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of Klamath County
of Klamath County
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 31, 1907.
BONUS TO BE
WILL NOT SELL
Comic Opera to be Produced by Local
Talent at Houstons Opers
What promisee to I* th« beat local
The following letter from G.X. Wend
ling, president of the Weed Lumber prodoation yet given in Klamath Falla
is the Trial By Jury, a comic opera by
company explains itself:
the c«lebrat«<i composers, Sullivan and
Weed, Cal., Oct. 29, 1907.
Gibert. The name« of the«« great com-
yuen, known throughout the world a*
■uccaaaful opera writer«, ia sufficient
On my arrival here, my attention
proof Ol th« excellence of the music,
was called to an article in the Kacra-
and the well known ability of our local
men to “Bee" of Qetolier 2fith, page 7,
singers is also a guarantee of a flrat
wherein it is reported that the McCloud
River Lumlier Company has arranged
The acene repreaented ia a court room
maintenance of the lawns. The main to purchase the pro;>ertles of the Weed
in which ia in progress a breach of 11. Solo, Angelina—“O’er the Season
He Refuses to Affirm or entrance will lie graced by a handsome ‘ Lumlier Cotn|«ny, and from this report promiae case, yery harmonizing in ita
Other Large Enterprises
. entrance gate, close to which will be a the rumor has spread throughout North detail«, but like all comic operas, enda 12. Aria, Coan««)—“With a Sense of'.
Deny Correctness of the j building for the reception of remains. urn California and perhaps throughout happily for al) participants. The muaic
are being Considered
In this structure will lie several vaults the State.
Definite An and ,a chapel. A sexton will lie con The cause for the closing down of our
and if Sound will bring
¡4 Song, Defendant—“Oh, Gentlemen,
and dimaxee exceedingly funny.
nouncement is Expected stantly employed, whose duly it will be
Listen I Pray.”
Large Capital to Klam
The local aingere have the good of the
, to look after the digging of the graves mills having a productive capacity of
16. Recit, Judge—“That Seem a Reas
and the care of the property and «10,000,000 feet of lumlier annually, is
turned out to help the good cauae. The
grounds. The object ia a worthy one entirely due to the fact that we have a
following it the program and the cant of IS. Recit, Counsel—“But I Submit.”
and ought to have tbe hearty support of very large abick of raw material on hand
17. Song, Plaintiff—“I Love Him.”
Tlie deads, contracta and agreements
The day of small affairs ia fast passing
in our lumlier yards, and the farther
18. Kong, Defendant—“I Smoke Like
are to be reconveyed to the subecribers
for this city and county, and now comes
fact, that for tbe last four months we
to the 1100,000 railroad bonus fund by
have only Lad a few care from the 1. Chorus, "Star of Descending Night” 1». Recit, Judge—“The Question, Gen the moment when the big things that
the Klamath Development company.
go to make great communities are at
• I". wierson
Southern Pacific Co., necessary to the
tlemen, is One of Liquor.”
This will not occasion very much sur I
tracting the attention of the men who
Chorus—“With All Respect, We do
prise, for it is in line with the policy I
have done so much to make Klamath
For fear that there are not enough though our sash and door plant, ¡daning
Mas. M oboam , M r . H ilu
pursue*! by this corporation ever since
what ahe is today. There are several
mill plant and box plant are running S. Male Quartet, “In Silent Mead”
2!. Finale, Judge—"Oh, Now I am a
it eutered this field. Al the expiration
big enterprises on foot now—bigger than
full blast, with the hope that material
<>f the date set for the completion of the lands, the Defiartmrnt has issued the
here has dreamed of, but they
now being manufactured and stored,
22. Chorus—“And a Good Judge, too.”
road into this city, the trustees were following order governing commuta
4. Grecian Drill—
are juat now in the nucleus and the pro
may I* shipped in the near future.
notified not to reconvey the deeds, con
moters of them absolutely refuae'to make
I desire to announce to the people of I
"Registers and Receivers: Yon are
tracts and agreements to the aubscrib
public anything relative to their plans.
ere. No explanation was made al that directed to al once inform all news-
One thing, however, that baa pro
in the northern part of the state that I
lime, nor since, and the idea seemed to ;x*l>rra in vour respective districts as a
quite satisfactorily and about
the rumor is absolutely without found- I
Those who have and those who have which a little waa learned, is a beet
gain ground that the Klamath Develop matter of news that in all cases where
ation, ami that the subject of the sale
not engaged in surveying work in cold sugar factory. Ever since it became
ment company w as going to maisl on |
Carrie'-Kidings Stella Campbell
of our projierty to the McCloud people,or .
northern countries will, perhaps, be known that this county was adapted to
the collection of the bonus. But subse vember 1, 1907, commutation proofs
to any other concern has not been under 5. Solo, “Chauson ProvencaJe*'....
interested in the accompanying the growing of the sugar beet efforts
quent events proved this conclusion l<> must show actual and continuous bona
........................................... Pell' Aeyua
tide residence for the full period of 14 consideration.
reproduction of a photograph of an engi have been made to interest capital in
Mio J essie B kxk M organ .
The rumor perhaps originated on ac-
neering party engage«I in running a pre the erectiou of a factory. These plane
When the California Northeastern
"In all ca*es where Jthe entries were ■ count of a recent friendly visit paid by ( fl. Comic Quartet, "The County Fair.” liminary railway line, from Gun Flint
are maturing nicely, and next year will
was purrhaaeil by the Southern Pacific made ftrfore Novemlier 1, ll<*7, U-v Mr. Evans, our general sii|>erinteD<ient, ,
Mas. Z immerman
M um W orden
Lake, on the United States and Canada see something of a tangible nature un
company, it is assumed that certain rule heretofore existing that six luoNtiia* and the writer visiting thu McCloud1
M r . M ason
M r . Z immerman
boundary line, to tbe Highland Station dertaken. It is not expected that the
agreements bad lieen made relative to constructive residence following the i Mills, and a visit by Mr. Queal, presi-
of tbe Duluth A Iron Range R. R., a factory will be erected in this city, nor
the lionna, and it was the fulfillment of date of the entry will bo considered as ■ dent of thu McCloud company, together
distance ol 8fi miles. The party con that work thereon will begin next year.
PART II—“TRIAL BY JURY.”
these that prompted the Klamath I>ev- a |«art of the required 14 months* resi with his executive committee, visiting
sisted of Mr. E. T. Abbott, Chief Engi The first thing that has to be done is to
elopnient coni|>aliy to follow the course dence, will remain in force.
j the Weed Lumlier company before th«
neer, 12 white men, 10 Indian« and 8 secure sufficient acreage to guarantee
adopted. All of Jheee stipulations bal
"You are directed to give this matter departure o( said committee to their Plaintiff................M m . D on J. Z vmwalt
Mr. Abbott may be seen on tbe the cultivation of sufficient beets to
ing evidently I mm - ii complied with, the immediate attention, and as w ide pub ! eastern homes.
I Judge .......................... T. W. Z immerman
j right of the view, bolding tbe dog make the operation of the factory pos
company now is in a ¡«»«ilion to do w hat licity as possible and to post a copy of
There is nothing in it, except the elas
it would have done at the time set for the letter in a conspicuous place in yonr tic menial vision of the country report ' Counsel for Plaintiff.......... Bonos M ason I "Brecko.” Mr. Abbott, to whom we sible. Hand in band with this will go
indebted for the picture, informs us experimental forma. It is proposed to
the completion of the road into this ollie.
R. A. BALLIN'.ER. "
er who wrote about an imagined some ' Lsher..................................................... Rov W that
the work occupied abon.t three sow to beets about one-fourth of an acre
thing, ol which he knew nothing—hence
in the dead of winter, and he
When A. H. Nah/ger, president of
I Waive Jacobs adds that it was "accomplished without in many localities throughout the
F lower B ra reus .,
county. These small tracts will be un
the Klamath iWvelopment uimpany.
accident, and what is out of the ordi der the control and direction uLa qmmi -
was seen by a representative ol the Re
B kiderii -IDs—Anna Beeson, Mae Wor- nary, ahe cook stuck till the job was
WEED LUMBER COMPANY.
publican relative to the truthfulness of
Work on the grad« through the marsh
Per G. X. Uasauss, Pmeient.
den, .datuie Boyd, lxtnise Lee, Agnes finished.’’ Tbe cooking was done for petent beet sugar man and the expense
of their cultivation will lie borne by the
«he rumor fie refuse«! at this time to is again at a standstill, due thia time to
Lee, Bese Boiler.
the 22 men on a special stove weighing people who are now trying to interest
make any statement for publication, the inability of the I mmmii to stand the
J cbi hrn —Will Mason, Foreman, Willis only 80 lbs. Tbe stove was only 22 ins.
capital. After these beets are har
and would neither confirm nor deny the heavy strain placed upon it. Thu buck
E. Faught, Chas. A. Howard, Irwin wide, ax a greater width woull have
vested they will be weighed, classified
correctness of the story, However, it et now in use is so large that it removes
Rolle, Oscar Wright, Will Hurn, made trouble in getting it between
and analyzed and if the result prove as
can la» positively stated that all sub I’d yards ol material with each opera
Junior Daggett, Alex. Martin, Vin trees on a toboggan. Mr. Abbott is now-
satisfactory as have the experimenta
scriptions will be returned w ithout con tion, and it living of u very heavy char
The anniversary dance of the Twenty'
cent Yaden, Carl Wright, Carlyele located at Thrall, Cal., where be fills
heretofore made it is certain that the
acter it has Itecome necessary to suspend One Club was given at the Houston ,
Yaden, Garrett Van Rqier.
the position of general manager of the money for tli€ factory will be forthcom
Ever since the Klamath Iievelopiucnl operations until a smaller bucket can be o|>era house last Friday evening, and 1
Klamath Lake R. R., besides a variety ing.
company entered this field aboiutu fair procured. One with a capacity of one like all the dances given by this vigaui- i A ccompanist —Miss Georgia White.
other positions.—Engiheering News.
The erection of such a factory would
ness has characterized nil of its opera yard has been ordered from Portland, xation was an unqualified success. The j
mean a great deal not only for this
tions. No other agency has done so and when it arrive'« it is expected to attendance was large and the members
L adies or the O pera
county, but also for this city. Tbe val
much for the development of this city overcome the difficulties encountered and guests bail a most delightful even-! Bess Applegate
ues of land would advance rapidly, the
and county as lias this corporation, and ami ¡lermit of the continuous operation ing. The refreshments were quite Anna Beeson
Mrs. F. E. Boyd
population grow and the immense pay
¡■crimps no other will have as potent an of the dredge.
elaliorate, and the Club is to be con
roll connected with its operation make
influence in the upbuilding <>f the Klam
The material for the new dredger ia gratulated on the manner in which the Stella Campbell
Mies Nellie Brown and L. Alva Lewis money plentiful. The same w ill be true
ath basin in the future. It is an incon now on the ground, and when the ma whole affair wax conducted.
were united in marriage st the home of ’ of two other enterprises that are now
trovertible fact that if the Klamath chinery arrives it will be assembled as
The regular meeting of the Club was Edna Elliott
the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. lieing considered, so that with the work
l>evelopiiienl company had not started rapidly as possible.
It is hoped that held Monday night, when otlicers for Faye Hogue
Brown, at Crystal creek last Sunday, on the government project and the rail
the California Northeastern at the time with this one in working trim that op the ensuing three months were elected. Edna Jensen
1 Rev. J. B. Griffith officiating. Only the road construction Klamath Falls will
it did, the Southern Pacific would not erations will move along at a rapid pace They were: President, H. B. Hubbard; Louise Lee
immediate relatives i f the contracting lie a prettv lively citv next vear.
today l»c knocking al the door of Klam and the time lost since the commence vice president, Dr. C. P. Maxon, secre Agues Marple
'ties were present at the cermony.
ath Falla. While it is true that a rail ment of the contract made up.
tary, Claude Chastain; invitation com
Mr. Lewis is well known throughout
road would have been built into this city
mittee, Will Baldwin, M. D. Williams Edith Rutenic
Letter From Newell
•. • • 'i •!’- county, which he has served
it is to the Klamath Development com Sunday School
and E. (J. Murray. The next dance Flora Shive
,i-: .v.i-ii.-r for the past several years.
pany and Mr. Naitzger that thu credit
will be ,held on Friday evening, Novem Orpha Shallock
He is a popular young man and is en
is due for it reaching ns from one to two
Convention ber 8.
The following letter was received by
with much ability that will win E. I. Applegate from F. H. Newell,
years sooner than it otherwise would
Mrs. C. E. Wriglit for liim success. Miss Brown is one of director of the Reclamation Service:
The Klamath County Sunday School
Klamath's popular and efficient school
i .Mae Worden
Washington, D. C., Oct. 22, 1907.
Convention will lie held in this city
Winnie Wampler Mrs. Don Zumwalt teachers, who has endeared herself to
Mr. E. I. Applegate,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of thia
' a large circle of friends, who join in
Mrs. T. W. Zimmermann.
What promises to lie one of the most,
Klamath Fall«, Ore.
week and it promises to lie an affair
wishing her much happiness.
M en of the O pera
sensational suite ever instituted in this |
tilled with interest throughout. An
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis left for Portland,
Willis E. Faught
The Klamath Cemetery Association
recent newspaper clippings I
elalxirat« program has been arranged city will claim thu attention of the peo- i
was organised in this city Tuesday, the
Augustus Goodrich by wav of Dead Indian trail J-xpecting to learn that you have retired from the
nd mied in which will lie several ad- pie of this city within a few days. It is I
C. A. Howard
following officers and directors being
a suit lor breach of promise and is' George C. Hill
, dresses by State Field Kii|>erintendent
' Lewis has rented the A.J. Manning resi- secretaryship of the Water User« asso
elected: President, J. W. Siemens;
iC. A. Phillips, who, with his wife, will
1 deuce where they will be at home to ciation gracefully, if not voluntarily.
vice president, Captain O. C. Applegate;
I am very sorry to learn of this action,
lie in attendance. The officers of the
Dr. G.H. Merryman , their friends after November 5.
secretary and treasurer, E. P. .Morgan ;
as I appreciate the hard work you have
I association are as follows«: president, are well (known, and mixed into the Roy Nelson
director«, J. W. Siemens, E. P. Morgan,
done for the association and your activ
1.1. B. Mason, secretary, Miss Odalite case will be one of the prominent mar
F. P. Cronemiller, O. C. Applegate and
ity in guarding the beet interest« of all
Horning ; executive committee, Rev. P.
E. J. Murray.
Conklin, Rev. J. B. Griffith, Rev. Geo. charms and talent has made her one of!
An option on a tract of land was so-
At this time I wish to express my
T. Pratt, Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Beals. the city's most popular matrons. That
The land office at Lakeview has dit*
Garrett Van Riper Roy Walker
cured from the Enterprise Land com
appreciation of your work, aild the
With the exception of the sessions held
missed the contest of J. L. Buell vs. J.
pany, and it is the intention of the as
in the Baptist church Sunday afternoon is certain and that the Trial by Jury)
I.. Yaden, the register and the receiver hope that yon will be in a more fortu
sociation to try and interest the frater
and evening, the convention will ÌH» will be witnessed by a crowded opera
concurring. In hie contest Mr. Buell nate situation in the near future.
nal orders to purchase |>ortions of it.
T. W. Zimmerman
Very truly yours,
' held in the Presbyterian church.
alleged that Mr. Yaden failed to comply
The scheme is an elaborate one. The
F. II. NEWELL,
with the homestead law as regards to
main purpose it to secure a location Yer
1. Opening Chorus—"Hark! tlu Hour his residence, since, as lie was mail con
aceiHotery that will lie permanent. A
tractor he had to reside on the ronte.
maintenance fund will be created to
Nolo, Usher—“Now Jurymen Hear In dismissing the contest the register
Oil Leases Filed
provide for the perpetual care of the
The effect of Miss SteHa Campbell's
The first Halloween party of the year trip to the Jamestown Exposition is 3. Song, Defendant—"When First My and receiver Weld that where absence is
grounds, thus insuring the proper at
due to employment in the public ser
was given at the home of Frank Ira still being felt, and hardly a week passes
tention (or all time.
Love I Knew ”
Thia week there were filed in the
vice, it cannot be construed as a viola
One of the things planned is to secure White by Miss McCauley Tuesday even but wliat brings her a letter of inquiry 4. Chorus, JuryL an—"Oh ! I was like
office of the County Clerk a large num
the abandonment of the present cemo- ing. About twenty of the young folk of to Klamath County's popular young
that when a laid !’’
j residence. C. F. Stone represented Mr. ber of leases on land in the vicinity of
tejy and the tranaferance of nil the re city gathered there and indulged ill the lady. When in the east, and particu 5. Solo, Usher—"Silence in Court.”
Bonanza. The purpose of these leases
mains now interred there to the new usual games eo well known on such an larly while al Jamestown, Alias Cnuip- 0. Chorus—“All Hail, Great Judge."
is to «ecure to the owner the right to
site. After this is done it is hoped to occasion.
showed Irell never lost an opportunity to place 7. Nolo, Judge, “For These Kind
prospect for («troleum and gas as well
be able to make the site of the old much originality in the arrangement of the greatness of the county before those
as minerals of any character whatever.
cemetery a public perk.
the program, with the result that her who were interested. That her work 1 8. Solo, Usher—“Oh, Will Yon Swear"
The owner of the land is to receive ten
Included in the scheme of beautifying guests had a most delightful time. Re was well done is evidenced by the let 9. Jury—“To All of This We Make
Jim Straw now has on hand lot« of per cent of the net profits. The leases
the grounds is the construction of a freshments were served, and it was not ters she ia now receiving, and that the
Ripe Cabbage ami Kraut in any quan run for a term ol twenty years, and oil
reservoir on the highest point, . the far from day break when the merry trip will lie productive of much good for 10. Chorus, Bridesmaids, "Comes the
tity. Residence, West end of Bride*'. must be struck within three years or
water Irotn which in to be used tor the maker« started for home.
Klaiuath is certain.
' Telephone 823.
the lease is f jtLiled,
Klamath Development Co. Reported
Reaching Such Decision
Movement on Foot to Interest
Capital in the Enterprise
PRESIDENT NAFTZGER SILENT