Newspaper Page Text
I II.IILIII' III
Our Advertisers Out
the Best RsultH . . .
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. FRIDAY, ,IULY 11. 1908.
JLL CLASSIFY SOILS -"" Farmers Get
Hands During Busy Season
I.I IV A 4- V I I
Iqriculturai ueparimeni uraers
Parly to Klamath Project
Washington, Jul) 'I. ! itntiKlt tlntli
, iitilihiiiti,f 'fjiuiil.fl. nr lj,Hr aiifl
the IVtlnflm. Ih-iuuiiiiint, rerretary
lislributlnu to farmers ami others who
are likely to need llm services of farm
nml ciiiiiiinnhihoreri,oriii(.- harder, and
MAKING BIG SHOWING
Railroad Work Being Vigorously
Prosecuted All Along Line
jRVEY 10 BE MADE THIS YFAR
retsman Iliiwli'V Write Thai Parly Storied lor hlnm-
nlhlul) Isl-Cliissllicdtlon Mario ut eiit'Sl ol
I o( id Organizations and I nyinccrs
trau.ai.d l',.!,,,,,.,,., u,.ml Meier 'who may obtain tin- character i.l lulu'
haw- m iugmal.,1 u plan l ,-enif-e 1,1, (, -.ulre,l ,, ,.lf.B the letiirn Informs-,
mil i.-heve f.m.., , (l,m , i,.b tloii enl, prosily filled out, without j nr 11iTrn Q rini Till
."-.-..rvli..,,, l1.l,1.,.,lmr,..11.l.ll.. ,.,j,ncnt.,l,t,.K KLALll Vf f I LK Dl LAKLY I ALL
tli- mallei .,( pr.--iiiii,K adequate .i. lor this valuable a. nice no charge in'
'Hi- detail .in. I.,,,,, promulgated, to he made, nr fee. uecented. either Irom I
thioinrh ih.. tiiiii, iii'iiriiiBtim,ii.iit,ioeror ini.iote,niii the niiicm I Advance Grading Crews Working Short Distance Tram Edge
lime in i,l Immigration and Naluiallra. entrusted with the work will exercise ! . ... s; i t . i . r,
in imii-n--niauy ouusiamiai iiiijr(m:mt;ni Demy
Made at All Stations on New Road
...... i i. . lui (.'fiiiitrvM
it Ml""" ' "
, B" 0 llal l,," "'' '"' "
,itiM hy I" M'""" "r.
dd llir llurrau ul N.llt, ol the De
rU,nt ct Ami- ."Hi.-, thai on July
ill ianrri',l t'l '", 'ur
,biiI. Mlt l I'" 'rK..c i.l iiiik.
. . i . . ... iif lint Iflafn.
ildrllllfl " ' ........
EkUbijIiuii I jrl The wink
llUlodillkT I I '
kt U Itqurtt ' llm Chamber nl
swrff, the hutnalli Water lti-rjM
dillon irel ii .mU-r ol llm loeal
I'jsjllon nil' Wether with Ilia
itr ih'w i r I -parl lucfit hat
iirtlel In in'' ' ' HiliHum.
ii ml irffli" - the adllcfi unit
(Ver ttirom lU.ler the party will
lit Lata '""' a lew dayt to ifglll
Witt Ur,( nil ' I derived liom
IrU'Iv ar(r .1 'I if toll It will I
t!ll,r the kii''' ! cropt that will
Ibtitiallni hiIiuii and may lead to
lUtmlielioii 1 aiitlrt the pioduc-
dlalikh ion- iOvn Illicitly leniun
ilitr. H"' I- a hrli in rarr)lnit
ll iilmiii at the tlalloiii that
t) It ratL ""1 ami will tay n
"nintal tH m the nifilctilliilal ilf
L-0inl ul II .wnU iimlrr the KUm
May Defeat Cannon
KiiLlnilcn Julj I -An orvanlieU
!tii (ill I" hare hrrli illicorerrtl to
'ril"tYc!e - Cannon lor wakr
lUilUr.fir.l C'Xittic II the ltful"
isi firry ll,. Hume Ho hai hern
i an it- lrul,lii nacllonary
nnit U- eiiiiiinalnl, ro the reort
l) ll fIU.1,,1 .., ll,. i.i.ll
I'lt't tint llliiii.ia rniiuiniuian. In
Jut .liee !! hai aiiliil the
Kimliii l..i. ,i( f,,r j ran M a Irlhiiln
jl'rol.1 dif, (, -e eiH
" Ill the t, l,, i,ari. t, !!! ,
lln')"i.alln inihromi nl ('aiin.m'n
' l Mbl 11,1.1 .,K.,v UlK,r W
on lln- lijtlit iiKiiim: Cannnn, The
ii-ii I'-irtnlioei.t nl Coimiierre .u.l l.n ',.v,.r) ,kimI.Ih .rcrmitlon In eelc-oliiij;
- . nn-I mi,I.ii,i l'..linaler (irneiul uieli ami lliiertlnu tlivin In lU-lllimtioii,
l'..ia. lliimwl, , :,ir., i,.m.,)j h, ra wh. iflaborN nut meikilal
"'"'"' thai .articiilar time, llm i..llcallniin
riie ,Un ii ..i.kiiuI In Hut .uiiiilr mat ho relilricd by i)"tctlve eiuplov-
liMlilallmi ileiiiniijul l.r Hie Ameil. an '' ""iileinlal.im Remeal litlrlhiltwii I vn for future iim-,
rr-lrratlon nl l.nl.or ami hit flhl t "' 1"llll",,;'1 l'"' '"l oilier fumuna j Thu work nl neleetitiK tullable pertom
Chlcano aKllil llm aiill-ii.Juiiitli.ii "el''iii,iijim.,i In that tievi.lhvre to lertu n thu tuveral ileldt ol labor
I'tank In the ieiiilllraii ilalliniii Imi "'" u'" '"'"anle-l to iitmn.lcr cou-rcJ will he iiltrn "fecial attention
whetted the hailed nl urmilicl Ul r '"'""nhinil the l'iiil..l Mal, cUfc byexH;rl iletlKnated by the Depart-
waker'l oitllioii t the hauajr !
lor hllil. II mill" nl the n iiulillian tri.
ienntallrt, IxaiLnl f.l the ili'.li.wil
nl the Aineilran re-leratlun nl lil.i
ain nllliliK to I'lit'k'e lliruiivltri In mle
afaliitt Cannon, the) mayillrrt a emu
i!oiiiWi) with the reilerallnn.
Off for Florida
.I . jr.l., mill mum atlaihiiieiitu, lor luent ol Qiinintrif and Ijibor,
Local People Interested
In The Tennis Tournament
The Uiihi lourimiiieiil it proline aibeturen r-'narttlamlcr and Crotliv. Af
ter ninnlni; the flmt ret 8-& In htilliant
dl)le, .Snarltlander aip.-irently neakvu
ed ami waa unable to win the licit two
ett, which went to Crothy 0-0, C-J!
.Mr. Suarttlander ihowedhli tkllljiut
prior to liia match with Croahy by de
li'atinx'.Mr. II. O. Wilton, who is a snap
py and clever player. This mi oneol
Mr. ami Mr. W. I'. Mlclttr n
.Mm Alice I. Ili rituriieil a lew dn
ai'o limn (Mi tta and I oil Ktamaili. ami
left llilt liioilillii; lur Ihrir (nluie home
at Ij-rtbillK. I lolldu Mr ami M'
Mlckler made the trip to (fjlrr Ule iltei.thuilatta hale lieen lloilinir to the
fioin I'm I Klamath and to lr at it ' kruuiult
known were Ihv lliat loutittt lorlln' Smie enei--liivl well plu)fdiiiatrhfi
the Uln In HJH. llir) tlop at leiiu r ' lie Ihiii pulled nfl, and thu data nl I the prettivat matches of today
hit; ucreit, and ll it pleatiiiK to imle
the illteleit the enpleol lllualll Fall
ate Inline in the conleFta. All day
iThiiitdji mil tilj) evtatoia and tin
ell mute to I'loridt and will t' Iheie. lemilt thciwii hut hetu irry hih cla.
dililiitt the naliiilial democratic cnnirii
t Ion at the Kurtti nl ri'doieinor Jin
nitift, nl llm hit Mit. Mlckler hat
Mi. Criifli). Mr Witej and Mr, hwariz
lin.lrr are appaienlly the tlroii!et
plaiera In thu tournament and hale
lilts) in llilt city onl) a ear but in thai 'ihiii far thown kikxI Innn and Irniiit
thnlt time hat made mail) lllitidt whol LiiowKiIki1.
will mita hei tadly and reflet Ih-)oih The mot eicllniK' match nl Ihurulay
iiuatiitn that the la leailin' llieir circle. ' was that lutwrru Mr, Wiley ami Mr
Mie hat Ixen a itrrat faiotiteninotiK the llanlat. Mr. Iliri-My it a flnu player plctily puuled the latter. He seemed
jiiiiiiK -ople a will at with all mIhuii ami at lime. pl)d hrllliantly. With to let up in tho second act, howeicr,
the hit met ami all, while in kw.I ' the tenre d L'.'i analntt Wiley in the j and loal the match, 4 fl, 20, which wna,
wither, with that Mr. and Mit. Hiclh r I thinl ami dtcidiiiK et ho rallied and; In a certain m cat u re, duo to the ex-
lulnlil clioote Klamath counti at their cleieily ibii out the next file ". . treme heat.
Mr. Cuttis II. Widdoes has been one
ol th aurpritcs ol the tournament. He
won a well played match from Will II
Maton and kept up Ida work in hla
Iluriie Mawn alio made n fine allowing
againit Henry Crotby. Ilia hard and
accurate, placing In the lint act com-
Install and Banquet
I'rotpent) Itelwkah lVlgo laat night
held ita temi-annual Inatallatlon and
han(iiet. Only memhera ol the lodge
participated, but nerertheleai the at
tendamc win large. The banquet waa
elaborate and very nicely terved. Tlie
otllcerf inttallvd were
N. (! I.ydia Lennox
V. O Lnrlnda Haulier
Pec Lillian Plllti
l rent rcuraiuiariiiis
U.i. X. (J Mary Fish
I.. 8. X. (J Dora Humphrey
It. S. V. O Jennie Hum
I.. H. VG. . ! .. I.ydia Hounton
Chaplain... Sophia Henley
Conductor Nellie Van Hiper
Wanlen Mamie Boyd
In.idoO Mr. Clark
OutaidefJ Emily Karrar
Extra at the Opera House
At the picture ihow tomorrow night
Mra. Kdltli Cox will ting two illustrated
annga, and betidei the uaual program
vauduvlllo will t Introduced.
winning the match. Mr. Hey contin-
mv hit work today by dclrating Mr. I.
The flnali in the gentlemen'! singles
will be pli)ed llilt afternoon at 4 o'clock
Alter being ilela)e.l l..r a lew moiill.-, ( (.ll11I)bt.u ,amy by Ihe tcore ol between W.S. Wiley and Henry Croaby
the machinery for the (Soeller A Wul-
('. 0, ti 1'.
... . . . i
trnlmrg lirlck manulnclor) lia airuni li(1 . ... tontl.,l(S ,,,, 0(
and will I J lnilalledlhc lint id mil
wtck. The Hut bllck maiiulactund
will be tltrd In bulliliiig Ihe Hum block.
Ihe Inuiiiameiit thus (ar was that tod.1)'
The flnali in tho consolation and gen
tlemen's doubles will also be plajed
County School rMieriiitindciit !'
Wight hai completed the apimitlnii-'
merit nl llm Ulnar) fund (nr the publie'
tchiMili n the I'ouiily. 'I lilt IiiiiiI m
derileil from a lux levied by the cmmlv i
ml llm ninniint llilt le.ir wilt t1i)7.'C
Klamath Falls Ball Team
Defeats' New Pine Creek
Klamath I'alla li) '"' '' llr,t
Iteiui'intior the d.iucd tuniM.
4th s July
AT THIS STORE
Most Complete .Slocks
CLOTHING . .
Kwythlnii 1.1 LADIES' AND
Klamath ralU bct value itii crH
game :hiit the) played in the Ukoiiew
1 tournament. This afternoon they leat
I thu Xew t'inu Cieek team by the acore
j nl 5 to'.', Thla team ia considered as
I good at any that tho Klamath Kails
1 team will go against and II they con
jllnue their good work they will get
I iiv nlih ihe lit Mt money. Tomorrow
allernooii they play tho I.akoviow team.
j Count)' Court today completed check
'ing thu hooks ol tho varlona county
olllcera and f'"'d Ihem In llrat-clait
comlliion. An .idjonrnmcnt waa taken
'until Monday when tho offlcers-clect
'will aMilino their diitlei. The only
Iclittngolnlhe ieiioimel ol Ihe lounly
couit will be Unit a.T.Mimmers will
tuccied Coinmlssloner Kied Melhase,
' who haa tilled that position obh ioi Ihe
J. II Qilnton, a consullinn engineer
in the Heclamatlon Service, and tho
man who was sent hero wme months
ago to determine- the merits ol the
Mason, Davis Co. claims lor addl
tlonal pay for extia work and mistaken
clueslllcation, arrived here last night
and will pl l" 0'"' lme KoInK over the
Attractive Bllvernaro Just received at
Tennis Glub Entertains
Yesterday evening at the Conserva
tory ol Muiic the local Tennis Club
entertained the visiting playen with a
mtidcal program. Those who con
tributed wero Meedamea Zumwalt,
Gales and Morgan and Mr, W. T. Zim
merman. The evening was a very en
Commissioner . A. lialker tayi
haying will not begin in Sprague river
until the middle ol thu month, but he
thinks thu )leld will be fully up to the
average. He tais vegetation ol all
kinds is a lew wceki later than it wai
E. ltay Fountain, con ol I. I.. Foun
tain, arrived in the city last night from
Eugene where he lias been attending
tho university lor sever 1 )ean. This
Ii bis first Isit homo for three yean.
G. Ih Curlock, editor ol the Merrill
Reiord, returned last night from Port
land where he had an operation per
formed on his arm. He thinks be will
regain the use of it.
Owing to the small attendance no
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
was held last night. Those who were
present discussed affairs in an Informal
V. J. Jlrcnnan, Geo. O. Urandenburg,
Dr. C. I. Mason, Earl Whltlock and C.
II. Underwood went to Wampler'a
resort this afternoon to ipend a few
days. Winters has a complete line of Ediiou
phonographs and all ol Ihe latest records.
Construction work on the California
Xortheactern has been vigorously prose- .
cuted and aa a consequence there 'i ev
ery indication that in tho early fall
traim will be making connection with
the steamer Klamath at the point where
the railroad crossci the navigable wa
Grading cam pa are ttrung along from
Dorria to within a few miles of the
marsh where the work Ii done by the
dredges. Besides several hundred men
and a large number of horses two large
team-ihovels are used in the-construction
of tho grade. It is stated by those
familiar with tin condition! that shortly
after the dredging la completed to tho
channel the roadbed will be finished be
tween the edgo of the marsh and Dorrlt.
According to tbli it will be approximate
ly two month! when the grade will be
ready for tiei and rails so that by the
middle of October the train! should con
nect with tbe boat.
Improvement! are being made by the
Southern. Pacific at almoat every, station,
along the new road. At Bray the
depot is completed and at Mt. Hebron
and Macdoel carpenters are at work on
handsome structure! which will be com
pleted In the course of a few weeks.
Work has not yet itarted onthe depot
at Dorria and box car is still used at
that place. The telegraph line ii In op
eration to tbe end of tbe railroad, and
the work of extending It from the ter
minus has not yet commenced, although
considerable material tor the extrusion
is stored at Dorrii.
Tunnel work has not yet started, but
work on the "Shoo Fly" is still in pro
gress and aside Irom a "lew places in the
deep cut at tbe top of the bill most of
the grade lor tbe temporary track Ii
completed. When track-la) ing is again
started it ti likely that tbe road will be
built to the channel where !oat cjnnee
nection can be made.
Practically all ol the itorcs In the city
will be closed tomorrow. Most of the
people of the city are either going to tho
celebration at the old Fort Klamath
groundi, or elae on the band excursion
to Odesia. The steamer Wiuema left
for Odessa this morning and was quite
well patronised, but the largest crowd
will go In the morning.
Mr. and Mra. S. K. Noel and daughter
arrlied In the city last night from Cali
fornia whero they have been tealding
for mine time. They have returned
here to remain and are satisfied that It
l hard to find a place that Is better than
Klamath. Mr. Xoel stated that condi-j
tlous aro quite bad In California and the ,
ciops wilt not lie lery good.
C. T. Oilier returned today from a
trip through the farming district of the
county. He says In most sections llm
crops are backward about two week,
but that the yield will be about up to
the average. He thinks that conditions
are much better than has been reported
and that the year will b. a profitable
one (or all farmers.
The proof of
is in the
They are swell and down to date they
have the quality and are uselul some
new things at McHat tan's.
The White Mountain. Freezer
makes more cream, better cream, and makes it easier
ami cheaper than any other freezer orrthe market
LKT US SHOW YOU WHY
ROBERTS & HANKS
-I ...'.. It. J. I
-; y.-iT ' 7kv