Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1902)
M • Mil
¡The Atdilan«1 Chautauqua opened
icrtlay ;*•'“ w“‘
Burn to Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Null
u gtattisll' Falla, Oregon, July f>lh
IjiAt week Senator Mil. hell and
•'ongressman Tongue recoin mended
tlie re appointini.'|| ltf
•'apt. O. C.
Applegate u agent at tbe’”i<hmaui
They llllK, r,
iiu iul<d the appointment of w F
Arant lutsuiMTlnhmdent of t|le Cw‘
N»t‘<>nal Park. Secretary
| Hlt< hcock has not determined what
I other offii-lals will he needed for
1,0!, a sun-
Tracy, the eacaped convict, 11 Uh
lulled three officers neur Beat tie und
„.till at ‘•nt'*'
Kxperlen<-e in (he U. g. w.„ate
to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. developing the .
Mtmrr of Klamath Falls, <»regon,
tu“‘; nual celebration. Ills word is the,
july fllli, «<i»ufhter.
K.sueceasfnlly hold'a seat b^Tai'
A recent letter to the Orcgonhin
iMHiy. Benall.r Bailey of 1-,. " 1(i .
frle"d’ W,‘,le belng 11 ""’Kt ,0*ul i“"1
ghowlng u|> •*•'' rosourc«-» of Klamath
mctuN-r to '.‘ ¿hit' " ,'Sr ; !
jucalculatni to n*ult In great gmsl
¡••••U»oda, his atUck having 1»™ t i 1
(1) this community.
I effort to chokes.... .
B< verKIge <"
the ww”‘’8 ^‘"al-we of
The newly orjmnlxed county court
this county, dll know that the In
haibeen In session «•“» *««•»<. getting
dians must celebrate for one week.
Notwithstanding the wet weather
affairs Into running order and attend
The chairman of the entertain
of several days previous, a large num- .....................
„„ „ ....................... .
ing to gencn“ bUBlncna.
ment commit tee was a half-breed ami
Ashlaml papi'ra report a large nutn-
._r of people fl-"'" the Rogue river
untry K”‘"K 10 Cr»Ur 1‘‘Ue
out as nearly In accordance with the the program f ir the week’s festlvl-
jyHeart bay this week.
j a< '< rtlh< d arrangement ax posxible. t lex, after It had been approved by
The drug atore of Chitwood & Co.
ii < *.million <>t the grounds, owing (laptain Oliver Applegate, the gov-
lua been repaired and repainted both
It necessary to make 1 eminent ag. nt.
inside and outside and 1« much Ini-
Mime . hang. « Hn<l omission«.
On Friday, the Fourth, the Liberty
proved In appearance.
|t i< dst w . m j..jfully «[M-nt by all In <-ar reached the camp grounds 011
The Examiner reports that I lie at t< ndam <■.
; Wood river, from the old fort. It was
sum "f »180,000 ha« »wen distributed
I- W. Burrlss Is testing something |,>n<'°f the most lieautifiil and patrl-
In Lake county In three week« as a
m-w in the slmpc of a clx-mlcal ,,l'c exhibits that this county bus ever
result of »ale» of wool.
refrigerator In the cold storage de- witnessed. The Godess of Liberty
plan* are Iwlng made for another part incut of his hotel. The refrlger-‘ W!W a half-breed Indian ntalden,
,icaiiil«>at excursion on Upper Klam ator, manufactured in Chicago, j» dressed in flowing robe» of white and
ath lake the last of thl» month, The about 24 feet high, 2 feel wide and 1 her raven black hair disheveled and
ootlng will cover three day a.
m Indies broad ami consumes forty i “*M*d by the winds, added an at-
The timber cruisers are »till com pounds of Ice In twenty-four hour». 11ractive, romatlc color to tlie situa
ing. Tliere will lie many thouaanda Heretofore Ins cold stroage room used tion.
The "Undo Sam" of the
ll( ame l<» at<«l and taken between 700 or 800 pounds per day. Thus If occasion was Frank Applegate, <>
n<.w and November flrat next.
this new Invention proves a success, feet and ~>i indies tall, dressed in
There 1« power enough going to ax now seems probable, It will lx* a the conventional attire of the genu
He appeared to
waste at Klamath Falla to supply great saving in quantity of ice need ine "Unde Sam."
It is question-
ImliMt rial energy for a city of a bun-
! able, that If in this broad land there
-fred thousand people.
Will It al-
John M<»>re. aged 3H years, son of
appeared a better "Unde Sain” than
ways remain ao$
Isaac M<s>r<* of Ashland, was ac<-l-
Frank Applegate, the son of Captain
Pmfi-atont E. II. Lake and F. L. dentally killed on the logging rail
<>. C. Applegate, the government
Kent of the Oregon Agricultural road lit Pokegama on Tuesday night
e -ge held an Interesting and of last week. Moore was acting as
After the march the literary exer
pr< table farmers' Institute at Bo- brakeman ami at the time was riding
cises took place In the grove.
nm a Itutl Tburwlay.
on the front of the engine, jumping
Indian lioy read the Declaration of
R <rry Elater, aged 10 year«, diet! off ami <>n to turn the switch bars. Independence, in English and did it
at bia Imme In Klainatb Fall« on 1 In an attempt to jump, his feet well. He seemed to indulge in a
Sunday, after a lingering (lines« from 1 slipped and he fell in front of the sardonic smile when he came to the
urgantc heart disease.
The funeral engine, which broke his neck and place where our ancstors accused
The re- ^George the III of turning upon us
and burial took place Monday after otherwise Injured him.
t mains were taken to Ashland for . the merciless savage:
Mr. Sargeant who lias decided to Interment.
known method of warfare, is an in
The timber cruisers and would-lm discriminate slaughter
liraU* here, left (or hi« home at Is-I-
1«, Ohio, last Friday, ami after ad- purchasers continue to arrive In women and children.”
justing lit« Ntlalr« there will return ¡crowds, slid government timber is
Following catni the oration of
«ccoinpanied by hi« wife, In alniut a In active demand. The approaching Captain Applegate, the agent.
railroads from «event! directions, paper was an able one and will com
Tlie rompetat Ivc examination held thereby giving assurance that this pare favorably with any patriotic ad
III Salem recently resulted In the ap county will soon have a first-class dress delivered In this country on
He reviewed the
pointment by t'ongresMman Tongue - market for luinlier, Is probably . the our natal day.
•if Fred M. Perkins of Salem as a principal cause < f the excitement ami work of this kindly and humane gov
The build lug of several largi ernment, during the past year and
imvh I cadet and J times I). Moore of rush.
arc being talked of, and it congratulated the “first Americans,”
Ashland ,u alternate.
would not be surprising if they were the Klamath Indians, upon their
The two pupils of Mb*
to materialize till* season nt Klamath progress in civilization and cduca-
Btockwcll'a bc I hio I ut Crystal, Lena
Falls and Keno, ami perhaps also at tion.
He graphically cont rasted
Brown and Sherman Brown, who
their present situation with what it
tisik the state exam hull Ion for ' the
At Klauiatli Falls there waa 110 was only thirty years ago and com
elgbth gtadc, received the highest
celebration of the Fourth. plimented them tut being among the
in. rks In the county, being 00.3 ami
Everybody felt cheerful and patri most civilized trilies In the United
ot Ic, but In view of (lie grand fair States, In referring to tlie govern-
Eighteen timber applicants fruit wlih lt the Agricultural society will menl’s expansion polity he quotes
Vancouver, Wash., arrived here List have, those of our citizens who did John G.
hit tier, closing with these
Thursday and filed on claims In town- not g<> to the celebrations In other, significant lines:
ship 3«. range H. They left Tucs-
U,wns deemed it lies! to P<*‘|x»ne • And
d»v on their return home, Iwlng con- their holldav until then. The child- «„<1 weMwsr.t. ««v.-.m »»w the living flood
on llie »newline of niNivstic Hood.
veyed to Ashland by
Liveryman 1,.II. however, had a joyful time HieHkR
and lonely Shuis. lutenimr. nears the tread
ill Korol«-1« lair haired children, Heai-er led
shooting off fire crackers, and In the
, I And ««ling downward through her hoar lock«
A bitsliiesR men's league for Klam- evening Mesgrs. Willson and , Held-
tswnv Aulsii climb her giant knee«.
ath Falls would Im in order now. • rich furnlslieti , citizens with a line , The
The Itaoern nea-hall hush her wave, to hear
» Mirtheal anawer Freedom-» cheer
Let a dozen (calling men get to display of tireworks.
Also till n was , An(4 onP
roiling tire of triumph run
gether and agree to work in harmony a largely 1 attended
and enjoyable 1 »-tw-enthe sunrise «nd the sunset gun.
The program for the following
for the development of this county dance In Houston’s opera house.
t "tug of war,”
and gisal results will almost instant-
1 Tlie locating of the c
school at Klamath Falls will ns a
Itorse racing, baseball between the
There 1« a report that the Colum 1 matter of fact, add greatly to
Indians and the whites or "Wood
bia Southern rallniad, building tills place. A line scluxil building, con
River Tribe,” old style Indian gambl
way from Shaniko, Is now Nicked by structed with gissl taste, and preaid- ■
ing, the war dance, etc.
Jim Hill of the Great Northern.
If cd over by competent and experl- ■
dance is a weird feature, and brings
that Is so, It la an uMnrance that the enced teachers, will make it n favorite
out the Indian in his native spirit
line will be pushed along with till with scholars and their parents.
of years ago. They seem to delight
Manv people wIP tlml it for the Ix-st
i Interests of their children's education i in thia—eapeelally the older ones
Assuming from healthy Indications, i 1
and it Is Indulged in by the squaws
that Klamath c-ounty Is on the eve to remove here especially In the win ! as well. They chant while dancing
of a broader growth and development ter. Thus the town will grow not around the midnight lire and their
it 1» only logical to conclude that the only In population but In a business song is one of defiance and victory.
" l"l‘“er °f course
next five year« will witness a growth point of Vi«'*-
The KlamatIts were never beaten in
all this future growth and Improve
herealsiuts, greater than has conic
ment 1» pleasant to contemplate.
to us during the past thirty year».
They have held this beautiful
Ashland Tinlngs: Miss Alice Con-
Klamath's public sclitsd 1» exten- j I tier, daughter of John Conner, form- KlamatIt basin against all enemies
east and west from
slvely known for Its high standard of ¡erly
of Ashland, died at the Will- north, south,
They are an in-
work and curriculum. Now that we IsmetU Hotel, Salem, of tuberculosis,
teresting people and have
have Hecured the high school of the
July 3. 1002 aged 22 years, 3 months | '
county, we should sec to it that the and 5 days. The young lady, who |
reputation of this town as an educa was well known in Ashland, was j
tional center Is broadened and ex Imrn In Lake county, Calif., and is a : Up-to-date shirt waists and under-
Dan j wear at Mrs. Maylone's.
sister of Walter E. Conner and
Old Boreas closed a week'» engage Coimer, formerly of Ashland, who
ffient here Friday nlglit with a front, arc now living at Swan Lake, Klam-
which did some damage In spots.
A ath county.
number of garden» suffered some- I j ihrotigh Ashland on Friday s noon
what, but we liavn't heard of anyj ¡train en route to Gallstoga. Calif
by an aunt, Mrs. E. H
ranchers whose crops were seriously . .......
Fred (J. Fish, where
hurt. Since then the element» have
tieside those of her
mother and sister.
*Fhc Examiner stated that. L. Gerlier,
The W. C. T. IL will hold their
‘hr Klamath stock buyer, bought regular meeting Friday, July Uth.
200 bead of cattle from Hedden ami at 2:30 p. m., in the M. E. church.
Small of Kummer Lake. Mr. Grrbcr At this meeting the officers will be
corrects the statement in conversa elected for the coming yeah Mem*----------------
tion with an Examiner represent»-
.mple..¡A( o (J w BUILDtNO,
“ve yesterday. The number of ent-
E mma G ihosby ,
“r- purchased whs 425 head—a mlacd
hunch wjtli 150 calves thrown In at I
And Ready for Business.
Perhaps one of t In* most Interest
ing Fourth of July celebrations this
year In the United Blates occurred
In our own county, on tlie Klamatli
Indian reservation, about live miles1
from the Agency, and nearly 40 miles !
from Klainatb Faits.
There was a suggestion of pa-
blned, in this celebration.
Indians look forward to it, from one I
July to the next.
Captain O. C. I
Applegate, tlie efficient agent of tlie
government, encourages Ills and tlx-
government wards to be patriotic, |
TH,i I'IS'Eril AT Olici KLA-1A.ll
Steel Ranges, General ine Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas
kets, Paints, Oils and Glass, Carpets and in •
oleum, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines.
are the best that
shill can pro
duce, and at an
for ten years.
Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
For sale by
New Stock Now Arriving
CEO. T. BALDWIN,
Hardware & Furniture Dealer.
7X. O. \J. W. BUILDING,
CROWN TOILET CREAM
Cures sunburn, tan and freckles,
chapped lips and hands, softens and
smoothes the skin. Guaranteed to
be perfectly harmless.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
£VBr ing us jour prescriptions.
i mm #*
Fresh confectionary, nuts, etc., Oregon, lias thia day filed in tbie office
her sworn statement No. 349, for the
D uffy C o .
purchase oi the NWJ4 of Section No. 27,
Big line new clothing, suits $8.00 in Township No. 32 S., Range No. 7’2
E. W. M., and will offer proof to show
D uffy Co.
that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agri- i
Subscrita* for R kpiiilican .
cultural purposes, and to establish her
claim to said land before the county
TIMBER I,ANI», ACT JUNE 3, 1878.
clerk of Klamath county, Oregon, at
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Friday, the
day of July, 1902. She names as
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.! 25th
I. akkvikw . O regon , May 12, 1902.f witnesses: Linsy C. Sisemore. of Fort
Klamath, Oregon; Anna O. Sisemore,
Notice is hereby given that in com of Fort Klamath, Oregon; Sarah J.
pliance with the provisions of the act of Rodkey, of Fort Klamath, Oregon;
Congress of June 3, 1878. entitled “An Chris Weiss, of Fort Klamath, Oregon.
act for the sale of timber lands in the Any and all persons claiming adversely
states of California. Oregon, Nevada, the above-described lands are tequesl-
and Washington Territory,” as extend ed to file their claims in this office
ed to all the Public Lan.l States by on or before the said 25th dav of July,
act of August d, 1802. William O. Hill, 1902.
of Fort Klamath, County of Klam
E. M. B rattain . Register.
ath, State of Oregon, has this dav filed in
this office his sworn statement No. 348.
fertile purchase of the E’j of E1., of Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878—
Notice for Publication.
Section No. 21. in Township No. 32 S..
Range No. 7,‘a E. W. M., and will
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE )
offer proof to show that the land
L akeview , O regon , May 19, 1902.)
sought is more valuable for its timber
Notice is hereby given that, in com
or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish Iris claim to said land pliance with the provisions of the act of
liefore the county clerk of Klamath Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
county,<»regon,• t Klamath Falls, Ore act for the sale of timber lands in the I
gon, on Friday, tin* 25th day of July, states of California, Oregon, Nevada and ,
191)2. lie names as wi'nesses: I.insy Washington Territory,” as extended
(’. Sisetnore, of Fort Klamath. Oregon ; to all the Public Und States by
Anna O. Sisetnore, of Fort Klamath, act of August 4, 1S92, George W.
Oregon; Sarah J. Rodkev.ol Fort Klam Owen, 01 Ashland, county of Jackson,
ath, Oregon; Chris Weiss, of Fort state of Oregon, has this day filed in
Klamath, Oregon. Any ami all persons this office his sworn statement, No. 382,
claiming adversely the above descrilied for the purchase of the SEl4 of Section
lands are requested to tile their claims No. 34. in Township No. 40, 8., Range
in this office on or before said 25th day No. 7 E. W. M., and will offer proof to
show- that the land sought is more val
uable for its timber or stone than for
' E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
_________ _ _________ _____ _ agricultural purposes, and to establish ■
Iris claim to said land before the coun- j
Timber Und, Act June 3, 1878— tv clerk of Klamath county, Oregon, at
Cemetery Work of all Kinds
Notice for Publication.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Saturday,
Specialty. All Work Guaranteed.
the 9th day of August, 1902. He names,
SHop Opposite New Feed SteMe.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,» as witnesses:
William W. Erb, of
L akeview , O regon , May 12, 1902.1 Ashland, Oregon ; David Allen, of Ash
Notice is hereby given that, in com land, Oregon; Eugene Spencer, of Keno,
pliance with the provision« of the act of Oregon; James W. Bailey, of Shake,
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An On-gon. Any and all persons claim
act for the sale of timber lands in the ing adversely
the above-described |
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and lands are requested to file their claims
Washington Territory,” as extended to in this office on or before said 9th day
all the Public Land States by act of of August, 1902.
The Klamath County Lite Stocit
August 4. 1892, Anna O. Sisemore, of
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Association will pay the Mtbie re
Fort Klamath, county cf Klamath,
state of Oregon, has this day tiled in TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—
ward tot the ait teat artfl ctmflction of
this ofliee her sworn statement, No. 347.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
any person or person« ftftiHd fruilty of
for the purchase of the S,*<J SVV '4. NE*4
stealing or altering the iharks or
SW'jtind NW'« SE'4 of Section No.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, )
hrarids Of arfy stock belonging to any
25. in Township No. .;2 8., Range No.
I.AKEVtBW, O regon , May 12, 1902. f
member of this association.
71,, E. W. M., and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valu
Address Chas. Horton, President
able for its timber or stone than for ag-
hr J. O. Hamakcr,Secretary;
ricullural purpose*. and to establish her Congress of June 3,1878. entitled "An
claim to sai.l land la-fore the county act for the sale of timber lands in the
clerk of Klamath county, Oregon, at states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Friday, the and Washington Territory,” as ex
25th dav of July, 1902. She names as tended to all the Public Land State« by
witnesses: William O. Hill, of Fort act of August 4, 1892, Howard C. Cun
Klamath. Oregon; A (lie Hill, of Fort ningham, oi Fort Klamath, county of
Klamath, Oregon; Sarah J. Rod key, of Klamath, state of Oregon, has this day
Fort Klamath, Oregon; Chris Weiss, of filed in this office his sworn statement
Fort Klamath, Oregon. Any and all No. 350, for the purchase of the W*s
persons claiming adversely the above-! 8W'4. Sec. 11, Lots 3 and 4 of Section
described lands are requested to file No. 10, in Township No. 33 8., Range
their claims in this office on or before No. 75, E. W. M., and will offer proof
to show that the land sought is more
sai I 25th dav of July, 1902.
valuable for its timber or stone than
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
for agricultural purposes, and to estab
MRS. E. J. BOYD, Proprietor.
lish his claim to said land before the
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE3, 1878, county clerk oi Klamath county, Ore Trimmed Bhd Walking Hats« Undershirts«
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
gon, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Fri
Shirtwaists, Ribbons« Etc., Etc.
day, the 25th day of July, 1902. He
U nitko S tates L and O ffice .
names as witnesses: James M. Etnerv,
Takeview, Oregon, May 12, 1902.
of Fort Klamath, Oregon; Warren D.
Summer coats and vests] nice, sty 1
Latest styles ladies', gents; rtilsses;
Notice 1« hereby given that in com Kingdom of Fort Klamath, Oregon;
pliance w ith the provisions of the act of John Barker, of Fort Klamath, Oregon ; tsh goods at little money.
afld childrens shots.
Congress of June 3. 18,8, entitled An Samuel R. Kingdon, Of Fort Klamath,
act for the sale of timber lands in the Oregon. Any and all persons claiming
State, of California, Oregon, Nevada, adversely the aiovsWlMCribed lands
Kid gloves and hat ttim'tblfigB,
and Washington Territory,” as extend are requested to file thelf claims in this
ed to all the Public Land States by office on or before said 25th day of I best on the market, at ’1rs. May- boots, shoes and felts st fcxcelsE>n
act of August 4,1892, Affle Hill, of Fort Julv, 1902.
Ei M; BRATTAIN, Reghtef. , lone'8
Klamath, county of Klamath, state of
THIS SPACE BELONGS
I. F. Davies, Prop.
DAIRY, KLAMATH COUNTY, Öftß,
Q. D. GRIZZLE
For General 3M Wort.
$ NEW SPRING GOODS $
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE.