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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 fEH ACRE AND Ul'WARDS.
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THE EVENING HERALD
ImiiciI Dully, Kicopt SiimUy, ly tlm
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
' Till Is n folne I'oinili). Illldget
.exclaimed .Nnrah, u ho had lint to
roiiuy niiiveu in i in i niton tiuni's
Siiiio It's genet mis oveiv ImhIv Ih t
1 llrlitnil.ltll IteWSpilpcl ltltllllltll
'ill ii Mi-l-lipl Viiltov stale diinti
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Itoliy, liy mull, ono jonr
Dally, liy mall, fix month -
Dally, dy mail, three months I
Daily, liy mail, m month
Dally, ilellvcrol liy carrier, one wwk
KLAMATH FALLS. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER H. 11)03.
xotiiixo mis why siiori.n
It 1 1 nn undeniable f.irt that noth
ing In tuli world U deMrojed. sns
I'Iii I'oii, tln eminent scientist, in I ho
November Delineator Then wh
man? Nothing dies. In tlu nrdlnar.v
etlse which nc give to the word
"death." Kvcr) thing lives a life oter
mil! Kvcrythlng withe, passing
from one form to another Indefinite
ly. Objects as well na beings lire sub'
Jcct to this law. Kver) thing that ex
Hts III the unhorse, matter, nnlm.il
mill Individuals, nre lint manlfestii
tlons iif the titilvvry.il mimic energy
which is never lost. One ran alllrni
that man, forming 11.4 he doc a part
of the universal energ), has in him
self something of the Immortal.
I hale been present nt a number
of HplrltunlUtlc seances, thine of Hit
unpin i'nlaillno among others. These
were carried out tinder conditions
which precluded possibility of trick
ery. I have assisted at the raising
of a heavy tabic from the floor. I
have seen It completely demolished,
while pieces of It went flying about
the room in the air
I have witnessed a struggle be
twevn an unvUible hand nnd an ex
perimenter for possession of a phot
ographic plate. And, as these phe
nomena were produced under condi
tions where fraud was absolutely Im
possible, I hare not the shadow of a
doubt as to their authenticity. One
cannot deny that tln-y are astonish
ing, and, at the present statu of
M-lentlflc development. Inexplicable.
We do not any more deny the em
anations of radium, nor the existence
of tho waves of electricity which tra
verse the mountains with prodigious
eioclty. Why, then, inuy not an
organism be Killed with the power to
send off un energy whlih exists prob
ably In us nil, and which belongs to
the cosmic phenomena as )et unex
.liked at the pnttnHIco about slntlln' (ho itimitlos of tin- stale wh "
money In inn inlther, anil the oiim; p.ti t hi cipeilullv sttnitg AH. "
mnn telN me I inn get a moue onler iiiinoinni's, ate fin Hi" 1'i'inoi mill
for ten tlnllnts tor leu lenii' Think giilioiunlin ml nnmliieo Yi'i I hi- !
!of that now" lido () "ii wiisllurj innnoi In lioiiini
- .X' - .elections In establish finis tluil tin
After pimehlllK his bndv full of j pallium I'les pioies fottv lltn. ev
holes as the tesult of sticking plus. ( '"' "f ""' '"l'"lK " ' "''
needles ami other sliniii histiiiiiients'pnieiit that the public', dun Is .'Mb..
Mljllitn Ills skin Tor a tmuihu of veins. " abollsli tl lei lions nt Un- I""1'
Ifi meanwhile ncea'donnlh viirvlng the otgims
1 pei forimiiiee bv outing nulls, glass,' ''"
'larks ami taking poison, a Kansas To a diligent man noililiiK l He
t'ltv "hiiiiinti nlneiislilon" has irlven groatest task la tin- wild
1 up the ghost II takes a lot to kill '"" ' buidenniiiie niih to thus
Some women ran keep a tecrrt some men ' who tlnd no Jm liilmtdwnik
It :onk three political rampnlgns and -
p.ul of 11 fourth to develop the fact i ,..., i(:.Pr. ,. ., ,,., ..... i ....J" . ..
" .Ml III I. I III! II lll.lt 1 I ,w .
that the most useless, blultlless. set- ,.. intent of the Inleilor. I S
It's Up to You
TIIH MATPKK OK UKTT1NG GOOD (, ,n KKs
lCttmi; ! intuit ' V"1" llfc N'ii"'-' " 'i i;oo
minds We h.ivc iliciit .mil it'n tti l 1 1 1 , ,
liurlv llic l'"- lUSI'IMIONK 5ld Wt ' 1 , le '
VAN RIPER BROS.
CANT !U". It! AT CIIA.SIC ; SANItOUN ( fj j:.;js
that Mis llr.Min bad been expelb'd
from sihool while a student at the I
JaiUomlllc (III I I'lesblterl.lll ill -adeiili
hiiailM- she went hugg lid
Ing Willi lier piosotit hnsli.ind
s-- - -It
has recently been decided In an
Kngllsh court that 11 wife's ilothei;
belong to her husband. Now, If
married English women desire to
elope they must either go unclothed j
or run the tlsk of being prosisMited '
for larceny. The system does tint ,
seem to be without advantage ufler
Ilsb and purposeless older of lielllgs j j
III tile win lil roiistllute the soil el of
this loiiutn " If Miss ll.irr.iniote
doesn't exeiilse liioie tl ill lull she will
have some iitbei ilallu In fume tliiiu
being "Just' I lie sweetest, dearest
girl" wlui ever walked across the
. . 'M" -
The automobile lias partl.ill siii
plantisl the horse. Hut l'lev eland
manufacturers have found a means of
re-establishing the animal close to
man's bosom. It's the sausage meth
od. None of the horses we've Inter-
Mewed kevmeu ver tniuli rut
about It, though.
It 14 not without satlsfaitlou that
we read of the adoption bv the Amer
ican food uianiif.irtuieis of a I solu
tion iiiliileiuullig as il.iui'eroiis the
I use of ireservatlves In loud The
(education of the maiiUfaeiiiiers lias
In en so lapld as to be fnlrlv start
ling The pure food law has not been
,11 law long enough In have been per-1
felted, vet some of the iileli who vol-!
ed for the resolution passed b tin
convention the other dav wen- lined
"'' up In opposition to the pine food bill
when It was pending In lougress Tin
atinoiiniement that several of tin
C. T. Jlryan. live stock commission- principal ronrerns engaged In the pre
er. Is preparing a formal timtmntlm- paratlon of food products would bete
proclamation against tiiberriilosls cat- (i,.r . pn-soivatlvs lu Hull
tie from tho north nnd east. Texas. establishments The pun- f 1 law
which is almost entirely free fiom ,(S ,Hlt prevent tl so of harmful
bovine tuberculosis, will probably be Oieinlcals lu the tiianufailure of tin
the only state exempted fiom the or- funds, but It do.-s reipilre Hint If suit
der. The present plan Is to reipilre (hornlrnU nre imi-iI the label shall
all cattle entering Oklahoma to be announce u. fait. T,j ti. manu
accompanied by a certificate from a f.irtur.rs nre sleiwlng a illsi.osltli.n
llvn stock Inspector of the state horn i imprfiv i the law Is a very hope-
which they come, stating that the ml Hgn.
tuberculin test hns been applied and .j.
the tattle found to be free from tuberculosis.
tllllie at I.al.cvlcw
,Sepli mlier Hi, I'oin
1 Noilie Is lutein r.lveli Ibal ! nun
i: llalllugei. of Klamath K'ulls. tin
gnu, nh August IT. t'Jiii. made
Tllilbei and Slolie iipilliiilloli. No
n.tv., for nwi,. See 31, T 3?
S . II. '.' I! . W M . has tiled liotlie of
Intention to make Hunt proof, to c
tabllhh il.iltn lu the land atHive i.
a rlbeil, he to re Count)' I'letk Klatll
.lib I'o. lit lilsolllie.nl Kl.itii.ilb 1'itlls
(Iri'l'.nll, nil Hie SMIi d.iv of .Smeliilier
t'laliuaut naiiies ns ultnesHes
U A Delell. J I' Mull tier. J. s.c
' t'laveiis. Willi, r Wbll.. all of,
Klamath I'all . Iliegnu
J N W I St IV
Let ih tin it for i Everything Htuiic Miulc.
Iteusonublc. HKKAD A SI'KCIAI.TY.
Wi' put up lwx luiti'li' i !' I'iihIm i f r I t
iintl pieiiif p.itlH " A trial will oiiiMi .i
i i In i or to Imiv tliitit tu I'li-.i
I KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
I AND DELICATESSEN
j del Our IJrcm! tit Cnwkltts.
("HAS I WtiltDI N
I'fi -.nil nt
The American Bank and Trust Co,
DR. C. P. MASON
iiiriicnn Hank A I inl t'o
Loss of friends Is the price of sus
DK. WM. MAKTIN
Olliceovcr Klamath County Ititnk
Tl I rrmisr 19
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klnmnth Kiills, ()r-i.n
g :.l t I ft ! f1 i S afT. -:..
.yiijiiij. itw.il, -2.1
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f i tJ JSi ez -a
Twenl)-four jenrs Is a long I tint
for a ship to be away from Its home
port, but that is the round of a whal
ing bark that has Just docked In New
liedford The vessel left New lied
ford In 1SS4 for ii voyage around
The science of physical phe-iCan' Horn nnd since litis been engng-
v Dos J. .tun vit,
A I 'resident
Cor. ,'.th and Mbln Slrcrl
tiomena Is progresilug. It Is being
transformed, little by little, under the
Influence- of the silcntlflc develop
ment of our times.
Kor Hut moment wo know hut lit
tle, and wo nre Ignorant of much.
When eronomy rides uway In a
cnrrlnge, poverty arrives on the rub
ed In whaling In northern latitudes
The hblp brings news that the whal
ing ships In the Atl.'intli nre getierallv
making heavy catches this season
The whaling business seems to have
experienced n revival, nnd with this
New Dedford is developing new Im
portance which presents some like
ness to Its old-time activities as a
Maps, Plans, Hluc Prints, Elc.
r. i. ih mi,
Viri-I'n , and I rem
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
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j J. L. CUNNINGHAM
ARCHITECT and BUILDER
P.i-i.T II tTiliirw, Sixrelary J
Klamath Falls, Oregon I
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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 of seeing the Finest Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothinri
in Klamath County.
We will refund your stage fare from any point in Klam
ath County if you will purchase $25 or more worth of
merchandise at our store.
Portland Clothing and Shoe
The Outer Garment Shop for Men
WE CLOTHE MORE THAN HALF THE MEN IN TOWN
' . i ' "vr:-v-.4.iv';'9$C"!V$- " "''