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ABEL ADY ..
ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMs
MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER.
KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER
THE EVENING HERALD
laatiod Daily, Except Sunday, by tli
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
not rurry New VorK, lhe will nlimiit
rertnlnly not eleet llrjiiu. If tlm lie
pillilli'iitis eiiri.v .Son York, tlie will
J a I Hunt certainly elect Tuft -Oie-itim-
Inn.
KUnSCKIl'TION KAT.ES
Pally, by mall, ono year
Pally, by mall, fix month.
Dally, by mall, three month
Dally, by mall, one month
Dally, delivered by carrier, one week.
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KLAMATH FALLS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBKR 22. 1SHW,
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l riAoni tt Tnrtnr
Rochelle Salt
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l.n.liiK iihMi I In- 'iirnlB'" Mtiili
fin :i tiioiui'iil, it ii':ii(iiI.i(Iiiii nf
till' Hliltl' hIiiIMN tills Klllllllllll.X
Tntnl iiiitntii'r nf miIi'k In Klcttnt.il
Clllll'ISf
Majority neei:iry for ilmlce
Iteiiiilillcniin re.iiunniily nine of.
lieniocrnt roasonahlv ami- uf. .
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(New York Herald. Sept l.! ..
I'lilltU-al inatuiRi'm nt tin iiui-ot ut
a oimp.'ilKn cast up miIim uf wliliti
they limy rcnunatly ho certain iiml
what wile they mint secure (mm the
ilmihttul element In order to win.
They know certain unite In a Pres
idential contest can be cartleil for
their candidates anil that others will
In. fnfrli.il fnr thi. ntmiwltlmi Thi
territory that is hopeless to their 'HiiMIi.i t ln mint K.ilti
cinu thcr abandon or utih- work , .Democrats to win must gain. .
...r the purpose of tnlnleadlnK tlie en-1 N"w aM"K '"' " rprN.
e.ny. while they concentrate their en- xu' "ml li'','" "'' '" "' lnbt-..-.I..
.... hni.tlne ui,.,i ii.v !..... ni,.ilr"' ''""". '" "iimtnary appears
KettltiR the iloiihtful states.
In the Herald's resume, no polltl-'
'I
lire conceded to either party or whnl
ftntcs nre designated ax doubtful. J
The reinrila of linst eleellmm nre fill.
lowed, nn.l due w.lcl.t dven I.. ' IH'IIHiirat must Bet
lhlni; forces and the Important far-i vrl'"l" there may te no chance
torn that are to he employed In thel,,f ,he nln" ""rprl-e" stales pn.UiiK
.nmiinlcn now oiienlne lth lBor. Ai'l"lll,,ul- ''rilllH llrjall will Ket
iiiuiiKf uterinum- uiifciu a nine mier
In the canvass result In the shift of
XOTiri: I'OK I'tlltl.H'ATIOX.
Department of the luteilor. P. S
Laud Olllce at l.nkelcw, OreKOii.
AllKllst fi. 1U0S.
Notice h hereby Riven Hi
ttude I. Ilellemau, of Klnmatli
Oli'KOU, who, on Mu "ft, l'.'OS, made
Timher and Stone Application, No
IISS, (Serial No. u::s:il, for (,
S.cllim 17.T. :ts S.. It. Ill i:. V.M
has tiled notice of Intention to make
Muni proof, to establish claim to the
land aboe described, define Count)
I .Clerk, Klamath Co, nt bis olllce, nt
I Klamath Palls, (Iickou, on the 1-tli
'il.l) of IHtiilin, ItHIV
Claimant names us witnesses:
AiiKiMta .1. Ilii)deii, V. W. Mend
eiihall, Win. Ilellemau, II. I.'. I III) deli,
all of Klamath Kails, Oregon.
J. N. WATSON.
x-10-IO-ll ItcRlster
Epsom Salt
Sulphur
I CHITWOOD
DRUG CO.
THERE ARE REASONS WHY
You should ouy your Groceries nt Vim Klpcr Itros.
1st. They hnvc the goods you want
2nd. Their Groceries nrc ulwnys frcKh
:trd. The price Is within reason
4th. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROS.
Get the llubll Use Chase tk Sanborn Coffees
....I. .-I ... .........
Hnn1. u-.ml I. Inken n. In ul.nl .li,'"",rl" nccc.ir ill I IH.Ill
Total number of voles In Klecloral
ColleKe :t
!l!
Uepubllcans reaonahl sine of. . Iiii'
Democrats rensonabl) mire of . . . 1 1 I
Republicans must uet sn
one or more states. States that nre
considered safely Republican or safe
ly Democratic might, by the action of
a governor or by a slip In speech by
m candidate, bo prox?rly lifted from
one column Into the other or placed
among those that are doubtful. It
Is not expected that either National
Committee will agree entirely with
the resume. Designations which will
plcae the Uepubllcans will dlsplenu
the Democrats, while the reerse Is
the ense with an alignment which
(daces In the doubtful column states
on which Mr. Hitchcock claims to
have a mortgage.
For Instnnce, Mr. llrjan will object
to tho classification of California as
Republican, while Mr. Taft's mana
gers will II ml fault with the placing
of Wisconsin, the territory of Sena
tor Ij Pollette, whose platform was
the electors In (Seorgla. Kenttick,
Missouri and Nftadn without trouble
Perhaps California, North Dakota,
Rhode Island, Ohio and Oregon will
remain In the Republican column to
the end. Hut those who negleded to
keep an eye on the "surprise" states
In 1004 were astounded on election
morning to learn that Missouri hail
been carried by Rooseelt and that
Parker had won all hut one eleitor
In Maryland.
-
Xi:V VORK THK PIVOTAL STATC.
The Oresonlnn reprints today from
the New York Herald a forecast of
probable election results. There Is n
classification of mire Repuhllrnn
Mates and sure Democratic stales and
of doubtful states. It Ik Interesting
to observe that Oregon finds a place
among sure Republican states. That
will bv great news to Oregon. It Is
also Interesting to know thai llllnolb
NOTICi: t'Olt Pllll.lt'ATIO.N.
Department of the Interior, V, S.
I.nud OI'Uo ul Lakevleu, Oregon,
September lii, lyus.
Notice is hereby given that Jennie
K. Il.illluger. of Klamath Pulls. Ore
gon, who, mi August IT, I'.his, made
timber and Stone application. No
o::si. for swi nw'i. See 31, T. 37
S.. It !i K . W M . has llle.l notice of
Intention to make lluiil proof, to es
tablish claim to the laud above de- I
si rlbeit, before County Clerk Kliiin-
, jjs (till Co., Ill his olllce, at Klamath Palls
Olegon, on the '.'Mil day of November
IU0S.
Claimant names as witnesses:
W. A. Deliell, J. P. lliitcher. Jesse
l Ci.iwiis. Wilder Wdlle, all of
Klamath Palls, Oregon.
J. N WATSON,
'.i-l'.i Register
udonted at Demer. In the doubtful "ninled as certainly Repiidllcan.
lillimil but it Is Htlll more illlelesllllg In
In order to rtwilvu the fighting, k""w ,hnl ,n" H'Tald plan-s such
' I Use I .
f M0DERHMETH0O ,
M Floor Finishes 1
W lor finiihlni: your 1 '2
m uoors any uooi i
I any style. I fj
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J. L. CUNNINGHAM
ARCHITECT and BUILDEK
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I'luns ami .SpefilinilliiiiH I'lirnmlit'il. I!timnti-, (,m. on 1
till Claws of WiiiK. fnun mniill i'iiKiikh lli- Ini.bl i,K'
In IniililiiiK yiii" home fomlniif Mlylf. oiiKinali' . ,n, i
fcimoiiiy hv li:tin: your plans pri'imn'tl l me J
PHONE 645 j
Kcsldencc-WoHhlrirlton St., Dctwccn Hth and Dili
-rr-rf..mm$
s"-4-:--:.,
Heavy Krclrfhtlnjl a Spccltlty. BaMatie Orders Are
Given Prompt Attention
W
Geo. T. Baldwin,
HARDWARE DEALERS
.Klomath Falls, Orcjjon
ground fur the Presidency Into terri
tory clearly defined It Is possible to
apportion the states that each candi
date will carry In all probability as
follows:
Republican Stales
California. ...10 New Jersey.,.. IS
Connecticut.. 7 North Dakota.. 4
llelnwnrn !l fill In SS
Idaho 3 Oregon 4
Illinois ......27 Pennsylvania . .31
Iowa 13 Rhode Island.. I
Kansas 10 Vermont 4
Maine C Washington ... C
Massachusetts.lt', Wyoming 3
Michigan 11
New Hampshire. 4 Tntnl 2iifl
Democratic Htntes.
Alabama 11 Oklahoma ... 7
Arkansas 9 North Carolina 12
Florida S South Carolina. !i
(leorgla 13 Tennessee .... 1 2
Kentucky... 13 Texas IK
l.ouUlanu. . . . it Virginia 12
Mississippi ...10
Missouri IS Total 1C1
Nevada 3
Doubtful Htates.
Colorado C Utah 3
Indiana If, South Dakota. 4
Maryland X Wisconsin .... 1 3
Minnesota 11 West Virginia. 7
Montana 3 .
Nebraska S Total 1 1 C
New York 3!)
Rut In this campaign there Is an
other class of states on which It will
bn well to keep an oye. Thoy are
states where there hiivo been violent
II net nations In statu elections or
where there are known toudltiouu
which Indicate a Eteat fulling off In
the heavily Democratic and heavily
Republican vote. These states might
be culled "surprise states."
There is not sufihvleut reason at
theoutset of the activities of the cam
paign to warrant their being placed
In the doubtful column, and all of
iheiu, so designated, for purposes of
explanation, ure lit the ubove Repub
lican or Democratic cluualtlcatloiiu
They are ns follows
Surprise States.
California (R.) lu
Ueorglu (D.) .....13
Kentucky (D.) .....13
Missouri (D.) is
Nevada (D.) , 3
North Dakota (R.) 4
Ohio (R.) 23 1
Mate as Minnesota, New York, Plah
South Dakotu and Wisconsin In the
doubtful list. This piece of Informa
tion should be a. great shock to iniikI
Republicans who have regarded Min
nesota, Utah, South Dakota and Wis
consin us safely Republican, while
most. of them have felt that probabil
ities were strong In fnior of Tuft In
New York.
Yet, while there may bo illsagrei
ment and dispute us to the Herald's
figures In detail, It Is true that Its es
timate accords with the general view
as to the probable outcome of the el
ection. It will be upiiureut lo am one.
afler a clone study of the Herald's fig
ures or of any estimate made by any
Informed person from Impartial
sources, that New York Is absolutely
essentlul to Democratic success, while
It Is possible that Tafl might he el-
ected without New York. New York
alone udded to the Herald's list of
Republican states will give tho Re
publicans the election. Hut It will
by no means give the Democrats the
election. Yet, If the Democrats do
NOTICK Hill Pntl.lCATIOX.
Department of the Interior, P S
Laud (Utile nl l.ukcWi'rt. Oregon,
September Df, IUUV
Notlie Is hereby given that William
i: ll.iydcti, of Klumnth Palls. Ore
on, who, on August l'J, I'.his, made
Timber ami Stone application. No
OHM. for net nwVi. See 2W. T 37
S., It. U :., W. M , has llled notice of
Intention lo make lliinl proof, to es
tablish claim to the laud aliine die'
icrlbeil, befoie County Clerk Klam-t
nth County, at his ottire, at Klutnuthi
Palls, Oregon, on the 2Mb day of
November, 1'JOS.
Claimant name as wltuessi-s. !
Albert Harrison, A. M Jamison,
John (1. Schallock, lieu Carlisle, nil
of Klamath Palls, Oregon. i
J N WATSON. I
U-ia Register i
.NOTICK TOR I'l'HI.ICATIO.V. I
Department of the Intm lor. II. S.
I .a lid Olllce ul l.nketlvw, Oregon, (
August l'J, 1 Hits.
Notice Is hereby given that Dunn,1
W. Ilursell, of Merrill. Oregon, w ho, ' 4brJ4rW-4--i4
WILLIAMSON
RIVER and
Spring Creek
RESORTS
The lest trout iMiihK in Oregon
Kxcellent cceiiiuiad.itlnin f..r
parties,
Cnmtilng outlltii lot rent.
r-t'Ml campion ground ami
boats fur lent.
Kine pasture fur .lock.
Telepiinne connection.
AcciiiiimiaUtioii to go to Crater
ImVv,
Will iiici-l pjilic at KUm.ilb
Agency.
FRANK SILVIES
PKOPRIETOK
Klamath Agency, Ore.
1
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Company
Havlntt up-to-date olano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
PHONES
Older S7I
Itarn H7 1
KENYON fi GRIMES, PKOPKIETOKS
$ --w.--s::$4vh
WE ARE
LOOKING
Pur up-to-date .eiiple to
carry our watches. We
can eupply watches fur
anyone, from the young
est to the sedate old man.
Kucb watch la guaranteed
lo ijlve
Perfect Satisfaction
H. J. WINTERS
D1AL1R IN WATCHES
on Dee. Ill, I!i04, made Homestead
Kntry, No. 3331 (Serial No. 03s3),
for seij, See. 13. T. 37 S It. 10 K..
W. M., Inn filed notice of Intention
to muke final Commutation Proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Register and Receiv
er, at !.akevlcw, Oregon, on tho Sth
day of October, 190S.
Claimant names an witnesses:
Mark Howard, of Merrill, Oregon,
Prank Johnston, of Klamath, Palls,
Oregon, Roy Whitney, of Klamath
Palls, Oregon, Chas. Wngar, of Klam
ath Palls, Olegon.
J. N. WATSON,
8-24 Receiver,
BRICK WORK
AND
PLASTERING
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MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When bloukH in Millrt Addition wert ollVrcd
nt haruuin prices a huiiiImt tf tdirewil nivrs
tors iKiUKht; Hinci that tinif valticfl hat
invrvn.si.il materially.
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present price, ami thvre 1.1 every reawin
t antivipate an atlvance in irice. Keiiiein
her these IoIh an; FIFTY feet in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep more than douhle the area of most
town ot olforvd to inve.stont.
FRANK IRA WHITE
S.0;.?: APPLEGATE Of"" on Fifth Street
FRANK WARD
Land Salesmen.
CIIIMNKYS AND KIRK
PI.AUKHA.SPKCIAI.TV
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MX"' Abstracting ... ': "; ,.,
Ire l'n. nnd I lra
Mapi -HUni, lllucPrlnta. ric. I
H. E. CHILDERS
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I KODAK? I
There is only one Kodak
and that is the
EASTMAN
Every Kodak tested here.
Free lessons by one who
know to every puivhaser of
a Kodak.
Maude E. Baldwin I
Dealer In Kodak Supplies
BALDWINJBLK. KUra.th Falll
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Zims Plumbing
Shop
Contracting ana Jobbing
FimtclaaH Line (if Plnmli
Inic SM-clolticn anil limt
cIuhh Workmannlili.
A. O. U. W. Building
KUnuth Falli
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
l!'i.T i: ttiiiiia'w, Secrelury
Klamath FallstOregon
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CHAS. K. WOltllKN
Prvalilent
A. M. WOIIDKN
('un)iier
KKHIl MKI.IIASK
Vlce-Prenliliiit
The American Bank and Trust Co.
TaLir-HONE IV
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
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CENTRAL CAFE
Open Day
and Night
Private Dining Parlor
Oysters Served In Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
DR. C. P. MASON
Dentist
American Hank A Tnnt C.i.'a lliilldln
DR. WM. MARTIN
Dentist
Office over Klamath County Bank
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