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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1911)
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but It ta as true aa gospel. The
people who today owa Caelr owa
hoaee ta thla towa yean ago
showed their eoaadeaea la oar
comaaualty by taveetlag their
savings kro. Their aaall la
vcetment created mora credit
tor thorn aad It was aot loaf b
foro tholr credit waa oaough to
aabio than to build a hern:
Tha ease opportunities eitet to
day tor tha ate who la wllllag
to start homo taveetatoata ara
always looked apt with awre
. UTor by oar ana-iclal laetu--tlons
thaa InveetsaeaU ta eoae
far o coracr ot tha (lobe, ud
If you arc thlaklag ot atartlag
a hewo wa waat to talk thiiga
am with ,yo aad give Toa
soase Idea about what tm will
need la tho laaibor Hat,
Our stock Is coaiplete.
Si?i4fe Iras, taker C.
6th St. at S. P. track
oeha aad Choaolata layar aahaa
Aacsl Food eaka . .
plea Cakat lav
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led fir and Hue Bark
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LUMB1RAUD BOX COMPANY
THE EVENING HERALD
W. a miTH. Mttor end Proprietor
J. M. 8TOWELL. City Editor
PahUeaei dally except Juuday at 115
KLAMATH WKUM, ORMOON
TMU18DAX. OCT. !, 1MI
MONKY FOR CROP MOVING
THIS Is the poorest season to bor
row money because tho price Is
highest, according to the Saturday
Evening Post A tabular statement
ot the avcrago Interest rate on prim.)
commercial loans at New York tor
raeh week In tho year orer a period of
nineteen years shows that tho borrow
er la tho latter part of September
nrd the early part ot October pars
fully one per cent moro than the bor
rower In February, Ma) or June. The
New York Interest rate In this respect
Is a fair Index to that for the country
at large. As bank loans In the United
States amount to somo $15,000,000.
000, the higher rate oa autumn loans
represents a considerable tax.
Tha reason for tho higher autumn
rate Is. of course, that money Is thon
required to more the crops. The Bait
era banks, la September and October,
ship out nearly two and a half times
as much currency at they receive.
Chicago aad St. Louis also are then
shlpplag currency Into the country at
a brisk rate. Reserves fall; Interest
rates advance. '
Tha money, baring moved tho
crops, speedily comes back, howertr.
la January and February the Eastern
banks receive nearly two and a halt
times as much currency as they ship.
Reserves rise; Interest rates fall.
From time to time other causes
conspire with this seasonal dlaloca
tloa to produce an acutely distressing
situation, as happened In October,
1807. There Is no sound reason for
shunting a considerable part of tho
couatry'a ready cash back and forth
between tha reserve centers and the
harvest fields, while there a number
of sound reasons against It.
Will congress, by any lucky chance.
have a little spare time this winter
for tha consideration of banking and
HCKS TO JUNE,
OCT DUCK RICNARIMON, SHORT
HAND MAX. RALKB AT PHOHMI
TIOX TO KNTKR COXTHST AT
PVIX1XO OCT FEATHKR8
Special to Tho Itarald
LAKE VIEW, Oct. It Somo frtsnd
of Judge Bensoa brought la a Bne
brace ot ducks for bis supper at tba
Lakevlew hotel, and the Judge olercd
to go la partaarahlp with "Dick"
Richardson, tho heavyweight court
stenographer, If tha latter would help
pull feathers for the occasion.
Dick, at last accounts, waa saying
that ha liked dack, bat he could aee
ao reason why they had to grow tuts
oa theas to take a saaa'a valuable time
when ha waa haagry.
He la loohlag for a Piute brave that
knows how to handle the feathers
properly, thea there la going to be aa
eatlag coateet that' promisee to make
some woaderful records already es
tablished la that line here look tired.
Fifty boseo Rogue River pears.
They are beaut lee to put ap. At
1 1-1 The Fultoa Market.
V r- '
The Howes gpcclal
All-bog Breakfast Sausage. Only to
be had at thai Halea Market.
Pboae'llUl J. J. HALM, Prop.
Temple theater, afatlaee dally, S:tv
p. m. areataf, fret pertenaaaee,
and Clear Natlfe
Fir for flniah
work, alao Lath
HEAVY EATER IS
GAME FOR MATCH
AMIMTIOl'M IUHCU'I.K OF KPICU.
RV8 ANXIOl'8 TO'tlKT CIIANOK
TO TROT HIS STOMACH IN' OAH
8pcclal to The Herald.
l.AKKVIKW, Oct. 13 Onstronlmle
Champion Ctins. Wlnklvman la ready
(or another contoit nKiUiut tho favor
ed ions ot Kplcurus tlmt ilc!rji.to
wrest his laurels from this section.
Ho sas thnt ho Is rendy to cat
agnlnit anything human In tho coun
try, and especially doslres to meet
romo fcllaw from tho stnto ot Now
Jersey that claims to haro devoured
10 U pound ot boiled haul, cooked
with 40 pounds of knte, at n single
altllng In which tho "Skeotorllo" left
nothing but tho bones. WlnkKmnn
says that he doe not bollovo H, hut
It truo he Is gclng to cultivate a tatte
for kale, and Is already able to han
dle his sharo of ham any tlmo tt li
placed brtoro him. As tho champion's
trainer's funds are running low the
latter Is desirous of Rutting n match
for hi man tt the earliest poulblo
inomont, or ho will haro to go Into
Tho training methods ot tho cham
pion are unique, as ho uses n com
fortable ration of somo ten or twclre
pounds at a sitting tho first day, and
gradually Increases tho amount until
ho has reached the point where he Is
sufficiently confident, when ho enters
tho arena ready to vanquish nil com
petition. Ono feat that lives In the
memory of all that hnro over heard of
It Is his former handling of thirty
quail In portions of ono per day, and
on tho thirtieth day, when tho judges
ot tho contest announced that ho had
won easily ho called (or moro quail,
and before tho supply had rnn out ho
bed handled thirty moro at the single
Ho says that there was a conspiracy
prompted by Jealousy, against hlm,who, on August 1, 1910, mado home-
fn th.. f,iuul a h,.1t. mnrn ntiitll . -...1 nM . Mfili tt at?l Vl1.
for they refused to supply moro quail,
at supper of tho same day,
Whllo Mr. Wlnklcmsn wears l.lslai. township 37 8. rnngo 7 K, Wlllam
laurels with becoming modesty, ho
always ready for a contest, and tho
enforced Idleness that bo has been
put to. In not being ablo to secure an
tagonists Is maklrit; fats gaunt frnmo
gaunter with each day nnd Impover
ishing his trainer until tho latter has
toMnd twice In ono placo to mnko a
H'Ua AXO CHlLOgt'lN
PM PJI AM PM
Weed ... :ts 12:40 11:10 :oa
Evans ... :6 ll:i ll:lt 1:60
Seger ... 6:03 1S:I0 11:11 1:41
Oelaney . 6:J5 1:10 10:4T 1:30
Morrison 6:46 1:40 10:11 1:01
Hwanston 6:66 1:60 10:17 7:60
OrossUke:07 1:03 10:06 7:14
AbaerY.. :lt 3:07 10:00 7:33
Ericksoa . :! 2:11 0:60 7:3
Peaoyar ..6:24 2:10 0:43 7:St.
Bray Y.. 0:33 3:37 0:40 7:13
Bray .... 0:34 3:31 1:33 7:11
Kegg .... 0:43 3:37 0:10 7:03
Jerome .. 0:66 3:46 0:33 0:66
MMtebroa 7:03 3:63 0:11 0:41
Macdoel . 7:08 1:63 0:10 0:10
Somerset 7:11 3:01 0:07 0:34
May 7:l 3:00 3:60 0:20
Oorrls ... 7:36 3:11 3:60 0:17
Calor .... 7:36 3:33 3:40 0:03
Wordea ..7:40 8:33 8:30 0:00
Ady 7:63. 8:46 3:24 6:64
Midland . 3:00 3:63 3:18 6:48
Teiurn .. 8:07 4:00 8:07 6337
K. Falls . 8:16 4:10 8:00 6:30
Klamath Palta 7:00 10:36
Chelsea 7:08 10:18
Wocas 7:18 0:88
Meiaaee 7:30 0:43
Ouiy 7:48 0:33
Pelican 7:67 8:13
Ula 8:01 0:08
Lobert 8:16 8:66
Chlloqula 8:80 8:40
In ttfe Circuit Court of tba State of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
P. R. BarscoBga, PlalatUf,
J. M, Sasier, Defeadaat.
To J. M. Saatcr, tha above namod
defeadaat la tba asm of the state
of Oregon, you ara hereby required to
appear aad answer the complaint fllcd
against you la the above eatltled ac-
tloa oa. or before Thursday, the 0th
day of November, A. D. 1011, that
being the data of tha last publication
of the iuosbiom it tale action and the
but date la waleh yea, the defeadaat,
Ore yeqol'M to gMwar aald complaint,
aa tied by tho order of the court tor
pablleatloR of tkUHBiioM, and If
you fall ta appear aad answer, at
aforesaid tha plaiatlf will apply to
tie court ror tae reiier prayea ror ana
demanded ta the. complaint, to-wit:
A Judgmeat agalaat you for the sum
of oae buadred dollars, together with
Interest thereon at the rato ot 8 per
cent per nuuum from August SO, A, I).
1011, and tor tho further sum or
164,38, and for $100 attorney fees
mul (or tho costs and itlitmracmotita
ot this action.
This summons ta published In the
Klamath llepubllcan, n weekly new-
paper printed and puuiisnru m mo
city of Klnmath Falls, In said Klam
ath county, stato of Oregon, by order
ot tho lion. Ienry 1,, Demon, J ml no
of tho above named court, such order
being dated tho 3Jlh day of Suplenf
her. A. O, 1011. tho flrs't publication
of this summons to ho made nnd Is
ninilo on the 3Sth day o( ticptmnber,
A, D, 1011, and the Inst publication
thereof l to bo mndo on the 9tli tiny
of November, A, H. ttflt.
HOIIACR M. MANNINO,
r Attorney (or Plaintiff.
Klamath Falls. Ore,
XOTIC'K Ftlll PUIII.ICATIO.V
(Nov Coal Lauds)
Departmeqt o( the Interior, Unttwl
8tate fjtnd Olllco at l.akovluw,
August 17, 1111.
Notlro Is hcriby given that Klmeda
llawxhunt of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
who, on December 37th, IS09, msdo
ttml'or and stone application ro.
03886, (or BN NWtt, NWW NWW
section 3t, NKV4 NBVt section 33,
township 37 8 rnnno 9 K Wlllam
ctto Meridian, has (lied notlro o( In
tentlon to make final proof to estab
lish claim to the land above described
lioforo It. M. Ulchardtan, United
Slates commissioner, at Klnmalli
Falls, Oregon, on tho 37tl. day o(
Claimant names as wltnrsest
F. It. Shannon, II. M, Whltellno
J. C. Sml'h. John Jensen, nil o(
Klamath Falls, Orrgon.
A. W. OIITON.
XOTICK OF PUIH.ICATION
(Not Coal Units.)
Depnrtmrnt of the Interior, United
Stales Und Office at Ukovlew,
Orrgon, October 3, 1911
Notlco Is hereby given that Frank
Moorland, of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
isteaii oniry, .o. oiiM, ir or,H or.-
l. KH SK;, 8WU 8BU. section,
urml ontry, No. O.T87f, for 8KU NK
U'etto Meridian, has filed notlro ot Into-
tlon to mnko final commutation proof.
to establish claim to tho land above
described, before C. It. Dtl.ap. county
clerk of Klamalh Falls, Oregou, on
tho Uth day of November, 1911.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Bruce Oaddls, J. O. Swan. O. D.
Oravcns. Ollro J.Carlton, nil of
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
A. W. OIITON.
10-12-1 1-0 r Itoglster.
XOTlCi: OF PITIIMOATIOX
(Not Conl Units.)
Depnrtmont of the Interior, United
States Und Ofllce, nt Ukcvlow,
Oregon, October 3, 1911.
Notlco Is hereby given that Ollro J,
Carlton, of Klamath Fulls, Oregon,
who, on July 17, 1911, mado home
tend entry, No. 038S3, for SK!i sec
tlon 30, township 37 S, rango 7 K,
Wlllametto Meridian, has (lied notlro
of Intention to mnko final commuta
tlon proof, to establish claim to the
land abovo described, boforo C. It. De
Lap, county clerk of Klamath county,
nt Klamnth Falls, Oregon, on the 11th
day of November, 1911.
Claimant names as wltnescs:
J. Q. Rwan, O. D. Graven, Ilruco
Oaddls, Frank Moorland, all of Klsm
ath Falls, Orgcon.
, A. W. OIITON,
XOTICK FOIl PUIIMCATIOX
(Not coal lands)
Depnrtmont of the Interior, United
States L&nd Odlco at Ukovlew,
Oregon, September 23, 1911
Notlco Is hereby given that llorbori
I. Arant, whoso postornco nddross U
Hairy, Oregon, did on the 31st day o
May, 1911, flic In this odlcn swam
rtatement nnd application No. 0408(1,
tn purchase the NBU SB, BVs Nl
'A, Section 24, Township 38 8, range
10 E, Wlllametto Meridian, and the
timber thereon, under tho provisions
of the act of Juno 3, 1878, and acts
amendatory, known aa tho "Tlmbr
and Stono Law," at such valuo as
might bo fixed by appraisement, and
that, pursuant to such application,
the land and timber thoroon have
been appraised at a total of 1310, the
Umber estimated at 260,000 board
foot at 11, per M., and the land at
ISO; that said applicant will offer
final proof In support of his applica
tion and sworn statement on the 2d
day of December, 1011, before C, R.
OeLap, county clerk of Klamath
county, at Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any person la at liberty to protest
thla purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any tlmt before patent
Issues, by filing a corroborated affi
davit In this office, alleging facts
wntcn would aoreat tne entry,
A, W. ORTON, Register,
First pub,, Sept, 31,
Utt pub., Nov, 30, r
NOTICi: OF PtlllMCATION
(Kol Coal Lands.)
Department ot the interior, Unllod
States l.mul Offlca at f.akevlew,
tlregmii Ocfiiber 3, 1011.
iddls. of Mnmnlh InlU, OreMin,
... o ,ixi ...-.I.. I. .,.,.. I
who. on juiiii a, iwiii iiiikiw "", -
s(cndeii ry (JiHl.),N.038So.forH ,
. section 31, towns...!. 37 n. range.
7 H, W'llln.mtto Meridian, lias men
noilco of Inttntlnii to mnko flunl com
iiiiitatlou irno(, In eslnhltsh claim lit
tho laud above described, before O. II.
Del.np, county clerk of Klamath
ii.imly at Klamalh Falls. Oiegnii, on
the I tilt day of November, 1011.
Claliunnt names as wlntnvmcn!
Cravens Ollvo J. Carlton, nil of
nth lalli, Oregon.
A. W. OIITON,
XOTK'i: OF PUIH.ICATION
(Not Coal Units.)
Department of Ihe Interior. United
Hlates Und OtTIro at Ukovlew,
OrcKi.n, Oetober 3 1911
Notlco Is hereby given that John
(1 Swan, of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
who, on August I. 1910. inailo home
alcad entry No. 03880. (or NKU NK
,NW NDU.HWU NKU,NW
8BM, eellin 3t, township 37 H,
rniige 7 K Wllllninetlo Meridian, hat
ntett notlro o( Intention to make final
nimmulalli.il pron(, to establish claim
to the land abovo described, before
C. It. IHUp, county cterk ot Klamath
county, at Klami.lh Falls, Oregon, ot.
tho I lth day of November, 1911.
Claimant name as witneate:
Itruco Oaddls, Frank Moorland, O,
D. Craven O. J. Cnilton, all of Klanw
nth Falls. Oregon.
A. V. OIITON,
10.13.11.3 r Ileglster.
xetici: rou fhimcviiox
(Not Coal l.mul)
Department nf the Interior, United,
Hlates Und Offlrc at Ukevlew,
Oregon, September 18, lull,
Notlro 's hcriby given that William
A. Ilomllnot, whiiio poiloltlre address
la IHmnntli I'nlln. Orei!un. did on U
- - -;;-". . ... i
I'll' !) ' J"r. ' ' ln nl
oniro smkui statrmriit and ni.tlea
tlou No. Otsr.0, to purchass the NKH I
of HV.Vt, sertlon SO, township 37 S,
muse 9 i: Wlllametto Meridian, nndj
tt.n timber (hereon, under the pro
vision ( the art o( June i, 1878.
I mul nits nmendnlor)-, known n the
."Timber nnd Stone law," at such
value as might bo fixed by appraise.,
,"cnt, aim u.ni, pursuant in suc.i v
l.llrnllon the land and timber thereon l
Imvii been appraised nt n total
1100, the timber estimated at 90,000
board feet nt 11 per M., and the land)
at 110: thnt said appllennt will otter,
tlnitl proof In support nf his applies. ,
tlon und sworn stntemmt on tho SClh
day of November, 1911, brtoro C. It,
l)et.ap, County Clerk o( Klamath
county, at Klnmath Falls, Oregon,
Any person Is at liberty to protest '
this purrhnio before entry, or Initiate'
a contest at any time htforo patent.
tMIN J. 7.CMWALT. PnV nt. K. M. llt'BH, VhvPrrt. and Trees.
IIKItT I.. WITIIIIOW. Hrrrrlary
Klamath County Abftract Co.
Surveyor and Irrlgatloa Kailaeen
ji.tPH, i'la.vh, hf.uKPiiixTH. ktc. KlaBiaUl Fillf, OrcoB
The World Moves So Do We Move
to and from all traina and boats
and git e you Quick Service
Blacksmith Shop In Connection
Arc prepared to tan oat allkladi of tint
Clan Work, Ikoalng ipfcUllittcatloa.
O. K. Transfer Co.
Di7 Phone 871 Night Phoae 873
Immes, by tiling n corrohurnti'il ntn
davit In this ofllce, alleging (nets
which would tlolost (ho entry
A, W. OIITON, ItegUttT
P-SI. 10-35 r
vm-tnK vit niici.i-r.H.u
O.or. for Klammi. i-
wiwm, iui nininnill l.lMlhlV
, .. ,. ,,.., ... ,..,, ... . -
,lhorBbv .,, Iiv
derslgnod ndmlntstrntor of tho ,ttto
.. .. .- .-.-, .,.,, ... ,T VIII'
u( Joseph Drolicr, dveenred, to tl0
creditors of and nil poriuim Imvltig
claims against tl.j ssld dercniicil, to
exhibit such claims with thn urrcamry
vouchers within six months nfter tho
publication of this notlro In tin. ni,
nd.nliilstrntor, at the ornro of llurnee
Klam-,wMU(Mnt((iK bi,n( n -
I of Klnmath Falls, county of Klamath,
!u..i- ..-.. ui.i.i. 1. .... ..
Htntn of Oregon, which said (ifflco Mm
ItPidorslgied selects ns his tdnrn of
hiinlneas In nit mnltors rot.ucrtp.l with
'said estate of Joseph Drehor ilc
It. a SHOUT, AdmlhUtrnliir
Horace M, Manning, attorney fur iM
Dated and first published nt iCIntn.
nth Falls, Oregon, on this 18th dr of
September, A. D. 1(11.
1 n t uibllc.(tl..i, Nor, j r
Onoe) MUb WiMtd , , . 8:1.7.1
t.foot lltKly Wood . . . .9.1.10
. . Delivered . .
Iave Orders at City llnkrr;
mm m eihaiming
Kniliataslag for stilpnirat a
lrUlty. Hay call Xo. OM.
Mght Call lltM.
New Faaerwl fur
W1UIS HWHTItE COMPANY
OrrgoN Kmhahtwre Llrrase
Hay aad Night Phones
4M end M4
oatrn aad Chapel Comer Ola