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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 27, 1907.
of Klamath County
"Buena Vista Cup” donate«! by Klam-
atli Fall» Land ami Transportation <'0.
and vh 1 ik «I at 675. Race lo ls* folluwed
The 37-10 <'s«e is still hanging fire,
The Beck fír'xi. marketed a load ol
by Steamer Winema, conno tion lo I*
the entrymen affecte-l are making ar* baton at Bonanza la«t Saturday.
Iliade witli Winema by «trevi « ars and
' rangement« to carry the war up to the
carriage«. Fare round trip flOc.
Mi»« Ze ima Setlge ha» gone on a visit
Secretary of the Interior. The «lecixion to friend« in I» >uglas county to lie gone
10 p. in 'and display »! flreworks
issued by the department leave« a loop most of the ».umuier.
frolli l.ake r Waumi
hole that i« bigger than was first sup
tirami ball at «fiera house.
Mrs. J. J. Beard, Mr«. J. H. Wise and
posed. When word was first receive«!
E xeni «loti and damo
that the scrip ba«i l«een accepted it »»• Claude Andrews oi Merrill are visiting
: stated that the acceptance wa« made on Mrs. J. Wise in this city.
direction of the Secretary of the Inter
Messrs. Fleischmann A Fisher are to
10 a. m. launch race, free for all, prize
ior, and that all right of apf>ei.l was open their salo >n in Dairy July 3, if
The well driving outfit at the Woed «hut off. Tin» it seems is an error. The things turn out as they expect.
Ia>g rolling contest, free for all, |2<>.
«truck artesian water at a depth copy of the decision received here was
Yacht race, winm-r to be awarded
The Five Hundred club will be enter*
of 216 feel and there is a »teiely flow of «igned by the Assistant Commissioner.
at the home of, Mrs. Richard
Swimming contest, me«lai, lit and water through a 2-in. pipe 12 feet above That being true, it gives the entrymen Shore Smith next Saturday afternoon.
the surface of the ground. We look up sixty day« in which to appeal their case
J. E. Duval, Mr. Williams ami sev
<■ rand handicap launch race, winner on till« discovery a. a valuable asset in to the Secretary of the Interior, ami
of the employes engaged on the
to lie awarded “Klamath Ijikex Com-1
of the Doak bungalow came
Geo. W. Ixxzaley i« having a well tarred
those who have already proved up and down over Sunday, returning M«>nday
I>og swimming contest, purse |1.
at hi« ranch.
1 disposed of the claims. The others morning.
Rowing contest, prize cup.
The citizens here have about decided have not a« yet made definite arrange-
T. C. Norris Ftegan Monday eprink-1
to put down a public well of sufficient men Is f«»r the employment of attorneys,
ling Main street, much to the gratifica-,
1 ¡30 p. tn. at lair grounds.
size to insure fire protection. There will I | the «entiment among many of them be
| tion of the public generally and the
Standing high jump, medal, 1st and ' also l>e several private well« in town.
ing that they will appeal to their sena-
t business houses particularly, for it waa
Mr. Baker and family of Sherman tom and congressmen.
getting pretty dusty.
Standing broad jump, medal, let and
county are camping here with a view to} There are several claim« embraced in
Mrs. Alex Martin, Jr., entertaine-l a
One more week ami Klamath Fall«
locating. Mr. Baker «ay« thi« country j the disputed territory that have not as
Egg race, young ladies, 11.50, |1.
1 number of friends Wednesday after-
Bishop O’Reilly, of the Baker City
will be filled with patriotism and lun.
- look« good to him.
' noon. The usual card game was played j diocese, in which th) Catholic congre
The committee has done its work well
Sam H. King ha« bought a wood «aw cation now in the hand« of the publish an«! refreshments served, the guests en gation of this city is located, will arrive
and, prepared 1» program that is tilled
♦„ mile and repeat, free for all, 6125.
ing outfit that doe« excellent work.
i in this city next Friday and will remain
er«. These an well a« th ree who may joying a most pleasant afternoon.
with eventa that will interest and amuse
mile pony dash, for |«>niea under
Collie Gray has gone into the black
Mrs. AA'm. Flackus is confined to her 1 until Monday morning, when he will go
everyone from the beginning ol the big 14 hands high, |40.
by illness, while Mr. Flackus is to Lakeview, where he is to deliver the
celebration until it« close.
mile daub, free for all, |50.
Fourth of July oration. His purpose in
The ball will la-gin to roll on the
Four to enter three to «tart in all are prepared to do anything in their line. ¡ miss it up to the Register and Receiver compelled to be away on bridge work. coming here at this time is to dedicate
Fijrtunately a competent nurse in the
afternoon of the 3r<l ami will be kept! races. Entrance fee 10 |*r cent ol
We are proud U> know tliat all our
the Church of the Sacred Heart and
on the move until the evening of the purse. 75 per cent of all purses to win- 8tti grade pupils pansc«! their exami of the Lakeview office, inorder that they person of Mrs. AA’rn. Bliss, was secured
the sacrament and confirma
5tb. Of course, the big eventa will be ner.
nation easily with Miss Mabie Miller at in so doing, they will lose all legal to care for the sick lady.
tion, both of which ceremonies will oc
on the Fourth, but the 3rd and 5th will
Grand roping contest, first prize |2«5, the head of the class. We think we
Misses Evelyn an«l Elsie Applegate cur next Sunday morning, services com
I m - filleil with g>««l things ami no one second |15, |10. Entrance fee 62.50. have the finest sohool in the county out right« to their claim.
left this week for Oakland, to be absent mencing at 10 o’clock.
can afford to mt«« any one of the days.
side the metropolis. Thanks to the un
This is not the first time the Bishop
about a month. During that time Miss
One ol the chief feature« will la- the
At it Again
The follow mg prizes will be given for tiring effort» of Miss Annie E. Applegate ■
Evelyn will avail herself the opportunity i has been a visitor to Klamath Falla.
fireworks on the evening of the Fourth. floats:
principal and .Miss Clara Richardson
' of continuing ber studies under Mans- He has a host of friends in this city who
The matter of securing the firework«
For the m<»«t representative Fraternal primary teacher.
will welcome him and extend to him the
The «livtinguiehed county judge is at felt.
have laa-n given the mtaH careful atten order float. 6>0.
courtesies the high ecclesiastical office
it again. This time lie seeks to take a
D. V. Kuykendall, Roy Harnaker and
tion and the ¡ample of the county will
For the mutt representative business
lions for the 4th ol July celebration. • fall out of the Fourth of July committee. I>on Holgate returned Monday from a he holds demand. During his previous
see a display tliat will «urpa«» anything float, 10.
They have a beautiful camp ground on Application was made by the com- week's fishing trip to Crystal creek. visits lie has delivered a lecture here,
they ever «Irvamed of. The discharge
For tin- meet representative pin«
the old fort ami | mittee for the use of the court bouse They report splendid luck, although the and those who have beard him state
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will take place on Iwkv Ewauna. thu« ugly float, 6-5.
customs are , grounds and it wae granted, Heretofore nights were pretty cool for camping that he is a lecturer of great ability and
affording everyone n g>««l opportunity
For fuither particulars see
it is certain that the lecture he is to de
really interesting to those who have . that permit carried with it the right for out.
to see every piece that i« u«e<l.
MARK L. BURNS,)
liver next Sunday evening in the Hous
L. ALVA LEWIS,'- Committee.
In addition to the events prepared by
Frank Ira White left this week for ton opera house will be largely attended.
I the sale of ice cream, soft drinks, etc.,
It 1. HAMMOND,)
the committee, private indlVKiUal« have
M. F. Parker with n corp, of able |the
UHed for the defray- San Francisco, where he will clone op Preceding the lecture will be a coucert,
arrang'«l for other form« of eiuusenieiit,
.«sLt.nts, including David Rumley, are L o( the
o| llle comtDiUee. an important deal that has been pend participated in by the best talent in the
so tliat if one «hould weary a! the regu i Street Cars
busy papering and suiting Hoyt, new Thgt
t|(. unjer,taniling tbi. vear. ing for sometime. During his absence city, including Mrs. Zumwalt, Miss
lar program lie will have the < hoice ol
a Inch will I* rea.ly lor occupancy uiitj,
q( lh<_ (riend> o| ,be Jig. he will visit Portland, and when he re Nickerson, Miss AVorden, Mrs. Gates,
On the Fourth hotel,
about the 1st of July.
judge bid on the con turns lie will have an announcement to Prof. Camp and others of recognized
Following 1« the official provram:
At the • annual election of school cession.
bid was too low to make that will be of considerable inter ability.
AFTERNOON OF 3rd
Fourth of July will see the inaugura directors, held last Monday. John R. laud the right, and then trouble est to this city.
The growth of the Catholic congrega
tion of the first street car service in this Seller« wai elected a director for 3 years commenced. The distinguishcl jtilge
At fair grounds:
tion in this city has been equal to the
Manager Buell of the Buena and Jame« M. Emery clerk for ensuing essayed the role of the protector
1 :.'U> p. in. gram! trap shoot, free for city.
growth of the city itself. Being one of
and E. W. Gowan make a good team,
Vista Company has turned over to the year.
all, let, 2n«l and 3rd prize medals.
of the jteople, as he always does especially when they sit on a rail, for the youngest in the city, it has labored
1 :30 p. m. )>a«eball game Portland Fourth of July Committee the street
when he needs a cloak to hide his the avoirdupois of the latter is apt to with the usual hardship«, but under the
Store team vs. American Hotel Barla-r car that has just been received by his
scheme, anti did not propose to have re»ult in something breaking. This was careful, patient and tirelees direction of
company with the instructions that it is
public grounds used for private gain. the result last week, when they l>oth Father Feusi it has grown steadily,
4 p. m. East Main «treat.
Therefore he decreed there should be no tried to sit on the railing inclosing the until now the congregation numtera
mid accordingly arrangements are being
Foot lac« 30 yards, boys 15 ami
Nothing ba« ever appeared in the concessions soltl. Like all of hie arg'i- lot east of the poatottice. As a result over one hundred souls. The edifice
ling made to do so. It is admittedly a
that is to be dedicated Sunday is the re
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Houston o|>era house that has canse«i so nient. thia one is full of holes, There is the Judge is nursing a broken rib.
distinctive event in one's life to ride on much surprise as the Margaret lies com- no private gain in the matter, for the
Fool race 40 yards, boys S and
sult of the labors of Father Feusi, and
.AO the first car ever <q>erate«l in a city, and pany. The press notices putilished prior committee gets the benefit and the fund
Major C. E. AVorden returned this while modest in appearance, stands as a
therefore a good ileal of wire pulling to its coming here were very flattering is used for public good and enjoyment,
Fat man« race, for men over
week from the East where he went some monument to the man who has sacri
may be exfiected by those seeking the and it was expected tliat it was going to
200 pounds, 100 yds— Medal
Nimeone ought to muzzle the di.- time ago, called by tiie serious illness of ficed much and undergone many trials
honor. In order to prevent any dis- be pretty fair, but no one was preparer! tinguished county judge and label him. his mother, who is still in a precarious that he might see a home for worship
Girls foot race, 15 and under,
I crimination the committee has decided
50 yards................................. 2
to see so much fine talent as that coni- that be may be filed away with the class condition. The weather in the East has for bis little flock. Few pastors are
to issue souvenir tickets which will be bine«! in this troupe.
Girl« foot race, N and under,
| •» which he »«longs. If there were a been very backward, he states, and the ( there who receive or are as deserving of
.50 sold for 61-50 each. These tickets will
50 yards................................ 1
The Kenator’s Daughter, the first play «park of sincerity to his stand the public crop« are not as far advanced as they the loyalty and love accorded tw this
.5U entitle the holder to ride on the first to be staged here showed the company would sustain him. But he knows, as ought to tie. This will doubtless result laborer in Christ's vineyard, not alone
Sack race, free for all, 50 yds,. 1
trip made by the car, and will entitle to be above the ordinary, and when it j does everyone else, that he is simply a in heavy losses to the farmers of that among the members of his flock but by
7 p. tn. East Main street.
participating to truthfully state
Firemen’s tournament, wet
was announced that The Two bisters tail tosouie one vise's dog, and a mighty section. Great interest in Oregon is every citizen of Klamath Falls, irre
that they “rode on that are ear the first
manifested throughout the middle west spective of creed. The dedication of the
hose contest, purse.............. 20
was the bill for Saturday evening, the short.tail at that.
and Klamath Falls is quite well known church will bring to him much pleasure
M p. tn. band concert in court house trip it ever made in this city.” R. M. advance sale of tickets exceeded that of
Richardson will act as motorman, engi-
and joy, but he is not along in this, for
to the people there.
any att raction billed for this <>|iera house.
pilot or something of that sort,
the people here are as pleased with hie
Moonlight excursion and dance on
The big audience was not disappointed,
Friends of Mrs. A. E. Sargeant of
an<l Dr. Martin will tie there with that
success as he has a right to be himself.
and those who were forced to stand
pleasant smile und polite bow of his and
One of the interesting features plan-
During his stay in this city, Bishop
throngli the entire jierforniance felt well
MORNING OF 4th
that she is not recovering as fast as had
«ay in his moat winning manner “Fare, I
ned for the Fourth is a roping contest.
O’Reilly will be a guest at the home of
been hojwd, from the injuries she re
45 guns at sun rise.
please.” That it will be an event worth
This is the first time that an event of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murray.
ceived in the railroad accident several
Gran«! parade forms at 9 o’clock I participating in goes without saying.
this kind has been polled off here for
The following is the program that has
weeks ago while on her wav to San
sharp on welt side of river, marches
years and it is certain to arouse a great
lieen prepared lor the concert that is to
• Francisco. Mrs. Will S. Worden has
along Main street, to bill, n< rth to Pine,
deal of interest. Three prises are offered
l>e given in the Houston opera house at
had tier mother remove«! to the home
east to Htli, south to Main, west to
—625, |15, 610. Those who have never
7 :J0 Sunday evening, the proceeds to be
The contract for the roadbed through «ven
roping contest should not fail to of some oi l Klamath Falls friends in used for the benefit of the Catholic
10:30 o'clock in court house park.
tin« contest, for it is one of the tlie city, where «tie can give Mrs. Har cjiurch:
The Fourth oí July Committee han
.Music by Klamath Falls, Military
exhibitionsone can well geant more |*r«oi>ai care than was
been unable to secure the balloon for
possible at tlie huapitai to which Mrs.
the Fourth. The man with whom they signed by the Southern Pacific, and Mr. imagine.
Thine Eyes — (from
Invocation, Rev. IL E. Dunlap.
had reached an agreement failed to keep Mason is making preparations for start
Anvil chorus, by 20 voices.
Ids part of the contias't, having received ing work at once. This will complete
Crater Lake Club
Mrs. Zumwalt, Miss Worden,
is sufficient improvement in her condi-
Address of welcome, Mayor IL st.
an offer at a higher figure from another
' tion to give assurance that with several
city. However, the money that was to I be finished December 31. The work
Song, "Sword of Uncle Stm” male1
The Crater Lake Club met last night
be spent in bringing this attraction has front Dorris to the point where Mr.
able to return with her mother toiler
been diverted to another channel, and
home in Klatnath Fall«.
ltea«ling of Declaration of Indepen
I Heard the Voice of
the result will Ire that the people will
dence. Prof. J. G. Swan.
Jecus Say r ....... Johnson
have more fun for their money than unforseeii obstacles aiise the California mittee on by-laws appointed. They de
Song, Uolnmbia, 45 little girls
Miss I.eta Nickerson.
they would have had in just seeing a Northeastern will reach this city next cided to have a float in the parade on
Song, America, by audience.
fellow shoot up into the air.
4. Violin Solo, Serenade ... Tittl
Uration of day, Senator Geo. Noland.
members for tiie past ten years were re
Every tietail of Mhe program for the
Music by band.
mitted and they were considered ing-xsl
three days celebration lias been looked
Summer - Chaminade
Mary F-. Swingle
There is always a welcome for you at
Soldiers’ chorus, by 20 voices.
standing. The next meeting will be
after, anti (lie committee is deserving ol
Grace M. E. church in their temporary
Baby show, prizes for prettiest bov
Saturday evening at 9 o’clock.
much praise for the thoroughness with
place of worship, one block north of
and girl baby under one year of age.
which they have handled affairs.
Ln«t Saturday evening Mr«. i. Mary E.1
I Public School building.
Brower, John Stilts,
Goddess of Liberty
Swingle died at Die Imine of her son, I
Henry Stout, in this citv. Death was
225 Bible School....................... ........ 10 a. IU.
due to heart failure, and occurred so Bertie Goodrich..
«>•'•» Preaching ................ 11 a. m.-aiid8p. m. Secretary of the Interior will Ire in thi
1:30 p. m. st fair gjotimls.
suddenly that she passsed away before Euraiiyiu Elliot...
245 Epworth League....................... 7 :15 p. m. city next month. Official notice to this
Fool race 100 yards, fretr for all, silver
Olli re medical aid could be summoned. Mrs. June Grigsby.......
Work and worship with us ami we effect was received by the local Recla
medals 1st and 2nd.
C. F. Swingle was one of the pioneers of this
mation office last Saturday. No date lias
122 w ill do thee good.
Three legged race, 50 yards.61 50 61 00 Stone has been appointed to the vacancy, county ami throughout her lifetime Mae AVorden ...
PATRIOTIC DAY—At the M. E. as yet been definitely set for his arrival,
Little girls race, 50 yards .. 1 00
50 In the selection of .Mr. Stone Mr. Moore made many friends who extend their Stella Engle .......
church next Sabbath.
but it is generally understood that I e
Pie eating contest.... 1 50 1 00
50 has shown splendid judgment. Mr. heartfelt sy nipathy tn the bereaved rela I
At 11 a. m. tlie pastor will deliver a will be here not later than July 16. H
Stone is a man of tine qualities, a good tives.
pat 1 iotic add re-«.
will probably remain for a week, duri ig
lawyer and fully qualitie i to ably ad
The deceased was born in Ohio No
At » p. tu. the children and young which time he will visit the reservation
•4 mile and repeat, free for
minister the duties of (he office with vember 17, 1S3S. She is survived bv
The above reward is offered by the p -oj lt< will renderà short program of1 and Crater Ijtke.
all................................... 75 00
which be has been honored. His ap four children, Ida A. Moore, of Fresno,
Club of this city for theairest vaiious exerci«es. Short addresses on ' The matter of entertaining the Secre
dash, for 3-year-olds... .40 00
pointment is the sourc * of much pleas Calif., Millie M. Walton, Berkeley,
tary will betaken up by the board of
1K dash, lice for all............. 50 00
ure and satisfaction to his many friend", Calif,, Minnie A. Clift and Heniv Stout and conviction of the person who ha« pai>er« w i:l b « given.
A hearty weh ome to all,
directmsof the Water Users association,
7 p. m. grand handicap launch race and they extend their congratulations to of this city. I he funeral -ervives wore been putting out ¡toison on the streets
and all del ails will rest with that body.
I'. CONKLIN, Paa'or.
on Upper Klamath Lake, prize to be Mr. Slone and Moore alike.
held Tuvtdav .in.I were largely attended., 0 :his city.
Three Days Filled with
Fun and Fireworks
Bishop O'Reilly to be
Here this Week
GOOD TIME FOR ALL
TO DEDICATE CHURCH
Nearly Two Thousand
Dollars will be Spent
Confirmation Will be Ad