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Issued Dailv'i Uxeept Sundsy, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
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E. W. GILLETT & CO.
KLAMATH FALLS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUSTS. 1908
wwt Misi:n wim.n.
c.nlili'Eratui have boon received In
Uncago that tho King of Sorvla de
sired to form alliances with Chicago
heiresses for hit two son Alieady
nn emissary I on bin wuy to t tils
country to choose two Amcrlran girl
for the honor.
The Idea of the King of Scrvla baa
so greatly pleased tho Ciar of Russia
that ho bat gono to far as to agree
that ho will itand godfather to the
first born to either Prince through
hla American unton.
Chicago girls wore chosen n the
pro.jHithe wires of the Itojnl Prin
ces ok lug to tho fivorable Impression
created on the Kit-whin tud Sertlan
people by the Princess Cnntaciuene,
a niece of Mrs. Potter Palmer, and
daughter of (lenernl nnd Mrs. Fred
To (ieneral Arthur Toherep Splrl
dovlch. Preslden of the Slawiule
league of Moscow wns given the del
icate work of deciding on the two
marry. He has already left Sorvla
und Is expected to reach Chicago be
fore many weeks
The General admitted he was on
hla wny to America for the purpose
of finding wives for the two Princes,
but that while he desired to find the
girls In wealthy families, poverty
was not n bar to a union with the
He declared tho King wished his
sons to marry Into the "blue blood
of America," and all tha: ho requir
ed of.the girls was benutv, birth and
IIH1TI.MI COI.IMIHA FIRK.
Tho most dreadful conflagration In
tho history of Canada Is aweeplng
the Elk river vaKey In East Kooten-
ay. Kor forty miles a tremendous
bush flro hat burned everything bo
fore It. It has-held full and terrible
sway since Saturday afternoon, l-at-est
estimates are that 170 people
have met death In the flames. The
property loss It estimated at $3,000,
000 to $10,000,000. The following
places have been destroyed:
Fcrnle, with a population of 3,500,
Coal Creek, with a population of
1,500, Hosmcr, with a population of
no. The homeless will number COOO.
The fatalities are growing hourly.
In one caso at Fernle every ono In
five families perished. At least 70
persons perished there. Seventy men
In Elk river camps perished. The
Crows Nest Pans Coal company hat
11.000.000 In property at Coal Creek
which It reported destroyed. Rail
road bridges are swept away. Tho
fire Is still burning.
A territory 100 miles squaro had
been burned over. The wboln Crows
Nest Pass country la In ashct. Tho
hills on all Bides were seething mas
ses of flames and escape was almost
Impossible In any direction. Flro ap
paratus was of no avail because fan
ned by a terrific gale tho flames have
spread with lightning rapidity.
KEEPING A "DEATH WATCH."
The Kaiser's only avowed friend Is
Emperor Joseph. Kven Arch Duke
Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Aus
trian throne, favors the abandon
ment of the Oerman friendship for
Eogtlih support To prevent rurh i
coalition against la 1 tit thero Is lit t It
doubt that the Ktlser would declare
war Bgalnst one or more of his un
Germany pines for tho West Aus
trian province with their outlet to
the Mediterranean at Trieste. Itatj
wants the terrltorv on her on front
ier, v-llh Its Italian population. Tur-
key would gladl recover lunula and .
llenegovlna, which she lost In liTS
Bervla covets a slice of Dalmulla
Houmanla would lay till in in Hit-,
kovlnu and Itussln would Mil foi
Gnlllcla. A port's t well, therefore. ,
of new Intrigues, alliances und unit- ,
plications Is sure to follow the An
trlan emperor's death.
I'KACK IN ARMENIA.
Heavy Freighting Speclclty. Baggage Orders Are
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Having up-to-date olano
trucks we solicit your
(Ine piano moving
KENYON & GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
MRS. T. A. BALIS, Merrill, Ore.
Elwood Steel Fences
Wo are in recent rocoipt oi i rloailof
tho Famous Elwood Steel FcncliiJ and
I'oultr3' Nuttiiij; in all width v ,m
ready to guarantee tvcrv ri ? I.lwcxxl
Eonce we seiul out
Geo. R. Hum
Realizing that when Francis Jos
eph, the aged and Infirm emperor of
Austria, dies, tho political balance or
Europe Is likely to bo rudely upset,
the European nations arc today keep
ing a "death wutch" on tho emperor.
They have not gono to I ho limit of
Turkey, who had a secret service
agent shadowing the emperor at
ischl, bit summer homo Uut' what
the sultan attempted to do openly,
tho other powers are doing with sec
recy and with regard to the emper
or's feelings. The keynote to the
prestnt European situation It tho
half open, half veiled antagonism-between
England and Germany. Eng
land Is muttering every possible pow
er to maintain her predominance
and Germany It striving to obstruct
thlt policy and to gain tho position
England now holds. France, Russia
and Spain aro friendly' to England,
and it Is believed that In (be event of
a crisis, Portugal, Denmark, Sweden,
Norway, and even, Italy could be won
to the English' aide.
A general exodus of ArmenlniiH
from this country to their native
lands Is expected as the testill of the
edict of the sultan of Turkey grant
ing autonomy to Armenia and re
mitting all penalties nnd liabilities
for attempts made by Armenians In
the past to get such government nnd
the right to testify In a Moslem court
Chicago's Armenian colony Is greatl)
excited and for several das ine.tlim
have been held dlscusslnr; the advis
ability of returning to Armenia. Ik
cause of the vigor with which the
sultan pursued Armenians who had
sought autonomy, SSO.OOO rame to
the United States to escape Imprison
ment. They organized tho I lunch
klst society to obtain funds to fight
for their cause. Whether the new-
edict will mean the abandonment of
this society la problematical.
KEEP COOt, Nice line of men's
alpaca coats and fancy vests at tho
Boston Htoro. 7tf
II. llolvln nnd family will leave
Saturday rooming for Seattle wlmro
Jlr.llolvln will attend the grantl aerlo
of the Eagles as a delegate from the
Klamath Falls aerlo. It Is probable
that they wilt visit Southern Cali
fornia before returning home.
Several desirable rooms for rent
over Ihe Stilts Dry flood Co. En
quire at tho store. 8-5tf
Look BObbyt Wt clean, press and
repair clothe at tho Pantatorlutu. 13
The box of Holeproof socks offered
by tho Portland Clothing Storo for
tho 13th purchaser, was won by Mrs.
L. R. Van Kirk. The "Nothing but
13" prize for Thursday's 13th pur
chaser conalsts'of a beautiful pair of
silk suspenders and nttachments.
"13 nil tho time" prlzn for Sutunluy
will be unnounced later. Theso
prizes are worth going ufter, us all
aro very useful.
As I am going away from Klamath Falls I
will sell all my household furniture, beds,
tables, stoves, kitchen utensils, etc. II will
pay you to call and look over the goods.
J. H. DAKIN
Room o Navigation Co. Bldg.
To maki) room for new goods that
are now on tho way we are disposing
of all second-band articles wo have
left at prices Inn than oit. Virgil
Xi.tlcr lo llir Public.
We, tile undersigned iiirrrhenls of
Kluinath Falls, Oregon, hereby agree
to close our places of business, begin
ning on Monday, August 10, yuf,
at 7 o'clock p. in., on all days except
Saturday, (and from the lutb lo the
3Gth day of December and durlug
'county fair ami from July 1st to
MOO ACIIKH KltKK. Juy 3rd I :
Tim lakeside company bus :5nu j Hhlve llros. A Co.
K. W. Muller carries the largest
stock of Kdlson plmnogruphs and j
gold moulded reonli In Klamath
Watson & Van Sickle
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
100 Dealgni by Fred Hodgson, Clilciiiio's
Leading Architect, to Choose From
Wo also furnish plaim ami Hclllcntioii!i liy IU!,.- at :t the
rt'Ktilar price Your intniiuiK conllnllv - 'i-l
DWELLINGS A SPECIALTY
CALL WATSON, LAKESIDE INN
acres of lund under tho Adams ditch
that II will give KENT FREE for
ono )ear. This Includes tbo use of
the land nnd water. The renter must
clcur and plate the land In cultiva
tion. Tbo renter gets all tbo crops
but wo reserte tho right to pasture
'I lie IjikruluV C.'oiiiMiiy,
J. Frank Adams, Manager,
Hotel with everything new, dining
room kitchen, eight rooms, parlor:
fine patronage, feeding from 150 to
200 dally. Inquire nt Hotel Dorrls,
Dorrls, California. S-.'.tf
.NOTICE POH PUIIIJCATIO.V.
U. S. Land Office, Lakevlew, Ore
gon, July IS, 1908.
Notice it hereby given that .tho
State of Oregon has filed In this of
fice Its applications under tbo pro
visions of the act of Congress of
August 14, 1848, and the acts sup
plemental and amendatory thereto,
for'tbe following described lands, fo
wl!: List No. 08S, for seswU, Sec.
4 and nwnwVi. Sec. 9, T, 33 B.,
R, Jl'E., W. M.
Lls( K 086. 'or awKne4, Sec.
3, T. 34 H., R. 14 E. W. M.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the lands described, or desir
ing to object because of the mineral
character of tbe land, or for any
other reasons, to the disposal to ap
plicant, should Die their affidavits of
protest in this office, on or before the
10 day of September, 1808.
J. N. WATSON,
lteMrt of the Condition of
THK KLAMATH COL'.STV HANK
at Kl.imath Falls, in tho Stale of
Oregon, lit tho close of business,
July 10th, liOX,
Loans and discounts... 2"j,r,.',0.ia
Overdrafts, secured and
Ilonds, securities, etc, . ,
Other real estate owned
Due from banks, (not
revert n banks) 111,111.27
Checks uiiil other dish
Cash on hum) ::!i,si;e.c2
Capital stock paid In.. II no, 000. 00
Undivided profits, less
expenses und luxes paid 1,.':ii;,St
Due to banks and bankertl 2, HIT. 2 2
Ject to check :icr.,23.87
Demand rertlllfittcH of
Collided checks 33,76
CaHhler'H i hecks out-
I utantlliiK 232.60
State or Oregon, County of Klam
I. Alex. Murtln, Jr., Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solomnly
sweur that tbe above statement Is
true to the best of my knowledge and
ALi:.. MARTIN, Jit., Cashier.
i:. it. REAMKH.
K. P. McCORMACK,
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
I mis aiti uay or juiy, jhuh,
C. P CHASTAIN, Notary Pubilc.
Van Riper tiros.
A. K. Cranio & Co.
W. J. Ilrennan
Tbe lloston Store
Virgil A Son
The llrlck Store Co.
Mrs. (I. W. Fish
(!eo. R. Hum
Schallock It Daggett Co
W. A. Calkins & Co.
K. K. K. Store
Tbe Portland Store,
W. 11. Dolbeer
Ituuk ft Schneider
Stilts Dry Coods Co.
Roberts ft Hanks
Orooley ft Phillips.
K. W. Olllette
Oco. T. Raid win
C. T. Oliver
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STILTS, Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Fresh ami Cured Meats mid Satistigf ' ui Ltiulc
Wr handle our meats in the most modern wa 'Iran
lines and stirroumlinKs. To' u n'"' ' '' '"' mH''
happy to hat r ) nn for a rilstumer 'r Dcntrry.
Kor Kalelloinelrail ltrliniuMiuirat
Four and one-half miles from Mer
rill, Oregon; 100 acres fenced, 70
acres In cultivation, of which 12 acres
Is In potatoes, 16 acres rye, 4 arret
barley.balanco lu wheat. Small house
and barn, good well, team of sorrel
wares, weight 2(160 pounds. One flno
i'errheron colt, harness, new Stude
baknr wagon, 3; two milch cows,
ono calf, ono yearling heifer, three
urood sows, 80 chlckens.new 50-tooth
harrow, 14-Inch plow, two stoves.
household furniture, dishes and other
things too numerous to mention,
Price $1300. Would be cheap at
inreti times this price,
Enquire of E. E. FITCH,
28-Iwk Merrill, Oregon.
My first kilo of Hue will be burnt
about August 10th, I will be ready
to fill all orders from then ou,
27-3wk HRO niEIIN.
lil'HT E. WlTIIKOW,
Mast, nam. Blue Prints, tw.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyor and Irridatlon;Enlnecr.s
Don J. Kumwai.t, C. B.
M. H.;Wii i.ius, (' r".
Klamath Falls, Oregon
CHAS. B. WOKDKN
A. M. WOKDKN
You will save money by buying
sewing machines and all or your sew
ing machine supplies at Mullers, cor
ner Main and 6th streets. 7-31tr
Bholl says he has the best lee
cream In town. If you are from Mis
souri stop In at tbe American Con
The American Bank and Trust Co.
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