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KLAMATH BARBER SHOP
Women's Trad.-» Culoua.
Notice for Publication.
A variety of views ss to the fnturs
Many birds seek the protection which
I’nltad Htatea I.and ottlc«, l.itkovi«*, Oregon
the presence of man affords ngnlnat Align»! 11, ttW7,
st women's trades unions was display
furred and feathered foes when the Nolle« |a hereby given that In compliance
ed at the receut conventions of
breeding season approaches. Not so with the provision* ot the set ol l'o*gr*o»ol
leaguers held In the principal cities,
the raven. Its distrust of us la pro June J, 1*?B, entitled "An set tor the aale ot
It is self evident that the women cau-
found, and its neat is placed Ut some timber land» in the »late ot t'alltornis I ..
net as speedily attain success as have Cleanliness and Good Work
wild spot far out of roach of out | hm - gon, Nevada. and Washington Terril >ry." a»
the men, because they have not the
Bible attack or succor. Hut there are e Blended to all the 'Public laud Slates by act
Jennie Heohorn, ol
voting power of the men. Unquestion
other euemlea. I know of a pair that ot
ol Klamath Falla. County ol alamaih. Stale ot
ably the suffrage has helped men to
built on the side of a project Ing crag Oregon baa Bled In thia otttoo her
■nuke their case heard. Protestanta Also Agent for LONDON AND
high up on the cliffs of Rathllne Island ■worn ataienieut No. S7HJ for I ho purcha»e ot
who may keep their mad up until the
Some tierce peregrine falcons occupied thvlotl.nl Neo. No. It In Tp. No. 41 H. It
the other aide of the crag, and wheu No. <1 K, W M. and will offer proof to «how
next electlou are not to be waved aside.
one day their eggs were taken by an that the laud Bought la more valuable
Even without the ballot the women
adventurous collector they, sharing the tor Ila timber or atone than for agricultural
are finding that the development of
Notice for Publication
popular opinion of a raven's blackn.'«s, purpoaoa, and to eatalillah her claim to raid
unions is a menus of progress. Ix'agues
laud before clerk ot Klamath county at hla
I l'ntte<l State» Laud Olfice. LaMeview, Oregon. concluded that their iieighltoni wero
of unions have become necessary aud August is. lfOT.
at Klamath Valla, Oregon, on Monday,
the offenders and wreaked their grli * office
hu 4th day ot November, 1*07.
are a step toward the nationalisation
NoUce is hereby given that In compliance and vengeance upon ther*. When, on
of Interests and efforts. The organisa ■ with the provisions of the act of CongrtM* of their roturn from a foraging expedi She nani,» aa wllneuea:
Ih-lla l>rew baker. Milo Katea, Cora Kale* ami
tion and management of women's so | June 3. 1ST», entitled “An act for the sale of tion. the falcons found their nest de Wm l.aahua all of Klamath Falla, Oregon.
timber lands in the State« of California, Ore
cial clubs are object lesaons in practical
spoiled they were seen to hold a con Any and all peraona claiming adversely the
gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory,•’as
polities for the classes which engage extendetl to all the Public Land Hta’ea by act sultation, rtnd after much delllxrntloli • hove dvcrlbed land, are re.|ue«tod to file
their claim» tn thia office on or before »aid 4th
in this work. Workingwomen should j of August 4,
IMI» Brewbaker, ot they suddenly arose and both in one
day of November, 1*07.
not be outdone by women of more Klamath Fall». county of Klamath. State of accord tiew at the ravens’ neat and H® -10*24
J N W ATSON. Heglater.
iti ini. «See her sacked It. tearing it In their rage and
leisure and opportunity, for if the bal | Oregon, ha«
-worn statement No. 3701. for the uurehaNV ludiguaUon until not one stick was left
lot is given to the sex it must mean of the
of Section No. J. in
upon another. London Standard
Notice for Publication
more to the toilers than to those whose i Township No. 41 S. K No. 6 K. W M.
Interests are mainly social. It is a and will offer proof to show that the land
ol the interior, I and OMce at
The Sun. the Moon and the Tides.
Lakeview, Oregon, Au<u»t W, I9U7.
long way between enthusiasm for a * sought 1« more valuable for its timber or stone
than .‘or agricultural purpoaoa, atvl to vstab-
Notice ia hereby given IhM John l.<Highlli>
cause iu a convention and fidelity to : liah
her ciaim to »aid land before the clerk of alouo is r<wponsible for the pheuouie- u( Fore»!, Oregon» h*» fl let I nollrr of hi« In
that cause at the polls. This is an Im > Klamath county. Ore., at his office at Klam non of tides, but the nttracUou of the tention to make flnal Five year proof tn »up-
portant truth for women leaders to j ath Falls. Ore., on Monday, the 4th day of Bun is also an important factor. Of poi l of hi* t .»:nt, v i.■ : li«>iii> aivtid Kutiy No
course the distance of the Him from the ¡*A» made June 7. |'M»l, for the ««•»» jmt . 4, Ip.
lenru. They may learn it in local un November. 1907.
b W. \l , ami tlmt <*ai«l proof will In*
earth is unthinkably greater titan that •<' s H
ions and in conventions of federated She names as witnesses:
Jennie Seehorn. Milo Estes,Uora Estes, and of the moon, but Its inass is so enor made Iwfore the Clerk of K l^matii County at
unions. And. failing to get the ballot, Wm. I^shuaaH of Klamath Falls. Oregon.
mous that it has a const.ierablo tide >>•••• hit «»flier at Klamath Fall* .Oregon, on the 4th
they may also learn in these move
Any aud al! person.* claiming adversely the dticlng Influence. The force which the »!•*% »»f November.
lie tiMin«'N the <ulluw Ing wltnebse« to prove
ments of organization and propaganda ,* above-described lands are requested to fl h» sun exerts Is the same 011 both sldea of
Jjow to wield for the general good that I their claims in this office on or before said 4th the earth nt the same time, the tide hit <'oiHlmu»u» resident e upuu. ami cultiva
1 day of November, 1907.
tion of. the land, vis:
political msucnce they undoubtedly .
producing force of the great orb being Charles I lionet. Kugenc S|wncrr. 11. C.
J. N-WATSON. Register.
have now among their relatives,
about four-tenths that of the moon. At1 Sparr and T K. Norris, all of FoivM. Oregon.
the time of both new and full moons
friends and associates who are already
J. N. WATfloN.
the “wane spheroids produced by both
Notice for Purchase of School Landa the sun aud the moon have their axes
coincident”—that Is to say, the two
Our Backing of Cuba.
Department of the Interior, United
It has cost over $3.000,000 for this j states Land Office Lakeview, Oregon, great orbs unite their energies on the
fluids of our plauet, aud as a result the
country to keep order in Cuba nine I August 2t>, 1907.
tides are higher than the average for
months. Of course the money will be
Notice is li r. t'v given tiiat the State the remainlug portions of the month.
refunded out of the Cuban treasury, of Oregon has filed application, under These are the "spring tides." The
and instead of our "milking" the hap the provisions of tlte Act of Congress of “neap tides" come in the time of ths
moon's first aud third quarter and are
less island now that she is in a sad
August 14, 1S48, and the Acts amenda not as great as the average, because
plight It Is claimed by level headed na
tory thereof, for the following described the moon and the sun are each worklug
tives that we are more than paying our ’
General Job Work
unappropriated, non mineral and sur iu opposition to the other.
own way—that is to say. Cuba can I
other and Works—llelmati Ht. and HI' K K.
veyed public lands in lieu of losses to
well afford to keep American protec-'
The Ambitious Boy.
its grant for common schools, to-wit:
tion, even though it comes high.
Manutacturara ol l-nrumatlc Sawing En-
A boy at seventeen can practically
I List No. 231, sel4se’. Sec. 3, Be'^se1,
It is Cuban public opinion which
flaw. Saw Milla, Architectural Iroa Work.
I Sec. 4, Tp. 29 S, R. 11 E., W. M., and determine for himself whether he will
Iron. Hr*.»» and Hronao Casting»
holds that the provisional government
I nwL,nel4 Sec. 29, sw'.'net. Sec. 7, se'4
Estimates hirntshvd. Order* prom fitly tilled
set up by the United States should
as long as he lives, a leech on society
' swJi Sec. 5, Tp. 29 8., and sel4se1-4 Sec.
GEO. T. BALDWIN, AGENT
or whether he will be a broadminded,
last and last indefinitely. The argu | 8, Tp. 28 8., R. 12 E., W. M.
useful and successful man. If the
ment by Cuban conservatives is that
the moment the Americans withdraw | Any and all j<ersons claiming adversly boy at this age has no ambition to tie
the at>ove described lands are requested anybody and is content to simply let
the country will be at the mercy of
file their said claims in this office on things flicker and take his chance with
conflicting cliques and politicians. An
others just like him. frittering away
nexation is not demanded in this case, 1 or before the 18th. day of Octot'er, 1907. his opportunities to acquire knowledge
for it is held that at a day not hope
The alove notice wili l>e published in
lessly distant the professional politi
life, he can make up his mind to carry
cians and ‘‘revolutionists'’ of Cuba will the Lake County Examiner and the a hod. ride the bra! !>eam of a freight
die out. American example in all thia Klamath Republican, both weekly car or dodge the p >" •“ as long as ho
Holder of Ideen«« No 29.
time will teach the people to work, the newspa|M*rs of general circulation, pub- lives, or be can resolve to be a man
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
security guaranteed by American occu
for physical. mental and moral growth I
pation will convince them that It pays Oregon, respective! >■.
and development and must graduate
9-19-10-17 J. X. Watson, Register.
to work, for the sower of the seed and
Into the ever widening field of utilltv
not a gang of loafing bandits will reap ,
aud success. It matters little what
the harvest. This view makes Uncle
his boyhood environment may be. if he
DR. CHAS. H. DRAKE
LONG AND SHORT DAYS.
Sam a paid police officer, and unless
but has the ambition and well ground
be shirks the job it is good for ten or
ed purpose he will climb out of it—
Wham the Sun Never Seta For Three
a dozen years longer.
Pure Milk Pure Cream
Delivered Daily from the Altamont
Dairy. Wholesale and Retail.
Every Detail<4Our Dairy (»Sanitary, insuring
the Purity ami 11««IthfuIno«» of Our Producta.
away with barbed wire
Investigate the Sliding Loop Top
All styles and heights.
ASHLAND IRON WORKS
ENGINEERS, FOUNDERS and
and a Half Month*.
It may be that stronger rails are
needed than are now in use on the best
roads to endure the extra strain put
upon them by high speed trains, and
„railroad men and manufacturers do
well to confer on the subject But the
best rail in the world and the best
roadbed will not prevent disasters
where road employees leave switches
open that ought to be closed, stand
trains on tracks on which expresses
are approaching unwarned and around
a curve, rush trains on blocks occupied
by others and do other things noted in
the frequent accidents of the time.
A French diplomat says that the
United States is up against trouble In
the Pacific and that it is all owing to
the “slowness In digging the Panama
canal.” Perhaps the French learned
the canal trick during their twenty
years of failure and would sell ns a
Some of the Filipinos think Japan
would give them independence. They
should talk it over with the Koreans—
and think again.
Unfortunately there is no method of
bringing the terrors of a Fourth of
July celebration up for consideration at
Predictions by Tolstoi of the down
fall of the United States, of course,
have the hearty indorsement of Maxim
Fences for every purpose
GADDIS & DIXON, Medford
or¿VOl.M.Y DIXON, travelling Representative, Klamath laita. Ore.
CHAS. & WOHDb.S,
The American Bank and Trust Co.
Capital Stock $100,000
Klamath I-alls, Oregon
Interval Paid on Saving* Deposita
B. M. Hl till. Cuthlrr
Klamath Lake Railroad
ricintire Transportation Co
Office in Exchange Barn
The length of day or night a man
prefers is merely a matter of choice
and the ability to get to the proper
place. It any one is not satisfied with
what he gets at home there is an as
sortment of daytime which ranges
from three hours’ duration to three
months and a half, from which he
may take his pick. On the other hand
be can play the nighthawk for from
two hours and a half up.
At Wanderbus, in Norway, the day
lasts from May 21 to July 22 without
interruption, and at Spitsbergen the
longest day lasts three and a half
At Tornea, In Finland, the longest
day has twenty-one hours and a half
and the shortest two and a half.
At St Petersburg and Tobolsk the
longest has nineteen and the shortest
At Stockholm and Upsala the longest
day has eighteen and a half hours. At
Hamburg, Dantsic and Stettin the long
est day has seventeen hours and ths
At Berlin and London the -longest
day has sixteen and a half hours and
the shortest about eight.
And now the German wine growers
are moving toward government inves
tigation of the wine trade. The Chica
The Favorite Girl.
go packers can assure them that agita
She Is the girl who is not “too bright
tion of this sort cuts down sales, and
and too good” to be able to find joy
to sell much Is of more consequence and pleasure all over the world, says
than to sell what is good.
the Chicago News.
8he Is the girl who appreciates the
The Japanese are entitled to all the fact that she canuot always have the
Instruction they can get from Ameri first choice of everything in the world.
She is the girl who is not aggressive
can schools, but the line must be
drawn when it comes to educating and does not find joy in inciting ag
themselves in our forts and navy gressive people.
I She is the girl who has tact enough
not to say the very thing that will
With that $87,000,000 surplus In the cause the skeleton In her friends' closet
treasury the incoming congress will be to rattle his bones.
She Is the girl who, whether It Is
kept busy dodging people who have warm or coM, clear or stormy, finds
auggeBtfons to offer as to the best way no fault with the weather.
to dispose of It.
She is the girl who when you invite
her to any place compliments you by
If Admiral Evans really believes looking her best.
She is the girl who makes this world
that Americans do not talk it must be
that he has overlooked a few columns a pleasant place because she Is BO
of remarks attributed to himself.
It was in ancient Egypt that the story
of Cinderella originated,
however, owe the familiar nursery
story directly to the Frenchman.
Charles Perrault, whose “Cindrillon"
appeared at the end of the seventeenth
century. Perrault took his Cinderella !
from earlier versions, which came no I
doubt from the story of Rbodopis* bath.
That Egyptian beauty had prepared to
bathe when an eagle swooped on one
of her slippers, carried it to Memphis
and droppe<l It on the lap of King
Psatnmetlchus as he sat administering
justice. He admired it, had Egypt
searche^or its owner, married her and
lived happy ever after.
Ore. and Cal. Transportation Co
Pitone <M ji
KLAMATH FA 1.144, OREGON
The only through line for freight and pas
sengers between the Southern Pacific and
the Klamath country, (¿uidkest service
and Lowest Rates. Tell your troubles by
Phone or Letter to
DR. WM. MARTIN ,
Office over Klamath County Bank
. E. T. ABBOTT, Gen. Mgr,
C. C. BROWER
COUNSELOR AT LAW
or to MclNTIRE TRANS. CO. at Klamath Falls or Pokcgania
KLAMATH FAUX, OREGON
Th* Painting Jaffaraon*.
“The Siege of Belgrade,” a comic ROOMS 7 fc8, MURDOCK BLDG.
opera by Cobb, was the first new pro- i
duction in New York in 1790-97. For
it Mr. Jefferson's grandfather, Joseph
DR. C. P. MASON
Jefferson 1st, painted the scenery, and
in it be played the character of Leo
pold. Mr. Jefferson's father, Joseph
Office in American Bank A Trust Com
Jefferson 2d, who, like his illustrious
son, was born in Philadelphia, was
more manager than actor and more
painter than either. As a boy he
studied architecture and drawing, and
he was also pupil to the scenic artist
Robert Coyle, an Englishman of repute
at that period. — Francis Wilson in
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
STABLE ZEE SHOP
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
Livery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle and Driving Horses
E. B. HENRY
Fresh air clears the cobwebs from
the brain, puts new strength into the All kindnoi engineering »nil draughting
muscles, a new life Into the blood, a
new lightness into the step. It brushes
away the petty ills that bother every
WILL A. LEONARD
day life and helps one to bear with
greater patience. It strengthens the
shoulders for the burdens that are laid
upon them. It makes the hardest work
lighter and the hardest day brighter.
BALDWIN & HUGHES
M iDWAY B ar
Wines and Liquor*
ol Choice Vintage
Key West, and
BIG STOCK OF
"Well,” pondered the new answers-to-
correspondents editor: “I wonder how
to answer this. Here's a subscriber
who wants to know what’s a good
thing to take ink stains out of white
“That’s easy,” replied the sporting
Just Two Kind* of Men.
“There are two classes of men,” said editor, "a pair of scissors."
the close observer. “One knows noth
ing about woman, having spent years
Baron Alderson once released from
in studying her. The other knows ev
erything, never having studied her."— his duties a juror who stated that he
was deaf in one ear. “You may leave
Chicago Journal. .
the box,” said his lordship, “since It is
necessary you should hear both sides.”
At 3 A. M.
His Wife— ft*; needn't make any ex-
cuses, John. It’s «11 right. You’re
The Nature of the Creature.
Just In time to walk the baby for an
hour or two.—Puck.
I “Oh, she 1« so careless that I don’t
believe she could drop a remark wlth-
Advertise in the Republican if you □ut breaking her word.”—Smart Set
wish to succeed in business.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Cold Steel, Castle Rock, Shasta. * Free Delivery
Family Trade a Specialty
Sold in lots of one dozen up to one case
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
Klamath Falls, Oregon
MELVIN D. WILLIAMS
S tkwart J c L yons ,
East Main St., below 4th
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
W. 11. D ulanky , Manager
Civil and Irrigation Engineer,
Iloset Jol> Work
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