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KLAM A TH REPUBLICAN
E. J. MURRAY. Editor.
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
TWO DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
Klamath Falls. Or., Thursday. August 93, 1906.
Clean Cut Cutlery
and Edged Tools
Mi» Tolu Michael is once* luor» at
home with her new baby, ami both an*
»ell and hearty. Mr» Geo Smyth, her
mother, haa been helping her to care tor
the little youngster
Bae terming ists oi renown, it is Mid,
have recently cua» to the ctmeliwiou
that the genua deriuaeentur, commonly
known a» the »age lick, doe. not carry
the germ oi spotted lexer
tants of the sagebrush country can now
They say that it is the
gopher that i» the guilty parasite pur
veyor. If it ha.1 turned out that every
body who was bitten by a »agetick »a»
certain to have an attack of »potted
fever thia country would soon tie decim
ated. What a blessing it is that these
learned seientista have thus relieved the
public mind. The bite of the sagvtick
is painful euough without any lustin
let us live ill hopes that
the learned doctor» will uot change their
iniuds later on.
Peninsular and Imperial
Finest Line of
In the City
r BESI EQUIPPED HOTEL 11 IM 0RE60W
M rs . m . M c M illan , Prop’r.
73 rooms and suites.
Sample Rooms. Bar Room. Parlors, Two Club
Rooms, Etc., Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
The infant sou ot Mr. and Mr» Key
Pool, died last Friday evening, of sum
mer complaint after a brief illness The
burial took place last Sunday, the in
terment at Houansa cemetery. A large
number of friends expressed their sym
pathy for the bereaved parents by
attending ths funeral.
Ths citiaeus ol Klamath Falls and
■iirroumliug country liars ths chain's to
secure » hus high grade portrait work
by Charles Kedimuid th» well known
I'urtlaud artist who has mads arrange
mania with J. W. Toll man the photo
giapher here, whereby anyone desiring
portraits, scenic views, sic , enlarged
BUESING A. BENNETT, PROP 'S.
can do so and al file lowest poesilds
price. Mr. Redmond's experience ex
First-Class Livery. Anything ir<»in .1 saJiHe I ighc to
lends oye 1 a uuuitwr ,4 years and hl»
4-in-lund. Parties conveyed to all points in South
work haa lieeu favorably know ti through
out the Vuited Rials», many orders
ern Ortyon and Northern California: also to t.iv«»tite
havmg lieen sent Iinu as a result ol work
camping, hunting and fishing grounds.
dons at tbs I swis aud Clark exposition
last year where he spent a considerable
leugtliof lime iu reproducing m color the
l*»autiful scenic effects ol Uie Fair.
Thia work is i4 the highest character
«• n «I trenti nitfi h> frtiÿhlfrt. Ibum
ami you will lie glad to pay him a visit
bj/lhfiiii t /fay Ay (A* A«i/< «*r h*H* /*A«» h » V'I ih H
and inspect Ins work. We congratulate
lioth Mr Redmond and Mr. Tollman on
the mutual arrangements they have
made to do the work livre and we leal
sure that Klamath Fall» people appre
etale as much as anyone th» class ol
I Iv < > '1'
work they do, and will show by their
iuteresl in line mailer that art is nol
On the Melliase place eight nines south ol Klamath
neglected in thia community ami that
will be in service every l uesd.iv, Ihursd.ix and Sat
ws need not go to ths centers <4 the
urday tor the next three months. Males will Is- pastured.
effete Fast in order to enjoy art aud
lieauly in our homes. May this appre
No liability tor damages. Charges #10 Im season.
elation of Mr. Kedmoud's work be
read by all who are heart and soul with
us in making Klaiualli Falls ami her
homes (daces id lieauly aud cviulurl
You are cordially invited lo call within
Are you contemplating the pur.-hs»«*
ths next lew .lays and luspecl las work id a gasoline launch? It so, see I'vlloid
Olir I? »Il« m * IltHiHh i tirili, mi«* «l»"»
A S>n. They make them right here nil
I der your eyes sud guarantee them, loo. IlMrrt W . tfiMnl Willlkllltf pbttt unii Imi
Whsnsver you waul Irelglil from the ¡'lie price is flic lowest in the country. r«»W . I lirr« Mir pmetn ullt livu
tiliv llill« h tu« , firwli »«Mtn ; liutlir»», Mini
railroad send an order to Jas. It Moore Give them s vail.
hiiiiM'linlil kimm I n .
('ufi nini ruunin**.
al IXikegama ami you wlU get vour
Will m I i « i y«mr <»wti titfiitr.
liHl\l II tHMlroN .
ami one Welder piano Inquireid II E Tu«» miti ihrw ImirlhM imi««» Minili ru-t
u| Io« n on I ukrvirw r«*Mil.
Buy a horns m South Klauiatli Falls.
I <>k SAI li
For a horns see I.. Jacoba.
Horses Boarded by the Wee
Frank Cutter, the engineer at ths
Bald Mountain sawmill, was s Dairy
visitor last Saturday.
John thick work of Lakeview, enroute
home from *u easleru tour, »topped
over Sunday for a visit w ilh friend» m
Judgment by default, with coats, was
A newspaper report has it that D. K
rendered in the suit of replev in brought
Connor and wife have gone north on a
in Justice Sherman's court by J M
visit The fact is, Mr and Mr». Connor
Anderson vs. W. M. Thompson
are at home in the midst of a big harvest
F. A. Cutler and family have gone to
Mrs Eunl Flack us was taken quite
Tacoma for the summer. Before leaving sick one day last week, but has grown
here Mr. Cutler sold his crop of rye to better aim-« l>r. Johnsou was in atten
Hank O'Brien, who is nothing if not
There is no mistaking the fact that
enterprising, has purchased a header, business is brisk iu Ihury thia summer
and is enterlug ou a campaign of gram The merchants are figuring close to the
For Hale —390 acres good farming lami
heading The fact that the big crop of profit line and are coutsnt with a fair
grain lias ripened uuually fast under the profit above coat. Ami the people of all Iwo miles dus Weal ol Klaiualli Falls al
hot rays of the sun of the last four week» the region round aluut are fast finding «15 per acre. Also my home ranch al
makes it necessary for many farmer» it out. No set of uien have been quicker Ksno, Oregon. K. A. Knimilt. if
to head much of their grain iustewd of to learn the advantages of tradiug in
cutting it for hay, as the only means of l>airy than the Klalnalh Indians on
saving it, insure» Hank a big job for the Sprague river. There is hardly a day
that some of the dusky native sons are
Mr. and Mrs. Kislev, the tevivalists, n >t in Dairy trading. They are careful
Wednesday evening of but week began buyer», and are cash customer», whose
the holding of a serie» of meeting» for trade is well worth having. A village
Ashland • Oregon
the capture of tire sinner» of Dairy and whose merchants sell ou tlie principle
vicinity. The fact that these people had of a fair profit is a great benefit to the
This umtilutiou it thorouglily
beeu successful iu capturing many of the people of the surrounding country.
with t«uk officre, au«l
all appliance« ol a thorough up
strongest and most influential uieu and Dairy is rapidly becoming the beat trad
women at Bouauxa excited the curiosity ! ing center in the cwuuty -outside of
K«rh ffludtnl la laugbl ladlvlduallp
of the subscriber to understand the seen t Klamath Falls.
Our graduata« ara employed and mure
of their power, and he attended uncut,
A special school meetmg his lieen
demanded The eapenee la the UrweaC
and advantages ma Ibr heel
their meetings for the pur|mee i4 study called of the qualified voter» of I fairy
Noie <hir H pre ml offer
ing their methods ami manner. He School District tor Saturday, September
Mud ente who enter he pie ui her < and
fouud them to lie a pair of hearty, un I, liegmnmg at noon ami lasting until 4
arcure a nine month» arbularahlp tor
pretentious people, clean ami neat in o'clock p m.. to act on the prop > iti >n
will be entitled to attend to July 1.
appearance, entirely wrapped up in their to Vote bouds to the amount of |l ,.VA) I
work, enthusiastic to a fault, taking it for the erectiou of a hew schoo house
f ir granted that every one whom they It is expected that the prupoaiti >u will ’
inert is anxious to iH-cure salvatiori on carry, as there seems to be little opposi
the wouient, and eager to escape the re tion to the measure
sults ol their course of sin and lolly of
their |iast lives They carry an organ
with them, both are good smgvr» and
sing with an unction that amounts to
Their meeting» are opened
with a song service that awakens interval
ami the hearty co operation of their
auditor», ami easily puts them m accord
with the purpose of the meeting They
have easy graceful manner», use good
gestures, ami are Umi.Highly at home in
An Opportunity For You
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. TO REPUBLICANS:
We are animus to haiv every Re
publican in ilose touili, and wink
ing in harmony with the Repuiduan
National Coiigrr-noii.il l oriiiiiith-v in
favor ol the election of a Rr publnan
The t’ongrr-aaioiial campaign must
be baaed on the adminiMrative and
legislative record ol the party, and,
that being so. Theodore Roosevelt a
personality must I k - a central figure
and his achievements a central
thought in the campaign.
We desire to maintain the work of
this campaign with popular at>b»crip-
tions oft >n<- Ihillar each Irotn Repub
licans. To each su I mh ntier we will
send the Republican National Cam
paign Text H-s.k and all documents
issued by the Committee.
Help u* achieve a great victory.
Jxnts S. SnrsMcN, ( hairuian.
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To acquire riches if you start right.
Here is the way t
Buy' one or more lots in the Hot Springs addition
to Klamath Falls.
The investment if a few hun-
dred dollars NOW means a profit of thousands in a
Hot Springs addition is in the heart
the city of
Klamath Falls, whose population will be 25000