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THIS BVENINO HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OIOCOON
r -S SjSSSSam-.
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For Nineteen Fourteen of
lien's Ready-to -Wear Garments
September 5th SATURDAY 9a. m. to 5 p. m.
One Hundred Seventy Garments Will Be Shown
For the First Time, Which Have Jut Arrived From New York and Cleveland
THE NEW FALL STYLES ROYAL WORCESTER AND BON TON CORSETS
Which Arrived Yesterday Will Be on Display, Too
WE OIVK -
President Is Accused
ot Backim? White Wi
Walter Hagen, New
I'ttuJ 'i ficnUo
SAX FllANHHCO, 8tH. 3 The
tiut thai 1'fwlJ.m Vmi Hhl Kal
cf CMat U tucMne Wfatt. Volf, tb
Ue4U, ti twine majn up ud ilon
Ut arlfi twit by aftnou ,f u,,. CM
tw retolailoaary moYoiauit.
Or!tnllr, fc.y yf tlir rid to
Bik a rttoluiloAUt of Whliw Wolf
WalW it were dtilng , tny u.
(rt ill uulU murw nluble
')ti(r"atw ooncrrnlns their plan 10
Lalrf, Vfeoh lilrj IfAftlw! Ii a
tfaliitr. tli?v itnlaird the proldrul
fueuiiitK Mm '" 'w M
tetttltuioti&ry rMix, mcouraicd Mm.
10 commit twfrrdUin lu dlulcli
who lsall lit' doubled on a nivalis
or roahlntr lit vlrtlm lialp ttip moio-1
Juiini li)' auppviwd li favorod.
COMB SAGE IE IN
LIFELESS. GRAY HAIR
to MIXISII WITH KULPHUK, IT
MHKttMi HO NATURALLY NO
IWHV CAN TELL.
Oraodmottier kepi btr hair beautl
""' rkno4. sloity and abundant
K brsw of Sag T and Sulphur.
bnur tir hlr f,ll out or taok
dull, faded or streaked up.
lrBc this ilmpl mlitur iru ap
nitJ wild wonderful elect. Ily ask
in t nor drug More for "Wyelh
WW nd Hulpuur lltlr Remedy." you
"' lt a large bollto of tbU old-
llrun isclp. ready to u, for about J
10 cent. TliU uliajil mltur cuj
be drtxiiitvil upon to rtor natural
rolor and bautr to " ,r n'1 u
tlndld for dandruff, dry. Itcjiy acaJpl
9 ml ftlluE liatr.
A well-known downtown druUi
. .. tit...
nit) ptsryuoay ur r ""'
nd iluliihur, bcwui It darkana ao
nwturallir and evonlr tbat nobody can
let! It linv been apiillodlfa ao aay
to u, too, Yu alntply dampen a
rimb or poft urunh and draw It
IhroiiBli your liatr, taking ono atrand
.1 time, llr mornlnt th gray balr
'b'Jaappnara; aflor another application
u t two It la reitorod 10 lu natural
rotor and Inoka itlonar. aoft and
THK PIANO PACT AHH I't'TTlSCI TIIK
rl.MHIIIXd TOIHJI t ON THAT FINIS HKMMS
TIO.V OK OHANI, rrJIMIHT AND I'MVKII
SHEPHERD PIANO DEPOT
Wall anil Hh TI rn
1 BBslrIt't- 4!t I
1 I rJl
ifi ' . y
1 v &
k - fl, ,- Hl
Ohio Plans Belter Care
of Tubercular Patients;
repair. Captain Guthrie la al do
ing ome painting about the ladl"
The ateamer Klamath la at tht Pel
lean Oar -uaber company' dock,
acting as a tender for tb company'
United I'rnea Servtc
COLUMUUS. Ohio, Sept S. Hoa
plilllutlon of on conaumpUre pre
vonta the Infection of tea other peo
ple. Hospital tare and treatment pro
vide practically the on cbaace of re
covery for the patient,
Tbeee are the facta on which th
Ohio Society for the Prevention of
Tuberculoma and th dlvtalon of
tuberculoala of the aUt health hoard
aro baaing tholr preeent campaign to
procure adequato tioepltal facllltte
for coniutnptlvce. It 1 eatlmated
that there ar Ji.000 reatdenU of the
atate now Buffering from th "great
State health official have ouUlaeei
twelve tentative hotplUl diatiicti oi
from four to ilx counties ecb.whero
In campaign will be started for the
erection of dlatrlct tuberculocta ho
plUI to be maintained Jointly by thei
Slxtyfive of Ohlo'a eighty-eight
counties have made provision tor the
hospital care of their tuberculosis vic
tims. It Is In these countle that the
campaign I to be waged. Tills move
ment I possible now for the Ural time
In the history of the state through
th enactment of. the amend d county
district tuberculosis hospital law by
th last legislature.
THE FIRST STALRT IN LIFE
n rS4-w f.
Kiwnnl. wt'flllh "'"I ""Ichoii con
hUu Hr, .. vine n imrllon of wlmi
,;, wirii. Tlio Klw Hlt nnd
Huvlugu IlimK l ""'V tliini-nMoea
uhsoliilo wfiirHy for nil inoimy
ilopnnltfd M'lli K'i". ,Mlt ,mya
i t.or cent Inlnre-t. You can open
nn nroount with iuloiolt of II.
FIRST STATE R SAVINGS BANK
iVfaftatftin FAi-JUst, U KWWT
Willnr llagcn, tho SSowr-old
ItochcattT profuMlonal who won
Pranrl Oulmot's national golf title
t Chlrago, say hla aurw la duo to
heeding Horry Vardon'a advice to
ulioot straight for the llag." Hagen.
Ilku the famous English champion,
tmcrlrlces distance for accuracy, and
I the rvaulta apeak for themselves.
I llngen, 11 Mcll-bullt youth, weigh
'lug nhoul MR pound, doesn't play a
! flashy gamr. I'rohiihly ono. of hla best
nccflinnltahniQiiia U Ills stMiltiipaa.
Opposition must bo vrry keen to rat
lin lliu stvady-KoliiK young natlounl
Hugon was born In Rochester, took
tin the gimui of golf enrly and most
of tho llino played In hla uatlvo city,
ulthoiiKli fwnnintly ho golfod In Can
ndu with bin friend, (liiorgu Murray.
IIiiroii first uliowod sIkiih of hla abil
ity nt lirookllne,
Mrs. A. K. Holloday. Algema: 8. L.
Thompsou, Chlloauln; Edward Hack.
ett, San Francisco; Qeo. W. Temple,
John Isaacson, Wahoo; N. 8. Merrill.
Merrill: J. Vincent, Wd; N. Mugl
and wife, Mrs. Caswell, Mrs. Callard.
Slsson; Jas. Ilesslck, T. Mlshand.
Dcswlck; Anua Rosenberg, Ander
son; Wlulfred Key, Olympla; a 11.
Tanner, virgiuia uuy; c. J. cklo,
Canton, Ohio; O. W. Engle, Fort
Ira A. Williams, CorvallU; J. I.
Simon, Ralph Wllkerson. Hlldebrand;
A. A. Roblnaon, Lo Aagwlea; Verne
Powloy, 11. D. LuUre, Seattle.
Tliu attorney general hus decided
llmt tho ruling ot tho induutrlal wel
fine comiuliulon nppllea to tho hop
liultictry, mid women and children
riiuunl work more than eight hours
per day or M hours por week.
"Dr. Thomas' Eclsctlo Oil la th
best romody for that often fatal dla
one croup, It ha bean uad with
success la our family for alibi yars."
Mr, h. Whlteacr. BufaJo, N. T.
R. If. E.
Venice 4 10 S
Oaklund 3 7 1
Hnrknesa, Koeatner and McClaln;
(loyur and Mltio.
R. H. K.
San Krauclsco 1 3 2
I, ob Angela 6 IS 0
Raum and Hchmldt; Hughe, Love
R. II E.
Hncramento .,., ,3 6 1
Portland .....1 9 1
Stroud and Rohm; Krauso and
NEWSY N0TFcJ OF
SHIPPING! ON II ES
WILD PLUM DltlSCH 'I.OPLE OLT
INTO THE OPENrM-NY ACT1V
1TIKH ARE NOTED ALONG TUB
WATER FRO'jtT ,
(Herald Special 84 rrtr)
SHIPPING TON, Sept. 3. Most ot
the people about Uppor Klamath
Lake are ot pluming most of their
Mm now. wild plum r plentiful
In moat p'taees thla seasoa.
Th steamer Wlnema went np th
lake Tuesday with aa aort4 cargo.
Most ot it was bound for Rocky
There are two
Chilcota vrriu U
ktasl (ttat far-
Notice to Creditors
la the District Court of the Unite
State for tho District of Oregon.
To the Creditors of C. E. Ataiason.
Notice is hereby given that oa the
24th day ot August. 1914, th under
signed referee ot the above court la
bankruptcy ordered that th stock ot
goods, ware and mrcnaaduw, aa weu
as all fixture bloglag to the above
bankrupt, be sold at public auction,
to th highest bidder for cash. Th
sale to ho held on September 13th,
and at 2 p. m., and aald sale to be ot
the said atock and nature In bulk.
A meeting ot th creditor la here
by called to be held at the offlce of the
undersigned referee In Klamath rails.
Oregon, on the 11th day ot Septem
ber, 1914, at 2 p. m., at which time
creditors may ahow cause, It any there
be, why the aald salo should not be
held aa ordered.
Dated at Klamath Falls, August
J. C. RUTENIC. Referee
Tho r.oad to Shlpplngtou U Just a
streak f dust and a right: of way.
It only take a good rain to turn thla
wouhVbo road Into a nioitar trough.
MutMcrlb (or U HaimM, t
Tito ateamer Masama (Oaptala Tay
tof) Is txanauorttng a lot ot lumber
from, tho Uttaw ft Rums, mill at Fort
Klauuath. to th Klamath Manufac
turing company plant at Shipping
Saturday night tho riteamor. Eagl
brought dowm a lOO-ton barge" load
Notice to Taxpayer
.Nolle la hereby given that the
board of equalliatlon will convene
Monday, September 14th, and will he
In session tor thirty day. All tax
payer will bo expected to til their
protest with the county clerk before
September 21st, aa provided by law.
aa there will be absolutely no changes
mado In rolls after they aro turned
back to the assessor.
10-tf J. P. LEE. Assessor.
The sftaamer Modoo brought down
two blr log raft from Crystal. On
was. conilgaen to the Algaraa, and
the. othr to' the Long I ak plant.
Summon For Publication la Fore
closure of Tax Lien.
In the Crcult Court ot the Stat ot
Oregon, for th County ot Klamath,
H. J. Lockwood, Plaintiff,
Frd K. Merrltt (sometime called
Fred Merrltt), DtndanL
To Frd K. Merrltt (iomUm
WlUd Fr Merrltt), th abov ium4
defendant. ,'' .
In th name of th State of Or-
gen: 1 ou am nery notuiea tnai .
Ths ataanar Acnl- t urla ia lvlnx
t her dock. und.rgoU g mUwrlj. Uckwo4, th nldr of eartlfteaujath FaU. Or.
of delinquency numbered 457,
upon the 26th day of February, A. D.
1K14. by the tax collector ot Klam
ath County. Stat ot Oregon, tor ti
amount of nine and 40-100 dollar,
the same being the amount thea da
and delinquent for tax for th yar
1910 together with penalty, later
and cost thareoa upon the real prop
erty assessed to you. ot which yen
are th owner a appear of record,
situated In said county and atata, ana
particularly bounded and described a
follow; to- U:
Lou xour (4) and five (S) la
block two (2). Buena Vista addition
to Klamath Falls, Oregon, (formerly
Unkvllle. Oregon), according to th
duly recorded plat thereof now upon
file In the office ot tne county dark
a: Klamath Falls. Oregon.
You are further notified that aald
H. J. Lockwood baa paid taxes oa
ld premise for prior or subsequent
)tara, with the rate of interest on aald
amount as follows, to-wtt:
Year's tax, 1911; date paid, Feb.
26. 1914; tax receipt No. 4327; rat
ot Interest, IS per cent per annum.
Year's tax, 1913;; data paid. Feb
ruary 26, 1914; tax receipt No. 4737;
rate of Interest. 15 per cent pr annum.
Tear's tax. 1913; date paid. March
31, 1914; tax receipt No. 3430; rat
of Interest. 15 per cent per annum.
Amount paid for th year 1911,
Amount paid for the year 1913,
Amount paid tor th year 1913,
Said Fred K. Merrltt (somtima
called Fred Merrltt), a th legal
owner ot th above described prop
erty as the same appear ot record,
and ach ot th other person abov
named are hereby notified that U. J.
Lockwood will apply to the Circuit
Court ot the County and State afore
said for a decree foreclosing the Ilea
atasnst the property above described,
and mentioned In said certificate. And
you aro hereby summoned to appear
within sixty day after the first pub
lication of thla summons, exclusive ot
the day ot said ttrat publication, and
defend this action or pay the amount
die as above shown, together with
cocts and accrued Interest, and In
case ot your failure to do so, a deer
will bo rendered foreclosing th lln
fii said taxes and costs against th
land and premises above named.
This summons 1 published by order
ot tho Honorable Henry L. Benson,
Judge ot th Circuit Court ot th
State of Oregon for th County ot
Klamath, and said order was mad
and dated this Cth day ot July, A, D.
1914, and th date ot the first pub
lication ot this summons Is th 9th
day ot July, A. D. 1914. All pro
cess and papers lu this proceeding
rosy be served upon th udrlga4
residing within th Htet of Oragoa
at th addr hweaKor msatlwd.
O'NMIJV ft.MAJIWnK, 1
Attorneys for PiJstiff
Addr. Looml BulMlac. Klam-