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1 Official Newspaper
of Klamath County
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 20, 1907.
Elects Of Heers
of Klamath County
A regular meeting of the city council
Few audieiM-ea of greater size have.
Judge Frazer, Attorneys Mills and
was heel Monday evening and the dove
Rutenic, M- gan and Court Reporter ever gather«! in the Houston ojiera
of fieeco made its appearance and re-
I men’s Club, held in the library la.t Richardson, visited Odessa Wednesday, house than the one that atU-n-l«l tbe 1
' tnained during the entire session. Its
remaining all night. The trip was made song recital of the pupil* of Mrs. Don !
not quite so cordial Wed-1 Friday, officers were elected for the en-
' suing year. Thu following are those in the launch Barbara, with Willis Vir Zumwalt ot the Conservatory of Music
i nesdav evening, w hen a special meeting i
Friday evening. And not many have
gil and engim-er.
was held and indications |s>int>-d U> a ru- i who were honored : President, Mrs. J.
lieen »tetter entertain«!. A* stated by
(', Rutenic; vice preaident. Mrs. A. W.
The home of Charlie Heinrichson bl Mrs. Zumwalt, the re- it al was not that
Ofieuillg ot the old light once more.
At the meeting Monday evening, I »on I’eil ; treasurer, Mrs. • >. A. Stearns. In eated in the northeast part of town had of finish«! artists, but nevertheless it I
the re election of Mrs. Rutenic the Club a narrow escape from destruction Wed
Zumwalt was appointed ami i -mtirined
its go-xi judgment, for no mem- nesday evening. The fire started from was jx>s»e-s<-d of a merit that was of
as city engineer, in order that street I
| ber is lietter titled for the office or has a defective flue, but the prom pt action great credit to the initructor and pupil
work work would not l»i delayeil.
The question as to whether the street worki-d harder for the success of the of neighlxirs and a -mail hose saved the
To individualize the work of each
library than she.
ear coinjiany would pnt it* tracks to
would include all of those participating,
The library will be ready for the pille
grade or lay them on the surface oi the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Martin returned but that ol Mrs. Gates, Miss Campbell I
lie about July 3, and plans are under
street a* at present existing was a bone
While away and Miss I^ee is deserving of special
I home Mon-Jay afternoon.
consideration for the opening of this
-if eonteiitioii that consumed consider- i
Mrs. Martin had one of her eyes filled notice. Mrs. Gates is possessed of a
; worthy institution with appropriate
f able time. It was finally decided that
with dust while automobiling. The ir contralto voice of great power and
| it lay the tracks to grade and that the t
ritation »iccame so aggravated that it sweetness and under skillful training
rest of the street lie lowerisl accordinglv. i
letter was read from Major C. E.
required a slight operation to bring re shows remarkable improvement at each
W r.-. I,... in which he -a
—a— 1 iL
that s k he —
It would Him, however, that thia ie
aptiearance. Mia« Campbell and Miss
an unnecessary and foolish piece ot wished to surrender the privilege of
I^e did remarkably well, tbe Cradle
naming the library, granted to him
Condemnation proceedings have been
business at this time, arid would have
by the former and aria by the lat
proved a costly job had not Mr. Buell when lie so magnanimously purchased instituted by the government against ter meeting with especial favor.
the church building as a home for the Alex .Martin, Jr. and wife and Fred
voluntarily offer«! to transport the dirt
Miss Humphrey has a voice of rare
library, and that he left it to the club to Mills and wife, for the right of way for
free of «-cwt to the city.
that is susceptible of grest
select a suitable name. It was decided the Keno canal. The complaint states
An effort is going to lie made to abate
development, her "Say yes, Mignon,”
that the government has offered flOCO
Perhaps no other county in th« Unit* the nuisances existing throughout the
Secretary of the Interior Garfield
the Klamath Falls Public Library. A for the required ground, but that this being particularly aell adapted to it and
rd States presented a cleaner docket city, chief of which is the often ditch iu
receiving the merited applause of tbe played havoc with fifty homestead
vole of thanks was tendered Major haw lieen refuse-1 and f-'MXJO demanded.
than that taken up Judge Frazer in this the esst end of town.
audience. Muis Hammond did not do ers and timber and stone entrymen last
Worden, in which the heartfelt appre
Miss Mae Worden and Miss Louise as well as she usually does, for the
At the close of the meeting Wednes
city Monday. Three days were suffi
week when word was receiv«! here that
ciation of the Club of Mr. Worden's Sargent entertained a large number of
cient to wind matters tip, and if the at day evening. Mayor Bishop asked that
reason that she was suffering from a he hail accepted script that had been
generosity were expressed.
torneys had lieen ready tor business, one hie apfioinlera lie confirm«!, and this
A statement of the donations and ex former last Thursday evening. Military cold, but even under thia hardship she fil«l on the land located in township 37,
or at the outside, two -lavs would have lead to a lively time for a few moments,
penditures for the new library building pedro was played, refreshments were show«! splendid control of her voice and range 10, involving 9000 acres. Thia
sufficed. That s|waks well for the |>eace resulting in the fxrstponiog ot action
breathing. Mrs. Henry is so well action on tbe part of Secretary was the
is as follows:
served and one of the most enjoyable known that comment on her success is
and moral lone of Klamath county. Il until the next meeting, when a full
last thing expected by those taking up
' The cash subscription................... |550 00 evenings of the season was enjoyed by
has reached a point where |x-ace officers board will 1« present.
almost su|>erfluous. Her "Bright Star homesteads and timber claims in this
and courts are a su|*rfiuity, for there ia
of Love” was the favorite of the even section, for this name script wan re-
Painting an<l varnishing........... 100 DO
no apparent need (or their service«.
jcct«l by both Commiaeioner of the
Replacing plaster.......... a.............. 45 IK)
A grand jury was asked for and the
Land Office and Secretary of Interior
ever done in this city is nearing comple
Cost of material and carj-enter
following names were drawn: Robert
first time was much appreciated. He is several years ago. At that time the
Work is progressing rapidly on
work.......................... .............. 240 00
Hunsacker, foreman, John Janssen, C.
High, ft ie being -lone by Major a master of the violin and the music land was thrown open to settlement and
California Northeastern. Chief Engi Coat of removing City Hall an-l
Leon 1-ewis, J. M. Fountain, F. W.
and at his own expanse. There lovers of the city hope to have tbe entry. As soon as Secretary Garfield
neer Hoey was in tbecily this week and
library building,................... 355 00
Eglington, A. I. Kilgore, ami E G. Kil
not a block in the city in pleasure of hearing him fr«juently in had seated himself in his chair an ap-
stated that there were one thousand men
The next regular meeting of the Club
gore. N. luingell was ap|>oinlcd bal iff.
|>eal for a re-hearing was made to him
at work and that the road would un will be Io l-l September 3, when a secre worse condition than thia, an I no belter
Being the first grand jury called for
he revers«! the decision of bis pre
doubtedly reach I »orris ou schedule time. tary will lie elected.
some time, considerable s|>eculatiun was
decessor and accepted the script. Of
This is the first time that Hoey has as
rife as to its object, but Its service« re
course, it is not to be doubt«! but t .at
sumed the role ot a prognosticator, and
There will lie a Civil Service Examina
sulted in the returning of but two line
he had the interests of the bomeetec 'er
when lie undertakes a
tion held at Roseburg. Oiegon, July 23
bills, one lor Ed Wiggins for forgery and
at heart, for all of these great sts ea-
w hereof be speaks.
one against Joseph Coburn, thelt of a
m . B. (Hl IK II
Arrangements were compieteti thia
Fort Klamath in located in the men have a predeliction for looking
eligible* for the j-osition of Forest
cow tielonging to J. G. Wight. It is al
after the interests of the dear people
week for the letting of
Ranger. All those desiring to take the northern part of Klamath county,
leged that lie stole this property la*.
Mason, Davis an<l Company for the con Grace M. E. church in their temporary Ranger examination at this place, will and is in the center of what ia recog when their rights are jeopardized by
Novciulwr. His bail was fixed it* 000.
struction of the roadbed through marsh place of worship, one block north of notify the I'. H. Civil Service Comission
nized as the Switzerland of America. the vicious corporations, and he there
W iggins plead guilty and received the
fore kicked the homesteader up in the
land, and the papers were sent to Mr. Public School building.
at Washington. D.
In close proximity toCrater I-akeand
minimum «entem « of two years. Con
without as much “as by your leave”
Hood lor approval. II it is accepted by
to me at Koaeliurg Oregon. S. C. Bar surrounded by the greatest natural
siderable regret was felt that it liecaiue
No notice was given to
him. and u is almost certain «1 will lie, Bible School,... ....................... 10 a. m. drum, Forest Supervisor.
and scenic wonders on the continent,
necessary to iin|**ee xuch a heavy sen
the homesteader that a re-hearing had
for all wove« thus far made by Mr. IL-ey Preaching.......... . .11 a. m. and h p. m
T. H. Page and E. S. Ayres cf Port it will, within a few years, 1« one of been ask« 1 for or that one hail lieen
tence, but under the law this was the
have met with the instant approval of Epworth la-ague ................... 7:15 p. m. land, F. S. Stratton and Miss Cornelia
the greatest tourist resorts on the
Ix-sl the court Could do.
grant«!, and the first intimation that
his sujierior, it will mean that the work
uh and we Stratton of San Francisco, ami a corps
The grand jury made an examination
they had of it was when they were noti-
on this end of the line will be finished w ill do thee good.
of servants arrived Monday aftern<M>u
of tlie county otli- es and its re|airt ap
tied by the Lakeview land office of tbe
within nine months.
Subject 11 a. ni.: "Spiritual Acquaint for n six weeks sojourn on Wood river
proved the work that ia liemg done there
| Secretary’s decision.
Trams will be running intoUrr's Lake ance."
and Spring creek. Wednesday morning
in. it recommended that the sanitary
July 15. and will reach I »orris, twenty
subject for the evening service: they left for the upj»er country in charge is now in condition to be navigated by
conditions in ami aiound the county
It is not at al) likely that the matter
mile« from this city by November.
"Divine Healing." Text — Is any among of Frank Silvas. Messrs. Page ami boats drawing thirty inches of water.
jail lie improve-).
going to rest where it ie. Steps will
Tbe brush lias been cut on both sides
Stratton are heavy owners of realty in
M. Krtnic, who was held on a charge
taken to have the whole controversy
the church and let them pray over him, this city and county, among which is ami removed ; all sunken l->gs haul«! out
ol assault on the little Welch girl, was
when it is voseible that it
anointing him with oil in the name of the Republican an-l Worden blocks, the ami it ia now up to the County Court to
turned loose, no true bill having lieen
-rd and the prayer of faith shall save latter having been purchase I recen tly ' order the bridge* put in con-lition s<> that will lie found that the whole thing is
found against him.
The Margaret Iles company made its the sick an-l the Ixird shall raise him
they will not obstruct navigation. It the work of some of those antiquate-l
by Mr. Page.
Court adjourned Wednesday evening first appearance at the opera house last
i ie devoutly to be hoped that that body fossils and parasites that have been
ami Judge Frazer returned to his home evening, m the "Senators I »slighter.”
clinging tbe Interior Department for
P. CONKLIN, Pastor.
will act at its earliest convenience.
years until thev have reached a stage ot
The house was crowded anil not one of
It ia difficult to conceive a more beau- senility. The matter should be fought
haitist ciii kcii
Following ia a list of jurors chosen, times present was disappointed. Con
Keno is situated in the Southern I tiful landscape than is now presented on
R. A. Einmitt, G. E. Hoyt, Orville El siderable surprise was manifested that
Preaching services next Sun-lay at 11
part of Klamath County, on the the trip from Klamath Falls to Fort to a finish, for it is too unjust to be
liott ami Geo. R. Hum being excused:
such a good company could 1« brought o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. tn. Sun
<.-o. R. Hurn, II. h. Ihlen, John W. here, but Mr. Houston took a long day school at 10 o’clock and B. Y. P. L . I Klamath river, at the terminus of
navigation. Two steamers land here;
Cox, Win McCollum, E. I»ennis, Geo. chance and the instant popularity with at 7:15 p. m. Everyone invited.
A beautiful expanse of water, with a
mail, express and passengers are
W. Ixsisley, Edward Freuer, W. D. which the company met last night
snow capped range of mountains with
transferred from the stage to the
Johnson, G. h. Hoyt, M. F. Orr, Fred would indicate that he has made no
numerous high [>eaks, dressed in forests
Hiss Campbell Returns
ls«t at this point. Adjoining Keno
Khallock, It. H. Moore, Roy Hamakar, mistake. Every memlier of the troupe
green with patches of lighter green grass
It seems to be pretty well settled that
on the west is a large l>elt of timber,
J. 0. Ferguson, Orville Elliott, A. I.. is good and the theater lovers will have
showing through the broad expanse of
Secretary Garfield will visit this project
Mias Stella Campbell, whoa* Klam
Michaels, Itobt. Hunsaker, JohnJansaen
hay field* in the Wood River Valiev,
a treat while they remain.
next month, July 15 l«ing the date set
marsh lands. Near Keno, on the
ath county's most popular girl was sent
C. la-on Lewis, J. M. Fountain, It A.
river, is immense water power. Tele now in full bloom, and the large herds for his arrival, it being further stat<
to the Jamestown Exposition by the
I imnitt. F, N Eghngton, R. I. Kil
phone connections with *>ll parts of -if cattle grazing in the pastures presents that he will remain] here a week,
Street Car Here
Klamath Republican am) the Pacific 1 the country. Has a good school, two
gore, II. If. Davis, Jack Horton, I>. P.
a picture that can not l>e «pialed even
movement is already on foot to ente
Northwest, return«! home Friday even stores and two saw mills.
Shook, II. I.. Boggs, 8. IL Booth,
the gentleman and to place befo
ing. The trip was an eventfill one for I------------------------------------------------------ '
The people of Fort Klamath cordially him the desires of the people of tl
The first street car to reach this city her and she returns home filled with
Mr. Marshall has gone to the Long
thank the people of Klamath Falls for project that the work be hastened. The
was brought iu Saturday by R. E. IIun praise for the greatness of t'nele Sam's Lake mill to do some team work.
their very generous contribution to the matter is not to l>e done is a haphazard
Mrs. Reames Honored
dominions but more in love with Klam
J. L. l’adgett has bought ami taken cleaning of Wood River and wish to as
attention. II. A. Stearns took time by ath than aver before. From Minne- ’
manner, but a thorough systematic,
poaaession of the Charley Miller proj>er- sure them that any surplus of that fund
the forelock an-l boarded the car at his afxilis, from which fxiint she wrote to
organization will lie perfect«! and
ty on the corner.
will lw strictly appli«l to their mutual every detail looked after. It is not the
Mrs. E. R. Reames was h-imred by home ami paid his fare for the privilege. this paper, her trip was uneventful, but ‘
Ackley Brothers have a lease on the l-enefit.
intention to do any knocking, nr kick
Ix-ing elected associate worthy grand It is the intention of Manager while sejtiurning in that charming city
They will overhaul
Mrs. 1>. W. Ryan is having the old ing, out to go after the problem tu a
matron of the Order of Eastern Star, at Buell t>> place the car at the disposal of she, with the rest of the party, was steamer Canby.
the meeting of the Grand Lodge held in the Fourth of July committee ami the royally entertain«l in truly western and improve it and use it to transjtort Hessig Store building, which Pan business-like manner, simply for the
logs fromiKeno to their mill at Klamath bought last fall, fitted up as a milliner purpose of getting something more for
Portland last week.
Her many friends service will I h > Inaiijtiiratel on the ways.
are extending to ber their contrailllu- National Holi-lay,
Wreck on K. L.
tions and uro delighted that she re
The McIntire' Tranter Company has
Mr. Jas. F>. Hodge has sold his ranch
ceived this well deserved distinction.
based of Mr. Wright the Spencer cr«-k to Mrs. L. W. Copland and will remove
Mrs. Reauws returned home this week,
station and will make that one oi the to Medford. This ranch is one oi the
'11.»* Ham that lelt l'okegnma Wednes
accompanied by her daughter, Mrs.
show ranches of the valley.
On Sunday evening, June 30, there
morning took French leave o' its
Jennings, and sister.
The entire equipment belonging to engineer vvbile making the Y at Thrall
Mr. Wright's* family has moved to
There has been several catches of will be given in the Houston opera
.Mason, Davis A Co., contractors of ami shot across the main line of the S.P. the Falls. They will quit ranching for Rainbow and Polly Varden trout taken house a concert and lecture5, the pro
canal, is offered lor sale. It consists of
Among the passengers on board were a while.
out of Woo I River during the past week. ceeds of which will l>e for the lametit of
wagons, harnesses, stretchers, double
the Catholic church. Bishop O’Reilly
I. 1». Applegate, Mrs. Lena Hargus and
Mr.and Mrs. Booth of Dairy are visit
I trees, scrapers, slips, carte, scrap iron,
two children, Abel Ally, B. E. Jacobs, this place, came up on the Ager stage ing their numerous friend and relatives will deliver the lecture and his ability
The Womans Club will give an excur ' track iron, blacksmith coal, donkey A. A. Cunningham and Leo Robin
assures a literary treat to those who
Monday and took the boat lor the Falls. here.
sion on the evening of the 25th for the engines, centrifugal pumps, blacksmith son. Some of the passengers lost their
will attend. The concert will la* partici
II. L. Smith the blind merchant went
Mr. ami Mrs. Collie Gray of Dairy are pated in by the best talent in the' city,
benefit of the public library. Icecream ! outfits, tents, boats, shoes, undeivvear, head and jumped and as a result sus-
cake and coffee will he served during the I overalls, rtiblier goods; ami a lull line of slight injuries, Those remaining in the to Klamath Falls Tues-lay on business. visiting their many friends.
included in which will be Mrs. Zumwalt,
trip. The Navigation comgany will groct-i iee.
Miss Nickerson, Miss Worden, Mrs.
train wete uninjured.
Charley Shanks was a Keno visiter
No reasonable oj’fer will be refused for
furnish the Klamath and a barge free of
Misses Applegate, Mr. Mason
Falls here the past week, well equipped
charge, and Hie start will lie made at S all or any part of above ui 'e-h-s. For
and others. Tickets will la- fifty cents
R. A. Emmett is over on the coast dy
o’clock sharp. Special music will lie urther particulars call at < amp 1, ami
ous bears that bark in the foot hills over and will be placed on sale next week.
MASON, DAVIS A Co., or E.
on Seven mile.
i W. GOWEN.
An accident incurred on the new
At the school election Monday Cot>
Frank Penton and Miss Myrtle Love,
fatilge line near the Klamath Hot ard Madison was elect«! clerk and Brke
Joint Freight Rate
Goddess of Liberty
I who were recently married
MeConiiack ami Tower directors.
Gun Club—June 16th
arrived home Saturday night with a four
serious injury of II. W. Straw, one of
On and after Inlv 5 the foliowin
the proprietors of the new line. When Wanted-Bids for Clearing horse load of housekeeping goods and a
big load of well wishes from their many will l>e the freight rate from Thrall t
Klamath Falls: 1st class, fl.10, 2n
end of a culvert, causing the stage to
100 Ed Jacobson....
fl.05. 3rd class, 98 cents, 4t
topple over, smashing it badly. None
f»K John Crews.......
sagebrush and plow ground ate invited
cents, 5th and all lower class«*,
lió (’. K. Robertson
t<> submit bids for doing the work on an
S5 cents. Ular side Ilion will lie m <1 *r
Straw is reported as improving lapidlv acreage basis. Lan-I to Is- cleared along
45 J. W. Treece....
F rank lit* W iiitk .
aid vv i 1 re ch here jnobably next wet k. Macadam Road.
31» Robertson. Jr....
Three Days Suffice to
Clear the Docket
Secretary of Interior
«RAND JURY ASKED FOR
Its Duties Were Brief,
Returning Only Two
No Opportunity Afforded
Bona Fide Settlers to