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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 23, 1907
of Klamath County
time ever had in the A. O. U. W. Hall.
Ntnted und if it i« carefully considered MISS CAMPIiliLI
No expense has been spared to have a
by the Stockholder it will lie jroseible to
GOES TO JAHESTOWN
ASSOCIATION line banouet served. Attend our meet*
reach a lair eetimat« on tin- sentiment
ings and be benefitted. All members of
ezietilig 011 the proposition.
the lodge are requested to come wearing
Thu stockholders want to bear in
mind the fact that al present it is im Klamath County’s Popular Daughter Interesting Meeting at Which Many a smile, to show every one that you
knew we had the new cork carpet. Re
1 posxibl« to secure any reasonable bi<Js
T opics Are Discussed
Start« on I rip
for th« work. That it is laqng delayed
member Saturday evening May 25, 1!M j 7.
on that account. That the Service doe« |
Miss Stella <>. Campls-ll. who was the
Tli<- adjourned meeting of the Water
not »«cm to have th«- co-0|*ration of
the farmers throughout the basin, and ! »ucce-«lui candidate in the Republi I sera Association was held Saturday.
a« a result are haudii apj>ed in it» o|x-ra- can's contest for lhe selection of the It was calk'd to order at 10 o'clock, but
lion« That if this work is done by th«
Monday, May 27th, at High school
»»»ociation il will lar placed in the Portland Sunday morning, where she adjourned until two iri the afternoon.
When the meeting was again called < 'ha pel—Baccalaureate hurrday—Sermon
hand« of practical men. That it will will join the party that is to visit the
Class Iray exer
have till* prestige >4 hr-itig a home enter Jamestown Exposition ami other east to order by Vice President Htearns up by Rev. P. Conklin.
prise. That it will have the support of ern points. The party left Portland wards of forty stockholders were pres cises at High school.
practically every man in the basin who Tuesday morning, and no jollier crowd ent. The question of acting on the
Wednesday, May 2b, at 2 p. m.—Pop
is in a |saiitioii to render service ill the of girls ever left the Hose City. That amendments was the first to come be I ular entertainment at opera 110use.
carrying out ol the contract. That it 1» they will have agissi time is assured, fore the meeting, but owing to the fai t
Friday, May 31, at 10:30 a. rn.—Com
as ¡srsuible for lhe association to do this [ for every arrangement has f>e<-n made that legal notice had not been given to mencement exercises at High school.
work a« it is for the average contractor to mid to their comfort and pleasure.
or anyone else. That if there is a profit, The trip will consume nearly a month, ■iefer actir n along this line until next
Admission to entertainment, adults,
Il will I s’ for the benefit of the land during which time the young ladies fall, when the Iroard of directors were
50 cents, children, 25 cents.
owner. That if there is a loss it will tar , will visit each of the principal cities in requested to cal) another meeting and
like taking money out ol one pocket and
putting it into another, lor sin«« there they will l>e tendered a reception by to fiermit of amendments being made.
The question of securing a statement
are no contractors to bid and since the ' President Roosevelt.
of the cost of construction precipitated
association can do the work a« cheaply
I considerable discussion. Secretary Ap Of Entertainment at Opera House on
a« anyone else, the work could not have
Wednesday, Hay 19
Congressman Hawley arrived here
plegate read a letter from Director
The adjourned mueting of th« Water la-eri done any cheaper than it was done
l-akeview Monday night, and since
Newell, in which he stated that it
Users Association was field in the Hous by the association, the only difference is
I that time has had a strenuous time of it.
11. A. Hunter, president of the Ore
ton o|x*ra house last Satur<Uy. Th« at* that instead ol paying fur the cost in
That he will leave Klamath withawarm
.Miss Nickerson and Messrs. Wil
tendance was small, but what it larked the ten annual payments, part ol il was gon Militsry Land Grant Company is in tion to procure such information before
sprit in his heart for her citizens and her
lhe city for the purpose of looking over
in numbers It made up in earnestness, paid at once by an assessment.
i tary of the Interior. R. S. Smith stated
! needs is certain, for ever since hie ar-
II it is found that the stock holders of
The iil>je<-t of lhe mreting WM III«
\ rival here he has been shown every
amending of tin* bylaws, but aa the the a»»ociatioii are opposed to embark the proposed travel into the section of ! that the question ought to I m * carried
' honor, courtesy and consideration. It
Miss I^eta Nickerson
pro|H*r notice had not been given it was ing on the proposition, then there is the State wherein the lamia of his com
is the first time that Klamath has really
decided to |>o«t|>otie action until the next only one other thing to do, and that is pany are located. In conversation with curing monthly statements of the cost Declaration.................................Napoleon needed the assistance of its representa
meeting, which will lx- <-®ll«-*l sometime to organize a separate company, com a Republican representative, Mr. Hunt of construction. He raid further:
tives in Washington, and nothing was
| "I am reliably informed that Stone A Music......................................................
this fall. The Board of Directors were posed <4 such stockholders who favor it. er said:
left undone to show to Mr. Hawley what
"I came here for the purpose of look Company are ready to undertake the
requested to prepare the proper h-gal Tins ran !>« easily done, for the over
....‘We Meet Again Tonight,Boys” was most desired for the success and
notice and have it sent to all of the whelming sentiment prevalent among ing over this section to see if transpor- j
High School Glee Club
1 prosperity of this Inland Empire.
stockholders at least thirty days prior to the stockholders iii favor of the associa Cation facilities were such a« to make give a good and sufficient bond for its Piano Duet .........................................
Most of Tuesday was devoted to re
the date s*-t (or the meeting. Tina will tion undertaking the task indicates that it available for us to bring our people delivery over to the government in a
Sextet from Lucia de Ummermoor ceiving prominent citizens an I politic
lx* lion« ami will enable the atockhold- the loumiing of an independent com this way on a tour of inspection of the
ians of the city and county, and answer-
Mieses Faye Hogue and Hazel Rolfe
lands controlled by our company. I am c«ed lhe estimate of the engineers. I
er» to give the question consiiieration.
pany would be an easy matter.
ing his mail. One of the vexing ques
When tfie question of amending the
When sti|>ervising Engineer Murphy afraid that conditions along this line are saw Mr. Mason, of the firm of Mason.
tions that he ba<l to settle was the ap
bylaw» wa» disposed of, the meeting re wa« asked as to his attitude un this
pointment of postmaster at Fort Klam
High School Glee Club
.have to enter from some other point. ami he informed me that his firm stood
solved itself into one of general discus question he said:
ath. This he did by indorsing H. B.
sion. The old force arguments were to
"That 1» a matter that rests entirely . After railway tran»|«»rtalion is further
Loosley for that office.
lx* heard coupled with other issues. w itli the association, H it sees it« » ay advanced our company will bring in to me that il this is true then something
Miss Leta Nickerson
Dlls debate lead up to th« making oi clear to enter the field ami submit» large numlrers of settlers and as this should I m - done towards arranging it so Farce..................... “Mrs. Jone's Silver" himself on record as favoring the recom
the most novel, ami if Irasitrle, ini|M>r- birls on contracts, then the Service will will lie the natural gateway Klamath
Chorus, “Silent Night”................ Hayden mendations of the organization, and it
tant proposition that has yet lieen pre consider them just as it would consider ( Falls will greatly lienetit from our mitted to undertake the job."
is certain that if he follows out this line
Other statements along this line were
sented to tin* stockholders ol tin* asso any other contractor. The Service is al efforts.
of action he will not go far wrong and
ciation. It was advanced by J. Frank ways glad to receive bids, and this case
enable the party throughout the Con
eibility rd his company constructing a asking <>( the Board of Directors what
Adams, and was nothing less than th« would lx* no exception."
gressional district to build up a strong,
pro|s>»ition that the asMM-iation resolve
This is a matter that must lie consid 1 railroad to tap the great section of
Mason, Davis A Company advised tl.e I
itself into a contracting corporation and ered fairly ami dispassionately. No j country controlled by hi« company, al for? If yon cannot get what you ask
Tuesday evening he addressed the
under take the construction of tlie pro ■elfish motives should lx* |M*rmitt«-.l to though this 1« a question that remains for, if you cannot reach the Secretary of Government in writing last week that Chamber of Commerce, and went on
enter into the question and it is hardl) to be settled. If the I 1.ion I'acitic car- the I nt* rior and have ycur wishes list they hid completed divisions two ai d | record as favoring the completion of tl.e
His remarks were electrical ami every likely that there will lx* for it is a move ' ries out its plan« to open up Central ened to, of what service are you to the three of the first unit of the main canal Klamath Project with the least possible
one seemed to I m * fille.l with suppressed ment (or the Irenetit of the whole com Oregon, then his com|>any w ill do noth association? Do not act like a lot of and were ready to turn it over in com delay. He outlined hie policy on many
In brief Mr. Adams’ munity, and whether the result is at- ing in the railroad line, but otherwise school boys, but get down to business pliance with the provisions of their con questions of interest to the citizens of
and if you find that this will not result tract. This was done in order to admit
proposition was this ; l»*t the associa tained through tin* association taking they will lx* forced into that field.
Klamath, and declared that it is his in
in the attainment of the desired end of the turning in of the water from the
tion, through its Imard of dirt-ctors, hid hold of it <>r by a separate company
tention to work indefatigably for the
ami that the association has alrsolutelv Ankeny ditch, wbicti was done Wed
on a small section rd work advertised by Com|*osed 0’ st'M-kholders tlic thing to
welfare of its people. After the Cham
no voice in this thing, 'hen disband and nesday forenoon. As to when the water
the Reclamation Service. If it can la* Is* reached out uftcr is the construction
ber of Commerce meeting he attended a
save to the land owners the cost of will reach the farmers at the lower er d
demonstrated that this work can lx* of the Project with all the s|>eed cum-
reception tendered him by the Wood
maintaining the a«»*s iation."
' of the ditch will depend on how long it
done nt a reasonable figure, or one that mensurate with the welfare of tin* com-
men of the World, of which organize-
It was this statement that brought will take to "soak” the big canal, but
w ill Is* acceptable to the Service, then munitv arxl It« completion al the least
I tion he is the head officer in Oregon.
Frank Adams to bis feet ami brought the fact that the water has been turned
bi<l on a large contract and so on until possible cost. The Republican Irelieves
Wednesday was devoted to receiving
forth the remarkable pro|M>sition of the on will be glad tidings to the farmers
the association has a ]x*rfect organiza that one of the two alternatives should
(delegations from Fort Klamath, visiting
who have l>een anxiously waiting for
tion ami equipment for the carrying on lx* adopted, and the one that promotes
the Government works and learning
tion of the project itself, reference to the occurrence of this im|>ortant event.
of operations. Ha profit is made, then the greatest harmony and go««! is the
facts relative to the construction of the
which is to be found elsewhere on this
A dispute has arisen between Mason,
it can la* applh-d on tin* next contract, the one that should lx* followed.
canal. He went into the general de
page. In presenting the matter to the Davis A Company and the govern
ff a loss is sustained, then Increase the |
tails very thoroughly and will carry
meeting Mr. Adams said that he wanted ment relative to compensation for some
next bid to a point that will eliminate
I with him an understanding of the con
to accomplish something during the of the work done by the former. The
loss. Any profit earned will b<* for the ,
ditions here that will prove very val
coming year and that if he did not, then contractors claim that they have not re
benefit of the aseocialion; any loss will
uable when he reaches Washington. In
he was going to step down and out, for ceived proper classification and have
lx* met with an assessment.
the evening he was the guest, with
he did not want to tie placed in a |«Mo employed the services of two well
The loss, if any, will not lx* serious
of the County Central Com
tion wheie he could accomplish noth known engineers to substantiate tin ir
and 1)1« assosineiit consequently small, coming to Klamuth Falls to purchase
mittee Smith and Representative Mer
claims. They refuse to sign up tl e
for th« reason that it would probably be
ryman, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Al>el A<lv suggested the advisability final vouchers until the matter is ad
■>n Die initial contract.
If it were Southern Pacific station and have their
of calling quarterly or semi-annual justed to their satisfaction. What re
fotiml that the bid on the initial con
Thursday he went to Merrill, by wav
meeting« of an educational character, at sult this will have on the turning in of
tract was too low, subsequent bids ticket office will lie established in thia
the Lower lake, returning overland
which r>|x*aker» from the outside would the water at the beadgate when that |
would I m * raised to a point that would city and it will la* poaaible for anvon«
from the southern metropolis. A large
have an opportunity to discus.« for the work is completed is problematical, but ,
assure a sufficient recompense an.I yet
number of prominent citizens accom
benefit of the farmer agricultural ques that the contractors are going to put up
Is* within a limit that would make them checked to any jxrint on the S. I’, line,
panied him on the trip. He will confer
The S. P. office at Thrall is made a
tions that would lie of value to them. a stiff fight for their claim is certain.
acceptable to the Service.
hon . w. c. hawi ey
with the citizens of Merrill and get into
Thia met with approval <d the meeting
The point at issue is the classification
Then* are many obstacles
close touch with their needs and neces
ami the Board of Directors was request of class 2 dirt as class 1. That the con
<4 the coneanimation <>( this
sities and will thus be familiar with the
ed to include lids subject in their call tractors have lost heavily is a well
desired result. The first is
conditions existing throughout the en
for the next meeting.
know n fact and if they are cotn|>elled to
but this can l*e overcome
A committee, consisting of Messrs. accept the c!u»«i i*'a'i **i <*f the govern
During the part week the Lowe Stock
amendment to the articles of incorpora
Friday In- will devote to a continuation
tion. Another is possible opposition I The regular meeting of the City Coun Company lui« fillfilled its promise to the Carroll, Adanrs. Mason, ady and Wil- ment, it will mean that Mr. Mason will of his study of local conditions, partic
from the stockholders of the association. cil was held Monday evening, when the théâtre goeis of tld» city. The plays lit« was tippouped to look into the feasi leave Klamath County without a dollar ularly as to reclamation work and Fri
Tliis can Is* of sufficient strength to question of establishing a harlsir line proiluced by tliis organiration hâve been bility <4 the asMX-iation entering the in the wor) I. N > one w mt.« to see such day evening will be tendered a banquet
prevent the carrying out of the scheme.1 was settled by the passing to third read well natronized, but no more tlian tliey field as a contracting firm and reporting a result, for he lias labored faithfully at the latkeside Inn, at which the lead
ever since he undertook the werk, and
It is difficult to understand why anyone ing an ordinance placing the line RM* deserve, for ils productions bave Is-oii to the Board of Directors at its
ing ladies ami gentlemen of the city and
everyone will l>e glad to see him receive
should object to the proposition. Here feet from the southerly side of Klamath excellent. Mrs. Lowe. Miss Belmour meeting.
county will l>e present. Saturday
1» a two million dollar corporation that avenue, between the liver and Center and Ed Harrington are deserving <4
morning he will leave for Salem.
is Is'ing maintained nt 11 cost <4 up- street, thence around the hikeshore to j mueh praise. as are J. L. Swift and
The earnestness with which Mr.
war<ls of |.*>U00 a year that can be made Kinlock avenue. This line was estab Ihlisi Swavladl. The rpi'cialtics lie-
Miss Elsie Anplgeate, w ho is a pupil < t Hawley is undertaking the duties of his
! tween the acta are alwavs gisxi ami re-
useful directly to the stockholders at lished by City Engii.... . Zumwalt.
Tuesday, Congressman Hawley \\ as Henry Bettman, the celbrated violinist, office is to be commended. He is start
this time. It will entail it great deal on
The question of purchasing a street i lieve t lie monotony that woiild prevail
is expected to return home about the ing out to get into close touch with his
the officers, hut they are willing. The sprinkler was referred to a committee during lhe intérim. Mr. I.owe is to be advised of the appointment of Miss Ada first of June. While the term for the district, with the one purpose in view
only real problem is as to whether the consisting of Messrs. Roberta and Wood eongratnlated for the succès» with
Conservatory of Music will cióse the of working unceasingly for its needs.
work can lx* carried on in such a man bury. The approximate cost will be wliicli bis efforts aie meeting ami the had practically the unanimous endorse last of May, it is the intention ol Mrs. Perhaps there is no part of hi« district
publie w ¡11 uiidoubtedly show its appré
ner so as not to produce 11 deficit that $550.
w ¡th the patrons of the office and will Zumwalt ami Miss Applegate to con that will demand so much of his time
by ils continued patronage.
will have to la* met by a heavy assess
A liquor license was granted to W.C.
tinue giving private lessons during the as will Klamath and that this County
undoubtedly give them excellent service
summer. In addition Miss Elsie A|>- will receive his assistance is certain.
The originator of this experiment,
plegate w ill give private violin lessons. The Chamber of Commerce is to 1«
the most estimable young ladies in the
and tin* man to whom in due the credit,
Mr. Bettman, who is known to many commended for the thoroughness of the
J. Frank Adams, is a man <4 practical
residents >4 this city, is one of the most manner in which it gra«|x*d the situa
experience. He has proved his practi
noted violin instructor» in this country. tion and carrie I out its plans and
Before leaving for Menili I'hui- lay follow mg to snv about Miss Mae Word-
cability by success, lie stales positive-
He finisher) his studies under that past Messrs. Wilkins, Heilkemper and Dun
tliat the work can be done without loss morning. Congressman Hawley an el! of tins city. It is nil excerpt from a
master of the violin, Ysave, and Miss bar are to be congratulated for their
t<> the stockholders. Ho further says nounced that lie had decided t 1 endorse write-up oi h concert given in Redlands
: Applegate is fortunate to be able to re labors in this direction.
Are you a member? if you are, the
B. larosley ' recently.
that he believes the work can lx> done the application of II
ceive instructions from such a compe |-------------------------
“Miss Worden who is an advance I banquet which is to be given next Sat
at the estimated cost. That if the work for post master at Fort K l.imath, leav
Do not buy blended whiskey. When
is done by the as«veintion it w ill save to ing the question of the hxir.ion of the pupil of Mme. Lord-Wood was heard in urday evening is for you. If, you are
The Mines Roane, who have lieen you want pure wl isfcey see that it is
the land owners tlirk profits that would postofflcc to be settle I by the people of two of Grieg c< mpositions, ‘Ail den not a member then give some one your
Fruhling,’ op. J3, and ‘lai Regata Vene- application for membership nnd the visiting with their brother for the past put up under the government's “bonded
that ton n.
naturally go to the contractors.
as is the Continen
’ Both of these were given with banquet w ill l e for you. '1 lie D. of H. month, retorici t > their home in Iowa ' warehouse sta iq
In order to bring the matter directly
tal whisley, Water Mill whiskey, Nor
On receipt of two cents in stamps I much artistic feeling. She has delicacy will be thereat <1 all ol tl em are going this week.
before the stockholders a petition han
Fine lit e <4 bo.s’ mid youths’ suits at mandie rve and F. F. V. rye. Sold by
been prepared ami sent out asking for will send descriptive literature of Klam mid percision and a command of deli to have an • xcel'ent time, T tanning.
Boston —They go now at ridiculously C. D. Willson.
an expression of opinion on the ques
la lies are sufficient to insure the best low prices. Ero n |1,75 up.
young mi artist."
Closing out sale at the Boston Store.
tion. The proposition is concisely Burns, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
J. Frank Adams Says
Bid on Contract
Looking Over Field to
MEETS WITH APPROVAL
HAS A STRENUOUS TIME
Would Solve Many Prob
lems Noy Confront
ing the Service
Klamath Citizens Warmly
Welcome Their Con*