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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1906)
Official Newspaper of Klamath
County and Leading Journal
ol the Interior Oregon Country.
T*« Large« Circuì« Ion art Is
the Be« Mrtlum for fteachlrif
I Prospero« and Trading Public
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 19, 1906.
NEW THEATRE TO
NO. î 6
IS SET ASIDE
be built H ere By Secretary Hitchcock for
TO BE EXPENDED
A WISE SUGGESTION
A PrictMl Method to SacUra Pro-
/ due l ng Settlers.
"It ^ia« heen demonstrateil
This Assures its Comple
SECOND UNIT OF
THE MAIN CANAL
At the r«tfiilar semi-monthly meeting
tion Without Fear of
dresa < Irsle will Is! on the Aral tl<a>r, cavil filial people can lie interested in
of the city eoundl, bekl in the city hall
Major C. E. Worden Backs and the stage will ho one of the largest tbe Klanisth basin. Tl»e result of the
last Monday nlgbt, routine bo*in«a* wa*
Failure to Receive Bid»
In tin* state and have on cither aid« of II visit/of Californians proves this. They
transected. A petition, signed by prop
the Proposition and
Will Not belay Ita
cam* here, investigated and invested.”
two tlera of lam««.
erty owner« in tbe block* located be-
Washington, July 14.—Th* Actinq : twven Foarth ami Sixth street«, was
"The fiirrilsliiou* will lie comiuoLBiir Thu* did one •/ the beet-known citisans
at.- with tlu< rest of tlw* house, only th« of t|>d« county espreae himself when dis Hecretary of the Interior ha* transferred 1 preseuted, aaking the dty council to e«-
lies I of material entering into the con cussing conditions existing in this another *1,000,000 of the reclamation i tabilsh fire limit*, and that tbeae block*
Bull ha* been com menee* 1 by Mr*.
At hi* request, hi* name is fond for the Klamath Irrigation project, * be includrt therein. It «ra* referred to
struction, It will lie patterned after I'otenty.
Will Occupy tlround
Mary M. Cloptoo, widow of th*
Ilin Urpliruin of Hau Francisco, that wit hbeld ; but be I* a man thoroughly
’ the fire and water committee, with in-
H. L. Clopton, against WU-
Corner of Fourth and Main
Imus« coming nearer my ideas of an ported, and in a f»>«IHon to give ezpres- available for conatrueiion. The greater r «traction* to Investigate the question of late
ideal theatre than any of those 1 visited.
* fire limit* and have prepared by the bur M. White, the real estate agent,
•mall portion of tbe irrigated land being ! city council an ordinance embracing ; to eonij«! him to recover to her the title
"Already everything that ia ¡M.ssible at enable.
to have done toward the erection of the / “It goes to provw one thing: You in California. Work I* being energetic their views, provided it *aw the mtab-
to a strip of laud 45x120 feet, known a*
(>n th« property nituAtr«l »»n Main building haw l>een accomplished, and , m-isl bring the ]mopl** here. You must ally pushed on the construction of the 1 iiihment of fire limit* a necessity.
Boporvising Engineer D. t. Henny aK
1 in block 3B, corner of Seventh
H. B. Gates, Lead of the light, water
strwt, lM*tw*M*u th«’ new U’ltherow- further o)H-ratious will la* pushed with go after them. Tlie country is full of tbe outlet tunnel from Klamath Lake.
in thia city from Portland Tues
The Secretary also pledgee *2.400,000 and telephone coin panic«, appeared be street and Klamath avenue, which she
building ami tin’ Emma bi«M’k, vigor, as anon a* the removal of the ' people dealring a change, but they do
day evening, and since then baa been
not know just where to go, and if the
fore tbe council and called tb«ir atten
And nowneeuptal by th<? Klamath Kmn* present tenants will |H*rmit it."
bitty getting in loach with the details
misrepresentation and fraud.
The theatre ia aa g'««l as built, when Klamath basin and ita opportunities plete the project.
tion to tlie reeervatioo made in tbe plat
inertial Kompany’« ami Winter«’ build
of tbe Klamath project, which has beet:
of tlie Hot Springs addition, whereby
ing«. will lie err« ted the thirst th<«tre Major Worden ways he will do It. His *-err properly presented to them they
placed under bi* furiedietirm since the
cause the public land receipt« tor the the owners of tbe eddition reserved for attorney« for Mr*. Clopton, ami in their
In Onqpm, iiutnhlr <»( |‘<>rtmlu!. It in reputation for "doing things" ia s*> well wr,»uld glaiily cuue here.
resignation of Engineer Lippintott.
‘The first consideration la:
What paat year greatly exceeded tbe depart themselves the right to grant public complaint they allege that she author
n«»4 a new idm, ir <>ne tlmt boa been re known that reference to it is unneces
When teen by a Republican represen
i*l of people do we need. In my opin- ment'« Mtimatea. While the return* utility privitegee. He stated that tbi* ised White to sell 4* feet off lot *, block
cently l'»nn<^l, but i« the «mtgr<»uth of a sary. A decision <>n hiapart to do certain
tative, Mr. Henny raid that ho waa here
It 1« «ell «re not completed, It I* found that th« was a very bad practice, for, when this
lierlai • hi reached lai»t winter in Han J«»sv things means its accomplishment, ami ioi)> we neeil the producer.
for the purpuee of getting in touch with
receipt« exceeded th* estimate* by more addition waa made part of tbe city of lor **U per front toot, agreeing to pay
when Major <*. E Worden was witnms- the various enterprises which he has enough to interest the capitalist, but it
him 5 per eent. commission for hl* affair« and that no change would Bo
Klamath Falla tbe o«rner* of the eddi
big a performance in «me of the thoatrw fathered ami brought to successful com- ta*e« more than tbe capitalist to develop
White succeeded in selling tbe made in existing condition*.
plvlion stand as monuments to his en the country.
We need tbe man with been divided among four etale«, Oregon tion would have authority over the
in that city. Tublie announcement win
The Secretary of the Interior ba* ap
ergy, push ami confidence in the future tli<4 hoe; the man who will till the soil and California, on the Klamath project; street* and alley* therein paramount to property to Barnes A Anten for their
hot made until nil plan« were coin
proved tbe recommendation of the
greatness of Klamath Falls. This latest an*I produce. Until we got him, Klam
tlie city council; and suggested the ad
platal, and when seen by a Itopubliran
Board of Examining engineers that the
undertaking will represent an invest- ath1 county will move «lowly ahead; but heretofore announeol, and Idaho which visability of the rity, when the time ar executed a deed in his own name, in
repreoaMitatlve, Major Wonl«n was not
second unit of th* project be con
ment of over fJU.oOO exclusive of the whAn be makes Ins appearance it will gets additional money for Ila two pro rived to do so, of refusing to accept this cluded in which waa not only tbe 45 feet
inrlin«-! to di«rui*a the omcrpriMc,
facing on Main street but atoo the 45 feet strutted by the government. It was for
jetts now building.
ground. That the theatre will lie every lorg^ forward by leaps and bounds.
addition as pert of the city unless this
"I don't cure to discuss throe thing«
immediately in ths rear thereof, facing thia unit, which comprises about nine
Doubling the cash allowance for the reservation was rescinded.
"^ Iie neat thing to contider is how to
In advance/* lie »aid, "preferring tn let thing that he says it will Is* goes with
In transmitting teen miles of main canal and nsarly
He further stated that he had no per
the development •»( my plan» apeak lor out saying, lor the various blocks he get 'the man with tlie i»oe Interested. I
4fty miles of laterals, that no bid* were
ting new contracts to reclaim land not sonal interest in the matter at all, only tbe deed to Mrs. Clopton, who wae at
tbeinmdve», but since you have oarer* haa erected are typical of the man and have given tlie subject a great deal ol
that time in California, be informed her, received recently.
seeking to subaerv* tbe interest« of ths
st»>dy, and <*na plan that contains tbe
taitil'd the pur|»>>«<' «>( my tran»actinns.
Immediate preparations will bo made
tbe complaint alleges, that "in order to
eigmenls of feasibility has presented oonatruction. Juat what work will be people of Klamath Falls; that he waa
J will udl you what I propoar doing.
the ernnmeneognent of thia work,
tak en up next baa not been fully deter amply able to cars for his own rights in make the said sate it waa necessary to
itkelf to me.
"I aa I winter, while attending a jM«r-
and when once begun wUl bo pushed
LAND FRAUD CASES
f'Tbie county is authorised by law to
ths matter without asking the assistance
formatter ill on«« • »< the theatre« in Kan
with a vigor that will mean it* com
length off said lot 1.”
comeudaliona of Engineer Henny, who of the council or anyone else.
appropriate *1.0UU annually (or sdver-
J<*ar, th«- thought occurred to me that
F. W. Rigg« of Bonanza has born
Mr*. Clopton made inqniriee aa to pletion within tbe time specified in th«
bow haa full charge of thia project.
Another object he had in view, he
Klamath Fall« would l>r n good place •aibpoenaed to appear before the United li*i»g or exploitation. 1 would suggest
Tbe government Will
The Klamath project can be built aa said, was the protection of the city why he exceeded bi* authority and why
fur a firat-eiAM« thralra, and I decided til FteU'a Court now in session in Portland, that this money tie act aside snd used
day, and *4 per day
a whole or in sections. It was originally against possible competitors when it be the deed was made in his name, and
Intil«l one. my plan l>aihg to hare It for the pur|*oee of giving teetimonv in tot the purpose <>( paying the expenses
White visited her in Berkeley. There for teams. This includes board for the
came the owners ol tbe light and water
of! two men. On* ot these men should
rea«ly for bu«hmw« about the time the tlie land fraud casra.
men and feed for tbe honee.
Rigg« was for
ing one unit before taking up the next. plants. He stated hi* willingnee* to let be told her that he considered *3,290 al!
Work on the first unit is progressing
railrvwl roachr*! her»’, I accordingly merly employed aa a printer in the l>* a producer—a man who ha* accom
both piece* of property was worth ;
tbe city exercise its right, through the
purcbaaed I lie Ihifty pnqwrty. Tin« ntfik e of the bmithern Oregonian, Med plished sooictbing, who can «bow re
Mason, iMvis Co. are ad
was not certain of the real satisfactorily.
option it held, to buy the light and
gave mr siity f«wt frontage on Main ford. the proprietor of which, Charlae Salla and who can tell it. The other
hundred men, paying
upon thoae land« aa fast aa water ia water plant«, taking either or both of name* of the parehaeere at the time be
street, by l»l fret <lcep.
When th»’ Nickell, ia under indictment (or alleged should be a bustler, a “booster,” who
*2.70 per day for laborers and *0 for
ready and for thia reaaon it waa deter them. This it could do now or at the made oat tbe deed; that be had de- *
Withrmw M»dha«c block waa dvcldvd participation tn fraudulent transactions can give the necessary vim anil push to
They received a large consign
posited said purchase price to her credit team*.
mined to push work hereafter.
end of five yeatr* when tbe option ex
on, I made arraticementn to pnrrha*«' a in connection with the acquiring of Che undertaking. For the first person
in a Klamath Fall* bank and "that she 1 ment of Greeks thia week and are ex
I would suggest J. Frank Adam«.
one-ltalf interval in the rant wall. Thia public I an* I
While there ho overheard!
would get into serious litigation if she 1 pecting more. (The government is in
no* lake bed or swamp. Until tbe
In discussing the question of baying
waa mnatttniiiHtial Monday of thia week, various remarks and conversation*« embodies all of the attribute* ncoessary
creasing ita woiklng forte on the lateral
water ia drained iff and these lake bed a the plant* referred to, after tbe adjourn refused to sign tbe deed,” which «be ac- 1
and I iminrdUtrly gave in«tructionn to which lie >e|*eated to another new»p«|*r to make tbe undertaking a suceeaa. He
eonetruetton work, and the progreoo it
dried, it will be iu^oesible to complete ment of the council, a strong sentiment oordiagly eweewted.
II he is aako<l what
)ka\r the ground vaeavatrd l«» my line man in Ashland. This information «*■ bat done things.
be has it»»« during his residence here, the project. Thia draining and drying was maoifeeted toward* tbe immediate
Thi« work 1» pr»4’tu’al|y vomplrtnl.
in turn aiven Io a government iuspe* U>r
process will require several year«; but acquirement of both the electric light of said representations were false and
Ira C. White ia making arrangemente
•The tmftding* occupying the ground who promptly informed United Stet*'« he can tell it, and in a manner that will,
the meantime all land now and and water plant*. It ia recognised that (redolent, and were made by the defend for tbe drilling of an artesian well on
convince the most skeptical.
are under Iraae of the tenant*«, but just District Attorney Bristol.
ant for the purpose of misleading and the East Klamath Falla tract.
know that Mr. Adams would accept; which ia intended to be reclaimed will it will be only a matter of a short time
as a»"»n a* the Isaac rapirro ami they
last F ml ay Briatol wired United
defrauding the plaintiff; that he had given the queetion a good deal of study
before the city will own both of these
ran move to otbrr quartern, I will han* Ktates Commisaioner Martin to subpoe but be is a broad-minded, public-apinted
secured purchasers who agreed to W and consideration, and is of th* opinion
the prujwrtv rlruml and ciravatimi na Riggs, and the latter left lor Port citizen, who would not permit prrsonal allotment made today it ia believed that public utilities, and the belief was ex
*2250 for the 45-foot strip off lot 8, the that, nonwithstandlng thia section si of
preference to stand in the way of public
w«»rk «tart«d. Owning th«’ wall» on land Monday nig lit.
price originally asked by the plaintiff; volcanic origin, the strata* are not suflb-
city by immediately purchasing them
duty, and to my mind be would be aerv-
wither «ide. ad I lune to do i« to put in
ditch ia dug and water on every avail now, instead of waiting for the expira that "he made the deed in his own dently broken up to interfere with an
lug tbe public it he would accept.
the end« and a roof.
name because he desired to defraud the artesian plow. This opinion Li concur*
George W. Malone.
tion of the optioo.
“For the second man, I would leave able acre.—Sunday Oregonian, July 15.
"The theatre will la* Hp>todatr in
plaintiff out of the strip ot land in block red in by many expert*.
•very particular, and will l*r fitted with
George W. Malone, nn olil tlm»* and
1;” and that "by reason of his double-
•rvry modern convenience for «*a*y exit. well known resident of this city, <iie<l at should have experience, ability, push,
Telford <k Sbn ate prepared to build
dealing he took advantage of hi* fiduc
The building will la* «Vixl(M) (vet, and his Main «trrrl homo Friday m*»rning, ami be thoroughly posted on all sections
iary capacity to make thia profit ia ad you a launch of any si* deaired and at
a»i«h- from two »torr na>m«
facing July 1:1. Drath was *ltie to old as.-**. He ot Klamath county.
a price that places It within ytmr reach.
Th« Best Peuple on Earth to Make dition to his commission.
"Willi Ulis team, I would tend Iwck
mi Mam st reel, will I m « <Mciipie«| by the was 73 years old, and had teen » resi
U* ■ Visit.
thraln*. Tlir i’iii rniin’ Mill I m * madron dent ol the city for tie* paat seven years. into tlie middle west plenty of advertis
Maili street, through a I'J-fo»»! lobLv. He is survived by a wife and one daugh ing matter.
I would have them make
The question is asked daily if it pays
¡«coding from thia lobby will I m * stair ter. The funerel was held on Sunday, the county fairs and small towns of the
Get ready for a food time—one of
ways of alwHit the auinv width to the two under the auspices of the Masonic Ix«lgo various stalee, I’d have them do some to own or rent a farm in this county. those jolly, wbole-eouled, full-of-fun,
circus bill-pueiiug announcing their com Any man who has done either, using good timea that alvaya follow in the
Tin* incliii'xl parquet an*I interment lieing in the citv cafiuetery.
ing, and when they reached tbe place ordinary care and intelligence in bis «rake of a heard of Elka, thoee eon« of
I'd have them give a public talk in one labors, will readily answer in the af joy wlioee presence always brings pleas
of the halla ol the town. I'd have them firmative. On every hand can be found ure. The members of the lodge* from
tell tlie people what we bad out here the evidence of the wisdom of follow Roseburg to Chico, including Grant*
and what can and will be done. I’d ing agricultural pursuit* here, aud one I’aae, Ashland, Sisson and Yreka, are
have them answer every question fully doe* not have to go far to find plenty of planning on a trip to thia eoction about
aud completely, and then I'd have them farmers who have made handsome the middle of next month. They have
make up a party ot these people and profit* on their investment. Two cases heard
of onr tall
kilxlg of ^ame'
send them out here. Borne may say of this character were brought to the I tlmber> fillej with
Uiis would be difficult. Try it and see.' attention of the Republican thia «reek. tlie tall grass abounding with winged
Short Brothers, who are well known inhabitants, and the lakes and stream*
There are thousauds of men today liv
ing in the middle west who would coms in this county, in discussing this phase inter-larded with members of the finny
iisre hag and baggage if Uiey knew what of agriculture, gave this as their ex tribe, and they decided to take the
ALL STYLÉS TOES
we had to offer. These people are not perience. They rent alfalfa land for *3 connty by storm and carry off some of
Each year they drill in our trophies.
paupers, either. They are comfortably per acre.
lxrnk at California, for instance. among the old alfalfa about two pounds
While here, they may initiate some
Where did she get her people? From of seed. This method haa insure*! them new- members into the Ashland lodge,
thia very tame claw, and by pursuing a good stand of alfalfa annually, and conferring part of tbe degrees.
practically the same course 1 suggest. they have been cutting each season five initiation cannot bo complete, but the
This same result can lie duplicated here. tons of this forage to the acre. This remaining degrees may bo taken by the
"The real estate men, or others, could year they have already contracted HIM) new members when they can make it
This shows a convenient to visit Ashland. Already
Why Our Sults are so stylish,
supply tbe two men I suggest, with a tone at *10 in the bale.
list of the property they have for sale. gross earning capacity of *50 per acre. there are a great many member* of this
up-to>date and lit so well«
Thoy need not sell it.
It would be bet It costs, including rent, about *10 per worthy ord»>r here, and steps have been
Instead, give the name and acre to put this alfalfa in the bale, leav taken to secure permission for tbe estab
address of Uie seller to tho inquirer and ing a net profit of *40 per acre, or ten lishment of an Elks’ clnb in this city.
per cent on a valuation of *4 V an acre. A lodge cannot be instituted until the
lot him do the business.
"With the*1,000referred to this work Dees that pay?
city has a population of 5.000. but it is
The second ease is that of Grant Har possible that in the meantime the Elk*
cuuld lie done. The railroads would
gladly furnish Uie transportation. The rison, who resides 2’« miles southeast may be permitted to establish a clnb.
other expenses could be met, and a of this city. Twenty-three months ago
A* soon a* the date of their invasiOb
Let us take your order. If the dethes
sufficient amount of territory covered to he came here and purchased lfll acres is definitely settled, steps will bo taken
DON ’T FIT DON T TAKE ‘EM
Ijist year he av by the local Elks to prepare means for
demonstrate the feasibility of the prop of dry land for *.W00.
osition. Then, if tbe p«*ople were satis-
the entertainment of the visitors, and
Nobby line of Men's Sults 1A Stock
fled with the result, they could, next and this year the average will lie 45 it is certain that a good, lively time will
year, raise sufficient money to send two bushels, he having summer-fallowed 00 be handed the denisens of Rogue River
in Single and Double-Breasted
or more such parties into the field.
It acres of his farm. Three weeks ago he valley and Northwestern California.
Styles» From $8 to $16»
is only by such methods that rapid, sub sold this property for *flO00. In ad-
dition to the money made he haa,
stantial devslopment can be secured.”
fREE-With tvrry ntt fnm stock
through the income of thia land, ac-
from $U.S0 up, n 0&S0 Mat, SMH
1-ast 8unday waa the flrat day no cumulated about *1000 in other pr<>p-
mail waa received in thia city, and the erto; thoroughly equipped his farm
buaineM internet* realised the extent of
valuable improvements and has money Connty Commissioner’s waa held last
the inconvenience. An order ba* been
in the Isthk. That is a record for two week and Monday and Tureday of this.
issued by the Postofllce Department dis- years that a man may feel proud of.
Outside of auditing account* very little
we cam nr vou our
continueiug the Pnnday delivery be
These two cases are not isolated ones. business was transacted. The board de
FOR THE FOURTH . .
tween thia city and I'okegania. Ae yet
Throughout this great inland empire cided to make no improvthnent* on the
the ■even day service to Bonanza. Ij»ke- there »re hiimlwrlrss others, but these bridge over I xm I river at Merrill. Il also
View, Merrill and other towna Will lie two are cited to show that it does pay decided to improve the bridge over Link
river, in this city, and make it thorough
Continued, but unless aomo atrange- to fatm in Klamath county.
tnenta can be made to eecure Bunday
See the Electric Wonderland and Mov
earvice for thia city, the Monday service
Buy a home tn South Klamath Fall«.
ing Pictures at the Houston opera house
to theee places Will he stopped.
For a homo see L. Jacob*.
Friday and .Saturday night*.
CLOPTON VS. WHITE
ELKS ARE COMING
In Tans, Patent Black and
fian letal Leathers
Swèltet Shoos In Town
There's a Reason
—We represent two of the
best tailoring houses in the U. S.
—We know how to
New Line Hats and Furnishings
Klamath Falk Toggery Shop