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KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1908.
Price, 5 Cents
On the Entire Coast
So Sns Mr. H(itkiniitT On
-Kldiiiiilh lolls Should
food Impression on
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. .1. in k lliM up ntnl tin. lawiiN ami
ji iU 1. uii'iD. l n tli.tt pi'iiple ruin-
i fw MJiiiinH
City and County
Ilis Nettirn IromSiin Iruiu.isto
llu Ilt'dtitilit'd So As loMuku
Visitors mid Strmiqcrs
piene. l..'ll-ti. tin. ihatt.r might
,li In' mu.'ii.leil iii allow hi ll,,, hiiml
1 1 1 1 1 1 r i : i : n u s i.i k.
IIMItCII I lilt sl
I Two itn.tn in ip 30, 1 1 ; , mnl
n.lilri-m. Jll W Iili mreet. i:iik nc.
Orccnti I'liller Won.liinl ss.ci
A er) pli'.ix.uit mnl aKre.'alile v
enlm; Kht'ii Mr anil Mr llut
j',"r nl ,,,,r ,""n" -t"'l) Vel.lllt:
' a Inn)) of the llli:li Kclm.il KlrU
I' a iniii.iti. mirprlm. to Mr
Hull her lull hit ttlli' ini'llieil In lllle
Ixi'ti next " Tin- KlrU imue prepureil
with a vol) p.ilatnlili. mnl KeueioUH
lulu In on ami a tin rr exeiiltiK wait
"iijnusl lit all
An 11.I11 rtleini'iil In tin- I
Mill lnltiK rvklillo 'I IIY IT.
at Klamath Falls' Best
nmtiiiih att itAcnoNH
nut nrni:irr oaknival.
l lli'llk.'iiiii'r, Jr, returned Hat
iihIiii nlitlii fioni ii tilp to Htm Fran
Jilmo. win. id in. vsi'tit In tlm Interest
or tli C'lirnhiil U'lillo In till) lit)'
Mi lleltkemper nrratiKoil with suv-
nil iiltrni tluim v. Mill will liu priMimt
'ml ink.' irnit In tin. Iili liow, Hnv
nil othi't miiiiH.'iii.'iit etiterprlsu un
imxloui. to i oii.i. hero Carnival week
mnl llif iirolmlillltl.'H aru Unit the vlv
Iioim lo tlii Kali will wltnes lliu
Kr..il..l iiKKri'Kutlmi til show over
Kiiilicn il toKi'tlii-r In IIiIn pnrt of thu
Mi (leu () llimiili.nliuric mnl Win.
WiiKiii-i i-ai. In l lie tuoritlriR lor Ho
nmiiii, Merrill mnl other point to
iitlwttlM. tin. fiilr In Hint section of
tin1 ioin.tr) II) tlm lltnu thi'in gen
tl.'iii.'ii ii turn tin. IIIk Carnival will
In uih.TtlH.il from otii. iTiJ of tho
ioiiiiI) to tin. other Tlii-y will I'll
deiit.il lo inter tin. I'titlru (oillit)' be
fori' tin') ri'turii The lomiulttoo havu
milted m'M'M.I tliiii.KiiiiJ attractive
poster. ioki'IIiit wIlli other adver
tising matter, whlili will lie dlstrlb
ntnl In illfl.'r.iii iiurtit of tho county
'llu. . iiinii.ltt...' will lioM ii niM.tlnK
tonight mnl will emluit..r to Kit tin.
irn.:niiii in uliiipe lor tin. wi.i'k.
HI IMICMi: I III IIT 'KI MrMIl
MClirollll l.igl'Olt AHK
('oimlilernlili' alletitlon will In1 Rlv
en next week hy tint llijuur nd pro
hlliltloti IntereHti. to thu hvnrlnK of
the Mi'ilinrd llipior ram. In tint 8u
pretii.i Court at Halein
'I he Mi'iUoril ll'iuor uto linn Ihiti
net lor heiirliiK In the Hupreii.it Court
Wi'ilni'mla). ()i loher T, at III o'clock.
In thin .at" Circuit JihIru llnnna nl
li.ikniiii lounty held that tho charter
ol the .It) ol Mi'iHnrd. adopted by
the people prior to the tcuipernnre
tote nl the penplu laHt J111111, Kan au
preiiie nter the local option law and
lluit ihereliite tiln.i. thu chnrter gave
the ill) the right to limine aaloona
tlie letnpeiiitui. tote In Juno Jih-h not
ai'imiimiiii 'io itini-MT hi:hvici:,
'rhe I'lirent Hertlin han JuhI an-noiiiic-il
the lollnwIiiK appointment"
nil National 1'oreHti.
.I.mpiir 'runKiite. 1'or.Ht Guard on
tlie Crater National Kor.-Ht, OrcKon,
lot ilut) nu tint Klaniatli Indian Hen
iTMitlou. Kohert J MrCanii, Korcut
(liiatd .111 the lieNiliuti'tt National
All the Newest FALL
HATS AND CAPS.
Stetson' and Thor
KOIIKHT Hi:itVICK lli;il,I)H
;oou hoahh in oiti:io.
Itnpnitirini'iit work to hi) perform
ed by the IJi.ltml Htati-H Kort'iit Her
vlci) In tint Htnti) of OrcKon ilurltiK
the pri-Heiil HvaNon will i-ntall an ox-
piimlltiirn of 176,00(1. Tint pinna
tontoiiiplntii that thla money hIiiiII
In. lit Mined In upon I nc the foreitt re-
Ki.rv.'K lo 11 r. liter nan b) lint people
rather than In provldliiK iiiiiiiuth lor
thu renerwt oincem. (iKiiter effort h
will a I no bo pill forth In prevvnllon
and rontrol of fori.ul IIiiii
HulldlnK of roadH and iiiiIIh Im now
In proKrom. In tnnny portlonn of the
atate, nnd when lompleted will bu
InrKvly uti'd by Mock men, tourUtu
and farineri. In croadnK tho ranxoi,
which hato hi'rotofor.t lieon Inacccii
llile. (or tho rt'UHon that tl.tre wax no
one to open them up, A remarkable.
pit-Mi of road work luta jmt been com
lilrhtl In 1 ho Fremont National for.
i-Ht. KlKhteen ml leu of road have
but-ii conittructcd on an air lino be
tween Ijikuvlew and Hlcan. Thla
iiiakot. a Havlnie of 2H houra to thu
traveller between thu two point.
Hy the old tralU it required two and
threo-lourtha ilaya to make the trip
whti h In now accouiplUhed In 12
hours Hlcan la the outllttliiK and
HUpply point for atockmen and ranch-
en of the l.aki-tlew district. Kon-at
Hupurvltor Uuy M. Ingram comtlruct
id thin road on a 12 per cent grade,
Korty per cent of thu dlatanco la cut
throuxh aolld rock, and for a number
of mile il lout about $1000 a mile.
Ijiket lew Examiner.
OOltM.l.VH CO.MKDV COMPANY.
.1 Treat of Hit- Krakori Una lln-n H-
run-d fur the Theatre Patron
of Klamath Fall.
J. M Cattleman, advance aptent
for thu Gorman Comedy Company,
Ik In tho city maklnng arrangements
for the appearance of tnrcompany at
thu Opera llouao on Thursday oven
Inn. October 1st. Krer) thins; about
thla company la high class and up to
date. Comedians that are comedians
and not has been or would bes, that
are ulnger. dancers, the best In their
lino and performers that aro known
for their ability to act. Thi high
class company will present the laugh
Ing comedy success "Who Is Who."
The only serious thing about thla
side-splitting farce la to figure how
to gel a few momenta' easu from
hunt laughter. Everywhere from
thn Atlantic to tho Pacific coast It
hu been a great success and pro
nounced by oil onu of tho funniest of
all funny comedies.
Ilesldus this roaring comedy, there
aro seven all stnr Vaudovllle ucts.
These nets hate been played in all
thu leading Vaudeville circuits of thu
East and West. In this great array
t talent aro Alexis, the world's
greatest Spanish dancer, pronounced
by Prosldent Dlat of Mexico as tho
greatest dancer thai over visited
Mexico. Eddlo Lang, tho Dutch com
edian, singer and dancer. "Enough
said." O'Uay and Gold, high-class
Mnotcli artists, assisted by Miss Dates
In their latcstcomedy playlet success
entitlod "Tho Man." Harold Yates,
minstrel man In monologue sluglng,
dancing and whistling. Ho Is known
as Emperor Yute of tho Fun Trust.
As a whistler ho has few equals.
Jack Keys, tho ladles' favorite, will
render all tho latest song hits of tho
day. Illanchfleld ft Flsbcr, come
dian, In their humorous act, "The
Actor and tho Dutchman." Nothing
but fun nnd lots 01 It and novcr fall
to keep tho audience In n roar of
aughtor. Mcl'hnll tho Great, peer of
ill tomato Impersonators, known as
tho mala Lillian Russell. This act
has beon featured all over tho world
md heralded by tho entire theatrical
world an In n class by Itself. Not
only au Impersonator, but as a so
?iuno singer with a wonderful voice
.hat seems hard to believe tho owner
s not a women, and as a dancer, Mc
Phail Is a past master In tho art with
il graceful movements and gestures,
io all who attend Oormau's comedy
ind vaudovllla entertainment can see
high class performance seldom giv
en by a travailing company and out
)f tho ordinary. At the Opora House
on Thursday evening, October 1st,
for ono night only and at popular
AT THE OPKhA HOV9K.
Now tonight: Tbo Night Watch
man; Elixir of Strength; Uy Uncle's
Tostam.nt, and th great coasting
cone, Bobslolghlng. New Songs.
PLEDGE THEIR SHARE
Judge Neil Promises $50,000
From Jackson County
Geo. I. Baldwin fells of the Enthusiasm at Medford Good
Roads Convention With Klamath's Help Crater
Lake Automobile Road Is Assured of Success
Jude (Jwi T lliildwln returned
Saturday etenlng from Portland and
Mwlford. In spoaklnK of the Hood
ItoadK Convention nnd thu Crater
Lake Hoail committee at Medford,,
ho n)H that It wiih ono of tho most
1'iilhunlnnllc mt-i-tlnKS he over attend
"inij people of Medford aro a'll
alltit," said Mr. Ilnldwln. "They aro
very much In earnest over tho Crater
l.nko rond and If Klamath county
docs as well n Jackson, wit nre as
Hiireil of a state appropriation that
will oaiiiro thu liullillni; of tho road.
Wu cn hardly realize tho vat Im
portanrii of this road for Klamath
county I belleti) tbnl 11 vo ears af
ter the rond I built thu people o.
this county will get back annually,
the money they have spent, from the
tourist tratel from California alono.
"Thu road from Medford to Klam
ath Pall by way of Crater Lako will
bo about 130 mile lone nnd It will
become known a one of the greatest
Kcenlc road in thu world. Thl will
attracts thousands annually from ev
er) part of tho United States, who
will spend weeks and month on their
trip throuKh the country. Tbo Up
per Lake will become onu ast sum
mer rciiort, and it will be impossible
to estimate tho money that wilt be
left In thu county by the tourist and
sportsman seeking pleasure. This
will bu a benefit to ctery property
owner nnd business man In tho county-
"Col. C. H. Jackson, of Portland. Is
ono of thu moat enthusiastic advo
cates of this road. Ill recent trip
throuKh thl county nnd to Crater
Lnku has contorted him Into onu of
thu greatest Klamath boosters we
have, and 1 only wlh It would be
ponslble for him to attend tho Good
lloads mectlne which Is being plan
ned for Klamath Falls. I am afraid,
however, that he cannot bo here, at
least not until after tho coming cam
paign Is nter. Judge Scott has prom
ised to come. Ho Is tho president of
tho statu Good Koads organization.
Tho dato for tho meeting to bo held
at Klamath Falls has not been set
)et, but It will havo to be arranged
to accommodate Judge Scott, who has
engagements to attend a number of
other meetings through out tho
Four meetings wero held on Thurs
day at Medford, ono In tho forenoon,
two in the afternoon, nnd one In the
evening. C. S. Jackson gavo an en
thusiastic talk showing somo of tbo
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. 'tft&SsssssssssBsBr5 v " xX7?WKr fi $? 9
T-Jiy-VX galsssssf 7ntyrT:fcp-lJ
A Peak of Grain in the Barn
Im worth a Bushel In the Field
PtvkM ihm Bmrm hmm m QmotlRwtt
I XL Root and Barn Paint
tVovmito t V mtttH
IS AS NEOESSMY
benefits Hint would bo derlted from
tho building of tho proposed road
from Medford to Crater Lako and
Klamath Falls. In spenklnc of thu
cost of Hiith n road, ho stated thot hit
believed that Jackson and Klamath
would each give 150,000 toward thu
estimated cost, that tho stato would
corao forward with on amount equal
to tho combined appropriations of
tho two counties, nnd tho national
government would no doubt build tho
rond In tbo reserve nrrd Park.
When County Judgo Nell was call
ed upon ho said: "I speak a tho
county court nnd feel suro I shall
have tho support of my constituent
to a man and will nay Jackson coun
ty will glvo $25,000 this year and
125.000 next year, provided jou will
raise. In addition thereto an equal
amount. Judgo Nell spoko with such
enthusiasm In tho c.iso thnt It
brought forth a deafening applause.
It Is estimated that tho cost of
tho road from Medford to Klamath
Fulls will be about $250,000. Of this
Jackson county has pledged $50,000;
Medford, $5000, and the automobile
owners $5000. It Is expected that
tho stato will contribute $100,000;
Klamath county, $50,000, and the
railroad $50,000. Tho cost of build
ing the highway would thus be easily
met. Confidence Is felt that with a
demand from tho entire state, tho
national government would build tho
road through the reserve at a prob
able cost of $250,000. It has ben
very liberal in building roads In oth
er National parks, especially In tho
Yellowstonc.whcre it spent $600,000.
It Is easy to reallzo tho benefit of
tho expenditure In this section of a
half a million dollars for building
roads. The greater portion of tho
expense would bu for labor, as be
)ond a number of road building ma
chines the money would be paid out
In wages. A largo portion of this
money would bo left In the county
for provisions and supplies.
KY TAYLOR HOLDS RECORD.
Whllo It Is well known that Ky
Taylor holds tho record for other
things he has added to his laurels
and now claims to hold the record for
duck hunting in this county, lie
claims to havo never missed a shot
on his trip Sunday and stato that
ho killed a duck for every shell used.
aud as evidence of the fact ho
brought home the duck.
imtok to aMtearanoo
AS FtRE HtSURANOC