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OTT'H ! \Il PAPER OF
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST
LINDS RIG CONTRACT
Superior to Viiyllilug Between Nun
l riiii<i«eo und l'iirtliiiiil—l’liiii«
ami H| m * c I lient Ion* Her«’.
LEADING PAPER OF
NO! I HERN OREGON.
< Of Nt II, IIAH MEETING
H)«li-uiilii Htom- unii Brick Company More (i-«>|m Now
Ibiim-d on Fifty High Price« Axkcd for Pro|»-rty on J.
l-ik<- I ront, Needl'd for Imitai-
Will Fumigli Hit- Malt-rial fol
A< rm 'I I um in M Itoli- Comity
lat ion of Septic System.
lile Big Building.
'llilrty Year« Ago.
NEW BANK DIRECTORA
Eiil \ amu« ica Made
Th«- Council met on Monday night.
The First National Bank an-
One piece of business that Is going
A contract was signed Haturday
I .on I* Get b<-r, the Klamath county
o • lullii tin- attention of tile t'hiiin I between Contractor Cofer und th« Htock miner and whol«»ale butcher Present, F. T. Sanderson, mayor; »ounces a change in the directorship
Obencbain, of their institution. George P. Llnd-
of Coitimi reo Is that of buvlug 11 y <! r a ti 11 < ■ Htonu and Brick company uf Sacramento, started 375 head of Coiincihnen
I til«’ Innd office removed from l.nk» for I lie material for tin- walls of the beef cut.il” from Horsefly and l.angdl Hanks, Willits, Summers an«l Castel. ley and W. I. Vawter of Medford,
view to this city. Wh«-n thl* matter Jucobs block ut the «-ora«- rof Malli valley hint Friday for the Sacramento Owing to the absence of Recorder realizing that their other vast home
WUM « first broached It was quietly In- und Sixth street*. This strutture I m market. Mr. Gerber slates that cat- LeavJtt, who is in Mono county. Cal., interests required their personal at
This investigation bus to bn 105 fe<t on Main street anil tie g- iicraliy are In fine condition visiting his sick mother. Councilman tention, have disposed of their stock
been continued, mid the farther it 101 feet on Sixth street.
for thl* time of the year, and Hays Caste! acted as recorder pro tem. in tho First National and J. A. Mad
the principal stock raisers will be The following bu»in«.-xs was tran- dox of this place and D. M. Griffith
of Eagle Ridge have been elected as
aliali that It will be oil easy mutter to Me the walls und foundation being «-on- done haying within the next two »acted:
t'lelr successors to fill the vacancy.
cur«> an order fiout Secret ay llalliu- Mirili ti d «ai us to ml In II of the mldl- wtwkM, after which time beef cattie
.Mrs. Fred Biehn and A. C. Beals
W. H. Clark and Paul J. Brelten- r ave also purchased stock in this in
The Secretary will be her«’ the first ries» will Justify it. Four store buyers.
stein, The application for a building stitution, consequently from now on
tlie K Imnat It of tho moiiih, and wlillo here he will rooitiH are to lu<c on Main street
When asked a* to the number of
this bank will be strictly composed
Tim st rue- have presented to him in a concrete unti one on Sixth street, «aril having catlie that would b* likely to be permit of J. M. Evans was denied.
Councilman Wilkins was appoint-‘of local people,
form the fact* and figure* favorable u fi out of htesj and plate-glas* i. Th«i shipped out of thl* »ectlori between
The foregoing change in directors
doe* not convey any Idea of wlmt to the change. Tin- peiyph- of Lake- structure will be modern In every now nnd .March 15ti>, which general j ed as a committee of one to confer
this city I m going to get. Add to D i I m vl«-w *< eju to think it I* n good deal n «,>«•< t, and will be on” of the l.aud- ly cio*1'» the season for fed cattle, with Engineer Patch of the reclama applies also to the First Trust and
tliu co*l of I rnnspoi tai Ion of men of a joke, blit they will wake lip »oineHt t>itil«lIn km In the dty.
he stated that he believed there will tion service concerning the abate Savings Bank, which is under tho
•lid material* and It will run the (OtllO nie- morning and see their
Th” i ontiai t with tho Hydraulic be a* inaiiy shipped a* in former ment of the nuisance caused by the same management as the First Na-
aiiiouni well up above the (20,000 prise l>luni qulvily moving out t<.- Stum- und Brick company «all* for year*.
It 1» algo hl* opinion that Ankeny ditch In It* present condition.
Cashier Delzel! stated that it was
ward > Klti
mill li Full*. A h far a* tills the material In the wu II h . Full r<K-k there will be a big Increase In the
following options secured on prop qhite probable that the capital stock
Tin- general design will b<- nil*- dty and county is concerned It rare* face will b«- tt»«-d for th«- front and mutton and lamb* shipped.
*lon, though not entirely «-airled out little whether the office comes her«» uiillnluhcd for the r<-ar wall*. This
“It will be juat thirty years next erty adjoining Lake Ewauna to be would be materially Increased In the
tn <l> tall, having lien niodlfi-d to or not if provision* can be mad* for will be ihe first building In the dty month,” said Mr. G«-rber. "since I used for city purposes: From A. I,, near future, owing to the rapidly in
give It a distinctive beauty all R m the payment of Ilin r<M-lamation mon mad«- of this material, and It will be came to Klamath county. Only Leavitt, A. Martin Jr.* and F. H. creasing business which has devel
The building will be 116 f««-< ey into th«« local reclamntloa office. wattled with a gre*’ deal ot in- r ’< ”ntly. !u coming up from Mer Mills for all of block XS In Klamath oped.
Mr. J. A. Maddox, who has been
long by 30 feet 9 Indie . lib- Til«’ It aeeiiiM somewhat peculiar that all tvrcMt liy pioapediv” builder».
rill, I »aw more alfalfa, oats, wheat, addition; price 41,000. From C. T.
cornels, i ti ling», window und door other busln«can be treiiMaeted by
The proc« »* for the manufacture barley and potato«»* grow on fifty Oliver tor al) that portion of lot 8. elected one of the directors of this
Hilts und all 111 in in I n gs will b<* of th” Hervl« o with the exception of the of thin material I m a patented one, ocrea than was grown in the entire section 32, lying west ot the eastern bank, came here first about two years
It ìm on und this will be probably th<> firut county when I first tain« here. In boundary of Payne alley and south ago on a visit to Mr. I. clzell, and
giHiilte, th«’ balance of th* walls la- pay m«-nt «>f the charge*.
street, containing a through the latter wa- apj olnted one
jng rubble. On th«* Mouth end will thia ground that the fight I m to bo structure in th«- State In which it 1» addition to the vaM amount of al of
Ballinger see* tt*ed. The company wum organized falfa, wheat, barley, oats and pota frontage- of 220 feet and a depth of of the judges at the county fair. The
be a bagung«' *h«'lt«r 14x14.
Ad made, and when Mr. Bullinger
joining will bo the baggng« room. the just lei of the affair lie will do litis year, and
for the pa»t few toes which are now raised, and which 150 feet; price |6,600. J. C. Ruteuic, exhibit Mr. Maddox saw there made
!Kx3X feet. W ith < einelll floor. Th«’ on” of two thing*: epher mow th«’ niouilm « xperinu-nt» have been car» will be Increased fifty times over un- 80 feet front 02.400, 106 feet front such a great impression upon him
«iffice room will b«’ 311^X29 feet, la n't offtce to thl* city or make pro rl”d on for the purpose of subject- dsr irrigation. there are two other 02,500. A letter was received from tl.at he made up his mind that
with concrete floor: general waiting vision* for the t>eym«*nt of
III* the block* to a rigid tert. The Industrie» that I wish to call to the Alex Martin Sr. at Oakland, Cal., of Klamt’h county was worth Investi
room. 24:10x18 feet, and women’*
ri'»iilt . have justifi« d th«- belief that attention of all those under the Irrl- fering blot k 72 to the city for 03,- gating, which he did, with the results
waiting room, 19x1*1 feet.
it will tiKi’t ull the demand* ncce*- j gallon systwni. Theae are dairying 000.
In addition to bis investment in
Hine« tl««- coming of the railroad -a<r> for a first-da»» Rreproof build .»n«l the raising of hogs. The«ie shcyild
The waiting rrMim* are to b«< fin-
the bank Mr. Maddox has purcha sed
Ishi'd in naturnl wood with It’-uined it different complexion has been ing material.
i>e fostered at once. If the readers
from G. W. White an undivided one-
oiling nnd ceramic tile floor, Eiinm- placed on land office affair*. It la
of your pHp« r could see In cold print ductive of swue result*. Mr. Patch
interest in the property next to
el tiling will cover the walla for five
the amount of moaey that la Siunual-
the First National Bank on Main
font from the floor, the balance tiring litiMlm mm with the government to
’ ly sent et«»t for han««, bacon and lard
plaster, tinted nnd frewcocd. Adjoin travel nil the way to Lakeview and Engineer Hoey 1* Rushing MwlG-rs to Huppiy tin- Stale of Oregon alone der its present condition it is a street, on which is being erected a
new brick block, the description of
ing the waiting room* are th«- toilet* back ngnin. It cost* th” government
they would be astounded. It would source of annoyance to the entire
at Natron anti R v | mwi Has It
the property being as follows: Thir
for m«-n and women nnd the oflli-i- n giiut d”«l for th’’ trawling ex
; »« ein Incredibte. For year* the
i in I met W ill S ocmi Ih- fait.
ty-five feet off the easterly side of lot
Th« *e are ’to be fiiilshi-d in panse* of its employee*, aside from
1 stockmen of this county raised cat-1 on th* full head of water and clean
4 and 46 feet off the northerly end
marble and ceratale i tile.
the great delay in baslnes*. Bullin
Kngfneer lloo) is In Portland for ’ tie for beef. For this purpose there
flow was increased this summer so , of said lot 4 and 45 feet off the west-
Th«’ roof is to be of i t/d slate with ger'* great hobby I m to rush things
the purpow of hurrying mailers on
, erly part of lot 3 In block 17 of the
tile ridge, Aroir.d tho building v III through, nnd wh«'ti
he *«■<•» thut that ■ nd ef the Klamath Falls-Na Durham* and lN-voBvhires.
For many leaks made their appearance
original town of Klamath Falls in
be many wrought-l ron mb ’«Ml Inn- weeks of time can im i-«i>«a) try t.«e
tron line. Jle has been’’pounding the dairying purposes, however, a differ-
the city of Klamath Falls, Mr. Mad-
nnd broad cement walk* and trunsftr It I* not likely that he will
contractors to get busy, and the re ■ ent breed n ust be broaghl in. Either
dox will hereafter direct the con-
parked lawns will complete the pur- long deluf hl* de« Islon la Tavor of
sult of hla labors U show n In the fol th* Holstein or Jersey, or a cross be-
of the building wbich Is
tire length has become overgrown
lowing announcement tiurt appeared |tw»-en th«» Holstcia and Jersey or
now being erected on this property.
F«'W will ever r«-nllze that the real
[ G a«;rnsey ■should be emjMnyed. TU'-se
in Sunday's Oregonian:
At a former meeting of the Coun
cuiisc for this generous «i>n«l<1erntlon
FIRST STOCK SHIPMENT
“Men and equipment to-day will be produce Sue best rvaults, and where
cil Messrs. Sanderaon, Willits and SENATOR BOURNE GETS SNUB.
for this illy on tho part of the rall- U ill Ship H..NOO latin «, Tills Bi-« ir«K
forwarded by the McCabe Const ruc
Hanks were appointed a committee
rottd company had Its Inc« ption from
th«- First Bunch <>f Si im I. to H<-
tion company ot tills city to Natron, »employed, enormoow pronto ant- real
A recent dispatch from Washing
inspect the city reservoir. The
the pr«Mentation of the petition from
1 biaditi in This <3t>.
where actual construction work wlU ized, Thousand* of dollars are an-
ton says that the appointment of
the busln«-«* men asking tint a fin«
in,..; at otii- on the Klamath Fails- lually sent east lor the pioducts of
Arrangement* havu be, n made for
•tout what could be found there, | Robert J. Hendricks of Salem as cen
depot b<- erected here. Chief Engl
NaLrcia extension of thirty-four mile* the niiCdie weal «dairy farms. This
sus supervisor of the First Oregon
tie'-r Hood hnn hml jt warm Mpot Io
should not be* wo. No better dairy and a demand tor an examination district and State Senator Seneca C.
All stock heretofore leaving tor the Oregon and Eastern railroad,
bl« heart for Klainnth Fulls. He has city.
a Harriman property. The contract country can be found anywhere <m
was absolutely do foundation for Beach as supervisor of the Second
appreciated tho cordial manner in this section bus gone out either
for thA« niileag«* wo» ceccutiy award th«’ gk>be than right here in Klam
these complaints. A careful examina- district, annottnted at Beverley a
which hla compuuy lias been wel through Midland, Purr in, Macdoel or
'd to the Utah Construction com- ath. It is far mi per ior to any otb»-r
tw>n was made, and It was found that few- days ago, is a decided victory
comed here, and when the requont Mt. Hebron, and the Dews that a
patiy^ which lias sublet a part ot 1.1»? seettan on the coast. Whenever a
every precaution had been taken to for Representatives Hawley and El
was presented it wan tho final stroke
work to the J’orthuul firm of czin- dairy expert in.s come here he has safeguard against the contamination ' lis. who respectively recommended
ti nt won for the city the uiagnlflcent ‘ till* Instauci- U cheering. Amp!* ac-
been surprised with what he found,
structure that will welcome the i «xnnmodafiona ha** boea made for
and was free ic his pr« dictions that if th«) water. Inside was scrupulous- ,
Senator Bourne undertook to pre
j »hipping from Illis city, and it j* not
stranger to Klamath Falls.
at !•> far distant date this country
vail upon the President to take this
• unlikely that many other »hlpmrnts Cube company include* two < unric Is,
The vaiti«- of thia
□in) 2,000 fi et long and tho other 600 would be anted : hrough ir.it the cm st
will follow till* one.
rsitwilhstatiding that but compare- ■ patronage from the congressmen and
pot to thia city mn
foot long, tog« ther -with about lour for Its dairying
Tho first shipment will
tivvly little light is admitted through i give it to him, and failing in that, ob
mail’d. There is not a pvrHoti who
*Ai for tlie hog industry, too m»e b
miles of grading. This comjiany
’he opening. Mayor Sanderson stated i jected as strongly as he could to the
has ever traveled
who has not t 1.300 lunib*. which Is n
only recently coutpluf . d seven miles i eanm.t be said. A high-grade ! class
that the report of Health Officer Yen- appointment of Mr. Beach, who, he
formed tils opiiiiotiH of a city by the
of grading, iacludiug a l,400«foot ot hogs stoxuld be Imported. Every
ny, who was here about two years said, was obnoxious to him. He did
liepot nnd its itirroundlnga. It will dining the tuonth of September. O.
tunnel, for the Pacific Railway .and carr should be exercised to keep the
that this city had one of the best not favor Mr. Hendricks either, as
be notice io the hundrpd* ot thou- T. McKendree of 1-akevlew Is the
Navigation company, which is builil- county free froi» hog diseases. None proected sotirces of
supply in the I Mr. Hendricks In his paper has
•undM of people who
pass | shipper, and lie stated that *11 of tlie
ing i railroad to Tillamook.”
an- to be tound here now, and with Slate, is as true to-day as it
through this <ity after tho coDiple- I lamb* will be shipped from this city.
was printed editorials critical of the new
Wlthiu a short time, it is jire- ordinary care nane will get a fort- ti»>n.
order of things in Oregon politics,
tion of the main line that tho rail-
dli.U-d, Older* will be Jssued for the lioW. The methods ot hog raising
and ai this Mr. Bourne took offense.
road company ha* faith In the future i blowing our way to show what the
letting of the contract for the bal have been revokitionised. The <A1
It is understood that Mr. Hen
SAWMI1L AT GORDON SPRINGS.
of klamnth Fulls, and that as a ten- I future I. mh In *U>r<> for this dty. If
ance of the Uno and runhing the Uno wallow has been relegated to the
and Mr. Beach were appointed
to completion. This will be in t»n- rear, and th,- old idea that the hug
A. W. Sluirof Keno was in the city because the indorsements filed by
erected a suitable monument.
It advantages a* a distributing «'enter
neetton with similar orders along <the was nothing moro than a scavenger Tuesday on business. He report- tlim Messrs. Hawley end Ellis showed
will nicuti that IhouiuindH who would j will be made all the stronger.
Deschutes road, as well .as to «»ne to has been proven false
These two O. }'. Harvey of Granta Pass will be them competent men and further
not others l ie do so will «top off, Through the channel of the Mock-
Intario, all of wlikli are .for the par ¡ir.u-tices are whs’ cost the farmers gin about the 1st of September on more, because tl:e director of the
wltii tl c remiltanl benefit to the en , men would «x>me thousands of dol-
pose of placing the entire interior of the United States millions of dol the i oust ruction of a new sawmill at census and secretary of commerce
I Inrx annually that would be «pert hl
«ection of tho State in touch wF.h lars. The h<n; is a clean animal. l'n-; Gordon Springs, between Worden and labor are opposed to allowing
It Is nu notn statement to tunke other town*.
the Harriman system. If this is done sanitary surroundings play havoc! and C'alor.
senators to control these appoint
that in rt ineinberlng this city so
It will mean that within two y«’ars ' with them, for they -re productive oi
The mill is to have a capacity of ments.
THE QI PEN’S JOI R.NEY
in.ignanlmouMly the railroad cotn-
thl* city will be enjoying the sensa the diseases that rapidly kill them about 25,000 feet a day and will give
Messrs. Hendricks and Beach are
puny hin tunde no intstnko. Its cin
The work of moving the dredge tion of seeing through trains fro» oft. Under the conditions prevailing employment to about thirty men and now given recess appointments and
gen* appreciate it to the fullest ex Klamath Queen of the Bouthern Pa Frisco to Portland.
here the farmers of the toun’.v can eight er ten teams. Mr. Harvey some take office Immediately and their
tent and will not hesitate to show
'make fortunes out of this Industty, time since purchased the timber nominations will be sent to the sen
rlile company bus started «"ahi. the
that appreciation In a su If «tit nt Ini rollers which were ordered some time
Much lias been said of late years provided they apply modern meth claims of J. Padgett, Charlie Nelson. ate in December. Mr. Bourne may
manner If the occasion should ever ago having arrived. Ordinary pine
about tin» etuie with which a lock ca ods and conduct their work on bt'sl- it. W. Tower and Mr. Gordon, and then undertake to prevent confirma
arl e. They realize that the future
roller* were nt first used, lint the nal could be destroyed hv the ma nes* principles.
the timber supply for tho mill will tion. particularly of Mr. Beach. But
of the city depend* gg much upon the
"I am satisfied in my own n.i.id be taken from these claims. It is unless he can secure actual rejection
weight of tho dredge was BO great licious use of dynamite or other high
rnlltond company ns upon their own
that It crushed them, nnd Australian explosive.
Engineering News calls that in it short time any of the land understood that the entire cut of tills of the nomination he cannot keep Mr.
Ironwood rollers have now been sub attention to the fact that an attempt under the Irrigation system -the mill will be taken from these claims. Beach out of office. His present re
whnt bn* been done for their city
stituted mid It Is expected will with made In 1900 to wrack the Welland sagebrush land us it Is now calltw!
It is understood that the entire cut of cess appointment, in the event he
whon It lint doffed Its swnddllng
stand the Immense weight placed canal In this way produced surpris will make a farmer rich. It will not this mill has been contracted for box falls of confirmation through non
clothes nnd entered Into tlo> class of
upon them. The hardest pull to got. ingly smnll results After two weeks’ b« necessary for him to have several stock. The mill is located only a action of the senate, will carry him
lelleve that mile from the main line of the Cali through to the close of tho next ses
over will be the amali hill north of examination the two men concerned .utidred acres.
tho school house, nnd onco over this, selected lock 24. and each lowerel a with 160 acres or less be will soon fornia Northeastern railroad and sion of congress, when ho can be re
Ti”-«<1 Examination* Hucce»afully the dredge will move right along to satchel containing dynamite and a have acquired a comfortable <ompe- doubtless a spur will be run up to appointed. The same is true of Mr.
tho lipper lake.
fuse to the water behind tho gate at tency There are thousands of acres the mill for taking the output out.
i Hendricks. -
each end of tho lock. Both charges of such land In Yonna, Langell and
The following persons woro suc
Prof. William G. Anderson, direc were exploded: but tho dynamite ?oe valleys land that is the finest RESULTS < F GI N (IAB SHOOT.
cessful In passing tho examination
Some details have lately been made
of the Yale gymnasium, Is carry fulled to carry away the gates. Al that man ever traveled over wait
The Crater Lake Gun Club held its public of the instrumental work on
for county certificates which was
Firat grade, ing on a series of experiments on tho though the explosives blew a hole ing only the magic touch of water." weekly trap shoot last Sunday at its the Gunnison tunnel, recently com
held here last week:
More than about a foot In dinmeter through
new brounds on the Altamont road, pleted by the government, which will
Restore French; second grado, Helen heart action of athletes
.lames Norton, who Is employed as with the following results:
Wakefield, 0, 0. Craig nnd Irone G00 experiments have been made for each gnte nnil loosened the hinges,
bring some 200,000 acres of land un
Dann; primary, Miss Dorella Shlves the objoct of determining which the gates remained In position, hold bookkeeper by the Standard till com
der cultivation. The tunnel from en
sports exert tho most harmful effect ing back tho water.
pany at Richmond, Cal., will spend Hampton ................................................. 2 4 i trance to entrance is six miles in
of Portland, Oro.
upon tho heart. Moreover, tho effect
’-I m vacation here.
Mr. Norton Is a McDonald ................................................. 23 length. The survey lines at the point
R. Hardy and Chas. Rohrman of ion of William Norton, one of the Eads ........................................................... 21 j of meeting differed 0.32 in level. 0.04
L. C. Allen and son of Medford of oxygon on tho heart during exer
.................................................. 10 i foot In alignment and 0.S6 foot in
are In tho city, stopping at tho I.nke- tion I h nlao being carefully studied. A Ashland are registered at the Amer ■dd-timors of this section, and a Ankeny
......................................... 12 ; distance.