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fHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
B. 1. MURRAY
Febllshed dally, except Sunday. by
TM Herald Publishing Company 01
Kiaasatk Falli, at 116 Fourth Street
FIND PLEASANT SPOT
FOR SUNDAY OUTING
Entered at tbe Doitoltlce at Klam
Cttk Falli, Ore., for transmission thru
JM Balls ai second-class matter.
MKMIIKH OK TIIK AHHOCIATKU
The Associated Press It exclusively
entitled to tho uio for republication
of nil news dispatches credited to It.
or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and alto tbe local news pub
TUESDAY, At'OCST a, uwo
The Lnboree ranch, up In the
SproKUe river country, cim ot the
prettiest nnd most Inviting part ot
the wonderful Klnmnth hike district,
Van chosen ns their Sunday piny
ground by Captain nnd Mrs. J. W,
Siemens, nnd Mr. nnd Mra. I'hilllri
Peters, who motored out to thin
beauty spot In the morning nnd re-
NOGALKS. Ariz.. Aug. 3 Gener
al Alvnro Obrcgon Is n business man
and proud of being so regarded. He
Is In Noculcf, Sonora, looking nfter
bis business Interests prior to going
Into tho. isouthcrn Me-xlcan states for
tho final swing of tho' rnmpalgn for
the presidency of Mexico as succes-f
cor to l'rovlslonnl President do la
General Obregon arrived In No
Kales from Guaymns In a special
train July 5. Since bis nrlral he bn
given his entire time to his private
business as a broker In girbamos.
known In the State as "chicle pens."
In conjunction with a big banking
transportation -nnd international
brokerage firm. General Obrcgon It
engaged in marketing ,the garbinzo
crop from the Wet Coast of Mexico
Ills deal Involved swinging, a ,52
000.000 movement of tho Northern
Mexico garbanso crop.
"I never was so happy la my lift
turned In the exenlng mora firmly,
convinced that, ns n "region dcslr-
ible," this part cf creation la In at
class by itself. This ranch Is Irri
gated by both the north and south
fork of the Sprague river, and ns
an Illustration of Its Immensity and
productivity. Captain Siemens stated
that COO or more tons ot splendid
hay will bo taken from It this year.
and that that amount represent
only n smnll part ot what the ranch
Is cnpnble of producing.
Coming home via the Saddle moun-
Italn read, the party lsltcd the new
sauuie mounwin nun, nnu tounu ap
proximately 250.000 feet of 'log In
the river The mill Ln nt Its dis
posal S.000.00O feet of cut tinnier,
and within a wick or 10 days will
undoubtedly be ready to begin
sawing- The captain nnd hla part
found this outing one ot tho most
pleasant In their experiences, and
recommend It to all who want real
recreation nnd Information relative
to local aithtttoi combined
enough .carpet ev
strip around the
year to lay n
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Eight hundred million spools.
with a market ulue ot nearly one
million dollars, are turned out ee"ry
year by the spool factories In Maine.
White birch Is the material ued al
most excluslely ,ln thU Industry.
The mtwhlnet foriuaklnc snoots are
complicated nnd rtqulr'eiakllled men ,
rn their opcratlon?Thejp'opls drop
from the lathes nt tliereje of one per
second, nnd must be 7perf ectly nnM
form 'nnd truo. Tbe finished spools
Jre' marketed 'largely Jn New York.)
as when 1 shed my uniform as a gen'i Connecticut and-Ithodc' Island, i
-?ral and got Jpto tivllian clothet' aii.M1 ..ULm.
tX ": -v !iti'A,.rr,l ihe car.!-:' ! ci-m mn prni.ir.vnox "ftf1.:
"Untlt the elcct&n In Mexico Is paii- Equity Xo. 120J
d I mII not talk politics nor;rajk5
statements dealing with national e:
International relations in or of Mex
ico. 1 am jukt a plain business m'n
and Mexican citizen. 1 have buft
my business by tisrd work and I In
tend to give It sole attention while
in tho circuit Court of the' Stataif
of Oregon for Klamath County, fej-
L. Jaccbs, riainlltr, vs k. a. tvieiy
nnd v. 11. McCoy, co-rartneri
Klely and McCoy. J. A. Williams and
V C. Crittenden; also, all other per-)
sons or parties unknown claiming
Will Delight You
If you seek the ideal roadster, for business or professional purposes, orl
for added efficiency to your every-day activities, or for healthful recreation,
you will be delighted with the Cleveland Six.
Mounted on a chnssts of proven excellence,
this handsome roadster body, with its one
wide deep-cushioned sent, carries three pas
sengers in genuine comfort. . And under the
rear deck is a spacious compartment for
baggage or parcels. In its graceful liner,
heavy hand-buffed leather upholstery and
v- TourinU Car (Five Passengers) $1-185
v Sedan (Five Passengers) $2495
lustre of finish, this' roadster is typical of all
And the motor I I f you wa nt to know wha t
a motor it is and how it excels others, come
in and see this car. Ride in it Drive it
yourself. Then you will know.
Roadster (Three Passengers) $1485
Coupe (Four Passengers) $2395
nn vloVif flits wurflfo. ltn fix !fltfr
When I go for politics 1 wl!let ,n the rea, egtate described In the
droo business." icorsDlalnt herein. Defendants
General Obregon announced h'e To K. A. Klely and W H. McCoy,
will remain in Nogafc. .until on "rJVa'li'SWiA
mbout July 20, when ho will leave ,0 a otner prfons or parties un
for Southern Mexico and his work as known claiming any right, title, es-
presldcntlal candidate in Mexico, i
Meanwhile, he Is avoiding politics
His office is in a modest two-story
balck building adjoining tbe Inter
national Line, Is a busy npoi and
much like that oVany1' ordinary
American businessman of affairs
working at high pressure.
He Is available to high and low,
be It banker, broker or lowly peon.
Recently the general, kept a banker
from Hermoslllo waiting for 15 min
utes while be straightened out tbe
passport tangle of a poor Mexican
who wanted to cross Into tbe U. 8.
for shopping in Negates, Ariz.
GltOVK OP HEQUOIAH
AUBURa Cal., Aug. 3. Placer
county,. California, possesses a grove
cf big. tree ."tbst compare favorably
t wtkt,he, wonders of the Yoserolte.
jk&TkY ftgver a ,nall one, la in tbe
nountBijkot?,tk) town of Forest
Hill, aidriijsAwick of roads and
trails i Tlslt'ed by only a few persons
Tbe Auburn Automobile club baa
asked tho co-operation cf the forest
service in preserving tbe trees and
making them accessible to tbe tour
SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Aug. 3.
The memorial tree planted In
honor of Lieut. John Black Clarke
In the gurden of the home of Ed
ward Gljbert has been registered on
the national honor roll being com
piled by tbe American Forestry asso
ciation at Washington, according to
word received here by Mra. Ollbert
Lieut. Clarke was In tbe Ralabaw
division and was killed in tktAr-
gon'ne drive. lw
late. Hen cr Interest in the ruaf es-J
tate described In the complaint berc-f
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF .OTK'K TO PROPERTY (IWVKim
You, and each and all of you, are.
hereby summoned to appear and'
answer the cornpfclnt filed against
you in the above entitled suit, within
six weeks from the Tth day o July,
1920, the date of tbe first publication
of this summons In the Evening
Herald, a dajly and weekly news
paper published at Klamath Falls,
Riamam wrany, wa w "re.n' Common Council
and of general circulation In sa!dKimnh pti.. nr
m . .Centra! Garage m , I
I I CLIVItNTDXrVUTOMOBILE COMPANY; GLEVBLANdT OhW J I'
lr Zq II
OX KLAMATH AVh.VUK IIK
TWKKX th AND IPh ritKKT
THAT TIIKY HAVK SMI HAYS
FROM 1ST I'L'HI.ICATIOV OK
THIS NOTK'K IX WHICH TO
FII.K AITMCATIONS TO I'AV
AKHKSSMKXTH IX TKX AX.MJAL John J
INHTAM-MKNTS. John J
Notice Is hereby given that the
of the City ot
ec-.n. did by ordl
John J Mahl
Rlph II Moi
Itnlph II Moss
K A "u'd ng
E A Spadldlng
K A. Hpauldlnc
Mrs Sadie Hartley
mit v t" r:r li?" i'vvr'R , 'n
Iki- ,v n;tt Ti--
TIM'V Mvr SI llVS
Oscar t, fUorf'a HhUe
'F!M I. .11 e A K-rer
1ST I'l'HI,! 'AT HIS ' TMIM VII. Jr. 8lfVkny
TK'F IV HI'I H
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Nnt're l hi r-by g'-'n liut the
otherwise plead within said time, the
plaintiff for want thereof,wJU tpply
to tbe above entitled court for the
relief demanded in bis complaint
filed In this suit, as follews:
For a decree of said court remov
ing ai clouds from the title of tbe
said property herein described,' and
determining all adverse claims of
said defendants, or any or either of
them, or any other persons or Prtles t jnentoned termnI 8ml extending lat-
inereiu, uuu wuici u iuc uuc ui ltgTv io the center of the restfect Ive
V i Pl-y l-Elt
r, rs E.I-.R '!chnin.ck...,
v U Johnson .,
f'Urlrc llfrfirti . ,
E'lnu M Schnllock
II N Mf.e
Herman l-jilth . ,
Kv M Vnnnlee
V S Slnugh
"dnn ,M K'lmllork ' .
f.29 81 fommrn Council of the dt) of Klri-
Iuhl!)ieil liv nrilfr nf IIir Summon r.th Fulls Orn-nn illil liv nril'r. mo
county and state; . Ince No. 515 duly adopted on th-s Council undr cuthor'ty of scson No 5H duly adoptid on te 2nd off,'
And yon will take notice ton ,2nd of August, 1920. approved byt 69. of tl.e Chart r of a'd citr , Aiikui, 1920. uppr-ved y tbu "n.iyor .
you fall to appear and anawer or .. ... .... ., i.i ,i,. ,.., nsi..i m KNtnuii, ri.iu nrnn t. ih. 7n.i .inv nt Anrn.i i'ic ,in. K(i
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1920, Hectare the proportionate ar,- August jra. jyii iare in proporntnite nse-rMuni , ...
sessment upon each lot. part of lot, A. I. LEAVITT juoon each lot p-rt of lot, block Olid j Ur;" Jj' P,aM",t
block and acreage property found tn, Police Judge of the City .icrtnge property found to b 'ien-. J,,pn." " l!'"
be benefited and liable for a prcpor- of Klamath FjjIIs, Ortrcn If td and liable for a prottnrtloiiMtu I ,,? , " iV ,M"r ,
ttonatn nhari. of the crut of Imnrnv.nc Aug. 3-13 ! sl'are of the cost of 'rniirovlnc Wtm'i-i1 ',r',,'' r Wnnlon
..-...- .....-..-..-- f ....... .1 ........ . ..
i-ngun in! irom nrst Mret eust-i j-uoiien (y order or the Commcn
. , crly to 3rd Ktreet, lnrludlng liilir-inunc'l. under aullioMly of trvctlon
Klamath Avenue from Sth Street to I
11th Street. The property so us-1
505 4 1
land described In the complaint
herein, a follows, to-wlt:
"Commencing at the Intersection
of tbe Westerly line of Eleventh
Street and the Northerly line of High
Street In the City of Klamath Falls
Oregon; thence Southwesterly along
tbe jvortneny line or Hign street izu
feet: thence Northwesterly at right
sessed by said ordinance is all that .FOUR-YEAR-OLD HAS .sections The projrly so aessid, 2C9, of the charter of ald city.
property lying adjacent to said partu ..,.., by tald ordinance la nil thai propeily waieti nt Klnmnth Falls, Oregon,
of said street between the above NARROW ESCAPES lying adjacent to said part of suid, August 3rd, l&l'O
"i-'et hetween me niiove mentioned A I,. LEAVITT.
termini and extending l.itorly to the I'nllrp. Judge of the City
DIOCKS lying aujacent IO sam paria r-nvavrt . i . , ,nll,!t u ' rtapecuve HjiiCKH lyinai i nmmain rails, uregon.
of sad street so far as the nroDOsed ....., v..., i.h. .. uimu aujuceni xo ain pans or sain sireti '" 'i;t
us nam nirci bo ir iue iiriipusvu - ' " - .m.-.., ,., r.,., i.n, .., nun, ,,-t, -
improvement extends thereon,-' in- Raulstun, four years old, has won I to far as the proportd Improvement!
eluding properties In the quarters of the title of Fresno's "XJAro-Uovll I 'Jtt-nda thereon. Including projwrt'es'
the four blocks abounding any Inter- n,,v.. .. lhp rM1., nf ,hr.fc mirn,. '" the .(juarters of the four bl'cks. '
...,.i i-i...i i t,i .,..i i. l,ttU)r i" tne result or three mlrncu-l,.h,,,,n,Hn ., inihrI..in inVnivii
section involved In said proposed lm- """' "" "" """'" '"" abounding any Inlomctlon Involved
provement. ,cu cap from death during the' In said proposed Improvement.
That the DOCKET OF CITY Mat month. ' That thu DOCKET OF CITY
LIENS has been made up as pro- n8 recently drank coal oil. but Llrn nan been mado up hh provided
- ". .
leeiiT ......... l.. ... nc .. ..... .i ....
' uku uv ilti on ds ui iiitt i.iiarir. .. ...
with : ., .v.: ,,.,,- i . ii.r.1 i.. mnereu no ui iiii,
by suction 208 of thu Charter, and
120 feet to the
SK.,no or 1weveilln1Bald ordinance, so atses-ifed as afore- bile and struck his head on tho pave- ordinance, no nwrsed ns aforesaid, ju.in j A iti,,,.,,.,.
" . ,erlJ Ion,ald, and as shown by such Bend Lien ment He Hiistulm-d only a Mllght nn1 8how" ,,y M,,r, ,lon'1 '''cn Mummon
s. ct-Bleventb 8treet,jocketi ,OKOtllPr wlUl Uo totIlI " '',,"'' ! Llf, 'M lOBrtlwr with tho tola!
i place'-of beginning: alnount ai)l)p,,e, against the prop- '""ailon. to weeks luter ho lind umom nMCiid against tho prop-l SACIIAMENTO, 'A
STOCKTON. Aug. 3 I'aul Wer
ier, I.odl butcher clurg"d with the
angles to High Street 120
inence jortiieasieriy parallel wiii'and tho following Is a list of the f"""" " "" " "-f'th following Is n list of tho names murder of John W. Hummel. April
the Northerly ; line jf High Street 120 names of ownerg cf thy property, by he Jumped from a moving nutomo- of owjern of the property, by said Htli, mjs acnultted by a lurv in
feet to the wesfeiBEilne of Eleventb .,,.i.i ..ti ,... un o.-...,...! ,. ... t.n,. .i,.i, v,iu i.n..,i .. .v,.. ..,.... oriiiniinrn. m i.ii..,i , nfnriuiit,i ... . . . """-" "' " i"iy in
Street; thenea-EBjfkeasterly aIongl.i,i n,i ,,' i. ', iinn.i i.r..n . and as shown hv mich iinmi i.'on ,U"'I J- A- ' luminor s court.
tbe Westerly Una
ug 3. Death
, fKW IEXCIIj HUPI'LY
JVLBUQUEkQUE, N.' M Aug. 3,
' Vencll.'wbod toay aoon be taken from
the Manzano forest, near here, said
to be tbe larglat' dr foreat In the
aouthwest. A representative of an
' eeetersi -peacll mspHfacterlBg. fjrro
, reeeatljr iespected the forest. H
' lild' th.eitWm.ipily of cedtr;
v wkiefc teaoil eeaSulee kere aleHBd
4 mob. U Ktlcellr f one,
and being a portion of Lots JB. and)er,y of each owner; and reference 13 his nurrowest escape when be wa,rty of tn-h owner; und ruforenco is removed- on of thu old nHll..nt f
O of Block 5,- Nichols Addftfon to bcroby I1)aUH t0 8Uch ,lotk(t 0, cnry performing zh a clown on bd wrings, lT..by mudo to such docket of CITY .,. cly J' " ' ' ""'"J" "f
tbe,c?.lty'.K.K,f?8Lh ??"" 0reK?n-.LIEN8 r a detailed desrrlptlon cf tt t(!ton,, ., room .. h(H '.,,. ' URNH for a delallcd description of I '" e7' "h" Mr,- J"-
(Situated In the Southeast quarter!oach ,ot block ,iarl of j0t or block k ,, I . , ', . "'" '" 'll. l""-t of lot or block Mln- w"' "' Thomas Jackson, died nt
of tho Southeast .ouarter of Section. .i ,.-.,..... .,..:. ... ,..i mate, Iti-Blnu Nestrom. He MrM
29 Township 38 Bcuth of Range 9 Further notice Is also given tho turned some somerpaults on the
East of the Willamette Meridian.)''; I reBpectlvo property owners ho ns- springs, then renumbering un act he
,,H,h ,.,,. w ,(,! ana j,orein below mentioned hfl,i ,, i
the owner thereof in fee simple, and
that tbe defendants, and eacb of
them, and all other persons, includ
Ing said persona nnknown, be forever
enjoined and debarred from asserting
any claim whatever in or to said land
adverse to tbe plaintiff herein; and
for such other and further relief a
to tbe court shall seem meet and
agreeable to equity.
This summons la published pur
suant to an order of tbe Hon. D. V.
Kuykendall, Judge of tbe abore en
titled court, made on tbe Itti'day of
luly, 1920, and the first publication
.hereof Is made in tbe Evening
iterant on tne 7tn day or July. lSio.
and tbe last blicatie wMnrt-Baa4j
oaiae jsujW oc Augnat..iiis. ,4,
AaHeraer for Plaintiff.
that such assessment la due and pay
able, and v.111 be delinquent from and
had seen In the circus he began to
bounce high In the air und finally
after the exniratlon of 20 duvs from bounced out of the window to the
the dato of the first publication of pavement In the alley,
this notice, (suid first publication w,,en cglna ran ,0 ,lU deRC110i
MQh Uod wag brush,nK the "lrl ,rom hiH
Tbe property owners saassesged clothes. No bones were broken,
must either pay in cash or make and ., m
file with the Police Judge of tm'il. UNOINKKKH MKKTIXO
city tbelr applications to pay sirh
assessments In ten annual Install- "
ments, within tbe 20 days, beginning ,PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 3, Engl-
wltk. tbe first publication of tbls neers from man sections of tbe
.mil ucrefigu property so assosseil
Further notice Is also given thu
respective property ownern so as
sessed und heroin below mentioned
that such iisHUfcHment Is, duo und pay
able, and will bo (lollnnWent from and
after tho expiration of Mstdays from
tho date of tho first publication of
tho home of her son,Kriink I). Jack-
OIIOVILLK, Aug. 3.Flvo rosl
dencnH In the vicinity of Lns Plumas
were destroyed by fire Just prior to
this notlco, (said first publication Ule M,lnu'hlng of blazo which has
rugeir tor the past forty-eight hours.
. . . United States areeiteef to attend
1 Afalnrt PriViU?rar,Vt,0D ol'& ",a
lianas 1 IISS.SJ tsjartTn'Eliilaeers'U) be held
ato.sr .. ZZiTi "-. i-.. ..- ..
540 70 'T', i
110.13 reclaasatisk service is president.
will bo on tho 3rd day of August,
The proporty owners so asnessod
must either pay In cash or make and
Me with the Police Judgo of said city
.their applications to pay such as
sessments Jn ten annual. Installments,
within the 20 days beginning ,,wltb
tbe first publication of this netice:
Names Against Property
Emma Wing... .. 1116 315
Emma Wing-.., 280.61
Percy V..Bnrk,.., SM.iS
Percy V. Bark IMAM
Winfrled U. Foster Mt9
EsDtna Mills, James Mills
KHKB KKrT TRKATMENT
LOH ANGELES, Cnl., ADg. 3.A
fee corn clinic will be provided for
residents of'Ixis Angeles under pro
visions now being worked' out by tbe
city council. ,
Free treatment will also be given
for bunions, broken arches and' other
foot trouble. .
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