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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1910)
cl ui>gi< has been beyond my Imagina Illi« was thickest. The audience of
tion, and I must be excused wheq I 3,000 rose us one man with shout* of
was filled with wonderment when I "Smack her uguln, Mac!" Ho Mayor
saw the magnificent depot and the McC'rackln "»pared her" another
MAY LANDIN IN INt'o.MI’ETENT T< great development In the business sec which smothered her roundelay into MAY 4IHIT KLAMATH FALIJ» ON
reality. While the very echo rlchotted
tion of the city.
"I am well HntlHfied now that Klam ugulnst the distant summit of Black
ath Falls Is to be a big city. I have Hawk's watch tower and danced on
Amateur < lutinpion» of tlie Mltldh-
1'1» for < lutnge of Venue to Circuit only one regret that I did not Invest towurd the headwater* of the Missis
West Will Make a Visit to the
more heavily. If the people here take
Court II im « um > Jurist Heard
advantage of their oportunltles they Ilk« u Roman rubble. The mayor haxl
Inlier IP-vf Caere
will see rapid development. Men a-nd shown a Roman courage, aud they
the resources back of It make a city. 1 were ready to nominate him for any-
The basketball team of Company B.
CHICAGO, Nov. IK Judge l.u nd Is <l«t together and boost. Have only thing in the gift of the people.
Regiment of Wisconsin militia,
today infused to grant the packers’ one thought In mind the building of
from Portage, Wl*., Mpect to make a
petition for a change ot venue to the
tour of the West, leaving their home
lederai Inuit court, but he agreed to know that Klamath Fall* I* th« dwell cover up hls head when opportunity town soon after Thanksgiving. They
grant u change to Judge Carpenter's
are crack players, and it is the inten
district court instead lie held thul surrounded by a great agricultural tluie he has redeemed politics from
tion of the team here to persuade
llielr objection to him I hicsiiso he was and timber and sc«nlc country second
them to visit Klamath Falls and play
Incompetent, owing to hls participa
one or more games here. G. A.
tion In the ninety-five beef prosecu to pick out a motto for a city I would favors will be more gratefully re-
Krause, one of the Klamath Falls
tion*, was well taken. The packers'
team, is well acquainted with the
attorneys protested hls refusal, and
players on the champion team, and he
the court announced that he would i tMOurce* of the comity are developed
li, sure they will atop in this city
decide the question next Monday.
while on their tour.
I- done half the battle Is won."
The local team has had their meas
Mr. Lathrop was accompanied by
BERKELEY. Nov. 18.—The Uni
1 W J Fosgate, who com«» here for versity of California, to all account*. urements taken for suit*, and they
the purpose of looking over the city I, as the University of Missouri will begin practicing In a few days,
uh a |H)H*II>I« plan- for making invest
cowed." Not long ago a dispatch re- and expect to be able to put up a good
< elved from MMsourl State Agricul si iff game in a short time, as they are
Get Together anil Boost for Your
tural college of the Cnlverslty of MIs- al) experienced players, and know the
Town and Develop the Agricol
| Ranlo Clara, on which he raises gar- •.oitrl stat'-d that their prize Holstein game well already.
ture of th«- County
, den seeds He I h known all over the cow. "Josephine,' has been giving 32
coast a* a wholesaler of Heeds lie
Il I Lathrop dropprd off the train Mated that he was well satisfied that quart* of milk < day. But California,
last work, and stood with amate» Klamath Fall* had a greater future ns usual, cono-H back with a trump
meat stamped all over his face as h<> than the people had Imagined, and card and evtn goes the ’’show-ms"
state one better.
gnxed ut the mngnificent $40,000 de I that
as far as ho had seen he waw
In a letter from Victor Henderson, I VI HER OF DR. < RIPPEN PASME«
pot that the Southern Pacific has well p|ons«-d with conditions here,
r«tary of tin University of Califor
••reeled In this city. Climbing Into
| Both gentlemen «xpoct to leave for nia IL gents, written to the student*
the bit ho Hat as a niun In a dream I the Routh In the morning.
through their dally, he says: "Lest
ns he traveled to bin hotel All the
prophet be without honor in her Relieved Ilia Boy Waa Inuoceut—De»
'line he was wondoring how ho great
pendent on t'lmrity During
own country. let me tell you that
n transformation could take place In
I a» st I Fays
the short space of four years. It was
Dnvls, a week or ho ago. was averag-
lust fottr years ngo when Mr Lathrop
This thing of kissing babies may be Ing 49 quarts A day."
came to Klamath Falls. He had
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18.—Penni-
ta*te which political sy-;
heard tn® eh of this city In hl* home
less, dependent on the charity of
town of Hollister and camo to sec for cophancy ha« developed Into an art of ■
EATEN strangers in hls last moments on
He was well pleased with war. »ays the Baltimore News, but |
earth, but still believing in the inno
what h< found, nnd Invested quite they have a live one for mayor out in
heavily In Klamath avenue property Rock Island, and ho ha* set a pace H»e P ii | mt Money Was IPwovrred, cence of hls boy, Myron Crippen, the
aged father of Hawley H. Crippen,
But No Light Is Thrown on
nnd residence lot* In some of the ad which will make public office a per
Effect on Calf
who. In the cold cell of an English
sonal ecstasy. lie took a night off
prison, is awaiting the day when he
Returning bom« with the Intention
SPARTANBURG, 8. C.. Nov. 18.— shall pay the penalty for the brutal
of annually visiting Klamath Falls, be where a burlesque troupe of candled
let four '«ar* slip by before he found blonde* displayed their evening While going milking Mrs. Luther Cal murder of hls wife, passed away this
time to come again. And what he charm* a* "Morning Glorle*.’’ The vert. who lives at Clinton, dropped a morning after a lingering illness
round heoms like a tale from the piece de lrr«*l*tance, eo to apeak. pocket book containing five $20 bills, a which his feeble frame could not with
The old man was 83 years of |
whh n coaxing little croon, "Ha* Any ten, a five and three one* and a silver stand.
"I have been told that I would not body Got a Kiss to Spare?" sung by | quarter. The money was missed an age and the misfortune to hls son
hour later, and thorough search rc grieved him so that his condition be
know the city, and that It was mak u fairy named Mabel.
At the mom« nt so justly celebrated vealed the quarter, which showed came suefe that he could not with
ing great stride*, but I put a good
deal of It down to the exuberance of a* psychological she cast her glance* signs of having be^en chewed on. A stand the privations which overtook
thus« picturing the wonderful growth upon the chief executive of Rock Is young heifer In the yard had a guilty him.
of this city. But all they told me I* land. who sat In the stage box. He look, and a veterinary surgeon was
Since Dr. Crippen’s arrest his re
true and more. When here four wa* not the mm to wound the sensi summoned The roll was extricated mittance to hls father ceased, and
venr* ago the property I bought was bilities of n lady, so with the courage from the stomach of the heifer In a the aged ma-n became dependent on
on the outskirts of the city In fact. of Siegfried In the enchanted forest badly mutilated condition. The bills the charity of hls landlady. Worry I
It was In the country. Today It I* he leaped upon the stage and kissed wore sent to Washington to be re over hi* son's plight broke his health,
virtually in the heart of the city. The the audacious Mabel where the rosa- deemed.
and the lack of nourishing food ag-
PACKERS OBJECT TO JUDGE
HEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST TRUST «»SAVINGS BANK
K) h math
Fall*. In the State of Oregon, at the close of business,
January 31, 1910.
I MH. LA RM
KHRIl HI EH
Ixiaiia and Discounts ....................................
Bonds, securities, etc. .................................
Banking bouse, furniture, and fixture* .
Due from bank* (not reserve banks* ....
Due from approved reserve bank*............
Checks and other cash Items........................
t asli on hand
DO LL A RM
Capital stock paid In
Cndlvided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Individual deposit* subject to check ..................................
Itemand certificates of deposit...
Time certificates of deposit ........
—----- ----------- ——
Savings deposits ........................................... . ................. .........
State of Oregon
Counit of Klamath,is*
I, J W Seimens, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
J w 8E1MEN8, Cashier.
O. W. BALDWIN.
J. A. MADDOX, Director,.
Subscribed aDd sworn to before me this 7th day of February,
E. L. ELLIOTT, Notary Public.
HEAL1H BROKER 8Y SON'S PLIGHT
WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG
THE AH.AVERILL MACHINERY
gravated hi* condition and hi* vital- ; to old age, coupled with privation and
ity has been slowly ebbing for some bi* son’« arrest.
time. During the last few day* be-
Returned to Fort Klamath
fore his illness he haunted the news
Mr*. 8. H. King returned from a
stand* awaiting the edition* contain trip to San Francisco Wednesday, and
left for her home in Fort Klamath
ing new* of his son’s case.
He wa* delirious yesterday, and next morning.
last night. During bis lucidity be i
A Boy Baby
tvaid: “I will not be long before I go.
but my boy is inaocent. He was aj Born—To Mr. and Mr*. Austin
White Thursday morning, an 8-pound
The physician* attribute his death boy.
CORNER OF 3rd AND MAIN STREETS.
Most Everyone is, beginning to think of Christmas, which is not tar off
and as always, finds it very hard to think of appropriate gifts for him or her.
Now we can help you immensely in suggesting different articles that will not
onlv b° useful but appreciated as well.
1 housands of dollars of bright fresh Holiday Goods are waiting here for you. Betow we
mention a few useful items that will interest you:
Women’s Sweater Coats
Royal Worcester Corsets
Women’s Silk Petticoats
We can honestly state that our stock of Sweater
Coats is the largest and most reasonable ever brought
to Klamath Falls. You can gpt most anything you
want in color, style or price.
This well-known corset is acknowledged the best all
around c< rset to be had. \\ e earn many styles, from
-$1 to $3.50. I'he Bon I on from.. .$3.50 to $5.00
V\ omen’s Silk Scarfs
Our line of silk petticoats comprises all the new and
staple shades, and arc priced from .$3.95 to .$20.00
A beautiful line of women’s Silk Scarfs that are
now so much in demand. All colors. Many beautiful
combinations. Very moderately priced.
Women’s Novelty Dresses
Women’s Winter Underwears
Sec <>ur beautiful line of Handkerchiefs from 3c to
$2.00 each. We can please anyone in Handkerchiefs.
Some very pretty novelty boxes with one. two, three
or a half d zen in a box at prices to suit everyone’s
Without doubt we have some beautiful exclusive
styles in one-piece Dresses, from .$16.00 to $37.50
\\ e have an excellent line of winter underwear for
women—one and two-piece suits. Both heavy fleeced
and wool—medium and heavy weights.
Women’s Silk Raincoats
A nice assortment of Silk Raincoats from
........................................................ $12.50 to .$20.00
Knitted Mufflers, 25c.
A big assortment of colors to select from in a very
LAMO. ORE.» SAN JOSLCALJ
SPOKANE. WASH. . PORTLAN
HECTOR'S DEPARTMENT STORE
We have a beautiful line of inexpensive furs in stoll
scarfs anti muffs- also some very pretty sets. You
will be surprised to see how moderately they are
New arrivals in Hand Bags include some very beau
tiful novelties. Hand Bags are always useful, and
make acceptable gifts. Better select your’s now,
while the assortment is complete. 50c to $10.00 each