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I Ill« <KI.EBRATION AT
CIRCUIT 14H RT I'lUM I EDINGN
UPI’KH LAKH N</riew.
(Uoarluded Fr«Mii First I'agc.)
BONANZA ON JI LT «TH.
* Th« first of tho mosquito Hoot will
permitted to chuuge his plea to that
bo launched at tho Upper lauding to
of guilty. Tbu court grant«'«! the r»-
day and will mark an agreeable Kalh«»bu>in Hold, Forth »I Metropo
quust and set tomorrow at 10 o'clock opoc.li lu our progra’Miiiou The first.
lis oí Upper Country
as tho time when thia bnn<> of th«
tbn "Ellen Gordon," Is a small boat I
ouminuulty will get wbm hu has mo
inodolcd and built for tho accuiumo- j
If you hear a groat noise ooming
long been fishing for
dal Ion of th<> pistplu, somutlilng Ilk« from Bonanza wsy, do not worry or
Henry Morrill, who »»., held on th» OdcniMi boats, only larger, carry-1
tho charge of passing a forged «h«« k. lug from live to t«u pooplo, and thor , get excited, I' Is not an approaching
pleaded guilty thl.« afternoon. This oughly safe. Fifloon of tbosu boats 1 earthquake or cyclone. It will slm-
war a case where th« victim, Mr. Huo will bo built, and uiuru, if the trad« ply b« a slight rumble of tho enthusi
asm that has tak< u hold of tho people
horn, of the , Ameritan Hotel, und the demands.
of the Upper Country, and the cause
Grand Jury i HHk' d the court to tom
The stoamor Hooligan is temporar of tho < nthuslasn: Is the big celebra
per justice i with mercy. When h<<
ily Idl» the last w«»-k while Cuptalu tion that Is to ho held io that city
camo before H
t i' Uur of juutlco liu was
liausberry is courting, ho being d>>- on July 3d and I'h Bonanza lias a
a pitiful slgl bt t<> behold Broken tn , 1 taluod us a Jur/muu
health, and bent with t ho weight of1 Steamer lluglc, tho sandpiper, is j reputation to live up to. It never has (
many yours of hnrdshlp ami suffer doing business In her lino with a fa- done anything half way, and It In not
ing. ho pren «tiled a picture that would 1 e.llity that shows h« r eaptafn to bo a going to t<< caught napping this time.
Phoy < rttne down tn force to in»« what
tout h a sympathetic chord anywhere man ol real busluuv«.
K'nrnath Fills could do in the way of
judge Noland pointed out to him that
The picnic at St. Cloud on Bu«‘ua
the law was v««ry qrlct tn such cu *« h | Vi>itu Height*« yesterday (Bunday) having a celebration, and after it was
is III*, but iu vl< w <«l tl ■ r ■ oihiuon . waa ovi-rythlng that mentis sucriw-.s over they all a<l ultted that we were'
■ ." tut that »u would.
■latloiis of tho G i ' uik I Jurj and th« ¡The crowd, while not largo, was com- 'going
up the lick for a llttlo'
■ I'h -r • of th'
'i '). I<
wi • i |«o»«-d of some of our beat |>««>ph> uud
to give him the minimum s«nt«nc« iodupatorSa ail of whom oxprei nod while longer If we «-quailed what was
and parole him, rcqultUlg him to . tIn iiiH'tlv« < well pleated wilt« this • ìi - going to be
of the little
■•ommunhnt«> «me« a month with th««
' I eft al rim ii tit. for which commendation try.
court Morrill tliank)'«! tho court and wo aro grateful
a. a knight on the
«rfflcvi H for tl.olt < <>iishl<«ratlon, and ‘ bonded kn«««, mid promise the poo- | Everyone ■w. Ill l> ■ dintirouu of going
with tears st '.iuilii)' down hl* far« ||*fe < cirri) mat nnci-s pcrinlt t Ing* to somewhere on tt o Fourth, and In
ho protnis««l to comply xtrlctly with ¡throw open our halls on the fifteenth
place to I •» ' otxidoraUon should be
the terms «>f hi» parole.
!«>f July for n larger crowd a «lato
(> T. Anderson *ai arraigned on W<- will IM! pl««UHO<j to call "a ruldsum- Bonanza Th.- p-opl« of that section
l ave' alw.i
h- tn on hand for any
the charge of Mubornatlon ot perjury mor night's dream "
celebration to Id at tho county seat.
»nd pl> ad« <1 not guilty, ill» attorney
Several wells have been bored For that reason they are entitled to,
presoutod us affidavit setting forth along the water front with satisfac
But. leaving th<> qu««a-.
the fact that Mrs Anderson, who tory ri-Hulta. The on«« at th«- now mill .«>ur |>r.
is to be the defendant's principal was put down I4'< (o«-t bnforc go«><l tlon of reciprocity aside, you ought j
, io go, for on will have a good time '
wltn« s. will bo unable to attend this
water was stru< k
The Bonanza girls and boys are leav- j
term of court, and uk;l that the
I) M Grltntb a now resort at Eagle . lug nothing undor.«« to make the
••» mi b«« continued To-morrow morn
Cape will b<> uolqiie la many respects. «■vent a success.
ing was set as Hi« Hine when th«
The building will stand on the cliff
Thu following is the program that
prtis'H'Uting attorney -«hall show cause
75 f<*<t above th« lake, with wide • has been prepared for the occasion.
why the requowt should not tie
plasxas fulrly jutting over. Tho water It is a tin«- one, especially when it la
from the great white sulphur spring ! to be earn- 1 out with a vim that will
Th« Grund Jury is still busy with
which bolls up near tho lake level
th<< case« |ires«<nt«Ml to them for In- will b<- pumped Into a tank above : make things bum :
Frldny M 30 Dance
v«<utlgatlon Vo report I a « b«- -n made
As the waler is about
to the court and it IrxikM as If non«-.
blood heat. It will bo groat for baths,
10 a m.— Oration. Rev W H. Zel-
will b<- mad« until the latti-r part of
and whit«- sulphur baths are the best I er Reading Declaration of Inde-
the *<*ek. when It Is espected that a
pendnnee. Miss I.yon Music
batch of bills will be |>r«-e«nte<1 Th««
Will Harland s u«w house will drill, etc.
batch of bills will be brought in Th«1
noon be ready for occupation it is
Barbecue and coffee free.
closely guarded, and not th» slightest ,
built on the bungalow style Several Plenty of *hade «nd table«
intimation as to what 1s being don< 1
othor buildings are noon to be ««reeled
1:30- Baseball, Bonanza vs Red-
can be picked up. Thin courae Is i
near Mr. Harland's, which, together men of Klamath Falls
«imply In line with th« thoruughu>««H
with those already built, will make
4 P tn. I lor*«« racing, foot racing,
with which their work Is being done ;
quit« a showing
tug-of-war, high jump.
The high south wind ) eat orda y contest. l^arg«« purses for all sports.
I’Ht h MM» I «»It •io.«MMi
T«> FAI.ARGE t»l TLE1 nearly dried up the lake The big
8 p. tn
launch Curlew giouuded la hnr stall
I v|«-<t» to Rapid-! in th boathou».* «nd tt.«*ro was a 1
M»rry-go-round and other amuse-
'air current up the lake ail day
mentx. Everybody come and have a
'li.i.> Statten lia- installed »»■•mad good time
•I. ■ in th<- launch llobensollora,
T> > I! ««sun 1 dollar < «: l<> b< ox- »..«ci islde from giving her go-atcr
TH«: U < T. I . MEETING*.
•i. nd 4 <n < uglz •« • o<it!«-l to s|. t. the not «Ity <>f two ■«ngln-a tn
Pul« La«o I: to ■ so u. iKlallous tbu boa’ I* apparent
Mrs Helen D Harford, national
Of I’rojKl El in«’« B
»‘at« I su
Fhe «lollars reward for any one organizer for th«* Woman's Christian
YREKA. June 27.—In the case of 31, 1909. Any settler who was ac Fort Klamath, Oregon. Also the W14j
la who will p.oduic the little ratty calf Temperance Union, closed .» week of
Vvhvu th*« outlet »»« first ti.u> ch wel i.p my Hhirt and a pair temperance meetings held In the the People vs Robert Green, which tually and in good faith claiming any of NW14 of 8E14, the 814 of 8E14
<lls<»v<-ii «I It sax tr«-uted as a good of . <«ck . . i<: I’aturdav Tboy sav it • various churches of this city with an I ended last evening, the defendant of said lands for agricultural pur- of NWK, the NW 14 of SE 14 of
joke, but now the jokers are smiling the last straw that breaks the cam L. T L rally In the courthouse park I I was acquitted by a unanimous vote of I>ose« prior to January 1, 1906, and NW 14. tke 814 of Lot 1 (or the 814
I the jury.
baa not abandoned same, has a pref of NW 14 of NW14), the NW 14 of
■in the otbui side of their incus. Thu el's back Weil, this ease is n«>t the on Friday afternoon.
erence right to make a homestead en Lot 1 Lot 2 (or the 8W14 of NW 14),
txMil evidence of tlie ptai tkal uutllily last straw, but darn near th«« last
The ladles of the W C. T. U.
try for the lands actually occupied. the NE 14 of SW14, Section 18, Town
of thia aid to tk<> draining of Tula ahlit or aoi ks. either, for that mat tiorved ice cream and cake and the
Falls Sewer Bonds ' Said lands were listed upon the appli ship 28 South, Range 8 East, 186.45
Lake lx th«- fact that Engineer Patch ter I have Just ap«ike to ono of the children marched, sung and gave | £__ _
proposals will be received cations of the persons mentioned be acres, application of George F. Vose
tins asked to be allowi«! to expend neighbors who ha» a little bull calf their rally cries, mottoes and yells,!. Sealed »>«~»~~
_________ J, Police Judge low, who have a preference right of Fort Klamath. Oregon. Also the
$10.000 on It
1'itdlctod to such trick") 11« sni«l he and . all seemed to enjoy themselves by the
During tbu past six months a cloao did not think his calf did it. and If It vwi much. The yell "Oregon dry tn of the City of Klamath Falls.Oregon, subject to the prior right of any such E14 of 8E14 of NW14, the E14 of
record hat Is* n k«-pt of the amount did It was not to blame, for it prob 1911)'' attracted the attention ot the until the 26th day of July. 1909. settler, provided such settler or ap E14 of 8W14, Section 14. the B14
■if water that bus pus •d through the ably thought from the size of tbn people passing by ou the street more at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p. m. for plicant is qualified to make home of NE14 of NW14. Section 23, Town
the purchase of $40,000.00 six per stead entry and the preference right ship 23 South, Range 9 East. 8*
opening, and It has averaged thirty socks that they wore bay cocks, and than anything else.
cent coupon sewer bonds.or any part is exercised prior to July 31. 1909, acres, application of Jeese Strotta of
It Is Mr. Patch's plan as the shirt wan of a green color any
"Oregon1 Oregon' My, my. my'
1 thereof, to be Issued In pursuance on which date the lands will be sub- Rosland, Oregon.
to continue the work so us to increase i calf might be mistaken
Oregon. Oregon' Dry, dry. dry!
' of an ordinance adopted by the ject to settlement and entry by any
rhe f1««w to one hundred second feet. 1 «-xplanation Is uol satisfactory; hence
Oregon. Orogon' When, when,
¡Common Council of said city on the qualified person. The lands are as Commissioner of the General Land
This can lie don«« b> extondiug the i he reward offered
I have owned
! 22<l day of June, 1909, and under follows: The NH of 3E14 of NW
present cut aud at th«' same time on-1 those socks ever sine • they were lit-
Oregon dry in 1910!"
' an act of the Legislative Assembly >4. the SW14 of SE% of NW%. the
Approved May 14, 1909.
larging some of (lie crevices lending! tie things; and a shirt is no shirt at
While Mrs. Harford's visit has not
from the lako out Into th<< Lava I all unless it has all Its parts I know resulted in the good we had hoped, of 1905. filed In the office of the Sec N% of SE14 of SE14 of NWH, the
of NW % of NE14 of SWI4. the First Assistant Secretary of the In
Bods. If evpe< iiiUons are reallaod, I am an old bachelor, but a bachelor it «'as because the people did not retary of State. February 13. 1905,
'his I ucreasod flow, tug««ther with the Is sonic bettor than a brute and has come out to hear her Still, we en- (entitled an "Act to incorporate the E14 of NW14 of SW14, the E14 of
W*4 of NW14 of SW14, the NE14 of
•ivaporatlon, »III equal the istlow of right» that even a bull calf is bound ;ollod twenty new members, organ 1 City of Klamath Falls."
Said bonds will be payable 20 NW»4 of SW14 Of SW14, the 814 of
Lost lllver. which now «mounts to
> r.-qi- ct
ized a voung woman's branch «ailed
from date of issue, interest to NW* of SW14 of SW>4, the SW14
about three lilimit < J socond feet.
a Y. of nine members; also a Loyal
be i>aid semi-annually on the 1st of SW14 of SW>4. the E14 of SW14
If the work of the llocliimatloii
Temperance Legion among the chil
October and April of each of SW14, Section 4, Township 24,
Service moots with success tt will
by Charles Somerville, the
dren of thirty members. At Bonanza day of
IH»Tt I* COMING.
interest South, Range 10 East. Willamette
mean one of the great eat boons for
we organlr.i'd a nice little union with
M It Dot) of Reñida, Cal . w ho women . im leaders who do things. payable in Lawful money of the meridian. 10714 acres, listed upon
thlii section ot the county
reporter, is only one of the
moan the reclamation of the shore was here during Railroad wook and They will also have -an I,. T. L. At United States at the office of the the application of William 8haffer of
Falls, Rosland, Oregon. Also the NE14 of
big features that make the
lands of tUu lake in the very near tu w ho purchased considerable property Oleno ' ac enrolled seven members as City
NE14 of NW14, the N»4 of 8E14 of
turn, tor with Che completion of the In one of the additions to Klam a branch of the Klamath Falls union. Oregon.
July E verybody ' s very much
NE 14 of NW 14, Section 25, Town
temporofi« •• forces of Oregon
ship 34 South, Range 6 East. 15
coming In through Lost River will b<» |dl< driver and n complete house i aro uniting In a ■ ampatgu for State- nomination* as follows, to-wit.
lie Is an wld«' prohibition in 1910, and we, as
«<» grvatl diminished that the reces moving outfit to this city
There are fire other live
sion will be very rapid. Whether a expert in his line, and will no doubt a small band of women out in this $1000.00.
and SIX STORIES
30 bonds of the denomination of
uifflclent outflow will eventually bo have all the work ho can do. Pile corner of our great State, will do all
that you can't afford to miss.
wM urod to do itwu) with tho necessity driving will be something of an inno lu our power to bring about this hap 8500.00.
50 bonds of the denomination of
of tho I«ost River drain, remains to vation In this section, but It is some py result of our combined effort.
be seen, bnt If such a thing should thing that should have been looked
Each proposal to purchase must be
x-c.ur, it would bo a saving to tho Into long ago. There are many »ac Supt Press Work. K. F. W. C. T. U.
aocompaniod by a certified check for
'andownors of many thousand dol- tions of the city where It is absolute
For Sale By
I ly necessary in order to secure a
5 per cent of amount bid.
MAIL ROUTE DISCONTINUED.
Said bonds to be sold for cash
F. £ ANKENY
proper foundation Then, there are
Pursuant to orders from th«> post- paid down at time of delivery and
PARTY HACK FROM VISIT
many docks to be built on the two
TO CRATKR LAKE BY AUTO. lakes in the near future These two otfico department, mail service on for not less than their par value.
The right Is reserved by the Coun
An automobile party, consisting of fields will, Mr. Doty believes, open up route No. 73,2 82 from Ashland to
Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Mr. and for him plenty of work, and he t* Odessa, will bo discontinued on July cil to reject any and all bids.
3d, and patrons of that route will
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Mrs. Nunn of Napa, Cal., returned coming prepared to handle it.
hereafter get their mall at Klamath Juno 34th, 1909
Sunday from Crater Lake. the first
Falls. Service on this line has here
A. L. LEAVITT,
vuto to attempt the trip this year.
There will bo no excursion to Shas tofore been afforded twice a week
Police Judge of the City of
The party had no difficulty in reach ‘
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
lug Prospect with their machine, and ta Springs on July Fourth, duo to for five months during tho year, and
took pnckliorses from there, being tho fact that the requisite number! It has proved to bo quite a conven
RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF <»
told the road was impassable. How could not bo secured. Thoro Is no' ience for residents along the way.
LANDS IN NATION AL FOREST.
The discontinuance of this mail
ever, autos could have mudo tho trip doubt whatovor but that more than!
McCAU, r .TTERNS
Liste 0-27, -5S, -07 and -100.
C. Jir tc.l f»r »lyic, perfect fit, simplicity u. t
into tho natlonnl park before encoun ono hundred and twenty-five would service will deprive tho Bond Indian
reliability ncar'y 4i) y*
Sold in ne
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
tering snow. There are some heavy have gone on the excursion, but they country east of Ashland and a large
every city And town in the Untied State» <
Ca:'.-u’\ er bz mu.l direct. More •«' -i t
1 rifts across the road, but tho snow
any oti«r make. Send lor ire« cataJogi*.
is disappearing fnst, and Stool's camp bad to guarantee that number, and ; mall service entirely, except as served 388.95 acres, within the Deschutes, • ►
Met ALL’S MAGAZINE
XL)re subscribers l! an any other fashi« n
can be mado by auto within a couplo It they did not show up he would by the postofflee at Ashland. 25 miles ('rater and Umpqua National Forests, ■ ►
magazine—million a month. Invaluable. J.
styles, patterns, dressmaking, millim ,
p’ain sewing, fancy needlework, fiairdrc»- « ,
It Is probable that an effort will
Tho trail from the rim to the lake fore, thought It advisable to call tho
etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 50 cent
year (north (bubk), including a free pat»
cannot be used yet on account of tho matter off. There will likely bo many be made to ro-establish a postofflee at homestoad laws of the United States
Subscribe t »day, or send for sample •
.now. It will be along in July be
to A'-cnts. Postal brings premium catai-
fore it will bo safo to attempt the de- matter their attention, now that It is route service to It from Ashland. At Stat., 233), at the United States land
and new cash prise offer*. Address
Stop and Figure!
Is iu the Center
Sure to be the principal ship
ping and receiving point for
Klamath, Langell, Poe and
Buy Lots now while they are being
Sold at 10 per cent of their value
D. B. CAMPBELL
How Thieves Live
PAUL E. SCHAUER
Geo. Constable, D. V. S.