Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About The semi-weekly herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1914-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1914)
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
CALLED TO ARMS
UY THAT NATION
GERMANY’S ADVANCE IS CONTINUOUS
IN THE HISTORY
OF THE WORLD
TH URHOA Y, HEPTEMRER S. 1»14
in, either before this office or on ap
peal, If you fall to Ille In this office
within twenty days after the fourth
One From Nicks publication
of this notice, as shown
Cui ted Press Service.
below, your answer, under oath, spe
ACCORDING TO ADVICES FROM
INDICATES DIG 1-OSS OF MEN IN
BERLIN, (via The Hague), Sept. 1.—The war office states that tin-
BERLIN, (Via The Hague) Sept. cifically meeting and responding to
German advance continues, and that the French and English were re
I. The Austrian embussy states that these allegatlous of contest, or if you
W. O. SMITH
pulsed with heavy losses at La Ferte. Operations everywhere are reported More Than Three Million Men En the Austrians in Northern Galatia, In full within that time to tile In this
In Connection With This Announce-;
gaged, anil Tide of Battle Ebbs addition to routing tho Russian office duo proof that you have served
uicnts Come« News That tile Turk satisfactory to the German force, and the Crown Prince's work Is still
Entered at the postonico at Klamath
and Flows—No Decisive Result as ¡forces, have invaded Russian Poland. a copy of your answer on the said
Falla, Oro., aa second class matter.
ish Troops Have Been Onlered to successful.
The Russians have retreated to contestant either In person or by
Yet, But Final Outcome Caunot
Mobilize — Latest French Call
registered mall. If this service la
Published by the Herald Publishing
Brings Out Every Man Between the United Press Service
The losses of both Bidos are heavy. outdo by tho delivery of a copy of
Company, of Klamath Falla, on
tges of Twenty and Twice That
PARIS, Sept. 1.—Four German armies, under Duke Albrecht, are
your answer to the contestant in per
Monday and Thursday of each week
WAR OFFICE SAYS AUSTRIAN
The allies, intact, are re- | tinted Press Service
son, proof of such service must be
IS ALL NOW IN TIIE FIELD either tho suld contestant’s written
VIENNA, (via Rome), Sept. 1.—
aud today issued a call for all of the 1 tiring,
acknowledgment of his receipt of
The Germans have mounted heavy artillery, and are shelling the According to a statement issued by
reservists in tiie "rench territorial
I ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 1,—The tho copy, showing the date of its
WHO RUNS OUR SHIPPING?
army to come to tiie colors, They . French entrenchments from Sedan south. Frauce continues the offensive itlie war office livre the battle be
tween (lie Austrians aud the Russians government says that the entire Aus receipt, or the affidavit of the per
are instructed to join with the forces ;
ou the Prussian frontier is the “great- trian army 1 b active in Galicia, and son by whom tho delivery wub made,
ND NOW the Unied States, the in Northern and Northeastern France,
A German monoplane appeared over this city at <1 o'clock tonight. ¡eat battle in the history of tiie that tho Russian advance continues. stating when and where the copy was
most peaoe loving nation of j It
MiUerand ’ ’ s s call
rail i j
The Russians say that they will delivered; if made by registered mall,
Soldiers in Eiffel tower sighted it, and after a volley had been fin'd at ¡world.**
r“nks of .«**
. all. the one power that ha. been ***•“ U,“t
Over .3,000,000 men are engaged inarch on Lemberg proper In a short I proof of such sorvico must consist of
working zealously for months t0 «vtlve battalions are sadly depleted, i
in actual lighting, aud every branch time, aud that the Russian line ex tho affidavit of the person by whom
anil the reserves are needed to till in .
preserve peace in Mexico and Europe,
the service is represented. The tends on both sides of Lemburg from tho copy was mailed, stating when
the gaps caused by the toll of lifeI United Press Service
is becoming indirectly connected with
and by whom the copy was mailed,
of battle ebbs and flows, and no Kauienka to Brzozdovita.
evaded by warfare. This brings out
the European tight, for England and
and tills affidavit must be accom
WASHINGTON, D. <?., Sept. 1.—A wireless to the German ambMM- decisive results are as yet abtaiued.
all the men from 20 to 48 years of
France have made formal protest
panied by the postmaster's receipt for
dor, via Saville, says:
that the United States is violating
“In the west, General von Klug repulsed the French attempts at flank
Telegrams were received today
the neutrality laws by purchasing
must state in your answer the
from Constantinople, stating that the ing. General von Buelow completely defeated a superior French force
German ships in American harbors,
ing a battle front of sixty miles, lias losses the German loss Is far greater. name of the postoffice to which you
Turks are about to mobilize the First near Ste. Quentin, after capturing a battalion of English iufautry.
with which to carry on the com
[ given Austria a decided advantage. They will be unuble to withstand our desire future notices to be sent to
Army of the Line. This comprises
‘•General von Hausen forced the French back upon the river at ; Tiie lighting has become almost hand assault. In Galicia the Russlun army you.
merce of this nation, and establish
I about 200,000 Mohammedan soldiers.
the merchant marine so sadly needed
JAS. F. BURGESS, Register.
Ito hand, and a decisive result cannot Is victorious. The Austrians invad
these many years.
1st publication, Aug. 24, 1914
CONFLICT DOES NOT
pulsed with enormous losses, and Date of 2d publication, Aug. 31, 1914
So far there has been only tbe pro
STOP PILGRIMAGE United Press Service
Date of 3d publication, Sopt. 7, 1914
havo been compelled to fall back.”
test. Perhaps if Uncle Sam was to
PARIS, Sept. 1,—The war office denies rumors of a British disaster, ICOPPKR MINERS'
Date of 4th publication, Sept.14, 1914
purchase ships from the British own
ROME, Sept. 1.—Although tiie 11 admits that the allies' battle front has been forced back again.
RED CRONS SHIP
ers exclusively, it would be all right
European war cut down the numbers
At tiie last reports the German assault upon the left center was rag United Press Service
ABOUT TO START in the county court of the state of
with Great Britain—but Germany
to only a few hundreds, the pilgrim ing. The Germans are anxious to signalize the anniversary of Sedan with
Oregon, for the county of Clacka
CALUMET. Mich., Sept. 1.—The
would be the one to bowl then.
age to the shrine of Our Lady of
Culumet-Heckla Mining company to
a notable triumph there, and thetlghting is the most ferocious yet.
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Sept. 1.—
To the layman, the charge that it Lourdes in France started today.
matter of the estate of Aguust
Plans for the sailing of the Red Cross
is in violation of the neutrality laws
The cabinet has agreed that there is no immediate necessity to fear a
Transportation facilities had been
for a neutral nation to purchase from arranged as long ago as last summer siege, but precautionary work continues.
the mines, mills, shops and smelters. Hamburg is to be rechrlstened “The
Notice is hereby given that by vir
private concerns of one nation at war for 10,000 seeking miraculous cure
The depression of the copper market Iced Cross.” The boat Is being paint tue of an order and license heretofore
seems to be absurd. And it is ren for ailments pronounced incurable by
is declared to be the cause of the cut. ed white, with a red band around the grauted by tbe above-named court to
United Press Service
dered doubly so by the protest made physicians.
LONDON, Sept. 1.—A Paris news dispatch says the British have
hull and the funnels are to be white the undersigned administrator of tbe
by Great Britain as to ‘‘neutrality”—
Unless present arrangements are,
with red crosses on the sides. The estate of August W. Neumann, de
immediately after England has seized interfered with, the afflicted pilgrims i gained a decided success. It quotes one British general returning from the SERVIANS OFF
TO START RIOT ship will fly the red cross and the ceased, I will offer for sale, and on
two warships belonging to Turkey, a will be permitted to cross the Ital front on business as saying:
and after the 25tb day of September,
I American flag.
ian-French boundary to go to the
“The German advance has been checked north of Champaigne. They
NISH (Via Rome), Sept. 1.—-The
1914, will sell at private sale, for
All of which brings to mind the famous shrine.
have even asked an armistice in order to bury the deoil.’
entire Servian army, except the pital units. Retired American naval cash, to the highest bidder, subject
question, “Is the United States to j
strength required to hold the roads officers will command the ship, and to coutlrmatlon by the said court, the
conduct her own maritime affairs, or I RoPOSE TAX FOR
¡leading here, are being massed along aa American crew will man her.
following described real property, to-
RAILROAD TICKETS'LAKEVIEW MAIL
I BARBERS FAIL
are they to be directed entirely from
TO BE RENEWED1
ON ORDINANCE the Drina.
across the Atlantic?"
The force will invade Bosnia be ¡WATER USERS TO
Tho east halt of tbe southwest
It is just a few short months since
WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept 1.—I
tween Losnitza and Svornick, and it
quarter of section fifteen (15)
the United States, after France had Senator Simmons said today that the
LAKEVIEW, Sept. 1.—County
A third attempt to have the city is expected that the Slavic popula
and the northeast quarter of tbe
made a botch of it, stepped in, and at 5 per cent war tax proposed for rail- Judge Daly is today in receipt of a I regulate the hours of barbershops tion, Incited by the Servians, will
northwest quarter, and the north
an enormous outlay of American cap road tickets would be paid by the letter from Senator George Chamber- ! was made at Monday night's meeting make a big uprising against Austrian
west quarter of the northeast quar
ital, severed the Isthmus of Panama purchaser, not by the railroad.
Gain, in which he states that the con- of council, when the ordinance pass- rule.
ter of section twenty-two (22), in
with a canal which revolutionizes the
' tract for carrying the mail between led its second reading and came up
township thirty-eight (38) south,
the closest possible touch with the
¡Lakeview and Bly is to be advertised j for final passage on Matthew's mo- AMERICAN SHIPS
commerce of the world.
range eleven (11) east of the Wil
And has American shipping de
FOR THE SHIP i in a few days. Notices to this effect | tion.
MAY BE SEIZE/,!) luive headquarters free of charge. A
lamette meridian, being in Klam
rived any benefit from this enormous
I will be posted in this city, Bly and | On this motion Matthews and
county, state of Oregon, and
WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 1.— ¡Klamath Falls.
expenditure on the part of Uncle
Hamilton voted "aye,” and Rogers,
WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 1.— | building to the reclamation service
containing one hundred Bixty (160)
Sam? Not so as to be noticed—for The British embassy stated today I In his letter Chamberlain states he Owens and Lockwood “no.”
Diplomats say that if America pur
acres, more or less.
the benefits are not a bit greater than that England proposes to generously took the matter of continuing this [ A number of Knights of the Razor chased German merchantmen they I headquarters.
All bids may be mailed to me or
those of the other nations of the compensate Turkey for the t^o bat-'service with the postoffice department were present, and were greatly dis would be subject to seizure by the
to my attorneys at Oregon City, Or
world, who have not one cent invest tlesbips siezed.
, but received no encouragement. He appointed at the ordinance's defeat. French and British. They say the
I of two rooms on the second floor of egon.
ed in the big ditch. In this case
; then took it up directly with Presi-
GEORGE L. STORY,
“I guess it's back to scabbing,” allies would doubtless seize them and | the headquarters. The offer has been
! dent Wilson, and the matter was act-
again it was European nations who SAV THEY WENT
hold them for a ruling by tbe prize i accepted, and Secretary Albert E. El- Administrator of the Estate of Aug
said one, as he left the city hall.
WITHOUT GUNS ed upon.
protested against American shipping
¡court as to whetbor their purchase jder is preparing to move.
ust W. Neumann, Deceased.
being favored at all—and they car
Lakeview people are rejoicing at
E. Hayes and Earle C. Latour-
The following communication from
ried their point.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 1.—It is the re-establishing of this service,
Tbe Borneo Islands boast of a tele
Will they do so again? That re- announced that the Russians routed for it haB been in operation between C. C. Chapman, Oregon State immi .COUNCIL DON’T
Notice of Sheriff's Sale
the Austrians near Amosce Sunday here and Klamath Falls for about
mains to be seen.
WANT TO KNOW [and ebony poles. This Is no doubt
By virtue of an execution in fore
with enormous losses. The Cossacks, forty years, and in tbe winter mail who are desirous of making exhibit
I the most valuable telegraph line in closure duly issued by the clerk of
supported by infantry and artillery, via stage from Klamath Falls is much of their prize products, and the in
WOMEN AND GOWN'S
Members of the city council seem existence
the circuit court of the county of
fought with sabers against the Aus more certain to arrive than mail via
¡just as contented as ever to grope In
Klamath, state of Oregon, dated the
ND NOW the women of America trian infantrymen using their bayo tbe railroad. Especially happy are : all concerned.
I tiie dark regarding municipal ad
“Exhibit material to be used in
7th day of August, 1914, in a certain
are up against it. They must
vancement elsewhere, for on Monday
Eastern land shows, traveling exhibit
action in the circuit court for said
design their own gowns.
county and state, wherein F. H. Mc-
Notlco to Creditors
mail sent to Bly from Klamath Falls, cars, railway ticket office windows, of Councilman O. D. Matthews for
France is war-ridden, and the mas 1H1RTN THOUSAND
I etc., may be shipped at any time to
In the County Court of the State of Cornack, as plaintiff, recovered judg
ters of fashion in Paris can no longer
the city to subscribe to "The Amer
Oregon, for tbe County of Klamath. ment against Eugenie V. Richet,
pelled to journey to one place or the ¡this office. Railroad companies will ican City” and two other magazines
supply the demand. France has our:
. in the Matter of the Estate of Edwin Frank Richet and Oregon Inland De
dealing with public utilities and
sympathy in its troubles, but we hall1
I if labeled with the tags we are send-
L. Newbanks, Deceased:
velopment company, a corporation,
the day when American women must An official message from Berlin to 1
i ing for this purpose. So that we may
Notice 1 b hereby given that the un for the sum of eighteen hundred and
the German embassy says that 30,- J RODEO BAND MAY
Matthews bolds that these would
depend upon their own initiative in
SEE ROUND-UP. g*ve Pr°Per credit to the grower and be of great advantage to every city dersigned has been appointed tbe ad- forty-five and 27-100 dollars, two
000 Russians were captured in East;
the matter of dress, for when Amer
¡community, it is imperative that one
1 ministrator of the above estate, and hundred dollars as attorneys fees and
Prussia, following tbe three last I
I official, and through them to the peo-
ican women undertake to do a thing
i that all persons having claims against costs and disbursements taxed at
IT IS DONE.
* pie. Last night he was supported in
.said estate shall present same, with twenty-three and 95-100 dollars, on
is getting on the map stronger every |
I the voting by Councilman Hamilton.
We have depended upon Paris too
¡proper vouchers, within six months the 7th day of August, 1914.
| “Packing must be done with great
long. We have accepted tbe hideous
Notice is hereby given that I will
¡from the date of this notice, to said
HAVING TROUBLE ! celved from the management of the
Birthday of Trolley Today ,
creations that have been handed us
the 12th day of September, 1914,
- ----- —
¡Pendleton Round-Up, asking the Ro-
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 1.—Today is
without a murmer, simply because
ness, Tenth and Main streets, Klam at the front door of the courthouse of
less on account of damage received
the birthday in America of the ex
they bore tbe French label.
Klamath county, In Klamath Falls, In
ath Falls, Oregon.
most largely due to careless packing.
pressions “two bells,” "fares, please”
This ia an opportune time for tbe Prince Henry of Wied, recently made 1 dieton, and play for the “Let 'er
said count, at 2 o’clock in the after
Dated August 27, 1914.
and "you're off your trolley.” Thir
women of this country to use their
noon of said day, sell at public aut-
8. B. EVANS,
In the letter an offer is made to ped in paper, after which the whole ty years ago today the first electric
own brains, and use them to good in an Italian yacht.
tion to the highest bidder, for cash,
He is accompanied by his wife and the local organization for its service,
trolley car system in the United
purpose. They need no coaching from
the following described property, to-
L. Newbanks, Deceased.
ped. Grains too tightly tied, espe
States was placed in operation here,
other countries. It is safe to predict
cially next to the heads, mars and
following trolley installation In Ber
that when they do begin tbe design American aide, The insurgents have triP overland, in apppropriately ban-
The southwost quarter of the
i nered cars, and to scatter Round-Up
lin in 1879. Trolley system in Tor
Notice of Contest
ing of their gowns we will have a
quirter and tue «outli
¡literature as well as harmony through worthless for exhibit purposes. Veg onto and Baltimore speedily followed. Serial No. 05992; Contest No. 714
revelation in the matter of feminine
half of the southwest quarter of
Central and Eastern Oregon.
! Department of the Interior, United
attire. Common sense and decency
section one (1) and the northwest
TO MAKE RRIDGE
Tbe local musicians are highly elat same box with grains.
States Land Ofllce at Lakeview,
will return, and it will not be at the
quarter and the west half of the
in the hope of getting tbe govern ed at the offer made. A meeting will
Oregon, August 18, 1914.
expense of personal appearance or
northeast quarter of section twelve
ment to take action so as to make the be held soon to consider the matter,
To William (I. Bonham of Olene,
’‘Schooling in youth should invariably 1»
(12), all in township thirty-nine
directed to p "pare a person in the bent wa»
Oregon (Record address, Klam
The future gowns to be designed Eleventh street Improvement n real and forward an answer to Pendleton.
(39) south, range eight (8) east
for the bf st p i ina>i-Mit occupation for whief
he it capable.
President C. W. hliot.
ath Fails, Oregon), Contestee:
by American women will be just as ity, council Monday night adopted a
of the Willamette meridian, save
You are hereby notified that
smart and just as stylish as any they resolution requesting and urging the ¡SIDEWALKS FOR
This is the Mission of the
and except that portion of the
HOT SPRINGS agent has authority to send same for-
¡George W. Van Noate, who gives
have ever worn, with the added ad government to construct a bridge
above described lands described in
Klamath Falls, Oregon, as his post-
vantage of radiating refinement and across the canal on Eleventh street, i
that certain partial release of mort
In preparation for keeping the rectly consigned to the Oregon State
to be in conformity with the street
address, did on June 1, 1914,
Forty-sixth School Year Opens
gage dated August 23, 1912, which
feet of Hot Springs people dry this
flic in this office his duly corroborat
American women are the moat as to grade, etc.
Is recorded in Volume 12 of Mort
The bridge over Eleventh has been winter, council Monday night ordered
ed application to contest and secure
beautiful on earth, are noted for
at page 361, of the mortgage
Write for illustrated 100-page Book tho cancellation of your homestead
City Attorney Rutenlc to draft a res and kindly send choice specimens for
their intellectual attainments, and delaying the improvement work.
records of Klamath county, Or
olution for two strips of sidewalk
entry. Serial No. 05992, made Aug
are possessed of an Indomitable spirit
log containing full information.
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Sept. 1. there. Both are to replace old walks. credit will be given In each case to
which knows no failure. The design
Degree Couries — AGRICULTURE : ust 30, 1912, for EV4 NE%; NEW
Taken and levied upon as the prop
One of these walkB is to be on Es
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus 8EU, Section 7, and the NW% SW erty of said Eugenie V. Richet, Frank
ing of their own gowns will be but —Under the Manchu act, Colonel W.
’/», Section 8, Township 40 S, Range Richet and the Oregon Inland De
an incident in their brilliant careers, P. Burnham, commanding the army planade from the Southern Pacific
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
Are They Vacationing?
for even now the world la prostrate service schools, was relieved today right of way to the bridge across the
ogging E ngineering . H ome E co 12 E, Willamette meridian, and as velopment company, a corporation,
Vernon T. Motschenbacher
— and nomics : Domestic Science, Domestic Art, grounds for his contest he alleges
at the feet of American womanhood. by Colonel H. A. Greene, unattached, canal. The other is along the west
Hayden have departed for the ENGINEERING: Electrical, Irrigation, that Willard G. Bonham has not been or ns much thereof as may be neces
stationed at the central department side of Canal road from Main street
wilds of Cherry Creek, where they Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining. on the said land for over one year sary to satisfy the said judgment in
at Chicago. Under the same act Col to Esplanade.
In From the Flat.
favor of F. H. McCornack, as plaintiff,
will spend several days. And there Ceramics.
and he has made no improvements agalnBt said defendants, with interest
I ndustrial arts .
H. 8. Oden, his son, Phil Oden, and onel H. J. Slocum, commandant of
are some unkind enough to say that
Vocational Courses- Agriculture, Dairy thereon.
the latter's daughter are in today the United States military prison was Home From Honeymoon.
thereon, together with all costa and
it is the fear of being drafted into Ing, Home Makers’ Course, Industrial
You aro, therefore, further notified disbursements that have or may ac-
from Pine Flat, attending to business
stationed at the recruit depot of Co Monday from an auto trip through the European war that has driven
that the said allegations will be taken crue.
School of Music— Plano, String, Band,
lumbus Barracks, Ohio. The Manchu Oregon and Washington, following MotRchy away from town at this time Voice Culture.
by this office as having been con
C. C. LOW, Sheriff.
of the year, unless it is tho fact that
fessed by you, and your said entry By Geo. A. Haydon. Deputy.
Farmer! Buiineti Court« by Mail Fra«.
There are two kinds of Insurance. act provides that officers must serve the day in Medford a few days ago
will be canceled thereunder without
Chilcote writes the kind that pays. at least two years of every six years
Dated at Klamath Falls, August
(tw-7-lt ta M)__
with their commands.
your further right to be heard there 7* 19U-
A Continuation of the
THE LIFE CAREE