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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1906)
Official Newspaper of Klamath
County and Leading Journal
of the Interior Oregon Country
| n EW FREIGHT SERVICE
I IO CELEBRATION
Un July J, 4 and g- l.srge Sum ot Over the California Northeastern la
Klamatli Falls »ill have ilia grandest
A meeting of the railroad officials of
the t'allfornla Northeastern and th«
Southern Pacific railroads was held al
Weed yesterday for the pur|>oae of mak
ing arrangements for the transportation
of freight to thia city, via the California
Northeastern, and from th« present
terminus ol that rout to Klamath Falla
by freight trams No definite under-
standing has as yet lieen reached, but
there will lie within the nest lew days,
and it is not unlikely that within the
nest ten dava goods will lie billed
through to Klamath Falls by thia corn-
Klamath County. Commencing on the
afternoon of the 3rd of July and eon-
linaltig until the evening of the 5lh «ill
!>• held a celebration In whirh some
thing will be doing every minute. |IM0
in pursue and priaes will lie offerod. At
least four base I mi II teams will compete
for a puree of |I5O.
nearly complete to secure the Yreka end
Med lord teams. The servieee of the
Klamath Falls brass band of twenty.
three pieces haa lieen secured and poe-
sillily another baud will lei secured to I
asai*t. A program of two days* horse
racing haa basil arranged lor Klamath
County horses. A grand parade will
J. A. Buell ot llio Klamath Canal
form at U:30 o'clork a. m on the 4th,
Company, who ia now in Han Francisco
which • ill i-oneiat of th« officers of the
in th« interest of his company, has
day, the Goddeee ol Liberty (elected by
about completed arrangements lor an ea-
popular vote) with little girls represent
curaion of Californians to tins city nn
ing lhe forty five Matra, young ladles on •
«July 7. Prior to Ilia earthquake Mr
horseback, representing the original j
I Hawk ins had alwiut concluded similar
thirteen Matra; veterans of the Civil, 1
plans, but th» cataalrophy iipm-t every
Spanish and Indian wars; floats of Jus- I
thing and the work had to lie done all
lie« and various fraternal orders. Many
over again. Mr. Buell is an adept al
merchants will have floats representing
this kind of work, having been for years
their business, for which there will lie a
with lhe Huiiihsrii Pacific as freight
first and second prise offered for the
and ;>ae»engvr agent.
most representative floats.
The object of this excursion ia not so
A high jump from the lop of th« four-
much interest of the Buena Vieta M-ldi-
story Baldwin brick block Into • lank
lion as it ia to bring investors slid buai-
containing four feet of water has brvn
I nesa men into this county so as to give
■rrangeil with Prof. J. Adolph Wholmes-
I them sn opportunity of seeing the great
dorf, of Chicago, who will make thia
I resources and bright future of this esc-
lioa. It is only tlio lieginuing of a
There • ill be foot races, lug ot war.
concerleil move on the |>art of tlic
wlmelbairow races, three-legged race,
Klamath Canal |H*oplc. who propose to
fat oreii'a race, hurdle lace, sack race,
rontinue three excursions indefinitely.
high and broad jump, firemen's contest,
The value of this kind of work can rew-l
pie-eating contest, log rolling contest,
ily I* sewn, for it places l>cfore a class uf
lub race, launch roce, rowing race, sail
iieople who have the means Um advent
ing race, gn-aacd pi (, grease,I pole, young
agra ol Invealmaiit iu thia county, aud
ladle«* foul race, gills’ foot rao«, egg
will do more than anything else U»
bring foreign capital in hern.
RACE PRiMiRAM—Fiasr Dav
Three eights mile and repeat, tree (or
• II Klamath County horses, four to
enter ami three to start
One-half mile dash, free lor all Klam
ath County horses; lour to enter and
three to start. Puree, 650.
One mile saddle horse race, free (or
all Klamath County eaddle h«r««a; four
to enter and llireu tn aiao. 1 u-e. g.'S.
H mviwii Div
One-quarter mile and i<
all Klamatli County lioraea; l<-ur In en
ter and three to start. Purse. »VI.
r H ad WW
HERE IN JANUARY
IS THE PREDICTION OF A MAN IN A
POSITION TO KNOW-TUNNEL AT
KLAMATH PASS TO BE
A Suburban Service With Hydr-Carbon Cars to Be In
augurated, Making It Possible To Reach All
Points On the Road
CAR SHOPS MAY BE BUILT HERE AND LARGE TERMINAL MAINTAINED
Klamath Falls will have a railroad handicapped on eoeount of the shortage
of laborers. The FrlAeo disaster added
I its quota to the eauw of delay, but this
uf a gentleman well known to the busi ha« beeu overcome, aod now the con
ness men of Ibis city can lie credited. tractor« arc heeding every energy to
Thia gentleman wa* here during the overcome the labor question. When I
past week, and ehen discussing th« •aa there they beltevad this had been
solved.by th« «mpioymsnl ol 20UO Ja-
railrami situation with a Republican pan»«« I «borers. They wer« looking tor
representative, asked that his name be th« first consignment at that time.
kept out of print, (or personal reasons. When they arrive lhe contractors •*-
“I expect,” he said “to make just poet to construal nearly a mil« a daj.
They are at work posfon the hardeet
one more stage trip to Klamath Falls.
part ol the road, but this they expect to
After that I will come here io a Pull complete by the middA ot July, and
man. I was down in lhe Weed coun aftes that it will be smooth sailing to
try and out on the Weed roaA within thia city, with theexception of getting
the past ten dare, and learned enough through the pass, aod thia will not lw
Hon. Geo. II Burnett of Salem, pre-'
aa hard sines they have given np th«
loconrinoa ma that befor« January let
silling judge ol lhe third judicial district I
tunnel tor the time being.
»ill preside at thia term of Circuit court > .,ou
have the railroad right in
“Anollier thing I hear! there that
ol tins county, « hit li l>egiiia next Mon. ' to« n. Great doubt has been expreaeed agrprised me was the prospective ao-
day. Judge Itcnson will occupy tbi'
as to ths ability of the contractors to do burbeo service Io be inaugur*<eJ by the
bench in the third district during Judge thia, on account of their having to tun company. Tlia gentleman to whom 1
nel to get through the peas. But there talked told in« that while President
The following officer« of the Women's wilt be no tunnel for the prase nt. They Naltaaer was ia th« east lie would make
lub «ere rhoaen at an election held are going to cross over, instead of a thorough investigation into lhe merits
lest evening. President, Mrs. J. C. ■ through, the divide. Thia will lueen a of the new liydro-carljm car. Tbia car
liiitenlc; vh-ii pre«!-hull, Mrs. E. Soule; , slight lucre«*« in mileage, but it will has been expernaenWif with by the
•ea-n>larv. 5h« . <?. C. Chitwood; treas not tie material. Later on the tunnel railroad companies in the middle wewt.
urer, Mrs. 11. A. Stearns.
They realise that they must procure
»ill lie driven.
"I «aa talking with on« of lhe engi- something of this character to offset the
Messrs. Kuydendall. Holgate, Parrish
ami IfaiMsker spent Saturday, Sunday lu-era, and ln> laid me they had lieen electric suburban service« which havo
iiehire January 1,1907, if th« statement
One-hall mile dash, free lor all Klam
ath County horses; lour to enter aud i
three to start. Purse, »10.
Three eights mile |«my race, free lor and Monday sailing and tithing on the
»11 Klamath County pome« under four I p|ier lake. It Holgate's cigars had
teen hands high , lour to enter and three fiel-l out, they would be fishing yet.
|o atari. Purse, »25.
Newsom A Underwood are the ex
The following is the official vote east
Entrance foe will be ten |>vr cent, of clusive agents lor th« famous Edison
puree in all racea.
gold—mould record phonograph. Call lor the various state and county CStldl-
ami hear ami examine them. Newsom dates at the last election :
There wav a mil up In th« dispetch
Alex .Martin. Jr., and wife left lot
Senator—To fill vacancy
of the mail from thia city ruvaday
morning, the result 1>eiiig that no mail Portland Sunday morning. They ex
left thia city on that date. Postniaalvr pect to lie alumni two ««wks, during
Uurilocli says he delivered the mail in
D Stevens Sue.....................
ample time to reach the Imai lasfore ita some iui|Mirtant bueiiiess.
d«|iarture at 4 o'clock. This is denied
by the Klamath Navigation Company. ing the past week at Fort Klamath buy-
I Im matter has been passed up to the I ing wool. Mr. Gowen has recently pur- J Jiourne, Jr Rep . ..................
Fecund Assistant Postmaster General ebased the Frain property, 4th and Pine J N Gearin Item.....................
u Paget Pro...................... ..
• nd th« railway mail aervice, and there streets.
will undoubtedly be an investigation
Buy your watches at Winters at spec, A G Kluiola Hoc ............... .....
ol the whole mail delivery question.
Congress Fl rat District
| C V llalluway Ih-rn...............
F. F Green Pro........................
W C Hawley Rep...................
W W Myers Soc......................
I II Amoa Pro.........................
(' W Barxce Soc.....................
G E Chamberlain Item........
J Withyoombe Rep...........
Hix-retary of Slat«
W Benson Rep...................
linn »on, majority ........
Mat look Item. ................. .
Steel Rep........................ .
C J Bright Pro...................... . .
II Eakin Rep............................
T G Hailey It»n>.....................
M W Robbins Soo........... . . . .
Brlx Soc........................... «
Ctawford, majority ....
Supt of Pub Inst ruction
J II Ackermail Rep.................
J E Hosuier Soo.......................
II Hlieak Pro..............................
J C Ciaqier Sou,.......................
W S Ihinlway Rap............. ..
A S Hawk Pro............. ...........
J Scott Taylor Dem . ..............
Commissioner of Labor
P Hoff Rep................................
W 8 Richards Hoc........................
KLAMATH FALLS. KLA1ATH COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 14, 190«.
three days' celebration ever
The Largest Circulation and la
cut so heavily into their revennee. This
hydro carbon car ia a big step in ad
vance of the gasoline motor car which
promised so much. There are, however
some defects to be remedied, but the
beet mechanic« ol the country are at
work on it and there ia little doubt but
that it will tie perfected. That ia one
ot Mr. Naftxger's reasons for going east;
and that ia the reason for the laying of
standard gauge tracks here in thia city,
for, according to my informant, they
propose to run these hydro-carbon cars
up Main street. After this service is
inaugurated, it will be possible to reach
any piece of property between here and
“Another thing that he let drop was
the probability uf car shop« being lo
cated here. He said that when the
road from Natron is built, which would
undoubtedly be done, Klamath Falla
would be a logical point lor ear shop«.
The force of this view can readily be
“Thia city haa a great fature—greater
than Uie moat optimistic parson can
realise. 1 have invested here aa heavi
ly aa I can, and J am talking ft to my
friend«, and if I did'nt hare faith in
ita future greatness, 1 would not do
that. It will surely be a Lak« to Lake
city. Mark my prediction."
Goddess of Liberty.
The following is a vote cast for God
dess of Liberty for July 4th, up to 5 p.
in. Wednesday, June IX The polls will
close at 12 o’clock midnight June 30. In
thia issue of tlie Republican is printed
a coupon which, when properly Ailed
R A Emmitt Hep ........
487 out, will count as one vote for the j>er-
J B Griffith Item..............
6*5 ton's name appearing thereon.
188 Stella Engle...........
G Chastain, Item-Rep...,
995 Flora Clark............
8 Obenchain ll«p-Dem...
1032 Stella Campbell
I. A Lewis Rep-Dem....,
986 I-ouiea Whitney
J Rneck Rep......................
550 Jess Hauks...
W A Walker Deui...........
The etoek ordinance will be in
force and effect tomorrow. All stock of
536 any kind or description found running
M E Hutchison Dem...-
M D Williams Key...........
581 loose will be impounded. It will mark
45 the passing ot lhe internal cow bell, as
well as stand aa a monument to the
M>9 members ol the last council.
W Martin Rep-Dem.....
The Woodmen ot the World will have
Justice of the Peace
an unveiling ceremony at the cemetery
S C Graves Dem...............
at 2 p. m. Sunday June 24. Gn thia
Ky Taylor Rep...................
day the members of the lodge will un
veil a monument erected to the mem
The total number of votes cast was
of 11. H. Fink. All neighbors and
1235, divided as follows;
friends are invited to attend.
F. S. Stratton ol San Francisco and
ft? F. H. Page ol Portland passed through
171» this city today on their way to Spring
T angel I Valley
45 Creek where they expect to spend a
Wood River ...
73 couple of months. W. N. Willson will
• • e e • t
573 have charge ol their camping ar range
Rolierts A llanks have opened their
79 new hardware store and are now ready
72 for business. It is worth your while to I
80 drop in and look over the stock even if
vou don’t buy, for it is a marvel of neat
We ara in reoeipt of an invitation ness, completeness and arrangement.
from Miaa Maud C. Gravea to attend
H. Sugarman of the Portland Cloth
the graudating exercise« of the Agri-
cultural College at Corvelli», held June ing and Shoe company, Bishop's block,
7 to 13. Misa Graves is the daughter of I will give five votes for your sandidste
Charles Graves U Odeil.’ She’' is the |,or «*»‘•‘*6 0< Uberty lor each dollar's
only reprssuntatire from Klamath *0,lh
county in lhe graduating elaaa ot this M00**
institution, and is a worthy one, loo, for
she receive« her diploma with honors,
The ability she haa shown throughout
her attendance has merited the warm
commendation of the faculty, and bo-
speaks a bright future for the young
10 k*'1 v01**-
Thia is a
If you need anything in the drug or
toilet article line, Newsom A Under.
wood has it. It you get it at Newsom
A Underwood's you may ba sura it ia
fresh and pure.
Arnold G. Wagner and alia, nee Miss
Jessie Marple, ex|>ecl to leave here on
A very pleasant reoeption was held at July 7th lor Wisconsin, where they ex
the home of Mrs. J. 0, Rutenicon Wed- pect to make their future home.
ueaiiay evening, June 6, by lhe mem
Bring your prsaurlptions to us. We
bers of the Womeu'e Club in honor of will fill them aceuralely with fresh
Mrs. W, H. Worden the outgoing presi drugs. No substitution. Newsom A Un
dent of that organisation. Character derwood.
study created much amusement during
Owing to a car jumping the track on
the evening altar which refreahments the Klamath I-aks railroad, the mail
will not reach thia city till after mid
New lino of chains at Wintera.
the Best Medium for Reaching
a Prosperous and Trading Public
Tracta for Electric Railway Ara Be
ing Laid East of Seventh.
Son of C. C. Jackson, Ft. Klamath,
Cannot ba found.
Th« Klamath Development eompany
commenced construction work on th«
•lectric railway on Main street, east ol
Seventh, Wednesday morning and will
puah th« line on toward« the Hot
Springs addition. By today thirty tons
of rails will have lieen delivered this
week, making a total ol about fifty-five
Work on th« addition ia going ahead
rapidly. Pacific Terrace haa been fin
ished. and I*el Moro and Creacant ave
nue« will be completed this week. A
force of mon ia at work on El Dorado
avenue and thia thoroubgfsre will soon
A pavilion haa been erected over th*
Hot springs, and a fore« of men are at
work cleaning np and beautifying the
grounds surrounding it.
President A. JI. Nafttger, wl.o haa
been in tbs east returned to San Fran
cisco Tues, lav, and he will return to thia
city in a abort time. On Ins arrival
here the question ol reaching an agree-
ment between his compayn and the
Klamath Canal company will be taken
up and decided.
Last Thursday the 15 year old son ol
C. C. Jackson, bearing some it the older
members of the family comment on th«
failure of some of the cows to return to
tbe corral, took it upon himself to fin<!
the stock- Leaving home about ait
o'clock in the evening he began th«
«•arch, and has not lieen Been ainoe.
The taak « aa undertaken without know,
ledge ot the boy'« parent«. Mentally
weak, he ia a continual charge on th«
family, requiring cinstant watching. Aa
eoon «a ba waa miaaed hie father began
the March, and haa prosecuted it dili
gently since, aided by the resident« of
Wood river. The country haa lieen
scoured night and day, but the work
haa thua far been fruitless. The op
inion ia entertained by many that the
boy baa either fallen in the river or haa
gone into the woods and fallen prey to
wild animals or hunger and thirst.
Mrs. Ferdinand Enevoldeon is out a
hueband, who is either lost, stolen «r
strayed to other pasture«. Mie haa
aworn to a complaint, w hich aeta forth
that the said hualiand did, willfully, or
otherwise, suddenly and without due
notice, leave, depart, disappear, vanish
or yump tlie yob, with oi.e Ijiura Peter-
son, and asking for his detention and
arrest until she han time to take poaewe-
sion of what she consider« her sole
The following ia a list of the p«tit
jurors who have been drawn to «•rva
daring the approaching term of the
circuit court, which will begin next
The Unique cleaning and pressing
J. F. Arant. H. V. Mitchell, J. C. company is the latest addition to the
Mongold, W. P. McMillan, H. M. Ack
business concerns of this city. A. R.
ley. A. C. Beals, JI. H. Low, Roht. Wilkins will be manager, and will have
Caaey, 8. 8. Mitehell, J. H. Farrar,
headquarters in the Willson block, ad
Chaa Hompliery, E. L. Hopkins, Ernest
joining the office of J. F. Nowlin A Co.
Babb and Geo. Biehn of Klamath Falla. Mr. Wilkins is a bustler and as there ia
B. F. Abbeleoa, Gao. T. Cline, W. R. a good opening for the business he ia
Campbell and Louis Gerber of Lorella.
starting, ba will undoubtedly do well.
O. T. Anderson, Ed Caaebeer, C. U.
I Whitelake seems to be enjoying a reel
Hughe«, J. A. Parker and W.T. Garrett
similar to that so often indulged in by a
of Bly. H. F. Nichols, Albert Patterson
defeated politican. Many may think it
■nd F. M. Bennett of Bonansa. J. D,
I heck man and John W. Logue of Dairy. . ia dead, bat keep yonr eye in that di
rection, for yoa’ll see it bob ap eerenley
G. R. Hammond and J. B. Cole •! Mar.
•re long. The location an<i surrounding
rill. L. O. Mills of Kano.
oountrv «re far or a Lie to the plac«. Add-
C_- has been ‘ ed to this is a project or two, either of
An I increnas
of $100 per year
made in the salary of poetmaster in each which assures its permanency.
ot the following eitiee in Oregon : Ash.
Work on the Summer, road b pro.
land, Astoria, Coquille, Elfien. Eugene. greMing rlpld|y, Upwards of $1000 haa
Heppoar. Huntiagton and Klamath
been expended and thia will be
Falla. The Huod river poetmaater re- ,Ugmented from tiroe to time until a
caivee a raua of $200. The order goes first-class thoroughfare haa been con-
Into effect Jalr.
'strantwff. Across the East Klamath
At a special meeting of the Chamber Falla tract Frank Ira White is building
of Commerce last night it waa decided a road which will be of great benefit to
to change the headquarters from the of-' the people of the lower end.
five ol the Klamath Development com
In this issue ot the Republican ap-
pany to the City hall. This change waa peur» t]ie advurtisement of J. F. Nowlin
made necessary by the request of lhe 4 Co., the real estate men. This firm
has some of the best property in the
At Pokegama last Friday a horse be-! county on its list, have a reputation for
longing to James Sigler had hie neck square dealing and merit the consider
broken by eoming in contact with a ation of prospective investor in Klam
poet. The horse waa frightened by ath county property.
Dr. G. W. Maa ton was appointed
Robert Noble met with a serious ac Health officer for thia city Monday
cident Bunday at the corral of Mason night. This office is now held by a man
Davis A Co., while attempting to ride a who will permit no evasion of the law
bronco. Dra. Maa ton and Stainer fixed jn any particular, and tlie people of this
> city need have no fears but that every-
Indian baskets and curios at Winters, j thing will be regulated as it should bs.