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Mostly fowl Pn-Jor ,n
the Best Results
SECOND YKAIt. NO. r,77.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 13. 1908.
Price, 5 Cents.
COMPLAIN TO NEWELL
Upper Project Landowners Pro
test to Reclamation Director
DAM OR DISSOLVE CONTRACTS
Demand thtit Work on Clettr hike Duin Hu Sttirted I his
Veur, iind (Man Tor Cancellation ol Contracts
If Request I. Not Grunted
NrnUn "I ! w'jtr' "'M"", ""'
rUlloo M-ming 'a'"1" ",",r '" l!''lr
1,1.(14 liirrlliiit at ltoll.li. last
MiAiir.i'iii approximately M.ww r,r
J Unit were lepirtcliled. Thelo writ
May iliru"iout, Iml the aim ol lln
Mtlof was ' K! down l lUUlf ,
Itnl In accordance Willi lid !' tf !
(run mi ordered n-ut l the dlteclor
J U Itrclatusli.ili Service rrilriliii!
iLlt Ui lonril lilil mi Ilia Clear lVr
Jin I iK'inil Iclrd iml aecile1( and
Ibtt work Ivl'idlli Immediately. Itwaa
tin ilecl'led that a committee Im ap
pelated lu Jolt Irttrr embodying the
tlatiiof the land ownei on llir Upper
project with instruction that coplcifil
UwldUr tr (rill In nil of the oltlcUU
ItUmted In reclamation mattrla, ml
tUt another committee lw appointed In
Isvestlfstr and recommend infant lor
wearirjgllit rancellatlonof thecontracta
fottotrrmnrnt Irrigation In the event
Utal Wrrctor I II. Ntwrll rrfutes to
rttoasUtr and accept lli loweal bid on
TU main complaint nl Ilia landowii
en In tli t'ci-rr (project N llut they
Lutalrraljr waited lour year for llm
oitinuirnt tn begin wntk ott (tie ptu
tctlallitl irilion, mnl up In thlt time
Bathing Iji Wen dune ami apreiitly
lUrt li mi indication lliat anything will
W dune fur tome timr.
Il teerni to data lieen the tense ol the
Batting that all ol the members ol the
Waltr t'icii Association are to crate
ps'lnf assessment to (lis ataoctatlon
aalil they have definite atsurence that
tin director k older woik ilmie on
t tlir piojccl tklt year. Jacob
Knee., One nl the directors of the aii
cUtlon from that .rclluti, stated that ho
wotilj nj n inntu nstetiiiient and ad
W ill oihura In .to likewise. Ilu
further staled that In order to not Incur
; iwnH- mi thii organisation liu
wnM lieiralter absent hlinielf from the
"ootidy ilitrrtora' meeting.
Tbe action of the IHrcctor Mill have
Men's Straw Hats, all styles.
Values up to $2.00, tZfin
DRIVE PRICE - - VC
mm h In du with the completion of the
Klamath piojict. It urine that lu the
llitrlrat i.l harmony It will hat invcMary
for Hire tor Ni-nell to abide by the ii
COiiiim'inUlioiis nl hiiglnecr Kenny ami
Murphy anil accept the lowest hid on
the Clear IjiIp dam.
Special Sunday Dinner
The llnilatoii KiIiIiik Itoniu will terte
It uitial Huii'Uy dinner (rum H to H .
in. They will lie irriirl to handle
Woman's Club Officers
The Woman1 Club hi-M II onniial
rlcctlnn I ihlay alli'rnoonan'l the fullun
liiK mrmU'ra wrl chorn for vniuimc
)rar Mlia SauU'r, irniilriit., Mir.
(). .nii;n, tlcf.picildfiit; Mm. I:. V.
Coiwrll, r-'ecretary: ami Mia A.
Cha, Motion It in the illy from
to'lirojfijf IJUer Valley, where he haa a
lama uuniher of rattle on panlure. II"
) the ahoitaKK ol I or I thiouuhotillhe
Kait will rllrct the price ol bet-l ill Ihla
i-rllon It'liiijtrt from that pait i(
the rountry thouM timit here. The
maiari on thocoail ha not Improve!,
oulm; to the fact that San I'rnncl'Co In
mil uiliiK the amount of ahu-k that It
illil a lew )rari a;o,
Mr. ami Mra. W.B. Wonlen nre ex
lcttri to arrive In Klamath Kalli with a
new I'liif-Toledo car lu a ilay or two.
They hiinK with them Mra. V. T. liar-
.1 1 Han KiancNi-o, for a Uit of n
Travel Into llila city line increaml
ilurlug the part few wreka ami the ar
rival! on the boat a crane better than
aUtceii il.lly. Tho oulgolnif nurnU-r
prolably iinc-thlril lcf.
J. J. Alexander, ion ol J. V. Alexan
der, anhed here from I'ortlan d lait
nllllit ami went Into Ihu limber with
J. I'. Kimball tmlay.
on all Ladles'
LAKEVIEW SALOON MEN
PROMISE TO BE GOOD
l.atl wrik the alnotimi-ii of Ikevlew
held a lurrllnK, at which they miilually
aiii'p to i'1om their place of biielriem
at I o'clock on Saturday ulxht nml keep
them iln.ivl nml llm fullowliiK Monday
iiiornln They ido aKrenl loUu away
with wlde-ojx'ii KamblliiK.
Ihiinew title of atfalr wai Intrij
duced lt Haturda) nlnlit, aid Hunday
the mloniii ieiiialiiel cloned all day. It
wai, probably, the first time Ihli hat oc
Justice Court Case
JuitUe o the IVacu A. 1). Miller It to
l.iy hearing tho evidence In the tare
wherein Kdgar Johrnon, of Merrill, il
charged with ttealiug a wagon ihert.
The rate waa tried twlrn in the jiinthe
court at Merrill and each time remitted
in a hung jury. He it again being tried
U'foie a Jury comprited of the following
men: N. Ijiiigell, W. C. Banderton,
(Sen. North, It. II, llota, Wm. Whitlock
ami W. T. Hiiillh, Ceteral attornct
are lu the cane and the wagon ahcet will
he an expenilvoone before the matter
it Dually tcttlrd.
Wind Raises Havoc
The laige Ilrry barn that waa being
etciti-d at Itouit hy It. 1.. Oliver col
lat'ted almt '1 o'clock Tueiday altarnoon
at reiult of a midden wlndttorm. In III
fall I', wrecked the ollice of Zolynan A
Hairier, local coutlaclor and hullden.
rortnnalely iiocii wat hurt, though
a number of carpenters were at work on
the building at the tlnieaml were pre.
cipitated to the ground. Zoltnan wat
at work in hit ollice when the cruili
came which demolished hit building,
and though knocked down, eicaped with
a few tllght IhuIm-s.
Hotel For Dorris
The IKinla Hotel Company hat Wen
organized at the new railroad termiuut,
and they propone to put up a 25,0(X)
building at once. Tho company ownt an
entire block lu the town of Dorrlt and
will iitillie it a hotel ground. It hat
not been learned who tho Dorria Hotel
Inspecting New Grader
County Judge J. B. Griffith I tpend
ing tho day near the Summer ranch
taking itemt on the large grader recent
ly purchated hy the county. The ina
chliiery i now at work on the roada in
J. P. llonham and K. V. Muller, who
have been doing builne under the
firm name of Singer Sowing Machine
Agency, have thi day hy mutual con
tent ditiolved partnership, E. V. Mul
ler annulling control of the Kdlson
Phonograph business, at the prenent lo
cation, corner ol tlth and Main streets,
while J. P. llonham will continue a
agent and salesman for the Singer A
Wheeler Wilton Hewing Macnira Co.,
at hit residence on the ctrnc- of Oth ai.d
Klamath avenue. Phone 63.
Dattd June 13, 1901-
K. W. Muitm
J, P. llONSJAU.
ICE CREAM PARORS
MRS. R. M, SARTER, Proprietor
PHONE 816 OPPOSITE AMERICAN HOTEL
curled in the hintory of the town. At
the iceeiit election the county went
"wet" by but evilly-live vole, and tills
no doubt canned the aalonmncii In take
the action they have, which will be for
tho bttteiinent of thecimmunity.
The baibcM, who have leen lu the
habit ol keeping open a half day on Sun
day, hate alto agreed to keep their
place of builne clord the entire day
henceforth. Thlri will i;o Into effect
Pell From Window
The S-ycar-old ton of Mr. ami Mrt.
II. C. ISowuian, fell out of an iipitalra
window lat night, lighting on hit face,
breaking hit noeand sustained a num
her of teu-re bruirct. Dr. II. It. Hamil
ton wat tumiiioiied and made the little
ono at comfortable at i-os-lblu under
the conditions. The little fellow had
been put to U'd near an nj-en window
and In tome unknown way fell from
the window to the ground, a distance of
about fourteen feet.
Indian War Veterans
There are 300 eurvlvon of the Indian
war left. Although tho olllclat count
hat not yet been made '.t was figured
that there were fully that many gath
ered in the convention hall of the
veterans' association at the annual
Considering the fact that tcaicely a
man in attendance upon the convention
It under 70 years of age, the number of
turvlvora and their general health It a
remarkable testimonial to the strength
and hardihood of the early pioneer and
the healthfulneta of the North I'aciflc
A Busy Scene
Parties coming along the scene ol tho
railroad marsh work and the expert
mental farm ray that the three dredges
at woik in one vicinity make it appear
that thero I something; doing in the
Klamath country. The three machine
arc now in operation, two on the rail
road dike and ono on the embankment
(or the experimental farm.
For Higher Canal Line
A surveying party of the Heclamn.
tion Service is at work in the upper
part ot tangcll valley. An exami
nation i being made at to the feati
billty of getting a higher point ol di
version at the head o! the alley for tho
Kait Side canal, lu order to cover more
land in Yonnit valley. Project Kuglnccr
Murphy and Kngtneer Vorhee vltited
tho camp to aid In tho work. It I re
ported that they aUo vltited the dam
tlto with the view ol securing direct in.
formutlon a to water conditions that
would enable Murphy to give reason
(or urging the beginning of work on the
dam thi season. llonania Bulletin.
Judeo II. L. Benson, In discussing the
recent election of Governor Chamber
lulu, says that most of the Republican
leaders of the state uie In favor of the
PIES AND CANDIES
BUILD TO STATE LINE
Orders Issued For Extension of
Railroad to Calor
Work On California Northeastern Progresftifttj More Sat
isfactorily Since Visit of Chief Engineer Hood
Late Orders Result of Klamath Trip.
Governor' election by the Legltlature,
they realliing that it I the with of the
people of the (late that be be choeen
and also fearing that It would irrepara
bly Injure the Ilepubllcan party of the
Hate If the wishes of tho matte thould
be ditregarded. lie lay farther that
the feeling antagonlttic to the Gorernor
is subsiding, and that moat of the party
leaden now are ol the opinion that he
will be elected United State Senator on
the first ba lot. There It, however, (till
much opposition from certain Republi
cans and with it the hare poeeibillty that
tho legislature will not act In accord
ance with tho popular vote.
Judge II. I.. Itenton returned laat
night from a visit at Salem, Portland
and Seattle. At the last place he waa
the guest of Ilervey Lindtey for a few
day. He wat accompanied home by
hit daughter, Mr. N. C. Brig, Jr.,
and ton, of Ilollitter, Cal., and by hi
grandson, Cyril Benson, of Salem. Mr.
Briggt will remain lor several .waekf,
and will be Joined by her husband about
tho first of July.
W. C. Koulka appeared before Police
Judge A. I.. Leavltt Hit morning in re
sponse to a warrant charging him with
permitting and entering into gambling
In hit saloon, The Owl. At the requeet
of tho city attorney John Irvin, the case
wat continued and will he heard at 9
o'clock Monday morning.
Girl J, gentle Spring it I. ere, and to 1
th swellett line ot collar pint, collar
supporter, waist tett, bracelet and
ttudt for waists and small walat link,
all in the newest design at McHattan'e.
True II. Deljp closed a very ucee-
ful term of school at Keno yeaterday.
Prof. DeLap ha been teaching only a
short time but he Is meeting with suc
cess In tho work.
The Bonania Bulletin ay tho ma
chlnery for Bonanza' new flour mill
ha been (hipped and It 1 expected to
arrive hero in about a month.
Dr. B. IMly, of 1-akevlew, one of the
prominent Democrat of the itate, baa
been elected a pretldentlal elector.
The proof of
The White Mountain Ft ft
maker more cream, better cream, and make it easier
anil clirapcr than any other freezer on the market
LET US SHOW YOU WHY
HARD WARE DIALERS
IN SURVEY LINE
Aa a reealt of the recent visit of Chid
Engineer Wm. Hood, of the Southern
Pacific, an order baa been leaned to
build the California XortheMtern aa far
aa Calor, the tiding on the (tale 11m
jostaaaoon aa poeelble. It U under
tood that tbe laying of tie and ralla
will be began next week.
Mr. Hood alto !aed order for a
change in the tnrrey from the (tat Una
down to tbe marah, and tbe line baa al
ready Uen changed. Tbeneweunrey
make tbe road leading to tba marah
more direct and eat cat number ol
carve. Mr. Hood made no defloit)
statement aa to tbe time tbe road
would be completed to thle city, bat
from order that be gave It la very evi
dent that tbe road will be completed to
the water early tbla Fall, and that not
later than next Summer tr tine will bo
running Into Klamath Fall.
Tbe work on tba road i bow piogieee
log more etlafectorily than any time
heretofore. Tho "ahoe Hy" la xsraetf
eally completed w that wbeatMMylag
ol ilea and rail la began the road can bo
completed to Calor without any unsec
eeeary delay. Two dredge are now at
work on tbe marah and W. II. Kant,
wbo ha charge of tbla work, itatee that
plendid p rogue la being mad. The)
dike will be completed to navigable
water in about four week.
Warner Valley Case
While in Portland Jodge U. L. Ben
eon beard tbe argnmenta in the Warner
Valley case. The cause came op In
tba Circuit Court for Lake County at
tba regular October term, bat waa left
open for tba May term in order to giro
tba attorney! opportunity to file depos
ition from outside ol the state. Owing
to tho death of Col. C. A. Cogswell tho
case did not come up at the May term,
so it waa heard by Jndge Benson at
Portland by mutual consent ol tho
attorneys, this procedure saving tbem a
trip to Lake County.
Attorney-General Crawford appeared
for tbe state and the ssttlers, while
Doovert Stapleton appeared lor tbe
Warner Valley Land and Livestock
Company. Tbe case was taken under
advisement by Judge Benson.
is in the