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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1909)
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We stand back of them. We want you to stand in
them. Thev cost no more than the ordinary kind
Try It Tomorrow
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO
Before You Buy Your Winter
Don’t forget to get our prices on
Go to any clothing store in Klamath
Falls and ask to see the overcoats
cravenettes and suits they are set
ling at $20, $25 or $30. Examine
the garments carefully. Take your
time about it. Inspect the fabrics
the way they are made up, the lin
ings, seam work, button holes, etc
Then come here and compare
what we’ll show you for the same
money Such a test invariably re
suits in this store winning your
trade, for dollar for dollar, no other
store offers values that begin to
compare with ours
We are sole Klamath Falls agents for
Hole-proof Hosiery for men, women
and children—guaranteed to wear for
six months. Mail orders delivered free
Canned Goods, Sugar, Beans
Dried Fruits and everything
in the Grocery Line. Try our
25c. Monarch Coffee. You
can’t beat it in quality
MONARCH MERCANTILE COMPANY
MM A I. BRIEFS
Mrs. John Ellis was in town from
Hon. If. L. Benson is home from
I Fort Klamath Friday.
Mrs. Kirkpatrick was down from
IL C. Baker Is over from Lakeview
I Fort Klamath Friday.
James Taylor of Bly was registered
F. O. Bunting, the Lakeview cattle
I at the American Friday.
man. is In town.
J. A. Davis of Merrill was in town
F. Angus was in town Monday
on a business trip Friday.
from Ft. Klamath.
Bruce Gaddie was in town Satur-
Miss Lulu Wilkinson of Lorella
| day from his home at. Odessa.
in town Monday.
G. W. Royce was in town Saturday
from his ranch at Odell Lake.
Guy Merrill and his brother drove
over from Merrill Saturday.
F. F. bodge came in from his
ranch at Crystal Springs Friday.
T. W. Copeland, a cattleman at Ft.
Klamath, was in town Saturday.
Jas. Boyd and J. T. Anderson were
here Friday from Bly on business.
Mrs. Whitcomb and Ida Burr are
in town from Dorris for a few days.
W. C. Dalton and his wife drove In
from Tule Lake Thursday evening.
The feeling I want to exist between you and me.
District Attorney Kuykendall re
I am trying to make my name and satisfaction
turned from Lakeview Saturday even
synonymous. You can help me.
Don’t holler and cuss if I have worked for you
J. D. Morgan and wife of Merritt
and it’s not been satisfactory, but bring it back and
were registered at the Livermore
give me a chance to make my word of guarantee
C, W. Witter and family and Olc
One receives a certain amout of satisfaction in
Thompson were over from Lakeview
buying goods and feeling they have their dollar’s
Mrs. B. E. Hayden and daughter,
Those are the very kind of goods I carry and are
Gene, left Saturday morning to visit
all made by the most reliable firms. I would like to
friends in Texas.
have your business.
J. P. Kelsay and wife of Paisley
I have been told that I am on the WRONG side
are in town buying their fall supplies
of the street nevertheless you are not treating your
at the local stores.
self RIGHT unless you see my stock before you buy,
Chester Wilson and Jim Newbanks
drove over from Keno for a day or
two in the Falls this week.
Bohemians in twos and threes ar
rive every day to increase the popula
On Oct. 31st, at Klamath Falls, | F. E. Rosecrans died Tuesday night tion of this glorious country.
11 * o’clock at *'
Alfred C. Mullenax of this city was at
Frank Masten has erected a dwell
married to Miss Zora A. Powers, also He will be buried in the county ceme ing house on his homestead north of
the Horton ranch in Poe valley.
of this city, by the Rev. G. H. Feese. tery there.
Mrs. NvB of CMesaa was here over
Stands Like a Stone Wall
Cittì», Morses, M»p
I» Practically lnd»stru«IIWa
Mrs. W. C. Buick of Sliver Lake
was in town Monday.
Miss Nellie Wall of Keno Is stay
ing at the Livermore.
Miss Cora E. Phillips was down
Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires, the
from Bly over Sunday.
hinge joint, the g“«i galvanizing, the rxactly proportioned quality <>( steel
that is not too hard nor too soft.
D. G. Brown of Crystal Springs was
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and super
a city visitor this week.
iority, not only in the roll but in tlie field. Come ana see us and get our prices.
Fred Peterson Is here from Bonan
za to attend the Institute.
John Ellis and J. F. Looseley were
down from Fort Klamath Monday.
John Knott was in town Monday
from his homestead at Beaver Marsh.
R. M. Richardson, the court re
porter, returned from Lakeview Sun
Lucien Applegate was In the city
Monday from his ranch at Swan 1
BERT K. WITHROW, Secretary
E. M. BUBB,
DON J. ZUMWAI.T,
Vice Preaident and
nanza are in town for the Teachers’
Map», Plana, Blue Prlnta, Etc
Earl Silvers of Dorris and J. O.
Watts of Bly were at the American I
J. Simpson, Joseph Morris and
Frank Bloomingcamp rame down
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
from Rocky Point Monday evening.
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
E. Tubbs, who has been in town for
some time looking after his invest
ments here, has returned to bis home
Von should pay our store 1 »Islt be- | Gun Bhroeder and Bert Gowdy re-
Judge and Mrs. George Noland re fore you buy your winter supplies, turned to their homes at Summer
turned Saturday in their automobile Anything we haven't got we will get Lak«? Wednesday with two slx-horso
from Lakeview, where the Judge has for you. The Monarch Mercantile wagon*! loaded with aupplles pur
chased at the local stores.
company, phone 1051.
been holding court.
Poultry Fence, Barb Wire, Iron and Steel
ROBERTS & HANKS
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.