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OFFICIAL PAI’EK OF
LEADING PAPER OF
MH THERN OREGON.
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 28, 1910
C ounty 2
LAEOUETTE ANO HEYBURN FIGHT IÎ 1200,000 THE AMOUNT ASKED RR
«ervatlonist to the bone when it
comes to protecting the rettource« of
When the farmers learn
that they ran tai»»* four or five times
THKRtM K EFELI.ER Fol NDATION HI Mi COMBINE ORGAN IS < 11.1.Ell
what th«) now do for much less than
BILL HILI. NOT PA8H
TO AN ACCOl'NT
It In <.aitIng for the pr««ent produc
tion. then, and not till then, will the
coat of living be reduced.”
1 iiMirx’ii t Hd'iuit«»!*« An* Invited I.* v O. JoloiMiu. G. X. H entiling anil
Join HaiMls With tlw*
Klamath Is-ielopnu-nt Com
< UAMBEKLAI.N PRE* A A litt« »« EM 'APE H<OM DEATH
1 hMIMMTdl •»
HF.NT m MKAMI KK I' SENATE
MEASURE IS SIMILAR10 HOUSE BILL
It It I' mmi -« m < Thh* Mr««K»«i the Kr«-
r-rvatkwi May Hr Oyww’-d
United Pro«« M-rvlcr
WASHINGTON. 1» C„ April 27
s>-uatur Chamberlain. of Oregon. to
day lulioduccd tu thv S»-nut< th’- bill
pr«>vldln« for th»« throwing <>peo of
the Klamath Indian Reservation In
Klatuath County. Oregon
The provlaiona of the meaaurr are
Identical with lbw In the bill le-
port«td In the II oum *
It provide« for
the allotting of the land« to the In
dian«. tile segregation and apprai««*-
■uent of the different land« agricul
tural. grating ad timber.
completion of thin work, which will
be done by the appraiser« one rep-
reernting th«- Government, one the
State and one the Indiana the res
ervation will he open for the home-
The uhuu I reaervatlona relative to
the «election of land for townaite«.
M-htMil altea. experimental farm« and
timber reaerve« are made in the bill.
The Hou», bill ha« been referred
to the committw on Indlau Affair«,
to await a protest that ha« been pre-
oared by the Klamath Indian« and
which 1« expected to he received here
within a few day«. It 1« underst.Mid
that the Indian« are ol>J«*cUng to the
provision« of th<* House bill provid
ing for the «election of town«lte«.
where they «hall interfere with tribal
land« belonging to the chief« of the
tribe“«. Also to the irrigating aytitem
that It 1« proposed to Install, the
■ reating of timber reserve« for the
lieneflt of the Indian« and a number
of other mattcia. The«., will receive
the careful attention of the commit
tee before the bill 1« again reported.
It 1« quite certain that both bill« will
at thia «ewalon of t'ongre««
Infuriated Hull Make« V kiou«
Attack on I,. A. Wetmter
While I. A Webster, who Is em
ploy, d on the W, W Masten ranch,
was returning from Merrill Tues
day, he wan attacked by the 3-year-
old bull belonging to B. II. C. Wil
liam« and barely e«cap«d with hl«
Mr Webster was horseback
He saw the bull In the road and the
animal was apparently quietly i-atlng
th« grass alongside the highway.
Wh*-n c|o«e to him the bull aud-
deftiy charged hl« uoi m *. all iking him
full in the breast and throwing him
back on hl« haunebe«
horse und rider could recover from
th« shock, the bull chsrged a second
time, hitting the horse in the bally,
knocking it and the rider to th.
The infuriated animal then
turned his attention to Mr Webster
and before be could get to his
jumped on him with his fore feet.
As a result of this attack, Webster's
right arm was broken in two piare«.
Knalislng the danger, the injured
man began to roll toward« the fence
and aucceedi*d iu crawling through
th« barbed wires. The bull contin
ued hi« attack until Mr. Webster was
inside the fence and then made*
strenuous efforts to got through after
Mr. Webster «ucceoded in calling
Mr. William«, who assisted him Into
horns“. He wa« brought to the Mas-
ten ranch, whore Doctor Hamilton
was summoned aud reduc'd the frac
Aside from the broken arm
and a number of severe bruises, no
other Injuries were «ustained. The
hull had been dehorned and It is to
this that Mr. Webster owes his life.
ROONEVELT NKEH RATTLE
BETWEEN FRENCH TH! MH’S
Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry Fight
I’nlted Pr.se. Service.
PARIS. April 27.—Two brigades
of infantry, two regiment« of artil
lery and two regiments of cavalry
HIGH COHT OF IJVIN’G DUE
fought a «ham battle for Colonel
TO NOIL DRTKIUOHATION Roosevelt today. It ended with the
cuirassiers charging the battery. Mr.
Semlor) of Agriculture Advene«*« a Roosevelt arose and cheered, having
Ib-nnd New Theory
been dellghed with the maneuvers.
This afternoon Mr. Roosevelt goes
United Pre«« Service
to Veraallles and tonight will he spent
WASHINGTON, I) C ., April 27.—
at the theatre.
The population la increasing faster
than the food production.” «aid Sec
PANAMA CANAL WILL BE
retary of Agriculture WII soj today
OPENED EARLY IN 1911
In an address betöre the members of
the Produoe Exchange today. "The Information to That Effect Conus
trouble ll<*s In the n<«glect and the
From Highest Authority
unnecessary deterioration of Kantern
farm«. It I« true that the farmers United Pre«« Service.
are getting big prices for th« product
WASHINGTON. I). C.. April 27.-
of their farm«, but it coat« twice an The Panama Canal will be opened
much to grow thing« now an it did early in 1914, according to the high
ten yearn ago. The one great remedy, est official authority. This same au
r.nd one that mu«t be applied before thority refused to change the official
there In any relief from present con announcement that the canal would
ditions, in proper cultivation and be opened for use in 1915, because*
<on«errntiou of the soil. I am a con- of the puHsibilltyof unforH.cn delay.
ARRIVE ON LIME
portions o fthe State of Oregon, and
also in the State of California.
That on th«? 13th day of Ap> :1,
1910, in said City of Klamath Falls.
County of Klamath, State of Oregon,
«aid defendant faisely, wickedly, and
maliciously printed, uttered, pub-
lt<*h«-d, an- <>>< ulat*-d. in the regular
Issue of said "Klamath Chronicle of
«aid date, of and concerning the
plaintiff, a certain false, scandalous
and defamatory libel, in the words AKE AMAZED WITH SK.BT n THAT
and figure- following to-wit:
MEET TH MR EYKH
"Aa wan promised last week, the
i'nlted l*r*M»« S»*rvlce
There were hied at 5:30 yesterday j Chronicle will give a short resum«- of
the court house fiasco to date.
afternoon with County Clerk DeLap ’
WASHINGTON. D. «' . April 27.
' A long time ago as the story
Senator Heyburn expressed little hope papers in a libel suit commenced ' go«*« anyways several months ago, S.
that the Rockefeller lncor|>oratlou against the Klamath Publishing Com O. Johnson. C. E. Worden. .Mr. Wend
ling. E. J. Murray and J. G. Pierce Realize That Here Is the .Site of th»
bill for the half billion Foundation pany, the sponsors for the paper that met and outlined a plan whereby
Metropolis of Sowthern
would pa ms at this session of Con-
they might get rich at the expense
fftwa lie: declared that the Founds- Hog Combine, by 8. O. Johnson and I of the people of Klamath County.
' tton would «Imply be a perpetuation
bers of a company called the Klamath
of the Standard Oil Company, be- amount asked for is $50,000. An Development Company, owning some
The Portland excursionist« arrived
cause the measure leave« the invest
1000 acres of marsh land and chalk on schedule time. Through an un
ment« in th« hand« of that corpora morrow against the «atne company i ridgt-s northeast ot the City ot Klam fortunate miscalculation of the time
It Is understood that Mr by the Klamath Development Cor..-1 ath Falls. To devise some plan to sell the reception committee did not ar
Thin will be for HOO.OOu. ’ this land at a nice profit, they plan
1 Rockefeller is getting tired of the de
ned to make it an addition to Klam rive on the scene until over half of
lay ia the passage of the measure Other suits are to follow.
ath Falls. One thing, only, was both the visitors had found their way up
The filing of these suits was looked ering these gentlemen
and It is expected that he will shortly
town. However, what the committee
take steps to have the Foundation in upon this morning by the moving people would not be willing to pay lacked in promptness was made up in
fancy pric«*s for lots so far out of
corporated under the laws of one of spirit« of the Klamath Publishing town
In studying the situation, it the whirlwind manner in which they
Company a« a joke. This changed, , was noticed by all that the present
began to make their guests feel at
Representatives of Mr. Rockefeller however, as the day wore on. and | business portion centered about the home.
Everything was wide open,
are convinced that it will be. impos during the afternoon that smile was | seat of government for Klamath though the mayor did not have the
sible to overcome the objection ot rapidly disappearing, when it was as County, the building containing the pleasure of formally presenting the
Senators lat Follette and Heyburn in certained that the position occupied County officials, would most naturallt key to the city.
tim.* to have the bill pass at this ses was one that was far from being b«* the centre about which all other
It was a surprised "bunch" thut
enterprise*« would come.
sion of Congress. Senator Heyburn funny. The article upon which the
"The brilliant idea was therfore stepped from the magnificent train.
fears that the bill will relieve the suit is based is one of the boldest at evolved ot moving the Court Ho is« compoe««d of six Pullmans and two
addition, and thus
Rockefeller estate from taxation, a«' tempts that was ever mad«- in this out into their
engines. Coming with the expecta
under the provision« of the bill the county to bring into disreput«“ the draw the business centre there, there tion of s«*eing a hustling little coun
by greatly enhancing the value of
Foundation would practically be a
their lots to the financial gain of all try town, somewhat similar to that
charitable organisation. Senator I»a- suspicion.
concern«*d. Ergo, to think was to I to be found elsewhere in Oregon and
act. The County Court had the
Follette, in referring to tbi« feature
I Washington, the visitors had their
of the measure, declared thut the will arise out of al) this struggle will | power to move the Court Honse. Tb«n 1 ey«ns opened when they beheld the
term« "benefit of humanity.” were be the fact that in the future the I s«-e the light.’
| magnificent $4 0,000 depot that the
too vague and that he would oppose business and character of individuals ;
"The County Court was intersiew- i Southern Pacific has placed at the
its passage until the bill was so will be free from the freebooting at- ! ed and a trip was made to tlie site i gates of the city as a testimonial of
amended as to overcome the objec tacks of unscrupulous men. Had cer- , where the Court viewed th»“ promised I its faith in the future greatness of
land, and if reports be true was given
tions that have been made against it. tain things that were demanded by a ’ a« a slight token of esteem a por 1 the city.
It was with a continual
Senator Raynor, of Maryland, to few men who should have be«>n en- ; tion of said addition. The C >ur*. was | string of exclamations that the visit
much moved by such favors, and ex-
day attacked the constitutionality of
ors wended their way from the depot
the administration'« railroad bill. He there would have been no discussion i pressed a desire to show gratitu l** by to the courthouse, all th«* way mar
created a sensation by inviting the of the removal of the court house; near ’our lots.'
velling at what they saw aud gradu
Republican in«urg<*ntH to Join the there would have been no fight on
"An attorney was therefore called ally realizing for the first time that
Democratic party. "There is," he de th«* Herald: there would have b«*eii In and preparations made to complete this was to be the metropolis of
clared. "scarcely any difference be- io attempt made to blackeu the char th«“ work when he discovered t?at Southern Oregon, and in the very-
But the under the title the land upon which
twivn ns now . for we have eliminated acters of honorable men.
th«- Court Hous«“ now stands would near future the second city in the
al) of the essentInis. Are you in -lay of the black mask is past in revert to the Brooks estate shoult. the State.
earnest, or simply coquetting with j Klamath County, even though it re I Court House be removed therefrom.
The forenoon was spent in visiting
"At this juncture. J. G. Pierce
us? We are getting tired of being quired the present bitter struggle to
came to the rescue. For a consider the various business houses and re
fondled and embraced, only to be re
ation of $600.00 of th«* taxpayers' newing old acquaintances, and when
jected when the eupr.-me test comes." dividuals In this community.
money he secured from the said
Following is a copy of th«* com Brooks estate a deed quieting the noon arrived the excursionists were
Senator Dolliver, in replying to
plaint tiled in the suit instituted by title and giving the County the right glad to sit down to the sumptuous
Senator Raynor's invitation said:
to dispose of the present Court House banquet that was prepared for them.
"The InHurgents, as they have Mr. Johnson. That for the other suits square.
One hundred and fifty guests sat
been termed by the Senator from
■'This deal was put through se down to the banquet table, presided
Maryland, have sincere sympathy for
cretly. the local papers gonig so far
over by Hon. H. L. Benson as toast
the Democratic party, but very little IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE as to cut out the record of the real
STATE OF OREGON FOR
confidence in It. The present politi
ed them that day by the abstract
Following the banquet the visitors
cal evil is due to the fact that a few 3 O JOHNSON.
were taken in automobiles to the Up
men have grown so strong that they
"Everything was finally ready for
are knocking the heads of the two
th«* consummation of the deal and the per Lake, where they were shown the
day came, set by the Court, to hear headgates of the great Klamath Pro
partleH together. The party of the KLAMATH PUBLISHING)
COMPANY, a corpora-)
the Company's offer and to accept ject, the source of supply, and wha>
future will be based on Lincoln's
it. But a slip had occurred, and the was expect«»d in work of development
doctrine of an 'unfettered start and
correspondent of the Sacramento
a fair chance to every man.' "
Bee had reported the matter to that along the lumbering interests. Alta
ACTION Al LAW -
When the isue containing mont, Henley and other nearby
the news reached Klamath Falls it ranches were visited, a very genera!
CARD OF THANKS
set the people in action. A moat Idea being given the visitors of what
ind for cause of action alleges:
We desire to thank our friends. |
That at all the times herein men- ing of the business men was called, was behind the city and on which its
neighbors and the I. O. O. F. for the ■ •lontsl. defendant ha« b«*en and now. and a committee appointed to see th« future was based
County Court at once. They arrived
assistance and sympathy extended to Is a corporation duly organized and at th«* Court House in the nick of
The party left at 6 o'clock.
existing under the laws of th«“ State
us during nut recent bereavement.
time for while they were there Mr.
MRS. LILA CLARK
That at all th«* times herein men Worden came in with his offer.
The Alumni of the State Normal
"8eeing what a storm had burst
tioned. defendant has been, and now
Monmouth ask your support for that
is, th«* proprietor of, and engaged
You know we must bav,
In printing and publishing in the City hours deliberation, solemnly prom teachers. We must educate the boy«
of Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
and girls; a trained teacher is th«
Oregon, a daily newspaper known as until November, when the decision b««st agency for this.
The cost Is
would be left to the voters of the
The Government of Formosa main
four cents a year on a thousand dol
T^at said "Kinmath Chronicle” is
lars. Vote "Yes" for Monmouth and
tains a medical school which at pres
a newspaper of general circulation in
settle this question.—J. B. V. Butler.
ent has 176 pupils.
said Kinmath County, and In other
$40,000.00 «P0ÏI BIG sum