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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1906)
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Victim« of the F.lectrntty Habit Ar«
Becoming Quite Common
Klamath County Abstract
New York —"Of all the habits. fb<*
one that stick« c|< ><st to a f< llow lathe
electricity habit.” «aid a young doctor.
"The drink habit and the cocaine habit
are mere summer fancies compared with
Tin- I’i-in.wr A lx tract Olficc of Klamath County, O regret
It. But there Is one thing to be sail
Hires you a Ditch to survey ? Is your l’n>|n-rtv l.ine in doubt? Is your
in Its favor; It Is usually beneficial The
Title perfect? We have a cmu'pletu Alwtred and Engineering office.
electricity habit Is contracted just Ilka
address P. O. Hu, 1«, Kl,melk Fell*. Ore«««. PWeee. Mala 7,
any other habit. A few currents are ad
ministered during an Illness, they
strengthen and stimulate, and the first
, i thing the patient knows he finds the
tonic Indispensable Even after he gets
well he craves the treatment.
”1 know one young woman who makes
a fair living by calling at the homes
of electricity victims and dosing them
with a few shocks from a galvanic bat
tery. Most slaves to the habit have
their own l-atterles. but they are afraid
to apply the trea'ment to themselves.
That is practically a groundless fear,
for there isn't one chance In a thousand
of a person giving himself an overdue«.
Still, they prefer an experienced hand
to manage the current
"Not all the electricity fiends are In-
| valid«, by any means Many of them
' are now as well as they ever were, yet
j they have become so addicted to the
, habit that they require the weekly.
will place on the market lots in the
' semiweekly or possibly dally electric
I thrills to tone them up.”
Klamath Canal Company
subdivision now being platted. If you
Contemplate Making Investments
Falls or Klamath County,
When our Street
what we have to offer.
car system and boulevards, now un-
der construction, are completed, this
most picturesque spot, from which a
and Mt. Pitt can be had. where
is presented to the eye a scwue pan
orama of unequalled beauty,
sirable residence section
the moti de
of Klamath Falls
rTwelve to fifteen beautiful and cost
ly homes are to be erected in this sub
division this summer. It offers to the
investor an opportunity to realize a
handsome profit on his investment.
Cbe Klamath Canal Company
AMERICAN OUTBID THE KING
Secured Rembrandt Picture Which
English Monarch Very
Paris—Theodore Davis possesses tn
Rembrandt's "Sybil” one of the mas
ter's greatest works and the exarowns
none excelling It. It was the property
l of the grand duke of Leuchtenberg. the
czar s first cousin, and remained In the
, duke s gallery many y ears. M 1-aurie,
. a Paris dealer, offered It to King Ed-
ward, who wsuted It badly, but Edward
hesitated too long over tbe price. The
king admired It so much that he re
quested M Laurie to let him see It after
It was sold to Davis. It was shipped to
Buckingham palace, where It remained
until the day before it was sent to
! Mr. Davis paid 195.000 for the picture.
The work Is to be shown In public by
Mr. Davis. "Sybil” la the figure of a
I young Jewess, wearing a forehead chain
I with jewels as pendants She Is turning
the leaves of a book resting on her
knees The dark and light on her face
la refracted by the jewels. Rembrandt's
techlnque was never better accom
plished, It 11 a masterpiece of tndlvld-
"Say. pa.” queried little Johnny
Bumpernlckle. "what « a peace con
gress?” "It’s a lot of men who make
war against war,” answered tbe old
“Money make« the mare go.” said
the old-fashioned man
"Not If It’«
my husband's money that has been
bet on her,” answered young Mrs
“They seem to be very proud of
their family tree.” "Yes. but the only
trouble with It Is that It grew from
a small soap manufacturing plant back
In the early 10'a”
License Clerk Insists Upon Smiles
When Girls Apply for Wed
“Don’t be frightened, dear,
long as you hear the thunder you
may know you are safe from the
lightning.” “But that's no comfort
If the lightning strike« me I won t
hear tbe thunder!"
Pittabun?. Pa—"Smile!” Marriage
License Clerk Hegner cried out the
other day aa. with pen auipended In the
air. he eyed Nuta Johnx, a Syrian girl,
who had appeared. In tears, with Isaac
Eaer. of Rochester for a license. Ar.d
“I just peeped Into the parlor as I
passed.” said Mr. Phamley. "and I
saw quite a freak of nature.'
Bertha Is In there with her young
man." "Yes. I saw two heads on one
pair of shoulder«”
WILL ALLOW NO TEARS.
FROM rOllMON SOURCE*.
th« little bride to be had to smite before
During the past 15 years London has
the license clerk Uv»M issue the
trebled her debt and ilpubhd her tax
The Interpreter «»Id th«t the girl rate.
A William and Mary copper farthing,
meant nothing by rears; that It was the
custom In her conniry. *<r - for the pros dated ICi.'. Intrinsic value halt a cent,
was sold the other day at auction In Lon
pective brld« to cry
don tor |:>5
"Custom be dasfe»it!"«ald Hegner. an
All Idiots or cretins In the Alps are to
grlly. "This Is not Syria
be treated at governnirul expense with
smile when she gets a license here.”
And then the clerk, still suspicion« tablets of extracts of the thyroid uf
that th« little Syrian girl was being sheep and other domestic animal«
The underground station« on the lam-
forced Into a marriage «gainst her will,
took her. with tfie Interpreter, Into a don "tube" railway are to adopt an
back room and learned that she was American Idea Each Is to be painted
really willing to marry Inter, but was conspicuously In different colors
An Austrian army officer cut himself
excited. Then he returned and Issued
the license, while tbe bride «mlled under the chin tn shaving the green
collar ot his tunic rubbed against the cut
and he died of blood poisoning
Buhl aork la said to tie very popular
HOW WILL YOU HAVE ECCS
now In England. It Is furniture made
Fried, Broiled, Foached, or ‘•Canned’’ of yood. tortoise shell or other coatly
Under a New Method Which Con
material, pierced ami Inlaid with turial
vert« "Spotted” Into Good Egg«.
The demand for gas works In small
St. Is>ula —One of the moat unique towns down to .t.WUi Inhabitants Is In
concerns which was ever Incorporated creasing In Germany. |^st year Ho new
to do buslnesa In St. l<ouls Is a company gas works were established In mien
to can eggs The Southern Egg Preserv tow ns at a < -st of from f 22 .’• - ’ to |.*o OOP
ing company has opened a factory here
The Memlesley (Eng'iahi parish coun
and has begun the operation ot convert cil. which struck out a new line In mu
ing "spotted eggs ' Into good ones The nlclpaluatlon by starting a poultry
enterprise buys up the broken and spot farm, has reallxed profits on the first
ted eggs from the commission house« year s working which arc equal to a re
Men divide the good from the bad por duction In the parish taxes of a cent
tions and pour the part to be saved Into and a fifth on the dollar.
a huge churn.
Cardinal Rlchelmy ha« Instituted a
When It Is full a girl churns It until movement to secure funds fortheerec
It reaches the proper consistency for t he Gon of a monument to Chrlatophir
egg preserving fluid Again the churn Columbus In the neighborhood of St
is revolve.! for half an hour When the Peters. Rom« to commemorate the
eggs reach the proper point they are four hundred and fortieth anniversary
poured off into cans and stored away of the great discoverer s death.
ready for use. The house claims to
A commodious building will soon b«
have orders from bakeries and other opened In the Commercial road. In th"
concerns In Chicago. Cincinnati, and East End of laindon. which will be used
other large eastern cttlea.
by ihe United synagogue as * court
house in which the chief rabbi and ’her
members of the "Beth Din" will sit dally
"Say, father, what hi a ’nobody” " to hear Jewish disputes brought betor«
them for adjudication.
"A nobody, my eon. la a prominent
woman * husband ”
There are 200 companies who make
machine« tor molding of concrete
The bicycle boom la no big In Eng
land that the factorira cannot kevp
pace with the demands
In manufacturing occupations the
average life of soap boilers Is the high
est and that of grindstone makers the
Electrical machinery has taken the
place of that driven by steam In several
of the principal mineral oil works In
There are 1? mills In Germany en
gaged In the manufacture of tissue pa
Germany turns out more tissue
paper than any other country In the
Great expectations are entertained of
the development of the tin Industry In
South Africa, foreshadowed In the dl»
covery of extensive lodes of tin In the
Rich cassiterite deposits
have been found at Vlaklaagte and
elsewhere, but the «stent «nd precise
metallurgical value of the o|<erallons
now progressing bar« not been de
S ÌIPPT d ÌÌÌ IN SOÄRN 0ÌS j
Lakeside InnTl j
M rs . m . M c M illan , Pmp’r.
73 rooms 1 ml suites. J
Sample Booms, Bar linoni, Piii'lors, 1 'wo Club
Booms. Kit’.. Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT EOR TOURISTS
Now is the time to buy
Homes in Klamath County + *
* Under the Government Irrigation Scheme
DO YOU KNOW YOU CAN BUY
Homes in Langell and Lost River Valleys
Cheiper than elsewhere under the
Governmment project of irrigation?
Lost River Realty Company 4
Chas. Partee, Manager. Bonanza. Oregon
M A S C 0'1'
LIVERY. FEED & SALE STABLES
LAM ATM PALLS AND MERRILL
Largest and Best Equipped Stables in Southern Orcgou
TOURIST’S TRADE A SPECIALTY
o. 'r. OLIVE We Proprietor
1 • I I, < > '1'
On the Melhase place eiglii miles south of Klamath
Falls will bcm service every Tuesday, Thursday anti Sat
urday tor the next three months. Mares u ill be pastured.
No liability tor damages. Charges >io lor season.
i a h
J. I-g. Short
THE HOT SPRINGS IMPROVEMENT CO.
Will, about the first week in
May, offer for sale Lots in the
HOT SPRINGS ADDITION.
This property is very favorably located, and we shall make such improvements upon it as to make it attractive to those
wishing to build nice homes.
We shall grade the streets.
We shall lay cement sidewalks.
- We shall provide perfect drainage.
We shall construct sewers.
We shall provide a water system.
We shall secure Ictric lights.
We shall have a great hotel on the tract.
We shall make a park around the splendid Hot Springs, situated almost
in the center of the Tract.
We shall have the aepot of the California Northeastern Railway.
We shall have a Street Car system as soon as required.
We shall stand for A GREAT AND BEAUTIFUL KLAMATH FALLS.