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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. 1908.
Price, 5 Cents.
AVOR BONDING CITY BIfe Believes in Agricultural
I - X J V 111 U III 1 I M III!
oyor and touncumen Desire to
Extend Corporate Limits
AY TAKE SOME ACTION MONDAY
i Present Intent of City No! Sufficient to Setiirv lurqu
Bond Want fo Annex Heller Portions of All
I'lntted Additions to Kltimtith lulls
. I. i.rr ninl'SMI llllll III!' immijr
I I. "'
1,1. mrl (J I Hi" Mllor tillil till'
Lumen of ""i "Ir " iw"11
lint KUmnMi I ulM mi ii iH'iicr
lultl bam" Wati'May Hi" .Mn-
Ld i huiiiIm r r I In' members (
roanrll tn.i.li n till' mil to lr-
L(lht buu ml mliii f III" additions
lite len recommended In Ixi
ktlDIOwii' lorpimiiu mini. .inj-
Rtllti la an a'denl advocate of the
Lulon of 'in boiindiirlea of tin'
la .ii -ituii: tin' matter lio
W Jo no' want to lakii In nil of
iddltlon" Uiom' Hint lire cloau
lon ami ne deriving henuflt
a lh roriwatlwi The revenues
;!t( from tufnv mlillllotiK tuny not
itt In iiiu'Ii but there nm some
.itlf priipi'tfle Juat outside lit
(oriHirtlion nnd In rnio wo bouil
til; It mil b ncresaary to hnvo
la rood uriliT lo gel enough
tcjr to iln suy good. The coat of
Ice la th mlilltlont will not be
b. Tin? cv uttnrney sn liu can
ltc the boundaries mid ihf'fl-'
90 ihnuM nut rot over 9 1 cm.
i jr tin' town iinmU nt present
I cm not boml for morn limn prole
liu moo mi. I In order to have
Mb Binnc o work on should
i cot iv: Hum imo.OUO. t run-
it Ibr exii'innou of lit" cariHiroli
In the nr t'ep luwnnla lionilliiK
unrllmnrt llnnkt, nf tlio Third
, ciprnited hlmaelf In fnwir of
!lcf the un no an lo tnko In nil
k tililltioim Hint linvo nn' vnluu
kkd ti, ihom and have people llv-
lon IIkiii o. too. consider the
piuivbt of thn corporation nccca-
' In order to bond for n mim suf
to miiku liiitov cuts. Mr.
Mi U a strong ndvoccnlo of u
pllpl w.itir Huttfiii.
fuuhfliinaii r i: Ankmiy. of lliu
' srd, hIk ii nuked nlioilt tho
f'r nl) w no( , Wt,
Ik'uikII )enterdny, lint If they rnn
I i'i Unit ll U of nny benefit lo
Klmnnlli n.m.it f,, i,,,,,!,, )irt,
hoi n dniK on ii,. tutu kft anil ri-Kiinl-!'
of lli. hot i,i . n,,,,.,, rl,
nilliir .Hl"l ii fi. fiirnih rue iliiini;
Hut bnnilii mid nt i.r kimmI ihIi-.m
lolin l!lll Imi fur m.tiiI i'i.( ,..,n
roliiK civ.. id.. .. .inn) looltliu; up
fin in lamia foi Mmwdf mid tor par
I ii In lli Coal nnd Uoutli Mr. Oils
lint Iipoii In Kin mill Ii liiiic ihioiikIi lo
" a aliidy of liu- lomlltloiiH mid
i OKrlinltiirnl hihII,iiw of the
KlaniHili Imaln Tin- fail Unit Mr
'Cilia luia Mi'ii ni lo loi) n iiiiiiiIht of
fornii In thl tiui, hIiowi tbat lio
bi lii-.'ii (moral, 1) lniini(i w th
lb" nihil i I, n, I ll,. ,M UflllliK (ic
iu..iiii. d hiii, ii iiditiuiiH lini ton-
vlmcil lilm Hint the Klunnlli furrn
IiiihIm nm n kooiI iiivoKtmi'iit.
'Ili liiKt pnrcliiiHo niiulu by Mr.
Cilia Ih lliu old Niihm Ink i) ranili on
Lout I Ivor Jiint lion Hi or Oloiii'. It
wim throtidi T. W. Ktvili.-nK lio
bfiiiKlil tills idntu from It. IC Hutlon
A; Hon TJila In ml linn n ntnr rlnlit
from CryKtuI nprliiK unci In ono of
tliu boot ranches In thtit .loi.llun. It
Ih probable Hint lliu Imul will bt nil
tlvnted by purlieu who nro nxpcctcil
In-ri' from I'lorlila, lliu formi-r boinc
,nr Mr. CIIIk
I IP'tdiloa IicIiik ii hi'iivy liiM'ulur In
thin -ctlon Mr Kills Is u director of
tlio Chamber of Commrrro and one
,uf Urn innal mthu lioontcm Hint tlilx
lllllIKi' tin' II lull aa or t ! In I nm In
for II I Iiium i,oi ci vmi lliu matii-r
miirli tboiiKlit but I think ll mieln
Im ii kuimI lil.'.i in i nli in ih.. iuiii.
thill ni i lime lo lliu priieill Imiiiii
ilnrlfa hi Hint w mn bond ibe iiiv
for it at ii in InrKe enotiKli to mnLi tin
InipimeiiiPiitN Hint the city renllt '
tll'Olla. think Hie (y eliould lie
boiideil for not ! Hi mi 1 100,00,1 j
U'e immot do iinylhliiK lth lean
tbiin ItiU.liOU. mid bould have inori
thnn Hie aiim Ural luentloiic-d "
Ml of tin" other roiinillincn, Oben
chnln. Wllklna. Kimlermi nnd Crla
ler.lmve eiprcasvil llienuelvt'S na far
orlnit un etti'iialon of tlm rorpornte , The illHiii;olliril I'namnrea will ila heurd. Sho atudled with tho great
limit mid ll la er piob.ible that ni 'br hoard In ronreri In Ivlnmnth ralln .8Hinr?nka In Hcrlln. Dorothy ban
tlio meeting mill Mondn) night the ,,, TiiBwIm ewnlnclnl? II, nt ihi'l'"0" t,' mc"ow'vo'f,-'l 'ft-llo In the
drat atepa will be taken timnrda pi-i . inioit aynipallietlc nuinnor. Tho ox-
opern rionae ,
IpiiiIIiik tin llmlta 1 'preailun nnd noul of her plnyine are
nothlnR leas thnn remarkable. An
ton IlokkliiR was her Instructor In
iPosmorcs Will Give a Concert in Klamath
falls Next Tuesday Night
WORK LARGE FORCE
Long Lake Lumber Company Has
Busy Milling Season
2 CARLOADS OF BOXES A WEEK
Large Industry Is forerunner of What Will Come. When
Transportation Facilities and Demand for Pine.
Lumber Develops Timber Resources
m:vh riioji n.mv.
iiuMi: nimi ciiArr.iriw.
Her I' Conklln, pmtor o( H,e Me-
opern home ,
This will bo nn event III the mils- I
Irnl Malory of this illy. Mr. I'nsmore
was for jenra ono of tho leudlnR vo
cal tMflicra of Ban rrnnrliro und for
Hiodlat church, returned Inst nlnlit 1"'" ,n,,, ll"w 'nr '" 1,ol,n at "'l'
TIiourIi their solo work Is wonder
ful, their friiacmblo work U much
from Aahland. where he hna been nt- j,,l'ai1 of "10 voc11 'lopnrtWMH of tlio .nioro so. Hating had so many jears
t -nd I lie Chniitniifinu He rerwn-ta n
InrKe iitteudauco nnd n good time.
luadliiK c-onsurvatnr) of mindc in Her- jof practtco toother they play with
Un. ht bi'liic tho llrit American up- marvelous perfection and expression.
The progrnm will appear later, nnd
Dei rati.- ticket." wna then, nnd I"' """'' '" "rkii were rlaased
Willi Ihoso of the create! writers.
tiinile 11 Hue nddreaa on tnlklUR
J ll Carroll la In Ibe ill troui
Ills raurh today nnd for onto he la
not In lint market for n cook He
snH ever) I III n K Is looklnK well nt
Hie farm 11 ml Hint be will le'Rlii !m
llii: Inlhe IliornlllG. "The leld na
n whole la not lis Rood na II Illicit
be." h.i)h dinner Carroll, "but In
place It la really better thnn 1 hnd
iiiiY.t.v iiakm.ii:ti:v hi:coiiis.
Ilr) an bun Hindu ten retonla foi I
tho IMIann I'lionoKrnph. of stnrtlliiK ,
clinruena. form mid liiilliiinui' 1
Come In and hear nimi of Inese "n-
nn rrconlii nt MulU'i :"f
lio will ho heard In eongn.
Tho Rlila. Mnr. Mutnuno nnd Dur
nlli. wvro considered nrtltts before
they went to lluropo three years ni;o.
They hnvo studied with tho best tea
chera thero and have done exten
sive concert work The Herman press
apoko of them as tho beat trio In
Herman). Mary, tho violinist, has
p!n)cd in public bin re tho ngo of five.
Her nmatery of tho king of Instru
ments upproaches perfection. Su
zanne is n brilliant plnnlst and
achieves Kienl Hiircesw wherever kIio
Tho Hon John Sharp Williams, who ' "" "' "oaor Ims been
bulla (rum n alnte "while the peoplo .tonferied. Ilesldea Ids fnmo na 11 u- thoau who fall to hear these girls nnd
still bell.... In Cod nnd wiln itio ,n,,lt ,IP ' ' r'1" lompoaer. mid j their noted fnther will miss tho
Krcnteit musical event that Ims oc
curred In our city. They come di
rectly from tho Chautauqua assembly
ut A till land nhcro they aroused the
Krvatcst admiration nnd enthusiasm.
In Klamath Falls Mr. Pnsmoro can
receive no stronger recommondatlon
than to say that ho Is the former In
structor of Mrs. Don J. Zumwnlt,
whoso sweet singing Is tho pride of
this city. The eminent musicians
come here to visit with Mrs. Zumwnlt
and to spend a vacation In tho north
ern end nt the county and at Crater
Lake. The will arrive here from
Ashland Monday night.
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Taxpayers to Meet at Court
House Tomorrow Evening
Dairy kdiool will closo Friday tho
l'th. An entertainment will be giv
en In tho evening. Wo promlso a
good time as usual, to all that corao.
I. II. Gray took some fat hoes to
Klamath Falls Thursday. G. G. An
derson accompanied him.
Dr. W. S. Johnson was called to
see Mother Mlr'inol Inst week nnd
reports her to be In ery bad shape.
Miss May floblnson closed her
school at Hlldcbrand Inn Trlday.and
gavo nn entertainment on Saturday
eve, nt which time almost tho cntlro
population of the district with some
from outside were present nnd en
Joyed n good time. Two pupils re
ceived their eighth grnde diplomas,
viz: John Rltter nnd David miss.
Supt. Jas. 0. Wight mado the presen
tation speech Including some Incour
aglng words for the school ln gen
eral. Mr. Jacob Itueck also made a
good talk for tho benefit of tho
school. When over) body turn out
as tboy did on this occasion It looks
as though they wcro pleased with
the school and hnd an Interest In It.
We had a good exhibition of bron
cho busting In Dairy Monday, given
by Hiram Moore. The bridle came
oft but tho bucking went on as good
as over. Moore was a stayer though
and after a rallo or so of bucking
tho horso quieted down.
l:. D. and W. P. Sedge wcro Hon
anzn visitors Tuctday.
Ilonanzn had qulto n rain storm
Monday while Dairy hnd a wind and
dust storm. A good rain would
brighten things up, even to tho farm
WILL APPEAL CASE.
SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK
We will sell our Remaining Stock
of Dishes at lew than Cost. . . .
ON SKIRTS. PUCK SKIRTS AND
: SEE BARGAIN COUNTER -
I Through the efToit of Mayor John
Stilts and lion. II. V. Gates a mntm
E meeting of the luxpiijers of tho city
will bo held In the court honae to
morrow night nt S:3u sharp. At
this time the mattor of mi Improved
water uuloin nnd llio piotertlou will
be tnken up for discussion nnd It In
'die deslio of the city nuthorltles Hint
every tiixpaer of the city attend tlm
meeting and give their opinions 011
Die mutter. Mr. dates will bo ptes
iMit nnd by inenni of drawings will
joxplnlli I" the people what the com-
'puny puiposoii to do
1 The mallei of InipioWng tho water
system of tho ilty la not up to the
council, but to 1 lie people of tlio city.
The luopcaeil impiovenienta Involve
n Bum that will requlro 11 vote of the
people in carry them out, mm una
meeting la called 'for tho purpose of
getting ul tho public opinion 011 tlio
Hint tor There should bo n largo at
tendance ni) this H n matter that U
of vital Importance to every tuxpayer
In Klanuitli Falls.
TOMIlAUKri' AT OI'Klt.V TONIGHT
'Meiiill. . Property Is reasonable.
The William V.Moug company will
present tho popular play. Comrades,
nt the opera house tonight. In ad
dition to tho play thero will be a
number of specialties and the or
rliohtru will glvo n number of ney
The company ngaln pleased n largo
house Inst night by piesontlng David
Gnrrlrk mid tho Dyspeptic. Mr. Moug
was very good In the role of the ilys-
'peptic nnd na David Gairlclc he was
also up to I1I1 standard. With ono
or two exception!) the support was
very I'ood In both playti. As a
whole tho performance pleased the
O110 of the stiongest features of
the entertalumcut being uupplled by
the Moug company Is tho tmperb inu
tile by the urchestru. It Is an atti ac
tion Hint uppeals to nil who are nm
tdcully inclined and Klatnntb'a luveis
of music aro largely among those
who patronize tho entertainments of
the Mods company.
r. II. Mills and A. I.. Levitt, tho
attorneys for tho plaintiffs In the pro
hibition case, stnto that the case will
be appealed to tho Supremo Court
and notice of appeal will bo given at
once. Tho ciuo will not come up un
til October and pending this decision
most of tho saloon men of this city
will dispose of their fixtures and en
gngo in other Hues of business or
find now locutions.
One of the largiMl Industries In Hie
city at this time Is the Long Lake
Lumber company. This firm now
employs an oven hundred men and
about ninety head of horses. It Is
only an Indication of what the lum
bering Industry will do for this sec
tion as soon as there are transporta
tion with transportation facllttlesand
hs soon as tho markets domand tho
lumber supply of the Klamath coun
try. Tho Long Lake company now
turns out two carloads of bores ev
ery week which are exported to San
Francisco where they bring a good
price. The boxes are taken from tflls
city to Dorrls by tho Mslntlro Trans
portation Company and will hereaf
ter be shipped to Teeters on tho
-A large part of the force employed
by the company Is at work at the
Odessa mill and ln the woods near
there. The sawmill at tbat p'.aeo
Is being operated on full time turn
ing oul-the4uiabeit nettM-tor'th
flume being built In connection with
tho government canal. It will take
at least two months longer to turn
out the lumber for this work, and
then tho company has a contract
with tho government for C17.000
feet which Is to be used by the Re
clamation Service ln boxing the canal
below the flume. Owing to the for
mation at that place It will bo neces
sary to line the canal for a dlstanco
of almost a rullo and all of the tim
ber necessary for this will bo sup
plied by the Long Lake company.
The sawmills In operation In this
city nt this time are only the fore
runners of the largo Industries, tbat
aro sure to come in the next few
years and then, as has been predict
ed by a prominent lumber man, the
Upper lake will bo coiuo tho largest
mill pond on tho Pacific coast. The
nlniust Inexhaustlblo supply ot pine
timber will of itself make Klamath
tho, second county In tbo state of
Oregon from the standpoint ofwealth
Most ot the people who have been
attending Chautauqua at Ashland
have returned homo.
T aiM Vwnfi?3
m The proof of I is in the
m the frcc2er L .i freezing M
I The White Mountain Freezer I
1 nnkei more cream, liettcr cream, and makes it easier
1 Htul che.tper than, any other freezer on the market M
l.KT US SHOW YOU WHY
ROBERTS a HANKS
1 HARDWARE DEALERS I