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The Temple Theatre
The OmiMmUm at Um Safe,"
"The- Spirit of the Ranges"
"Jnst MalM FoKta,"
Tfce TtirHlT Farsoii,"
The (Url fcs. ttw Caboose,"
Kalem Dellroad Drama.
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ALL LICENSED riCTURRS
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dress la the United B tales:
One year .......... .....18.00
One month 50
W. M. TIMMS
leceril Moose Cleuiig
Ettetrte Vmem m Carpet
am Drapery Chaalag
We remove all epoti ana dirt
free earpeU and rage by the
electric vacuum process.
PIMM Ml. Oelf8t7KMauitli
Wekae everything you
need for that Ssblug trip:
Hook. line. rod. rel.
kaektta. etc. We ft at
teste. guae aad rarap'ng
TBI GUN STORE
J. n. CftAMrlBRH
Freeh Candlw. Made In
Patrealse Home Industry.
Why h'uy Sweat-Shop Candy?
That It le a savlag of money
ts huy the heat groeerUe la the
market and to net them at a
store, that haa a reputation for
If your wife U not one of our
cuetomera you are toeing some
thing la the eating line aa well
at la the money line. Talk It
over With her aad giro us a
Van Riper Bros.
THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH, .... Miter
Published dally extent Kaday by Mm
Herald Publishing Oaataeay
Klamath rails, at 111 Foarth St.
Entered at the postoa.ee at Klamath
Falls, Oregon, for tranamlaeloB
through the malls aa secoad-clasa
RLAMATO fAUA HKWN
TUESDAY, DEC. 10, ISIS
HEAL STAT TRANHTBWS
The following realty transfers.
contracts, deeds, mortgagee, etc, re
rmtw aim with the county clerk.
aro furnished by the City aad County
Rigs with or with
BIMl 2MMAG HOC SCv
Open 1y sMd rrifht
Mate street Pheae 821
C, D. Pennlck to A. W. Morey.
deed. $10, NH ..EH, EH NWK.
United 8Utes to Jay J. Araat, pat-
ent. EH NEH. 8WU NBH. Sec II-
C. R. De Lap to Wb. M. Cheyne.
warranty deed. NEH Sec 11-tO-f.
Oregon Ialaad Derelopmeat com
pany to Anna H. SamueUon. warranty
deed. II, lot It. block 4, Orlndale
Oregon Inland Development com
pany to Elta J. Clark, warranty deed,
It lot IS. block t, Orlndale addi
Oregon Inland Development com
pany to Verda Clark, warranty deed,
f 1. lot IS, block t. Orlndale addition.
Martin Haagensoa to John OUen,
warranty deed, f 10. NH NWtf, 8EU
NWH. XWH NEH, Sec t-S(-15.
United Sutes to Isaac F. DaTles,
patent. 8EH NSH. Sec. 6; W NV.'
U.NWU SWH.Sec 4-38-11H.
Oregon Inland Derelopmeat com
pany to Arthur W. Oard, warranty
deed. 11, lot IS. block t. Orlndale ad
Oregon Inland Derelopmeut com
pany to Poatna W. Kimball, warran
ty deed. $1, lot 9. block t. Orlndale
J. T. Roberts to 8. B. ft Emma
Gardaer. warranty deed. $10, SH
NWH. IWK, Sac. I5-J-.
FOR FARM LIFE
FORMER ACTRESS AND GAY
YOUNG FINANCIER SETTLE
DOWN NEAR PHINEVILLE. AF
TER ROMANTIC MARRIAGE
Block Wood, 3 .50 load
All kinds of body wood
Terms Strictly Cash.
relic an Bay Lumber
Co. Wood Yard
tLeaveorders at 1
Grocery, Mtoae 1S01
Chw Store, Mum SSS
Mr. -and Mrs. Thomas Barnes
moTsd last week to the old Taylor
ranch near Prlnvlbe, which Mr.
Barnes recently purchased. Regard
ing their Central Oregon migration,
the New York Herald has the follow
Ing to say:
"From a Ufa In the best clubs In
the city aad a position la the omce of
J. Pierpoat Morgan Co., to life oa
an alfalfa farm at Prlnerllle, Ore.,
has been the chsng made by Thomas
Barnes, Yals, 1910, member of many
'prominent clubs, alace his marriage to
Miss Helen A. Magruder, known on
the stage as 'BlUee CUggett.' Men
who bad been associated with Mr.
Barnes In the banking offlce, aa well
aa fellow club members, tell of bis
determination to give up work nnd
amusement In the city to take his
beautiful wife to the alfalfa fields of
the Pacific coast. While nearly all of
til acquaintances wers surprised to
lesrn of bis marriage, the few who
knew the secret tell of the commence
ment of the romance when Miss Ma-
grudor, hailed as 'Blllee' by her many
admirers, wss with the Kiss Walts
company, which she Joined In Phila
delphia. When they met Mr. Barnes
repeated the words of a song then
pepular: 'And when I walk I want
to walk with BlUee.' That settled It.
When their acquaintance progressed
far enough both decided to continue
walking together for life, and finally
were married fa San Francisco No
C. g, VVatsotg4triecrof KtomsthCo.t wowolAsMswd
1 feel reminiscent. Perhaps nobody
cares, and I don't enro whether they
do or not. After many years I nm on
tho ground o't former eipcrkncce,
and delight In looking backward. Thu
tragedy of Lot's wife does not dtter
mo. Pillar of salt! Why not salt as
wsll aa adultered dirt? But reminis
cence leads me to philosophy, and 1
must not philosophise
Forty years ago laat June 1 rrotscd
Unk Hirer at tho alte o( the pes-
eut bridge, but not orsr that bridge.
Vronto! I see It all no. I wipe
out tho present. Klamath Falls U
not here. It Is "Mnkvllle," and
Llukrlllo Is "Undo Qeorge" Nurse. I
see htm now, tobacco stains and all.
He waa a great man, waa Made
George, tobacco and all. But I'm not
to write his biography, nor anybody's
Forty yean ago pole bridge.
board, shanty, called "tavern."; llttls
shsck on the point of rocks, called
"store"; blacksmith shop, where the
horses were shod aad ramshackle
wagons toggled up; oae shanty where
people lived aside from the tarern;
a shed where hay (wild hay) waa
stored, and jaded horses fed; then
rocks, aad toads, aad snakes, and sage
brush. Sage, sage, sage brush every
wheremiles aad miles of It aad
alkali dust and "Injuns" and the
Applegates and 8hooka aad a few
other "first families."
That was Llakvllle and the Klam
ath country forty yeara ago. Between
here and Alkali Valley waa only sage
brush, alkali. Jack rabbits. coyots
aad "Injuns." Between Alkali Val
ley and Yalnax. ditto, and so on to
Goose Lake. A fow hardy pioneers
hsd Invaded Qoose Lake Valley; a
girrlson of soldiers waa stationed on
the mountains bordering Warner Val
ley nnd a few stockmen la that !!-
ley. From Warner to Steins moun
tain were only coyotes. Jack rabbits.
antelopes (thousands of them), and
occasionally a mountain sheep plen
ty of them, pcrhsps. but they man
aged to keep out of sight, as a rule,
and everywhere was sage, aage, sage
and the smell of It. Bunch grass there
wss In abundance Indians, too, but
they kept out of sight, for the great
Modoc war waa brewing, aad broke
a few moatha later. Oa aad on aad
oa we wandered. To the Owyhee,
acroas Whiskey Hills, swam Snake
Hirer, aad, like Columbus, oa. over
tho great plains, where are now dtlea
and towns, aad fields nude great by
the push aad vigor that has carried
water to the desert aad made It ti
blossom like the rose.
I sIL here bow, on that point of
rocks In a comfortable structure of
brick aad stoae, and hammer out
thrae recollections on a typewriter,
and wonder what "Uucla George"
Nurse would say if he could see It,
and talk over tho telephono, and turn
a buttou when ho wanted to light up
his tavern. I remember the Modoc
war and the terror of It. I saw Cap
tain Jack and his contrervrs hanged
at Fort Klamath In the (all of '73. I
et up nnd published the first news
paper In Southern Oregon east of the
Cascade mountains, nnd remember
many frontier Incident that have
made widows and orphans, and rich
men and poor men; Incidents that
made outlaws of good men, nnd gare
reputations to men who were not
entitled to thera. Theeo thoughts al
most sidetrack me Into philosophis
ing, but 1 must leave philosophy to
some other occasion.
Utnr. a a United Slates deputy
surveyor, I set many a corner, where,
since then, other corners have been
established I. e., corners In timber.
corners In slock, ranges, corners In
eligible water sites, etc.. etc. Queer
world, this; but my pmiosopny lugs
me to speculate on men and things.
As I look back at It It seems like a
movlag picture show, and vet, mov
ing pictures were not known then.
In 1S7S I visited Crater Lake. Its ex
istence aa ac entity was then only
admitted by the very few who had
seen It. No road nor trail led to It,
and to stand on Its bsnks then and
took Into It gave the thrill than can
only come to the discoverer of greet
things. People who see It now from
the cushioned seats of an auto, who
hare traveled to It over smooth rosds
snd regulated grades, have not seen
It at Its greatest. Neither will any
one ever again see It so. Many things
tike these are tho 11 upon which
history can only truthfully be bung,
and yet the real "seers" of things
are seldom the hUtorlans of them,
and the world geta them badly Jum
I was the first resident attorney
licensed to practice law In Lake coun
ty, and Lake then embraced what Is
now Lake and Klamath. I mlted In
politics In Jsckson county when thst
county embraced what la now Jack
son, Klamath and Lake, and remem
ber bow we fumed with Impatience
when waiting for the returns from
Chswaueaa to reach Jacksoavllle, the
county seat. There waa less thsn
1,000 votes then In that whole ter
ritory. There are people now living
In Klamath county who have lived In
three counties, aad have never moved.
But enough of this. I seem moved
to fill la the picture of which I have
only sketched the frame. I will leave
thla to the leisure moments ot the
im. c a. rammos
All Work Guaranteed,
Odd Fellows' Hulldtat.
Itoom SIR. Tboae til.
MAAWKMi M. LONG
Suite II and l,Vhlte Bldg.
CITY A COUNTY AtWTKAOT
Members Oregon Assoelstloa
SHANKING BY WOlHtN
Is made especially eur ,,4
pleasant here. We il th,m
special attsutlon, iHOw lh
how to manage their sccousU
and everything else they wtBi
to know. And Hint the ,
Is a! small one makes no differ
ence In the character of our Hr.
First Trust and Savings Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
It you want your stuff moved
and moved quick, get Hamsby'a
Espreae to do It. Corner Seventh
aad Mala streets. PSeem SIS
Call up COM8TOCK. 191, If
you waal aay klad of HELP.
Register at the COMRTOCK If
you aat employmeat.
MADAM AND PROF. TIMMS
Maaesare aad OUiueudlet
Cur corns, bunions aad la
grow lag toenails. Mme. Timma
slops hair from falling out la
Ore treatments, and a perma
asat cure for daadrut. aire us
No. SIT Klamath Ave.
HON J. Kt'MWALT, I'rceUhnl. K. M. IIUIIII, VMr-Prr. and Trs.
IIKIir K. HITIIIIOW, SerrvUry.
Klamath County Abstract Co
Surveyors aid Irrigation Engineers
MAI. PLANK. IILUKPIIINTS, KTC. iKIlHlUl Villi, OregOl
MAY BE SAVED
Vote) Comteg la
Eight more votes were received
by the county court regarding the dis
position of the court bouse site, and
seven of the replies are In favor of
selling the property. Oae of these
Is from J. B. Morano of Medford, who
owns property In this county.
The answers received today bring
the total In favor of selling up to 038.
In favor of retaining the site are 390
RUMORS ARK CURRENT THAI
THK GOVERNOR WILL COM
MUTE DEATH SENTENCE OF
KLAMATH COUNTY MAN
la spite of repeated denials by the
governor, rumors that Nobis Fsulder
may yet escape the gallows aext Fri
day morning, the time sst for him to
be hanged, continue to drift to this
city Irom Salem. A few daya ago
newspaper men attempted to secure
an interview with Fautder, but he de
clined to talk to them, ,
It la reported that Governor .West
will commute Faulder's sentence to
life Imprisonment. The governor haa
communicated with Judge Benson,
who presided at the trial of Faulder,
but the court declined to mako aay
Fsuldsr is a native of New Zealand,
where his relatives now reside. Thoy
are reported to be wealthy. When a
boy Faulder came to the United States
and followed railroad work. Ho was
emp!oyed(on the Natron cut-off whea
be killed, the cook In the camp In
which hevwas working. Because of
the fact that Faulder threatened to
Are a second shot, at bis victim, then
almost breathing bis last, the crime
was considered more cold-blooded,
An effort is being made to havo
the case against John W, Taylor re
viewed. He Is due to walk oa the
gsllows with Faulder. Taylor Is ssldi
to bo the victim of aa Incompetent at
Early Lodgo Meeting
In order to give members aa oppor
tunity to attend the performance of
"The Mikado" tonight, the regular
meeting of the Eastern Star .will be
called promptly at 7 o'clock. There
will be an election of officers.
By Joe Buk
Jay Mitchell, the well known stock
man, who la around seven feet la
height and correspondingly ' heavy,
was eating In a local restaurant when
a frlsnd Joined him.
"Did you attend the performance of
The Mikado' last night. Jay?" asked
'Yes," was the reply.
"Funny I didn't see you."
"It Is funny. The usher csme over
four times and told me to sit down."
Kwauna Encampment iNo. if,. I. O,
O. F., holds Its regular weekly session
tonight. Work in the Golden Rule
degree. Visiting brothers cordially
Your Child's HMltfcv
Your First Thouxht
M sjimsjL aaiawJiw yeas
"L!"?" will 44
H aniiw tbs
un mmmtuwi 01 jm e
fMstjtemai ftaiag te aa impair.
treabto is doe te rmBfsj uL t
leanest krui -- - - - E2.J&
of. this teau
8S Klamath Avraa
Highest price paid for Hides,
Wool, Pelts. Rubber. Metal and
Scrap Iron. Ptoaa 141
Cui flowers at No. 3 West Main St.
Pry Slab Wood IS-hsch. .SS4S
Dry Fir Slab, IS-lacti..,
IS-Mrh Body Weed...
IS-tarS Ltaaw Weed I
Hoc Factory Meek, lead.
OSke 1 1 (to rtee Itioae I S7S
The economical fuel for win
!.eavo orders at EOS Mala
Street. Phone 117.
W. C. BATIS
Wood to Burn
ON SHORT NOTICE
Call or ahoae to
HRADLKY HARNMS CO.
Phoae 117. Mala St.
Slab Woe. Vn,' $2.5ICm
Block Woo. .SUItaul
Dry Slab Wood .,'. 3.5101
14 " " 4ft $3 Cm
Link aid Body wood
4ft, ltii I2ii
Leave orders at
O.K. transfer Co.
Phone S71 Cor. Sand Main
P. C. Carlson
Sole Hirrwtath af Sber.
maa Clay A t'o.'a Pianos, the
imrlawny ami other Iradlag 11.
laaua. (Miter luakra at moder
ate) prices. Tuning and IWfalrt,
Agrary for Hlagrr and Whhe
Mrwtag M Mara, nlltrr Tyes
wrHera, Virtus- aad I'diana Rec
iinU aad Marlilnes. Iluoks, Ma
tloaery aad Plrlaree.
It. MAIMKN, Proprietor
7IU Main M.
Just asiw, KtMso 4-mtaate Rec ords, fflci S-mlaale Record, Sir.
For the Mother. Aunt and
HOT-POINT KLECTIIIO IRONS. ALUMINIM WARE.
ALUMINUM ANB GRANITE PERCOLATORS HAVILIMI CHIXA.
HOKKR FANCY-WORK SHEAR. CJLAMM WATKR fttiT.
ALUMINUM KITCHEN KNIFE SETS
HOKKK TOILET MANICURE SETS.
THOME "SITKA IVORY FANCY WORK HINUN HAVE ARRIVKO.
JUHT THK THINO FOR FANCY HAND HAUM, ETC
WILLIAM G. HURN
WESTERN TRANSFER GO.
(MMre PHosms 1ST. Keeldeare rhee) e 4SA.
MOVINfi AND GENERAL TIIANHPEII
PIANO MOVING A BTHCULTY
Paaaraaera Picked Up aad Oetlreml aay I1e la Towa
JOB MOORB Proprietor
Hotuetlilag Net la
VAHW, JAHIUNEKH aad NOVELTY PIECES.
IVOHY ART, CLAY WOOD aad DIAMOND GLAZE WARE.
I.ADIKH' AND GENTLEMEN'S PURSRS.
t.-OXKLIN FOUNTAIN PENH,
SAFETY HAMOKS, All klads,
PENNANTS, All kin.
TIIKRMOS DRINGING CUP SETS (Just out),
PARISIAN IVORY (Comb, Rrsah aad Mirror Seta),
MOOKKH' NON-LEAKARLK FOUNTAIN 1KNS,
FRENCH PRRFUMKS, la Oriasaal INKsujsjra,
ANII MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MHNTIO
STAR DRUG CO.
THE RjXXALL ITORE