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MARSH LANDS Oregon's richest soil.
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THE EVENING HERALD
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Herald Publishing Company
W. 0. SMlTll, Editor
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THE KLAMATH COUNTRY
luity, by mull ! month!
Incorporated November 28,
HHf, tiy mall, thrra months IU
'"r. ny mail. a mnnin. , .cm
IHUr, del It err! br earrwr, a wk, . ,14
Ham Tti HruiT. SotvJ lMtoflW tnonv f1i
vlru onler, wmml rhWk on your foral bank.
Statement of Condition
umr& coin, or oirrmcy.
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NKwarAt- Law or On to on. -potion 3W3ef
it tawa oC OitivN rovWw that whwwr any
Mitoirantrol1lnK a nawrapr ahall matl uch
n?wriir to any vwn tn this Ktata without
t'rt rwvlrlnc an crurr thrrofor, auf h nwwp
Sail lv ilvnwl to N a at it, ami no drbt or oUia
linn ahall amu acalnit aurh rrwn, whrOvt
aM twipr t mvtvawl by th t-r to hnm
It l artit or not,
WKDNKSOAV JUNK 3. 1P0H.
"The United States Reclamation
Service is preparing n series of
illustrated circulars Riving full
information regarding the sever
nl large irrigation projects al
ready completed or under con
struction. These circulars will
be invaluable to anyone thinking
of taking up irrigation lands on
any of the government projects.
Specific information will be
separately prepared for every
project. At the same time n
general circular will be prepared
for persons who desire general
information and do not know
where they wish to settle. Tlu
general circular will not go quite
as much -into detail as those
which deal with single projects.
The reclamation service daily
receives great quantities of let
tors asking information regard
ing its work throughout the
great west. The rule here-
toiore nas neon to semi out a
batch of information to nil in
quirers abaut all the printed
matter ever Issued by the ser
vice. To persons who were' es
pecially interested in n specific
project, this method was not al
together satisfactory, since it
gave them a great deal of infor
mation that wa3 of no immediate
value and failed to go enough in
to' detail regarding the partic
ular locations about which in
quiries were made. x
Instead of referring inquirita
to engineers in the field, officials
are now ashing all interested
.persons to write directly to head
quarters. A good deal of data
has already ben prepared and
the manuscihu descriptive of
some projects are completed. It
will be some time, however, be
fore the pictures are ready and
the vyork is sent to the pointer.
The illustrated circulars will be
issued just as soon as possible,
every effort being made to ex
pedite the work.
It is not neceesary to wait un
til official announcement is made
that these circulars are ready for
distribution. It is safe to say
that they will not be ready for
several weeks. Meanwhile any
one interested can send in their
names and have their requests
filed. When the new descriptive
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Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
DICKMBIR 31, 1007
ln and Dlacotintit $340.nrn nn
Honda and Securitlen
Ileal Estate, RulldlnKti uni
Fixture v ...
Cash and Sight KxchntiKu
Capital Stock, fully pnid
Surplus and 1'ruflta
Duo Other IUnks
I. Alf Martin, Jr.. Ca-lilvr f Dm al-.M,jmt,l
l.nnk, tin aulpinnly iwar that tli -Imjui ,t,i,.
mriit la Iron loth bl uf niykimwl.ili ntuiUh.r
HubarrilaHl ami atrurn lit l-fnrr itir 1 1., rik.l..
of January, I1MM. n "'
IHlf . '. II Witiimm
, Notary I'ulillc firOircnn
alu martin. jr.
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Basin
matter is ready t.ieir requests
for copies will be complied wl.n
In addition to preparing these
descriptive circulars, the recla
mation service also is making
preparations to tell prospective
settlers who desire to engage in
specific lines of farming where
they can do so to best udvintauc.
Where the questions cannot be
answered satisfactorily by
printed circulars the practice has
been and will continue to be to
prepare personal letters in ad
various columns and subtracting
others the statement sums up by
Hiving Bryan n final unstrotch'
able total of i'HI-C'J short of the
required two-thirds vote. The
allies will get at least iifg it fays.
The statement concludes: At
this time the trend is all for Gov.
Johnson, and his selection would
socm tobeassuicd, if the unin
structed delegates decide
E. H. DuFAULT, Proprietor
Choicest of Wlaea, Liquors and Clflin
Cattra to ttw twltrr elaaa of trailr. with mitKIn loeffml I
tM moat critical. , You'll nolle trio iliiicrmce ta re
try It. Juat the tara to ilrup In fur a rtfrriMrfUr.
ajra when you nei a itimutant l'utr IIJVi ct l3
klnji for family trad" (ecilty
The anti-Bryan publicity
bureau is out with a statement
of figures and arguments that on
its face proves conclusively that
the Nebraskan will be whipped
at Denver. After adding up
IN THE LITTLE PRINCESS
m W(57 ,aaak W
be the strongest candl
DR. WM. MARTIN
OlHcv nvrr Klamath County Hank
C F. STONE
Attorney at Law
,e OlHlcf hut iKtoillc.. Klamath Kalla,
in j i
You get more room, more cooking surface
and 'convenience than from any stove ever sold
In Klamath Falls.
E. VIRGIL 6c SON
Dealers in Furniture and'House Furnishings.
Bridge on Main street
The labor commissioner of
Kansas wants a salary paid to
ull children between the age of
ten and fourteen years, so they
may bo able to go to school while
helping support their parents.
Soft thing that( for the parents;
how families would grow under
the fostering cure of such a law.
The lattest addition proposed
to the luxury of travel is a bowl-
ing alley for passengers on
trains. It has been decided that
it is not practical to play billards
on fast trains, but the officials of
the Burlington system announce
the purpose of trying the bowling
Justice Kelly of the supreme
court, sitting in Brooklyn, de
clared thai he favored the
enaction of a law to curb mothers-in-law.
. Fifty per cent of all the
divorce casus that come before
him, he declared, are due to the
interference of parents.
All uicoiintH dint mo HiiiHl be icttlvd
by tiotu or cash within Ihlrly tUy or
.llicy will bu puhllilieij and noli) ut pull.
lie aucliun to the lillnil .bldilcr.
C. O. Wlllton,
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney al Law
KUmath Kail, Oregon
DR. C. P. MASON
Aliifticau Hank A. TrilM Coa IlulMInK
. Open Duy
Private Dininy Parlors
Oysters Served In Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
The Stills Dry Good Co. has ncelved
Call ond Imped the new line. '
Merr II. The town without boom.
WANTKD-WIII pay 2icciil.a piece
for good cltan gallon syrup caim and 2
centa for half gallon size. Koberti Si
" RIVER and
Tim lieat trout llnhinn In Oregon.
I. xi client iaToiiiuiadiillon for
Camping out fit Un ri-nt.
Special camping groiinda mid
boat for rent.
Fine iiaMuro for aluik,
Aicoinuiodatloiia to unto Crater
Will meet pirtlra at Klamath
FRANK SIX VIES
Klamath Agency, Ore.
Ready for Inspection
Our line of Carpeti, Matting Tapestry,
Linoleum, Art Squares, Table, Lounje
and Stand Covert, is ready for inspec
tion. Something entirely new
AUo Silk Flo and Feltolene MntlresKf
Braai and Iron Bedf -Adjustable pel
cil woven wire Springs, the only thiai
for hot weather.
Polahed Oak Dining Sets and all oak
W. H. DOLBEER
Succemr to a St. George Bishop
Phone-Store, 61 Residence, 155
CHA8. E. WOKDKN
A. M. WOKDKN
The American Bank and Trust Co.
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Cor. Stkaai Mala Stwet