The semi-weekly herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1914-19??, August 24, 1914, Page 2, Image 2

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    MONDAY. AUGUMTM, H» II
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
PACK TWO
In. either before this office or on up-
peal, If you fall to file In this office
within twenty days after the fourth
FOOD PRICE RAISE IS
CALLED ARTIFICIAL ONE
publication of this notice, aa shown
Mrs.
J.
C.
Brockenbrough,
who
la
A Continuation of the
below, your answer, under outh, spe­
to be librarian of the new Carnegie LARGE GERMAN FORCE IS BEING
Klamath Republican
WASHINGTON, 1). (’., Aug.
MASSED
cifically meeting and responding to
library, has returned from San Fran­ i
.—A high government official
these allegations of contest, or if you
Editor cisco, where she spent several weeks
W. O. SMITH
today stated that many alleged
fall within lliut time to tile in this
studying library maintenance work. ¡French Covwplalu of German Cruel­
BY MARGARET MASON
boosters of food prices are soon
ties—Russians and Frusstons Fight
office due proof that you have served
Entered at the postoffice at Klamath Mrs. Talbot, former librarian at the
(Written for the United Presa)
to be indicted by the federal
a copy of your answer on tho said
Falla, Ore., as second class matter. Women’s Library, is now in Portland,' Two Days, and Both Sides Lose
courts.
Heavily—Americans Enlist in the
contestant either In person or by
studying, and will return to be as­
My lady of Fashion is back to town ( like a suilor collar comes pleted in
It is learned that the depart­
French Army—Servians and Mon­
registered mall.
If this service is
Published by the Herald Publishing sistant librarian.
In a velvet hat and a chemise divers tiny folds.
I made by the delivery of u copy of
ment of justice has conclusive
Company, of Klamath Falls*, on
tenegrins Hand Defeats to Austria.
According to County Judge Worden
With practically all the new models |
gown,
evidence of artificial inflation of
Monday and Thursday of each week
your unswer to tlio contestant in per­
the new >24,000 library will be open
And so becoming all puuae to scan, for fall and winter showing the
prices.
son, proof of such service must be
PARIS,
Aug.
21.
—
Several
tiious-
to the public in about six weeks. The
She's also wearing a coat of tan. straight lilies of the semi-tltted basque
either the'said contestant's written
formal dedication will be made a big:“n<l foreigners inarched to war head­
the coat frock and the chemise gown,
WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug.
acknowledgment of his receipt tof
quarters nt the Hotel des Invalides I NEW YORK, Aug. 21. At this it promises to be a hard winter In-
event.
I
21.- The senate, by a viva voce
WHO IS TO BLAME?
the copy, showing the date of its
and asked to enlist in the French
All of the exterior work is complet-1
year when mere man is deed for any but the BVelteHt of the
time of
vote today passed the adminis­
receipt, or the affidavit of tho per­
army. Many will 1 m < accepted.
A fat or even a plump
ed, with the exception of the steps1
shaking moth-balls l.-iveltest.
tration's war risk insurance bill.
son by whom the delivery was rnnde.
ROM THE sale of public lands and entrances. Men are now at work ' The government last night accepted
woman lias but the choice of two
out of his dress-
stating whon and where the copy was
and enlisted a combined rough rider
¡evils, either to don one of the loose
Oregon has contributed >10,- on the interior.
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
dt livored; if made by registered mail,
and
uviation
corps.
composed
of
coat,
lovely
woman,
317,387.18 to the reclamation fund I to
lined styles which gives her immeJl-
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proof of such service must consist of
A mericans.
not to be out­ ' itelv all the dainty versimilltude of a
June 30, 1913.
I COURT GF CLAIMS
the affidavit of tho person by whom
STEPS
ON
STONE;
done,
orders
home
|vet or a hogshead, o’ to stick to her
AGENT ON PROJECT'
Oregon has been alloted from that
PARIS, Aug. 21.—The French are
coat-dress from the ¡lust years mod s and be dubbed
•
FRACTURES ANKLE the copy was mailed, staling when
fund for reclamation work up to
[and by whom tho copy was mailed,
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¡clearing the Germans out of Upper
little French dress­ passepasse, unless some gallant* de­
same date only 34,324,218.77.
With a view to investigating any,Alsace, but the troops operating in
makers. These new­ signs!' leaps into the breach and turns
A. L. Jinnett, ditch rider for the[and this affidavit must bo accom-
Of this amount >1,277,132.01 has possible suits in which the govern- I Lorraine are encountering strong re-
est of the two cre­ out a life and figure saving model for icclamation service in the first dis- punted by tho postmaster's receipt for
been returned, leaving us a net in­ ment may be involved, and to ascer-(sistance.
trict, is incapacitated front work for the letter.
ations are sucessors the portly.
vestment of >3,057,086.16, or less taining the status of suits already' The advance oavalry reconnaissance
You must state in your answer the
a while, as the result of a fractured
of the long Russian
A freak fashion that savors strong­
than one dollar out of three paid in. I under way, S. S. Ashbaugh, connect­ has discovered the presence of a large
name of tho postofflce to which you
ankle sustained Thursday evening.
tunic frocks that
ly of the decorative instinct of a Hot­
There has been alloted to various ed with the United States court of German force between Chauteau Sa­
Jinnett was getting out of a wagon, desire futuro notices to be sent to
were literally killed
tentot chief is the use of a fringe of
states up to April 30, 1914, >10,307,- claims, is here from Washington, D. line and Morchingen. This force is
by kindness. When
and in doing so, stepped on a stone. you.
shiny long black monkey fur around
396.73, of which Oregon gets >1,294,- C., conferring with reclamation ser­ entrenched as far as tbs Seille River,
JAS. F. BURGESS. Register.
I This turned under his weight, caus-
the long tunic was
the bottom of a deep girdle on an
724.08.
Date of 1st publication, Aug 24, 1914
vice officials. He will spend several 'and is heavily supported by artillery,
[iug the Injury.
first launched on
evening frock and a light fringe out­
In amount contributed Oregon is days in Klamath county.
Date of 2d publication, Aug. 31, 1914
j indicating a strong opposition to the
sea of style It was
lining the edge of a short coatee to a ¡FARM WORKERS TO
only surpassed by one state, North
Date of 3d publication, Sept. 7, 1914
Mr. Ashbaugh devotes a portion of [ French advance,
received with such
white serge or gabardime suit.
Dakota.
But in distribution bine each year to making this sort of a
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SEE BETTER YEAR Date of 4th publication. Sept.14, 1914
a wave of popularity that common
Fortunately this out ward use of
states get more than Oregon.
visit to government works throughout
TOKIO, Aug. 21.—Japan is all ness soon swamped it and it is no
in the county coirt of th* state of
'ready to strike, in case Germany does longer tolerated by the fashionably monkey fur is not apt to be aped by
The above facts were brought out the United States.
SACRAMENTO, Aug
22.—The;
Oregon, for tho county of Clacka­
anyone
possessing
a
shread
of
either
----------------------------
not comply with the Jap ultimatum by elect. Hence the evolution of the
in an address in congress by N. J.
California Commission of immigra-J
mas.
Sunday. The government is most frock coat which is simply a garment » aitistic or ordinary good taste.
Sinnott, congressman from the East­ ■ TO CHANGE THE
tlon and Housing does not maintain ! (n the matter of the estate of Aguust
DISTRICT
LINE
I
friendly
to
America,
and
the
foreign
1 he combination of the sleek black
ern Oregon district.
-vi whose
v nose waist
witioi uunimues
continues m
in nuiiu&
flaring iiuva
lines
that living conditions will be ideal ¡
W. Neumunn, deceased.
office has ordered the newspapers toif0 the calf in simulation of a veritable [fur with the white, however, shows
Notice
Is hereby given that by vir-
of
migratory
j
this
full
for
the
army
[the penchant for black and white to
SCATTERED SHOT
The Willow Valley irrigation dis-1 l'l»y up an official denial of a rumor [iong COat over a skirt
_ ­ 'tue of an order and license heretofore
laborers
who
will
harvest
the
Bea
'be
absolutely
undiminished
and
vy
­
trict is far from a dead issue, accord-
.lauan contemplates territoriali with the exception of the long un­
Igianted by the above-named court to
¡broken line from shoulder to finish, ing with the black satin basque and son's crops throughout the state. But '
THERE is no shortage in the food ing to Charles J. Ferguson, who re- aggression toward Samoa.
the undersigned administrator of tbe
one
thing
it
does
assert
—
that
con
­
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¡the effect is practically the mine as COI,t frocks, cuffed and collared in
supply in this country. In fact, the cently made a trip there to confer
estate
of August W. Neumann, de­
war has prevented the shipment of with those Interested. There has been . NISH, Aug. 21.—The Servians are!t),at of the loug Russian tunic. These organdie and the chemise, basque and ditions will be better for this class ceased, I will offer for sale, and on
foodstuffs to other countries, thereby some opposition shown, but those fa -Pursuing the Austrian army which ¡coat dresses are particularly smart coatdresses of all white taffeta are of tollers this year than ever In the and after the 25th day of September,
Sunday. The retreating | for early fall wear of blue serge or in now offered similar silken models past.
increasing the supply on hand. And voring the project contemplate alter-¡WHS
1914, will sell at private sale, for
! force is suffering severe loss.
The change is the result of the riot
Isatin, both materials lavishly braid­ Blade up in tiny black and white check
yet in the face of this overwhelming ing the boundaries to eliminate some
cash, to the highest bidder, subject
silk.
Un
tlie
Durst
hop
ranch
at
Wheatland,
ed in wide and narrow widths of
fact men in control of the markets of these people.
' to confirmation by the said court, the
PARIS, Aug. 21.—The French are black silk soutache braid used in com­
The Willow Valley project com­
Though this intermittent craze for in August, 1913, in which four lives a following described real property, to-
in the large centers of population
completing
a
protest
to
the
powers,
wero
lost,
and
in
connection
with
i ! wit:
bination. Women's clothes are cer­ < hecks is temporarily checked from
have been forcing prices up by leaps prises practically the Tuttle project.
alleging
barbarities
by
the
Germans,
which
two
men
are
under
sentence
to-
[
tainly due for a large share of up time to time, it never fails to break
and bounds, and there appears to It begins a few miles south of the
The east half of the southwest
braiding this autumn, but so long as,out anew at least once a season, Be- day to life imprisonment in the Fol- |
be no end to their insatiable greed. I.orella postoffice, and extends to near and citing many alleged instances.
quarter of section fifteen (15)
sqm
penitentiary.
Some
question
of
i
they are to be down braided and [sides the black and white checked
It is no more nor less than a case Langell Valley postofflce.
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 21.—The braided all art^ind as well this will silk frocks, heavy capes of shepherds wages were Involved in this outbreak, I and the northeast quarter of the
of gouge, a hold-up, robbery, the
northwest quarter, nnd the north­
war office states the Russians have no doubt take tbe curse off.
plaid are also frequently glimpsed but in the main the trouble wag duel
meanest and vilest kind of thievery, CONCRETE USED
west quarter of the northeast quar­
Since bullets at the front are all worn half slipping off of smart shoul­ to complaints concerning living con­
because it falls hardest on those who
FOR CROSSING defeated the Germans in East Prussia.
ter of section twenty-two (22), in
The
czar
’
s
troops
occupy
Lyck,
after
ditions
on
the
ranch.
the rage in France, it seems only [ ders.
I
are least able to afford it.
township thirty-eight (38) south,
two days of hard fighting, with heavy apropos that bullet buttons should
The immigration and housing com­
There is just one word of grace to
The reclamation service has justi
range eleven (11) east of the Wil­
WE HAVE just heard of a man in completed the construction of a con-| losses on both sides.
be all the rage at the front of the say anent the passing of the Russian mission made a thorough investiga­
lamette meridian, being in Klam-
tion
of
these
conditions
during
the
'feminine frocks on this side of the tunic.
this country who married an angel Crete culvert, to carry the waters of |
uth county, state of Oregon, and
and then kicked himself because he the main drain under the Lost River' CETTINJE, Aug. 21.—The Monte- I water. These buttonsz are equally
A respite may be granted its too Iriil, and returned a report so strong­
containing one hundred sixty (160)
ly
worded
that
much
of
it
was
un
­
negrins have routed the Austrians at chic in metal or satin and cloth cov- abrupt passing, provided it is willing
didn’t marry a cook.
acres, more or less.
diversion channel near the Henley j
Crivosclni, capturing 500 after an all[ere(j
to get beneath the yoke. In other printable, more than corroborating
ranch, nine miles from Klamath Falls,i
All bids may be mailed to me or
the
stories
told
by
the
workers.
More
I
day battle.
' The flaring collars of white or- wordB, if you allow your tunic to
FARMERS will view with interest on the Merrill road.
Ito my attorneys at Oregon City, Or-
the process of dismembering the In­
gandie and batiste so omnipresent on drop from a fitted yoke about the oier, It was asserted that a similar | j egon.
With the excavation work progres-i EXPECT TWO CHINAS
ternational Harvester company, which
all and every sort of frock are now - hips instead of its former falling full situation prevailed on many another I
GEORGE L. STORY,
sing on the main drain, the level of i
TO FOLLOW THE BREAK replete with pleats and even a new [ or pleated from the waist line you California ranch, and employers were '
a federal court has ordered shall be
Administrator of the Estate of Aug­
this has been lowered considerable.
done within the next ninety days. A
square flat collar of sheer lace and 1 may still wear it with an up-to-date warned that there must be an im­
ust W. Neumann. Deceased.
For that reason, the former culvert
SHANGHAI. Aug. 21.—That China I organdie that falls down the back
provement or industrial troubles of
little more competition in the man­
'conscience.
Gordon E. Hayes and Earle C. Tal-
became useless, so a lower, perma­ will split into two separate countries |
the gravest character would be Inevit­
ufacture of farm implements would
mouth, attorneys.
10-17-24-31-7»
nent structure was put in.
; is the growing conviction here among *GKKMAXH. GREAT ARMY
I three years, the infantry and the ar- able.
not go amiss. The octupus has too
During the summer members of
rnen in close touch with the republic’s
DESCRIBED BY JOURNAL tflleryman two years,
many tenacles.
Notice of Sheriff’» Bale
LEWIS WYLDE IS
politics.
the commission have inspected nearly
By
virtue
of an execution in fore­
READY TO QUIT
At the completion of his active 500 labor camps. They announced
That there is about to be a success­
WE ARE more than satisfied to
closure duly Issued by the clerk of
Germany
’
s
immense
military
organ
­
.service
the
soldier
enters
the
reserve
ful revolution in the provinces south
that employers have met their sugges­
continue in the peaceful—if less spec­
the circuit court of tho county of
Stating that in his opinion the of the Yangste, these judges of the ization is graphically described in a for five years, but is requireil to serve tions more than half way.
tacular—occupation of gathering in
Klamath, state of Oregon, dated the
recent
issue
of
the
lllustrierte,
Zei-
!
only
eight
weeks
of
each
two
years.
I
Chamber
of
Commerce
needs
at
this
situation declared was certain.
the crops.
7th day of August, 1914, in u certain
time a secretary who has experience
The revolutionary movement was | (tung, Leipsic, which shows that the Leaving the reserve he enters the A Relative Every Place.
action in the circuit court for said
in the preparation of proper publicity said to be practically unanimous, even ifound8tlon of tlle «y»teni is just 100 landwehr, serving occasionally until
POPE SHATTERS
Joseph Putman, who, with his son, county nnd state, wherein F. H. Mc-
..
.
. . ...
, vpnra
old
for 100 vpnra
nun
Pruania his e,
------
years
old,
years
ago
Prussia
forty-fifth
year.
work,
Lewis
Wylde,
for
two
years
sec
­
though President Yuan Shi Kai might
operates a big cattle ranch near Mon­ Cornack, ns plaintiff, recovered judg-
ANOTHER CUSTOM
retary of tbe Chamber of Commerce, win a border battle or two, should be made it a legal requirement that ev- ’
The landstrum comprises all the ument, in Grant county, left Thurs­ ! ment ugiinst Eugenie V. Rlchet,
ery able-bodied citizen should sub-' remaining citizens capable of bearing
ROME, Aug. 21.—The body of the Thursday tendered bis resignation to try to prevent Southern China's seces­
day afternoon in his car, after a visit ¡Frank Ilichet and Oregon Inland De­
scribe to military training.
the
board
of
directors.
This
was
ac
­
sion
from
the
north,
it
was
pointed
i arms, whether physically perfect or with his niece, Mrs. D. V. Kuyken­
late Pope Pius X. was this morning
velopment company, a corporation,
removed from the Vatican throne cepted, atfer high tributes to Mr. out that it would be hopeless for him 1 Today under tbe German empire J not.
dall. Sinoe leaving his home Mr. Put­ for the sum of eighteen hundred and
Wylde
had
been
paid
by
all.
to
attempt
to
subdue
a
territory
half
|
th
®
Peace
footing
is
32,000
commis-
room to the Chapel of Sacramento in
After having completed his contin­ man lias covered 1,500 miles. At ev­ forty-five and 27-100 dollars,
dollars. two
The resignation Is effective Octo-¡the size of the United States, with a.s,oned officers, 109,500 non-commls- uous service the citizen is always on ery place he has stopped he has found
St. Peter’s. This violates tradition
hundred dollars us attorneys feeB and
I
ber
1st.
,
population
approaching
200,000,000,
^sioned
officers
and
81«,500
men;
the
and establishes • precedent, but the
'call, and must have his leave of ab­ some relatives.
Mr. Putman is a costs and disbursements taxed at
¡war strength is about 4,500,000 sol­ sence renewed every two years.
¡solidly united against him.
pope said he did not want his re­
grandson of the well known Oregon I twenty-three and 95-100 dollars, on
; It was agreed, on the other, hand.l diers.
mains to be in the throne room three SEATTLE HIGH SCHOOL
I The German navy is manned from pioneer, Jesse Applegate.
the 7th day of August, 1914.
For purposes of defense and mo­
TRI
IN
GSEGREGATION
I that the north showed no such dispo-
days for the exclusive visits of the
¡the
maritime population, although of
Notice is hereby given that I will
I
Hition for popular government as the bilization Germany is divided into ten ¡recent years the number of volun­ Here on Visit.
privileged class, nobility, etc., and in­
on
the 12th day of September, 1914,
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 21.—Edu­ south, and It was admitted that it fortress districts, each with its group teers is said to be increasingly large.
stead wanted it exposed in St. Peter’s
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rz. Jones arrived at the front door of the courthouse of
Fortresses and
cators today began work on the plan would be as Impossible for the south of fortified cities.
for rich and poor alike.
• The German naval strength is Friday from Paris, ills., and will Klamath county, in Klamath Falls, In
The tradition that the pope's feet adopted by the city school board to to beat the north on its own ground military camps of the first class are I about 73,000 men, with a reserve of spend some time in Klamath county said count, at 2 o'clock in the after­
be exposed for thousands to kiss was segregate the boys and girls in the. as it would be for the north to hold located at Koenigsberg, Danzig, Osen, 110,000. Germany has 21 dread- as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert noon of said day, sell at public aut-
Neisse, Spandau, Madgeburg, Kues-
also shattered by Pius. He requested Broadway high school at the begin-|the south against its will,
i naughts, 20 battleships, 9 armored A. Emmitt.
tlon to the highest bidder, for cash,
nlng of the fall semester. It will be
The southern leaders proposed a | trin, Mainz, Ulm, Rastatt, Metz, Col- ¡cruisers, 38 protected cruisers, 152
that this not be done.
tbe following described property, to-
tbe first time the experiment has been republic, with land on something like^ lcgne, Kiel, Strassburg and Ingol­ ¡destroyers, 47 torpedo boats and 37
wlt:
LEGAL NOTICES
tried in Seattle.
a single tax basis, and the state in stadt.
FRONTIER DAY
submarines.
The southwest quarter of the
Coast defenses are located at Dan­
CLOSES TODA Y i School officials deny that moral control of most of the great utilities.
southeast quarter and toe south
Tho heavily fortified island of
Notice
of
Contest
zig,
P
illau,
Memel,
Cuxhafen,
Geest-
questions had anything to do with the They plan railroad building, the es­
half of the southwest quarter of
Heligoland in the North Sea guards Serial No. 05992; Contest No. 714
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Aug. 21.—The adoption of the plan. Students whose tablishment of free schools, and as miiende, Wilhelmshafen and Swine-
section
one (1) and the northwest
the
mouth
of
the
Elbe
and
the
princi
­
Department,
of
the
Interior,
United
year’s champions in all classes of cow­ parents oppose the segregate separ­ rapid development as possible by the 1 muende.
quart« r and the west hnlf of the
pal seaports of Hamburg and Bremen.
Slates
Land
Office
at
Lakeview.
Tho
towns
of
Gogau,
Torgau,
Died-
Chinese
of
the
country's
latent
re-1
boy's sports will be dicided here be­ ate class room idea will have the priv­
northeast quarter of section twelve
Oregon, August 18, 1914.
enhofen, Bitsch, Saarlouis and Ger- i Germany maintains a garrison of
fore nightfall. This Is the closing day ilege of attending any other high sources.
(12), all in township thlrty-nlna
about 2,700 men in China and a few To William G. Bonham of Olene,
mesheim
are
designed
for
railroad
de-
j
of the eighteenth annual Frontier school in the city.
(39)
south, range eight (8) east
soldiers
in
German
East
Africa.
Oregon
(Record
address,
Klam
­
Before winter sets in, the roof will I I f«-nse and obstruction.
Not only Is It planned to segregate
Day celebration, and the finals in all
of the Willnmette meridian, save
ath
Falls,
Oregon),
Contestee:
The entire railroad and telegraph
I the boys and girls, but Superintend- be on the new Klamath county court
contests are being staged.
an«l except that portion of the
You are hereby notified
that
Principal interest centers in the lent of Schools Cooper will assign, as house. Schofield & Co. have prac­ system of Germany has been planned
above described lands described In
George
W.
Van
Noate,
who
gives
amateur bucking contests, ladies’ far as possible, men teachers for the tically finished their pressed stone so as to put these places at the high­
that «ortaln partial release of mort­
Klamath Falls, Oregon, as Ills post-
contract, and a force of men are at est strategic advantage.
championship roping, bucking and boys' classes.
gage dated August 23, 1912, which
office
address,
did
on
June
1,
1914,
ELGIN, Ills., Aug. 22.—In the 500
The German army is now using the
pitching contests, cutting out marked ; “Because of intellectual and tem­ work putting up the stone on the up­
is recorded in Volume 12 of Mort­
I
file
In
this
office
his
duly
¡mile
race
held
here
today,
the
car
corroborai
­
Mauser
rifle, model 1898, while the
steers, men's enampvonship bucking permental differences in sexes, said per part of the building.
gages
nt page 361, of the mortgage
The erection of the twenty-two or­ cavalry carries a Mauser carbine. All ¡driven by Spencer Wishart struck the ed application to contest ent! secure
and pitching contests and men’s Superintendent Cooper today, “it is
records
of Klamath county, Or-
the
cancellation
of
your
¡car
driven
by
Driver
Henning
and
homestead
championship steer roping competi­ thought that each works more ef­ namental columns has been complet­ classes of mounted troops carry
egon.
entry.
Serial
No.
0599
2,
I
was
plunged
into
a
ditch
just
out-
made
Aug-
lances.
Krupp
guns
firing
a
fifteen-
tion.
fectually In separate classes, and that ed, even to the adjustment of the or­
Taken and levied upon as the prop­
namental capitals, and with this done [pound shell are used by the field and [side the course, killing Wlshard and ust 30. 1912, for EH NE % ; NEV*
The most fiery and untamed horses they enjoy such separation."
erty of said Eugenie V. Rlchet, Frank
SE14,
Section
7,
and
the
NWK
SW
[Injuring
Mechananic
.Tenters
and
five
horse
artillery.
Howitzers
firing
thir
­
the building begins to take on a more
that could be found were brought out
¡spectators
’4, Section 8, Township 40 S, Range Richot and the Oregon Inland De­
attractive appearance as it approaches ty and forty pound projectiles are
today for the rough riders. Some of MEDFORDITE MAY’
12
E, Willamette meridian, and as velopment company, a corporation,
The
machine
leaped
twenty-five
also used.
STOP IN KLAMATH completion.
these have never been broken to the
grounds
for his contest he alleges or as much thereof os may be neces­
feet
into
the
air.
Wlshard
’
s
chest
Every
German,
physically
able
saddle.
The work of putting the stone cor­
that
Willard
G. Bonham has not been sary to satisfy the said judgment in
With a view to renting a Klamath nice in place is now occupying Super­ must serve his time in the army, Af- was crushed in such a manner that
on
the
said
land for over one year favor of F. H. McCornack, as plaintiff,
he
died
almost
instantly,
while
Jen-
county ranch, Wilbur A. Jones, for­ intendent Anglin’s force. After this terra youth reaches the age of 17 he
Marriage License.
.and
he
hns
made no ImprovemontH ngainst said defendants, with interest
Marriage license was issued Friday mer sheriff of Jackson county, is here is completed, the putting up of the re­ cannot leave the country without the ter’s right arm was almost severed.
thereon, together with all costs and
thereon.
Ralph
DePalma
won
tho
race,
with
mainder of the brick will be finished consent of the military authorities.
afternoon to Bidwell Riddle and June from Medford.
disbursements that have or may ac­
Pullen
second
and
Oldfield
third.
You
are,
therefore,
further
notified
At
20
he
is
assigned
to
service
in
the
in
short
time,
leaving
ample
time
this
Jones has met many old friends
George, both from the Klamath res­
that the said allegations will be taken crue.
ervation. Riddle Is a grandson of since he has been here, but about the fait to put on the roof before the Infantry, artillery or cavalry. Farm­
Iliglit School Students
C. C. LOW, Sheriff.
by this office as having been con­
er lads are preferably assigned to the
Toby Riddle, or Winema, who was oldest acquaintanceship is with Sher­ snow flies.
Rooms furnished for light house­ fessed by you, and your said entry By Goo. A. Haydon, Deputy.
iff Charles C. Low. The two were
Whether or not the interior work cavalry, duo to hteir greater experi­
the heroine of the Modoc War.
Dated at Klamath Falls, August
schoolmates In Jackson county many will be taken up this winter depends ence with horseflesh. As a recruit tbe keeping, >3 per month. See A. A. will be canceled thereunder without
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7,
1914.
13-20-27-3-10 sw j
Mehaffey.
731
Main
St.
24-27-31s
*
your
further
right
to
be
heard
there-
cavalryman
and
the
sailor
must
serve
years
ago.
upon the severity of the weather.
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