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GREAT HIGHWAY I
RECEPTION FOIL HEIDEL
RAILROAD DAY WAS FITLY CELEBRATED
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 17, 1909
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LEADING PAPER OF
HOI I HERN OREGON
WILL OPEN LA N IM
IN FoKEHT RESERVES
Wiley and WII mmi Will Play Final» to
An Informal reception wbh given
Dec kfe- Uhkh Will Make Fight
Eagiarrr Fur Arie rica'» Appian
reived tro m Congressman W. C. Haw*
Way I« Here ( cinf.-rring With
partinant of Agriculture There were
Mrmlcerw of <'<»mnii»ai<>n
The wet weather Interfered somo-
forts to have the agricultural lands
pruent Dr J M K« m « d « of M«’dl<«rd,
with the second annual tennis
Engineer lleldcl of the Depart Judge Baldwlu and L. F. Willits of
tournament, although the prelimin
ment of Agriculture arrived in the tho Crater latke Road CooiuiUklon,
ary games were all played and It ia
Committee on Agriculture,
city Munday night Mr llrldel is the Miveial of the directors ot the Cham
that the finals
engineer who will huve charge of the ber of Commerce, County Judge Grif
Washington, D. C,
s«l«*ctlon and laying out of the Crater fith. ColumUsloner H T Sumiuers ENJOYABLE WEATHER ADDED TO PLEASURE
June 2, ]»0».
In the preliminary sets, beat tww
Ijdie rond through the forest rsservs. und a few prominent citizens.
The Republican, Klamath Falls, Ore.:
Mt of three, W. J. Barclay won from
The members of the Crater 1-ak«
The purpose of the meeVog was to
Wlddoes; C. ,M. Snow won from
Road Comnilstlon were eluted to allow Engineer Heide) to get a« Parade Was Attractive Feature—Barbecue and Water a member of Congress I have been >'■
urging that all lands suitable
i-.ki. a for Jarclay; Wiley won from Snow and
mart In thia city Tuesday, hot ss qualnted with some of lhe officials
homeateadK now Included in the for Burge Mason; H. G Wlloon won from
Carnival Were Orand Successes
there wore only three me mbers pres and talk over the Crater l^ike road
est reserves should be returned to
w “ MaBon aod Vincent
ent— Dr. J. M. Keaas of Medford, Mr. Heidel gave a very Interesting
ter up again with the Secretary ofiYaden Tht finals will be for three
Gorge T. Baldwin und L F wiiiit»
tslk on the possibilities and advant
Nature In all its b«auty, clothed in 1 eliminate the beautiful distances that Agriculture in a letter, 1 a copy of opt of five, and will be between Wiley
an Informai meeting wt> held and an age« of the road He • (pressed the
'. I shall
his reply I enclose herewith,
sunshine and kiosed by the have f«jr years Intervened between us urge that this survey be completed as r nd Wlls«’D. Henry Crosby, the win
opinion that a tuacudamlxsl road
and civilization; grateful for tbe rec
ner of the cup last year, was here to
soon as possible.
Mr. Ileldrl has ttinde a trip part would not b«' th«’ best for automobil«* gentle breeses from of! th«’ snow-, ognition so long delayed.
his title, but on account of the
I stall not attempt to sing the
wuy over tho route of th« run<l from I travel, a» it would not stand the wear
¡uncertainty of the weather left this
MisHord to tho lake, and it Is bls In ¡of tb« muihlues Mr. Heidel Is a man gave cordial welcome to Klamath's pratMx of Klamath Falls and Klam
W. K. HAWLET.
county They ar«’ hero—tx-hold
Homing for California. The winner
tention to go from Klamath Falls to <>f wide experience In road building, ; gr«ut<»t duy, and by its gentle touch ath
them in all their pristine purity;
the finals between Wiley and Wil-
Crater l-ak«. if b« find« that th« having been Interiwted In the build
young, sturdy and aggressive, capable
i on will undoubtedly give Mr. Crosby
Office of the Secretary,
• now In th» purk Is too deep at the ing of vomi* of the best roads In Cali- ! has been held In bay for this ocea- of chanting a chorus that the world of
Washington, l’> C.,
m opportunity to defend the cup, and
The thruat« uiug weather of cuiamt-ice must and will b«-ark«-n to.
preau-ut time be w 11J return later to' ornlu und other State«
th- Kanu> wln probably be played
make the trip.
Th«- coneensu« of opinion. »« ex
ar« bb-ssed with advantage« ot soil Hon W. C Hawley, House of Rep
* her«- whenever Mr. Crosby can find ft
One of tho mo»t Important Inca-1 pressed by Judge Griffith and Dr. I Everything sc«-m«-«! attuned to the an«l pr«>du<tlon worthy of develop
Dear Sir- I have the honor to ac fonvenlent to come here.
tiotin to bo mad«« is that of tho road K«n-ne, ««-«iiK’d to favor keeping with If ■■«-ling of gladness that poKB«-HSed the ment and comm«-rcia) recognition knowledge
receipt of your letter of
W S Wiley was one of the play
from the lake through Klamath in the limit of th«- appropriations In 'hearts of every resident of Klamath that n> ■ d<'I but th«- rnagl«- touch of .May 2Rth in relation to lands, prob
'capital and modern nathods of trans-
in last year'- tournament, but he
county. There is some differonc«*« of building th«’ roud. and insisting on
• portation to hasten us on to the d««s- ably agricultural in character, which
opinion a» to whether the road tb<- estliuata * being made to build tli< w- re astir, an«l by six o'clock every- ; tiny that is surely ours. Quietly, In- have been included in national tor- 1 is shown a wonderful Improvement.
< ne of the most Interesting sets waa
should b«- located on th«* ea»t or wteit «nth«- road rathet than n portion. It on<* was making preparatlona f«ir the ¡Kidiouriy, but steadily, have the forces ests In th« State of Oregon,
I am now having a survey
bat between him and Mr. Snow. Mr.
side ot the lake, tho gvuerai opiulou, 1« b< Beved best to nut the road In
the forests with a view to ascertafn-
\ f w p«v>p|e may huv«- remain*-d at transform the Klamath country into i ng the facts in thia very connection, Snow is from Portland and is a grad-
however, favoring tho «>»»1 aldo. '1 lio chape lor travel, und If any Improve
a producer of no m«-an proportions,
pnopte of Wood river are very ments are found to b«- nr<< .ary later home, but if so It was o-ily through uod Klamath Falls into its commer- and if we find that considerable areas £ late of the Oregon CnlverBlty, and
have been Included that are more ¡also a ire mb« r of the Multnomah
anxious that tho road bo built down mouey <au be secured tor that pur- ui i r« wlty, for It s<-em<d as If all of < lul center.
mittabb’ for farms, and are not water Club Hr pit» up a «trong game, but
tho center of th«’ valley »«> that It |«on«
From the ■ Xpl« < »ions of Judg,
sheds that should bo reforested, the was defeated bf Wiley. Mr. Wilson
will touch at Furl Klauiutti. and Griffith and Mr. Bummers, it 1« appar Lake <uun
| approa« h and the arrival of the iron intention is to have them i"ânT*goîng
there would probably bo an advan ent that the County Court will I m - »»nted, as were Stu ram* nto and San i horse, and are now ass«-mb)ed to com- to the public domain. 1 ..... ___ _ * ,s also Improved over last year, and
tage In this, in that it would bo more ready to do their share In making Francisco Th«- only link in the ¡mumorate the event, let us not forget, out myself this summe: to the moun- !' ■ _ earn«' with Mr. Wiley Is looked
poor old 'In th. Mr hour of triumph, with tain States to inquire into this ques- ’f >rward to with Interest, and ft prom
¡wroianeiit than a rood built along the uppropt lation as soon aa th«.- rout« «hldn that was missing w
Very truly yours,
¡I ms to be excltfng. Mr. Wilson is a
Portland Few events in the history ¡what longing eagernemt our sister i I Signed/
th«> loot of tbo mountains.
is definitely settled on.
'counties of central and southeastern
'hard player, and it takes a good man
It is conceded that a road along
Oregon have been watching the katue
There « tus to huv«- been consld- of th«
to follow his pace and keep In the
the east side of th«* lake would bet erable opposition developvd to build Importuno- to the chief city of the *3ppr<p<h and arrival. Let us not for
Mr. Wiley Is very
ter accommodate the largo number ing the road on the west Bid« of th«- Stat«*. and yet no delegation was
LAKEY IEW TOO MUCH
deprivation, they are rejoicing with
a fast, yet safe.
of tourists, ns practically all of them ake It 1s argued that It »III be nec
Full KLAMATH FALLS
us, confident that Brother Harriman
coming to thia aectlon will visit the essary to keep a road Open between hut no < x< ursion arrived, as was the j has h»-ard their prayers for deliver-
There were 7 70 paid admissions
rttsorts on tho lake. With the road this city and Fort Klamath, and that case from Run Francisco and Bacra- ¡iince. that the completion of tbe road
TROUBLE WITH FREIGHT.
on tho cast side, stupa can be made i the < ust sid«* of the lake would ac- 1 inento These two California citle» to this point marks the beginning of ' to the ball grounds Monday aftcr-
the end of their Isolation also.
| noon to witness the game between t
without any Inconvenience, Another ¡cominodatc the must people This is were repre- i-ntwl by two special
Friends, one and all, I extend to I
advantage would bo that the road is matter which will b«* considered by trains, and the wave of enthuslabtn ; you |n b« half of our city a cordial; I«akeview and Kiamath Falls. This .Merctuujt* Make Trouble for AgewC
By Giving Order» to Both Trans
would traverse n greater portion of Mr. Heidel as soon as b< baa had an that they , brought with them made 'welcome and the frtedom of the city. i | does not represent the total number
Following Mayor Sanderson. Judge ^of spectators, as there were many
th«« forest rewervo, and a great deal opportunity to go over the different thing« lively. It was that good,
of work In socurlog rlgrts-of way routes, and his rwcommendatlons will whole-souled California enthusiasm ! Griffith, on b« half of Klamath county,1 not being familiar with the gate en
tfee Southern Pa
would be eliminated.
probably bo accepted. Mr lieidei left •hat curried everything before It and !exte«;Bvd a cordial welcome to the trance v- ■ tcok a abort cut and did cific agent, statW that'be is hating
to-dav for Spring Creek as the guest
This oc- ! man. There was no question but. tome difficulty with the delivery of
1 tidies and Gentlemen
METTI I MENT is RETARDED
of the Chnmt’ r of Commerce. wh«*rv have a lasting effect.
due to the lack of tinker
county i wbat everyone got thetr money's ¡freight,
Nine o'clock »ns the time »«t for
be wllbbitv.* an opportunity to g> * ac
long anticipated We have long
standing on the*part of the bnslnesn
Charles (>rnv«>H of Northern Klam quainted ith some of the attractions ith»- opening exercises at the Court has
r«*aliz«*d th«* great rewiurcr« of this
Occasionally, when freight in
ath county who has been in the «tty for touri«-t-
11 with which Klamath -house park, but an hour before every county and felt that those of you It was a real exciting game.
by the transfer men the
the past few days after n load rd
• «■at ws occupied, and when Mayor
The final score, which was II to 4,
county alx minds
supplies nnd taking in th« cwlobra-
Sanderson arose to deliver his ad i eoce here to-day would be glad to as- do-.- not exactly represent the d iff ex merchants refuse to pay for it on ac
*lst ub in their development, hut We
lion, left W« dn<" day cm his return to
it c-«« or welcome nearly two thou- i have always felt that it would be I eno it: the two teams, although un- count of some error in the btll. This
M < 114 NTS MONDAY
Mr Graves stales that the '
bad tbe f no fault’ of th« teamsters, and the
I rand people had asse mbled about the ¡iiuiHising ou you too great a hardship, questionably Lakeview
roads are In very good,shape, and ' Only * wo accidents occuro-d Mon rostrum. A wave of enthusiastic ap- Ito invite you to come here under for-' stronger bunch. They secured sev-. orrection must bo made through the
that he » ft*1 able to make the trip I day to mar the pleasures of the cele i plau -i greeted tb«* chief executive >f tner conditions. Now. how* ver. times oral runs which they were not ep- lailroad com party. The freight has
have chang«’d. and Klamath county I
to be paid before delivery, and if
r«m his home to Nnylox in two days. 1 bration
The Urrt was during the the city nnd hiB remarks were lis extends to you. to all the West, and , titled to on account of errors by the
there is any • rror there will be no
lie states that the people of his sec iparade. »h«n an ill-advised race by tened to with the cl<MM*«t attention
Ito all of this great country of ours, a home team.
dlqcilty tn securing an adjustment.
tion still have to he content to re-j’ ....
t’f (hf • . horseback riders oc
Mayor Sanderson said
Another thing that is complainedt
«help themselves to the great stores I Tuesday,
reive their rnnll by way of Ijikevh-w. curred on Main street. Two horses
Mr Chairman, Ladles, Gentlemen
wealth with which nature has en
Many of the merchants give both
which takes from a week to ten days ridden by young ladles were frlght- und Visitors■ It Is ind«*rd a dlrtln- of
for them to remain over for the end
dow’d our county.
cf the transfer companies orders for
for a lett«*r to reach them from Klam ¡«•ned and ran Into a light decorated I gulahcd honor, act well a- a great
From all over the United States
nth Falls. He made nn effort Inst i 'buggy driven by Mrs Zlm Baldwin, I pleasure*, to be called upon on this oc- com«*s the cry for beef
We hear the championship, as it is admitted heir freight. This only mixes mat
year to get n mall route from Fort ¡resulting In considerable damage*to
on all sid«*« that there is a scarcity Tn that the other teams are hardly in ters and cause* tio end of trouble for
, Klamath Falls to tbe representative
he aeept The merchants should do
Klamath, which is th«- most direct the buggy, but fortunately uo one i men und visitors from the trade cen- i this great commodity. But here la their clasp
with owe company at a time
route. The department notified him was injured.
, ters of Oregon and California and to almost limitlesa. V.'e ran take you to
and then they -will have no trouble
itbe representative clUaensbip of Lake th«- soiuh and east of ns anil show
that It would first be necessary to
FOR KELLING U HIsKEV.
The second accident occurred in
‘ n getting their freight-promptly.
hnvs postofficns ustiibllshed along the the evening, when the carriages were land Klamath count lea.
! you over two million acres of the fin-
: Klamath Falls, until recently Iso- I est grazing land beneath this great
proposed route, BO h< look th«* mat returning from the 5 30 train. The I iated from the marts of trade, nest-
T hu < liiuuiiM’u tier in Trouble I.»r
vault of blue; we can take you to the
ter up with the people nt F<>rt Klam l,i vet mor« Hotel bus, driven by Joe | ling qul< tly but hopefully nt the foot -north
GUN CLUB SHOOT.
Furnishing Whiskey to ladimu
of us and show you the great
ath and tried to get them to circulate Moore, »8« upset In tho east end of
mi Railroad Day.
» I Tbe trap sboot given by tbe Crater
petitions among the residents along; | low u and a number of the incaseu- I overflowing with the metropolitan West—a reservoir that is to supplv
I «Htisenahlp of Oregon nnd California,
th<> Klamath Marsh
Evidently the gers injured, although uone serious- their presence made possible by the i th«> water that will flow over our vast I George Pon and .Pen Grant...Cbirm- Lake Gun Club attracted a great deal
vsllev« and cause to spring Into life nen. were arrested Monduy for sell- of attention M«>nday and- competi
Fort people did not think it was |
Mr Moore Is considered one of 'completion of the railroad to our Hm- the land that has laid dormant for
worth while, but It would have the best and most careful drivers In I its. That «-vent we have assembled centurfes~-!and whose rlcbn«*ss is nu whiskey to Indians, -and. Kil|iie tion .was keen among th© contestantB.
brought all th«* trade of the northern (ho city, and he naluially feels very j to celebrate in order that we may I not surpass««! on this great conti Tillquin and Jimmie George, two In Each participant was-given- fifty birds
i give tho fullest possible* expression to nent of ours: water that will cans«
Jans, were held as witnesses. At the and while no records were broken
pnrt of th«’ «ntmry to th«- Fort
Inidly over the accldeut. In the rush (tho satisfaction we feel in the realiza to grow hundreds of thousands of
Mr Graves states that the for«*t to make the trip by the time the ball tion of our dreams of modern trans- tons of alfalfa—alfalfa to be us«-«! «rellminary hearing Pon Grant was the result« were very satisfactory
service has sr«*atly retarded the set-1 gam* und the cirrus v ore out all tho 1 portation.
in fattening the millions of heads of eleased on |l00 bail and he imn>**- when it Is considered that this is the
An occasion like the present is steer*
tl< m* t!t in hl • ■« i , of tho county. teams were driving last. The bus
that will go to ^*>ly the great iately skipped the town, leaving the second shoot of the season and that
' fraught with unusual Interest to a
the cont»‘itants have had very little
Thor«- are a Inrg«’ number of acr< s of was heavily loaded and it was a won I people for years hemmed In by moun demand for beef that n ever increas ounty f 100 to the good.
practice. The result of the shoot was
good agricultural land Included in th«' der that more were not injured.
tain rnnges traversed by roads of
toll you that within a few years
'doubtful character at any season of a to million
reserve” ind that In the majority of
tons of alfalfa will be
E II. Raymond of .Marshfield had
C. McDonald. 45: J! P lloev. 42;
canon th’ hq:!i”"t«:'i’ nppHcntt ha« has shoulder dlsloralcd anil wns i the year. To-day marks (he passing grown in this county you would besi- ler As the main evidence was against
| for all time, so far us Klumath Falls
b«'< n turned down. Thli has had the taken at once to the Klamath Hospi Is conearned, of the stage conch and tatn to believe the statement. But I Grant, «and the Indians refused to tes ,Guy Childers. 41; Ike Hampton. 35;
result of discouraging settlement, tal, when’ he received medical at I th<> freight team. They served long invite von gentlemen to visit <fiir val tify, Pon was turned loose for the W. S. Mead,'35; Wm. McCullum. 34;
leys and see for yourselves what na
and has been a great drawback to the tention. Others receiving injuries and faithfully in tlielr ai>i»c»i nt«’d ture Is doing for ns now. and you will present. It may be possible to gather E. W. Muller, 34 E:*Jacobson, 33.
development of this very important were: Dr. and Mrs. Rohm nnd Joo In tho coming of the new. we are not then believe that what I say is true. sufficient additional evidence to bring ’ There, were three cash prizes for
action of Klnmnth county Mr. Hoefer of Redding.
unmindful or ungrateful of the serv-| Adjacent to our city is the vast tbe matter before the Grund Jury. It the winners in the fthuot 115, |7
Graves la heartily in accord with the
ices of the old-fashioned means of aren of marsh land land that has is stated that two five-gallon kegs of and |3. The successful contestant»
eliminating time nnd distance. Paus i been storing up for centuries the best whiskey were delivered to the China were C. McDonald, H. P. Hoey and
policies of Secretary Ballinger, and
that nnture can bestow; land that far
ing thus to drop a tear of regret upon .outrivals
SERIOIH llliE AVERTED.
ha i great hopes that In tho near fu
in richness the great deltas men. and that one of them bad been Guy Childers.
the grave of a past that is full of in- of Holland:
land that will supply to emptied, the whiskey being sold to
ture tho efforts and labors of tho pio
(«•rest and pleasant memories, we
A small blaze In a woodpile back turn our faces hopefully towards the von nnd to all America celery that Indians. Deputies of the Sheriff's
neers will rocolvo their reward, and
BONANZA AND INDIANS TIE.
will not only bo as good, but far hot-
that Northern Klamath will become of the American Hotel building was future, viewing these evidences of I tor. than anything you have ever office hau-b^cn watching the place
ifor several days, and they were some-
known to tho world nnd will receive the cause of nn alarm being turned in freshening interest.
The Bonanza and Klamath Agency
tho attention that tho richness nnd for tho firo department Friday. It
Lot me take you to the north and | what discouraged at the result of the teams attempted to carry out the
The completion of the road to our
schedule arranged for the ball games
value of Its lands nnd timber justl- was extinguished by tbe time the limits, the presence of these represen | west of us and there show you the case.
hoso carts arrived. It Is not knoWn tative men front the busy cities north least forests of virgin pine the
Tuesday, and although portions of
how the fire started, but ns there and south. Is Indicative of the spirit
grounds were still wet, a very in
Ul’I’ER LAKE NOTES.
of progressiveness that characterizes with which wo will at no far distant
teresting game was given.
MAIN STREET PROPERTY HOLD. were several barrels of roof tar near tho people of the Pacific coast nnd <lnt«* supply th«i great markets of the
tho spot it was lucky that it was dis Pacific Northwest. That same spirit Fast. Wo are told by Pinchot and
Bonanza was in better trim than
Stoamcr Hooligan took a logging
Honry Rabbos has purchased from covered before any headway had boon so manifest here to-day is the forc- otber authorities on the forestry ilonkey engine up tho lake for Long on Sunday, and put up a game that
E. T. Shortt, tho Main stroet prop gained. Wooden’ structures occupy runner of untold possibilities, not question thst the time Is not far dis Lake Lumber company on Saturday. would have made the Coyotes go
alone to southern and southea tf«u-n tant when there Is going to be a lum
erty occupied by «Mr. Shortt the past about bait of the block, and with ¡Oregon,
Steamer Mazama sustained some some. The Indian boys also did good
but to Oregon ns n State, to ber famine. Hero In Klamath wo
year, between Fourth nnd Fifth tho outbuildings nnd refuse scattered Portland as its commercial center ,1'ave the supply, and if I should give injury to one of her propellers on work, The game had to be called
In tho rear, in a few minutes more It is. my friends, as though we hnd «on th«« figures of the immense store her last trip down and is now on the before the last inniag was played on
Mr. Rabbes and Wm. Wagner will them would have been a serious con- to-day been annexed to and made a of merchantable timber at our doors ways for a few hours in consequence. account of rain, with the score a tie
pnrt of tho grent commonwealth of tbo finite mind would stagger at the
Immediately open nn up-to-date real flngratlon.
—5 to 5.
Oregon. Our sister Stnte on the array.
One of tho U. K. teams, in hauling south, owing to our peculiar geo
estate office, undur the corporate
Again let mo take you Into tho
It is simply* a scorcher to think
nnmo of Tho Homo Realty Company. tho hook and ladder wagon, collided graphical position, will share very north nnd show you all the beauties
The bung-hole does not empty halt
It Is generally understood that some with the Monarch delivery wagon naturally with ua tho advantages that with which nature has endowed this of the natural resources Old Sol
link us to the world of trade. Mv great county of ours. I will show you wastes every second and no trust so many barrels as the little, evet-
San Diego capitalists are interested and carried off ono of tho wheel«, friends, we are grateful grateful to
having the foresight to corner them. lasting drizzle from the spigot.
(Contlnncd on Fifth Page.)
causing considentb’q damage.
In this move.
Brother Harriman for his efforts to
All Parts of County Folly Represented-Large Ex
cursions From Southern Cities