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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
XTUini' A IIWI.'
NIUKI.Y FIJIINIBIIKI) trout room
with Imtli, Hiillnlitn for 1 or 2
SiintloiiiDii. 01!) Wiilniil iitmr Dili.
I'AllTNKIt WANTKl) -In imliihllahrd
tmylnit ImrlmiH-, IfiOn cinli rn-
iiilrm1, Apply llox W, Herald. 1-1
WANTICO Wiimnn for wnali room.
French Ilninl Laundry. 12.1 No, 4 tit
KOIt HUNT 2 room furnlnl.ml apart
ment, $2li pur mo. Tumor iititii.
HI 2 Oak IK. no-
CM V JAItllA(ll U'Iipii )ou mint
KnrliiiKu rviimu'd, Mill lOIMi.'l.
KOIt ItKNTOim fuml-lind Iioiimi- J
ketiplnj: room, I12R Mnln. 1-2
mil HAI.i: I'ull liloiM Poland!
Clilnn plus, 3 months olil, can tin
rmlatorud. I.. It. llallmiok, Malln.l
KOIl HKNT 4-rooin modern liotmo. i
I'Iioiiii 406M or mil fit '.ill Proa
KOIl ItKNT 2 or a-rooin fnniMiod
f npartinent. 30 Main Ht. I -2
APAIlTMi:NTB, $20 and up Trans'-'
Innt rnto, 14 ntul ti. NlKlitly rntn,
7tc. iriim Apartments, 1177 Main,
Telephone) 370. l-fi
PAINTS, OILS AMI VAItMHli
W. K. AND .1. I. PATTIIIIKON
Phono 196-W. 127 N. 4th Ht.
Do your foot triiuiiln you 7 Foot
apnclallal nt ynnr norvlco lit 1C K K
Rtoro. I'Voo (Humiliation unil nilvlco,
Ben (lint 0121 llliio nooro Hull nt
K K K Htoro for I3&. Writton i;nnr
iinti'o with uury null fur wimr ami
COLONIAL ONi: ItOOM cabin., for
hotiiiflkiMipInK, I ltd nonr Mnln Ht.
nml 741 Walnut Avo 1-2
rOH HAI.K Oil TltADi: 320 nrrim
lnml, urt In crop, good wiitur.
KimiiI romlii Will Ncnhurt, lira Or
chard Avn. or I'. o. Ilox 517. 30-S
KOIt HALK Hlx home-, uiilclil 1200
to 1400 pounds, oro I to 7. I'rlcu
SCO to $125. l.co Button. Mlllur IIIII.
KOIl HAM! Cnnfnctlonory utoro, n
vaylUK Imnlnniiit. location unmir
passnhln. text door to Pont officii and
at cntranco of Aahland'a fumoun l.lth
la Park. Addrr-aa I'lnxn Confection
ery. 23 N. Mnln Bt , Ashland, Oro
KOIl BALK Onn IlntRiilm ntalllon.
welKhl nlinut 2000 pounds. I'rlcu
$360, guarantied In orory wny. Will
Noutirrl, Hen. Orchard Avo., or I'. O
Ilox 517. 30-2
Itoomn tor rent 411 Walnut Ht.
KOIl HKNT 3 room modnrn collar:"'.
Cor. Payno & Klnmnth Avo. 30-2
WAMTKD To buy, iiaed inotorryrlo
aldo car; mutt tin reasonable), llox
V. llornlil offlcu. 30-2
FOH BAM: At n bargain, furnish
o.l houso nml lot'ln Mills addition.
Hninll payment down, Imlanco month
ly. W. W. Martin, 200 1 Orchard Avo..
or phono 28CW. 302
WANTKIl To honr from owner who
has nlfalfa ranch (o (rndo for al-knll-rreo
nlfalfa runch with flno IiIk
pnaturo adjoining. Mlriht consider
Tulo I.nko crop to $0,400 oqulty. 100
aero paid up, water rljsht Wrjlu W.
n Rmllh, Ilond, Ore. 30-4
FOH BALE Chenp, Ford murine
rnr, Kood na now, 001 Prospect.
FOH BALK For ono halt price.
1921 Ford truck, Nonrly now, Reed
ahapo. 1'bonn 43S. 29-3
WANTKI) nt Crnlor Lake. Ore. 2
atono masons, Wrltn F. 1'. Snltcr,
Crntur I.nko, Oro,, for Information
anil transportation. 29-3
FOH BAM-: Hovornl fro.ih cowa nl-
a puro tired Duroo plRa. Win. F.
Jlnnetto, Merrill. Oro. 28-5
DreMinnklnr;, reanonablo prlrea,
C27 Klamath Avo. Phono 401. 2S3
I.ndlea OutlnK Wenr In Klinkl
Wool ScrKO. Corduroy and Kamplt
Cloth nt K K K Htoro. 3tt
Trticklni; nnd atoniRo, Contrnl
Trnnf or & Btorngo Co, 105W. 1C-31
Mondny, Tunadny, Thuradny nnd
Friday nlnhta. Turin a ronsonntilo, ap
ply to Dort McDonald. 12tf
Mon'a Duxbnk and Kamplt outing
woar nt K K K Htoro. 3tt
SInko tlint ldlo dollar ork! Put
It In llw bank.
HAN I'llANl'IHCO, Au: 2 L'x
IIiiiio of a Rroup of IN unratified ntul
Inoperative) trentluK In t ho nrchtvoii
of tlm aenntn of tlin I'ulted Htntea,
mid tho virtual wlplni: out of tho
Indian population of Cnllfornlii, ea
tlmuted tit 2C0.000 In 1800, would
tippenr to tho uninitiated to have
lllllo or no ronnoctlon. Hut (ho honrd
of health, made public recently. e
(nhllnhed u very close connective
The tinratlfliVI treatlea explain
why I.cro. a DlKRer Itidlnti nRltntor,
xuereeile.1 III keopltiR ItiveatlRntor
nut of the IIIr Valley of Modoc coun
try. itlrrltiR lip old hatred them
that tnilnt hltvo been aa Rreat na tho
hntrt'da of tho old mnaanrro day.
They explain iiIho why n nrent num
ber of (he 15,000 Indiana remain
Ine are rompelled lo live on aterllo
lavu liedn In tho northeastern cor
ner of the xtate, where their homcit
nnd ratlin drop ihrniiRh i;rent Jnc
Red crevnsi.es. never to h aeon
nRaln, nnd where they tiro trying
with poor atii'ieaa to wring a thing
from the grudging land.
Tho treatlea drawn up between
May 31, 1851 anil January 5, 1852
by n apechil commission of tho
t'nlted Hlntea Rov.irnment and tha 18
ludluti Rroupa of California, worn
denlRiie.l to gunrnnteo tft (ho red
man In perpetuity his hunting nnd
fishing place In return for certain
land conceimlnn. It wna believed that
the senate wna favorable to them
until It wiih memorialized by the
California aonato In 18C2 to npposo
them, mid certain powerful land In
terest campaigned successfully
Then, tho Indian lands worn sur
veyed and opened to settlement by
the whlta, and Rrndunlly tho re.lman
worn huddled onto th lava beds of
tho lint Crook district of Shasta
county, tho rock-ribbed expanses of
Dig Valley and tlm aterllo atrip that
extends from above Fort llldwell In
northern Modoc lo below tho Las
sen county linn. There wna no ml
grntlon to find better conditions
olsouhcrn, for to tho Indian under
standing, there la no laud hotter
than tho homeland nnd bit by bit
tho Indiana nro compelled to loos
en their grip on tho thriving Pit
Itlver valley mid tho other friendly
camping apota. Thoy moved up on
tho beds mid tho lava rock coun
try, where they could still aeo tho
old streams mid tho old poaka. This
passion for tho land of their fore
fathers constitutes one of the prin
cipal reasons, according to tho atnto
roport, why the Indian population
fell from 100,000 nt tho time of the
trentlcfl worn negotiated, to tho Ifi,
000 of today.
Under the Dawes net of 1887, (ho
government Fought to correct tho
abuses that such conditions as tho
unratified treatlea had brought about,
nod allot to each worthy Indian nn
ndoquntn pleco of worknblo land.
Hut tho operation ot tho law wna ao
faulty, It wna said, that many In
dlniiH did not ncropt their
monts, believing tho laud given thnm
wna absolutely worthless.
Ho thoroughly linn tho Cnllfornln
Indian had to depend on tho whlto
mini for hln neeusaltiea mid for tho
wherewithal with which to keep ullvo
Unit by, virtually forgotton (ho re
llgloim or tribal rnreinonloa which
wero founded on or commemorative
of hln prosperity, With nil their
poverty mid hardship, however, (bo
Indian pride rnmalna with tho
tribesmen still, particularly In rcf
erotic) to tho whlto man. They will
starve to death If they bnvo been
refused aid by those who nro sup
posed to nld thorn. They will rnr.'
ly repent u ro.iueat for food or oth
Off to France
Myron T. Merrick anapnod on
board tho 8. U. La Franco on tl
way to I'nrla to aaaumo tho pct ot
United Htatca amlaarndor. lT-rrlck
occupk-I that post under tho Tatt
regime and proved to jq tho moat
IKjpulur envoy at Purls. Ho now
auc c-da .Vmbaisador Wallace. Her
rick wna lluutunant governor and
governor nt Ohio nnd wna dtfeatcd
a tho Itcpublluin .caudldato .tor
i-'t-oiTivi: iiui:.ks mx);
CALKS OI'FICMl TO AID.
HT IIKLLNH. Aug. 2. V. Hpen
cer, 04 yenra old, waa torcod to call
upon tho sheriff, from whom bo had
escaped, for aid after ho had fallen,
wbllo crossing Houth Hcnppooso creek
nnd suffered n broken leg. Ho wna
taken to Good Hamarltnn ho-p'.tal In
Spencer escaped a week ago when
made n trusty tuo days beforo h!a
25 day sentence nnd $100 flnn on n
bootlegging rhnrgo would 'hnvo expired."
SIX CHOPS OF CLOVKIt
ItlCDDINO, Aug. 2. Over In Hap
py Valley, (1. II. .Crooks baa cut six
crops of clover this season and ho la
confident ho will bo nblo to harvest
Ho has not had an abundance of
water for Irrigation, either. Crooks
planted two ncres to red clovor
nit tho lnnd ho had that wna avail
nblo for Irrlrntlon. Ha will cut two
tons of clover to tho ncro.
llltAl.MNO HICK F1KLDS
SACIIAMKNTO. Cnl., Aug. 2.
Hotter drainage for tho rlco soctlona
north ot Sacramento la to bo provld
ed by tho wldonlng ot tho lower
reaches ot Ilutto Creek nt a coat ot
SACIIAMKNTO WILL STAHT
NP.W C. OF V. HUILDINO
BACHAMKNTO, Cnl., Aug. 2.-
.September 7 baa been sot tit tho
duto for laying tho cornoratono ot
tho now chamber of commorco build
ing In Sacramento.
At that tlmo tho walls and roof
of tho structure will bo completed,
mid work -will bo btnrted on tho Interior.
Wbenuvor n girl beglna to straight
on n -oung mnn'B nocktlo well, that
'Milkrt Unit llll.l ilnllnv work! Put
nllot- it in t, imnif.
on Titan and
Now Lowest Ever Quoted
CTFECTIVE immediately, we make another big
- reduction in the prices of Titan and Interna
tional tractors. These reductions wipe out all former
advances and place Titan and International
tractors at the lowest prices at which they have
ever been sold.
This price ia about one-fourth leaa
than the price at which the 8-16 sold
prior to March of this year. The new
figure is the lowest at which it was ever
sold. The new price includes all the nec
eaaary equipment platform, fenders,
governor, belt pulley features which
must be paid for extra on some tractors.
This is the lowest price ever quoted
on the Titan, considering the equip
ment now included (formerly sold
extra). Up to March of this year the
price was $1,200 today it is $900.
At this figure the Titan 3-pIow
tractor is the best value in the farm
The International 15-30 has been reduced to $1,750 lower than it has
ever been before. The man who needs a 4-plow tractor cannot find a better
investment than the 15-30 at this price. (AU prices f. o. b. Chicago.)
Considering quality, power, equipment, and the service which follows every
machine, Titan and International tractor at these new low price arm
unquestionably the best buy in the tractor market.
As these prices have been made regardless of manufacturing costs, we do
not guarantee to maintain them.
These prices certainly justify the immediate purchase of a tractor. Put it at
the horse-killing work of hot weather plowing, and your fall and winter belt work.
See our tractor dealer for full information on deliveries and terms.
International Harvester Company
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It lan't always tho checr.ul man
who doeg tho moat cheering.
Foola glvo nwny advice: wlso rnon
MAKE THAT IDLE
ri'llMCATIOV OK SUMMONS
IN TUB CIItCMT COURT OF TUB
BTATR OF OnEGON. FOH KLAM
Arthur n. Itoynolda, Plaintiff, vs.
Amy I Ileynolda, Defendant.
To Amy L. Iteynolda. Tho abovo
IN TUB NAME OF TUB STATD OF
Oil Ed ON.
You aro hereby required to appear
and nriBwer tho Complaint filed
agnlnat you In tho abovo entitled
cause, on or beforo tho 7th day of
September 1921, that being tho last
dny within which dofondant la allow
ed to anawor herein, as fixed by the
Court for publication ot summons
herein, and It you tall ao to rtnswor,
tho plaintiff will apply to tho Court
for tho rollof prayed for In tho com
nlalrlt filed heroin. tewlt: For n
decrco ot tho Court that tho bonds of '
mntrlmony now existing between
plnjntlff and dofondant bo forever
This summons la published In Tho
Ionlng Herald, a nowspapor. pub
lished at Klamath Falls, Klamath
County, Oregon, by order ot tho
Honorablo D. V. Kuykendall, Judgo
of aald Court, tinted July 25, 1921,
directing such summons to bo pub
lished not leaa than onco a wcok for
six auccesslvo weoks.
Date of First Publication, Is July
ONelll and Irwin,
Dy John Irwin
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Post Offlco and Oftlco Address, No.
128 North 4th Street, Klamath Falls,
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These doors are made of clear, kiln
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with hardwood wedge dow
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OH. WE'RE GOING TO
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COUPLE OF WEEKS
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OH, THERE'S MY BEAU
AMD HE'S AWFULLY JEALOUS
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QUIC.K. BEFORE HE
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BACK for something!
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