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i<.|>iibltv.n In Pollile*, and dei-oiaO u, the
Timber. Airtsulinr*!,IKoek and ««I I alarsela
ol the greal bl.mall* Couni,.
PublUhrd Wvery Thursday by
WESLEY O. SMITH,
Eniwa *!«n Paorairroa.
KI.À5UTH RAILROAD EXTENSION
KEflmACb eouncY balk
Kl.im.ilh Fall*. Orifton
LAND FRAUD TRIAI
Every Indication Points to the Early Only the Woman Escaped Conviction
and That By Special Instruction
Completion of the Long Looked
to the Jury By the Court
Oi-fVNir (in advance)......................
Is the policy ol this bank, and it is
rigidly adherred to.
Safety first. Liberality next.
Hervey Lindley, of the Klamath tion by the Weeil railroad representa
(Special to the Republican.)
I-ake railroad, was a visitor in Klamath lives.
Portland, Dec. 8.—The jury brought in a verdict in the
It was statvd bv one in :» position to
- Fall* the first of the week a»vompani<*d
know that the last named |M»rty wa*
■ by Secretary McCormack and I'acitic n< t here alone b-oking alter the timl>er Federal court convicting all defendants
I Coast Manager Long, of the Weyer- industry. It is said they feared the
A verdict of acquittal was
■ hoiiser Lumber Company, one of the visit of the W«*e I railroad p»»ople meant cases, except Miss Ware.
largest in the world, with headquarters an encroachment on the contemplate»!
brought in in her case under the order of the Court. Sen-
territory of the Lindley railroad, and
The pur|xi*e of the visit was not mad«* the Eastern concern *ee* something else tences have not yet tven passed. Cases will be appealed.
: public blit prominent persons »in the good in this sect: n Issides the timl*vr
inside claim that the visit was very sig- l»elt. But at the same time tliev cotthl
i niticant to Klamath Falls ami Klamath kill two bird* with one stone by aiding
'in extending ifie IJhdley road ami at
The party before arriving in this city th»* same time fasten their title on a
spent several d*vs in the tiuils-r l*elt portion of the greatest Umber belt iu
ly ing between Pokegama ami Klamath the world,
tails. During their Slav here they
Klamath county ia willing for just aa
visited th»* upper lake and examined all many railroader* to enter her territory
of tin* approaches into Klamath Falls. as mav desire. She has resource* am
Linkville Lixlge Xo. 110 A. O. V. IV. slao present and delivered an impressive
It is claimed that tin« party was ple to supply everyone that will come,
prompted in visiting Klamath county and her product* are increasing and bid held an initiation meeting Tuesday night addre**.
A I’mmlwr of spreche* were made and
by the recent interest taken in this tec- fair to leap to incalculable proportion*. at which Id new memtiers were initiat
some tine selections of music were rend
ed. After tin* initiations were over a ered. It will lie retnembered as one of
l*an*|iiet was spread at which were seat the gioat occasion* »I the order in this
ed 100 person*. Tw»i Grand l.wlge offi citv." Another initiation ol alauit tin*
Mr. Weslev O. Smith anti Miss Jessi»*
The Lakeview Examiner alate* that cer* were present, D-pnty Grand Mas same numkier will follow in a short time
M. Applegate. b»uh of this city, were G«*orgt> Ager ha* gone to California to ter M. G. Wilkins and Grand Guard as s.am as the Grand Metileni Advisor
quietly married at the residence of Dr. get a practical mining man to expert Geo. T. Baldwin. Nupreme Foreman can |uiss upon the ccrtithales of the ap
»nd Mr*. Hargils on Conger Avenue in the Sagehen mine* ami at tlie Mine William Culvig, of Jackson»die, was plicants.
Klamath Falls, last Sunday evening al time look into the copper pro*p»*cu in
8 o’clix-k. lhe Hon. H. 1. Bendon per- Modoc county, California.
| formed the ceremony. Only a few close
relatives of the bri*le were present.
SILVER LAKE ÜROWISÜ
Mr. Smith is the etlitor and proprie
tor of the Klamath Republican, a native
Within the past six months Silver
of Wim-onsin an*i has resided in Klam- I-ake has realised a quivt. hut steady
, ath county ahont two years.
grow th. During this time several new
The bride is the beautiful and ac- business establishment* have been ad»l-
' complished »laughter of Ivan D. Apple ed to the list. Th»* increase in the resi
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i gate, one of the best known citiaens ami lient portion of the city ha» ndvanc«-,!
: pioneers of Klamath county. Limiaey rapidly. Three new public bui1 ling**
IViuielies Ftiicl Town
Applegate, the grandfather of the bride, w ill without doubt lie <*»tal>Iisl>ed in Sil
was one of the m»x»t honored pioneters of ver Lake early next year.—Central Ore
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the state. He was a pathfinder in the gonian.
»»nntry and for many years at the head I
LOCATED AT ASHLAXD.
I have thousands of acres of choice alfalfa land
of the Indian service for the govern- '
ment in this portion of Oregon. He
An institute for the eye. Dr. Castien
ami stock ranches near the Town of Merrill.
also had a reputation as an Indian Specialist. I employ mv own optician,
Write me for informalion
who grinds glasses according to my pre
i fighter in times of outbreaks.
scription and acixinliug to the want* of
The bride was educated in the local every individual case.
JOHN T. KING,
schools and alterwards attended the
Glasses corrv*Tly tilted. Examination,
Monmouth Xnrmal school and taught
I in that institution. She is also a grad- error* l<> to 12 am. $-5. Examination
free 2 to A p m. Eight year* Specialist
' uate of elocution from one of Califor- at California fnsiitnte of Optometry.
| nia’« foremost institutiime.
Oregon ixstitux ui Optometry, Camps
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Mr. Ed. Looeley and Miss lleesie Bnt
ler were marrirx! at the resilience of
W. H. WAMPLER, Proprietor.
Judge L. F. Willits last Sundav after
Reports having been circulate I in var
noon. Rev. Father Hendrieh |>erformin, ious ways aud iu the public press, in
I the ceremony. The bride is the <lsugh-
the call tor the Government Irrtgati e
I t«*r of Mrs. L. Httssig and the groom is a meeting, charging that certain tni*rep-
I rancher at Fort Klamath.
reaentations had lieen made to the Rec
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN
GIVE A BIG BANQUET
Fall and Winter Mil-
' linery, Dress Goods,
New Shirt Waists and
Everything New in La
dies Wearing Apparel.
Scccesm to Mis. F. E Boyd.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Clothing, Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes
a complete and up to date line of
I. F. DAVIES,
and get part of that <300.00
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Subsctribe for the Republican
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LAKE COUNTY UNES
Alex M.irtin Jr, Cashier
E. M. Bubb, Asst. Cashier
A'ex Martin, President,
E. R. Reames, Vice-Prcs’t,
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CITY MEAT MARKET
A complete line of
Choice Be.5, Pork, Mutton, Chickens,
Game, Salt Pork, Dried Beef.
eryth Ing fresh.
given to prescrip
tions by experts.
CATTLE IX GOO m CONDITION.
CITY DRUG STORE
W. M. Duncan, the liveryman, re-
•urned Tuesday from Klamath marsh
where he went to move his cattle,
which have bran on pasture there dur-
' mg the summer out for the winter. He
report* that cattle are coming off the
I marsh this fall in better condition, than
! tor a numt>er of year*. From present
indications regarding the outlook, th<
: loss will lie light in this auction during
the winter.—Central Oregonian.
HLRTON THE ICE.
Donald Worden, son of Mr. and Mr»
W. 8. Wonlen, while «kating near Goel
er'B planing mill Tuesday evening, met
with an acciilent which laid him up ii.
lied. He and other boys had just qui'
-katingaind he was removing his skate*.
While in this act, a long 2 by 12 evant
ling was accidentally knocked down
irom a pile of lumber above the ice
pond, which fell on young Worden and
crushed him against the ice. He wai-
taken np and carritxl home wlurre »
physician was called. It was thought
at first that his back was broken but it
has since developed that only a severe
shock and a few bad brui*es were re
ceived. H^is improving.
lamation service, we most emphatically
deny that any false statement*. have
leen made by any member of this Com
pany to Mr Kewell or anybody connect
ed with the Reclamation servie* or to
any Cnited States Senator or t’ongre-s
Klamath Canal Company.
By C. X. Hawkins, Pres.
DID YOU EVER
Realize that half of the
aickiieb* with which man
kind is afflicted ib traced to
the Btomach. It is alao
t*1ie that in mo*t ca*en the
Btomach is affected by the
condition of the teeth.
Is the reason why you
ahould consult me and have
your teeth examined regu-
laily. Defective teeth are
a mar to beauty and a men
ace to health. Bridge and
crown work a specialty.
W. R. BOYD,
Graduate of North Pacific
THOS. W. NEWTON, Pzop’r
e HURN S HARDWARE SÎORE
IÇ Klamath Falls, Or.
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
RANCHERS ATTENTION. Í
We are receiving many letters
from Eastern people wishing
ranches in Oregon. We shall be
glad to have all who wish U> sell,
list their property with us.
Worden & Son.
Real Estate, West End.
Complete Line of
Hardware, Paints, Cils, Guns, Ammunition, Etc
I Ball and Banquet Tickets for Sale $
Hardware Dealer Klamalh Falls
: t You
AND GROCERIES STILL AT COST.
Diss and walking plows, harrows, wagons, buggies.
Cuffs, Ties, Full Dress Shirt Sets, Fancy Socks, Dancing
Pumps, Patent Leather Shoes, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs.
J. W. SIBMB>IS. Pn?'r.
&■ LarsMhlre Fire Inn Co.
KZ.A MATM BARBER SHOP.
FOR GENTHEMEN—Black Clothing, While Shirts. Collars,
Gloves, Fans, Slippers, Handkerchiefs?!
AGENT FOE THE
Etamine, Albatross, Crepe de
Chine, Mulls, Silks, Satins
Henriettes, Crepe de Poplin
Silk Dot, Mousseline de Soie
Trimmings, Laces, Ribbons.
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Evening Dress Good
MARK L. BURNS
CleanliDess, Good Work.
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HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Balha and Massage.
Telephone Connection Between Stable «and Hotel
Linkville. Phone Main 14
TOWN LUTS ON M0NT1ILÏ PAYMENTS.
F.re Assonatimi of I’hiLidelpbh.
Horse» bonrded by day, week or month.
Hay mid firnin litmglif and sold.
PaHNongerH conveyed to all parts of Southern Oregon
ami Northern x lilornia at the very lowest rates.
I am prepared to do all kinds
kinds of wagon and wood
Nffliii Bittmiia shop
KLAMATH OFFERS SOMETHING
In the farooua land fraud ca»e which
ha* occupied the time of the Court in
Portland for the paat week,Judge O’I»ay
in his addre** to the jury raid : “There
are no public land». They are gone
What have we to offer to the home
steader from the East other than a bar
ren stretch of rock on the tops of our
mountain range*? There are no public
lands since the great railroad* have se
cured the passage of the lien »election
act* of I8»l. They are gone.”
Without diacuHsing the merits of
Judge O’Day'* statement, it i* rate to
»ay that Klamath county offers the east
ern settler a better lay out than a bar
ren ejxit of ground either in the hills or
valleys. She offer» him the richest val
leys on earth under prospect* that will
assure him water for all time to «ome
lietter than even thone which fall from
the heavens. These lands will grow
anything that springs from the earth,
and th»*y can be had on such easy terms
that any xerious home»eeker with brawn
and muscle and brain willing Jo put
them to use for. a reasonable nurnlwr of
hours a day, may carry out right here,
the ideal ambition of the honest bome-
1 builder and useful citizen.
$ I¿¡ 1 ljLX tip Main 193
Horses that will please you
Í With or without drivers *
Commercial men conveyed to all points
JAS. SIGLER, PROP’R