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KLAM A TH REPEBIJCAN
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
We will give away absolutely free
100 Pacific Electric Flat Irons.
For particulars, call at our oilice.
where irons are on display, or if
convenient call us by 'phone.
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
It seems that in throwing open three ,
townships in this county to settlement
and entry the government has played
somwliatof a joke on the would be
settler, as all the land induced in the
I George A. Gardner and Miss Clara B.
notices has long ago been patented and J Richardson were married at the home
the most of it is nos held by large cor-
i of A. J. Manning in this city Sunday,
Rev. P. Conklin officiating. These
i young people are well known residents
I of Fort Klamath, Mrs i.ariiner having
| had charge of the primary department
of the Foil Klamath school during the
Orders have been place I for special past year. She is very popular there
screens to be used at the headgates for and her many friends extend their best
the purpose of keeping the fish from the wishes. Mr. Gardiner is a young man
Upper lake out of the main canal. Ex ■ of splended qualities and it is to be
periments have been made with a num gretted that he has decided to locate
ber of screens none of which have been Aslilati I where he expect- to engage
found to answer the purpose. It is go business.
ing to le a difficult matter to find a
screen that will answer the require
ments*. As a rule fish will not enter a
canal in any great number, but the
Fred E. Etahlman and Miss Beryl
Upper lake is so full of fish that they
were married last week and are
really crowd one another. Since the
tlieir honeymoon m San
opening of the headgates large num
the Bay city they will
bers have found their way through
them and rejsirts are coming in from go to Portland and then return home.
the ranches of numbers of small trout Mr. Stahlman has made arrangements
and suckers that are to be seen on the , tor the erection of a new home in the
land. When the new screens have been , Lakeview addition, where they will re-
installed this will be avoided.
The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Stahl-
man was a very quiet affair, only th*
immediate memliers of the families l>e-
ing aware of the event. They have
The efforts of the Chamber of Com- many friends here who extend congrat
merce to secure the use of Budd Springs ulations and best wishes.
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and the adjacent land for the creation o!
a summer resort or a place of recreation
for the people of this city has met with
E. E. Kirkendall and Miss Archie
partial success. 8. C. Barium, super Keesee were married at the home of the
visor of the forest reserve of the Cascade bride’s parents last Sunday evening,
mountains, was iu the city this week on Rev. Dunlap officiating. Miss Keesee is
official business and was visited by the well known in this county and is one of
Chamber of Commerce committee, con-! Klamath s popular and successful
sisting of Messrs. Obenchain, Fountain school teachers. She has a host of
anc White, and was aske I as to the pos friends who extend their best wishes.
sibility of securing the springs for the ' Mr. Kirkendall has been a resident of
purpose mentioned. He informed them 1 this county for several years, He is a
that the springs had l>een set aside for thrifty young
purposes, but that habits. He recently purchased
there was nothing in this reservation M. Smith ranch, where they will make
that would prevent the people of this their home.
■city using that point for pleasure pur
poses, so long as the privilege is not ’
Great is Dorris
KLAMATH FALLS LIGHT AND WATER COMPANY
Every Detail of Our hairy insanitary, Insuring
the l’urity and llealthfiilm-»«» I <»ui Products.
PHONE B3 J
PUPILS OF MRS. DON ZUMWALT
ASSISTED BY MR. A. L. CAMP. V iolin
Delivered Daily from the Altamont
Dairy. Wholesale and Retail.
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FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 14. 1907
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J. I*. Hazen was in the city Tuesday
and if anyone doubt« the great future
of the new town of £>orris let him inter
Keno is situated in the Southern
Euranyia Elliot.................................. 46
view Mr. Hazen. This gentleman is part of Klamath County, on the
backing his judgem-mi by investing
Klamath river, at the terminus of
heavily in the new town and on Tuesday
navigation. Two steamer« land here i
piaced an order for 50,l»0 feet of lumber mail, express and passengers are
Louise Sargent...................................... 16
with Moore Brothers. It is to Ire used
transferred from the stage to the
Alice Niiee............................................. U5 in the erection of a fifty rojm hotel and
boat at tiii« point. Adjoining Keno
a feed and livery barn with a capacity of on the west is a large belt of timber, |
one hndred head of horses. Associated and on the east is a large body oi
The greatest attraction of the eeason.
with him in the enterprise are Sparks & . marsh lands. Near Keno, on the
Great «leakers, helpful messages. Fine ’
Sons. This firm is making extensive river, is immense water power. Tele- (
music, good schools, beautiful grounds.
phone connections with ill parts of
improvement« on the property recently
the country. Has a good school, two
Southern Oregon Chautauqua. Ashland,
acquire»! in the new town, and they Ire-
stores and two saw mills.
Oregon. Eleven days, commencing July ;
iieve that after the railroal reaches Dor
10th. Send f >r printed matter; then
ris there will be plenty of business to
Charley Way has gone to Coos Bay.
tax the accommodations now being
William Clinton has sold out and i-
bound for the Coos Bay country.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT planned.
It is a well assured fact that the rail
George Way ami George Morgan have ,
Notice is hereby given that the under-' road will reach Dorris not latter thin •■«ch loaded their wagons and pulled out J
signed, as administrator of the estate of next November. That will bring the ter
for the Coos Bay country. Morgan is j
Benoni Parkinson, deceased, has filled minus of the California-Northeastern
locating there and Way is going to look
liis final account in the County Court within twenty miles of this city, and
at the country and see bow he likes it.
of Klamath County, State of Oregon; inasmuch as there are no great difficult
The Navigation Co. is having about
and that Tuesday, the second day of\ ies to surmount between this city and
300 cords of wood hauled and loaded on
July, 1907, at the hour of ten o’clock, A. ■ that town it is a safe prediction to state
the boat to lie shipped to the Falls.
M. of said day, at the Court room of j that the cars will be running in this city
Mr. Mattoon has gone to Ashland.
said Court, has been appointd by said next summer, if not before. The con
He has lieen here to improve hie health.
Court as the time and place for hearing
tention lias been made that it will be
of objections thereto and the settlement
George Kerns has gone to the Rogue
impossible to throw up the grade
through the marsh in that time, but it
0. A. Stearns, Administrator.
Fine rains have fallen and the crops
is understood that arrangements have
J. O. Stearns. Attorney
lieen made’to put a sufficient number oi look fine. 8o far the fruit could not
graders at work to finish this part of the look better. The outlook is for a large
yield. Garden vegetable are growing
grade in not to exceed six month«.
It has also lieen decided to build fine.
The logging business has begun in
across the grade at the hole in the
Ackley ha- put his teams to
Work on the Keno Canal is now un
der full headway and a force of men art- With the carrying out of these plans hauling for his mill. Harry Wall an I
hard at work excavating. The work is ! there is nothing in the way to prevent Ben Kerns are putting logs in the river
progressing very satisfactorily. The: the completion of the road to this city for the Moore Brothers.
There will l>e a large crop of bay this ,
force now employed will be largely in- j next summer.
creased in the near future as soon as
Al. Decker and Dan Doten ar driving
the preliminary work now under way'
Gun Club—June pth
stage on the new line from Keno to
will admit of their employment.
Neal Ely was in Keno the other day.
Equipment For Sale
J. E. Redwine..................................... 16 He is sure the railroad will be at Dorris
L. J. Hudson....................................... 13 by Decern l»er and is willing to bet any
The entire equipment belonging to Ed Jacobson....................................... 17 amount on it. He is going Io have the
Mason, Davis & Co., contractor* of John Crews........................................... 13 road stop there and make Dorris the
canal, is offered (oi sale. It ebnsist« of W. B. Barns......................................... 8 shipping point for all of the Klamath
wagons, harnesses, stretchers, double C. E. Robertson.................................. 14 basin.
trees, scrapers, slips, carts, scrap iron,
track iron, blacksmith coal, donkey
engines, centrifugal pumps, blacksmith
outfits, tents, boats, shoes, underwear,
overalls, rubber goods; and a full line of
If you wajt work or nant help it will be fu misled you by
No reasonable offer will be refused for
all or any part of above article*. For
urther particulars call st Camp 1, and
*ee MASON, DAVIS & Co., or E.
mills Employment Jtgency
. IL D h am v, Manager
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Bright Star of Love.........................................
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HARDWARE and AGRICUL*
Builder’s Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Sporting Goods
Plumbing Supplies, Iron Pipe, Iron, Steel, Horse Shoes
Paints and Oils, Crockery and Glassware, Graniteware
Oliver Gang Plows • Oliver Chilled Plows - Oliver Steel Plows
SOLE AGENCY FOR OLIVER PLOWS IN KLAMATH COUNTY
Genuine Oliver Plows sold at the same price you would have to pay for the imitations
Disc Harrows at special prices and a 16-Shoe Hoosier Drill
with Press Wheels and Alfalfa Seeder at a very low price
Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses, Linoleum
Silver-plated and Solid Silverware
Glass, Doors and Windows
Studebaker Buggies and Wagons
AGENT ASHLAND IRON WORKS
Agent F‘r:mrn» Funj Insurance Corporation
Main Street, Near Americau Bank
Do you need visiting cards? If so call
at the Republican office where you will
fnd the latest styles in card* and type.
(Lice, Second Floor