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A New Style Republican
FROn OUR liXCHANOES
Abuse of Referendum
I hereby announce my candidacy- for
A pscullar statu ol affaire exists in
Headquarters Pop-Dem-M u c i a 11 a t
the office of County Treasurer, subject
league, Bunkum Ciuesroada, Clacks-
latsl Malurday John Bradley puri has- J Oregon, through the invoking ol ths
to the action of the Republican voters
mus County, Oregon.
at the primary election, April 17, 1MM
• I the store property he occupies from referendum by some of the granger
Ixrrella, Oregon. Feb. 1, 1908
T. W. STEPMENS
To all my yellow Republican friends and J Willis Webber. The price paid was 1 '»unties In regard to the legislative ep
I hereby announce my candidacy for
propilatlon (or the maintenascs of the the nomination of assessor, subject to
I respectfully announce myself as a
In issuing ibis circular 1
Wiu lluM«elt lias sold his ranch six Miele University. The funds which ths action of the republican voters al ths candidate for the office of Treasurer of
primary election, April 17, 19OM
desire bri. fly to call your attentigli to miles south ol Bonansa to Mr. Bunch
Klamath Coun y, on the Democratic
wlml Ims m-eu done by our League In who arrived here a short lime Mgo. legislature ruled lor the support ol this
K. C. COWLEY
| ticket, subject to ths decision of the
excellent institution have been tied up
voters at the primary election.
tin* past, and lo what we intend to do Cuiisl'h-rallon $ I,(XX).
CLAUDE tl DAGGETT.
I hereby announce myself ss a candi
III the future ar well a. to warn you ..f
by tlw appeal to the referendum, made
Roy I. Kilgore lias sol I his city pro
date for nomination on the Republican
certain move, the enemy, Hie straight
ticket for County Assessor, of Klamnth
perlv to Wm. Bassett. The price paid
Itepublii an. ol Oregon, are attempting.
I srnounce myself a candidate for
was $l,6(J0. Mr. Kilgore will erect a p*>ee<l to «list seems to lie a reasonable County, subject to the decision of the
Aller .«versi weary years of struggle
voters st th«, primary election.
ths Rspublican nomination for ths office
new tesldence near his flour mill as recognition of the state's highest school.
wo finally baoibooalsd the Republicans
BERT E. WITHROW.
of County Treasurer, subject tn the
soon as he ran gel the material on ths
action of the voters at the coming
The Oregon Flats University is rec-
into passing our initiative ami refereu-
il.itu amendment to our Constitution.
1 hereby announce myself as a candi
ogniseil as one of the liest institutions of
C C. CHITWOOD.
They didu't know that II was loaded,
date for the Republican nomination as
Lumlier is la-lng hauled on the ground
Ha class iu the Northwest; it enjoys Assessor of this county, subject to the
and thought that it was to lie used lu for a new two-stnry building on North
estreme cases— such as If the l.ogisla- street The lower floor will 1« occu more than a local reputation. The roc- will of the voters at the primary elec
tion. April 17, 1908.
lure refused to pass some law nawded pied by the Bulletin printer, ami the oída ol ths university show that its en
E. W. GOWEN.
I hereby announce myself as a can
and demanded by the citiseli«, ot It the Athletic Club will use the upper story. rollment thia year is In stress ol lour
didate on the Republican ticket for the
Legislature passed some vicious law !
nomination for the office of District
Mrs. Cora IXsIgr, of Glendale, Or«., hundred students ul both sexes. This is
I hereby declare myself a candidate
against the will ut the people. Hut »« arrived in the city Friday, and was a a gain ol nearly one fourth over the en for the nomination for county assessor Attorney for Klamath and luike coun
ties, subject to the decision of the
fooled 'em. By making the percentage
guest <>( Mrs. C. O. Cloplou at the Big rollment of the year lielore. The ap Ml the ri-publi'-an ticket, subject Io the voters at the primary election.
decision ol the voters at the primary
of Signature, required vary low it i. pus-
$wto$ , loW
FRED. H. (1ILLS.
- r-"-a...... ... • -vn —-/• Mhe aceom • propriation lor the support ol thia school election, April 17, 190».
Bible to auieml ths Constitution or to ! j,,,,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
cal th. referendum <»> . law .. it used :
h|y Hun,Uyi w,„r„ ,he will has Iwen $47,660 eai-h year; the legisla- !
1 will be a candidate for the Repub
to be to Introduce a fl.b bill In the Leg-! „ ,„r , ,hor, ll(||r
lure at its last session increased this sum
lican nomination for the office of Prose
cuting Attorney for the Second Prose
1 hereby announce my candidacy for
We have alrewly passed a so called I A vsry pretty wedding occured last
The vote by which this appropriation ' the office of County Clerk, subject to cuting Attorney District of the State
Saturday evening. February 21», in the
of Oregon, consisting of the counties of
direct primary law which permits us to
parlors ot the Big Nprings Hotel, in was made was almost unanimous. the the Republican Primariss of April 17, Klamath and Lake.
register a« Republicans, thus getting on
this city, when Mr. Ross W. Finley and lie»«papers of the state are, almost
D. V. KUYKENDALL.
C. K. BRANDENBURG.
the inside where we can do belter execu
! Miss Kate A. Colahan were united in
without exception, in favor of the in
tion agalnt them than we formerly
marriage, J. <>. Ilaumker. justice of the
I hereby declsrs myself a candidate
could. True, this law says It is intend
I am a candidate for the Democratic
The event was crease ; it is said that public sentiment for the nomination for County Clerk on nomination for Prosecuting Attorney
ed to "maintain party integrity," butt
in the state is overwhelmingly favorable. I
witneascul by only the relatives of the
the Regublican ticket, subject to the of the Second Prosecuting Attorney
that was only intrmfed as a joke—on 1
contracting parties, ilia ceremony being
A few weeks after the adjournment of decision of the voters at the primary District of Oregon, comprising Klam
the Republicans. Then, there Is State
ath and Laks counties.
performed at 8:45 P. M.
the legislature, some of the farmers io
ment I, an appendix to the law.
C. R. DeLAP.
W. J. MOORE
had to lie to get that In, but the end
the Willamette Valley counties called
(busting the U. O. I*.) justified the
1 hereby announce myself as a can
the referendum u|«>n this appropriation
didate for nomination to the office of
inesns. Ami look st the glorious results
Ira McCall leit tor Bonanza this week bill and the university*« funds ere lied County Clerk, Subject to action of
I hereby announce myself as a candi
ellsined by it I Our peerless leader i where he will embark in the meat mar-
up until the next general election which Democratic voters at the primary date on the Republican ticket, for
w ho in the old days tried by every tuin | ket business.
County Surveyor of Klamath County,
comes in June of this year.
smi crook and was not able to get even
W. A. DELZELL.
subject to the decision of the voters at
the primary election.
"honorable mention**—J ontiy thin
There are two points emphasised by
Bourne, Mooner—is now United Htstes 'Klamath Falls, was in this citv W ed- this situation. First, it shows that the
MELVIN D. WILLIAMS.
benstor, doing his best to provide fur j nestlay.
referendum may Ire invoked to seriously
the Isilhful hut hungry little I mi ml ol
i I nerruy
myself as ■
Fred Biehn, of Klamnth Falla, has
Deiu-Ptop-Hoce in Oregon.
And il you bought the 1^-aley soda factory and injure th. state, second, it emphasize. daU for nomination to the office of
the differeiice líete «en
(armera— in County Commiasioner, subject to the
I respectfully announce my candidacy
will only slay with Mtaiemeut 1 we have moved it to that City.
Montana, the «t rouges t support ol high- decision of the votersatthe Rspublican for re-election on the Republican ticket
assurance that that I'rince of Hot Air
frimary election, to be held April 17, to the office of County School Superin
Rol>t. Goes and family camo over from
Furveyore,George Ultamberlatn, will be
er educatíon has come from agricultual 908.
tendent. subject to the will of the vot
C. J. SWINGLE,
ills co-laborer In this virgin field. Fon
ers at the primary election.
countiug.—Missoulian, Miseoula, Moni.
der this well, my brethern, tor this is
J. O. WIGHT.
ths only way it can lie done.
And if Kendree,
Wm. Bassett lias sold his mill, lumber
such a fortunate thing should hap|>en
Predictions on Election
I hereby announce myself a candi
as ths election ot a Democratic president I and all Ills holdings to Mr. J. Bunch, of
A Klamath Falls correspondent of the I 1 hereby submit my neme to the Re date for nomir ation on the Republican
we wijl have true friend at court, and Coos County. Mr Bunch will take
Bonanza Bulletin offers the following on publican voters for joint senator from ticket, for County School Superinten
all the Republicans will be ki kedout— I p »session Immediately.
Klamath, l.ake and Crook counties at dent of Klamath County, subject to
the political outlook
the decision of the Republican voters
a thing that our Johnnythan da r«e .out
R. E. Bradbury, who for the pant sev
There are now four candidates in ths the primary election to be held April at the primary election.
do openly aa yet.
eral months has lieen running the Smith
field lor the Republican nomination for
J. H HOBBS
We have some very Important mea dairy, is in thia city looking up the mat j uni representative; Dr. Belknap and ! Having faithfully represented this
sures coming twlots us al the June elec
Dr. Coe. both of Crook County, Brat- I district in the last session of the legis-
I hereby announce myself a candi
tion, and they must pass to make our
A. F. Ctubine was arrested la«t Mon tatri from I jtke and there is one aspirant lature, and aince the senatorship has, date for ths nomination for County
victory complete. First Is the Recall dnv, and brought betöre Justice ol the IromGranl. There are two to be el«Kted.' for thia term, been conceded to Klam- School Superintendent, for the consid
By it, if a Republican in office dares to Peace A. Gehörigen on a charge of sell A candidate lor the Democratic sene- ,t.h- 1
*e f«vo™b)e eon- eration of the Republican voters at the
aiderauon of the voters of thia Sena- i primary election.
even think contrary to our views ws can ing liquor during an election. He mrial nomination , ba» apjH-arcd lo-i
j. a. swan
make him run again by getting up a pleaded guilty ami was fined $60.
er of Crook. In a recent street discus
QEO H. MERRYMAN
small petition against him. With this
M. !>. Williams, ot the Klamath sion between friendso<the three Repub
law passed the office holders will have
County At>.tract Company, is in this lican aspirants, a Willits supporter fig
their "ears to the ground." and as we
ured that if would be cluse in thia
1 hereby ________
myself _ a ____
To the Republicans of Klamath.
city engaged in surveying line, tor a
always make the most muse, they «ill
number of Merrill people who realize county and Crook between Willits and date for Joint Senator from Klamath, Lake, Crook and Grant counties:
think that »e are really "the people"
1 wish to inform the Republicans of
the third in Lake and Crook counties on the Re-
the unusual efficiency ol Mr. Williams, ILilgale. with Merryman
. . to Willi,.
subject . to the decision Klamath, Lake. Crook and Grant
Mecond, the amendment which lor blds
position, and lie gate lake
illite by uf
lie la being «»Kt.l by Mr. Markee.
constituting the Twenty-first
the legislature to change or repeal any
a good lead over with the others. A
Representative District of Oregon, that
la«r passed by us. Tins will virtually
Messrs. Courtright and Shanks, men- Merryman advocate believed that it will!
mv name will be presented for your
makes ME nml my co woikers the law , Honed in the la.t issue <>( this paper a. U- Merryman, then Holgate, then Wil- ! , h<reby announfe myreH ae.ndtd.te consideration at the primary election
making body ol Oregon. MeeT Third, looking lor a home, purchased this week Ills in tIns county, with a close vote l>e- for Joint Senator from Klamath. Laks to be held April 17, 1908, asking your
By this through the real e.tate agency of E. E. tween Merryman and Holgate in Crook, j and Crook counties, on the Republican suffrage for one of the Republican
nominees for joint representative in
law we can knock out their lieastly ma 1 i'. I., (Io- Hnafp Turner place in the Willits much in the rear, while in Lake
subject to the decision of the said district, to be (»allotted for on
jority in the legislature and are auured Gale district. These gentlemen are en- it would M-ale Merryman, Will.ta and
June 1, 1908.
H. L. HOLGATE.
l hat our friends, theS-a-ialists, Populisto ergetic and industrious citizens, and will Holgate third.
H. A. BRATTAIN,
and Democrats will get some of -their lie a desirable addition to this vicinity.
The Holgate backer asserted that Hol
seals at least. Il is a great scheme,
gate would lead Merryman, and Merry-
and I take great credit to myself for
, man, Willits in thia county, thatjC rook
I hereby announce myself as a candi
To the Republicans of Klamath,
having brought it into this Republican
A letter from District Attorney W. J. would give Holgate a good lead over date for the nomination on the Repub Lake, Crook and Grant counties.
idden state. Ol course there are 76 or
Moore, dated at Klaninth Falls, states Merryman with Willits not figuring Klamath County, subject -to the de
I wish to inform the Republicans of
NO other measures, but these are the
Lake, Crook and Grant
tliat Io- will lie a candidate for re-elec there greatly, and in Lake Willits would cision of the coming primary election. Klamath,
ones we need.
l»on't forget them
counties, constituting the Twenty-first
tion. Mr Moore saisaillhe criminal Is- in the lead and Merryman next, but
W. B. BARNES.
District of Oregon,
When we get these through, particu matters »<-1 for the special tarnt have with a small rote caat in the primaries
that my name will be presented for
larly the one which forbids the legisla lieen dis|s»Hs| of, and that he will make the margin bet«een the three candidates
your consideration at the primary elec
Olene, Ore., Feb. 1, 1908.
ture to amend or repeal our laws, we in his family, at Ashland, a visit tielore there will not lie large. It is generally
tion to be held April 17, 1908, asking
tend to pass one by winch ws| can call returning here in a few woeks.
conceded that in thia county the three
your suffrage for one of the Republican
for the office of Sheriff for the consid nominees for
joint representative in
the referendum on Mupretne Court de
O. F. and Bert North, ot Klamath will fate about equally at Klamath eration of the Republican voters at the said district, to be bal lot ted for on
cisions and the veto of the governor.
Falls, went to North W arner this week
June 1. 1908.
B. S. GRIGSBY.
True, our governor at present is alright, to look at that large body of rich agri . Fort Klamath and Merryman at Keno,
H. P. BELKNAP,
but an accident might happen and one cultural land that is being settled up with Holgate and Merryman breaking
of the enemy be elected, and s«i veto
I hereoy announce my candidacy for
the past few months at such a rapid even and Willits third at Merrill, while
the nomination of Sheriff of Klamath
some Is« we want.
Look around a little and see if you
rate. Mr. Northia a locater, and may I Holgate should have Bonansa, Dairy County, subject to the action of the
Beware of the men who are arguing lake part in locating Eastern honieseek- mid Langell Val'ey about solid, and Republican voters st the primary elec can not get some better oats than your
against these thing«.
They are our era on some of this laud, if he finds it as probably Bly. This estimate gives Hol tion, April 17lh, 1908.
own for seed. A change is often one of
gate an advantage in this county. It is
They iielieve in recoininemlod to him.
the most profitable things possible.
' a pretty race.
everything that we do not, ami in noth-
A move was started lor a race meet
Ing that we Dem-Pop-Mocialists do. ing in Lakeview during Fourth of July
Encouragi any Republican who talks week V. L. Snelling and G. H. Ayers Salt Stock to Protect Rangd
btatement 1 ; pst him on the luick ; and circulated a subscription paper and se
A Forest (gr Department bulletin says:
jelly him all you can. Hr in onrol utu cured about $tkk) from the citizens, in
best friends, 'though be don't know suring purses amounting to $lt)Ul), or The requirement that all cattle, horses
what we have in store for him a little more for tlie races. Lakeview will be
Since our organization as a
National forest« be given salt at fre
UPORT Of THZ CONDITION Ot
gin early to advertise its races thia year,
Trust and Savings Bank on
And now let me exhort you to lie and there is no doubt that we will get a
November 18, 1907, we have
firm. W«i must relegate such old moss- lot ol runners here to compete for the lias I-evil found to go a long way in pro
rendered to the State Exam
AT KLAMATH FALLS?
backs as H. W. Scott, Geo. H. Williams, big purses, lost year we advertised I tecting the range and conserving the
in the Stale of Oregon, at the close ot
iner of Banks two reports of
business, lebmary 14, l»OH.
E. L. Smith, Stephen A. low ell, Judges for races hut Alturas advsrtiscd for
our condition and been exam
Experience lias shown that the want
Bean and Watson and others, who lie rsces at the same time and raised their
ined once by him.
lie vo in tho antiquate representative purses when several strings ot horses
The Report speaks for itself
government tc the junk pile, and press passe.I through I list town, Slid induced ami horses are not supplied as they ne«>d
showing a gain of $9,716.60
it, they roam and wander, haunting old
forward tho new statesmanship under them to stop for the Fourth of July.
since our last report.
salting grounds u-ed in previous sea-
Cash on hand..........................
the direction of our Johnnythan Bourne,
We realize that the most
sons, trampling the forage plants instead
Sooner; MYSELF, Georgio C. Harry
valuable asset of a Bank is
New Forest District
T otai ........ ...........................$ 35,508 30
L., ThosGreen, General Jackson, of the
that of public confidence and
Journal, Herr Most, Shorty Goldrainer
A new district lias been createti in in other ways injuring the rsnge. But
we furnish our depositors with
ami other Dern-Pop-Soce.
Southern Oregon and Northern Califor if tlieir cravings are supplied they scat
Capital stock paid in........... $ 25,000 00
every safeguard and protec
Undivided profits, less ex
Yours (or the cause,
nia, with headquarters at Yreka, to be ter peacefully over the pasture grounds
tion for their funds, and shall
penses and taxes paid..
Naw S tylb RirttiucAN (?)
known as the Mazama national forest and feed at their leasure.
continue to do so in the future
certificates of deposit
park. The Ashland Butte reserve lias
as in the past Our books are
Iteen taken out of the Grants Paas dis profitable handling of sheep on the
always open for inspection by
I 35,60» 30
T otal ..
trict and made a part of the now Ma- range that no flockmaster would think
sama forest park, which will include of getting along without it. If sheep do
John McCourt, of Pendleton, who
tats or O rboon ,
not receive their usual supply it is only
C ounty or K lamath I
was a ttludeiil at Willamette University
with great difficulty that they can l>e
I, J. W. Siemens, Cashier of the
under Representative Hawley, who
held iu boun is or kept in camp at night.
above named bank, do solemnly swear
practised law liefore Representative personnel of the forest service for the
that the abuve statement is true to the
So (ar as sheep sre concerned, no regu
Ellis, as judge, who is a warm |>ersonal
best of my knowledge and belief.
lation by jaw is really necessary, be
J. W. siRMcxa, Cashier.
friend of Senator Fulton, but who la ab These changes will take effect March 15.
cause the owners, lor their own cofrven-
Subscribed and sworn to before me
solutely unknown to Senator Bourne, The new district covers a wide belt in
has lieen unanimously recommended by Northern California and Southern Ore
T. L F ountain , Notary Public.
the Oregon delegation for United States gon and comprises some of the finest
C. W. IVlllTL. Pr««id«nt
CORRECT—A ttis r:
neglect to salt them if the regulations
U.T, B aldwin , Vwa-Pres.
G. W. WrrTt,
District Attorney, Hie nomination is scenic attractions of mountain, forest
1. W. S ismins . Caahlsr
were not strictly enforced
W. A. D slxblu A mi . Cashier
eipected nest Munday and if it and lake on the coast.
Stock on different ranges require vary
materialises, be will be promptly con
ing quantities of salt. Sheep need less
on dry rsnge than on green. An aver
December let-One brown pony mare age quantity for 1000 head of sheep
There was a young farmer whose name with ovsl brand on left shoulder, about would lie from 1000 to 1600 ponnds esch
4 years old.
One black mare witn
white atrip in face and white hind feet, year. For a like numlierof cattle, from
He packed up hie trunk and he moved about three years old.
One mouse 5000 to 10,000 pounds a year is required
color mare with narrow white strip in Horses need less than cattle.
There came a panic that gave him face, about two years old. One bay
mare eolt coming two years old, has
Steer clear of store debts. They are
four white feet, small spot
jpot in fo
So be packed his trunk and came back end on note.
mortgages on the future, drawing com
i. C. BEACH.
to the farm.
Klamath Falls, Or. pound interest.
Manufacturers ot All Kinds of
Cabinet Work, Sash and Doors,
AH Kinds of Mouldings,
Hand »awing and Turning,
Odd-Sliad Doon and Window» a
All kinds of Finishing Lum
ber now on hand.
Large assortment of Doors
and Windows made up and
ready for immediate de
Can furnish an order on the
grounds for any sized build-
ing within twenty-four
Large stock of Flooring in
W. O. HUSON,
The First i rust I Savings Bank
McIntire-Straw Stage Line
In Connection With
Stages leave Klamath Falls daily at 7 A. M
and Pokegama every morning.
Sure Connection at
Klamath Lake R. R. Trains
Leave Thrall daily at 3 P. M. and arrive at
Pokegama at 5:®5 P. M.
Leavo Pokegama at 6 P. M. and arrive at
Thrall at 8:20 P. M.
S. P. Trains at Thrall
6.-05 A. M. and 1.32 P. M.
2:25 and 5:55 P. M.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
A. G. DUHME
Sliit»acx*it»e for trie
Office in First National Bank Building,