; V'.V .? f ABEL ADY PHONE - - - 303 OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL MARSH LANDS .50 PER-CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. iiIlATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS EASYJEHMS 4 :- . .-, it .! THE EVENING HERALD ImusJ Dally, Except Sumlsy, by the HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY W. O. SMITH, Editor NOTICK FOR I'UIU.IOATIOX. ' U. S. Land Oillco nt LnVctlow,' 1 Oregon, April :c, 1309. , NOTlCi: Is hereby Riven that HAMi:i. JOHNSTON, of Klamath I Fiitts, Oregon, who, on Nov. ;?, i 1 I30S, tnatlo Timber ami Stono Sworn Statement No. 0S67, for NVi S4,' Section IT, Township 31! S., Itangu U i:.. Will. Meridian, ha Med notice of Intention to make Final ' Troof, to citubllsh elnlm to tlio Intul Ihio described, before County Clerk Klamath County, nt his olTteo nt ' Klamath Falls, Oregon, on tlio 19th j tin) of August. 1909. Claimant name lis witnesses; I Frank M. Upp. of Klamath Fall, UreGoii; Henry Oftcnliartier. of Kla- Cencsalcd Wispans. act of June 3. 1S7S. nn.l ncU amend-ii,tb Fnlln. Orecon: Alin J. Swift. One In a cotlep. town the rumor a,orj.( kn0Rn , ,ho "Timber nnd!,,f Klamath Fall. Oregon; John "wjiX'.na1 ALL tiii: ,i:s gTB.WUI II JWK I I s u n s c iu r T l o N hates: Dally, by mall, one year $5.00 Dally, by mall, itx monthi J.&0 Dally, by mall, three, monlha 1.J5 Dally, 'by mall, ono month 50 Dally, dcllrercd by carrier, one week 50 KLAMATH FALLS. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. 1909. Stone Ijiw." nt ueh value as might be died by appraisement, and that. that students were carrying voucealctl weapon reached the car of the local uillju 1t.A litf Nt Mir tti.-t trlli. tent order tliat the heinous practice pursuant to such application, the land bould I stopped. One djy a croup and timber thereon have been ni- of tbem passed a policeman, and one pralird. June 14, 1909, the timber ? of the students Iu to dolnc put his Utnated 515 board feet at J0.T5 per hand to bis blp pocket. Thcu. as lfjM ,nj ,he land I190.S0; that said recollecting himself In time, he hastily withdrew It and looked sheepishly at the policeman. "What have you In that pocket r'the latter asked sternly. Instead of answering, tbe student and all bis companions, as If panic stricken, started to run. After a chase all tbe students were cornered and or dered lo deliver up whatever they, bad applicant will offer final proof In suit port of bis application and sworn statement on the) 21st day of October, 1909. before It. it. Itlchardson, United Slates Commissioner, nt Klamath KalU. Orecon. Any person Is at liberty to protest thlt purchase before entry, or Initiate a contest at any time before patent iu iceir nip poena. , , Meekly tbey obeyed. Each one car-,'""" "' """ " -"- -rled a corncob. The remarks of tbe davit In this odec, allcglne fact policemen cannot possibly be record-1 which would defeat tho entry. esL-rhllad ,.... v , Thsr. one wss a man with monsy t buns. Wao nsrtr turns any that you could tils wrn. What was ths uh? Ttwrt one waa a worm that wanted to turn. But didn't attempt It, so far as I learn. What was the use? Chicago Tribune. AKTIlim W. S-1C. 10-1S OKTON', Register. notice of rn.i.vo or flat United States Land Office, ljtkcvtow, Oregon, Aufiust C, 1909 NOTICE is hereby Riven that town- Fin Crops. "''' ,,,au ,uvc0, unJef Cnn'nct "Do you raise anything worth while Xo- 3:- ,or Section 7. IS, 19 :.0 In your pirdenr ald the vliltor from. and 31, Township 37 South, Rango 7 the city. ICast, Willamette meridian; Scct'ous I should say so," answeretl Mr.li to SG. Inclusive. Township !' Crosslot. -It a tbe best place for Ush South, Range IS East. Willamette In worms la the entire Tillage." Washington Star. NOTICK FOR PFBUC.VI IO Department ot the Interior, U. F. Land Offlco at Lakqvlew, Oregon, August 7, 1909. NOTICE Is hereby given tluit James D. Iluhphry, whoso postofllce address 1 Klamath Falls, Oregon, did, on tbe 23d day of April, 190C, file In this office sworn statement r.nd application. No. 01827, to purchase the WVi of BEVi, Section 23, Town ship 37 South. Rango 9 East, Wll- lametlo meridian, and tho timber thereon, under tbe provisions of the meridian; Sections 1 to 2C. Inclusive. Tonihlp 24 South. Range 18 East Willametto meridian, and supple mental plat of segregation survey of Sections 4, 9. 1C, 21, 2S nnd 32, Township 31 South, Rango 74 Eait, Willametto meridian, will bo file.' In this office on September 15th. 1901 On and after said date all of s!d land will be subject to selection!, entry or filing on, If said lane's are not otherwise reserved or appro priated. ARTHUR- W. ORTON. Resistor. FRED P. CRONEMILLER. needier. uscl, of Klamath Falls, Oregon; Lester Klrkpatrlek, of Klamath Fall. Oregon; John J. Furber, of I'okegama, Oregon. J. N. WATSON. .1.1 5 RegUtcr. WANT ADS. SI'ITl.M. NOTlCi: NOTlCi: Fiom the ISlh until the 22d tho Klamath Messenger Serv-l ice t.'IU be open for business from , S a. m. to 9 p. m. FOR SAI.i: Real Cktiile. HAVE ii few lots to glvo'uwny in Opportunity addition on tho Upper. lake lo parties nlshlng to hulM homes. Keller hurry and get ono of these tl.ey arc nbjolulely free. See the owner, K. 1). MarDonnld. FOR SALE SO ncics. -0 ncroi In crop; 3 horses, wagon, set of liar- ness. 2 cows. ".. thickens: C-roo:n bungalow, furnlnhcil, I miles from town; ?I00 ier ncrt", as tcrtns II. E. I'olntor. Klamath Kails. i!i:i.i w..vri:ir. WANTED A lady to do plain sew ing. Apply to .Mrs. 1'eck. Klamath Falls Iron Workr. . Helping the Town . . Ily tanking your money iu a lutnk in your own commun ity you Increase the roiiuiiuiiily'a wiurr lo do business. If auUtantlal fanoers want lo Iximur money llierr Is more to loan litem. If you lunk yorr money ny from homo It la loaned to other farmers, inert linots and nuinufaclurt-rs. Help your home people. Hloney hidden at home hi-li uo one. rUecd In bank It la put "to work lo Maya that help all. The First National Bank of Klamath Falls I a good bank to put your money In af ai.d reliable. A Savings Account . . b rainy day fund, a life Insurant r policy, a kick bent-Ill, a funeral beueflt, and an old age ieuslpii. There is no forfeiture clause In Ike passbook, and ll la under the owner's control at all time. II will tide hlui over sltkneas; It will ran- for hi family when be must got II will we him through old age, anil bury blm when be die, ll I a simple business iroMMitlou. Benin early, and keep It up. and, like niunua iu the deM-rt. It will supply blm na be Journeys. Now la the time to 0eii on arrount with tbe The Firit Trnit and Savings Bank A0KNT8 wanted In every town for tho Steel Adjiiitahlo Hnmelce.t Horso Co lam. No padi, liumei, straps; rsn bo used with nny kind of tug attachnmtits. Will not gall horso or wear out. Will not corrode or rust, i'rlco JG.00 each. Ask our denier Wrlto for lltcratur". Address Nelson Wllver Company, exclmlvo distrib utor I'acillcCoast States. Albauy.Ore THE Oregon Nursery Company of Salom, On-goii. tho largest mul bcit-known nursery company In tho Northwest, has openings for two or Ihrjo atendy nnd reliable rnlesmeu I for Hoiitl.etn Orezun and Northern jrallfornln territories. Full lnforn-.n- rion upon requhi. uurt tregiin Nursery Co.. Salem, Orezuu, WANTED- Olrl for telephono i-t-ratur; ono with experlenco In the work Preferred. Apply nt Klamath Fnlls fifflce. FOR HALE JIlMiIlaui on. FOR SAI.i: Cooking range, good ui new. Inquire Model baker). $2.00 per year I i N .4 D V A N C E IMS NO i:.i.l The Official Paper of Khmuith County UI, i mi: THE REPUBLICAN The Best Weekly in the Best Town in the Best County in the Best State The duties of .1 Weekl) News paper are Milled nnd Mirlnm. It inrrle.t lo the outllliK district Jnd n.uptt) hoiiif the news of lb" week, mul kee.-s the ioiinlr nl iliht In liniili with tin1 wor" ;"' Ini te In i manner that ion!.' In' toiored Iu no other mi) Throiigh Its tolumiis our touutrv fi'eiiiU learn of tlio didngs In the neigh boring lilies nnd towns, the tuts of ll-i-ir county olllttnU, nnd the de liberntliiiis nnd deciilons of the county toiirts. In Its ndrertlslng column the progrcsiho mtrrhniit sets forth his unres. mid man) a bargain l decldeil from Its tolutinis boforo tho trip to town Is made. Man) meriLants tako mUnutaEo of Us ndvertlslug space lo set their good thus bsfnrt' prospecthe riistiimers, nnd In doing so mako many sale that would otl.erwtio he lot to them. lion- welcome a sign In town l wlen ll tin ''ten made familiar to the Mllor h) lis constant nplunr nine In his" We.'kl) Newspaper no one but that lllor fun tell, but froiu his eager search for l.imlllar names It Is ar lo deter? mini" Jiul what weight his Wvtklr Kites lo his Judgment when mak ing purchases Tim lleiuibllrnii offers ettep lloual oMirtuiililes to tho enter prltlng mrrrhant tu this reJiwrt. It goes Into ettr) home III the iimiit) Those who liaM- not suit srrlbed for It am borrowing It from their neighbor, and proiuls lig to subscribe whru they rotiiu lo town With a circulation ol over 1.000 1 1, 021. to be i tart). It Is read b) tlte times that number, and I a welttmif guest to mrry member of every family Our mailing lltt I open to all projective ndvertUets. or to any one wl,o I Interested In it, and at 12 l'ir )iar the llepubllran Is the l,..l int tit i-.r made I) mil pelsoll III sealltl of the bust It I the eltdrator of til" pub Ushers to innke tho Itrpubllmii III. Irmlcr of all Blllte Weekl) Now. papers, and no evins Is spHM ! nrcompllsti this end ll Is lar ahrad of all local coiiiprtltoi lion mi. I will always In so 1 tin l.lrll ltl are uinnriia.l In any otnio In lh Htalx The tiiosl liio-lern lil.irlilurr) nnd Iho ltet fares of Dpe are used In It production No etpeatv I siNtied la any wa. an-l the result Is toll evident. As the itiuhlry grows with lh rapldlt) tlal It has In the pa it few )iars. and as brilliant pioi-ct (ornrait for the future. Jiul so fait will the llcpubltrvtii grow, From the Utile Inur-pAR Pair of three years ago. II has leached Us pre ent generous proportions, and Us future Is bound to Im Just a great as the fulurp of ttila srrtlon. Advertising Rates on Application $2.oo per year I i A I) V A ,V c I: Published Every Thursday in the Year I.I NT rnu Ills" NOilCE OF III.sMH.lTLr.N OF i'.ktm:i:miii' Tho pulillp Is hereby uotined thnt tl.o partnershlii Mrm of .Morgan d Wickstrom l:ai Leen dUtolved, Mr M or nu n having dlsioied of nil his In tcroat therein to A. 'tkstrom, who ulllroullnuoti) operato tho steamboat Eaglo nnd other (nrtnershtp prope' 11. i formerly owned and operated I Morgan & Wlckatrom. ANTON WICKHTItOM. 8-ll-lt-w ! 16-INCH TAT J I slab vvuuu; $3.75 a cord, delivered to any j:aii c: cry ACKLEY BROS, i l'honc 45 t i osc.o4xi--c- .; XX-O-X)))-)-:.-;- v))'vvov--'. FOR SALE At a bargain; a No. Oliver typewriter, with l.'.-lnrli cnrrlcr. In nrst-cl.m condition; n 1110 machine for )75. Call ut O. K. Transfer ulllro nnd nco It. FOR SALE Freight outfit, com plcte, tonslktlr.i; of S horses and burnt.-, stretchers nnd ilialim, i No, 1 wagons; capacity of wugous, 30, 000; nil In No. 1 condition. Merrill & Son. Park stable, Merrill, Ore. .MIHCi:i.l.ANF.or.S. FOR SALE Railroad tliket, llrsl class, to Los Angvle or Knu Diego, Cal. Address I. 0 box 2r,, Lain-vluw. THE Southern I'adllc I. tin now on nalo round trip ticket In Seattle. good for sixty dayii, with privllego of stopover in nny point on routu for I2K.7D. Tho final limit on these tickets expire October 2 let. ORDER our Ice from t). !,". 'linntfcr company. I)O.X J. ZCMWtIT, I'ruildint Abstracting Maps, Plans, Blue Prints, Elc. h M. Ilcnn, Vire-I'rea. andTresi Klamath County Abstract Co. Surveyors nnd Irrigation Engineers IUkt B WiTimfw, Secretary Klamath Falls, Oregon -4-aea.AAA4AAA.-.A . ""t't't'lWHIHMOItl -:-S-4K-4)C..-.v). 4. ---,4...,,4.a..:. FURNISHED rooms und Hpnrtmcnti ut mo uaiuwin. CEMENT Imported coment Just re ceived; cnrluud Allien coment In Iron ban ola. lialdwlu llnrdwnro Co. TO LXCIIANfJi:. TO EXCHANGE California for Ore- gon; 1C0 acres dcudod land, tlllo porfr-ct, no mortgage; fruit, grain nnd cranes. For arrengo nt or near Klnin- nth Fulls. II. D. Sibley, I'. O. box Ii7, San HormTrdlno, Cal DR. C. P. MASON Dentist Mntrican Bank & Trait Co.'f KaUdlngj O. K. TRANSFER CO. K'p 11 moving; vc arc prcparctl for wtirJC Tcaniiiij;, tlraying anil forwanling. Is noT Rulinlilc antl prompt service wr.itliy ymiR A'H-'inioii? Day or Niglit. We're not a coinA N''lr phones. olFicc 871 antl 87.S die liaiN S'iy: Baggage and I'ianos are spccialmS Flight onJers lianillctl quickly No blufF iti-ppeil with llie only piano truck ImiE R astmalile rates on goods stored llfiliR Gall or phone us before placing orders. C O. K. TRANSFER CO. iv44a4..a)aa4.....4. j REFRIGERATORS i toia storage SfSfta-cw : White Ename 1 Food Chamber $21 to $24.50 J Reliable galvan ized Food Chamber $17 to ' li us ins isiiii iiiii w F WHITE MOUNTAIN i Tti FREEZER V9 AZ " thi mini. Vr LjlT v ) N. MM VMaa wL wl mmm MM mm feM kt, cr litfA "AMaMlMlMlitM AJfe KsUy hmnnmm inV 1 m nmt mtrm turn m mi 7j LA m it . Jr, J K ROBLR'I s fi m HANKSM VtoJMrtT&lataWX -"- ' mXt s rfSaSssrxss-j4jr $21 ROBERTS a HANKS HARDWiUlE MERCHANTS 'MttitsttlMltltt!!!' ; China and Glassware J Don'l )oii nnut some nice Dinner Ware, Taiiry lllie. I'lnles, Tmnblera, Jnrtlluleres, Oriiniiienia, C'IuiiiiIht Hel. M'alir H'ler. I'ri-eera ,,K, .f M nil,M.lltll for yr lionie nil Inblo v carry iuiIi iM-nutliriil Clihm na Hie llmlhiml I" Main and Kol. rlnimetl. Keti our e.tenslvo tll.ph.y. Tlie lrKe.t Mok In t, ,,y ,, t ,, (1W f(Wf GEO. R. HURN HrJSRARS Herald Want Ads Bring Results . 1 viKt ii rta,t" ?. t irtA.