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THE EVENING HERALD
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FlilDAY. MAY1, 1WH.
Ml. MAMMY CADZN
There U one young man in this
city who is liable to go into an
early decline on account of the
immense burden of responsibility
he seems to think has devolved
upon his shoulders, in the man
agement of the city's affairs. It
is true that the people have not
encouraged this young man to
assume any of the responaibili
ties of the city businesvbut he
is a very conscientious young
man and in as-much as the land
owners are paying him a salary
to act in m clerical capacity in the
government service for a period
of eight hours a day, he feels in
duty bound to use a large portion
of that time in stirring up trouble
for men whose hours of business
are too long each day to allow
them any leisure time to hunt
Now, we would like to know
who is responsible for the actions
of the Civic Federation? Is it
the President or the Secretary?
Hundreds of letters have been
sent out, signed by Harry Caden,
Secretary, which we believe have
baelr entirely without the
knowledge or saction of the
other officers or members of the
Federation. Any adverse criti
cism these letters may create.
naturally reacts against that
body. Now it is just such men
as these who are doing our city
as Inestimatable amount of harm.
Men who are content to spend
their life working for a small
monthly salary and whose only
asftbition seems to be to hear
themselves talk and see their
name in print The sooner the
Federation rids itself of such men
the sooner it will secure the sup
port of reliable business men and
Hater laa Notice
United 8tate Uml Offlce, Ukevlew
Oregon, February 18, HUM.
Notice U hereby given Hint In com
pliance with the provision ot the act ot
Uongressot JitneS, 1878, entitled ""An
act lor the sato ol timber Until In the
states ol California, Oregon, Nevada anil
Washington Territory," at extended to
II the Public Uml States by net ol
August 4, 1892, Charles K. IVI-ap, ol
Klamath Kails, County ol Klamath,
State ol Oregon, ha filed In llili office
hla aworn statement No. 4012, lor the
rturchatc ot the swtjne.'l, uw.ae.i, nl
see. .1, tp. .18 K range 9 K. W. M and
will offer proof to show that the land
ought It more valuable tor It timber
or atone than for agricultural purpwe,
and to ealahllih hi claim to aald land
ttoie the County Judge ot Klamath
County, at hi office at Klamath Pall,
Oregon, on Wednesday the 1:1th day of
llo nmiit- an wltin'fw: T. K. NMio.
Ian, I., I), Kltrhlxon, True II. VU,
A. M. Jamioii, nil ul Ktaiuath Kails,
Any and nil ron claiming adierst.
ly the aliove deacrlUHl land are reiU'l
vd to file their claim In tills office on
or before wid 13th day of May 1MM.
2-S1 M3 J. N. Watauil, rrguler.
Petition for liquor License
To the Honorable County Court of
the .State Oregon for Klamath County.
We the undersigned, .residents and le
gal voter ot the I'rvcinct of ripragile
Hiver, In the County of Klamath and
State of Oregon, and actual resilient
therein and nho hate actually lerided
therein for more than thirty da liu
mcdlatrly preceding the dato ol signing
and tiling thlt our petition, do hervhy
respectfully petition your hnnotnble
body to grant and Imuc to J, C. Kd.ali
nndT. M. Kdsall.td the II rm ol Kdaall
Itro., a licenae to fell plritom, vlnou,
fermented or malt, liquor In lea quaif
title than one gallon, In the prt-citicl
aforesaid for a period ot one year, from
the Cth day of May, A. I). 1MM.
Notice I hereby given that tlita pe
tition will be prevented to the County
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Klamath, at the court house
In the city of Klamath Fall, on the itth
day of May, A.l). W08, at the hour of
one o'clock I'. M. or a xwu then-after
a aid petition can he heard
Dated till 2Slh day of March, A. D.
O.'t. Anderson, L. I.. Griffin, I. T.
Anderson. K. A. 'Campbell, W. W. Fin
ley, K.W.lVheUton, A. W. Evan, J.
M. Faster, Win. II. (larrett, Ed Illoom
Ingcamp, John 8. Furber, II. J. Lang,
kam, Horn . Finley, W. W. Smith,
Jamea Phillip, W. K. Sutter. It. I'.
Courtright, II. L. Amleraon, C. it.
Morlti, Amo Lundy, Mat Ijiwry. J. A.
Wilson. J. K Freeman, Spratt. Well,
C. K. Iterg, J. II. Boyd, Jamea M. Ker-
Frank OInchain, 1- A. Kiciiard
Congressman Nicholas Long-
worth, the president's son-in-law, '
hinted in an interview on politics!
that there is a strong likelihood
of the Chicago convention stam
peding in favor of President
Roosevelt and in that event-well
he wouldn't venture to say what
might happen. Longworth had
been asked if there was the re
motest sort of a probability that
Roosevelt would accept the nomi
nation. "I am sure of one thing, ' '
answered the Ohio legislator,
that the president ia sincere
when be says he dosen't want
another term, but if the conven
tion should stampede to him I
positively cannot say what his
attitude would be. If he has his
own way about it, however, the
nomination will not be forced
upon him.," v
on. ueorge Hloomlogcamp, u. ai. An
derson, Tom Ivory, Jamea I Jell, frank
Shamler. J. A. I'araer. u. u. iww,
Judge Burnett has 'sustained
the demurrer to the 16000 dam
age suit brought against Senator
Fulton by J. S. Smith in the cir
cuit court of Marion county. The.
decision will in all probability
dismiss the suit entirely. Smith
Had charged that Fulton accused
Aim, of perjury and wanted dam
ages for defamation of character
on that ground.
CHANGE OF TIME
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A. C. Triaca, founder of a
school for aBronautios, declares
that wonderful progress is being
matMla aerial navigation and that
within three years time one may
be able to board an airship in
New York and cross the conti
nent with .considerable speed,
and with as -little danger as if
one were in a palace car. Air
ships will solve the problem, he
says, and not dirigible balloons.
EFFECTIVE APRIL 10, IIKW
From Klamath Fall to San Fran
cisco and all points between
Thrall and same.
Leave Klamath Fall 4: A.M.
Arrive at Spencer 7 :30
Leave Spencera H:
Arrive at Pokegama 11:
Leave Pokegama.K.i.R. 11 :I5
Arrive at Thrall l:lli P-M.
Leave Thrall, a. v. nu.
train No. 15 at 2:25
Arrive at San Francisco 9:28 A. M.
29 hour and 28 minutes, Klamath
Fall to San Francisco. Train No.
13 on H. P. learea Thrall 6:55 p. m.
arriving at San Francisco 11:24 a.rn.
irianotk C.ll. In Pl.n.l ' "
Leave Klamath Falls as above.
Leave Thrall, S.P. train No. 10, 1 :32
p. in. j arrive at Portland 7:66 a. m.
27 hours and 66 minute, Klaualb
Falls to Portland.
San Francisco to' Klamath Fall
Leave San Francisco at 2:20 p. in.
arrive at Thrall at 6:04 a. m.
Leave Thrall at 0:30 a. ra.; leave
Pokegama at 9 a. in.; arrive at
Klamath Fall at 6 p.m. Dinner
at Spencers, leaving there at 1 p. to.
Shortest time ever. 20 hour and
40 mln. San Francisco to Klamath
Falls, No other route does it. This
Is tbe cheapest and best way. Fare
16, either direction between Thrall
and Klamath Fall.
Hhw Freldhtlnri a Stxrclclty. Uatjiiaile
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer S Storage
Having up-to-date piano
trucks we solicit your
fine nlano movlnrt
KENYON G THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS
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Sixteen inch and four loot wood in any quantities.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 481
or KKK Store, Phone 174
JT UTPT TaTW Wood Yard and Office
li llrAAJriK NCar city Hall
The Eldred Company
F. C. ELDRED, Manager
Saddles. Harness and Supplies
We make a specialty of first-class, guaranteed,
hand-made Saddles and Shaps. Our Saddles
have an established reputation.
Orders From Everywhere Solicited
Incorporated November 28,
Statement of Condition
N ..,.., or the, ...
Klamath County Bank
Klawath Falla, Oregon
DECEMBER 31, 1907
Itm and DlncountH $340,530 80
Honda and StfcuritivH . U3Q2'iRA
Ural Kalatc. HulldliiKH uml ' 4
Fixturva. . 14,740.10
Cali ami Sluht KxcIiriiko 1U0.247.89
Cajiltttl Stock.' fully palil SIOO.OOO.OO
Surplua and Proflta 2 1,783.1 j
Due Other Bank 32,000.94
I. Ale Martin. Jr., Casl.ler of tl... al.,vrnnn0
l.ai.k iki solemnly swear that tl.e nUn, ,??
mriit la true .o the beat of my knuwUilp anJlJiiIi
AI.KX MAllTIN. JK , rl!,!r '
SuIhktIUhI and swum to lfirr me i,i, f,,. j.,
of January, IIMH. ' M1'
Notary I'ulille fur Ofrifon
ALEX MARTIN .
E.R. REAMES -ALEX
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Buin
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Far
tie!. The largest and best arranged eating house
In the city. Open day and night.
Barge has .Arrived
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Milln Addition wvru offcm!
at bargain prieca a number of ulirvwil Invtrs
tora bought; nince that tiino viilum have
These Loti are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is m-ry rran
to anticipate an advance in price, llcnwm
ber these lota are FIFTY feet in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIIT
deep -more than double the area of nuwt
town lots offered to Investor.
The Big Barge Has Arrived at Last and
Loaded with Furniture, Carpets, Mat
ting, Rugs, Linoleum, Pillows and Mat
tresses of all Kinds, Colors and Prices.
Call while THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
W. H. DOLBEER
Successor to B. St. George Bishop
FRANK IRA WHIT!
Office on Flflli Stat
CAPT.,0. C. APPLEG ATE
CH AS. K. WOltDKN
The American Bank and Trust Co.
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A. M. WORDEN , I .
Cashier RED SCIIALLOCK aft,!
Ass't Cashier f ILff
Cor. 0th and Main Street II F
Plumber and Steamfittcr
Klamath Falla, Orego
Strictly Fint-clau Work
Paoaes: Baslacat, 300; Residence, C04
Bennett's Feed Stable
Next to Martin'i Mill
Now Open for Businert
The Chute SvHfm nt VMAintr which normits Stock
getting their Mill, has been installed
Plenty of Wagon Room
JASPER BENNETT, Proprietor
East End Meat Market
CRIfLUt ft STILTS, Proprietors
Wait BMf, veal. Mutton, Pork and PotdW
. rtf aU W .
erean no uuraxi Meat ana ouia- - j,
W UadU our IM In tho most modem wy
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