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giant of the national capital, Is dead
Washington asylum hospital
THE ARMY ENGINEERS REPORT al and the a casket
of unusual site Is being
(Not Coal I-an da)
Department of the Interior. United
8tate Land Office at I^rkevlew,
Oregon, Nov. 6. 1910.
COUNSELOR AT LAW
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
prepared to receive bls body.
Turner was 34 years old, and has IIORAH INTHODl < EK HILL IN THE
Notice Is hereby given that John
been an invalid from Infancy. He
Slade, whose poslofflce addrsss Is ROOMS TAB, MURDOCK 9109
rould neither read nor write, and
Olene. Ore., did. on the 9th day of
spent most of his life dosing at vari
Marsh lauds Hlioultl Be Rcleusril and ous hospitals.
DR c. P. MASON
D«*elarvs the Proatml Obsolete and T. < . Wand of Heattie Will Put I’p a May, 1910, file in this office sworn
The Tuie lake Project Hlmuld
Plant With an l lthnate Capac«
to purchase the
of NE‘4 section
TWO DOLLARS WILL HAVE ,
Be Ntudh-sl Further
Now l «rd to Elect
ity ot Fifty Tona
Bank A Trust Coos
A CHINAMAN S LIFT
10. township 398, Range 10E. Wil
lamette meridian, and the timber
WAHIIINGTON, Jan. 19. The re AnaociaUou Trying to Collect 69,000,
WAHIIINGTON, D. C„ Jan. 19.—
Another ice plant Is to be erected j thereon, under the provisions of the
port of tbe board of army engineers
004» In Aid of tlic Flood Nut-
Henator Borah of Idaho In tbe senate In tbe city In a short Ume, T. C. Ward act of June 3, 1878, and acts amen
which has been made public shows
fervrs In the Orient
today supported a resolution submit of Heuttle having purchased two lots
that the lower project and tbe Modoc
BENSON A STONE
ting a constitutional amendment pro on Market street, near Elm, from tbe Stone Law," at such value as might
sub-project aru worthy of completion,
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Jun SO.
viding for the direct election of sen Klamath Development company, and be fixed by appraisement, snd that,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ami that the Tule Lake project should The mm of |2 will save the Ilf«- ot ators. He said:
as soon as the weather will permit he pursuant to such application, the laud
lie taken up tentatively for further one Chinaman among the nillll-ms
"The present system Is vicious and will begin the erectloa of a fifty-ton
and Trugt Bldg.
who are now starving to death in the out of date. The entire sessions of Ice and cold storage plant, construct- praised at a total of $33u.00, the
The following la th«» gist of the re floodswvpt provinces of Klangau and some legislator«*« have been occupied
timber estlmn'ed at 250.0u0 hoard
KLAMATH F-LLS - OREGON
* Anhui, according to mall advIeM re
In sleeting senators, excluding every
The ground on which the plant will f 'et at $1 per tucusand, and tf e land
This proj«*ct Is lnterstat<> in char ceived at th«* state department^ from thing «*1»«'. In fourttsen Instances
i be erected measures 100x150 feet, 9>0; that «a l appllcaat will offer
acter, the Irrlgabl« area lying partly th« consular offices at Hhunghal and states have not been fully represent'd
and Is situated on a spur track which i,r.al proof in support of Ms appllca-
In Oregon and paTtly In California.
A I TORN EV AT LAW
because they were deadlocked. In | the Development company has had it'.on and swj.-q statement oi. the lZtb
Of the total lands, 10«.000 »»res.
An International relief association other Instance» bribery uud corrup put across their business and manu ¡day of January, 1911, L- fore R. .‘J General l-aw Practice State aud Fro
exclusive of the marsh lands, 43,100 'nvludlng In Its membership two well tion are charged. Why compel men
facturing property near the railroad. B.chardson, Culled Sta’ce commls-
acres, or 40.6 per cent, are public known American mlsslonarl»*», Rev. to pass through a season of humilia
Examiner of I .a nd Titles
Mr Wand Is a practical lee man. , stoner, at Ki «math Falls <> egon.
lands subject to tbe reclamation act, H D Poll. D D . and lt.-v Q I'. I tion and shame through which th* sit
Any person Is at lfbertv to prot-s»
First National Bank BI» h k
having been in that business In Seat
of which 700 acres are In the lower guson. Is trying to collect from the ting member from Illinois (Ixirirner) tle. and he Is now In Chicago purchas . ivls pnrebas} before entry or Inl-
31,900 acres are charitably Inclined 92,000.000, which Is passing, if he Is not guilty. Why
ing additional machinery for his plant 11 ate a mutest at any time before
Tule Lake lands, 1,500 are In upper they estimate will <^rry 1,000,000 rnki* lamslble his return here If he to be erected here.
I pr.tent ls«a ■». t v filing » corroborate
sub-project ami 9,000 In the Modoc people through the distress of the Is guilty’"
■ »d affidavit In this off) -e alleging FRED WESTERFELD
winter and spring; no fresh harvest
facts whir*! sou-u defeat th«- entry.
Water supply Is sufficient.
ARTIiUR W CRTON,
being exp«'» ted until May.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
The total estimated expenditures,
The vic«' consul at Nanking reports minoriti REi*oRT re < ommendk
THE BAY CITV
exclusive of marsh lands. Is $4,470,- that he saw numbers of Chlm-se dying
SACRAMENTO. Jan. 20. Charges
195.37, of which about 11,500.000 of cold and starvation, and that the I
NOTICE l'Ole PUBLICATION
WAHIIINGTON. D C„ Jan. 20
of graft In the slate printer's offic»-
WILL A. LEONARD
was expended to June 30, 1910, m> d> stllution Is ngtrome
Th»< American Red Cross already
Lower project uplands $857.989
has given <oiue assistance, but It I» tory hi th»- fight over the location of , text book ring, will b»* probed by a Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office at Lakeview,
the Panama exposition when by a ¡committee which wax appoint»-<l by
Tule I-ah.., 1021,50«
only a drop in the bucket.
vote of nine to six the house commlf- ] the senate today.
Oregon. December 8, 1910.
Upper sub-project, 921,979.
I«'«' of Industrial arts and «-xiMMiltions
Th«- committee was given the wid-
Notice Is hereby given that Louis
Modoc sub-project, 912.400
WELL KNOWN VETERINARI
reported favorably the Estopinal bill »•Ht sco | m >, and directed to spare no ex Robin, of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
The lauds, exclusive of the marsh
TAKE« I ItitiUF
dvalgnatlng New Orleans as the expo pense. Senators Stobrldge and Shan who. on May 24. 1905, made/Home-
CIVIL E N G I N E E R
lands, will bear tbe construction
sition city and appropriating $1,000.- ahan d»-»Jar» d they have witness«-» stead entry No. 3446. aerial No.
charges «-stImatvd as follows
Reinforred Concrete Retaining Walls
ooo for a government exhibit
who are willing to testify to the ex- 01267, for 8WI4 section 10, town-
txiwvr project upland». announced. ’
Designed and Constructed
of steals. Th«- committee will ship 38 S, range 10 E. Willamette 117 Fourth 8t., Klamath Falls, Ore
tier acre, $30.
'd to report in favor of the bill d«.*«lg- begin st-ssions Immediately. They will Meridian, has filed notice of inten
Upper sub-project. $49 77.
82 Second St., San Francisco, Cal.
nallng Han Fran» I m »» as the site-for try and complete the lnv»-stigatlon tion to make final five year proof, to
Modoc sub-projwt. $63.33
Th«, lower project uplands or first ! The l>< autlful home of Mr. Willard the Paiinma-Pavifl»' fair. It supports and have the prosent legislature enact »-stablish claim to the land above de
scribed. before County Clerk. C. R. R
subdivision I» feasible from an vn- a> hl» ranch a few nillea from ibi» Hau Finnclsco. and d«*clured the ac most stringent text book laws.
ginerring and «n economic standpoint. |clty*wns the scene of a delightful wed tion of the majority will not prevent
De I-a-p. at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on
United States Commissioner
ding Thursday at high noon, when th»- fair from going to Han Francisco, Bl REE TRIAI. IS DRAW
the 10th day of February. 1911.
and worthy of <*oinpl«*tlon
Claimant names as witnesses:
Thu construction of the Tule Lak-- Miss M E Miller became th«» brida* of as it lias a working majority on the
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
ING TO A CLOUE
Henry Schmor Jr. of Dairy, Ore.;
siilidlvlalou should b»* taken up ten Dr. J. M. Ellsworth, the well known floor of the lions»*. The vote was tak
tatively to allow further study of thv veterinary surgeon. The ceremony en lifter a strenuous s»>ssion. The bill
SANTA ROSA, Jan. 20—T«*irtitnony , John Hibberts of Klamath Falls, Office. Third and Mam, opposite City
reclaimed lands and thv efflclvncy of was performed by Rrv. G. H. Ferae was referred to u sub-committee, this morning in th« Burke trial ro Ore.; Jasper Hibberts of Klamath
th«- proposed ni»-ar»s of vontrolllng th»-, *’f lb* Methodist church of this city, which will revis«' th»- ruluor points of tates to th.- all.-g.d insanity of Miss Falls, Ore.; C. C. Chlfwood of Klam
A sumptuous wedding dinner was the measure and report It back to the Lu Etta Smith. Lena Kill lain, super ath Falls. Ore.
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
Th»« upper project la nn extension i served to the friends nnd relative«« full commit!«*«' Tuesday.
intendent of the Portland training
There will probably be a fight on school; Mrs. 8. L File of Berkeley,
I have some fine young registered
not yet approved It Is feaalble froni|wh0
been Invited. Mrs. Helen
Holstein bulls for sale; A-l stock and
an •'conoml»- and englnis-rlng stand I l*» ui»ls. n sister of the bride, who the fioor of the hous<- when th«- meas Wm. F. File, for twenty years a min
M. F. LOOSE LEY. Ft.
point, but owing to th»- necessity of,‘«me from her home In California to ure «vim«*» up.
ister and now a real estate agent.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I I Klamath, Oregon.
completing more Important work »'Is»-. jatt'-nd th«- wedding, was th»* brldes-
testifi«*d. Th»* prosecution ••xpwts to
wbere and to th.» small amount «if I maid, while Harry lxx-kw«s>d of thia SEVERAL ARE IJtoKING
I close lat»' this afternoon.*
In the County Court of tbe State of!
public land Involved, It la not udvls »■ I«.' V«H th* kroomaman
FOR FRANK R. Blum \
I Parties wishing sagebrush task
Oregon, for Klamath County.
able to proeecttte It at th. present ' Mrs. Ellsworth will make their horn«*
Elsie W ilson
In the Matter of the Estate of Eugen» cltsare, call on or write.
time beyond such preliminary work aai**® 11 ranch near here.
lllvgtng That lie Secured Money •»y
W W. MÄHTEN
Elsie Wilson, wife of E. H. Wil-
will «*nabl<* definite plans to b«* mad»* I The bride la n charming and a<-
Klamath Falls oro
Selling Interest in Wood 'Hist
son. one of the well known Klamath*.
The undersigned having been ap 1 l-3tf
Thv Modis- nub-proj»*ct Is r<*aalbl>* eoinpllMh«*<l )oung lad), aud has a host
He Did Not <h»u
di»-d at her home oh the reservation pointed by the county court of the
from an economic nnd nn engineer-1 of friends In this city and throughou*
on the 16th. The remains were In state of Oregon, for Klamath county,
Ing standpoint, but It has not yet re- ' th«- count)
She has Iwvn a resident
Several of tbe citlxens of the city terred In the Wilson cemetery.
administrator of the estate of Eugene
I want two or four horse* for farm
<elv«*d executive approval. Owing to) here for tb<* pant six years. The groom arc looking for Frank R. Brown, who
The deceased was the daughter of Couipher, deceased, notice is hereby work in exchange for their winter's
the large umount of public land lu Is also well and favorabh known, and recently started In the wood business
Bonny Stokes, and was well known In given to the creditors of. and all per keep.
H. G. FAIRCLO,
this sub-project and to tbe fact that lias been th»- leading veterinär) of In this city, and who left here the
this city, where she had a number of sons having claims against said de- .
<h<* water supply therefor la already thin section for a number of yean» He first of the we»-k without telling where
She was married to E. H. ceased, to present them verified as re
provided In Cl»*ar Lake r»*acrvolr. It Is is now in partnership with II. E Wil lie win going.
Wilson February 22. 1910.
quired by law, within six months af
ivgurded as worthy of completion, as lst d nt the Willard stock and dairy
It Is alleged that Brown contracted
ter the first publication of this notice
funds are available, subject to th«* ad- ■ aneli, .limili three mll«*s south of the with a Mr. Myers for some wood on a
tion is Indicat
NOTH E FOR PUBLICATION
jndlcntlon of water rights In Upper I city.
tract of land east of town at $1 a
L. Elliott, bis attorney, in Klamath
ed in all ordi
I thousand He nfterwards sold a half
nary diseases of
Th«* development of the marsh land
Oregon, December 13. 1910.
; int<>r<<st In the wood to a man. and
-iibdlvfslon arouixj ls»w>*r Klamath
! later sold his remaining half Inter-
Notice Is hereby given that the Administrator of the estate of Eugene
l.nk<- should b<* postponed until It ha*
| est to another man at 121»* cents a State of Oregon has filed In this office
good effects be
i>»s*n shown that thy lands can be Services W ill Be Held Tomorrow
.cord, thv amount he received being Its application, serial 04175, to select Dated Dec 29, 1910.
12.-2 4-1-2 C
(about $100. lie requested that this » under the provisions of act of con
mad«* productive when cultivate»!
from tho very
Kvno Canal power should be de-
be paid him In several checks of small gress. approved August 14. 1948. and
Trot. It is com
W' hm II hwii C»'iiwM«,rjr
vvlopvd as n»<TO»*d by the project; the
|<l(-nominations. so that he could pay .the acts supplemental and amenda-
purest and the
« xi-vsa power should b«> developed In
various debts which he said he owed | torv thereto, the SEH NW % . section
NEW YORK. Jan. 20. Th»' ques
»»-operation with th«* Water Uscra'
19. township 37 8, range 9 E, W. M.
..ssrs iutlon In such manner as to In
Any and all persons claiming ad In the County Court of th«' State of
sure return of cost to th»* United
versely the lands aboSe described, or
and other har
Oregon, in and for Klamath
i sursnev company. who died last night. morning, and now the persons with desiring to object because of the min
mful drugs be
The par value of th«* stock of th.-, *,aM
dlacuseed. It probably will whom h«* has been dealing are trying eral character of the land, should fil«*
The many dis
Water Users' anaociation Is sufficient i
a Morgan man ills death was ex- to locate him.
, their affidavits of protest in this office I In the Matter of the Estate of Wil
to cover th.- conatructlon charge on P«*ct«*d, nnd caiisAd Morgan to rush his
liam Biehn. Deceased.
ion or b»‘for»* February 11. 1911,
ih<- first subdivision only, For th»* re- I'chvm»- to inutuallx«* the Equitable
ARTHUR W ORTON.
Notice is hereby given that George
BIG BANIN LI MBER COMPANY
mnliiing subdivisions new arrange- - company.
Biehn, administrator of the estate of
Private aei vlcro w ill be held in
invntf should be made by which th»';
William Biehn. deceased, has present
der her liable
land will b»< bound for the full build- '»*’*’ Morton hoinv tomorrow morning,
ed nnd filed in this court his final ac to many runctlonal disorders that
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Charge of the Branch of That
H|id public services in thv afternoon nt
Ing R charg.'.
count in said estate, and bls petition not enly tend to destroy her comfort
Ih- vaitment of the Interior, United
and happiness, but which gradually
The following allotment Is recom-
Thomas Episcopal church. The
for discharge!, and the court has set
mended for the four years, 1911-1914, burlul will be mad» In Woodlawn cem-
Stutes Land Office, at Lakeview. th»* 28th day of January. A. D. 1911 merge into chronic and serious dis
The Interest of George H Geary
From the loan, $600.(100. ctery. Coroner Weinberg deemed an
O: < g»*n, No-.er.il-»-r li. 1M0.
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription la
a peer for the successful
been purchased by W. S. Fish, and h«*
NOTICE Is hereby given that El-
IN HACKED TO PIECEN W ITH i
in the city of Klamath Falls, county treatmner of female weakness,
ful and disordered menstrutation.
ol BINK PRESIDENT
Mr Geary was the manager here until address is Klamath Falls, Oregon,
he sold out to Mr. Fish, and has gone did. on the 27th »lay of December. time and place in which said final ac pains.” inflammation and falling of
CHICAGO, Jun 19. An unidenti
This is a remedy of
to Old Mexico as the manager of a 1909. file in this office Sworn State count and petition will be heard, and the womb
fied Italian was found murdered in un
LOH ANGELES. Jan. 20. Lewis lumber company there.
ment and Application, No. 02 886. to
alley literally hacked to pieces with u M. Woolwfne, 21 years old. a son ot'
Mr. Fish is a distinct asset to the purchase the SH NW . NW «* NW '« I any person or persons interested in UNDERWOOD’S PHARAMC!
short-hand It'd axe. Eighteen blows W D. Woolwin»*, president of th»* Na
city, as he Is a prnctical lumberman, Sec. 24; NE«4NE%. Section 23. said estate may appear and file ob
were shown, and the flesh was »hop tional Hank of California-, was kilte»)
Cor. 7th and Main Streets
having been the head of the Fish Township 37S. Range 9E, Willamette jections thereto.
Klamath h's Ils .... Oregon
ped from his face and shoiild»-rs. Ills by th»- collision of bls auto with a veg- I
I.timber company of Racine, and un Meridian, and the timber thereon, un-
rlght arm and leg wer«- chopped off i etable wagon in th.- suburbs at 3
derstands the lumber business In all der the provisions of the act of June this 28th day of December, 1910.
nnd his bod) split open.
I o’clock this morning. Miss Rosaline Its branches. He Is adding some of
J. B. GRIFFITH,
3. 1878. and acts amendatory, known
It Is bi-llevc'1 lie was a tailor, anil 1 Harrington, 20 years of age. anil Mrs.
the most up-to-date machinery to the as the ‘'Timber and Stone Law.” at .Bulge of the County Court State of Send for free illustrated ciitalog: larg
th. poll»-.' think h»- Is a foreign gnr-| i. m Drummond were badly hurt.
Oregon, in and for Klamath ed list in Virginia.
plant here, and will be able to supply such value as might be fixed by ap
• iiu-nt Worfcer whom thv strikers slew , q*he
.... part was routining from a demands .for the finest lino line of praisement. and that, pursuant to
CASSELMAN Ä CO., Richmond V u .
X'sar the bod' was thv axv and a r,‘* charity bail nt Pasadena, and Wool-
building material desired.
such application, th«* land and titn- Attest: C. R. DE LAP. Clerk of said
'»»Ivi'f with two vhambvis empty.
' wine was driving.
Mr Fish will make his home here. hen thereon have been appraised, at a
The gill's lather is a wealth) New
total of $400.00. the timber esti
Yorker. Mrs. Drummond's husband
mated 400,000 board feet at $1.00
IRE Fol XI» IX LAKE la u wealthv tobacconist D M Orio. DI Vril SENTEM E OF JAP
p,-r ,M and the land $0.00; that said
*404 I I LISTS IS COMMI TED
the driver of the wagon, was fntall.i
applicant will offer finnl proof in sup
BERLIN. .Inn. 19. The German I hurt.
port of bls application and sworn
FOKIO. Jan 19. The Nippondem
l-alloon lllldi brsndt. which had l»een |
statement on the 26th day of Jami
po agency announces that the death
niisslng since Its ascent nt Hchnrm
ary. 1911. before R. M4 Richardson.
Ta ADC OS A RMS
gendorf <>n December 29th. whs found
FAIR sentences of all the socialists except U. S Commissioner, at Klamath
Coev rights Ac.
Denjlro Kotoku nnd Suga KonnA have
in a- Ink.* in Pomeranian Prussia the
Anyone sending a »ketch und deecriptlon
quickly ascertain onr opinion tree , wnethe
other day. Th«' bodies of both the
SACRAMENTO, Jun. 1% A I <" o- been commuted
Any person Is at liberty to protest
inrentiini i« probably
tlons strictly confidential. HAND BOON < on Pat «nui
aeronauts were in the gondola.
hition was adopted by both houses of
this purchase before entry, or initiate
•ent free. < »Ideal aeency for eeeerto rite p«««m«.
I *u. receti
Patents taken through Munn A • Co.
! th® legislature In which they agii *
III W ith tli»* Grip
a contest nt any time before patent is
9prcfcti notice, without charge, in the
SLEEPING GIANT PANNEN
John McCall, the gonial clerk Hl sues, by filing a corroborated affida
AWAY IN WAHIIINGTON i gross for a slngh* cent If the fair is the Portland Store, has been con vit in this office, alleging facts which
A handao»nc»v 1’teat rated weelily. I jnnreatct
awarded to her. The resolution will fined to his home the past week. It would defeat the entry.
eolation of any
year: four mon
WAHIIINGTON, D. C., Jan. 19.
be telegraphed to Washington 'to is believed h»* hns n severe attack of
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
John Turner, 7 feet 7 Inches tall, th -1 night.
MAY THAT THE PROJKt T SUOI IJ>
E. L. ELLIOTT
H. H. SEARS
OLD VIRGINIA FARMS FOR SALE
i P atents