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Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes
Come to Us for Your Christmas Toys and Holiday Goods
Don’t forget the Grand Premiums to be given away Christmas.
Open Nights until December 35th
K. K. K. STORE, The Santa Claus Store
A Home is Not Complete without a First-class
There is nothing better
a Standard Machine,
Sensible Christmas Gifts
For Hen and Boys
and we can convince you
UESFUL AND LASTING PRESENTS ARE ALWAYS APPRECIATED BY SEN-
SIBLE PEOPLE. THE EARLY SHOPPER HAS THE AD VANTAGE OF GETTING
THE PICK OF OUR STOCbf CONSISTING OF THE LATEST IN MEN S AND BOYS’
with a week's free trial
We are headquarters
for Linoleum. Carpets
Rugs and Matting.
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO
Stands Like a Stone Wall
Tarns Cattle, Nerses, Mejs—Is Practically Indestruetible
Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires, the
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of steel
that is not too hard nor too soft
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and super-
iority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and see us and get our prices.
AS A GIFT ONE OR OUR
Poultry Fence, Barb Wire, Iron and Steel
ROBERTS & HANKS
WILL CAUSE A HAPPY SMILE ON THE FACE OF ANY MAN
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Colson were
in the city Saturday from their ranch
G. W. Morine of Bonanza was in on the Merrill road.
The earliest known timepiece re
the city last week.
Ed Bloomingcamp was in from his sembling a modern clock in that it
was driven by weights attached to
ranch near Bly Saturday.
Frank Cutter of Dairy was in the wheels was sent to King Pepin of
France by Pope Paul in 760.
city for a few days last week.
One of the large Pennsylvania an
Mr. and Mrs. Bunting of Merrill
thracite mining companies has en
were at the Lakeside last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Williams of Dor gaged in the manufacture of coal dust
briquettes on a large scale, finding
ris were city visitors recently.
The Rev. Vallandlgham returned them an economical fuel.
J. H. Harris brought In 88 rabbit
Friday evening from Portland.
The Moore brothers were in the city scalps Saturday and J. F. Kirri
from their ranch near Olene Satur brought in 121 rabbits and one
coyote, both collecting the bounty due
county clerk's office.
ie Oregon Agricultural cúnese
and two regi-
The - jury
l.„= two regiments
- in the case of the state
T. Anderson, who was tried
Now that the price of champagne this week on the charge of suborns-
has been advanced, do you notice any Hon of perjuryjreturned a verdict of
not guilty Friday evening.
increase in the cost of living?
The valiant Nimrods of this vicin
An exchange remarks that one of
the saddest things that can happen is ity have turned their attention from
the wary mallard, and now bring into
for a woman's age to tell on her.
There are twelve literary societies, town cottontails and jack rabbits as
with an average membership of the result of their outing in the hills.
F. J. Bowne, who came down from
thirty, at the Oregon Agricultural
Bonanza Friday to join his wife,
A contemporary notes that many a who has been here for the past couple
man who has invented a tale for his of weeks, is busy trying to find a
wife has experienced difficulty in ad house, expecting to remain in the
city for the next couple of months.
The members of the city council
Leave your orders for Christmas
candy at the East End Kandy Kitch were engaged Saturday in going
en. Fresh candies and chocolates over the grade maps jf the city with
City Engineer Zumwalt, preparator;
Tryouts for the Interstate Debating to reaching a definite decision as to
teams are being held at the Univer the location of the main sewer. The
sity of Oregon, in which forty men original action placing the sewer on
are participating. Eleven men are to Main street may be rescinded, and
Klamath avenue selected.
be chosen for the teams.
NONE LAST LONGER
NONE ARE BETTER
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Next Door to the Postoffice
Spratt Wells is down from Bly
J. F. Driscoll is down from his
home at Bonanza.
W. E. Lemmon of Merrill is in the
city attending court.
Guy Merrill has returned from his
trip to San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Low were in
from their ranch on the Merrill road
Mrs. May Mongold Thursday even
ing filed a suit for divorce from Jas.
J. Mongold. F. IX Mills is attorney
for the plaintiff
The case of William Wagner vs. the
school district of Merrill was on trial
Saturday in the circuit court
The sum involved is |30. Irwin Kt
Harris represent Wagner and R. C.
Smith the school district. The de-
cision was rendered in favor of the
H. Low sold a span of gray
horses Thursday for 1365.
J. W. Smith was a visitor in the
city Thursday from his ranch near
“This Is no joke, remarked the
editor, as he returned the humorist's :
Mark L. Burns of Dorris, formerly i
a resident of this city, has returned I
hero to make his home In the future. |
Sam Hines, a partner in the Amer-'
lean cafe, and Mrs. Simons are to be
married at the Rodmen’s hal) on the
20th of this month at 9 a. m.
George Haworth, the contractor
who built C. S. Moore’s residence on
the West Side, left Thursday for
San Diogo, where he will spend the
winter. He expects to return in the
spring and take several other Lull.I -
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
E. M. RUBB,
Vice President and
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc,
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Now that the aftermath Is here
there Is a rumor on the street that If
the man who called this beautiful
snow were In Klamath Falls It would
be positively his last appearance be
fore the public.
A I). Miller, J. II. Chambers, Goo
Gregory and Chas. Schucklotch of
Portland went out toward Lost rivi*c
last. Thursday, expecting to return
in the ov< nlng with *11 the ducks In