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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 24. 1907
FAIR OF ALL
Public School Notes
We are taking this opportunity of
calling the public's attention to the en-
tertaimneril to be given Saturday even
ing at H o'clock in the interest of the
public school; «nd especially are we de
sirous of calling your attention to the
great «nd growing need of an instrument
In our schools.
Klamath’s Star ot Fortune wa* cer
tainly on tne ascendant during the past
week. Friday night there arrived in
this eity the party of excursionist* from
Portland. In the party were J. D.
formerly Secretary of the Portland
Board of Trade and prominent in poli
tics; Walter E. Bliss, state manager ot
Our building is now about complete the Milwaukie Insurance company; Dr.
and is a great credit, not only to Klam ('. R. Putman; C. R. Bloyd, a resident
ot Klamath in the early *70’s; W. H.
ath Falls, but to this part of the state.
Wehrung, Oregon’s representative at
The Board of Education are men of
the Alaska-Yukon Exposition;
the rrost progressive tyjie and are bend
borenaon, the timber man; C. T. Har
ing every effort to equip the schools
rington, of the Holcomb Realty Co.; J.
with evey thing that will add to the
D. Weber, of Denver ; M. L. Allison, a
failed to tell the visitor that it wa* a comfort, welfare and upbuilding of civil engineer, A. Kloee, F. J. Newton C.
l>oib teachers and pupils.
collection from th* Upper Project.
B. Hand. G. E. and W.J. Manchester, about a mile and a half from tne city by
As you know, the much needed im W. B. and Mis* I-auretta Walker, form water, was selected on account of its
W. IL I'snky l>a* the distinction of
exhibiting the first |»eai>ul« matured provements about the buildings and er retiderx* of Klamath, J. K. Nash, A. easy access both by water and land.
The tract consists of about 40 acres
In thi* county. There were three var- grounds have l*en made, the basement J. Kay, H. J. Workman, W. M. Slaugh
is complete with toilets, washing sinks, ter, D. W MrGillary, O. W. Olson, V. and can be reached from this city in ten
Illes. But they did nut repreaent all
ot Mr. Banky's exhibit. The other pro towels, lunch and play rooms. The G. Hughe*, John Paulson, Carl Johnson minutes by steamer or any of the num
erona launches. It is also a very de
duct* that he txbibitrd are a cre»ill to main part of the interior of the building and Harold Shepard.
is finished in oil and varnish, with the
The party were taken in hand by J. sirable location for the resident« of the
him and 1 angel I valley.
walls neatly tinted green. The library Frank Adams, Frank Ira ’White and farming district«. Feeding stables will
W. H. Co|>eland wae there with the is now complete with a glass slide door
George C. Hill, and were piloted around be constructed for the convenience of
Al last ha* Klaiuath awakened to Ito
guod* a* usual.
case and the assembly room lacks only the eity and out over the government farmers while bringing their exhibits to
g real nee* and now that ita people are
The the grounds.
The needle work exhibit was the moat seats and a piano. Taking these thing* ditch during Saturday fornuon.
lx«Inlung to feel the great |>os*iblliti«i*
It is the intention of the Association
Brominent into consideration and in view of the afternoon was spent at the fair grounds,
that are within Ila boundlie* the *trid*e l>eautifu! ever shown here.
Work has been commenced on a tele
forward will be great. First rame the In the exhibit waa the Norwegian work fact the public will eventually derive the and the visitors bad the greatest sur to grade the tract and plant trees this graph line to connect Klamath Falla
awakening when at the Irrigation by Mrs. Noland, the liand| painted benefit, we feel somewhat justified in prise of their lives. Of course, they ex- fall, ft ia planned to make this one ot with the outside world.
jiected to see an exhibit, but they were the best half mile tracks in the state.
(longtree list* county received II first china by Mre. Waaeon and the bead and urging a full bouse.
O. B. (rates, manager of the Midway
Early next season a grand stand,
great rnrognilion. Now cornea the real zephyr work by Mr* Whitlock
Ticket* for reserved seats will be on under the idea that the good things
Telephone A Telegraph company, re
that they had been hearing about Klam twice the size of the present one, will be
isation through the greatest fair this
turned this week from Montague, where
The attendance at the fair waa a* sale on and alter Thursday, October 24,
built. Also an exhibit hall, booths,
county ha* ever had. Nut the most op- follow*: first »lay, 4W; second day, 101U; at the Perfection,
Prices 50 and 75 ath must 1* taken with a grain ot salt.
he accompanied H. V. Gates, the head
When they mw the display ot Klamath stables and dancing pavilion and other of the company, to inaugurate the work
timislM- dreamed that the reeoune* ut third day, 2UUU. Il is by lar the greah-st cent*.
i county product* word* failed them in necessary improvement.
Klsuiatli were s>> great and so varied, success in pointed attendance of any lair
< n a seventy-two mile telephone and
The following i* the program for the , expressing the surprise and predicting a grounds will be laid out and an enclosed
and the usual surprised |»non is the one that ha* l»e«n held, and surprised every
above entertainment, entitled "Month* great future for this section. Mr. Weh arena built for riding and roping COD-
who ha* Uveal here the longest
As one one.
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
rung expressed the sentiment of the testa.
esprrweeal i<: “I have lived here nearly
A line will be built this winter from
when he said—
30 years and U.l* Is the first time 1 am
Montague to Little Shasta and the re
"The people of Oregon have no idea
thoroughly convinced that this is a great In the slock disleion that ought to make n 1. Cliorua—"Joy, Joy, a Year is Come."
mainder of the line will be completed
January Song—"Oh! J am the Frost of Klamath, and I am afraid the people
I cannot doubt the farmer* of this county sit up and
next summer. There will be not to
take notice. It was the mare and her
of Klamath have no idea of themselves.
The first auto to reach Bly arrived exceed five phones on the line and when
what I see. ’
Mr. Adame ha*olten demon 3. February Fong—"I am the I eat of I have heard a great deal about this there Monday afternoon about two completed it will be used exclusively for
Gathered beneath th* granalstand was
all the Train’’—-Beatrice Clenden- section but thia ezbibit far exceeds the o’clock, malting the run from thia city I long distance phone and telegraph
strated the practical surcee* of atock
the finest collection of fruits vegetable*,
story of any ot vour l»estp»oo«ters.‘.Tliey to Bly in six hour». The party constat business.
raising an»l (arming, but never mure
Carrals and grasses eVrr aven in thia
effectually than this.
Winter Cliorua—"Winter has come’ ought t<> come here and study it in order ed of Mr. and Mr». E. J. Murray, D. B.
county. No longer nerd llie |*«>|>le u(
The construction of this line from an
(With obligato’Jan. and Feb.
that they may tell of your greatness. Kendall and Harry Beltz, owner of the
Klamath hesitate to send their exhibits
• The Old Reliab'n,’* N. F. Merrill 5.
standpoint, will be unpar
Duet—"Boisterous and Cold."
A* president of the Alaska-Yukon fair, machine.
The route followed was
to stale and national lairs, for Klamath was one of the interiwted attendant» at <>.
alleled in the United States and pos
Chorus—"Come to the Fire."
this is the first county 1 have visited. through the reservation and Sprague
sibly in the world.
county may justly lay claim tn the title the (air and <>ne of the men who carrie»! I
I heard ot what you did at Sacramento river valley.
_ marred the
>d living in the forefront <«( the agricul ■ >ff a large number <>t premium*. Mr.
lands this side
and I see what yon have done here, and I pleasure of the trip until within three
of Keno and it will be necessary to cover
tural countiae of the alate The exhibit* Merrill h*» done much fur the up-build- i 1.
Mar» h *-»ng — "Come Weclotue Me.’’ I want to state to the people of Klamath miles of Bly, when one of the springe
from lb* Upper Project were e*|*ctally Ing of Klamatli. and it tnu»l afford him (
a distance of about three and one halt
— Lizzie Houston.
county that 1 am going to look to them broke, and notwithstanding the fact
miles with three ‘pans.
fine, |«rticnlarly that from the Shook a great deal of satisfaction to see that , o
April Song- "Nanny, Cloudy April" to win the honor* for Oregon at Seattle that it was repaired at Bly it was the
ranch, W, II. Pankey and W, IL Cope- his labors are bearing fruit through tin ,
in IVOtL Klamath saved the day at source of a great deal of trouble after-
Head island, a distance of fully a mile
land. A* a whole the Upper Project extension of agriculture tn thia county. I 3'
May N<»ng—"I come the last of the Facrntiiento and I shall expect it to do wards. The start for this city was
and a half. From there to the moun
take* first rank in the county, botii for
made Tuesday evening, and when a
Sister Band’’—Marguerite Morden.» the same thine at Seattle."
Tlie Bonanza dairy did itself proud '
tain bevond the river is another stretch
energv ami prises
When the Itrpnbli-
Trio—"Spring is Gone."
during the fair and its hospitality re- i
Monday J. Frank Adams took twveu-. abort distance out the spring broke
of two miles. One auppurt qg. tower,
can suggested that the County l<r ilia-
suite»! in those in attendance getting a
will be use»l about midway making two
Iriiti-d a I Bonanza. Merrill and Iort
visiting Merrill an»l Bonanza. This tour ing gear necessitated the running of the
gla»s of tlie finest of buttermilk and
Klamath «otn,»ete for prizes, the |>r»q>lr
spans of one mile each.
asndwieh, spread w ith the famous hut- ’
of the Upper Project look hold o| the
span ever successfully attempted on the
Part 111 Summer
■ for there is already started as an out-' trip,
ter that tin» dairy turns out
An insufficient supply of gaso-
pro|MM|tum with the one cud in viva
1. June S»ng—"I'm Coming, 1’ui Com- ’come of it the formation of a svndk-ate ' line necessitated the abandoning of the coast is the electric transmission line
across the Kern river in California,'a
the winning of first honors. Those who
that will purchase one of the largest machine at Jack Horton’s.
distance of ]4 ol a mile, or only half as
attended the lair know that the | h -< -pie
OI I ICIAL PREMIUM LISI
June Choru»-"Briglit, Sunny June" 1 tract« of land in the county that is as
When the news reached Bly that an long as the one to be built by Mr. Gates.
of the I iqicr Project were here, and it
July Sing—‘1 Follow the Foot-' yet unsigned to the Water Users Asso automobile was coming, it was tele I
The greatest difficulty will be to
wa* in the air,
Merrill entered the
ciation. In addition to this members phoned throughout that »ection, and
the swaying motion caused
Contest with unusual vigor, but the
July Chorus—"Bright July.”
of the party made several heavy pur- quite a delegation of ranchers rode into
I Three year old and over
by the wind. To do this 14 inch clamp
enthusiasm wa* not present. It WK>
August S>ng—“There’s Ihist ii|«on I chases in Klamath county property.
toa n to get their first sight of the ‘‘devil fasteners will be use»! so as to give the
too much of a matter of fact manner to
J. frank Adams, sec^B. (15 0U
my Mantle”—Etta Turner.
In «[»caking of the result of this ex wagon.” Nearly the entire population
longest possible bearing. Kock and ce
wnrk the people up to the projivr pitch
J. Frank Adam», thliT U) 00
«. Summer Trio—"The Royal Imlian cursion Frank Ira White said:
had the pleasure of a ride before Mr.
Jas. Cole, fourth, 5 00 9
ment piers will be built for the founda
to make them do their brat. But .Mer
"Thia i« the third excursion to tin« Beltz left. One thing the trip demon
Two year old
tion of the supports and on these towers
rill ha* Icarnnl a lree<»n that will result
strated was the impossibility of estab will be constructed of timber to a height
in something neat year. It is a »ate pre 3 One »ear i>l>l
tive of greater results than the other lishing an automobile line between this
of from 60 to 70 feet.
diction that the exhibit that is now living
two combined. This seems to be the city and Lakeview. Tl.e condition of
cable will be used to give the necessary
gathered for Alaska-Yukon Exposition
era of surprises for this county, and this roads is such that no machine could
strength and to this the copper wire
12 V) 1. September Song—"The Sultry Sum excursion must rank as being one of the
tind the people
Merrill I Best Mare and suckling coll
stand more than one trip, unless in the will be strung. The estimated cost of
J. Frank Adam*
nearer the front than they were at tin- 6 Best two year old
mer”— Hattie Vue».
hands of an expert and then driven with the line is between $20,000 and $25,000.
fair. Merrill lias honor* that it must
J. Frank Adam*
October Sing—"Mine is no Flowery
the utmost care.
The construction of this line assures
preserve. It is not going to forget the A Best <>lie » ear old
Garland”— Mark Conklin.
It A. Alford
to this city unexcelled service, tor it will
laurel* won at the Irrigation Congress,
3. Nuveuilw-r Song—"Oh! th«» Royal
connect with the Postal Telegraph com
HORSES OF ALL WORK
and it now seem* that they arc going
Imlian Summer"—Lovis Clift.
pany’s line, thus when the railroad
alter still greater prize* at Seattle in
4, Autumn Trio—"The Fruits 1 Bring”
The first convention of the twenty
e Klamath Oil company is the reaches this city there will be a double
15 00 5 Autumn Chorus-"Hurrah ! Hurrah !
HAD. But tfley will find that Bonanza 1 Bx«t three year old
first district of Oregon Reliekahs. con-
J. A. Stewart
■ i- -'"ration to enter ihe Klamath service.
i* a gisid fighter, ami when the collec M Best two year old
for the Autumn."
isting of the Klamath Falls, Merrill
Articles of incorporation will
tion la complvtixl it will consist of a
S. B. Low
and Bonanza lodges was held Monday
l>e tiled this week. Among the parties
gooilly portion ol the finest thing« in HA liest work team
evening in the A. O. U. W. hall in tins
interested in the question of finding oil
ami around the little giant of the Up-
i. Dei-ember Song—"Ye Cail Me a i city.
in this county are J. Frank Adams, W.
Mrs. Gallowsv, of Oregon City, presi
Best mare and suckling colt
C. Dalton. Thoma- Hampton, I.. Ger
March and Chorus of the Months— dent of the Rebekah Assembly was
Fort Klamath did *|ilru<li<lly, «ixl
ber, Charlee Horton, N. N. Merrill, E.
"Wi- I»ear Fri» n»l« are Happy."
though it stand* third in the list of 10 Bout one year old, either sex
present and had charge of the conven-
Cale < »liver
A very pretty wedding was celebrated
3. iMvble Chorus—"Joy ! Joy ! n Year lion.
prise* won, it lias no reason to lie
About seventy delegates from
Best Brood Mart» and Family
is Come." “We I»ear Friends are[
— fit will l>e purchased and the first well in Fort Klamath lastSurulay when Mias
ashamed ol 11» record, and may proudly II Any class
Falls -- were r present and the
put down to a depth of 1500 feet if nec Nora Sellers was united in marriage t>
J. Frank Adams
following from Merrill : Myrtle Martin,
hold up it* head for it ia not *o far back
Lorin M. Streeter. Both are well and
I deputy preaident. Miss Knttenhorn, B.
of the scratch that it is noticeable. As
known in that section of the
!<•.; Mr«. Wilson, N. G.; E. Gertrude
a member <>1 the Portland delegation
as in this city, and have
put it, “There I* not another county in
a host of friends .who wish them many
The delegates from Bonanza were un
the state that shows the uniformity of
W. P Rhoads
years of happiness.
productiveness a* does Klamath."
Manager Houston must add another
The construction of the Mount Hood able to l>e present.
The bronco busting contest was |>er-
feather to his cap, for he certainly made
12 Best three year old and over 20 00 railroad ia causing the Harriman peo
hap* the most interesting of the special
ple a good deal of worry and trouble, tion were elected: Mrs. F. E. Boyd, a iiit when he secured the Clark Bio
> »hairman; Mrs. Hammond, secretary; graph company for his house during
features of the lair. It aroused intense
13 Best two year old mule,
10 00 and as it result surveying crews are
S. Hemenway of Yainix and Mrs.
excitement ami was the talk of the
the fair. Every evening the house was
again out in the field working through
N. N. Merrill
of !>enver were united in
town. The horse racing gave greater
14 Best one year old mule,
< 50 the great Central Oregon country and
Jin, I. G.: Liza Stilts, O. G.; Jennie satisfaction to the audience. The cli marriage in Lakeview this week. The
satisfaction than anything of the kind
5. >. Merrill
j Burn, marshal: and Ellen Beil, conduc max was reached Friday evening when news came as a surprise to the many
heretofore. As a whole the fair was an
15 Beet jennett .
10 00 Harriman interests are fearful that the
Instruction was given in the the Beal bisters were greeted to a show friends of the doctor in this city and
unqualified «ucceus and was the first
Mount Hood road is something more tor.
that has met the wishes and expecta
than a local institution out ot Portland secret anil degree work after which er of silver by the enthusiastic au county, where he is well known and
popular, and they extend to him warm
tions of the public generally.
and that it 1« to invade the sacred pre questions were answers«! by the preei« dience.
Shorthorn Durham Bulls
congratulations and good wishes for
10 Beat three year old and over 15 00 I cincts of the Southern Pacific. Wheth
mended the members examine I and the
many years of happy married life.
J. Frank Adams
/ A hundreds of visitors during the fair,
mains to lie seen, for the backers of the degree team on their efficiency.
It would not lie a bad Idea if Klamath
was Miss Baldwin’s magnificent exhibit
Falls would hire Jim briscoli for a short 20 Best two year old
» 50 enterprise are not giving out any infor
on the second floor of the Baldwin
tim« and have him uso Ilia energies a« a
Engle and Miles I.ippert
21 Best one year old
5 •M) pie are not to In» caught napping, and
building, of views of Klamath county.
booster. Ilo is a bummer.
J. Frank Adams
marriage in this city last
consequently are getting matters in
That “bunch" from Bonanza certainly
unique pictures of Indian life, which are Sunday morning, the ceremony occur
shajie for one of the biggest railroad
upheld the glory of their town.
They 22 Ileal three year old and over 15 IM) tights this state has ever known.
gems of art. Miss Baldwin has *|>ent ring at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
The Directors of the Klamath County time and money in collecting these Caste), Rev. B. Conklin officiating. The
were well matched and under the direc O» J. Frank Adams
Best two year old
Agricultural Association met the first of
tion of Holgate pulhxl well together.
bride is one of the popular young ladies
E. M. Bubb, who recently resigned a- the week and decided on the site for the photos until now she has without ques
J. Frank Adams
of this city and her many friends extend
cashier < f the American Bank and new fair grounds and race course. Two
The exhibit from the Shook ranch at
to her their best wishes. Mr. Lipjiert
J. Frank Adams
Trust Company, will leave this week for locations were considered at this time, one county in the state. The studio is
tracted a great deal of attention, Under
is a young man of splendid qualities,
a visit nt hia old home at Mountain
the magic touch of Mrs. Shook it was
one at Altamont and the other on the have
who has bright prospects of a successful
(Continued on page 4, flnit column)
Anu she never
tract. The latter, which ia tunity will be well repaid in doing so.
.. .^ j
Magnificent Exhibit of Products of
Most Remarkable Engineering Feat
In the World
BIG SURPRISE TO EVERYONE
MEANS ENTRANCE OF POSTAL
The Klamath Ba.*in Hay
Justly Lay Claim to a
Place in the Front Rank
of Agricultural Coun
ties of the State
Construction Work be
tween Here and Mon
tague to Begin at Once
and Line to be Com
pleted to Yreka Next
First Auto to Bly
New Oil Company