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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1910)
i- fom club l«agu'<, Sun Friimlsio and
Hiicriiinrntii retiring on account of
competition of ('oust Lciigiti' teems
it. those cities Saturday and Hunduy
DEVEIJH'.MENT 4’4», OKLAHOMA Ki NATOIt sHs 1 ills
gunn-R only will ln< played
NTAItTN SEW lit OHO I GUFARE
HTATF IN MONT ENLIGHTENED
if allowed to vot«- on the question,
would be overwhelmingly in favor of
i nlversal peace. H«« ssid commercial
intirests having Imph-ments of war
lo sell filled th«- pr««-» with rumors of
war every time a naval appropriation
ill Ile M««< ii<biioiz« <l anti lie One of De< lar«-» t oiiinier« lai Interests Fill comes befor«- congr«-*s.
ith Wur Rumor» for
flu' liest Street» in flu- County.
ON IDE TRAIL OF DEE’RSI.A Y Elt
Others Are Io Ik' Built
NEW STREET BEING OPENED COMMENDS THE OREGON PLAN
MAY raw UGHI OH NVSIEHY
Hniteii PraMs Service
HAN FRANCIX <». Juno 3
'ruining camp at Ocean Beach today
lack Johnson said he didn’t believe
Governor Gillett«' hud given the th«-
Interview which wits shown to him by
.i United Press correspondent.
“I will win (tint
luly event if I am compelled to whip
10.000 white men around the ring
Th«* fight Is on tin* level, the moving
ulctures will show that. Even If ther«-
were souu't b I ng crooked. how could
Governor Gillette learn unythlng
anything about It?”
Abner We«-d io George W i.OOHl-
. purt <>f lol 2 ««••<■ I mu' fctrt of
i • « 3-34-7
th'orge W Loosley to Abni-r Weed,
■art of lot 2 1 and all of lot 20, s«-c.
i Id ' - |l<>
C H Crialer and II. E stilts to
MIunI«- Ci I'-ler and Ella II Stills, pint
4-3»-!» ’ j at«d
of HE *4 *•'*’ 4-39
NW *4 of HW % of sec 15-39-9; >10
Mary L. Wight to i ’h«-»t«'•* L Ho
KE >, of
vry. Iialf In trreat III lol
(if S«*«'. «*. IU I K'j of NW *
»««e. 7-37-10; >10
J (' Fergusen. adn-lnlntratio I f
• »tat«- ot l,«Hiis I- NelMUt, to C It iJe-
I. ap, NE>4 of s«-« 11-40-9, >3.200
It M C Brown to Sellimi District
No .'«> of Klamath «ounty, Oregon, a
tract of land io yards square In th«
HE corn«-r of the NE’« of th«- NE1»
>>f sec 7-39-8; >1
Georg«- G Thlriby to William F
- alklus. E S of HE1« of m-c f>, uml
y «_ .«r s\\ «, ..
S T Hummers to Chas. E Humph
rey. lot 4. blk 11, Klamath Falls;
Charh-s E Humphrey' to Duncan
H. Campbell, lot 3, blk II, Klamath
United Mates to John C. Weiss,
w ■. ■ i
Ciarli «' E. Word« n to Imogen«' C.
Hampton, blk 3. Ewauua Heights
««Idltlon to Klamuth Fulls; >10.
Ada L. Kinney to Ernest Brown,
lot 9, sec 13. nnd lots 8. 9. 10 nnd
II, sec. 14-39-10; >3,900
Martha A. Wiseman to Anna F.
WH4 .«ml NW *, of
26 39-11. >100.
J. G Pieree to Hauiuel Hpir«- and
lotin B Enright, the easterly 52 f« < t
of lot I In blk. 49, Nichols addition
*<> Klamath Fulls; >10
Alice Sargent to Mrs. Clarice E
Worden. 20 feet off th«- «-astcrly side
>f lots 2 and 10 and 13 feet off the
w«>Mt«*rly aid«- of iota 1 und 11, blk.
19. Nli-hols addition to Klnmath
Klnmath Developm«-nt «ompany U>
licitila Nathan, lots 21A und 21B.
l«lk. 7. Railroad addition to Klamath
.«11 . Il-
Klamath D«'v<-lopm< nt company to
' ntd<- Nathan, lots 20B and 20C.
iilk. 7. Railroad addition to Klamath
llurgc W Macoli to W E. Faught
lot 2. blk 47. Hol Spring-, addition
'«> Klamath Falls, lio
Agn«-H I’icrce to Harry D. Mill .
KE *4 of NW>, and E’4 of SW I. of
MC. ,31-38-9; >10.
Klamath Det«-lopiiieni «««mpaii»
Stu«') 1- <)|.«iyk«', lots *>. 0 ami I ,
- Ik 19. \Vorden. >10«),
Mary \. Wilkins to Fr««d J Wil- j
Hams, Lot 9 In Block 38, 1st add. to
to K. F.; >10.
Duncan B Campbell to George II
M« ri J m.in I.<>«
I'lk 11. X F :
D. W. Anderson to Rowe F Kin
ney, part of HE'« of SW <4 Sec. 15-
!• 10; >200.
Mother Mary Kilian, trustee for
the Order of St. Francis. Pendleton,
Or«-., to John J. Cunningham, NW',«
of Sec. It» and Sti of SW% of SE'i
Sec. 9-39-9; >1.00.
Mother Mary Kiliun. trustee for
«he Order of St. Francis, Pendleton.
Orc., to E. J. Murray. NE >4 Sec ifi,
«nd SW«4 of SE % of SE % of Sec
Mason hus begun building Clilti'd Plesa Hervlce.
WASHINGTON. D. C., June i. -
I the Hot Hjitlngs addition to a | m >I iii I'nlted States S*niitoi It L. Owen
i< ti th«- Altamont ioud m-ar th«- Houth- of Oklahoma made a notahl«* sp«ech
' iii Pneifii crossing. It la to be knowi In the s* tint« today. <le«'luring for th«-
us Broad Mtroot. and stmts from Wall «lection <«f senators by direct vole of
street, tu'ur the new courthouse site. th«- p«-«>i-l< and eulogizing th«- Oregon
Ill«- str«'«'t Is to be ii wide «me, and plan.
H«'iiatoi Owen said the system now
I will I»«- built according to th«- most
. i.pprovi'd methods of building macad In vogu«' In Oregon Is the most en-
lightened in any state. He denounced
This Is th« first of other fine stieets jingoism und said the p<-opl*- of th-
Glut III« to b<- built III«- length of the I’nlted Slates, England and Germany
Hot Springs addition, all of which
will ext «nd to the county road
work on all of them will lx- of the
beat, unii will add - vera) miles of
modelli Ht|««'ts to those ¡'ll'c.'ldy con
sti iicfcd In thlb addition
I» new wide street from th«- heart of
Woman 4'ook ul the ituvid Shook
Ihtnch and Young Girl Who W h »
Vi.lllng H-r Are Implh uted
Mr». Maggie Jone», <45, who was
cook nt tin- Shook home, near Dairy,
when It wa» burned <lown ulexit a
month ago. tui«l Miss Cora Menton, a
girl of 15, who «<«» vi»itiug her at
tile tiiii«-, w«-r«' urrewtcd by Nlit-riff
Burn«*« Thursday mid iH'ouglit to tliix
city for in«|ulry into their nll«ag«-<l
I < oinpilcity in the « rime.
Tills is tii«' culmination of nn In-
Vestlgutlon cowling st-vr-rul weeks,
which hus been quietly ««inducted by
the nix-riff. un«l follows tii«- arrect of
John Conley, un employe of th«' John
Shook mnch, who was also susp«'«'t-
«■«!, lint aftt'i t«n «lays’ tonflnement In
tin- county jail was dli>< !iurg« <l for
want of evidence agulnst him
The two women ar« being held at
th«' homes of Sheriff Bartu-s and Dep
uty Sheriff Sthulloek. mid th«*y wilt
la- taken before Justice Millet to
morrow for a preliminary hearing.
N«« complaint has yet been fll«-d
ukii I iih I them
but tile officers feel
jiiHtlfh-d In holding them In view of
tlie fu< t they hav«* «dlcitnd
Th« burning of th«- Hhook horn«'
and barn wax u mysterious affair,
nnd th«' Investigations following lb«'
tires I «-«I to clm-s in h < veral directions.
Involving a suspicion of bribery to
burn down the Shook home. The
barn wns burn«<l about ten days be
fore tin hou»-
It was a mass of
flames when th«- hr«- was discovered;
nt night, aud nothing was saved. The
house took hr«' from the woodshed
which was also wt on fire, the offi
cer believe, by someone who had a
grudge against the David Shiaik fam
ily or by some person for them. The
loss wus >15.000. nnd there was no
Th«- officer« now think they ar«- on
th«* right trail, und that the worn« n
arresti-d will furnish them with In
formation that will clear up the mys
Jacob Heuck was here .Monday for
th«- purpose of seeing som«- own-
« is of land In the Upper country, who
leslde In Klamath Fulls. Mr. lleuck
«•lutes that I k - I m well satisfied with
tin- progi««sa that is being mud«- In
»«■curing th«- requisite number of
aerea to insure th«- commencement of
the Horsefly project.
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Guthrie, former
I« sldi'iits of Capetown, South Africa,
are guests at the Morgan liouse on
East Main stie«t. Mr. Guthrl** Is a
food chemist and «•«■real mill expert
and is looking into the possibilities
in hi» lln<- in this necton.
Stephen ti,ow drove home Thursday
from Ashland, where he t«M»k his
wife for nn operation a week ago.
Mr Imw drove thrpugb In one day,
and found the roads in good condl-
He left his wife well on the
way to recovery.
Dr itambo, a new arrival from
Vancouver, has rented office rooms i
over the Klamath County Bank, and
will fit them up for dentistry rooms
At prevent Dr Ratnbo and family are
stopping at th«- Orendorff, formerly
the Klamath houne.
• W I. Bai<lay, who has been em-
ploye«l by th«- government as clerk at
th«- Agency, has been transferred to
th« H'Mipu Agency, near Eureka. Cal
Mi and Mrs. Balclay |«>ft Tuesday
Tile tirsi load of newly cut lumber for their new- home.
from the Meadow laik«- Lumber com
Mr and .Mrs F. F. Briggs of the
pany's mill was brought luto the city
Thursday by th«' traction engin«-. and Briggs orchestra, that have furnlabed
delivered at th«' Meadow Lake com music for th«- Iris theater, will take
n well-earn«-d rest nnd spend th«- sun
pany yard» >>n Sixth street
Th«- new lirldg«' built by th«- com i.it-i .n the vicinity of Meadow Lake
pany was us«-d by the traction en saw mil).
gine. which handled itself wqil. C.
Mr. Spencer, who rorcently caine
D Moore will have charge of the local
here from Riverside, has purchased
Frank Mat’ornick is th«- president, a home in this city; also a ranch near
Members of Mr. Spencer's
J. T. Getty the secretary and F. T. Midland
Higgins the tn-asurcr and manager family have been ill since coming
of the ii>ni[»nj
GETS Ills HOUSES BACK
Jack Moor«' returned on Thursday
fiom a trip to Medford, where he
went to get some mortgaged horses
Ix longtng to him. which were taken
to Medford and sold. Whil«- away
Mr. Moore sold Barney, his buggy
horse, well known In this city. Mr.
Moore brought back with him a lurg<-
quantity of roses from Medford. The
Herald olDce was one of those re-
inemlicred in Mi Moore’s distribu
GameWsrden Alva Lewis is search-
| ing for Frank Besaer, a woodsman,
j whom he suspects of killing ’>o deer
out of season at Odessa recen^. Bes-
, ser hns been tracked over the moun
tains as far as Blue Canyon, and dep-
1 titles are watching for him. The
killed were a buck and a doe.
good portion of the meat was given
to parti«-« about Odessa,
Raises the dough
and compile» with
ail pure food laws.
Hans Nylund, from the Klamath
Agency, has gon«« to Ixibanon. Neb .
to Assist in closing up the eHtate of
his father, who recently died. Mr
Nyland has just closed a deal where
by he purchased the E. I. Applegate
ranch, consisting of 190 acres, that
MI kh P«arl Harding left on Sun- iiow adjoining the Dr. Best ranch on
day for a visit at Glendale
Goodrichs Cash Store
Commencing Monday, June 6th we
will inaugerate the biggest sale ever
held in Klamath County
of Goods will be closed out—Absolutely Everything in the Store
This slaughter sale will consist of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings, Carpets
Come in and Let Our Prices Talk to You
The entire stock is new; no shelf-worn goods; nothing in the store older than
September 15, 1909
You want to save money on supplies. Here’s your opportunity.
The old prices are marked in plain figures. No goods remarked.
These prices will be cut to cost for your benefit.
Jas. Smith arrived hen- Monday
morning, coming overland from Pen
dleton. Or«-gon. with a bunch of
horses nnd mules, having sold the
greater part of them before reaching
Are you from Missouri? Come in and
we will show you
L. A. Crance and .Mr. Walters of
Ashland have brought in a bunch of
sheep, consisting of 550 head, that
wil! be kept in Klamath county. They
are in charge of J. H. Harrington.
Corner of Main and 7th Street
Klamath Falls, Oregon
M. Ii. Bush of Chehalis, Wash.,
who has been looking over the coun
try for th«- past week, is very much
impn-ssed with this s«»ctl<>n. and is
making arrangem< nts to purchase
property. He Is an old friend of Mr
Dulaney of the Monnrch Mercantile I
company. and says he Is quite sur«-
that a number of hts Washington
friends will come here to locate.
Mrs. Field, who for some time was
proprietress Of the Women's Ex-
change In this city left on Sunday
morning for points In California,
where she will visit with relatives.
Mrs. Field has many friends here
who will regret to learn of her de
parture, and she carries with her
their best wishes for her success.
I,. E. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. I.ea-
Pr Nowton of Portland, nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. I.. H. Newton of Hornbrook
United Press Service.
a< rived in this city Sunday by auto
HOME, lune 2. Today was Popo mobile, nnd will spend several days
Pilis' 75th birth day, and it was cele In looking over the country, They
brated with unusual enthusiasm by are stopping at th«- Hotel Livermore.
diplomats nnd < lericais, who congrat
ulated hint. Th«» Pope said. "The
('. W. Sherman Sr. of Dairy has re
\ffoctlon of my people ns well as of cover) <i •iifflelontly from his recent
lb oho of opposite faiths Is very dear severe attack of rhaiimatlsm to per
mit him to make a trip to thia city.
Ills many friends hope to roc hint en
tirely freed front this painful trouble
within a very short time.
l-oi-E Pit :. CEl.KBItATEN
SEVENTY-FIFTH IlIRTHD n
Jno. G. Patterson, C. I. Anderaon
United Pri'sa Service.
STOCKTON, June 2. The Cali j nnd wife, A. D. Wooden nnd H. H. ■
fornit State longue, outlaw lant year i Hoyt were visitors in th«» city Fri- 2
.«nd Class It this, is to he reduced to day from Morrill.
If he takes the Republican. If he
does not urge him to do it, so as to
lend a hand in the fight for his