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LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
TW O DOLLARS THE YEAR IN ADVANCE.
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Klamath Falls, Ore., Thursday, May 3.1906.
I ton) iw'rf.'ct natural ilrain»gr »n«l i» on«'
! <<f tin'lx»»t )>!«<•«'* in Orvg«>n for a )x'r-
| fiTt newer »yj-ten«. Th«' »oil, Ix'iu« of a
I saixly loan« nature, i» n«'v«'r nuul.ly and
an|,k,a*ant to travel through at any
1 ecaaon of tl««' year, and l»y rvaaou of it*
•andin»«» i* ever moist an I nvv«'r »Iri«1«
-mt and era«-k* o|»>n lik«' the luxivy
fdarli soil. Nature has tuad*' this on«'
nt tlie u»«t healthful hwutioua •'» th«-
At th«' pnwent time we have al«'Ut
JH> population in our town, but th«- rate
■ of incn-as«' is raphily grow ing and *w
i long bonanza will rank as th«' invoiid
largest town in th«' «xuinty, as the «laily
inervas«- is rvmarkabl«'.
coming from all parts <»f the l’nit«'d
. States, purchasing real «-stat«- an-i l >-
eating ill our iui«l»t.
There will, within th«- rn-xt tw«>
months, l«e ere«-ted in the town a «»»uph-
of dozen «'ottagi-s and several new l»u»i-
The two sawmills, located respect
ively about six and eight mihs from
town, are taxt-i to their fullest capacity
to supply th«' demand for lumber, and
in fact are unable t«> furnish all that is
want«*! at present. Common lumlx-r is
selling at |10 to 112 per thousand aiel
other grade* in pro|»>rth-ii.
Tlu're are thn*. new a<!ditions to the
town being platt«*l. which will furnish
from two to thr,*' thousand Iota, Th«x«e
are selling at the low figures of r*) to
K»iX> per lot. and, a«vonling to prie«-s in
other parts of the county,are well worth
The town of bonanza is aituati-d at
the junction of four large valleys which
diverge from this placv and comprise
tlie beat ami most fertile farming lands
in Klamath county, which will lie irri-
rigattsi under what is known as the
“upper project" of the Klamath re
clamation project. The water for this
territory will l»e obtaimsl from large
reservoirs to be built on natural reser
voir sites, known as th«' Clear Lake site,
srtuat««! in Northern California at the
source of the Lost River, and an auxil
iary reservoir known as th«' Horsefly
reservoir site, in this county. These
two sites are considered by th«- Re
clamation Service as the most feasible
natural reservoir sites in the Vnitol
Stat«-» that have .vet come to th«' knowl
edge of the service, and furthermore it
is estimate.1 that tlie two reservoir*
when onee till«*! will hold sutfieient
»X1TKO «TATE» »KX.ITOK
FREI) W. MEI KEY.
r.MTKll STATE* MtXATOH
MKCKETtKY OF ST \TR
FRANK W. BENSON.
«TATE TRE l«VRKK
GEORGK A. STEhU
•i iT.wBi.tf iN»mrniiw
J. H. ACKERMAN.
A. M. CRAWFORD.
WILLIS S. DVNIWAY.
«SORGE H. MERRYMAN.
II. 1». BELKNAP.
R. A. EMMITT.
L. ALVA LEWIS.
H. D. WILLIAMS,
Y^"LAMATH COUNTY. OREGON,
1 V » about the center oí the southern tier
of counties bordering on California.
Bonanza fa rif natal twenty-five milt*
from Kiarnuth Falls, the county seat of
Klamath county, Oregon, at what bas
been for yearn known an **Tlie Big
Spring*,” around ahich the town site is
This town site is situated no m to af-
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
Planter Bank of Klamath liaafn
Capit il Stock increased to $ioo,ooo January iM, i«,o >,
all subscribed and fully paid
I II» Intere*!* tmw l«-hlml Illi* lUnk reprtmonl through
It* Slmivltuhler* it capital In
of JI. imhi . ihhi , mule-
Irin It ui><‘ of th«' *t rung»*! Hank* In Southern Oregon
ur Northern CitllfuritlM. enabling II l»tli-r limn ever
to (mutile your buttine«* with »Iwolute neviirltr.
. MARTIN, President
I. R. REAMES, Vice-President
E. M.BUBB, Asst. Cashier |
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
water to irriga)«- all the bud under th«- vail«-«» ai<- Goiernment h«ml and afford • huit of the Normal m|i»t«i|l is violing
friend* in \*hlaiul. Miss Bennett wa*
up|»-r project t»r two season», even '* ft«-«- bunch-grass mug■-. ami mi almud ,,,
Ihotn-h th«- iiatuntl supply »h.mld I n -I ant sup|»lv of feu«-«'tiiu's-i and tirvw<»»l in i San I iano*eo tinting the rwi'ni
•witirelr ent off f--r that |*n,«l. Th«w.-i As
th«- home»<-.k«-r «ith| earthquake. Her home was in the
a | pia«v
ia«v for the
n*«crv»«ir »it«-» are f«*( by many large- i limibhl imuiiiN, the loimti s siirioumlinc btirnr l dfahii’l« After ♦«<» days id pri
natural spring» of pure water, which Bouaima cannot l«c rxi'ellvd. a* laud in vatioii*. whe icnched Oakland, and hi
to rived in Vhland Tuesday evening
will »upptv »ullh-hmt water to c*»m|»-n- th«‘se valley* can l»e |Anvhi‘*«*d at
aale fl«r the cva|«'iation ami k«*-p th«- I2A |a»r iu :e, mi* » in in : to Ineathm and \iter rviu.Hic.ng here (or a few «lavs, she
will go to her huinu at Grunt* Pass.
-tore«! water |uirv- ami g-»«l for «Io- i in prominent*.
F d » iu an educatioind ami itdlgious
The Chapvl IVriml on Monday mom-
Ihs- Valley, which li«-s south an-l west >tiimlpoint Bonanza is up to tho stand I Ing «4 each week i* given to rhoru*
• >f the town, 1» al»»ut tlft«-eu mi)«-» in ard.
practice. The churn» is unusually large
In view of the fi»n'gi»lng, Ikinanaa i* thi* year and is doing « xcellenl work
length and contain* al»»ut 3») quarter
wctions of land. Y-mna Valley, lying Uuin«l, in th«» near future, to laxxune under the instruction of M ins Silshv.
on th«- west *nd north, .-ontains al»mt one »'f the I ioni cities in the »‘tate, being
Miaa Thuri Smith, a memtar of the
Mktquarter -avtion», ami i*«ngvU Vall«-y, assure*! of two railroa«fa e«»ndng in from o I um of lfiU3. in visiting her siatei, M inn
which li«-s on the east ari.l i»»uth, is the California aid«' in the m xt few Grace ^mitli. Mi*s Smith uhw*od ft sue
al»mt thirty mile* in length ami i-on- m«»uths, and a pD»>|N« t «»i a
I from cvNsful term of school last Finlay, in
tains al»mt 1 .»MM» quarter stv'tion* of th«» north.
the Anderson district.
laml, is on«- <«f th«- flnret valh-vs in the
To reach this gh lion* country at t!»e
M i. Rlnale*. Secrelai V
who|«> stat«- of t'n gon. k ing larger than present time one ha* t - take the S mth-
<\ A., for Oiegon, »puke
the fatuous Ih-gue River Valley in Jack eru Pavifi«* railroad between Portland
men, in CliaiM'l, Tue*diiv aflerniMUi. II««
*>n «'ounty. Coiima-ting all th«—«• «al and Savrunivnto to Thrall, Calif» mia.
told of the good work Iwlng done hv the
ley* which »urround bonanza is the thenee by a branch r«»a«l to Pokugnma,
Y. M.C. A. of our state, ami encoor-
Is-antiful l.“*t Ri«er Valley, which »s-n- Oregon, w lienee >tag« * to» Bonanza, l»y
aged the young men in doing better
tains al»mt Id) quartor sections of land. way «»f Khuuath Falls, will be t»um I in
Cade«- tin- prevision* <>t the reclamation waiting. The distanc* by stag«» i> Mxty
t he \ . W. C. A no l
law no individual can Is- supplied with miles.
water for more th m IA* iu-res. llut a
iaaiiv*.in hol<l tor hi* wife or any child Ashland Normal
Notes. present. The .subject. ” i ho ! ih* which
Glori fir.* God ami How to Live it,” ua-
al»>«e the ag<- of Iff «<-ars on-- quarter
presented by Miss Ri»hinst»n. It was
ms-tion of land ami obtain for them the
wat«*r from th«- Govemineiit for such ■ Tuesday morning. Mi*s Newman lead show n, in the diseuiuuun of tho subject,
that we may glorify <«« h | in our wuik Uy
some |w»etns which have been nmipwi’il
Th«* tiovernuu nt is now doing this by mcmliers of the class in English. the fruit» <4 our labors. A gotsl dee« I
work under the R«» lamathm Act at an The |Miems on ’ \utumn and .S hi Fran has a goo.1 influence on others, no we
vstimatisl cost of fls ,w-r aen-, to Is- |uid cisco” uere well written. Much good should show our inthience by our deeds.
in ten annual installment.*, without in- woik has I h ' ou done in English during Two mrtiitara < i the \ . M. C A. visited
tereet, the first |>ayiueiit l>ec«>mit>g due the year. The work hi English ha* an the meeting and gave good talks on the
after the tir-t harvest following the de influence on the other w»u k of the school subject. Much inter«M»t in the Y.
livery- of tin- water u|»>n th«' hind, and and !»oth students and teacher arc much C. A. work is taken by th«» nmmtara
th«» A*»ociatiun ami there is a larger
after paying th«- first ciwt, or tin- ten an iiitcreste«! in this department.
nual ¡tayim-nts to the Government, the > Wvdm *1 ly morning, Err* Mulkey tendance at each meeting.
S» h»M»l u il l diNinis*v«i Fri lav Hou
ptsiple will own the system an-l only a spoke of the dfaaster at Sail Franci*co.
enable the Nttid«»nls to attend the »
small maintenance fee will lx; require«!. (
He told of the «Murage and fortitu.le of
rises given l»v the G. A. R. in the Chau*
Th«- first ixiyment not being dm- until
th«» |H*oplt» in planning to rebuild the
taiujua building, in the aftoimain.
Novemlx-r following the turning on ot city, and of the aid
»«•cvivval Iroin vitri-
.1. M. Pratt. Sei rvtarv <»J The < •. A. R.
the water will give the farmer or settler , inia organizations,
Ile nl*o »[»-k-- <»( tho
an opportunity to sell the first crop I w illingtivsa ol the
l'iut«*l State* Gov- f.ir < »r«»gon gave a good talk on “PatrL
raistxl after his land is irrigatisl au-l um -
ernment in aiding Ilie lank* «>( >an otistu.” Several patriotic songs were
a (sirtioii of the revvniu* thus derivtxl to
Francisco until the vaults can l»eopt‘n«si. sung hy the students mid the memla'i*
mak<* his first ¡«aynient. The object of
Thi* shows the faith which our govern of the <«. A. IL po*t.
tlie law is to prevent *|xx-ulators from ment ha» in Sun Francisco an ! its
Several track inns have been taken
holding or vontnilling large traits of pie.
t’»is wt'iA by the dillcrml members ol
land ; also to bring into the ixmntry an
Thurwlav morning. Prof. Payne to) 1 the Athletic .\-*»<iation.
industrious class of people who will lie
of some late scientific discover io.*. lie
come g»»d •'itiz«-n*.
s|M>kv of the wirelvsa tvlvgiaph l»ving
Small trn«*t» of well b»»,Hf«*»l till«* nnirnh
Alsnit thirty miles north and east of
| improved, and «»f the test by which it lands offered fur one wrok at |3U jn»r
this town lies what is known as Sprague
may la» proven that man deevnded from acre, Atal Adv.
River Valley, which contains s-mi«- tine
the ape. One important <l:*cov<»ry is
meadow land ami is a great st«x-k coun
For rent—12U n *».» much, small l»r»n«c
the invention of the mu*icial telephone.
g.MMl well? ’A) acres of choice land ready
try ; also having an abundance of line
The music is transmittal by mean* of
wires (rum a central station, to all parts for seeding. Mason A Slough.
Th«- soil ot these valley.* i$ of a very
For Sale—One 0 year old full blooded
of the surrounding country. By im an*
fertile nature, and w hen irrigut«*! w ill
of certain instrurmnts along the*, wire* Red Poll cow and one 9 months <»l«l
pnslue«- great erojxi of alfalfa, timothy,
the music is made stronger ami more heifer. Call nt the Boston Store.
oats, barley, ami tin- world's finest
For Sale— ■<■*!) irriM gfw>| farming land
pure in tone. This invention was dis
wheat, also |s>iat<»-s, sugar heels and al
covered bv a Portland man an I though two miles flue West of Klamath Fall« at
most anything in the line of cnqia that
quite practical, is very exjtensive. Fri ♦ 13 per acre. Also my h»»me ranch at
<x>uld Is? grown in a similar cliinute.
day morning, the class in American Ken«». Oregon. R. A. Eminitt. if
Fruits of the hardy varieties that havi-
Literature recited Thanatopsis. The
Harrs Welier lift* just moved into his
Iwen exix-riiuent«s| with have proved
classes are progressing nicelv, and are new »hop, 4th mid Walnut streets, an«!
Ix-tter than exp*x-t«*l, sn-l small berries I
learning selection* from the writings o( is prepare«! to do all kmdsof painting.
grow abundantly in all ports; also wild different authors.
Bring in tour buggies and have them
plums. The hilts »urrounding thesel Miss Bertha Bennett, a former stu- made like new.
! I li
BRICK STORE CO.’S
Retiring f rom Business Se/e
have reduced the prices on all
class of goods, including
Ladies Dress Goods
Trimmings of all kinds
Mens and Boys Clothing
Hats and Caps,
Hfe have filled in on all goods we were short on
BUENA VISTA ADDITION
■ ”.LZZ r.r«cr>BFy7 31 . ¿
To Klamath Falls, Oregon
HE PLAT OF THIS BEAUTIFUL ADDITION will he ready soon,
and lots therein will be placed on the market. The tract com
prises 530 acres, adjoins Klamath Falls on the north and west
and borders on Link River and Upper Klamath Lake for two miles.
From this addition can be seen the grandest panorama on the Pacific
coast, comprising Lake, River, valley, hill, mountain and snow
capped peaks, blend into an harmonious picture of unequalled
beauty and magnificence.
Boulevards and Streets are now being graded, and these will be lined with shade trees.
on the Electric Street Railway is now Under Way.
4 complete sewerage system will be put in.
The entire cut of the Odessa sawmill has been purchased, and those building in
Buena Vista Addition this summer will have first call on the output of this mill.
Plans for a
magnificent hotel are now being prepared, and construction will begin this summer.
This hostdr/ will be lo
cated on one of the most picturesque spots in the addition and will be surrounded by park.
If you want a Home in the most beautiful section of Klamath county, buy a lot in the Bunena Vista Addition.
If you want to live where you will be surrounded with beautiful homes,
If you want to live on the
If you are looking for
street car line then have your home in the Buena Vista Addition.
an investment that will yield returns, purchase property in the Buena Vista Addition.
Next door Postoffice.
buy a lot m the Buena Vista Addition.
Klamath Canal Company