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KLAM A TH REPUBLICA N I
E. J. MURRAY, Editor.
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
TWO DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
H NI NI A, KI.OCK
Klamath F alls, Ore., Thursday, July ia 1906
I RIAL one*
ffonasthnes the paper die«, then
j tlie people feels glad, but someone starts
Congressman Binger Herm»nr hM | it np again. Kditors never went to
rut foow from hie imocm I n in the land , reluxil because they never got lick«xl
frauds games. He wanted to be tried Our j>aj>er is a mighty poor one, l«ut we
alone on the indictments returned ia i take it so ma can pat it on tbe jwirlry
•begun involving him with otne-rs, and shelves. Our editor dosn’t amonnt to
thia he baa accomplished by the stipu mnch, bnt pa says be had a |oor chance
lation that ha > not io be brought to when he was a boy. ile wears no un
trial here until tho Waabington, 1>. <*• derclothes in winter ; w ears no socks ami
raae has Item tried. Trial oa the hitter has a wife to anpport him. Ta haven't
indictment cannot I* hail before Ifocvm paid his snbecrijtlion in Bve years and
her I, and by that time tho cans* of don’t intend to.’’—Eureka Blade.
Finest Cine of Royal
ware in tbe city and at
prices to suit everybody
Hermann's fellow-conspiratora will
Large and Small Cows.
haw lorn disposed of in Oregon. ,ks a
i sn't Hermann will not Its tried here
I'roft**«- Haecker of the Minnesota
inilil tlie spring term of the dietriet
nation calls attention to the fact
court, and he will face justice alone.
Thia pleaaea him because he thinka a that many peraoni do not properly esti-
joint trial would lessen his chauce of mate the eomparatiw value ol »null
cowa giving a moderate flow of milk
beating the ixtictmenL
The stipulation referred to was ob- rich in butter fat. cava the Indiana Far
tainad by Hermann’s attorneys through mer. In entering the dairy barn of the
a statement made ia open court in Minnesota State farm, there are in the
Washington last month that they had first row two cow* standing side by side.
heard that Frances J. Heney, assistant One weighs 1,300 and the other 875
attorney general and special prosecutor, pounds. Invariably when visitors en
Would bring issues involved in the ter, favorable comments are made on
Washington letter pressbook care into tbe tine, large cow with the big udder,
<hi. Oregon case and Would therefore , and on onh one occasion has the small
i cow l>een pointed out as an ideal dairy
impose hardship upon the I'nited States
attorney of the District of Columbia by animal, and that wss by a prominent
taking all hia witnesses across the con producer from New England.
The large cow is the deepest milker
tinent. Hermann’s attorneys offered to
agree to a continuance provide«! Heney in the herd while the small cow never
would stipulate that the Washington gives a large mess even when fresh.
case should be tried before tbe Oregon The large cow invaribly decreases rapid
ly in her flow, while the small one is s
persistent milker, generally giving as
much in the spring as when she went
into winter quarters. The large cow,
during the past three years has averaged
295 pounds of butter j>er year, while the
A twelve-year-old boy in one of the
small one gave 341 pounds.
country schools recently read an essay
•'The Newspaper.- The latter day
youthful Solomon treat! th«* »object
thualy: “Newspapers are sheets of ja
pe r on which stuff to read is printed.
The men look over the J'S per to see if
their names are in it, and women use
Charles Horton, a prominent stuck
it to put on shelves and sich. 1 don’t raiser of Klamath connty, was in Med
J. 11. RICE« Miiiifiuei
know when newspapers came into the ford this week, on business.
world. I don’t think God does. The
Finest Fishing in Southern Oregon. Boats. Teams
G. B. Wild, who formerly resided near
Bible says nothing about editors, and I rhoenij, but who has been in Ixw An-
ami Saddle Horses for Tourists. Will Furnish
■ever heard of one being in heaven; gehra for sometime past, was in Med-
guess the editor is the missing link ford this week, visiting old-time friends.
Guides. Will take you to ( rater Lake ami
them fellers talk about. Tlie first edi He expects to go to Klamath Falls—
points. Board by day, week or month
tor I ever heard of was tl>e one that and may reside there.
wrote up the ffood. He has been here
Cha«. and Frank Morine left this
CRLL ON RICE RT THE LODGE
ever since. Sane editors belong to the
for Klamath county, where they
church and socae try to raise whiskers.
____________________________________________________________________ ___ _ i
All of them raise hell in their neighbor will put up hay.
Small tracts of well located tulv marsh
1 lave y >u nvn sente of those Natty
hood and a» of them are liars, sH that
Iknow, and I only know one. EJitoe* | Mr. and Mil. J. L. Hanks were here lands offered fur one week at $20 per , bin«* and Grey suits Hie K. K. K. store
is turning out.
never die. At
least I I never
saw a a dead!
dead ‘ ,a4t week ,ron‘ tbe Fallg viaitinu Steve
Stilici and Itimilv
Mr. Hanks baa
"old Ida place near ill«* Falla ami pur-
« hared a laiieli in I keula« county « here
they expect l«> g* in a short II.... .
l*aulhvr" ate re|«»rt«w| In I«* killing
calve« m Ile Fami Hollow oviini ty
t'lui" Vii keli l>*l reterai bead nini
while nut une day hia dog run a luuug
panther up a It«*«'. I ater the old uno
wa« reen but re lar hae Hut l«v«l cap
1 he I'acilk Monthly I or July.
Th»» rntirtc Monthly (•»» July i<, if
mi itnpioveint-nl over thv hint*
rh.utulvilivtl bv thv
Han»v (pinlilivN which nitvlv it «nvh a
vonnph'n<NV* mircr**’«, And u hirh h.iw ih»nv
ad nt tiili t«» bring I'ltv I'lU'ilk* Monthly
into g um t proniinvncv throtigh<»ttt thv
entire country. The July nuiwltvr e«ui
tuliin four article« On the vnrt I h | «utkv in
('uhfornia. wtitten hv Ihigutlier Geiicml
IKiiiiHltin, iKtvtor IWvhl Muri Joitlgn,
Ih’tjitmin !«le Wheeler, mid W. W.
C.AiiipIn ll, head of the I l « k <>baervntory
It contiiiiiH n front piece in four ntlorw
and rillit pages in iwo color«devoted tv
I hmi HH u I xcctiei \ ttt Oi«(p»n, \\ unhing-
ton and ('«liforniA. One of the notable >
HrtielcM tn din* nuinlive ia thrtt vrill« n |
by Mr. Jam?« S. Mvtc«lfv. editor of I.tie
It takv’i up Mr. Metcalfe'« coingroim
tight for hon<"*t dramatic rriticinin, and
ia la'anlifully liluelraled with viva n ol
thv recent diamalic «ca.ton in Now ,
C. D. WILLSON
Al’.'TIIAt’l I ILS
Klamath County Abstract
The I'ioiioer Alwtrai t Ollie«« of Klamath County, Oregon
tto> 1«. hleaMlh f all.. Oesgan.
PWaae. Meta fl
Buff Cochin Chickens
1 l’lioiiv, Aitkin 11
XI A S C O T
H av « rtx, tnooey to Invett.
fcV*rtI to be cered fcv at <<t jt<>
to b< maiugcd?
LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES
Will y X..- heelih. ttnx and
privat« aitxn psonll you to
uianag* them properly and
KI.AMATH I AI.I.S ANI> MERRILL
You may lu»« th* coflntlv*
wisdom of eaperlenced man In
th* iturugcnxrt of your lr.t*r-
cats if you con tuft this Ccnpwuy.
Largest aid Bat Epji >?O Stabln in Siuthern Oregon
It also receives deposits
sub cci to check. and savings
accounts from co* dollar up.
|-ay8n current Interest there«.
TOURIST’S TRAOE A SPECIALTY
Acts as truste: In all property
buys and sells bonds, eflecti col
lection*. lends mouey.
i» i i^o 'r
In many other ways It ran be
of service. Call or writs lor fm
FtrnfUft setting forth th* scop*
of its operation*.
On the Melhase place eight miles south of Klamath
Falls will Ivin service every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday for the next three months. Mares will be pastured.
No liability for damages. Charges #10 (or season.
I W ass 9v • roetiLANO
«Mr I. U. Sliort
It is Easy
To acquire riches if you start right
Here is the way:
Buy" one or more lots in the Hot Springs addition
to Klamath Falls. The investment tf a few hun-
dred dollars NOW means a profit of thousands in a
the city of
Klamath Falls, whose population will be 25000
Hot Springs addition is in the heart
Hot Springs Improvement
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Pure Ei ed Stallions
TRY OUR PRICES
AUJr... P. O
PAINTS AND OIL
Have «»Hi .i Ditch to.iirv.y* 1« your l’ro|«ertv I.ins in «foehtf Is your
Till«' perfivt' Ur have a cuntplete* Alwtract and Engineering ofllre.
Tents, Wagon Sheets and Awn
ings. Tinware, Stoves and
Imperial Ranges Etc, Etc
Are You lining Io ttuildf
Kor Halv 3.M ,iri «•* u < mh I larnting I.noi
If «n I want an npporlmtlty In Agni«
two mile« due West o| Khimalh Fall" SI
fl.'« per acre. Alan in, Immo renili al mi «our miti. I a«n pie|*aivd lo make
privet on all «lasses ul building. ami
hen««, Oregon, If. I Fmmltt. Il
will turtilah plsns whenever esceeeory.
WluHivver volt want Irrighi Iront the All wink gnaianlud.
A. M. Tailar,
railroad send an eider to Jaa. H. Muore
l iMilia* bn ami llnthler.
al I'okegnnia and VUM will gel your