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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY : -0-N3Eo3
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMj
THE EVENING HERALD
I .MITIC'i: ltU ITIIMCATIOX
Not ( onl l.aiii
UiueJ Dully, Kxcept SumUy, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
llly, by msil, one yer
lutlr l.v mill, .il month.
Dally, by mll, three months -'
lally, by mall, one month
Dslly, delhereJ by carrier, on wrel 15
KLAMATH FALLS, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1908.
TIIEV HKAU MAMA. !
thr retiernl (uiul of Information
u I ii . nnble-t a in'rum to undei-
, , 'si.ii.il and uijoy hai h rend. In
Governor J. Frank Hani) " ,,,,, , ,,,. few stale
the greatest H)lltlcal sensation in jnro ,otur M1,,,,,-, w.lh excellent
Indiana In years lost week li uncx-,iri.Mrntor) schools ami iuIUkm than
cctedly calling an eUra session of Is Oregon These Institutions, togcth-
flm lerltlnli.re In nssemhle In Indian- .er "I'll the
( Department of lhi Interior, U. 8
i'l.nnit Office at Lakuilew, Uri'Kon.
. August C. 190S.
Notlro is hereby given tliat Oer
1 ttude I. Ilcllcm.ui, of Klamath Kails,
lOri'M'n, who. on May II. 190S, mailo ,
I'lmber ami Stoue Application, No.
ms (Serial No. 0IS3), for wil
Section 1T.T. JS S. It. 10 K., W..M.
Ins filed notlte of Intention to make
linal proof, to establish dnlm to the
liiml aboe described, before County
Clerk. Klamath Co., at his office, at
Klamath Kails, Oregon, on tho ISth
rtn of Ot tuber, 190S.
Cl.ilmnnt mimes n wltnessi-a
August.! J. Ilayik'ii, V W. Mend-
I'lih.tll. Wm. Ili'lloman, II. II. Ila Jen.
nil of Kl.imnlh Kails, Oregon.
J. N. WATSON,
Hotel 1 1 ti ewr)tlilni! new, dining
room l.itelien, eight rooms, parlor,
fine patronage, feeding from ISO to
:00 ilnll). Inquire nt Motel Dorrls
Dorri. C.ilirottiiii x Mf
ii ' '
()TICi: Mill ITIII.U'.iTION.
large number of high -
ii. ....... ,.. i.. .1 .1., ..r whiHils. plait- within renin of nlmo--i , u. v,. iud Office
Iiumii m-iu.-iii... .- ,
1'tt'IJ .'111! fi III .Willi, IHtSM 1M nuillilli f,Ml( Jlli; " 1IVJ
trui (iriMililnntlnl rriinnri Itrti
' ' -" nil tMumtion an tuoriMtcii nit niv
till tMV 41t ((! MI itivii'iiii tin sis-si--
llanly's term expire the first of' Mry n lm.,. cHls young in-ople
the year and he has demanded many may he well fltte.1 for business or
reforms which he has not been able I professional can-em Young people
tn secure. Kccently the friends ,,fl" ni "' "I aml",,'lu
James K. Watson, the Hepubllcnnj
Notlco Is hereby elen that the
State of Oregon has filed In this of
fliif Its applications under tho pro
visions of tho act of Co nitres of
August 11, IStS, and tho acts sup-
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thing they desire in the wny of iilu- plemental and amendatory thereto,
candidate to succeed Hanly. prom- ma,0 of ,hp opportunities thai offei
lM-d the goernor that they nulil f Oregnnl-tn.
rational oiuxirtunlty. Let the tmut 1m- fur the following described lands, to
l.ltt No. OSS, for itUiwU, S-c.
K and ni;nwi;. Sec. U, T. 33 8.,
It. 21 K., W. M.
I.lJt No. 'JiC, for swne'i. Sec.
3. T. 31 S. It. H K. W. M.
Any and all H.-rsons claiming ad-
The I-! Iruiit ll'lilnif In Oiegon !
UiitIIi-iiI aceeinmailstliilit lur I
Csinptni; imtlllt loi tent
"pet-Mi esmpliiit litoiiml. iiml '
Uvt for rent
Klne iHHtntr lur slock
Art-omiiiilstliii to go to Crater I
Will 111 re l put leu ftt KUlliatll ,
Klamath Agency, Ore.
THERE ARE REASONS WHY
You should ouy your Groceries at Van Klper Hron.
1st. They have the rfooda you want
2nd. Their Groceries are always fresh
3rd. The price Is within reason
4th. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROS.
Get the Habit Use Chase a Sanborn Coffees
TABLE PADDING-You will Ifiicl
it at Gillett's
E. W. GILLETT & CO.
$ Heavy Freighting a Spccltlty. Baggage Orders Are
flittmw Drnmnl Alljtnllntt
Given Prompt Attention
carry out his plans If he would stump i
the state for Watson. Hanly agreed I
to this and it was announced that ,
he would not try further to enforce)
MlPIt II tl'J" . I IVt V tMVII t lllll Ml'. 11 IIU14 HII rv VM VlltlliilUh Hl'
hi demand for reform legislation country doctor, but m-h ns Ile In versely tho lands described, or deslr-
heard that towns and eri- the farmers will tell Ing to object because of the mineral
tiik I'.tvsi.vc or tiik nirvrisv
Listen now. There aren't anv more
Iatr, Iho povornor
Mill I f . P" . SIS. l I ----- .- ., .. ...- . ....... . .- -. . . . .. '. n j--- w - . h v rm
Watson' friends were laughing nti011, ,no flr"t xMaK ,,ll'y a n,,oiit character of the land, or for any
their promises behind his back and .,beJr ,ractIr-' thl " "In- "ther reason, to tho disposal to ap. ,
tho result was his call for the extra
The governor's action means the
precipitation of a terrible battle with
in the party rank this fall and there
Is great excitement at Itepubllcan
llanly's step Is taken to mean that
ho will not support Watson unless the
legislature quickly submits to his will
und doe as he a)s. It I probable
that the member will assemble In
nn ugly mood and a remarkable ,-
slon Is certain to result.
. The leaders score the governor on
the ground that the meeting of the
legislature will take the member
I 0. K. Transfer & Storage
...V. ,'.M..V, ... .l.V-J l.ll.V, 1... W.M7. I V-.BWU., , ...V UI.IU.4I U ,
tv-flve Her l-ent of nil their t.ltla ll's I llllrant. shnnlil fltn Ihi-lr nRlitnirlla it
buslnes with them. If old Jake Itltie- protest In thl office, on or before tho .
hart call them up by phone some 10 day of September, 190$. I
nasty, rainy night, and old Jake ts J. N. WATSON, I
slow pay, why . . Well, business Is 7-24-9-1 1 Itcglstor. J
business, jou know ..
There an. no more ou,,tr .I.h I .MmrK KOIt ITIll.irTlo.
tors Do ,ou know why' Vou re (Nt Ciw ,,,, ,
member how Unile Doc fusseil with
CHIM.S'IJYS AM KIIIK
I'LACKS A SI'CCIAI.TY
H. E. CHILDERS
KLAMATH TAILS, OREGON
H KENYON & GRIMES. PROPRIETORS
f Having up-to-dale olano
trucks we solicit your
i fine plnno moving
me lourauuc ram. ou r.-memb.-i ,.,...,., lf ,., ,nll.rlr ir. h
bow InterostOfl hi, vat In nil klniU .il . - . I
... . . ... 'a,"i Oinco at laikev low, Oregon,
farming Implement that aed lalxo '
They were clumsy th ngs n h Is day.' .... . . , . ...
al.a breaking down and getting , U.N"I,,W . ?" ?, ,,ml I)U,nn
out of kllter.but they have b.-en grad-l' ' urw ".' " . Mf "'" "'T "' ""
..ally improving until now their pur- ",'" "" "V' "T ,' !.?
l..oM.sw..l.nlchn,rn,,.ll.... Th'l!""f' 'N"' 333,i S"rlul No- 03-
have saved labor wl.houl u .l.oiM ,or """ ,3' T- 37 K . It. 10 K..
They have made the farmer's Imy un-1 W' M,' ''" ?X? "",Im' ' l"',n,lo
ncrwaarr. and Imi.. driven him , nwil Commutoll..n I'roof. to
ncreHH.'iry, and luiM- ilrhen him to
town. The "thrasher" who bail such
t.tabllsli claim to tho land nbovu de-
I'L'T CHII.IHIKX TO SCHOOL.
It Is tho practice in Oregon to post
pone the opening or the public school
until the hop harvest Is over, thus
serving the convenience of tho large
number of families that work In the
hop field. Since this policy is pur
sued, all parent should plan to have
their children ready for hchool when
the Aliening day arrives. Every child
who has not completed tho eighth
grade should bo In school this fall,
unless too young. Those who have
completed the eighth ginde should
bo In school unless thero Is a high
school within reach, unless they ure
learning a trade or are engaged In
other useful occupations. Oregon has
u good compulsoiy education law,
which Is largely self-executory, Ilm
no parent should need tho Influence
of .a compulsory education law ( Ev
ery chil'd should lave a , common
school education'; While it Is wlso'r to
teach some children trades rather
than to keep them In school after
they have completed the eighth grade
any child Is better off In blgh uchool
than on the streets.
Oregon's public uchool fiystem lt
reciralciwf m mil. nf II.a I...... I.. ...
--"---- ... .uv wum in hi;
United States. Oregon is one of thr
lowest states In the list when Illiter
acy Is considered. While a good rec
ord of this kind is ono to bo proud
of. the real effort should be not mere
ly to teach every person to read nnd
write, which is tho test( of literacy
and Illiteracy, but aleo'to'read'under
taudjugly nod writfjjrell. 'Thf,mor
cxtnsive the education tho larger
' kiiiiiii; rt tJissri uwui-t lllflru I
bl...l. with joung one. II Is empty I Frn,,k Jo,"1""'. ' Klamath, Kails. it
away from their district when their : .1 .ppctltes.and whoo coming was P1"""-"1' hvU,rn "-kIt iiii.I Itecclv
i.rn. I. ....... ,-ll ... ... .. r. k.n of a festival, are no Inner lh..w' al '-"keWeiv. Oregon, on llm Sth
the campaign ' '!" "' ""Ighbor. but i.mi.a t,BJ'..,,1r c,",,l'r' 1:,0S-
v h ..... ,.fne v.. ..., .h.. ,.i.i ' Claimant name a wltneiuies:
The decision of the governor r.-,,,,,,,, . . . Mark Howard, of Merrill, Oregon.
mm titiuijt ins mreui wneu i,e wu
hissed off the stage at the Itepubllcan
national convention. Ilu was pre
senting the name of Vice-I'resldent
Fairbanks before the convention In
opposition to Toft, when the hoots
nnd cat calls of tho delegates finally
forced hlra to stop shaking. He
shook his fist at the convention and
"Vou will be glad to hear from mo
after the convention. I will make it
burn for Taft and his force- In Indi
ana this fall. You will regret thl
action and you'll hear from me be
fore November 2."
Contracting and Jobbing
Klrstclass Line of Dumbing-
Specialties and first
A. O. U. W. Building
;isn dried gourd nowadas I pas.-.! ""K"". ""J" Whitney, of Klamath i
by one. In a ont-o thick
neighborhood. School h
out KIo children walked iiIoiik the
road with the teacher. Sucre Mag-
n , i,,nnii - -
:kly settled ,' r""' Oregon, Clin. Wngnr, of Klam
lad Just let I a"1 I'll". Oregon,
d along the J N- WATSON.
lupoid i.-lH2 4 Hfrelvr.
DR. C. P. MASON
American Hank Trust Co.' Ilulliling
The sunken hulk of the Japanese
battleships Yashlma and the Itusslan
warship Sebastopol, w hlch went down
In an engagement during thu recent
war, have been found by ti Japanese
salvago vessel, according to advices
received from Japan. The ministry
of murine. Is now trying to learn
whether tho hulks ran bo raised. The
S300 ACItEH KHKK.
salvage vessel ha also located the'tno bubble,
Tho Lakcsldn company has 2500 j DR. WM. MARTIN
mrus ui lanu unucr llio Ailsms Ultch I
him u wm give hk.nt ruErc for
one year. This Includes the use of
tho land and water. Tho renter must
clear and place tho land In culutlva-
linn. TI.A Fltnlli. ..la Mil !. .
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but wo reserve the right to pasture C. F. STONE
Office over Klamath County Hunk
TICKETS ON SALE
: . TO ALL POINTS . :
Baggage Checked Through to Dettlnatlon
Sleeping Car Bcrthi Rciervcd
KLAMATH LAKE NAVIGATION GO'S OFFICE
MAIN STRUCT, NEAR BRIDCK
T.A.K.FASSETT, - CITY TICKET AGT.
spot whero tho Japanese irulser Tak-
asago sank and Is looking for tin
hulk of the battleship Hatsuzu.
The supremo test of woman'
strength of mind Is her ability to
hold her tonguo when a social rival
Is under discussion,
Important meeting Monday night.
Work In tho Third Degree. Visiting
brothel especially invited.
W. A. DKI.ZKIX, W. M.
The Lakeside Couifiaiiy,
J. Krank Adams, Manager,
Attorney at Law
Oinico over jiostomcc. Klamath Falls,
llie 1'eltx Aulo
fs for hire at reasonable rates to par- r virvirv-f i a v
ties. Just as cheap to go In a auto v U I lNlALL
as In a stage. II, E. I'ELTZ. Pine Attorney at Law
ami Cth street. 7-31-8-31
I Klamath r'ulls, Orrgiw
I '-AJSa"- Abslractlns vJJ:,SZj
'i MM.rUt Bl-tirrtm. Kir '
I Klamath County Abstract Co.
t - M
j surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
Hkkt K WiTitmw, Scretry
DHE8HMAKIXG I'laln and Fancy.
Sewing, cutting and fitting. The
latest French Tailoring System.
Mrs. F. E. Johnston, over Stilts' Store
I Cream of Tartar
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Mills Addition were offered
at bargain prices a number of shrewd inves
tors bought; since that tirrie values havo
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reason
to anticipate an advance in prices. Remem-
ifih1.lro nrTY feet ln width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep-more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
CIIAS. K. WOHDKN
A. M. WOltDKN
The American Bank and Trust Co.
ILs-sJI V, ' -'
'icsn"'1'" ,"-'-'-"??vt?- l
- Ss '"i.ii.. (j,i,J;, , vTA1
FRANK IRA WHITE
CAPT. O. C. APPLERATR
Office on Fifth Street
I n vft p s aij ja, c5& H S al 1