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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY
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KLAMATH GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS.
THE EVENING HERALD
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HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
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DaOr, ay nun, tkra moatas. . . v . . .
Damyhf Baal), BBS BSSBtB k . T.
Mtr.'Mnrtl ir sirrler, eao week.":
' The AdasM.dredge has Salahed the
cimI and It now dyking the take
shore In front of McCornack's house
acrou the lake.
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KLAMATH FALLsy FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19. HOi.
A UTMUb DMTfXCTION'
BlaaostPotter wae.kaown aa qnlta
w aaa ouea iook oeugni in turn
lac kta humor loose oa hU associates.
kat heW! aa lastanea where the
Joke, ahaosgh alts ualatestloaal,
was a the Meaop. He waa to preach
at a esrtaia pariah la tke Weet la tke
erst, aad tke congregation waa
hot a little amused at tke somewhat
aakjeame sanouneemeat of their
worthy pastor, who said:
''Reaieaifcer oar apeclat aerrlce
meat Saaday atteraoea. The Lord
wIH ke frltk as darlag tke morning
Blahop fetter la
trip; but the moat aatbltloua aerrlce
waaSthat of writing hla message to
the neat sssslon ot Congress.
Kagese Deba aaaoaacea with hit
usual modesty that he Is a producing
vrnrklgman. The trouble la that what
ilr. Oeba produces aerer bar any-
"What doe Plachot thlak ot the
Qlavle etatemeatT" la the query of
aa exchange. Some people caa ask
auch simple queetloaa!
The more we read about It the
BrmeV becomes the conrlctlou that
when Coagreaa convenes the Insur
gents will laaarge.
Judge Osyaor waa Tammany's can
dldete. yet he aald that ke had some
dlsieuffy la lading hla way to Tam-
aasay kail. Now that ke kaa beea
elseted we are told that Tammany
will hare dlatealty la locatlag the
Judge. Well! Well! Thle la a etraage
aaeTlaeoastaat old world, after all.
M laM asedeaylsg that a eafra
gette threw that brick at Preailer
AsssJtfcv M mlasad Ma Illustrious
: kV aearly forty feet, as ths re-
wMeh la erMeaee that
wsM 'satisfy say Jury la the world
tawssaaa threw H.
I'PPKK LAKE NOTI
The Hoaee Apprspristloas
tee Is aow oa Ua way to
Wkea' Mjretaraa aad Ma report la suk
mttlissfto Csagrsss we shall doubt
less Bars mors of that dtscusstos that
la aH sa the lerel.
Newsssper aiea did Praetdeat Taft
aaaar a cental tura darlag hla famous
The steamer Hornet auak one ot
her barges Juat of the mill ahore
on Monday and the Masama auak a
barge oS Williamson river. Thensls
hapa were caused by trying to drlre
through the thla, aharp Ice. The Ice
la only aa lech or so thick, aad will
aeoa disappear If tke weatker Mod
Tke steamer Ssgls has beea laid
oftWor tks wlater. Captala Wkk
etrom kaa doas wall aad ought to
take a rest.
Tke Losg Lake people are baring
a ae lasses built., Ms Is 1 1 feet
orer all aad Moot'team; will hare a
lC-horaepowsr eaglas aad will ho a
rsry fast boat. Touag McDoaald la
dolag tks work.
Alex Noaler is bulldlsg a llgbtsr
for tks aasM eompany. It will ke
used to traaaport tke output of tke
bos factory to tke railway apur, fori, ath County, Oregon
the present st least.
Captain Brhrtow ot the Hornet eaya
lie la the bualeat man oa the lake,
tint whether Captain Parker will
atand for auch a claim remains to be
Captain Hantbury came within a
close call ot drownlag one day tatt
week. A amall boat capatied with
him, aad but for the timely aid. of
William Wllllts, engineer ot the
Hooligan, hs might hare lost hla life,
The water la rery cold Just now.
Aa additional ateam bolter wilt be
laatalled la the mill la a few days.
Thla will tire, It la thought, all the
All the lake ateamera were In port
Mouoay. The Maiama cams Insists
la the afternoon, the resembled aa
arctic whaler, harlag plowed through
many mllea ot Ice. Two or three ot
the other boata went up the lake
Tuesday through ths channel made
by, the Manama on her down trip. ,
Notice is Riven that subscriptions
will be received at the office of the
unitcrsiKiietl Company, or through
the Security Savings & Trust Com
pany, Trustee, Portland, Oregon,
tor 800.000.00 First Mortgage ii
per cent lionds of the Portland Ce
ment Company, of Portland. Ore
i;on. These bonds arc $500.00
each; will be sold at par or face
value, plus accrued interest. A
bonus of 100 per cent common
stock of the Company will be given
with the bonds, to-wtt : $500.00' of
stock with each $500.00 of bonds.
Subscriptions may also lie ten
dered through either of the follow
ing named banks of the City of
Dank or California
Canadian Hank of Commfjice
First National Hank
Hirfjinia Swings Bank
Hartma.v & Tnoyrso.v,Bankcrs
Law & Tilton Hank
Merchants National Bank
United States National Dank
or may be tendered through'
FIRST TRUST SAVINGS BANK,
Klamath Falta, Oregon.
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK. Klam-
Testing PrsMSMt at the NatUnal
Each day at tho weather bureau In
Washington the thermometer received
from various manufacturers through
out tho country are put through tho
teat of standardising them.
The various processes through which
ihe liulba pass before they are labeled
"accurate" are easy, Inasmuch as there
la practically little scleutlflc work at
tached ts the test. When a thermom
eter Is drat handed to tho man In the
testing room It Is dipped Into a vat
tiled with a compound far Mow the
freetlng point. It Is thrust In at the
point where ,lt happens to bo at tho
time and worked up aud down until
the degree of the coaipouud Is reached.
Harlog then recorded the lowest tern
peralare, the process of testing for the
highest la begun This ts Just as sim
ple as testing for the low temperature.
The bulb la dipped Into a rat of water,
first at 00 degrees. Then It Is worked
gradually until 130 degrees Is reached.
If tbfc mercury In the bulb will Indi
cate 130 degrees further teallng Is un
necessary, because that Is a tolerably
warm temperature and one seldom If
ever reached by natural heat.
A .thermometer the bulb of which
contains mercury will not register
lower than 29 degrees below tero-lhat
Is, mercury will freete at that point.
In tbl country very little use ts
found for thermometers showing more
than 29 degrees below aero, but In the
far north they are of course ucccssaar.
Such Instruments, however, contain
spirits In the bulbs Instead of mer
cury, but even Ibis fluid becomes slug
gish when 40 or W below tern U re
cordixl, nod It will seldom show 00 tx--tow.-llarper
Tho Woman's club will sorvo n gen
ulna Thanksgiving dinner In tliu
basement ot rtho Public Library on
Thanksgiving Day, Nut ember SGtli,
commencing nt 11:30 n. m. 1'rlco GO
cents. Kvenboily como and help tin
Oct your carpets, rugs, curtains,
etc., cleaned by Mongol's vacuum
cleaner; rates reasonable.
It you want jour stuff moved and
moved quick, get Itnmsuy's Kxprcss
to do It. OKlco at BUth and Klamath.
HOME REALTY GO.
A mld-elgbteeiitli century traveler,
who Is the first person known to have
made KnglUb of Ihe word "shampoo,"
wrote that "shampooing Is .an opera
tion not known In Kurope and Is pe
culiar to the Chinese, which I had once
the curiosity to go through, and for
which I paid but a trifle. However,
had I not aeen several Chinese mer
chants ahampooed before me I should
bare been apprehensive of danger,
even at the eight of all the different
Instruments." The original Sham
poo," aa this traveler's detailed ac
count and osber allusions for long
after his time 'show, waa very much
what" we call "massage" now. It was
from India that the word really came.
aad It represents the Imperative of a
verb meaning to knead.
Watt this Space for
$2,900 City residence; modern; r
choice location; beautiful Rroum'a;
tel built; bath.
$3,000 Modern Ilungalow; perfect I)
constructed; well located; constant
ly Increasing In value; n flno hoii.e
$1,600 A flno business, with unlim
ited opportunities. A good sioi.ej
maker for a lite man.
Goodrich's Cash Store
C. F. GOODRICH, Proprietor
Dealer In Dry (lootl.t, Clothing1. Shoe, Hats,
Cornets, Kuri Wall Paper
Vt Table Sail, ft" pound fr f .TS
Snap 8.P. ! ';" '" Jsto ii an
Toffee. -r Hiimd "J J" "
Tea, per Niund .....swciu ,m
Hlar 1oli.uo, r plug JjJ
i...M...kiiu. iiiu.eii. int iim -"
Hpenr Head Tutmitii, er plug
Kin-, ier "
it..iiiia tur iMtutid . , . i
... .i. .... Lt.l. i.l.rt
ttlllllHOM "I" '- I-- Its
cai Ii pm tB' ""
Violet tal, i kNgi J jj
Violet I'amako Hour .In
II. ,11.. I llala. In bulk. Ill lulids for I.IW
, iii ituiim. no iHiutida for l.ne
Hugar, r sat
liuM llu.l . .......
, ,Ne, I tie anil
. . . . . ne anil
fu rhliisMMrr In.
Hlchcst Price Paid for Hklcs and Produce
TIIK HKI KIM)XT"
OaV. Mate St.
FOR CALK MlsrrlUnrusw.
i Helping the Town
. SJBaAaHHSjgSjSJlaJ fammam taraaaat tm aVaSSSBaSSaW i SBBtaSkaav ttSMfaaass 4 gssssBgam tsatt
1 BsSBaSSBBSJBSBaaaai aaWtPaaT WeHe iV BSOTIWWJ UfUBJf WPsTV a asVaTW IV
imm m. V jrm. bMfc jtt mmwf tfaf tnm hmm m t
tapaMd 9)4W CaWaaWM, aBaaTCaaSMt aVM aaasVAjaWttVIVaV M
fmrhmm pMfit Ummf laMiam tt asiW Mn tm jm.
of KUiiuto Falli
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mmm M. ga MmwmK
. V 4 "7
I A Saving! Account
'Is a talay Say taai, a Has lasaw
WW mfcf)a'."sldl ass
ks.aas fasshastr. ttasl M as
U aria tMs kiss srer
'laasljri wasm to asast ast at srSI ass Mas
Wr Was wtoa to sass. It Is a sssssls
aaelrt jaadl kssa.M.aasV aft g
if i t
The MessuriiM Red.
Hon. Jam c. Dllklns .i
Our public splrltrd benefactor,
Jamta C. Dllklna
That old leather hearted hoc. till-
klna ..., S.ooo.OQO
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l ffco'fwUi "p,Xi,i )3' i iBAWItOriONANSA, Boasaas.prs-
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BANK OP BONANZA, Bonania. Ore
The following well-known men
are the officers and directors and
more prominent stockholders of the
fortland Cement Cempany:
Amah Masai, frtiUtml, IM-Gn. tlgr,
Casrsa's FitUmd Ctmnt C.. Dtmr,
Cl0. EM-Ctu. Up., Vmn rtlti
Ctmtrt C:. Ogitu.
Tula B. Wacas. Viu Prttidni. Ptti..
PldmmA Wlmmmimm USIli r, 0m,tl.J I
Aus. Nmut, Sttrrtmf, tmTrtt. Crtmdi Kttsearg Pest.
kmsi iMmHT ta., rrrf,ttrtg$M.
U A. Vt.vnt.AHn ft Lnctt. Ptrttni.
C W, Ntaur, rVA. Uaitn tmtUU
' Ctwutt C.. Otin.Ukt.
A. U MttXJL rrtiUAtf, twit Sttitttl
Jos. N. Test, AUwmw, PtrlUuJ.
w. P. Bnssu, Praiint, Burrill Imvtih
, mnl C-. rtrtUfi.
J. C AiNtwoBTH. rV., VtUii Slttn Nf
tit I Base. PtlUud.
W. W. CsrtSN, AHtrmtj. rtrfttmJ.
Gsa. LatrasMcs, Js. UtmMgtr Lmerentt
Hunutt C:. PtrtUmd.
Pavl C kUrss, MpfArtM lift -
mftmtt Ct Pftttmd
Wan Misss, Attmuij, Pwllmi.
Cuss. E. Lass, Pro.. UU VitH Ce.,
Aswasw C. Smith, Ptn., IlitrrmU See-
if Ml mmmt, PUM4.
w. a. uea
E.' U TNOMrsss, Hmrtmm k Thtrnftn.
'.BmMttrt. PtrtUad. ,
Teas Bkhssssov, Utugtr, PtrlUii
Ceaawrrsss ,, PmUmi,
T. W. IvturaJf, CUtl Bag.. FtrtUai
.. ., L. ft P. Ce., Orgss Citj.
Jshm C Curtam, Mr-Geesrser tilt e;
VUk. Sail UU Cilt.
Jshm rmeast, Ctikttr, Pint Ntitntl
Csosea BoMMir, Pit Ptn., Dtitril Sav
hfi Best. Sail lakt Cilt.
C LaosasT,,JVv, SMkvtUtra Ptrtlaai
Ltmtat ce., ta imitw.
O. C Buss, Catkin, Zitn'i Saviagi
Bank k Tratl C.. Sail lakt Cilt.
Taos. B. ClHlia, Pitt., Vlak-Uak Siiim
C:, Sak) Lakt Cilf. .
A document giving full particu
lafi conceraing the Portland Ce
ment Company and its bonds will be
mailed or may behad upon, applica
tion to the
PORTLAND CEMENT CO.,
6Htj6og Lumbermen Building
Taking Ne Risks.
Dentist You should bare taken gas.
as I suggested, sir. Yon would liavo
felt no pain. Vlctlm-Me take gas!
ale. wltu KQ In tuj- pocket! No fear.
Oet It orer.-IJ5ndoo Tit-Blu.
"Tnafe a well bred cslkt"
"You bet sbe Is. Never
VOn 8AI.K $850.00 Htolnway grand
piano, practical I)' near, for $700.00;
1100.00 down, balanco easy Install
ments at 0 per cent, Inqulro at "The
Oregon," Klamath Kails. tf
FOR 8AI.B Or will oxchango for
Klamath county property, small farm
In Mondsclno, near Uklah; well Im
proved; nlco location. For particulars
address II. T. HAItNKTT, Midland.
FOH 8ALB Toledo range, almost
now, Inqulro two doora north of
: Have You Had Any Trouble
With Your Heater?
No, of course not, If you have one of oar
WITH CAST LINING
That don't have to be replaced every season. They
burn for years without repairs. We also hsve a fine
line of medium snd cheap heaters st slices which are
ROBERTS & HANKS. Sii"
DON J. ZCHWALT,
Mass, ruas. Bis Mala, Sic.
K M. Bcaa,
Vke-rree, sasl Trees
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors aid IrrlgatloB Ealaecra
ItssT E Witiuciw, Secretarr
KlanaUi Falls, Oretjoi
FURNI8IIKD room for ront.Nlnth and
OUsb streets. J. II. Hamilton.
her parents publicly, no matter what imoua To ih."ti v..in i,..
tke ssttsaeles of the esse may be."-, "00,8 TO nhST Mr- 'Nlln '
iruui ruuma, lurnisncu ana
Cossom, Prtt., W. A. CttJta C$.,
A LIBEML OFFER.
Hs Kffeet Usen the Custestsr ts Whom
It Wss Mass.
A business man of Dayton. 0 tells
Ibla story of sonic commercial friends
A customer wbo bought In n small
way fronr the wholesalers ami whose
credit, waa not of tbe sort knon-u as
gilt edgd visited the city and pur
chased a $2,800 bill of goods, paying
$2,000 In cash and giving bis note for
tbe remaining $300.
After tbe transaction bad been closed
and tbe paper and currency bad cbang.
ed bands the customer said:
"Now, after a deal of tbat slxe It Is
stove, to rent; cor.
Cth and Walnut
WANTED Two or four work horses
to winter for their use, on ranch;
good feed and caro guaranteed, W. 1'.
80ULB, Klamath Falls.
NOTICK OK HAI.K OK IIKAK
In the County Court of tho Btato of
Oregon, for tho County of Klamath
In the matter of tho estate and guar
dianship of Charles Ilugla-a and
Mary F. Hughes, minors.
Notlco Is hereby given that the un.
rrac'roTr0- de?,,nea' -rdun
"We'll throw In a pair of suspen.lona Charles Hughes and
riBJef THSTeV SAViHOS BAKJC
KtaauUt ralto, Orsssa. N
KfjAafATH.COUNTT BANK, Xlaaai
ata. rwis, ortcpa.
ders," laughed tbe salesman temnorls
"A pair of suspenders, eb! Bay, qull
fooling. I really mean It. I expect you
to do something In acknowledgment of
my patronage.'' -
The salesman went to the manager
with tbe problem, and I bo mnnager
"Well, if be feels 'tbat way about It
we might encourage him a bit. Wo'U
do souMtblsg tbat ought to please hint
greatly, dive him back bis $300 note,
Make bias a present of bis paper, That
wil auks blm a cash customer and
rales Ms credit aad ears him money
Ths salesman went back, pleased to
ee us Dearer or such joyrni tidings of
iioeraiKy m dsiibiss,
"Well sir," be aald, "we've arranged
about that present, aU right. Here,"
wna a soariM, "is roar note. We give
H baek.ts you."'
Ths customer did set seem eathast
sssJc. Instead, wltheat looking at the
aota be asked:
'Oa It Isdorssdr
"Ns.", aald, tbe mIissmb la sstoaUh-
"Thea I gasas yo. better aisasse the
' saw the tisgsf mnted eas-
f hf '
Msry F. Hugboa, will sell at private
sale sn undivided one-sixth Intcrmt
each of Mid minors In and to
Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 ot section tweuty
(20); Sft ot BWVi and lots 6, 8, and
of section twenty-ono (21); Nft of
NW and lot 4 of section twenty-
eight (28); EK of E14 and NWtf
ot NE of section twonty-nlno (29),
all In township thlrty-nlno (38) south
of raago eleven nnd a half (11 H)
BW. M atl In Klamath county, Ore-
gon, containing 076 acres, more or
On or after tbe 8th day'of December,
t0, for easb, pursuant to order of
said court made and entered In tho
above proceeding on tbe 8tb day of
Datsd at Klamath Falls. Oreaon.
November itb, 1909.
Quardlans of tbe persons and os.
tats, of Charles Hughes and Marr f.
Ih-ltrr lulpml Tliaa Kvrr
CIIIHMI.KII HTII.TH llf.lHI.
ni Hrrvlre to Custitmrrs
Jal I I
MOTICi: KOIl la'IILICAIIO.V
Dcpartment of tho Interior, U. H
Und Offlco at Ukevlew, Oregon,
NOTICK Is hereby irlvnn it,,..
James 11. Hmnphrey, whoso po.tonico
address . Klamath Fall., Orcon.
did, on tho 23d day of Ai.rin iix.u
file In this oiilco sworn statement nn-i
hoHl4 of NEW, W 14 of HEW wc-
won J3, Township 37 South, lnKo 9
Wit it It'llt........ ...
..iviiu meridian, and tho
iimuor thereon, under tho provisions
f llo act of Juno 3, 1878', and arts
amendatory, known as tho "Tlmbor
sndStono Uw, nt such value a.
might bo fixed by appraisement, and
. pursuant to such amjllwiin,. ...
I And meil sl.t .. f
- "nwor moroon havn l,n
apprataod, Juuo 14, SSOS. tho tlml.o,
ostlmatod at G4?,000 board feet t
t.. per m, and tho land 1190.80;
hat said appucant must offer fln.l
Proof la ,pport of . . .,.,.
and sworn statement on ti, o.k J.
- --. united suta. Commissioner,
t Klamath Fan. o r'
a rontest at any time before patent
Issues, by riling a corroborated affl
davit In thla office, alleging farts
which would defeat ths entry.
AIITIIUR W. ORTON,
1'hono Residence III. Omce 1091
Dr. J. 1. Taylor,
I'HVNIC'IAN AN1!) nVKOHON.
Amorlcnn Hank and Trust Co. 'a Uldg.
I Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any person la at in...... ..
lea4B rasa. Oregss
Dr. Amos a OrtTM '
jA. S. O. OOTaWATH.
Ktanwth rails. Ors.
rostofflco Bldg., Seooad aU Mala Sw