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THE EVENING HERALD
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Because our
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la a If eeteae.kepeake. Why
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COTTAIE STUDIO
A compHmehlary order will
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FA COFFKK"
Naeie Hrttrr.
Published dally eneat aaaday ay Ua
Herald. PabHehlac Oempany of
Klamath Falls, at 111 Fourth St
Entered at tha poatoBce at Klamath
Fall, Oregoa,. tor traatmltelon
through tha walla aa tecoad-cUs
nutter. t
Subscription terme by mall to, any ad
Urea la tha United States:
On year ....... ,.. . ....15,00
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wooPaafet baormm
Taar vary Ufa depends on
what yea eat ' it behooves yea
to aa particular. It foo arc par
tkalar about groceries wa want
you for oaa of oar customers
Wa prlda oarselvee'ea tha, high
ctaaa gooda wo seU. and tha
etacleat service aje.give our
patroaa. . -We bafa groceries
far aartlcalar people. '
anocKiiras pkvith
VWOKlAWLVm
VaiTloer, Bros.
CITY DADS GET
BUSY ON WORK
WITHOUT FRICTION, COUNCIL
4 MMI'iTll AND TRAX8ACTH MUCH
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BCUNIBkV-mxxwan tknokiu
RK8IONATION
LOVE OF RICH
CHINK SPURNED
DAINTV HOOTCH LAtWIK WITH
TMK GRKT HAY MONO HA8 AN
Ot'roitTL'NITY Tt IIKCOMK ONU
OF ROYALTY
MIm Maria Daaa, put ot tha pratty
llttlt aMltUuta ot too Uraat Ray
ntobd. haa an uulquo louvenlr that
iho prlica very hlshly. It waa dur
ing Mr. Raymond's lait vlatt to t'akln,
whn at a banquet (Iran to him by
tha couiln ot tha lata emparor. MIm
lint that waa not all. lit tha hot
w n beautiful illatnoud aunbunt,
rtwlalnlng Ihlrlylwu illamomli, and
attached to the Mine u''
again aiklng for her hand In mar
ring. Need Ira to ay, h refuted
hit haud, but kel the auuburtt.
MIm Kthel Danby, hit other charm
ing AMUUnt, hat In the couree of her
travtlt wllh Mr. Ilaymond, recalted
owr fifty propotaU of marriage. One
lit iiartlcular wat funny. It waa dur
ing the romimny't tlay In Slam, that
Ml Danby teceltrtM a propotal from
a cabinet mlultler, Along with the
offer wat tent a baby elephant, with
n email flUmeio tenant aa attendant
MU Danby wa forced to take the
elephant along with her on the attain-
er when the departed, aa It woutu
have been a grot lutult to have left
FISHING
TACKLE
TACJ
rteng y
we nave ererytaiBg you
aead for that SeWag trip:
Hook, line, rote. reel,
aaaketa, etc. We rtnt
tent, aunt ih camping
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OvcrWorlndStoiMuJi
Wieu yew atoauek waa get dtgett
food, tha went thing yea aw de to to
take i lot of dig eeUre "" Traa.
tkey give teaemy raUaf, tat yva
Hwsea m ua Muratar. urn ef aa
petita uuitmitm, djrmau aad keat
achetcaa only be permtfieitly reUavef
by remerlBg the cauee. la auar eaaaa.
condlUont retult la ratatag the itftiiii
tad prtrtntag It fraai algetttag feed
a iuiurat way. )
If yea waat year - ! Am u
&& iL,f."iar' K!5-5
ttoauck wlUaaafca doHa owa ark
tnge l gat
toota M'tl
nrtae - -- -
turngtk frem.Wi Ok aaaeaa.
V';.1'V;pC?Crlon
Many fra'e,aeaeaaa' -"-
art the.retuR ef 'kjeatmaal SSSui.
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Harmony prevailed at the meeting
ot the city couaclt laat night, aad, aa
a rceult, the accumulation ot bualneaa
waa dlaaoaed ot with aeataaaa aad
dUpatch. Curloua cltlsaaa who at
tended tha meeting eipectlag to wit
aeea a repetltloa ot aceaet of the peat
moath were dleeppotated. laatead,
the city dada proceeded to butlaeat
with a spirit which ladlcated that the
conduct ot the alalia ot the city waa
the moat Important duty ot the cona
dl after all.
Councilman McOowaa. before
haadlag la hU realgaatlon, made a
Oaal etfort to brlag about the eatab
tlahmeat ot a lira bell in the munici
pal bote tower, Instead ot a whittle,
aad la the argument oa thla matter
there waa a aaaa ot old-time erenee,
but the majority ot the council agreed
with Councilman Savldge aad voted
for the whittle. Mr. McOowaa ac
cepted hit defeat gracefully, aad then
tendered hit raalgnaUoa, which waa
accepted. It appears that be haa
moved from uo ward from which ho
waa elected, aad la ao longer quallaed
to serve.
'I do aot like to acept the resign-
Uoa, Mr. McOowaa," said Ua auyor.
We will be leaeeome wRkout you."
The Are alarm awtter waa brought
up following the passage of'aa ordi
nance authoriilag tha employmeat ot
a man to take care ot the Ore equip
ment of the city, it was stated that
st the present time the equipment.
for waat ot attention aad care, la go
ing to rack aad ruin. With bat the
dUaeatlag vote of Councilman Doty,
the ordinance was passed, aad Ed
Wakefield wss appointed to the place
at a salary of 183,33 1-3 per month.
Councilman McGowan moved that
the city recorder be Instructed to pur
chsae a 1.600 pound bell to Install la
the hose tower. The motion wss lost,
howuver, aad a motion by Council-
maa Savldge to call for bid for a
are whistle waa carried.
,A- M. Crystal saade application to
move his ssiooa from 31 Mala street
to 110 Mala atreet, la tha building
owned by Joha Houstoa- There wss
ao objectloa raised, aad the applica
tion was. granted.
Z. J. Powell made appllcatiaa for
the transfer of bis liquor Jlcease for
the place known as the "ftmoke" to
Q.'U. Qsxad. Thla waa graated. .
A resolution introduced at the re
quest of the city treasurer for the
transfer of funds from the bond snd
sinking fund to the general fend waa
adopted. Thla action became aecea
sary because of the failure of several
taxpayers to pay street assessment
sad the necessity of the city meeting
the interest oa the bonds.
The bill ot 7C0 of I. J. Xaapp for
services rendered la preparlag plans
for a new city ball wss brought up
again, and Attorney Mills argued that
the claim be paid. Objections arose,
however, because It was bold that
Mr. Kaapp Had agreed not to aak for
money for the work unless the city
sold bonds for the erection of the
building.
A resolutloa Introduced at the re-,
quest of the Womea's Civic League,
urging the Southern Pacific to beau
tify tbo region in the vicinity of the
depot by the establishment there of
a park was adopted.
Lights were ordered lastslled on
Lewis street south of Bridge strset;
at Front and Orchard streets, aad at
Btukle and Orchard streets, In Mills
addition
Two building permits wsre graat
ed. They wsre:
P. M. Rejdy for a one-story brick
htilldlagnea Seveath street, aear
Klamath avsnao.
L. O, Will, frame garage oa let 13.
block 301, Mills addition,
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TMK OHKAT RAYMOND
Deem was Intredaced .to one ef the
richest Chinese Jn anna. He wss a
highly educated maa, and spoks Kn
It behind. Needless to say, she dis
posed of It at the aest ataad.
Iloth tbeee young ladle come from
gllsh fluently. He became madly In-jibe beat English families. MUs Desn
fstustsd wKh the little Isdy, sad
durlag the evealng be proposed mar.
rlage.
Miss Desa la her blunt Scotch way.
informsd him ikat she would asver
marry a maa who carried a "pig-tall
behind," meaning his qusue. Its
smiled, but said nothing. Ths nest
Is related to Lord Loasdste. Mr.
Rsymond became tequalnted with
them at a private theatrical glvea by
the Duke of Manchester, aad waa la-
teretted la seeing them do a few
tricks of msglc. lis induced them to
take the present trip, more to see
tbo world than anything sUe. Both
day, at ber hotel. Miss Dean wss wait- young ladles are wealthy, and are In
ed on by three Chinese servant In Move with their work snd enchsntsd
gorgeous uniform, snd wss presented (With their trip. Thlt It their first
la hor suitor's asms with ,ta eoor-j visit to America,
moua basket of champagne. In the The Oreat Raymond will appear at
center of the basket was a gold box. 'the opera house for a limited engage
In which when opened, she was as-'ment ot tbre nights,, starting Friday,
tounded to find the "pig-toll."
November Ith.
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Tbo following realty trantfera,
tuntract. ilceds, niortiagvs, etc., re
cently flled with the county clerk,
are furnished by tli? City and County
Attract cotcpaey:
V-
Vtf
The Hall Grill serrss speclsl jser-
ehsaU Uaeh daly.'36 eeats. gltf
United States to Theo. A. Hsm-
mertley, patent. NH NKW, NH NW
K. Sec. 15-37-11 H.
Emory A. I'lumb to Joseph Nssoa,
wsrrsnty deed, 11,600, SUM Sec. 19-
17-10.
W. 8. Worden to J. W. Berrlsn,
warranty deed, 10, lot 1. block IS,
Wordea.
Mamie Clubertsoa to Tbos. Draks,
warranty deed, 98,600, NKK 8ec.
36-31-.
Wm. S. Wordea to T. It. Shockley,
v.prranty deed, f 10, lot 1, block 45,
Worden.
Security Investment compsny to
Hary K. Pelts, warranty deed, 110.
lots 10 to 21, block 11, Falrvlew
The S. 0. Johnson company to W.
P, Johnson, wsrrsnty deed, 110, SE
100 feot of block 41. Hillside: lots
5 and , block 49, Hot Springs, sad
alley vacated,
Victor A. Johnston to Oregon Mili
tary Land Grant company, quit claim
deed, 110, all Sec. ll-ll-l.
United BUtee to Jos. C. Smith, pat
ent, E4 NKW, 8WU NEtf, BK
NWK, Sec. 25-14-14.
United Btntos to Cora 0. Clenden-
lag, patent, tiW NEW. Ett NWtt,
lots 1 and 2, Sec. 30-34-15, and NWH
see. ii-is-ie.
W. D, Harris to United States, wsr-
ranty deed, $287, right of way over
nw mu, m y, swi4 SB
Hi MC. 37-S-,
KUauth Coaatr Bsak to Ales Mar
tin, warrsaty deed, 10. NWH Sec.
3S.19-9.'
D D. Johnson to Star fltukel. war
rsaty deed, 13,500, undivided half
Interest In the 8WH, WH 8Ei SB
M BK Sec. Id; NH BEH. 8WH
KHH.NEH 8WH,8ec. 17-40-13.
Fred Weckert to Fred Melhase,
quit claim deed, ft, SEH NEK, NK
H SEU.See. 4jSW4 NWH, NWH
BWH. See. 3-37-9. '
C. H. Moore to Annettn E. Shaw,
wsrrsnty deed, flO, lot 1, block 4,
Riverside.
M. J. Daley to John Madden, war
ranty deed, II, BWH Sec. 17-37-15.
The Klamath Development compa
ny to F, E. Taylor, warranty deed,
110, lot 3, block IS, Hot Springs.
F. K Tsylor to Paulino SchwarU,
warranty dead, 10, lot 3, block II,
Mot Spring.
J. O. Hoyt to Alfred B. Fsssett,
wsrrsnty deed, lo, WH NEHi NW
V SKH.Iot , Sec 31.
W, S. Worden to T. J. Mendenball.
wsrrsnty deed, 10, lot 11, block 13;
lot 11, block 33, Worden.. '
If It's worth liavlasT." It's worth ttt.
unaa, nee emirate at SIM
it reel, or phooa awl,
A Safe Investment
Well located Mala afreet orooeriv
l probably the safest Uvestmeat la
the Kluin.il, jMsia. jgt new I have
Uie enclutira aala ,.f A' aa.ft. mtMm -
Mala street, with wVw solid eeacrete
building. U gives m aare laeesae, la
near the center ft bwslases sad fat.
a iwuet; every day, f lalwtid
lonie la aaAasft the arise sad terms.
Also ask mm aweitt towe vacant Mala
street property,
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Opera HNse-3 Nlf ils-Slirlinr FrMiy Eve NirJ
The Great Raymond
The world's gresteet Illusionist, presenting positively the meet
novel, orlglnsl aad startling MAUtUAl, I'HIU'OHMANCK ever tea.
cetved. Seventy tone of magnlSrent scenery, stage ittllnti tit
paraphernalia- J uit conclmied third lilumpbtl 'llound-thrWerU
Tour. First aaaranceri Atnerlra In ill years. Muter of air.
clea and mlsslonarkof mirth. King of entertainers ami euUrUltw
of king. I'RICiaOsM to ft.
DON'T COUGH
Send t Underwood's and
let a bottle of NYAL'S
White Pine and Tar
It will relieve the Irritation, soothe yoar throat
and stop the Cough. Oel a bottle and altta
well tonight. ' Large Bottles 50c
U N DVE RWOOD'S
Corner Main aad Seventh
WESTERN TRANSFER CO.
OMre Itiottv I OKI. RraWrarr Fliuoe 1.13.
IIIH NKHVIUC
IIAOUAOE FHKH1HT
NOVINO AND OKNRHAIi Tlt.t.SHUCII
WANo Movtifa a ariicuLTr
Faseeagera PHked la sa4 aVIIrrml any nn la Tows
JOE MOOKE rroprlotor
Why sap" the cow orha
ness the "plugs" withoui
a light on these dark
mornings?
We have a fuU line c Hem's snd '.DlfUA
CoM Olltt Nob-BIwm tMh snd kud lnt
X rnett TO stnr YOU
WILLIAM C. HURN
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We Welcome Small Deposits h
Did you ovor stop to thla that a hundred small """"I'JL
a bsak stronger than n dossn li rge ones? That U one of our r
for urging the man of limited means to trsnssct bis businos .
Iir .eeoiint. .r. w.leems. too. far ll Is uur lurio 10 ,.
ALL the people. . ' , ...-.itJU
i II matters not what amour, of msuey y" lVe. ,0J .L'5
will accept If at tbu bank. W we!ome tbo sma.i 'd ' J
a a . 1 IJ ! . J ....a.mlea iirC0ra6U W ".
loijo 10 ain in mmm wmummmrm in i - -
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our p.troas
Our customers all'kjtow this
THE FIRSyiTjONIIL BANJ,
Cap!. 1100.000 &J
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