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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 7, 1907
C. N. E. WORK
CLAMOR FOR KLAHATH
of Klamath County
TRIAL BY JURY
Portland Man Suggests Slogan for Highly Successful Production
the Home Talent Play.
Klamath County Boosters
If Klamath could see herself as others I j ProfeM<>r Robinson may rightfully
see her there would lie such a Hood of ; place another feather in Ills cap, fur be |
IxxMting and enthusiasm throughout ' lias covered himself with glory by the
I this county that it would lie heard Iroru succeesfiil manner in which he staged
one Coast to the other. The following the Trial by Jury. Few audieuces have ,
' letter from <>.<•. Hughson is a fair saru- left the Houston <q>era house iietter sat
' pie ol what the visitor thinks of Klarn- isfied than were those attending the
productions of this play Munday and ;
Enrroii K i ^ matii K epi - blii an :
Tuesday evening*. Trial by Jury is en-;
I wish to thank you for the copy of titlixl to a place alongside of Queen ;
your paper containing the list of awards, l.-'lier.
and will add that my surprise was very
A new star has appeared tn the musi
1 great on seeing your county and its pro cal firmament of thia city in tbe person
PART II—"TRIAL BY JURY.”
I «4 Mrs. Jessie Brock Morgan. It was
in this city has not liecn abandoned, al ductions—es|M-cia)ly the children.
Believes That the Bene-
Cast <>J Character»
though a delimito concimimi to thia «Reet saw- only one crying child while there. her first ap|>earance liefore a Klamath
lia« not H» yet lujen reached.
J-alls audience and her greeting was a
old residenters he said, “Huh! Why ; most cordial one, and fully merited. Judge
T. W. ZlMMEKMAN
should they cry? There's nothing tlie ■ Mrs. Morgan is the possessor of a fine :
Defendant............................ Gao. C. H ill 1
matter with ’em.”
; soprano voice and her rendition of 1 Counsel for Plaintiff.......... Bcuox M a sox
There's nothing tbe matter with I "Chanson Provenrale” gave her ample
Justifies the Payment
<>rganixe your Klamath opportunity to exercise her wonderful I Usher....................................... R oy W alkkk (
The following letUrs will lie oi interest , Klamath.
to the stock bidders "t the Waler Users elamorers right away and get them to vocal abilities. She won the hearts of i Foreman of Jury................... W m . M ason ;
of This Sum
Association, bearing as they do upon clamoring for Klamath. Get ready for her audience, and when in response to 1
the removal ol E. I. Applegute as secre a better show next year and a big show- ! the enthusiastic enebore she sang “For- .
tary. At the lime that Mr. Apph-gate i ing at tlie Alaska-Yukon Exposition.
As stated exclusively in last week’s
gotten,” she enshrined herself with the B kioesmaim —Anna Beeson, Mae Wor
.My slogan for Klamath is "Clamor
was removed certain ugly stories were
Republican tbe railroad bonus is to be re
musical devotees of this city.
den, Mamie Boyd, Louise Lee, Agnes
turned to tbe subscribers witirout con
circulated throughout tlie county, and for Klsmath" and I eend you averse the
If one were leaking around for a
Lee, Bess Boiler.
troversy. A statment to this effect was
it is ih regard to these that the follow ' tune of which I think you can get from Dutch comedian Burge Mason would
Mrs Zumwalt. Tlie song was “Hi tbe have been the last person to be selected, i J cbymen —Will Mason, Foreman, Willis issued last Friday by the Klamath De
ing letters pertain:
E. Faught, Chas. A. Howard, Irwin velopment company. It is as follows :
Klamath Falla, Ore., Nov. 3, 1907. Freshman,” and we used to sing it at
and yet everyone who heard him now
Rolfe, Oscar Wright, Will Hurn,
To the subscribers to tbe railroad sub
the college which Mr. and Mrs. Zum
Mr. W. (’. Dalton, Director,
admits that such neglect would have
Junior Daggett, Alex. Martin, Vin sidy fund :
Klamath Water Users Association,
been a great mistake. Mr. Masun,’both
cent Yaden, Car) Wright, Carlysle
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
This is the chorus for the Clamorere: in make-up and dialect, was perfect and (
Yaden, Garrett Van Riper.
Having reached tlie conclusion that
Uh! Klamath Falls,
; aroused roars of laughter by his deline-
owing to unavoidable delay in tbe con-
The r«|>ort bss been generally circu
Thy beauty calls,
t atiun of this character. The same is A ccompanist —Miss Georgia White.
structon of the California Northeastern
lated that I received certain information
Thy name and fame,
true ol .Miss Mae Worden, the last per DmiM-roa—Martin E. Robinson.
railwsy to Klamath Falls, we shall not
in connection with the projxised leasing
Thy rock-ribbed walls,
son in the city to be suspected of being
able to avail ourselves of tbe subsidy
ot the Clear Iuike property by the Recla
We will protect
the possessor of a delicious brogue.
I subscriptions without controversy and
mation Service for grazing purpose* and
When duty calle—
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman added greatly i. Opening Chorus—“Hark! the Hour I
probable litigation, in all cases where
furnished the same to sheepman, thus
For we love Klamath Falls.
J to the merriment of the part by their
the subscribers insist upon the return of
enabling them to overbid you for such
I effective and natural portrayal of their
Solo, Usher—“Now Jurymen Hear
their subscriptions, we have decided to
We’ll fling thy banner
| parte. Mrs. Zimmerman has a voice of
return the cash subscriptions and to
Inasmuch as I knew nothing abgpt the
To the breeze,
! remarkable sweetness and never fails to a. Song, Defendant—"When First My
withdraw any further objection to the
matter until after it was ilisjwieed of, and
i captivate her audience.
Love I Knew.”
reconveyance by the Trustees of the
it is alleged that you ar*the originator
Clamor Klamath Falls.
, In the Trial by Jury Mrs. Don J. 4. Chorns, Jurymen—“Ob ! I was like lands snbscribed towards the subsidy,
of the above report, 1 1**1 that an ex
If you can't get the tuue from Mr». ' Zumwalt added new laurels to ber I
that when a Lad!”
and deeded to the Trustees.
planation is due m* from you.
Zumwalt I’ll come down and sing ft for I w reath. Her singing was never better
Upon demand of the subscribers and
Your* very truly,
and her acting developer! a new talent
order to save them some expense,
(Bd.) ELMER I APPLEGATE.
Very truly yours,
that few of her friends suspected her of 6, Chorus—"All Hail, Great Judge.”
and unless we are otherwise ordered by
O. G. HUGHSON
posaeiiHng. As tbe heart-broken, jilted <. Solo, Judge, "For These Kind ; the subscribers and the trustees, we
Klamath tails, Ore., Nov. 3, 1907.
\ maiden, bent on winning Hie hearts of
shall prepare deeds for reconveyance
.Mr. Elmer I. Applegate,
judge and jury, she has perfect, and so 8. Solo, Usher—"Oh, Will You Swear" immediately and shall also authorize the
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
well di<l she succeed that it was a close !
9. Jury—"To All of This We Make Chamber of Commerce to return the
race between the foreman of the jury
cash subscriptions and contracts.
I am in receipt of your letter of today
We wish to remind the eubscritiers
in which you elate that it is altae*d I list of fine bouses. Hardly a week passes j authority of the latter in having the de It). Chorus, Bydesmaids, “Comes the
our efforts secured the construction
1 originated the report which has Ix-en
ciding voice in the matter. Mr*. Zum
of the railroad into tbe Klamath Basin,
generally circulated, to the idlvct that
11. Solo, Angelina—“O’er the Season and beyond question at a considerably
Tiiere bns been walt Is a.ways charming tu ber audience
you furnished sheepmen certain infer- from $2. UQU
earlier date than it would have been
mstfon which enabled them tai overbid more of this class ot houses constructed I k George C. Hill a* the love sick boy, 12. Aria, Counsel—"With a Sense of
done without our efforts, and we also
me for tlie lease of the Clear Lake prop recently than ever liefore in tbe history ! cynical lover and heartless flirt was su i
believe that the effect of our work has
erty by the Reclamation Service, for of the city and the indication* are that , perb. He demoBstrated that he poe- 13. Jury—“Monster, Dread Our Fury.”
been to enhance the value of the hold
which you ask an explanation from me.
numtier of cases where homes are con- seeses unsuspected talents along these 14. Song, Defendant—"Oh, Gentlemen, ings, not only of tbe subscribers to the
!n reply I l>eg to state that I regret
subsidy fund, but of all property owners
The latest bouse along lines, and like crows, they may come
Listen I Pray.”
very much that such a report should templeted.
hometorooet. His part was a difficult
in this region and although the railroad
have treen circulated-; ami I wish that owned by W. H. Nortec. It is lo_ one to sustain, but be was quite equal 15. Récit, Judge—“That Seem a Reas
did not reach Klamath Falls at tbe
to say that it was iwi|>os«ible for yoe to
caled near cite High school and few « to tb« occasion, and hi* interpretation
time provided for in the contract, we
know what my Ind was, since it was
Récit, Counsel—"But I Submit.”
any homes in this city have as fine a ol Hie part was above criticism.
did the best we could under tbe difficult
presented last, and within a few min view of ti>e surrounding country as has i
M. Zimsiiermasi, as judge, was*
conditions. But if tbe subscribers feel
Song, Plaintiff—“I Love Him.”
utes before theo|wniug, which was done
this one, and being well supplied wiUi splendid.
He was a discriminating
that we are not entitled to any compen
then and there in tlie presence <4 the
porch room it will make one of tlie de-1 i****®6 ***** w*8 *‘***n8 *° profit by
sation for our services we accept tbe
other bidders and myself; and further, I
lightful sputa of the city from which to , Other« mistakes, and consequently de
the conclusion without complaint.
Récit, Judge—"The Question, Gen
wish t<> state, that, after thorough in
view tlie beautiful landscag-e to l>e seen eWed tlie cnee by declaring his inten- 1».
We desire, however, to note in pass
vestigation. 1 am fully convinced that Irons Klamath Falls. ft is an
H™ to marry the broken-hearted maid
ing, that one jf the subscribers to the.
you had no connection wliatevor with
room lioese with ample closets, hails en himself. His decision was equally as 20. Chorus—"With All Respect, We do subsidy fund, namely, the Churchill
the whole matter.
and bathroom. Red fir is the wood pleasing to the audience aS it was to the
company settled their subscription in
Trusting that this explanation * ill I itsrxl for ti e msi.le finish. In the sek-c- , heroine. Wnh his magnificent V«iM
21. Finale, Judge—“Oh, Now 1 am a full, with the statement that they be
prove entirely satisfactory. I am
tioa ol this wood Mr. North lias ever *’“* romiMnding appearance, Mr. Zim-
lieved they had received the benefits
Yours very truly,
J cimk I especial care and tlie grain ia benu- nirrman made an idea! r.idge, and hi«
(tM.) W.C. DALTON. I tiful. The V alia are plastered and will rendition «4 the part met with the warm
tiiis support <4 the audience.
KLAMATH DEVELOPMENT CO.
i . I m *
W. H. Mason divided honors with ail
, iionee Mr. North ba« s|>aN-d no eXfiutiHe
By A. H. N aftzgeb , President.
and it will long be one of the sulmuui- by his wiUingnese to relieve the judge,
Thus is closed the last chapter of the
jury and ex-lovet of the troubles arisiug
As a result of the governor's procla J tial I khom of the city.
The regular meeting of the board of opening up of Klamath county, the
Cither 4lie home* in Hie course of con out of tbe case and liad all but coa-
mation declaring legal holidays, all busi-
of the Water Users association commencement of which is due to the
HI vinced the fair maiden by hie tender
Klamath Development company. Had
nees at the
house is nt
caresses that he was It when the hard was held in the Baldwin building Satur
WI mui the question he said later, are those of John Ellis hearted judge solved Hie problem by day, when E. I. Applegate turned over it not been for this corporation it is
was brought to Deputy District Aitor- ( an<i Professor Faught on Pacific Avenue, summarily walking off with her himself. the burdens of the office to his succes quite proliable that tlie construction of
a railroad into this basin would have
ney Stone's attention be gave an in tlie Hot Springs addiLien, R. E. Can- ;
One of tbe jdeasiug numbers of the sor. Claude P. Chastain. Prior to the been delayed from one to three years.
the effect that there trail and others. All of these will take
first rank with the beautirful he mes of program was tbe Grecian drill, ted by 1 action that closed hie official connection The Sonthern Pacific is slow to inaugu
was no question but that
state and are resideaees of which Misses Bee* Boiler aed Ixiuise Ix-e. I with the association Mr. Applegate read rate new lines and it was to thè
tain business cotrld not be trans-
Their coetuuiee made a pleasing and , a statement to the directors and also and daring of such men as Mr. Naftzger
acted anil since tltere was a eerious this city may feel proud.
striking edfect aed the drill as a whole;
4 r —
doubt whether the governor’s proclama
statement was embodied in the minutes that the early begining of tbt California
was a decided succeee.
tion did not suspend all legal business, it
| Professor Robioeon was much grati of the meeting and will become part of
would be advisable to await tbe ter-
fied over tbe able assistance rendered by the record* of the hssociation.
mination of the holiday program in or-
In the final examination of the
In an article published recently ia Mies Geoypa W'kate, as accompanist, a
der to be on the safe side.
of the office, it was found that,
the Engineering Contracting magaaine,
in response toa certain critieisui made auccessful rendition of the entire play. they were full, true and correct.
Klamath County haa a big delegation
One of the important matters that de
by that jounual relative to the excessive Ebe program follows:
student« at Corvallis, attending th«
cost of force account work, A- P. Davis,'
was Hie matter of funds. The treasury Agricultural College. Following ia a
Manager O. B. Gates of the Light and
i. Chorus, ‘■‘Stazof Jtescending Night” of the association ia empty, and the at complete list of those registered to date:
Water company has decided to increase vice denies the charge and furnishes
••••J*, mrrson torney was instructed to notify the de
Harry G. Benson, Wren C. Crews,
the capacity of his electric plant and in figures to s I hjw the correctness of his
Honey" Toll linquent stockholders that unless they Lester L. Leavitt, Charles L. Moore,
compliance with that decision has placed
paid up promptly there would lie insti Holly H. Siemens, George J. Siemens,
M rs . M obuab , M r . 11 ill .
au order fora new 11 K. W. exciter to the nmgnxine was that of a certain piece |
tuted legal proceedings to compel them Klamath Falla.
re|dace the one now in use. When
Mfile Quartet, “In Filent Mead”
to do so. The question of paying the
Sherman A. Brown, John M. Cope
this is installed it will materially iu-1 Arizona, the cost of which to the gov
..................................................Emrrton ' assessments has been a troublous one
land, Howard C. Cunningham, Burton
caease the supply <4 electricity mid' ernment was fft.W |>er cubic yard. The
and the board is getting to the point L. Cunningham, Raymond S. Looeley,
thus avoid the lack of current thnt ex ningnzine stated that this was excessive 4.
where it will likely make an example of John Melhase, Obil Shattuck, Fort
ists in tlie morning mid evening when and could have been done much cheaper
the delinquents in order to put a stop Klamath.
tlie lights mid motors are running at tlie
to the practice of withholding the funds
Charley Graves, Odell.
I tradictfon of this Mr. Davis states tnat
necessary for the successful conduct of
bids were asked on six similar contracts
the affairs of the association.
Carrie Ridings Stella Campbell
mid the prices asked by the contractors
Work it* progressing very satisfactorily
Card oí I luniks
I were as follows : $13; $11.50; $27.50; 5. Solo, "Chanson Provencale”....
A resolution was also passed asking on the preliminary survey that is being
$13.50 and $10. He adds; "If any re
............................................ l>eW .fc/m the Secretary of the Interior to direct run between this city and Lakeview by
that an itemized account of the cost < f Engineer .J >urney of the Southern Pa
To the Aid Societies and all others liable contractor w ill agree to do this
Mm. J essie B rock M ori . in .
construction be furnished the Associa cific. It lx reported that it will he com
who bave helped us in our time of a oik as cheaply as the Keclamaliun
trouble ami bereavement, we wish to Service, plus a reasonable profit, the 0 Comic Quartet, “The County Fair.” tion .since January 1, 19)7, and thnt a pleted in ten days and that the maps
Jins W ohijex
like accounting be furnished every will sho'w a maximim grade of one per
only requirement is that he shall sub- 1 M rs . Z immerman
express our sincerest thanks.
Mil. Z immerman
M h . M ason
mil a bid.”
Mrs. J. 11. Jardine and children.
No Cessation of Operations on the
Southern Pacific Branch
President Naftzger Issues Formal
Statement to That Effect
LARGER FORCE THAN EVER
CHURCHILL PAID SUBSCRIPTION
That Construction Will
Proceed With Greater
Rapidity Than Ever
With the laying of! ol men by the
railroads throughout the country the
natural Inquiry arises, will the same
policy Ire followed in regard to the Cali
fornia Northeastern? A careful inquiry
has been made by the Republican, and
from reliable sources of information
comes the statement that work on this
line will Ire pushed with unusual vigor.
As soon as the lull came the contractors
instructed the employment agencies in
Han Francisco and Portland to send
them every man they could (Ind. and
the result Ims Iwen that the largest
force employe«! since the commence
meat of cen.t uc' oi is now rush
ing the work around Mt. Hebron. At
the present time the contractors have
all the men theY want, but plans are on
foot tv extend operations and thus
create work for larger forces. This will
result in the completion ol the line to
thia city al an earlier date than was
heretofore rfoemed |Hw«itil*. None ol
the officials, however, will make any
prediction as to when the line will reach
thia city. One gentleman high in au
“No one was more positive than I Hint
the railroad would I m - in Klamath Falla
thia year, but unforeseen obstacles pre
vented such a possibility. Ever sines
the work was begun on the California
Northeastern it has been followed by a
eeri« • ol difficulties, duel ul which was
lb* lalxrr problem, until I have r -aciied
the point where I will not slate when I
think the road will lie completed until I
see liie last spike 4r*v,,,>- Then I will
know. From present appearances ev
erything points to an earlier comi-tetion
t|jun we Jioped for some months ago,
but condition* change so rapidly that
we must wait and see bow the cat is go
ing to jump."
This sums up lb* situation concisely.
Those at the bead are all hopeful, but
none will venture a |>oaiUve predic.lom
The work la-tween Bray and Mt Hebron
is progressing very rapidly, and it is
now quite certain thnt trains will reach
that place la-fore the lira! id the year.
In Hie town the Weed Lum tier com pain
have made l>eavy investments. Already
it haa large lumla-r sheds and aware-
house. it has purchased the lintel ami
large additions to it are now laring
built. J. F. Maguire has opened up a
large general merchandise store and the
trade from the surrounding country ia
being diverted to that point. The town
ol Macdoel, where the Dunkards make
their headquarters, is showing sign ot
development, and that point will lie of
a material help in supplying Hie de
mand of tlx- contiguous territory. Dor
ris is on tlie Boom, with a big B. Mure
lota have l>een sold in that town than in
any of the others along the. line.
Whether this is due to the thonusgli
and systematic advertising the place
haa had or to an inside tip no one ¡sable
to guese, but one thing ia certain, that
Dorris is going to make a hard tight for
the business of the surrounding coun
try, and if it does not gel it it will txd
be through lack of energy and hustle.
Midland seems to have dropped out of
sight, but tlie wise ones say that it is
the lull before the storm, for it is the
confident prediction of those in a |>osi-
tion to know that there will lie located
at Midland one of the largest sugar beet
factories on the coast, ft is known to
Ixi a fact that capitalists have been in
vestigating its possihilities along tills
line and they were favorably impressed
The new dredger for the Mason Con-
si ruction company ought to be on hand
this week and bo in operation tlie first
of next. This witli tiie proposed im
provements on tlie old one ought to
place the work at this point in first class
shape. The worst of the grade is that
whiclT-is lieing thrown up first, so that
when the whole is completed that which
is now being constructed will bo ready
for the rails. The plan to work on the
cut north of the Hot Springs addition
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