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KLAMATH FALLS. KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 24, 1907
Will Take Charge of (iovernment’a
Meets in Regular Session But Docs
l ittle Business
of Klamath County
Tin- regular meeting of the City
Council was held la-t Monday evening,
The following taken from the Sacra but iiia-iuucli as the Recorder had "got
mento lU-e »ill lie of a great deal ot in ten the habit” of passing the meeting
terest here :
nights, dming th« absence from the
D C. lleiiny. Supervising Engineer of city of so mam of the members of the
the Reclamation Bervice District, com council, he forgot about ap|*-aring upon
prising Superior < alifornia, Oregon and the scene and it was well after nine
Washington, and T. H. Humphreys, o’clock before the solons got down to
who succeeded S. G. Bennett a* engi business. Sowell had they cleaned up
neer ill charge of the Stony Creek pro the calendar at the previous meeting
ject at Orland, arrived here Sunday that there was little for them to do and
night and yesterday were in consulta the session was a short one.
Attorney C. F. Spine appeared before company lie formed to build and operate I
valuable allottment for use in this state tion with I'. D. Bane, President of the
For the First l ime In the amt a special effort will be inaugurated Water Users’ Association, in reference to the body with an ordinance providing a boat in connection with the Lake A Vigorous Protest Will
once to prohibit the slaughter of the establishing headquarters for the work for the granting of a franchise to the Shore stage line. Mr. Davis read sever
State’s History the Pur at
Be Necessary to Defeat
Reclamation Service for the Keno al communications from S. P. officials
grebe which is again liegmnig to take on that will now lie gotten under way.
pose of Direct Primary a serious aspect in the southern part of attention will lie the completion of ar- nance provided that, in case the fran stating that this company would sign
Scheme- - -Hass Meet-
contracts with the new company giving
rangmenls for the purchase by the Gov chise was granted, that the government it all the business into the whole Klam
Law Is Carried Into
ings Should Be Held
of the Klamath lakes—is one of the ernment of the two ditches now ill the would construct “within the same ath country providing the boat and
most profitable fields for the prosecution district—The Lemon Home Water, Pow boundaries and along the same lines as stage service was placed under one
er and Light Company's ditch on the the pretent said street or road over bead. It seems that boat service last
of this pursuit in the country.
The grelie is only valuable as a tnilli- | north side of the creek and the Stony which this franchise is granted, a road year from Laird’s Landing to Klamath
An important question now confronts
SALEM, Ore , Jan. 23.—Fr«<l W. Mul
nary decoration at one time of the Creek Irrigation Company'* ditch on the or street of equal width and of as good Falls was very unsatisfactory. The the people of this county. It is whether
key wan electe«l Unite«! State* Senator
grade and surface as the present road or Klamath is said not to Ire a boat that they are willing that twenty-four miles
year, the nesting season. A small part
by the Oregon legislature yesterday, He
of the down from the breast, which the j curing of options on the several parcels street.” It is further provided, "that in will give satisfaction on this run as it of the north end of Klamath shall be
received the lull vote of Iwith I. oiiwh ,
bird does noi develop at any other time, of ground that are suitable for reservoir i the event that it should tie necessary to draws too much water and beside* can chopped off and handed over to the new
which in a remarkable compliment to the
change said street or road from its pres not run at all in winter because of county of Deschutes; or shall remain a»
is taken from the female and the opera sites.
man who will represent thin great Mate
Thin work is the beginning of a pro ent location to a location along the ice.
tion not only kills the bird, but all the
it is and continue to pav revenue to
in the highest legiidative I mm I v of the
young. The grelie is found in tbs’k* and ject that will lie, it is claimed, of more west side of J.ink river, the government
When Mr. Davis was here sometime this county cn a valuation of nearly
land until March 4th, next.
the slaughter is comparatively easy and benefit do the Sacramento Valley than would procure from the adjoining prop ago he stated to a representative of two and one-half million dollars.
Following the election of Mr. Mulkey,
thousands are shipped to Nvw Yoik and anything ever undertaken in its history. erty owners a sufficient strip of land and The Republican that it was the inten Representative Merryman has advised
Jonathan Bourne whh elected United
It means irrigation for the entire region. I construct a road of equal width and tion of his company to place a boat on
other eastern jsiints yearly.
hie constituents of the situation and
Staten Senator for th« long term, lie-
length and dedicate the same to the the run between here tnd Laird’s Land has asked for their assistance in com
With the accession of the funds re At Orland the first step will lie taken.
centlv recived ttie s<M-ietv will provide
ing, and that the boat which he propos bating the scheme, but as yet no effort
Mr. Mills, on behalf of the property ed purchasing would be of the latest has been made towards forwarding to
the deputy game warden on the lakes of the fact that T. 11. Humperevs is to
with a launch in order that he may be transferred from this project to that owners, objected to the passage of the tyj>e for use on water similar to those him the vigorous protest that is needed
effectively put a stop to the illegal of Orland. The Orland project is Just in ordinance, on the grounds that it would on the lower lakes and would meet the to have the effect he desires.
slaughter of the little whiteplutned bird. its insipiancy and of the vast number of give the government an advantage over demands for speed and ice breaking
There is not a man in the county » ho
them, provided it was necessary to in equipment.
— Portland Journal.
favors the proposed chopping off, but
vice. none is more fitted to take charge voke the aid ol the law.
There is no <1 uestion but that a Isiat instead of getting together and show
Mr. Stone stated that the government service from Laird’s would be a paying ing the unanimity thatshould character
The Boston Store
hi* training in a good school, that of the had no idea of trying to take advantage proposition, especially if the company
ize the fight to be made against this
Klamath Project. While the Orland of the property owners, but that inas
The Clearance Sale still continues at enterprise is a little more advanced than much a* they could not agree on where operating it was assured of the entire measure, there arises the old cry “you
the Boston Store, and as a result thepeo- ¡was the Klamath project when Mr. they wanted the road, something tangi- business of the Southern Pacific, and can’t lead for I won’t follow.” It is not
a question of who leads or who follows
ple ot this county are getting greater bar I Humphreys took charge of it, yet many I ble was desired for presentation to them this Mr. Davis says they will have.
Another factor will enter into the that is at stake now. It is whether we
gain* than lias ever before been offered i ' questions remain to be passed upon.
when they were approached on the field incompetition with the Davis-Laird shall stand as one man
them. Special attention is called to I
in the effort to
This is a substantial promotion for question of assessing damages to their company for the business tributary to
back up Representative Merryman in
the specinl reduction that is made in 9 Mr. Humphreys, inasmuch as the Or- 9 property.
the California-Northeastern, and that the fight he is making to save to this
men's clothing. This house represents j land Project will lie the greatest of all
The council, however, took the posi will be the contemplated stage route county so much valuable
twooi the largest clothing manufacturers 1 the reclamation works undertaken by tion that the government should first
This proposed county is simply a
in the United Statas—the makers of the i the government. Upwards of 140.000,- reach an understanding with the prop by way of Teeter’s landing. It is un
derstood that plans are on foot for a scheme of speculators at Bend and Port'
famous Acorn Brand and Kuh, Nathan 9 000 are to he ex|>ended there in the rec
erty owners and then come before it tor combination between
the Navigation ■ |and, who hope th.ongh the creation of
A Fisher. The latter clothing we have lamation of neraly 3.000,000 acres, and the franchise desired.
company and the Oregon stage com a new county to unload the property
only put in a couple of months ago. his appointment goes to show what lias
The ordinance to establish grades on pany to operate a line from the terminus that has
already gotten too heavy for
It is of the finest material and latest , always been recognized here by those
certain streets came up for final passage, of the new railroad to Teeter’s landing by them to
carry. They wish to do thia
pattern. It is an admitted fact that : I who were familiar with the situation, but inasmuch as the city engineer was
stage and from there to the city by the at the expense of the surrounding
the Kuh, Nathan A Fisher garments
ginning March 4, ami continuing for six are by far the lieat wearing, liest shape- j that his stauding with the Reclamation not present it was laid over until the steamer Klamath. The representatives country, and they will be successful if
years. On his selection the vote stood keeping and nobbiest men's clothing on ’ I Service is of the very highest. Mr. next meeting. One of the objects of of these companies will neither affirm the people of Klamath and Lake
Humphreys will lie missed from here, this ordinance is to fix the grade on nor deny this plan, an»l it is therefore counties do not do more to defeat the
• he market today. Every garment is Î < but his many friends are glad to see him
Conger avenue, it being claimed that impossible to state definitely whether it proposition than they have done so far.
Jonathan Bourne, 23.
atisfaction or you receive such substantial recognition and
the tracks of the Klamath Falls Land will be inaugurated or not.
K. S. Bean, 4.
Our Representative cannot do every
wish him God speed.
and Transportation company’s railway
A beetle 1.
thing. He has to uepend to a certain
For the lames we have reductions in : He will leave for his new field Friday,
were not placed according to the origi
In tiie House the vote »as:
extent on assistance from his con
prices all along the line. You know the having received final instructions to that I
Jonathan Bourne, 5".
stituents, and this assistance he has not
Boston Store; yoq know that we are > effect last week. Accompanying the
The proposed amendment to the city
F. A. Moore, 2.
received in this case. Already the cry
here to stay, and that we are looking lettered instructions was the informa-
Fred W. Mulkey, 1.
is raised in Salem that the people of
forward to a greater future. Conse ; lion that his salary is considerably in
ages for Injuries from defective side
The people of Klamath County want quently we do not propose to engage in
Never before in this county was a sale Klamath do not care whether they lose
to take some action in regard to the any sharp practice that would merit creased, as a further token of esteem on walks to |100. was approved and ordered
successful than the one going on this territory or not, for the reason that
forwarded to Representative Merryman
bill now la-fore the legislature creating your ill will. We have your con
the Portland Store. The attend they have passed np the question with
j for presentation to the legislature.
the new county of Deschutes. This is an fidence and we intend to keep it by
the first few days was more out any protest other than that made
important measure, so far as Klamath- honest dealing* with our customers.
I*. L. Fountain returned Tuesday
and the manager not by their representative. And this i»
ites are concerned and a vigorous protest
from an extended trip throughout the paid.
L. J acobs .
being provided with enough help had to true on the face of it, and will remain st»
should be sent in against the lews of ho
Willamette and Rogue River valleys.
the doors several times in order to unless there is some speedy action
much valuable territory.
He suffered, while in Ashland, from a
the store from beiug over taken. A mass meeting should lie held
Representative Merryman was made
severe attack of tonsilitia. Some of his
this is not a sale of odds and at once and proper resolutions passed
I friends are telling him that it was a put- |
chairman of the committer- on mileage
worn stock, as the Port on the matter and forwarded to Dr.
The St. Cecelia club will give a musi- up job on the part of the Aslilandites, 1
ami salaries ami a member of the com
a new' concern and is Merryman. This city is not the only
mittee on pharmacy and medicine.
j who feared that he might talk most of |
known to carry the highest grades of one that is interested in it. Every
ath Conservatory of Music Saturday (the people of that sleepy burg into com-1
clothing, hats, shoes and gent’s furnish town in the county is as vitally inte-
the 26th, at which the follow 9 ing over to this land of milk and honey,
H. N. Mitchell Seriously evening,
He has announced his intention of ings. Everything is up-to-date and of ested as is Klamath Falls. Mass meet
ing program will be rendered :
and they decided to put his talking ap- coming up to the new gold mines at
the latest make. Owing to the large ings should be held there and resolu
tions adopted and forwarded to Hon.
: pa rat us out of business.
Windy Hollow. When Wingfield takes stock of goods to be disposed of the sale George H. Merryman, House of Repre
1. (a) Sonatine op. 36. No. 1
1000 pair men’s pants from 95c up at hold of the good things at Windy Hol will continue for several days longer. sentatives, Salem.
. .Clementi ! t,le Portland store.
While enjoying the sports of his boy
low—something is bound to move. He
hood last Monday night, H. N. Mitchell,
has cleaned up 17,000,000 in the last few
proprietor of the Home Bakery, met
The next play given at the opera
Klamath, who have been visiting in the years in Nevada. Over the Sierras and
with an accident that nearly cost him
Wailamette valley returned here Tues- i across the deserts of Nevada the news
There will be a concert given at the
(b' May Morning... .A. Julius
bis life. With a party of friends he was
Southern Drama in five acts entiiled
They were accompanied by their of the wonderful richness of Windy
coasting down the hill near the Mason
“In Old Virginia.” If you have to Klamath Conservatory of Music Thurs
brother, Justin T., who is in the em
day January 31, by Mrs. Don Zumwalt
A Davis camp.
Being desirous of
(c) The Nightingale in the
field returns to his old stamping ground stand up, don't blame the management
Wood..................................Kullak ploy of the Wyoming Central Irrigating in latke county there are coming with as reserved seats are now on sale at the and Miss Evelyn Applegate, assisted by
getting more *|ieed out of his sled ho
company. He expects to remain but a
the Shakespeare Quartette, Mrs. W. E.
went farther up the hill than any of >
him a "bunch” of the world’s greatest usual place and if you hurry you can
, Travis, Mrs. E. B. Henry, Miss Bertha
hi» companions. The desired momen- 9 2. May Party.................... Paul Wachs short time when he will return to his
mining men from Tonapah and Gold
Hammond and Mrs O. B. Gates. The
turn was secured, but it was too great
Suits of latest patterns and makes, on
See Campbell A Burns for lots in the field. The stock of the Lakeview Min
for the runners of his sled, one of which ' 3. Little Dimple Chin Mazurka
following program will be rendered.
ing and Milling Co. can be had ion the sale at $6.85 at the Portland store.
broke and hurled him against a fence. I
...................................... Holcombe Hot Springs Addition.
first allotment) at 25c a share. After
Something must have happened to j Ladies Quartet......... Home Sweet Home,
It was at first thought that he was
The Great Southern Drama "In Old Wingfield and his associates plant their
our Dairy Correspondent, for no com
killed outright, but examination proved 4. Alexander March...... E. D. Wagner Virginia” will be presented at the opera
arr. by Vogrich.
feet in Windy Hollow the stock ot the
that he was only stunned. He was con
Waruni....................... ... .Schumann.
house next Saturday night Jan. 26th, Lakeview Mining A Milling Co. will munication has reached us for this
week. Sorry, for the Dairy letter is al b. Consolation No. 3..................... Liszt.
veyed to a nearby house and a physician 5. Dolly’s Funeral.......... Tschaikowsky for the benefit of the Fraternal Lodges
rise. Then the man with the small ways an interesting one.
No bones were broken,
Miss Evelyn Applegate.
heretofore mentioned. Don’t miss it as
but it is feared that he is injured j 6. An Autumn Festival No. 2...Geibel it will be the best performance yet put capital will have lost hie opportunity.
Dr. W. A. Leonard moved his office a. The Rose in the Garden. .Neidlinger-
T. W. S tkphkns ,
Josie Van Riper
internally. If no complications set in,
' on by the Home Dramatic Club. Re
from the Emma block to the new b. Violets........................................Roma.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Bubbling Spring....... Fritz. Spindler served Beats are now on sale at the 1’er-
he may be able to get out after several
c. The Nightingale and the Rose....
Lillian Van Riper
I fection Confectionery Store.
BORN—In this city, Saturday, Jan
All persons knowing themselve to be I
The Teachers’ Institute, held last
Geo. Bishop, a son. If there is a hap Fantasie fmprompter................. Chopin.
week, was a decided success. But more
That Merrill and the surrounding'
Miss Evelyn Applegate.
MUST STOP successful and of equal importance, was count, may settle the same at my old country is determined to have com-, pier man in the State than Mr. Bishop a. Sans Toi.......................... d’Hardelot.
he cannot be found.
the reception given in the evening. ; stand, with Shive Brothers A Co. where ( munication with the outside world in
b. Ellgie................................... Massenet.
my books will be kept during my ab-
the future in a more satisfactory man-9 “Lest you forget,” let us remind yon
Ajdobon Society (lets Funds To
capacity mid the large attendance went j ence from the city. L. F. Willits, tf
ner than in the past is evidenced by the | that now is the time to buy in the Hot t»v tpcodie Hongrois» No. 11..........Liszt.
to show the deep interest that is being f W. R. McKim, who was for a short enthusiastic mass meeting
taken in the public and high schools. time associated with S. K. Noel in the opera house last night.
Miss Evelyn Applegate.
After many delays the Klamath Thou Brilliant Bird................ ....David.
The National Audobon society has re- Comment on the program is unneces- feed business, left for San Francisco
The meeting was called at the in
cently received a large bequest amount ■ary, for the reason that each nnnilier ' Tuesday afternoon. He was accom stigation of W. R. Davie, ulto is at County Abstract company finally sue-
ing to over |200,000, which will be dis was well taken care of and afforded panied by Mrs. McKim. They do not the head of a movement to get a boat ceeded in transferring its many records Ladies Quartet........... “Old Black Joe.”
tributed over the United Blates for the much instruction and pleasure to the I expect to return.
on the freight and passenger run be to its new home in the Withrow-Mel-
arr. by J. K. Zumwalt.
purjiose of suppressing the traffic in the audience.
H. P. Galarneau returned from Port tween latird's Landing and the Merrill hase block.
Tickets 50 cents, on sale at Heit-
Men’s 12.60 hats only 11.65 at the land laBt Friday, where he had been on boat landing. The proposition placed
Boy's snappey suits and overcoats kemjiers Jewelry store, República»
plumage of birds.
I a vacation.
Thelocd organization has received a Portland store.
I efire our people was that a joint stock only |l.05 at the Portland store.
F. W. Mulkey and Jonathan Bourne
Receive the Toga
Speculators Want New County Cre
ated Out of Crook
ELECTION OCCURRED TUESDAY
WANT SLICE OF THIS COUNTY