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THE EVEHING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OHEGOW
Pabllshed Wally except Bandar, by
fl Mmld Publishing Company of
bimu Fain, at us Eighth street.
tared at the postoftlco at Kl
Mk rail, - On., tor transmission
tfrroega the malls m second-class
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Tim Associated Pre -a la exclusively
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Tell nswsdlspatches credited to It,
r tiat.'atherwlie credited In this
tr.Md also the local news put-
r herein. ,
FRIDAY, JULY 8, 19)31.
MOfcMlMG MO MOvM AAOUT
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HALL FOR GOVERNOR
the doted season, eald game being
taken' aa evldonee ot a game viola
tlon. Lnet winter1 Deputy Oarae
Warden Stout' caught violators at
the head ot Topey grado, and owing
to tho deep snows was forced to
take his man out through Dorrls,
California, In order to reach Klam
ath Falls. Tho agent ot tho express
company, knowing Mr. Stout, took
tho shipment under protest, and
upon his own responsibility, as the
company rules prohibit It. Callfor
nln wardens hare this same trouble
In tho Blsklyous, when In tho winter
time they must pass through Mod-
ford or Ashland In order to reach
Permits to ship fish and game
during tho open season should bo
Issued tocalty, na the present sys
tem, whoro it Is necessary to wait
from three to tiro days to get snch
a permit, Is Irksome to tho sports
That tho commission should rec
ommend a law simitar to tho one
now In torco In California, making
all streams In which fish are plant
ed by the state a public highway.
and an angler on foot bo allowed
free passage along Its banks for tho
ntirnAiui nf fluhfnr. I
If the sportsmen ot the stato do
sire more Rainbow trout eggs from
the waters t Klamath county than
they are now receiving, then It Is
necessary that the following Im
provements In egg-taking and hatch.
cry facilities be made:
1st Increase the water snpply at
the Crooked Creek hatchery, which
we belleTe Is possible by going Into
tho hill aboTe the present springs
2nd Put tip another building at
Crooked Creek, so that tho combined
capacity of the two buildings will
be 100 troughs. (There are 40
trouchs at nresenL) i
ED TOR HIED
HONOLULU, Hawaii, Juno 34
(Hy Mall) The recent nomination
of Wallace Hlilcr Karrlngtott, gen
eral business manager of Tho Hono
lulu Star-Bulletin, as governor wilt
bring Into ory closo relationship tho
territorial government' and tho Press
congress ot tho world which will hold
Its sessions hero next October,
Mr. Partington, for many years
nit active odltor and newspaperman,
Is chairman ot tho Hawaiian Is
lands oxccutlvo committee which Is
In chnrgo ot tho locul plans tor tho
congress, and returned 16 Honolulu
recently from tho mainland, whoro he
contorrcd with Dr. Walter Williams
ot tho Unlicrslly of Missouri, presi
dent ot tho congress, nnd attended to
numerous details In connection with
the October, meeting.
When It was learned that tho 1931
congress would not bo held at 8yd
ney, N. 8. V Mr. Farrlngton was
one ot threo local men who Invited
the executive committee to hold the
congress sessions at Honolulu. Sluco
that tlmo he has takon an actlvu In
terest In the congress plans," and was
Instrumental In obtaining from tho
last Hawaiian legislature an appropri
ation ot $25,000 to assist In financ
ing tho entertainment ot tho dele-
Announcement was made hero re
cently that a reduction ot approxi
mately SO per cent In stoamshlp and
railroad fares, applicable to delegates
to tho congress, had been obtained.
Tho local oxocutlro committee Is
planning to charter a special stoa'r
or In which tho delegates will tlslt
bUi8ALK -Apartment house, fine
Income. Home and employment
for couplo with few thousand dollars.
J. T. WAUO CO.
Hill Mali Ml. 8
WANTKD AT ONCR Somoono to
contract tor cutting nnd stacking
70 acros at alfalfa hay on shares or
cash. John Spolck, Malln, Ore.,,
FOR SALK Cheap Dodge touring.
First class mechanical condition,
(loud llubbor. Central Oarage. 8-1 1
Fllli: ALAltM MUMALH FIIKK
Call at the Uruntmond Print Bhop,
115 North Fourth, nud got a card
showing all flro alarm signals. Hang
ono In your homo or place ot busi
ness. They aro KHKK. 8-11
There Is no conceivable happening
that would do more to weld the dlt
ferentf.sectlons ot the state together
I1 firmer union than the election ot
Charles Hall aa Oregon's next gov
Familiar with the resources and
Meeds ot all portions ot Oregon, and
fa close touch with Influential men
fas Its scattered communities through
fciawork ia the state,, chamber ot
waHBitjrw, m otuu.u, m9 ma iucsj
leader for all the commonwealth.
Tonthfnl and vigorous .intelligent
aad sincere, a paradoxical combina
tion,; ot tighter and diplomat par ex
cellence, he Is a msn that men nat
urally turn to for direction.
The Herald has no more knowl
edge of Mr. Hall's Ideas on the gov
ernorship than any other ot his
neighbors may have less. In fact
I alt ot tho principal islands ot the Ilu
3rd Build several rearing ponds' Han group, nnd this tour promises
near the hatchery "with concrcto, o no outstanuing icaiurc oi mo
walls and floors, so that they may. ontertuinraoui pruBraui
be easily cleaned and kept free of
4th Put In foundations for per
manent racks In Wood river and
Seven Mllo creek.
Sth Proper Inspection by tho fish
COLONIAL. ONK HOO.M cabins tor
housekeeping, 11th near Main St.,
nnd 741 Walnut Ave. 3
WANTKD Ford car. Wlll.trado ono
Oakland and ono Dodge. See Dick,
(5th and Klamath Ave. 8-9
327 MAIN ST
v ytV 'ff' '
AT OI'U RKGUIiAR
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
KVKlti' HAT AND DLOUBH AT
ONE-HALF PRICE-NO RESERVE
m. July 19th,
WANTKD Ford car. Havo one Oak-
laud and ono Dodge, will trade
Boo Dick, 6th and Klamath Ave.
FOH SAM3 A-l paying business.
new and secondhand goods. Itlght
man. Snap. Sco Dick, 6th andNKla-
math Ave. 8-9
FOR BALK 1 truck, 1 runabout, 1
Studobaker. Will trade. What havo
you? Bee Dick, 6th and Klamath Avo.
IIAIIOAINB, all klndn ot goods.
Watch Saturday sales at 10 a. m.
Sco Dick, 6th and Klamath Avo.
FOH HUNT Six room house on
Msnxanita St. Lawn, shade and
fruit trees, garage. Inquire at 613
.V. 9th St. 8-9
At the Theaters
After many pictures of society In
tricues It U with a sense ot relict
department ot all egg-taking staj ,nat ono 80M .Tne Juekllns." George
iioui io seo mai me usn ana eggs Melford's new Paramount picture,
aro being properly handled. auch'whlen openi at the SUr theatre to
atatlons to be'ln charge ot a trout, n(Dt,
man and not a salmon man. We be- Thls ,, n goodi btc cjM picture,
lleve that such stations should be It deaI, f00di old-fashioned peo-
inuMVIM ar Ianf mim b Wiuilr f.v
stato official, and It It is not possible
for the staU superintendent to cov
er the entire state that often, that
some, subordinate should be dele
gated to make the trip. '
th We want at least 25
cent of the eggs taken from
pie tells a good old-fashioned love
story, and contalst a million and ono
little bits ot great human Interest.
Monte Dlue plays the role ot Dill
Howes, the lanky school teacher,
Charles Ogle Is Llm Juck
Per Hn. Mabel Julienne Bcott Is
the Guinea Jucklln, his aaughter and the
waters of this county planted here.! bla- cast Includes Fonnlc Mldgler.
believing that by so doing It will 71, Covington. Winter Hall. J. M.
not only, Increase our fish, but give Dumont. Clarenco Burton and a long
us a greater numoer ot eggs to sup-. u8t of fsvorltes.
ply the state. Th ,,iurB u jn adaotatlon by
7tliTn tho tAtinrlns' a ' t..L. SVu.Iam .f HiiIa TtAA'm tn.
. . " VWMUMU6 v msj r (auft WUUUU Ul wuiv vu o M.--
ad t1 1SL11 J Jl 7l:J!m0Dera rce,red aDd Pent',n this.llghtful novel. Paul Perry did the
!2..T L"m .C" htL " coa.tr. to credit u. with the market" camera work.
r."r.:r.'u. .:" . ",r" ' the egg, taken out of the
WANTKD Woman or girl to do a
couplo of hours work mornings.
Apply Mrs, Forge, Evuns Apartments.
FOR BALK 3-room plastered houso.
1324 Pleasant Avo. $200 down and
$25.00 a month. 8.11
Oregon, up to 12,00
Tho board reserves tho right to
accept any ono bid or rojoct uny or
Dated nt Chltoquln, Oregon, this
8th. day ot July, 1921.
(Blgnod) WLM. BKKIIN, Ctork.
A Classified Ad will sell It
OIL PltOHPKCTH CX)OD
ASTORIA Because of the en
cournglng prospects of oil In the! well
now being drilled near Astoria, ,W. B,
Hidden nf Portland, owjicr or a large
tract of land uoiir (hit site of tho' pro
sent well, has decided to commend)
drilling operations on his property
within tho next 60, days.
Advertising bring fflclsncy.
FOR RKNT Klnely furnished apdVl-
tncnt. Laundry and' everything
supplied. Telephone 73-M. 8-11
Call 185 for your taxi.
DRKSSMAKINO First das work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, 2 Main
FOR SALE Rhode Island
fryers. Phono 390-M.
FOUND la concrete water tank on
Siskiyou mountain, California side,
pocketbook containing sum of money.
Owner may have same by describ
ing property. Phone 119. 8-9
FOR SALE Fox terrier puppy.
Phone 103 8-9
Havo your best Kodak negative en
Urged at Stlnson Photo Shop. 8
sitcom e 'for
alt Oregon that has
county. At the present tlmo we are
'"charged with the maintenance otl Tonight will see the close ot the
stations and hatcheries for thn ben-1 great educational feature, the Car
eflt ot the stato at large. pentlor-Dcmpsoy training camp
,8th Provide 30 troughs and scenes, taken on the actual grounds
mm w . 1 Biurm-prooi Banner over mom ana," ""? 'b . n-
many improvements the men at work, at Diamond Lake, by theso two supermen. The ordl-
J Move the present station from Its nary person does not consider that
y (Continued from rage 1) location, on Two Bear creek to the a picture of this nature could con-
v," ......... outlet tor mice creoicj, as the temiTe "l'c'1 unuraw iHiuruanuu
this district was entitled to, nnd'peraturo of the water at the outlet I011 ' d0M relative to tho condition
would receive, attention and lm-ls higher than at the present sta- on tho system whon a "knockout"
provements, but pointed out that the tlon, where tho water is too cold!blow ,8 delivered. This evening Is
game section ot the commission, un- to properly mature the eggs. lyour last chanco to seo It at popular
w ,ud 1 nr(Kow.ai uu uiuiiH. ih Bi am in lariiiiiiTn inn n n nr nan viici,.
tempting to bo self-supporting that up Lake croek into the lake the
Is, to exist without state approprla-! falls in the creek should bo blown
tlon from the revenue derived from out,. These falls aro about 75 feet
the sale of eggs and fry, etc. and j In height, and tho fish pass over est "Moonshine Trail,' for the last
it, will take tlmo to bring to f nil- them going down, but are unable time, as won as mo laugname funny
to return. It is estimated that there Snub P0"" " Hawaiian comedy
FOR SALE White enamel dresser.
Never used. Tall nt 324 N. lltb
FOR 'HIRE Largo and small cars.
Phone 185. 8
A OOOD BED nnd a goqd bath at
Colonist rooms, ,11th near Main
Bt. and at Colonial Annex, 741 Wal
nut Ave. All outside airy rooms. 8
FOR SALE Studobaker 4 7-pas
eenger, $'550: Mitchell 6 5-pas
sengor, $950; Allen 4 5-passonger,
11400, llratcbcr at Ewauna Motors
Co. Your credit Is good. 8
Included In this treat. Sylvia
Dreamer and an all-star cast wilt
show the thrilling yet human Inter
tlon all the contemplated Improve Impreve
ments: Following Is a list of recommen
dations presented to the commission
by tbo local sportsmens' associatien:
-The "need of another permanent
game garden in this county Is urg
ent,' as the district can not be prop
erly covered by one man; In fact,' Island, which is
during the winter months thcro are! below the falls.
are at present time about 2,000 fish
below, and that those that do not
kill themselves fighting the falls
will fall an easy prey to the angler.
10th Fishing should be' prohib
ited from the head of the falls in
Lake creek to the lower point of the
about 400 yards
nnd ono of those wonderful Pathm
Color Weekly, showing Portugal at
Its best. The public can get more
than their moneys worth hero on
this run alone.
The California Oregon Power
company's work of reclaiming lands
trlns that should bn martn Into hn nhTw .hti .- i....i I on ln0 "PT ''nKO' unar contract
mountains throueh the snow that it' flahlnir (n th . wi..hi wUn tho Klamath Indians, Is pro
Is not saro for one man to attempt, county except as follews: Spencer, ere8,sIns' By p' El Crawford, chlof
nnd nrntn fhi. nr onvorni mn,,ti,c ..u,i- . n . ... .u- . ... engineer of the company. Tho
caclj year under tho present condl- river as at present above nnd below! frtH,Bor workI"f U,"''A and "
tions wnen we have no gamo pro- Its mouth. Seven Mllo and Wood
tcctlon at nlj, as from the tlmo that, river closed from February 15th to
FOR SALE Cheap, good Income pro.
pony paying is per cent net.
$2000 cash wilt handlo this, sco
J. T. WARD & CO.
8.14 Mala St. K-15
Stated communication ot Klamath
Lodgo No. 77, A. F. ft A. M. this
evening at 7 o'clock sharp. Work
in tho M. 51. Degree.'Vlsltlng brothers
8 LEM L. (JAQIUOEN, Secy.
All thosa having bills against tbo
Alaska Carnival association ploaso
present them immediately to tbo un
dorslgncd. Wo will not bo respon
sible for any account that Is not pro
Dented before Saturday, July 9,
J. V. MAGUIUK
710 Main 81.
Charter No. I1.HOI Reserve District No, la
IlKPORT OF X)NDITION OF THK
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF KIiAKATlI VAtiM
At Klamath Falls, In tbo 8tate' of Oregon, at the close ot business on
June 30. 1921.
1 a Loans and discounts Including redts- t
2 Overdrafts, , unsecured ' 11.11
4 IT. 8. Oovemweat socarttiew owned 1
a Deposited to secure circulation (U. B.
bonds par valuo) ...$100,000.00 '
b All other United States Government
Becurltle ' 1,921.38
5 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. ............ ' 5.92I.IS
6 Hanking House, $25,000,09; furniture and
, fixtures, $6,413.92 31,413.92
8 M Awful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 17.89S.44
9 Items with Fodnral Rerv itsnk la
1 process of collodion (not avallablo
aa Teserre) 4,711. M
10 Cash In vault nnd amount dub from nation
nl banks ..v, 139,388.11
11 Amount duo from banks, bankers, and trust
companies In the United States (other
than Included In Items 8, 9 or 10) ... 37M9
12 Exchanges for clearing house .. ' 2,491.19
Total of Items 9, 10 11 and 12 143,941.39
14 Checks on banks' located outside ot city or
town or reporting bsnk and other caaa 1
Items . .. .. ..Ht 41.89
16 Redemption fund with U, S. Treasurer and 1
dim from U. S Treasurer 5,009.09
16 Other sssets, If any 4,887.13
4 Oil I - ss -. tseess 9 VVtfsVslwtDV
17 Capital stock paid In - $100,000.90
18 Burplua fund -... 10.009.09
20 Circulating notes outstanding 100,009.00
24 Certified checks outstanding 381.00
25 Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding 4,545.47
Total. ot Items. 24 and 26 - $ 4,807.47
Drmaad 'deeoaiU (other than baak drpoaHe) rabjm
to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days: '
26 Individual doposlts subject to check . 270,646.61
27 Certificates ot deposit due In less than 30
1 days(ot,her than for money borrowed) 1,015.98
Total of demand deposits (other
thsn bsnk depot.lt) subject te
Reserve, Items 26. 27 271.681.59
Ttmr itepualts sabject to Retwrve (payable after 30
days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and
1 postal savings):
32 Certificates ot deposit (other thsn for I
money borrowed) 11,600.90
34 Other time deposits .. .... 46,034.44
Total of time deposits subject to Re- 1
sorvo, Items 32 and 34 . 67,134.44
Total .... .. $543,433. 6S
Stato of Oregon, , .
County of Klamath, as.
I, O. V. Wlmberly. cashlor of the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and
W!l!:, .... ' O. V. WIMDERLY. Cssbler
W. C. DALTON. ,
BERT B. WITHROW,
E. M. BUBB, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of July, -1921.
... , PERRY O. DeLAP. Notary Public.
(My Commission expiree September 17. 1933) I
r ' ' .. . .1 ij st:
its oxpectcd to havo z.coo acres
diked by the beginning ot winter.
the ,ilsh start to run In Soencer Juno Int. Thn vni.r, nr irion.i,
Creek In tbo month of March until .county should not be closed during
'the eggs are brought out of Dla-tho winter months, as nt that time
mono laxo in Juiy utmost an or tne tno fish are at their best.
time ot tbo present warden Is taken 12th Tt is necessary that more
fish bo planted In Lake Odell, Cros
cent and Fish lakes. At Lake Odell
during tho past flvo years eggs have
been taken as follews: 1917, 800,-
nlA. .Ale ArAAAA. ...... .'.....
vw, mo, uuu,vuv; 13ll, VBU,UP0,
lt!0, 860,000; 1921, 830,000, rnak-
np with the propagation ot fish.
Some arrangements abonld bo
made with the state of California
and the .American Railway Express
company so that It would be possi
ble for a game warden to ship game
from one state to the other daring; log a total of 3,890,000,and during
"-j"-'- '- -t- " " j'i"ij- " "" ii r" j-ri'vm ((nrxrffj
that time but 60,000 fingerllngs, in
cluding 4,000 Eastern Brook trout,
have been planted. Wo bellevo that
all eggs taken from this lako-should
be planted in tho aboro named lakes
for at least tho next throe years.
13th Owing to tho construction
ot tbo Copco dam shutting off our
run of steelbeads and salmon, tho
state of California should give us
eggs enough from their catch at Fall
creek to pay us for our loss.
NOTICK TO BIDDERS ,,
Koalcd proposals will bo rucolvod
up to July 19tn 1921 by School
District No. 03, Klumuth County, for
tho construction of a school building
and for tho Plumbing and Heating ot
name lilds must bo accompanied
by n certlflcatu check to tho umount
or C per cont of tho bid or tbo samo
shall be rejocted, to bo made pay.
nolo In favor 01 Wm. Skeon, clork ot
tho tsuld district, to bo returned to
bidders upon signing of contract and
to bo retained if successful' bidder
falls to enter into contract as speci
Plans and specifications may bo ob
tained from O. R. Wright, Archltoct,
Klamath Falls or Wm. Skeen of Cbll
oquln, and n dopoelt of $10,00 will
bo required for same.
Proposals may be left either with
Wm. flkenn. nt f!hlIonutn. rtrmrnn
I up to 7:30 o'clock, or vrlth O. It.
Are You Prepared ?
FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hafdwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST"
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. ,24 "."-Ml