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OFFICIAL I’Al'Elt Ob*
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 8, 1909
GUANI» JITtY MARKS III POUT.
At t |> tn
1*0 I- STAIII.lHH ACTO HI.KVK 'E
IO I.AKEVIEU AT ON< k.
The Inauguration of the uulorno-
Jury «ame Iron» It. headquarter. »• I bl|( ,„rU,.r b..,w..v„ ,h|, city an«l
th«- Library building »»nd filed Into |,uk«-vl«-w I. about to become a fact
th«» <<>uitrootn for the two fold j>ur Eoi the pust year it has been repeat
lio.«- of reporting two indictment» edly slated that such a servici would
und uenklug Instructions from th«« i !«■ begun, but It was not until /ester
day that uuy tangible evidence of ft
court. The nume of the person or 1 was forthcoming.
persons Indicted w< re not made pub
Corey of lily, who. It has been re
Disposes of His Interests in the Hot Springs, Klam-
lie for the reason that no arrest» have ported toi »«mie time, was going to
been inudc, and no Information wax
ath Development and Weed Lumber
forth«tuning us to what was lb« of- . that plate to laikevi« w. received yes
tense for' which the Indictment wax terday a mammoth Studebaker ma
t hine which will be used for the ser- !
The poi ut on which th«
jury vice George Hankins and Hau Mal
■ *» lose one *ur
attention. It will »r-Uiiind
»ought eiiligbteument was whether | loy «if Lakeview arrived here Fri
t h» •Inc !«• ati«l lusting r< g
the duties of city officiala wer« co-ex
1';. From tie tin ■ be en-
tensive with tboi.« of the «<>unty of < hln>- to Illy und preparing It for its man wl«ohu»d«>Pi < .<>!«■ tim: mi.« one •or
f! «• i. ; <1 of the
1 ll : A» I
th inis when It « ulne to the i nfoi« <■ lliltlnl run Cross A Co who control 1 Individual > » K. i- r . ».!' r; deg'«
.,. ,oi.! ■ astern nut 11 the day
incut of the laws. This question liu< II.« stag« line le-tweeu this city au«l . of prog««- i.• .i ' ut U I»..-
been a mooted on«-, and whan Juda«- Bly, have announced that they placiti good fort » • e f Hu < ' to day. A ! o ht du iolieii to fils l,o;t ! f««*mds
r • hlx connec- h© ba» luboretl «arn«-"ily anJ con
Nolan«! In»triicle<| the Inst Grand an order for a big Mitcbeil «ar and II Naftzger la
Jury to the «feet that it »«« an much that it will b<* placed on the run be-'
th«* duty of city officials to mah«- ar iwe«*n this city and lily, at which 1
rests for violations of the State law point It will inak«- connections with
us for county officiai* to do so, h< th«- <'«>rey car.
It is realized that next fall will se< 1
was criticised In »omc <|uurt«-r» on
the ground that he wax lnt< rfiring an Immense p«ss«-ng<u traffi« Into
with « ity affairs. Like instructions lackeview, on account of the comple
were given to this Grand Jury, but tion of the land deal at that place.;
there seems to ha»« existed some and It Is the Intention of the g« nt le
doubt In th«- mind* of th«- member» 1 ni- n who are operating the line be- 1
as to just how fur the ette officers twei n this city uud l.akevn w to get
at leant their share of the traffi«
When the* matter was again pre View of the fact that Gir Southern
nmtod to Judge Noland, he made u l*a«in< runs direct to this city and |
reply that was both dear und con i will not hate to turn pa»x«-ngvr* over
vlnclng. It was to the effect that it to another company , ax would be the
is the duty of the city offhers to make «a»«- If passengers went in by the Al
arrests whenever they see or Dud any turas route, tt is pri*sum«<! that the
violations of the State law
While , larger per «-ent of thus« going into
It la true that the county officers ar«-1 Lakeview will b« rout -d through this
supposed to look after this matttrr. | gat« way by the agents «if the South
It would be ridiculous to presum« ern I’aclfli Company, whatever such
that such an assumption would ex pn«A<ng«rs a-oiu«» into contact with
empt city officers frutn doing a like th«- representative» of th«- company |
Just when th«- auto servic« from ,
It would m«au th«- mulntenaii«.«
of a torco of county officers as ex-| this city to Bly will begin cannot I»«
tensive^is those employ««! by cities definitely rtnt«-d. for Cross A Co
In carrying out the law of the mu huv - not been adv I m d as to j«i»t w h< n
nicipality, and sueh a construction tiulr Mitchell rar will arrivi
Mr*«i» Hanklnr and Mallo* »... d
could In no i* nsa |>< place«! ou th«
law. It Is likewise tru» that county I t fl « misfortune to me« t with a break- *
officials should inak« uir< < - for th« down n«ar Dairy on their way to tl«ts
violation of city lav- turning th«- of «Ity alt«-r th«- Corey «at tree« »'Itnling -
th*- hiring of a t««am to compiute tbelr
fender oil i to tin city author II It-
went out Saturday
It Is difficult to gm ss just what l'io joiirii'-
the lujuretl ma« bln«
trying tu p-t at ' Ttl<- iiKirnlti-
and had t in trim to t>< gin th*- re- -
<tu< iloti «usi i. i.i I It Ih«* Giand Ju
hn«i Go authority to Instruct th«- « Uy 'urn Jo : ■•« Sunday morning
offiii n • ¡¡«'tv- t<> th« • -ifor< rr>«-bt « '
Ktate law» II I- however, th«' Grand
t ' I \TY KM II IMO s
Jury cat:-’--« «1*
Whether ah effort ,
Is to b. it ..di- to Indict officer» for
'Merrill Record »
the non p forinun««’ of their duties
has purchased a Mc
or th«- num ufoi«« ini-nt of the State |
from Murtin Bros |
law. Is merely a gu< ss Certain It Is 1
that aonu vigorous ail Ion Is contem- I with which to harvest bl» crop three | A H Aafrzger. «Im hnx M-v«-r««J hi* >• nm-etiori u i II H varioii» ««,r|>oia-
Mayor Hand« rson was sub- - mil«-» north weet *»f town
tioriv that have d->r«<- »<> nm« !> f ■ *!.»■ upl «i'hí-iig of Klamath county.
Wm A Barrows, th«« contractor,
p«-tiaii| to appear before the Grand
Jury und he accompanied them when | »ays he ha» been busy the last ten tlon with the Hot Spring* Company si.-'.i ntly for th« growth un-l prosper
they went I m fore Judge Noland
H«-1 days, Hi- has built a barn for Henry
and th« Klamath Dcv«-I<»pm«.nt Com ity of this count.« as a whole. His
asked several questions of the oourt Turner got the Kuttenhorn residence pany. an«l will c«;.ri to be th«- bead .--.-«i-y effort was always posse.:;-* i of
as to just how far city officers might
ot tb«sc «xvrporations as sooa as his th, broadest scope, and u< thing he
go. and whether the State law could bed three days.
A pleasant llttl«- surprise party oc attccevsor Is selected. This is a move has ever undertaken was ever
be us<-d to fill in any discrepancies In
last evening at the residence that he has had in contemplation fori to«,« 1 <-«i with narrowness nor bias.
the city's ordinances
a long time, and the announcement I He has been Instrumental in bring
It would seem that this Grund Jury Of rM and Mrs J H Hobbs \he oc will not come a* a surprise to his! ing more money into Klamath Falls
is determined to sift to the bottom al!
dose t-er»<»nuj fri< nds. who have Ilian all the other forces combined,
violations of the local option law. number of th«« lady's friends "droppod known of Mr. Naftxger's d««sir<- to get aud he has secured for this city
and with that end in view It will In quite unexpectedly, and a merry
away from tlie business «ares that j «-.-.-«dal
leave no stone unturned that will de tim«* wav had until u late hour, when,
velop th«- slightest evidence that will with many kind words to their
thirty year». When asked,, for a >:i< n could hav> siice-eeded in getting.
lead to the finding of Indictments! charming hosteas. the uninvited but
statcm«-nt as to the reason for the' Not that he had any specially plen
against violators of the local option
step h« has taken. Mr. Naftxger said: j ary powers, but because that corpora
Having soil my entire Interest tion recognized in him a man big
Anothei matter that lx claiming
V I.Al NCHING HKK.
in tin W«'id Lumber Compefay. Klam enough aud broad enough to grasp
the attention of the Grand Jure lx <h-
ath !>evelopment Comjiany and Hot ti ->«e tilings Unit prove best for the
\ bus load of ladh-x and gentle- I
selling of liquor to Indians
Springs Company. I shall retire from material interests of tbe community
matter has l«««-n ii thorn In th«- cl«!“ men. under th«- protecting wing of i the pr> si'len«-« of the Klamath Devel wherein he may reside or become in
of both count« and national offle
opment Company amt Hot Springs terested. A complete history of Mr
Lak<* W« dnosday for th«- purpose |
for xotiH time
Ro proficient !’•»«
Company and sever* all «-onnectlonsi Nafzger's activities since coming
the vi'irde-- of firewater been tha. it I of witnessing the launching ot Col 1
as soon as my sncccs> >r is1 here would Include everything that
Is practlcallv Impossible to detect Allen s new launeli. Mr. Allen is the chosen, which will undoubtedh ’>«• hud tended to build a greater city.
It b under.'o'd that nm of Medford gentleman
Not alone do the people regret his
before the end of the month.
pur« lias« <1 from Judge Harris a piece
th«* chief offenders along thlM line ■ *
decision to retiie from active busi
aides In or near Bonnnzn. and a of ground on the Upper Lake and is I shall be out of active business, niri , ness because of the material loss it
strong effort is beblng made to find j titling It out as a summer home. He expect, early in September, with Mrs. I will be to this community, but also
nriffii-lent evidence not only to indict Is one of the enterprising gentlemen Naftxger, to sail from New York for j be«cauae it will mean th«« severing of
but also to convict, him of the of from the Hogue Hiver valley who an Indefinite stay abroad
ties of warm friendships and p«'rsonal
conies to Klamath county to help
esteem, it is because of this feeling,
After the conference with th«« boost It and at the same time par price was satisfactory, and not any more than any other consideration,
court the Grand Jury returned to its take of Its many beautiful advan want of fnith In the future « f this that the people of Klamatn Fulls will
labors It will not adjourn finally this tages. The Colonel has the cordial r glon.
I still hav«> tone private refuse to accept as final Mr. Nafta-
week, and from Indications next w«*ek good wishes of his many friends holdings in Klamnth
Falls, from ger's decision. The people of Klam
will not see an end to Its work.
which I expect satisfactory returns in ath county are willing to grant to Mr.
number of witnesses have been sub- '
dm- tim«'. I hav«i great confidence la N'uftzger the vacation that he has so
Si’ll is DISMISSED
penned to appear before it th»« first
the future of Klamath Fall-t, und well earned, ftut they want him to
of next week, when th«i Investigations
Papers were file«! Tuesday by F. shall watch Its progress with much return when the vacation is ended.
that are to be suspended until after
If he does, he will find awaiting him
II Mills and A L. Leavitt against Interest.’’
the Fourth will be resumed.
With the retirement of Mr. Naftx- a ctirdlal welcome and an earn«-st de-
the Southern Pacific Kailroad Com
pany asking that an injuction issue ger there is left a vacancy In ihe sire to co-operate will« him in any
restraining them from widening the ranks of the forces that have been enterprise that he may undertake.
HENRIKTTzY LINK ENIIAt'll.
The date of Mr. Naftxger’s d««part-
Adams cut. Th«' reason for this s'ep working for the upbuilding of Klam
Henrietta Unkenbach died In this was th«» objection of the petitioner« ath Falls, and Klamath county that ure has not been definitely a«'t. and
city Sunday, July 4th, death wcur to tho enlargement of the cut, claim will long await an occupant. These will not be until hfs successor Is se
Tin» probabilities are this
ring at lhe Klamath Hospital. She Ing that it injured their property forces have lost a leader that will be lected.
•wan the daughter of Mr. and Mrs The matter was adjusted, howevci, hard to replace, in the ordinaryrun of will not occur until the latter part of
LMkenbach and was sixteen years of ! by the railroad company going two human affairs th«« passing of a man Is this month.
Ko.v Naftxger will remain hero and
age. Th«« funeral was held at the block.« farther southland cutting the generally merely an event worth/ of
horn«* of the purentH Tuesday a! channel there. In view ot this, the but brief notice, but with th« depurt-j continue Identified with the many In
2.80 o'clock, interment being in the petitioners asked that the suit be ure of Mr, Naftxger will occur some-1 terests that have been acquire«! since
thing tha will demand more than coming to Klamath Falls.
Klamath Falls cemetery.
WILL SPE^ A YEAtt TRAVELLING IN EUROPE
BIG CIUH'H AKHl'KED.
leading r.um of
HOl THLKN ORI GO.X.
HHORTHIGHTEHNEKM BUM KS
CRATER LAKK HIGHWAY.
if any one thing was needed to ab
solutely insure a bumper crop this Mo Mayo Judge Neott- the l‘rogr» *«dv«
Head of Marion County.
fall it was the rain of Sunday night
aud Monday While it was not needed
A special from Hai««m to the Port
very ba.d>>, it did a great deal of
good, eapecialiy to among the dry land Journal says: Only shortslght-
ranches, which »<>:n«d to be partic «•dneim on the part of some taxpayers
The following re in th«- Htate of Oregon has made them
ports hav> I m « u received by this of object to the construction of a wagon
fice from the various sections of tbe and automobile road to Crater Ijikn.
according to John H Scott, formerly
Bonanza The rainfall here was t’ounty Judge of Marlon county, and
very heavy, ar,d while not nwesaary ;>re«<idcnt of the t>ood Roads Associ*-
to a su«< v ftil crop, insures a greater tlon.
Judge(S«-ott Is emphatic in hl*
yield than tbe most optimistic had'
There will be no neces -tatement that. Oregon has been slow
sity for G- shipping in of wheat or* to show her unHurpa.-isable wonders
flour to this section this fall and win-; to clamoring tourists, and says that
ter. W»- will be exporting It. The bed Call'ornla or Washington po»-
crops throughout the valleys are look- * M-xw-d a < rater latke millions of dol
ir>g fine and everyone is looking for-! ls r: would have been spent before
ward to the biggest harvest in the this in th«- eSort to make It acces
sible to visitors. He thinks also that
history of this section
Dairy Dairy and Yonna valley another road from north to south
were ble* »ed with a splendid rainfall should be add«»l to the present plans.
"The construction of this road to
It was just what wax
needed to make a «Top that will be a Crater Lake will be of Inestin.aK.le
record breaker. It will demonstrate value to the State at large,” says Mr.
the great richness of Yonna valley ■ Scott "That improvement, with an
roil and be a forerunner of what may j other thoroughfare from the north
be expected of this section when wa to tbe south connecting with similar
ly well constructed highways in
ter can be had.
’’’he rain here <fid a Washington and California, would
great deal of good, especially t the bri“g millions of dollars from auto-
The yield from tl 's. i ' It traffic alone.
•■There would not be a great deal
source will be very great. All cf '• •
m> ie> Hju-nt by tourists at hotels
«•rops ar« looking well, espe a.!y
those that escaped some of the nils- and xjmuier resorts, but a great
laps that visited this section tbir man« of the tourists would become
int» rested in the development of our
ources and would buy timber and
Fort Klamatb The ban».. _______
lands and would assist in tbe
were turned back a few months Sun
day night and we were plunged into great work of development, such as
'be depths of winter for a few hours. lies in the water power now dormant
Those who were early risers Monday- in this State.
"If the State of California or-
morning found a couple of inches of
were to have a Crater
snow on the ground. It did not last
long after tbe run got in its work. I-ake such as ours, they would, with
The rain and snow did a great deal of out delay, have spent millions of dol
good and the results will be the big- lars in its development that would
g»rt crops in tbe history of this sec soon be returned to them manifold
"The States of California and
Washington are now constructing
HK.t.LST F‘SH OF TIIE SEASON.
highway» fiorn the north to th» south
Dr. Maiirix of San Francisco Knock» and it Is incumbent on Oregon to
construct a similar road if it is de
the Spot* Off Pendleton*» loti«-
sired to reap the great harvest that
would otherwise stop at the State
S H Pendleton of Santa Ana.
Cal., ha J hardly finished preening
"Such a road would, furthermore,
I Is feathers and congratulating him
cause large hotels to be built at ail
self on being the champion fisher
the principal towns through which
man of the Dpper I-ako so far tbij
the road would pass, and also would
year when he was rudely jarred by
cause better accommodations to be
Mr. Calkins of the launch Curlew,
rntde at or close to our sea coast and
who was tapping on his elbow with
on«- baud and with the other hand
"Yes. it certainly would be a great
ing him a package that staggered
State developer to construct a road
the «listingulvlej California fisher
running from east to west through
man. The package contained an
the State of Oregon via Crater Latke,
lS-pound trout, being four pounds
and I consider it a mistake for any
heavier than anything that fell a vic
taxpayer in the State of Oregon to
tim to the rod and reel of Mr. Pen
object to expending $100,000 in the
With ihe fish came a let
construction of a pnblic thor*r«gh-
ter—really a declaration of cham
fare to a point that has the possibili
pionship. It was hard to believe that
ties that Crater I^Ee has.
such a monster escaped the skill of
Furthermore, the expenditure of
Mr. Pendleton, and it was 6ome mo
that $100.000 v* ill cause to be ex
ments before he sufficiently recov
pended another $100,000 by the
ered from hie surprise to admit that
counties of Jackson and Klamath,
the laurels he so proudly wore hence
forth belonged to Dr. B. A Madris and several hundreds of thousands of
dollars by the government.”
of San Francisco.
Both men had fished together at
Odessa, and there was a great deal
of good-natured rivalry between
The champion fish was caught on <
Monday, July 5th, at 6 p. tn , the
doctor using a six-ounce rod and a
No. 5 Wilson spoon. It was landed
by drowning, and without net or
gaff. It required about forty min
utes to accomplish the task
It is a!
splendid specimen of the monster
rainbow trout found in the waters I
of northern Klamath.
It has be«>n some time since this
record has been equalled or sur
passed. the last occasion being when
Engineer Lippincott captured a 24-
poundef at Pelican Bay. That wax
three years ago.
All Within City Umits Must Be Bi
moved at Once.
Vri'KR LAKE NOTES.
Frank .McCornack has pumped the-
water out of the big dyked marsh
lying adjacent to bis house. Drying
up the land has caused this vast field
of tules to turn yellow, looking for
al! the world like a ripe grain field
when seen freni a distance.
Willard J Willett and Arthur Hil
liard have sole charge of the steamer
Hornet at present writing, they hav
ing bought Mr. Huffman's interest in
About all the piling for tbe new
box factory are driven, and the build
ing will be rushed tocompletion as
rapidly as material can be bad.
Hamilton, the Crusoe gardener of
Buck island, has a little of every
thing growing and will supply much
garden sass” to those desiring it
If there's times on lon«*some Stin
days that you do not feel like stay
ing at hom«' all day, but would rather
take your lunch basket and go out
for a small picnic, retuember St.
Cloud on Buena Vista Heights is the
place where you can look around a
circle of three hundred miles—look,
over forty square miles of blue wa
ters. green moorland, hazy hills and
far-off snow crown of Crater Lake.
It will cost you nothing for the use
of our present limited appointments,
and we will get acquaint'd free of
The attention of the Mayor bus
been called by the fire insurance
companies to the fact that there are
within the fire limits of the city sev
eral smokehouses and that these are
a menace to the surrounding proper
ty. It was intimated that if the city
did not take steps to condemn and
abolish them that the insurance rate
would, have to be raised. Followt:i,:
this suggestion, the Mayor and sever
al members of the Council made a
tour of Inspection Wednesday, with
th«« result that all smokehouses with
in the city limits have been con-
Cashier Holgate was in tbe cirj
demn«i«i and ordered removed forth- .
Tuesday from Bonanza.