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tlmu'd to compete with one another
ably; 'hut unfortunately we hud to
put tb<* luiHeineiK above ground. b<>-
ltist«»N<l of co-operating, th» re would
have b,»en no railroad I a Klamath
’ euuse In this part of the city the
Falls, no city there, and no outlet for
»eu vis uro only u foot and a half be
WHICH CAN BF CARRIED Ol T IN
low the surface. Wo'vv Just suc
WILL BUT fl* WHITE STI t'CO the neighboring country.
"Today Mr. Johnson is giving all
ARCHES AT ENTRANCES
ceeded In carrying a bond Issue to
of his time to the Klamath Develop But in Few Ollier Pia««'«— Paul Joint- Think» Control of Light anil Water lower tbelli.'
ment company and Mr. AVendling Is
"Long before that buildlug was
Fichi l»y One Man G ihm I Thing
»on's New H oum * to Hav«» Hot
lavai Socialist Encampment May De preparing to do th»' same.
the city felt certain that It W II Mak»- Nothing Putiti»' at ITUs
for Ila- City
Water Heating I'lant
Time, for Fear II Will Spoil
velop Into iui Annual Event of
“.Mr. AVendling and Mr. Johnson
would grow amazingly. Like all otii
< 'hatauqua Plan
both think they are lumber men.
I’ri'sldent H. A*. Galea of Ilin Mid
Foundations for a new $6.000 bun-
They are. But the jtoopl«* of th«» fu
i galow for l’uul Johnson were begun way Ttilephone company left Thurs in n large future was the llrst article
ture metropolis of Klamath Falls, the
day morning for Ashland. Medford. In Its civic creed, timing such cities
Siivi Iff Haines I iiih perforilo >| <>m
The local Socialist club is making sure center of an area larger than I today above Pacific terrace, in th«»
Grants Pass, Dallas and other points more than elsewhere In the world, of the min<othv»t pieces of work evri
plans for the encampment grounds thnt of most of our states, will show
I in th«» state to Inspi'ct "dual" systems. perhaps, lielief In a growth to come la Inuiiglit <>ff in thl» coiiuty In Unding
in the Railroad addition, and actual tlrem as empire builders, and as men 1 of th«» finest houses yet built In
vigorously and Incessantly asserted
lit* expects to be gon«» two w»'«»ks.
one <>f the persone gullty of the burn
construction work will begin June whose destiny it was to mak,» homes
Hut pretty generally, when It comes
Th«» area to be covered Is 40x40
Ing of the Dave Hhook burn hu <|
15. Five hundred small tents, to be for a prosperous peoplf.
to cashing I ii oti this faith by way of
feet, and it has a living room 14x30 this city had only 500 p»»opl<» )|«> had
liollle ll<< leluses Io toll Imw he HU»
fitted with cot beds and other simple Found Op|H>«ition.
making adequate Improvement» witli
f« «'t and a glasa-incloeed porch 12-40« previously built wat«»r plants at Hepp
eeediMl lll tuilllllg Ille trlck or to
conveniences, w ill be put up on
"It has always been the rule when
u view to the future, the cloth la of
muko publlc any of the evldenco t»i
«treets running back from Main men have gon«» into a new country, feet, so some Idea of Its comfort can I
th» Rock, Wash., and Is even now another cut. If you any the popula bl» pokmohm I oii . aaldv fron» the simple
street on each side of the big tent, a as AVendling and Johnson hav«> done, be gained.
tion is bound to Increase twenty per »tnlemeiit timt one of the persona un-
One of the unique features ot the opening a new plant on the John Day
round-top. 80x160 feet, while stuc and where they hav«» become active in
l iver, near Monument, besides his op cent I ii one decade nnd flfty per cent d«r nrreat Illi» confeaaed
co arches, illuminated with electric the upbuilding of th«» resources, that
erations with John Hays Hammond In two decades, everybody agree»
V preliminar)- henrlng mm b« h« bl
lights, will be nt the entrance. At there were men who oppoeed them tem served by placing the colls of
in th»» Pitt River p»»w»»r scheni«», so h»» But If you want to make physical Ibis uftvrnoon wlieii II la posnlble thut
either end will be large dining tents, because, unfortunately, th- re are pea pipe in th«» "hot ground" section
its not out of light and power opera preparations. Involving bond laanea. minie <>f the tratImony wlll be pro
adjoining canvass kitchens. * For pie in this world who would oppos«» nearby. No tire will b«» needed, there
for an Increase of even five per cent,
tions elsewhere, by any means.
diieeil Wilelber all of It wlll be mild»'
those who prefer to do their own anything that means progress or i:-a fore, either winter or summer, for
doubts arise. Though the city con-
publli ui the hvarlng cannot b«< n*
ooking light, water and fuel will be piovement. Jah“.:« n anil V. eudl. ig
i atnntly anticipates having ten per eeiialned
James Cunningham is the contract for this town,” said Mr. Gates to a
H I» iiosslbl« timt the
1 eve of corri» i.:« t a few of this
Herald reporter last night, "It will cent more people, Its Improvements lii'iiriiig may ho iMmtponed untll to-
The first meeting each day will be i ;'ss at Klamath oils, but this oppo or. while E. C Greely is putting In
give th«» Moores a field for their sur- usually lag about ten per cent behind morrow
The actlona of the oflli. i»
at 10 a. m.. given over largely to in sition simply ««Ids interest to tb' the plumbing.
i plus power und give the city all the the number It already ha*.
I» ad* lo ih<* belief llial ihey are on
struction of classes in socialism by Fiend work in hand, because men of 1
"By way of contrast. Berlin for
light and power It nveils Our plant
Ih« liull of more ImporUint evidente,
experts, together with many enter the Johnson-AVendling type find no REVIVAL VT BAPTIST < III IH H
aomo years ha* been spending money
und do not deslre to do nnythlng at
taining features. A lecture will be pleasure in doln; «he easv things of
Large and appreciative audiences tiled on th»» last of th«» Link liver wa to formulate comprehensive pinna for ilii» time thnt iiilglii Interferí' wlth
delivered in the big tent at 2:SO each ti is life, and yer they are not the
taking enre of the population of 1950
day, but the chief lecture of the day c iliber of men wt.i go out »vith chins greeted the Rev J. S. Ledford at the ter rights, which go to th«» new own nt nn assumed rate of Increase But i helr plan*
llnv satlafuctor« r«»sult of the work
will be at 8 o’clock in the evening.
on their shoulders.
evening. The speaker took his text the power they want for many years Berlin also assumes that money In- of the sherlff. howevar, I* the fart
Between times there will be mov
"The other day. in conversation1 from Eph. 5:18:
"Be not drunk to come. They ar«» going to make ex trusted to the cltv government
that the imstcry hna l>c»in c loared up
ing pictures of industrial conditions with me. Mr. Johnson said:
AA’hen i ; with wine wherein is exceos, but b«' tensions right away. and I believe l>e honestly and < conomlenlly •’«-
und thnt the gullty partios will flnnllv
and other free entertainment of some the people of that great territory!
they will do all they cun to keep pace ponded The comparatively amnll tu- brought to Juntlce Tilla wlll r»
sort, together with attractions con learn of an honest ambition to build filled with the spirit.” He gave It as
warrant for such nn assumption In
with the growth of the city."
»ult in a quleting of th«» dlsturbed
ducted by outsiders, to which an ad- a great city at Klamath Falls; when '
country la n prime muse of th"
S. and R. S. Moore bought not
| this blessing.
<>ndllIon» thnt hm»' prevulh-d in th»
mission fee will be charged.
they s«>e In due tlnre the extent of our I Th«» speaker showed what was! only Mr Gates' 50 per cent of the general civic nnprop«redness ”
l'pper country «ver sine«» the conti»
E. AV. Muller, a member of the work, the few. and they are very few.
Whether thia npplles to Klninntb
«»immittee, informed the Herald to- v bo do not want the old order of meant by the fulluess of the spirit, stock, but they purchased the quarter Falls the enterprising residents of grat Ions
»lay that it was hoped to develop the things changed will put their shoul that it was not regeneration, not jus
thia enterprising city must nnawvr
» ucampnient into an annual affair '. on ders to the wheel with us. The peo- I tification, not sanctification; but en bought out O. T. Baldwin's interest for themselves Ono thing mni he
the Chatauqua plan, which will be pie oof the Klamath and Butte A’al- tire consecration and submission to
bought th»» Klamath Power company's suggested’ When the professional GOVERNOR BENSON IS RECOVERING
visited by thousands of socialists and iey country are a great people, and God's will and word.
boomer gets too strident It might he
He asked those who desired a great property, which Is a siibsldary com
labor unionists from all over the Pa some of Oregon's and California's '
pertinent to ask him if he is willing
revival here to come und take bis.
cific Coast yearly.
best known and grandest old pio hand, and many manifested a desire
Th»> city has the power to purchase to show the courage of his convic
neers believe there is no greater ’ to be filled with the spirit, admitting both th«» light ami power plants every tions and "come through" with his
work than to help develop th.' coun that their lives were lacking in some five years on the basis of an 8 per share of the evnenae to maintain fm-
PRAISES JOHNSON »ND WENDLING try.’
l.rovemcnts commensurate with th»' I
thing. and they wanted to be fill«»d cent capitalization of their net In-
Hill It»’ < aiiilKlai» I«» •'imt.il Hint.
future of his home town
"AA’hen Mr. Johnson said this h«-; with the fullness of God's love, and comes for th»» previous year.
«■If a* Swsrctary of Stat«», »••
NOTABLE PIRLH'ATION IN S. F.
v er«» willing to meet th«» conditions
lie lia» lim»»im» » «I
EXAMINER'S Ol TING Nt MBER
and pay the price to receive such
The article adds that William P.
The passengers on the iu<-<>mhig
In the evening the Evangelist dis-
Narrow-Minded instruction of Their Johnson, only brother of President
I uin suit ii I'lindidat«' fur ih>> re
liaiti Sunday evening were treated to
Plan« Only Increase Their
Johnson, has taken charge of the Stone," John 1 1 :h.
But Supt. K ikh I c II Dvclarvs I’elHion» li flee exhibition of the conduct of a publican nomination for governor of
local office and P. C. Lavey,"an Irish-
Ire in Hi« Safe—Thought Hom»-
would-be bad man. A party boarded thia »tut»', anil I wlll not I m - " Thus
The speaker spoke of th« many
man who has caught the Klamath things that were in the way of the1
the trulu al Dorris, after he had Ini- <!>»• Judge Helium lay to r»«t tin ■»to»
Rule IVlition* Are Meant
i Falls fever from the Johnsons." is to church today, and why we do not
bibed somewhat too freely Ot that •j! hl» »andlcaily which received such
One of the most valuable adver
be sales manager.
n boost In Halurdiiy'» Oregonian The
have such great revivals as we would
PORTLAND. June 6 Quite a I mixture known In Dorris us the oil
tisements for Klamath Falls that has
Portland pap* r stat»'d that owing t<
wish for. Some of the stones he men scare developed among the prohibi
yet been published is a double page
tioned were the heavy stone of unbe tionists who have be«'n circulating |<roceed»'d to Inuk»' trouble for the ili>- tailing liculth of < lovcrmu -B«'» r< r -
bird's eye view of the Klamath Basin I.MPROVEMENTS ON EAST
imy of Stat«* Frank AV. licit»» u ).»
¿nd description of the work of Pres *
MAIN AND KLAMATH lief. the stone of enemity, opposition initiative iielitlon» for a State-wide brakeman, who, not respecting the had decided Io withdraw from poll
prohibitory law today
ident Johnson and A'ice President
treated in an able manner. The Corey of the Secretary of Stare's of good» with which he was loaded, pro- tier entirely, and was pushing Iii»
Wendling of the Klamath Develop
I rot her. J idgc BenMin. to th»» front
ment company in the Outing Number Buessing are making good progress speaker preaches the old-fashioned fice says that seven petitions of too leeded to put lh<* man and his load
loi the no*u¡nation f» i governor Co-,
of the San Francisco Examiner, which on the filling and grading on Klam- j Gospel in power, and it is a treat to I names, from Multnomah. .Marion and off the train ut Wurdeu. Being an iI'liilng Judge H.-nao i aiil<|
her. ;• him.
Umatilla counties, have nut been gered by th»* seemingly uuklud ac
was received here last night.
ath avenue between Seventh and .
Th»- < ti»i»'i)i»'iit lhai my ln»iit>»
verified, lie says th»' veri tion of the brakeman, the drunk
The story of the work ot these two Ninth streets, The depression is be-
health Is ..ch that he wlll bave lo
fiers must copy <-ach name signed
men in upbuilding this section, which ing filled in with earth fro mthe por
FORT KLAMATH NEWS
the courage to use it. No harm was drop out of politics In wlthout foun
into their verification affidavit.
is known to old residents here, but tion cut down and the Job. when com
» xcept to frighten some of t h<» datlon. He Is now under treatment
Supt. Knodell of th« Antl-Baloon
will be of interest to new readers of pleted. will make a big improvement
FORT KLAMATH, June 6—The
for un affection of thè skln on hi»
the Herald and Republican is attract in the street.
Klamath Tel. A Tel. company com League says the petitions are not
face, hut It Is yielding readily to tlje
ively told by AV. D. Potter.
All is activity at the corner of pleted the telephone line to Eagle
skill of his physicians, nnd I <»spect
“In the year 1905," says Potter, Ninth and Main streets now. The Ridge tavern last week, and this fa locked safely away In his safe, He being shlpp«.»d Into ini community thnt very shortly h«' will be a» good
S. O. Johnson, general manager of two new frame buildings going in on mous summer resort can now be says hi? doesn't Intend to file any pe-
characters have not shown up. As It as ever, lie 1» a candidate to au«*
the McCloud River Lumber company, Í the Ross lot will soon be under way leached by telephone. This is on»? of titions not In strictly legal form
ceed himself as secretary of stat*
It it thought possible that the pe Is, this Is one of the first bad men to
found himself in active competition and the four new stores built beyond the most delightful lodging places
and will so remain. I hull no Ideu
with the AVeed Lumber company, of them, on the south side of the street, on the Upper lake, and the Griffiths
how this story got starred, lint nev-
which Geo. X. Wendling was presi will soon be ready for occupancy.
are sparing no expense to make It a the Homo Rule League, which Is clr-
there Is nothing to It "
dent. Lumber had brought them
first-class summer resort, and are pre | culating an initiative petition for a
Henson would be lb*
law to permit cities and towns to set
both into the Klamath Falls country, IMPROVEMENTS IN
pared to take care of large crowds.
for governor Is gen
and they were active in promoting
There were two weddings at Fort tle the liquor question Independent
ernlh i'(H-<>gnlx>'d throughout the
the interests of their respective com
Klamath last week. Those* united
A pleasant outing to Bird Island state. If conditions were such that
Mrs. N. Otterbein, editor of the
panies. Neither of them in these
Th«.» baseball grand stand on the were Miss Etta Smart and Ross Sut
was enjoyed Sunday by Mr. and Mrir. he could enter th»' field' as n indl
•lays of lumber-making thought that Railroad addition grounds is no ton and Jes Vose and Miss Mildred Merrill Record, who has lieen gath Dow and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. El »fate there Is no question as to his
a future time would see them work more.
Dodge, Mr . C. C. Jackson, justice of ering signatures for th»' Hom« Rulo liott and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. receiving the nomination mid >l»<
ing together in the development of a
It was removed on Saturday to the peace officiating Immediate rel League’s petition, got word Saturday McCauley, Mr. Burbank and others. tlotl. tin event that would give a great
aiternoon from Portland to stop «•t-
great agricultural empire with Klam make way for Broad street, which la atives were present in both cases.
They stopped nt Teter's landing for deul of »atl»fni'tlon to hl» friends, a>
ath Falls as its capital.
being cut through the new wholesale
The road to Crater lake is now • ting signors, as they already had RUf- lunch, and an enjoyable trip Is report well ns bring honor and prestige to
“Mr. Johnson, from the time he district from AA'all street to Sixth open, and may be reached via Fort ficient names. Mrs. Otterbein
ed by the party.
• ame to California with his father, street at the county road.
A party of two went in J. Scott Taylor secured nearly 250
the late Samuel S. Johnson, has put
Contractor Mason is also excavat- last week and had no trouble in names In this county.
in nearly all of his time in Northern I ing the foundations for the new Fed driving their team as far as Arants'
California and Oregon. Today he eral National bank building adjoin camp,* where it was left, and they
knows every wagon road and trail in ing the concrete block building which then proceeded on foot, and had no
Miss Flora Estella Masten il lid
the vast territory of which Klamath the Hydraulic Brick and Stone Com trouble in making the trip over the
Falls is the center and distributing pany is putting up for retail stores snow, which is about five feet deep Grant Lincoln were marriisl at the
on the average. In a very few days, home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
I on Main street at this point.
“As head of the Weed Lumber
A definite announcement regarding owing to the hot weather, teams will Mrs. F. E. Masten. at 3 o'clock Sun
company Mr. Wendling was very act-; the building of the home for the new be able to go to the rim, and this day afternoon, Rev. Mr. Fees of
ive in building railroads into the best bank is expected shortly.
will establish travel earlier than for ficiating. John Siemens was best
man and Miss Olive Masten brides
lumber territory. Roads were need
maid. The ring ceremony was fol
ed to get lumber out of the forests NOTICE TO VETERANS
lowed, and was witnessed by the rel
and into the market, and to the task
OF THE CIVIL AVAR
At 10.30 Sunday night, after Wai- atives and close friends of th»' con
of creating adequate transportation
braith, the driver of the Lakeview tracting parties.
Mr. Wendling applied himself with
All Civil War veterans who desire
stage, had left Dairy, one of his
The bride has been a resilient of
i haracteristic vigor. While he was ■ to assist in the organization of a
horses took fright and became un this city for about two years, coming
doing this the attention of E. H. Har Grand Army Post in Klamath Falls
manageable, dragging the vehicle and here from Riverside, Ca)., where she
riman had been attracted to this won are requested to meet at the court
the other horse with him, running spent most of her life. She is pos
house yard on Saturday. June 11th,
into a ditch and upset the stage, sessed of a charming personality and
"The Weed Lumber company was i at 4 o'clock p. m . when a temporary
There were nine passengers In the amiable disposition, which won for
building a road from AVeed, Cal., to organization will be effected.
»•chicle, only one of whom—a lady— her a host of friends. Mr. Lincoln,
Klamath Falls, Ore. Wendling aB
was thrown out, and severely in- editor of the Chronicle, is a news
president of the AA'eed Lumber com- '
The team was stopped short-I paper man well known throughout
panv, saw that the road would be
A large excursion from Fort Klam
and the lady was carried i the coast cities, where he has been
more valuable to the country as a ath and the Agency attended the ball
where she was at-; connected with a number of publica
part ot the great Southern Pacific game betw<s;n the Fort Klamath team
road, and be opened negotiations and Oliver's Klamath Falls "Invinci tended by a physician. When the re-1 tions prior to his coming here to take
with a view of transferring his road bles.” The game was interesting porter left, the extent of the lady’s' rhnrg« of th»» Chronicle
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln will mak»'
from Weed to Klamath to the South- i from start to finish, everybody being Injuries were unknown, but no bones
their home In this city, residing at
ei n Pacific. It was turned over to the ! In the game to the finish. The score were broken.
Southern Pacific company for the ac- i stood 8 to 8 in the eighth inning, but
| the Baldwin
The registration books for the
mal cost of its construction; forty-1 at the close of the game stood 10 to
two miles of right of way were given 7 in favor of the home team. No county and state election were opened
free. The only thing reserved were exceptionally star plays were made, Monday. Now is the time for those 1
the town sites along the right of way but the fans were treated to a hard- who want to vote to
Under the above heading a late
Do not Saturday Evening Post prints the fol
"In the meantime Johnson and fought battle. The outfield is not as
Wendling, rivals for business. had yet In very good condition, but it will wait until the last day.
■ «me to leallze that greatresults be improved as soon as possible. It
"The owner of a substantial busi
ould be obtain«.>d by co-operation, is thought that Oliver's team will
Mr. .McKay, the government tim ness structure In a flourishing city
and in June, 1909. we find them as journey to Fort Klamath next Bunday ber cruiser from near Odessa, came of the Southwest was showing his
to test the skill of the Fort Klamath down in his launch and will spend n property to an Eastern visitor. ‘It’s a
0. M. HECTOR
"If Wendling and Johnson hid con- team on their own diamond.
first-rate building,' he said justifl-
few days in the Falls on business
TENT CITY BEING PREPARED
A NEW IDEA FOR HEATING NR. GATES IS A SUSY NAN
The most complete line of Men’s
Women’s and Children’s
in Klamath County. We carry a
big stock of Buster Brown chil
dren’s shoes for boys and girls