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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 12, ¡907
of Klamath County
Ona of the di»grae<dul thing* in thia
W. J. Broderick writes the Republi
city i* the manner in which the public can that be is to locate at Cleone, Ore
ha* u«*-d tlx- Hot Springs. I.a»t fall the gon, and sends his good wishes to Ids
Hot Springe Improvement eomjtsny many friends l.ere.
ere< led over the hot springs a neat lit
Father Feusi will bold services in
tle pavilion and extended a cordial in-
next Sunday, after which he
vation to the public to visit there when
will go to Fort Klamath ami thence to
ever it choose. The gracious act has
lieen ri-i-i|,r<H-:ited by gross XHtidalism. Silver l-ake. There will be no nervicee
The seat», posts and rides havi* lieen in th is city for the next two Sundays.
cut to piece». Names have been carved
J. It. Paine returned from Ager, Cali
and vulgar verse» |>en<:iled oil every fornia, where he ha» been »'nice last
available *; ace. Those who go there July.
with their lunches leave a litter ol egg
D. B. Kendall, who w,« among tlx-
shells, paja-r ami tin cans to commem
K lamath County Boosters to attend Che
orate their visit; thoughtless one* have Irrigation Congress, returned home
thrown snake* into the water on the
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Arant passed
| Prize bull offered by the California Pro- outside of the |,avil)ion to see what the 1 Tuesday evening.
inotion Committee for the l* »t <li-|>lay result of the ex|a-rioo-rit would Im.
W.J. Mills, of the Wright A Mills through the city Friday on their way to i he Railroad Wizard Con
I lie County was Well <4
products from a single irrigated farm.
All tlx-se thing* ure a disgrace to the firm of abstracters and real estate, left Crater lake, where the expect to visit
firms His Purchase of
Advertised and Great “California Promotion Boy*'
Isirn city. They cannot lie excliaed la-cause for California Tuesday morning, on a for a short time with Superintendent
< lctols*r 10, 1 '■ Slo. He < ombine* I he tie, t of thoughtlessness, for the people who brief business trip.
Pelican Bay and Will
Credit is Due Boosters blood lines of imported and American
are g'lilty ol these act* Would Hot do
Mrs. William Barclay, of Klamath
Cel Bussey, who successfully passed
Make it His Summer
for their Very Effective
likewise in their own home, and they, the recent examination for teachers, has Agency paswd through this city Friday
1 the entire m ■» ion of the Cong><-f». ha-. therefore, have no right whatever to do
on her way to Sioux City, Iowa, where
ing been made a delegate. California mi while they are u»ing the pio|*-rly of
*iie is going for a visit w ith friends and
Promotion Boy was sired by the famous oilier*. The Republican i* in receipt of
Among the young men from Klamath
' bull Jetze. winner of eight gold m<*dal* a letter from a visitor to this city, one
Klamath's lucky star seem* tn fie in
Mr. and Mr*. Archie Johnson left for
Fifteen bundled dollars worth of 'obtained in allow ring* >4 Holland and W ho has come In re for the pur(»i»e of county, who will attend the Agricul
premiums! That is the record of Klam America, ami conceded to be tile finest securing benefit from the health giving tural College, this year, will be Jesse Vancouver, British Columbia, Monday, the ascendant. On the heels of the win
ath County at the irrigation Congress, bull in America. California Promotion water* of these hot spring*, in which he and Holly Siemens.
where they expect to make their per ning of the principal prize* at the Irri
held in Hucruriiento last week. I ven Boy's dam, Idlewild Bianco Belle, was call* attention to the conditions al*ive
With Mr. Meservey, gation Congress last week comes the
Major C. E. Worden and Fred Mel- manenthome.
the moat «anguine ol Klamath » Boost- officially tested nt the age of twenty leferred to. The established rule of this
in the limiter announcement that E. H. Harriman has
base went to Dorris this week, to com
era did not dream of auch » victory. months, ami gave 2111 lbs. of milk, mak paper against publishing communica piete arrangi merits for the opening of business, it being understood that the purchased I'eiican Bay. This fact was
Tliia doubt was not due to the fai l that ing over ten (rounds of butter in si-ien tion* over an non-de plume prevent* the Bank of Dorrip, which will occur limiter barons are turning their atten published exclusively in the Republican
two weeks ago, but now comes Mr.
the prralucta to win the prize* were not days. Valued at 11000. Awarded to this letter from a|q«-aritig in its columns within the next month.
tion towards Canada.
Harriman and confirms the report posi
to be found in Klamath, but because J. Frank Adams. ,
but the subject i» such ari important one
Frank Silvas, the well know proprie tively and forever removes any uncer
those gathered for the exhibit were but
Notw ithstanding the strenuous efforts llial the Republican calls tlx- attention
river tainty that may have surrounded the
a «mall part of the well known re of other Pacific Coast sections to attract of the people of thia city to it, in order haw lieen purchased by Thoma* Hamil
resort, expects to live in this city dur deal.
sources of the county. They were fine, the attention of the people attending the that the conscience may lie aroused to ton, who came here recently from Can
ing the winter, in order that his child
It is Mr. Harriman's intention to
but everyone will agree that if the peo- Congress, Klamath county easily main auch a point a* to prevent a continuance ton, Missouri.
ren may attend school.
make it one of the finest summer homes
pie tlirough'ait th«-county bad entered tainer) tlie center of tire stage of action. of lne*e disgraceful practice*.
Mr,. A. IL Tenbrook and Lena Kat
Hiram Skeen of Yreka was in the city on the Pacific Coast. Thousands of
into the spirit of the affair the exhibit This was rlue to the hard work of the
As tbe writer says: “Now isn't it a tenhorn of Merrill, were in the city last
week and is enthusiastic over the dollars will be spent on buildings and
would have placed a high water mark representative of this Basin who never pity that these noble health giving Thursday evening for the purpose of
that future Congresse« could not have lost an opportunity to keep Klamath spring* should lie maltreated by the attending the banquet given by the Re progress that has been made here. His beautifying the grounds. The four
hundred acres will be converted into a
first visit to Klamath Fall was in 18S0.
county before the eyes of the |>eopl«. A* public? U»ually the people who visit bekah*.
private park and hunting preserves, and
< trie go«*I results however, that will an evidence of the hard work done ami and drink these waters, outside of the
One of tbe most comprehensive
I.. F. Willits lias sold his 100-acre articles on the Klamath Project that the structures that will grace the shore
come from thia victory, ami one that effective methods employed can Ire cited mete curiosity seeker, are delicate and
of the beautiful bay will rival in splen
will I* of more value than the prizes the incident of the Ringling Brothers' | such things are not appetising to »ay ranch located near Bonanza, to P. O. i has vet been published appeared in the
dor thoae of any of the eastern million
themselves, will be the confidence it circus. Not content with capturing the the least.” If these practice* are con- !
Irrigation Number of the Sacramento
aires who have such magnificent sum
Bee. It is from the pen of Project Engin
will inspire in the people of the county. principal prises offered at the Irrigation tinued, it can but result in one tiling, Valley.
F. M. Rolf, the well known barber i eer Murphy and covers the ground mer homes in the mountains of the es -t.
Klamath is a good deal like the green Congress the Klamath Booster* started the closing of the springs to the free use
Mr. Harriman is carried away with the
country lad who goes to the city to make in to capture the circus and make it an of the public, and while such a step returned from Medford this week, where thoroughly.
scenic beauties of northern Klamath ,md
He baa the brain and advertising adjunct. And they did it. would be deplored, it would be justified ' he had been on a short visit.
The Ackley saw mill closed down for next summer intends to bring to ti.is
brawn and ability far in egeess ol the A large comic liannerwa* carried around in view of the lack of appreciation Rolf will remain there for a short time. the season last Saturday night. There
county a party of eastern friends and
city boy, but be lacks III” self-confi inside the Immense tent where were shown the present owners.
One of the interesting exhibits in this are nearly 1,500,000 feet of lumber in show to them a section that be believes
dence. Thia always proves to be hia seated over 7000 people. Klamath
city is that shown in the office of T. W. their yard. Tbe planing will remain rivals that of any other place on earth.
greatest handicap until he suddenly dis badge* were worn by the lady riders
btophens. They are all products of dry in operation probably all winter.
The following is taken from the San
covers that be can Ao things a Hille bet and the clowns, and the Klamath Boost*
ranches and moat of the articles com
The body of Charles Jones who was Francisco Chronicle of the 5th, and is
ter than the other fellow, when belie- era held up the entire performance
As a result of the effective work done prising it were raised on the ranch drowned at Klamath Agency, was ex- part of an extensive statement ¡«sued
gins to let him»ell out. From an agri while they, mounter! on the lienchee,
owned by Mr. Stephens.
i homed last week and prepared for ship by Mr. Har,riman when in San Fran
cultural standpoint Klamath ia green gave the Klamath yell. Enthusiastic by the representatives of this county
F. H. Thompson who has been enjoy ment, after which it was taken to T>al-‘ cisco on hia way east. It wilt interest
in the buaineaa and it now finds applause from the great audience greet who attended the Irrigation Congress,
the past month among his old las for interment, accompanied by Mrs. everyone in this county and be glad
out that it can outstrip its neighbor«. ed them, and every man, woman and
tidings, inasmuch as it forecasts what
The result will be that everyone will go child were aa familiar with Klamath Uiis county, arriving here Monday even friends in the Willamette Valley returned M. P. Willard, his sister.
Johnny Oliver, who bad a portion of the future holds for Klamath in the way
into training and show the country that county a* they were with the well ing. Among them were : E. I.. Elliott, home Fridav. He will be joined about
! hia left hand shot off last week, is able of tourist travel:
there i* no oilier section quite equal to known »how. This is only one of the Paso Robles, Cal.; J. I- Skillington and October first by Mrs. Thompson.
“I am having experiments and inves
to be out, tbe injured member getting
us. While citrus fruit* cannot lie raised many incident* that occurred during the II. W. Docker, Mendocino county. Cal.;
H. N. Mitchell was up from Dorris
here, other things can that are quite a* entire week and which went to make Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hawlell, Roseville, this week and ia still on the siek list, along very nicely. Cale Oliver, his tigations made to determine the effec
profitable, ami it i* to the*« thing* that this county one of the best known on Cal.; W. K. Tuttle, Sacramento; Mr. "ince his attack oi diphtheria he ha*not father, is back from Hot Springs, and tiveness of electric power for the hauling
and Mrs. Curtis Wright, I Bingham, regained his usual robust health, ami it , he states that he believes he has the of freight and passenger trains over the
attention will lie given.
the Pacific Coast.
Siskiyou and the Sierras, but it seem*
That there are going to be gieat re M W. Backus. Miss Ruth Trierson, Mr. quite likely that be will have to go to a lieat of Ohl Man Rheumatism.
The principal prize offered, that of u
to me that electricity cannot be success
|KKMi bull, was won by J. Frank Adams
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Eminitt, Mr. and
' lower altitude for a short time.
fully used, without making big tunnels
of Merrill. This wa* awarded to Mr. the work done is certain, am! no money J. Harvey Fan Francisco; Chas..
Mrs. Fret! Biehn, Mr. and Mrs. K. D.
and reducing the gradesand eliminating
North and Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton
Adam* for having the beet exhibit ol was ever *(>eiit that will bring in a*
so ably filled the pulpit of the Presby- j
product* (nun a single irrigated farm.
went to Crystal Creek Monday, where
“I was enthused with the climate and
Many of these were in a party brought terian church this summer, left for their I they expect to remain for the next two
This is a great victory for Merrill und representation made at Sacramento.
scenic beauties of the southern t>ar.
Hon. George T. Baldwin was elected
weeks. The party is a jolly one and
the |*><>plv of that section have reason to
stay here they made many friends who
of Oregon. That districtis greater ano
lie proud of the man who ha* brought
sure of a good time.
better than a thousand .Switzerland*.
other distinction that Klamath county lieen shown various sections of the regret that they are not located here
them such distinction.
The five-vear-old son of Charles Lind With proper hotel accommodations in
county, Thursday going on ths big ex (termanently. It is to hojied, however,
The forage plant* from thin county
cursion to the Upper lake. It is quite that Klamath Falls will soon claim sey, residing alsiut three miles south of the southern part of Oregon and the
walked away with the Perkin« trophy. if it bail not l>een for Klamath county
town, had a thigh bone broken last northern part of California, around the
likelv that most of them will remain them as perment residents.
These were gathered in the Wood River the slate of Oregon would have made
Friday. He, with his brother, was Shasta and the Klamath Lake country,
here for about twu weeks and that
The members of the Knights of
country princi|>ally, but the exhibit also
a horse, when the animal be that section should begin to get its share
their visit will result in the in Pythias lodge had the time of their lives
contained grasses from other section* of
vestment of a good deal of money is cer last Saturday and Sunday when they all came scared and jumped sideways, of that immense tourist travel which
the county, so that it »»« truly repre
tain. More satisfaction is to be felt in turned out to hunt duck. Splendid suc throwing the boy to the ground and now goes to Europe and Switzerland,
the fact that they came here to see cess attended the efforts of most of causing the injury. He was bought to and spends an aggregate of |3ÜOIÜÜO,OÜO
The fruits from Klamath and Malheur
what there really is in Klamath county, those w ho engaged in the sport and one the city and the fracture was reduced every summer.
by Dr. Mast on.
counties won for Oregon the Pardee
A* stated exclusively in last week’s and whether they invest or not, their
“With the completion of lines pro
of the biggest records was made by
trophy (or fruit*.
Republican, the l*iat service was re-es riqiurt will have an important bearing
we shall have three rail route*
Mrs. Richard Shore Smith has joined
them. Monday evening they had duck
N. K. Merrill was awarded the |I(M) tablished between this city and Keno. on causing others to come here and served in every style imaginable: and the ranks of the famous discoverers, from California into Oregon. One is tbe
cash prize for the lieat exhibit of vege W. R. Davis is the general manager of make tlieir homes.
though many had severe case* of having this week located an orchard of present main liDe, another ia tbs Cali
table* from ii single irrigated garden. the Navigation company, virtually occu
dyspepsia following their indulgence it wild plume, the product of w hich rival fornia Northeastern, which is lieing
J. F. Driscoll and Walter Cnmplicll of pying the position of a receiver. He ha*
lias not marred the memory of the anything of the kind ever seen here. built from Weed to Klamath Fallsand
Bonanza were awarded prises of $50 assumed the obligations of the company
The plums are as large as good sized is to run northeast to Natron ami con
each for the best sheaf of oat* ami the thus relieving it from the attachment
crab apples and perfectly formed. Mrs. nect with the present main line, and
A farewell reception was tendered Smith is reticent
bent sheaf of barley. A. B. I.iliby of suit tiled by the American Bank and
as tu the location of the third will be made up of the North
A young lady visiting in town <lro;>-
Merrill received a like itmoui/t for the Trust company. The other obligations ;wd into the Boston Store last Saturday Misses Grace and Leta Nickerson and the plum trees, but exhibits several western Pacific, completed to Eureka
will lie paid off as they lieeome due. Mr. an<l said : “It is my desire to obtains Mrs. Mott at the home of E. P. Morgan large sacks that she and “Dick’’ and then connected with existing
best sheaf of wheat.
Davis will lie reimbursed by the surplus pair of circular elastic appendage* capa Tuesday- evening. The Misses Nicker picked.
smaller roads to Marshfield onCoos hay.
Following is a description of
son are leaving for Ashland where they
accruing from the operation of the boat
and thence eastward to Drain on the
prises won by Klamath county:
ble of being contracted and expanded
The new barge for the Mason Con- present main line.”
The George C. Perkins Trophy.—For and when all the indebtedness ia wiped by tiiean* of oscillating burnished steel will remain for the winter and Mrs.
struction company will probably be
the best collective mate exhibit of for out, the property will be returned to the i appliances, that sparkle like particles of Mott is returning to her home in Oak
Likes Klamath Country
launched this week. It is likely that it
Navigation company stock holders.
gold leaf set with Alaska diamonds and
Harriman is sincere in bis admi
was rendered and refreshments were
The fate from Pokegatna since the
This fine trophy stands 21 inches in
which ate utilised for keeping in posi
the scenic wilds and wonders
height and the width is 12\ inches. inauguration of the isiat service ia fl, tion the habiliments of the lower ex served and the evening was one filled
I-ake by Contractor Jacobson.
Mr. of the Klamath Lake country is evi
The cup ha* a beautiful hand chased
tremities, which inate delicacy forbids
j Jacobson is making satisfactory prog denced in the fact that he ha* just
decoration on both sides,depicting corn, ing October tot, all freight will come in me to mention.’’ “Archie” just had being the temporary absence from the
ress with his work, and after he bought 400 acres of land on Pelican Bay
clover and other fornge plants. En to this city by boat, the transfer living time to hand out a pair of garterB, and
, launches the barge in Lake Ewauna it inlet on Klamath lake. The tract cost
closed is a medallion for winner's name.
will lie used for the new dredger that him >25,000. It had been used a« h lit*
Another contains that of the donor and ojierating of the boat will be a profitable
Alex Martin, Jr., returned Tuesday
has been ordered and which is expected tie-known resort, far from the rail, ad,
the purpose of offering the cup. Award propoeition.
evening from Sacramento, where he had
and has about a dozen buildings < n it.
j here today.
ed to Klamath county.
’ lieen to attend the Irrigation Congress
The sale was made through W. H.
The new launch “Klatawa,” owned
The George C. Pardee Cup.—For best
and assist in making known to the peo
Holabird of Loe Angeles.
collective exhibit of fruit*.
September SOth, Given by Keno Band. ple there the greatness of Klamath by Telford A Son, was placed in service says that he purposes to keep this 400
A handsome French gray silver cup,
Music by Krenahaw String Band. Big > county. He brought with him the Per- this week. One of the new features acres as a place for his summer outingj
with two handles. Height 24J» inches ; To the public:
excursion from Klamath Falls on the , kins trophy, a solid silver urn of eight aliout the boat ia the tunnel stern, and and as a fishing and hunting preserve,
I am now prepared to furnish milk in Steamer Klamath 50 cents for the round ' pinto capacity. It is of most graceful it is proving very satisfactory and will i He has already decided to return there
extreme width 14 inches. The decora
tion is an artistic design of fruits, with pint ami quart quantities; also to hotels trip. Boat leaves at 7 p. m. Tickets design and appropriately inscribed, and likely lieeome very popular here, a* it' next summer and bring with him a
space for inscription. The base of cup and restaurants. Delivery daily. Rates for dance |1. Supper at Keno Hotel. was awarded for the best collection of Beem« to be especially adapted for the party of hie Eastern friend», to whom
is etched to match body. It is gold for family trade: Milk, quarto |2 per Everybody cordially invited to come. forage plants. Ito value is approxi navigation of shallow water. It is being wishes to prove the wonderful gr«i. eur
lined, and rest* on an ebony pedestal. month; cream, half pinto lOeento ; pints Don’t forget the date—September the mately |300. It would not be amiss if seriously considered placing the new I of that section, which is almost uukn ■vn
The Irrigation Congress medal will be 20 cents; quarto 35 cents. All goods 20th.
the citisens saw that it was filled with boat on the Fort Klamath) run. | to American travelers.
placed on opposite side, Awarded to guaranteed first class.
some ol tbs good things of life and the Messrs. Telfords have reason to feel
The telegraph line that was sj aci 'ly
Captures Fifteen Hundred Dollars
in Prizes at Sacramento
Klamath and Malheur counties.
H. E. WILLARD, Proprietor,
California Promotion Boy -1- from
Box 03, Klamath Falls.
Fierce Premier Herd ol Holstein«.— 9-12 41
Believes Klamath Is the Greatest
Scenic Resort on Earth
GREAT DEVELOPMENT POSSIBLE
lire. Charlotte Schaltc, of Klamath contents then distributed among the proud of| theij labors, as the “Klata-' strung from Weed north war J to Pali 11
d sarasstly for wa” ia one of the finest pieces of work |
Agency left thia week for Oaraon City,
turned out by this popular firm.
^(Concluded on Pag« 4 fiecond Colum«
Nevada, for a visit with relativea.