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K LAM A TH REPLBLICAN
E. J. MURRAY, Editor.
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
were either not for sale or the price
Mr. Gates says the Deschutes sites
are all right, but the owners of them
cannot guarantee the water supply, as
all the waters of the river are tiled on
by the Deschutes Irrigation X Power
company. and his conqiany could not
afford to take chances on seepage from
the canals when forty or fifty thousand
dollars would l>e required to construct
an adequate plant. Capital, always
wart, is doubly so in this instance.
HUGO’S SHORT MEMORY.
canal, is offered for sale. It consists of
wagons, harnesses, stretchers, double
trees, scrapers, slips, carts, scrap iron,
track iron, blacksmith coal, donkey
engines, centrifugal pumps, blacksmith
outfits, tents, Ixrats, »hoes, underwear,
overalls, rttblier goods; and a full line of
No reasonable ■ ■ r w ill be reins. 1 tor
all or any part of above articles. 1 r
further )>articillara call at Camp 1, and
see M V’-i'N. I’AN Is A Co., or E.
W. GOW EN.
Tdd Different Version« of a Story on
Th reo Occasiona.
Notice For Bids
The committee on building of the
ls>atd ol trustee«, of Grace M. E. church
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, will receive
bids for tl.e erection ol a church build
ing on their lot« north of the public
school, until 12 o'clock noon, May 25,
1907. All bid« to lie aeeoni|>anivd with .
a certified check for $200. I'lana and
specifications can be seen at the ollie«) id
the secretary. We reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
J. F. CROFT.
Secretary Building Trustees.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon this
7th day of May,
The Revue llelalomadttire publishes
United States Senate, Washington, D.
in anecdote on Victor Hugo which by
C, April 30. 1907.
It.¡ill) will be considered very
Hon. 1. I.. Mulit. Ashland. Oregon.
teristle. Right utter Napoleon lll.’a
coup d'etat Viet >r liti. > and Schorl-
I have received yours of April 24th
cber. n well known politician of that
and note, with pleasure, that my efforts
t igether from l'iris.
in the Southern Pacific land grant case
abort tiuie afterward, when Hugo met
Sctioelclier nt his i i nc lu lìrtisscls, the
Mr. Hawley talked this matter over
poet salii: “Yes, my <!.»ar friend, you
with me when he was in Washington
can boast of havmg , neo sc insi me iu
last February, and we together called
very much, I bad no coubt but that deiuption of the follow illg « arrant» :
on the president and placed the matter
we wen* done for " Turning to the 1473
before him. At his suggestion, we took
other guests, be explulued:
it up with the attorney general and we
"We were on the w.ty to the North 1476
are now keeping it before his eyes. I
em railroad depot and were <ttlng si 1477
have had several personal conferences
Notice is hereby given that there are lent and uneasy In the ouiulbus, our 1178
with the attorney general in regard to funds in the County Treasury for the hats drawn deep over our forehead«. 1479
this case, and at the request of Repre redemption of Klamath County warm
Presently it regiment of Infantry paua-
anta ad by with fly uig colors and resound 1480
sentative Hawley and myself, an order
has been sent to District Attorney Bris No. 14518 and No. 14519 protested on ing music. At the sight Sclioelelier for- 1481
tol directing him to make an investiga November5, 1904. Interest on the same got nil caution ami, leaning out of the 1482
Interest i »n alw»vv warrant« reuse»
window, shouted, ‘Down with Caesar!'
tion into the facts and report as to «ill cease from this date.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, this Instantly I caught hold of him and May 9, 1907.
what steps the department can take to
closed his mouth with my hand. One
Dated nt Klamath Falls, Oregon, this
compel the railroad company to dispose
day of May, 190,.
word more and we should have been Sth day ol May, lt<>7.
L. A lva L ewis .
of its land in accordance with the terms
Treasurer of Klamath County, Ore. done for."
J. W. S iemens , City Treasurer.
of the acts under which the grant was
Two years later Bchoelcher visited
his friend lingo In Guernsey. At iliu-
I realize, and the department realizes
Do you want to buy property that
Do ycu need visiting cards? Il «o call
that this is a very difficult problem to will be a gilt edged investment? Buy ner agaiu the coup d’etat was discuss
the Republican office «here you will
solve. There are many fine legal points in the Hot Springs Addition.
tion« of times past "Do you still recol
involved, and until a thorough investl-
lect, Bchoelcher." he asked, "the day find the latest st vies in cards and type.
gation has been made by the district
of our Hight? Wo really came off very-
attorney, the department will be un FROM OUR EXCHANGES lucky. But didn't we act like mad
able to express an opinion as to how
men, shouting ‘Down with Caesar!'
far it can go under the existing law.
(lake County Examiner, Stay 16, 07 )
when that regiment was passing by?
It may be that before any effective
Of course we were too ludlguant to be
Mr. Mason, of the firm of Mason
Owing to the rapid sales o( South |
remedy can be provided, it will be nec , Slough, real estate dealers of Klainath able to keep our temper."
M id land townsite property, the man
essary to pass a special act of some sort; Falls, has been in Lakeview on busi- j Several years lapsed, and again
of a character yet to be determined up ness before the land office for the past Schoeleher was a guest In Hugo's agement iis« found it necessary to plat !
on. In case special legislation is neces week.
house. Conversation turned to civic another addition. The new addition
courage and the like. “Well, my dear has just Ix-en tlliil with the County
sary, I intend to do everything in my
(Lakeview Herald, May 16, ’07.J
Court and lots are now on sale at the
power to put it through the senate and
Bishop O’Reilly, of Baker City, is to Scboelcher." Hugo sai l to his friend.
Representative Hawley is ready to ex deliver the Fourth of July oration at “I must tell you something I have offices of Croft A Nowlin and Mark L.
ert his efforts in the house. In fact, I Lakeview. He will honor himself, his had in my heart for years. In a crit Burns.
This new- section is the most desirable
believe that the entire delegation will auditors and the day they celebrate. ical moment of your life you showed a
’ i weakness which grieved me deeply. and lie. I located of the entire townsite. ,
unite in behalf of such legislation, both
W'e are informed that Harry May- j You will recollect that day when we. It is within three minutes walk of the
in the senate and in the house. The
the ex-pugilist who used to visit after the coup d’etat, left Paris and Midland i*v|w>t ami consist« of a 40 acre I
project is a worthy one and no legiti- |
mate objection can be raised to the pas this section with a little traveling show, bow- I. while a regiment of Infantry tract of rich alluvial land sloping gently I
sage of such a law. We are in hopes recently fell heir to an estate in Eng was passing by, at the sight of these from the Ea«t tn the very edge of Ixtwvr
killers of our liberty and in n rage,
that the present law is amply broad to land valued at $750,000.
having no command over myself, Klamath lake at the point where the
permit the Government to compel the
railroad reaches the Eastern shore.
Harry E. Whitney of Klamath Falls shouted out. ’Down wit’i CaesnrT I There is no more sightly location for a i
Southern Pacific to sell these lands to
bona fide settlers in quarter section and Geo. W. Osborn of Tacoma. Wash., bling with for-r. catching h >K1 of me town in the state of Oregon, and the'
tracts at not more than $2.50 an acre. each filed on a timber claim Thursday, . by the lapel of my coat und forcing great scope of rich country turrounping
If investigation proves this to be the before Commissioner West,
me down <m tLe seat, so concerned you
case, the problem will be much easier j summer l4ike
■were for your precious life.”
People looking for timber claims are
of solution. If we are compelled to
go to Congress for special legislation, getting quite numerous these days. A
it is a foregone conclusion that the Mr. Dunbar of Klamath Falls and a
friends of the Southern Pocific will in party of four have been looking over
When fish bite freely they’re little
terpose objection and we will have to : the timber here.
fight them before we get what we want.
(Priueville Review. Muy 9, *uT.)
The Impudence of some |a-ooie la the
But if it comes to this and if a fight is
H. V. GATES IN CROOK.
only great thing alxeit them.
necessary, I, for one, am ready to de H. V. Gates returned with his daugh
To burn a letter may show a lack of
fend the rights of the people against ter yesterday afternoon from a trip sentiment,
but it la in many cases a
the assumed rights of the railroad, through the west end of the county, mark of good Judgment
and I believe, in fact I know, that the and left today for Shaniko on their
You often hear a mother say to her
administration will give us its support way to Hillsboro. The object of the child, “IIow often must I tell you?”
if we have to take this matter on to the trip was to discover a suitable power How often must you lx? told?
floor of congress.
site for the Prineville Light & Water There is one thing you should put off
I consider the Southern Pacific ques company, and Mr. Gates announced till toinorriw that you might do today,
tion the most important one now pend that he had failed after a tour of 236 and that is sitting down und counting
ing so far as the people of Oregon are miles. He visited every available site up your troubles.
concerned. It is doubly important to in the Deschutes valley, including the , Some men hot only feel that the
the people of Western Oregon living Matoles, Squaw creek and the Tumello, world owes them a llvinz, but are sore
along the line of tne Southern Pacific I without finding anything within the, because there are no collection agen
road. It is because of the vast import reach of the company’s treasury that cies to collect It for them.
ance of this question that I am devoting was suitable for the purpose. Thej If you brag that you are contented
so much attention to it myself. I shall Matoles he pronounces the best for a people say you might as well be a cow,
remain in Washington as long as I be , small power plant, such as would be 1 and If you are discontented people say
lieve by so doing I can in any way as required by this city, but the sites' you have a grouch, and there you are
sist the department in its efforts to
solve the problem.
Thanking you for your words of com
mendation, I am, with sincere personal
K. C. H. S. Class of 1907
Very truly yours,
Gray and Gold
J. B ourne , J r .
it gives assurance of its future prosper
Nine out ol every ten |x'rsons who
have visited the townslte of South Mid !
land have purchased lots. There is no
safer or surer Investinent in Southern
Oregon. Only the advent of the rail->
road is necuasary to start the rapid
building and development of the town,
which is destined to la< the future rival
of Klamath Fall«.
For further information inquire or
ad.Ire»»t’KOFT A NOWLIN or MARK
L. BURNS, Klamath Full«, Oregon.
KLAMATH FALLS LIGHT AND WATER COMPANY
that s what
you find at
the best of its kind
Brennan <T Bagley
VI 'ithrow-Aielhase lini Id 'n%
RAI IÌWIN "il,mitE
ULD. T l.DALUnin
Builder’s Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Sporting Goods
Plumbing Supplies, Iron Pipe, Iron, Steel, Horse Shoes
Paints and Oils, Crockery and Glassware, Graniteware
Resolutions of Sympathy
Whereas; It has pleased the Supreme
Ruler of the universe, to whose will
we all must bow, to take away our sis
ter, Gertrude Manning. Therefore, be it
Resolved, that Prosperity Rebekah
Lodge has lost one of its most esteemed
members, the community a kind, hospi
table neighbor, the parents an effec-
tionate daughter and the husband a
dearly beloved wife.
Resolved, that by this great loss, we
are reminded that all must pass through
the valley of the shadow of death, and
while we know that words avail little
in such a bereavement, yet they are the
only medium through which we can ex
press our love for our departed Sister,
and extend our sympathy to the afflicted
Resolved, that our charter be draped
in mourning for thirty days, a copy of
these resolutions be placed on the min
utes, copies sent to the bereaved hus
band and parents, one to each of the
county papers, one to the daily paper,
and one sent to the “Pacific Odd F el
low” for publication.
L0RINDA M. SAUBER.
NELLIE C. VAN RIPER,
ANNA J. O’FARRELL.
Klamath Falls, Ore., May 17, 1907.
Equipment Lor Sale
The entire eqnipn ent belonging to
Mason, ! a C m ó C o ■ ., » contractors for
F lorence B oorey
L ue G lenn L eonard
A lice L ucile C ox
F rank E arl W ilson
A ugustus A lva B onney
L ep . oy G ilbert A pplegate
May 31, 10,30 A. M.
High School Chapel.
M arch and I nstrumental S olo .....................
MISS LETA NICKERSON
JUDGE J. B. GRIFFITH.
O ration ............................... “The Square Deal”
FRANK EARL WILSON.
“We Are a Part of All That We Have Met”
Oliver Gang Plows
Genuine Oliver Plows sold al the same price you would have to pay for the imitations
........................................ “The Parliament of Man”
LEROY GILBERT APPLEGATE.
LUE GLENN LEONARD.
Disc Harrows at special prices and a 16 Shoe Hoosier Drill
with Press Wheels and Alfalfa Seeder at a very low price
Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses, Linoleum
P iano S olo
MISS MAE WORDEN.
Silver-plated and Solid Silverware
AUGUSTUS ALVIN BONNEY.
O ration and V aledictory .............................. “The Holy Grail”
ALICE LUCILE COX.
Q uartet .............................................
MESSRS. MASONS and FAUGHT.
P resentation of D iplomas
JUDGE J. B. GRIFFITH
V iolin S olo
... “The Last Hope”
PROF. A. L. CAMP.
Oliver Sîeel Plows
SOLE AGENCY FOR OLIVER PLOWS IN KLAMATH COUNTY
V ocal S olo
O ration -
Oliver Chilled Plows
Class, Doors and Windows
Studebaker Buggies and Wagons
Agent Firemans Fund Insurance Corporation
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