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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1908.
Price, 5 Cents.
PAPER FOR DORMS) just a little free advice I JURORS ARE CHOSEN
I. II. Bohamman, of Nevada, to
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V RAILROAD TOWN GROWING
is tire Now Being Established and Ihree Hundred Men
Will Bo Moved There at Once to Commence
Work on the Railroad lunnel
n town ' i'i't " ''' u1"0"1'
Llieailcrri railway. U to !
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It, .hoi. In the city tiy sim "
, i,tc tin older tomorrow, arm
ltltliillcrry near luHir lo he-
,tl,. publication nl the llrel paper in
Ltl Crick vslley. Arrangement are
ing ms.le with one of Ilia Mslnalli
Jl, ltil.i illiitll. flfat Issu I
At tlil sectlm list l"n fal Ailing "I1
ilir.c Millers, llif dullness men, ol
rrli, Imr lur tome tlm realised llir
o i,p't. Til Held '
loot and (''"lift suceeet lur this
Krportt Ifiiin iMrrlsstal that dirt )
llog tl.U k and last wllhln sight ol
p, snd lllilii a iUjt lhl lll 1-eSOO
a uxuiiilnt llm railroad ramps
1UI lUinlty Wink I esprct-
ho commence t nnc on either lli
Isstlor ll.r "l..- Dr." Chlel Core
ictloit I'ngiurer llory and Contractor
rtUison, whohat been In Klamath
till, returned lo Dorrle this morning.
indldatcs Snake Hand
iTbt itsl irnlir ol Zi mn sum-
orJ lur Jury duty Iim been great
avtblrnc lor lli numerous candl-
kin. It hst given them an iipxirluu-
I; ton l"lt thrlr ""candidacy to men
small rli of id ruunty, II w
uU hue a iTlal trim of ruurt belorr
tfb election, It would ha etruoal
l at the old fashioned conrntiuli. A
lumber ol vltilors arc going lam In lli
glit aim from continuous hand shaking,
ns ol llirui ate Ivglnnlng to offer
iMr Ml I.hmIi.
There cniitlderahla agitation and feeling expressed on tlm utici-ts In rrgard
lo Hi recent action ol the Civic Filtration In authoritirig a committee (rom lliat
j body to i-rijiilri ih city Irani Issuing warrant lor Ihs payment ol the recently or
dered fire alarm system, The ptopotltlori Wan discussed at tlm time (or three
weeks or mom and was given wld publicity through the newspapers, and yet no
one tillered any objections. Instead, encouragement wan given the plan and IIib
i need nl heller fir protection was openly approved hy everyone who dlscuared th
matter. The members ol th Council act) Jn good faith In authorising the pur
thaw, helirvlng they were doing what the cUImiii demanded, and It it rather late
at this llru to bring in objection. It It hardly Ihu iueilln whether the City
Council routd legally IncreiM th deht. It it admitted that the financial affairs
i ol the clly It, and lor many yeara hat bn, In a hail tangle, hut we li not think
hopeleM one. What it a lew thouaand dollar deht to a city with the retourcet ol
Klamath Kalli 7 It It luflclmt to caua oar cltlrent to throw up their htnJt and
declare that everything la going to th dog T That hat heen the trouhle in the
patt, Kvery year aomo on get oat ami hewla ahout th condition ol the city.
ami yet offer no remedy or tuggtttlon, and leave the clly ofllclalt lo neglect
llieir own prUalr hutineM, to carry out plant which they helleve it tothe hett in
Irirtta nl the rily. If they ttart something, they mually get hlameil, and the re
A arkl Iioiimi wllnriinl the i-or-1"'1 '' '" '''l '"r ''' I1' ',n y"t vary little hat heen done and condition
lormanre ol "The Clay Itatser" at Ihei'itve liwn grtllng worrfe all th lime, Bui why blame the official? They have a
opera Iioiimi lt rteiilng, hy Mr. Mung '" enough time It it.
and in e nil I nl the llramallc H.lrty. ' N"w that the Council hatahown dlapotltlon todqaomethlnir, wouldn't It U
Thecharactrr ol IVler IKnlg, wat r i well for not only the Civic Federation, but the hutinea men In general, to get to
adapted to llit' dlaplav ol the ability of j ther anil nnVr lo the city government, th benefit of their combined knowleOgo
Mr. Moug and he wat ably iUpKiticl and erlence. Ntopcrilltlllng and work together In laying the foundation for
by ainelriir mrinUraol the rait, In lilt "' Hy' ''' protierlty.
difficult pall. '' '' n"1 "llr Intention lo ratt any reflection on the effort of the Civic Federa-
Mr. Mung hat become a favorite with """ There U nred of nt tucli an nrganlaation here, and thete i much gol
Ihetliralre gncit and they are already
looking lorward wllh pleanuo lo hit
production ol lUtM Derrick, In the near
Who Are to Decide the Fate of
l;0R LOCAL TALENT
lliey ran do, hut they hate fallen Into rror, which many audi organization hare
eiierlvnreit in Ihe it. They want lo accoiiplltli too much at once, and have
undertaken the big thing which will lak years to accomplith, rather than flnt
securing the confidence and support ol the people, by taking hold ol some of the
smaller thing within their ability to handle mere". fully.
Kull Kg.it, a fotmer rttidcnl ol Kla
Mid FalU, It hi the city today (rom
it limb near lalry, shaking hands
till, old fiit-ii.U.
Frank Culler, of Dairy, Is In the clly
n hli annual rl.lt to the county seat.
Wan te -To buy or rent, on upright
piano. Apply at thla nfflr.
llelatlve to the randidary of l)r !eo,
II.Merryinan lor r'taie ("Vnalor the liar
ney Nwt, ol which Hon Frank Havey,
Hpeaar ollli Hour at thelatt tetilon,
It Jllor, ronlalnt 0 e Inllowlng
'llr.tleo. II.Merrymaii ol Klamath
Fall who M'Mel In th lloute tatt e
alon, It a randldati lor nomination a
Joint Senator In the Crook-KUruath-Uk
ilittrlct tlil year and while the
.Sew llr outalde ol that district,
It Itkr pleasure in tetl Hying to the
high rharatUr of llr. Jlrrr)man and to
his failhlul work as a Irgitlalor, He
was atwatt at hit l-"l and ever watch
ful ol the (iitrreala of ronilltueult. It
wa he who blockeil Ihegsmeol county
dlvition over there and In many nthtr
asya he displayed eccllcul judgment,
The ilittrlct will ha7e an able failhlul
man In the Senate it ll gvla lr. Meiry
M. L. Hums, the rral estate draler,
will go to Horrla Wednrtday, to begin
Iheenvllou ol an oftlc building, lur
use during his business trlpt to that
ill Davit, th cattle man, arrive"! In
the city today I rom the Klamath marsh,
where he la feeding 600 head nl cattle,
Pay Taxes Before April I; Register by 5 P. M. April 7
Tate mav l- ild a (nllowa: Three per cent rebate will be allowed nn alt
late paid by the 1 5lh ol March. Tasee become delinquent after the Oral
Monday in April, If one-hell the Ui be paid belore the flrtt Monday in
April then the time (or the remaining late may be eilended to the Orst
Monday In October; 1ml 11 the rewalnlag tat be not so paid, then they become
delinquent, and a -nally at the rat ol ten per cent ahall be charged and In
teretl at lh rate nl U vr cent until paid. Persoaal eaeeh will not lw ac
cepted. The rrgltlraliou Ixxiks are open every day (rom eight to Ave o'clock, cicept
ing the noui hour, at the court house. The book will close (or the primaries
at So'cloik April ". A cltlien In orderjlo register must have lived in the
slste 0 month and in the precinct 30 days. Kvery voter must register anew
this year. The primaries will lie held April 17.
TESTIMONY BEGINS TO-MORROW
The Entire Panel of Twenty two Jurors Besides a Special
Venire of f wenty-eight are Exhausted Before
Twelve Men are Selected
Kngineer Church, of the Southern
Pacific states thai tin; work of cross-sectioning
from DoHningi to the Upper
Lake, a dUlance of 30 mllet, is complete
with the exception ol about 000 yards
at the depot groundt. The railroad will
havs about a rnllo and a half of yards
in Klamath Falls, and this would indi
cate that this city would be a division
Who Is Responsible?
Hopkins Suit Commenced
United Plate Attorney Urittol Friday
Initltuteil suit sgalnsl Kugene L. Hop
kins, ol Klamath Connly, lor maintain
ing unlawful fence by which (Internment
land Is enclosed. The (act on which the
complaint is bated were furnished the
District Attorney's office in an affidavit
by Henry M, Bagby, who represented
that lecause ol the Illegal obstruction
he was prevented Irom hating (re
access to om ol hit own property.
This is th (lrst lenclug case that has
teen Med In the Federal Court In
months. Bristol also tummoned a
(Iran J Jury.
BORN At Fort Klamnlh, Friday,
Februrary 21, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
WeMletorn.an 8 pouad girl.
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Do It Now!
, , When the blrda coaaicnce to chirp and the flowers blooom and the i nu
U Juit warn enoulfito lESt i you atlafled with life then ii when jouwlU want
o get In tune wltTuturt and Yog up with nice lult or two. Don't wait too
lS Come and mS tttTfcgery" mw " w owlniln our
. WHY BOTHER WITH OL FITTINO "Ready MadeaM when we
re ready to fill your every whim at the itme price..
GIT THE TAILORING HABIT
Raising the Curtain Fr a Mement
On ef Life Tragedl.
A rtceut Incident which bold In Ita
simple outline the possibility of patt
tragedy la described In the Nw York
Times. It Is uotssr Ulostrarjoa of
how cmrslsss the world Is of the Indi
vidual sod bow thick Is tbs cloak
which one nuy wrap about hi per
aonaltty. Not long ago a laborer sra
ploysd by tbs Brts railroad la Jersey
City was run over by a train and had
bis leg cut off.
A policeman tsktpbonsd for an am
butanes. Tbs Injured man lay on a
grass paten, apparently bleeding to
death. Just then a typical railroad
tramp In dirty rags sauntsrsd along.
H tapped a policeman's elbow.
May I atk wbat'a tbs matter, offl
csrr bo Inquired.
"Man bleeding to death," replied the
Would you mind If I looked at
blmr asked the tramp. "I might be
"Oo ahead," responded the officer.
Bendlug low over the wouuded la
borer, tbs tramp asked for water to
wash bU bauds and then begged tbs
crowd for cleau baudkercuttfe. With
a balf dosen deft, rapid twlsta be
mads a tourniquet and stopped tbo
flow of blood.
"Are you a doctort" some one asked
aa the man slipped away through tbs
"I used to lie," be replied at he bur
atrletlam In th Making.
Patriotism la New York I coamopol
Kan. Tbsy bars a flag drill In tbs
school! la which tbs children of srsry
race) asd clime, at w nymn oooa
ays, are taught to salute tbs stars
sad strips and gits "their bsads,
tbslr'asJefli and tbslx hearts to their
country. And .in some of tbe big
downtown schools you may ses chil
dren from homss German, Italian,
Syrian. Scandinavian, JswUb, Hunga
rian, Chinese, Armenian, Greek and
beaten knowa bow many other nation
aUtlsa all Joining la this ptcturssqus
ceremony. It glvet one a realising
ssast at tbs Taitety of material which
it pat lass tals erucibls wa call a city
sjri'wttah tft areata gsaaratlon or
two wax bs alsmaly AJsHrict.-Bot
"Who is back ol all these inltlstivs
and referendum measures that have been
tubmlltrl tothe people for approval or
rejection at the election in June ? Who
prepared litem 7 Who filed them and
who has paid the expense ol securing
signature to the petitions and ol print
ing arguments in their favor?"
These are question that bate .been
aiked frequently since it became known
that the most 'Important duty ol the
voters ol the state at the coming elec
tion will be that ol determining how to
vote upon nearly a score of hills and con
stitutional amendment. Voters will be
influenced more or lest by the names ol
the people who vouch (or a measure,
even if Ihoy do not thoioughly under
stand Its provisions.
Every bill Introduced in the I-egltU-
ture heart the name ol the man who in
troduced It. The records In the office
ol the rVcrelary ol t-tale show who tiled"
each ol the Initiative and referendum
petitions, aud, to that extent, who is
sponsor (or them. At In the case of bills
In the Legislature, though, It it not al
wayt possible to determine who pre
pared the measures and in whose Inter
est they were filed. In tome Instances
Ihs real party in interest can I only
guessed at. To determine who are the
secret promoters ol any meaturs would
bs mors difficult than to ascertain the
hidden Interests back ol a bill in the
Legislature. o far aa the records go,
they are open to the public. Tbe signa
tures themselves reveal nothing ol con'
The case of the state vt Peter Pater-
stciner, charged with the murder ol J.
M. Johninn, was begun this morning by
the examination for Jurors. Out of tbe
special venire of 23 men summoned, 10
were accepted when Court adjourned
(or noon, and another venire of Ave men
This afternoon the two remaining jur
ors were selecled. The men wbe are to
determine the guflt or innocence ol
C. X. finow, Farmer,
Frank Downing, Farmer,
W. F. Barrows, Carpenter,
Farmer, Ft. Klamath
Lumberman, K. F.
The Jurymen were then taken to ttsw
the place where the trouble occurred,
and on their return to tbe Court Uouss
the case was stated to tbesn by attorneys
Moore and Stone lor the stats, and by
F. II. Mills (or the defense. Court then
adjourned until 9 o'clock Wsdasaday
morning, when the bearing ol testimony
L. C. Slsemore,
B. W. Towers.
P. H. Gray,
Judge L. F Willitt began construe
this morning on an office (or his own
use. on bis property on Fifth street.
Councilman Htilts, of the street Com
mlttee, hat been buty today serving
u -lice on the property owners (or ths
construction of sldewalka recently or
dered by the city council. There . will
he many new wtlka built in ths near
On account ol the small attendance) at
tbe regular monthly meeting ol tbs
fire department last evening tbs msst
log wat adjourned until Thursday erasing.
sequence, (or In nearly every instance
men who were employed t j circulate pe
titions secured the signatures ol voters
Attend! the Fisherman that uaea
OUR FISHING TACKLE
Fly Hooka. Spoon Baits, Reels,
Lines, Steel and Bamboo Rods.
They are constructed for scien
tific fishing and no matter how
unskUltd the fisherman success
will attend his efforts if hei
our tackle. .. .. .. ..
Roberts & Hanks