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SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, 1M1.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The livening Herald
f 1. MURRAY-
Published ally oxcopi Sunday, by
The Herald 1'ubllstilng Company or
etlsuiath Falls, at 119 Klguih Street
See Harding On Mine War
ntered at the poitottlce at Kla
Math Falls, Ore., for transmission
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at all news dispatches credited to It.
r not othorwlse credited In this
paper, and also the local news pub
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Samuel Oomnr. president of tho Anicrlcnn Federation of IjW,
rml Jiuncn I.orJ. head of tho minim: division rt the A. V. of U, as trtoy
left the White IIouso nttcr n conference lth Vrcttdent Harding rclalho
a tho nine war at Mlnco, W. Va.
war flnnnco corporation, n noto, draft, amendments will nlso bo voted on
bill of oxchnngo or olhor Instrument , Theso Includo measures barrlnR nll-
For Farm Loans
(Continued from rago 1)
rower must bo adequately secured In
each Instanco by Indorsement, guar'
anty, pledgo or otherwise A form
of collaterally socurcd noto which
may bo used by borrowers may bo
obtained from tho nearest agricul
tural loan agency. Whc.ro drafts ac
cepted by the borrower are tendered
they should be accompanied by an
instrument of pledgo or other colla
teral agreement, conferring on tho
war finance corporation a valid lien
on tho security to bo pledged.
"Tho war finance corporation has
appointed or will appoint agricultural
loan agencies in the various agricul
tural and livestock sections of the
Agencies Take Applications.
'AH applications for advances must
bo submitted in tho first instance to
an agricultural loan agency and all
requests for information aa to pro
cdne in obtaining advances or as to
the'' character of security required
tymld be addressed to such Tin
"The agency through which the ap
plication is submitted may, before
making its recommendation to the
war finance corporation, call for ad
ditional Information, including state
ments of condition of tho makers or
indorscrs of notes, drafts, bills of
exchange or other evidences of in
debtedness offered as collateral
security for the adranco applied for,
"Tho agency will refer tho appli
cation, together with Its recommen
dations, to tho war flnanco corpora
tion at Washington. If the applica
tion is approved the war finance cor
poration will arrange with a bank
ronvcnlontly located to make tho ad
vance, as fiscal agent for tho war
finance corporation, against the do
cuments specified in tho application.
"Section 24, paragraph 2, of tho
war flnanco corporation act, autho
rizes the corporation in exceptional
cases to purchaso from domestic
banks, bankers, or trust companies
notes, drafts, bills of exchange or
other instruments pt Indebtedness
secured by chattel mortgages, ware
house receipts, bills of lading or othor
Instruments in writing conveying or
securing marketable title to staple
agricultural products, including live
stock. Such purchases may bo made
at any time prior to July 1, 1922.
Kxceptloaal Oases Noted.
"An application to sell agricultural
paper, under paragraph 2 of soctlon
24. must set forth circumstances
showing that an 'exceptional case'
exists, within tho moaning of tho act.
Tho board will consldor applications
for tho salo by banks, hankers and
trust companies to the corporation
of paper of the character above des
cribed only in cases where it la af
firmatively shown that tho applicant
is under some statutory or other legal
disability to apply for and obtain an
advance pursuant to the provision of
paragraph 1 of section 24 of the war
flnanco cornoration act. If, as a
matter of fact, the applicant is un
able, because of any limitation im
posed by law r by any charter pro
vlblon or otherwise to make further
borrowings the text and tenor of;
auch limitation should be specifically
set forth. . ,
must bo secured by chattel mort
gages, wnrohouso receipts, bills of
lading or othor instruments, In writ
ing, convoying or securing market
able tltla to staplo agricultural pro
ducts, Including livestock, In tho
United States. Tho wnr flnanco cor
poration iwlll not purchaso paper hav
ing A maturity at the tlmo of pur
chase) of moro than ono year, and may
xtent the tlmo of payment of
uch papor beyond thrco years
tho dato upon which It was nc-
d by tho corporation.
11 Information Required.
.'ZAnqulrles in respect to tho pur
chaso of agricultural paper by tho
war flanco corporation should be
transmitted direct to tho war finance
corporation, Washington, D. C. Tho
Inquiry must glvo full Information
upon which tho claim that It is an
exceptional caso within the meaning
of tho law is based. If such informa
tion Indicates that an 'oxceptlonal
caso' may exist, forms for applica
tions will bo forwarded to applicant."
Tho wnr flnanco corporation an
nounced tho names of bankers mak
ing up tho Portland and Spoknno
committees which will supervise and
mako recommendations regarding
loans in Oregon and Washlngon as
Headquarters at Portland Edward
Cooklnghnm, chairman, Portland;
Charles Stewart, Portland; E. It. Cor
bett, Portland; F. Ij. Meyers, La
Grande; William B. Walton, Salem.
Headquarters at Spokane It. I.
Hutter, chairman, Spolcano; J. K.
McCormack, Spokane,; J. W. Span
gler, Seattle; S. M. Jackson, Tacoma;
W. D. Vincent, Spokane
ens Ineligible to cltlzonshlp or ns
soclatlous or corporations controlled
by such nllcnj from owning land,
extending to women tho right to hold
public office, providing n tax ex
cmpllon of 13,000 for formor ser
vice men, and placing on common car
rlers tho burden of proof that rate
orders of tho stnto eorpornto com
mission nrc unreasonable
Abandon Plans for
Jeff Davis Memorial
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Bept. IT.
Plans to complcto and dodlcato the
Jcfforson Davis monument next
June have been abandoned In fa
vor of running tho shaft to SGI
feet. This, which was tho orlglnnl
height projected, will mako It sec
ond only to tho Washington monu
Dedication of this memorial to
tho presldont of tho ronfodoracy
at his homo at Falrvlow, Ky has
accordingly been set forward to an
indefinite dato In tho future Tho
monument Is now close to tho 186
feet at which It was propesod to
halt It noxt spring.
Tho Daughters of tho Confod
eracy have undertaken to raise tho
sum necessary to finish tho work.
Tbey nro planning to ralso S!0
000 with tho salo of souvenir cer
tificates at one dollar each.
Will Elect FaWs
, Successor Tuesday
In New Mexico
Woman in Pulpit
At Harvard Chapel
CAMimiDOU, Mass., Sopt.. l7--l)r,
Rowena Morso Mann, minister of tho
Third Unitarian church in Chicago,
tho first .woman to recelvo a degrea
8ANTA FB, N. M., Sept., 17 New . from tho Unlvorslty of Jena, derma
Mexico will elect a U. S. Senator ny, has attained n now distinction.
Tuesday, fctember 20, to succeed ! . When kho appeared recently In tho
Albert D. Fall, now secretary of tho pulpit o.' Applcton cbapol at Harvard
Interior. University to preach to tho students
iu u. uursum, wno was appo;niou ui uio summer scnooi sno iiroKe liar
by Oov. M. E. Mcchem to flU thepard tradition. Never beforo in the
senatorial chair temporarily, lias the nearly 300 years of tho institution's
.mammons endorsement of tbo llopu- history has n woman conducted cha
bllcan stato convention. Tho Demo-(-pel fervicos.
sratlc nomlnco is It. II. Hannn of Al-i
buqucrquo, former Justlco of tho A broken back Is fatal. A back
jtato supreme court. I out of lino Is serious. Dr. Lois C.
Kleven proposed constitutional Bridges, Chiropractor.
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Other People Save Money
The number of Savings Accounts
with THIS BANK u an evidence
that people are saving money.
HOW IS IT WITH YOU-arc
YOU saving a part of your income?
YOU can as well as others.
Adopt a plan of spending less than
you make and depositing the differ
ence every month. A BANK AC
COUNT is the best asset you can
have and it helps you establish
a credit for the future.
111 ' '
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
The First National Bank
Three Shows Will
Be Seen Tonight
At Strand Theatre
The Strand theatre this week
has had unusual patronage for the
Oalvln World of Vollles road show,
tho house bolng packed to capacity
at every performance- and tho put
rons leaving satisfied. With tho
closing bill tonight, Ward and Vok
cs famous farce, "Tho Maaquorad
ers," said to be tho host production
ot thn bill this week, The World
of Follies company will strivo to
put on their "Sunday best" acting,
ami nlso tho boit musical selections
In tholr rcportolro.
Throe performances are sched
uled, the first at 6:30, tho second
nt 8:15 and tho final and clos
ing show nt 9:30 o'clock tonight.
Special arrangements havo been
mado to tako caro ot tho patrons
and Mannger White announces
that ho will eeo to It that everyono
leaves tho theatre satisfied with 'tho
Gatvin offerings. '
Tomorrow, patrons are to soo tbo
famouii Dorothy Dallon In tho
notablo arctle plcturo, "The Flamo
cf tho Yukon."
KXTKNIW WIHKI.K.H8 A UK A
TOKIO, Sopt. 17. As n result
of negotiations botween tho Jap
aneso and American governments
tbo area In the western hemisphere
tor tho dispatch of wlrrlusn mes
sages from Japan has been mater
ially oxtondod. Itadios can now be
sent to all part ot South, North and
Central America. '
Make that idle Ootlr work I Pat
It. In tho baak.
Bring in your Swiss watch and have it
repaired and regulated into an accurate
"LET George Do It!"
. GEO. L. METZ, Jeweler
622 Main St. Phone 72
baked h just the
Pottffrxtts 36 f
Special Sunday Dinner
Served in an Appetizing Manner
THE FOLLOWING MKNU AWAITS YOU
Croaro ot Chlckon With Needles
' Crab Lula
Itonst Chicken with Olblet Dressing
1 -noast Log of Pork with Fresh Applo Sauce
Frlcassoe of Chicken with Qroen Peas
Caullflour Aa Cratln
TRY VB ONOB -AND YOU'LL COMB AGAIN
"To be eligible for purhase by the