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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY. OREGON, JUNE 9, 19!<)
LEADING PAPER OF
unci* s, Mi Watson, anil liud finally
ih«2 were finally given the run of
told hitii utrtiui Ho* fir«-. Hh<- says
■li.- premises. At no time did they
| her um 1« told her th« v would get
evince any desire to make their es
1 H.OOo for a conviction <>f tin- paitl«
cape, and seem to enter Into the fun
I »«'ttlng th«- fir«-, »<« she told him it wan
f the children with great earneet-
two of th«- liooillow boy h ami two men
. «•»>.. and make a practice of follow-
tin y had hired
Hh«- also D-stlficd
ug them wherever they go. Mr.
I Ilin« her uncle had promised to g« t
Patch says It may be all right now.
j hsr «mt of tlie country if she would
hut when the time for migration
tell him, so wlii'ii sb«* found out tin
conii-M aroudn h<- is going to see that OREGON
SENDS FORTY CARLOADS
paid«-» she had Implicated wen- d«-n«l
the wings are so fixed that they will
sll<- changed h«*i »ton and told tliai It
not take Dutch leave, for ho might
wa» h.-rwlf and M iikk I«- Deal, ami that
have a hard time explaining the elr-
n (•■rtaln parly had given her |300
riirnstnncos to his little girls.
| slid was to give her 1200 more foi
'doing the deed
<, ts PLANT FRAN« HIKE
In the ( Olirsi of Hie croHH exmiil
tiloills TtuU Si«' Ntui li il I lie Blit/»*
Heiiilil R«|«irU-r DcMribee Hi« lui- Buy II««' Bullón From H«-r and Hiiow
TO BE ASKED FOR Freight Will Ik- I ii I imm I o I at Upp< r
nation It wa« davelo|ted that th«* wit
Lak«- and Mliipped by Water
That <' oiihuiimm I Ila* Shook
of il>c Biggest Mill in
lies« and «h-foiidant. Mrs. D«nl. Emil
G« mm 1 Fellow
to the 1-unding
Northern «'n li foni in
received nioncy' orders from a certal:-.
succ<-ssful conclusion !
source, but nelthei the stale nor tin-
Klamath Falls will have a gas plan
I defen»«* ■••••med Inclined to bring « hi '
The first big shipment of freight
Saturday is to be Button Day—
added to its other lighting and hf:at-
A lai gc number of people won* J all the facta connect«*d with the tian i
Many Klamaili Falls p«.-opl<- know
the day on which every mau, woman ing institutions. Mr. Smith will foi th«- Oregon Trunk railroad ar-
pri'M-nl Illis tmiriiliig In the ciirult i action ’ An adjoiirnnwtit wa« taken that nt Weed, which is best known and child In the city will be branded
i red in t«i!s city today, and will
mak>- application to the council this
■ Hirt room at th«- opening of th« until 1 30, at which time Mr Stone UK th«- Southern Pacific junction for as a booster or otherwise. That is
< • nsist of forty carload« ot team»,
• ven I ng for a fianchise for the in
-•agons, scrai>ers, camp --^uipmenr
the day selected by the Fourth of
> tat«- ugnliiMl Muggle Ih-ul, for lining I asked tiiat his client be released from Klamath Fulls, is one of the largest
stallation of a gas plant. He pro-
tn plient <-<l In th«* burning of the Dav<* custody on account of Insufficient evl- soiii «' say the lai gent saw milling July committee on which a bevy of IMMM.-S to manufacture the gas out ot ■in«, everything necessary to rush
ile work on forty miles ««f construc-
tbe prettiest girls in th«- city are go
Shook residence When the couit op- denc«- having twen Introduced
the garbage of the city. The mayor
ami lumber manufacturing enterprise
Th«- court, however, could not »«•«•
t « a that i>; •. been sublet to C. J.
ing to sell buttons for the benefit of
■ u«-«l Attorney C F Htqn«- appear«!
has heretofore expressed himself as
the celebration fund, and it is ex favoring such an enterprise, and he
for Mrs Deal, and said they U < ‘ it that way. and liound her over to
Few h»w«*v«-r. know the extent to1 pected that when the day closes ev-
awsit the action of the graixl Jur'.
H. A. Hamlin, a reo.xecmaUve of
mid' to pide«-« «! » Ith th- trial
w ill no doubt lend his influence in >
which tlie W••• «I Lumber «umpauy « ryor ■ in the city will have pur-
th- railroad, and Mr Ynupg arrived
Th«- first witness call««! was Dav«* 'placing her bond ut *l,'«0u.
pushing through the council the mea-1
Th« only evidence Iuti <>«!«■ <*<1 l>y lias |H if«'i't«d tti>- art of getting the < has«-d « button
the city Tuesday for the purpose
H<< stated that he
sure asked for by Mr. Smith, unless
of making arrangements for the ship
On«- of th* first rules to be adopted
lint <>t this i mint i m>d owiki ot th” ' <)>e slat«- wsh that p«-rfalnlng to the most «loot», window«, boxes and
he has received his orders to do oth
It has been pluned lumber out of u pine tree.
ments of the freight from this city
In the morning is that no grouch will erwise.
ealdeticc* «hut was burned on April burning of the house
A Herald reporter was at Weed be permitted to make its ap|>earance
to the various itolnts on the right of
He said he was acquainti-d li'arncd, however, that the Heaton girl
In addition to learning that in public. Should one com«- up by
way. Tbe freight will be unloaded
with the defendant, and that »h«- was a<linlt>> th«- burning of th«- barn, »tat- i<<< ntly
\V. P. JOHNSON STRIKES
from the cars at the upper lake and
n hl« employ at the tlm<* of th«* fir«- . Ing that she ««-t a candle In Hi«- liay the mills are cutting 10,000 feet of mistake it is to be fined to the ex
HOT EARTH IN BASEMENT i loaded on boats and barges and
On being MHked If there w««» any ! mow. afterwards untieing the horses, | lumber more per shift now than they tent of having to buy buttons until it
I transferred to the Agency landing.
money about the place he said there <-x|Hctiiig they would tnnk<* tlrelr «•»■ ; »«-r<- i iittlng n year ago h«- learned makes its disappearance. If you do
Excavation work for the basement ; where th<. wagOBS wlH b.. ag8emble<i
11 hat th«-y cut 135.000 f«*et a day In not «mil«« when the girl asks you to
* an |35 In an old chest. 130 in gold i eg pc.
Iler efforts to conn«-« t up the Good • a« h mill now
buy, then yon are fined to the extent i -r the handsome bungalow that W. P. and llg^ ln trangporting it to Its
«nd I- In sllvet
Niter the fire they
The enlarged mills now keep 1,500 of two buttons, it must be a smile Johnson is erecting in the Hot Springs | destination.
found pai t of the silver, but they low boys with the crime would Indi
busy In th«- woods nnd factories, or a fine, It is only compulsory to addition had not progressed far be- ‘
All of the freight for the construc
never found any trace of the «old. al
fore the workmen
encountered a tion of the southern half of the con-
though an •■Xpert inlnot »earched sev I vidua) back «if tin- crime who hoped wci 300 of them being in the factor buy on«- button, but if you should
where it ies What a prosperity producer that I pnrchtiH. mor. there is Io I m - do pen strata of the hot earth that has made trait recently awarded to Mr. Henry
«fill hour» ami panned the «Hit
Tin* to »hill th« r«*si»«>iisi bt I It
that section of the addition so fa will pass through this city, it being
th«»ir di would be for the buslnc-ss section of alty attached to such generostty-
money »«« In the tiunk about a week
rection The stats may b«- acquaint«-«! Klamath Falls if we had such an In asid«- from the fact that it shows you mous. As a consequence -Mr. John- the most convenient point of ship
b«*for«- the tiro.
ar<* made of the right kind of stuff. »«>-» has decided to install the coils ment.
Th«* MM'onil with«-»« culled was Corn with the Identity of this person, for It dustry |(M-ated here or near here!
The \V«-ed company now keeps four There is only one thing to remember, foi the heating of his premises in his
Plans have been perfected to rush
Heaton, who stated that she waa ac- wa» plain to be seen thnt ini|>oitnnt
bas«-ment. instead of on the spot now the work on the lines as fast as pos
busy in the woods, and smile or pay a fine.
•lualntiHl with Muggle Deal, and that
known as the devil's teakettle.
the mills have b««en running two
sible. Nothing has been done toward
t>oth were employ «1 by Mr Shook.
letting the contract for the work
and were both In th«* hotlHC the night
doors ar«- being turned out every
south of the northern line of the res
•>f the Are. Sh«' said ■he and Mangle
twenty-four hours, and one order of
ervation. although the permanent
Tin- indications are that the con-
war«« washing dishes whin Giundinti
39,000 doors Is now being filled. The- teat for the Goddess of Liberty will
survey has been completed almost to
Shook d«*slr«*d to retire; Maggie Deal
the crossing at Spring creek. It will
went to help her to la d. while she and I INNoN Il t N DN THE Hol NE 4 factory is a revelation In system and I m * one of the most spirited events of
Great blowers take th«- tlie k'nd ever carried off in this city l*ROI*OSE THE ERECTION OF HO not be long before the definite an
U IRM DECISION
Chiu W«*lch remained III th«* kitchen
dust from each machine, and every It I* r* < agnized that the celebration
TEL ON HAMAKER PROPERTY nouncement wiP '«e made m to which
After a short time Maggie «atm*
possible priiautlon is taken for the on the fourth is to be* one of the
| side of the lake the road is to take
through th«* kitchen, saying she was
bat ILill'wa Hill Be tue i««|e<l liealth of the men and the safety of host su«c«*ssful «'ver hell in this city.
going nut Li gef OratKfma Shook a \-k
the plant. A fire drill Is held twice a u..J the honor of being queen* of the 1 < imoiininuttfoii of Plans That flax.
fu Pi-milt of It» liunictlialc
•lrlnk of water. Il wa» while «he wo
REVOLUTION IN YUCATAN
Been I nder Way for Sonie
week, for two hours each, and watch day will be one much sought for. It
out, Mated th«* Heaton girl, that Mag
men ar«' on duty day and night. All is rumored that Miss Goldie Barnes
gio is*al ponriMl about two gallons of
United Press Service.
kinds of the latest machinery is in will again be backed by her friends.
«-»•loll on the wood This oil she hail
MEXICO CITY. June 7.— Believ
t nHeil PrvNH Service.
The show machine of the fac A number of the friends of Miss Pearl
inad<- ready some time that afternoon
ing enemies in Yucatan assisted the
tory Is a Linderman glueing machine, Boivin are also talking of her, and
The wllnusa admitted that she went
WASHINGTON, D U., Juue 7.
name of a new corporation that will dainlns in their uprising. President
into the dining room, where Welch 1 Wild dlMird«-r wus prevalent on th«- which cuts, grooves and puts boards then is no doubt but that her name
make its apeparance within a few I Diaz decided to personally direct the
and Mr» Deal were, but ««win mad» I Hout of the house this afternoon. It together In any lengths so closely will be among those first voted for
days, This company has been organ- campaign. The government is pre
in the contest. Other young ladies
an cxcUKe to go to her room to write w.i the worst sine«- tbe big fight on
paring to rush the entire standing
equally popular are being talked of, ized for the purpose of erecting an
some letter« Sh<- «lipped out and set the 17th of March, when the Speaker tell the different plec««.
army into Yucatan. It is feared the
and the probabilities are that the list
fir«* to th«« wood that had l>«*«*n previ "»mi1 so near to being depos«*d. The
streets, on what is locally known as government is facing the worst revolt
ously saturated with the oil by Mrs. r«-w today «'nine as a result of Chair company has two engines, one of will contain a large number of the
the llamaker property. This proper since 1840. when this province nearh
men Mann asking for unanimous con 1,200 and the other of 800 horse city's most popular young people.
ty was recently purchased by Charles.' won liberty. It is reported that ten
Sh«« gave a« a reason for Hotting th«* sent to take the railroad bill from the
Graves and Frank Ward, and it is thousand Maya Indians are on the
fir«* thnt they were both angry nt th«* Fpcmker's table and have It go Into operates the factory and furnishes
hf l'lATil PIONEERS,
mainly through their efforts that the warpath, and that hundreds have
Shooks becauHe they hud been cranky i th« hand« of n conference committee
new hotel will be erected.
A Hteani plant is also used
with them, and to al«o cover up the I of th«- hnime and senate. Congress- town
The iwomoters of the enterprise
•heft of throe and n half bottles of man Lenriait objected, and the S|>eak-
The badges and buttons for those
re very reticent about their plans,
Every economy that modem xaw-
UM»: REAL ESTATE DEAL
liquor and 120 In gold
« i ordered th«' senate amendments
of the pioneers whose names and the ti.it they have made public enough to
On«* evening when they were wish lx- head for the liiformatlon of the milling has devised Is in operation.
dates of settlement in this county '.a-rant the statement that the hotel
A. Y. Lindsey of Montana and C. S
ing for some whisky Welch »aid there In-iiH«' After the reading Mann moved and the plant Is one of the wonders
were known, are now at the bard- wir. be under the management of ilennon of Portland purchased the
was plenty there, but they couldn't i io concur In the nun iidnienta. clalm-
Some idea of its value may be had vare store of George Hurn. where Messrs. Anderson and Postlethwaite, Marion Hanks property on the corner
get It. lie told the girl« where It ‘ mg that his motion took precedence
quoting its Initial capitalization voi. v ill please call and get them at i two gentlemen who came here about • i Eighth and Pine streets. This is
wan. and Cora R>*aton say« that th«« ' ■ ver Mann's. Sp«*ak<-r Cannon ruled
an early date, as we have them to pay tw< weeks ago for the purpose of in- one of the best sales made in the real
over n million.
first chance she got she tried to open tn favor of Mann. Mann then Hecured
for this month.
'.cresting local capital in such an en estate business for some time, and
Rhe tried to fit n key In utianimotis vote to clone debate in
it is also desired by the celebra- terprise. They ar«’ particularly well • a as made through the agency of the
the lock, and then attempted to open tw(
hours. Dlsordi-i Immediately
tlon committee that the pioneer or- fitted for tbe management of a hostel Home Realty company. This is a
It with an old horseshoe nail
pounding marooned on vour way to Sacramento
j.animation, as such, take part in the ry of the character to be erected, and very valuable piece of property, and
being able to open it that way, sh«* vainly
with hi« gavel.
exercises of the day on the 4th of it was this fact that was successful in the gentlement purchasing it may
took out the screw« In th«* hlng«-R At I In th«- house at the time were Seu-
You will hardly notice th«- time July, and to take some steps to have bringing the local capita) necessary build in the near future. The price
fir«t «he took two bottles of the ators LaFollett«* and Sulzer, and they
for the promotion of their plans.
¡•aid was in the neighborhood of
a suggestive float in the procession.
whiskey, and afterwards took the bal j wet«- talking «*arnestly to a number pass.
in order to do this it will be neces
It is proposed to expend in the *7.000.
ance. Welch told her she ought not I ol congr«*s«men over the questions be-
sary for a sufficient number of the (K-ighborhood of S35.000 on the
PICNIC OI TIN«, ENJOYED
to get Into that chest, for Mr. Shook ■ tore the body, laioking squarely at
society to get together at an early building and furnishing, and it Will
Mr. Ernest Griffith arrived Monda.'
often kept 1.800 or 1400 In It. Soon I them, th«* speaker said: “Gentlemen
we be one of th«’ best appointed earn van night from Ellensburg, Wash., and
The children and teachers of the date to decide what action, if any,
after this, she says, she and Maggie occupying seats by courtesy must not
sari-’s in the state
will take in the matter.
will locate here. Mr. Griffith has for
Christian church enjoyed the hospi
Deal ta)k«*d the matter over, and de- convene."
the past four years been musical di
ided to And all the money they could,
At th«' clos«* of tht- débat«» the* tality Tuesday of P. J. Cline in a
informal meeting of the pioneers be
Arrivals at the Lakeside Inn: Car- rector of the Ellensburg theater or
take It, and then burn th«* house. She house rejected th«« senate amendment picnic at Island Park Mr. Cline gave
hold in the courthouse on Friday eve olyn Pachini. Everett, Wash.:
F. P. chestra, and previous to that traveled
says they searched on«* trunk and by a vote of 162 to 155, and asked the island over to the merrymakers,
ning at 8 o’clock, for that purpose.
Galagher, San Francisco: H. A. Hani- with the leading theatrical organiza
tried to got Into another. The witness for a conference. Several democrats
By Order of Executive Committee. lin. Seattle; Geo. A. Sprague and tions of the t'nited States and Can
stated Maggie Deal said thnt they voted in favor of a conference, All benefit of the Sunday school. Thy
wife, Phoenix. Arts.: L. H. Hender ada. He is a graduate of the National
would hurn the old shack. and that of the insurgent« voted in favor of ac- kindness of Mr. Clino was much ap
preciated by everyone. This is an It WK BlAH«N,<MMl WORTH
son. Fred Wostrchil, Merrill; S. II. Conservatory of Music, New York
It would make a <lamn«-d good fire.” ceptlng the senate bill.
The witness further testified that
A special message was sent to ideal park, and its beauty should be
OF ODD FBLLOWR* BONDS Williams and wife, Klamath Queen city, and has studied under Buiat-
Dredger; C. H. Hargadin. Ashland; rago, Schradlak, and studied harmo
Maggie Deal put oil on the wood three congress today by President Taft, In seen and its bountiful shade enjoyed
«lays before, but that she had no which he urged that th«* provisions of by all pleasure seekers.
The members of the 1. O. O. F. of H. G. Wilson. Roseburg; Edson Wat ny and composition under Dr. Dvorak
< banco to gut out and set it on fire. I the railroad bill empowering the in
this city are feeling jubilant today son, Klamath Agency: L. A Fitzpat Mr. Griffith will soon open a music
The girl admits that she first men terstate commerce commission to sus
over the anouncement of the decision rick. Marysville; L. H. Benway. Seat studio, and will teach, beside the vio
tioned going Into th«* chest because pend rates pending Investigation
of the directors of the Klamath Coun tle; L S Parrish. Merrill; Ed Laugh lin. any band or orchestra instrument
sh«* wanted th«- whisky. Sh«* said she should become effective immediately.
A quiet home wedding service took ty bank to purchase 15.000 worth lin. Mrs. Chas. Uinbach, Mrs. Arthur and he will also conduct a first class
first took a lot of bank papers out of Th<- message outlined the «Ituatlon place Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock of the bonds of the Odd Fellows' Florence, Mrs. Harry Yount, Lake orchestra. Because of Mr. Griffith's
the box. and they looked through in th«* controversy between the rall- at the heme of C. E. Huffman, when Building association. A meeting of view; E. H. Loftus. Plush; Bert Har wide experience he will be a valuable
addition to Klamath Falls' musical
them, but could find no money, so [ roads and the administration. It re- 8. J Carlisle and Miss Bertha May the directors was held yesterday, at ber. R. L. Gritton. I^akevicw.
they lookod again and found the . cited the history of the Hannibal suit, Cox were united in marriage by a which the decision was reached.
purse and took the 120 gold piece, th«- conference yesterday and the short blit impressive ceremony. Only
Attorney D. C. Lewis left Tues
but left the silver, so thnt if Mr. agreement with the railroad presl- a few of the friends and relatives HONKERS IRE PLAYMATES
day for Phoenix. Ari»., where he was
Mr. and Mrs Frank Ward left on
Shook should lift the purse It would dents, adding:
were present. This young couple en
FOR THE CHILDREN called by the serious illness of his Wednesday for Portland, where they
“I only hope that all other rall- ters into their life’s Journey with the
not be empty and he might not dis-
daughter Dixie. Mr. I^-wis says he will join the Klamath Falls delega
over the theft. She said ah«? gave I roads would tak»» like action, in order host wishes of their many friends.
On one of his trips to Clear Lake is greatly pleased with the great tion at the Rose Carnival. Mrs. Ward
the money to Maggie, an that Mag that each should have the benefit of Rev. N. Vallandigham was the offici project Engineer Patch captured two Northwest, and thinks it the best part is a delegate to the state gathering of
gie sold her a bracelet and skirt for : upeedy determination whether the ating minister.
young honkers and brought them to of the I’nited States, with a wonder the Eastern Star. While in Portland
her half of the money. The bracelet proposed increas«- is justifiable or
his home In this city. They were the ful future. He continually speaks of Mr. Ward will examine into the vari-
and skirt she still has In her posses 1 not.
Provision should be made to
Brass may be given a color re- pride of the children, and soon the the beauties of the mountains, the OUS pavlngs that have been laid in
invest the commerce commission with sembling pewter by boiling it in a youngsters and the honkers became lakes, the rivers and the richness of that city, and will make a report to
In tbe cross-examination it wsh 1 proper jurisdiction as soon a« possi cream of tartar solution containing fast friends
As time passed more the valleys. He thinks the future of a number of the Interested property
brought out that sho had gone to her ble."
n i.inall amount of chlorid-1 of tin
liberty was given the captives, until Klamath Falls is very bright.
owners in this city.
WONDER Al WEED
PROGRESS Of A GREAI INDUSTRY MEH THE GIRLS WITH A SMILE
IAF1 SENDS MESSAGE 10 CONGRESS
NOW PREPARING Î0 RUSH WORK
Will COSI APPROXIMATED 130,000