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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1908)
L. J. MURRAY, Editor.
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♦ tails the purchase of laud from the
FitRI KLAMATH NNWa
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In piivuie ownership uudor a govern
inout project may l>e cuu.-ildoi ed by
muuy settler* u* baring material ad
T J Jackson came in last Thur* tautugv over homestead eutrle* ou
day wltli the' machinery lor his shin public land, M*. for Instnuce, the Ulofe
uapid acqulrviueul of title, though
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
tlie waler right obligation* are the
David Noah I- building a
In botli cases. A pertuu pur
for the railroad surveyors,
All communications submitted for publication in the columns of this
chasing land from a prlvaio owuei at
paper will be inserted only over the nan of the writer. No non de plume iahed it on Sunday
ouce establishes suflicieut title to ub
articles will l> published
L liessig returned Sunday after tain some credit ul tlie loeul stoics.
a ten days' absence
Such a condition I* not possililu In
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< oi i: i \o.hii R\>
J. U' McCoy went Io the Fnll* hoaresivudlug.
I.OIU I.I.A NEUS NOTES,
♦ Sunday on business
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Klamath Fall* I* at present the
Judge Noland Wednesday afternoon
it acts more like spring in Fort
declared a recess until January 4. It
Thomas Culprit has returned to Klamath than the last of December, principal ton u in the basin, aud Is
tlie couuly seat of Klamath Couuty !
is expected that when the Circuit Klamath Falls.
it is breakiug up under foot and the It I* ti tow# of jatiu Inhabitants, hast
Court resumes in January it will be
WL.Iam Devaul klll«-tl two cougars
a number ol rubstiintlal homes, and
gin a busy session which will con
snow is going fast.
one day last week.
sume nearly the entire omnth. The
Tlie dance Xmas »»■ i great sue is well located, having on one abb j
Mr. Wildy has returned to hi*
Hie Link River with it* water-power
Grand Jury will also meet again at
Very neatly everyone iu the
homestead after a brief absence
possibilities, and a lake froutage on
that time and there are a large num
Henry Duncan amt son. Will, went valley was there, aud their baskets betli Ewauua and Upper Klamath ]
ber of cases to be considered Some
to Bonanza Thursday.
were filled with good things to eat lakes Numerous addition* have been |
action will have to be taken on the
Florence Boggs Is visiting Mrs
liquor and gambling cases and if in-
' The dance la.-ted until nearly tnorn- platted to tiiv older portion of the |
Cline for a few days.
di< intents are found it will mean the
Um Welch, of Yonna Valley, at ' Ing
or near the town limits, and mi ade
longest term of Court that Klamath
T. J. Jackson
tended our Christmas tree last Fri
quate water supplv foi municipal aud
County has had for some time.
since his return
a hen domestic use ts derived from pure
Arguments were heard Wednesday
Miss Myrtle Brown »1- present at house for Chas 5
void springs loca'ed w.tliln the city
in the tase of the Oregon A- California
our Christmas tret*.
Mrs Lee Denton left Monday morn limits.
Land Company vs. Klamath County
Work has been closed dow u at
Several Churches hr« represented,
This was a suit growing out of an in
iug for her home in Central Point
Clear Lake for the w inter.
among them being the .M<>tUodl«t,
junction restraining the county from
The stockmen of this valley have Her brother is very ill and Is uot ■ x Baptist, Presbyterian, Catholic und
selling the company 's land for tuxes.
gathered their cattle and are feed peeled to live.
Christian Science. All of these ex
The case was settled out of Court
the Christlau Science own build
and a motion for dismissal was grant
We hate had some very cold nigl ts1
sleighing lust Sunday, as the snow mg'
Thos. Drake represented the
the last two »wks. the thermometer
The town Is supplied with electric
Land Company aud C. F. Stone the
was going fast and It wus their last
hovering around »ero.
lights, a tire pro*<*ctlon department,
Our Christmas tree at the school chance.
and telephone ay xteiu*. For Irt lgu- j
In the suit of J. G. Pierce vs. H L.
house Christmas eve was a success
J. M Copeland left Monday for tion use# a government canal occu
Aldridge judgment was allowed by
in every way.
Teeters Lauding, where he is going pies one of tbe higher terrace# of the I
default, Tbos. Drake appeared tor
Mr. Abbeloos returned from the to w oik
tor the J M McIntire Tians town and furnishes adequate wale i
Falls last Thursday.
supply for luwns and garden*. Th*
A decree was granted in the case
port at ion Company.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N Gunn w. re
town i* In greater part naturally ,
of Eugene Spencer vs F. L. Wright
among the guests at tile Christmas
being built In fact, on a aer
et ux. F. H. Mills represented the
ies of slope* which reach down to its
H G Shidler was doing business
lake and river frontages.
Charles Walker, who was indicted
in Klamath Falls last week
Klamath Falls ha« excellent com
for stealing cattle, was arraigned and
Miss Mattie Brown is spending ra
mon school* and churches. Tlie pri
pleaded not guilty
He was notified
cation with her parents ou tiu west browu sugar, a cupful of cold water mary school of the town I* u new
Drop In and let us show you w list wi have
that he would be called to appear be
and a tablespoonful of vinegar. Bring
side of the valley
native sund-stone building, completed
fore the Court after it met agaiu in
Miss Welch is spending the Holi
stir after It is once heated
Boll In 1906 at a cost of over |3u,UU0 '
days with her brother and his family
steadily. and when a little of it drop The Couuty High School building I*
in Yonna Valley.
Opposite City Mall
AND KLAMATH AVE
BASKET BALL GAME*.
ped into cold water forms a hard itali built of brick and native atone, it
C. G Hunt and family aud Geo F
take it from the fire. Beat »tiff the
(Cline and wife visited Mr. and Mrs
The toys of the Klamath County
whites of two eggs aud when the sir about 140.000. and Is large enough
Boggs Christmas day
High School believe that they have
up has stopped bubbling pour in on for a number of yeurs In the future.
Harold and Ivan Kilgore wont, to
Among the fraternal orders es
a winning basket ball team and are
th>-se and beat well. When it begins
Bonanza Thursday to attend the big
tablished may be mentioned Masons, j
now making arrangements to play
Odd Fellows. Knights of Pythias.
some of the leading schools in Rogue |
1 Albert Patterson, of Botianza. was fui of chopped nut kernels- -hickory Woodmen and Workmen, with ladles'
River and Willamette Valleys. This
| in the valley last week and attended
auxiliaries to several of theso.
year’s team is composed of the same
¡the Christmas exercises at our school, paper or turn into a greased pan and
Klamath Falls Is destined to be- 1
members which constituted the cham- i
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson were visiting mark off in squares aud triangles.— come a town of several thousand In- ,
pion team last year and with only:
on the west side of the valley Christ-
a slight improvement over last win
"Divluily" Fudge—Il.dl together habitants. It has abundant and cheap *
mas and were present at the Xmas
ter they are bound to carry off some
cupfuls of granulated sugar, power for the running of mills, and I
of the prizes and those who have seen
one cupful of maple sirup, one cupful is surrounded by excellent agricultur
Mrs. Penny is very low Aith pneu
al areas. Tbe lumber business Is at
their playing this year profiounce
monia and is not expected to live. of water and a tablespoonful of vine present the principal Industry, the
them sure winners.
Mrs. R. C. Cowley is taking car of,
A tour will be made the latter part
dropped in cold water and then add .town having two mills /ot material
*<ze The town Is a gateway by which
of January when teanys from the fol
Albert Patterson must be pretty I a teaspoonful of vanilla and take the great timber belt to the north
lowing cities will be played: Yreka,
While this mixture
well acquainted with the road be- from the fire.
Ashland, Grants Pass, Medford, Rose
a cupful of gran- may easily be reached. The rugged
ween Loreila and Bonanza, as he !
burg and Cottage Grove.
have been put mountains and natural wonderland
travels it every Sunday and often
Another local team is being orga
over the fire In another saucepan, of tbe Crater Ijke region contiguous
I during the week.
nized in the city to play against the
with a half-cupful of cold water, and to Klamath Falls bespeak for It u
Will and Oscar Campbell and Ed
High School team for practice. This;
McBroom attended the Christmas boiled until the mixture spins a growth. Tbe district undoubtedly will I
will be called the White Star* atlcr
thread from the tip of a spoon, This
ball at Bonanza.
last year's team and will be composed
should at this stage be beaten up i rapidly develop into one of numerous '
A Christmas dinner was given at
summer resorts abounding in all the
of members of the school and boys
George Copeland's Christmas day. with the stiffly-whipped whites of attractions such places commonly re
from town. Bonanza claims to have
;Those present were; Mr. and Mrs
a strong team and it is probable that
Stewart and first preparation, which should by
Mattered over tbe project area are
a game will be arranged in the very |th<?
now have cooled slightly. Beat the
Beautiful line of Cut Glass, that has no rival, in various pieces.
______ .______________ , Nellie and
two hard until they begin to stiffen. the towns of Merrill, Keno, Bonanza,
Solid Silver Flat Ware and Novelties.
'Charlotte Stewart, and Roy Abbeloos
and Dairy. The town of Merrill Is
The members of the High School
Rogers' "1H47" Flat Ware and Quadruple Hollow Ware in beau
I . Miss Zella Bussey, who is teach when turn in two cupfuls of chopped second In size in the district. This,
team are: Carlyle and Vincent Yaden,
tiful new design*.
ing the Upper Poe Valley school. Is
town I* situated Jn the Tule Lake val '
Erwin Rolfe, Garret VanRiper and
TMERHOS HOI TLES--They keep thing* hot or cold a*
up to spend vacation with her par
ley, ¡0 miles from Klamath Fall*
Will Hum. Those who witnessed the
wish. Red Hot 24 hours, ice cold 72 hours. Don't make
ents and attended our Christmas tree.
exciting games last winter will know
any difference where they are.
Hea-Foam Fudge (Chocolate) — Merrill ha* a fine frame school build
F and L.
what to expect when thia team gets
Fine line of gold and gold filled giswl» in Collar Pins, Brooch«*,
Put over the fire in a clean saucepan ing, church, brick bank building, a
into action. With the exception of
festoon Neck Chains, Lockets, Watches and Chains.
one cupful of light brown sugar, a flour mill, creamery and other town
nece; altles. A transmlsaion line tz
Will Hurn the team is comparatively
Gold Glasses, Speck*. Smoked Gla**es, Eye GI bm Reel» and
a light one, but it was demonstrated ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦O acupful of grated chocolate and toll building to thia town to furnish elec- >
last year that the game is to tbe
( have a stock of umbrella covers in fine silks, Umbrella's cov*
without stirring until it spins a trie light and other power.
Tbe town of Bonanza ia at the!
ered while you wait.
swift and not the strong. The citi
Our Xmas tree and program were I thread from the point of a spoon
juncture of Yonna and I.angell Val-1
CALKINS SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PENS; lhe Right Writers.
zens of Klamath Falls would very J a great success, Mr. Santa Claus was I Have beaten stiff the white of an egg;
ey, 22 ml'e# from KI. n ath Fails and
You can select a ix ai.tiful gift from these lines, Give
much like to see another series of! very liberal to all this year,
inc the pleasure
Why pour the boiling mixture upon it and about the erne distance from Merrt'*.,
of a call before you purch t te. No trouble to show the goods.
games arranged to be played at
stir until it begins to stiffen
shouldn't he be, as sleighing is ex-
| onanza ,' ih « a number of wonderful I
from a spoon on waxed paper in lit-!
cellent? He wasn't as jolly as us- I tie bonbons, or pour into a greased pure, cold springs In the center of,
ual; perhaps the weather was too I pan before it begins to stiffen and the town; It ha* a 115.000 brick
school building, church, bank, flour I
mark into squares with a buttered
■illl run by electric power, creamery,
A number of young people of Gale knife.— Delineator.
business houses, and is installing an
TORONTO, Ont., Dec. 23.—The attended the big Xmas ball at Mer-
electric lighting system.
The climate of the Klamath Basin
marriage of Tom Longboat, the long fill Some of them went in sieighs.
♦ is semi-arid and in the main'favor
distance runner, to Mis- Mariacle, a That's the way to go. Now is the
♦ able. Tbe ruiiifail occurs largely In
Mohawk maiden, will take place here time for sleigh rides, We had better
♦ be winter months,and averages about
Monrnx C omfort
By W. H. Ifeilcman.
♦ fourteen Inches annually. Snow falls
tomorrow. It was planned to have make the most of it now for it won't
M oukka 11: PiucKS
I'. S. Reclamation Hervlce.
♦ in winter, though no extreme periods
the wedding take place on the Btage' last very long,
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ of cold weather occur. The ther
at Masey Hall, but the Bishop of I Charles Whitlatch and sister, Neva
The Klamath Project has sufficient mometer has registered at zero but
the Anglican Church refuged to sane- | were absent from Sunday school.
few times In tbe past fifteen yerfrs
ly progressed In the building of its
tion the appearam e of a minister of Not over the Xrnas dance, I snppoi
Tbe summers are generally pleasant
the denomination in an affair of thej
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hobbs have been Irrigaflcm system to Invite settlement with uniformly coo) nights The close
kind, arid therefore the wedding will »•'siting for several days with ^V. H. In a large way. The lands of this proximity of the basin to surround
The Tonrlst Hciulquartcrs
of Coltiinbiu Vnlley
project were largely in private owner ing highlands causes occasional late
be solemnized in the church.
Della Garbing, Louis Tolle and ship before the time the Reclamation frosts in the spring and sometimes
ENGAGF. ROOMS EARLT
sister, Audrv, took dinner Sunday at Service began its comprehensive rather early fall frosts.
FOR THE ALARKA-
BIG SII’PLY O1 ICE.
The Southern Pacific Company Is
I W. H. Todds.
scheme of" irrigation development.
A. 8. NORTON. M.n«r<w
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Parrish and Previous to the entrance of the gov constructing a new line on the Shasta :
Bert Hall has just completed put
Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Anderson visited ernment into this field, two small pri ly to Klamath Falls, -'ibis line Is|
ting up about 4 87 tong of ice, all of'
.Sunday with E. E. Ivies.
vate irrigation districts existed on the ' finished to the town of Cnlor and i eliools and place* of worship, and from Klamnth Falls nud become ultt-
which was taken from the Upper1 Rev.
L. M. Anderson and Mr. and project and the nucleus for farm set ! stages connect from this point over i are awaiting only the larger develop ! mutely the main lino between Smi
Lake and Is of exceptionally good' Mrs. J. W. Taylor spent Christmas tlement and town building was al good road with the Klamath Lak< ment which must follow the di veiop
Francisco mid Portland. Klnninth
quality, Mr. Hall has been taking I i with W. Hills.
ready established. Upon the advent landing. From the landing n steam meat of irrigation.
Fulls will bo about midway between
Mr. Whitlatch wag busy butchering of the Reclamation Service, adjust er makes dally runs to Klamath Falls.
contracts from various parties about ;
Francisco and Portland, the dis
The project Is uspe< lally free from
hogs ail day Saturday. ii. F. Tolle ment was made of existing water The railroad Is continuing to build
tance to each port being about 350
town and still has several of these ■
| butchered Tuesday.
rights in the district, and land in pri from Calor and during 1908 will be
and high winds, so commonly present miles from the Klamath Basin.
to fill, but the warm weather has; Fred Brewster took
dinner and vate ownership was subscribed to the completed to within ten miles of the
In arid districts, are never In evi
softened the ice so that ft will notlHp<.rt Sunday afternoon with H. F. project, in accordance with the terms project lands.
The other towns at present are In
of the Reclamation Act. At the pres
keep. He is now waiting for another I Tolle,
bage, etc., wanted by the Monarch
It Is generally understood Hint thli Mercantile Co.
ent time there is but little land in most Instances small centers of trade
spell of zero weather whidh will en
We pay CASH for
able him to complete the harvest.
tf the project open to homestead entry, Some of them have mills, excellent now brtanch will be extendend north'them . Bring them to us.
Seo Ady for marsh lard«.
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
ide a rd M| Inasv'w<‘ul
Saturday on busi news
We have moved our Stock into ¿i
larger building where we are now
able to meet all demands in
Furniture and House Furnishings
aüVMK. " PORTLAND