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50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. FASY TERMS
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THE EVENING MERALD
Issued Dally, Except Sunday, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
Clothes That Individualize
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KLAMATH FALLS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 11KVS.
A petition In bankruptcy wm filed
In the United State Court In lloiton
Saturday against K. II. Cay & Co.,
of tliut city and New York, While
the nmount for which the firm U forc
ed Into court I" uomlnnl, It it wild
that Its debts, secured and unit-cured,
total between $7,000,000 and Is.-
imid jtrj.ooo Hiit i.irrmts. '
. . i week's Issue of Collier's Week
I) ulll totitulii the Ktoiy of hovv Wll-1
Mam It Mount obtained the Arch
bold letters which lie bus r.id In re-'
cent political speeches nnd others ,
wnlch he In holding In reserve. The)
ere stolen from John I) Archbold'H
000,000. It was considered one off
the largest private banking houses offlC(, (n lfcp S(nn(Iftrd 0 buiHni! (
. Uoo. . u.u a ut.uu ...... ,,, M ,9()5 by w),am .,.
exclusively jneld uml Charles Stump, who were
emplo.vcd there Wlnfleld, who Is n
A Ktnnll Blrl. lost at Coney Inland, jiicgro. Is u Ktepmn of Archbold's ml-
was kindly cared for at the police sta jored butler, lie ha been winking
tlon until her parents should be n the Standard OH ofllcca ten jrani,
nnd kit Ms I ns file clerk, tnessengei
and door tender for Archbold. Stump1
Is a white man, and hud been cm-!
you and separate you from the throng
who carry around uncomfortable and
unsatisfactory "ready-to-wear" ready
made clothing, are, as a matter of fact,
Very Modest in Cost
when ordered from us. You can better
afford to wear them than the other
Kind. Make a selection from 500 dif
ferent cloths and have us take your
measure. Then we'll have the suit or
Made by Ed. V. Price 8 Go.
found. The matron, endeavoring to
keep the child contented, had Riven
her a candy cat, with which she play
ed happily all day. At night the cat
Sack, No. 5 III.
of Chicago, famous as the largest f
makers in the world of GUOD tailor
made clothes. It will be the essence
of all that is distinctive, perfect and
satisfying so good you'll come to us
It's Up to You
THE MATTER OK GETTING GOOD GNOCKRJKs,,
Entinj: is tntitli of your life Natumllv you w.int K00(
liccds. Wc have them and it's up to you to ,.ct ;,i,j0
lutcly the best. JUST PHONE 516 We'll .lo t!lt. ,,.
VAN RIPER BROS.
CAN'T BE BEAT-CHASE it- SANBORN COFFKES
DON'T BAKE j
Lit us do it for on. Kvcrythlntf Home Miidc.
Kcnsonoblc. BREAD A SIKCIAI.TY.
WV pllt tl llO IlIIU'lu'S. Itl.KO lllllflll'l fi'- lllitllH'.
mill pieiiie partus. A timl will loiiuiur .
is elii'MpiT (o buy than to Lake
KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
Get Our Ilrcud at Cawklns.
plo)ed In the Standard Oil ofllies hI
Geo. W. McLane, Prop
had disappeared, and the matron In- cars. Hold were discharged In 1905
ipilred If It bad been lost. "No," said (after the had abstracted man let
the little maid. "I kep' It most nlli,or.
day. nut It got so dirty I was 'sham-' The two men pla)ed the races to
ed to look at It. so I et It "
Following the three shocks of an
earthquake that occurred Monday at
Maulln, the phenomena was repeated
at 12 o'clock Tuesday. The observa
tory reports that the focus or renter
of the first disturbance was within
200 kilometers of Manila. The seis
mographs recorded several light
shocks that were otherwise Impercep
tible. The cltv has suffered no dam-
ate. and reports from the Interior and.hns be,n holding back the most ?en
neighboring Islands indicate that i",uuu' """
there has been no loss elsewhere.
Kether and needed mone Stump
acted as the go-between, cnrr)lng to
Hearst's offlco such tetters a Wln
fleld gnve him. They received over
$12,000 In all. Hearst was approach
ed because his Cosmopolitan maga
zine at that time was compiling ar
ticles on the "Treason of the Senate,"
dcalinic with the Senators referred to
In Archbold's letters. Most of the
letters Hearst put away In his safe
for future use. Stump says Hearst
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The American Bank and Trust Co,
The damage done In the typhoon
last week In China Is much greater
than was reported at first. In Chang
Chow 3,000 houses were destroyed,
und 1,100 persons killed In Lam
Chung, fifteen miles west of Chang
Chow, GOO houses wero destroyed,
und 1.200 persons killed. Five years
n go Lam Cheng was flooded and 3,000
were drowned. Fifteen miles north
of Chang Chow, three villages were
entire ly dent roved, and 200 persons
Ono of the worst storms In years
Is now raging over the Laramie plains
between Cboyenno nnd Kawlins. The
storm Is accompanied with snow and
n terrific wind. All trains duo at
Cheenne are six hours late, and It
Is reported that several trains arc
blocked between Laramie and Haw
Has. unable to proceed, owing to the
Intensity of the wind und drifting
It Is clnlmod by fisherman that the
newer from the Southern Pacific
yards In Sparks, Nevada, Is pouring
hundreds of gallons of oil Into the
river dully at a point near Vista, and
thnt as a result many fish aro djlng.
According to nil fUhorman who have
visited that part of thu river, tho
fishing will be very poor above these
sewers, unless tho officials force the
Southern Pacific to stop allowing the
wnsto oil to escape Into tho river.
Charles F. Orundrcy, clerk In the
Winters drug store of lleddlng, broke
his right leg Monday morning In a
singular manner. Standing on tho
cement walk In front of tho store, ho
saw a banana peeling llng on tho
pavement and decided to kick It out
Into tho street where It would not bo
dangerous to pedestrians. Grundrey
gavo a vigorous kick, mUsed tho peel
ing and fell off the pavement, drop
ping a foot or two Into tho gutter and
breaking bis leg. ,
At u curtain age la thy masculine
education, cleanliness is' the main
thing to be Inculated Vigorous u.
und water practise Is ubQut,,the-oply
way to succeed. After giving a boy
u chance, to bettor his own coadltlon,
harsher methods usually follow.
Theodora had twice beon jient to wash
hi bands, and was now teturnlng for
the spcond Inspoctlou. "My child,"
said ills mother, comparing the two
hands ciltlcally,"your right Is just as
dirty as your. left. VWbat have yo,u
been doBgkalijt4atliB?'! "Why,
inanja," Explained the youth, "last
time you said my left hand was clean
er than my right, so I tried .to-make
them even. I'll go again."
Watt till ou hear him read the
Senator Penrose and Senator Aldrlch
letters, Stump Is quoted ha saving.
'Then there'll be a sensation. Hearst
hasn't the originals, they were re
turned to the Standard Oil files. Pho
tographic copies were made and those
are what Hearst Is using, He hain't
the originals, except u few llimnn let
ters. After thu photographic coplri
were sold to the Hearst people, some
of the letters wcro returned to Arch
hoi I by a friend of mine. Archbold
'inVrnl us $1,000, but he didn't pit
it aft T he got bin hands on the let
Fleshy folks, attention! You have
turned thu earth upside down for n
fat-reducer, now haven't )ou? You
havo said all manner of moan things
about the tendency of members of
our family toward robustness. You
have taken lemcdles and ou have
grown stead. ly, certainly, perslstentl
more flesh'. Only our naturally
cheerful dUposltlon has prevented
ou from trjlng the one mre that
)ou arc certain would end all our
troubles. That, ou uio cherishing
as a last recort. All this is true?
Yes? Well, cheer up! The reign
of undcslrcd superfluous flesh Is at
an end! Tho remedy has been found
by u Prussian, a prince of tho rojal
blood. It Is so veiy simple that wo
hosltuto to suggest It. Perhaps wo
may break the news more gently b
tolling tho prince's story. Ills ex
cellency, Kite! Frederick, second son
of tho kaiser, found himself at Inno
cent 28, growing Into a "monntuln
of fat." Ho consulted physicians
Ithout avail, but ho was determined
to get rid of that superfluous flesh.
So ho left Inxonhelm lastlo, near
Charlottenburg, dressed himself ns
a day laborer, anu entered upon a
period of real toll. Of course, every
body was shocked, but tho prince
plugged along somehow. Ho spent
from flvo to seven hours a day, dig
ging, foiling trecs.sawlng wood, build
ing sheds and cutting hedges. Ho
worked through tho very hottest of
the VW eat her, made hotter yet by tho
lDdlKimut.twlllght prptcAta of his very
angry princess. "Out In two weeks
the prince .began to boo signal of tm
projrtpnl. vln a, month be was prac
tically "cured." Now, we havo not
trlod this remedy oursolvcs (whonvei
did try a remedy that he wanted oth
ers to. use?) but it Is so highly rec
ommended that wo pass It along.
gratuitously, P. 8, If any ono of
our readers does try It and finds
after an honest test that It Is a fall-
are, .forf" goodness, sake send1 us tho
Information in a ipoelalf delivery -let-
ter, so we can imparl trie news to
the hundreds of other follow-suffercrs
who may boidrjynn to tho extremity
ot actual toll.
Mapt, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc.
i:. M. Ilwn,
Vict 1'rvo. ariilTfrut
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors and Irrlgationl.Englneers
P.rt.T B Wmimvv, Secretary
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Single Meals 35 cents
Meal Tickets, 21 Meals - - $5.00
Rooms - - 25 and 50 cents per night
Rooms - $1.50 and $2.00 per week
J. A. HOUSTON, Proprietor
Cor. flth and Main Street
wws-.j DR c p MASON
BRICK WORK i
American Hank A Truat Cn.'s llnihllngi
J. L CUNNINGHAM
ARCHITECT and BUILDER
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CIIIM.VBYS AND FIIIB
PI.ACKS A SPKCIAI.TY
H. E. CH3LDERS
KIAMATH FALLS, OREGON
DR. WM. MARTIN
Office over Klamath County Hunk
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klumath Falls, Oregon
1!S00 ACKKH Fltlii:
Tho I.ukonldo company has 2500
acres of land under the Adams ditch
that It will give KENT FRBB foi
one yeur. This tncludos the uso of
the land und water. The router must
dear and place the land In cultiva
tion. The renter gets all the crops
but we reserve tbo right to pasture
The Lakeside C'oniny,
J. Frank Adams, Managor,
Cottugc, with out-bulldliigu, city
water, electric lights, two lots, seven
blocks from P. O. Must sell quick.
A bargain. Soino furniture.
Call at house.
19-lwk M. I). WILLIAMS.
IF WE OFFERED YOU A SUIT WITH A
IRON VEST AND BRASS CUFFS ON ttip
YOU'D LAUGUT. AND SO WOULD WE IF YOU HAD
uwuurii itiji k i in u UP" A SUIT. SOME MAKL'R"?
ARE FINDING A FEW SHORT-SIGHTED M FRCf
ANTS WHO WILL OFFER THE PUBLIC TIIF HYS
TERICAL CREATIONS WHICH THEY FOFT UPON
FRIEND MADE CLOTHES and ALMA MATER STU
DENT STYLES arc the most advanced stvlcs mide-1 they
are the first to brinK out the novelties of the looms and the
dyers, while their own desiRninK represents the newest ideas
m tailorinK. Every Rarment they make is intended for ten',
tlcman s wear-not for walking siKn boards. If yoiI vva,u t0
be conspicuous, don't buy your clothes here-If you want your
clothes neat, perfect fitting, stylish nnd in good taste we'd like
to serve you. Our novelties are not frcakish-and wc show
more of them than any store in the city.
The Outer Garment
Ipp for Men