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BONDS BO I HER
CITY FAI HERS
LEADING PAPER OF
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 28, 1909
nutriti Wii|'»ilnt»iul»'iil May Iler»» to
Mak»- Irrung» nient lot Entran»«'
s»X»N IO III
I III .< I II»
EDI.KH'H MA< HINE Af WORK
Wittering Trough» to Ik- Phu » <1 He*
»i»L- County Rou<t.
At Round Prairie, four miles west
[of K»-no Hprings, on the county road.
tmoll stXDI.RsoX \l UORKOX
MEETING OF DIREI TOR*»
; 1. D. Edler's machine Is boring for ar
SOON 111 HELD
il eMian water. This work is being
watched with interest by all the
I Le NI AR Illi OID COI NI Y ROAD MAY
ANO I III R CHY ranchers fr»»m tin- r»'servation to Wil- BONDS ARE NOI YE I SOLD
MIGHI (»II III I IIR PKK I
[son alley creek and from the Sprague
purfios»' of o
| river to Bonanza. It I h Mr. Edler's
the entrance Ilf till' W«'»
Hot Spring*» Idditlon May lncorix»r*
I lie I riliiiiilug ol III»- Oil* r of Morii» Into thl» city
Intention to place trough» beside the
lie hold a
ate lu Order to Get Hid of tie-
A < •». < mum ■» < olili! II t»i < »XI*
road for the convenience of
■Ider Xi-w Mo»«*
those who pass.
mi-mbi-r» of the council
Thirty-five thousand head of »heep
made formul request fur
T ik '
summering there, and it 1» now
Plans for the txew sch»x»l that, is to
Miivoi Sundei »■ U uud th»-elt> conn for th»* placing <»f poles <»n th»« »t«-» »-i»
be erected on the West Side are b »w
Probably at the ti< xt
til un- »Illi puszlltlg over the newer of tl>»- city,
li'ilid question W Ill'll tile i I'pii ii uUi nu--ting of the < »nil»» II an ordin.u>> ■■ attention <it •>< vera! capitalists during i»HU»- on ih< matter of the exten»ion river, some twenty miles, to water ev under consideration, and a meeting of
the past two weeks, and while every of the city limit», and will have. i< ery Iwo or three days, whereas if they the school board will be held during
live of Viei l Is A. Co of Portland Oline »III b>- Ini 1 <>du<'-»I grunting th • 1
effort nas been mad» to keep the mal ready for publication in a few day». could find water the cattle, horses ana 'the next few days for the nut pose of
here Im wa» lastructed lo iflm thelr I ii I nh I o I i desire»)
We bop»- to I»»- In this city by the tei quiet It lui» leaked out that before In it he 1» going to lay before th»- peo sheep, which would rang»- there could outlining a program governing the
original offi'r aliout 1600 Tilt» < bang»*
many mor'- »<■»!»» pass by there will ple living In the adjoining addition.» find water, too.
action to be taken. Nothing has been
of front dld not »liti Hi*- city fuihvr», tlist of lM«c»mber,'' said Mr M.»».
done relative to the dispo-a! of tne
and th»* advlsability of r<* advcrtlMlng "Our men ur»- now placing p»»l®» be
bonds that were voted for tta pur
tlie bonds wan thvn ill»«u*s«-'l
No tween Weed and Gruss Lake, and ai >■
their present pose. and this will be the first thing
n» itoli »in. tuk»*n. Hi»* »'nili»* mailer being closely folio»»'»! by tlie vire
It Im» not been fully <!»-<-'»b d back of these enterprises it has been boundaries. He is going over 'he or facilities they »an bore 1,200 feet ti.at will receive the attention of the
liuvlng I h » 11 »ululiliii-<l t»> City Attor meli
(>»<;, Drnk»- f«»r lil» opinion, and wheu Juni 1 » hut »V will do about an office I in possi tile to learn but the negotia- dinance» and also the »-orresfiondenc • but If they fail to find water at that dtrectcrs.
No attempt is to be mad : to erect
ibis I» rvn»l»*r»*»l thè councl) «ili de- bere nor where It will be locate«!. tpni» have progi »-ssi'd far enough to that ha» been had with the Hot depth they will go 1.200 f»?et deeper,
school this year, but plans »ill be
th»s»' multerà belng for futili.' (le-
< Idv » luti to »1»»
and specifications submitted
Th<- » ■ipltiilists 011 thè outsld» nr» t»-i nilnat lon
W»' will. however. Ii.iv»»
and the contract a»ard»d
«• Ignoi.mi n» h » <i|»>r»-d g< nllvtoan in un *-ffi»«* uptown and will probably
winter in order to let the
(fi Ica u» to thè nlze and dwrlop- tun»' two null employ <-<! here. The
| ment In the near future of the timber
prepare for the
iiiiiit of thln city, nnd thi^» wan evi- ■uTvic»- we propose inaugurating w til
country is to grow as it shoulcj, that erection of the building Just as soon
<lvn»»*d by ili»' Hurpri»»' uinnlfested by be the very beat ut our disposal, sc»'.
1 one of the largest on tlie coast. and lu meet the demands of the residents »11 those who live here should work to- as possible after the winter is ever.
Mi tlilniur«*. tlii* representatlv»' «»f we feel that this city will have mi
It is the intention of the board to
Morti» a Co li l» stile t»» say timi If ciiu •»■ to compluin about the trial- I ns modern as money can make It. ll» the additions He recognises that g»-ther for the g<x>d of all. Mr. Edler.
a structure that will be a source
tlie borni» are re adv»>rtl»rd timi therv iiienl tt will rvcdve from the West*
to the city and the subject of
»III I h - mort* than t»<> blddvi». and era Union ” '
h « tv "»1 by u spur lightening them as to how far the he is willing to do his part.
of new comers. Vltc site
Ihe tua»or nii'l round) wlll noi In* sur*
Mr May expects to leave in the
of the most sightly in
pii»» <1 If thè) re» v|ved a b»-lter l»ld morning for San Francisco, but will
the city, and can be easily viewed
than »'Itiicr <>f thè two »iibmltt»*d In return again In about tht»-»- w»-ek.t.
The residents of the Hot Springs that neighborhood will also be bene from the railroad. This will be an im
an»w»*i tu thè prrvlou» advvrti»vm»*ut wl »'ll final arraugem -iitH will be mud will not lx- ho much of a surprise, as
It 1» the natural outcome of th»* gr»-at addition are particularly anxious to fited, as they know themselves.
portant matter when this is a main
The councll levi» thut slave thè) for II»».- opi-nlng of the office
development of the farming section »»■e something done that will rid them
line city, for it will secure the atten
w» ie hdd up so long by Ki-an A Co.,
tion of thousands of travelers passing
.1» to prvyint tlu- »i>innn-ii«-»*iin*nt of
OLDTIMEBK' REt XION
through. Since the election of Mr.
wotk on ih»* systetn thl» yoar, therv I»
J»>lin liuti. Arti - \ isitlng Manv Ottici
Goeller no meeting of ths board has
nu nevd for any great speed at tills
Place«, Rcturqp to K la ma (li
been held, and not'untif tL le members
lime, and thvy have
Fall» to May.
together officially will any'hing
Object of tin- Ho-let).
when thè oond» are again sol»! the
ml<< wlll stick, ami thè city «IH gd
John Britt, who for several years so of a definite character be agreed on.
A meeting of th<< Klninatb ' mifl 'ord»-r to care-for it warehouse facll- will be in a position to regulate the
All of thl» > sn t><- work«*d
acceptably filled the position of man
- matter of stock, street lights and oth-
»»ut In siifli» l»*nl lime to ndmlt of ad Pioneer» was held Saturday at the jitle» were absolutely neci-ssary.
l 1‘1’ER LAKE NOTES
ager for Schallock & Daggett, and
About six weeks ago Sacramento er municipal problems in a manner
vrrtlslng for l>ld» for thè system sud 1 courthouse Thirty-five member» were
who at the time of the transfer of the
Business is booming on the Upper
(he nwaidliig of tln- contrari ho uh ti» I '• »-nt »wl »lgn»-»l their nan»» 1 and people were in the market for Klam that will prove satisfactory to those business to Shive Bros. & Co., went
water front, the saw mill, box
pei Kilt of work Milnmendng « t-» ti th»*
east, returned to this city Friday-
two big dredgers, the steam
o» »*uin i>p»-ns n»-xt Hprlng
evening. There are few men in thecity
pi'ited at the •neet 11 ; lu-l.l last as they drop|x »l out the price of (
who are so popular as Mr. Britt, and shovel and construction trains make
sui ing on Railroad Da) we: ».< adopted win at fell ten cents a hundred, but
(.EYsIRS IX LOWER LIKE
his host of frientjs will be glad to it a busy place.
• eli cted ■ immediately raised when the agents
The folowing officer» w
Five steamers make regular trips
learn that he has returned, especially
A curious phenomena has recently
When the A N W club, with their • > A. Stearns, president
» < Apple of th»* Sacramento interests re-entered
when they know that he conies to
hu-diand» and Invited guest», rang the gate. vice preaident M«- h Emm. If th«* market. It Is a lack of ware been i observed in the Lower Klamath
Wickstrom with the Eagle
houses that has kept other buyers out lake about four or five miles south-
»loorlx'll hi the home of Mr. and Mrs < o|. swell, secretary and tri-'isiirei-
During his absence he has visited
R Wattenburg Friday evening they
Before adjournment Nott tuber sth of the county, and-this fact reaching west of Merrill, in Siskiyou county.
The Hooligan is towing for the mill
many places, and returns so thorough
There are several places where
wcr«» met by ghostly and witch like w.is selected as the next meeting lay' (he ears of capitalists s»x>n brought Cal
ly convinced that there is no place
figures, »ho b) motion» direct»*d them
Th»' Pioneers' associ.' turn dales them her»* for the purpose of caring the water In the lake boils up in a
that has the future to it that Klam
sort of geyser some three feet in
upstalru. There they arrayed them- I'.u k as fur as the late tail or iX8P. for th»* demand.
ath Falls has. Throughout the mid trade.
height and four or five feet in diam-
selves in sheets nnd luaHks and soon though the first meeting ■vi . Io Id this
The Hornet is doing promiscuous
dle West there is a great unrest, ev
a ghostly prot i ' sh I ou nii'il down th»- ;»-ir on Railroad Day. limn lit»* so-
1 eter. They were first seen a couple
eryone being desirous of c-oming to towing.
of weeks ago by the children of F.
. »lairs and Into tin* pleasant parlor», < ,« t) was partly organise I, commit
The Winema runs to various points
the Pacific coast. In his old home
wli»'i<* half an hour was spent In try t. <•» were appointed, and today the
Hartman, who pass the locality twice
the lake with
One of the richest strikes ever
neighborhood in Minnesota upwards
ing to (H hcovci the Identity of the organization was completed.
each day on their way to school in
mad»- In Western Oregon wan made in
of 5V0 people left there this summer
The masks »ere
Merrill. The matter was mentioned
The organisation has for its object
Another of those vast tule fires
the North Fairview- mine. Bohemia
tor the coast, and three-fourths of
then removed nnd prize» nwarded.
in school, and last Sunday Mr and
the collection ol all historical records.
for two miles along McCor
district, a few days ago, The ore Is
those remaining hope to follow some
Mrs. F. M White, Mr». Geo. Ilurn books. pletiiri'H and relics that are in
Mrs. Wm. A. Wilson, Miss Campbell,
mack's shore a few nights ago. It
fabulously rich, nnd the ledge is five
•time in the future.
and Mr». ('. (' llogu»* 11»-»! foi first any way connected with the history
one of the teachers of the Merrill
About I Wii feet of the
It is to this great tide of etnigra- was a magnificent spectacle, lighting
prize, nnd Geo. t'hiistiiln and C. C. and grow ili of Klamath county.
school, and Will Wilson drove over
ledge is free milling ore. and the rich
tlon that the Pacific coast owes its up this part of the lake and making
llogu» for the booby prize.
to the lake in a carriage to see the
All file old-timers In tlie county
stuff Is a stringer running along the
great growth in population in the past the sky lurid with its glare.
.Mr. nnd Mis Hogue were then pre- .liotild Join the society. Its high aims
geyser^ -J»lr. W. A. Wilson informs
New houses in Shippington are
hanging wall. The find was made on
three years, and is indicative of what
. Hied with ■ollie beautiful »-lit Klass .»re w-utiiy <>f their zealous support,
us that he saw three geysers out in
new any more; they build
the surface, only 200 feet below the
the future has in store for this part
In honor of their thirty-fifth wedding nnd the nodal benefits they will re
tile lake some half mile away, of the
them so fast mushrooms are of slow
main tunnel. Bohemia will get to lie
of the West.
anniversary, nflei which they received ceive nr»- wurth while. They will lie
appearance described above.
growth in comparison.
i great camp.
th»- < iingrat ulat Ions and gooil wishes able to meet filose who. wit 11 them,
i reported that there is a larger one
More new wells are being bored at
of those present, This was a great In st mini»' and settled tills county.
bat sometimes boils up high as a
We are told the aver
place« / with
Kiirprl»»* to Mr. nnd Mrs llogu»*, who
man's head and with a roar like a
water is about 75
Klamath county. 1 was wrong, and
full) npprei-liiti'd th»* esteem and
A meeting of the directors of t
train of cars crossing a bridge
Mrs. R. R. Hamilton Is expected
so will anyone else be wrong if he feet.
friendship of the giver».
rill Re» ord.
home on Wednesday. She will be ac s<-hool board was held th's afte: tio
The big dredger Klamath Qheen.
leaves here with the idea of finding a
I'leasant »-»mversatlon and games
companied by tin- doctor's parents, at the public school The meeting w
having finished her work at the rail
^l»>llow»*d. mill tlicr»' living a • b-lii it
J. G. Swan, county school superin
1 whom she has been visiting, and thet called to elect a <lir»*»-tor to till t he
than he leaves behind. . My advice to way landing, was towed to Rattle-
rd fortum teller present many availed
returned Friday evening
v.ill remain here about a week, The vacancy caused by the resignation of
those here is to forget about
the other snak point by the steamer Hornet on
1 heinselv»'» of the opportunity to learn
from a trip through the eastern part
doctor's father Is pautor of tlie First G. W. White.
Klamath ¡ Saturday afternoon.
place and get in and
what the future held for them.
.of th»> country. Whil atomi he vis-
The »'lection resulted as follows:
Cent ml M E. church lit Portland.
The steamer Winema brought a
to be the best
After partaking of delicious re
iti'd th»* Pine Grove. Dairy, Hllde- county what it is sure 1
J. F (Jodler 12. O. A. Stearns ti.
large log raft for Moore Bros, yester
section on all the Pacific coast.”
fresh..... nt», the guests departed fer
J. 1’. Wolfe was in town from Mer brand and Bly schools. All schools
day. The logs are from Balls bay,
their homes, voting Committ»'»' No. 1
are doing good work. At Pine Grove
the steamer had a long tow of It.
of th»* A. N. W. club perfert »■nt»T-
the lumber is on the ground for a new
Adams dredger Is rapidly cut
The) are pretty bus) nt the mills |school building and work will begin
of the experimental farm at Brawley now receiving the grain hauled in by on It at once, The Bly district will church will give a social Thursday ting the »anal from the lake to the
Rccitiver of the Imkevlew lamd for tin- Imperial Valley Investment the different ranchers in the county. also take steps for th«' erection of a evening. October 2Sth. at the home of high land on the north boundary of
Office F. I’. Cronemiller and wife and j company. He has a three years' con Those who doubt the fertile quality of new school building. Superintendent Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hogue, on Sixth Shippington. and will soon be half
son, Fred, arrived from Wood river, tract with the company.
Swan »111 leave Monday morning for street. Every member and friend of way across the marsh.
our soil should pay the mills a visit.
where they have been for the past
1 a trip through th»* west side of th?
Mrs. Chas F. Stemwell, whose hus
Richard Croker's oft-quoted opin : county.
three weeks. They will lenve In a
Ills band Is interested in the Portland ion that New York is the best go-
collide of days for Lakeview,
Dorsey E. Johnson and wife of Mer
many friends are glad fo see him Store, let! for Seattle, where she will erned city in the yorld has not tempt
rill are staying at the American.
visit frlendH for a couple of weeks.
ed hint to live there.
looking so well nnd happy.
the church and congregation is in
vited to be present and enjoy a social
The late E. H. Harriman eclipsed
evening. A musical program has even his record as an active financier
been arranged and refreshments will when he drew up a will that is con
ceded to be absolutely lawyer-proof,
be served. No charge.