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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 13, 1907
of Klamath County
rmt much of it, it was enough to awaken Did Council Exceed
ill me an »r.lent desire to explore fur
ther on tlie old ocean. The weather was
ideal ami seasickness was not an import
Ralph Vaughn and G. F. Thompson,
ant factor In our jmrty, much to the
Klamath Falls Business Men Help while at work on the new Withrow
pleasure ol all ol ua. We reached New E ditob K i amvtii R i Tt ni icwx :
T. Oliver is to open his
Wood l/iver Enterprise.
In your issue ol the bth lust., appear
York on the 30th and bad an automo
farming implement establishment, fell
bile trip through tho city. We stayed »tateiiK-nt» in th« report and editorial
from a ucaffold Monday and were ser-
As an evidence of the interest mani iously injured.
there two days and had tfie time ol our u|M>n tlie proceeding« of the council of
live«. Nothing Worth seeing »#« missed. thia city relative to approval of *app >liit- fested in the welfare of Fort Klamath
The lecture on Mocialiarn, delivers«!
It in a great city, but too great lor little uienta try the mayor which it ap|M-ar» to by the bu»ine»s men of this city and the by Ge irge H G rebel in the
me. I have always heard a great deal
opera house la*t Monday was well attend
about New York and It» attraction, but
ed. Mr. Goebel is a man of considerable
il is too smokey, crowded ami dirty. of the mayor and councilmen, and latioi , $253 wete turtn-'l over to the ability and mad« good impression on
But it is a world in itself, and 1 saw
sight» that I never dreamed of. The res|>ect», and tend to cause i-ersons to neigh ><»r to 1« used in completing the
Miro Alice Applegate left for Oakland
wonder of all of us wa» how the people
morning, where she will »|>end
could keep up that awful hurry they
I understand your journal to say that, was trued over to J. E. Pierce he lost tiie summer. She also expects to at
alk»«cm«<l to lai in and never seemed to
tend the meeting of the National Edu
gut tired of. The great towering build "Tiie council is exceeding its authority” no tiiakin raising the money.
cational Association, which will be held
ings augumented ¡in height i>y th« two
in Ixrs Angeles thia summer,
and three story buildings st their aide, that have lw«n preferred, to lend its en work of clearing the river of all oltetruc- I
makes one marvel at lb« ingenuity of
Miss Edna Houston will not ire a can-
man and the daring of modern engineer 1 understand tills to refer in fact to the is the raising of the Weed bridge, and didate for the honor of Goddero of Lib-
ing mulhods. Each of the»« buildings refusal of certain of the councilmen, till this the County Court has given assur erty for the Fourth, due to her absence
ar« cities in themselves, some of them they could have information which they ance will t>e done after the July term. , from the city. Hie expects to go Portland
Those who contributed were :
having us many a» 15,000occupants dur- had already received, to approve one
. in a few days and will not return until
the day. In the «veiling wlien their appointment becauaaof lack of residence Martin Bros ....................................I
after the celebration.
days work is over, th« »treets seem to iKM-essary to qualify th« gentleman to J. G. Pierce ......................................
Mr. at>d Mrs. T. W. Stephens enter
on« moving uiaas of humanity and one lawfully fill the position, which the C. 8. A R- 8. Moore.........................
a number of the young folk last
Under the date of June 7, (a dispatch
wonders wher« they all live. It lasts mayor admitted; and to approve an Klamath (kiunty Bank...................
in honor ot the 13th birthday of1 from Washington states that tlie Secre
but a short time and they are gone as other appointment because statements First National Rank.......................
their daughter, beta.
Refreshments ■ tary of the Interior has decided to come
Minneapolis, Mum., Jun« «>.
though the earth had opened and had been made which if true they! Geo. T. Baldwin..............................
and a I to the Pacific Coast, and if this pro
»wallowed them. Those two days were deemed showed him not a proper man C. D. Wilson. ..................................
EnrroaTiis R xcchikax ,
gram is carried out he will visit the
Dear Nir: I will at least endeavor to tillu<l with so much of interest that I for the position.
Roberta A Hauks............................
Klamath project, Klamath Indian Res
give you and the readers of the Repub could till the column» of the Republican
American Bank A Trust Co...........
for Roseville, California, where they ex ervation and Crater Lake. The dispatch
lican a slight idea of what I ami the relating what 1 saw aud the impressions say that, “Th« mayor is entitled to I Klamath Falla Light A Waler Co.
pect to make their home.
name his subordinate», if he is to held ’ J. V. Houston...................................
Oregon |>arty have been doing since wc gained.
accountable,7' and that "Mr. Bishop is i
Secretary Garfield of the Interior De
boarded the train in Portland nearly
The Evening Herald.......................
From New York we wen t to Buffalo.
' Anderson have made many friends who partment, who is soon to leave for an
three weeks ago. I have only been pre We went out to East Aurora the home mayor an<J as such has the prerogative I Klamath Falls Land A Transpor
10 00 will sincerely regret to have them leave I I extended tour of the west, will reach
vented from writing before by lack of of that noted character, Elbert Hubbard of making appointments.”
Portland July 13, remaining one day.
Now, with all due respect for the Klamath laiku Navigation Co.
10 00 i here.
time, for every minute has l>een occu and I can readily believe the quaint
Prof. J. G. Wight is now devoting all j He will be met there by Director N W
pied with sight-seeing ami having a stories I have lu-ard ami read ot this Io- Republican, I l»*g to say that tlie mayor Klamath Development Co....
2 M I ' of his time to the duties of his office as ell of I he Reclamation Service and the
g mm ! time. And, my what a limo!
teresling |i«r»<>n. lie must be |«»»»<-»sed <lnes not ha\« such prerogative and is K. Fugamian..............................
Prior to the <le[«arture of the train of great genius and ability to build up not entitled to »uch right by either the F. E. Ankeny..............................
6 IX) school sn(«rintendent as provided by I two will visit the Klamath Project.
from Portland wc were given a banquet ill his lifetime a work so great as that letter or the spirit of tlie law, and that I. . Alva l»wis............................
5 00 the act of the last legislature. He will 1 ' Crater Lake park and the Klamath In-
I dian Reservation, going thence to Cal-
by the Portland Commercial Club, and we saw. We visitul Niagara Falls. This law the mayor and the councilmen had II. T.Chitwood..........................
5 00 maintain an office in this city and will
every »ne of U» ha I a delightful time J i* the greatest sight I saw on the trip. but a few minutes before the action re A. J. Manning...........................
. 50 from now on be accessible to those who
Before reaching Portland be will croes
The trip to Chicago was without inter Handing on the edge of that great ferred to solemnly sworn to uphold and Melton A Sullivan.....................
5 00 may have any business ba do with him.
Idaho, arriving at Spokane
ruplien, but »«» Hihii with pleasant chasm, with that vast body of water enforce; and it ap|>ears to me that those J. W. Siemens ..........................
John C. Hill, accompanied by his July 6. and spending two days there.
time«. Wc arrived in th« great inelrop pouring over that precipice, one is tille<i councilmen who endeavored to guard Meis» A Armand.........................
wife and daughter, Florence, arrived On July 8 and 9 he will be at North
oil» just In time to mice our train «a«t, with swe at the greatness of nature ami the integrity of the police force of our G. Heitkemper...................... .
5 Ou here Sunday. They will remain for a
Yakima, looking over Government irri
and this gave us a three hour» lay over. ! the smallness of man. Turning Mid« city should lie publicly commended L. F. Willita ..............................
i short time. Mr. Hill is president of the gation projects. He will go thence to
This wa» taken advantage <>f by a sight for a moment ami seeing the great rather than unfavorably criticised.
i K. K. K. Store..........................
Holcomb Realty Cooi(>any, and is one of Seattle where he will spend the 10th
seeing tour <>f the city. From Chicago great power plants and manufacturing
< fur charter clearly provides that, H. J. Winters ..........................
the best known real estate men in Cali and 11th with I-and Commissioner Ball-
we went to Washington, where wc re establishments ofieratnl by power "the mayor shall ap|Miint, with the con ' C. B. Crisler..............................
The advent of his company * r.ger. Friday tlie 12th will be spent at
mained for two day». Wc wete re | snatched from this great waterfall, the sent of a majority ol the council" cer C. H. Withrow..........................
5 00 ! into Klamath county will result in
ceiveil by the President, who showed ■ the ingunity of man becomes so mave- tain officer» among whom are tlie police R<>v llamakar............................
2 50 much good.
Inquiry at the Reclamation office in
much interest in our parly and th« pur- Ions that you are forced to wonder if officers. The mayor does not have tlie D. Kenyon ..............................
city brought out the information that
(MMieofour trip. 1 have heard much I anything is impossible.
exclusive or real ap|>ointive power, his T. NV. Stephens..........................
office has not as yet been a ¡vise-1 of
and reail tuore aleni I President R«»«se-
power is simply that of nomination, and Geo. R. Horn............................
From Buffalo we went to Chicago, and
vell, but it all can give but an in Anitas-
5 00 arrangements for the installation of a hie coming.
tiie counciimeu are in duly liuund to Sciiallock A Daggett ................
■> 50 planing mill at Merrill landing an ! has
simal Idea of lb« man himself. 11« visitnl the sights of the Middle West exercise their best judgments in acting L. fl x>l«s ..................................
truly ia lite representative of a siren- ( Metropolis. Chicago is a great city upon any other matters, and they have . W. il. Dulaney..........................
5 00 ordered the necessary machinery for it. ANOTHER NEW
western in many respects, but Iborougb
Uotia life. Every word, every action ia
5 00 Tiie bright prospects for the rapid de
no right to dicker with the mayor u | m > ii A. Caste! ....................................
•» 50 velopment of Merrill aud the southern
synomoti» of atrciiuoaity. And he never ly c ismopolitan. It is dirty and does not any promise of his of any kind, and it John Stilts..................................
part of the <<-uuty warrant these exten
fail» to impress one with Ids greatness. possess the same degree of bustle to be should Ire deemed to their credit that Barnes A Tatier........................
o 50 sive imvrov-ments.
Once meeting him one never doubts hie seen in New York. From Chicago
they courteously and firmly refused to American Hotel..........................
The Crater Lake Company is the
greatness thereafter, for it is a self-evi
I George Biehn............. ..........
Latest to Enter the Field
dent fact that a man of hie personality
The truth of the matter is, tlie power H. Buivin...................................
must I m , i >>« s «<«<«<! of a character sur Washington. Washington is the Queen
of policeappoinlment lies witii the peo
«253 oo I
charged with great ideals and lolly pur ami Minneapolis 1» the Queen's «laugh ter. ple through file Ixgislat lire an<l the I .eg
New transportation companies seem to
Klamath Falls is to l>e a i^iupon sta-
pose«. Ho was most cordial in his
islature in creating cities delegates that
j tion. That is you can get through as thick as hope these days and are an
greeting and made every member of the Ilian any of them. NN e were recieved
power to such Jiersons or organizations
i tickets to any joint in t>ie United indication of the development so rapidly
l«rty (eel st homo at one«. There is by the mayor of the city and the Com
it may cli<xwe, I do not think there
states from this city, and have your taking place in thia section. The latest
something about the easy, breesy way
ia any instance in Oregon where it lias
Tbe Commissioner of the General liaggsge checked through.
For the to enter the field is the Crater Lake
he has of shaking your hand and ex
given such power to any mayor: the ten Land Office has reversed the decision of , present, however, tickets to Portland company.
pressing th« pleasure he feela with
dency has been to keep tiie appointive the Register and Receiver at Ijikeview -and Los Angeles are all that will lie
The purpose of the new cotnjiany is to
meeting you that drives away liiat em alxmt Oregon. Not a girl o sc aped and 1
power witii or near to the people. I in the case of Peter Petersteiner vs.
a scenic route from Shasta to
| placed on sale until the agent here
liarraasment that possesses the average
person when brought face to face with j lictter Flea and opinion than they ever have taken the (tains to examine tlie William Wight. This was a contest familiarizes himself with the work, but Medford, via Klamath Falls and Crater
charters of twentytive ol the princi|u I against the homestead entry of Mr. if anyone wants a through ticket to Lake. The feasibility of this plan is pat
great men. If« sakot many question» hail <>( dear Old Oregon befsre.
One thing that I almost forgot were cities and towns of this state, all grunted Wight on the grounds that Mrs. Wight ; other than these i-iaees, it will be se ent to those who have bad any exper
about Oregon, and surprised all of ua
rejgiriers, and I do not know why I since BMJO, and findeleven have provision had made proof on a homestead and cured for him aud his baggage checked ience in the tourist business and will du
with the knowledge of our great state
more to develop tourist travel through
should, for there were armies of tliem in tlwm identical in this re»|M*ct with that by such act the entry of her hus 1 accordingly.
he seemed to posse»».
This has been accomplished through this section than any move that has yet
Afier the reception we were shown wherever we went. We had a
fourteenth« [Milice are chosen either dence was taken before George Chas the efforts of Mr. Abl-ott and Capt. Me l>een made. These scenic routes are
through tlie White House,
directly i>y tiie council or by the people tain. County Clerk, last December and Intire. Klamath Falls is the only sta popular throughout Eurojie and many
with the msny interesting an<l Hinton- always wanted to know what we
without any intervention of the mayor. a short time afterwards the Register I tion off the main line where this is done sections of thia country.
csl relics. Th« two days were busy
Under the plane of the new company
Why not divide up the responsibilities an.l Receiver at Lakeview decided that I such places as McCloud, Grass Ijike,
ones, for we visited every point and I cities we visited, their dress, styles« ami
is proposed to take charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. Wight had elected which Jacksonville being compelled to secure
place of interest.
Washington is a a thousand and one questions along that
tourists at Shasta and conduct them by
claim they would hold and that the i their tickets alter they reach main line
iM-autiful city, and is the only place that line. They did not seem to lie interest
way ui the Klamath Hot Springs,
C. C. BROWER.
other entry should be cancelled. The stations.
wc visited that filled our ideal of east ed in the greatness of our state or its
through the lakes to Fort Klamath,
availability as a place for the home-
Il is a big eomee«ion for Klamath
ern cities an<l life.
theory that there was nothing in the Falls and one that be heartily appreciat thence in automobiles to Crater Lake.
From Washington we went to Old seeker. But it all lie)pe«l to advertise
From here they go to Medford past the
laws, rules or regulations to prevent a ed l-y the ye-'j-’i- ■•£ this section.
Point Comfort by steamer. This is a Oregon, ami doubtless millions of peo
R,«gne river falls an I other interesting
moat charming trip, for every mile of
’enic wonders. Cail a more admirable
proof on n liouivstead and that if they
the route is tilled with points of his heard of it liefore or who bad an idea
M. B. ott mu
be found anywhere in the United
made proof on one claim and then re
Few places in the that it was a wild and wooley section,
There is always a welcome for yon at
States? It presents to the tourist the
United Stati a surnaxs thia section for
Grace M. E. church in their tempoiarv
Switzeiland of America.
that such acta were not a grounds of
The fir«t auto party of the war
scenic beauty, for everything is de exenision, (ami the others that have
place of worship, one blink north of
The plans for the inauguration of this
c >nte*t after a residence of mx months , reached this citv Monday and attracted
veloped to perfection. Wc saw old Fort been sent by the enterprising people of
Public School building.
route are just forming and it is hoped
a good deal of attention. It was in
Comfort, and were told many interest*
of the General I-and Office accepted this charge of Joe He»s;g. Tlie party con that they will be ready by July.
ing and instructive storlca connected this wrong idea from the minds of many
Messrs. Whitney and Steel returned
Bible School................. ................ 10 a. m. theory of the case and has di«mis«ed the sisted of J. A. Marsh and wife, Julius
with the important part it played in the of the eastern fieople.
Portland this morning to perfect a'I
Treadling................ 11 a. m. and 8 p. ni. c inle t, liio case is one that has cre Gobenl and Jack Fleming, the latter the
history of our Country, We crossed
l'hillip S. Bates oi the i'acitic North
details. They expect to return in
ated more than ordinary comment and chauffeur. They came here from Hot
Hampton Roads to the Jamestown Ex west ami Mrs. C. E. Redfield, our
, Springs and after a brief »top for a chat
position, ami it was here that wo had chaperon, have «lone much to make our
ill <L> thee good.
terest. This is the first decision on this with George T. Baldwin, with whom
our fl rat disnppointment. It is far from trip one of complete pleasure and en-
1’. CONKLIN, I'astbr.
p tint that has ever been ma le by the they were acquainted, proceeded on to
complete, and it is a fact that the man joyment.
Mr. Hates is a prince of
General Land Office.
Fort Klamath. Here they will aban-
agement is very slow in bringing to princes, lie kept us on the go all of
tlieir auto and go to Crater Lake horse
completion what ought to lie one of the the time an.l never lost a minute that
1’rea; liiug services next Sunday at 11
A farewell social was given the home
back and ou snow shoes.
grandest expositions every held in this could lie employed in gathering inlor- o’clock a. m. ami 8 o'clock p. tn. Sun
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Grigsby Monday
country. The feeling seems to prevail mation or pleasure, The trip wa« a day •■elit ol at 10 o’clock anti B. Y. 1*. li.
The machine us il was a -tO-hoise-
powcr Arrow, a -d na difficulty was ex night in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Jacqne-
that in tlie death ot Mr. Lee, its lirut aplendiil ono and one that I shall at 7 :15 p. in. Everyone invited.
mill, who left for Central Point Tuesday
A few weeks ago an examination was perienced en route.
president, the exposition lost its brains always cherish with the fondest of
morning, where Mr. Jacqueinin hat
held throughout the United States fora
and leader. Doubtless it will lie fin memories. I want to take this ojijior-
been appointed pastor of the Baptis.
junior deik for the Reclamation Ser-
ished in n couple of months and then it tunity of thanking the Repul lie.m and
About twenty-five friend* wer •
will la* a sight worth seeing, but I its readers for this honor an I Hie gv-
present and a most enjoyable evening
examination were Miss Currin and M its
doubt if it will tie much of a success, ing to mu Illis opportnnily. It lias treen
The Margaret Ile« Dramatic Celli- was spent. Refreshments were serve/.
for the feeling throughout the east vis more to me than any ol them can sue- i •J.i« Murphy mid J. S. Seeds have been Hogue of this city. The result of the
Though Mr. Jacquemin was here !>•
w ill api'cir at the Houston opera
ited liy us seems to be liiat there ia a good pect or than words can expr« .-
deal of a Ink« about it. However, wo (eel most warmly towards .no Uepubli- taken to tlieasyulm (or treatment. Both last Satuiday and it was found that house on Well--'.ly, June 19, the a short time be ma le many friends f r
himself and the denomination he repr. •
very much enjoyed wliat wc saw of it.
can goes without saying hi . i I trust tiiut of them are afflicted with epilepsy. these two young ladies secured the O| eniiu play ■ e/.ig the Senator’s
sented and largely increased the mem
After “doing” the exposition we re its hosts ol readers will hi i.tiply in the
al attempt« have la-en made to pla<e Miss Currin being lii;t and Miss Hogue cured ' v Mi. H > .-ton a: er a great deal bership of the Baptist church. Mincer ■
turned to Old Point Comfort and b mrd- Hands of the sea.
regret is felt among the members o! th •
ed the the Hteiunor Princess Anne and
I expect to bet h >m. ..b >Ut the middle him under the tare of the stat -, but 1 e second. They are receiving the well-
flock over his departme, for he was an
has always resisted so vigorously that l.e desci ved c ingriit’ilali ni“ ot <’ir many
started on our sea Voyage to New York. of .lune.
indefa'igable worker an 1 it was certain
In s -'iieceasiu'ly escaped. Murphy was friends. As soon as a vacancy occurs
This trip is n fine one. I enjoyed every
that under his direction the welfare of
one of lie n en injured in the “ age
bit of it. it was my first experience
the church was assured.
luuity of a.'c< pii ig the ap| ai linent.
STELLA C Y .11 IL 1.1/
w re. k i> «u qde of weeks ago.
with seafaring, and while there was
Miss Campbell is De
lighted With Trip
May Visit the Klamath
VISITS MANY POINTS
NO DATE HAS BEEN SET
Is Disappointed with the
Local Officials of the Ser
vice have not Yet Been
Advised of his Coming