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MONDAY MAY II, 1908.
MDwnmiMO m raoni
Oregon is certainly up against
it this year in tht selection of a
Uuited States Senator. The
much berated "machine rule"
has been put out of business,
and the people have been hood
winked into the belief that they
at last are having a voice in the
state and national government.
The facts are, the "people" now
MARSH LANDS JM5 richest aoL
50 per cent, vegetable m.tter. Kl.ma.h-a frailest bargains -.120 per .ere .nd upword.. Imt Terp.
can be made of old used news
papers and in fact almost any
fibrous stick, while white paper
requires spruce or hemlock.
U. 8. Senator Hon. II. M. Cke, n-.i
U. 8. Senator, U all that mo ran itk (or
in one candidate. Mr. Cake I it nuin
ot pleating appearance, en eloquent
speaker, a man tlmt understands tlu
lolitlcdl situation. While many regret
that Mr. Kultnn u beaten, jet we
realite, by the vote Mr. Calo levelled
, In lilt homeruunty that lu la iopular
thereat Mr.Kulton waaheie. Mr. I'u Vi
lli deaervlng o( hi parly wile.
Oongreaaman W. I'. Haw ley inti
tn hla t recmil with ) i it." ; In f.trl hl
record is' liia platform.
Justice ol the Supremo Court - I!. S.
Henvv Frelsthtlnit a Speclclty. HlltfriUrlc
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Having up-to-date piano
trucks we solicit your
fine nlano movintt
KENYON fi THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS
Office NT I
nave less wwjrin wie manage- b,.,, nrtu ,,.,.,, ,..,;
tiiArif ,t fViaa nntinn'ta AAit than I
l .ju i i a a ! Hniry and Foml roiiimiilmirr J. W.
an unuorn cnuu . .n b.1k.v ,,,. Wln,,er.
mining its sex. Unscrupltous i u lu lVw,BltaUlllerT. K. c 111
men, who want to get into office lia m,n fl)r . ,,,,,,, aMl, u ..llti,ii
and power for their own personal ( ,0 ,, ,0t, tho ,.iir.. irtv.
gains, have easily hypnotised the i.rocnilng Attorney n. v. Km ken.
people by stooping to the degrad- ,.,,, iw,.,,,; Attorney, U ...
ing level of the moral degener- icaiiy without oppoiiiion. ii.. w.u
ate, by advocating anything or qualified ni.a Kiamaih an.i uvo Count.
everything Which might appeal M are to I conKratnlate.1 im Imiini:
to the Unthinking mast) and nal.le to place wir..int.i.t un at-
thereby secure a vote. ( ,onirv , n01ll,ia,'r. fr ,h0 ,ic,..
Oregon has been well repre- Sule se.utnr-d,,.. n. Men) wan.
sented in the UnUed Sutes 8ue Vliator ,, a ,,,,,, vmlll! StuI(H.
aenaie oy v,n.. . r ui on, who mM .av, ,veJ ,lv ,, ,
is recognized as one of the ablest
lawyers in that body, and who is
conceded to have accomplished
more for the good of the state,
in proportion to the time he has
served, than any other repre
sentative we haveever had.
This man has been turned down
by the "people," as certain poli
ticans would have us believe and
we are asked to choose between
what? 'George Chamberlain, of
whom the best that can be aaid
is, that he is a clever politican,
and H. M. Cake, who at this
late day admits that all the ac
cusations made against Fulton
were false and only for the pur
pose of defeating him.
It now develops, that when
Fulton was making the fight of
his life in the Senate for his land
grant' bill, which would restore
to Oregon the millions of acres
of land illegally held by the
Southern Pacific Company, our
other worthy Senator Johnatban
Bourne, who, by the way, was
elected by the "people, M was
ready to trade his vote for the
Fordney amendment, which was
backed by the Booth-Kelly and
Curtis Lumbering Company, for
the consideration that those cor
porations saw to it that Senator
Bingham, a close friend of
Bourne, was allowed the exclus
ive privilege of naming the Lane
County delegation to the state
This is the condition which
Oregon is up against We have
got to vote for a nan, who, in
the position of the chief excutive
of the state, would beunirch the
name of the man whom he - con
sidered his strongest opponent,
so as to defeat him, and a man,
whose sincerity Is so questionable
that it will allow him to place
personal gain ahead of the good
of the state. It is certainly time
for the people, in reality, to
take a hand in politics, and nom
inate men who will be true
representatives of the state and
not allow Multnomah County to
have everything, simply for the
selfish purpose of hogging all
the federal patronage.
log tervej one term in tin- Ij
r Homo ami tlemonatrateil liia ability.
KeireeoUtlvea-Onr Stale lleji
resentative. II. 1'. lWlknap anil II. A.
Dratlain, are strong raiuliilato ami w ill
more than poll their party tmi(th.
Sheriff-W. lUlarueTis wrlliiuslihV.1
to nil the office, having avrviil an !"
orol Ijike County, al) as ili'intycln'i III.
He has a goal duration, ii an ttrtivo
man, well acquaints! with all tin Mir.
rouiiJlng county ami mnle an i'llii-ii-nt
officer. Voto for him.
County Clerk C. It. IK-Iap, us Count y
Clerk, la well known to you all, having
aervei) this county aa Shoo-?iiiiii'
temlent in a way that is a rrttlit In him
elf. He is now aerrlnu as Deputy Sln-r.
iff of this county ami Is known lo Ii- a
throughly competent man. .
County Treasurer I- Alva f.eU, as
Treasurer, Is well knonr. to you all nml
he point with prMe to lain past record.
School Superintendent J. O. Swan
is a man that hat been iiniKpti'iioiisty
before the public for the iiast live yearn
anil haa accomplished Homlera in eiliivat
lonal linen. He is well fitted for the
Aaseasor llert E. Withrow, as Anton
or, ii the right man In the right place,
having served a number of yean in tiie
Abstract Office and having a complete
abstract of every piece of deeded land
in the county, puts him in a position to
better judge the value of real estate than
any other man we know. f
County Surveyor M. D. William has
been conspicuously belore the public
during hi term of office. Hi work
peak for hi efficiency.
County Commissioner C. J. winkle
la pioneer of Klamath County. He 1
a conservative butines man and has
made a aucceaa with his own hindm-ta
venturer, and it U (air to annum that
he will do a well with the county hum-
ii i -i n r-i
Sixteen inch and lour foot wood in any quuntitieH.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 461
or KKK Store, Phone 174
J. L. FIELDER eWilrtSuf1"
The Eldred Company
F. C. ELDRED, Manager
Saddles. Harness and Supplies
We make a specialty of first-class, guaranteed,
hand-made Saddles and Snaps. Our Saddles
have an established reputation.
Orders From Everywhere Solicited
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Par
ties. The largest and best arranged eating house
In the city. Open day and night.
Only mm person In n tlmuiaud reach
es sixty Jtara.
The lot; cut on Arumlook (Me) Ha
ter this year will amount to oi.roil i fully
uiately ISS.TiOT.UJO fiit.
Many run; nml tnluablu painting
hale Just Ih-oii ill'eowml In one ut tlie
subterranean paanao'i of the Htutu
rrijrtri nr i'ii..ijin ..... i
....,,.. .. . ..cu.w, ...-.. . . .
Two horses Ii-IoiiIii to
near .Milton. Del..
(In Ler m-dllnjr day lb DauUh
eaaiit Kill Hvara a aluipl crown uf
in) rile with lirr national v.um
tpr)liik' llli lli illilrlct. but always
cliiiruiluic -nml pnts of myrtle are care
cherliti-d by kIHIiii baud.
tliroiiKti the Ioiik winter in autlclpa
tlon of the ureat eirut.
A lion that had lw.ii III asked a
iHlieep U bis bleath was bad. The sharp
les, ami the
lti.ri l.lt fhflf I...
a foriin-r ' i,.i.i t,,r t..i . .... i -.,. ..
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If a proposition just put forth
by Wisconsin print paper manu
. facturers is carried to a conclus
ion, Americans in the future will
be reading newspapers printed
with white ink. The chief points
advanced for this revolutionary
proposition are the preservation
of forests, the saving of millions
of dollars annually in pulp wood
and the reduction in the price of
print paper, to prehaps one-half
the present price. Black paper.
In tho Circuit Court nl the Htatu of
Oregon for Klamath County.
John Koonta plaintiff, vs. Amanda
Ella KoonUdefendant, unit in equity for
Xn the name of the stato of Oregon :
You are hereby required to appear mid
answer the complaint (lied against you
in the above entitled suit on or before
Saturday, June 13th, I WW, beluK the
last day prescribed in the order for pul-
llcatlon 01 thl summons, the ilrit puiili
cation of which being on Haturday, May
2nd, 1908, and if you fail to to aimwer,
for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply
to the eeurt for the relief demanded in
the complaint, died herein'', to-wlt: for
a decree dissolving (he bond of matri
mony existing between plaintiff and de
fendant. Thi summons I served by publication
In the Evening Herald, by order of Hon.
ilenry L, Benton, Judge ol the Circuit
Court tor the first judicial district of
Oregon, dated May 1st, 1908, which or
der require summons to be published
once a week for six consecutive wreku
from the 1st day of May, 1D0H.
A. t. LEAVHT,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Hflfllla llltall,li .1 Mtv' M tit aa.
Ml......... .,.,.. tin i... : i- " ' .i. mm me
,..- nv ,,. H, .MIU'll, ''!.. lW'IIT ' II. i. I lll.i I SS .
.hipped to mute berauae the inlult- "' t" ,' ' " "," ..II l , ,""
ter-a widow Hea,,, ,u . ,,, UuLW$rJ$J&'
Meoaurlue ten feet six Iiii-Iiih, nu ".
octupui while U-Iiik kllleil nt Tnoradlu, I w" l-annot dlrldo our work from
Victoria, twined a teulnt-le ko firmly urelte nor laolate our future from
around the foit of one or lit captors "r 'luallllm. A ship might aa well
that the terrible mt-mbriine hail to l-!lr '" 'al1 north with her jib and east
cut to free the man. with In-r foresail and south with bar
John Ilrown'a wakou, In which ),,. '"'"-ill aa a man to go one way In
made pllgrlmageN during lid crurmlii ,coa,lu'' "'"l another way to character.
against slaver', was deairojed by lire ""t'"r' " "Jrk-
on l(Zl Wi' .,r'VrtT",l.; T,w "' ! "' ,lr'" rw"rkwl tb " Important
on was left there by llrown nuny statesman, "was never approached
year ogo and had Ui-n pre-u-ned by with a prnltlon i.f craft In my life."
HerU-rt H. ulrall, u pioneer ueuiip.i. "Ihat fact." nn,i Senator Bor
per man of Iowa City. Khum, -may I. a rnou-ultton of voJr
, lioui-Hty, and then uv-ilu It may be a re
flection un oiir hifluenre." Wishing.
Young Uiiiy (eiiterlug mutlr publUb
er shop, to young man uri(ltf music)
llatu Jou "KNaed lie I.. Un.
young man U-IiIimI the (ouuter. I've
only been here n week! j,mlou Htaud
ard. .Mr. Church -Whew I How It'anuilug.
.-. ,v IJUr umnreii, iiear. I've got
The Sporting World.
Syracuse may take up golf.
Yale plauH un SO,000 bouthouae.
Hcliommer, raptalu of ChlcaKo'
cbamplonalilp team, Ih not ouly a htur "Kl""'" Vuiiug Man (tuinlug
basket ball player, but also tlu-lr beat Hlli surpilei-n mi.t . the
Jack McMiuterH, the former Har
vard tralut-r. Is now IuiiiIIIiik the bust
ball li-am, ionium crows uml track
caoillilutex ut AnnapolK
Hhudy (I., 2:10',, mid IHrei-tntim,
UilPi, inn two rueiit hiiIim to thu
AliHtiliiiiH. 'i'ho price p.il.l for the
drat uamvd U placed ut j.'.WXt.
It. M. rilek of Hrady, l'a ban pur
cliHsed from I.. IJ. Iliowu of DelavHU,
III., the threi-yearold Wilful I'arole,
'.'JOU, by I'ulole, 'J-IO. ,1a,,, Annie
Huron, by-Huron WIIkiM.
nu .uiionui league Kutr of um
pires for thu coming kumhi U a fob
lows; O'fJay, i:uullv, Johnstone, Klt-m,
Itlgler and ituddcru&m. 'J'liu lunt of
these wua formerly a ilteher on the
Pr&vldL-iire team und tukes tho place
'lliuio really Ii no ui In gettlug
mad. but u great many people make
uto or It.
8elf conceit should not be kept upon
drees parade If kept at all, but It cer
taluly U the balm of CI I lead for brula.
to run otcr to the
--.. v-iiurcu-inii why not us that
umbrella you'te been carrylua all
week? Mr. Church-Wball To the vet
iry im-etlngj Why. I hat's uher.
ot It.- I'ulbidelpbla I'ress.
A lltor to a atalilv 111.....1..1
was being shown round by u old r.
a del lie punned wfrB B p,nlB-
iJ ..n . . inimeii rapturous-
ii- I hut must be un old master."
"No. lr," the eulde t.-i.ni ...'..,...
iil.l in.i.tv i. .1. . . ' .ami
Incorporated November 28,i9oo
Statement of Condition
.. ...Of the.
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
DICKMBEK 31, 1007
Iamuw and DIscountM $340 r.'tn on
ltontlsandSvcuritifs . 031!
Heal EsUte, BulldliiKM un.l
CuhIi and Sluht KxchaiiKv
CapiUl Stock, fully pal.l
Surplus and 1'rufltn
Due Other Ilankn
I, Ale Martin. Jr Cashier nf the aUvenam..!
the abut ,U(f,
bank, do solemnly swear that
meiit I true to the beat of m
f mv kiuiwl.l.... ... 11 1 ,
AI.KXMAlt1IN. Jir. 1 . iT'"'
Sulwcrlbrd ami awotn In Ut. ir ihuci-j.,
of January, It, ' "'
l-'l C II Wltlimm.
Notary I'ubllc furling
ALEX MARTIN. JK.
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Basin
E. H. DuFAULT, Proprietor
Cholccit of Wlaea. Liquors and CLiw
Cater to the belter rlaaa nf trade, with MlJfUaW
the mt critical You'll ivitire the dirTfrms akifa
Iry It. Just the place to dri.p in fur a rrfrruU-(k
ae when you need a atlmulant Cure Upvtifil
kirxla tor family trade a sprrlalty
Ready for Inspection
ur line of Carpets, MattinU, Tapettry,
Linoleum, Art Squares, Table. Low j
and Stand Covers, Is ready for imp I
tlon. Something entirely new
Also Silk noat and Feltolene MattreM
Brass and Iron Beds-Adjustable pa
ell woven wire Springs, the only thk
iur nui wcaincr. i
Polahed Oak Dlnlnd Sts and all 01
W. H. DOLBEE1R
Successor to B. St. George Bishop'
Phone-Store.Jfl Residence. 155
CM A8. K. WOKDKN
The American Bank and Truft
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A Qr.at Ecuu.
Mother to frank-How I n
you'ie lute home eitiy nigbtj
do1 luAry' wta ta f
uug while to Mt
IiiiiiJh uu awful
"unci It. If we UicJ , -lock-
little oae I'd eet Lot,.. . -T?.!?"?
C i MV'af'wPP ' W I
JfSH-if1""mft "SBV aaaaQB SgWif'jin-j'lrB JHBg
fT I f. p, " eesaai ib;iin "" r
A.M.W0RDEN " " $