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THl'KNDAY, OCTOBER tn, IWI4
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE
WOULD SAVE LANDS BY STOPPING
THE EXCESSIVE USE OF WATER
HISTORY OF THE COSSACKS
THE Gl MONI YC HI SSIIN
Boston Wins the
of the Klamath
By I*. VI. SARI.E
; (lulled I’ress Staff Correspondence I
You art* hereby notified that at a
I.ONDtiN, Sept 15. (By mnll to
By HAL sill Itili IN
W. O. SMITH
monthly meeting of the board
| New York)- If you want to strike
FENWAY PARK. Boston, Oil 13 of director* of xuld naaoclatlon held In
terror to the heart of nn Auatrimi or
tleriuan the«« days, say "t'oaaack." By defeating th«* 1'hiludclpliln Alb the uxaiM'latiun offlt*«. Reclamation
I Tito very word
to hold a horror I letica by a score of Ihres to olid thia Her vice Building, Klamath Falla, Ore
Published by th* Harald PubUahing
for the kaiser's 'men and also for attsrnoou, tieurge Htnllluga' Boston gon Saturday. October 3, IWI4, the
(oilowing resolution waa duly ititro-
[Brave* woli the rltailiplouslllp of
Company, of Klamath Falla, oa
Finn* Josef'» troop».
seconded and pnaa««d and en
Monday and Thvraday of each weak
R< i>i»mberlng their exploits against |
Napoleon and their w ild warfare dur-1 In addition, they performed an un tered upon the minutes of »aid meet.
mg the revolt of Hungary, Austrians ' I’1 ecedentrd foat by winning lit« ‘mg. lo-w|t
board of di
|aud G< rmans shudder »lien
¡think of the Cossack» luvadlug their Not alnce the history «( |H>al-aeaaou rector* of the Klamath Water ti aera
WHAT HAS JUDGE
¡countries The Cossack'* cruelly dur baseball contests has this record bron Association In regular monthly meet ■
Ing assembled. that ther« be and
ing the Russian revolution Is well «•quqllud.
la hereby Issued a call for a
; known, aud their operations In China
The Bravos, although a much I uv
tin 1 »no were criticised not only by all built up largely this year by Manager *pt*clal meeting of the «toekboldera of
OW that Judge Worden has pub
the Klamath Water Users Aaaocla-
licly announced his determina
With a view to stopping the water gallon at the same price aa every average ranch with that class of soil, the world outside of Russia, but by Stallings, proved themselves tupable itloti. to be held lit the Houston Opera
tion to make a campaign for re-elec logging of lands and other damages other In the unit.
irrigated in the average manner, I-et
In th«« Rusao-.laputie«e war lhe Cos 'time ttug winners In all departments. ‘House. K lautal It Falla. Oregon. Fri
tion. it might be well to review his caused by the excessive use of water.
The second principle is that no one this M the standard amount of water
<lld not live up to their reputa
Not only tho majority of the fan* day, the Sth day <>r November. 1*14,
accomplishments during tbe past four
has a right to use an excessive amount tor that class, for which the minimum
at the hour of 2 o'clock p nt for the
years, rs only in that way cau the Project Manager J. O. Camp proposes of water, thereby damaging his own charge must be paid. Make thia min tion*. The reason was cl««ar enough, iln the nation, but many expert* na purpose of chooalng a member of the
'well, could not figure out any way by
vo««*rs determine, with any degree of to make charges in the future by the land and hla neighbor's, and neceaal- imum charge sufficient to meet the
Their reason for belnt In warfare Is which Boston could hope to win. The Klamath Water V*er* Association as
accuracy, what to expect under an acre foot rule, which will be sn Incen- fating the expending of large sums expenses of the first unit.
wonderful work of Connie Muck's a member of the readjusting board
other four years of the same adminis tive for th« economical use of irriga- for drainage. If he does this he
Second- Fix a price per acre foot, to enrich themselves by It.
of the reclamation service In re
veterans, who lit four eeaaonn past
should be charged an extra price for which must be paid for all water used
the charges on the Klamath
In excess of these standard amounts. Russia tnak«*a them so Originally the have captured three pennants. ha ‘ Project
The people of Klamath county do follows tn a letter to each of the di the excess water he use«.
The third is that if a settler takes
Third Fix a price per acre foot
not need any promises from a man
<<>u arc further notified that tn
special pains to levee his land and which will be credited to each user to prot«*ct th« frontiers during wars tlnlshed ahead In the American ipursuance of said call the stockhold
who has had four years’ time in which Associatioa:
to demonstrate not only what he can i The twenty year extension bill pro special pains to be as economical as for every acre foot less than the stan
ers of the aald association will meet
vides a new plan of charging for op possible In the use of water, that he dard amount that he usea. provided when Russia started her long march be as strong as et«r.
do. but what he will do.
Iln special meeting In the Houston
The first thing that is impressed on eration and maintenance. It is based should have a rebate on hla operation that all bia land la In cultivation and
Opera House. Klamath Falla, Oregon.
Mohametan races In Central Asia, a the way tho team went to piree* In
on a certain price per acre foot, with and maintenance charge.
he does not sub-irrlgate.
the man who has to dig down into
Friday. th<* Sth day of November.
Tho wonderful In-
Fourth—That we must dh.courage
Fourth—In each director's district
hia pockets to pay bls share of the ex a minimum amount, which all land
1*14. at the hour of 2 o'clock p tn
I close to (he new Asiatic frontier of field slowed up, Bender and Plank,
penditures incurred by tbe county that can be irtigated and is not ex any land owner from leaving his land the director and the project manager
<>f said day for the purpose of cliooe
th« old Invincible», were batted freely,
empted must pay whether they use uncultivated, hence we must not make will classify all the farm units accord (he Russian empire.
court, is this fact:
Ing a member of thia association to
Th«« Cossacks cost Russia nothing while the traditional batting eyes of
the water or not.
conditions that would induce him to ing to the amount of water needed
' set us a member of tho board Io re
Out of thirty-four counties in the
[Tbe empire endowed them with spe Baker. Collin» anti the rest of Mc
If all our soil was the same quality, try to reduce his water bill by not for these units.
adjust charges on the Klamath Pro-
state of Oregon, there are only eight with the same subsoil, this plan would cultivating his land.
There will be some difficulty in cial privileges, for which In return, at Gillicuddy's sluggers were completely Ject
counties which cannot boast of being be easy to work out. We could say-
I have stated the situation to the classifying these lands correctly, and n certain ago and under special con puaaled by tb<* offering* of I he* floe-
Dated al Klamath Falla, Oregon,
out of debt and having a good surplus ' two acre feet per acre is enough for reclamation commission, and I out-
It will probably be several years be ditions. they have to give military ser toniana.
Turstlay. October II. 1*14
in the tre«sury, and of these Klam sny one who prepares his land prop lined a plan that I believe will solve
Whether or not Mack's loini will
fore this la satisfactorily adjusted, vice. Ths total Coerack imputation
ALBERT R ELDER.
ath county as far in the lead with the erly, and irrigates as he should, but the problem. They hsve authorised
but it is very noceaaary that we work I now is about 3.000,000, of which be able to recuperate next year Is
Klamath Water I’sera Aa
our soils and sub-soils are not the me to take It up with your board and out this problem so as to be just to 700.000 are women. The CosMcks problematical But should lie hold a
10-16-1 l-t aw
The state official report for June 30 I same. The amount of water sufficient see it we can work It out. The plan everyone, and yet prevent the exces- own about 148,500.000 acm of land cellar iHjaltlon for a faw years the
shows that Klamath county, at that for our clayey soils would be entirely is as follows:
Sul Ice to treditors
slxe use of water, which la ruluing so Military service la obligatory for all Jans will all recall lhe grand «Id ma
time, had a total indebtedness above inadequate for our sandy soils.
men for twenty years, beginning at chine which kept Philadelphia In the In tlm County Court of the Htats of
Your board, the project manager much of our land.
all moneys in the several funds, of
In solving this problem, we mu3t and irrigation manager shall do as
Oregon for the County of Klamath
I am writing to you so you can be the age of 18. Practically the Cue- tunning all the time, and which cop
(418,148.71. The outstanding war stick to the principle that every acre follows:
thinking over this plan, and the sack youth starts his military career tied off pennant after |>«nnaiit for lhe In the Matter of the Estate of Jessie
rants on which interest was accruing of land in the same unit is entitled to
First—Decide on two or three means to carry it out before your at 14. when he joins an organisation i('lty of Brotherly lx>ve. Combs. Ben
N. Ollisld, I'ec- ssed.
amounted to over (432,000.
! sufficient water to raise an average classes of soils and for each decide next meeting. I think It a good Idea ¡similar to the Boy Scouts.
der, Plank. 1-app. Collins. Mcliinla.
Not < Is hereby given tbst th« un-
Actlv«« service the Cossack does for Baker, I*«via, Oldrlng and the Mur dersIgnvJ, Emily M Matthews has
The indebtedness of five of the crop with the average farm lateral what amount of water is necessary to for everybody to be studying on this
'three «ears In th«» preliminary divi phys will for years remain In the been «pointed administratrix of lb«
eight counties was only in amounts of system and average methods of irri- raise an average crop of bay on the ■ problem.
sion. The next twelve year* he Is In memories of the fans, aa do even yet exists of Jesxle N. Offield, d«c«MUnd.
a tew thousands, while the deficit of
.active service, and the last five years Hub« Waddell, Hchreck and other by flic County Court of me Slate of
Jackson county, which is the next ; question put up to the voters with-
he is on the reserve list Every Cos Athletics gone before.
Oregou for Klamath county, hud has
largest below Klamath, is covered by ’ out delay, that they may settle the
sack is bound to provide hi* own uni
Tho credit for winning the four duly qualified aa such. All psrsoua
a bond issue, which was voted by the i thing finally, and clear the way for
form, equipment and horse, the gov- straights go to Dick Rudolph and having claims against said «slat« are
the city council to take steps toward
Dl NKIRK, Belgium, Oct. 14.—The German ad vane«- coatiaara. lit
Bill James of the Braves. Rudolph heivb) nut died to present the same to
Many a thrifty business has gone i the abatement of the nuisance before cycle cotte an<l cavalry have been eaeounteeevl I*-«« than twenty miles front .eminent furnishing the arms.
Every Coesa, k troop on active ser- won the tlrst game, and James, In ad tue at tbv office of the county clerk of
bankrupt through paying interest on , it is time to turn the water in again the channel porta.
vice Is divided Into three equal parts, dltlon to winning the second game, I. lamaih county, Klamath Falla, Or«-
mortgages, yet th* people of Klamath . next spring.
The harried massing of troops by tin- allies Indicate the approach of a 'according t>> age and the third only In weut Into th«» box In the tenth Innlug gon, with proper vouchers, duly veri
The question to be submitted to the
younty are annually literally throwing
away (25,920 in interest on tilts in • people as a charter amendment is not titanic condlct. Tin- casualties will be eaomsoaa, as tin- counlryshle ia flat real service, while two others stay at ¡of the third gutne to relieve Tyler, fied. as required by law, within six
home. They are bound to march out while Rudolph again took the Ath mouths from th« date hereof.
debtedness for which they are receiv . whether the city shall take over the and tievoid of any cover.
Just as soon as the order la given. letics down in today's game
I■ tie and tlrst published Beptember
ing no returns. Judging from the ) Ankeny canal and the obligations to
CenMtrtddp forbids the trauomUaion of even U m * approximate location
past four years the natural conclu
of the Itatele ground the alliett tiare dionea.
It I« h ameil that entrench-
Quite recently there was formed in elation, for despite the Injury to Red
I‘ata of last publication October
sion is that a continuation of the pres . whether the city council shall be em-
ment» are being prepared.
Transkaspla three troops of half-wild Smith, with Deal In hla place at third, is, :*i4.
ent administration would mean a con . powered to take up this matter with
HMII.Y M MA1TIIKWH.
Turkomans. These aro now being th« Breves overshadowed the Ath
tinual increase in this waste of ’ the government for a definite settle
By W.M. PHILLIP SIMS
JOHN 8. ROllltCIt, Chamber of Com
They ar« the creation of the famous
This more than (25,000 of tbe tax
merce building, I'ortlaftd, Ore .
Russian general, Hkobeleff. called the were oul-generaled, out gamed, and
payers’ money that is being thrown sults can be expected.
army is ne-nar-ing the French left.
Attorney for Administratrix
Some contend that the reclamation
away would built quite a little stretch
Germany could not Ivave selected a better Held in lite wheto of Europe utany was so great that Blsmark
Shaw key pitched Imlay's game for
of road through the level sections of service is trying to unload a burden
NoOce fur Publication
upon the city. If the city does not to attempt to bottle up tin- allies. Tin- Belgians narrowly erreaped Isola feared him, and iiald a great deal of Philadelphia. The score follows
the farming districts of the county.
(Not Coal Landa)
It II K.
What do you think about ft, Mr. assume this, ,'iow is it going to make tion in their retreat from Antwerp.
of tho Interior, United
any headway toward closing the
Tlie German forces rele«M-<l from the asaaulting of Antwerp an- now
Stat«« Land Office at Lakeview,
Hits . .0 o o I 3 2 0 U 0
ditch, and using some new tactics to advancing neat and south toward the coast. The northwestern German assassinated. In 1880, Skobeleff at
Oregon, September 2, 1*14.
I 7 0
ward recalcitrant water right hold column lias been <lela< li«*d from von Boehm's array and Is also marclilng tempted to put through hla plan of Athletics <> 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
WET AND DRY TERRITORY
Notice Is hereby given that Haiti«
organising troop* among these half
Hits . .1 I 1 3 2 0 0 0 0
ers? The matter was taken up re
toward the English cliannel.
('. I.luil, whose postoffles address la
wild men. He well knew the terrible
N VIEW of the wet and dry votes peatedly with the government officials
Klamath Falla. Oregon, did, <>n the
¡part they would play In an Invasion
This force Is swinging In an an and In a northwesterly direction.
under the old administration, and was
to be held in November, the fol-
2oth day of May, 1*14, tile In thia
dropped just as often. Is it any won
The country along th«- cliannel is a Hat, and h not >ull«*d for defense
•lowing facts will be of interest:
office a vurn statement and applica
der that the former Department of against assault. To the north of this lies Holland, a neutral country, and to objected to the plan, and It fell
Nine states which before January
LINCOLN, Neb. Oct 13
Mrs tion No. 07557, to purchase the NW
tbe Interior was disgusted?
the west is the English cliannel.
1, 1913, enacted prohibition laws
as % NW$) (being lot 1), Section 7,
The longer the matter is allowed to
Kansas, Maine, Mississippi,
The logical route would lie for French, British anil Belgians to slip with France. and It looked as though her husband, Is In favor of soman Township 38 8, liange 10 E., Willam
go on in its present shape, the more
North Carolina. North Dakota, Okla
Skobeleff'« plan might be adopted. It suffrage, and she has issued a denial ette meridian, and tbe timber there
unfavorable the terms of the govern southward along the <oast until they reach a mon* suitable battlefield.
homa, Tennessee. West Virginia and
ment. The time to act is now. and
I nofficial reports are received of the resumption of the allies' attack had attractful attention In high diplo of the report that she was opposed to on, under the provisions of tbe act
matic circles. But about this time a the votes-for women cause After Sec of June 3,1878, and Hot* amendatory,
no time should be lost In granting the upon tlie German center. The minister of war Is silent regarding this.
Virginia, with a population of
[young German actress whom 8kob<»- retary of State llryau’s declaration In known an tho Timber and Stone
city council the power the govern
Aviators say tlie Gernuin center 1s weakened aa the result of tlie with
nearly 2,000,000, went dry in Sep
leff was paying attention to, p«ilson«*d favor of the equal suffrage move Law,” at such value aa might be fixed
ment says it must have before.L'ncle
(ember. The law arili go into effect
drawal of troops toward tin- northwest. A force is Mag hurriedly massed him In a hotel In Moscow.
It was ment. Mrs Bryan made tlie follow by appraisement, and that, pursuant
Sam will make disposition of the
November 1, 1916.
there to weaken tlie German right.
believed she was in the pay of the Ing statement, a copy of which she lto ■urh “PPHreDon, the land and tlm-
There are seventeen states in which (
Tlie war office deni«*s the German claims of defeat for the French cav German government. But 8kobel««ff's sent to the Nebraska Equal Suffrage b"r ,,u'r”t,,‘ have beou appraised at •
50 per cent of the population live in NOVEL DANCE IS
dotal of 1100, the timber estimated
scheme finally worked out, as recent Aasoclat Ion:
alry divisions on tlie left recently.
so-called no-license territory. These
“I am not an antl-xuffrHglst, and 1(0,000 board feet, at 60 cents per
are Alabama, Arkansas. Colorado.1
An Incident, humorous, and yet have never attended any anti-suffrage M , and tho land (20; that said appli
If it’s wortli having. Its north in in London, baa joined the Servian
Florida, Idaho, Indiana. Iowa, South 1
gravely significant, occurred on the meetings. I have been u firm believer cant will offer final proof In support
Decidedly novel are the plans made
Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Ver for a Hallowe’en "Ghost Dance" to be -uring. bee Cliilcote.
occasion of the kaiser's visit to St. In suffrage without tex qualification» of h,,r «Pl’Hratlo«» and sworn *tato-
mont Virginia. Kentucky, Louisiana. ' given by the Merrill Library Club at
Petersburg before the Franco-Russian for twenty-fiv« yenrs, and I rarneetly!I,,,nt ,,n tb* 701
Mme. Broultcb, formerly Mabel
Minnesota, Nebraska and New Hamp ' the Merrill opera house on the night
New York has over 100 women alliance. Several Cossack troops were wish succesH to the fquat suffrage
before t It. De Lap, county
shire. which have a population of of Friday, October 30. The dancers Dunlop of Clarksburg, W. Va., and physicians engaged in preventive drawn up for Inspection by the kaiser campaign In Nebraska this fall. Our ,','rh
Klamath county, at Klamath
are requested to attend draped in wife of the Servian foreign minister • work.
As he viewed them he was attracted eldest daughter Ims been an iutereat-111 ",,H' ,,re,on-
There are thirteen states in which sheets and pillow cases. The decorat
by a beautiful sword carried by a Cos cd voter In Colorado; our youngest, n
l,•^•o,1 •* “t liberty to protest
25 per cent of the population live in ing committee will supply sufficient
'••for« «ntry. or Initial»
sack officer. "May 1 oee ft?” he In- member of the Equal Suffrage League |thU
no-license territory, namely: Califor "spooky" effects to make tbe shivers
[quired. “I knew that the swords of of the Nebraska State Bnlversity.
' '<’n,p"t “l n»Y time before paten.
nia, Iyelaware, Illinois, Maryland. i<ome.
the Cossacks are excellent. Is it an “(Signed) MARY BAIRD BRYAN." Iby fllln“ * corroborated all.
Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri,
davit In thia office, alleging fac e
The dance is given for the benefit
Ohio. Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wis of the Merrill library. A special in-
which would defeat the entry.
"Yes, your majesty,’/ replied the, Low In Portland.
consin and Wyoming.
JAS. F. BURGEM. Register.
vitation bas been issued the candi
officer. "It Is a very old one.”
At different times twenty-four dates.
The kaiser took the sword and read tending the State Grand Lodge of the 9-10 11-5 sw
states have adopted the policy of pro
Following are the committees in
the engraving upon*It. Then with n Knight« of Pythias.
Notice of .................. til of Ailmlnls-
War han advanced the price of hnmess »nil liai-newi goods from
hibition. All but ten, for one reason charge of the big affair:
smile he returned tho sword. The'
or another, have abandoned it for
Floor managers—Mrs. 8. E. Mar
per cent and there will I m - no tlrrmiw for several years
He Got Hie Limit
Notice I* hereby given that I havo
local option or control by license.
tin. Mrs. Ray Merrill, Mrs. R. L. Dal
"God give me opportunity to lend | Andrew M. ('oilier observed Colum- been appointed ax tho administratrix
You will never be able to buy your harness again a*
Of the ten dry states the majority ton, Mrs. W. C. Dunning, Mrs. Al
my horae to drink from the 8pree.”’ bus Day by going Into the wildwood Of the estate of Vivian R. Evans, de-
have been dry but a few years, and i Coan, Mise Lois Barrows.
you ran this fall.
(’t he Spree is the river on which Ber and shooting nil tho quali th« law eeaaed.
one. West Virginia, went dry on July; 1 Decorating committee—Mrs. R.
lin Is located.)
1 of this year.
All persons having claima against
Dalton, Mrs. Ray Merrill, Mrs. R. H.
“I hope you will be successful,'
I tbe said estate aro directed to preaunt
Statewide prohibition campaigns Anderson, Mrs. W. C. Dunning.
said the kaiser, "and fully accomplish
After two hour* of deliberation, name, with proper voucher* attached,
MY LARGE AND ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE HOLD AT THE
are on this fall in Ohio, California.
Music committee Mrs. C. 8. Blake,
the desire of your ancestor.”
the jury hearing the trial of W. I.. to me, ut my realdence in Poo Valley,
Oregon and Washington.
OLD PRICEH WHILE THEY LAHT. NOW IH YOI II OPPOR
Mrs. Al Coan, Miss Ix>is Barrows.
The officer Is now nt the bend of Melton, on charge of Helling liquor
Klamath county, Oregon, or at the
Advertising committee—Mrs. C. 8.
one of tlie troops In Russia's first j to an Indian, returned a verdict Into
office of my nttorneya, Kuykendall 41
DON’T DELAY IT
Blake, Catherine Prehm.
I the justice court In favor of the de Ferguson, whoso office* are in tho
fendant. Th« complaining witness Loomis building, Kluninth Falla, Ore
OW that the Ankeny canal mat-
If It's worth having, It's worth In
The Klamath Volley Warehouse was Jack Palmer, an Indian, and It is
gon, xtK'h claims to be presented
ter is about in a position to be juring. See Chilcote.
will store grain and Issue warehouse hold by the defense Hint lie made tho
six month* from this date, to
¡■nt up to the people to vote-upon,
receipts. Phono 58.
57-2w charge In a spirit of revenge for the wn: October Sth, 1014.
The house passed, by unanimous
whether or not Mayor Nicholas is
attaching of the team of James Lalo,
ZEI.LA G. EVANS.
opposed to this transfer or in favor of consent, the Oldfield bill, providing
Klamath Falla, Ore.
The Washington (1). C.) police de another Indian, a few days ago.
Admlnlxtralrl: of the Estate of Vivian
it, la a matter of small moment. The for a reorganization of the patent
partment la advertising for two po
W. H. A Kenner appeared for Mel
R. Evans, Deceased.
matter that counts now la to have the office.
ton nt today's hearing.
1U-8 11-5 aw
Project Manager Camp Takes Up With Directors of Water
Users Association the Charging for Water by the
Acre-Foot Instead of Method Used in Past
NEXT BATTLE TO BE WAGED BY CHANNEL
Bradley Hamess Company