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MARSH LANDS tejricltjoja
THE EVENING HERALD
. ABEL m
lass) dalrr. nmt iUr, br Um '
Herald PubHshing Company
W. 9 5WHS1. MWf
50 dct cent, vegetable matter. Klamath's greatest bargains tit $20 per acre and upward!. Eaay Tcrmt
j. ' . 1 1- "j
OtUf. b mil U Milks, .
Uatlr, or nn, a bwshu,
0au, Mhrmd br Mirbra
Una vo llBMiv.faM ra
nvitM ankir. ittranal ctesck aa WW bxl bank,
lampa, eeiii. r carraacy.
Kawsrarca Law or Onaon.-Battk Mat at
Uva law at Orwai rnwUM Ikl.tMwin anr
MasneaatroUlM' a manias . shall Mil xih
MwaMpar to ar pmm tn thla atafe wltkout
Aral MwMna- an onlar tbwafar. MMh arasMBOT
aHaH b anaml to bn a ctfl. aM aa dfM or abtla-a-Ikn
shall accni amlMt neb panm. wbUMr
akl Mwaaapar to iMtod br Ik. paraoa to whoa
ttli Mat ar iC
MONDAY. MAY 18. 1908.
The University Appropriation
bill has been given the tupport
of the Republican party in Ore
gon by the insertion of the fol
lowing plank in the state plat
form. "We commend the Uni
versity of Oregon and the Oregon
Agricultural College to the sup
port of our people, and we de.
plore the calling of the referen
dum upon the appropriation bill
for the maintenance of the Uni
versity. We believe that the
State of Oregon should support a
first class university and to that
end we urge upon the voters of
the state the importance of
sustaining the action of the hut
Legislature, whereby an annual
appropriation of $125,000 was
made for the said University of
Oregon. We pledge our unwav
ering support to this measure."
J ho Ipff tln company (o go ho om know
wlioro. Hlueo llio llislil circuses lino
kept nwny from tint iykIoii utiles
well flilil for ilofoiiKc. Notlilnir so ln
ronsc tlio cron.tT of tlioe parti it
llio two uliorl words:
i.Auitu.Ncr. rosTr.it ciiuncii.
Would Know Lat.r.
"Is tlio prisoner untio or Insaim)"
"1 iloii't Know yet."
"Hut jou tin o cxninlmM lilm."
"Ami j nn nro nn exporti"
"I nm ono of tlio Nt. Hut, jou iro,
Mil ylilot nro ilk-kerlin: ttllti mo for
U wltm-M, niul I luncn't foiiml out Jot
n lilcli Inn tlio moto mono)'
Dairy cattle were never so
scarce as at the present time,
not only in Oregon and the
northwest, but all over the
' United States as well. I know
of no more profitable opportunity
than is offered by the present
shortage in the farmers of this
valley than to engage in the ex
clusive business of raising cows
for dairy purposes." Such is
the opinion of the State Food
and Dairy Commissioner Bailey
who says that the dairying inter
ests have suffered a serious
fheck in developement by reason
of the short sighted policies in
vogue among farmers and stock
A dispatch from Manilla states
that a big gold strike has been
made in the Islands. Natives',
Americans, "forty-niners" from
the states and Australian pan
washers are rushing to the dis
trict Two hundred ounces of
pure gold have been shipped
from the mines controlled by
Manilla capital mainly and the ru
mors of rich surface deposits of
clear metal have caused an un
precedented excitement It has
been known for some time that
gold in good quality and quantity
was obtainable from surface veins
near the Benquet district
Colonel Sam Parker, his son-in-law,
Prince David, of Hawaii,
and John Bauer, were passen
gers on the Siberia, which' re
cently arrived from Honolulu.
The distinguished visitors have
come to the States for the pur
pose of hunting bear in Wash
ington and Oregon, and have
brought with them enough guns
and ammunition to wipe out
every bruin in both states. In
the party, attended by two
maids, is the little princess.
Kapiolani, Ave years of age.
She will not participate in the
X THE MAN WITH J
I THE RED BEARD.
It waa la tho wildest part of Nott'
Mrilco daring lb wildest part of Hint
region's history Hint n powerfully tnillt
man with red board slid stool cmy
tjt was walking along tlio m.ilu street
of 0. Hearing it stop behind him, ho
turned quickly, draw lug hU rowdier at
to same moment. A gronoer win
about to plunge ton lurhoi of steel lulu
tb ml beard oil limit's buck, but the
tatter was too ipikk for lilm mid
dropped the knife with n pistol bull
covering the liauil with blood.
In a uiouieut the street win full of
greasers. They seemed to imp up from
rery corner. TUoy surrouiiiitti mo
msu with the red beard, kuoeked lilm
down and hsd the life nearly kkkod
out of bliu when tho sheriff came iiIouk
and took him to Jail. There ho w i In
the baud of grenvrs who put li 1.1 In
Irons aud tortuml hlui In oierji iil
ble way for thrw wii-V. thou, Kt-tttiK
tired of hi in. turned him looxo.
The red lenrded 111.111 wumlonil
uorthwiird legs arms and lie.nl In
bandages-till be met a ilrcus. To tho
manager he said:
"Stop at (1 V
"Yea. O.'s ou the date book."
"Want a hand!"
"We need one or two more moil to
pat up and take dou the teuti."
Tiu wltb yon."
The red bearded man worked noil.
noUtwIthstandlng bis brulot Tho rlr
caa men called hlui Itedboard. 'I lie)
fonnd It uecvssary to stand together
while lu that region, and tho shout
"Hey. Huhe!" was frequently ghen
Wheu some one of their tiumbor was
attacked by greasers be would glte tho
cry, and every circus luau would at
one lay about bliu. breaking as man)
bone of male cltlzeus as pHluli-
Tbero wereau afternoon nnd mi rrti-I
bag performance at O. The cti-nlug I
show waa crowded with ureaicr. j
about every person In the ton u being
on band. During the day ltedt-ard ,
bad collected a lot of stakes and mU- '
of various kluds and piled them out
side of the main tent lie was not
observed aaylng much of anything to i (
Ha) Vaatl bUS MVt Will luri i..-.a t ttalllftl I illl
to each other or any one elie. There ""'" '" '" "K 'k
waa that dogged look on their farM ' lotlllon, do betel.) ie-linll ,
that portended a atorui. Among the lltlon jour honorable ..ly l grant
audience was the greaser who had .and Imiic t Janea II U'lutler, a ion- j
tried to knife the red bearded man dent of said pmltict, a llreiim to m-II I
and aeverat men who had tortured him I a.irtoitt.. in..u, fem.enl.-.l or matt tin
while be waa In jaU. lie apottod them llor, ,., i,,lllailllll,., ,imtl .. ....l.,,,.
nil .Ink a..i1l.t. I ' i
Tit Awful Ootilp.
W llkl lit klHHk tlio KOM.t.
Wo lull I mluiltu hrr )
Tihi intlili .tin crlllclarai
Tiki lllrdIr I. lur pralan.
Tlu fulllnc. of hrr iirlglihura
Are ntHua un lUipUr.
Hut still i pnuin to llilrn
To what .lis lias In y
Wo know John I, n't irfrctj
Hut. Ilirii, It l.u'l kln.l
To Uwrtl tin til. .hurtetiiuliiK.
And fault "llli lilm to nml
Itut still of utl ItN inratinM
IVrliai'i He wuuMn't tlrram
DM no lut Ui In llitrn
Wlirn hi has on full steam.
llul. HioiikIi o may abhor II
That she hrr tomiu IiuiiM u.e
In such a busy faaliton,
Pt 111 wt liltul know (tin riowi.
And If ilUln'l Hurt tirr
Moil err)lirr e t.cnt
WM lintn lu bur n l"lr,
And that ttouU eoit u rrnt.
Tr. vr uViiii tho Kiitl4
Wtio dainty morirU taa.
Hut are vny rrrtaln
W'ti nr not In the claat
An Inwutd luok util Nhnw
When kitueKIni! Hi- projiramtn
That ne t.r ri .no i t Ri.tw
Petition for Liquor License
to Tin: iiOMiitAiu.i: nii'Niv
coriiT or Tin: stati: or ni:i:-
tiOX FOi: KWA.MATII t Ol'M'V.
Wo llio uinli'til nnl, leidtlfiitii and
Itval voter ol tlio prirlnrt nl Vi
Kher, In the Coiltil) ol Klamath, Mate
ol Oregon, and actual nslileuts tli-rtin.
minim have ailually loitlilnl tlnitiii
ne til ill thirty tlnjn immiiliatil) '
I urs Wuntcd
C I). Wllliton Is In tlio market for all
klrtN of Turn, for which In' will pay tlio
liluluiH market price. A'l'lr' alti at
KUmmlli rutin. Oreumi.
Klamath InlU rH.Nc library
Tho Klaiiinlli Kail I'ul'He I.Hrry Is
open eeiy nfleriloon from 'J tn ftil
o'clock anil each evening from rtlM to
10 o'clock. A ctmllal linllallon Is pv
teniletl to all.
IMliol hut lilelidetl wlilnkef. Wlieli
)on want puio wliltVoy no thst lll
put up under Iho gutcriiuii'iit's "Uinditl
wnioliousestaini,"as l llio Conlluen-
t,.t ul.l.k.ir. Water Mill Ythlket . "''
inniiilit' no anil I . I . '
f. I Wlllf-n.
III Ihol'lieull Cnutl ol Iho SlalK nl
(lii)iiii lor Kltuialli t'ouul).
John KimiiU plaintiff, . Amsutln
I'.lh KiHiutitleleiul.iut, suit In opilly (r
lu tlio name ol Iho slatn ol Oregon!
You are lutein letpilieil In appear and
nmwer the complaint lllnl aiialuit )m
In IhoaUite entllltd suit on or Iwltirr
.-atunla). Juno lllth, ItsW. U-ltig the
litttla) piofciihctl In the order (or pulf
lieiitlon ol this sumuious,lho Hist publl
cation ol which being on Satunlay, Ms)
k'ml, l!". and II Jim Isll m to aner,
lur want t here.it, "i he plaliitllT will apply
to Iho court (or tho relief ilemslidetl III
the tiimplalnt, tiled herein, to-wlt: (or
aileonotllMtiMiig Iho Uiuds l luatrl
mini) exlillug l"tttii-ii plaititlll and lic
llil. iliniii(Mi sertetl In puhlirathili
in the i:eniuie lliinld, liyimler nl Hon.
Ilnir) I. Ib-iiMin. Jiidiro ol the (,'lnnlt
I'ouit lur the llml juilulal tlMrict ol
Ongoii. tlatitl M i) tot, lls, whlcli or
der tnpilies minimum to l pulillihrtl
nine .1 Mitk Inr U ttilirflllle wrrk
In. ill the IHiUi nl Ma), llnH,
a i.. i.r.AVirr.
Lincoln, Nebraska has started
the "daylight" saloon plan, a
new experiment in the anti-saloon
movement The excise
commission issued the order
which permits thirst emporiums
to remain open only between
sunrise and sunset. This will
close all the saloons at 7:30 p. m.
The liquor people will resist the
order in court.
No man ever amounts to much
in this world who doesn't occas
ionally step on somebody's toes.
The one man it is hard to fool
is the man who knows himself.
The show waa over, and the audlcnrv
waa leaving the tent when Itedhcard,
hie beard looking redder tban'eier In
the big light that Illuminated It and
ble aleely eye darting Ore, leai-d iikii
the pile of improvised weapons be hsd
collected and, filling his lung with
air, gave one long wild about:
Every man connected wltb the clr
cne made a dash for tbe pile. There
were tentmen In ordinary apparel.
there were ostlers In high lioots, there
were negro minstrel In burnt cork
and there were riders In spangled
tlgbta. Every man of them seized his
cndgel. swung It In tbe air and brought
It down 0J tbe nearest greaser. The
women and children scurried away
like hens and chickens to coop through
a storm of wind and ball and light
ning. Some of tbe greasers bail their
knives and pistols wltb them, but tbey
had no opportunity to get together to
make a nnlted flgbt Wbereier they
attempted to strike tbey were beaten
down by a shower of oaken stakes.
Redbeard aeemed to be saving blm
aelf for special objects. Tbe first of
his old enemies be espied dodging
boot In the melee waa tbe sheriff who
1M arrested blm. Bedbeard made a
dire for htm, swung bis club high tn
the air and brought It down on tbe
man's skull. He sank like n Nicer In a
slaughter boom. Then came the turn
of tbe greaser who bail attempted tbo
knifing, fledbrant found blm ou tbe
ground whore he had Just fallen,
tripped In tbe melee, and Jumicd upon
blm wltb a pair of boots alono heavy
enough to stun blm. lu another mo
ment tbe greaser'a head was a Jelly.
Lastly. Itedbeard attended to bis Jail
er. One he held on n flaming torch
rued to light a peanut stand. Another
be poked wltb an Iron pointed stake.
His thirst for revenge was unsatisfied
till be had settled bla account wltb
every one of them.
When tbe affray waa over there were
score of bodies on the ground, all of
them greaser, either dead or badly
wounded. There were others who bad
either been carried away or had been
able to drag themselves off tbo field.
The remainder bad fled Iguomlnlously.
Tbe manager, realising that tbe affair
waa an unusual one, acted accordingly.
He did uot fear a rally that night, but
be dared not go farther south to re
turn through Q. To return by any
other route waa Impracticable, so he
concluded to go directly northward.
Before dawn everything waa packed
In tbe wagons, and tbe show turned
way from tbe scene of Redbeard'a
vengeance. Tbe men of tbe company
formed rear guard under tbe direc
tion of Bedbeard, who as n fighting
man bad won their entire confidence.
Sney. were followed for a abort dls
ince by a few greasers, but so few'
that, realising the futility of Interfer
ing wltb tbe retreat, tbey soon gave It
op and returned to a.
As to Redbeard, as soon os tbero waa
o Jonger use for bla military, service
in the pririni't nfnrctatil (or a rlil i(
six month, from lh .Sril, day ol Juh,
Nollio U heiiliy v'll) li by the under
tllincdi tint thin 'tltlnn uill lt pre
sented to the Ouiily ('mill iifntiiald
at tho court riKUii in the city id Kla
matli Kalln, Oiiroii, rn the ll, da) i.l
July, A. I . I '., at ll.o linur of 10
u'tlotk a. in. ol raid tin) or a u
thereafter mnald -etition tan It-lnanl.
Pati-t! IliI- ImIi il.i i( May. IK'S.
.1.1 II lei1 II. U'lutltr.
NAM IS NAM IIS
0 II. Iloyl J. M. Ilmery
Hot It. Win- II. It. IKnloy
N. J. .loliiioou O. II Ihiurli
David Itamle) Ana lro4t
S. II. dandier , l.'alpli II. IjiiiK-lnii
J. II. 'nm I.. V. 1'oh.'I.iiii
(J. V' Voio lia llnglo
P. X. Iiompler Wi sley Coin
Frank Dumpier Win, M. r-ku n
I'aul I'irKiiiH !. (J. Courtney
J. II. Hinait II..I.)-inr!i!t;e
M. I'. MoriMii I). I".. Noali
V. M. Tlioniaoii V. II, Notion
Imia llrannaii A. I.. Melliano
I.. C. Drakn J. A. (lihxon
It. A. Moon Clark
fl.T. (iray Win. Iviilou
Walter Dunn I. M. iMttmi
C. dray Ijo lienlnu
M. II. If""i l O. JJimnore
O.C. I Illl J. M. UeH.hi
CI. S. Hint P. J. (Men
W, J, Jamlwiii Jin. I Kt tii
It. M. Jaiulnon Unix- WML,
1. I.. Viu-ti I'lank hi he i
loliii (iray D. lt)iui
M.T. Pinker W. II. Clark
J. W. Colo ! AT Cranio
II, H. Jikii h O. C. Ilronliy
(J. I..CIUo J. II. Ilerry
I.. K. Hi-nig K II. King
DK. WM. MARTIN
Olliro over Klamath County Hank
C. t STONE
Attorney at Law
Olliico uter postolliu-, Klamath r'alls, I
Tn r mux c U
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Kallj, Ongon
DR. C. P. MASON
A inn lea ii lUnk A Trust L'n.'s llulldlng
Notice For Publication
Department of tint Inturlur, IJ. H.
IjiikI Ollico, I..iki,vliir firi-gon, .May IS,
I'.KJH, Not lui In hereby twi that Allwrl
Harrison, ol Klamath I'iiIIh, Oregon,
who, on Nov. 8, l'J)7, inaild tlinhor uml
stomt uiilicnlloii, No. Ililfi, for NII,l
NW.', r'eutloii '."i, I'liniisite Ii7 H.,
Kaiigu U li., Will. Mirlillan, lina llkd
notice of Intention to makn I'inal Proof,
to entiihllali cluSm to tlio land alovo du
scribed, b'eforo County Clerk Klamath
Co,, at his olllce at Klamath I'iiIIk, Ore,,
on tho Utli day of Aucuat, 11(08.
Claimant iiameu as iiitneiiscs: John 0.
ticiiallock, ol Klamatli Kullu. Oregon,
T. J. Stolen, ol Klamatli FalU, Oregon.
Alljio.JnuilHon, of Klamatli I'alli Ore
gon, Win. Uaillulo, ol Klamatli Falls,
Oregon. , ,
J. N. Watuon, Itcglster. C-18
Private Dining Parlor
Oysters Served in Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON. Prop.
We Make Little
Hut there is always
something doing. at
our place in the House
Furnishing line. We
carry the largest stock
of House Furnishings
in Klamath County.
See us for a Square
VIRGIL a SON
At the Bridge on Main Street
Klamath Falls 6 Wlneraa
Truck & Transfer
1'iirnlture und pianos cart-fully
IlKlVtli. llairVHl'll U'lllnn anfl
i ... i "rav" "
Ktiierui urayir.g. All
Incorporated November 20, iqqq
Statement or Condition
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falli, Orcdou
DICIMPIR 31, 1007
Ijunn nnd DiHCoiintH $340,5,')o.(io
UoiuUnmlSccuritk'H . 0:j,ri25H4
Itcnl Estate, UuIMIiikh uml
CuhIi and Slulit KxchntiKo 1GC,2-I7.(jn
Capital Stuck, fully pnlil
Surpluit and PrullU
Duo Otiirr Httnkri
I, AIkx Martin, Jr., CnsIiIit of tin n.. nami
liauk, ilo solvmnly swrar Dial tint hU,, llt( '
in rut I truo to tho Itrst of my ktmvil.-,!.., hi,,iihi
AI.KX MAllTIN, Jit 1.,,'V;'
Sulirilinl ami sworn tn U'fnri' nif tlu i., ,1..
of January, llast.
Slf .. (' II Wltlii...w X
Notary I'ulitir f. r Ou(-on
E. R. RKAMES
ALEX MARTIN. JK.
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Basin
E. H. DuFAULT, Proprielor
Cholceat of Wlnea, Liquors and Cigars
t'atrra to tlio Iwtlrr class of trailt-, Willi nutloRi; U tAe4
tho most rritlral. You'll not If c tint iliiTrn-ocs lnr-
try It. Just the larr to ilmp in fr a rrfmUrj Ui
ago when you nr a stimulant lurr Uj"r if il
kinds for family traili a iM-daliy
Ready for Inspection
Our line of Carpets, Matting Tapestry,
Linoleum, Art Squares, Tabic, Lounge
and Stand Covert, is ready forinspec
tion. Something entirely new
Also Silk Floss and Feltolene MattresJti
Braas and Iron Beds-Adjustable pes
ell woven wire Springs, the only thiij
for hot weather.
Polshed OsjV Dining Sets and aU oik
W. H. DOLBEER
Successor to B. St. George Bishop
Phone-Store, 61 Residence, 105
CIIAH. K. WOKUKN
The American Bank and Trust ft
Kivcn .prompt attention. Ilusa
to and from all boats. I'honeltti
COLBURN & YOUNG
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