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THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1011
In, either before this office or on ap
War Is Declared peal, If you fail to file In this office
twenty days after the fourth
Whisky Exempt Against Belgium within
publication of this notice, as shown
frain from comment or action which
might tend to create racial strife or
jeopardise our own position as the
people at peace with the world.
A Continuation of the
The house of God calls us in this
hour of gloom.
Let us go!
W. O. SMITH
below, your uuswer, under oath, spe
I VIENNA, Aug. 28.—Austria this cifically meeting aud responding to
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Aug. 28.— j
1 morning formally declared war on these allegations of contest, or if you
The house ways aud means committee
fail within that time to file in this
has tentatively decided to place a war
BY MARGARET BLASON
office due proof that you have served
Entered at the postofflce at Klamath FRENCH WIRE OF
VIENNA, (via Loudou), Au«. 28—
copy of your answer on the said
(Written for the
HEAVY LOSS FOR
Falls, Ora., as second class matter.
beer and baseball and theater tickets. The Belgian minister has been handed itt (ontMtant
either In person or by
KKAISER IN EAST
his passports, and all relations be-1 registered mall. If this service Is
frock coat is of plain blue serge hang At present there is no Intention
¡When the school bells 'gin to ring
Published by the Herald Publishing i
ing straight from the white collared taxing whisky and tobacco.
tween Belgium aud Germany l^ave'niade by the delivery of a copy of
Company, of Klamath Falla, on DEAD BEST III AV THE BATTLE- Clothes for school belles are the thing
neck to the knees, and buttoned all i
¡your answer to the contestant ln per-
Monday and Thursday of each weak
And dad’s check book, too, you’ll find. the way with round buttons of silver. ¡GERMAN A TAKES
Ison, proof of such service must be
The long plain sleeves have a row of
STEPS To MEET
LONDON, Aug. 28.—It is believed |„m10r tho Bald contestant's written
Batallion Withstands Twenty-Four Frocks and frills for girlish scholars. buttons four deep over th» wrist. 11
1 HF. COS8AC K8 ¡that the delay caused by the heavy, acknowledgment of his receipt of
Be.) Siege Near Longwy, But Final* For the boys, new suits and collars;
has a plain blue serge gtrdle and the
¡German losses in their battles In Bel-1 tho copy, showing tho date of its
ly Surrender» to the Enctuy The
PEOPLE WILL KNOW
GREAT BATTLE LN THE NORTH IS,
you underskirt is of dull plaid.
- - -
receipt, or the affidavit of the per-
French Trke OlTensive, and Now
! German army to return to face the Bon by whom the delivery was made,
Guimpes of white crepe de chine.'
SAT'S THE use? Nobody
pussy willow taffeta and white china
I czar and check the advance of the stating when and where the copy was
ot Severn! Important Passes.
silk worn under quaint blue serge Kaiser Will Care for Prussian. Driven Russians
can lay siege to delivered; If made by registered mall,
NEV YORK, Aug. 29.—With the
From Their Homes, Within the
“How often have young men—aud ,
Parle. Premier Asquith Insists thatlpronf
guch service must consist of
approach of school days, father and jumper dresses brightened occasion
German Lines of Defense, Until the
men not so young—and some womea ,
ally with brass buttons or sashes in
the situation is satisfactory to the En- 'the amdav|t of the person by whom
Russian Invasion Is Checked—Two
—deluded themselves Into a false se-iThe French embassy's latest cable
| tlie copy was mailed, stating wh»n
casioned by the astounding revelation I ! black satin are as practical as they . Battles Now In Progress in Eastern glish and allied troops.
curity by the thought that "nobody,from Paris says:
and by whom tlio copy was mailed,
that the high cost of learning isn't
Prussia and Austrian Galacia.
i "The French fame again taken the caused so much by school books as cau be "tubbed” beautifully at the
WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 28.— and this affidavit must be accom
Count von BertiBtorff announced that
But somebody does know—often ¡offensive in the fighting near 'the I by Fashion books. Smart children first spot of ink or other school mark.
BERLIN, (via Rome), Aug. 28.— a Berlin wireless via Sayville brought panied by tho postmaster's receipt for
, Vosges Pass.
A cunning smock frock of dark
call for smart attire, and neither little
The kaiser telegraphed from the field
the report that the Germans were on
ilWt. nor Polly Ann can "do that blue serge and blue taffeta has au
You must stato In your answer the
No matter what our imperfections, “lu the region between the Vosges
accordion pleated skirt of the serge
tlie outskirts of Calais. He said that name of the postofflce to which you
may be, there are those who know—¡and Nancy, whero the fighting has sum” without some clothes.
with the loose smock waist of the taf sians. whom the Russian invaders the information camo unofficially.
desire future notices to bo sent to
and what a few know, the people will been uninterrupted for five days,
Fortunately, ln spite of the fashion
(Note)—Calais has a population of you.
belted and finished around the drove from their homes, be cared for
the German loss wa= considerable.
able expense perpetrated on big folks,
inside tbe German lines of defense
JAS. F. BURGESS. Register.
It matters not what our alms and The French found on a front of three simplicity is tbe keynote of tho fash- bottom with a band of serge. The “until the Russian invasion is checked 66,000, and Is only about eighteen
1st publication, Aug. 24, 1914
aspirations may be. the people will
iions for school children this fall. Tbe ,
and it is possible for them to return | on the mute to London.
Date of 2d publication, Aug. 31, 1914
know sooner or later—will always! “Near Vitiimout, on a front of for lung straight lines so recklessly adopt- ( Another good style dress is of blue j (to their homes."
and green check material made with
ty kilometers the German dead num
Date of 3d publication, Sept. 7, 1914
ed by the fat and thin grown-ups
Steps to meet the Russian Invaders
i bered 4,500.
the long straight waist cut out low
of 4th publication, Sept.14, 1914
,alike, are the ideal linee for the add
No mouth is so close but that a
have been taken. Additional reserves
in the neck, over a little front of
“One batallion near Longwy, which I
ing preparations for a possible siege
descent grace of school girlhood,
word is dropped here and there, and
have been rushed to the front, and It
fluted batiste, with a rolling collar.
had held its garrison through a siege 1
¡by the Germans. The war office ad In the county court of the state of
when two and two are put togethev
is expected that a general battle will
of twenty-four days’ duration, capit i Serge is the favorite material and A belt of green leather completes a
Oregon, for the county of Clacka
mits that the Germans have forged |
brains will call it four.
blue the approved color, with dark costume that will keep any little girl ensue as soon as the Russians come ln through the allied troops at Longwy
with the first line of forts.
¡green and brown, and dark shades of who wears it from feeling blu», and ¡contact
The man who totters on the brinl
gap, but says that tbe French are In the matter of the estate of Aguust
of dishonor must reconcile himseL" CHEER BEATTY FOR
red not lackln8 ln popularity. Many turn green with envy any little girl
ready to check any further advance.
W. Neumann, deceased.
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 28.—Two
to the fact that someone will know—
SINKING GERMANS Qua,nt aild original little frocks are who doesn't.
Great apprehension Is felt here,
Notice is hereby given that by vir
evolved by a combination of dull-
many will know—eventually every
Small hats are as de rlgeur for the i
and all foreigners are urged to leuve.
body will know—and will judge a?
; - * Roman
- ----- and
miss as school
big as sister,'
other ln Au»" None of the wounded are to be tue ot an order and license heretofore
and 1 and
granted by the above-named court to
of the sinking
tbe p'ain serge and a penchant they are as good in the Binall sailor lIrJan Galacia.
_ of |witb arrxlzl
; brought here, as the government the undersigned administrator of the
’T'u.’iN hlinitrnil thnnaan/l
The woman who perils her soul
shapes as they areffu the little round
’, wishes to reduce the population to a estate of August W. Neumann, de
bring gleams of brightness into the velvet brimleBs affairs. It is all mere with General Wanaff commanding, ' i minimum. The government insists
must accept the world as her au di torpedo boats caused a big sensation
ceased, 1 will offer for sale, and on
dark depths of an examination day.
ence, for a few people will know-— here.
ly a question of youthful fancy or are attacking the entrenched Aus-j,^ tb<J French linea are holding aud after the 25th day of September,
trlans in the Sereth and Dnelster val-!lhe|r poaJtlonB.
and others will know—and then all
One particularly artistic model of maternal choice.
Indications are that the victory is
1914, will sell at private sale, for
will know—and again will judge you due to Commodore Beatty’s daring the plain and striped combinations is' On the sailor shapes usually only a leys. The objective point of the Rus-
to the highest bidder, subject
as they know.
.aid, tn pentcratlug the Bight of Heli of dark blue serge with a sleeveless band of ribbon is used, and even on slans is Lemberg. ________
! CHICAGO, Aug. 28.—If porter- to continuation by the said court, the
Tbe churchman who bespatters his goland to engage the Germans, No tunic of Roman striped Gabardine, ail other shapes little trimming is
, house steak at 45 cents a pound hurts following described real property, to-
falling In a straight line from the seen save a tiny cluster of fruot or I WANT TO BE AN
cloak of religion is not immune. Peo dreadnaughts participated.
EDITOR?—WELl. yOUr pockotbook- «° °ut ln the
neck to just above the knee. The flowers, or, perchance, a smart quill 1
ple know—know him—know his ways
¡and eat u few weeds. Mrs. W. K.
The east half of the southwest
tunic is bound with black braid frogs or a saucy wing.
—know him for what he is—and ADRIATIC. BEARING
i Jacques does it, lik^s it, and advises
quarter ot section fifteen (16)
Did the Germans defeat the Ilus- all others who are haunted by tbe
REFUGEES. DOCKED of the same and two rows of brass
judge him as they know.
With tiny hats, pleated skirts, long
and the northeast quarter of the
at Allenstein, or did tbe Rus H. C. of L. ghost to follow suit.
bullet buttons across the breast. Little loose waists and hip sashed and belts, Isians
The man who swaggers through life
northwest quarter, and the north
NEW YORK, Aug. 29.—The Span rolling white collar is of plain white it certainly is hard to tell whether j sians take the city? Here’s all the
with pride in his wickedness is also
“There are ten weedB .all edible,
west quarter of the northeast quar
known—known by his deads—by his ish steamer Adriatic, chartered by the linen and a black patent leather belt school girls are dressing like their dispatches sent out regarding it, and that can be used for food," volun
ter of section twenty-two (22), in
sins—by his lack of morality—of government to bring home American i confines the hips.
lders or whether the elderB are dress tiiguro it out according to tbe way teered Mrs. Jacques, when the protest
township thirty-eight (38) south,
you sympathize. In either case, you against “war measures” taken by the
sense—and of brains. He, too, will ¡tourists, docked here today with 1,787
Another model like big sister's new ing like the school girls.
rango eleven (11) east of the Wil
can take the dlspatcb from the coun packers in the shops of advancing
be judctu ao he is known.
i Passengers, all glad to get back to the
lamette meridian, being in Klam
try you are supporting:
No ait is so small, no characteristic .Land of the Free.
meat prices reached Its height.
ath county, stato ot Oregon, and
BERLIN, (via Amsterdam), Aug.
so infinitesimal, but that the people
"These are tho dock, nettle, sorrel,
containing one hundred sixty (160)
¡29.—The war office announces that purslane, milkweed, dandelion, pig
SURPRISE J J A PS BY
will know—will always know.
acres, more or less.
the Germans defeated tbe Russian weed, lamb's quarter, marsh marigold
SHOW OF STRENGTH
And people will talk—some softly
All bids may bo mailed to me or
United Press Service
forces near Allenstein. It says the ¡and brake fern. They all mak» ex to my attorneys at Oregon City, Or
—others noisily—with a shrug here
PEKIN, Aug. 29.—Advices from
PARIS, Aug. 29.—Germany is evidently gathering lier complete mil- German defense on the Prussian fron cellent greens, and they aro very egon.
—a wink there—or a grin.
For the people will know—will al Kiao Chau are to the effect that when i itary strength for another titanic effort to penetrate the allies' lines. tier Is increasing, and that the Rus- nourishing. The Chinese are so fond
GEORGE L. STORY.
ways know—and will judge us by the Japs attempted to land on the ' Fresh troops are now replacing the exhausted German infantry, who have isian movement has been checked.
ot purslane that they plant It in their [ Administrator of tho Estate of Aug
Southern coast of Kiao Chau the fire ‘
| ST. PETERSBURG, (via Rome), !gardena At my own farm near South
what they know.
ust W. Neumann, Deceased.
been attacking heretofore, and the foruien attacking force lias lieen put in Aug. 29—Minister Sazanoff today of- Haven Mlch , encourage all the
What’s the use? There’s every use. from the smaller forts was so severe ,
Gordon E. Hayes and Earle C. Latour-
ficlally announced that the Russians | Wftfids to grow. They are not only
Make it a good deed here, a word that they were compelled to with-j the reserve position.
The gaps in the ranks of die allies have i>e<-n Ailed by Belgian troops. have occupied Allenstein.
,gQod t0 eat but tbey produCo a m0Bt
of kindness there, a helping hand to draw.
It was a complete surprise to the | Tlie Belgians, highly enraged at the destruction of Louvain, have left Ant
the afflicted and the needy, for every
Notice of Sheriff's Sale
artistic effect. Improvement associa
i FORT NEWS NOW
little act has its influence on each Jape, who expected no resistance from . werp for Brussels.
By virtue of an execution ln fore
tions make a great mistake when they
the outlying forts.
OWNED BY WOMAN
and every one of us.
attack weeds just because they are closure duly Issued by the clerk of
Some of tliis Belgian reinforcement will co-operate with the English
And In this the people will know—
the circuit court of tbe county of
force at Ostend in an attack upon the German flank.
The latest newspapper change to be ,
will always know—and will judge us strongest.
Klamath, state of Oregon, dated the
I made in Klamath county is the pur-1
as they know.
7th day of August, 1914, in a certain
BRITONS SAY THE
chasing ot the Fort Klamath News I
United Press Service
For people were born to know.
action in tbe circuit court for said
RUSSIANS INVADE j
LONDON, Aug. 29.—Military experts say that the movement against by Catherine Prehm, editor and pro* i
county and state, wherein F. H. Mc
.Notice to Creditors
CALLING TO VS
Belwort prove not only that the allies are greatly outnumbered by the prletor of tbe Merrill Record, Tbe i in the County Court of the State of Cornack, as plaintiff, recovered judg
WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 29.—
deal bar. just been closed.
Oregon, for the County of Klamath. ment against Eugenie V. Rlchet,
The British foreign office cabled the Germans, but also that the kaiser has thrown the flower of Ills army into
Announcement is made by Miss In the Matter of the Estate of Edwin Frank Rlchet and Oregon Inland De
N these days of wars and rumors
ollowing to Sir Spring-Rice, ambassa tlie two hundred miles of battle front.
; Prehm in a letter to the Chamber of
velopment company, a corporation,
L. Newbanks, Deceased:
of wars, when Europe is drench dor to America:
The expert« say it is evidently the plan of the German staff to split 'Commerce, in which she withdraws
Notice is hereby given that tbe un i for the sum of eighteen hundred and
ed with rivers of blood, and the
'At last * Prussia
1 tlie allied forces, ami then crush them between opposing armies, before her application for the position of
a uooia io
UdLljj I rapidly
dersigned has been appointed the ad forty-five and 27-100 dollars, two
shadow of the little brown man is ¡overrun by the Russian army. A I
secretary. This does not give any of ministrator of the above estate, and hundred dollars as attorneys fees and
threatening the peace of our own con great part of that region is now in ii tlie British reinforcements arrive.
her plans as to the merging of the that all persons having claims against costs and disbursements taxed at
tinent, it is meet that we turn our the hands of the czar’s forces.”
two papers or the operating of the said estate shall present same, with twenty-three and 95-100 dollars, on
thoughts at times to a house where
FORTS AT NAML’R
proper vouchers, within six months the "th day of August, 1914.
nobler things are taught.
KAISER SANK THREE
Notice Is hereby given that I will
from the date of this notice, to said
While the peoples of other nations
BEFORE SHE GOT' IT
administrator, at his place of bust on the 12th day of September, 1914,
are answering to the call of the god
MOST PECULIAR ness, Tenth and Main streets, Klam- at the front door of the courthouse of
LONDON, Aug. 29.—The war bu United Press Service
of war, let us consider the teachings
LONDON, Aug. 29.—It was learned reau today announced that the forts
LONDON, Aug. 29.—The Express
Klamath county, in Klamath Falls, in
ath Falls, Oregon.
of the prince of peace.
today that the palatial steamer, Kais around Namur were abandoned by the insists that the British are being
Instead of being fatally Injured by I Dated August 27, 1914.
count, at 2 o'clock in tbe after
When the labors of the week are er »Vilhelm der Grosse sank the Brit
British forces at 5 o'clock Sunday af-1 forced back to a new line, and that dashing his auto into a tree or over
noon of said day, sell at public aut-
ended and the day of rest is at hand, ish steamers Tublacin, Kapara and ternoon.
I the Germans now hold Cambrai. It Topsy grade, as rumors had it, Jess Administrator of the Estate of Edwin ,'on t0 tbe highest bidder, for cash,
let us spend an hour In the bouse of Nyanza before she was sunk by the
The defenders were then unable to1 declares that the Germans threaten to Hunsaker is at the Shovel Creek re-
the following described property, to-
L. Newbanks, Deceased.
• darkened windows, where sweet British cruiser High Flyer.
sort recovering from what is believed
support their positions ln the face of raid ail of Northern France.
i F’itted up 88 an armed destroyer of the concentrated German artillery
i to have been an epileptic stroke, or
The southwest quarter of the
and lowly Nazarlne, who gave of His commerce, the Kaiser Wilhelm was fire
I something of that nature. This Is
Notice of Contest
southeast quarter and ttie south
life’s blood that we and others might raising havoc with British commercial
IS TO BE GUARANTEED jtl,e tidings brought back by his ¡Serial No. 05992; Contest No. 714
half of the southwest quarter of
be ennobled by the fruits of His sac- ships off the west coast of Africa until ¡CITY OF BOULOGNE
brother, Ray Hunsaker.
¡Department of the Interior, United
section one (1) and the northwest
the High Flyer went after her.
According to Ray, Jess was found !
States Land OiTice at Lakeview,
quarter and the west half of the
SHANGHAI, Aug. 29—At a confer-
While the day of rest is being pro
about seven miles below Klamath
Oregon, August 18, 1914.
northeast quarter of section twelve
ence of the forelgn consuls it was Hot Springs, about thirty feet from To William G. Bonham of Olene,
faned by other nations of the earth— WAR CASTS GERMANY
(12), all In township thirty-nine
while shot and shell are leaving tbe
south, range eight (8) east
'News dispatch from Boulogne says sular union should issue a proclama
maimed and the dead and dying on
ath Falls, Oregon), Contestée:
tree, and was not injured in any way, I ,
of the Willamette meridian, save
the crimson field of carnage—let us
You aro hereby notified that I and except that portion of the
'served by all nations engaging ln
< r waR Iun8aker bruised a par-
'’’uoraen ! uated by the allies.
of America give heed to the wisdom Harriman
Harriman, who has been touring in
George W. Van Noate, who gives
above described lands described in
| It Is believed that ha was stricken, Klamath Falte, Oregon, as his post-
of the black-robed men of God, whose Europe this summer, reached here to L Th*War 7“? “a.
that certain partial release of mort
teachings proclaim peace on earth
and fell from the car into the road, office address, did on June 1, 1914,
gage dated August 23, 1912, which
among tbe Americans, British, Ger
and good will toward men.
v ar is costing Germany $25,000,000 a
and that the unguided car went into!f"e ln this office his duly corroborat-
Is recorded In Volume 12 ot Mort
While the Omnipotent One 1 b bow day, and that the nation will soon bei
— — — —--------- —
the tree and stopped. When Ray left1Cd application to contest and secure
at page 361, of the mortgage
' who now express themselves as sin
I ln8 0,1 and &a8 weH8 “t Astoria.
ed with grief that His children In bankrupt
late ln the forenoon, Jess had not re-' the cancellation ot your homestead
of Klamath county, Or
other climes should be as the beasts
entry. Serial No. 05992, made Aug
of the jungly—rending, tearing, des HORSES FIGHTING
ust 30, 1912, for
Taken and levied upon as the prop
THE BICYCLISTs! Klamath Basin. See Chilcote, 685 affected by the European war and tbe
troying—let us look Into our own
NW% SW erty of said Eugenie V. Rlchet, Frank
hearts, that we may avoid the pit
NEARER TO A WAR %, Section 8, Township 40 S, Range Ricliet and the Oregon Inland De
falls that are engulfllng our brothers
PARIS, Aug. 29,—The war office
12 E, Willamette meridian, and as velopment company, a corporation,
across tbe seas.
today bulletins the routing of three
ROME, Aug. 29.—Frequent cabl- grounds for his contest he alleges or as much thereof as may be neces
Let us journey to the house c? God squadrons of Prussian bicycle corps
net conferences are being held, The that Willard G. Bonham has not been sary to satisfy the said judgment In
on Sunday and there join with the by Russian cavalry near Petropof.
pressure is slowly bending the govern on the said land for over one year favor of F. H. McCornack, as plaintiff,
minister in his supplication to the
ment toward war.
and he has mado no improvements against said defendants, with interest
King of Kings for the restoration of GENERAL BATTLE
The Italians are angered at reports thereon.
thereon, together with all costs and
peace and a return to the ways of
FACTORIES AND OVT.
ON IN GALACIA
You are, therefore, further notified disbursements that have or may ac
of Austrian mobilization on the Ital
righteousness and sanity.
that the said allegations will be taken crue.
PARIS, Aug. 29—The war office'
And let us emulate the wise ex
by this office as having been con
C. C. LOW, Sheriff.
ample of the talented ruler of our own admits that a general battle is pro-'
There are two kinds of Insurance. fessed by you, and your said entry By Geo. A. Haydon, Deputy.
nation, who, stricken with his private gressing In Galicia, with the Russian
Chilcote writes the kind that pays. will be canceled thereunder without
Dated at Klamath Falls, August
grief, yet Implores his people to re- central attack directed at Lemberg.
your further right to be heard there- 7. 1914.
Believed Kaiser Trying to Split the Allied Forces *
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