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r«<sp«>ctfui to your superiors, always
Row, November 17, 1910, a son
nd STATUES OF FOREIGN HKROEH
ADORN WASHINGTON PARKH
give your wife your pay envelope.”
Lossen is wearing tbe smile that
Parties wishing sagebrush >aad
Thia advice was intended for Chl-
won't come off.
call on or write,
Men Who Aided in the Baltic« of the
cago policemen. Figuratively Inter
W W MASTEN,
Revolution Are Rente mitered
preted It could very well bo taken by
A social dance was given at the
about 999 out of every 1,000 Inhab
by Grateful Nation
home of Niel Webbers, Thursday
itant« of the globe.
night as a farewell party to .Mr. Mor
WA8H1NGTON, D. C. Nov. 26.—
eys, and all report having a fine time.
I want two or four horses tor farm
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Thr«««» corners of tafayette Park,
WANTED Ten tons of trrap cast
Iron. In largo or small quantities work in exchange for their winter'«
PLEDGE OVER 81, JOO TO FURNISH
Joseph Taylors were visiting in Poe across Pennsylvania avenue from the MILL« ADDITION IMPROVEMENT
II. G. FAI RUM),
Bring what you have
Price 1 cent keep.
Valley Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. Wbit«> House grounds, are adorned
with th«» statues of foreign hero««« of
por pound. Klamath Falls Iron
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th«> revolution, and soon th«» fourth
E. W. Roberts went to Olene Mon will afford standing room for th«» like
WANTED Good 16-inch stove wood,
ness of another warrior who crossed
day on business.
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juniper preferred. Call on W. E
th«» ocean to fight for )lb«»rty.
Comau, Ropubllcau office. Fourth
A statue of Lafayette, facing th«» J. W. Row* Is 8cl«*ct«*<i •« l*n*«id«*nt'
Earl Webber took Mr. Moreys to
Concfate R«*tainlug Wall»
Many New Mcmb«*r» Added to th«*
street, opposite courthouse.
Klamath Falls Friday, aud returned I treasury, has stood under the trees
iHwignrd and t'unatrac«r<l
Ro«U*r, Hix Coming in at the
for many years. It was unmarked
FOB 117 Fourth Ht , Klamath Falls, Ora
Part of th«* t'ity
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until half a dozen years ago, when a
83 Second St., Sau Francisco, Cal
Pearl McFall and Frank Morris delegation of distinguished French
1 have some fine young registered
were visitors at Olene Wednesday.
men cam«» over to help dedlcat«» a
Holstein bulla for sale, A l stock and
The members of Klamath Ltxigi*
A meeting was held at th«» resldeueu acclimated
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M. F LOO8E1.EY. Ft
statue of Rochambeau. Then Lafay
No. 137, I. O. O. F., are as enthusias
of Ben 8, Owens In th«* Mills addition Klamath, Oregon.
Alberta Graham, who sustained a ette's name* was hurri«*dly chiseled in
ATTORNEY AT LAW
tic a lot of Odd Fellows as there are
to Klamath Falls on Saturday even
A FFW BARGAINS
broken pelvis bone a short time ago. the pedestal.
General Law Practice Rtats and Fed
ing to perfect the organization of the
in the West, and when th«’ question of
is recovering rapidly. She will soon
Th«» dedication of Rochamb«*au's
Five lots, sign .« location, 11 • >•*
turniahing the hall, which they are to
new improvement un«l Industrial or
b«* able to ait up in b«*d.
statue was a graud affair. All the
Can loan 2730 rn the <*<*«l
Examiner of laind Title*
occupy in their new temple, now in
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big men of th«* government, th«» diplo
A nlco cottage wth baili
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First National Bank Block
course of erection, come up. they at
launched In that progreealve and rap
Lessen Ross and Jesse McFall went matic corps and a galaxy of th«* dis
a good <>u>
once d«»cided that nothing but the
idly growing section of our city.
to Klamath Falls Tuesday.
tinguished men of France lent their
A large rrald<»iu-e n •• l<n I
best should be procur«*d in the way oj
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preseuce. Th«» uniforms of th«* latter
Three cottages on three lots Boon
furniture. At th«* meeting Saturday
was decided on as u permanent dcslg
S. H. Griffith butchered some hogs were gorgeous creations, and were
night they called the roll of th«* lodge,
nation, and a constitution was adopt • ncugb for another cottage
ea|wclaily admired because they en
and over 21.200 was subscribed by
ed which provides for th«* «»ntertalu
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abled Washingtonians to se«< with th«*
Klamath lalle, Oregon
the members present to pay for th**
ment und social features as well as NOTICE OF RKHTOIIATION OF
Archie Roberts went to Olone Tues naked eye the glory of thus«« baggy.
furnishings, and there is no doubt
practical development along city Im
I’UBIJC UANDH TO HETTLF-
| scarlet trousers that ftar«* in pictures
but what the 22.000 which is to be ex
provement and development lines,
MENT AND ENTRY
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of Napol«*ons’ battle*«.
pended in furnishing th«* room will be
with an executive committoo of fiv»* Department of tho Interior, General
l’et«* Boer of Olene was compelled
Thaddeus Kosciuszko, th«* Polish
raised without any great effort.
members as well as the
lutnd Office. Washlngt«>n, D. c.,
to kill one of his fine hors«*» Saturday. ! patriot, took his martial stund ut the
Nearly 2500 of th«» amounts
cer to carry forward the
September 19, 1910.
as it was suffering from a broken leg. northeast corner of the park last sum
pledged was paid at Saturday's meet
Notlo* 1s hereby given that
mer. No expense was spared, even
ing. and a number of the visitors also
acting secretary of th«» Interior
| covered Btands being provided for th.*
showed the spirit of Odd Fellowship
president Arthur W. Sloper us vic«* vacated d«»partnivntal order of with ROOMS 7 A S. MURDOCK BLOG
| brief ceremony, and the plaudits of
by contributing as though they were
pr«»sld«»nt and Frank L. Applegate ns drawal In so fnr as the same affects
Mrs. Tallman's mother, Mrs. Story,' thousands acclaim«*d th«* unveiling
members of the local lodge.
Captain O. C. i the withdrawal for irrigation pur
, arrived on th«* train Sunday evening.
Now comes the statu«* of Baron von
WILL A. LEONARD
A class of six energetic young men and Mr. Smith took her to Mr. Barks'
Applegate and Ben 8. Ow»*ns were ■»!»- pose« under the act of June 17. 1903
Steubeu, th«* German drtllmaster.
was given the degrees in the lodge, farm Monday, where Mrs. Tallman
pointed as the additional members of (32 Stat., 388). for uso In conn«»c-
which will occupy a commanding po
and a number of applications are j lives. Mr. Story had a car of goods
the t-xecutive committee. A commit tlun with th« Klamath project. Ore
sition at the northwest corner of the
waiting to be acted on at the next , sent to Klamath Falls, and came
tee was appointed consisting of th. gon. of the following described lunda
pary, opposite the big. square brick
secretary treasurer und W. W. Mills In the state of Oregon, and by hia
' through on the freight train.
house that th«* people presented to
OR C. P. MASON
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and Lloyd Redfield to Interview the authority such of said tracts as have
The following officers were elected
Commodore lK*catur. With elaborate
for the ensuing term:
Austin Hooper and Louis Wampler .remonies
not been heretofore finally restormi
it will be unveiled on De-
row additions upon the purpos«»s of and are not otherwise withdrawn, re
came out to John H«x>pers Saturday c.jubvr
Jioble Grand—Percival Sholl.
Office in American Bank A Trust Com
President Taft, Secre
the organization and to securo mem served or appropriated, will be sub-
night, and succe«*ded in killing four|-
Vice Grand—M. R. Lee.
of the war department.
bership in it. The outlook Is good for j«*t to settlement under the public
Secretary—George L. Humphrey.
' Count Bernsdorff, the German ambas
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. a very effective and practical organ- land laws of tbe United States on anti
Treasurer—P. L. Fountain.
John Kelly has returned to school. Misourl. and the president of tbe Ger
Secretary George L. Humphrey and
after December 13. 1910, also to In
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exploitation aud improvement of their demnity school land sel«*ctlon as well,
Treasurer P. L. Fountain were unan
man-American National alliance will
BENSON & STONE
The Midland School’now has twen make address«*«. A choriw of 800 will own «»special section, will no doubt bi but shall not b<* subj«*«'t to entry,
imously re-elected to their respective
ty-five pupils in attendance. Three sing. All soldiers within «>osy reach
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
filing, or other »«elraHon
city and deeply Interested In its ph> January JI, 1911, at the United
After the business of the evening new pupils were received this week: of the ca-pital and many societies will
steal and moral upbuilding.
Htatra Ijind offic«» at Ijikcvlew,
was over the members and guests Irene, Cecil and Gifford Barfoot.
join in a parade. Eighty-six German
and Trutt Bldg.
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Oregon, warning being •-xpressly
seated themselves to a table which
societies will participate. Albert Jae
FALLS ■ OREGON
Herbert Anderson of Merrill was a gers is the sculptor. A replica of th«*
given that no person will be per»
fairly groaned with its weight of cold
mitted to gain or exercise nny right
chicken, salad, bread and butter, cel business visitor in this vicinity this statue will be presented to the Emper
whatever under any settlement or oc
or of Germany.
ery, olives and nuts, and the hot week.
Divining Rod Haa No EMra< y an
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mince pie and cheese which completed
United States Commissioner
Means for Discovering Wat e r
A family whose name was not'
1910, and prior to December 12.
’be feast made every one present wish .
The “Safe” Novel.
learned, shipped in a carload of
1910. all such settlement or occupa
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
he had room for a little more.
(Minneapolis Evening Tribune.)
Klaamth Lodge has a future of
James Milne, writing from London,
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Nov. 25.—
Willamette Principal Meridian.
which every member should be and is and moved to Mr. Ferguson's place, I gives a curious reason for the popu-
and Main, opposite City
proud, and when they get in their new near Spring Lake.
, ularlty of American novels in Eng Fuller of the United States geological
Tuie paone 301.
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Township 36 south. Range 7 east.
hall they will have one of the finest
land. The British
Mrs. Morgan. Dorothy Morgan and
8W *4. SW% sec. 19; BE*., SE%
lodge homes in the state. They expect
pleased to place in the hands of heri]jef that the divining rod Is a water
sec. 23; 8Wfc, 8WU 8E*4 sec. 27;
to have the building ready early in I
daughter the "advanced’’ and "prob- finder, Faith in the dipping twig In
I Falls Saturday.
Uon la indicat
8 H NE >4 . N 14 SE % , BE 14 SK U sec
lem” novels which are all the rage | i based on a delusion he asserts, and
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•d la all ordi
28; 81« NE14, S14 NW *4 sec 11;
nary dlaeaae« of
tbe man who says he can locate water SW14. 8W>, HE 14 sec 32; W H
Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Rush visited *
She has heard that the American ( supplies by its use is a pretender,
REFLECTIONS OF THE
with Mrs. Morgan Saturday.
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novelists have not yet become quite!
"No appliance, either mechanical
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NW 14. SW14 sec. 36.
so "advanced,’ and are still very i or electrical,” says Fuller, "has yet
good effects be
Township 37 south. Range 7 east,
George Manning shipped four cars largely given to writing sentimental | bw.n devised that will detect water In
(By Helen Rowland)
of horses Monday.
SE 14 NE14. WH NE14, NW'4. SH
from tho very
love stories with a usually happy end- ( placc. whpre pia|n common sense will
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Half a love is better than none.
sec. 1; NE 14 NE’4,814 NE 14. NE >4
first. It is com
Hence the mother buys the not show Its presence just as well.
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A band of Mitchell's cattle were
8W14. 8*4 BW 14. 8E*4 see. 2;
poked of tl.s
Love before marriage is taken from the stock yards to pasture I American novel, hoping that the The uselessness of the divining rod NW 14 NE14 MC 3; SE % 8E% «ec.
purest •nd th«
daughter will be sufficiently inter- is Indicated by the fact that it may
all moonlight and sighs, after mar- Monday,
4; 8E% NE14, W14 NE14. NW 14.
: r-sted in tbe love story to give the too be worked at will by tbe operator, 814 sec fc; E% NE14.
e e e
riage all moonshine and lies.
suggestive books the go by.
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that he fails to detect strong prater NW14. W*4 HWS sec. 94; WH
Mrs. J. W. Depuy went to Klamath
and other bar
At first glance the Aemrican read currents In tunnels and other fro«*
Nowadays a young man's idea of Falls Monday.
NW14. W)4 BW 14 sac. IB; NW 14
mfut drugs bo
courses that afford no surface indica NW14. 8W NW%. BWU. BWH
"hitch his wagon
verdict, for some of the recent Amer tions of water, and that bls location
Tbe many dis
star” is merely to hang around the
RE 14 sec 36.
Floyd Brandenburg, Wm. Sims and
ican novels most talked about have In regions where water flows in well-
stage door with a hansom cab.
Township 37 south. Range *t <*ast.
Mr. Beebe visited at tbe Morgan home
been quite daring. But the great ma- defined channels are no more success
Tuesday. The latter gentlemen came
W14 SW14 sec. (J. SW’4 NE*4 .
■ jority are harmless as compared, for ful than mere guesses. In fact. Its
The average man with a spotless last week from Woodland, Calif.
NW%, 814 sec. 7; SW 1« 8W«l
i instance, with May Sinclair's "Divine
operators are successful only In re 8; NH NE14, NW% ”*c. 18.
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reputation is usually one who hasn't
Fire,” or with some of H. G. Wells' gions where ground water occurs in a
dor her liable
yet been spotted.
Township 38 south. Range 8 east,
J. D. Morgan and G«?o. Williams
to many functional disorders tha<
stories with their suggestions of a so definite sheet In porns materia). In
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are riding in the vicinity of Klamath
W14 8W14 see. 6; W14 NW»4 IU*<*. not only tend to destroy her comfort
such regions few failures to find wa 7; 8E14 NK’4. W14 NE*4, EH and happiness, but which gradually
The short cut to a man's heart is Lake for horses.
i held in common, even woman.
W U • a «WS
can get W water
ra raw* • NW *4 sec 8; NEV«. NE14 SW14. nterge into chronic and serious dis
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through his vanity; the way through,
The vast majority of American j alrno«t anywhere.”
his stomach leads to indigestion of-1
8E14 sec 9: SH NW%, 8W14. SE'4 eases.
Riley Myers brought bis son, Aus
novels that appear monthly in maga
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription Is
Thia exposure of the divining rod BE14, WW BE14 sec ¡0; S14 NE14.
tener than to love.
tin, to Midland Wednesday morning.
without a peer for the successful
zines or book form are unquestion fraud, however, is only a side feature
Austin left on the southbound train
8E14 NW>4. SE 14 sec 12;
treatmnet of female woakneas, pain
ably trashy, but as a rule they are re of the report. It tells farmers about
The best husbands are MADE, not for Eugene, where he will work at
NE14 sec 13; NE14 NE14. W*4 * ful and disordered msnstrutatioa.
spectable in morale and quite conven the various kinds of rocks and depos
born; but there is so little to some the carpenter trade.
NE14, NW14 sec. 15; NE14 NEH hysteria, oramps,
tional in representing the orthodox its that contain and convey under
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men that the cleverest woman simply
sec. 16; 8W14 NWtf, 8W%, SW14 pains,” Inflammation and falling ef
This is a remedy of
course of true love. Such novels do ground water, the advantage« and dis
has to do the best she can with
SE14 sec. 18; NE%. NE14 SE% »*c. sterling worth.
J. W. Depuy has all his plowing
no particular harm beyond vitiating advantages of different kinds of wells,
them, and then use mental science to done at bis Whitelake farm.
19; 8W14 SW 14 sec. 20; NW14
the mlrfd and creating a distaste for boring methods and measure« for the
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make herself believe thay are all
8W14. 8’4 BW^i sec. 23; 8'4 8W% UNDERWOODS PHARtMCi
solid reading. But even thia is better protection of wells and springs from
sec 26; NW 14 NE14, 814 NK14,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crance spent
Cor. 7th and Mala Streets
than unsettling of the moral code and potation.
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NW14,814 sec. 26; E14 8E14 s«»c.27; Klamath Falls . • • . Oreguw
[Thanksgiving at the home of John
innoculating weak nhture with vain
There aren't enough kinds of wo- Hooper.
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GIGANTIC I-AND DEAL
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men in the world to fulfil] any one
sec. 28; 8E14 NE 14 . W 14 NE14, E14
In spite of the utilitarianism of the
INVOLVING 81,000,000 NW 14, NW 14 NW 14, BE 14 BE 14,
man's idea of what a wife should be.
J. W. Depuy brought out a load of
age romance still persists. Sentiment
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lumber Tuesday. He will soon begin
EUGENE. Nov. 26.—A million dol N14 BE 14 and lots 2, 3 and 4, s«»c. 29.
is not dead, although often poisoned
Even a coquette can be loyal to one building an addition to their house.
Township 37 south, Rango 9 east.
timber deal which has been under
with selfishness. It is undoubtedly
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man until she prefers another; but a
NE14.NE14 NW14.N14 BE 14. BE 14
better for the modern damsel, safely
man’s heart, like a ferryboat, is al
8E14 sec 6; E>4 NE14. E14 BE 14
Lee Sutton was in town Sunday for
ensconced in the shelter of her home, months, and which was given pub
ways going backward and forward.
sec. 7; all of section 19; N*4 NE14,
; a top for their gasolene launch.
to indulge In innocent dreams of the
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coming "Prince Charming,” than to
In Fate's menu most of us have to i
sec 30; E*4 NE 14, SE 14 8W14,
Joe Pierce will soon build a house
be seized with a longing to enter upon
be satisfied with a half portion of love 1 on the land he recently purchased.
ELLSWORTH A MITCHELL
NE14 BE 14. SH HE*4 sec. 31.
a course of questionable adventures. Lane county's finest timber, lying on
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and a demi-tasse of happiness.
Township 38 south, range 9 east,
the Biuslaw River, has been finally
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Miss Edna Depuy, George Day and
consummated, but the papers have N*4, NE14 8W14. SE14 sec. 6; NE14.
Platonic friendship is a game in, Jack Lee wme up from Whitelake
Clffies Crlmlar-HUIu Bulldlus
not yet been passed. The former own 8*4 sec. 7; NE14, E14 NW14. N14
which marriage is generally the limit. Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving in
"I had grand fun last night,” re ers of the land were a large number BE14, BE 14 SE14 sec. 18; E*4 NE14,
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marked little Jeanie, "when Sister of residents of Lane county and Eu BE 14 sec. 19;all of sections 2 8 and
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Ethel and Mr. Jenkins was in the gene, who had small holdings and 29; E14 NE14. S14 8W14 sec. 30;
You can lead a man to the con-
servatory, but you can’t make him
William Hooper brought his sisters drawing room together. Ethel said pooled them. Jesse Bounds, a local W*4 NE14, NW14, 814 «ec. 31; N14 I
to school Tuesday morning, and while we should play at blindman’s buff, timber broker, has just returned from NE14, NE14 NW*4 sec. 32; NK
out hunting near the school house and Mr. Jenkins tied a handkerchief San Francisco, where final arrange NE14, NW 14 sec. 33; NE14, BE 14
For an up-to-date wheel, get
round my eyes, and they let me be ments were made for the transfer of NW14, N14 NW14. N’4 8E14, 8E14
killed two geese.
POE A'ALLEY NEWS
a Rambler, on sale at the GUN
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blindman the whole time.”—Every the land. The price to be received for SE14 sec. 34; all of sections 36 and
STORE. For sale or rent.
Jesse Siemans came out from the Woman's Magazine.
the timber Is |1 per thousand feet. 36.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Btintz left for
Tenta to rent. Guns. We carry
Falls Tuesday to try his luck hunting.
In al) probability a railroad will be
their home up at Bald Butte Thurs
a full line nt Sporting Goods.
built through this timber within the
NEW YORK HTATK HAH
day, where they will spend their
Mr. Mitchell shipped sixteen cars
OVER NINE MILLION next year or two. as at least two com
Chas, Poole was In
! of stock Friday.
panies have announced their inten CotnmlMloner of the General Land
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WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 26.— tion of building from Eugene or
THE GUN STORE
Tbos. Roberts and H. H. Roberts
Mr. Gerber shipped
went to tbe Falls Monday.
First Assistant Secretary of the In
J. B. CHAMBERS
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Thursday, with Oscar Steward In New York state haw a population of Biuslaw, and hare completed their
Born—To Mr and Mrs. Lossen charge
OFFICERS NENE ELECTED SATURDAY
H. H. SEARS
E. L. ELLIOTT
C. C. BROWER