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row fon an assault on Booker T.
The negro's attorney presented a
KVPRENIDKNT THE PRINCIPAL
certificate from l)r. Hobford, saying
that the black man was unable to
leave leave his bed.
Ulrich pleaded not guilty. He ad
linens«* Undertaking Cost the Govern
mitted that he threshed the negro, Road to Fort Klamath Will He Per-
ment Over Nine Million
feet Driveway hy th«' End of
HAYS HE THINKS IT MAY CAUSE but claims that Washington insulted
IS THE GREATEST OMIN IK WORID
NOT THE RECALL
REAL ESTATE TRAN8VTCR8 «
“ALICE HU E” FADEN BEFORE
“HELEN 1*1 NK" THE 1 «AT ENT
Color Named In Honor nt Daughter
RKTI'KN OF GOOD WEATHER
Of White llooar Takes Waah-
SEEN MUCH AOTHITY
WASHINGTON, March 1«
Pink" straw bats have made their
appearance on Washington streets.
Just at present they are confined to
the friends of Mies Helen Taft but
the stores are displaying them, and
MMiu thia city will be gaudy with the
. new fad “Helen Pink" In every
thing Is liavlug a rage such as did
"Alice Blue" In the time when Alice
■ Roosevelt wax the daughter of the
White House In the smart shopping
district the windows are brilliant with
th«, new hue display. Including sta
tionery aud cute little afternoon tea
sets, One of the leading haberdaah-
cries offer gruy nee ties striped
with "Helen Pink." and white socks,
And the beaux of Washington are
l-oggtng Camps and Farmer»
Are Employing Men
PHOENIX. Aria., March II.—
With th.* return of lino weather
The county judge aud commlnion-
of the workmen wlio have been
The following list of recent trans
out of employment dui
fers is furnished by the Mason Ab
Ing the wluter are now getting to
| the summer, and the Aral work has entire population, mingling among
stract and Land company:
Says It Is Not His Place to t'ritlcise
There Is an abundance of
Mrs. Kstella Hoaley to C. R. and I commenced toward carrying out these which were many strangers and “the
work opening up, and proMiMw ta polht
the Affairs of Another
Chas F. DrLap, lot 7, block 44. First : plana on the Altamont road. A crew
to n busy summer
is now at work ne*T Altamont. In only living ex-Prealdent," adjourned
Some of these have found employ
Elita P. Combs to Modoc Northern charge of Robert Mitchell, putting to the site of the Roosevelt dam for
nirnt with the reclamation service
railway, agreement for sale, right of in galvauized culverts across the road the dedication exercise« of that great
PHOENIX. Aris., March 20.—lu
while the work on th.* Mason contract
way in sec 2 8-40-10, and sec. 33-40- and tilling the holes with crushed mountain of masonry.
his first prepared speech on his West 10; 3608.
for excavating a dralnagn canal an*l
rock. Thia work Is in preparation of
The structure, uuo of the wonder-
ern and Southern trip, ex-Preeident
the operations of th« Klamath Itevel
I. A. and Adelaide 3. Duffy to Fred the actual Improvement, which will
ful engineering achievements with
Roosevelt today attacked the consti Klabunde. SWt, of NEH sec. 30- begin in about ten days.
opment company and the Maaten Log
tution of Arizona in relation to the 39-S; »10.
glng camp have glveu work to many
The county has made arrangements which Uncle Sam Is transforming hla
Geo. R. Myers to Elmer E. French, with the Southern Pacific, by which desert lands Into fertile aud produc-
He said in part:
The .M.-udow Lake l.umter compa
five acres in lot 16. Midland tract, sec the railroad Is to furnish gravel from live farm lands, was completed Feb Dot GLAM 4XHNTY TO
“I do not agree with the form in 19-39-8; »10.
Bl ILI» GOOD IIIGHU tY ny's mill was reported as starting op
Ills Bray pit at actual cost of loading ruary Sth. and formally dedicated by
which Arizona has adopted the recall,
«rations Thursday, and Shlpplngtoo
G. T. Shaw et ux to Lydia Reed, and hauling. The railroad will fur ex-President Roosevelt today. So
especially with regards to the judi lot 6. block 3. Fairview addition: »10. nish the material at the rate of 200 marvelous has b.*«*n the course of con
ROSEBURG, Ore , Marrh 1«
Tin* and Innes Clark« mills will b« run
ciary. but while I regret that Arizona
struction of this irrigation dam that county court of Douglas county lias niug full blast In a shoil time Conn
Chas. E. Worden et ux to Fred J. yards a day.
has adopted the recall in this fashion. Kerr. 8 4 of NW «4, NH of SWk*.
It is proposed to regrade the main from th.* beginning it has attracte.l I just completed the largest purchase ty road woik la also employing men
I insist that it is a matter purely for SE *4 of 8WU. SH of NEM. WH of county road from the city limits a the eyes of the prominent engineers 'of road building machinery and «quip-
The quarries expect to be In full
Arizona's decision, and that neither SE«4. SEX* or be >4 and NE\
| tnent ever made in Douglas county. operation within a very short thin
of distance of seven or eight miles, ex of the world.
the opinion of myself or any other SE . except east 30 acres of NE X* of tending beyond Altamont and prob
Its dimensions are startling
At The tp*w outfit will comprise two car while th* commencement of the ell,
outsider has the slightest bearing on
SE%. «11 in sec. 30. and NW *4 of ably along the Gap road. The road the bas«. It covers an acre of ground. -loads and will arrive in a f«-w>days work 1» being withheld only by th-
Arizona's right to this privilege in NEX4 in sec. 39-39-9: »10.
way. after b«*ing graded, will lie cov Its height is 3 80 feet, on top It Is ¡from Portland. The equipment will weath.-r conditions. Shveral of th*
her statehood. What the New York
Abner Weed et ux to Fred J. Kerr. ered with gravel, which will be spread I.OSO feet long. At the bottom it is I bo distributed throughout the county. ranchers have cummeucod plowing
or Texas views may be. they have 10 acres on east side of SE *4 of NE X* and rounded up.
This will make 170 feet thick. A re »tory building
The new equipment purchased In- and the real of them will soon b.
nothing whatever to do with Arizo sec 20-39-9; »1.
Several men have re
a perfect macadamized road, and I covering a city block would not All dudes two complete rock crushing ne«<ding help
na's right to her own views.
H. H. Carroll to Charley F. Del«ap, make it possible for the farmers to the space occupied by thia towering plants, l«i graders. 31 Fresno scrap- sullied sagebruahlng where they left
“It is difficult to discuss seriously all of blocks 8. 9 and 10. 21 lots in easily get to town with their produce masonry structure.
era. 33 allp scrapers, 13 road plows, off with th* > (lining of th.* enow
the assertion that the adoption of the all. West Lake addition; »10.
during any season of the year.
Ixxated In a canyon heretofore In-1 4 road rooters and numerous tools.
initiative and referendum and recall
Elmer Smith is now organizing a accessible, sixty-two miles from the This outfit cost approximately »8000 JI Ri IBM I x< I MED FROM
Chas F. DeLap et ux to E. M. Bubb,
make the form of government other NV» of lots 4 and 5, block 45. First gang to handle the gravel from the
Dl TY TILL THE S7TH
nearest railroad, the construction of The county already lias uno r<»ck
than republican. Switzerland has all addition: »10.
cars to the road being Improved this dam involved many problems and crusher and much other equipment
three, and to say that Switzerland is
Circuit lildge Benaoil last Week
Frank Corperning et ux to United Robert Mitchell will have charge of taxed the Ingenuity of the builders to and from present appearances much
not a republic is simply a contradic
States, part of lot 1. sec. 15. and part the crew doing the spreading and the utmost. Their first problem was will I m ' accomplished toward good afternoon esruaed all Jurymen from
tion in the same terms. No one would of lot 6, sec. 14. all in 39-10; »850.
the construction of a broad highway. roads building In thia county this duty until .March 37th. wh«n the first
be taken seriously if he asserts that,
rivll Jury trial, Bowne va. Carroll, au
Further plans for the improvement For twenty miles this traverses it year.
Oregon and California in form of
action for a claim and delivery, will
of the county roads early this spring trackless desert, and for fojty-two
government are not absolutely as re r
Between the present tltn*
Includes work on the Fort Klamath miles more the road was literally
publican as Connecticut, Pennsylva
road below Modoc Point. The South carved from canyon walls or blssted
FLEXNER und the I7th, ludgo Benson will hear
DAIRY 1M>TS AND DASHES
nia or Mississippi. There is no ground
arguments In civil t aam*
ern Pacific rebuilt the road around from the steep-sided mountains.
for refusing to admit this territory I
when the proposed constitution does
and a half miles, and It is said that most remarkable highways In the Rockefeller Institute believes Its Roll A STREET CAR
not differ essentially from actual con
IN BROAD DAYLIGHT
piece Is the best road in the coun world. It opens up to the traveling search for a cure fur Infantile pa
The frogs have begun to croak and
stitutions ef certain states already in
the larks to sing. Snow is nearly all ty. A stretch of three miles connect public a country unrivaled In gran ralysis Is about to be rewarded With
ing with the Modoc Point improve deur and beauty, and makes easy of in six luuntiis. according to Dr. Si
LOS ANGELK8. Mar.li HL- TW»
gone from the lowlands.
“The principle of the initiative, re
ment and running south past Naylox, access soni«. of the best preserved mon Flexner, definite announcement arnird and mask.-d bandii*. bold up au
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call and referendum may or may not
of a sp.-clfic remedy may bo e»p«ted Inboutid .Moneta avenu« Garavants
is also to be covered with gravel in cliff dwellings In the Southwest.
Pasture is at a premium.
be adapted to the needs of a given
the very near future. The material
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In preparation for the construction "We have discovered how to prevent car. carrylng five pasaengers, on ih*
state under given conditions. I be
the disease,“ says Dr. Flexner, "and lluena Vista bridge loda)
Farmers are getting ready to plow. will be secured from the Southern of the dam the government engaged
lieve them useful in some communi
They expect to begin next week.
ties, and not in others.
With this Improvement made the road er plant was Installed near the site servatively says, la not far distant.
The bandita escaped
“While many provisions of your
Brown Michael has been repairing between here and Fort Klamath will selected for the structure. A cement
constitution most heartily agree,
be in excellent shape and ready for mill was built with an output of 500
his reservoir dam on Pine Flat.
there are some that disagree, notably
the heavy automobile travel of th.i barrels dally. It has turned out, in
the recall. Especially in regard to its
all. approximately 340.000 barrels, at
Fishing for suckers at the Upper tourist this summer.
affecting the judiciary we feel it to
The improvement of these two a saving to the government ot more
Gap is the popular thing. Johnny
our self interest to interest decent
Jones and a party tried it Tuesday, pieces of road Is only the beginning than »615,000. Two farms were op
citizens, who want justice in its
but only caught four. Teddy Ham- of the plans laid out by the county erated to supply provisions for the
broadest, truest sense, so they will
mersley, John Donnell, Tom Michael court for better roads this summer. camp and forage for the livestock.
not adopt measure which would make
and Will Clark went Wednesday and As the season advances and the Domestic water supply was piped
the judges timid and fearful, lest de
had better success, but they were not weather permits the improvement of from springs miles distant.
ciding rightly in a given case they
Nearly 600 Apache Indians wore
satisfied There was a big party there the roads in other sections of the
might arouse a storm of anger, tempo
county will be taken up. Every mem employed for several years upon th«
rary but fatal.
You should shun
ber of the board is an enthusiast on construction work. A telephone line
every measure which deprives judges
Jake Rueck says the contracts for good roads, and it Is safe to say that somewhat over 100 mil«« long and a
of the rugged indifference and cour
the Upper Project irrlgationlsta are ¡the farming sections will be well power transmission line seventy-five
age which it is to the interest of the
expected to arrive tomorrow, when looked after in this respect. It is fig miles long were both constructed, and
community to see they preserve.
the process of signing up will begin ured that with good roads, the farm have been in operation since the com
"The right to use is inherent in
er can save an amount in two years mencement of the task.
«very community, and no community
While the Roosevelt dam has been
The roads are very bad. but are im- in hauling their products sufficient to
should be allowed to dictate to the
proving dally. The weather for the more than pay the cost of Improve the principal single structure In con
other community on the matter. It
ments. in addition to the comfort and nection with the Salt River Valley
past ten days baa been superb.
is so with the principle of recall. I
| convenience of travel.
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project, other important englnmring
do not believe in wisdom here for
work has been going on at the same
Chas Burgdorf will move to his
Arizona as provided in the Arizona
new place three miles north in a few WILL STOP OJMMUNICATION TO time. A few miles below the big dam
constitution, but Arizona baa an ab
another structure wsa built across the
days, and proceed to improve it. He
solute right to try the experiment if
river to turn the stream to flow Into
bought a big plow and harrow Tues
the state sees fit. The United States
Rebels Have RepeaU-dly Warned Ih«1 two huge canals which, with their
is in honor bound to admit Arizona." '
e e •
Roads Not to Transport Hu|e
laterals have a total length of more
pile» to Fdleral Troops
than 350 miles.
The poor horses on the stage line
This latter dam is twenty-nine foot
have had a hard time of it for a i I
RAILROAD HEAD HAYS
WASHINGTON, D. C.. March 1«.— In height and 1,000 feet long. The
RAIN HELPED NORTHWEST
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The revolutionary junta has an canals will cover 190,000 acron of
Francis Bowne is trying the experi nounced that all railroad communica- fertile land In the valley, and by the
President Low«, of Union and B. P.«
of raising a crop of winter . tionr with the Interior of Mexico will pumping stations Installed by tho en
Finds Conditions Satisfactory
wheat this year. Hope he makes a ’ be cut off within twenty-four hours, gineers, an additional 50,000 acres
through the destruction of bridges. will be irrigated.
success of it.
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The Junta says that the railroads did
Especial interest is attached to tho '
NEW YORK, March 18. —R. 8.
Did you ever think that a fat horse not stop transporting federal troops Salt Lake Valley project, not only be
Lovett, persident of the Union Paci
when Madero ordered them to do so. cause of the magnitude of its struc- ,
fic and Southern Pacific Railroads will eat leas than a lean one. p.nd that
The junta's statement follows:
tures, but because it will reclaim a
has returned to New York after a it costs less to keep him fat than it
"The report that the revolutionary vast area of desert land. This eon- ,
month’s tour of inspection over the
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soldiers intend to dynamite the rail verted desert area was onco densely
Concerning the situation in
roads leading into the interior r,f populated by a race which baa since
the West, he said,
Mexico is true. The action Is neces utterly vanished. Some of the pre
sary In order to stop the sending of historic canals are today utilized in
“I found conditions on our lines joining the navy at Los Angeles.
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supplies to the federal soldiers. The the modern scheme of organization.
The most gratifying
The government has expended In I
S. D. Tucker will farm the C. W. railroads have been warned time and
feature was the ample rainfall.
again. Madero told them that if they this project a sum exceeding »9,000,- [
“Business has been slowing down
stopped the revolutionists would not 000. The Investment, however, does |
to some extent throughout the West own. He don't mean to be short of
interfere with their traffic, but if they not entail the loss of a single penny
There is not as much building going
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continued their rails and bridges to the United States treasury. Uncle
on in the towns and cities as one year
They never Sam holds u mortgage on all the land
Notwithstanding the 5c scalp boun would be dynamited.
ago. Some merchants complain that
hr-eded these warnings, so must suffer which will be watered, and the future
trade is dull, but none offered an
owners are obligated to repay In not
-xplanation, and the cause is not jacks are increasing rapidly year by
less than ten years the entire sum ex
apparent to me.
The outlook is
ENVELOPE CONTRACT LET
by the United States.
for good crops. In view of the unusual
The Salt River Valley Is In a semi-
Charles McGowan, superintendent
16 - Th« tropical climate.
Its products are
“While our earnings have fallen of the Great Northern box factory,
Mercantile Corporation of New York, singularly like those ot Egypt. The
off, and probably will continue to who has been making an extended
with a plant located at Dayton, O orange, lemon, lime, pomel, fig and
do so for some time, it must be re trip to Florida, is expected home in a
has been awarded the four-year con date trees flourish. Almonds, peach-
membered that last year with us few days, after an absence of several
tract for printing stamped envelopes, es. cherries and other small fruits
The Southern months. Frank Nehrbas, the machin
Including the personal return cards' grow in abundance.
Pacific showed an increase of »10,- ist at the plant, who has been in Cal
¡of Individuals and concerns.
oats, barley and wheat yield fine crops
000,000, and the Union Pacific an ifornia for the past three months, I
and by reason of their early ripening
excess of »11,000,000 over any prev has returned, and when Mr. McGowan
command fAncy prices In the Eastern
ious year in the history of the com gets here things will begin to hum
A. E. Elder has just received a con and Western markets. Ostrich farm
signment of government seeds from ing is also one of the principal indus
Miss Helen B. Harris, a popular Congressman W. P. Hawley for free tries. Today there are 7,500 of th«
C. B. MILLS
WHITE CARPENTER KAYS UP
typist at the court house. returned distribution, and anyone desiring plume bearers in tho Valley.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Sunday from a two-weeks' visit in them can get all the varieties they
Another characteristic is the set
California. Rumor has it that Miss want free of charge. There are sev- tlers. They com«* from nearly every
NEW YORK, March 20.—Albert Harris may leave Klamath Falls for era I sorts of garden and flower seeds stat« in the Union, and are nearly all
HI rich, a carpenter, la held under good before many months roll by.
in the lot.
OISCUSSES ARIZ0HAS CONSTITUTION
Automatic Block System
Via Los Angeles
and El Paso
Choice of Routes