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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1909)
♦ • ♦ fumigated and gelling ready for bls
ii vm ikeiih to hi ii , i >.
♦ fuiiilly to IU0VU In.
DuilKlB. ApiU 2 i. Frank Put- •*••**♦••*••*♦♦•*
I'lnk Bulks bus returned to his
On« of th« greatest improvement
<>r«uu, *i.u »s» cup.uiuil ua tuo UAMil i
to Main street property Io the vicin
HlU WUIUU i
wuu set oli luu
Mr. Hluuiuan transacted business Ity of the postofllce la ità! conlem-
| In a load of dried trull lids weua.
wiucaoU li.u tuuuel
in Merrill Wednesday.
plated by Roy Hamaker. Tbe Ha-
b i luu, uigul, wuu
U ülUHtil Ho was accompanied by bls uluco
Ed Allun look a load of posts to maker estate is the owner of the
ill UulIgU llul UH LU h H Ml MUIlid UM ' uud nephew, wLo are looking over Mr. Htueman's Wednesday,
entire blot k on Mulu street opposite
th« valley with a view to locating
pl’ MU ÜUI
Mrs. Wrlgbt visited Mrs Bark« tho poslofiico. This block Is al pre»-
Mr. McClure I as Just finished this week.
UllU ,U4 ,
Luu uu UtloiUuy to
cut occupied by one office building
sumo aagu brush ground.
lie muil uu uuu uu luuuvj uud Luuid
A family by Ibo name of Hmlth and several residences, but the prop
Mr. Wustfall from Mauuy Bros.' has recently moved to Fred Bues- erty Is on thfe side of tbo bill aud
uul gut uuy uuu to Uli iur AslUA.
1 uiur biui uutu, lOlUUiUll ua thu camp visited the Falls Hatuiday.
ranges from ten to fifteen feet above
tuuuel WUIU, WUH luu liiat WAIUV44.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Htucklo pass'd the grade of the street.
Judge Short rod« to tbo Falls last
Hu said i.e l.ud uuiy MUUWU Muid Sunday.
through Lone Pin« this week on
If pei mission can be obtained
Frau a Petersou lor uuuut lurue
from th« city council for the build
Mr. Dorvan has finished discing their way to tho metropolis.
wu«««, or wuiiu Puiursuu bud buuu und bus now comuiuucud harrowing
Mr. Ilunnoll Is hauling grain troni ings to be removed temporarily, the
umpioyoil la tbo tuuuel. That Pulur-
W. Jorcy's place.
east half of the block fronting on
Our valley has been thu scene of
suu was lu ll.e tuumii suvuial tluivs
Main street will be excavated to a
luduslry for tbo past twu weeks. Tbu
lust ovuuliig bothering the uinu uud I went bur bus been fine and llxi (arm fence around his orchard to keep the level with th« street. O. B. Gatos
that bu (Hturbuck) bud ordmud him | <irs bavu about
oomplolvd thulr rabbits put. Bunny found bls way of tbo Midway Telephone aud Tele
In. and Mr. llurks failed In the pain graph Company baa offered to lake
uul ativurul times, und bud oven lui iprlug seeding.
ful nueoaslty of sending tho unfor- a contract for removing tho dirt,
bliu out uud told bliu tu gu to Ilio
Bob Buuucl) bas ootnplotud hla luuaio rubbit to rabbits' heaven.
catup uud uul come buck to Iho
which he wishes to use In grading
discing on bls ranch, which adjoins
Saul Combs was hauling lumber tbelr portion of the street in front
Thu iiext witness uun Robert Cox, thu school house.
of the officii on Klamath street, and
Mr. Beebe is much Interested In
Mr. Ward I« again out on hl» also for filling In the lot. If permis-
th« «team «hovel ouglneer, who tes
tified tl.at Polornou bud mudu reading "Thu Ductor" by Ralph Con ranch, Mr. Ward wont to th« Palis, •lon can be obtained from the city
liireuts to bliu uud ollie: a uboul bow uor. Thure aru u number of very where hu I ad been confined to the the contract will be made and work
ho uus going to tuudi off the "cheap I luturustlug books lu tbu truvollng bouse with thu measles.
will comm* nee at once.
The ditch mon ram« to board
Johu outfit ¡"that after tho expluslou library, which Is kept at Mrs. Kirk-
With this 1 alf block graded to a
Any poison desiring to with Mrs. Chui. Sloe man Thursday, level with the street. It would make
ho (Cox), with itulph Do Quine, tbo londall's.
Jo« Dervan bluestoned wheat at a wonderful Improvement In the ap
mast >r iuuchuu<c, wvru coining 'read thu books should apply to Mrs.
uvor to tho camp at about 10 o'clock ' r*lrk«ndall,wlio will explain the usom tho Ilunnoll ranch Wednesday.
pearance and valuo of the property.
aud tuet Peterson, who told them und rules of thu library association.
With the good work started, other i
< HANGE IN HI.IIVK E.
that there bad beet: u big «xploiluu Tbo books may bo taken out ou Bun
property owners on tbo upper side of!
lu the tunnel and tliut about half u day and kept twu weeks, und If uec-
the street would sue tbo benefit and '
Since Project Engineer W. W. would probably follow the example.
doxeu men w<>ru killed, that Peter* oeiury may bu renewed for two
Patch ansumod charge of this Pro Thia grading of tbo Hamaker prop- '
uuu said bo KUOam d bn would gel weeks more.
Mrs. Bt'ldln baa her incubator ject somewhat of a reorganization erty is tho first step In arrangements'
about six mouth« for II, but that
when ho got out they would havu a running and »lie <>xpe< la lo rulan uas taken place In thu administration for tho construction of a modern I
of the affairs of the H'-rvlee. Hereto offlco and store building which will
chickens for tbo murket.
drluk on it.
Those having thulr names on th« fore certain departments reportod to be built on tho corner of Main and
Julin Yost «aid Peterson was one
ot thu first lu arrive nt tho tunnel Roll of Honor for tho past month tho Hupervl.'.lng Engineer direct. Third.
The decision on building
after thu uxpluslou, und assisted him for being neither lardy or abtent Now evurytflng paaaes before Mr will be made <ia soon as Chas. Ila-
Gertrude Stooinan, Anna Patch, ard by Mtn Is Hunt on to his maker, one of the heirs of the estate,
(Yost) tu thu uiuchliioshop, a* bo wore:
On« of tho case« 1« that returns from San Francisco.
had received Injuries uud could llneb«, Catbelocn Dervan. Venus superior.
of th« department of operation and
Booth and Gussin Boobe.
scarcely vs Ik
Mrs. Booth and Mr«. Iloebo wore maintenance. In charge of W. H.
Peterson was bound over to the
ITUM.RI^H ON PROJECT.
Holleman Mr. Hollmun now reports
superior court at Yreka by Judge Morrill visitors last Tuesday.
Mr. Erman visited bls bomeatuad to Mr. Patch Inatccd of to Mr. Hop
Buras, after being placed under
A copy of tho Reclamation Record
ton. This will result In expediting
April has Just been recolved by
Mr. Ingraham has bls sage brush the mutter« that must be dealt with
Deputy Hherfff Hatch cam« to
.hla office. In Its report of the work
Dorris and took Peterson to Yreka,
m the Klamath Project. It states
Mr Mat noy. Hob Bunnell aud Jim •v» of more satisfactory results,
arriviug there this morning.
that 37 per cent of the entire pro
The explosion did (5000 damage
is completed. During the month
Miss Gussin Boldin of Merrill natters pertaining to the control and
to tho long tunnel of thu California
following contracts were com-
Northeastern railroad, near here, spent ten days on her homestead nanagoinent of tho Klamath Project pleted: Maney Bros., schedules 1,
and Injured avvau mon. Twoaty-Ovo
j 2 aud 3, South Branch Canal; W.
men. working In the tunnel, wuro trees and had Homo sage brush clear
i II. Mason, schedules 4, 5, 6, 7 and
saved by a steam shovel between ed. Ml»« Beldln returned to Merrill IEDI'1 ED RATEN TO SEATTLE. 8, South Branch Canal; Campbell &
them und tho explosion.
Huffman, South Branch Canal flume.
Mr. Kirkendall wu In our district
The Southern Paciflc announces The lining for South Branch Canal
RAILROAD REAl HEH MIDLAND.
that tickets will bo on sale at Kla was completed by force account,
Charley Ixswls, our genial school math Falls for tho Paciflc-Yukon Ex-
The lateral system under the first
The track crew rorchod Midland at clerk, la planting potatoes.
I>< sltlon front M; ;■ 25 to September unit of the project la now 87 per
The Government crow has now 30. inclusive Tickets limited to two
niMiu Tuesday with tho rail».and thus
, cent completed.
compie.cd thu laying of tho truck fur oomploted tho beadgates In Mr. months from dato of sale.
Tho telephone line along the South
tho railroad across the tnnrsU This
(limit not to exceed October 3!.
| Branch and Adnuis Canals has b»en
bus been tbo tnost difficult piece of
As the train will not be In opera I comph ted to Adams Point.
Tho well drilling outfit Is putting
work yet encountered by tho track down a well for C. W. !x*wlt
tion to Kinmath Falls until about 1 total length of line built this year
laying crow, ou account of tlio con
A silver sugar shell wm
at tho middle of May,the exact rate can ' over the. system Is about eighteen
dition of the grad« and tho difficulty ’,ono I’fno school house ov
not he give, but It will be one regu . nil les.
In > curing men. It 1« said that Fore tl>o Institute. If tho ownor
let lar 30 day faro to Portland, plus
Tbo pumping plant on the marsh
man Mr.illn Dillon of Hie track gang Mr« Kirkendall, tho teacher, know. $7.50 for the round trip to Seattle. demonstration farn. las been op
discharg'd Ofty men In two day«. A It will bo roturned.
Tils makes It simply ono faro for erated continuously throughout the
li iui I e.u to work In order to hold u
round trip to Portland with the month. Surfaco water I as been re
Ed Allen and daughter, Lotti'*, nro
job under Dillon, aud on ill: account moving to Clai Stenman'« ranch, addition ef 17.50, which Is the round mov d from this tract and test wells
11 > crew has been roducud during tho Lott Io will bo one of Lone l’ino'« trip rate frotn Portland to H attle. are now being dug to study the con
pati week from 150 m n to lei» than scl ool girls.
dition« for undor ground drainage.
Two en k Ine« with ballasting
Swift and Company announce that Tho weather during the month has
tley plan to begin actual packing
crews I nve been following tho alcol
Faye West andNrIta Dieken attend operations tn tl cir n'*w plant at been favorable.
gang, und tlm track will b.i ready for
e<| church ai Spring luike Sunday. Portland In July.
This brings to
heavy travel In a few day«.
Mr. and Mis Harry Booth wont tho surface the necessity for the
Capt. J. M. McIntire arrived In the
tilth tbo track across the marsh
It will be a v i) i.lincilo mailer to to county seat Wednesday, and while farmers of Oregon to raise more city Saturday from Ix>s Angeles.
The (hero purcl ased n new cook Htovo. hog». Pigs can bo raised until they
complete It to Kin ninth FulH.
Mrs. Geo. Jury and Mrs. Cnrl Rob- nro three months old on vetch or
engiueiT» alate t! at thia will tnke
about a week. Tbo grade from Mld- elv vlilt'd with Mrs. Dervan Wed other roughage atpractically no ex
pense other tian for pasturag*. A
land to Klmnnth Falls li solid and nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tallman and daugh fat 200 pound hog In I’ortland today
nono of the difficulties nc ITO i«
tho mnr«li will bo encountered, As ter«. Mnggio and Bessie, were at tbo Is worth $15.50 cash. livo
T.-_. Pumps Water, linns
tho balla«tlng is done nearly nn fa <t Falls Wednesday. Tho girl« have Tbo packers will have • to get a
as tho track Is put down, it will recovered from an attack of the supply must they send I the money
Chops Feed, Etc.
put th« railroad Into tM« city ready measles, and Maggio will return to for the bogs to Nebraska, or will we
I school Monday.
ralso them In Oregon’
State jronr needs.
for operation early In May.
rite for catalog. 11 tsntion pa;>«r
i llervoy Ileldfn Is now living on his
Cbns N Moyers has moved to Mrs F.l'mm, MORSE A Co.
Rl 't lore returned Inst homestead.
GEM INK FAlKHAMxH HCULKK. W1NDM1I I*»
George Jory Is »ponding a few Moyers' homestead on the Port Kla Ornam.va.
Tuesday from Oakland, Cal, where
Motor». OasoHne Engi’»-*«. 8f*atB Fu»ps, Bol>r»
»In"*« FaedCtMynnu-rn.WlB- ml HPnntD«.P< p*F1tfin«a,A«
aho bus been spending tho .winter.
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