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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WATER OF PECULIAR VIRTUE'
Trouble With Philadelphia Visitor Wai
That He Didn't Understand Just
How to Use It. i
NEW YOKK. Doc 29. The yenr
soon to begin will bo ono not only
of unprecedented importance In the
effect It Is bouml to have upou the
future participation of women In nil;
fields of human activity, but It will
possess a peculiar Interest associat
ing It with the past, for it will In
clude the centenary anniversaries of
the birth of an unusually large num
Iter of women whoso lives and
achievements were of profound Influ
ence upon the social, moral and ln
tellcctual progress of the age. Many
of these will be the subject of Individ
ual comment as the centenarr dates
occur, but the list Is so Imposing that
a brief glimpse at a few of Its lead
ing features in the aggregate seems
of interest at this tlrao.
The year will bring the contenary
of Susan n. Anthony, who has beon
called tho greatest woman reformer
the world has ever known. As n
young woman Miss Anthony nlded
In organizing the first woman's tem
perance society. Later she participat
ed in the anti-slavery movement and
during the civil war she was an or
ganizer of the Womon's National
Ioyal League. At the close of tho
war she took up tho cause of woman
suffrage. The course of Miss An
thony's work after this time Is a his
tory of the whole movement for bet-
Harry N. Taylor, president of tho
Xiittminl Coal association, said In
"It takes nn optimist to look at tin'
Ituntlon hopefully nn optlmNt lll.r
Klttonlieuse Ws'.nut of Philadelphia.
"Itlttenlmuv Walnut. In the dnys be
fore Philadelphia got n niter plant,
laughed heartily one evening at n
friend who complained that the Phila
delphia water was too muddy to bathe
"'Why. my boy,' said Itlttenhoue.
'our Philadelphia water Is the bet In
the world for bathing purpose. Why,
It beatH Marlenbnd.'
" 'Hut It's so muddy.'
"That's the point.' said Illttenhonse.
FOB EGYPT IS
IT L N
WASHINGTON, Dee 2T Great
Britain's Plans for establishing n
constitutional form of government In
Egypt nro set forth In an official
statement made by Karl Curzon, llrl
tlsh Minister of Foreign Affairs
which has been received hero. Ob
jects of tho Mllnor Mission which
'It's medicinal mud. full of phosphates Kl)0S t0 i;Kynt to arrange tho pro-
and calories and 'things. Tonight you j .,., ... -.,,.,, nre described
try a Philadelphia water bath, n good
long bath, and you'll feel like a new
man. Let tne caution you, though, to
use no towel 1'
"No towel T sneered the other. 'No
"'No, sir; no towel," said Kitten
house. 'Just stand before the radiator
nnd let the water dry on you. Then
brush It off.' -
IRREPARABLE LOSS TO WORLD
Treasures of Louvaln Library, De
stroyed by the Hunt, Can by No
Possibility Be Replaced.
The completeness with which the
famous library of Louvuln was de
stroyed comes out In the report of
the American committee which has
been visiting the ruin with a view to
building a new library of Louvnln,
which Is to be the "free gift of the
United States." Some of the walls, pil
lars and buttresses remain standlug.
tering the legal status of women; its,anj even n-tuln their carvlugs and
complexity makes a summary itn-l sculptures, but tho Idea of rebuilding
practicable: the general results are! the library has been abnndoued. Of
uie contents or tne i-ouvuin nurnry
nothing at all Is left; the few volumes
matters of common knowledge. Miss
Anthony continued her active work
until her seventieth year, when age
compelled her to relinquish the lead
ership of the National Woman Suf
With the world war still fresh In
the public mind particular Interest
will attach to the centenary of Flor
ence Nightingale, "the angel of mer
cy," who will always be remembered
as the greatest nurse In history. In
Miss Nightingale was found that rare
combination of heart and brain
which makes the ideal nurse. By
means of her winsome personality
and marked executive ability she dig
nified the profession of nursing and
raised It from the makeshift employ
ment of the degraded or Ignorant up
into the realm of the fine arts.
The sixth of October will bring the
centennial anniversary of the birth
of Jenny Lind, "the Swedish Night
ingale," whose popularity as a sing
er has nevr been eclipsed. Many per
sons still living are able to recall the
success that attended Jenny Lind's
triumphal tour of America In the
early '50s, under the direction of the
late P. T. Barnum.
Literature contributes among oth
ers the names of Jean Ingelow, the
distinguished English poet and nov
elist; Alice Cary, who with her sister
attained fame as .a writer of poetry
and prose, and Anne B, Warner, a
sister of the more famous Susan War
ner, and herself the author of many
There was also Fanny Crosby, the
famous blind hymn writer, who spent
the latter years of her long life In
Bridgeport, Conn. She was the au
thor of more than 8,000 hymns
which have been sung in the Protes
tant churches through the world.
Heading the list of famous women
of the stage who first saw the light
in 1820 appears the name of Laura
Keene, the celebrated actress and
manageress, whose name will ever be
aisoclated In history wlthhe assass
ination of Abraham Lincoln, for It
was to see the popular light romedj
actress in "Our American Cousin"
that the President attended the thea
tre on the night of April 14, 18CS.
that were found still rctnlnlng their
shape crumbled when touched. Aside
from the thousands of volumes that
can be replaced the ruin contains the
ashes of at least a thousand manu
scripts that were priceless, because It
would be Impossible to replace them.
There were, one mny admit, more
widely Important things In the world,
for example, than the two autograph
manuscripts of DIonyslus Curthuslen
sis, but Louvnln was proud to possess
those specimens of his handwriting,
nnd nil the wealth of the United
States cannot give them back. Chris
tian Science Monitor.
Last of Catapoolas Dies.
Down around Cottnge Grove. Ore.,
the old-timers are only discussing what
they remember of the Calapoola Indian
tribe. The last specimen of the tribe.
Sam Fern, went to the happy hunting
grounds a few days ago and the peo
ple at Cottage Grove are wondering
what will become of the land which
the Calnpooia tribe was using. Some
of It Is exceptionally fertile land. The
tribe got Its name from the range
of mountains in that vicinity, or vice
versa, and the Calapoola were always
a peaceful band. This tribe went
through the great fire which swept the
coast range about a century ago, when
the only way the Indians could save
themselves was to remain In the rivers
for several days. The fire was so In
tense that the water became warm.
Calapoola Indians declared that the
wild animals also fled to the river nnd
wolves nnd deer paddled around to
gether In perfect harmony. Portland
Artist vs. Photographer.
Early In the submarine campaign,
one of our boats was given a coat of
camouflage, and when the vessel sailed
from Its pier In the North river, New
York, the owners Kent a photographer
two or three piers down the river to
photograph' the ship ns she went by.
He took the picture, writes A. Itussell
Bend, In his "Inventions of the Great
War," but when the negative wns de
veloped, much to his astonishment, he
found that the boat was not all on the
pliite. In the finder of his camera, he
had mistaken n heavy band of black
paint for the stern of the ship, quite
overlooking the real stern, which wns
painted n grnylhh white. The nrtlst
riml tYiulcil flio nliritn"r.nnli(p nnd fit n
Education will be represented in distance of HOt morc tIinn 200 or a00
the list of centenaries by the name yards.
of Anno Jemlna Olough, tho foundor -
or Newnham College and a noted i
worker for the higher education of
women in England. ,
Representing tho world of art Is I.
Might Break Something.
"Haw, hnw, haw !"
"What's the Joke. Hiram?"
"There wuz n feller through here n
tho name of Eliza Pratt Greatorex.i Rpo11 ,mck trjl"' t0 Kel1 L1 IjL'eKura
the Irish-born American artist, who J10 "7" --"
was the first woman to bo elected as- ., ,, , 8torl6s j ,)Car ure truc
fcooiato of tho National Academy of Llge's got a gallon of corn Hcker bur
1'CHlgn. led about every twenty feet on his
farm, with Just a little dirt on top, ho
Among tho most unique stamps in ho ran got at It without much trouble
tho history of tho world aro tho em-' "hen th' spirit moves him. As Iqng
orgency postago htamps printed by"s Ugo is In his right mind you
tho niw republic of Esthonia. The ,oul,1't Brt him to run ns heavy n
only stocks of paper on .hand in Es- ,lln " ", Vm,r..0V?,r, '"? T a"'8
,,.., ,..,,,,. . I too durncd fertile." Birmingham Age-
thonla were maps left behind by the Herald.
general statr of the Gorman aymy.
In the statement.
The British Foreign Secretary an
nounces that it is tho Intention of tho
British government to establish the
largest measure of self-government
for which Egypt Is believed capable
at this time. Ho stales that tho Mll
nor Mission Is not authorized to Im
pose a constitution on. Egypt but
rather to study tho sltuatlou and con
tor with tho native loaders.
In part, Earl Curzon's ntatomont
'"It was In 1914 after we had beon
compelled to declare war upon Tur
key that tho British protectorate ov
e: Egypt was declared. So far ns this
Icing Intended or Indeed regarded at
the time as n high-handed net, aim
ed nt tho suppression of Egyptian
liberties, It was decided upou by Mr.
Arqulth's government ns a much mil
der and more generous policy than
that of annexation, which nt Hint
time wns strongly advocated by some.
Cyprus, which had long been admin-l-trred
by the Colonial office as part
u.' the British Empire, was annexed.
But tho opportunity of Incorporating
Egypt In tho Empire was deliberate
ly, and I think, wisely rejected be
cause It wns Intended, In a wide latl
P. de of opportunity which the form
ulae of a protectorate affords to give
free scope to the political aspirations
nil the self-governing capacities of
the Egyptian people.
"I need hardly clnborate tho reas
ons for which Great Britain Is com
pelled to Interest herself In the poli
tical fortunes of Egypt, nnd is unublo
to give any encouragement to the
claim of completo national Independ
ence. Quite apart from tho fact that
Egypt, If left to stand alone, could
neither protect her frontlors against
external aggression nor guaranteo n
strong or Impartial government nt
home, her geographical position at
the gate of Palestine, at tho doorway
of Africa and the high rond to India
renders It Impossible that the British
Empire with any regard to Its own
security and conditions should wash
Its hands of tho responsibility for
Egypt Is of course primarily an
Egyptian interest, tho good govern
ment and tho prosperity and happin
ess of Its people aro the highest con
sideration. But It Is also a British
interest of capital Importance and I
suspect that there nro fow who would
deny that it Is also a world Interest,
and that the world Interest Is best
secured by leaving Egypt under tho
aegis of n great civilized power.
"But within these boundaries Is n
wide and amplo field In which tho
Egyptians aro Invited to participate
and must as time passes on, partici
pate In an over increasing degreo In
the government of their country. Wo
recognize tho legitimacy of these as
pirations. Wo desire to provido for
their satisfaction. Tho progressive de
velopment of self-governing Institu
tions In Egypt Is an Ideal In which
they may share with us and wo with
them. It is not to be thought of that
i:i:t rnti.v notice or
iii.imi n.u. Atror.vr
In the County Court'of tho State of
Oregon for Klitmnlh County
tu tho matter of the Entntu of,
William Whltlock. Deceased
Notice In heioby given that I have
filed ht.v final account and report as
Executrix of tho Lust Will and Tvt
anient of William Whltlock deceits
ed, mid that the ahoui untitled
court has fixed upon 2.1I0 P. M.
Saturday tho 10th day of January
li)20 as the time and tho County
Court House of Klamath County,
Oregon In the City of KlnuinlH Falls,
In said County, us the place when
and where any person may present
any objection or exception to any
thing done by mo it Executrix of
said Last Wtll and Testament, and
at such time and place the above
entitled court will finally pass upon
and settle said account.
Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of William Whlt
FOR SALE Real Estate
I Hi 21
""'" "I She
FOIt SALE Our nploiiitld five-room!
limine, num, giuwml mid ncrooned
lu sleeping porch. Now plumbing,
wIiIiik and electrlo light fixture.
Ilulll tu furniture. llanommil with
front-proof cold Htorago. Imvu, fluo
trees, excellent view. Now chicken
Iioiihu and 21 pullets. Fluent Kardnii
noil. All for $3,100. A. W. Poll, lot
FOR SALE MUccllnneou
Mrn. Ilohart Fry, Tonenor of Pi
ano. Tel. 273J. 30
NOTICE OF 8AI.K OF HEAL
In tho County Court of the State of
Oregon for Mnmnth County,
In the Mutter of tho Estate nnd
Guardianship of Albert Hopkins
Pierce, a Minor.
Notice In hereby given that, pur
suant to nn order of tho above un
titled court, made and entered on
the tith day of December. ID 10. I,
the undersigned duly appointed,
qualified and acting guardian of tho
estate nnd person of Albert Hopkins
Pierce, a minor, will, ou and alter
10:00 a. tu. on Saturday, tho 3rd
day of January, A. I). 1920, at the
office of II . M. Manning In the
Loomln Building, Klamath Falls,
State of Oregon, null at private
nalu to tho highest and best bidder
thorefor cash In hand, Gold Coin of
tho United States of America, all of
the following described land and
real estate located and situated In
Klamath County, State of Oregon,
The south 14 of tho northwest
14. tho east 14 of the Southwell
li nnd Lot 3 (otherwise known
ns tho Northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter) of Section
two In Township 3f South Itnnge
Six, Eust of tho Willamette
Meridian, and nls,o nn undivided
one-fourth lntorc.it In and to tho
southeast VI of tho nouthwest 1
of Section 35 in Township 34
tiouth Itnnge C, east of tho WII-
Terms of nnlo shall bo purcliaso
price cash In hand, bids to bo In
writing, and shall be loft with thin
guardian at tho office of her said
attorney II. M. Manning, nt tho ad-
dross aforesaid abstract of title
shall be at tho expense of tho estate.
Tho nnlo of said premises shall bo
made subject to confirmation by the
snld County Court.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Orogon,
this 0th day of November 1919.
(Sgd) AGNES PIERCE,
Guardian of the Estate nnd
Porson of Albert Hopkins
Plorce, a Minor.
S-1G-22 29 S.
The biggest kind of a bargain In
an Up-to-date ntifo In now available
nt the Klamath Vnlloy Wnrohounu
and Forwarding Company See thin
at once If you waul to pick up a real
WANTED Woman to wnnli, Iron
and clean onco a week. Now houno,
nmnll family, electrical convenlencen.
Phono 20411. 12-29-19
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.".vi'iimiil Chile. ., alK""" tnt
'1'ilnrto & Smith
." " l''i'"forliili TTTT
, luriiinii,.,! room pw . , ." ,
i ..lira nt llornhi Office. ,i!J
WANTED Woman for hounework
In the country. Modem houno. in
quire Herald office. 30
WANTED Three uowshoyA at tho
Herald Otllco. ll-tf
STItAYED Onu while reached
inane homo weight about 1GU0,
brand "I. ou left nlioulder, shod alt
1 1 llt v
I itll 1 I', I I lllldu
men In the b.wi ..i.i ..1 :Y..nlrJr "
tlielr mart on th r linZ n. B,wt
Tliu all round tr.l, fto ffi?"1
nt who guide tin, deMlnuVof h.
blKKent pjibl.cauons of 'coun trr
I he Herald h,i ii op0,,inK f,,r , ,.'
Porter and will Kvo Vil.J . 1
preference Tim position I , $ ta
nr young , wno ,, actlre. M,h,
able to gather noiva nnd write gZi.
Duiuorunt, Duiitlst, ovur
man's Store, Cth and Main.
MADAM IOINA, Palmiit-
WorldV (in-uli".! l'liminloKUt,
Piilmlii nnd Medium.
Beads your entire life past
present nnd future -correctly, j!
lug unities, datcn and flenr,.. in ,..
SuKur.1"".'1"' '"'" Uw' "inrrlugo anil dom-2-tf
' c ,r"u,llr,', To,lH 'u bat ou
u iivm muiiUMi 1Jr anii wnat to do
to butter your condition! la life.
Thin lady rundn your hand at you
would nn open book A reading b;
her will tui-et your hlghont expedi
tions, and ou will ho wiser and
linppler, after consilium; her, the
having tho Klft of removing alt oil!
Influences and pluclng you In an en
vironment of happy thought and
contentment. Ite.nilliiKs: Sunday and
dally, 9 a. m to 9 30 p m. Located
nt Itoom 1, Moore Itoomlng House,
1313 Main St.. between llrn.nl and
Anyone wlnhlng a Itoxnll (the old , Spring Streets, one block eat of
reliable) calendar can secure ouo at White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls,
the Stur Drug Store. 'Ore 1-18-20
WANTED A good roll top donk. In
quire Herald office. tf
Try Sllvur Thhttlo Syrup at nil
WANTEDA good heutor.
SL'IT IX KQI'ITV FOIt IH'CIU'I
OF mVOUCK HL'MMOXH
Equity No. 1113
NOTICE OF FINAL SLTTIXJIKNT
In tho Circuit Court of tho Statu of J "r " ' , , ,, o
Oregon for Klamath County. S?"" ,r l' ?..,'.' ,LL
Franco Gertrude Wlncholl. Plain-";'' r'Lu"S '. Z
tiff, vs. James Howard Wlnchull,
To James Howard Wlncholl, tho
above iintnud defendant:
In tho inline 'of the State of Ore
gon you aro hereby required to tip
appear and nunwer the complaint
tiled against you In tho above en
titled null, on or before Monday, tho
Sth day of January, 1920, Unit be
ing the day of tho last publication of
summons and the lunt day wlthn
which you are required to answer,
us llxed by tho order of publication
of thin summons. If you fall to ap-
Annual Election Enterprise Irriga
Not I co Is hereby given that tho
regular Annual Election will bo hold
en Tuesdny, the 13th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1920. within tho Enter-
liflun fprlrrnllnn l"ilu t visit nf tiM n tt n t It
f'niintv. flroirnn fnr tlm nnrnnan nt Pear mill ntinwor, HlU plaintiff Will
electing ono membor of tho Board of Ul'Ply to tho court for the rollof ile-
Dlrectors of said District, and to do- "anneu in sum compiai u. om hiiii
ib orougui to nocura amnoiiuion oi
the homlH of matrimony uxlntlng be
tween yournolf and plaintiff.
Thin HummoiiH In publlnhed In Tho
Evening Herald, a dully newnpaiier
tormfne whether a certain contract
Is to bo mado by tho Enterprise Ir
rigation District with tho United
States of America for a water right
for tho lands of said Enterprlno Ir
rigation District, whoreln tho maxi
mum amount to bo paid for said
water right Is to bo sixteen dollars
per aero for each and every ncre
Irrigable within tho boundaries of
said district, and tho proportionate
part of tho annual operation and
mnlntennnco cost of tho project
works used in convoying the wntor
to said district.
Tho polls to bo opened nt 8 o'clock
on tho morning of tho oloctlon nnd
to bo kept open until G o'clock In
tho nftornoon of snld day.
Tho Hoard of Director hnvo spec
ified tho following polling nlnces In
said diHtrlct for wild election;
The resldcnco on tho Old Vnr
nor Itnnch, known ns tho John
Smart plnco, Hltunted In Section
2, Township 39 South, Unngo 9
East of tho Willnmotto Morldlun.
Given by order of tho Board of
nt..,..,, .i... -,.. ... t
a race like the Eygpt.ans Possessing--,- J .ay
In Nn it-ma Mnilbn i lilfrll lllHlIHA Ami 1 . .. ..
comnor, a. i). l'Jiv.
BUUHELL SHOUT, Prosldont,
So tho now republic cut up the maps
nnd used them as postago stamps
Jlricks nro tho most durable of
Luildlng material. The British Mus
eum contains sun-dried bricks taken
from Ninoyah and Babylon.
A record probably without parallel
is thnt of Simon Gratz, who for fif
ty years lias servod on tho Board of
Education of Philadelphia.-" "
"Jonesy's military training has cer
tainly fitted him for mnrrleTl life." "
"When his wife hnuls him over the
ronls he stands nt attention." The
"Does your employer, ns alleged, live
In melancholy sequestration?" '"
"No, sir; lie lives In the suburbs." '
In Its upper ranks a high culture and
historic memories should bo content
with a role of paaslvo subordination
InUho administration of their coun
try. 'It will bo tho object of Lord
Mllnor and his colleagues, In consul
tation with tho Sultan and his min
isters nnd representative Egyptians
of all classes, to dovlso tho detnlls of
a constitution by which nil thoso par-i
ties shall bo nblo In their sovoral
spheres and In an Increasing dogren
to ro-oporato In tho management of
Egyptian affairs. British nsslstanco
nnd British guidance will still bo ro
qulrcd. Nor will any of thoso who
havo followed tho history of Egypt
for tho last forty years and scon tho
astounding advanco that has been
mado under our auspices question
tho necessity of this supervision.
"Lord Mllnor's mission Is not go
Inu out to Egypt with a constitution
In Its pockot. It intends to consult
all parties beforo It ovon forms nn
opinion, It is not nuthorlzod to Im
pose a constitution upon Egypt. What
Jt has to do Is to undortako tho pre
liminary work that is necessary bo
foro tho futuro form of government
G. .1. niLLYAUD, Secretary,
C. W. MILLEIl,
Board of Directors.
CATTLE HTAItVIXG IX
' SHVEItl' UTAH WEATHEIt.
SALT LAKE CITY, (Utah), Doc,
29. IJnlosE thoro comes n docldod
break" in tho weathor In northwost
orn Utah, thoro Is apprehension of
grnvo Iobs In sheop and cnt'tlo, ac
cording to Dave Thomas, elilof de
puty United States Marshall, who' re
turned horo from n tour of tho ro-
In tho vicinity of Kolton, lfiO cnt
tlo already havo died of starvation,
according to Marshal Thonins and
In tho Curlow Vnlloy many shoep
hnvo run out of hay.
Notice In heruliy given (hit the
undernlKiied has fllml in tho County
of his Administration of the Estate
of Alexander Cheyne, deceased, and
said Court has fixed January lOtb,
1920, nt 2:30 1'. M., as tho time, and
the court room of said Court u the
plnco for tlio hearing of said Final
Account and for tho settlement
Dated,-Decomber Cth. 1919.
Alex B. Cheyne, Atlmlnlstrator,-wlth-tho-WIII-Annexeil
Estate of Aloxandcr Cheyne,
NOTICE OF BOND SALE '
Sealed proposals will ho received
by tho Common Council for the pur
chase of one Ihhuo of City of Klam
ath Falls Improvement Honda oi
J 31.74 0.0 9 authorized by Ordinance
k', j bo for tin, linnrovcnitnt oi
printed nnd published at Klamath I EIGHTH Street from Hlsa Street
Falls, Oregon, by ordor of Honor- Lnniinriv to Prospect Street, LIN-
t.i - ir ,,' - - ,ii..i.ii. Ctnaat
iiiiio u. v. ivuyKOiiiiaii, JUiigo ot sain
Court, and dated November 21st,
1919, tho llrst publication to bo mado
on tho 24 th day of November, 1919.
nnd tho last publication thereof outurH(ctionH
iiiu uui nay oi January, i'j.u.
II. M. MANNINO
and WM. GANONO,
Attornoys for Plaintiff.
P. O. nnd IIiihIiiohh Addronn. Loom
Is Building, Klamath Fulls, Klamath
NOTICE TO CHKDITOItH
COLN Street from Kigmn o.
easterly to Ninth Street, nnd JEF
FEHSON Street from Llglitn bireei
eantorly to Ninth Street, inciimu-b
'' . ..!. ttnnilv
Propona b to purennso "- -"--will
In) received by the unf""W
up to and Inrludliig t bo 29th day
?nCM of ' sa d "councinn.med.ately
.i ,...- a,.iii iiiinils nro
WHML'iUU'l. , .. vnflrg
when iniiiieii, "u '"" ' ,
nfi..r diito of Issue, optional
alter i aio m i' "; .,-.
'..'.. .1..... , mi after ono jear,
I'll UHlll nun.- , . . .( niv-
bearing InlowHi nt six per; cent, Py
nhla Homl-nnniinlly. l"c'Pl " n
terest payable nt OrcBon H"
iiiaii j-iiijiuniiiB i" i" i,i i,v ter
,i..i..L.wintnni nnd aei-oiii panlcd II),1",
win, iw,.,.. ........ -
Nollco In horoby given
tlio uiidorslKlied Iiuh beon
nnnolntod AilmliilKtriitor-wlMi-tbo- tilled check for
, ., ....... . . .. ".:: -'.. ...... .. ..-..ntn
iviii-niuicxeu oi tlio I'.stnio or amount m jiir-- .in-n
. i.. xt,.. VMi'If l;ItV.
Agency "'" "--,,,,, i)0 un-
Proposa n in l' .''-':";,. cer-
pcr cent of
Hy order Co
Susanna Leach, deceased, by tho
gon for Klamath County, and all i Police .ludgo, City of
porsons iinving phi nis iu;n list said wroKini.
Estuto nro required to present
saino to mill Administrator nt tho
law oIIIcoh of It. C. GrooHbock,
Klamnth Falls, Oregon, within six
months from tho date hereof .
Dated: Docomhor 15, 1919.
L. L. BltOWNELL, Adiiilnls-trator-wltli-tho-WIll-Aiinoxod,
tho Kstnto of SiiHiinnu Leach,
Best yot. Horuld Want Ads.
Wo make a tH''"' ' '."iii'i.iud
uo'll ilo the icxt. hll"" rt
Sap has arrived. Ask our sru
A Gorman manufneturor has put
on tho market a "sorlnl bosom" pap
er shirt, Moroly by tearing off a
shoot of tho paper bosom tho wonror
of tho shirt can show a frouh clean
front ovory day.
.nil it m
W it T
Want Ads bring results.
Have an Oil Heater
t take off the eldll wl.cn Jt
too warm to havo I lio r e
o the WW
""'.... mnito or
toad to bo froo iron i - the
smoll. I'mit m ; 00 to
,)rotty as a l-"""'narBn.
family havo colds
ROBERTS & HANKb
.122 Mala SL