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K LAM AT H REPUBLICAN
W. O. SMITH, Editor.
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR UhtbON
GREAT DANI COST THREE MIL FIFI'EEN ltEI*ORTKD E VECI TEI»
in ORDER OF DIAZ
Four X iwrs of lutlxir Were lt«*«|uired Tvleplioa«*«
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
All communications submitted for publication In the columns of this
paper will be inserted only over the name of the writer
No non de plume
articles will be published
To Complete The lauuenae
posHcaslon aa by law provlded; and
that plaliitlff havu auch olher or fui
ther rellaf In thè promlaea aa lo th«>
«■«iiirt may arem mevt and ««qultalib'
latta of It in Klamath Falls Ihit
Thl» atimniotia la publlshed In H im
Grot, Ing la*aa
Klamath Itoptibllcan a woakly
Paper publlHh«'«! al Klamath I all
The kldn«*ya cry for help
Not un organ In the a hole body »O Oregon, <l> signdt«'«! uh (he l>n|M’r
iiioh I likvly to gfve notl<«**to gald <!«-
<l< dlcateiy conatructvd
t< «uliiiila, by «arder of th<* Honoiahl«
N«ii one so Important to health.
The kidneyu are the filters of the Henry L. Benaon. judgt* of subì cir
cuii court, dnli<<| March 13, |9|j,
When they fail the blood hi-coiues ullrectlng tliat au« h aumiiionM bc ho
inihllahi'd oin<< a week tor nix suc-
foul uud (tolaonous.
There can Iu* no health where Ulen' caaalva wwka. tbe (Irai publlmilon lo
li«' Iliade (and btilng no ninde) oii
Is poisoned blood.
Barkache Is one of th«' first hull- 1 Thuraday, Manli Ifitli, ihii .
<’ C IIHOWEH. Attorney f«lr ih««
cations of kidney trouble.
It Is th* kidney's cry for help ll«*«*.| plalntlff
i 3-IH 4-37 r.
CRYING FOR HELP
IS URGES! Ill IHE WHOLE WORLD
El, PASO. March 14 it 1« b«*licvvd
CHICAGO. March 14
States R<*clumatlon Service in Its that Dim haa shot rifti*en Anierleaua
mines have beeu discovered by a class * work of supplying moisture to arid who wer«> cupi lin'd at Canas Grande*
of men. pioneers as a rule, who ex ■ lands has given th«* world five of Its ' batti«« The Muderò scouts hav«« b«*<«a
ercised their own common sense and 1 lurgest damn
It-wav quite appropri ■ unable to get definite Information un
the judgement of the hour, who never ate that one of the larg«*«t of these, u the matter Gonial«*« Garza, the pro-
BRY.XN INTRODK KD IT SIXTEEN read a scientific work relating to the ■ part of the Salt River project In yisional secretory of atat«*, Haiti :
subject. The Comstock mine was dis Arisona. Should be called th«* Roose
"There Is not th«* allghtrst doubt
Doan's Kidney Pills ar«« what lx
covered by a poor, broken prospector, velt Dam in honor of th«* man who Ithut the Americana hav«* been shot
Itaclielor Tax I*><>| hh ><'«| e
w ho would probably have starved to as president signed th«« act which I l'nd«*r martial l/w the federal« f««cl
ST PAUL. Maith 13
Are just what overworked kidneys
It Is Believed That Senolorial Plan death before he got out of the country made its construction possible.
I no hvHltancy at all. a« they ntptured i n«««*d.
'tature of Minnesota is seriously con-
had he not found the mine.
Col. Roosevelt, In connection with | th«* prisoners during mi actual bat
XX ill Be Approved at Next
They strengthen ami Invigorate th«* Hlderiug a hill to impose a tax of >•>
"The oil wells of Pennsylvania are his visit to Phoenix. March I H to 20 tle.”
Session of Congress
kidneys, help them to do their work, annually upon all male pereons above
an excellent example of the utter will formally d<«dieat«> th«« dam nam
never fail to cm«* any «a««* <>t kidnc* th«* agv of 30 years who are iimuar-
failure and impracticability of leav ed in his honor. In thia connection
Journalist Heard Froiu
rl«'d or who cur^not prove that they
WASHINGTON March 15.—With ing this to the scientists. Of course It is interesting to note that th«« IMh
SXN DIEGO. March 14
Andrew Cantrall, of Jacksonville, ar«* persona of such moral character
a vote of 54 to 33 against .thus fail It was first discovered upon the sur National Irrigation Congress at which Van Blarcom. a local newspaper man. Ore., says
“I used Doan's Kidney as to be unfit for marriage. It is dr
ing by six votes to give a need«*d two- face of the river. The Indians used it Is «*xp«*eU*d Col. Roos veil will Is* and three compunions hav«* tele- Pills «nd I j»tn glad to aay that they Mailed to us«< the money call«*ct«*d by
thirds majority the resolution of Sen to pick It up on their blankets and oue of the principal s|H«akers at Chi-' phoned from a railway camp eighteen lhelped no* greatly. Thia remedy came thia "malr poll lax" for tbe support of
ator Bristow of Kansas amended by wring the blankets out and sell It ago. D»«c. 5 to 9. has for Its president miles cast of Tia Juana that they are i to my aid when I WIIS «tlffvlitlg fl'«,III ’ Indigent spinsters If the hill la panned
the senate judiciary committee aud for oil for medical purposes."
Hon. A. B. Fowler, of Phoenix. Ari-
!*l.nc" t' ickach.* and O«t of gratitud«*, I r«'c
| zona. who tor many years was pr««sl- Sunday. Th»party Is due late today j'lnniend It highly
reported by Senator Boah ot Idaho,
FOR SALE <•<« aerea fin««, level
The Meaning of Kisaes
for popular election of senators, re
dent of the Sait River Valley Water No details as to their experiences
lurid, tul Joi it lug Paulin«' Marsh, six
For wale by all dealers
The utter meaninglessness of the Users' Aasociatiop.
mains an issue to be disposed t>f in
have been rwelvcd Mtcopt that they cents.
north of town of Silver lutke
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
the next session. Senator Borah was performance,” says Mrs. Calvin N.
This Immense dam r«*qulriug over had •<*«*n trouble."
Apply to .1 o
New York, sole agents fiir th«« United \’«*r> «'heap for «asti
isiismsb isuns i >>iwa>
in charge of the resolution, and con Gabriel of Baltimore, "to say noth four years' work and costing in th««!
ducted a brilliant fight for its adop ing of the unsanitary «¿lenient of it. neighborhood of 13.0*0.000.
RelH'l» AI mi Sit»«' Notice
Remember th«* nam<- Doan's ■ lid building. Portland. Or «gon
The house of course, would should have killed the kiss long ago." dam is higher than the Flat-Iron '
MEXICALI. March II
A notice take no other.
have adopted it three to on«» without There is a good deal to be said on building In New York and would that all federal prisoners the Insur-
sanitary grounds against kissing, but hide the capitol at Washington to | rectos capture hereafter will b«* shot
Sixteen years ago, William Jenn why Mrs. Gaberie) or any one else the dome. Two four-in-hgnds could has Inw-ii served on Mexican Consul
ings Bryan, then a member of the should call the practice meaniugl«*ss pass on the top. Most of the wall Sierra at Calexico by General Ret
house from Nebraska , proposed a is by no means dear. Few acts that rests on stones big enough for a team thold. second in eominund of the
plan which he thought would have in make up any common habit are cap and a wagon to stand on and weigh rebels in Lower Ciillfornin
KNOXVILLE. March 14
augurated the refurm of the senate. able of meaning so many different ing stxt«*«*n tons each.
freight lo<emotive was partially de
It was that a resolution be drafted things
The lake formed by th«« dam ex IEDFRXI.H PLANNING FOR
molished. and an engineer, a fireman
jyermitting any state if it chose to do
The kiss given in the Old Testa tends back in the Nalley twenty miles
REt AITI RE OF MEXII XI. X and a s|w*clal agent seriously hurt as
so as to elect its senators by popular ment by Ruth's sister-in-law to their and holds enough water to flood >.-
the result of an explosion alongside
joint monther-in-law meant goodby. 000 square miles a foot deep. The M<n and Ma< titile Gun Plat«»*«« !< <««• the engine at pine Knot. 56 tulles
¡"If." Mr. Bryan said, "the resolu It marked a difference In the charac reclaim«^ land will make 2.">,ood
north of Oakdale on the ■ Cincinnati.
Eiiw-iunla—G uii I mm «« Itriiigv
tion for the amendment of the con ter of Ruth, who went with her farms each large enough to support
New Oreleans A Texas Parlile rail-
stitution make such popular election mother-in-law, and of the other wo at least five people, making homes
road. The explosion Is supposed
of senators mandatory, it is certain man. who would not go. The kiss of for fully 125.000 Americans, Each
I the strike
SAN DIEGO, March 14
Paaeen- have been a development In
that an amendment will be offered ! Judas meant betrayal When Admir acre it is estimated will yield yearly gers at San Diego returning fnnn En- of the road’s firemen
and adopted, either denying to the al Nelson said, "Kiss me. Hardy,” he crops valu«*d at >50 to 1125.’
senada report thut an attempt la to
federal government control of such spoke wosds that have kept for a
I m * made hv th«* federals to recapture ;
Main Street ProjM'rty Sohl
elections, oc giving the federal gov- hundred years their power to touch TIME- OLI» PLAGUE
Mexlcala from the Insurgents They ,
Chllcotte A It li e report sale of 35-
ernment control. If the former, then English hearts.
When Shelby told
RECURS IN CHINA say 142 men with a machine gun pla-
foot front on Main, between Seventh
the northern senators will oppose it; the gentle maiden that he feared
toon left Ennenaila y««aterday for Tia .
HERE'S YOl R MONEY HACK!
and Eighth street. In block 14„ to
if the latter, the southern senators her kisses, but that she need not fear
There has appeared in Northeastern Jtiaua. en route io Tcvarte and Mex-'
will oppose it. But if the amend his, he virtually admitted that differ China another outbreak of that dire Icala. The Mexican gunlnukt (Tampico Chas P. Stewart. The consideration
No argument— no qulMiling to it.
ment merely permit and not compel ent kisses mean different thing#. The malady which, under the common is due at Enst*nada- today with am- I was above 1200 per front toot.
XX c luixr nothing to say—tou I »on's
The same firm also reports the sale make tle-ir guarantee cover rvrry
any state to elect its senators in that kiss of that husband and wife who name of the plague, has recurred munition and supplies.
of lot 9. block 34, in First addition, thing tliry make.
manner, an immense majority in both kissed again with tears in Tennyson’s through the %ast nineteen centuries.
to John J. Keller.
houses will support it. The reform song meant a particular kind of rec at intervals more or W* hs frequent, to
READ THIN LETTER:
then will be before the people on its conciliation. "What kind of kiss did scourge mankind. .
Calif. March 10. 1911.
merits. Several states will Immediately the old Greek have in mind who de
In the (,'ireult Court of tin* State of
News dispatches Indicate that the
The Monarch Grocery.
adopt the new method, and the good fined heroism as giving your life for present epidemic is widespread and
Oregon, for hiemath County.
"Klamath Falla. Or«*
- - stubborn of control. Ordinary meth- STATE DEPARTMENT MAYS HK
results that will come from it will! 'a
a kiss and not getting it? —
Benjamin Southwell, plaintiff, vs.
"t^iith-m-n To emphasise more
insure its spreading the country knows, but probably not the kisses OJls of treatment are proving only
Maxey Jackson and Hattie E Jack-
XX AS ON AMERICAN SOIL
forcibly than ever OUR GUARAN-
I exchanged on Easter day by members partly efficacious. The death roll
In the light of the present demand | of the Greek Church,
in the name of the State of Oregon TEE' we authorise you to post or
among the natives is growing heavier
publish thia letter, making plain to
for that reform, it seems probable [
Mrs. Gaberie! would find her task each day. and Industry of all kinds Bpl*> ITovidr for the Movement <»r You and «-ach of you are hereby re
everyone who buys 'Coulson's' poul-
that^Mr. Bryan in 1894 was seeing the easier if she would attack kissing on |s Imperiled. So serious. Indeed, has
Amounts Dosi Two to Twen
quired to appear and answer the com
wiser plan, which, If
__ __ might be the situation become that China has
if followed, would!
would 1 the opposite side. <1
plaint filed against you In the above try Foods or Remedleo, Lice or Mite
«by this time have been in effect in made against the kiss on the ground invited th«* l«-adlng nations of the
entitled suit, on or before Thursday, Exterminator, etc., that their money
every state tn the United States, It I that its possible meanings are so world to send their medical experts,
April 27th, 1911, that being last day will l>» returned to them without ar
is known that the resolution which 1 many and its actual meaning so din- to stay its advance.
WASHINGTON. D <’., March 14.-- of the publication of summons herein, gument or question If the goods fall
was defeated February 28 will be I cult to know.
state department this afternoon and the last day of the time within to fulfill to the letter our every claim
The misslonart«*s from the United
reintroduced in the sixty-second con
States and other countries are stick asked for the release of Edward which defendrnts or either of them
"We authorise you to supply every
gress. and it is believed that it will MILIN ADDITION WILL HAVE
ing to their posts and are doing much
of your customers with sufficient
pass the senate. Several new sena
A SCHOOL BUILDING NEXT effective work in the relief of suffer- verse, who are Imprisoned at Jauroz. by th«* order of the court for publlca-
Frrod and Chick Food and disease
tors wil be strongly for it. among
ing.While they are naturally the sub- The request is made on the ground tlon of summons herein, and If you
them Poindexter of Washington. Improvcnwnt Company and School. ject of sharp anxiety to their friends that the arrests were made on Amer- fall so to appear an<l an»w«*r, the remedies for th«*lr poultry the remain
Johnson of Maine, Works of Cali- I
plaintiff will apply to the court for th«* der of the winter and all spring, and
Board G«*t Together and Make
at home, they are; in fact. In no great lean soil.
fornia who succeeds Flint. who voted
relief prayed for In the complaint If on the 1st day of August they are
danger, if In any at all. Their sani
not satisfied that It has more than
against it, Martine of New Jersey,
Unit«-«! Ntat«*s < «dls for Bld*«
aforesaid filed herein, to-wlt
tary methods of living, together with
First. For judgement against de paid for Itself In Increased growth
At a meeting of the school board their knowledge of hygiene. Is an al eSAN DIEGO, March 14. Public'
for th«* sum of on«* hundred and egg production, besides keeping
and the board of directors of the Mills most impervious armor of health and
their poultry in the pink of condition,
GIRLS QUIT TEACHING
quarters today, calling for blds for (dollars together with interest there-
Addition Improvement Co. Monday security,
free from disease and Insects, RE-
TO ENTER MATRIMONY night arrangements were made for a
The plague dates back to a few
FUND THEIR MONEY
school building in the bustling addI- 1 centuries before Christ, and in ono Ing from two tons to twenty-five tons, annum from th«* 24th day of August
“We authorise you to refund their
W ELLINGTON. N. Z., March 15 — tlon. This will save the children of form or another it has visited Asia No distance Is specified. The call is 1909. and the costa and diahunu-menta
money If our fit ESOL! N’E falls to
New Zealand girls decline to accept that section a long walk, as they are and Europe time and time again with taken to Indicate that the army Is of this suit.
Punch's advice, and where marriages now attending the Central school.
Second. For th«* sum of one httn-1 destroy mlteo. lice or ticks on poultry,
disastrous results. In the middle of i preparing to advance to the Mexican
horses, rattle, hogs.
are concerned there is no “don't” in , According to the agreement reached »he fourteenth century It appeared I line.
tired dollars attorney's fees herein.
"The above guarantee rovers every
The Wellington at last night's meeting, the improve- us the Black D«fatb, an Invasion
Third. For a decree of said court
preparation we make.
education board is much perturbed ment company will er««ct a 40160 foot which left its monstrous tracks In
Yorktown Heard E'rom
over the wholesale resignation of girl building, two stori««s high, the lower i literature and art and even In Inatltu-
SAN DIEGO. March 14.- The mys-, mortgage described in the complaint COULSON POULTRY AND STOCK
school teachers for the purpose of floor being divid'd into thr««e rooms tions of government and doctrines of tery surrounding the trip of the York herein executed by the dsfendents
embarking in matrimony. One mem for school , put poses. The school religion. Beginning nearly always I town was partially cleared today by on the 7th day of October 1909. in | We are ready to follow instructions.
ber wanted an injunction; another . board has agreed to lease the lower som< wh««re in the Orient, this Infix the Information that the gunboat was ! favor of the plaintiff, upon lot 9 of i Now is tlx* time t<> make big profits by
.-»aid, “You can't stop them.” It was floor for two years, providing no tlon would creep westward to the ad- at Ensenada. Mexico, Sunday. Pac- block - in Fairview addition to Kia- j feeding and using Coulson's F< hm ! h
stated, amidst awful silence, that . school Is built In that vicinity In that vanced points of civilization, reducing sengers arriving today from Ensen math Falls, Oregon, which mortgag«* and ItcnHxllrs to tnnke hens thrive
many of the girl students at the train i time. The building will be complet- the population of cities by half, and In ada said that the Yorktown officers I was recored on November 30th, 190», ■ and lay.
ing college are wearing engagement ed by the 1st of September, and It Is 1 some periods well nigh paralyzing the : vislt>*d the Mexican officials and then I at page 363 In volume 9 records of I
THE MONARCH GIUM'ERY.
rings. The chairman—"There’s no expected that thrx*e teachers will be work of the world. Until so recent frilled southward to an unknown deiv- mortgages of the county of Klamath.
remedy; they will do it.” A vener employed.
■ state of Oregon, and for sale of said
The upper. floor of th' a time as 1870 the shadow <^f the I tination.
able and portly sage advised the building will be rented, perhaps to!plague lay upon Europe, though
real property, and that, the proceeds
board not to get so many pretty girls private parties.
of Haiti xale he applied to the payment
! long b«’fore that year it had been XX'OMAN DIEN OF FRIGHT AN
into the service.
ROBBERS BMiXV OPEN SAFE of the debt secured by said mortgage,
' brought under control.
to wit: The sum of one hundred dol
quent outbreaks have le-rn confined
lars together with Interest thereon
YOU NEED A PICK; NOT
XXTLL BE REORGANIZED principally to portions of Anla and
from the 24th day of August, 1909,
SCIENCE TO FIND GOLD
, and for costa and disbursements herr-
WASHINGTON, March 14.—As the!--------------------------
I Kir leixes Npices for
, In. and for the further sum of one
Idaho's Fat Senator Tells the Eastern' result of aspeclal investigation order- jg|ME X IIOOIMxy- IKS
!M«' pkg. Crarkcrw.................... ;i for IM»«'
ROCHESTER, N. Y., March 14 — hundred dollars aa attorney's fees
< r* How To Search For the
•*d by the Treasury Department «tev-'
weeks ago, and just completed, th -
<OIRI IO FIX IT I P | A gang of yeggmon last night blew Has In "First" and Second" her««ln lairge lx*i«M>ns, per dos...................'JAc
NfctT Nnvnl tlrungrs, prr «I«»»
entire force of Customs’ Inspectors'
up the safe of the Rushville Banking j above set forth;» and that said de-
.................... ............. Mr and iMh
WASHINGTON. March 14.—The at the port of San Francisco, 80 In
NEW YORK. March 14. in order
Navel Ornngrs, prr box of
under them or either of them sub
way to find gold is not to take aboard all, will be reorganized. In additlou | to make his children's lives easier No trac<* of them has been found.
or 17«............................ g2.7A
Mrs. XV. Irving Jones, wife of the sequent to the execiitlon of Raid mor
an assortment of scientific informa to some removals, all the Inspectors Herln Mutterparl has obtained per-
NI«-«* Grain* Fruit, caci........................ ...
tion, "but to acquire a pick and shovel, will be clasHifi-d Into three grades, mission from the supreme court to | hank cashier, died from the terrible tgage upon said premises, either as I
Good Cooking ami Eating Appi«*"
a hammer, a magnifying glass and a according to their ability, and will be change his name to Harry Pearl- fright Hhe experienced when the rate purchasers, Incumbrancers, or other
|M*r box ................. gl.an and SI.¡4«
pick mule .*>nd strike into the hills. j paid accordingly, as was dpne in the muttef. The petitioner asserted that wan blown open.
Fri*sli new Cabbage, Cr||«*ry, Let
of all rights, claims, or equity of re
This bit of wisdom cornea from Sena ! recent reorganization of the inspec at school Ixjth, teachers and pupils
Carrots, Br««ta, Turnips, rtr., on
demption on th«* Raid premises, and
tor Heyburn of Idaho, who hails from
confused the name with Mutterpo«»l i
hand nt nil tlnn-s.
KNEELING IN PRAYER, every part thereof, and' that paid
and other names, so that his child- I
the Couer d' Alene gold region of his
This storv* Is headquarters for Bulk
plaintiff have judgement and execu-
state and has long been the attorney DUNNE DECIDES TO CfyNTEMT
ren were themselves becoming per-j
nnd Package Garden and Fi«*l«l N«*«*ds.
SEATTLE, March 14
of big mining companies.
PRIMARY ELECTION REfiUI/T plexed and did not know what their
H i' want your Produce, Vegetables,
"No scientific study,” says Hey
I J. B. Powles, wife of a prominent of them for any deficiency which may
CHICAGO. March 13 — Edward F. real nano* was.
Eggs, etc., at the best mar
burn, "can aid a man in finding a Dunne, who was defated for the Dem
Mntterperl stated that the name ' Seattle broker knelt at prayer at St. remain after applying all the pro4
premises ket prima.
mine. No geologist ever discovered ocratic mayoralty nomination by Car was a perfectly g«>od one until his Mark's Ei.:__„
------ J reeds
— of - the
a mine that I ever heard of. There is ter H. Harrison, hty* confirmed the children started to attend school, robbed of her purse containing >45, properly applicable to the Hatlsfac-
not a mine of value in the United report that he will contest the pri after which the lives of himself and by a person who knelt In an attitude | tlon of said Judgement.
Fourth. That the plaintiff or any
States today that was ever discover mary eletdion. The count shows Har family wc-ra made miserable because of devotion beside her. She did not |
ed by a geologist or by any person rison the nominee by a majority ni so many angles were given to the discover the Iowa until the services party to the suit may become pur
SIXTH AND MAIN
acting upon a scientific principle. Our 1,433.
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^rMt MA.f^ k
GOÍERNMENICAUS FOR FREIGHTERS
Our Specials for