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All Card Goods, gold and filled 20 per cent
All Leather Goods . . . 25 per cent
All China, Cut Glass, Clocks and Bronzes.25 per cent
All Silver and Plated Toilet Ware 20 per cent
All Silver and Plated Hat and hollow ware. 20 per cent
All Chains. Charms and Lockets 20 per cent
All Rings and Bracelets 15 per cent
All Gold,filled,siler and silverine w'tch's.15 per cent
These are "bargain Prices" seldom heard bf. on goods
such as I carry, considering guarantee, quality, regular
price, and nice, new, and up-to-date articles
G. HEITKEMPER, JR.
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
Diiinon ds n I Contract Uo. ni
Included In lull sale .
Men III Willi')- (ho lienit lit Klamath.
A II. Natttgcr loft thin morning
(or Snn Trnnclnco on n business trip.
Attractive slhenvnre Just received
j O, T. Shr.ml wont to Dorrls this
l're-.erc kettles nml Jolly glasses
'nro ripe lit tlio M.unrej DomI.
I Judgo Tlii).. Drake linn none to
' OakUml. Cnl., for n tow weeks' visit.
i Uuslni'sj Is' pressing at the Pant
County Judge J. II. (lrimtli nml
family hnw gune to I In- mountain
for n lo weeks' oullnK.
The Stilt Dry Hoods Co. has Just
'revelled a fine line of Ni'imi corsets,
-:- WHY SUFFER FROM -:-
Kidney s Bladder Troubles
When MYAL'S STONE ROOT COMPOUND
Is such a positive remedy? It stimulate!
the kidneys to the full performance of their
function, cllntinatcs uric poisons from the
system and sets as soothing, healing
agent upon tru bladder. By Its timely use,
healthful conditions of these organs are
promptly restored. PRICE, S1.00 per bottle
Klamath Falls, Oregon
TRAVEL IN COMFORT
From Klamath Falls to Dorris
VIA STEAMER AND STAGE
Going, Steamer Klamath leaves Klamath Falls 1 a.m.
Tickets can be secured day before leaving.
Passengers desiring sleeping berths can secure
them on application at the office of
iUamath Lake Navigation
MAIN STREETNEAR BRIDGE
PIES AND CANDIES
ICE CREAM PARORS
MRS. R. M, SARTER, Proprietor
PHONE 315 OPPOSITE AMERICAN HOTEL
OPPOSITE OPERA HOUSE
MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11:30 to 2
DINNER, 6 to 8:30
Are prepared to serve banquets and dinner parties
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
isssssssssssssssM-lsfcJ,,t XJmWA , Vi """"""
J J llam.ik.ci
2o.ti.ne i tlnil)!aliolii'4iliu'tMiliHi
lliillolln. is In town mi luinl buslne-n.
See Ikio 1.1 glit toil)- fur nan paint
liir. an.l p.iperhunglng if
Jeiome I1. fhuatilll Ih In tin- il
frnln Yrekn looking after III Inter-
cuts In I lilt SeCtlOtl.
l.oers of iiiimlr iiinnnt uffunl to
xiorlook iln minerl liy I In' I'.if
Mr Itnhcrl I'oole ninl daughter
Mlti A I In- have returned from (ir.int
I'ass where they hale been visiting
for scleral eek
Above all get i" f those hand
some picture! for tl ut Star DriifC
llnrry I'elts arrlvc.1 hero )estcrda
with hi new automobile. The ma
chine li one of the hot that nan been
brotiRht Into the city.
Only too pleased to show you our
special on these new picture. Star
We ran supply ou with any kind
of furuituure nml liouc furnishing.
Virgil & Son. at 1 1 1 bridge on Main.
Llojd Fountain, one of the nif m
, bers of the Mo iik lompany, was over
'come by heat Ihln morning, nut was
able to leave with the company.
Just In lit Winter' A large snlp
incut of Kdlson phonographs and
, For Sal or Trud. Itesld-nce and
business properly In I be best town
In Willamette valley. Inquire at the
I'. Scholl has opened hi liu cream
'and confectionery More in the Amerl
can block lie lias a ver) neat room
.and la sure to do a good business.
1 For general house cleaning and
I chimney sweeping call on Webb A
'.MoiiKold. Phone 393.
(let jour Hewing machines uud sup
plies at Muller'B, who will save ou
money Cor. Cih and Main.
Mr. and Mrs. (.eater Klrkpatrlck,
Oeorge Klrkpatrlck and Miss Nelson
nro spending a few week. In the
north part of the county and nt
Ilnnd painted China on exhibition
In the Itepubllcuii officii window for
sale ut one-third of regular price.
Mm. A. H. Wesson.
Largest and most complete stock
of Kdlson phonographs and records
In Klamath county at K. W. Mullcr'a
corner 6th and Main. ult&
Mrrtlll. .t,nrij' It regMHliil.lt'.
Ladles' lung ctmninl skill glniVJ
nt the llnvmi Sim "f
t p Taber was i pnenger to
Morrlii tlih mornlni:.
Fur the best lit: In tottii full nl
the Maiiiiniilii Hlalile II. W. Htniw.
KKIM' COOL NIc. Hue f '"en's
nlpn.-n t.cn ninl turn') " H'"
llostnu Htm. ',f
Iti.) Walker l.nn r. I in mil limn
Ashland nhere he went to attend
Chautauqua. He reports a ery pleas
Mist Laura Snelllng. who Is the vl
ollnlst of the Lnkevlew oicheliu.
left this morulng for Pitlaml. wh.i
she will continue the study of the,
Instrument whlrh she already mas
ters exceedingly well
tine of the ilnces nliOMlnK llu'liM
. .. . .. led sIkiis of nrosiierll) l the u , Ileal
III me IIUIIMII!! f
whirl, ban made a decided Iinpiox
'men! In Its Inteilor Tln'ieiil.r par
tit ton ha been lelnove.l uml the In
terlor nt her Is iiuodld. llh the
r.iiull that It prertelils .. i'r) alll.n
t Im iippeiiritiiie.
Ilrlng jour clnlhel the I'siiln-
$1 $3 Pictures forfj
WITH A $2.50 CASH PURCHASE
Remember to Get Yours
sec large variety in windows
Star Drug Store
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
raMBMSiSMa-a-a-aTa-a-aiBs a swin i Tn,7zizu,r
Objects of Survey
llli III I b llllllH lue mil l.i b. i
elpntnl ill looked fur III n Mill )
iimluiitliin 'I bin Murk must b ron
torluum ami let n make Hum bnik i.Mm,. HtMU, , nllll , r.
ml In Hie betterment of the uuilciil I
llr I.. I. Truio, nieiitl) fiuiil Col- tune of Hie ilMrl.l. illher li Hilut
iimbiis, (Ihlii, has de tiled to lixiite In
this city and will oicupy nxun In
the WlthroK-Mvlhase blink after Ju
ly :i ilf
Lewi tlerb-T bu relumed from
4 trip lit Horse Ft) valley lie sn)s
rrop are looking fair, but not good
Ha) lug I In progrens In all part of
the count) and In the Hprague rlvr
alley the harvest I ter) kimnI
II. St. Oeorr.v lllshop and (I llelt-
keinper, Jr , made n trip to the Wll
llatnson rher bridge yesterday In
the former's line launch At Ilia,
place the) met Mr and Mrs J rt,
drofltld, who situ returning from
Spring creek and brought them back
lo ihl illy
Tb 1'asmori' trio Mill play at the
oprru house tomorrow evening Mm
(leo. Trail, from Ashland, write-
opportunity of hearing such taien: ,
lug .ml uilile.liuble i iiiiillllinis or
railing to our liotlie poaslbllllles
nhlrh lo llm present have nut been '
l.vkeu Inlo nrrouul
Mu.liiM I'd lute Tonight.
The iflUierMKrnph picture entertain-lll-tll
will open ngulu tbl eveiilm;
with an entire ne line of plctuien
Tonight "rUtnn at I'lay. "A fiulvt
lintel." "Dreamland," the greatest
colored transformation plrtuie ever
given In Klamath Falls. Mr. L'dlh
Cm In Illustrated songn. Admlsilon
fill I I
"" ' I ' I)1M
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1 ' . 'ilt.l
ll (f . .
Vi r) Inleivillug heiii.uo.
"Am In love with the
they are 'great' In every way.'
llev l ('Hikllll. of the Methodist
. hun It, delivered n very Interesting
termini esterdnv evening, using for
his uinlerlul ettrncl from four ad-dr.-su-s
that h heard while attend
ing ('liaiila.Hiia at Ashland. II"
a.u.W.. t.. .. Inv... .ini..i.nlliiii ......
ought to bring a crowded hi I'M
, ., ,. ., . , , ... Ids remarks wen. to the imiIui and
greet these illllngullied vUllors
. . ., , ,. eviiMlliiglv well IHiolralitl
Thos- who wish seat should seiur.-l
them at ouiv, at tliinhaui's, n the.
ore going rapidly.
Hubert Casey and County Clerk
C. It. Del-ap have made an eichange
of property whereby Mr Ik-Lap In
come the owner of the old l-wls
place on the West Hide and Mr Cas
ey gels Hi" l)e.ap home n. the . or-
ner of I'lne and Tenth streets and
I2IIUU Mr. Ilelip will move to Hie
proM-rly he han ac.iilre. and Mr
Cs-y will mote to Ashland In a few
months where he will make his
Tito machinery has been Installed
In the llonama grist mill, but J. O.
Ilarnakcr Bays If rains do not coin
In the next ten days there will not
bo much grain to grind.
Kvery Ringer and everyone who
1ms u fair volcn and those, who are
Interested In music should attend
the Hummer Music School,
To make room for new goods that
are now on the way we are disposing
of all second-band articles we bav
left at prices less than cam. Virgil
Clms. I'attee, of Bonanza, Is meet
ing with success In the manufacture
ofconcroto blocks for building pur
Pohcs. Ifn has built n machine- for
tho manufacture of the blocks and
the experiments with the same bare
been very satisfactory.
They are swell and down to date
they have the quality and are useful
some new things at McHstton's.
(leo. Chastaln and family returned
yesterday from Spring i-r.-ek, when,
they have been for the past two
weeks. They had a very enjoyable
time und taught lots of lUli. They
will leave for Itonanrn In n few iln)
o visit with relatives. returi.lng'lier.i
about the first or the month when
Mr. Chastaln will enter upon his du
ties In the Khlve llios. t Co. store In
which he Is Interested.
I 1h Mung Tli.-utrlcnl roitipauy left
this morning for lnkevlew. The
troupe will p!ay ut llonauin tonight
nml will play for several nights at
l.afaetlw upon their arrl.nl In that
town Folli.Hlng Hie Lnkevlew en
gugeiiient ih. will vuu Allurni and
n number of other ('Hllfnriiln town)
ami will l hen leturu lo this city
The f.iremll ,y ilalurday night
was not larg.ly attend. d and, owing
to Hie IIIikis of one of Hie mcmlnir
of iln troupe, li was necessary to
.hitiiKe lb" play liinti-ml of pr.-si-u.
lug "Uiiwii on Hie Fi.rm" I ho pl.t)
"Comrade" sun clven ugaln, itlvlnR
general snllsfi.i Hon
Leroy Htnllh got a license lodnv
to mnrry Miss IMIili Jones of" Ijhu
Nl'MMKIt Ml HIC NCIHMd,.
Iteglunlng la Klanull. I'aIN July j
and ending Augimi nth,
Tho opening -neeilng Wednesday
evening. July 22, Is KltKK. The pub
lic Is cordially Invited to attend. I)r
a. A. Heritage, the Summer School
Instructor, will sing a few songs, and
explnln fully the work of the classes.
Or. It. A. Heritage hlix been In
musical work all of his f. After
a good elementary training under
such men of national reputation as
Boot, Odgen, Leslie, Slrauh und En
erhard, he later nludled with L, Hus
ton (lotlschalk, of Chicago, and Hlg
nor Victoria Carpi of Milan, Holy,
seven years In Voice; and of Dr. Uu
Is Falk and Frederick Urant nicssm.
of Chicago, In Harmony, and Johami
rrercK in urrheat ration. He ,us
taught 31 yours and stands as m. ,.i
the foremost musical authorities In
Amorlca. Ho Is a life member of tho
National -Music Teachers' .Association.
H. J. WINTERS
DEALEK IN WATCHES
J.VU. . i I . MX.
The llk.-l 1
ncr-s of land m
Hint It will k
one ear 11
the laud and
rlmr and pla '
Hon The i'-"'
but we te i
ibt tl !HI)
t run la'
r lt Mlj
J 3 ralitln-.
it IL. oui
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..iti Cumpia;, J
j Mitit. '
SKM'lv It N' II I dt MM.
til Wood n
Co, lOlllllnlnr i
cluavd. ' For I '
.'Hire of T A
a ict, KUsi:l
a rrj, 1(5 mi
a I AH W
.. .'oa, AitUitJ
III ALL MlSlf jlVni!.
CnlllH Mild bear
Hrnnd" nl ll-i't"
Look nobb ' ' '
repair cloth. a-
MerrlU.. The town without a boom.
TICKETS ON SALE
: . TO ALL POINTS . :
Baggage Checked Through to Destination
Sleeping Car Berths Reserved
KLAMATH LAKE NAVIGATION CO'sSOgjg
MAIN STKKKT, NKAK BRIIH1K
T. A. K. FASSETT, - CITY TICKET AGTJ