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THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD KLAMATH H ALLS. ORE.
The Blues were to defend their posi
quarter of section fifteen (15)
tion ; th<- Reda were to take it. There
and the northeast quarter of the
were no wither Instruction-
northwest quarter, and the north-
were to tight their commands precise
we ' quarter of the northeast quar
' l> as though In real battle,
ter of section twenty-two (21), tn
I Ho completely uuoessful were Jof-
■ town lilp thirty-eight (38) south,
i tie's new iilans that several officers
range eleven (11) east of the Wll-
'Kilt tli, Hi-pi |,*j.—1|
iiinl<*r»l<Hf today liiat Bussili's proposi* i ' were put on the retired list
lam-tt.i meridian, being in Klam
Mayor Jann a
tilslrla has Inen iiliiiiidou,-,|
■ had failed to measure up to war con-
ath county, state of Oregon, and
II. Kuuthgalu of
|*| I« II ISlXG
nmt sei und line« oí liimps (or Iin* eiiplun* of Iterili!,
ilitions. They were retired upon Jo'-
briefly, well uni-
containing one hundred sixty (160)
ortu Int« «ay that < zm- Xliiiolus now thoroughly hales liniser |fre's r*x omni* ndat tons after he
> hh i». III
acres, more or less.
ll<* is ileieriiilneil to pel soiik II) enter lieriin at Hie liiiid ot Ills witnessed their performance* on the
II » x< |M <•
All bids may be mailed to me or
to my attorney» at Oregon City, Or
Joffre In two years time Ims made
A deal has just been closed where egon.
la name for himself throughout Eu-
GEORGE L. STORY,
by E. ft Henry lias retired from the
Irope. The world probably will know
T», laics' mercantil» «stabllsh-
Central garage and Oregon-California Administrator of the Estate of Aug
ust W. Neumann, I »eceased.
(nr Klsuisth Fulls will bo open-
Automobile lonipany, disposing of
.Gordon E. Haye-, and Earle C. I.atour-
liis stock to Will T. Lee.
Fire chief Ed Wakefield and Job a
by J r
Lee will continue to manage the
stock <>f C E.
Ansel returned Monday from a hi-a i
(uM puri 't««’-l
business under the same name, Cen
in the Havei. Lakes country, They
tral garage. The repair department
Notice to Creditors
Who cnsbeil w J. Medili > Chei k
h .s been leased by William Immel.
Court of the State of
XI U cot X'l 1 4GRI< I l i t ni
m the Monopie store in Itunani.i
nucl»™ *l‘.ri* he
Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
ls NOU IX KLAM VIII < <11
after Muy 11? Is u question
rha-, of liti* «i
DIM OX TEXT IN
In the Matter of the Estate of Edwin
-lift » utili v I * endeavoring to
and cbUdrsii » t"'"*
(.EHM 4 X Y’ Iti POItT
I.. Newbanks, Deceased:
Tu uccept the position of county
Olio tiling la lertalii, ami this
,l)lflp|<.te»ll lb” >"‘"
Notice is hereby given that the un
agriculturist, H. Roland Glaisyer ar
Jj hr will rw-<»f U the Atkinsou st**re.
ROTTERDAM. Sept. 15,—Advices dersigned lias been appointed the ad-
rived Tuesday night from For* it
'l'rhlni on that •'«“» **"• “ W«
Berlin indicate that Germany is i ministrator of the above estate, and
Grove. He is being acquainted with
into gloom over the results that ail persons having claims against
local conditions by Max A. McCall,
Whether he «m «outinne In busi-
to date. The government said estate shall present same, with
ne«or not, M«»«'*»“ l,w'’ 1,01 '•‘•‘'•«■"'L
BERI.IN, (wireless via Sayville), win» resigns the position to accept In is s aid to b** publishing only a part of proper vouchers, within six months
but it I» ri» lnteu‘1011 to I lose out lit«
Sept. 15. Tile general stuff announc-
from the date of this notice, to said
official circle» <•<11 timi the fighting
onstration department at thu Wash ti e losses on the battlefields.
Atklneou »,1M •» be 'l«"
discontent over the failure of the administrator, at his place of busi-
decided Io ie-
ington State College.
France, with tiie result doubtful, It
iverninenl to provide for the unem n*-s- Tenth and Main streets, Klam
Glaisyer, like McCall, Is a gradual -
<>n tliut duy nilliutnH was given a
-ays French efforts to break through
is reported. Business is para ath Fails, Oregon.
of the Oregon Agricultural Colleg .
i h<*<k for |9 anil Medill one for lit!
and envelope Isolated commands have
Dated August 27, 1914.
lx <*n In vain.’
,'I ) k * * lii*< ks were made out to them by
8. B. EVANS,
farming carried on here, as be last
"list rii*t you don’t *uc<-«*cd, try.' J lllaluil* I, foriunn for Edler.
I Administrator of the Estate of Edwin
VOX KLUK ( AITURE
Mr und Mrs Claudi*
When William* returned to Ito
DIM ItEIHTED TODAY
L. Newbanks. Deceased.
PARIS, (By Mail to New York), riculture at the Enterprise high
* Right In tld» old Insti w<* have iiunza lie presented III* check at •hl who recently disposed
another eiuniple •<«
» r*'11’ Bunk of Hniiuiixu, und received cash Howl io Fred G nieli
LONDON, Sept. 15.—A Central
u tbree-wi.i . sketch if the eommand- put in several mouths a. deputy agri
ablfit). in the nntloUUi eluent tillit the tor It. The same day Mvdlll'u i lie< k duy lu llu'lr nulo for
r-ln-i I. ef of the Fi uch army, A culturist of l.’nion county, where dry News dispatch says that 14,000 Ger Xotice of Meeting ot the Board ol \
roMCil Monday lll»ht Vole«» to send I wax cnalx-d at the Munoplo »tore.
Equniization oi Tile Horsefly Irri- '
man of studious dii lositlon, deep and irrigated farming methods aie man troops, including General von
In iuberrl|it ioti s to I he Allieti* au
Oil the Medill < liri k endorsement
gat ion District.
thought and loi< of act on, more thuu ¡used. Ho comes to Klamath county Kink, have been surrounded and cap
* ity l’abile Service and I bo Mniii* 1 the Initial* were A. J.** luuti-ud of
HE II AG IE, Hept 15. ('an Ger u mail ot words. Vet »hen he speaks
The board of uuectors of tbe
highly recommended by the officials tured at Dieppe. This is discredited
W J ' A pen (unit made the W
ty b<< starved out? The question "he says »oinething," and his api>eal
at army headquarters.
horsefly Irrigation district, atting an
Illis doe* not »oulid like a whole look Ilk» aii "A on the front of tlie^nu* bi'i'ii i«k**d u tliousuiid times. If
The officers say the French would a board of equalization, w^ll meet to
to tl.e people of Alsxce, France's
McCall left this morning to as-
loi I» Itself, but io Ihooe who attend rliri k. A < iiliipurluuli of t lie «ignu- tin i hau> ellorl*-» on England, Frun* •• "lost province," reveals an eloquence
have confirmed this if it was true.
Iequalizer assessments at th» residence
the council im— Uiiir**. Il meato* that turn oil tin* < li* < k with Madill's »lg 'and llusslu knew tin* answer on** of worthy of tiie best the French can
The report that the French have re of Robert Goss, in tbe Third division,
tention to remain a few days longer,
l’iiuntlimun O- D
nature »how* It to In* entirely dlffer-'the bigg* st problem»! of tiie military produi e.
but he has received several urgent taken Maubege with a big capture is at 1 o'clock p. ni., Tuesday, October
For several <-nt
aditevid his putì i,..
strategist would b<* sedve-d. Oplu-
b, 1914, and continue in session from
uin tingi Matthes has b*-en bringing
Inquiry I* lieing inude for Ulal*d«*ll, mns on this mooted point vastly tiuiiii- no one haw ever heard it
In his two years of residence here
to day, as long as may be neces-
up tbe questluu «I the city aubw rib- G , mill li fuK-man, l»> the sheriff'» ¡differ.
Mrs. G. C. Mitchell and children re- -ary, not exceeding ten days, to bear
born In Southern France, near I’er- McCall has won a host of friends,
mt for th cm * publication», In order orti* i
It I* Imileved lie will be able
It Is true that Germany hus been pigan. As a boy lie had little to say w ho, while they rejoice at his prom i- turned iast night from a visit with and determine such objections to the
tbaltbocouncil, mayor ami other orti to tell just wln<ii Williams und Medlll
dependent to a lnrgc extent on over- to anyone. He was a student. At
assessment as may come before it,
rials ma) study the methods being left Keim Spring**, a* uin< o tliut time -a food supplies, but ths recent us-
16 I k * graduated from the college of
and correct and equalize ail of the
used auccmsfully *<lrewh**r<*. tiii'l Medlll H um never been beard of.
iarrtlon of a writer on economic sub- I’erpigan with a degrei e of Bachelor
mike application of them in i*
Dis t'ntliny A Johnson, In the pres ijeds that one-third of Germany's of lx*tters, and before he had com-
WITH GERMA XY
The assessment roll is now ready
evary occasiou be »as unable to pa*, ence of District Attorney Irwin, tills 'foodstuffs Is Imported. is called a
pleted his 17th year —his case Is
will be in the office of the secre
morning made nn exanilnntion of tin* gross exaggeration.
ANTWERP, Sept. 15,—The Bel-( tary of the board, Francis Bowne, at
unique iu France—he was admitted
Monday niglit Matthews made the woiituls mi William » abdomen mid
giams have returned to the first line I
G<'iiiiiiti)' does Import something to tin* pol>technique, fourteenth in a
his residence in tiie Fourth division,
motion again, and lie supplemented H 'leg, whl< h he says he received Infon*
of Antwerp's fortifications after fourj
...i i per cent of her seat Sb» also list of hundreds, France having two
until the meeting of said board ot
•liba talk upon the bmeUla of such bring l**it In jul). mid upon whl*h It I*
days of harrying two German corps,
(require» about l.iHHt.OOO tons of West I'oints. Hie I’olytechnique, for
equalization for the inspection of ail
a courae, winding up by making each believed, u tight on tin* grounds of
a heavy unit of German marines and
wheat from abroad. Her Imports of the engineers, anil St. Cyr for tbe
I'letober of the < oulictl admit that lie ■■If d* f* ii>< will b*- b.ised The doc
lo.itoo reserve sailors. This tight by
'grain are much larger In time« of other branches of the lund forces.
Dated at Bonanza, Oregon, Sept. 1,
subscribed to at least oik * |iubllcatl >n tor* did not make nil) stiitomi-til re
the Belgians was ail effort to prevent 1914.
After one year in the military acad
devoted to tbe Interrsls ot tils trad* girding I heir examination
these reinforcements from reaching
However, her heavy exports of ry- emy he became un officer in the army
FRANCIS J. BOWNE,
von Kink's weakened flank before |
'*o It i sla have leuscd Tills grata r**-
*Mi<-u put to a vol** Hamilton and tt XI l»H
1x70. After the war he was put in
1 mains in the Fatherland.
Matthexs voted "ay* and Owens and
charge of the new defenses of Paris,
Although outnumbered (wo to one,
-Notice to Creditors
lock'eiKxl In the negative.
und it wa* ujhju the fortifications de
the Belgians fought desperately. King
In the County Court of the State of
X'lcholas settled (lie tie li) l asting III* I If the
signed by liimself at Enggheim
Albert personally directed the opera
Oregon for the Cdunty of Klamath,
t-allot aitli Mattbew.i
■ ng. straightening, leveling mid other-, famous bloodhound breeder. Major Marshal McMahon promoted
tions. and so swift were-the Belgian
the Matter of the Estate of Jessie
wine putt lug In simpe of
from lieutenant. Joffre was at
moves that they were almost in Brus- j
N. Offield, Deceased.
t liruu ghoul 'with dogs especially trained for trac time but 2 2 years old. Later he
ini any avail, the w
seis before the Germans, reinforced,
is hereby given that the un
Max A. Mc( all
the city will lii* In
sent to tiie Eastern frontier to build
took the offensive, and the Belgians
Emily M. Matthews has
I thin winter, for the
fortifications at Poutarlier; to Tou-
been apo tn ted administratrix ot the
khaki-colored "coats" marked with .i
lion, greatly regt et losing such an en
With J. )' Snii-lti'-r, head of the jnl-l Vi* tlli'M* notici*».
kikn. China, on a similar mission, and
estate of Jessie N. Otlield, deceased,
terprising, clean-cut young man from
Himiuercial department, In charge,
Xu in. Im ■ n»lve tu property ou nera red cross.
PARIS, Sept. 15.—It is declared by uie County Court of the State of
the community. After coming hero
tile* night m I khi I coin-xi opened oil H* l*i.l these wa’ka in ahupe it was
But Joffre wanted to see some real in 1912, he established the agricul here that General von der Holz, the Oregon for Klamath county, and has
I.ONIiON, Sept. 15.- The Young
Tueailay evening at Klnmnth conn ! oli,fed out nt last night's meeting of
He began to be afraid that tural department of the high school German military governor of Bel du'j qualified as such. Ali persons
ty high aciiool. The aesaiuua will be tin* louiicil that after Hie city Im* Men's Christian Association llel<l
going to be spent in build course, and taught it with gratifying gium, visited Antwerp recently under having claims against said estate are
held from 7 to 9 on Mondays, Tima avi veil n sidewalk repair notice, the* workers have c**tabliabed branches at
ing forts. He yearned to throw down results, until he resigned this spring safe conduct, and made overtures for hereby notified to present the same to
days und Thursday*
!lio|.<-tt) owner, not the < Ity, I» helJ
the trowel and pick up his sword. to take tyi the duties of agricultural tiie ending of the war as it effects me at the office of the county clerk of
Courses in atenotypy. stenography, liable* (or any damages that might >>r
General Courbet gave him his chance.
Germany and Belgium, in return for Klamath county, Klamath Falls, Ore
ist. lu addition to his instructions <n
typewriting, bookkeeping, peninnu- demanded aa *» result of injury on
Courbet took him to Formosa. agriculture. McCall also took charge certain concessions.
gon, with proper vouchers, duly veri
’blp, commercial arithmetic, etc., are that walk.
I steads have advanced more than a
Tiun», under the enemy's fi.re, be or of the athletic activities of the higli
It is said that in view of the “all fied, as required by law, within six
third ot tl.eir regular price since the
iiHeri-d free of charge. The courae I»
ganized the defense of the island. He
for one, one for all” agreement of the months from the date hereof.
for those unable to attend th» d:iy
Seveiity eight per cent of the school Euro|M*an war broke out. In some did the same thing for Madagascar school for the faculty, and under his allies. Belgium refused to consider
Date and tirst published September
I teachers In Pennsylvania ar** women. cities In England the supply Ims been Then lie was sent to Dahomey with tutelage, football, basketball and otli- this proposal.
Colonel Bennier, who was killed in an extent that the Klamath county
i»ate of last publication October
MHIA LISTS IX
.1 offre, commanding the rear
high school teams are factors to be
LONDON, Sept. 15. Sylvia Punk-i
guard, rallied the retreating French reckoned with iu -the settling of the
EMILY M. MATTHEWS,
hurst's East End suffragette» have,
and led a new attack, completely rout Southern Oregon championships.
coinpleiely ceased campaigns for votes
The socialist party is to be repre JOHN S. ROHRER, Chamber of Com
ing the enemy. Without a word, after
As county agriculturist he has beeu
and turned their energies and money
completing his victory, he entered 'equally successful. Though iu the sented at the November election by a
merce building, Portland, Ore..
Instead toward establishing war re
full county ticket. This ticket has
Tlmbuctoo, th» tirst to do so.
Attorney for Administratrix.
.office only a short time, he attained
lief depots in their Women's Hall and
That was tiie last colonial work h» results, as many farmers will attest. just been filed with the county clerk
all brunch establishments.
and various county candidates are:
performed. Returning to France he
Notice for Publication
County Judge—Ben Faus. Merrill.
(Not Coal Lands)
BERLIN, (via The Hague),
Sheriff C. A. Hay, Klamath Falls.
Fred Garich, who recently pur
Department of the Interior, United
To travelers familiar with Gor ilege; the director of the engineers,
County Clerk—Maud Zink, Klam-
States Land Office at Lakeview,
man). France mid Russia it is plain general of brigade, general of divi chased the Sugar Bowl, today com
Oregon, September 2, 1914.
why Germany could mobilize her sion, corps commander, and, lastly, pleted the moi ng of the establishment
County Treasurer- J. W. Tyrrell.
Notice is hereby given that Hattie
troops with so much more rapidity 'commander-in-chief of the French to the larger quarters in the While
l.iuzi, whose postoffice address is
than tin* other two countries. The
County Commissioner - G. J. Zink,
ers will be opened this evening, witli
Klamath Falls, Oregon, did, on the
tallt'oiids. of course, afford the an some two years ago.
Joffre never asked for a promotion. a reception and special music for the
120th day of May , 1914. tile in this
swer. Throughout Germany the webs
Justice of the Peace, I.inkille Dis
'office sworn statement and applica
nf railway» Join up every important He has never played polities. With public. In the new quarters, Garricli trict C. A. Edler.
tion No. 07557, to purchase the NW
garrison with the frontiers. On the out a word lie hus accepted what he has accommodations for hot lunches,
** NW>4 (being lot 1), Sectlop 7,
Rhine, lines stretch westward to the Ims been given ami made the best of in addition to confectionery, etc.,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Edmonds cante '^
Those who have followed the and the place is beautifully tilted up.
Township 38 S, Range 10 E., Willam
French frontier from Cologne, Bonn, it.
in last nighti.from a sojourn at tbe
ette meridian, and the timber there
Coblenz Kteuznai h, and further south course» in college of General Joffre
latter’s mine at Hayden Hill in Mo- ,
The petition presented to the Swed
on, under the provisions of the act
from Frankfurt and Mannheim. Pos 'declare him to be a deciple of Na
doc county. They drove 134 miles,
of June 3,1878, and acts amendatory,
en and Eastern Prussia are literally poleon L. so far as his methods are ish diet asking for political suffrag« Tuesday in Edmond’s car.
lias 351,454 signatures.
known as the "Timber and Stone
honeycombed with railways to the concerned,
Joffre Is not a dress parade man.
Law,” at such value as might be fixed
frontier. On the Hunsinn side of the
by appraisement, and that, pursuant
border lint* there tire hardly any rail H« is practical. Here is an illustra-
Ito such applicationi»the land and tim
There wfll be a mass convention of
‘tlou. At the annual maneuvers of the
French army In the past everything all those who signed tiie ’’out-to-win" In the* county court of the state of ber thereon have been appraised at a
Oregon, for the county of Clacka
¡was according to program. Friday voters league slips on September 23.
total of $10o, the timber estimated
supplied with rail«a.vs, but from a
tiie Blue army would do thus and so. 11914, at 2:30 and 8 o'clock p. m., in
160,000 board feet, nt 50 cents fier
military standpoint they are. sadly
Tiie Red army doing this and that. I the court house in Klamath Falls,. In the matter of the estate of Aguust M„ and the land »20; that said appll-
I he gun that users swear hv againsl all comers.
XV. Neumann, deceased.
< ant will offer final proof in support
Pick out some friend you know who uses one.
like everything else In France, on a I Saturday Blues und Reds would con I Let there be a general rally from all
Ask him about it. Let him show you the Solid
Notice is hereby given that by vir- (,f her application and sworn state-
Breech, Bottom Ejection shells, smoke and
Practlenlly everything to got to .on until the Inst day, when the presl- ant interests for tiie dry state and tue of an order and license heretofore ment on the 7th day of November,
gases go down away from your face; three Safety
'd«nt of the republic, with his entour dry candidates to be considered at granted by the above-named court to1 1914, before C. R. De Lap, county
Devices, simple Take>down, the Hammerless
frontier must pass through Paris.
age, would occupy tents at a pre this meeting, M. F. Childs of Ash- the undersigned administrator of the clerk of Klamath county, at Klamath
Thrn when you are ready Io bur it go Iu the Remiaf*
arranged location and follow the linai [land, Oregon, who has been working estate of August W. Neumann, de-¡Falls, Oregon
ton UMC «lealar in this community
You'll know him by
in the county for the dry state since ceased, I will ofTer for sale, and on
tho Wed Mu// MorA oA Rwngte* UMC th. Sas« «<
Any person is at liberty to protest
Joffre, upon assuming command, '.lune 10, will lie present and speak and after the 25th day of September, this purchase before entry, or initiate
T<» he<*fi your sun cloanod and lubricated right,
LONDON, Sept. 15. A British sub found all this too tame. It was not and answer questions in relation to 1914, xxill sell at private sale, for ¡a contest at any time before patent
«••• Hem Oil, the new powder solvent, ruat |we-
ventalive and gun lubricant.
marine today sunk the German pro- near enough actual warfare to suit the campaign. Other speakers may tnsli, to the highest bidder, subject Issues, by filing a corroborated artl-
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
lleeted cruiser "llela." There are no him, and he completely changed he present. Do not forget the date to confirmation by the said court, the ' davit In this office, alleging facts
following described real property, to- 'which would defeat the entry.
'details given out. hut It Is understood things. At the last maneuvers r.e and pince.
JAS. F. Bl'Rd ESS. R<>gister.
that It occurred off Heligoland, and put the two armies in the field and' By order of the* committee.
gave them the briefest Instructions.1
It h It sw
The east half of the southwest! 9-10 11-5 sw
that the cruiser's crew was saved.
The Czar Is Angry at Wilhelm
The Urge Shipment oí Pianos
The "Good Old Stand-by