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AeWor the Some-Made Kind SOfial MetfS in
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cicuiur T a rule ' Countjf Warrants
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THE EVENING HERALD
V. 0. SMITH.
l'ubllehed daily ewept inmUy by lira
Herald PublUblng Company or
Klamath falta, at 111 Fourth 8t.
Entered at the puttofflce at Klamath
rIU, Oregon, (or trantmltilon
through the malla a terond.clau
tfulji'rl'tlon trrmt by mall to any ad.
dreti lu the United State:
One year .II.OC
One month It
KKIM.VTO KAI.1X OHKMON
THUTUHDAY, OUT. . !!
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CO-EDS BO NOT
CANOE AT NIGHT WHISKY THIRSTS
FACULTY AT UMVKR81TY OK OH
1CGON HKVIYK AX OBHOLKTK
HULK THAT UlltLM MUST KKKf
OFF MILL RACK
KUOKNK. Oct. 3. Oregon co-eda
are pondering over the motlre that
Injured the Oregon faculty to revive
an obtolete ruling which forblda all
girls to be on the mill race, the stu
dent's recreation canoe haunt, alter
sunset, and from their windows they
watched the waning of a bright au
tumn moon without Interest. Al
though the faculty rule requiring
the co-eds to be off the streets after 9
o'clock In the evening have met with
no objection, the girls have been sur
prised at the mill race notification.
Miss Ouppy, dean of women, gives
no particular reason tor Its enforce
ment, but states: 'The unlvorslty
authorities have deemed It best for
the girls to be off the mill race by
dusk. And I wish to say that they.
the co-eds, have accepted this ruling
gracefully, and havo acquiesced most
A large ennoe house with a dining
room and unnce floor has been re
cently built at the edge of the race.
to which the students have lookod
forward for evening dinner turtles
and Informal, dances, with canoeing
a a feature.
Cut flowers at Kate street.
ADS IN PAPER ARE
UAI.KM, Oct. S. "Men wanted to
(lie ou valuable timber claims closo lo
const; eircptlonnl opportunity. C4
Continental block." This evidently
was printed In a Halt Lake paper.
What Attorney (leneral Crawford
designate as a "sure thing swindle"
Is revealed In n letter received by
tho attorney general from J, H. Karly
of Salt l.ake. Mr Karly Inclosed the
above "wantad." He said ho learned
the timber was upposed to be In
llenton and Polk counties, Oregun.
The proposition, he said, was that
he should pay the agent IISO for
louttlug him and necurlug llllu lo the
land, ami Hint then llm lumber com
panies would pay hi 111 M cents per
I.Vii feet fur the standing timber, lie
naked the attorney general If there
n vnliinble timber land here to be
'tiled on, and If It could be done In
!the proposed manner legally.
I Tho attorney general advised him
lo cling to his 150, saying the tlni
herlnud of sittuo was practically all
Itnkeii, and that etuii If It wtro not
so, the scheme pruposed would lay
Mm criminally llnblo for taking n tlm-
,bor claim -practically as a dummy for
tint tu'tit'llt or n winner rouipnuy
ARE ON INCREASE
Are the American People abstain-1 drinking of whiskey, Tho collee-
Ini from milder beversaea and tend-IHons for the year ero 169.000.000
Ing mure and more toward rona from this source, an Increase of ap-
JrlnkT "I Hill teste to the theologians
Figures furnished by II. V: Cabell. h welologlsts and the others who
commissioner of Internal revenue nuke anslyse of such things, the el
from Washington, I), C, while bejplanntlon and significance of the fig
was In Portland, nnswgr this question lures," said Coininlnaloner Cabell,
affirmatively. Compared with the total of fill,-
l.ait year, said Commissioner Ca 1 000,000 paid In as Internal revenue
bell, America drank moro whiskey whiskey, heer, tobacco and rlgsrs, the
and less bee'r pec capita than ever be-' 1st of 1:9,000,000 assessed sgalnat
fore. The revenue from whtakey wa the corporations of the country seems
1150,000,000, an Increase of approi- cry small. Vet the gures of Com-
Imately 10 ir cent. The collection i mlsslouer Cabell show an Increase of
from beer were 103,000,000, a do- 13,000,000 In the amount of this lax
crease of approximately 3 per cent
from tat year.
Some quality of the whiskey, ex
plained the Internal revenue commis
sioner, seems to furnish part cxplsna
Hon. Not all of the great flood of
whiskey went down American throats
oter last year
Indicative of the dependence placed
In tiu-etlni the coil of running the
government upon the Income from
whiskey, beer, tobacco and corpora
tions. Is the difference between the
total of Internal revenue, and the
Part of Itwas for the delectation of 1 sum of the four Items
foreigners. In fact, more whiskey I The total for last year was 3J:,-
was exported to foreign countries Issl OOO.OOO, The total collected from the
year than over before.
Commissioner Cabell's figures also
show that tho consumption of tobacco
and cigar nearly kept pare with tht
Items named was 1311,000,000, leav
ing 111,000,000 to be collrcttd from
all other sources, so far as Internal
revenues are concerned.
If you use old-flshloaad carbon
lamp you ere paylK cents out of
every dollar for daKneas. Use Edi
son Matda lamp aA turn your whole
dollar's worth of oirrant Into'llht.
Put an Edison aWasda lamp wher
ever you bav a ctbon lamp, and you
will get three t
Come to our
In any posltl
size, with plali
In the radiance of thi
red electric I
s, 6e, fad
le ana last
aa much light
cent mora for
re today and aee
amp have revolu-
ghtlnt for home,
For t'ovaty Harveyor
A certificate of nomination Is being
circulated which will be the means of
placing Mr. George M. Klein on the
November ballot for surveyor for
Klamath county, and as n number of
other candidates will appear on the
lllltllnilH. llflrM If ll-i. HI -..
A story Is gong the round, rel.t- b() ., -.,, . ' .'Unn ... ,
Ing to the recent trip made by county aut. that the democrats will In.
candidates to Malln In search of sup.. done this nomination, and that there
port nt the forthcoming election.' ' DO candidate other than Mr. Henry.
It apepars that two of the candl- " 'o I'redlcted that MrKleln will polo
dates for tl... same office, one dem- ". '"sr Z" h wu,1 '' ",'",bl
... ... If tho polltlral situation were dltfrr-
ocrat and the other n republican, en- ,.(.
tered n Malln ssloon at tho snm.i Mr. (Icorgo M, Klein cams here
time. from Han Francisco, where ho was
"Come up, boys, and have a drink." employed by tho Metropolis Construe
Tho elector, lined up In front of ,,0 ""WW. HhaHlina doing ran-j
ii.- .nhn - ... j.1-1.. - nlrlpnl work; employed by Henry L
appeared. Then the republican can- . n?e"' '"", oon Bf,,,r WM n"lJc
.lldate speke: "'""' "my surveyor, After ten
"Have another on me." be said. '""" , "' I?"""" worK ,or Mr "
Hack and forth, ih M.lin vm.r. r,t w"erB Mr' Klrn Proved his com-
vere kept going, a Brst tho demo- '"""'; r- rkiem opened oraces now
crnt and then the republican spoke
Hie Invitation. There Is a limit to
the. capacity of Malln voters, and
mally the session broke up.
'That wa a funny thing," remark-
rles. They are o 'ri n Mn man. "First the democrat
are used on auto-
alna. They burn
any socket, use
are mad la all
owl frosted or
one. See our
odern and live
Our phone u.llll.
C. B. COON
The Iltctrtcal Man 010 Mala
A Dlrsctonuer sacnaujr. Town ami
Vlll...awn d.:rlpmv.kelcli vt
wh jsw, location, popsliaMfi, tlo-
STgalVr shlpslng snil bsnklnsMnlt
n cisMinoa Piroriory, compll
busln.ss sod profossloa.
K. I. roUC CO., KATT(X
lei for sum-
I ought drinks and then tho repub
lican bought, and when they quit
they were oven. How are we going
to tell who to vote for?"
Ill Conjunction With floerrv Urn.
agency for tlm well known Fairbanks
Morse gasolluu engines and Irrlga
Hon pumps. Mr. Klein has been sue
lessiui in otner business ventures
here, and Is well thought of. He has
mailo the largest insn of Klamath
county, I. entirely familiar with the
surrounding country, and besides do.
ing ditch and laud survey, Mr. Klein
has made on oxcollent record of rail,
rend survey In the county for this
year, some, of which has been con
structed lo date, and thx Kisim.ii.
Valley, llonmuu Kastern Klectrlc rail
road, which Is getting good support.
Three departments: Normal, ual- ' n lH " aradimto engineer of
nes and Engineering. Tbe mtm mamora ""'verslty, finishing a few
furnishes a strong course fotah-',r'' a,,cr 'l,Jr Engineer Zumwnlt.
er, as Veil a teacher' revlffr clMa.Mr' Kleln " "ever been known to
severyKmtb In theyir;Tn Du. ur '"ena on any urvey. He
nes cpuW coaUlna boat keeping, lan(U rr no favoritism and Justice
iborthandMypawrlllng aaa all com- "'
mtrclal werm: lb Englneirlng cour-
Polytechnic College, of Ash-
ee are clvl
i ue college Rhopen i
cf twelvo moai
Ut young men am
get ready for tb worn
nrnt of thl eetlon
e entire yeir
line of work.
id In securing
CRATER LAKE NEK
For Information add
Ashland . Oreaoa
(.'rater Lake company
are meeting all H. p. tn
quln. Itound trip fare.
Crater Lake. 111. (10.
Auiomouue rrom ciBer Lake to
Medford, Monday and Thursday, far
ib, ixt. round trip.
. in l III IIS. I
l euro to hvp'iC7
Br"" ""' 'uerii unln,.
Fumblnit i... ..i..... "q"'
lie disposal f rlll, fl
llllkn fir f-u . W'r
r. so limited n. not t, Rb !
lo afford what was n r,w , 'J
ago an almost p.. ...,'
If you deslro to know sll to,i
whal a moderate uui h "
be ln.(ll.,l , ..' "1
'"" u. uitKKI.KY
A Glean Scalp And Healthy Hair
Many ol )our friends hue louud thut a luiuriuiit stoati ,,i
tii.lr soft and glossy aud scalp fr.e from dnudrud H rwgt
from the use of .
I'lils it the proiedure - "
Wash the balr wllti warm ent.r mid airo IM, ,,, (l)(i
uiighly--rub the scalp with a stiff brush Til Hlrsutune -nil
in Mii nnu ury ine nair oeiore.uiiiuiug jp
I'lesss understand that lllrsulone hot nmteb ,, t. sur ul,
M is u tMnlr--aajaod.
Inlr removes all d
iirrrvrs Hie natural
Nyals lllrsulone should
It sells nt SO mots snil II
II sIm. pri'itni. r.
I'd sgiultia the n.tii. ,,f ii..
reals ta iriurn ,l
color of the lialr
your dresalug table
LT X D E R V O O l s
WESTERN TRANSFER CO.
Millie I'Iioim' MINI, Itraldrti
aitgUiatlK IJIKItlll I
miivimTaMil u:.r:itii. iim.nm un
PIANO MIJfU $ HPM'IALTY
I'asseagrra I'lrhctl Up saflsA-lUrrrd ui.f I'laie In Inns
JO10 MOORL5 IM'opiIetor
IHI.VJ '.I'MWALT, I'rr.l.l.ol. K. M. Ill Illfli.-Prrt sadlna
ItKIII I' VMIIIItlMV, trttrfu,
Klamath County Abstract Co
Surcyori id llrlrfatlon Knrtlnrcrs
mai-h, 1'i.t.NH. iii.ii ki'hi .nth, r.Tt'. Klamath 'iil Is, Oregon
The Business Man's Bank
The business man ihould havo a bsajr that Is sble, Dot calf
tn lake care of his depoIU and roll.ctloj sstUfactorlly, but sbo
to render him assistance whan ncedrd.yf
The service of tRk bank I latlsfnojory lu all drpsrtRiaU,si4
It Is abt at all tlmrs toSsnMt tho noof It cu.tomrrs with iuci
loins as they require. V
We give sixclsl car liMusluelilen' nrcouiits rardlsi (
their ili. v I
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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Vlri Tito 8outhei iiolfl
Tbe Double Track. Safely
Good for return Trip
ftl) October 31
uu at umio-
wwed by ahoae, autonio
mevavlaunmis at Anev
RaUrll rata ama aa
CIIICAHO ... f. ... $S0."0
iiENvr.u r. $(:.()()
ni:w youk . 11(1.50
OMAHA ;....!. $(H.I)(
HT. PAUL I $8 1. HO
KANHAH CITY 1 $08.00
iiobton f. $ ii8.no
HT. LOUIS .2 $78.00
NKW OHLKANH , $78.00
CorreipoadlPri Rafra to other Points
VIA ANY DlltKolSaPUTK ' LKT WH FIX IT WW
Tho only remalnlnaWl dat.nro October 0, 10, II ai "
For Infoi maUoa or HivaH l)ll on Write.
S. .1. I1AILEY,
AL'cni. K nmatli Kails
I). K. ami l A 801 K St., Sacramento. Cal. Jj