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THE GOOD MMOS STORV RECAMO
PAYS 1118 RK8PWCTH TO MOM Ì
CHANGERS ANI» OTHERS
Sonic Ancient History Ttmt
May Hi- Very Interesting at
member Ye not that they came to its
ind said, 'Yea, Verily, thy Highway
o the Rails is a Disgrace. Know Ye
lot Ye are paying Much Moneys Ye
ii*ed not pay? Therefore. We will
give th<*e of our Substance even Fiv«
lundred Ducats and Pieces of Blivet
o make the Said Highway bettor anti
o Thy advantage?" And the Said
Cing of the Rails, did not he say unto
is. 'Will Ye not give as Much as We
vlll. all for Your Benefit?'
And did not George, ho the Dealer
in Metals, before all the people say.
Verily, We will." And the People
raised their Voice with much llosan-
iah and said. 'Verily. We will.'
And did We ever Cumthru with
.< Cent Not ou Your Life. Let's work
Lo, I say unto You. the Pimple bi
>asy. Hath We not all waxed fat and
>een arrayed In Fine Linen thus«
Many Years? Lo, 1 have told You
I DONOWHOI AM
COPIES NOT SENT TO THE VOHRS IRE THERE ANY URGER THAN HE?
Ap|«ui»’iit Invici) to "Do" The licriild Should II»- lie < <*m|s-lle<| to Stanti
toi Taxation Without Rc|t-
<Slt of the Printing Will Cost
City a S|ss lt»l Election
the site be accepted by ui) overwhelm
Ing majority. Lot your vote Im as
an Invitation to him ami other capi
talist» to romo Itere and build up our
The court house removal ha»
been used by the opposition l<> cover
I heir other plot.
You, people of
Klamath Falls, should use It to sliow
your repudiation of such methods,
uso It Is a lever to pry open the gutes
of the city to outside capital,
eept the site and In doing st» say :
"Mr. Johnson, a mistake has been
We taka the beat remedy we
have at hand In showing you that we
do not Indorse It. The best proof of
our sincerity Is that we accept yum
offer |>y a practical!» uiuitlllliom>
HAS ACCEPIED THE APPOINTMENT
GOAERNOROF NEW Nt»|CK MILI
Hl Ct I ED .11 Hi lt E IIIIEW Ell
And it came to Pass, that again dit
United l"i > h » 8«i vic»
What individual pays the most
There will be no vole taken on the
the Combine gather themselves to
W \HIIINGTON, D C April 35.
adoption of the City Charter on next tuxes III Kliimntli County?
gether Elik and the Puinpernickl*,
President Tuft toduy appointed Chas
Monday at least no legal vote, for person 8. O. Jobson, or someone else'"
the Money Changers; George, the
I! Hughes. Governor of »New York, to
the laws of the State havY* not been These are questions arising out of the
Judge: he of the name of Also; and
tin1 seat on the bench of ihi Hupretii'
Under the State law oft-repented charge about "outsiders
Those of the Keuo Ditch. Rufus and
Court of the United State» mud« vu
governlug the initiative and referen butting In" here and Interfering with
Morncharlie. And spake the Judge:
cant by the »loath of Ju"tle> llrewei
dum, the provisions of which have to
“I say unto You, the thing is •
He has accepted the ap| iiutnu-nt
\ brief exiimliintlon of the
b«> followed in the adoption of a char county.
And they were meeting I
Tin* appointment of Govern»»
ter for the city, copies of the new tux roll will give some light on thia
the Place of Elik, the Money Chant
Hughe» * III ri'inovo from 'he politic»
charter have to be mailed or delivered und show (hut inslend of lielng u tils-
William F. Arnold died ut III* arena of the Empire Ht.it« a tlgur*
er, who said unto them. "Feast Yot
to all of the Inters In the city at least lutereHt<»| outsider. Mi Johnson Is
in this city ut 3 30 o'clock Sun that was more colossal >*"u> any o»
Eyes on these my possessions, th
eight days before election day. That
day mornlug of pieuro pneumonia the great diuracters that have bright
Glass, and the Bronze, and th
is to say. copies of the charter should (>st, taxpayers In the county
lights, and the many colored wooc.
He is ii stockholder In the Woyei- und heart failure, lie hail been III tiled the pages of history of t!»|
have been deliver'd not later than
ONIA I NDERTAKKR ANU
that hath cost many pieces of alive
wept i »- imonwofllth sine-
\ »mull alm«' lust Tuesday, but Ills condition • form
midnight of the 23rd
This has not hueusei Timber Company
ASSISTANTS PRESEN I
»im not thought serious snill Friday tin- days of Its creation
which have been made mine by th
been done, and consequently there one, It is true. In proportion to the
Tillers of the Soil, and the Hewett
Only l*etwons on Hand to Ri-cvivv can be not vote taken on the charter
was <ulle<| in
Ho apparently gained remarkable »onduct of the In. »tigs
of Wood and Drawers of Water B.
Mark Twain'» llody
the Sweat of their Brows do 1 pot
About three weeks ago the llcruld the tax« » collected from that company a little strength Saturday, but lute lion Into the Insurance »»-undals thu'
sima these things; and. lo. they hav- United Press Service.
He Is n heavy stock III the night of that day took a sudden a few years ugo rocked th»' entire
and th«' Express went to City Re i In this county
turn for the worse and breath»»! Ill« Nation, he has rapidly climbed th<
no interest therein and I say man.'
NEW YORK. April 23
How flckle corder Leavitt and request«»! that he holder In the Western Pacific Timber
last In the early hours of the morn ladder of suicess and fame until to
times unto them. 'Wilt thou wall is the life of fame was never better ; call tor blds for th«* printing of th«' ¡Company: ho. with his brother, prai
Into My Parlor, saith the Spider t
day he Is recognized ns the personitl
He was Informed that If tically owns th«* Deschutes Lumber
illustrated than in the case of Mark charter.
Tile deceased came to this city ln»t cation of dean politics and progres
the Fly............ And behold." saith tb< Twain. His body was taken to the either of these institutions was to Company, most of which property is
Pumpernickle. "even so hath 1 done Presbyterian Church in this city. I handle the work It must be awarded located In Klamath County
lie was elected
11» la December. He had been preceded by give statesmanship
Mrs. Arnold, who came to this city Governor of New York In I9U7. aftoi
and when the People say unto Me where it was expected it would be at once.
He accordingly Informed largely interested in the Big Basin
How contest it thou possesaeth these received by many persons who would each that, according to th«1 authori Lumber Company, »
bos«* contrlbu- last September from Oakland, Calif a campalga that was filled with s»u»
William F Arnold was born In »atlonal Incidents,
many things? We seest Thee neithei want to view the remains before the zation of the city council, he would I lion to the tux fund of the count« la
In lion was marked with bitterness and
Toil nor Spin
And then do 1 say sermon Only the undertaker and his open bids for the work nt 8 o'clock constantly Increasing. The 8
8. Burlington, In., 4* years ago.
Ich Weis-nicht," which, being inter assistants were present when the cas-' that evening. Two blds were sub ’ Johnson Company. In which he la 1SN6 he was married in Nebraska opposition from th« old regime
Citi Neb to Mlaa Della Kelso Four lying on th»' people, however, h.
preted, meanetb. DAMFINO,’ "
ket that held all that was mortal of mitted; s o'clock cam« and he still largely interested. Is also one of
Then spake the Judge: "Rejoict the famous humorist was carried into j wated. Not until 8:80 did h« open heavy taxpayers of the county, The I sons »i'H' born to them, nil of whom waged a relentless warfare on th.
with Me; 1 hast gotten a Scribe and the church. It was Anally decided to ' the bids, adding that he was waiting »am«- is tru«> of th« Klaniuth Ik velop are living and join their mother In political marplots of the State and
he hath a Collar of Brass and et - close the church until the hour for for Grant Lincoln to come In with nietit Company, the Hot Spring» Com mourning the Iowa of a father anti won a fight that was remarkable fn<
husband who was ever kind, gener the results attained
graven thereon is G-T-B.
And hr the funeral services arrived.
At the dos»' of
his. When the blds wer«» open«*d It pany. and Inst, but not l«*ast, the
loving and devoted to his little Ills term of office he wu« again fore«»
shall do our bidding; and when th«
When the appointed time arrived , was found that the Herald was the Klanuilh Land A Traction Company,
Thunder Pumper Roareth it shall b i the doors were opened and the edifice I lower bidder.
to become a candidate, the demand
th«* concern thnt recently took over flock.
Following his marriage he removed for his retention coming from all
ns that Roareth. and not him. And I was quickly filled with those who
Though he had beeu authorized by the holdings of th«* old Buena Vista
did reason with our Scribe and I did came to pay their final tribute to the the council to ask for bids for the Company. Add to these th«’ personal with his wife to Vancouver, II C . ranks and parties
Ills second term
say unto him. Thou art in on the man they loved. The services were work and award the contract, he stat holdings of Mr Johnson, in the way where h<- lived for a number of years, was no less free from the nntago
ground floor.' but Me Thinkest 1.« simple and the remarks of the pastor ed to the representative of the Herald of timber, grazing and farming land following his trade of electrician nlsrns of the first, but » ver relying
From Vancouver he went to Hone upon th« sound sen»« of th« peopl-
will be in through the Sky Light."
that he "disliked to assume so much and city property, of which h«’ Is'a
lulu, where he renmined for two and mid his determination lo follow what
And further Spake the Judge:
that he would have large owner, and his total of taxable
one-half wars, during which time he I»« believed to b« right
"Hear Me. the Thunder Pumper sh .11 SLAYER OF RUTH WHEELER
Mr. Sanderson O. K it In th«- uiorn- property will amount into figures thut
make for us a new Dominion a ad
He loom«»! up as a formidable < an
IS CONVICTED OF Ml RDER ing and award it. In the morning will be staggi-rlng. He may be an was engaged In the Iiy»ta)lutIon of a
railway system. He was considered didate for tin presidency when Brest
we will have More of the I^ands of
Mr Sanderson, when asked what he interloper, but let Klamath County I
nn expert In his profession, ami d«nt Taft was nominated and would
The Oregon and Much of the I-ands Apparently Oblivious to Fate That was going to do. pursued his usual ' have a few more of them
leaves as a legacy to his family a undoubtedly have be»'ii th« iiouiin»“
of the Siskiyou, and We will gather
Taxation without representation
sneaking tactics and asked Mr Leav
number of patents that will undoubt
many of other Tribes; and when these
itt where the finance* committee was. ( has always been condemned, but If edly prove a source of considerable had th»’ then President. Theodor-
RiMMcvelt kepi Ills hands off
rribes are al) gathered together they
certain Individuals In this community
NEW YORK. April 23.—G A. i He informed the Herald represents-1
Income to them
¿hall be One Tribe and shall be called
five that be would round them up had their way. Mr. Jobson Mould be
He was not a member of any fra from all »er-tlon» of the country and
Boulders Six' or the State of the Sis Wolters, the slayer of pretty Miss j and when he had them corralled he I forced to that position. He has tn
kiyou. I will be the Chief Mogul Ruth Wheeler, whom he lured to his would place the bld before them for i Interest in this county; an interest in ternal organization, nor was he affil ngnln demonstrate« lh< wisdom that
iated with any of the churches of the Is controlling and guiding the h-ad of
and the Great Ruler of All. And the room in answer to an advertisement action
So. to carry out the blind th«‘ court house removal. They are
The funeral services were I th« Nation
Great Palace We will build which
and hide the nigger in the wood pile, not selfish inter«nts. but purely those
What «fl«» t hl» appointment wilt
shall contain the Chief Money- victed of her murder. When the girl the committee is supposed to have of a business man who has a desire held on Tuesday afternoon In the I
Changer and the Keeper of the came to her apartments he brutally met at 1:30 and declared the bids to see the community in which be Christian Church, Rev Vallandlgharn have on th« |M»|ltlcal Itffntrn of New
York Slat« 1» problematical Certal,
Moneys of all the People, which shall assaulted her and killed her and then "too high," and instructed th«- re- may becom«* Identified forge uhead officiating
Besides his widow and four boys, It Is that his appointment »III be r>
be Elik, and the Chief Law Giver tried to burn the body in the fire- . corder to call for new ones. The re- If Instead of opposing his interests
shall I name from among our Boost place of his room. He has maintain suit was. as might have been ex- and fighting his improvements, a cor be Is survived by an aged mother am! ( < lved with great Joy b- the ring poll
one sister, who live in Glenellen. tlcluns
They have b«-en wanting lo
ers. and the Keeper of the Great Seal ed a stolid silence ever since and to- . pected—Grant Lincoln got the job
dial welcurn«- was extended to him It
Calif., and two brothers, resident of g,4 rid >>f him for »cnn. slid theli
-hall be Rufus, the First; and We
and the voters gets the expense of a would have a mighty influence in th«- Vancouver, B. C.
hopes l av« t»( ”ii gralificd
It la m ’
shall all dwell in the Palace and the fate that awaits him. Death sentence I special election for voting on the immediate future II«* stood ready to
-ame Shall be Located on the Great will probably imposed on him next ' charter.
pour into Klamath Falls thousands of HORSBI ltt.il PAYS FLYING A NT
Heights behing My House of Metals. next Wednesday. He sat all day in ;
The Herald has contended that dollars; he stood ready to bring bls
And. Lo, I will step from My Back his cell joking with bis keepers, de- | Sanderson’s calibre was so »small that • friends here.
He was prepared to
J H. Horsburgh, Jr., assistant
Door on to the Front Steps thereof dining to discuss the verdict. He | one million such as his could find induce manufacturing eHtabllshment» I general passenger agent of the South emerging from the jungle« of Africa
and I will speak to the People there has shown no evidence of breaking ! comfortable lodgement on th« point to staTt business here and create wha' ern Pacific, paid this city a flying Hughes had a following In New York
from, and make the Laws therein. down, but the officials believe he will of a needle, with room left for a fair ' every business man In the community I visit last Thursday
He is returning State that ev«n Mr
And Mr Hughe- wa
All these things Shall our Scribe do tell everything he knows after he is ! representation of Leavitt's
has ever been praying for a weekly homeward on his honeymoon trip,
confined to his death cell in Sing ,
a man whom th« ex-President could
Sanderson's friends have been ■ payroll. The»«’ and many other piaus and to a representative of the Herald
It would seem thai
Then Spake he of the Weinerwurst, Sing.
-................. . —..... -
the appointment will have the effect
What will I be?”
done. It has taken him a year and ranted assault was made on his per
"My wife and I have heard so
TERRIER' BLIZZARD SWEEPS
of clarifying condition» in New York
Then answered the Judge, "Thou
much about Klamath Falls from Mr.
LAKE SUPERIOR REGION a half to get a charter in shape to sonal and business integrity.
-halt be greater than any. Lo. thou
The Herald asks th« busines» men Wendling and others that we decided
submit it to the people, and he has
-hall take into thy keeping the festive
Seventy-Mile Gale Brings With It Six not had executive ability enough to if they will profit more by adding that our trip would not be complete
A EST Kit DA A H PRIMARIEN
<anine that runneth at large in the
push it to completion. Like every their influence and strength to th« unless we paid this city at least a
Inches of Snow
Highway, and thou- mayst convert
I» th< vote that was caw
The Southern Pacific
thing he has undertaken, he has let pernicious influence that opposes Mr. flying visit.
him at thy Leisure into Cashmere United Press Service.
held Saturday fo<
it fall by the wayside.
It is the Johnson than they will if they meet has great hopes for your city and
Boquette, or as thou wilt.”
CALUMET. Mich.. April 23.—j calibre of the man, and nothing on and ask him to come and help them believes that the time ls*not far dis the purpose of nominating candidati
Then Spake Also: "Great Judge, Many wires are dow n and traffic is earth nor in heaven can change him. Have the men who are fighting him tant when five figures will be neces for the city offices
it all looketh good to Me. but how delayed throughout the Lake Superior
For Mayor Sanderson, 1*<2. Dui'
It is an ill wind that blows no ever helped you. Mr. BusineM Man? sary to Indicate Its population "
about the recalcitrant Tribe that district today, as a result of a 70- j good, and this proves true in the Have they bought your merchandise,
Know not our Fathers, that dwelleth mile an hour blizzard that is sweep- ’ case of the charter adoption—Sander lowered your rents, assisted the es
For Police Judge Leavitt. 164
A dry dock large enough for the
in the Valley of the Shasta, and will ing this section. The storm extends I son will lose his 81,000 a year salary I tablishment of industries, added to largest vessels h float la planned f >r
For City Recorder Manning. 42
refuse to do thy bidding. And the from Duluth to Soo, six inches of J In the meantime he will pursue his ' the weekly payrolls? Have they ever St. John. New Brunswick
For City Treasurer Siemens, 20»
Corthousering, that dwelleth in the snow having fallen here. Warnings . usual course of starting something he I don«- anything «is« than force from
City of the Wet; and the fortyniners: were issued yesterday at Duluth and can never finish.
you every penny and trlbut«- tiiat they
and they who have been stung with few boats were out today when the
Another thing in connection with i could squdeze? Ilan it not been a
pockets that dwelleth in the Valley of blizzard struck.
the city charter is a good-sized nigger ' case of 10 per cent ever since you
the Scott, and at the great City which
in the wood pile. Th«« time will com« i can remember? You, Mr ” Business
>s likened unto Jerusalem? And these
CHICAGO. April 23.—Chicago is when the Herald will lift the sticks . Man. are standing in your own light.
Many Tribes do say, "Behold Our City in the grip of the terrific blizzard and show the public how earnestly I You need men like Mr. Johnson in
hall be that in which the Great Seal that is sweeping this section of the Mr. Sanderson—Al. Leavitt's tool—is' this community. Then, why in the
ihall be; even Yreka shall be the country. High wind and snow struck 1 working in the interest of the people. I nume of common sense are you fight
Mecca of the Great new land of the this city today, playing havoc with :
And in the meantime, it might be ; ing him” Why do you back up a I
telegraph and telephone wires and ' interesting to the public to know that i publication that maligns his charac
Then answered the Judge, “What temporarily paralyzing traffic.
certain city officials are stockholders | ter; accuses him of bribery; charges j
rhinkest Thou, that that Bunch in
in the thing that Grant Lincoln man- his company with swindling purchas- ,
he Valley of the Shasta, cutteth a ly ANOTHER MURDER MYSTERY
ers of Klamath Falls property? The
CONFRONTS SAN FRANCISCO]
frozen H2o? They shall do our bi I-
time Is at hand when you should j
ding. Altho they may ride therei 1.
wake up and fight for yourself; fight
Body of a Woman Found Floating in ’
it shall be our Bandwagon, and V'e
for such men as Mr. Johnson; for
shall drive it; and our Scribe sht 11
Dave Jones' baby, aged 1 4 months, such people as are In the Klamath
be the mouthpiece that 8p«aketh ’0 United Press Service.
died at Keno Saturday night.
the People, and be shall write upen
Is It to be wondered that Mr. John-
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 23
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE A BOVS AND WE CAN HON
Parchment such things only as We —The body of a woman, believed to from the Falls Sunday.
son should be filled with disappoint
HAY THAT THEY ARE THE BEST CHILDREN'S SHOES
Tom Wilson was riding wild horses ment over the wanton assault that '
have been murdered, was found float
TWO GOLD MEDAL AWARDS AT THE JAMESTOWN
Keno streets Sunday after- has been made upon him? Put your
Then Spake the Pumpernickel, ing in the bay today. She was well
AND ST. LOUIS EX I “OSITI ON'S. THESE ARE NOT CHEAP
self in his place and see if you would
Let us speak unto the People an i dressed and showed evidence of re noon.
The new postoffice ha» been in feel differently. The removal of the
«ay unto them, "It is mete we do net finement. The throat and breast
SHOES, ALTHOUGH WK SELL THEM ALMOST AT THE PRICE
move the Temple and cater to this were discolored as though she had stalled at Keno and put in fine shape court house has been used as a cloak
CHEAP SHOES ARE HOLD FOR.
Orejonson." I^et us give the People been choked. She was of medium by the new postmaster. Sam Padgett. for covering up a different object.
It Is not a question of whether It
Taffy' and persuade them to ca-t build, about 30 years of age and
their tots with us and against th-: weighed 140 pounds. Her hair was last few days pulling logs away from shall go to the new location that is
bothering the men who are fighting
said Orejonson. And We will betray light brown, grey eyes and light com the bridge.
Solon Allen has completed a pump the acceptance of the site, but It Is a
them with a Kiss and Jolly them with plexion. She wore a blue tailored
Good Roads and what We will do for suit and her shoes bore the stamp, ing Station at Helen's Island, with a question whether Mr. Johnson and
the Tillers of the Soil so they may "Tracey Shoe Company, Placerville, capacity of 800 gallons a minute, to his enterprise's shall come here with
be used in draining ground for 'arm out fear of destruction, or whether
“asier get to the Temple to pay their Cal.”
they shall be shut out and Klamath
Tithes—-even as We did aforetime.
Sam Padgett has just replaced his Falls closed to outside capital that
"Remember Ye not, that in other
The experiment is to be tried of
Days he who had the Chariots that I raising cotton on a larger scale on windmill by an up-to-date ga tollnc will not be blackmailed.
carried Many People from Our Sacred one of the Hawaiian islands.
On next Saturday let the people of
City to the end of the Rails, even at
Klamath Falla, business men particu
Pokegama; and He that was the King
A California ethnologist has iden
The colonies of France every year larly, show Mr. Johnson that they do
of the Chariots that belched Fire and j tified no less than 185 different In produce half the vanilla beans used not approve of the fight that has been
in the world.
Imoke that ran on the Ralls. Re dian dialects in the State.
made on him and his Interests. Ld
oys & Girls
A complete line of the new White House
Shoes for Men and Women. A beautiful
line of ^Oxfords for Women, from $1.50 to
SUCCESSOR TO THE BOSTON STORE