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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 17, 1907.
Results Received from the
Analysis oí Five Samples
LAMA H i’S OPPORTUNITY FIM
NEW FLOUR HILL
Charged With the Theft of ffenry Bonanza Business Men Decide
Jackson's Race florae
Back Such an f.nterprlse
Jame» Novelle ws< arrested in this
city Monday by Sheriff Ob*»m*hain ami
fteputy Hliall'S'k, charged with the
IL put up tlie liorses at the Mammoth
livurj and his actions aroused the sus
picious of William Messmer, who noli-
lied Miriiff ois'iuhain. Au Hiveetlga-
tioti lead him to Is lieve that the horse
»a» stolen and he plated Novelle under
arrest. \ messenger was sent to Yaioax,
I ut shortly after Ins departure Mr.Jack-
son telephone«) the sheriff freni Bonanza
that his horse bad le-en stolen ami was
ven much pleased when informed that
be had already Isen recovered and that
the sup|»osed culprit was under arrest.
His preliminary hearing will be held
Bonanza is again demonstrating that
its citizen* are made of the right kind
of material and that they are deter-
mined to make the Four D*afed Clover
city one <>f the leading cities of Southern
But a short time ago they
erected a creamery there and the suc-
that has attended that undertaking
was such as to give them sufficient con
fidence to decide on the > erection of a
Hour mill. The ground 1 wa> broken for
the building tin» week, and it will 1«
reaily for operation by August 1, BSW.
The motive power will be electricity,
furnished by the Moore Brothers.
The erection of this mill will result
in the sowing to wheat of a much larger
area than was heretofore ¡>e»sibie. That
there will Is- ample market for the out
put is certain, for the local consumption
is wry large and it will place Bonanza
in position to command the trade of
much of Lake county. With such en- .
terpriee and cohesion t lie re is only one
result to follow, the rapid growth and
increased prosperity of Bonanza.
of Klamath County
ON BIG FAIR
Be the Greatest in the
History of Klamath
GRAND DISPLAY OF PRODUCTS
•«I s beet »Ilgar factory in this city. II
the body removed to the Whitlock un
such • thing couhl I»’ «lone it wouhl
dertaking rooms, where the inquest was
|( like Results can be Sc moan the erection <<l a factory hall the
I he Rivalry of Bonanza,
held, the jury returning a verdict that
sim ««t Klamath Falls ami li«o employ-
Fort Klamath and Mer
cured in Other Sections
the deceased came to his death by his
ment of hundreds «4 people.
own band. The circumstances sur
rill Becomes Interesting
of the Basin a Factory I be iU-publit an still l*lic»«-s that It
rounding the affsir are such as to leave
Each is Here in
i» ;«•*»!Me to not only raise tlie sugar
no doubt in the minds of the authori
Would Surely Follow
l»wl to pcrlection In Ibis county, but
ties but that it was simply a case of sui
that It is also |«oeeible to interest suf
ficient capital In the erection of a tieet
Everything is In readiness for one of
It would seem to me that such beete sugar plant here, ami it is therefore «
the largest county fairs that has ever
..hi with the very beat for the anxious that something along the line I
been held in Klamath. Every inch of
jratuction of sugar.'* ie how t*r«4esaor ' <>f a practical demonstration lie carried
space in the big exhibit room baa been
>>n With this end In view, it renews
E. M. Babb has resigned his position
b t. Knisely, «4 the Department «4
Mt aside, and the demand for addition
Tlis long deferred excitement over the
Its offer ot last year, end will lie one of
' as cashier of the American Bank A
fteenstry «4 lhe Oregon Agricultural Ove to contribute 1100 towards a fun«! -liseovery of oil is h«Mde«i toward Klam
al room is so great that it is a problem
Trust company, and is succeeded by A .
just what to do. Judge Baldwin, who
Vdhge. epi lorn I ms hie opinion of five of 1'01 to be usssl in making these ex- ath county. Whether or not it will
. M. Worden the aseistan cashier.
has charge of this part of the event, is
•spies of sugar I «eels raised In Klam pertinents It is a selt-evnlenl tact that
I Saturday of this weak, October 19th,
kept busy receiving and placing exhibits
ebrvunty These l«eeta were raise«I on
is the 126th anniversary of the sur struction comtainy, arrived here Tues and when the gates open this afternoon
l'waiowne«l by Frank Irn While under maiieut »«>•-ess until there Is a weekly eral of the enterprising citizens of this
render of Cornwallis at Yorktown. At day evening for the purpose of looking there will be displayed the best collec
ttedirection of J. B. Wakefield. Ever of m-'tilitly I«y toll, ami the surest way
the request of several of our citiMns the ft(Ver
asked tion of products from the farms ot this
[gate Mr Wakefield came to this emu- to bring alaxit such a result is to show oil eipert that there is oil in this basin.
r->ad, county that has ever been gathered.
q bs >-ff* contemh"! that there Is no capital that there Is a g««»l opportunity A movement is on foot to put a well house on that day. The following on he smiled and said it was a state secret,
One of the disappointment of the af
Mier act Ion In lhe toll*! Htates for here l ine of the soreal of these is to
the subject has l>een contributed by a
fair will be the failure of the Ashland
l-js succreelul cultivation ol the sugar
The mail did not reach this city Tues- football team to come over. An offer of
High School student ot this cits:
M than Klamath county. And he can tw grown here. The reel will fol doubt l«e watched with a great deal of
If the average American citizen were day evening until nearly nine o'clock, 1200 and expenses while here was turned
interest. There are many who smile
.«¿hi u> knots. For years he was on- low easily.
asked wbal great historical event oc- due t° the breaking of a spring on the down by the team. It would seem that
the ¡»«sibility «4 oil living near I ere, |
i^r.1 in the inJuatry in Oofora«fo. lie
In the table published herewith, it
curred on the nineteenth of October, he engine on the Klamath lake railroad this is a liberal offer, but they either
s m fstaiiusr with liieir cultivation as will be seen that the sample« ol beets | but that is quite natural lor some j*o-1 would probably be at a less for an an- near Fall creek, which delayed the want an excuse to back down or want
pls to do when they bear ol any prvpo- ■
lm ordinary former 1« with ll«e culliva | scut by Mr. White pr-aluce very satis
swer ; yet the event was of high import- train about two hours,
more than their services would be
that r«»|uir«w investigation. Oil I
Uae ol the potato.
Izv*t year he factory results. I! samples had >«-«n
worth. The High school boys bad
Ms.......... —1 In a small way that the sent fr««ni ten to twenty «hfferent locali in large quantities has l«een <iiac«>vere<i race, the «lay one of triumph and rejoic- tbe public KhooJg Wlll
on lhe practiced hard and had raised a big sub
in lees lawrable places than this, and it
Iset suuld do well here. This year lie ties throughout tine basin and they
log tor both it*. great branches. On eV(.0l0g
October 2>>, in Houston’s scription. They were enthusiastic over
• wsd a quarter of an acre, ami II was produced like results, it woul<! l«e an is to tie hope*! that the efforts ol th«« pio October 19, 1«81, Lord Cornwallis, opera house, the cantata, entitled the event and the failure of the Ashland
neers will l>e atten«l«Ml with success.
fivsa this that lhe t«eeta sent I'rof easy mailer to mt creel lhe sugar l«eet
fl oil is not struck the drilling may re hrinmeil in on lhe peninsula of *1 ork- “)fontbg anil Seasons.” The proceeds boys to accept the liberal terms offered
ii.eti io Ibis county. Mr. Wakefield es-
! ktissly sere gathered.
sult in the locating <4 an artesian tiow. I town by besieging forces of American ■ of lblg entertainment will be used in was a sore disappointment.
I l*Mt fall lhe llepublten urged thr nr Umal«W that bls quarter acre would In Since lhe discovery of artesian water in an«! French Iroojis under Washington purchasing a piano for the schools. A
The interest manifested throughout
Malty ol carrying to a stvcecssful leeur di« at« a yield of al»>ul «-Ighu-erl tons to tbe Wood River country, the possible and lafayette <>n tbe land, and a I-rench matinee will 1« given in the afternoon the county in the fair is greater than
elpemusiita In the growth of tlie sugar tlie acre. Tb«se. with a factory in the l«s ating <4 the How in tins basin has fleet in the Chesapeake Bay, formally I tbe ofith.
ever before. Bonanza, Fort Klamath
and Merrill are determined to capture
test In this ««Minty. an«l offered to tv fiebl are sure h> command a price of been seriously <!is< u««nl by manv people surrendered his army of seven thousand
The public library will remain open all of the prizes, and the result is that
«asof five to give |l«l towar-l a land t- five dollars j«er ton, thus posturing a It th« same flow continues south and two h tin J red forty-seven British and
Io owd in «dieting prlaee lor the best gross earning «>1 1'0 to the acre Under < an be l«a-ated, it w<-ul<l mean much to Hessian soldiers, which comprised the during the fair between the hours of 9 people who have never paid any atten
at the ptrsa-nl high wages ami short hours this basin, lor it might I m * sutiicienl to main body of English forces in America. a. rn. and 1U p. tn. and visitors are cor- t tion to bringing exhibits are busy
tamest rfl'-rl was rna«le to intervs it w ml«l cost approximately from |40 to place water on many acres of lan«l that That this event was hailed with joy dially invited to visit the library rooms | gathering and preparing the best in
Every- ( their gardens and on their farms.
rn acre to care lor thiscmp. This
throughout the length and breadth of and make themaelve* at home.
Mbers. II raine to naught, for It wo<ll«l
arc now above the government ditch. It
Likewise is the bronco busting contest
»sn« iliat there le loo much attention
would be "Bonanza's luck” t«- lilt the
( attracting a great deal of attention. The
pad to other matters.
It the plan the grouti«! to placing the Iw-cts on flow ami thus cause a jump in laml val for it marktsl lhe end of English do all hours.
«sggre'.r,) l.y the Krpubll* an last year t»«ar-l the cars. It can thus be seen ue» throughout that section that would minion in America. That it should i John Beckner, one of the sturdy pio- i making of this event one of the exclusive
Lad Iwn carries) - gl ami several quar- that it is a very profitable crop ami on«* make the lo-a-ls of the most optimistic occasion rejoicing. also, on the other neers who drove an ox team across the ' I features of the fair has done much to
side of the Atlantic is not so apparent. plains in 1*53, lured on by the golden i stimulate the interest of the cowboys,
Uy s* re tra- ta platilrd, the < liainl«vr <4 that wo«»l«l make the land iu this basin swim with excitement.
To understand this we must remember proajiects towar-l the Ian 1 of the setting i and they are anxious to enter the fray.
Corn merer would have something langi- very valuable.
that the war was carried on by a narrow sun, die«! in Jacksonville last Wednes That it will be one of the most exciting
following is the letter iroui i’rofi-saor
Ms In present to • spilalieta througl.
minded King ami subservient ministry day morning, age«l 70 year««, 11 months contests ever pulled ff in this city is
shi< h bi mlerest them in the erts tioti
against the w ill of the majority of the and It» days.—Tidings.
English people; that the Americans, tn
A special pnrse was raised by the as-
The State Secretary of tiie Sunday
The following is taken from the Sun
Ms Fa*»a la* W hits ,
resisting, were fighting the battle of
for horse racing. Many of the
Klathalh Faile, < irrgun.
day Oregonian, an«t is one of a aeries of English lilierties, and that their victory School Association will l«e in Klamath
patrons of the fair protested against the
The five lewis which you sent ma for analyato have been exam article- ala'Ut «lifferent people, grou|«--l
inarke«i the eml of |«ersonal monarchial
main over tlie Sabbath. He will con decision of tlie association to abolish the
|Ml I a|i >uld coti»l«ler these sample as laung vsta-ciaHy tine; they writ' large, un-ler one lieaditig "Thing» nl»«ut men
rule in England.
duct a Sunday School covention. All racing feature, and stated their willing
wry firm ami ahwo the average In sugar and purity, considering their size. B whose name» should ap|a-ar in the II.ill
Upon burning of this surrender, Lord
are invited to attend these services. The ness to contribute additional funds in
asms to am that such Iwets, it they nmld 1» grown in abundance, would rank of Fame.” It is quite true, so far as the
North, the British prime minister, |
place of holdiiig the covention will be sufficient amounts to warrant the offer
•ill> the very Is-st f*>r the pr*»luction of sugar.
threw up his arms and exclaimed, "It
ing of purses. They were taken at
Th« work they <ii«l was well «lone, am!
The results <>| tire analyses an- as follows ;
is all over;" and soon resigned his
their word and a substantial purse was
the |»-o|«le of this county will not »<H>n office, He was right. The turning
W. O. Smith returned to this city last rai ed. Therefore there will be racing
forget them for it :
os . II m . os.
point of the long and tedious conflict Friday cveuing, after an abaence of sev as usual.
II m . ox . II*. <»t. II m . os . II m
Frank 1rs White ami **Zin>" Baldwin, for representative government ha«l l«een eral weeks. He was called to bis old
The managers were unable to issue an
of Klamath Falls, are the pioneers in a reached ami was passed in favor of the home in Harrison, Idaho, by the serious official program, owing to the
8t It hoir lU-et
2 14', ‘ 1
4 lo>, new line of promotion work.
Wt He«-1 without crown ....... •J N‘, 3 IB, 2 13', 3 H
During American colonies. The House of Com
«ess of his father, who is now conva- of its completion until the
*|»-<ifl<- gravity of Juice
the recent Irrigation t'ongiess in Sac mons voted that all who should advise
• ng. During his absence he visited
President Bishop and Judge Baldwin,
Ibgrr« Itrix total solhls In Juice 32.3
» of the cities cf the Northwest and however, are authority for the state
Psr-K iil sugar iu juice................. I9J
the continuance of the war were enem
ling Brothers circus. H lute ami Bal«i- ies of the country, i»u«i negotiations for u.« i„!; ml Empire, and everywhere he went that there will be warm times
F»r «-«nt sugar in Beet ...
hi«ity of Juice ....................... .
w in were «lelegates to the congr« as. The peace were begun which finally resulted found great interst manifested in Klam
every minute of the time, and their
early newajraper training of Mr. White
reputation for delivering the goods is so
Hoping those results will reach you in time lor your Fair, I am,
came to the surface, ami with the assist dence, the treaty of ;«eace being signed
Prof. A. L. Camp and wife expect to proverbial that no one need doubt but
ance of Baldwin afore mentioned, September 3, 1783.
leave in a few days for Leadville, Colo that interesting events will be constant-
A. I.. KN I* El. Y
»«-«•ureil a nutnlierof badges bearin-z the
Sine« coming here Professor i b’
flaming li-geml. "Klamath Fulls.’’ tine
Camp ha» built upa large class, an-l his
was liamle«! I<> each of the la-lies in the
many friemis will regret to learn that he
Open During Fair
circus parade, together with a sufficient I
was to leave. A return of his asth- '
number of pins to make the same fast.
malic troubles is responsible for bis de-
(.'bark*» Lund, a native of Finland,
They were worn. The entire delegation
A farewell reception wa* ten«lere<l
, cision. He has te-en confined to his
At the adjourned meetingof the Inland
from the Southern Oregon town then se committee! suicide last Friday evening home for the past several «lays with Empire Club, held last Friday evening,
The first anniversary ball of
M im Alice Applegate last Friday even-
cured reserve«! seats for the performance by cutting his throat with a razor. The congestion of the lungs, but hopes to be , it was decided to throw open the club
,nr at the home of Mr. and Mi». Alex Twenty One Club will be given in
Msrtln, Jr., by the Senior» ami last year Houston opera house Friday evening, and to the «lisniay of all lheother I mhiiu - gash extended from ear to ear, and sev able to travel shortly. He takes with rooms to visitors during the fair.
ers, the section was <lra|«ed with a huge ered every vein. The deed was commit him the good wishes of a host of friends. Messrs. Hogue, Willia ns, and Dunbar
ttaduatea of the High School. It was
Preparations are being banner setting iortli in braaen letters ted near the Fort Klamath road, about
riven in testimony of the high «'»teem
For the first time in the history of were appointed as a committee on en
in which Miss Applegate is held by the mad« to make it a memorable event. the greatness ol lhe country from which three hundred yards from the bridge the state the school fund has reached the tertainment, and it is certain that a
across the government canal.
rid and new students ol the institution The Twenty One Club 1s one yearold this they came.
most cordial welcome will be extended
Decease«! came to this city but a few amount of five million dollars and
from which she steps dow n as teacher month. Unlike so many organizations
over. The amount to the credit of the to all who may visit the headquarters
o( English. This will lie the first year, of this kind, it has maintained its iden
of the organization.
What We Orow
deed, and was seen on the streets. He fund October 1, was 15,179,790.56, and
with the exception of six months, since tity throughout the year, and will con
Plans are under way to have a formal
acted di a strange manner, seemingly
*l>s entered a school room as a student, tinue to do so. The membership is
est fund will reach approximately $169, opening of the club in the near future,
that she w ill not be called by the school limited to twenty-one and no one is
000 by the time of the regular annual when the usual functions of the winter
II. E. Pointer, who is «qn-ratfug the ol his clothes revealed the fact that lit«
••B, either a* it pupil or teacher, ami it eligible to niemlM-r*hip who is objec
will be inaugurated. It has been sug
was destitute, no money being found on apportionment among the school dis-
••» with much regret that the students, tionable to any one ot the members. McKinney place, brought to the city
1 tricts of the state, August first, of next gested that a ‘Ijidies’ Night” be'one of
•rh<ml board and the public generally Thus the harmony and in»»! feeling of yesterday a sheaf of oats that made
year. The amount in the school fun«l the features «luring the winter, ami it
irarne«! that she had decided not to con- the organization Is never marred. Each 'everyone who saw it stop and wonder. to the discovery of his identity. One of July first of this year was |4,S94,012.28. has met with such hearty approval that
these whs from his mother, who lives in
tiiKio as an Instructor in Klamath'» member is limited to one invitation for It was six ami one-hall feet tall an«l well
The entertainment by the Misses it is quite likely that the suggestion will
‘••ding educational institution. It was each dance, and the mime of the invited headed. It was not select«»!, but was Finland, ami in which she expressed
herself as fearful that all was not going Nickerson at the opera house Thursday
•iliing, therefore, that the reception of guest must I««’ submitted to the invita what might be seen on thirty acres that
Saturday evening will lie ladies’
I relay evening was tendered her. As a tion committee, which issues the invi Mr. Pointer had in oats this year. It well with her son.
A concert will be given and a
The body was discovered by Marshal cess. The change made in the date of
cordial invitation to visit the Club is
token of remembrance the students pre- tation. The powers of this committee was raised on dry land, and averaged
fifty bushels to the acre. He purchase«! Mekland am) John Mean, who were at the entertainment doubtless militate«! i extended to visitors.
"••hied her with a Jeweled fob pin of are plenary.
against a full house, but the audience
The ball that is to lx- given next week this property alsnit a year ago. One of < tracted to the apot by the actions of
*m,"f»''inc design. It was present«*! by
was an appreciative one, and
«föhn Ya«1en with appropriate remarks
by Miss I.eta Nickerson's VO
••"1 was acceptvil with n few woril* ex-
He cal numbers, which were repeatedly en- ' Flues built, plastering and cement
dred hens, and in addition to supplying Bro Jamesiiii and Otis Greer,
Prrssing th« deep feeling of gratitude monthly dances that the Club will give
core-!. Miss Grace Nickerson is an elo-1 work promptly done. Prices reason*
*l|,i friendship the recipient had for the during the winter, l ight refreshments lhe family table produced enough eggs i was then alive, but they supposed that
of marked ability, and her : able.
CHAB. W. THOMAS.
will I m - served on the stage and every to net him $150. Of course, he has paid
_'f'"» Applegate left for Oakland effort will be pul forth to make the attention to his ranch. Hence the sue- tention to him. The authorities were readings were also highly appreciated. KOO Leave orders at Gun Store. a a Phone
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‘""»day morning, where she will re- „v«iiine a. nl ***»*» it line ti>r