The semi-weekly herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1914-19??, March 16, 1914, Page 2, Image 2

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THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
in, 1»H
resentatlvea Hobson aud Underwood MR. SKLlJt SAYS
plaintiff, and for su
Tbe date
i further relief as shall
SAW Ml LIA MIST
I« February
is to fill the unexpired term of
iaMt date uf publica
W ait his Minili
the late Senat*»* .’obnsou. (or which
i ■•quitable.
COMMENDABLE STEP IS TAKEN ■ Thia summons Is published pur- ¡tion lx April I, 1914.
!ih« senate r«c*nHy reiused to ssat F.
By
BURTON
K.
STAYDISH
A Continuation of the
BY MIKADO
P. Glass
TELLS OREGONIANS HE MAY
F.IANK 8CHLKIIKL,
»uant to an order of the Honorable
(Written for the United Press)
Klamath Republican
Stephenaou >i \Vlscou»it. is dksl)
COME IN MAY
J. 0. RUTEN1C.
Henry L. Henson, Judge of the above!
WASHINGTON. D. C., March 13 — |
JaJ|u«u Ha» Recognised limit i, and ¡entitled court, made on the 31 st day
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Editoi The terms of oue-thlrd of the mem­ tr be oppose 1 by some one un re
O. SMITH
I» Frivudly to lltvn, CouM-qiienlly of January, 1914, and the first pub­
to I a Follette, as the latter, Aloo Teli» Them That It May be the
Mi 4-3 r
bers of the United States sena'« will bgteeahle
|
till* t'oiiMitutioniilbd Forrea Are lication thereof la made ill the Klam­
Wedding Month Before IL- ( ■«»'«. I
E lite red at the postoffice at Klamath expire a little over a year hence. And it h said, would like to hav« a uiorei
HuaUie
to the Little Bromi Mau. ath Republican on ths Sth day of I viiuliix* Notliv uf Filins of Final
In
<
’
ouverwiti»n
With
Sianoli,
the
w!li~fa'e»
Kalla, Ora., aa second class matter. thirty-two member« l---- -----------------.
Should n Ja|> Be kiliisi. Reparatio«! February, 1914.
Cummtaoioner Stale« Thai Hr t'uu-
Account,
problem of getting bxck agaiu—for
Woulil Be Itamandcd.
Published by the Herald Publishing w lth possibly one oxc-pilon all of the REGISTRATION IS
»iiler» tlie Matter Settled, and Will.
J. H. CARNAHAN.
lu tho couuty court of tlie state of
Company, of Klamath Falla, on ri Ions would like to keep on with
Make No Trip Over It.
i 2-5-3-19 r
Attorney for Plaintiff. Orvaou. for Klamath county.
CLOSE TO 1.4OO
Monday and Thursday of each week
WASHINGTON, D. C„ March 13
In the matter of the «elate of Charles
itheir legislatlug jobs—under the n«w
* —
According to telegrams Just re­ Japan is moving her subjects In Chi­
Woodard, deceased.
Y’lrtlcs of Hheriff’» Male
direct
election»
law.
All
of
which
Registration
for
the
prlmariea
and
Two dollar» | mt year in Mirami*
huahua and Jaurez to Calexico, not to
Notice Is hereby given Hint I hav«
By virtue of an attachment execu­
.T.-ikes the political situation of c >u- general election at noon Friday reacli- ceived from Congressman Sinnott and
siderable intoisst to th« senatorial a»-
1.395. This was largely occaslou- Senator l.ane, regarding efforts to make trouble for the United State». ‘ tion duly l»»uod by the clerk of the ' tilled my final account and report a»
persuade Indian Commissioner Sells ¡but to prevent It Thin has been made circuit court of the county uf Klam- executrix ot tho last will snd testa-
DAMAGE SUIT Is
Virants. Most ct then, are anxious to «d by au increased registration in
FILED VS. COUNTY
to
make a trip to Klamath county this |plain by government officials who lath, state of Oregon, dated Hie 14th (tiieni of Charlo» Woodard, do<*ea»od.
get out home and uv-nd their political • several of the outside precincts, espe­
BY EARL STEWART i fence<
lt will be a novel stunt for1 elally Tule Lake precinct, at Merrill. month to bring about an early settle­ have beeu definitely iuforiued regard­ day of February, 1914, In a certain land tho above entitled court has fixed
ment of the movement to reopen the ing Ambassador Chlnda'a request for action lu the circuit court for said 1 upon 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of
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• most of them this campaigning
By precinc.s, 1iho registration fol-
Sprague and Williamson rivers to log­ permission to »end the party through county and slate, whsrein E. B. Hen- April 4, 1914, as tho tlm« and the
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS Is THE among the people instead of pulling lows:
ging, this is au Impossibility. The the states.
Icy a» plaintiff recovered Judgment for county court room In the court house
SUM ASKED FOR
wires among members of the state
Fourth Ward • •«.•••a»« ..163
Aa Japan has recognised the Hu­ ¡the sum of six hundred dollars, and jot Klamath county, Oregon, In tho
telegram received from Sinnott fol­
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legislatures. Elihu Root, whose term j
East Klamath Falla......... . 16'.i
erta government, and is friendly to­ I costs nnd disbursements taxed nt ■ city of Klamath Falla In «old county
lows:
Complaint Filed I asi Weey b> Aitor- aaplres March 4, 1915, positively
Third Ward .. • ••••see»« ..814
"Telegram received.
Read same ward It, Villa and CarrauM are lioa- rtft«'n dollars, on the 14th day of a» the place when and whole any per-
ney R. C. Groesbeck States That In- doesn’t want re-election
Root has
. .131
Secoud Ward
to commissioner, and urged compli­ tile to that country, say Japanese.
February, 1914. Notice is hereby gl»-, »on may present any objection or ex­
jury Was the Result of the Poor announced his retirement from public
West Klani'ilh Falls .... . . 188
For this reason. Chluda feared that ¡•n that I will, on Saturday, tho 31st ception tn anything therein contained,
ance with your request.
Condition in Which the County life st that time. Senator Bradley of
• « e e o • • • « e ..
15
Shippington
¡Villa or his fiery subordinate« might ■lay of March. 1914, at the front door [ or to anything done by me as execu­
"The commissioner said he did not
Highway to Militant! M m 'tain Kentucky is uot expected to fight for
Mills Addition ............................ ». » .. 8u
This lof the court house In Klamath Falta.! trix. «nd at the »aid time and place
intend to visit the reservstlon with 'outrage Japan<*ee subjects
(aim'd by the County Court.
bis return, it is practically certain
10
.»•eoeoe ..
Malin.............
¡would compel Japan to demand rep- in said county, at 10 o’clock In ths1 tho court will finally aettle the said
¡the
specific
object
of
inspecting
tho
: that his successor will be a democrat.
. . 81
Pine Grove .
.
river question.
He stated that be I»ration, which would enibarasa both j loronoon of said day, tell at publl. account.
Another republican who is very apt
Suit for 32. '01' was ceuimenced
14
Wood River . ................ .. .
¡Japan and the United States.
Thia
notice
ta
punll»he4
purauant
felt
tbe
matter
practically
settled,
and
■
auction
to
the
highest
bidder,
for
I to be succeeded by a democrat is Bur­
Lost River . . • e«oe»«ooe . .111
I
against Klamath county I .»t week by
that in a general tour of Inspection
.■•aah. tlie following described proper­ to order of the above entitled court
ton of Ohio. A republican who will
. ...... . . . »0
Tule Lake .
Earl Stewart, who alleges that he was
OUTHIDE FIRMS
made February 38. 1914, and the
of
the
different
rwervatlons,
he
would
ty. to wit
have the fight of bis life to "come'
..................... .. 30
Dairy.........
MAY WORK HERE
injured as a result of the bad condi- { back" is Bristow of Maine. His nom-l
visit the Klamath reservation, and
Lots 1. 3. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11, 13. 13. . first publication hereof la made oa
..................... .. 38
Odell .. ..
tion of the highways.
¡incidentally inspect the river ques­
14. 16. 14. 17, 18, 23 and 24. In • March. 6, 1914.
Rollo C. |ination will be opposed by former
. . 18
Poo Valley . -.
in addition to (he local contractors
MARTHA WOODARD.
tion, adding that tie could not possi­
block 611 also lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 4. 7,
1 Senator Curtis,
a -
regular
republican. -
Groesbeck is attorney tor Stewart.
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3
who are considering submitting blds
Executrix
of
the Rotate of Cbarlee
bly
arrive
earlier
than
the
middle
of
a,
9.
11.
12.
14.
15.
14.
17.
18,
10.
According to the complaint. Stew- while Murdock will oppose him in
Plevna . . . . ......... .. 34
I on the various street Improvements to
May.”
20 and 22. in block 2; also lota 4. . Woodard, Deceaaed
art was riding along the Midland in the regular general election
A
. . 17
Worden.........
This is the reply sent by Senator be made this summer, outside firms
14 mid 21, In block 4; also lots 1. 35-4-2 r
road last fall, about half a mile west democratic senator who frankly looks
Midland .... .......... . 23
sre making Investigations aa to the
Lane:
of the Spring Lake school house, his • tor» «rd to a hard struggle is Cham-
2. 3. 4. 6. 4. 7, 4. 17. 18. 19. 80.
. . 14
Hildebrand . .
Notice of Sheriff*» Male
"Commissioner busy with appro­ kind of work, etc.
81. 22. 23 and 24, In block 42; also
horse collided with a post, set up ver- berlain of Oregon, who will be op­
5
Sprague '.liver
A representative of the Warren
By virtue of ah execution on fore­
priation
bill. Advises he must make
all of block 33 except lots 11 and
tically in the highway. As a result, posed by Robert A. Booth, a repub-
l-angell Valiev ...................
J)
another trip before going to Klamath, Construction company is here, and Is
18 therein; al»o blocks 1. 2. 6. 28, si Insure duly issued by the . lerk of
he says, his left leg was fractured.
ilican.
Swan............. ..................... .
:>
locking
over
the
field.
This
comps-
i
Jbut
will
be
there
in
May
or
June."
3».
30. 31. 32. 34, 36. 34, 37. 40. 43. Itho circuit court of the county of
in addition to the costs of the suit
A merber of tbe senate since the
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Algoma
. .
ny. through the Strange-Maguire Pav­ l 44. 45. 44, 47. 48. 49. 93. 93. 94. Klamath, state of Oregon, dated th«
As
a
result,
several
milling
con
­
Stewart asks the following items days of President Harrison in 1891,
Mt. I-aki . . .
................ . . 31
cerns are kept Idle, unable to get out ing company company, laid tho hard
95 nnd 94; all of said above de­ I 31st day of February, 1914, In a cer
Medical treatment 340, loss of work Galiinger of New Hampshire will
surface pavement here a couple of
have to make his first fight before the 1 RECLAIMED LAND
'the timber they purchased.
scribed property being situated In tain aulì In the circuit court for said
3140, damages 31.300.
"Whatever Sells’ attitude may be. year» ago.
nnd a part of Orlndale Addition. county and state, wherein Frederick
people next fall. New Hampshire's;
WILL RE RELEASED
It is also understood that Shell A
there Is some consolation in the fact
Klamath county, Oregon, according, Wlnatanley ns plaintiff recovered
other
senator,
Hollis,
is
a
democrat.
WANT SELLS TO
|Co., Granta Pass contractors, are fig-
that
Sinnott
and
Lane
are
working
¡One
of
the
most
interesting
battles
of
to
the duly recorded plat thereof judgment again»! F. E Robinson.
VISIT KLAMATH
Within tbe next week tbe reclama-
this section,” said Secretary urlng on bidding on wms of tbe
on file In the office of tho county Minnie A. Roblnaon and E. L. Carver
jj LRIN g MoN TH the fail will be that of Gore, the ■ tion service expects to take up with ' for
¡K.amath Falls work.
clerk of Klamath county, state of for the sum of one thousand dollars,
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i blind senator from Oklahoma.
¡land owners along Tule l4ike the mat- Wylde of the Chamber of Commerce
with Interest thereon from the 27th
Oregon.
URGENT WIRES ARE SENT TO
Completely exoner.t.d of charge. |ter of leasing them government lands ¡today. "We sent them night letters
HAY IDGE SEI S A
day
of March, 191!, computed and
¡last
night
and
received
their
replies
Taken
and
loved
upon
as
the
property
WASHINGTON
lOi lh' “O’‘ •?,OttB CihBr“t«r*
“ that have been reclaimed from Tule
BUSY YEAR AHEAD of the said Oregon inland Develop­ I added as provided by the terms of
expected to be re-elected, i A s^’ Lake through the diversion of the wa­ ! before noon today.”
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ment company, a corporation, or aa said note, together with tha sum of
. _
_ .
. ,tacular "Armageddon" contest will ters of Lost River from entering the
< hamber of tonunerce lelegrapba .
"Between attrudlng to our Eastern much thereof aa may be necessary to ¡(wo hundred dollars attorney's fees
HUERTA FYJRCF»
,
,
...
_
be that in Pennsylvania, where Glf- lake
There are between 300 and
bualne»» snd supplying our orders un satisfy the »aid Judgment In favor of ¡and costa and disbursement» for the
CfUMlNALH INTO
, „ .
„ .. _ __. .
.
ford Pinchot will battle for the pro- 1400 acres of this reclaimed land to:
° m
u
i *
.
” " STCMlvee against Boise Penrose, stand
FEDERAL FXIRCEH the Coast for box »hooks, this is go­ E. I). Henry against said Oregon In- ¡sum of forty-three nnd .06-100 dol-
be leased.
ing to be a very busy year for our I land Development company, with In­ ¡l/re, which Judgment was enrolled
m
I»*««*
the democratic color.
It is the plan of the local officials
I plant." said Hunter Savidge of Hav- terest thereon, together with all costa and dm-keted In the clerk'» olHco of
With Time for Logging Here.
mF **1 m \
t O lea S e , he S e U nd * t O the ,* rmer * ZAPATA OUTLAWS ARE CIAME TO
> idge Bros. Lumber company todly.
THE CITY
, und disbursements that have or may {»aid court In »aid ounty on the Iktti
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who W‘H probably have the cordial own)ng or tmin< the
farm
’ We will cut at least 10,000,000 er accrue.
day of November, 1913
'support of President Wilson.
w. Kia.
in the hope of getting a decision
■
an
lands. Instead of by bids.
Notice la her* by given that 1 «111
lu Addition to Taking Men From the . 12,000,000 feet, and there la a posal-
Dated
at
Klamnth
Falla,
Oregon.
, .......
Many of the regular republicans.
This land is slit covered, has a gen­
1 billty that the cut may reach 15,000,- February 19. 1914.
regarding the opening of W illiamson
, „
,
. ;.
...
«»«■«.
« s^u
on the 4th da« of April, 1914, at tho
Street«
anil
Forcing
Them
to
Don
,
especially a few representatives, will t|e ,|ol)e and has no brush etc., to
1000 feet.
and Sprague rivers to logging before . .
’
front door of the court house In
Uniform» anil Shoulder Iti He». Dic­
C. C. LOW. Sheriff
.
. the. ... ranks
of
the progressives
cleared
On
the season is very » far advanced,
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...
. .
. to.be
'
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uu account
»<.uuu» of
w. its
■■» long
.uuS
The Savidge plant haa beeu In op­
Klamath Falla, In said county, nt 2
tator, in Hi» Dc»peralion. Take«
By
GEO
A
HAYDON.
Deputy.
following telegram um oeen sent to
‘
7“°’
d*C,*re’
«ubmersion, and the many deposits of
i o’clock In the afternoon of said day,
■Yearly a Thousand l*ri«on<*ra Into eration practically all year. The man- 2-1» 3-1» r
Indian Commissioner Cato Sells, by
ent're'y tO° m“Ch “ ve*Hab,e ma,,W raaU“'n«’ “ “ h,«h-|
{agement is planning a temporary
¡sell at public auction, to tho highest
Hi» Army.
the Klamath Chamber of Commerce: ■
T
_
m u ■ ,
product!»».
I shut down In a short time to allow
bidder for cash, the following de­
Hammons
Another fight in which intense in-
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"Press reports and advices from ,
...__ _ _ . .... ,
. I
i MEXICO CITY, March 13 —Zapata I repairs, etc.
In the Circuit Court of the State of scribed real property, to wit:
_
terest will center is that of Cols L. > to CLOSE OUT
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senators and congressmen indicate n.
.
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All of aectlon sixteen. In town­
land his forces are attacking tbe fed­
Oregon, for Klamath County
vn..r ll.tM.ilnn
muk.n« Kl.m.th
Wh° W1H make th® rUn
ALL DRY GfNlDH
New
York
state has 1,234.150 per­
your intention of making Klamath EUi8On D gm)th of 8onth c,rolln,
ship twenty-seven south, rsnge
eral troops at Cuernavaca, near here
II. W. Viets, Plaintiff;
isons employed In factories. Of these
nine; all of section thirty-six. In
county a visit in tbe near future. Weiand who |t ig declared ha> an
I this afternoon.
vs.
Klamath Falls is to have another
rspMctfully ask that you come 'hi.
chance Qf
8mlth Mr
towushlp twenty-eight south, range
In brder to raise reinforcements, ¡682.796 work In New York city.
Loon Amadon. Minnie Amadon. His
exclusive gents furnishing store. O.
eight, and tho east half of section
present month, on account of the in-'p.___ .___ ___________ _________ ..
Wife; W. E. Marrlon. David D.
®leaae
nBtlon-wide «P«<*Uon M Hector wh0 hag been mana<lng Husrta snd bis officers are resorting
Letter carriers in Russia get 312 50 1
sixteen, In township twenty-eight
spection of Williamson and Sprague 1 becauw of hi, ..
to conscription methods, aind have
Brooks,
the
Harboldt-WBson
”.---- .”
— '° he*1 Wl,h ,h® ( °n fhe Hector s Department 8tore for
south, range eleven, all east of tho
rhner. regarding logging <H>*ratto» lgtltuUon.. Tlewa 1 . Mzh
He wa_a
was rarzintlv
recently r«k-
re-! ' .
even emptied the Jails to fill the to 317.50 a month.
.
.
. .
Company, u Corporation; Lucre­
tbe past year, haa purchased tbe in- ¡ranks.
Wlllumetto meridian, containing In
Spring ta here, the snow is gone, .nd ie]ected <OTernor. degplte tha
tia E. Roles. Frank E Roles,
teresta of the others of the company,
the inspection can now be made easily |u<m Qf
T1Ilman
The Germans will mount 40.000-
tho aggregate 1,600 acres;
Hundreds of man were »elzed on
Her Husband; R. Smith, Trus­
and with dispatch.
Another veteran of the senate who and will take immediate steps to the streets today by detachments of candle power searchlights on some of
tee; R. B. Owens and Jane Doe taken and levied upon as the property
close out the line of ladies' goods and troops. They were forced to enlist thelr airships, to llllmunlnnte ths en­
of the said F. E Robinson. Minnie A.
Owens, His Wife, Defendants.
“Wire us the time of your coming. (g rounding out his last term is Per­
carry only men's furnishings.
and march against the attacking emy’s camp.
In addition, the following telegram king of California, whose long illness
To i W. E. Marrlon, I»avld D Brooks Robinson and E. L. Carver, or aa
He has secured the exclusive agen­ forces.
and R. Smith, Trustees Above i much thereof aa may be necesaary to
has been sent to Secretary Lane. Sen- has almost prostrated him. A sen­
cy for several standard lines of cloth­
Equity No. 353
.satisfy the said judgment In iavor of
Nine hundred prisoners of the fed­
Named Defendants:
ators Chamberlain and Lane and Con- ator who cannot make a struggle is
ing and shoes, and expects to be ready
Hummon.
eral state and city prisons here were
In the name of the State of Oregon, J th® said Frederick Wlnatanley against
gressman Sinnott.
I Thornton of Louisiana, whose suc-
with his new line sbout the 1st of
| this afternoon impressed into mlli- In the circuit court of the slate of you are hereby required to appear tho said F. E. Robinson and Minnie
* Commissioner o( Indian affairs cessor. Robert F. Broussard, now a April.
Oregon, for the county of Klam- nn(j answer the complaint filed A. Roblnaon. with Interest thereon,
.tary service. This number Includes
haa announced his intention to in- representative, has already been elect-
ath.
some of tbe most vicious and desper­
against you In the above entitled togother with al! coots and disburse­
spect the Klamath reservation, and ed
Despite the fact that he bos *I-|. hu RPHY GAINING FIRST HAND
F. H. Jobes. Plaintiff.
ate men in Mexico.
I court and cause, on or before the 10th ments that have or may accrue.
render a final decision regarding tbe ways been considered a leader of tlfe j
INFORMATION ON PROJECT
Dated at Klamath Falla, Oregon,
▼s.
day of April, 1914, and If you fall so
opening of Williamson and Sprague progressive republicans, Cummins of
¡Allonzo Allen, who is slso known ss^f0 appear and answer, the plaintiff. ■February 21. 1»14.
Good Show Coming
rivers to logging operations. This Iowa will probably be opposed by a
C. C. LOW. Sheriff
These are busy days for Project. Al Oak, advance man for the Mla-
Allonzo W. Allen; Jane Doe Al- fOr want thereof, will apply to the
matter is of the very greatest import- progressive candidate, even if he has
Manager J. G. Camp and Operation jsourl Girl,” arrived In thia city last
By GEO A. HAYDON. Deputy.
len,
his
wife,
whose
true
name
is
court
for
the
relief
prayed
for
In
ance to the prosperity of Southern no opposition in his own party.
While be will have no opposition ln and Maintenance Engineer B E. Hay- night to attend to publicity matters
to plaintiff unknown; tho un- the complaint, which is as follows: (KUYKENDALL « FERGUSON. At­
Oregon, and should be determined
torneys for Plaintiff.
8-5 4-8 r
the general elections, Clarke of Ar-I len ot the reclamaUon »»rvic», for for his show. The "Missouri Girl” la
known helm of said Allonzo Al-'That that certain mortgage executed
definitely forthwith.
Kansas,
president
pro
tempore
of
thel
ther
are
enKaged
in
«bowing
Engin-!
a
comedy
drama
of
much
spirit,
with
len, alias Allonzo W. Allen; the by the defendant Leon Amadon and
"Spring time is here, tbe snow is
Notice to Creilltors
MurPh’r’ 1,1 charge of drainage a genuine Western twang to it, and
unknown heirs of said Jane Dee Minnie E. Amadon to the plaintiff
gone, and Commissioner Sells could senate, will have a hard fight with
Judge
W.
F.
Kirby
of
the
stat«
au-|
worl<
’
over
the
P
r
°i
ect
'
and
outlining
tg
gure
to
nil
the
opera
house
for
tbe
Notice
Is hereby given to all per
Allen; also all other persons or herein, dated March 21st, 1912, and
proceed with the matter of inspection
of the rivers with dispatch and con­ preme court. Clarke is now mending I|,roposad methods of drainage for the nights of March 21 and 22.
parties claiming any right, title. recorded April 1st, 1912, at page 417 ' sons hiving claims agnlnst the estate
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venience. Will you use your best ef­ fences back home, not having been arreage under the flr,t unlt oi the,
Interest, estate or Hen In the real In book 11 of Records of Mortgages of N. E. Postell, iloceaned, to present
Installing crusher,
forts for us, to persuade him to come in the senate since the Christina» rt- Klaniatb Project.
estate described In the complaint of Klamath county, Oregon, bo fore- | such claims with the proper vouchers
cesa.
| The drainage engineer was sent
Harris A Co. have moved their rock
thia present month?”
of the plaintiff herein; de- Hosed, and that the plaintiff be de­ at the inw ofllco of F H. Mills, Klam­
fendants.
creed to have a first Hen for the sum ath Falls, Oregon, within six months
Coe I. Crawford has also been from Washington to obtain first band crusher from Conger avenue to the
*'ve hundred dollars, together with .from the date of thia notice.
NORTHERN TIMBER
mending fences back in 8ouy> Dako­ Information regarding local condi- hill In Hot Springs addition, in the q-0 the above named defendants. In
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— -*•
— of
' " 8 per
EARL WHITLOCK. Administrator
IS NOT INFEHTED ta since Christmas. In bls own party Hons, and to take up with the local rear of W. P. Johnson's residence. It1
the name of the state of Oregon
|Interest
thereon
the
rata
Dated at Klamath Falta, Oregon,
Charles H. Burke will probably op­ officials the various methods and ays-Ha being prepared for a busy season’s
You and each of you are hereby
I">r *nn",n ,rom »«’I'K’mber 21st,
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"There is no Infestation of the tim­ pose him, while Edward 8. Johnson terns advocated. The government has work, getting out crushed rock for ¡summoned to appear and answer tho l9I3, and for the sum of one hun- March 12. 1914.
'complalnt filed against you In the dr«d d,’Ilar"- «‘torney’s fees, anil for
ber in the northern part of the coun- *H1 probably lead the democrats in appropriated over 3100,000 for the street Improvements,
Notice of Hcttlcnient of Final Account
construction of a drainage system un-
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ty. While sway, we cruised over six the general election.
above entitled suit, within six week.|the coa‘* “nd dl.burMment. of the
of Administrator.
der
the
first
unit
I'relhwinary
Work.
townships, and found the trees to be
George Ade, the humorist, is being
after the first publication of this sum- |,laln"ff ln ,hla *0“’ on tha
Notice is hereby given that Edgar
Later the matter will be submitted | A preliminary survey is being made mons In the Klamath Republican, a roal l,roP®rt’r>
tree from the ravages of the Western brought forward to succeed Senator
The northeast quarter and the I.. Furber, administrator of the es­
pine beet Is.”
Shively of Indiana. Albert J. Bever­ to a drainage commission, named lalorlK Eleventh street by employes of newspaper published and of goneral
This statement was made today by idge will contest with Ade, should from reclamation service engineers, the city engineer's office. The prop-' 'circulation In Klamath county. Or- I south half of the northwest quar­ tate of Lewis I. Furber, deceased,
ter of section thirty-four, and the has rendered and presented to tho
Hal H. Ogle, who, with Carl Grubb, .Ade run. for the progressive nomlna- and local men will in all probability jert2 owners along this thoroughfare
logon.
south half of the northwest quar­ court and filed with tho clerk thereof,
has been cruising in the vicinity of tfon. Candidates for the republican be among the member. This board fieeire Its Improvement from Main
And you will take notice thnt If
ter of section thlrty-two, all in his report nnd flnnl account of his
Crescent since the first part of De- nomination are ex-Governor W. T. will officially decide upon the method «treet to a point where a Junction
you fall to appear and answer or i
townahlp thirty-nine south of range administration of said estate, togother
«ìth » road to Shippington fa possible
comber. . They made the trip for the Durbin, former mayor of Indlanap- to be adopted.
otherwise plead within said time, the
10 oast of the Willamette Meridian, with his petition for final distribu­
Klamath-Lake Forest Fire Associg-oils, Charlie Book waiter and W. L.
When
the commission
make«
plaintiff, for want thereof, will apply |
situated in Klamath county, state tion of the jtersonal property belong­
tion, to spot any signs of insect in- Taylor. Shively is unlikely to be op­ known Its decision, an excavator, Merrill Rancher in Town.
to the above entitled court for the re- [
ing thereto; nn<l thnt Saturday, tho
of Oregon.
testation.
posed in the democratic party, as Tag- «•specially designed for the recom-,
Hans Nylander Is a county seat vis­
lief demanded In his complain! filed That said property be sold as upon lllli day of April, A. D. 1914, at 10
mended system, will be purebssed' itor from hit ranch near Merrill.
In a few days they expect to go to Kart has said he will not run.
In this suit, as follows:
execution, nnd the proceeds applied to j o’clock n. m., nnd In tho court room
A whole flock of candidates are as- ¡and put to work. Until that time the
Fort Klamath, to cruise the Yawkey
For a decree determining all ad- the payment of said sums of money i of the county court of’KIaninth conn­
tract of 15,000 acres for signs of in­ Firing against Benator Jonee of Wash-¡«elf-propelled excavator now In use In From Keso.
ington, which state last time sent the on tbe project will be kept busy on
festation.
If. Rnowgoose, a well known resl- verse claims of the défendante, or above mentioned, due tho plaintiff ty, state of Oregon, In tho county
dent of Keno, Is here attending to any or either of them, er any other herein, and that you be forever'court house of Klamath Falls, In said
"There is about a foot and a half only progressive to the senate, Poln- drains /(ready authorised,
party or parties, In or to the north- barred and forever foreclosed of all'county, have been appointed by the
business matters.
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of snow at Crescent, and three feet at dexter, to that body. Roger C. Sulll- j
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east quarter of the northeast quarter right, title and Interest in and to. court as the time nnd plnce for tho
Corral Springs,” said Ogle. ‘‘At the van of Chicago would, It is asserted. ¡Mrs. Hmith Here,
marsh there Is about a foot and a like to succeed Senator Sherman of
Mrs. Richard 8. Smith of Eugene
According to Dr. Clement Lucas c»f of section thlrty-alx, twonship forty, said property, except tho right of re­ hearing of »aid petitIpn, report and
arrived Thursday for a short visit England, the human family is llkoly south, range eleven, east, of the Wil- demotion aa required by law, nnd fer final necount, and the settlement of
half, and twice that depth at Rocky Illinois, and may make the race.
lametta meridian, In Klamath county, guch other and further relief na to the said account, at which time and place
Point.”
Considering tbe size of the state, with relatives and friends. She is !to become a one-toed race,
Oregon, declaring the plaintiff to be court may aeem Just and equitable, any parson Interested In said estate
(be number of candidates Is small. now the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Geo.
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This summons la served upon you may appear and file exception» to said
Rig Freezer.
1 There is anoth«*r state where a re- Noland. Dick Smith Is expected In a
MONEY to loan,
B F. Shepherd, the absolute owner In fee simple of
said described lands, and that de-|by order of the Honorable William ¡account nnd contest the same.
The Shasta candy store has just in-' f ubllcsn seat «• dim to be In danger. few days to Join his wife. He Is now 617 Main street,
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Dated this 12th day of Mnrch, 1914
fondants, and each of them, and all 8. Worden, county Judge of Kinmath
stalled a big 20-gallon
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ice cream John Walter Smith of Maryland seem» in San Mateo, Calif., where he accom-
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EDGAR L. FURBER,
tpanled his brother, Horatio, who Is
There are two kinds of insurance. other persons be forever enjolnod and county, Oregon, acting In the absence
freeaer, tbe largest In the county. The practically certain of re-election.
new machine freecee In eight mlnutea
Democratic voters in Alabama will taking radium treatment for a serious , Chllcotr write» tlie kind that pays. debarred from asserting any claim of Henry L, Benson, Judgo of tlie Administrator of tho Estate of Lewis
|hrve a chance to .■hooee between Rep- affliction of ths throat.
OSA Main.
I. Furber, Deceased.
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In or to said lands adverse to this above entitled court, which order Is
time
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