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K LAM A TH REPLBL1CAX
-a • J. MURRAY, Editor
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Fort Klamath ia located in the
northern |>art of Klamath county,
and i» in the center of what ia recog
nized aa the Switzerland of America.
In close proximity to Crater Lake and
surrounded by the greatest natural
aud scenic wonders on the continent,
it will, within a few years, be one of
the greatest tourist resorts on the
Rev. Grafioua will hold services here
Sunday morning, April 21.
Walter Simpson left for the coast last
While this great hue and cry is being
week. He will go from there to Alaska.
raised about procuring the services of
Bonanza is situated in the south
W. Shive of Klamath Falls is hiving
efficient city officials, it is well to stop eastern part of the county, ami so
and consider the qualifications of the located as to command the trade of out lots oq his pnqierty here. Mr.
candidate for the minor offices. They three of the largest valleys of the Henry is assisting him,
are just as ini]>ortant as those higher Klamath Project. Largest springs in
Messrs. Clark. Prideaux and Frizzle,
up. They are a cog in the wheel, and if the county are there. Fine school. traveling salesmen, were in town «up-
it is im]H‘iie t the whole machine of Is growing rapidly and w ill be a plying the merchants.
city government must l»e out of gear. large city. liar telephone connec
Richard Melha-e went
Among the candidates who are seeking tions. Will soon have water works Falls to load grain on the
the favor of the votes of the city is Wil and electric lights. Population 350. livered at the Agency landing.
liam Wagner. He is a young man emi
Mis- Annie Applegati had to dismiss
nently well qualified for the office of
last Friday on account of an at
Recorder. It is the first time he has
tack oi the grip, but was on dut\ Mon
ever asked anything from the hands of
the voters and he is fully entitles! to the
The new Ilessig store is uluiost Com
honor he seeks. He istyrt an inveterate
pleted. It will be quite an improve
place hunter. He has not i'el at the
It is to be sincerely hope<l that the ment and will have a capacity for a
public trough so long that tie considers
it incumbent on the people of this few noisy pesterferous persons w ho have large stock of goods.
County to pension him in office, lie been howling about “fraud, ¿raft and
The building known as ¿the China
will not feel that be has a patent right extravagance,” amnt the Reclamation iiQU.v lias been remodeled in many
on the office if he is elected, but will i Service and Water User’s As.sociation, waysand painted. C. E. Hoyt is fit
strive to serve the people who are his will have the grace to keep still here ting it for a rooming place apart from
master. He will devote his time to the after. Not one of them even chirruped his hotel, and as it is near the hotel it
duties he is engaged and paid for. He will at any of their meetings held at the will l>e quite convenient.
be in his office when you want to do Falls, about graft or fraud. There was
The Messrs. Browns, at Crystal, have
business with him. You will not have plenty of opportunity to make good finished their scow ami loaded it with
to hunt for him with a fine-tooth comb. their charges, end their failure to pre wood for Klamath Falls. They had in
Mr. Wagner’s record is a clean one, sent these charges convicts them of both tended having it towed to the Falls,
and, like Caesar’s wife, is above suspi slander and cowardice.
but on account of the steamer being de
cion, He is a young man who will lend
The Bank of Bonanza is in full run- layed they rigged sails and started.
dignity to an office, the importance of I ning^vrder with II. L. Holgate cashier
Jas. Wheeler returned Sunday from
which is growing every day. As yet in charge. The officials are highly
his trapping trip. This was his last
there is ho candidate in the field pleased with the opening business which
against him, but should one make his greatly exceeded their expectations. trip and he says he bad a very hard
appearance, we urge the voters to bear The bank has attractive and convenient time of it, as he was sick almost all the
in mind the facts above set forth. Do quarters in a building in Bowne addi- time and alone at that. However, be
brought some fine [•elts home with him.
not listen to any specious plea, but
The Chamlter of Commerce met in
place the office on the plane where it
special session Saturday night and made
belongs—that of civic honegty and
all necessary arrangements for enter
efficiency. The day of pensions is past.
taining those accompanying the Buena
What this city wants and must have
Vista. A Board of this kind is the
are officials who will do their sworn
making of this community or any other
duty, make an honest effort to do the
community. These men have made
work they are paid for. This and noth
every effort to develop Wood River val
ing less will satisfy the citizens of Klam
ley, and their persistence is beginning
ath Falls in the future.
to l>ear evidence of success.
The following rule will at all times in '
Keno is situated tn the Southern
the future govern all communications
[•art of Klamath County, on the
sent to this paper for publication: The
Klamath river, at the terminus of
narneof the w riter must be signed there
navigation. Two steamers land here;
to, with the distinct understanding that ‘
mail, express and passenger* are
it will appear in print. Heretofore we 1
transferred from the stage to the
have published letters from people over
boat at this [sunt. Adjoining Keno
a nom de plume, when the name of the
on the west is a large licit of timlier,
w riter was known to the editor. This
and on the ea-t is a large body of
rule will not, however, be followed in
marsh lands. Near Keno, on the
the future. Any person who wishes to
river, is*itumense water power. Tele
II. L. IIOI.G a TE
give publicity to his opinions through
phone connections with i.ll [iarts of
Cashier of Bonanza's first Bank, which the
country. Ha- a good school, tw»
the columns of the Republican is wel
opened for business Thursday
stores and two saw mill".
come to do so, but he must sign his
name to his article and that name will
The roads are getting good again.
tion, remodeled for the purpose. The
be published therewith.
stockholders of the institution are : Alex
Ftock is doing well on tin' range.
Any article submitted for publication
Martin, Jr.. D. V. Kuykendall, Jacob
Rev. Dunlap preached in the hall last
will be subject to refusal if it contain!*
Rueck, Roy Hamaker, Frank Ira Sunday.
pereonal abuse of anyone: if it (contains
White, W, C. Dalton and II. L. Hol
misstatements or is w ritten for the pur-1
John Cole, after having been away all
gate. The officers are: Alex Martin, Jr.,
pose of promoting any illigitimate or1
has again returned.
President; Jacob Rueck, Vice-President;
unlawful scheme. It must not exceed 1
Miss Nellie Doten has gone to Yreka,
one-half column in length and must be ' H. L. Holgate, Cashier. The capital and has taken up her aliode there.
stock of the bank is |5o,00o.
The Long Lake Lumber Co. has over
The town council and A. D. Harpold
feet of logs cut for the Keno saw
have come to an agreement over the
The Bonanza Bulletin makes a sensi
terms of the franchise and contract for mill.
ble suggestion in its last issue, relative water and electric lights. Mr Harpold
Wesley Cole has sold his ranch to Mr.,
to supporting the Roard of Directors of
is now convinced that the contention of Towers. The consideration has not l>een
the Water Users Association, making a
Mr. Holgate, the town’s attorney, that made public.
special appeal to the newspapers of the
the council has no power to grant an
Mrs. Spencer, who had a stroke of pa
County. It suggests that the papers
exclusive franchise, is correct, and he ralysis sometime ago, has gone to Ash
can devote their time and space to bet-
asks only for an ordinary franchise. land. She is gaining her usual strength.
ther purpose than maligning the Board,
Under the proposed terms, agreed to
McIntire and son were in Keno look
and urges that instead of petty fault
by Mr. Harpold, the town will receive a ing after their freight stock and other
finding that the meritsand advantages
percentage of the net profits of the sys interests. They expressed themselves
of this County be set forth. The Re
tem. Mr. Harpold is anxious to have as going to make some improvements in
publican heartily endorses the senti
the lights installed by the 4th of July.
Keno in the near future.
ments. It made this suggestion a long
At the regular stockholders meeting
while ago, but at that time the Bulletin
had on a different pair of specs. We are of the I^ngell Valley Telephone com
glad to see, however, that it is getting pany held here Saturday, the following
“promotion religion,” and hopes that it directors were elected for the ensuing
w ill lie many a day before that publica year: F. W. Broadsword, W. H. Pankey.
Mrs. Sarah E. Khune, of this place,
tion will lie classed among the back- F. P.Grohs, Geo. R. Hurn and B. h.
* sliders. Few people think alike, and Grigsby. The directors elected the fol mother of Mrs. D. F. Driscoll, this week
difference of opinion is always a good lowing officers : President, F. W. Broads received a letter from her son Harry
thing, but it should not take on that word; Vice-President, Geo. R. Hurn; Mann, of Chemawa, in which he telle
shade of color that will bias judgment Secretary, H. L. Holgate; Treasurer, of his daughter Norah being chosen to
and induce personal abuse. The criti II. L. Holgate. All phones will be re represent Marion County in the Eques
cism of the last Board of Directors was quired to pay in advance a message trian contest at the Jamestown Exposi
based on misunderstanding of the true charge oi !'• per year, and all phones de tion. Miss Mann was born in Klamath
conditions. The fallacy of the conclu linquent May 1, will l>e disconnected County and is 18 years old. Her moth
sions reached by some has been seen, from the main line. This action will er was the daughter of James Barkley,
and we trust that it w ill result in the put the finances of the company in good one of the pioneers of Klamath County.
following of the course suggested by the condition and w ill result in the making Thue we have Klamath in the Exposi
Bulletin—honesty of purpose. If at of needed improvements and a decided tion in another phase of advertisement
i, e. that of horsemanship.
any time anyone has any fault to find, betterment of the service.
do not liegin kicking until you know
whether you are right or not. Go to
headquarters and learn all the facts
The old Whitelake bank safe was tak
connected with the subject. Then if
en out of the bank here Wednesday and
you find you have a kick coming get i A brown mare, weight about 900 lbs., hauled to Bonanza by Rodman prepara-’
down to business and kick hard. But branded 7 on left stifle, other brands tory to opening up the bank there.
it is a safe bet that if all the facts are unknown very dim, mane worn by col
E. F. Rosecranse circulated a petition
ascertained there will not be a kick lar. Reward for information.
got many signers refuting charges
H. M. MITCHELL,
made during the next twelve months.
made against him in a letter written by ■
Phone 453. Klamath Falls.
I County Judge Griffith. The letter was
written as the answer to a bill sent the
All kinds of finest perfumes at New
som A Underwood.
160 «crea choice farming land, 80 County Court by Mrs. Cannon tor ex-
per acre, pense of keeping Rosecranse when he
120 acres all under ditch, fine soil, acres fenced, small house,
eight miles from Klamath Falls, 118.50 four miles from Merrill. E. E. Fitch, was sick. It applies such epithets a<
“bum” and “fraud” to Rosecranse an<11
per acre. E. E. Fitch, Merrill. 4-l)-4t Merrill.
advises the people of Merrill to run him
out of town. Now this is going it pretty
strong, and a man as high up as the
t’ountv .1 nJge should I«' a little more
careful of charges of thia nature in black
ami white. Roaecranee has his faults
but those who know him say that it
there is a man in the County who de
serves County aid it is thia man. To
see him is to know that lie ia not able
to do a day's work. The Record lie-
lievee in giving a dog his dues ami while
Roaecrans has not always been an ideal
light there are worse “bums" and
••frauds" right in Merrill titan “Old
Merrill ia to have a city ball ami en
ginehouse. Thia was decided ii | hui at
the meeting of the city dads Saturday
night. Tuesday the dads met again ami
prepared the plana and a|H-citleations
for the building. These call for a wood
en structure 24x21, two stories high.
The first floor is to l*e arranged for an
engine hall with a sleeping room for the
night watchman and the second tloor
will be a city hall, A la'll tower will la*
placed on top for the receptiou of the
100 pound fire ladl recently purcha-eil
by ttie city.
Marshal F. 1*. Mate's engines f< i lus
gasoline launch are on the road and will
arrive in a few «lays. He has received
wold of their arrival in Thrall am! is ex
pecting them here in a few days.
[Lake view II era hl]
O. T. McKendree bought 2iak> head <•(
sheep from James Barry last week, and
went to Merrill to see the sheep bvlong-
ing to J. 1*. Harter, numliering alamt
2500 head. Mr. McKendree expects to
buy a couple of other bands. The sheep
are living Ismglit for a local sheepman,
whose name we are not privHedged to
mention at this time.
Animals at Play.
vacali! land oli thè sonili and thè Minili-
Animals huve a keen sen»» of “mak
vitato! thè town site, which luis Le vii
set alide for thè use ed stock yard», ing believe." which Is the essence of
slieds and loadmg |>ens. Mini ino l'ow.v play. A child's first game is bopeep -
make believe. U li'll a couple of dogs
have a Jolly tussle they make lielleye
to engage hi deadly combat. A atrlk
Ing lustauce of this occurred to a writ
er sonic years buck. He gave a dead
Notice ia hereby givvn tliat thè Colin mouse to a kitten. It was the first
time she bail . .... one, ami »he sniffed
ty Court ol Klamath County. Oregon, at It Impilsltlvoly liefore deciding to
w ili rv< vive sealed bida tortile delivery toss It about. A pair of allppors lay
of wood as follows;
on the floor Him drop|>e<l ......... muse
75 corda of 4-(oot w < hm I cut (ioni green Into oue of them ami Immediately pro
timlier; salii wood tu la* delivered al reeded Io look for It most zealously In
thè High bcliool ground» ami neatly the other slipper till I took up the
first, which contained her booty. Then
25 cord»of 16-ineli pine wo*»l lo l*e cut she showed that It was no real lack of
from green tini ber and delivered, ami memory that had sent her on the l>oot-
neatly cordisi in thè County w*»»! slnsl less search.
at thè Court House yard.
The W.»t End.
All of thè alsive wood lo I h - thoroiigh-
MTi) 1» It that In m *at of the cities
ly seasoiivd ami delivered at tliv placca ' of the world fashion nulkes Its home
naineil imi later timo Ncptcmlier l»t, I In the northwestern quarter? Why 1»
it th.it tho "west end" 1» »<» often tin*
Ten |»'r cent of bld mils!I necompnny aristocratic section of th«- city and
aiime, th** < Olli t reserving tin- tight to "<• i«t aide'' nnil "south side" so often
r«'jo*'t any >>r nil bide. 1 lids will Im th*' r*'sl<l.liee of the poorer <la«»e»?
opened at thè régulai May term 11X>7. ' It Is a fact, and there Is a ruling cause
for it. la It th!» tint tlm p-waillug
of sai«! <'ouit
winds of th*' *111111 are notth*v*-»teily ?
By order , f th.- County Court :
They are In general i.ortlnv. .turly, and
GEO. ( HAST UN.
their teudem-y 1« to blow th** dust,
amok** and valors of a *-tiy to it» east
eru <>r southern * de Th ■* makes tlm
All kinds of wagon-making and re- opposite quarter tlm mor*' desirable for
pairing done at tin Midway blacksmith
shop. All work guarantee*!.
ASHLAND IRON WORKS
Rough on tho Kirk Rato.
It was a young Scot's first sermon
after lie received his license, aud un
fortunately he became very nervous,
lost control of his voice and s|>oko very
loudly Indeed. Nearly all Ills friends
Went to hear him preach, but one who
was unable to atteud luqulred at the
first optxirtunlty a* to how he g >t on.
No Additions to Midland “I’ll tell ye oue thing." was th" can
did reply, "It's many a day s nee ths I
For the assurance of purchasers of lots mts In B rulton kl-k got such ii fr.ght’"
in the town ol Mid lam I, as well as to
furnish information to people interested —Dundee Advertiser.
in lands in or near to Midland, which
purchasers or owners of land might l>e
affected by the reports to effect that
“Now that you've gone to house
several additions would l>e made to Mid keeping, which rules, you or your
land, we take this method of stating n |
that there will l>e no additions to Mid
"Neither of us. W<* have a provision- .
land for some years. We can give this
assurance, for the reason that we own al goveminent."
"What Is that*’
land on all stiles of the town site, all of
“The cook's "—Baltimore American.
which will l*e kept vacant, except the
It’s JESSE MOORE.
The Rest l>y Jar’*,-.
ENGINEERS. FOUNDERS and
General Job Work
r and Work»
H< linan Ml atid H I* Il K
Manufacturers uf Pneumetk Havkin« I n*
glne. Saw Mill«. Architectural Iron M orh.
Iron, lira«« and llronge Catting«
E«t!mat<'« fttrttUhrd Order« |»rotn|>ll)r filled
The man who serves the
goods to the consumer is a
good judge of the Popular
Jesse Moore Whii
Is What’s Wanted
ON SALE AT ALL FIRST CLASS PLACES
Anv'ine enndlng n »krt« h and drprrii.f i<*n may
qtib kl, Mgrwttnm nur <<|>it>i<*n fr»« wirr»her an
Intention i« (•robahly
»bin < nnnunlea*
tloiui«trietlr < >h8deiitlaL HANDbOQK
agastif y f*>r •»•«•urina |H»i«’iit«.
|*Alrrt(« takrri |hr<Mi«ti Munit A tu. Fe« vltt
gj»r Ml n
enhouC cherge. lu the
A hendeomely lllitefreird wnrkly
euUtlofi r f enr •< letitin«* !-'Urn»l
1 wrnie. A.1 a
y «*nr : f -ur n»«»i>tba, |L Hold bjall neweticelera.
MUNN & Co.30”'«—" New York
lSrau« h Offlce. ¿25 F
w Farm Eands*
Merrill Town Lots
We own very desirable land in small
tracts adjoining the town of Merrill
Klamath Kommercial Agency
Waehlitgt•»«>, D. 0.