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SECOND Vkau, No. H7H.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. MONDAY, JUNE 15. 1908.
Price, 6 Cents.
RESUMING ACTIVITIESM County Springs
I Attract Much Attention
Strong Indications that Railroad
Construction Begins Soon
HAHRIMAfi WANTS WHOLE STATE
Surveying (Irew.s Working in Southern Purl of Stuto On
Oregon I nstcrn tind On Gooso l.ukc & Southern.
Iliqti Oltttiah Investigate Held
Mottmriili t.f iiiiii)' nl I !' lalliiMd
imh llfongly indicate, that activity In
lh ronitruell'iii ul Hum In thlsai-cliuii
of tht slate I' I" I rr" ""' ""i. IjiI
)rir a en ( turtrjurs "ruler Cutl
lUniln nurtcd from 0 loll, In lliiaroiiii
tr.tolli'cait, making tlio prrllmlnai)
surrey fur llm Uieii'iii Kaatr.ru. Mr.
lUakla and hit new are- again In Ilia
teU, aurVlng limit tMell ai rot tli
noanUlm ti Natruii. It I hellerril
thai adust roiiitruetluii work will !
.lonton thl road Jit as 'in m lliti
jolillfil tltuttluii l mow lull)' detel.
opel. Tlir line (run (Moll in Nalnn
will, according In llm llarrlmyi plant,
luros t pan ul llir rnul In be liullt from
tbUclty In Natron, and will, when com.
pitted, l-r ll.o iiuln II up nl llii Souther ii
I'triCc, running nnrlli and south
Slurrying crewt urn nl mirk nn the
(loom l.ile ninl Southern line, with
tt.lotrtcr( nl Allum A part nl ll x
crtw Ii at work near Nvw l'lne Creek,
abul II inllrt until nl l.ilcvlew, Tim
tKfnt tMlof Chief Kiulnrcr Win. Hood
of the fnullii'(ii rrlflr( and K. II, Oal
tin, tier president ul llm 8, I'. ami rr
Ibatof thn (loot Uku A Southern, tr
Northern (Vlfornlt an I Soutlic-rii Ore
oo, It It thought hii In rolinrcllnii
lib llir resumption ol work mi some nl
lbs niiil linn. Thry made a thor
oah intritigallun ol i. California
Northeastern, nml alio nl the- Hue nl lln
(loose I aVp A Southern lirnr vtlirrn II
leaves llm unlti lino n llm Southern I'.i-
111-. 'I In .il lr I I liicoiitalluu lur
tlil new rniiti. piosl.lu lint Anderson,
('nlliall I hi llir rujiillivrri terminal mid
Ijikrile llii Northern.
Il It ipillv nidi nl that llurrlinan In
tends In iiiniioMn tit Oiegou leril
lory, arnl In ontrr In make hit plain tur
reulnl In1 imml gel lilt iwli under way
U'fuiK tin. field it Invaded by the (ioiildt.
I.ketirw-people feel roiill'lciil llmt lliry
Mill have n railroad witliln a few jcart.
lur il llartiman dors not ImlM iliry feel
rnUIn ilial N. ('. 0 , eil-ading north
ward from llcun, lll Ik) extended Into
jiki County dy llic Gould., who run
trnl. II lliry iln nut own, llm line.
Tlili lirln a irrillcnllal )rr, Il l
Very Mil) llmt railroad actltity will nut
in, Mfiniml nn u i'ry cxIrnilM prate
unlit altrr tliu iiuiiilnalloii lia Ncn
Nickcll (lets Rehearing
I'liarlra Nit kill, former nillllirr nl
tlif Iviiitlirrii Ori'Kiinlaii nml lur many
rrart ilcmnrrallc Irailrr nl Hnutlinn
On itmi, win) ai runtlclct liy I'rancU
Ann river, ul lln IiimiI nl Smmin-r
Lake talli-y In inillnTii l.nU muni)', ii
nl llili llinv utlrtutliitt cornliUralj !
Ii'iill'in ua an . Iloil It Mug main In
riimi llii. hiiIi r Mini In iitlllie II In tlio
Inlnntloii of iln- Inrifii cdicplirmli (ilnlu In
tlio iintili rml nf (Mi valley. Ana river
lut Ixmiii iiriieni nno nl Knullicin
Oirtfnii't kiiuI uuinlert, ami liai Ucn
tliointiulily lnratlKaleil hy llm Onvurn-
I mi'iil (ienliiKlrnlriiirvvy, Hlileli In one nl
lit liiillilltia y,im Ilia folio Iny ruir Ik
Tin1 iioiIIiitii cmlnf the valley ulHutii
mi r Lake In r-'iiitlu-rri Oregon, cniilalnt
a triniii ul lliiii) or lour larco tprlnKt
Milled unite In (urni Ana Itlver, Ilia prin
cipal feeilernf Iln-lakn from tliu anulli.
Tlii'etirini;ii occur in a aeml-arlil region,
wliem llo'lr Milnnu npproxlinnlcly
lOO.fOi) Kalinin a minute ami llielr coif
tnt IIom llirriiicli wet ami ilry aeaiotni
make lliem nljjuelt nl unutual intercut, I
anil llielr anurru liat alwn) Ueli n puz
lie In Im'nl lueitliintura.
5-iinitntT liko Valley U a ileprcailon
Imnleri'il mi llic well ami north liy tjii
aplciiout clilfa nl baialt ami nn tlio caul
liy lower llmt ul tlio tame material.
Omt larcu fticain, Clienaucan Itlver,
rliliiK In Hie wooleil inoiintalni went of
tin lixln, illtcliarKct into it lliruiili n
complcuoiit can) on, lint llie Hoh ol tliit
trvaui l lo" tlinn Ilial nf llie ((rent
tprluii al llic lieail nf tlie alley.
Tlio leiiiernturci ( llie Ana Itiwr
Hatert IMdVireca or more abovo tlio
mean annual teinKratureil llie region
Imllrntf llmt llie tprlnga rite from dfpllit
KXO fret or mnrc Mow. At llie turface
It prubalily a uiero eneer, wliorn
lliickneiit it iniicli let tlian it the alluv
ium llml lurma tliu valley lluor, It it
probable that llie watcrt rite from tliu
I. Ilency lhi"-)rnra ngunl cuiuplracy . umli rlyliii! rotkt alongono or more of
l.itiilatjli i Jury In Ihe lan.l frauil the llr.et nf caty pai.age afforJcJ by the
rnie., bat ivreitr.lv mil frimi bit at- laullt or Iiactumpianea turn ninii inr
tnri.ey, Marlln I.. rl t nf I'olllaml, valley Hut even if llm ipilnKt )IeM
Hint n lehrairimr ol hit cnr bit Wen rotk ttalert Irmn Jeplln, the aource ol
granlr.1 by llie Icleral court ul nppeale lucre tiateri atill reinalm unknown.
Xlclicl lfnite-1 ftalet ramniii- j Tlie geolojltlt of the United Plalct (leo
aiutier at Meilfnnl and wat accuned ol i logical Surtey, w bo hnvcen ttud)lng
liatliiK accepliil rure. alll.latitt Ibo legion, rcjectrd at once the idea that
only way to get a perfect fit
ting suit is to have it made
to your measure
Then you get the pattern of
cloth you want in the exact
style you desire
If we fall to fit you we will
not charge you a cent ....
GIVE US A TRIAL
Watch for the big Shoe Sale
Friday and Saturday, June 19-20
- K. K. K. STORE -
KLAMATH FALLS FASHION SHOP
the nrcnt i-ntt and tuuth of the spring
could furriiili llie ttntern, partially !
enure of Ihe aridity in llii'te ari.ai, and
partly became their IritoMltfatloiu m,
revealed ttrtii'liiral conditions that
would tend In protent Mio circulation ol
the untur u'eitwurd to tin- jxilnt at
which It Imiii-k. North mid wett nf tliu
tpllngt, bowetir, la u inoiiiitnlnoiii re
(Ion, not well known Keologlcally, but
Including an area that It well timbered
mid baa itlothely high rainfall. In tbli
region riwi Hpraguc mid VIIIaniN,n
Itlvcrt, bulb atreaint ol eon'ideralile vol
ume. It It probnblo that Ibo turface ul
tbla mountain region pretvrita areas of
(oroua mcka capable of nbrorblnt; the
rain water that falls upon it, and there
arcat are regarde.1 at th moil probable
toiim.'ol Ihe nateia that Itjne In luch
great volume at the tpiinK.
Airs. Reames Honored
Wife Held For Robbing the I. S.
Mails at Royston
GRAND JURY RETURNS TRUE BILL
Deputy Postmisttess Must race Trial la the feaeral Cewt
lor Pilfering the MaHa While hi Chartje of
a Klamath County Post Office
At the diction ol the oflicvrt of the
(irand Ivxlgeof tliu Order of the Kut
em filar, which met at Portland latt
week, Mm. E. It. Itearnct, of thla city,
wat elected Wnitby Ornnd Matron.
The I'oitland Telegram, In giving an ac
count nf the election printed a ptcturo
of llie Klamath ladyand the following:
The worthy matron elect, Mrt. Jcnnlu
I', lleamet, it a natito daughter of
Oregon nnd bna long iK-en an active
member nr tlieO. K. K. he wat a
charter member ol Adare Chapter, Nn.
.1, nrganlicd in Jncktontille, July SO,
18S0, and deniitlnl to Alnho Chapter,
No 01, of Klamath Fall, at the time of
lit orcanltallnn March 13, 1899, terv-
lug at ill Aral worthy matron for time
teurt. 8be baa bveu n lucmlicr of the
(Inind Chapter for the pi nine jeara
an it looked upon as being one- of Its
mutt earnest workcra.
CauKht in the Act
Shortly before ctoring time tttlurdar
evening Clarence Getter apneared at the
Klamath County Hank and pretented to
Attlitant Cashier Lctlio llogera the
check of Henry lraw for $100. Mr.
llogera paid him the money, butthorlly
afterward tie autpicloned that tlio check
might be a forgery and he at once tele
phoned Mr. Straw and found that ho
wai-correct in bit suiplclona. The olll-
rers Mere notlflled and tlio arrest wua
made by Cily Mnralial Low at tbo Hcl-
mont Feed Yard. Tlio 100 was found
In the possession of Getter. The man
under arrest worked at Tokegama mot
of thn winter, but had been In Hie em
ploy of Mr. .Straw during tbo spring.
He wilt bo brought before the Grand
Jury tihicli was cnllel today liy l'ron-
cnllng Attorney W. J. Moore.
Court in Session
Thoiiimnioiiingiifit gruud ury was
tlio flint mutter taken up alti'r tbo con
vening nf thn regular term ol tlio Cir
cuit Court. The following jury was
cboren: V. U, Rlmpson, J. O. Tujior,
V. W. Mendenhall, Clay Tuylor, A.,M.
Sutton, Otto Held rich mid A. K. HUn
key. The jury la in aestlon this nflernoou
and a large number yt witnesses aie be
lug examined, many of Ham from Do
nanta. The basement ol ihe library
building is living lined us u nxnn fur the
Up to the lime of going to piets the
Grand Jury has returned no true bills
Lut it la understood that, set eral will be
relumed cither tonight nr tomorrow.
Tlio docket for title term of court will
be a long one nnd v. Ill likely last through
more than two weeks. Resides tbo
criminal cnse there aro a nnmbei r(
civil actions and divorce cases.
The jury men and alt of the witnesses
being In the city makes the court n
It wat the aesthetic taste, il seems,
and her longings for higher and finer
thjngt, that led to thedownlall of Mrt.
Nelllu F. Itagan, former attlitant post
mistress at Hojaton, in this county and
ut one time, known as the cowgirl queen
oftoutbern Oregon, against whom an
indictment containing four count ha
been returned by a federal grand Jury
sustaining the chargo of robbing the
Unltcl States malls which had been
placed against her two month ago.
Among other fancy article that Mr.
Ilagan is accused of having taken from
the United Stale malls and converted to
her own uteare two sofa pillow coven,
each of which wa addressed to other
persons. Then pretty petticoat) and
fancy bote, cream colored and dainty
blue union suit are alto mentioned in
tbo indictment as having been among
the effect which Mr. Itagan confiscat
ed from the channel of Uncle Sam'
mall service. Hut in keeping an aye
open for du'icate article of an orna
mental nature, Mrs. Ilagan did not, ac
cording to the chargo of the government
oOicialt, over look the neceititie of lit.
For the evidence show that aucli ar
ticles of wear as corsets, conet corer,
while test and many other piece of
drett and goods had b?en taken by the
One of the count In the Indictment I
that Mrs. Ifauan took charge of a (ofa
pillow cover belonging to Miss. Ada Erb
at Illy. This tv.ti rather a fancy affair,
and particularly attractive to tlie eye.
The cot er is made of postal card. Tbl
was taken, it i charged, Novabr 18,
Another tola pillow cover had been Mnt
to Mrt. I lees Clopion of Bonanxa, but
had been sidetracked by the assistant
Mis Magglo Leonard of Bly, coma in
for moio thing found in powetalon of
Mr. Itagan than any of the othura who
lost article in tlie mall and who gave
tastlmony before thegrand juror. Mis
Uonnrd claims a petticoat, two union
suits, four while vesta and the tame
numlicr of cortet cover.
Mrs. J. K, Edsalt of Bly, claim a cor
set which Mr. Hagan had when the au
thorities searched her home.
Mrs. Itagan I but S3 year old. She
has u baby only a few month of age.
Sho was formerly Mis Nellie Bauer and
a a girl rods the rang for bar father
who waa in th cattl botiaea in Lak
BettRagan, bar husband, who waa
arretted on the belief that ba bad baaa
implicated in tbo tbafU, ! not to to
tried, the grand Jury reporUag that thajr
had failed to find a trno bill of Infor
mation againit bin.
Royston 1 a relay (tag atatlon nar
Bly. Mr. Bagan took cbarga of tba
pottofflea but fall wblla tba potaltraa
moved to Bonania in ordr to at)
her chl'dran an opportunity to attetvd
Mr. Bagan will probably ba triad ba.
fore Jndga Wolvarton ia tba United
8Uta district Court mm Una dariag
the ummer, or poaaibly not until neat
The amount ol bail wa fliad-atll,
Work waa began on tba an Library
building but waak, aad ia progralag
Tory nicely. Th Wilding will to
fact by 40 faat la !, aad wUI aaato
tba Library a coawtartabla boa.
Tber i no doubt that wbati tba ear
aaatara gat through with it aad tba
ladW ol the Library awociatloa Uka
charge, it wilt baasadaoM of tba pret
tiest place In town. Lake County Examiner.
Tbe annual election In school dlatrlet
No. 1 wa bald tbia afternoon. Tba
vote wa not large as it waa generally
understood that tba old oflcsra bad
done sucb sflclant work that tbay
would be re-elected without any op
position. P. L. Fountain waa elected to
lucceed blaaaalf aa director aad aa al
Capt. J. W. Siemeo waa alactad etark.
Tba reported robbery of tba Midway
Wholesale Liquor house, which la now
in cbarga of Sheriff Obtncbaia, atartad
from the fact that a door waa found of
It binge. It has not been discovered
that any of th stock is missing, aad
those familiar with the condition of the
door aay that It baa always been In that
J. 8. Lane, one of Lake eouaty'a
prominent Democrats, I in tlie elty oa .
bis way borne from attending the Detao'
cratic State Convention. '
The proof of
it in the
The White Mountain Freezer
makes more cream, bettercrcam, and makes it easier
, amt cheaper than any other freezer on the market
LET US SHOW YOU WHY