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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
THE EVENING HERALD
limed Dally, Except Sunday, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
Hotel with over thing new, dining
l room kitchen, elaht rooms, nnrlor:
filno patronage, food lug from 160 to
-00 dally. Inquire nl Hotel Dorrl.
Uorrli. California. 8-5tf
lMllv, liy mall, niio year
ltolly, liy mall, fix month
Daily, by mail, three month
Pally, by mall, one month
Pally, drlltern! by carrier, "lie evW
notici: nm phii.rutiox.
KLAMATH .FALLS. THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST
not "rprlo mo
1 1).'. i it d hen.
If thi' Kimm
I have noon
.Sol Coal Und.
Department of thu Intorlor. II.
Uuid Office nt l.nkevlcw, Oregon.
August 0, I'.m.v
otlce I hereby glon Unit tier-
utile I Hcllemati, of Klamath Kit lis,
jiy Ori'KOii, who, on May '.'5, urns, made
I ritnbor und Stone Application, No,
im. tf .'rial No. u:sa). for leV
Mellon 1T.T. 38 S.. It. 10 K., W M.
'in tiled notUo of InteiitUin to nuiko
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1 Hail to inilRIl last evening Simmy owiioiiie oi mi" Mini' t'esionng no- ,m !.( , .1.11)111111 claim to the
lifter thn Herald made It nppen .inr.'ilng on here llocnuso Mr Hiirrliunii ' nlll) uuilvt. ,l,.crlbod. before ('utility
es-'ls n tn.in m moan u iiiiuoitni iibiiio
on the strict. One of the rvl
tate men kIiom' name una tnoiui.ined I no rentmn wb lie ilmuhl In- on
to me III the cotieratloii on the dm k 'crouched iiihiii He should be tleat
wtnl Into the air when he read the ml with the nmo kindly cousUli"-.!-mtlcle
He wan In faior of ilillns Hon that nnvone olw ieeeloi lion
.the turb-stonersi" out of town oil a Wilting till tiiunt) He aliuulil tie
ii.ll. He thought, boecr, that the, let ulone and be I'ermltted to gel
Herald wa In poor limine publlt.li-j much etiJotnent nut of hi wtr.itlot.
Inp uch artUle. for they had n ten-! a It I powlble for one man tn pet
t'oncy to hurt the town. He then 'out of one thins If he want any
proceeded to rip tin paper up the thins he will ink for it; then Kite It
luck In mure way than one. nuil'to him. but mull then let him rest In
Clerk, Klumath Co , at lid office, nt
latnath Knll. Oregon, on the l-'tli
:ta of October. I DOS.
Claimant name an ultiioue:
Augusta J. Haydeti, V. V. Moud
'iitiull. Win. Helleman, II. K. Ilaydun,
ill of Klamath Knlls, Oregon.
J. N. WATSON.
The Ut t roil t iWilnit In Oregon
Kcelleiit aiveiniiiadalium lot
I'miipii- nultlta Im lent
fpecul t'iuilnit nitiiindi mid
Uial for rent.
Klne lutMiife bit stock.
AiTocmiiiilntlonii In pi to Crater
Will meet pittlr at Klainath
Klamnth Agency, Ore.
THERE ARE REASONS WHY
You should ouy your Groceries at Vun HI per Bros.
1st. They have the floods you want
2nd. Their Groceries lire always fresh
3rd. The price Is within reason
4th. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROS.
Get the Habit Use Chase G Sanborn Coffees
NOUCK Ftill I'llll.lCATIO.V.
It, owing the facta na I did. It w.i
amusing In the eureme. Till gen
tUmun had better keep hi -lolln
it: or he may ee hi name In print ,
If you will iublili it.
1 n present yesterday afternoon
when the Carnival Commltteo pre-'
nntcd their ubcrlptlon list to one
ol the bualnc men mid lifter too
two cent lemon took their departun.
I listened with Interest to the com
ment made on the matter. One of
tlir men ald.
I wirvi: cot a THi.r.i'iio.vi:
UV'u' Rot ii telephone .it hut.
And Kite I iiilte content
She twits the new come In ho fast
She hasn't pent n cent
Tor literature of any klm' -'
She hear the neighbor tell
So much of thine that're going on.
She listens for that bell.
And, when ome one begin to talk.
Contractlnft and Jobbing
Kirstctas Line of Plumb
inir Specialties and first
A. O. U. W. Building
TAHLK PAODINCi You will lintl
it at fiillolfa
E. W. GILLETT & CO.
One would naturally think that j hhe lake receiver down.
I would dUlike to place my name on And then he know how eiorytliln
that llt. but I am clad of the opnor , I KoInK on In town,
unity. Thl moveiuvot Is a kimhI ont IM like to tine thu phone otuotlme
rd I hope that It will result In the' And Ket the price of crnln.
uroet carnival feature belns n per- And rail the Went her Ilureau up.
mancnt addition to the toutity fair
er.ch year We have had no nttnu-j
tlons In thi city durlnc the past
.ar It I the lenst the people of'
Klamath Kali can do to offer soinei
tdipht mean of enjoyment for the
IMoplc from the country. They ex-
And learn when it will rain.
Hut nil the women on our line
Have Kot to much to ;iy.
I wait and wait, while other men
Are drawinc In their hay.
And then I say a word or two
And wish that telephone
Wa an where but In my house.
Or I'd a line uloiio.
AtiK'iat Kami Journal
Met it and ouRht to have It and the
organization or Individual who a-,
h.rtH In anythltiK of that kind nurihl I
1 i hae the cordial aupport of the
luminous men of the town, for they
are the people who illrectly bcueilt
fiom their work."
Thi I quite in (ontrast with what
I heard an hour or o later "There
cc.me a damned subscription list, I'll
lit" He wa not disappointed for
ii wa the Carnival Committee. Now
til fellow did Co down for a mc.tll
amount, and he will benefit more
than any other name that was on the
list up to that time. He grouched
uround to the two committeemen awltned In the hull
If he was maklnc them a present, (performance oxieodud
U. S. Land Ulflce. l.nkcvlow, Ore
gon, July IS, 1j0S.
Notice I hereby Riven that the
St.ite of OreRon ha filed In this of
tied It application under the pro
vision of the act of ConRrcsa of
Vugust II. ISIS, and the act sup
plemental and amendatory thereto,
for the follow InR described lands, to-jflt:
1.1st No. OSS. for seUiwW. 8ec. i
I and nwijnwi;. Sec. 9, T. 33 8.,'
II. 21 K.. W. M. ,
l.lst No. OSS, for swUuoV;, Sec.
J. T. 31 3., It. H K. W. M. ,
Any mid all persons claiming; ad
versely the lands doscrlbed, or deslr-'
Ine to object because of thu mineral
character of thu land, or for any ,
ther reiuons, to the disposal to op-1
(illcuut, should file their nllldavlta of
urotesl In this office, on or before (ho .
10 day of Septombcr. I90S.
J. N. WATSON.
-2 -9-1 1 Itcflstor. I
1 1 Heavy Freighting a Spccltlty. Baggage Orders Are I
Given Prompt Attention i
l 0. K. Transfer & Storage
CHI.MNKYH AND FIIIK
lIJtCK. A SI'KCIAI.TY
H. E. HOLDERS
KLAMATH FAU1, OUOON
Having up-to-date olano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
,i KEN YON 6 GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
1 fr'fr'C '
Buy a good Engine for your boat. Easily run.
AmotiK other owner here, Mr. K.I'. Hamilton linn one
Writo u.h for prices nntl catnlojr. Wcnrethemnnufncturem.
.sut i oif ill I Yrfnriimiu .
The Godfrey famll hate cheu
two vry successful perfonnani" In
i"l ii The entertrlumcntii Rlteti b)
he nimblnatlon are pronounced to'
.in lit; the best that have boon
C.von in qulncy durltiR the past year
ll.o iiirobatlc and other ierformance '
of the (iodfrey children elicited mm h
atplause. and the nerpeutlne dance
b Mrs. (iodfrey wa one of the most
attractive features that hate been
C. F. STONE
. Attorney at Law
I Olfilce over iwstotnce, Klamath Kails,
j TcLirHONk 19
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Kails, Orecen
DR. WM. MARTIN
Office orrr Klamath County Hank
DR. C. r. MASON
American Hank A Trust Co.' HuiMintt
FAIRBANKS MORSE 6 COMPANY
1st and Stark Sts., Portland, Oregon.
-.,-........ ...- . awu ... HMn .
One would thluk thnt they were the, the kind It ha been tin- privilege of
ones to be benefitted Instead ol lie this community to we In acrobatic
himself. That brine to mind past I u ats. Mr. (iodfrey alwa has pleas-i-unts.
A couple of year ago It wusito, and his appearance In (Julnry this
not difficult to ro out and raise a time has been no exception in the
thousand or two dollars without mi)- 'rub Quint-) llulletln
ci:o maklnc a kick. It was o easy'
tLut there was a cra:e aloni; that The lVltz Auto
lino. Naturally the business men Kot !
' 'ii' a I
tiled. Then came the row oer the
collection und distribution of one of
the funds. That was the climax and
It was a Kood one, for It cleared the
atmosphere, gave the business men n
i cat, set the precedent for the pub
lication of all subscription und u
public accountlnK of the expendi
tures. The kick referred to was the
only one that the finance tommltteu
rot in their trip yesterday and it
piobably will bo the only one they
will get. The business men
Is for hire at reasonable rate, to par
ties. Just as cheap to go In a auto '
as In a stage. II. K. 1'Et.TZ, Pine
and Cth streets. 7-31-8-31 I
XOTICi: KOIt 1'1'IIMCATIO.V.
(.Vol Coal Utnd ) j
Oopartiui'iil of thu Interior, I' S.
I.und OMlce at I.ak'ivlfw, Oregon
August l!i, 1&08.
Notice is hereby given thai Dunn!
n. iiurseu, 01 .iiernii, ureKuu, wiiu,
realize Ion Dec. IC, Ibnt, mudo HonioMt.iid
that everything Is going to be open
and above board; that they will get
a square ileal; that something ought
to bo held this year and they ure
ready to pay the tiddler
1 see by the pnpem that Coos ilay
Is going to have to wult for its rail
road until Central Oregon ha been
eccoiumodated. That brings to mind
Hie presence In our county of Ml Mai k Howard, of Merrill, Oregon,
Hnrrlmaii. Ills being heio has al j.'rank Johnston, of Klamath, Kails,
iCMtly resulted In much benelll forlnhcVo'n. Itciy Whitney, of Klamath
Kails, Oregon, Chas Wagar, of Klam-
lI uxc'd to think a
not bo mudo but
eertuinly ix IT"
Kor sale kt all Inudinst
) Uuiperauce drink stands
East End Meat Market
CRISLER a STIL1S, Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Kresh and Cured Mont ami Sausages of all kinds.
We handle our meats In the most modern way In clean
line and surrounding. Try us and we will be must
happy to hate, you fur a customer. Kreo Delivery.
Don J. Zi'wmmt,
Maps, rUaa, Bluttfrinta, lie,
K. M. Itinn,
Vice-i'ics. and TtrasJ
Uiitry, No. 332ii (Serial No. 0383),
for .o!J, Sec. 13, T. 37 8 It. 10 K'.,
W. M., has filed notice of Intention i
to muko final Cumiiiutatlon I'roof, to
establish claim to the laud above de
scribed, before Register and llecelv-'
er, at Lukevlcw, Oregon, on the nth
day of October, 1'JOS.
Vor Sale by
Clalmuul nameH as witnesses:
atb Tall. Orezon
.2300 ACUHH FBKE.
Klamath county and Is going to re
cult In a great deal more, provided
tho people here do not lose tholr
Lead. I was talking some months .j1
ago with a gentleman who resided nj
the name town wherein Mr Harrlman
has his homo In thn East I have'
forgotten the name of the place Ho T)l(, iiid,, company has 2600
told me that when Mr Harrlman ,Ut;reMand under tho-Adaras ditch
first went tnero that some of the peo-' tnat )t wlu Elvu nn.N'T FItEB for
pie lost their heads and began to bv- 0He year. This includes the use of
nee iu V.wu u. mv iiu tn Iamj ana water. The renter muBt
meant millions to them. They nn-lciear Mlx pnco tj10 and n cuutlva-
noyed him with their attentions and. (ton,
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
pestered him In many ways. The
result Tras that It was quietly gUon
out that If ho was not let alone he
would find some placo else to live In
And he meant It, fob. Now It would
The renter gets all the crops
but wo reset ve thu right to-pasture
The lakeside Company,
J. Frank Adams, Manager,
When blocks in Mills Addition were offered
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
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
lltkT K With new, Secretary
Klamath Falls, Oregon
CIIAH. K. WOKDKN
A. M. WOIIDEN
The American Bank and Trust Go.
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