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KLA MA TH REPUBLICAN
that |»atroiin hiv at ||m«*a unable I«»
the Rev. Griffith w.wil.l ir> into «
maha him uinh»r«iatM thvir want*, an«l
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ilrink, with the li<i|x-* <M gotluig ihvir
ilivv mtiil im»nvv ohlai <, <>r uh » »vl«i thai
Vote «1 elertloii. but if thi* w<n,|<| be
E. J. MURRAY. Editor.
Cha m ber of Co ni m e r c e ihv> mnM h»iii>* thvir Imx U uvu ali n m
»mug, ia it . iiiv I lie le.« *<> tn have eonie
laet thvx want ’•lumi»’»
mi.. el»e um * hl« miHtey for the Mill*
Passes Strong Reso
, pnr 1»»«"? Tlu*e are not the «lay« w hen
F ifth »
» nulo* ,
a vote >-*n he iinrvliNuxl w ith a Jrink of
TWO DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
w|ii»kry an.l Mr. Griffith ha. already
im I hc I oi %
I lcwM.>iie,| hiniM*lt in tlie estimation of
At a largely attended special meeting,
ladh the cliiitcli aiel the «ahxm ;»>ople cal Its I fur the |>nr)«»e of consblering the • intuita for dvliwry ol mail» niitnvv or
Klamath Falls, Ore., Thursday, May io, 1906.
by In« euneurrvtKv in this |x>llev of l»Mlal situation, the following preamlilo «loru ami ivtfiatvrtHl Irl 1er*» making II
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and resolutions were |>a»(H«i unanimous thfht'ull foi pal ton* io tul) uhvlhvr any*
• » ih » is on the ill*hh* <»( tbv uiintow until
The people of the country are begin ly.
lory of the connty, these nominations
W i ( kkk « s , the population of this place the patron ia a«klrraMNlt «ml
. represent the free and untrwmiueled ning to reahn- the necessity of the care
W IIHHKAS. thv mphi growth of K lain
' will of the majority of the party. There ful study of the situation Is'forv tliev has increased nearly !<*» per cent in the
are no breaches to bridge over and no make a selection of the meuiliera of the last year and we have every leason to ath Falla innkva it impviiHtivv that ho
bitterness to forget. The party goes in ‘ county court. Tins is not the time to lirlieve that the immediate future will imnitMliHto changv la« mail««, ami pre»«
Fxirten RTATKS SRXvrou
rhe taxpayers show even greater growth, as the in ent voibhti'Hia la» alleviati*), for univa*
to the campaign with a solid front and make ail ex|wrin>ent.
in perfect harmony, and, therefore there and those interested in the welfare and stallation of » great irrigation system prompt nieaanrva are lakon to tiHoril ila
FREI) W. MULKEY.
can lw only one result, so lar as the development of the county cannot afford and the completion of a railroad are tehvf, vwrv mtvrvat »»I thin omimnnity.
(XITXl) RTVTXS KKXAW>K
tn any way th*t»vntlonl npm mail avr-
county ticket is concerned, and that is any experiment. They want a man for ceitain to bring a large |»>pulati.>n.
Judge who has been tested, (hie whom
lx ixixmk tVsxea Tiirtar.ir, the Chain viuv, will I m » grvatlv crippled and in
) an overwhelming republican victory.
With the State ticket, it is somewhat they know is not snseeptiblu to either her of Commerce ap)x»inted a committee jurvd. thvivhirv
B e it Hr>oi vt 1» hr Ihv K Initial )> t'haiu
different. Nominations were made the influences of n few religion« fanatics, of three to onnfvr willi Hiram F, Mur-
that, in the jirdgvnrent of many, had the political ring or the sakxNi element. ihrch, ISratnmstsr oi Klamath Falls, l*i»r of Commerci* a tvrtilled copv of the
best been otherwise. But that time Iras Gue wlm has proven himself moral, lip Oregon, for the purpose ot asking him niemlterrhip of which i* herut » atlavhiMl
WILLIS C. HAWLEY.
not arrived when everything goes ac right ami conscientious in bis ialsirs lor to make certain changes in thj^ |»«t that the lh»m»rubh» Poalmaaler Gvitei-
office, and improvements in the service, al in hereby napicahal to ark for tin«
cording to will and wish of individuals. tlie welfare, of the county.
SRCHKTART OR RTATR
Klamath county is now passing and
immediate reaignation <»f liiuiin F.
The majority must rule, and in the case
FRANK W. HENSON.
WiiKBKaa, whan «aid < >mmiit<x' did MunitM'h, and the ap|UHiilm«'iit of a nue'
of the state ticket it is the duty of every through an era of abnormal develop
kvavk tim »avaaa
republican to support the will of the ment and rapid changes, and the |>co- confer with Mr. Murdoch, lie agreed Cvnaor, Indivving that onlv in till* H »\
GEORGE A. sTEtU
can th«» coitdilion* I»«» changed, adequate
party. It it only in this way that par |Ue need a man at the head of the coun to make thv changes suggestvd. and
acrwsJBR s ix:«.
WiiKKKis.il sufficient time lia«elapsisl quarter* provided, ami elticivni ami
ty lines and organisation can be main ty who not only is broad minded but
who has had that experience in business to permit of these changes and improve aatirfaclory nervico rendent).
« vit . rcituc nnmHfrnott
In the case of United States Senator, which alone -wn make him a safe ami ments, and they have not Issm utade,
J. H. ACKERMAN.
it is absolutely essential that a rv| ubli- competent man to successfully handle and
can should be chosen, Oregon to-day is the affairs of this comity, of whatever
W iikkkik , this failure to do as he
A. M. CRAWFORD.
in a position where she can do a great magnitude, which may arise during the agre««l lias resulted,
Fiasr, In rendering p.u>tal services al t xtTKD sTiTKa 1» c inr'iRxv or auiiicvl -
national good, and that is in choosing next four years.
If the people elect R. A. Emmitt to most intoleiable.
by an overwhelming vote a republican
WILLIS 8. DUNIWAY.
tvhk . roRKsr sravn k .
for United States Senator. Ik> other the office of County Judge, they will
S kcoxh . In making it ini|«>»»il le for
Roseburg, Or., May 3, IllUil.
wise and it will lie accepted by the na not need to s|ieeulate as to wliat policy introns of the office to seeuie jKisloffiee
Republican, Klamath bulls
GEORGE H. MERRYMAN.
tion as meaning that the people are he will adopt, or bv whom or what he boxes for their mail.
IS'ar Sir: Will you |»>riult me »|*cu
11. P. BELKNAP.
The people of
T hibd . On account of the inadequate’ in your ¡uqwr to »a, for the Iwnvtli of
against Roosevelt and his policy to will be influenced.
regulate the railroads, curb the trusts Klamath county know “Bob” Emmitt site of the present .piarteis. it makes it tlnise who arc ex|n<*ling to hike the
and give everyone a square deal. This and they can trust him, lie has prov difficult and inconvenient lor intron» to Civil Service examination, lor tlie |»>.|.
mt STV rrnoB
is the issue and it is this the republi en himself honorable. ca|mble and un secure their mail, compelling them Io tion of'*Forest Ranger,'' in 1». held at
R. A. EM MITT.
biased in the |>art and the confidence aland out of doors while watting in line, Roseburg. Oregon, May It. 1I>)>1, that
of Oregon are asked to vote on.
Therefore, let every man in Klamath the voters of hi* own party have in him, and
owing to tlie tact that the date of exam-
W iikhk »s, the lack of sufficient help i inatimi is chieo at hand, liny will im
county stand shoulder to shoulder with is shown from the fact that he was the
the President. Vote the Republican choice among five exceptionally strung cause« an uniiei-esaary delay in the dis mediately tile their a|>|>li<aliens with
L. ALVA LEWIS.
ticket straight. It is a duty that should and ea|iable men.
tribution of the mail after its receipt at iue, it they have not already fihsl with
not be shirked, because of any ]ietty
the office, and delivery after its distri the Commission at Washington, l>. C.
M. D. WILLIAMS.
grievance or dissatisfaction over the de
bution, making the service m<Mt in Application blank» can he secured by
What has the Republican party ilon» efficient ami unsatisfactory, and
applying to thia otlice. The examine
for Klamath county? It was this par-
W iikkkis . this same eoudition results lion will I»» along practical lir.ee, relet
tv that has increased the value of ev rry in the delivery w indow being closed at
mg to the varioos dnlivs irquiredol
acre of land in the county; it is this such times a.« the laboring class can
rangers. Any nian who wniikl
RELIGION |w»rty that tn-dav is expending $4,300,- Ixxit make application for money order«, iorest
like this c I hm of work, that is Itetwien,
000 on irrigation; it is the party that working an uuneves«ary hardship on
I the age of 21 ami 40 years, with a strong
Klamath county will owe its supremacy tbeur, and
healthy body, need not hesitate to take
It wa« to he expected that the Rev.
UiitKKis, the complaint ot patrons tli>a examination,
The nominee« of the Republican par John Griffith would get all of the to; and it is the party that is to carry
s, C. It vhtiivw .
this great irrigation enterprise to a suc has Iwvn e> general and numerous, cm- ,
ty, whose name« appear at the head of church vote in hie race for the County
cessful end. Surely the pro|*rty own bracing,
this page, are men who need no eulogy. Judgeship, but already trouble is brew
ers are not going to be so ungrateful a«
FiraT, Inability to promptly receive
They are old residents of the county, ing and this is now a matter of doubt.
to forget all this.
have been identified with it in time« of Those people who are supporting Mr.
B bcoxd , Retention of mail in |»>slof-
adversity and foremost in every move Griffith strictly on moral issues are le
Cattle at Auction.
tice for one or more days.
ment that promoted its welfare. They ginning to want to know if l>e is furnish
Sixty-five head of cattle, consisting of
T hird , Favoritism.
have been your neighbors and com ing money to be used in purchasing the
Fo kth . The Post master is not well
panions, and that you have had confi saloon vote. Is Mr. Griffith encourag 20 stwrs, 18 cows and 2H yearlingswill
dence in their integrity is evidenced by ing or countenancing the use of his be sold by me at public auction at Fort qualified for the increasing duties id the
the honors you have showered on them money in buying whiskey in order to Klamath on Tuesday.May 15.at 10 office, heing very slow in handling mail
and not very attentive to thv work. Kur- ,
in the past.
secure the support of the saloons?
o'clock a. m.
For the first time in the political hie-
Of course, it is not to be expected that
Admr. Daniel ('runemiller's Est. lhermorv, his hraring is so detective
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
f>.p .’re' best till ibl. I in«l will ill conv
under (i >\ei ninciit irru’.itien.
’ ¡« kk I
IbUibcs and bains; nearly .¡II ftnied.
C< hx / bearing orchard; fine spring and wells;
large lot of this land under cultivation.
miles from Klam ith Falls.
Per acre $24.
IGO acres finest grain ami orchard hind in
Eight miles from Klamath Falls.
Some improt emeiits. linnie<|iiitt* posses
sion. Almost nil under irrigation system.
Special Bargain. fhrr acre. $22.50.
60 good /<»/s in First Addition to Klamath Falls-
per lot, $50 to $125
Special City bargain—Now one story five
room frame house eveeptionallv well built.
\ -nap, $1325
3_’O ttort's near Hopkins triiet, very choice
litiul in lots to suit oiistoiner. S|M*uiul Imr-
gaiii. Per acre $25
Section of choice timber land in T|> 3N
South, Hauge 13 East. Per acre $10
Several parcel» of best tule land. |»T<Ost bed of pec<;
w hrnjectatmed will be moat valuable land la Klamath
County, per acre Sis.50 to $15
A numtarr of large a’oek ran.hr» and two general
mrrvhandlae atores with complete stock» for sale.
liciterai Kral I «lais Uualnra.« Tramai tad. Buildings
Rented. Insurance Written In the ileal Companies
T. w. sn-PHi-NS, Opposite Masonic Hall
firown Leghorn Chicken Ranch
Klamath Falls, Orgon
Choice f:ggs For
A few Ai Brown Leghorn Cockerels for sale
Horning & Casey
Have all kinds of farm propurty, improved
and unimproved, ranging from fifteen to
seventy-five dollars per acre.
Ha r -tre chiice town property chemi, also have some Business
L'ds and some Fine Timber Claims.
HE7L ESTATE AND NOTARY PUBLIC
BUENA VISTA ADDITION
To Klamath Falls, Oregon
HE PLAT OF THIS BEAUTIFUL ADDITION will be redy soon.
and lots therein will be placed on the market
I'he tract coin
prises 530 acres, adjoins Klamath Falls on the north and west
and borders on Link River and Upper Klamath Lake for two miles.
From this addition can be seen the grandest panorama on the Pacific
coast, comprising Lake, River, valley, hill, mountain and snow
capped peaks, blend into an harmonious picture of unequalled
beauty and magnificence.
Boulevards and Streets are now being graded, and these will be lined with shade trees.
on the Electric Street Railway is now Under Way.
4 complete sewerage system will be put m.
The entire cut of the Odessa sawmill has been purchased, and those building in
Buena Vista Addition this summer will have first call on the output of this mill.
Plans for a
are now being prepared, and construction will begin this summer.
will be lo
cated on one of the most picturesque spots in the addition and will be surrounded by park.
If you want a Home in the most beautiful section of Klamath county, buy a lot in the Bunena Vista Addition.
If you want to live where you will be surrounded with beautiful homes,
If you want to live on the
If you are looking for
street car line
Next door Postoffice.
’ » '
buy a lot
then have your home in the
that will yield returns,
Buena Vista Addition.
Buena Vista Addition.
purchase property in
Buena Vista Addition.
Klamath Canal Company