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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1919)
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
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Thirteenth Year No. 3,547
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1919
Big Advance Made Toward
Suppression of War
SPEAKS AT PORTLAND
TO ATTEND LIBERTY
Mm. (I A. KrnURf, who I inn accept
ci (do CliuJriuniiMlilp of dm women'
Cniuiiijjlito wink for tlin Klfili Llboity
I .aim lumpnign In KlNiuulli County,'
expect lo loiivn for Portland nomtt
(linu IIiIh week In pnrllclpiitu'ln n
ronfiiri'iKv fur IIiIh work Mm. '
KraiiHc had charge of thin branch of
(lio work during (tin hint rnmiilKn
It I HMilnritoml Mini the Kliimnth
County Cluilrmun for thu Fifth 1,0.111
ha not yot been tuuiicil.
Mi-ADOO IIKADK I..IW FIRM.
men would have nothing clue, and
(hoy iiro today extending thin method
lll.M.mt. .t. ..... ll. - .. .
j iiiiifuiiviH iiiv maic, v , J, uaiton
Hinted that Congreisman (taker ild. i
that suoh a bill could be secured for
Modoc county and he believed It
wonld be a good thine '
These suggestion brought up the
Question of n cnmnrainliia nr nt. n,l.
Juitment of the difference and It
i w suggested thut a commlttco of
. tho cattlemen meet n similar com-,
mlttce from the sheepmen and hco If '
jsomn nmlcoblo adjustment could be!
vHHf ivimj u iriarlSPB ""-" -inioinijiii wh oiien
mauo that there waa no disposition
COURT HOUSE j
m. m nt '
i nrmnrn nnnu
Price, 5 cent
LOW SENDS WAR
KANTA IIAIIIIAHA. Uul., Kol.. I7.NFW Rtfl IMTDnniircn
I-'-." ..-. VW-wb
to-Proldrnl. In M-iUlnt
Pft Ciiiijtri'ii Tmtity,
Work !Ui' "I ''' l'"rli
William 0. Mi-Adoo, former nocre
tnry of thn treasury nml director Ben
urn I of lullrouds Into niutounird (tin I
iiikhiiiuiiiiii ill iiih miw ifiw inn it
' will rwi.lit of Mr Mc.lAoo, Joseph' P H,"'r' "ml C"UUf Mc" H,,ow "!
i raiM- Cotton of New Ymk. Gooigo B
C'smrtrr- "rmikllii. Now York, nnd Fraud II
, 'urAiion. oii or ihu former Kucri'tnry
irn;.) "':: r,', "w "n,inav, wm ,w mca,,o
I Cotton nml Franklin
on the part of the cattlemen to Injure
the permanent sheepman, but they
only desired to reach ihe tramp hefiln
and It looked a If there waa really
little keeping-both aides apart, except
a move by one or the other to set
The mooting adjournr-d with a de
cision to take up the mattor of a com
Promllia today anil tti mi n -..,,.
k TucfUmt on Kmicm tentative lo Salem. The roprcsonta-
Which llavr Kept Tlinn at KwortlV
Pimtn for the 1'm.t few Day.
Iliiiikii-. Hilplntt In Matter.
rORTMND Feb 17 -Kx.Pro.
dfnt Taft spoke at thn Congrtw for
t Uue of NailmiK hern todny he
fpr a Inirc ifudlHirc In npeakliiK
of the trtnifiidoun probli.m now up
for idtlnr at Din UIk ronfurenre nnd
thflr bfirlnc on ilm futuru of tho
torld, the eminent ninteiman dp.
tlired "On the whulo wc iilutll
Ihmk Rod that u li n Krcnt ndvanrit
torifil tho uiprriioii of wnr and
lb promotion of eriiinneut peace,
irn bfi taken "
TH forennnt rend by Prealdont
WlUon In I'nrU In- until, provided
tbit nation In onli-r to be HitmliioH
loth nr U..Rue in..,t show them.' Ki.m.ih mil. .. win '., '".A")r. .C!?" ".i"? ". h."Ln
..i,.. .1,1 , ,. . . i r-r- 1-- h i niivui'i "iiu iiciui, nraa
KKN able nml uK t0 conform to off little lighter this ynr llii.n lnt. or uuiture the same, or permlu or
tbetotenaniiNiid ittiint b. elected by luccoi'dlnic lo tho summary nl Mm lax ,",,f,'r ,,,c nn,e ,0 uo herded, graced
Jlt.ua. luajorliy of the mem-U,,. .ucd by A.Wor J P- ftoZlyXTZ
wn. inn kah draw ii to keep OcM The county and statu lew It. tho my rnngo uaunlly occupied b any
loiar out of thr Liingup until alio amn. hut a ullrht rpHtifllim l.i no. i cattle grower either aa a snrinir. aum.
..i n .1.. t.iv ) Tim mini ,ncr nr winter range lor en me, u
cured on the . ell (axes The itiii j -,,. nf mUdomcnner: but rlortty
for Klamalh Falls la U. 2, for Merrill fc noaiieiiaorv rlcht between rattle
8AI.K.M. Kob. 17 Uy As.oclatod
i rron) Mouse bill 436 has boen re
ferred to tho Committee on I'ubllc
, l.nml on motion of Representative
Merrymnn, ItN author. It was on the
rnlendnr for third rending and final
I p.iimngc, with ii favorrblo recommend
.,,,, ul ,,., .. "(,n ,ro1" hc Committee on Mvcstoclc
. h.lll SI.K.IITIA lwp U, ftct)m wog ,nken 8en4t'e
bill 20. which linn been Introduced
by Uoiuitor l'licc, aUo n-gulates
KrnihiK of cuttle nnd sheep and has
fen t ii r en that nro Hlmllnr to the
Mcrryimin hill. It provldea that.
l.tlWKH THAN l,.8T Hi:mc
THIN HAHK IN . t'lTV M'.VY,
HTATK AND C.tlUXTV KAMI:
" (It lo k hi. mild ,r. Tnft.
lie. aid I In; irnnil faith of tho Unit.
f State n pledged lo Join the
"" Tho amount of the
'ifernnK lo heiuinr 1'oIiiiIi.xiit'A tolnl 534,158.nn, an
uiucuni or die
ta.r., nnd for llonniua 35.3,
sheep (twnera to any ransc. in
I ilnl Al-mlnu,l' til IIia lir-1.rllv In .Iia
WIHCIl iiMiifit fllid Hiilnmnrv iibm ft bi.1.
Itlltr.nda itt nHnA ! jam ..... Im. k.a..
- , .. .,-w vl..,., ,. n.iiiiari ,., KtiiK.T U 1 I . V KllinWUIIIO JUlllH.
(OW'lllint. hu Jlllil ' t2ft 7F.0 01 ,nMr It... ... ...!.... nlllinr flR ii rnltln nr nliAitn rnnpn '
aow for llio Urt tfiuo do we henr'nro divided n follow- Stnto nml'
tax. il0!,93o.r.u: rond. 94,.' ,l ""8 bco" t hc Sonnto
f ak nsi m- hii.ii loiiimiueo on ruoiio i.nniiH. uepre-
ntbr for our own self Isti purposes." school. $37,810.36; library. l,73S.."ontl,,vo" Morr'"m" sn8 u" wnl
62! ABrlcultural Collego. S1.73S.63. "rw '"" ul" " ,lie ' lorco ul" aoM
"' ",v "'' ""ii) io we henr'nro dlv
tkstlalm that wi. did not go Into thulcounty
irfof thn benefit of tho world but 063,30:
rUH THE SOUTH
and new rourl house, S30.Sfi2.27.
Tho tuxes to ho collected from tho
Incorporated towns nrtt: Kliimnth
Thorn was a meetlnc of t!n cxocti.l
Kails, 171,616.86; Merrill, $1,654.60, live commlttco of the Klamath Coun- today
tlve went to Halem and n committee
ronslatlug of Dan Ryan, W. C. Dnlton
and I ii Is Oerhor on tho three banks
Hceklng some neutral ground upon
which both sldoj could meet. K. II,
HamiBond, president of the Wool
Growers' Association wa communi
cated w(h, and bo stated that they
wero read and willing to meet the
cattlemen more than half way and
that he wonld appoint a committee of
three to meet a similar committee
from the cattlemen.
At tho meeting yesterday afternoon
tho statement waa mndo by one of
those present Uiat the only desire
sought on tho part of the opponents
of the Merrymnn bill 'was a conserva
tion of the rights and Interest of all
parties, concerned. Captain Siemens,
speaking for his bank, and his state
ment was concurred in by the other
bankers, said that they were ready
to help in reaching an amicable un
derstanding ami would do everything
possible to that end. Mr. Roger of
Ihe First National bank said that he
oppoMd'tbe Merrymai.blll, because
ho was against any kind of local
legislation. Ho said that if the .bill
was good for Klamath County it was
good for the entire state, and If It
were Injurious to any other section
It would betnjurlous to this. "I be
lieve tho matter tan be adjusted to'
the Interests and satisfaction of
everyone," said Mr. Rogers, "If wo
go at It in tho right way, and I stand
ready to render what assistance I
The tension thut has been ovtdent
lor many dns watt not bo preemptible
Thoso Interested on both
Calkins Indicates Desire to
Have Case Settled
SMALL ISSUES ARGUED
Two valuable war tmlililn In tin.
form of brass vases made from tho '
famous Kcvcnty five shells were re
ceived here today by C. C. Low from '
his son. Sergeant Woyd Low, who lg(
now with the American Army of Oc
cupation near Cobicnz on tho Rhine,
names cfhuteaii Thierry is worked
on one and Verdun on the oilier. Tho
gift was mailed on tho eleventh of
January and came .thru In good timo.
They are to be placed In the Mcilut
tan Jewelry Store window. Mali going
tho other wuy Is very slow, according
to Sergeant Low, who had not heard
rrom anyone In Klamath Fulls for
over two months when Ills letter nc
cmpnnylng the vases, was written.
Ot Ml HUN
Demurrer of Coiiiily Clerk in H'eldc- HACK FROM IIAV t'lTV
Ikljip Art Ion l Owmiltil l)c-i ,, , '. "
Mr. and Mrs. Leiter Terwllllgcr,
fenilanl Glitn Ten l)aj 7n Which who have been in San Francisco dur-
fill till! Imbf U'ftf.lf .I1 lllfulltneu n M A '
pleasure .on the train last evening.
Wilson Says Troops Should
Be Out This Spring
HUNS ACCEPT TERMS'
l AiiMH-r Soer:i .ltrne.s for
Until Hides I'riMiil.
That the big controversy over the,
Klamath County court house location
which has been a source of contention
here for tho lust decade, and which 4
has caused bo many legal tangles and (
complications, will be brought to n
final decision In a very short time be
fore Judge F. M. Calkins of Medford,
Is the belief of a number of attorneys
who have Just returned from argu
ing several of tho issues before him,
Tho Judge Indicated his desire to
get these smaller matters settled, and
havo the main issue brought up In
the very near future.
No decision on any of the matteis
taken up was forthcoming at the re
Kin-hoi Problem t'p Itefore Peace
Confcri-mc TimIiij NeiV Invitation
lo ('oofi-i-rucc Muy Re Made More
iliiu-ricnns .Shipped Ku-j,a lo
Iiimiic Wlthdmtwi of All.
KFFOHTS HKING MADK FOR FIJI).
KRAI. All ON ROADS IN NORTH-
WASHINGTON, U. C, Feb. 17.
I A atop toward tho strengthening of
the position of the American and Al
lied troops in northern Russia as a
preliminary to their safe withdrawal
In the near future. Is now under way
i at the older of the Supreme War
Cqunell. Secretary Baker today in
formed of the Supreme War Commit
tee. This move has been taken he
said at the request of President Wll-
CONNF.CT WITH THIS CITV
KKN CAMORNIA, SOMK WHIG fson, who declared that all Americans
should be taken out of Russia this
The following article taken from
tho San Francisco Chronicle shows '
Spring. Additional forces are now
being sent to assure the success of
, this plan.
M..U.V 1'I.Oi'lHM, .MILL HUNNIMJ
WITHOUT A HITCH. nvu
'. Smith who hns been hero
r wcrai ,.,,,, ,,,,, now
Stan" A ,V'rnHuk ,,f t""t
ion. In i h. an of t operation, has
" rinhfac .i. Hork horo and lll
iJTn """ "'n "W ml" '" ""'
Zl i 'r'5 hm lud of flour
jjk Jvc.,r.,.H,lB without hitch
couia bo tun.,., out. .tt deelnrs.
fljid Doiiim-ii, $761,62, ty and Horse 0 rowers' Association
I Special taxo levied in other tax- yesterday" afternoon, at which wero
lug districts ure mostly for irrigation Prenont I. it. sirubie, msyor, o. D.
nnd drnlnago illstrlcts, nnd totnl "rlt. of (ho Klamath Stato Dank,
$66,1129.46, divltled as follews: J Lusllo Rogers, of tho first National
Rank, Captuln J: w, Siemens of the
Pine drove Irrigation ..
Willow Valloy Irrigation
Kntorprlsa. Irrigation ...
Klnmath Irrigation .
Hhnsta View Irrigation .
first St .to and Savings Rank, W. H.
Mnson of tho Rc'cord. U. J. Murray of
(he Kuril Id and (ho following cattle
men! Dnvo l.lskey, William Lowry,
C. Dnlton, Oeo. Watt, C. W. War
ren, J "B. Paddock, Mr. Glvon, C. U.
i Cleudenulug, Dan Ryan, J, L. Rock-
School district taxes for the fifty-, loy nnd J. N. Stiles. TJio purjtoso of
two districts In tho county total $37,- the meeting was to give the cattlemen
128.00. nn opportunity to present tholir side
Tho valuation und tuxes for tho of tho question and a general 'discus-
different districts nro uh ioIewh: Lion hnvlng for Its purpose tho aolv-
, , . , ... lug of tho difficulties that have arts
District Ituto Tux . .... .. . .. .. ...
N()i jjj $12 403.10 0" uc-wrn l"o noopraeu ana me cai-
sldca realized that there Wns a, chance
for an adjustment and it Is not at all
unlikely but that during the coming
wook thcro wl'll be a satisfactory settlement.
. ...... ,., .iHituaw Knitunit: auuwa 1'AltlS. 1- PU. I.. 'ha nttontinn nf
cent hearing .except the case of Arch-., the efforts that aro being made to ' the delegates at the Peace Conference
Itect Helde against the County Clerk build UP the highways of 'northern will focus on Russia today, the Su
regarding the Issuance of warrants, California two of which", the one from ' preme Council halng decided that
In which the demurrer of the latter. Ager to Klamath Falls and the one'as tho time allowed for thP arrnt-
from Lookp'ut't61ie"Kl!imalh County ."ancc-of the invitation to thePrinkipo
line aie vast importance to this dis- J conference has expired, something
trlct, both as commercial and tourist else fmut be 'lone.
highways nnd It is believed that this J The Invitation mas- again bo re
is a good chance for the local author!- , newed attei remolng some of the
ties to eo-oporate " by getting the conditions that were"unacceptable to
Klamuth roads in the best shape to ",ost or the Russian factions.
the County line. I
The Northern California Counties' COPENHAGEN. Feb. 17. The
was ovorrulodand tho defendant giv
en ten days in which to answer. The
case will come up next Monday.
The $1,000 suit of the county
against Contractor Dougan and oth
ers was argued on Thursday, and oc
cupied tho entlro day.
Tho Wnrd and Loom Is case versus
tho county was taken up, and also
tho caso- of Heldo versus DeLup.
' patch from Weimar.
OF YOUNG MAN
'erday mmnt. , ,,nrMlnil
""" ho will ,., . ,..""',
'""otlvoof ki ."""". ro,,ro-1 No. 20
recept0ll ""' nt ti,o Dig No,
Coa'tAMH f"' ",0 "Ixty-Flfth'No,
Jrll0,J "' "hlch there nro u'S.
i SE,w.,,,:h r MMA lP- :::::::-::::-:::::io:o
Hiai,i ""' uuy wu tied up.-vil.
.urhourt1,,",Uorn' J0""1 tWOnty'
t lemon was indulgd In. Mr. Glvan,
who Is a res I ile lit of this city, but who
In, former yenrs, was one of the big
cattlemen of Lnko county, gave his
oxpiirlmico In that territory, life
stated that the range In LakovCounty
wuh now as hnro as a floor; that tho
sheep hud drlvon tho cattlo men out
of there and now had to leave them
selves and Mint they would drive
thorn out of Klamath' county, J. G.
Paddock, who resldos in tho Oly sec
tion of -tho county, gavo his cxper
I on co with tho sheepmen and stated
2.130.D7 that lf.thov wore not curbed it would
1,683.16 bo necoBsnry for ovory cattlomnn to
yjlj'j? aim. C, W. Warren told of tho drlv
j!o4il71 ,,,k -"rough. Sprnguo river valley of
261,46 nanus or snoop mat sirippca ino
rnugo clean as they went, and ho also
stutod that If so'mo protection waa
not glvon the cuttlo Industry of thlg
7U0.98 county, then It would be wiped out.
),t)9S,S! This snmo opinion was expressed by
W. C. Dnlton, and he suppested that
Instead of having -tho bill refer (o
sheep It should be amended so as to
C, A, Cluvolaml, who has boon In Include all stock. George Watt toid
No. 21 1.6
No. 22 3.0
for Poland " " - W
Wi.1.1. KNOWN VOUNO MAN WHO
HAD TAUGHT SCHOOL AND HAD
HKKN IN KLAMATH FOR KKVKN
YKARH, IHICH LST NIGHT
cratlon with Attorneys B; 1
nnd Fred H. Mills.
Tho opposing side wns represented
by Attorneys Harrison Allen of Port
land and A. E. Reams.
NEW MEMBERS FOR
GOOD ROAD BODY
Tho very rainy nnd snowy weather
of the past fow days und tho bad con
ditions of tho roads linvo kept many
of the ennvnssera for the new Klam-i
I.KAVK8 htm NKW POSITION.
"SSf KU"' lT-T- Am
hve bee , ,u" "'? nn', ,0r ""(cor.
ltnt- . "lw, 'Ifi'orntlpiis for anl.
talnott a ,V, nry ln nc""i Cap-" bookkeopor for the Reclamation tho same difficulties wore met. Here
f""7 of j,(, !," (lf "l0 339th' In.) Sorvlco, ! who has locently boon . they solvod It by asking tho goy
talllin-, . rl,"'l wus glvon tho . Promoted to a position tin travnllna oiunumt to create a Kraiins reserve.
COlBBaiidlnK"? fnr! Kullantry wWlo udltor left this morning for Fullan, j At flrst this wna looked Upon with, a
Ve" Itlvo! """ f"'CH nlon" -Uo Nobruska, whore he commoncos his groat deal of suspicion by both sides,
The untimely end or John San ford
Hutchlns at hi homo on Upper Ninth
Street at 10:36 last night from n
heart nffllctloiir has-shocked a host
of friends In Kliimnth Falls' today.
Mr. Hutchlns had been Indisposed
since IhBt Tucsduy but It was not until
a short tlmo bofore his death that his
conditions wag bellevodserlous.
Tho deceased was a native of-Kan-sas
and had resided In K!ninn.th Falls
and County for tho past seven years.
Ho was thirty four years of ago, Oct
ober Twentieth. Much of his time
here wns spent ns a school toacher-ln
which he was successful and had
taught in a number of the schools
thruout the county, for some time
past ho has been omployed aa book
keeper at the Standard Oil Company
in Klamath Falls. He is survived by
his wife, Mrs. Lulu Hutchlns and
three children who havo the ayru
Association is composed of officials German government jesterday accept-
Tho case of John Koontz versus fiom five Counties in the Northern etl f'e A,"ed terms for the extension
Klamath County was put over. part of the state and has been respon-f0' tl,e armistice, according to a dis
j-i .-- .1 ' ... . . lifit-rll f I'rtTM U'ulninf
iiamain ouniy was reprusenieu siuic lor much or the constructive de
by Prosecuting Attorney a Win. M. vclopment of that section,
nunenn and Assistant Prosocutinc
Attornov Wilson S. Wllev. in co-on- Asking that a Government engin
eer ue seni at once to maKe a prelim
Inaiy survey of needed highway im
provemonts, the Northern California
Counties Association has taken the
first stop In California to secure Fed
eral aid under the net appropriating '
$20,000,000 for rood construction
passed by the House. The association MISHAP OCCl'RS AT NINTH AND
nsks that the Government send one
of Its engineers to go over the roads
in Siskiyou. Trinity, Shasta. Modoc
und Lassen counties to determine
tho extent at- t"he expenditures that
will bo Justified.
The association asks Federal aid
nth County Good Roads Association- , n,,orM, , t ,.,.,,.
, .... 1 v vMi v van tlli4 liui Qltllll, lilf-,11"
from getting over tho c ty. but " ways: Scott Mountaln.road from Cal.
number havo been out on this Import, ........ s8klyou -,., rond ..,
nut work in splto of the weather con-1 Cnanan,f slsk)y0H county to Dot, ker hml tho misfortune to collide with
dltlons and have added u number of jTrn. Ager tQ Kla th Ml. Kua Odin nt the corner of
new names to this enthusiastic or-;., MtmM to Cedw.v,u AUuras Ninth and High Stieets. The young
gnnlzatlon. Tlie doflnlto number of.. BlIMnvllI. ,,,,,. ,-,., VnUm lady wus in .. Ford car and Hamaker
.. ...-:.. i.i..- i ..... U" "" -..--.-.. .. . ...w . . . .. i
",v ",l,um l; "7 " rond. Susanvlllo-Plttyvllle road. Rei.. w ilrlxiiiE a fo
cured but will bo checked up " aing-Shingletown, lCottowood-Hay- round the corner
fork, DeltaTrlulty Center, Redding'
FORDS COLLIDE '
Illlill STREETS. VOl'NG LADV
Sl'FFEILS ritACTCRHD ARM AS
RESULT. CARS DAMAGED
1 While returning with Dr George I.
Wright, who hud been hastily sum.
' nioned to attend the late John
'ilutthlns. Inst evening Monte Hama-
mado public within a few days by
Fred Gnrlch,, who has charge of tho
SOCIAL EVENING AT
THE BALDWIN HOTEL
nl Sedan. Seeing her
r nnd realizing that a
collision wns inevitable. llamaKer
(.topped and tho two machines collid.
"The Northern California Counties ei "eml " ,,u'3 uul" ,",
Assorlntln,, rpcntiv- htni...i ... fructuied foi carin as the result of the
solution nnd n nromlso from the StalP ml8liap und
Illchwnv Climiuti:inii In nwml t'TOfl daillllRed
000 on the Reddlng-Alturns, Susan
Villo-Red Rluff and Redding-Wenvor-
both caia were uauij;
Tho jonug lady's injury
wus attended i" b Dis. Goddardand
I Soule and she u ropoiieu uoinc uue-
pathy of tbelr many friends in their
Klnmath Fulls for some tlmo past of his. cxporlence In Nevada, where, ('bereavement. No funeral arrange-
jraonts will be made untlP relatives
uan be heard from.
but after It was established the stock-
OREGON OA8UALTY UST TODAY.
Prt. Waltar E. Martin, Portland,
wounded severely. . . , , ,.
vlllo luterals and also to do work .on li
About ono hundred moinbors of the ti,0 Yroka-Wced road and It hopes to'
Kplscopal Guild and their friends at- get fnvorablo action on its teuuest for
tondc( tho social oveu'lng at tho , Fedoinl nid on thoso other highways j
Baldwin Hotel Saturday evening, and necessary to the development or '
e;oiyone reports tho best Klml of nj Northern Cullfornln. I
tlmo. A fluo program was given and -
dancing was enjoyed until n late AVAL OFFICER HKTUHNS
hnn. I lA.tt.ti.n ., t .tiii11ir Cflrrirt
gave a most Intciesllug talk on l.lfo
lu the Navy.
HCCKLERERRV l'l.VX" IS DEAD,
MILL Ill'ILDKR RETCRXS.
Hill Hunter of tho Saw Mill Engln-
TO HIS RATTLESH1P.
Lloutonant Sturllng Gurfett of tho
United States battleship, Sacramento, I
whoias been hero on a furlough for
the past fow days visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Garrett, loft for
I his ship 'at New Orleans yesterday
EUGENE, rub. 17. B. I. 'Finn,
who nssoited himself tho original
"Huckleborry Finn" of Mark Twain's
stories died at his home at Belknap
Bridge on Mm I ppor McKenzle river, j
fort-flvo miles can of Eugene last
Tuesday. He was about 90 ysars old
and had mod In'the mountains of
I.nno Countv tor moio than thirty
LUMBERMAN OFF FOR BlUV.
a n sinck. who formerly pperated
a ww mill lu the Bonanza district
i . .... . -
eenng anu uonsiruciion uompnny na morning. The young officer bus a
returned from u business vtrin to Sail hnm nr f.iHn,ia ham win- rii..,.. '
Francisco, He reports that tho weath. nt tho rupld rise ho has made in the ' nnd who la no located at. Bray,,!"
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