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Wabash railroad have caused strain
ed relations between the management
and the railroad brotherhoods. For
the first time In the history of the
railroad brotherhoods the four orga NORTH DIVER. MASSACHI SMETTO
nisations ar« acting as u unit under
HAH RINDING COI ItME
an agreement that neither one shall
aettle until all have been granted
n h Miles liy Air I Ju«-, Hut the Stream
lied Mresi hee Over Forty
R uhs I mii Army .May Moya*
LONDON, Feb. 24
A special from
St. Petersburg says a rumor is cur
There Is a stream in Mnsaachusetts
RENO, Nov., Feb. 27. If the rec- rent that a whole army corps of 36,-
ommi'iidutlous of the code commis 000 men Is preparing to reoccupy ■ alhd tho North river. It starts in a
sion iuiw revising the Nevadu atal- Kulja, a district of Chinees Turkes pond near Hanson and runs to the
sett at Hdtuate. it is ten miles by
ules Is carried out criminals con- tan.
air line from Hanson to Hdtuate and
detuned to die lu Nevadu may their
owu quietus make” by the hydro-
the river 1s forty miles long.
This river is probably the most
<yuiilc acid route In prefereme to
remarkable body of water, barring
hanging or shooting, The section <>t
■ the D«a«l s«-a, on this footstool, and
the |>ro|»>s«d statute relating to thin
lisa stood more abuse and bud lan
and recomtnetidi’d by th« commission
r«uds us follows:
guage than the Chicago river. When
Department of Juxtlie H u *| mh I* |||e
"if the defendant ahull elect to vol
the tide Is corning In the river runs
II« »■»•nt Meeting At
uutiirlly Ink» hydrocyanl«' ucld then
. upstream, and not only that, but the
< 'lib ago
lie shall bu provided, ut least ten
upper part of It, which Is fresh water
minutes before th« time set for car
also runs up stream, and the spec
rying the sentence Into effect, by the
tacle of a fresh-water river beating It
WASHINGTON, Feb 27. Antici uphill Is alone enough to call atten
prison physician with a sufficient
quantity of such acid to cause Insian- pating the formation of a multl-mll- tion to Itself.
But there is much
taneous death. Upon delivery of such llon dollar telephone trust, the United more to It than that.
The North river Is noted for bdng
acid to defendant the physician shall Htat»s Department of Justice hus de
explain to him the proper method of tailed spa-clal Hgents to Investigate I the scene of the Rest Indian raid on
taking the same and the effect thereof, < very step taken by representatives i the coast settlements
It Is notable
nn«l there shall bo plainly written or of the Independent Telephone Asso for having given birth to the ship
printed on the receptacle In which ciation. which la meeting in Chicago 'Columbia, whose captain discovered
and named the Columbia river, and
such acid Is contained the following this week.
It Is reported that a plan la being wax the first American vessel to cir
There la «•«»ntalned herein a sufficient
quant If v of hydrocyanic add tn cause I consider««! to comwilldate all the In cumnavigate the world
It la notor
You are au dependent s) stems In the United ious for having suddenly changed Its
thorised to take tty> same for the j
*••*' **>e Bell-Morgan sjlteni. mind on Its course on the night of
purpose of carrying Into execution the I This «'omhlnatlon, If effective would November 27, 1898, when It moved
sentence of death pronounced against ■PPly t<> all toll service and particular- Its mouth three miles to the north
i ly to tliose sections of the country ward. presented the town of Marsh
"If th«- defendant after having elec , wher« competition between pr«*»ent field with a deep harbor, killed three
men and converted about 200.000
ted to take hydrocyanic acid shall ■ systems Is said to bo ruinous
Th«* Department of Justice holds acres of prime meadow land Into a
fall or refuse to take the same, he
»hall be forthwith hanged by the neck II hat th<< project Is likely to becom«* salt marsh.
la combination In restraint of trad«'
But the chief thing about the river
nnd it Is probable that any steps tak- is Its crookedness
This river Is so
! »o toward Its completion may be con- crooked that It double-crosses itself.
I xldered Illegal Mid action begun at If you don't believe it, go and see.
There la one place In Hanover where,
On th«* part of th» promotera of by making three loops, the river
SEVERAL CITIES CHARGED WITH the combine it la likely that an in- move steward the sea for a distance
junction will bti sought to prevent of almost fifty feet and meanders
the Interfernce of the government.
about for fifteen miles In doing It.
MURDERERS MAY SET CHOICE
March, 1911, before It M illcbard
son. United Stales Commissioner, st
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
An) person Is at liberty to protest
COUNSELOR AT LAW
this purchase before entry, or Initiate ,
KLAMATH FALJJ4, OREGON
a contest at any time before patent
HOOMS 7 as. MURDOCK ILOG
Issues, by filing a corroborated affi
davit In this office, alleging facts
»H C. P. MASON
which would defeat the entry.
ARTHUR W ORTON,
1-9 3 6
n American Bank A Trust Com
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Not Coal Land)
C. C. BROWER
Department of the Interior. United
States l-and Office at I-akevlew,
Oregon, January 25, 1911.
BLNSON 4 STONE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Notice Is hereby given that August
Pieh, whose postoffice address I*
and Trant Bldg.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, did, on th-
F-LLS - OREGON
i 7th day of April. 1910, file In this
office sworn statement and applica
tion, No. 03285, to purchase the Ntj
. HW %, B'A NW>4 section 5, town-
ATTORNEY AT LAU
Missive Taken From Body of Dead j ship 37 8. range 10 E. Willamette
Law practice State and Fed
Confederate S«»l<li«-r lt«-U4 -hrs
meridian, and the timber thereon,
under the provisions of the set of
Examiner of Iuand Title*
June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory,
First National Hank BI» h k
known as the "Timber and Stone
ST ALBANS. Vt„ Feb. 27,—A let l-aw,” at such value as might be fixed
ter which went astray on a Virginia by appraisement, and that, pursuant
battlefield over 4 6 years ago ban just to such application, the land and FRED WESTERFELD
been sent to th» person for whom It timber thereon have been estimated
and valued by the applicant, the tim
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Major Seymour H. Wood of this ber estimated 800,000 board feet at
city, who serv--<! in the First Vermor-t 50 dents per M, and the land noth
Csvalry In the Civil War, has mailed
to Hrs Mildred Michel! of Norfolk. final proof in support of his applica
WILL A. LEONARD
Vs., a l-ter tak< n by Henry C. Pom- tion and sworn statement on the Sth
j ery of St. Albans, a soldier in the day of April, 1911, before United
| First Vermont from the effects of h States Commissioner R. M. Richard
U bile-.MMddox l>l«lg
' Confederate soldier, apparently d«-ad son, at Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any person Is at liberty to protest
'when the Vermouters r-ade a- chnrg-
■ «> ii the Confeder.-»U» works at Ftohet » this purchase before entry, or Ini
Illi, Va , Beptember22, I»64. The tiate a contest at any time before
wrltter was P. V. Harris of Companv i patent Issuer, by flllnr n "orroborated
Reinforced Concrete Retaining Wall*
A, Forty-second (or Twelfth—the ad- affidavit In this office, alleging facts
D«‘*lgned and Constructed
dr»-ss not being perfectly legible) Vir which would defeat the entry.
117 Fourth St., Klamath Falls. Ore.
ginia Volunteer Infantry, In one of
82 Second St., San Francisco. Cai.
the brigades of Gordon's Division,
Breckinridge's Corps. As the letter
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
is dated September 22, 1864, it is evi
dent it was written the very day of
United States Commissioner
It Is addresed to Miss In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Klamath County, Es
Millie Snead. Yynchburg, Va., and to
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
tate of John M. Clifford, De
It Is affixed a Confederate stamp. The
Miss Millie Snead of that day is now
Office, Third and Main, opposite Citj
Mrs. Mitchell who is a widow and in
Hav ingbeen duly appointed admln-
IHrvctor Durand Has Taken the Mat
charge of the linen room of the Nor- I Istrator of the above entitled estate,
ter l’p Directly With the De-
all persons having claims against REGISTERED
partaient of Justice
Pomerby lost the letter shortly af the said John M Clifford, deceased,
ter the war. but it was found recent are hereby notified to present the
1 have some fine young registered
HAD NOTHING OVER HIS Vol TH I HILL INTRODKED INTO IP IT It
ly in a collection of war relics.
same properly verified to me at my Holstein bulls for sale; A-l stock and
WASHINGTON. Feb 25. A con
M F LOOSELEY. Ft.
HOI HEH OF CONGRESS
‘ office in the Court House at Klamath acclimated
■Iderable part of the annual report
Falls. Oregon, within six months
tor 1909-10 which Census Directot
FRIHUD laiUill COI NS IL TAKES I from the date of the first publication
Durand has transmitted to Secretary I WIID miii * Mild HjMUi Gave Fant Fxlil Mi-aoiire Wa* Favored By President
STAND ON THE MATTER
i of this notice.
Nagel of the Department of Commerce
l>ltl«n; as Also Did Allen
Taft In lii* Annual
R. M. RICHARDSON.
clearer call on or write.
and Labor Is devoted to the subject
I’rcxidrnt Taft and Stale lx*giklatur>- Administrator of the Estate of John
W W MASTEN
of overcountlng or "padding", and
Also MHiled Copies of the
[ M. Clifford. Deceased.
Klamath Fan* «r*
iiiidvrcountlng the population; of sev
Date of first publication of this
eral deliberate conspiracies between
lx>vem of the boxing game were
WASHINGTON. Feb. 27.—A Bui-
Notice. February 23rd. 1911.
private Individuals and local special trekletl to one of the cleanest exhi ■ eau of National Parks will soon be
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb 25—De
D. V KUYKENDALL,
agents and enumerators to Inflate bitions of that sport that has ever < ■ nted. If a bill simultaneously lutro- nouncing the federal government for
two or four horses for farm
Atty for Administrator
■onsus returns, of the desirability of been pulle«1 off here Friday night uiicl <I In the house by repr"S«,ntn«lve hampering the insurgents along the 2-23-3-23 r.
1 work In exchange for their winter's
a Federal law prohibiting the un when C F Tucker and Jack Unken thiv.dson. of Wisconsin, st.-l In the Mexican border and declaring It to be
H. G. FAIRCLO,
official circulation of printed slips bach met In a twenty round bout at Sei.ate by Senator Smoot of Utah, part of a project to aid Dias, which
♦♦»990»»»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦090 O C »9 » 1
containing census questions; and of Houston's opera house.
be » -lactiAl Into law. It Is the purpose originated in Wall street, the San
i be extent of the margin of error in
%Tuck»r was the first to enter th«* of the bill to pla'c.the control and Francisco labor council unanimously
the Thirteenth Census count.
J ring, followed by his seconds, Cecil r«rnfgement of nail-msi parks and passed resolutions urging congress to
tion is indicat
After careful Investigation of the End, Jack Crawford and H. Mueller ii.iuiuments and rese.'tailune under recognise the Insurgents', provisional
On Klamath Avenue
ed in all ordi
i «turns and schedules by expert clerks Uukenbach was attended by “Kid" one bureau. Instead of. as at present, government of Mexico. Copies of the
nary diseases of
near O- K. Feed Barn
in the bureau, it was found necessary Span. Harry Burroughs and the ever hav ug them controlled bv scveial
memorial have been sent to President
to correct the population figures for Irrepressible George Ma-pleson
; r< *ld«nt Taft reommeiided ;h» Taft, congress and the California leg
«ome 23 cltlea of the United States,
The content was an interesting one crcnU-. n of such a- bureau in his au- islature.
g.od effects be
whose census returns had beeu in throughout and at the end of the af ■tual ini «age. The Secretary .»I th«
Horseshoeing a Specialty
accurately made, or "padded" either fair both mutt apiieared fresh enough inter or is known to (av.»r the plan
trona tuo very
intentionally or through carrlraannaa tr continue indefinitely, though Tuck and in his annul rro sug. t > the Presi WOMAN, IOK, DIES IN ARMS
first. It Is com
or error. In no case. however, was er at this time seemed to be In n Cent mid:
F. T. ALLEN AND
posed of the
any correction In the population fig- slightly better condition.
E. H. PATTERSON
ures made without first conducting
Round after round (hissed, with the accomplishment of these proposi
old. said !
n careful Investigation In the city both men doing their utmost to gain tions. to creste a bureau of National Francis Esper, 108 years
an advantage, be It ever so slight, and parks and resorts, and the planning
and other har
mful drugs be
The Director states that In aeveral while occasionally one could hear under it of a consistent and broadly died in the arms of her 111-year-old
cities there seems to have been a a bystander claim n "Tucker's round" considered scheme for national parks husband from burns received when
The many dis
deliberate conspiracy btween private or 'That's Jack's round." the general and resorts to fit the future n«»«xis her clothing caught fire from an open
Individuals and some of the special Impression that it was anybody's fight I of the United States government, grate. Mr. and Mrs. Esper have been
married 91 years.
agents or enumerator», or both, to up to the very end.
would be In line with the policy
inflate, fraudulently, the census re
Unkenbach did at least two-thirds under which our first President plsn-
It would be Inadvisable to | of the leading, and this should have ned in 1803 tb«> federal city which LITERARY EXERCISES
der her liable
present the evidence of such consplr- ■ been taken Into consideration by the now bears bls name. Without such
AT THE HIGH SCHOOL
to many functional disorders that
•ides tn any Individual case at the referee, Jas Hansbrough, when ren- planning no such civic convenence.
not only tend to destroy her comfort
and happiness, but which gradually
present time, as only after Investing-' derlng his decision, for in the minds beauty. Impressiveness and national
The students of the County High
merge Into chronic and serious dls-
tlon by the Department of Justice | of th«' audience this more than offset dignity as the city of Washington school held their n*gulsr literary pro
> nd the possible ensuing prosecutions ‘ the slight advantage Tucker gained now enjoys, would have been pot«sl- gram In th«* assembly room Friday af
Nyal's Vegetable Proecrlptlon to
will the facta be fuly known.
ternoon Apropros of the season there
in the closing rounds.
without a peer for the successful
treetmnet of female weakness, pain
By direction of the President, the
At no time up to the eighteenth
The Government now maintains I were several patriotic numbers on the
ful and disordered menstrutatlon,
Census Bureau has already laid the round did either man have the slight nine national parks, and several other I program, and "Washington's Fare
hysteria, cramps, "bearing down
facts thus far ascertained with regard est advantage, but from that time on smaller parks and reservations, the well Address" was delivered by Glen
pains," Inflammation and failing of
to several cases of "padding" before Tucker showed his wonderful vitality total area of which is 4.606.153 acres. ■ Garrett.
This la a remedy of
the pepartment of Justice, and other by doing the fastest work of the en During the last five years 3281.515
cams will shortly be brought to Its tire show, and It Is greatly to Unken was apropriated for. and 3152.871
NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION
UNDERWOODS PH ARA NO!
bach's credit that he was able to save received in the way of revenue from
For an up-to-date wheel, get
(Not Coal Land)
Up to tho present time Indictments himself from going down
the nine national parks. Th«» revenue I
a Rambler, on sale at the GUN
Department of the Iaterior. United
have b«»en brought and convictions
When al) things arc taken Into con Is derived largely from concessions
STORE. For sale or rent.
»«cured In the case of three enumera sideration, Link's friends have good made to Individuals or companicsi for
Tents to rent. Guns. We carry
tors in Great Falls, Mont., and In cause to feel proud of him. It was cperatlng transportation facilities,
a full line of 8porting Goode.
Notice to hereby given that Mary
dictments have been secured, which hie first main-event affair, and to be hotels, and lunch stations'
Send for free illustrated catalog; larg
R. Motschenbachsr, whose postofflee
are now pending trial. In the cese of pitted against such a past-master of
The bill Introduced provides for the
ed list in Virginia.
addreM is at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
<>ne enumerator in Beattie, Wash., and the game ns Tucker, a man who appointment of a commissioner with
CASSELMAN A CO.. Richmond Va.
did, on the 3d dsy of March, 1910, fill
<>f three enumerators and one special knows the business from start to such experts and assistants as Con
THE GUN STORE
in this office sworn statement and;
agent In Fort Smith, Ark.
finish and one of the best ring gener gress may form time to time author
application No. 03071, to purchase-
<1. B. CHAMBERS
It Is not believed that the errors als of the day. and to make such a ise, and appropriates 375,000 for
the NWU NE<4, NEU 8EU, BEU :
and fraud in the present census in gallant showing was greatly to his malntenunce of th«* Bureau.
NEU. 8WH NBH section 15. town
any way exceeded those in previous credit.
ship 37 south, range 9 oast. Willam
M ■ L J J N L J
census; on tho contrary, it Is very
During the Inst two or three round»
™ J . m ■ j
ette meridian, and the timber there- ,
likely that th«*y were lees extensive. Referee Hansbrough had his hands NTVDV OF RETTER SCHOOL
■ ■ ■■ k H fn 1
9 Ji old! Z READY TO MAIL
on, under the provisions of the art of >
«Dealer effort, however was given at full, and, to tell the truth, he was SO
SANITATION HEINO MADE June 3, 1878. and acts amendatory, Tbs laadtoe S««d Catalss sf *lbs Was*—
ihe present census than at any preced overworked that he was nenrer out
Uh'sCatala«. Ysor 1011 ara* daoaeds
known as the "Timber and 8tone" a* GOOD saad—Saad far (Ms Calata«
ing to tho invest I gat Ion of the correct: than either of the fighters. In fact,
With a view of maintaining health lay," at such value as might be fixed aad «a* the baa*. Write aaw ta the
iiees of the returns, nnd consequently public opinion Is that this had a great
In the xhool room», and conserving by appraisement, and that, pursuant CHAS. H. LILLY CO„ Seattle, Wn.
••rros nnd frauds were discovered In deal to do with his decision—that he
vitality and realative power to dis- to such application, the land and tim
a larger number of cases than at any was too tired to raise a hand of each
«tue in school children, tho depart- ber thereon have been estimated by
fighter, and Just grubbed the first one
inent of Bacteriology In the University applicant at a total of 3400, the tim
he naw and raised it. to denote the
of Oregon is making a comparative ber estimated at 400,000 board feet
Tmlnmm Ask Increase».
itudy of the actual conditions of ven at 31 per M. and the land, 3400: that
CHICAGO,, Feb 26.-- Demands for
tilation and heating in the school said applicant will offer Anal proof
J. F. Henley and wife of Merrill are
iBcrensed wages for engineers, Bre
luildlngs of the state. The results In support of her application and
men, conductors und trainmen on the Maying at the Baldwin while visiting will be set forth in a bulletin to aid sworn statement on the 10th day of
in developing the proper sanitary con
ditions In both city and country school
buildings, which will be servlcah!«
to school boards In tt.s construction
of new buildings anal the remodeling
Statistics show that the vital resist
ance of children falls off with the be
ginning of school age.
also has repeatedly shown that e
much shorter time under strictly san
itary conditions, with abundant fresh
air, Is productive of greater results
In the school room than a longer
time In unsanitary rooms.
exaggerated «-sample, witness the
open air schools In England and Ger-
tetter Reaches Its Destination
E. L. ELLIOTT
H. H. SEARS
TUCKER GETS CLOSE DECISION
New Blacksmith Shop
OLD VIRGINIA FARMS FOR SALE