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MONDAY, FKBRUARY 24, 1908.
One of the neatest and 'bright
est little daily papers in the state
is the Evening Herald of Kla
math Falls. It is an able expon
ent of that wide-awake, thriv
ing little city. -Drain Nonpareil,
The senate has removed any
obstacle that the government
might .of feared in its efforts to,
sue the Harriman road system ,
for the recovery of valuable min-,
era! and timber lands. That,
body, without a dissenting voice,
adopted the resolution presented '
by Senator Fulton of Oregon,
authorizing the attorney general
to take such legal action in the
limner, u ia uccmcu kvcni; j
to enforce the right of the
W. S. U'Ren wants to run for
Republican nomination for Unit
ed States Senator on a Statement
No 1. platform. Senator Jona
than Bourne, of course, will be
U'Ren's backer, providing U'Ren
enters the race.
' s you twrch th bobbin wi th
Bfo.- you nJ II k)wrj with a)rk?
Mow IIm ilUbolo ta you (t th tnlnt
Last nUht I practiced for an hour or to
Until a different o(oplnlon ltd
To th dlabolo akulklnf In blow
t caufht It twite-one oft my looking
And one It cot ntanild with my n
W'r ndtn( thre utw maiAl in my
I could adrnlr th creature' rcful
Did It rvr with lM unholy fit;
I can't forglt It cowardly aulta
Ar not It faaclnatlon rooally ham?
Do Ha aponnt nally Rnd th tun
Worth all th 1 of ttmptr and tb dam.
Kat tar II nam will b analhtma:
Th prMnt cry will In a month or o
B changed to "Au dlabl with Ua
bold!" -Ulaaavw H.ralX
Wladtm f th Young.
Va T 'VT -I- -i: SaV -..
Jmi't yer wUUt )r wu
a ival bors. so ir could nr
' illtvr plated barura lutead of ilea
A quarrel has already resulted , old trumr-Sew Vork World,
from the recent rich gold strike J Man PropotMi W(man Dlip0iii.
in Nevada. Edward Miller and . so." uu tbe gin with tii rrricr
20 friends, barricaded behind al " ". ' " rw wife.
uwinviH , ,' f , ' I COUragetEeut."
are defending their rights to a I "Encouragement," cbutl tbe j-uuug
man, wbo waa too denae to real Ire that
b nail won by loalng. "WhJ. even four
father tbluka It all aettledr
"How do you know be doeat" iue
rled tbe cbllljr fair one.
"Became." cxplalued tb youug mau.
"be tried to- borrow tuouey from tue
laat week. Chicago Newa.
lease on the Litigation claim on
Ballon Mountain at Rawhide.
Opposing them are Miller's five
partners and a hundred or more
When Fulton returns from
Washington next month he will
probably make things interesting
for Francis J. Heney and it is
rumored the Senator may resort
to Heney's practices and tell a
few things about the past career
of the prosecutor. Fulton will
leave Washington in about three
weeks and when he comes to
Oregon, he will reply to the
charges made against him by
Ex-United States Senator,
John C. Spooner, of Wisconsin,
has been engaged to defend the
Southern Pacific in the Oregon
and California land-grant suits
to be brought by the Department
of Justice. When a member of
the Senate, Mr Spooner was
known as one of the best consti
tutional lawyers in the United
After making a trip covering a
period, of exactly foir months,
during which time he traveled
30,000 miles and was on the
water 105 days, United States
Deputy Marshal John F. Kerri
gan returned to Portland Friday
with Horace G. McKinley th3
fugitive land fraud defendant
Judge Wolverton will pass sen
tence on McKinley on February
Th Artiat'a Way.
D'Auber Of course not erery on
can to an artut. One must bay to
aginatlou to draw.
Crittlck Yea, I notice that fuott ao
called artUt In talking about tbeui
aelres draw on tbelr linaglnatlooa ,a
great deal. Catholic Standard and
Th Reaien of It.
"What do you tblnk. Georger began
airs. BUIea. "I dreamed laat nlgbt that
I wai In a box party at lb opera
MAh," exclaimed bcr buaband, "that
xplalni why you were talking ao loud
In your aleep." Philadelphia Presa.
The American Car, in the New
York to Paris automobile race, is
still in tbe lead being closely
followed by Jhe French car. In
Indiana big snowdrifts were en
countered an4 the, farmers turn
ed frnt 'and shoveled snow for
miles, to help the American car
get through, i.
Jonathan Bourne and Mr.
U'aen .are making a great fight
forstatement No 1, but would'nt
it be well for the people to vote
for ia man in, whom, they have
Um. fullest, confidence, rather
than one who has tb be pledged.
It tis just possible that our
oflaUala may have something
equally as iasportant to do, as
voting fgrU. S. Senator.
"Waiter, what kind of a atcak waa
that you Mired m juat now)" de
manded tb dlaaatlifled gueat.
Well done," responded tbe waiter,
with a low bow.
"H'nit Do you mean m or tb
Th Other Sla".
Landlady Ar you ao particular
about having a quiet room becana
you aleep la th daytim?
De Toot No, ma'am. I practlc on
tbe flute several hours u day, and any
other sound Jars on my senalttv aoal.
A Fin OIertln.
Colouel Coltes-Whydld Majab Blu
meadow withdraw from tb conven
Judge Illlldew-II aald h waa
afraid If be remalaad h would shoot
omething be would aftabwahds r-gret.-Puck.
Hr Real Purpas.
"I'm afraid," said th anxious mots
r, "your nr gown will b too expen
sive to pleas your husband."
"Ob," rejoined th young wife, "1
didn't get It to pUas him. I got It to
worry other women." 8t Louis Re
public. Too Wis For Him.
,. "Dars a Qeorgy mul froa up In d
Don.'t lt biat fool you," aald Broth
er Dickey, "H wants you tor com
doit toTiVter b i, b kin kick
yoo rr blata."-AUanu CoaratatUB. '
i r. HsJ ReMen.
"W ar going to put all tb grafter
lavjall." .declared tb procutor.
"But why ar you ao slowr
"Bay, you wouldn't deny us th
pleasure of anticipation, would your
Tx you prefer coins without not
"Ym," answered tbe struggling citt
an. "irs a good Idea. Infinitely
Iteferabtejtojaottoea without ooiB."
Election of 1908
ItivUtratton oicin, Jan. .
Cloae (or irlmattos, April 7.
Primary KlectloriK, April 17.
HegUlratlon reopens, April SI.
Closes lor election, May IS,
Ueneral Klectlon, June I.
Keglatration reopens rVpl. SO.
Closes (or clrcllon, Oct. SO.
Presldrnllal Klectlon, Nov. 3.
Information complied (or (lie Induc
tion o( the public Is as Mloi:
I'roceedlugs Under Initiative. Initia
tive petitions mint liave 7,403 tlgna
turr! Initiative) petitions must Iw tiled
by January .11; arguments advocating
uieaaurea muni be fllnl by FelmtaryS;
initiative mraturva must lx prlntel j
the secretary ol state by March 2i coptev
o( measures must I uialleu to voters 'oy
April; secretary ol state musi make
up the (orm ot ballot by May 4.
Primary Election Candidate (or
state and district offices, to be voted (or
in more than one county, and lor cir
cuit Judge and district attorneys, must
lite with the secretary ol state, at the
time ol beginning to circulate petitions,
a copy ol the petition lor nomination,
Ignril by liluiwll, as evidence that said
elector Is a candidate (or nomination by
hi parly. The vote cast by a political
party In each voting precinct (or repre
selitatlve In rnngre tliat latt preceding
general e'ection Is tbe basis on width
the prrcentsgo (or petitions rball lie
counted, and need not exceed UXJOslg
Petitions lor nomination to ! toted
rarmers of Moderate Meanft
Offered Rare Opportunity
An unusual opportunity is offered th
farmer of moderate mean to secure a
home In th Lakeside Tract Wated on
the North sh'r of Tul Uk. The
land now offered for sale conalsta of(
3S00 acres of Irrigable land lying under
the Adams canal, a part of the Klam-1
alh Project, and admirably located
along the shore of the lake. It la r.:h
sagebrush and grass land, part of It
being In cultivation. It will be soM Ir
tracts tb suit purchaser and on satis
For particulars call on or address, J.
Frank Adams, manager Ukesld Com
pany, Tule Lake, Oregon.
East End Meat Market
CRISLER S STILTS, Proprietor
Mne Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Fresh and Cured Meats and Sausages of all klmlt.
We handle our meals In the most modern wny In rl-nn-lines
and surrounding. Try us and we will Iw iint
happy to have yuu for a cuatomer, Frio Dcllwy
To the Ladie5
of Klamath Falls
All Intrrcetexl In fine Chins, t would
cordially Invite to rail at my studio,
Tuesday and Saturday afternoons, to see
my new Una ol white China and studies.
Orders lor welding and birthday pres
ent solicited. Instruction given In
China painting. Firelng very reasona
ble. Ma. A. H. Wamox,
With Mrs. Ida. Hubbard oi I'm
street. 1'bone 7S1.
Buy a Home
A Ijulnlng the new lair ground; two and
one-hall acre or more, hel ol garden
laml. Tarn and one-hall acrra U equal
to eighteen lots WxVM (ret. II times are
goiNl or ld yui ran always uiak a
t ii. i.. . f...... i. it. i ....... i.i..
(or lu district comprising .mure than "'"" """ " " ' "" "-""-""
onecountv must be siitne.1 bvat Ira.t '"" ternie-y. S-
two per cent o( the elector residing In
each o( at least onr-elghtli ol the pre
cincts In each or at least two coimllr
In the district and need not esceed COO
Petitions lor nomination lor olllcea to
be voted lor In onlv one cniinlv. or ill-1
trict, shall be (tied with the -unity
clerk not less than 15 day Moru the
date set lor the primary clrcllon, Wed
nesday, April I.
The (orm ol primary- ballot must be
certified to by the secretsry n( slate by
Canvass o( votes lor nominations for
state and district office must Iw made
by May '.'.
I. JACOIIS, Owner.
MTKC TO CMMTORS
IN THE COUNTY COUUT OF TIIK
STATE OF OKF.GON Folt KLAM
KhTATE OF JOSEI'll CO.NUEIi,
Notice Is hereby given that the last
till and testament ol Jiweph Conger,
deceased, ha la-en duly proven and ad
milted to probate and that John W.
8ivmena and Chas. I). Wiltson have
been duly appointed a eiecutor there
of. All persons having claims agalnut
said estate are hereby requested to pro
sent the same with the proper touchers,
within six months from the date ol this
notice, to the undersigned at the First
National liank in the city ol Klamath
.Dated at'K'atnath Falls, Oregon, this
I3lh dsy ol Felirusry, 1V03.
John W. fiWKn,
2-1J 5-il CuskLks D. Wiluok. :
Executors' ol the laat will and testa
ment of Joseph Conner, Deceased.
Loose Cattle and Horse
Warning gheri that horses, coas
and othrr animal f.iund running loose
III. In the city limit will be Impound
ed. This will cool thwoa ner $3 do be
sides th feed. Ihedogtax license is
due and payable March 1st.
U. C. liw, Pound Mater.
W. E. FOLSOM
At Harrison's Second
Hand store, Sixth street,
or address care of Box 116
Kluaath Falls OTedoa
KlaaMtt laSa MSc UWary'
Th KUmath Falls Public Library is I
open every afternoon from 2 to 5:30
o'clock and each evening- from C JO to
10 o'clock. A cordial Invitation (a en
tended to all.
We Make Little
But there is always
something .doing' at
our place in the House
-. carry the largest stock
of House Furnishings
in Klamath County.
See us for a Square
VIRGIL & SON
At tkc Brtdajc oa Mata.StrMt-
Heavy Freighting a Specltlty., Barigade Orders Are
Given Fronpt Atteatloa
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Havlad Hpto-date plaao otftu ar i
tracks we solicit your PHONIS an
fine plaao novlag iei4c 4s
KENTON a THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS
:: :: Machine Shops
PECK a BERRY Proprietor!
We are now prepared to do machine repair work
of, all kinds and guarantee all work tot' claw
and prices l-easonable. . i '' '.- .','. -. -
Incorporated November 28 1900
Statement of Condition
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
DKCIMBIR 31, 1907
Ioans ami Discount 5340,5300
Bonds andSvcuritica 03.S2S.84
Kval Entatt', IluiltliiiKH anil
Fixtures . 14.74S.18
Cash and Sixht Kxchnnsc 166,247.69
Capital Stock, fully pnltl
Surplus and l'rulltH
Due Other IlnnkH
I, Ali Martin, Jr., Cashier of the ahovenarnrd
hank, do solemnly swear that the aUite state.
menl Is true to the best of my knowi.iLre and belief,
AI.KX MAHTIN, Jit., Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Cth day
of January, VMM.
(Sealf C. H, WlTllltuw,
Notary I'uhllr fur Orrtfun,
ALEX MARTIN. JR.
Pioneer Bank of KUmath Basin
MILLS ADDITION LOTS.
are Advancing in Value
When blocks In Mills Addition were offered
at bargain prices a number of shrewd lnv.
tors bought; since that tinio values have
These Lota are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reason
to anticipate an advance in prices. Remem
ber these lots nre FIFTY fett in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep-mora than double the area of most
town lots offered to irivestont.
FRANK IRA WHITE
SSL0:'1101 0WI W Street
The Cream of the Beat
Old Continental WhliWy
F. F. V. Rye
Bottled Usdcr the SupmUtoa of th OovcraaMat
. . . None Better
C. D. wiilson
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer
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