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| saying that there was a mix-up be
REPORT Ob' THE CONDITION Ob'
tween a party of revolutiouistii and
1 several of Madriz's soldiers. One
‘man was severely hurt by being hll
E. J. MURRAY, Editor.
over the head with a bottle.
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I If Illi
And thia la not all these two active
nt Klamath Falla. In the Stale of Oregon, at the close of businoM,
‘ representatives of unrecognized but
January 31, 1910.
I aspiring governments of the same
1 uufortuiiatc country have to do.
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
I While tn the midst of a most ardu
1 oua campaign they are like as not to!
All communications submitted for publication in the columns of this
Loans and Discounts
paper will be inserted only over the name of the writer. No non de plume
be rudely Interrupted hy u message '
ltonds. securities, etc.
articles will be published.
' from New Orleans saying that the
Hankltig house, furniture, and fixture«
other side la preparing to send down 1
Due from banka (not reserve banka)
Due from approved reserve banks
a ship loaded with ammunition and |
TIIK UNEXPLORED REGION
Checks and other cash Items . .. ......
American soldiers of fortune, and for I
< ash on hand
Parts <4 tlie Capitol Building Hut IJt Judge I«xii lit Ila.« \ oiunttMWVMl Ki.« heaven's sake to stop It. Therefore,
'either Dr. Caatrillo or Don Lula, as
tie Kuoun to Many
Servkrs, amt the knot Will lie
, th«* cas<- ma* be, hurries to New Or
TVed ou latke bhaauna
leans and clamors to the district at
United Trees Service.
torney to stop thia open violation of
Washington. D. C. Juue 8.—When
the .-K'nate and house* office buildings
The Fourth of July committee has I th«' neutralitv lawa of th«' United
Capital stock paid ill
Th«- revolutionists did not I
were built aud subteran<«an tubes decided to give <150 worth of house Sti«t«Mi
Undivided proñta, leas expenses and taxes psld
i HIW INTEREST 4 ENTERS IN bored to connect the two structure's
Individual deposits subject to check
hold furniture and utensils to the succee«! in getting away with their
Demand cortlñcutos of deposit
with the* capitol Itself, a new vista i couple who will get tnarrl«*d under I expedition Th«* Madriz people were |
C1K4TIT Jl lMiKSHII’
1 1.68k 0«
Time cert mentes of deposit
of halls and ce>rride>rs was opened.
Ils uuspices on the night of July 4th.
.i r.oio sa
The* capitol building has a modern The ct'remonv is to be performed on get the Venue out of New Orhuina.
Dispite all the horrible warring
appe'arance fro mthe ground up. but a barge anchored on Lake Ewauna.
underneath. In the sub-basement, so Police Judge A. L. l.«>avitt having vol- that Merna to be going on the report I
te> s|H*ak. everything is mediaeval, unteert'd his services for the occa« that a batch of American aoldiera of
Slate of Oregou,
fortune they are mostly tramps, in
County of Klamath, las
U hat EHix-l Will the R«'|>ut>lican I* in the' good old days when the foun sion.
I, J. W. Helmens. Cashier of the ubotv-uamod bank, do solemuly
dations of the government were
The rules governing the affair will rtalitji are to «ail for the scenes of *
M-mbly Plan Have im the For
sweat that the above statement Is trim to the best of inv knowledge
built brick work was enre'gle. Hence be simple, aud au> member of the hostility «win» t«j creat«' mor«' fear
J. W. HKIMKNH. Cashier.
tune« of Candidate»
underlying the whole building are conitnittoe will make known the con- than a whole native army. It has
G. W BALDWIN,
* be wildering stretches of bricked cor ditions to interested parties, There heeu openly charged by the generals
J A MADDOX. Director'
ridors that twist about like a maze*. is nothing of the sensational about it. that the Americans, once In the con
Subscribed and sworn to before me thia 7th day of Fnbruary,
The Jay of the pleasant smile and
E I. ELLIOTT, Notary Public
The subways from the house and but it will be surrounded by all of filet. do not observe the South Amer-
the glad hand is beginning to dawn, senate tap a series of those* subter
lean etiquette of fighting at all In
the decorum and solemnity the ini-i
and it is plain that the busy political ranean passageways at either end of porlanc« of the event commands . one case a general perhaps a gen-
bee has already commenced to buzz. the* capitol. Modern archite'cts anei The committee simplj desires to show > erallaalmo—hoisted a flag of truce
to lodge a protest with the enomy
There is a great deal of talk, but so workmen have* done their best to its good will, and to make the day a
straighten out their kinks; electric memorable one for the couple start-1 that some Americans were killing
tar then* has been no concentration lights point the wav to elevators out
ing out on the sea of matrimony on . his men In another case an entire
on any one of the various offices that of the- cove-like- passages, and dozens
army balked nt going into action un
til it could be exactly ascertained in
will be filled this fall.
whnt position three Americans, who
Ever since Judge Benson made it farers.
WHERE MOST 4>F THE
happened to be in the ranks of the
known that he would under no cir-
FIGHTING IS DONE opposing army, wer«
those- senators and congressmen who
< imstances be a candidate for judge habituallv use the tube don't find
delay Abe information was *«'cured
of the circuit court the republicans themselves temporarily lost in the Fai«- ol Nicaragua Settled Every Day whereat the army dashed gallantly
tty the tg'-ut« in Washington
to the attack at right angles from
1 ave been casting about for a man recesse-s of a whitewashed brick cor
who would make the race against the
turns and twists in and
Ry actual analysis of a Nicaraguan
>resent incumbent. Hon.
Geo. No- about and smells hot and fetid.
ENG IN ES • BOI LE.RS • SAW Ml LL5-THRE5HER5
army in the present hontllitlea. if it
It isn’t only at the subway en-
land. Various names i have been sug-
WASHINGTON. D. C. June T.
WRITE TOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
seated, among them being District trances that the explorer of mediae- Whatever charges of inactivity may numbers 300 men. is composed of
THE AH AVERILL MACHINERY CO.
SPOKANE. WASH • PORTLAND OHL - JAN JClSl CAL
Attorney Kuykendall. F H. Mills. J. valism finds himself stumped. Before I i be laid at the doors of the leaders of usually about six generals, twenty-
C. Rutenic and E. L. Elliott of this the office buildings were built it be- ; i the two factions which have been four men armed with rifles that shoot
city and one or two of the Lake view came necessary, in order to accorti- struggling—or supposed to have been around corners, and the rest are
attorneys. Kuykendall's friends are niodate legislators with rooms, to struggling—for the control of Nica small boys arno'd with an odd as-
confident that he will be the candi use little cell-like boxes. provided ragua. the same cannot be said for sortment of knlv«?s and machetes
A Splendido wail
date. and are looking after his inter with Brussels carpets and mahoganv their agents in the United States. When a campaign falls It Is usually
ests throughout the two counties furniture on the same level as the Some time ago dispatches to the state i because of sore feet.
for every use,
with an enthusiasm that is making sub-baseUicui. However, they had department conveyed the uiomeutous
votes for their choice. Messrs. Mills. light from the terraces and windows news that the forces of Madrlx were
Overlooked a Good Thing
ly full. I wo
Rutenic and Elliott are taking no that overlooked the grassy slopes of within twenty miles of Bluefields, the
more part in the matter than is Kuy the capitol grounds. Once inside citadel of the revolutionists under
kendall. but they have a good, strong these offices—some of them are still Estrada A bloody battle was expect look so worried’"
following that will do everything to in use. by the way—the prospect is ed at any moment Twelve days later
land the nomination for them. Some not bad. But it is in the getting to the news was flashed over the wire can farmer is very prosperous, ant!
W- « 4 State.
wise ones, however, declare that and from them that the way is haz from Consul Moffatt that the Madriz be feels that he must
none of these gentlemen will be nom ardous. Curious narrow stairways army was within ten miles of Blue something." Houston Post
inated When th time comes Ben twist down from the upper stories fields and a battle was expected at
kos will be forced into the race and and gloomy brick walls temporarily any moment. It took twelve days
NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE
party pressure brought to bear to furnished have to be passed
And to advance ten miles—a very good
get him to accept the nomination. If there are so many outshoots of cor rate of progress, it seems, in Central
given that the 1 and the timber thereon, under the
he consents, then all the others will ridors that it is the easiest thing in American revolutionary warfare.
I provisions of the act of June 3, 1878,
the world for the meditatively in
But while the two armies, so-
lion Is Indicat
The office of county judge is one clined statesman to be wandering called. were dashing madly into the bids until 11:00 o'clock a m , August , and acts amendatory, known as the
ed in all ordl-
nary diseases of
'hat is attracting a great deal of at along to suddenly discover that he is fray the two agents at Washington 1. 1910, for the following described "Timber, and Stone Ixtw." at such
value as might be fixed b> appraise
tention in certain places. It is a cer off the beaten track, and. finally, af have been having a campaign of school lands. to-wit:
tainty that the Hog Combine will go ter tramping about several miles, to their own which makes the warfare
NEH. NE% of NWH, Wft of plication. the land and timber there
into win. and will support the man run across the engine rooms.
down there look purlle by compari
g'.od effects be
»ho will do its bidding, irrespective
The capitol underground some son, Dr. Salvator Cuatrillo, agent NW% and KH of SE % of Section
ing per« < pt Ibis
1909. the timber estimated at 436,-
trom tito very
of party. The Combine hopes that what resembles the catacombs. of the revolution, has slain several 36. T. 37 S . R 13 E
first. It la com
All bids must be accompanied by 000 board feet at <75 per M. and the
matters will be lined up so that the Every few months rare paintings, armies, invaded Managua and all
posed of tLs
opposition will be divided and all of antiquated reports, books, or files but had the country in his back pock a regularly executed application to land at *44.00; that said applicant
purest and ths
the Combine strength can be concen- of correspondence are unearthed in et. And Senor Don Luis Corea, like purchase and at least one-fifth of th<-
application and sworn statement on
1 rated on one man In this way they some dark, cobwebby and long-for- wise. not to be outdone, has all but amount offered
No bid for less than <7.50 per ucre
¡»elieve the county court will be cap gotten cubby-hole.
They reeur- crushed the remnant of revolution
and other har
R M Richardson, I'. H Conimlsston-
tured and the courthouse question rected a portrait, in oil, from just ary forces so many times that it is a w ill be considered
mful drugs be
-ettled to their own satisfaction. Sev-
hiding place last session. It wonder they have the courage to stay
Any person Is at liberty to protest
• ral names have been suggested by was a picture of one of the former in the fighting game. So many have and ail bids.
The many dis
Applications and bids should be ad this purchase before entry. nr Initlnte
the Combine, among them being Geo vice-presidents, and after an art re been "wounded and slain" that Nica
Huru. Chas. Graves, Judge Baldwin storer had spent several weeks on It, ragua. according to their reports, dressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State a contest at any_ time before patent
on the democratic side; L. F. Willits, rubbing off the grime and dust of must be one vast battlefield of Land Board. Halem. Oregon, and issues, by filing a corroborated nffi.
Henry Boivin. C. S Moore on the re several score years, it was delegated wounded and dying
which would defeat the entry
der her linbls
publican side. Any of them would to a place of honor in a committee
Heretofore the campaign has chase state lands."
ARTHUR W ORTON
to many Functional disorders
G. G. BROWN,
be "safe" men from the Hog Com room.
been conducted in some such fash
not only tend to destroy her comfort
Clerk State Land Board
bine's standpoint, but the people of
Directly underneath the dome of ion as this: Dr. 3alvator Castrillo,
and happiness, but which gradually
Dated April 32. 1910.
rhe county have a different view of the capitol, and the deepest level of flashing several sheets of telegraph
merge Into chronic and serious dis
it. It is possible that the republicans the sub-sub-basement, is a small paper, invades the state department
Nyai'a Vegetable Proscription is
will center on C. 8. Moore. He has room like a crypt Historians insist with the momentous news that. Gen
MHIt'K OF HALE OF STATE
without a peer for the successful
been trotting out men from time im thatt he architect of the capitol in eral Mena, commanding the army of
t reatm net of female weakness, pain
COUNSELOR AT LAW
memorial who if they won did his bid tended that it should contain the advance, has met the Madriz army
ful and disordered nienstrutatlon,
ding: if they lost had to stand all of bones of Washington—who, by the and routed it completely, opening the
hysteria, cramps, "bearing down
KLAMATH FALI>, OREGON
pains," Inflammation and falling at
the brunt of defeat. These men are way, laid the corner stone of the ori way to Managua, the Nicaraguan
This la a remedy of
now demanding that the time has ginal building on September la. capital. Numbers have been slain, blds until 11:00 o'clock a. m., August I
< om. when he should step into the 1793—and It was evidently built to and those who were not have desert
WILL A. LEONARD
breach and make the fight. In view receive some precious relic, Vfai I ed with glad cries of joy and run school lands, to-wit:
of the fact that the republicans will tors seldom penetrate to the room over to the insurgent side to fight
Cor 7th and Main Streets
hold an assembly this year, it need In it lies the bier on which three against the tyrant in whose army
not be surprising if it should stam presidents have laid in state—Lin they have been forced to serve. It
pede to Moore and the nomination coln, Garfield and McKinley. It has seems that it will only be a day or I purchase and at least one-fifth of the
forced on him. He is recognized as borne the weight of these distin iwo before Managua is taken and amount offered
DR C. P. MASON
the head and front of the opposition guished dead on the occasions when Madriz is ousted from the pr<*elden-' No bid for less than <15.00 per
to the courthouse removal, and the martyred presidents laid in state tlal mansion.
Bank A Trust Com
should lead their forces. It is a poor in the rotunda of the capitol Itself.
Scarcely have Dr. Castriilo's foot
general who will skulk behind the
But speaking of the subterranean steps died away when Don Luis Corea
Applications and bids should lie ad-1
breastworks, while his friends are passages again
An elevator con appears on the scene He Is smiling
to G. G. Brown, Clerk State
fighting for him.
ductor operating one of the "lifts" triumphantly.
The courthouse question will be to the depths ran across a very well have been demoralized, their army Land Board. Salem. Oregon, and j
the issue of the campaign, and if known member of congress down has been shattered. So many of them marked "Application and bld to pur
ELLSWORTH A MITCHELL
BENSON 4 STONE
■■ach side could select a man who there recently. The member has have been killed that it is impossible chase state lands."
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
would be the personification of the served here for twelve years at least to count them. Madlrz is merely i
issue and let the race be on that line and knows the ropes thoroughly. waiting to march on Bluefields and
I Office CrlMler-BtllU BullUlus
it would settle the matter quickly But he frankly admitted that he had sweep the revolution into the Atlan
and Trust Bldf.
been lost. "And if you ever let it ■ tic—if it does not succeed in eluding
KLAMATH FALLS - OREGON IRRGIRTKRKD
The assembly will also play an irn- get out that I was lost,” he added I capture by hiding on a fruit boat If!
portant part in the campaign. The confidently to his rescuer, "the peo Mr Knox will kindly recognize Dr. ,
I have some fine young registered
politicians need not fool themselves ple up in my district will defeat me Madriz as president of Nicaragua he:
bulls for sale; A-I stock and
Not coal land
into the belief that the people are in sure. It would never do to let it out will save all this muss and bloodshed Department of the Interior, United United States Commissioner acclimated. M. F. LOOSELEY, Ft
favor of the assembly. Whether that I didn't know the way around and do the poor unfortunate revolu- ■ States I«and Office at Lakeview,
their likes or dislikes to that pro the capitol."
tionists a real favor They are only; Oregon. April 22, 1910.
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
gram will take on a vigorous oppo-
boys, anyway, and they should be
Notice is hereby given that Frank
sition remains to be seen, but that
back in school learning their lessons Irish, whose postoffice address is Office, Third and Main, opposite City
ATTORNEY AT LAW
there is considerable condemnation
You shouldn’t have proposed to instead of being forced to bolster up Klamath Falls, Oregon, did, on the
of it Is already apparent, The peo- me," she said, gently “You might the pretenses of a mountebank of a 24th day of January. 1910, file in this
General law Practice State and Fed
pie feel that the direct primary is have known I'd refuse you."
office his Sworn Statement and Ap
their only means of defense, and are
"I did know," he said, savagely,
Examiner of !<and Titles
A day or so later Consul Moffatt at plication, No. 02956, to purchase the
Ceni Ò^T m U mvìm « Keetao I s -
jealous of protecting it from destruc "or I wouldn't have proposed "—Bal Bluefields or Consul Olivares at Ma WVk NW%, Section 35, Township 38
First National Bank Block
etilato in Oregon. WHtaforUas-
nagua will send in a brief dispatch I S, Hauge 10 E, Willamette Meridian,
KLAMATH REPUBLICAN f|[[ f|||||(|f(J|jf
THE FIRST TRUST >«» SAVINGS BANK
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
ARE NOW BUZZING
C. C. BROWER
E. L. ELLIOTT