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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1906)
Official Newspaper of Klamath
County and Leading Journal
of the Interior Oregon Country.
the Best Medium for Reaching
a Prosperous and Trading Public
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL a6, 1906
5 VOL. TO PORTLAND
Citizens Indignant at Or
der of Bristol to l ake
Records from County
The Largeet Circulation and la
IN HOT SPRINGS TRACT
Receives the Nomination for United Mother Stanslaus Secures Fire Is Now Out and Work of Clear
Property for Sisters’
States Senator by Majority of
iri£ away Commenced Prepara
426 Over H. M. Cake.
tory to Rebuilding.
Official* and taxpayer* of Klamath
It i* now an assured fact that the
county are tlnoply Indignant at thu ac
Catholics will build a magnificent hos
PLACES AFFECTFD BY THE EARTHQUAKE
tion of W. C. Bristol, 1‘mti-d State* Dis HAWLEY, WITHYCOHBE, BENSON AND STEELE
pital and school in Klamath Fall*.
trict Atteim-y at I'ortliind, in suliis-ona
Rev. .Mother Stanr»lan*, provincial
ing (’fUiBt V < ’ll•» I- <'! I •tain t•» np|M*nr I m *
■uperiores* of the J ran. i»< an Sister» of
Han Jose—Badly damaged, fata, »3.000,000. Killed, 1ft.
tl»<* >■«•«!<• 1 al k1« tn«! Jury Ml Purtlnml,
received the euitgraliilatioiut of hi* the West, arxotnj-. »led by Sister Kilian,
8*n Franciaco— Destroyed. I mm , »1,000,000,OOt). Killed, 1000.
«n<! l‘> take w itli lihti flvn volum«« >>l thr
three competitor*, who concede Ilia nom arrived here last Thttraday from Pend
Henutor, »bort term. F. W. Mill-
lute Angeies— Not even a window broken. Killed, non«.
dvuwl tu «1 inortgagn reciinl« o!
ination ami promt»« llwir heartj'support.
Banta Rosa—Total wreck. lew», unknown. Killed, 45.
•I im coimry. M r. CliBMtain »ent m telr-
K-nalor, long term, Jonathan
George A. Steel, of < lackama* county, M-curwl from the Hot Shring* Improve
Hollister—Severely damaged. lx»*, »100,000. Kill*!, I.
grrniii Iu Uri’htf, prutr*liii|c
protalily woo out for Slate Trea* ment Company five acres in the Hot
Santa Crus—Serious damage. Low, unknown. Killed, none.
moving lbe rf< <)t'!M (rum the county and
itrer over Ralph Hoyt, ol Portland, by a Spring* tract, upon which grounds will
Congressman. Flr*t District, W
Reno, Nev.—Thia place i* safe. The earthquake was not felt here.
«•king if urrtifii’ l rupiuM of thu illftrii
very rtnall plurality. Ihere ia some !>« laid out and a magnificient brick hos
Portland—This city scarcely felt the shock of the earthquake. No damage
Buunt* required Mould not wiv»*. He
chance that complete returns may show
Congressman, Second District,
waa done here.
rtnwivrd Iu lejlv n |M*r«*m|dor) com
Hoyt a winner, but the protmbility ia The pl«n* of the Sistersfinclitde a school
W. It Kills.
Petaluma—Thi* town is in splendid condition.
maud to bling the I mmi I o , mid Indng In
that Stvel’a lead will im-reaae rather which will lie built in the near future
Governor, Jsmes Withycomhr.
Glen Ellen—The Home for Feeble Minded here was terribly damaged by the
doubt mj * Li Ina <iuty under the «inmn-
than grow les*.
Secretary of State, F. W Benson.
earthquake. None of the inmates were injured.
•tai 1 cm, ho atmtrd )»«rdtiy moriiHig
It illia 8. Dani way, of Portland had a church. This derision ol the Franci*-
Flute Treasurer, G A. Steel.
Sebastopol—The Knowles hotel here i* a wreck.
(or Purtiand with thu record«.
cian Mister* will mean an investment of
walkover lor State Printer.
Supreme Judge, Itolieri Eakin.
Sacrameuto—This city is in tirst-cla»* condition and was scarcely damaged by
Were the taking oi thmo record« n<*c.
Geo. II. .Merryman ami IL I'. Belknap something like «lOU.QOU ami will lie ol the earthquake.
Fii|»-riiiieiidvtit Public Instruc
•••ary, there would have I m rn no pro.
had no opposition lor Stale ltrpre«enta- lusting lieuetlt to Klamath Falls, a* the
tion, J. II. Ackerman.
San Lui* Obi»fs>—Report* no serious damage there nor south of there. Day
tael from an)«*mq «Ifingwrou« im the pre-
ttve lor Itlia dlstric t, on eithet the Repub Sister* never do anything by halves.
Mute piinter, W. K. Ihtniwav.
very hot. Report* a lake of hot water covering 12 to 15 acres near Salina* where
cede nt ia, l>ut there ia no am h Mteeaany,
While here Mother btam-slau* pur-
lican nr f h-imrerattc tickets, ami are the
Allortiei -Iietieral, A. M. Craw
no waler ever appeared before.
(or the ataliil«" •>! Oregon mix I ef the
chaaed a tract ol land in the Rvalue*
Gilroy—Suffer*! in about the *ame proportion to its six« as San Jos«. Nearly
I’aited Ftatea | rovide tbut rortiflc«|
In the county the Republicans nomi I ranch, to be used a* a farm for the hos all the building* tn Monterey street are down.
I.uG.r Commissioner, O. P. H■•IT.
C<ipim ul public rt < <jrda nhall ! m « gir«*n
nated II. A. Emmitt forjudge by a ma pital and sc I ksi I. The contract Las Ix-en
Blate l(i-piv»vniatives, George II.
Wrights—The big narrow-gague tunnel is caved in. Large fissures and
Credence •• ei idenrr. T«» «MVe the
jority ol 56 over A. L. Leavitt. Thia li-t for clearing and planting ■*) acres of ridge* are made.
gercrnmviiI thro<* or lour dollar« ex«
was thn only contested office on the j this tract and work commenced tolay.
County Judge, R. A. Emuiitt.
Monterey—Earthquake not no bad here. No damage at Monterey outside of
|«nae for err I Hint 1 copied, and to Mate
A temporary hospital will be opened
washing out railroad track* at Seaside and track covered with six feet of water at
•<>•>• govvrnm<*nt official» 11 little nnrk,
John B. Griffith leceived the l*emo- J here until tlie new building is construct Neponset.
Clerk, George Chastain.
the evidence of title to arvera! hundred
rratic nomination by the »111*11 majority | ed and Bister* will be sent here at once
Treasurer, I- Alva t<rwi*.
Boulder Creek—Not a chimney is left standing, while the destruction to
thmiaand dollars of p »-'| m i ! v it pl<u*ed
ol 13 Voles over B. St. Geo. Blehop. It' : to lake charge.
Kiirvi-vtir, M D. Williams.
pro|ierty cannot be estimated at this writing, but will undoubtedly run into the
in jeo|«rdy, and much huainrae of the
is not known whether .Mr. Griffith ia
Coroner, William Martin.
thousand* of dollars.
county w tied up.
or not but many re|>ubli-i
Del Monte—All chimney* crashed through roofs. Not many guest* in hotel
Thea«* volume««, to reach Portland, |
cat a predict that 13 will be an unlucky
■ t time. The chimney that fell into Romers’ room drove their Ix-d front third
liare tu uiake a journey ol
mile« I v
iu Th« Mspublirsn )
iiumla-r lor him. One of the surprise«
through to first ti ior. Mrs. Ilouzer was still alive at 10 o’clock, but doctors say-
I m < i , mountain »tagv r«Mid an I two rail-
Salem—Thm*>l*y 12:3U— Return* now of the election was the immense vote
only matter of few hour* till death occur*. Couple came from Benson, Arisons,
roa<! line«, ami havw to I m * taken out of
received allow that Jonathan Bourne l»illi-.| by Mr. Bishop in Klamath Falla.
tlioKlata*. They «in-in roiiat.ont jropardv 1
Instead of the regular Monday morn- j un bridal trip.
will receive the nomination for Senator Ilv received 16 more vote* than both of
Napa—A letter received by D. L. Haas, of tl>i* city, state* that the opera
from thu time tliry leave tlic Court I
clia|>el exercise* a meeting of tlie i
In a mnj. o it v <d 4-'<> over II. M. Cake. lua competitor* together. Tin* im-
of that city toppled over onto the Napa hotel and killed one man.
ttnuM*. am! if dmtrnyed or uiiltilatMl
The majority for the others are as fol m«-tia«< vole was due to hia ja-raoual ef student body was held. The subject of
Palo Alto—Stanford buildings in ruin*. Ixtss unestimated, two killed.
«•«Mild not I h * ri’plw rd Ek any amount of
Oakland—Seriously damaged. Loss, »1,000,000. Five killed.
money, fn tlo* ntvuntiine a*»atr«i4*tor4
Hawley Kb®: Witliymmbe fXJOj lien-
While Mr. Ib.hop ha* accepted with illscu***!. A field meet «a» decided
)x>s Gatos—Slightly damaged. lx»*, »30,000. None killed.
liare to wait, and real <*«tatn drala dr
Mill |i«S>. Fleet lui»; Crawford lOuU; out protest In. defeat, yet he fe.-la that iijKiu and ia to be held on Decoration
Agnew Asylum destroyed. 1»»*,-------- ; Killed, 110.
pending uj»on abatra 1«, are tied up.
an inju»ltce was done httn in the failure
Santa Clara—Badly wrecked. Ix>»s, »500.000. Killed, none.
Merlgagva recorded in any of the b«>oku
The High School entertainment will
E. J. Mreaar.
of the Judge* of elect lull to ojien the
Stockton, Modesto, Visalia, Freeuo, Bakersfield, Turlock, Merced all report
taken catitml I*- satislivd on llm margin,
Willis ('. Haw lev ba* rmt-ivivl the pull« at 12 o'clock. He claim* to have
•ml tl tin' iiistriiinxiit ita*lf G- lost ur
nomination for C.mgrr**man in the had ■*<» turn tn line waiting to vote for
San Joaquin valley and Sacramento untouched except Newman ami Ixst
•utspla,<-,l, laiitiol .«' »iitislu I *t all.
lxKal attorney* hair bean driving In kirnt District over Walter I.. T<»>«v, hi* him A* 1 wa« nearly one o'clotk la-fore I enjoyable trip to Bonanza last Friday Banos some damage.
Il <• Judges ami < Jerk* were ready to re
Salinas—The following report ltaa been received a» to the condition of the
to stsluU", rr|«>rt* ami digrsta, but rlo»e*t compvtiur.
Jainea Witliyc-.nibe lia» liven noml- ceive tlie vote*, moat of the«e men were ! ami Saturday.
find nothing bearing <»n t|n* matter,
railroad south to Salinas.
•r. a cmiijNdled to return to wotk without
The waler tank at Soledad I* a complete wreck. The warehouse at Graves is
they .■«»i».’1« I.- il.it thr la^-makrra nntml for Guveruur W1U1IL T- G*»r,
their limner* and many of them with-1 ■ nation Friday forenoon.
Mvver l otiieini-late I thr removal of pub uluae wcotwl.
demolished. The la- Poncet bridge is in bad condition. Tlie Jajaro bridge is
grades were made
lic record* from their pru|>er pl*.r. and
gone. Castroville bridge i* in a J>ad condition. There ha« lawn a wry heavy
« I We ate sorry to say that Miss Maud slide at Newria, beside* several other trifling damages.
that such removal tinder protest I,*« apparently wnn the Republican noun- 30 vote*.
Nail an I Mi-» Floren
Foster, two of
bvrti never ntt. nipt! J, for el«» thru
Every brick building in Salina* is damaged, some very seriously and other*
our most energetic and best students,
M I> Whit latch...
would have Is .-n 11 tat ton* 51 r, llnrtol '*
have left High acliool to fill position* only slightly. The new City hall escat»*i without any perceptible injury. The
(' I- Wilson ........
•ctiona at l*v*t nv'iu to hr unauthorised.
as teacher*. The student* wish them (two itories belonging to Ford and Stanford are reported down, as is also the po*t-
There is danger that if Mr. Bristol
; office, the Odd Fellows’ ball and Masonic Temple are badly shaken up, the The
Joe Grimes ........
1* allowe<l to establish this a* a precr
A jolly crowd of Hieh school students ater building is in a very dilapidated condition. One man killed himself iu sheer
Frank Grayl«el ..
dent, many of the public record* of the
made use of the Friday half holiday by terror.
W F Barrow*........
«■utility will !*• taken to ISirtlaml and re
At the Chittenden bridge the Southern Pacific Company ha* a large force of
taking a ride around Upper lake to Me-
tained there, |»>»’<iblv for months, in Klamath County Citizens Il W Walker.........
Cornack's, where they were joined by men employed and in very short time the rotul will again Ire in fir*t-claas »ha,«.
M rs F E Brow n
cluding tliv v<ilum«<a of devil* and mort
At San Luis Obispo the tremor was hardly felt and maiiv of tlie people were
Miss Maud Nail.
Mr» John Ratcliff
Send Help to Sufferers
gages in wldi-li instrument* are now la--
not awakened by the shuck.
Choice line of Cigars at Erank E.
ing rrs-oi l. il. For tin« reason citisen*
In Ruined Citv.
F ,M I nlier .........
of tin- county aro taking (tape to pro
(Continued on page 8)
G B !*av*laon.
test vigorously against llio ai tionaul Air.
lintel Burn»* ...
Tlie people of Klamath (County have Il W Hullun........
shown their gi-nermi» spirit l>v their re- Joe I abin......... ...
»|»m»e to the call for assiatance for the Joe Grime* ........
Mr. E. J. Murray, o^klamuth Falls, San Francisco sitflerers. Alsiut 1121® Mr» J D Grime»
and Mi** 11. \\ Kingston were tnarrinl ' nus raised by the citisen* ol Klaaiatli Hen E mu *................
Wednesday April 2-', I IMI in Portland. J Fall*, through the Otiambvt ol Com- Wayne Bassett..
The groom is the Editor ami manager of I ttterve, in a very *horl time, and over Hoy Paxton ...
the Klamath Republican ami during tlie ‘ |IU0 ha* lieen added to tin* sum by the Martin Orvenburg
F I. 1'. i <•
abort time lie lia» been in Klamath . |ieo|ilvof Mvriill nnd Illy,
Fall* ha* won thu hearty support ami , l’|»m advice, the original intention of II T Anderson....
«xmti<lei>oe of the j*-ople through hi» 1 "hipping Iteef waa abandoned and in- GeoOflield .........
•ocoe**ful management of the paper. . stead a car load ol flour, 85,Out) pound*. A Schortgvn . ...
M r. and Mr*. Murray are expected to | ordered from Ashland.
hour and 53 minutes after the order was
arrive here Sunday evening.
as* received the car was loaded and
Subcription* from Bly, forwarded by
ready htr shi)munt, and went forward S. ('. Ilaimiker, P. M.
Saturday evening. A ear of |Hitatm-» 8 0 Hamaker ............................... »5.00
Mr. John Colwell of Merrill and M imi «as ordered from Sacramento, hut as Fred E Stalilman...........................
Mary Pojw, of Shasta valley, Mere the supply there was exhausted, they Frank Obenvhain...........................
(lliited in marriage at the Catholic were *hip|>v<l from the Willamette val W W Smith ...................................
Church in Uii* city on Ttteiday Apiil 24, ley Saturday morning. Tim shipment Bloomingcamp Bros.......................
was made to General Funston. Many John W Wells....
Ieoh by Father Fetial.
The young couple are well nnd favor boxe* of clothing «erg sent to the city, Mrs I’hoebe Well*
ably known in Klamath county. The besides private coiitrnnttitjns to friend* W W Finley.........
groom living a »uaceuful rancher resid- who lia l loat everything nnd were in Amos Lundy..........
need. A numlier of the Elk* of this city Timm*« Garrett..
Uc near Merrill.
raised about «2.50 nnd forwardeil it to Archie Evan*.
the lodge in Han Francisco to lie used in Lillie Brow it. ..
Joe Howard Safe.
assisting brother* there. lavie contri Martin Perry.
Friends of .1. W. Howard, who have buting* received by the Cliamlier of Lotti* Pankey..
Further Jas McFnrren.
I m « h unable to gut any new* of him, Commerce lire given lielow.
for Fred Gillmore
will te pleased to learn that Im i* safe,
F 11 Moore. ..
Word was received last evening from sitnilnr distribution.
Bnbscriptions from Merrill, forwarded L Leonard.......
Harry Momyer saying that hl* father
C H llughca...
Itad seen .Ine mid that Im was living inn by B. 11. Anderson, Postmaster.
teat out far from their residence. The MrsT.I OfllehL.....
Mooiyor* live nbmit four mile* from It U Anderson X........
Market street. They lost their storenl- .1 W Ask ...................
Additional sutucription«, Klamath
ttwmgb their home wa* only «lightly J K Hughey.................
damaged. With thu Momyer* aro J. II. tl A Kntulhow...........
1.00 Dr 11 B Hargit*............................... »5J®
<’wm pl v 11 and wife and Mr*. W. E. Qb|ie Geo Wilson.................
1.00 Mr* I Scott Taylor.........................
and cJiildren, formerly of KUuuith I, Gerlwr ..................
Receipt* from Mcntner excursion, a« i
county. They wore all living in tern«. TA Kalis.....................
2.00 |»-r returns from Klamath Like Navi-
F 8 Rrandotl...............
8.00 galion Company..
Rev. W.G. Smith attended the regu
Mr W. K. Bowdoin contributed ad*
J H Davis.....................
lar Spring meeting of the Prehytery of
1.00 vertising for this excursion.
Southern Oregon, st Oakland, Ore., last
K 11 Kd(ol .................
week and was elected Stated Clerk and
Kebeckah Called Meeting-
8 X Martin.................
Treasurer. An adjourned meeting will
Rcrt Davis .................
bo held at Medford, May 2nd, to exam
J II Martin.................
To the memlier* of Prosperity Rel>ek-
ine and orualn Geo. D. Ryer«, who grad
1.50 •h Lodge, No. UM; A meeting ha*
uates from the Ban Anselmo Seminary
Wm Akins .................
1.00 been called for «even o'clock, aharp, at
• ltd has already been aaaigned to the
G W Jury.....................
2.00 A. O. U. W. Hall, on Saturday evening,
Foreign field. The Full meeting will al-
1.00 April 28, 1900, for the purpose of voting
ao lie hold in Medford.
John G Patterson....
1.1» relief to Itelieka’s of the I. O. O, F. of
Wstch for those "Gage” Lata at Mr«. A F Chihine.................
Jennie Burn, N. G.
2.00 San Francisco.
Galarneau's Millinery Parior«.
2.00 Attest C.O. Brower, Secretary pro tern.
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
NOMINATED For MAYOR
Other Candidates Named
at the City and Ward
Nominating convention* were held in
this city on Monday and Tuesday for
th« purpose of placing in nomination
candidate* lor th* office* of Mayor.
Treasurer, Police Judge and conncil-
men, to bw voted upon at th« city etee-
tion to Ire held on Monday May 7.
The convention l<ir city office* waa
held Monday afternoon at the Court
house. Considerable interest waa taken
by the citiien* generally, 83 vote* being
cast. Ward nominations were held on
Tuesday afternoon. According to the
new charter the name* of the two per
son* receiving the highest number of
votes at the convention* tor each office
are placed on the official l«llot m "con
The vote was a* follow*;
For Mayor—Alex Martin Jr. 58. L.
F. Willits, 25.
For T reaaurer— L W. Sietnni, 81. P.
L. Fountain, 1.
For Police Judge—Roy Hamaker, 81.
C. C. Brower, 27. A. I.. f«avitt, 25.
First Ward. Councilman 1 year. 0.
I. Roberta, 25, Cha*. Martin, 2. Coun
cilman 2 year*. Frank Armstrong, M
Geo. H. Woodbury, 5.
Second Ward—Councilman, 1 year,
Frank Ward 16, Wm. North 6. Coun
cilman, 2 year*. Fred Schallock 16. C.
C. Chitwood 7.
Third Ward—Councilman 1 year, G.
W. Maa ton 10, M. L. Burn* 7. Coun
cilman 2 years, Jasper Bennett 23. T.
T. Sanderson 3, C. R. Dr Lap 3.
Plevna precinct, April 19th. Alice
Connolly, dearly beloved wife of John
Connolly in 43rd year of her age.
The deceased leave* a husband and
nine children to mourn their hie*.
Jackson county paper* please copy.
An examination of tho registration
(rooks of the First ward, which is the
smallest ward in Klamath Falls, devel-
ope* some Interesting facta. This want
contains four unsucessful candidate« for
Coun ty Judge, Judge Raidwin, B. St.
Geo. Bishop, A. L. lesritt and O. A.
Stearns. The sheriff, County and City
Treasurers, the only candidate for Cor
oner «nd the Republican candidate for
surveyor live in the First and the newly
elected county chairman of both the
Republican and Democratic parties
were selected from the Firat ward.
For Sale—Cheap, a 12 foot show case.