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ATTORNKY-tilNERAL HOLDS HE-! the board authority, under tho law,
Io link file people to Vote upon n «'«r
I.EtTIONOI HMM k VILLI.Gil.
N. C, <>. APPEALIN’«; TO WKHTERN
PACIFIC FOR AHSIHTANtE
lain alle ua lo whether they »hall
Will Not «•»«Hub Hie ItoltlluK of \ ii - purehn»« It. und then th« board bo
other l.l«<Holi, When II Hile
bound to take thut alte, no mutter
Mu) lie lu'Hiilly < lio«« ««
wl.nl price the owner may attach to
Hill 1» lletag Forced Hou I h *ly the
l*orHun«l Pa| mt »—-.May He (In-
Drenui of IU*|M>rter».
It after tho Voto. Tho director»
Th» latest lallroad report to come
The election held to vole on u j might be authorised to purchaao any
rhoieo for u »«liool alt« la void, mid nit« no voteil upon, proper notice be In 1» th« frantic effort that 1» being
If the »«liool board liud proceeded Ina Klveti mid only one alt« being made by the N. ('. A O. to make some
tinder the Inatructloiia then glvon, it* voted for what It connldereil to lie u tort of traffic arrangement» with the
action would hnvu been lll«'gnl.
reasonable price tor th« same, pro Western Pacific. It was reported nt
Much la the opinion of Attorney- vlded they could mak« a contract one time thut Hill owned this line, I
General Crawford I’hu reault la thut with the owner therefor. In tuy und it another thut Gould hud ac
the acliool board will tiuvo to do ovci opinion, Hi« dlHti'Ict la In Juat about quired It. Neither of there saem to
again what It Nought to do nt tin* the amile (Mialllon It would be In If lie core«ct from the latest »lory. 1
A different courae no vole whatever hud b«< n taken and H<ime time ugo the Western Pacific
will have lo b« puraued, however. All no election i ailed, mid I would ad went to the N. C A O. people and
alt«<a to lie voted on will hnvu to be via« that the board enter Into som« ask««! for traffic arrangements. Thut
placed In eacrow, mid each will have agreement, mid then cull un election I was before the change of freight and
to bo »pacifically act forth In the cull to Vote upon th« agreement. If It la 1 liiissi iigcr buslnes» to thia city, and
for election. In thia way the voter dealruble to Ink« whut la termed In I Inasmuch as this little line thought
will know what he la chooalna, und vour letter aa the Moor« Site, which It hud a monopoly that It could not
the ranult of tha election will 1» la offered ua u gift mol recommended lone, It refused to have anything to
blndlna on tho bonrd mid the ilia by Ito voterà, let u deed be mad« lo with th«» Gould line. Now, how
and delivered to the t/uat««N for aald ever, there 1» a different story. They
Following la the letter received «It«. The transact Ion then would be have changed th« Ir tune and ar«
ratified ut mi i*l««tlon properly called S t«’iirfuIly appealing to It for help, j
from th« Attorney-General:
for thut purpose, mid I think you Their app«-ul Is fulling on d«af ear»,
Hint« of Oregon.
'or the Western Pacific will hav<-
vili secure a alte in u manner which
j none of It. This same story Ims It
he law will hold valid, mid the till«
Kul. in, .Inly 15. I.....
lint Hill und Gould have made a re
Hon J W. Siemens, Clerk of Hchool i« held good, mid the officer» of th<
nt iigr«em«nt to help each other
Iilatrlet No. 1, Klamath Falla, llatrlct will not bo laying themaelve»
>ut, io th«’ end that Gould will get
liable in uny manner by such pro
nto Portland und Seattle and Hill ■
lH*ar Hlr: Replying to your» of •ceding». To give >6,000 for block
vill get Into 'Frisco, both giants
the 13th Inatnnt, requesting opinion >f«> 9, If thut I» much more than the
lulling their force» against their
of thia office* ua to whether n certnli iroper'y la worth, would. In my opln
ommon enemy. It la the result of
vote taken by the »aid dlatrlct or on, be ultra vlrva and void. Th«
hl» agreement that cause» the turn-
Juno 5, 1909, relative to tho lorntloi •oard would have no l<'gal tight to
liter Into »urli a contract and claim town of the N. C. & O. Under pr«li
and pitrcha»« of n echoolhouoe alt« I
nt conditions It would seem that It'i
i»tin>utlou by t«uMin of the elec
binding and create» n contract upoi
■» only a matter of time before there i
Ion Ju»t hdd.
tho bonrd, I beg to nay that an
wttl be a need for a receiver.
V«ry r«-ap«ctfully youra,
undoratand tho facta. May 15th, tin
If th«« stories coming from Port-1
A M CRAWFORD,
<l«r Instruction» from th« board, you
und ure true, then J. J. HID Is still I
aa clerk of tho dlatrlct, poated thre
luildlng bls rallroud through Cen-1
notice» calling an election for tin
Oregon. The old saying of
lit |i ll»N HOLD liltll I KfiMlON
purpore of voting on n achoolhoiia
‘where there Is re much smoke,
here must be some fire" would seem
Second That such election wu
1. «.. Wilkin« I» Elected to Illi th« I o apply to this case, unless the
held June 5th at tho public school
«hole structure Is founded on the
Vacnncy—.Mayor Manderson Al>-
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.'hid imagination of the Portland
scnl II««mi»« of lllnc»«.
Third That ths result was fo
reporter». On«’ suspicious plan has !
The City Council met Monday night nud« its appi-urance, and that Is the
block No. 7, 17 ballots, for block No
•irauunt to adjournment. Present, «ported purchas«« by HID of the old
kN, 9 ballots; for block No. 9. 32 bal
,. F. Willits, president; Councilman Medford and Crater Lake road. It !
lots; for block No. It. no ballots.
ianka, Ciistid, Summers, Obenchaln, s hnid to »re Just where this line
The total number of votes cast wu
tN. Therefor«, no alt" received « '«di«« Judge l.iuvltt und Marshal O. would benefit Hill If he wants to get I
majority of all the vote» caul.
«» 'Frl»ro, a» Is reported. It begins
Permits were granted as follows: md ends nowhere. Kven If It were
Fourth Thut block 7 had been of
B. F Shepherd, one-story brick on •xtend««! Into Cen'ral Oregon, as If
Cored to the board prior to th«' «de«
lion at >1,250; that block RK hu«' <>t S blk Id.
iromotcrs allege It will be, there
11. 8. Van Sickle, addition to build- vould be little advantage In it to
been offered fr<*« of charge; thn'
blin k 9 had not been Considered b ; ng on lot 4 blk 4.
Illi, for It Is certnln that he has no'
Chas. Iilohn, addition to dwelling lesire to get Into the Coos Bay coun
th« board mid no offer mad«', and
that after the election the owners of 1 in tot 4 blk 84.
try. There Is nothing for him to
The resignation of Councilman An rain by just coming hit«» Oregon and
th« block demand««! >6,000 for th«
keny from th«’ First ward was a«- Mopping there. If he stnrts south he
Fifth That »Inc« tho vote hai- I opted anil M. G. Wilkins was elected »Til not stop until h«r reaches ‘Frisco.
been taken tho board has b««n of > to fill the vacancy and was sworn In.
Hr. who visited Mid-I
fer«d a alt« free of churge, and a pe I
tltlon that th« off«r be accepted has , rod tired. r«*ad In full. pnssM to scc- land Friday, r«f>orts that the stock
«•ns being erected there will provide
been sign««! and presented to the I ind reading and read by title:
with first-clans, up-to-date than >3.0'1 for th«’ live and >1 30 for; applied in satisfaction of said execu-' CUy Treasurer, Klamath Falls,
board, containing tho names of 140 |
and when complete«!, the dead yellow pine, >1.35 for the Hon. order and dt-cre«, int«r«*st and Oregon.
taxpayer» und legal voters of the ills llnuncc to authorise the filling It. of
live and 50 cents for the d«*ad whit« costs and all accruing costs and over
Said bonds will be issued in de-
decoud street between Main and I which will be about July 20th, will j
fir, >2 25 for the live and >1.25 for plus. if any there be, to be paid unto nominations as follows, to-wit:
Sixth There Is nothing In the let Xlamuth avenue.
the dead lodgepole pine, pef thou said court to be further applied as by j 20 bonds of the denomination of
By Councilman Hanks An ordi attic offered for transportation in sand feet. B. M. will be co»sidere<l
ter showing that th«» notice culling
an economical as well as convenient
for tho election presented the fact» nance declaring wkat shall consti
and a deposit of >200.00 must be
Dated at Klamath Fells, Oregon,! 30 bonds of the denomination of
und conditions to the people.
sent to the First National Bank of this 12th day of July. 1909.
By Councilman Obenchaln -An or- the Hereford cattle belonging to the Portland, Oregon (U. 8. De;>ository),
No. 9 having recelviAl th« highest
W. B. BARNES.
50 bonds of the denomination of
number of votes, no price wu» at- | llnance providing for codifying and
which have been sold to Miller A- to be placed to the credit of the Sheriff of Klamath County. Oregon. >100.00.
tach ««I. and. therefore, tho vot«’ of * 1
United States, for each bid submitted
Each proposal to purchase must be
It was moved and carried that the Lux, aggregating between ten aud to the supervisor. Timber upon ‘
2 3 for block No. 9 cannot be consld j
by a certified check for
cr«*d aa creating u contract with th« iresldent appoint two persons to act
shipped out from this point. A grow valid claims is exempted from sale City of Klanukth Falls Sewer Bonds 5 per cent of amount bld.
owner of said block and the district
Said bonds to be sold for cash
Sealed proposals will be received
ing n«>cd at Midland is the establish The right to reject any and all bids
The only way thut n vote of thut na resolution the president appointed
is reserv«»d. For further Informa by the undersigned, Police Judge paid down at time of delivery and
ment of an eating house.
tore could be considered aa a con
tion and regulations governing sales, of the City of Klamath Falls,Oregon, for not less than their par value.
tract w«mld be for n definite off*! ker as such fire wardens.
address the undersigm’d.
The right is reserved by the Coun
until the 26th day of July, 1909,
On account of Ilin« »», Mayor San
made to the bonrd for the sale of a
M L. ERICKSON,
from Bonanza Friday en route to
at the hour of 1:30 o’clock p. m. for cil to reject any and all btda.
certain alte, and then tho terms mid
Missouri on business and pleasure, i
Dated at Klamath Fall», Oregon,
the purchase of >40,000.00 six per
conditions of the offer placed In tin Judge Willits occupied tho chair.
While East he will visit relatives at
cent coupon sewer bonds,or any part' June 24th, 1909.
notices calling tho uleetlon, so that
St. Joseph, Boonville and St. Louis.
A. L. LEAVITT,
thereof, to be issued in pursuance!
SHERIFF S SALE.
th« people would know for what It 1 to July 38th.
Police Judge of the City of
of an ordinance adopted by the^
was called, what kind of u contract
IDVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of, Common Council of said city on the
Klamath Falla, Oregon.
NIIOI 1.1» JOIN II \NDS.
they were voting to rutlfy or distil- .
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Oregon for the County of Klamath. 22d day of June, 1909, and under;
low, etc. Nothing of that kind. It
American Bank and Trust Cum- 1 an act of the Legislative Assembly
One thing that should claim the I County Court will receive sealed bltfi«
seems, was done In thia case. There
attention of the Chamber of Com up to and including the 2d day of I any, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. E of 1905, filed in the office of the Sec
fore, no contract was entered Into by
merce and business men of this city August, 1909, for the construction of t B. Burwell, defendant.
retary of State, February 13, 1905,
virtue of sal«l vote with the owners
is tho question of Joining hands with ill wooden bridge across Ix)st river; Sult In Equity to Foreclose a Mort entitled an "Act to Incorporate the
bv Charles Somerville, the
of block 9, und even If the price had
Medford. That city has worked hard near Its mouth and at the place now gage.
l>« ' li stated In the notice, 1 do not
celebrated newspaper criminal
NOTICE is hereby given that by
tor the development of Crater Lake, occupied by the bridge known as tho
Said bonds will be payable 20
think It would create a contract un i The Intel «sis of Medford und thiH "Whitney bridge."
virtue of an ex«jcution and order ot years from date of issue, Interest to
reporter, is only one of the
less a majority of all th«* votes cast
Bidders to submit plans and speci sale duly issued out of the above be paid semi-annually on the 1st
Idly In the great wonder uro Iden
big features that make the
In the election had b«*« n In fuvor of tical, and consequently every move fications with each bid, each bidder named court and cause on the 13th
day of October and April of each!
E verybody ’3 very much
block No. 9, which la not the case.
ment of any moment should have tho to deposit 5 per cent <tf the amount day of July, 1909. upon a decree
As to block NN, It receive«! only 9 united support of both. Heretofore of his bld to be forfeited to the coun made and entered for record in said year;
votes, and could not be considered 'It lias been Medford that has started ty in case the award is made to him court in said suit on the 10th dav of payable in lawful money ot the.
United States at the office of the
There are five other live
as creating a contract.
| th«» bull rolling In nearly every Im and If he fails or neglects or refuses July, 1909, in favor of the abov»
For the reasons above stated, no portant move that has been made to for a period of two days after such named plaintiff, directing the sale of ■
articles, and SIX STORIES
contract call be considered as created spread tho fnmo of Crater Lake. In award Is made to enter Into a con the premises herein described, to sat-1
that you can’t afford to miss.
between the board and the owner» of futur« both cities should be together tract and fll<> his bond In the manner isfy the sunt of >2,190.70, and >33.50 ,
block No. 7. You any In your letter In the work. Many big projects are required by the County Court. The «osts and disbursements, and the
that block No. 7 had been offered to under way and under consideration Court reserves the right to reject any further sum of >200 attorney’s fees.'
the bonrd at *1,250. You do not for the advertising of this center of land all blds.
making a total of >2,424.20, with in
say, however, that that offer was attraction, and In their promotion
For Sal» By
tereat on said sum from the day of j
C. R. DeLAP.
mad« a part of the notice calling the ‘there should be nothing but unity of
the rendition of said decree, and ac- .
F. £. ANKENY
election. If it was not, tho voters I action and harmony.
were not voting upon thnt proposi
NAI.K OF TIMBER. .
Now, therefore, in view of said ex- I
tion. They wore simply exprc»slng
Medford, Oregon, July 2, 1909.
CONFER ON IRRIGATION.
ecution and in compliance with same..
a choice as to a alte, mid if the offer
Sealed blds, marked outside, "Bid,
I have duly levied on said premises ' PHONE 433
on block No. 7 was put In the notice,
15. The Timber Sale Application. April 28,
nnd will, on Saturday, the 14th day
then It fulled to receive a majority Senate Irrigation committee dined to 1909, Crater,” and addressed to M.
of August, 1909, at 10 t'clock a. nt.!
of all th« votes cast, only 17 out of night with Senator Newland» at his L. Erickson. Medford, Oregon, will
on saki day, at th«* front door of the
4N being for block No. 7. Therefore, suburban home. President Taft was be received up to and including the
county court house at Klamath Falls,
In tuy opinion, no contract win en also present, together with Director
merchantabl«) dead timber standing Klamath county, Oregon, sell at pub
tered Into whatever between tho dis Newell of the Reclamation Service.
lic auction to the highest bidder for
trict nnil the owners of any of the
In an Informal way th«« whole Irri or down, and all the live timber
blocks at »aid election, and nil the gation situation was discussed. Those marked for cutting by the forest of cash in hand, all the right, title and
effect that sal«! election can have, In senators who disapproved of some ficer on a designated area located Interest of the above named defend
Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity an t
my opinion, Is advisory to th«j board. changes In regulations by Secretary within the NW *4 of SW*4 of section ant in and to the following describe«!
reli-ibility nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly
every city and town in the United States at 1
If you wish to select a »Ito under Bullinger took the opportunity to 10, township 38 south, range 6 east, real property situated in Klamath
or by mail direct. More told than
section 79. page 39 of the school voice their jirotests. Senator» ’lorah. Willamette meridian. Crater Nation county, Oregon, to-wit:
any other make. Send tor free catalog te.
SW% of Section 30, Township 39
Met ALL'S MAGAZINE
laws of 1909, In my opinion, you Joncs nnd Chamberlain wen ’¿resent. al Forest, Oregon, estimated to be
More subscriber« than any other fashion
150,000 feet R. M. of live and 10,000 South, Range 10 East, Willamette
must hnv«« a definite contract for a
magaxine—million a month. Invaluable. Lat
styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery,
J. II. Dyer, superintendent, nnd T.
site, and put the substance of thnt
p’ain 'sewing, fancy needlework, hairdressing,
Together with all tenements,
etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 60 cent.-» a
contract in tho notice calling the II. Krttltschnitt, roadmnster of tho 000 feet B. M. of live and 1,000 feet
year (north double), including a free pattern.
election, nnd vote upon that one par Southern Pacific company, arrived on B. M. of dead white fir, 30,000 feet hereditaments an«l appurtenances
Subscribe today, or send for sample copy,
ticular proposition. Then tho bonrd a tour of Inspection Friday In tho
to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue
would be authorized to expend the private car ‘•Pacific," returning this dead lodgepole pine, saw timber, log appertaining.
and new cash prise ofTeis. Address
The proceeds of said sale will be
¡scale, more or less. No bid of less
TBE BkCAlX CO.. 2» to Ml W. 37lb SU NSW YOkfc
money for the »Ito, but In no cn»e ha» morning.
Stop and Figure!
Is in the Center
Sure to be the principal ship
ping and receiving point
Klamath, Langell, Poe and
Buy Lots now while they are being
Sold at 10 per cent of their value
How Thieves Live
PAUL E. SCHAUER
Geo. Constable, D. V. S.