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Kobert Fulton’. Time.
Hteamlxiata hud la-eti run aucceMful
ly <>n American waters before Itola-rt
Fulton took tlie famous t’lermont up
the Hudson !'•• years ago Itut some
how It see mod to lx* the hour for «toum-
Isiatlng. and a new era Iti navigation
dates from Aug II. 1*»7 There were
great discoveries In electricity la-fore
Edison entered the Held, but uevertbe-
le.s Edison', name will always stand
at the head of Inventors who revolu
tionlxisl things It requires s certain
amount of («location for the world to
take up with startling Innovations Bill-
son found the way (tartly iqien, but yet
he work *d many years la-fore (a-ople
would ts-lleve what he demoiiatrated
before their eyes
Fulton had himself advertised the
steuinlsiatlng idea by hla experiments
sbmnd la-fore tile aticexssfiil trip of the
Clermont Twenty years before Fitch
had successfully operated a steam vox
ael on the Dataware. It may I m - said
that steam was wanted when Fulton
got to work, but that Fitch was ahead
of hla time Fulton's field was well
chosen New York was a great money
center and the Hudson river a magnifi
cent seelie for a demonstration Tens
of thousands of fieople wen- compelled
to make the trip annually Is-tween New
York and Albany or some point on the
upfier Hudson Ko there was a (laying
business awaiting Fulton's enterprise
of 1HD7, and the Ilin n ation succeeded
quickly ta-cause It Ailed a want of the
Law Should Be Above Suspicion.
la tbe Couaty Court ot<bv#l»ie ol Oreg. a.
The courts nre tin- last resort for pen Fur the County of Klamath.
pie who think i .at their rights are I m --
hi ibstuatter ut th. K.t.te and Guard.an»lnp
lug denied them Allowing for dtffer- of Mary 1‘arkltiton and Frank iH-wey Parkin
eiiees of opinion aud ('lushing Interpre son, Minora
tations of Hu- statutes, disputants pa Order to al ov cause on application of Guar
tiently carry their cases from one court dian f< r Order ol aale of Beal Eataie
It appearing lo the Court from the petition
to another, lielievlug implicitly that
llila day pr«--<*nted and died by Nina
Justice will tie done it last Hut It la Parkinson of Calo Alto, hams Clara county,
a great misfortune when a large part california, the Guardian of the person» and < a
of the public come to tlie col» I UH lot) tan a of tbe above mentioned Maty Parkinson
■ that rulings In the higher courts are and Frank Pvwcy Parkiuaon. Minora and ról
denla ol Palo Alto. Santa Clara < ounty. Califor
one sided It has been so (■barged In ma. praying for an order of sale of certain teal
more than one of the recent Issues be eatale situate in the County of K larnatb, Mate
tween the cirporntlolis and the |ieople. <d Oregon, belonging to »aid Ward», that it ia
Not only tlie cltlxens of North i'arollna, lor tbe beat Interests of »aid ward» that aueb
real caíate should be .old and that the pro
but those of other staten where the ceeda of aueb »ale be put out at interest, or
railway fare disputes have cotne up. Inveated m some productive »lock to tbelr
are Interested 111 the question as to credit or benefit,
Il la hereby ordered that tbe naxt kin of
what branch of the government shall
have the filial word upon “fair and »aid «arda and all (>er»ona Interested in
tbe »aid estate, appear before tbt» court on
reasonable" rates Tin- reviewers of Monday the 16th day of September, Iwr at the
the law an* uot aiqs-rlor to the niak b our of 9:3# iu tbe forenoon of aaid day at tbe
era of the law, hence It la not exact) court room of the above entitled Court, in the
Court bouae a*. Klamath Falla In »aid count)
Hally Judgment, but exjiert opinion, <d
K limatli. State of Oregon, then and there to
which they are emfiowered to render,
•Low iaue, if auy exist. «by a license ahould
nii- right and wrong of thia matter not be granted for the »ale of all the right,
wiu Is, difficult to adjust, especially title and intereat of the and each of the minor»,
since It has tieen pointed out that the being an undivided one-wventh interval each
in and to tbe »'-,. »wi.ne1, and lol» 1. í. s. t and
federal government is liound to inter
- ■ i:'-,»w‘, aw*tsw*(and lot» I and 2
fen* in cases where the states fall to of Sec. 27 alt in towuship 39S. K ? E. W M.
protect tlie public interest. It lias been the Interval»of »aid ward* tn »aid |.remise»,
said that the surest way to have a bad I being »object however, to an una»»igtied out
•tandiug dower right therein.
law abolished la to eufon-e It rigorous
It I» further ordered that a copy of ibis order
ly and ahow up Its imperfections — be published in the Ki-awatu KarcBlicas. a
that la to say, the people will smash a newspaper of general circulation pubtiaiiedln
bail law when they see It. Wisdom tbe County of Klamath. State of Dragon and
and Justice, then, must prevail at the
Hated August Sth;. HOT
bottom of our InatltuUons, and they
J. B I.KlFFIill, Judge
Those who are familiar with the
should prevail at the top
com|MH«ltlon of tbe siuokoMsa powder
First publication, Augu»t a, IW?
courts should be alsive suspicion, aud
i.a»t publication Augu»t 2». t»>7
used by tbe American navy know that they will escape criticism. It is a part
JO STIAJtNa. Attorney.
It Is lean likely to deteriorate than the
of the duty of being right to avoid
powder adopted by several foreign gov I
even the appearance of wrong
ernments The former consists mainly
of gun cotton and the latter of nitro
Notice for Purchase of School Lands
glycerin Compounds of the one ahow
8oker-I won $50 from Bings last
Department of the Interior, United
little dla|Mvsltlon to undergo change
night playing poker
Ntate# Land Office I Ake view, Oregon,
Compounds of the other are notoriously
Joker Why, does Bings know how July 24. 1907.
unstable. The suggestion that the ac to play poker?
Notice is hereby given that the State
cident on the (li-orgla was caused by
Boker— Not yet.—Lippincott's Magi
of Oregon has tiled application to select
apontancoua combustion in the amrnu ■lue.
tbe lands hereinafter described, a« State
nltlon was therefore beyond liellef,
says the New York Tribune on the au
About thia time no one carea to dis I School Indemnity Lands, to wit:
List No. 229, for the iwl^nw't, Sec.
Uiori ty of government ordnance eg- pute the arithmetic man who saya that
Tp. 34 S„ R. Id F... and ae^ae^,
every Inch of Iho human aurface con
27, neijnw'j, Sec 29, Tp. 35 S.,
tains .1,500 |HTspiratlon (Mires
and lot 2, Sec. 2, aw'^ne'g. Fee. 11 Tp.
That Union Pacific tuia earned 17 per
cent on common stock and Southern
The unwritten I iiw continues to he 36 S., R. 17 E., and net4nel4. Sec. 31,
Pacific 12 per cent may reconcile In more written alHiut and discussed than Tp. 28 S. R. 11 E., W. M
vestors to Harrlmauism But the ship the laws that have been formally set
Any and all pentone claiming adversly
pers who paid the money in have uot down.
the above described lands are requested
lost Interest in federal Interference.
to tile their claims in this office on or
A French syndicate la Investing $50,- before the 13th. day of September, 1207.
'While the emperor of Korea went 000,000 In Japan. Thia la reaaon enough
J. N. Watson, Register.
through the motions of resigning hie for France's effort to head off that war.
The alsive notice will be published in
Job, he undoubtedly felt Just like the
Lake County Examiner and the
hla services are no longer required.
war after It gets through "dlsçover- Klamath Republican, l«>th weekly
newspapers of general circulation, pub
Ing" Die north pole.
lished at Lakeview and Klamath Fall»,
Even though lie Ims been shot at
twice, it la not believed that the presi
Mr. Rockefeller pleads, "I tried to do Oregon, resjiectively. for the |>eriod of
dent of France will lierenfler lug right," aud lindes still yawns for Ute live successive weeks, belote the llltli.
day of Septemlier, 1907.
around a six shooter under Ids coat trier.
J. N. Watson, Register.
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