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WILL SOON HAVE FREE IMSI MtSI ER EMMITT OPPOSES
DELIVERY OF MAIL
HIE HENHON IDE \
Helicine Is Imprin t li able and Would
Au<l Houses XiimtM-red Before Vuele
Result in I window tiers Paying
S.ufi Will Give tlie Service—
Sion* Instead of la-ss.
Work Should Begin Now.
soclul and commercial Interests are
entitled to respect. In order to pro
cure and hold that respect we should
maintain an attitude toward others
that we would not reject ourselves
under like circumstances.
It matters not how much money Is
expended as long as ae get % al ue re-
ceixed; but when it comes to moving
approximately one million cubic
cards of rock and dirt to drain the
Upper lake and three million for the
Lower lake. It w ill tie found that with
all the hard work of the senators and
representatives in congress we will
still be far short of the object de-
The theory is simply a myth and a
R. A. EM NUTT.
DANGER IN DELAY
E.W. GILLETTE & CO
Ividuey D ímhim - n Are loo Dangerous
for lx Inumili l ulls l'isiple io
"Won't y<ui walk into my parlor'."*
Editor Herald: In 1904 the rec
Haiti the Npiiler to llie I l>.
The time is uot tar distant when
lamation service, through the secre
” "1'1« tlie (weillcat Utile |«arlur
the city council will have to take up
Th«' great danger of kidney trou
Thai ever you iliil spy."
tary of the Interior, withdrew from
the question of placing the names of
bles Is Hint they get a firm hold be
settlement one-fourth each of four
the streets at each corner and order
fore the sufferer recognizes them.
townships an area of thirty-six
the numbering of bouses. This will
Health Is gradually undermined
square miles, in the vicinity of Keno,
be the first demand that the postoffiee
Backache, headache, nervousness,
Of c«*urtm It wits a pu tty liltle pallor, fur that
Ore., for the benefit of the reclama
department will make on the city
Spider win a wise ime wise beVoild Ills general loll
lameness, soreness, lumbago, urinary-
tions project. This order, being her
ami had furnished Ills pretty llttlo parlor at the
when it is placed in the free delivery
alded by the press to the world, cre
stori' of I-; W. Gillett«' & Co (Mung Block, Sixth
list. The receipts at the local office
Blight's disease follow In merciless
ated the impression by inference to
striH't), where he found that he could get ev«-ry-
indicate that the stipulated amount
sin cession. Don't neglect your kld-
thing that gix-s tn make n homo pretty and iiim-
all people who were not familiar with
neys. Cur«' the kidneys with the cer
furtahle ut prices that wer«> «-iislly wit hill tlm liKiin«
will have been reached when the the facts, that this land was un
of n Spider that hail to do his own diutnmltig up
fiscal year expires, and it will then be
tain and safe remedy, Doan's Ixldnev
claimed government land, and as
of business. T|i<> fulile goi-s on to reluto that this
Pills, will« li luis cured people right
up to the city to see that every street soon as the United States reclamation
particular pretty llttlo parlor was so cosy and
- her«* III this locality.
within the free delivery limits s service could Irrigate the land it
"comfy” that Nir. Flv could not resist tlm t«-mptn-
Judge W. M. Thomas of Yrt'k.i,
lion to outer, with disusi reus remili« to Mr. Fly,
mir ru. h i w miti : ri.ua i
would be placed on the market in
but to tho entire «atIsfartIon of tho Spider
Cal., says: "I used Doan's Kidney
Inasmuch as the service will not some form.
Tho story goes to «how Hint when you want to
Pills, and am glad to say that thev
be inaugurated until this condition
That there would be an opportun
furnish ti a house parlor and nil other rooms
is complied with, and as it takes n ity for homes or speculation, hun
i - jiv .- me great relief. I was suffering
if you will hie yourself to E W. Gillette A Co. you
from kidney trouble for a long time,
considerable time to do the work, it dreds of letters of inquiry were re
will llnd (lull you can furnish It complete In the
most comfortable and attractive manner, ami make
the most annoying symptom being too
is none too early for the city fathers ceived.
it so pleasing to the eye that an Invitation Into your
to be looking into the matter and
Klamath Falls is going to take Its frequ«>nt passages of the kidney se
The facts are that not one foot of
"pretty little parlor" will be sure to lie 111,-1 wit II
taking the preliminary steps neces that laud was owned at that time by place among the cities of the state cret tons. I also suffered from sever«»
pleasure. Another thing nbout this tun.1' Is that
sary tor the prompt carrying out ,f the United States. It was all in the that are lending their uld in the tight headaches and «llzxy spells. I was in
It doesn't t ike more to furul.ih the liouso <lmn it
do«>:i to build It. But you will find price« so ronaon-
their orders when tho time arrives hands of private owners, and had that is being made against t ubere li a bad shape when Ihnin's Kidney Pills
able that you will wonder why you didn't Ink«»
for them to issue them.
been from fifteen to thirty-five years. losis. This campaign has beróme were brought to my attention nnd I
advantage of It mid have all these nice things long
The character of the signs that
ago Just drop In some day nnd g«‘t their prli-cs on
The order withdrew from settle world-wide, and one of the principili
shall mark the streets is something ment the farm of the w riter which he agencies aiding tn the work Is th" and felt better In a short time. I was
all house furnishings, You will bo surprised. You
will Hod that you can afford Hint «-a»y rocker; Hint
that should not be passed by lightly. had owned for almost thirty years. sale of Red Cross stamps. The*' finally cured of the lameness In mv
now carpet: one or two of those pretty rugs or
Many cities have made the expensive
stamps are issued at Xmas time an t
This was deception No. 1.
ai t squares that you have wanted so lung to bright
mistake of purchasing street signs
en up some particular room And get the price« on
About one year later the Califor sold by the American Red Cross. Th > the trouble entirely disappeared. I
that lasted but a short time, necessi- nia and Oregon legislatures each plan is to have merchants througb- hav«> no hesitation In recommending
some of the other things that you think you can't
afford at present; you'll find (lint they are not be
tating the doing over again of the passed an act ceding or giving to the out the United States purchase them Doan's Kidney Pills to anyone suffer
yond reach nfter nil. lint that you inn afford them
work. It has been found that the United
State's all tule or marsh land nnd on each package sold to place ing from kidney complaint.”
now and not have to wait.
most ornate and durable sign is the within the Klamath project that one of th-se stamps. The Portland
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
blue enamel background with the might be drained by the Unit'd Store of his city has purchased a cents. .Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
name of the street in white. These States reclamation service.
supply of them, and every package New York, sol«' agents for tho United
may cost a little more than the less
Now. the solons of these two great leaving it - store will have on« of
attractive sign, but since they are a states no doubt gained the admira these s.ai.ips attached to it.
Remember the name !>onn‘*
permanent improvement, cheapness tion of an Indulgent public for the
The sale of these stamps In Oregon and take no other.
should not be the first requisite. They magnanimous spirit exhibited. What are In charge of the Visiting Nurses'
are manufactured by a large number is the result? They gave somethin-: association of Oregon, They are sol I
of concerns, and consequently no that they did not own, and could not for one cent each, the proceeds, after
monopoly exists and the city will be give. There are none so liberal as deducting a small percentage which
able to get them at the lowest price i those that have nothing to give. They gov's to the American lied Cross, to Itaiiitall and i'cni|H'r.iturc Illis Been
Except loua I — Precipita Hoti Ex-
consistent with first-class material.
might as well have given a quit-claim defray the expense of issuing the
reed» That of lai»l Year.
A uniform style should be followed deed to Mt. Shasta, or anything else stamps, will be used in Oregon for
in the numbering of houses. The an they did not own. The land con- the prevention and cure of tubercu
Heating Stoves, Household Utensils, Guns
Thursday night the thermometer
tiquated method of starting at o
! was all in th.-
and Ammunition, Cutlery—in
registered just 12 degrees ubove z«-ro.
end of a street and continuing witfi
chased 1,000,000 of these stamps, This was as low as the mercury fell
ds of the speculators.
tiling in Good Hardware—No
out interruption until the city limit3
and it is expected that every one of during the month of November just
;s was ........ ptioa Ni>. 2.
are reached should not be followed
and last, comes the propo
past, when on the 15th of the month
here. The more modern practice of sition from Briggs and Benson to day.
the mercury registered 12 above. Thu
Agents celebrate d Ell wood Fences
allotting to each block the numbers drain the deep water lakes, sell the
In Portland a strong effort is be hottest day during the month- a rcc-
between one and one hundred should beds thereof for actual cash value ing made to have the people have one
and everything the farmer needs.
ord for freaks and unprecedentel
be adopted, the even numbers being and apply the proceeds to the cost of of these stamps attached to every
weather- was the 3d, when the me.-
uniformly on the same side of the irrigation of the Klamath project, package, bill, letter, invitation, an
cury stood as high as 63.
street. This will enable a person to which appeals to the writer to be the nouncement or check, nnd if it meets
November, 1909, broke all records
direct strangers to the exact loca worst deception yet practiced.
with success it will give a tremen- for 23 years. This happened not only
tion of a particular number, as well
These lakes include Upper and dous impetus to the fund, and make in Klamath county, but throughout
as being of great assistance to busi Lower Klamath and Tule lakes. No next year's fight against the white
the Northwest. Floods, rivers break
ness men in locating the residence of one ot these first-thinkers have ever plague easier to win.
ing their channels and sweeping
their patrons. These- «natters In satisfied anyone yet that the beds of
Oregon, fortunately, is compara- across the fields cutting new courses
themselves are small affairs, but in these deep water lakes would be of tively free from this dread disease,
as they went, frost, snow, and record
the aggregate play an important part any value after being drained. But but with the Increase ot immigration
rainfalls are some of the new records
in the life of a city. Portland real admit that the land will be of tte the time is not far distant when it
mad>- by this eccentric month of this
ized its mistake too late for correc most valuable—did anyone ever will play as important a part in the
year. On five different days snow
tion without entailing considerable think of the damages that would ac state's deathrate as it now does In
fell, though each time but a trace1
»ense, but even now the question crue to the boats navigating the wa older and more thickly settled com
yet the mere fact that it should snow
of renumbering the city is receiving ters, the floating logs, the sawmills, munities. The time to prevent this
so frequently at this season is al
a great deal of attention from its res- the electric power, light and watei is in the beginning, and every penny
The total rainfnll
AIL KINDS OF FRESH. SALT
companies? The damages prior to given toward the promotion ot this for the month was 5.30 Inches,
drainage construction would approx campaign is that much gained over ceeding by almost 4
A SHOE STOKE FOR ALL
imate one million dollars. Success an enemy that has claimed more vic- amount of rain that fell during No
AND SMOKED MEATS
ful drainage of the Upper Klamath tims than all other diseases com- vember of last year. The greatest
If you are hard to fit in shoes, our
SAUSAGES OF ALU KINDS
lake would necessitate the blasting of bined.
rainfall for any one day was .93 of
store is the best place in town for
That In the future this city will an Inch.
a channel 200 feet wide 20 feet deep
you. In the first place we have such
for at least one-half mile through play a more important part in this
The terrible rainfall has flooded
shoes as O'Donnell's, United Work-
solid rock, besides a drainage canal campaign is certain now that a star*, many of the fields and made ponds
men, Foster's High-Grade for women
through the bed of the lake for a has been made.
there ar.d in the roads, causing a vast
They are the world's best in high
distance of 20 or 30 miles. To drain
of delay and Inconvenience to curiosity peculiar to till deer, and If
grade footwear. High tops for out-
the Lower Klamath lake would re
the farmers, ranchers and builders you happen to be riding on one of
of-doors, and a score of other depend
the plains where they are feeding, In tin- Circuit Court of the Stall' of
quire the dredging of the bed of the
Mr. Blair, who will occupy Mr. throughout the county.
able makes. In the second place, our
will circle around and around, ever
river channel from 12 to 15 feet Withrow's houseboat "Red Wing"
Oregon for the County of Kinmath.
shoe men know how to fit shoes, and
getting nearer nnd nearer in an ef
deep 300 feet wide for a distance of this winter, has been called back cast
Sult In Equity for Decree of Di
are a help in finding just what you
fort to see what you are and why vorce.
about 15 miles, besides a drainage by the illness of his father.
channel for 20 miles more.
Arthur Newby, plaintiff, vs. Minnie
There will be a Christmas tree at
If yourAdeas are hard -r to fit than
All hides are prime nt this season Newby, Defendant.
The United States reclamation ser St. Cloud. Buena Vista addition. The Nevenil Hundred Dollars' Worth
your feet, you will find in our stock of
of the year, with the perfect prime 'io Minnie Newby, the above-nam-'.l
vice is now experimenting with the Shippington people will co-operate to
Hides Airead) Brought in Illis
shoes at 13.00 to |S.OO (and all the
about February, and as hides of all
drainage ot Tule lake at the present make the holidays come and go pleas
Early in llie Season.
prices between» every conceivable
kinds are bringing a good price, those
time by opening a channel into the antly.
in the name of the State <>
shape, style, weight and leather. We
Now that the trapping season han' engaged in the fascinating sport of gon, you lire hereby required
notorious lava beds of Modoc war
have the best .-elected assortment
fame, hoping against hope, that the "Lady Vera" has been leased by the started in earnest. It Is in order to ensnaring tho unwary wood folk find pear and answer the complaint ilad
shoes in Klamath county. Our serv
water will find a subterranean pas Southern Pacific people for a board note that ihe variety of fur-bearing that they me amply repaid for all against you in the above entitled
ice is directed entirely to fitting shoe*
sage into Pitt river under a high ing house at their waterfront, during animals to be found In this section in their work.
suit, on or before the 20th day >f
to feet—not feet to shoes. We find
range of mountains some 40 miles the winter.
< xt- mdy large. Otter and mink ar
January, 1910, that being tho day
that if we look after the service the
distant. There is no other manner
I'AKE lol II molt E
of the last publication of summons,
The steamer Eagle has gone Into every year trapped around th«' var
sales take care of themselves. “ * —
by which the waters of Tule lake winter quarters. The last benevolent ious lakes in large numbers, and as
and the last day within which you are
are not satisfied, we refund your
For Colds or Ln Grippe most peo required to answer, as fixed t»y tho
can be drained, it being the lowest act. of the benevolent Captain Wick- their furs bring good prices, the tlm«'
money, Our repairing department >s
altitude of any point in the Klamath strotn was to, haul the steamer Hor and effort expenib-«! In catching these ple prefer the mild vegetable laxative order of publication of tills summon-.
the best in the state. We also sell
Basin. The prospects of success of net. end a loaded barge off a mud little fellows bring excellent returns. in "Weeks’ Break-I p-A-('old Tab If you fail to appear and answer, tho
leather, tacks, cement, etc.
this experiment is not considered flat in Agency lake.
Then through the marshes the trap: lets" to the Calomel laxative In other i l.ilntlff will apply to the court for
Ritter. Klamath's Exclusive Shoe
with sufficient seriousness to cause
out catch skunk and racoon, both (old rem*dies. Sold by Underwool
th" t.lief demanded hi said com-
A new steamer Is to he built for
Store, next door to postoffice.
the speculative price of land in the the lake trade and (.'apt. Wlckstrom having hid'-s highly valued by th«- pharmacy.
plaint Said suit Is brought to secure
bottom of the lake to rise in the mar of the Eagle I f the man who will furrier.
dlsHoiiiilon of the bonds of matri
THE CITY BEAI TIFI L
Those who hunt in the mountains
Joe Wright and family drove over mony existing between yourself and
build her. The new boat will be
The cost of draining these lakes feet over all, and 14 feet beam. She bring ba< k as a result of their win from Ashland, where they have been plaintiff.
In North Yakima the women have
enlisted in a war against unsightly would more than probably cost more will be a stern wheeler of about 100 ter's work fishers and marten, sliver- residing, and will make their resl-
Tills summons Is published In tho
billboards, unclean streets and the per acre, counting cost of construc horse-power and be used exclusively tipped though these are very rare
dene«» In this city In the future. Mr. Klamath Fails "Republican," it week
mid cross fox, coyotes, black bear, Wright, is a brother of Mrs. George ly newspaper printed and published
r,tter of vacant lots, Without aval' tion together with accruing damages, as a tug.
men have protested at various inter-' than the present cost of Irrigation of
nt Klamath Falls, Oregon, by order of
For some months past we have bobcats, panther nnd lynx in nbun- Luttrell.
vals throughout the country against the dry land. Instead of a surplus, been anxious to'locate the bull calf dance. There arc still left up on the
Honorable George Noland, Judge of
Superintendent salil Court, and dated December 6th,
these outrages and the other delin we would be confronted with a de that chewed the skirt off our last higher ridges a few of those timb'-i
quencies of municipal housekeeping, i ficiency.
shirt, but we are much surprised to wolves which formerly hunted In tills J. G. Swan attended the school meet 1909; the first publication to bo made
Theories are easily formulated, but find that said calf is connected with vicinity In large bands, killing the Ing In the Plevna district, five miles on the 9th day of December, 190»,
but women are infinitely better fitted
than the masculine portion of human practical construction requires money the Express in the capacity of Ship deer and cattle. In th«- fall these old south of the city Wednesday. At the and the Inst publication thereof on
ity for the handling of a crusade and muscle. The writer admires le pington correspondent. Most every- marauders follow the deer across the meeting the board voted teseli bonds the 2Oth <lay of January, 1 » 1 o.
against the general unsightlire.-s of gitimate advertising of the pros one knows that all kinds of cattle hillH to the lowlands near the coast, mid build a now schoolhouse.
HENHON Ä STONE,
coming back in the spring as the dv<-r
these nuisances. Woman’s sphere pective resources and opportunities chew their cud, but
Attorneys for 1’lnlntlft.
again turn toward the mountains. On
The Eady MaccaboeH gave a dunce
extends beyond the home and the of the country, but most strenuously "TIs said if bovines young or old
this side of Ihe Cascades the d<-<-r are , in the Redmen liall Wednesday even
bridge club and they are the ones to. opposes deception or false inferences.
A FEW BARGA INH.
Should chance to lose their cud
mostly blackiall, while cast of the! ing which was well attended and very
organize and conduct the work of At the present, this locality is In ex They'll always after locoed be,
Flvo lots, slgn.ly location, 31500.
mountains the mule deer roam and , successful In every way. After the
beautifying this city, for they are tlm treme demand of a class of people
And don’t see as they should."
feed up through the ravines nnd In i dance an excellent supp--r was served Can loan |750 cn the deal.
expert housekeepers and master? 11 who will procure small home farms
the forks of the rivers. A few mono-|
A nlco cottage with bath, largo
and employ their whole time, force
housecleauers, and understand.
and energy to procure the best pos
The moi ling of Ilio Masons, which lot, $1700. A good buy.
Thanksgiving tain sheep are still left, but these are
A large residence, fit« lot, 33 500.
William Dean Howells deciares sible results from each tract. We proclamation declared: "We have now protected by law, as are the was (ailed for Sunday afternoon, De
Three cottages on three lots. Room
that the sense of humor is more fully are already over-burdened with a lived in quietness.” But that was great bands of antelope which range comber Sth, has boon postponed until
developed in England than in Amer class who were attracted by decep before C«x»k and Peary arrived or a(ross the plains. These deer are Sunday, December 12th, on account incugh for another cottage; 32250.
ica, and a sarcastic editor remarks tive inferences and arc in search of a Jeffries and Johnson decided to wear swift of foot, and can outdistance the of th< Elk'H memorial services.
MASON A 8LOUGH,
tliat if corroborative evidence were “something for nothing" proposition each other out before the big match old cowhorse and leave the swift
required, this statement would seem
"Dry town," thought, the old-timer
Commercially this county is now by talking about what, they could and ’ coyote hound far behind. Restless
to supply it.
entitled to appear on the map. Our would do to each other.
mid wary, they still have that terrible ns he waded across the street.
Sixth St., Hang' Block
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4* Dependable Hardware
GEO. R. HORN, the Hardware Man 44 4
City Meat Market
MEISS & ARMAND