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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1910)
A YEH STORE WITH NEW l.lHilm,
NEW MKTHttliN AND NEW PRICEM.
According to Previous Announce
ments the doors of the New Store
will swing open
t\D SEI.L FOR CANH.
THAT’S W Hi WE NELL FOB LENH”
Saturday, Apr. 2
though Hie *lix k* will not la- i-oniplete for another we«*k. This we very much regret a* it Is our ambition to
make this stori- the
Leading Store in Klamath Co
wi - ii -
c*|H-«hill) utixioii* to lime i-vi-ry ii<-|mrtiiM-nt filli-«! U> overflowing witli bright, m-w
Howi-«i-r, at llic most it will I m - but a f«*W «bort day* until our t-nlir«- stork* will I m - on «lisplay
subject to your rarefili iii«|M-ction. anil
*U|>|«i) your manta than nt thia atore.
feel safe tn faking the pri-ilb tion tlmt you'll not Hml a lM-ttcr ulace to
Everything to wear for everybody «over« th«- Held compl«-t«-ly, and at
pri<«*> from 2.-. to lit |a-r cent lower llutn you an- uw*d to frying.
s | mi
We do not make this statement with disre-
t to the merchants of Klnituilli County, but our system of handling nu-ri luin«li*e
methods of liuying
(Is ing conni-i ti-il with more tluui forty other atore) enables us to buy in quantiti«-« tliat a
single merchant cannot hope to ilo. anil when you stop to consider Ihl* advantage alone It will I m - easily sera
that we an- In a | h >*I i I oii to do exactly us we say, sell you the world's best men handitw- at u lower price.
We ask you to ex|M»ct more of us tfian any other slon- anil w.-'ll see tluit you un- not disappointed.
Our Mission in Klamath Falls
I* not to destroy and ■ ondi-mn. hut to assist and ini|>rove.
lien- for a short time, to do business on th«» g«-t-ri< h-quick
morrow is more ini|M>rtant with us than today.
We are not
We want to make tills
store a la-tter store next month than it is this month; to do a greater
volume of business next year than we'll do this year.
To grow and grow
In k<s-ping with Houltiei-n lingon'« new metropolis. and to give you a store
that will hr second to non«- in th«- entire country.
We ask your supjiort
i>n the merits of our merchan<ii*e and the mann<-r in which we handle
1 merli a
will be found here at price« you would
expert to jmy in New York City.
Not one suit in the lot hut is bright,
new. Spring 1M10 styl«*«, and while
the selection will not b<* found aa
large aa some, you will find ample
stocks from which to make your
The chief thing in buying clothes
is to pay just enough to get the brat;
and not too much.
Men's and Young Men's Suits at
from *10.00 to *20.00 is a reason
able price to jiay, provid«-d you get
We guarantee to give
you mon- quality in our suits for the
pric«- |iaid than you can possibly get
The lnrg«-st and
ni o a I compiiti
stiM k of NI iih - s In
a Walt* your
■ ben p. ill-n««iaiM
h*-sl, rea «< Hia lil y
priieil NI hh - s
Brat-Ever Clothes tor Little Gents
(Children) saves the coot «wits of your
pocket book, your pride—and yonr
hoy’s personal appearance.
Pric«*d per Suit from *O.,'tA down
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK
given the property of the Hot Springs ('OURT DECISION VIRTUALLY
was atarti»d to put the Herald out
Company, the sales of lots have been
of business, and the direct threat i
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phenomenal. There had been no se
was alleged tn have bran made to
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 29.
crecy about this. The fact that all
some of the bualneu men that if they ,
TRYING TO REGAIN FOLK HAL did not ceas«» to do bualneas with S. <>. JOHNSON NAILS CANARD of the property in the vicinity of the —The Supreme Court of the State to
THAT Is GAINING STRENGTH
I'RENTIGE HF H IN MINT
proffered site, as well as the larger day handed down a decision granting
the Herald their credit would be
proportion of that remaining unsold a writ of habeas corpus in tho case
chopped off Some of the weak-kneed
ones were scared Into line, but the The Mainali! Ih-ii-iopiiu-nl Company in the tract, has been disposed of has of W. W. Roberts, accused of violat
Ila« MI m M im I hm I <• Pretty Good K«*|«ti.
led the designing ones to grab onto ing the Otis anti-betting law. in that
others wore not There, also. Is Wil
Stand* lU-ady to Make Its
talion for Making and Itrvak
this fact as a last straw. The fool- , he held money wagered on a horse
lits In connection with Charlie Moore
ishneas of their position is proven by race. The opinion practically allows
Everyone knows that when Moore
Mr Johnson's reply. The property- | oral betting to be indulged in.
takes snuff Willits sneezes untit he Is
And the people of
For the past several days there has offered the county can be disposed of
Mayoi Sauderson is working hard told to quit.
Klamath Falls would be loath to have lM-en cm rent on the streets of the city for over $30,000, and since all of
You know what a good teacher
to regain his old-time prestige among
ns their executive a man who would u rumor to the effect that the Klam the property that might be affected means to a child. You know
the voters of the city, but It la evi wear leading strings so willingly But
ath Development Company was on by the removal of the court house : he means to a community. We must
dent from hl* peevishness that he is nevertheless, Mr. Willits has many the |K>lnt of withdrawing its offer of house has bran sold it can readily- be
have schools and we must have
not nirating with the huccmm he udmirable points, declare hla friends, the free court house» site made to the seen that Mr. Johnson and his asso teachers
The Normal School ques-
During his tenure of mui If he would only consent to bi county court some weeks ago. The ciates have no selfish motive back of tion is now submitted free from poli
ofllce, and In fart ever since h«» was ll candidate they could place him in basis for the rumor was that the of- their offer to the county. It is what tics.
That'6 the way you want it
honored by being sent io the council, 'the mayoralty chair without trouble i fer was originally made for the pur they have (ontsnded. and what this kept If you pay taxes on $1.000, It
pose of securing advertising that paper contended—an effort to secure will cost you 4 cents a year to main
he haa worked assiduously for polltl-1
would prove a valuable aid in bring- i for Klamath Falls the best means of tain the State Normal at Monmouth.
lie has never hesitated to ROONEI ELT DEFI KN THE
about the sale of lota in the Hot advertising that can be secured I Vote Yes on this bill.
rast off old friends and take on new
It was further through the erection of a fine public
<>nes Thia iMillcy la coming home to
stated that all but a few lota in the building
most with n vengeance, Ono of the United Press Service.
The Canby is again in commission
have been sold and that now
meanest things that can
after having completed some of the
the company was seeking a loophole
a man Is that he goes back on hla
repairs that she has been undergoing.
friends, and then» are many in the sent him by the Niitionallsts, Roose to wlthdrn» the offer, in order that
¡it might sell the property and realixe
- Ity who are today making that stat«»-
To the Stockholders of the Klamath
inent about the mayor
It la a diffi of Egypt today took a square stand Its value, which is something over
cult matter to prove the truth or
tion is indicat
To reach flic bottom or the story
falsity of such a charge, but It Is a recent
You are hereby notified that a spe
ed in all ordi
pretty well established fact that San Boueros. Pasha, so vigorously that ( and secure affirmation or denial di-1 cial tn«»etiug of the stockholders of
nary diseases of
I rect from Mr. 8. O. Johnson, presi the Klamath Water Users' Associa
derson has sought to promot«» hia
Colonel's fearlessness. The Nation dent of the Klamath Development
political welfare through the making
tion will be held in the Houston
<>f promises that he never kept. And alists were charged with the reapon-1 ¡Company, this paper wired the fact Opera House. Klamath Falls, Oregon,
good effects be
to that gentleman, and tn reply Mon- Saturday. April the 16th. 1910. at
a man who will not keep political
from tiio very
promises la apt to forget the friends the fact that many of the students' , day received the following telegram: the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. for the
and faculty of the university are In ' “To The Republican:
Trst. It is com
The ru purpose of increasing the par value
who helped to make hint. It la tn
the failure to keep thee«- promises sympathy with the Nationalists, there mor referred to in your telegram had of the shares of stock of the said
purest and the
that every politician must attribute
association from the sum of 120 per
When the public la cer ing to the enlightened Egyptians, re about to take steps to deny It when share to the sum of $30 per share,
tain that their ideal la made of bad gardless of politics, that the Colonel your message reached mo. 1 am glad and for the further purpose of au-
and other har
material they soon pasa him by. and wan warmly applauded and congratu to avail myself of the use of your thorizing the Board of Directors of
mful drugs be
valuable publication to convey to the the said association to levy assess-
It would aeent that thia la to be th«»
people of Klamath Falls aud Klam ments against the stock subscriptions
i aa«- with Handeraon.
The many dis
ath County that the Klamath Devel of the said association sufficient in
The vehemence with which Willlts
opment Company stands ready to amount and against each and every
W < declaring that lie would not accept
About tlie also of your shoes. It's make good Its offer of a free court share subscribed to reimburse and. to
i he nomination for mayor Is bcgin-
house site. Let it be understood that pay back to the stock subscribers un
ning to bear in on hla friends and
der her liable
they are exhibiting sings of fear that people can wear shoes a size smaller our company does not recede from der what is known as the "Upper
Emissaries have come Project" such amount or amounts as to many Functional disorders that
lie really means what ho says and will by shaking Alien a Foot-Ease, the an Its position
to buy this property i such subscriber or subscribers have not only tend to destroy her comfort
Willits has n faculty of
and happiness, but which gradually
doing just such things
While he thing for dancing parties, patent at a good figure, giving as a reason from time to time paid to said asso- merge into chronic and serious dis
that it vias too valuable to be given l elation upon the assessments made eases
would niak«» a strong race, thore are
When rubbers or over away, but all theae have been turned and levied by the Board of Directors
Nyal’s Vegetable Prescription is
stronger mon In the city. The one new shoes
The Klamath Development of said association for the accom without a peer for the successful
big handicap that he would have to shoes become necessary and
treatmnet of female weakness, pain
labor along with Is his connection shoes pinch. Allen's Foot-Ease gives Company has no desire to withdraw plishment of the purposes of this as ful and disordered menstrutation,
with the bank combine, Ever since Instant relief. Sold everywhere. 25c. Its offer and all efforts to bring about sociation; said stock subscribers be hysteria, cramps, “bearing down
Address, Allen S. such an act will prove unavailing
theae Institutions Issued the atate- Sample free
ing limited to those whose stock sub pains,” inflammation and falling of
This is a remedy of
N V Don’t ac-
8 O JOHNSON,
inent that they would have to call in
scriptions are hereafter canct-l'ed by the womb.
their loans if the farmers did not do copt any substitute.
Development i ¡lie Secretary of the Interior.
ALBERT E. ELDER.
thua and ao, there has been a rising
Thus McCormick, from Keno, is
Feeling ugHinst the banks of the city.
Under the able management of W. Secretary Klamath Water Users’ As
Cor. 7 th and Main 8treete
Thia was added to when the fight visiting his daughter. Mrs L. O. Milla 8 Worden and the wide publicity
Klamath Falls .... Oregon
ACCUSED Of FORGEniHG FRIENDS
EFfOdlS MADE TO BUY THEM OFF
A business is to be made in Cal
cutta of slaughtering the big brown
rats of that city for their skins, which
are useful for bookbinding and for
a great variety of small leather
Part I m wishing sagebrnah land
clears», call on or write.
W. W. HASTEN.
Klamath Falla. Ore.
Ofllc« CriMler-ettlu Building
C. C. BROWER
COUNSELOR AT LAW
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
ROOMS 7 A 8. MURDOCK BLOG
WILL A. LEONARD
DR. C. P. MASON
Office in American Bank A Trust Com
pan y’s Building
United States Commissioner
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
Office. Third and Main, opposite City
BENSON A. STONE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
and Trott Bldf.
KLAMATH FALLS - OREGON