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.!>« Day was v »«y appropriately
Tl < ..i«,ck of lumber In tbe yards
red Friday, both during the of tLe uw mill« In Klamath Falls Is
On, of tho Govcrnm ■■it engineer*
are becoming convint'«! tl at If
.on aud aft'.rnoon, by the pupil« becoming
v. ry low. There ha3 been and a am»!! crew have been s 'nt to
wait for th« adoption of the
tl • public schools.
Ti e exercises m«»re tl nn th«» usual sale of lumb'>r Clear Lake to malt» pr «ration* for
Th<i *tool gang i.us bc< n busy they will 1 avu tl u u..
oi.artc-r nnd tbe cluetloi i on ti
i ll In the uitembly room on during the past winter.
One mil) b glnnlng work on the «Ium. Speci«
■Ince Bunday laying truck ucros* the I which Is moro of a «I
in the additions, tl at th«» sui
li d fl «or of tl ■ sc ool building, n nn simcs ti at hl* company •old fi cat Ions arc being pr«pi d and bld*
marsh, und It Is « xpected ll at they beu«>fit. if a c I* bri
will bo over before anything can
»at tastefully d corut d for more lumber during the winter than r.zkcd for furnishing «lump cars,
will rt n< h Mldlaml within a we«’k. takoo, tho people of
b«» done In providing a s-wer system
«■• o.i by tl ti pupils arwl t<»arh- tl ';y did all of la t summer. The track and other noc< : equipment
From Mldlund to Klumulli Fulls, it unter lulu it full of
for ti.o city. They I uvo, tberulure, t.r M.<; walls were d.up:d with flags ■««Ills a
now making preparations for doing ti>e work. It tb< macnin-
is stated, tho road bed has been with a dolci uiinnUon
Ind ti.o city surveyor maki» n plat of
bunting, and on stands around to b'gin sawing for the summer.
< y n ark« t is such t.s to p rinlt of
lev* led und Is r<H«ly for tl s und pa-s anythin* ever c
a survey and furnish an estimate of
n in. I along ti.i: .«tairwa.. and
Ackley Bios, have only about a immediate d »livery of equipment,
rails, ao It Is only u matter ot u or any other placo,
the picbttblu cost of u main system.
t«.e wludows were many beautl- half a million feet of rough lumber tie work will be prosecuted at once.
abort lime when the track will bo nuet« that whuu the affair is over Hie It la found tl al the coal «ill be about
1 potted plauts.
on 1 and, and most of this Is box I if it had not been for the difficulty
whole country will kuow that Kia ♦ 58,000, Including a s. pile tank and
Ti.o greatest attraction, however, lumber and will be re-.->awed for box i between the Water User* Association
The grade has b< • u completed fur muth county bas Lad u c lubrutlon. curtain Intel al.« to counuct with the
«, ti.a cxteaslve display of birds material. They will »fart sawing on end the Reclamation Service, these
««uno llinti from the up« r lake to the No half-way uff.tir «I ould bo tolera main s«wer.
! : ¡In al« which were airangcd on Monday and expert to run steady bids would have h«'n advertis'd for
railioud yurda lu thia city, und it ted. 'Ilo citizens siiuuld determine
Und'-r tho prerent charter It is pedc-tals und shelves around the all summer.
They lave a million some time ago, and the probability
Is report« <1 that the track laying to go the limit or o I. hi had belter poszlblo to vote bonds to the amount room. The large collection contained and a half feet of logs in the water1 is that the machln'ry would lav*
crew will «-ontlnui ou to the lake not start iu.
of >95,U00, uad us ti e Indebtedness many beautiful speclm.ns of native to begin sawlrg on. By using their been here and the work would have
and that the spur will be pul In to
Il is easily possible to bring 10,- of the city is about >45,000, this J birds and animals which would do kiln they will have dry lumber with been going on for the past thr«?*
connect with thu lain* l-ak<> mill and 000 people hero for tho occasion. would lrnvo >50,000 with which to ' dlt to a museum.
Most of the in ten days aft^r beginning sawing. ‘ weeks. Home valuable time has b"en
the box factory. No <l< rinitu turnout»-1 Beside« excursions from tbo outside, build a sower, it Is urgued that the .animals were captured by the pupils
Moore Bros.’ big stock has been lost, but unles* tho unexpected hap
cement I as yet b<« n mad«' a» to tho ; crowds of people from this aud ' main sewer could be put In for this of the school in their study of animal reduced to not over a half million pens, there will be something doing
data of b>*li>nln* service on tbo Luka couBtle* could be induced to amount, aud the counciluieu iuen- , life. The mounting was all done by feet. This Is good dry lumber, but: on tbe upper project during Iho ta-
road, but from prvM»nt Indications .com*. The accommodations In the [tloncd are favorable to going ahead ' Walter Donart, one of the seventh al) common grades. They are prac tire summer.
tho track ahould b«’ completed be city will be uaully overcrowded und bonding the city under the ' grade pupils.
tically cleaned out of upper*. They ! A very harmonious feeling is no*
fore the first ot Muy. aud undoubted ' without outside people, aud urrungo- present charter and got work started
The forenoon exercises were con state that last fall they expected to prevailing throng! out the entire pro
ly trains will bo running Into Kia- | menta could be made for camping on the sewer system at once. Tbere ducted by tbe pupils of the first four have enough lumber to run them ject, especially in tbe upper country.
math Falls by the middle of iho grounds near the depot. People from Is no question in tbe minds of the grade«, and consisted of songs by tbe late in the summer, but that the de Mr. Patch, the new project engineer,
tho country should be Invited to citizens about the n«-ce- Ity of Im school and the several grades, and mand during the winter was far seems to be disposed to do everything
come i with their camping outfits and proved sanitary conditions at once, recitations and reading by the fol heavier than they anticipated. The he can to further the work on the
TWO TONb OF ii(M>/.E.
tents and huvu a place provided for and II U probable that If the council lowing:
Constance Miller, Ernest Moore mill will begin sawing about project and help the land owners,
them to camp and a place to keep rixummcnds this action that It will Stearns, Nellie Price, Fern Hanks, the first of May.
und this disposition Is meeting the
Klamath Falls is not tbo only town their hoiKx or pasture to turn them meet with unanimous approval.
The Ix>ng Lake Company has approval of the people, who are
Stanley Santinaw, Dorothy Maston,
In tho county that I* going after the into. These accommodations should
Mr. Zumwalt in his report says: Madge Shlve, Flora Warn, Alden about 400,000 feet on hand. Most anxious for perfect harmony and a
violator« of (bo local option law. all be free, and tho visitors should “The estimate of cost for tbe system North, Josephine Fink, Ted Shipley, of this Is In the woods near the lo friendly feeling between the Service
Morrill has tho latent coau. Fruuk Le at no expense except what they 1« baaed on prcænt prie«*«, freight lxils Chitwood, Clute* Lockwood and cation of the old mill, but teams and the land owners.
Bloomlngcump «nd his clerk, L. A. might wish to expend with the mer rates and wages, and covers the ter Elvle Hubbard.
A solo was also will begin hauling it to the city
Obenci aln, have been arrested, anti chants.
ritory murked red ou the accom r«»ndered by Miss Maaten.
right away. Nearly half of thi- i«» GT.C.W APPLES AND SPUDS
on Friday pleaded not guilty before
By providing free accommodations panying map. The total length of
stock is of the better grades suftabh
in the afternoon tbe program
tho Justice of tbo Peace at Morrill. to those di siring to camp. It would .«ewer on the streets is 2 8,934 feet. opined by u song by the school, and for finish.
They state that the;
l. mcr Appkgu
who owns 17.4
Throo aeporato charge* were filed In rtmult in having two thousand pro The «-qtlmato on the above. Including wa.i folowed by an address by Judge have been able to fill all orders so* acres in the Enterprise tracts. Is
tbo complaint against each man, nnd pio camping just outside the city it septic tank and pump station for Benton, who talked to tbe scholars far, and expect their stock to last1 setting out one cere in apples this
tho Judge placed the bonds at 1500 limits, who would spend two or tl «« low levels, nnd a lot on which on bird nnd animal life. Attention until the new lumber Is dry and year. He does not expect to go
for each complaint, or a total of three days hero having a good limo. to locate tho pump plant, is >38,000. »aa drawn to tbe great lessons to ready for market. The Long I^tke t>-avi!y tn the growing of fruit,
A couple of hundred Indians could This sum does not include the cost be learned from observance of the mil! will start up on Monday. Nearly although he believes it will do well
>3000 fur tho two men.
The p".'.lmlnury Inarin* was set be Induced to conic here with their of tilling In and grading streets, habits and life of animals and birds all of their cut lumber will be used here, but it is only his intention to
for tho 19th. F
F. II Mills will appear | ponies, and «amping grounds should which may bo noci-ssary to prevent rig! t here at home.
for bexos. so that they will have a -:<-t out a tome orchard for his own
for the defendants. Attorney R. 8. bo suppllctl them. An old-fashioned tho sewers freezing and to protect
Following the address by Mr. Ben- good stock of upper grade* to dis use. Mr. Applegate will plant six
Smith wont to Morrill Friday and Indian village would bo an attraction them from travel." This estimate sin the remainder of the program pose of 1», the local ma-ket
acre* to potato"3 and expects to
dro* up the cumplulul* for I’rosecut and would be of great interest to was made some time ago, when was rendered as follows:
have even a better crop th¡3 year
Ing Attorney Kuykendall, who was visitors from th«» outside. A water freight rate* wero higher than they
PREPARING TO CELEBRATE.
than he bad last Last year he av-
Song, "We Love tbe Grand Old
unable to go. Mr. Kuykendall slut«-» carnival at night and excursions on will be with the arrival of the rall- Trees" by Fifth grade girls.
eraged a profit of 1400 an acre on
llat he tax plenty of rcllablo wit- ti e train and tho boat to Ady would road.
The directors of the Chamber of his potatoes.
They averag'd •
Address on Arbor Day by Mr.
nc**e*. A s.'arch warrant was Issued, be good fealur«*a.
Commerce and committee members yield of 300 bushels an acre,
There would ho no end of attrac
and II Is said that two tons of
Song, "Beautiful Spring Time" Lcld a m«....g Tu- -dey U take poi lion of lift a eage yielded mo
“boose'* were found In the collar al lions and entertainments which
action on the celebration for rail bushels per acre.
Seventh and Eigth Grades.
might be provided, but their success
One small patch planted by Mr.
Debate, "Resolved That Suffrage road day. It was decided to hold a
will depend on the action of tho peo
yielded an average ot
ple. If they are for a celebration er Lake National Park is making
tractions recommended by the com 700 bushels to the acre. This is
.Seventh and Eigth Grades.
of this nature, they should decide
Judges—Mesdames Hum, Hanks mittee were excursions on railroad believed to be the record yield in
Belween 7 5 and 100 tons of to put their whole soul In it and go be made at the park this summer.
and boat, water carnival, barbecue, this county. This would make 42,-
freight have been received at tho In for a glorious time. One of our
Affirmative Glenn Beales, May sei base ball games, parades, fireworks, 000 pounds to the acre, or on*
Navigation Company's wliurf within citizens wisely remarked,
Indian exhibitions, etc. The details pound of potatoes to each square
Sanderson, Henderson Mulkey.
a wook for Morrill merchants. For hired a few brusu bands to show visit believes that it will not in shape for
of the celebration will be left in the foot. This is certainly growing them
years th«1 Merrill merchant* have ors coming In here that wo arc
hands of a competent committee. pretty thick, but Klamath is the
boon hauling their freight In from awake, tl Wouldn't bo n«>ccssary to July, At that time there will prob-
Drill recitation, "A Spring Flower Frank Ira wiiito and Alex Martin, place where things grow .
tho south by wagon, It camo by spend more money to get others to
Jr., volunteered to act as a com-
Gathering"' Fifth Grade girls.
way of Montague and later was come.“ That Is true enough—the mountalu near the rim. but this can
mittee to solicit funds to pay the
CLEANING SAGE BRUSH.
I auled from Mt. Hebron This year, others would hear about It an<1 come bo easily traveled over, as it will
expenses. It is expected that every
all of tho to see for themselves. Some brass
Principal Dunbar and his corps of buslnes man and citizen will help
J. F Adams, who is in the city
Mr. Arant asked fur over 122,000
freight for tho Morrill country Is bands make music most of them
are entitled to great credit willingly, and voluntary contribu from Merril, think» he has one of
shipped via « Klamath Falls. Within muke a noise. Hero is an occasion
tions should be offered, as the com
a month tho railroad will bo running to make a noise that will be heard an appropriation of >3000. By judi tor the enthusiasm manifested in mittee will have all it can do and the best sage grubbing machines in
co in- their work by the scholar*, and the
the country. Mr. Adams recently
to this city, and Morrill can get her from the Pacific to tbo Atlantic clous usu it will be possible to
will necessarily have to spend a lot
Lot's boost. If you hro a pletc certain work begun last year. creditable appearance they made of valuable time. The people have purchased one of the Steel patent
freight from Mldlund
Thia will Coast
nocrsltato ouly u very short haul by booster, now Is the time to let the Tie trail going down to the lake before the public. Careful drilling expressed themselves as wanting a machines-and has been operating it
world know It If you are not, send will be straightened out and improv and training were shown In the celebration, and now should show for about two weeks.
Mr. Adams us«?* six horses on the
In your application at once and join ed and a wire cable will be run along recitations and the debate. The effect good faith and the proper spirit by
and says he can grub from
It pays the biggest
HM LICEI» HALL GROUNDH.
A horse trail was also apparent and many excellent coming through without waiting to five to seven acres a day and leave
dividend«« of any order in tho world. tection of visitors.
will also bo cut to the pinnacle and voices could be distinguished in the be asked and huviug someone argue it clean of brush. The brush is cut
Tho base ball enthusiasts will hold
the matter with them for hours. off at the roots about three to six
more buildings erected.
choruses by the young people.
a meeting tonight at 7 o'clock al the (X)MMITTKER APPOINTED
Let everyone give willingly
That Inches under the ground. The ma
FOR RAILROAD CELEBRATION
bowling alloy for tbo purpose of tak
chine can be adjusted to cut at dif
Tl'RN ON WATER.
ing steps toward tbo organization of
“SLATS'* IN JAIL.
ferent depths. With the small brush
Water was turned Into the big
A meeting wns held last Friday
a team. D. B. Campbell of tho Hot
inches is about right and for
Springs Company generously offered of tho directors of the Chamber of
Thos. Brlckell, who is better nesday.
the larger about six. Besides cut
to furnish grounds, and some of the
known as “Slats,'' has been coni
PORTLAND, Oregon, April 14.— ting the brush the ground is left
boys went out this afternoon to select mitten on advertising, entertainment milled to the custody of ti!» sheriff until the ditch is primed and then
Forest Service has just announ in a pulverised condition and could
a location and decidod on an Idoal and exhibits. A general discussion on a chargo of attempted arson at
following appointment* on be planted in grain without further
tract adjoining tbo dopot alto. It is
Merrill. Brlckell was brought up
Forests in Washington and plowing. The loose brush is turned
the intention to begin practice at vance of railroad day,and committees from Merrill by Marshal F. M. Dur
over by chains connected with the
once, and everyone Interested In base wero appointed to start the work ham. It Is said he was arrested at
machine and as soon as the dirt dries
ball are requested to bo presont to going nnd devise plans and to re Merrill for fighting, and, failing to
from the roots, can be raked UP
night, so that a line-up can bo made. port nt a meeting to bo hold next pay his fine, was put to work on
applications will soon begin to come Forest; Sherman A. Brown, Earl with the ordinary rake.
the strode, but ho refused to work.
Mr. Adams will grub about six
A speclnl committee was appointed He was then put In jail, which he in very fast. According to the reg- Abbott, Carl M. Ewing and Gaines
UPPER LAKE NOTES
acres this year, He was
to recommend pians to provide fin attempted to burn.
his machine, but he
ances for tho celebration as follows:
Brlckell evidently thought he and a contract signed, in order that Martin J. Gribble, Clarence L. can do a good deal of work this fall.
The concrote blocks being placed
A. II. Naftzgor, E. II Hal), Frank knew more than the Merrill officers
nndcr tho englno of the now mill
Ira White and R. H. Dunbar. The and he only laughed at them and tho applications may be approved, Henson, F. W. Stahlman, Marion Then the brush will quickly dry and
will be completed In a day or two.
entertainment committee for the caused them as much trouble as he each land owner must furnish an ab Burlingame, O. S. Callison, George can be burned without hauling it
A Mr. Stono has leased tho Wood
stract of title of his laud, which must Ledford and G. M. Talmage, Assia from the land.
celebrntlon will bo: Geo. T. Baldwin, could.
Tho officers tried to find be passed upon by the attorney for tant Forest Rangers on the Oregon
place of Alex. Adams, who has it
Alex. Martin, Jr. , B. St. Geo. Bishop, some plan of getting rid of him, and
In charge. Mr. Stone moved In on
CALHOUN JURY SECURED.
Fred L. Houston and E. P. Morgan, finally brought in a charge of at tho Water Users Association, R. 8. National Forest.
Theodore F. Cadle has been re
This committee will prepnro a tenta- tempted arson of a building, and Smith.
Ono of the lady fishers got an in
stored to duty on the Fromont Na
SAN FRANCISCO, April 13.—Otto
tlvo program for railroad day to committed him to tho custody of the
Ability to juggle figuros is neces tional Forest; Deputy Forest Ranger H. Mackroth, a retired grocer, was
voluntary ducking yesterday.
submit to the directors on Tuosday sheriff to await the action of the
sary to the railroad that would es John B. Senecal and Assistant Forest sworn as the twelfth juror in the
Work on the North 8tar will bo
Grand Jury. It Is not as much of cape rate regulation.
Recently Ranger Roy E. Thomas, who have case of Patrick Calhoun today, and
resumed Monday. The boat Is In
a Joko to “Slats" now, as he hns Juggling has been done to show the been restored to duty on the Oregon I the jury, after proceedings extend-
bo completed nt once.
PURPORK OF TAX MONEY.
boon placed In tho county jail and people that all of tho railroads have National Forest; James Allen, Assis ■ Ing over ninety-one days, was de
Tho total amount of taxos collected will bo hnndlod by tho stnto officers. operated at a loss In all of the west tant Forest Ranger, who has been clared completed. Assistant District
ANOI I Illi NEW STORE.
to ditto in Klamath county Is >108,- Brlckell was elected constable In orn states, whore 2-ccnt rates are attending the rangers’ course at the Attorney Francis J. Heney imme
851.24, and will bo used for tho fol this precinct nt the last election, but In effect, At the same time It Is Vnlversity of Washington, has been diately made application to the Court
failed to quunllfy, ns he wns unable confessed that these roads have all restored to duty on the Washington for tbe selection of a thirteenth
F. R. Olds has located n wall papor lowing purposes:
earned dividends. The skillful mani N'ntfnnnl Forest.
and paint store, temporarily, In n
County schools, 118,4M.58; High to furnish bonds.
Juror, who shall bo In readiness to
pulator, however, will credit all of
portion of tho building occupied by school, >5,809.73; Road. >1 6.279.38;
The resignation of Maurice Ham take the place of any of the twelve
tho Calkins grocery in tho east end Library, >264.06; City of Klamath
A Chicago girl's trick dog had its the earnings to 3-cent Inter-state ilton, Assistant Forest Ranger on the who may bo disqualified by illness or
of town. Mr. Olds Is an experienced Falls, >6,990.06; Bonanza, >427.28; car bitten by a bulldog nnd now she business nnd nil of the losses to 2- Washington Forest, has been ac some other reason. The request was
workman nnd will contrnct all kinds New Court House, >10,563.20. The Is suing the owner of tho latter for cent state business.
earnestly opposed by council for the
of painting, paper hanging, calclmln- balnnco of tho tax Is a special tax |2000. She must have heard of the
defendant, who declared it might
ing and tinting. He has a nice fresh and bonds for tho school districts value placed on his hands by Pader
Jas. H. Driscoll and H. L. Holgate
The Boston Store Is the place to consume another week to secure
stock of wall pnpor and paints
throughout tho county.
uro in the city from Bonanza.
the additional juror.