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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 27, ¡908
of Klamath County
TO BEGIN HIM Tills YEAR.
NEWS FROM I TVER PROJECT,
BIG MO.XEY IX POtVrOEN.
TO lit ILD HEt-TIOXAL HOl'NEB.
REAL ENTATE LIVELY.
Tile H"< relary of the II liter lor has « iKumlx-n In taiigell Valley Grow
Klamath county will soon lead all
Klamath Fnlls will srx»n have an
H. L. Holgate, cashier of the Rank
Three Feet tamg.
I other counties In Hi«- state In the pro- authorized th« Reclamation Hervlr«'
Industry that will mean much to thia > t Bonanza, who Is In the city today,
' I tui tion ot pulu(<« .i Parties who to begin construction on the Cleari Th« Bonanza Bulletin under dal« country. Hhrout tc Shortt have pur- states that the people of the Upper
1 mV« gl'.« u tini« to flic i ultlvatlon of take dum In the Klamath Irrigation <' August 20 seems to be lnclln«-d to chased the right for th« state of Or- i loject are jubilant over th« starting
ibis product In Hits county have I reject, b) fori-« a< omit Tli« total i cast reflections to Its uttermost <apa- i «gon for Hie manufacture of th« port- of work on the Clear take dam. "The
It highly reiiiuniTuHv» aud o-llniati-d cost of this work Is |IH5.- ¡city upon tbe Klamath Water Users able house Heattie has a large man- announcement has already had a
ll> oid«r of Ptuslden; Ituo-e-Vell.
the sportsmen of thia suction will I nave demonstrated beyuod u doubt Obo. Blds for erection of this dum Association. In so doing It Is not on- , «fu' turlng plant where these portable good effect on the business of the
Judge Henry L. Benson, of tbe
h so the ft mat duck and wild low I i liat this section will, a* noun as the liav« been rejected on the ground of j ly doing an Injustice to the those peo- houses are built and It Is shipping * Ci earn City,” said Mr. Holgate, "and First Judl' lai District, comprising th»
hunting ground-« In the count) The J iransportatlou facilities are supplied, «x<«salve cost and It Is believed that i pie who are personally concerned them to all parti of the United States Bonanza will experience a wonderful counties of Klamath, Lake, Jackson
growth In tbe next few years. The and Josephine, will tender his restg
Lower Klamath Ink« has been mud« ue In a position tu supply the uiarknta work cun be curried on effectively I but to the whole community as well, md Alaska.
Into a Natlonnl bird preserve, and of many of Ilio Const cities with po m d economically by-force unount. i A It bough there has be««n some deia> . The house Is in keeping with the '»Sect Is already being noticed In the nation t.o Governor Chamberlain to
This announcement coming at this land illstuitlnfactlun, It Is no reason wentleth century methods of doing closing of a large number of deals 'ake eff
tic more can th« pot hunters of Call ’atoes i of first «lasi» quality.
will !>•> like pouring oil on trou why the members ot the association things. The building ts completed which have beeu hanging Are on ac-1 et nor Is ab September 1. The Gov-
fornla or the sport men of Klumath
■nt from Salem at present,
Most of th« dissatisfaction I »hould b<- branded as eiatlc und fool-
ffi-ck to Hila famous shooting ground tu t lie - market thia year were brought
< («..«or of Judge Benson
at tbe factory and lu sent out In sec count ot the uncertainty of the work-but th ■
ish. Huch policies are not of the right tions which can be put together In ot the Irrigation project We do not ’«111
t » slaughter the millions of duck and In by Hinter I. Applegate, who lias
inted Immediately upon
gi use that breed In Hi« swamps and I about two and a half acres of nls tictly dm- to the fait that no work character to accomplish any thing of a few days after It arrives where the care much whether the work Is to be I it rete,
It Is not known positive-
i the Mitchell ranch In pota-
good results, but oti the contrary, building Is wanted. When erected dene by force account or otherwise; | iv who 1« to »ucceed to the Judgeship.
tales In that vicinity
end the rejection of the blds last i coming from the ».get! that It does,
Lower Klamath lake has been long I tues. Tlto first of tills month he be-
tho structure Is very substantial asi'*5« thing that we want most is to although It Is *tn gl
rr t rl tha
(spring was the source of the disturb- j will only make ba« matters worse.
krown as on* of the finest bunting gun digging potatoes for his own use
all of the section , are boi.ed and fus- P *ve 11 done.
Attorney Geor • Nola I 1« slated for
We believe that tho members of the tened together very securely. Tne
slots of th« Klamath country, nnd land ou th« 14th lie began tu supply
"On t*1« completion of the Pattee- th«- pc*:tl<-:; B 1« ■
1 I that a
ter Users Association, aud. In a ntea- nssoi'lutlon are men of sterling qual
this order of th» President will be I tbe local market, getting bls potato»«
buildings have been in u»e for sever Fradley building. Bonanza will have Democrat wi . b« a ■ : :ted i id wl er
ities und sound Judgment, aud men
Imd news to the sportsmen who arc I lu about lb« same time >< the flrat
■ r|y visit
in’ the part of many ot Hie share- > E. It. C. Williams has his grain al )«»ar* and have given perfect sat- **’*' Aneat business structure In Klam-j Governor .«■
fil'd of easy game. In past years oblpitK'Uts arrived from Hacramuntu
iafactlon la both warm and cold cli- a,*i county, not excepting th« Ane *rtl here, a lorB -. rice w « held be-
about all harvested and reports It mates. The plan for construction is brick buildings of Klamath Falls, tween the Govern' -, Attorneys NoI
ducks have beeu slaughtered and 1 I'he quality of Hie potatoes grown
gressional Investigation lie made of tn. over average crop
hauled away by tho wagon loads, but I by him Is considered much bettvr
on a sanitary basis and the Idea ot "'be new building is being construct- ard and S'- ne »nd J r’
the conditions here.
Allie Vinson had an ox yoke that comfort Is kept In mind in the plan-’
fr< m now on this will cease. The i Hum that of the Import«d uu«a and
entirely of pressed cemsnt blocks, ¡la believed that at. that thrie arrange-
Ils grandfather brought across tbe > ning ot every detail.
hunters will have to confine them itho demund for th« home grown pro
and Is the Oral of Its kind in thl« sec- ments we- • t. el- for ths apnolnt-
¡or.«« Project Engineer n. w. m ur- ¡plains In the early 60 s.
»< Ives to other lakes and swamps In I duct has t>««n very strong
The walls come In three foot imc - tion. The cost will be lots than 1 : k
The area that Mr. Applegato nas
Your correspondent has advocated 1 tions aud are made wltn a layer ot rnd will be far superbr both In ap-'c' J i'k-
the county where Hie game Is still
dons will be the Improving of the .< g(M>d roads movement both verbully
I earance and lasting qualities. Other '.«'nsldering.
plentiful enough to make good sport Ì 1 In potatoes will net him more than
road to Clear lake. It will be remem- at.d through tho press at all times. talr Insulator aud an air chamber
Tho order of the President cover* ’ 11600 per acre, about three times the
between the double boards. Through store and residence buildings are «on-
It has been known that the Judge
Now comes Mr Harriman and Gov out the country many of these build t«mplated this fall. Mr. Parsons.who j*» been cont« ¡iplatlng resigning hi-
the Ink« tog«tb< r with Hie shores. ¡ <'oat of th« land II» has been selling
ernor Chamberlain urging the people
Islands and abutting swamps, which I i putatocs fur th» past w«*»k at three tt year avo
arrived from California, has office for -.■■:.« til: « so a to engage
III order to Induce the ot Klamath to use their Influence to lugs are In use for churches and lor recently
purchased several town lots and as 1 >n private practice, and possibly foi
may belong to the government. In ' cents per pound and the average
ver nriM*ht to b^Kln work on the i tbe sani«- purpose. If people will not
socn as he can build expects to en
thsae pr«serv«s no native birds ma) I ¡yield Is ninoit line tons to the acre. r< nwtf net ¡<»n of the da
m st that time build roads they should be taxed a they will be especially suitable for gage In business In our town. Many political purposes, although no state
b« killed, nor eggs taken, nor limits ' * I'he Income from one acre at this rat«
mint to that effect has been made as
th«* du in proper will be special road tax sufficient to meet the
I will be appiozlriiately |Ü4O. Mr. Ap
The buildings are very neat in ap- of the farmers of our section will 1 yet. It is believed to be the luten-
demaud and from the proceeds let a
build residences and will move to ' t!on of Judge Benson and Attorne)
This preserve was created on rec plegate has made a stud) of the pro
In good shape and It will likely be r< od road be built by the proper ofll- pearante, can be lined wlth buriap
Bcnanza for the winter so that theii C. F. Stone to form a law partner
«■mmendatlou of the Natlonnl Audu duction of potatoes and Ims been giv
complete«! next year. The Clear lake
bon Society, and Is Intended to pre- ing bls time to bls patch. He plant rcr-ervolr sit«» com pi I»«» 25,000 acres l dale.
¡considered better than the reguia- children can attend school. Our fine ship with offices In Klamath Fails.
Mr. Penny has an extra good gar-
new building and Improved s hool
v« ut tho cttermluatlon of various ed In the early part of June, using
Mid th«1 dam will be 500 feet long den, «specially corn, squash and mel- lion frame building. Messrs. Shrout facilities are greatly appreciate I by Peth these gentlemen are now at Sa
t>p«-a of wlltf birds which frequent tho the Early Verm jilts for seed.
it Shortt have taken up the matter
lem and upon their return the tatter
The land used by him la under the cm top ami thirty feet high. The dam OEM.
Ink» region. The Audubon Hoclety
with J F. Goeller and it Is very prob the farmers of this section who are rsrt of the week authentic announce-
Is to bo built of ,-arth. rock and cou-
showing their eagerness In taking ad n ent will probably be made
after careful Investigatin': found that
crete. In this reservoir will be stor- uns, aud cucumbers three feet long. able that within a very short time he
Oirgon birds wore being kllb-d ruth- aub-lrrlgut«d ai d It lu nut neceiuar>
will Install the necessary machinery vantage of the improved condition* ctney Stone has built up a large and
l< nely, largely by huntei* supplying for him to give any time to Irriga- most of th« lands of the Upper pto- Should anyone doubt tbe above state- for tbe manufacture of these build la educational facilities.
lucrative practice since bls residence
m< nt they may obtain proof by visit ings. It will mean a new industry
“I am pleased to hear that you in this city. He is recognized as a
tin millinery market. Cases wen- ilon Mr Appi, gate baa about tw«iw
lug the garden.
have decided to hold a carnival and very thorough and successful lawyer
found where such hunters In season lacreo of land on the Mitchell tract has •!*•< lured Its
Intention to begin the who are to the best of their abllltlee for this city aud tbe conditions are fair at Klamath Falls this fall,
were making from 1400 to |&00 a ¡and he cays It la all any one man
You who has succeeded In winning me
such that there Is ample -oom for ex
He thinks construction of the dam at once will Jolng the best that can be done un- pansion.
<*ay selling bird crest, plumes,breasts, ’needs to make mon«)
Tbe material Is on tbe can depend on Bonanza being there •urfidence of a larger and valuable
der the circumstances
As to the
We expect to hold a preliminar} c'lentage. Judge Benson has a state
w ngs, etc., to milliners. With such the land will !»• worth fl000 an acre th« dissent Ion
In that part of the ci-raed force account referred to It ground for the manufacture of the
pioflt In sight birds were brlng when people barn what can be
ready made houses and there Is a meeting in Bonanza about two weex- «Ide reputation not only as an able
•s reuuunabl« to suppose that If a con-
grown In this section, With such
before your fair. This will enable
s.sughtere<l by th« thousands
Ing for the cancellation of the con* tiactor can do a certain amount of strong demand for cheaper homes in us to gather a nice collection of ex Jurist but as a lawyer of exceptional
This order c<>m«s after ono of the crops as these It Is his opinion Hat tinets will In* dropped.
lability. He served as District Attor
allparts ot the country. Just as soon
«ork for a given Agure. can not the
longest and ha roost fights tho Audu the cost of ««ter for Irrigation I»
i as arrangements can be completed hiblts to bring down here. Of course ney for this district before he was el
ton Hoclety has made und may be of no moment and even If It Is golug eminent Irrigation was on condition
there will be erected In this city one wc cannot have as large a collection evated to the bench, and In the con
taken as tho first stop In what ma) to be fifty dollars an acre It Will that the work of constructing the as cheap* It is an assured fact that of these cottages so that It can be as we had last year, but the upper duct of several important cases be
no man will take a contract unless
country will carry off Its share of tn- wen a brilliant success against some
mult In a reserve policy as extensive amount to nothing.
dam be begun thia year and all of t.« Is ot the opinion that there Is a inspected by prospective builders. prizes.”
as tho forest reserves. That the *>r
ot the best lawyers In the stat». If
Messrs. Shrout ac Shortt state that It
the»«» contracts will now stand no
det la going to play havoc with hunt- si II imi I. tilTAs si l*TEMIII It 71II ll nt almost su percent of the land Is proffi for him. In our opinion this they had their plant In operation
P< nson and Stone enter Into a part
era thio season la certain, for it Is
CARNIVAL OR COUNTY FAIR.
It will be one of the strong
going to compel them to do much ut I Th« public schools of the city will Service. It Is also very probable that ing ready to spring a sensation of less than six of these buildings as a
The question of holding a countj est legal Arms In the state.
their hunting on tho tipper lake,
When Attorney Noland was seen
the fact that work Is starting will in | public, lias done more damage to pub- number of parties who are familiar fair or a street carnival Is being con
since that Is about the only place the Indications are that the attend due« man« of th«« other laud
ow nera ’ lie affairs than auylhing else. Let us with the buildings that are construct sidered by a number of the business In regard to his possible appointment
they can use their launches.
to sign th« ir lands with the govern- i.ll cast these obnoxious and disagree ed and the price are anxious to get men of the city. The directors ol he refused to admit that he had any
Game preserves will soon lie <1 oils’ it wns last year. According to the went.
the ready made houses, which can the Chamber of Commerce at their knowledge whatever of the matter.
able tactics aside and work for the
common throughout the West, for ■ c I khi I «ensus there nre 601 boys aud
be built at half the cost of an ordi regular meeting Thursday discussed He denied that he had any confer-
there Is a strong sentiment under
house and are as convenient in the matter, but concluded that the) i-ce with the Governor or with Judge
. icus country.
way having for Its purpose the prohi which Is practically In tho city ot
every respect. The establishment of were not In a position to take an> Benson, but admitted that he and tte
Cliff. Ore , August 20, l»0S
bition ot hunting throughout all of
a factory of this kind In this city will action. The situation Is peculiar in Governor had always been close per-
The w««*ther has been excessively
the Forest Reserves for a certain per Instructors who will hnve charge of hot here for the past two weeks Ths> 'Saturday from the huckleberry patch mean much to Klamath Falls as it this, that in order to get the state
nal friends. He stated that he be
iod. The wanton destruction of all
appropriation It Is necessary to hold lieved that Benson would work for
last good ralu fell about teu days
Mr. Curtice has returned from an
kinds of game has caused President
a county fair and offer premiums for ■he appointment of a Republican as
mand for this entire section.
ago. Indications for rain the past
Roosevelt to seriously ««insider this Is Campbell, eighth grade; Miss Nett three days were visible, but In every extended trip to Washington.
the best products. The fair grounds is successor, but did not think that
move and It need not b<« surprising
vested and will have an average crop. RAILROAD WORK TO BE RUSHED. will not be in shape to do anything v.ould be possible as he was of the
Il an order Issues prohibiting hunt sixth grade; Miss Gast, fifth grade. us.
until next year and if the Agricultur ipinlon that the Governor would ap
The beef cattle in our vicinity are
There Is to be no unnecessary de al Association should take hold ot
ing In the forest reserves and Indian
point a Democrat.
Harvesting and haying la about ov still In Arst class condition, which
ity in the extension of the California the matter It will be forced to hold
reservations tor a period ot five years.
er. and while th«« various crops are goes to show that this is an Ideal
Northeastern to this city, and the the fair in the city, using a number
They will then act as gr -at breeding
mid Miss Jensen, Primary. Prof light, the quality was good. A large stock country.
Dr. W. A. Leonard, who accom
visit ot Mr. Harriman to Klamath of the vacant buildings for displaying
acreag«« of sagebrush land Is belpg
To ascertain the formation of the may be said to be directly respons I
panied a crowd on a him': ng trip, re
One of the next game preserves to George A. Wertz, of Chicago, Will be cleared and as soon as the rains set
roll along the government survey, ible for the fact that the road is to
turned with his face scratched, bls
be created In this county will be the
Those who are favoring a street
The Klamath County High School In plowing will be Hie order A large the Reclamation Service is having he rushed to Klamath Falls. Aside
nose pealed and with a badly torn
Clear lake reservoir site
acreage of fall rye and wheat will be
st« ps have been taken to accomplish will open on Heptembcr 14th with s«>« n as It Is now generally believed holes dug to a suitable depth at var- from the orders he has given to rush can be held on the streets of the city -hist. He claims be got mixed up
the road to the water there are other In connection with the carnival and with a grizzly, but his friends saj
this result and that It will come with the following Instructors: John T that the fall sowing does the best lous places.
indications which lead to the conclu that there will be no doubt about he got used up In making bls way
in a short Ume Is certain. These Butcher, principal; W. E. Faught. here.
IXTEREsTIXG NEWS FROM I>A1KY sion that the road is to be built to making it a success. Much Interest through the brush when he saw a
preserves mean that Klamath count) Commercial. C. A Howard, Science
Mr. and Mrs. James McCurdy, who
Born—To the wife of A. Pierson, this city at the earliest possible date. is being taken in the matter and It large dog and thought It was a bear.
will always remain ono of tho great und History, and Mlns Bessie Apple were among the Arst settlers In this
Brick masons are making splendid
est game sections In tho United Blates gate, English. Prof. Wertz will prob valley, left this week for Browns- ¡a daughter. August 16th.
Erickson & Petterson have been is very likely that some sort of a fair
¡piogress with the Hum building and
fot tho reason there will remain a ably have charge of the tnusli'.
vllle, In the Willamette valley, for
the walls will soon be completed. Ex
sufficient number of places for th««
struction ot the road to Klamath
an extended stay. This was made dorf. a daughter, August 16th.
cellent progress is also being made
s|mrtsman to hunt, while the Lower
Mrs. A. L. Michael has been ser Falls, but it is generally understood
Harney and Malheur lakes have <1- necessary by the contlnu««d Illness of
L. D. Burk and wife, of Bonanza, b) the workmen on the new White
lako will act as a supply station tor no been Included in Presldv.il lluuev Mrs. McCurdy.
iously III with heart trouble for the that they are now to sublet the grade
in the city.
from the edge of the marsh to this
I Dr. M. J. Ewing, who has been at
tending and nursing Jack Purtin at
Summer Lake who sustained a brok companied i>y A I. and som«« of their completed thirty miles of the West
ern PaelAc roadbed through Nevada,
en leg about two months ago. Is at neighbors.
Mr.Chas. WiH’lk attempted to burn working as a sub-contractor under
Homeseekers nre dally coming in out some chipmunks last Thursday Maney Brothers & Co., is now on the
to Northern Lake county and num- nnd started a Are that threatened to ground at tho request of Chief En
erous filings are being made on gov- consume the country, and caused gineer Hood, making an estimate of .
quite a bit of excitement for a few the road Into Klamath Falls. Should
hours by getting all the mon lu the Mr. Sayers secure the contract he
out anil away from would move his large outfit here
The Light & Water Company lias
their work. A few rods of fence was from Nevada and early this fall his
DEGINNING with Saturday, July
<<ial days on a wing dam in Link destroyed ami a considerable area of camp would be established in the out
n.l have decided to hold Satur
skirts of Klamath Falls.
river. Th» water Is getting so low sagebrush cleaned off
Tin« showers of last week made it , It is known that Mr. Harriman is ;
days as Bargain Days. Each and
that the old dam did not turn enough
¡of It Into the fl uni«« to operate the pleasant for a few days by settling «ery unxhvus to have the road oom-j
every Saturday thereafter, different
( pleteil to this city, as It would be a
' plant. Th«' water la lower In the rlv- the dust.
H. J. O'Brien started Ills header ilecldeil advantage In controlling the
goods will be put on sale at bargain
i or nt present than It has been since
th«« light plant was built. The Itu- m Monday with C. G Andersou at rest of the state that is now without ;
prices, and it will be to your special
| provementa In tho xiam will turn the tiller. First cutting was at the i transportation facilities. Harriman
benefit to keep your “eye peeled"
offi'ials have made thorough invest!->
j enough water to keep the power up Shook ranch.
J.R. Welch and family. Miss Abbey ghtions of all parts of Interior Ore
and watch for future announcements.
|te what It has been.
who *■ hnve
been *• In
Th«« company In going ahead with Welch. Riley Woods. Silas Clark nnd gon. The
Its Improvement! s on the new reser- Johnny Donnel. started for the berry field making the observations have
been practical railroad men and upon
noirs. Concrete work will begin on pr.tch nnd Crater lake Sunday.
Geo. Ritter, Johu Und. Carl Ad their reports rests the fate of this
the one In the ) Hot Springs tract
On Saturday, July n, there will be
I about Thursday and within a few ams, Pat Colahan. Louis Sterzl aud part of the country so far us Harrl-
days a force of workmen will begin wife, and a good many more were In man Is concerned It Is very evident
reductions on everything in the house
.the rock work on the one on the west to take advantage of Sedge's closing that he Is favorably Impressed, or
(excepting contract goods) and it will
out sale on Monday, and continued else I li e would not order the comple-
i finding until late In the evening.
pay anyone wanting things in the
tlon of tlie road to this city at the
’ Mr. AdnniB. the father of our Carl earliest possible date. The fact that
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Griffiths,
jewelry line to call.
Annuls, arrived here this morning he has consulted with a number of
In the city Friday accompanied
i from Indiana
l-.ls Western officials Is evidence that
party of Ashland people who
Mrs. N. S. Drew wns In Dairy early he has plans for this state and that'
¡camped at Odessa for an outing.
|Those In the party were Mr. and Mrs ' Monday morning after medicine to the extension from this city to Nat
C. E. Lane. Mrs. Giover Nell. Miss rtlleve n sick headache. nn«l other ron Is no longer an idle dream. The
Investigations made of the Klamath
’Nan McCallen, Mist Hoss Woods,Miss n««cossarles.
A. A Peterson from Gohl Hill, Ne hnsln is also strongly Indicative ot
j darguerette Nlnis, Pearl Parson. Mes-
LEADING WATCHMAKER an # JEWELER
i nr*. Otto and Pearl Jones, Frank vada. anil C. E. Gregg, from Seattle, the fact that there will be branch
[ Dean, Carl Hllty, and George Spen were looking over our country today lines to look after the produce from
cer. The party came down In a with the object of settling In our the irrigated lands of this section
launch and spent tho day In tills city, midst if they can And something to when they are once subjected to In
returning tn Odessa the same day.
The Real Thing
As a Starter