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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HOUSE PASSES :
. WIRE DAYS.
ALFM Feb 17- Shooting duekfl
iia ilrpUiw Is not yi Popular
i. of Imoii fruin submarines gen
,r,llr ndtit(.Hl In -at lt not by
.l. ..nk nd III"
Vil lli 4'""l',r r ,Un Bnd '"mo
.h lower house fr,,0 J"1 ucn
. - .tlttt m1 itl.
s roadltlon in i" -- i
.... future, aim. ' "i"-,i'
ibit llm. " ""i""""" " "
nttl Roman's bill, prohibiting
biikootlnf cf due ki from airplanes,
,u brouRltt in to IncliiJo llio catch-
lal of liy" n'1 olllcr fooJ ,Uh
Tne kouic tit flml ncllnea ta
treat tho smnidim nl nnothor one
0f (bt numerous Jokes whleh have
Mn nerpetrsfd In the house but
riprMnttlo MiTaihwd assured tho
isjtiUton that both "' original bill
uj'ibt tmoiulim'iit wore Introduced
li rlouiin- mid Insisted that
Ity be treated h
The report of the commlltoo wan
adopted and Hi" bill '' como for
Mill reading In regular order.
4( the Theaters
Zor," tin ph)liiil -ulturo play
1 lb Liberty tonlKht. Is bno of the
nut out of the urdlnury film local L
pby foert lll l.av.i au opportunity
to let tbbi tiwou II shows tho de
gree of mrfrrtlou rlitlit llvlujt and
uerclte will eimlilo a yaunic man to
itsci ind should be n stimulus to
ertry boy nml clrl to take euro of
their health A rtuirmliiK love story
It lnternoven nml ttm rllmsx is moat
Ibrllllni. After u hard battle where
Is Zoscir's wonderful strength and
ittllty ensblrs hint to succewatully
battle eUkt men he Is finally knock
ed b; blow from a shovel. After
hi recount lil senses he takea up
thecbue, ai the Rang, have abducted
bb sweetheart It seems Impossible
toorertakc ihetii but by the aid of an
ilrplta he succeeds In galnln
ironad and finally snatches Helen
from tho speeding car.
ARE FIGHTING HARD
, CINCINNATI, Feb. 19. Referen
ton elections lll bo sought In four
imitate on the Federal Prohibition
imendment, according to an an
aonsctment piado today by the Na
llonil AmocIuHoii ul DUtlllera' and
WbolessU I.lquor Dealers. It.ls do.
tilled that tho Htntes where the elr
tkai will ho sought aro Arkansas,
California. Idaho. Maine, MhchlMn,
MlMourl. Nebraska. NevadC New
MmIco, Ohio. tJregon,' Utahf aud
Wuhlniton ' "
WRIKKS AMMfO ItHINK. '
JIWIlAi:o.Vi Feb. ISr-'Acn-'!
itrlke has ,uen dcclnroif Jn the
lndMtn.1 district along tho Rhfno,
"Partteans have nrcunled 'llnohiim
'" 0''' Places, it. is reported'-' I
wasisaiMssiM -- . ' -
aassasv . r a
Kli nn''liiass VL ss'k. "
Evciy woman living in an Electric
liB'Ued home is depriving herself of a
Bieat aid and convenience, if she has no
Electric Iron. An EleWic Iron is' like a
regular "pal" ready tof-jpitch in and.
help do things up well, quickly and
County Court Proceedings ,
Monday, Jununry, 20ih, 1019
Doy of Torm.
Court mot pursuant to adjourn
ment ull inoiiitiiM IjoIiik proiont,
when tho following proceeding wore
bird to wit:
In I lilt (VM1NTV cniniT ..r llm
HTATE OP 0HKC10N for KI.AM -
In tho mntlor of APPLICATION of
A Uiithorfonl for nld
It wpmirln. to tho court from A
piiriiuoii or A. I uiiiorford on III...'
A, IllllllVrrOrU Oil IllO.
nuu nisu iiiuuuvii in 1 iiumna "
IIRKUO. tnni A. HUlliDrrord Ls very
. . mi
111 I.HU dm m.u 11 jmrs ui !
and iinnhlo to oaru a llvnhood
prcnenl for hluurjlf &. wife.
It also nppenrliiK Hint ho Is
nrcnont without funds.
It also nppenrlnc to tho Court tint
thrr nrn In neod of nssUtnnco,
It U TIIBIIRKOI IJ IIKHRlir or;.
,,,?.rBia i"1. ,!.'irr,n"t 'J?,h1?1 "0I10.r,,',
fund ho Issued for $20.00 on the,
flr.t of overy mouth until further
ordor of tho Court, snld ollowatica
to brKln with January 1. ll. and
..I.nrun.1 I.. Al.l IN.Mi.lv Pnnr
I) I ml this 20th day of January.
" ". - . . . "- 1
nurrel CrtCsStani? M" l"" M,lt'",r "f ' APPLICATION
Airp'oKomiMK'! ' " KN8Tn0M ' fund,of
Tho following .claims woro allowed
and tho clerk was Instructed to draw
wairanU on tho Oone.rol Fund for
their respuctlvo amounts.
A. Kutherford, "hid county
Kl K. K, Htorv, suppllos quar
Intlno Ur. John . Patterson, serv
Ires coroner tt Health
officer .. . . ..'
First Htatn A Havings Ilk.
safety D.ip. Ilox Kent Co,
Officers . . ...
Ilurrotighs Add Mach Co. Hup-
pilou county ornrus .
tl. K. WolforM, regUtorlng
KlectOM Yalniix precinct .
MiiUe Kllnker Co supplies
5 IS I
Geo, I. Humphrey, Cash Adv
office supplies . .
Chas ImFollette, wltnois Jus
Paul llrlnnsteln, dlgglni;
grave Co. Poor
fitephen llerllhy. juror Clr
O. W. Offluld. Juitlcc Court
C. A. Newman, Justice Court
J. F. Morley. expenses Ulst.
O. K. Van Illper, cash Adv.
Office Supplies .v
The following claims were' allow
ed nnd the clerk was Instructed to
draw warrants on the Road Fund for
their respective amounts.
Klamath Truck Co. 'Borvlccjt
County Truck . ....:.:. . . . 5,00
In the COUNTY COURT OF tho
BTATB OF ORKflON for the
COUNTY of KI.AMATH.
In the matter of Jrif. WKNNKIfan
This matter came on to he hoard
and upon the statements mado by
Kdd Smith who appeared beforo tho
Court In person. It appears that aald
J. If, Wennor Is' an Indigent person
ana not anie to wnrg ono 11, appears
to the Court that the sold J. II. Wen
uer be sent to the County Hospital
for csrn nnd mmnort.
IT IS THKRKFORK IIEREI1V OR
DERED, that tho said J. II. Wenner
be sent to the County Hospital for
care and support.
Dated " this 20th day of January.
R. II. nunnell. Judge,
, llurrell Hhort, CoinmlMlonor,
Asa Fordyce. Commissioner.
GOAST BOYS ,
NEWPORT NEWS. Fob. 19. Tho
transport Mercury with throe thous
and yankee troojvi has arrived here
after a stormy voyage. It hrough tho
Sixty Ninth Artillery Co'rps comploin
comprising, Orogon and Washlngtou
In the COUNTY COUHT of' the
BTATi: of OIIECION for tho COUN-
I) ot Klamath.
In tho mutter of tho Cuniellutloii of
OENKRAL FUND WARRANT No.
It tiiiponrliiK to.lhu Court thnt Wnr-
I""1 "" 0U1T """ tlio uiini of 1104
j "" w ImuuoiI to E. I.. Elliott for Ex-
i i'.?" l" M,"lford ,(,r "'-' County
,;,, .. . .,
' houltnVT.monK. u""1 Warr""1
Il la Tlii.r.,r,.r.. I......I. .. .l. .....1 .I...
t u Therefor., hnn.l.v irdr..,i n.ni
. "inuiWIM IIIJIVUI .IIIIVIIMI lllfll
snld wnrmtit bo nilumi to thu Conn -
ty Otorlc. and lliu County Clerk Is
LcrobV cirdarcil to ruiirn 1 mimn n If
said wiirmnt hful not been iHsued.
It, II. Iluniiell, County Judgo,
Asn Fordyro, Commissioner.
Thursdnv. Jiniiinrv ?nr,i iqiu
wncreupoii uouil adjourned until,
,. . i.unnell Judio
Ilurroll Hhort. Commliwlonor,
ak Fordvcu f'ciiiimlssloiiur
Thuruv J.nunrJ iard iBia
T ?iL ,"S 23rd' 19lJ
v..inri mi'i iuriunni 10 uujourn
ti..,if nil itinmlin.. It..l.iv
nililll lliu lUllvnillK ITUCUUUIIIBB nu
it nppuarliiK to thu Court from
the evidence nt hand that tho amount
Is irf siiiiill and It has hcon mo Ioiik
a time since wild taxes were pnld
nnd that II Is not clear that the
amount claimed by him Is due.
Tho court older that said claim
be and the same Is hereby ciiucelid
aud disallowed In tho sum of CO c.
In the matter of the APPLICATION
of MARK T. 1 IOWA III) for refund
of TAX EH
It nppearlliK to the Court from the
opinion of he Deputy District Atty.
on file that wild clnlm should not bo
Tim court orders that unld claim bo
and thu Bamo Is hereby cancelled and j
disallowed In the sum of I53.ZH
In the mutter of tho AMPLICATION
I Of 4ULTK UTUK1 Ufc.AI.Tl UU
for Refund of TAXES
It appearing from the stntomeiitrt
made liy thu Deputy Dint. Atty thnt
thu said claim should nut bu allowed
Tho court orders that said claim
be nnd thu snmo Is hereby cnncelled
and disallowed, lu the sum of tt lfl
In tho Matter of thu APPLICATION
of JOSEPH KRIZO for refund
It appearing from the statements
mndo by tho Deputy Ulst. Atty Unit
tho said claim should not be allowed,
Tho court orders thnt said claim be
and tho same Is hereby cancelled and
dlsallowod In tho sum of $19.37.
Tho following general fund claims
woro allowed, and tho Clerk won In
structed to draw warrants on the
general fund for their respectlc
Mildred, J, Stowart, refund of
Taxus .... 207.77
I., Jacobs, refund of Taxes.. 12.47
J. J. 8tihcor. refund of taxes 110.4M
In tho COUNTY COURT ot tho I
STATE of OREOON Tor KLAM
In tho matter of APPLICATION 01
MARY MOOHE.for AID.
It nnnearlnr: to the court from ap
plication of Mary Mooru on fllo, nnd
also oral suttemontu of J. H. Angovc, J
that Mary Mooro'ls on aged and. In-1
firm pcMon and not able to oarri 11 j
llvlllhood.ir - v 1
It also appearing that Mary Moore
Is a resident of Klamath County,
Oregon, nnd 1b without property or
credits, and Ih'Iii ueod of assistance.
IT IB THEREFORE 1IEREHY or
dored that a warrant on tho general
fund be Issued for $15.00 on tho first
day of ovory month until further or- j
Her. of tho court, .said allowance to
begin with February, 1. 1919. (Sign
ed) . WheFeupnn court udjournod until
Saturday, Jiinuary 26th, 1919. (Sign.
d) , . .
. It. II. nunnell, County Judgo
..Jlurrell 8hort, Commissioner,
Asa Fordyco, Commissioner.
Snturday," January.. 26th.- 1919.
day of term.
Court met" pursuant to adjourn
ment nil members being present,
whon tho following proceedings woro
had to-wIt: 1
Whereupon court adjourned until
Monday. January 27th. 1919.
It, II. Runnell, County Judgo
Ilurroll Short, Commissioner
Asa Fordyce, Commissioner.)
Monday, JouunryzTin, ivu.
Court met pursuant .to adjourn
ment nil members being present,
whon thd following proceedings woro
Tim fnllowina claims were nllowed-.
and the"clork, wns Instructed to draw ,
warrants on tho Road .fund for their,
Tom Dixon salary Road ,,
master; January, 1919 ....'.. joo.oo.
Southern Orogon Auto Co '
'SuppllosWoud Truck 122ri
Standnrd Oil Co. supplies .1
County RoadB n.sn
C. W. Hansen, error Road
Wiinant no, 8378 14.00
Finnk .Nlcklo, error Road .
vrarunt no. bjs ,...v i.uo
Tim fnliowlmr'clalms'woro nllowed ,
nnd. the cjorjt was Inatructod to draw
wqrrania oa i i.iuiif.""i (!
hali- rnsll.lllv nlllOlints I
Jrehe AndersonT cash advanc- , I
UoWAudaraon, 8gla.ryv Lib-. ,
trfan, January, 1919 r45,00
Mri.'H Anderson iiaTyjnmv ..
tor lilbrary ,v......i.iUi..t.. . 4;O0
CUV Transforj'Co, drayago ,"
(wood i.iornryi r.,r..v- o.uu
Thn following claims were allowed
and tho clerk was Instructed to draw'
warrants on the uenerni runu ror
tholr rospoctlvo ameurtta:
H. A. nond, soaler' weights
and measuroB ..1 5.52
Burroughs Add Machine Co
niachlno repairs, county of
fices 1 16,00
Undorwood Typowrlter Co,
supplies Co. Offlcos 54,25
Mrs. L. U. .Hague, services
District Attorney .,.... 7.G0
Mrs. I;. R. Hague, services
District Attorney ..- ,.. 10.00
Di'T.np H. Hnydon, proinlum
liniiil of County Hurvcyor
City Trniitifar Co expense
llm Liu in III own, ualnry Nurse
poor ftirni, December, 18....
Tho following claims wore
lowed In full, by the court.
J M, Duugun Co. poyinunt on
iii-w court house contract of
$8,000.00 won dlsullowed
Whnioupon court adjournod tin-
February, lot, 1919
H H Ilutinell, County JudKe,
Ilurroll Short, Commissioner,
Asn Kordyce, Coinmlsslonor.
Balurdoy rehr.mry 1st, 1919.
iluy of Term
I Cmi.I m,., Mii.nmnl I., n.llmirn
Court met pursiinut
; "'- "'v.. ,'..... it ,, k ... .ujvu...
' '"f't n'l momboiH IoIiik present
' whon tho following proceedings wore
. llllll tO-WIt
Tho follow Ihk claims wore allow-
l"d nnd tho flork wns Instructed to
jdrnw wnrrnnts on the Ocnernl Fund
jf"r tliolr respective ameunts:
nemo wnnan, wmow s peo-
Mnrv McLnnc, widow's pen
sion . .. .. 25.00
Altlni Dnulnl, widow's peu-slon-
. . 17.50
Rone IC, Keeiee, nldow's pen
i:i In II, Iiurkhart, widow's
pension .... .....".... 10.00
Tonn Hilton, widow' ponslpn 10,00
Cntbeilne Tull, widow's pon-
Ronn Oodnrd. widow's pension 25.00
Lnurn IC. Madison, widow's
.rtiston 10.00 j
Cnrrlo M. Mnler, widow's pen-
Lcoiiii C. Ady, widow's pen
sion . .."" 10.00)
Nnnnln M Cantrnll, widow's
ponnlon . . . . 26.00
Mnrv K. Pen mo 11, widow's
Mnithn SrciLs, widow's pen- 1
Hlon . 10 00
llertha E. French, widow's
Why Swift & Company Handle
Poultry, Eggs, Butter and Cheese
Swift & Company went into the pro
duce business because they saw a
crying need for the kind of sorvice they
were equipped to perform. " ,-
TJtie produce business was in chaos.
Collecting, transportation, preparation
nnd distribution was hit or miss,
with delay, deterioration and loss on
The farmer was at the mercy of an
uncertain, localized market. Ha had
no way of reaching through- to the
people who needed what he was
raising for them. There was no prem
ium upon improving his stocks, for
grading was lax or lacking.
The consumer had to accept produce
that, as a rule.had no known respon
sible name behind it. He had no way
of knowing how long the eggs or the
butter he was buying had been lying
around in miscellaneous lots in the back
1 00m of a country store. ' Much of the
poultry was not properly refrigerated
before shipment or properly protected'
by refrigeration in transit.
Swift & Company's initiative brought
system to this'chaos. Their organiza
tion, equipment, and experience in
handling perishable food products were
already adjusted to the task. Their
refrigerator cars, branch houses, cen
tral points, far-reaching connections,
trained sales force, supplied justwhat
was demanded. v
Now the-farmer has a daily cash
market in touch with . the nation's
needs with better prices. Standardi
zation makes better produce more
profitable. More consumers are served
with better, tresner,
Nothing suffers from this.sav
inefficiency ,' which has no claim upor
Swift & Company
I pension , ...
IB, 00 Madeline Cook, widow 'h pen
sion 21 00 Myrtlo I'olmor, widow's pen-
GU.00 Mary L, Ocrruo, wldow'o pen
Muiy II. Wllllumu, wldow'u
Winona P. North, widow's
Clara Hcnoiiik.', willow pen
Hthol M. Howell, widow's
m... i ............. .........,.. ....
""y "'"""". iuow H vvu.
' fl,on , v. '.'
""' Uohi.-on, widow's
' KXVXVu'TMun '
lAlml'n II Iliirton. widow's
Smith widow's pon-
Junlcta Tollman, widow's peii'
Mnry Kurcra aid County poor
Knto Taylor, nld county poor
Mnrv M. Liberty, aid County
Ellznhoth Gray, aid county
9 F Wilson, nld county poor 1 n 00
Nelllo Wall, aid county poor . 25 00
T J. Oden, nld county poor .. 15.00
J W. Lsthrop aid county
J. W. Lathrop, aid county
Cutberlne E. Spencer, aid
countv noor 20,00
M. V. Michael, aid county
poor -. 20.00
IIECKARD RENT SERVICE
Mglit Phone S4K
1 ""' 11
Herald's Classified Advs.
! PHONE PEYTON for Wood 112R
FOR SALE Monern 7-room bunga bunga
eow: close In. Phone 99W. 18-tf
. : j
FOR SALE Three room house and
lot, four blocks from Main streets
price $600. J. S. Mills, phone 9. 18-3
.FOR SALB-Oang plow, almost newr
tractor clutch: barealn. Address
,,,,-,.. la c,.
this office. 8-5t-
FOR SALE: A-I good paying work
Ingmen's .hotel. Address H J.
nenmann. Kiamatn Kails. is-iof
FOR SALE Sixty head good sheep;
sheep at Holme's ranch. Upper Poo
Valloy. Write W. T. Dennison. 1S-6
FOR SALE OR TRADE F.ine stock
ranch, right in the heart of the
bunch grass 'in Malheur County; 35
bead of good cows, chickens, wagons,
hacks ;all tools go with ranch. Any
body Interested, writer Mrs. R. E
Caviness, Harper. Ore. 3-20t
FOR SALE: 80 acres good land;
fenced; small building; 60 acres
irrigated; $40 per acre; terms. See
L Jacobs. 30-tf
FOR SALE: On H. D. Fairolo ranch,
9 miles from Klamath Falls, 17
tons second cutting hay, $12 per ton;
20 tons first cutting bay at' $1-3 per
.ton. W. C. Burk. 12-5t
FOR SALE 160 'acres Irrigated;
half cash, half city property. X.
Yn Herald. ' 14-5t
FOR SALE Nice 5-room modern
residence, large corner Ipt, 'splen
did, location;' must be, Been to be ap
preciated. Price $3,000. Chllcota
& Smith,-633 Main street. 15-tf
FOR SALE N:ne room modern
house; furnnm; lawn; fruit tree.
Terms, 219 Ie0er,ou S. lt-4t
WANTED To buy span jjood work
mares" In foal by -Jack; weight from
NOTICE FOR BIDS. j
School Board of Dist. No. 1. will
recele bids for wood. Bid on 160
cords of body wood. 80 cords to bo
delivered at Riverside. 80 cords to
be delivered at Central, Wood to be
cut from green, timber, etc. See form
er 1 lda
Or will receive bids on 240 cords of
slalvflr and pine. Bid on fir separ
ately and pine separately, stating
amount ot each to be furnished, Flri
deferred. 120 cords to be delivered
at' Riverside and 120 cords at'Central. i
Certified or Cashier 8 check 5 per- ,
cent ot bid accompany bid. Sealed,
1 marked bids for wood. Bids must be
received not later than March 1,
L1919, .-Address IDA B. VOMYER.
Clerk. - S-lZt
lu the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County ot Klam
ath. Alexander Shive, Plaintiff,
'vs. ' - -Pearl
Shive, Defendant. .
To Pearl Shive, the above named De
In the name of the State ot Oregon,
you aro hereby required to appear
aud "answef'1 .the cqmplatnt filed
against you In tbe above entitled suit,
on or 'before' the 12th day of March,
1919, that being tho day ot the last
publication ot summons and the last
day within which you are required to
Answer, as .fixed 'by the' order ot pub
lication ot thls8Ummon8. It you
fall to appear nnd answer, the plain
tiff will apply to the Court-for the re-
lief demanded in said complaint. Said'
sun is uruugui- iu aogura uibbuiuiiuu
of the .bonds ot matrimony existing
botween yourself and the plaintiff,
upon the grounds of willful desertion
of tho plaintiff by you, for a. period of
one year last past. ind prior to( the
commencement ot the above entitled
suit. This summons is published in
the Evening Herald, a dally newspa
per of general circulation In Klamath
Countx, Oregon, printed and publish
ed at Klamath Falls In said county
and state, by order ot the Honorable
P. V. Kuykendall, Judgo of said
Court, and dated January tbe 29th,
lpl9, the first publication to b made
on tbe 29th day ot January. 1919,
and the last publication theroot on
the 12th day ot March. 1919.
Signed, H. M. MANNINO,
Attorney tor tho Plaintiff.
OiTlce and postoISce address, 409
Main street, Loomls Bldg., Klam
ath Falls, Oregon,
Oall Downing, Blue
WANTED To lcse for yesr. 5 or 6
room house in good locatien: no
children. Notify Herald. 17-u
WANTED- Cabinet letter Me- glrs
description and prlc Addrsss
R M K Herald office 3-tf
AN TED Dreasmaklne, plain and
fanc ssnlng Mrs. A. C, Smith
oer Hrandenbuig's Store. 15-7t
wjKTPn t.'..... ... j :
" -tm.nt. nor .T ,S. "?"" "
;, , , ' "..:."" ' '"""f"'
uuu 'u--"uun, no cnuuren.
1 J; OR RENT Furnished " two-room
apartment, 102 Main. 'Phone 369
FOR RENT Sunny apartments and
housekeeping rooms. Phone 376
or 147 18-3t
Chili Con Carne
ail E. flth. Solicit Home Trade
H. C. SCHLEEF
Phjsiclans and Snrgeons
Office, White Bldg.
DR. a A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Truax
Suit 200, 1. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 86J
Res Phone 80M
Loom in Bldg., Klamath Falls
Crlsler & Stilts bldg, 7th & Main
CITY AM) COL'.NTY ABSTRACT
Money to lunn on real estate at
8 per rant.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician' Surgeoa
Suite 211, I. 0. O. F. Temple
(over K K. K. 8tore),
Phone 8i!l . . "v
(Tho only Osteopathic Physi
cian aud Burgeon in Klsmath
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Dr-Mgncrs mid builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract t balW
any cIom of u building and install
machinery of nny kind.
Druftiuc of any kind done. Be
Prints made. PHONE WW
Offlco iu K. D. Building '
. , ,i.i-n vour building!
Whether it bt large or ""
save you money and annojanqa
Eight ears Architectural Practice
Four er. with Enguteer Cerp
U, S. A.
ir.ir.ri npnnRitT A. POAGS
I Architect and Strnetuxal j,
on. MA Fellows BMsT ' ,'
807 Odd Fellows Bldg.
1.20U to 1,500