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KLAM A TH REPUBLICAN
I W.‘Bum»» came in this week from
friend <4 She ha was nutaid« tbs grouude. hurrylug
Klamath county to look after hi» inter- I Me. Asrrwb was an
Hancocks' but it was asverwl years Jowu itis street.
est» at Ins old home m Aslilandand viali slues ths, had seen him. owing to hie
lMun«r was user. mix »I th« •«suing
among hi» friend» alio were glad to wel long absence abroad 11« happened to («Met, and still nothing was «««ii uf
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
bv traveling through their part of the Mr Darrah Thn •l«»h had atrueh It;
CUT THIS OUT
Mr». Joe Smith and Mi»» Caine Dxvi Country, and finding that he should lie th« coach ma II had come Iu to Inquire
drove m from Klamath I all» tin» week obliged to |>ass ths night al Easier«
Jauctlou. oui, ten miles'distant froiu up for th« ulgh*. nud ih« family ware
»< » for *»<».<><>
he had hired a horse ami d«l>aring as t»> th« ad» l.abillty of re
TWO DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
tiring, when th» culprit app«ar«d.
To »ell any game
l>r«athl»aa ami haatsd aa though from
U*i kill more than 10 pheasants, gromw hi« frieuds.
Ihe, were delighted to see him. amt hurrying
or quad in one day
Klamath Falls, Or., Thursday, August 30, i>>o6,
When hs «oxild s|*«ak h» began hia
To catch trout leas than 5 iucliea in hospitably urged him to epvml the
aa«ur«d that lie
uight He declined the invitation, how apologi«« Hs
To catch trout olhei than with h<»>kand •ver, ae he Wished tv take the first could tw pardoue.l ou only our comii
TME NEW ROUTE
tram in th« umruiug from th« June tiuu; that h« niah« » full ami fr«« ex
catch trout by night halting
II.>u. aud so must drixe lank that sveu ptonation uf hia «rraiic twhaxior
TO SAN FRANCISCO
I HE RAILROADS To
To hunt deer at night
It. agr««d that hia rmlviiea« demand
To hunt deer with dogs
Th») aa«ur«d hiui that he could uut ed it. and. not without coufuaiou. re
Will Make Klamath Falla the Flrat Demands Detailed Report» I nder an To hunt game, annual», or biixls without a»cap« dimiqf with
aa the) had lated hia story
City In Southern Oregon
Three years l»«fore. while living in
liceuae except upon your own ground pkatpuuttu their dinner until Might
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
o'Uutk uu Mvouui ut th« chddtwu s Paris. x»li«r« hi« businvae iiitereal« «1«
Black lias» No law Snipe--No law
party Hr «xpr<*»rd hia pleasure al luamled his pres«uce. ha had m«l M im
The Southern Pacific company has de
Acting under an almost forgotten
Owing able to du su and they Mere ui Lester aud become angaged to her
cided to abandon its long persistent at statute. Govern >r Chamlwrlain ha» in
full Ude of earneat coinersaltou wheu Then a wretched niisuuderstaading
tempt to make through freight and pas st it uteri step» which max precipitate a
arua«. ami they quarreled and parted
Millie came into the room
senger service profitable over the Ash titanic struggle with the railroads in
H«.« vxaa iu the niidat of a arnteiivr To change the prorerbali«hlly. " I‘h«y
land division crossing the Siskiyou Oregon.
wheu hia a«e tell upon liar, and he sud quarreled ill haste, to repent at lei» ,
mountains. Yesterday the company
fu 1885 a law way passel requiring
denly atm<|*«d. ««idcnliy much iui ure." Boon after the Letters left * 1
cunsumated at Ban Ftanciaco the pur everv railroad in the state to tile will
pressed m some waj by Iter ap|»ear Paris smt returned to America
a nee He watched her intently while heard «vcidenllx of Mr l.ester'adeath,
chase of the California A Northeastern. the secretary of state an annual report
she played, aud at the ch»»«, wheu ami than a rumor reached him of the
40 miles of road extending north from showing the amount of business trans
others were applauding her for ha« young lady's approaching marriage,
Weed, with rights of way to Klamath acted, the value of its properties, the re
ing done »v remarkably well he went but be axion lust all traxs uf her im Ins
Falls, which will be extended to meet ceipts and expenditures and the physi
Y THE time Freddie Law rem*« hat over tu the pxauu and begau lu talk tu return to America lb«' pre»lous w inter,
Coupon on presenting it .it
made auuther milltou ur two it her
the Natron extension now surveyed into cal cvMiditioa of the road, together witl
he triexl in xain for news of her I'liey
would nut be surpriaiug if he euduwed a
the Klamath country.
much other important information. Tin
Mrs Hancock. ••'ting his Internal iu
the Studio .Hid the payment ot qo cents and
The Southern Pacific management, in ian, though still in force has been ig -school fur the ad van«, einent •»< clairvoy the child, proposed tu Millie that she •oulxi impure and he could learn abeo
mx month» agu > uu uuuldu i
Intel, nothing <>f her
providing a naw north and eouth line nored for the past eight years Governor
getting the o I1 ri . i I signature becomes a meml*,r
have fuund a greater acv>ffur at ah should take him tu the refre»»hinrut
The dreas which Mill!« wore was one
list ween Portland and San Francisco. . Chamberlaiu now propose* to see that fur in» uf myatkiam. I ke chauge cauie lent for an Ke The arrangement was
ot the Club entitling them to one dozen ut my
tuoat agreeable to both of I.er gueete. he well remembered and aroused tils
has two objects in view—to take care of I the law is enforced ami lie lias requested about iu thia way.
interest emt curiuaity at uuce
expected enourmous tonnage that will Sex* retail of Mate D uii I mu to notify
Six tear» ago Freddie wax one of who were eoou ou such friendly terms rest the, knew
BEST $4 00 Cabinet Aristo Platino photos also
follow irrigation in the Klamath basin every railroad m Oregon that unless tlw some 40 young men whv< wanted to that the gentleman went au far as tu
Here peals of laughter met him. ami
one $5 00 16i20 bromide enlargement in bl.kk
and to eliminate some of the extreme reports are forthcoming ste|as will 1» marry a certain )oung woman All of
-If you can buy such pretty things iu the judge said, graxelx "Von h«>, re
grades that have to I* chml«ed on the taken to exact the penalties prescribe, Freddie’s rivals seemed to have hope Hardwick.** said he *’l shall adiiae my lated exenta up to seven o'clock this
these Coupons must lx* sold in
leas advantages inherited or acquired
present Shasta route The company has by the statute.
evening It is with the last four hours
over him and Freddie grew so dejeetetl lady friends to come heie to du their we have now to deal You have otiT, tu
spent millions of dollars to reduce the
For every failure ou the part of a rail that he became eveu leaa attractive spring shupptug ”
jo d.i\ s .md can l>e used until DEC. 1st. 1906.
cost of moving trains ovsr the Siskiyou» road to tile the annual report of its bust than usual Then the )oung woman
-| guess y»»u were net er in our Hard begin the story iustead of ending it.”
“Yes; go on. go on." they sll cried
I he balance fq.^o payable .it tune ot sitting
but in spite of sll betterments made in ness the law provides a penalty of not married him though Freddie has been wick stores ** auswered Millie, laugh
>u. imteed. The poor fellow looked confused. In
the track and grades there is constant less than $’>,000 ami not more that unable wholly to believe it ever »nice ing merrily at the idea
NO EXTfH CHARGE lor groups.
.\. » he ever accused Freddie uf be this dreaa came from Haris'0 and not deed, for a moment, polished man of
trouble and expense of maintenance and $lO.tkk) For every false return by a
the world aa he was. but recovering
from two to four locomotives are often railroad there is a further penalty of not ing brilliant, but he stepped into hie without pride she giauerd at her coni himself he said "I must leave that to
1 W. KH I MAN
required to haul the long trains over less than fo.lWO amt not more than father*» »hues and did even better ' t pani*m to ubaeri« the effect she wss yuur imagination It ought to surth «
productug by her surprising state
$10.0(0. or imprisonment of the offend
to be told that ths engagement la rs
four tears Freddie gared across hie meut
It is expected that the new route via ing officials for from two to live years
He looked aa startled aa she eould uewsd '*
dining table at hia wife, like a ma>
And Miss I.eater, or Mrs Darrah, as
Klamath Falls and Natron will he com
The attention of Governor Chamber- a»tra) in a fairly tai« l hat she looked have wished
became ««»on after, wa» fond of re
pleted and in operation within two years lain was called recently to this forgotten bat k at him with a certain light in
**ls that where you do your shop
and that it will reduce the cost of carry law and a careful investigation of th< her eye* was tu Freddie uue of earth's ping ?'* he inquired smiling, though Lis minding Millie lhal be. auae she was
hind ami obliging »ml returned to the
voice had a curious sharp ring.
ing freight ami passengers almnt one statute was made. The governor ha? m t strries
drawing room to pie«, a» Mrs llau I
But one day something happened or
"Oh, no, *>f course not. 1 never was Coch wished she had Iveen the means *»f
half. The present line from Eugene to satisfied himself that the law is still in
Weed, about -*94 miles, will la* operated effect, and that as the state’s ehiel rather »«»methingdidn't hapfwn. which there My musk teacher ga*e me this “ making two people happ, for life
"And her uame?" be asked, breath
as a feeder, arid the only change in its executive he is in duty bound to enforce was the same thing At tirat >t was
These same people were ever the best
a fleeting, half realued twinge uf dis
■ elationship to the general public will it to the letter Such enforcement will comfort iu one corner of Freduie's lessly
of friends to Milhe whom the, luvetl
".Mias Lester." said Millie.
hardly les» than their «.w ti children She
be that its tram seryice will favor Coos have a material effect on relatiowa la- brain Then a sen»« of unrest. n«»w
He drew a sharp hieath "Mlaa Mar was s*lucale«t as het first leecher had
Bay and Portland commercially, almost tween the public and transportation here. d « oa gone, that mad« Freddie
garet Lester?" he urmanded
planned, anti became an artist of no
companies. The principle 1- firmly set fear he was bilious Then with a sort
to the exclusion of San Francisco
sAllaSTK.M ’ l’> OF LI 1’1.E intith* with nr.it im - m » and ili*qNit<'h
Under the new regime, trade relation» tled that common carriers are subject to *»f dumb instinct he went and bought I lie. surprised iu her turn at his excite I small merit; aud »list is better, a good
hia Hr 4ttriiih»n to <»ur FILING C.iHINKT .SYSTEM
- may be somewhat read justed. Should control and regulation by the state; bis wife a diamond and ruby necklace ment.
a wholesale trade spring up at Coos Bay that charges must I«- reasonable and that was worth a maharajah's ransom
-And «he la not married?"cuutiuued
Dsrrlah to Mow« M«t«or.
the Rogue River country may liecome without discrimination and that the fix
chest Something had been changed
t«m oietaortt« which * m
tributary to that point, as Cooe Bay ing of rates and fares is within the power
"No. indeed She ta all al<*De Her
insci* large <>r » iim II. I h «ult pur-
or lost- Freddie knew but he groped
offers the nearest seaport, and the Drain of the legislature. The new interstate along blindly Then all of a suddeu mother died last year, aud she is very brought tu thia country sum« years
pi li um .
Mu by Lieut B«ary has been removed
line, with a maximum grade of one half commerce law even goes so far as toem- one day. the truth went through him sad and lonely "
from th« Brooklyn navy yard tu th«
per cent, would place the Cooe Bay power the cointuiasion to require that tike half a dozen double-edged swords
American Museum uf Natural History
wholesaler in a position to do business accounts of railroads shall be kept in a His wife wasu't looking at him the ruptly. -Not in this town?"
It was necessary to us« the big d«r
throughout the region from Eugene to certain way so that the commission may
rick owned by a wrecking company
After that the descent into Hades "you can ace the house from here . that Th« meteorite was landed at th« W«a<
know exactly what expendituresare for,
Fifty fifth street
The new Klamath route of the South ami that statement- cannot I«- juggled. wa» easy. Freddie’s wife nut uiily it out.
didn’t look at him the way she used
whanc« It was brought to ths tuuasuui
ern Pacific main line will I* al«>ul I On This is, it is said, equally important
to look, but she didn't laugh at hi»
ue a large truck.
miles longer than the present Shasta with the obtaining of the statements stories the w
’ imtiUolfr and in a i. ’ ent i
she used tu laugh. In
route, but it will l<e p**ss»l4e to u»-ve Slsewseedvee. i**r unit o s llo- U csm are the midst of on« she tried lu euuceal
trains over it faster than the present known which make up the different ae- a yawn.
schedule. Altitudes of the new line counl» it would la* difficult to arrive at
When she took hie arm her hand I
rested on it like a bird but former
will be nearly a.» high as the present the real eatning capacity of the road.
route, but the gra.les will tie much low
It ¡»therefore necessary that the ex ly it was a bird ab4>ut to build a nest
er percentage and running time much act condition, receipts and expenditures Bow the bird was restless for Hight
of railroads operating in this state le One night »he asked him if he was go
ing tu the club, aud when he replied
The Weed road was built 10 years ago known, and from what s«»ur<e the revi- that he would rather stay al home
and is now being practically rebuilt nues are derived, in order to fairly con if he might sit and look at her. she
The Natron line was built about 20 aider the matter of reasonableness ol ; looked b4»red.
years ago by William Reid and a syndi fares and rates. It has I wen claim«,
Freddie's wife cam« tu danc« aud
cate of English capitalists.
It is 94 that
some roads in Oregon are earnini talk aud laugh with other meu and
miles long, from Woodburn to Natron, 20 to 3D per cent on the investment, be accept Freddie with
and was originally narrow gauge. Mr. sides paying all fixed charges, renewals These other men were clever, most uf
Uieiu, ur otherwise favored uf fur
Reid and his associates conceived the and
tune like the 3V rivals who had «»nee
idea in 1885 and after a hard tussle with
driven Freddie tu the onuk uf despair
the Huntington interests they complet
Fieddir would Lave thought suunei
ed the road, after which Huntington
of suicide than uf hrnhug fault wilt
bought it aud converted it U> standard
her The only w« n«1er be had wa>
gauge. It is said the line never paid
that she hadn’t found him out before
pounds tu 174
until the last two years. It is now to
On Thursday of this week Mrs. Maude He went from
become a section of the main line of the Pool, of Yonna valley, while engaged in smoked black cigars tu excess, spent
Southern Pacific, and over it will roll making Ive soap, met with rather seri 15 hours a day at his desk and had
protracted tits of abstraction when
practically rli the Ban Francisco and ous accident. She had deposited a can
retidy main, and lids therein will lie pined on the market. The
time was w^rth a thousand dollars a
Klamath traffic coming to Portland.
of Red Seal lye in the water and think minute to him.
.’»30 acres, adjoin» Klamath Falls on tlie north anil went
It is said more than $150,000.000 lias ing that it had all melted, took a ladle
Aisu hr struggled for awhile against
been put into the Southern Pacific road and raised the can when it seemingly fate. The constancy and delicacy uf
and border* on Link River and Upper Klamath Lake for two mllea.
to better its condition in the last six exploded ami tilled her lace with the hot his attentions might have wun a
From this addition can l»e mtii the grandest panorama on the l*acitlc
years. Until the dividend tliat threw lye. Her face was badly burned and princess
Then he complained tu her reminis
Wall street into fits a few days ago, the her eyes were injured to some extent,
comprising Lake, River, \ alley. Hill, Mountain and Nnow-capped
company never paid a dollar in divi but ie hoped that she will not meet with cently, and she did nut understand and
Peaks, blend into an harmonious picture of unequalled lieauty and mag
dends. Although it was an enormous any serious results from the accident.
dignity. lien mute pathos Al the
ly profitable property for years prior to
John Colahan, of whom we spoke in end he wa» >» ring her about twice a
that time, the Huntington policy was to our last issue as being crippled, is in a week at diuner.
spend the surplus in modernizing the more serious corulition than at first was
One afternoou Freddie slammed his
property, and Harriman has continued anticipated, his hip being badly broken. desk to and left his other in the mid
that policy. Of the amount spent by Dr. Johnson, on Monday set the bones, dle of the afternoon because he felt
Harriman more than $60,000,000 is said ami at last report, lie was doing nicely. if he didn't go out and walk around
to have come from surplus earnings. His sister, Miss Kate Colaban came up he would have apoplexy He tramped
about the streets fur ten miles or so,
The expenditure far exceeded the origi on Tuesday's stage, from the Falls, and
hearing nothing and seeing nothing
nal estimate. It was stated by the has gone to Johnie*« ranch in Yonna and nobody until he ran into or over
management in 1900 that $40.000 0JO valley to help care for him.
would be sufficient to bring the road up
Fur a man whom nobody had ever
I.. Gerber showed us a letter this
to the standard of a transcontinental
accused of being sentfanenfal or imag
week, from D. J. Wilcox of Lakeview, inative. Freddie was thinking queer
He was wondeiing if he
The following figures show the amount saying they were ready now to put up thoughts.
of motley said to have been put into the the Lakeview-Bly telephone line, known should do some heroic deed save a
little child or an <dd man or half a
Southern Pacific since the Harriman in as the Bunting Telephone line, giving us dozen pmrdr and was mangled or ■
terests acquired control: Interest-bear direct telephone communication with crushed I fatally perbapa; in t he opera
ing and funded debt Increased about
tion; whether when he was brought
A complete »eweiage system will Im put in. The entire cut of the Ode»»«
$40,000,000; preferred stock increased
home by an admiring policeman and
ambulance surgeon, his wit« would
suwinill lias been purchasvd, and thorn* building in the Buena Vista Addition
about $40,(100,00'1; common stock in
Justice Bean, of the Supreme Court brush back his hair from his forehead
creased $17,110; receipts from land sales
this summer will liaxe tir»t call on the output of this mill.
Tuesday, the decree of Judge W. K. as she used to do. The picture was so
$6,000,000; surplus earnings, including
Plan» for a magnificent hotel ar»* now la*ing prepared, and construction will
In com- Ellie, of the Circuit Court for Umatilla pathetic that Freddie almost wept
estimate for 1900, $62,800,000.
He might have wept, had his eye
county is upheld, and the act of the
paring its present condition with the
this summer. This hostelry will lie lia-ated on one of the most pictur
legislature of 1905, to tax all foreign nut been arrested at that moment by
statue of five years ago, the following
spots in the addition and will lie surrounded by a park.
facte are brought out: An increase in sheep coming into the state of Oregon for ground floor of a flat house which he
the pur|iow of pasturage or beingdriven was passing This was the sign:
If you want a home in the most beautiful section of Klamath County, buy
mileage of 1692 miles; an increase of
through the state is held void, because
mileage of 80-pound rails from a total of
a lot in the Buena Vista Addition.
the tax is not uniform or levied accord
The Only Greatest
186 miles on January 1, 1900, to 2728
If you want to live where you will be nurroun'led with Iwuutiful home«, buy
miles on June 1, 1906; added equipment
revenue collected under this act cannot
a lot in the Buena Vi.tu Addition.
consisting of 486 locomotives, 327 pas
Psychic Paimlst. Clairvoyant.
be construed as a license because no
senger cate, 16,000 freight care.
Past and Future Fully Revealed The
special privileges are granted nor di>e»
If you want to live on the street car line then have your home in the Buena
Beparatfd t.'nlt.d L,at AITectlons
Reatored Vaiuabk Advice on
the failure to pay the tax render the
Love, Marriage Health. Slch-
r.eaa Divorce Lawsuits,
A hotel that will pvy splendid inter- pasturage of sheep in the state illegal,
If you arc l-xiking for an investment tliat will yield returns, purchsse prop
•st on the investment. 27 room, 2-story but that thi law is essentially a revenue
Nothing Too Difficult.
erty in the Buena Vi«ta Addition.
and basement building, east of the new
school building, corner 10th and Pine case of W. P. Reser, respondent, vs.
Freddie read the »ign over two or
three times. Then he picked out the
sts. Porcelean bath and water closet», Umatilla county, appellant.
Many horses are dying in Eastern clause, about the "separated” and the
will rent readily for $5 per room per
month. The building now nnder con Oregon ir m pinkeye. The Silver Lake "lo.t affections,” and dwelt on them
Then he for ked up and down the street
struction will be completed ready lor oc Oregonian says freighters coming in hastily, plunged into the flat house,
cupancy about Sept. 16, outside and in from Saniko report many esses all along and knocked nt the Veiled Lady's door
side to receive two coats of paint. Price lie road. Freighter Finley has lost three
A young woman with her hair in
•nd terms on application to D. B.Camp- horses lately and last week William curl papers ushered him into a half-
Pitts lost oue.
dnrkened front room hung with Orien
»•U, opposite Lakeside Inn.
tal looklpg and very dirty drnperle«
This Coupon is Worth Money to You
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
CLUB COUPON Limited to 50 members
Found a Way
M ason &. S lough
Buena Vista Addition
TO KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Boulevards and Streets are now being graded, and these will be lined
with Shade Trees. Grading work on the Electric Street Railway
is now under way.
next door Postoffice
Klamath Cañal Co.