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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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KLAMATH FALLS, OKKGON. THURSDAY, MAY 28. 1908.
Price, 5 Cents.
FISHING IS SUPERB
Williamson River Resort Will Be Popular
Place This Summer
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d pwittou loghe eiceiiriu mrac
la-ituimall laillrtwlto waul lu en-
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(Mtlttit the catnl'" la "' "P
on Maift" tcroiiiuU lolli I'inic the
cSkawn tlrrr and Hiring creek and
ktMfda number ol lent to hi
MilpMDt. Nrr lU have ln put
Mlht iWimtxl vcrllilntf U now In
rotate'"' ",r,Jf 0". '"
opl from thl city ale, already nuk
ing arrangement to ml a lew wreka
tt tliU opulr mort tills Hummrr. Ho
far few (miujiIo hatu been there thl
year, lint the flihlng It rireptluiially
foot ami the few who hale been there
hae made Urge catcher.
Mr. Milvlr liti alio riuuV arrange
inrrila whereby hu will meet parties at
Ilia Klamath Agency and tonvjy them
In tit I cio it ami (nun (hero they ran
ecu re accommodation to go to Crater
likn, Tim telephone line lu the I nor I
haa tcn put in good condition, giving
cauicre and plraturii erekera a illirct
communication with Klamath Full.
HAVE SALOONMEN ANY RIGHTS?
Uper Dealers Want to Know If Ihey Arc Not Justified in
Resenting 'Bitter Personal Attacks"
Jit; t hare jmt lew linn ol taci
III aattir t your editorial on "The
Yoaasyynudu nut believe llitl (lie
IllU'l Miter, tutorial attack a will I
I upon ltli let or, you comment
wtorlilly ti lhl'itlon ahd.alnrc
tf bow lb Herald to be lair In all
mttrn pertaining to the clty't affair
mktoalljuu hare not ten much
Ibaeftlr and tnurli tint U personal
ilkttck mi.lr on n by tli otlirr
f teeke tin- local option taction baa
km cotopiinic the taluon men with
bV,lkMiou U Inge, raiting ahailowi
tmiy -;t! turn, taylng we have
aarlgkt to lire Not content with tide
tUtpiktrttTrn take up the iiibjerl ol
u boon todogmallieand to rlander.
local optional aratter lltoralure,
l ui unto thieves, imiidrrer
0ywj bclleir, Mr. Kdltor, we liae
rihta, no right to meet tlielr "hitter
1 ittacka '" Surely not, vet one
0iU think ao from rraillng your villi
We remained silent ami we be
til waa Dial illrnco that gave Ilia
IWal optlonlm rurogiagement to go
(' llli their attack and then tit
dn idJ aay r aro alralJ.to iak
r on i,.fi.,,i.. t,a anli..
m not tin.-, why Jo Ihoy not
I ndrtN In the opi-ii i-ouru 7 TUey
LJfilor they know w apeak the
It 't.lhought Ihry hail u
Inllinl'Utnl ami wr were alrald to ile
frml nur own. All we atk of theni,ol
any our, la that we i;rt a (air ami honril
open tight. (
Prospects in Lake
II. A. llrattaln, llrpohllran ramllJate
(or ItrprrtvntatlTe, wrltra that eery
thing la 'aroraLU (or a llrpuhllcan vie
lory In take county ami ejcclllv at
1'ah.lry, Hhnr Mr. llrattaln rrthlrt.
C. J. rwluglr, llrpuhllcan nominee
lor County Colilnila.loncr, haa gone to
hla ranch In Ungcll Valley whrrn he
will iciiioln lor acVrral la)i.
fJni jiiiiU-rl, (or many yran the
grnlal clerk at the UkcaUo Inn, haa
gono to the OM tioMlera' Homo lu Call'
Thu roillainl Hlore haa rcoohcM a hlg
line ol anil raca ranging In ptlce from
11.50 to fV Alao tiunka ranging in
price Irom (S to .13.
Don J..umwall haa returmM (rum
Dorrii ami Ml. Hebron where he haa
been laying out acre tract (or the Klam
ath Development Co.
Mr. C. J. riwingle ami daugliteJ Mlai
Oka ataito-l lor 1'ortlaml thl morning
where they will remain during tho Hoae
(lllhert Drlgll leave in the Morn
ing to take In tho Hoae Carnival.
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When WALKOVERS Go On
Troubles Go Off
All the new, up-to-date color and atylea
At Klamath Fall Belt Shoe Shop
K. K. K. STORE
Whilfe Agency Walkover and Napa Tan SHOES
Corning his Homestead
I'. M, I'rieit, thaliiiiiMiim axptit lo-
Closiny the Compoifjn
Onniil lhiicloairigcrnta ol tho ram
uitinl on n h'iiiK'tciii m-nr I'.onann I ii.ihni u ill 1. it - ,.,,! ,nn.li.1i.. I..II
mil lew inontha ngo an I ln In. huMi nl. Merrill tomorrow night. .Venrlynvvry
nut there thl fprlng hnlhliiiK a Ih.umj niplraut lor oltlce will Imj lu nttondanco
nml h half ami It will nNollkily h their lait vllt
mi hit ranch. H Iho
mill- (rom hli plare to thu nrarrvl mill
ami the trail In rly l0ugh ami rocky,
hut Mr. I'rhit hni pacLeil evnry alhl of
lumber lie hat iitnl In hla home Irom
the mill to hli hiilMlng ulltt. It vim n
alow priK'M hut the mail to hit placu la
eiienllngly rouh nut rocky nml It
take I'IkIiI mill') of ilrlving to Ret Irom
hit home to the mill to hu ilccMcl to
how gol fallh by paiking llm lumkr
on hi ih'iuMrr. lie might nl meil
TRAVEL MANY MILES
log In ImlMlug the home hut he pre- j there la mery atiurance that the
ferrnl fr.ine nnl in onh-r to have II lint j will he n graml auccet.
nor kill haul lor u-ral weeka. It can
not Ueal'l that he In ri'it ahirlel out
loearn hit hometeal.
to that part o( tho county. Tho Itepub
llcaii' il thnl part ol tho county on;
thoroughly organiieil ami tl.u Democratic!
camlUatc have put In their time o.iilt I'nrllclpanls In the lltlcal race are
liberally in Merrill ami vicinity, and It beginning to real lie that It I work to
being one of the largvtt precincts In tho' , , . . .
, , ... ' run (or office and expenaive work at
rounty itlarie'tto Klamath Fall the
battle ground (or political M.cce... All 1 1,mt' Mt "' the candidate, h.ve been
of the candidate who can pottibly net,""11'0 - ,or "l0rB !l,-n wo monih
away will attend thl rioting political , "d In ome luetance have driven al-
function In Tcile I. ale precinct 10 thai! roost a thouiand rnlle. W. A. Delwll,
Political Aspirants Put in Much Time on
Roads of the County
lie-in Work Sunday
Searching for Brother
IMward Lannlng, ol Cryttal Ijike. Ill
, Tho barge lor the new dredgu hat been
I launched and mott ol the machinery In-
lance it),,. Democratic candidato for County
Clerk, haa kept track ol the number ol
mile he ha traveled, and at thl time
it ia approximately nine hundred. He,
liko mott nl the other political aaplrant,
hat vlelted every aection o( the county
and aome place a number ol timet. It
i eafe to eay that br next Monday be
I will have covered more than a thouaand
tailed. V. II. Kent lu charge of thu
marth work alnte thnl hv Sunday he
m liialliii, m.i .fr...l (.. fl ... I I.I- I I.... ' .. ...... . .
, ,", '. win iMrtoiKJinoi int. iirc-ige- working, ,,,, .,r I)e,.e htd no Opooltlon
l.rry.wbo left home M-ien Jear. .go , ,, ,, th two ,IH. he expert, to ,. ,. nomlnon .nd ,, M(,toMy
lor the Northwett. Ihelatl heard o( ,,,),,. rapid .rogrva on the work. ,
lilin be ji In Klamnlh ral, bill ll la I
Mlt-u-il ilmi he went to Modoc County, ' IiurCe--JamiS0H
('!., from here. Helt now about twenty- ,
futir)rJraof age. MIt Maud Jainltnn and Mr. Oliver
'"' . l'iertc were unltcl in iriarrinitulaat night
Marlon Hank, accompanied by Mr,. at tll0 ,mlne ,,,', bride', p.renta, Mr.
Ilanka, left thl morning lor I'orlland I ,. .... .. ,. ,.,,. . M ,,.
that aome ol the Republican nomuMea
who made an active caaapalgn for th
nomination have travtUd greater dl
tance than that cortrad by Mr. Deltall,
even though bo baa been on the go
ateadlly tor MTtral week.
Bert Wltbrow, the Republican nomi
ne for aaaeteor, baa been on tho go for
almott two month tad when the cam
paign cloeea he will likely have tnor
mile to bit credit tbaa any other ol the
men In the race for office. It It expeaav
Ir to make tbea trip and the politi
cian art beginning to Ice! the tteady
drain on their purte.
Howtver, tbey art all taking part in
the game In a good natored way and at
thl lime none tetmt diaconraged with
CHANGE IN MAIL ROUTE MONDAY
where ho will consult a eclllt In rr-
contracting partie have a large number I
Orders Have Been Rectved by the Postmaster Transferrkf
Mails rrom Pokegama to Dorris Route
gard to hit er which hap given him a 0( friend In thlt cilvnho with Ihcm'
great deal of trouble ol late. well.
IN CLUTCHES OF LAW
mint be taken and It I .likely tho
owning ttock will be called on to pay a
feed bill it the method of caring for the
lock In not changed.
Forger Mendenhall Has Been Sentenced
for Five Years in Mexico
Mrndrnlmll, the forger, who ot rated
In thl rity a (en montht ago hn come
tiigrirlln New Mexico, The Otero
County Admti-er puhllthed at Alamo
gurdo, New Mexico ha the following
account of hi arrrtt and ronvictlon :
Fred Mendenhall, the all nroutid
crook and check a rlitt, who ciught n
REDUCED RATES TO PORTLATD
One and One-third Tare for the Round Trip From Dorris
During the Week of the Rose Carnival
Carey Hamaby i again on tho tick
County Surveyor M. D. William It at
Merrill on official buslnea.
Tim anjtlitl mlilrh ia have been
number or prominent men throughout, Pre.brt.rUn church thl.
the territory a number ot month ai;o
u I.. ,vl,i..l ,,, evening, na.ueeninuenniwiymieii.wu.
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Sierr.i County, (or .wlndllng tho ill. 1 Large iiuanlltie ol vegetable, are now
Hid attorney o( the county out o( 50. ' being (hipped Into thl. city, and the
He lentenced to five car. Mend- home productloa 1 alto beginning to
eiilmll waa arretted at Douglas and aupply the market,
brought to New Mexico by Win. Dud- y. Maf0n an(, c u McCamber
icy. oi mo . m. moumcti i.ce. , r.urnii rrom trl l0 the timber
and to I.ikevlew. They accompanied
Kattcrn timber buyer whe were looking
ltrglnnlng Mnmlay the Southern
Paclllc Company will icll round tiip
ticket Irom Dorrl to Portland nt one
and ono-thlnl fire.
The ticket will be good lor' ten dayr
and will givo tho ivopleo( Ihla tcctlon
an oporlunlty to attend tho Koto Car
nival. Tho ticket will e on Kale only
on Juno Ul and :ird and nil parlieH do-
alrlug to take advantage of tho .pedal I
rate ahould go on Iheno day.
A number of coplo from Klamath
Fall will nvnll thnnielve of the
low rate and thl eectlou will ho re
presented by a large delegnllon.
Jiiuie IMwardH, who waa Injured a
abort (lino ago by n premature exploelon
of a K)nler blast, getting along as
well a could be expectod. Ilia hand was
ro badly lacerated that It I very Mon
(I rand Campaign Hall ot tho Opera
Houe, Saturday evening, May 30. Thl
will takt the place ol the "qrab" dtnee
which wa advertited for 8anderon'
Hall. Ticket 1 .00.
0. It. Carlock, editor of tho Merrill
Record, ia In the city en builne, He
ayi that local option la one ol the Im
portant la.ue at the coming election In
Everything the latest In Summer mil
inery will be found at the Stilts Dry
Complain of Loose Stock
Loose stock ha for tome time been
an annoynnce to properly owner in thU
section. Tho ortlcer have aimed to
keep it out of tho city and their effort)
lme liceu tnirrrtsful to a certain degree.
However, in the addition to tho town,
and especially In tho Hot Spring tract
where tho feed ia good It has been im
posidhlo to keep out the largo droves of
cattle thai como into the town to graze.
It is not an uncommon tiling to tee as
high as tlfty head of cattle ou this tract
at one time and a large number of thu
ninall tree that have been planted on
tho addition have been ruined and killed
by the cattle. Other parts of the city
have .uttered In a aim liar manner and
even the remeterlo have been Invaded
by the ttock, It has !;euu auggc.ted to
the owner of tho atock thai they imiat
herd their cattle or el.e havo them im
pounded. Thl luggestiou ha not been
heeded and probably the next move will
botolockttp a Urge number of tho
runabout. Chief of tho Police Low ha
on teveral occasion driven the cattle
Into the country, but he ha found this
method useless as they return toon to
the city and it additions where theie I.
Complaint about the stock are be
coming so frequent that some action
Hulie, the Photographer, will pre
pare background and tcenery ipeclaliy
for making graduating picture ol the
public and high tchool claate. Price
right and aatlafactlon guaranteed.
Jeff Deadman, ol Silver Lake, arrived
here yeiterday with the alx bear dog
belonging to A. 0. Duhme. Mr. Duhme
and a party of friends will ttart out on
a hunt tomorrow.
Fifty doren necktie have Jutt been re
ceived by the Portland Store. They are
CO and 75 rent values and will be on
sale next italurdayonly for 25 cent each.
Only two tie will be sold to every purchaser.
The change In mall route which gota
Into effect on Monday wUI bring all mall
Iroa the Booth Into tbU town twenty
hourt earlier than ante the tcbednle
now In effect. Tba aval! from the North
will be four hour, later, If tba train .ar
rive on (chedale timte. The) mail, ia
due in tbla city at 7:90 In the evening,
bnt It will arrive hare aocordlag to the
train tervice. It the train are late tba
mail .will be late la reaching tbla city.
The order for tba change waa received
by Poatmaater EaamlU hut night and
Monday morning the mail will leave oa
the boat going by tba way of Dorr!.
The etrvlce will get better aa the rail
road improve itt tervice and when the
water it reached, thl eirfv will have aa
good mall tervice at can be expected un
til the train begin running Into Klam
The Hot Spring Improvement Co.
hat completed arraagemeaU (or the
construction ot cement tidewalk. la the
addition and in about tea daya a force
ol men will atari ia oa tho work. Tba
present plan ia to coattract teveral
thouaand feat thl Bummer.
Mr. and Mrt. Frank Groat and, ton
arrived in the city hurt night from Baa
Diego whtra they bad been lor teveral
waaka. Thar "l be tba gnat ol
Sheriff and Mrt. Obaachaia lor n kw
daya and will then go to their
Roy Hamaker returned laat night
Irom Lakevlew, where he bat beta for
teveral daya attending to butlntea mat
ten. He taya the proepect are good
(or a Republican victory! Lake county.
o7?T Mi""t?!a .
The proof of
it in the
The White Mountain Freezer
make more cream, better cream, and makes it easier
and cheaper than any other freezer on the market
LET US SHOW YOU WHY
ROBERTS & HANKS
T HARDWARE DEALERS
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