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WHAT IS WANTED
U HO I EAKM IT IK>U \
WHAT HAS IHE OPPOSITION DONE?
vote to accept the site. i,.-t th « vote
naiilmou» as It I» po»-|j[
¡lil«- to rnak< it I' will glv«* th« lie <!
to th«- slanders that hav«- been fired
against the only men who have ever
done anything to make a city here.
«'•■«»«• listening to the xor«-h«-ad». who
ar« pleading for THEIR own Inter
ista. You hav«- your own business
Any |M-r»a«ii who n«-»-«!» glaMae-
to care for nnd th«- best way to do so
AT ALL. ii «-<«1 m them just AM
It to build up the city, that a» it
«luickly a» they «un I m - linci.
grows yon will grow.
DAILY MKT <»l TRANSFER*
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IlMIlt« of til«'
A*. Ml RI mm h FillTIIKIl
DMMNB HIM HIDE OF CASE
lit« Own liKun1« <•«« io
h I ioh
%«■« • |>tmir<* <>f tin- Hit«- Will
Ha»«- M« hi <)
I h« re I* in old «tajlng (hat If you
gl«n u «alf enough rope Il will hang
itself." This wax never better illus
trated than In th«- present «-oatroversj
over th«' removal of th«- court houa«-
The lat«-»t mathetnatIrian to enter
ihe Reid la II A* Murdoch Mr Mui-
<Jork ha» never been known n» (»o»-
M MlnK a very ardent d«n«lr«- to sac-
ilnce hl» own Interests for th«- bene
fit of th. dear people. und It la a safe
afatenieut to tuuki* that hi» interest
in keeping th«- court house where It
now la not due to a dealr«- to save
the taxpayer» money, a» he no ar-
d< ntly tri«-» to make It ap|H«ar II«*
litis made th«- statement that If hr
li.id a chanc« he would produc«- fact»
and figure« that would be unanswer
able. and hr hna at last »ecured thnt
It 1» altnoat true that
they ar«- unanswerable, for they are
»o ridiculous as to be nearly beyond
the pale of consideration However.
I lie Herald «III give a summary of
llr ba»e» hla figure» on th«- a»-
«pinptlon that th«- court houae will
i« main for 100 years on whatever
il«* It may b«- erected, and then pro-
<<<«d« to show th«- debit nnd credit
»Id«* of the can«
Cost of «radio« «nd filling new
I I I fl *>,000. I | I VMllt«- O|
water right of old site, $2,000, (31
«oat of reservoir »it«*. $6,000; (4)
< oat of cement retaining wall. $5,000.
<5) cost of laying pip«-» for hot
water, $5,280; <61 cost of city water
for heating purposes to I m * heated
In the hot springs for 100 years.
$26,000 (7) coat of pumping plant.
$5,000 <xi «(»'rating and maintain
ing name and help therefor, for loo
'•*ars. $200,000; 191 cost of new
highway $20,000; total debit. $360..
Credit account (1 • old site. $.30.-
<><t0, (2> cost of filling old site. $5.-
OoO; (3i sav«*d on wnlks. etc., $5.-
t«00; (4 1 fuel tor 100 years. $60,000;
total saved. $90,000. thus making it
<<>st the county $271,220 more Ihnn
If It retains the present site
Now for th«- facts
It will cost th«- county, accepting
Mr. Murdock's figures, which are
«•ver $16,000 too high, for grading
»nd filling new sit«-. $ lx,000, retain
Ing wall, which is unnecessary, $5.-
«00; cost of city water $25,000; total
Items 3, 5, 7, 8, are dis
allow <*d because there will be n<> ne-
< csalty for reservoir sites, nor pump
ing plants Th«- coat of laying the
pipes from the hot springs to the
iiulldlng. Item 5, will not be any
irerter than would be the cost of
Installing a heating plant. Item 2.
value of water right appurtenant to
old «He. is disallowed, because It -s
worth as much after the court house
Is removed as It Is now. and can I««
»«Id for that amount. It will thus
I««- seen, that the county will have to
expend $48,000. Mr Murdock ad
mits that It will save $90,000, thus
leaving a credit of $42,000. Add to
thia the value of th«- new site with Its
improvements, of $55,000. and the
county will be ahead $92,000. which
la $2,000 more than has ever been
claimed for the property offered by
th«- Klamath Development Company.
There Is only on«- consider it lor. to
i«e reached, based on th«* "fact» and
figures" that have been presented hy
thoa«- favoring th«* retention of the
court house on Its present site -«nrt
troubl«- Just (liât much mon-.
We liav«- u irr*' wrvi«-«’ of ex-
that I« for unj-
iHHiy and <-v«-rylx>d>
Unit«!«l States to Thoma- Mi« had,
HE ft of Sec. 29-3 8-11 ft.
United Stat«»» to Thotnax
The pax' winter ba» b«*en a bar«! NW ft of HW ft and Sft of SWft of
V4 <• employ «mly tlx most ««|>-
one on th- merchant» of the city, Sec. 28, and NW ft of NW ft of See.
prove«! m«-fho«l» for testing the
i Th«- sum»- ix true nt the past two 33-38-1 1 ft
-yr, and result» urr always wliat
| years. Th«- prime raum of th«- trouble
they »lioukl h»-.
Thotnax Michael to S. P. Michael,
lies In th« fact that ther«- are no HWft of BE ft and W ft of HE >4 of
w«.-ekly payrolls in this city, Who Is HE ft of Sw-. 29-38-1 1 ft ; $604
Tnkc atlvantag« of our offer.
responsible for that condition'’ Ther«-
Thomas Micha«-! to H. P Michael,
are men h- r«- whose duty it xhoul«! NW ft of
H. J. WINTERS
hav«- been >«- aid in every way pos $400.
sible to bring in here capital and
Graduate and State R«-gi»t«-red
Thomas .Michael to T P. Michael,
But wliat hax C. S NEft of HE ft of H«, 29 and NW ft
Moor«-. G. T Baldwin, E l< R«-ames. of SWft of 8e< 28-38-11 ft; $600.
L. F. Wiillth. Fred Melbas«- and many
Thomas Michael to Martha J.
I others that might be named, don«- for Michael, Eft of HE ft of SWft of
GOOD HEED RYE
i th«- city ami the merchants? Have Sec 29 and Wft of SWft of SWft
ONLY ONE IIAIl LE» I
; they don«- aught but promote their of Sec. 28-38-11 ft ; $400
400 bushels of good seed rye for
own interest-«, irrespective of what it
Thoma» Michael to Mi rd le W
: cost their f«-llow buxines» men? When Michael. HE ft -of SWft and Eft of sale, $1.75 per hundred at ranch.
that I» to strepi th«* sit« off« r« il .«• «I
JOHN DE PUT.
UE NOW LOOKING EDO NEW EDITOR | the Evening Herald refused t«> do the SWft of SWft of Sec 28-38-11 ft; 2-3-tf
thus save t«> the county ot 1«*a» 1
Moore, did they not bulldoz«- the
Thoma» Michael to A. L. J. Michael,
RELINQUISHMENT AVAR BALE
i IBM, « «I.MBIAA MEMBER* H YVK I other business lioutu-x into support-
NW ft of NW ft of Se< 33-38-11 ft;
M.AM4TH COI ATI REMAINS
H AD TO ■’III«. II"
IN TUA- DRY txil.lMA
160 acres of land near railroad.
1 benefit is It to you. Mr. Merchant,
F P Michael to A L Michael, cabin and barn, for $300. Running
j or to th«* community’ Imex it pub- NE ft of HE 44 of Sec. 29 and NW%
stream. I have about eight home
hii |> i «'| ii < < ««uri Hustuiii» tin Dt*ci»ioii le ginning t«> Realise Use Trould«-»
< lish all of the new«? Do«?» it reach nt SWft of Sec. 28-38-11 *4; $200.
of latwrr Court in H«lli<t-<i-
I olloM tng an Alffort to Hal*«-
steads, level and good running water
(the people who spend their money
Sarah Jane Woods to A. L. Michael, For particulars write to
« '»»tel I » m -
Tlw-ir •IO,(MM> Ital«y
at home, or doe» it go into the homes NW ft of SEft of Sec 29-38-11 ft:
of those who »end away for th«*ir $10.
Th«- Huptemi* Court of th«- Htat--
Birdie W. Thompson to A. A.
There 1» trouble in the camp of
hux hunded down a d«*«lslon sustain
even groo-ri«*s? Look over your
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ing the decision of th«- lower court. th«- Ilog Combine, and all because Its books end se<* how much money the Michael. BE ft of SWft and Eft of
rend«*r«-d bj Judge Benson, In th«* $10,000 baby Is not delivering the men who are opposing progress in 8W ft of SWft of Se< 28-38-11 ft;
Not coal land.
lltjuor case of A Castel and Kent goods. When th«- editorial luminary thix city have xpent with you during $10.
Martha J. Patterson tot A. L Department of the Interior, Ü. 8
Th«*««- gentlemen brought
th«- paxt few years
But you are
I-and Office at Lakeview, Oregon
th«- action for th«* pur|M«s«- of nullify that wax to guide the organ of the axked to pay jour 10 per cent lnter«*st Michael. Wft of SWft of SW% of
March 11, 1910.
ing th» decision of the voters In th* Combin«- on its great and glorious whenever you want a dollar, give Sec 28 and Eft of SEft of SEft of
local option election <>f two years ago. path wa» "discovered" it was thought ironclad s«»curity, while a bunco- Sec 29-38-11 ft; $1.
Notice is hereby given that James
G. A. Schen«-cker to Louis Ait. lots E. Newbanks, of Keno, Oregon, who,
as a result of which th«- county went that at lust th«* man was found who
I steerer can come in here and walk 1 and 2. block 46. 1st Add to Klam
dry " The chief allegation of their could d«-llver th«- goods He was ac
on May 12th, 1904, made Home
off with his thousands That is the ath Falls; $10.
complaint was that the county court
stead Entry No. 3236, Serial No.
' treatment you get.
Geo. B. Snyder to Elmer B«*ardx- 01187, for SWft NW ft, N ft SWft,
and sheriff did not comply with th- cepted with th«- understanding that
Here we find C. 8. Moore taking leq. lot 7. block 82, Klamath Add. SEft SWft. Section 17, Township 40
provisions of the local option law, h«- would writ«- all of his article» with
relative to the posting of notlc«wi of gall and vinegar, diluted with a good | nearly $100,000 out of this com- to Klatpath »'alls. $2,150.
8., Range 8 E, Willamette Meridian,
Evelyn V. Turner to R R. Bun has filed notice of intention to make
the election and th«* Issuing of tb«- ly portion of sulphuric acid, so that . munlty and putting it into a building
order d«*clarlng the r«*sult ther«*of they would burn and smart every in Portland He insists on 10 per nell, undivided sixth interest in lot Final Five-Year Proof, to establish
Judge Benson d«*clded In favor of the thing and everyone they touched. But, cent Interest through his banka here, 5 Sec. 17; lots 1, 2 and 3 and SEft claim to the land above described,
county, which d«*clslon was sustain«*«! Io' The first attempt brought libel but do«*x he get it in that building? of SEft of Sec 20; lots 1, 2, 3 and before C. R. DeLap, County Clerk, at
by the State Supreme Court. In th«- suits galore To add further to the How much better It would be for the Sft of 8W(» of Sec 21; also NW ft Klamath Fails, Oregon, on the 33rd
city if he put up some business block and lot 1, Sec. 28-40-10; $10.
day of April. 1910.
troubles of the Combine two ass«*«x-
Charley F. DeLap to H. »'. Shep
Claimant names as witnesses;
"This Is an appeal by the plaintiff«. tnents hav«- already been levi«*d in her«* and s«*cur«*d for the merchants
A Castel and Kent Ballard, from a order to raise money enough to pay lower rents? Why didn't he erect a herd. lots 9 and 10, block 36. 1st
Samuel Padgett, of Keno, Oregon;
Judgment dismissing a special pro- the men on Saturday night. The home for the Klamath County Bank? Add. to Klamath »'alls; $10.
Albert Shear, of Keno, Oregon; Ray
Enterprise Land & Investment Co. Lamb, of Keno, Oregon; Cheater
c«*edlng Instituted to r«*-examlne the third one Is booked for next Satur i Why didn't he invest in some manu
W. J. Manch«?ster. tract No 26. Wilston, of Keno. Oregon.
action of the defendants Klamath day. And another is on the hook,
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
County. J B Griffith aa county Judge, calling for an nsxeKxment to hire le he Improve his property? Why didn'- Enterprise tracts; $1950.
Eugene Spencer to Western Pacific 3-17-4-24
and A'r«*d Melhase and Albert Walker gal talent to defend th«- libel suits. I he lower your rate of interest, oi
! leave that money here and loan it Land A Timber Co.. NW ft of NW ft
ax county commissioners, constituting But that is not all
| out even at 10 per cent, when ft is and lot 1. Sec. 24; NW ft of NEft
th«- county court In making an or
One of th«- leading stockholders so badly needed in this community? and SEft of NW ft and lots 1. 2, 3
In Justice Court for the Precinct
der declaring th«* r«*ault of a county has been handing out a bunch of talk
of Tuie Lake, County of Klamath.
election held June 1. 1902, to deter about someone s«*lllng out “to the j He is the moving spirit back of the and 4. Sec. 30-39-7; $10.
James E. Swanson to Fred Noel, | State of Oregon.
mine whether or not the sale of In other side." Now. that is serious fight against the Klamath Develop
toxicating liquors as a beverage Is It posxibl«- that then- is a schism ment Company. He is the man who lot 5, block 2, Hot Springs Add to ' J. G. Patterson, Plaintiff, vs. Frank
should be lntcrdlct«*d, and absolutely In the ranks of th«- pur«- and noble , says to you. Mr. Business Man: Klamath Falls; $10.
J. D. Carroll to Edward and Geo To Frank Worley, the above named
prohlblting the sal«- thereof within mrmbori of th«- Combine? Two of "Keep the foreign devils out. They
the proscribed limits, ' except for th«* bankers are alleg«*d to have al i tresspass on 'my' private preserves Bloomingcamp, NEft of Sec. 30-39-
In the Name of the State of Ore
m«>diclnal and other purpos«-a allowed ready xtart«*d to make overtures for If they com« here they will bring 10: $10.
with them money, and interest rates
G. W. White to E. H. DuFault. lot I
mercy. Some of th«- smaller stock must go down; they will bring with 7, block 19, Fairview Add. to Klam gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
"The plaintiffs, as petitioners in holders arc beginning to s««e where
th«- application for a writ of review, they are going to get off at in the them new citizens whom I cannot ath Falls: $10.
against you in the above entitled ac
Geo. D. Grixxle to John W Shan tion within seven days from the date
severally allege that he is a citizen, mel«*e, and they ar«- beginning to rap I control; the» will improve their prop
erty and thus show mt* up in a bad non, lot 2. block 48, Klamath Falls of the service of this summons upon
taxpayer ami qualified elector of th«* idly calculate on how to get out. Mer
fight; they will show an enterprise $4350.
you, or suffer judgment to be taken
City of Klamath »'alls in thnt county; chants ar«- beginning to realize that
In which I atn lacking Keep them
Oregon Valley Land Co. to Geo against you for the sum of Thirty
thnt Castel is operating In that city they have been played for suckers
W Kinkead. SEft of NW ft of Sec Dollars and interest with the dis
a brewery, in which business he has and bluff«-«! Into advertising through out. for it hurt» me."
It is time for the busln«*ss men of 25-36-14; $200
bursements of this action.
lnv«-»t«*d about $10,000; that Ballard, a medium that has proven profitl«*sa.
the city to wakt» up and open their
Oregon Valley Land Co. to O. B.
Given under my hand this 12th
pursuant to lawful authority, is en- They are beginning to learn that th«*
ey«*s to the sucker game into which Swayne. Nft of Sft of SWft cf day of March. 1910.
gng«*d in conducting therein a licens- people who BUY AT HOME are those
they have been rop«*d The Klamath SW ft of Sec. 11-36-14; $200.
O. W. OFFIELD,
<*d saloon, and thnt In consequcnc«- who read th«- Herald and the Repub
Development Company will do more
Jessie B. Eldred to Henry Jackson. | 3-17-4-28.
Justice of the Peace
<>f the order cotnplain«>d of. th«* plain lican; they art* beginning to see that
for this citj- in one month than Moore lots 9, 10. 11 and 12, block 60. of |
tiffs huv«- b«*en deprived of valuabl«* the readers of the»«- papers appr«*ciate
and his gang have ever done; they Grandview Add. to Bonanza $1000 !
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
property rights without an oppor th«- fact that th«- Herald and the Re
will bring capital here: throug.i it
Thomas Hampton to J. G. Pierce, i
tunity of b«*lng heard respecting their publican ar«- making the tight foi
we may hope to have big sawmill.« es undivided half of lots 9 and 12. block .
Not coal land.
several injuries in u court of compe them—the great common people—
tablished; manufacturing establish 1; lots 1 , 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6. block 2; I Department of the Interior, United
and they are patronising the mer ments will spring up and give em-
States Land Office at Lakeview,
"An examination of the transcript chants who ar«- advertising in them. I ployment to men; weekly pat rotis lots 7. 8 and 9. block 3; lots .*>. 6. 7
falls to show thnt either of the plain The merchants are beginning to real-
will b«* th«* order of the day
Yuu 5; lots 7. 8, 9. 10, 11 and 12. block
Marcn 7th, 1910.
tiffs appeared. In person or by coun lz«* that the people of the city and
will hav«* something to live on for 6; lots 1. 2. 7 and 8, block 7: lots 4 ,
Notice is hereby given that Wil
sel, In th«- County Court of Klamath county have taken a d«*«*per interest
you will b«> doing business wit«t the 8. 9. 10. 11 and 12. block 8; lots 1. liam Sargeant, whose postoffice ad
County during th«* consideration of in thia xtruggh* and they are feeling I
men who spend their money at uon«e. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. block 9; lots 7 7. 8. 9. dress is Klamath Falls. Oregon, did.
th«- matter In qu«*stlon. or In any the effect of It on their business As
Whil«* Moore Brothers are Belling lb«- 10, 11 and 12, block 10; lots 3. 4, 5 on the 27th day of December, 1909,
manner resisted the order, th«* mak a result, they art* pulling out their
only revnue producing thing they I and 6, block llffi lots 5. 6. 7 and 8, file in this office Sworn Statement
ing of which they seek to review So advertising from th«* organ of the
hav«- their sawmill men who cam-- block 12; lots 5, 6. 7 and 8. block and Application. No. 02885, to pur-
far as appears from the return, Combine and giving It to that of th«*
her«- through the Klamath Develop-: 13: lots 1, 2. 3. 4, 5 and 6. block 14; chas«* the SE% Section 35, Township
which wax made pursuant to the writ, people.
ment Companj are buying it in order lots 6. 9. 10. 11 and 12. block ’5; 37 S., Range 9 E., Willamette Me
neither Castel nor Ballard wax a
But the greatest disappointment of to help build up this city. How long ' lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 5 and 6. block 16; ridian, and the timber thereon, under
party to the proceedings, and hence th«- whol«» affair is that of the "guid
ar«» you going to pursu«* your sul- < lots 3, 4. 5 and 6. block 19, Nob Hill the provisions of the act of June 3,
no more Interested therein than any ing star." What a disappointment
cldal policy? 8t«*p to the front. «*»-1 Add. to Klamath Falls; $10
1878. and acts amendatory, known as
other citizen or taxpnyer of the coun he has been’ The beginning of the
tend your hand of welcome and wt’h
"Timber and Stone Law," at such
ty, and for that reason Is not en end is at hand, and then th«- real
a hearty "Come." pull into the city Sft of SWft of Sec. 28; SWVi of value as might be fixed by appraise
titled to a determination of his rights troubh* will commence A new hand
the men these p«*op)e are trying -o SW ft of Sec 27. and NW ft of NU H ment. and that, pursuant to such ap
(Raper v. Dunn. 53 Or 203: Gnrrl- lx demanded at th«- helm, but the«-«*
of Sec. 34-34-14
plication, the land and timber there
son v. Richardson. 101 Pac 900).
Is that infernal contract! It was a
On next Monday a vote will be tak
have been appraised, June 14th,
"Other objections are urged against costly blunder, but It must be over-
en on the removal of the courthouse part of lots 3 and 9. block 49. Nichols 1909. the timber estimated 787.000
the order of prohibition, on the com«-, A new tack must be taken.
to th«» site offered by the Klamath Add. to Klamath Falls; $10
board feet at $.75 per M.. and the
ground that It lx void
It is suffi The court house matter must be pre
$92.00; that said applicant will
cient to say. however, that since this sented in a different light Th«- Her
ndmlts that it will he accepted by an I of lots 3 and 9, block 49. Nicbotp offer final proof in support of his
appeal was taken and perfected. «*ach ald has held th«- winning cards all
overwhelming majority. This city is Odd to Klamath Falls: $450A
application and sworn statement on
question now presented hax been de the time. These and many more are
practically the only spot in the coun
th-- 20th day of May, 1910, befor«-
termined adversely to the plaintiffs' th«* expressions of the outfit that are
ty where there is oposition
C. R. DeLap, County Clerk, at Klam
A FFW BARGAINS.
beginnlng to kick on th«- we«»ltl\ as Johnson has h«»en given to under-
ath Falls. Oregon.
"It follows that the Judgment sessments They even now do not stand that every
Five lots, slgn.ly location. $1500
buxlncxx man In
Any person ¡ b at liberty to protest
should be affirmed, nnd it is so or seem to realize that the Herald holds the town has has
bl» hands raised Can loan $750 cn the deal,
this purchase before entry, or Initi
th«» winning cards because It is ad against him. That is not true. The ! A nice cottage with bath, large ate a contest at any time before pat
A good buy.
vocating right against wrong
Herald believes that a majoritj -a | lot. $1700
ent Issues, by filing a corroborated
K. S McDonald and family have
A large residence. Are lot, $2500 affidavit in this office, alleging facts
In th«- meantime th«- Combine has big majority—of them want him to
returned from Southern California commenced its still hunt for an edi com«- and stay and do everything he i Three cottages on three Iota. Room which would defeat the entry.
Mr. McDonald lx th«* owner of oppor tor who can convlnc«- the peopl«* can for the city, There is one way to |r nr ugh for another cottage; $8166
ARTHUR W ORTON.
prove it Get out next Saturday and I
MASON A BLOUGH
i'rivut«- H< I i « iimo
PROVES COUXH COURT'S WISDOM
A urtii»li«’«l by tlie Atx>tra< t
.Mason A Hlougli