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Here is Your Chance to Save
On all Ladies, Children’s and
Misses’ Dress and Rain Coats
and Hen’s Dress L' IX
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and Rain Coats at IX» *X» IX. O 1 vlyu
FROM HOBO TO BANK PRESIDENT II
Our prices draw attention. Up-to-date WALL PAPER is what
we sell, with a dandy line of House Lining. Burlaps, Sanitas.
Lucrusta. Ingrains, Window Shades, Lead. Oil, Turpentine, Dry
Colora, Etc. Or we will furnish a Painter or Paperhanger.
BAMBER & PEAIRS
One-half off for
The January Clearance Sale is Still on at
The Portland Clothing and Shoe Store
Opposite Baldwin's Hardware Store
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc.
Vice President and
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc.
Surveying, and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Jim Stindt, of Bonanza, is stopping
at the Lakeside.
Dr. A. A. DuPuy arrived in the city
Friday from Oakland.
J. W. Batdorf, the architect, left
Friday for San Jose, Cal
J. S Connally was a visitor in the
city Tuesday from Bonanza.
Mrs. A. L. Spink came down yes
terday from Klamath Agency.
J. W. Dyar, the hotel man. was in
the city from Dorris Tuesday.
J. W. Utter and C. A. McKinley
were down from Fort Klamath Tues
E. Spencer was in the city Suesday
on business from his ranch near
W. S. Worden returned last Mon
day from a trip to San Francisco and
Dr. O. T. Demorest, the dentist, is
in the city from Merrill accompanied
by his wife.
Delore Roberts of the Roberts Con
struction Company is in the city from
F. A. Fitzpatrick and A. Abbott arc
in the city from Lakeview stopping
at the Lakeside.
Dr. A. A. DePuy returned last
Monday from Oakland, where be has
been for the past month.
C. A. Stiffler and wife were *n the
city this week from Fort Klamath,
stopping at the Lakeside Inn.
T. Clinton Veale, organizer for the
Woodmen of the World, left this
morning for his home in Pasadena,
Supt. H. G. Wilson, R. C. Spink
and H. Nylander came down last
Friday from Klamath Agency and
will be in the city for a few days.
Frank E. Ankeny is having the
store, recently occupied by G. Heit-
kemper, refitted and will move his
store to the new location within a
E. C. Greeley is finishing the
plumbing work and also Installing a
hot air furnace in the new residence
of Burge Mason in the Hot Springs
Orb Campbell, bookkeeper for the
Klamath County Bank, went to his
home in Langell Valley Wednesday,
where he will spend a couple of
The Mammoth Stables are being
improved by the addition of a new
fldor In the carriage room. The old
uoor is being torn out and a new one
laid and other repairs made.
Three new suits were filed Friday
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
by Abner Weed. They were suits
to quiet title to lands. Thomas
Drake is the attorney Jor the plain
Mrs. B. F. Shepherd left Tuesday
morning for San Francisco, where
she will join her husband. From
San Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Shep
herd will probably go to Phoenix,
Harry D. Mills is compelled to use
crutches on account of an injury re
ceived several days ago, being kicked
on the leg by a horse. The accident
occurred on the road between this
city and Bonanza.
r\O not overlook your Red
Tags. They are still
good for 50c. with every $i
purchase. They must be in
before the first of February
Claude Chastain is getting well
County Judge J. B. Griffith went
to Bonanza Monday on business.
Albert Walker was called to Ash
land Sunday on account of the ill
ness of his brother.
C. W. Offleld, C. H. Merrill and C.
E. Wilson were among the Merrill
visitors in the city Satuiday.
C. F. Goodrich is feeling better,
but would like to trade his stomach
with one of Erickson & Petersen's
George Russell, weighing seven and
one-half pounds, arrived at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. F. M. White Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Newton, ac
companied by Mrs. Newton's father,
Next door to the Postoffice
Thos. Miller, returned Friday from
J. J. Cunningham has a crew of
carpenters at work building a resi
WILL INSTALL CLOCKS
dence for C. W. Harlow on Seventh
OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
and Oak streets.
Twelve Contracts for Western Union
Mrs. Adams, of the Davenport Cafe,
Tino- Service Aln-ody Made
Over Fifty Thousand Dollar-* to Be
personally directs all of the meals
and More Wanted
Divided Among School IHs-
prepared and patrons are assured of
O. B. Gates, agent for the Western
triels of County
the best in the market.
Union Telegraph Company, secured
enumeration c f school
Grant Fouch has brought in three twelve contracts today for Installing
County has no»
mink and two bob-cat skins that are clocks with telegraph service in busi
exceptionally well dressed. He got ness bouses in the city. The com been received by the County Super-
Intendent and amounts to 1925 chll-
the highest prices for them.
pany only sent Mr. Gate« twelve dren between the ages of 4 and 20.
Rex E. Bord returned last Sunday contracts and he bad to wire for
from an extended trip through the more in order to accommodate those Last year the total •
East and South. He was accompa desiring the correct time in their
From estimate« made by Superin-
nied by J. S. Underwood, of Los An places of business. No attempt was
tendent Swan the school districts -it
made to place the clocks in resi
The Monarch Mercantile Co. will dences although the price is the same the county will receive about the
have a large sign painted on its new as in the business district. The serv following amounts. The tota amount
of school money will exceed 330,000.
building next week and thereafer ice costs from *12 to *30 a year.
These estimates may vary some ah
will have the building photographed,
This Is a most creditable showing
and a cut of it published in the for a city the size of Klamath Falh. the amount of State funds Is based
on the amount received laHt year
It was not expected that over three District
J. W. Lathrop was In from his or four clocks could be Installed, as
No. 2 .......... .............
Lost River chicken ranch Friday. that is usually the number used In
He has most of his buildings erected towns even larger than this.
and is awaiting his first shipment of
500 chickens, which will arrive here KLAMATH HOYS PLAYING WEI.I. District No. 5 .......................... .... 670
District No. 6
on the 25th of this month.
District No. 7 .......................... ... »70
Deputy Sheriff R. E. Guthridge and
District No. 7 .......................... .... 1300
Allen Sloan left Tuesday for Sa basket ball team, which Is touring District No. 8..........................
lem with <A H. Bolton, whom they the southern part of the State, has District No. 9 .......................... .... 325
are taking to the 8eate Penitentiary.
District No. 10....................... .... 185
Bolton was sentenced to two years, defeats. Last night it was defeated District No. 11 ........................ ... 575
after pleading guilty to a charge of
score. Tonight they will play at District No. 12 ........................ ... 575
District No. 13 .......................
Special Agent C. T. Foraker and Cottage Grove.
District No. 14
B. St. George Bishop went up the
District No. 15 ........................
lake Tuesday to
Mr. game. It is claimed that at Ashland District No. 16
Bishop’s homestead near Odessa. other than High School students were District No. 17 ....................... ... 53«
They went up the west side of the used in the team. At Medford, whicn District No. 19.......................
lake on horseback and are expected has a strong team, they were suc District No. 20.......................
to return tomorrow or the next day.
only one tally difference. The game District No. 22 ....................... ... 190
Rex E. Bord and J. 8. Underwood
District No. 23 .......................
was a close one throughout.
left on Wednesday for Los Angeles.
District No. 25 ........................ ... 544
Mr. Bord is on his way to Texas
District No. 26 ..
HIDE BUYER ARRESTED
Mrs. Bord. who went to Los Angeles
District No. 27 ........................
some months ago for treatment for
B. Mendenhall, a local hide buyer, District No. 28 ....................... ... 275«
rheumatism, is still confined to the was arrested Wednesday charged wltli District No. 29 .......
hospital and Mr. Bord states that her violation of the game laws. Menden District No. 30....................... ... 268
condition has not improved.
hall was arrested at the Wells-Fargo District No. 31 ........................
Miss Iva Fox, sister of Mrs. Noel, express office as he was about to ship District No. 32
Leavenworth, a package containing beaver hides. District No. 33
Wash. After a short visit there she He wi’l have a hearing before Justice District No. 34
will go to her old home in Indiana, A. D. Miller. It. Is a question just District No. 35 ......................... ... 700
where she will remain for several how the judge will interpret the law. District No. 36 ..........
months. Miss Fox was accompanied as it Is claimed that the law does not District No. 37 ........................ ... 338
as far as Portland by Miss Snyder, make it an offense to have beaver District No. 38
who will spend some time in the clt.v hides In one's possession, but reads
These estimates do not include the
getting acquainted with the new mil to the effect "that anyone having in special taxes that the districts have
possession beaver, etc."
Klamath Falls, Oregon
I Pi’EB LAKE NOTES
There Is a rumor to th«» effect that
a good prospect of clnnebar has been
struck on Modoc Point. As to the
truth of the rumor we are not able
to vouch at present.
The steamer Eagle was sunk a few
days ago. It seems that the steamer
lay moored to a lea shore In open
water. The strong south wind hav
ing cleared the Ice, also raised n
heavy »Well, which, iHMliug through
the low ports, filled the bout until ah ■
The box factory Is now running
light handed, just enough to furnish
some of the boys with employment.
The new 100-horse power boiler Is
now In place in the mill, and will be
n great help In furnishing steam, net
only for the mill, but for the -lry
There will be an entertainment at
St. Cloud on Saturday night, when
songs and dances and other vaude
ville stunts will be had.
The debate between the Klamath
County High School «nd the High
School of Grants Pass will be held at
the High School auditorium on the
evening of February 4. The Klamath
team Is fairly representative of th<
county, being composed of Hoy Nel
son. from Keno; Howard Boggs, of
luingell Valley, and Vernon Motschen
hacher, of Kinmath Falls. The«.»
uoys have beau hard al work uudei
the direction of Judge Elliott and ar«
confident of winning the debate.
The two schooln have selected
Judge Benson and Judge Noland, of
Klamath Falls, and Prof. U. G. Smith,
of Medford, to judge the debate
The Postal Savings Bank question,
which Is to bo the subject of the de
bate, | h a live topic and one which
has gained widespread attention slnc<-
Presldent Taft's discussion of It In
his last message. The young dis
ciples of Webster who are to hold
forth In this contest certainly have a
worthy subject on which to exercin*»
their forensic ability.
MONEY FOB BABBITS
Fifty Thousand Hides to Be Hhlpped
to Factory to Be Made
A com mission has been sent to
J. W. Frey, the taxidermist, by a
large furrier establishment to secure
50,000 jack rabbit hides. Mr. Frey
Is paying 10 cents each for the hides
and in addition the county pnys a
bounty of 5 cents for the scalps.
At 15 cents each it is claimed that a
man can make very good wages kill
ing rabbits, besides obtaining consid
On account of the increasing
scarcity of fur animals, Jack rabbits
are being used quite extensively. It
la claimed that after being dyed and
made up they present nearly as good
an appearance as the more expensive
MAG IZINES AND I' M l IW
For the Information of the public
it Is announced that the following
magazines and newspapers will be on
file at the Public Library thin year
American Agriculturist, American
Boy, Cosmopolitan, Current Litera
ture, Delineator, Everybody!, Ladies'
Home Journal, Ltlerary Digest, Me
('lures, Pacific Monthly, Physical Cui
ture, Popular Mechanics, Review of
Reviews, Recreation, St. Nicholas.
Saturday Evening Post, Hclentlfi*
American with Supplement, Scribners.
Success, Sunset, World's Work.
Youths' Companion, Portland Ore
gonlan, San Francisco Chronicle,
Evening Herald (donated by publish
er). Morning Express (donated by
Mesdames George Noland, Richard
Shore Smith and Don J. Zumwalt
¡entertained ten tables at whist. Sat
Judge Noland Tuesday rendered n urday afternoon nt the new White-
decision in the case of John H. Shook Maddox hall, at which dainty refresh
vs. Allen Taylor, In favor of the de ments were served.
fendant, Taylor. The case was a suit
in equity and grow out of a lease on
Stealing electricity In Colorado is
land belonging to Shook.
punishable by fine and imprisonment.
DE< IDEM AGAINST SIHMtk