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Official Newspaper ul Klamath
County and Leading Journal
The Largest Circulation and is
the Best Medium for Reaching
ul thu Interior Oregon Country.
a Prosperous and Trading Public
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 28, 1906.
THROUGH MARSH Elaborate Preparations Are
I lie Veteran traveler Returns and
I Inda rtui.li to I’ralsc
To Entertain the Califor
Railroad May be Extended to Within
Six Miles of Keno.
with the receirer for the unearned por
rtii'l ihi« will l»c in uw ntilil tint tunn«4
last Satunlay reprooentativ<-a of the tion of their premiumi. Suit for the Order
I n coinplvh'<|,
W. II llolabird, who was formerly
Into Effect At
Weyerhaeuser syndicate of timber ”P- appointment of a receiver wa. brought
“It i« difficult nt liila litnc t<> «tuto connected with the Klamath Develop,
Pr*-»i<l<-iit Geo. T. Ba»ilwiii of the erators arrived at Pokegama from Ta- a few ifayx ago, and the Secretary of
whether grading iqwrntioii« from thin ment company, and who had so inui-h
« nd, other than that through the tulo ( to do with I he promotion of th« ( 'alitor* Cliamlier of Commerce appointed the rouia in a special ear. The object of State and State Treasurer were made
ser Appealed to
land«, will I ni commenced. Il will I nia Northeastern railroad, in the winter following committee on arrangements their presence at thia time ia to inspect pnrtiee, becanae the .Ute 1 mm «0,000
probably wait on the arrival «4 the r«i!w, , ' ol 11*04 ami IMF), arrived hero Tuesday, for entertaining the i-xcursionist» from the holdings of the company in Klam bond* to «ecure polii-iea in thia »fate.
Construction I ngli’ucr Hoey Arrhes for light work, Nm h a>» moat o| it in, ran i Mi. ||* I .il.ir I 1' It Kl.miHtli I al Iu-iy California who are to arrive in till» city ath county. On reaching I’okegarna the
Mr«. J. T. Ilenely ha. complete,I re Hard Blow to TH a City at Thia
party took an extended drive through pair« on her home, corner 4th. and fine
be done very quirkly and without any iiuexpectidly a year ago in Inly, in ro- on July h :
Ilers to Direct Commence«
Time-Heavy Traffic Just
George T. Baldwin, Chairman, E. It out the immense tract of timber re atreeta, and moved tier effect« from the
miiterial delay to the com|deli«!) oí Ilie - 1 sponse to a call from some New York
ment of Work
cently acquired by them. Mr. Weyer ranch at Ifenely thia week. The im
lino, llowev<*r, It we lind liiat working • ■ apilaliata to visit the Philippine Islands
troni thin end will haulm our arrival I and other countries in the Orient, and F. Mona, J I. Itrn-ll, W. O. D In II. I* haeuser declined to commit himself as provement« made by Mr*. Ifenl.y add
riqiort iifsm certain railroad propositions W Murphy, II I, Aldri.b, I.. F. Wil- to the future plane of the company, but greatly to the beauty ot the property, .
After July 8 no Bunday trains will be
('onrtrui tit>n 1‘nginm’r II. P. If •< y id livre it will br done.’’
rcemeil more or less attractive at lita, I*. B Campbell, J W. Biotnena, from certain inovae mail« ami orders an<l are welcomed by the resident« of ' run on the Klamath Lake railroad,
the California Nottheaatrin ii iu the
Alex Martin, Jr., J «J. Pierce, II. 8t. G. leaned, it would not lie missing the that vicinity. It ia to be hoped that
rity, having arrived hcie y«'M<oday NATRON TO KLAHATII that time. 11« was gone some five and
t This was the order posted in thia city
mark very far to state that liefore long other, throughout the city will follow Tuesday, by General Manager E. T.
'a hall month* arid returned toBan Fran Bishop, M.G Wilkins.
from the terminus o| the rood. He in
the Klamath Lake railroad will \xt ex her example.
hero for the purp
oflettlng ,i <• »nlru' l Survey Being
Abbott, who waa here on that day. Aa
Made Along the , claco alxiut January 1st. Bin*» then
I lie lie* beett unlortuuatelv ill for sever last Saturday the following aulecom- tended to within alaiut six miles of
to J. Prank Adams tor dredging
H. C. Chamberlain lias just com- . Boon as the chango waa made known ho
nl urnnths. and becoming dieguatml
Keno. When questioned in ri-gard to
through the tula Ian I, and expet (a to
menced the manufacture of brick on the , waa liesieged wilti protesta, but he was
Finance: J, <•■ I’h-rce and 11. Rt thia, Gcucrsl Manager Abliott refused
with hospital, and trained nurses, said
visit the pr«i|k»rr l site <>f o|»erationa to
Eaat Klamath Falla tract, and expect to i inexorible, and atated that the change
be would try the mountain air <4 North (ioorge Bishop.
to either affirm nr deny it.
day nr tomorrow. \\ bm seen I \ » Kv
burn a half-million kiln. He believe* i waa nude on the direct order of Mr.
As to tho proliability of the erection
rrn California and Southern Oregon,
publican rrpreaonlalive, th«* all ab***rb-
that he haa dixeovered a brick clay of a , Weyerhaeuser and would go into effect
• and linn driven «It th«' way from th«' drich, J. I.. Buell, M. G. Wilkins, it. of th« conternplali'd lumlier mill in this
Ing qurrtimi of how i”»on he exp» «’te I I »
■ u|«rior quality, and if the result, jus on that date.
( Ontral Pacific railway through Jafia'n
vicinity in the near future, Mr. Weyer-
bring in the n»et train waa aake'l.lnit he
This change will lie a hard blow to
tify his judgement he is of the opinion
Ix.lging: J W. Bieim-n», II I.. ai- haeuser atat»! that they were very busy
1 nnd Modoc ('ounth'H in Cnl.fornia and
lirggett to U’ rxrusrd from cnniinltting
than an industry of considerable magni thia city. Transportation had reached
I l.ak »* and Klirnutli Count ich in Oregon, drich, J. I.. Buell.
in Idaho, and that inaamuch as they
I.in»self on this | »mt. In >I ir < u -mg tl.r
tude will be developed on thia property. the point where it was p<Msible to travel
! to thiaclty.
loincli: F. I. IVhite, Al<-x. Martin, were undor contract to get through
progrraa <4 sflaiis on the I tie he said:
to this city with some degree of comfort
il<-aaya that he notes a marked ini- Jr., George T. BxMwin.
there within a atated |ieri<*i, it waa not, O. B. Gates, while on a tour of in- and on schedule time. If this order
•’We VouM g« t here faster it we could
likely that anr extensive o|>orationa 1
provi-merit in Hie appearanco of K la-
in<lti<o our contractor« to move more
here and Merrill last Sunday, waa over had lieen deferr&l until September or
' matli Falls but pr>ilicls Hint the real 11. Campla-ll, M. G. Wilkins.
would lie undertaken on the Pacific
quickly. They have, o| <• » him », I mvii
by the heat and was in a precar October it would not have worked such
Trip to Upper Lake: C. F. Stone, E. coast at this time.
Whatever work is
iinpetna to building is yet to la-gin. He
greatly han«li< n|'|'<t| t»oth I* lb«* In’or
for many hours after a hardship as it does coming at the very
; inri.ta ii | miii it that Klamath Falla ia
done is only preliminary.
question ami the Han I ran« i - c - i dl»a»l< r.
He is much better beginning of the greatest influx of travel
pliyr-i. ally so situated that it «ill un Bialiop, W. <>. I*nlx<dl.
<>reat dilln nlty Las I •»•<•!! r\|»<»ri« n« « «I in
to be out in to Klamath county.
doubtedly become the largest city and
‘•The order is explicit and impheit.
pHX* Wring aucli nr* • •'it»«* a»- dr ill •!<•<»!,
distributing point l>etween Portland and vide refreshments for the visitors at
When Mr. Weyerhaeuser waa in Thrall
harness, m rapers and many other Item»
J. V. Houston will manage the grand .
J Ban I ranrisco, lur no oilier locality on B|wncer*s. U hen they arrive here they
I this week it was one of the first ques
of vital im|Hirtanco in the << i duct ot op
thu Pacific Coast lias for its environment will Im taken in hand by the f/slging Judge Burnett Clears Up the Docket ball on the evening of the 4th, and we tions he asked me if Sunday trains ware
rralmus. Then an»«’« the question <•!
Rre *a«ar*d of the good old fashioned
so large an area of n< h agricultural committ*-», and assigned to their rooms.
run. He ia unalterably opposed to Sun
gmcming a Mitli« lent number of men.
¡time. The orchestra will be enlarged
lamia and virgin forests of eplcnded tirn- Monday morning will In- spent in tak
day work of any kind where it ia at all
With lb< Weatem Pacific working men
Circuit Court adjourned Saturday un- ior ,he occ">'«» »“ll
Bonnnta and possible to avoid it. He believed Bun
lier, aa line Klamath Falla. He staled
practically from I t iwro to Halt I akv City.
In the afternoon the party will lie til Monday, Joly 10. Judge Burnett M*"ill will be represented with floor
■ hat the crop outlook from Bonanza to
day trains could be dispensed with and
thu *‘ outhl l n Pa
Klam.itli Fails I* .plemled. The grain taken in charge by D. W. Murphy and ploughed through the docket with a ra- man*Kers.
they will be until he orders otherwise.
force« inroutberiiruhtornuiau«l Aiix ■» .».
lisik« infiriitely hotter than it did a year c*mdncted to the government work». pidity that resulted in adjournment at a
Mrs. E. R. Reame«, who has been There are, of course, two sides to this
the Santa H* tarrying <»n extei ai\c bull I
ago at tin* lime. While thu grass it a Here they will lie allown the gerui of all date earlier than was at first «niicipa.- visiting friends and relatives in the question. Our men are entitled te some
Ing obturations in New .Mrxio» and n* < * n-
little backward, ewmg to the cold the future prosperity of Klamath coun cl. Ho mi le a very favorable impres- Willamette valley and Portland for the recreation and this order will give it to
•tructmn work al vati *us p >n.t > along connect with the ouu tn»w
ty. They will see the Biagnitmle of the »ion while here, and the memliera of past few weeks, returned home Wed- them. I am sorry, however, if it works
weather, a big crop la inaured.
jla line, witli the Northern Pacific, the
No section of iho country, in Hie great work, the immensity of the canal the bar speak very highly of his judicial needay evening. She was accompanied a hardship on this city or county. It
hi. Paul and (>. R. and N. < n the north
ciorntiea through w liicli Io* ha. traveled, and get an idea of the posaibilitiea ac ability. He left a host of admirers, and by her »ister, Mrs. Kapp, of Ashland,
haa been my sole aim since assuming
employing ever} available in in, v»u ran
can cc tn pa re with the Klamath Basin cruing from its constr'v-'ion. It will be it he cornea here again it will be to meet > The Reclamation service has for dis- ' the management of the railroad to pro
readily «»*•<* h«wr d ih* nit it n to tmlu «•
as an agricultural region. Thu nearest
many warm friends.
trihution about thirty pounds of sugar mote the interests of this section in
thia migratory L rlr «4 lai «m m t<» long
With thia aa an object lesson, they
approach to it ia a narrow valley along
The following cases were diapo^d of: licet seed. Anyone desiring to procure every way possible, and if the pro[*oaed
remain al one p!a> <*. All<*l t<» nil tli.
I the east shore ol Gisree lake and another will Im taken to Merrill Tuesday. On State vs. George Orr, adultery, not some for experimental purposes can change will have a tendency to retard
railtoa«! ron-tru tn»n work a?« the
valley railed Burpriae valley, on the thia trip they will get an idea of our guilty. Defendant discharged.
1 secure it by applying at tho office of in any way the prosperity of this county
filtevn giivvrnmmt a I i >
great valleys and what may Im expcctol I Klamath County Bank vs. A. II. En Project Engineer, D. IV. Murphy.
it is too bad; but anyone knowing Mr.
■ -a-u-rn loundary of Modoc conntv.
irrigation enterpn» *» in • iiim * I
when irrigation is made possible.
gle. dDmiaaed without costs.
I l -sc rrru fertile regions but are circum ■
Prof. G. R. Carlock of Ashland has Weyerhaeuser understands why the or
atrurtioii. Tbv’M’ lalHue: a » .m t* I «lay
Wednesday they will be taken to Poli-1 Clara I., llolt, et al vs. Alma R. Run
serilraid m area as compared to the
been tendered the position of principal der was promulgated and the obstacles
an«l are gone elsewlieiv in a w » m *I». N ol
can Bay Is.lge, and shown the greatest dle, dismissed.
of tho public school at Merrill for the in the path of having it rescinded.”
w ilbatanding this, we I’.ivv I (w> n
|.«ly of fresh water west of the Rockies.
H. B. Hargus vs. George S. Nicketson coming year. Ho is a former resident
Every business man in the city is
Mr. Ilola >ird I ia long ago dirposerl ol
ami GOO men at w < rk. mi I thni hire« w ill
I They will see the inexhaustible rerer- dismissed.
vigorous in bis protest against the
of Klamath county.
fm materially inerra -••I in the i.ir (u
voir that is to supply the great irriga-
A. McCallen vs. O. C. Applegate, ver
ment Company, and vn-wa the situation
Mrs. 8. K. Noel and daughter return change. Among
■ ; n system and made aware of the; dict was rendered against defendant for
•‘I am here for the purpose of arrang
iiiq.i.-iliility of failure of supply, ever, 1991.IS, with interest at 10 per cent ed from Portland, Or., last Friday. I
E.R. Reames: "The change is a great
‘ view. Hu states that projerty values
ing for tin» gra ling <*t the i
though several year» of drought should from September ?7, 1901, amounting to They were accompanied by Mrs. Noel’s mistako, for it will hurt this county very
through ll»v tills* land. Tub u ik v ill
vi»it this section. Californians are fa ♦470.SO, attorney aw*
, i sister, Mrs. Nelson, of Lewiston, Idaho, materially. Something must be done
with other cities. In the ton not Reno,
probably I mi done by J. Frank Vl.vm«
K. I.. Hopkins vs. Henry Anderson,! Enteet Bubb, formerly assistant cash- to get the trains on Bunday
miliar with irrigation. They can read
which lias n population of 12.01X), lie
vrith hisdrrtlging inadiinv
A *• - «n n*
ily understand the p-i»Hibilili**s mvniing dismissed.
ier oi the Klamath County bank, re tinued.”
(Mwaible o|»rTMlions will bu begun on uL
therefrom, but they have no idea, nor
Henry Anderson vs. E. L. Hopkins. I
1'ome after a several weeks trip
tliv busilicsa portion of the city waa
the heavy w«ok along (hr mute. Il w ill
[Continued on 8th Page.]
to points in California.
can they conceive, the ImpoMibilitV of dismissed.
priced tn Id ill at <750 per front foot,
tint I m * long ikiw I uioru n«* have m«*n u<
failure. The trip to Pelican Bay will
A. J. Lorelady vs. Jack Berry, dis
which was tiie clica|H*at desirable buxi
work on the pma The tunned will not
»how them this, and will l>e such an missed, plaintiff to pay costs of suit to 1
ne»» | riqierly hi the city, and he sug
1» finial it*d in time to admit of ilw uar
improsaive object lesson to them that it defendant.
gests Jim question, “What has Keno to
during the early ¡»etiod of tmfiL', but
won’t la- forgotten.
Charles Stark, who pleaded guilty to
sup|Kirt a large city, aa compared to
wo cipet t to begin u <o k <>:i it within a
They will remain at the Lodge until the charge of horsestealing, was sen
few mouth*. In the iiK-sii tini<-n "*I i < hi
, Thursday. Every* lie is invited to ac tenced to one year in the penitentiary.
scheme ia completed, and the railway
fly” trark «ill l><> Ui l .er
company the party on this trip. The
The Grand Jury reported the condi
enters her gates?" In the town of
Iwiat will return to this city Wednesday tion of offices and court house to be in
\\ hittier, a tow n of |erhapa 5,0H0 in lais
evening for the purpose of bringing liack l fair condition, with the exception of the
1 Angeles County, Cal., business pnqicrty
those w ho do nut desire to remain over jail and the vault in the county clerk's
is alanit the anmc value aa in Reno, and
this ia the ease in all progressive cities
One fad should not be lost sight of :
Tho following claims were allowed and
<>f five Io ten thousand people. He lie-
I This is the first opportunity Klamath the clerk ordered to draw warrants for
1 lievea I list Klamath Falla w ill have a
I county has had to place its wares before the same:
: laipiilatioii ol 2 >,000 people in ten years,
Ilia right people. It should lie made
Harry I.. White, bailiff............... $12.00
lollowing the completion of the railway
the most of. Give them a hospitable
John M. Fountain, bailiff......... 15.00
I into this city, and then* are fortunes in
reception. Let them see that the coun
I sight for wise people in acquiring de-
ty extend» a cordial bund of welcome to
ALL STYLES TOES
If you want to dress
all. and never miss an opfMirtunity to
In the matter of tourist travel, he says I
say it good word for all uf Klamath
: ilist he ia more than ever confident that
Tits L oikis Juno 25.
one county. If we keep our liest bait fore
The Swellest Shoes in Town
most, it w ill mean the opening of a new
The telephone line from Ft. Klamath
' place on the Pacific coast, and this
era. The growth we have been waiting to this place will be completed by July 4
Is* intensified when Iho Klanialli De-
■ for will begin and greater lieneflta will
There are plans under consideration
velopmeiit Company build their
result from this than any other effort at (or the construction of an outside dining
new hotel at the Hot Bprings iu this
advertising ever undertaken.
room to The Iaxlge. This lias become
necessary on an account of the great in
Why Our Suits
The Fountain property
G rading iqierations at the corner of crease in patronage.
up-to-date and lit so well.
street, west of Shallock A
Conger avenue and Main street were lie-
J. B. I.ippencott, D. XV. Murphy and
has been purchased bv N. L. Lyons, gnn today by the Klamath Canal Com
W. If. Clapp, of the Reclamation Ser
F irst —We represent two of the
who paid $?.> i>cr front foot for it.
pany. It is tho intention ot the com vice were visitors hero this week. The
Lyons is making arrangements for the pany to bring tho avenue to a grade
best tailoring houses in the U. S.
trip was made to show Mr. Clapp what
erection of n building thereon, which lie w ith Main street at tho junction, and
an immense body of water supplied the
S econd —We know how to
expects to occupy with a complete line reduce the grade to three jier cent. A
irrigation ditches and to also let him
<d pianos an<l musical instruments. It atone retaining wall will be built on the
see one of tho grandest eights on the
is hie intention to have a piano and river side of the avenue, and when the
music house tlull will l«< second to none work is completed it will bo one of the
Great fishing is reported from all
in noiithean Oregon.
Mr. Lyons comes most picturesque and bust thorough-
sides, and one does not need "luck” to
here highly recommended.
Ilia visit lares in the state.
catch an abundance of th« finny trilie
was primarily one of investigation, but
Nobby line of Men’s Suits in Stock
Hon. Geo. I.. Burnette was given an in this section.
lie was so favorably impressed with con
Among the visitors at The Lodge this
ditions here that ho immediately de outing on the Lower and Title lako by a
in Single and Double-Breasted
cided to locate, and purchased the prop number of the local bar. The party de week were:
Styles. From $8 to $16.
Mr. Vchtmnnn, Portland.
erty referred to.
lie is a valuable ad parted Friday and leturned Sunday
R. R. Flint, Sacramento.
dition to the business community and,
FREE—Wi’h every suit from stock
lr*»>*l ‘-»mon* ’
II. A. Grigsby, San Francisco.
with Ids wife who accompanies him, Rulenic, F. II. Mills and Capt. O. C.
from $12.50 up, a $2.50 Hat, Shirt
C. Stevens and Fred Kellet,Calistoga,
will undoubtedly assume an important Applegate. A good time was re|«irted
Imported and Domestic Fabrics of
place in the social life of thia city.
Mrs. llcyt, Frank Denton, Fort
Exclusive Patterns Tailored
The Lake County Agricultural Society Klamath.
Joseph M. Moore ul Colony Center
to our Order
Wm. Dulaney and party and Frank
arrived here Tuesday. Mr. Moore left w ill hold a live days racing meet July 2,
here last (all, and retutna lor the pur 3, 6, tl and 7, for which large purses are Bellers, and John Vaden, Klamath Falls.
Prices Always Right—$7 to $28 —
WE CAN FIT YOU OUT
Joe. and J. H. Hvssig, Klauiath Hot
pose of looking after property in which put up. This paper is indebted for a
FOR THE FOURTH . .
lie is interested in this city, expecting season ticket, which is appreciated.
Hessif, Fort Klamath.
to remain about two weeks, I io is a
Mrs. M. Gertrude Bart rum, wife of S.
Rond bed to Be Dredged
Through the Tulet»
4//? of July
In Tans, Patent Black and
Gun Metal Leathers
Pelican Bay Lodge
There's a Reason
are so stylish,
take your order.
New Line Hats and Furnishings
brother id Mrs. Joseph Sigler.
C. Bartrum, district forest superintend
Attorney General Crawford advises
F. B. Stratton, commissioner of the ent, died at her home in Ashland last all pertains having insurance in the
Tradera* Insurance Company, which re
I’ort of San Francisco, last week pur Thursday evening.
Races I Races! Races! of al! kinds for cently became insolvent, to reinsure if
chased the property now occupied by
large purses. Como and see them.
the City Meat market.
they wish insurance, and to tile claims
Klamath Falls Toggery Shop