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LA FOLLETTE IH MAID TO IIE BE-
IIINI) THE MOVE
flic <Ju«-stlou of a Nullable Name foe
'ITic Party la Puszllug the
where she has remained for uearly
The examination was
made to determine for the satisfac
tion of the court, In which a writ of
habeas corpus has been sworn out,
whether the girl Is a Caucasian of a'
The physical chara< terlstlcs which
1». Is claimed Indicate the presence of
negro blood played a part In the ex
amination, but It was said ail the
accepted tests save one had tlailud.
That one Is the presence of u black
line across one of the girl’s Anger
nails just around wliat Is known as
the "half moon." The presence of
the black line, according to the dot
tore. Is not conclusive, but only raises
a suspicion as to the ancestry of the
child, who will be examined by other
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Feb 33
Senator Robot t M. I,a Follett«* am*
Other republican progressive leaders
are about to bt*-ak away from th«« old
time republican moorings and lead a
movement for a third national party
Foreseeing that the 1912 conventl«« i
will be dominated by Tuft or the con
•mrvutlve wing of th«* organization,
they believe, urcnidlllg to their
friend«. that only a few grudging con-
«««salons to the insurgents will lie
grunted either In the convention <»r
PITTSFIELD, Mass, Feb 28.--A
III legislative matters. The recor.t family of vegetarians live on a farm
organization or the notional republl- In the north woods, three miles from
■ an progressive league 1s said Io have here Mr and Mrs. Alferd Taylor and
be«*n the fl st step toward th«* launch three children ent no meat and drink
Ing of the third party.
nothing but milk or water. All the
Half u dozen nattiea for the new po food for the table, Including cereals,
litical party are under dlacuaalon potato«**, turnips, parsnip««, onions,
One of them Is the "Independent ami cabbage, Is prepar«*d for the table
l*rogr«*uslve Party." Tlmae of the In without cooking Apples form a large
surgent senators who are Interested pnrt of their diet.
In the movement refuse to dlscusa It
Tiler, who Is a Second Adventist,
in any way. and it is probable that believes all meat unclean, and that
the announcement will be made with cooking mak«*s vegetabh-s unhealthy
lhe suddenness with which the ns Their son. O. II. Joyful Tyler, a boy
ttonal republican progressive league of 6, Is a pupil at the Russell School
broke Into the national limelight. of this city, and eats six raw potatoes
Seiiutora Bristow of Kunsus, Clapp of for his luuch«*on Non«* of the child-
Minnesota and Heverldg«* of Indiana ten lias ever lasted meat.
are said to ba willing to go in with
La Follette In th« formnt Ion of the MEDI'OKI» HOTEIA AKE
third party. Regarding Senator Cum
Fl LL OF STRANGERS
mlnga of llwa there 1s some doubt.
Benator-elecf Mlles Poindexter of
MEDFORD, March 1. Each day
Washington. Senator Bourne of Dra brings In more prospective orchardlsts
gon. Senator Brown of Nebraska an<1 to Medford and vicinity. The hotels
.■Senator Borah of Idaho probably will I ar« kept filled to the limit and every
also follow fui Follette In th«* house household In the city who has rooms
twenty or more of th«« Insurgents un to spare has been req nestl'd by the
der the leadership of Reprenestatlve city authorltiiui to throw them open
Victor Murdoeh of Kansas will bolt for rent A tent city with accomoda
Hie G. O. P. banner and ally them- tions for 60 persons la under construc
»elven wlth the new party.
tion and a large modern lodging
, The Inaurgeqts ar« unconcerned as house which will take care of 30
to what Colonel lt<x»scve|t will think roomers la nearly completed
of their Idea They are confident that
Between March 10 and April 10,
the announcement of a "people*« par when the colonist rates are In force,
ty" would inslaV' a favorite lmpr«»snlon ■ n enormous Influx of settlers In the
on the country, and that Mr. Roose Rogue River Valley Is predicted by
velt and wh»« following ho could mus the Eastern railroad authorities f
ter would join the movoment
BIG POU EK LINE IN
FINISHED TX» tl.BANY
SPRINGFIELD, Ore, March 1.—
Th«* Springfield Albany electric traa-
amission line, on«eof the heaviest and
longest In the west. Is practically
complete. Th«« use of this line means
the el<<< trlflcatIon of th«« upper Wil
lamette valley, and by It practically
ev«*ry town »ml village In this «ec
tion w|| receive th««lr electrical on-
«•rgy from the Springfield plant. The
line cannot b<> used until some time
in May. for It awaits the comph-ttbn
of the Springfield and Albany sub
stations where the current Is rslscd
snd lower««! to nnd from 66,000
The line Is 45 miles In length, and
I s» been constructed at a cost of
ov> r 32000 a mile Over this trans-
mission line. Coburg. Harrisburg amt
Junction City are already receiving
light and power, and upon completion
of the substations, Albany an«! Its
neighboring cities will be supplied.
KEFERENDl M MAY IIE
INVOKED ON I NIV ERRITI'
COTT^GN GROVE. March 1. The
University of Oregon appropriations
may have to mil the gauntlet of the
referendum again, If the plana of a
inasH meeting, held hero are carried
Into effect. Th«* meeting was hold to
protest against the big appropriations
of the Icg'Hlature and It was decided,
by the several hundred present by un
animous vote, to Invoke th«» refron-
ditm ugnlnat the university appropria
Money was subscribed and
committees nettled to secure the nec
essary signatures to th«» referendum
petitions to hold up the appropriation
bill until th«* people at the polls, In
1914. can <!■ cld<> whether or not th««
suiiiii voted l>y the legislature shall
Sili» HE HAD "A LITTLE
MOMA ." «itri.iWN» is FOUND
y PRINGFIELD. Mo.. March 1.
James Ilurge, nged hermit, living in
rhe southern part of Springfield, who
lx now on Ills death bed told relatives
hr had a little money hidden away
In the hous«* Search I ex ••uled over
33*1,000. He has made no will, The
man is 82 years of ag«> and had been
a carpenter and contractor.
DENIES SHE IN NEGRO;
EXPERTS CAN'T DECIDE
BALTIMORE. Md„ March 1. In
ivn endeavor to determine sclentifl-
cally the race of a child, staff physi
cians at Johns Hopkins hospital made
an examination of Luella Leftride,
11 years old, who la trying to obtain
her freedom from a negro Institution
M»HI HIV Elt GLEANINGS
The Odd Fellows of Bonanza arc
Mary < oison was visiting her
planning the <* red Ion ut a modern
Mrs Koontz, a few day« last
hail. Bln««* the time of th<< Are the week.
lodge has had no t>ermanent quarters '
a R Hatch and family of Murcola.
for Its meetings Now that prospects <)rl. have moved here and are vlslt-
are somewhat bright for th«- 1 PP®r Ing nt Cha-* Bteemans for a few dwys.
project tin* Odd Fellows reel that
Mrs. Ella Robby has been sick but
they must keep pace with the pro > Is Improving now.
gress of the county. They ««»nteinp-
A number of friends and relatives
late a hall of two stories, ninety f««t
long ami thirty fet wide. The low gav«* Mr* Georgia Booth a surprise on
er story will be fitted up for store Sunday last. It being her birthday.
purposes, whll«* the upper on« will Those present were, Mr. and Mrs.
II F Phillips, Mr and Mrs. John
contain offices and lodge room
Mr. and Mrs S. B. Booth,
Th«* Bachelor's Club Is surely th«*
II vest organization In town. Thirteen Mr. and Mrs Carl Robby, Mrs. Dervln,
g«*ntlem«*n from Poe Valley joined Mrs. Htevenaon and children, Mrs.
In a body
Dr Hitchcock has been LaPrarie, R. L. Alexander. Roy and
appointed asalbtant to th« se<r«*tary. f Rex LaPrarie. Mr. and Mrs. N. Mon
Th«« Athletic Club Is creating const- . son, V. Booth and Carl Robby.
derable interest among th«* young i Th«* ladl«*s aid will meet with Mr«.
men. All th«* regular m«*etlng are Etiman on Wednr*»day March 1.
Then- will be a dance at Levi
well attended During the past week
«wrestling mat. rings trap«*xe, a Wards on Friday night. All are In
horizontal bar, punching bag and vited,
Hugo Apperman Is visiting the I-a-
boxing gloves ha-ve been added to the
i prarl«* boys for a few days.
Next Friday evening th«« Literary
We have all kinds of good things
Society will debate th«* Parcel Post for our n«w town, among which is
These public discussions I th«« promts«* of a furniture store.
of live questions are conducive to Tho»»* wishing Information about
sn Intelligent understanding of gov same will do well to Inqatre st
L«vl McDonald of Klamath Falls
Little Carl Robley has b««en sick
was a visitor In town during the for a few days but Is better now
flrat of the week.
Harry Booth and Glen 8te«man
Dau Driscoll Is paying his Bon
been hauling lumber for Art
anza friends an extended visit Dan
roves about so extensively that we
Anyoti«’ wiHbing to know about the
can't aay as to where he halls from.
He la lately from Salem, but be dance at Eastwood’s can inquire of
w I s I ks to Impress upon his friends Mrs. S. B. Booth a-nd Mrs. Derln.
that he was not a member of the late
be by lhe Court heard, and the time
»■nd place when and where any person
or persons interested In said estate
rtluoiMth 9 «Ils People Have E ouim I may appear and file objections there
to, if any they have.
That Thi» is Tru«
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
on this 23 day of February. 1311,
A cold, a strain, r: sudden wrench
WM 8 WORDEN,
A little cause may hurt the kidneys. Judge of the County Court, State of
Spells of backache often follow
Oregon, tn and for Klamath county.
Or some Irregularity of the urine
C. R DE LAP, Clerk
A certain remedy for such attack’. 2-23-3-23 r.
A medl' ir« that answers every cull
Is Doan Kidney Pills, a true spe- NOTICE OF H97TTI E.MENT oi final
•«count and te-aring of pctitiou
Thousan«!s of people-rely upon It.
for diBcharge off »«Imlolst rater.
Here Is <*ne cas«
P. R. Nelaoa, of Jacksonville, Oore
In the County Court of the State of
sjya: "I first used Doan's Ktdn«*y
Oregon, for the County of Kla
1*111« whl’e in South America and
at that time they relieved me of a
In the matter of the ««state of
severe case of lumbago No doubht
Richard E. Wallis, Deceased.
exposure to all kinds of weather
Notice Is hereby given that J. F
caused my trouble. I could neither
Wallis, as administrator of the estate
bend nor straighten without having
of Richard E. Wallis, deceased, has
Intenao pains in my back and it was
rendered and presented for settle
not until I commenced taking Doan's
ment, and filed in said court, his final
Kidney pills that I found relief.
account of the administration of said
Later while in Hawaii, I had another
estate, and a petition for the approval
slight attack of kidney trouble but
of the same, that be be discharged
I again took Doan's Kidney Pill« and
as said administrator and said estate
was relieved I have told many peo
closed, and that the 20tb day of
ple about this remedy and I have
March 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m.t at
seen several cases of kidney complaint
the court room of said court, at the
quickly cur«*d through Its u«e."
court house, in Klamath Falls, Kla
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
math County, Oregon, has been duly
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
appointed by said court for settle
New York, sole agents for the United
ment of said account and the hearing
of said petition for discharge, and the
Remember the name—-Down's—and closing of said estate, at which time
take no other.
and place any person interested In
ANSWER EVERY CALL
said estate may appear and file his
writing to the said
final account, and contest the same
and show cause, if any, why said ad
ministrator should not be discharged
and said estate closed.
J. F. WALLIS,
Administrator of said estate.
VANN1CE RETTURNH FROM
EXTENDED EASTERN TRIP
E. W. Vannice, who has been in
the East purchasing spring and sum
mer goods for the Golden Rule, has
returned to this city after an absence
of six weeks. While away, Mr. Van-
nice stopped at New York, Chicago,
Boston and other large Eastern cities, SUMMONS: Suit in Equity to tor-
where he bought flne lines of goods
« lose mortgage.
for the local store.
Throughout the East. Mr. Vannice In the Circuit Court of the State of
W Depuy returned last week states, people are greatly Interested
Oregon; for Klamath County.
from near Merrill, where h«* had been in Klamath Falls, and are keeping William Beiloui. Plaintiff, vs. Abel
their eyes on every' move made here.
J J. Curnon and family spent 8un- hunting horses.
Adv and Leona C. Ady, his wife,
Homer Depuy and Walttq Turner He exp«?cts a large number of pros
day with Chas. Gray.
Clarie A. Howie, Charlton E.
Clyde and Ivan Icenblce sjient Sun- came up from White I-ake last wyek. pective settlers here from the East
Howie and Amy L. Howie, his
Jas. Jory returned from Klamath as soon as the colonist rates go into
day with 8 C. Icenblce.
wife, and James Edwin Howie.
II IL Adams Is hauling bay for Falls Tu«?sday night, where he had effect.
taken his nephew, Gorden Quimby.
E. Howie and Amy L.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyons left for Colo OWEN CHAMPION OF THE
Jrnlg und Miss Short spent Sunday
Howie, his wife, defendants
rado Tuesday morning on account of
»uh F F Short and falmly.
WASHINGTON. D. C., March 1.—
T. M Cunningham was up In the Mr. Lyon's h«*alth.
In the name of the state of Oregon,
Mr«. Morgan and Dorothy Morgan
port with the senate committee on You. and each of you, are hereby re
Joe Cox was down from Poe Val- vislt««d at Mrs. Davidson's Wednes
declaring the proposed in quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above
J. C. Mitchell was a passenger crease tn s«*o>nd class postal rates un entitled suit on or before the 1st day
John Shepard spent the first of
WASHINGTON. March 1.—Reply
Thursday morning to supperintend constitutional, unjust and misleading. of April, 1911, that being the day of
ing to a request for Information as the week In Klamath Falls.
To Owen's report was appended the
CI as Gray has purchased the farm the shipping of some cattle.
to whether members of organized
of many publishers, a-11 of the last publication of the summons,
Wednesday «ns a busy day in Mid
nillltla are exempt from United States on which F. F. Short is living.
that the advance and the last day within which you
Robert and Arthur Draughon land. when a horse buyer was buying
are required to answer, as fixed by
Jury duty, the War Dejartment las
would be confiscatory.
the order of publication of this sum
ruled that the section regarding Fed spent, Sunday with Mr. and Mas horses. Jas. Dixon and Joe Wright
bought hors«*» to sell. The buyer al
eral Jurors Is governed by the laws Harris.
LOST—Curly brown water spaniel mons.
The pupils of Pine Grove school ready had quite a band.
If yon fail to appear and answer
of the state in which the particular
female dog, named“Teal." Reward
Mrs. Kelly and son James went to
Federal Court sits and It la within debated tie question; "Resolved that
If returned to Jay Yordy, or the Re the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said com
tl^y discretion of the Federal courts Lincoln »as of greater service to his Klamath Falls Thursday.
tie« Jory hauled wood for the ------------—
a - plaint.
to excuse Jurors for the same reasons country than Washington" last Fri
NOTICE FOR PUBIJCAT1ON
that would result In their excuse from day afternoon. The negatives won. ‘-Spring Lake Bchool Sunday.
Said suit is brought to foreclose a
serving In a state court. Congroa-
mortgage on the following described
(Not Coal Land)
slonal legislation would be necessary ningham acted as Judges.
real property, to-wit:
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Curon, Mr. and age in his test. He Is In the second Department of the Interior. United
to secure a broader exemption from
Lot 4. 5. 8, 9. 10, 11, 12 .13, 14, 15,
States Land Office at Lakeview. 16: the southeast quarter of the
Jury service of members of the mili Mrs. Ctas. Mack. Mr. and Mrs. 8. grade, and is a studious pupil.
W. L Tingley Is IB at the Weed
Oregon. February 20. 1911.
E. Iccnb'ce and Mrs. Robert Draugh-
northeast quarter and the north half
ranch near Weed, and has been under
Notice is hereby given that John of the southeast quarter. Section fif
on visited th«* school last Friday.
the care of a physician.
Joseph Cunningham, whose postoffice teen; also south west quarter, Sec-
E. E. Kirkendall was in Midland address is box 427, Klamath Falls,
t'on lourteen; also lots 8 and 9, and
l;«*|M»rt of Public Library
Oregon, did on the 18th day of April, th_* southeast quarter of the north
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Galloway were '1910, file in this office sworn state
Tb«> following is the regular month
west quarter and the north half of
SACRAMENTO. March 1. -What ly report of th«« public library:
business visitors at the county seat ment and application No. 03329. tc
northwest quarter. Section 22.
la d«*clared to be one of the most
Number of visitors—Afternoons last Thursday.
¡•urehase the E\ BE1,. NW. SE'. . all in Township 40 South, Range 8
wonderful vitality records known la 1.047, evenings 827: total number of
Homer Depuy was absent from SW V* NE^4, section 5. township 37
East, Willamette Meridian, in Klam
tile case of John Miller, who is out of vi-It rs, 1.874.
school Monday and Tuesday.
8 range 10 E. Willam««tte Meridian, ath County, Oregon, and containing
bed with a bullet In the frontal lobe
Rupert and Elmer Sutton spent and the timber theret o, under the
C'rculation of books—Phl’osophy
in all 708.66 acres, more or less.
of his brain and the scar of the fur 4 general works 1, religion 1, soci Sunday with Fred Wieland. •
provisions of the act of June 3, 1878.
SaM mortgage being executed by
row plowed by a second bullet tn the ology 7, useful arts 1. flne arts 3. Ilt-
Mrs. Frances E. Gore left on Tiies- and acts amendatory, known as the
Ady and Leona C. Ady, his wife,
same region. He Is rational.
«-itur«» 11. history 10, travel I, biog- day's train for a visit In California. "Timber and Stone Law." at such
Miller shot and killed hfs wife raphy 6, Action 543. juvenl!-« 125; She has been staying with Mrs. Abel vaule as might be fixed by appraise on the 1st day of March, 1907, in
favor of one L. Ottolini, to secure the
about two weeks ago and tired two f« tai circulation 712.
Adv for several weeks.
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap-
bullets through his own brain. After
Mr. Jorv. Mr. and Mrs. C.*Axle and on have been estimated and valued by payment of a note for 36.566.00, pay
Number of m«*mbershlp cards sold
a successful operation h«* recovered
Mr. and Mrs. Rush kpent Sunday at the applicant, the timber estimated able to the order of the said Ottolini,
Six monttiH 26, one year 4.
due as follows; 3790.50 due on or
cogaclousness and In thro«« days was
Number of fines collected 10.
M 4 00.000 board feet at 31 per M..
before April 1, 1907, and 35775.50
Number of books rented -Nine.
and Hie land nothing; that said appli
Merrill calle«! at Mr. Morgan's Fri cant will offer final proof in support due on before the 1st day of Jan-
uray, 1908, on which there remains
«LIMMMNHI FOR NEW
of his application and sworn state
DEPOT AT SI'KANE
KILLS 4, INJURES e
Mr. Walton has moved to the place ment on the 4th day of May, 1911. be due and unpaid the sum of 35,775.50.
he recently purchased of Mr Myers, fore United States Commissioner R. together with interest thereon at the
SPOKANB, March 1
THE DALLES. Mnrrt 1. Four while Mr. Myers has moved his stock M. Richardson, at Klamath Falls. rate of 7 per cent per annum from
date until paid; and reasonable at
one half million dollars will be ex mon are missing and believed to be , and hay to Mr. Johns' place.
torneys' fee for attorneys' services
panded In the Northern Pacific rail dead and six are Injured as a result
Mr. Adams shipped some horses
Any person Is at liberty to protest
l erefn; said note and mortgage be
road In the erection of a fine new of the explosion of 5000 pounds of from Midland Tuesday.
this purchase before entry, or initiate
depot and establishing grad«« separa dynamite aboard a scow 'n the Co-
J. D. Morgan has been awarded the a contest at any time before the pat ing afterwards assigned to this plain
tion In Sokaue.
lumlda river today, Tbcr«> Is no ex- ««ontract for building six and a half ent issues, by filing a corroborated tiff, of which he is still the owner and
This statement was niMie here planation as to the cause of the acci miles of fence along the new drain affidavit in this office, alleging facts holder. The following of said proper
by Chief Hnglneer W. L. Darling. dent.
which would defeat the entry.
The N tj. Sw H , the Se (4 Sw 14 Sec.
Tin« road will pass through the city
Jas. Jory ard Mr. Morgan went to
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
14. and such portions of lot 2 in
on top of a hlg fill between concrete*,
Klamath Falls Tuesday.
New Lines Bring Niirvcycvl
Sec. 14 and lot 8 in Sec. 15. as lie
walls. The work will start In the
W L. Ttngle.v returned from Weed
SPRINGFIELD. Mo.. Feb. 29.
NOITCE OF APFLIUATION FOR and are situate North of the channel
An electric trolley line from Warsaw Tuesday night.
that connects the Klamath River and
Two million dollars are to be ox-' to Springfield is being surveyed. au*l
Another dance was given at Mr.
P«*ii<l «l by lh<* Milwaukee in running It is believed work on the constru*'- Fisher's on the Island last Frida, In the County Court of the State of the lower Klamath I^tke. and all be
a tunnel under a portion of the biisi- tlon of the road will begin before night.
Oregon tn and for Klamath ing in Tp. 40 3. R. 8 E. W. M.. in
Klamath County, Oregon;
nees district nnd In building tracks July, The proposed l'ne is about
sixty miles In length and will open LOOKED FOR GAS I.EAK WITH
In the matter of the Estate of subsequent to the execution and re
cording of said mortgage, transferred
A « indie — s \ me result Nettie Hammond, Deceased.
up country at pr«*sent having inferior
NEVADA STATE IS NOW
Notice is hereby given thaf J. R. to you by the said defendants. Abel
CLAMPING ON THE Mit
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 23. leak Hammond, administrator of the es- Ady and Leona C. Ady, his wife.
BAILEY NOMINATED A8
ing gas caused a d^tructive explo state of Nettie Hammond, deceased,
This summons Is published In "The
CARSON, Nev., Feb. 23. Nevm’a'a
McVKAGH'S ASSISTANT sion at the Parkview Hotel, near the has presented and filed in this Court Klamath Republican,” a weekly news
dayb ns tho surviving renimi nt o' he
western boundary o* the city. Joseph a final account of the receipt and paper, printed and published In the
' wild nnd wooly West" are num WASHINGTON, Feb 28
President Relchal, the proprietor, who had disbursements of said estate, and his city of Klamath Falls. Oregon, by
bered, If, In addition to closing the Taft has placed In nomination Robert gone to seek the leak with a lighted petltlim and application for discharge, order of Honorable H. L. Benson.
gambling halls, the legislature pacres O. Ralley, of Illinois as assistant cr.ndle, was blown through a parti and the Court has set the 1st day of Judge of said court, and dated Feb
bills now in committee doing g-env .Secretary of the Treasury.
tion and received probably fatal In April, 1911, at 10 a m. of said day, in ruary 15. 1911, the first publication
with wide open liquor laws, prohlb •-
juries. Considerable damage w : ls the courtroom of the county court to be made the 16th day of February,
Ing the sale of cigarettes, prohibitin’
An<l the Mule Went Lame
done to the house hy the explolsion house In the city of Klamath Falls, 1911.
gambling In any form and requiring
"What happen' to dat mule?”
STONE A BARRETT,
and by the Are that followed. ledg Klamath county, state of Oregon, as
one year's residence ar a qualifica*'m
"Why, sah, dat fool mule done kick ers at the hotel fled In their night the time and place when and where
Attorney« for Plaintiff.
said final account and petition will 3-16-3-80 r.
me In de hnld dis mornln’."—Judge. garments.