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Delivered . .
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Wa have everything you
aaal tar that Sealagrlp:
Maak, Use, rooa, reels,
feaalrMa. ate. Wa rmt
Mar, guaa aad &mpltt
THCUN ; STOIE
M A.. aacobeBUc.
aaa turn at. '
ILAIATI MtlAL CO.
ReaerVHay&er, Fuasral Direct
or, foraerlf ot toe Aagalaa.
Meat MwaJaJiai Chapel
Lady Attaadaat. 'Pbone 1113
OX Daa't thlakt la aeces
aary to bur tboaa aold undur
aa Eastern Jobblnj kouaa trada
aurk Have a gaaraataa from
aaarar bona. Wa sail the
aad guarantee them absolute
lr Should they fall abort of
what wa clalai tbam to ba, Jbe
arr Beat, Wa will gladlr re
faad your Money.
Tba . A W brand on every
kUd of groeerlee that are
worth whlU. 'i
Van Rtpkr Bros.
AfMatft ftf ChMO a
aad Co eat.
Should place their
next ordar here
Otir Motto is to Please
rhoae lost. , , 6e and Mate
Why, It U about ai durable aa
anything on tbla eacfh. Quoting
from bulletin 100. Issued by the
Iowa State College'ln 190S we
flnd "a white pltte homemade
alio erected la 1194 n visited
and found to bo giving food
errlce. It was apparently good
for a number of years yet."
Tblnk of It, IS years old and
used In a silo. In another in
stance we were shown a recent
photo of an old Cngllsh block
house on 3s n Juan Islands In
I'uget Sound, built In 1860. on
which the red cedar shingles
are npparently as food as when
laid. Hut If you are hesitation
about using wood for your
home there are plenty ot Illus
trations as to Its durability
right here at home. Houses
built before yoti were born are
still, food. Don't be fooled
about first costs come In and
see our lumber and talk it orer.
Their'n So llace Mke Home'
SivHfe Bros. Liaier Co
6th St. atfcP. track
- FOR --
- ONLY -
In basement of I. O. O. K. Tem.
pie. Bowline, Billiards, Peel,
Card llooma. Heading Ilooms.
Private Sitting Itoom for Itc
Visiting Brothers and Sisters
Everything in Music at
Kliaith fills Music Hoise
Bole RpretBtatlve of
HHERMAN CLAY CO.'S PMNOS,
the 8TEINWAV, aad other LeaAlag
Piaaoa, Ala the Famous BAI41
WIN PIANO. Olber make at mod
erate prices. Tula and Repairs.
OUVBB TYPBWRITBR AND
VIoraK TAUtlNfl MACIUNIi
Booha, Stetllesjr-rr and Plctarea
Two Doors Eaaa. of the PoatoMco
R. MAMRlll Propriater .
THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH, Editor and Proprietor
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KLAMATH PAt.IA. . OHKilON
WKDNKSDAY, .MAY I, tttttl
SURVEYORS LEAVE TO
FIX iRCTIC BOUNDRY
Will Kill Tholr Park AnlmaU Wlion
tlio.l.lur l Complrtitl to the North
ni Ocvan. a t't Woulil Ho Too
(irvat to Itoturn Tlirwt
SKATTI.K. May 1. A party of
L'nltcd State surveyor under Thos.
HIrKI. nnd a similar body of Cana
dians under J. 1). Craig sailed Monday
from Seattle and Vancouver, respec
tively, for Hkagnny, Alaska, where
they will meet nnd proceed to tlio tun
dra-covered plain liardurlng the Arc
tic ocean, to mark tlio last tlilrty-ile
miles from the summit of Mount St.
Kllas to tlio Arctic ocean, the boun
dary lino follows tin) Hist meridian
All of this 600 miles las been
marked with brontc posts four miles
npart except the north 35 mile and
the south SO miles. Tlio surveyors
who will stake the southern SO miles
between Skolal Pass nnd the peak cf
Mount St. Kllas sailed for Cordovn
March 17th. Their work will be on
The engineers who sailed Monday
will go by train from Skngwny to
Whlto Horse, then walk on the Yukon
Ice to Lower libarge, where the Ice
Is expected to go out about May 10th.
They will descend the Yukon on the
first steamer tn Hanson, and there
transfer to a steamer which will con
vey them to Itampart House, the old
Hudson Hay trading post on tlio Por
cupine Rlrcr. Then with horso pack
trains, tho engineers will Journey to
their field of labor.
When the work Is completed tho
fifty-five strong horses of tho pack
trains will be shot, for It would cost
more than they are worth to brlim
them out; If turned looso they would
starve, nnd tho Ksklmos could not
LA FOLLEnE WILL COVER
Announcement Ha Been Moilo of the
Itinerary o( the l'rogrehr Itepuu
Mean Candidate for 1'imlilriit for
tlio Next Two Week
United Press Servoco
LOS ANCKLKS, May 1. Senator
La Kollett's Itinerary for his Central
and Northern California campaign Is
announced as follews:
May 1, olenitis. Sacramento; May
T, morning, Maryavllle, evening, lied
Bluff; May 3, morning, Tehama, af
ternoon, Colusa, Willow nnd Yolo,
ovcnlng, Woodland; May 1, morning
llosovllle, afternoon Auburn, evening
Stockton; May C, morning, Hnnford,
afternoon, Merced, Madera, Modesto,
night, San Francisco; May 7, uftor
noon, lllchmond, Port Coitn, Marti
nez, Antioch, Llvermore, Nile, night,
Hanta Host; May 10, Napa, Ht.Ielonn,
Callstoga, night, Oaklaml; May 11,
Senator Lu Follettu will return to
I os Angoles May 13, speaking In half
a dozen Southern California cities
during tho day, and closing his Cal
ifornia campaign with n night speech
at San Diego.
(jLitTitUDi: tk :
New Arrival In fetcXlng tailored
hats. Theso nrn correal In overy do
tall; ono of u kind. Theso aro ox
elusive stytai and nnfical to women of
oKivrniiuK & co.,
Cor. Fourth nnd Pine Streets.
"Doan's Ointment cured mo of ec
zema that had annoyed mo for a long
tlmo. Tho euro was permanent."
Hon. S. W, Matthews, commissioner
of labor statistics, Augusta, Mo.
Are you Interested In IfLAMATH
COUNTY T If o, see tk Stephen
Hunter Ttealty Co.v Thy havo aorai.
Tempi,, theater, Mstinee dally, 2:30
p. m. Evening, first iierfonrmncii,
7; 16, continuous.
, 44 Malmtit.
I'm-le Sam Would Mhm or a lrgi'
Quantity of Itmnii tlunpowtler Se
rurvd During the War With Hwln
ill Itargnlti Price
Putted Press ServUo
WASHINGTON, May 1. Many
bundled jears ngo the advocates nil
vised that swords be turned Into
pruning forks, but It has remained
for Uncle Yarn's ordnance department
to hit upon the plan of using gunpow
der for fertlllier.
During the war with Hpalu large
nunulllles of brown gunpowder were
purchased. The explosive Is now of
mi value ror mllltaty purpose, and
for several )ear the ordnance, do
parnmelit has been trying to Mud
somu method or getting back part of
the money expended In this purchase.
Small iunulttlt of poudvr will be
submerged until It N solt enough to
spread over fields nnd experiment
will bo conducted to see It It reully
aids In the growth ot crops. If It Is
a success. Uncle Sam will dispose ot
the gunpowder to farmers at a bar
gain price. If It falls, the powder
will be taken out to sea nnd dumped
Oreat iiiiautllle of bltck powder,
purchased In 1 S 0 S , have been uned
for tiring salute and as Ignition
charges. Itut the brown imwiler Is
dead stock, experts sny, unless It
proves n success as n fertlllier.
WILL SPEAK SUNDAY
Mrs. Jackson Sllbaugh of Seattle
national organizer and lecturer of
the W. C.T, t. Is scheduled In give
nu address In Klamath Falls at the
Methodist church Sunday evening on
"The City's Welfare." Other meet
ing nre to be held during The day,
but nrrangemtnts nre not fully com
pleted ns tn place. A special Invltn
ttou I being exleudnl to the buslncsi
men ot tho city to hear Mrs. Sllbaugh,
particularly her address on Sunday
Mrs. Sllbvugh Is one of the best
speakers sent out by the National W
C. T. P. Slio Is the wife of a prom
inent Seattle lawyer, and her close
association with her husband has giv
en her a legal knowledge of tho tem
perance question that Is not equaled
by any one oMIio spoaknr to bo se.
cured In Oregon. Shu was onn of a
dozen persons who secured by per
sonal Investigation the knowledge of
conditions In Seattle, which finally re
sulted In tho recnll of Mayor dill.
Mrs. Sllbaugh organized tho women
for-the election, and was one of tho
election oirictir, thus giving her a
special Insight Into that great strug-
glo for civic righteousness.
Mrs. Sllbnugh spoko irt Merrill Inst
Sunday, and on Tuesday she went tit
Ilonanzn, where meetings were UcM.
Come lu nnd seo the now sprint;
style at Mr. Illanclie Kemp' milli
.V'TICK OF HHKIIIKF'H MALI: OF
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for tho County of Klam
Tho San Francisco llrow cries, Limit
Paul Muglcr and Helen Mugler, De
fendants. Under and by vlrtuo of an order of
salo and docreo of foreclosure iMtieil
out of tho circuit court of tho county
of Klamath, state of Oregon, on the
J 5 tli day of Apfll, 1U12, In the nbovo
entitled action wherein tho San Fran
cisco llrcwerles, Limited, tlio above
limned plaintiff, obtained n Judgment
and decree ngalnst Paul'Muglcr and
Helen Muglcr, defendants, on tho
2.1 III day of April, 1913, which said
dcrreo was on tho 33th day of April,
Hi 12, recorded In tho Judgment Lien
(look of tho said court at pagu 83,
Vol. 2; 1 am commanded tn sell all
that certain piece, lot nnd parrel of
hind sltuato In the county of Khun
nth, stato of Orogon, tn-wlt:
Lots twelve A. (12 n.) nnd twolvo
I!. (12 h.), block seven (7), In Hall-
i mid Addition to tho city of Klamath
Falls, according to tlio duly recorded
plat thereof, on tlio In tho olllco of
the county clerk In Klamath county,
rtata of Oregon.
Nntlco Is horehy given that on tlio
2 Uh day of May, 1012, nt 2 o'clock
p. in. of said dny, nt tho front door of
tho county court 'house. In tho city of
Klamath Falls, county of Klamath,
stato of Oregon, I wilt, In obdelcnco
to said order of snlo and execution In
fcrecloHiiro, soil tho nbovo described
property or so much thereof as may
ho necessary to - satisfy plaintiff'
Ji'dgmcnt with Intorcst thereon nnd
costs, to tho highest and best bidder
W. B, IMIlNEfl,
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
NOLAND A CilANi:, Attorneys for
CHINA FIRST COUNTRY
TO AD0PT SOCIALISM
TliU I- the PriMlMlon of Dr. Hum
Ynl Sen, the liHIgator of Iteront
t'lilnev ItevoliilliMi See Bright
I'uhire for 1 luil t'ouutr)
I tilted Press Servlre
HIIANtllllA, China. May I. -That
China will bo the first mini try lu tlo
world to adopt socialism, n'liil that the
complete pacification or the new re
public Is near, was dt dared today by
Dr. Sun Ynl Sen, tlio Instigator of the
recent (Mi I none revolution, and for
)ears one of China' fotetnofl pio
".l) life's work was lint ievnlu-
linn," declared Dr. Sun Yal Sen
"That Is accompllslieil. China Is
going to bo the llisl rouutry to ndopl
socialism. Social reform U my life's
work from now- on Tlio people must
first bo enabled to live. Industrial
development will have to lead The
railroads roueitlng the Interior pro
Nlliren with the ports and steamship
Hues aro the Initial requirements
All Industrial enterprise will be
started with private funds, and after
n period of yenr will bo turned over
to the government. Laws will be
framed lu accordance with this plan
"The revolution Is complete. The
country will soon be pacified There
Is no reactionary movement The dis
turbances aro only sporadic, a few
soldier getting out of hand. The
Chinese abroad are anxious lo employ
their wen I id In home enterprise now
that they may have I lie protection
which the Mnnrhu government never
END OF ONE HUNDRED
JOIIANNCSIU'ltll. May I r The
jTwelfth tloyal l-niiceis now stationed
.near here, are looking for want with
jmiicli satisfaction to tlio end of tho
,10V years' punishment l u (lifted upon
the regimtnt In 1515. In that )enr
during the war wllh Spalu.t he Id ii-
cers urofce nun nnu uescrruieu n men
nulerv Whim I lie Duke tif Wrlllnc
, tun heard of the Incident ha decreed
that for 100 )ears, ns an expiations
tho reglinvutal band must parnde ev
cry night at 10 o'clock and play fivo
hymns, tho Spanish national anthem.
the llusitan national nnlhem, the vo
per hymn, the I'rlnfo of Wales hymn
and thu Cugllth national anthem.
Kver shire the order has been faith
fully carried out.
HpciUl Thl, Wee Children's lull
llnery, nearly inoVdlfferent style to
seleci""rrui thovery prctllrtt we
could find lnNe York. At prices
ti.V in Aio.oo
Impure blood runs you down-'
makes you an easy victim for organic
dlaeaies. Murdoch Mood Hitler purl
ne win uiooii cure inn cause -
build you up.
.IDMI.MsTltATOK'H .VOTK.'K UK
I.NTII.NTIO.V U) IIKHKI.V
In tlm County Court of the Stato of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the; Kttnto or S. W,
Notice Is hereby given by thu nil
dcrslgned, who I now ncllug n ad
mlnlstntor of tho estntn of S. W. KIN
gore, deceased, Hint tin will, on tint
unlay, tho lfilli day of .May, 1912, nt
10 o'clock n. m., lu tho our I room of
said court, In Klamath Falls, Oregon,
tender his resignation ns such ad
ministrator to the lionoMlilu judge o(
thu nbovo-enlltlcd court; and nil iir
sons Interested lu snld estate urn
hereby notified to appear nt said tlrinl
and placn nnd ninkn thrlr objections,
If any they have, In writing, In tint
nccoptnuce of said resignation.
Dated this IStli day of April, 1913
11. II. KILdOIti:,
Administrator of Citato of H. W, Kit
gore, Deccasid. 1920-3-10-I7h
Block Wood ,fe $3.51 Load
Dry Slab Wifod ".nV,6 $. Cd
i" 4ft $.3 Cd
Limb a id Body wood
4ft, liin 121n
vLcavl orders at
Phone 871 N.
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H. J.' VINT1SH8
Just received. A fresh fictory shipment
of rubber and cotton IrOse.' Two selected
grades of rubber-4 ply and 7 ply, both
fully guaranteed" Also an excellent quil
Ity of cotton hate. No year old stock, ill
this year's output. Prlcea right-no high.
than thai of Inferior goods.
A Clean Scalp
Many of your friends havo found that n liuuilamf xrosik of
Imlr- soft and glossy and a sralp frro from dandruff, will rwh
from tho usu of
This Is the procedure
Wash tho hair with warsn. rntrr and n pure soap rlBst taw-iiiiKhly-
ruli tho scalp with n stln brush apply lllrsulonc rsk It
lu well and dry tho hair before combing.
fleam understand that lllrs'utoiin Is not merely a hair sik
It Is n tnnln - n food.
While It thoroughly rlrrtitM-, ll nlo prrvriil bac
terial iirllon nourlhe nlxl llitililalr the root, of the
Imlr iriooveit nil ilanMniT prevents lis nliitii ad
vireervi' the natural' beauty and color of the lislr.
NHl's lllrsutone shoutd bsim )our dressing table.
It si'Msnl SO rent nnd I LP1' the bottle.
UX3VM W O O 1
done , '
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Fint clan work
at low prlcei
rm- .t TlB a-k .
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saaiiBLrr v ,...
in-r'aay np wlihout lisih, aij.
......i .,M,iie, in l'f h n,
Of Interest lo all im0 i0MM
nrolilegtlfulliere Not gj
do vvf,uw n ai.t4 "'
f Hamia, Vlnllhs, M.ndoui
L'latlonelles and d.riiru Q
sfo aro iilxi pi.rci. l0' . '
filati iiiHtrli.K, llrlJK...D ' '
llwrp and utlivr parts,
t Two Cli'rliiiiellrs, ' allhllr
used, less III 11 11 Wlml.1,1,, 0 '
Comet, 112 r.n i:ut.t tluit lri
nt 11 bargain
AMI after llanrr' Ottr,
With laughter, fun sad Jots,
Let's drink a cup of coSm,
And blow a cloud at ssmiV
You ran do this llh ImpH
Ity when you dins st tbs rsUcs.
After serving you a ll cooks!
dlatior th tho chutrest eissls
tW treat your friends ltk, t
sill serve uu drllclaus rets
nnd a cigar, wlim frifrtaM
will linger In your mtSMrf i
"like the vass lu Mck rots
hava once been illitllled.'
Till: PALK tlHIIX
And Healthy Hair
I'LAYI.NO A hTAIt WSJr
lu all homes Is ouy4P"
plumbing work and Mh I"
filxtiires. Tliny aro icorlni 1
resses uvcryttliKrnd no loa
der. Wo evorirfo the WM
rare and skillfull MrJbM
iiiiilarlnki'.iislng ! r'f
iiintcrliiUnnd devoting pwP'
time. tll. All our iUW
romo ftoin the leading msks
X f K. V. Oreeley
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