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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
KIMIIAV, AVWKt M, ,n
BAD BOY IS REWARDED I
IN STOPPING PRINCE
VARDS TURN OUT
HKr.ORADK. Sorbin, Auk S.- The
professional had hoy of a local or
phannpo a lad of twolvo pars saw
the antomobilo of Pritico lieRent
Alexander standing In front of the I
Serbian Military Hospital the othrr
day. When the Prince appeared th
bor told him
SAX FRANCISCO. Auk. S. -TIio
throe Pacific coait states of Wash-
"I'm an orphan, hut 1 don't want iniuon, Oregon .mil California will
to stny nt the orphanage, t don't Rett have contributed 3,721,!24 dead
enough to eat. and besides I don't
want to be a shoem-.iker.
weight tons of ships nt tho close n
tho 1919 building irogram according
The Prince asked the boy to come ' to the approximate figures given out
to tho palace The next morning hero today by tho I nlted States Ship
Just after breakfast the boy stole ping) Hoard. In all, 472 ships will have
away from the class In shoe-making been added to tho American merchant
and went to the royal offices. He marine since the Intensive war time
demanded and wan given an audience. shipbuilding began to "bridge tho At-
In tho afternoon tho Minister oflntlc" In the battle waged against j
the Court reported to the directress I the German submarines.
of the orphanage that the boy! Steel and wooden ships to the mini-
FBI 12 PEOPLE
SAUtAMKNTO WOMAX SAYS TA-1
I.AC madk hi:k ki:i:i, i.iki:
had gained the roval favor and would
be sent to tho officers' training
JIOLWD OVKIt TO GRAND JURY.
ber of 31S with a tonnage of 2,33ft.
986, Is the estimated production of
Washington and Oregon shipyards
from the beginning of the war to tho
completion of tho 1919 program. Of
I these 245 are steel and 73 of wood.
In California the total tonnage of
steel vessels to bo constructed to tho
EUGENE, Aug. S. Martin Clark i
was bound over to tho Grand jury to
day after a nre'iminriry henrlnir
charging him with tho munlt-r of 'en1 of 1919 ,s U92.53S. Of wood
Koad Eunervisor Tavlor who . en ossels' constructed or under con-
shot to death In tho mountains while structIon' CalltraK8 contribution
on a hunting trip with Clark.
Is 2S with a total dead weight ton
nage of $177,000. Concrete ships are
represented by 15,000 tons.
"It certainly has paid mo well to
stick to Tanlac, for five bottles have
really and truly mado mo feel like
n new person," said Mrs. J. W. War
ren, wife of a well known Southern
Pacific railroad man, residing t till
29th streot. Sacramento. In telling
of the benefits she has, derived from
tho medicine, recently. Mrs. Warren
was born In Sacramento, She !ias
always lived hero and has a wide clr-
clo of devoted friends.
"At the time I began taking Tan
lac," she continued, "I was so nerv
ous and weak I could hardly get the
children ready In thb morning In
time for school. I had an awful tlmo
with my stomach for several months
and was all run down In overv -
I had no appettto nnd what llttlo 1
did eat would ferment nnd bloat mo
up until I was mlsorablo. Thero was
a heavy pressure around my heart
alt the tlmo with terrible pains that
mado me so faint and weak that I
could hardly get thru with my house
work. I was In such a bad condition
that I could hardly hold out to go
down town nnd do a little shopping, t !
was so wonk and run down thnt I
At. P. GRAHAM
Upper Klamath Lake
The launches "Spray" and "Oak
land" will run excursions every
Sunday, leaving the mail boat
landing at 8 a. m., allowing five
hours at Rocky Point. Fare $1.50
from landing for round trip. Bus
leaves Western Transfer office at
7:30 a. m.
Calkins & Hamilton
Ladies' & Men's
, " MADK TO ORDER
BE8T OF WORKMANSHIP
PKRFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very renKoaable
Tour Inspection Invited
51 Main Ht.
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey. Cain..
sand and gravel pit. In any qunntltv spent about nil my time on the porch i
that may he desired by contractors nml tho ynrrti hoping that would
and builders. ' . , .,,, , ,ri,.a
Ill-Ill Hilt ,im,, ---. ' ...... - !
tired nnd nervous and feel that way '
"My husband norsuaded me to tr.
In the Circuit Court of the State of T.uilac after reading n testimonial
Oregon, for tho County of Klam- from n laily who hu, hl,cn roiPPd f
Enterprise Land and Invos'ment ,rouW" ,ra"nr to m,1,c ,Jh' flr"
Company, a Corporation, Plain-, two bottles dldn t seem to help mo,
tiff. ! much, but I stuck to It, thinking It
vs. n.uFt ho good or so many wouldn't ,
Alexander H. Miller. A. H. Miller, sav it nn(, Mciued them, nnd after fin-'
and the unknown heirs, legatees . ..... ,,., , ,
and devisees of the said Alexan-' lsh,"K tho t,,,r1 bott, m Improvr-,
der H. Miller and A. J I. Miller; ment was very rapid. My stomnch l'iw ,
George Nurse and Kate Nil 'so, his rot lven me n i.artlelo of trouble I
wife, and the unknown heirs, vinco I finished that third bottlo and ,
legatees and devisees of tho said , . cntlnB lls, Miythlng and over--.
George Nurse and Kate Nurse;' , , -. ., , . , ., . '
Kate Hatton; also all other per- thl"K- l am not l!' ,,"t wt norv,I,1
sons or parties unknown claim-1 any more and havo more strength
ing any right, title, estate. Hen than I have had in months Why, Just
or interest in the real estate de- vesterdav I mowd the lawn, both
scribed in tho complaint herein, j t nmj ,)ack am, Bt00(, ,t flllp ,-asf
defendants. ,. ., .. ,
To Alexander H. Miller, A. H. Miller,' Sunday, after spending the day at I
and the unknown heirs, legatees tho park. I cooked dinner for twolv
and devisees of the said lexan people. Well, when bed tlmo onnio. '
der H. Miller and A. II. Miller; admit I was tired, but not the 8-'--George
Nurse and Kate Nurse, his . , , , b , f ,t ,b ,
wife, and the unknown heirs, .,.,,., , ,
legatees and devisees of the said "r(1 fcoIIK ,hnt ,nakps ono lip ,,mv"
George Nurse and Kate N'jifio;inm) sleep llko a child and not ti",
Kate Hatton; also all other per- kind that makes on fool weak, tmrv
sons or parties unknown claim- nlIf am restless Whon I welched
Ing any right, title, estate lien , , k , , , ,,,,,
or interest In tho real estate de- , , , , , , ,
scribed In the complaint herein, Poinds nnd havo g-.lned nbnin
defendants. that much more hj this tlmo. An-wn'
In the name of the State of Ore- I have Improved so much tlmt i"
gen: You and each of you aro here- friends aro oftmi spoaklnc of It '
by required to appear and answer the
don't havo that wearv look In mv
rnmnl.itut fi!d nirninqt vnn In thn
i above entitled suit on or before tho pv,'s nor tImt ,IO,1 worn nut f"",n"
ninth day of August, 1919, being the nny more, nnd I am more cmi"'"1
last day of the time prescribed in t'an. I c.an put Into words for whnt
the order for the publication of this Tanin(. j,pS done for mo."
summons, tho first publication there-' . . . . . t-imlV, rii i.
. .i .i. oi. a . t i Tanlac Is sold In Mnmnth F-1U v
1919, ati U you fall so to appear tne star DruK store and In Lorelln
and answer for want thereof the by the Japies Merc. Co. Adv.
plaintiff herein will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for in
said complaint ,to-w!t: A decree of
GERMAN'S WILL STRIVE FOR
Tho only way It can be done
Is through tho liver. That
drowsy, tired feeling, eo
often experienced at this
season, Is duo to impurities
In your blood. Such impur
ities are the result of an In
Nyal's Liver Salt
will make the liver perform
Its work properly and expel
all impurities from the
Lift ott Uornsi
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
KLAMATH FALLS OKEOOM
WhCC PftTICM MOPIC
UY Tncift PAU49 Q2I
this Honorable Court for the plain-. TRADE WITH LATIN-AMERICA.
tiff and against the defendants, de-
clarlng that the plaintiff at the time
of the commencement of this suit MEXICO CITY, Aug. 8. Tho Ger
was, and now is, the owner In abso- man government Intend to dcoo
lute fee simple of the following de- a rreat portion of ils comnur-iul nc
8CUbeArLVrre nTone-balf "vlir to a revival of Its trul, re.a
acres of Enterprise Tract No 40 t'"n8 wIth Latin-American cjuutrles.
n. Enterprise Tract No. 38A, En- according to communications Just
terprlse Tract No. 38B, tho north forwarded to Mexican officials here
nine acres of Enterprise Tract No. ,,.. Arthur on Magnus, representative
37, Enterprise Tract No. 41A, En- , ,. -,., rnmo. i "tv
terprlse Tract No. 41B, Enterprise of tho German Kovernment In Mex
Tract No. 42, all in section 34, ! He asked for complete Informa
township 38 south, range 9 east, tlon In regard to the demand for Ger
W. M Klamath County, Oregon; man products hero.
riuerprise jruci io. on, ino west
two and one-half acres of Enter
prise Tract No. 33A, Enterprise
Tract No. 33B, Enterprise Tract
No. 35, Enterprise Tract No. 36,
Enterprise Tract No. 43 ,and En
terprise Tract No. 44, all in sec
tion 3, township 39 south, range
Oregon, according to the dedicat
ed plat thereof dated March 19,
1907, recorded In the offlco of the
I County Clerk of Klamath County,
State of Oregon on May 4, 1907;
subject to any mortgage Hens and
other liens now existing against'
said lands in favor of the Klam
ath Irrigation District for water
That any and all adverse claims of
the defendants, or any other party
or parties, in and to said lands, ad
verse to this plaintiff bo determined,
and that the defendants and all oth
er persons or corporations bo forever
enjoined and debarred from assert-
liif nnv flnfm whatonnvav In an.l tn
said lands and premises to this plain-
Plaintiff prays for such other and
further relief as to tho Honorable
Court may seem meet in the prem
ises. Thlfl Rltmmnnc la atvtA hv nnKll-
cation thereof in the Evening Her
ald by order of the Honorable D. V.
Kuykonuall, Judge of said Circuit
Court, dated Juno 26, 1919, requir
ing mis summons to be published
once a week for at least six consecu
WILSON S. WILEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
27 4 11 18 25 1 8
Willi our fingors! Yoi cm lift off
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween the toes, and tbo hard si In cai
Iui'ch ficii- bottom of feat.
A tiny bottle of "Frouzon j' iosIb
littlo at any drug store; apply a fuw
drps upon the corn or callus In
stantly it stops hurtlug, then iliortly
you llfo that bothersome corn or ial
liu rir'.it off, root and all, without
oiia Mt of pain or soron.uj. Tru'.y!
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Speed and the
price of Meat
Forty-eight hours after cattle are
purchased by Swift & Company they are
hanging up as meat; within two weeks
the fresh meat has been sold.
This speed means money in the
pocket of the one who raises the live stock
and of the one who eats tfce meat. It
means a rapid "turnover of capital and
investment making possible the trans
action of daily business on a narrower
margin of profit.
Speed permits Swift & Company to do
a successful business on a profit of a frac
tion of a cent per pound.
Such speed, with its rapid turnover
and smaller- profits would be impossible
without the efficient organization and
wide scope of Swift & Company, the results
of fifty years' experience in handling rheat.
Do you believe that government inter
ference with the complicated and efficient
machinery of the packing industry can
be of any benefit? Experience with
government regulation of railroads and
telephone and telegraph might suggest
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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f SWIFT & COMPANY
rROM IIK SAIEOI MAI
AND BY POO0UCIS
at ccnt ispiu row itie
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OPCNU! AND paeioxi
Z.O CINII BCMAIN1
Notice to Subscribers
Under authority of the Postmaster General, on account of
recent increases in wages to employes, totaling for the State of
Oregon upwards of .25,000.0u, certain changes in exchange
rates have been approved and made effective July 29, 1919, for
the State of Oregon.
The changes in rates apply particularly to residence service,
changes having been made in the principal business rates
May 1, 1919.
All new business taken on and after July 29th will be at the
new rates, and bills to present subscribers for the month of
August will be rendered at the new rates .
The increased rates will yield an annual revenue upwards of
$250,000.00, but as the increase in wages is upwards of $225,000,
the net return to the company under the rates now made effective
is approximate 2 per cent on the valuation of its property at
$13,464,000.00, as found by the Public Service Commission.
The new schedule of rates is identical with the one approved
by the Postmaster General for the State of Washington, which has
been in effect since March 1, 1919. The rates are the same in both
states for exchanges that are comparable.
We believe that no proof as to the advanced cost of living and
the general high cost prevailing for labor and materials is neces
sary, and that the telephone using public will accept this increase
in rates in the same spirit of fairness and consideration as it has
the advances in almost eveiy other necessity in these unusual
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.