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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 22, .
H. I*. VX ILL CO-OPERATE.
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MM I IIERN OIUGUUX.
ILI 4E.MEIEHY EEN. E.
Thu famous calf case or the state
T. A. K. FuH«ctt, Koull.ui ii Put Ific
Tie following letter WtM received
¡1 - l.aa .lew Examiner 1s strong-
Parties have b< n cutting the
A. P. Cross of the Western Stage
vs. J. J. Aiuni miiiii up tt>f ru- ugettl, returned luit Bunday from from the Aah land Fruit and Produce 1 udvUlug the building of an elec Company b-ft Sunday morning for .once around the Klamath c -meUr/
trial on Wednesday before Judge Hun Francisco. While In Iho city. Associa.loti, und from tl.u tout, of tric line b< twe n l.um vi«iw uud Kla- San Francisco. Mr. Cross came in .«nd the grounds are being run over
Noland. This case was tried last Mr. Fussell took up the mutter with 11.« loiter, this company muet lavo i ath Falls, in Its last Issue it Las from I akeview and on to Klarnatl with loose stock. Many of the monu-
your before Judge Benson und result the puxsenger dcpurtmeiit of an ex tic liiipri .lAioii ti nt our City Council ti o fulii,'.ing to say on the subject. Falls to inspect the condition of the neats end graves arc being ilam-
•«I In u hung Jury.
Judge .‘(««land cursion tu Kliimutb Fulls during Is easy, a.« Ilio request Is made tor
At Klamath Fulls tbere is suld rt.ad • Mr. Cross Inform'd a repres iged by tho stock, aud owners of
was one of the attorneys for lit« tlm rullruud celebration. The officers wi.ul would be a franchise which to bo u waler power Huiiiclent for all entative of the Herald that he had lots arc beginning to cotnplaia
prosecution ut the time. The case wuru very much intereated In the would give them a monoply on tho demands tl at «-ver «an be made upon already ordered four large pas «eager rather strongly.
las boon poxtpuin d during the mutter uud uffured to do everything trull buaiuess In the city, uud all tor ««. 11.< u, li.ere is ILc Sprague river, automobiles for service between
Geo. T. Baldwin, one of the officers
present term with tho expectation | III their power to cu-uperatu with tlie >!>0. 'Hie letter Is nddrcMSe«! to the il'- Ci.e»aucan, and the big plant Klamath Falls and Iuxkevlew. The if ti e cemetery company, wus seea
of securing another Judge, but this people hero to make their celobratlon Recorder und Is ns follows:
now b Ing
_ _ put
_ Into Drew and Cot cars will be put on just as loon a:« <x!ay and stat«'! thr.t he hart talked
I as been found Imponslble, und as u success.
"Ashland, Or., March 30, 1909. | tonwood creeks by the O. V. L. Co., tie roads improve enough to make with other original stockholders and
tho parties uro anxious to havu the
Tiiay rqcummend thut It would be
"Dear Sir: We und' riitand . your il at only . need a barueus to ____
which ho that they expected to have a meeting
I It safe to run the machines, * _____
case tllspos'd of this term, the at bust to run two spacial excursion city will charge a license l<>: of >50 them capable of providing a string expects will be within a month,
In a few days and take the matter
torneys for tho defanso have ugroed trains, one from Hun Francisco und per season for the privilege to sell of electric roadH ail over this sec
Mr Cros3 state* that the road« be up. The cemetery grounds were pur
to try tho case before Judge Nuland. ono from Portland. These could berries, fruits uud vegetables from tion flat could be constructed and tween Lakc-vic-w and here are already chased and platted by a number
Tiier«« have been already 4« w li covur all tho Intermediate points wagons.
op rated forever in a most < eonoml- in very good shape with the excep- of tho citizens many years ago, and
aesses summoned to testify In the ulutig the line. They could both be
,'AVe expect to load a number of cal way. aud which no competing tlon of one place near Bly. He came there are only fivo of the original
case. Th«« defense will have 31 and arruug"d so uu tu arrive here the wagons from our house for Klamath .In«- of st« um roads, whether owned over the regular traveled road over stockholders living, four of whom
tho proBociitlnn 15. und many will tauio day, und they believe«! that It Falls ull through tho sexson, and do by Harriman or Hill, could ever which the stages are now running, still reside* in the city. They are
have to come from nt hers parts of could be ai ranged to bold the Pull- not objoct to paying you this license 'displace. Thera Is a fortune right It Is probable tl at as noon as the Chas. 8. Moore, E. R. Reames, Paul
tho stalo und from California. At iiiuus I.etc so tl ut ,ho visitors would I of >’.0 for the sal'i of our fruits and I.ere for men of purpo.«cful and ««rs are put in service they will fol Breitenstein and Geo. T. Baldwin.
torneys Irwin and Smith will prose bu given the grent« r purl of two days vegetables in your city, providing jforceful nature.
low the Reservation road if that is W. C. Hall of Grants Pass is the
cute Hi«- case, while C. <’ Brower and to «me the country.
>du will protacl us uguiasl utLcrs I "The field fur such roads is here, found tu be In better shape for the! .other stock!.older.
Judge Drake will appear for the de
In regard to ratus, Mr. Fussett who do not Fundic our goods.
They can be built cheaply, and travel.
Mr. Baldwin .staled that they
There In ho much delay and dis-1 would gel together in a fewdays and
stutis that lu wus Informed thut It
"IVe would have our packages so cheaply operated, end they would
probably would be made |15 for marked with a rubber stamp (send forevc-r lid us of further begging satisfaction with the narrow gang* ltat possibly a meeting of the lot
round trip from Han Fruuclsco und Ing you tin Imp salon of the same) for railroad facilities from such road to Alturas that an effort will owners may be called to help decide
*17.50 from Portland.
This was which would show you who were money-grabbers aa row control the be made to have all of the passenger what Is best to do. As soon as the
On account of tho fallur« of John figuured on un «stmated mileage, as our haulers.
railroad situation here.
travel come by way of Klamath plat book is straightened out, the
ft. Htlltw to return within the speci tlie office will not be supplied with
"We do not mean to say we would
"Don’t say it cannot be done, for Fall. It Is the Intention to make property may be turned over to
fied time, the office of Mayor of Kla the definite distune« until the service pay >50 for each man who loads at it <an be done, and that Boon, if the the trip between here and Lakeview tome one to look after it, or else
math Falls wm declared vacant, and Las been inaugurated.
No one our house, bul a gross amount of people of this county go at ft with |n one day with the automobile. This to the city, so that Ire the future a
tho Council at the regular meeting known offlcfally yet just when the >50 for the privilege of having our a detcrinlantion to succeed.
will be a great coonvenlence to the record can be kept of all burials. It
Monday cv« nlng unanimously elected road will bu completed and when the fruits sold in your city.
“Don't say the cost Is prohibitive, Lakeview people, as they can then is possible now to have water pipes
Councilman F. T. Sanderson to suc trulua will bo ruuunlng.
"We would be pleased to hear tor it is not. We have the men and reach Portland or San Francisco at put in and it will also be necessary
ceed Mr Htllts ns Mayor. Mr San
from you In regard to this matter, the money to do this thing and to least a day sooner than by going to to improve the streets. The people
derson thereupon tendered his reels IIOKHEH HIIII’I’ED TO PORTI. AND. and If satisfactory, we will arrange do It qulckkly . Begin at once! Throw Reno
owning lots are anxious to have
nation an Councilman, which was
petty jealousies and spite to the
this done, ho that flowers and grass
John Oliver left Saturday morn-
winds. Unite for this common pur
can be planted on the graves, and
A COSTLY CAKE.
Mr. Sanderson wan a hold-over ling fur Ashland with a band of RAILROAD DAY COMMITTEES. pose, and the thing is done!
the lots improved.
member, and would have had one twenty horses belonging to C. T.
man is so poor that he cannot help.
year moro to servo as Councilman Oliver. These horses will be shipped
The Chamber of Commerce has The reduced cost of living, brought
sive cases to be tried this term of
MAIL CLERK ON TRAIN.
after tho coming election
Ills from Ashland to Portland, where appointed tho following men as about by an electric line from this
resignation. however, leave« (he they wll) be placed In the annual heads of the several committees city to Klamath Falls, would soon
the Arant case will be heard, There
W. A. Robinson, postoffice inspect
Third ward with only ono represen- cutnblnatlon auction sale, which be whlclrwlll assist In carrying out the pay for the road.
arc 46 witnesses summoned.
tat Ivo, and the Council will probably gins on tho 2Gth ut thin month. Mr. lailroad celebration Each man will
"Another thing: Electric roads are iZ a day this will cost the county or of Sail Francisco, who arrived in
in the city last Friday, has notified
elect n successor nt tho next mooting, Oily r left last Monday to reach be allowed to s«Irct 1 Is own RKsfst- tha comlnfc means of transportation.
$92 a day. $3 a day for twelve Postmakter Emmltl that on Monday
who will hold ofllco until a Council .Xsi iuuJ la time to attend tu the ants: D. IL Campbell wlll Lave Already even Harriman is planning
jurors will be >36. With <10 a a mail clerk would be put on the
man Is elected it In generally un loading of tho hors-s on th«- car and chnrgo of tho grounds; ' W. H. Dot- '<> t ovc his imssengcni r.nd freight:
for the Court reporter, it will
derstood tint Mr. Samler-.on will bo iLuu cotillnue tu Porttand.
beer of tho commissa trj; Harry by m-ani; of electric power. In the1 make a total expense of >143 a day. train running between Weed and
Ady. Thls wiil be a great convcf-
n candidate for Mayor at th«« coming
All of those horses were bred from Stilt» of the barbecue; (Mr. Stilts Eant men/ of the st«um roads have
This is without including the co3t ience for tho intermediato statlops
Xfontrose, Jr., the famous Ktmtucky will bo av listed ou this i committee bad tl efr profits so cut by electric
uf extra baliffs; the jurors sum along thè line, as their mali wiil be
enlt'd rtnlllon, wl Ich 1« nlso owned by the butchers of the city); Judge 'lines tint they Lave found It nee-
moned aud rejected; miU-age tor sorted on the train and is ready
by Mr. Oliver. Montrose, Jr. las .Noland will be th«! I rad of the law «■c .nry to put on electric trains, or
a..d Jurors, or tl.e cost of fur delivery al -.veiy stop. Her tp-
i c; H. C. Telford *Luy o't their rivals.
bo n In Los Angel' j ti e past year, Siu! or«! 1 r M
It will be the
boarding ll.e jury and other ex foro the mail for Dorris and other
Parties coming 1 . from Pokrgama bul L as been shipped by st naw r and will dlr reet th® wat r carnival, while m’.no thing here.
points has very often been carried to
’’Then, again, electric lines can
stalo 11 nt »I •• minor Is rum nt liiere li now In Portland, where he will be Alex. 1 Martin, Jr. and Frank Iia
Allowing each witness au average Weed, and that coming in beqn
that th« Klamnth l.nkc Railroad Co.
of au Lour on the stand, and a day
Is planning to « x end Its road to their large band of horse« to Portland will I Frank Adams has been ask« d to Impolitic to steam lines, thereby for securing the jury and a day fur brought to Klaiuatu Falls thus caus
ing a day'8 delay.
making shorter cuts aud cheaper
timber In the A pen Lak« country lie ti good sdvcrtlscmcnt to Klamath act a« au nil al of the djiy.
arguments, the trial will consume
By putting a mail clerk on the
All the work done by these com- construction.
near tho upper lake.
It Is stated county, as there Is said to bo u
at least seven days. This would cost train at this time the department
•’Here is a chance for our Board
that u crow haa been working number of good lookers In tho bunch, inlttci'B will bo under the supervision
>366 for jury und witnesses, without:
tl rotighout the wlnler und that the and every horse Is well bred and will of the Board of Directors of the of Trade' to get busy. And, if our figuring th«- other nec€sary expense will be able to handle the mail as
Chamber of Commerce, who will be county authorities have the right, enumerated above, which will prob soon as tt-rouugh service is inaugur
engliHx rs I av" been making n sur mako a fine showing
ated to this city. The mail can then
for the general arrange ■>nd tbev have, to construct and
voy for tho roast it 1« nivo reported
ably bring the cost of the trial up come in here assorted In separate
ment uf the celebration and the maintain a public highway from here
that the company hns boon securing
sacks for all interior points.
proper entertainment of the visitors. to Klamath Falls, the same author
n right of wav.
J. F. Kimble. l«»cnl representative
ELEVEN INI 11 ATEI! IN
< II 18TAIN-I1 XSI N.
iate r.n electric or motor Uno.
of tho Woyohauwr Timber Co., own a short vl-lt by J IL Young of San
W. T. Shi ve, who returned last
MYSI FRIES OF WOODCRAFT
"If then* is any question as to
ers of It’«- road, when n m today,
evening from Fort Klamath, states
11.at, the initiative uud referendum
stated th nt b« did not believe that of the Southern Pacific system. Mr.
The Women of Woodcraft met that the appearance of the XX ood
Chastain worn married today at the is the remedy.
thcr«’ wns northing to It, nnd that Young wns accompanied by his
night in Sanderson hall with River Valley is beautiful at this sea
"Let us build the electric road to
t o felt quit" auro that the company father and n party of frlcndB, and
After initiating son of the year. The Wood River
Klutna'h Falls first end then we can
wav not planning an extension at also by Chief Engineer Drake, ■«
eleven new members into the depths country is known as the beauty spot
go ahead and extend the lines to
this time. Mr. Klmblo recently re ••rlntendcnt Dynr of the
tliin city about the first of thv Silver Lake, New Pine Creek, Warn of the forest, and after the hard of Klamath County. It presents a
turn«"! from tie eomptnv'a ofllcea In livlslon, Mr Morrison and a number
journey was over, all repaired to picture worth seeing, with its stretch
The party came iiontb, where they will be al home er Valley and many other points in
Portland, nn<l If anything of thia of other officials
partake of refreshments. Ice cream, of green and streams of water clear
this county later. This county is-big
nature wax cnntornpliited. bo would to Ady on a special car nnd wore
and coffee were served and a I as crystal. There are now a large
enough nnd rich enough in all latent
probably have some knowledge of It. brought to this city in Engineer
merry time was passed until one I number of artesian wells distributed
resources to warraut such enterprise,
o'clock, when all departed much through the valley spouting their
Mr. Church and Mr. Fassett they time ono of the efficient teachers in i Where there is a will there is a way,
The con streams of ice-cold water into the
¡aud this is the way to make this pleased with the order.
made a brief inspection of the pro
air. One seems to breathe health in
was very popular with the younger ¡county a living force, and to open test will be decided next meeting.
Will AV. llnldwln has been svlcct-
the air, and this valley is destined
They stated that they
, its vast resources to the use of our-
cd by the Clamber of Commerce as grounds.
BUILDING ON KLAMATH AVE. to become the location of many fine
simply ran up to sco tho city nnd
Iselves and the world.’’
chairman of tho committee on
summer homes in the near future.
get acquainted while on their tour of welcotno on her return.
■ports for tho railroad
Already many desirable spots
Inspection of the lines in this sec
Jas. H. Wheeler, who is down
The plans lavo
I avo not been
contract for the excavation for a along Wood River have been pur
ty boy through and through,
, from Fort Klamath, states that he
Completed for thlu attraction of ’ the tion
nearly two years he was assistant i lias Just returned from the moun brick block on the corner of Fourth chased by California people with the
celebration, us Mr. Baldwin lias
cashier of tho Klamath County tains at tl.o head of the North and Klamath streets. Mr. Worden intention of building bungalows and
AMlN’G TIIE WATER FRONT.
not selected Ills as datants yet, blit
Hank,following which ho was elected i Umpqua, where he has been trapping | states that ho las to keep even with summer homes .and the prospects
tho committee will bo formed very
‘ . As they are going to are that there will be a large amount
Tho upper lake has been excood- secretary of the Klamath Water
. hns I the county.
’. Mr. * heeler
soon. An effort will be made to Ingly rough for tho imst few days, UscrK Association, which position he I during the winter....................... ......... hnvo all tho old buildings removed of this class of property* change
got tho tennis club to bold their an funned into foam and white caps by Is filling with unusual satisfaction to | been camped In the mountains since and erect a fine new court house hands
[October, and he stales that in Jan
nual tournament ut this time This tho high wind.
the members. He has held tho posi uary there was 17 feet of snow in the center of the square, he feels
will bo possible If tho celebration
that he will have to build also
The steamer Hornet has changed tion qf president and secretary of the
VAILLE PROMO I Ell.
Is not held until Juno, A bnso ball hands and will b<> employed exclu Twonly-Ono Chib, being the ninth ¡around his cabin. He brought in
tournnment will probably be one of sively in the sand trade this summer. member of this club to become a
Chldcrs Bros started a kiln of
F. W. Vallie of Portland, who is
I dozen fox and a number of coyote
tho attractions al-o, with games be
brick at their yard near the upper
Tho steamer Mazarna is receiving benpdict within the past year, Their
well knowu In this section through
tween tho whltos nnd Indians. An extensive repairs. When complet many friends extend their best | and other skins. He spent the winter lake on Monday. A3 soon as this is
1 is many visits, has been appointed
effort wll bo mndo to get teams ed she will run on regular trips to wishes and congratulations.
burned they will statrt another yard,
as superintendent of the new thir
cabin, taking his supplies from Fort
hero from Lakeview, Weed, Yreka, Wood River.
the location of which has not yet teenth division of the railway mail
r . 4
and other points, besides from tho
been decided upon.
Mr. Childers service.
Tho new tow boat of Capt. Hans-
Ou Saturday night the Odd Fel-
towns In tho county.
states thRt on account of the expect
borry wns launched tn Saturday nnd lows and the Ilcbcknhs will celebrate
Mr. Vallie has been occupying the
There will be a base ball game
H. C. Telford will have chargo of will have her engines installed next jointly tho 90th anniversary of the
ed demand it was decided to start
position of assistant superintendent
next Saturday at the new ball
th«, water sports; and besides the wook.
order nt the A. O. U. XV. Hall. The grounds between the Indian team of their first kiln much earlier than of the eighth railway service district.
water carnival In the evening, thcro
Tho bulwarks and deck rail of tho Joint meeting is called for 8:30, and
High usual this year. They have never be His promotion gives him charge of
wll probnhly bo boat races, log rol new steamer North Star were com all tho Odd Fellows and their wives Klamath Agency and the
gan making brick before July in the
the railway mail service in Alaska,
School team, Tho game will be call-
ling matches, etc.
past, but as the orders arc coming
pleted last wook and all her plapk- nnd tho Rebekahs and their hus
and in the states of Oregon, Wash
It is stated that the
cd at 2:30.
in, they will take advantage of the ington, Idaho and Montana.
Ing will bo on hy the last of tho bands are Invited. A very fine pro
Indian boys are in good trim and
wook If tho weather permits.
gram has been arranged, which will I will put up I a fast game. The High favorable weather and get ready to
ONE JUROR HE(T REI).
supply the demand.
Tom Staton hns Installed a gnso- consist of Instrumental and vocal
I School boys have also been doing
Major Worden has recently bees
Ono juror was obtained Wednes lino engino in his schoonor Tnrtar. music, recitations and an address. I some practice, and tho game pro-
Burrel Short ha3 been placed adding to his property Interests on
day in tho case of tho Hiato vs. J. .1. Tho boat will carry sand from Wood After tho program a banquet will be mlaea to be interesting.
under quarantine at bls ranch south Klamath street and he feds very
It is expected that moro
Arant, II. E. Pointer, ono of tho River this summer.
Tho Curlew will bo put on tho reg than a hundred guests will be pres-
Nlnety-ono hunters’ licenses have of the city. It is feared that ho has confident that this Is to become one
regular panel, was accepted.
boon issue 1 hy tho county clerk to the small pox. Ho was exposed at of tho principal business streets of
sheriff was ordered to summon n ular passenger routes this season ent.
date this year.' This is considered the timo Claude Clopton was taken tho city, inasmuch as the street is
■pedal venire ,nnd Court adjourned and will moor at tho Buena Vista
wider than Main and Is not encum-
landing. Capt. Clark will carry ex
nnd Exchange a large number, inasmuch as there sick.
bered with street car rails.
cursionists overy Sunday.
Stuhles can furnish you with fine Is usually very little hunting at this
Miss Gall Welch haa closed a suc- street also runs In n direct line from
driving teams nnd saddle horses, time of tho year. It is only an in
Jas. IL Wheeler and C. E. Hoyt
Mlss Olivo Faught is teaching at Nico assortment of buggies und dication, however, of what the hunt cessful school at Ixirella and is now tho depot site to tho wharf on the
are down from Fort Klamath as
river and is an easy street to travel.
wllucsuos In tho Arant case.
hacks. Thompson & Weedon, Props. ing license business will be this fall. teaching at Spring Lake.