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flO PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TpRu.
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HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
HsUy. by msll, on year a,-, M
jjsiij, oy man, m monins o f
uauy, oy mall, lores months
Dally, by mall, on month
Daily, dsUvsrsd by carriar, ooa waek
KLAMATH PALLS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1909.
HIMTH TO 1VKRR.
8lsct the Rlrl. Agrss with tho
girl's father In politic and with her
mother In religion: It you have a
rltalf keep your eye on him: If hu la
widower, keep two eyes on him.
Do not assort the girl that you
have no bad habits, it will bo enough
tor you to may that )ou never heard
yourself snore In your ileep.
Do j not put too much aweet atuff
on paper. It you do )ou will hear It
read In after yearn when your wife
has aom special purpoee In Inflictive
upon1 you tho severest punishment
know a to a married man.
do home at a reasonable hour In
tha evening, bo not wait tilt the girl
haa to throw hex whole aoul Into a
yaw that ah cannot cover with both
hand. A little thing like that may
caaee a coolness at the very begln
Blng lot the game.
If, while wearing your new summer
trousers for the first time ou sit
down on some candy that llttleWlllle
hu left oa the chair, smile sweetly
aad remark that you do not mind
sitting oa caady at all. and that
"boys will be boys." Reserve your
true feellag for tutors reference.
If. oa Ih occasion of your Orst
call, the girl upon whom you have
plaeed your affections looks like an
leebcrg 'sad acts like a quiet, cold
wave, take your leavd and stay away.
Wetaan In her' hours of freete Is
uncertain, coy, aad hard to please.
la cold weather,- finish saying
"Oeod-slgbt" In the house. Do not
stretch K all the way to the front
at. If there Is a front gate, aad
tha key the foandatloa for future as
thaM.'broaealtls.BuratgU and chron
ic catarrh, to help yon to worry the
girl 'to death after she haa married
Do not be too soft. Do not say.
"These tittle-hand' shall never do a
strowsof rork-wWlethey are mine."
and "You shall have nothing to do
la -e1 beats' tmt to sit all day Ion
ana mrjr to- canaries" as if a
seaafMe-woBMS coord bo happy fool
Ing away valuable time In that sort
'of style! Besides, she may -have
floW, retswtrve. Memory for-the soft
thrflfs"aad aHly promises of court
ship tad1 occasionally. In after-years.
when abs Is washing1 the dinner dhb
es or patching your trousers; she will
remind' you of them ln"a, cold, sar
castic tone of voice.
Edgsr Allan Poo. who was bom on
January 19. 1809. According to the
Imitative program prepared by mom
bers of the faculty In conjunction
with others equally as directly Inter
ested In tho cotnlnK centennial ob
sorvance, the room In the null entity
that win occupied by the poet u a
student wilt be formally opened on
January IC, us the I'oe museum On
tho following day. Sunday, a memor
tai sermon will bo preached In the
cnapel of tho Institution. On the
morning of Monday, Juuuary, .i, the
many guests of tho university, unite
a number of whom will be foreigner
of distinction, will be tuken on u till-
grlmage to the Rugged Mountains,
made famous by Poe's stories; In the
afternoon Tho Ravens, u society con
sisting of students who have won ills
Unction by Intellectual achievements
as under graduates, will celebrate the
occasion with a program drawn from
his lyrics. The birthday will be re
served for addresses and apprecia
tions from eminent persons. A dis
course In French tin "Poo In France,"
another In Uerman on "I'oe In Ger
many," poetical tributes ulso in for
eign languages, and letters from ills
tlngulsbetl men of letters abroad, all
to be concluded with the national tri
bute which will Include one address.
poems and letters.
On Xnma tiny a Rood dinner and
a .Nnms tree rurnlshcd u pleniuitit
Unto for over thirty guests, nl the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. tleo. tint) III.
of Upper Yontm Valley. After dliinei
tho oung folks enjoyed u fine sleigh
ride, and each leeelved a piesenl
from old Santa. Those ptesetit ueie
Mr. and Mrs Theodore Hummcislc)
am) Him, l.coimttl, Mr and Mis Tom
Michaels and children, Mi. uiul Met.
Alf Wnllls. l.ttdwlg Stenl, Mr. and
Mis. Chns, Wuelk and ehlldieu, Mi
ami Mrs, W.ll. Hllss, tirundiuu l.oguo and costs mid dlsliuiye tits taxed
Nona: or siiDitii'i-s s.ti.i: I
1 1 lllllln oT ail execution dull Is-1
siieil In the t'liiiuli I'leik of Khun
atll t 'unlit Kliile of Olegou, lind i
olllclo I'leik of the Circuit I'oint of t
mild Stale In mid tor Niild Count), i
dated the ;i0th itny of Dcctmihci, A '
I), ISHf.s, In a 4 ci lulu action In the
('limit Conn fin mild County ntul
Slate, whciclu .1 II. IMeito as plain
llir olilnlued and leioveied Judgment
j imaltiHl II. I, Aldildgo mid Agues
I' Atdlldgo, ileremlalitH, fin I lie hii 111
I of Thien Thousand Flic lliiiidii'd
( uiul Tlilil.-sl (J.tr.:u;mi) llolliilri
A NEW RECIPE KOK Cltl'I.I.FItS.
Cream half a pound of butter with
three-quarters of a pound of powder
ed sugar, mix with them six mil
beatcn eggs, cinnamon and nutmeg
to taste, and enough flour to make
a dough you can roll out. The dough
should be a little stiff. Roll Into s
mm sneei, cut "lato any shape jou
wish and drop Inroheii boiling fat.
Drop In one to tiSjHieat of tho fat.
It should 'rise tofBaBSurracu almost
immediately and bfenrn quickly. Cut
out all ou mean to cook before ou
begin, for after you onco get them
cooking ou will have no time to stop
rir timro. Should the fat get too hot.
move It to the side of the stove, llnve
ready u colander lined with soft pa
per and lay tho crullers In this as
you take them from the fat with a
split spoon. Sprinkle them with pow
dered sugar, and when they are cold
put In a tin box with a cover or In a
stone crock. Delineator.
FsrVMta:of tho coming year.es
pselally amoag -close students': and
scBtS(rsarw regarded with- more In
ters -thaa' Mm' csntraaary that Is' to
b'-ca1efereer la the-' Middle' of this
mewth 'at' tha University or Virginia
kf enartottesVllle. the alma' mater of
MALE HEU WANTED.
You are ambitious and possess at
east an average amount of tact and
fpersererance. Therefore, we want
yon and1 will pay you I7S a month
for taking only four orders a day.
Too- can earn a big Income. We f ur
Ish all supplies free. Write today
o MATtAOER, P. O. Box 1150, New
miss .Nellie llllss, John. James and
Will l.ugue. CIiiih. Sheiinan, Clins
l.lskey, the Misses Anna, Man and
Clara Smlh. OrMlle Smith ami John
Thoso attending the masked hall
at lloiiania from Yonua were: Miss
Theresa Sterxl, who masked us a
'Gorman Olrl:" MIsh llatel Fltrh as
'Night." and Joe Stent as I'mle
Sam " Those attendliii: uiitiiusked
ivern Mrs. I.. M Kllch uiul Jesse
Miss Nett Drew came homo fiom
i lie rails to Hpenil the week of va
cation iiith her mother, Mis. N. S
Mis. August Flaekus and gland
sou. KdwarU, visited at Fred Heck's
hom lust iieek mid luard thu lieu
Mr and Mrs. I. Y. t'.ia.i, Mr. and
Mrs. Kirkpatrlck and Mr. and Mis
V. It. Simpson spent Nnms at the
home of C t'. IVanmn.
Claude CluiAuti and Willie Colinrn
came lion ii from the Iteserintlou last
wi-ek with a band of cattle for r!a
HOrlon, which are to be fed at lb
fntohnn ranch In the upper pint of
O. I loupe, of I'tmer Yimnii. Is ex.
petting u ilslt from bis brother, who
ii III soon arrive from Herman.!.
.Mrs N S. Drew was In D.ilrv on
.iiiko u ins k uas puirli.isiMl some
hogs from Hans Stoeshler, of h.ilr
Man) of the farmers of this sec
tion are putting up lie though i
mis not In-eii lory thick as .let.
James Colahau, nho Hied for )enrK
In Yonnn Vallej, had the misfortune
to fall and break his leg about a
week ago. The uny It happened mis
very strange for he lias walking
along on frozen ground when his foot
twisted, breaking the honex of the
The teacher niid pupils of lllliii
hrand enjolisl a pleasant day last
Wednesday at school. The older pu
pils and leather had prepared a beau
tiful tree, and etcn old Santa uiiole
them a ilslt which helped lonsiiler-
nlily with the merriment Karh child
receded r.imly and presents ami all
had a very nice Hunt The children
sang, phi) oil mid told stoiics until
tlmiiU" go iiiinie, when they left as
haplQk children toiild In-
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker will spend
tho winter in l.os Angeles. Thoy ex
pect to start In a few days.
Karl Adnins, of Yonnn, hauled a
load of wood to Cha.s. Sherman, of
Dairy, and on bis return bought oats
of I,. A. Sterzl at 2 cents per pound.
L. A. Sterzl brought sonio of his
rattle to Dairy to ho fed by llonry
Stoehsler, aa his own feed Is very
at Tlilit.i-nlne ami LT.-IOU (U!i :'.".)
Dollais, such Judgment baling been
obtained and rendered as aforesaid
on the :"lul dnv of December, A I)
I'.itis, ami II being ordeied and ad
Jildgul theieln hi the touit Hint the
ceitaln piopeiti attached In said no
tion be hold to sallsfv Ihe cliilms uiul
demands of said plaintiff"
now. Tiii:in:roui:. notici: is
lli:i!KHY lllVi:.. That I will on Ihe
.luth da.i of .Inutility. A I), I'.m'i, at
the front door of the Court House In
ihe City of Klamath Falls, fount)
and Stale iiforisulil. nl L' i.vln.ib m
'the atleruooii of said da), sell ut
public auction, to the highest bidder
for i ash, the follonlug described real
jptopelli. being the piiipoily attached
as aforesaid, to-ult-
I.oIh l, L' and 3 of lllock 41. lots
i. 2, :i. i ami :. or nimk u., in I'liisi'1
ADDITION to the City ot Khtnuith
Falls, In Klamnth Count), Slate of
Oregon, also an unilhliled one-half1
Inteu-Nt In and to Lots 7. .s, i and 12 I
ol lllock I, Lots 7. ,s, l, 10. II ami1
Transfer Work of All Kinds
Baling u Specially. Chnrcs Kesonahl
Phone 005 . ie
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Let us U It for you. Evcrylhlnil Home Miide.
H-usoiinblc. UKKAD A SI'KCIAIi'Y.
Vt nut iiiiIkk liinclu'.-t, ulso liiiii'iit'H for ) ti i, ,
mid piciiictuirtit'd. : A trial Mill ckpmih
i.t clu'iipiT to liny tlinti to liaiu
'ii that it
KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
I AND DELICATESSEN
& Gel Our Uroid at Cawkins.
(has. i:. woitorj'
I l:l l MM.HASH
The American Bank and Trust Co.
1 2 of Hloik a. Lots I. 2. f,, , i S f"
II uud : of Hloik T. I.otn I, 'J. 3. i I
'. ii. ! III. II and i: of lllock lf
scarce this winter.
Bonio people manage to beat his
Satanic majesty about the bush by
lying with their mouths closed.
A man gets lonesome In the city
when his wife Is spending u few-
weeks In the country ho be writes
and 'tells her.
StJtttR FROM -:-
! Bladder . Troubles;
PftOMt MtT OOMftOMD
NOTICE OF HTItlvKT KXTKNHIO.V.
Notice of tho pmposed opening of
Eighth Street, between Klamath Ave
nue and Walnut Avenuo.
Notice Is.lieiohy given that the
Common Council of thu city of Klam
ath Falls deems It expedient to oiitn
iKIghth Struct between Klamath Ave
nue una yvuinui Avenue, nnu to up-
proprlutu fur that pMrposu a strip of
ground C0x22u .feet.
'I lie city engineer has surveyed and
platted the strip of ground required
.to be. appropriated, for that potlon
of .said Eighth .street proposed to
be opened and filed his xoport con
taining such plat and survey, with
the Poilco Judge; sa(d .report being
satista'cto'ry, to the .Common Council,
notice Is hereby given that at tho.reg-.
ulsr meeting of the Common Council
on Monday evening, tho lib day .of
uary,. A, v.. 1909,. an ordinance
e adopted embodying such ro-
wltbln CO days thereafter
'will be appointed' to ap-
sges, If any, to tho ro
of tho property to bo
LoiH I and : of lllock 2n. till
llloiks 2. i, r, ti. . ti. iii. ii. 1 2, t:
II. Hi. 17. I.s und I 'i In KNOII llll.l
ADDITION to said ('III of KhimiH'
Falls, salil last ilesiillnsl li.t-. mi
blocks li.Mli-, a ImiiIIoii of the l'.
or si:i,, or Si. so. Tp :ts s it
i; . W M , Iii said t'liiiuti and Slate
also, an umllilded on. -halt lntiro
In ami to the SW, ot Ni;i, of Sei
Hi. Tp 3s S . It -j i: . V t , in mii,
Count) ami State, .mil Hi., follow ni
desiiihed pleteur panel of land, sub
Jis-t to thu certain iiiortgnro therein.
auiouiitliu: to ihe sum of 11. '.ii ll no.
lo-HltBoiiimeiicliig at the Innrsic. I
Hon B. unl-ls of Coiigci Aieiiue1
and vajgfi Sii.-.i in .iM ciiy of Klam-
h Falls aiioidlm; In ihe leiorded
phi I of Hiesuilit of CoiiKer Avenue!
as lisonleil In Flat Hook .No 2, ill
the olllie of Hie Coiiuli Clerk of s.il.l i
Klaiiiath t'oiiiili. inking Ihe n'ulii
of Aluln Si i ii I as . iii; deK, '.' i,iiu
II., theiiii .N I'.i it.-u. 1 mill V.
Ili.Vr. feel, llieuie N 42 lli'g .S III I It.
W HI ::.! l-i-l. Ili.lue S 111 deg. 2U
mln. W 1 7 J. lit. In the lii-limlng
of Hie ili'seilpllon of Hie land hereh)
desi rlhl'd. tl.eni N I.' deg IS mill.
W alniih loulli Inn. of Conger Ate-
Illle I'.R fi.i.l, ll ir S !! deg. 30 mill.
W. I '.' rul, I III me S 12 dig. If) lulu.
F.. Ki Hit. theme S. Hi deg. :ili mln.
W. to ihe mitt or leit bank of Link
Itlver, tbi'iiie ilntwi siild Link IIIut
along the easteil) or led bank .Ml
fiet or more to the line of the prop-
i.-ity of Ihe belts of Hail) llufor.l
ilargiis, d aseil, theiicii N. t!l deg.
30 mln. C. In the Hoiilh linn of said
Conger Avenue und the place of be
ginning, helm; alt situated In said
County ami State.
Tuken and levied upon as the prop
erty of tho said II. I.. Aldrldgo und
Agues I'. Aldrhlge, and their title and
Interest Hirioln will he sold by inn
as utoriwilil in so ninth thereof h
may be iicccHHiiry to satisfy Ihe said
Judgment in favor of said J. (1. Fleicv
oV, - C'.
Jlf"r"T"rr"i'; " I s
,. S f? S &?$ --: U "ZH HO. r3"S
.yif n tikiLi
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Cor. fllli and Main Street
j .NOIII'i: I OI( ITIII.IC.VIIO.N.
Di'pnltmeiit of the Interior, f .1
Liihil I lllli i. lit LukevlvM, Oregon, Di
teniher I I, I tins
Not hu Is lieieb) given that Mil ml
llu)ien. of Kl.imalb Fal's, Oregon,
no, .-oy. .in. im, iiiuiie rimtivr
Stone Appllialliiu No usS2, for
HWU. S.s; 2i. Tp 2? S, It.
u. .M , lias fllt.il notice of Inlon
to make Dual prouf.to vstahiuh cli
to the Intiil alioie disKrltn-d, hofi
County ('lurk Klamath Co, at his jtf
IWe, at Klamath I'alU, Oregon, on lbs'
2i.th d.iy of I'ebriiar), I'jOS v
Claimant names its minosse
Albert Harrison, A. ,. .Iiimuon
John (I. Hcluillock, lien Carlisle, all
of Klamiith Falls, Origoii.
., . J.N.WATSON.
NOlICi: N)( I'FIII.IC.VIION.
BRICK WORK !
I14CIIIMM 'kM s. miii:
M.A( I is A l 1 1 Vl.TV
e. childers !
ITII I'ALIS, 0KEC0N
Vfttli si Iti ln.ri.l.u
tigaltiHl said ILL Aldildgu uud Agnes 'a, I'lnkerlou, of St.
I'. Aldrldge, with Inteteiil thereon, to-
gelhur Willi all costs uud illsbuiso.
nieuls (hat halo oi may am ue.
W. II. HAIINIttl.
Sheilrr or Klamath Count), Oiruou.
Duti-il at Kliimalh Falls, Oiegou, Urn
31st day of December, lans,
NtfTICi: FOIt I'l'IILICATIO.V.
Dopnrtmenl of Ihe Intuilor, H, S,
Laud Olbcu at Lukwvlew, OrOKou, De
comber 21, 1908,
Notice Is hereby given that John J.
rtiilim, or Klamath Falls', Oickoii,
who, on Januaiy 9,1907', niude Home
stead Entry, No. 370G, (Borlal No.
0393), for us umondfid.'the E'wSW.1;
8ec. SO. NEV4 .N'W, N,V '4 NEW,
Soc-31. T. 38 8 It. 10'E.i W. M.'.
has-.ulod notlco'of Intorit'loh' Vo make
final flvo your pioot,' tu,.eutublhih
claim to thu land ubovo 'descrlbeil.
boforo County Clerk, 'Klamath Coun-
ty, at his office ut Klilmaih'KdilsOr
cgou, on tho 8th 'day 'oY1 "February,
Claimant names as witnesson'
J. N. l'lno, Frank Irish. John Shoiii
herd, Artliur Kolloy, Jtoy Klnsinun,
II. W. KoesBCo, all of Klamath B'alls.
J. N, WATBON. '
Department or the Interior, It. S
Land Olllie at Lakeilew, Oregon, Oe
tober 21, 1908.
given that John '
Joe, Idaho, uhoJ
on .May 27. J90x, iniido Tlmb.ir unci
Slonii Application, No, Mh'j, (Serial
No. 0281) for HV4HW',, NW,SW'i
Sec. !. SHVSSIJi',. Sec.X, T. 37 H t
9 E., W, AL, bus Hied nollte of Inton
Ion to uinkii Final Proof, to estab
lish claim to tho laud ubnvo described
before) Iteglsler and Itecclver.al Lake
view, Oregon, on tho 24th day of
Claimant names at witnesses!
Dan Johnston, of Klamath Falls.
uru., j. nmiin. or Klamath Falls. Ore
Harry Pultz, of Klamath Fnlls, Ore.,
j. at. I'inKcitoii, or Wolf Creek, Ore.
-J. Nl WATSON,
J. V. HOUSK
DR. C. P. MASON
American Hunk A Trust Co.' j
B80O ACIIICH KIIKK.
Tho l.akesliln company has 21100
acros of laud under tint Aclniim dltcli
that it will l.vo ItENT FREE foi
ono year. This .Includes tho into of
tho land Ami u.ni.11 r., ..., !'
...., . ...j lulllur mum
clear and pluco the land In culutlvai
Hon. Tho renter gets all tho crops
but wo rosorvo tho right to puuturo
Tho IkesMo Company,
J. frank Adams, Manager,
DR. WM. MARTIN
Omce over Klumuth Countfi
D. V. KUYKEND
Attorney at lavti
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iiiimi. t.mw... nniililUV
mniic. nuunn l,u.ii ' s
some Tocan't lots at rcnsonitMj
(s. Call ii tbo office on Ml