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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 21, 1908, Image 1

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KLAMATH FALLS, GKKGON. WKDNKSIMY, OCTOBKK 21. 1008.
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MAY OPEN ART STORE
'lOMOItltOWH I'KIXiltAM
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vn:vi:itK itci'oiti is
not r.N'.i.viMors.
C.R. Miller One of the Best Photographers J
on the Coast Will Return to this City
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INDIAN SHOT IN ROW
Dave Alexander Shoots Burnside in Hand
With 12 Gauge Shotgun-Now in Jail
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alioul fifty ncriM. lylni: Juut north of
tlio city )ui In on Hclcctvl for tho
liiiriioieii ut tho Htntlon, and ntxt ca
mm will M. iirartlriil loxsOns In ccry
llni' of iicrlrnliiiral und liortlcultunil
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(DlnUm MiMutrn). Ili'iicrnl ran
.fMrr Ak.'.ii nl I'.irllu.i.l
lir Mlll.'i ' rxoK.ilo'il in nm. of
ii tftl irriilc ilmlfi;inili.'r on tlio
nail Jtiil lilt llin' of H'i.iia lcvi lire
it In' i'tr laki'.i Hi ulal.'i Hint
iilll r.'tiir.i luti. In Hi.' NprliiK ami
i;nd tl'c .'Hill' mini in . Iii'rr i!vl
1 tf tlr "' li"' iiiinlr (m lil !.
lain to MrClnilil. In' i li" In i'oIiir
iDltj-tml illtpiiu.' ol till iro.'rly nml
itudloild II inri'.lnl n will movt.
u Kltnmili Pulli iMTiiiiiiii'iitly ami
ltouia moil.r.i arl lui" wllli pli--
lurr tramltiK in
lie I rrr miirli Iiiiim-i'i Willi
Iiki Klitnalh ruiiiilry nml li niulmin
u rrltirn next mr n at In got a
hooftilc llni' of li' of IliU met Inn
llioinut . ni nf tin. rlty thin morn
iU 0j tut tt view dIiiiwI.ik llin IIc
l ml liir luki'., tin rUi-r, Ml
Mint, ar.il Klmimth Pnlli In tin'
iirttroun! i I prolint'li' that hi
lll iiicIisi. mi mi' r.'ilitvnri. iroi.
I'ttj kflori. ho luitiii ami If ho In-
kiln In tin' iirliip. will Iniy Iiiml.i.'ii
lirotnt) (or 11 morn tmllilltiK
PIDW Till: I'AUMCIIH Wll.l. VOTi-:.
11 low liiitiilrnl mil at Inlir.-m." niil.l
11 limn .i'(.'iiti) wliu hmi trni'li'i
111111I1 i.l l.iii' lliiniii'li tin- 111 lit 1 1 !
wrt '"llii'y aii'ti I .miMiiHllii); tu Mr
Mdiiii'ii iiIi'iih, ami 1 In') ilim't h)ih-
lintlllli. Willi lit! Iitina till') II I.'
mill' tli.' own tln'ir in mT!t) in
..i.'Klul.'). ltiHnii'i't uml 1 hi. Iti'imli
Hum ni. I), nml tln' mi' mitliitli'il to
Irl iIiIiiki run mi tli.-) art' Wh) I
lii'iinl of nni' fiirmliii; mil Inn nut fur
from ChlrnKo wlii-ro allium:
tii'tmim llii'M' wrri. (ml)'tun
t11nl1tl.11 nwiii'il What Mnmin liuM'i
tln-" fnl l.i fur lakliiK a rlimui. inl.
tli all) !) tntliiK for llruiu. tin. mi
ni. -it lli.iirlm. annlii'l Tafl '
r.ivi:iihiiv up uin:i(i I
oitiiuspoviinvo: cinitsi:. ;
ll.'iiitliiK noli 1 ti'd MlM'i HIiIvi-k
A'IiIii'iih MIih Cnriii'tln Marvin (;, (,
Vlnllii Hnlo. Ilflh all, vnr. . . i
I'rnf U10 A. Wlrl
I ;; 1 1 111 Pinuniiii :t:.i().l:oo. '
IIU'.ll S.IiimiI N'llliill, '
Atlili'llm . Prof fohii T. Il'.t.'lii'r
Itmiml T1.I1I" Hui't It. P Itolilnv ill
lillltllllllir (illltlr.
(Iwii'tiiili MIhm Cir.H'llii Mil in I
An. I. in. Hi Prof It. II. iMinlur,
I'llniniy lirnili'K.
Iluny Work .Ml mi Pool
HOOD ;(),., ,,,j MIi.ii Marvin
until-1
im iiitsr i'iiuici:
iv itospinu Dit.wi.(J.
KAiitv iri;n,
Thin ti.'.tl.iii .;ot Ihi' lit'iitk'Ht rntn
In iiiaii) 'mih Wi'ilni'Hila) ami TliurH
lii) Tlio llrsl mum of th wiinira
fi'll Ii.t.' 'lliu.ml.i) Imt mum ilUup
I 'en M'i
Tin- Vmiiiii iliri'KliliiK .michlnu wan
Th. llrHl nmno to bo drawn in tho
Trlit totnily laml lottory wuh that
of May A. Motwr of K.-nnohoc, S.D.,
who Kclii firm cltuiic of all tho Uon-
liuil Iii.iiIh tluoxii. (ipi'ii hy tho Kocrn-ini'iit.
I Tho drnwI.iK bvitan Ti.pinln). Ai
i'.nit to tho numhor of lH.TGli
limn ri'Kluti'M'd for tho lottery durluK
Hi. iuul four wiM'kn.
! iinilnii'hiTH nrrlvo.l curly In hie
crow ili to wltnoHH tho drawing A
Idrlzrllnp rain and hcuvy wind catnod
cnnnlili'inlili' illtcoiiiforl hut did not
iIIiiiIiiIhIi tin- alio of tho crowd that
th.o.iRi'd nlimit tho iilntfur.n on
whit li hi mill 31 italt'd cimku contain
I.ik tho aiiiillratlo.nl.
Willi tho nrrUal of tho itowiIh of
lifa.MA'l IPS If K(ilVni.TIO.N
hi:vi:ti:i: TllIlltvML,.
Clumath County bun t3'J otcrs
aicordlrift lo tho rculatrullmi book
whlih cloKi-d last nlKht. Tho roRli
tratlon In tho different precincts la
an follows
A n-w liull.Hi. of 11,.. rorr.'.pun.. ''r,,k" ,,"tt,, " c,w- ''"",' ,lt ,"h; 'applicant., noarly all of them farm-
...ir.. Mud) .l.u,rtn....t of ll.o I nUer- .U , 1rl tn(,K,.vl.t ,,.
illy of Dt.'Kii.i linn Juut hiin rtclvi'il ,unlt). mi ruie m.lil.lo Indlrntlonii
The kiopc of tho work linn hcim rrrui-' In-. i- Tint, tliui. Hit xtorl: inlti'd tho
I.
I) i'iilnrKo.1 o.r Ihn Ik'IiiiiIiik innili. '"'in.' "I .'"U l inrkim ami nil 11
I..I )er. and now ,.r. uum-. In ".""', ',"mi" '"' 0r,,,l",r 1C"'' ,,,,,1
llinll U Kti nrtiiiil jitt Mill iuvir tifiw.
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rtlir-tti"" ihkiiiii nhinvp'viii v( vwn
Mhln I'M.l.lriiiiilliiil Hint Hip Till-
if of tin- Soil htiui.l.
Odp ol ilin mont Infalllhlo Indlnv
''lollllril riinilllliiriM I mippll.'d by
ititlllluilv nml opliilnni of tho far.n-
ti. If a piillilrlnn wiintu to kmlw
lo a itnti. In whlih the furtm-r oli
l a factor la koIiik. In linn In r.i't
'wk to tin' noil Papi'dal caro ha
ntaltcn to aoumt Nontlinent atnonc
l farimri lu hull n iuii Matm,
MludlriK New Vork, Wlaionalii, Ml..-
f ..! ami Nurll. Dukoln Tin- funic
K"i:. botaii), hlalory nlcebra, Kiimc
Mr), trlKonunu'try, ntinl)alc Ke0111.tr)
ui.-l irnwrnl roiir.in In inutlirliitilUii
for lindnia
II) iiii'an. of tliH work nny Html
out who una not llin tluio In ut li ml
colli'i:.' or IiIkIi m-IiohI ciiii iir-.ii.
with hurdly mi) mat, irnctlrnlly thi
amin' workhy lorr.poml.'ti.'.i throiiKh
tin. i.nUr.alty inuraea, and ri'ioUo
credit for It Thouaiinda of dullum
en. h )enr aru aeiit out of Oregon lo
tmloim iiirreaponileiiie mliooU ami
the uiihi'lill) lii'tleea Unit 11 l.irr.e
part of till- mUlil Ji rt aa well be
land lo the pconli ol IliU atate The
uilollui.nl of till- 1 1 .pail nient will
tenth .iiinii Ktiidi'tila for Ihe )(iir
Our Tape Line is Ready For Ypu
Have Your Clothes
Made to Order
No two men are bu,ilt exactly
alike which makes it abso
lutely imperative to take
measurements of the various
parts of your body and have
your clothes built accordingly.
To have your clothes made
to order by the master de
signers and tailors of America
and pay less than so called
swell local tailors charge is
now your privilege. The
modern, money saving way is
to order your clothes through
Strauss Brothers'
National Tailoring Sarvic.
Vou will receive, the kind of
;' clothes which you can wear
1 with equal pleasure to yourself
and admiration of your
friends. We have the cxclu
aiN lrvl urencv and are now
laying five hundred brilliant new Fal waavea. You'll be
"weMedifyoucall.
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K. K.K. STORE
I tlrmulinn lluitidorf la HiiflerliiK
with Uicrlppe
Win WIkIiI piirrhased a now wn-l
Kim laat week, which hIiown that the
tlm.'it an not mi had for a dry year.
P II Cm) letiirne.l from Poo Val
I') Miimlii) where he Iiiih been iIIr
KllU apuiU He loportH the clop
er IlKht ami tilhem -mall
Mlaa .ilma KimIko hna been ery
tick with au attack of bronchitis uml
iiKtliliiiitlr nrfei'llou hut Is far enough
rinixered to he up iiKnln.
Mr and Mm. Chnrlen llurKdorf
wont out to Hen the now boy at Kinll
Plackua' Hlimlu).
W. P. Sedi: nml wife took dinner
ul the home of J. II. Welch Sunday.
, Mr .1. Uleckman and wlfo started
1 foi their new homo lu California
Thursday.
' Dan l.lakey was around attain this
week with Ills pleasant smile and
(Homo beef.
Vol.iey Dixon mid n Mr.Mooro wcro
'lu Dairy over nlKht.Prldny, mid Sat-
urday called on 11 number of Yonnn
farmers sollcltlnK ordcrn for PaKO
wl.n fence. We are Informed that
they kiiI an order from Mr. D. 1.
Shook for 1000 rods. While hero
Mr. Dixon called 011 V. P. SedRO and
family nnd toKethor we had n K"oJ
lull. ImvliiK been nelKhbors In yo
olden limes In DotiKlns County of
thli state. Mr. Dixon needs tin Intro
1I111 linn, but we can freely say ho
U a worth)' )oiik mnn and 0.10 who
1 an ho relied upon when he makes n
promise. As ho Is presentluK a Kood
article wo bespeak for him it shnro
of the fence business of this country.
Miss Itosn Deck was trading In
Dairy today and took n pood horuo
lond of RiippllOH.
lien, Killer was In to mnko sure of
bin winter supply of overshoes. Ho
believes In tuklliK time- by (ho fo re
link tinyway, nud hna Btartod hl
plow for next year crop.
I Wo aro too busy to write ruoro
thl.) tltno)
era, cnnics Kcnrcs of Kumblcrs and
"thimble rlKKcrs." Uxlra deputy
sheriffs were sworn lu to keep the
tlilews movlnn
At IU u'clock the little Klrls select
ed to draw tho applications, were lift
ed to the screened platform, while
tho crowd cheered.
The metal milts wen. then broken
open and the 114,000 nud more ap-
.plications wen. scattered on tho plat
i form and thoroiiKhly mixed with po-
Ituto forks
Di ma Hose ami Virginia Wagner,
the girls chosen to do tho drawing,
Jmoed forward to be bliudfuldcd.
Mlrs lloso rcfuMv) to submit to hav
ing her eiM coered. After a slight
delay Judge Wltlon announced that
owing to thu girl's nervousness she
wjiuld not he blindfolded.
l.lnkvlllo mo
Tillo I.nki- 233
Lost lllvcr 144
Wood HUer 114
Dairy 109
I'levn.i ss
Hpraguo lllvcr CC
I.a.igi'11 Valley C4
Poo Valley 34
Snow 24
Odell 22
Klamath I .alio 11
A.VUTIII.'lt .M.PAI.IW Mi:.l, I'L.NT
William Dougherty and C. il. Mur
phy, of Portland, are planning the
ettubllshmcnt of an alfalfa meal
plant r.ear North Yuklma with n ca
pacity of r.o tons eery 24 hours.
They are now operating a plant at
Kcho. Oregon, and say tho demand
Is greater than they ran supply with
the present capacity.
Dr. Pndcrlck K. Cook is reported
lo ho within 3C0 miles of thu north
nolo. Tl.nt is a little less than the
distance between Klamath Palls and
Portland or Snn Pranclsco.but there
arc no railroads In the polar region.
Miss Kose picked the first slip.
Miss Wagner followed, drawing tho
name of II. Swift of Ponca, Neb.,
from the mass of papers. The names
of K Nuntien, Meadow Grove, Neb.,
and Otto Sn)dcr, Mitchell, S. D., fol
lowed. Thu drawing of thu namo of Miss
M)e.s was received with cheers by
the crowd. When tho nolso ceased
the girls alternately plunged their
tin tiiln Into the pile of nppllcatlons
nml drew forth tho lucky wtilto slips.
On tho whole, when one looks Into
tho system of government at Wash
ington tad regards It from tho stand
point of an Impartial, tolerant citizen
and critic, taking Into consideration
all tho limitations of structure nnd
constitution which prevent nn gov-
"rnmctit from becoming a pet feet ma
: Ine, h.i cannot but tenth tho con-
j elusion that wo aro a fortunate peo
ple, who have progressed far In the
development of an efficient public
icrUco and In vindicating tho theory
of popular sovereignty. William II.
raft.
Wll.l
OIU.AM.i: KAItMKHH
INSTITl'TK AT UOItHIS.
NOTICE.
Owing to tho condition of tho roads
It Is nocossary for us to advance tho
freight rata 10 conts per 100 pounds
on nil classes of freight until further
notice.
Prom nnd after this .Into tho Joint
rato botweon tho Southern pacllir
railroad company nud tho Molntlro
freight teams Is cnucolled nud In fu
ture combination ratoa will apply.
J. M. Mclntlre Transportation Co.
so-et
Professor V. T. Clarke, Superin
tendent of university extension In
agricultural topics, ll0S-01. will ad
dress the people of Don Is Octobe.
2Iith and "ilth, preparatory to the or
ganltatlon of n Partners' Institute
Tho subjects to bo handled by Pro.
fessor C'larku will bo Agricultural
IMucntlon.' Tho Experiment Stn
tlon nnd Us Activities, The Furmeis
Institute Movement, Good Honda,
Planting nnd Caro of Eucalyptus,
Alfalfa, Establishing and Maintain
Ing n Deciduous Fruit Orchard, The
Walnut Orovo, Irrigation and Con
swat Inn of Soil Molsturo, Kcrtlllrn
Hon nnd tho Uso of Cover Crops,
Spraying to Control Insect Pesta nnd
Fitugus Diseases, Poach might, Pres
eut Day Insect Problems, nud In
aects of the Flower and Vegetable
Garden.
Professor Clarlto Is accompanied by
Professor Hopper, alto of tho Stato
University, who will handle tho aub-
Joct of horticulture In all Ut pbasos,
nnd by Dr. .Macki a veterinarian of
wldo reputation.
A movemont wni put on foot some
time ngo looking to the establishment
of nn agricultural oxperlmeut station
at Dorrls, nnd tho Farmers' Inutttuto
which those, gontlomen will organize
hero will doubtless answer every pur
pose. A tract of land comprising
SP1X IAIi hALi: OF I'ltUIT.
Tho Monarch Mercantile Company
has 73 boxes of Peaches nnd SO box
es of Tomatoes which will bo closed
out at M n box. This shipment will
bo tho Inst tomatoes 'his season.
Davo Alexander was arrested this
afternoon by Sheriff Ilarnes for shoot
ing an Indian named "Ilurnslde." The
Indian was shot In tho hand by a 12
gt.agu shotgun. The shell was lond
ed with No. C shot and practically
tore a nolo tli.oiigh tho palm of tho
hand.
Old man Alexander has long been
a source of great annoyance nnd trou
ble to the clly police. He has a shack
mar the O. K. Harn nnd it Is said
that ho Is continually causing troublo
with a.bunch of Indlani which ho al
lows to hnng out there. Tho marshal
has been called there a dozon times
In tho Inst week, hut by the tlmo he
arrived thu troublo would bo over
and ho would find tho Indians and
Alexander cooking dinner. It Is nlso
alleged thut Alexander furnished tho
Indians with whiskey and that It
how tho rows would start.
This morning Alexander mndo com
plaint tb Deputy Sheriff Scrallock
that Polly, a squaw, had stolon hit
bridle. Later Polly wanted Alexan
der nrrested as sho. claimed ho had
itolen all her things. Tho Marshal
liml had vnoug'h troublo with tho out
fit and refused to do anything unless
il-o got n warrant. Apparently tho
tnlllnns went back to the shack for
iliortly after two word was sent to
the sheriff that they were having
trouble. Marshal Low and Policeman
I'erllngs had Just started is that dlr
ctlon, and before they arrived with
tho sheriff, they met Ilurnslde coming
with his hand nearly shot off. Ho
was taken to Dr. Hamilton's offlco and
Mexandcr was placed In the county
all.
It Is hoped that some disposition
vlll bo mndo of Alexander that will
rid tho town of him for somo time.
He has been ordered to leave town
many times In the past but always
turns up again after a short absence,
lie has been nrrested and placed In
Inll but would have to bo let go as
ho was only an cxpenso to the city,
This time It Is believed the officials
a 111 bq able to send him to the pen.
THE MAItltlAGE OF KITTV"
AT OPKltA HOVSE TONIGHT.
Eckhnrdt's Ideals are at their best
In finished comedy. Tonight's play
Is a delicious comedy, containing real
laughs, and a well constructed plot.
Tho stago settings and costuming
will be especially elaborate. This
company has been here long enough
to dcmonBtrato that no matter what
tncy put on, It Is dono well. Now
specialties and moving pictures will
be presented. "Tho Flag of Truce,"
as presented last night was a treat,
and was witnessed by n good house.
fre-!-':- '' ,
A Peok of Grain in tho Barn
is worthaBumhoi in tho Field
PtevkMtlf Bmrm hmm a QtHkft
IXL Roof and Barn Paint
Pfovonti tmmktmMarnuoktompiiemrMiHw
IS AS NECESSARY AS FIRE INSURANCE
ROBERTS 5c HANKS
HARDWARE MERCHANTS
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