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50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY
THE EVENING HERALD
Imied tally, Kxcppt Sunday, liy tlio
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
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KLAMATH FALLS. MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST $ 1908
TIIK ritACTH'AIj St'HOOI..
Tlio mctropoll of OroROn linn tok
en n long step In advance In Itn nddl
lion to the public schools of thai city,
nnd It is to be hoped that Its example
will soon be followed by school au
thorities of other sivllons if the
l'ortliind's first frev public School
of Trader will open September H,
anil It Is expected that n full quota
of pupils will bo on hand to begin
Ihelr new work.
The now School of Trade will be
freti to all bo). It being under the
control of the name board that has
j prominent and his most Important
'labor has been to quell the rovolu-
tlonuu who wore plotting to remove
V. M. Cako as stato chairman, either
through resignation or bv eullon
As a reMlll of toufereiuc II has ln u
decided that Cake shall colli Hun- .it
the helm and direct the Taft mm
PIkii, with tlio iiMtiiraiict' of a eilul
Meeulle board coimlstlni: of lle
members. This was taken up with
Cake by wire, the latter being In
Iloslon attending the Supreme Lodge
bf the Knights of l) Milan.
On the Senatorial question Senator
Kiillon freely expressed his opinion
Heavy Freighting a Specltlty. Baggage Orders Arc
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & Storage
OftlCr M7 I
Having up-to-dulc ulano ........
trucks we solicit your PHONES
fine piano moving
KENYON & GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
MRS. T. A. BALIS, Merrill, Ore.
and this wa t tint I he l.i'culniiir,.
lharge of the rlty's other public In- :,,, , p,w, ,.,, K- n,ilml,rlaln
stltutlon of learning.
In the new school bos will be i .
"I do not believe that a Itepubllcan
I ..mI.UIlm .l...l.l ..! .. ,!..
i. ftl.lUIIII ,- IMIlMllll I'll',, tl Ift'llltf, (ill
to the Senate." he said.
electrical construction, macnine snop
practice, molding, mechanical and ar
chitectural drawing, arithmetic and
English, but no foreign languages.
Doth the studies and the hours for
taking them will be made to suit the
boy as near us possible. Instead of
making the lad fit Into a groote fixed
by the school authorities. This In
stitution Is for the wago earner, for
tho rank and file of workers. Instead
of for tho purpose of teaching loys
that they arc to be "bosses."
Modern machinery Is being Install
ed, all to be driven by electricity, and
each machine to hare Its Individual
motor, thus making a workshop free
from belting and shafting. Men who
have had years of experience In Port
land shops will be the Instructors In
the School of Trades.
(SIYKH t'ltKKIM TO IIIMHKI.K.
Sultan Abdul Ilamld has liberated
himself from the 31 jenrs of self
imposed bondage In the roal palace
and In an official decree announced
that henceforth he would appear on
the streets as freely as any private
citizen. A virtual prisoner since
1&77, when he established absolute
Ism, tho sultan by the recent granting
of a constitution to his people has al
so brought freedom to himself. Ho
believes bo can now appe-ir In public
with the utmost safety.
Closely following this decree was
another, equally as startling to the
representatives of the various pow
ers and more significant In Its possi
ble bearing on Kuropeun politics, thut
henceforth tho prince's Imperial fam
ily must observe monsgamy. Tho
sultan hopes by this to mako tho
princes of Turkey eligible for mar
riage Into the European dynasties.
Ho believes tho greatest protection
tho empire can have In tho future
would bo a union of tlio members of
tlio imperial family with tlio leading
powers of Europe. These two Inno
vations, coupled with tho discarding
of veils by the Turkish women, nro
tho most rcmarkablo and unusual re
sults so far apparent of the new con
As proof of the sincerity of tho sul
tan's conversion to 1 1 bum limn und
hi determination to regenerate) Tur
key it lias been announced thai be
will probably tour Europo for a study
of constitutional methods of govern
ment. This will be tho most radical
tep ever taken by a Turkish ruler.
FVVtOS 8KTTLEH TKOUHLI.'.
During his lxlt to Portland Sena
tor Kulton has succeeded In blocking
the game his friends put up to oust
Cake as state chairmnn. Kor several
weeks past a combination has been
forming to make matters so tropical
that Cako would resign, or this plan
falling. It was determined to capture
the state committee and throw him
out as chairman. One of Kulton's
closest friends sa)s that the prema-
Iturc publication of the plans spolleil
"T f4l ISI- . IHillllJ it. lin lNI f I'M
Fulton to hurry to Portland to
straighten out the situation and re
store the harmony which his lieuten
ants were cooking.
S. C. lleach, who wns the choice of
one set of Fulton's followers to suc
ceed Cake In the management of the
campaign, asserts positively that be
Is not an aspirant for the position
and doe not want It.
MOST or WOOL SOI.I.
Clip Not n Large n I'miuI. Hut the
Quality I (iiMMl.
J. Frankll, the wool bii)er, reports
that most of the choicest cuts aro
sold. About l,-J2.ri.O00 pounds will
be marketed hern this full, at about
The quality Is good. The clip Is
Htiort, because of the high prices pre
vailing last year for mutton, from '
to $r.r,0, which Induced many sheep
men to dispose of large portions of
their flocks. Another reavin for the
shortage Is duo to the establishment
of forest reserves nnd the vlgllanru
of the rangers In limiting the num
ber of sheep for pasturage thereon,
which further reduced tho f!orl:s ami
consequent clip. In tho long inn,
however, this way piovcs u benefit,
as tho quality of both the sheep mid
their clip will be better, owing to the
sheep being In u less crowded range.
I-cko County Examiner.
As I am going nwuy from Klamath Falls I
will sell all my household furniture, lieds,
tables, stoves, kitchen utensils, etc. It will
pay you to call and look over the goods.
J. H. DAKIN
Room 5 Navigation Co. Bldg.
I'lltsT liOI.lt llltll'K.
Mine (Inner of Hong llllrlit Send
On! I "In. I Cold.
The AtturnH Pl.ilmleiiler sas that
Mr. Crlgsby, of the. Hoag mining
JlntrUt, near New Pine ('reek. If,
miles south of Uikeview. has llnally
matte a lotiiplete dean up from his
It will hu remembered that .Mr.
(Jrlgsby built an aralu for the pur
nose of determining the kind of a
mill required lo Mite the value In
'lis mine. Six tons of ore were run
through, the iirimta saving oul oih
third tho assay uilue TIh-ho tailings
were saved and ejuiililed and Si. per
cent was sned. Tho yield from the
six tons resulted In a brick weighing
a fnu lion over $1000.
Kan Jom' I'leiisurc Heckcr.
In tho last fow days many things
have developed In Oregon politics af
fecting both tho Presidential cam
paign and tho election of a United
States Senator by the Legislature.
In all of these matters, United States
Senator Charles W. Fulton has been
C. W. Knowles, J. II. Enrlght, II.
E. Hull, I). I). Hanks, Dr. 11. C. Our
Inch and a few other parties left Sat
urday for Wumpler'B recort where
they will remain for seveial du)H.
They expect to make a trip to Crater
Lake and to visit most of tho points
of Interest In tho north end of the
county. They aro all professional
and business men of San Jose and
are out for a good time.
The August list of Edison records
Is In. Call an hear them at Mullers.
If 'you have u friend stick to Mm
rattier than stick him.
Choice cucumbers and tomatoes at
the Monarch Fruit Store. 29
lteHirl of the ('oliililliili of
Till: KI.AM.ITH t'Ot'XTV HAN
at Klamath Falls, In Hid State
Oregon, at the t Ioho of business
July ir.lli, 1 'JDS.
Loans-am! discounts. . . $2:!i,!i.'i),
Overdrafts, secured nnd
tinsei ured M.X' .'..::
Ilonils, securities, ele. . . f.0,1 7li.7.'
mid llxtures r,,iss.ni
Other real estate owned 1,'jii'.'. C
Hue from banks, (not
reserve hanks) 1 1 1,1 II.:!
Cheiks und other nub
Cash on hand :;:i,.' GO. (',:.'
Total ir,::::, i-a.93
Capital stock paid in.. $100,000.00
Undivided prollts, less
expenses und taxes paid I.Ii.'IK.f, I
flue to banks and baiikuni 2.X77.2I.'
led lo eheik :ifi.".:'!i::.S7
Demand (ortllliates of
Certified clucks 33.76
Cash let's cheeks out
Stale of Oiegou, County of Klam
I. Alox. .Martin, Jr., Cashier of tho
above-named bunk, do solemnly
swear that tho above statement Is
tl uo to the best of my knowledge and
ALEX. MAKTIN, Jit., Cushlor.
E. It. HEAMEH,
E. I. McCOIlMACK,
Huhscrlhed unci sworn to before mo,
this 31st day of July, 1808.
C. P CHASTAIN, Notary Public.
Not lie lit Hie I'lll.tle.
We, the undersigned merrhents of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, hereby agree
to close our places of huslni-ss, begin
ning on .Monday, Augutt 10, I V0.S,
at 7 o'clock p. 111., on all ds)s except
Saturday, (and from the loth lo the
Ctli day of J hi ember and during
county fair and from July 1st lo
Hblu- Urns, ft Co.
Van lllper Itros.
A. E. Cratice X. Co.
W. J. Ilreiinnn
The lloston Slore
Virgil fc Sou
The llrlrk Store Co
.Mrs. II. W. Fish
(!eo. It. Hum
Schallock & Daggett Co.
W. A. Calkins ft Co.
K. K. K. Store
The D Dnl
The Portlaud Store.
W. II. Dolbeer
Hunk k. Schneider
Stills Dry Hoods Co.
Huberts &. Hanks
(Ireeley It Phillips.
E. W. (lllletlo
(leo. T. llnldwlii
(J. T. Oliver
Farmers Implement ft Supply
I'or Kali Hnmeleiiil IMInqtiMiment
Four and one.hiilf miles from Mer
rill, Oregon; 1C0 acres femei!. 70
acre In cultivation, of which 13 acres
Is In potatoes, 1.1 acres re, 4 uires
barley, balance In wheal. Small bouse
nnd barn, good well, learn of sorrel
imnres. weight 2 6 no pound, One fine
Perclieron (oil, harness, new Htude
hakor wugon. I!'.'.: two milch rows
one cair, one yearling heifer, three
brood sows, 80 chicken. new co.tonth
harrow, H-lnch plow, two stovos,
noiiHi-iiuni nirnitiire, insiies and other
thlugii too numerous to mention. I
Price $1300. Would he chiup all
tliren times this price,
Enqillie of E. E. FITCH,
-S-lwk Merrill. Oreicou.
My first kiln of lime will bo burnt
ubout August 10th. I will h ready
to till all orders from I be 11 on.
27-3WI: (1EO IIIEIIN.
You will save money hy buying
sowing machines mid ull of your sow
lug machine supplies at Mulleru, cor
ner Main and Uth streets, 7-3 Itf
HIIUII sajH lie has the bent i
cream In town. If you are from Mis
souri atop In at the American Con-
Elvvood Steel Fences
We are in recent receipt of a carload of
the Famoui Elwood Steel Fencing and
Poultry Netting in all widths. Wo .stand
ready to guarantee every rod of Klwood
Fence we send out
Geo. R. Hum
Watson & Van Sickle
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
100 Deilgni by Fred Hodgion, Chicago's
Leading Architect, to Choose From
Woulxo furnish planH and niK-clllcatiotiM liy IIinIknoii at U'ltht
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DWELLINGS A SPIGIALTY
CALL WATSON, LAKESIDE INN
East End Meat Market
CRISLER a STILTS, Proprietor:.
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Krcnh and (,'urnl MealM aixl .Saiiwum of all knxlt
Wo hand la our meat In thomont modem n) in clean
l!nM and mirniumJInK". Try ui ami we will ! moit
happy to have yuu for a cuntomcr. ! Drlurry,
IlKHT K. WlTIIKOW,
Mapt, FUm, BIm rrlnu, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and IrrlgatlonEnglneers
Don J. Zumwai.t. C, K.
M. I.WI.I.IAM!. i-
Klamath Fills, Oregon
CIIAH. K. WORDKN
A. M, WOltDKN
The American Bank and Trust Co.
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Cor. 8th tad (Ala Street