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Another Big Reduction On Fine Shoes
at the Regal Shoe Store, corner 6th and Haiti
To make room for our fine stock of spring styles in the celebraieci REGAL SHOES, to ar
rive the latter part of this week, we offer exceptionally low prices on k
MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN FINE SHOES XTinilr'
Men's Hanan and Walk-Over patent shoes, up to $7 values $2.45 Men's regular calf and Kangaroo Htnun shoes up to f 7 values $4.25
Men's regular Walk-Over shoes, 4.00 to 5.00 values $2.95 Men's 4.00 Welt shoes, short lines - $2.65
ladies' Walk-Over shoes, short lines and odds and ends $2,95 Ladles' 3.00 Welt shoes, short lines - $1,5Q
REGAL SHOE STORE
Buy your footwear at nn KycIuiIvc Shoe Store, Larger Xftcki, Nctvcr
Styles, All Widths and Belter Service. Kemcmbrr we will feature KrM
Shoes 'n quarter sixes, vpcr. moc iimioh guHraaietf,.
iJKK3BClaBBCT1HrcVJxca an awMtrxi
RFJ'RfSEMATIVIS FROM WASH
IXGTO.V WILL CONFKIl WITH
iiaiuins woomtr or noi in 7 nave oeen
RKTRKSKNTATIVKS FROM OHK. responsible for tho financial affair
GOV COXCKRXIXO UltllKJi:
It In debt about 1,100, to aay Both
Ins of a 11.400 debt Incurred Indi
rectly bjr the director ot the Chamber
and which U secured by the Individ-
ual notes ot the director.
The morning paper charge the
Johnson brother with mtsmanage-
VnAXtl V,tlthAP AA nf .tM TAtlRBAH
brother. U la the city at th present
time, aud there It no war ot ascer
taining whether or not they bare been
ALLEN BOYS GET
6. Fori! 1
jot tho local booster organisation.
1 However, the mere fact that the
j(onilniTper made the accusation
butdtfnd 'to acquit the Johnson of
111, especially m the true statua of
Unite Press Service
OtXUPlA. Wash.. Jan. 16
t. ' :nra. especially as me irue siaiu 01
etMkWt were Introduced In the a-(affair, was studiously repressed by
at today. IJotb houses pawed a res,tr.e .northwestern
eiatioB providing for a committee
of two senators and thrwj represent
tallve to confer with a like commit
tee of the Oregon legislature to agree
upon amount to appropriate for an
tatafatat. brldg across the Colum
bla River mi Vancouver.
The efforts of the morning paper to
perfect the reorganltatlon of the
Chamber was one ot the reasons for
tho careful Investigation ot the affairs
of the Institution. The disclosures
following this probe made clear the
J reasons for advancing the re-organ
.twaflMO -time) fls . -.-.. t-t- ..
The Power of the
CHBPHERD PIANO DEPOT
lJ KLAHATII I'At.l.S. OUKOON
COVFK.NOK OP VIRGINIA MVVH
MOU.NTAINKKIW FROM IlKATIt' I.OWIMJ ATTi-MI'W
TOMORROW IX TIIK KLKCTKIu) Tried to show that charge
CHA1K I m"", Jr Tn Herald again.!
. prominent cltUens were untrue.
Failed b.,CAo the grand Jury
Tried to discredit Mayor Nlch
olaa by printing alteccd ne
Ktorlea which were absolutely
Tried to discredit the ollce
J.'R. RateU of Merrill Is a Thurs
day TlaMor hi Om county Mat.
ttatloa plan. It waa after this Inrei-
.tlgatlon that the newly elected oHcer
declined to serve.
Thero hare been several plana for
-. .. - ... re-orranlsitlnn urr .! tn .(
u. u. new, a wu Known trav-i . - ... "" ' ""
Mnganlema.. Is her. from Portland. n,r ?" lb,t ;a IJO,ril,U l "'
. (tiafio Is the making good of the debt
mat mtrmrmm ur r7 u,i flf about ,3B0 Prr,0, W new
KW IfflCEIS MT TO JSAUfYr05"" w-
It ha been suggested that tte
Northwestern make good these debt.
Continued Irpm rage li It t9 argued that a the Northwestern
teraoon that this Is only a remote pos- ' ,0'n aboat '600 Pr HotB It be
.iLiti ciianotiff wf f.i viil -mmb.s).. a it..
SUID?BcIp1 tar svral mnnfha mmA ft.
araui. " -- - "" ho mc v
hlle the flnanelal condition of the monJr tbu wd be used toward the
organization Is given as one of the pr,n off of lhe db hlch the paper
reason for the probable failure or the c',pa, ,0 b anxious to "saddlj"'
Chamber of Commerce, tho attempt nn, Mr' arftTe. Mr. Hall and thlr
ol the morning newspaper to dictate ",oc!t
the policy right at the start will prob- Tho fact ,hat t08 Ppr would ne-
ety tsmseHce most or tne recently, " """- weniionej inci
-i...j , , 'ilpnl1lir.
nmvw uiku m meir oeiermination
United l'resi Service
RICHMOND. Va., Jan. Id (lor-
emor Mann today gave Floyd and
Claudo Allen, the HllUrllle court
oou.e rauru.ren, anoiner resiuie. r
They were to have been elcctrocut- forco by printing abtolut.ly ut
cd tomorrow, .
The governor announced that on'.
February 1st he would hear arau-l4
menta for the commutation
Dr. F. it. White made a business
trip to Merrill Wednesday.
Mrs. French, mother of Klm.r and
true stories, natablt among
which was the one about tho
man hitting tho other In the
head with an ale. Failed.
Tried to put Klamath Falls
under martial law. Fatted bo.
causo Governor West dUcoverd
In tlm the aboliit untruth nf
the charge made.
Orvlllo French, U confined to her
home on account ot Illness.
Tried to fnrro the tunaier.
ot Klamath Fall to pay doublo
. price for rity advertising. Failed
because the courta ntt still doing
llthUa Hsster Meet . business.
The regular meeting of Cascade Tried to eifnet-iliB Imilrtn.r.i
Tample. I'ythlan Klstcrs, will bo belt of police odlcrr tfue
tomorrow evening In t'o west ball of Northwestern reporter received
the i.O. O. F. building, There are a ' 4 black eye. Failed.
number of Important business mat-' Tried to discredit the Klaro
ter to be attended to at this time. H'i liar AMOdntlon. Failed.
- . .- . , Tried to Instruct Judro Mr
Itclfbahs Meet Tunlgtit (Jinn as to the disposition of the
Prosperity Itebekah I.odco hold fareoos msmlataua f.u..i
tho regular seml-montbly meeting to- brraii.e the Portland Jurist re
night In 1. O. O. F. hall. Initiation fu.rd to be dictated to.
to have nothing whatever to do with
KtaeUim that the proposed "re-1 t
mere. .etnlna; more wrultlffi '" WOO ,e,U' U
well KtaBMd attempt to saddle a 1B.. fivRTRims- a. rn
wtfw of debt on Innocent res- OfcRTRUDE ft CO.
Mat. It appear that tho Chamber'
lll )... h. nmAm t .1 . .1 ..
all member are urged to, attend. '
Wants good lumber. Ho want good
lumber to get the best result. I
jor carpenter getutlng the best ro
ults? if you aro jn joullt 0B iblt
point, tell hlra that tlio Dig Basin
1 umber Co. has Just received a. car of
the finest liuldo r finish ever shipped
into Klamath Falls. This is hlgti-
CUSS Stock, nun-hitaul ln.... I
T 'J yW at Dart,cu,r B""!'
e till! Ht.l.N(J,
9 Data Klamath Fall, a bUk
4fw by to puWJetttlon of un
llrttii la tifttorui featurv. !
"ttewp." to tbU elty ailer wuih '
Dhuaed ttuw i (t wi a UimI
nHtapf without printing any
local mm until alter It bad b
come ancient hl.tory.
IMvited lnlrtt4 Kopto
outside of Klamath Falls by
printing uudcr the caption uf
the paper tho lolloalng line.
"City official neaipaper."
lloughl some btlck tLat did
not match the nscMlte and sux
of the staff, and succc.ded In
selling sumo ot ihcsi to Klamath j
Made a well known msgiilne
wrltertho laughing stock of a '
rural community. i
Almost made Colli. P. Hunt i
Jngton turn over In hi grave by
O a threat that the Moulbent Pa- ,
tide would no longer be patron '
lied by tho paper. i
Ktbllb4 an advertising
rate by the terms of whtrn on
business may may pay 3tt cent
per inch for advertlsnr, ahlle )
another u tared 33 cent.
AUt MH MU.SS4H
Wh.n lb- In.uIUWmii Its b h
tfHtlr ff4lrn la m4i
tttslbods r sMUIa, sir.jt U
mH f4tltM a, 1 tnit
Nrtsiii t tkf .. it imtm
the, llatti )ur wok de4
Ifeeky t4 II will U ilM a Ur
I wiled 9tt wve uf tVHM aa4 .14)
ftt4 wvttisseit i )mr xriW.
Frank Fish haa returned from an litrator should nai hm itih, ...i.uhi Uhtrnw i.. n..... .... ,,...
extended vUlt to California nolnU. , 11 bondsmtn. exonerated from fur. liuford llurcu.. uinni. win ..n .
Illftf llftllltltV UI tAMla Imlk.l. .. I .. . ( 1 . . . k .
The Ladle, (lulld of the KpUcopal Dated this nth day of December, upou the terms and condition. i..f
f .... ...
church will meet Friday, January 17, 191!,
at z:3U p. m., at the home of Mr. B. wu. nirvnav
1. Etowart. it.it A,it,.ii. ,,.. a. ,,...'.-
,.---- i -- "mii raw iinio.
, m-iiier meniloucil, aud subject to
tonilrmallou by said County Court of
Klaumiu County, Orcgou, on or niter
i tho 17h dy of February, 1913, nil
I the right, title, Interest and wUto of
, in said Margaret Ann llatgu and
1 l-ZI.2S-4.il h
Olllce of tho Treasurer of Klamath AOTIOK TO CRKDtTORa)
. . . . .. ' ' f.tlU A L UB1 Bllll
Notice Is hereby gives that there i t-.. u .. T . ... ,i. .. .... i . .' " ""
are fund. In .,, county treaaury for' "ZllT m rlbsd: ' " ' Mc"""""r -
Tliu (onus and contllt(nni nf i.ai.i
- HiwH-viuti i'riur to Auni i.i --- t- . --. ii'
1910. ' " ''if. Decw4. , "lu Bro o bu U cash In gold colni
Interest will cease from this date I No,,M U u,r'b BM " ,0 Unl,c'1 HutM of America, or'
December 27, 1912. I "ndwslgnod ha bee appointed Ad.i0"'"a" C8u auJ balance secured'
Cl.AUDK DAOOKTT, i n,lnl'ratrU of the above mUU. and ' bT tini """Bflse upon the said prop-1
uiui au ptrson bavus cUisui""7' "' 1'uri.uaser cau assuiuo It.ul
against said Mtato anall emui, lynnt of u certain murta-acn nu
We have the kind you
have been looking" for
THE G. E. IRONS
arc guaranteed for life.
Price only $4.00
Baldwin Hardware Co.
f lain ,rc-tf between 4 nnd 9
Xirtlco of rieUlMsTnt X&3mKn-
ten Final Accoswt ajui Hesiriac
them, with proper Toucher, within up0' IJ prnmUi In favor i I
(rorn tb. daU ol thU ao-1 1,' ala,",' ot Oregon, In the sum of
1 j . . . I I9f.n nA .! i .
, z?z"7zr;M. ssnA "saa
six lafinllm hnn
. .,, ,uw SBM t lBM B0.. ---. ----- w...U, , ,a ,Um
tic, to said admlnbKraUU at fear 'zco,0 ai (uo olc of tit. pur-
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Oregon, for Klamath Cauntv.
Is the Matter of tb. Estate of 8. W.
Notice Is hereby clven Hi.t u.
Duncan, a administrator of th ..
!tto of 8. w, Kllgor. dereas.d, ha
rendered, presented ror ttii,t.
and SIN In said court hi 9ual ac
count of tb. administration t.t w,i
estate, together with a petition for
hi discharge, and that tha lxth a.
nf January. 1913. at 10 ovinob . -'
of tliai daw a. Il,.'...i. . .
-. .... ,, , luuui, cimrx nouse
W ""W !)
Dated this 9tsrdr ofJanuarr.
Administratrix of th. KUU of Wll
Kara Pltu, Dscm4.
n Too Matter of Tb. aiiwduMbln'
chasu prlco bid to b bI4 U Mia
The ral hUU herein 4rwtaM4'
to be sold 1 described as: Tb. Nkju i
of the NKJ4 and Lou 3 tad 4 of c-i
tlou 3l! nn.l ll,. Mliri ..... , I
MdtheBWU oftb.HBVi.gaUU !
J. 3, 3, and 4 of Mectloa 13; and Lot J
lo "ctloii20jBdU.Ni4ofth. J
i --. -. or in. NWH
h XSliE!' - ." ,;.
n.-..aa . :r" I "''
I III Lis. . ..
of Mid county, In th. court room of Th" P.r.on. l?"iT,U? , A" bl" 0r oWw" b. U wrll.
wb.r. the above eotltled court I MarnrJ j I .. UUUt ot iDS -Dd ' dellvor.4 tn T"
H.W. in K..-..L ..,? 2!".1- .M.a.rM.t- Ann '" Hrry dressed t fh.V ,.....!, U,w ''
BUIOrfl ir.ra-ua, Ul.u. ".. wvaiHUIil.
MM, In Klaautb Fall. -i..h
Conaty, Oregon, haa been
old eonrt as tho tlm. and th. pl.w,
respectively, for the sattlamant r
aid Acoeunt and th. bearing of said
WtltloB for discharge, at which time
aad place aar person latr.u i..
aid Ute my appear aad HI. ex-
eopuotM IB writing to tbaal,flB.i
acountwaad eeaUsi th. au ..
bow eauao, J ar, why aM admia-
Buford Ilargtu; MImt,
Kuykonilall a rargtuo.
.. .o.aui uouaty, mad. oa tb.
... uy of January, li, )t tb. mat
ter of tho Ouardlan-!. nt i'h t...
on and Katat. r u.. .
Hargu. ad ii.rry uford JIb',fU,,
Z " .. 'Jt ' ",,0w,w w Ouardlaa
of the Perion. usd lUlaU of tb
Now is the time you
A lotion uneqtiMled for
chapped hand nd
ore lips. Try a
bottle and bt
1M of Marar.t AbVZ T.,l3
"niry liuford Hargua, MlaJT I
KUVKICNDALL S j
-rara ror Qumdu.,
Whitman Drug CoJ
r I i-