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0,1 MAN IS,
M. R. TAYLOR COMK8 IN CON
TACT WITH A HIGH VOI.TAC1K
POWRR LINK AM) IH 8KVKKKI.V
HURNKD UN HKAIl AND THIUII
M. II. Taylor, nn employe of the
reclamation service, war scrlousty In
jured Monday afternoon oy coming In
contact with n high voltage power
tin near the I.. Short ranch.
Dr. Wright, who li attending the
Injured man, ietorts UU condition
favorable this afternoon, and chances
good for lilt recovery. Ho la being
cared for at the Short ranch.
Taylor waa oailitlng In moving thn
gasoline excavator of the reclamation
service at the time of the accident.
He came In contact with a telephone
wire which had abort clrclutcd with
the power line, nud fell a distance of
about 31 feet, lie was reverely burn
ed about the head and left thigh.
A similar accident occurred early
this year "when two employes of the
reclamation service were Injured.
assvYssll RCtfMl fSAM gstssl VAsW
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batter to face him waa retired at first
and the next two fanned, la tho
ninth the first man up singled, but
the next thret were easily retired.
Hours before the teams appeared
all of the seata not reserved were
packed. A great yell greeted the ap
pearance of the Giants.
Doth teams wore their old uni
form. Doyle waa presented with au auto,
won as the most valuable player In
the National .League. The managers
nud players were photographed.
The QtanU took the field at 12:48,
and Boston at 12:63.
The grand stands were Jammed
with a wildly yelling crowd.
The lineup of the two teams was
(Hants Devore If.. Snodgrass cf.,
Murray rf., Merkle lb., Doyle Zb..
lleraeg 3b.. Myers c, Fletcher ss.,
Bottoa Hoorcr rf., Yerkes lb..
Speaker cf., Lewis If.. Barnder lb..
Siabl lb.. Wagner as., Cady c.
The batteries are Wood jnd Cadr
for Boston, Tesreau and Myers for
Umpires Klem and Rlgler of the
National League; O'Loughlln inu
Evans of the American League.
8Uhl weat out at first; Wagner sin
gled, followed by a ripping single
by Cady; Wood rolled a alow one to
Doyle, who dropped the ball, which
was recovered by Fletcher In time to
retire Cady at second; Hooper dou
bled, scoring Wagner, nud Ycrkv
landed ou the ball for another double.
which scored Wood and Hooper;
Speaker fanned and ended the agony.
For the Giants In their halt of the
seventh lleraog fanned; Myers was
hit by a pitched ball and walked, but
was forced out at second by Fletcher.
McCormlck batted for Teereau and
filed out. No runs.
Score, 4 to I.
Cloud of deep gloom over grand
stand resembles typhoon.
Crandall went In to try and redeem
the game. Lewis out at first; Hard
ucr fanned; Stahl fanned. ,No runs.
For New York Devore and Doyle
each died at first and Snodgrass fan
ned. No runs.
Score still 4 to 1.
It look like something doing tor
the lied Sox lu this Inning as Wngnsr.
the first man up, doubled, Cady sacrl
need and advanced him one station.
but Wood and Hooper each made easy
cuts. No runs.
The last half of the last Inning for
the filanu nearly caused an epidemic
of palpitation of the heart. Murray
(led out, but Merkle atngled, follow
cd by a single by Hersog, but Merk'c
was held on second. Then Meycri
singled and Merkle scored, while Her
tog went t.i third and Myers to second
en Hooper's, throw to the plate. Deck
er ran for Meyers. Tho agony wis
ended when Fletcher and Crandall
both fanned. One run.
Final scere: Boston 4, New York 3.
Score aad Hit by laalags
Innings 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 !
Boston .....0 0000130 0 4
Bsse hits .0 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 17
New York...O 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 3
Base hits .10 2 1110 0 39
Four umpires were used. Klem
was behind the bat. Evans umpiring
the bases. O'Loughlln waa on the
left Held foul line and Rlgler looked
alter the right field foul line.
Worder. School Boy is Kidnapped
Officers on Trail of D. W. Jones
Shippington Woman Complains to the County Authorities and Complaint
Charging Kidnapping is Issued. She was Separated Prom Jones
Seven Years Ago and Court Gave Her Custody of the Boy
Charged with kidnapping III U-i That Jones enmo to Oregon for thu court awarded ltt-r tlit ciieludy of llio i.iml In hum speeding liivntd Spring-
yeaiMild son, 1). W. Jones of Spring-1 exprest purpose if stealing his ,ut , !' iid Mie came 'et. Two or th.o,. - M"'
Id. Mo., Is a fuglttvo from Justice. 'dour his former wife Is the nstorllou " married I Wrst. and ' '
and rcprcfcntntlte of tho sheriffs of those who aro insisting the motliol has Iweu living In Hhlpplngton. leoinoille.l W II Hhiiw, the attorney.
office are making every effort to np-ilti tho elTort to retouT tho riMlody of Willie June, the IS-yeiir-uld bo. U'ho in ndlUod to sueur to n com
prehend him. With the boy. Jone the hoi' mid effort I In, nrrvat of tli. tins h.rti nttemlliii; xihool In Wordeii I'lalllt ihnrglllg child slenllng, mid
boarded a south bound train at Wor- lather. Ihl moriilriK tl W Join appeared ''"' ,'ul '"; ,,w "u0" " Vl" wnr.r""t
. ... . . ... ... .... " l'Ui'd lilt' representative of tho
den this morning, and It Is expected It was oeit years ago that Mrs. at the school limine and persuaded III g(l,rn", tlInf ()l ),,,,. ,) m. ,,f.
that his arrest will be made before i.KMiei serured a decree of divorce, ton to accompany him He hoarded r(lri u ,, Ileitis made to iiiiuroheml '
morning. ,tiom her husband lu Arkansas. The the south huund train with the lo. jotics.
Itinnbli. its ntlnrtiev's f. ... ..Tr"-
Vl therein. """Hot.
Thlnl To Uh, ,,,,
of l.ml,ofnlllll,,ro(l( !
dollars, Willi Intel eat t!. ... ."'
iMX-f.Opor cunt per ;Z;.
tuu STin nay or July i,., "
lts.li. "' ""fl
Hits summon. I. .,,
? "r,l,,r ' n..f.w, , ,' 7
.ri'iimut, JuilKoiif ihiMirculi ,,,;,.
im hi.i. of ,),gUlli ,;',;;'''
r unity, mud., on ti,P J6U) ... ,
f.lHl.er, A. II ll.blbul,iu
llnreof ,e ,. $
weekly ,,,.ir ,,, '
.Kl'iimilliCoiiiily, Oregon fr , t '
'neciillvo ,,!,. ., ., ",-
piihllinllon helug m, , ,,. . "
t ulier. A II I9U """'of
Alnrtiwyr for I'ltlsm
Cronils Are Karly
United I're-s Service
NKW YORK, Oct. 8 At 1Q o'clock
this morning, an hour after too gates
were opened, thero were 12,000 peo
ple In the park. The weather Is Ideal.
The pitchers have not been announc
ed as yet.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 8, Fifty tullow uiul augur pine, and $1.50 ir let n dollars ($11), with interest
clerks and other, hotel attaches uru.M. feet for all other species. The thereon at thu rale of six per cent pti
ready to testify.- Through these w It- timber mutt be cut under regulations milium from tho llflrctitli day ol
nestes the government plans to trace .prescribed by tho secretary ot the In- Mirch, 1903, until paid, and the fu
the movements of the defendants. 'torlor. All timber mutt bo cut and tlivr sum of fourteen dollars (till
Prosecuting Attorney Miller con- removed prior to Juno 1, 1913, With Mil. InturoJt thereon til tho ratu ot
tinned his statement today, and It Is thu bid n certified check on a solveut rl per cent per annum from (tut Ml
thought that he will not conclude It national bauk must bo submitted lu irnth day of March, t V00. until paid,
before the sessions ends for tho day itho amount of $S00. This check will ki.ii tho further sum of fuu tin and
bo returned to unsuccessful bidders, MO0U dollars f (14.(0), with Interest
The Ladles Aid ot the Methodist applied tounrd the payment tor tlm- thereon at the rate of tlx per cent per
church will hold n meeting In the bcr If bid Is accvplsd, and retained at annum from the fllternth day of
busoment of the church nt 230 oti, forfeit If u bid Is accepted and thu 'larch. 1907. until paid; and the fur-
Thursday afternoon. All the ludlts 'bidder Mils to comply with the re- iher sum of sixteen and 51-100 dul
aro requested to be present. n'lien 'uulromculs ot his bid. Tho right of l.us ($1C.5I), with Interctt thereon
Is work to be done. v .H'c commissioner ot Indian uffulrs tv at tho rato of six per ceut per an-
lwalo technical defects lu umertUc n.m from t'-n llltinith day ot Mjrch.
FOR SAI.i: flood steel range. In- menta and bids, and to reject any 190, until paid; and the further suui
ijulre during fore4toon, W. K. e.ana all bids, Is reserved. 1 urllier In- of sixteen und "t-100 dollars
Henry l. Ilviiton, Judge of (ho cir
cuit cuurt of the rltate uf Oregon, for
tho County of Ktniuath, made and en
tered on the 25th da) of rlvpteiuber,
1912. and the first publication there
of Is made on tho Sdth day of Sep
J t' UUTIINIC.
t'-M-ll-T r .Mton'my for Plaintiff
In tho Circuit Court of the HUtu ol
Oregon, for Klamath County.
Don t Pay Money for Darkness
If you uto oldf.iiliii.ned earbot
lamps you are paying c rpul, aut o(
overy dollar for dnrknmj u ly.
o be done. J
.V. flood steel range
lurlns' fnrWIonn. W V.
ley. rorner'Thlrdyiiid JefTcrson. s-filfmatlon as to the timber and copies i$lti,?l), with Interest thereon at the To M"rl" ,fc ("
J of tho approved form of contract ma ,ntc of six per cent per annum from t'lfford, Hi
Ur. Wright reports the birth Mon-!l'C obtained upon reiuett from the tu
day ot a 9-pound son to Mr. and Mrs..lerlritendcnt of tho Klamath Indian
II. V. Ynden. school, Klamath Agency, Orcgou.
Klamath Agency, Oregon. Meptem-
WiMMtnien of the World !bcr 10. 1912. Kdtou WaUou. suuer-
There will bo n meeting of Kwaunu
Camp No. 799. W. O. W., tonight.
Candidates are reUFSted to be pres
ent without fall.
CHAS. n.' IV" LAP. Clerk.
Kverybody's dolng.lt. Whatf Sub
scribing for Tho Herald, of courrw.
Iiitendcnt Klamath Indian school.
lu llltcruth day of March, 1910, until
li.ld, and the further sum of seven
teen and 70-100 dollars ($17.70).
with Interest thereou'al the rate of
'ix per rent per annum from the flf
rvnin uny oi.Marcn, isiu until palilt
Clifford sud Walter H.
e Above-Named De
CNWtTTEE COMPUTES CNAiTERj
(Continued from Page 1)
Oregon. September 7, 1912. "u "" '" oi j. i-tuiik naruy.
v,i. i. . .... i ..... ,,..,... cccavcd: also nil unhnonrii nersous m
radBc.lh.nd!i,l.:.C,,,r0f 0ffen8,VC'T.'schr:iner Li K.amat. fI, Ore- """ c""ra"' ' "'. title, e..
trades nnd occupations. , .. ,,.... ' Into. Iltn or Interest In tho real cs
nlted l'iei Servld
NKW York, Oct. 8. Tho Boxtou
team Is vesting. Gardner Is the onty
regular player injured. Ills third
finger Is split, but ho will play any
For Boston Hooper walked, Yerkej
out at first, Doyle to Merkle; Speaker
out. Hooper going to third on tho
play; Lewis filed out. No runs.
For New York. Uevore fanned.
Doyle out at first; 8nodgrass singled
and Murray walked; Merkle filed out.
retiring the aide. No runs.
For Boston Gardner singled; Stall!
forced Gardner; Stahl out atesi'.ng
secoad; Wagner walked: Cady filed
out. No runs.
For New York In the second ller
aod died out. Meyers and Fletcher
fanned. No runs.
Wood walked; Hooper sacrificed;
Yerkes eut: Speaker walked; Lewis
tiled out. No runs. Teureau shows I
signs of wlldness.
For the aiants, Tesreau fanned.
Devore walked; Doyle singled; Snod
grass fanaed; Murray singled, scoring
flavor Unit FlnvlAf M.lrrav nil Tw.k
runa. The crowd went wild with en-!,h' tclrcuU. court f Kim tr. i
enthusiasm, evidently considering the ., The p,rk co'"'o ve!
.... .. .nt .. ,-. "'8 power to assess a tax not exceed-
v .k i-Ji Ing one-half mill for park purposes. eMt'
For Boston In this Inning Gardner
west out at first; Stahl fanned, and
wagaer fouled out. No runs.
For the Giants Merkle fanned
lleraog singled; Myers out at first,
and Fletcher fanned. No run.
Cady out for Boston; Wood out at
first: Hoouer fanned. Nn rum.
For the Giants Tesreau f.nBd. n. MAXIONJtAMAW PLAYKR8
vore fouled out and Doyle made a sin. I PI.KAHB LAUGH AVDIK.VCK
gle, but waa out at second trying to' '
stretch It to a double. ! The Maulon-Claman nlavers ntsas
Trrea aad Hhrabbery
Tbos. H. Thompson, proprietor
of the Ashland nursery, wishes to an
nounce that for the next few days
he will be at the Comstock hotel,
where he would be pleased to meet
old customers aa well aa new. A full
line to select from, and satisfaction
Suit In KUlty tu Foreclose a Mort.
In tho Circuit Cejt: of the Stats of
Oregon for Klamat'i County
Joseph T. Peters, Plaintiff
.eta Hardy, Ira Hardy, Jane Hoe Har
dy, John'' Dee' Hardy. Heirs at
Law ot J. Frnnt llndr. De
' """"" XI. ..I. i
(In Kqulty; Mortgage Foreclosure) ""-"""""'' ru your boI
j. () H.e.ento,,. Pl.lnllff. d" " " W0,. J "' "' '' "t
v, I "I n Kdlson Maids lamp tir.
Marie L. tlinord and Walter H. Oil- ' '" "" rb"ii Umn. and
,. - . viii Bo. himhi IIIQf H much llftVl
SMthoiit pfTiillnc a rrnl worn for
Co Hit 10 flUr itiirn tmliv A a
I -- -W STW
t.i II. t V.ssl .it !. Llt.t M.....ui ' '
You ni. hereby ,..,ulrrd to appear I,;.' U"n '",' uT 'V ',"''
and answer the complsln. . ' tl.-' " '" Z "" ' ' """-J.0' hoB4'
alune-named pUlnlltf In I... o' ZZT.!' ' "l" "'"
MM court, now on fll. w ,.,.,, ' V ? " ,' U''1B '
'-' .i- s. .-i.st. . " "" - aiHIM IOFT Dnra
tot tho further sum of eighteen and , "? , T . r .. ., ., ' B"" Wlllon. fit any tock.l. BU
.00 (lS.I7).wi.htnter..tth.r.w 'rmt.e date of the first publication ,, , .,, .J. . id
.... m ti,. ,. e .i. . "f this summims, and you are notified i.i ' ... ... . ' . . . . '
... . ...v ....u u. ... ,j, itm id. nu- imiea, Willi IHSIII, IMIWI irOttM 0T
niplalni. vli.? J x
That n certain mortgage given by ' (J. Ri COON
Marie I., (llftord and Walter H. (llf-l
ford to this plaintiff on the 31. t .Isy'TilC ClCClrlCal Mflfl 9 10 Mill
... ... ...v ....u u. ... ,j, itm in nu- imiea, Willi lSll, IMIWI IrOttM 0
rum from the fifteenth day of March. "," " ""''f' '" T". ""f"' completely frosted globe.
y. '' M. ,'4,l rimH; ..."" T? ,,",.Ulrd "' "Pr "ern atd II
Fourth-Tlmt the plaintiff recoier "l" ltMn ,w'" "'"' " "fl1" Hi.IUnw of th. Kllsn. t. i,
.. nnd from defendants his ro.ts sud Jf tM cour, " ,rB"' ,,,r ' l,u fll liVsMiM-our pl,..e I. IIS.
Fifth- For such other further and
Etitcrul relief as tu the court may
cm meet with equity.
This summons Is served upon you "f J"1,r, ,l,, '" "M'"ro u' l'rmenl
.v order of the Honorable Henry I. ",,,n" um "f flvo u"'rl (1800) ' .
- . llllllsiS lnali.tl.ua ivlll. I..aa. A s . M ' n BL
. . ... .,,.,, . ,,, oruor , lne Honorable Henry I. , "'" '"" " r,' . . r s D !
ceased; Also the UuUnown Heirs I ennui, Judge of tho Circuit Court ol J,,ll"r' '"KoU'er with Interest there- titUy IO VlCt KcllCr f
of J. Frank Hardy, grossed; . ,, f orexon. for Klamath "" "' "" rn,H '' ,0 "r crnl !'' From Inriicroelii
Alto. Alt Unknown I'erxons or -uunty. made or, thMhlrty-rlr.t day yf "" 'rom July 27. 1911. be foreclos. arum iiiuiKCiut
Parties Claiming Any Bight, August. A. !. 1912, .y publication "'' ,lnl "" r,,t,,, ,,,,d '"1 'nterrat Yoer itorosch ihoutd Jlgrst Ui (
Notin- for lubl)ratloa
(Not coal lands)
Department of the Interior, United
i in, nsiaie. wen or tntorest in (hurt of In the Klamath County II.
lit. Issnl L ... ri.. S ! ... "
.. ...... -i, """" n toe iHiiuican. n weekl nuwspaper pub
u.,,.u.iii nureiii, ;icuu.ni. il.l.eil III Klamath roil
To Lela Hardy, Ira Hardy. Jane I, coimecutlte nn I sue.
' States Land Ottlce at Lakevtew, ltoc ,,urcI' John Oo "tdy. bslrs at llio dile of the first publication Iwln
or alt ot said defendants In nnd t3 J""1 ' without the std of toy irtl-
ild land bo forccloind. r.r.1,1 ih.:l- diisitifts. If It won't dt tUL
riiiwaii.'iiinr unit. - .--. v .
n.y.Ortroalfoe f" redeem ..provided by law W&lXWuXi
ic.ettlvu wcol.. " ,',r", "rein described: Js sul cou.llpitlon.
All of lots 1. 3, 3, 19 ajid 20 of
or nioeK 31. all In ferond Addition
Il.ktud Cf tsktns dlitillve m.J'rtEMi
woes; .3, and Iota C. ,, I, 9 and 16, urines asaln in s h.ilihr. citutl
ciulllun. Jsycs's Tunic VcratfattwU
do thf fot you If ya will tskt it rl
airf: leVen,Ua,! Ucad entry No. .'it... f;eUescr.bed in the complaint h.ie-
the SB U Si: U, Sec. 18; Ki NBU, '" "" '""" "ameu ucienuanis.
See. 19; fiW'4 NWJi.Sec. 20, Town- ' th name of the State of Oregon,
ship 37 S Range 9 K Willamette ou nre ,,,,rtbjr rc,lu'red to appear and
Meridian, lini filed notlco of Intention Dnwer l,lc complaint of the aboo
in Mia Piiv ,.r Lai i. !-.. . ua
Attorney for Plaintiff. i" . ., . ' "'r"u'iHisry (t is not a digester of feoss.
acquisition of public utilities.
Franchise limit Is fixed at 2fi years,
with a percentage cf profit to the city.
No exclusive franchise may be
granieo. , ..... . , ... .. numuil olnlnllfr In il nl,n.-., ...,ft.i..i
Tho salary of the mayor is fixed at' "" :"'."'" "'"".. J:.''. court, now on ill. will. th n..rk ,.r Clnrauc- Mitchell. Plaintiff,
i.rsMiisiii via ui iu iiiv laim auute cig " .
scribed, before C. It. Uo Lap, county ."" roun' w""m l"x we,;lu fom u"'
cltrkof Klamath county, nt Klamath !,,aU' of ,l10 "r,t publlcalton of thu
Kails. Ore., on the ISth day of Oclo- iutn"", and )ou urn notlllt.1 tliul it
ber, 1912. '0" fn" ,0 "I'pi'Jr and answer ss t It i
Claimant names as witnesses; jcomplalut as hereby required, thu
John Hagelsteln. Frea It. Dlnler '',u,nt"r '" nl,nJr tor u det.no of this
John It. Hagelsteln, Stephen Herllhy, cour, " lira'''' '"' ' "' complaint
nil of Klamath Falls, Oregon. lo-wltt That a certain mortgago glv
... .. ln llV .1. IVrnnlr lln.ilu In .1.1 .......
A, W. UKTONa I ' : """' " """ ""'"
9-12-10-10 r negUter,
r.e win nay tif September. A ! 101
W. LA I It THOMPSON"
I.E. III. in r
nnoruing in irie uuiy recorded plat
llicrror on file lu tho ofTIre of thi
couuty clerk, Klamath County. Ore-
R"i. I'flng a part of the HVi of the
In tho Circuit Court of the State ot Ni: of Section 2, Township 3S,
Oregon, for the County of south of llanse 9. en.i f !,. u-n.
but It will tittois rour itamicS isl
I fsttnts so thst they will stteai M
their l.stursl fujictlom, digesting exit
you est snd giving ttrendh t) 14
Far mors than eighty yetn Us
s.nds of men sag worutn who hid itf
fs;ed lbs pslug csuted by diMtUs
Provision Is made for a board of
health, one member ot which must be
o physician employed at n salary not
to exceed $300 tier annum.
The city may annually levy a tax
not to exceed one-fourth of a mill for
A park commission Is created to
consist of the mayor, city engineer
and five citizens, to be appointed by1
I Nichols, Charles Percy Nlch
olt, and their heirs, and all per.
sons kuovwi ami unknown
Unieltn Merldlnn, In Klamath (.'nun-'.'"1 ludlgssllcn hsv beeu prtltusg UU
f. """" M !" nM It. 7ught"th.nVp..,nT.nl'rS..7. M
Hie liunner provided by Ixw mid the ?" acts directly upon toe itoaues
I'toceJs of said sale bo applied as !!tii'"Li.W.,1V." "M"r" 'V
folhiMD1 attengtii bilidsr.
... , Manygortns of tnppoted ladlisNUt
llrtl To 111 11 tint unit ill. I, lira.. Ira tha ihiiIi nl Im.itln.l niruHM.
tUlmlnj; any lutorett in the east- iiclila of this suit and tho foreclosure ' ,or ,h,cn '' Tonic Vermlfms
orly flf,y.(,vB lwl ,,, to. lUri.0 . ., (lf ,, tT. Tr,ilR
II Iris If fiirl .f ill e Ik In I.,. I. - .1.11 (T.. 1 . - T sn, Z " ni..t.lJ
ofiunii -in tiiu payment of such T'. ,
tiff on thu thirteenth day of Hoptem-
bcr, 1002, to secure tho payment ol
Timber Hale '"' "Unl of ftiur ""n',re,, nn(1 "iKhty-
Sealed proposals lu duplicate, each. nf.,,0" (HXS.OO). with Interest
velope marked "Pronotnls for Tim. nl ,no rn,e or ,;n 10' l'r ' t I'"'
biiwit forty-four, Mchols addi- St-innd To tho payment of such w',,n Dr. D. Jajms a Bon, rkuseaV
ion o ixuiihiii Fulls. Oregon, "urn us thu court may adjudge reae-HiEr ,
. I. Mchols, Charles Percy Men- " ' M .'i imip ussujiu .. i '. "i i
oia, nun their heirs, and all per-i
aons Known and unknown.
rtalmlug any Interest In the east
erly flfty-live feet of lot throe,,
block forO-four. Mrln.U m.i.ii.
Hon to thu City of Kli.itmii.
.. .. . 'aiinuni from t!,I ,l,in i, (nr.Mn...i
J.''i:i" 1-lt of "rcde-mp,,;;; . Kails. Oregon.
rZ' .:J7J".!U: . ent of'the Klamath ndUn " 7". '"' '"rocloscd. and the land de. '' '' ' !. ' Oiegon
!oer ..num ' Klamath Agency "Oregon until IS " ,llCre,n ,0-wlt: Sou,1, hn" """ "1" '" y"" "ro Uvuhy
;1,WTfc"!n.U.?- . ' ..... ZlnlZ";,:.1,, (.) of the southeast quarter ,.,) o, Tl !"'"-r .l muwer the
,'Z: '.' "' a """ ,,. OMni..; ir. . ".'.:;: " Thirty (30) and north half l"'"i"' ''i in the above entitled
;r?L.5.?r itesxs& aissss. isr as ?nar:s
-,..Botecr-0,..u p.r annum. -; ""'-": " ' -" -- - twenty-thrco (23) south, nans. B.. K13"""" ItoimMlcan. a now.r.an.r.
ed a ladge audience last night In
Houston's opera house, Tho play was
the "Money King," a drama of high
finance. The company Is exception
ally well balanced, and the different
parts were well sustained.
Tonight the company will present
the three-act comedy drama. "The
Love of the North."
la this Inning Boston made Its first
run as follews: Yerkes filed; Speaker
seat out a lacing triple and scored on
an out by Lewis; Gardner out at first.
For the Olants Snodgrass got to
drat base on a scratch bit; Murray
tried to sacrifice, but was doubled out
with Snodgrass; Merkle filed out. No
runs. The excitement In the tandsl.OST Between Tenth and Main nnd
lajataoae, and constant cheering for ' the Wiley residence In Hot Springs
i He aonse leaoi.
Tha JM Sag Jumped on to Tesreau
for threa rune, which resulted In his
being taken but ot the bog and sub
etlutiag Crandall at the end of the
Iniilaf. TM atalr happeaaa like thU:
of the NKH. and the i:i of tho
NWHi and the KM of the NW"4 of
the NU'li. nnd nil of the 8W"4 of
the NU'li. exceut that nortlon allot
ted to Wlee Johnson, No. 278, which
embraces the following description;
Ilegliinlne f chains south of tho U
loruei between sections VI and 23
thenco vast 17 cliulnn, thento north
2.i cliulns, thenct) west 17 clinlus,
tlienco south 23 chnlus to plate of bo-
giuning, all In Section 23, Township
34 South. Ilnngo 7 Knit, VIIIniutta
Merlilliin, Oregon. Tho timber offered
for sale consists of n pructlcully nuru
tract, gold heart-shaped pendant In- yellow plno stnnd. about 7fl uer ceni
scribed "E. C. S." Finder return to of which Is made un of mature nmi
Herald office and receive reward. 88t over-mature trees. The Oregon lant
ern railroad runs throuah the north
. H ... .... .i -
ssre. m. k, umitn will leave this
evening for Los Angeles, where she
will spend a month visiting friends.
ratiorern: Tni. timbe . east of W.liani.tte m.r.dl.nTm J"". - '""ore Novum, .'
-" i'.ui.ui-u uf ibw, nu mo pro. """ nuwiu nun u
cceds of said sale be applied as fol-'"" fo" l0 "I'lioar or otherwlsu plead
lows, to-wlt: ,vmiiri sam time, tho plaintiff for
ivnni flir.s-..r ...111 t.. . .. .
rirst t.i the puymont of the co.t. - in upiny io ino nhovo
of this suit and the foreclosure and , . , "'0 rol,,'f ''""'"led In tho
sale. """Momplalnt filed by him in said suit,
flecond-pTo ttie payment of audi irv,.' .. i
Humasthocourtmay'djudgereaso ! v' 'ZTT ?" ttU-
able as attorney's fees to be allowed , ",y other n.n. ,,l'",1" or
(lieroln. V ol,ar ,url' r 1'irtles In or to
Ti,.r,i -r, .k Hio cnatcrly flfty.tlva ret of lot ()
ii h, tU ,,a,,ln,nt '" "'"I'"" In block (t4) forty-four Nlch
rlalntlff of the sum of four hundred, ols n.i.im V... . : !y ".!' Nicl'
olchty-flvo ($485.00,. with Interest Bo. and , uietii. , a , '.
mi7w,iUhmit0' ,riMB """ t-IT .... s It ,dBfr
(?14,, with Interest thereon ni. II,. mi.l, oil.,. ... .. ' ' ,or
western corner of the proposed laleimtc of six t,vr cent nar iinn..m r, n ." . " ' '. V"cr r81,er M ta
iirtn .The minimum , price, which will I he fifteenth uny of. March. 1909, until This suinmo, s 1. ub......
- ...-. are V..,B per m. .eet ror ,1-i.pa.ui and the further sum of fo..t-;ant to ,f ,Uer f the Koiforable
cslity-llvo $486.00,. with Interest gon. and quieting plain iff'. (Ulo
hvrcon at the rate of Un per ei said Pro.i.lse, s ga t Ml cli I,,
(10) Per annum from the thirteenth,. ho dufendants, and holding t
oay of September. 1902, until paid ..lalntlff owmr , "oKVol
nd to the payment to plaintiff of (Iii'mM premise, und for ..,!'
lllli (lie o
ol1 ItipiyjK-lil.lllle of
Hlierinar. Ulay A Cii,'s I'IjIioi.
llio lite t"iy nnd nil er lesdlnl
Other unlri nt mod
e. Tuning end rri'iln
IIIITI'. NCWIMI .MVCHIM-"-III,
HI It TVI'I Will I fit ,"
Mfltlll Ttl.KIM. U.UIHM'
IIihiI., .Sliitliineij- nnd l'liinrr
KlAMAlli FALIS MUSIC HOUSC
7IU Main Hlrett.
II, .M.)Si:, Piopiliior
for tho whole, family I. lh "
Hhowliiif a comfortable w
growing hiilance lu tho favla"
bjrik, Kvory new dopoilt l
.s.. ,. withoat
lliniiruili.0 ui ,...,....
which Ihoro can bo no real Mr
You ought to have
n hook. Why not como i
got one today t
First Trust nd Savlng.wBfli.k-
ivwimiii ram. Oregon