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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1906)
E. B. HENRY
Coald Tell I« U.lh.r We*.
It you are not « regular sulwrilivr id
Many year« ago mi old nmt well to I l'in iii'piiblii an. »libs,nt«'now ami take
do farmer lu western New York had i advantageul the remarkable liw maga
CIVIL ENtllNEER and St RM A OR
I sine offer.
something of a reputation a» a litlgaut.
KLAMATH KALI s
lie had a peculiar twist almut his
mouth when lie talked, due to some
All kind* engineering «nd draughting
The sunlight coming down through muscular affection, which gave a strik
tbe leaves danced in spots 011 the Ing effect to tils utterauees III* old
Flans and Specitication» Furnished
The brook flowed merrily. neighbor* tell of a trip that lie made
■ending back from below where It to se.' hl* lawyers ou a certatu occn-
■Ion w hen he bad mude up his mind to
tumbled over the rock» a pleasant
CONTRACTOR and Bl ILDLR
have a lawsuit He sat down with hl*
sound. Occasionally a hint In the top
Are You doing to Build?
lawyer and laid out hl* case liefore
Rtorv and Rar
FlrM Ula« W, eri
most brauebes gate two melodious
him at leugth The lawyer said. W ell
II so I «ant an opportunity o figure
MAIN STREET Ret. 5th and 6th Su notes, attune,! to the brook, the low
on that statement you haven't auy on your work. I aui prepared to make
Ing of cattle, the chopping of the
S • 8 •»
'1 he old man litichisi hi» trou prices on all classes oi buildings and
trunk* of trees, the humming of lu-
•er» nervously. twitched IH» face and will (urmsli plan» whenever iiecv*»arj
: hvi * indeed. the harmony of couutry
hastily replied. "Well. I can tell It an
All »oik guaranteed.
C. T. BONNEY.
But what was that?? I.ike the notes other way.”—Cam* and i uniment.
A M. Taylor.
Contractor and Builder.
Attorney and Counselor at Law i of tbe bird, yet something liuimiu lu
t he PemlHluu ut «
[ It. At auy
uuy rate. It was delicious. 1
The Ibiuiiiiion of t'auada enme Into
Examining Alwtracts .1 Specialty
listened. There it is again. Tills time
existence on July I. ItW’. I he prov
I recognised a girl s laugh,
ince of i nnada wn« dn Id,«! into upper
more than a laugh. It was an expres-
.'nd lower I'liiiiula. winch dlvislous are
O ffu b New Worden Building
slou of perfect happiness
known now es Ontario mid ynetiec re
sounds of the couutry were attuned
► lavtlielv It was »ulisequeiilly nog
to the uotes of the bird all were at
incited b' the province of Manitoba
tuu«"d to this laugh.
• nd the Northwest leri Itorles In l«70.
DR. WM. MARTIN
1 heard voices coming, mid present
by British Columbia lu l«7t mid l*riuce
ly a bevy of young girl* emerged from
Edward I->lmnI in IS73 mid now In
cludes the whole of British Sorth
I noticed twyoud the rest. There were
tall girls aud short girls, girls with
piercing black eyes, gtrls with thick
coils of hair The one I noticed was
Mrti are higirr >on,
they nere Molli.
IHI m h
like none of these Her face was slm
Vntll the sixteenth century anno, new ordvr.
BONNEY A. TEXTOR
pie pink aud white Inuocencc. her tig
developed tu s logical way. Its form«
AB- ure a perfection of the ordinary. A
rived anti can be m * h at
LEGAL. REAL ESTATE
were governed by the necessities of More Th»*t |*y*M*»M the m
STRACTING Bl SINE>^
simplicity of attire, together with the war. and changes In it were the re
»tyle and dvaitf l*»r which
Will farut'h Abstract» of tide and pay tan * harmony of her various physical char
»ult of practical experien e and actus I m noted.
for non residents.
The examination, registration and perfect acteristics. led one to admire without experiment on the battlefield
at first realising what was admired
ing of mle» a Bpeeiahy.
the sixteenth century It became f.u
I have leaded from the Klamath
M ain STirrr Ferfaction rarely strikes us all at tastlc amt meaningless, a gala costimi,
Office. Naw W obdkn B ru k
It must bare time to grow rather than a harness
The givate t Canal Company and J. I>. Conger all
feed <>n the ram hra ow ned by lhr**e | n * o
captain« opposed It« use. but ttie n
Suddenly »he burst Into a laugh, the bles clung to It a« a mark of .listine pie, ami all flock tre*parai
birdlike ebullition I had heard a few tton
After It w«< made bullet proof preniiMVM will be iin|»oUlided.
It became so enormously heavy that nt
Doubtless some one of her compan
the end of the aixteenth century It
Ions bad said something amusing, but wn, complained that gentlemen of thir
It did not appear that this was the ty were even at that age deformed tn
cause of her merriment. It seemed the weight of their armor til sp te «•
ratuer to l>e a spontaneous outburst of the huge armors of Henry Vili . o'
a hap;iy soul, au inuocent sou), a soul Anthony of Burgundy and of some otti
that had uever known suffering, it ers. the average »lie of the mister?
was two notes at the end of the laugh man 1* greater thnn that of the sol
that were almost au exact repetition
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON of tbe notes of the bird I had beard. dler of the middle ages and tbe re
oatssance. If we can Judge from th.
To me they seemed to rise to the armor preserved tn the museum* o’
heavens, then come back as an echo, England and the continent, which are 5OLIL1ILS OI KLAMATH FALLS
DR. C. P. MASON
They fioated among tbe branches of with few exception«, small nnd liar
the trees, 1 drank them In with the row. especially the leg and tli'g”
» air I breathed.
piece». — Ixmdon Mall.
These fair creatures were like a
yffice in new Kelsav Block
The I naalnlr "Mud Devil.”
meteor in tbe «ky—an appeaMuci kuj
a disappearance, with nothing be
A molt ctirlout ugly and ungiul.
semi aquatic creature Is that v h "'i !
OREGON tween. But now and again at Inter
E vhi tfrllnr I*n*ltft S‘<*» ** th gree o(
vals I could bear that melodious laugh known by the common name of mu.
Hnn«.r Uwlgr mrrt» III thr A. ■ • I
jl>rngled with others, each time grow
devil or belltiender The niud devl
hall rvt-rv ••fnn*l an*l imirtii riiursdai •
EVANS 4 HUSON
ing fainter till at last I was left with bus neither the sp k M t ill, tbe Im'-
in t h»* no »nt h. Nanrv 5 U hit»’. C. o| II.
those country sounds which hud been head nor the cloven hoofs that are si.p i Je»«v Marple, Re<ur<ier.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
»<> sweet, but now seemed to have lost posed to ls> the distinguishing mar .«
V\. <» W Exeunt Camp, No.
of the evil one. but be Is bhleou«
KLAMATH FALLS. OR.
Five years passed wh“U I saw the enough to sugged all sorts of borrii* O. IV., tnectj evrrv Tuesday «*y*niriK
at 7 :30 o*v1n»-k at San«l«raun*» nail.
girl with the blrdllke laugh again. I dream« and nightmares, and on thu
nvigbburs c«»rtiia!I> iim liv.l.
was visiting the Golden Gate of tbe account baa lieen made more repúlale»
C. k Hratidmbnru, Clerk
WILL A. LEONARD
west. Da* morning 1 was awaiteued by the bestowal of his uneuphonlous
A. F. A A. 54
Klamath I. wlv*’ No
liefore day by a huge mass of tJaster common name. Ile I« not poisonous In
77. M»< I m MOttnlat «•VfiuiiK on *»r I m *
railing on my che«t. I Jumped out of any way. has no horns or «ting, but I- (nrr th«*
hob'ii ni vHi h ni*>nlh in the
Emma Block. Klamath Falls
bed and was thrown vloleutly agniust »Imply a mud devil because he Is re
Alf\ Marfin Jr. U. .51.
a chiffonier. Tbe building, a hotel, pulalrely ugly. In general nppeiirane
\5 . 1.. iLmdtnn, >rcrvtarv.
seemed like a flag lu a high wind. 1 Ills distorted nnd wart covered body |.
() E . ** — Aloha < haptrr .\n.G|, rnrrt»
<-» g-»-.-» o r»
rx> r> o «■> recoguized the earthquake I got down not exactly unlike that of a gigantic
in the Ma-onif hall «‘Very m *«*«* h <I and
on the floor and crawled to the door; tadpole Ills average length Is about bnirlh Turrda* rv*niiig* in f.u h iiiuhtli.
then a« the rocking censed I rose to eighteen Inches, but occasional well fed I.Hnra A. U illit«», W. M.
my feet and went downstairs and Into Individual« may exceed even two feet l<t*ainrM, >v< rrtar\.
th* street. Men and women were from tip to tip. lie has n broad flat
I G. U. F.—K latnath I^Hlge
2 UliRN S HARDWARE SIOfiE ; there, nearly ail In their nightclothes, bend and u sharp «awli'.e fin running inert«
•very >a!urday* rwntnit in
the women very properly covered In from the ml Idl« -»f tbe back to the tall A. <». I . W. hall Jii-jM’r Rrnnett, N.<».
é Klamath Falls, Or. *) long, flowing nightdresses.
<»••«>. I.. Humphrey, brcietarv.
N tw. I had gone to l ed tbe night
ooo o o -oo-g-»o <-* <-» before unable to find two parts of the
Ewanna Enrarnpinent No. I'», I .< >.< ’.)•
"That wrna a rather Rorinua mistake Encampment meet* *v<otid ami i«>urth
same suit of pajamas. So 1 had put the type* made In apeak mg of young
Saturday* in the tn<»nth in
on a green »birt and red trousers. Gollghtly ”
A. <». C W. hall. Ja*|«er Bennett, C. !*.
Having a cold. I had also worn a yel
"In what way?"
4»eo L. Humphrey, ><.rd>e.
“Changed a ’tf Into nn YT nnd anbl
Prosperity Rel»ekali ¡*odgr
A new shock came. It seemed to laut he was n ragged specimen of athleth
I,<>.<>. F. meet* in the A. 4
minutes, but Its duration was only manhood.”
hall everv flr-t and third Thurwlavii
seconds. The face of n building fell
Jennie Horn, .X. 4».
Into the street. New flames burst out
Lorinda M.> hu I* t , >ccretary.
in every direction. A man was carried
"I never heard such a lot of gossip
K of I*. — Klamath Lodge Nn.
by with blood streaming over bls face The walls In that boarding house have
meet* in the A. O. V. W. hall everv
There was a rush of cattle mingled ears, haven't they?"
Monday evening. Bert Bamlier, C.
with men. women and children. AVa‘
"Yes. everywhere except about the
John Hamilton, K. of R. and H.
dumb waiter." Il.i.t.m .re American
M. W. of A.—b-lge invida in the
Suddenly aliove the discordant uo I hcs
W. L. McCormick,
4 >. I . W. hall every firwt and third
Manager and Contracting Agent
WednrMlav in th»- month.
angel’s voice »p-akiDg to tho atrlckei
Klamath Fall«, Oregon
W. B. M<-IsMUghlin, Consul
I »'ye know. Mis»
people to give them courage? Surely
W. A. I’help«, Clerk.
Smart, though I've only Just met yon
Office at end of bridge
amid this frightful din a voice so heav
there seems to t>e a sort of Intellectuu
Forratera of America—Ewauna Camp
enly could not come from a human be
sympathy lietween u«. Yoh know Jud No. ♦•!, meet« it» the A <• I’. W. hal
Ing. I turued and there stood the glr
C. P. Newton,
bow to appeal to my tastes, you see ».y**rv »«*< ot.d and fourth Fridavw in the
with the birdlike laugh. Beside her
Agent, Pokegama, Or.
Are you a literary woman?
C. I>. Willaun.C
bolding her band, was her Image, i.
E. E. Jamiaon, Rec.
Smart No: I'm a kindergarten teacher
child of perhaps three years. She was
B. E. Joy,
no longer a girl; she was a woman
She was laughing at my red. green ami
Agent, Thrall, Cal. “
"Surely," I said. "If this woman can
laugh amid such surroundings, she wi?
laugh when the earth Is burst asunder
aud scattered through space.
Time contracts made for special
I was destined to meet her a third
delivery for all classes oi height
time and that In a few days, I was
between above points
working among tbe sick of the stricken
Storage warehouse at Klamath
ALL KINDS OF FRESH, SALT
If I were a doctor. I replied that I
Falls beside Ackley Bros, sawmill—
was. nnd he asked tne to go with him
Storage rates one cent per 100
AND SMOKED MEATS
I did so and was taken to one of tin
pounds per <lav. Freight delivered
better class of residences that bad not
SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS
to any part of the citv.
been burned. Mounting a staircase, I
i.iAill.lliio.dlh.JlU Ulatki.ibl.nlUn.. iA^ll
BUY A HOME
J. E. DUVAL
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
EASY TERMS ON I Hl REMAINDER
k . i
Office over Klamath County Bank
MELVIN D. WILLIAMS
IT IS YOUR CHANCE
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
East Main St., below 4th
» - Bnänniü
tjowooiN S SIGN
EAST KLAMATH FALLS TRACTS
W 1 lit v
Klamath Falls, Oregon
I will pay the above reward for
watch my repair department
Klamath Falls I
City Meat Market
Rates as Low asLthe Lowest
MEISS & ARMAND
was shown Into a bedroom. A woman
m<* me at tbe door. I started. It was
she of the blrdllke laugh.
She led me into the room, evidently
not remembering ever having seen me
before. Ou a lied lay tbe <’hlld I had
seen holding her hand when she had
laughed nt my Incongruous eodtini»
Tbe mother looked at the little 1. it face
then at me wistfully.
Ilin! I never
beard her happy laugh perhaps that
wistful look would not have unnerved
I saw her child In the grasp of
the dreaded pneumonia nnd knew that
I could do very little to cheek the dis
One morning I was sent for In great
haste. I went and the moment I saw
the rhllil I knew that It was dead. It
was my duty to tell the mother. Bhe
gave one heart breaking moan.
I have seen her often since, and I
know that the merry laugh of one who
has experienced a great grief has gonu
never to return.
F A. WlTi'HEf.
M ason & S lough
AB s TK.M T s OF TITLE tnadr with ne.itn««» and dispatch.
Invite attention to our Fl 1.1 NG ' MIIXET SYSTEM.
1 C «<• t f I t 4.«
We have a choice Hue of lands In trai ls laige or small, to suit pur-
chasers : alho city property of all deskription».
... I iistiroiive ...
We carry a full line of Inaurance, Including Life, Personal Accident
Fire, Steam Holler. Plate Glass, and Liability Insurance.
Merrill Creamery Hutter
M rs . M. M c M illan , Rrop’r.
73 rooms und RiiitoH.
Sample Hoorns, Bar Boom, Parlor«, Two Club
K oohih , Ete., Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
FUNERAu director and em
have purchased B. St. Geo. Bishop’s stock of
Holder of License No. 29 granted by the Oregon
State Board of Health. Calls promptly attended, city
or country, day or night.
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