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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JLNE 3, 19G9
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matters in detail nor to subra it drafts
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carry these proposal « Into effect, A R. iuiti.l. i of Hi.* Ihty* Wlx-ii the
Seal c«dy moie than a few months I'lazia Ar. Alr«ndy I nil« i Wn| to
th«««* being matters of detail not yet
bave « lui-» «d since the Kluinath Falls
l*k« lor Assistance of Al aU-r t mt *
Ho*, r» li.-l.l Nnay in I Iona.
full/ tbianl.sd out, but «hieb will be
wub esiunlisn v«l «/luuuui-
< '« lebent«-.
OI straightening Out Tanfi«-.
present«*d in due time
'A hat 1« d«—
ly tbe Ind iistry )>us grown until Hie
T I. tliay, representing th«- A
Court II* portei K. s. Richardson
sired at the prcs**nt
tin, i- a foil ex-
muiiugciH of the coec.-rn have found Y«>ung Company of Hau Francisco,
the proud po- ---sor of a Chinese
|Kp.«iul t ori «■spend« n« < )
pression of oplnton by the board of i
It ue«-«*HHury to <>rd< r u churn with u
DAIRY, Jun«' I. The recent com «apmlty three tlim-H u» laig«- us tbe tioni whom th«- county purchased the gill« el of tbe U. S. it. S. for the Pa directors as to Its dt-Hir«. to co-operate ! \ gem that b* priz« .- far beyond its In
road building niarbinarry, arrived In
trinsic value. It Is one of the Jewels
pletion of th«- first rullroud Into the on«* now in use
i'b«< im - w churn will th«- city Monday night He is iier>- fur Ci fit district, which Includes th«- in bringing these matters to a suc- worn by the late Empress of China,
chief town of Klamath county
cessful 1» -sue. and iu tbe event of the
¡arrive within a few day», and will nt th« purpose of UHH«-mbllDg the ma-
Klamath Fulls la an event of great 1 ouce be Installed
ath Falls for the past few days con- board so d*-**iring, tbe appointment and was brought to this country by
«hluery and placing It in operation
it will affect tbe well-
W. W Fateh. of a him ciaf oiinmlttee fully author C. N Meyer, who was a packer with
Farmers from all »«-«tionH of the beforc.lt is turn«*«! over to the county. ferriag #ith
I m -I uk of every citizen, and one and county are awakening to tbe fuel that
Project Engineer, <»n matters relat ized by tb«- asso« latton, or other the American army at the time it
It Is Mr Gray's int«-ntlon to ¡doer ing t«> general policy and future ex
was led by General Chaffee Into the
all have reason to r«« jo Ice and I m - th«
available means to accomplish these sacred precincts of the
Is more money lu dairying Hinn
glad over Its incoming
It counw Is in raising bay ut |I> or Iti a ton. Tbe th« roller In s«-rvl<-<- Thursday morn tensions of th« reclamation project. * ends
Th«- result of the conference has1
the ¡M-oph- by th«- bunds of vt.t-i di- result lu that tbe local creamery Is
"E G. HOPSON,
redly und for nil time to <<-iu« with receiving more butter fat than II can
1 I m «-u that au lm|>ortant proposal has
Tbe stone Is about the size and
demonstration b> for«- th«- machine is
the commerce und clvlllzutlon of th«- handle with Itn present
pr«*aent capacity. sent out Into th«- country Tb«- pla«*e b« « n made to the Klamath Water
shape* of a -chestnut, a rich pink In
outside world, and wo can ull well AVIit-n th«- large churn Is Installed
I' « r»' Association by the Reclama-
color, and almost transparent. It la
u«’|«-cted for th«- te*.« 1» th«- |«f«-c«* of
OIOSS \ Ttl ¡.IMAIS OPEN.
afford to visibly give txprvwduu lu tbe Klamath Falls craemery wm lx
«io-« K-tvi« «
Tl«« R« m lamativD S« i v-
almost as bar«! as a diamond and Is
our fe*.||ug of apple« lutIon of the sig I In n p< .sit Ion to handle all of tbe but-1
; lc<- d«-«lr<-H to at once clear up and
possessed of a peculiar luster
ulfiiuiu«- of th«- «»«uslou by u ««-li-bra- ter fat tbe farmers will have for
remov< certain ambiguities and com
Main Mreet to th«- depot. This com pilation« of a legal and business ¡closed ' It was in this concise tnan- the back is drilled a semi-circular
lion which will b«- <-«>uim< usurutc Hale
pany has don«- a splendid piece of
nei that Mrc Griffith Informed tbe hole, from which was hung a string
with Its Importance In th«
Upon tbe succ««« of tbe loculi grading an«! maradanilzlug. and the character that have been delaying
of pearls, the latter having been
progress and development of the cr«*am«*ry and other similar Indus-
the prosecution of tbe government Herald that tbe statement that
stolen by those who stripped the tem
county, To make* It promotlve of tbe tri«*« In various parts of the county
project, and invite« tbe active co-op Odessa, as a summer resort, was a
ples and other buildings during tbe
eration of th«- association toward this
grualeut poseí hie g.Hxl the jH-ople dep«-nd», IB a measure, tbe early de-
raid. This stone and a piece of Jade
ought to b«* unllt-d and barmunlous, vekipmeut of tbe dairying buslnesm. practical d«-rtion*-tration of the roller. end
T1 m - »ervice officials state that meaning of tbe statement brought
As soon aa tbe tevt Is mad«- it la In tbe event of an early and success ' forth the information that while tbe were found by Mr. Meyer Just inside
und not be cut up Into jealous aud Th«- managers of tbe local eutabllsb-
the wall, where they were evidently
revengeful factions, quarrelling and ment are more than pleased with the the Intention Of the Commiarkrncrs ful issue to this necessary prelimin I resort bad been sold to Mr Holabird,
to have the entire ontfit taken out on ary cleaning up process they will rec- ! poss«-s»ion «as uot to be given until dropped by some over-burdned Indl-
fighting like a pack of dog« ov«-r u results up to tbta time
Tbe pros th«- main road to Merrill and Bonan
Until tbe property vidual. I-ater Mr. Meyer saw many
ommend the immediate resumption about July 25tb
There Is too much at pects are promising, and it is not Im
za. about four mil«« from town, of operations on a large scale.
tbe possession of these stone« attached to the royal
stake tor the community a* a whole probable that within a few months
where tbe rock crusher will be put in
Griffith will .-obee of the Empress Dowager, each
Tbe Secretary of tbe Interior bas
to permit narrow and uiuaa bicker the capacity of the plant will again
having for a pendant half a dotea
place and the first real, economical, allotted a heavy appropriation for ’ keep open bouse.
logs and rivalries to compel us to hav«- to be lner«a*«Ml
up-to-date «-Oort to improve the tbe extension of tb<- Klamath project,
loee sight of the public K'M/d
Fverv and these funds now available bave !of much regret, as was tbe sale of
roads of this county made,
I «th ought, therefore, to be a day
Ho. O Short '» auction ad on page 6. advocate of good roads and every
See O. 8hort's auction ad on page C.
hitherto not been utilized except by . Pelican Bay, for it is ftsared that it
tax-pay er of th« county is going to comparatively small and unimportant moans the permanent closing of this
should bring the people togetb« r In
wat«h closely tb«- result of this mote, operations. It is to be hoped that a ' fomous rteort to tbe public. When
< LOKKD HF.AMI.5 LINK KI VER.
mind as well as body, to the end that
THE NEW FISH LAW.
and If it tomex up to expectations means may be found to fully satisfy Mr. Holabird wm questioned on the
plans may b«- made «(Dative which
It is not unlikely that the d«puty
tbe government and enable it to pro- matter be absolutely refused to make
will promote dev«.*iopm«-ot and prog
Klamath county will lose heavily
one plant Installed in the county. Ceed with the«M- developments at an any statement as to wbat tbe pub
ress not only of one or two locali flab warden will And it n«*c«Muiary to
during the next few years on account
lic might expect.
Tbe one excep
ties alooe, but for th«* county in gen Inform sorar of our local Waltonians
of the fishing license. The sum to bo
that good roads arc as ezsc-ntlal to
Tbe proposal is briefly outlined in tion was when be stated that Od- charged for tbe privilege of angling
eral. 1 hop«- that tho whole county that angling for trout is prohibited
their welfare as good land and an the following letter, which was sub- «utsa ought to have a 150,000 tourist
may turn out
Tbe men and women In Link river during tbe months of
for Klamath's trout is not as heavy
Tuesday adequate supply of water, and if the rnltt« d to Mr. Alex Martin, Jr., presi hotel, but be would not admit that
ought to do so to show that they ap Jun«.*, July and August
waa at first reported, still the last
County Court demonstratis that it is dent of tbe Water Users' Association, he or his associates intended erect-
preciate Its Importanc«* as the open was tbe first day of tbe closed sea
wrought a decided Injury
able to get full value for tb«- money- thi«> morning:
ing such a hostelry.
ing of the gateway to tb«- world aa son. but throughout tbe entire day
to the tourist business of Southern
Dear Sir. I desire to bring before
the ending of the pioneer lit«- of tbe . iix-u aud boys could be soon fishing
support of tbe fa-ople of the county the attention of yourself and tbe di ■ is at band—only about two months Oregon. Thousands of dollars have
wlldnrneaa and u* the birth of a new i «»IT lb«- »barf Of course, tber«- Is a
who hav«- to foot tb«- bill of expense. rectors of the Klamath Waler Users' ' remaining for its operation—the been spent in the establishment of
era in their existence In th«- county. question Just where 1,1 uk river ends
resorts where the chief amusement
AsiMiclaUou tbe following matters question naturally arises, what are and recreation is fishing. The law
Tbe youth an<! cblldr« u ought to I m * and where iAke Ewauna begins,
Se« O Short a auction ad on page G., dealing with future extensions of the the people of this city going to do
tber«-, fur v« ry many of them will I llowi-ver, to be uu tbe safe aid«-, It
provide« that every male resident
for a resort?
In discussing this
over the age of fifteen years must
"I woutd like at an early date to question today with a gentleman have a license to be a disciple of
ANOTHER RESORT SOLI».
railroad, engi n« and train, with its 1 froiu «etching trout during the closed
for Immediate construc- who is thoroughly familiar with Isaac Walton, if he resides within
wonderful p« <r of transformation
Tb«» a«-«x>nd lsrg< sal«- Of Upper ti«.n works incidental to a more com- conditions on Upper Lake, an inti-* the great St. ’c of Oregon he can go
In th«« eondl' -ns of a community, luallty at this season of tbe year
Reports from the north end of the luik* re«M»rt plac«» In two weeks -iircheasive ext« nslon of the project rnation was given that "there are to the County Clerk and mako affi
The men <>t affairs and bi.slncss
are that fishing is exception was ccnsumatcd on I ■ lay
This than has hfth.-rto been accomplished. other places ” He said-
ought to l><- p
«•nt to glv«* rharnct«*r
davit to thU egert
This done, he
"Everyor«-, of course, regrets to
There ar<- certain matters, how-
and «»lldlty t ■ the celebration. The ally good In ull of the streams, and was tb«* purcha.-u of wbat Is known
pays tbe sum of one dollar for a doc
young m«-ti a: • I maidens ought to he that already several parlies are en- as the Chas Silvera place on Crystal « x-r. of a legal and business cha.ac- ! see Pelican Bay and Odessa c!os«*d. ument permitting him to try his luck
prop -riy was bought ter which have an important bearing and always will, nolens the new in any of the trout streams of the
fully r«-pi • •« ■ t<**J to give expression ‘ Joying outing" at some of tbe IllOit Crock Tho
fr«un Ole Nelson of San Jose. C»’|- on this question and which, in my [owners will later open them on a count;.. If, unfortunately, the male
to their Joy *llh the buoyancy and pleasant locations.
I scale similar to resorts in the east
fornla. by J
G. Pierc«-. E
It opinion, should be satisfactorily
llghtn<*ns of ' «’art which pri’dojn-
desiring to fish is not a resident of
But the fac’ that they
S< < O Short's auction ad on pag<
lealt with prior to the governm-*nt’3 -and south.
Reamex, D. Il I
InatcH in you h
In fact, every body-
Oregon L* will be called upon to pay
beginning the work of actual rçc- [ have passed into the posresslon of the sum of five dollars. It is argued
T Shiv* of thU
might to g<>
I think I shall go my-
can afford to maintain
I tarnation As these matters are cither
probably was in
I I l.l.t.llAPII MM. FINISHED.
self to show that ag«*. with its In-
by some that the new law will have
wholly or partially within the sc«jpe them as private preserves will not a tendency to increase the population
firmitl«-*-, Is n .1 barred.
Tbe property consists of 340 iof legitimate action by your associa- n*-c< ssarily shut out the p.K>ple of of Oregon, but it is hardly fair to
Th«- Western Union telegraph line
Ser- O Short .inction ad on pag« « wa.i completed to the depot grounds acres, 160 of which is rich loam jtion, 1 would like you to give them this county from the Upper Lake. suppose that any man will perjure
on Wednesday anil connection 1» be ■oil
Th«- balance Is beavily- tlm- your very serious consideration ana There still remains Spink's resort himself for four dollars.
ing imide with the ollie«- cars to day. b«*r <»d nnd contains two million f«a*t I to advise me at your earliest con- I on Spring Creek, Silva's place and
Southern Oregon, with Its many
lilt.IIU Ah t U.MMIHMON «OM15G.
The iln> will In- ready fur operation ¡of pine, The buyers have not inni- - venience as to whether tbe proposals Wampler's. Nor are th«36c all. One fine trout streams, has been making
Th« Hue will be pleted their plans for th«* use to I herein referred to are acceptable to of these days the people will wake a bid for the tourist travel of the Pa
in tho morning
Geo T. Baldwin r>.turped Thura-
Faclfic .which the property will be pur, but ¡the association and whether the as up to find that there is another cific Coayt. There can be no qu«?stion
day from Po’Uund, where he went
rom puny for the prenant and only undoubt«-dly it will be good news to sociation will be prepared to take ac place that will rival any of the but what the license fee will have a
after the meeting of the Crater I Ake
I am not at liberty
it is tho residents of this city, who were tive steps duriug the next few weeks places named
used for railroad business
tendency to keep people out of the
CotumlHslon u. Medford
to give the facts, but it is sufficient
probable that th. Western Union will I In despair when both the lxalgy on I*» carrv them Into effect.
So faf as Klamath is con-
win «lai«« that another meeting of
put in an uptown office som« tini. Pelican Bay and Odessa were closed I
"I desire very sincerely to enlist to state that when the proper time cerned, the law- should never have
the cointnlsslon has been calh-d for
¡th« active support of your asso<-‘rtlon comes there will be a resort on the been passed.
this summer und handle public bual jto tbe public,
Tbe meeting thin time
aees, but for the present the lint* i
Th«- property is said to be su- |iu eliminating any complications Upper Lake that will equal any of
Copies of the 1909 session laws
will I m * held ut Klnmutti Falls. Presi
will be for th«- exclusive u»<- of th« perior to Od«*ssa or Pelican Bay as I which may Impede the speedy proae- the others. How long It will remain have just beep received in this city.
dent C. S. Jackson and all the other
will depend, of course, on whether
a resort, aa it Is located on oi«< o* i «-ution of the work
Th« new fish and game law provides
membern, except E V. Cartel of
"In th«* event that the assu.-iation Colonel Holabird again enters the that licenses must be Issued by the
I the prettiest streams flowing into
Ashland expect to b«- present
t he big lake. Rock Creek, another 1« prepared to cooperate on th-» lines field.” -
KI \M ATI! liOVN WIS.
County Clerk, and that the applicant
Mr. Baldwin vintled th«* patmeng-
Whether this gentleman is correct
fine stream, runs through tho pla« < herein set forth, th«- Reclamation
must make affidavit to his age, resi-
er department of th«* B«»iith<*rn
in his prediction or not. -«ome steps
Th«* Klumath Falla loam went to ’ll e vcntually will become th«’ gate Service will endeavor to aid your as-
dence and occupation. The fee for
Pacific, and says that arrmigcmentH
should be taken toward th« opening
tlx Dorris nine in good shape Sun way for the Crater I-ake antomo- sot iation in every possible way.
¡hunting is the saint* as heretofore—
have been made for puttlug on an-
of a plac«> in tbe Government re
day, and cleaned them up to the tune
$10 for non-residents and $1 for lo
extra limit«'«! train b<-tw«*on Portland
of 15 to 3
Th«« liorrh« boys inude u [of navigation connecting witn ti e early action to be essential, prur.* to serve. This is a work that might cal people.
and San Francisco. Th«« new servlet*
th«* adoption of any extensive pro well be taken up by the Chamber of
good rtnrt, and It looked for a time ' proposed Crater latke bighwac
The moneys derived from the Issu
is auppoHe«l to go into eff'-ct the first
Commerce. At the time Pelican Bay
gram, are as follows:
ns If It was going to be a close game,
of licenses and from fines for
of June. The train will l«*ave Port
"First—To increast* the *-npitai was closed, the question was agi violations of the laws is paid to the
but th«’ support was not very good,
See O. Short's auction ad on page 6.
land about 8 o'clock In the ev«*ning
stock of the Klamath Water Users’ tated, but there it stopped Now that State Treasurer and is by him depos-
and some of the players began to
and will get Into Weed about 10
Association to a capitalization more Odessa is going tbe way of Pelican i ite-d in a special fund for the protec
Taber pitched a strong
o'clock next day.
This will give
i early proportioned to the full de Bay, it reminds us that something | tion and propagation of fish and
game, und had ho bott«*r support the
almost <llre«t connection for Klamath
velopment of the acr«*nge of tte must be done, and if the Chamber ' game.
score would not hnve looked so bad.
Falls to pHHxengerH from Portland
inf Commerce can do that something,
Lodge will meet promptly at 7:30 Kinmath pro;«*ci.
Tile Klamath Falls hum put up I
lu the main the game laws are un
and Han Francisco, as the train from
it will add another feather to its
"Second—To increas«* the
tho best game they have played this
changed, In many instances they are
tho south arrive« at Wood at 12:15.
By order of the Noble Grand,
value of th«* shares of stock of the cap.
soanon, and showed the peoplo what
more specific, but the seasons are
LULU STRAW, Secretary
association to a figure more nearly
thoy could do. Whiuut In the box
practically the same. In Klamath
HOT STRINGS COMPANY
THE JUDGE'S NEW ATTO.
representing the «»atimated building
and Ball behind the bat really won
county ducks may be hunted from
See O Short’s auction ad on page 6. cost.
tho game by their excellent work.
the first day of September to tbe first
As a matter of convenience in may be hunted at any time between
Judge Noland's new auto Is at- Daggett on first did some brilliant
"Third—To increase the area of
trading conslderablo attontion, as work and the outuold came through
Thu steamer Winetna left for Up lands subscribed to the association in transacting business, by shortening day of February. Geese and swan
it la the first auto-buggy ever with tbe goods on every occasion. per I Ake points Wodnesday on its certain localities where insulficient the title, and in conformity with the first day of September and the
the general usag«-, the company de first day of April.
brought to tho city,
It Is one of Tho players aro getting used to the Brat regular trip. Hereafter the trips areas aro now subscribed.
the new Shacht i machines with game, with the result that the team will be made on Mondays, Wt^tnes-
"Fourth—To secure the agreement cided to change the name to HOT
The fish law provides that there
covered top and solid rubber tires. work has Improved wonderfully. Tho days and Fridays; however, if the of marsh land owners to a special SPRINGS COMPANY, striking out shall be no fishing in Link river dur
The Judge says that it Is just the lino up of the two teams was ns traffic will warrant it. trips will be form of stock subscription contract, from the title the word "Improve ing the months of June, July and Au
or a supplementary agreement to the ment." An order of Court has been gust. In all other waters of the
thing for ridtag over DeTll’s Garden, follows:
and his only regret Is that he did Dorris.
Position. Klamath Falls
Captain Totten of the Winenia has present contract, dealing specifically obtained to this effect, and here county fishing is prohibited during
not have it In time for his recent Taber........ ......... P......... ................. Wheat arranged for a downtown office, with tho drainage featuro of marsh after the company will be known the months of November, December,
trip to Ijikeviow.
The Jndg«» Is Gray ...... ........... c.........
Ball which will bo open within a few days, reclamation work as a necessary ad as HOT SPRINGS COMPANY.
January, February and March. The
letting his chaffeur do tho running Moor«’.
Dagget and tickets can then bo secured to all junct to the ultimate irrigation fea
. . .1st b
limit of catch In this county is twen
The Chamber of Commerce has ty-five trout, or not more than twen
ad now, but threatens to try It alone Drum
8hlv«,s points on the lake.
.. 2d b
"Fifth—The securing of grants of secured tho services of Chas, Mc- ty-five pounds.
the first dark night when there are
Indications aro that tho travel will
no spectators around.
B<>nson be much heavier this year than at free right-of-way for all canals, Cornack of Eugene to handle the
Clift any tlmo in the past, and all of the levees, transmission lines, pumping barbecue on Railroad Day, and he is
............ r. f....
See O. Short's auction ad on page 6.
bouts plying on the Upper Lake are stations and other works necessary expected to arrive tn a few days.
W. A. Delzol, president of ths
Welder making preparations to handle the for the complete reclamation of the Mr. McCornack is experienced in this
Chamber of Commorce, w«>nt to Klam Jones
After putting thousands In a
line and has conducted many bar
Increase in the business.
ath Agency Friday, where he deliv
"I have not attempted at the pres becues In the «vast, where they know tight place, the poetry writing
E. E. Fitch, the real estate man of
ered tho memorial address at the ex
habit has got one man out of prison.
Merrill, was in tl-o city Friday.
See 0. Short's auction ad on page 8. ent time to deal with any of these how to do It.
Mun. Wonulil un«l t lilhl In Hel,I