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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY
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50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTERS
KLAMATITS GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWAKDS. -
THE EVENING HERALD
' ttsnsil Dally, Except Bunday, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATE 8:
Dally, by mall, one year I&-00
Dally, by mall, alx monthi. . , J.50
Dally, by mall, three months 1.J5
Dally, by mall, on month SO
Dally, delivered by carrier, one week BO
KLAMATH FALLS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21. 1909.
ark.r H.us. R.lls. '"' Junc lsT' nS cU "X-
MtrrUI.-Tbr.f mhlrKiMKinroli of atorr. known ai the "Timber anJ
butter, one leaniuonful of salt, oue-half Stone Law," at such value at might
cuptal of lukewarm water, oue yeat
rake, two mpful of new milk, one ta
blespoonful uf sugar, two res wbltet
and alx cupful of flour.
Way of lrrparloc Scald the milk
and add to It tor suptr. Mlt and but
ter. Let aland until lukewarm. then
add three rupfula of flour and beat for
Ore minute. Add tb? dUaolred yeast
and let ataod until It la a very tight.
frothy mas, then add the ear, white.
beaten to a stiff froth, and the remain
Ins flour, l-et rle again until It U
twln It original bulk, place ou your
moMlng board, knead llgbtly and then
roll Into a ahcet half an Inch thick.
Take a large blurult cutter and rut the
dougn Into round. Brush with melted
baiter, fold over and prrea the edge
together. Place In a buttered pan on
Inch apart. Let rise until rery light
and bake In a bot oren fifteen minute.
National Food Magazine.
A Duck of a Man.
Ellen Terry and Mr. Balfour met for
the flrtt time at Ibe table or Henry
W. Lucy In London, Darin the en
suing conrernallon Ml Terry re
mained strangely silent. Presently
the Unionist leader had to I rare for
Jbe bouse of common, and Ellen
Terry at last' found her tongue. Her
host was relieved to find that abe bad
not been bored. Bringing her doted
band down on the table, she exclaimed
with a glance toward the door through
which Mr. Balfour bad passed, "I
think thafa a duck of a manf
bo fixed by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application, the land
and timber thereon hare been ap
praised. June 14, 190. the timber es
timated S4S board feet at 10.75 per
M. and the land I1S0.80; that said
applicant will otter final proof In sup
port of bis application and sworn
statement on the Slst day or October.
1909, before R. M. Richardson.
United States Commissioner, at
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchaso before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time before patent
Issues, by filing a corroborated affi
davit In this office, alleging facts
srblch would defeat the eutry.
ARTHUR V. ORTON.
8-1C, 10-1S Register.
NOTICE OV FILING OF PLAT
XOTICK FOR PVBUCATIOX
Department of the Interior,- U. R.
Land Office at Lakevlew, Oregon,
August 7. 180.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
James B. Huhphry, whose postofflce
address la Klamath Falls, Oregon,
did, on the :3d day of April, les.
fllo la this office sworn statement r.nl
application,-No. 01827, to purchase
the Wtt of BE . Section 23, Town
ship 37 South. Range 9 East, Wil
lamette meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provisions of the
United States Land Office, Ijikcvlow,
Oregon, August 6, 1909.
NOTICE Is hereby given that town
ship plats surveyed under Con! net
No. 732, for Sections 7, IS, 19. i0
and 31, Township 37 South, Range 7
East, Willamette meridian; Sections
1 to '30, inclusive. Township 3t
South, Range 28 East. Willamette
meridian; Sections 1 to 3(, Inclusive.
Township 34 South, Range 28 East
Willamette meridian, and supple
mental plat of segregation survey of
Sections 4, 9. 16. 21, 28 and 32.
Township 31 South, Range 7 4 Eatt,
Willamette meridian, will bo fllo1 In.
this office on September 15th, .1909
On and after said date all of slid
lands will be subject to selections,
entry or filing on, If said lane's are
not otherwise reserved or appro
priated. ARTHUR W. ORTON.
FRED P. CRONEUILLER,
Helping the Town
By tanking yonr soonry in bank.ln yoar owb common
Itjr jraei (unease the community's power to do baslnes. If
aabataatial farmers want to borrow money there is more to
loan them. If you Unk yoi-r money away from home It is
loaned to olbrr farmers, merchant and manafactarrrs. Help
your home people. Honey hidden at home helps no one.
Placed In a bank It la pat to work In way that help all.
First National Bank
of Klamath. Falls
la a good bank to pat yoar money In safe and reliable.
I A Savings Account ...
la a rainy day fund, a life insurance policy, a sick bcueit, a
funeral benefit, and an old age pension. There la no forfeiture
clause la the passbook, and It la under the owner's control at
all thee. It will tide blm over sickness) It will care for bis
family when be mast got it will see him throagb old age, and
" bars' bias when be die. It is a simple business proposition.
Begin early, and keep It up, aud. like manna In the desert, It
will supply him aa be Journeys.
Now la 'the time to oiirn an account with the
Firit Trnit and Savings Bank
XOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Offlco at 1-akotlow,
Oregon, April 30. 1909.
NOTICK Is hereby given that
DANIEL JOHNSTON, of Klamath
Kails, Oregon, who, on Nov, 37,
1908, mado Timber and Stone Sworn
Statement No. 0807, for N4 S!t,
Section 17, Township 32 8., Rangu
H E., Will. Meridian, has filed
notlco of Intention to mako Final
I'roof, to establish claim to the land
abovo described, before County Clerk
Klamath County, at his office at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on tho 19tb
day of August. 1909,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank M. Upp, of Klamath Falls,
Oregon: Henry Offenbacher, of Kla
math Falls, Oregon; Atvtn J. 8wlft,
of Klamath Falls, Oregon; John
Ansel, of. Klamath Falls, Oregon;
Lester Klrkpatrlck, of Klamath
Kails, Oregon; John J. Furbcr, of
J. N. WAT80N.
NOTICE From the lGlh until the
22d tho Klamath Meucngvr Son
tco will be open for business from
S a. m. to 9 p. m.
FOR SULK Real Eitate.
HAVE a few lots to glvo away In
Opportunity addition on the Upper
lako to parties wishing to build
homes. Better hurry and get ono of
these they are absolutely free. Soo
the owner, E. D. MacDonald.
FOR SALE A new bungalow, with
8 rooms and bath; fine location on
hillside near High School. Inquire, at
FOR SALE 80 acres, CO acres In
crop; 3 hones. agon, set of har
ness, z cows, ::s chickens: c-room
bungalow, furnished, 4 miles from
town: 8100 per acres: easy terms.
II. E. Polntor, Klamath Falls.
WANTED A lady to do plain sew
ing. Apply to Mrs. Peck, Klamath
Falls Iron Works.
AGENTS wanted In every town for
the 8tel Adjustable Hameless
Horso Collars. No pads, hames,
traps; can be used with any kind of
tug attachment. Will not gall horaa
or wear out. Will not corrodo or rust,
Price 86.00 each. Ask our dealer.
Write for literature. Address Nelson
Wllrcr Company, exclusive distrib
THE Oregon Nursery Company of
Salem, Urvcon. the largest una
best-known nursery company In the
Northwest, has openings for two or
tbreo steady and reliable salesmen
for Southern Oregon and Northern
California territories. Full Informa
tion upon request. Address Oregon
Nursery Co., Salem, Oregou.
WANTED Girl for telephono op
erator; ono with experience In the
work preferred. Apply at Klamath
FOR HALE Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE Cooking range, good as
new. Inquire Model bakery.
FOR SALE At a bargain; a No. 5
Oliver typowriter, with 15-lncb
carrier. In first-class condition; a
$110 machine for 175. Call at O. K.
Transfer office and aee It.
FOR SALE Freight outfit, com
plete, consisting of 8 horses and
harness, stretchers and chains, 2 No.
i wagons: capacity or wagons. 30.-
ooo: all In No. 1 condition. Merrill
6 Son. Park stable, Merrill, Ore.
The Official Paper of Klamath County
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The Best Weekly in the Best Town
in the Best County in the Best State
Tho tlutlet of a Weekly News
paper nrn arled ami tnrlou It
carries lit the mitUIng district and
itiurlry homes tin- new uf tin1
week, and kee. tho country resi
dent In touch with the or' ' f
torto In a manner that riiiib' I
entered In im other n). ThronBh
It columns our cuitntiy frleinU
learn uf the doing In the neigh
boring cities and town, the arts ot
their county olllclnlt, nnd tho de
liberation and derision of the
In It luhrrllsliiK column the
progrcdilw merchant ct forth
lit Knres, and many a bargain Is
decided from It column before
the trip to timn 1 1 made. Mirny
tuerchnnt take adtantaiio of It
advertising space to set their good
thus before prospectlti customer,
nnd In doing " tniike many sale
that would otherwise, bo lost to
How welcome n sign In town I
wten It ha been made fnuilll.ir (
Hie tlsltur by Its constant appear
ame In hit" Weekly New (paper
no one but that lsllnr can tell,
but from Ids eager search (or
lamlllnr i.nmc It Is c.u) to diler
mine Just what weight his Weekly
gltes III tils Judgment when nuk
"lliii lU'publlrnu "Iter etiep
tlonal nppurtiiulllM to the enter
prising nun limit In this rwpctt.
It goes Into oery home In tho
tiiunt) Those who liMe not silli
rrilnd fur II nro borrowing It
from tits Ir neighbors, an J promts
It K to stiUrtltw when they runw
to town. With a circulation of over
1,000 ( 1.021, to be etarll, it Is
nnd by live time that number,
and I a welromo guest to ccry
member of eiery family.
Our mailing Hit Is open In sll
proipcctlie nihertlscrs, or to any
ono who Is Interested In It, and at
12 'r )car tho Itrpulillran Is tho
deal Intestmenl ever mad by nnr
petsoii III seairh ot the beil
It Is the en. lemur of tho pub
tlshei to make tho Itepubltritii the
hadrr of all Htato Weekl) New
piiper. and no etpens Is aparrd to
nrnimpllsh this etui II ts far
ahead of All local riiiiiiistllor now
and will nl)s he so 1 he faell '
llles am iinstirpaaird III ni) olllre
In the Hlale, The most modern
ni.irt.lni't) and the latest fare of
typo Bio used 111 Its piodiirllon
No eipenso Is spaml hi all) i
and the result I iMf-rldrnt
As ttio rountr) crow with tlio
rspldlt) Hist Is ha In the past few
)rar(, and as brilliant prospect
forecast fur thn future. Just fast
will the Republican grow From
the little four-page paper of linen
)ears ago. It has renrlied Its pres
ent generous pmiHirllnns, and It
luluro Is bound In bo Just ns great
as the future uf this section.
Advertising Rates on Application
Published Every Thursday in the Year
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NOTICE OF IHKHOLITID.N OF
The public Is hereby notified that
tho partnership firm of Morgan &
Wlckslrom ha been dissolved, Mr,
Morgan having disposed of all his In
terest therein to A. W'ckstrom. who
wlllcontlniicto nperato thu steamboat J Q COrtJ
Eagto and other partnership proper- A
tie formerly owned and operated by
Morgan & Wlckitrom. t
Doa J. Zrjuwii.T,
Maps, riant. Blue Prints, Etc.;
Al wwwww n,,,n,,tSSI(lllS(((nlSH(
Wood i REFRIGERATORS
C5 75 t
pattotciiy ,: Wliile Enamel S KjSSM Jz
$21 to $24,50
i ).) t act
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FOR SALE Railroad ticket, first
class, to Los Angolea or San Diego,
Cal. Address P. O. box 25, Lako-view.
THE Southern Pacific has now on
salo round trip tickets to Seattle,
good for sixty days, with prlvllego of
stopover at any point en routo for
$28.75. The final limit on tbeso
tickets expires October 31st.
ORDER your ice from O. K. Transfer
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
ftsir E Vi itiiiicw, Secretary
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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FURNISHED rooms and apartments
at ine uaiawin.
CEMENT Imported cement Just ro
celved; carload Allsen comont In
Iron barrels. Baldwin Hardware Co.
TO EXCHANGE California for Ore-
con; 160 acres deeded land, title
perfect, no mortgago; fruit, grain and
grapes. For acreage at or near Klam
ath Falls. H. D. Sibley, P. O. box 647,
San Bernardino, Cal
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