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Doesn't Necessarily Mean a Leap
Ow policy aMiret every nan the belt of attention
aid the fallett courtesy whether he cares to buy or not
Dont hesitate about coning to look at our clothes
you overlook a safe bet when you pass then. They
are the best values you ever saw at
$15 and more
. j- - r
HerJs the Sign
Of Shoe Satisfaction
Fall styles of every description now ready. Rubber footwear
that Is right.
5000 bonus votes with every pair of shoes this month
20,000 bonus votes with every Milt or overcoat this month
K. K. K. STOR.E Leading Clothiers
SOCIETY OFFERS ABEL ADY GOMES
PUPILS PRIZES1 FROM SALT LAKE
TO KXOOURAOK IVK OF OUR
COUNTRY, OOSTKST OX ESSAYS
ON WAR OF t.VDEPE.NDKXCK 18
MIDLAND MAN ATTENDS IWOHT
ANT MEKTINGH HELD IN UTAH
AM A DELEGATE FROM THIS
I 8KCTION OK THK COUNTRY
The Oregon Society of the Bom of
American Revolution offer prizes
Abel Ady of Midland returned
home lut night from Bait Lake,
wtmr h. ttffm!f1 na A AnXmntm tha
toulliig 1100 to the pupils of the pub-mMlnK, of ,, N,t,0Bal Conserra
lie school of the state of Oregon forit0n congress and the National Water
essays on subjects connected with our I Users Association,
war for Independence. I Mr- Aa reporU that both meetings
One nrlze of 125. one of IIS andi"" Poeiatiy instructive and nw
one of flO will be awarded for the
first, second and third beat essays, re
spectively, written by pupils of the
high schools of the state on one of
the following subjects:
tlned to result In much good for the
country at large. He delivered nn
address before the Water Users convention.
i-.Th.co.fauoa.dth.co.-;EME HI THE SAK CUSS
(Continued from Pag 1)
t Women of the American Revo
lution. 3 Benedict AraoM.
One prise of f 10, two of is each
and ten prizes of medals of the Soci
ety of the Sons of the American Rev
olution will be swarded for the best
essays, written by grade pupils on nay
one of the following subjects:
1 Battle or Saratoga sad Its Ef-j Clark. They expressed the opinion
fecta. that the cbsnge In the plea was the
1 John Psal Jones. result of District Attorney Miller's
I Valley Forge. denunciation of Clark Saturday, when
Each grsde pupil winning a cash the prosecutor charged that Clark had
BOB LA FOLLETTE WOMEN COMING
IS FOR WILSON INTO THEIR
TO VISIT PARK
KEPUIILICAN HOLTKHH HAND OUT VIENNA AUTHORITIES IIIVK l,.'( ,,IM "" " ""
department wn.i. to
nt.Ti:it lake tomorrow ah
A DEFINITE ANNOUNCEMENT
OK THK INTKNTION OF THK
WISCONSIN HKXATOR '
CENSES TO FEMALE TAXIC.tH
DRIVER AM) ICMAI.K ItACINtl,
"" Clement H ticker, chief clerk of
United Press tfervlee United Press H-hI.t hu. Interior department. Rh
CHICAGO, Oct. 7. In a statement VIKNNA, Oct. 7. -Slowly tint ur- ,Ue-er and liU prhale ecrtnr. Mr
Issued from the Wilson National Pro- ly women ore coming Into their own Kelley, will IR Crater Ukn lon.it
gieiilre League today It was an- In Auslrla-Hungar)-. The Vienna nu ro They nre eprelel lo arrh ..
. .... o .. . .... v. ..... u .... . Mvdford In tb itiornlnK. and will
nounced that Senator U Follette has f.oritlea have granted a license to mi iUn nt mf f(((. (ic nMmu, lwrk
declared for Wilson. Tho Wisconsin olfrr' widow to ilrhe a taxlcab, and tp g,,,., f tin- Med ford ('omnier
senator will actively participate In "liellungarlauJockeyClublusgU.il cBj club
the democratic campaign. No state- a '"""F ' cin" .to.u. ,ra. iB,.r ". dB.au.
(timer the complaint ut the aboto ford to IliU ptaltitIR un the 31st day
n allied plalutIR In tl.e above entitled 'of July, I it 1 1, to secure the r)ul
ourl, uuw on liln with tliu clerk ofi( the sum of (Un hundred ((0t
tereu claims of llin defendants or dollars, tourlher with Interest there
nuy other part) or parlies In or to'mi at the rain o( 10 or rent pern
the. easterly ntty-l vo feet of lot (3) uum from July 37 loll, be loteclos.
three In Mock (HI fortyfuiir, Mrli txl, that nil rlht. Iitlo nj Intcrnt
i'U uililltluu to I.Unmtli Kails, Ore. of nil of until UelfHuUuts la u4 U
Kl). nil 'I iUlelliiK ilnlutllT's title In until land ho forrclirj. ouept Ut
'lid ireinles nt un.ilmt nil claims nt'rlriht to rnlrem as to I.U.I t; U
I io ileteiidants, and holding that In and lo the UnJi therein ilricrlM:
l t.ilntlrt U iiHiirr in (ro ilmiile nl thr. All of lots I. 1 3, 1 anil Hot
mid ireniltea and lor his costs andlhloek 33, and lots ii, 7, I, anil II,
Uuhuiseliient In said suit nnit for 'of hlock 31, all In HcdmJ AJJllloi
such oilier nn. I further reller as tu.lu the City of KUnutli Kails, Urefcs,
Utility lila niertnln jaccordlng In the duly ieruri)i4 (Ul
Dill uiiiliiout la pilbllahvil pursu I hereof on nla In the udlre ot tV
Sill to nli order of the llonomulti rouuly clerk, KUtiuth t'ounty, Or
llenry U lli'iiiou, Judge of the clr- gon, being a part of the HU'U of lU
colt 'ourt of the HUta of Oregon, for NKVi of Hrctlon J, Towmhlp II,
tin. fount) of KUliiatti, made and vli south of Halite y. rait ot Its VYII
ttleil un tliu Ilth day of HeplemUir, Ulusllo UerldUn, In KUnuth Com
1912. and the lire! publication there- ly, Oregon, thai ianl Undi U mM It
u( la made on the 3lli day of Sep- llir mnnner protlileil by law aoJ U
ment was made concerning his plans
l if. The latter Is Mlta Klilo Ilulfor.l.
dnughler of a once famous KurIUI.
Jockey, Sam Ilulford, who la uuw llv
li.g In lloumanla.
Mr Usknr hna been urtUf In I. tnher. 1913
curing aid for the Nntlonnl I'ark, and
his Ult U ionMrrr. lniiortniit for f 3I-1 1-7 r
J C IIUTCNIC.
Attotiwy for I'UlntlsT
plea to guilty. Sentence waa de
ferred. Clark then joined Ortle Mc
Manlgal in the United States mar
The other defendants expressed the
grestest surprise at the action of
prlsa will also receive s medal.
The essays are limited to 3,000
each, must be written In the student's
own handwriting on one side only ot
the paper sad accompanied by a cer
tificate from the writer's teacher,
stating that the writer la a pupil In a
designated class, and tbst the teach
er believes the esssy to be the pupil's
owa uaaldesl work.
The essays must be signed by the
writer, givlag also his or her post
office address (Including county).
Tbey should be forwsrded to Harold
C. Stephens, chairman ot the commu
te, 110 Wilcox building, Portland.
Oregon, aad should reach their destl
been the leader In twelve dynamiting
outrages In and about Cleveland.
The defendants, all labor leaders,
seemed uneasy In court this morning.
They eyed eseh other suspiciously.
No one Is allowed to see) Clark.
"Clark haa pleaded guilty." said
District Attorney Miller. "How snd
why Is his own business. If others
ar to follow his example it will be
known when they take the stand be
fore the court, and not before."
The district attorney continued his
statement. He detailed the story of
the Los Angeles explosions, calling
Jim McNamara "one of the bloodiest
murderers In history." He also de
scribed dynamltlngs In Salt Lake and
nation not later than January 1, 1913.
Essays not complying with these con-1 Pittsburg,
dltlons will be rejected.
la awarding these prises the com- ..u.... nr . ..--,,
.uu. .in b. ,...,.. , ,... iiiiiifst nr imp d iks iiic
CAUSES MUCH ANXIETY
Jl'nltcd Press Service
KX KOUTR TO TRW CITY BRATTY INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 7. Jamea
MKKTH AX INDIAN WHO HAD VVhltcomb Hllcy was showered with
JUST HERN RKLKASBD FROM lct,cr n"d tcl'Krams today, It being
,.,. .... his 59th blrthdayv Ho romalned at
COUNTY JAIL ni hon)e
"1 am thankful to everyonn for
When Deputy United States Mar- their kindness to mc," ho said. "I
havu not nn enemy In tho world. My
health Is better than It was n )ar
shal Deatly waa returning to this city
from Cbltoquln Sundsy he met Joseph
Wilson, sn Indian, who bad Just been
released from the county Jail, where
he had been held as a witness In a
case In which a white man was cbarg-J
ed wun selling him wniskey. The in-
dlan waa In a sad stats of Intoxlca- "nlted Preaa 8rvlc!
Hon, and waa brought to this city,
where be was turned over to Edson
Watson, supeilntendent of the Klam
The Indian expressed great Indig
nation when ordered to come back
here, and Immediately after arrival
wanted to fight with the federal offi
XOW IN HKHHIOX
SAN 1)1 KOO. Oct. 7.The conven
tion of the Btnto l,abor Federation
opened hero today. The delegate
predict the election of 1). P. Ilaggorty
of the machinists union of 8an Fran.
Cisco as president; Paul Scharrenber
of the sailors union of San Franclnco
as secretary. W. A. Enl r i-n. a.i
He was easily dlsuaded, how-Vetes Is opposing Haggerty. i
The naming of Andrew Gallagher!
. to be delegate to the general conven-
VKXIKKMKX TRY 'tlon at Rochester Is expected. It Is
TO E8CAPK DUTY ' expected that the convention will
- - adopt a resolution of confidence Ini
i nlted Press Mtrvkc the Iron workers bow on trial In
NKW YORK, Oct. 7. Before start- Indlanapolla.
log the Decker trial, Justice OoS tm-
paneled a special grand jury to probe INH.i.MTY KKAH ,
Suit lu Equity to KorecloM Mort
gage ' HuiiiBHHia
In the Circuit Ce.ii: of the Htate ol
Oregon for Klamsl'i County
.oieh T. Peters. Plaintiff
.tin Hardy, Ira Hard, Jni:v Hoe Har
dy. Jonn Dee Hard), Heirs at
Ijw of J. Frunt Ilildy, De.
ceased; Also the UuUnowu Heirs
of J. Frank Hardy, D'Cesscd;
AUo, Alt Unknown I'umont or
Parlies Claiming Any Illglil,
Title, Estate, Lien r .nleresi In
the Ileal Eatato Dc:ilb.l In the
Complaint licruin, Defendants.
To lla Hardy, Ira Hardy. Jane
,oo Hardy, John Dee Hardy, hslrs al
Mi- unknown hU r a of J. Krnnk Hardy,
etiuicil, also all unMnnwn persons ot
turliea clnlmliiK any right, title, es
tate, lien nr Inlerett In tho real es
tate described In the complaint hero
in, Ihu nboto named dcfetidauta.
In llin tame of thu Ulate of Oregon,
on are hereby rtqulrcil to appear niiI
procteda nl aald sale b applied II
Klral- To the roal anil dtaburse
llienla of tills suit auJ the foreclostrl
'ulid ante of said premises
Hecolid To the payment ef iocs
In thn Circuit Court of Hie Htate ot
Oriron. fur KLirnatl. f?niinlv.
(In Kaully, Mortgage Korecloeure) M courl m" !
J (I Hleven.on. Plaintiff. ',,o18 " "' '" ,0 '
,, el therein.
Marie L OlfJord and Waller 8. (Jlf- ThirdTo the payment to plalatH
ford, Defendants. .of thr sum of live hundred (500.0)
To Mario I. tllfford and Waller H.jtollnra. with Inlereel thereon si Us
tllflord. the Above.Nanied De- tatw of 10 jer cent per snnum froa
fendants, jtho 37th day of July IMI. until
In tho Name of the Htate of Oregon! fuU.
Vou arn hereby required to appear This summons is aerved upon let
ind answer tho complalnl of the.tij order of the Honorable Hear; 1.
.itoionnmed plaintiff In the above ' I enaon, Judge of the circuit court ot
entitled court, now on file with the the Htate of Oregon, for KUmti
tlcrk of said rourl, within six weeks iVuntr. made on thr 21th da; el
from the date of tho flral publication liM-pteinher. A D 1913 br publlralios
ul tli la aummuna, nnd you are notified thereof lu the Klamath Kepubllcia.
Dial If you fall In appear nnd answer n wtekly newspaper publlilnd Ii
Kid complaint na hereby riniulred, Klimnth County Oregon, for sit WB'
tlio plaintiff will apply fur a decree tvcutlyo aeeka, the date of the erst
of tlila court, as prayed for In bin publication bring ou lb.' 3lh daj el
miilalnt. li.: MpUuiher, A D, 1912
That a certain mortgage given by' JOHN WWIN.
Mario L, Clifford and Walter H. Olf-'f-SCIIvT r -Atnrney for I'lalatlJ
nilis-kise? fr Trfv VXass Ttnfr
SIIIUM9( V I VT I.VHI awave
Stir up your liver a little, just cnouhtotnrt the bile nicely. 0:.e
of Avcr's Pills al bedtime i all you liccil. These pills act tlircctly
on the liver. Mailc for llivlnliunt of corwtlpntlon. biliousness,
dyspepsia, tick-headache. Askour doctor If lie knows a better
pin lor a sitimiish liver. Then follow his advice.
ths police and the underworld. He
questioned SO vsalremsa before
2 Accuracy of statement. UflUuTO tKUUll rlHAIC 1 1 Meeting a Jury. Most of ths veniremen' "'nlted Press Kc-rvlce
1 Manner of treatment. 'sought to escape service. HAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 7. Mm. it
4 Orthography, syntax and punci . . ,M. Ilium, fearing that she was about
tPtloa. hTATlHTIOJHHOWTHATXUMllEltlTAXPKAALTY l become Insane, saturated her
OK NTftlKElUt iH IXCHKAHIXG COM EH TODAY clothes with gasoline and then sit
ItAPlDLY MAXUKACTUnKnH . - w "lom on n'e- She was burned to a
5 Neatness and legibility,
These prises are offered to encour-j
age lore of our country and the study.
of history. J
I'nited Press Hervlce
FOR A CAMPAICV ST. PETERSBURG. Oct. 7. -Tho
t 'ilUd Prees Serres)
WASHINOTON, D. C, Oct. 7.
Colonel Hannan, 1 Foltett's secre
tary, testified before ths senatorial
campaign probe committee today. Ht
nsld that ths total receipts for La
Follette's pre-convwatloa campaign
fund were 6t,9IS, Ths egpeadltures
amounted to f Isss. Charles Craas
contributed 111.500. OlfcTord Plnchot,
Amos Plachot snd Coagressmsa Kent
contributed 110,000 each. La Fol-U-tte
coatrlbntsd 1,I00. Later Mr.
Crass gay 11,17 gsars).
"Rudolph tprscktes lartHy paid
all of the sspsaw tesldsaUl to tas
La FoUstts) sampslga la CaUfocmla."
sild Us wRsteaa.
grpwlng political and economic un-
i rest In Russia Is empbaalxed In a bul
letin published today by the Union of
Manufacturers of Moscow.
Carefully compiled figures as given
showing that whereas In 1911 only
103,000 workers, Cft per cent of all
workers, took part In strikes, during
tho first six months of this year the
number of strikers was 61,000, or 31
per cent of the entire working class.
Of this number 615.000 struck work
for political purposes, It Is declsred.
St. Petersburg alone furnished 200.
OOi) strikers In this period.
Everybody's doing It WhatT Sub
scribing for Ths Herald, of course.
, Auto Driver Improves
Culled Press flsrvlta
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 7. De Palma
Is greatly Improved today, and It Is
now expected that ha will recover.
The Isst opportunity to pay 1911 'crisp. Tho fire did but little other I
w niiiiuui yvMtiif atMiiuvii waa ...... a,n,
given today. When tho offlce of the '.
sheriff closes at 6 o'clock this after-1 Hperlntendcnt Edson Watson of the
noon there will be a penalty of 10 Klamath Indian reservation arrived
per cent added to the amount due, I In tho city Sunday night, en route to
and every month thereafter there Portland to npponr as a witness be
will be added 1 pre cent. 'fore tho federal grand Jury. Hu was
The last few days have been busy Inccompnnlcd here by Mrs. Watson
ones for tho force In the sheriff's of
flce, receiving the money of belsted
taxpayers who ware anxious to avoid
lie Wise aad
Have your merchants tickets reserved
and avoid the rush for the "Money
King" at the merchants' carnival to
night. Doors open at 7:30. Curtain
rises sharp at 8:20. 100 free admis
sions to holders of merchants' tickets.
First corns first served.
Rally Day Commemorated
Rally Day at the Baptist Sunday
school was fittingly commemorated
Sunday with a program by the pupils.
who will return
to tho rcHcrvntlon
Call or phans tL
Phone 127. Main St.
Don't Pay Money for Darkness
If jou uio old-fashioned tnrbon
lamps you are paying CO cents out of
'mury dollar for darknons. Uo Edi
tion Mazda lnmps'ond turn your whole
dollar's worth of curronl Into llWit.
Put an Edison Matda lamp wher
i vor you have a carbon lamp, and you
will get three .tlmos as much light
without spending a cont more for
Coma lo uur storo today uud see
Edison Maidu lumps nave revolu
tionized electric lighting for homes,
Mnros, olllces, factories, They aro so
durable that they are used on auto-
coMIca and fast trains. They burn
lu uny position, fit any socket, use
i-ny curront. They are made In all
ulzes, with plain, bowl frosted or
(completely frosted globes, See our
vindow display. Ds modern and live
In the radiance ot the Rdtson Maida.
j Call us b-ohr phone Is 1IM.
, C. BCOON
The Electrical Man' 010 Main
IS,ve;ivtlaIiir: ! AjHisIo
Hlieriiiiu. Cla A O" ' l'l'1"'
flletiiwny ami oilier imuiiis
.... . . Kin ...I.
iw inner in.mri m -
( prlfea. Tuiiiiig uid repilfi
.Mini! rll.WIMI JI.ICHIM
OI.IVI II TVPI Will 1 1" NI!
XlflOII T.W.IilNM MACHIM-
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KUMATH FAUS MUSIC HOUSE
7 1 It Main Street
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allowing i" comfortable
.g'rowliiK bulanco In the savnun
bunk. Evory new deposit 11
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which Ihoro can be no rl "
plncss. You ought to have itt
u hook. Why not come hsrew"
gat one todsyT
First Triiatand Savings Bank
Klamath Fall, Oregon