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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 28, 1909.
LEADING PAPER OF
SOI I HERN OREGON.
Ill«; MO I N TA I N LION.
GETS GOOD < OMMITIEES.
RAILROAD WORK PROGRESSI NG.
Rumor That Grillili Jury I» Investi The Nteuin Shovel Finishes tile Cut
A genuine California mountain Senator Merryman Given Chairman,
Through tiu- R cuiiu - h Hill.
gating Alleged I’erjury.
ship oi Irrigation < «munit tee.
lion was shot and killed last Sunday
The total amouut of money appor
LARGE INCREASE in
Took Oltlccrs Oi er tlx- (■round nml
Showed llow Work Wils Doue.
by a son of John Hagelstein just buck
tioned by the County School Superin
The Hteum shovel which is working of Naylox, which is twelve mjles i
It is rumored today that the Grand
Senator Merryman has been well
It is reported that Walter Welsh tendent to the schools of Klamath
has made a complete confesslou in County in 1908 was »2 7,816.59, of Jury Is investigating a perjury cuse on the railroad grade below the city, ninth of this city. The lion Is a mon treated In r< gard to committee ap
re’garii to the horse stealing case and which »2.812.62 was state money and mid that a large number of witness Anally succeeded in eutlng Its way ster, measuring eight feet from head I point ments iri the Senate. His re
es have been summoned to give evi through the Reames hill Tuesday., to tip of (nil and weighs 125 pounds. quest was granted for Chairman of
has given full information as to ev »25,003.94 county.
ery member of the gang implicated.
Three districts hud only 4 months dence, The case Is supposed to be and is now In plain view from the It wan brought to the city today by the Irrigation Committee, He was
also plac ■<! on the following commlt-
Welsh went to the Dairy country of school, 1 kud 5 months, 12 had that of I. Wright who recently test!. city. It is stated that there Is only Mr. Ilugilsteln.
on Monday in company with Deputy 6 months, 16 districts bad over 6 tied In Ills own behalf in the. Local one more small cut to be made this
For several weeks huge tracks of ' tees: Ways and Means, Public I .anils,
case. It Is said that evidence side of the hill and that It will only some animal were seen In the woods i Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry,
Sheriff Sam Walker and Wtn. Shook, mouths of school. The enumeration . Option
and it is said exposei the entire sys last year wus 1752; this year 1831. has been secured of his selling whis take a few days, The steam shovel in th« neighborhood of Naylox. The - and Enrolled Bills.
Nottingham of Multnomah, Kay of
tem used by the gang In their rustl Klamath Falls, Dis. 1. 600, 1808, 659 key and that the plan Is to try him will then be moved to the grade near trucks were too large for an ordinary
cougar. It Is believed that this was i Marion, Coffey of Multnomah, Hart
ing operations. He showed th«* offi Bonanza.
Dis. 2, 160, 1008, 162 on a charge of perjury. If the evl- the t’pper Lake.
Contractor S«*ars lias about finished the animal which wus seen by a . of Baker and Bingham of Lane gath-
cers where the femes had been ent Merrill,
28. 161, 1908, 183 «1« nee Is considered sufficient by the
work this side of Midland and it number of trappers on th«* Ice in the ■ ered In the best committee chairman
and the corral that was used to round
The committee appointed by the
Is stated that within three weeks the middle of the big Klamath Lake, and ships when President Bowerman
up the bunch.
city count 11 to co-operate with U h - ' llctnielli.
It is claim«'«! witnesses have been grade will In* complete from this side which created quite u sensation, us i made the distribution. Kay of Mar
It is claimed that the officers now schools of Klamath Falls in arrang
have a complete string of evideuce ing for a celebration of the Lincoln [too free In perjuring themselves on of (lie marsh to the entrance of the they were unable to get their bear ■ ion was the luckiest of the lot, for he
from the time the first horse wus Centennial met with tin principals ill«* stand, and the officer* art* anx- depot grounds.
dogs to go near it, ami were unable - not only secured the chairmanship
The engineers have been busy since
stolen to th«* time they were finally of tin* schools an«l the County Super ' ions to mak«* an example of soni«*
to determine what sort of an animal of resolutions, which is one of the
sold iu California, and that the) will intendent lust evening and mad«* the ( oik *. Clicuit Judge Noland's staml Tuesday putting up grade stakes on It was. Tlie lion was fat and in fine most infiiK’iitial committees, but al
on tills practice is well known amt It tile depot grounds so that the All can
be able to convict every m<*:i>b.*r ot following arrangements:
condition and apparently has been so of enrolled bills, which has a con
Exert is« s
the gang. People of th«* upper coun si all I. held in the Opel a llous« at 1« liellrved that he would be Very ■«'- !>«• made. Th«- All has been complet Miircvssfnil in slaughtering d-er on siderable clerkship patronage, owing
vere if a ciis«* of perjury was proven. ed from th«' cut above the Hot Springs
try ar«* elated over th«* success of the 2 p. m. Friday, February
to the fact that this committee must
which t«> f «•<!.
Il«* has given it to be understood tbut addition to the road.
officers and it is stated that many will school cbildreu are to
Th«* nnlmul was discovered last copy all the Senate bills after they
be ready to testify with further evl- march In a body to Hit* hall, led by th«* Court was In no mood to over on the till is not a heavy on«* until It evening In a tre<* near the Hagelstein have been passed.
depot site where It
dence when ilie cases rotile tip for the baqd. R. II. Dunbar, J. T But look th«* sllght«*ht violation of the reaches the
Nottingham secured the chairman
home and was soon brought to the
oath of a witness and that Hi«' l«*ust only about twelve Inches.
ground wltii a rift«*, two of tile balls ship generally most desired, that of
ttier G. <>. A, Wirtz aud Col. Wilkins evident*«* of perjury wouhl be probed
The stock thieves were getting so wire appointed as a committee to
entiling lie Lead and one the shoul wavs and means. Hart has the judi
,tn l the guilty party nun!«* to suffer.
LEG RROKEN in HORSE.
bold In their operations that they arrange Hie program. A committee
ciary committee, the one most sought
If the Court makes an exanipl«* of
were a menace not only to the prop to d.'toiule the Opera House was ap
after by the lawyers, and the one
on«* person on a perjury charge. It Is
Mr. Stevens, a teamster, had fils
erty but to the lives of th«* farmers. point« d, ttinsisllng of Mrs. Butcher,
which usually wields the most power
llabh* to put a scar«« Into some of the l«-g broken ubout 5 p. m. lust Tues Thus. Drake for »2 5. and the Judge
Prospective settlers , as soon as they Nickerson, Hanks, Block, Swan i/ud
In the disposition of bills. It is the
|witm*Hs«*s who ar«* put «in th«* stand day by being tramp«'«! on by his
learned of the depredations which Gates.
skin which he expects to present to judiciary committee that puts most
Ito b'stify In the future, and Hit* of-
were prevalent, would refuse to lo-
of the bills to sleep by the indefinite
It was decided to ask that all flags | fleers assert that there Is not liable horse at Clendennlng's Feed Barn. Ills daughter in Oakland.
Mr. Stevens had gone Into the stall
cate and would leave the country, in Hie city be displayed aud the stores
postponement method. Bingham has
| to be as many hung Juries and that
In this way the development of the be decorated with flags, bunting, etc. I wheti n man Is guilty they will be to feed the horses when on«* of them 4NNI II. REPORT OF
the chairmanship on assessment and
became frightened and Jumped back
upper country has been greatly re-
taxation, always an Important com
able to convict him. A perjury trial wards. He took hold of the halter
tarded. It is stated on good author
mittee, requiring considerable work.
would certainly create a sensation
ity that the members of the gang
i here, as It is claimed that in the Lo and gave a Jerk, when th«* horse .Sal«* of Membership cards. » • ■«.«.» Smith of Marion has two chairman
lunged forward and one of its feet Fin«* on books an«! members 23.30 ships, banking and medicine, as also
were so bold, that even when a man
On account of there being a |M«St- cal Option cases they have plenty of
saw another man riding one of his office is Josephine County by th«1 evidence If It was only possible to strtu'k him on th«* right leg above the Old magazines sold.................
4t9O bus Beach, who is chairman of in-
horses he was afraid to protest. If name of Holland it has been found get th«- men to tell what they know. knee. He was knocked to the floor Contributions and bowk's rent
4.70 t.-st.ies and of penal institutions,
am! when rescued it was found that Donations by club members.
he entered a claim to the animal he necessary to change the timne of the
6.50 the former a good committee. Par-
the bone was broken entirely in two Membership dues....................
was given a warning which was us | present terminus of the Califoruia
30.50 rish bas two chairmanships, mining
the leg was only held together From City Council.................... 224.00 and county and state offices.
ually sufficient to keep him quiet.
Northeastern Railroad, so that a mail
by the skin on the under side of the i Monthly subscriptions............
Welsh was brought back to the (service and postoffice could be estab-
Dr. Hamilton was summoned ' Gift from Mr. Mong...............
city the next day and Tuesday ap 'llsheil at that place. The name Hol
SNOW Sl'CtEEDHl KAINS.
and lie was removed to bis home on j St. Patrick's Supper.................
try'« Good S|M>r<.
peared before'the Grand Jury to give land was first suggested by Abel Ady.
his testimony In the case. The trial who Is the largest land owner lu that
Worst Know of :<O Years Falls Near
On account of the Immense loss I Ice cream soda).........................
The bill which has bee« Introduced
which will come up within the next section, and his suggestion was adopt
Reildlng und Sacramento Can
of blood It was until eleven o'clock ■ Summer Music School and Opera
two weeks will attract the greatest
yon is Block«*«!. •
Since then it was found that laws of th»* state. Is Just as unsatis before it was considered sate to at
throughout the entire there was another postoffico In the
tempt the amputation of the limb. iTag Day.......................................
county. The conviction «..' th«* gang, !
REDDING. Cal.. Jan
state by th«* same name, and Mr. Ady th«* laws tn force in th«
Drs. Hamilton and White performed
it is believed, will wipe out «attle
was asked to suggest another name.
Th«* duck season gi
A nit on hand .Inn. 19'18 S 59 10
and horse stealing in this county.
p rienced in this section of the state
Mr. Ad.v thereupon offered the of Kin ninth County twi
administered by Dr. Leonard. While
The country is fast settling up and
In 30 years prevailed last night and
name of Aard, but it appears from the in which to shoot. Th
Mr. Stevens Is v« ry low nn account
the opportunities for this kind of
today. Telegraph and tele|!hone wires
I of the loss of blood at the time of I
following letter that it was not just tile first of August, whlch
work are not as great as when the
are badly tangled and not a train has
satisfactory and the terminus will be sportsman will admit is too
(the accident, it was stated today that LI gh t s and water............
country was more sparsely settled.
passed through the Sacramento Can
named Ady, after the Swamp 141 nd Th«* birds are so young that if shoot there were hopes of his recovery. Plumbing. tapping «liter main
King of Klamath. The letter is HH ing were allowed at that time, there Mr. Stevens is 52 years of age.
FIRE BOYS ELEC T OFFICERS.
The snow blockade is more com
would b<* no ducks left later in th«*
5 3.6 5
plete that the tie-up of traffic last
Mr. Abe) Ady,
The members of the Fire Depart
week by floods and washouts.
Dear Sir: — Referring to my letter <>n th«* Klamath lakes knows that In
ment held their regular annual el
There has been no communication
to Mr. Calvin. January Sth. 1909.
August the young ducks are barely (
ection of officers Monday night. The
points north of here all day.
The name of Aard is not consid able to flv an«! to allow' people to
Screen windows, fixtures,..
new officers elected are: President,
A heavy snow fell during the day
ered desirable, and It is now consid slaughter them at that time would
3.50 fAm Anderson north to the state
Door in basement and steps,
W. W. Baldwin; Sec'y and Treas.,
ered advisable to name the station be ruinous to the sport of the county.
C. I. Roberts; Fire Chief, Herb Bald-
line and from Red Bluff south It
Ady, if satisfactory to you.
h open in the
win; Sergeant at Aarms, J. C. M on-
as fol- Book cas«- and furnishings..
On receipt of advice from you, warm months of the summer and Is
which I would like as soon as pos- closed during the winter, th«' only
Coffee boiler........................ ...
A committee was appointed to make
:;i s jo GROWTH OF Sl'N'DAY SCHOOLS.
Fol' Stat«* l*ii|H*i*«.
' slide. we will act.
arrangements for the Annual FI re
Commencing Wednesday, Febru- Supplies and incidentals.
Is no fishing done lnr«> in the lakes
men's Ball, which will be givi en on
city or country, housed
and rivers during the summer
the evening of March 17. O. B. Gates
Chief Engineer. months, except by a few tourists, ulng until Saturday, February 13, at
Total.............................»652.95 in its own magniAeent building or
and D. A. Kenyon were elected mem-
Rulline«. on hand Jan. 1909. » 74.80 pining in a delapitated
who only fish for the sport of It 4 p. m.
bers. The department is now com-
shack, with thousands of children or
Wednesday Penmanship, History,
posed of 45 members.
»727.75 with barely a baker's dozen, the Sun
trout are excellent, but tile bill now- Spelling, Physical Geography, Read
Number visitors to Library, 13,66 7 day school is today considered the
Mrs. Emily Humphrey is expected
Thursday — Written
Arithmetic, Number books taken out.-,
2,482 strategic center of the great church
to arrive here this week from Mis- cannot catch them at this time.
Theory of Teaching. Gramriiar, Book- Number books donai od—Set t of ’ militant. The Sunday schools of the
soula, Montana, for the purpose of
The County Clerk and Sheriff have
i keeping, Physics, Civil Government.
United States alone are attended by
establishing a hospital in this city. sent to Senator Merryman,asking hint
drawn the new panel of Jurors,
Geography, Number books purchased. . .
about 11,500,000 pupils and 1,500,-
Mrs. Humphrey is a trained nurse to try and hav«* the bill changed be
000 teachers. Given a voice in af-
Composition, Algebra. English Liter
are summoned to meet when the
with many years experience in the fore it passes, but if this matter is
fairs of church or state, this would
nature, School Law.
jury trials begin again on February
She will be ac- not attended to at once it is liable
represent no mean inAuence.
Saturday—Botany, Plane Geomet
8. The new Jurors are: John Wells,
companled by her husband and It Is to be too late.
ry, General History.
of Bly; Chas. W. Lewis, T. A. Bar
L. A. Obenchaln, who arrived here
their intention to either buy a suit-
For County Pa|s*rs.
rows, E. M. Hammond, E. P. Combs
Thursday from a visit In Rogue River of the world show 22,739,323 'little
able building or build a new one for
Commencing Wednesday, Febru
Christians working their way through
and W. P. Rhodes, of Merrill; Jas. H.
Valley, is quite positive that Roy Ves
ary 10, at 9 o’clock a. tn . and contin
the grades of Bible study, learning
Driscoll, of Bonanza: J. W. Jury and
The members of the Bridge Club uing until Saturday, February 12, at tal is the man of whom he purchased the needs of the mission field and
James B. Coleman, of Dairy; M. F.
a saddle on the night of November
SIX MONTHS IN SCHOOL.
and their husbands were entertained 4 p. m.
being graduated into church member-,
Orr, of Lorella; Chas. Woodard, H.
22. He han seen the photograph and
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
V. Mitchell, H, E. Pointer, Emery
SALEM, Or., Jan. 19.—Six months Stone, Saturday evening. It was in Orthography,
Plumb, E. W. 8mith, F. M. Bennett,
with that of the man of whom he
of school for every district in the the nature of a house warming, it Geography.
J. W. Siemens, F. L. Houston, W. T.
bought the saddle, with the exception
state Is provided for in a bill which being the first entertainment given
Thursday — Written
Shlve, P. L. Fountain, Ed Young and
RESIGNATION OF ROOT.
was introduced In the house by Haw by the host and hostess in their beau Theory of Teaching, Grammar, Phy that the man wore rough clothes.
Will Humphrey, of Klamath Falls.
ley of Polk. The measure Is the out
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.—Presi
Following dinner, winch
come of the combined action of the Addition.
Friday—Geography, School Law, at the feed stables where he got the
Roosevelt has received the res
ENTERTAIN AT "THE MAPLES." educators of the state.
was served at 6:30, the guests were Civil Government, English Literature.
ignation of Secretary Root to be ef
entertained with 500 until late in
J. G. SWAN,
Mrs. Rufus Moore and Mrs. James
than Roy Veetal, whom the authori fective as soon as his successor quali
the evening. Beautiful prizes were
McClure gave a delightful tea at the
given and the occasion was one of Klamath Fails, Ore, Jan. 24, 1909. ties are very anxious to get hold of. fies. The nomination of Bacon as
Maples Thursday afternoon, in hon
Obenchaln has the saddle with him, secretary of state, and John C. Lough
the most pleasant that has been en
A. L. Crancfc and Lennie Edna
or of Mrs. E. S. Phillips, who leaves
brought it from Jackson Coun lin as assistant secretary have been
Hooper were united in marriage last
soon for their homestead In Langell
ty where he has been using it during sent to the Senate.
The bungalow of Mr. and Mrs
Thursday, the ceremony taking place
Stone, which was completed but a
The new Campbell building on the his vacation.
at the Woodmen Hall in the presence
WRIGHT BROTHERS WILL BE
Mrs. Phillips has many warm
short time ago, Is admittedly the site of the old laundry in the east
of the members of the Redmen and
PRESENTED WITH MEDALS.
friends here who regret that she is
most beautiful home in the city. end of town, has been completed and HOl'SE HULT IN RECORD TIME.
Woodmen of the World. Judge A. D.
to be away during the rest of the
Hardwood floors, stained glass win is now occupied by a modern bakery.
Miller performed the ceremony.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26,—Forak
dows, beautiful draperies and Orien Fresh bread will be furnished every
The Ready-Made House Company
s joint resolution authorizing the
tal rugs all combine in perfect har morning, which will be carried by is putting up a handsome cottage for
of war to present gold me
WAVIÄ SINK HOV8EBOAT.
the East End Candy Kitchen and by
est type will be in use in Seattle for for the architecturally beautiful ex Van Riper's grocery store. A bread street. The material was hauled to dals to the Wright brothers In recog
nition of their aerial feats was adopt
A houseboat, belonging to Roy the fair year. The Seattle Electric terior.
wagon will be put on for delivery the ground Tuesday; at noon Wednes
ed by the Senate yesterday without
Bamaker, which was tied up on the Company is spending more than II,-
every morning to any place tn the day the carpenters were putting on
the shingles. The building is a five debate.
The City Bakery has the sorvlces city.
lake near Goeller’s mill, was partially 500,000 improving its service.
room cottage with hath, pantry and
of a first class baker and Is turning 27
sunk last night by the heavy waves
John Charles, of Denver, an offi
closets nnd two porches. This Is the
from the lake. It has been occupied
The annual gathering of the Ep- out nice Bread.
Order Clty Bnkery’s frosh broad first of the new read-made houses cial of the Department of Indian Af
until recently, but no one was In ft worth League In Seattle this year Is
Tell Muller your Sewing nnd Talk with your groceries from Crnntz & to lie erected in Klamath Falls and fairs, arrived Friday and loft next,
at the time. It was filled with water expected to bring 25,000 visitor« to
Phone 254. Co.. Edmondson & Risedorf and the It is attracting considerable atten day for the Agency in company of
and is now resting on the bottom, the city during the progress of the ing Machine troubles.
Superintendent It (1. Wilson.
Monarch Fruit Store
Ala* kn-Yukon-Pacific Exposit ion.
with one corner on the bank.