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KLAM A TH REPUBLICAN
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
TWO DOLLARS THE VI-IAR IN ADVANCE.
Klamath Falls, Or., Thursday, September 6, i*x>6.
OIVEN TO BRYAN
• land for I..krai and »tale control oi
I railroads, Mr. Brvan lias taken lhe bit
? m his teeth. an<l liii'ls defiance at the
leader» who are ao vigorous in tlieir
»Irlctiire» of hiui. In a latei apeecli in
Sew York, he »aid :
“Your president ha» said that I might
1« the neat candidate l»i President. I
hate had that honor twice before, but
whether I »ball have the honor (» moi«*
tl.au you or I can tell. A tew mouth»
ago il looked aa Ihough I might la* a»ked
to I m * your candidate In the neat elec-
But I am assured hv reading the
newspapers that some ol those who Were
(or lue will not now try to force the
honor upon me
“President Gai field »aid lliat lie valued
nothing SO much aa the approval ol hi»
conscience. I would rather have the
approval of my own conacieace than tin*
approval of all the |»*<iple of the I'niUsI
1 State». Every man nmal act in accorri
arice with the dictates of hi» ow n con
aeienca. The majority is not al a ay» in
the right, though It la preaiini«*d to be
iu government, aud lhe only way tor a
man w ho finds luiusell in the minority
is to tight tor his ideas, if he believe»
them to la* light until it e majority is
No man cau lead unless he goes with
the people. He may t*e a little in ad
«anew, but he cannot la* behind them.
Then the IViuocratic party does not
want a leader who will la- found in the
“1 do not wish to offend anyone here,
but I do not care what the politicians
think. 11 I know what the people want
today, I know what lhe politicians want
tomorrow. They are a timid class and
are always looklug lor wtiat the people
revival "<«•«. gol«l.
tn a sand rklg». urn wealthy, healthy.
and happy s.sr after," shaeklng "ff
with his Itugsie sud «lut I ng lu a half
trillad bar ti<aa a popular auuiiqj
"Walt, youM go." tgwortag th«
~l think n.< Iw fuel, an was to go
Thar» » ao sa«s there."
"V«» .1.) dear, ch««« la," coufidvlit
"No, Emily« there's no save In that
catiyou lla»s sums mois cottesP* us
ba poured s «a. omt cup tor blui.ell
and »«I It*. siuoSe Ida. trued cotte,
buller va fresh coals
“But, Jliut It I saw the raitsy sor
Sect I, la :uy dream, why should not
I »es ths save euriectiy, tuo f“ ah.
"I agreed to ths »alley; bul te the
ease never! C'eut »»piatii it Prob
ably Morpheus took you to bls sb«*de
last ulghl and wbils you wer» there
you were cast undor sume sj>ell ttial
gate the appears .»e ut reality " H«
presented a ,.!»« and protuuudly lu
terested couuteuan. a
But you possibly
rsnienilier. tv**, that Morpheus I. a
guardiau ot dreams, and tashiuu»
Ibr gods desire thriu tu be
Surety 1 bave fa .or In
my interest in II iom * policies tor a Inch
lhe lteuoK-ratic |*arty stands. I have
not liad an oppoiluuity to make a Ih*ui-
ucratic »;*ewli lor almost a vest, and uu
Muadreds oi Thou aa ltd s Greet the one not even a political enemy—could
lie so ci uel as to lorlml me to speak »1
I those policies on this occaeiou. tint
opponents have del iv«*«t not only partisan
pleasure hut also i*aiti»an advantage
• ■ •
from the division caused in our party
; Princlpi«* Advocated by Bryan
by money quest ion.
Universal peace through inter- *
“They ought not. thereiore to bar-
grudge the satisfaction that we find m
Self-government and ullurate in-
the fact that unexpected conditions havs
; dependence lor the Philipines
Reform of cuagrem by popular I removed lhe cause of our dilference* ami
electiou of senators and its conien
permitted us to present a united front
; ing shortly after election and ad
on present issue«.
The unlookol foi
; lournment before the election I..I
and unprecedented increase in the pro
y t think your dream
duction of gv*l«l has brought a victory t<
An income tax.
, the ituri ^»1« of th.
Compulsory arbitration for
both lhe ndvocatue of biuietallmui—tin
: pules between capita) and labor.
former keeping the gold standard uh id
4r«ainpalac**. Ha»» iuulh«r cup ut
Vniveraal eight-hour work day
they a.inte«i and the latter securing th*
Silver uumtion settled by larger
coffva du *
volume of money received through I largei volume of money for w hich the«
"Mu* thank« And you needn’t try
; increase in production of gold.
contended. Wewhulatur bimetallisn
to take iuj mind fr«>m that cava \ ou
Extermination of monopolies by
are ffoiiqf over lu Hear < anyot* t<> day
are satisti«**! with our victory if tin
: complete overthrow ot trusts
U> dig tor gold in a cave you * iP find
! friends of monometallism are satistie
Abolishment of campaign fund.
ther« lh», pieHM« give thh ••n* day'»
with theirs. Ami we can invite then
Imprisonment for guilty trust
work tu plea«« m whim of mine “ coin-
j to a contest of seal and endurance n
mg around the table and
Federal license for interstate cor
the effort to secure tu the people tl.i
•heek a c«»aMiug pit
rights which have lieen gradually takei
Reform of tariff abuses.
VX«II. I suppose I
from them by the trusts.
Public ownership of railroads,
must there t nothing else when a
trunk lines by federal government,
The sigh of relief that greetoi th.
local lines by lhe states.
TH have your lunch readv hy th«
elimination of the silver question ws
Preservation cd individualism as
tim« you have etii'iled Mag <’hildr«n,
changed to a grasp of horror wheu Mi
. alternative to socialism
run for papa*« pick an I ah ival^ ahe
Abolishment of special privileges
Bryan, in measured ton«*», as if full)
broke iu. il. cheerfu’ ha«t«
: aa foundation of plutoctacy, w hich
realising the demoralising effects hi* I
Jim King «ad«ll«d th« little roan
ia the menace of republics.
words would have.canie out squarely foi
mar« and led her up t<- the camp, tied
government ow nership. He sa*d :
bM dinner pail to the canlie. mounted,
New York. Aug. 31.—Mr. Brvan «as
“ Experieiice lies demonstrated th»i
aud shouldered pick and ahov«l, with
a hang dug look
the recipient yesterday afternoon and municipal corruption is largei« traceahi
By MARY ft COATES.
“Now. Jnu. look fur a big dogwood
last night ot the most enthusiantic ova to the tact that franchise corporation»
that*« Ute mark, and there are wild
deal led to control city councils aud thus
tion ever tendered an American cilii*n
E MUtiT g»t out of hara th
blackberry bine« growing vver lb«
increase tlieir dividends If lheir mana
aooaar the bsttsr- that'» al mouth <»f liu rare **
in private life. From lhe time of his gers adopt the same policy, the sentí
thsr« ia to It
November in sigh l
“Auyvyny, what*« the good euppo«-
arrival at the pier nt 4 o'clock until he nient in favor of the ownership of lhei
no work, nu pay dirt no, not a* al lug I should Amt itr the land'« aU
ttm»h«*d his hour and a half address la* railroads by the guverniuent is likely t
a sign of euiur ba.a 1 e.er found oi •laked,“
fore 30,000 people at .Madison Square increase as rapidly tboiighout lhe coun
Gartlen it was a continuous ovation. try aa the sent iment in favor olmunicipal
Jim King looked aaroea the gulct abq>a.
Ths wildest cheers greeted his every ap ownership has increased in the citie»
to “Prue Bar" claim, which, in th,
With a happy. confident heart, Mrs
wake uf the latest gold stampede h, King watche't her husband ride away,
pearance. At the hotel lie was fairly
•'1 have already readied the condu
moblard by his admirere. at the rmvp- sion that railroad» partake so inudi ol had hastily staked; aud tu which, il
till ( mi waa hitbleu by the low growing
his haste and premature excitement
shrubbery aloug lhe winding trail
lion following his arrival al the hostelry, the nature of a monopoly ttial the«
he bad brought his family.
Somewhere iu th« dietanc« a quail
he sinaA hands with u.any thourands, mu>t ultimately liei-ouie public properly
“ ‘Prix« Bari* We ought to hae» piped a warning not«
at the Madison Square garden, where lie and I* manage J by public officials ii
named it Trisa Humbug’ * he mut
“Jim's gon* that far already.** ah«
apokeduring the evening applause greet the interest of the whole community in tered fropi his •eat od a log dotali
said, but the could Dot are what lhe
ed his every sentence, and his tiret ap connection with the well-detin«*d theory chair duty am- absently t«»aaad bit/
quail aaw : th« pick and shovel cached
pearance calle. I lor th * pandemonium that pul'll«* ownership i» ne«'e»sar« of twig» amt fir comta into the camp
under a thicket of tall huckleberries,
fire as ht auminad up their situation
which shook llie luiilding lor eight min w herei-oni|>etition is impossible. I di
aud the rider ^xaa on. without them,
taking the fork that led directly away
not know it lhe country is ready fu,
obser.ing his downcast looks as all.
from Hear canua.
As Mr. Bryan a* know lenlged the thun tlus change. I do not know if a majority
cams from the tout where she ha<
H«»w «till lit« morning wa> not a
daring applause at the garden I torn 30,- oi uiy own party favors it, but I believe been putting the children to sleep
touch of wind anywhere! .Mr« King
UHO throats liieeyeg tilled with tears ami that an increasing nuuilier ot the j*opl> “Thing» may not really be as bad a.
lifted her eyea to the scenic aplendur
he strode nervously from side to side ol see in public ownership the sure reimsly they appear.“
uf her aurruundinga Ou av«ry border
“Couldn't ba worse; grub nearly
lhe narrow platforip.
for discriminations between persons ami
“ How can 1 thank you fur this wel politics, and for the extortionate rates gone, money, too, and I*ve rustle*'
among the boys fur a job, but u»m
come home?" lie said. **My heart for the carrying of freight and juissenger»
<>f them really need a roustabout
would be ungralelul if il diJ not con
“believing, however, that the opera
No, couldn't be wore*.“
secrate itself to «our service. It was lion of all lhe railroads by the federa
“O, yea, they could but finish youi
kind to prepare tins reception. It war government would result in the ••ci.
pipe, ami come t*> bed It's dark u«*w
kind of Governor Folk Io come here all lialixation which would all but oblil
but you know light c.,ni«M Io th*
the way from Missouri. It was kind of erate state tin«-», I prefer to see only tin morning who kuowsf sleep oftei
heljw the brain to suite knotty
Tom Johnson, lliat example of moral trunk lines operated l,y the le«lrial go«
courage we so much need in tin» country eminent ami the local line» <qie«ai«ni l>y prubi-ma.“
The tiames of the campfire flared
to lend tits presence here. It was kind the several stale government». Ssi.r
in you to recouipenee me fqllv lor being have opposed this dual ownership as up fitfully, git lug weird, white high
I impracticable, but investigation bascóte lights to the trunks of ths firs in li>.
absent so long troui my native lami
shadow, ami above, their plumed top»
thank you. 1 return to the land ol my vinced uieHint it is entirely practicable
were veiled, in baau*eae by the wan
birth, more proud o( my citisenship than Nearly all the railroads of Germany ai< ing moon.
owned by tho »««eral slates lhe euipin
I taler the Influence of the balsam
Following are excgtpls from his speech not even owning the trunk line», in
laden fragrance that floated up from
which bids fair to re make or break yet the interstate traffic ia nuwireoli the fir boughs spread deep over th»
lent floor the remembrance of then
harassing situation faded from Mrs
A tour through lhe Fiiilippme island,
King's mind. The Ured body found
has d«*epen«*d lhe conviction that we
rest, and the weary brain waa Boon
should lose no time in announcing out
lulled to sleep, but the dream mind
purpose to deal with the Filipinos as we
flitted on, hera and there, weavlug
hi» mountain, forest ami campfire into a
dealt with the Cubans. Every consider
ation . commercial and political, lead« to trip aruumj the world and Ins Madison daodalour not work, which gradual
thia conclusion. Buch ground as we Square Garden scarecti lia««- t>reu th« ly narrowed, through the dream
tuples ui political * ir* I.-« during the alembic, to fixed dietluctneoa, ami the
may need lor coaling stations or for a , chief
Conservativr fk-mucracy moonlight on the stretching flrtopa
naval base will be gladly conceded by the , past week.
Filipinos, wbo simply desire an oppor ha>l a buuib dropped in its rank by the lhe hollow blackness beneath aud
the glowing code became a sunlit
tunity to work out their own destiny, noted Nebraskan, when he declared
••Hey. a dark ca*« and down in it*
inspired by our example and aided by
depths giittarad crystal* giobuiea
ownership of railroads. Tlieir paeans of
Th« brighine»« of lh«iu
"I return more convinced than before rejoicing over united democracy and pierced bar «yea.
ol the importance of a change in the adulations to their new leader were
With a start she ewoke and saw th«
method of electing United Blates sens turn«*d into execrations, when the morning sun shilling straight into the
tors. There io noticeable everywhere Plumed Knight of Nebraska poured bis lent through a tiny opening in ths
a distinct movement toward democracy volley rd radicalism into tlieir ranks and folds of the tty
dream of gold it wee! and woven ot
in its broadest sense. In all the coun- shattered their fondest hupea of his re
nothing but suushine
It must cer
triee which 1 have visited there is a generation. “If he had just left gov tainly portend good luck but from
demand that the government be brought ernment ownership out." they cried, earth or sky which. I wonder that's
“we could have stayed. But lliat—why the p* int O. for a dream book! M»
nearer to the people.
I have been a been t too long to speak it’s worse than free silver.** And poor kingdom fur a dream book!” ahe said
und. r her breath, then louder. "Jim.
with any authority on the pul,tic senti- old democracy is split wide open.
The conservative democratic press are you there r*
ment in thia country at this time, but
“Tea, and breakfast h nearly
I am so convinced of the justn-e of the throughout the country has its guns
income tax that 1 feel sure that the turned toward him. Among some ol ready, You were all sleeping so
soundly I thought I wouldn’t disturb
people will eooner or later demand au llie editorial comments are the follow
you; but it's 1st« enough "
amendment to the constitution which
"We'll !>e liiers iu a few minutes
t’hn ago Chronicle * Ifeiu. >—Once home '
will specifically authorise an income
t oms, children, break fact ia ready
tax and thus make it possible for bur
Doesn't the coffee smell g*H»l?“ and
dens of the federal government to be quainted with the fact that he has the quielneea of ths lent waa at an
apportioned among the people in propor learne*! nothing iu statesmanship, but ami drowned u> the children'» laugh
tion to their ability to bear them.
It is as firmly wedded as ever to all his ing chatter.
“Breakfast!" called a cheery voice
ia little abort of a disgrace to our coun political ami economic errors ami follies
again, and they trooped out. After
try that, while il la able to command to call them by no harsher name.
On the whole his ep«*ech is an over all had t*eeu served, Mrs King weut
the lives of ita citisena in time of war, it
proof of ins radical unsound to th« fire and began marking in tha
cannot, oven in the moot eitieiue em
eool aahes with a long stick.
orgency, compel wealth to bear its share uese politically, economically ami even
“JUn. la there a valley anywhere
of the expenses of the government,winch morally, and that he ie altogether an un near that runs along aof High moun
tains on thia side, and scattered fir
Society is justified in demanding that the great powers of our National Chief trees on thia ridge, and over here a
great spur of rocka that dips into the
the difference between capital and labor Magistracy.
New Orleans Picayune Ind Dem.*— chaparral belowf"
shall be settled by peaceful means
with lhe right hand and with the lait
permanent impartial board is create,I to
carefully held her blue calico ilort
which either party to an industrial dis next National campaign will tie between back from the fire
pute may appeal or which can of its ow n Iiemocratic radicalism and Republican
“Of course.'' he
motion institute an inquiry, public opin radicalism. It is the most poseilul po leealy.
ion may be relied upon to enforce the litical presentment that has l>e.*n given
finding. Ii th*»» *• compulsory sub to the people emce the war, and, if signs eagerly, yet doubtfully.
“Certainly You hare pictured Hear
mission to investigation, it is not nec
tn— that there shall be compulsory of another revolution, as were llie great canyon quite correctly It ie user be-
acceptance ol the decision, for a full »IMH ches on both sides in IMO and 1801. youd that peek where you see a
Iml — Vn'ess the brokea tree alamlmg alone.
and lair investigation will, iu almost
what of ItT"
every case, bring about a settlement
“Just thia: I saw H In my dream
"Thus far 1 havs dwsll upon subjects term of probation in the wilderness, il last night, end I'm going to ask you
which may be regarded as strictly non-
to go *»er there and kunt tor a cava
pw'tisan. but 1 am sure that you will tralization.
Angersd by the sharp criticisms of his
if in this presence I betray
'O. yea, I know,“ antletpatlng her
A Dream of Gold—
And What Came of It
were ths mountains In lhe quivering
hare of aiinshlns, unfohllng in ever
changing tints and shadowy lights.
|*vak lieiomi peak, aa tar a» the evs
could r«a* h. they rose, gland, al III.
majestic ami untamed, expreeebe *»t
"8llr' Stir! Stir'" said a noisy blue*
jay. and she turned tu h»r work lhe
children were happy when camping
ami to them th« day pasted quickly
with s,-h***>l (>*>**ks amt exi'ursiuns up
am! down th» mountain able for nuts,
musses amt lichens, amt in untiring,
never discuuragvd »varche» for "Hold "
Ami a family <*f luqulsltlvc jays must
receive ln»tructtoi>» in th» art of be
havior. for which all the tal*l» scrape
ware carefully hoardeil in all kinds of
secrvl places ami doled out according
to the merits «aruvd al each perform-
Slowly the vivid noon blue of th«
mountains chaugv*! l*> blue gray of
sv«u am! deepened to purpl« making
lh«m »«am nearer ami clearer than Iu
th« morning; ami as th« shadows gath
• red uvar. a lit 11« bird trlllsd a tiiuid,
ew»«t vesper hymn
“Come mamma Isn't It time to cook
suppar?" The children brought In
dry limbs and con»» fur th« night's fire
“There he eon*«»! Papa's couiiug.
chlldreu wavs your hands!“
Th« horseman coming up th« grade
doubled up hla palms and sent a shrill
whlalls echoing along the ridgs
“Uer«. children, give Mag a good sup
per She's tired." he said, after uu
saddling th« mar« Then he poured
waler iu a ttaain picked up a bit ot
soap amt began lalhvriug his bauds
“Dirty, arvu't the) ?" with provoklug
“Yea. but Jtm what ?“ iuterrv-
guted hl» wife.
"llh. 1 found the cava just where you
said I would; but cave, claim and all
are owned by a man over In A.hland
I went over aud found the fellow ruus
a little coffee house there aud *ll»ll*'l
value your cave very highly Said he
didn't propose to rlah anything uu
such a picnic, but I could work It
'halvers.' “ Klug ran on with remark
“Yea. of course, but what els«?“aha
“Well." he continued with a tantal
ising drawl. “It Is a vein uf quarts that
rune down the pur ph) ry aud th«
"Pocket gold! I
knew it. 1 knew I
Here in dreams!" •
in her firin belief.
I “Don't you want to see a nugget?*’
au«l he handed her a yellow Belledsur
“Jim King! How could you do such
a thing?" and on her face chagriu aud
perplexity struggled for supremacy
“Aren't you ashamed to play such a
shabby trick?" shs managed to say.
You sea. you were ao
bound and determines! I should find a
nugget that I was sfrald to coots back
without one; and It's the bee* 1 could
do,“ aa amused light dancing tu hla
/ Aim to He Reliaba
Real listate Business
L* re fu II y 1 ru n xuclud
Houses and Rooms for Rent
*r. VV. STEPHENS
For ealr The notili hall <»( the luitlh-
••ast quarter, Ihr «umbra«! quarter «»I
Ihr norlhrawl quarter and Ihr iiurthraal
quarter of ibr eouthraal quarter ol ere
tion nineteen» Mouth ol rsngv eleven,
vast of Willamette meridian. Impure
al this ottica.
“Issa And what etas?"
met Sam Adams ou the way. Sa
pul me oa the track of a )<.b as Kre-
man os a ranch d>>wn below. So 1
went ov,r aud uist lb» owner
A botai i hai a ill |M»y splendid Intrr
rat <»n Ihr Invealmrnt. •.» runa,2 «lory
and I mam - iih * III bithdintf, raal <>l Ihr in*«
m I hm »I buihlhiK, rurtivr (Olli ami Pin«
Furcrlran l»ath and waler doari«,
a ill rant rradily lor I’»
month. The building now under con*
«truction will ba romi»ir(a<i ready lorur-
cupaucy alN>ul Hept i&, outahle and In
sida Io receive two rúala ul paint. Prier
and Irr ma <»n apullrathm Io I*. H ('amp
bril. . J i-.-il. I «brvidv inn
AILsTIt M’ is t>F TI TLE made with neatiieM and dispatch
invile at lent l<m to our FILING t A Iti N KT. hYS FEM
KP ami I ENtfite
>Vi* baie a cholce line uf landa in trai la laigr ut amali, tu sull pur
ch.iwr*» ; aiau city pruperty of all dea** ri pi lima
• eel IlMllI’illiee . . •
We carry a full line <>f liiaurain r. Including Life. I‘vtar*tial Accident
Fire. Steam Boiler, Plate Glam, and Liability Inaurane«*.
Buena Vista Addition
TO KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ADDITION WILL BE
ready sum. and lots therein will be pl ued on lhe market.
tract couiprlMMi 530 acres, adjoins Klamath Falls on the north and west
and Is.rders on Link River and I'pper Klamath Lake for two miles.
From tills addition can tie seen the grandest panorama on tlw Pacttk*
Coaat. comprising Lake. River. Valley. Hill
Mountain and Snow-capped
Peaks, blend into an harmonious picture of unequalled beauty and mag
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.
A complete sewerage system will Is* put in.
The entire cut ol the Odessa
sawmill has been purchased, and those building in the Buena Vista Addition
this summer will have flrat call on the output of thia mill.
Plans for a magnificent hotel are now being prepared, and construction will
begin thia summer.
Thia hostelry will lie located on one of the most pictur
esque spots in the addition and will be surrounded by a park.
If you want a home in the most beautiful section of Klamath County, buy
a kit in the Buena Vista Addition.
If you want to live where you will be surrounded with beautiful homes, buy
a lot in the Buena Vista Addition.
If you want to live on the street car line then have your home in the Buena
If you arc looking tor an investment that will yield return», purchase prop
erty in the Buena Vi»ta Addition.
next door Postoffice
Klamath Canal Co