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MARSH LANDS Oregon's richest soil. ARPf A1YV
THE EVENING HERALD
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TUESDAY, FKIIKUAllY 4, 1W8.
roa coukty TUAiutn
I hereby declare myself a candidate
for the nomination ol County Treaturer
on the Kcpohllrati llckrt, subject lo Hit
consideration of the voters at the pri
mary Iecllou. T. W. STKl'IIKS.S.
OR CO0NTY CUBK
I hereby announce mvsll a a candi
date for nomination on tin Kepubllcan
ticket, for County Cleric, at th coming
C. K! IIKAXDK.SIUJUO.
Preparations for the Sixteenth
National Irrintion Consrcss to
be held at Albuquerque, tf. M.
are progressing very satisfactor
ily. Col. Hopewell, chairman.
and Col. Twitchell. secretary of
the Beard of Control, aided by a
corps of efficient clerks are en
snared day and night in sending
cut all aorta of advertising litera
ture to the various executive
committemen and others promi
nently identified with irrigation
matters in the seventeen states
and territories under the Rccla
roa STATE UNATOa
I hereby submit my name to the lie
publican votera for Joint senator from
Klamath, I-ako and Crook counties at
the primary election to bo lieM April
Having faithfully represented thlt
illitrlct In the last acanion of the legls
lature, ami alnce tho sc natorahlp hat,
for this term, been conceded to Klam
ath, I again ask for the favorable cot:
alderatlon of the votera of thla Sena
torial dlttrtct. Itetpectfully,
OEO. H. MIlMKYflAN.
Harry Thaw will have to spend
some time in an insane asylum.
The jury returned a verdict of
not guilty on account of insanity
and committed the prisoner to
Msttewan. This means that
Thaw will probably be forced to
retain at that institution for
some weeks or months, after
which hs will in probability be
reraoved to a private sanitarium,
then discharged as "cured."
Looks like piling it up on poor
old Prof. Osier. Henry Gassa
way Davis, 84, is getting ready
for his wedding, and announce
ment cooes from England that
Ambaatadar Bryce will be re
tained in the diplomatic service
three years beyond the age limit
of 70 years. And then there's
Speaker Cannon after the presi
la answer to an inquiry from
Superintendent Ackerman, Attorney-General
Crawford made a
ruling of sweeping effect in pub
lic school management, for he
holds that the County Superin
tendent may remove from office
members of boards of directors
who do not supply their schools
with suitable equipment.
Plans are being laid for the
prosecutien of Harry Orchard,
the confessed murderer of form
er Governor Frank Steunenberg.
The prosecuting attorney insists
that Orchard has uo immunity
contract nnd that lie will have
to pay tho penalty for his crime.
The trial will be commenced ir
March or April.
The management of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
xures conservatively, from the
example set by Portland, that
the paid attendance at the 1909
fair will reach 2.500,000, which
will make il one of, if not the
most successful exposition ever
rot coontt saturr
I hereby announce tnyteli at a candi
date for the noinlnrtion on the KepuMI
ran ticket for the office of Sheriff of
Klamath county, subject to the decltion
of the coming prltuarr election,
W. R. BARNES,
I hereby declare myself a candidate
for the nomination for County Clerk on
the Republican tUket, subject to the de
cltion of the votera at the primary elec
tion. C. R. IWlap,
ioa cooktt niiaur
I hereby declare mysell a candidate
for the office nt sheriff lor the conaid
eratlon of the republican votera at toe
roa cooMTY aanirr
I hereby announce my candidacy for
tb nomination of Sheriff of Klamath
County tubject to the action ol the re
publican voter at the primary eltitimi
April 17th IMS. VM. MARTIN.
FOR STATS IKMATOK
1 herewith announce myself a candi
date for joint aenator from Klamath,
Lake and Crook countlee n the Re
publican ticket, subject to the decision
of the primary election.
L." V. YYILUT8.
roa coDUTT Tafaaoan
1 hereby announce my eaadidacy for
re-election to the office of County
Treasurer on tlte Republican ticket (ob
ject to the decision of the primaries on
L. ALVA LEWIS.
roa county iHtarrr
I reuieclfiillv amioum-e uotelf in a
candidate lor the olfleo l Mierllf on thej
IVmuH-ratlc tlcVxt, ruhject to tho will of
the votera at the pmuarvMrclion
II. KT. Olio. ttlHIIUl.
roa SCHOOL SUrWUNTtHOINT
1 respectfully announce my candidal")
for re-election on the llepuMlcnn ticket
to the office of County School 3uwi1ii
trudfhl, subject to the will of the voter
at the primary election.
J. tl. WIGHT.
Farmers of Moderate Means
Offered Rare Opportunity
An unusual opportunity It offered the
farmer of moderate meant to secure n
homo in the lakeside Tract loratcd on
the North th -re of Tula I jike. The
land now offered for sale coruiliU of
33W acres of Irrigable land l tnn Lrder
the, Adams canal, a part of tho Klam
ath Project, and admirably lo.-ated
along the shore of the lake. It is r.:li
ueebnuh and grata land, part of it
being in cultivation. It will be sold in
tracts to suit punhanra and on tbtis
For particulars call on or adurrit, J.
Frank Adams, manager lakeside Com
pany, Tule I.tkc, Oregon.
C D. Willwn It in the market for nil
kinds of furs, for which he will puy the
hiehnt market price. Address him at
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
We Make Little
Hut tlwro is ulwny.s
something doing at
our place in the House
Furnishing line. We
enrry the largest stock
of liouso Furnishings
in Klamath County.
See us for a Square
At the Bridge o Mala Street
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STILTS, Proprietor
Prime Beef, VeaL Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Freth and Cured Meats bi-I 8nui: 'f tl kinds,
Wo hamllo our meats In Ihn most miMlcrn way in clean
liness and urrmindliiK". Try us mid v will ha inot
h'sppy to hnv you for a customer, I'm Pellvery,
Private Dining Parlor
Oysters Served In Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
UaaMta USs Pet lie library
The Klamath Falls Public Library is
open every afternoon from 2 to 530
o'clock and each evening from CM to
10 o'clock. A cordial invitation is en-
tended to all.
Eater . . .
Who enjoys u ruce strak or flop
or rvapt hould order frvm us,
We frve our itiitomvr with the
Use 'phone tC'i. A prompt de
livery It always mad.
J. W. Hawzhurit
Vain vrcet. Near 4fe
Incorporated November 28. 1900
Statement ot Condition
of the,, ,
Klamath County Bank
Klamath rails, Oregon
PICEMBKR 31, 1907
Unnn rim! Dincutintx f 340.S30.80
Henl Hutrtto, IluildiitKn nntl
Ciuh nnd Slttlit Uxchnnue 16fl.247.fl9
Cupilnl Stock, fully
Surplus and IYoIUh
Dud Other IlnnkH
I, Alex Martin, Jr,,(.'ihlr of thv aUo.iuniMl
bank, do solemnly swrar that IIip above ttato-
i runt Is true to the tx-st of my kniw!.tlft and lllef
AI.KX MAItriN, Jit.. Caihler
Subtcribeil and surn to before mo this fitli day
of January, liftM.
(Seal) II, WlTltnovt,
Notaiy I'ublic for )rtt(on
ALKX MARTIN -ER.
AL1X MARTIN. JR.
Pioneer Bank of KUmath Basin
Governor Chiimberlain is ' in
receipt of an anonymous letter
demanding the pardon of John
Brsnton, under threat tha( unless
the convict is released by Febru
' ary 20, the Governor would meet
the fate dealt out to Steunen
berg and Brown. 4
Records show that 30.088 more
of the forsiffn labor element left
the United States through New
York fa January than came into
if The reeaarksble out-bound
naoveasent of emigrants keeps
Will the nations send congrat
iilarinrit or condolences to tbe
1" ef kymother-lii-lawT.
The Land Where Things Grow!
I i S'lfrrw t
Buy Lots in Mills Addition
Upon a Home
or Making an
You Should Chooae
Opportunity Is Knocking at
Your Door '
Pay one-fifth Caah
$10 per Month
Until paid up
and you can own
Mills Addition Lots Are the Bargain Buys
of Klamath Falls
Particular attention is called to the location with ref
erence o the Yard location of the California Northeast'
ern Railway) Depot location, the Macadam Road, Main
Canal, and soil and physicul situation that mean good
streets, splendid lawns, unfailing water supply for irri
gation,, and easy accessibility. '
It Is Tour Chance to Make Money
Call and make inquiry of A drive over MilU Addition
frank Ward, Streets will cost you nothing
Capt. O. C. Applagate, but a few moments time and
Miff Ithel McCaaley. convince you of its advantages
FRANK IRA WHITE
riftk-Straet Side Ajatrican Bank S Trait Company BnUdiag
LAND ON THE LAND IN KLAMATH LAND!!
VHeney's evidence seems to be
iisiatlyiataeferm of letters,
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