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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1910)
Bob Adam* of Merrill was here on
II. 8. Adams of Worden was
W. Ritter of Merrill wan at th«* Llv-1
A small Umber fir* Is burning near
H. D. Ban urn is at the Livermore
from W«*ed. Calif.
Dr. I.. I. Truax of Bonanza was nt |
.1 11 Wheeler was down from Fort
•Jeorge W. White of Crater Is regts
the Livermore Monday.
tered at the lakeside.
Mrs. F Swingle of Ashland was at
Hats at Wagner A Moore's tnilll- >
J. C. Ferguson of Merrill had busi
ii<* j store. 25c and r.p.
the Livermore Saturday.
ness here Wedn«*sday.
F W Broadsword of Uonanta was
II. Nylaudor was down from the
D. M. Griffith camo down from
a LivertnoA* guest Monday.
1 Klamath agency Saturday.
Eagle Ridge Tuesday night.
J. F. Adams Jr. of Merrill
J. F. Adams Jr. and Robert Adams
S. B Cram* of Reno, Nevada, Is
businetui here Monday.
were up front Merrill Tu«*sday.
' registered at the Livermore.
John Ellis cant«* down from 1
Georg«« Loooeley was a delegate to
John Shook came tn trom Dairy to
the county republican convention to Klamath on business Monday.
attend th«* countv convention.
D. W. Peel was down from th«*
Mr. and Mrs. Turner of San Fran- j
D. L. Smith and W. V. Thode of Klamath agenev Monday.
cisco returned front a trip to Fort
Orland, Calif., are at the l-ak«*side
Klamath agency Sunday night.
J. H. Wheeler was down from Fort
C. A. Bunting was >»P iron» Merrill
to attend th«* republican
today to attend the county conven tered at the Livermore Saturday.
Mr». E Chrisman and Adelaide
Teams are busy hauling dirt frotu Laweview on busin«*ss Saturday.
of Sacramento are regis-
I. B. Bateman and wife of Ashland
the lots where the new Odd Fellows’
U*r«*d at the Lakeside.
temple Is to stand.
Mr*. D. S. Painter and son David
I). C. Preveler of Crescent City,
..* came down from
L. F. Kittinger
for Portland Tuesday morning to
the new town of
c. Crater 'Tuesday
visit friends nnd relatives.
•light for supplies.
went to Bly on the*Auto Saturday
II. Crummey, of the Ransotn-
Miss Snelling returned to her home
Crumtney Paving company of Oak-1
in Lakeview Thursday on the stage,
C. O. Radcliff«* brought a party land, is at the latkeaidt* Inn.
after a short stay here.
down from Bend in his auto last
II. V. Gates, accompanied by his
A few dollars wisely invested ncr j
grandson*. Carroll and Millard Oates.'
in Klamath real estate may make yon I
Mrs. Steve Stukel and Miss Goldie j Saturday afternoon for Hillsboro.
an independent fortune. Ask Chilcot *
Stukel were registered ¡it the Liver
Charles A. Thomas and wife were I more Mouday
1». Mason of Los Angeles, ami Mrs.
down from Crescent Friday. They
J. H. Hobbs was up from Merrill |
were among the first settlers in that today attending the republican coun- [ Geo. T. Baldwin went to Spring creek
Wednesday morning for a week's
H. M. Card and wife of Portland
Frank Hedrick was one of the r«»-
Mrs. Richard Hover, who has been
sent to Eagle Ridge Wednesday to publican delegates to th«* county con
stopping at the Lakeside Inn for t»v- i
spend a few days at that delightful vention Saturday.
««ral days, received work yesterday
A. E. Rignian and R Hume of that her father had died, and she left
Mr. and Mrs. Fid C. Evers left for from Bend Friday night and returned
for home in San Francisco on th«*1
Medford Friday morning, where Mr. to that place Saturday.
Evers will work as a linotype oper
Percival ShoB went to San Fran
The beautiful r«*sort* on the Up
ator on the new paper, the Sun
cisco Sunday morning, where he will
per lake are attracting more atten
Mrs. J. Foster, who returned Tues- ( remain for several days.
tion every year, and th«* residents of
Jay night from a visit in Portland.'
S. P. Gardner was down from the
left for her home near Summer lake Fort today as a delegate to the coun this city are beginning to appr«*clate
the <>pportunitl«*a for r«3cr«Mition that
In the Lakeview auto W«*dnesday.
ty republican convention.
are offer<*d by th«* many beautiful
F. S. Frasier went to Fort Klamath
T. E. Hovt was a visitor at th«
places surrounding Klamath Falls.
Afedn«*sday to purchase som«> of th«* county convention today. H«* is on«*
John Irwin left
fine fat cattle that are raised on Ute I of th«* delegates from his precinct.
fertile ranches of that portion of
The Winenia. the Klamath, th«*
Curlew and the S. P. launch were all i with his mother for four or fiv«*
Mr. Irwin makrs an annual
M. L. Anderson was in from I-^n- loaded with excursionists to Rocky i
pilgrimage to his old home to hold
geil valley Thursday after supplies.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and th«* hand that rock«*d his cradle and
He says that the crops in that part
moulded a character that inust^n her
of the county will be a little short on Miss Alma Wilson were up from Mer- |
d«*clinlng years fill her heart with
account of lack of rain.
J. L. Fielder has about recovered Livermore hotel.
Up to the time the new councllm«*n
from the injuries surtained in the
were elected there were enough chairs
runaway a few days ago, and was
for all the members to have seats
driving about the streets Friday. His w«*eks with friends anti relatives in
'■ around the clerk's table. When the
many friends are glad to see him out
Dr. Ida S. Stone, a<:coui|«anlen by new members were installed some of
mother. .Mrs. Skelton, will leave j them were compelled to take seats on
W. G. Harn and C. Dewein of I
morning for Portland, whe**e 1 the benches provided for visitors. .
Berkeley, Calif., came down from the
Since the last meeting new chairs
Ppper lake Thursday, where they Mrs. Skelton will visit with relatives
! have been secured, and now all the
•tad been enjoying a few days' outing
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. E. Fitzpatrick , members can have scats In the official
on the streams in that portion of the
Sat Francisco left Saturday morn circle.
Mrs. A. B. Livermore and son,
for Silver’s place, w here they wtll
J. H. Boiler of Manhattan Kans.,
returned Friday, from a few
arrived here on Thursday for a visit camp for a few weeks. From there
«lays’ stay at Eaglt* Ridge, «here'
with his brother. R. Boiler, He is
they went to secur«* a much-n«*«*ded
on a sight-seeing trip through the returning to their home
rest. They are delighted with th«*)
West, and stopp«»d over on his way to
resort, and think it Is one of
ty, Oregon, and who is superintend
places to enjoy a vacation
C. E. McChesney returned from the ent of the schools of that city, left
that can be found in this part of the j
Upper lake Tuesday night, where he
state. They spent part of their time,
had been for several days enjoying after a brief stay in this city. He
at Rocky Point, where they also
•he pleasures of that part of the coun
greatly enjoyed themselves.
try, and left for his home in Seattle. Shaniko.
Everybody seems to be after land
I these days. The other day the Home
W. R. Parker will give an exhibi-
Realty company put out a sign for six
tion of fancy shooting here Fridav
homesteads that were available for
He represents the Remington Arm«’,
entry. They had about thirty appli
company and the U. M. C. Ctrtridgc
cants in one day and a number of AIM »IT SPECIFICATIONS OF W AR
company. The place of the shoot will
REN <'»INSTRUCTION CO.
l»ersons have gone out to look at
be announced tomorrow.
Rev. M. M. Bledsoe will preach at
J. L. Yaden will .begin the erection
Pine Grove, near Olene, Sunday. of a neat bnngalow on
his lots on Wil»«Hi. Ston«*, Obcnchain and Faught
There is to be an old-fashioned bas East Pine street In the
<»piwnu* the .Adoption of the
ket dinner, and there will be a large addition very soon. It will be seven
crowd to hear the eloquent pastor of rooms, with a concrete block founda
the Klamath Falls Baptist church.
tion. and will be one of the neatest
F. W. Payne, who came here from places in that part of town when It is
The adjourned meeting of th«* city i
Goldfield. Nev., a few days ago, has completed.
council was called to order at 2:20
fitted up a nice summer home on
Dr. George I. Wright and wife have p. nt. Tuesday, every m«jmtx*r being. owners that the street on which that*
Upper lake, and will be as happy as returned from their wvdding
The silifications of the I property abuts is to be paved with a
a clam all summer. He is enthusi through the east. They were mar- Rumsey-Crummy company and the specified pavement. In the notice of
astic about the possibilities of this ried at Mrs. Wright's home in
Wis- Warren Construction company wen* | intention to pave must be included
consin a few weeks ago. The doc* read, and after du<* deliberation the th«* kind of pavement to b<* laid and
O. M. Hector bought the Colburn tor's many friends are glad to wel- , specifications of the Warren Con- i the coat.
This you hav«* not don«*.
place of eighty acres yesterday, and come him and his estimable wife to struction company, which means that You called for bids for hard-surfaced
will make it an up-to-date ranch. It Klamath Falls.
Main street, from the bridge to Elev-! pavements.
No particular kind of
Is located about three miles south of
■ pavement was specified, and it is this
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Withrow and enth stre«.*t, and Sixth street from
town, at Texttin station, and the con- little daughter, accompanied by Mrs. Main-street to Klniock avenue will be
fact that has nullified your work. If
consideration was 14.000. Mark L. W H. Helleman and son and Miss paved. Th«* vote thereon was as fol-1 you wish to pave your streets you
Burns was the salesman.
must now adopt a certain sptsiflea-
Ina Mackey. w«*nt to Pelican bay and lows:
D. W. Snoddy. wife and daughter, Crystal creek Sunday. The ladies
Y«*s — Willitts, Waldron, Hanks.! tion. either the one we have submit
who came here from Alva. Okla., of the party remained there, and will Summers and Stansbie.
ted or that of th«* Warren Gonstiuc-
Monday, left for Rocky Point Wednes live a life of recreation for the next
Stone, Obenchain, Faught, tion company, or some other; then
day morning, where they will fish for two or three weeks.
I ost your notice of Intention and call
several days. Mr. Snoddy is an old
When th«* intwting wan called to for bids Then you will be in a posi
Hon. H. L. Benson, N. C. Briggs
friend of J. W. Frey, the taxidermist, Jr., Frank Jennings and Cyril Ben- ( order and before the council pro- tion to award a contract. Otherwise,
and is an enthusiastic sportsman. son returned Thursday evening from ce«*ded to the consideration of the your contract, If ,iward«*<l under the
They may remain her? permanently. Spring creek, where tney had spent specifications, Mr. Crummy, who Is present proceedings, will be valueless
The old Masonic hall has been ' several days fishing. 'They were re here representing tho interests of his' and no contractor can accept It ”
moved to its new location on Fifth warded by catching several strings of company, asked and was granted the
Mr. Crummy's attention was «ailed
street, and work will commence on • trout and had a most delightful time privilege of addressing the council.1 to the fact that It was Just this very
the foundations tomorrow. It was a during their stay there.
thing that the council did several
very heavy building, and Mr. Doty
**I wish to state at this time that we week« ago, and it was his comply
Harry Thaw pleaded guilty to as
was comp«dled to put six sets of roll sault and battery on another young have secured ndvfce on this matter, that raised the question of Illegality,
ers under it instead of the customary follow before Justice Miller in the and I wish to inform the council that Considerable dls«*ussion followed as
four sets. There was not a thing courthouse Friday and was fined |10 j the proceedings so far are null and to whether the city had proceeded
broken during the moving, although and costs, amounting to |20. Tho void. If a contract is awarded under legally or not. The mayor stated that
the building was occupied by a large fracas was the outcome of a quarrel th«* pr«*sent proceedings it will not be everything was done on the advice of
stock of general merchandise.
between the two men who work in worth the paper It is written on, and City Attorney Drake, nnd he appealed
J. H. Seymour, representing the the box factory at Shippington.
th«* successful contractor cannot col- to Councilman Stone for an opinion
Pacific Paper company of Portland,
R. Jullediro, a globe trotter, whose i leet a dollar for bls work, if any prop ok to whether or not the city wna safe
is in the city calling on the mer natlv«* country is France, arrived here erty owner wlsh«*d to enjoin him.
In Its present position. Mr. Stone
chants here. Mr. 8eymour Is the res Thursday from Japan, and will take
“The reason for my statement is I stated that while he had not delved
ident agent at Medford, and this Is in the resorts in this part of the state. the fact that you have not proce«*d«*d Into the qiP'Stlon legally, he believed
his first trip to Klamath Falls
He He ha<l heard so much of the Klam according to law. Under the Bancroft that the city wan following the right
was delayed ».? long at Weed that ath country that he concluded to law. under which the cities In Oregon course, and should go ahead and car-
were It not foi the possibility of fu come here while on hfs tour of the must proceed when they desire to 1 ry out the program tinder way. Ac
ture trade, when better conditions world, and will see for himself the pave their streets with any hard-sur cordingly the council then took up
are secured. It wculd not pay him to wonderful scenery surrounding the faced pavement, provides that first 1 the consideration of the specifica
make this territory very often.
th«* council must notify the property tions of the two companies.
Upper lak«* country.
Any time you buy a Hart Schaffner &
Marx suit you are spending your clothes
money economically, but when you get
a chance to buy these famous clothes
at less than the regelar price, you cer
tainly ought to lay in a stock of them.
Tills is the time when we are getting ready for
fall business; it’s the time when you are ready
for summer clothes; we want to clean oft our
shelves, and it’s your chance. The prices we are
making on summer suits would almost make you
think the weather was cold; you know it isn’t,
and we know these clothes are using room and
money that we need. Come in while the stock is
weU assorted; you’ll be amazed at values offered,
$50.00 H. S.
40.00 H. S.
35.00 H. S.
27.50 H. S.
22.50 H. S.
Suit ; 26.45
DECIDE TO OSf MTU1ITHIC MATERIAL
The Portland Store
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx c othes
BERT h. WITHROW, Secretary
DON J. ZUMWALT,
Maps. Plana, Blue Prints, Etc
E. M. BUBB,
Vice President sn i
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
MANY JACK 11A KBITS
WRRE KILLED SUNDAY
Party hVoiii This City Go « hi n Drive
nn«l Slay About 175 of
A party consi»rtlng of Jack Fry, M,
L. Allison, W. H. Wood, C. F. Styk-
ney, W P Manchester, C, 8 Stone
and W. H, Bremer, left thia city Sun
day morning on a rabbit drive near
th«* Merrill road, nnd about 175 of
ill«* long-oared penta fell before their
guna. They all had a Jolly time.
Einniltt Beeson and family left Mon
day morning for Talent, Ore., where
they will again resume their resi
Mr. Beeson’s Interest« in
Jackson county were ao great that it
wns impossible for him to so shape
them as to admit of his living In this
city permanently, a fact which will be
greatly regretted by his mnny friends
I New Blacksmith Shop ••
I il ■ ■
On Klamath Avenue
near 0- K. Feed Barn
< ’ ——————— ‘
:: GENERAL BLACKSMITHING ::
• Horseshoeing a Specialty }
? F. T. ALLEN AND $
IX>I ISIANA UONGREHHMAN
United Press Service.
NEW ORLEANS. July IS. Gon
gressman Gilmore di«*d at his horn«
ut Albina Springs this morning after
a long i!!n«*<m.