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FEDERAIS BEATEN; BIG LOSS
W. O. SMITH, Editor.
LAKEVIEW. Jan. 94.
EX-STATE SUPERINTENDENT TO THOMPSON AND BELKNAP WORK I Orton, register of the Lakeview land BATTI.» RIGEN FOR
office, has compiled a report of the
NE III MEXICAN
RECEIVE •S.tMNI A YEAR
I entries made during thu last year In
i the district, which comprises Lak«
His Sel«*ction by the Board of Normal Mi'asurrs, While Decreasing Salary lit ¡and Klamath counties and a portion Goveruiiicut Troops Put Ip Hl ulilxirii
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
of Crook county. There were 63 4 1
Fight Iguiiint "Hying Squad*
Regenta la Kndorned All
No Couutiea, Will Increase
mu,** But I smm * Stilimele
All communications submitted tor publication in the columns of this
Over the State
Pay In Other Parts
stead law covering 79,397.05 acres;
paper will be inserted only over the name of the writer No non de plume
articles will be published.
246 applications for 330 acre home-
PRESIDIO. Tegas. via Marfa, Jan.
SALEM, Jan. 34. After serving
SALEM. Jan. 94. A measure pro- steads covering 78.235.38 acres; IOS
sewing for the girls of the four up the people of Oregon for twelve years vidIng for the fixing of tho salaries of desert land application» for 39,323 63 2 4. Gue hundred federal* reported
per grades. It seemed hardly fair for in the office of state superintendent of all the county school superintendents acres; 137 timber and stone applica to be killed In a bloody liaitle near
the boys to remain in the study room public Instruction. J.' H. Ackerman In the state has been Introduced In tions for 17,888.74 acres; 3is water Ojlnaja Th« battle lusted two days
while the girls took sewing lessons, has been selected president of the the house by Representatives Belknap i right application» for 34,000 acres; A firing squadron** of insurgents
so the cadet plan was hit upon. While Oregon State Normal School at Mon- and Thompson of Crook. Grant, 34 applications for isolated tract», uiiiliustied u large body of federal»,
[ 1,606 36 acres; 33 applications to mid a deadly fire poured from the
the girls in the schools take instruc , mouth. Mr. Ackerman's salary has Klamath and Lake counties. It will
[ "scrip” 8,6trt78 acres; two segregu- undei brush, lu th« end I he federal*
tions in sewing under .Miss Edna Ad
i lions of lands under the Carey act for d treat «si, leaving their d«nd behind
ams. the boys will be mastering an
Every county school superintendent 160,000 acres In Warner Valley; 16 i
other science, in a measure equally as will assume his new duties February
In the state under this act, when It reservoir site applications and 1 6 ' x.Mt GGI.I D 01*11 M IN SEIZED
PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE MAY CON necessary, under Mr. Elder.
ON THE WEIMER KOREA
In addition of being overjoyed at becomes a law, will receive fl.000 railway and ditch right of way appll* I
There is. perhaps, no other course
cations. This makes a grand total of
that could have been Introduced by
L341 application» for .381,017.84 ¡
the school board that would prove as at the November election, providing 1.900 children In his county, accord ni'UftM
Interesting to the boys. The military
training will not only train the grow Normal school at Monmouth, the census, taken by him or his prede
A monument In memory of Ampere,
ing youth to be of value to bis coun friends of the institution are congrat cessor. No school superintendent,
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 33. Seine
ulating themselves upon the election however. Is to receive a salary In ex the electrical pioneer. Is to be erected
Metnb««rs of lx*aguc Declare No Party try in time of need, and furnish him
that looked as If they had been
cess of 19.500 This la»- will go Into In his native city of Lyons by th«
a good healthy exercise, but will of Mr. Ackerman as president.
tampered with aroused the suspicion
Is Planned—Will Extend
French Association for the Advance of Customs Inspector Head an Toland
simultaneously teach hitn discipline
and obedience to superiors and orders sltion, he had been frequently men- legislature, as to all »uperintendents ment of Sciences.
yesterday while searching an unoc
that will be an asset to him during tloned in connection with it. and his who devote their entire time to the
cupied stateroom of the Korea, with
election is quite generally approved, duties of their office, and on January
the result that a cache of forty-two
NOTICE <>►’ GUARDIAN'S HAI.E
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Jan. 25.— his entire life.
As the Institution Is likely to lx* the 1, 1913. It Is to apply to all county
■ tins of atnoking opium was uncov
The National Progressive Republican
only one in Oregon for several years school superintendents without dis
league is creating the greatest sen in military matters. He drilled for it is expected that within a year or crimination as all superintendents on In the County Court of the Htai« of ered.
Oregon, for the County of Klam
Th« drug would have sold In Chlna-
sation. Many are asking if the organ
i two It will be one of the largest of it* and after ‘that date are to devote
town, according to Colonel Bllnn. for
ization is to tight Taft, or whether it Agricultural college at Ames, low:.-, i kind in the northwest.
themselves exclusively to the duties
In the Matter of the Estate and Guru- 81.600.
means a third party in 1912. Senator and at that breaking out of the Span
of the office.
dianwhlp of Mary A. Kilgore, an
Inspector Sackett also found three
Bristoa of Kansas says:
LEGISLATURE MAY CREATE
The act specifies that it does not
Imp» of »Hk. ihre«* blou*« patterns
"It is not a movement to organize Company A. Fifty-first Iowa, ar.d was
OFFICE OF FIRE MARSHAL apply If It decreases anybody's salary
and some »Ilk handkerchief* con
a third party, but merely to further mustered in as one of the volunteers
and does not apply In counties having State of Oregon,
cealed In n cabin of the Tenyo Maru.
He served on the island until the New Official's Duties Would Include more than 300.000 Inhabitants
Dixon of Montana said:
Pursuant to an order, made by the
"The object of the league is to get winter of 1899, when he returned to
H U.K «IF I IMIIKH
: Honorable County Judge of Klamuth
of All Fires
( IMPING PARTY HAH
closer to popular government. These Iowa, and after being mustered out
A JOLLY REt NION
reports of its being a political scheme he re-entered the state Agricultural
Portland. Ore., Jan. 30, 1911,
’,26th day of January, I9IL nolle«' Is I
SALEM. Jan. 2 4. Provision for
are all untrue.”
blds marked outside "Bld.
the appointment of a state fire mar RoMwvrll Home the Herne of a Hap.
Norris, when asked if the league military work in connection with his shal is provided In a bill offered by
Timber Sale, General Notice, Decem
was organized for the purpose of de studies. He was a lieutenant, captain Representative Hollis of Washington
upon the pr«miaee. on or after the ber I, 1910, Crater,*' and addressed
ries of Hummer Outing
and major respectively In the college
feating Taft, said:
day of February. 1911, the in- to the Dl»trii i Forester, Formt Serv
“If the people want Taft it will help cadets, and was always a ranking ed by the governor to serve until the
right of th« dower of Mary A ice. Portland. Oregon, will be received
him; if they don't, it will injure him.” officer in the school companies.
an Insane person. In and to up to uud Including tlu< 37th day of
The instruction that Mr. Elder will next general election, when his suc Nelson Rounsevel) wu the scene of a
The following are the officers of the
described real pro|>erty. February, 1911, for ull or any part
give the youngsters in the schools will
of the ineri'hnnialde dead timber
will receive an annual salary of >3000 those who were with the Rounsevella to-wlt:
President—Sen. Bourne. Oregon.
standing or down and the live limber
First Vice-President—NOrris of Ne ble advantage to them, not only giv 800 per annum. The expenses of sembled to enjoy the recollections of 3 and 4, section 39, township 39 marked for culling by (lie forest offi
south, rang« 10 east. Willamette Me cer located on an area to be definitely
I these offices are U> be provided for a delightful summer outing.
Second Vice-President—Governor tics. but tending to form in the boys a [ through a special tax of one-half of
Klamath county, Oregon, de designated by the forest officer before
habit of correct carriage which will
Osborne of Michigan.
cutting begin* of about 3.500 acres on
! one per cent of their gross premiums tired in the same rough-and-ready I scribed as foltown:
Treasurer—Chas. R. Crane of Chi
Beginning at a point on the north the watershed of Clover Creek In part
by all fire Insurance companies with- garments they wore ou the outing,
j in the state.
and prepared the refreshment« In th«- line of section 29, 1,175 feet weirt of of the St* of section 13, part of the
Congressman-elect Kent of Califor
The marshal Is authorized from fireplace the same as they would have I the northeast corner of section 39; st» <>f section 11, sections 13 »nd 14.
nia and Gifford Pinchot are members NOOKE BROS. ARE WILLING 10 SELL time to timejo appoint such additlon- done had they been in the woods.
thence cant 300 feet to the right bank S’* of NH ami HE 14 of section 16.
.of the executive committee.
l al number of deputies as may be
The party spent their vacation last i of Ixmt River; thenc» down stream N *4 of section 33, and soction 34.
The articles of declaration say in
’ deemed necessary. He is given au- summer In the Blue Canyon country. ! along the right bank of Lost River township 38 south, range 6 east, Wil
SISKIYOU PEOPLE WANT TO HUY
I thority to investigate the cause and north of Mount Pitt, and they lived , to the west lino of lot 4, thenc«* north lamette Meridian, within the Crater
“The present statutes dealing with
I damages resulting from all fires re the pleasures of the summer outing along Hu* west line of 4, 200 feet to National Forest. Oregon, eatltuatod to
thet rusts, railroads and other inter
n point 4 3 feet north of the center lln« Im 3.4OO.OOO feet II. M. of live and
ported to him, and Is expected to keep over again that night.
ests are very vague, and are partially
of the proposed Lost River diversion 6,600,000 feet 11. M of dead Western
ineffective. New statutes, based upon Negotiations I nder Way Ixxikiug
For advising the marshal of fires In who were present were Carey Ramshy channel a* now surveyed and ntnk«<1 yellow pine. 400,000 feet B M of live
Acquisition of Klamath Fails
sound economic conditions are badly
¡their respective localities the chief of and wife and son Martin. Miss Gladys out on the ground; thence north 59 and 1,600,000 feet B.M. of d«a<l Doug
J the fire department and mayors of Roberts, Fred Houston and wife and deg. 32 mln. east 660 feet; thence las fir. moo ,000 feet B. M. of live and
The league advocates:
north 27 deg. 30 mln. east 1,101 feet; 3,200,000 feet B. M. of dead while fir,
¡cities and towns where the office pays Mr. and Mrs. Rounaevell.
First—The direct election of fed
th«nce north 42 deg 30 mln east 380 M00.000 feet II. M. of live and 800,000
! no salary are to receive 50 cents for
Negotiations are under way look each fire reported.
feet; thence north 14.5 feet; thence feel B M. of dead sugar pin«, 200,000
FORT KLAMATH GIRI. BE-
Second—A thorough investigation ing toward the acquisition of the
13 deg. 57 mln. east 416 9 feet, feet B. M. of live und 200,000 feet B.
COMES W IFE OF MEDFORD MAN
Klamath Falls Light and Water com GRAND JURY AT WORK ON
of corrupt practices.
thence north 20 deg. east 400 feet; M. of dead Incqmw c«>dar, saw timber,
pany’« plant by the Siskiyou Power
VERMILLION COUNT»’ FRAUDS
Fred Hendricks of Medford and thence north 300 feet; thence north log Scale. more or lea*. No bld of
Fourth — Initiative. referendum company.
17 deg. 57 mln. eant 1,191.9 fret less than 11.90 per thousand feet B M
When asked about the matter Mr. One Hundred Witness«-* Have B«x-ii Helen Applegate of Fort Klamath se thenc«* north 38 deg. 30 mln east 375 for nil timber will be considered, and
and recall in all states.
The league plans to co-operate with Moore said:
Hsnmwmed in ConnecUon With
of County Clerk William R. Coleman feet; thence north 58 deg .“>9 mln. a deposit of 11.600, payable to the
"The Siskiyou people have asked
the smaller state leagues and will
Alleged A'ote Buying
Saturday morning. They returned to east 616.3 feet: thence north 38 deg order of the First National Bank of
start immediately on an active cam | me if the pla-nt was for sale, and I
36 mln. east 256 feet to point of be Portland. Oregon, must be sent to
DANVILLE, Ill., Jan. 24.—The .Medford on the noon train.— Medford ginning. Also a strip of land loO that bank for each bld submitted to
paign. Governor Johnson was the told them that, although it was not
on the market, still, if they wanted grand Jury has begun a real invest I- -Mail-Tribune.
third to sign the articles.
feet wide across lot 5, section 39. the District Forester. Timber upon
to pay the price, they could have It.” gation of the vote buying in Vermil
towtiMlilp 39 south, range 10 east. valid claims Is exempted from sale.
While Mr. Moore would not state lion county. Wholesale confession»
Willamette Meridian, 40 feet on th« The right to reject any and all bid* I*
what the local plant was valued at, he are expected. One hundred bankers
right and 60 feet on the left of the reserved. For further information
A. E. ELDER IS CHOSEN ORILLNASTER said he was willing to let the Siskiyou and politicians have been summoned
center line of the proposed Ixist River and regulations governing sales ad
people have it if they would pay what as witnesses, including every candt-
diversion channel, n» now surveyed dress Forest Supervisor. Crater Na
III.I E PRINT .11 ST ISSI KI) SHOWS a <1 staked out. and descrllM'd an fol- tional Forest, Medford, Oregon.
it was worth.
. date for offline during recent years.
MILITARA- MIEME (LASSES TO
It is understood that they will be
In case the Siskiyou company se
SITE NEAR ROCKY POINT
lows: Parsing through a point in the
GEORGE II. CECIL.
BEG1N DR1LLS THIS WEEK
I < ast line of lot 5, said section 29.
cures the local company's holdings it required to furnish Itemized state
Acting Dial. Forester.
will give them four large electric ments of their campaign expend
1,336 feet east of jn>d 591.6 feet
Mon- Ix>ts W ill Be latid Out as Soon north of the southwest corner of Sec- MWII E OF SETTI.I. ME NI OF AD-
light and power plants.
Girls of Four Upper Classes Receive
Numerous prominent men have
Since they made application for a
as Weather Permit*— Rules for
lion 29. and running thence south 72
MINIHTItATOIt H A(NM)UNT
Instructions in Hewing From
franchise iu Klamath Falls the rate suddenly been "called out of the state
<lcg. 35 mln. west 92.5 feat; then««*
Campers to Observe
has been reduced to one that la the ion business." E. H. Frankenberger.
along the arc of a 16 d«g. curve right
Notice 1» hereby given that William
lowest of any city of this size on the it is reported, who secured th« alleged
100 feet to a point bearing 18. Worden. ndmlnlRtrator of the ee-
I "confession” of City Attorney Frank
Chief Ranger and Acting Supervisor south 33 deg 35 mln. west 100 lato of Alfred L. Sargent, deceased.
"Company 'tenshion!'* "R-r-right
The outcome of the negotiations be Jones, was the first witness sum W. C. Neff of the Crater Lake Nation feet, thence south 88 d«g. 35 I bus filed a final account of his nd-
shoulder arms!” "Squads right, for tween the Siskiyou people and the moned. The greatest interest is In al Forest has prepared a blue print
min. west 520.5 feet; thence along , ministration of said estate, with the
"Smatterlthyou, local corporation is being watched whether Joseph Cannon will be of the vicinity of Pelican Bay and
the arc of a 10 deg. curve left 110 |clerk of the county court. Klamath
among the witnesses.
flocky Point, showing the method of feet to a point bearing south 93 deg. I County, Oregon, and that said court
Before the end of the present week
laying out camping grounds In that 5 mln. west 110 feet; thence south has appointed the hour of 2 o'clock in
the boys of the Central and Riverside
ARE FOI ND GUILTY OF
locality. Speaking of the condition 77 deg. 35 min. west 253 feet; thence ihe afternoon of Monday, the 27th
HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS
schools will be "Hep, hepplng” in
MURDERING STANLEY KETCHEL governing the reservation of camping along the arc of a 6 deg. curve left day of February, 1911, a» the time for
WIN FROM PICKED TRIO
soldierly cadence and learning the
lots by camping parties, Mr. Neff 140 feet to n point bearing south 73 hearing objections, if nny there be, to
principles of military tactics, for be
Walter Dipley and GoMie Smith Sen says:
deg. 23 mln. west 139.9 feet; then«” such final account and the settlement
In the debate at the High school
ginning Thursday, military training
tenced to Ufo I in prison nient
"Along the water front every 1,000 south 69 deg. 11 mln. west 149.2 thereof, at the court room of »aid
auditorium Monday night, the school's
will form part of the course of study
for Slaying Pugilist
feet is a strip of land reserved for feet; intersecting the west line of lot court, in the county court house at tho
debating team won from a picked
for the boys of the fifth, sixth, sev
public camp grounds, free of charge 5 In a point 374 feet north of the city of Klamath Falla, county and
team composed of students of the
enth and eighth grades of the Klam
MARSHFIELD, Mo., Jan. 24.— The applicants receiving these lots southwest corner of sec. 29, trea, »tale aforenald.
ath Falls schools. Until "cadet guns”
Walter Dlpley and Goldie Smith were under the special use must live up to 44.34 acres.
Thia notice is published by order of
"Resolved, That Immigration Into
can be made by the manual training
The proposed sale will be subject to said county court, made and entered
the United States Should Be Further convicted of the murder of Stanley the rules and regulations of the for
classes at the high school, the boys
Restricted by an Educational Test" Ketchell, the pugilist, and were sen- est service, otherwise their permits confirmation by the county court. In the records thereof, on tho 94th
will use brooms In lieu of rifles.
will be revoked and open to another. Klamath county, Oregon.
day of January, 1911.
was the question argued upon, the tenced to life Imprisonment.
A. E. Elder has been selected as
The government does not give title to
Dated January 25, 1911.
fi’-st team, Louis Tolle, Nellie Cogs-
WILLIAM S. WORDEN.
instructor and drillmaster in the new
NEW YORK LEGISLATORE
these lands any more than camping
(Signed) SILAS W. KILGORE,
Administrator of tho Estate of Alfred
department of tactics, and he will
FAVORS HAN FRANGIMO privileges.
I«. Sargent, Deceased.
affirmative. On the negative side the
have about 100 boys under his direc
"As soon as weather permits, lots
debaters were Wilbur Telford, Jessie
tion. Two companies will be formed,
ALBANY, Jan. 24.—The senate by of about half an acre each will be sur
Telford and Jack Edwards. Good
one at each of the schools, and each
arguments were submitted by both a vote of forty to six adopted a con- veyed out along Short and Crystal
will be drilled once a week, the River
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
sides, and the Judges, R. H. Dunbar. current resolution, urging the New Creeks In ample time to give all who
side company Thursday afternoons
Rev. Pratt and Carlisle Yaden, had no York congressional delegation to wish a private camp ground, and
DON J. ZUMWALT,
E. M. BUBB,
and the Central company on the fol
I support San Francisco In the Panama leaving public camping places every
easy task in rendering a decision
President an 1
lowing day. The basements of the
On February 3d the High school exposition fight. The house passed a- 1,060 feet for the traveling public
schools will be used as temporary
debating team will meet the team rep
Map*, Plana, Blue Print*, Etc
armories, but with the coming of
as the private holders the privilege
resenting the Grants Pass High school
pleasant weather drilling will take
In New Quarters
of cutting camp wood and cleaning up
in the State High School Debating
place on the school grounds.
Dr. Truax has moved Into his new around their camp grounds.
The idea of Introducing military
office, a-n excellent suite of rooms in
"These camp grounds must at all
training in the Klamath Falls schools
the Odd Fellows’ building. As yet times be kept neat and clean. All
was formulated last spring by City
Sydney, New South Wales, is the the doctor's telephonic connection has rubbish must be burned. Tin cans
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
School Superintendent Dunbar and farthest in air line distance from Lon- not been completed, but he can be and glass must be buried. No fish
the board of directors, when arrange don of any city of Importance, 10,130 reached by calling into the central offals or trash will be allowed to be
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
ments were made for instruction In miles.
thrown Into the lake or streams.”
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc