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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL" ABEL ADY
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50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER.;
KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS.
THE EVENING HERALD
Issued Dally, Eicept Sunday, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
Dally, by mall, one year 16.00
Dally, Bragall, six months S.60
Dally, by malt, three months 1.15
Dally, by malt, one month 60
Dally, dellTered by carrier, one. week 60
KLAMATH FALLS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 20. 1909.
NORTH WOODS INDIANS.
NatlvM Wh. Htlptd Ih. Whltt. Aerate
the Upptr Wildtrntts.
It wan the North kihI Indian wlio
led tbe alilte raw arm. I be upper
rlldernnw trail" anil hflml Hint run
to get and to bold It fouling there.
A tbe lower tribe. ucb tbe Iro
quois, were allle of tlrrnt llrltaln la
war. o the people uortb of tbe great
lake were tbe allle of that country
la ludOHtry. Wlthmrt the sturdy my
agar of tbe north, half Indian at
least, tbe fur trade could not bare
If you read tbe itory of Kir Ueorge
Mmrmon. of Darkl Tbouipsnn. of Sir
Aleiander Markrmle. of Harmon, ot
art ot June 3, 1S78, and act. amend
atory, known a the "Timber and
Stone Law," at such alue at might
bo flxvd by appraisement, and that.
purauant to urh application, the land
and timber thereon have been ap
praised, June 14, 10S, tbe timber es
timated 646 board feet at $0.75 per
M, and tho land T190.80; that aald
applicant will offer Dual proof In sup
port of hit application and aworn
statement on the Hit day ot October,
190. before It. M. tllchardson.
United States Commissioner, at
Klamath Kalli, On-con.
Any person It at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
llearoe, of Aleiander Henry tbe I a contest at any time before patent
youuicer Indeed, of any of the early I Issues, by filing a corroborated am
or late explorer of Hudson lay or 'davit In this office, alleging farts
tbe okl Aor wet company alwny you
will Hod tbat tbe real man bvblnd
tbe park and paddle was this nortlit-rn
natlre. IVrhap be wa not full
blood. Indeed, for the i;hm part the
typical Tuyager was not. Kmin the
time -of GreyMlou du l.'hut on dowr.
wtkl while bloud ba merged with
wild red blood.
Tbe drst fur traders on both Me
our territorial line got ou very nrll.
for there wa much marriage accord
lac to tbe law of the abnrlglual
world, and tbe lendrnry was for tbe
two race, to dwrll In baruiony. It
waa llrewatrr. cow and plow that
broke up tbe game. Uniersou llousb
which would defeat the entry.
ARTHUR V. ORTON.
S-1C. 10-18 Register.
XOTICK Or' KIUXO OK PLAT
NOTICE --OR Pl'IIUOVHOV
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Lakcvlew, Oregon,
August 7, 1909.
NOTICE Is hereby given thnt
James B. Iluhphry, whose postoOce
address Is Klamath Falls, Oregon,
did. on the 23d day of April, 190V,
Die In this office sworn statement and
application. No. 01817, to purchase
the WH of Set;. Section 33, Town
ship. 37 South. Range 9 East. Wil
lamette meridian, and tbe timber
thereon, under the provlslona of tbe
United States Land Office, l-akevlew,
Oregon, August C, 1909.
NOTICE Is hereby given tbat town
ship plata surveyed under Contrict
No. 731, for Sections 7. IS, 19. 10
and 31, Township 37 South, Range 7
East, Willamette meridian; Section.
1 to 3(, Inclusive, Township )'
South, Range 18 East, Willamette
meridian: Sections 1 to 36. Inclusive,
Township 34 South, Range 38 East.
Willamette meridian, and supple
mental plat of segregation survey ot
Sections 4. 9, 1, 21, 28 and 33.
Township 31 South, Range 7 4 East,
Willamette meridian, will be flic In
thlt office on September 15th. 1909
On and after said date all of sold
landa will be subject to selections,
entry or filing on. If said lands are
not otherwise reserved or appro
priated. ARTHUR W. ORTON.
FRED P. CRONEMILLER,
i Helping the Town . . .
By haaklaaj -roar atoncy la a bank la yoar owa roaamaa
(tjr jroa Increase tbe commanlty's power to do basinet. If
aahetaatial faraners want to burrow anoaejr Ibere la snore to
luaa litem. If you Utnk yor money away from borne It is
loaned to other farmer, mrrrhaata and manufacturer. Help
yoar boose people. Money bidden at home helps no one.
Placed In a bank It la pat to work la ways that help alL
! First National Bank 1
of Klamath Falls
U m good bank to pat jomr monrj In and reltebj.
I A Savings Account . . .
Is a rainy day fund, a life Insurance policy, a sick beaeflt, a
faaeral beneftt, and aa old age pension. There la no forfeiture
claae la'the passbook, aad It la ander tbe owner control at
aU thwM. It wIM tide him over sickness) It will care for hie
family when he mast go) It will see him through old age, aad
bary hin when be die. It is a simple business proposition.
Urn-la early, aad keep H up, aad, like manna la tbe desert, It
wNI .apply him aa be Journeys.
Mew to Ms time to open aa accoaat with the
First Trna t and Saving! Bank I
NOTICE VOi PUIUCATION.
U. 8. Land Office at Ijikevlow,
Oregon, April 26, 1909.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
DANIEL JOHNSTON, ot Klamath
Kails, Oregon, who, on Nov. 37,
1908, made Timber and Stone 8worn
Statement No. 0867, tor NH SH,
Section 17, Township 32 8., Range
714 E.. Will. Meridian, has filed
ootlco ot Intention to make Final
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before County Clerk
Klamath County, At bis office at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on the 19tb
day of August. 1909.
Claimant name aa witnesses:
Frank M. Upp, ot Klamath Falls,
Oregon: Henry Offenbacher, of Kla
math Falls, Oregon; Alvtn J. Swift,
of Klamath Falls, Oregou: John
Ansel, ot Klamath Falls, Oregon;
Lester Klrknatrlck, of Klamath
Falls, Oregon; John J. Furbcr, of
J. N. WATSON.
NOTICE Fiom tho 15th until the
3!d the Klamath Messenger Serv
ice will be open for business from
8 n. m. to 9 p. m.
FOR MALE Real lUUte.
HAVE a few lots to give away in
Opportunity addition on the Upper
Inko to parties wishing to build
homes. Uetter hurry and get one of
these they are absolutely free. See
tho owner, E. D. MacDonald.
FOR SALE A new bungalow, with
8 rooms and bath; fine location on
hillside near High School. Inqulro at
FOR SALE SO acres, CO acres In
crop: 3 horses, wagon, set of har
ness, 3 cows, 125 chickens; 6-room
bungalow, furnished. 4 miles from
town; 1100 per acres; easy terms.
II. E. Pointer, Klamath Falls.
WANTED A lady to do plain sew
ing. Apply to Mrs. Peck, Klamath
Falls Iron Works.
AOENTS wanted In every town for
the Steel Adjustable llameless
Horse Collars. No pads, hames,
straps; can be used with any kind of
tug attachments. Will not gall horse
or wear out. Will not corrode or rust.
Price 86.00 each. Ask your dealer.
Write for literature Address Nelson
Wllrer Company, excluslvo distrib
utors PaclflcCoaitStatet, Albany, Ore.
THE Oregon Nursery Company of
Salom, Ortgon, the largest and
best-known nursery company In the
North est, has openings for two or
three steady and rcllablo salesmen
for Southern Oregon and Northern
California territories. Full Informs
tlon upon request. Address Oregon
Nursery Co., Salem, Oregou.
N The Official Paper of Klamath County
The Best Weekly in the Best Town
in the Best County in the Best State
The dulle nf a Weekly Ne
pnper mo nrlrd niul tnrlout It
tarries to (lie mitt) lug illatrlitt niul
u.iirtry homes the news of the
uit'k, niul kee, the country red
dent In touch wllti the or''' i"
l.irte In n manner that mult' !'
mtered In no other n) Threi'gli
It columns our rountrv fr'emtl
tram of the doings In the neigh
boring clllea and timn. the acts of
their county official, and the de
liberation and ilo'ldons of the
In Its adwrtllni: columns the
proi:rele merchant sets forth
hi ware, mid miny n bargain I
decided from II columns before
the trip to town Is mede. .Many
merchants take mhnnlnci' of Ha
ndtertlsliiK pare to set their good
thus before propcrtUo runtonii-r.
mid In doing make many sales
that Mould otherwUo to lott to
How welcome n sign In town Is
when It has been made familiar to
the visitor by IK iiuitlnnt appear
nine In his" Weekly NewUM.r
no one but that tlsltnr tan l-II.
but (roni lilu eager sratih Ir
Iauilll.tr n.inum It l cn) to drier
mine Jut what weight hli Wteklv
Chen to hit Judgment when mak
The Uepublltun offers eirep
llon.il opportunities to the enter
prMng mercliaut In this reaper!,
It goes Into etery linme In lli
loiiuty Those wlni have not sub
scribed for II nre borrow lug It
from their neighbors, and prom lu
ll K to utmtlbo when the)' romn
to town. With u circulation of oer
1,000 ( 1.021. to bo 'tnrtl. II Is
rcid b rite limes that number,
ami U n welioine guett to etery
memlirr of every famlt)
Our mailing Hit It oen to all
protpertUt- ailtertlwrt. or to any
one who It Intrrt'tted In It. anil at
II per enr ttie Kepiibllran It the
brat Intftlineiit eer made h) nnv
perton In teaith of lh brat
It It the eliilovtMir of the pub
lUhet lo make the Itepiilillian the
leader ol H Hlale Weekly Ns
papers, and no i "'ii" It apitird In
nrrompllah thlt end It la far
alien, I ol all local romclllor. now
and will nlwur b to ll,o faill
Itlet ate uuaurpsascd III any omre
III the Stale The moat modem
lumhliiet) and Hie laleat fares of
Dpe me n.a-,1 In Its production
No rttK-uan It tpaird It nn) wa,
mil the mult la If ,enl
Aa tho loiiiilry grow with tho
rapldll) that la list In tho patt few
)rnr. and at brilliant proaprct
forrcaat for the future. Jutl to fait
will I tic Itrpubllran grow From
llio llllle four-page paper of line.,
)rat ago, It hat ii-articd lit prra.
tnt grnrrmia proHirtlont, ami lit
lutum la bound to Imi Jutl aa great
aa the future of thlt tecllon
Advertising Rates on Application
Published Every Thursday in the Year
NOTICE OF lllriKOLlTlOV OF
WANTED Girl for telephone on
crator; one with exiierlence In the
work preterred. Apply at Ktamatn
FOR HALE Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE Cooking range, good as
new. Inquire Model bakery.
FOR SALE At a bargain; a No. C
Oliver typewriter, with 16-lncb
carrier. In first-class condition; a
Jl 10 machine for 175. Call at O. K.
Transfer office and tee It.
FOR SALE Freight outfit, com
plete, consisting of 8 horses and
harness, stretchers and chains, 2 No.
1 wagons; capacity of wagons, 30,
000: all In No. 1 condition. Merrill
ft Son. Park stable, Merrill, Ore.
Tho public Is hereby notified that
thu partnership firm of Morgnn &
Wlckstrom has been dhuolved, Mr.
Morgan having disposed of all hit In
terest therein to A. W'ckstrom, who
wlllconllnucto operate the iteatubo.il
Eagla and other partnership proper
Hot formerly owned and operated by
Murgan & Wlckstrom. Z
a cord, delivered to any
part or clly
Phone 45 1
DOK J. ZCMWALT,
Maps, nana, Bine Prints, Etc.)
K M. Ilea,
Vlce-I'ret. and 1 test
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
Hut E Wmucw, Secretary
Klamath Falls, Oregon
FOR SALE Railroad ticket, first-
class, to Los Angeles or San Diego,
Cal. Address P. O. box IS, I4tkc-vlow.
THE Southern Pacific baa now on
sale round trip tlcketa to Seattle,
good for alxty days, with privilege of
stopover at any point en routo for
818.76. Tho anal limit on these
tlcketa expire October 31st.
K a4444-eC4te. If
ORDER your Ice from t). IC. Transfer
FURNISHED rooms and apartments
at tne uaiawin.
CEMENT Imported cement just re
ceived; carload Allsen content In
Iron barrels. Baldwin Hardware Co.
TO EXCHANGE California for Ore
gon; 160 acres deeded land, title
perfect, no mortgago; fruit, grain and
grapes. For acreage at or near Klam
ath Falls. H. D. Blbloy, P, O. box 647,
oau p.rnaraiBO, uu
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