klamath
Klamath county, Or«1,
TERMS OF SALE All under »100, six months' time; $100 and over,
one ycar'a time at 8 per cent, with good security. Two per cent off for
H. H. LOW, Prop.
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r'JIVE US A CHANCE TO FIGURE ON YOUR
WINTER CLOTHING AND SHOE BILL
Come and get our prices. Compare our quali
ties with any store in Klamath County, and
we’ll take chances on winning your business.
WINTER CLOI HING, SWEAT-
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