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respectful to your superiors, always
Honduran capital, who also confirms
glvisyour wife your pity envelope."
I the press reports that Valladares has
Partis« wishing sagebrush laud
This advice was Intended for Chi clears«, call on or writs,
I <>ff» r«*d to surrender. President Da
eugo policemen. Figuratively inter
vila has dlr«*cted Valladares to turn
W W MASTEN.
preted It could very well bo taken by
THOHK IN YELLOWSTONE PARK over the command of the affairs at MECI RES CONTROL OF MALAY
Klamath Falls, ora
about 999 out of every 1,000 liilinli
Atnapala to a successor, who will soon
ARE A NUISANCE
it ante of the globe.
Valladares then will leave the coun-1
I want two or four borse* for farm
Their Territory in the Far East In- rii»»ii*ai>«l* of ('ara Will B»' Xi<'»'<l«'«l—| WANTED Tcti Iona of serup cast
Several Persons Have Been Injured try In exile.
In exchunge for their winter'»
Big Ih'iiutiiil for l‘r«Hlu«'<N <>f ,
eludes 5,000,000 Acre* of
Trying to Drive I'hem Away
II G FAIlit Lit.
Bling what you have. Price 1 cent
I cording to Mr. McCreery. 150 of Vai- .
Our On hiinl'.
ladan*s' following having laid down
their arms last Saturday. These arms
are being guard cd by sailors froth the
BT. PAUL. Minn. Nov 17 Thein
WASHINGTON. I). C„ Nov, 18.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. IS.
Tame bears are almost as dangerous German warship Bremen, the com- An enterprise that bears all the ear j creasing production of upplea Iu the WANTED Good I ti-lnch stove
juniper preferred. Unii on
to have around the house as wild grii- mander of which apparently is acting marks of a venture by th® rubber Northwest has furnished a problem
Republican office, I
trust is the theme of a report made by , which the great railway systems cen
sites, according to the annual report
Concrete Rctnliiiug Uull>
street, opposite courthouse
of the acting superintendent of Yel The town of Atnapala is quiet and United States Consul James T. Du- tering In St. Paul Mill have to solve.
I><.*lgii<.«l and < Oli»tru<t«*d
Despite the fad that thousands of IREGINI’EREI» lltHJslKIXN
lowstone Park, Major H. C. Benson, well protect'd by the foreign sailors. Bols, at Singapore.
Foi> 117 Fourth HL, Klamath Fulls, Or»
The landing of Amerieau blue
"A big rubber company," ho any». ,,cw trees have b«M*n planted mid the
of the Fifth Cavalry, made public to
8 2 Second St . Run Finnchuu, Cu!
jackets at Amaiutla was precipitated urguulzed by American capital and 1909 crop of apples In the Yitkinut
i hav» aome fin« young reglatereu
day. In part Benson says:
"Many complaints were received ' by a drunken officer of the revolu now partially owned by English cap Valley. Washington. the Bitter Boot llolsteln bull» for »ale, A I stock »lui
M F. LCKIHELEY, Ft
E. L. ELLIOTT
during the summer of damages in tionary forces shooting a telegrapher italists. has secured tapplug rights, Valley. Montana, th» Wenatchee dls- Klamath, Oregon.
over all of the government forest re-' trict on the Great Northern in Ore-
ATTORNEY AT LAW
various camps by bears They fre
1 FFW II3RGAINR
serves tn the Federated Malay State» S‘”> »nd the xarlous appio districts In
quently beconm so tame that they do ance.
General Law practice Hints mid F'.-d
Ulve Iota, slgn ,y location, I I !»•••
"The territory includes about 5.- Idaho is the largest for several years,
not hesitate to destroy tents or go
, 000.000 acre», and the company has the demand for apples and the now I '.'an loan *750 « n th«> dna!
through windows into houses to se
Evainllirt of Lund Title»
cure food, and sometimes they retuse MAY REDUCED FISHING IICENSE FEE obtained the right to tap all jelatong, markets opened In all parts of th« . A nice cottage w!th batti
First National Bank Hlo«k
A M'iod tm
I trees on this wide nrea for a period ¡ world will take every appi«' raised
even to be driven away.
A large resld««nce. fi - •* lui » • '•
i of ten years, with a renewal privilege!
"One mar working iu a camp near
Our Apple* ut a Premium
i for seven years more. This com pan' 1
Three cottages on three lots lt<M>n
Excelsior Geyser, was quite severely
It is th« getting of these apples to
holds also large rights In South Bor market with which the railroads ar« » ncugn fur another cotta»»» HIM
bitten and scratched by a bear that he
neo. iu Sarawak, and In ^he Karlmon concerned. Amerlcitu apples are al
MARON 4 HI.Ol'Gi'
tried to drive away from the supply
Islands. They turned out 335,000 ways at u premium In Europe. Fur
tent during the night. He was con-
Klamath I alls, Oregon
lined to the hospital for twelve days O| m ' ii ««'».sou lor Fisliing to Ik' i roto pounds of jelatong last year, aud real away Egyptians have taken to the
Over Star I »rug Store
ised for their recent stiles *1.25 per! fruit, and'want all they can get of it.
May 15th to February 15th—
as a result of his injuries, and his
companions who ran to his assistance
Australia, on th«' other »Id«' of the
In Klamath County
On the Karimon Islands, situated globe, has a growlug app«'tlte for this
C. C. BROWER
also received some scratches. It was
Land Office. Washington, D
a short distance south of Singapore, country's apple». In oui own country
thought that it would become ueces-
September 19. 1919.
Au enthusiastic meeting ot the the Company Is erecting n *300,000 where the apple Is regarded as the
sar.v to kill some of these vicious
COUNSELOR AT LAW
bears, and many requests to do so Klamath County Rod aud Gun club factory in addition to the large one most health-giving of fruits, th. de-
KLAMATH E Al l>. OREGON
were received from parties who suf- I was held in the courthouse Thursday now in operation In Sarawak. This < mand la increasing, and thtts the tall- acting secretary of th« Interior has
fered from their depredations, but I night, und matters relative to th«* ¡factory will handle all the jelatong re- roads tlml thcmselv« facing tin- prob- vncatiMl '!■ .'irtnp'iiinl order of with ROOMS 7 * 6 MUROOCK BLO
fur nx th«' sunn- affects
hunting und fishing in this county celved from the concessions outside i. m of transporting the fruit,
this was not resorted to.
th«> wlthdiitwai for Irrigation pur
WILL A. LEONARD
of Sarawak. It is claimed that earl'
Need Ntoruge Houses
"A herd of twenty-nine wild buf were brought up.
Measures advocating the changing in 1911, wheu the mills will be in full
One of the new Ideas to be auggest- poses undci the net of Jun« 17. 1902
falo wks seen in Pelican Valley on
February 23d last, and a small herd of the opeu season for fishing so that opeiation, they can produce 6,000.- «d by President Elliott Is the « r<>« tlon (32 Slut . 388), for u»c in connec
\\ hiU'-.Miuhlu* Hid*;
of five was seen on Cache Creek on angling will be lawful in ail waters in 000 pounds of jelatong gum. 10,000,- in the great fiiodiiciug districts of ap tion with the Kinmath project. Ore
February 3d. One bull died during Klamath county from May 15th to 000 pounds in 1912 and 12.000,000 ple storage houses. He will recom gon. of th« following described land»
the winter in the vicinity of Yellow February 15th will be drawn up aud in 1913. These are estimates made mend that the apples. Instead of being In th« stni« of Oregon, nml by his
OR C. P. MASON
by those interested in this great en picked from the tr»'«« and rushed to authority such of »ahi truits n-> have
stone Lake, and its skeleton and hide presented to the legislature.
An effort will be made to have the terprise which promises to ntonopo- th» cars, be placed In these storage
were, sent to the National museum,
O'i.. « in American Bank « trust Co
laws so amended that salmon may be lixe the jelatong market.”
Washington, as specimens.
houses, where they will b«> pro-cooled.
The dominating interest of thei It has been found that pre-cooled ap served <>r appropriated, will be aub-
"Moose are frequently secu in the taken by any means except explosives,
PHONE 81 4
southern and also in the southeastern use of poisonous substances and nets. Americans in the concession is in ples keep better anti ti«st<- better je«'t to »«tt lenient under th«« public
A change in the license laws so that dicated by the fact that of last year's than those that ate cooled In the re- luml lunr of the United Htat«*« on and
parts of the park, and are believed to
after tk'ccmber 12. 1910. also to In
the non-resident license for citizens shipments 12.824 tons came to the ¡rigerator cars while In transit.
be increasing in number.
demnity school luml selection a» well,
"The estimated number of elk in of the United States be the same as United States. 1.009 to Great Britain
BENSON A. STONE
Bring (letter I‘rice
but sliull not be subject to entry.
the park is from 30,000 to 40.000. residents of Oregon, *1. and also to and 5,093 to continental Europ«*.
There are other advantages In this filing. or other »«•|«*ctlon until
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Many of these elk wander out of the have some one person iu each com
. plan of storing the apples near the January II, 191 1. at the United
park into adjoining states, and a few munity who will be accessible after
orchards in which they arc grown. It State» Lund otll ■e at Lakeview,
and Tru.nl Hhlg
of them are killed during the season. the county clerk’s office is closed,
An occasional one may also be killed have the privilege of issuing licenses, HE WAS SICK ONLY » FEW DAYS grower will be able to get a better Oregon, warning being «xpressly KLAMATH F alls - OREGON
given that no person will be lier-
inside the border of the park, but that person to give a suitable bond.
I price for his product by holding It milted to gain or exercise nny right
such poaching is very limited.
As it is now persons arriving on the K. K. LEAVITT slt't'lVlILS To and shipping when market conditions
whatever under nny settlement or oc R
"Deer and antelope are still numer Saturday night train cannot secure
are improved. The grower also will cupation I 'gun after September 13,
ous in the park, although during the the right to fish until the following
have more time for handling hla crop, ‘ 1910. and prior to l»ec<'mber 12, United States Commissioner
winter many antelope escape from the Monday morning, and thus lose time
and will not have to rush it to the 1910, all such settlement or occupa
boundary. Both the blacktailed, or which would be valuable to them.
TIMBER ANI» HOMESTEAD
l*a»*«*<l Iway al Oroville, < alii., La*t trains.
tion being forbidden:
mule deer, and the whitetalled or Vir
Making the bag limit of quail fif
The apple production In th«' Yuki-
Night—Busin«*»» to Be Con
U lllnmrtte Principal .Merklian.
ginia deer, are found in the park, j teen instead of ten in a week, and
Office, Third and Main, opposite City
About 800 of the blacktailed and 100 ' they to be killed in one day if de
3.200 cars, und It has been estimated
of the whitetailed were fed during the sired, will also be secured if possible.
that the establishment of n«w or sw '* . sw \ HOC.
In view of the fact that tho pres
Last Wednesday at 11 p. m., E K chards In this district alone will nx-aa sec. L’::. S’.v
SW'« 4 HE',
"The herd of tame buffalo under ent law is faulty in placing the en
Ix-avitt, on» of the latest men to en- the production of 15.000 carload» at SH NEH . N‘4 HE»;. SE'4 SE«4 »cc.
Gun i» Indtcat
fence in the park continues to thrive, forcement of th»* fish law relating to
••d Iu al) ordl
gage in trade here, but who came
28; 8H NE%, H’t» NW', sec. 31;
and the increase is satisfactory. The screens in the hands of officers who
nary dlaraaea of
her«* with a reputation that gained the other district» will be proportion 8W'4, SW'. SEU »cc. 32: WH
herd now numbers 121 head, of which have not been provided with sufficient
hint the esteem of the business com-1 ately large.
twenty-eight are this year's calves. deputies to enforce the law. the fol
munity, passed away at Oroville.
NWH. «WH s«»c. 8«.
din ip,'olnt:,, IU
Probably 6,000 tourists visited this lowing resolution was introduced by
The Northern Pacific railway has
Calif., from pneumonia, after an ill
g ■ ' effects I«'
Township 37 south. Range 7 ea-t,
herd during the summer, it being one Game Warden L. Alva Lewis:
found It necessary to run solid refrig
of the main features of the stop at
“Whereas, The present law com
from the very
The following telegram was re- j erator trains of thirty-five car» each «ec. 1; NEH NEU. SH NEU NEU
.Mammoth Hot Springs."
first. It U com
pelling the screening of irrigating
on a 91-hous schedule from points In
posed of tl.s
The grand total of visitors in the ditches is not effective, as legal
the Yakima Valley to St. Paul, which
purest and the
season of 1910 is given approximately |screens with half-inch mesh allow the Monarch Cash Store, which Mr. is almost pasenger train speed. It Is NWU NEU m e 3; 8EU BEU sec.
as 19,575. Ten small fires were dis- millions of young trout to pass ix-avitt purchased a short time ago: doubtful If any railroad in the coun 4; SEU NEU. Wli NEU. NWU.
<®vered, but they were extinguished through and out onto the irrigated
U sec 24; WH
•nd ot her bar
by the pary patrols and soldiers dur lands, causing an annual loss that is night at 11 o’clock. Funeral Sunday can be used for the hauling of a sin NWU. WH
at Yreka. Business arranged to con
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rufiil trug« be
ing the summer.
injurious to one of our most valuable
gle commodity at u certain tint«* in
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resources, and it appearing that the
The man) die
Jiir. Leavitt began business here j the year. It is to avoid meeting such REU aec 38.
CONVICTED OF MAI.I4TOI H
only way this waste can be prevented
com urllng la
October 27th, having purcha»«*d th ■ an emergency that Mr. Elliott will
Township 37 south. Rang»' S east,
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY i» by compelling the owners of irri
dry goods stock of the Monarch »tore.! recommend that the apple grower WH SWU »e« «; HWU NEU.
gating ditches to put in at the intake
and had every prospect of a splendid
NWU. SH »ec. 7; HW'* SW •,
Two .Men Get Si» Month* in Jail
ship it as the demand comes. Instead
’rotary screens, which are so construct trade. He left here last Tuesday for i of rushing the whole crop to the East, 8; NH NEU. NWU wc 18
Placing Steel Eiling* in the
tier her liable
Township 38 noti th, Runge 8
San Francisco. He was taken Hl on
ed as to be self-cleaning from float
to many functional disorder» the
Hearings of Machinery
the way back home, and got off th«,
WH 8WU »ec. 6; W'4 MWH
not only tend to destroy her comfor*
ing debris, and,
to the advantage of the jobber.
7; SEH NEU. WH NE'.,
»nd hoppine»», but which gradually
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 18.—P. E. I “Whereas, The present law making a physician. He thought that he was 1 Grain, alfalfa and sugar beet pro NWU «ec 8; NEU. NEU SWU. merge Into chronic and serious dl*
Sweeney and W. G. Owens, former it the duty of the master fish warden
i only suffering with a cold, but he I duction In the great Northwest 1» also SE % sie. »; 8% NW K . 8W U . HE H eases.
employes of the Missouri Pacific to see that the screening law is en-
Nyal'a Vegetable Prescription I»
gradually became worse, and died | increasing, and the railroad» must SEU. WH 8EU «ec 10; RH NEU. without
a peer for the HitccMsfiri
-hops here, were convicted and sen- forced is practically inoperative as
last night at 11 o'clock. He was a
SEU NWU. SEH »•« 12: NEU treat mnet of female weak ne»«, pain
fenced to six months in jail on a the master fish warden has no depu-
member of the Elks' lodge at Ashland,
NEU »ec 13; NEU NEU. W'n fill and disordered menstrutatlon
charge of malicious destruction of ties in many sections of the state to
and that order will have charge of ( this increaaed production is beyond NEU. NWU «ec. 15: NEU NEU hysteria, cramp»,
property. They issued sworn conies- compel the observance of the law;
the funeral. He became conscious the power of man to estimate, and ««*<■ 16; SWU NWU. 8W H, HWU pain»," Inflammation and falling of
Thia 1» a remedy of
grave charges be it
toward the last, and retained his [ F’resldent Elliott will urge upon the SEU nee. 18; NEU. NEU REU »ec nterllag
against high officials of the machin-
“Resolved, By the Klamath County | senses long enough to arrange hi« ' apple grower» that It will be to their
19: 8WM 8WU »«c 20; NWU
i»ts union. The men pleaded guilty ! Rod and Gun club that authority to | business affairs.
advantage to help the railroads to SWU. SH HWU f’c. 23; SH HWU
to placing steel filings and emery duBt compel the ditch owners to put in
Mr. Leavitt was 61 years of age. j solve the great problem that con- »ec. 25; NWH NEU. HH NEU,
Cor. 7th and Main Htreeta
in the bearing» of locomotives and rotary screen« be given all officers and for the past eleven yearn previous j fronts them.
NWU. SH »ec 26; EH HEU «ec.27; Klamath Fall» .... Oregon
machinery in the shops at the instiga charged with the enforcement of the to his coming here was a member of
¡NWU HWU. SH SWUSWU HEU
tion of the leaders of the striking ma- game law« where in the opinion of' the firm of Pollock & Leavitt, general A POLK EMAN WHO RE-
»ec. 28; HEU NEU. WH NEU. EH
such officer a rotary screen is prac-'
merchant« of Yreka. He leave« a
TIRED WITH »iWO.OtM» NWU, NWU NWU, SEU HEU,
tic-able. Be it further
widow and two children, a daughter,
NH SEU and lot» 2. 3 and 4, «oc. 29.
“Resolved, That a copy of these re»-1
Gertrude Leavitt, who is in lx>s An
Township 37 »outh, Range 9 east,
THE AMA I J’A REVOLT
Anton Klinger, the Chicago police
olution« be »ent to the following offi- ‘
COMES TO AN ENO
geles, and a son, who resides in San man, who has just retired after forty NE U . NE U N W U , N H HE U . HE U
cer«: The governor of the state of
year» of service with a snug fortune SEH »ec 6; EH NEU. EH HEU
\ alIadares Implores Amerit'wu Com Oregon, the president of the senate
The business which Mr. Leavitt of *300,000 to keep him company in »ec. 7; all of section 19; NH NEU.
and »peaker of the house of represen
mander to Save Him From
purchased here, the Monarch Cash his old age, naturally falls under sus NH NW'i. SEU NWU, EH SEU
tative» of the state of Oregon, the,
His Own People
8tore. will be conducted as had been picion, being a Chicago policeman, »ec. 30; EH NEU, SEH SWU. I
state game warden and the master
intended when Mr. Ix*avitt purchas«'d of all cities In th«1 world, »ays the NE U SE U . 8 H SE U «ec. 31.
ELLSWORTH & MITCHELL
fish warden of the state of Oregon, the stock
Town«hlp 38 «outh, range 9 ea«t,
WASHINGTON. Nov. 18. -Closing
Baltimore News. It seems, however,
and a copy to the senator and each of
days of the little revolution in Hon
that Klinger didn't get bls money by N H . NE U SWU. RE U »ec. 6 ; NE U .
the representatives to the Oregon leg- ,
Met Hi» Man
duras initiated by General Jose Val
'the methods popularly believed to be 8H ««tc. 7; NEU. EH NWH. NH
Office CrlE*L*r*Htlltn Bidhliuff
Guy Merrill started for Lakeview i in use among any blue-coated knights HEU. HEU HEU »ec. 18; EH NEU.
ladares on the Island of Atnapala are
PROBIEN FOR RAILROADS
TANE BEARS ARE DANGEROUS
H. H. SEARS
< haracterized by something of an op
era bouffe air.
The valiant general who a week
Lady customer—I'd like to get a
ago was truculently threatening ev pair of pinchers.
erything American on the island has
Floorwalker — Shoe department,
been obliged to implore Captain An , two door» to the right, madam.—Bo»-
derson of the United States gunboat ! ton Transcript.
Yorktown to protect him from bis
own jieople, and the naval officer, for I
Cause and Effect
getting all that has gone before, has
-I’ve got an—aw—beastly
placed a guard of American blue
jackets around th«' house of the rebel headache thin mawning, doncher
Hattie—What caused It?
This Information comes to the state
Harold—A howid thought, stwuck
department from United States Min
ister McCreery. at Tegucigalpa, the me last night.
Thursday, where he had some busi i
ness he wished to transact. He did
not go that far, however, for when
the auto In which he wan riding got
near Dairy he fortunately met the j
man he was going to nee, and they
returned to this city. It saved Guy
a long cold ride.
Visitor Front Iowa
Rev. George T. Pratt, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, 1» enjoying a
visit from his brother. Dr. D. W.
Pratt, and wife of Burt, Iowa, who
arrived here Thursday night They
will remain for a week or ten days
who lay by a »tack of simoleon» for a
rainy day. Klinger explain» It thia
"I had (500 when I joined the
force, and got *65 a month at the
»tart. Every payday I turned iny
money over to my wife. She and I
sewed for tailor shop» evening».
When we had saved our first *1,000
w«> put ft Into real estate. We have
been saving and buying real estat«'
and selling it ever since."
Klinger'« rule of life is a* remark
ably simple bit of wisdom. He nays:
"Keep out of saloons, never gamble,
never report late for duly, always ho
HEU «ec. 19;all of section« 2 8 and
2»; EH NEU. HH HWU ««c 30; I
WH NEU. NWU. SH »ec. 31; NH
NEU. NEU NWU »ec. 32; NH
NEU. NWU »ec. 33; NEU. HEU
NW U . N H NW U . N H HE U . SE U
SEU «ec. 34; all of «action» 35 nnd
Town»hlp 40 «outh, Rang« II ea«t,
EH NEU. NH SEU »ec. 21.
Conimlsnion«*r ot the Donerai Land
First Assintant Secretary of the In