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From now until JANUARY 4-
ist we make the UNPRI
CEDENTED Offer of any
part of our complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
at cost for cash
WE MEAN BUSINESS
Do not lose the opportunity
An unheard of chance for your winter
supplies for little money
Klamath Falls, Oregon
ATTCMI-r« To UHAfT
tf the National Irrigation Ass-'ciation
had 11-t insisted u | h , h --lui- latiug the
ore of the desert land hi", the commu
tation claiiM* of the liome»lead la« ami
the tinda-r aix* atone law. umltw th.-
national irrigation lUM. »11 the laud* to
la- reclaimed by the government would
4> have been aeiaad by apceulalora and
national irrigation w.-uld hate lavoiue
a »tench in the nostrils of the American
Il the pt-opla of Montana desire na
tional irrigation, with all He imigniticvnt
, possibilities for the state, they must
¡»land firm for the repeal of all laud
) laws ex-vpt the homi-rtead law . The
laith ot the west has been pb*lg**i to
the east and that faitR must l-e kept.
«fr I The
west must irruvidr henu-s for the
many npou the laiuls to be reclaimed,
--Ise the east will spew out national irri
gation as a grail ami a hideous evil.
"Me would rather have homes for
men than corrals.” ho »aid, "an-l we
are prouder-it the beet pr-diu tsot Mon
tana, the finest )>eople on earth, than
we are of the fat lost siieei- or the laltest
'•rhe National Irrigation Association
stand* for a rigid laud poli- v that will
l-alk the grafts -if every land grabbing
scheme. It want* the title of all tlm
l*-red lands to remain Willi the govern
uienl an-l the stuinpage sol-l, but the
, land lo remain in the government »<>
tl at our water sheds snail not Is- ruth-
I le-slv destroyed,
Il ask* that every
man who gets title from the government
must lie an actual settler and to show
Ids go<iil faith by living ii]«ni the lwn-1
live tears. You eanm-t ex|e>ct the east
to donate million» to reclaim land» that
i go tulo »iwH-ulative land scheme«.’’
The (laiernmcnt Engineers Will Soon
Semi In Their Report to the Sec
retary of Their Survey and
Investigation in Klamath
KLAMATH REPUBLICAN WHY YOE SHOULD VOTE
MONLi IO LOAN
-'ll attempting to wviirv in-w land s-w-vu
man can from one acre of g-wxl ground
gel a living for himself and his familv.
"Get an acre and live on it:’’ he said.
"Get an acre and live on it! I wish!
Frank C. Baker, chairman of the Re could burn that thought into the heart
Rcpnbllcan in Polllle». sad davotsd to the
publican State Central Committee, has of every workingman in America. In
A repre-wntative of the Republican
Timber, Aarlenltoral. Stock sod Wool imereti»
sent out 30.000 l-tt-j.. m 4he people of the west I would sav. Get an irrigated .nterview-'d Mr llniophrev angilMMI
si ; ne rreol Klamath County.
Oregon urging them to turn out and acre.’’ Mr. Maxwell declared that if ev Hi charge of the government survey in
cast their vote next Tues-lay. Every ery man who now works eight hours a 1 the Klamath Basin, ill regard to the
man in Klamath county, irrespective of -lay in a factory or a »melter could work p - ogress oi the work t-erv
Published every Thursday by
CTty, should be at the polls on Novem- four hours a-lay in the factory ami four phrey sax!; " We have had (r< m three
r 8 and help swell our county’s vote. hours a day on his acre of irrigated to six parties in the field since August
In this way we can without expense, ad land, he would double liis income and and have not -kvrvase-l our lor-.-e. Be-
vertise our county and show to the out lie would insure himself, his wife and sides maintaining steam ganging ata-
E ditor and PaorairroB.
side world that Klamath county is his children against want when the day's I lions, rain guagv* and evaporating pan*
Thousands of settlers are wages should stop.
Ito determine the waler situation, we
coming to Oregon and Washington from
cu .eras ora sorcjiTtoNat. ststkx .
! have made a survey covering I.ai-gvll
Valley, i’ue Valiev, Alkali Valley,
Oct year (In advance)...................
should make a special effort to show of nati mal education from the pi-«ent .'»wan latke, an-l Klamath \ alley and
them that we are alive. Every county one,” he said, "which trains our chil
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1904. in the state is striving to increase their dren away fn-m the land. This idea is Clear latke and Horsefly Valley reser
voir site*. We also ma-ie a survey of
| vote and when the vote is counted and gaining ground.
We have manual the Klamath River at K- no and brought
competed, we want KlaroaU*.,county to training and domestic science taught in
the sea level from the railroad an-l car-1
be ui the front row in the percentage of some of our schools. That is getting
increase. In the June election we cast back to the true system of education , rietl it through the valley to Merrill on ;
< the South. Bonanza on the East an-l the
about 1000 votes, see if we cannot reach where, instead of the old folks remain I 1‘esert or Butte t’reek on the W --t.
1200 this Fall. Mr. Baker says:
ing at home to die alone w hile the boys
Now we are concert rati ng our forces
“For commercial reason» if nothing go to the cities with the idea of becom
else, I hope that every citizen of Oregon ing millionaire« Ixit to end as counter on the lake* and when we determine
will exhibit sufficient interest in the junipers and clerks, the making and the depth, character of I* ttoui etc. --I
the Klamath lakesand Tule lake, we
forthcoming election to not only go to keeping of a home is taught.
will have an Klea what lh>- government
the polls himself hut to exert his best
"One more thing should be coupled can do; of course 1 would not l-e allowed
eff-.rts to get all his neighbors out to with the school system. Every child
vote regardless of Partv attiliaiione. should be made a gardener and a liorti- . to say just what the result will l-e hut 1
let our love tor our highly favored iculturist. The winter term should be 1 can state that while the propo-ilion at
State inspire us to show the btisineaa devoted half to books and half to work the liegiuning was -leelare-l a g-**i one,
world that we are up and doing, and on the benches, and a summer term \ there has been no develoj-enient to
that our p-nnilation i» increasing year should be devoted to agriculture. The ' change --nr opinion of the matter. The
by year, amt that we do not purpose boy would learn to build a home and survey is practically «ompleted, but we
idly by and .allowing our neigh the girls to care for them as wive» and ! will probably rei -ain lieie all winter.
To reinforce our position and put us in
bor States after ¡this Presidential elect mother».;
I p-ssessiou of more tacts, we will com
ion to advertise to the world that they
HETTKB TWA!« PWOHIWrTIO!« LAWS.
plete our work on the lakes. The re
are growing in population an-l Oregon
"The way to close the saloons is to sult of thi* work will I m - submitted to
or NEW YORK-
standing still. It shoul-l be a matter of teacli the gills to cook. Many a man the Secretary oi the Interior immedi
Slate pride for every voter to avail him has gone w rvng because a woman can
ately ai -l in u.y opini- i. it undoubted
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
self of hie franchise and vote. As a not cook. The summer school should
I ly will lie given to tlx- public."
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS,
A great -leal lu-.re work ha* l-een ac-
tion, it is absolutely essential that a full dren could attend it from the kinder ' complished her-- by the government
Vote be registered. No question but the garten to the high school. They could
engineers than the people are aware of.
growth of our State at the present time lie taught to raise everything on five
is the most rapid in its history; but acres that goes to make a home. We II is not the policy of the government
there i« a means oi showing it to the are gradually getting away from the engineer* to divulge the esult* of their
findings, as all their rejs-rts are made
world, and the opportunity ought not heresy that money is all in this life an-l
to be neglectel. Let us have all the that men must raise something, sell it direct to the Secretary -f the Interior.
James A. Fee, of Umatilla Co.
voters out—Republicans, Democrats, an-Lbtiy --mething back again before It is evident however, that the govern i
ment mean* business for if the project I
Socialists, Prohrdtionists. Stand up , begets what he wants. G-si intended
J. N. Hart, of Polk Co.
had not been a g-**l one they would not
and be counted for the State!
us to make a living directly from the have «pent their money and time here.
A. C. Hough, of Josephine Co.
Shall we fold our hands and not avail land.
There i* very little doubt but what the
ourselves of this important and unu«ual
"The evil of our life ia not that the
opportunity to announce to the world rich are getting richei or the poor are ' propositinn will lie up to the people in
The voter should bear in inind that that we are growing in population? getting poorer, but it is the lack of cul the near future an<) they will Is- the
to decide whethe- the Government
in order to cast a ballot for Roosevelt ¡Over in Washington enterprising ¡citi tivation of the noil. No man can op- one*
• hall reclaim an-l irrigate about 3t«t IMSI
and Fairbanks, he must vote for each zens regardless of party are exerting pre.s a sturdy race of farmers that own acres of land in this vi -inity, whether
every effort to get the vote out in order and till the land.
their ranches will be worth $■"> a» u«r»’
one of the four electors above named, to advertise that their State ia advan
rrxoviu k » or th a rarAaras stats .
by making a X between the numbers
“There are great resources m Monta
to move to.
na. but if the people won’t develop them
12, 13, 14, 15, and the name opposite. people
The citizens of our State are every on sound and enduring lin<-s. they must
where organizing and spending money be developed in such a wav that the
to advertise immigration. Th« Oregon mass of the |>eople will be rooted to tlie
Developement League is soliciting cap soil. Her mines are wondr--na in their
ELECTION FORECAST OF
ital to proiilable employment here; is pr-jductivenesa, but her greatest wealth
inviting the manufacturer, the farmer, lie» in her rich soil.
the miner, the stockman—in fact, all
"You have great water power bore at
Bishop C. J. O’Reilly is Interviewed
Washington, D C. Oct. 2*1.—''Special) classes of citizens are urged to come and ' Great Fall», the greatest, I believe, of
By An Oregonian Reporter On
General Charles H. Grosvenor, official assist in developing the resources of our any state in the Union, and you may
prophet for the Republican party, ha* state. The Boards of Trade throughout produce here a second Chicago", with all
His Return From His Visit
prepared his forecast on the approach the State, The Chambers ot Commerce, its squalor, its slums, its immorality,
To Southern Oregon.
ing election. He claim* 314 vote* for
its crimes, its starvation when the day’s
Roosevelt, and says under no circum
wage stops. But you do not want that.
Right Rev. C. J. O’Reilly, bishop of
stances will the Republican ticket re the various other organization« whose J | You want to lay here a foundation,
ceive lews than 3tX) votes in the electoral purpose is to induce immigration here, broad and deep, for an entirely -liffer- Baker City, in at the Portland. having
college. Grosvenor’» forecast* hereto are doing most excellent and commend ent condition, and the laying of that returned yesterday from visiting Klam
fore have proven remarkably accurate, able work, and are entitled to the last foundation baa t-een begun as a result ath county, a part of hi* diocese. Al
w hich fact gives them standing among ing gratitude of our ,-eople in every of the achievements of a grand old man though the number of Catholic* at pre«-
county and precinct, and should be .»enator f’aria tjibeon, whom ths people ent living in Hoiitheaatern Oregon is
snpportod liberally in the meritous of this city in -lays to cotne will revere very »mail, the bishop ha- obtain-*-! two
« epcbucam .
Vote. work they are doing for Oregon; and and honor as one of the greatest minds central bl-wks in Klamath l-all* amS
Merrill, with a view to the future. Hr
California........... 10 New Jersey ...12 the citizens of the State have an oppor that the west has ever pro<luc<al.”
Colorodo ........ 5 .New York.. ....39 tunity to encourage these bodies in their FARM ACKS COLOMIKS BEIWO KSTAH1.ISHKD a,*-aka in term- of great admiration ol
won-leriul though undeveloped
Connecticut........ 7 North Dakota .. 4
“The movement ia already tiegun to
Delaware................3 Ohio................. 23 franchise and getting others to do the -■»tablish farm acre colonies where men country.
Judging from its present progress,
in the east who have a little money can
Idaho................... 3 Oregon.............
Don’t worry your head how yonr come out onto an acre of land an-l live every indication point«, in the opinion
Illinois..................27 Pennsylvania.. 34
Indiana................. 15 Rhode Island..
4 neighbor ia going to vote ; simply em- there for a year or two years and be of the biahop, to ita coming greatness aa
Iowa .................... 13 South Dakota
4 ) pha*ize the importance from a commer- taught how to farm. Then they will be a center of population and industry.
Kansas.................. It) Utah
3 I rial standpoint of his doing so. And, colonist farmers worth having and this The great disadvantage at present ia th-
Maine ....................t) Vermont ....
4 moreover, every man should avail him will relieve, too, the congested center* lack of lailroad connection with the out
"Klamath Falla," Maid
Massachuaetla. 10 Washington. . . 5 self of that sacred right.
of the east. There are thousands and side world.
Michigan ............ 14 West Virginia
hundreds of thousand* of such men in Biahop O’Reilly, "is a thriving city with
12fW. and it is hard to
Minnesota........... 11 Wisconsin........... 13
the east, and every live community in
the west should plant such a farm in realize that such a lively and progres
Nebraska............. 8 Wyoming............. 3
struction colony. The work has been sive town ia nearly 40 mile* from the
Nevada ............... 3
tiegun in Arizona and when its good re neareat railroad.
New Hampahire. 4
sults are seen the plan will he adopted come to Klamath county, for it has a
i by every western section, for it will ap healthful climate and many natural ad
.11 North Carolina 12
It will appeal to vantage!. Klamath ia destined to be
9 Smith Carolina.. 9 Chairman George H. Maxwell of The peal to all classes.
... 5 Tennessee.
12 National Irrigation Association every western man who desires to see come one of the moat proaperona ot Ore
...13 Texas ....
his country settled by thrifty citizens. gon’« counties. Land ia cheap, irriga
Urges Every Wage Earner to
It will apjx al to the merchant; it will tion ia la-ing tapi-lly advance-1, railroad»
app-al to the man who has land to sell. aie lasing projected, and with ita natur
Cultivate a Home Acre
“If a man, intent upon accomplishing al resources it ia only a question of a
Near Place of His Em
the most with a large tract of land, had few yeara when it will contain thou«-
one million acres, and it were possible and* of home*. Nearly every man met
for him to have a prosperous family on wears the Room-velt button, and the
,. 8 I Montana ........... 3
Great Falls, Montana. (Special.) The every five acres, would be divide it into county will vote the Republican ticket
____ | an-l farms of a s-juare mile or of a quarter by a very large majority.”
of the country
..11 wage earners
The biahop a-hlresaed large audiencr-a
those who would ameliate the hard con section? With small farms cotne good
ditions of the laboring man and see roads. The dreaded isolation of the old at Klamath Falla ami Merrill, an-l ia
him established in comfort in a home farm life gives way to neighbors every delighted b -th with the gracioua recep-
few hundred yards, an-l all the comforts lion be received and with the generous
CATHOLICS PREFER ROOSEVELT of hi* own will find some interest ami of
modern civilization become possible.*’ I | assurances of the people generally of ai-l
pr-ifit in the campaign ami lecture tour
in erecting new church buildings. Hu
OCR ORBATEST NATIONAL RESoCECE.
which is l-eirig made throughout the
Archnishop Messmer, of Milwaukee, west by George If. Maxwell, executive
“The land is the greatest resource of returns to Baker City today.— Friday’s
voices the sentiments of thousands of chairman of the National Irrigation As a nation. Our public lands should be Oregonian.
inemliera of the Catholic church when sociation. Mr. Maxwell has spoken at securely held for the real homemakers.
he nays: "I believe that President the principal cities in Montana and bi* There are men in the west who have ac
R tosevelt's policy in regard to the Phil- programme takes him also through quired, a* was never intended by Con
i pi lie friars has met the approval of the Washington, Colorado, New Mexico. gress, great tracts of thousands of acres
Vatican authorities, and there is a feel Arizona, Texas, North Dakota, beside* of larxl without settlement and without
lug that in case of hie election they large eastern centers.
the building of a single Lome.
would be assured of straightforward
These laws are still upon the statute
The lamp of hope which he held out
an-l considerate treatment. I’ersonallv to the west and to the country at large, book*. More over the great live-stock
I should be glad to see President Roose in a sjieech at Great Falls was that tlie interest* and the specnlators are intent
velt elected President.”
idea should be fostered that any strong ii|*m keeping them there and even itp-
GET AN ACRE
AND LIVE FROM IT.
HAND HADE HARNESS
The Baldwin Harness Shop.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Klimith Falls, Or.
DLW DROP CONFECTIONERY STORE
Alex Martin, President,
Alex Martin Jr, Cishier
E. R. Reames, Vice Pres’t,
E. M. Bubb, Asst. Cashier
Cleo. Wilson, Prop’r.
7WeRRll_l_. - - OREGON
FULL LINE OF
Is the policy oi this hank, and it is
rigidly ad her red to.
Safety flr.*t. Liberality next
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Country Produce taken In exchange tor Hoods
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Groceries, Dry Goods,
Clothing, Furnishing; Goods
Yourself a Present Boots and Shoes.
NOW IS THE TIME
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DRUG AND STATIONERY
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WESLEY O. SMITH,
•EPUBLIOAH NATIONAL TICKET
KEJimucB eounc¥ bjìhk
Io sums of Ten Thousand dollars,
or over, at low ratea of Interval, on
approved mortgage security.
J. W 11 A M A K V H,
Agent and Manager.
This knowledge enables
us to buy right and
We Invite Comparison
of Our Stock and Prices W Ith
Repairing a Specialty
H. J. WINTERS,
with or without
WATCHMAKER A JEWELER
Khmatli Falls, Oftfoi.
We have two messages for the peo.
pie this week. One for the ladies
and the other for the men. Every
lady should I* |«i ticnlarty choice
in the selection of the stationery she
uses in writing t-> her friends. iR-n’t
destroy a g-»»l impression by using
elxap or inipriq-er writing paper.
Styles change in stationery an well
an in other things. There is a nine
an-l shape which i- proper for ladies
an-l also a distinct style an-l sise
pr-qs-r fur lilt'll, lari us show you
what is proper this year. We have
a complete line in all the latent tints
<>t stationery, papeteriss, box goods
CITY DRUG STORE
We keep the finest
lot of horses In the
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
THOS. W. NEWTON, Prop’r
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
and Northern u
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
Linkville. Phone Main 14
Disc and walking plows, harrows, wagons, buggies
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Guns, Ammunition, Etc
Complete Line of
Caleb T. Oliver, Proo'r
Hardware Dealer Klamath Falls
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Horses that will please you
With or without drivers *
Commercial men conveyed to all points
Went £41<lvt StfibieN
JAS. SIGLER, PROP’R