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mm mmk IMoitly RnJ Pflpor ,n KUmalli Falls .... Our Advertisers Get the Best Results . . . Vkaii. No. 620. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. 1908. I0MISES TO AID PROJECT Talk to Chamber of Commerce EOPLE MUST HELP ... n u:u PflfAM. (iyfly! "" ltd large Sum for Net YearN Work apmldn- Knglnwr llrnny, of the ni(l'n Sendee, probably rt pleased wllio rrtlrmly tloie llm Chamber loo.rr.rrte lasl evening, In regard to llllnlf luaaid the Klewalli Tro ll, ll.it lie has l ny '" during hi UU ll ' " " w" "'' """" ItreilfJ I" ll I aiilcular nJct ami i nuil eiiilnn to make rwomiiieit- on lor ! appropriation (or liril kt'i work. Ha ld that when tbe Lrd met llils r-ummrr lo determine I lOfk l I undertaken halt veer he nil probably l kil by lb Chief lnw,Ut would lw Hi mallel cat tli Klamath Project could get i villi. II promised that hi re- Iwosldb that Klatnalli muM not kbilllia .mill amount but would to In? id large! amount poael- lie fuitlur stated lliat It wanted ofpiiit anJ co-operation ul lb abr anl the lanil owner under I project lo sreur a larger percentage I signer under tli upir Piojfct. lio to Mi UUmnle lb thowlog i by tli Unci oanri who war alii Ncor water list yrar. tra not a M it It nunht to have been, anil tact would have considerable ln ilrloi the itritniant In deter- alag lututr appropriations. Reitw, Mr. Iltnny stated that 11 laad ovnert suhtcilbed sufficient I lo tic U r Project and made a showing wheie the ditch was at- My completed, he Ml confident that 6uM I aliv to mure plenty ol In null U woik, but Tn II ishoalng was not maila li u de- Blued to du all In Ma power to gat i an iiroirlitlon a poealble. Mr. nut's remark weremo! favorably vlvtd by the Chamber, a It wat evl- hi tUt ID a (lliiKM! to favor till ofr! ami alter dla add ret be waa t aarrnly thanked liy president Dl- II and liven the assurance that Ilia ambsr a a bodv waa leadv lo viva any assistance ,e night suggest, I would (miliar unit with Ihe Water n Association in ura-lu tli land owimr lo make n good showing Hil Hiiinliii-r, xi that then, will hn no (uith or delay In llm wink. News From Dairy Mr. Hrlini'iin nin'ln tier rriiiUr lilp to Ilonanra Momlny, Mra, Ji.lin KiiiIh-, Inini UhkiII Vl Ivy, wai trmllnit In Dairy Knliinlay. John Waul, (rum llm Connor ranch, waa tmrchailini M-rd outi (rum IjiiiI Hleill Miinday, Jai, Colahan, 1M Awry ami Clamlt. Clonton look 'I'M hrad ol ratllo In llm rraarvallon lor Irillin and .iluiu. Ml Hand I'llcli wat llirimn (rum horto Ul ornliut and had her collar hone hrnken. Ir. Johiixin wai callrd lo attend Ilia 'llcnl, I'rtk Had Il-iy a In Dairy cIIIiik paint Wnlnrivlay. We tliotiM lmi diad lontt ar. " wanlwl to pitlnt ml, hut wmiMii't tiand It. Mr. K. M. lU-rinrir, who ha Urn M-rloiiily III (or Kiiiirllinr, i now ri portnl liiiifolnjj(, and mine hoiri arr now eiitrrtaltin) (or her rtTutrff. TlminUr I'. II. dray niorvd hU lam lly In Dtlry Iroin I'iw Valley, Slurr that time Mr. Ilray ami lour ol the children hare U-rn ery lick wild itrlp, hut they arr aoma hftler. Omi. Hitler y their dam ! leaklnir, aalhi. dirt ha not had lime toieltle nfflclrnt lo hold ocd. Other are watchlni; thl dam and II It proiea a auorr there t III likely he more ol them built In Yiinn dltlrlcl. Th Kllit grade I taking the teach er flnal eiainluatlon, preparatory to th filial alale eiamlnatlon In May. TliMowhoarr making ttrenuou effort to get by the fit at line of educational d" Irnae are Mlr Pla Andrreon, Klrle OiUn, KlvaTurnage, Zrltna hnlge, and Wal.l (Vlen. Crorge (Hay rntenxl arhool Monday. He make Ihe eighth memher nf the troni; Ctli grade clai. Under pror condition and llmull thl grade could be held totfethrr and be enlere at tde high acliool In a clai. All are ol it( flcietil uieiilal rallhr to lake on a good education. Price, 6 Cents. BIG MEETING AT MERRILL Tim her tocaloi aie illll doing con Iderahle tulncM atnl a iiumler of partlc hate iricntly tiled on clalina In the vicinity of Illy. Mott of Ihe claim that are Ulng located niehoineitrad re llniiulilimoiiH. The fact that It I hard ing. All of Kldmath Tails School 'Teachers Will Attend Saturday Institute The Teathera' Inttltuto at Morrill on next r'atiirday promNa lo l a hljlilr iicccmIiiI alfalr an an excellont program haii U vii prepared for the orcaalon and liidlcalloim aie that the attendance will I rtcrpiionally larife. Klamath Kali lll le repreicnlrd by tho cnllr tfach Ink forcv of I In city, a well a by a nuuv livr nf ex priliKOKue and Jiollllcal api rant. All of tin- randldalia for county dioot tiiKiliiiendcnt lll be In attend- and'. I'lofo.or hoan will pvak on the nub- J.-ct,"lhe Sch.nd Outlook;" I'roferaor Irunhar MllluUit a talk nn "Arllhme- lie;" Mix Mi-ll. 'nmpMI ill ipeak on ih eiidj.Tt, "Nagging;" I'rofemor Cail'k will kIi- a talk on "The Home and Stti.-il ;' Ml,. Illchef, of Merrill, (till ak on "Digllidi In the Grade;" Mm CalUhan, of Merrill, lll ipeak on "Primary lhadlng,"and MlilConn, ol Merrill, Mill k on "Primary Oe oaiaph." BRILr MENTION Mr, ttoli. rt Ciirrlii in lulling rela tive! In. Lanitcll valley. Merle lluuttoii arcornianled the Mong Company to Merrill and ISonanra. A force ol Morkmen are railing the .Mnnarth iI'iii huildiiig and will put a kine foomUtlou under nine. Mn. Jiii" Ivory who ha been vUtt Ing nllh Mr.. J. II, llulic, left thli morning for her hnme at llm J K ranch. Olrn roiiuUln caiuo In from Poe val ley yvilerday wlure l.ohai been for two month following a plow and doing other heavy work. John Johnion ha returned from takrvloM and Illy where he ipent fcv eral ilay nn land liuilncii. He left for the tlmlwr today. Dun Holgate arrived lait night from a two month lait to Cortallli and Port land. Accompanied by Hoy llamakar liu will leave for Merrill, In tho morn POPULATION IS INCREASED 'or a pcraon to homrtead a timUr claim I canting many of them to let go of good claim for a conililcratloii of a few bundled dollar. Qoeller A Wattenburg have ordered Ihe machinery fur their brick manu factory and eiwct tho aine to nrrlvc hortly. They are now Morklng on Ihe plant making preparation to Initall Ihe machinery Juit ai loon u It got here. MEN'S Panamas Split Straws Fine White Manilas Mackinaw Straws HATS $1.00 to $10.00 KKK STORE The Mice to Bay Your Spring Hat Hell Chllderi ha moveJ to the city from Ijingell valley and will at oucc engago hi the manufactiiro of brick. Ho will have hi kiln In the tame place where he burned brick two yeaia ago. Tho law mill of the city w ill begin run ning In a few- week and the crew are al ready rmplojcd. Them will be a ilrong demand for lumlier thl Bummer and tho tnllla are Mug put in nhajw for big run. Tho Mong Company left thl morning for Merrill and Houauia. They will play two night In each place, patent ing "The Ciay linker" and "David Oar. rick." The troupo will return hero for Hunday. J, J, Parker, the Well Fargo exprei agent, ha Inalalled a 1500 pound lafo In hi olllrc. Ho ha tho exprvta office nrmnged In a mot up to date maiinor and hat added n number of convenien ce to hi olhYe equipment ,among ihein a telephone. Tho band boyi have added more attractive feature to their club room. A large arch ha bean cut from the main club room Into the dance hall, and a poM tablo hai been installed. The club I growing fate nod there la every anurance that It will bare a luctetiful career. Geo.T. Baldwin went to Portland yeiterdeyon bail new. While In the city he will make arrangement (or the Klamath float In the parade at the Roae Carnival. Klamath will be represented at tho fcitlval by a large delegation and a float representing thl county would do much towards helping the Boosters advertise this section. County Registration Shows 300 More Voters Than Two Years Ago County Clerk Chattaln hat made a summary of tho county registration book, which iliowt thai lo&O voter have registered fur tho primary election. Thl it an lucreaie of moro than 300 over the registration of two year ago. Th record show that there are V06 Re publicans, 021 Democrat, 21 Social I itt, 28 Independent, K Prohlbltlonlitt,! pop ulist and 10 who refute to date their politic. ' " The following la tho registration by precinct. Mnkvllle 473 It., 1M7 D 3 hoc., A I in!., o rfu.ed to tUte, total 73:!. Tulo Lake 110 it., 84 D., 2 fioc., 1 re futed lo date, total 2W. Dairy TOR., 18 l., 10 Soc.. n Ind total 110. Klamath Lake i II., 4 D. total 10. Ungell Valley-27 It.. 20 D.,21nd., total 65. Poe Valloy-15 II., IS D.. 2 Prohlbi- tlonlil, loUl 32. lt Ittvcr 81 H., 33 D 2 Pro., 1 8oc., 1 Ind., total 120. I'levna-60 H., 20 D , 1 Pop., I hoc., 1 Ind., total 73. Wood ltlrer-Ott It., 31 D., 10 Ind., total 110. Snow 7 K., 8 D , total 1A. Hprague (titer 34 B 31 D total 65. Well R., S D 4 Nc, I lud., 3 re futed to alale, total 22. careful consideration, that the article la worthy of no further diaciiatlon further than that we wlah to affirm that tho High fkhool Mudi-nt lio'ly and faculty aro working together In perfect har mony." ALcxAsriKcMAirm, Chairman of Commltteo. Praar Drl.AP. Haciui. ArrLtfiATX, K VixcriT Yaiich, A. Cihumt Yadc, Macd Nam, See. Student Body, ALMA.HIlCIl MAUTLt, Prea, Student ivy. Reward Increased WILL ADOPT NEW BY-LAWS Organization Will Bfi, More Effective Jerome Churchill Jerome Churchill died at his home In Yteka at anearly hourTueaday morn ing, aged 84 yeara. He was ono of the earliest pioneer of t-iiklyou count), having come there about 1950. He leave an linmenae fortune, valued at moro than a million. Hit estate In clude large land holdings under the Klamath Project juat acrota the state Hoe. He I survived by a wife and two sons, Jerome and Jetae, all of whom reside at Yreka. Big Deal at Bonanza E. II. Hall and E. P. Morgan have purchased Ihe MtKendree-Oerber ad dition to Uonania. Thia addition baa been laid out for several yeara and a large number of loU In It have already been sold- It Is a valuable pleco of properly and the consideration Is not made public. For R. R. Commissioner R. Robertson, a well known railroad man of Roioburg, I a candidate for the Republican nomination for Railroad Commlulonor. Mr. Robortton not only atanda high among hit fellow cm ploycea but It held in high etteem by Ihe public generally, and ahould he be successful In securing tho coveted posi tion will no doubt fill It acceptably to his constituent. Uelng a practical railroad man be would be well qualified for the position. Resolutions A committee appointed by the High School to consider tho article which ap peared In tbe Klamath Republican ot April 9, under the heading "Should be Reorganised," brought In on Ihe nth the following report, which was unanimous ly adopted by the student bod,y : "We, the commltteo appointed to con sider the article published In the Klam ath Republican of April S, 1808, respect fully submit the following report : "We deplore tbe fact that tbe arti cle appeared) but have decided after The reward for the capture of Ollle Hamilton, the Silver Lake murderer, Jut been nearly doubled in the past week. Lake County hat added I000 to the amount offered and Ihe father of Meaner, whom It I thought Hamilton also murdered, ha added 12000. Thl with the government 4000 and Silver Lake'a 425 make a total reward of 1742.',. The fact that Me.ner'a father ha added this sum to tho reward shows that It In quite generally believed that Hamilton is at kast a double murderer. Kcno Items U O. Mills has eeKfhl Keno property to Tho. Grubb. John Hitchcock and W. T. Otcy are moving to Odeasa to run the sawmill at that place. Sam Padgett, John Dyer ami Mr. Jonee went to Dorrlt lait Sunday. County School Superintendent Wight vltlted Keno last week. Fred Mill was here last week looking after hit political Interests. H. Snowgoote hat registered the fol lowing voters for Plo vent precinct; Re publicans, 37; Democrats, 8; Socialist, 3; and Independent, 1. Federation Will Meet A regular monthly meeting of tbe Civic Federation will be held Thursday night at tho court house. A full atten dance Is desired. County Ireasiiiei Lewi baa made pp his re poit for the past six months and It shows that during that time warrant to tbe amount of $00,516.31 were paid; that there is now In tbe treasury the sum ot $11,005.43 to pay warrant that have been called In but have not been presented for payment ; that the total receipt for the six months aggregated $113,333.57 and the expense fo3,840.41. The county clerks office Is a very busy place these days as there la always a rush and a Jam to get out the election supplies. The county Is so large that Ittakesalong time to deliver them to tbe various preclnts and the ahertff la anxious to get started on tho round. ATTENDANCE IS BIG Chamber of CotiMterce Meet ing Is Enthusiastic and Business Is Done The Chamber of Commerce held a very enthusiastic meeting Tuesday ev ening when the matter of reorganisation waa conaldered. Tbe attendance was large and everyone present seemed de sirous ot doing something that wouM work good for Klamath County. To this end the Chamber a lo be reorganised and a committee consisting of A. II. Naftzger, 11. If. Danbar, Ales Martin, O. II. Gate and T. W. Stephens, waa appointed lo draft new by-law. Under the old by-laws membership has been limited lo Individuals, which baa been In a measure, responsible lor a email attendance at some ot tbe meeting, as usually business firms have but one rep resentative In the Chamber and It he can not attend the meeting tbe Aran U not represented. The new order ol things will probably provide for traa membership so that several Individual may represent one membership in the organisation. The usual amount ot time waa devoted to a discussion ot the adverUabag )Me- lion. Several propoaitioM were east sldered and a committee waa appelated to design an envelope for tbe Cfcaasber, and an effort will also be made to lad eee tbe buslneee firm of Use city-to aaatiaks: design. E. P. Morgan and A. H.Xaftsgerwere appointed a committee on transporta tion. The Chamber will take it npon Itself to improve the freight and passen ger service Into this city, and this gut ter will be taken up with tbe S. P. cJk- ials. Messrs. NatUger and Morgan will meet this afternoon to decide upon a method ot procedure. Supervising Engineer D. C. Hewy and Mr. Heilman, ol tbe reclamation service, attended the meeting and spoke briefly to the chamber. Their remarks were enthulastlcally received. Tbe Chamber baa taken on new Ufa and Indications are that It will .be a power for good during the coatog sum mer. For Upper Lake nolnta by launch call on O. P. Gregory A Son. I II Ldl ''. iLri1 "jiHfaaipaaJz? rsw SA JTsbsbBBsbV ii tiiTTM?T'A Kap'vliJamaW Vgy'rgBfci.".vi.N-''-?jii i J Jf ' ' m leaissMsaWlW fowtifo ThtJ Most Perfect of Floor Paints Makes floors easy to keep clean the home eaimary and attractive. ""' SWvv?3t$t4jjr3 Roberts & Hanks Phone 178, Block y, ,?