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KJUDAY, AUGUST 20, 1031
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
T' J. MU11R.AY.
winn koulk .
Published J&ttr except Sunday, by
The Hornld Publishing Company or
KUmath Falls, at 119 Eighth Strcot.
stored at tho postofttco at Kla
Math Falls, Ore tor transmission
tirongh tho malls a second-class
atEMUEb OF THIi ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Pros is oiclualroly
atltlcd to tho uso for republication
et all news dispatches credited to It,
r not otherwise credited In this
yaper, and also the local nows pub
FRIDAY, AUGUST !i1, 11)21
1 MORROW CO
ABOUT THIS TIME OF YEAR
"Bootleggers supply tho muney
and moans In Morrow county to
rati themselves down" said Sheriff
Lloyd Low yesterday niter his re-
li,m from a trip to Ilrppuer with
Deputy Roy Tabcr.
Asked to explain how a bootleg
ger tvould bo foolish enough to sup
ply the means to run himself down,
Sheriff Low stated, "(Jcorgo Mc
Duffco of Morrow county has, with
a number of other sheriffs In tho
northern part of the state work
ed out this problem nicely and tiro
making It easy to stop tho Illegal
traffic. McUuffeo told mo that the
district attorney, constable, olrcuit
Judge nnd justlco of tho peace nil
worked together on such matters."
"Tho first thing that takes plaeo
when a report reaches the sheriffs'
cfflco that somebody Is poddllngt
booze, tho sheriff sends out a dep
uty armed with a John Dee war
rant nnd when ho gets thoro, It ho
finds his man, he arrests and brings
him In. Technical flamrs aro fore
gone and It the man Is selling boozo
tho lino that ho receives I a stiff
one. It ho hasn't money to pay It,
ho goes to Jail to servo it out. Now
thoro Is where tho county gets
money to work against tho boot
"When a man Is fined $250, out
tide of the costs in tho case, tho
stato from tho nearest curtrlilglug WTVNTEl) HookkeeplifR or clerical , cording to Professor fl. Muko, prom
plant. Individual orders will bo position. Experienced. Call CI Ml im.ni oUticnlur of Japan. Ho loads
limited to 1,000 pounds, and tho total ! 2-2" n moomcnt to substitute Ilomnn
cost of tho explosive. Including the ' " . . . . TTT . letters for tlm Japanese Idographs.
coat of curtrlugtng, lianailng.
dliirl-' ?T !la. "ms?1. I'mfMor Mko ... hero recently
',Colnnlal rooms, lllli near Main St,
IlIllllUl 1UUI1IA, A kill IKItl ItllM .... .
bitting and Ircignt, wll be Hi the and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut on His way liomo to Japan irom mi
nolghboriiood oi U cents per pound. Ave. All outsldo nlry rooms. 26 United Statu.
"We Japanese must cnmiKu our
room attitude towards tho Fur Eastern
Kl?": countries," Prof. Muko Raid. "Wo
must return Shontaung to China
"The Stale Chamber lias been fed-
lowing development closely . re- MUAV
gard to tho distribution of picric cl Apts. Apt. 11.
add' said Air. HaJI. "vo doiiuvu mai
tho cheapness and efficiency of this FOR HKNT 5 room modem hotiM and -e will do It, I hope"
explosive Il giro a great Impetus to .". ""'" "" '""""" "ft 52 , , , TT ,
. .. . .., , i nrn..,.n Cigar Store. 36--1; Advertising brings offleloncy.
ittUU'Viuai ill uj'vttuwMi w
Ttfo total cost of picric acid to tho WILL SELL my 3i ton (lary SUMMONS.
consumer Is much lower than com-' truck to rospouelblo parties tor a' ytu m.-to Foully
. , ... ... , , note duo In three year If secured by iy -riii- 7iItCUIT OOUIIT IN AND
morclal explosUo at the prcjent mar- ,iropery Wrlt0 ,or ,Mrtlci.larH to.,: You'' ,,'lK COUNTY OK KLUI
kel prlco and a great demnnd for mo General delivery. KUmath Falls. I ATH. AM) STATE OF OIlHfiON
the government explosive should Oreg. E, I,. Cramblltt. 2Ci
come from some of our districts' i,n ,.,i Charlos It. Ulackman. rialntlff, vs,
........ .... ,...,,, , ,i, ...i..i.i WANTED Contract hauling grain .... . , ,ackmnn. Defendant.
"' ' """- ' " -- witii & ion trucks, uat assii.evo-i - ., .,,, ,,., n, ,nnu. n-
.... - - - .1III.lfILI.il III.AI. I"V .11 1L.1 trxr-
lauds aro logged-off and burued;Off." nlngs
"Taken tu conjunction with the
balance U placed In a special fund lxgged-otf Land Ulll, which was pass
to be used by tho sheriff as ho seesjod by the last legislature, 1 bullet u
fit to run down bootleggers, and hej that tho use of picric acid will mean
has tho funds to biro 20 men to.WUChc to the development of the
make tho capture It necessary.' itato." '
"Whenever this" fund goes abovo a m '
eertaln limit sit by agreement, the
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surplus-Is turned Into tho general,. NPWTODAY
funds of the x-ounty. Hut 8herlff ' lg" lv,unl
McDuffee has money at all times FOn SALE Piano. Ilargaln. Wrlto
to work with and besides, all tho Deity Ouddes, Eagle llldge. 2C-30
I HONOLULU, T H.. Aug1 2C -
Foolish policies of Japanese bhreau
, crats and militarists nave led to a
general misunderstanding of tho
Japanese poeple as a whnlo, ac-
TO MILDIIED ULACKMAN:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
You nro hereby required to appear
nnd answer tho coimllalnt tiled
. 3. ' .
NEW UNI! OF l'Al-1. HATH JUST lUX'MVKD ' '"' , U,
V 1IY EXPIIKSH, ill
I Modern Prices : 1
I Leave Your Film?
'Before 9 OclocK-Your
A.M- PiclUrflS am ftady a-t" 6 p.
bn 1 i J
IIIV H W a h m m w ta r m mim . iBiH H
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLC.
BUY THEIR ORUG3
against you In the nbove entitled
suit, on or boforo Saturday tho 10th
day of Soptombor, 1921, and for fall
tiro to nppear nnd answer for want
thoreof, plaintiff wilt tnka Judgment
anil decreii against you as follews:
1, That tho bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff and
defemlnut bo dls.iolvod, on thn
grounds of cruol and Inhuman treat
inent, and further on tho grounds of
2. That tho plaintiff hnvo such'
iitrincr nnu oiner renot ns to oituuy
nnd ,good consclcncii may npportnln
and iiit to the court may soem meet.
Soptemlior 10th, 1921, Is tho last
day of thn tlmo prescribed In tho ord
er for publication of this Summons,
In which you tuny appear and answ
er said Complaint, tho first publi
cation thereof being July 20tti, 1921,'
and tlio last publication being Sep
tember 9th, 1921.
This summons I served by publl-
cation, by nrilor of the ltonorabto 1)
V. Kuykendall, Judge of thn L'lrcuu
Court of tho Stnto of Oregon for
Klnmitth County, dated July 27th,
1921, which ordor required that sum
mons bo published onco it week for
six successive weeks (sot on Inser
tions), thn. first publication being
July 29th, 1921.
W. H. A. ItENNEIl,
Plalntlff'a attorney, whoso office
nnd poslofilco address Is Kiam-1
nth Falls, Klamath County, Orc-I
Uircon'i tdclirr Inililullon ol
ti(lil Sfhoult. Scnl )f(filratnlt
lAILHRMOI'lNSSH'T. 19. IWI
tl UfMmilNM ,lf Ulkff Rt4lllf
Oregon Agricultural CoJIcnc
n AMMsn on. comukt
county officials work hand In glove
with each other."
Sheriff Low stated that tho Mor
row county, sheriff had tho boot'
leggcrs. on the run and that his
county -was reported fairly cloun of
1 stills and Illicit, sales.
Asked If such an arrangement was
posslblo bore. Sheriff Low stated
'that ho was In no position to state
whether It could bo dono but ho
thought It ono "worth whllo trying,
If money could bo provided for that
purpose uero, tncro would bo less
manufacture of liquor In this coun
ty, ho felt sure.
PICRIC ACID OR
PORTLAND, Oro., Aug., 2C-A great
Impetus will bo given the clearing of
logged-off and burned-off lands of
tho state through tho use of a large
.mount of picric acid which tho gov
rnment has mado available for the
J.ind-owner, according to a statement
fasued by Cbarlea Hall of Klamath
Palls, president of the Oregon State
Cbnmber of Commerce, following tho
recent notification from Washington
that Oregon has been allotted 192,
00 pounds of this explosive.
According to govornment bulletlne,
yterle acid Is of greater strength tban
djmamlto and Is safer to handle. It
H an explosive which was used in
tho great war, and with a great buc
yles on band at the conclusion of the
war, tho government, decided to turn
ft over to tho different states en a
lasts of tho amount of logged-off
land In each stato.
Land-owners of the state must
jilace their orders for tho picric, acid
with' the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege, according to advices from Wash
tegton. When tho numbor ot orders
quala a carload, tho Agricultural
college will forward this order to the
V, S, Department of Agriculture and
the explosive will be shipped to the
FOR SALE Illcycle. call 117 Eldo
rado Ave. 20-31
Colonial ono room cabins for
hiusokcoplng. 11th near Main St.,
and 711 Walnut ave. 26
WILL EXCHANGE room rent for
paper hanging. Herald, flox M.
Will sate you l-:i on ull your trans
ferring. Why pay mor?? Phono
WILL EXCHANOE Old 'auto In Al
condition for nowor Ford In need
of repairs. Herald, llox M. P. 20
FOR RENT Partly furnished 4
room house nnd bath. Fine loca
tion. 813 Lincoln. 20
CO boxes fresh tomatoea. Fine goods
at 1.35 por box. White Grocery
Delicatessen. 910 Main, St. 26
FOR SALE Lota In Nob Hill Addi
tion to Klamath Falln. Will some
one raako offer tor any of the follow
Rlockl, Lots 1 to C Inclusive
Dlock 3, Lota 1 and 2.
Block 7, Lots 3 and i.
lilock 11, Lots 7 to 1. Olnclustvo.
Dlock 20, Lots 3 and 4i
A. Walter Ward, Box 1004, Hart
ford, Conn. 26-29
FOR SALE One Adriance binder In
good condition, worked ony two
weeks. Como ansjdseo.' Jack Choe-
chov. P. O. Box 67. 26-31
.NOTICE TO TAXI'AYKIW.
You are horeby notified that the
Board of Equalization will attend on
Soptombor 12, 1921, (tho second
Monday in September) at tho county
Judge's offlco In tho oldest' court
house, and will remain In session for
thirty days from that date for the
purpose of examining tho assessment
rolls for the year 1921. nnd correct
ing all errors In valuation, descrip
tion or qualities of land, lots or other
property assessed by tho assessor. It
shall bo tho duty of all persons Inter
ested to appear at tho tlmo and'placo
All protests against valuation fix
ed by the assessor must bo filed with
the board during the first ten days
ot said session.
W. T. LEE,
Assessor ot Klamath County.
All tho Ico Cream you
can eat nnd good cream
too a cold, rich flavored
confection that tickles your
"tasters' while It melts In
Havo you tried our jum
yum flavor? It Is rapidly
coming to bo a favorite
among the children who
usually "beat the , older
folks to it."
Every ingredient usod In
our Ico Cream is pasteuriz
ed before freezing, insuring
a pure and sanitary cream.
TAKE A QUAItT
Ask for Ico cream mado by
1848 MaU St.
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
The Sisters of Charity
Without Cost or Expense to the City or County
The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and arm entirely without Religious
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded to pupils withdut regard to Creed
' nr-'X XKBMS
,.9 8.00 per month
..SSO.OO per mentli
Taltlos, Day Scholars -
Board and TuUioa ........................
This Include board, laundry and ordinary medicine. For two children, 025.00
per month. For doctors' call, tho local fco 1 charged.
Music Lessons -. 97.00 per month
Boy. from 6 to 14 years, Boarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for