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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 3, 1908.
MEANS H.UALL FARMS.
HILL LANDS VALCABI.E.
M»REI.I.A NI MH NO’II h .
The farmer» of thia valley are «till ♦
OLENE H APPEN I X(*H.
It will not be long before the peo-I♦
FORT KLAMATH NEWH.
♦ •♦♦«««•«•♦«♦•♦«a dl»cu««lug th« price of (lie water ♦ ♦ ♦
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦«a pie of Klamath County awaken to ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
'Ml' Willlev I k I'linviisslng for books right« tor th« tlrat unit under the
Mr. ami Mr«. Eldo ■pent Hunds.
J Martin and daughter Mabel went the value of the hill land» for the
FORT KLAMATH, Dee S This
E It 1' Williams mid wife went guvutnmi'iit project
io town Wednesday of la»t week.
From the ex lit Mr Kirkendall«
raising of fruit It lisa been stated
id opplng In Bonanza Monday.
The directors bar- furnished
Charles Andrews and family, who by parties familiar with fruit rais city was visited yesterday by the fa
pressl-ins of the laud owners It 1»
J"IT Willson and wife were In Ilo- evident that at $30 an acre the far with a new study tab for which we
have been living on the Herbert Ar ing that this county has large areas mous glolie trotter, Mr. Mac McDon-
ant ranch since July, have returned along the bills on each side of the ner. of Pretoria, South Afrlca. who
tilers will be compelled to cut their tender our thunks.
Is girdling the world on a wager, the
Campbell brothers killed hogs luut ranches down to so or 4 0 acres a«
The change In the
io their homestead near Olene.
valley where fruit could be grown terms of which require him to visit
Jack Ba »Im < ailed at the home of with success on account of Its pro
1 tlu air«» 1« more than one man can stove makes th« room
Mr. and Mrs. Williams visited at handle and make It pay
John Slade on Wednesday of last tection from frosts. Some fruit has all the capitals of the world and In
terview the rulers and prominent peo
David Campbell's Hunduy
Those who visit«-«! the entertain
The majority of the ranchnr« have
already been grown but hardly
Mrs Haynes and Mrs Purdy are been handling from 1(0 to f>oo si res ment nt our »chemi Wednesday were
Frank Galbraith, who was hurt enough to demonstrate what can be ple of < n< h country. He is almost
vl-ltlng Mrs |(. U, Bussey.
H.turduy by having a horse fall 03 done. The only thing known Is that at the finish of his long bike, having
In the past ami have not b««l> I'.dl) Mi and Mrs. Chus Mack.
complh-d with the conditions of his
Oscar Htewurt, Mr. Gerber's tore- farming over half of their land but Jim. Chas Anderson, Mr
him Is getting along nicely.
fruit grown In Klamath County is
mat», K turned from th« railroad Hun a change will have to be made with J 8 Mills, John Bhepard, John lllb-
Miss Elizabeth Grigsby of Klamath of a far superior quality. Other sec contract to this point and completed
Falls Is visiting st the home of her tlons of the state are Just beginning his tour of Europe. Asia,Africa, South
in the next year as the land un!<■>.« he-rts. Mrs Clarence Harris, Mrs. An
America. Australia and the Philip
Mr. Kimble and Mr McUlasucon properly cultivated will not yield suf na Zinn. Ev«r«tt Kirkendall and Miss
Over on,- bunded troys slid girl« sisters, Meudmnes Grimes and Brown. to realize the value of land tbat will
pines and has visited every state In
passed through the valley on tnslr Ihlen t to pay th« expenses and tho Lcnu Hibbert«
Herbert Arant of Dairy same down grow fruit
in kluuuilh County sn- using G m - m -
w ay to and from Cluar luike dam
Hupt Swan cam« out from town luniks. Isylng asirle soim-tiiiug for >1 on Tuesday to look after bis interest 1 Hillside lands In Western Oregon the Union.
water tight and maintenance
Mr. McDonner is a very fluent talk
Flank Bryant and Leo 11 M'Wli of
In speaking of the matter. Count;. till« Week and by hl» words ot praise •'rainy day.” Is your tu,y or girl in this part of the county.
are now considered superior to bot er and Ills stories of the experiences
t » Falla were up liuntlug Tiiauks- Judge Griffith, w ho 1« also u success and encouiugument Inspired the chil among t bcm'.’ If Hot he ought Io I m -.
C. C. Lewis of Klamath Falls haul tom lands for fruit ami nnt-ralslng
on his long trip were very interesting.
glvltig ut K It (' Williams
md u dollar for a ed a load of hay from the Loosley Recent experiments In the cultivation
ful farmer, said
“With forty aire» dren for better work. The follow He <an have one
His sketch of Interviews with the rul
Mr Black and two sons, of lloran- properly cultivated a man can get ing program was given:
starter, The Iti-publlcan will place to lanch to town Tuesday.
of hillsides has proven that better ers and national characters of the
ta. were up hunting In the valley last along all right blit with 160 acre»
Song............................. By School
8. H and Mrs. Randles spent Satur fruit and more of it can tie raised
his credit in flu- First Tru»t and Hav
countries through which he has trav-
ing« Bank of tin« city one dollar and day In town, and were accompanied than In the lowlands, according to
I do not believe a man c an pay $3.76 j Recitation. Grace Cunningham
eled and of the conditions ot the
James Seaton and Mr Butler « rip a year besides his own expense». Till» ‘ Recitation.......... Leora Hibbert«
Randles' sister, Mrs I men engaged tn the business.
lie can have one of tb**se bank« In home by Mt
countries was most engrossing and
pled 11 cougar lust Wednesday but mean« l«<)0 a year and that Is more
Dialogue Harvest Time........
wiilih to «me hl« nickels and dimes,
“There is no need of ditching or the details would fill volumes, The
tailed to get It
Ray Anderson now puts in his underground draining ot hill lands,"
than one man can pay as he will not
if you will |uiy one year in advance
-trip up to date covers a period of
Mr Burnham was doing business lx* able to get the average us would
Duet. . Don nu and Earl Mack
for tb«* Republican,
There I« ho spare time caring for the stage hors one said, “and the fruit raised on an
three years and one month, and he
lu Bonanza with th« niercliniils last the man with a much smaller tract." I Recitation
ucheme nlroul Ihlx. H I» a Inciuc tide
elevation Is less likely to be hurt by expects to complete his Journey with
Ivan Youug visited the Falls last frost than In the low valleys. This
Other expressions along th« Hame
offer, Yell get lire dollar, the bunk
in eleven months from now.
Wm Pankey wax trading In Bonau- lin« were heard, but It Is th« general
mid the- Republican for our year on Friday.
is the reason hill lands In such coun
The trip to this point Involved con
E. J. Pool has recovered from his ties as Washington, Polk and Yarn
opinion that It will result In the coun
tlu- payment of X2.
We ar« glad to learn that Jatm-a try being divided up Into »mull fu min
. Innina Mack
attack of pneumonia and has gone bill have advanced in value so rap siderable barships as he has to hobo
Malone, of upper Langell Valley. Is with each man owning only as much
to Yonna and Langell Valley« to vis idly within the past few years, and It entirely. Mr. McDonner Is cer
recovering from ills recent (lines«
lillH—Jennie and Calio Iccnblcc
it his son Scy and his daughter, Mrs. I predict tbat the bulk of the fruit tainly to be commended for his grit
land as he can handle, and an a re-
In his undertaking. In the course of
Georg« Noble and family returned suit producing twice the crops he la
H C Cowley.
and nuts raised in Oregon will come an Interview he expressed his delight
from the Royston ranch Saturday
Supt. and Mrs. W. F. Arant have from the hill lands in the near future.
at the open handed hospitality of the
David Campbell la beating all th«
returned from Crater Lake and are
“Vntll recently the bill lands could people of the United States as com
young sports He killed seven g<i<ae j ♦ ♦ ♦«♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦a ♦ ♦ ♦
occupying the Conn house during be bought at $5 to $10 an acre, but
pared with that of Europe and Asia,
at two shots
Address to pupils
MINE PINE ITEMS.
Mils was before their value In fruit and he further expressed his intention
Th« students have purchased a I * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦ ♦ ♦ « | Song by school
T M Cunningham and son Floyd growing was discovered. Even now
basket ball and all are taking n great I Fritl and Charlie Hteeman» went
Mt Icenbl* <• butchered some hog»
were in town Tuesday of last week. such lands are held at low rates in of visiting Crater L&ke and Klamath
Interest In the gam«
C. W. Snow of Langell Valley was the regions remote from railroads, County again before leaving for his
to Klamath Fulls Tuesday with a Saturday
Alex Noble was over to the East load of grain
W T Elliott Is plowing on Ills
down last week with a load of chick but as time progresses, fruit growers home in the Transvaal.
• • • •
side ot Hie valley Saturday getting
and visited at the hom<- of 8. from other states will hunt up all the
Mr. Gifford and family have moved
Harrison Gray, of Dairy, was in
grain ot E It C. Wiliams
to Merrill where Mr Gifford Intends
available hill lands on both sides of
Mr and Mrs I*. <1 Hurt retutnod to d<> carpanter work
nnd Carrie Andrew« took dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Track of Pen the Willamette Valley, and have the valley this week visiting his
Sunday from Klamath Falls, after
dleton are staying at the Grigsby them planted In apple and walnut brother. Collie Gray.
Mr and Mr« (' W Lewis have re Miss Donna Mack Thanksgiving
Richard Melhase went to Klamath
»pending Thankglring with Mr Hurt's cently moved to Mr C Bradley's
Bert Hawkins was In Klamath
ranch for a while.
Falls Monday on business.
ranch, where Mr Lewis Is fe«*dllig
O. B. Bunch returned Wednesday
x< I ichi I house.
Mr and Mrs P N Gunn enter cattle
In our district
His preparation Is town
from a cattle drive to Merrill.
tained a number of friends Thanks-
Mrs C II B««t returned Ina Mon-
Next Sunday, December 6th, is the
The cold, clear weather has fur
gtvlng among whom were Mr and day from visiting friend* nnd rela- Elliott's place getting sonio of Ills
Mr. Cunningham delivered the last wood rack for Jim Grimes.
Eks. Memorial Sunday. This day is nished fine skating.
Mrs Lytle ot Poo Valley
Ilves In Pendleton
observed annually by the members
S. H. King Is building fence fc-
The students body met Frldsy af
Mi ne- Bros are hauling wood from
over the ¿n.
W F Arant went to the Falls Sat town Sunday and returned Tuesday of the B p o Elkg
Lone Pine school closed Nov
ternoon electing Francis Graham a« with a bountiful dinner given In hon Frank Irish's place
Mr and Mrs
- - L. jugj states. There being no lodge of
urday to get one of his horses.
An apology is due the readers of
vie« president and. after attending to or of the teacher. Mr« Lewis Tho: e
J 8 Mills bought a horse of Mrs
Guy and Leo Thomson stopped
the Republican this week but as It
some otucr business, a short llteiary present were
Th.nk.^ivtn«» in are unable to hold the regular Lodge
school Tuesday. They had too far Frank Pool s;>ent Thanksgiving
Mr and Mr« Harry Nlc holni near Bonanza last Week
Is nearly bedtime and we have to
progium was given
Booth. Mr and Mrs Bunnell. Mr nnd
. of Sorrow but they have arranged an wire this in. hence the scarcity.
Several of our boys spent Thanks Mrs Reive, Mr and Mrs <’ W Lew- sagebrush land cleared mid bus start-
Chas Mack butchered • pig Wed- Basil Grigsby.
appropriate program which will be
giving day hunting ducks and g<-,-se its. Mr and Mrs Wni Barks. Mr and «d <>n another ko I ven I con bice Is nesday.
School will begin next Monday un- given in the Presbyterian church on
but sorry to say, the gatn« was too ¡.Mrs. Chat 11« 8te> mun«. Mr and Mr a helping him
IN ( EERY.
The Durkey brothers, who have
next Sunday afternoon at three
shy and most of the hunters returned ¡Allen Bunnell. Mrs Eumnn. Mrs De-
Mr and Mrs John \ Short called been living on the Arant place, have
Dock Pool, Jack Basim and Tru o'clock
It has been demonstrated thia year
with empty bag«
wan, Mrs I. West. Mrs. Gifford. Mrs on Mr and Mrs .I S Mills Sunday, moved to the Lee place for the winter. man Anderson and Frank Pool spent
G. Heltkemper, Jr., E. B. Hall and that Klamath County can raise an
Willis Weber died nt Illg Springs Hist«, Mrs Kila llobley, Mr Ander-
The count; ha« been doing some
Tuesday morning skating on the riv . William Baldwin are the memorial excellent quality of celery, but very
Hotel, Bonnnsn. Thursday morning. xoti. Pink Barks. Walter Entnan, work on 1 lie- road bear here. They
uni : T o RENO.
committee and speaking of the matter few realize the immense protits from
November 2«th. ot dropsy of the Sammy Enmati. Edgar GIIToid. Anna have quit on account of bad weather,
Very favorable reports are received
Jesse Drew of Yonna spent Satur today Mr. Heltkemper said:
this crop whan properly and Intelli
Dan Nichols, who is hauling the | from the Southern Pacific surveyors day night at the home of his grand “Our memorial services will be held
The remain« were Interred Gifford. Fave West, Madelln West.
In tin Bonanza cemetery, by the Odd Annie B<«'be. Gussle Beebe, Gi-rtrude Clear Lake dam freight through this ■who are making the survey from Al mother. Mrs. J. B. Faith.
next Sunday afternoon and I wish
John Sandmeyer, a market garden
Fellows and Ma«ons, Inst Friday
Budd and Harry Kinney are haul you would Inform the public that they er at North Yakima, will make 11500
¡Steeliiana. Eddie Dewan. Cathcleen county says he thinks he will quit turas to Klamath Falls. The crew
Mr Pool, who Is recovering from Dewiin. Venns B ihi G i , Carl llobley. freighting- soon on account of bad is now in the vicinity of Craig's place ing straw between times.
are welcome to assist us. We have to $2000 off of an acre of celerv Chis
: on Pitt River. It was found hnpos-
an attack of pneumonia, came up Carl Barks and Clyde Barks
Dan Lovelady, who has been in arranged the best program possible year. It had been generally conceded
John Shepard «n, n Klamath Falis ! sible to secure the necessary I u per town, went to Poe Valley Tuesday for the proper observance of the day.
from Olene Sunday, to hl« daughter's
Mrs Voss nnd mother. Mr«. Stee-
that the moist bottom land of the
Mrs It <’ Cowley, lie will remain . man», from White Lake City, were visitor Saturday
cent grade from either Blacks or to visit with his father and mother. Bro. H. L. Benson, a member of the
Sound presented the best field for
hen« until he has fully rwovered
Mr. nnd Mrs. Burrell Short and Howard canyons and they are com
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. H. Griffith of Poe Ashland lodge, will be chairman, and profitable celery culture until this
1 visiting Mrs Charlie Steemans last
The guests nt Dis vid Campbell's on Tuesday
daughter Dorothy, went to the Falls pelled to follow the low pass around Valley went to town Monday and re ¡the Elks Tribute to the departed will
year, when Mr. Sandmeyer got the
the base of Timber mountain and turned Tuesday.
The men working on the telephone Saturday.
by taking over some land leased
Mr und Mrs Klikeiiilnll enjoyed I strike Pitt River at the Craig place.
Broon of Barnes Valley, Ed Low Al line arc boarding with Mrs. 8 Booth
I). L Rightler went to town Tues a member of Pendleton.Oregon, lodge to two Japs. W itb an acre produc
bert Patterson, and .Misses Welch and
day and brougui home Borne lumber. of Elks. There are several musical ing 800 dozen head, selling a' 30
There was a dance at Mike Gnhir-
Rankin Turkey, cranberry sauce, nean's home last Friday night Ev of Mr. and Mrs Wells at Maney Bros. ath-Alturas road Is built the present
Billy Stevens ot Bonanza passed on inumbers, consisting of vocal and in cents a dozen at the lowest, Mr. Sand
Nevada, California. Oregon railroad his way from the Falls Tuesday with strumental selections. Mrs. Morgan.
plum pudding and celery were served eryone seemed to enjoy thelrselv«« eamp
meyer thinks he will plant the field
A very pleasant party assembled will bo converted Into a standard a load of freight.
Will Campbell. Eulah Rankin, and
Roy Holt la working on the Gov
Mrs. Zumwalt. Miss Applegate, Miss to this crop another season.
.it the home of Mr and Mrs. Brooks gtiage road and thus make a through
Edward Mcliroon attended the dunce ernment telephone linos
Mr. Revenue, who Is working for Nickerson and the Rev. Geo. T. Pratt
Sunday evening Vocal and Instru- line from Klamath Falls to Reno. Ne the Midway Tel. and Tel. Co., came have kindly offered to assist us in
nt Bonanza Thursday evening T hey
FOR SALE: A fine stock ranch
remained to attend the funeral of Mi nlng on an a Xmnn tree In their new mental music was enjoyed, Those vada. connecting with tho Southern out from town Sunday with a load parrying out our intentions to in some of 3000 acres with abundance of
Mrs Pointer. Dorris Pnrllc’s main line to the east.
Webber, returning Friday evening
of new phones to be installed in this way fittingly observe the day set apart water and enough timber for the
school house. Mrs Sarah Lewis. Miss
Mrs Loyd. Fred
The building of the road ftom valley.
to the memory of our Absent Broth ranch. Twelve miles from Klamath
The Ready Made House Company Gusslc Bedie and Harry Booth were Ramsey, Mt and Mrs. E. E Kirken- Klamath Falls to Alturas and the
Oscar Anderson has turned nurse! ers. Remember we will be glad to Falls, About 500 acres fine plow
has the right for the state of Oregon, olscted as a commute»- for collecting dall. Mr. and Mrs . Brooks. Miss changing ot the present narrow gnage
and is caring for J. M Cox.
have the public generally attend these land; the balance meadow and pas-
and II la surprising the Interest that funds.
Brooks and brother. and'Mark Loyd. Into a standard road will give this en
Jim and Brownie" are thinking services "
ture. The ranch controls 3000 acres
Is being manifested In these buildings
Mr Harris and Mr. Bennett are tire section direct connection with the of running opposition to Mr. McClure
of open range.
In other counties In tho state. A Morrill to the Hopkins t.uoli. whl< li making post« to fence Mr. Harris' east by Reno. It certainly would in the butcher business They killed
Miss Helen Willlard expects to Terms easv.
MASON & SLOUGH,
largo number of requests have been he now hSH rent< d
two hoxs Tuesday.
make Klamath Falls her home this
Wm. and Pink Barks have com-
Mike Galantean went to Klamn'h
received fiom all sections of the state,
<ame here from Texas.
Country and Klamath Falls. This
The .1. R. Watkins man is around winter and engage In nursing.
o purchase tho right for certain coun Falla Wednesday after n loud of him
Mis Newton of Ashland Is visiting city would then bo on the main line stocking folks with his goods
with her daughter, Mrs. Short.
between Portland and San Francisco
Oscar Campbell of Lorella went to
Isanc Shepard ha« moved to the and also have this other connection the Falls Sunday.
¡Early Arant place
with the east, It would lie in touch
F W Broadsword, the hardware
W F Irani ha« brought his hors with all of the markets In the I'nited man of Bonanza, went home Tuesday
es down from near Crater Lake where States.
from the Falls with a load of freight.
he litis in < n piiHttirlng them this sum-
One of the government workmen
on the Tule Lake outlet reports a
HI ILI» HOSPITAL,
The county has put up a building very peculiar Incident relative to the
If present plans are carried out
over thi-lr grader on the Mills place. disappearance of the water In the
Mr. Anderson from near Olene. ground The big hole dug by the men >ne of the greatest needs of the city
hauled 11 loud of potatoes to town which Is JOO feet long and 20 feet J will be filled and Klamath Falls will
deep was lilted with water and then have a modern hospital for the proper
.lack Horton went to Bonanza the the channel conveying the water Was accommodation and care of the sick
last of the week.
stopped up After the ditch was bank and injured.
Mrs. Van Brimmer is now having
Early Arant wont to Dairy Satur ed up a large number of fish were no
be a “wise one" and watch my stuck, as it conics in.
ticed In the opening. The water plans made for a large two story
W. F. Arant has come down from quickly sank Into the ground and an building to lie erected on her property J
1 lave me lay aside these little things that make nice
Crater Luke National Park and mov examination was made but no signs on Seventh street, which Is to be fit
ted with all the modern equipment}
ed on the Conn pltfce,
of the tlsh were found.
Alva Beals, fisslsted by two drivers,
It has been supposed that the for necssary for the care of the sick. |
My stock will be more complete than ever be
took a herd of cattle to Merrill Mon mation of 1 h<' ground was a sort of The hospital if built will be open to I
porous nature and was capable of all the physicians in the city. A
fore, and there will be plenty for all, yet, the early
Mi Icenbiee and son Calio are put absorbing only a certain amount of thoroughly equipped operating room
ting a new fence in between Ills place water. There are several small holes will be one of the important features.
bird will get the cream,” so it behooves von to profit
A hospital Is on thing that this
nnd Mr. Cuzer's.
In the rocks and earth and from the
by doing your shopping early.
Mr McClure delivered meat In dlsuppearunee of the fish it Is believed city Is In great need of At present
that these lead to larger openings in physicians here are very loath about
The usual remark: "It's such a job to buy ( hrist-
Chas. Adums. Ft nnk Irvin und Jas the ground, und the old theory ot an attempting any difficult operations
mas Gifts.” Let us do the bothering. Let us suggest
Hull are hauliug wood.
underground opening has been again unless absolutely neecssary, on ac
count ot the lack ot proper facilities
Clarence Harris Is digging his po revived
and give us the pleasure of showing you everything
Another Indication that would lead tor the cure ot the patients. It is
Jack Copeland of Fort Klu mat h to this belief is the (act thut while stated that Mrs. Van Brimmer has
nice for this great event.
hud some nt I ruction near here Stin the first opening made Is only ten received encouragement from all of
feet distant from the one made by the medical profession and It 1» her
Barton Burnett la gi ubblng sage- the government, when the water was Intention to commence building In
Our tint tt yum do SI r*s furor tad tuUt a too*
turned In none of It seeped through the very near futur
brush this week
Mr. Andrews moved to Olene Mon- to the original opening but all disap
day Tommy Short helped him niove peared through the bottom of the
the household goods.
hole. It Is probable that a tunnel will
Early Arant drove a cow to the be made In the bottom of the open
Parties wishing sagebrush land 1
Henry Conn place Tuesday.
ink to discover If there Is not some cleared call on or write.
Wm. Slickville, agent for the ,1 R underneath caverns In which the wa
W W. MARTEN,
| Watkins Cbmpany, Is taking order» ter disappears.
Klamath Falls. Ore.
Although It Is
a Little Early
HE1TKE M PER’S
for "Quality Jewelry”