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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1901)
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free for all saddle honen. Entrance
Nonet: FOR 1*1 BI IkAllON.
money of io per cent will be added to
all the puracih first horse, to receive
*5 and Mrond horse 25 pc? rent of ail
rubi l«bed »vrr > Thvraday by
' r*cea won.
Atnonte tiie famous flyers wlilt'h
K imtom ANI» I’ koimiiktokx .
i will take part ami whidi arc how in
Tim following statements and poiinds of butter and cheese to Ilie
I training are tin' following:
Milt facts pertaining to Klamath county outside market.
Oaff tear (in advance)
« eo | Ilelsey's Dura IL. L. Gerber'« Alex- are mainly taken from tiie l'ortland
¡ander, W. Shook’s Tnma and Rubber-
Daily Oregonian of January I, 1901,
I neck, Alexander Zevely’s McKinley. and may lie considered reliable in all
Klamath county has 4,611 horses
Ralph Jackson will start his famous particulars:
valued at $70,574; 14.048 cuttle val-
»printer known as the Indian horse.
ued at $232.363; ’.281 sheep ami
Klamath county Is pre-eminently
The Bonanza xportx are very anxious
goats worth 99,302, and 582 swine
fitted by nature for stockraiaing.
to see tills home In a race with Alex
There have been 119 township plats ander nnd McKinley, and it is lx'- The possibilities of the industry are
Notke I or l’ublkation-
transmitted from the Department of the I lleved a great deal of money will practically unlimited. owing to the
Tin' forestx **n the eastern ami
natural systems of Irrigation.
Interior at Washington to the Izikeview ’change hands on the result.
tk'|>srlni<'t>t “I Inh'iior.
tal has been interested in the county western slo|x*s of the Cascade range
land office. Parties desiring to enter
In the evening there will be a
Umd Olile«' ni Ltk« vie» Or« u'<>i>.
in recent years, and many miles of ir of mountaius slmw that mi th*' west-
land in any of said townships can have
Mnu h 7,
grand ball in Bauman's new hall.
their entries placed on record. The
rigation canals have been made. ern slope 27J per cent, of Die timber
Kotloe is I h
Register and Receiver are instructed by
Water has been turned upon tiie is yellow pine and 2 8-lu per cent, is ine iixiiusi Hctih'r hiu* lilv«l noiic«* **1
Admission to tiie races will lx> only
Comniixaiimer Hermann mallow entries
These jx'iceiitages are mt.-mi.'ii t" mak«' ima! m.x.l m »>ii>|*ori
waste lands, making them produce sugar pine.
oi lui* elidili. «ii*l tl.*«t »«>'1 po«*>l «oli
Ladies ami children frei'.
for lands in the townships 'or which 25 cents.
on the eastern Iliade Ix'h.reJ.O lluiuAer. • . 8.'
from live to seven tons of alfalfa per
plats are eent. The remaining township
Oil tiie eastern slope, where iiiiMiioiicr al B oiikik «, Ore ,
Tiie most valuable natural re slope.
RESOLUTIONS OF' RESPECT.
plats for this land district, numbering
Klamath county is. tlie yell**.' pine 20, 1901, vi« :
600, Will be transmitted to the Lakeview
is (is |x'r cent, ami sugar pin*' 9 |x'r IL E. N.«. 2093 ior Ilio 8«
To tiie Worshipful Master. War ber, which covers 1.250,000 acres.
office as rapidly as the work of litho
cent. The yellow pine easily ranks l'p. 39, S . II. 12. F. Il*' nani* • il*«' l>x
graphing can be done in Washington.
dens and brethren of Belt hxlge No.
lowme «' itli«-’»i i* I*' pi"'*' l*‘» ‘ oiitiiiiio*i«
The following numbered plats have 18, A. F. A- A. M.. of Kerbrville. lies north of the Klamath river, and alxive all of the other species mi th*' re»ni«'ii*a' iipoil n>>d eullnalioii «*l »*“•
l*md,'u: ILI.. Cloptou.ol lk*>*»>>«M,
is known as the Jenny creek belt.
n; 8. I Weiker, «>l IkmaiiM, <»r»
TIME PLAT WAS rtLEO.
appointed to It Contains fully 5,000,0181,000 feel
gon;L. I>. Iiiu k.oi B oiihiim . Una!**n ;
T. 36 S„ 11. 7 E
Octoter 1. isss draft resolutions of respect to the of the finest sugar and yellow pine. on the eastern 'slop.' contains more A. J. I. .aderba lu'h o( I'. «ila*. *. On u.'il.
January 19, 1882
E. M. B hitiiis . lì.'iti'tor.
Klamath county produces grain, than double the valuable timlxT than
.Septem. 20, ls58 memory of our deceased brother. Ben.
.January 19, 1882 F. George, of Warren kxlge No. 10. fruits, and even hops and tobacco in
That the tlnitier on th«' eastern side
. October 1, 1858 A. F. & A. M.. of Jacksonville, has small quantities.
Januarv 19, 1882
Is more vulualile in the market, Is
19, 1873 attended to that melancholy duty
shown by the table in the Ore
April 13, 1881 and offers the following:
Last year Klamath county ix'gan gonian of tiie lumber cut in 1900 in
January 8, 1873
Brother Ben. F. George was born
. October 1, 1858
an er;j of rapid progress along all Klamath county and its value.
Januarv 19,1882 in Russel county. Kentucky. March 1 lines. The unusually large influx of
timber cut was 22.000,000 feet, and
.October 2, ¿858 17, 1831, and came to Oregon in 1859,
home-seekers and new capital, and its value Is $275.000.
In the county
.April 18, 1873
1882 seuling and making his home in enterprises, either started or project adjoining this on lite west and across
For I lie
. Novembr 18,1871 Jackson county, Oregon.
.April 18, 1873 past ten years his principal place of ed, contributed to greater develop tiie lumintains. 25.000,000 feet was
ment and materially aided in spread- cut. (exceeding ours by 3.000.000
January 19, 1882
January 6, 1869 residence was near Waldo. Josephine i ing the spirit of improvement among fi'et.) but its value was only $250,-
. Noven*'br24,1879 county, where he died on the morn
000, being $25,000 less than Hi*' value
. December 4,1869 ing of January 30, 1901. after a short those already here.
January 9, 1873
ours. From these figures It may
About a year ago. tile Oregon Mid
.Septem. 16, 185« and painful illness, aged 69 years and
.April 18, 1873 10 months, leaving one son and two land Company, composed of people of be correctly assumed that eastern.
April 13, 1881
Klamath and Jackson counties. Ore Oregon timber, while yielding double
1882 daughters, with many friends, to
gon, and Siskiyou county, California, the amount per acre, lx of a quality
. .Octolier 1, 1858 mourn his sudden demise.
April 19, 1873
Brother B. F. George was an old was formed to piomute the construc which brings a higher price in mar
Septem. 7. 1S58
ket than timber in the other parts of
. .January 19, 1882 Craftsman and was a member of War- tion of a railroad from Klamathon,
From tiie the state.
. Septem. 29, 1858 ren lodge No. 10 A. F. & A. 51. of Cal., to Klamath Falls.
..April 18, 1873 Jacksonville, at whose request Belt ¡start memliers of the company woik
. .January 19, 1882
In addition to the foregoing, we
6, 1869 , lodge No. 18 A. F. Jt A. M., took ed diligently for the undertaking,
.. Decembr 17, ls70 charge of tiie deceased brother's re- witli every prospect of success early will briefly refer to some of the facts
..January 9, 1873
Besides opening a rich above alluded to:
Novembr 18,1871 mains, and buried them witli the
Klamath county is about the size
Ncvembr24,1879 i honors of the order.
the state of Massachusetts.
..October 21, 1875
Brother George was an industrious
January 6. 18H9
bodies of sugar and yellow pine on pared witli tiie size of the county,
Not onlv will tiie population Is not large, yet it Is
. Decembr 31, 1881 Craftsman, a genial companion and the Pacific Coast,
1872 good citizen, and his sudden call from transportation facilities be afforded rapidly increasing, the gain during
the past ten years having been <¡4 per
. Novembr 20.1877 earthly labors will be deeply regretted for many miles of forest on either
In a county so large and witli
. Novembr 20, 1877 by his brethren and many friends, and side of the line, but. connecting at
supply of excellent
2, 1873 Whereas, it has pleased the Supieme with its northern tributaries, it is land and timlier, and such great ad BANNI: R
.June 17, 1876 Grand Master to call our esteemed
IVcembr 31, 1891 brother from his labors here to. as we placed in touch witli thousands of vantages and resources, there is, as a
Tx«<>Lmr Joi s'*«! IX TM K Wüll Í» hrVoTBl» TO
Septem. 22. 1871
acres of excellent pine, besides that matter of fact, abundance of room
Nuvetnbr 20, 1877 trust, refreshment and rest in the
. Decetnbr 27, 1866 great beyond, we. as true Craftsmen, on the Indian reservation. Tiie out- for thousands and tens of thousands
.January 6, 1869 humbly bow to the decree of the All kok for Die building of tiie road en of settlers.
.January 6, 1869
Tiie land here Mof the richest qual
1872 Wise, and will for all' time cherish hanced tiie value of timber lands and
In its productions of grass,
. Decembr 5, 1878 sweet memories of our departed prompted 100 persons to exercise ity.
At 104 Dartmouth Street. Boston.
.. . July
their rights to 160 acres of timber grain, vegetables and fruit, it is equal
... .Septem 22, 1871 brother's faithfulness, and keep mem-
Others bought all the desira to tiie best ’anywhere.
thing needed to make the whole a gar
be it resolved, first, that
2, 1874 the Therefore
den. is more irrigation.
And that BA8.XKr.OF LIGHT I’VHI.ISIIIMi coMI'AXV,
brethren of Beit lodge No. 18 A.
. Decembr 27, 1866
. January 6, 18H9 F. & A. M. wear the usual badge of Eastern and Western capital inspect will soon be supplied.
II abbi < m » n ¡1 lURRrrr. M ditob
Januarv 6, 1869 mourning for thirty days; second, ed Klamath county timber last year lieen made of tiie irrigation plants
now in operation in tiie county.
. •»» »V» aa ». ' v.r - , . "Il I a* Il I ||( |||<
17, 1876 that the great lights and jewels of and bought a considerable number of
addition we learn from a source winch I war«ÌM ol rt'itrv < i>Lu in « or ixTKftKwriNu <» d it
.. ..septem. 22, 1871 thé lodge be draped with crape for sections.
I KTMt'CTIVB RF. «DINO. rinl.fBclHg
LiD rarv Ih-
...August 13. 1875
is reliable and unquestionable that j ¡mrliHciil ; Rr|M>rt* •>! .SutrUtial ix*<*lun e, Ori
Another proposed railroad is head
...January 6,1869 thirty days: third, tiiai a copy of the
•» ’•pirHtial. I*hllu«op|||ra) an«!
’ientlttc; Editorial tb-partinml, which ir« at»
1873 foregoing, attested with the seal of ing for Klamath Falls from the north, tiie irrigation ditch at Klamath Falls fli
Mpiritnal and M-cular rn’iii», Mpirit M» »
will lie enlarged in the spring, and Upon l»'
17. 1876 our l*Mige. lx? sent to Warren lodge
Reporta <>f Spiritual l’h«
Decembr 19, 1874
' nomma, and «'unir.buiion» by the hum tak nt
••<1 wriR-r* in the work), ri«- »-u
... January, 23, 1874
__ _ No. is. and that a copy of the same tion may lie more remote than that
. . Decembr 17, 1870 be sent to the family of our deceased of the Oregon Midland Company, it is do it. Thus vast tracts of ‘and. now
uncultivated, will be assured of lux TERMM OF IfR*» HirriON. IN AhVANi E
. Per Year
Decembr 19, 1874 brother; fourth, that the whole of reasonably certain of being built uriant crops of alfalfa and grain.
I Mix Month« ...
1876 the foregoing be spread upon the within the next few years.
As we have seen, there are in’ the
Decembr 19, 1874 minutes of the lodge.
BjNH’imm «’op:«*» M’iit Irre.
Immigration, which was larger in county 1,250,000acres, (or about 1,900
Respectfully offered in F. II. & C.
Decembr 5, 1872
1900 than for many years, was about square miles.) of timber land, 68 per ADvrRTiitwrcni
S. W. F okbks ,
out» a line, with <I im .»»Hita for .pa< r an«) Ihm
J. F. STtTn.
.Decembr 19, 1874
half of tiie county, and the value of per cent, sugar pine, both of tile lx-st Banner of Llght Publinhlng Company
. January 19, 1882
farming lands uniformly advanced and most marketable quality. To Al.o |.nbll«nr» and k. . p- tot »»Ir «t wix . i - mii .
«r - -
March 2, 1869
■ mi K.-Ulini
,rt,,,.. | spiritual
. .January 19, 1882
Their promptness and their pleas with tile growing demand, I’n-irri- cut this into lumber we have splen Pro«r»M(v<. krlormalury. and *1lKrilan»,u>.
. Januarv 14, 1880
gated ranches which could have been
phy A»lr..|..<y l'.><h.l.^t Ityglvne ...
Januarv 20, 1883 ant effects make DeWitt’s Little
M-riptl«.-l'aia ...............ut |„ . „„ a|,|>||< allo»
..Ma* ch 2, 184*9
Ai.r l«H.a pillili.Ir I III EiKlandor America
..Decembr 5, 1872 wherever they are known. They are per acre now command from t~> to $10 ting logs to til«! mills. The water notoulol priui, a in la- > >.i l.y piali or n
Decembr 5, 1872
power at tlK* outlet of Klamath lake
. Decembr 19, 1874 simply perfect for liver and bowel an acre. An an instance, 600 acres,
bought a year ago for 16 per acre, lias a fall of 64 feet, and exceeds
..Januarv 19, 1882 troubles.
J. L. Padgett A: Sons. Keno.
March 2, 1859
sold in November for $15 per acre. Spokane Falls in force and volume,
. .January 19, 1882
This land is dry, but accessible to fu being able at all seasons of the year
. . March 2, 1869
Mackintoshes at Duffy’s
..March 2, 1869
Land under tiie to furnish power to cut into lumber
r • i
.March 2, 1869
$15 to $40 an tiie 350,000 acres of timber tributary
Decembr 5, 1872
to Klamath lake and tiie rivers that
.. February 4, 1876 1
February 4, 1876|
flow into it.
Irrigation has made good progress.
..February 4, 1876 I
1 Two large ditches, fed by Sprague To take all tills princely supply of
. I»ecetnbr 14, 1877 ■
. ,Heptembrl4,1877 |
lliver, have been built in tiie vicinity lumlicr to outside markets, a railroad
. .Septembr 14, 1877 *
of Bly. IL E. Ankeny has secured a is needed. As to that, we can say
. Novembr 19, 1879
half interest in the ditch leading that tiie discouragements of the past
...March 2, 1869
January 3, 1876
January 3, 1876
Watches, Diamonds, * River, and his object is understxxxl to that next,spring will see tiie com
. .January 3, 1876
be to so enlarge the system that it mencement of this great, enterprise.
. .January 3, 1876
-------- Jewelry,-------- * will water all of the land within its A railroad will come because It will Office: At the Telegraph
..January 3 1876
..January 3, 1876
Silverware, Clocks, a range. John Shook and Clark Ham- pay to come, and because the timber
.. Novembr 19, 1879
akor have plans to make a ditch from as well as the crops and cattle and
.. Novembr 13, 1879 .
Lost River at Bonanza.
It will have other great resources, arc assurances
KLAMATH FALLS, OR.
. .Novembr 17, 1880
that such a railroad will be profitable
Over 7,000 articles in this
Stockraising is still the chief in from the start.
line, correct in style, reli
RACES AT BONANZA
With the enlargement of the ditch,
of the county. Sales last year
able in quality, and sold at
building of a road giving access
Daily from Ager to Klamath Hot
lowest prices, are shown in
The Bonanza Jockey Club held a
800; horses and mules, $60,000; hogs, to outside markets ami tiie coming Bpringx. Keno, Kliirniith Exlla, D1(iry,
meeting last Thursday at Zevely’s
Bonanza, Bly and Lakeview.
$7,500; total, $288,300.
In of mills and manufactories, will
Clark llatnaker was
Tiie acreage under cultivation lias come a growth and settlement far in
Daily from Lakeview to HIv, Bonanza
chosen president, Prof. II. A. Hop
greatly Increased. Large crops of al excess of what It has been in the Dairy, Klamath Fall»*, Keno, Klamath
Hot .springs and Ager,
kins secretary and IL L. Clopton
falfa, wheat, oats, rye, potatoes, t ur past. A prospect so bright for the
The sum of $120 was
Makes connection with all train» at
nips. cabbages, beets and other vege Immediate future, should not lx: over
We keep it on our coun
raised in short time from the busi
ness men of that sporting village for
which received only slight attention bermen and enterprising men in all 1
you don’t see it a3k us.
a day’s racing to be run over the new
To them It
il recent years, is now developing branches of business.
Bonanza course on April 26th, it be
rapidly. Dairying receives more at
it to you, and you will be
ing the anniversary of the Odd Fel
latter opportunity never presented
A committee of three
glad to see it if you Intend
Itself t han I lie one now offered here.
was named on speed program, con
to buy anything in this
comes more fully appreciated,
lle- And finally we will say that we have
sisting of Alexander Zevely, II. L.
line, for it will save you
an unequaled climate, the purest
Clopton and Louis Oerber. Thecom-
water, the best of health and the
Pwrenger, express and freight traffic
mittee decided to have three races
grandest scenery in the United "'’•■cited. Al »•iihiiiesH entrusted to us
during the day.
will be expedited.
tiie county ship many thousands of States.
First race: One-fourth of a mile;
W. HUSE & SON,
E H. REAMES.
ALU MARTIN JR„
Plans and SpcLifitatluns Burnished on All Kinds O|
Buildings and Conlraeting; and Building
on the Inst.’illnicnt Plan.
Q XCS TO
Ashland and Klamath falls
purse $4Q; free for all.
Becond race: Three-fourths of a
mile: purse 850; free for all.
Third race: One mile: purse
Big line men's and boy»’ suits al
Bargains in overcoats at Duffy’s.
TIM It Hit I.A ND. \t T .11M: j . | s 7„,
M»TT< K toil IT Bl.B AITON.
It is «'■ du ifx*r ami oik - day quicker
time than any <»th( r mute.
•** i I iìm L i 5 . Ihr Mlh day <4
llr limn«« na «itnreaM:
i.« r «»I M. rrtll, ‘ »tegim ;
ilaoe **l .MotrUI, Alti-goti;
1 Mi rrili, OrrftM» ;
t » ¥.
I |-rr tHi.a
» I ri i n» 1 itg •»!•
Good Stock and Equip
Careful Attention Given
IL JI. G.IHKOT.
J. L IW.
H‘ <luc» «l ¡»rh , s vt» i l »thing. IhilTy
Notkc I or I ublkatlon.
M. Ba«rr«ix, Hegteee.
• I). REAMES, M. 0
1‘liytiilnti a ’d Surgeon.
I*iq.urimriit *d lt,«* Interior,
I jiii .I < Irti. «• ut l.ak* vie« . < >r«-^<*n,
Alt Call» Answrcd Promptly Day
FrliFlMrv 15, lw»l. I
Noti* «, i» hervby givvli Il.nt ili*' Ini or Night
Inwmg oxini'.l M-lilrr l a» liled nolii'r <>l
hi» iiiO'iitiiui lo iiuik«. liunl |>r*n»f in *>*i|>-
|»>* l olili,. lu.in, nii.l liuti «*o*i | r<«>l I
«ili In» mad«* ln*j*»re Jan.«*» 11. D»i**.‘«»ll,
( olititi * <ik.nl K'ntiintl Falla, <»r., uo
Marcii 29, Ji»»l, vi» :
(i EN ERAL FIlEKìllTER,
John Al. Tipi.»»*,
ILE. •«.. 17.6, lo tl>< N1‘4.. ì nei ;.
s. c 12. Tp, '*, s. il !U. E . und L*t 1,
>••< . 7, aii.l 1.•, <>t W '4 . unii D>t I <>t
>«•*■ |x. lp. ¡1».
K. il». E, llrnanu»
il,», follo» iiifcj w ili.<-»>lo provi'hi» con-
linuoii» r*-»i i.-ii. <■ iqx.ii nini coltiva-
Itoli ot naid land, via: 8iiin.i«-l Dison,
*>f • »lene. On'ip.n; I». W. An*l«-r»**n, *4
I»lene, < »r.yoii,(‘harleN llorloi». «>t ll>>.
itaiiza. < Involi, John Siimi, oi <»l.*iiv,
Proprietor of Freight Isagoni.
j. n. nooRE,
J. B. MOORE.
Notice I or l’ublkation.
Everything «Ione «»ih
neatne.a and diapalrh
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
J W. SIEMENS, Pro?.
Cleanliness and Good Work
M N aughton , Prop.
X/ jo Agent for LONDON AND
LANCASHIRE HRE INS. CO.
RUMI’S asi » WINDMILLS.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food aud aids
uro in strengibroing and recon-
structhig the exhausted digestive or-
Rant. It lathe latcstdiscovereddlgi st-
ant arid tonic« No other preparation
ro.ac,t It in efficiency; It. in-
f/dievesand permanently cures
Lis,pc.psia’ Indigestion, ileariburn,
yiaJ,ulenee, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Hick Headache, Gast ralgla,Cramps and
ot her results of imperfect digestion. I
Big line of im n's and bnya’ suits at I>n,»ui£-
Illl? »!• LarKfiixecontnlnx2'4 time» i
Reduci if pii* . s *> ii clothing, Duffy's. DulTv's.
Horses l*<»ar«l«Ml l>\ (lay, week or mouth.
LelvVl^’* ||ay and (irain Iioiig'ht mid sold,
I’.issi'tigi rs <*<»iiv<*ye*l to nil pails of Southern Oregon
nti«l N oii I utii (’.iliiornia nt the very lowcat rntes.
W. W. i I AZ LN, Proprietor,
R. I. HÄMrtlONDS.
ICXC1 IA NG 1C
Naval Oranges Klamath
* Don’t Pay
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
»•»•par«*» byt G VoWITT * CO, Ch'iORO. 1
Notkc for Publkatlon.
I »epuri iiii'ht *>t th»' Interior.
14ind (itili e nt Liikeview. ttf’ib*»
Mardi 12, l»0L
Nollen is liereby given that th"
Ima iug iiiiini'il ai'Uler hu» lila*l nolle*
Ida intention (** make thud p»*x»f '•
aii|i|»irt of liia duini, mid (lint »aid Pr°*
will I.*' midi' Indore Jiinn'a II Briac*’ •
('iiiiniy Clerk nt Klamath lall», •"•••
on Api il 27, 1901, viz:
Early I.. Arant,
ILE. No. 2tno. for th.' K'v
He*'. 31. Tp. 38 H., If IO, E., and
mid 2, Sec. 6, I p. 39, B., K. I"
timni'H lint follow ing w ifneaaea •*> pr”
Ina roiitliinona residence upon nn*l
tlvatiuii oí an id land, via: B l4- «’’'Ç*
by. <d Klmnath billa, Oregon;
biii'piml. of Kliinintli lull". Or'iC *
C. It. Iii'l.up, of KI xiiih II i Falla, ftmffi"’
W. F. Arant, of Klnnmlli Fall",
E. M. BRATTAIN, l(ig'»‘*r'
Th*' st * m nidi conf nils the sit iwtio*’.
Thus*' who un* hearty und strong *rf
those who cun eat. and dlg»*l
of fcxal. Kixliil Dys|x'[»sla '
gests what you cal and allow» you «°
cal. nil flic gissi food you want-
you suffer from Indigestion, *M’*r
burn, belching or any other stoiniM-
troiilile, this preparai ioti caul ••* P
but <lo von goixl. The most sensR
stinnai'lB cun take It.
.1. L. I’adgi'f.l *1( Son», Keno.