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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
The New Senatorial Pastime
' j. Muniuw
Published Jally except 8undny, by
ne Heriilil Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Streot.
ntered at the poitottleo at Ida
Mth Falls, Ore., for transmission
ttrough the malls u socondklass
l-SMB-fa OP THH ASSOCIATKD
The Associated Pre-a Is exclusively
muticd to the use for republication
et all nowa dispatches 'credited to It,
r not otbcrwlso credltod In this '
paper, and also the local nowa pub
WEDNESDAY, SKIT., 14, 1IRI1.
TEN K TO
lANCISCO, Cal., Sept., 13
rder to further the Southern
;'or Jnccomnanv u sentomher cam-
JvvifJcR lj3einonstrato what can bo
, (jTipo?jfirjmintInE loss nnd damage
td frii-lil1n shipment, n. G. Fagan,
Superintendent of Freight Protoot
Ion has Issued a memornmdum to
shippers containing u number of re
minders to shipping elerks. Tho
lenpes to tho railroads In tho past few
yearn through payments for lost nod
damaged freight have Increased at
armlngly and It Is to avoid this "eco
nomic wasto" that the Southern Pact
flc company Is working with Its cm
ploycs to lmprovo tho handling of
freight nnd 'with tho shippers to ob
tain moro careful marking, packing
und loading of consignments.
Fagan'a "Ten Reminders to Ship
ping Clerks" uto ns follews:
1 Bills of lading and shippmg
orders should be mndo out In a legi
2 Description of articles In ship
ping order and bills f lading should
conform to tho classification descrip
tion; Indefinite terms must not be
3 Shipping orders nnd bills of la
ding for less than carload shipments
'"must specify tho number of articles
bundles, packages or pieces.
4 Articles will not be accepted
unices In such condition and so pro-
pared for shipment as to render
transportation thereof reasonably
safo and practicable.
C Freight will bo accepted only
when containers are of sufficient
strength and security to afford rea
sonable and proper protection to tbj
freight which tho containers' enclose.
6 Freight, when delivered to enr
rloni to bo transported at less trian
carload or tiny quantity ratings, must
bo marked In accordance with classi
fication reqiilrments nnd specifica
tions. 7 Each package,, bundlo or loose
plcco ot freight must be plainly,
legibly and durably marked by, brush,
stencil, marking crayon (not chalk),
rubber typo, mctnl type, pasted label,
tag, or other method which provide
marks equally plain, leglblo and dur
able, showing tho name of only ono
consignee and of only one station,
town or city and slato to which des
tined! 8 The marks on bundles, pack
ages or pieces must bo compared -with
tho shipping order or bill of lading,
nnd corrections, If necessary, made
beforo tho shipping order or bill of
lading will bo signed.
9 Old consignment marks 'must
bo removed or effaced.
10 Delivery of shipments to the
freight station early In tho day
avoids congestion at closing tlmo and
enables tho carriers to glvo moro and
hotter attention to tho handling of
tho shipment affording added assur
ance that the consignment will reach
your customor promptly and In good
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fetors. Here aw Bemtora Ralph H. OMMcoa cC Arons tmt Helm Bur
mm ot New - - U OapitU Plaaa wttfc oop a l
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Join In trad boost tho game of the 189 according to a compilation ot
organltors, helping them to extract reports from all counties. Throe
$18 n hrad from other victims. Hut counties, Emoraldu, Elko and White
no great head way will be attained Pine, lost moro than a million dollar
In this socialist skin game In Oregon 'of taxablo property during tho twelvo
and, after a whlto, the whole thing j months. White Pine county suffering
will blow up. Then these orgunlxeru, tho greatest loss with f2,94r,872.
at $18 n. shot, will hno to. turn to The total usscssed valuation for 1921
somo other game. They will novor. gton as 1204,682,209
get down to honest work. It Is easier
Fl.NKD J1Y PHOXK.
Tho tint -trials over conducted by
telopborto In Deschutes county wore
hold when Mrs. W. F. KJng und Mrs,
F. It. llraxoau, pleaded guilty from
Prlnovllo beforo County Judge It. W.
Sawyer In llcnd to the charge of
leaving an unextinguished camp flru.
nnd moro profitable for them to work
tho workers. Industrial Nowb Dure
nu. Tho Manufacturer.
CliQSi: OF tOPPKlt MINUS
IXNVI.11K NEVADA VAM'l.S
CARSON CITY, Nov.. Sept.. la
Sou! down of many copper mini in
tho state during tho past year is re- Each was fined IS.
fleeted In tho decreaso in th v.ilua- m
Hon of tho stnto lor tax assessment Tho greatest salt-tintow In Eurone
Tvhlch hhows a falling riff oYSr,73J - aro tho Scandinavians nnd Russians.
ing'is not enough
phoro of good tasla
Charter No. 71 67
llcsorvo Dint No
lUJI'OKT OF COMNTION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Klamath Falls, at Klamalh Falls, In the State of Oregon, at tho close
, in uuHinos on isppicmoor a, inai.
1 a Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts 11. 668. S32.46
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V WHERE. RARTICULAK PEOPUt INIU
HI I purTty I BUY THEIR DRUGS lccuffACvl I
tim rvut tnic fH
tho writing paper ot nuallty,
Imnuty and social corroctnoM.
A wldo varloty of now stylos
und tints Is now on display.
Non Partisan League
Organizers- Said to
Be Working Oregon
Tho "organizers" for tho Non-Partisan
League are busy In Oregon.
They aro In that gamo moroly for
tho 118 membership fee which thoy
collect from each man who Is Induced
to Join. That Is all tho thing will
amount to in Oregon; Meal ticket
for a lot ot organlzors. The men
induced to pay the $18 a throw will,
for the most part, becomo disgusted
after a time and .consider themselves
skinned, which la all It will amount
to. Soma others will no doubt re
main longer, and, like the fox in the
fable that had his tail cut oft In the
trap and Uen 'tried to make, all the
other foxea believe that it was fash
ionable to go without tails, they will
d Notes and bills redls- .tt
counted with Federal i
tthan Dunk (other s ,',,, ..
than bank acceptances ' i '
c Notes and bills redls- "
, counted other than with . i ,"
Federal Reserve Honk ,
1 (other than bank ac
ceptances sold . . .. 45,877.17
2 Overdrafts' unsecured
1 V. S. (internment scctiritien enncd:
a Derostcd to secure circulation (U.
bonds par value . .. .
b AH othor United States Government
curltlcs .. .
" Other bonds Mck, M-curltles, rtc:
i) Kurnituro and fixtures .
7 Real osjnto owned olhor than banking houso
8kawful reserve with Tederal Ilesorvo Hank ..
10 Cash In vault and amount duo from national
banks . ... . .. . . .
12 Exchanges for clearing houso
Total of Items 10, and 12 229,133.90
14 Checks on banks located outsldo of city or
tonn of reporting bank nnd other cash r
15 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer nnd . '
duo from U. S. Treasurer '
1C Other assets, if nny. (Iteveuuo Stampj . ...ii
(Remittances in Transit) . . .;. . . , ,
FOR RENT Furnished or unfur-
I jiIkIiciI new, modern npnrtnionts
6 Winters llulldlng
WILL TRADE Oakland car. Al con-'
dltlon, for Ford. Sco Dick, 6th I.O.ST- -A brown hobtallml rocker
and Klamath Avo. 14-15 Hpntilol pup about 3 mnr.tlin tdd,
(This puppy belongs to llt'lo lister
FOR SAL3 Thorohred Kncllsh hull Wlshnrd and Is mlssod very much by
pup; $50. Apply Control llarber m noy. a rowaru win u jam ror
14-17 i"s roiurn. iioium io ivv Aouiim
istreot or 121 N. 8th atront or call
.,,,,, , . , . I330J or lis ana w win come una
FOUND Ranger bicycle, brown -,,. Min) 14
wheels, whlto filling. Owner nray (
have samo by calling at police stu-
tlon and paying for this ad. ACCOUNTANCY offers one of the
If. Id bit opportunities of toduy. Ix-t us
.. jtoach you tho fundamontnls. Oood
imnirvniwirs n ni niiniiiiii in it ininsui
. . Falln now.
jj'hono Southwell, 129
THOHOliRED A1RDALEU If
want u real hunting dog, wo hatn
tliorobrnl Alrilulc imps uf registered
Htock; the host 'Alrdalo strain 'in' tli'n '
west. Papers can bo neen at 311 SHORTHAND, TYPBWRlTINfl AND
CynreHn Ao., near IllToralde school. DOOKICHEI'INO classes Kartlng
.nr nilflrnw Ifvlnnd lTAnnAla Mt lit nl finrjt I'hnn.t Kfitilliurnll. 190 np
.1 25,700,00 ldamath" Falls, Or, ifip 14-20 43', 16 17l)iim hn has been weather obsarver
WA"NTKI Flat top office ilcnk and
lntler filing rablucts. Cnsh If
price Is right. Phone 234. 14-15
FOR HAL Ford louring car, 1917.
flood condition. Inquire 512 Ninth
ALL ARIZONA WKATllKIt
' ItKCOIUfti NIIAl-JCItKD
OLOIIE. Arlt., Hopl ,13 Weath(f
bureau rvrords here for tho past
itvntin, yeura woru shuttornd dur
ing July und the first threo werk
of August when the local vroath'cr
bureau rvcordi'd 10,89 IncinVi of.raln
full. Tho precipitation was 6 7
InrhcH during July Dr. II. (1. Fox,
observer, iituled that this Is the
hnavlost rainfall recorded for two
coniuicutlto months during lli.t 17
Total : . .$1,954,951.33
17 Capital stock paid In . 200,000.00
18 .Surplus fund . ... .... 3U.000.U0
iv unumucu proms r 24,321.06
v Less current expenses, Interest and taxes
nald ... 23:231.70
20 Circulating notes outstanding .. .
22 Awouut duo' to national hanks ...,
23 Amcunt duo to Stato banks, bankors,
and trust companies In tho United
States nnd foreign countrlos (other '
than included In Item 22) ...-,.... ....'
24 Certified chocks outstanding
25 Cashier's checks o nown hank outstanding
Total of Items 22, 23, 24, and 25 16,921.44
Demand tlrpoftltH (other than bank deposits)
Hubjvct to Ileservo (ik-pordts payable
wltlUn itO (IaH): . t
26 Individual deposits subject .to check , '
27 Certificates of deposit duo in less than 30
days (other than for money 'borrowed)
28 Stato, county, or other municipal deposits
secured by pledge of assets ot this bank '
Total of demand deposits (other '
than bank deposits) subject '
to Hceerve, items 26, 27, 28 $1,094,288,56
Tlmo Deposits subject to Ilemo (payablo aft
er 30 days, or Rubjoct to 30 days or
moro notlco, and postal savings):
32 Certificates of doposlt (othor than for
' monoy borrowed) ...., ....,.
34 Other time doposlts
35 Postal savings- deposits .....
Total of tlmo deposits subject tc -
Reserve; Itoms 32,34, and 36 392,787.04
SO United Bute depoaita (other than postal ,,
savings) Including War Loan deposit '
account and deposits of United Statos '
Disbursing officers 1 122;t64,91
, Total $1,964,M."J
Stato ot Oregon,
County of Klamath, ns. '
I, J. A. Gordon; cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
wear that the above statement is troo to the r best of my knowlodgo
and belief. , J. A. OORDON. Cashier
J. A. fJORDON. Cashier
Correct Attest; , .
CHAS. L. MOORE), I
O. D. BURKE. ? I
8. B. MARTIN, Directors
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13tb ay of September, 1121.
' IDA D. OMYHR, Notary Public '
(My Commission expires Sept. 17, 134.) '
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