Newspaper Page Text
A Work OuarMsottt.
044 rttUwi1 BuMdiag.
R(Mm III. III.
MAXWELL at MWtaV
Bu. i ad 19, Walt Uldg.
citv and cou wr abstract
Members Oregon AtsaOMtloa
Call up COHBTOCKi MH
you wast uiy htad of HRLP.
Register it lb COMITOOX H
you ( mioraosi.
la the Circuit Court of the Htato of
Oregon, for Klamath Comity.
Mary I Meno, Plaintiff,
John I. Meno. Defendant.
To John I', Meno, tha Above-Namod
III tha Name of the Htato or Oregen:
You nra hereby aummoued to sp-
year and uiiewer llio complaint filed In
the nbovo entitled suit within six
woeka after the drat publication of
tliU itimmoni In tho Klnruath Itepub
llcan newspaper; and you will take
notice that If you fall to appear and
answer or plend within ald time, tho
plaintiff, for want thereof, will apply
to tho above entitled court for the re
lief demanded In the complaint Died
In ltl eull, lo-wlt.: for n decree of
hit court forever dissolving the bond
of matrimony existing between the
plaintiff and the defetidnnt, and for
uuch other and further relief as to
the court may aeora meet.
ThU aunimona la publlihed pursu
ant to tho order of the above entitled
court made on the 13th day of Feb
ruary, A. I). 11)13, and tho first publi
cation thereof la made In the Klamath
Republican newapaper on February
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Mrs. Battling Nelson Meets Mrs. J. Rivers
fHBaaaaaaaajari4BeBBB.sai -gBBB ths -' " lv7.Sv
UHIH. is-'!iJBxaa? i;jiiik'aaaaaaaa.''S
KgakAswsaaaaaaaaaaaa'j&sa .SBBsaBaaan . m t 'aSBaasaaaaaav'Y .o
NICKLY furnished recta nl the Or
ion llouee, With aad Klamath
NICKI.Y furnished rooms with bath.
1113 Main street, Mr. C. O.Mor-
'j ...i.iinjmu.i' i mun-iiJirjai
Drcumaklag. lit W Mnta ?
WANTKD Weatea t d lauadry
work by the day. Blaekbura he
IICLI WANTED Womaa to do
housework. Phone 110 or KIM
best accident aad health policy
suit furnish bead; loafers not want
ed; a liberal contract ta inn right
party. Addreaa I. Stogcr, 71 SpaM
log bldg.. Portlaad. Or. 17-lt
roil BALK Four room eotug In
Hot Hprlngs addition; Urn screen
ed porch; big hick let; elegaat view;
all furnlitied. Cheap K Uken atonee.
11,300, $700 cash. Inquire 104 Main
Pabllratioa of Sawi
In the Juitlce'a Court, platrlct of
l.lnkvllU, Klamath County, Slate
J. F, Magulro, a ,eole trader, doing
business under the arm name
and atyle of "Magulro Mercantile
Qeorge Wheeler, Defendant.
To (leorge Wheeler, tho abovo
named defendant. In the name of the
state of Oregon, you are hereby re
quired to appear and aniwer tho
amended complaint filed agaloit you
In tlie.above entitled court and cause
on or before tho lait day of the time
preecrlbed In tho order for publica
tion made herein, to-wit: Tho 17th
day of April, 1913, and If you fall to
ao anawer, for want thereof tho plain
tiff will take judgement agalnil you
aa demanded In hla amended com
plaint on ile herein, to-wit: For the
urn of sixty-seven dollar, and ten
rente (167.10) being amount due and
owing for good., warea and merchan
dlie' aa In plaintiff's complaint al
leged, and for plalatlff'a cost and dis
bursement, herein. Tbla summons I.
served by order of the Honorable E.
W. Oowcn, Justice of the pcaco of Ihe
above entitled court, March 5, 1913,
and the date of the first publication
being the 6th day of March, 1911,
and tho date of the Uat day will ex
pire on the 17th day of April, 1913.
MBRIIYMAN A DUNCAN,
Attorney, for Plaintiff.
roil SALE lt-feet launch, top with
gists front; tour-none meter; nil
la good condition. Apply MernM
roil BALE Jualaor HotoriroMtn
per post. Unterof too raaon or J. N.
New Machine BS.SO) Rsma aad
BBBajaeFBJ aw sBBaBjgajra,
Klamath FaHs Mack
DYES aad NOVBLTIRS
CANITY MAMI IK
4M. Mnta BH.
Masetn of Fwo OaaMMr
We hay Juet reeolvoi front tao
Kait a carl4 of. saarMo ntonu-
menu, all mw 4oalM.
We aleo aniaotur' moan
amej to ortor
MMMIMtal Mi sum Cl.
Tho photOKruph shows Mrs. Hat-
lllng Nelson (at right) greeting Mr.
Joo Itlvura. When Mrs. Hirers was
In Denver recently abe hunted up Mrs.
Nelson, and dUcuaaed with her, tho
bpst method, of managing pugilist
"" IIW For Wood
Nollco la hereby given that the un
dersigned will receive bids for fur
nishing School District No. 1, Klam
ath county, with 800 corde of 4-foot
wood, cut from lire pine treee, to ho
delivered aa follows, not later than
September 1, 1913, at the following
9S corda at West Side school.
30 corda at Central school.
35 cords at Mills Addition achool.
A certified check of S per cent of
amount of bid must accompany aame.
Bid to b opened April 1, 1913, at t
o'clock p. m., at the office of the clerk,
at the First Trust and Savings Dank.
The board reaervea the right to re
ject any ana all bide.
Dated at Kiamam Fans, ureguu,
thla 19th day ot March, 1913.
ny order of board ot directors of
School District No, 1, Klamath coun
J, W. IIBMBNH, worn.
What's the Matter
Willi the Old Watch?
It'a not getting any younger, you
know, and once In while It needs
a rest and overhauling. Railroad
witrhta are cleaned and overhauled
mm tmf to Insure accurate time
keeping. Why not bring youra In nnd
let us give It tho attention that w
aeceaaary for .good time keeping.
FRANK M. rr
Watcluaake,, Jeweler art KafraTor.
ft, F. Watch lawpeetor
' ' gfm1' VmSaWAAsVjmgMff
A Wrtery e eaeh Wot, "".'S
I5 & S.!? .' J
."VSfc'i nw vv.tw------
Jean Forbes, a younx man em
ployed by O. 11. Campbell, met with
nn unfortunate accident last Sunday.
Ho was attempting to remove a por
cupine quill from tho nose of one of
his horses, when tho animal reared
nnd struck him ou the foreara.
breaking ono of tho bonea and die
locating hi elbow.
Bam uourmey returned rrom a
business trip to Klamath Falls last
Warren Kllgnre, who has been In
chargo of the flour mill la Uonanta
for tho past year, Is moving this week
to tho Kllgoro ranch In Upper Langell
Valloy, which ho will operate from
A lecture, entitled "The Possible
Man." by llor. Feese of Klamath
Falls, was given at the Lorella achool
house on March 19. Quite a large
number of tlcketa were sold.
l.lttlo Violet Vinson, the 3-year-old
daughter, of A. If. Vinson, baa aa
unusual experience and a narrow oa
capo from serious Injury last Monday.
Tho child, whllo . playing near tho
house, was suddenly attacked by a
cross old turkey gobbler, which peck
ed her face soveroly, and would, no
doubt linvo Injured her eyesight had
.ho not fallen on her face. The gob
blor took the Thanksgiving route
Tho Langell Valley Telephone com
pany now has a now central at the
Uonanxa postofllce, In connection with
tho Pacific State, company, and la ar
ranging for a night aervlce, which
will bo ot great valuo to the people
here when In need of medical aid and
In other emergencies.
United Crew rWrvice
IIINQIIAM, Mass., March 20. Mrs.
Raton was arrested today oa a charge
of poisoning her husband, Admiral
Tho Russian government haa aent a
commission to tho United State to
study refrigeration for food product.
TMK KVAMKiMT CONTINUES TO
MOLD ATTENTION OF CROWDS.
DMCUM4MW WAR BETWEEN THE
The Interest In tho meeting being
held by Dr. Evana la being wolt main
tained and the audiences seem to be
deeply Impressed. Last night tho
subject of the address waa "War."
The speaker referred to wars now
going on la tho world, and all the
horrors Incident to them, and tor the
strange fascination thla thing ha for
men, ao that while a great aoldler
waa ready to. deflae war as hell, yet
many nobto men have made It their
profession aad "good men have tho
thing they loath."
Dr. Evana expressed hie belief that
war between civilised nation eua ho
ended wbeaever the followers ot tho
l'rlaco of Peace are ready to do HI
will la th matte?. He epoke thea ot
the struggle for'oxlatenco wltk the
teachings of the' scientist that all IU
meaning la "the .urvlval ot the It-
teat," the Attest being the strongest
the most cunning- aad the most un
From this he turned, to tho Chris-
tlon view of llfo aa a warfare of the
forcca or righteousness, against the
force of evil, and mad aa earnest
appeal for men to enlist themselves
definitely on the side of Qod and
humanity and right.
Dr. Evans visit hero has net been
so much for tho puree of adding; to
tho church membership a for that of
helping the churches to make a re
view of their own work, aad put
themselves in condition' to do that
with greater efficiency. To tkw end n
number of members, of tho churches
have been engaged la makiac a can
vas of tho town to Dad, out how tar
the cburchea aro Intelligently meet
ing the needs of the towa aad serving
Its highest intorests.
IlKPflESKNTATIVM OF DIFFER
ENT TKIIIKft OF THE COUNTRY
WILL ORGANIZE AT OAltTAL
TO FUIITHKK INTERESTS
NEW INDOOR tmXM'CKAMnOH,
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 30.
Congress, when tt reconvenes, will
find a rival In the capital. It devel
oped today that plans have been made
to establish hero an, organisation to
bo known as the Indian congress. The
arrangementa were approved at: a
meeting of secersl tribal Indian aad
their representatives last night.
' Tbo congress wM have one reel-
dent delegatofrom'iach of the vari
ous tribes of the country. Each dele
gate will receive a salary, the amouat
to be determined by the council of
oach tribe, to be paid out of the tribal
funds. The primary object of tho con
gress will be to look after tho Inter
ests of the Indies before tho govern
ment and congress.
The Indian newsvaaor, ta Teaaa-
hawk, now printed oa tho Walt
Earth reservation In Minnesota, to
also to be moved her, aad It I
petted publication of the paper la
Washington wllf begin by tho time
the extra sessloa of congress era
.NOTED IRISH SPORTSMAN TAKES
STEPS TO HAVE HIS CHAL
LENGE FOR YACHT RACE
NEW SENATE SECRETARY
maaaaaaaaaaaaBff' i 4 .Kmamaa
y S 'saPsaaaaa!
Lmaaamaw sbbbbbbbbbb! 1
Jam. M. Baker of South Carolina
haa lieen' appointed secretary to the
united States senate. ,Thle nositloa
pays 16,600 a year, oaly 11.000 lea
than-the salary of a -senator, air.
Baker la a university graduate la
law,- and baa served' tor aome time aa
a librarian! the senate,' He had U
backing ot Senator Be TlUsaaajitof
the position. " w
t'nlted Press Service
BELFAST, March 10. Ta Royal
Ubter Yacht Club today cabled the
New York Yacht Club asktag that
actloa on the Upton chalieng bo reconsidered.
This Is Uken to mesa that It the
challenge Is not reconsidered Sir Tho
Llptoa will amend aad rechalleaa.
HAS BEEN PRIVATE SECRETARY
TO HER FATHER FOR SEV
For fleld work the Freaea army has
adopted a searchlight that I carried
on aa automobile, the'motereC which
furnishes current for operetta tt
either oa Its truck or nt a consider
able distance away.
sxL,) ,' ' , f'Sjpj.yx w'.jv
I S YaT tv. !:h?V eanVm. - It
A Qerman cbemlat reeeatly discov
ered that the extract of tho skin of
red radishes In alcohol Is more sen
sitive to acids and alkalies than lit
mus, tumeric or any of the caemlcala
usually used to detect their preeeace.
:VJ- . -"5 JWP-
MIssAgaes Hart WlUoni' daughter
of the secretary of labor, -William B.
Wilson, haa been her father's prlvato
secretary for the past several year.
Cut flowers at No. 3 West Mala at
AT ONCE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN
HEAD COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH
saaaaaaaaaiaei' K dsjmja
saaaaMkaK.wK ' 5v bk
wWM "fr! ' 's ' aar
S' v, ' r?3fT. U wm
mHr Syg &T'Jt 'iS&r'. SBI
aaaaw saaaT ' '
UIWTaWANT Sill amWIHg, aUam4
MEMBCfM Of,. tmtxtswVftaaW
OOtOMPMSxSTAIRf JMM mmr'1'
NATION'S CAWTAl' "A
Catted Frew Sorrlc' 'r ' ' '"' l .
CHICAOO. Msrek a3rllsaiOSaa
Howard Draw, tho high school boy
from 8prlgiaW. Mass., ha repeated
ly shown thU wlater that k I la a
class by himself la ta short dashes.
He leaves the mark, a though shot
from tho starting gun, aad usually
has the race well la head before fas
lag tho half way poet.-' la the iadocr
championship meet held la Madlsoa
Square Oardea reeeatly, he easily aa-
Bexed the till la the 75-yard dash,
although he waa traveling la the fast
est sprint company la. the East.
STATE FORRSTHR DENIES
PORTS SENT OCT BY TIMBER
HROICERS eTTDaTLATED FOR
Breatti Freely t Clean Seated U,l grant- balm dkwelv byftk aeat or
lalamed Nece aad maadt, aad th:BstrUer. aoaevatoo aad heals
Mot Catarraal MaW Care J Zfm!? 205
- " " nmswea ieesrwj- emv, ") '
VsBsH dFemWJBBaasWBBB ,
iV ..,.' i-.-
,i' . '
'- m " - ' .r,'1 V i v'
Try "Bty's Creai
Oct a'aaaMbottl'aarwy,.Jut U
try. It Apply a lit
and laaUatlr your
stopped-up air paasor'ts)''lad
wlHopeai you will baWriYr;
dullaee and hsadaeao dmjiif .-my
moratac tk oatarrktsmUi la aA oe
catartaM sore tMreaxwaaVM
:ttd rsackmtoery 'Basil -'
small, bottl of "y
throat it. eleara th akr
atop' nasty dloeaarge aad a
Ot'cleaaetag, soothiac relief
1 Doa't lay awake tealght
gUac-tcr brcaU.iwRk fc
aoetrlhi closed. kawklas. 4
lag. CaUrrh or. a -cold, w4a
ruaalac aose, toulmiooe
late the throat, aad raw
'Pat yur, taHk jaot',
"Bly Cream Balm" aad yoart
C eatarra will aarcly dmapacar,
Speclal to The Herald
oftt ru flt 9A
OAUI-, . ... .. -.
brought to the atteatloa ot the state
forester that aome unscrupulous tim
ber brokers are misrepresenting the
provisions ot the compulsory Umber
patrol law which waa enacted by tho
recent legislative assembly, aad be
come elective June -3. Owner of
timber claims nave been told that un
der thla law It will be xteceasary for
them to keep a patrolman oa their
clalma all ummer nt their own ex
pense, aad this ha been urged aa a
reason for aacrldce sale. Statements
of this kind are made purely for tho
purpose ot stimulating the sale ot
tlmberlaads, thus Increaslas the bad
ness and Incidentally the commissi
of timber brokers.
The law provide that every Umber
land owner la tho state, net rooldlag
withla 1 M miles of hi property, shall
furnish aumclent patrol therefor dur
ing the dry season, aad that la one
he tall to do so the state forester
shall provide the same at a cost not
to exceed C cents per acre per annum.
Any amount so paid by the state shall
bia lien upoa th land, nnd shall be
collected with the next taxes.
It I obvious that the maximum ex-
peas to the owner of : a quarter see
tloa of' Umber laadeaaaoi. exceed
33 per year, aa amouat that should
care ao owner into disposing ot hi
timber claim at a sacrifice.'
One ot the beat waya for timber
land ownera to comply-with' tha law la
to join county Are patrol, association
that have beea organised la meet of
the timbered couaUea'ot the
It la expected that every timbered
county will have each aa erajaalaatloB
before the are scsaoairrlvoaHiTao
esyorleaoe of these ascUUoaa,
of. which .hav beca'ta cileteaedier
tour yers",j proves' that adoqaat aa
(iral. .eeWseurd aVa-ot ortrc
IV-ta 9 w Maa aa acre, aad au of
ta; kid' ;OWr , ;Jola.- "tAa
aeMaaj cotwlU b;paerwliy da):
Oovernor O'Har and member of tae
wage probe committee, ,wMl htm
today for Waahlaftoa, where 'taoy
will meet President WUsea amtataar ' .
afternoon. . ' o-.
After tha eoatoreaee wRh ta --. ',
Ideat they will return here. They t Y I .
probably ask th presUsat taaII'Sc
coaforeace of .the', govern'. ''' tha--;!1. ',
different state to dhKue mlaimnsa 1$ 6. .'
wag UglslaUoa. ...,.. ",. r
1 - - -! --. -. U
' " B -V-
MM RRSMNATION A
ANT SBKMrTAXr or SAB 1-
r h'' fp
h " -
Ualted Ptee I
WASHmTON;B. O.', Marek'tt
HuBtlag4a'WHca today redgacd a
asskttaat secretary of otat. H gav .
a his reason the admlaJMraUoa'a pot
Preddeat, Wllsoa aeeeptcd th rs
Ignatloa at oa.. -
WW grsrvm fBTVTVBl ww vjf -t'
IrshaTiasm VBtsBJaBxBsBaaa' safallsxaaal' t W
Speeul to Tho Herald
CORVALL1S, March M4aat
steamed aoutoc e. fed wRh cai ilrth.
t?Aaiatii AstASfMaa mTss a I a m m J- sadrsagtAaaaa'
sWdMWsacga, at7fwaB sssssfVitamTvaiat siaaiiimaBs) Aj2
wha Rf.WlUcmb. ha. juat 3
completed iisnmiisTtrTrraa raw !. i
steamed potatoes as supplcmoatary
feed with barley.
The hogs la US' experiment were1'
divided lato dght wta. aad record
of the'dlCoroat focd.raUoa gtvea each
eanfully kept: Bach" hag U Mi'l
aad I at aa average of 17t.lt a-oaata
ot barley aad, itt.lt pouad of raw
potatoes, making a gate la weight c
t.7 poande. Those la lot, 1 'aad
4 at llt.lt pounds of barley aad
tt.75 pound steamed poUtoee.'aad .
made a gala of 70.10 poaads,. waUoi
these la Iota 5 aad ; at "tlt.tr
pouade of barley aad Btt'.H pound. '
steamed potatoes, aad iaUe a':gaia
ot 7t;i0 pounds. Lota 7 aad g at
300.lt pouad of barley without -, '
Utoee, aad made a gate of tt.l-'
pouad. 'J- ''k'
The laat two lets, fed barley aloae.y -'
were used a a chock oa the..othorB'T
to ahow more deaaltcly ta ropor-.
tlonate value ot tho petafs: Ai -;,.,,
the present market valu cf T oeatsa ,.. '.-,-,-
pouad live weights th beg fMbaiSv,, ;".k
1. mAm. . J .9 ! iwVUk AAllAa c
IVJ m l.l,w, nana T . fc i M (
tac.ssxiey issai j.vais .ft.es mm ;; I
Leu l.'nad S, ted, barley ad.,rawl-if-
otatoe at the'rat of I nouadofJ.. jr
potatoes to 1 aouad of bartoyawd''.r ','.
a- . gaia,"waa givea.iBa.raw-'.
poUteee a feediag value ,cf:M: ocas ;-;v;
to the aunarea. lou s saa , rceetv- ,: ;
tag six times a muck soassaiifata'4. ;,
a barley, made a 4.td rgtiav-)-7
giving' tho steamed potato a foot
ing value of 47 eeau to U huaeodTv
Lots! r aad t; fed tare tisae at i
1S.4T salu: mahta.
rod.-- v 'Zi '1'f ,;,
tttM BotieeeAto.'tbsi taosa ltd
(VBBraaB' aajaalJa j gawBJBBSBBjmJ, i Baa)
'troat, it !,;
eamf'af-.al W tt see aasjf sr eatttlea
BlBMPWsBJ afJ ft Ww'"'"'i . BaBBj BBaBaeBmjBT
ImadMsaota, vw MM
lssapsi'Trsf f vaaf
. K.j.k.Ll.kiIvV -.AUH.
" 'Wamjsissiypss, i bww
(JBW BjOTsf BsfT
, r . L '". " 1 - -T
H'.av'ai a ai tnasyi
araBBBJaapBaBJ fl1BBjPBmBjm BBBjaa B7BTgBV VB 1
aa' tam'laaMaadl taatfl
BBaasaj,, BmF mBB aargaBBBassyssi ,Vaaaaam"wajas
IPPWpf Pf JpWL'PCrM