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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MU1UIAY
FRED BO V LB
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Published daily except Sunday
The Herald Publishing Company
KJnmath Falls, at 11G Fourth Street.
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nth Falls, Ore., for transmission thru i
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LONDON. Jan. 1". (My Mali.)
Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary corps,
known as tho "Waacs," tho khnkl
clad army of Intrepid women who
served In various capacities at tho
front during the war, ceased to exist
as a military organization with tho
ending of tho year. Tho "Waacs"
performed a notable service for their
Hac and not a few of them were
killed or wounded In service.
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 120
With tho Chinese yellow Is regard
ed as tho color of royalty.
KORKAX WOMK.V .1AIl,KI
HONOLULU. Jan. 15. (Ily Mall.)
Many Korean women, members of
tho Korean Women's Patriotic so
ciety, recently linvo been arrested by
tho Japaneso authorities In Seoul
and throughout Korea on charges ot
Implication in an "Independenro
plot." Advices to this effect hnvo
been received by Y. W. Scung, editor
ot the Korean National Herald, u
Korean alnguago newspaper publish
In the rural districts ot Australia
many ot tho horses wear cowhide
Having sold a part of my place and having more
equipment than I need, I will sell at Public Auction at
THE LIVERY BARN, MERRILL, ORE.
Thursday, Feb. 12
The following described property, to-wit:
10 good Work Horses, 6 sets of Heavy Work Har
ness, 14-Disc Superior Drill, 3-Gang John Deer Plow,
,3-Gang Sanderson Plow, 2-Gang Plow, 6-Gang
Stockton Plow, Deering Header, Champion Header,
Potato Planter, 4 pair Stretchers, 4 Log Chains,
3-inch nearly new Bain Wagon, 314-inch Ruther
ford Wagon, 2 good Farm Wagons, lS-inch Disc
Superior Drill, and many articles too numerous to
Terms of Sale Sums of $20.00 and under cash.
Sums over J$20.00 nine months time at 8 per cent
interest with bankable note. Five per cent discount
for cash on all sums over $20.00.
Sale Begins at I o'clock Sharp
; E. L. HOPKINS, Owner
C. G. Merrill and H. C. Moore, Auctioneers
'C ft A N-D L'E R SCX
I Famous For Its Marvelous Motor
I ftaragmam 1 i i r1- r I I J.
Europe Welcomes The
NOW and then you read something about "French style and line"
in automobiles, or perhaps it's "the newest English idea." And
some folks have gone across to get the newest suggestions.
Europe hasn't built automobiles for five years and Europe is crying
for new cars and good cars. '
America's style is Europe's style now.
The Chandler Six, popular in many other countries for years but kept nut of
Europe the past three years because of war-time prohibition of shipments, is welcomed
everywhere in liurope now, -welcomed for the excellence of its performance, and quite
as much for the beauty of its styles of body. '
The Chandler, represented in the British Isles by Messrs. II. G. Hurford & Com
r?ny, Ltd., of London, was exhibited by that old established English automotive
'otise, at the great Clympia Motor Show,
and was "quite the sensation of the show," says a London cable.
"Three hundred and seventy Chandlers were sold in two days."
Apparently England is greatly pleased with America's best style In motor cars.
Tine Cnvirdler Offers Highest Quality At The Fairest Price
SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES
Svvui-l'assunRer Touring Car. S1S95 Four-Passunger Roadster, S1S9S
k rum -inm:nn;: iij,ij;uitii v.n i , o i y j u
Scven-Passejwer Sedan, S2S95 '
Four-Passenger Coupe, S2795
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order ro snow cause
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of
In tho Matter of the Estate and)
Guardianship of Frank II.)
McCornack, Jr., a Minor. )
It appearing to the Court from
the petition this day presented and
filed by Frank II. McCornack, guar
dian of the person and estate of
Frank H. McCornack, Jr., a minor,
praying for an order to sell, at
private 'sale, the following described
real estate, belonging to said miner:
Ah undivided two-fifteenths interest
All of lots 1, 2, 10 and 5 south of
the following described line, to-wlt,
Beginning at a point 658 feet north
of the northeast corner of tho SEVi
of section 7, township 38 south,
range 8 east of Willamette Meridian,
thence 'west 2G21 feet to a stonn
marked with a cross at tho easterly
end of the cross dike between Wocus
and Caledonia Marshes; thence south
24 degrees west 100 feet; thence
north C6 degrees west 1000 feet;
thenco north 24 degrees cast 200
tept; ,thence north 66 degrees west
50 feet to center of canal or stream;
thence northerly along center of
canal 100 feet; thence west to the
west line of lot 5 said township; also
lots 3, 14, 9 and 8 and S of SEVi.
section 7. Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
and 10, section 8. Lots 4, 5, 6. 7 and
B(, of, SEVi, section 9. SV6 of SWVi.
section iu. wwvi, and lots 3, 4, 9, 10
and'll, section 15. Section 16. NV4.
SEVi. E of SWV4, NWV4 of SWVi
and lot 2, section 17. NVi of NE'i.
SEVi of NE, NEVi of SEVi. and
lots 5, C, 7, and 8, section 18. NE'i,
NEVi of NW'i, N of SEVi, and
lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, section 20.
Section 21. W. lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7 and 8, and SWVi of NEVi: also
'"all that part of lot 1, section 22, and
that part of lots 2 and 5, section ID
which lies west of tho following line,
to-wlt, beginning at the northeast
corner of lot 3 of said section 22,
thence north 1435 feet to the center
of the "Neck"; thenco north 38 do
grees 51 minutes west 4145 feet fol
lowing "Neck" to intersection of
north and south center line of sec
tion 15, section 22. SWVi of SW'4,
section 23. All of fractional section
25 except lots 1 and 9. W, SEVi,
W of NEVi, SEVi of NEVi. sec-
f tlon 26. Section 27. NEVi. NE
of.NWVi, and lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
anil S, section 28. Lot 8, section
29. NVS of NEVi. SWVi of NEVi,
NWVi, E of SEVi, section 34.
WVi of NEVi, SEVi of NEVi. B'j
ot NWVI. SV of SWVi, and SEVi,
section 35. NV6 of NEVi, and W,
. section 36, all In township 38 south
'taf range 8, east of Willamette Mori-
Ifian, Klamath County, Oregon. Also
iLj&.ot NEVi, and SWVi"' of NEVi.
Kn 2, township 39 south of
rango 8 east of Willamette Meridian.
Also an interest in a certain dlko
and tho land on which same is lo
cated, described as follews: Begin
ning at tho quarter section corner on
tho cast line of section 7, township
38 south, range 8, east of Willamette
Meridian, thenco north G5S feet,
thenco west 2621 feet to a stone
marked with a cross, which stono Is
tho place of beginning; thenco south
24 degrees west 100 feet; thenco
north 66 degrees west 1000 feet;
thence north 24 degrees east 200
feet; thenco south 66 degrees cast
1000 feet; thence south 24 degrees
west 100 feet to place of beginning,
insofar as same pertains to tho lands
of Wocus Marsh, abutting on tho
south, as the same appears In a cer
tain deed of conveyance executed by
Percy M. Collier, Executor of tho
estate of E. P. McCornack, deceased,
to Ruth Stevenson Addison, this
minor and others, on August 23,
1917, and recorded In Book 47 of
Doed3, pago 331, Klamath County,
Oregon, all of said property being in
said county and state.
That it is expedient and for tho
best interest of tho estato of said
minor that said Interest In said real
estate bo sold, and that tho same bo
disposed of at private sale.
And tho Court being fully advised
in tno premises,
It Is hereby ordered that tho noxt
of-kln of said minor, and all per
sons intorested In said estato. apnear
uororo tno court on the 9th day of
February, 1920, at the hour ot 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the
court room or this Court, at Klamath
Falls, County of Klamath, Stato of
Oregon, then and thero to show
cause why an order should not bo
granted for the sale of said real
It Is further ordered that a copy
ot this ordor bo published once a
week for four successlvo and conso
cutlvo weeks, before tho said day of
hearing, in Tho Evening Herald, a
cany nowspapor or gonora.1 circular
tlon, printed and published at
Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Dated this 7th day of January,
It. II. BUNNELL, Judgo.
Stato of Oregon, )
County of Klamath.) ss
I, C. It. DoLap, County Clerk and
Clerk of tho County Court, In and
for Klamath County, Stato of Ore
gon, do horoby certify that tho fore
going copy of Order to Show Cnuso
has boon by mo compared with tho
original and that It is a correct
transcript therefrom and of tho
wholo thereof as tho samo appears
on filo and of record in my offlco
and In my custody.
In witness whereof, I havo here
unto sot my hand and affixed tho
seal ot the County Court this 7th
day of January, 1920.
tsoai.j u. u. delap, Clork
CENTRAL GARAGE-Phonc 106, 420 Klamath Ave.
CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO
Ilcnil, Oregon, Mini In Bad Shape
Before Taking Titular, but IVcls
Llko u Now Mini Now, So Ho
li-ili-BO WHISKKV WORTH
I $20 ACROSS T
enough to threaten to shoot, when
tho rluisv) ended.
(inod Canadian whiskey brings
from $1S to $20 a imrt In the cltlon
nf Moiitann, It In said. Tho prlcu
charged iictinh tho lino Is $2.50, It
Oil rich t'BK hIh'IIh i:vM'o as water
with I two miles bcioro ho could got near I vessels among thu African women.
wore en route, olllclals
UK I.INM1 chargo, from llobsart, Sask., to
Havre, Mont. The authorities got
CHINOOK, Mont.. Feb. 4. Cap-, wind of tho expedition, and Shorlff
ture of a trio alleged to have been l.aswcll wont out with a posse to
smuggling whiskey from Canada Is meet tiio cars.
tho latest Incident In northern Mon-, Two easily wuro taken, but the
tana ot what Is said to lie a thriving third turned about and tried to ont
buslncss. In this iustnuco thrco speed tho sheriff, who nurmied for
automobiles, loaded down
"I havo actually gained twenty-
soven pounds In weight and feel jtiBt
llko a now man slnco l oegan taxing
Tanlac," said Dan Reed, a woodman,
who lives nt Bend, Oregon, while in
tho Owl drug storo recently. Con
tinuing, ho said:
"Somo time ago I began to nave
trouble with my stomach. My appo
tito becamo very poor and I finally
got to whore I would havo to foreo
down evory mouthful I ate, anil
when I did this I would suffer with
intenso cramping pains in my stom
ach aftorward. I would also bloat
something nwful and my heart would
palpitate terribly, and It would ho
all I could do to get my breath. I
lost so much weight that I Anally
becamo so weak I could hardly drag
myself around. When I got up in
tho morning I always felt worso than
when I went to bed, and I had no
enorgy and Just felt tired and worn
out all tho tlmo.
"I had beon reading so much
about Tanlac In tho nowspapors and
tho good it was doing others, I do
cldod to give it a trial, and It com
menced to help mo almost at onco.
My appetite improved and I began
to pick up in weight and strength.
I havo taken seven bottles In all
now, and am glad to say I havo beon
completoly rollovcd of all my
troubles. I can cat anything I want
without suffering any bad after
effects and all that tired, worn-out
feeling has gone. I can sloop ull
night long without waking and al
ways got up In tho morning fooling
ready for my day's work, and whllo
tho Job of a woodsman naturally ro
duiros a great deal of physical
strength, I can do as much as I ovor
did. Tanlac did mo a great sorvlco
In restoring my health, und I am
always glad to toll othors about it,
and novor miss an opportunity to do
Tanlac is sold In Klamath Fulls by
thu Star Drug Co., and in Lorollu by
tho Jamos Merc. Co. adv.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED NEW STOCKS
Analyzing 36 per cent Protein
And ... 42 per cent Protein
CAN MAKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES
WIRE OR WRITE
A- Herald Want Ad will bell It.
Swift & Company
Animal Food Dept.
NORTH PORTLAND, OREGON