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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1820
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COU.NTV COI'IIT IMIOCKKDINGH
(Contltiuud (torn Page 0)
whon tho following proceedings wore! It also appearing Unit three of the
had to-wlt: jubovn warrants Iiavo be-on protested
In tho matter of advertising for wood i by thu County Treasurer mid tlifit
for uo at tho court liouso.
.TIiIk day bids wore called for up
to and Including Monday, Sopt. 23,
llMVfor tho furnishing of 00 cords
of K Inch dry limb wood or 30 cords
of in Inch dry limb und 30 cords of
10 Inch dry pluo of fir body wood,
to bo neatly corded In tho Court
Hoiirq yard, said bids to bo ncconi;
ponied by u certified choclc to bo tho
amount of 5 pr cunt of tho bid.
In tho matter of upholding tho crlm-
Innl liiu's of OroROll
TIi.'k mnttor camuoii for consld-,),, (Il0 , of j22,j0 fo )U'rorfot.
lUlon upon the application of J.jod In raso said original warrants
Fred Morley who represents to tho
Court thot ho Is In nocd of funds to
awdst him In prosecuting mid worn in
securing tho arrest of cottnlu crlm
lnnlu. nnil it nhnonrliuc to tho court
from ca'd application that It Is for
tho best interests or tno puouo mat
, ho bo allowed' funds nt this tlmo In
the juim of r.o.00 for paid purpose.
It Isthorefdro hereby ordered that
' the dork be Jnitmrtod to draw n wsr
rant on the Curront Cxponso Fund
of tlio County In favor of J. Fred
- Moiloy In tho jhhii of 50.00 to do
flay his espouse In tho matter of up
holding tho criminal laws of tho
Mate of QroKon.
Warrant No. IS 12. Upholding
Cilmliml wwj ..- "u.vu
11, II. m'NNKLL? Judge"
mutuM siianr, com.
ASA FOUnVCB, Com.
Ill tho matter of Charles D. Horman
an Indigent person.
This matter coming on at this time
to bo heard upon the application of
Chas. U. Horman, for funds to pay
Ills font and expense to Halem, Ore
gon, for tha purposo of presenting
his claim bqforo tho Btato Industrial
It appearing to tiro Court, that the
sa'd Chas. D Hormin has heretofore
beon allowed by this Court 125.00
nor month for his support and that
ho Is now without funds and wishes
very much to' go to Salem to appear
bofor.e said commission, .
It Is therefore hereby ordored that
a warrant be drawn on thoCurront
Expon.o Fund In the sum of 120.00
In favor of Chap. D Hornfanf to pay
his faro nd expenses to Salem to
present his claim, before tho Stat
Industrial Accident Commission, and
tht tM allnwanco horetpforo allow
od shall ccaeo upon and after this
lfnil. ININNELL, Co. Judge
nin"vii BHOirr. Co. com.
ASA FOItDYCE. Co. Com.
The following claims woro nllow-
...".. .'-i-Vir in.inietnd to draw
warrants on the Road Fund for the ...Pension ........ 25.00
.respective ameunts: ISJ ' North' wldow'a .
Pacific Foundation Co. pay- ' --.-. 30,00
inont on Contract .v 54679.20 Ethel P. Howoll, widow's pen
Tom Dixon cash advanced for s.on ..... 28.00
'machinery (Freight) 1000.00 Mory H. Johnson, wldow'fl
C L nest Cos Traction Co. pension 20.00
supplies roads 30.20 Ada Poery. widow's pension.. 40.00
Dunham Auto Co. supplies Ethel -Short, wldow'spenslon 17.50
road? .."...... 00 Sarah L- Sra,tn- widow's pon-
ai Swasey. labor on Couir.y , sion 37.50
nolTdB ...... 10-&0 J""'010 Tallman. widow's
Geo. S. Jloyd labor on Couhly LJ!"SonH -;- , 10.00
noads 4!l.r0 Lula B. Hutchlrw, widow's
Frt Samnson. labor on Cnun- ' pension 25.00
. 1.1. ..." 19.25 Laura Bess Jardlne, widow's
. H, Bunnell freight advtfnco I Jno" ; ;.--..,......
on maihii.ery n "' -1 ,LnItt M- White, widow's pen-
Tho foliowlni:, Current Expense sion ,
Claims were allowed and tha clerk Cora M. Smith, widow's pen
Instructed to draw warrants on thai sion
!?.?:2- CwvnnVe.Fund for tho re-, Ethel J. Weltflo. wldnw.
siectlvo ameunts: v,roon'0J tv-". 20-00
Fred Morley, upholding crlm- n JEtt? E- KJlgore, widow's pen-
Chas. D. Horman,"co'unty aid 2500 Eva UawJIns, widow's pension 2o!oO
j. F. Morley, stamps, auto ''"'"dys Peel, widow's ponslon 35.00
hire, etc -- 4 95)M",rr uc,ora' tountynld 25.00
Star Drug Co. Sundries En- ,e ,'Jyte Taylor, county aid 20.00
glneers offlco .". S.U3 Mary M. Liberty, county aid.. 15,00
Star Drug Ct. sundries Co. Elisabeth M. Scanlon, county
sunt, office ,30 aid ......... ., 25,00
Btnr Drug Co. Sundries clerks iKezlali Goodell, county aid .... 15.00
office 90 hllrobeth Gray, county aid.. 10.00
Star Drug Co. sundries co, ' Nellie Wall, county aid 20,00
jail offlco 25 T, J. Oden..county aid 45.00
Star Drug Co. sundries asses- J. W. Latrop, couilty aid 30.Q0
sor offlco '. " l.oo Catherine Spencor, county aid 20,00
Star Drug Co. sundries coun- . 'M. V. Michael, county aid 20.00
ty Supt. ornce , '"' mwiorioru, county am .. 20. 00
Cecil Hunt, rabbit bounty ....
moan Keck.- rabbit bounty ....
'Earle'Whltloclc. coroner's, fee
Wong Him (Chlnman) ....
Jessie Ford, June 8th grade
examinations , eK-"'
Mary Stewart, Juno 8th grade
ATnminatlonB ....m. ....
Algoma Lumber Co, election I ty clork deputy .L:l
roads' .?. ....r.T...t-.r........ 5.&Vera Houston,' salary. coUntv
Wlnnek.Co. mdse-offlclal &
V.. Revolving Road FuWds I?.??
JWhltman'vDrug' Co.. Sundries &, i
Herald Publishing Co, county
vnereupon coun .uiu' vwM?o- Humphrey, salary
sot Saturday. .Aug.. 30.-1918.1., courltvherlfl ?.. ., .:- 4 Z
-.'jneet Saturday, ,Augv30.-1919.,.,
' Saturday, Aug. ju.. .
Court met .pursuant- to.JadJourn
ment when were present Hon Bj.-H.
Bunnell, Judge, and Burrell Short
and Asa Fordyce. commissioners,
when the " following proceedings
were had'to-wlt: ' , ,
In" the Matter of tho application of
iii.iDnniiinilni' Iho 'Inaimticn of
,, ,, wi. v.. .. ,..- . --
Duplicate warrants for warranti
No'816861, 27302, 29012. and 32601,
This mutter camo on at this time to
No. 26861 for 7.60 Issued to J. B,
Court that General' Fund .warrants
be heard and it appearing to the
Whltlo.ch dated Spt. 4. 1912 and No
nave ior fD.tf-iBBuu j, a. vfuw
latch dated. Nor, 7.
1912, and war-
" J " "" "i
rnnt No, 230012 for (7.40 Issued
to J, 10. Whltlalch, Dutcd Way 7,
1913 nnil No. 32001 for II. CO In-
sued to Win. Powers dotod Slur.
1014. Iiavo bcuii drslroynd by flro
thoru Is now funds In tho hands of
tho County Treasurer to; pay said
warrants. . .
It Is thorofor"o ordered) that ,tHo
clerk of this' court Ishuo' duplicate
warrants for tho nbivolnamcd war
rnnls, aud Iiavo sninu protested by
County Treasurer us o( dutfc'tho prl
glnal wero arotoitcd, so? that said
warrants can bo paid In' order of
It Is flirt bur ordered, that Win
Powers file a bond .with this court
wcrd ovor paid or presented for
It Is furtlior ordered, that tho ori
ginal warrants No. 20?C1, 27302,
29012 nud 32001 bo cancelled, and
tho County Trcaouror notified of
their cniiccllotlon, and thut JJiu now
warrant bo marked dupllcuto, and
payoblo In placo of tho original des
troyed warrants. I
, It. II, HUNNKLL. Judfjo.
IlUmiKMi SHOUT. Com.
ASA FOUDYCE, Com. v
Tlio following Cuircnt Expense
Illlls wore allowed und tho' clerk lii
btrucutd to draw wurra'nlH on this
Current Expenso Fund .for tho ro
tipectlvo nmounu; '
Ni(lo Wnllon, widow's "v;d
slon .... -.3 2S.oo
Slaty McUino, widow's pou-
tioo- ."... 25.00
r.lla I), Ilurkhardt, widow's
Tona Hilton, widow's pension 10. Ou
Cuthotlno 'full, widow's pen
sion ....v 10.00
llata (Joddard, widow's pen
i.nura K. Madison, widow's
j'Uitniuil M .....
Carrlo.M. Muler, widow's pen- 4
sion .......t..-....-..... ....... ilO.OO
Leona C. Ady, widow's pon
sion v 10.00
Nannie M. Cantral, widow's
1 unison ....,.... , 17.00
Mary E, Pearson, widows
pension- ....";. ,. 25,00
Manna Seeds, widow's-pension
' '. 10.00
Dertha French, widow's pon-
slon .. 10.00
Madclln Cook, widow's pen-
sion ......,........ .;,..." 32.50
Myrtlo 'Palmer, widow's pon-
"fon ,. 32 50
Mary L. Goruo, widow's pon-
on ;. 2S on
Mary H. Williams, widow's
JJ55lMary Moore, county aid , 15.00
10,40rLoulsa F. Clublne, county old 15.00
W. L. Uead, cdunty aid 20.00
11.60 Grace Johnston, county aid .. 20.00
. An p' c- Markwardt, malnten-
8.0U, Bnca pooc farm t 305.00
'C. R. DeLap, salary CoJ clerk 160.67
"",L,ioyu it. ueLap, salary coun
clerk deputy 125.00
Effle Garcelon. salary county
clerk' deputy ..."...; .". 50.00
'Garrett K. Van Riper, salary
county cleWf deputy V.".r...... TlO.
Burt E. .Hawkins salary coun
ty sheriff, "dep'uty" 150.00
G. R. yan Riper, salary coun
ty Treasurer .:.., 125.00
J. E. Bratton, salary, county
deputy tax qqjlactor'f.,.,.... J100.00
Allen Sloan; salary county da-
nillV In '.ftllaotnv f AA AA
r HI tr.-J - ""- ''"'!" uw,uu
v., t. msii, wmr; county
deputy tax-collector- 90.00
h. Markwardt, salarycounty
deputy tax collector. 90.00
j. p, i,ee, sairy county as-
uessor .-. '125,00
Maurice L. Johnson, salary
county assessor deputy 125.00
Agnes 66, salary county as
sessor deputy :.... 100,00
Claudia Bplnk, salary count
' SHHuMor deputy , 78.00
.loo Drlscoll, sulary'county as
sessor' deputy ....... ...i. 78.00
Twylii lad, milury county
school mip't . 126.00
Mil ud M, Ciirloton, salary
county school nup't deputy 30.00
Twyln I lend, omIi advanced
for postage ....... , .., 3.27
It. I. Miiminoiid, shoos-ln-iii
n I oh county Jnll 12, CO
J M. fountain, salnry Janitor
court lioiiso . 715.00'
W. 8. Wlloy, salary deputy
District Attnrnny 100.00
Ki A, Ilond, salary deputy dls- I
trlct soalor of Weight & '
measures , 13.38
I;. II, Dnrkeo, rabbit bounty 3.3r
Plilllpn Odon, rolihlt bounty 12.85
O. It. William. Jitney service '
upholding criminal Jaw
4i Irwin-Hodson Co. assessment
N, .1. Chapman, salarv .'us
Hce Small claims D'ont. ..
t, II Reedf rabbit bountv ....
T, F. Morlov. salary uphold
Inif efmln,'l lawn ....
Ccn's .tllnnv Horvlco auto hlro
Edna Wslw, assisting school
.. Fuuwlntendont .... 18.00
. Thnfollow'nir Hood' Claims vbre
)owpd Tint! tho clerk lifitrueted to
drtwvarronta on tho Uoad Fund for
tho resnectlvo ameunts:
W. 11, Walker, salary truck
driver county roads ......1
T. M. McLflod. salary trjick
driver county roads ..
A, Turpln, labor county.roads
Roo, Hinltu, labor county
Walter Eadcs, labor
road.1 u ......
Uoy DIvon, labor co. ronib....
Leo Dixon, labor co. roadi. ..
Tom Dixon, salary road maa-
ter Vi mo. August ..... ' .,
Oeo C. Mirth, laoor (Algoma 4
road) .......... -,..."-. 1.00
Harry lloberte, salary ;Orca-
ccut-LnpIuo road .... 40.00
t, B. Ileais, labor Ctfc3Coht-
Laplito road July 98.00
, it. Heals, labor Crescent- -
Luplno road August 35.00
Tom Sly. labor Cicscent-La;
' 'plno road " - -. 52-u0
Delbert Sly, labor Crcscent-
., 1-aplno road --, 28.00
Vrri. fniinwtnir i.iiirnrv Claims were
ilolwed and tlio Clerk instructed to
.haw warrants on tho Library Fund
'or tho rospectlvo nmeunts:
treno Anderson, cash advanc
ed for stamps ......., l00
Ireno Anderson, salary Lib-
rarian . CO.OO
Mrs. -M. Anderson, salary
Janitor county lHtrory. 4.00
Tho following High School Claims
wore allowed and tho Clerk instruct
d to draw warrants on the High
School Fund for the respective a-
. . jln-'n, tuning nigu
school Piano ..,.., -$
J. P. Wells, cash advanced
for Btam 1
I. K. Gill & Co. books .for
irij &nt .??.... 32.1f
Roberts & Hanks steel brush
? .. .- 1'30
Callf-Oreg-Powef1 Co. serv-'
Ices high school 10.40
ac Tel." & Tel. Co. serv
ices high school 2.00
t. B. Rces, labor on high
school J.... - 75.00
E, F. Beauchamp. labor on
high school JiJ-00
m r Rpoq. piinrv for August Oi.OO
t. P. Wells, salary for August 166.66
Whereupon Court adjourned.
IIAISK SfARHIAGK RATE.
BLACKBURN, Eng.. Jan. 30 Cup
'd Is being taxed in tho Blackburn
district to help clergymen meet part
of tho Increase In the cost of living
The charge f of getting married haf
been raised 50 to 60 percent.
For many months, the servants of
the Church of England have been
ngltatlng for larger salaries and so
desperate has been the need, accord
ing to the reports, that there has
been some talk of forming a clergy
nian's union. '
The Japanese are far ahead of all
other nations In -the art of making
artificial flowers. Thoy copy with
marvelous fidelity not only the blos
soms but whole branches and even
plants in bloom.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lift .sore,
touchy corns off with
- Dqnft suffer; A tiny v.bottle" of
Freezone costs but a few cent slat any
drug store'.-' Apply ai few drops on
the tougheiied calluses or "hard
skin" on bottom of feet, then lift
those painful spots right off with
fingers. ' x
When you peel off corns or cal
luses with Freezono the skin beneath
la left pink; and healthy, and -never
sore, tender, or even irritated.
"HACK TO OOD'H COOSTKV" I
I Tm3&B9T'3 &a
isHssHsBIVL'rrPI&SBQn fr I
"Back io Gods Country"
This Is a unliiue and unusual do
iture, llko notlilng ever before shown.
150.801 sixteon,varietlc3 of animals nppear
,,... Ift. their natural roles, tho wild folk
S-22 al pcaco w,th tho world, and the wild
Gu.OOjfoik battling each other and man for
1 It waa written bv the ereati!t Ilv.
Ing pbrtrnyer of animal life,' James
Tho scenes wore taken In the arc
lie Ice fields, north of 50 degree?,
Tho Intense cold reached sixty de
grees below zero.
One nlaycr tost his life: ono man's.)
foot was fiozen and the entire com -
pany suffered terrjble privations to!
tnoko this picture true to life." ' '
It Is a picture of the open spaces, of
'ho land of everlasting 'snow' where
the gaunt wolf stalks Its prey, where
men settle their feudal battles, with
knife and gun.
It Is a story of tho primitive and
ilementol In the play. of passion and
he struggle to live. '
It Is a picture you can never forcet.
Star Theitrc. Sunday and Monday.
VALPARAISO, Jan. 30. Italy,
'ranee and Sweden have taken steps
.o open South American markets by
'ablish!ng Spanish!,' lines to Chil
U' i.orts. One I u s: stijamvhip com-
,,t.irv. compos vi' I thu Trjiusatlantiia.
"-.i!,oi'E and the V .'cna de N'avig?-"
en already u. tent two steamers j
to Chile by the Panama route. It .is
announced that Ihe company intends
to add ten more steamers to the line,
making a total of six passenger and
3ix freight vess2l3 which will voyage
alternately by the Straits of Magellan
and the Panama canal.
The govemment of Chile has a
jreed to subsidize these ships bv pay
ment of .700 pounds for each cargo
shipped and 900 pounds to each pass
anger and" freight vessel.
More recently the ltallanhXavlga
tion company has sent to Chile its
steamer La Veloce. The Compagnie
Generate Transatlantlque announces
ml dtre"t communication will Lo es
tablished between Havre and Valpar-
iiso by way of Panama by tho te of
the steamer San Luis. The SWodiMi
company has resumed service-to 'Chila
and there is talk of a Dutch line of
steamers from Java by the way of
As a result of these activities
'relghts have begun to decline; This
has stimulated the commerce of all
the west coast and especially the ex
portation of nitrate and the agricul
tural products of Chile.
DecSO. (By Mail), Bands of kid
nappers recently have caused much
alarm in this district. Operating in
groups of from 30 to 50 they have
carried away and held for ransom
wealthy Chinese for whose release
they have obtained as much as $50,
000' in soma cases.
Ten citizens were kidnapped in
October. Promises to pay ranspms
have been exacted by torture. Troops
have tried to capture the bandits,
but' have failed, "it Is belle,ved t.ne
kidnappers come from Dalny, cross
ing the gulf of Pechlll in boats In
which they escape with their cap
- DOC AND CAT LAW
LOS ANGELES, Cal. Jan. 30. Los
Angeles dogs and cats', sick or wejl,
are '"restricted as to residence but
safeguarded as to personal liberties
hv a rllv nnllnnncA' 1imt nnRsnrt.
The.'new. law relegates all dog'and 1
cat hospltals"orkennels to the indus
trial and outlying districts but ore-J
vldea that. such hospitals or kennels
"must not be conducted In such a
way as to prevent the animals from1
barking, bowling or mewing, parti-
cularly In the night time."
Marble & Granite Works
1040 .MAIN' ST.
Phono StO-J 112'J Main tit.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 45 Main St.
Homc-Made Pies and Cake.
Cold Meats & Lunch Good.
Ico Cream and Fruits.
We handle tho Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
Ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all otner Makes. Pennsylvania
and -diamond Tires and Tubes,
C. E. mSMARK
US S. Oth St. Klamath FalU
Wo open store every Tuesday and
.Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:op p. m.'
Many are tho good things wo can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn'
ed' In u?ine sood -Che1P ?
jon nia)' iciru; juu win uereruoiiu
debt and have to skip if you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO. t
2oi Klamath Ave. Cornc'r of 6th St,
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done In any part
of the city
E. C. STUCK. V.
Carpenter St Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
J. C. OLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
Phenes: Office 160, Res. 102J
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
. , DENTISTS
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Mala Street
Hair Dressing, Shampooing,
Manicuring, Face Massage
lice Apts., 8th and Walnut
.106 Main Street Phone 457
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main St
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
FourtK and Pine Streets
Loomls Illdg., Kliuimth Falls
DIt. C. A. IIAMBO
I. O. O. F. Bollding
Now Open for
Mrs. Itoia McDnnlcls,
301 High St Phone 455
AnTi. TitiAnA 1 Atf rin a fin
riiii.U x uunu x I itv xvua x I f Xb
vr. n. u. Lioya oiewan
I'hyslclnn nnd Surgcun
Klamath Kails Oregon
DR. F. R. GQDDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence '
I. O. O: F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN' AX1I SURGEON
Rooms -1 and 5
Phonos 17 W
1711 Swanson Illdg.
(Over Gun Store)
. KATHERINE SCHLEEF
t Physician and Surgeon
t Office, White DIdg.
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
206 L O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. G. A, MASSEY
Rurcessor to Dr. Traal
Suit 20, I..O. O. F, Bids
Office phone' 86J
Kes Phone 80M
Phenes: 151J Office.
Offlco 4S0 Main
Residence 10OO Main
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Designers and.bailders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to BUd
any class of a building and install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Bias
Prints made. PHONE 14M
Office in K. D. Building
uxrunjrxnru"M"u-i rM-i-w-M"M"i ,----
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 250-Y 617 Klamath Ave. .
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
iand and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractor
AL F. GRAHAM.
CITY AND 'COUNTY "ABSTRACT
A ? '
ARTHUR R. WILSOir
In the Hospital