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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, RRPtJUtBUti I, iaag
roil Till! INDIVIDUAL AND FOIt TUB HTATH
A Porion with No IMucnllon hai but One Olitmco In 160,000 to
Itondnr Dlnllnculnhml Horrlco to Dm 1'ubllo (
With Common Hchool Education 4 Chances
With High Hchool Education 17 Chances
With College Education 100 Chances
ARK YOU GIVING YOUR CHILD WW GHANCHT
THOSE HTATK8 ARE WEALTHIEST THAT HAVE INVESTED
MOHT IN EDUCATION
Oregon Agricultural College
Through i "Liberal and Practical Education
prepare tho Young Man and Young Woman
(or Uiuful Citizenship and Successful Careen In
Agriculture Engineering Mining Home Kconomlra
Ouniuinrco l'liarmacy Fowntry Vocational Education
Tho Training Includes PHYSICAL EDUCATION, MUHIO, KNOMBII,
MODERN I.ANOUAOK, AHT nnd (ho Other Kanontlala ot a
(Standard Technical Collngu Courao ,
FA I.I. TKIIM OPENS HKITKMIIKH 80, 1000. TUITION IH PHKK.
YOfl INKOIIMATION WRITE TO
TIIK IlKGISTItAlt, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallls, Ore.
LONDON, Aug. 20, (Mr Mall).
Charges that tho Harblnn mllllnrx
force hnvo stopped n llrlllnh nnd n
Cnnadlnn mission from doing relief
work In Montenegro nru made by
Alex Dlvlno of Wlncheatnr In a state-
tuout ho haa Juit laauod.
Mr. Dovlnn describe himself aa a
friend ot Montenegro whom) "only
latereat In that country la that t
ahall have tho chance of determining
Ita own fato a right that haa been
denied to Montencgrlna alone of all
tho recognised allied natlona. owing
to ,b. forcible solsure of their conn -
iry oy ncrmon iroops. air. uevino-or llonania Ilranch of Oregon Call
denies the report that he la a "naldifornla Eaatern Hallway Company
agent" of Nlcholaa, formerly king of
Mr. Devlne alleges that the Itrltlah
rollef mlialon wna prevonted from
entering Montenegro by thn Korblan
military forroa acting on ordora from
Uclgrado nnd under throata of via
lenco wna compelled to retire to a
baao In Italy.
According to Mr. Devlne, tho Can
ndlnn medical mission headed by
Colonel Ilurnham which had been op-
eratlng in Montenegro for, eomo tlmo M,NIMUM FEB B,Uj ADOPTBD
atopped. Ho atatca that Colonel i IIY THE KLAMATH COUNTY
Ilurnham haa appealed to the !lrltlah MEDICAL BOCIETY, SEPT.
foreign aecrotary for protection In- rtm. .... J; '"L'r. , .
... ' ... .... , Omco ralla IS to ft: laboratory
forming tho aocrvtary that "Ilia aeri- wort extra.
ouineii of thn altuatlon here, created Realdcnco calla, day $'4.00; night, 8
by tho fiorba, admlta of 'no deloy" and . P- " -. 99.
..king that tho Brill rnniZVt tlVi,:0' "
eniuro tho safety of tho minion. Mr. Special emergency calla or absolute
Dovlno ijuotus Colonel Ilurnham aa quarantine caeca, CO to 100 per
nccualng tho Serblona of aeUIng tho .?cnt ,n.c.re.'
boat, and materia, of tho minion and "IncVeio Er b.1dcJdr.:POrt,0tt"
of terrorizing hla pooplo. Mr. Do- Consultation or advlco by telephona,
vino aaya: 11.00.
"Colonel Ilurnham aaya that ho
baa been threatened with ......Ina-
tlon and that tho mlialon Is aplod on
to auch an extent that even tho alck
are afraid to come to tho hoapllal
for relief. Tho colonol adda:
Those cool September days are a warning to tho caroful
buyor that wlntor la coining and that the tlmo la now ripe
for BUYINO WOOD. .
WINTER IH COMING
Place your ordora with us now for Oreen Blab and Block
Wood while the summer prices are on, for bad roads are
suro to bring advances In price BUY NOW. .
O." Peyton & Co.
" 'When tho veil la lifted from tho
Iwk country thoro will bo found a
condition of nffnlra which will coino
na a ruiln ahock to tliono who hnvu
put their confidence and given tliulr
hulp to Kerhln. Tho reign of terror
la complutu, thorn nro not mnny Mon
tenegrins, nnd In another yoar thoro
will bo noun left. The entlro country
la mourning and It la no longer po'a-
alblo for Iheao pcoplo to nxlat. many
hnvo lout tholr rouson nnd all nro In
tho direst dlatrraa, Montenegro la
being dono to doalh.' "
I A turnip seed la sold to Increase
Ita own weight fifteen time In a
notice for miNt
Notice la hereby given that blda will
be received at the Hank of llonania.
i"n 0r"."'J "til o'clock p.m
'nl.l... IktA .. aft.. ..ai
l,, - ionof ihiTJlrS: i .7.3.
fr.om lA,,on1H P'" , ,0 "I?,"0" "
iPlua ' I'lana and apecltlcatlona
!,, j ,, at ,,, ,Uf)k of ,on.
ansa. Thn privilege of rjnctlngany
and nil bifla la rcaerved.
Dated: September 4, 1M0.
II. O. IIOItN
J. L. BPAltRETOnN
Truatoea of Kail road fund, Don
ansa Ilranch, Oregon California
and Eaateni Itallway. .
Consul tatlon $10.00.
Oeneral aneatheala $16.00 and up.
Ordinary confinements 160.60 and
. u?',, ,. .. .
HHIP YOUR CAHRS
or parcola by our tranafer
aorvlce. That will Inauro
that they will bo carefully
handled and that thoy wilt
alwaya roach boat or train
on time. We don't bellovo
In any last minute ship
nenra. We alwaya get there
In plenty of tlmo to raako
uro the gooda we carry will
not bo left behind.
WeaUrn Tranafer Co.
4 IB MaU St.
QUAINT OLD-WORLD CUSTOMS
Whitsuntide Superstition In Parts of
England Annual "Chelae Roll
ing" In Small Vlllags.
An old atipcrxllilon Mill llugera In
oiiio purta of Eniclinid, mitnbty Derby
'hire, nnd Induce people to rlao un
uauully enrly on Whltauntlde morn
'tig In order Unit they limy nee the
um rlae, for they frankly bellcvtf that
whuRiocvcr request Is proffered the
Almighty at that pnrtleulnr moment
la certain to be granted.
The county of Northampton celp
tiratea an old cuttom, dating froni the
Umo of Queen Elltabeth. nnre In 20
vearx. Tlio scene of It la the village
Vvry enrly on While Monday, bands
of men are stationed nt tho by-wnys
of tint pnrlah, who dvinund toll of nil
ucdentrlnna. Kliould they rcfiinc, they
nro heli), IioIhIciI mi n aloiit pole, and
carried to tint vlllneo nmldst tho
cheera nnd Jeers of the apeclntors.
Thn origin of the "cheeiMf rolling"
vhlch tnkea place enrly In tho quiet
llllle tlllnge. of lllnlllp. In tho Chcl
ienlinm ilUlrlct, In lot, like mnny
iiKirr, In llin in I nl h of nntliiilty, but
liH'nl anitliiient fnrhlila It dying out. A
atilmtniillnl round rheee la aet rolling
dim ii n sleep bill tilth nil thn young
utid netle meinlieri nf the populntloil
In lint purault. Ileforc It run bo enp
Inn'il runny of the men lire rolling nT
(er, but Hie clieene evmleH tin. inn
Jorlly of tliem, JTnd uaimlly fulls In
llui lol of niio of tlio cniiipiiiiy uho
lint iiiniiiij.'id to keiii hla feet.
BEAR MOST POWERFUL BEAST
Easily King of Thm All, as Far aa
His Physical Strength Can
A man rowing does one-third as
imirti unrk na nn ox plowing, '
An ox plowing doea n little more
fhnu hnlf tho work of an uvernge cart-bunu-
hnullng a ton of conl.
A rnniel mrrylng MO iounds on Its
bark Is nearly eiunl to two average
bornea, while nn elepbnnt, which will
bear a load of bulf a ton or lift a log
of teak (if the same weight. Is worth
In muscular power rntbvr more than
three good camels.
The lion, usually known as the king
of beasts. Is by no menns the strongest.
Ita atreiiRth la estimated aa thnt of alx
men only, while thnt of a full-grown
Indian tiger la n third greater.
Neither of thoae aulranla la equal In
muaculnr power to the bear tribe, of
which the Hlar nod the grizzly are
the Mrongeat. A grizzly weighing about
1,000 fiounda bus been aeen to carry
a atrer weighing ROO pounda up a
ateep mountnln-sldc for over half a
mile. Ita strength la at leaat twice
that of u lion.
A gnrllln four feet alx Inches In
height has tho strength of four strong
men. It can bend double a pair of
llMMire mm barrels In Ita paw.
Tlio African buffalo and tbo Indian
gatir or wild ox nre the two largest
nnd most powerful of the buffalo
trllie. It la doubtful If 12 men could
hold a gnur, which stands as much as
six feet high, and Is oer eight feet
Isinglass Is the drliM swimming
blndders of several varieties of fish.
The amount of gelatin In Isinglass Is
from 80 to 03 per cent and even more.
It Is prepared by tearing the air blad
der or sound from the back of the Ash,
from which It has been loosened by
striking several blows with a wooden
club, then washing In cold water. The
black outer skin Is removed with a
knife, again vfnshed and spread on a
board to dry In the open ntr, with the
white shiny skin turned outward. To
prevent shriveling or shrinking the
bladders must be fastened to a drying
board. The best quality of Isinglass
(lines from sounds that arc dried In
tho sun. After doing the sound Is
again moistened with warm water and
tho Interior shiny skin Is removed by
hammering or rubbing. Flnnlly It Is
tolled between two polished Iron roll
er. Clsrlcal Expedient,
The English preacher, Stephen Jenk
ins, was not,, a highly edurnted mnn,
but ho had a nntlvo wit which often
helped .'lira out of difficulties. One
Sunday while rending ns the Scripture
lesson tho third chnpter of Daniel, he
came to a bntch of words thnt gave
him trouble. "At whnt time ye hear
tho sound of the cornet, flute, bnrp.
sackbut, psaltery, dulcimer," etc. Now
this list of Instruments Is repeated sev
eral times In tho chapter, and tho sec
ond tlmo ho stumbled through It with
even greater difficulty than the first.
Before ho reached It ugaln, however,
he had dUcoered a way of escape. 8o
the third time be relieved both him
self and his listeners by reading with
the utmost gravity. "And the bnnd
played aa before." Boston Ttanscrlpt
"Towsr of the Winds."
There was a water clock erected nt
Athena, Oreece, In the second year of
the first century before Christ. It la
octagonal In plan, '.' feet high and 20
feet In diameter. Toward the top of
each side It Is sculptured vlth vari
ous symbols ot tho wind. Originally
the structure was surmounted with a
bronze Triton which served aa
"So that clever woman player's
father was a dentist? That accounts
"Accounts for wbati"
"Her good bridge work." .
UHi: OltANDMA'H HAofe TEA AND
riUM'HUIt RECII'K AND NO
BODY WILL KNOW
Tho use of Sage and Sulphur for
reatorlng faded, gray hair to Ita nat
ural color dates back to grandmotb
er'a fine. She used It to keep her
balr beautifully dark, glossy and at
tractive. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear
piled with wonderful effect.
anco, this simple mixture was ap-
liut brewing at homo Is mupsy and
out-of-dnto. Nowadays, by asking at
tiny drug store for a CO cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Boge and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, Improved by tho addi
tion of other Ingredient, which can
bo depended upon to restoro natural
color nnd beauty to tho hnlr.
A well known downtown druggist
says It darkens tho hair so natural
ly and evenly that nobody csn.tell It
has been applied. You simply damp
en a spongo or soft brush with It,
nnd draw this through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. Dy morn
ing the gray hair disappears, and af
ter another application or two, It be
comes beautifully dnrk and glossy.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
You are hereby notified that the
Board of Equalisation will attend on
September 13, 1020(the second Mon
day In September) at the county
judge's office In the oldest court
houee, and will remain in session
for thirty day from that data for
the purpose of exaralntag the assess
ment rolls for the 'year 1810, and
correcting all errors la valuation,
description or qualities ot lead, Iota
or other property aaaessed by the as
sessor. It ahall be the duty ot an
persona Interested to appear at the
time and place appointed.
All protests against valuations
fixed by the assessor must be tiled
with the board during tho first tea
days of saM session.
J.. P. LEE,
SALE OF TIMBER
KliAMATH INDIAN RESERVATION
LITTLE SPBAGUE UNIT
Scaled bids In duplicate, marked
outside "Bid Little Sprague Unit."
and addressed to the "Superintend
ent, Klamath Indian School, Klamath
Agency, Oregon," will be received
until 2:00 o'clock P. M.. Pacific
time, Wednesday, October 37, 1920,
timber on about 3,600 rcrcs on
for tho purchase of the merchantable
Spraguo River In townships 34 and
36 South, Range 8East, Willamette
Meridian. This unit la estimated at
40,000,000 feet D. M mostly west
ern yellow pine ot wnicn anout
6.000.000 feet la on about 480 acres
of approved allotments, and as to
wnlcn separate approved contracts
with the Indian owners may prob
ably be made. No bid will be ac
cepted for less than F4.00 for yel
low and sugar pn.o ana incense
cedar, and $1.60 for other species
during the period ot the contract
ending March 31, 1924. Prices sub
sequent to that date will be fixed by
the Commissioner ot Indian Affairs
for three-year periods. Each bid
mast state the rate per M that will
be paid for each kind of timber dur
ing the first contract period ending
March 31, 1924, and most be ao
comnanled by a certified check oa a
solvent National Bank drawn in fa
vor ot the Superintendent of the
Klamath Indian School In the amount
of 110,000.00. The deposit will be
returned to unsuccessful biaaers, out
retained as liquidated damages If
the successful bidder shall fall to
execute contract and furnish satis
factory bond for 116,000.00 within
60 days from the acceptance of hla
bid. The right Is reserved to waive
technical defects and to reject any
or all bids. For copies ot contract,
regulations, fuller description ot the
area, and other Information, apply
to the Superintendent of the Klam
ath Indian School, Klamath Agency,
Washington, V. C, August io,
1st pub. Aug. 19 7h. & Sat. 12t
NOTICE OF HALE OF 1HR1GATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
sealed proposals will be received un
til the 20th day of September, A. D.
1910, at the hour of two o'ciock in
tha afternoon, for the purchase ot
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(100,000.00) worth ot bonds of tho
Langell Valley Irrigation District ot
Klamath County, Oregon. Said bonds
to draw latereat at tne rate oi aw
ner cant nor annum, oavable semi
annually upon the tint day ot Jaly
aad the first day ot January ot each
year until the maturity ot said bonds.
Sealed proposals will ho received
by the Board of Directors of said
Irrigation District, aad shoald bo di
rected to the secretary ot the Lan
gell Valley Irrigation District, care
of Ferguson. Fletcher - MlffUa. No.
16 Loomls Building, juamam raiia
The Board ot Directors reserve
the right to reject any er all bids
A. L. WISHAKD,
Secretary of the Board of
Directors of Langell Vol
ley Irrigation District.
Klamath Falb Cyclery
We handle tho beet In oar line.
each aa Motorcycle, Bicycles, I
ran ana Accessories, oooayear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires
and Tabes. The bouse of the
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Barley-Davidson Berries.
PHONE 39 .
l. O. CIiEORORN
Civil Engineer and Bnrreyor
. Office 617 Mala Bt
Phones t Oflee f. See. ItsU
O. K. FEED 4b SALE
Under new 'manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses; harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. C WiMcarrwr
Dr. P.M. Noal
aub wern: cm
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION!
ffexv The regular meetings
danBsm m.h pm Na. 1.
GH America. Legion. wlU ha
nw neia at s ocmkk p. bb.. a
the City Hall la Klamtth Falls, oa
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are In
vited. Thoas desiring to Jola the Pott
may aecare application blanks from
0. K. Vaa Riper, Fred Nicholson, er
1. H. Camahan. att ot Klamath Falls.
FRRD NICHOLSON.' Secretary.
Tha only placa when you
can gat help and tha only
place whare you can gat a
1034 MAIN ST.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duda
In Our Sude"
Cornar Main and Cong ar
Proawt Service aad
Rates, also. Special Rates osOet
ot Town Trips
Workmen attending tha pans la
salt work are-'never known io have
cholera, small-pox, scarlet fever or
The outside walls ot many ot the
housesja Mexico are troaajthraa feet
to six feet thick to withstand earth
two and three wheelers, laclid- " ! warn I
lac Harley-Davldson Berries.
C , MMaVUHC
(I - W JiruvuirLoJ u l u u u u i-i.t.-.t.t. . lvl - l uul u lu rui
ass a aval aafc ntsnsnsess wssi i
AH Kan f Ma afaaT
-Sew OsMa.Mada to OreW
Axle Btaaafltfaadag as
FRED WESTERFELD L
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Bargee
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
LO.O. P. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND STJROEON
Rooms 1 aad 9
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBOaT
Keetdoflce Whlta Pelieaa Ratal
Resldeaoe Phone I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKREN HUNT HOSPITAIi
Day Ftveatt, 44r7 Nigh Pheae, I
SAW MILL ENGINEERING A
heat sdasrte. Dredging- Pfla drtfana.
Office Corner Spring aad Oak
Near B.-P. Depot
I am now nraaarad ta imrsJafe
Shasta Band from tho Hoey. Uaat
sand aad gravel net, la any anaatlty
that may he desired by eeatraeterr
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Rsj-Glazinf aad CaMavat
Eleventh and Pine
Klamatk Lodga N. 1ST
Meets Friday night ot each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main streets.
H. H. Ogle, N. G.; W. C. Wells, Sec
retary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O.
O, F., meets Tuesday night ot each
week at I. O. O. F..hall. Harry
Loucks, C. P.; W- D. Cofer, Scribe;
Fred Bueslng, Treasurer.
ARTHUR B. WILaKHf
THE ARCADE HOTEL
loss at main sr.
The place vrieh
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Feartli aad fla ilf..tovrtujl
Oft. Phoaa tlT.
plenty ef fresh asrV
SbVsfW eOrssafj W
rates te saset rsstj