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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY .N3Eo3
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMS
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THE EVENING HERALD
Issued Pally, Except Sunday, by tlm
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
killy, by mall, one year fit1)!
Pally, by mall, six months .... . " Wl
lUllv. by mall, three month I "
Pally, by mull, one month , M
Pally, delliered by carrier, on ncek 15
Hotel with t'H'i-.WMtiK now, illnlnt:
room Kitchen, eight iwiiih, pnrlor;
'lino piilrmtUKe, feeding fiutn 130 to
, J00 dally. lniiilro ut Hotel Porrls,
j Oorrls. Cnllfortiln. .vMt
; Minn: rem itiii.icatio.v.
KLAMATH FALLS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 'X. 1908
i Tills thine, kept tip oer ilny I was
i (In- nily getting llercer iintl fiercer
I have tiluajs Iintl n notion that 1 1- i I ur, until I nm furred to Hike
ivii M write iii: well for n noM.papor JroiUKO on the bout timleht.
u h the fellow who published It. niul ntj "I hno seen enough of the mini
limes felt almost euro that I lould try to knur t lint it l all rliil.t. Ion
do n little belter tliRti he did It lfeii men mn sum! this umtlmial
with all of tho first belief and n little, hounding. Wherever uu go nu
f the latter Hint 1 auhmlt for your.tlnd either u teal estate man or a i
Nut Coal IjiihI.
Drpaititioiit of the Interior, I'. 9.
Land OIIIcp at"l.ukoleu, Oregon.
August 0, I90.V
Nutlro la hereli) glvon that Her
ti.ide I. llellciuHii, of Kbimiith I'nlls,
Oregon, who. on May S6, r.ios, made
I'ltiibor and Stone Aiillentlon. No
ll.i. I Serial No USS3I. for jtiel4
Section IT.T 3S . . I! In i: , V M
has 111 wl notue of intention to nuke
final proof, to CritnhlUh rlulni to the '
'ntnl above described, before Count) '
Clerk. Klnmntli Co, nt Ills olllie. nt
Klnnuhh Falls, Oregon, ou the I'.'th '
Jay of October. I90S.
Claimant name tin witnesses-
The U1 Html iMiiinr in On ,-"ii
l'Xll'lll'Ml lUVeilllllHdlltlolH i"i
I'uiiipliii: uiittlls lm lent
.'pei-itl cmiiplnil liioiiiida nnd
boulK fur lent
I Hie iitiiie fur ! k.
AiioiniiiKilitioii. t ," ' I inlet
Will meet piitii'K ut KUniilli
Klamath Agency, Oiv.
I - " " " , 41UKUPIH U. IliOUeil. .in nil-
(onalderatlon the few remarks I ,itml pigeon Had I liwn a stranger. nbnll .Win. Ilulletniui. II. H. Hindoo.
til uf Klnmnlh lulls, Oregon.
THERE ARE REASONS WHY
You .should ouy your Groceries nt Vnn Klpcr Bros.
1st. They huvc the goods you want
2nd. Their Groceries nre always fresh
3rd. The price Is within reason
4th. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROS.
Get the Habit Use Chase 6 Sanborn Coffees
hae to make herein nnd if they meet 'o the mime I might have looked up.
with jour approval and are published on their tactic In a different light.'
It will give sulllclent encouragement bill I tiae been up against It no of
to try It ugiiln nnd again until ou tin that I could near!) iiIii)h tell
sa) "quit " what the net nwio wait going to n
I take the mime of Itatnbler for Hit and this town linn about the crudest
reaion It fills the hill. The ltnmbler 'bum h of curb-stone real estate men!
I to be the fellow who atlrn around I have ever met. They nre a serious
fiom plate to plaro and from permit! ICi trlim'tu to the growth nnd dew I ,
to person for the purpose of Rather- .opuient of (he town nnd roiiutr) and
I ni; ntotna of Information. With theae'iintll the) thango their pl.uiH or go!
alums ho forma a few thotiKhts with tout of hutduea niiiiu men will do h
which to burden ou and also our'l am doing Kit out."
t tailors. As a matter of fnrt what If He kept on In thin strain until the'
write will not be so nine!' what I lo.it urrivol and he got on nnd slay
think na what the "peeplea" think
' iKt'pleH who bulled1 they hate the
'ni there too.
that did not
Ho said a lot of Ihltiss ,
Miund pleaslnc to tb i
Norm: nm itiii.kmiiu.v.
U. S. Land OClrc, Ijikeilew, urt
Koti, July 10, 100S.
Notice la hereby Kid'" that tho
Stat of Oregon has lllud In this of
flro 111 oppllcatlutia under the pro
rl-lons of tho act of CoiiKresa of
August II, ISIS, nnd the acta sup
Wloiiiont.il. and nmendatury thereto,
for the following described lauds, to
Alt: Mat No. OSS, for ioSii, liec
Im1. nr id. rti I ti .. kltiintlnli nml until :.r,r nn.l 'untilil liutl: uiifsi. 111 lirlfil
. fin. I .n,r... ,nr.nn. ,.f lirlnptnir tlielrlll.. .11.1 M,,t I1.M.U1I1. I,, in. .nil, 1.. It!,tura ',UU ""'" "
....v .... .,-... w. ....-.. . , ,... . . - . .. . ' It. 2 t K.. W. M.
lUCaa Uviore !lie puunr. iiw i uui unu llie iiruivri; nun nm Kiiin:Keii.
Koine to try and be that means.' and I may have occasion to t
Contracting ana Jobbing
Kirstctuis Line of l'tunil
Init Sx'cl.ilttea mid llrnl
A. O. U. W. Uulldlng
it at (lillutt'.s
-You will find
E. W. GILLETT & CO.
Heavy Freighting a Spccldty. Baggage Ordera Are
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Huvlng uptolate piano
trucks wc solicit your
line piano moving
List No. 0SC. for s ',i no U . Sec.
a .komcthlni: more ahout this particular
o that part of the ronenatlon Inter. I
13, T. CI S.. It. II H. W. M.
I will keep my Identity hid under
bushil" or aomethlnR else, so that part
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11 win noi uazcie or eiuurais iium-1 iiiiuk. iiuhi-ht, i imf- iniiue mis' ..... ... . . i v
. . , . -. ., , , I, , .... .1 1 Ibk to object because of tho mineral 1
th whom I may hae the RiMid for-'loiiK enotiKh now at least for the1 ,.,.,,. . '."
. . , . . i. : ,. ,. !,,. . character of tho land, or for n iY
tunc to come In contact. 1 want to flrat one. If It la published I mat' ' f
... . . . ... . . . . .. . . . other reasons, to tho disposal to ap-
I nd out Just what their real Ideas extend It on future occnlon. ;, , , . , . ,. ' '
, . ii i i ' pllrant. should 0lo their aindavils of 1 7.
iirv, ilUU JUII huiiw U9 "I'll 111 mw ,
An nnd all peraoua claiming ad j
rerauly tho lands described, or deslr
i in: ;i.v;i:i:
that If a fellow thought he was talk-I
Inc to uonn-one who wan Koine lo
put what to aald in tho jiapor hei
would change his modus operandi! (Kami Journal i
liistauter and hand out a lot of It rained marl) all through June,
Rush." I am not after the latter.) It rained in July with fresh Kier,
I am nfter the real atutl uflvr what j And ever wet day somebod) would
Jones thlnka of Smith, of Hrown or
8cme other Irnixirlant subject. Of
enurae, I will not mention names nor
p.acea where It Is KoInK to stir up
trouble, but I am coltiK to let the oth
er fellow know, iim near as I can, what
the other 'fellow thinks of Mm. Ttls
may be. a little ambiguous, hut you
That "thli la the elearlnc-up sho
wer." Duty calls; Idleness wblatliM.
A draw back la better than n :
Cieiry fathers and tuotlieri innki
protest In this onice, on or hefora the
10 day of September. 190S'.
J. N. WATSON.
7-2 l-U-1 1 Ut-Klster
C. F. STONE
Attorney nt Low
Otlilce o it Mtolhce, Klamath Kails,
CHIMNIs ,Mi HIlK
H. E. CHILDERS
KLAMATH TALLS, OHEGON
$ KENYON & GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
I Sheffield Marine
Buy a good Engine for your boat. Easily run.
AmuiiK other owihth liurc, Mr. K. P. Hamilton lion ono
Write im for prices ami cntnlojr. Wcarcthcmanufacturcrit.
DR. WM. MARTIN
Olllce over Klamath County Hank
FAIRBANKS MORSE 6 COMPANY
l.sL and Stark Sts., Portland, Oregon.
will know wbnt I mean If anyone"'nppy I'oys anil glria.
has n grletance and will drop a lice, 7,,,. brlRhtest ihundnrboli
lo Tho Kambler. In care of the llsr- frnm 4i,0 ntirkest Wy.
aid. I will aeo v.liat I can do for lilm .. . .
;.i,i.wt ,.f ,..,. .I.nl .,.. " '" ""t "
llih this letter. As to who 1 am or,
what I am that is for tho "other fel
low" to find out.
I was standing on tho dock last
nlfiht. walling for tno boat to tome
lu, when a fellow started to talk to'
11. ) about Klamath Kails and Klam
tilt county. Ho was a newcomer I
here been hero nearly n week aud '
km tiled to think that I was ono also.
I let him think bo In ordor that he.
iiiiKiii proven; uuuurueu iiiuibuji, iiuj.1,,.
Bteniea 10 nave a grievance.
"Do you know that thli Is the
blanket) blankest town I hato ever
Icon In. I have Kone Irom Malno to
California and Northern Canada to
tho Gulf and 1 had to tome to Klnm
uth Kails to get tho worst dost; I ov
er got In my life. I am polng out In
the morning. I am wuitlm; for the
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Kails, OregoM American Hunk A. Trust (
DR. C. P. MASON
what Is best
Jo, J out wait a hit.
If you have a friend stick to hls
rat her. than stick him.
When aro the uplcea noisy? When
Km hear tho Klngorxtiaps.
No man climbs tho Iaddr of fame
with his hands In his pockeia
The IVItz Auto
Is for hire at reasonablo rates to par
Just as cheap to go In a autr
as In a stage. II. K. PKL.TZ, Pine
and Cth streetR. 7-3 1-8-3 1
StmVK FOIt I'l'IIMCATION.
(Not Coal IM-itid )
Department of tho Interior, l S
I.tind Ofllco at Lakevlew, Oregon.
August 19, l'JOS.
boat to corny and as soon as she pulis j Notice la hereby given that Dunn
1.-1 to the Jock I get on and will kliy.W. Uursell, of .Merrill, Oregon, who,
on until sho leaves. Why? Because, on Dec. 10, 1'jU4, madu lloincaU-ad
I am afraid to go back to tho hotel, tKntry, No. S33H (Serial No. OZS.I),
to go down the main ptret-t, to 1,0 for bo1.;, Sec. 13, T. 37 S., It. 10 K ,
rj.ywhero fur fear aoiui follow vill,W. M., has filed nollt-o of Intention
fclltk his card under my nose ar.U I to mako final Cominutiition Proof, to,
fry "Are you a stranger here?' That
taid has tho name of some real es
tate dultor 011 It n follow who thinks
that hecauro a man com en Into tho
town ho Ih 1 olng to bo uueker ennuiih '
to buy nil or tho gold hrlcha ihnt hid
in the ontlfj country
"As a matter of fatt 1 tamo for tho
I irpoue of looking over' tho country
nnd If it was halt as good as I had
bren led to bollovo I would make
uome investments. "I did go out With
n couple of real estate men. I would
in sooner bet back to town beforo !
van grabbed by another He seomed
l know wh'ere' I weht VO, tho "duros
I saw, what the prlco wan and nil
ubout it, and the first thing he nould
do would be to start In and run them
Into tho ground. Ho had tho only
1 ml, good, all-wool and yard-wide,
proposition and ho would like to take
1110 out to It, What struck mo us bo
lus; strange was tho fact that what
one man had to offer was so bad .and
his could be so good, yet all of them
practically in the same territory.
establish claim to tho land above dc
scribed, before Iteglster unil Itecelv
er, at I.nkevlow, Oregon, on tho .Mil
day of October, litOS.
Claimant numtg us Wi'nesHea:
Mark Huwiud, of .Merrill Oiegon, '
Kintik Johnston, of Klamath, Kails,
Oregon, Itoy Whitney, of Klamath 1
Kails, Oregon, Chas. Wagar, of Klanv
ath Falls, Oregon
J N WATSON.
B-fiSsj sair ft f f i i a vtiiti Z
wlllfflr!wffir S aK KONl.NTOXICATIMI
ViSMmk U siH "r uhimI id tiiii.k a
wIIuZk&'Ww A iB root "'-ito.i- Z
IfcTlllwl'l 4Bv v H (a''nr 'HiUl' ttouM K-
ffvlvv W illV not bo imtila bat t
Wml u i'i t LH M ALTON A i
Wh Vv- 'ix trim sH ,,!r,1,in,.v u IT"
SSfcVSwwMJ4 IV s5 tinjieriii.B drink ntntida fl
lSSVIIOIITH PACIFIC I i
NNVC$NWt sM. ATORIA, OREGON M Z
V. 11 -
rur nun; uy
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East End Meat Market
CRISLER 6 STILTS, Proprietor
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Kresh nnd Cured Meat a and Hauaagea of all kinds.
We handtu our tneata In the most modem way in clean
liness ami stirroundinga. Try ua and wc will bo most
happy lo have you for a customer. Krre Delivery.
1 ; vo)
I 'o J. Ziiimn, AUmiwrnnitnA K. M. llt'Hti.
I'resnhnt raiyajn aavauip Vito-I'rri. and Ticas,
Mips, nans, Bliwfrrlntt, tic.
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyor! and Irrigation Engineer!
IlKkT K Wiriiutw, Secretary
Klamath Fall, Oregon
'MMi ACIIICN FltFK.
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
Tho l.'akesldn company has 3500
acres of land under the Adams ditch
Hint It will give KENT FIIEB for
one year. This Includes the use of
tho land and water. Tho renter must
clear and place the land In cultiva
tion. The renter gets all tho crops
but we reserve tho right to pasture
Tho laikesldo Company,
J. Frank Adams, Manager,
When blocks in Mills Addition were oIRtciI
at bargain prices a number of shrewd inves
tors bought; since that time values have
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reason
to anticipate an advance in prices. Remem
ber these lots are FIFTY feet in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep-more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
FRANK IRA WHITE
Office on Fifth Street
CAPT. O. C. APPLEGATE
CHAS. K. WOKDKN
A. M. WOKDKN
The American Bank and Trust Go.
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