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Supplement to the Klamath Republican, Thursday, July 28,1904.
OREGON & CAL. NAV.
Will Make Improvements
Along Lake Front.
Malheur County Water Uaerw Will
I orm an Association.
Vale, Oregon, July 3(1.—The commit
tee ol 17, ap|«iirited at the mao meet
ing held in thia city laat Haturrlav lor the
pur|«MH- of forming an aaaociation of
water users to make term« with the
Government for th« reclamation of the
arid landaof Malheur River Valley, held
an all day aoaaioli here to-day. J. D.
Whistler,Chud Engineer of the reclama
tion «ervice for Oregon, and It. A. Fowl
er, preaident of the Halt River Valley
Waler l.'aera’ Association, of Phoenix,
Ari«., were present during the entire
aitting ol the committee, Mr Whistler
to make known to the committee the
plana, policies and requirements ol the
Government tn relation to tin- Malheur
project, and Mr. Fowler to instruct aa
to manner sol methmla of organising
and incur,airating the aaaociation
There waa perfect harmony and ac
cord la-tween the committee and the
agent of the Government and among
tin- members of the committee great en
thusiasm prevailed throughout the entire
session of the eommitU-e. After ad
journment leading memls-rs ol the com
mittee eipreaw I themselves a« lolly as
•ured that the project will speedily ma
I has the appearance of a new. up-to-dah
■tore. The floor qwe, which i« well
tillwi with modern furniture, is 45x74
KLAMATH FALLS. feet. The celling is high and the build
Thousands of Dollars
Ing is risimy and light- The l««emeni
which ia 30x74 feel, i« uaed by Mi.
Bishop aa a workshop and atore-room.
To az Coartaran.
(MJR ST. LOUIS LETTER.
Ht. fzmia, Mo., July 22. 1MH.
To ths Kdilor o( the Hreeailcss
Hta,—We started for the Fair yeatci
day morning, an-l alter passing through
tlie entrance at the Administratin'
building, we found all sort« of souvenir
for sale. A little further alongare Inneli
■land« with all kinds of eatable«. Xn
The object of th
articles is not to 1« the Administration building in which
Th« Oregon A California Navigation
give the impression that Klamath Fall« are the offices of the Exposition. Next
Company II led articles <>( incor|s>rstion
ia on a boom, but juat the op|a>aite. to it are the relics of the Egyptians, con
with the Hecretary ot Male at Halem,
They are for the pur,«>ae of showing the aiating of caskets, statue« and mummies
Jul) 22, with a capital stock of |25, inm ).
steady, healthy growth ol our city and One of the mummies has the doth takei.
The general nature ol tins business
buaineM institutions. Nearly all the off from the head, an-l you can see th<
ahull I m * the transput tation and carry
improvements now being made are by hair and the blooil nosing from tlie eyes
ing of |s-raons anil personal properly by
our own citizens, who have l>een in bmi- th« other one is not uncovered. The
boats, priqs-lh-l by «team, gas-dine ami
Mae and made tlieir money here, and first is 2tM) years B. C. and the secón-1
aaila Howe to lie towed anil row lioata,
are now forced to enlarge and rebuild in HIMl B. C. After leaving this place we
buying and selling gram, bay. wool, ag-
order Vi sccomni-»late theconslanlly in went to the Forestry, Fish and Gam--
rii'ultuial iirmlui'la generally, wi>>| and
creasing trade. We cannot publish all exhibit. We went direct to the Oregon
liliiilo-r ami traii>)iortirig same; lowing
the improvements in one issue, and it is exhibit, an-l saw different kinds of wood.
«cows. rails, log«, etc., on Upper and
our intention to begin at the bridge and Klamath County has a tine exhibit of
laiwer Klamath laiki-s, Little Klamath
give the improvement« as w e go down trees, consisting of pine, cedar, juniper
latke and Klamath Itivi-r. it« outlet«
Main street, publishing the ».ime from fir and sugar pine. We also saw a pic
week to week. The following improve ture of tne largest tree in tiie world,
I ROM (MIR EXCHANGES.
The com pan v hue porcha-ed water
ment« are now actually twing made: C. and it was cut in Oregon. It measured
front along lake Kwauna and will erect
E. Worden, estimated coat, |800. Mr. 32 feet in diameter. There are «orne
Chas. E. White ol Klamath county,
suitable building«, dock«, warehouses,
Worden now has men at work on his ! large Chinook ralnon on exhibit; the
etc., necessary lor transaction ol it« the larmer capitalist, ha« la-en in this
priqierty in the rear of the Navigation i man that hail charge of the exhibit was
section, looking after hi« buaim-ea in
Company'»dock .constructing a one story I very kind to us, showing us the different
The incorporator« are Major Cha» E. terests.— Hoiithern < Iri-gouian.
frame building, with a floor-space 10x32. things.
Worden, G. W. While, President ol the
Warner Hni-fer has been busy the This building will lie use.I as a laundry.
From there we Went to the Agriculture
First National Hank, ami Wm. H. Wor past week making all abstract from the
Reainea and Jennings, estimated cost. Isnlding an-l saw all kinds ol grains and
den, the personnel ol which «»sure« the records in the land office for J. W.
Thia firm has tn course of con fruits. The tobacco exhibit ia large.cover-
struction a modern two-itorv solid stone ing tlie entire end of the building. From
A large new steamer will la- built
T. Hummers ol Klamath Falla building. The material ia all Klamath there we went to the Hunny Hide Die-
with aaommisiations lor fe.tli |*a»srn- ,>aa«.«l through Hnnday, on her way
(bounty sandstone, and is taken Iro.n the i iillery ami saw bow whiskey ia made.
gvr« and freight, the plana contemplat home from Portland, where, aa a dele
quarry near the city. The building ad ¡ The whiskey that i» first made is pure
ing caolns fore ami aft, dining room, gate «I k - a It«-ode. I the convention of the
joins tlieir big department spire and ba» | white, but after being kept in charred
•late room«, etc., heated by «team and It. of II
Mr». J. N. Hummers, also of a Ifierr space 24x01. The front will la- liarrels for four years it changes to a
lighted by electricity.
Klamath Falla, who lias l»<en visiting fitted up with large plate-glam windows. dark brown.
Wmk haa already liegun on the new i here, returned home with her.—Tidings. I
The second atory will lie divided into
From there we went to the Philippine
dock at the Io it of Pine street, with IHO
A woman got in the way of firemen nine or more risans and rented for grounds, and visited tlie tierce Moros,
feel frontage on the iake. The contract
at Myrtle Point, and a fireman told her office«, etc. Kearnes and Jennings have who are head-hunter«. They arealway»
for the piling lias la-en let and men lie
that if «h« didn't get out of the way lie also put a new plate glam front tn their i ready to make war on other trilies, but
gan on the rack work Tuesday. I.unila-r
would turn the boas on In-r. Mie re- present «hire building, and now have will. America they are good friends an-l
1« la-ing pul on the ground for a two
pli.«l that site would turn them herself excellent facilities for displaying their ¡ have never causea! any trouble. The
story building. The firat atory will be
when »lie retiirn.il home, and explained gorsis la-fore the public. Upon the com I children like to slay in the waler, and it
used lor oltic-a and warehouse and the
that in the excitement of re»|Mimling to pletion of the new store it will make is great sport to watch them dive for
aecoml atory for pa«acngere.
the rire alarm «he had not noticed that nearly an entire block of stone building, i money, which the |ieople throw in the
house will also lw limit for row Imai*.
•he put them on wrong. At least (bat tlie Rank Exchange being the only frame water—they always And it From there
we went to the Walled City, where Mr.
1» the way the Enterprise tells the story. building in the block.
MORE LAND WITHDRAWN.
Klamath Hotel Company, estimated i Applegate haa his office. He waa not in
The Oregonian of July 2n «aya: "A coat, L'Vkkt. The incorporator* of the at the time, but Ross Sutton whs there.
As engineer« who are working on rather interesting schedule ol rate» an Klamath Hotel Company have the ex He was glaal to »«re us, and was glad to
charged by the Equitable Life a Pl tear«
Klamath River extend tlieir examina in to-day's advertising column«. The [ cavation made and the masonry work hear that Klamath Falls was booming
tions, they find that It ia probable that rules are extremely low. hut lhev are completed for the addition to the Hotel He ha» been there since April. He was
a larger area can be irrigated from l-ased on «cientiflc calculation«. Every | Linkville. The carpenters are now at th«- first person whom we knew since we
Klamath Itiver than was originally non- tiermm |«ays (or himself only, or rather, i work sti the frame. This addition will left home. From there we went on the
lot the age attained by that particular 1
lemplated They consequently recom insurer, and no |wrtioii of the premium contain three floor« and will add 45 Pike, or the Funny street, and watched
mended, and the Secretary of the Inter is unci to |iay for older memliers. There «leeping rooms to the hotel, beside« a I the different tribes show, an-l then we
ior Malay withdrew front all. wave home- 1« no guesswork als.ut the methrsls of large sample room 14x41 feet. The I went home.
•lead entry, nearly 4<K>.(««> acre« lying the Equitable, it is the strongest life in rooms will lie built in modern style,
J Kent: H ikmm «.
surance company in the world, and re-
aoutli and eeat of Klamath Falla in eeivea preference w herever it is liest ■ with water works and electric light«,
Klamath County, and adjoining pie known. In the home state. Sew York, and the com|mnv may put in a beating
The most prosperous town is the one
vioua withdraw ala in thia vicinity.
lie ! the Equitable Life does every year, ai plant. It will lake over 120,000 feel of I where there is the greatest evi,fence of
alao withdrew Mllist acres in <’alitor-1
lumber to build the addition. The esti 'local pride.
It doesn't nspiire man
W. H. Worden,
mated coat was 85OIIO. but it i» now tw sions and great lawns and trappings of
nla lying tributary to the Klamath
ite ved it will run over
A new wealth to make a prosperous town or
River. The additional withdrawal of
Tin». Hehlegel now ha» bis lime kiln '
Oregon lands ravers the following town finished, and ha« already turned out [ balcony wil. lie built, ami with a new city; but order, eliranlinesa and the evi
■hip«: The northeast quarter and the •mu- lime of the liest quality. He ia ' coat of jaunt tin- big building will pre dence of civic pride are an absolute es
south half of township 40, range H; able Pi turn out 20 bushels ol lime every ' aent a very attractive appeaiance.
The maat. clean, well-kept
eight hours, lie calls lithe patent con
Bishop's Furniture Store, cost |150ii. home with the evidence of personal in
township« 40 ami II, range 1*; townalii|ai tinuous kiln. Ilia new brick yard will 1
37, 38 and 41, range 10; township IM, la- uovvred by a slanting roof, ami Ilia . The old land mark known as "Kearnes' terest, clean streets and liack alleys free
range illy ; township« 3 h . .'tn. 4<i ami 41, next make ol brick will fe- much I letter Opera Hou««-” has been completely re from rubbish, the things that may lie
range II; towiiahi|u< 39. 40 and 41, than the first as the roof will protect the | built. Tin- old shed sides have been [loeseswsl by all save th«- really unfor-
brisk trout the storm«, lie i« also I
range 12; lown«bip 41. range IS; town putting ill a new grinding machine and j torn down and a new square front add I lunate, are the things on which pros
ship *t ami 41, range 14. all incluaive.— Ills new ring oven will Imld 30,0011 bricks ed. Tlie shingles have been torn off and perity in a large measure reals.—Ex-
and la- burnt in four days.
t hegouinn, July 23.
a new roof put on. and the latilding now | change.
Will Build Large Passenger and
Freight Steamer with Cabins
Fore and Aft, Dining Room, State
Rooms, Etc. Heated by Steam,
and with Electric Lights.
A Series of Articles which will
Show Some of the Perman
ent Improvements Now Being
Made In Our City.