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Otllclal Newspaper of Klamath
County and Leading Journal
of the Interior Oregon Country,
W. !-. ARANT INJURED
The Largest Circulation and Is
the Best Medium for Reaching
a Prosperous and Trading Public
KLAMATH FALLS. KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 29, 1906
I HOMAS LAVLRICK
TAX ROLL OF
MURPHY TO TAKE
RAILROAD MAN HERE
CHARGE ON APRIL 1 J. L. Buell, T. F. and P. Agent of
Ills Effort to stop a llorse Resulta In Ulen at lite llume ol Illa Daughter
Sei loua Addent
S. P. In Town
A a Project Engineer-H aa a Splendid
Last Saturday, about I ; 10 in Ilin after
J. L. Buell, travelling freight and |M*-
neon, W. F. Arant, Supt-rinUmdent ol
Thoma» Ijivrrivk dir<! at the homo ol
senger agent of the Southern Pacific
th. Crater Lake traurve, met altli an his daughter, Mrs. J. V. Houston, at 1
was in Klamath Falla this week. R.
•cci'leiil that tin■■aU-lie.l for a tune to ««'cltMk Wednesday morning. Ihaili
On April 1st. I). W. Murphy will cam« her. in company of C. N. Hawk,
result fatally, lie, with one of hl. soli, wan virtually «lue to old age, Mr. Lav*
aiisiim. the duties of Project Knginrar.
This is not Mr. .Murphy’s first experi. ins, president of th. Klamath Cana)
•lid a liirr.t uian us assistants ••riik having reached the hUtb mile ¡»»st
enea in the K lamatli basin. He was Com|iany. Hia visit waa for th. pur.
were In the corrali al lii. finnin near of life's journey.
here for aliout Hire* months last year fMiee of combining business with pleas
Flue I• rove, “cutting nut" horsM. Mr.
Mr. laiverick was l>orii in Yorkahire,
on preiiiuinsrv work, and secured a ure, and taking adrantagwof an oppor-
Arant wa. .taixluig In the open gute, England, Nov. 13,
pretty general idea of conditions here.
This haa been la-gely added to bv his tunity Pi become thoroughly aajunintad
wlieu one | imi tieiilarly fracliou. animal America in 1H IV. H” msdu hi» home
with the I»» Angeles office with, as he expressed it, "the moat
lailt.xl lor the o|M'oing. Mr. Arant at- in Pennsylvania and Ohio until lMN’.*,
for nearly a year as Assistant Supervis talked oi section o( the const.” Mr.
t«!iiplH<l to lo ad him *>ff. but l*liri*l«—t by ahen luissa attracted se»l by the gobi
ing Engineer, so that he stejai into the Buell like most all railroad boys, is “acw
s-zciietfient and fuar, ilo- animal paid no viuitvmvnt. 11« located in l^uiivillv, I
saddle fully equipped to take up the
reins and drive ahead th. completion of high” as a good fallow, »nd while hero
live.1 to hüt «■fTitrl». H.alizliig ton late siirre ho rihiuimel until ItMJA, when
made many iriemia for Lintrelf and th«
greatest project on th. const.
that the hora» would not .lop, the Hu camo t«i Klamath Fulls, airicu u)
Mr. Murphy is a comparatively young company he repr • its. ttuf u. reavia*
jterinlemlent matto an lucif.s-tiial vfforl lune ho ba« made hia imino with
man, foil of vim and energy. He has lie said:
THIS AMOUNT MAY BE INCREASED
Co get out nt Ills way, but he was Pat and Mr«, Houston.
from the Stanford Univemty, of which
“I hav. been anxiona to oom. to
is a graduate, the degree of Ph. D.
Isle, un.t rJ>e ,nlm«* flit fritti full force
Hr HUM prominent meml«-r of th«
He was for several years AMi»tant Pro Klamath Falls for sometime, tor thoro
kmuklng him nearly twenty feet away. ¡.<t ‘i F., tinder whose auspicirs In-
I THE ASSESSOR SHOULD EXER
fessor in Physics in Stanford University U no section of th. coast tlmt is more
The force ol the iminiel was so great I fuiicr.il s a« conducted fr«»m iho < >|i MT4 I *
and has also spent some time studying discnasr-d than thia one is. I bad a
that the horse was knocked
et ID o'ciouk thia morning.
Since 1900 he has been continuously general idea of conditions here, but I
PREPARATION OF THE
till« in i^'A'Ivillr hr www Mrervtary of
in engine* ring. In 1901—2 he must conies, that I am surpriawi at
When hi. win rem heti Inin, Mr. the <'si I'omitu Lodge ui I. O.O.I. fur
BY -OFT! Ml «T.”
BY BERYL BALLARD
had charge of the drainage of alkali what I have seen. The opportunities
Arant Mi uncoil»* nine, in wlia li eon-
land« and Construction engineer lor the aro almost unlimited, and this ooonty is
«lllion he reiuained for over 12 hours.
The snow 1» all gone in the south part '
Mins Bertha Hammond started to American Beet Sugar Company. Since bound to be one of the most populous in
Dr. elusion was euinnioned from tin.
of tin- valli-y and farming lias corn- ' Incorrect Descriptions and Mme» I school Monday morning. As Mita that time he lias been engaged in oon-
Many who know ol my trip
city, ami every onori was male to aid
Hammond has been and wished to con st ruction.
Add to the Confusion and
In 1904 he entere<l the Reclamation here are waiting my return to ascertain
Che injured man.
service, and iiis assignment to this pro my opinion of it, and I am quite sure
wa» crowding the season by plowing the
that study has been organized.
I m «1 reporta are to the «Inri that Mr.
ject is sufficient evidence ol his success,
Mi«» l.aura Nelson resumed her High lor it is the invariable rule of the gov when I tell them how things stand her.
Arant is et til in a aeriou. condition, but
Hcbool Work Monday.
1 >an Conner, of swan lake, was in the
ernment to have only the lasst of en a large numlier will pay thia place s
nuiras complications wt in, Ina ultimate
“Now, to la* perfectly frank with you,
valley last Friday.
The question for the debate Friday gineers in direct charge of the work-
visit. All a man who is seeking a good
recovery is aaatirod
The Hildetirnnd arliool commenced on i that projn-rtv is not a»**«»»ed for mure afternisiu is, ftesolved, That the Feder
investment lias to do is to come hers,
Monday, with Mi»» Drew as teacher.
than one-foarth its value.” Hucli was al immigration laws nhould be so con
•«nne pUnaol artjori were devised, doubt-
The election on the public school bond and if he can’t find something to meet
The Socialists will hold their quarter tlie honest statement made to Sheriff structed as pi give all aliens the same
lv»« the people would, by their votes, ly meeting al I’eter Fi-t.ratetneps place
MORE ABOUT ELEC
chance fur admission to the United queation was held Tuesday, and carried his requirements, be is hard to plesas,
I piip|M>rt thvir plana. Clear lake and near fiiurv on next Sunday, April 1st, ! j Obenchain Tuesday afternoon in the Htates.
by a vote 34 to J. On the queation as to I am glad I come, and I shall certainly
TRIC HOL AIR ROADS llurarlly would generate power for the Many |a-oplu Irotu the valley were in - presence of a II chi bi . iccx representative Crag ros poor ocogmiv lessox .
whether tlie work should be continued .repeat niy trip before long.”
< u«itrrn ball of the county, not only for Bonanza on Sunday attending the irri by a prominent citizen of Klamath Falla Two cups full of patience,
Mr Buell has devoted a great deal of
by day labor or let by contract, it was
when be come bi |av taxes on his prop- A big lump of grit
time to excursions io and arnond
Fiiiro. Kxrt hi ic im —A. •I.etric rail the road* but for witch other imluMlriuN gation meeting.
It was so unu.nal, that those who Four long propositions
The »[»-lling ninteh came off at the , erty.
ways mviii . now to l»< • rw*t hot i..uc it« will iteod to l»e rrttiibh«ihed. T. K.
33 to 3. Inasmuch as there ia only Klamath Falla, and gathering informa,
Dairy miiiail tiouae last Friday, It was ‘1 beard it w ere naturally surprised. And That woulo make a head split
Dairy. .March ?!, 1904,
j about >45uO available, and the lowest tion that will be of assistance to him in
ami an any one who think« he can drive
well altehded. In two wrake. Friday, , who would not lie? And yet this did A well worked theorem
An axiom or two
•*T. K” I* correct. "Financier« have i tpril <>. will la- th. next one,
A quill ia |M»rnnit<«l to Lav«« In« nay, I'm
1 and only bid is for «9,920, the board haa the future. He is pretty well posted on
Three originals, one problem
encouraged to «>fYrr aom« remark« on to l»e rhoun" before they put up a dob
J. W Siemens, of Klamath Falls, was 1
decided to have as much work done as the outlook, and ia quite .nthuaiaatic in
did an examination of the Assessment That you've studied al I thro
the atibjccl. In thia country, railway* lar. 11 ia very doubtful il a road could mil in the valley lust Tliur-tay and Fri.
the funds in band will pay for, and at bis praise of what he found here.
There may have been some pretty Four hours of the night
haiking up land. I understand that roll.
are built by individuals « ailed flock* la* financed before th« completion of the day
the same time put the building in such
lie is acting aa agent for California par- I badly prepared rolls in the past, but A scolding at morning
¡»older«, a ho organiae I hem »al ve« into a prraent government plan«, lor under tn-- 1 have aim-« learned that he pur. ,
shape that it can be uecxl lor classes.
I none so laid ns the present. It is im When you feel like a fright
<«»nipaiiy. A« 1» mual, tin* company preaent ««»ndtimmi the government La» i baai-d the land ownod by Mrs, O. A.1
A scowl from I’rofe »or
Secretary Applegate of the Water
ha« not auflicient inonev, ao it ituiuca llr»t lien, and iluancier* are not noted Stearns.
When we stand at the board
Users’ Association baa rereived a re
.1. It. 11-,rmng, the real eslat,i man of found to properly convey an idea uf thia Is all the thanks
l^Hida < mortgage« i on th«’ p»'»p • -«♦«! r<»a«l; for their amiety to hold w«>nd mort
Klaiuath Falls. »»« out in the valley thing that was turned over to the Sher- That be can afford
quest for information, data and instruc
theae are then dq I«I in the money urn- . gage». hew realise that it would coat last
The Board of Supervising engineers
week, th* wua baiking for liotne- I iff on February 3, and supposed to 1« a Take this each morning
tions for the information and conduct
trtf to •<•«uro th«« r«’»l of the Uioiivv | 110.UM) per mile or more—to build nnd •leads on winch Im could purchase re
met in thw city yesterday, to consider
the petition of the landowners under
Then out «»I the • artilng« •*( the road the equip mi ei«H tru one. Aaaociation own* linquishment».
By the end of the week
ertv in Klaiuath county. It is not a You'll
project. This is a well deserved com the upper project. The Braird of direct
surely lie cured.
Tom Michael »»« down to the rar»
interest on ’I,«
Loud« mnwt I m « paid «•rabip 1* a good idea, but it ia h plan
of <*orrect •«•••»Bent, and cannot l«e mat!«
Mrs. Alex Martin and Mra. W. Scott pliment to Mr. Applegate, for hia or. of the Water Users’ Association
tadore atockhullvr* «an recriv»« divi that cannot I«« executed atone« or with •iituidav and returned with a I-Ltd
so, unless the work is done over again vi-ited the Literary Society Friday method ia conaiJered to tie the moat laid the facta before them, ami th. en
dends on their stock. It la also urual out the uuiavahiig <•( lota of legal real
gineers announced their intention to
pave Shook went down to KlamattL from the beginning.
compléta and thorough of any in uae visit Clear lake and the country to bo
t<> act aside each year u certain amount tape, an then* ia |io law for the Falls on Ueilneseay, returning on sat-j
irrigated therefrom. After a thorough
e» a sinking fund to |«y of! the bond» A*a<M*iati«»n to engage in •tied» operations, urday. “
11«* • gut a ■ iia«*k • • load • of ‘ tUh
worked every day, Sundays included, morning during which Professor J. G. with him, and be haa reason to fell •Kamination, they will take th. whole
when due. Thus if the bonds run ’JU nnd the Itoclainatiun Service aaya that while at DvUip Anderaun’s place at the j
under advisement, and maka
and every evening since he lias received S|ieech. He spoke oi the natural won proud of the result of hia la bora.
their amount it shall t.->t engage in other enterprirt a Gap.
their recommendation to the Chief en-
ders of the United States, but principal
Mrs Jaoob Hueck went down _
would l»e fvt a«idu each tear. It 1» now until the work in paid for. •«•[E d .]
ii n • • .1
. i gineer. When this will be done, no out
II. Boivin, the plumber, who has for, . an nf at this lime.
Klaiimtli lulls mi Monday. Sin* i- a He has added to Ida roll nearly floO.tDO ly of the Evergladm of Florida.
evident that railways are m t built u|a»n
-ial,-i I *li* S|...
Lr*-- ol thia valtev. I i wrurth el prope.-iy ami '.’.lea ted Pearly
The ninth grade class are taking sn some weeks been arranging to open up ‘
•’luitli** a« F«gwd»rttah** '» > «•<•»♦* tofornMl
1 ,h" w k '> 13.000 in each, that -hd i.**t ipptsr oa examination on the Autobiography of an establishment in tbia city, arrived
C. M. Crore, one of the largest bank«
in »«•tiling tlivir property intfiv»t» H
us Uontractora su I th<* r in«*u, a*« well
last week. He has coming a large stock ere in California, and a director of the
"• of till« pi
n«thr mak« < < of car», rails, and motor*,
The High School entertainment com
Lttnih Hu» LrL! lit Kiuotath Fnlb on La» been «»«eered for the past fifteen mittee lias begun work for another en of plumbing goods, and will carry a full California Northeasto-n, was in town
inUMl l*e | mu <I hi the coin of tlie train).
I I ii« » iay i«»r tliMt p«ir|xM»t*.
year*. It ie »cAttered from one end of tertainment which will be given in the line of the Ftaudani Manufacturing several days this week looking over the
We may E«*it learn that *■.*,«.-«»l»rii»h,**
I aid iiiiui !<.« <1 Hi.it in thr
• 1 c<»unty to tLo other, end shows either near future.
Company’s g'xxia. As soon as bis stock ground. He waa well satisfied with the
' <Iptimiwt’* and “Chaparral,” of)er to Mtbkrt. rh« depurliHf'iit 1- i ur« v n owin-rsliip of the lioise that is ill ciiante
c , .
Professor Swan on seeing symptom arrives, which will be in a few daya, he outlook,
gro*» carelessness or absolute incompet-
linild, r<pHp and O|x>rate these tails ays vnlutitwr affAir, uii'i ••!»«» 1 •! !>•• uppTt- ol the assistant 1ml.mi agent, ami is
of spring fever among the students gave« Bill be fully equipped for all kinds of
'*“» P>»t‘ <>' «*>» assessor,
Hon. Geo. T. Baldwin, who waa in
for us uith hot sir. Nay, the future «•«I liberally when they give un enter- I launisl bv tlm B. ck Bros., <>l this val- ell<T
ns a mild lecture Tuesday morning.
work iu hia line.
Frisco attending the meeting of the
liiftorian tnuy wntc, '*Nag<-l»rmdi*'»aid. tuin tuent of tliic kmJ. it hl.oui«! not Judgment for $IHI or the
horse and »kt gentleman w hose word, bead this arti-
¡el there lx- railways, ami there weir a!ip your memory that Ibr !«>%> who , damages. Tin» decision is received * I j cli*. was assessed for four times what it
Charles Fattee, the well known and Hardware Dealers association, returned
COME AND SEE US.
make up H im brjgailu may b<* «■( very I with approval throughout this valley. |
hustling real estate agent of Bonanza home Saturday.
i ought to Is*, The other at, according to
Now this is not saving that the peo- Viihiabh* Ahwiftiinrv 1» you any moment, I I bay«* no doubt but what tlm assistant
L ost —Childs necklace, between Opera
The Times is pleased to note the was in town Tuesday, returning borne
his own stateuier.t, one-fourth its actual
pie cannot or »ItouM not buil«l theae ’ ami by their rff >rtn iuve you from great i rights III retaining tlm aniiniil.
change of tone in the Klamath Falls Re Wednesday morning. Mr. Fattee says house and West side on Main street.
, value, another piece worth $10,000 was publican since E. J. Murray has taken
roads, ¡hit they need t«« •»«•« the matter tin a nei al loo. i( not ymir life. Human
Tim neiglibora aro assisting Hans assess<*d at $2,1X10. None of the proper- editorial charge. The Republican was be knows the Bonanza country is going Finder leave same at tbia office and re«
tn its true light. There ran I«’ no qtirf
Sterlz biiil.l his uew house, us his old | ty in the first addition to Klamath Falls a good n.wtqiaper under W. O. to grow, and liases his knowledge on the ceive reward.
fioti that sr need them <»r that they kifi'l until neeeneity f«>r«w«a them to nt* ime was de troved by tire some time
large number of inquiries be gets re
For the swellrat lines of dress goods,
; has l*een aaix ssed. $20,000 is jierhape a Smith, its late editor. A live and up-
w ill pay. (hircounly could guarantee the trillion, but the piojior time to »»how sgu.
to-date newspaper will attract more at garding realty in that section. He was call at the Novelty Store. Latest pat.
tention toward a town and community accompanied by Frank balsido.
¡ximls am! f<> make them readily ».liable Hpprri iutuni ia on occasion* like thia,
I- l.it, took his wHe ami iliihl lo Bimimza. , these nre not isolated case». A careful and do more in building up a country
in the financial centers. If »nfe ami lilve th«» lM<ya n good l»«MMt,
The latter haa Im, n ill lot some Huie examination of a small part of the roll than any other agency. But a luke
and will lie treate-l by Dr. Johnson.
I produced many more. Nor is thia all. warm or indifferent publication does not
List Tuesday evening Emile Flackns Incorrect names and initials and die- gieserve the support of a community. A
newsjiaper'a responsibility does not
siiflerv'l i painful accident. The cellar
di-or had bec-amc swollen by the damp criptiona are to l>e found throughout the cease when it gives tlie local happen
«e uber nnd while trimming it with a entire list, producing such a chaotic con ings. It should have something to sav
jack knife bis hand slipped and tin* dition that it has liamjiered the collec about its town and tlie territory it it
knife entered hi« leg. Dr. Johnson of tion of taxes and burdened the Sheriff supjxwed to represent. So far Mr. Mur
lost no npi>
opportunity to boost for
Bonanza was summoned. At lust re-
i noil the wound wu« healing nicely and with endless work. That it has not cost Klamath Falls and t the
Emile is able to la* alanit again.
the tax payers thousands of dollars ia town will appreciate his efîortk.
Line to the indefatigable energy of the now if he will irake a visit out this wav
II. M. Rice, representative of the Nor Sheriff and hie deputy and their con- and lake in Whitelake, Merrill and Bo
nanza and take a look at the rich val-
ris Safe A fxick (’oiiipuny, of Ixw* An seientious diseharge of the trust im- ley. surrounding the», towns he will
geles was in the city last week. He has I poaed on them.
find S'unetiiing to tall hi. readers that
will interest the man who is looking for
sold to the Klatnalli Comity Bank two
This is a serious matter. It ia a
burglar proof Manganese steel safes, one question that strikes at the pocket book a home outside of the county seat and at
the same time will make many friends
We are still at the Front with
fur use in the bank here, and one for of every property owner in the county— for the Republican in these valleys.
use in the new bram-h of this institution ilcmocrat ami republican alike. It The Times extend a special invitation
which will be <qH*ncd in Merrill, April 1. lifts itself above parties to the plane of to Mr. Murray to come and see us.—
Suit» Made to Measure from $13.50 up
Whitelake Times. Hutchiirs. It will J
Don't forget to come in and look hi addition Im sold them a vault and straight bueinuss principles. It means Thanks, Brother
safety deposit boxes for Merrill, and
Swell Line of Samples to Select From
our stock and prices over before pur i Iwixes for use in the bunk in this city. an additional burden placed on the not lie long before you will see us in
shoulders of those who aru assessed and
chasing elsewhere. We hold to the The equipment ia considered to be the who have paid their taxes. No on. Whitelake. It has bran our intention ,
old adage that; “A Handfull of Good finest on the market, and will furnish knows how much property has been from the first to visit every section of I
Deeds is worth more than a Bushel slisohite security against both burglar left off the list, and then* will nndoubt- this county, for we are aware of its I
great posûbilitie. and the cliancaa it of
end fl re.
<*dly be much that wilt be overlooked.
of Good Words.”
fers for the l.umeseekere and investor.
The Lake Comity Examiner seems The question naturally arises: What
Our DRY GOODS and GENTS
After years spent in visiting nearly
somewhat disappointed because it could would tlie tax-rate be if it had all been
FURNISHING LINE is complete, find no reference in the columns of the placed on the roll and an equitable as every state in the I’nion we have no
hesitancy in saying that Klatuath coun
and our SHOE department is the Klamath Fulls papers regarding a storm sessment made?
most up to date and largest said to have passed over this section a The roll for the coming year is in ty to-day offers more and better oppor
The Peer of All
| coupla of weeks ago. They got hit course of preparation. 1» the aauie con tunities than any other section wo know
stock in Klamath County
of. and it shall always l>e our effort to
- pretty hard over them and evidently dition going to prevail in regard to this
HEDIUH PRICED SHOES
Yours for Business
bring before those interested, the ad
■ tlm editor of the Examiner feels a little one, too? It should not. If the assessor
In all the Latest Style
vantages of this section, trying to oc
sore from his exercises with the snow cannot discharge the duties of his office
cupy the position of th. person who
Leathers and Shapes
shovel. The storm was of little conse properly, he should have it done. Tlie
wants information, and placing the
quence here, and not worthy of notice. new list w ill be more complex than ths
facts from that view|>oint.
When we get n dose like t|mt dished up one now in the Sheriff hands, and if the
The Republican will know no favorite
If You want a Swell and Com
to Brother Metzker and his neighbors, same degree of carelessness or incompet
sections or towns in the county. It is
why there will be something to say ency is (ollowed in its pre|mration th. for the upbuilding of it as a whole, real- '
fortable pair of Shoes, get
tax payers of the county whose naiues t
izing that every new settler, whether in
Fever takes tiiuiev Matthews, tianey will appear on it may expect to pay
a pair of Walk-Overs
town or country, helps Klamath Falls a
Muttliews diesl at hia home in this city more than their just share of taxes.
little. We will come and see you, and
at 4:30 Friday nfteruiMin, March 10.
we will always be glad to do what little
The deceased was well known through E. B. RAMSBY INJURED
we can for Whitelake, or any other town
out thia country, and had lived in Eu
The Very Latest Creations in
in th. county.
gene all hia life, lie was 40 years of
While E. It. Itainsby of Merrill waa
age, nnd leaves bosid.e his parents, live
engaged in dehorning cattle nt hi* home
brother», two sisters, a wifi* and two
The Novelty Store extends a cordial i
Tuesday morning, he sustained a fraet-
daughters. He’s a brother-in-law of
ure of the right leg. Jle had disjioseil of invitation to the ladies of Klamath Falls
Mr. John Hellers of Fort Klamath, also
all th<* unmanageable cattle and waa put 1 and county to visit our store on Satur-
a brother-in-law of J. D. Beller, that
ting the finishing touches on the family J day, March 81 and see our fine display '
died in Silver Lake a few months ago of
cow, a gentle well-behaved animal, when ■ of the latest creations in millinery.
We are Leaders in Swell Hats
He wishes that, like his
•' Strictly In II :
typhoid fever.—Eugene Guard.
she entered a vigorous protest, pinning
father, and his big brolhsr, he oould wear s
Geo. E. Washburn of Mau Francisco
The Klamath Development company Mr. Itnnisliy against the wall and in arrived here Tuesday evening. He be- j
line sold n large tract ol the Koamee flicting an injury that a ill keep his leg gan to-day to plat the B. N, Mitchell i New Line of Mens Shirts and Ladies Shirt Waists just in.
Nothinglbiit First-class Up-to-ixite
land, to a party who intends starting a in splints for many weeks. Ur. Merry ranch adjoining town.
model dairy thereon. There is utiques- man waa summoned from this city and
carried at this store
Wfl h«v9 all th« latest styles
tinned nv<*<l (or such an enterprise, and reduced the fracture, latest report is display Saturday, March 31st at the . Our Hobby is GOOD GOODS
in Soft and Dei by slopes.
it is sure of success from the start.
that Mr. Hornsby is resting easily.
S150.000 OF PROPERTY UNASSESSED
TO PAY THE
PRICE OF INCOMPETENCE
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
MENS AND BOYS
THE BOSTON STORE
il i q*ç
Gilt Edge and 400 IIA1 u