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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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KMMATH INDIAN IlKHKllVATION
I1ITTI1H HPIlAmiM UNIT
Healed hid In duplicate, marked
outililu "lllil Lltllo Bpragini Unit,"
and wild round io the "Huporlntond
rnl, Klamath Indian Hchuol, Klumath
Agency, Oregon," will bo rocnlved
until 3:00 o'clock P. M Pacific
time, Wednesday, October 27, 1020,
timber on about 3,600 acres on
(or tbe purchase of tlm merchantable
flpraguo lllver In townships 34 and
SB Houtb, Itsnga I Host, Willamette
Meridian. ThU unll la estimated at
40,000,000 feet II. M., mostly west
ern yellow pine of which about
6,000,000 feet li on about '410 acre
of approved allotment, and a to
which Repnrnto approved contrnci
with the Indian ownera mar prob
ably bu nindo. No bid will bo Ac
cepted for lvi than $4,00 for yol
low and sugar pli.o and Incense
codar, and 11. 00 for other spcclos
durlnic thu porlod of tlio contract
ending March 31, 1024. Price ub
sequent to that ditto will bo fixed by
tho Commissioner of Indian Affair
for thrco-yitar period. Knch bid
must stato tho rate por M that will
bo paid far oach kind of timber dur
Inn tlio first contract period ending
March iJ I, 1024, mid must bo ac
companied by n curtlfled chuck on a
sulvunt National Hank drawn In fa
vor of tho (Superintendent of tho
Klnmnth tnitliiii Hrhnnl In tlm nniminl
of $10,000.00, Tho deposit will boj
ath Indian flchool, Klamath Agency,
Washington, I), 0,, August 10,
1st pub, Auk 10 Th. ft Sat. 12t
HIIV ABOUT ItlHINd
TOKIO, July 24, (lly Mall).-
Modnrn Japanenu art I endangered
by luck of model. An unusual gath
ering of 90 girl model and moot of
tho prominent aculptor and painter
wa held to try to solve thu question
of tho demand for girl to pone. Tho
art school udvortlsod and received
only seven niiswar. Of tlirno seven
applicant only four woro willing to
pone In tho nudo and nnno of tlimn
remained very long. Thny receive a
sniary ranging iroui izj io r,u a
month and arn expected to do two or
throe two-hour Hitting a day.
con, OCT. 29,
AT SUIT LAKE
TILTKII I'AltMHIt "I'lltKI)"
IIKHLIN, Aug. 3, (lly Mull).
Count Minister, who wun first oiiuor
ry to thu former king of Haxony and
slnco ha hald nil Important portion
In tho Itepiibllcnn mlnlntry "7or ntcrl-
or sui.uuu.uu. Tlio iirpoyit will no cuUur lttll loc UIIimBry dls
returned to unsuccessful blddori, but . ,
retained a liquidated damage If) """"
Tno explanation given on nenair or
the government for hi dismissal I
that the count had mild In public
that Ilorr Hchwarz, hi rhlnf, tho
present minister for agriculture, for
merly a metal turner, "didn't know
anything about agriculture" only In
lot respectful term.
the successful blddor nhnll fall to
t'Xecuto contract and turnUh satis
factory bond for $1C;000.00 within
HO day from the acceptanco of hi
bid. Tho right I reervod to waive
technical defect ind to reject any
or all bid. For cople of contract,
regulation, fuller description of, the
area, and other Information, apply
to tbo Ruperlntendent of tbe Klsm-
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Iloforo an aoroplano li considered
prfect, It ha to paia through 200
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will aland Inspection and command
approbation If you hava u tailor It
for you from our exclusive fabrics In
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guarantee a perfect fit alwaya. The
wearer of a ault made by ua ha
alwaya the satisfaction of feeling
himself perfectly drossed.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
AT THE THEATERS
Louis Uennlion'a latest rolcaui.
"High I'ockets," begin with a mys
tery, develop In a mysterious way,
and ends when the hero ho brought
to light all tho shrouded Incident
from which tbe story grow.
"High rockets" will be presented
at tho Liberty Theatre tonight.
The opening of tho story show the
finding of n man' body by the federal
marshal, "High Pocket" Henderson.
He soon tearna that the man I a
rancher from' tbo east, and later dis
covers a reason for'tho murder when
he come upon a gang of cattlo
thieve In the act of rebrandlng the
murdered man' cattle. Out on the
ranch, the dead man's slater I trying
to run the ranch alone, waiting for
the coming of some one to take the
plaeo of her brother. However, "High
I'ocket" Induce her to come to town
and tako a position In tho general
store, whero he will bo able to watch
When all -chance of proving the
guilt of tbo men whom "High Peck-,
et" suspects seem slim, the murder
ed man' twin brother arrives In town.
"High l'ockot" sends tho brother to
tho gang's hangout and watches a
they cry out at tho appearance of the
"ghost," and' begin to accuse each
other of tho murder. Tho culprits
meet tbelr.Just departs.
Lake Co. Stock Ranch
320 acres in the Fort Rock country, im
proved, 9 miles of fencing, house, water sup
ply, level land. Worth. $6,400. Will sell
for half. Here only for a couple of days.
C, B. PIERCE, at Hotel Hall ,
Thla Is good wood If bought early and drlod. Do not
dolay your orders, a you must buy early If you want
cheap' wood. Fuel will be higher next winter than last,
a feed, labor and freight ore higher.
We are prepared to glvo you quick service and the best,
of wood. Our prices are cheap ,on block, wood also.
Order now and bo propurod. 1 .
O. Peyton & Co.
''WOOD TO BURN''
Tho Initiative ho been taken by
tbo California Cattleman's Associa
tion for tho calling of a Western
tntc Conference to solve Joint
problem of tho Industry. Tho big
gest of those problem I that of
Imurkutlng cattlo at a fair prlco to
tho producer. And tho tendency
among cuttlomen I decidedly tow-
lard co-oporatlvo marketing, which
(bus proven so successful among
uavia J. moainry, nccreiary oi
tho California Cattlemen' Assooia'
jtlon, ha written to association In
tunny other state of tho West, pro
posing Hint (tin Conference bo hold
Halt Lake City October 28th, 29th
kind 30th. It I suggested that of
Acorn of thn following stato associa
tion attend: Arizona, Colorado,
California, Idnbo, Montana, NuviuM,
New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Well
ington, Wyoming nnd lltuh.
In hi letter Htollery write:
"Tho above named, wbllo ropnj
Minting In nuntber onu-fourth of tbo
Htatcs. run nearly one-third of tbo
(cattlo In tho country, although In
population they comprise but about
ono-tcnth of tho Inhabitant of the
"Tholr contribution, tbercforo, to
the .Nation' food supply I tremen
Vlously In excess of their own re
quirement. "Kach season there Is a scurry to
tho Kostorn and Mlddlo Western
xnarkot of surplus rail In, unit until
bow no concerted effort has been
hiada to guago tho demand and fur
nish tho supply to more nearly ac
cord with It.
"It la this thought which prompts
Ithe suggestion by tbe California Cat
tlemen's Association that a confer
ence of all of tbo officers of the cat
tlemen's associations of tbe twelvo
itatea mentioned bo called within
tho near futuro to give consideration
to and It dcemod practical act upon
the following suggestiens:
1. A plan of action whereby the
seasonal surplus supply of cattle
front the various states can be
2. Tbo preparation of a schedule
(by which a mkire steady supply of
tattle would enter the varloua East-
lorn and Middle Western markets.
"3. National legislative matters
pertaining particularly to Federal
"4. -Knacttnont of States or Fed
kirsl legislation toward the eradica
tion or tuberculosis In range cattle
And the elimination of tubercular
tattle entering our markets.
S. Action tending to withhold
Jrom prima cattlo markets half-fat
cattle and feeder.
"C. Prevention of glutting other
state with feeders.
"7. A closer co-opcratlon ba
twecn tho states association with
respect to food and other conditions.
8. Kffort to re-establish the
branch offices, of tho United State
bureau of Markets.
I "9. Policy of, a campaign having
h It object stimulation of beef consumption."
It has been realized by cattlomon
thnt no ono stato could solve Its lo
cal problem without tho co-opcra-(tlon
of other states whoso cattlo
fcomo Into competition. For In
ktnnco: Nevada, Utah nnd Arltona
cattlo bnvo an Important Influenco
on tho California market. California
Icattlo havo Influenced the Portland
muirkot by a number of Hhlpmonts
Ithl season. California cattlo havo
como Into competition with other
Btntes at Omahai Kansas City and
tivou Chicago. Out of thU confer
unco It Is hoped will como n doflnlto
program whoroby each stuto can ills
1)080 of Its surplus cattlo at reason
able prlcos without injuring tho
hiurkot tor othor Htatcs. Marketing
unquestionably will be tho most lm-
m TIKE ITS
Itackache Is lga yosi
tteesi eating too snack
When you wake ut with backacha
and dull misery In the kidney re
gion It generally means you have
boon eating too much meat, says a
well-knownauthority. Meat forms
nrle acid which overworka the kid
neys in their effort to filter It from
tho blood and they become sort of
paralyzed and loggy. When your
aianeys goi siuggisn ana clog you
must relievo them, like you retlove
your bowels; removing all the body's
urinous wasto, oiso you nave a back
ache, sick beadacbo, dizzy spoils;
your stomach sours, tonguo Is coat
ed, and when the weather Is bad
you havo rhrjimatlc twinges. The
urino Is cloudy, full of sediment,
channels often get sore, water scalds
and you aro obliged to seek relief
two or three times during tho night,
Klthcr consult a rood, rcllabla
physician at nnco or get from your
phnrmnclnt about four ounces of
Jad Halts; take a tablospoonful In
a glass of water before breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys
will then act flno. This famous salts
Is made from tho acid of grapes and
romon Juice, combined with lltbla,
snd has bcon used for generations
to clean and stlmulato sluggish kid
noy, also to neutralize acid In the
urlno so It no longer Irritates, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts Is a llfo saver for regu
lar meal eaters. It Is Inexpensive,
cannot Injure and makes a dcllght-
rui, onorvesccnt ntnia-water drink.
j Klamath Falls Cyclery
IWa handle tbe bft la our line,
saca as Motorcycles, Dieyeies,
Parts and Accessories, Ooodysar,
Penasrlvaala and Diamond Tires
and Tikes. The house of tho
two aid three wheelers, Uelid
iBg hUrlsr-Devldsoa Serrlee.
m fc est at.
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J. O. CTjEGHOKN
Civil BsMjriaeer aad swrejror
. Office 617 Mala M.
Pfcoaesi Ode 1M, He. 10U
MINIMUM FEB DILL ADOPTED
IIY TUB KLAMATH COUNTY
MEDICAL SOCIETY, SEPT.
Office ealla S3 In r; 1borstcr
Resldcnco calls, day $'4.00; night, 8
p. m. to 8 a. m.. IB.
Proportionate increase for extra
members of tbe family.
Special emergency calls or absolute
quarantine eases, so to 100 per
Mileage $1.50 per mile. Proportion
ate increase for bad roads.
Consultation or advice by telephone,
Vaccine administration $3.00 per
(Jeneral anesthesia $15.00 and ap.
Ordinary confinements $50.00 aad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
O. O. F.
Office Phone 177W Res
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Phystrlaa ait4 n arises
Klamath Falls Oregon
O. K. FEED tft SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
L O. O. F. Temple
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M.Nel
PHTHCXAN AND CMOsO
Reowtel sad 1
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHT81CIAN AND I
RssUeaee WhIU PaMssss
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKRKN HUNT HOssTRAtj
portant subject considered by tho
PLANK nURNRD BY
BACKFIRE OF ENGINE
MAU8HFIELD, Ore., Aug, 31.
The Washington, Oregon and Idaho
company's plane that has been oper
ated horo for the past few weeks by
Lieutenant Brlggs, burned on the
Marshfleld landing field when tha
Lieutenant Brlggs and his assist
ant had started the engine and were
going to Myrtle Point. They had a
tiro otlngulshod and succeeded In
putting tho fire out once, but not!
until the machine was half burned.
. All that waa left of It was the tall,
which thoy chopped off, The plane
was fully Insured.
In tbe County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
In the matter of tbe estate oi
Hiram C. Chamberlln, deceaaed.
deralgned. administratrix of I'-n en-1
tata of Hiram C. Chamberlln. -
ceased, to the creditors of and all)
norsons having claims against tno
said deceased, to exhibit such claims,
with the necessary vouchers, within
six months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said administra
trix, at the office of Wilson 8. Wiley,
Attorney at Law, Odd Fellows' Build
ing. Klamath Falls. Oregon, wntcn
said offlco the undorslgned selects
as her Dloce of business In all mat
tura connected with tbe said estate of
Hiram C. Chamberlain, deceased.
First notice published 10th day or
LAURA E. CHAMBERLIN,
Administratrix of tho Estate of
Hiram C. Chamberlln, deceased.
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Two completo matinees every af
ternoon at the Liberty, starting at
1:10 and 3:30.
Camo to my place, known as the
Will Humphrey ranch on the Merrill
road, Sunday, August 29, 1920, year
ling bull, black, dehorned, unbrand-
ed. Owner may have same by paying
costs. Phono 1SF2. F. W. sexton.
WILL CUT CEDAIt
EX-SKRVICS MEN, ATTENTION!
The regvlar meetings
of Klamath Post Mo. 1,
American Legion, will he
held at 8 o'clock p. at., at
the City Ball la Klamath Falls, oa
tbe second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are in
vited. Those Oselrtas to Jola tho Post
may secure application blanks from
O. K. Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
I H. Camahan, all of Klamath Falls.
niD NICHOLSON. Secretary.
I asm aow areaarei (a raimaaa
Shasta Band from Ua Hear. Cam,
aaad aad gravel att, la any sjaaaHly
that may be desired aaatrartatf
The only place where you
can get help and tha only
place where you can get a
1034 MAIN ST.
Let Your GLASS trouble
C E. STUCKEY
Re-GUiinf and CahiaMt
Eleventh and Pisa
: i '
BANDON. Ore., Aug. 31. Ono of
the finest stands of white cedar on!
tbo coast la soon bo to logged by
O. M. Wllloughuy & Son, who havo
Just procured machinery for operat
ing a logging camp and sawmill in
the Rock creek district. They have
a tract, containing 1,000,000 feet of
Deal safari Oat a dbae pack
, of Dr. Jamas' Xesdsoks
NEW n LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
Klaaaatfc Udffa Ntw 132
A HaraM Waat Ad wttl seM tt
You can clear your head and rellove
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache in a moment with a Br.
James' Headache Powder. This old
time headacho relief acta almost magi-',
rally. Send some one to thetdrug store
noyr for a dlmo piu-Ungo and a few mo
neiit after you take n powder you
will wonder what bccnluo of Uie head
che, ncurnljjln uml p-ilii," Stop suffer
B It's ueedlebs. p ifj you get what
.ou ask for. v
Prompt Serrlee aad
Rates, also Special Rates oa Oat
of Town Trips
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th aad Mala streets.
H. H. Ogle, N. Q.; W. C. Wells, Sec
retary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauaa Encampment No. 41. I. O.
O. F.J meets Tuesday night of each
week 'at I. O. O. F. ball. Harry
Loucks. C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe;
Fred Bueslag, Treasurer.
GILT EDGE BUTTER 65c
Purity Brand Ice Cream 0o qt, .
Freak, Ranch Eggs 0c dos.
Milk Cream and Full Cream Cheese
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
C saM'aK: "f
THE ARCADE HOTEL
10SsV8 MAIN ST.
The alaee vrtth hoaaa ceaafarta,
deaaliasas, awaty at fraaa asr
aad ao laslda rooms.
bottom aad rates to
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Foartk aad Psaa Sts.
In Warrsa Haat Rosattal
Oft. Fhoaa 417 Kss. rktMlIlL I,