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K LAMA TH REPLBLICAN
E. J. MURRAY, Editor.
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
I corruptible and who will conserve the.
■ interests of the |>eople irrespective of
creed, color or class.
The Republican believes that the peo
ple will be heard from in this matter
and that they are going to investigate
matters on their own account. If they
do, it is going to result in the nomina
tion and election of Hughes.
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OD INVIBBJW OVO
Dairy is pleasantly situated on the
west side of Yonna Valley. near the
center of Klamath County. It has
two good general stoiv» with enter
prising up-to-date dealers who enjoy
a large tiade from surrounding val
leys; a hotel and feed larrn, and a
school bouse. It is surrounded by a
rich farming community with which
it is connected bv a farmers’ tele
phone line un i also a long distance
line. Is on the stage line, twenty
miles east of Klamath Falls.
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/ aim 'to be reliable
Little Charley Beck, who was so ser
Absurdly low prices on 65,000 ACRES of
A few months ago when the name of
iously injured in the runaway accident
Governor Hughes was mentioned as a
OREGON CENTRAL MILITARY ROAD
is progressing towards recovery nicely,
possible candidate for president, ninety
and it is confidently expected that lie
percent of tl.e people asked “Who is
LAND IN KLAMATH COUNTY.
will be all right again soon. The injui-
he?” But that question did not remain
ies received by the other occupants were
Rent or Sell on Easy Tenus.
long unanswered. Hughes was a man
As the time approaches for the selec
little known until the era of “investiga tion of candidates for th various offices comparatively light, and they~havw en
tion” struck New Vark. The good po to be filled next year it is not a little tirely recovered.
litical effe't of th» Lexow Investigating amusing to see the political mendicants
F. M. Bonnett will start his new
committee had worn off, and the politi chasing each other around the state hod- steam thresher this week.
cians of the Empire State began to cast nobbing with the people. With a
Mr. ami Mrs. A. L. Michael are at the
alout for something else to investigate. smirk and a smile they try to convince
SHivno jo lanoo eaivis aumn
They hit upon the G m Trust, A com themselves and the poor, dear people
Walter Welch went to San Franci co
mittee was appointed and proceeded to that their work is tinged with respecta
New York where as much political cap bility, but the time is fast approaching this week, where he is a witness in a
ital as possible would be manufactured when the people will consider these civil case.
without doing too much injury to the seekers after offices as ladonging to the
William and Irving Clark, sons of
trust. They selected as their attorney same class as the fellow who stops you i Mrs. H. J. O’Brien, are visitingin the
a Mr. Hughe-, a man practically un
on the street and asks for enough to se valley, after an absence of several years.
known in New York City. He accepted cure a night*» lodging. There is
the honor with the understanding that ference, of course. The one gets
Mr. J. Connor,’ of theJ^Lme Ruck
he would l>e unhampered. The knowing
ranch, accompanied by Albert Burgdorf,
bore, the other an “honorable’’ and a
AxwUmic. C\dU«tat«s Sormai an i (Vma*rvla!
ones winked. That closed eye, however, big salary.
left here this Week with J a band < f cour»«
h lucatlon lit all branch«. Inc lu iin« cl aa»,
ica» sçirnc««. mal hornat i<w» etc , ail b«.»l vn tha
was opened wide before the investigation
horses, which they intend to drive to fou
nia livu thai haa «on vraatiwt —-irr rt forour
ni «nani «rotuun Wahalp t»oja who cannul
proceeded very far. They found that
Hughes was a man beyond approach.
R. S. Tooker is buying stock for his ALBANY COLLEGE. ¿IBANY OREGON
No similar investigation, for honesty
farm. This is the ranch prdjierty he
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and thoroughness was ever before car-'
recently purchased from John S. Shook.
Well, wv did not fill one half <>( our calls
ried on. They could not stop him and
Notice for Publication
George McDonald and wife, of Kia: •
the real purpose for which the commit
Some farmers have already com Unite«! Htateii Lund oírte?, Lak ’vlv w . Oregon
With our new Private Secretary course, au
tee was appointed was accomplished.
menced harvesting their wheat crop.
much In itemaml, we do not expect t«> fill one
AUtfiiat 13. 19U7.
fourth of the calls this year.
That means a
Then came the insurance investiga day on their way to their ranch in
Mollee H hereby givm that In rumptlance
B. J. Grigsby bought ten] head of with the provision* «»Í the art uf Uontre«» o!
gixsl position (<>r yen if you are a Private bee-
tion. Popular demand secured Hughes Langell valley. Mr. McDonald will
entitled **AD act for the -ale t f
the appointment as attorney for this help gather his cattle from the range ¡n horses from John Donnell, who is sell Junr3.
B rite i<>r information alxmt this course l>r-
timber land» n th«’ *tate of < a! (orn a • r?
committee. The result was the same order to turn them over to Mr. Childers,
fore you ilecide on a Bustnrs» Kchool.
gon. Nevada, and m Auhlngton b rit r ” «»•
of going to Alberta, Canada.
as in the previous investigation. Along who recently rented the ranch.
extended toa’.! I*. • f’abtle taut Miata* by act
of Ai;jrn*t t.
Jennie ‘'••••horn, of
WRIT* TO O(1H 0
about this time the Republican party
WASHINGTON * TENTH STS . PORTLAND. OR«.
Wm. Woods, of Bly, arrived in ti e
of Klamath Fall*. • otinty of Klamath, diab’ of
was seeking out a candidate for Gover city Monday and has been looking owr
file I iti
nor. The wise politicians thought they real estate with a view to investing.
sworn vtatctnwut N<> 17*.' for th»» purchase t»f
saw a “a likely lookin' critter” in the Wednesday he purchased a lot and barn
the Lot I, of Hec. No. 14. tn Tp. No II S. IL
No. 6 K. W .M. and will offer proof t«» »how
attorney who had made the investigat of B. A. Ragan, the price paid being|t>00.
Mrs. Kirkendall has been engage«! to
ing committees a reality. They were We expect that he will soon let the con teach the Spring larke school, a fact _ that the land »ought I» nn»rr valuable
for Ila timber or atone than fur agrtmltural
Snbacrltie for ilio
thunderstruck, however, to find that he tract for a neat little cottage to be built which the many patrons will be pleased purpoaea, and to <-»iab'U«h her ctaim to »aid
was imperturbable to their advances. on the pro] erty.
land before clerk
KlAmatb cmniy a! hl«
office at Ktamatb Falta, Oregon. u:i M >nlay.
He simply stated that if the |>eople wan
Ralph Jackson, the well-known In
Mrs. Cook is visiting her daughter. '.be 4th day of N »%emb*T. UW7.
ted to nominate him he would then state
Whe name» a« w itneavea:
whether he would accept it or not. dian of the Yainax reservation, died at Mrs. Shannon Booth. It has been Della Drewbaker, Milo K«t»*«. <* >ra Evie« and .
There were no deals or private under
\\ tn La«h ¡a aU of Klamath Falla, Oregon.
has met, and the reunion was a joyous Any and all person* claim i ng mi ver»e I y the
standings. Everything was open and sick several weeks.
above described land« are requested to file
above board. The convention assembled,
II. A. Hunter, of the Hunter Land one.
their claims in thianfice on or Lc'or* «aid 4th
Hughes was nominated, elected, inaug Co., is now negotiating with the Hewitt
Mrs. O. Short ami daughter, Alice, Jay of November, 1PU7.
urated and yet the politicians could not Land company for the sale to the latter who have been visiting in Ashland for a jj-lo .'4
J N. WATsoN, Regtater.
reach him. He was truly the only gov company of the Oregon Wagon Road the past few months, returned home ;
ernor New York bad ever had who Land Grant, consisting of 500,000 acres this week.
looked unselfishly after the interests of of land in Southeastern Oregon, the
Miss Callie Holt of Michigan is here
the people. He inaugurated reforms richest part of which lies in La'-recounty.
the purpose of keeping house for her
that even Pre-ideat Roosevelt, when be Mr. Hunter left Lakeview a couple of
was governor, could not put through. week» ago for Tacoma, anil we under brother, who has a homestead on Mt.
At last the people hail a servant at the stand he is now in San Francisco with Stukel.
bead of the state’s government. He one of the Hewitts, and they are expect
Mrs. Ed. Ream, who has been ill lor'
was serving them and ignoring the po ed in Lakeview in a few days to look sometime, is convalescing.
litical machines. Thus it was that over the lands embraced in the grant,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Newton ami
Hughes told the people of the United and it is likely the option they hold will daughter Ruby, have gone to Ashland,.
States who was.
be taken up. The price of the tract, ho where they will spend the winter. They '
Now conies the time when the people we are informed, is f 1,000,000.
will be joined by the rest of the family'
are casting about for a successor to
after the crops are harvested.
Mrs. Ida Greely lias returned from
elective term idea may be all right for
R. W. Tower of Keno was in the city her old home in Michigan, accompanied
political capital, but the people of the
by her son anil his family. Mr. GreeJv
Nation are taking Mr. Roosevelt at his Wednesday on business.
Miss Reta Morine of Bonanza, is visit will live in Klamath Falls, where he
word. He said that he would not be a
will be engaged in working at his trade,
candidate for re-election and the people ing friends in the city .
being a plumber.
believe him. They believe that there
Mr. and Mrs. George Biehn returned
are men in this country big enough, from Medford this week.
broad enough and able enough to carry
W. H. Shook of Dairy was in the city Civil Service Examination
out the policies started under the present Tuesday on business.
administration without overriding the
Miss Lillian Stilts returned from Port
The United States Civil Service Com
wishes of the present occupant of the land Wednesday evening.
mission announces an examination on
Dr. Magilton will be at Bonanza on October 30, 1907, to lie held at Klamath
Among the names prominently men
16th and will be pleased to meet Falls to secure eligible» from which to
tioned in connection with the nomina
requiring dental work.
9-5-2t make certifications to fill vacancies as
tion are those Secretary Taft and Gov
J. L. Padgett was in the city Wednes they may occur for position a» Junior
ernor Hughes. The former has many of
He reports everything as moving Clerk of the Reclamation Service at I'K)
the qualities that commend him to the
to f 125 per month, depending uj>on con
favorable consideration of the people of along nicely at Keno.
of service and location.
COUNTY SCHOOL BOOK
the nation. He has long been before
who contemplate taking this
the public eye and the people know him. CHA,NOE CONDUCTED AT IME
examination may obtain further infor
He has the support of President Roose STAR DRUG STORE.
mation and the necessary application
velt, and as a result there has been
The Misses» Runk and Snyder who blanks from the Civil Service Board at
built up for the Secretary a great follow have been in Portland for the past six
the office of the United States Iteclama-
ing throughout the Nation. Notwith weeks taking a “postgraduate” course
tiat Service, Klamath Fall»,Oregon.
standing this popular backing, there has in millinery, returned home Monday.
1». W. MURPHY,
always been something lacking in the They brought with them the latest crea
Secretary Board of Civil Service Ex
support given him. Whether this is tions in fall and winter millinery and
aminers for the Reclamation Service.
due to the lack of confidence on the part are busy getting ready for their fall
of the people or the determined effort opening.
Money Raising Sale
that is being made for some unknown
An informal reception was tendered
reason to force the nomination of Presi Rev. and Mrs. G. T. Pratt Tuesday
dent Roosevelt is hard to say; but it evening by Mrs. C. E. Worden and Miss
We are not going out of business, nor
has had a deterrant effect on the pro Worden. A most pleasant evening was is this a closing out sale, but we must
gress of Mr. Tafte’s boom.
spent, games lieing played and luncheon raise |30tX) to pay E. Stein, who is com- ;
The same is not true of Mr. Hughes. being served. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt ex pel led to retire on account of sickness.
Everyday he is gaining in strength. pect to leave here soon, a fact which Now this is a forced sale. The money |
His record seems to inspire the confi the many friends they have made since must Ire raised, and the only way to do
dence necessary to success. Several corning here, and the public generally, it is to sell the goods. Yes, our im- '
canvasses have been made throughout
mense stock of men’s and boys' wearing '
the nation. In each of these Hughes
apparel will Ire sacrificed at prices that,
gathers new strength. On the first can
New Wholesale House will tempt the most thrifty buyers. '
vass he was last on the list. Today he
You may not need anything right now,
Not family jars but the Genuine BALL MASON FRUIT JARS
is second, and giving Mr. Taft a hard
but if you place a real value upon your
run for first place. The people are lie
W. H. Dulaney, manager of the Mid dollars you will take advantage of this 1
Pints, 90c Doz.
Quarts, $1.00 Doz.
Half Gal. $1.30 Doz
ginning to realize that he is too big a way Bar, statee that his house will enter sale. The sale starts Tuesday, Sept. 3,
man to leave in New York state. They the wholesale liquor field on September and closes when the necessary amount
feel that they need such a man at the 15. He has leaned the warehouse Ise- of money is raised.
helm in Washington, where he can carry longing to the Brick Store and han
THE PORTLAND CLOTHING AND
out the progressive plans started by placed order» for a full »apply of wine» SHOE STORE.
I’oooeevelt, but with conservatism and liquor». The decision to engage in
enough to prevent the radical action the wholesale business is due, Mr. Du
Mrs. Edna McMillan returnd this
that will upset the business interests of laney state», to the fact that he has had week from ban Francisco where she bad
the cquntry. With Hughes as President to refuse many order» from out of town been for the purpo»e of placing orders
the people may feel perfectly safe as to places, the quantities asked for lieing in for drygoods, cloaks ami suits, the first
the future. They may know that there excess of that fiermitted to be sold under shipment of w hich is exjected to ar
is a man in the White House who is in- bis present retail license.
rive this week.
WASHING MADE EASY
BY USING THIS MACHINE
Make your wife happy by buying an Acme Washer
6000 ROLLS CHOICE WALL PAPER
GEO. T. BALDWIN THE HARDWARE DEALER
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON