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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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Mill Hot Dally.
Our AdvertlMrt Oct
The Beit Results.
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BE MADE AN ANNUAL EVENT
OREGON, TUESDAY. JUNE 15, 1909.
Prick 6 Cents.
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rii et Iblt uiganliatlun In carry-
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Sf XiaDi c.i,orauuqa n,e werii
ill tttf la It t tl. but bulbing bai
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lit t'.f (trnltal ol Iks nonlm. I
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itf lt loon Io0t Tho trluui
aunt lU rotii tt tbtlr ittlf-
Ui ttUtltllum rtcb )hi, but II
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IWfttSl lu hal II cab to lu Ibn
f-TC'WMlllf iif'ih (libit:
kumntcf of Ibo UuncUt. ibu
ui.tt t,J iinall otti, tuoi ubri tin
jbaj on.i but I Lid lu mil until I
ctui tu KUn.tlh I'llli Ufuic I it-
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uilbutr tutioumlod by nm,, ,;or.
toln tht ,,, ,, , B1 ;cyp,n
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HHtk of tb Aliiku-Vukoti-l-aclflc
i:ipo.lilon at H.iitlu bai a llfotltnc
of hHuh,, lu an huur or lo
To ID0I. l,U,ll boiwl wltb fv
bd klihvi bvm louMtlimt, Ihu Pay
Hluik h I'atiitliu tno If'lt In
lv If HUht-i linn- li ibu tmu
milli loo.. tallMt). biri. hv It (),(
Ibtoutb a bilf-mllu of undfrcround
luU In ball i miuuic
Kot ibe btatc tLn. arc Ihc Tool,
lib llouiu and Ibu Mountain Slldv
In tl.u flfit tbu tlctltn ttandi on hit
lnj otiv minute and on bit foot the
nl lilt bit It mdilcnly ipt
(ruin bit inrtd and wbllo bu It vainly
icticblnc loi li It comet back at
lookl. .U lb. .unifuu of cry luMM,,x , rM M(1 UoJi M hu
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to..kr c.IbI ,.,r,..,.,n ttd .nd ,1Jv, ,,, MM na)ebt anJ
ftllitblc l.bor lb romtnlltt- In B0B6UlM tCllh ,wJ
cb.. of tbl. nl of tbr woti.m ; ,., , ,. of tl)0 Mun(ur
mt, ..II fi kouJ of lb. rnuli of ,j Mo,rlffillCi . .ieor,B. of ,,,
ant ttltlu of liuncladt It ictlltllc-
'OB KL.UIATH KALIS
fb.i uu 770 nld aduiliiloDt
lo ibo hill urounds yoitorday attor
noon to wiuicm ttio tamo botwaon
t.akevli- and KlainMh Fallt Tliln
im not n-nrvaont llio total number
of iiitctfttori, at there wcro many
but bilnx familiar wltb Ibo n'ttu on.
trance who took a thort cut and did
not coma in contact with tbo tlckot
man Thvrc wai no qut-itlon but
what enryono not tbilr monoy'a
worth wbuthcr they paid or not, ui
It wat u rial ujcCI.ij time
Tbo flnul tcoiu, which was 11 to 4,
doi-t not uactly rcnumnt the differ.
enco In Ibu to uamt, nlthouirli un
'lurttlunably l.akoMo bad tho
IroiiKcr hunih Thuy iccurt-d aei
rat run which they woro not en
titled lu on account of error by tbo
Tbo LakuWew boyt left for homo
Iblt mornliiK, ai It wan Impottlbto
fur ll.im tu icmalu otir for thu und
of Ihu t.rlit Tlivy will bo conci-dcd
thu chamnlontblp, at It It ndmlltcd
that tin. ulhur tcami uro hardly In
Ibilr clam The Uonanza und Klam
ath Indians played Iblt aftorooou, nl-
tboiiKli ihe-y wore a llttlo handi
capped on account of tho dampnett
of the Krounde
PLANNING LOCATION OF
THE CRATER LAKE HIGHWAY
iWO ACCIDt.MH YEUTEnUAY.
Only two nccldontt occurred yettor
day to mar tho plcaiurot of tho cele
bration The first wai during the
parade, when an lll-advlied race by
omu of tho horieback rlderi oe
curred on Main afreet. Two hone
ridden bv tounv ladtoa worn frltht-
cnod and ran Into n ll.hl decorated Tho flr,t clrcu t0 nhlbit ln K1m'
bugKy driven by Mr.. Zlm Baldwin. j,th Fal1 g"vo two P'" -
rcaullInK In considerable damage to
Engineer Heidel, of Department of Agri
culture, Who Will Select the Route,
Is Now In the City
8.NOWH OREATER HIIOWS.
Ol'X CtfU NIIOOT.
.w-t,n v .aa v vv porir ,lly U(,n nlm , ,, atM ,hc
rr. ni tbo Mil of fur toBilit-'i.aou, ,W(c 0( (M,r,but ,, por.
Iu( uf umI brant btrad and (oflif itratil
lluutbt tear at band tupplltd lor a j,m( AUlkll ,,rlt, W1 Blh
tmall (barer taladi, rtke and jUt.',ott ,no Klondyke dance ball, but
If j rtratn and iberberti Tbtre wt )ou vu) "wH- dtlnkt
an ampU tupply of irr)tbln nl Tbo Ktklrao llli(e take Ibo Mt-
bcti lb ablartalnmtnl wat oitr Ibk'iltor on a Juurnu) tbrouib thu IM
InJlant were (htn LI rtmalnrl'coxb The ncit nop It tbc Trip on
uer .bkb ivprtntrd a (uud u(t ibr Vukcn. white a boat It furnltbrd
lawiUoei on tbo batgit, all addojl... Tbv tnrat wa tuokrd to Ktfie tnd In a llnkllr.f the tecne It
U IU Uaaly and brilliancy uf thr',un tB Klttj ne tbr rumptlrcrn't tbanicol lo a broad panoramic rlier
KtiaJta aad t a inod.l tin w bleb ' ( ,,lrj u0 m. coSw and lani rrv'Tbe Htrult of Cairo, llltlvlaud and
frttit titbit of Iblt chaiaclci inayka uo cru.dlng and no InniDtcn- Ha I'atee furnlih a touch of high
W Htlcmtd ' Tho truth uf tbvte Irrer and tbr tertlce thloucbout r. m,. (ur all The nolte, the crovdt
nsaiii u mad inorv (nrclblo btn
I It eotildrrnl Ibo gr.al tarlcly of
Mgti ibai may lx carrlid uui
naai. atlotli the different rlrlr.
Oa all of Ihuto and tnolo- ma) br
ntKrdd and lllumlualcl by Ibo
flt detliai In lanlerna Tbr lake
wM U nrung with tmall clrciilr
IU tDtated In thu lanlernt of Ibo
! and would form a tpcclaclg
IUI would b tbo moat gurgeoua
'Ul iBtglBtblo Tu tbo Chauibor uf
reKtrce mutt for all llruo remain
" tfedll for Iho Inauguration uf
incit eicellenl and the eiclteimnl of the l'a) Htreak
Of oto Iblcg lb tlly ma) U- proud make II an Immentil) populr place
- In addition lu Ibo tuctiat attend
ing Ibo (clrblatloa Hat Ibelo It an
uiganlialloii here lulu .bote bandt .tick at u lery (Kan llltlo boy,
future e. ol of a tltnllar naluti" and .llil dlgutld liltu One day ho
may bo tnlruitod llb co&ndrnco 'found a lxir llttlo itancd klltcu
ItoubtlrM tucb dutln would I ar- rruUchlug In a ditch at the- roadtldo
copied llb tome reluctance, but It ,Dj hi brought Ihu wet, mudd Utile
It Ullirl Ibat thlt (an be outcome, ma ,m,. nh blm
rtilally In lew of the fact that the ,. tk u U the hydrant and care-
lpnplo of Iblt fit) thoroughly appro- fu, nmed off all Ihu mud. but lh
ctalu Ibo work done, and will un- ,Dl)C)( Ma too gnat for the tick
duubleilly ttand read l finance any- km allt ,llt trcatta of llfi diparti'd
Hick brought her lo hit mother,
who nclaliued at the slfiht of the
wil drooplug klltiti "Why. Dick
what ban- ou done
' "rlho wui all mud, and I waihtd.
Thu trap aboot c.lu'n b tho Crater
Lake Quo Club attracted a great deal
of attention ycttcrday nnd compotl.
lion wai keen among Iho contettantt
Each participant was glu-n Dfty blrda
and while- no records were broken
tho retultt were ery antltfactory
when It la (oneldertd that this la tbo
second ahoot of the neaton and that
the compliant hate had very llttlit
practice Tbo result of tho ahoot wai
C McDonald, 40, II I Hoc, 43.
0u Chlldcrt. 41; lko Hampton, 3S,
V S McaiLIS, U'm McCullum, 34.
i; W Muller. 31. U. Jacobaon, 22.
Tboro weto three1 caali prizes for
tbo winners lu tho ahoot flC, 1
and 13 The tucceatful contcstooti
wcro C McDonald, II P Hoc)' and
MR1ALIH1 LLCTIHK TO-XIOHT,
Ocorge V llllncr, Socialist candi
date for gnternor of Kansas, villi
speak this ciculng ut the' Courthouto
grounds on "Socialism as u World
Mou'mcnt " No one can afford to
remain Ignorant In regard to tbo
greatest political motcmont In his
tory ur tho program of a political
pari) which bus a dues-paying mem
borthlp that Increased from 10,000
In 1901 to 40,000 In 190S and cast
half a million totes ut tho last presi
Furniture for Sale A quantity of
now Household furniture. Inquire of
Staldcr In Wagner house near Cath
olic church 15-4t
thu buggy, but fortunately no ono
Tho second accident occurred In
tbo etonlng, when the carriages wert
returning from tbo 0:30 train. Tba
Llu-rmore Hotel bus, driven by Joe
Moore, was upset In tho cast end of
town und a number of tho passen
gers Injured, although nono sorlout
I). Mr. Moore Is considered one of
the beat and most careful driven In
tho city, nnd ho naturally feels very
had over tho accident. In the rush
to make tho trip by the tlmo the ball
gam nnd the circus were out, all tho
teams were driving fast Tho but
was heaWly loaded and It was a won
der that more were not Injured.
U II Itaymond of Manhflcld had
has shoulder dislocated and was
taken ut once- lo the Klamath Hospi
tal, where ho rccclud medical at
tention Others receiving Injuries
were I)r and Mrs Itohm and Joo
lloefer of Itcddlng.
8I8KMOHK TO KXCIAGK IX
Dan Ryan of Fort Klamath has
told his storo to Lindsay Blsomoro.
Mr Itan bai been in tbo mercantile
bualncas for n good many jcart and
enjoys an extensive patronage. Mr.
Slicraore Is Interested In one of the
blgscst livestock companies Id Wood
rhr. and Is ono of tho most success
ful men of that section. His popu
larity nnd wide acquaintance will as
suro him success In bis new location.
IT SHOCKED THEM.
tcrday to crowded houses. Tho dif
ferent acta went oft wltb a dasb. The
children wero delighted wltb the
trlcka of tho dogs and ponies, while
the daring feats of the trapaie artists
and other aerlallsts filled the spec
tators with awe and astonishment.
The show will give their last per
formances thlt afternoon and even
ing and wo bespeak a rare entertain
ment for those who attend.
CPI'ER LAKE NOTES.
Stoamcr Hooligan took a logging
donkey engine up the lake for Long
Lake Lumber company on Saturday.
Steamer Mazama sustained some
Injury to ono of her propellers on
her last trip down nnd Is now on the
wa)s for a few hours In consequenco.
INDIAN WAR DANCE.
Tho Indian war danco did not como
off last evening as scheduled, but this
Interesting event will bo given this
evening at tho baseball grounds. Tho
danco will begin at 6:30. This will
bo well worth seeing.
ONLY THREE OF
Route on West or East Bide of Lake
Reins Discussed Latter
Tho pioneers of Klamath county
bad a very Interesting time In tholr
reunion yesterday. Tho names of 183
wero received who located hero dur
ing and prior to 1SS7, and It is prob.
fcblo that there Is a largo number
who were not present. O. A. Stearns
has the distinction of being tho old
est Id point of residence. He located
Id Klamath county In 1(67. John
M. Corbell and Stephen Stukel came
here the following year. In IMS.
Two small children, hearing older
persons refer to tho cat's tall asahls
ebenezer, camo homo from church
one day very much chagrined, say
ing, "Tho choir sang a dreadful song,
but wo did not take an) part." On
being questioned It was found they
bad sung that good old hymn, "Here
I'll ralso mine Ebenezer."
A YOUXa HERO.
Ik Hat with a Pedigree and a guarantee
ome new, tnappy itylei juit received
U-r. Dlc roiilltil "Oh, IMik." his j
mother ld iorrolull). "I in nfrahl
line's dead l'l 1"I l"fke'l
land gtlevid Mr it moinint then bis
Ifaee llghti J up lt K'iam "' tow"
I fort at he exclaimed
"Well, the died clean an) v. a) "
KXOl (III TO SCARE AM" OXE.
Whllu out walking with lur u
land mama one da), rioiemc, aged
I four, inn miiiiu llttlo dlbtunee ahead
As she gol ncir mule hitched to
I farmer's waM'ti the uulranl began to
biu). Hhu wheeled lustantl). und
jruunlogtolni mother as fust as she
could go, said lu round-eed aston
ishment, "Oh, maroo, mnilln W
Ladles, havo you seen tbo Harring
ton Wishing Machine! C.I IB. F.
Allen. Marshall House, lie wl" com
god do jour washing free. Try It. 1
WELL IMPROVED FAIUl of
Joo .croe. 10 mile. Bouthwe.
of Klamsth Fall.. Will .ell"
, whole or in Prt. Term.,
part down, the balance In de
r. A. EMMITT
. the Poat Offlc.
During tbo dally bath of two young
somi, ages two and tbrco and a half,
the mother was suddenly called to
tho telephone. On her return she
found them both out of tbo tub, thor
oughly excited. Thereupon tho older
"Harold aus about to go down In
Iho hole, but I got him out, muvvcr.
I got him out!"
Orgsaulzid for the frotoctlou
of the lluyer mid Seller of Real
Property and (ho promotion and
Improvement of Klamath County.
D. B. CAMPBELL.
P. L. FOUNTAIN,
T. W. STEPHENS,
FRANK HU WHITE,
Transactions with say of, the
above dealers Insure protection.
NOT LIKE PAPA.
A bright llttlo fellow was taken to
u barber shop for thu first tlmo to
havo his hair cut, and as tho barber
was in u distant part of tbo shop for
n few moments tho small customer
said in lowered loncs to bis father:
"i'ap.i, you must tell tbo man that
I am not to bo shaved."
Llttlo Harold, aged six, felt very
proud whon ho donned his first pair
of ti outers. Taking hi three-year-old
brother behind the door he wat
overheard to say, "Willie, Willie, do
you remember me?''
John QUI, representing J. K. 0111
Stationery house of Portland, hu
been In tho city for a tew day en
Joying tbo celebration nnd getting ac
quainted with the trado. Mr. dill
was formerly a member of tho State
Found Baby's gold ring, with
small get. Owner can have tame by
calling at Herald ofllce aad paying
for this notice.
Moroy L. Applegate la in the city
for few day from the Lavm Beds.
taking in the celebration and meet
Lost Between Eleventh street
and the Llvermore Hotel, a pair of
spectacles, with one bow gone; In
case. Finder will leavo at Llvermore
Hotel and receive reward. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Chambers, who
havo been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.
S. Smith, left this morning for their
home at Eugene.
"Tho Squaw Man" was played to a
crowded house last night and the lies
Company won many now friends In
their tine presentation of this West
Lost On circus grounds, a long,
gray purse, containing change In sil
ver. Finder will please notify this
Tho teouls tournament had to be
postponed on account of tho rain.
Engineer Heidel of the Depart
ment of Agriculture arrived In the
city last evening. Mr. Heidel Is the
engineer who will have charge of the
selection and laying out of the Crater
Lake road through the forest reserve.
A meeting of the Crater Lake Road
Commission was slated to meet la
this city, to-day, but aa there are only
three members present Dr. J. M.
Keeno of Mcdford, Oeorge T. Bald
win and L. F. Wllllts an Informal
meeting was held aad an adjourn
Mr. Heidel has made a trip part
way over the route of the road from
Medford to tho lake, and It la bis la
tcttlon to go from Klamath Falls tu
Crater Lake. It ha finds that the
snow In tho park Is too deep at the
present time ho will return later to
mako the trip. '
Ono of tho most Important, loca
tions to be made la that ot the road
from the lake through Klamath
county. There Is some dlftereneea of
opinion as to whether the
should bo located on the east or i
sldo'ot the lake, the general (
however, favoring the east sitte: The
peoplu of Wood river are very
anxious that the road be built down
the center of the valley so that It
will touch at Fort Klamath, aad
there would probably be an advan
tage in this, in that It would be more
permanent than n road .built along
the foot of tho mountain.
It Is conceded that a road along
tho cast side ot the lake would bet
ter accommodate the large aumber
of tourists, a practically ail ot them
coming to this section will visit the
resorts on the lake. With the road
on tho east tide, atop can be made
without any Inconvenience. Another
advantago would be that the road
would traverse a greater portion ot
the forest reserve, and a great deal
ot work lo securing rlgrts-of-way
would be eliminated. "
Charles a raves la la the city from
Odcll, tho farthest postofBee from
Klamath Falls in the county.
U-Need-a McBrlde'a U-Eat-a Sandwich J
LATEST POPULAR CANDY
Made from Cream,
Sugar, Nntf and Fruit
in ror sale oy au
Owe confectionery Stores
Silk Flags, Wool Flags, Bunting Flags and Muslin
Flags one inch to twelve feet long. Besides, we have
Bunting, Crepe and Tiaaue Paper, Paper Napkins
and everything required for Railroad Day decoration.
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
Star Drug Stor
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