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KLAMATH FALL, OHMOlf,
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for Bod
County Faxmei
sting the Dai
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a ti'
IITH BILL IS
LAUDED BY THE
IRRIGATIONISTS
VII UKAS (1HKAT MtAIi TO IMfr
VKMM'MKNT OF TattS OOCXTIMf
ftnnrr llave
Ksuegli M lib Wwfcmmiw Otarge
I, mm! U Uatra " CtwnM
Vat IIm Ilrra IWMUt, May
Water IVi AH Ptopa Man re
MM I'm
Much tUtlon waa evidenced by the
in.m.th fuunty mobU today, follow-
Hoc It announcemeat that W. O.
tinlta' bill lo provide for leaning
rSnnl fun.U 10 farmers UBdOT reela-
nation project bad passed the house
at lUlcin. Bmal have already writ-
la frlernU In the Ml. urging
fcrlll to support tbt measure la that
ranch of tho IcsUlaluro.
in money It U proposed to loan
ko the water uaers la from the Irre-
dttflMo achool (y4, IMMUH Is la
kbe neighborhood of t7.SM.M0. It
i loaned oa drat lleaa to farmers at
fit cent Interest. Tali la payable
i ten years, r at Ue esplralloa of
at ilmo the farmer may.sisase.aa
itMulon of lime. "
"We bato had many applications
fnm firmer under the dKea," aay
Knjktndall & Ferguson, agents for
khe itato Unl board, "but have been
oawlled to illaappolnt them, ad tho
law heretofore bat required a drat
nortme on the land, For this rea-
i, onlr tho dry tend of Klamath
Iwunty have been eligible to secure
I Ihrte loans, nnd tkU aectloa kaa not
IrrcvUri In iroortlon of tho-atoner."'
"Tho pauagc. of lb Smith measure
lll to one of tho greatest beaenta lm-
(Contlnuta on rage 4)
BANK FILES IIS
ANSWER IN SUIT
THHOWJH CMAKLKM V. MTONK,
AMKKIL'AK HANK AMI THVMT
COMPANY KKPI4KH TO COM
fMlKT IN THl'MTKK'M ACTION'
An anawcr to tho ault to avoid
preference instituted by II. C. Marry
man aa trustee of the O. M. Hector
estate, was nld today by lb Amer-
J lean Hank h Truat company, through
Ita attorney, inarm r. monv. n
action by Marryman la to recover
money alleged to have been paid the
bank just before Hector went Into
bankruptcy.
Tke bank admlla receiving ll.oco,.
2 as Ike belanro on n note within
four montha of the lime Hector waa
declared a bankrupt. In the anawcr
the corporation etalea that tbla waa In
the regular eourae of nualnea. ana
that It had no rcviaon to believe that
Hector waa Imolvcnt or In contempla
tion of bankruptcy.
yew Kqnlpnuan
Kuykendall Perguion have iuil
niiniileliid Hi n remodallnv itt tkalr
otflcea In the White Maddos building,
wnvreuy way are given a great owl
more room for their eitenalve law
library. In addition tkoehave juat
liiUalltHl n new aUel fllleg eabiaet.
Ueorei fal and Jkhim Ualnnn.
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two old realdenta of Langell Valtey,
are epeneing me aay in kuriu
Kalle. civ lag their attention to bual-
ueaa matiara.
K. W. Tower, a Dromlnent fruit
grower of tbla county, came In from
hi ranch on the Keno road Is attend
lo bualneaa maltara.
ZERO WEATHER IN
MIDDLE WEST
- -P 1 la
(ihkat KurrMUxa m hkwtu
AT WI.UTM UKVIIVM l-KK,
NOttTM DAKOTA, W HOMII.VU
KMCOMM t)R COU
CHICAOO. feb. 6-Eero weathar
..r.v.tu in tho Middle Weal today.
Tho thermometer reglatered two de
gree below tero here thle morning.
In Dululh great aunerlng U re
ported. It waa Jt bolow aero.
ai iLvll'a lki. North IMkota. tno
thermometer regUUredlhle morn-
ling 3 Miow aero,
W. K. loi came ud front Dorrla
laat night for a ahort vlelt.
John Bbort of Fort Klamath la
reglatered at the Hotel Hall.
If. II. Kdmondi. aUDerlntendent of
the Algoma Lumber compaay'a aaw
mlll, la down from Algoma. attending
to bualncaa mattera.
K. II. Norman of Portland U among
todax'a gueaU at the White Pelican.
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BRAND M IS
BUSYfMIG
it'i
iOMCTOTHM
KLAMATH
aVBBrOftK Of
MlirMTMlY
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Interested in Plans
aaaaaajaawaiaAahiaaspaje4aaaj
Walter Camnbelli a LaagnU Valley
rancher, la mm of the vMtara la tho
county aeat at preaent
Kaajamo Wllkinaen at I mill Tal
ler aaase la late Tueaaay. to
aa a wKaeaa bofero Ue gnad Jary,
haxy ynrKKmm
cm vkom n
AND VMmtX
Ymkphobk
With the arrfeal Ifk Ue city laat
nl.tit nt IvaBl raafi 1 f YalllK
and Fort KJamatk''jii UeUfy before
itfnr.. Hi Vtaaiaih aranJ 1ury. awae-
...... . .-., -,
illation waa rife am Me atreeU today
p to the purpoae af ;tbe probe, and
illalU nf ekeraMe aiatala Laat aummer
Ireganllng the auratWya of an alleged
orgaaUed band at aa-ao thlevea wero
The entire day wa. apent by the
grand Jury In the aaamlaatlon of tho
vltaeeae and BMgrf diverse rumor
wra In rlrruUtlaail T
"--w i . . .. .
Byron Jackaoa or rort Kiaaaaui m
Tom Catmea aa hare from Merrill In county aeat vlaltor. Ho laacta-
oa a bualaea trie). S "tared nt tka American hotel.
r'"BS5aWVsSl
aAaManaaaaaaiti levrxn.
SSSSTT 'i7 i , q ' ,. t.yjjj"y VoS
qnraaai
dustry in this Section 1
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aadV."i ..... at ' r" ' i tiiR - fiSaa
c-w v 'i amaiBiaTan iinniii - - , , a
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ii i Mlalal lllinill 111 aaaaieja daaaaaMfl " " ',. '. VSH
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Fayer ,. . vl-, " '' ,, , . m
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amta. aBkaav. amadaBataatasBaaaw
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'OaamaTioLee
Mr. and' Mrs. Caarlea Km,
leave thla afternoon for Loa
where they will ipead Ue aeat i
or two.
Alio Vlnaon came In from ale Laa-
gell Valley reach Tutaday algkt aa
baataeea.
George NoMe arrived lata Tueaday
from UaawU Valley. Mr. Noble la
one of Ua areraaalTo farmers of Uat
rklBlty.
Mice Carrie Footer UK Taeaday for
California polnU, to vleR relaUve.
Ales McDonald kaa goaa to Leag
Beach, Calif., to epead Uo balaaee of
the winter.
yovmi
geaWOUIPL
ATM MMTUfaNK
KNTMYI
Mr. aad Mrs. C. Cl Iteamo
Tuesday from Fort Ktaaatk.
wKh Uoaa their daagatar, Maw
Hani, waa far tea aaat two WQeka
habeeadangoroealymatUoWorrhi
reach. Carta, that time aor pareaU
have been eoaetaatly wttk aor.
Mlaa Hogne had boea .vtaWiW at
Ua ranch far Urea weeas, waaa aba
waa attacked wlth.U grltffo.
vated by a eerloua cold, gaowaaua-
iceaecleaa for aeversi days, aad aor
Ufe waa feared of. Darlag Ua aaat
weak aao aaa aaowa atgaa af lav
provemeat.
Local Men Make a Record
TriD to Crater Lake Park
BaUeriSd IVoe fetarn Siibnnrccl iiidTJ
I ul From Strenuous Trip to .National Park on
Skils. Declare Trip Worth the Trouble
UL' AWTHUR TO
BE TRIED FEB. ft
T4a -it
ateeat b a JMafaVaajawa)-
' ai i
- a.
CharaHertsad ay ''baossaaH.tawaW
from reprsssawatrfa aaaa, si ..aaa
KlamaU eoavjtry, a aaaaaat Uflp a'
Ue KaM grtatiby ta aTamial
dahrysMa, waa were aaMad
awsjnw BajsafJaaT aa afaws)aaTaTsj 4ama
:
i
Matrons and Daughters
Wear Tights at Ball
Scenes of Revelry are Enacted at
Philadelphia Social Affair. All
Previous Records are Broken
Tanned and sunburned by travel
over anow that glared In the bright
aun. and none the worse for Uelr
atrcnuoua trip, Luke Clnpp, J. W.
Hallcy anil J. L DoVoo reacned
Klamath Katie Tuwdar afternoon,
after n akl trip to tberlm of Crater
Lake. The party was away exactly a
wook, and they havo the dlatlnctloa
of making the earlleet recorded trip
to the wonder of the Klamath country.
"Tho trip waa well worth all Ua
trouble," aald Clapp laat algkt, "aad
tka aleht of the dcen blue waters of
Crater Lake, surrounded entirely by
now that extended from Uo top of
Uo ateep banks to the water's edge la
enough to ofeet all the Uttlo dUcom
forta that might t met with.
"There waa not a bit of anow aa
Veiled 1
l'lllt.AIKLtlllA. Fan. S Day-
llfhl enilcd an exclusive bal masque
l Horticultural aaU today.
Many debutanlea aad matrons
wore tlghta. and It Is reported that
tho rovelry broke all reeorda.
M J1I1U JLll -L.-.U
Teal arid Phclan are
Considered Seriously
a
Two Men From the Far Weat are Be
lieved to be Strong Contender!
for Secretary of the Interior
tho rim of the lake, aad aa tho day
was bright and clear, we bad ample
opportunity to view tho aceno from
many angle. From whatever point
wo looked down the Uouaaad or
more feet to the witter, -we found bow
beautr. and tbo three of us could not
help comparing the sight to n gigantic
aapphlre, aet In a whlteyelvet eoae."
The party left hrre wka a aleaUfal
supply of blankets, gfeateoats aad
the like, anticipating atetle weather,
but la this they were happily claaa-
polated, aa Ue thermometer raaged
from S5 to S degrees. Iaatead of suf
fering from the cold, Uo stalwart
three found It to be quite tka reverse,
and although they removed Uelr
coaU and vesta and. UK Uelr shirts
open at the neck, they perspired free
ly aa Uey gilded along oa Uelr skils.
The start was made Taeeday laat,
when tho three went to Chllogala by
train. From thero they sklld to Fort
Klamath, where they apent tho night.
Late the next forenoon Uo actual
trip toward the park waa made, aad
with their outit on a hand aled, the
travelers aklld aa far aa Ue Utter
Burns sawmill by algktfalL Mgat
miles from the sawmill Uar were
compelled to halt Thursday, owtag to
soft snow, but arising early Friday
morning Uey got past Uo Impedi
ment while; K waa froaec, aad before
the chWef Uat day Uey reeeaed
Camp Arait, about ve miles from
the lake. At Ua eatraaee to Uo
park tho snow waa tea foot deep, aad
the depth waa Ivo feet greater at too
headquarter buildings at Camp Araat.
(Continued on Page 41
CHICAOO. Feb. f Jaak X
dsmarrer to
white slave eaarao
overruled by Jade Carpoator
meratag. aad Uo aig Mask's trial was
aet for February J5U.
Game Commissioner is
Murdered in California
f oaad today near Meg la Coatra
Casta eouaty. A aaUot aaio la iaa
back of his kead potato to aearaar.
Military Land Grant Holding
in this County is Transferred Rueck Again Chosen
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taa eomalslat la taa aaaia. amwaesaw waa,
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OAKLAND, Fab. I. Tka body af
Bert Blaaeaard of tals eHy, aapaty
Already aossea are
vMaMy to the aaaaa af
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bora aaaday to ea4ak apgaa
aaaso taiavsa waa aava
la WUasat eaayoa. JUt
aaea roaaKod la taa aoar
vealod taa mar'der. ,",
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Nearly Fifty Thousand Acres in the Northern Fa of
the County are Deeded to Oregon Land Corpora
tion. The Consideration U Over 91711,000
United I'rsss
WASIIINQTOH.'O. 0 .Ft. 4,
Blnco the Middle Wosi has not thai
(r brought forward a aaadMata for
tbo iflcretaryshlp of tka latortor .de
partment In'tke'asw eaWaet, aad
tlnce It has boaa'aaamrad that oaly
niuu commuted to'apolley of aatloaal
rather than state eaaaervallaa al
natlonsl rasoaraas aaad aaatr. taa
--".. ail .aaaaa inai,. aaa,
friends of raiiaa a
8 yraaelaea aro aata, "swIOiaH
that he will land tho prise. Tasy
claim that ha la Uo best equipped for
i ha haaw work af the department or
nil the prominent democrats whoso
names have beea wggeeies 10 uov
ornor Wilson.
a nea - aeaator Chamberlain naa
taken up tka eaadldacy'of 'J, N. Teal
In preference to that of jusge win
a kib from his state. Toal is men-
Uoaed alaag with PhelaB as one of
the two Far Western aapiraaw wnw
tt;t..-.. ; . - , j
Bra SIU la tno runniaa,
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One of the biggest land deals la
tke history of Klsmath county waa
closed this morning, when thorn waa
reeorded at the county clerk's omee, a
deed transferring all tha Orogoa -
Hary road mad grant betweea the
uitkn boundary of tha Klamath
Indian reservation and Crescent Lake,
at the aorthern Uaa of tka eouaty. , .
la all tkere aro 4V.I60 acres, aaa
the coaslderatlon'ss act forth la Uo
daaa- Bled today U HT6.4T7.5v. Tho
deal hea'beeatpeadlug for Iwo years,
The transfer Is. made ay me uragoa
Military Land Qraat compaay to Ue
Oregoa UBd oorporaMoa. TWgtattor
somaaay U said to luotuae.a aumaor
The tract follows tho old mlUtary
read, aad extenda Uroe miles to
Uther side of this highway. Thero is
but little timber oa thetraets, aek
Flao aolag the oaly variety"
iTaaauW. Bteahoaa Is taa Vasal aaent
of the Oregon Land cwpatatlaa.?, He
kaa aoellaed to make aay aamtta
statomeat regarding tha. .dlsgeaHloa
of tka toad by Ua saw owaera, aat as
lutlasated that Ua caaeera,, aaigat
bulld-a wrlvate Irrlaatloa proioet for
watering that section, aadaabalvlda
Ua grant Into 40 aero teases for sat-
Uomsat. v 1 ' q -
The traet waa Srst deeded to tot
state at uragoa ef aaaaa a
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It was to bo deeded to tha Oregon
Central Military Road eomaaay as
aooa aa that eoatMBjr sosaiUtsd a
inn road f rasa BMaane to tha Bast
era boundary af Ua 'state, travorslag
Use. Douglas, Ktamatk, Lake aai
Harney eoaBtlea. Tka road, H waa
understood, waa to be used by taa
aeverameat ta traasnortlag troops
uad, suppnee, aad far us la axpedlt-
lag tke gueUlag atladlaa nprisiags.
' Tha road waa eempletad, aad Ue
grant doodad to too Oregoa Ceatral
MlUtary Land eompaayiia 1IH. Maea
Ua time tha title aaa passed taa te
aaaaa af, taa ongaa maieary mbm
oeaat sesapaay. aaa. naaumi
aJSStaliaesSsyfafaTS MWeJalml aBPaVaava
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Directors of Horsefly Dtottlct 9m
Retain Bowne m Seoretary . Sale
Delinquent Und Aianouiced
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aXWAMIA. Fab. I. TMra wag, 9y Destrtst's f Tl
aaraaahla aa taa aart at issasaa waal' la adapMaa to
hays laada wlUla taa beiajdarlas at
Ua Ham? Urlgatise pfajaat to pay
the asassamsata ssalaat taatr laada at
yestoraays BMotlag af Ua dlreetora.
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