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o! Klamath County
of Klamath County
KLAMATH FALLS. KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MAY, 7 P08.
Elected Mayor of this
City Last Monday-
Oregon’s Future United
States Senator Ad--
lies Martin, Jr., I ,lin Ellis, W, II.
he was crazy with whiskey and his
Marsh Will Delay Road
Asks for Franchise
isi|lic.<r and Frank Ira White. The
imsgM'Stion was working over tune.
public M-hool« are u
If Klamath Falla does not have a rail
Again the city council is s.ked to give He was a man who drank considerably
Clmtnlwr had I h cii without a vice pres-
| Idolit ami Judge lieu. T. Baldwin was «phn«iid indication of tbe priyret« <»f road early in the Spring of Jt«» it will to the < iovernment a portion of West and it <«-m« that his rnind Imcame
elected to this office. W. A. Delzell was tbe city. The term« ol ItMMJ 7 «how« be entirely due to the fact that Che mad High »treet for canal purpose«. The effected, causing him to imagine that
t enrollment in the history of cannot be built acme* the marsh. matter was brought l/efore the conucil Hamilton wra* alter him. lie apparent,
< uitlimed as president ami E. II. Dun the
li*r as secretary. Tilers will be seven the town. Tliiw 1« accounted by the Fiver »lure Archie Manon Amt took the in the shape of an ordinance granting ly was afraid to return to tire h-/use and
im|sirtaut rommitloea to r.iansge and fort that M h « oii , Deviate Co. <oiipi<»ye<l contract for tSe dike the work ha« pro tbe United State, a |>erpetual franchi»« lay down in the tales wrtiare he dial.
very unsatisfactory man lor a wooden or concrete conduit along
look alter Uiatters that are to receive the m lar^e numlair of man who ha* I landlta* gressed in
An exa-niriation showed that he ha<l
stt.mtlon of the Clmmlirr, ami these and theeliildreii alien l»«d »«‘h »«»I while ner. It is a oust a year since the first this street. This rame matter wa» Im- riot been in the boose for several days
committees are to lie hi ade.1 with one residing in thia city. Tuie year the city dredge wen to work, and »till scarcely fore the council several lune« last year lor the foral he had cooked had growrn
»I tlm directors a» chairman. This h»« pmctically no tranuiriit |M>pulution nothing has l«en accomplished. Mason and on every occasion the property own mouldy and nothing about the place had
gives every officer a special duty to per and «till the ««n)olhiM*nt im alnioM mm sold out bis interest in the dredge and ers along this street sp|«-are>l Imfore the la-en cared for. Brennan was somewhat
form and will have a tetulem y t<i keep large m » it wa« a hen ao many iamilic* the new proprietor aeems Io lie under council and protected against the grant of a character and had been in thia town
r<Mi<le<| here temporarily* Thia ia in the influence of the same hood.*» as the ing of the franchile. The métter was for several years. It is not known that
up Interest in the meetings.
I lm only clause in the by-laws that dicative that the town hit* had n grad- Mason Construction was. Over two filially positioned until such time when he leaves any relatives.
| ually grow th.
week* ago the old clam digger broke the itrx-la'nation Service officiala and the
Hott. II. M. Cake arrived ia tbe city
Coroner Martin and
Klamath Falls underwent one of Ilu was rmt niwpted was the one providing
The greatest gain in the enrollrneut ■town and since then lia« la-en lying idle property owner, should arrive at some Wffiths-k went to the scene of death Monday ^evening and was informally
miwt quiet elertlolis Hint it has had to«
w « n Iliad«* m I ii 'I i the country lir«t U*gan on a mad bank
The pieces have ts*en sort of an sgreernent. The council held this morning ami brought the Imdy to entertaioal *» the Lakeside loo.
several years, Thole was no public of the l>‘»ly that only individuals tie per 'to attract attention which wa» a I «out ordered from the foundry at Ashland st that time that it was a question if it
town. An inquest »». held this after Many of the Republicans called durit^
vute gelling. Apparently evert vote»
three yean ago Ai the cloae of the and it »p|H-am that the evtal.li foment lied a right to deed zzar a street for noon at the morgue at which it wa. the evening to renew acquaintances or
WSUt to the polls Slid ts.l his ballot the ber.
trim tie r«»ll contained -164 name«, i- hnving trouble inanufacturinifwibem. ranal ptir[»Mes without the consent of found that lie had died a natural death. to become acquainted.
According to tlm new or,ier of tilings
way he conshlsnd fot the lies! Interest
at the che»«* of II amf X there were I»«? and
1 his delay means that the road will the parties owning the properly adjacent
he waa taken to Merrill to address tbs
of the city, and It uiay well 1« said that
at the present lime there are 410. At l.n held np at navigable waler. How thereto. Nothing lias la-en heard of the following:
„: W. T. Shive, < ,eo
North, people ot that section. He waa accom
v ths result represents the will of llie ma lour regular meetings each year, Imt tbe la*gmtung of the present term there ever. it w ill be but t -bort time now un »natter (or some months and it appears
Hurter panied by all of tbe Republican candi
jority of the |*ople. Both candidates
mh - an enrollment <»l Imt 2M5, the pres til another dredge will lie on the work. that no effort has been made to get tbe and Chester A very.
dates, and waa greeted by a very large
lor Mayor werrg-»»l meu lor llo- place, time it is deemed necessary. The Imard ent figure* »bowing a remarkable »n- Il has la-en a long time coruing, but at proj«rly owners to agree to dosi , plan
and enthnaiaatic crowd. Mr. Cake waa
»ml tho vleclion o| John It. Hull, a»
crea«e during the year. Many liew util l ist a force of siateen men is working for the construction of the conduit or
very much please.I with tbe rscsptiou
an res ths city a chief executive who
dents r^h.e entered nehool thi« hpiing on the Imrge, and the machinery is causi. When the ordinance was present
ten .ered him and expressed his
Exhibit at Weed
will devote |,i. lime Io the liusmesa el first meeting wdl la- held tonight. The and each week there 1* an in-'resas in held at tlie railroad terminus awaiting
ed last night Fani Ftrvitenstein appeared
tire city and will <lo Ills licat to .tralghl first regular meeting of the Chamber the enrollment.
Another a-lvertising proposition of
the completion of the same. The new before the eoun.il and protested against
Monday evening be waa greeted by a
■•n out the present Imd llnanclal con
The increment in the « m -I iqo I enroll dredge is a modern machine and is more it* passage.
large crowd at tbe opera house last night.
•litlon. Mr. Nlillv, a. a uiemla-r of the July.
Tbe completion of the Keno canal de- Chamlmr of Commerce for consideration Every chair in the houae wa* filled end
No change was made in the initiation ment for the pa«t few moiilha ia eomdu* adapted to the rwamp work than the
eouucil, was attentive to Ills duties ami
«lie evnlenue that a liUllilier of lamiheii one heretofore in use. Those familiar |>ends upon the granting of some kind by Judge Geo. T. Baldwin. The South many were forced to stand during bia
gave finely ol Iris l.me In tlie city.
have come in thb* Spring to locate. ' with conditions say that the clam dig* of a franchise along this street, and it i. ern Pacific is putting in a “Y” at Weed speech. He waa introduced by C T.
Hie record as a art Well man is assurance inairis |2 Ml a ml the latter one dollar |>er l.wrythlng 1* l»eii g «lune to keep the g«r has been a failure on the dike
very probable I hat if the Government ! and at this point all trains, both over Oliver, tbe Chairman ol the Republican
the main line and over the California
that aa Mayor lie wIII manage affairs it, month, or rather «12 |«-r year, payabh- mc I ioo I« Up to the highest p •aaibli» «land* , work, but ttiat the the new diedge will
w ill consult with the property ow ners
central Committee, and talked for about
a mariner that w ill Ire satisfactory to the qnarterlv.
Northeastern [«»sone another and mu.t
an hour on present political situation.
<• »rpa of H**i«taiil« have had exceptional
There is little or no question but what «ii.it that no difficulty will be experienc stop there for a few minutes. The pro- He referred to bi* victory over Fulton in
in the Aral ward F. E. Ankeney had factor for g<ssl than it baa ever lieen, «urcea«. The ««-bools an* now fairly the road will Ire completed toAjie water
josition is to put up an exhibit building
ed in gett ing a franchise from the council.
a very modest way and set fourth strong
no opposition lor councilman, and in the sod every Imsiiir»» man of this city rrowdetl ami it wil!
but a few more some time this Fall, and those familiar I«st year the council refuted to grant at this print. It would be a very ad- arguments why the state of Oregon
becond Hila. • II h 'I u 'I is I o wa» cl.cl.d hy
year until the « itv min»t liav«* another with the work think that it will reach the franchise until tbe property owners vantageons bs-ation a» it would t>e seen should send a Republican Senator to
a large majority, ill the Third Wat.I »1st in the up bniklintr of the community. urge whool building.
thereabout December let. Just how had been i-onsulled, and it is very pro- by many travelers. Judge Baldwin Washington. He promised the people
Marion Hanks had no op|»mltiou lor ttu- Many |mo<>r>*nl matters came Indore
long it wi'l be held up st that point can- Imble that the «.me thing will occur talked with the Southern Pacific repre that in the event of hie election to tbe
sentative at Weed in regard to the mat
iinexpirv.1 term and I T. Samlcrsou the meeting, among thr-ni rhe plans lor
trot lie-aid at this time. H tbe dredging again.
Unital States Senate he would use ble
the tbiat at the Rose Festival, a propo
was eiected over l>an Coler.
ter and he thinks that it will lie a com
influence and power to help along the
paratively ea«y matter to get the neces
The newly elected officoni go in |*> the
of the season a« ft has been during the
reclamation and irrigation of the lands of
sary ground from the railroad company.
(’rater Lake National Park must get Boring it will b<- more than a year before
harness the first Monday In June. Tbe mill, an exhibit at Weed, exi*ur»ione
' this county.
council (or the ensuing year will 1« as ,
along with the »um of
thia year. the steel gang can lay track across the
The matter will be further investigated
The »peaker held up tbe Rooeeveltad-
V. O. Firwin was delivering lumber to by the Chamber.
Thia, however, la not the fault of Kepre* ¡swamp. Tire officials in charge of the
follows First ward; A. V mic I and F. tisitig campaign
ministration as the ideal ol tbe Repub
»entAti ve I law ley, for immediately up I construction of the read are using every 1. F. Pavia and 8. I*. Tooker from Him-
E. Ankeny; Fecund! Hila. OI mhh ham
lican party, and his argument* on all
and one to 1« elrw lml by llig council
on the receipt <>f the protest from the effort to have the dredgiug rushed MM aker's mill on Thursday.
('apt. J. W. Siemens returned Mon pointe were strong, clear and conciee.
Illi the vacancy to I»- created by the re
people of thi» citv an I of Medford be they realise that thia is the only point on
J. P. lee. our genial assessor, was day from Corvallis where be has l>een He discussed several of the current iseuee,
J. I. Clark, of Orogoti City, has la*gnii bin effort«« to have the allowance the line where any delav will occur.
signation of Mavor-elect Stills, and in
looking after the amount of wealth ol visiting with liia boys. He also visited among them tariff revision, railroad legis
th* Third ward Marlon Hanks mnl I written to the Chamber of C.immerce incrra«r«l. He tiled to Secure an
' our neighborhood the past week.
lation, and the curbing of the trusts.
; that Jarolt Bros., the proprietor* of the additional appropriathui of $1300, but
He expreseai himself in exact accord
the pn»|N»«iiioii wa«* vote«! «town. Ju«t
A. I,. I.eavitt was rv-ch*. ted by a large
PASTURE —1500 acres of pasture with the adminiateration on <11 of tbeee
luajerity and will Im police judge fur an ' mg of establishing a wool** mill in this wby (‘rater Lake ahould la* cut jjiort
for rent at Meadow Lake. Excellent matters, and that his position was ap
J. B. Mason and Daniel Pease were in mixed grass; abundance of water: good
other year. Capt. J, W. Hlcmrns was ! city if they were given any imlocement when a park in Washington wa* allow-
Thro igli tlm Chamber of Commerce
preciated by tbe audience waa evidenced
re-elected city treasurer and will serve | by the local people. The machinery ed Is'MLOOO for the r<«n«trm ti«»n of one | Klamath county wilt be reprenented Dairy on Thursday. Mr. Pease is re fence; reasonable terms, depending on by tbe frequent outburst* of applause.
hey have in Oregon City is toolaige for road in a matter that make» the (aople | by < ne of the l«»t float» that will l>e seen cently from near C hicago and is looking number of stock and time. Enquire of
his sixteenth year in that capacity
Mr. Cake is a forceful speaker and if
Tbe vote in the various wards was az l the location ami if suitable arrange- of Southern Oirgon feel that they have in the parade» during the Ro»e Festival the country over with the intention of E. I. Applegate, Klamath Ealls, or of he should 1« sent to Washington the
1 menta ean be insde it is thoir intention la-en »lap|*ed in the lace.
, at Portland. Judge (ieo. T. Baldwin, investing in some land.
Fred Applegate. Meadow Lake. 5-7tf
great state of Oregon will have an able
First War.) For Mayor, John Stilts I t.i imne a part of their plat't to this city.
Au appropriation <>( alsuit ♦-AM. aaeisted by W. A. Delzel and J. D. Car
May day has arrived but no picnic.
Mrs. <>. Heitkemper, Jr., left this representative in tbe senate.
means that for one more year improve roll, completed all arrangements for the This doesn't seem right to Californians. morning for Portland on an
31, Frank Ward, t*.*. Coiincllmen, F. F.
Ankeny A0; 1‘idice Judge, A. I Ixavltt I ter and will submit the proposilion tn ment cannot lw* carried on. It will pay J float while at the state metropolis, and
W. A. Delzel was looking after hi« po visit to relatives.
«<'»,<>. A. Stearns M, Treasurer, Capt. J.
the «alary *«f the au|»criiilen«ient and llie Cliamlier of Commerce |>aid fur the
E. B. Henry ha.« returned from the
' road reni lies Ule navigable water there will keep in re|«air the road« that are al- ; same witii tbe fund, left over from tbe etical interests here Friday.
W. Hiemens <2, A. M Worden I I.
C. E. Stone has tendered his resigna
Klamath Indian Reservation where he
' w ill l>c a splendid opening l<>r a wooleu rvaJv built.
«aeramento exhibit which gave this sec
For Mayor, John
friends and looking after vote« Friday. has been working on the reclamation lion as aMistant prosecuting attorney
mill tn this city. Stillborn Oregon pro-
tion such extensive advertising. The
Stills HM, Frank Ward Si; «'< nincilman,
Claud is little but tbe other fellow bet project. He lias the work of surveying for the Lake and Klamath district. He
dnees a large amount »1 wool ami a mill
lloat will la* a representation of irrigat-
Silas Gl«nchain 7M, ||. Itolvin HO; Po
ter get a move on if be wants the office. practically completed.
has had this step under contemplation
at Illis place would provide a close mar
■ ion, agriculture and stock raising, and
lice Judge, A. L, la-avid III, O. A
G G. Anderson met with a serious
for some time but was persuaded to re
ket. The water |M>wer would make ttie
Stearns 27; Treasurer, J W Siemens
Although many more men are now
loss early Saturday morning. His
main in the office until yesterday when
operation of a plant hie*|wn*ive, and
' photograph* of Crater Lake so as to at
Notice to Creditors
Bl. A. M. Word*« 22.
the demand, of hi» other practice re
with these natural inducements it employed on the government canal than tract attention to the magnificent scen chicken brooder caught fire and was
In the C.Miuty Court of Ibe Stale of Oregon quired that he itep down and out. Dur
Larned with 150 young chicks and
Thinl Ward: For Mayor, John Still slinnlu imt take much encouragenient to a lew wevk» ago tint Reclamation Ser ery of this country.
Cou ntj-of Klam.th.
vice 1» cxj*riencing no difficulty in get
some old chickens. The Are would have for In the
ing his incumbency .Mr. Stone bae con
«H, Frank Want .'KI; For C-iunrllmen Induce a factory to locate here.
tbe matt« of the estate o< George w. Ma-
ting all the lal»>rvrs needed. The wages
been more serious but for the timely ton. <lecea«e.|.
Marion Hanks tlrl, F, 1'. Sniidcrson ikl
ducted the affairs of his office in a man
pat I r.itigv from 22 to 2H cent. |>er hour
assistance of neighbors.
Notice »hereby given that the la, I will and ner that has woa for him the high es
Dau-CofrrlA: Police Judge, A l.‘U-a
The b hii I of imihiigt'm oí the In hi nd and eight hour, constitute, a day. The i alter the Rose Feetival ami will lie on
testam.nt ol Georg.- W . Maaton. deceased, ha.
teem of the people of this county and
vitt Utt. U. A. Stearns 2A. l or treasur
exhibition there during the Summer and
been duly proven .nd admitted to probate,
er, J. W. Hieriicns IIA, A. M. Wordeu ip- I tupiré Club but» cinteti the club roo tn» Service has been advertising for men at the (air this Fall.
sick with intestinal trouble.
and that Henrietta G. Warton baa been duly added much to bi» reputation aa a law
»ml «otite <li*<|MHiiti<>n Mill shortly It* lately, and received manv applications i
yer. Attorney Moore has not selected
The annual meeting of the Spring I appointed as executrix thereof.
mu ir of the íurninhing««. The club I iam in response. Lalairers seldom remain
All persons having claims aralnst said
his successor and no intimation haa been
I hh ’ u in existence for over n year, and long, but work is not so plentiful this
estate are hereby requeated to present the
Clumber Rc organizes
May 4th. The principal business was same with proper voucher., within six months given out as to who he will be.
tin* MU*|fnMi<m iollowMthv lack of Inter- year as it has been lor the past two
the election of officers to serve for the from date of this notice, to the undersigned, or
The reorganization of the Klam Alli ent on the part of member».
years and as s consequence labor does , W. G. Smith, fonnely the pastor of
ensuing year. Those elected were— at the American Hank A Trust Co., in the city
The famous Nettleton shoe, for men,
Chanilier of < omuiere« was effected at
not roam about as much and men seem : the Presbyterian church tn this city, is
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
W. I.. Welsh, Chas. E. prew, W. P. of Dated
Moore Bros, have a force of men at
to ba found at the Boston Store,
the meeting Tuesday. New by-laws
satisfied I» stay with a job even i( the
which has the exclusive agency for
were adopted. and hereafter the bust* work putting the heavy machinery for salary is not all that they think It now located at Wolf Creek, and lias Sedge, Louie Steril and J. W. Logue. day of May. MW.
started a colonization movement. J. M. The board of directois organized as fol
Henrietta G .Maaton,
them. The Nettleton Shoe for grace,
ness of the t'liamlier will lie transacted the I» wer plant in place. Il is rather idtottlJ be,
Pinkerton, also formelv of this city, is lows: W. L. Welch President, Chas. E. Í Executrix ol the last will and testament Of comfort and ea«? baa no equal; for
by a hoard of diicclora instead »I bv the slow Work handling the largest pieve»
Maney Bros, will Is-gin work on their associated with Inn. Rev. Smith and
George W. MAston, deceased.
Drew Vice President, W. P. Sedge Sec
wearing qualiti.'t it cannot be sur
eutire lsK*y. The new by-laws provide which weigh l'alt) )«>un la.
contract about the loth, anti their outfit
for a Isiard of seven directors of which ns the machinery is installed the which t« coming overland from Winne Mr. Pinkerton have an interest in about retary and Treasurer.
2000 seres of land adjacent to the station
Grand Ball at Keno
the president, the vice president and building w ill Ire completed.
Mechanics l>egan on th e new building
mucca, Nevada, will atrive her«* within of Wolf Creek, on the line to Portland.
Miss Elsie Hates returned Tueeday
the secretary are memliere and the other
for I. F. Davison Monday. The work
The Keno Band will give a grand from lake County where she taught a
iam imuvsm I hi» family into a few days. They will employ a large The land is close to the depot, the most
fonr are elected. The election of the
w ill l>e rushed in order to get ready for
force and will rush the work as they
very successful term of school.
■lliectors was quite lively ns several the Miller hoiiwo oft Oth Mrvet above have but five months in which they remote being not over two miles away. the candidates ball to la* had in the ball at Keno Friday evening. May 29. It
Rube White, the Fort Klamath livery
were nominated. Those electoil are
must complete the contract.
miss it. WAIT! WATCH!! LISTEN!!! man, is in the city.
ed to fruit raising. The tract is lieing
sub-divided and will la< sold tn small
Y. M. C. A. Excursion
Lost iiT Timber
Several famile. ft-om the Ea»t have al
Our Responsibility Ends When You are Satisfied
one of the first excursion« to the Kla
According to the story told by home ready settled tin the tract, anti this
steader* returning (nun the Illy country season several acres of apples ami |>ears
it ia very probable that during the Slim ami 2tMk> gtape cuttings have been set the Portland Y. M.C. A. While in
mer some hunter or timlier town will out. A considerable acreage will liecttl- the city Geo. T. Baldwin and J. D. Car
find the bleached bones of a human be- tivated thia year. The propurty has rol met many oL the members of the
ing in the vicinity of Gerhart Mountain. ’ enongh timlier on it for the use of the Association and found that they intend
The story told by a Swede homesteader colony and mountain stream^ and visiting Crater Lake this Summer. The
who lived on Ilia claim during the entire , springs supply onough water for irriga Judge promised them that this city
Winter is that a few months ago when tion if it should In* found necessary. would treat them royally if they came
A few good reasons lor my success in the
the snow wa» about ten feel tleep, one The large hotel at Wolf Creek is a part I here and ¡Mr. Carroll promised to kill
evening a Dago came to liis cabin. The of the estate and Ohio friends of Mr. the fattest calf on his ranch if they
man wa»tr>veling northward and was Smith have taken charge of it. Rev would come out there and stay over
without snow shoes. The homesteader Smith has quit the pnlpit for the pre night. According to the plans of the
wanted him to remain over night Imt sent and is devoting liis entire time lo Association alsmt twenty members will
arrive here the latter part of June.
this the traveler refused to do. The fol the colonization business.
They will spend the first day and
lowing morning the Swedo attempted 1»
night at the Carroll ranch ami will then
track tin* fellow, but soon lost the trail i
to Crater lake fur several days out
in the snow. It is very proliable that ,
Father Finds Boys
ing. This excursion will give Klamath
the man perished in the mountains and
and is now on display
that Ills remains will be found sooner or' .1. II. Gee, an Englishman residing an opportunity to entertain a numlier
at our Sales Rooms
later.. The homesteader who tells the near Plush in Lake county, arrived of Portland’s representative young
tale remained in the woods throughout here yesteaday looking (or liis two; boys men.
the entire Winter and the story was not whom he recently had come here from
learned until the homesteaders Is gan to Seattle, lie sent the boy» money to
We have in Stock the King of Sewing Machines,
Brennan Found Dead
go back to their claims a few weeks ago. come on, but when they reached here
I they bail not sntllcient money tn eon-
A numlier <>l parties have been on
While sowing wild rice at thè J. P.
The Ball Bearing, Rotary Motion,
The only place to get Phonographs, with a written
the lookout for the remain* but mi trace linue tlieir journey. They wrote to the Lee place yesterday afternoon B. St.
lather telling ol their predicament and Geo. Bishoti and J. Goeller found the
guarantee for on» year.
of the man ha* lioen found.
in the meantime Imilt * shack out of body of Chas. Rrennan lying in the
.. ••« ♦ «
some old boards near the old fair grounds tales between the house ami the river,
ami went to keeping house. The boys and indications are that it had been
were without fund», lint thev caught
John Irwin, n lot has opened ollh-es in fish and managed to get along until the there fot several days. Rrennan war
the Willnow Mslhaae block is the latest father arrived. When he came here lie last seen <Th Tuesday when he came out
addition to the legal fraternity of this I e«perience<l considerable dit|iculty in to the river and hailed tbe government
THE LEADING JEWELER
city. Mr. Irwin haa been a resident of locating the lads and finally appealetl to launch, informing them that Hamilton
thi. county for over a year, during which 1 Chiel ol Police Low for assistance. The bad taken possession of the house and
time lie interested many of hi» friends Chief had met the linys and directed the run him out. He wanted them to semi
* the sheriff or Mont Hutchison. His
in Klamath realty ami taught school at lather to their humble abode. It was a request wa* made known when the
Olene. lie is sure ol a cordial welcome happy reunion when the lather and sons ; party readied town, but no attention
W’e are as anxious to please you as you are to be pleased
were brought together.
■ was paid to it as it was supposed that
from his legal bretlisrn.
// / do not tend, why
do others follow.
Reliable Work, in all lines.
New and Up-to-date High
Lastly, the money back, if
you are not satisfied
Opp. American Hotel