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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY f H.o."aE0
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLEMATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMS
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THE EVENINGiHERALD
Issued Dally, Kxcept Sunday, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
. Ti:sr or fii'i.ii:. mh-ic: I'uit I'nu.ievuoN.
There HW IWO llllgS III till' lll'IC.Il ., u
borhood Unit hud deep mill Hmntlif' IM-mlineul of the Inlet lor. I H
Mo antipathy to each oili.-r lltm-r, Ul"1 Olllco at Lnkmlew. Oiegou.
II... t.ill.iu' ,l.,i- Imil II... fi I, .in nf Sl'lltCII llrl- It!, litllS.
n Inrge yard with n picket feme
itruiiml It, mill u unto tlint was nlw-us
sunscKirnoN ratks
Pally, by mall, one year Wtlng along lioir would iiiuki a dash
Dallv, by mull, rix munthi -Mint tin' gate, ami lie being unable to
Dally, by mail, thro? months
Pally, by mall, one month tlu'ii
Dally, delivered by carrier, one wk IS
Notlio li livrohy itUen Unit Jennie
i:. Hulllm-.ci. of Klainulli Tall. Ore
gon, who, on August 17, I '.mis. made
Tltuhci mill Stone upplluillnii, No
0SS2, for n 't tiwVi, See III, T :W
S.. It. K , W. M.. Iiiih Med nut In1 of
Inti'iillon to make tlnal pioof, to
1 2S gel out. tin. two dogs would stand i,!"l!, ,,""m '" ,"" """l u""v
Mi'n. ., ,i. iim in.i.i,. .m.i it,., ,. it.., ai'rllii'il, before Count) Cleik Mum
kept fastened I'rlnee, tho hrlndlc,
roamed lutein eked In the street out
side. Whenever I'rlnee riinii Hot-
KLAMATH FALLS. MONDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1908.
It In very probable that tlu trade Monoy Is either an honest sonant
between the Philippines ntul the Unlt-'or a Inntnl slave, holder.
eil Slates will increase to such pro-' --
portion as to uiuke that Hade useful The Atlantic fleet has muili nil that
to both imiiitrlei Hut we cannot base long ouge around the lloin to
our (oiidiii't or action on such n uiti-i Japan for nothing l In
lle. -V II. Taft.
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Her name In Mrs. Unit U. Here
She Is the wife of the Kuropean agent
of the Wright brothers. She Is the
first woman to ride in an aeroplane.
Just now this Is a current fact; same
day it will be history.
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The ilellliernte misrepresentations
that sometimes chnractcilzo articles
In the newspapers, should be left to
lose their effect by the gradual dis
covery of the actual facts, a net of the
Injustice of the crltlcism.lu the events
which follow. W. II. Taft.
In order to disprove his theory that
ministers preach for the money they
receive, the Hev. A. A. Tanner, pastor
of the First Congregational church,
of Alton, III., has refused u raise In
salary." Ills congregation offered to
raise the stipend from f l.'.OO to $2000
u yenr, but be declined. The Kov.
Tanner said he would rather sco the
money used for churches that are
struggling lsjvonie of the smaller
communities. 'He said he had enoMh
to live on and was content. vif
"0"
er on the outside, glaring at ear
other with Inextinguishable fur.
balking, giowllug, and using lolent'
Innguuge. the purport of uhlili was!
I that if it wete not for that gatej
there would be some lleice ntul tor-1
rlble lighting j
ime moiiilug I'rliii'o rauie along,
looklli;: moio aggies-ilvo than usual
Hover saw li t in The hair along his
Jap.in.ie,, k i,rm,.,i ..I.,,,.,! W., 4.,vage
government has decided to bar the Ktlltt ,. , ,,,, ,,. fri), wa,u
geisha girls fioiil the enteil.iltil its ,, ,.,,,.,.,.,, , . ,.. , ,llK ,.
to be provided for the sailors, . t,,mnr wa. This tluu. however.
"" 1 by some tiuaciountable aicldent, the
Nothing can be more detrimental Ka, ,,,, ,,,. ,,, faH.m.,. nml
to the public Interest than for any,,,,,, ,tni,llrt lrow t wl, ,.
part of the people to take the law PoT ,0 ,., 10 , n u,r ,v
Into their own hands. Assembled In nlmn,an(.0 tl.ri. wn, llnllKlt (),11(,.r
a mob. they soon lone tlieli cotisrleiice Ul0 w ,,,, ,,, It)1(. , ..,, ,,,.
,m. ii. lait. .. v.i.i.i..- ,...,u I.... U.....I, .i.i.i.i i.ii,
nth Co , at his olllce, at Klamatli I'all
Oicgou, on the I'M I' iln) of Noti'liiticr
lyus.
I'lalmaiit iiniiieN as witnesses
V A. Dehell, J K
C. Cravens. Wllber
It's Up to You
Till! MATTKK OI- GUTTING GOOD GKOCICRIIJS..
Eatinr. it mi"-'11 of V01"' lifc Na"IllllV V" w.im o0o,
cootls. Wc have them ami it's up t yem to fct ;,)V).
liitely the best. JUST PHONIC .lid We'll lo tlie test.
VAN RIPER BROS.
CANT IMS BKAT CIIASIi & SANHOKN COI-'IMiKS
Itiitcher. Jesse i
White, all of1?
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Klamath Full,
J-1 'J
Oregon
J N WATSON.
ItegHtel
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their long-staiidlug grudge Kover'r
H. E. CHILDERS j
KLAMATH FALLS, OHEGON '
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After years of battling for a foot
hold In Odgen, Utah, the American
party (null-Mormon I entered the pol
itical field of that city by placing a
full county and legislative ticket In
the field last week. This means the
untl-Mormons win try to enpturo Og
den, the second largest city In the
Mate, as they have captured Suit Lake
City. The movement against the
Mormons there Is bended by ex-Sena-lor
r'rtink J. Cannon, who has been
ostracized fiom the Mormon church
Colonel Cody, the aeroplane linen- Impetus had carried him to the edge
tor. was seriously Injured Inst I'rldny nf the sidewalk Prime was within
when Ills machine fell "" feet dtlllug tun frt nf ni
nn army teat at Aldershot near l.oii- a was an awful moment Hut nel
ilon. The neroplane was completed n.r ,i,ig hesitated the Hiiiitlliit frac-
destioyed. The accident wnj wltiUM. Hon of n second. The acted Itistnnt-
rd by a score of army olt.cr. whi'iy with a illsmal howl. Itoter turn
wire attending the test. V.l.eti Col 0, n ,s tracks and ran back to
unci Cody wns picked up be ..as un the ard at breakneck speed, iind
conscious, but It Is thought ho will prince tied for his life down the
recover. The cause of the aicldent ' Mreel. unit nexer ugiiln. the neigh
has not been discovered ,or8 any, ,, either dog een look
'-' at the other. Iloth were towards.
llaseball killed more people during and both had found It out -Youth"
tho past few weeks than football has! Companion. 'DR. WM. MARTIN
in iu jenrs, accoruing io some oi met vw i
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BRICK WORK
I PLASTERING it
DON'T BAKE
Let tm tin it for yon. Evcrylhlnjl Home Made. I'rlces
Hcasonablc. UKKAl) A SI'KCIALTY.
Wo put tip box IiiiicIio.s, uNo Ititii'lioH for liutilin UnIiuii;
mid pifiiie pailioH. A trial will convince uu that it
is clicapcr to buy llian to lutlio
KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
AND DELICATESSEN
Gel Our Bread ut Cawklns.
CIIIM.NKYS AMI KIIIK
CLACKS A SI'KCIll.n
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'HAS K WOltUKN
I'risl'leiil
M UOItDKN
Cnihlcr
Htl I) MKIIIASK
I e I'ri'llilmt
The American Bank and Trust Go.
DR. C. P. MASON
Dentist
Vmrrlcnn It.mV A Trout ('.' ItniMIni:
physicians of ttie health department. Theie are said to be luoo Ksper
of New York City, who attribute the'anto societies and schools through
marked Increase In the number of out the win Id now. and periodicals
deaths from heart disease to the ex- for propagating the language now
cltement attending the closing weeks number ".."., 11 more than there were
of this season's pennant struggle, last December. Kspernnto Is gaining
Last week there were. l.M deaths or official recognition and privileges In
this character, compared with 1:9 for Ktiropo and Asia.
the corresponding;. lnwfc In 1 It 0 7 . In. -
New YnrkClty tlpMMths from heart SiihMrlhe for the IIMUI.II.
failure were T0,Tfomiared with Is mtm
last season.
Dentist
Olllce over Klamath County Hunk
TtLiriiosr t
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Kalis', Or-gti
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While his wife was absent from
l.t.n ..nm Ink. f llu..l n n'onllltl'
IIIIV ,UUU. tf.f.lll .. tl F1I M n4.,,,
i resident of Santa Cruz, Cullf.. last f
IrlJay procured n shotgun, placed it
though his father was one of the 12 iicaliM his body and blew nw
apostles of Morinouism. The appear- greater part of his thorax, Iticl
nncn of the Amerlcnn party has ere- tho lungs. Despite his terrlbln In-
ilaced It ,j
ay thji
icliiillnlt''
tiled a sensation in political circles
as It means that the antl-Iorraons
will make a strong fight for tho con
trol of the city two years hence. The
American party has elected a full tic
ket at Salt I-ako In the past two cam
paigns, which have been fought with
much bitterness.
Jiirlf.i. Wood survived two hours. He
returned lost week from the St. Hel
ena sanatorium, where be had been
operated on for nppendlcltls. He ap
peared to bo suffering great pnln dur
the night. He had been III for ears.
He was the owner of the Santa Cruz
Mill Lumber company.
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CAPITAL, $100,000.00
Cor. 3th and Msdn Strcd
DOS J. SCfMWAIT,
President
Abstracting
;Map, runs, Blue Print i, Etc.
i:. M. Hi mi,
Vlce-I'ns. and Trt-si
f Klamath County Abstract Go.
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h Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
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1Ilit K With new, Secretary
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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J. L. CUNNINGHAM !
I ARCHITECT and BUILDER
t rime, mill S, uilli.n fiirnUliril. I..lltn.n,-. g,n i.ii nil
i Iiim' of Wink, fi.iin siiuill (-,inKi. io Dili.,. lnliiiK. In
4 biilldliig )im Ihiiim' i.iiulilhi. t),., iirlgliinllt) mill iioiioni)
i) limliig )inii plmiD ptrpiirnl h) mi'.
riiovi: oii.
ItlMlll.Mi: Wiivliliititim .stnri, ll.m,,,, miIi mill IMli.
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Portland
You are All Welcome
A cordial invitation is extended to all out of town friends
to make our store their headquarters while attending the
the Street Carnival, which will be the grandest celebration
Klamath County has ever witnessed. Bring your baggage
here and ask all the questions you desire. You will not be
expected to buy, although we will not deny you the pleas
ure of seeing the Finest Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing
in Klamath County.
FREE We WiI1 refund y0111 fare from any point in Klam-
aiu vuumj u jruuwui puiciiasc , ur more wortn 01
merchandise at our store.
Clothing and Shoe
The Outer Garment Shop for Men
WE CLOTHE; MORE THAN HALF THE MEN IN TOWN
fm llrl Sri
spKa
Store

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