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About feople You Know
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qiartM Kkk, a aronlnent Indian of
UM IHIIUUW, IB YUlior mre ur
OffioM In Town.
a W. CMHM. livestock hnjtsr Md
sniffer of Merrill. U transacting htul
in Khunath Falls today.
Woman Buys tat
Georgia Davis of Doasmutr yester
day purchased from H. 8. Newton and
wife the six room house and lot at
100? High street. The deal was made
throcah the R. E. Smith Realty com
BatMi tails Frsferty.
It X. ahnlth Realty coaapaay
yesterday sold to 8. C. Frew of Poo
Valor Die tot and famished louse at
4l Sixth street
Sues en Nets.
Charles Taltec started suit in cir
cuit court today against K. W. Whet
stone and wife to recover 1159.75 as
balance due on a promissory note.
Thn nliintlff is renreeented br E. L.
D. W. Marshy, engineer In charge of
all dralasge work done by tho United
Stales reclamation aervice, arrived
last evening from Los Angeles, to visit
the Klamath project
BUM IS ON
STATE SENATOR PROM THIS DIS
TRICT HIAOS COMMITTKK ON
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND HAS
PLACE ON OTHIRS
George T. Baldwin, state senator
from this district, has been named on
five committees of the senate by Qua
Moser or Multnomah county, president.
Senator Baldwin It chairman of the
committee on public buildings and a
member of the committees on educa-
Sues for Bill.
Harris Brothers arc plaintlfis in a
suit filed today in circuit court against Hon, I trillion, banking and railroads.
H. II. Roberts. Plaintiffs seek to col- This Is his nrst term In the senate,
lect $40 alleged to be due for threshing but lie is well known oter the entire
grain last fall. Bert C Thomas ep-j stale,
pears for plaintiff. )
WeWi Funeral Tomorrow.
list funeral of the late Mrs. H. R !
Welsh, who died Monday afternoon.!
vtt bo held tomorrow morning from!
tbt Whltlock chapel at 10 o'clock. Rev.
W. S. Sambo of the Christian church I
wfil offer the sermon.
Kfrehner Buried Today.
The remains of the late Andrew
Ktrahner were laid to rest this after
MM with rites of the Odd Fellow
Lait. A considerable number of his
hrathera and many friends attended
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ELECTS
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS FOR
NEXT YEAR ROGERS CASHIER
Welch Is paying the highest price in
tews for hides and fur. 106 South
flank street lot v n nem -. ruii nn.i
dnt of the First National bank of
As Chlleete about the Klamath
jh i Tuoeday and Wednssdsy
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VI Bamaace at the Jungle in 3 Acts
, .Brass Canard and Francis Ford in
H HEROINE OF SAN JUAN"
'A ThrflMag Drama hi 2 AcU
f Oeawiy inl Act
Bmm Ream in AIL. Admission 10c
the Orpheus gives only one show
shgisTiliig promptly at
Klamath Falls at the annual meeting
of the directors yesterday. Leslie
Rogers was re-elected cashier.
Following are all the officers chesen:
President E. R. Reames.
Vice President I F. Willlts.
Cashier Leslie Rogers.
Assistant cashier Ida Homyer.
Assistant cashier J. M. Moore.
Assistant cashier A. M. Collier.
The following directors were elect
ed: E. R. Reames. L. F. Wllllto. A. M.
Collier, J. M. Moore, C. U Moore and
Any hat under J8 50 you can buy for
f 1.50 at
Gertrude & Co.
GIVES $10 BUT
IS NOT ASKED
MONTANA WOMAN SENDS 110 FOR
TERMINAL FUND, ALTHOUGH
NO ONE SOLICITED A SUBSCRIP
TION FROM HER
Although no one solicited any sub
scription from her, Mrs. Ophelia Glenn
of Butte, Mont, has sent a f 10 check
to be added to the fund to buy termi
nals for the 8trahorn railroad. The
check was sent through' her agent, E.
Mrs. Glenn owns a small ranch south
of town, and says she believes the new
railroad will enhance the value of her
property and should be supported by
all., persons. Interested in Klamath
INDIAN ACCUSED OF !
ASSAULT IS RELEASED
McKlamy David, accused of assault
with a daagerous wehpoa, waa re
leased .yesterday afternoon by Bert C.
Thomas. United 8tatea commissioner,
on molten of Horace M. Manning,
counsel for David. Thonuui held that
David probably acted In self defease.
Robert N. Rankin, deputy United
States attorney, who waa here to pros
ecute for the government returned to
Portland today. Deputy United States
Marshal Derry will leave In a few
We wish to close out every single
hat before leaving for the But to pur
chsse Spring Stock.
Gertrude & Co.
Why not stock your ranges to their
full capacity. San Francisco Cattle
Loan company will loan you the
money. For particulars apply
GEO WATT. Klamath Falls, Ore.
Postoflca hoi MS. It-Mt
January Clearance Sale
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Just thirty hats left, regular IMS.
11.50 and I3.S5. Your choice for 5c at
Gertrude & Co.
For a few days only I can sell you L'jthe Olrl'tnH the' Tenor,'
an inside let In the best part of Mills
Addition for $150.00 en easy terms.
Can sell the corner adjoining for
$1734)0, or both for $32&00. You'll
likely not have the same chance again.
See Chilcote. 10
William Fox Presents
Virginia Pearson In
"A TORTURED HEART
The Dramatic Story of a Woman's
Struggle for Happiness. Written and
directed by W. S. Davis. '
The Harbor of Happiness,"
Vltagraph Drama In 3 Farts
"The Cede Letter,"
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MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
Tl'ESDAVS AXD SAXUHDAYS
rOULDN'T a nlc: srni coji ) fine tor tittt wr4ilm;
Mtft li our opporturiUjr to ut out st inch a tiistltit
coil that you cannot tdoril to wtMr ycur oltl cast sny lofvj.r
Otir entire stack, the largt it wc lov carrxil at (hit llm of
the year. Is be Inu told at pricti at which thry HI not Utt long
You Better Make Your
Thsy are all bargains at th regular price thst we ruvt
bttn selllno them St, but whtn you rut one fourth off of ihit
price, ll Is slmost llhe o'vlng thtm away.
We art fur htsdqusrttr far Klanidth falli, anti you tin
get a nice set now at two thirds of It vlur Com in siti)
look thtm over.
STILTS DRYGOODS CO.
'Where the Ladids Shop'9
coat in the
$30 overcoats, $25 overcoats, $20 overcoats and $15 overcoats
All go for Twelve Fifty
Annual Clean-Up and Clearance Sale Men's Clothing
Following the policy of thu store not to have any "left-overs" and out. of style
clothing-to make room for our big spring stocks to arrive soon, we will sell all suits
and overcoats at prices that will make them go. Don't pay war prices for your
clothing, take advantage of these Clearance Sale prices, for this will probably be
the last chance you will have for a long time to get good clothes at such excep
tional low prices.
Oregon Cassimere Suite
with two pairs pants, regular
pries) $17. No altirmations
will bt made
Sale Price Only $12.85
Any Fifteen Dollar Suit New $11.85
Any Twenty Dollar Suit Now $14.85
Any .Twenty.Two Fifty Suit New $18.85
Any Twsnty-Flve Dollar Suit Now $18,85
Any Twenty-Sevsn-Flfty Suit Now $20.50
Don't Wait, Hurry and Make Your
Any Thirty Dollar Suit New $22.50
Any Thlrty-Flve Dollar Suit New $25.50
Blue Serge Sulth net Included In this
No alterations made without charge
Pattern Are All .Selected
Before the Best
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