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Election of 1908
Hoglilrallon ooii, Jan, 0,
Blo tor prhnarle, April 7.
Primary Election, April 17.
figuration reopen, April SI.
Jloeea lor election, May 16,
llcncral Kli'dlon, J una 1.
lleglatrallnn reopeni Hpt. JO.
I'loee lur election, Oct, 'JO.
presidential i:icllwn, Nov, 3.
formation compiled (or the Inrtrno.
lot Ilia public I aa (olio t
reding Under InhUllvn. lnlils
petition mud have 7,4iV ilxna-
II Initiative i III loin mint 1011
anuary HI) arirutnente advocating
lute inuat ha fllc-d by IVIiruar y 3 ;
atlva ineaaurr rnuii be rlnlrl by
cretaryof lata dy Marcli 2) copies
esuree mint be mailed to voter liy
II 7; secretary nl alata mutt make
iio form nl ballot liy May 4.
Miliary l.lcctluii Candidate fur
I and district ofilce, to U voted lor
orr than oiia county, and lor clr
Hudfc and district attornayt, uinat
iltli tht aacralary of .late, at Ilia
l ol bethmlng to circulate petition,
py nl Ilia ptlltlou lur huuilnallon,
I by liliuarll, aa evidence that aaU
or la a candidate lor nomination by
artr. The vote rati by a Nllllcal
y In each voting precinct (or recre
ative in coritjreee that laal preceding
iral e'ectlort ! the basl on which
rccnlage lor petition ahall be
Bind, and need nut eiceed 10IU alg
etlllous lor nomination to bo voted
llu district comprising mure tban
county mutt be signed by at Iran
I per rent ol the elector milling In
i ol at least nne-elglith ol Ilia pre
tti In each or at Icael tfto t-ouutlee
lie dlitrlct and need not anted 600
ctllloui (or noudnatlon lor oRlcea to
tuted lor In only one county) nr die
a all be (lied with I be county
; nut lee than 16 day before the
i aet lor the primary election, Vrd
lay, April 1.
lie form of primary ballot mutt be
llfled to by the aecretary of atale by
anvaieol vote (or nominations for
i and illitrlcl oltkve mint be made
Professions! Cardf I
DR. WM. MARTIN
Offleo over Klamath County Bank
C. F. STONE
Attorney at Law
Oflllce over poitofflcn, Klamath Pall,
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney it Law
Klamath Kalla, Oregon
E. H. DuFAULT, Proprietor
Choicest of Wlnci, Liquors and Clrfara
Cutara to the letter claaa of trade, with nothing to offend
the moat critical. You'll notice the difference when you
try it. Juat the place to drop in for a refreshing bever
age when you need a stimulant I'nrn liquor of all
klnda for family trade a apeclalty
DR. C. P. MASON
American Hank A Trust Co.' llulldlntf I
lo the Public
untincnnng t'ebrurary 10, 100H, and
llnueing until lurther notice, the
Bch Kaana vlll leave the Klamath
ke Navigation Cn'a, dock at 10 a. ro.
Irokegama connecting at Keno with
Oregon A California Traneportallon
i ttagr lor rokrgama, carrying pas.
or, U. H, mall and eiprraa. tare
math Kalla to IVkegaroe, 3.M
fill line all! save you 12 mile of
lo( and from tao 'o (our houra rldr
Ir 11 roads.
W. It. lavli, General Manager.
Buy a Home I
AllolnliiK the new lalritromid. two and
one-half acres or more, beol ol garden i
laad. Two and one-half acres In equal
to elghtevn lot UHVM fret. If tlinia am
good or bad you can always make i
good living from II Trim rmtoriable,
and term eaay, Hr ,
I, JACOIIH, Owner.
Farmers of Moderate Mean
Offered Rare Opportunity
An unuiual opportunity la offered the
farmer of moderate mcana to secure, a
home In the takvaldo Tract located on
the North a to of Tulo Ijike. The
land now offered for tale conalat of
MOO acre of Irritable land lying under
the Adam canal, a part of the Klam
ath Project, and admirably located
along the ahore of the lake. It la r,:h
sagebrush arxl Kraas land, part of It
belmc in cultivation. It will be aold in
tract to ault puri'haarr ami on aatla
For particular call on or addrcax, J,
Frank Adam, manager takctlde Com. I
pany, Tulo Ukr. Oregon,
Elwood Steel Fences
Wc are in recent receipt of a carload of
the Famous Elwood Steel Fencing and
Poultry Netting in all widths. We stand
ready to guarantee every rod of Elwood
Fence we send out
Geo. R. Hum
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM V. MONG-
School of Dramatic Art
A thorough course of practical instruction in
Elocution, Public Reading and Speaking
embracing artistic execution and technical
knowledge of stage business and
. . DRAMATIC ART . .
lessons to a limited number or especial
attention to juvenile classes. P. 0. Box 281
The Cream of the Best
Old Continental Whiskey
F. F. V. Rye
Bottled Unacr the taptnrlsloa of la OovtnuMM
. . . None Better . .
Wild 10 CRIMIMS
IN TIIK COUNTY COUItT 01
HTATK OF OHF.dON
KKTATi: OF JOMCI'll
Notice I hereby Ueii Hint tlie latl
III and lc.Um.iit id JiMrph Conger, i
drceaaed, ba Icen duly proven and ad
mitted to probate and that 'olin V. I
Piemen and Chaa, ), Wlllton liao I
been duly apoliitcl aa executor thcrt- I
ol. All iTi.ona having clalina agalnat jiSajBBaBaaiBaeaHi
aid ratate are hetrliy rniictcl to pre-
acnt theaame with the proper ouchert, I VVAtdll SlfilC
within il mouth from the data ol thii ! " ' V
notice, to the unilertigneil at the r iral
National llauk In the city id Klamath t
Hated at Klamath Fall, Oregon, tbla
I3lh day id February, I KM.
Jons W. f-'iiucs. 1
.'I.UI'IU V.IKIII HI I'. It II ItON,
Klrciltora of llio la.t will mid teat'
menlolJoMph (.'oii(er, Ik-ccaard.
C. D. Willson
Wholesale and Retail. Liquor Dealer
A Pioneer Route
A Pioneer Train
The pioneers of early days, on their way to the
Pacific Coast, biased a trail acress the mountains
and plains. Although they are gone and in many
instances' forgotten, the trail is still there. But
no longer is the ox team a means of transporta
tion. The old trail is now marked by the flash of
the Electric Lighted
LUXURIOUS express train which is
now the means of quick transportation
between the East and the West. It
is equipped with fine comfortable stand
ard Pullman sleeping cars, dining car
with service a la carte, library and
club smoker observation car. No
extra fair is charged on this train'. A
first-class ticket and a ticket for a
berth art all that is necessary. Make.
reservations for berth, 'stateroom, or
drawing room through any agent.
If o at-iid it to our boa
pital nnd Me will give it
the b-l of treatment.
Our "Match doctor" I from
the "old school" and he un
Icratandi hi bulnen.
Mad order promptly at
trridi'd lo. Try u and bo
H. J. WINTERS,
Watchaukcr S Jeweler
You'll Know It
We mean Chaae A Sanborn'
Seal Brand Coffee. U'a the
beat and wo are the exclu
aive agent for Klamath
VAN RIP1R Bros.
ContrscttSgl and Jobbing
Firatclaaa Line of Plumb
ing Specialties and firt
A. O. U. W. BlllldUg
Many have been tat re
rriam about our News
into Klamath Falla have
remarked about the com
pletcneaa of thla Una of
our buainea. A ntoat
complete Una of Map.
Bennett's Feed Stable
r . g "BBHegMaeaMieaaa
Next to Martin's Mill
Now Open for Butineit
The Chute System of Feeding which permits Stock
tfettinK their fiill, has been installed
Plenty of Wagon Room
JASPER BENNETT. Proprietor
The Eldred Company
F. G. ELDRED, Manager
Saddles. Harneat and Suppliea
We make a specialty of first-class, guaranteed,
hand-made Saddles and Shaps. Our Saddles
have an established reputation.
Orders From Everywhere Solicited
YOU are the pilot of your own purse, and unless you
read the advertisements you will freqeuntly steer it up
against the rocks of high prices.
THE PRICE OF SUCCESS
There is a right way to do things. There is a large
amount of profitable business to be secured by the
right kind of advertising without increasing the fixed
The advertiser, in the preparation of copy, must
consider what will appeal to the interest from the
reader's or the customer's point of view. It will not
do simply to put down what seems to the advertiser to
be interesting, without putting it to the test of wheth
er it will be so to the public as well. It must contain
information that the public would either like to get at,
or which they could be interested in by a suggestion in
the shape of a good striking headline. What the pub
lie are after principally is the goods at right prices, so
that good descriptions should be included in nearly
Prices are invariably of interest to the customer,
and, whether the method is reliable or not, form one
of the principal means of judging of the desirability
of the goods.