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TUESDAY, SKPTKMBHH SI, 1SBS
IHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
R. J. MURRAY
Published dally, except Sunday, by
The Heratd Publishing Company ot
Klamath ralti, at IIS Fourth Street.
ntered at the postofflee at Klam
ath Falli, Ore., for transmission tarn
the Basils aa socond-claas matter.
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of all now dispatches credited to It.
or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and alio the local newt pub
TUESDAY, 8KPTKMIIKR 31, 1IKM
SAYS TULE HRE
IS II BENEFIT
"The fire In the lulo lands ot tho
Lower lake region Is not a menace
nor an Injurr," stated M. Motschen
baeher tcday, who Is president of
tho Klamath Drainage district and
It familiar with exact condition
In the region affected by the tire.
"That tiro Is doing Just what we
want It to do that la preparing the
land for cultivation. Experience baa
shows that It would take aUeatttwo
years to get the land in the condition
that the fire la leavlnf It. In fact
the land itbetter because of the fire
than t would b after two yra "l
Uvatlon. for the reasen that It de
stroys (he aartlua tule mat and trash
and permits 'of the dlrecl cultivation
ot the soil without haying to awalU'
tie roltlng process tnai ass neravo
fere csasutatd so mch time.
"A ftreat deal of the land In OreH
gtta baa been burned over. That
which haa not been burned had
which la sow being prepared tor cul
tivation, la being burned. All ot thla
necessarily creates a great deal ot
smoke and would lead one not fam
iliar with exact conditions to believe
that great damage was being done
aad that the attuatlon bad gotten be
yoa control, instead ot being part ot
the great program for the placing ot
thla taat territory under cultivation
Office of Comptroller' ot'the cur.,endl.n a fe ( n8 cIt- trom
raner. ISwan Lake valley.
Washington,; D. C. July 30. 120.
Whereat, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the' undersigned. It haa
bees made to appear that "The Am
rirsn National Bank of Klamath
Falls," hi the eky of Klamath Falls,
la the County ot Klamath and State
of Oregon, has complied with all the
btotIsIobs ot the statute ot tne
United States required t obe com-
pllrd "Xiit- Utoiv an association
ahall be authorlxed to commence the
business of banking;
Now therefore I, John Skelton
Williams. Comptroller of the Cur
rency, do hereby certify that "The
American National Bank of Klam
ath Falls." In the City ot Klamath
Falls. In the County of Klamath and
State of Oregon. Is authorised to
commence the business of banking
as provided la Section Fifty one hun
dred and sixty-nine of tho Revised
Statutes ot the United States.
la testimony Whereof, wltaeea say
hand and seal of office this Thir
tieth day of July, list.
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS.
(Seal) Comptroller of the
NOTK'K OF HALE
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF GEORGE C. MITCHELL, DE-..
Notice is 'hereby given that the un- " White Pelican hotel,
derslgned, pursuant to an order of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pettlt are In
the above entitled court, made and town today from Merrill.
S-n1iJ?erieni,!;.l18Jh,hd,;5rnSrl Wild Bill Reed and wife are regis
September, 1920, licensing this ad-' . ..,.,. ,, , . ,
minlstrator to sell all of the follow-;1 at the Whlto Pelican hotel
Ing described lands, to wit: Lot 4 In from San Francisco.
Block 84 in Klamath Addition to a, e. Gale, with Mrs. Gale, Is In
Ki0ib";I,i town today from Bonanza attending
the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereto appertaining.
which said land is situate in Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon, will
FalU, Oregon, from and after Tues- u ,r- "n, Mr8' t'm" aion ro
day, October 19, 1920, sell at private nero visiting Mr. Walters' sister,
sale to the highest bidder therefor Mrs. J. J, Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Wnl
upon terms hereinafter mentioned, ters, who have been spending some
all of tho above described lands.'.,-.. . b.,.,l, riu-i. .m
Terms of sale are cash In band, gold ,,lme ,n Bo"n California, wl I
coin of tho United SUtes, abstract at.,eavo 00n or ' home in Sagl-
expense ot estate, or not less than
12,000 cash In hand and balance to
be paid within three years from dato
of purchase, unpaid balance to be
represented by promissory note of
purchaser, bearing 8 per cent Interest
per annum, payuble annually and
secured by a first mortgage upon the
landa above described, purchaser to
assume and pay jail taxes and assess
menta hereafter levied and accruing.
Said sale will be made subject to
confirmation by the above entitlod
court. Bids shall be In writing and
shall be left with this administrator
at the First National Bank at Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, as aforesaid.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
September 20, 1920.
Administrator with the will an
nexed of the Estate of George
C. Mitchell. Deceased.
i PERSONAL MENTION I
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. N. Moo ntnl Mrs.
I. Cnrrlor spent Sunday in Ghllonulu
w1thMr and' Mrs. C. It. Uowninn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdwnrd 11. Ahurt
hao roturueil from San Francisco.
wlur they havo been for tho past
Mrs. h. F. Wllllls has returned
from Talent, Oregon, where sho has
been with rclathes for tho past two
11. S. Orlcnby tins purchased the
North home at 721 Ninth street. Ho'
recently sold his homo on Jcttersonl
street to V. A. Rlggs.
A. Knllna was In town yesterday
from hi home nt Mnlln attending to
various ImMncts affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J Yore and Miss
Acnes l.ce left for Pendleton this
morning to attend the roundup They
will drlto through In tho Vojo car
kilns lllanchc Warren has returned
to her desk In tho First State and
Savings Hank after n vacation spent
with her parents at Illy.
W. 11. Parker Is In tow-n from Snn
Francisco to mako his monthly visit i
nt tho office of the K. D. company.
Mr. Chiuo. of Ilnnama. has boon
chosen to succeed J. E. Paddock as
secretary of tho Horsefly Irrigation
George Offlcld wa In from his
ranch In tho valley yesterday.
A. It. Wilkinson and wlto woro at
tending to business matters in Klam
ath Falls yesterday from their ranch
In the Bonanza district.
Fred Snyder left this morning for
Medford, after having spent several
days here on business.
Chester Brown IS IP Klamath Falls
jjjoday froA Medterd,
Ban T.Ukey" wis In tbo county aeat
I yesterday from bia ranch In Swan
C. A. Harden left this morning for
a few dark hunting.
Kills liable Latta has returned to
Work at the assessor' office after
a brief vacation with her family on
their ranch In the valley.
' lrs. J. E. Brattcn and Mrs. C. A.
Hayden went plummlng yesterday
near, Keno. and returned with two
tubsfull ot fine wild plums.
'Horace D. Daniels ot Bonanza was
a Visitor In Klamath Falls yesterday
Hunter Savage returned from a
hunting trip In the Odessa region
yesUrday. and reports the killing of
i George Stephenson and family are
Mrs. 0. A, Bellman left on the
morning train for San Francisco,
where she will meet.Mr. Bellman who
is already there.
Frank Thosajpson. who was with
the reclamation service here about
12 years.ago. Is In the city from Port
land, where h l llr!s it llio pres
C. W. Porter, who has been living
in Klamath Falls this summer, mov
ed to Pine nidge today.
Mrs. Ruth Gowen Is In town today
from Dorrls, where she Is connected
with the bank.
A. J. Hanan was In town yesterday
from his ranch near Midland, at
tending to business at the court
William Marx and Dr. J. 0. Pat
terson drove up from their homes st
Merrill yesterday to attend to busi
ness matters. ,
R. L. Jones of San Francisco ar
rived last night and is registered at.
the White Pelican hotel.
Miss Thelma Wise Is hero for
few days from her homo at Fortl
T. D. Woodbury Is n Klamath Falls i
visitor from San Francisco. Ho Is a
Floyd Tucker left on tho train this
morning for San Francisco,
Lloyd Porter has returned from
his vacation which he spent at Four
Mile Lake and at the Caledonia
marsh. His sister, Miss Florence
Porter, Is here from Portland, and
will take a position with the Western
Ed Geary was In town last night
from the Geary brothers' ranch on
tho Caledonia mnrsh.
fJohn Moore left this morning for
his vacation, which he will spend on
a hunting expedition.
KrORKH CLOSE FRIDAY P. M.
All local stores will be closed Fri
day afternoon on' account of the
Clamatb county fair.
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The St. Paul's Eplncopai guild will
bo entertained at tho homo of Mrs.
II. D. Mortenson, at Pollcan City,
Thursday, September 23. All morn-
hers aro urged to bo present.
MINIMUM FEE BILL ADOPTED
BY THE KLAMATH COUNTY
MEDICAL SOCIETY, SEPT.
Office calls $3 to. 15; laboratory
Residence calls, day $'4,00; alght, 8
P. m. to.S a, m., ft,
Proportionate .increase for extra
members of the family.
Special emergency calls or absolute
quarantine cases, 60 to 100 per
Mileage f 1.50 per mile. Proportion
ate Increase for bad roads.
Consultation or advice by telephone,
Vaccine administration 3S per,
dose. '. V
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General anesthesia 115.00 and up.
Ordinary confinements $50,00 and
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Who Sells Them?
The firm that carries the largest number of Standard Makes of
Phonographs and Records and specializes the one business cx
clusirely naturally docs the largest business.
We haws over 150 new Phonographh in our store and ware
house thus carrying a stock found only in the largest cities.
Your Home Needs Music
It is a well known fact that every home needs Music but many
folks' do not realize just how easy it really is to own a Victrola. A
convenient first payment and then a few dollars a month soon
Why not call in, look them over and talk Phonograph with us?
Earl Shepherd Co.
'The Leading Makes Naturally"
507 Main St Phone 282-J.
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0 ow ,lvalftblo In tho city troas-
urv for the redemption of bonds
numbored 30, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42,
i"' ,'4h 0' u 7' 4?'. i0'. J'0" D'
Ifor rcoo.OO each; and for bond nuin-
bored 7, series rc; for bond number
ed 1, Series F; bond numbered 1,
Series G, and that tho sumo will bo
redeemed by the city treasurer at her
office in the Klamath State Bank,
on or aftor October 1, 1920, and thnt
Interest on each of the bonds heroin
enumerated will cease on October 1,
IDA B. MOMYER,
City Treasurer of the
City of Klamath Falls,
NOTICE TO ritKIUTOIlH
In the County Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, In and for Klamath County.
In the Matter of tho Estata of
Notice Is horeby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of the estate of James
Phillips, deceased, by the County
Court of tho State of Orogon for
wr jM.ir ikr.iFi,.vii'iiF. i iiuinuiii uuiiiuj. uiiu un
havliiK rlulms iikuIiihI snld ustutu,
a ro hereby directed to prosent Name
with proper vouchors, verified, to
said administrator at tho Law Offlco
of Onolll and Irwin, Klamath Falls,
Oregon, within six months from tho
dato of this notice.
Dated; Klamath Falls, Oregon,
September 15, 1920,
Administrator of tho Estate
of James Phillips, Deceased
SALB OF T1MIIKK
KLAMATH INDIAN RESERVATION
LITTLE BPRAGUK UNIT
Sealed 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 27, 1920,
timber on about a.eou acres on
for the purchase of the merchantable
Sprague River In townships 34 and
85 south, Range HKast, Willamette
Meridian. This unit Is estimated at
40,000,000 feet B. M mostly west
ern yellow pine of wmen about
6,000,000 feet Is on about 480 acros
of approved allotments, and m to
which separate approved contracts
with the 'Indian owners may prob
ably be made. No bid will be ac-
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coptod for loss
14.00 for yol--
low and sugar n o and inuim
eodar, and 11.00 for othor species,
during tho period or thn contract
ondlng March 31, 1924. Prlcoa sub
sequent to that dato will bo fixed by
tho Commissioner of Indlun Affairs
for throe-year porlods, Each bid
must state tho rate ner M that will
be paid for each kind of timber dufj
Ing the first contract period eaduur
March 31, 1924, and must be ac
companied by a certlflod chook on a
solvent National Bank drawn In fa
yor rot the Superintendent of taw
Klamath Indian School in tboaraoaat
of 110,000.00. The deposit will he
returned to unsuccessful bidders, hut.
retained as liquidated damages If
the successful bidder shall fall to
execute contract and furnish satis
factory bond for 116,000,00 withla
SS. ,,y,,. fr0.m tw acceptance ot his
bid. The right Is reserved to waive
technical defecta and to reject any
or a I bids.. For copies of contract,
regulations, fuller description ot the
area, and othor Information, apply
to the SuoerlntaniUnt ni h vi."
ath Indian School, Klamath Agency, '
D. C, August 10,.
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