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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
THURSDAY, JVLT ,
I.ANIIKMi VAI.LKY, July
t'urlimiH mio of ttio InrRi'dt limit ilmitu
Unit linn Iippii IrmiNiicliMl for your
took iiliict) rvcimlly whmi (3 J Hln
lllo, I). (I. I lorn mill Will CiiiiiiiIkiII
piirvliiini'it wlint In niiiniuiiily known
im "Tim llciitinciii Triirt" In I.hiikoII
viillny. Thtirn aro ulmtit 2,800 ncrtif.
In thin trurt, lyliiK In the liciirt or
I liu vullny, mill liulm; wlint In cul'ml
MWiiinii limit. Kruin till limit mi' li
ymir In rut tun of wild liny. mml In
fiKnlliiK Murk, Tim In tut In mitiiriilly
IrrlKiiti'il by Lost rlvur. wlilrii tU;
through It. Tim upper tract of iiliout
1,000 ucniN purrhiiMid by I). (1.
Horn, Hon uiljaciint to hi ranch; tho
central part bought hy Campbell ulo
Join hU land nint contain uliout SOO
acre, whllo tint 400 at run bought by
O. J. HwIiikId I Inn next In hU placi).
Thin roinploti tliu lirraklng up of thn
nwuiiip, which vran hold for many
year hy thn two uwnnri, C. II. Ilool
mnn anil Mm. K. K, Italnton. Lail
fall th n Italnton plant wan nolil to
Ivan Kllnoro. Thin plarn conlnlni
2,5(10 acre of wild hay I a ml and
farmnlK land, .TIin two ownnrs of
tho recently bought land liava boon
building fence around thnlr domain
tho lant wook.
lUin la Wrlroiunt
Thn fanner, itockiimn and rancher
aro all olnleil ovur tho rain Hint foil
July 2 Mini 3, Tho lato cropn will
ar Iiodiii nnd tho early crop noon Ik
mat urn. Of course, It wan hard on
tho Fourth of July picnicker, hut
worth hundred of dollar to tho
Warren Kllnoro and family loft
GUSS OF SALTS
If )nur Itark liurta nr Madder
Ixillirrn )oii, Orlnk Iota
When your kidneys hurt and your
bick feels tore, don't ret tare' and
prnrceil to load your ntomach with
a lot of ilrucn that excite tho kid
ney nnd Irrltatu tho ntlm urinary
.tract. Keep )oiir kldnny cloan Ilko
you keep your bowel clnnn, by flush
In them with a mild, harmless aalt
which rcmow thn body' urlnoui
wantn and itlmulatr thorn to their
normal activity. Tho function of the
kldnoy In to (liter tho blood. In St
hour thny ntrnln from It COO grain
of acid and wanta. to wo can readily
undorntand tho vital Importnnro of
keeping tho kidney nctlvo.
Drink lot nr water you can't
drink too much; alio net from any
pharmnclnt about four ounces of Jnd
Haiti; tako n tablotpoontul In a glass
of wator boforo break fait each morn
In for n fuw days and your kidney
will act flnn. Thin famput aalta li
madu from thn acid of grapos nnd
lamon Juice, cabined, with llthla, and
haa been used for generations to
clean and stimulate clogged kldneya;
also to neutrallio the aclda In urlno
so It no longer la a source of Irrita
tion, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Halts la Ineipensive; cannot
Injuries; makes a delightful olforvci
cent llthla-water drink which every
one ahould take now and then to
keep tholr kldneya clean and active.
Try this, also keep up the wator
drinking, and no doubt you will won
dor what became of your kidney
trouble and backache.
Hnturdny morning for Illy to tako In
tliu (vlobrntlon. Thny Intend camp
ing In a font, wullo tbnru. Charles
Klfickuh mid fiimlly of Yniina vullny
will Iju domlclliid with thum at Illy.
Mm, I'nlinor'H son, who Im boon
working for Mr. Wlnnnrd, loft for
ytniil Hwiimp, whnnj bu uxpiictn to
luilp put up liny hi iiumnmr
Alf Diiiiciiii called nt Ivan KM
Kotii'n Friday. Mr, Duncan wnn on
liln way to Oilnina, to spiintl tho
Fourth following Inank Walton,
Hoi Downy, Jr , piircliuni'it u now
Miilotli) crcaiii miiiarntnr lint wnuk,
Mr. Duwny linn been mllkltiK about
olitht cow and xuiiiIIiik cream to thn
creamery. Thorn nro nuvurul Molottu
nnpnratorrt used In tho valley, and
thny siiuiii to Klvn very ;ood nurvlco
anil satisfaction. They aro Imported
Into thn United Hiatus from IIuIkIuiii.
Tim Hook IlroH., who have been
plowing In tho valley, returned to
Mnlln, Thoy had two Kordion tract
or. Whllo In tho valtoy, thoy
plowed, harrowed, needed and har
rowed again about 3(0 acres of rye
for Ivan Kllgoro, besldos plowing and
bruaklng about 100 acres of sago
hrunh land, Thoy alio broke 139
acre of laud for the Turner Ilro.
George Vermillion, who has Iwen
working for Ivan Kllgoro, toft for
hi homo at l,akovlaw, .via Illy, and
helped celebrate. y
Jim Jobnnon, who baa a homeitrad
hero. It hero from Klamath Falls
whom ho hs boon working In the
logging woods. Ho ipent the Fourth
with Mr. rilllind.
Mm. Jamen Huntloy and Mm. Mo
lina Co miner npent Wcdnenday at
Mri Ivan Kllgoro' home. Thny via-
Itnd thn sheep shearing shed and
watched the nlinarlng of ihvap by
Mm. Ilena Deal and Minn Noli wont
to Klamath Kail Kalurday for the
week end. Virgil .Dual accompanied
Frank I. Orohn and hnylng crew
hatn been ijulto busy at Illmrock
ranch No, 1 putting up hay thn pait
Merle H, KIlRcro and family left
for ItoRiio river polutn, Wednesday.
They went by way of Crater tako and
expected to camp out along tho way.
They wilt bn anient about 10 days,
Friend hero weru sorry to hear of
the nilifortuno that ha befallen Fred
Tholupion, who rcenlty broke his leg.
Mr. Thorn uon was a rcsldonl of this
valley for many years, but Is now of
Mr .and Mrs. I), O, Mora and Miss
lleriilce wore gueit of Mr. and' Mm.
Iran Kllgoro, July Fourth.
Levi McDonald and Cecil and Vir
gil Deal have boon cutting and stack
ing the ryo up at tho McDonald
homo enmp, Tho hay was very good
yielding about CO ton on a leu aero-
U'onard Johnson wont to Illy to
see tho airplane, bono race and
sports In general.
Mill Itun Tito Hhlfta
, Tho Worlow .mill on Langoll val
ley mountain has bran running two
shifts, and cutting about 30,000 feet
per day, whllo tho Langell Lumber
company havo only run one shift pof
day so far. Tholr capacity Is 30,000
foot per day.
llunny Casey captured six young
coyoto pups this spring, and has them
confined In a cage at bis place. They
aro very Interesting to watch and
study, and even In captivity retain
tholr restless spirit.
Mrs. Palmer haa been cooking at
the Langell Lumber company cook
house, since the departure of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarke Hamaker.
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Thursday James Huntlejr and Clif
ford Vermillion cut the six large pine
trees that stood around the barn on
tho Ralston place. It was reared the
wind might blow them on the barn
causing much damage. Both men
are experienced in the falling of
D. O. Dreedlore and ramlly spent
tho Fourth at the home of Jamea
Mrs. Dlrdle Durk and J. O. Hamak
er were Bundajr visitors at the mill.
Tho road work has been suspended
for the week, owing to the rains and
Everett Malone was a Saturday vis
itor at Bonanta.
Just received a large shipment of
brand new buggies, backs and spring
wagons. Will sell at very reasonable
prices. Also large shipment of gov
ernment teats. Max Weiss, 6th St,
near Ewaana Box Factory. 7-tt
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Report of the Condition of
THK FIRST 8TATR SAVINGS BANK
at Klamath Falls, Oregon, In tho State of Oregon, at the close of business
June 30, 19J0
Loans and discounts 11,633,143.68
Overdrafts, secured and unsocurod .VT.1'a
Honda and warrants - 'SX'S;;'
Stocks, socurlttes, Judgments, tc : 2'Sil'nn
Kurnlturo and fixture . S'iiSnR
Other real ostato owned ?r;;;,J
Duo from banks (not-reservo banks) - .io'iJJna
Puo from approved reserve banks - ,'oSS '!
Chucks nnd other cash Items v j- J'5,I'i,
Exchanges for cloarlng houso .J'llS ,i
Cash on hand .' - 89.57J.7tf
Total (To avoid discrepancies tho total should bo footcd)....$l,92,819.01
Capital stock paid In - . 5?-99?'??
Surplus fund ........ - ;u.
Undivided proilts, loss expenses anu taxes paiu Ji'iSrJK
Duo to banks and bankers - iS'15i
Iiullvlduol deposits subject to check 1,05I,52i'2i
Cashier chocks outstanding :?'S??nJ
Cortlflod checks - JHJJm
Time and Savings Deposits - JsrXiJ ,5
Notes nnd bills rodlscounted aSS'Xn2
Bills payablo for money borrowod 70.oqo.ou
Total (To avoid discrepancies the toUl' should ba footed)....? 1,992,819.01
Stato of Oregon, County of Klamath, as.
I, John Siemens, Jr.. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to the host ot my knowledge, and
be,,6t' - JOHN SIEMENS. Jr., Cashier.
Correst Attest: Id Bloemlugcamp, J. W. Siemens. A. B. Epperson,
Subscribed and sworn to before me tats 7th day of July, lite.
'RUTH M. QOWBN, Notary Public
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