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Kalem Jtroad Drama.
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la man all
Wa have every Ulag you
aaai tor that Btkiag trlpi
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beakrto. ete. We rial
teats. gune and eampieg
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THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH. .... arattar
Pubtlaked aattr eteept Beaaar ar aha
Herald Pabtleklag Oeesimajr al
Klamath Felm. at til Peart ft
Baterea at tke poetomee at Klamath
FaOe, Oregon, tor tranam melon
tkrough taa alalia aa oeeoad-clesa
Subscription terma ay mall to any ad-
draw In the United States:
One year 15.00
One month t SO
KLAMAT4I FALLS. . ORBUON
WEDNESDAY, DEC. II. ISIS
Taa following realty transfers.
contracts, deeds, mortgagee, ate. re
cently Cled with th couaty dark.
aro furnished by the City and Couaty
Freeh Candles, Made la
Fatraaaaa Home mveasry-
waat Shop Caady?
United State to Ava M. Baraee,
pateat. NWVl 8WH. 8R4 8W14,
Nil 8EV. Sac. aS-ST-t.
C. K, McAlpta to 1. B. Hosbreok,
warraaty dead. $10. 8 NWK NEK
EUaabetk La Flak to Geo. Hilton.
(warraaty dead, $1,500. 8 H 8RH. Sac.
It; 8WU 8WH See. 17: NWU NW
K. 8ac 34-34-14.
8yday N. Barack to Aaty B. Slaioa
warraaty dead. 110. tot 4. Mock II.
Ckaa. J. 8wlala to R. N. Day. war
raaty deed. 110. NH NE4, NRH
NWH, Sec 3S-3I-M.
Lett L. McDoaald to W. A. Uaaeaa
Mtt al, warraaty deed. IS.300. NWU
NEH, N NW, 8EH NWH. 3ec
Grace Maaoa et tir to Mabel at
Basle, warraaty deed. $10. loU I aad
. block 4. rirat addltloa. aad part
ot lot ?, block 7. Ewauaa Hetfbta
Ktaaatk KerporaUoa to Walter A.
Tarmer. warraaty dead. $10, lot 7.
block til, Mllta Secead addltloa.
Ortcoa lalaad IaiaroTeiaeat eoai
aaay to Warraa Bkerweod. warraaty
deed. $1, lot 10. Mock 4. Orladale
MCARTY IS NOW
THE MK.WV H1TTINO M1H-
WVRI HOY AM. BUT rVTB THE
CUKHU) FIREMAN TO BLEEP.
8pclal to The Herald
LOS AN0EI.K8. Dae. 11. Luther
McCarty, by gltlac Jlat Flyan a te-
rero beating laet night, lead the
"white hox" (or the championship
o( tho heat ywetght dlvliloa. He will
try concluiloaa with At Palter New
Year' Day, aad. It ka la victorious.
will be balled aa the ckaatploa.
The Pueblo Bromaa aerer had a
chance la laat nlght'a going. It waa
only hla remarkable vitality that
aaved him from going oat. Aa It was.
he took aa awful ttcktag. aad In the
sixteenth round tha referee stopped
the ngkt. awarding tha decision to
McCarty, who left the rlag with
scarcely a mark on klm.
That KIs a aavlac H :
to bay tka beat groceries to tka
market aad to gat them at a
store taat kaa a repatatloa for
If year wite'la net oae of oar
caatemera yea' aro leatag aoma
Utag to' taa aaUag ltoa aa wall
a to taa mnr Baa. Talk k
over with her aad gtra as a
Van Roper Bros.
M afa Al"1 Tilini.iiiiBk ka.
SfTMCa CMf paVaMstf Valla
S West Mala at.
Mft) wHfcor wiKv
' jjt tirirs
BmBt SamlamB HmrMm
aaaM coacrtto baMeaag; inrijgfjfia.
Savfoet let em ansmmmava 877S.
Se feet oa Sixth straw, 81,4m, ealy
Corner lot to ytials Addatlam at
Aelde'lot to Alchok AamMsea) at
tfaer tot jt Htcoad Hot Bfrtaga
nswVrtow 1st oa aha BBB at ftmS.
Mnaak ami Iota aa aB amrto af mm
CaB ami let a lt!8 eatoadar.
ami Mate S rkema
Cure Your Kidneys
Bo Bat ndssmsr Idle
a VaBs Otrnaa)
LEARY OF BUD
CALIFORNIA UOHTWEKIMTB DO
NOT UKE THE IDEA OF M1XINO
TanXCM WITH THE VANCOUVER
Medford frleada of Uud Anderson,
the clever lightweight, art eadeavor
lag to get a Igbt for aim with oae of
the best of California lightweights.
Court Hall, the Medford light pro
moter, kaa received tke following let
ter from H. O. Lowry. spertlag edi
tor ot tka Oakland Trlbane:
"Regarding Uud Anderson, Twaat
to advise you tkat Mr. MoaUt (an
Oakland promoter) kaa klm la mind,,
but ka lads dlBculty la lading a suit
able boy for him, aa tboaa kereakoata
Impress aa tkat they are afraid to
tackle klm. Both McFartaad aad
Edwards were offered a boat wltk
klm aad decllaed. aad even Frankta
Bums glvea one this tmpreaslom also.
Nevertkdeea 1 shall coatlaae to aea
what can be doaa for klm. In tka
meanwhile I ask yon to aead ma a
photo or two of Anderson."
SOCIAL WAR IS
COMPETITION H KEEN FOR THE
HONOR OF BECOMING INAUGU
RAL CHAIRMAN FOR PREttl
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Why will people eenUaue.to safer
tke agoaloa of kldaar damalatot.
backache, urinary dlaortlara. lame-
aces, headaches, laagaerwky altow
themselves to bseama aironla tova
IMa when a tasted remddy la aHarai
Ooaa'a Xldaey Pllla to tka remedy
to use, because It gtfes to Ua kid
coys tka kelp they Bead to perform
If yon have aay.jevea oae, of tke
symptoms or kidney dJaaase, eare
yourself now, before dropsy or
Orlght's disease eats la. Read this
Klamath Falls testimeny:
Mrs. Qeorge Bell, Washington
street, Klamath Falls, Ore., says:
"Home time ago I began to safer
from pains la my back, due to die-
ordered kidneys, Tke kidney eeere-
tiona were also uaaatural, eaualag
mo anaoyaaee. ( Hearlag at Dean's
Kidney Pills I procured a supply and
began their use. They completely
eared me. I aan highly resemmead
DeantoKMaey Pllla to other kidney
For saley all aeaiers. Frlee
eeaU. Feetka-MNbura Co.. Buffalo.
Hew York, soiagate for tke United
Remember.tbe aame- Doan'a aad
aike no ether.
United Prene Barrlaa v
WA8HIN0TON, D. C, Dee. 11-
The merrleat Uttle social war 'the
natlonnl capital has known for de
cades baov on. Tke prlso of war
ggl la tkamonor of being named aa la-
augarat chairman, taking charge of
ttof ceremoales by wblck President
Uct Woodrow Wllaoa becomes suc-
vwv. ftw mtuaat n. ib in jsmrca
4 th. Tke social war coatee about be
cause there are a score or mere wo
men who want the honor of being the
"flrst lady In the land" for n few foot
ing minutes on March. The wife of
the toaugnral chairman la always taa
new president's partner In the grand
march which ushers In the brilliant
COMPARIHON WITH THAT OF
(lOOII ROAM ASSOCIATION IH
NOW OETTINU ACTIVE
Comparison ot tha Washington and
Oregon road legislation programs
made within the last two daya by
leaders In the Oregon good roan's
movement have been very much to
the disadvantage of this state, II la
IWthout a dissenting voice the
Washington State Qood Uoads Asso
ciation has recommended to the legit
Isture great advances along all line,
whlto In Oregon there Is such a differ
ence ot opinion aa to method of road
construction between road ndvocates
that no unirbrm recommendations
have been made. The Washington
recommendatlona Include n proposal
that the atate load taa levy be la-
creased from one-halt mill to one
mllL Oregon haa no state road taa
Washlagton'a road association rec
ommended that tha permaaeat road
fund lavy be lied at three mills. Ore
gon haa no permaaeat road fund levy.
The recommendation of tha Wash
ington people that tha state road fuad
be apportioned between Eastern and
Western Washlagtoa in proportion to
tales paid by each section baa no par
allel la Oregon because there Is no
provision for state aid of counties in
Abolishing the office of couaty en
gineer In each couaty aad substitut
ing therefor n highway department
created for each couaty Is aaotker of
the recommendations ot the Washing
ton aMoclatloa. Such a plan, l Is
asserted, would be good for Oregon
and la line wltk former recommenda
That coavlcta be used In balldlax
state highways, that the legislature
deslgaate u day la June ot sack year
aa "good roada day"; that the mail
mum grade on trunk linen be 0 per
cent aad on laterala a per cent; that
tke pork barrel system ot distribute
tog road funda be abolished, and thai
city streets connecting with perma
nent roads be Improved by agreameat
between city and county authorities,
were other recommeadalione.
Oregon haa power now to use both
state aad county prlaenera oa tke
roada, aad will aa soon aa recemmen
datloaa are made to meet the coat ot
camps aad materlala. Oregon haa
had but oaa good roada day, but oa
proclamation of the govtraor. The
Oregon plan for distribution of road
funds, which. blU 340, defeated at the
last election, provided tha 'Very plan
that the people ot Washington now
seek to put Into effect.
One ot tke Washington recommen
dations waatkat tha esteaslve road
scheme of Ranler National Park be
Indorsed. Similar support for a good
program about Mt. Heod would be as
valuable to Oregon aa Ranler Is to
Washlagtoa, for tourists and sight-
its, It la aald.
The Washington deed Roada Asso
ciation also went oa record aa uaaal
mously approving a $609,000 appro
priation for tke Washington building
at Ike 1I1B exposition la Baa Fraa
elsco. Oregon has been asked to ap
propriate a Ilka amonaL
FOR THE CITY
IN A PQHTIiANn INTKnVIEW,"Tltr;
WELL KNOWN PROPERTY OWN
Elt HERE TEMM OK PHOtlHNKM
MADE IN KltAMATll FALLM
W. Paul Johiiion, In an Interview
In Portland the other day, did a lot
ot boosting (or Klamath Falls.
"One section ot Oregon that It go
ing ahead with great strides Is Klaai
nth Falls and the country around It,"
said Mr. Johnson. "It would turprlto
tome of the people from thle part of
the tlato who have regarded Klamath
rails at a sort of" a frontier Western
town, to tee the big brick butlaesa
blocks and the generally substantial
nature of the development there,"
"I have been Interested In Klamath
rails and the country around It for
many years, and have teen. It grow
from the shack stage to Its present
position. And It Is only beginning to
nrow. IU development Is all of the
most substantial kind.
Wltk Ave sawmills running at ca
pacity aad the settlers learalag how
to use tha best advantage the water
from the dltchee la the big Irrigation
project on which the United States
government haa spent $4,500,000, the
town and country about It are enjoy
ing remarkable proeperlty. Klamath
Falls will be one of the big cities of
Oregon. Nothing can stop It. for lit
people are ot the enterprising kind
HE UDSHED TILL K NED
TAYLOKBIIUna, Ohio Abe Bkln
ner the village pessimist, laughed
himself to dtath read lag BIFFI tke
(treat American Maculae ot Fua,
which it maklag greater ttrldea tkaa
any other magaatae before the Amer
ican public today. It U a magatlae
that wilt heap the whole family la a
good humor. The start ot Biff con
tains the greatest artiitt. carleatur
Itta, critics aad editors on tha coatl
aent. II la highly Illustrated aad la
prlated In many colore. It will heap
the whole family cheerfal the year
'round. You can afford to speed SOc
a year to do this. Bead this cllpplag
and SOc today to The Blf Pabtlsblag
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