Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
This is the legend of Nt. Mary's bell
at Breslau, the capital of Silesia, or.
rather, a new version of IL for there
are a num tier of versions, including
one in verse liy the German poet Mul
ler. Since the bell was east more than
500 years ago. It is not likely that more
than "the main features can be given
There was great ado about the bell
to to made for St. Mary's. For a long
while It was uncertain who would cast
IL and at last, wheu an Ironmaster was
found with sufficient reputation for
skill in bell casting, so great wen* the
expectations of the people that he en
tered upou the work with fear and
The Ironmaster was ready for the
last act Iu a work that bad for years
taken up his attention. A long time he
bad been engaged on his calculations;
carefully he had prepared his mold; la
tently ho had dwelt on the combina
tion of metals, especially as to the
quantity of silver on which he rolled
to soften the harsher sounds produced
by tho others, giving sweetness and
harmony. The component parts were
all in the huge crucible, under which
the fires had l>een burning sufficiently
long to dissolve them Into one molten
mass. The long continued effort was
ready for consummation.
But the result—would the bell be a
wonder of melody or give out a harsh
clang? It might be anything between
these extremes. If thought, calcula- .
Notke for Publkation
Cnlted States Land office, Lakeview, Oregon.
It Is th« Oppoait« •( an Explosion and Augu»l U. 1907.
Notice 1» hereby given that in oompllaiv'e
Every one knows what an explosion with the provisions of the act of Congre»« of
June M. UTS, entitled **Au act for the »ale ui
Is, but Its opposite, an imploalon, in timber lands iu the States of California, Ore
leas familiar. At great depths In the gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory.** a»
sea the conditions are favorable for extended to all the Public Land State» by a* t
i».•:¡4 u tvi>*k<
Its production. At 2.000 fathoms the
Klamath Fall», county of Klamath, State of
pressure is, roughly speaking, two aud Orrgou, has filed In tula office her
a half tons to the square Inch that Is ► worn statement No. JTril, for the anrrhaw
to say. several times greater than the of the aat^sw«^ o( Section No. 1, In
pressure exerted by the steam UPOU Township No. 41 S. R No <t K. W .M.
and will ofer proof to »how that the land
the piston of a powerful engine.
An interesting experiment to Ulus •ought I* more valuable for its timber or »toue
«or agricultural purposes, and to estab
trate the enormous force of this deep than
lish her claim lu »aid laud before the clerk of
sea pressure was made ou the Alba Klamath county, Ore., st his office at Klam
tross, a government vessel engaged In ath Falls, Ore., on Monday, lhe 4th day of
deep sea exploration.
A thick glass tube several Inches lu
She names as w Unease»:
length full of air was hermetically Jennie See born. Milo Kites, t'ora K*tes aod
sealed at both ends. This was wrap Win Lashuaall of Klamath Fail», Oregon
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
ped in flannel and placed In one of the
wide copper cylinders used to protect above-described lands are requested to rile
deep sea thermometers when they are their claims iu this office ou or before said 4th
day o( November, 19i»7.
Notice tor Publkation.
Valved Matra Land oiflee, Lakeview, Ore<on
Augusl IS. IttOT,
Notice Is hereby given that In coin pl lanes
with the provision» of the act of Coagreae ot
entitled "Au act (or the »air of
tiiutwr landa iu the atate of California <»»•<•
gon, Nevada, and Washington Terrlt xy.** aa
extended to all lhe 'Public I a nd Hiatea by act
Jennie Kevltorn, of
I of August 4,
of Klamath Falla, < ounly of nlamath, Mate of
«worn Etatemeut No >7*2 (or the purchase of
the Lol I. of Hec. No. 14 tn Tp. No. 41 ft. R
No. OK, W M, and will otter proof to »how
that the land »ought 1» more valuable
for ita timber or »tone than (or agrtegltural
purpose», and to eatabllah her claim to »aid
land before clerk of Klaiuath county a*, hl*
office at Klamath Falla. Oregon» on Monday,
lhe 4th day of November. IW7.
Mhe name» no wltnr«»ea:
India Drrwbaker, Milo Kate», Cora FMr* anti
Win l.aahua all of Klamath Falla, Oregon.
Any an«l all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to rile
their claim» in this »»trice ou or befuru »aid tth
day of November, IW7.
H .*.»10 -‘4
J. N. W A THON. KegUler.
sent down with the sounding appa
J N. WATSON. Register.
ratus. The copper cylinder had holes S-2.’ 10-24
bored la it. so that the water bad free
Notice for Publication
access inside; round the glass. The
of tb<> Interior. Land Office al
case was then sent down to a depth Notice for Purcha*e of School Lands
l.akvvlvw, Oregon, Augu»t'29,1W?.
of 2.000 fathoms and drawn up again.
Notice 1» hereby gheti that John Loughlin
Department of tho Interior, United
It was found that the cylinder was
of F«»re»i, Oregon« ha» rile«! notice of hl» In
bulged and bent toward. Just as if It States Lund Office Lakeview, Oregon, tention to make Anal Five year proof In sup»
had been crumbled inward by Ix'lnJ August 26, 1907.
l*ort of his claim, via: Homestead Entry .No
violently squeezed. The glass tube
made June 7. lvo|, far the set« Hee. 4, Tp.
Notice is hereby given that the State
itself, within Its flannel wrapper, was of Oregon lias filed application, under av 8. K.t>. K. W. M.. ami that »ahi proof will be
reduced to a tine powder, almost like the provisions of the Act of Congress of made before the Clerk of K lamath tminty, at
his office at Klamath Fall»., Oregon.on the 4th
suow. The glass tube, it would seem,
as It slowly descended, held out long I August 14,1848, and the Acts amenda day of Novemtivr. i'A>7
He name» the following witncMea to prove
against the pressure, but at last sud tory thereof, for the following described
hi» continuous residence u|»on. aud cultiva
denly gave way and was crushed by
tion of. the land, via ;
the violence of the action to a Hue veyed public lands in lieu of losses to Chari«» I. Home», F.ugrne Hponrer. II. C.
its grant for common schools, to-wit:
Sparr anti T R. Norris, all of Forr«t. Oregon.
This process, exactly the reverse of
J N WAI-'\
List No. 281, «e,4»el4 Sec. 3, ee1«««’«
tlon, rare, could make It fverfect. It
would be perfect But In the calcula-! an explosion. Is termed an Implosion Sec. 4. Tp. 29 8, It. II E„ W. M ., and
tlons might there not be some error? —Chicago Record-Herald.
nwl4nel4 Sec. 29, sw^netg Sec. 7. se1.
And the casting—If the mold should tie
swl4 Sec. 5, Tp. 29 8., and sel4»e,4 Sec.
defective, if the melted metal should
MASTERY OF THE NILE.
8, Tp. 28 8., R. 12 E„ W. M.
not be at the proper temperature, all
Any and all ¡lentons claiming adversly
this long continue«! effort would be lost Ths Mathod by Which th« Flow
the at>ove described lands are lequested
Satisfying himself that the metallic I
Water 1« Controlled.
fluid was about ready to run off Into
Every morning from a little room of to tile their said claims in this office on
the mold, the ironmaster, feeling that a great white house on the eastern or before the 18th. day of October, 1907.
Hohler of license No 29.
J. N. Watson, Register.
he would be better able to bear the shore of the Nile at Assouan Is elicited 1
last concentrated effort by preparing by telegraph to Cairo the question. : The above notice will be published in
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
himself for it physically, resolved to “How much water?” The answer; the Iutke County Examiner and the
go to bis house for a meal and a glass comes so many thousand gallons more Klamath Republican, both weekly
of wine. During the whole of his long or so many thousand gallons less. A j newspapers of general circulation, pub-
labors a young apprentice had assisted button Is pressed, the water which
DR. CHAS. H. DRAKE
him. Placing implicit confidence in flows under the iron bridge at Cairo is ished at Lakeview and Klamath Falls,
the young man's discretion, the master Increased or diminished some ten days Oregon, respectively.
9-19-10-17 J. N. Watson, Register.
left the crucible, the fire under It, the later In accordance with the telegraph
mold ready to receive the casting, In lc answer, and the Intervening valley ‘
Office in Exchange Barn
between Assoua# and Cairo has a lit-I
When be had gone the apprentice tie more or a little less water on its j
Notice for Publication
stood looking up at the huge crucible surfaee. The man at the button may
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
that contained what was to be the bell bring joy or sorrow to thousands of I Vnlted States Land Office, Lakeview. Ore-
I gon September 27.1907.
of the Church of Sf Mary's. He had little farms—it is all according to the
Notice la hereby given that In compliance
watched every effort of his master, as message he receives.
with the provision» of lhe act of Congre»» of
sisting at many of them, and with the
From the great white house there ! June 3, 187«. entitled "An act for the Mie ot
DR. WM. MARTIN
enthusiasm of youth believed it would extends across the river a granito wail limber lands In the states of California. Ore.
be one of the famous bells of the or dam 150 feet high. Halfway up 'gon. Nevada, and W«.‘Ington Territory," a»
world. At the base of the crucible was this wall and stretching its entire extended to all the Public Land States by act
the stopcock which held the metal in length a line of shutters opens or of August 4, L892. Arro L. Brown, of Klamath
its place and when opened would let closes by a pressure of the button. Fall», county of Klamath, State ot Oregon,
it run into the mold. That was all In the winter months a huge lake ex has filed in this office bis sworn statement
there was to be done—open the stop pands to the southward, which has ev No. 3771. for the purchase of the nv'.w1 4 *
No. 19. in TpaNO 38 8. K. No. 10. E. W M,
cock, and gravity would make the bell. ery appearance of being a flood, for and
will offer proof to »how that the
Just as the apprentice’s eye rested in certain places the tops of palm trees land sought is more valuable for Ila timber or
on the stopcock a thought lit, like a are discernible above its surface, and stone than for agricultural purpose»., au l to
bird on a branch, on bis brain. Why the summits of inundated ruins appar establixh hla claim to Mid land before lhe
COUNSELOR AT LAW
not himself open the stopcock? Fie ently mark the sites of sunken cities. i Clerk ot Klamath County, Oregon, at bl»
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
would suffer the wrath of his master, As the days go by and Cairo demands office at Klamath Fail», Oregon, on Monday.
but his name would go down through ' more and more water the palm trees ! the 9th day ol December, 1907,
ROOMS 7 A. 8, MURDOCK BLDG.
the centuries as the caster of the and the ruins seem to rise from their He names as witnesses:
world renowned bell. Whenever it watery beds until in June and early Wm. Bnow.C. N.Bnow. W.O. Webb and B. 8.
all of Klamath rails,Oregon.
sent its musical vibrations far and July the river flows freely with all Its Grigsby,
DR. C. P. MASON
Any and all persons Claiming adversely the
wide those who beard It would think
above-described lands are requested to tile
of the story of the apprentice who per
their claims In this office ou or before Mid 9t b
formed the consummating act in Its 1
The«« Lay«r« of Atmo»ph«r«.
day of Dec., 1907.
Office in American Bank A Trust Com
J. N. WATSON. Register.
It appears that in the atmosphere j 104-12^
The impulse was irresistible. Going there are three distinct currents of
to the stopcock, he pulled it open, and
out ran the molten mass. At the same of from 900 to 1,500 meters, the second
Notle for Publiation
moment a diabolic “Ha, ha!” rang at from 2.500 to 4,000 meters and the
in the youth's ears. Satan, unable to upper one at from 6,000 to 8,000 me United rftate» I^nd Office. Lakeview. Ore
gon, Sept. 27. 19V7.
prevent the bell from exciting through ters above the surface of the earth., Notice U hereby given that in compliance
its musical tones the piety aud rever These are to an extent separate cur with the provision, ol the actol Ooagre.» ot
ence of countless human beings, had rents, flowing each with ita own ve-1 June 3. 1878. entitled "An act tor the »ale of
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
chosen to bring about a tragedy which ! loclty. At the bottom of each of the limber land» In the State» of California. Or«,
pbould forever be connected with its layers the stratus clouds are formed, gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory.” a»
history. While the metal was running and at the top of each of the layers 1 extended to all the Public Laud State» by act All kind* of engineering and draughting
into th« mold the ironmaster, having occur the cumulus clouds. This sug of August 4. 1892, Delia Mae Harlow, of Klam
finished bis meal, returned. When be gests that the stratus originate at the ath Fall,, county of Klamath. State of Oregon,
ba» thl, day filed In thia office her »worn
saw what had been done, turning bottom of a moving current and the atalement
No. 3799, for the purchase of the ne'.
white as the snow, he demanded to cumulus at the top. It Is probable, i
WILL A. LEONARD
Sec. No. 23. »nd nw'^aw'i of Sei. No. 24.
know who had opened the cock. The then, that the stratus owe their origtp in Tp. No. »7 8, R No. 9 E W m, »nd will offer
apprentice falteringly admitted that be : to the difference In velocity and tem j proof t« »how that the land »ought la more
had done it himself. The master, draw perature of the two layers, while the valuable for ita timber or atone than for agri
ing his poniard, rushed upon him.
! to Mid land before the clerk ol Klamath
“In the name of Jesus, I beg you to rents within the layer of air.
1 county, Oregon, at hla office at Klamath Falla,
I Oregon, on Wednesday the lttb day of De-
Bad, but 8till Good.
The master, disregarding the appeal,
i cember, 1907.
A judge from one of the African
plunged his poniard into the appren
C. F. STONE
crown colonies, now home on leave. Is i . Hbenamea
K. E. Dunlap, Mark L. Burna, Jerne C
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Time passed. The ironmaster was in
Craven and C. W, Harlow, all of Klamath
prison condemned to die for the mur the local courts to administer to the ! Falla, Oregon.
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
der of his apprentice, and the bell was natives the form of oath which they i Any and all persona claiming a<lver«eiy the
hung high in the Church of St. Mary’«.
above-described land» are requea'.ed to file
There one evening at the hour of the Christian colored gentleman, of whose i their claim» In thia office on or before »aid
angelus It sent out a melody of such good faith the judge entertained some ! Ilth day of Dec., 1907.
J. N. WATSON, Regltter.
strength and sweetness that all who doubts, was about to give evidence. At i 10-3—12-5
beard it dropped on their knees. Not I his own request he was allowed to take
only had Its maker’s care and calcula the oath of a Christian. Then the
Notice for Publkation
tions produced a marvel, but the pre- judge intimated that he must also be
Cnlteil State« L.n<l Office, Lakeview, Ore
mature opening of the stopcock had •worn in the native fashion. The man
was visibly disconcerted. “Oh, no, gon, Sept. 27,1907.
not been any detriment.
Notice 1« hereby given that in compliance
But the man who bad produced this massa,” he pleaded. “Not dat. Me
result was not permitted to hear the very bad native, but me very good with the provisions «1 the act of Congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the »ale of
melody. Within prison walls, through Christian.”—Manchester Guardian.
timber lau>l» In the State» of California. Ore
which the sounds could not penetrate,
gon, Nevada, and Wa«hlngton Territory.” a«
he lauguisbed, wondering if his efforts
“Yes, sir, the major went in swim- extended to all the Public Land State, by act
had been effective, If they had not
an’ I’m blest ef a feller didn't of August 4, 1892, Sarah A Mulkey, of Klamath.
been rendered abortive by the ap
Fall«,county of Kl.rnath, Stat«: of Oregon, ha«
an’ steal all his clothes'.’’
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
prentice. Then when his jailers were
thl» day filed in thia office her »worn state
about to take him to the scaffold he
“Broke the record by goln’ home in a the eiinwfi
begged that he might be permitted to
hear the bell. Ills request was grant barrel, Instead o’ the barrel goln' home of Sec. No. 17, in Tp. No. 38 8, R
No. 10 E W M, and will offer proof to »how that
ed, and bis journey was lightened by
the land »ought la more valuable lor it» I Im-
Its exquisite tones. The last sound he
J J t L j J
ber or atone than for agricultural purpose«,
Shocks to the Ear.
heard before the executioner's ax fell
“ ] « w ■ j . ■
A succession of noises means a SUC- and to establish her claim to «aid land before
■ ■! i ■ ■ • ]
was vibrations sent from the work -Of
the Clerk 'H
Klamath « County^Oregon.
his brain. And he knewThat if Satan cession of shocks, says’Country Life. office st Klamath Falls, Or<Rh»iT, on Tuea-
had made him a murderer and connect The ear, unlike 'he eye, has no lid day, the 10th day of December, 1907.
T rade marks
ed a tragedy with the result of his la under which ft may go to sleep, and
She names a» witoasse» :
bors he had produced that which would Indeed It has been proved that th« Charles Moiander, J.V. Cravens, Hamilton
.Mulkey and K. K. Dunlap, all of Klamath
Anyone KRndlriff n »ketch and description may
mov«' mortals to devotion for centuries
quickly »»certain our optnton free whether an
sleep comes on.
Invention I* probably niitentabhi. <’ommimica.
Ilona »triot lyconridential. HANDBOOK <»•> Patente
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
That which occurred while the bolt
sent free. Oldeet agency for »«curinepatent*.
An Obliging Cyclone.
Patenta taken through Munn A < o. receive
above-described lands are requested to file
maker was being conveyed to execu
tpeeial notice, without charge, in the
People who want' something bright their claims in this office on or be/ore »aid
tion was continued. From that day In
lay of De< ,1907.
the year 1386 never has a criminal in and original may be referred to the 10th
J.S. WATSON. Register.
A handsnmely 1lin»1rR»»’*1 weekly. J.»rffe»t c»r-
Breslau gone on Ills last journey to story of a Texas cyclone that picked
expiate Ills crim«.* but St. Mary's bell up a letter and delivered it to the per
yenr; foiir montha, |i. Sold byall new»dosier».
Advertise in the Republican il you
has tolled bis deuthknell.
miles away.—Toledo Blatta.
wish to succeed in business.
F. A. MITCHEL.
Branca Offic«. 624 F HU Wublugtun, D.C.
Delivered Daily from the Altamont
Dairy. Wholesale and Retail.
Every Detail of Our Dairy 1« Sanitary, insuring
the Purity and IIsalthfuln«'»» of Our ProdilOta.
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCI
Do away with barbed wire
Investigate the Sliding Loop Top
All styles and heights.
Fences for every purpose
LET US QUOTE YOU PRICES
GADDIS & DIXON, Medford
or'VOLNEY DIXON, Travelling Representative, Klamath I alia, Ore
reso Mat. n s sa
Cff.4 5. U. MOMDfl.y
The American Bank and Trust Co.
Capital Stock $100,000
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Intrrrv* Paid on Saving« Deponta
E. M. IlttlH. Caahtor
Klamath Lake Railroad
C. C. BROWER
flclntire Transportation Co
Ore. and Cal. Transportation Co
The only through lino for freight and pas
sengers between the Southern Pacific and
the Klamath country. Quickest service
and Lowest Rates. Tell your troubles by
Phone or Lotter to
E. T. ABBOTT, Gen. Mgr,
E. B. HENRY
Klamath Falls, Oregon
at Klamath Falls or Pokegana
or to ^cINTIRE TRANS. CO.
STABLE ÄüE SHOP
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
Livery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle and Driving Horses
BALDWIN & HUGHES
MELVIN D. WILLIAMS
Civil and Irrigation Engineer,
East Main St., below 4th
1 Sckntlfic Hmtrkan
MUNN & Co.38’“» New York
M IDWAY B ar
Wines and Liquors
of Choice Vintage
Key West, and
BIG STOCK OF
Cold Steel, Castle Rock, Shasta. Free Delivery
Family Trade a Specialty .
Sold in lots 6f one dozen up to one case
S tewart A L yons , Prop's
W. IL D ulaney , Manager
Iloset AI echan les
At til« ltepiiL>lxc¿. ii