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EOO MUCH LAND
A VIEW GIVEN FROM AITOIMTR' I
SAY MOTOR TRUCK IS MORE USEFUL
that Mr Keen« was responsible for
the failure of the pool and that
young Ronan, knowing the collapse
was Imminent, turned hla knowledge
(-APTAIN FKRGt'HON IN MAKING TROOPN MAY ENCAMI* OPPOSITE
to good account.
Mr. Kern« knew nothing of his
transactions, he teetlA«d, and he
kept the stock In hla own ssfqty
\<-ter aas of Hpanish-American (am- Anny Oflhcr» 'Hilnk It Highly l'rol>-
MANY TRAINEO MEN ME AttlLABLf THREE OF 000 DIVISIONS UY 00
iwlgn and ei-Guardewtrn Inter-
TEAM WILL HE ORGANIZED MUN
««Gil in tlw Movement
Guards May Advance
MEXICO CITY, March 11- Mex
There Is Tfelcnt Galore for the Forma
manding company L, Third Infantry. ican troops will be rushed' to the bor
tion of u Rattling Good Base.
Oregon National Guard, stationed at der to encamp opposite the American
I mi II Tram
MEDFORD MAN U ANNOI 1 ATEI»
WITH C. J. HEIDTMAN
C. C. BROWER
Whitman, formerly trsaa-
COUNSELOR AT LAW
urer and msnager of the Eagle phar-
KLAMATH FALLA, OREGON
macy at Medford, has purchased a
ROOMS TAB, MURDOCK BLDO
half Interest from C. J. Heidtman In
Heidtman's pharmacy, and the drug
OR. C. P. MASON
flrm will hereafter be known as
Heidtman A Whitman.
One of the first undertakings of | t*rh< e in American Bank A Tm»t t'-om
the now firm will be tbe enlargement
of their store and stock, and on or
about April 1st the location will be
changed to the Bristol building, Qiiktr-
tera in which have been leased, Thi«
store Is to be fitted with the Mesi
appliances and fixtures, and the »tori
ATTORNEY AT LAW
to be carried by the concern will be
General 1-aw Practice State ai«i Fed
the largest of Its kind In the city.
Like Mr Heidtman, Mr Whitman |
of Land Title«
Is a first class pharmacist, with many [
Bank Bl<« k
years of practical experience.
rangements have been made wherebj I
one or the other will be In the store
at all times, In order to give the 1>est FREO WESTERFELD
possible attrition to the filling of
every prescription brought In.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Over Star Drug Store
E. L. ELLIOTT
Pendleton, who Is spending a few troops, and be prepared to resist in
days In this city renewing acquaint vasion. If martial law is declared in
The baseball bug has uppareed
la Mahl, Could Ile Belter
ances, Is also here on another mission, Chihuahua and Coahuilla, tomorrow
after Its hibernation of several
tliat of trying to organize a National by the Mexican congress, which will
months, and baa already commenced
Guard company here. Just before be convened in an extraordinary ses
Its deadly work among tht< fans and
leaving for Klamath Falla, Captain sion here. It is probable that tbe
Tim folowl ng from a recant Issue players of Klamath Falls. The sport Ferguson was delegated by Adjutant Mexicans will encamp near Juarez.
of the Portland T«l«grarn, shows how ing page of all the papers Is Arat General Flnzer, commanding the state
sought now, and the dopa about the
som>Ft(|liik of the aim'd:
troops, to make lnv<-atlgatlons here to
May I' m Ttiree Divisions
prospects of the Heavers. Angela.
To aay that the use of the motor
find the possibilities tf organizing.
D. C., March 11.—
H«als, Cubs. Pirates and Giants la
truck In all fields of business offers a
There are n great many men In That the war department has usurped
aolutlon to the problem of the present
Klamath Falls who are well versed In 1 the functions of the state department
Ixical baseball prospects are also a
high coat of living may on the face of
military training, numbering among In the Mexican situation was seen to
Il auem like an absurd statement; and
them ex-guardsmen, regulars and vol-1 day In the fact that Secretary Knox
yet, when the facta ate considered, It mation of a team is next In order untcers, veterans of the Spanish- had not been consulted previous to NEW APARTMENT HOUSE I«
LEASED ITY E. B. HA LI.
will be seen that the elimination of Nearly all the stars of last year's ag American war. Al) of these are en the giving of orders for the military
WILL A. LEONARD
the horse will be a great step toward gregation are on hand, and there st « dorsing the n^ovement, and there are mobilization.
Army officers predict
a reduction In the prices of foodstuffs
n number of young men here who are now that the Second and Third divi
who rnadu such a rep for* himself in
I that the lodging house being erected
and other nocesaary commodities.
< llglble for enlisting. The closeness sions of the army will be called Into
'Hie average city man finds It dif the Northwest league circles, la In to the grounds near Fort Klamath service upon the despatch of the First by E. G. Argraves on Second street
has been leased by Mr. and Mrs. E.
ficult to realise the extent to which our midst to stay, and he will be out leased by the United States govern ! Into Mexico.
Walter Cooper, who
B. Hall, who conduct the Baldwin ho
the horse occupies the valuable farm for a position
merit for maneuvering purposes la yet
The war department is proceeding tel. This will be conducted In con
lands and would be astonished to
another strong argument In favor of as though trouble Is certain. The oc
nection with tbe Baldwin, and the new
C I V I L E N G I N E E K
learn of the number of millions of gon City, 1s another diamond star the organization of a company.
cupation of the border Is planned for lesaees are already preparing to fur-
< on« rete Retaining Walls
acres that are devoted to the raising
Since the Spanish-Amerban war a year, It is said, and should the
Denigiicd and Constructed
of oats and hay. As economists have has It over a good many, and ho has tiic old time militia, with its brilliant > troops now en route to the border ad ulsh the building.
The new building la one of the most 117 Fourth St., Klamath Falls, Oro.
shown (hat the high coat of living Is played In fast company for several uniform and useless equipment has, vance Into Mexico and Ixiwer Califor
rooming houses in Klam 82 Second St.. San Francis««. Cal.
partly duo to the scarcity of farm
I'Msscd Into history, and now the mill-1 nia, the Second division of 15,000
lands near the large cities and con latter part of last season. Cooper Human is und«r government control. . regulars will be mobilized on the bor ath Falls, being complete in steam
heat and other conveniences. Garrett R
gested Industrial centers. It follows played several games with the Trt- usea the same drill manual aa the . der.
If this division advances the
that If lands which at present ar^ Clty l,«ague, the fast seml-pro. or- ri-rular. has the same arms, equip- : Third division, comprising the Nation A Acteson have the contract for the
building, and from the way the work
United States Commissioner
used for pasturing the horse and rais gsnlxatlon In and around Portland
n<> nt and uniform as the regular, and I al Guard of the Pacific and Soutwest-
Cale Oliver, who nucrcssfiilly man
Is progressing they will have tbe place
ing hla oata and hay can be convert
is sworn to go to the front In time of I ern.states, will be called out.
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
ready to turn over to tbe Halls In the
ed Into arres on which products for aged last year’s team, will act In the war for nine months, thus giving the
human consumption may be grown
nation time to organize a volunteer j
"It's a Bluff." Hay Rebels
the price of foodstuffs will be corres
WASHINGTON. I> C.. March 11.—
The motor formation of a team will b«> held Sun
Th« National Guard Is considered Revolutionary leaders here today is WIFE-BEATER SHRINKS
truck needs uo pasture and Its fuel
.. most Important portion of the Ashl sued a statement saying that despite
clear««, call on or write.
Is obtained f’otn sections of the coun Commerce, when organization will be ing force of the I'nlti-d States, and the th« official denials that Mexico would
try that are unauited to agricultural taken up.
government plainly shows this by the not countenance Uncle Sam's Inter
purposes and consequently It Inter-
amount ‘of money expended every vention. Diaz would really welcome It. spectacle was witnessed in the crl-jia «tf
mlaal court here today of a white
terfercs In no way with the natural MAN IN TAKING < HK'KENH
year for joint maneuvers with the reg
TO ALANKAN GOLD Fl EMM
man. who had brutally beaten his
tesotirces of the land.
ular army. During these maneuvers J
I.-VOO nt Ran Diego
wife, pleading for mercy when he
This phase of the manner tn which
I the mllltlamau lives the life of a sol-
SAN INEGO, March 11.—The tor
I want two or four .horses for farm
the motor truck may eventually re First Ntcanw-r of Hcaaon to Go to idler and gets the practical training in pedo boat destroyer I-awrence arrived heard the sentence of Ave lashes at
work in exchange for their winter's
the whipping post and imprisonment, i
dos« the cost of living Is in addition
, the art of warfare,
here from Mare Island today. The
H. 0. FAIRCLO,
Illg Poultry Farm
to the more direct effect that the use
Should a militia' company be organ expectation is that the smaller boats But there was no mercy because the.
of the machine has on the expense
ized here It would be In the Southern will soon receive orders to move testimony showed that Frank Mc
of the transportation of raw and Mu
Oregon district. The companies In south.
times, choked her and then took < *
lshed merchandise between producer, rush for the gold Aelds of Alaska has this district comprise the Fourth Ore
Ten companies of the Tenth In
manufacturer and consumer.
The I already begun, although there Is no gon infantry, and they are command- fantry arrived today, aldo the trans from her more than |20.
farmer *»ho uses a motor to haul his accounting for the early migration to | < d by Colonel Yoran. who Is stationed port Buffalo, with 500 marines on
products to the nearest shipping point i the froten Adda.
. at Eugene.
board. The Gunboat Yorktown is al
On Klamath Avenue
The steamer Admiral Samson Is
can carry greater loads and In quicker
A quiet marriage took place Thurs- 1
near O- K. Feed Bam
time than would be the case were a steaming out of Puget Sound on the
General Tasker Bliss, commanding day «evening, when Pearl'A. Davidson < >
team of horses used, and perishable
here, says be knows nothing of why became the wife of Samuel Woodard. ' ’
goods will thus reach thelrf desti north ports. All pasaengera' 'accom
the troops are mobilized, but that he The bride is the daughter of A. V. < •
nation In much better condition. modations were taken long before the
would like to know. He said the men Davidson of Midland, and the groom < > Horseshoeing a Specialty
What applies to the farmer bolds hour of sailing last night, and the
are chaffing at the delay. There are is a well known resident of the city. ! J
to even a greater extent In the Vss- vessel has 1,000 tons of freight in
practically 4,500 troops, marines and
F T. ALLEN AND :
of the manufacturer and merchant,, her hold biwides.
Orders I aaued Not to Discliarm* Men sailors here.
Mrs. Underwood Recovering
Among the passengers is B. W
E. H. PATTERSON !
who handle their products at the
WI kmm * Terms Have Expired
Mrs. C. H. Underwood, who under
other end of the line, and hundreds Johnson, who takes twelve head of
NATIONAL GUARDS GETTING
But to Hold Ttu-m
went an operation Wednesday, Is ral
of Instances are on record In which horses and several crates of live
INTO SHAPE FOR ACTION lying splendidly, and an early recov
It Is proved that the cost per pound,
ery is looked for. The operation
ton or package of hauling or deliver In Idltarod, the farthest north mining
SEATTLE, March 13.—An agree-
OLYMPIA, Wash.. March ll.—On performed by Drs. Hamilton
tion is indicat
ing by motor trucks Is from 15 to camp, whore 4.000 people aro winter ment in the enlistment contract the j orders received here from Washing
ed in ail ordi
.16 per cent cheaper than In the case ing. Johnson's chickens will be the government has the authority to en- ' ton, the National Guard organizations Fisher.
nary diseases of
only ones within 500 miles of Idlin'-
where the horse Is used
force In time of war. requiring men In the principal cities of this state are
rod. and he Is Agurlng on charging |6
The Savidge Bros. Lumber comr-a-
to remain |n tbe service a year after > recruiting to bring their companies
a dozen for the eggs. More than 100
ny are having their mill and all their
»«Al» HARD FIGHT
their enlistment has expired, has beer. up to the war standard. Drilling has
g'.od effects be
WITH A MAI* IXMi of the passengers are bound for the , lu' oked at the Bremerton navy yard. been increased from one to three other buildings painted.
! Orders were received from Washlng- times a week.
1 roiu la : ivrj
I 0 —Believing
lrst. It is com
(ton today not to discharge any en-
posed of tLS
that he might be afflicted with hy MAJOR AND MRN. WORDEN
I'stcd men on the expiration of their Troops Arriving From North on All
drophobia, caused from an encounter
four-yesr term, but to hold them In
Incoming Trains, and (Yampa
Holstein bulls for sale; A-l stock and
with n mad dog. A. G. Basket, a
the service until further orders.
M. F. LOOSELET, Ft
rancher residing In vicinity of Wild
Orders have been issued to recruit?
proved, While the Major I xx>kk
and other har
Horae, bordering on the Eastern Ore
| Ing parties to use every effort to per- SAN ANTONIO, Marci) 11—This city —
mful drugs be
Hale and Hearty
gon and Western Idaho country, has
' susde civilians to enlist, especially in is rapidly taking on the appearance For the Ambit loos
been rushed to a local hospital In
the Marine corps, which Is adapted'to of an armed camp. Troops are ar
The many dis
Major and Mrs. Chas E Worden service either on land or sea.
the city. It la hoped the disease can
riving on all trains.
returner last Friday from California,
be warded off.
At no time since the Spanish-Amer Wilkins, Chief of the subsistence de
Haskett declares that many coyo where they have been spending the ican war has the government Invoked
partment today took charge of the
tes racing rampant over that section winter at their Oakland home. Dur its right to hold men In service long gigantic taak of feeding the soldiers.
of the country attacked doga and cat ing their absence they visited South er than the length of tbe regular en
der her liable
tle, creating a panic. Saturday night ern California, and enjoyed a number listment.
to many Functional disorders that
Enlistments in the na-vy Many army officers are of the opinion
not only tend to destroy her comfort
a large St. Bernard rushed suddenly of sea trips to Seattle and other points and marine corpa are tor four years, that the chief reason for the hurried
and happiness, but which gradually
at Haskett and lacerated bis hands on the coast. Considerable auxlety with a proviso that it may be extend movement was to test the efficiency
merge Inta chronic and serious dis-
by his bites. After a desperate strug
ed to Ave years In case of emergency. of the army and ascertain how quick
gle the rancher choked the dog to Worden's health before her departure, Men held more than four years re
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription is
ly mobilisation cauld be effected.
but the change has been very beneA- ceive a bonus.
without a peer far the succanful
treatmnet of female weakness, pain
clal, and she returns fully recovered
The order is reported to have been
SAN ANTONIO. March 11—Two
ful and disordered menstrutatlon.
NAW'H TEETH CACHE THE
Imued to the entire service of both companies of engineers with pontoon
hysteria, cramps, "bearing down
U*MH OF HAY'S FINGER
the army and the navy.
pains," Inflammation and falling of
Thio is a remedy of
The enlisted men here who have tire Arst division across the Rio
As might be expected the Major nearly completed their four-year en
While sawing wood at his home In
Grande, arrived today from Fort
Hblpplngton, J. P. Day caught hla couldn't resist mixing a little business listment aro not displeased with the Lea ven worth.
At my officers admit
right hand In the teeth of the saw, with hla vacation trip, and he pulled prospet of putting in another year, that such unwieldly equipment pre
Cor. 7th and Mala Streets
For an up-to-date wheel, get
badly lasceratlng three of hla Angers.
as they arc eager for a chance to go cludes its use for ordinary maneuvers.
Klamath Falls .... Oregon
to the front, where these Is prospect Thirty Hat cars were necessary to
a Rambler, on sale at the GUN
Dr. Wright, who was summoned,
STORE. For sale or rent.
found It nocesaary to amputate the part In securing new industries and of active service.
transport the pontoons.
Although the others Investors for Klamath county.
Tents to rent. Guns. We carry
uro badly cut, the doctor hopes to aavs
a full line of Sporting Goods.
WANT EXTRA SEMION OF
Send for free illustrated catalog; larg-
MINISTER OF FINANCE RESENTS
ect list in Virginia.
HILLMAN DKCLAREN HE
• U. S. INTERFERENCE
Mr. Day’s right hand seems to be
CASSELMAN A OOM Richmond Ya.
WILL APPEAL CANE
out of luck. Only a few months ago
OLYMPIA. March 11.—Following Nayx Ilia C obs try la Perfectly Capable
THE GUN STORE
the Anger amputated last Friday was
SEATTLE. March 11.—At liberty the adjournment of the legislature
Of l*rotecting Foreign
badly torn by barbed wire, and ampu on (100,000 bail, Clarence Hillman, yesterday, the King county delega
J. B. CHAMBERS
tation was narrowly averted at that the millionaire town site promoter, tion this afternoon presented ar peti
NEW YORK, March 11—Taking
who was found guilty of using the tion to governor Hay. requesting an direct issue with President Taft. Li
malls to defraud, declared today that extra session to consider the reap- mantour, tbe Mexican Minister of
TELEPHONE ROY GETS
he would appeal hie case to the high portlonment of the state roads funds Finance today declared that there
READY TO MAIL
•30,000 THROUGH TIP est courts. Hillman was convicted on
existed no excuse for American in
thirteen counts. The trial lasted six
tervention in Mexico. He said that
FATHER IS AT FUNERAL Mexico under no circumstances would
NEW YORK. March 10--W. J. weeks.
Honan, a telephone boy In the ofllc»
AnrwMMnSIn« a »»Mek »«4 HeewiyUge yt
qnlBkly «Mortain our opinion fru« wbMhprwn
MENPHIS. March 7.- Three-year-
Move« to New lax-alion
of James R Keene, made (30,000 in
In his statement Limantour said
Tony Castel lx moving his saloon ol<i Frances Lee Deaton was burned that conditions in Mexico the last two
u Wall Street speculation, according
to hie testimony today In the bank location from the Exchange building to death at the hour her father. W. days improved. He denied Dias be
eilkeel «buse, la IM
ruptcy proceedings of l<athrop, Has to. the old First National bank build C. Deaton, was attending the funeral ing sick as reported, and said that
kins A Company, one of the Stock ing. In quarters being remodeled for of his brother, Guy Deaton, at Ba’es Mexico will! protect all foreign Intsr-
Exchange Arms caught In th« collaps his occupancy under the Baldwin ville. Miss. The child’s clothing ran ests. The presence of the American
hotel. "The Colonel" expects to be Ignited by sparks from a grate Arc In troops, he said would have a salutary
of the Hocking pool.
a room in her home n’ Memphis
effect on the revolutionists.
Creditors are endeavoring to show open for business In a few days.
l'aHlun«, Oats an<l llay Aireagr, It
H. H. SEARS
New Blacksmith Shop
NED OF THE NAVY ARE
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING :
BEING HELD OVED TIME
010 VIRGINIA FARMS FOR SALE