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KLAM A TH REPUBLICA N ! f
B. J. MURRAY. Editor.
A SERIOUS MENACE
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON. $
TWO DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE
Klamath Falls, Ore., Thursday, May 34.1906
«vrrri» statk » six .«row
FBED W. MULKEY.
Win» st »yrs « kxä T on
JONATHAN BOURNE JR.
WILLIS C. HAWLEY.
ÄKVRKTARY OF RTITE
FRANK W. llENSoX.
GEORGE A. STEEL.
ar it . ifBi.K-txtrnrecriox
J. If. ACKERMAN.
A. M. CRAWFORD.
WILLIS 8. DUNIWAY.
6EORGE H. MERRYMAN.
H. P. BELKNAP.
K. A. EMMITT.
Vote tbe airtight republican ticket.
If you waut the right kind of an ad*
»inlatration, then vote for Kmmitt and
Thia ia a bad time for the taxpayer«
•i Klamath county to try an experi
ment. Who they need a« county judge
ir a man whom they know and whose
past record aa a public official «hows
him to be safe and sound on questions
affecting their interests. Such a man is
C. D. WILLSON
The republicans of this district arc
fortunate that they will bare as a rep-
resentative in the lower house of the
state legislature Ih-. Georgs Merrvman.
He i* a man of brains and ability, and
will not permit himself to lie made sj
listlof by any legislative ring. It will
he this independence that will make
him a factor in tbe legislature. During
his reswlenee in Ibis county be has
proven himself to 1« a man of sincerity, j
and Ironeety and ban won a host of,
fries«!» by his unselfishness and loyalty.
Politically, he has always been a rock- (
ribled republican, identified always
with every movement that would pro
mote the harmony of the party and it»
He has ever kept him
self free from factional alliances and
in his canvass for votes can command
the hearty support of every voter in I
W. c. HAWLEY
The republican voters of this city had
an opportunity this week of heai ing W.
C. Hawley, the republican nominee for
Congress, declare himself on the live
issues of the day. They heard a man of
conviction ! There was no equivocation,
but a square, honest, unvarnished dec
laration of principles, and no individual
who heard him can doubt but that when
he takes his seat in the House of Repre
sentative« this district will have a rep-
. - in • fact as well
.. as . in name, I
ft will have a man who will work for
its interests, who will be in harmony <
with the president and who will at all
times consider himself the servant of
the people and not their dictator.
One point referred to by Mr. Hawley
and which this paper has tried to im
press on its readers is this: Klamath
county needs much from the govern
ment, and the logical person to secure
for it the proper recognition is a mem-
her of the party in power. The voters
should rememlier this on June 4. No
iuan who is desirous of seeing the Klam
ath project completed without delay
should fail to vote for W. C. Haw lev,
Fred Mulkej- and Jonathan Bourne, Jr.
Remember, that we must get our money
from a republican administration, that
these men are members of that party
and that they can best secure that
which Klamath county must have.
H. W. STRAW, Proprietor
THE BLACK 4-YEAR-OLD
will make the season of 190f>, opening May 1st and closing August l«t
THE HORTON RANCH
Terms |12.St) per season, due August 1st, IMM, insurance $20 due when
satisfied mares are with foal. Said Stallion will 1« handled by Jack
Horton. Good pasture for mare« at the rate of $1 per head per month.
Will not be responsible for accidents.
•'This district will have much to usk nt
congress. It has a great entri,»ri»«« now
in course of constrnrthm, the rights of
which most ls< sale «nailed from at
tempts tn divert the liimls needvil lor
its cswnpislhm, so that when the money
now In hand la eihniisltsl there Mill he
more in iak<* its place. This walk can
liest Im ilous l»v republicans, lor it is
Iroin a republican aduiiiiisiration that
this iniisl ionic. It llu h (on. behooVM
every man in this county who Is desir-
oils of «eving llus til vat work eairled Io
completion, Million! <h>lny or lihnlrauce,
to Vote lor the men mi th«' republican
ticket. Fred W. Mulkey and Jonathan
Bourne. Jr., are the men you uersl in
the senate. Vote (or them. One (act
will show you tlm necessity (or ailcll
action. There is Is-fore congress now a
bill to divert from the reclamation (mid
$1 .iXkl.tXK) Io lie used in reclaiming
swamp lands in Smith Dakota, a stale
that has not contributed a dollar tn this
fund. Let me tell you that it this bill ;
passes it Mill o | m > u thedoor (or addition- >
al legislation of this kind, and Mill de-'
piete tlii» (mid to such an extent as to
seriously jeopardise many of the gn at
irrigation enterprises. I cite thia one ,l
instance out of the many, to show yon i
| the necessity of rvpiibln an represent« '
I fives, for it is only through them Mill 1
you Im aide to have your rights pre
I served, for their inttiienvv will tie more
|siwer(ul than that of a democrat.” Ex
tract from the speech «J W. C, Hawley, I
i delivered in Klamath Falls May 31.
The voters of this conntv will do well
j to ¡Kinder over the alxive remark» ol j
Mr. IlawIvy. Every man knows that
lie has only the ls-st interests of every I.
portion o( thin district at heart. Ili»;.
election 1» assured, and il there were no 1
foundation for his words of earning, lie i *
Mould not utter them. The very life ol ! (
this county depends upon the |>rom,it, [ (
uninterrupted completion ol the Kl im- ,
atli Project. There has'« Inrcn many at- I
tempts to divert the reclamation funds i i
into other cl annels. and the one re- .
(erred to by Mr. Ilan lev has liven par- '
tially successful. J( South Dakota w ins I
its point in this matter, there are many (
other state», particularly the south, |
that will make similar demand*. Only!
i one or two need be successful to cripple
the Reclamation Service, and mo are
among the ones who will siiffcr thereby
The menace is such a serious one that it
demands the car«(u| consideration ol
every voter, and if it is weights! in its'
prtqier light will result in every vote in
this county living cast for Mulkey, I
Bourne and Han lev. Ills not a ques
tion of party victory, ol personal spleen,
of the siux'e»» of one candidate slid the
delest of another. It is Solely and wholly
a question of whether we semi to Wash
ington men whose intl'ienrv will Iw the
J greatest in behalf of this county.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
640 acres best tillable land, will all come
under Government irrigation.
houses and Kirns; nearly all fenced.
Good bearing orchard; Uno spring and wells;
large ht of this land under cuHiration.
miles from Klamath Falls
Per acre 924
Eighty acres <>i choice him1 under pres-
cut irrigation HVMtem; liiulv-hve »»ere*
in nlfnlfH, nil fenced. A very good buy
at ^10 per nero.
A very choice quarter norlion of fin!
mi ” o hrunh luml in Hutto Cn>ek valley.
7 Í *
320 acron of clioieent land in township
•10 South llunge 0 Eusl. Price $27 per
V Í3 *
W 0 0
5 * u,
320 Here* neur Hopkins tract, very choice
Inml in lots tomtit cuvtomer. Sp«>eial bar*
gain. Per acre $25
60 qood lots in First Addition to Klamath Falls,
per lot. 550 to 5125
Special (’¡tv bargain—New one ntorv five
room frame house etceptionully well built.
A miap, $1325
S«. .rsl panels of brst tule land, perfavt . bed of pwl;
when revlalni.d will ba moil isluabl. land la Klamath
County, per a.ra Sta.go to Si,
General Real l-state Business Transacted. Buildings
Rented. Insurance Written In th. Ileal Companies.
A number of large stock ranches for sale.
T. w. STEPHENS,
Opposite Masoric Hall
Brown Leghorn Chicken Ranch
Klamath Falls. Orgon
Choice Eggs For Sale
A few Ai Brown Leghorn Cockerels for sale
HENRY & HAMILTON, Prop’s
Horning & Casey
Have all kinds of farm property, improved
and unimproved, ranging from fifteen to
seventy-live dollars per acre.
Hare some choice tonn property cheao, also hare some Business
Lots and some Fine Timber Claims.
REAL ESTATE AND NOTARY PUBLIC
BUENA VISTA ADDITION
To Klamath Palls, Oregon
HE PLAT OF THIS BEAUTIFUL ADDITION will be ready soon,
and lots therein will be placed on the market. The tract com
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.
Buena Vista Addition
Plans for a
will be put m.
The entire cut of the Odessa sawmill has been purchased, and those building in
this summer will hare
on the output of this mill.
are now being prepared, and construction will begin this summer.
This hostelry 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,
If you want to lire where you will be surrounded with beautiful homes,
If you want to lire on the
If you are looking for
street car line
Next door Postoffice.
buy a lot
then hare your home in the
that will yield returns,
buy a lot //» the Bunena Vista Addition.
Buena Vista Addition.
Buena Vista Addition.
purchase property //»
Buena Vista Addition.
Klamath Canal Company J