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50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TER1
Ifsucil Dully, Kurpt Suml.iy, by tin-
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
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KLAMATH PALIS. SATURDAY. SEITKMBKIt f.. 1908
"ALASKA WIII-IT" f.W.Utlt.
lari'ful mill niruriili ihenilral test
Hi : .nll bo iiilaU'iulliii: If tin- rt
!! i M ii should bom) lniinol) written
mi to iornilt two uliloly :r Ini; In
torirolnllon A report of thl ehnr
intcr liiivliitf bc'ii until mil In the hi
.ilm xtutloti ntiil ImiIiik boon liuiilo
Ilio inenin uf inUloailliiK now i:iiori
and fm in Miners iik well im tio.it
The confidence of farmers In the
lilaho experiment station siiffoioil n
socro shuck when It m.ih illM-meml
thai Ilio iiinch-illM'iiiueil "Ahuk.i
vhoat Is nut uf tho hlith iiialii In
itlcatrd b) tho report of I. S Joins.
.1. ...!... .., tli.i lil.iti,, wf.ltl.lll M 111.
ll.IIII., ,1 I . ..' r..... -- ...... ....... f..,-.-- - ---
tested a sainplo Tho illseludiiro that growers tho si.it Inn niitliurllloi shimlil
been either carelesa or tiiercen.ir) illil bo maul) oiuiiich lo nchiiowloilRi- Ilio
tho experiment station nnlluirltlw hail lorrnr Initoail of trlnc to niiiKo poor
not Injure tho reputation of tho tii- explanations If Improper me has
Hon more, however, than has tho of-1 hi en niailo of iho reirt Issneil In
fort of the station to ecapo return-1 thi tilnho chomlsi. those persons who
nihility for Its part In mlsloaillni; have su uattl it should I piucil
farmoi-s who nilisht bo Inilmeil lojaiul irio'utcit If mhHi, Orouon-
pay fancy prices for seil of tho new Man.
variety Instead of admlttlni: that
they had boon dupod or had len
caroloss, tho Idaho experiment sta
tion olllilals cndeaor to eroatu tho
Impression that tho report of tho che
mist did not read as It was reported
In tho press, but tho explanations are
plainly Insufficient for tho purpose
Two bulletins hau Just bovn Is
sued by tho station, one by Director
II. T. French, and tho other b Chem
ist l S Jones. In his bulletin, Mr.
Trench sa)s tho chemist stated that,
"Judging from tho chemical and phy
sical condition of this sample.it would
rank with the best grade of bluostem
for flour-making purposes," and then
Mr. Kremh proceeds to sa) that this
statement might bo misleading unless
taken In connection with expliina-
Department of tho Interior. I' S
(Land Oltlro at lnKolow, Oregon
August C. IUOS.
Notice Is heroli glum Hint (ler
1 1 lido I. llolleniaii, of Klamath Palls,
Uregou, who, on Mu 2f, 1 UOS, made
rtmtier and Sumo Application, .No.
IINN, (Storl.il No 0'J.S3), for w'ijsol4
Action n. r as s, it. iu i: , w m
has tiled liutlio of Intention to make
ttual protif, to establish claim to tho
land abo0 doscrlbed, botoio Count)
( lerk, Klaumth Co , at tils oltlro, at
Klamath Calls, Oregon, mi tho l.lli
dn of Octolioi. iyu.
Clalinalit u.iiiioi us wltn, 'i
Augusta J. Iliodeii, V. V Meiiil-
lihall. Win. Ilollomau, It. I.' lllidoti,
til of Klamath Tails, Oregon.
J. N. WATSON,
Noiiti: tint i'fiti.i('rios.
STATU T IOWA MAV (iO Mil.
' Iowa (anted, ilerauted mid recnitt
ol" is tho a) Iho working of prohl
lilt Ion In that state Is summed up In
Appleton's mngailno for Soptomliei
by Trumbull While, who has obser
od Iho working of the lona untllliiuui
law- for tho past 'JO years Auording
to his conclusions, Iho situation It
regard to liquor selling In Iowa Is
much liko that In referent o In nue
track gambling In Now York before
dolor nor Hughes forced tho ami
gambling net through tho leglstntun
That Is to say the si-lllng of liiior
Is forbidden by tho law of tho stale
but Is permitted h) another law
lions of II... analvsl nm.lo m Mr A.I. "r""" ,m' Ul''r 'l'mK nil.
urns at that time. which wero lo U,clb,cl1 fBra,,,in "" m,,r" "':m " "
effect that the milling qualities of
any wheat could bo definitely hotllod
only from results of a milling test.
The Nt 1 1 nut ll-liim; in ! L"Mi
i:colloiit iu,iiiiniii.diili"ii l !
Cituipliiit out til- Im ii nl
.-plli.ll rtllll . il"Hlel ml
IhiiIIs m i. Ill
I-III,' Mtnie I i ! L
1 1 leplinlie tmini' turn
Aiiiiiiiiilli"ii t" t Hot
Will meet pillli'P lit Ul.lllillll
Klamath Ajoiify, Oiv.
I'. S l.aud Otltco, l.akrlow, (He
gon. Jui ii. iyos
Notion Is hereby gltcii that the
.ilato of Oregon has llted In this of
lieu Its applications under tho pro
visions of tho act of Congress of
Vugiitl II, ISIS, ami tho acta sup
plomcutnl aud amendatory thereto,
for tho following described lands, to
nit: 1. 1st No. OSS, for soUswi;, Sec.
I mid liw 1, nw i, , See ), T. 33 S..
It. .1 i:, W. M
1.11 No. OiO. for swi.iiei,. Sec
3, T. 3 I S It. 1 1 K. W. M.
An mid all persons claiming ad
versely tho lands described, or desir
ing to object because of tho mineral
character of tho land, or for any
oilier reasons, u. me uispovu to up- J.j .
nllan ... l. .!. I HI.. ll.nla kl.,B..I. .. I
yiivuiu. riiuuim iiiu iiivu uiii.iiitiia ui '
protest 111 this office, on or beforu the
10 day of September, 1901.
J. N. WATSON,
7-2 4-9-1 1 Itoglster.
THE EVENING HERALD I Williamson there are reasons why
You should ouy your Groceries nt Vim Klncr liros.
1st. Tlicy litivc the iloo-K you vviint
2nd. Their Groceries urc always fresh
:trd. The price Is within rcaNon
Jtli. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROs!
Get the Habit Use Chase G Sanborn Coffees
TAIMJ- lAI)DIN(;Vou will
it al Cilk'tt's
CIIIMSI - AM" Hlti
l'I.Ai I A M-l t i l n
H. E. CHILDERS
KLAMATH FALLS, OKLCON
E. W. GILLETT S CO.
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Heavy Krcltthtintt a Speclclty. U)4-(te Orders Art y
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & Storage!
Having up-to-dutc Dinuo
trucks we solicit your
fine plnito movlnrf
lUnt 117 1
T. KENYON & GKIMES, I'KOPKIETORS
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lint the letter from Mr Jones to Mr.
Adams, as printed In tho press dis
patches, does not make this limita
tion clear. Mr. Jones said he should
like to make a mllllns tost, but the
letter does not say that Hie mllllni;
qualities could he determined only In
that way. The letter In Mr. Adams
MiyB that the simple of "Alaska"
wheat Is the equal If not superior of
our bluostem for lloiir-maklnc pur
poses. A mero expression of a uitli
to make a mill toft would not bo un
derstood as iiuestlonliiK tho qunllly
of the Kraln for manufacturing pur
poses, after tho stroni; recorumenda-
' This measure, nlilih is known In
lima as the mulit law, prmlde for
the Irtual suspension of the prohib
itory statutes If the written cousoui
of a majority of the IoriiI inters in n
city or ',- per lent of the inters of
a (ouuty is obtained. When this Is
done III onsen mn) do Issued by tin
Incut authorities, the stato license ft
belli: JOOn, while the elites ma
i Miri.' additional!) whatever the)
l niii-i this system about one-fourth
of On- imiiiilcH of town. Including
most of tho (oiiutlex nloiiK the MIs
Isslppl and Missouri rhers. in which
tho majority of the titles of tho stale
are located, have legalized lbiior xell-
Ini;. It Is. therefore, erromous to
MUTt'K Kilt I'flll.lCMIHS.
(Nut Coal l.inil i
,iw ni vi,i C9BVU. ii ,,ii. uuiieai
wished to convey tho Idea that u mlll-l,,oak "f Ioa "" " I''"'1'1'1""" "'.
InK test wns the only one that would
defluituly show the quality, he should
lime said so plainly In his letter. Mr.
Kiench also says In his bulletin that
tho yields wero made up from small
nreas. which fait was chen by Mr
lli-pnrlinent of lli luleilor, I' S
Land Oldie at l.al.e.., Oreijon.
uut I'j, I tins.
Notieo is liorcli) i;len that Hunt!
W. Ilursell, of Merrill, OroKon, who,
on !. 10, llinl. mado Homestead
ll'ntrj, No. 322i: (Serial No. iiSa.'I).
for sol,, Sec 13. T. 37 H. It. to IJ ,
W. .M., has llb'd notlio of Intention
to make final I'oiiimiilutloii Proof, to
stabllsh claim lo tho land uboto il
i rlli.il. beforo iloKlstor ami deceiv
er, at likei'W, OroKon, mi tho f.tli
day of October. I SOS.
Claimant iiatmit as witnesses:
Murk Howard, of Merrill, Oregon,
Krauk Johnston, of Klamath, Kails.
OreRun, I toy Wlillnoy. of Klamath
Tall. Oregon, Chas Waar. of Kliim
ath r.ills, Orecon
J N. WT.SON.
i-'-'l llei elver
Gontractlntt una Jobbing
Kirstclass Line of I'liimb
int; Spi'Cialties nml tlrst
A. O. U. W. Building
Adams, the producer, but not con
tained in the letter of the chemist
who made the test and reported.
The bulletin which has been issued
by Mr, Jones dls roses scleral ills
(repunclcs. Tho bulletin i-ajs that
tho chemical analysis was miulu In
the summer of ISO", while his letter
to Mr. Adams, as published In the
press, Is dated May 4. 1&0S. This
discrepancy In dates may be typo
graphical, but If not it would bo
worth while to know why un analy
sis made In 1907 was not reported
upon until 1908. Mr. Jonen says
that "the owner wax uihised not to
roly exclusively upon such (chemical)
tests, hut to bilni; In a quantity suf
ficient for milling uud then perfect!)
reliable Information could bo fclvun
him." But. like Director French, the
chemist puts tho matter much strong
or than he did In the letter signed by
him and used by Mr. Adams to ml
vortlse his when! These differences
between Mr Jones' oiIkIuii) report
and Ills present bulletin are not mere
ly trivial matters. Both tho newspa
poro .and the agricultural- publica
tions took Mr. Jones' report as prac
tically conclusive aa to the quality of
the wheat for flouring purpoir-i, ni
ho then expressed It If there Is
any difference between Hour-making
purposes and milling purposes, the
ordinary citizen la not uwaie of the
One of tho purposes of the chemi
cal department of an experimental
station Is to guard farmers ugalnst
fraud and misrepresentation with re
gard to seeds, fertilizers, spray mix
tures, etc. if tbrs du,ty is to be per
formed effectively, caro must bo tak
en not only In making tests, but In
j-a-l-g reports thereon. The most
'for a largo proportion of tho ponula
tlon live In communities whom sa
loons are allowed to rim openly and
legally, although the prohibition laws
passed 15 )enrs auo never have lici-n
repealed, and In some of the rural
counties are still enforced
An organized movement is now un
der nay to submit a constitutional
amendment providing for prohibition
to tho Miters of louu. Prohibition
Istx thcmoselves declare Hint If Hits
I Is done tho amendment will ho car
ried by from 30,000 lo ."0.000 major
ity. On tho other hand those who
lire opposed to prohibition Insist thai
public sentiment has been growing
ugnlnsl a prohibitory law over since.
the present law was passed, and that I
u into of the stato would cause It to
return to the license systnui.
DR. WM. MARTIN
Office over Klamath County Hank
DR. C. P. MASON
Atiirilcan Haul. A Trout Cu.'s ItuiMini;
C. F. STONE
Attorney at Law
Olllice over -i.tollco, Klamnlli Tall.
Tn i-riKiir IS
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Kin math I'alls, Ori-'i.n i
TICKETS ON SALE
'0 ALL POINTS
Baggage Checked Through to Destination
Sleeping Car Berths Reserved
KLAMATH LAKE NAVIGATION GO'S OFFICE
MAIN STREET, NEAR BRIDGE
T. A. K. FASSETT, - CITY TICKET ACT.
Buy a good Engine for your boat. Easily run.
AmonK other owners here, Mr. K. F Hamilton has one
Write ua for prices and catalog. V arc tho manufacturer.
ooo Acitr-s nti:i:.
The LttkeslcJo company has 2D00
acres ot land under tho Adams ditch
that It will give ItK.NT FHKE for
one year. This Includes the use of
the land aud water. Tho renter must
clear and placo tho land In cultiva
tion. The renter k'ots all the crops
but we reserve the rluht to pasture
The I-ikeiide Company,
J Frank Adams, Manager,
FAIRBANKS MORSE & COMPANY
1st and Stark Sts., Portland, Oregon.
I'OS .1 'l lltMl I,
Maps.'PUni, UlucIPrlnls, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
IIh.t i: itiiiic, S-crelry
. . 44fr
the Pcltz Auto
la (or hire at reasonable raua to par
tlM. Just as cheap to go In a auto
as In a atage. H. E. PEL.TZ. pine
and 6th atreeta. 7-3 1-8-31
Hotel with everything uew, dining
room kitchen, eight rooms, parlor;
flaa patronage, feeding from 100 to
200 dally. Inquire at Hotel Dorrla,
Dorrls, California. 8-5tf
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blockH in Milla Addition wero offered
at iiarjrain prices a number of ahrewd inve.t
tors bought; since that time vuluea have
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reason
to anticipate an advanco in prices. Hernerii
her these lots aro FIFTY feet iu width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep-more than double the area of ninsl
town lots offered to Investors.
('HAS. k. woiiukn
The American Bank and Trust Co.
FRANK IRA WHITE
Office on Fifth Street
CAPT. O. C. APPLKGATE
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