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THE EVENING HERALD KLAMATH FALLS,. OREGON
THURSDAY, JANUARY 29. Jf0
tini't t f-f-
n inmrirn wjidiiiiiia;
m parted by
u THE SNEAK "
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aad accopt n loUUtioa
t Miss Loulso Helen Colmrn, entity's
College's first woiuim trustee, U ono
'of tlio lontlora of the Malno Woman
j Suffrage UB.Hoelntloni
P Nino members of last yenr's Unl-
Lverslty of Pennsylvania football, tonm
111 bo missing from tho Pcnn'squad,
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ortnnn to snow cause
In the County Court of tho Stale of
Oregon for tho" County of
In tho' Matter of tlio, Estate, and)
Guardianship of Frank II.)
McCornnck, Jr., n Minor. )
It appearing to tho Court from
tho petition tills day prescntod and
' filed by Frank II. McCornnck, guur
dlnn of tho person and estate of
Frank II. McCornack, Jr., n minor,
praying for an ordor to soil, at
prlvato snlo, tlio following described
ronl estnto, bolouging to said miner:
An undivided two-tlftooulhs Intorcst
All of lots 1, 2, 10 and C south of
tho following described lino, to-wlt
Beginning at n point GG8 feet north
of tho northeast corner' of tho SB '4
of section 7, township 38 south,
range 8 east of Wlllnmotto Meridian
tltonrn went 2 Gil feet to a stont
marked with a cr6ss at tho eantarl)
end of the cross dlko botwoon Wocus
nnd Caledonia Marshes; thence south
24 dogrees west 100 feet; thence
north 00 degrees west 1000 feet;
thonca north 24 degrees oast 200
foot; tbonco north 00 degrees west
no feet to contor of cannl or stream;
thonco northorly along contor of
canal 10X) foot; thence west to the
west lino of lot C said township; also
lots 3, 14, 0 and 8 nnd fl'j of 810 "4.
section 7. Lots 3. 4, 5, C, 7, 8, 0
nnd 10, section 8. Lots 4, (i, 0, 7 nnf
B'j of SMVi. soetlon 0. HV4 of SWVi
soctlon 10. NWVi. nnd IoIh 3, 4, 0, 10
nnd 11. section in. Softlon 10. N
SBU, E',& of SW'.i. NWVi of SWV4
,niul lot 2, soctlon 17. N'j of NK'i
iBEVi of NEW, NEtf of SHVi. and
'Hots G, 0, 7, and 8, section 18. NB.Vi,
jNBVi of NWVi. NVi of BEVi, nnd
lols'C, 7, 8, 0 and 10, soctlon 20
-Section 21. W, lots 2. 3, 4, D, 0
7 and 8, and SV of NB; nisi
rtill thnt pnrt or lot 1, section 22, anc'
1 that, part of lots 2 and G, soctlon If)
-KWhlch llos west of tho following lino,
, to-wlt, boglnnlng nt tho northeast
corner of lot 3 of said soctlon 22
s thenco north 143G foot to the centoi
' of tho "Neck"; thonco north 38 do-
,groos Dl minutes west 4145 foot foU
lowing "Nock" to Intarsoctlon ol
north nnd south contor lluo of soc
. tlon 1G, soctlon 22. SWVi of SWU,
soctlon 23. All of fractional 'section
t 2G oxcopt lots 1 and 9. W'i, SEVi.
WVs of NE, SHVi of NB, seo-
ijtlon 20. Section 27. NEVi, NB
'of N,W4, nnd .lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 0, 7
. nnd 8, section 28.- Lot 8, soctlon
1 29. N6 of NEVi. 8WM, of NEVi,
I'NW'i, EV4 of SBVi, soctlon 34.
' ,WW of NBV4. SEVi of NB4. Bli
Mof.JJWU. B of SW, and SEU,
w soctlon 35. Nli of NE. and W.
' soctlon 30, all in township 38 south
t of range 8, oaBt of Wlllnmotto Mori-
' , dlan, Klamath County, Oregon. .Also
N of NEVi, nnd SW'A of NBV4.
' section 2, township 39 south of
by a woman!
Riches and Rags
Pelican Bay and Shipping
One or four
25c each additional
Rex Cafe. Phone 77
WANT TO SELL?
If you luivo proporty for Bale, toll
us about It, nnd wo' 11 toll It ovor nnd
over iiituln to tho otlior follows. If
your nrlco nnd terms nro In lino with
tlio murkut, uq shall vory likely bu
able to make 11 Halo. Come, In nnd
tnlk It over.
CIULCOTE & SMITH
H.'M Main rhoiio 00
.'Women toncliors in tho public
schools of Hamilton, Out., liavo boon
granted n wngo Inert caso of $200 a
rango 8 enst of Wlllnmotto Morldlnn.
Also nn Interest In a certain dlko
and tho Sand on which same Is lo
cated, described as follews: llegln
ulng at tho quarter section corner on
the oust lino of soctlon 7, township
.18 south, range 8, oast of Willamette
Meridian, thonco north CG8' toot,
thonco west 2021 feet to a stone
marked with a cross, which stono Is
tho placo of boglnnlng; thenco south
24 dogrees west 100 foot; thonco
north 00 degteos west 1000 foot;
thenco north 24 degroes east 200
feet; thence south CC degrees oast
1000 foot; thoncd south 2i dogrees
west 100 foot 'to placo of bQglnnlng,
insofar as same pertains to tho lands
of Wocus Marsh, abutting on tho
jouth, ns thQ snmo appears In n cer
tain deed of conveyance oxecuted by
1'urcy M. Collier, Executor of tlio
stnto of H. P. McCornnck, docoased,
to Hutji Stevenson Addison, this
miner and ethers, on August 23,
1017, and recorded in Hook 47 of
Deeds, pago 331, Klamath County,
Oregon, all of said propel ty being In
said county ulid stnto.
That It Is expedient nnd for tho
best Interest of tho estnto of said
minor that said Intorcst In said roul
astnto bo sold, and thnt tho samo bo
disposed of nt private sale.
And tho Court being fully advised
In tho promises,
It Is hcroby ordered that tho noxt-of-kln
of said minor, nnd all per
sons interested In said estnto, appear
'lofnro this .court on tlio 7th day of
'obi'iiTy, 1920, at tba hour of 10
t'clodc n. m ot said day, nt tlio
ourt room of this Court, nt Klamath
'nils. Oruiity of Klamath, State of
Oregon, then mid there to show
iniisu why nil order sbould not I re
trained for tho snlo of ,snld real
It Is furthor ordored that n copy
if this ordor bo publlshod oncb, u
vook for four successive and con3o
lutlvo wcoks. boforo tho said day of
hearing, in Tho Evening llorald, n
ally nowspapor of gouornl circula
tion, printed mid published nt
Klamnth Falls, Oregon.
Dated this 7th day of January,
It. II. DUNNEIJj, Judgo.
Stuto of Oregon, )
County of Klamath.) B8,
I, p, 'It. DoLap, County Clork nnd
Clerk of the County Court, in and
far Klamath County, Stnto ot Oro
Kon. dp horoby cortify that the fore
going copy of Ordor to Show Cnuso
ias boon by mo compared with the
original anil that If Is n correct
transcript thorefrom and ot the
whole thereof as tho sumo nppoars
on, filo and of record In my ottlco
nnd In my custody.
In witness whoroof, I havo here
unto sot my hand and affixed tho
ical ot the County Court this 7th
day of Jnnuary, 1920.
(Stml.) O. It. DELAP, Clork.
8-1 C-2 2-2 9-5
UOMK, Jan. 1. (fly Mull) Italy
lirfs emerged from thO'witr-wlth rt
Rtcnlor population thanslie hud be
fctu, though with it corisiilernbly le'
naioil nuiiibur of man. This Is duo to?
(be Addition of 2,000,000 by tlio I'pM.iy, lrtlli.nicntary teaotary to tlioiKOU HAMO--480 acres improved
htnratlun of Kalian territory hero'
toforo under Austrlnn rule and to
tho high birth rate which, It Is ostU
muted, kept tho population up to III
rormnl of 30,000,000, dospllo the I01S
or 500,000 by war, 'j
The trend of the population to-
ward tlio cities U great but perhaps
lint greiitor tlmn In other Uuxopecn
countries. Munition yo'rkSw.nnd war
I'.nustrlfi ot nil sorts nttrngtedjnbcrr ,
which show no disposition Jorturn'j
t( the farms and .villages. Many fam
llieu which boenmo rich during the
wnr Jinvn moved la the Important rlt
ks and any spending, tholr money lav
ishly for luxuries, Ono . nuwiy-rb'h
family In Home hung nn entire npart
nunt) Including the servants quart-
cr wUh elabornto tapestries and puf -
ehn'Pd soven pianos.
Tho population at Milrni Ms
rrown fiom 599,000 In 1911 to 750,-
000. (louoa has Jncronsed from 2."0,f
0(0 to 300,000. Naples had C88,01q
n the opening of thd war nnd now
him 80,000. Venice was In danger
during so much of the fighting thnlj bo ablo to cat us much tt3,tlioy had
It was deserted temporarily' by mucliMn tho year before the vravx- ,,
or Its population nnd is no largpr P'r. McLuriiy understood that, tho
now than it was boforo the atrugrdei requisitions from .r-ancq, Telglum
brgnn. Florence grow b.ut little dur- end Italy ot present nmoupljqd.to Jiq-.
Jnr; tho war nnd was loss affected between 400,000 nnd COO.OOp Jons. n0l
l l.o world Vrlols thnn nny .other large, did notice wlioro tpyworq going to
Tnrniito and Spozln
Italian nival bases hnv
markedly. .Taranto hail about 70.00D
inbbltnnts in 19M and -It now htii
180,000. jAU tho 'Allied fleets' Renter
11 M.l 1 1 tiiifvOf1cf nrennflltt nnd
naval supply Works have been greatly!
Increased. Ten years ago Spozla hod
rnly 7,000 or 8,000 Inhabitants. It 'is
n w a city ot 100,000.
Tern!, nn IndUbtrial city located
rr.:.y miles from Home, hns grown in
ten years fron n city ot 9,500 Inhnbl
mi la to .'i4.000. It has creator waUr
p wor than any olhor Irylustrlal rity
nt 1tnlv ' if t
The first womnn dentist over gra
duated In tho United Stat03,wns sent
out by a Cincinnati! dental college
shortly boforo the commencement xf
tho civil wnr. tr' '
In Persia the marriage ot first'
cousins is the-favorite union.
I Invented the Tiro
Sole Idea U. S.
Patent No. 1077110,
November t, 1913.
. Tire Soles
Bring us nn old,
wont tiro ilte
we'll cover t
with a Sturges
Tire Sole mado
of new, live rub
ber, with heavy
non-skid tread 1
and you'll hayo
the equal of a
new tire, which
looks liko this,
Storgei Tire Soles re
duce your tire expense
one ha'-f. We apply
KLAMATH RUlJhEU &
1120 Main St. Phono 301
OT OF rMw FQRALahJAb
iilai'" rtU 'TaJ.CT1! -r? J rir&V
I.OHUON, .Wn.10.(Tly?iMali. -
1 ' j
Tho shortaifo. In iiroducllmi of food.
cnii .nd liv the wnr-, linmnni. TnLttinfii
- .-.,., ,.
nindo-fidrtd, and is not likely to bo In
Hie noit yjm, say.1 Charles O, McCur -
Thy wheat .cropi In exporting, WoStbrook. Phono 4C7W, Klamath
countries bad run down while the Palls. 27-3, 1
demand for when! Jn tho Importing!..:... ,',,, . . - n4' ,;, , ,; ,
countries was up,
ho declared. Tliatl
J was largely duo to thp-fncl that crop3(
in central Europe woro. greatly uim -
Inlflbcd. Ho predicted that tho next
year would bo tho most crltjcnl sJneo FOR SALE! Miscellaneous'
tho t:ornmonconionfc,ot tho war with! AVWJWWWUUj !
regard to supplies and prices of bothfr'on. HAMS A big bargain now 71
butter and ohooso. The dairy product,! passenger; C cylinder 'touring can
of Australia would bo, much, ,below
t'.io noimol owing to drought.
There ,wns no prospect, of the
world'.? supplies of .sugar bejnff In
creased, ho saidt ( !
As regards mcat,thprq was 4. sur
plus In tlio country at tho present
j time but It should not bo .inferred
fiom this thnt thoro would bo no,dlf-
i f.eiijty as legards the meat situation
In the coming year. In Kurppo, riwing
to the ravages of war, tho meat pro
ducts would bo,down by about 3.00Q,
000 Ions, It was cydent,t ho said.
that tno poopie of .uropo would not
E01 ll "ul ll wn, eviueni mat 11 pco-
tho two grcntjl'lo of this country got so much, meat)
liavo developed ! they needed they woulilonly hav' " c
d about 70.00D, It hecauro t10 mst of Kuropo Van';H
hungry nnd to a largo extent would
bo starving. ' ' ,
At tho present tlmo, however, thoro
" a Bhlt of meat in England and
duilng the next two or thrqO months'
It would be arriving at n rata nt
which It would, bo difflcplt'to dispose
of It. There was a serious risk of, a
large proportion ot those cargoes go -
ng bad owing to Inadequate cold
I WEATHER RECORD
" Hqrcaftery the Herald will, publish
'tiro mean nnd maximum tempera
tures nnd precipitation record as talc
on by the U.. S. Kcclamatlon. service
station. Publicatjon will cover tio
day previous to tho paper's Issue, up
to C o'clock of that day. , , . ,,.
Max. Mln, , Precipitation
21. 40 24, trace
32, , , A"! ,.
31, , .1, traco,
37, .. traco. .
o7-, 7 .
JUAREZ, Mox., Jan. 29. Ship;
monH ot cattle, lumber, silver bul
lion, green coffee nnd otlior Mexican
otpotts during tho last quarter of
1919 from Juaroz totaled $220,159.
according to figures jutt complied by
13, A. Dow, Amorlcan consul hero.i
Of this amount, there woro ship
ments of' 2,5f4 hqad ot eattlo, valued
t $72,402; 0,5!)C.H00 feet of white
plno lumber, $03,273; ir,7S3 oppces
otBllvor bullI6ni ?10,00Q;i nnd 02,
7S4pouuds of groen 'coffee, $16,GC3.
Coal Is cheaper In Chlun.than any
where plso In tho world., 1
ARE GHOSTS REAL?
: :N "THE PHANTOiM
The Most Unusual
Romance ever tdld
1 uiiiHia-prioi on JoireMon?itrjot, fetipplles. Pioneer Printing and Sta
two;,0drii li(iiitip $800: Sdveh;jroomil6ricry'cbnii)any.'12C Mriin St. -tt
iVawrwJ,nouocjpso, JU, JJZ50! lot.r
j Vnii.Oilflt. i.iiM LU.UW.AM ;a...ij
(Ai KoUriFiASti Lfto JJ((ckfrom ffcourt-'.
: " .l.'sW -v.l V.k "',vV'., ,.W"T
Hr '422.f , t , j '.' i 28-29
l f. t.rl.r .,: ,i.t,1 ...,.. a
I ". .m.v. .. lit,"" i. flimyii, 1
tanenrn. rrn.'ils' .1 linnil nt ImrartA. lturr
"&52"7. Z" ',"'?,? '!' " iJ,',l
bargain. M. h. Nloco', Sedro Woolley,
'J'"'1V' ial.lI Ktt IktlHIlMLH 1'Uiin,
i vnsn. 1 zz-zs
Call 121 Sixth St.
F,pt SALEA six cylinder Oakland
.tar In' good condition,'' 'tiewly
painted -C phssdngbr. A bargain for
some one. I)r O, F. Demorost..P. O,
Mlox ?07. office Pliono 470. 27-3
FOU SALfi A light oak" si drawer
flat top desk, In cxrrltent condi
tion. Inqulrd Herald office. '31 If
FOU SALE r, n V Fairbanks &
Morse Gasoline engine fir will trailo
for sinnller ono. W. II. KItts, Dairy,
Oregon, ' r 24-29
FOU SALE Groceries, flour and
feed at low,prlces why pay,jnor7
Spot Casli, rias.kct Grocery. 822-824
Klamath Avo. '27-31
- -- - '-irnnnTrirvirvvUvifiJVxAf
CITY GARBAGE When you
Garbago removed phono 91.
Host yet. Herald Want Ads,
'wAA jaaWaaaa.aatJ ( ,
DEFT AND PROMPT SERVICE
is a feature of .this restaurant ,The minuieVou'f
enter you are our guest,
- of a first-class 'establishment at your command;"?
I he hnestfood, the most
and,, the most courteous' -
; ahdwesurelfVill.MvethVrpleasWe'of '
iricr vhiihflpn ' t -;
f"servingJ ybiibf ten.
a 1 f"
M"; - :"i - - i"i - i - c - - K - - - - -
In' France the oxen 'thatr' work in
tho fielda'ar? Tegularly suug to as an
DiijiouraTOiiicnt to " oxertlon;' ahdT,fto
peasant has tho slightest d(5ib't' but
that the anim'Als''llsten to hlnf with
, WOMEN ARE
IXE-milcht ,saw that women
f,ilo .fnr tlincn wlin
.VF" ' ---T---T-B J?"- Tji !n
hqro'ntJtliq.'Firat National generally keep them growing.
Woj,ilipl'Jiito..tlev patronage 'of m omen whether
'lho.WfnirVieif,onWs)V household' brittle 'accounts'-
! (S Up'Mvtciulciav to ninko
r - . ' 1;;?,
. J E. It. .nemnpsPfesldcnt,,,,, ,.A.
r tr . - t' -n A,vJI, collier,-Vice-President u 1 l.
ifttvW J ''' V .... T.esllo'Rorrers. 'Calftler ' l" ' " H
a a,'r .,,, , u, i,
JiLJt,V ' l iiKLAMATH FALUSi tta. QREQOM, j6,V',H
Murphey?s Feed ASeldStore
126 South SixthSt
--hIij r it.; ,
. '"llng. Stationery and office?
' uomoresf. " Dentlsti oror
I""""1 Mlnro' t,tn "Mn.'
1 ' '
FOR RENT OR LEASE
POSITION; WANTJBD by,.exporienc
,ed ,lady bookkeeper and cashier
References furnished Tlox B, Herald
'oftide. " 1G-31
WANTKD Hides, eggs and potatoes.
onS. Ca?"? aket .Grocery -822-
WANTED dirt, BlgB'asIn number
MADAM IOINA, Palmist
: ; ,
World's .Greatest, J'lireBologlat,
Palmist nnd McdlHm.
, lloads ydur entire '.'lffepait;
present arid future correctly, glT
ing names, dates,and figures In bus
iness, love, law, marriage and dom
estic, tr.oijbles. Tells .you whrf'yoa
are best adapted for and what' t6 'do
to' lfotter your conditions rIri-illfe.
This lady reads your,. hand a yon
would nn open book. A. reading by
hof , will meet your highest 'expecta
tions, and you will be wfser 'hni
happier, after consulting her,1'be
having the gift of removing all evil
Influences and placing yon In an -environment,
contentment- Headings:'' Ssnday 'dad
allyi-jH.Ito'SSti pfrft. Located
at Itoom 1, Moore Rooming Honse,
1313 Main St., between Broad, and
Spring - Streets, one 'block east' of
White Pelican Hotel, (Klamath Falls,
Ore. Phono 471., ., , .27-10
with" all the resburcei"
attention. Dinehere- v
U 1 '
.JEWEL CAFE ;
- - .,i,i...i,.,t.ii.
, Twoblack y!earllngi'beifejrs,ebrand
od ,4,11,jjf. connected, ou Jeft.ihlp:
m'arked split in lett'and hole lajrigbt
ear.f 4 . " ,
ROSS S.UTTON, Dalryt pre.
,',, 29-30, ,
mir - t
arrffthe''BEST' snverrs asa1'
linvo m.Anl1 Hfivlnfa Arnlinta "r
their tiansiictlons 11s easy
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