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E. B. HENRY
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
All kinds engineering and draughting
Plans and Specifications Furnished
J. E. DUVAL
CONTRACTOR and Bl'ILDER
can tie found anywhere than are grown
in this valley, and the peaches and
more delicate fruits are delicious, but
are not always a sine crop.
such as rasplx'rries, strawberries, goose
berries, currants etc. grow very thrifty
and yield plentifully, while the marsh
and tule lands are especially adapted to
the culture of the cranberry.
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.
Ever occur to you that we soinetiinee
need money'.* We know it has to some
of our subscriber*; bill to others, well
we guess they have just forgotten all
nlsiiit it. \>uv is the time to pay your
subscription. Pay in advance, if you w til,
but pay it. The Republican is making a
liberal offer to its readers, in the way of
free magazines, etc., and in doing so it
has an* object the collecting of back
subscriptions. You get‘nil value in Thu
Republican alone, and we Inqie you w ill
appreciate our additional offer suffi
ciently to step into our office and pay-
Klamath County has always been
noted for raising gixxi horses and tine
There are thousands of
MAIN STREET. Bet. 5th and 6th Sts
3 3 3 06
acres of open Government range where
they graze for seven and nine months of
The Centre of the Inland Em the year, and always in prime condition,
pire and the Govern i Together with hogs they are easily
made ready for market and command a
ment’s Greatest Irri
Attorney and Counselor at Law
g<xxl price from one end oi the year to SOCIETIES OF KLAMATH I ALLS
Examining Atistracts a Specialty
A. O. I’. W.— I.inkville Ixxlge No. 110 I
Poultry and Bees
meets in Hie A. O. U. W. hall every
The country is adapted to the poul Tuesday evening. Visiting Brothers al
O ffice — New Worden Building
The fowls are always ways welcome. Roy lliunakar, M. W.
Bv C roit A N owlin '
healthy, and eggs and chickens always
J. W. Siemens, Recorder.
bring a high price.
Evangeline Lodge No. 88 Degree of
There are a number of apiaries in the
DR. WM. MARTIN
I valley and no better houev can lie found Honor Ixxlge meets in the A. <». U. W.
Klamath County is one of the southern
than is made here, pure, clear with de hall every second and fourth Thursdays
counties of Oregon and extends to the licious flavor, it is the delight of the in the month. Nancy N. White, C. of H.
Jesse Marple, Recorder.
California line. It is larger than some : epicurean.
of the eastern states, extending one
W. O. W. Ewauna Camp, No. 799, W.,
hundred miles from North to South and
<1. W., meets every Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o’clock at Sanderson’« nail. All
in its widest part is more than seventy
, Falls has long Imen known as the neighbors cordially invited.
miles from East to West.
The big mule
C. K. Brandenburg, Clerk. I
deer and the saucy blacktali are found
BONNEY A TEXTOR
M.— Klamath Lodge No I
Gty of Klamath Falls
. in large numbers in the mountains,
LEGAL, REAL ESTATE and AB
while the black and cinnamon Ix-ars are 77. Meets Saturday evening on or tie
The fishing in the fore the full moon of each month ill the
ot always in evidence.
Will tarnish Abutracn of title and pay taxes is beautifully located at the mouth
numerous lakes and rivers is the finest Masonic Hall. Alex Martin Jr. W. M.
for non residents.
Link river on the shores of pretty little in the world, and the wild fowl includ
W. E. Bowdoin, Secretary.
The examination, registration and perfect lake Ewauna and overlooking a large ing geese, ducks, quail, and sage het's
O. E. S.—Aloha Chapter No.61, meets |
ing of titles a specialty,
are found in countless numbers.
M aih S treet portion of Klamath Valley.
offlo«, Naw Wonsan Bxn-x
in the Masonic hull every second and 1
! It has a population of about twenty-
fourth Tuesday evenings in each month. [
Climate and Health
I five hundred and is growing very rapid
Laura A. Willits, w. M.
The climate is mild for so high an Kearnes, Secretary.
ly, so fast that the mills cannot furnish
altitude, the thermometer seldom regis
I. G. O. F.— Klamath
i lumber to build the houses, its school tering as low as zero.
meets every Saturday
buildings are ante ng the lest in the and falls are delightful and the nice
A. <>. U. W. hall. Jasper Bennett. N.G.
State, the high school building being a weather frequently continues until
Geo. L. Humphrey, Secietarv.
Christmas. The springe are the ouly
tine brick recently constructed at a cost
bad feature of the climate.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46.I.O.O.F.
of »30,000, while the public school late and blustery, but severe weather of
Encampment meets second and fourth
: building is a substantial atone structure anv
any kind is practically unknown.
[ costing over »20,01'0. The town is sit-
the general health of the [»eople is Saturdays in the month in
A. O. U. W. hall. Jasper Bennett, C. I*.
good, and an epidemic of diseaseof any
' uated on the southern line of the great
Geo. L. Humphrey, Scribe.
character is practically unknown.
timber belt, is the center of a large ag
I’rosjierity Rebekah l-odge No. 104
Prices of Land
ricultural region, has splendid water
I. (). O. F. meets in the A. <>. C. W.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
hall everv first and third Thursdays in
power, numerous hot springs, is ideally
the month. Jennie Hurn, N. G.
located for manufacturing, and is des
Ixirinda M. Sauber, Secretary.
DR. C. P. MASON i tined to become the chief commercial
K. of I’.— Klamath Lodge No. 99
center of Southern Oregon.
»20 to »40 per acre.
W. hall every
meets in the A. O.
evening. Bert Bamlier, C. C.
be under irrigation, some of it within a
John Hamilton, K.of R. and 8.
One of the finest bodies of pine fir and few months, all of it within a few years.
Office in new Kelsay Block
M. W. of A.—Lodge meets in the
cedar timber in the Northwest lies in When under irrigation, forty acres will A lb I . W. hall every first and third
make a man a good living, eighty acres
OREGON the northern half of Klamath county, will make him money and one hundred Wednesday in the month.
W. B. .Mclaiuglilin, Consul
and is awaiting the woodman’s ax. The and sixty acres will make him rich, No
W. A. Phelps, Clerk.
largest timber dealersand syndicates in country in the world offers such in-
the United States are now competing in dueements.
Foresters of America—Ewauna Camp.
WILL A. LEONARD
No. 61. meets in the A. O. I’. W. hall
the market for this timber.
Cost of Water
every second and fourth Fridays in the
The sonthern half of the county is
C. D. Willson, C R
It is estimated by the Government month.
adapted to agriculture and is undei the Engineers that the cost of water to the
Emma Block, Klamath Falls
E. E. Jamison, Rec. Sec.
Government Reclamation Project.
It owner of the land who wants to irrigate I
includes Klamath, Poe, Langell, Yonna will be about »1H.00 per acre, and the
and other valleys, besides thousands of land owner has ten years in which to
fray this sum at the rate of »1.80 per I
acres of rich marsh and tule lands, acre annually without interest, and at !
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
that the project will reclaim through the end of the ten years he gets a per
H a VE GOOD
manent paid up water right.
its drainage system.
KLAMATH FALLS. OR
FACH 111 I. s
one of the cheapest irrigation systems
E NEXT FEW
in the world.
The government is now spending four
C. F. STONE
and one-half million dollars for the pur
In the past, the Klamath Basin has
ATTORNEY AT LAW
pose of reclaiming 250,000 acre« of land had no transportation facilities, and ,
A R E
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
in this great basin. Already the firsi consequently no outside market. To- !
unit of the work is practically complet lay the Southern Pacific R. K. is
building into Klamath Falls as last as I
ed. Several thousands of acres will be men can lay the rails and drive the j
next , spikes. In a few months we will bear I
spring, and the remainder of the pro- 1 the whistle of the locomotive, then for
ject will be pushed to completion as the first time w ill the products of Klam- ,
ath county have a chance to complete in
rapidly as possible.
the markets of the world.
Stere and Bar
First Class Work
Cbe m«cca of the Ulest
C. T. BONNEY,
Office over Klamath County Bank
MELVIN D. WILLIAMS
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
AI EX MARTIN,
ALEX MARI IN, Jr
The Pioneer Bank of Klamath County
—STATEMENT DEC. 31, IIHkl—
Ismus and Discounts.....................................
Bonds an<l Warrants.
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Due from Banks.
Cash in Bank.......................................................
i . i . v hi l.rt i kh
Capital Stock, fully paid........................
Surplus and Undivided profits.............
Individual Deposits, subject to check
Cashier’s Checks outstanding
Demand Certificates of Deposit.............
I, Alex Martin, Jr., Cashier of the aitova named Bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the beet of niv kliowledgeand belief.
At.ax M aiitin , Ju., Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of January, 1907.
11. V. K i VKKNUAI.I ,
Notary Public for Oregon.
To the Retail Liquor Trade.
Civil and Irrigation Engineer,
Having opened branch houses in Merrill,
East Main St., below 4th
Bonanza and Bly, I am now prepared to
fill all orders for supplies from these points,
thus saving you time and expense
C. D. WILLSON
• -O-O-O--O-O-O--O-O-O-O-O-O- -O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OO-O-O- •
GET IN LINE!
Work will begin on
the Upper Project next
v* a< J»
The Lost River Re-
alty Co. will sell you
lands cheap, and on
Klamath Falls, Oregon
GOING TO KEKO?
The character of the soil varies from
that of a light sandy loam to heavy
If so, get a rig from the Mammoth
black dirt extending down from a depth ^tables. Fine, gentle horses, good bug
of two feet to fifteen feet beneath the gies, reasonable prices.
surface. It is all very fertile and pro
ductive. Most of it produces well with
out irrigation and all of it yields abun
The Marvel« of Scirnre,
When we hear of rays of light capa
dantly with irrigation.
ble of achieving photography through
a foot thickness of solid Iron, of the
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE made with neatness and dispatch, Wc
Wheat, rye, barley and oats do well charting of the sky Itself on such a
invite attention to our FILING CABINET SYSTEM.
C.<// or Write to
here without irrigation, but of course scale that a thousand million members
make greater harvests if watered.
in its appointed place, of the discov
Wheat here has l>een known to produce
ery of something like the sense organs
Klamath and Lake
65 bushels ami oats 100 bushels to the of human knowledge on the roots
Wc have a choice line of lands in tracts large or small, to suit pur
acre, and the quality is unsurpassed. stems and leaves of plants; of the
chasers ; also city property of all descriptions.
Klamath county wheat took the prize tracking of diseases which decimate
Cor. Main and Front St’s.
in competition with the wheat fields of humanity to their obscure source In th*
the world at the World's Fair at New parasite of a parasite and of the proc
ess by which two patient and bumble
scientists workbig upon a few grains
We carry a full line of Insurance, including Life. Personal Accident
of an element In a mere secondary
Steam Boiler. Plate Glass, anti Liability Insurance.
Ail kinds of grasses do well here, and form managed to revolutionize out
are pronounced by feed experts to be as whole conception of the most stupen
nutritious as those grown anywhere dous forces of the physical world It
seems Indeed a mystery that the ap
else in the world.
Alfalfa takes the
petite for surprise and sensation should
lead, being the principal crop of the
turn aside from what the pursuit of
valley, and producing from four to eight truth can offer and prefer to regale
tons per acre annually.
There are al Itself with the petty products of trump j
Cleanliness and Good Work
ready about twenty thousand acres of ery, Invention and Ingenuity. — Pail
alfalfa in the Klamath valley and easily Mall Gazette.
pays ten per cent on »100 per acre.
Cattlemen rush in every fall and buy
Also Agent for LONDON AND
It Is not of first sight easy to un y
every pound of hay right in the stack
why people so rarely give more than LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
for from »5 to »8 per ton.
a passing glance to the realm of air
above them. Is It liecause wV cannot
have a finger in this department of
Probably no country in the world ex
have purchased B. St. Geo. Bishop’s stock of
the wonders of nature, cannot net and
cels Klamath county in the quality of label anything in those b'ne fields, p'n
Potatoes yield prolil- it down oti cork or fatten it in Canada
¡rally without irrigation and some of balsam: cannot here annihilate dis
them grow to Die size of seven and tance with our Ingenious Instruments,
eight pounds, with a goodly niiinlier to that we neglect the phenomena of the
Holder of License No. 29 granted bv the Oregon
Trrsoe M arks
< abliage. velerv,onions, anil sky? There above ns. always ours for
Board of Health. Calls promptly attended, city
a lift of the eyes. Is beauty In endin’
' table beets excel in siz<- and quality.
day or night.
' Telephone 573
Also tin' soil of :lie valb y ¡a especially
qulckly Hivortnin mir «■pi u frm» w I hj I kt nn
the rest k s one the challe
Invnntlt'D im pr<»bribly piit'iif uM'». < unininrifcft-
adapted to the culture < I the sugar lie« t
thnit* ut riftll" Hin » IIANOLOOK "Il T Ifenu
ceaseless thaumaturgy wl
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P • . r, tg.
1 a« il"is found to contain a large per cel:1
For sale—Tin“ north half of the north-1
l’iitPiiffl tiikt'H fiir -uu'li Jliinn A. < u. ru» ulve
little tie.- •el" being found
Iprrlttl notice, wlf bout chnrco, luth«
east quarter, the southeast quarter of
when the world beg in, end
li so, rneet theiu at the railroail wilh
tin* northeast quarter and the northeast
quarter of the Southeast quarter of sec one of Ilie Manirnoth stalde teinns. lt
wonktr. 1 nrurwt Hr-
Filiation "f hi
any t Hcirr.tIlin
F* tcLtlllc Journal.
J/uirnnl. Tvrnifl, *3 •
tion nineteen, south of range eleven, assures thein an easy, comfor.tahle ride.
ir: four nuiiitlMl« |L tJuid by all newadoulom.
rogi ii of tl
east of Willamette meridian. Inquire rie i won’t be tncd wben tbcy gefh«|n,
Rates very low.
.il tlii- office.
Brauch Office, CX5 F BU Waabiugtun, D, C.
W. L. McCormick,
Manager and Contracting Agent
Klamath Fails, Oregon
Offiee at end oi bridge
C. P. Newton,
Agent, Pokegama, Or.
B. E. Joy,
Agent, Thrall, Cal.
Rates as low as the Lowest
Time contracts made for special
delivery for all classes oi freight
between above points
Storage warehouse at Klamath
Falls beside Ackley Bros, sawmill—
Storage rates one cent per 100
pounds per day. Freight delivered
Io any part of the city.
M ason & S lough
... I msti rri nee . . .
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM
KLAMATH IM I
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