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A Mi LICEX8KD PICTURES
THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH aMItor
Published dally aicept Bandar ay tava
Herald Publishing Cay of
Klamath falto. at lit roarta It
Entered at tne poatoOr at Klamath
Mia, Oregon, for traaatntaslon
through the malts 'aa second-das
Subscription terma by mall to any ad
drcas In the United States:
One rear ....15.00
One month ........... . . . . . .SO
KLAMATH MMA ORKOON
THTOSIiAY, JAN. 2, 1913
For the New Year U that you
will from now on buy goods
made at horn In preference to
tboo made etiewhere.
430 Mala tk.
Makers of Pare Caady
We bare everything you
reef, for that fishing trip
Hook, line, rods, reeli.
baskets, etc We rcl
tent, guns and ramping
THE GUN STORE
4. H. CR.UfnaTKfl
rfaone UN iarobe Rtk.
LODGE AGGREGATIOX KT UK-
YEXCiE FOIt DEFEAT AHMIXIS-
TEREH IX FIRST TWO OAMES
OK THE SEASON
Klamath County is
Heralded in Pamphlet
Details of Opportunities Here are
Set Forth in Publication Issued
by Immigration Commission
MURPHY WILL BE
'The Oregon Almanac, an official
pamphlet, baa Just bcn published
tor the Information of homescekers,
tattlers and Investors by the Oregon
State Immigration commission. Klam
ath countr is thus set forth In the
South Central Oregen: east slope
County seat, Klamath Falls.
Population. S.JSi, 89 per cent
American born. Of the foreign born
heasoxeh imhuiiii iiiom new
tout; will imi: vamih'Viih
Mil V t'HAXti: TO THY MU
llud Anderson "III ' get
Kucl- Wood I. principal fuel. c.l ('h-M I. mil h champion
About $5 per cord.
Scenery Orand on lake
He as slated to mrl the Inner of
I.,.- II...... II. ....ft... flal.1 Ih litH INfttl.
iml in iinti-ii'Hi -"
i . - . i .- ... ..... i..if...ih
.,..,. .I.. - .! 1,11.1 enaoJCIiCO. ami. Mines. .or. v
abound In lake, and streams, and wld'"'' ' '" ,uJ "' '" "
(ra, lri Tom in v Murpny in me eijuerm
ms.!rri.l. In the .tin 'r,u- Mamalll r alls
e .nl.tulor. and won- H " sMven ''" l" ' Hli
about onehalt are Oerman and the' formations
game Is plentiful In mountains
ter take, nature
,r..l An nr arMtilr atilmliira aao wmi.i
ders. I In this county, and has been l ' " ,hl ,h th
set aside as a national park reserve. Vancouver iai scnievea .. mni
Lands- Surface I cv-l. rolling and "me
mountainous. Solts In the laki and Murphy had very llttlo trouble In
river valleys Is an eicepllotialty rich disposing of Hums yesterday. Th
soil of decomposed granite and lavaiOaktand lad was game, but lie did not
11 SI SI J
SlakfNd fVR $2.5tC4
nrSlifcWHl & SitCi
44 " tt 4ft $301
4ft, Mil 12ii
Leave order5 at
O.K. Transfer Co.
The Odd Fellows evened tblnga up
'for their defeat by the Star Druggists
I when they took all three game from
the White Pelicans at the Club alleys
last night. The I'ellcans were de
cisively beaten In the first two games.
but In the third they finished Just
three pins behind the I. O. O. F.
Odd Fellows (1)
White I'etlcans (1)
remainder Is made up principally of
Canadians, Scandinavians and Ku-
Transportation Tho California
Northeastern railroad ( Southern Pa
elite), which connects with the main
line at Weed station In California,
penetrates the southwestern portion
of the county Inland to Klamath Falls
Fertile and lasting .sho the class Murphy It a sostoned
soil made up largely otVrapper, and If llud Is able to dispose
volcanic tufa and dlatomaceous earth,
heavily charged with vegetable ma
terial. Light In weight and color,
and responds readily to cultivation
Staple crops. Alfalfa, timothy, hay,
grain (wheat, oats, barley and rye),
smalt fruits and vegetables. Average
value farm land 130.18 per acre, cul
Do yon know7ou can get a f 10 hat
for 5 during the sate at
S-t GERTRUDE CO.T
19 miles. Extension of Oregon Trunk tlvatcd and uncultivated (U H, census
and Deschutes railroads, with present 11910).
termini at Uend. Crook county. Is pro-f Industries Dairying, farming and
Jected to Klamath Falls, but Is only In. stock raising. Cattle, horses, hogs
the prospective stage to date. land sheep nre raised extensively.
Water Klamath River, Sprague(Wool Is an Important product. With
River, Williamson River. Wood River, the development of the available
Lost River, Deschute River (In the. tar power, madufacturlng will N pre
northern portion). Klamath lakes andemtoent feature of the resources. The
numerous other small streams, pro. .government Irrigation and racisms
vide an abundance of water for do-'tlon project In process of construe
mestlc and Irrigation purposes. The
Klamath River and I-ost River com
bine a total of about 300,000 latent
horsepower capable of development,
while In the vicinity of Klamath Falls
of him tt will be clear sailing for the
popular boy to get a chanco for the
AND SOLD CHEAP
dk.mo.mm! ml vis who mimi to
iii:ci:iyi: tiiciii iiixiumh
aiu: Tin: uniisr tit h:mh:u.
lion Is prepared to supply water to
30.541 acre of Irrigable land: 37.
692 acres are Irrigated (June 30.1
The supreme court baa denied the
appeal of George and Charles Humph
rey, sentenced to death for the mur
der of Mrs. Eliza Griffith In Qenton
county, June 2. 1911.
P. C. Carlson
Bat two counties In the state.
Cor. 6aad Mala 'Klamath and Union, hare more fe-
male school children than male.
that I will begia the
by getting high
for 1913 at
Van Riper Bros.
Phone 85 i
Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley left
Wednesday for Portland, where Mr.
Bradley wilt purchase additional
stock for the Bradley Harness com
pany. While In the north the Brad
leys will spend several days visiting
at Mr. Bradley's old home, Oregon
United Press bervlce
NEW YORK. Jan. 3 -Admitting
1911). principally under nrlvate own.Uht supplied the demand for
ershlp. Thlrty.two acre of the en- tables at from 13 to 110 each. Mrs,
240 horsepower only has been devel-itlre project (embracing a toUl of 72,"H,r limwlln, a German widow, die
oped and utilised on the Link River 000 acres), are withdrawn from en- c''Hcd her today the rvtenc of a
above Klamath Falls. ttry. and 40.000 acres under private ldrtprrad traffic In Infants, which is
Roads Good countr roads are'ownmtiln. rtnvrnm.nt . ,f... ' being Intrtlleated br Hie health dv-
malntalned by taxation and subacrlp-iltshed 40 acre experimental farm I's'tmcnt,
within reclamation reserve north of '" Remmlln said that the main
Klamath Falls. tdemand for bable camv (mm wives
Slse of farm needed 40 to 80 acre wishing to fulst Infants utm unu
Irritated and Impreved: 160 to 3S0 peeling husbands. Prospective eus-
of the area of the county Is covered 'acres non-Irrigated and dry farming, tomefs. she said, were not rvqulred to
Itb timber of exceptionally fine mer-.respectlrelr. iglve a reason for thrlr purchase, were
Average dally wage, skilled labor, j" '"r n, references, nor made In
8: unskilled, farm hands. 82 and 'promise to care for the Infants pron-
potash exist In the Eastern Central .board; herders 830 to 840 per menth: "
.a -. I " .
portion or the county. 'raequero. $40 to f (0.
Timber Natural forest growth of
yellow and white pine, yellow and
white fir and Juniper. About one-half
niter, borax and
J E. V. Coffin and F. D. Scbrump are
among the Medfordltea spending the
day In Klamath Falls.
THE NEW YEAR
It Is a good time of Use rear to
meditate, to thick a Utile aboat the
past and mote than a little aboat the
future. The past raaaot be itadoae,
but (he future ta ours to mouM
a Me Mill. The rear 1013 will be'
largely what we snake it. If we are
dissatisfied, It way be that the fault
Ilea Mith ourselves, aad It miffit he
vrell to turn a page aad pUa aoruo-
ihihr UlrTereat for the we mar.
Coii.e la aad net the rest of the itnrj.
Paste This in Your Hat
I'OST.lfiK HATES UNDER. THE IHIUHXE PARCEL ItlHT I.AW.
Effective January I. lUla.
Parcel post stamps required.
Weight limit. 11 pounds; site limit. 72 Inchea In length and girth
Flat rate of 1 cent per ounce up to 4 ounces, regardless of dis
tance. Present rate of seeds, bulbs, etc., unchanged.
Above 4 ounces, rates are by pound, or fraction thereof, and vary
ing with distance aa follews:
Then- re two kinds i.f Insurance.
Clillfi.lp Mrllr ll.p right kind. Call
Ml KSi Main Mrrrt, or phono WJ. j
: :EASV AND SURE WAV
10 CURE COLDS
Rural route and city delivery
600-mlle zone . .
1,400-mile zone ,
1,800-mlle zone .
Over 1,800 mile
im.t .m:iu.i:t a coi.ii. elvk
t fllEAM HUM WILL SsTlIP IT IX
I THE hNEKZIMl STAGE
A cold generally attacks the weak.
est part. afTcctlnr th im ml ...- 1.
.35 um' nd Producing nasal catarrh and
.46 ! troubles In others. A cold Is
.57 s u" "' "- Inflammation of the tuein
.68 l,rn" "nlri Hie air passages, and
. 'rriMV I... iinimi,!!. ....., 1.. .....
,u e -" v'viuvmi luitu who n mile
Rr8jr wither with
M'CARTY HAS A
WIFE BACK EAST
AKW HEAVVWKIGHT AHP1IUXT
ItEFUMEH TO DIHCUKH HIH MAT
NO I'LANH FOR FUTURE
Kly's Cresm Halm, which lmm.,11
ately relieves the Inflammation and
all tho distressing symptoms, such aV
sneering, coughing, running at the
nose and oyes, hoarseness, sore throat '
fever and headache. One reason whv'
OnillllOOinil liril t"'1 '' ''Urc' nnt"'itlc Halm acts so
IiUMMIudIUN MEN ';r,'"Ju":r.rr
GET A ROASTING
Simplicity, acceaalblllty, aafety,
durublllty and economy. Burn
ing heavy oil, two-tblrda lower
In cost than gasoline.
Before making a purchase wo
Invite you to call and see our
Engine on display.
WE HAVE YOU MONEY
1010 Mala St., Opposite Teath
United Press Service
VENICE, Calif., Jan. 2. Luther
McCarty, aspirant for championship
pugilistic honors, admlttod this morn
ing that ho has a wife In Moorhcad,
Minn. He refused to discuss the re
port that she works In a reataurant,
or tell the facts of the marriage.
The fighter spent tho morning on
the beach with Promoter McCarey,
Crowda followed him. Ho declared
that he had no plana for the Immedi
nAUIAMKNTO VALLEY KAIlMKIt
DECLAKEM HIGHWAY KOHIIEKY
IIAHMLEHH I'AHTIME ALONG.
HIIIE OF IIUHIXEHH IIEALH
United Press Service
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 3. "Nine-
tenths of the commission business In
the state of California la worse than
nignway robbery." says Paul Steude,
prominent Sacramento Valley farmer,
i-uaaing ror a group of ranchers, In
a letter to Governor Johnson, asking
him to exert his Influence for free
market legislation, and correction of
othor evils set forth.
There Is no one to examinn 11...
books of the commission men," says
Steude, "and llioy would be fools If
they didn't rob the farmer."
i.vru in severe, chronic cascs of
catarrh, Ely's Cream Halm never fall.
to quickly and effectually check the'
poisonous discharge which clogs the,
head and throat, causing tho dlasu.i.
Ing hawking, spilling and blowln ..r
Hie nose. This remedy not only drlvl
out tho disease, but bonis and
Mrcngthens tho weakened mm...
branes, thus ending catarrh.
Colnrrh Is a filthy, disgusting dis
ease. Don't put up with H anoint r
dny. Gel n CO cent bottle of 1:1.'.
Cronni Halm from your druggist, .in(j
see how quickly yon will bo re'fovtd.
11 is perfectly harmless.
Hafr L-almig? Co I o Your Doctor
lUIrMimaoul 'Iroub ledlll, dandruff J- Want mor. lulr 1021,
Aycr's Hair Visor ?u,p'- c!?"" di. mSZu.
W. believe doct KliJ .?
nOFG ski srs. -sr '1 "1' " w" wo P
Block Wood, 3.50 load
All klndi of body wood
Ternia Htrhtly fash.
Pelican Bay Lumber
Co. Wood Yard
R. M. BOLLER, Mgr.
Leave orders at
Hamakers Orocery, PIiohb I flu I
Hun Htore, Phone ota
The Big Window
Al the ilaldwlit Hardware Co, Ht
JAN. j, 3 DAYS ONLY
Superior While EiimcI Wire
VALUI:SHKO.M 91 UP POR75C
A Superior White Unmncl Cup kIvcii
with each purchase
jr -" KRSB
Baldwin Hardware Co.
nln Mrccl. hctwevn 4 3
You lll nvir, never fssr ,
This (old snd gtoomy )ar
It you IH vry kindly lake w; adtl(.
I'or )u " this slur Is s.lltltg
Just the thing fur ahlch you're tilling.
And we've alto got a Vf data low price. .
We handle what Is knou
Cp bets In Ibis cold, fold lone
An Oil rituve that Is cheap snd safe d sound.
It's nstue Is lb "l'ftton,"
And tt dtws nut nd iorftloo,
I'nr If tt did wouldn't have It found
II. H.H.. 13
WILLIAM C. HURN
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of money la tun jusr bitslae
do net hssllste to la (be
Jlfst Trust sod lUilags Haak
and ask Ihem for a loa, Yov
not oaly Bad us f.ady to aMltt
you, but also m l(laU to
yim aiiylblaa you tb la kro
reUitv la mojsrn and apt
dais hanking bullae, epalts
are frspwtfully solicited.
First Trust and Savings Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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ate prhr.. Tualaat aad rWtsalrs.
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lag Mathlacsi, (Miter Typs
wrllefs, Vlitor aMl VMmm Mer
out. .! Marhhsra. Hooaa, Ms
lhery aad I'klarva.
H. MAIH;.V, I'roffieior
TIB SJ.I. stl
Ju.t now. rMtmm 4.m..u,e Re, onla. Slrj a-,naat. rUvorda. Sir.
WE take cure ofonr customers
WE enn supply your every banking need
WE wish to serve you
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Send to Underwood'a and
Kt a bottle of NYAL'S
White Pine and Tar
hn"'Z'Zlc 'r:'Ullon' 'oo'heyoar '
well lonlitht. Urw UoWH goc
U N D E RWOOD'S
corner wain and Seventh