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Heftuft. Mostly H"l l,Pr '" Klamntli F-'nlM .... Our Advertisers Get the Rest Results . . . SECOND Yl.AU. NO. r,Mi. - 1 KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON. WEDESDAY, MAY 20, 1008. Price, 5 Cents. DIVIDE THE FORESTS' REPUBLIC presidential candidates MAIL TIME CHANGES Will Not Arrive at Pokegama Interior Department Provides! i For Many Small Divisions PLACES LAND CLOSE TO PEOPLE Various Districts Will Hu Known us National lorusts ami luili Division Will llu tinder Supprvision o a Chid lorostcr With local llcmliiimrtcrs .Nuiuriuiu ili4in:' ainbvlliif Inadit in Mwloirtt iiinira nl II"' Nation mid i Hint Hn) ran I, n-achdl by Hie pro Ihwe clmiigi will lirfiiiiiu fin llvrnlti I ln wlm ii. lint National I'mints. II, c hf ! II"" I1"!' ,rl ild" lorlwul jnamv cluimiil from Intent ncrwlo t III nu lon.'rr ! Lnon ti . iphium, lull National I'mi-ala In order to moid run Mlli Ntlloiml I "'!. 'Ilimlltlikt tut In, i, M with llni titilniH Indian ntic hlcl. Ill rtli'iri iii.iik " ni'mn a, It Filth and niiiipii'O On-gi'ii, Wiitln lntoii iiil Alaska. Ailing llnrtoi V.ll.ll. Krnt nfthiaili.tiiit, i. now fJrofr ll.r trifii.tr mi nltioUl Inul- I tm ml kit lin lliln morning fur tklfW from whrlr In' Mill go In SlUrr Uat and thrill" the IHnUr belt that wniritutr.lt" rntiy lail Pall. Up tslr that tlir- National Finest, an. !.. I ItifilllMrd Hit i small mult hi na In hate till mill In ihaign ul tlir Iwral ilr In U o. Im an- Inti'iratril In that jtkolr ill ul it. Tin a iii'W illvl.. loot (111 Ivoiilllr cffiitito nil tlir Hist ol Jolr, till tl.r fnii-ats in tlir Paste III .rl tfOrrf'in Mill he dlvidrd nlmnt n fob Crattr .National Fon-tt, hIiIi C. J. Back tit II nl ford In charge, liicliuli-a tlio lotrtti Kiutli ul lliu ICouiiu-1) in tin ill. Ut;the I iii.ii.t dirrat liiclu lei tin ltvl Ulumi tint lt.vml'm.iia ill' tUll, . Il.l.l.llo folk III till' WIII.IIU- lis rhrr, nml S.t . Itanium, wllh In-nd-SuikraailtiiM-hiitgha riurKc l It; lUsrta Uimii n il.,. mlilillti lull ul ll.i- Wlllararltcaiidllio rnituin ungnii tnad btUCatrnlvfuiral, Willi ('. II. hvilinl L l"i In cliaifr lirlwiTii tliur-antlaiii ', hroitntp In Ib'u nuaitr of tlm or.li '!H'lttirCiililmlim iltir la tlio Om-i nnm,., ' tiit ciitlro mailer ni'iin In do (ualoml, ltli T H, Miairanl nl I'lirt.' , up Imiiih llir ttovrrnincnt want! lnJloiliarKi.,n,(' ln tlnn ul tliJ iura M Fremont im-ivn aoutli ol tlir ,lt f1jf lUncli. tiiarMhrr Idkn, will . Frtmunt lorcat null (Jiiy lni;miii ol UkivWw In tliniuv, iiwrlli nl tlio Mc tlr rancli ami iaat nl Dm Iv-clmlm 'InrtilllwkiHiNiiaailiu Houluiliafor. ""llliA.S. Ii,.i i,i.,lo in ! Nuuii-ruiia mlivr illviilon will J In utl.rr .irl nl tlm itate, bol "M nrutlonnl au ihi nm. moroi lotc r rtlttM tn na, ,,., 0j ,,0 ,.u, Th livliliiii. Iirrninn rft'cllvvrtlii) ".' July ai,.l . ,,rr foVritriH uMU,.U,',voil.ariteol tlir var- .HaiaaalaBTaTJWaj I.mjiiIiu.I'.ii" Hii. will !' on tin- Kioiitol , tmiu-ia. iiiu I'rpniiiiiini inii'ii.ia mat lllll "1lpl. ll.lll lltlt f full tin, llill (. irxT v.iti'.iiK ale lr tin (rrt.ln iipli III Indian tltlx-a nnly. Till1 fiitral H'l li will Im mvle imicli itmnger by the now iiii-thialul handling tlir nt area nf laud riiihiarril. a. Ih put having tilled charge will Im mi tin' ginttinl tn ntlrnd to all mattcit t-ilalnliig to tlm .vimiiliiriit fori-alt Visit High Street Tlir !)' ruuncll, M.i)ur II. Ht. li.ii. UMiop, I'mJ-ct I'liitliif-rr Mui'liy ai.I n lilimlirr nl till' (Tiilrl) nnncta nloiit; Writ 1 1 lat li tlrrt went ovct tin' lllit nl ay n.tnl lur liy the piviinini'iil fur n iiimlmt lor llif Ktn.i raiiil. Tin' var ton fi-atnicanl tic Mink Mi'tiTl.1ailnM In On'riniiKll by tliDCiiuIiiwra aint tin irnn'lty tm tior virK (li trhi'il nil ii--iiiUnttv to iiitr tlii-lr (iiiilun mi tlir in.dtrr Tlic council lui not ill cllril.in tlir ni'lion it will taliilmt it ! tain to pi. iinjt' ilmt il tin 'iOtty iiMin-ra r.ti'.a .1 k illln'iK'a Hint tlir fianrliia.' fr I lie il;lit ol n.ty fur I lip :tt , cianttil tlicti tl.r city ulll tlir inUllot'i'iif Initlilint; tlir rliilult ol mikhI, wlillr tlir iriiirrty imiii't llliiat on rritn'iit. Cement Sidewnlk Tlm lint fJprlnKa ltiiitiivi'iiu'tit 'ni' li'iy Ii lion- roinpli'lIiiK rraiti;riiiriitii (or tlit rotiatitictliii) ul crral tlimiiutul fiirlol rvini'iit rl.lannlliii In tlio Hot Hprlni! tiililllton. II It exitvcttxl tlmt wltlilu u low urrkri tin' milk will be iinilorwiiy. Tlio Hiinouiiociiiciit ol tliit Iniprnvi'iiH'iit nn inmlrliy tliominpany lint yvar. Let Us Measure you for your Summer Suit We can fit you to the "dot" A Doubt isn't n fact until you prove it Don't doubt us until you have tested us. You take no chances. We refund If we fall to give Satisfaction. K. K. K. STORE The Newest and Best for tho Man who cares LESLIE M. SHAW OF IOWA. REV. CANTRELL REPLIES TO DR. HAMILTON'S STATEMENT IJHMii, IIvemmi llnuiii Iii laitrv iilint'a llirul.l t an aitlclr ltli tlir caption, "Dr. Ilrtiiiiltmi llifntca Aurr lion nl Ituv. Cantiill." Xuvr lliia rrlif tation liapciia to Im a coiillruutloii. Tlirwaiv my uorilati.nl Mnn.Uy nloiit, IHuVlii; ol I l.c nlinj ol prnjrty ami llirclii-aitn-aa uf life, I ..iUI: "A man Imaan accident, Tlioir la a ptrmatiirr ih.Iit riploloii, lilin.llni; lil rut ami , in.iTinllliK' lit. liaml. Mr li liroiiolit , mili'tlna pliyriclan. I to comoa with1 Mint in liia i'r. Tlie plijaiclan nl tlir I loornaka lilni. nrr tlirrti nalla in jour alim'a? Ho tvanta tn protect lliu lino Iriim on Ilia Moor!" 1 ill.l not mrntion Dr. Ilainilton't namr, I iliil not ay that he refuml the man ii.lmtialoii to hla huiiao, I ill.) not even ray that hn kept him wnltinn. ')' point naa that a phyatclan thoiiKht ol hia liiiol.'iiiu and "urh llku thlngtat null A tillll'. Hut Dr. Hamilton rayrt ll.ut the lino Ivnin bolunisi'.l to Mr. Mniton and Mr. Ednnrda ny that he waa "not kept HnitinK tuoru than tlvo aecondi." Tlila iiaren the wliolo tiling. It con aldrrntu nil nround. Tonchlniily con aidcrntc l.lnoleiim, I oni told, cornea IiIkIi hrriiln Ihr Woat, and it la north live rccondn of a man' agony at any tlmi In aavi n hullnay linolvtnii from hntMinlliil ahooa. Ileiirelliilly, i:iiW.i:i ADAMS OANTKKI.U Seeds for Experimenting W. II. Ilotlcmnn, who hit been curry inn on c xteimUe improvement in con necllon with hia other work, a.ty that nil of tlio lliItiK" that he hn planted mo dulni; "ell na can ho expected. Ho hna n mmtll nmoitnt of nlfulfn toed on hand which he Mill kIvo to parties who wiah to experiment with it. He hat enough of ihl to tow nliout four half acre patchm. He itlao hat about 'M pound of augar beet ecv.lt which lie will give tn pertons who will uao It for experimental purpofi'.a. Private Line Installed W. II. Hciloman. in chaw "' "' operation and maintenance of tholrrl. Ration syitam, hna Juat completed the InaUllation nl a private telophono lino along tlio llnool thecamil. About every tnllo or two he ha put up a telephone which li for the use ol tlio farmer for all biialtiraa In eonnertion with Irrlga. tlon mattcri-. The Inatruinentt nie.1 arc lii 1 1 1 for thia pnr.r am! are in an Iron box and arc ao eiulppcil that they nlll wllhataml the elemcnta. TliUfyr torn enable Mr Hclloiiian to keep in dote touch with all parts of the ayatvm and la ulao n great convenience for the farmers aa It tavel them many mile nl travel to tot certain information needed in connection with irrigation. Long Time Coming Twenty-three year airo" last month Krncft Applegate wrote a letter to .Mlaa Jennie Orubli at Klamath Fall. The letter waa mailed at llonama in I8S0 and reacheil it deatinatlon after being in Uncle Sam' care a little more than 23 rar, in nhich'tlme II traveled the dii tance of i"i mill. The recipient of the, letter I now Mr. Geo. II. Ilurn, and the letter wai from her cousin and told of a mimbor of their childish plana, The poatmark nn the letter showed that It arrived at tlio Klamath Kails pottotllco last night, and It Is quite evi dent that Bonanza is juat coming nut ol n Itlp Van Winkle nap. Rumor Not Confirmed The rcmor was current today that D. W ..Murphy and one or two other cut' ployes ol the Reclamation Service bad Iioen transferred or else had resigned from the service. The Herald learns from a reliable source that some new men are uxpected In the Service, but on Inquiry of Mr. Murphy It I learned that ho la aware of no change In the Service and that the personnel ol tlio otllee forco on tlio Klamath project will not be changed for sometime nt least. Consolation Party W, J. Brennan, who is temporarily t bachelor while Mrs, Brennan la taking in the sights of the city, auinmonod a number of his fellow creatures who are in it similar II x and also a few other to his rooms last night to condole with him In bis single cussedness. They talked, ate, smoked mid maybe di auk in au attempt to forget tholrN atltictlons. Those who participated-in the sorrow drowning affair were U.IIeltkemper.Jr., K. B. Hall, 0. lUUnderwood and Oeo. Brandenburg, all of whose wives ate Until 5:30 in Evening ARRIVES HERE ABOUT MIDNIGHT ManagerAbbott Announces New Schedule for the Klamath j I nke Railroad Effective Sunday-Change of Mail j Routes Is Expected Before Then nlVht finrr tlm city, un J ulio were the cliii'l aytnpatlilMTt hIiIi their liott. ; Tliootlicr Kft Mere M or II. Ht. 0i. IIMiop, Dr. Win. .Martin, Dr. C. I'. Mrtfon, It. M. Itlclmrdion ami 4!co. Q. I'.rklriB of I'ortlati'l. i Republicans at Merrill Chairman, ItepuLllinn Comity Cent ral Committee: I have been Instructed ' the I're-ldent of tlio Tttto Lake Rep ublican Club to In form you, that on the evening ol May loth, a number ot Hep ubliciitm mot at Carlockt Hall, Merrill and proceeded to organize the Title 1-akc llepiibllcan Club. Mr. C. W. Wilson was elected I'rr'ident, John W. Taylor, Vice I'rrs. and O. II, Allen, Secretary. Next meeting will bo on Friday, May "2nd, at 8 p. in. nn.l the presence of any one In accord with the principle of the Kepnblicnii party iaearneatly requested. I urn, very respectfully. O. II. Alien-, Secretary. Keno Items Henry Chapman panc-d tlirough Keno a few dajs ago hauling a houe moing outfit from Don is to Klamath Falls. The children of Mr. For, living at tlio Hitchcock Mwmill, are ilotvn with tha Scarlet fever and arc under qusrentine. There li no case of the fever In Keno. Mr. anil -Mr. U. W. Tower started for Salem Monday. The former will at tend a grand lodge meeting at that place. Her. Creecy preached at the Keno school houso last Sunday evening. Mr. North from Klamath Falls was in Keno the other day visiting the band boys who are preparing lor the big dance on the 2?nd ol May. Hpring linn Panama and Straw Hats at the K K K store. JO ELbbbbbbbbbI aW l....saBBBBBl U IISgBuJ BaCV ROBERTS & HANKS Hardware Dealers Manager K.T. Ablmtt.ol the Klamath Lake railroad, announces another change In the operation of the trains over that rosd. The new schedule becomes ef fective on next Sundsy. The mail will leave Pokegama at ,11 a. m. and will ar rive at Thrall at 1 :30 p. m. It will leave Thrall at n p. m. and will arrive at Pokegama at 6:30 p. rn. Heretofore the mall arrived at Pokegama about 1 1 a. in. and at this city about S o'clock in the evening. Under the new schedule It will arrive here about midntcht. However, an effort is being made to have the service changed to the Weed route before the new service on the Klamath Lake road goes into effect. This change of route has been pending for some time and it will be mad as soon aa all ol the Interested parties have had a chance to present their argument pro and con. A petition signed by tbe people ot this city showed that it la tha wish that tbe mail be transferred to the Dorrls route at tbe earliest possible time, and the orders. to make the change have been expected for several days. After next Sunday passengers, freight and express will be transported over the Klamath 'Lake railroad only on Toes- days, Thursdays and Saturday, and on the other days of the week tbe mail will be carried by gasoline motor. One or two pastengera can usually be carried on tbe motor, but the company doe not agree to carry anything but tbe mall. Ladies Aid Social The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church will give a social at the Pelt looming bouse next Friday evening, May S3. Twenty-live yards ot carpet wove by Mrs. North and a number ol qailU will be told to lb highest bidder. Refresh ments with hot drink will be sold for 10 cents. Everybody invited.