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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HATUIUMY, JANUARY lit, 11)20
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iiuy nril Ijirt yba can
HrMIU. 1'iirllpn.l. Yakima. Walla Walla, KlltniburR, Wop
a a rMititotlnn In thn
for Jena monry anywhere.
CONTROL MEXICAN COAL
MEXICO CITV, Jnn 8 (My Mall)
The soft coal shortage In Mexico Is
being blamed on American corpora
tions. According to Excelsior two Am
erican firms have secured control of
SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE COUNTY
CLERK OF KLAMATH
KXUIMT OF WARRANTO DRAWN
Iloads and Highways
Registration and Elections
Sheriffs Office ...!
School Superintendent's Office
County Court or Commissioners....
Court House ....'. !....... ,
Justice Court ;.....,
Coroner , .1
Insane r....u...t ,
Care of Poor, not Farm
Widow's' Pensions - ....
Jail ......... ,.. '. ....
JUTC&itC wPUrt ..... . .,. ttt r""Titiltfttff'trjiiiiri,i, .,. tfftj
AWt JltJDOtQ .Mi.., - .... ,,...,, .,.,
Scalp Bounty TT..: i. 1,625.00
Kealer of Weights and Measures - 60.36
District Attorney's Offlco Js r.....l..;...?i.:.:.,....,..-, 1,417.86
Assessment and Collection ot Taxes.:.....'. .'...: .'. .'. ..- 2.1 80.00
Kabblt Hounty j...t .... ...-y..v.. 696.66
Revolving nodont Fund :..-........'...'. ' 142.61
Revolving Rabbit Fund
Total Number Claims
Tdfal 'Arbount of Warrants.........
' TOTAL :..?. :.'. .v. .'..' , 640,976.45
Court Hout - - - . l-0
lload Fund .V.:..:.I ItlXuiAUti jC0 i.Ut- 49'06I-5?
Itoad IlonarFand :.....t...l-.,-,..l'f -,., 15 " 8.469.Jei
iOotnty Library I .'..! ." 40 'i 502.19
Canti an Hani!, Jnnuury 1st, 1020.
Agricultural College Extension Work , 6
City of Klamath Falls - , ..
ciiy of Ilonanra - .......
City of Merrill
Enterprise Irrigation District
Klnmnth nrnlnncn niKtrlct
Klamnth Irrlgutlon District H:'3S
County Library -, 2,09i-?
School Library 2.16
Langell Valley Irrigation District 9 .00
Now Court Houhq 88'2?'a
Pine Grov) Irrlgtalon District ,. 542. 90
Road Fund 21'iSH?
Road Ilond Fund 94t2S2,?J
Road Hoiid Interest Fund , t 3V
County School Fund 24S195J
Stato School Fund I "J523
ShaBta View Irrigation District S2H2
Trust Fund - I5,"'8, .
Willow Valley Irrigation District - 1Jj
School Ilond Redemption IHSj'oS
Special School Districts .t;' 29.661.S7
Totul Cash on Hand
HIIMMAHY SIIOWINO FIXANriAL
Accrued Intorest 25,584.83
Cash on Hand
Current Kxmuih FuiiiI
Outstanding Warrants...? 2.34S.03
Cash on Hand
Totals ... 2,348,03
Outstanding Warronts....$ 4,208.11
Cash on Hand
Totals $ 4,268.11
Itonri Ilonil Fujiil ..,. nn
Outstanding Honds $347,704.00
Outstanding Warrants.... 2,047.42
Cash duo on Donds not
Cash on Hand '
Totals , $349,751.4
New Omit House Fund
f'nuti nn Tlnni!
Llablllles in oxcess of Resources January 1, 1920
Stato of Oregon, County of Klamath: bs. , '
1 C R DoLap, County Clerk of tho abovo named County nnd Stato,
do ho'rob'y certify that tho foregoing is a true nnd correct statement of
tho number and amount of claims allowed by tho County Court of said
County for tho six months ending December 31st, 1919; on what account
tho sumo woro allowed, and tho total amount of wnrrants drawn, and the
amount of outstanding and unpaid warrants, ua the Bamo appear of record
'"witness'iny hand and the seal of tho County Court of said County, this
Qlot .It.v nt .TnnunrV. 1920.
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in Imforo you py for It
rnlurn If you ura not atlnid.
w,,h ,h """1 wi of W.ihln.
forthwot for tho lot JO yura,
" a cannota.t m aocdseed
Chiui. II. Lilly Co.
tllo principal mines In Coahlilla and,
1 during tho coal famine In tho slates,
! exported a grent part of their output,
thus causing n scarcity In Mexico.
Just arrived at tho Itex Cafo, not.
Imitation but tho genuine McxIcHn
stylo chicken "Tumales".
and ho convinced.
O.N CURRENT KXI'i'NHE FUND.
, . 393.80
.". :....... 17,832.56
CONDITION OF KiaMATII COUNTA'.
$ 23,815.73 $158,722.92
$341,280.64 ' 8,470.78 .
C. R. DELAP. County qiork
I)y Eftm Garcolon, Deputy.
MFATQfRAP HC MAQH -JP .J Murphe Feed & Seed Store
II08TON, Jan, 2 1.- Boston Is jirc
pailng to alter somu ut Its most cher
ished historic features to meet the
demands of modern conditions. Small
strips are to bo sliced from llo.iton
Common, training ground for troops
In Revolutionary days, and urcuiUng
of tho tower of tin O ri South .Moet
Ing house;, where tho famous "tea
parly" was hatched, Is contemplated.
Traffic problems, acute In this city
of narrow '"cow-lane" streets, In each
case are responsible.
The paring of tho Common on two
sides of Its 4 3-acre area ha been
sanctioned only after tho overcoming
of long-standing opposition by tiiow
who held that no considerations of
modern lovelopment should disturb
this revolutionary landmark and pro-
sent day bieathlng space In tho city's
centor. Several years ugo the voters
turned down a proposal to shrink
tho common In order to swell the
streets. But In tho recent city elec
tlon tho voters In nil but two wards
ilnclnrnil In favor of widening tho
streets from Common lands. The two
wards which opposed the plan are lri
Charlestown, csat of another historic
shrlno, Bunker Hill Monument.
Under tho plan, which is a com
promise arranged between the street
vcorrfmlssloncrs and the Boston Com-
mon' Society, Trcmont and, Boylson
streets, which bound the Common on
(wtT'df Its sides, will be widened to
n'rh'axlmnm of 43 feet Instead of 50
U".'60 feet as first proposed. This will
be accomplished without sacrifice of
greensward or trees, as the cut will
be made from the broad malls, or,t,he
C''mmon. The. compromise plan car
rie'd with It an. agreement that po
further Invasion .pt the Common
would b made.
Boston Cbmmbn was bought Jn
1634 by Governor Winthrop end 'Oth
ers a a' common cow pasture and
training groundj and was one of sev
eral such tracts of communal lands
and planting grounds. Today it is the
sole remainder of 'these ancient com
mons, other holdings having passed
Into private hands. i
H was on Boston Common that re-
vnhitinnarv soldiers drilled; from Its'
'.limits ot Park Square, then the Back
'Bah in"fott -as well as,n name and.
pow "made land"," tbr Briusn start
ed for Lexington on April J9, 1TT5.
n .k.'Kmmnh thn British mustered
.u.i. .-,... in uttnck Bunker Hill'
men w..o w - -- v
and British artillerymen set -.their
guns on Flagstaff Hill du-lug the
selge of Boston. Colonial cxpcJItlmw
ret out against Loulsberg and QueHc
from the old Common, pnd Massa
cliuseits regiments assembled thlr
urior to going to the front in thc
Tbo proposal to cut Into the Old
South Meeting Housp which was
bulll in 1729 t'j obtain partial relief
fiom traffic rongestion on ashing-1
u7n btifpts, is still under eonsiapra-,
tho Cld South Association, guard lam
of the edifice, fell In wlt.i the plans
under certain conditions and tne
street commissioners reported in fav
or of tho change. The conditions n:im
od by tho association, however, In
cluding a demand for payment for
the property, which is 'n tbn sctlon
ii 1 icroet valuation, havo delayed ac-
Wilder tho plan tho main part of
tho church, In which the colonists
worked out plans for the 'tet p.irty.
and which was lator used by tho Bri
tish as a rldlrig school during the
slego ot Boston, would not bo dis
turbed. Tho tower whlcl. juts out
(some, twenty feet from tha front of
tho edifice, would be arended to pro
vide a passage for foot traffic, the
btreet line would be extended to run
flush with tho lower front and tho
sidewalk moved back to lead directly
to the arcade. An additional 20 feet
of street space at this point would
enEO considerably the crush of traf
fic in the bottle-mouth of Newspaper
TEXAS' OIL LINE IS
READY TO OPERATE.
GALVESTON, Tex., Jan. v 24.
Since completion of n new oil dock nt
Texas City a regular lino of vessels
Is to bo routed to that port to carry
crude oil to north Atlantic and for
eign ports; it Is announced. Threo or
four vessels probably will comprise
Tho new dock Is COO feet long and
hns a capacity for loading vessels of
nearly 20.0Q0 barrols of oil an hour,
Tho oil is transported to tho new
dock through pipo lines lending dir
ectly from the oil fields.
T. R.'S BIRTHPLACE
NEW VOItK, Jan. 24. Tho birth
place) of Theodora Roosevelt ut 28
limit Twentieth street, Now York, Is
to bo restored ns nearly an jiobbIIjIo
to Its condition In 1858, according
mo ornciaiH or mo women s Roose -
volt Momorlal association following
a recent coniercnco Jierc with Tlieo
date I'apo (Mrs. John W. Riddle) tho
architect having tho plans In charge.
An adjoining house at No. 20 haH;
n,l, ,jeen Purchased and both truc-
- llu"" w' romooeieu 10 coniorm
to the architecture of tho tlmo of the
former President's birth. They will
have brownstono fronts and mansard
roofs and tho Interior of No. 28 will
be made to resemble tho boyhood
home of the great American. Old
mantels, chandeliers and furnlturo
will be put back In place and child
hood friends of tho Colonel will sup
ervise tho decorations.
A Roosoveltlan library consisting
of his books of rugged outdoor Ufa
and Americanism and other writings
and published speeches will bo placed
it) the house at No. 20. Many other
volumes tho Colonel liked to read
and dealing with many phases of hu
man knowlerge will be placed on the
According to the architect's plans
tho top floor of both houses 'will bo
utilized for an assembly hall, suitable
for gathering of Bay Scouts, Camp
Flre,GIrla .or, sfmllaVjpalflolIc or
memorials' Intended to rse ea",an
Institution "for the development of
sturdy, old-fashioned Americanism.
Membflrt of i the committee x baying
the project In' charge lnclude-cMr.
Frederick Nathan, Mrs, Janes. .R;us;
sell'ParsonavMra. Henry L.rjtyt'mson!
A WfsefWood. Mrs. William., Ctftla
Mrs. .John.-,. Henry
tf"1 T ..-J J
. 12 '
' " ' "ARE FOR JAS.'OERARD.
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ilUTTE, Mont., Jan. SS.Mention
of Governor SamV. Steartof'Mon
fana for the democratic tlce-presl-
(ientlaiiiomlnatlon, has received imr
petus'from the boom befdn 'in'thls
elate'' for James W, Gerard for-presl-
de'nt. 'Mrs. Gerard Is a daughter of
the late Marcus Daly ot this state.
imd the Qerards frequently Vvislt,-, the
Tbirliy ranch In the Bitter Root,
'""Governor Stewart has not.,saId. he
trlll"be"ft candidate for -vlce-presi-
ueni oui iuub xor, oe nas smuieo
his supporter to drop the use of hll
'fit me? ';
HIS second term ends January 1,
l?21.He has said that he will-not be I
a canuiuate ror re-eiection.
,,SSA FRANCISCO, Jan,
f6ring .a substantial lunch
faring .a substantial lunch for 20
cepts, a cafeteria here In an adver-";
tlsement contends Its plan of organl-
7tlnn and onerntlon solves linth the
high cost of eating problem and the
v",. ,, ., ,,,- ,,,, ,,
e ho ,J
cnaso it at par value. Twenty per cent
(he proma are'dl.tribuled each
month among the employes. u.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THtt
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
In the Matter of the petition of tho
Board of Directors of the Langell
Valley Irrigation District bf Klam
ath County, Oregon, praying that
all the proceedings of said Board!
nnd of said District providing for
nnd authorizing the Issue of the,
Bonds of said District may bo ex-t
amined, approved nnd confirmed
by the Ceurt:
To the Lnngell Valley Irrigation Dis
trict and to nil freeholders, Legal
voters and Assessment payers
within said District:
Notice Is hereby given that the
nbove entitled couit has fixed the
hour of 2 o'clock p m. of Friday, the
27th day of February A. D. 1920,
and the Court Room of the above
entitled court In the city of Klam'
ath Falls, Oregon as the time anl
pinco ror me neanng oi ine iiuuuuu
of the Bonrd of Directors of the Lan
gell' Valley Irrigation District or
Klnmnth Countv, Oregon, praying
that all proceedings of said Board
and of said District providing for and
authorizing the issue of tho Bonds of
snid District mav be examined, ap
proved nnd confirmed by the Court,
which petition hns been filed with
the Clerk of the Circuit 'Court of tho
State of Orogon for Klamath Ceunty:
" AnV person Interested' may at any
time before Fridav. the)'27th day of
February A. D. 1920 riYpear and con
test the validity of such proceedings,
or of any of tho acts, of things there
This notice is published nursunnt
to nn order mndo bv the Honorable
D. V Kuvkondnll. Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the Stnte of Oregon for
Klnmnth Countv mmlb'nnd entered
iiiw-i the 22nd day of .January, A. D.
' a' R. DELAP. Clerk Circuit Court
LLOYD U. DFLAP. Deouty Clerk
of tho Circuit Cnur of tbo State
of Ornron for Klnmatli County.
HERALD'S CLASSIFJED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
to FOR SALE--Lot 7, Ulk 27, First JIotJciTY GARBAGE When you want
' ""'" ui".iun m nmnniui tana.
S'"' M' ' N,90e' Sedro Mejr'
- - .
FOR SALE Modern G-room house;
ru" basement; lot T,T, x 140; fruit
"ces ami nerries. Phone 433, 22-28
FOR BALE) Plastered 4-room house,
largo lot. In Mills Addition! Phnnn
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
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FOR HALE Cheap, ono truck,
phono 58. ct
FOR 8ALE A big bargain ncw7
passenger, 6 cylinder touring car.
Call at 124 Sixth 8t. 21-27
Will sell my Nash Six SDeclal now.
See H. Martin, 802 Oak St.
FOR SALE A light cak 8 drawer
flat lop desk In excellent condi
tion. Inquire Herald offlco. 31 tf
Let me figure on your building. No
Job too small, none too big. Thos.
Johnson Contractor & Builder, 201
Michigan Aye. 17-28
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. 9-tf
PHONE PEYTON- for wood. 187
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A CARELESS saver Is
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iir "" c IHiiH HDliOSEilnl " -I
p"i " nrnrf fl fffl I . liT"1 I
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-for- he expects results without having to- scrimp and
sacrifice. The result if-i-hes disappointed.
If you're going to save--why do ii in the rinht way by
Void of . SAVINGS, ACCOUNT'here at the First Ntionl
Bank. ..." t ' V ' ,.',',,.
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ffeFiRsf National Bak
$ FIGHTING, HOOKWORM.
' SYDNEY, Jan'. 24. Dr. Sawyer, of
the Rockefeller Institute has begun!
jn active campaign against the hook-j
.worm, disease in the state of Queens
land and expects to continue ltfor
five .years. ,Part of the expense Is
borne by the Queensland government.
Just, arrived at. the Rex Cafe, not
Imitation but 'the Genuine Mexican
style chicken "Tamales". Ttv nnn
and be convinced. " ""it
During inventory time we found we were over
stocked on several-items, consequently are going to
offer them to our trade at the' following low prices
until we get stock- down to normal. ,
no. 2 tins Sauerkraut-.solld
No. 2 tins solid p'acfcHora'lny, per can 20c
No. 1 tins pack, "pardgps, 18c; 2 for. 35c
Tomato, Spanish, 'Hot Sauce;. 2 canB. , 15c
1-lb. packages Folgers.Japan)Tea,
Petite Jrunes ; perlb.....,,? . ia $ 0
Choice Dried Peachast!per llU , sac
4 ten-cent packages Stor Na'fliitha Wns'hlng Powder , 85c
1 largo package"Bwlfy'Washh; Powder , 23c
. wf- i,WiHftl.i' . V k
ii . rj st
v Have you tried'vt; Bennett Seedling Apples?
There's nothing tMb.qu'al. Phone your orders to
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ITtrlTi 'M vLimll
Garbage removed phono 91. 11-tf
Wo mnke n specialty of ilro, llfoi
ond accident Insurinrn. Phone (l and
we'll do the rest. Chllrote & Sm h,
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Furnished, 2 or 3 room
apartments. Phono 80R. 23-24
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Three yearlings, branded 82
on left shoulder straight crop off
each ear one gelding, yearling black
colt, branded 82 on left shoulder
Rcward.-.Notlfy H. J. Tlchnor, Lan
gell Valley. 20-2C
LOST At the depot about train
time Sunday a small bill folder
containing about $70.00 In bills and
photograph of owner. Reward If re
turned to Herald office or Phone
WANTED Position doing general
housework. Box W. Herald." 23-25
WANTED House work to do one
'day each week. Phone 223W
(WANTED A 'small second hand 2
1 wheel push cart. Inquire G. C. Her
ald office. 6-tt"
, J t
almost .worse than a no-saver,
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. 3..-JIJ B
Demorcst, Dcn'lst, , over
man's Store, 6th and Main.
A. M. Collier. ViceiPrealdeBt
'John M. Moore, Vice-Presideatt
"Leslie 'Rogers, Cashier
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O.-.0.rF.fhall, 5th and Main streets.
Hyman'Weschler, N. G.; W. C. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, L O
0.F,; meets Tuesday night of eack
weeK atl. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North,
C P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
Back. 18c: 2 for V. svfc
worth 65c; per lb 48o
U1UA. WV11U, muni mviuii vj, m4mm iimwii (JMlKLINS
126 South Sixth St