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KLAMATH GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS.
50 PER CENT.
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THE EVENING HERALD
limed Dully, Eieont Sunday, by tlw
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
SUHSCItll'TION It AT US
Itolly, by mall, one year "' W;
Dally, by mall, lx montln - Ml
Dally, liy mall, three month I 25
Daily, by mall, one month M
Dally, delivered by carrier, one eek Id
xonu: roit i't iii.irvnov
KLAMATH FALLS. MONDAY. OCTOBER B. 190s,
Till". WOHM IS ItKAIiY TO TI'lt..jV(ITI'(i MArillNKS AUK
One of tin) Inevitable mitromt'i of
the poor trnln service- provided the
people of the atnte by the llmnmnn
uystcm Ih agitation for a two cent
fnre. Kvon that Is hlish for tin mini
Ity of the service- offervd The hours
that It tnkes to ko n little Journey,
the qunllty of tho cars ami the stand
ard of the service are surh ns no oth
er people In the Union are called up
on to endure.
Hut the dreadful shortcomlnKs of
Iviiii-ulvniila panned a ((institution
al uuiondinenl to enable the people
to tie otltiK machines If the l.i'itls-'
l.ltnri' authoilted tliem ThotiKli the
chief obstacle to their adoption In
thU stale was thus ieiuoed uothliiK '
further has been done to hrlui; the I
otlng machine Into i I
Some New York and New Jere i
towns accepted them and though the
machines found admirers and warm
will live. In all piohnhltlt.i The fath
er N it bitslnesi itiau of Not Hi HrlilK-, "
poit Mis Tnllen Li the tnnthei of Depiirliui'iit of the luteilm, I
four hrlKht. healthy ehlldien l.nnd Olllce lit l.akeUew, Oiotini.
m MiKiist i'.'. mus.
I'rohlbltlmilsts have adopted the! Notice Is hereh) itUen that Dimii
mm nl n tlinlr nnrtv rnililim. llliln't VV. Ilium. II. of Men III. OrcKOtl, who,
we learn at sdiool In the Rood old on Deo. Hi, I'.'GI, made Homestead
days that the camel's chief ehnrnrtci-jcnti), No. 3:t:ii (Serial No Olis.n.
Istlc was Its nbilltv to fio without wit- for sei4, See lit, T. ill H , It U I'
ter for loni! periods? We thntiKhl , V. .M,, lias Hied not U it of Inleiitlou
this was J n-t what the prohibitionists l(, make tl tint Commutation I'liiof, to
opposed. establish claim to tho laud aboie d-
strlbed, lietoie lteRlster and Iteceli
"(Illume a sandwich." "Itjo or er, at l.akeWew. Oreituti. on the itli
white " te" "Pint or quart?" day of October. I 'JOS.
This dialogue may sound like a ion- Claimant names as witnesses
ersatlon between two Herman come-i Mark Howard, of Merrill, Oregon.
idlntiB, but has Just lieen discovered. I'ruiiU Johnston, of Ulamalh, Calls,
MiSIMi It Is about what may he heard at the
liotmler nf n l.irne uiimliei' of "dairy"
(lunch looms In the stale of Alabama
'the last question lelatlliK to the hulk
of the "sandwich" refers In Hie site
of the (task of "r.M" to be found be
tween the hates of hiead loaves, cut
to look like oisler sandHlehi-s Hltm
Alabama went dr there has been an
enormous Increase In the output of
Hi a recent l patented imiwthlo
THERE ARE REASONS WHYl
You should ouy your Groceries nt Vim Klpcr Bret
1st. They have the tfoodH you wnnt
2nd. Their Groccrleu arc alwny.s fresh
3d. The price Is wllhln reason
4th. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROS,
Get the Hnblt Use Chnsc G Sanborn Coffees
'Oreitiiti. Hoy Whitney, of
' Culls, Ori-Ron. Chus. Wnr.nr. of Khun
.itb Calls. Ori'Kon
,t N WATSON,
Mii-ici: con I'liii.itwnnv
the home service are not all or the 'advocates the movement for their ad
worst that we have to endure from .option seems foi the present to hae
llnrrlman'a Riant octopus. Kvery rev hut Its force. The last Legislature
Ident of the state coming this way, of New Jersey authorized the cities
'mold, a well-oritanlted force of In
'borers can lay two feet of cement
, sidewalk per minute.
I ia us do it for on Kvcrylhlnil Home Mndc.
Kcusonablc. UKKAD A SI'KCIAi.TY.
V put up lio luiu'lii'i hIho IuiicIii'm f r hunting
inn tiieiui' liiiilUH a nun win riinvii.n
is I'lienper to litiy tliiin to Imko
" i that It
by the llnrrlman line Is
when ho starts for the
and towns using machines to vote on
the question of retaining them, and
from Oreen Itlver. Up to that tlmejlu nenrly every lustniiee tho wlo has
he has been a first class passenger, I been overwhelmingly In favor of dls-i-o
rated and considered, but tho mu-l carding them, and us a result about
merit lie leaves tne union cacinc to j&oo,ooo of voting machines purchas-
tome to this section oier the Short
l.lne he is Immediately a second or a
third class passenger, but at the same
time one who has paid n first class
fare. Is It surprising that people
who pay first class rates are seeking
other avenues through which they
can get to the East nnd home again
without enduring the humiliation
which they meet nt Oreen Itlver?
Indeed there should be a concerted
movement against this sort of dis
crimination and humiliation. Then
Is no good reason why the people of
Oregon should tamely submit to pay
ing first class prices for Inferior ac
rommodnlloiM nnd discriminations
such as they now endure compared
with passengers bound for California.
Tho effect on strangers coming hero
must be marked, for when they ob
serve that tho Harriman system rates
tho Callfornlnns very high and the
Orcganlnns very low what estimate
Is the stranger to place upon us?
There Is where tin- deadly harm Is
ed for the use of New Jersey olers
have been put out of service. After
giving the machines a test, the people
In these towns decide to go linck to
the old method of otiug by ballot
This looks like a backward step,
but the machine as presented to Mit
ers has some serious dtsndvantngcs
Secrecy In voting Is destroed in it I
measure by It. ns the straight voter
pulls ono lever and gets through very I
quickly, while he who cuts his ticket
must remain much longer nnd pull a
separate lever for each candidate h
votes for. The oter. too. must take
on trust thnt the machine does what
Is expected of It, as he cannot sc- the
result of the machine's action mid
know with reitalnty that his vote U
cast us he Intended.
Altogether, voters ns n class do
not take very kindly to machine vot
ing. They prefer a ballot which they
can read, and mark nnd see dropped
In the box. I'erhups, however, since
the voting machine, like the Hying
Department of the Interior, C. S
l.nnd Ultlee- at l.akeilew, Oregon.
September lii. IU0V
' Notice Is hereby gheii that Jennie
i: Ilatllngei. of Klamath Calls. Ore
jgou, who. on August 17, I'.his, iimilr
I'lliiher and Stone application, No
,o:!s'.'. for s ', li w i. S-e 31. T ?.'
A compressed nlr buffer has lieen.S. It. 'J K. W M. has llbil notlieof
patented for locomotlies, which. It Is 'intention to make llu.il proof, to es
claimed, will pievent a seilous wieck itnhllsh claim to the land aboie de
Ill the eeiit of a eolllslnu scribed, bi'fore Count) Clerk Klam
ath Co , at his otllie, at Klamath Calls
lOn-goil, oil Hie L'Mli da) of Noieluher
Tho likcsldn coiiuinnv has 2500 ,.. - .a .. n.. ......... r
- - t .tumuli, in,,,,, .1 ,,'.. -.
acres of land under the Adams ditch w Ai n,.i,., j. c. iiutcher. Jesse
that It will glvo MINT I'ltKB fori,- oau'iis, Wllber While, all ol
one year. This Includes tho uso of ' - i. .......... I
l III lliilt II I II I IB I'MIMI
the land und water. Tho renter must j WA'ISON.
clear and placo tho land In culutlva-, , ( . j ., lmitrr
Hon. The renter gets all tho crops , '
KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
Get Our Bread nt Cnwklns.
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UAOO ACIt KltKIC.
t'HAS. K WOltDKN
MM II MKI.ilASK
The American Bank and Trust Co.
but wo resorvo tho right 'to pasture
The lakeside C'oiiiwuy,
J. Frank Adams, Mannger,
All nilteltlsellient III tbr
will bring results TltV IT.
Hotel with everything new, dining
room kitchen, eight rooms, parlor:
tine patronage, feeding from 150 to
J 00 dally. Inquire at Hotel Dorrls,
Dorrls. California. S-Stf
done to tills stnte. It embodies an , mnchlne, Is still in Its Infamy, the
Insult to our chic self respect which. pnnr objections to It will dlsnp
so long ns It Is maintained, the peoplo .r .4 t It still further Mrfected
should resent to the extent of finding ' liiii.idclphla Cress.
other ways of getting to the East and aaa
back again than thoso dubious ones' ..
which the Harriman sjstom now nf.l ?'r- nDd ,rs- J',sf"n ' cn; "'
forii Telegram. jnrldgeport. Conn., Iinil a flnu healthy
,iwo-neaueu uau) gin, weigniiiK eigni
pounds, come to them Inst week.
I Mother nnd bnby are In tho Ilrldge
port Hospital, and both an doing
u.,11 llnrtnr mill nurit.i tint tlm hriliv
men. " ' "' '
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Fulls, Oregon
A practically permanent pnlnt, a
rich brown In color, Is made by grind
ing tho bones of mummies with bltti-
DR. C. P. MASON
American Hank A Trust Co.'s HuiMIng
DR. WM. MARTIN
Office over Klamath County Hank
The U't trout Hulling in Oregon.
Excellent iirroiiitnailitinii fur
Caui)Ing outlita foi rent.
r--cial camping ground nnd
boats fur lent.
Fine paiture fur nt'.k.
Accouiiiiislations to gr, to ('inter
Will meet psrties nt Klamath
Klamath Agency, Ore.
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Cor. 3lh and Main Strccl
J. L. CUNNINGHAM
ARCHITECT and BUILDER
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I la-s nf nL. from Miull C.iinge tlillre lliillitlug In
i luilldliig )i.ii hum,. ml, h- .1)1,., iirlglnnllly mill muihpiiij
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Fine Suits for Autumn and
THE NEW SUITS ARE HERE AND WE BELIEVE THAT WHEN YOU SFF TM1M
YOU WILL AGREE WITH US IN SAYING THAT THEY ARK TIIF ACMP OR
PERFECTION IN TAILORING. THE NEW PATTERNS ANIJ COLOPINC-' ' Altr
AMONGST THE MOST HANDSOME AND ATTRACTIVE WE HAVF iJROurilT
0 THIS CITY, AND THE STYLES ARE FINER AND BETTER THAN USUAL
While the fabrics are largely in the nature of novelties, they are far removed from the
freakish fads which some people have been trying to force on the public. Wc draw i .ll!
line between freak clothinR and desirable novelties. ' tiraw a distinct
Kin.NU MAJJli CLOTHES MAKE FRIENDS: We've never l.e.rd r,f n
rlWn't feel letter Sni0fi-,1 ,!, ,. ,. ... .1 , ... IU-',r1 (f l.ill
twin riwr clnn tn rnns .l.r .lio. o r,!.. Du..l.l : i ... -iainilir'
j "-r - mv. v..i mw ouuuiuci in u sncK coat couldn't m;ike
trousers good. Some people go to buy a suit try on the coat, .-.n.i -,., .i.
they've been educated to buy that way. Wc put the vest and trousers on ,,in,
heel to collar. If it isn't right in the store it won't be any better when Jn . . .
must be right or you can't have it from us.
any better when you ,.cl it ,,omCi ,,
Fine Suits, $15. to $45.oo
Portland Clothing and Shoe
The Outer Garment Shop for Men
WE CLOTHE MORE THAN HALF THE MEN IN TOWN