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Otiltol .U-w^pei oi Klamath
County «nd Leasing Journal
of th« Interior Oregon Country.
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CUbUitliun und it
the fee**, kedium tor f>«..ch:ng
»Prosperous arJ Trading Pub.it
KLAMATH FALL», KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY so, 1905
FIVE hundred dollars will improve wood river
MODERM dairy to f urnish
THE BAPTISTS OE THIS CITY
The Klamath Chamber of Commerce Will Assist In
CREAM AND MILK POR CITY
WILL BUILD NEW CHURCH
Opening Wood River and Thus Secure This Im
p C. Smith, of th« Albany Dairy, Haa Purchased
Three Thousand Dollar Church Building And Par
portant Trade For Our Town.
property In Klamath Falls Prelimlncry to Es
‘Uy*'2b. of Albany. <>w«- •••
,„.tadty i»«‘ ••*'*
-,ut» lu» ‘be tataldisliluí ««< •
ilsuutb Fall» Io. lurnlshln« pure milk
,,.d eroam ta »ur eilisenä. A. a pre-
. ........ stvp Mr .Huili, h« P- »••- '«
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3 block 12 Tat.-
Mr ^mltl1|l«•>»*"•’l*,•,,"• 'b« Al'-a
dai.» I«» ”*• past Iwo year«, whirl,
y. ta, had leased.
Hl. Irose will e»
. .............. .rt lima «ml he ie Ihrrelme
maklng atrangeniMI« tr, «n Into Inisln^s
frrr biinsr II. M». Huili h ia Ml I tulva
anj un lerstands
tila Ludrireo. Ile ail| lartr,« hio rIBII
e..we, «1,1.1, «lii lv ,4 the lwst brerrlut,.
lainairl.r |o» dairy purprvea The bulld-
Inga «ill he cniiolrurled «long aanltary
II ihto Tha r„». «Ill «Il lv .tali lvi and
«III nol 1— run lu paature. The tlalry
hiiaiuees ia no« la-corne a orienca, and
the ■•pe ator maat know the pr.iper
aIuas.nl of teeri, drltik and rie,ciee
n«reea«ry for the 1»»l reaulla. Tlila ia
the himl of Im.lnra. thai KlM.alh Falls
Open Season For
l-bh In Crater Lake
IVtereaa. the H«n. Secretary «I the
jhisrios lias in tule 7. R-le» and Keg
ibti.ns N tl» Crater lebe National
park Is'egsteil to the supertnlen-knt
|J.V authority to regulate fishing m any
oi ihe aalers of the Park, and
Whereas, Crater t-abe having In years
jnsr-1 hren stirknl e lib trout, and it
■ pearing that the sai l fish having now
l.nvns siilficionlly numerous in the
|jbr Io lustily such aeikrn, I nr *
ibrrvl.xe declare an o|«n sea ron lor
tnHit aal ri'g m Crater Mb- with hook
a .1 line only, th" catr h o| an, one per
a* Io not v*< erd fi.» fl-b In any rmv
rl.y, to rn Itw IWlreutli dev rd July In
|lw fillxnlh rte< ol Seplrmlmr. I’kto.
I. Ui inrlu.lve, and lo» a lib» sees-n >4
rack aeercmliug year t he rea 11-r until
Tl.» riales sat I pruviimua regulating .
II. » rl.Oed and OpvO ava—rri I *r ttu’lt
kshlirg. aa fise-l by the sialutea "I Ore
pn «hah appi» In all other «atara ot
Ita Crater l^ike National Cark.
W. F. Aaaa,. Ku pt.
Mason & 5loiigh Offer
Prize.» For Exhibits
TV Iroin» that the truest and liaat
s«y al shoeing the merus »I our rutin
try It tn rthllut llw preditele of "S’
e .l, «e h«v* Irvid'd to offer prti-e of
|! 0l) carl, lor the Iwsl aaiuplns of llw-
I llosit.g ;4ai la. brought Ui >H.r office
mi or b» lore I P. M., August >1.
on «hirh day awards will Im mad«-. via
"heat, oats, rye, barley, alfalfa and
Thr urr[Jw should be pulled up by
ths ruota and should be no larger titan
may he easily grasped by on« hand
F.Mbilors are asked to prepare their
»trennen« aa nicely aa may be before
StbildUnn, but thia testura will rod
filer li, o the awarding of premiums
Tin- I-lie. shall I* a«ar.|<*| by r a com- I
«.III»» seleelnl by the riblbihua.
runs, of (he successful contestants w ill
l>" prii.lial,ml in the county |oi|«*ra.
Also wv offer the same prises on the
|.4loeing producta brought I« our office
'■» or before I P. J|_, (K-tobar 14, luo.',.
Viat The liest, one eg, h, squash, pump-
|wtt M1 tl|
tstovs, !»■»ta, turnipe, onions, errtota.
H”*>pa. lomatnaa, apples, peers | also
ths he>t box of honey,
All aainplee offered in eomiMtitl.m are
'".nT""’* ',Ur P,"l-r‘)'. an<l the twat
»ill I« need for e*hil>li|Oi, purpoaea.
There is aims question as Io «lien,
il at all. the water covered atoa ul
laiwi-r Klamath lai.- will I« m is mr,|
The lie, lsii.atK.il Herrne has In lor nini
th* Waler t sers' Areiaiahen liiat tins
work will null»« undertaken until the
Kerns and Miller tract* hare been sign
Of the sigried swamp lands, the
Klamath lami Company owns H'«1O
acres. J. I* Churrliill almut *»M) arres;
Alwd Ad) ah,ut fiUOO acres ¡ J F Adnms
a'u-it 2 «M acres; ami the Mo.ree, Alex.
Martin Mr. K p. McCornack and oth
ers bold tracts ranging fr ,m HO u, 400
acres. These r»« tiers are ve*y anxious Io
lisce the lami drained amt irrigated bv
tlie govi rtimrnt. It appears that the
g-oernnieril cannot reclaim
• Ithor't draining that I—l.mgirig Io Mr
Kerne and thia they will pellivrly not
■io utile*» he eigne up ami bear« bls
share <4 the esjwnae.
Mr Kern* knows that his land ia
prarlirally «orUdeas aa it is, yet he
enema to In- holding out with the hu;w
that he «ill reap the liem-fit at the ex
pense ol othera. It is staled liiat he
figure« that it the <Hlier swamp land la
reclaimed, his land will mveaaarily lie
drained and in that raae. rhe govern- ,
mani « II either have to luriiish him
• Uh «alar tor Irrigation or else be li ' *
able f..r datnagre. Ife may tea*>n clear
ly In tills reapivt, but the result «ill
pro* ably I» that all <4 the real ol the
swamp land owners «ill bar* to suffer
!••» his gr re-11 ueas. Mr Kerns owns
alami *<■*> sirre and Mo Mil , r sivut
2‘4H o. r> ■ <4 '»smp <aad. These are
the ml' large tract* niirobarribed
Mr Kern» ia noa at kenn and II |*
ho;—I that a »imit >4 the slluatiun, up
un the ground, «ill result in *>n>r sat-
lefmtori arrangement as to tbe*r lamia.
bnoiild the Knena ami Miller tracia
not lie subacrilsed, the swamp land asn
era « ill dmibtlrea organise a drainage
district unrlrr the law* ol tlregn*. and
with the r>>n*enl of the Krclamation
Merrli-e, « ha-h controls all the water.
Ill th* stamp lamia will lie equally aa-
This «III probably i-oat aGiut
flj an arre, and a* the water for irriga-
Hon m ist still lie purchased. Il will
make the entire «ual ol reclamation
about ♦*' |>rr acre, and the |I2 will
have to I« paid in caeh, not on long
time without intereet Thia of course, is
more eSfwmsite than the goVernmei'l
syelom aa offered, but it insures an early
reclamaiioii ot lands that arc trow pract
Of ciñiese the government might decide i
to institute eondsmuaiion proceedings
against the niiauliai'aihad swamp lands,
but It has not aa yet iudicsteil such a
purpose, ft is tin dersfnml that a qtrea-
Ilonas to the title nt the Kerns' land I
l as been rgtee-l, and Kiste land Agent
Oawrld West's presence in the city laat
«is k may I* «ccoanted lor tn that way
How ever, It is re|»>rted that the stale
and frilled Míales officiais are quietly
Investigatiti« thia matter
sonage Will Be Ready For D_d:ca*>nn By Tho
Wood River valley lies north of I’ppnr Klamath Lake and is «bout twelve miles
Hqtiare. It slopes very gently toward« the »outli «nd is wonderfully well watered by
creeks mid Wood river. Owing to the general topographical characteriatioB a lurge
amount of the valley is naturally irrigated and is graits land, from which thousands of
tons of hay are put up for winter feeding. At present this valley is devoted almost ex
clusively to stock raising, and thousands of head of the choicest beef that enters the
California market each year comes from the Wood river country in Klamath county.
With shipping facilities this valley is destined to become one of the best creamery sec
tions in the state. The natural grass meadows and the abundance of pure cold run
ning wafer makes it an ideal place for dairy cattle.
Baptiet Church fur Klam-
■ ath Falls.
Rev. Triplet, a Baptist miniatorr, who
i cam•• here recently from He*», Oregon,
: and Iras lawn conducting services at the
Opera Hoose, stated to a Republican
J representative that the Baptists would
, build a church and parsonage in tala
i city in the Fail.
will be two entrance* from the front. 4
tower will be constructed over tha maul
There will tie two «hurett
parlors or class rooms in the rear oi Vie
Rev. Triplet stated that ft »u planned
to have the building ready f.»r rxcupnn-
cy by Christmas. All the money R um U-
ble for the construction will be raire.1
here and the balance will I m > loaned by
the church Board. Th* ground has not
The plana have already liven drawn
. by Architect A. B. Mead, and provide ireen purchased vet but they have sev
i ior a modern «difle« with a seating ca eral sites in view from which they will
W. H. Worden, Secretary <>( the Klaln- everyone in the valley would give their | down to «bout 30 leet, but the banka are
pacity .4 between 30) and 40). There , make a selection.
alh Chand». of Coirmu-rr*, accoui sup|">rt to thia work, As very often turi solid and constat of a sort of sod and
panlrd by hta wile, went to Fort Kiam- l>ap|»na In work ol thia kind, I found a grave which projects out over the water
alh Snr.dav to investigate the matter of few |«oplr «bo were suspicions and for several fevt and floats on top. I Iw-
the opening ol Wood Khar to aaviga* thought that there ««» a m hem» to liev* that m,-n could gu along with hay
thin. On Ins return Tuesday evening atari a new town along the river, p>*e- knives and cat thia off and these chunks
1 aaaurari • would settle to the bottom and would
ire informed a representative of the Re aibly at the Melhaae bridge
publican that the people <»l Wood River thatii, how«ver, that the Klatualh Falla not need U> I* taken nut.
As the re>ult of a < Utting affair at the
The Elka of Ashland Ixatge, No. 1*4 4,
valley want boat cartrnrelloa and will fieople would not stand for anything
"It, however, would *>e an easy job
Brautlachl's hum* in Lakeijew Monday were greatly rey.jice.1 to receive the news
aland by anythin« we do.
lor a dredger to cut off the projecting
a'»on. J. S. Fail«» lies in b's room at by wire late Thursday evening from
Ila sai l, “The boys are all in line and ‘Fort Klamath or boat.*
banka and throw the earth up along the
the Hotel Lakeview fearfully wounded 4 tbeir rep-evniative at the grand lodge
“The troys are acquainted with the abura.
ready to assist ua. They are reedy to
Alter looking the river over
by a knlie that was in the hand« ot L. in ae»*iot> at Buffalo, Hon. E. V. Carter,
put up money or will turn out and work river alnvv tlie brnlg* and know prac can fully, we conclpdrd that fifiOO ex
N. Brautiacht, and Mrs. Brauilacht is at that a charter for the local lodge i.ad
to help cut out the channel. I was all
panded will put the rrver io shape to
ber home in Meal Lakeview «1th a been granted by the gr-uid lodge. It
1 wanted to satisfy ruysalf that a boat can run up as far a« the
over lire valley and everyone is busy ahap«.
severe gash in her breast. The victim seems that opposition to th« g-snting uf
ami prosperous. Ths whole valley l'*>k* about tha river below the bridge, and Melhasa bridge.
of Brautlacht'e knife ia in a precariou* the charter from certain neighboring
green and It is the prettiest country iu Gue Mdhase and myself came down in
"I am informed that in Washington,
coodition. several of the wounds inflicted «.lurces had carried the flght to Buffalo,
lbs world. as everyone knows. All ol a skiff.
i> C., this river l* not known as naviga being alnioat mortal, two of them pierc
but to no «vail. The Ashland lod.e,
“1 found that there is plenty of water ble and in fact it baa been reported aa
the ranchers are busy cutting hay al
ing the lungs. Fuller *111 iu all prob which has been organised and working
present and It will not be |sresible to all the way. Th* steamer has Imen up not navigable. I lieHeve the beat thing
ability recover bnt is not entirely out of under a dispensation fur s>-veral months
start the aork until lbs haying is fln- m far as th* mouth ol Crooked (’reek «e could do is to get tha boat running danger. Jealousy was the cause of th«
past, has been remarkably auuces*ful
, From there up we counted about 12 to the bridge, and to the Fort it possi
«•naationai affray. Brauilacht ia held and hae grown rapidly.
'•Frank Butler, Secretary of the Fort
ble. and then let our < hamiier of Com
to answer for assault to kill Fuller.
It i* understood that the Ashland
Klatualb Chamber ol Couimarcv, and J. straighten the river ao that IxiaU, could merce take the matter up with the Ore
The story ol th* affair ia simply thia: lodge contemplates celebrating
W. McCoy, the president, staled that
gon delegation and get an appropriation
Fuller went to the Brauilacht home to granting of titair charter in a fitting
there a as alreolutely no doubt but that I or a mile ami a half the river narrows for more permauvtit improvements.**
h«'e some washing done. Brantlacht manner in a short time.—Tidings.
was working at the brewery and saw
SETTLE UP NOTICE.
him going there. Bhortlv after Fuller
entered the house he notisx-i the curtain
I have leased the Klamath Hotel to
of one of the up-stairs window« being
pulled down. His suspicion was aroused Mr. A. IL Engie, who will continue the
A jovrwrs • adding <•( much interest Ur
The marriage of Mr. Frank Lindsay and
many friawda la that of Miss Nelli« A.
bueineea. All those knowing them
Applegate to Misa Lida Wilhelms took ’ wife closeted in the room with Fuller,
Maihewa cl Fort Ji.m a. and Harrv W
selves indebted to me will please call at
Klamath Falls. Or., Julv 13, 1905.
pla.-e yesterday at the home of the
Miuliell ui Gaselle. which look place
Mr*. L. Dkbn.
Klamath Water Veers' Association,
bride's parents in Medlord.
last Momlav evening at the residence of
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
is the daughter of Mr. and Mr«. Thomas
Mr*. <L J. Fry, in th« pr»*em e ol a tew
Gentlemen - Your report oti the acre- J, Wilhelms, who recently moved to
relalivaa and Irlenda Father O'Meara
igw of land under contract to pay the Med'ord from Yainax.
tied the nii|4tal knot. Mr* Will Cooper
cuet <4 reclamation (Klamath River Pro was postmi»tre*ri at the latter place for
was bridesmaid, and <>rh, G. Steele
jcct). show» that of the water-covered » number el year». The groom i* the
ai led aa l«at man. The hn-la is a beau-
area of Lower Klamath l>ke, two tracts, eldest son of Capi, «nd Mr«. O. C. Ap
tifol ami accomplished young lady of
th« Kerns tract and tlie Miller tra t. ag plegate.
Scott Valiev, who hae a bust ol Iriends,
Mr. and Mrs. Appiattata will be at
grey at mg otter 7R»1 scree, have not been
and Nr. Mltchrll ia a popular, well
. subscribed. Tin» la about 10 |>er cent of home al Klamath Falls after beptetn-
known young busirirM man of lliecoun
' the total area and 23 per cent of the pri ber first.
ty. Th« young couple «ill make their
Intitre home in A.hland. Or., ami their
Lower Klamatb Lake cannot
many friends unite ui wishing them a
T ourlât Season Opens.
drained Without draining these tr«cte,
I >ng and happy life.—Yreka Journal.
arid it would be manifestly unfair to re
claim these tracts without cost to their
A* will he hotieed elsewhere ih thia
To and From tha Klamath Retort* owner*, and at the expense of the other
swampland owners. It can lie defin p«l*r, the announcement la made that
itely stated that the reclamation service trout fishing Will be another attraction
will nut undertake the work of reclaim- at Crater Lake thia year. A number of
Mrs Dr. White and Mrs.
| ing the water-covered area of Lower veers ago trout was put into the lake as
lock returned Munday from The I*afg*
Klamath Lake unless and bntil, the an experiment to see if they would live.
at Pelican Bay, where they have been
tracts mentioned have been siibecril*d Each year they have been Increasing,
enjoying a ten day«’ ramping trip.
to your aasoeiatiou and th« rlpariun until now they are quite plentiful.
Mrs Walter Ixnnni and children and
rights incident thereto waived, fibould
Bnperintandent Arant also announces
Mrs. Walter Marple left Bunday lor
the Kerns and Miller tracts remain un that the new road on the south side of
Odessa for a two wreka camp.
subscribed indetiintrly. the work of re the mountain is no* open for travel.
Mrs. C. If. Withrow and daughter claiming fziwer Klamath latke would I He uvi that the snow is now about all
Winnie, returned Bunday from Odessa have tn twr indefinitely postponed. This gone and that there are quite a good
Mrs. B. St. Geo. Bishop and her guest would lie a regteiable situation but one many visitora coming in.
Mrs. Thwaites arrived h.itn« Bunday Iwyotid the control of the Kervic«.
Yours very respectfully,
from an outing at Odense.
(Bd.) J. B, Lirnircott,
A Roosevelt Family.
< ary Hamahy and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred I,. Houston, Mr. fxivelaro of
Use« Knife on
The Ashland Elk«
Get Their Charter
••Kelly" Mitchell Married Kerns Holding Up Recla
mation of Swamp l^ands
Balvm, and Mias idly Atnett sent to
Odessa the first of ths week lot «h out
ing. They will hypnotise the lish and
game with music from their mandolins
Notice 1» hereby given that there «re
fund* in tha County Treasury for the
redemption of all Klamath County War
If yoq have beauty come «nd we'll
rants protested on and prior to April
take It, If you have none come and we'll
21, 1902. Interest on aanie will cease
make it.—Baldwin Studio.
from this date.
Rated at Klamath Falla, Oregon, thia
13th day vf July, 1900.
YOU WILL ALWAYS BE WELCOME
L. Alva Lewi»,
Wanted—A cook at the Pioneer Hotel,
at Bly, Oregon. Wager $50 a month.
Apply at once. W. F. Reed.
Mr. and Mr«. P. B. McCollum
family of Keno are registered at
lakeside Inn to-day. Mr. McCollum is
HS year« old «nd in perfect health and
hi« family ia one that would please our
President. It consist* of the following
ten children! Mr«. E. H. Cooper, Mr».
W. A. Preston, Mr«. 8. P. Oliver, Mrs.
J. A. they, Mr*. C. W. Wilson, Mis«
McCollum, C. J. McCollum and Wm.
McCollum, of Keno and Mr*. Morton, of
Phoenix, Oregon, and Mr«. Charles
Wright, of Haaon, California.
L- Alv« Lewis.
Fine new jewelry.
TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL GOODS
NE&X'T SIXTY ÖÄYjS
FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES,
EXTRA RUBBERS AND CAPS
Where you will always find a complete and up
to-date line of
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Ladies and (¡eats Furnishings
Beautiful line of Men’s Fancy Vests just arrived
35 per cent reduction sale on all Shirt Waifts, Kimonos and ready to
L Jacobs de Co.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Black and Dark Blue Alpaca, regular price 50 cts per yard
SATURDAY, 35 cents per yard
Light and Dark effects in Wool Summer Suitings, regular,
40, 50, and 60 cents per yard
SATURDAY, 25 cents per yard
50 Ladies Lace Collars, regular values 35 to 60 cts
SATURDAY, ¡0 cents
Come In and get our prist* examine our goods
Yours for busine««, THE BOSTON STORE.
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will give extra bargains in all lines of
Clothing, Dry and Fancy Goods,
Hosery, as well as Groceries,
Hardware, Paints, Wall Paper