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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, BKPTEMIlKIl 12, 11)21
The Evening Herald
" J. MURRAY..
ncn boulij ...
Published Jallr oxcont Sunday, by
To Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot,
atered at tho postotflco at Klft'
Ore., tor transmission
malls as second-class
KKMllKl OF TIIH ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Pre-a la exclusively
entitled to the uso tor republication
et all nows dispatches credited to It,
r not otherwise, credited In this
paper, and also tho local nana pub
MONDAY, HKPTKMDlill la, 1021
FIRES H1 1921
PORTLAND, Ore., 8opt. 12.
Roports just received nt District
Forester (leo. II. Cecil's office hero
from tho 22 natlonnj forests In
Oregon and Washington show that
tho number ot forest fires report
ed to" -date has been smaller than
a year ngo and that tho number of
largo fires has been greatly re
ilucod. The figures just compiled show
that slnro July 1, there hare been
769 forest tires reported on tho
national forests ot Oregon and
Washington, as compared to 930 n
roar ngo at this date. A total ot
16,182 acres has been burned ovor
to Sept. 1.
The Forest Service divides forest
fires Into threo classes, according to
tho ncreago burned over by each fire.
Class A aro fires covering not over
one-quarter aero. Class U covering
over halt aero and to avor ten acres,
and class C tires covering out 10
acre. Tho 1920 report for the per
iod from July 1 to Sept. 1, nowrd
CS1 class A fires. 239 cl'j D fires,
and 140 class C, at total ot 030 fires
Insldo tho national forests. The 1921
figures, for tho same Period, give 540
class A, 179 class D, and CO ohu C,
or 161 less fires than for 1020.
Tho dangorous lira soi'on Is not
orcr yet by any means, the, District
Forester said, and forest "ot fli w aro
still urging hunters, campers and
other usors of the forests to use the
greatest possible caro to sco that tho:'
leave no unextinguished fires In tho
"Tho most encouraging result.'
District Forester Cecil lays, "of tl.
1921 figures, (a thit 'ho numbbi of
class C or tires covering ovo ten
acres, bos been cut from 140 in 1920
to SO tor 1921, also tbo flno record
being: made on most of tho foroitn
For example. Ranger E. C. reach-.'
ot tho Dead Indian District on tho
Crater Forest had nlno fires U Sep
tember 1, but the total area burned
ovor by these nine fires wnj only
one-half acre. Another encouraging
feature to mu Is the fine cooperation
being given the federal forest officers
by county peace officers In enforcing
thojstato laws against leaving camp
fires, unextinguished. Tho Oregon
Forest leads so far with 19 convict
ions secured out ot a total of 33 fires
reported, with tho Wttoatche'o Forest
second with fifteen convictions." In
1920, from July 1 to Soptcmbor 1,
there were 42 convictions while this,
year, for tho same two-month period,
83 convictions have been secured,
with a large number of pending tiro
trespass coscg yet to" bo tried.
THE ORDER OF THE DAY
. Ullit Bx. -Jrt M f lsjecFEBBlB?
decldo whether to prolong tho uau
bal season, even folowlng the mccm
announcement Chat tho soason would
close In October.
Custom on Wane
. No Game Played
No game was played yesterday In
the city baseball league as tho tr.-tna-gers
of both tho Plumbob and Copco
teams wcro unablo to secure- full
teauiB without resorting to the viola
tion of tho longuo rule that only bona
.fide mombors of teams signed In ac
cordance with tho meeting hold Jn
Juno, should bo playod.
Saturday afternoon, Mnnagor
Thompson ot tho Copco team after
a conforonco with his team mana
ger, Kddto Clark, found that owing to
many members ot tho teum being ab
sent on door hunts that it would bo
necessary to play even tho manager
himself Sunday and telephoned Ma
nager Swansen of the Plumbobs to
that effect. Manager Swansen was
la trouble himself with only halt a
staff and tho lattor was to telephone
tbo Copco manager at 6 o'clock It any
suitable solution could be found.
Manager SwanBen did not tolopbono
until 9 o'clock tbo Sunday mornlcg.
At that time, players on both Mams
bad taken advantage of the non-notification
and had "taken to tho
A conference of the managers of
the league Till be called sometime
this week to review the situation and
ANGORA, (Uy Mall) Aug.. 18
The ago-old custom ot man publicly
kissing other men as a mark of af
fection, esteem or rovcrenco, Is past
ing In Asia Minor.
As in tho French army, high of
ficers or generals of tho Turk Nation
alist army kiss men whom thor de
corato or, wish to commend. General
Ismet Pasha, In reviewing Infantry
often walka up to some stalwart sol
dier, slaps him on the shoulders, and
kisses him on both 'cheeks as a mar',:
ot public approval. Tho correspon
dent has seen a high officer knot
and klssitho bands of General Mou
hldlnno bey, tho former teacher of
tho younger officer.
Itut In general, as a custom ot tho
people, of friends jneotlng and em
bracing after long separation, kiss
ing Is a thing of the past.
4Q Per Cent Larger thnt nbout lw0"'"tn moro nuomo
Attendance, Crater . If" "iVr T" lT"
r t ri tho park this yonr than In 1920, and
I nho I htm Krtnmnn'
CRATKR I.AKB, Ore., Sept., 12
When tho Crntor Inko scusons ends,
September 30, tho Mntlstlcn will show
Charter No. .7
up to thnt time.
Tho numbor of nutomobltcs will
this year bo around 8000; tho num
ber of porsons around 27,500, These
. . . i
oMlmn'toH nro bnsod on tho registra
tion to August 13, which wns WU
automobiles nnd' 10,730 Individuals,
Ai that, tho 1021 start wns Into
ono liecniiHu' of snow;. Thoro word no
mitos In tlin pnrk bo fori) Julytl, juul In
fact nono wns nblo to go around thn
now thlrty-flve-mllo rim drive until
August 9. Thorn nro. nti w tl'fty-HOVou
miles of road In Crntor lnko pnrk, nnd
mnnr n compltmont Is pnld Mm park
porsonel ovor their quality Thn
threo routes, from MciUonl, Fort
Klamath nnd Denver Marsh, respecti
vely, to Crntor Lake l.odgo urn boule
vards once tho park inilrnnro U
Thoro nro now 249 itqunrn miles
In Crater I.ako pnrk. It thn hMI lii
congress tn ndd lit miunrn utile
from tho Diamond lake urea should
pass tho house (It has passed tho
nonnto already 1, thn pnrk will con
tain 370 squnro miles,
Good Season for
Andrew Hymt, ono of tbo planeorn
of tho vnlloy, Is In Klnmnth Fulls
for n coupln of days on business, and
reports ttfttt tho orchard nnd gnrdon
cropn nf Ills district nro unusually
flno this year.
Farmers nro beginning In reallsn
thnt tho valley can produco fruit
unsurpnsKod nnywhero nnd many oro
planning on sotting out fruit tno
I tSi,- """TssP
Mnkn thnt Idle Oollnr work)
It In tlin linnk.
swvd pipind hot
wVti pure cr&rn
T&ke Horn & tope
j-Lnj-ULArfii'i"i" m mmmmmmmAAiS
Hereafter The Tlcrata will publlsn
tbo moan and maximum tempora-
ures nnd precipitation record as tak
en by tho U. S. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication; will covor tho
day previous to tho papor'a Issue, up
to & o'clock of tho day.
Franco Is building houses of blocks
of compressed straw.
Itesorvo District No.
ItF.POUT OF CONDITION OF T1IK
FIRST STATE & SAVINGS BANK
m itiamnin tans, in tho slalo of Oregon, nt tho close of business
September 6th, 1921.
1. Loans nnd discounts, Including rediscounts shown In
Itom 31, It any M ..............-....M?l, 318,262.61
2. Overdrafts secured nnd unsecured .... S.330.97
4. Othor bonds, warrants and securities. Including torolgn
government, Btate municipal, corporation, etc.,
Including these shown In Items 31 nnd 36 If anr 'J7.nil.B4
C. Stocks, securities, claims, Hens, judgments, etc ... 14,792.08
6. Hanking house; furniture and fixtures ....... - .Nono
7. Real cstato owned other than baking housn - . .... Nono
8. Amounts duo frcm banks, bankers and trust companies I
not designated an approved reserve, banks - 3.C84.0&
9. (a) Lawful reserve with fedora resorvo bink .... , None
(b) Amounts duo from banks, bankers and trust com- ' I
panics, designated and approved rt-survo aeents
ot this bank 61,011.81
10. Checks on banks -outside city or town ot reporting bank
und other cosh items .. .. . 1,046.00
It. Exchanges for clearing liuuso and Item on other banks
In tho samo city or town as reporting bank ............ 16,733,54
12. Cash on hand In vault . 34,072.02
Total cash and duo from banks, Itoms 8, 10,
11, nnd 12 ., 1113,447.02
13. Interest,, taxes nnd expensos paid ..-,., . i 57,971, 23
14. Customer'!! liability under lottum of credit Nono
15. Customer's liability nccount of "acceptances" executed '
by this bank and by other banks for ttivnccount '
of this bank -... Nono
, f60,f 19.10
HsmuA ''vt 4sWsl
inls Is bow the Japanese am
bassador, Oaroq Kljurp Bhldehara.
dresses up when be pays an official
diplomatic call. He was snapped
at the White House when he made
bis first official call oa Presides
17. Capital stock paid In
19. (a) Undivided profits
20. Dividends unpaid ....... .,.......,......-........ ....,,
21. Amounts duo to banks, bankers nnd trust combinloi
not approved or designated 'ns reservu ngents' for t
this bnnk . . :...................... ,....:
22. Amounts duo to banks, bankers'anil trust 'compdnlot
approved and designated as resorvo ngents ot this
United States deposits. Including postal ..swing nnd
dopoHlts of United State disbursing officers.,
DUMA.N'D'DKI'O.sriH, ithor than banks, subject to re
serve: ' , i
Doposlts duo tho Stnto of Oregon, and deposits dut coun
ty or cities nnd oilier pumia tunus no.ozu.zn
25. Individual doposltu subject to check - 370,712.74
26. Demand certificates ot deposit outstanding Nono
21, Casblor'B checks ot this bank outstanding payable cu'
28. Certified checks outstanding 156.00
Total of demand deposits, other thnn bnnk I
, deposits, subject to reserve, itemn 24, 26, I I
26. 27 nnd 28 1565,278.39
TI.MI1 AND HA VINOS DKI'OKITH, suhjoc t to resorvo ,
and payable on domnnd and tmbjoct to notlce: ' (
29, Time certificates of doposlt outstanding - ....i . 21,699.78
30( Savings deposits, poynblo subject to notlco 304, '87.60
Total of timo and savings uoposus payauio
on demand and stibjoc't to notlco, Itoms
29 nnd 30 .'. I220.387.28-
31. Notes, bills and acceptances rodiscountcd including, bonds
or nttmr KQCiirltlPH sold under ropurchaso agree
ments with contingent lliibllltlos ,....,.' ..' 191,640,30
32. nills payablo with federal resorvo bank or with oth-
I ' or banks or trust companies 218,032.81 1,
' Total - 11,603,824.66'
Rintn'nf OroL-on. Countr of Klamath. KB. ' '
I,. John Siemens, Jr., cnshlor of thn above named bank, do solomnly
swear that tho above statement Is truo to tho best ot my knowlodgo and
JOHN SIEMENS, Jit. Cashier .
CORRECT Attest: J. W. Blornons, Marshall Hooper, Ed. Ulooralng-
camp, Directors. ' ........
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 1 2tli day ot Soptombor, 1921.
' AONES DRISCOLL, Notary Public.
My commission oxplros January 12, 1924.
THE KLAMATH GRAIN EXCHANGE.
Sole agency for the largest Western
Will buy your grain at top market prices
for cash. 'Sec or phone
BOLDISCHAR XND VOCHATZER
Malin, Ore. and Klamath Falls, Ore.
that new home or remodeling your old one
be sure to specify a beautiful hardwood
At the following rock-bottom prices,
you cannot afford to deprive yourself of
the pleasure and convenience and beauty
of a Long-Bell Forked Leaf Oak Floor. ',
JIMOtUH Vlvnr Qunrlcml White Onk
Jil-KUUU Clrnr Plain Wlilto Onk
liMOvUJi No. I Com. Onk
t'tx'2 Clear yuurlcml Wlilto Onk IBO.OO
sjjxa Clear Plnln Wlilto Onk' 110.00
TIipko ec,itlntially low prlres imw lecn tliiui jou oiilJ pay for
n coed air pet. '
Tills flooring; enn nlsit lm Inlil rlglit oor jmir old floors with
out trnublo mill lltUr nf IciriiiK out tho M flooring.
W linvo thin htiKk dtoreil In dust nnd imilntiim pniof lilnn
nwnltlug your liiHpectlmi rnll pliiino or ivrlt for lllilHlruUMl
bookjet on tho ro iiml finish of "Tho 1'erfivt Floor."
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
'Our lumber store lit located nt Mnln ami Hprlng Ht.
MONEY TO LOAN
8 PER CENT to 9 PER CENT
ARTHUR R. WILSON .
517 Main St.
Representing William MacMaster