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I HE EVENING HERALD
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Herald PubHsMug Company
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Dallr. br mall. month,
Jallr. Mlrtrxl br earriar. wWk.
How a Kmiit. Hand taatanVa Maw fiotr.
aspraaa erdsr, txnaMl cbwk an roar local bank.
turn, coin, or currtncr.
Nmnm Law or Oatnoii.-SattJon amor
Orssun vrOThm that wrwn.Y.r any
rwiapneonfslUnii nwapapr ahall mall auch
in Miaai bs aav lufi In thla Slata without
Itrat rvcwivtne an crdcr lharafar, auch nawapapr
to m a sin. ana no aot or owica
asaliut auch prratti. wnatltrr
la ravrirsu br tha taoa to whom
nMT m --, sfj rM9M ilVlACt CrtJl
MAKbll LAND wcyuup iv JUTT Am
50 ner cent, vegetable matter. Klamath's Greatest bargains at $20 per acre and upwards Iiiy Term OUU
lha laws of Oi
t la Mat or not.
THUR&SDAY. APIUI. 10, m
He Sure Was a Manl
Wbea William Alien ro up In the
early seventies nint surprised tlic coun
try ljr being elected tovt-ruor of Ohio
ou lb Democratic ticket one of the
obstacles be triumphed over ai the
charge of being nn oM innu. He ml
dressed a great uiretlus at Mozart ball ,
la Clnotnnatt tin. titcrlit fnll.iu Inu tin.
Jar In which this III mlilsod clinnre Comity, nt Ills olllce nt
had been brought atuliut him by n n. JOrtgon, on WVdiicola) llio
pouatlile Jtepubllcau lender. Strong,
vigorous nnd well prewirwd na lie was
autl retaining- uubrokrii Unit quality
of vole which hatl designated him n
"Foghorn Allen" when lie nut In the
senate, be was Mill polttlclau enongU
to uso II for nil It una north to hlui.
After atutllit; the chaw In all lis he).
nousneu he straightened himself Jo bl
full height of more than six feet ami,
beginning lu a loud mice, asked, "Am
1 a many The next question was In
a voice pitched a scale higher and
asked. "Do I look like a maul" Hut '
the third. In which he put out all of
tils tremendous vocal power, thunder
ed to ahake the roof In roaring, "Do
1 talk like a man)" The audience was
thrilled. Such high physical power In
a man of that age appealed to It Irre-
sUtlbly. 8t. Louis Olobe-lVinocrot
Timber Land Notice
United States Land Office, Lakevlew
Oregon, February IS, IPOS.
Notice 1 licrrliy given that In com
plUnro with tlm prmlslons u( the net of
! Congress ul Juno 3, IS78, entitled "An
act (or the rale oi timber lauds In the
slates oi California, Oregon, Nevada and
Walilngton Territory," at extended to
all tlio 1'ubllc Laud States by act (
August 4, 1W2, Charles It. lVl.ap, o(
Klaiunlli Knll, County ot Klamath,
Slate of Oregon, lias filed In tills ollloe
lilt sworn ttntcuieut No. lit I'.', (or the
purchase of the w'4neX nw.'i'e'Xi '
sec. 3, tp.38 8. range Ui:. W. M and
n III offer proof to rliow that tlio Uml
sought Is more alnalile for its timber
or slono tlinn for agricultural purKc,
and to eMalillih Ms claim to. sntd ImhI
liefoie tlit) County Judge of Klitmnth
lie nnint's na ill'fft T I S'lbo
l.tr, L. D. UHcMi.m, Tiiio II. li.-l.ip,
A. M. Jnnil'on, nil of KUnntli I'.tlls, '
An) nnd nil perfons rlalmtiu: nlero
ly the nlKiMiiletcriUtl lands Mieii'in at-j
td to file t lii't r claims 111 this iilliiv on
or U-fnre raid I3tb l y of M.i IIMS.
2-W5-U J. N. Watson, register.
Petition for Liquor License
To the Honorable County Court of
the State Oregon for Klnmntli County.
Wo the undersigned, residents an. I le
gal volera of the I'rcelnct of Pprague
Itlver, In the County n( Klnmntli and
Mate of Oregon, mid actual nsiileuts
therein and who bnu nctnul refMe-l
therein for more than thirty ilajs lui-
Fiieinatlon of Borolsry. mediately preceding the dnto ot signing
"ily chaipplon biirgliir." -M Mr. I.,,,, mln .i.i. mlr ,h.ii. do hen l.v
Holuit-K. the Kllce court missionary
"Is a bookbinder by trade, vtho has
been In Jail on and off for half n cen
tury." Mr. nolmes' ramifications with this
chronic breaker of the law constitute
aa Instructive scene from bis work.
Ha behaved to tbe erring bookbinder
quit aa a brother; the man bad the
entree of the bouse and enjoyed the
friendship of the family. How was be
In tbo habit of repaying this hospitali
ty? By going out to burgle. Twice
sir. Holmes set him up. but In Tain.
Tbe only charm that life has for this
extraordinary being Is the opportuni
ties It vouchsafes for committing bur
glary. "Why ou earth dou't you leave off
burglary t" Mr. Holmes asked him
once. "Mr. Holmes." was bis reply,
"there's no fascination In tbe world to
equal It Tbe alienee of tbe night, tbe
eletsent of danger, tbe need of keeping
every sense on tbe alert It's grand."
.- ...!!.. ...ll,t... .A.. I .II..
respectlllllj -iiiiiui m-ui mini-.
. . ., i.. ...t i ii.i. '
i-uiiy to gram aim ivie iu j i, i.nr.ui
and T. M. Kdrall, of the firm of Kdsall
ilroa., a license to sell splrltoiis, vinous,
fermented or malt, liquors tn less qiitu
titles than one gitllon, In the precliid
aforesaid for a period of one jear, from
the Oth day of May A. I). HtH.
Notice is he-eby given that till l
tltlon ill be presented. In tbe Conntv
Court of the Plate of Oregon, for the
County of Klamath, at the court house
in the city of Klamath Falls, on Ihq Cth
dey of May, A. D. 1'KW, at the hour of ,
one o'clock P. M. or con tbeienfler,
os said petition nn be hwnl. ,
Itatcd this 111. day of March, A. D.i
190S " t
O.T. Anderson, L. I.. Griffin, I. T.
Anderson, F. A. Campbell, W. V. Fin-j
ley. K. IV. Whetston, A. W. hvanr, J.
M. Passer, Win. II. Garrett, Kd llloorn
ingcamp, John S. Furler, II. J. Lang
katn, Koss 1. Flnley, W. W. Pmlth,
James I'liillips, W. K. fiultor. It. I
Courtright, II. L. Anderson, C. It.
Morlti, Amos l.un.ly. Mat Uwry. J. A.
Wilson. J. K Freeman, Spralt. Wells,
C. K. llerg, J. II. Ihiyili James M. Fer-
Frank Olx-ni-liain, J- A. i.irinru
Dealing In "Cats and Dogs."
No antlqujitin pursues a more prof
itable or fascinating calling than the
dealer In "cuts and dogs," as the an
tloultles of Wnll street are dubbed.
J" .... . i toll.
"Cats and dog." are the remnants or fiMire ,O0II1lll;camn. (). M. An
old stock, bond and note Issues of rail- ,t.r,on. T0m hory. James Hell, Frank
road. Industrial or mining companies stiamley. J. A. I'arker, . (I. Itews,
on wblcb payment of Interest. UIvI-! Charles Trupp.
j I An si at a risHnailintl liaiti tiaMn In sits.
fault for years. Some of these securi
ties are worthless and obsolete, some
of doubtful value, while a few are
worth their weight In gold. Only the
expert In obsolete securities can detect
their worth. Many of these securities
can be picked up at tbo official auction
room of Wall street Many brokers
closely scrutinize tbe securities that
are offered at this auction room, and
only a few months ago 100.000 shares
of stock In a certain mining company
wart sold for a song, from wblcb the
broker hopes to realize a big sum.
Phrases or Handcuffs.
It la customary to remark that mod
em problems cannot, easily be attack-.
ed because tbey aro so complex. In
many cases. I believe. It Is really be-1
cause tbey are so simple. Nobody
would believe In such simplicity of
scoundrellsm even If It wore iiolnted i
out People would say that tlio truth ,
was a charge or mere ineiotirainatic
villainy, forgetting that nearly all
villains really are melodramatic. Thus,
for Instance, we say that some good
measures are frustrated or some bad
officials kept In power by the press
and confusion of public business,
whereas very often tbe reason Is sluv
p. healthy human bribery. We wasto
our One Intellects In finding exquisite
phraseology to fit a man when In a I
well ordered society we ought to be
finding handcuffs to fit him. O. K.
Chesterton In Illustrated London News.
CHANGE OF TIME
In Connection With
Englishman I wouldn't want to bear
more thai; tbe first line of "Tbe Bur
Spangled Banner" to know that It was
written by an American. American
Way sot EngUsbman-Tbe first two
words te U me tbat-Eicbange.
Why He Was smooth.
"That convict I was talking to,- said
tbe visitor at tbe prison, "seems to be
a satooUtffclatd of man."
"Doubtless," responded tbe warden.
"You aee.-be was Ironed when be got
lis "-Baltimore American.
"to marrUgs-a fnafr asked the
old lawkator sf Jass yesag brtoe.
lidoat know yet," replied tbe bride
aMaeeatly. "lou know, my husband
4e not paid until next Wadae
ate."-Drfftt rrtt Praag.
ITrKCTIVK AI'HII. 10, JWMt
From Klamath Falls to Kan' Fran
cisco and ail mints U-tu-cn
111 rail and (nine.
Leave Klamath Fulls I: ArM.
Ariivo at Fncers 7:30
Leave Spencers H:
Arrieat I'okcgama 11:
I.ea6l'okegama,K.i.. n.l 1:1-1
Arrive at Thrall 1:15 P-M.
U-ave Thrall, s, p. nn.
train No. 15 at 2:2-1
Arrho at San Francisco 8:28 A. M,
20 hours and 23 minutes, Klamath
Falls to fcan Francisco. Train No.
13 on. I. leaves Thrall 5:51 p. ui.
arriving at San Francisco 11: 28 a.m.
Klanisth Falls lo Portland
Leave Klamath Falls as abovo.
Leave 'I brail, S.I', train No. 10, 1:32
p. in. ; arrive at Portland 7 :55 a. in.
27 hours and 55 minutes, Klamath
Falls to Portland.
San Francisco to Klamath Falls
Leave San Francisco at 2:20 p. m,
arrive at Thrall at 6:01 a. m.
Leave Thrall at 6:30 a. m.; leave
Pokegama at 8 a, in,; arrive at
Klamath Falls at 5 p. m. Dinner
at Spencers, leaving there at 1 p. nt.
Hliortest time ever. 29 hours and
40 niln, Ran Francisco to Klamath
Falls. No other route does it. This
is the cheapest snd best wsy. Fare
$5, either direction between Thrall
and Klamath Falls.
GET THE HABIT
YOU will never regret It. We always give you
the best and the most for the money. You 11
find us able to supply anything and everything In
the grocery Une. Get the habit of trading with ui.
Van Riper Bros
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees a Specialty.
Heavy Freighting a Spcclclly. Baggage Orders Are
Given Prompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Having up-to-date piano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
KENYON 6 THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS
CIIAS. K. W0RDKN
The American Bank and
C.oltsl Stock $100,000
Open for buslnci. vvery day In the year vxccpl Sundays and
legal holidays. Interest Paid on Saving Deposits
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
A. M. WOUDKN
Itateawat of Condition
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
DICKMBIK 3t, 1907
Loam ami Discount $340,530,00
DoniU and Securities 63,325 04
Ileal Estate, Buildings and
Cash and Sight Exchange-. lfl6.247.Q9
Capital Stock, fully paid...
Surplus and Profits
Duo Other Banks
I, Alex Martin. Jr., Cashier of thv aUivetumn
iank, do solemnly swear that the sUivr state,
menl la true to the beet of m knowMgn aii....l!cf
AI.KX MARTIN, JIT, Ca.lu.r
Subscribed and sworn to before mo thla r.tli dar
of January, Its, '
IHralf . C. II. WmiRim
Notary 1'ubllc for OrrKn
ALU MARTUf, JR.
Pioneer Bank of KUntath Basin
Sixteen inch nnd four foot wood in any quantities.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 491
orKKK Store, Phone 174
J L. FIELDER Wood Ywrd iBd office
U Mm .X 1EMaVi1 Neir Clty HtU ,
The Eldred Company
F. G. ELDRED, Manager
Saddles, Harness and Supplies
We make a specialty of first-class, guaranteed,
hand-made Saddles and Shaps. Our Saddles
have an established reputation.
Orders From Everywhere Solicited
.MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advtuicing In Value
When blocks in Mills Addition were otrcred
st bargain prices number of shrewd In von
tors bought; since that time value have
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reaon
to anticipate an advance in prices. Itemem
bcr these Iota aro FIFTY feet in width nml
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep-more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
FRANK IRA WHITE
CAPT. O. C. APPLEGATE Office on Fifth Stntf
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Far
tlei. The largest and beat arranged eating house
In the city. Open day and night.
Plumber and Steamfitter
-Klamath Falls, Orego
Strictly First-class Work
Faoaes: Baslaesa, 306; Residence, r04
Having purchased the entire stock of Furniture
from B. St. George Bishop I will be pleased to
meet all his old friends, and also extend a cordial
welcome to the many new residents of Klamath
County. Our line is complete, and lots of goods
are on the. road from the best supply houses in
W. H. DOLBEER
Successor to B. St George Bishop
Bennett's Feed Stable
Next to Martin's Mill
Now Open for Business
The Chute System of Feeding which permits Stc4
getting their Mill, has been installed
Plenty of Wagon Room
JASPER BENNETT. xTroprictor
East End Meat Market
CRISUR a STILTS. Proprietor
Mnu,Btf. Vtaj. Mattoa, Pork and Poultry
Prtah and Cured VteaU and Sausagos of all kin
Wa haadle our meats ta tao most modem way In J
llnsai and urraaadiagi. Try us and we will b
hPPy1x) liavt'you foV a aMtoaMr. Frw DH