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Our Great February Clearance Sale
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
E. M. BUBB,
Vice I'Yesident and
department We quote herewith a few specials
Is still on. Bargains in every department.
Space does not permit to give the great Bargains we offer.
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc
“ ’ '
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
$25.00 Suits for $20.00
---------- Suits for 16.15
20.00 Suits for 14.85
-15.00 Sults for 10.85
Heavy Oregon City Wool Sox. regular 75c, now 45c
Heavy Fleece-Lined Underwear, regular $1.50, now 80c a Suit
whom have recently settled in the
Guy Merrill was in the city Wed-
nesda.v from his home near Merrill.
Bishop Robert E. Paddock return
ed Tuesday evening from a trip to
N. A. Coleman, a timber man who
has been in the Bly country for son e
time, returne'd to Portland Tuesday.
Henry Rabus, J. J. Cunningham
and W. J. Bryant returned last even
ing from a trip to Langell Valley.
S. C. Graves was in the city Friday
from Bonanza, to see his brother,
Charles Graves, who is here from
Mrs. T. W. Zimmerman returned
Thursday from Portland and Al
bany, where she has been visiting
since the first of the year.
The S-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Campbell is recovering from a
lengthy siege of bronchitis, through
which he was nursed by Mrs. Wrighi-
It is reported that E. B. Hail is in
San Francisco for the purpose of pur
chasing machinery for the new news
paper. One of the citizens was heard
to remark that it would be a good
joke if he made a mistake and'bought
oil machinery Instead of a printing
A. F. Clubine spent Sunday In the
city from Merrill.
Guy Merrill returned Thursday
from San Francisco.
C. E. Hoyt and wife were in the
x >ty Friday from Fort Klanu.ih.
F. J. Bowne spent Sunday in the
city from his ranch at Bonanza.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ball.
Next door to
Monday morning, a nine-pound girl.
James H. Wheeler was in the city
Tuesday from his home in Fort Klam
Emmitt Beeson left Tuesday for
Rogue River Valley on a busiae-s
P. L. Fountain has returned iron.
Portland, where he has been the past
J. R, Elliott, the merchant, was in
the city last Monday from Klamath
FARMERS SEEKING EDUCATION
Born—On Wednesday, February 9,
to Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Short a
L. D. Burke of Bonanza was in the
city Saturday as a witness in a home
CORVALLIS, Feb. 14.—The Ore
Jas. F. Driscoll and Jess Parker
gon Agricultural College winter short
■were in the city from Bonanza for a
courses which close this week with
few days this week.
the regular “Farmers' Meet” have
Bird Loosley was in the city Mon
been the most successful from every
day from Odessa, where he is log
point of view of any of the college
ging for Moore Bros.
short course work. The work offered
has been more extensive and more
Mrs. G. WNehrbass of the Upper
thorough and the class of students
Lake, who has been quite sick u ith
pneumonia, is convalescing.
Farmers of District Not Unanimous has been more inatude, and more pro
gressive than those that attended in
in Favor of t utting Looae
Mrs. Sadie Markee left Wednes
day morning for Albany and Forest
That the efforts of the college au
Grove for an extended visit.
Rumors have been so persistent thorities were appreciated is attested
Thad. McHatton left Monday for that the local Reclamation Service
Portland on a business trip. He will was considering advising the aban by the resolutions passed by the short
course students expressing "apprecia
be gone three or four days.
donment of the Keno project that tion and gratitude to the president
Alex. McRae, the timber buyer, ar- the question was put up to Project and faculty of the college, and to the
rived in the city Thursday from his Engineer Patch. He stated that no members of the experiment station
home at Rhinelander, Wisconsin.
such recommendation had been made for the benefits and opportunities
Edwin I). Wilson and Elsie B or was being considered. Some ol which they enjoyed and for the many
Stokes, both of Klamath Ageocy, Se- the leading land owners had inform *ourtesies and the interest in their
cured a marriage license Tuesday.
ed the service that if the government Matt.**
F. M. Priest came down from his was not going ahead with the pro
Farmers’ Week promises to eclipse
--*•-- iMat Saturday, • ject that they would like to make the anything of the kind «ver held at the
He expects to spend about a week attempt to put in a private system. college. The institution has added to
They were informed this could not its equipment and has received very-
be considered unless it met the unan valuable assistarye from farmers,
A six-horse freight team arrived
imous approval of all the land own stockmen and poultry men who have
Monday from Lakeview after mer-
ers in that district. Since then others loaned specimens of live stock and
chandise for the Lake County mer
of the owners had stated that they poultry for the short course work.
preferred the government irrigation
The following prominent and suc
S. T. Summers and wife left Monday and would not consider a private sys cessful Oregon men have been secur
for an extended trip to Southern Cali tem unless as a last resort.
ed to talk during Farmers' Week:
fornia. They expect to be absent
It is stated that the Keno canal L. T. Reynolds, Salem; C. E. Whisler,
about three weeks.
has been held up for some time ow Medford; Austin T. Buxton, Forest
Mrs. F. R. Olds, who underwent an ing to the difficulty of securing a Grove; H. W. Williamson, Portland;
operation for appendicitis at the right of way through the city streets Walter M. Pierce, La Grande; D. O.
Klamath Hospital, was removed to on the west side and through some Lively, Portland; W. K. Newell, Gas
her home Friday.
fourteen lots in private ownership. ton; A. T. Mason, Hood River; A. H.
The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Neil An alternative, however, is being con Lea, Portland; Ferd Groner, Hills
Campbell has been very sick with sidered and that is the Installing of boro.
pneumonia, but is reported as some a pumping station and pumping
The power of taxing somebody else
what better today.
water from the Klamath River. Mr.
The new Southern Pacific depot is Patch in speaking of the matter gave for benefits given to a few has always
practically finished and it is reported the impression that some action along been sought by the ruling classes.
that plans are being made to move this line might be expected in the If the people take to themselves this
power they will be protecting their
into the new home next Friday.
own pocket books.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Vansickle have
sold their residence north of the pub
The people have been fond of glv-
Formic acid, obtained from crystal
lic school to Wm. Elliott. Consider ing their public lands away; but re- lized oxalic acid and glycerine heated
ctfntly the courts have decided that together, Is coming into extensive use
ation is said to be about »2,000.
Mrs. Scoggins and child arrived some land in Eastern Oregon that was In Germany In place of acetic acid in
last evening from Colusa, Cal., and given away had conditions attached the dyeing trade.
Sunday evening from Colusa, Cal., which were not fulfilled, and so a
The French Academy of Science
and left Tuesday morning for Merrill. cinch company is out to the tune of
*50,000 in dreams. Land worth lias decided to confer a gold medal
The Valentine dance given last *500,000 has been given away In each year upon the aviator, French
Monday at the Opera House by the dreams so many times in Oregon, and or foreign, whose achievement is th?
members of the Military Band was given away for keeps, that this seems most notable.
well attended and a most enjoyable like a drop in the bucket. Oregon
time was had.
To relieve the transportation con
has given away hundreds of sections
It is stated that the lnnfs-Clarke of school lands now worth from *25,- gestion In New York City, it has
Lumber Company has purchased the 000 to >50,000 and great strips of been proposed to build mono rails
machinery of the Potter mill near lands across the State. The State can over the present elevated lines there.
Pokegama, which will be moved to tax, and it can exempt improvements,
The application of a little oil to
the Upper Lake, It Is expected to and thereby tax values the more. It
pivoted ends of umbrella ribs
have the mill ready for operation
prevent them rusting and will
value, and it can never be deprived of
within ninety days.
Mrs. F. K. Vondrles and daughter the right of taxation that accompanies
arrived in the city last Monday from
In the five largest office building?
Omaha, Neb., to join Mr. Vondrles,
in New York there are about 230C
who has been here since last fall.
A short, stout saw, bearing a chisel miles of telephone wire and nearly
They are now occupying the DeHay at the end of the blade and a pick at 16,000 instruments.
house near the High School. Mr. the back, is a handy ice cutting uten
All men seek to do right along the
Vondrles is the representative of the sil for household use recently in
lines of least resistance.
Bohemian settlement, so many of vented.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
IM I.STIG VI ING I IPUlslON
ON DESTROYER HOI'KIN k
Maude E. CUB to Weyerbuuacr
Scientists 1’iin'Mv Warning of Farti»- Lumber Co., warranty deed, Set* Hearing N Merrrl uiul Finding.. Will
quakes in 1‘ananui Canal Zone
N<it lie Xliul. I' ii I.II c
8<*tt Sec 34. Tp 2«. 8. It. 10. E. W.
PORT LIMON, Costa Rica. Feb. ii. M. W'4 Nwtt. Sec 2, Nek N'eBee
—Eighty persons were killed In tie 3. Tp 27, . 8
8. R. 10.
10, E. W. M. (10.
ciuptlon of the volcan□ Poas, act >rd-
John Nelson to Weyerhauser l.um-
iug to reports received here w-iiilt
ber Co. warranty deed, N'wtt. Sec 10,
any that the eruption la the wuist
known in the history of the moun Tp 33, 8 It. IS, E. W. M I. *10.
Alex Martin, Jr. et ux to
Many deaths were caused by
h I olcs from the cratei wnn'i w- • States, quit claim deed to a portion
tar«.« I for miles in evei v direction of E*4 Sv *•* of Be '* Sec I ». Tp 39.
The ] crple are panic uric'.eu and
8. R. », E. W. M.; (I.
are fleeing In every i direction for fear
J. H. Upton et ux to Leroy It.
that there will be a repetition of th»-
warranty deed. Ne'4 Nett
Scientists foresee in the erui|tlon Sec 17,Tp 38. 8. II. 9. E. W. M. »500.
of Poaa a warning that there will
Geo. E. Morey et ux to H. L. Greer,
be several earthquakes throughout
E 14 Nett. Sw'4
Central America and the Panama Ca
29, Tp 39, 8.
nal zone. Warnings have been sent
to Washington City to immediately 8. R. 9, E. W. M.; *10.
strengthen all vulnerable spots in the
Helen M. Darrow to Weyerbauser
construction of the Panama Cannl In Lumber Co. warranty deed 8*4 Nett
preparation of the anticipated earth
Sec 29, Tp 37, S. It. H, E. W. M.;
CfllCAGO TRAINMEN SI IIMIT
Mary McDonald to Weyerliauser
ULTIMATUM TO RAILROADS Lumber Co. waranty deed, Ne % 8*4
8w% W'4 Sett Sec 2 8, Tp 2 4. 8.
Wliitncy I« Authorized to Ca II Strike
R. 8, E. W. M; $10.
at Moment's Notice
John F. Sparks, et ux io Weyer-
hauser Lumber Co., warranty deed,
United Press Service.
CHICAfX), Feb. 10. Tlx- Railroad I N«4 Sett Sett Sec IS. .. . ett Ne'4
Terminal Association of sixteen linen 8ec 19, N*4 Nw'4. Nw'4 Nott Sec
centering here submitted an ultima-:
28. Tp 38, 8. R. 15, E. W. M.J $10
turn to the managers of the railroads
demanding higher wages. Commit- j Ix»on Eldred to Weyerhsuser Lum
tees representing both sides started ber Co. warranty deed Nw'4 Sett,
a confidence today and the trainmen Nk4 Sw %, Sw >4 Nw'4, Sec 15. Tp
are awaiting the decision of the com 38, 8. R. 15, E.W. M ; »10.
mittees before proceeding with the
Nancy A. Brooks and hub. to Wey-
Lumber Co., warranty deed,
Whitney, of the Brotherhood of Rail-.
22, Tp 35, 8. R. 15, E
way Trainmen, holds a written an-1
thorizatlon to call a strike at a mo E. W. M.;
ment’s notice and he admits that he
James Newman etux to
is determined not to temporize. If
E. Cliff, warranty deed to the
the demand of the trainment Is not
met it Is confidently believed that all Be'4. Sett Sec 34. Tp 28, 8. R. 10,
of the trains running out of Chicago E W. M.; W'4 Nw'4 Sec 2, Nett.
will be tied up before Saturday, and Ne’4 Sec 3. Tp 27, 8. R. 10, E. W M
it is expected that the strike will »10.
spread to the West.
Power Is always In tho hands of
the masses of mon. Whnt oppresses
the masses Is their own Ignorance,
their own short-sighted soldpiness.
The great work of the pre»-« r i. for
every man and every orgnnliatK.ii of
men, who would Improve their social
conditions, Is the work of education
the propagation of Ideas Henry
United Press Service.
BAN PEDRO, Can , Feb. 1«.—A
score of lui|H>rtant and serious ques
tions wilt be settled at the hearing
now In progress, looking Into th«»
cause of the explosion on board tho
torpedo boat destroyer Hopkins.
These questions have to do With the
construction and repairing of bollri s
on board torpedo boats. The flotilla
officers arc divided ns to whether the
explosion was duo to faulty construe
tlon or Inadequate Inspection, and
one result of the investigation will bo
a thorough overhauling of tho meth
ods In vogue at the Mare Island
The Are-room crew arc bitter in
their comments today, declaring that
none of tho men would have been
scalded had the blowers been work
Ing. as they would have carried th«*
llvo steam out of the room, Instead
of letting It remain to cook to death
the men who were al work. It has
been shown that it 1s customary not
to start these blowers until the craft
Is under way, and since tho cxplo
Sion occurred just after the star*
was made the officers In charge at *
freed from the charge <>f negllgcn-
on this score.
Home tnen ex|M'ct the InRIatlv« to
Mtiibllsh justice right away. Th<>
bed rock Is covered with the rubbish
of ages and we have not yet been
able to utilize th» best tools to dig
with. Oregon leads the States of
the Union and will lead them fur
A HI KE SIGN OF SPRING
Displayed in the Klamath Shoe
Store may be wen baseballs, foot
balls and bats. There are enough of
them for every boy In town, and the
county boys, too. There Is a good
chance for a boy to earn one or more
of these articles, or a pair of Strong
School Shoes. It can bo done by get-
ting a ticket when the boy or girl
For the first time In many yearj has any repairing done, or even par
there was h decrease In the number chases a new pair of shoes. It is aur
of patents Issued by Great Britain prising how soon you will I ti a ve
enough tickets to get one of these
articles free. The Educator Ties thnt
The new municipal laboratory at the girl gets are just as stylish and
St. Petersburg Is to be named for the I as good perhaps even bettor—than
celebrated Russian biologist, Ketel - mother wears. Remember they are
New York ranked first, Alabama
Nearly al) the sapphires mined ii
the United States last, year came f ’om second and Pennsylvania third In the
a single deposit In Fergus County, production of natural graphite last
year, both as to quantity and value.
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES,"
"I have worn W. L. Dou«la« «hoot for th •
all year«, and always find they are far
superior to all other high grade ahoea In style,
comfort and durability.’* W. Q. JONES.
119 Howard Ave . Utica, N. Y.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at Brockton, Maas., and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes ar«*
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, a • I
are of greater value than any other me*
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