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AMONG THE LOCAL LODGES
AVoiiu-ii of AAiMukruft, Odd Fellows
mol Knights of Pytliins Elect
lleved to hold tlie world’s record in
tlu< egg-lnylng line. In talking with
a Herald reporter today Colonel La
throp xiatod tliut bo received the flrxt
bunch of tiewly-lintched chicks ever I ONI OF I III PIONEER AAOMEN
«»I THIH COUNTY
rt ielvcd in Kliiuiutli county from Cal
Ifoinln on the 2kth of January. The
chicks on their arrival here wore
taken to th«- poultry furm, twelve Mollier of Eight Cliildren, AAlio Cuino
Here In '(JO. I He» ut u Ripe
miles out on the Merrill road, und
raised by ih> Colonel's own methods.
On May 2Hth the flrxt egg wax laid,
juxt four months and three days from
Mis. Amon Shook, a pioneer of
the time of hutching, Tnix breukH
uny r<'<-or«l recorded In poultry books this county, died at the home of her
The Colonel son-in-law, Jacob Reuck, in Yonna
or chicken xtatlxtlcx
has the egg with him, and II lx filed vi'li-y, at noon Friday of paralyslu
Mrs. Shook wax X9 years of age,
on record ut the Herald office.
These chickens are the Imperial and had been fulling rapidly lately.
White Legliorns. und are guaranteed Hit«- wim only able to take liquid
foods for som< tiui<- before »he died.
to lay 225 «-ggx apiece a year.
On the furm are 200 ot the»«- and Hh< wax the widow of Amon Shook
ubout 500 Diamond Leghorns, which on« of the best known ploneura of
Mr. I.utliro|i xayx are equally ax good the pasiii, who died a number of
This goes to show what cun bo done pars ago. She leaves eight children,
In tlie poultry buxlni-xx In th«' Klnm- John, David anil William, Mrs. Mary-
utli coiintrv when It lx properly han Hutton and Mrs. Ada Reuck of this
county, Mrs. Haiti»- Barker of Iios
Angeles, I Mrs. Rhoda Schuman of
Guatemala und Newton Shook of
Ashlaud, She had been living at
the Reuck home since the David
I Bonanza Bulletin Items*
Tli«' dance last Friday night WUH Shook home, near I »airy, wax burned
attended by 25 couple, Too bud the I about u month ago.
The funeral services were held at
<>p< ta house burned down; but it’x all
Sunday afternoon from the
on uccount of th«» comet
The earth has survived ax yet from Christian church. Iler. Vallnndigham
tlu- terrilil«' «ff«'<'tu of tliut awful officiating.
DEATH OF MRS. SHOOK, SR.
Thlx Is tin» Henson ot tli<> year for
tho semi annual elwtlon of lodge offi-
«■•rs. and during the mouth of June
almost all tli«< fraternal x«»cl«-tl««x In
the country will elect now officers.
The Odd Fellows, Knights ot Py-
thias and Independent Order of Red
\|en huv«' already «»l«»ct<»d their offi-
«era, and several <»ther lodgt'x will
follow next week
M« m I o « Tribe I o II M lias chosen
Sai lieiii. Flunk Applegate; H«-nior
Hagamore, M W Espy; Junior Hugu-
more, C W. Harlow; Prophet, W. E.
Haehorn. Trust«-«', AA' M. Espy
Klalllnth l,o«lge K! ot I*., lilts ele< I
d offiiitx for tin- «'nxiilng t«-riu as
Chancellor Commander, Albert E.
Elder, Vice ('iianccllor, <’ <’. Low-;
I’relat«', It M Reid; Muster of Work,
Henry llabb«'«; Master nt Arms, II.
Klamath laidgo I O o F bus (
lust chosen Fred Humber, Noble
comet, whli-li wax to do Its w«»rk yes i
«irand. Percy H«holl. Vic«- Grund, G.
I,. Humphrey, Secretary, and P L.
W II McClure's IxK-f wagon wax
In the city today, feeding th«» poor
The Installation of the i«tM«v«- <»ffi-
people or this pia«-«» * who liax the
«era will take plac«1 during July.
Ewnunu Circle. AA’omen of Wood-
J A. Parker of Illy arrived In the
«■raft, elected th« following offi« « ts
city Tuesiiny from home with u loud i
ot Cush tcrt-iimi for the Klamath
Paet Guardian Neighbor. .Alts L»-na
Falls creamery, Thus It looks al
Noel; Guardian Neighbor. Amelia
though we wer«- <l<-xtln«-<! to perish
> lan. Francis Johnson. Attendant.
Fanny Virgil: Inner Sentinel. Nancy
Outer Sentinel. Christina
Sharp. Musician. Henrietta Melbaw;
A straw- Unlt«-d Press Service.
Manager, Maud Dollver.
M ANKING. China, Jun«- 3
berry fextlval was enjoyed after the
Chin«-»«' movement against foreign
bualneaa <>f the evening
ers I* iM'Ing prepared for Command
meeting night u program will be given
er Welle» of the United Htute» cruiser
by aoveial members of th«» circle.
New Orleans, ha* urranged to land
The Woodmen of the World will
mut iline guns and have marines and
<!>»corat<- the gruv«*» of their <l«-n«l al)
blue jacket« surround the consulates
over th«- country tomorrow
I xm - h I
of all nations in case of an outbr<-ak
Woodmen will pay their resp«»cts to
ihe dead in thlx city in like manner
lion of any job he holds or ever has
held, but Is a humorously philosoph
ical examination of the state of rnind
of wage workers when they say "my
|)IIM><IA TUI \h CONTRA«TORS job,” that of the farmer when he says E. G. AATLNON TIKI* TRACTION
ARE MOVING ON REDMOND
"my land,” and that of the small
ENGINE THERE FOR DRILLING
tradesman when he says "my store."
Mr. Johns will arrive in Klamath
Hill niul Hari-inuiu IJne* Each Order Falls about Jun< 20 to take charge of ir It Is Secured It Means a llig He«-
Half n Million Ties for
Dement In the Mouther* Part
the publicity bureau of the socialist
New IU mm I x
of the County
TO DEVELOP SAND HOLLOW
This Oiegop Trunk has «-xtubliuhcd '
a warehouxe and pay station for its
coMtructlofi men at R«'dmond. U. F.
Woodman, chief of »upplie» for the
Henry «amp xayx: All «upplie« for
the first ninety miles south of Madras I
will be haul«-«! from Hhanlko. That
for the lorty miles on the south end
will b<- liauied from Klamath Fall«.
The Oiegoii Trunk lias ordered half
u million th- from Portland and Cot
tag« Grove Th«- Harriman lin«-» alx»<
ordered 300,000 ties from California ,
und 200,000 from Oregon last week
J. F. Mounce got a franchise for a j
steam tot««! through Eugene on Thurs
day Mounx says he will build a new
road to the coast F. H. Clark»-, pres
Ident of tb<- Boise and Coos Bay road,
«aid at Roie-burg yesterday that work
would begin by September 1st. Th»-
road Is projected to run through
LAIE ORMiDN DINP.ATCHEK
The beginning of a big project for
developing the Hand Hollow dry land
country was started Saturday in th»
transfer of E. G. Wilson's J. I. Case
traction engine to that section, to
be used in drilling for artesian water.
It is believed that a good supply of
water can be had at a moderate depth
In that section, and if secured it
means a big development for the sec-
Commissioner Cannon of Portland
has released Miss Mabe] Lake, the
Hood River young woman who re
fused to tell the census enumeratoi
her age and was arrested
Senator Chamberlain has got his
bill for the relief of the Siletz Re
serve entrymen through the public
i.how proper Intentions will b» given
L. D. McKinney, promoter of th«-
Eugene Coos Bay road, is ready to
l.ulld. Eugene and Coos Bay people
are helping him.
Th«- Oliver revival meetings Ir.
Medford, in which th«- evangelist at-
t-rcked th»- mayor and council, closed
on Sunday. They were not a success.
Oliver exhorted his h«-arers to "shell
out, you stingy scalawags.”
The- «-anal in Drew's valley, th«
Jake Shank and Erme lioaley were Lakeview road, is working 200 men.
The Burney company has the contract
in ftie city Friday from Merrill.
to finish th«- dam, and Engineer Rice
promises that Goos«- Lake valley will
have irrigation by next spring.
WH NG EGYPTIANS RAP TEDDY
United Press Aseociation.
GENEVA, Switzerland, June 4.—
The Young Egyptian committee’s
headquarters here today issued a
statement condemning Colonel Roose
velt's Guild hall speech as "an insult
to the civilized world."
ARMY TRANSPORT SINK
MANILA, P. I., June 2.—The army
transport Indianapolis was sunk in
twenty fathoms ot water eleven miles
< utslde Corregidor island yesterday.
She struck a log. All of her crew
were saved in lifeboats.
BLAMES NEWSPAPERS FOR UNREST BRING PRESSURE ON THE PRESIDENT
l*IO>vlDI.N I NAYS THE I’ROGIIENK AND OPPOSITION TO RATE
MADI IS RIAL, NE7A ERTHEI-SK
CREASE IS LINING I P
PREDICES JOHNSON WILL UY DOWN
Notice for Publication.
(Not Coal I^ands)
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office at Lakeview,
I vcr ulHe Kriya Our Pn*sent System IliiilHuy Equipment Maiiufa« tur»-«* in < ALIFORNIA GOVERNOR GIVES
Oregon, May 10, 1910.
|s Nelf-Artisg—Far-Highted Are
Twenty-Five states To Hold a
Notice is hereby given that Eliza
Rowurded; fatzy Fall Behind
M. Quimby, of Klamath Falls. Oregon.
> who, on February 2, 1904, made
“Jeffrie* Figtit Is Ki nip! y a Scheme to homestead application No.3207, aerial
No 01178, for SW >4 SE >4. SE*4
United Press Service.
Make Money Out of t redulou--
i United Press Association.
SW% section 9, township 40 S, range
ADA. Ohio, June 3 —Addressing
9 E, Willamette Meridian, has filed
NEW YORK, June 4. - Following
ilo gru«luat«-s of the Ohio Normal
; notice of intention to make final five
I the threat of the railroads yesterday
: year proof, to establish claim to the
I'niva rslty, Presidimi Taft said this
that improvements would be stopped
: land above described, before C. R.
United Press Service.
• De Lap. county clerk, at Klamath
and thousands of men discharged, the
it Is ini|»ossible to expect that the
great interest« on both sides are lin- 1 CHICAGO. III., June 2.—Governor \ Falls, Oregon, on the 30th day of
enormous trade growth of the past
ing up in the railroad rate increase J. N. Gillette of California, in di»-1 Jane.
Claimant names ..s witnesses, Wal
«1» < ade in the United States shall con
tight A big meeting of railroad mau-
ter Folson, A. Kershner. John Koon’.z
tinue In the same proportion, and it
1 agera is scheduled here for Wednes-, him stating that the Jeffries fight is and Shannon Booth, all of Klamath
Is natural to «up|»ose that within a
|day. Manufacturers of railway equip a "frame up,” said today:
«I» «-ad«- there will be some reaction, or
ARTHUR W ORTON,
ment in twenty-five states are to con-
le t haps a financial panic. N'everthe-
i slder plans for aiding the railroads to want to have anything to do with
less, the progress made is real and
III A K THE .1 Al KMß II AM II
I prevent cancellation orders for equip-
RELINQUISHMENT FOR SALE
substantial. In spite of the standard
' inent. It is believed that pressure Is ‘ them. The Jeffries-Johnson fight is
160 acres of land near railroad,
E. Brown of Portlund has purchai» set by some of the most successful
planned to Influence President Taft to simply a scheme to make a lot of
ed the runch belonging to Ada L. newspapers in their lack of truth, compel Attorney General Wickersham money out of the credulity of the pub cabin and barn, for >300. Running
stream. I have about eight home-
Kinney at (Menu, better known ax coarscnexH and unfair criticisms.
to withdraw the injunction suits filed lic. Anybody with the least sense ! steads, level and good running water.
Mr Brown Dcnouaces Nocialixni.
I IIINKNE I PRIMING IK Assi MINI.
at Hannibal. Mo. Chambers of Com-' , knows that the whites won't allow- For particulars write to
The president denounced social merce of cities within 750 miles of' Johnson or any other negtv» to win
HERIOl K PROPORTIONS
I has been looking over the country
for some time, and Is well satisfied ism, saying: “Its success in govern
New York are combining to fight an the world’s championship. Johnson
with the 132 acres he now has In the ment would mean the substitution of
C rescent , O regon
Hx- I prising I« Ik-axning Distill» II) Klninath country. The trade was the tyranny of n governing commit ' methods
I down for money.”
GOOD SEED RTE
made between the parties direct
tee in the distribution of theoretical
Antl-Forcigii awl Not Anti-
rewards Instead of a self-acting sys-
■ Must 8ee the Figtit First.
400 bushels of good seed rye for
tern In which the industrious^ the
SAN FRANCISCO, June 3—Dis sale, >1.75 per hundred at ranch.
prudent and the far-sighted are ro-
trict Attorney Fickert says he must 2-3-tf
JOHN DE PUT.
( nltcd 1‘rexx AnMM-iatloti
warded, whlle the lazy and inatten-
see the fight in order to determine
Hopkins Ranch, near Midland.
PEKIN. Chinn. June 4
tire fall behind.”
IIOOKEVELTS “DO VOI R DI TV whether it is actually a prize fight or
from Hunan. Klang Hu und Child
There were 27.000 people in the
a sparring match under the law.
KPEECH” NOT APPRECIATED
A FFAV BARGAINS.
provinces Indicate that a n.-petition of
gathering which heard Taft's speech.
Five lots, slgn.,y location, >1500.
the Boxer uprising on a larger scule I-«
Governor Gillette further charac Can loan >750 cn the deal.
Prince Chun, regent ad
Ixindou <>ra|rfiic Kays “Even Kocrnt«**
A nice cottage w'.tb bath, large
prize fights as "hippodromes
viser, is planning to check any out Prunk .loliiioon p|<*a«l* t.iiilty to As
AA' m Poisoned for (living Too
sault and lino III« Wag»-* Short
>1700. A good buy.
break before foreign intervention be-
ened by M2A anil Cost*
A large residence, fire lot. >3500.
ly stop the Jeffries fight if he could,
comes necessary. The uprising is lie
I'nited Press Service
but, he added, "all sorts of frauds are
Three cottages on three lota. Room
«timing openly anti-foreign Instead of
DOVER. England. Juue 2—Charles
allowed in this world and nobody has • ncugh for another cottage; >225>
-nil dynastic, and foreigner« are flee
Andrew Erbfcxon, sub-coutruc tut Stewart Rolles, the English aviator,
any power to stop them.”
MASON A SLOUGH.
ing to the Interior from the coast
on the railroad grading neat Modoc flew across the Engllsh'Vhannel from ’ ixh “the big stick" here, seemingly.
"Sometimes a man’s public views
< Itiex. consul« at Pekin, Nankin and
Point, came to blows with Frank Ikrver to Calais this afternoon.
other cities ndvlMing such action Th<>
Roosevelt's alleged breach of hospi don't agree with his private views.”
Johnxon. one of his teamster« yeater-
Rolles established a new world's
Gillette went on to say. “and now that
American minister. AA' .1 Calhoun, Is
day. over a dispute concerning w ages. record by flying from England to tality in criticising England's rule in my private views have become public
The worst xltuu-
end swore out a win rant last night France and returning on the same
I don't care a continental what any
ilon lx at Nankin, where the feeling Is
for both Johnson and hlx son-in-law. Journey. H< rested a short time on silent, but the papers are bitter,
thinks. Johnson is no fool. He
Th«- chlneia' government 1«
The London morning
Charles Barron, « barging assault and , the Calais side and returned to Dover
knows he would have to whip every
hastening loviil troops there, fearing
at 8 tonight The air was very clear,
that th«- agitators will take advantage
Standard; "A social crime and white man at the ringside if he won.
Sheriff Barnes and Deputy Sheriff and » p<-< tutors on the cliffs at Dover
of th« opening <>f th«- Nankin exposl-
rebuk« from an alien He would no more think of trying to
Schallock «rent up to Bartell Springs - witnessed the entire journey both
knock Jeffries out than of trying to
lon tomorrow to start hostilities.
Wednesday by auto and brought I ways The dUtanc«* is 26 miles
stop the lightning bolt. When Jef
Foreign legations have been Informed
back the men, who were released on
fries wins every white man in the
that additional warships will protect
: brusque, blunt admonition."
THE GUN STORE
their own recognizanc«»«, and tri«»d in
will be told the white race
Graphic: "Even Socrates was pois
Justice Millet's court this morning
has demonstrated its physical suprem
oned for giving too much advice."
Johnson pleaded guilt» to assault on
A patty of land seekers from Cali
Times: “Roosevelt should not be
I-.» t ickson. and was hned >25 an l
fornia, consisting of G. I. Rogers and surprised should unpleasant ntanifes- without sense will rejoice in the vic
costs, tlie money to be held out of his
family. Joseph Albert, Odd A’estal and 1 tatlons occur, due to the aensitivenes tory. Then, after vindicating the con
month's pay of some >7.'» by Erickson*.
fidence placed in himself Jeffries will
Chas Kidder, drove through Klamath caused hv his criticism."
The charge against Barron was dis
retire.' and Johnson will again make ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦oooooeeoooooooo
Falls Thursday in prairie schooners
more money out of the credulous Q
en rote to their homes in Kall River, talk was "muddled and boyish.”
Erickson anti Johnson's trouble
Colonel Roosevelt is apparently un
< > A Now Fast and
wax over pay for Johnson's homes on
The party has been on the road affected by his evident unpopularity ,
,1.1 Anderson mid II. D. Poatlelliwniti* th«- grading work. Johnson claims since April 18th, taking in North
< > Now Slow Watch
and was in n jovial mood today at United Press Service.
An- Being Allied by Committee
western Nevada and Eastern Oregon the luncheon given in his honor by
Governor Gillette's stand against
law a thief, whereupon he «truck the
of Business Men
on the trip. Mr. Rogers was in this the Irish members of parliament.
the big fight is believed here to be < < > > or Clock
<■ 'ntrnctor a blow In the face. Then
city four years ago, and expressed
they took to throwing rocks at each
is receiving hundreds of messages « > Is sometimes
Another new hotel project ix being, other, lint there wax no testimony ax himself as greatly surprised at the
only an annoy-
Many insist that Roosevelt grossly
growth of the town.
letters daily from all parts of the < > ance,
But sometimes it's
<-onxlder«'d In this city.
to the quality of their marksmanship.
violated diplomatic propriety in his
< • worse
world, urging him to interfere.
than that—an actual
J. I. Anderson and B. I). Postle- Etickson phoned for the sheriff and
speech at the Guild hall, comparing
PRESKED A RITTON; 17 Dll-
The church organizations are par i > loss of time and money.
ihwaltc, two experienced hotel men then came down nn«l «wore out the
the incident to that of 1S80, when ticularly active in the East and Mid- i
of Portland, are here with a view of i wnrrants.
President Cleveland dismissed the
United Press Service.
die West, while the Pacific Coast '
We are forevet reminding
securing the co-operation of local |
SALT LAKE, Utah. June 2.—J. British ambassador, Lord Sackville church people are waiting to bombard < « you people that you don't have
< apitnl In building it commercial hotel < «»I M A CGI IlT TO
McOntiro, a powder man. aged 2 4. West, for advising Americans to vote him with delegations when he re < > to put up with these things.
on the Hamaker lot recently exca-1
Diplomats and En
FILL TIIE A A< AN« A i nd seven Austrians, seven Italians for Cleveland.
vated on .Main street, lietween Second
and two Japnnese were killed today glish officialdom is discretely silent.
All the time we keep saying:
an<l Third streets.
Tlie state law provides that the va-1 at th«» Devil's Slide cement works,
Here is the right place to -ret
Mil 1SAILLE JANITOR M1SS1M.
A canvas Is being made by several I cancy In the «»ffico of county commis nenr Morgan, by a premature explo
the right sort of repairing.”
buxlnexs men interexted in aiding Ì sioner created by the death of Cont- sion of 400 kegs of powder at a moun
United Press Service.
i hem, About >35,000 Is needed for niisisoner Albert Walker shall be tain slide. The cement plant, half a
Why don't you leave the
LOUISVILLE. June 2. Suspicion I
source of your time troubles
the construction and fttrnlxhing of l!lle«l by appointment by th«* ronmin- title distant, was wrecked. It is be
Cloudealey Johns, who will be one points to Joe Wendling, the missing 1
I ing members of the county court. lleved some Irresponsible worker of the speakers at the Oregon-Cali Janitor of the school where Alma Kel- I
Commissioner Walker’s term would pressed the button and caused the ex fornia socialist encampment to be ner's body was found, as her mur
If a clock, we'll call for it.
liave expired In January next, In any plosion. Many others were injured, held In this city June 27 to July 4, derer. Wendling left his position 1
Ol NTA HOLM
»'S CHICKEN RECORD case, so his successor will serve only and fragments of bodi«»s were blown will serve as press agent for the meet without notice in January. His wife
Trifling expense, most likely.
until the office I h filled by regular hundreds of feet.
ings. Johns is a newspaper man and has been arrested following the find
lleiiuirknble |M-i-f<>rtiuiiice of One of election next November
magazine writer well known In New ing of a gold pin in her trunk identi
I 'olonel Ixitlirop's Chickens
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barrett of Ash York, San Francisco and I<os An fied as Alma's. The police don’t think
Argentina has prohibited the im- land visited in Scott Valley and as geles.
Mrs. AVendling had anything to do
Colonel Lathrop, who is building l < rtntion of cooking utensils that far down the Klamath river as Happy
At the encampment he will deliver with the murder, but she admits she
up a poultry farm In this county, is n-ay be Injurious tj henith by reason Camp laBt week. They were delight an address which he calls “My Job.” washed bloodstains from her hus
the owner of a chicken which 1s be- ot ti e lead contained in them
ed with their trip. Yreka Journal This, he informs us. is not a descrip- band'« clothes.
ERICKSON »ND TEAMSTER IN FIGHT
EHE COLONEL IS UN0ISTUR8E0 BY IE