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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1906)
Official Newspaper of Klamath
County and Leading Journal
ol the Interior Oregon Country.
The Largest Circulation and Is
the Best Medium for Reaching
a Prospere”;» and Trading Public
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 12, 1906.
PARIE I) B Y
IN BAITI HOUSE
DIVO RC E
Hike Moure's Dody Discovered l ast
liar Worthless llushaiid
TAKE IN SIGHTS
SUCCEDS J. B,
Close on Sunday as Directed by the
Mayor and Council.
i As a result of the recent action of tho
lluasie May Hone, n daiiglili-r of
I’y the resignation of J. B. Lippincott,
city council, the saloons were close«! all I su|M)rviaing engineer for the (Jailed
Thomas tlulnvaii, a aril kn«iwn resident
day taat ttond.y, and there ha. bren no
iro’.n’.mion" Buireu ¡7tbi ( m T
ol Portland, wa« g>nule<l a divorce from
g-mMinif. «1 loot no open g.mbhng, f„rni. I(i,lric, „ (, „
Oscar I'- Stone,to whom she was united
•incc 12 o clock Saturday night.
in marriage at H|sAuo>> July 2/. 11*00.
| ing engineer tor Oregon ami XVashing,
The taloon men seem to have accept- ton, will b. promote«! to have abarg. of
Mrs. Hlonu lealitled that many thing«
I <wl the new order of things with very
occurred sinee their union which cau«e«l
. the work on the entire coast a« lar south
her pain and Buffering, She »aid Mr.
as Ranta Barbara. The 8onth.ro Call-
Stone pawned her we lding present, anil
fornla district will lie added to that of
thizers, are not such good losers, an«i Engineer Hill, of Arizona.
.«plunder«' 1 the money. Hu falsely rep-
the l«za«lest complaints arc from that
le.cntu'i that lie wu. related to John
This action adds th. California terri«
quarter. Tho general public is well
Hay, ex Kmrelary of Mate, and 11 hr
tory to the Oregon an«l XVaahlngton die*
satisfied an«l the action ot the council
could rea< h Arizona bo could obtain
trict, making it certain that th. h«*d-
is warmly approvetl by even the majori qiiarters of the engineer for this diatrict
money to establish liluiaulf In business.
They went there, Mrs. Stone testified,
will Is; r«'taine«l in Portland.
The decision of the council was made Klamath halls project will now come
and Stone sold her piano and furniture
without any previous agitation or flour under the jiirl.wliction ot Engineer Hen
and «|H*nt the money.
Mr.. Stone lurtlirr rnniplalni-«! that Vastncss of Water Supply and Government Ditch Open Eyes of Excursionists ish of trun>;«le. It wa« simply a cool ney. Tlie si-heme was formerly handled
business-like an«l effective determin*-
in July, IVOS, she wont with her Inn*
by Engineer Lippincott.
, Hon. Nor does the council intend to
Irarnl t«> Butte, whore lie vi un to rutrtb
Mr. Henney expecto to come hero im
' assume the responribility of enforcing
liah hint«.-if in business. Mu» afterward
Marvel at the Grandeur of Upper Lake Scenery and Fishing
mediately to f«*t in toiuh with the de
all the laws of the state or the United tails of the project, so that ho can di
learned that ho lull loll Portland to
States. It concerns itself with the laws
avoid nrruat I rr rrimiiial off<-nc<«a. He
rect the work l«jrm the Portland office.
“Wr camv; wr naw; we ar<‘ con-
the city, although if the city ordi
s t arrested in M «ntaua an«l locke«! up <pl<<i«*'l! That
re tastily «bvorated- J’r»»- summer resort in the west locate,! at
tip in a nuUln*ll didk•arirw,
nance seems defective or not easy of en
|ur several months.
th«’ opinion cf »'Vi’ry in«»inlM'r of th«» vision had l»een tnado for alxoit 160 Pi-lican Bay, t»«l<-.*a an«l the Hjx-nce
Hlono, it ia charged, conducted a tiin- party of < x< tirMi<>ni*tM , mi l when w« re KU c M m , and the supply of chicken« cold ranch, ia certain, for nature has done forcement, tiie city authorities will act
and vaine lierland office in Portland, ami he swin turn to onr liomeM it will I m * a* walking hani, buttermilk« •»►lu water, ice cream, her work t<«> well to permit its neglect.
Will Begin Cross-Sectioning From
Ilo rocog dled Dr. ('. W. <'«.rni-htia amt others, tvlvi'ilii*i’nM*ntN of tho gr«*atno*M of the t akr, He, i*e«*mc*d ahnos ihcshatistiblc.
Mine ho«t Rice of the l>«lg>* sustained offense.
Those who decry the council', deter
who rode lie was brioight back to Portland Ironi Kl.iniath Banin.’*
This End of Line
During the lunch the orchestra render his reputati«xi for hospitality, and noth
mination to have its onlinancee decent-
lirai met ' Idaho, where lie wris living under an
Thia ¡ m th« opinion of one of th« lead ed most pleasing muek'« Mid much favor ing was left undone that would pro
no, a her»* assiininl iraeio, ami was tried. Tho ing in« hi I mta <»f the p irty <•( t’alifornia able comment was beard on the work of mote the comfort, pleasure and conven
Construction Engineer Hoey, of the
against the Sunday opening of stores,
jury disagreed un«l alter lie bad been in u«< tirni »nixtM who arrive! h«*r • Monday the boy*.
ience of the guests. Fishing was fine,
California-Nerthea.tern has de tai led a
jail a long time he «a- releas'd.
Judge Geo. T. Baldwin acted a« toaM- an«! a« the visitors gazc-1- through the shops, etc , sliouhi also be enforced ; but corps of his engineers to come to Klam
ni/ht. They wore iwt by the recaption
Aliritlirr clratge ninile by Mr«. Klone roinrnitteo al Pokegiinia, Hpenccr’* ami maMter, and short •*! I retow« were made. crystal waters ami saw the members of this claim is only made for the purpose
ath Falls an«] begin the work of croaa-
watthat M«rno choki-l ami kieke-l her Ki no. At Rpeiicvr’i» arrangement* > hn«l N. R. Merrill, the patriarch of Merrill, the finny trilie l.ixily waiting for loiit, of discrediting the city authorities’ law
nt Klamath rails in January, 11)03, Ire- I m «* ii made to provide a luncheon i (or < x tended a most cordial welcome to the they lost no time in getting the fishing enforcing. A clothing store or candy secti«>ning this end of the line. Thia
cause her father ndii«c<l to sen I him them, and when they lx>ar<h* I the v in ¡tors, and h<q**4 to * e them in Mer tackle rea«ly. Cashier Dalzell made tlie .hop violates no city ordinance by keep work is l«ing d'ne at thia to admit of
dredging « f the r« .-vllred through the
any more money. The ln«t she hcnr«l Ht«-iinivr Klamath at Ken > they were
rill often. Ih- was I»»llowcd by J. Frank catch of the «lay, landing a 20-|«>under. ing open on Sunday. A saloon docs. I tnle lands, which work he arranged for
The saltxin has a license, and pays for
ol Mono ho wa- in j.ul at Pendleton Again ina»h* aware of tin* hospitality of Adams, who made them a short talk in
The temptation was too great for
when here two wee!.« ag >. The dredg
awaiting trial on a charge ol obtaining the people
iple of thia
roiinty, for clabornte hi»« practical wav. Project Engineer many, ari«l they remained behin.l for a it, to keep open six «lays in the week. ing is to be d«>ne by J. Frank Adams.
money under fal«e prriensec. The pa n*fn*«hin<*nla
l«'cn prepare«! for Murphy gave a brief outline of what the «lay or two to enjoy the* beauties aiul The license itself specially states that
Thera is no l;k,’.i; I of other con
tlie saloon shall not be kept open on
per« were rwneil on M'-ne in tho I’ma- them, an ! on the trip up the river they government pr<»|»O8i*s to do and has al plea«ures of this delightful resort.
w ork on this line being com
till* <'mintv jail.
ha«t ample «qiportunity to satisfy their ready d'»ne. (’. N’. II iwkins f*«11 »wed in
In discussing it, one of the party
on Sunday will have its license revoke«!. mence«! on this en«l. This is due to the
Mono is well kn ,n in this city, hunger.
his inimitable style and stirred up the sai«l:
If any of the objectors to the council’s fact that it is practically imjxiaaible to
w here hia recorrl waaan un«.iv.,ry one,
On reachin.'thia city a delegation of mirth, a-« well as the serious thought of
“XX'e Californians are thoroughly fa
desite, in retaliation, to enforce get men and material. The force now
ari l hi« dejairtiire cl nle 1 by hating tla* Chain!« r of t'onimerrc, a large his hearers.
miliar with irrigation. It is the very
at work between Grass Lake and Mt.
abuMCtl the coiill-lelico ol those who l«< I liiimla*r of citizen« mt I th" Military
George W. Hill of Watsonville, Cali life of onr state. But we are not famil any state laws which do not concern
Hebron has been secured only after the
ban.) in« t them nt th«* Isiat landing an«i fornia, whoisonu of the largest £pple iar with the impossibility of drought.
hardest kind <A skirmishing, hundreds
esc «rie l them to the hotel. After re- gr-iwi rs and shipper* in California, f*»|- That is always a nightmare with us. initiate proceedings themselves.
Ju«t Low far gambling can te stopped of men having «•«._• ..•«•« 1 as (ar east as El
i, "ling t! . -t .in. «.( travel nn«l meeting hia« I Mr. Hawkins, lie1 expressed his Here it is different.
XVith this great
of cour--«?, problematical. The city Paso, Texas, and I tah. Only a very
n f-*iv «>f tin- hii'ling citizens *4 the admiration fur the Klamath basin, and lake as your source ot supply, there is
small per cent of those employ ad ever
County, tiny *‘t«-«k in” tin* city by U-livvc»! the near future would acts it ' no danger of a failure of water supply, authorities do not expect to expect to
reach the terminus of the road. Being
night. They were agreeably surprireii the 1« i r of nearly all. if not ull, of the even though snow and rain faile«l for
an«l furnished with transportation, they
nt what tin y -aw, an«! realizi'd a giant Pacific coast. Mr. Sill is a practical, several years. From w hat I have al- know that public
ci-nie to the coast, and on reaching
iv.r< springing tip among the |«*ak« ol successful, observant busitu-ss man—one re»iy «-cn I am thoroughly satisfieil bank and percentage games can and
XX'ecf continue «n north. Many of
II««* <'.i-e vl«*«, that ere long v. ,ul«l be wh> has laid experience enough to make •dial this is to be one of the greatest sec- I
those w ho do reach the grading camps
•pi. . ii «if southern On g. n ami one that him a c snpetent judge, and his re tions on the Pacific <*>>a>t. This is a fessiona! gamblers will find their occu
only remain a few days, and then strike
would have n«> p«*er from Cortland to marks ma-le a prof >uud impression on br«>a<l assertion, but I make it without pation gene, so far as Klamath Falls is I
concerned, and those who champion the out for other fields.
*'.ui rrnin isvi.
fear of contradiction. I have seen wliat
This transportation of laborers has
Tm ««lay iii'iririm« the party dr«we to
After lunch the P-rrty was driven irrigation has «lone for our state, an«l cause of the professional gambler and been the source of great expense, for
«li «a! ili Ite na
Merrill, when n tn «st cor lia! ami bos- through Merrill, then to the A-lanis what has been accomplished there wili (
The council has not started a moral their railroad fare must be paid, «nd
ti Cari e A lull
pilnblc n-eepti «n w.w accor lcd them. ranch, where tl« y had an opportunity be duplicated here. Of course, you are I
wave or religious revival. It simply in while special rates are provided for such
lltr -o m «re «bin
Mi. !i ha-lx*en sat«l alxiut the inability to m-o where many <>f the fine horses out of the citrus belt, but there are other
tends to have its onlinancee observed ; people, yet the aggregate runs into
Lvtw.ati one m I
.•I Merrilliten to “warm up” to tlie that supply the Frisco market were things yielding greater returns than the
ami the other city officials can be de thousands of dollars.
s In t
■ a:ig« r. But the nc«'nsati<in is n w n>ng raised. From there they drove to the citrous fruits.
pended upon to carry out the Council’s
“Fewr inland towns in America are so
■i.«*. Every citizen of that hustling Whitney ranch and l-aek l'> the Merrill I “The members of this party, though
favorably located or have such pleasant
little town was r«pi:il to the occasion, landing, where they boarded the boat anticipating a go««l deal, have been ’ desires.
<o««r.-c Mathew «, w’,.( n,nk« on th.
«Hid if anyone left feeling that ample for the return trip.
agreeably surprised. One of the moat
The Republican is in receipt of a sea- surroundings as Klamath Falls,” was
canal, ata'e.l that )><• h i I met th«« dr
To Pelican Bay.
eourte»ii*s Inul not ls*en cxtemled, it
favorable impressions made on us is ac- 9on ticket to Hie l?th annual assembly the remark of a visitor recently. “Be
.«■«•••■I • i>ly XL,inlay .............
XVednee.lay the excursionists were credited to the hoopitolity of your peo-
i«a- hia own f.uilt, for nothing was left
the XX'illamette X'alley Chautauqua sides its close relations to a rich farming
« i i- □rkwl at
ii:i>l«'li<' to show the vis.tors that Merrill t rented to a aeries of snrprisea. They pie. Then* w as no friction, no wire- Association, to be held in Gladstone Park region, its mountain scenery is a joy to
Itio'<1.«* < .imp ,at lit,« W eed r«*nd soine*
-l ul ls rcaily to extend tlie warm I iuik I l.iar-lvd the Wineuia at the Iluvna Vista pulling. Everyone was f *r this secti'jn Oregon City, July 10 to 22. An exten behold, while the lake at its foot is a
tun«* ag«i. Hi* «lei I rt<»l remember his
vf fi 1« mlsliip to »wry«»nc.
landing, and started on their trip to a.« a whole. If this spirit is manifested sive program will be carried out, and most charming resort for acquatic sport,
name, but w h< n al C. i ooks*
«k«', , b«* ha I t««!«l
The Merrill Trip
Pelican IUy. Exjiecting meagre trans at all times, to in«livi«luals as well as it is expecte«! to make it the best and the inland sea on its northern bor«
Col. Sf.fl. XX'ilkin- loft for Pnyallup
liim that he i « i been
1 n i
facilities, their eves were parties, it w ill do much to build np your Assembly in the history of the Assoeia- . der is a thing of beauty to make the
The party left this city for Merrill at
Sunday niorr.ing, w hitlu-r he wa. suiti-
around Or «vole, Cal
t'al . , an i that his
7210 Tuesday. Flops were made at the opened by the trim and neat XVinema, section. The country is as dependent tion.
inoiu-«l by thè desili ol 1 ia vigili ycarold
home wa> In I n
«t'ity, Mo. The d,
< ant mil mil Henley ranches, w here they and, a« one exprewed it, “It's like find on the cities as the citie. are on the
guind- oi, w ho dlvd Fridny. The Col-
ceased ha«I t -I.I others that be camv
Im I their eyes ojicncd to the |w>s«iliilitiea ing an oasis in a desert to find a lioat of country, and Isztli must work hand in
miei waa tostar fnther lo ih. b y, and
from lllin« t«.
of this county. J. D. Carroll extendml this character ac> far inland. The beau han«l to achieve success."
(evia Ilio lo«« kevnly, for he wn« a great
A message was n« <*lv« I from Xeno
to them every |«>««iblc courtesy, and the ties of the Upper Lake far exceeded
Thursday and Friday the excursion
favorite of liia.
• taring that tin* man'« nami* »«« Mik«*
brief stop was thoroughly enjoyisl. On tlieir expectations, and when the Bay ists will take in the sights of this city
Buy a homo in South Khimath Falla. reaching Merrill they went directly to eatne in sight, with its setting of Mt. an«i ailjacent country, when they will
M isiii ' nn I that lo* I, . I woik,-1 (or Win.
tho o|H>ra house, where a feast was in Pitt to the north and Sliasta to tlie return to their homes. The trip was a
| waiting. Everything, down to the min south, surrounded with pine-clad hill« success in every sense that that term
utest detail, hail lieen carefully prepar- and dotted with patches of snow, they implies, and it is only the forerunner of
could hardly Iw-lieve tlieir eyes. That a serie, of a like nature.
GOLDEN STATE VISITORS SURPRISED
RESOURCES AND POSSIBILITIES
FAR EXCEED EXPECTATIONS
Visit Henley, Merrill and Pelican Bay and are Over
whelmed With Hospitality
JANES CALVIN SIGLER HIGH POSITION
FOR KLAMATH BOY
James Calvin Sigler died at his home
in this city, Saturday, July 7, death be
ing due to heart and stomach trouble,
from lie had been a sufferer for several
years. Coder the auspices of the A. O.
C. XV. laxlge. of which thodeceased was
was fa member, tho funeral was held
Saturday afternoon. He is survived by
a wife, and one eon, who reside in this
city ; four daughters, two of whom live
in Bickleton, Wash.; one in Bisbee, Ari-
r.onn, and one in Yakima City, Wash.;
one brother residing here, and three re
siding in Modoc conuty. Cal.
Mr. Sigler was fifty-three years of ago
He first camo to this county about 28
years ago, but only the past seven years
were of continuous reeidonee. During
that time ho engaged in various lines of
business, and was quite successful. Ho
was a man who was well liked and
leaves a host ol friends who mourn hia
death and who extend tlieir sympathy
to the bereaved family.
Tn last week's issue n mistake was
imide In stating that tho newly organ,
ize.l car|K*nti*r's union luul decided to
' arbitrarily domaml eight hours a day
and a scale of $3.50 to t-L.'iO per dav.
The information wa.« fnrnlshe«! from an
outsiuo, and what was believed to be
a reliable source. Ifa«l the union made
known its purposes to this paper, the
‘ error would not have occurred.
An officer ol the union states that no
change iu present conditions is to lie
made until after organization is per-
| fecteil. As yet no charter has been is-
sued, but it is espeeteil shortly,
tho question of fixing working hours
uik I a scale will be considered. What
«■ver action is taken at that time will go
into force only after due notice is given
aud ample time allowed contractors to
Tho officers of tho union are, George
Hamilton, president; A. M. Taylor,
vice president; XV. P, McMillan, treas
Mr. E. M. Furman is locating here in
urer; A. E. Ilamlier, secretary; George
the piano business. He lays claim to
Not th, conductor; O. E. Hurst, warden.
be the pioneer dealer, as he first estab
Street Railway Situation lished in 1878 in thia state, lie sold
goods in Klamath Fulls more than 2'»
years ago, and now Ims a shipment of
A. 11. Naftager, preeident of the Cal- pianos on the way to this place. Those
fornia-Northvaatern« arrivvil here last who may want pianos will do well to get
Friday. lie had no public statement to prices and terms from Mr. Furman,
relative to the street railway situation. lie is conducting a business in ('<**
C. N. Hawkins« head of the Klamath county« Oregon, ami in several of the
(’anal company, arrived bore Monday, U-st localities in California
He was equally reticent on the subject.
Both gentlemen, however, admitted a
Masofi <t Slough have about complet
conference was possible, and It ia under ed their tire proof vault. The ateel door
Mood that the question of reaching an for it arrived thia week. When thia
agreement will bo taken up to-day.
vault ia finished, thia well known realty
firm will have a repoeitory for ita re-
Weinharda Celebrated Lager Beer corda that will inaure their absolute
on draught at the Central.
Claude R. Fountain, nephew of P. L.
and John Fountain, of this city, has
been elected to the chair of physics in
VX’illiams College, Massachusetts, one of
the old establish?«.! and high class col-«
leges of the New England states.
Professor Fountain is a Klamatti Falls
boy, having graduated from the public !
school in this city, after which he passed
through the State University* of Oregon
and Columbia University, New Y’ork.
The following officers were installed
by district deputy Geo. T. Baldwin of
the A. O. V. XV. Lodge on Tuesday
evening: W.O. Smith, I’. M. W ; Roy I
Ifamaker, M. XV.; John Y'aden, Fore
man ¡Frank Wilson, Overseer; J. XV.
Siemens, Recorder; Geo. T. Baldwin,
Receiver; Alex Martin Jr., Financier;
Walter Lenox, Guide; Emil Egert, In
side Guard; W. XV. Baldwin, Outside
In his remarks after the ceremonies,
Judge Baldwin stated that twenty years
ago bo assisted in installing the late J.
W. Hamaker, father of the present M.
XV., as the first Master XVorkman of
Linkville Lodge number 110.
Rev. Father Fettsi who has been ab-
Bent for the past two weeks, returned
from I-aketiew Friday. During hie
viait to that town he made arrange
ments for the purchase of some land on
which to erect a new church, which will
probably bo done next year. The re
sponse to hia appeal was generous.
There will be service* at the Catholic
Church next Sunday.
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Gun Metal Leathers
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