The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 22, 1908, Image 2

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MARSH LANDS nwEflON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY
...m,. sincArnoc nARHAIMS AT SZ5 riSK AW". AW UrnMUJS.
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50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER.
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EASY Tpju.
THE EVENING HERALD
Issued Dully, Kxcept Sunday, by tin
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
SUnSClllPTlON UATKS
Pally, by mll, on year
Pally, by mII, fix month
Pally, by mill, tliiw months
1 rally, liy mall, one month
Pally, ilclhcrwl by carrier, ono wwk.
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KLAMATH FALLS, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22. 1908
SUMMONS
In tl. Um.lt Court f Iho Htl'
Ori-K-Hi, fur Hit' t'oimiy ul Klriimilli.
IVtllui II. I'mmi-r, riainiiiw
in in in. nonir..r t j
r Orrin.n nil Til IM11I1 1 U. 'nn.T till- Ihii
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JAMIS S. SHERMAN
James Schoolcraft Sherman is the Republican nomi
nee for vice-president, was born in Uticn, N. Y., October
24, 1S55, and save for short intervals occupied in travel,
has spent his entire life there. He received both an aca
demic and collegiate education and shortly after his
graduation from Hamilton college in 1878 was admitted
to the bur.
He entered politics in 1SS0 and four years later was
elected mayor of Utica on the Republican ticket, receiving
a handsome majority in a city always considered Demo
cratic. At Saratoga in 1895 he was selected to preside
over the deliberations of the Republican convention, and
was later chosen orator on many notiable occasions. ,
He was elected to the fiftieth, fifty-first and fifty-j
third congresses as a Republican, and re-elected to the'
fifty-fourth, receiving 22,510 votes against 16,269 votes
for John D. Henderson, Democrat. (
Congressman Sherman was for some time chairman ,
of the Republican campaign committee and made a re
cord for himself through the manner in which he got sub
scriptions. On the floor of congress he made a stirring speech
against the building of the Panama canal, and declared
that America should not accept it as a gift. Despite his
attitude in this matter he has for years been one of the
staunchest friends of President Roosevelt and on a number
of occasions has conferred with him regarding the pre
sent campaign.
While gathering campaign contributions he intro
duced a 2-cent railroad bill in congress. He was Speaker
Reed's most, intimate friend in congress during the lat
ter years of his life, and presided in the house more than
any other man.
He introduced the anti-ticket scalping bill and many
other measures. His party has often offered him excel
lent positions in the employ of the government.
RrMVOIUTION 10 KSTIIY UC UNI l
National IVtr.t. Nolle l litrrl.r ! I
Iti'.t llic Unit! ilrxrltal twlnw, .tnbr.clnrJ
1110 kri, within Hi 'mc.I. Nallon.l riril,
it... on win I itiMiti lii ttlllrmrnl ! Hi
If. umlrr Ih. lrotloll ot Ih. honirlr..l
Una of Iht Unllr.1 Malta
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too.1 f.llti cltlnlnt: tir "t "U ''' '"' '' ! ..nnr mill miixM'r I'i coni'lrillll t'
cullur.1 purj prior to Jnu.rr 1. 1. I" J ' , , KlU, ,.,,Utli.l milt
I,., not at.u.lon..l tinr. In .frji.i I I.1IIIM " " , , , .. .
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rotnrr ol SI, T JJ'H. RT I J r.lhri.rr w foilliiy JlUl in ivi.m.iii v ,. --
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cb.liil.tbrnrr 8 jocb.lin.lbmc Ksorbiln.. KlMluMh Kallt, Orrttun, m tin" U "I
lhrnr.Sroih.HulOiliiloltalnnln,Mm Whlrli .il oilier If "
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11 s ', upon tppllr.llon ol J UPool,Kn,Uii.l .'. publiitinl nnrc rok, lor pcrl'.l nl
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r.ilonol John t.Mtr, I'lliirnlll.. Ilrr,nn, Ih ' .
K hl0IHK4r0lrKnr.tHvMh.KM0t.NKur. .,,-,.. ,.u UIIUI IATiON
hilons.TMt 10 K. 111-11 pllr.un t I NOTItli hOH lUBUtATIO
llm .NoUn, Ko.l.ml, Oiriun.
ricKi nhN.Nrrr,
(.muiU.lonrtol Ih.lirnri.l Ij.ii-1 illl.r
Apror.t i3, Iwi
tHA.SK I'lhKCE.
t'llit Aulit.nl tV.rrt.rr nl Hi. Inlrt lor
l.li.lT,Mi. IfJ.irJ, IUJ.IM. All
William Sulzer, who has been in conference with
Charles F. Murphy, is authority forjhe statement that
the entire 78 votes of the Tammany delegation to the
Denver convention will be cast for W. J. Bryan on the
first ballot. If there is the least sign of disaffection the
unit rule will be enforced. Sulzer says it is fully ex
pected that Mr. Bryan will be nominated on the first bal
lot and that the nomination will be made unanimous be
fore the roll call is completed. Murphy will go to Denver
several days in advance of the delegation.
IN THE LITTLE PRINCESS
You get more room.
and convenience
in Klamath Fallt.
more cooking aurface
than from any itove ever aold
. VIRGIL a SON
Dealers in Furniture and House Furnishings.
Bridge on Mtin street
At the
Notice For rubllcMlon
Orrtmrnt ol the Interior, V. S.
Kami Otllco, I.krvluw PrvKm, M.) K.
1WW. Nolle It hrreby iilwn tht AlWrt
llirrlton, ol KUmith r'nllt, Orrni,
who, on Nor. 8, 1007, mmlt' tlmtvr mnl
lone apillcatIon, No. 4015, lor NK'
SVi4', K-ctlon '.". Townlle 37 S..
lUngoOK., Will. Mrriillin, In tll.-t
noticu ol Intention to inuLi Kln.l I'uh.I,
top.tAbli.il cL'.m to the l.ml aboie ilo
Bcrlln.il. U-(orc County Clerk KUtmlli
Co., at hi. oilier at Klmnalli Kail., Ore.,
on tbo lltb day ul Auyuit, l')H.
Claimant name, a ltne-.: John (S.
Scli.lliK'k, ol Klamath l-'all., Orrtfon, ,
T. J. .Staten.ol Klamath Kalli, Oreyon, I
Albro J.mifon, ol Klamath rail. Oie
icon, Win. Cailiile, ol Klamath KalU,
Oregon.
J. N. WTOif. IUv'1't'T. ft IS
llepartmenl 'l the Inletlor, I'. .
I Ijtnil Oltlie, at I ikeie,llMK"in, June
,'i, JIKW. Nntio i hereby lilrrli that
! William T. Srhreinrr, ol Klamath Kail.,
1 Oregon, h, on Angu.t 13, IW. m'le
I home.lea.l entry, No. 2" 12, lr fiU'i
SK4, r-eellon X, K.', NK'4 rrellon lt,
'H Sl ', H lion JO, Tlihli 37 .
Itaiiite U i: Willamette MrrMLn. ha.
Illnl iiiilhv ol Intention to make final
Kle rr I'riml, to eilahllih claim tu
1 the land aNie ilr.crile., Ulme ('ml 11 1)
' Clerk Klamath County, at hli "Hire at
, Klamaih t-allt, Onicn. on the 3nl itay
,n Aiiiiiut, UhH. I'laimaiil name. a.
witne.M-.
A. M. J.inUon, nl Klamath t'.IIr. lire
gon, lleiiCartiile, ol Klamath Kallt, r
egnn; W A. Iloinllnot.nl Klamath Kallt,
Oiegon; II. Miilk.y, ol Klanath Kallt,
Orrgon. "-H
J N. Wmwin, llegl.ler.
NOTICl! FOK PUBLICATION
Department ol the Interior, I'. S
Ijml Oltlre, at lAketiew, Oregon, June
f. W. Notice it hert-br gltrn that
William Albert (Hi
Classified Advertisements
RIAL ESTATE K0R SAU
FOK SAI.E-im Acre I..inch I-ocaUil
II milet eattol Klamath Kail, a barg
ain lor tome liomcH-iki r, for pirtlcularn
inquire at thl ollice. IM1
MISCUXANtOUS
I.0ST-0ne Smith A Weilon re
voler between Court lloue ati'l Lake
.Me Inn. Klmb-r will lie libarly re
warded by teaing tame at l.aketMe Inn.
ey, ol l.irrl., CalU-ir-i
nia, ho, on April 22, IWX1. made home-
.lead entry No. 2H37, lor WJ, NW4,
HKJi NWir, Nell hW'i, Hectloti 12,
Townhlp4t H, llange 7 K, Willamette
Meridian, hat llliil notice nl Intention
to make Final Klve Year I'rool, to e.
tabliih claim to the land almedr.rtibrl
liclore County Clerk Klamath County,
at hi. ollire, Klamaih Kallt, Otegon, un
the 4th day ol Augiltt. 11)S. Claimant
n.iun ai witnette.; I'.lle Morgan, ol
Keno, Oregon; ltich.nl Kearnt, ol Dor
rit, California; Kdnanl iliady.nf DorrU,
Calilomia; Joilah II. Otey, ol Dorrit,
California. ON
J. N. Waiwii, Kegitter.
MOM'.Y TO LOAN-llonl timet but I
hare tome money to loan if jou have
tho tccurity. K. H. Hall.
- ""-"i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i.n',- r ' .- njLrir
rOK HALE
Kor Sale Underwood Typewriter in
gorxl condition I'iO. It, V. Kukendall.
KOft HALK-lbitary ball U-arlng
White .Senium Machine, latest deilgn,
at Oilh-ttt Furniture f-'lore. if
nCfAirTHENr OF TIIE INTCHIOR. iL
" unu orncr. Wuhlnaum. I. C Marrk V.
VM. Nurica or aurriWATraa or n.uc Lima,
to .rrTLtiitNr anu ja.r.-N.k U lnbr
j tlrrn ih.1 tk. uiln Mwratarr it Ik. Inlwiir Km
tu a. tl UM .ITMla Ik. llMr.w-J for IrrW..
Ibm purfKiw. undrr IK. tet of Junm IT. IW IS
HUL, U.I fur um In funwclkn Hh lb. Kkixlk
I'roWi. Orrcvn. t Ui. foMuwlAa ii-rriU. laiul.
a id. bum or imm, and r u ..uumiir Mirh
uf wlrf IrmrU m har. nut Imh K-r1iifur. finally
rMUirdand.r.nfFlotK.rwU.rlllHi,.n.r-MrvH
or .pprotirUlvl.wUI b. .uLJwt to MiiUrnnl umWt
IK. iiuUic Uiut U. of Ik. United HUU.un.nd
.(Irr Jun. VI. Itua, but n.ll not b. .ubjrt to Mi.
Inr, fllin., or MWrtlua until Jul. 10, 1 KM. .1 in.
uniiMi nut., una umr. .t uikntnr, Uragnn,
w.rnlnc brine .ipm.1 (Irrn that no nmun will
brirmltutl loimln orirrU .nr HaKt what
vwr undrr any MtiUmrnt or orrvpIMi b-irun
alur rbruarr IZ. Iwt .ml prior to Jun. Iwm,
nll.urhMtlnwntarorrup.llib.ln rorbUaVn:
Or.Kon. IKKtJ flLNNI.1T
.... Cor.mlMlunr of K Cnwrel Ind OnV.
wnArtK rir.rtf r.
D Inl AMUi.nl Swrt Ury of Ik. InUrlur
Hifet To piacticully new Herring-Hall-Marvin
tafct, at it bargain, one 20x
24 Inihe and one 2'n.l.' iiiiliet, limMe.
Inulrat lleitkeuiicrii Jewely tloie.
FOH 8AI,!. Oni) ilrener , one wath
ttand, ono rocking chair, ono table and
one healing Move. Call at the llrlck
ttore. tl
For Sale
One whole buBlnett block In Klamath
Kallt for ulu for forty cents on the dol
lar of what it v.m worth thirty day
" C I). Wlllion.
Dtl'AUTJIENT(lTllt;iNT.IUOIt.uliiL
UD orriit. hlMl..n, l. :., M.r 2,
llwi. Nolle, ur ii'Iioiim nr ri.Licu.io
tu nmtiirii ai imii Ni.iii. it b.r.br
Klvtn Hi. 1 tl,. Ht rn.rr 1,1 IK. Imrrlnr I1.1
r.lrd drp.iiintiii.1 milrr f. vilil,ci... tnm
l.r the i.m. .fr.it ih. Kith.il.. .1 f.,r Inl
t'tlxn iuriri undrr llir ri ol Jun. 1;, wfl.
iWhut.,-il ..r uw In ii.iitiriiliiu Kin, ih.
kliratlb I'rolttl.fJirithii.i.i ihr lollowlnf d.
erlbrd l.inliin llir Mir t, iiron,.nJ br
till tutliorlir iucIi f,..l.l iri. .1 ... not
brn btrrlolu . flii.ll imuiM .nl .1. not
nthrritlt.aliuiti.itn, frtrrrnl or ahi.rourl
.trd.wlllb. lubj-ci io triil.inriii luid.r Ih.
,. .ui,.. i.ii.i ia. 01 inr Liiuni m.ir. on .nil
lirrJulvbu l!o.bul .hall not bo mbl-cuo
nlrr,niln;or.l'iioii unill Auju.?u. !',.
.1 III. Lnllr.l HI,),. I..H.I lmm . (l.u...
Urrtnii, w.rnlng Wing riprruly glr.n 1I1.I
..v ,.,.... ..... tm ifiuiu.iiiuK.in of .x.rcit.
.ur rllftil Hh.l.vcr undrr .uv wiil.mi.iii n.
wruMilou brgun all.r H.f M.r 1,1km, aul
prior 10 Julu. ivuk. all men t.iilrni.niiir ne.
l.?,Mt?! torbWdrni Wlll.iMtll. ilrrl-
11.11, TtH.,lt.K..Ng..r UK or .nd MV or
Stt .jr.mv nr M ur.N hi Ntt ur.rkeilun I.
. . rr,f ur.nr.aii.
I ointnllftlnnrr .f L. ,la.i..i . ., ...
FRANK PICHCK " """" """'
MrtlAiilit.nl Hirrcurr nl lb. Intrriur,
Incorporated November
20, looo
Statement of Condition
nf the
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
P1CKMBKR 31, 1007
RESOURCES
Iauiiis nnd DlncountH $34O,r:io.U0
llontlsantlSt'curltlt'H . 03,525.84
Heal Eatnto, HuiltlitiKH anil
Kixtun-H . . 14.74fi.IQ
Cash nnd Sluht Exchange 100,247,80
$585,010.51
LIABILITIES
CuptUl Slock, fully imli
Surplus nnd ProlltH
Duo Other IttutkH
)fH)slt
$100,000.00
21.753.11
32,000.04
431,205.48
$585,040.51
I, Alex Martin, Jr., Cathler of tin .
bank, do aolelunly awear that the
inrnt I. true to tho beat ol my klum htl...
AI.KX MAHTIN. Jl: .
Subtcrlbiil and twioril In U'fuli- inr i
nf Jnnuary, I'.KH.
(Sealf I' II Wiiii.
Notary I'ublic f r i.
orncERs
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ALIX MARTIN -E.
R. RKAMIS
ALEX MARTIN, JR.
LESLIE ROGERS
- President'
Vlce-I'rc.sldenl
- Cashier
Ass't Cashier
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Basin
The Eldred Company
F. G. ELDRED. Manager
BoniMza, Oregon
Saddles, Harness and Supplies
We make n specialty of first-class, guaranteed,
hand-mndo Saddles nnd Sliaps. Our Saddles
have nn established reputation.
Orders From Everywhere Solicited
Ready for Inspection
Our line of Carpets. Matting, Tapestry,
Linoleum, Art Squares, Table, Lountfe
and Stand Covers, is ready for inspec
tion. Something entirely new
Also Silk Float and Feltolene Mattresses
Brass and Iron Beds-Adjustable pes
cil woven wire Springs, the only thusj
for hot weather.
Polshed Oak Dining Sets and aU
Rockers.
oik
W. H; DOLBEER
Successor to B. St. George Bishop
Phone-Store, 61 Residence, 155
CHAS. B. WOKDKN
I'rttldent
A. M. WOKDKN
Cathler
HtKDMEUUU
Vlfe-IVfiH
The American Bank and Truit Co.
Heavy Freighting a Speclelty. Baggage Orders
uiven Prompt Attention ,
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Company
Having up-to-date piano
trucka we solicit your
fine piano moving
otiice 7i
PHONES Ban an
RctUcac 048
KENTON & GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
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ftAfft
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III SB II B illl
ArTI I iJg-il i iJSLJ -f5'31i
t & & tsS IS f IbIIut
CAPITAL, $100,000.00
Cor.UtJi4lrUl8lrcl
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