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KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1908.
FRUIT CROP
RATHER SLIM
Apples nncl Cherries
Short Yield
BERKICS VERY GOOD
Ofdinnls in lavored Places
I'snipi'd Severe Frosts
itl hirly Spring
1'rull i o lc,r - Hiwinni hn
ni,k' ii iimiiiiiikIi lnvi'tlK,ntliiii nf
Ibr )K'I "" l"lr,,, "' ""' "''X
mil In' ii'- l"t In ii (' fainted
ipul ' Mill liu n full- (mil crop.
The (r.. III tlm spring di-itmyi'il
uott of ' Illiniums iimt as ronso
qgtmr l'- ii M lll In' lllnlli'd in n
llfl.t r ( pin ilicrrliii nnil apple.
lrrl- ii' all tliulii will ho tin good
ii llir m. -uko mill Klnmath loiinly
l,!tktc'ii'- strawberries nnil rn
Urrln i soon bo In t In market.
Currnnn nml gouicborrli'ii nro a lor)
Tlix ( l' rrnp l lighter this yenr
ilisu ii I'"' been for Ki'ViTnl Ji'am
Ijii ar Mm yield very gind
oJ n( an ejcepllnnnlly flno quality
la sum HulnniM throughout Die
muni Mil' 'tiiK wcru protected (rum
the fr;s lint ll was n hard tiintli-r
In Id'p uii iho smudgi'i, ami in on In
(mi where protection wu atti'iupt
til ll.o -iml U nut nil kikm! an miiul
llr i:iarn my tlmt many ( tho
lrr- oi. whli Ii the bloom wai killed
It tliu (oii urn htminmlng antin.
Up .' Ik mnnot nrrount (or tlilwi
("l'l inn' lie tree hnio such a strung
i!!suiion lo lir-nr tlmt It In kin niitrn
tbari ii irltiR (mat to dlirnuriigi'
thl-in
Itci'i.''. from tnrlnu porlB of the
uuni. ! in llic effort Hint tliu np
jki i. bettor tlmii wan espcr'i'il
la III' uirlt uprliiK, Iml that ill')
iifll . not lm up to tho nvi"iigo
In an- ,a i nf l til section, la turn
lion h i.iott of tho I'.inl'.c Oiftkt
section iin Klntnntli region l-.inl nil
lnuu.. spring, imil tho fuel th.U llio
Irult ili In not good Ihln your It
l.ot a iriHTluii Hint, with tlm proper
.t.iro ami under normal ronillll iiu.
this xrilnii will nut provi) pioIUulil.)
fur apple grower.
Price, 6 Cents.
"I In. I'lim liiii'iiim."
William V Mniig ami iiimpari) win
appear nt liu iipniii Ihiiir,, 11,111,51,1
III" hllll pill) i,f , H.i..0.. Tin
I'iiiii lliv.-tilur In i,m pint Mi
.Muni; will lm ni'i'i, m hi,, , ((I(
tlllimi Willi Imtl. ,. , ,,y ,
llllH pMlllllllluil hi,, . ,(,in1
n..-n .Mill III" HIIIIIIUI'HI pllX,,. ,
pml 'I In- l.ulii'Vli-w Wiii iml), i,i r,
will niiili'i ii nilMili.'i nr liirli ii,,
liiimliiil ri'lMlliiiiH ami tin- .( ,,,.. ,(
Ihln ll mi. imiiniiiiil niiini'iiiin
llinl will lm I'lilli.'l) i,i,(niii,n ,i,
will pluini. In i.vi-r pnillrulnr
Tliu piny liml iilKl.t, t'liinrmli-i.
wiih mil nilwnliil n lnrj;l nu itn
iiliiluiiiy ilmi'Hi', Imt ilioii. , v,., ,
UHHIirilliin llinl Din Ikhih,' nl I,,
irnmli'il IdlilKlit in Hiiti. n a m t oiil
Uihliliii. mill. n( M'tita
Mr ami Mm Mhiik pi.nwq Hmlr
iiiiiii) (ili'iiiU Willi (In. jiiul in,.,
piirtrn)i'i In ' I'limriiilni." nml i, h
Colili, an tlm war iiiiiuuilt. ut Mull
WlmUiir, Him In Ida 'Imnuiil nml ml-
iliil Kiially in Dm itrmiKtli nf Hi
pln IIv.t) iiiKinliiT nf tlii. inmpnii)
iiiiiIit'iI liu nr Iht part In a w.i)
Hint ninili. tin' pin) npin'Ul in ilm mi
illi'lit'i. Tliu nrrlii'iitrii tinitli it ltd tin. plunu
unlo, tiiKUlur with nu ctirarn, liy
I'rnt Clari'iiii I'rlrn. ui.ro nxiiln
pli'iitliiK fi'iituri-D ami (liu niiillviic.
Ii)' I(h liciirl) iippliiiit.i liiiwt'il ilmr
iiiikIi iiipr-cliitlon Mr I'nub'n n
rllliiK win well rccnlti'il unit iiliowt'tl
Hint lir Ii miiin'il of run.' tnlriitu
.Vntiiiiil Ciiinirtiiliii Mni,
, II Wnlmui ri'ttiriii'il Katiinliiy
friuii Pinilutnl. wlu'nt In wuh rnllcil
tit ntli'lul ll llli'llllli: nf till' Oli'Kutl
Htuti' CiiiiiiiiUhIiiii fur tin (.'iiimurvn
llnn nf Nalurnl lli'iiiiri, tlm lupin-
OPPOSE ANNEXATION
i .
Taxpayers' Opinions on Exten
sion of Corporate Limits
PROPOSED PLAN UNFAVORABLE
lldiindarv lines of Klmnalh Tails Will Nut Be Changed
Without Strong Opposition on the Part of Inter
ested Properly Owners
1'"-"'" "I "ii Uii' piirt nf May- Itlin titwn no iilicail, Imt wo inniiot
ur Hi III" nml itm illy roiiiiiH in ..
Ii'inl tin iinpiirali- IIiiiIIh nf Kl.iliialli
I "ill In in Hint Dm iiiiiiililpallly will In
cloilii ii niiinliitr nf tliu aililllliimt Ii
In inift wltli iiiimiilurnljlo oppoil
tlnn A iiiimbiT nf Hik ihtkiiiiu who
am IiiIitihIwI in tin uililltlniiH tlmt
tinvi' Iikiiii plntli'il in (III illy mo
ilruiiBlr nppmml In being uiinetcj,
ami ll Ii qultu ovlilont tliut ii fight
will bo inmlu un tho mutter In
pcnkliiK for tlm lint Bprlni: liu
prnyoiiimil imnpnm, A II. N'uftiKir,
the pichIiIpiii nf Hip ininpnii), hilil:
Nu, w art nnl In ffiMir nf nn (
tcimlim nf tho city llinlta In Infinite
tlm lint tiprliiRM tract, nor an w
llkrly to fntor mull n mute until an
ncinllon iirninlnn muiit lienelltH. Ko
f.ir tliH nnl) ii'iunn wo )iao hi-nnt
fnr InkliiK hb into Hi" rlty In that tho
nlil town ni'rili iiinru tcrrllnry to
niurlRaKo In nrilor in r.ilio niinifv to
puy It ili-titi nml maki) Improve
ment!. V oipcrt in pay nur nwn
ili'litu, wliim wo Imt ii any. ami to
liirM nf which liflil n iiinfvrciKo with 'in a lie Imprnvementi nu thvy ma) bo
nit van has m.viii: tk.v iiK(X)im.
Hrynn han iiuuln ton rccorilii for
llni IMIhiiii I'll Krapli, of HlnrtlliiK
fliurncm, fnrco iiml InJIvldunllty.
t'oino in ami lvar ,)(, f thomt llr)
nn nntnlii nt Mullen. nif
rliiri'lnr) nf tho Intcrlnr (Jiirllel'l nn
t,iH tint! tlnTii Thiirmlii) , Tho wnrl;
In Ii.HhI lit that tthlih hail tin Iniop
Hun at tho mint f.imnini (iinferrnu
nf iho KiiMTiiniH nf iho m.itcH lielil ni
tho tall nf I'rontili'ltl llnimi'ti'll ill
Wunhlntliiti Altliniir.li lin ('Iiiiiii
tierlnln wan not pron'M nl iho na
lloiml conference, luoliig urgent pull
Ileal liimlnesn nt homo ntiotil the ilnto
nf Iho Kiilherlni:. ho w.iit (lie fliiit in
uciopt tho reioniini'iiilailnn nf l'nM
Ident Itiiimetell whlih fnlluwoil Iho
WiikhliiKKin cnfc'reiiio. fnr tho up
point mont nf Klato ntiiimliiKlniiH Ii
furthvr tho work In haml. Hmernor
Clmintierlaln niunoil n cnminltleo nf
(tflcon fnr Oro Ron unit Mr. Wnlnoti
win nun nf tlm number. AhIiIiiiiiI
TIlllllRH.
Thoy niu iwi'll nml 'lowii ' tll"
thoy lino tho iiinlliy nml ni imeful
nniiw new IIiIiikh l Mcllnll.in'K
nei'tlcl When our trail has u pop
illiitlnii to bo beiii'lllliil ami ilealilliR
nnni'xntlnu, mti'li n initio will bo fair
nml proper, but not now."
County h'eliiHil Hiiperlntvnilcnt .1.(1.
WIrIiI. wliii Iiiik InleieHln In one nf
tho nililltlnn Hint tho city prnpniii I
to nnnex, .!):
"1 ilon't f.ivor the move because
they nru trylne to force us In to help
pa) Iho illy Indelileilnertrt In which
biiml when wo linte imtlilni; tn bond,
nnil ll In my opinion thul tho niinox
mlon of thu nildliloni will not. t:lvo
tho lorporatloii intith moru nliie
tlinu It ban with lm present limits.
In order to do nn)thlnK tho town
limit linto ut leant $100,000 anil It
Is ii pretty linrd matter to maka
HOluothlliK out of' uothlllK.' At this
time am not In fnvor of extending
the corporate limits of the city and 1
consider the moicmcnt premature."
J. 0. l'lerce, who Is a heavy tax
payer In tho city, ruvo his opinion on
tho matter when Interviewed by a
reproncntutlvu of this paper nnd he
npol.it as follows:
"No, I see no udvantngo to be hail
by (ho city ut this time, either by
Increasing tho area of the town or
IncreanliiK Its Indebtedness by a bond
Issue, for the city Is at present amply
largo for tho population, and It would
require n majority tote of tho prop
erly owners In tho new districts,
which probably could not bo had, ncd
KoaJnesn knows wo haro vnough el
ections us It Is. Ilesldos tho city can
not Rut something for nothing and if
they nro to tnko In now territory,
they must police It, furiilih lite and
ewer protection, street lights, etc.,
and It would seem as though wo had
plenty of that to do now.
It Is erroneous to think It would
add to the city revenue as much as
detract, for tho city Is limited In Its
assessment to a ten mill levy, which
jou can easily see would not amount
county. Mr. Worden paid $18,000
Ipaih (or the placo, buying It as an
Investment. It Is situated two miles.
from Port Klamath on tho automo
bile road being built by Ilnrrlman,
and Is Irrigated' by two ditches be
longing lo the property. An artesian
well supplies the. water for tho house
nnd tho Improvements an the place
uro among tho best In Wood river
alloy.
Mr. Melhnse has not decided upon
his future plans, but It Is very prob
able that hu will remove lo this city
with his family.
wo Iiho no InloresL My Interests to any great sum.
nro In Ho' Hlihe addition, just be
yond Iho lo.ter portal nf tho tunnel,
ami nil the people In that neighbor
hood mi' opposed to being forced In
to tho curpiu.itloii. I think it Is not
full' to us to force us to help pay off
tho Imlebtediies. Wo uro offered ab
Kilutely nothing for coming In nnd
be.irlng n llniinrlnl burden In which
wo mo not lutori'hti'd. Wo lintu noJwhen spent.would look Uko throwing
July Specials
SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK
We will tell our Remaining St
of Dithei it lets than Cost.
-
10 per cent off,
m
ON SKIRTS. DU(
SILK
SUITS
'SAND
LTS
)UNTER
K
STORE
iituipl.ilnt ugnlnst tho present eondl-
HitiiH. Wo bain mulling tn ask of tho
illy mid nro tut lulled to remain tho
wny wo aro for muiio (lino at least,"
I think tho movement Is pienm
ture." said Major C II. Woiili'ti.
when asked If ho favored Iho exten
sion nf Iho ilty limits. Ho loutlliui'd,
Tlieie Is nothing to annex that has
mi) vnliio attached to It. Tlm plop
urtx.muiit It" liiiptoved and occupied
kit will tie of any vnliio to tho
imitintli I'alls needs u t.owor-
itein. No ono Is initio mixlous
f? ll put In than I urn. I huvo
all lit) Interest h hole nml want lo seo
"When tho town can pay Interest
and fixed charges of administration
to tho extent of ISO, 000 per year I
should strongly favor a bond issuo
of a quarter of a million dollars, hut
am Just as much opposed to nn issuo
of I7S.O0O, our present limit, for the
reason that It Is Inadequate (or thu
Improvements contemplated, nnd It,
money Into tho lake. When we
can raise $2r0,0i)0 and use it for
sowers, cement walks nnd nil neces
sary Improvements, tho town will,
us n result, take on enough of a
boom, Hint no ono will bo Interested
tn tho nmount of our Indebtedness,
Imt everyone will bo boosting nnd
pioporty will moro thun double In
iiltio In-a very short time. Any
how, why stir up nil this fuss during
hard times, Instead of 'piking' along
tho best wo can until business condi
tion nnd tho absence, of dry (town)
tot will warrant expansion nnd ox-
pl'llbO?"
MEETING TONIGHT Will BE 0E IMPORTANCE TO TAXPAYERS
Imllcatloiiu uio Hint tho mass
jneetliiB at tho utiirt house tonight
will bo hugely attended for much In
toieut lit being taken In the matter of
a bettor Hid induction and also tho
extension of tho corporate llinlta of
tho ilty. Mr. Otites will ho iiretent
and will piesent to tho people tho
plana of tho Llnht and Water com
pany and It Is expected that u uum
ber of taxpayers of tho city will give
oxpiesslon of their views on hoth of
theao wattors. This Is not a matter
Hun Is up lo the city uhiiuII, hut It
Is ot vital importance to every per
son owning property In thin city and
In order to bo guided by tho wishes
of tho inabtes in any action taken
thoro bhoulil bo a big attendance, at
t lie mooting.
Tla Orimth Ih suffoilug fiom a so
vote attack of iheumatlsm and owing
tn lilu Illness Judge Orimth nnd fam
ily will not bo able tn go to tho bills
nu they hail planned.
Tho painting done on the court
house has made a wonderful Im
provement In tbo appearance of tho
building.
farmer Itiiilillng l.nlernK
J. W. Jury, ono of the fnrmcrs of
this suction, was awarded a contract
for tho construction of five and a
half nillen of laterals for the govern
ment system uomo time ago. liu has
been working on tho contract for a
llttlo over Ihreo weeks and ho has
two miles of dltih lompleted with
tho exception of putting on the fin
ishing touches, Mr. Jory nays that
ho Is not In n position to sny how ho
will tome out on tho contract but he
Is not discouraged nnd, while ho docs
not expect to make big money, he
thinks tlmt he will not lose anything
nu Iho lontrad. Oilier (nrmcrH nro
awaiting Hi'. result of Mr. Jury's ou
tran mid If ho makes n profit on It
(hero Is j probability tlmt more of
tho farmers will bid nn portions of
the Irrigation system.
Wnnleii llnyi MclhnM Itaiuli.
DIRECTORS
WILL MEET
fo Consider Sunset
Proposition
PLANS E0R VISITORS
Portland Excursionists WiM
Visit Interesting Points
in Klamath Section
.Major C. K. Worden hns purchased
the Al. Mclhaso ranch In Wood river
valley, cmprlslng 720 acres all undor
Irrigation, und known as ono of the ono year "and tho twenty thousand
best ranches tn this section ot tho i pamphlets will bo signed.
I'robably thu most Important mat
ter to tomo up before tho directors of
tho Chamber of Commorco tonight
at their regular meeting will bo tho
consideration of the Sunuset Maga
zine advertising proposition. It Is
very probable tlmt tho proposition
will bo accepted and that tho con
tract for tho pago advortliornont (or
Iiotv Itntc This l'ull.
Commencing September 1st and
continuing until October 31st special
colonist rates from Eastern points
nro unuounccd to all California cit
ies. Klamath Kails will get the ben
efit of these low rntcs and tho fare
from Chicago to this city will be
but $40.70 and from Missouri river
points It will be only $38.70. Parties
having friends In the East whom
they desire to have como to this
country can get thu tickets at tho
local Southern Pacific office. The tic
kets will have five day stop over priv
ileges at all towns In California ex
cept Los Angeles and San Francisco.
(itxxl Things Go Fust.
From C o'clock last night until 2:30
this afternoon tho Portland Storo
sold forty boxes o( "Ilolo Proof" sox,
every box containing six pairs of tho
sox. Mnny of tho pcoplo of this town
know a good thing und those want
ing some of this celebrated footwear
should call nt onco ut tho Portland
Storo.
MiTilll. .Properly Is reaMinablo.
During the past few days the di
rectors have had a number of Inform
al meeting at which they discussed
the itinerary for tho Portland excur
sionists who will arrive hero about
tho first ot August. The plans so (ar
aru yet Incomplete, but provide for'
one day in this city, for a trip down
tho valley to Merrill, an excursion to
Odessa and a camping trip to Crater
Lake.
It Is not known at tbls time how
many will be In the partr. but It la
stated that a number of Portland
business men und capitalists will
avail themselves ot tbls opportunity
to see the Klamath country. "
General Satisfaction Given.
Everyono who who bas worn tbo
"Hole Proof" box bat a good word
for the well known footwear. W. O.
Smith, tho editor ot tho Herald, was
among those who purchased a box
out ot the shipment Just received and
ho said In answer to the question It
the others that he purchased wero
satisfactory that he considered them
tho best footwear that ho bad ever.
purchased and that none other
would do. He is only one of the
many that say the same thing.
Two cases of "Hole Proof Sox," In
assorted colors, have Just been re
ceived at the Portland Clothing and
Shoo Store. The colors are black,
brown, gray, navy bluo and black
with white feet. Slnco taking tho
agency for this celebrated footwear
tho Portland Storo bas sold more
than ISO dozen pairs and less than
ten pairs havo been returned because
six pair failed to wear six months.
Oet your sewing machines and suit
piles at Muller's, who will save you
money. Cor. Cth and Main.
w'm Mane"
, -'T MOUNT'
7tt4MFl
The prooC of
tlie frceer
is in the
freezing
The White Mountain Freezer
makes mote cream, better cream, and makes it easier
an.l cheaper than any oilier freezer on the market
LET US SHOW YOU WHY
ROBERTS & HANKS
HARDWARE DEALERS
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