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ul Klamath County
of Klamath County
KLAMATJI FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 16, 1*08.
11 IT m nkalgiiinent «»r «* ii « h
The other n iMlgiiin«*ni h «»( error mu
Im t<iiiMhl»’i«'il togt'ilii-i
The ciilit«* urgiinient <>r ituiiiM'l
I for p I it 11» 11 ff h lx I him »- i | upon lilt- th«*o
ilmi ih«* County Court in n court
of Hpiu ial »»nd llmii«*d juriNdh I ion
Kinmntli I* all« tnilM iiiitllniie dry. mid Itiul none <»f ih«* jurladlcflohuI
Judge ll I. lien .on Im Illi >| with frn la « nil b<’ pr«*iiiilut'd In fgVor of
That In «*n< fi of
thi* count v cleik lila decision III the >in Ii jurladli I Ion
net Ion i brought by A Cieiti’l mid jlh«» fni t-golng pm 11< uhti i«, th«» prelim
Kent I Hull.ii |l iigiilii»i Klamath iniin iliiary Ht««pN prepnmtory to the I hmii
ty. J. Il tiiltmii. loiintv Judge, mid mik ' c of the order d<*«lniinF piohlhl
Fred I Meli i.. county mninilasloner, lion, must nffii mniiv«*l) app«*m in fin
for n wilt ot review of tin* pioieeil* record
However, while rotin»«4'a <*unt«-n
Ing» In tIo* Io* ul option i*l**i'iion The
lll*l'ls|iin of tile jllilgl’ 1» us follows 'tloii na tn th«* nsture of th«* Count
Tills lull»** taming oil leglllsih ¡Court and lix lltnii<*c| lui l**dh-tluii i
to lie hl’uril. Upoll tll*< petit lull of I Io* undoubtedly corr«'< t. I «hi not uml«*i
plaintiff» |i . a *nt of review, anil •laud ilia! (lit* decision» of out Su
ill** Court litivlitg lieieloforo giuiit**<t Ipreine Court have mi> wli<*t«* indlrni
said writ, mid tin* county clerk liuv- «<1 th«* nature of the < vldrm«* whh h
tllg lei'tltled lip the Iceolil III Ihl* niiiNt n<*<«'H*milv app«*nr In the roc
' aid l an now at this Ilin** the Court nr«l to cHtabliali hii < I i J ih I m <||< I oiiu I
having h* in d tli*’ ui giiineiits of ootin- fail**, ami ll app«*atM to mt* aL<>, i<>
»<1. »ini being fully advised In tin* be perfectly « h-m that the legiMlativ«
llnds that there Is no suti bod), whether It be tl>«* Htut«« |.egla
iiluiillal error III tin* record
ll 1» laliire, or the v««h*«« of th«« p«*op|e In
therefor** ii deri d uml udjmlgi'd that genernl. when rMcrrliwd hv tin- in
the said will tie. ami the Mtn, here Itlntlv««, I ium nnipl«* pow«*r to <!«*< Ian
to Is ill-imi* <d. ami tliut defendants the i hsrnrter of rvldenc«* Srlilch ahall
iiavi* jmlr.ineiii for their coats here be required by tin* County Court, In
a particular can«*
Passmores Will Give Concert
Bids Asked For
Projrrt Engineer l>. W. Murphy,
Klantai h Falls ioiird th»- npecihrati«>n« for ♦'»
next l u«-sday «••/« ning,July 21. at th«« ftchrdu'e* on the S< uth Branch canal
»nd in a>lv«-rb»«ing for bid* on the name,
Thia will b<* ai
lhe rnua- ¡’hr five »«'hedulea compriae aeven milra
bal history of th
Pasmorv of ranal and aili connect the South
It Is very probable that the activity
whs for years on<
ro Btatirh with the Adam* ayatem. The
cal teachers of 8<i
tor -jH*« ifii atiom* Ntate that iwalrd bid» will on the part of the Mayor and the
th«- past three ye
the I m - rrceiv»* until 2 o'clock p. in. on the coancilmen of this city wlll result In
I h * m «I of the vocal department
the 2M|i of July at th«- r *«.-laination office in putting Klamath Falls on a better
l«*ading conservatory of
< mush* In Ber thia city an«l that all bid» mn»t be ac financial basis. On Monday the May
Un. lie iming the firs it American
companied by certified check» in She or and a number of the members of
on whom such an h< onor hax been «mount <*f |2H0 for each •cbedule. the council made a trip out to In
ih-xidex hl i in fame as a vo- Buhler* may bi«l on one •ingh* achetiola spect the bouHilaries of the addition»
callKt he I» a great «fonjHwer. and on any combination of •chedulre or on that have be- n recommended to be
taken into the corporate limits May
in G«*rmmiy hi» work Ics were < la»^ «j the five achrdulee an a whole.
with those of tire til ¡r«*a(c**'t «riten.
Tlu* work involve» the rx avation and or Stilts is an ardent advocate of the
He will be heard In song*
«*rnhanking <»f about J12JMM» cub»«* feet of extension of lhe boundaries of the
Th** girl*, Mary, Suzanne and i)or
irt arid the contractor bidding in the city. In discussing the matter he
otin. w««re considered artiste te*fore work rnuat begin work within thirty said:
"We do not want to take in all of
rent to Europe thr»*«* y**ar» ago. «lav - after the mgnirrg of the contract by
have studied with the best tea- the Director of tin* Keciamalion Service, the additions.but those that are dose
«« a mJ hav. done exten- m<! ihu-t thereafter pr< -♦-< ute the work to town and are deriving benefit
t work The German press with a lon e neerw-ary to complete the from the corporation. The revenues
apo»* <.,( them a« the best trio in A<>rk • n «»r before th»* 15th day of De- coming from these additions may not
amount to much, but there are some
Mar), the violinist, tax • ember, 1W08.
played In public -Ince the age of five
Tin* five schedule* comprising the valuable properties just outside of
Her mastery of lhe king of instru portion of the canal to be constructed the corporation and In case we bond
meats approaches perfection,
8u- iiegin with No. 4 and en«l with No. H, the city it will be necessary to have
zanne 1» a brilliant pianist and and comprise the following amount» of them in good order to get enough
money to do any good. The cost of
achieves great success wherever •he the tlirc»- claaaea «>f dirt:
No 4. Claw I. 21,020 cubic yards; taking in the additions will not be
m heard. She Mtiidbd with the great
Ths local option law which I m un
Mr A Castel. one of the plain
much. The city attorney »a s be can
d<'hwarenka in Berlin. Dorot K ban* « I mnn 2. 560; claaa 3, 50.
Th«* tir •I V|. i „ mh.ilcr Limit) . *■ to la* l.iouglil to till» county I» lion
tiffs. when asked about appealing tin der «llM'UMiilon in H i I m «a»**, wax pro
No 5. Cl»-» 1, 21 450 cubic yard»; arrange the boundaries and the el
dlis lhe mellow-voiced 'cello In the
In op-rath o In tile lie |»nLI" an oil • •<*. wh«*»« Mi . D. B. Kcntlall i«» doing
rasi* »ulil it was loo soon io say u imi poned by th«- p«*opl«« by Initiative p< -
ection should not cost over «100.
most »yiupathelic manner. The ex cl » fn 2, 500; claaa 3, 50
Mellon would hi* isken nini Kent Hal* i tit ion, and approved by a majority lhe «oik for all of tl. • jH|«IN ill 1 1 : i* «It). 'Ihiw IHM« flint* ÍM tl»«* IttlcM
No. 6 CI m 1. 21,4-50 cubic yarda; The way the town stands at present
presslon and soul of her playing are
laid, tin* other plaintiff, M m I' m I that of the vote» m>t at the general elec lil<i<l« I, if iM'hijf tiu* II, »I ina« film x!».«»p I fumi ili«* fa« tor) having iti«*
we cannot bond for more tian prob
¡nothing less than remarkable, An- c I» nn 2, 500; cla« 3, 50.
8«*« tloll 7
If Ui»> *»l»«ii«*<l Mondi»)' un ruhig and Wm> a *n«-< «••»•» frolli tin* I h *
lie was thruugli X* iti» ib»* pro|N»n|tIon tion held June 8th. I9<»4
No 7. ( hM 1, 21.«S00 cubic > ani» ; ably «75,000, and in order to bav-
ton Hekklng was her instructor In
mid tliai as far UX lit« I n < <i|i< rrh»-<l of the act piovideH. Minong Other gillllillg. It I « iit* ««i ih»* i*i< ahst t ni«* ami labor «avlng d«tic««x ct«*r in-
da»« 2, 500; Hat» 3, 50.
enough money to work on we should
“That prior to any election, vented in lln- Inn* oí
ltu«< li :»<•!}.
tli« action will stop wifli t ho <l«*rl»|on thing»
No. 8. Cla»» 1, 24.500 cubic yards ; have not less than «150,000. 1 con
Though their solo work Is woader-
the County Clerk »ball d««Uver to tin
Th«- if>ii«iiiit< !«• in iliiily o|w*r. I<»n hi fl»«- l.irw xliow window of th»*
of Judge Benson
Iful, their ensemble work 1» much «*la^s 2, 500; cla»» 3, 50.
sider the extension of the corporate
Following |s the Opinión of Jtl«lg«« aherlff of the county nt l«*a»t fiv«* no- R«l ill In mi iitiKi ..Hi! ir.ikiH « ii«* « i th«* moot iiofnbl«* »»( lrx<f im»s <*t«*r
In cutting the work into hiiii II Hübe-1. limits the first step towards bonding
more so Having had so many years
Urea of th«- e|««4-||on for «*»«< h <>l«*rtion *«■«*•• in tlii* • i
Benson In th« case
XV Inn %l«*itliiu ll •• <*i) «I«» n* i fail to Mop mid watch
of practice together they play with ulee the Government makes it poeruble the city.”
tin* m I. iiiK**
flu«) 'V i>n<1«*i f ul ini. chin«*.
The |iet»Uo tl of lite above Daniisi precinct In *aht county voting on th*
*r auiall contractor» and rancher» to
Councilman Hanks, of the Third
i marvelous perfection and expression.
plaintiffs for a writ of review herein,
id <»n portion» of it. The completion ward, expressed himself in favor of
■ The program will appear later, and
usalgtis a number of allrg «*<1 tTtciia the alirrlfi m I in II at lea»t twelve day
those who fail to hear these girls and • »f the - uitb branch to lhe Adam* canal bonding the city oo as to take in all
1 been compii, d i
sritiat. < Ki kk note *.
In tin* record, which th«« court hua before atty election hereunder po t
their noted father will miss the Ailj make a big increane in the amount, of the additions that have any value
I’xatulnod aa fully as poNHlb|<>, mid Mild notices In public place», in the
musical event that has oc- 4 land» that can bo irrigated from the attached to them and have people liv
< r« ‘ k and Wllliamaon river 1» Frank
lias arrived nt tli« conclusion Indi vicinity of th«* polling pho«», or ph«'-
ing on them. He, too, considers the
our city. Th
They come dl- Government system next Summer.
fishing ground, the
Thereupon the clork and the* d**< luring the I e»ll It thereof."
rated In the order mad« mid entered m.
of the corporation neces
beautiful lamping ground In the
sheriff h I im II ««ach briefly enter of rii*
herein, for tin* following reasons
at .Ashland where they
AVord has l-een received in this city sary in order to bond for a sum suf
I cal lmigilM .:>- of (h. statlite. It is to Mate of Oregon
Th** errors assigned hjr plaintiffs
greatest admiration and enthusiasm. tbst I. A. Duffy was married to a San ficient to make improvements. Mr
rlslona of thin acct ion. mid auch re» - I h ’ rememlieri ■d timi f t here has been watt r affords typical trout fishing
are ns follows
In Klatnath Falls . Mr. Pasmore can Franci-eo lady a lew days ago and that Hanks is a strong advocate of a
a fair mid frv
m. and th« will At this IMilnt the river 1» about 134
I That It doe» nut appear In the <>rd »hall b«« prims fade evidence
receive no stronger • r .■commendation l e and hi* bride have taken up their municipal water system
ri’i'ord. that the county clerk com- that all th«« provisions of thin section
Councilman F. E. Ankeny, of the
ir lol ImldatIon. feet in depth with occasional hole» than to say that he Is the former in- re-i ience in >an Diego. Friends of Mr.
pared tin- alanaturea on tin* petition have b««rn fully compile«! with ” Th«*
structor of Mrs. lion J. Zumwalt. Duffy in tide city have not tu-en able to First ward, when asked about the
! Hie Court« sh<
for a local option election wltli the
learn the name of the lortunate lady matter said: ”1 was not out with
jauch a verdict
Phe water 1« clear aa a crystal and • hose sweet singing is the pride of
genuine signatures ontheicgiatration certificate of th«* <«lerk that he de
AA'rlt of Ki< <okh-r than the ocean.’ The water this city. The eminent musicians that won the affections of the former the council yesterday, but if they can
llv«*r«*d »u«h noth«*» to th** »hcrlff u
show me that it is of any benefit to
view should b
Nwartna with rainbow trout which come here to visit with Mrs. Zumwalt
7 I hut tin* printed notices of e|- ih«« proper tIm«’, and th«* ««rtificui*
County court adjourned Friday after enlarge the limits of the city I am in
ran be H«*<-n by the thousand* in lhe
ii lion ac'itl out by tin* clerk had th« of the »herlff to the effect that Ip’
rlenr <*<»i«l water.
The fishing In ern end of the county end at Crater noon until Augu»t 4th. Behm* taking for it. I have not given the matter
clerk name printed thereon. Instead posted »urti notices In live public
-l»h*udl<l at tbin time Mud many trout Lake. They will arrive here from an aoj..iirnuient it was decided to re- much thought, but I think It might
plar«»» In each precinti within the
of lielng written l>> Ills own hanil
‘I hr «MiHon i«»r ina!«• 4<’«*r «»iH-ncd in are «aught that weigh as much as .Ashland Monday night.
advertise (or bids on (he bridge across be a good idea to take in the parts
3 '1 list tin- certificates of the sher
Klamath countv on Wednesday and ten pound»«. There are many camps
I., -t river at ttie Upper gap »nd it was that are close to the present boun
iff ns to tin* place where such notices
Again. H«*«'tloii to <>( thlu act pro contiuti«** open uiiHI Nov«*mbri Gt The
\MVS FROM DAIRY.
alsodecided that the county would not daries so that we can bond the city
were posted 1» mil sitfilclvnilv <‘xplic- vides
<)n tin* tenth day after any HCHHoit for letualf* drri dm*- not o | m * ii un
Dairy school will close Friday the contribute any money towards ad»er¿ for a sum large enough to make the
It to enable the County Court to find election hereon, or so«»n«*r. If all th«« til >«*pletiib«'i Irt, and » I".*«-* lit«* name H 1 I. Benson and party occupied
An intertaiameiit will be giv- ti»i ng the county in the t-unset maga improvements that the city really
that sinh noth* were pukteil in ui i««Iurns t»«» r«H*«*lved. th«« county clerk time an the male m - m - .»n. No hunter if one of the tents for several days,
on In the evening. AAe promise a zine.
needs. I think the city should be
inrdmne with luw
taking to hi» n*u«lMtance two J ub (I c «- m all' m 'I i- k.H in
il.tn :i\< •U-«T in city, The judge is an expert flsher- good time as usual, tn all that come.
p Van Riper and R. M. Barter bonded for not less than «100,000.
i 7'1 at the mt under consideration of lhe p«'Mce of th«« «'otinty, Mhall pro one w«*a*on and hunting with <l«»g* an<l
1’ II Gray look some tat Logs to | are spending the week at Crystal AS’e cannot do anything with less
man i mid can cast a line from 50 to
require* that tin* Count) Court shall ceed t<» «»p««n Multi retuiiiH and make by night is prohibited
Klamath |'alls Thursday G. G. An creek They were well supplied with than «90.000, and should have more
bold u *|u*i lul term for iiiuklng the an nliNlracl of the vote for the in
Ihrr »re ►aht t■> I«* more plentiful in
derson accompanied him.
fishing tackle, guns and ammunition than the sum Hrst mentioned.”
final order declaring prohibition
formation of th** County Court That thin aeclion th»* war than they have* water a < gracefully as a snow (lake.
Dr. AV. 8. Johnson was called to when they started and as the deer
All of the other councilmen, Oben-
f>. That then' does not appear In th« »aid court idtall on th«« eleventh da\ l»crti for m-vrral year» and a number <4
Wilkins. Sanderson and Cris-
record nu certified up to Hila Court nft««r lhe eh*ction, or an near there hunh r* are planning to go to the hill* judge 1.» a good hand at almost any
reports her to be in very Lad shape. bring back a large amount of veni- ler.have expressed themselves as fav
nn) abstract of the votes cast for after ms prartlcable. hold a sp««dal in th«- »arly part of the H«*a*«*n. A
Miss May Robinson closed her son.
oring an extension of the corporate
and ngnlnst prohibition.
A«-MMlon. and If the majority of th«* M|M*ctal rfiott should lx* made to prevent a*, he tells stories. The large grapha- school at Hildebrand last Friday .and
limits and it is very probable that at
A* to the first of theae conditions. votes herson In the county, mm m all illvgnl aliooimg of «leer ao that the phone at the Benson camp furnished
' r. anil Mrs. G. Heitkemper, Jr., the meeting next Monday night the
I gave an entertainment on Saturday
It I* sufficient to sai Hint the slntute whole, or In nny subdivision In the number will not l»v drcrva*ed.
and *« n left Sunday morning for Spring
Oilier camps along the stream are levo, at which time almost the entire creek where they will l»e the guests of first steps will be taken towards ex
now here Inillcales thnt then* should county, ax a whole, or In any pre
tending the limits.
occupied by ex-County t'lerk Geo.
l*c any record of the clerk's action
Mr. ami Mrs. A »ex Martin, Jr., for a
cinct in the county mi «« for prohibi
HOMI I HUM I 11 Al I Al Vi A
chnstaln nnd family. Mr. and Mrs.
As to tin* si * uml assignment, the tion” said Court m I ih II immediateh
Rev. I* Conklin, pastor oí the Me- II New ham, Alex. Martin. Jr., and joyed a good tinte. Two pupils re- few «lays. They will be taken as far as
Parties returning from Spring creek
authorities appear to tn* practically ntak«« an order, declaring th«« result I boil lit
the Williamson river bridge by B. St
1 hiinh. returned Inst night Iparty. and by other pleasure seek i reived their eighth grade diplomas,
state that the resort is well patronized
unanimous to the effect that a print of »aid vol««, and nbsolut«*ly pr«diibit from .Ashland, where In
I viz: John Ritter and David Bliss.
r Ims been af ers from various places.
by parties from various cities on the
ed algnnture may lie adopted hv a tin« sale of InhHlcatlng llquorx with
C. B. Clendenning has started the Coast. Most of the private camping
ilo report* n
Supt Jas G. Wight made the presen-
public utn.er and bi1 ns binding aa in th«» prescribed limit», except for
large attendaneo mid a good time.
speech including some incour* i erection of a large barn between 8th grounds are occupied and all of the
though written b) hla own hand
th«« purposeH and under th«* regula The linn. Joint Sharp AA illlams. who online The camp-grounds are cov aging words for the school in gen- and 9th streets. He expects to con
boats on the river are in use whenever
Itoferi'lng tn the fourth nualgnment tions xpccith’d herein, until such time
hall» from n »Inti* "where the people shaded with poplar trees. The flsh- I oral. Mr. Jacob ftueck also made a duct a livery and feed business as fishing is good. Several families I rum
It In my opinion that flu* phrnae as th«* qualifi«*«! v«>h*rs ther««ln at a
still believe In God and vote tili’ jing Is superb mid It is not a question I good talk for the benefit of the soon as it is completed and will this city are now at the resort.
"Special Session'' do. » not neceaaar- IcgHl ««lection held fur that purport* Iteli ocratlc
ticket,” was there und of liuw ii any trout can oneiatch.but ' school
When everybody turn out make a specialty of fancy livery.
lly mean a special tel in of I lie court. by a majority vol«« decid«* «»th« i a i*
Several of the Klamath Falls baseball
made a Ilin’ ii<l dress on talking
on this occabion it looks
what tan one do with them after
Miss Edith Purdy, who has been bovs liked Lake county so well that they
toil luthei n special silling of either and the ord««r thus mad« >*h: I I
lie) nie ¡aught. Mrs New hum brok”
visiting with her aunt. Mrs. G. W decided to remain there and work
a regular or a special term, uml that held to I»«« prlma fade «*vld«*n« U .»•
.Mrs. J M .M< I nth»» wlll arrivo her»» ihe i ecord by hooking and landing ¡tht* school and bad an interest in it. Fish, bus returned to her home at through haying. They experienced no
therefore then* Is no merit In pluln- all the provisions «»f tin* l a i
We had a good exhibition of bron Montague. Cal.
in ti few dayk front Engvne to join a si\ pound rainbow trout. She did
ditliculty in getting jobs.
busting in Dairy Monday, ci ven
Iter liualiaml ami io timke Iter homi1
ttiiggle lusting ten minutes.
in l h ih eli v. -
.iff lint the bucking went on as good
In li l< Hamilton Inn illumed
Maine was a stayer though
Must of the people who have been ,i- ever
from Portland «here he went on
nltenilinr. Chautauqua at Ashland and nfter a mile or so of bucking
the horse quieted down.
Im ve returned home.
E B. and W. P. Sedge were Bon-
fanza visitors Tuesday.
Bonanza had quite a rain stoini
Monday while Dairy had a wind and
dust al irm.
A good rain would
|^l GINNING with Saturday, July
brighten things up. even to the farm-
ii,l have decided to hold Satur
The Real Thing
I PIANOS I
days as Bargain Days. Each and
every Saturday thereafter, different
goods will be put on sale at bargain
prices, and it will l>e to your special
benefit to keep your “eye peeled"
ami watch for future announcements.
A fine stock of PIANOS and PIANOLA PIANOS
.ire now on exhibition in Klamath Falls
Such piano, a- A It. CHASE. LUDWIG. KINtl.SliURA AA 1.1.1 IMI
ION. Sri-.INAVAA and PACK ARI) are not often offered for sale in this
section of the Htate.
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.,
(Ini’ of lilt-nlili’st iiibl best known piano houses of I hi- west, are ollering
these pianos direct to the people.
<>n Saturday, July n, there will be
reductions on everything in the house
(excepting contract goods) and it w ill
|uy anyone wanting things in the
jewelry line to call.
I FADING WATCHMAKER
AA II I. Al’I’i: Al. ( ASE.
F II. Mills and A. L. Levitt, the
at i orneis for the plaintiffs in the pro
liihition vase, state that tin* case will
In* iiiipeah'd to the Supreme Court
ami notice of appeal will In* given at
um ' Themse will not ionie up un
til October ami pending tills decision
most of the snloon men of this <lty
will dispose of their fixtures and en-
|gage in other lines of business or
timi new locat ions.
As a Starter
P. MEYER AND MR
G. F. JOHNSON,
OF THF PORTLAND STORE, ire in charge of the stock and
will be heil' fur >i week ur ten dm mils. <'nine al miet’ Io see the pianos
and make your ¡election.
EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT
mm be iii iiingt’il if you are not prepared to pay cash.
m; ON I XtilltlllON Al HOUSTON HOTHI.
I G. AV. White, president of the First
i National Dank, lias made iinnnge-
, nii’iits for his family to reside at
While in the
Purtluml tills winter
tilt lie piiiih.mid a liome ami during
the next yinr the children will iflteml
Inchoo) in 1‘orlliind
Alt AA'hlti* will
continue Io make his home In this
1’ li Foiinutain leit \Vedile .ila) for
Fiigone for a hi lei vislt witli Iti» la-
tliei and brolher
Mi l'ountal» «ili
»peliti thè l'est of (Ile annunci III
Oregon and In thè tuli «ili return
to Chleago to continuo thè study of
medicine ut thè Northwestern Uni
Sewing Machines, etc
Otir goods are attractive, also the prices