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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY .N3Eo3
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT S25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMS
THE EVENING HERALD
ImiicJ Dully, Kxcopt Sunday, by tli
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
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Pally, by mull. ix months
Dally, by null. three months
Pally, by null, one inontli
Dillj.drlUerrJ by carrier, one week..
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KLAMATH FALLS. SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 29. 1908
.NOTICK hill l'ltII.H.'.TIOX. I
it, s. uuui onion, i.ui whin, uio
kuii. Jul) ir, 1 90S.
Notice. l horoliy Riven Hint Hui (
.State u( OrKn hii ,,ll',l ln tnl1 of
fleo ltt niilciitlotiH under tlm in
vlslous of tlin net of UuiiKrvi of
.Mutual II, IMS, iiinl tlm net sup
plemental nml niiiiMiiliitnry thereto, t
O.sn), for wtim fur thu fnlUinliiK described hinds, to-
l.Ut No. OSS, for i'iit'l4. Sec.
I nml nwUuwW. 9'f. . T. 33 3.,
It. SI R. V. M.
.OTICI-: KOU I'lrill.H'ATIOX.
I Not Coal l.atul,
t Dopnrtmoiit of tlm Interior, U.
vl.nnil Office nt l.nke low, Orcein.
August rt, 1 90S.
Nollro Is horoliy kIvoii Hint tier
Ituulo I. Iloltoiiinii, of Klnnmth I'nlU,
'Oregon, who, nu May 2G, I DOS, uindc
Tlmhor mill Kiune Aiuillcutlnii. No,
Its, (Sorlnl No,
Section 17.T 3S a. It. 10 R. W..M.
Itm tlloil notice of Intention to imiko
Ittinl proof, to cutnhllnh olnltn to the
In ml nhuu dcucrthed, boforti Count)
So our (Utiriso hna landed tho J it
illrlnl lum. I mil Bluil. of II. for
Oconto Nnlnml l n prince iiimmr.
moil Ho hut lone been n ri-iilriil
of this itiiinty. hut In .thoiio dsnx of
rapid crowth he may not ho rlntacil
iik nn ohl tlmor. During his rtsl
ilvnce horo ho linn made n host of
friends and they do not caro whether
lie Is a Democrat of n Hopnhlliiin
They are Kind that ho was iiiioliitrd
for ho Is well flinlirk-d for the pol
Hon and will undoubtedly mnke a
Just Judso and hnve the united sup
lirt of the local bar Tor nearl) n
quarter of a century Mr. Noland has
been n practitioner at the Oregon
bar and durlnp that time has boon
connected with many noted cases mid
1 had to launh nt this hero about the
A i .i. i nt road. Lord, hut that Is ;
Imi. It. Look at It liou. mid It Is
belter than It ever was before, mid
)tl the people have tit take In the
face brush '
Wlwt ha happened the Toil
to Knther an exhibit for the Seattle
fair. I hae not heard a word nbuut
It for some time. No ono seems to
know If nntthttiK Is beliiR done along
this line. I lime spoken to sou-nil
people and titer oom to think thai
the other follow Is doing somotlliu
The fair Is uIiik to bo held next tour
tnd if this county has an exhibit. How
ls the time to cot It readv It ih-v.-i
will do to cnd next tear's stilt for
It will be too late I believe that the
fair is to'ld-from the middle of luti"
..I,.... I nrnln.i u.tni. of 1I1.1 ablest laa-'to the middle of October The best
)ors In the stnlo. That he acquitted 'months will he August and Sept.-tn-lilmicir
In a manner that bronchi ber. That Is the time when most of
him fame mid a cixtdly supply of the- people will be there and )on '
worldly Roods Is welt known. Now, know that Klamath cannot send ant
that he has been elevated to the, HiliiR from here for that period, tin
bench it Is a flttlnR climax to a brll-Jless it Is collected this )ear. I am
llant career and ono that affords hls,KolnK to poke nrouml and see whnt
friends much pleasure. "' nu 0111 reinine to me ie-iiiR
on mis (pimtion. in my minn ti is
very lmMirlnnt for this county o be
properly representetl. j
Speaking of expositions. It remind-
me of the Sacramento Coneress.nheti
Clerk. Klamath Co., at his office, at1 l.tst No. OStl. for awUtiuV., See
Kl.itniitli I'alls, Oregon, on thu f.'th ' t. T. 31 S.. It. H R W. M.
(lav of October, I'JOS. An) mid nil persons clnlmltlR nd-
Clalinntit names as witnesses: versely the Intuls described, or ilealr-
Augusta J. Ila)den, V. V. Mend' Iiir to object becnuso of the mineral
etihall. Win. Ilellomaii, II. R llaydon, I character of tho land, or for mi)
THERE ARE REASONS WHY
You should ouy your Croccrlcs nt Vnn Riper Bros.
1st. They have the goods you want
2nd. Their Groceries urc always fresh
3rd. The price In within reason
ilL Yftaa llla.M MltitMn axwAmmm naikMiflla !'
fill. AIICJT UCIIVCI pilUllW VIUVIO lUUIIIfJUJ j
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROS.
Get the Habit Use Chase & Sanborn Coffees
ill of Klamath t-'ulli, OroRoti,
J N. WATSON,
s. 10-10-1 1 ItoRlster.
Did you know that there are a
pood many people In this town who
uro wondering who tho ltambler Is?
I have even discussed the question
myself with many and there are few
who select tho same innn. None of
them have Ruessod rlpht and It Is
dollars to tloiiRhnuts thnt they never
will. It would smII a Kood thltiR If
they did. for they nilpht hesitate to
tnlk as freely as they now do, a hen
I came around. You know- that I
Mid I would be Rlad to Ret letters
from an) ono who had a grievance.
I have received two already and both
were on the same subject There was
no grievance in either, simply good
words of cheor. They worn common
dntlons on the first article I wrote
about the curbstoncrs. As ono wrote,
I "bit the nail on the head .tnd 1
hope you will hit it nR.tin twlto In
tho same place." Well I will, and
more thnn twice. I am Ratherli n
lot of data about some of the emin
ent gentlemen of this town who have
been making it a practice to euchre
tho strasRer wherever they Ret u
chance and I want to tell you thnt I
a. teliluR some mighty Interesting
Information. Some of It may he a
little ancient, but like eRRS of that
character, It Is mighty stiong.
Now that we are going to have a
carnival, let us hope that ever)one
will got In and make It a success.
When tho proposition wns first spok
en 1 think It was over a year ago
nt a meeting of tho Chamber of Com
merce 1 then thought It wns n good
thing. Hut It seems it was oppoied
for various reasons. It has been dis
cussed pro and con all summer und
finally It wns taken up by a few of
tho business men of the town. Let
every business man take u hand now
and make It easy for those who have
started tho wheel and ulso add to Its
success. This carnival should not be
the last ono. It nhould bo an annual
affair. If tho committee has any
funds left over It ought to remain In
the hands of tho treusurer for use
next year, and when tho totinty fair
Klamath tounty clcnm-d up
hunch. Kveryone wns proud of the
result, but how few realized that It
was tho work of two men JmU'
llaldwln and I'rank Ira White Of
lourse, they had some help, but they
Rot right In anil dug. especially the
Judge. If there ever was a llnwter
from Hooslordom then that gentle
man Is Judge llaldwln When he
takes the hit In his teeth something
Is Ruing to start and It is not going
to stop until the cargo is delivered.
Whenever ho goes out of town there
H mi t-ho of Klamath In his wake,
ml that echo keeps Increasing until
it j.. to bo a regular cyclone that
sweeps good things Into the Inp of
Klnt.iaih. Here's to your health
Judge, may you live long unit Pros
per and never get tired boosting for
The 1'eltz Auto
Is for hlro nt reasonable rates to par
tie. Just as cheap to go in a auti
as In a stage II. K. l'Kl.TZ. Pine
and Cth streets. 7-31-8-31
XOTICK FOU I'I'lll.lfMTIO.V.
(Not Coal I -a ml )
Department of tho Interior, V, 8
Land Olllco at Uikevlew, Oregon
August lt, l'JOS.
Notice Is hereby given that Dunn
W. Uursell, of .Merrill, Oregon, who,
on Dec. 1C, 1 10 J, made Homestead
Kntry, No. 333: (Serial No. 03S3).
for se'i. Sec. 13. T. 27 S., It. 10 i:
W. M., has filed notice of Intention
to mnko Dual Cuiiimutatloti I'roof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Register and Itereiv
er, at I.aku'.lew, Oregon, on thu Cth
day of October. 130S.
Claimant names as witnesses:
.Mark Howard, of Merrill, Oregon,
Frank Johnston, of Klamath, Kails,
Oregon, Itoy Whitney, of Klamath
Is being held, then tho street carnival trolls, Oregon, Clias. Wagar. of Klutn-
Hhould bo on ut tho same time. H 'uth Kalis, Oregon.
gives tho people uotnethlng to do In I - . . . J. N. WATSON,
tho evening. I hnvo discussed Ihls'jt-Sl' lien-Ivor.
fiutiiro with a few business men und ' .
they ull agree that this should bo so ; WOO ACItl.S l-'ltKK.
The ono thing, howovei, that Is llrut i
on (lie program is to make the cur- Tbe Lakotldn company bus I'iOO
ucu-s of land under the Adams ditch
that It will give RKNT FllVK for
ono year. This Includes tho use of
tho land and water. The renter must
nival this year a success.
I heaid a man commenting this
morning on tho urtlclc I wrote nbuut
tho condition of the county roads, j clear and pinto tho'land In culutiva
and I must confess that I foil flatter-1 Hon. The renter gets nil tho crops
ed. "That cuss known whnt Pe Is i but wo resorvo thu right to pasture
talking about," ho Mild, "I hnvo been 'tho sttlbhlo.
over tneso roaus tor u goon inunyi -snu hhh-mmc i.uihiwhj.
jearu and I must confess that I nev
er saw anything to equal that por
tion that has boon repaired by Phil
lips. Ho thinks ho Is doing tho prop
er thing, I guess, but when tho ruins
come then thoro is something going
to happen, only It will be to tho fel
low who has to pull through- It with
n heavy load. I doubt If even a light
bugs)' will bo able to got ' through.
Frank Adams, Manager,
Hotel with everything now, dining
room kitchen, eight rooms, parlor;
Uuo-patronage," feeding from ISO to
200 dally. Inquire at Hotel Dorrls;
Dorrls, California. 8-5tf
OIIMNKYS AND KIKK
ri.Aci: a si'KciAi.rv
other reasons, to thu dlsposnl to ap
plicant, should ntu their affidavits of
protest In this office, on or before the
10 day of September, l'JOS.
J N. WATSON.
7-II-9-11 lleglstor ,
H. . CHILDERS
KLAMATH FALLS, OKEGON
Contracting ana Jobbing
Kirstclats Line of Plumb
ing Specialties and first
A. O. U. W. Building
The U-t trout tUhltiK In Oregon.
Kicellriil sivi'iiimsiUtloin fr
t'sniliiiig KUtllta (in rrnt
."l-rclil otiipiiiK itriiiinils stul
iMtst ler rent i
Kine ps'tiire (or sleek. j
fi-li'plimir con net I Inn. i
Acvoiiiinialsliiiiis to go to Crstrr j
Will tni-t-t jtirtles nt Klsnmtli
Klamath Agency, Ore.
El wood Steel Fences
We are in recent receipt of a carload of
the Famous Elwood Steel Fencing and
Poultry Netting in all widths. We stand
ready to guarantee every rod of Elwood
Fence we send out
Geo. R. Hurn
"I TiHetl to think u
not bo nmdo but
certoinly in IT"
For sale at ill Irvllnc
) UioMrance driuk Unda
For Sale by
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Mills Addition were offered
ut bargain prices a number of shrewd inves
tors bought; since that time values have
These Lota 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
TAHLK PADDING-You will Mini
it nt (lillett's
E. W. GILLETT S CO.
it Heavy Frclrihtlnrt a Spcdtlty. Barigaric Orders
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Having up-to-date olano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
KEN YON & GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
f Sheffield Marine I
Buy a good Engine for your boat. Easily run.
Among other owners here, .Mr. K. I. Hamilton Iioh one
,i Write tm for prices and catalog. Wc arc thu manufacturers.
r FAIRBANKS MORSE 6 COMPANY
1st and Stark Sts., Portland, Oregon.
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STILTS, Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Krmb ami C'urt-0 Mrata ami SaUMK of all klmN.
V bandit) our meats In tho mont modem way In clean
lliivia and aiirruundlriKS. Try us and we will lie moil
huppy to liavtt you for a customer. Krrv Delivery..
llOS J tXMAIT,
Mips, runt, Blucifrinti, Itc.
K. M. limn,
Vlcivl'iun. and Tti-i3
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
lltkT K WiTitscw, Secretary
Klamath Falls, Oregon
CIIAS. K. WOUDKN
The American Bank and Trust Go.
Cor. sta and Main Stmt