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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1909.
BK.NWtN MAKWi AN.
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Wife k0lf U( llll
hal I" be
Hit ktrmlirr he M honor
swsnytsltlun paper pretested t
lejekiMH tot ili removal lu Call
laaa ef til Jural limit" wn0 rlOM
aita) Ha la hunt In our slater
. ili n( luir aamo laws.
i ajgsmaM lUlia HiRi iirrgun num.-
miHfmufBilr rnmlng the stale
sjHMtoatylntoVallfornln but also
Ml IfeVaea tml Idaho mtJ hunting
BWfsUIca without a Keen Bad
saw violating the tarlous i
'' kttl Maaiilimnl itate. have
smUBWsWern lodged with the gov
fflstabi IturtU luado lit him to al
ba hw Oregon hunter In be taken
mnaawHseand irM for breaking
tmmuailkU r(ln on I be part of
.msakeiacutlio o( the tale U due
at lam meeiiiie to the romplelata
Bsfcey U Al lewl, who I a fed
awmaawirdra In addition to koM
hVMMaWloni came tr4a
;lMAkMk CtlltoriiU 4 Orti
Mwlit the Ihrre Mltll.
Una rtiwttcj ui m
h TW.KrIJ, damn Warden MU
hrrlkt titraillllnn of Uwla L.
( thin fill- (o HUklfou
MMT.Cll., iot ho ahoulii b lrl4
7 wnaiwc artuta wig caiirornia liaa
I MwM'Wkllo Ulto Cllr. ThU at
f m kt pari nt Uwl, buwavar,
faltdl, aa will liu rtmiiilMrt't. Iml
ndw It will imilmlil)' kh Imr.l m lift ittix
of IbttUocal liiintnta who, kimwltmlx
or Innotontlr, rtim ttm Him lill ittc
Mtrlxd In llio Intrrval ol tin. ilm,
(lama wnrilrna ar rdUIiik In tut mill
er koalnua In the nitiilt of their ilu
Ilea, and u In tint lurklM Irnim
ireaMtr, a llm limit ol tin. law li
anmnllnica a luna a)i nfT,
Tito CalUnriila Kama wanlmi alalv
In fbvlr tiiinplaliitu to llm aon-rimr
Ikal lb Hunt hern Oraon liunlem
hav Inkiii In llm habit of klilntt
latk arrtM I ho line wlmnriir tbel
Califuralana havn nutten (im duan to
IfiaHr track fur comluit. 'ThU pro
eHur'lhe lame warden tronclr uN
k,Iii, anil now th governor aa
Ikal hit will nld llmni In running In
arlh I ho ovpr-iealiii hlmtiMl ht
aro ihu rarlr ol the threat of
vaianro niadn h) (ho aatno wardrn
thtrartol In their lnirailK of hatiiil
MCa. A wunt Id Ihn wIhi la, of
rottrw, all that I txrcvuaty, and
lierMflor III null" rutnllo thai llm
Oregon hunter will land on llm lino
ami m)I al tho xatno In thn Immrtllato
tlrlallr and let Ihrlr dom do all llm
rrotalng of the-line.
Jante II, Krrlfknon, manager of
I ho Orithouiti theatre, atrong and welt
IIIIITIN'O VV.MA I4IH' tVMVVM'
ATI'IIK Villi THIN MONTH
BLIZZARD IN MMMM.C WEST
Miiiiiky Mornlag (.'itMrat llrmrm
U'ritl for Xoemlfr In Till
Tim Wlllaruirllit valley ami cuait
ntillille of Ihl tato havn liron for
Ihn pant few day In llm grip of tho
coldrt weather erlnired In Iho
a( S3 year. Tim theriiiometer at
Cortland Ioh1 at SN degree aloro
on Monday morning I ho roldeat It
haa eer Im'Ai In Hint city at Ihl aea
mmi of llm )ear alnro I S BO, when It
wa St degre Nlxire,
Through Kailorn Oregon, around
I'endtetnn mid llaker City, Iho ther
mometer Im In-en regUterlng a low
a ! and 6 degree below rero.
Through Montana and Ihn Mlddlo
'il llm leinvcrnture ha been cren
rolder than that felt along Iho roaat
and 'In Northern Oregon, Through
Crew at Mra Tlrririt
and at work lax night. I dead thUj,,,,!,,, wi.contln and Mlnnoola
Mtoralng. Men din rverjr day, but no ln W)lll0 lUfcl, ai niuc, M len )ncnM
man worth white die unnoticed. Over f .w t,,,. r,.n.
kla clrtlo of frlendaln Mr. Krrlckvf Tie 0WMt tho thermomcler haa
ton' raaoa largo circle-lit tho cold cached In Ihl wllon o far waa on
aow that Iho new of death alwaya Monday morning, when Iho mercury
raal. Tit I a man, In look the world
l Iho ) without fear, In bo honeat
aad klad, la to have been worth
kilo, and Mr.yrrlck..u wa all of
Tho Partner' lnidenienl coiniaiiy
haa aow aluutat ronipleted iho new
addition to their "tore al Hllth and
Kfamath avenue, Tho now room
wl Uo aacd a a hardware room, and
aro 40, making Ihn entire build
lag occupM W Ihl company U0a90.
tood at I: degree abovo tho low
eat It haa ever been here, art far a
remembered. Thl wa remarkably
rold weather at thla tlmo of year,
but ran irarrely be wnnderel at when
orm mnildera tho cold wavo which I
aweedng over Iho whole country. So
far a ran bo told, no great damage
ha molted lo'any of Iho crop or
toe k In tho county a yet.
KUIINIrtllKI) room for rcnt.Nlnth and
lluih treet. J. II. Hamilton.
A BwH of rW arrire! at 4
o'rlork thla Mlternooti aatal 0
atoftwrd at the' Utvrmore a4 4
f) latkealeh Inn. The aUaTrrnrt
members of the party uglaKre4
aomtt frooj Harrfca, Cial., othrra
froM Healll aaal lataM4. ThT
arrived ftwaa tho Yt. Kkaawath
rowalr, anal wfcra) fctulWo4 4
aUled that thfjr haallami rrala-
tag flMhrr M hi that reawary' 4
for a iWlaM cuwrim. Ttwy
anirrel la) two raja, aat4 hrnaght
with thraa rook lata tatrwiHa aa4
other Wffraaltlea of raatf) Hfe.
They aoftawl rattwaaely rctl-
real aa4 aaktrUavd ti talk. The
partr waa a largo ob4, aaMI M a
highly Imawoaatale thijr atw llnv
Itrr rraUrra. AH tho rrMraww 4
tolitta to tht raaxrlaaloa that
lltey am rreywra freaa the
roaatry aroaaal OaVH, where a
party has hrrw wwrkhag for the
OrrgoM Traak Ma.
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I'PPKR LAKH KOTMI
Wo underslaad that Roy llarubury
ha rcalgae4 his poaltloa aa oaglL-
driver on the atcamer Hooligan.
Tho freight traalc waa a unit fawr
years ago aad while It Is'dtatcaU to
gl'o a correct eatlawte today. It ia
safe let aiy It will reach aoreral then
aad ton. The Maiaaaa and Wl-
aema hare been crowded to Uatr ca
pacity to more the freight on their
rcspectlre llnee this fall, aad there la
a lot of goods docked here awaltlag
shipment. The steamboat men aay
Iho traSc Ibis year la. double that of
a year ago, with a prospect to doable
again nsit year.
Tho Happy Hooligan, built and
owned by Captain Haak Haasbury, la
auro a happy combine of stern wheels.
fly wheels, sprocket wheels, etc. She
Is In the ciclusWe employ of the Loag
ALL UP TO
COOPKKATIOX NaWMMAKY TO
NRCl'RK PROn9l DMFLAV
teat auortHMt of Mtfil ilili for the youi and old ever ikowi la thto
? mw on dlffOty awl roady for yov lMV'Ktlon. You wtu Mito m troable
fctadyour rk-Jrn ilioptliyj at tilt etore-xl ItEMlMfHK tie drai4
Waniwtaititadl',to await flrat. Choice betweei Udlit aad
ft 123 Talkkft4t.lt locMdi CMIco iiHwH DoU ui Carrie aid
amA aa. . '!
w- ii -MZ.
jko Lumber company and haa towed I
log rafts to the amount of many mil
lions of feet thla summer.
The new steamer North Star, now
on tbo ways, Is the latest creation of
Capt. Ales Nosier. She will he of
one hundred tons displacement, or
the second largest craft on the lake.
She will be of very light draft, a.
stern wheeler, aad about SO horse
power engines, and will be itted up
as a passenger boat.
The steamer Hornet of today la the
old Alma rechrlstened aad aUll doing
good service, owned now by Cantata
Divine service waa not aa welt at
tended last Sunday aa It would hats
U-cn had the weather been ntoro con-
Wilt Harlaad, the sawyer, Is fear
ing n commodious little earn hnllt on
ono of his back lots.
In the last month the stnamers
Eagle, Hornet nnd Mswsa havu all
lcc pressed Into eervlea nt times by
.he 8. P. Ry. Co. While Ike Ma
mma haa little late to inan front
lirr Wood rlrer-rt. Klamath route,
rtill Captain Parker tinea to girt; any
one a life where duty salts,
The chances are fair for the North
Star to be put In commission. Thla
is the new boat that haa long been
oa the waya at Buean Vista landtag..
There will be aa oyster tasaer aad
all-rouad good time at the realdeaee
of Captala Nosier oa Satardaykeea
lag. None bat Inrlted saetU will he
expected at St. Cloud.
MIIST K tN BY ftfXT MOMMY
Chaatbrr of Ceeanwrcej aad C. T.
Oliver ttaef Carts far RahifctU
New Mewdelr Arrtrhag.
Sheaves of grain, mammoth pota
toes, beets, ears of corn and various
other specimens of the different
product of this county aro pouring
In nil the time to the need store and
being arraaged aad gone over by C.
T. Oliver aad his aaslataata la prep
aration for their shipment to tie
Corn Shew at Omaha December th.
The exhibit will be sent to the exhibi
tion nt Chicago Irst, In nil probabil
ity, though as yet thla Is not entirely
All the farmers and ranchers,
business men nnd other residents of
this section who have anything what
ever that will evidence the alawet
bouadleas resources of this country
should send their specimens In to C.
T. Oliver before Monday, or at the
very latest Tuesday morning, aa the
car which the Southern FacMe wUl
furalah will leave here Wedaeady
with the morning iraia.
If ebeee nnldent In this eectloa aa-
preelatad to Mw fall extent the bouad
lees hiaafota -which will accrue freaa
leJadlsnlay at the predacta that an
being raised In the Klamath Beeta,
they would lead their most hearty co
operatloa, aad aid la every possible
warlike Chamber of Commerce aad
Ihoae who have the gatheriag of the
exhibits la charge. Thla country haa
no greater need than n proper ndver
tlsement whereby the people of tie
Eastern and Middle Western Statbs
may know what la being done here.
But It la up to the people, to use a
slang expression, aad the men who
MKW IfCTL'RKH AT THK OPERA
An Intensely Interesting and stir
ring drama Is told In tbo little playlet,
"Out of Work." This Is a tale of the
struggles of a man who has a family
and yet Is nnnble to And work suf
ficient to aid him to support tbem.
"The Heart of a Racetrack Tout"
Is a tale of the honor nnd unsslBah
friendship so often foand among
gamblers aad others who live uncer
tain lives, now up, now down.
"The Parka of Berlin" are shown
in a beautlfet aeries of photographs,
aad ;His Rival's Hand" to another de
lightful Sim telling nn nausea! story.
At the trial this afternoon Harry
Ward, the defendant, nnd former pro
prietor of the Davenport cafe, was
bouad over uadert $500 boada to
await the actloa of the grand jury.
The warrant for the arrest of Ward
waa sworn out by Heldrleh A Dulaney
of the Monarch Mercaattle company,
the charge being obtaining money un
der false pretenses. It seems that
the defendant had mortgaged, la or
der to obtain more credit, certain
property to the Monarch Mercantile
tompaay and that the property mort
gaged had not aa yet been fully paid
for. Attorney Irwin nude a etroag
plea la behalf of Ward.
TRAVEUXO MAN sifS KLAMATH
TRADE CAN BR OOTTEN
S. P. NOT ENmHELY AT TAUT
Trade Pisa Thla
The soltdtlag committees of the
Woman'a Library Club, who. are get-
tlag up a turkey dlaaer for TaaakS-
grrtag day, are wonderfully aaeaar-
aged by the generous deaaUoaa made.
Klamath rails dtlxeaa always esaae
to' the froat nobly, when the public
Herary to to be hoasStod. aad thla
promises to he oae of the times where
they are showing the heat asMC
This committee wUl call oa the
rest of you later.
are so liberally devotlag their time
to this most worthy enterprise would
be well nigh helpless If the farmers
sad ranchers did not get la and lend
Baa Fraactaeo. Francis J. Heaey
announced 'that he will resign his po
sition here as Assistant District At
torney at oace, aad that he will
leave for Portland, Ore., to resume
his poaltloa aa prosecutor la the gov
erumeat land cases. A number of
mea are under Indictment la the
Northwest for alleged government
land frauds, but Mr. Heney asserts
that lie Is not prepared to state which
of these will go oa trial tret.
Henry T. Anderson of Merrill, who
haa beea vtoltlag la the city for the
past few days, said that practically
all the hay raised la aad around Mer
rill this year had beea sold to the
different cattlemen. Horton, Mitchell;
8wanon nnd Qerber.Srho will feed
their csttle there this winter. Al
though the price paid this year for
hay was not quite as high as that
paid last year, mare money waa paid
to the Merrill farmers aad raackers,r
as about a third more hay aad alfalfa
waa raised thaa la the previous aea
sob. Throughout the couatry, for the
two cuttlags, the hay averaged aa
high aa four teaa to the acre. Mr.
Aadersoa said tkat tko farmers were
whit pleased, though tkey were golag
to do even better next year.
Miss Oeaeva Wlckersoa. Mrs. W.
C. Dalton, Miss Haael Burgess, Rob
ert Daltoa, J. B. Cox aad A.B. Cooley,
all of Merrill, are stopping at the
The bachelor ofBeaaaaa, twelve
la aumber, have pooled their purses
oa a Thaakaglvtag dlaaer to be pre
pared aad served by Mrs. 'George
Morine at her home. 4 The boys are
getting close to the real oM-faskleaed
dlaaer with all the trlmmla's. It to
true, but the married man geta all
the tun of sloshing gravy over him
aelf while carving the" national bird
at kti family table.
(By a Traveling Maa.)
Prom time to time eemplatat to
voiced that the major werttoa of the
trade la the Southern Origin eswa
ties, especially these lying east of the
Cascade moustalas, to aweng to Baa
Fraadaco Instead of to Perttoad.
where It should go, aad the bhuae to
placed la various quarters. There
seems to be hut oae place to put the
blame on the shoulders of the Job
bers who are aot gettlag the business.
The wsy to get trade is to aw after
It, to keep golag after R, then to bold
It wltk goods of merit aad right .
prices Siaee the golden days of '
Baa Francisco haa beea the sweaty
point for Nerthera CaHfecala aad
Southern Oregoa. The traveSac sates
mea of the Ootdea Onto etty eater the
Bold regularly aad at short tat at veto.
aad they auras the trade to held R
aad keep R away frees Perttoad. This
to right for them to do, aad Is what
tkay are gettlag naM tar, hat there
to no raassa why Parttomj Jwawera
should aot make aa gnat aatorta to
Fraastaee sa aro baa effort pat farth
by these Baa Fraaatoee rseale to held
what they new have.
A few, aad ealy a few, Portland
traveling assa go seats ef
Oeaerally whea they rosea the I
youa they tara their faces aarthward.
By so doing they leave the arsspsr
ous towns of Northera CallforaJa aad
those of the Southern Oregoa district
east of tbo Cascades to the Baa Fraa
clsco aalesmaa aad his goads. A
short dlstaaee seath of tko BMuatala
barrier, a railway Mae aaw gives ac
cess to the Klamath Baste, aad hare
is a rich SeM for the Perttoad deator
It he lavaaea It aad keeps aa levad
lag It uatil ha secures the trade. If
ate goods aad arises aro right -aad
no oae for a moment qasstlsaa Pert-
fTs gettlag warmer! yeu may aeed
afaa. They are somethiag. aaw, aad
ake a very atoe preseat. There
iay be a'seriea af daaaeijtkto wta
tar, aad taea yourady wUl surely
toad goads aad arises ha wtM have
at least aa squat eaaaee far the trade
there, aad when a detsrmlnsd eBart.
regular aad systematic, to made to
secure that trade aad a good ahowlag
to made, there will he aa daBeaKy la
Our stock of lumber to aow earn'
plots. Ws kavs everything, asonaury
to build a house laeladiac rustle two-
lap siding, eelllBg, W aad No. I ver
tical grata Sr loerlsg. Will have la
a tew days slash, grata tr atokwsj
lumber aad cheaper grade at verttoal
grain Sr Sooriag.
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af the grsatoat atoesTsrtm of
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bmlmiB Jahsl to iiilahrito ajaawatesdl to ge samte aa4 aasalaas
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