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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 28, 1909.
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INDU I MENT?
KAI I.Ito.II* WORK Pitot,KESSI Mi.
|IM,k OlWcrr» Oxer • !»«- Gummi itlol
NlmWctl ll<>w Work Ws» I
BIO MOI SPAIN LION.
GETS GOOD COMMITTI
Rumor That Orinili Jury la lnv«-»ti- TI m - Steam Nliovel F liilalle. Ilie l ui
A genuine California mountain Senator Mrrrynun (ilws Cli
11»«« total amount of moui-y appor
gallng lll.-geil perjury.
Through the Rcaiiics Hill.
lion was shot and killed last Sunday
»hip of Irrigation Commi °
tioned by the County School Superin
by a son of John Hagelstein just back
It Is reported that,, Walter Welsh tendent to the »< bools of Klamath
It 1» rumored today that the Grand
The stcum shovel which Is working of Nayiox, which is twelve mjles
Senator •Merryman has be«*n
has made a complete (unfeasliiu In County In I9ox wu» I27.MI6.59, of Jury lx lnv«-stlgiitlnK a perjury <a»«:
on the railroad grade below the city, north of thia city. The lion Is a mon treated in regard to commit,,n
regard to the horse »trilling case and which »2,8 12 62 wu» state money and •ml that a large number of witness-
finally succeeded In eating Ils way ster, measuring eight feet from head point m«-nts In the 8<-nate,
ha» glv«-n full Information as to ev »25,(103 !<4 county.
<- h have been summoned to give evi through the Ream»» hill Tuesday., to tip of tall and weighs 125 pounds. quest was granted • • for Chain
• 1 1*
ery member of thu gang implicated
Three districts had only 4 mouth» dence. The case I« supposed to bs and is now In plain view from the
It was brought to the city today by the Irrigation Committee. I
Welsh went to the Dairy coautry of »«bool, I hud 5 months, 12 hud that of I Wright who recently leali. city
It Is stated that there Is only Mr. Hagelstein.
also plar<d on the following c^ al.
<,n Monday In company with Deputy 6 months, 16 district» had over 6 tied In his ov#n behalf in the Local one more small cut to be made this
For several weeks huge tracks of tear: Ways and Means, Public
Sheriff Ham Walker and Wnt Shook, mouths of school. The enumeration Option rax«- It 1» said that evidence side of the hill and that It will only
and It Is »aid « apo»«-1 the entire »>• lust year wu» 1752, this year 183L has b«-«-n »ecured of his Belling whls- take a few days, The steam «hovel some animal were seen In the woods Medicine, Pharmacy and Det "
t<-iu used by the sang in their rustl .Klamath Full». Dl» 1. coo, 1908, C59 k«-i ami that th«* plan Is to try him will then be moved to the grade near In the neighborhood of Nayiox. The and Enrolled Bills.
tracks were tm< large for an ordinary
Nottingham of Multnomah, I ’
ing operation». He »bowed the offi Uotiansa,
Di». 2, I co, iitox, ic2 |on a <haig>' of perjury, if the evf- the Upper Lake.
cougar. It is believed that this was Marion, Coffey of Multnomah.'
rers where th«- fences had been cut Merrill,
28, |«1. 1901, 183 |<l* n<*- 1« considered sufficient by the
Contractor Hears ha* about flnlxbed i the animal which was seen by a
of Baker and Bingham of Lan«* '
and the corral that wu» used to round
The committee appointed by the Grand Jury on which to find an In his work th*» side of .Midland and It
ered In the best committee chat
up the bunch
ill) council to coopfiut« »Hb the dict tn«-nt.
Is stated that within three weeks the
ships when President Bowl.^ .
It la claimed that the ufflceia now school» tit Klamath Full» in arrsug
I* 1» flalmed witnesses have be«-n grade will be complete from this side »middle of the big Klamath Lake, and
have a complete atrllig of ovldctu-e ing fur n celebration of th«- Llnculn t'Mi fr«c In perjuring themselves on of the marsh to the entrance of the which created quite a s«-naatlon, as mad" the distribution. Kay ot?y
¡they were unable to get their bear Ion was the lackiest of the lot,
from the time the fir»t horse waa Centvhnlal met with the prluclpais Hi- »Ian.f. and th«- officer» Hie hux - depot grounds.
I dogs to go near It, and were unable not only secured the chairma^
stolen to th» time they were Anally of the »< I.troia unti th«- County Huper- hiu» to make an «-xample of sum«-
The engineers have b«-«;n busy since
»old In Calllornla. nnd that they »III Inteud« ut last evening uml mude I hr utiv Clii Hi Judge Noland's »(and Tuesday putting up grade stakes on I to determine what sort of an animal of resolutions, which is one o»
| It was. The Hon was fat and ! d fine most Influential committees, bt^
be able to c«mvlcl every member of ttdlowlng arrangements
Exert lar» on thi» practice 1» well known hik I It the depot grounds so that the fill can condition and apparently has been so of enrolled bills, which has a
the gang P«M>|>le of th«- ti|>|>««r conn »hull be h« Id In
successful] in Hlaughterii g deer on siderable clerkship patronage, «j
try ar<- elate«l over thu »ui-c««»» of the 2 p tn Friday,
12 The ’«••r« If a ch»,, «if pefjor.v was prov<*ti ed from the cut above the Hot Springs which to feed.
to the fact that this committee t í
«■fibers and It la stated that many will school < hlldrr-n
copy all the Senate bills after (
!><• ready to testify with further evl- march in u body
hull, l<-d by ’h«- Court »ax In no mood to over on the fill is not a heavy one u ntil It evening In a tree near the Hagrlsteln have been pass«?d.
dence » h«-tt
reaches the depot site where It ia
I he hanti It II
. J. T Itut-
home and was soon brought to the
Nottingham srvured the chair t
t her Gt-o A, Wirtz and Col Wiikin» ¡oath of a wltncH» and that the least only about twelve Inches.
generally most desired, thi.
The stuck thlcvv» wer«- gHtlng »u w«ie appointed a» a committee to ■ il<|. nec of perjury would tw* probed
entering the head and one the shoul ways and means. Hart has the ,
Ionii that they aitat ge the program
bold III their operai
LEG BROKEN BA HORSE.
clary committee, the one most so
If tiie Court ni«k«-» an example of
were a menace mrt OOl) *«• It*« !•<<>!• to deeorate the <*p<*ra Hoirse wu» ap
by the lawyers, and the .
erty hilt to the Ilves of the farmers .pointed, consisting of Mn liuttht r.
Mr Stevens, a t<-amster, had his
Prospective settlers, a» aooti as they Nilkt-iMiu, Hank». Ilrt» k. H»uu uml ¡liable to put a »care Into *vu>«' of the leg broken about 5 p. tn. last Tues (Thus. Drake for »25, and the Judge which usually wields the most p<
intends to have a rug made of the in the disposition of bills. It is<
,»lttie«»ex who ar«- put on th«- stand
learned of the depredations which taut«-»
day by being tramped on by. bls skin which he expects to present to judiciary comrnitt«.' that puts t
«ere prevalent, would refuse to Io-
horse at Clendenning's Feed Barn.
It »a» decided to ask tint al) flags
of the bills to sleep by the fndefi
cate and would leave the country. Iti trie city be displayed uml the »tore» j ficer» assert that there 1« not liable Mr. .Stevens had gone Into the stall his daughter in Oakland.
postponement method. Bingham
In this way the development of th« be d*«tirat«-d with flag», bunting, t-tc.
to f*-«*d th«- horses when one of them
the chairmanship on ass««ssment
upper country has been greatly re
became frtght«-n«*d and jumped back
taxation, always an important c
tarded It Is stated on g«>«>d author
wards. He took hold of the halter
i i is sou adv
mltt«»e, requiring considerable w<
■*ouId <ertalt|ly create a sensation
ity that ttn< tnetnliei« of the gang
and gave a jerk, when the horse Sale of Membership cards. »
of Marion has two chairm
acre so bold, that even when a man
On •noun! of there being a post- *r*al Option cases thqy. have plenty of lunged forward and one of its feet I Fine on books and members
and medicine, as t
saw another niart rtdlng one of hl»
offil V in Josephin, County by the ♦AhkuiP If It was only possible to struck him on the right leg above the i Old niagazin««» sold........
is chairman of
horse« he was afraid to protewt
of Holland It lia» been found mh th.- men tp tell what.they know knee. He waa knocked to the fl«M>r Contributions and book rent
he entered a claim to the animal hr
and when rescued it wax found that Donations by club members.
u«a es»*ry ‘ to rhangc the name of the
the former a good committee, P
ass given a warning which was US-
the bom- was broken entirely In two Membership dues..................
present terminus of the California
risk baa two chairmanship«, mln
MW GAME IAW.
ually sufficient to keep him quiet
and the leg was only held together From City Council.................. 2
¡Northeastern Ralli<>ad, so that a mall
and county and state offices.
by the skin on the under side of the Monthly subscriptions...........
Welsh was brought back to the
service and postoffli«' could be estab If l‘n-«.-d Will Injur«- Klunmth Coin»«
city the next day and Tuesday • p-
Gift from Mr. Mong...............
lishcd at that place The name Hol
«ry» G« hk I *i|»»rt.
and he was removed to his home on St. Patrick’s 8upper................
SNOW SUCCEEDS RAINS.
peared before the Grand Jury N» give
laud »»> first suggested by Abel Ady,
tils testimony In the caae Th» trial
■ Egg Hunt".............................
who is the largest laud owner In that
Worst Snow of :to Years Falls N<
The bill which ha» l»-«-n introduced
On account of the Immense loss ice cream social.......................
which will coma up within the next
section, aud his suggestion «•» adopt In th«- l.* giHlqi nr«- changing th«- game of blood it was until eleven o'clock
Ri-dding and Sacramento Can- '
two weeks Will attract the gv«-ut«'»t
Since then it was found that In«» of the mute, 1» just a» unsatia- before It was considered safe to at-j Summer Music School and Opera
yon is Blocked.
attention throughout I he ent Ire
theie wai another p<>»tuffb « In th«- factor) to KI: math County a« were tentpt the amputation of the limb.i
county The conviction of th«' gang.
stale by the same uh me. aud Mr Ady the lu» x In force tn th«* past.
Drs. Hamilton and White performed
REDDING, Cal., Jan. 26.—T*
it Is believed, will wipe nut cattle
was asked to suggest another uame
Th«- duck season glv«-« the peop)«- the operation, the anesthetics being1 Amt. on hand Jan 1908..$ 59.10 hardest snowstorm that has been e •
»nd horse stealing In this county
Mr Ady thereupon off« red the I of Klamath County two more monfhidi'dmWitwGwert-by Dr. Ix*onard. Winl.
perienced in this section of the sta
The country* 1» fast settling up and
bailie of Aard. but II a|>p«uir from the ,tn « hich to shoot. The season opens Mr. Stevens lx very low on account I
in 30 yews pr«ua|ied last qight az
the tip|M>rtnnitles for thia kind of
follow Ing l«tt«r that It »a* not just th** first of August, which every of the loss of blood at the time of
today. Telegraph and telephone win
work are hot as great aa when the
sal Isfiti lot y aud the terminus will be sportsman will admit Is too earh I the accident, it was stat«*d today that
country waa more sparsely settled
Lights and water................... » 67.0U are badly tangled and not a train hf
named Ady. after the Swamp La nd The birds are so young that if shoot there were hopes of his recovery.
Iiassed through the Sacramento Cai
Plumbing, tapping water main
King of Klamath
The letter la a* ing wen- allowed at that tlm«-. th«-r<- Mr. Stevens is 52 years of age.
FIRE Hols EI.E< T OFFH'ERH.
snow blockade is more cotr
would be no ducks left later In the
Books and freight..................
•Mt. Abel Ady.
plete that the tie-up of traffic lav
I E It HEX'S EX AMIN ATHENS.
Evervone who has hnnt«-d
2 * 70
Dear Sir. - Referring to uiy
week by floods and washouts.
mi th«- Klumath lakes knows that In
to Mr. Calvin. January 8th. 19<
There has been no communicatio'
Notice Is herby given that .the I Wood ..................... ................... 19.25
lugtist the young ducks are barely
with points north of here all day.
The name of Aard is not
'able to fly and io allow- p«*ople to County Superintendent of Klamath Screen windows, fixtures...
A heavy snow fell during the day
ered desirable, and it Is no»
»laughter them at that tlnty would
Door in basement and st**ps.
from Anderson north to the statu
«•red advisable to name the
Ady, If satisfactory to you
Th«- trout »»-axon Is open In the count.' papers at High School build Insurance, building, contents. 67.50 line and from Red Bluff south
On receipt of nd vic«- from J ou. vi-'in mouths of the summer and Is ing, Klamath Falls, Oregon, as fol Book case and furnishings..
which I would Ilk«- as soon a-« pon ‘cli.... I during the winter, th«* only lows:
wns appointed to III tike
alble, we will act.
For State l’ap« r».
GROWTH OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
for the Annual Fire-1
Commencing Wednesday, Febru Supplies and incidentals.
¡Is uo fishing don«- here in th«* lakes
which will be given on '
Whether in city or country, housed
' ind rivers during th«* summer
■f .March 17 O II Gates)
uing until Saturday, February 13. at
Total.......................... »652.95 in its own magnificent building or
■nyon Were elected mem- )
Balance on hand Jan. 1909, » 74.80 pining in a delapitated mountain
who only fish for the sport of It. 4 p. m.
lepartrnent is now cum-1
shack, with thousands of children or
During the winter, however, the
Wil.I, ESTABLISH HOSPITAL.
»727.75 with barely a baker's dozen, the Sun
trout are excellent, but the bill now Spelling. Physical Geography, Read
Number visitors to Library, 13,667 day school is today considered the
Mrs. Emily Humphrey In expected bufore th«- Legislature says that you
NEW JI Itolts DRAW N.
Thursday — Written Arithmetic, Number books taken out. .
2,482 strategic center of the great church
to arrive here this week from Mis
Theory of Teaching. Grammar. Book- Nu m her books donated—Set of
militant. The Sunday schools of the
Montana, for the purpose of
United States alone are attended by
The County Clerk and Sheriff have souls,
establishing a hospital in this city. sent to Senator Merryman.asking him
Friday—Physiology. Geography. Number books purchased. . .
11,500,000 pupils and 1,500,-
drawn th« new panel of Jurors, who
Humphrey is a trained nurse to try and have th»* bill changed be- Composition. Algebra. English Liter
000 teachers. Given a voice In af-
»re ■umnioned to meet when ths M rs.
experience In thu
ature, School Law.
fairs of church or state, this would
Jury trials begin again on February with many years
WAS VESTAL’S SADDLE.
hospital business, She will be ac- not attended to at once it is liable
Saturday—Botany, Plane Geomet
represent no mean influence, The
*• The new Jurors are; John Welle,
companled by her husband and it Is to be too late.
ry, General History.
of Bly; Chas W. Lewis, T A. Bur
L. A. Obenchaln, who arrived here latest statistics of the Sunday schools
their Intention to either buy a suit-
FN«r County Paper».
rows, E M Hammond. E. P. Cotubs
Thursday from a visit In Rogue River of the world show 22,739,323 little
able building or build a new one for MR. AND MRS. STONE ENTERTAIN
Commencing Wednesday, Febru Valley, is quite positive that Roy Ves Christians working their way through
and w. P Rhodes, of Merrill; Jas. II.
ary 10. at 9 o’clock a. m.. 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 needB of the mission field and
Jam«-» B. Coleman, of Dairy; M. F.
a saddle on the night of November
and their husbands were entertained 4 p. m.
HIX MONTHS IN SCHOOL.
Orr, of Lorella; Chas. Woodard, H.
22. He has seen the photograph and being graduated into church member
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
V. Mitchell, II. E. Pointer, Emery
description of Vestal and they tally
SAI.EM. Or., Jan 19—Six months Stone, Saturday evening, it was In 1 Orthography,
I’lumb, E. W. Hmlth, F. M. Bennett,
with that of the man of whom be
the nature of a house warming, it Geography.
J W. Siemens, F L. Houston, W. T.
bought the saddle, with the exception ROOSEVELT RECEIVES
being the first entertainment given
Thursday — Written
Hhlve, p. L. Fountain. M Young aud rtate Is provided for In a bill which by the host and hostess In their beau
RESIGNATION OF ROOT.
that the man wore rough clothes.
Theory of Teaching. Grammar, Phy
Will Humphrey, of Klamath Falls. was Introduced in the house by Haw tiful new home In the Hot Springs
He went with the man to the corral
ley of Polk. The measure Is the out
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.—Presi
Friday—Geography, School Law, at the feed stables where he got ^he
come of the combined action of the Addition. Following dinner, which
entertain AT “THE MAPLES." educators of the state.
was served at 6:30, the guests were Civil Government, English Literature. saddle and bridle from the horse? and dent Roosevelt has received the res
he believes that the man was no other ignation of Secretary Root to be ef
entertained with 500 until late in
J. G. SWAN.
Roy Vestal, whom the authori fective as soon as his successor quali
Mrs. Rufus Moore and Mr«. James
the evening. Beautiful prizes were
McClure gave a delightful tea at the
given and the occasion was one of I Klamath Falls. Ore. Jan. 24. 1909. ties are very auxious to get h<yd of. fies. The nomination of Bacon as
Obenchaln has the saddle with him, secretary of state and John C. Lough
Maplt-i Thursday afternoon, In hon-
Edna the most pleasant that has been en
brought it from Jackson Coun lin as assistant secretary have been
joyed by the members of this club.
or of Mrs. E. S. Phillips, who leaves
Hooper were united In marriage last
ty where he has been using it during sent to the Senate.
The bungalow of Mr. and Mrs
"«on for their homestead In I.angell
Thursday, the ceremony taking place Stone, which was completed but a
The new Campbell building on the his vacation.
WRIGHT BROTHERS WILL BE
Mrs. Phillips has many warm nt the Woodmen Hall In the presence short time ago, is admittedly the site of the old laundry in the east
PRESENTED WITH MEDALS.
friends here who regret that she Is of the members of the Redmen and most beautiful home in the city. end of town, has been completed and HOUSE BUILT IN REt ORD TIME.
Woodmen of the World. Judge A. I). Hardwood floors, stained glass win
•o be away during the rest of the
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
tal rugs all combine In perfect har morning, whicn will be carried by is putting up a handsome cottage for er's Joint resolution authorizing the
Hundred! of street cars of the lat mony, presenting n fitting interior the East End Candy Kitchen and by George E. Luttrell, on his lot on Pine secretary of war to present gold me
WAVES SINK HOI SEBOAT.
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
• wagon will be put on for delivery the ground Tuesday; at noon Wednes nition of their aerial feats was adopt
A houseboat, belonging to Roy the fair year. The Seattle Electric terior.
every morning to any place in the day the carpenters were putting on ed by the Senate yesterday without
•i'ltnuker. which wag tied up on the
the shingles. The building is a five debate.
The City Bakery has the services city.
lake m ar Goeller's mill, was partially 500,000 improving Ita service.
room cottage with bath, pantry and
R"tik last night by the heavy waves
John Charles, of Denver, an offi
and two porches. This Is the
from tiie lake. It has been occupied
Tiie annual gathering of the Ep-
of the Department of Indian Af
until recently, but no one was In It worth League In Seattle tills year Is
arrived Friday and left next
at the time, it was filled with water expected to bring 25.000 visitors to
the Agency In company of
Rnd Is now resting on the bottom, the city during the progress of the
P G. Wilson.
*llh one corner on the bank.
\1n Itn Yukon Pacific Exposition.