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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS.
THE EVENING HERALD
Issued Daily, Kicept Sunday, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
llly, by ntnll, one your
Dally, by matt, fix months
Dally, liy mall, three months
Dally, by mall, one month
Dally, ilellxcred by carrier, one week.
At tim uiiiim; of tiio !tii semi xoru i: roit 11 m.it'A i ion.
annual ounforeiiio of tlu Church of I int r I nit-iit nf I ho Interim. I '
Jesus Christ nf Latter Day Saints. It'lninl OlIUo nl l.nkelo. Oii-gnii
WIIS llUlUlllllllUsly Mltcil tO pledge tl' September HI, 1 1 1 1
entire mciuhotslllp of I lie chinch for, Notice It lieiohi glion Hint Ji'imli
pinhltiltltm legislation ; Itnllliir.ci. of Kliiliuilli Pull, "-
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NVkI.HI Thaw Iiuh ntiunuuccd her In-'":,s-' f'" 8W '' ""' ;'' ' "'
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KLAMATH FALLS. MONDAY. OCTOBER 12. 11XKS.
inii' in ,,i,iiiK iiiiimi in mi' uuin nui' i
I !i" HH SllO WIllllS tO gll llH'111 SlltllO
W I "hoiiiuI advice " .
w- AAA.. -
Senator lllllll III' llllH engaged II ""
motii npaitmont nt Sliinclclgh ('mill
for tin- mining w Intel 'fills Is tin
Hero Is a funny one. I.. M Shro- Arr.ir.llnc to the toloKraph. Mlih-' mrK,,HI hIiibI. p:ti tuit-itt In W'nsliliig
cr. of Hartford. Cllv. Intl.. was kicked 11 I ll.msnm of Cleveland, mild his tmi. mill Smni'lflKli .mi I U tin- iiiohI
liv a mule nml since then ho inu'l go'wlfos household furniture lo u ImmiuI-i ,,X,0,,H, Kl'uilineiit Iioiib.. heto. S.-ti-forward
at nil; he has to walk back-jor In the house for $i:.. and he thr.w """" ""iiriu'. It Is 1..1I.I. cvpeeti. to
wards. I his four children. Then In- wont ,"-"'" esionsnoi) miring 1110 iiuh.
AAA . !nwa Ills wife has asked tlio iinlno '"i; "'"""I
Yon know nil nbout the neighbor. 'lo "' 1,l'r ni"1 "' s,u' H;,H ,lu"
til.v n...n,i m ii kind, i.nt ,ii,n.i Itn.s Hording to tlio telegraph) "Thoro was
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their Intentions go astray The neigh
bors of Mrs. James Howe, of New
Vork City, told her they thought her
liuabanil wna n mlchty sick man. Ho
wasn't but It worried her so that she
Preliminary work on a subway
y)stem for ChlraHo Is to bo begun
Kion and full details of the plans will
bo worked out. A sum of 130,000
has been set aside by the city council
to furnish clerks to carry on the work
of the transportation committee who
bao the scheme under consideration.
The money was voted from the city's
traction receipts and, nlthoiiRh the
Information concerning the work that
litis alrejdy been done was sot fur
nished the coiincllmen, they oted
the transfer of the funds without a
dissenting olce when they were told
that the money would enable the
committee to push Bubway plans.
Col. RoethaU, head of the Isthmian
Canal Commission, who has Just ar
rived In Washington, sas the Pan
ama Canal will be finished by Janu
ary IS, 1915. Col. Cocthats took
charge of the work on April 1, 1907.
and has been on the Ibtlinius over
hlnco. t'p to the time ho assumed
charge the largest single month's ex
cavation had been 1.100,000 cubic
j aids. Since that time the excavation
never has run less than that nmiiunt,
and during the eight months ot the
present year the average was 3.4S7,
j'S" cubic yards. To September 1
nf this car the total excavation was
17,347.431 cubic yards, which is a
the wash tub. two chairs, the bod,
and mo, all for $15; too cheap''
In order In show that tlio stou
ilm-s nut ulwas cud the sauio, the
Mnriuetto Tribune prints this- t'p
In Mlciiignn the other day a woman
,was plnjlng tennis While plnltig
slio lost a xaluable diamond ring
The Orace Memorial Presb.Metlan
church of Pittsburg. Pa . hns a reno
vating committee, whose duly It is lo,Tlu' ,""xt ,la' ht' ''l'!''l l bfto n (
shake the carpets, polish up the al- l'll,,',i 'r dinner, and. upon cutting
tar. etc. The renovating committee '"I"'" ,m ,l,'",t ". the llrst thing 1
got up a picnic to raise money for a !',1,' llvereil was sl grasshoppers,
new carpet and nJvertlse.l ilanilng 'blo bug. a inoasiirlns worm and
The preacher got out an Injunction !l ,ln,,l,, "
restraining the members of his Hoik' - - J
from giving a dance. His ail has 10- SAW Mll.l.. A.i TI.MItnt l.M
suited In a split In the chunh. roll SAM.'. 1
ui'lltmil. Iii'flllo t'.lllllll I'll Ik Klllln
nlh I'n . ill his iillli.'. at Kliiliuilli 1'iiH '
Otogon. oil the 2Mb dm of N'.m'itil"''
t'laliiiiinl names us Mliifso
W A Deliell. J I" Ittili hi-i Joss.
t" t'liixiiii. Wllln 1 Wblli. all l
Kliiliuilli Palls, (in ttmi
J N WTSON.
DR. C. P. MASON
Aiiiriiciin Itiiiil A Trust t'.i.'s Hnllilhig
DK. WM. MARTIN
Office over Klamath County Hank
It's Up to You
T1I1C MATTKI Oi- GUTTING GOO!) u )C15REi
Iuitmi; i'i "Hicli nf yom life Nniu.U Mnn '
Ktiotls. Wr have thru .nul It's up t. v .1 cl
liitely Ihe best UST PHONIC 5I6--Wr'li . lC rtl
VAN KIPER BROS.
CANT lK HHAT-CIIASi: & SANHOKN COI'Pkq !
TltT7I" U A 1T17
ujr 1 UjM.iviii
Lot us do il for mmi. Kvcrylhlnrf Home Mmlc.
Kcasunublc. liKKAD A Sl'KCIALTY.
Wo put up Im Itinclii'H iiN luiii'lit'S f ir I ii
ami pii'iiu' mi !" A Ulnl will i'iiiivii 1 , ,
IN llllMM'- til !tl lllllll tO ll.il,
KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
Get Our Urcitd nt Cnwklns.
Within ten das preliminary work I Twenty mlllliui fool of lino saw
will bo started on the new city hall , timber. Saw Mill, c.ipaclt twent)
In Sail Frunclsco that Is to replacm thousand feet. Ill xl class iiiachluiT).
the ruins of the costly structure do- logging wagons, horses, and harm-sn
stroyed two years and a hulr ago. complete Now planing mill, cost
City Knglneer Mnnson was Instructed IllR lUUOD HO, latest linprini-cl ma
to present specifications providing for chlnery. New Shlnglii mill, capacity
the razing of the mass of shattered -O.OUii. Ilctwcen eight ami ten thou
brick and twisted steel. The recent
bond Issue provided $35,000 for tin
Letters characterizing as "nhsurd'
mi ml dollars worth of lumber on hand
Planing Mill, Saw Mill, Drying House
Hunk House, Cook House, mill other
buildings are all good buildings Till..
property Is situated in tin- heart of
Dr. LeGrand Norton Denslow's claims tln Klamath Irrigation Project, nice-
that ho tan cure locomotor alalia ' located ami a splendid market for
and protesting against the rending "'' lumber. The entire property Is
by him of a paper to that effect before offered for a short I line fur $30,0011
the Academy of .Medicine hne boon
received by Dr. John A. W'yeth, pres
ident of the academy, from several
New Vork neurologists. Dr. II
Sachs, president of the Neurological
Society, Is among those blllcrly op
posed to Dr. Denslow's stand. "It
would not be worth while to com
ment on Dr. Denslow's ewx If his
statements had not been made at a '
trifle over a third of tho total cstl- regular meeting of the academy mid
mate. There are probably 6.000 given wide puhllclty."sald Dr. Sachs
It is easily worth $i;u,onu. Por full
Information see, nr write,
i: K. PITCH, Merrill. Oregon
The l-"t trmit iMiwg tiiOn-gun
Ki client mcoiiiluaiUtliiiK fur
('mulling iinllll fni leiil
.s-cll csiiipiti.f grimiiiN .mil
IhisIk fur rent
Kiue ijlure fur lm li.
A(CiiinniiUtiiiiii to gn to Crater
Will uii-i't pjrtii-s at KUinnth
FRANK SIX VIES
Klamath Agency, Ore.
CIIAS P WdltDfN
The American Bank and Trust Co,
k; ics- - i .
Americans who are voters on the ca
nal at the present time. None of
these will be able to vote, but Col.
tioethals says he has given his per
mission for u mock election to be
hold November 3. The mock elec
tion, he tnld, Is causing utmost as
much Interest to be taken as If It
were the real thing.
In his letter. "His ((intentions are
too absurd to bo discussed and In n
secular Journal such discussion would
bo Improper or Impossible. I inn
amazed that he should have made ,
luch statements before a sane body
of physicians." Dr. Joseph Collins
and Dr V.. II Plsher also made protests.
Dos J. sjejiwALT, Atatrflrtind i.m. iiu.m, f
President ADSirBClUlg VIce.Pic.aiidTlcasJ
Maps, runs, Blue Prtnti, Elc. f.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
llktr K iTiiiitw, Secretary f
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Cor. 3th and Mkln Street
1 J. L. CUNNINGHAM
ARCHITECT and BUILDER
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I Liw, n( Work, from Mmill t'olinge
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You are All Welcome
A cordial invitation is extended to all out of town friends
to make our store their headquarters while attending the
the Street Carnival, which will be the grandest celebration
Klamath County has ever witnessed. Bring your baggage
here and ask all the questions you desire. You will not be
expected to buy, although we will not deny you the pleas-
. ure or seeing tne finest stock or Men's and Boys' Clothi
in Klamath County.
CTRRF. We Yfil refund yur stae fare from any point in
mm ath County if you will purchase $25 or more woi
merchandise at our store.
Portland Clothing and Sho
The outer Garment Shop for Men '
WE CLOTHE MORE THAN HALF THE MEN IN TOWN
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