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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 19, 1907
of Klamath County
The ext*cte<i did not happen Monday
At the regular meeting of the city
council last Monday night one of the when the legal lid was lifted and busi
principal topics of discussion was the ness onc^ more returned without the
fire alarm system. There was a decidtd safeguard of the legal holiday. Re[«rls
op|*osit|nn to the purchasing of a system from Portland are to the effect that the
at this time, owing to the financial con people paid no more attention to the
dition of the city. ft would seem, how- matter Ilian if the legal holidays never
ever, that something will have to I* existed, and it is safe to say that the
done. Th» suggestions advanced by satiAs condition existed throuuhout the
some last week that the present 1*11 Htzte, Of course, in this city nothing
could be rigged up with an automatic I else was expected. Everyone knew how
sounder met with u serious handicap , the banks stood and had every confi
Friday. An alarm was sent in and it dence in their stability. As a matter of
was not until after the equipment was fact the holidays have had no effect
returned to its headquarters that it was whatever on banking buaines« here, and
ascertained where the blaze was. Then their su“|*nsion would have gone un
ugain there were few people in the west noticed had not attention been called to
J. M. McIntire and Charles L. Tutt,
favorable consideration of parents, and end of the city who heard the 1*11. their stopping.
Anyone Who Cannot Be judging from the inquries that are being I This would have a serious matter if the In the legal family, however, tilings co-partners vs. W. R. Davis et al, suit, Contributors Want to
made, this year will see many such ac- fire ha<l occurred at night and in some were different. The wheels of justice suit in equity.
Know More About the
Suited By Republican I counts
of tiie buildings on Main street. The once tuore began to move, although it
Wilhrow-.Melhase Co. vs. A. M. Tay
was with a gtxxi deal of trouble. Week lor et al, suit in equity.
Receipts and the Ex
Advertisers is Hard to The Xmas cake can l>e purchase*! ut advocates of the new system point out l*fure
last fiovernor Chsml*rlain let
Mark L. Burns et al vs. Eugene L.
the City bakery or the Home bakery, al ' to the great risk that is run in case of
penditures of the Com
Suit — Read This and either of which place you will be sure to tiro at night, and this argument is hav- t slip in g couple of days that were not Hopkins et al, sail in equity.
i ing the eff"Ct of converting many who
Done at chambers at Klamath Falls,
get something that will satisfy you
Van lti|*r Brothers have given «[«rial ( were at first opposed to the installation as a resu1. he turned things upsidedown Oregon, this 16tl> day of December, A.
attention to their holiday supply of i of tiie system. The company that is I in the courts throughout the Htate. As D. 1907.
1 a consequence instead of going ahead
Since the publication of the report of
HENRY L. BENSON,
Xmas Is almost here, and every man, groceries and a visit to their «tore will presenting the proposition is willing to
with the regular term of court Monday
the committee having in charge the ex-
woman and child is busy searching
i penditures of the Foarth of July cele-
contend that the present disarrange- morning, Judge Benson had to call a
their mind iu the hopes ol finding lo Un first calling on them for prices am!
special term for the trial of all cases filed
bration, as it appeared in last week’s
cated m Miiue ubacure corner an appro
with the clerk up to noon Monday. The
I issue of the Republican, many qaes-
priate gift for a relative or friend. It
' tions have been asked relative to sev
mix-up wss not as serious as at first
would rwiii that most of their trouble garnish tiie turkey will I* found there
eral features contained therein. In
Councilmen Muston, Schallock and
is unnecessary, for the reason that ths
month« ago, the cut leading out of the j order to place the matter in concrete
columns of the Republican contain
Will Humphrey ami Wallace Baldwin their reason the financial condition and usual course without very much addi Hot Springs addition is to be made this 1 form and thus get it before the mem
enough suggestions to meet the wishes
winter, work thereon starting this week. bers of the committee making the re
of the most exacting. All Dial is neces •re this year carrying a full line of bar- the inadequacy of the water supply tional trouble.
Following is the order isvued by Judge At the time the Republican made the port in a manner that will admit of their
sary Is to go over the advertising pre i lies«, «addles, whips, robes and such ; throughout the city, with the exception
announcement it was ex peeled that the clearing up the question concisely, the
sented this week and reac h a conclusion. articles, and a selection from their stock of Main street.
i work would be begun within a short Republican respectfully submits to
Tlien il you find difficulty after read,
In the circuit court of the state of
The council proceedings uf Nuvember
time, but this was impossible owing to Mark L. Burns, president, and L. Alva
iug the advertising, visit the stores that ceiving the gift.
IK and Jtecember 3 were, by resolution, Oregon for Klamath county. It is
fact that the permission of the Rec Lewis, secretary, of the committee, the
Tlien we have Baldwin, Burn and ratified. This was done to overcome hereby ordered that a special term of
have up[*aled to you.
Service and the Secretary of following list of questions, the answers
many advertisers attention might I*
any question uf the legality uf certain
bad to be secured to change to which will be given space in the col
called, in the jewelry line, to Heitkrmp wnere you find all the things for the 1 acts performed during the legal holi- Klamath Falls. Klamath county, Ore
of the Government umns of this paper:
er’s and Winter’s. Mr. Heitketu|mr has
Will you please publish an itemized
the 6th day of January, A. D. 1908, 1 canal. The adjustment of thia matter
purchased a line of goods that is second Iroys and girls. If a person cannot be
Ike Wright filed an application for a
of the expenditures covered by the
to nona in the State. His reputation is ' suited with what is to be found in these I liquor license from January 10. Licenses
sufficient guarantee to carry with any
were granted J. V. Houston and Stewart business in connection with the follow
What special sports were pulled off
The angle at which the railroad crosses
article purchased In his establishment fruit less task to try and help you out.
; A Lyon.
ing actions-at-law, and suits in equity, the canal is about 70 degrees, and it is on July 3, 4 and 5 and to whom was
The Klamath Falls Furniture House,
tire cerlainity of its MliabUty, and
An ordinance establishing tiie grade to-wit:
contended that a bridge constructed on ; this money paid f
worth. At Mr. Winter’s store will be in the Keleay Block, has a full line of
State V». Albert Fitch, assault.
on Main street, between Juniper and
What were the incidental expenses
such lines would not be safe. The rail
found a large line ol tine articles. He furniture, l>e<ls, twdding, etc., that offer
State vs. J. F. Munz, mU'der.
Center streets, was introduced and read
which (13.35 were paid?
has made a S|>ecial effort Io eater to
State vs. Goodlow and Norcross. lar- mission to straighten the canal at this
for the first and second time. Cross-
Were the gate receipts for July i
wishes of the fastidious, ami a visit to house to make the heart of his better-
wuiks were ordered installed as follows: ceny.
point, doing the work at their own ex (74.25 or (89 and some cents?
bis store will assure you <4 an extensive i hull glad by buying tiiat long promi«e<!
State vs. John Doe, assault.
High street, on the west side of Fifth ;
Does your published list contain the
pense. In order not to interfere with
line Irvin which to make your selections ruclter, tiie table, or desk or iron bed,
State vs. John Doe, sodomy. ,
Fifth, on the north side of High; Main,
the canal during the irrigation season, names of all contributors to the fund, or
If it is In the dry goods, notions, etc., the rug or carpet, or any of the hundred
on the east aide of Eighth ; Main, on the
were some left off? Does the amount
the work will be done this winter.
that you wish to inveet your Xmas ■ ud one things tiiat you will find there. |
east side of Sixth. A sidewalk was or to Indiana.
Many there are who will lie surprised contributed by those whose names were
Now read tins over, err* if you cannot
money, no l>etter place can lie found
dered constructed on the aouth aide of
to see the work on the cut being done not published aggregate (50? Included
than the Boston store, Bride store and find Mxuetliing or store that answers
State vs. Chas Liakey, stealing of
I Klamath avenue, between Ninth and
this winter, but information comes from in this (50 is there not one contribution
K. K. K. store. These rstabhehnients yunr pur|««e lor Xmas shopping, it
a reliable source that it is the plan of lor (35 for which no accounting has
J. W. Burke, arson.
are particularly well equipped lor the you cannot, then we would suggest tiiat
One effect < f the panic was the eeo-
the railroad company to fill in all the been made? If so, what was the reason
State vs. Albert Marshall, forgery.
holiday season alid offer splendid oppor you come to thia olhoe, |>ay your sub
State vs. Fred collins, larceny of a low places now, so that when the work for so doing?
tunities lor the shoppers to make a scription for one year in advance and . nominal atrear that seenia suddenly to
Why was not the item ‘-Goddess of
is crowded during the early spring the
varied and satisfactory choice. In the then pay another year in advance fora have Imrst in upon the city council, and horse.
State vs. J.J. Hjoardt, larceny.
■ “Wimpy condition of the low lands will Liberty Fund” included in your report?
clothing line, neckliee, men's furnish friend. Ho will remember you every as a remit some pointed remarks were
State vs. Chas. Hamaker, larceny.
made relative to the extravagant man
not have to 1* contended with. This Were there not in the neighborhood of
ings, the K. K. K. stere, tire Portland week in the year.
for the several parties now at 4,555 votes cast in this contest, which
Clothing and Shoe store, the Boston anil
The wage rate for city laliorera was re the property of another.
, work between Mt. Hebron and the Hole at five cents a vote would aggregate
the Toggery are up to date and carry the
To Lower Tule Lake
City of Klamath Falls vs. J. V.Hous ! in the Ground.
duced Io |2.25 and the practice of plae-
Next spring unless ’ (227.75?
most Complete lines to lie found outside
! ing guard a over houses containing con ton, appeal from recorder’s court.
In the item “Net proceeds received
of a large city. There is ho reason whv
State vs. Joseph Coburn, larceny.
J. Frank Adaum is making arrange tagions iliseases was ordered stiqqs-d un
will be men enough placed on the work from other sources.” did you include
anyone should send outside of the dly
State vs. H.J.Winters, recognizance.
• to complete the line from its terminus the admission fee of 25 cents charged all
for men’s supplies, fol these stores gi*<* ments to Mart a crew of men at work on 1 leva a specific request therefor was made
State va. J. S. Evans, recognizance.
at Mt. Hebron to the Upper Lake in the men who were in the grand stand
the greatest variety to srlct t from ■ml the outlet to Tuie lake. There are to lie
State vs. F.C. Collman, recognizance.
i on July 4? Standing room was at a
you see what you are buying and get alxmt six men employed and they will stated that these guards were employed
State va. John Willard and Dan Mc- time to admit of the passage of Mr. Har-
premium that day and nearly half of
what you pay for.
i Namary, recognizance.
audience men. It seats in the
Duffy’s store is an enifioriiini that is after which time, if the results justify 1 it was decided that in future, where
State va. l-eon Neville Johnston, re
1 be accompanied by his wife ami daugh neighborhood of 600 people, and the
attracting large crowds ol buyers, for I h * it, the force will I* greatly increased ' these guards were employed without cognizance.
has an almost infinitive variety •«< ■ n>l an effort made to practically drain the order of the Health Officer the falls
State vs. Ernest Wolford, recogni ters and several ladies, and he does not proceeds from this source ought to be
' desire to inflict on them the hardship of around (75.
things to select Inun and (or none of the lake. Mr. Adams is working on tlx* 1 would not 1* i*ai<L
Did yon include in that item of “Net
State vs. John Willard and Dan Mc an overland journey. Hence, as the
which he charges over twenty-live renta. theory that all of the water in the lake : m any of the bills presented were tak
story goes, he has issued orders to the ' receipts from other sources” the money
Many people believe in investing can la* turned into the lava lads either en under advisement, among them be- Namara, recognizance.
State vs. Ernest Wolford, recogni ' chiefs to have the line completed to the received from concessions and street.
their money in mother earth, and those to remain there or pass on to renp|a-ar I ing one for the hauling of tire hose cart
Upper lake by next summer, so that he ! car fares?
who wish to commemorate Xmas in tins in some of the Mimerons springs nr to tiie fire on November 18th and the zance.
Staters. L.N.Johnson, recognizance. wi’l !>e able to go right through “with- I Were yon not supposed to turn all
manner will do well to see Frank Ira ■Ireams to the south. This matter has other for the maintaining of the quar
C. H. Withrow vs. I. A. Duffy, ac- oui delay and the overland journey.”
attracted so much attention that Mr. antine at the Gillette residence.
cash received over to the treasurer and
White and Mason A Slough.
The largest stock of holiday goods Adams’ work will l>e watched with a
T i ' s average person this task seems pay all bills by drawing warrants on
A. F. Clubine vs. S. E. Martin, writ too i , a one for even the 8. I*, officials him? Why did you not do so?
ever brought tn tins city by any drug great deal of interest ami if it proves
I of review.
This it is lielieved covers the ground
tiriu is to I ms found at the Star diug
to carry < :it, but on dissecting the thing
F. J. Bowne vs. J. D. Carrel), action-
store, where special [tains are being greatest pieces of good fortune that has
it will be seen that it is not so difficult. to date, with the exception of one ques
taken to show the Xmas shopper the ever visited Klamath County.
Il has been a long while since* either ! M. J. Ruggers w. Hugh Rodgers, ac- The road will reach Mt. Hebron within tion that the Republican wishes to ask
latest things in Xmas g<«<ls.
It is a
the next six weeks. From there to the I on its own account, namely, why does
of the |*arties looked forwarJ to a state i tion-at-law.
place worth visiting.
hole in the ground it is level. A shoo not the secretary issue a voucher for the
convention, hut the probabilities are the
K. F. L. A W. Co. vs. Mason, Davis A
At tire Klamath Wholesale Liquor
fly will be laid over the divide and it is Republican's bill, when he admits the
old war horses will lie treated to the de I ‘ Co., action-at-law.
House and C. D. Willson’s will lie found
licious delights of one next year. The , C. A N. E. R. Co. vs. Ida B. Chap claimed that this will admit of the track ' correctness of the same and the money
Owe of the finest pieces of pen and Í occasion will lie the selection of dele
a full line of wines, liquors and cigars,
reaching the marsh lands without very- is in the hands of the treasurer to pay
man et al, action-at-law.
fine glassware and other articles so use ink sketching ever exhibited in this I gates to the Democratic and Republican
serious obstacles. The Mason Con it? It would look to a man up a tree
Wm. Hoelscher A Co. vs. Jas. Emery,
ful in the household. Th« customary city occupied a proininout place in one national conventions. These were left
struction company have received im that this is playing the watch dog of the
this out of the direct primary law either
buttle of Xmas wine may be [iMrchasotl
perative orders to rush its contract and ' treasury with a vengeance.
O. A C. T.Co. vs. K. L. R. Co., action-'
(rum either of these places with the full week. It was a copy of a picture repre with malice aforethought or forgotten.
is being done. Thus it will be seen
assurance that it is uf the very ls*«t and senting a bucking broncho and was the However, the |«arty leaders will have
that there wili be no stopping place for
Killed in Runaway
will be suro to tickle the palate of the work of W. J. Brennan of the Toggery, the pleasure of gathering together every
the road between Mt. Hebron and this
few of Mr. Brennan’s friends knew of four years ami commiserating with
C. W. Morine vs. R. P. Cortwright, city, and if the present program is car
Charles Laprairie met with an acci
Not the least of the many Xmas pres his ability along this line, and since themselves over their mistake in ever
ried out, trains may be expected in this
last Thursday near the Allen ranch
ents that are very acceptable is ths
being stampeded into supporting a di
Ashland Iron Works vs. A. D. Slack, i city before next September.
which resulted in hie death two days
turkey or the fine leg of mutton or roast congratulations. The work shows a rect primary law. The people of the
later. The team he was driving ran
of beef. These can lie secured with the freedom and action that few artists can State are gradually beginning to see
C. J. Swingle vs. Isaac M. Shepherd
throwing him to the ground,
assurance of t*ing the very best in the
that the new law is not the great boon gnd James H. Driscoll, action-at-law.
the hind wheel of which passed over his
market by a visit to the City meat claim to a place close up to the top- that the spellbinders throughout the
Henry R. Janssen vs. John M.Coll-i
notchers of the country. While resid State told them it would be, and many
market or the Cash meal market.
A hearing has been ordered in the head. Dr. Patterson was summoned
et al, suit in equity.
from Merrill and every effort was made
The Baldwin studio offers a variety of ing in Portland he established an envia there are who, if they could get a crack
I.eatlie M. Wells va. Frank A. Wells, case of Archie Johnston, intervenor, to eave the life of the injured man, but
fine pictures to select from that surpasses ble reputation as an artist and many of at it again would help to lay it on the
to no avail and death resulted Saturday
anything of the kind ever shown in this his Gibson Girl heads occupy pominent shelf. It will only be a matter of time
I.. II. Calauie vs. J. L. O’Neil and E. B. Perrin and I. D. Daniels, claim without Mr. Laprairie regaining con-
city. Here is to be found splendid pho places in the finest homes of Portland. until it will be regaled, but liefore such
ants. This case involves the principals
Lillian O'Neil, suit in equity.
tographic reproductions of the match-
a happy result will lie attained it must
C. T. Gliver et al vs. Klamath Lake at issue in the famous 37-10 case, and
leas scenery of this county—ami at For the Substantial
run its alloted time and clearly con Navigation Co., suit in equity.
the outcome will be watched with a
prices that meets the size <>( anyone’s
vince the people that it was simply a
great deal of interest by the many peo-
Xmas Gift scheme conceived in iniquity and :
One method of making Xmas presents
brought forth in sin, the main object lie- ' May D. Zeverlv vs Charles
Every season finds some one article
II. Zev The date set for the hearing is January
DIAMONDS- As good as money in iug to bamboozle the people hih I help
to young people that is growing very
which is a little more popular, and this
popular is that of opening for them a the bank, ami tit to adorn the most scheming politicians to hind w lmt they j
year Silver Toilet ware is one of the
R. C. Short et al vs. Klamath county,
bank account. Ain,de opportunity to fastidious. Why then, would you not so anxiously desired.
things in [«pillar demand all over the
Grand Ball Xmas Night country.
do so is offered in this city where we consider them appropriate for wife,
The date for the state convention Ims appeal from county court.
G. Heitkemper, Jr., has the
have four bunking institutions, the First sweetheart, etc.
not as yet been set, hut it is more tlmn , Klamatii County Bank vs. P. B.
most extensive line of Sterling, mount
A nice stud or scarf pin for llubby likely that it will follow the primary j Southworth and Alice M. Southworth,
Trust A Savings bunk, Khuniith County
At Ki no, Wednesday, December 25th, ed and unmounted genuine Ebony,
bank, American Hunk A Trust Co. mid would strike him just about right. election < f A| ril. The date for the Re-, suit in equity.
given by Kent» Band.
A royal good Silver Plated Toilet set*, Manicure sets,
the First National bunk. This is n form Heitkemper quality means everything publican national convint^in is June 15;
Eva 8. Bryant vs. Theo lor ■ J. Bryant, 'time for all who attend. Tickets in- and brush and comb sets. Ixrok at
thut ought to commend itself to the in buying diamonds.
the Dem cr.iticJuly 7.
( eluding supper (2.
them bef< re selecting elsewhere.
Where to Get What You Want and
No Mention Made of $227.75 of
Goddess of Liberty Fund
A GREAI VARIETY IS OFFERED
OTHER MATTERS OVERLOOKED