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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
,R. J. HURRAY .
K. i. I1AHRETT ,
Published dally oxcopt Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth street.
Entered at. the postoftlco at Kla
math Fain, ore, lor transmission
through the malli as second-class
IIKMDER OP TUB ASSOCIATED
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to tho uso (or publication ot
all news dispatches credited to It,
or' not otherwise credited In this
paper, and also tho local uows pub
THURSDAY, DECKMUKIt 7, 1021
HUNTERS WATCH FOR
SUNRISE AND SUNSET
The'Horald announces the fol
lowing hours ot sunrlso and sunset
for tho first weok In Doccmbcr
and to assist hunters from bolng
arrested for'lllegal shooting, tho sug
gestion Is mado to follow tho low,
"Begin shooting ono'-half hour boforo
sunrise and stop nt sunset." Look
orer the tabto and keep out of trouble.
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CALLED TO SETTLE
Tho meeting ot tho Klamath Irrl
cation district directors and tho wat
er users 'yesterday In the offlco ot
the secretary, A. C. Wlshard, result
ed I11 tho culling of another meeting
Tor Saturday afternoon, December 10
In tho ssmo place.
Thoro was a great doat of discus
sion ot tho various' phases ot tho ad
ministration which finally centered
on the main question at lssuo, tho
1921 district assessment, when Di
rector -Bradbury Introduced a resolu
tion providing that the assessment
bo revised to conform to tho law.
This was lost by reason ot tho opposi
tion' ot Fred Fletchor, the attornoy
for tho district. Opposition to tho
motion lay In tho atorney's statement
that there was not sufficient time
to revise tho assessment and place
It In the hands of the assessor for In
scribing on the tax rolls ot 1922.
'Director Marshall made a motion
ttiajj Sections 4 and G ot the resolu
tion be adopted which carried. They
were as follews: ,
That negotiations be at onco cpen
ed with the officials ot tho United
States Reclamation Service, asking
thai all charges accruing by reason
ot contracts', for collection under
1911 assessments, bo suspended.
That tho books ot tbe district bo
audited and a system ot accounting
Installed that will provldo means ot
ascertaining the financial relation be
tween each 'land owner and tho district.
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, Maybo Charlie Chaplin Is engaged to May Collins and maybo ho
Isn't. Anyway, this f 2S00 gray fox fur was brought from Paris for May
,by Charlie. May's a full-fledged star now and says her contract forbids
Ituir to marrv within a year.
PROCRASTINATION OF LUMBER
BUYERS MAY PROVE HAZARDOUS
TRIPLE HILL AT
THE STRAND TONICiHT
At the Strand tonight there will
bo three magnots to draw the usual
large numbor ot patrons
America's great favorite, Norma
Talmadge, will bo scon In "Fifty-
Fifty," an olaborato D. W. Griffith
production, replcto with thrilling
It will bo "Country Storo Night,"
too, and thoro Is a largo number of
prlics to bo given' away. Thoso
who havo entered their names nt
tho box offlco during tho week
should be on hand to get tholr
prizes when tho names are drawn,
as when tho winner Is announced
and falls to appear, the prize goes
to tuo ono whoso nnmo Is next
drawn from tho box. Horo Is a list
ot tho prizes:
Two chickens; five boxes Sweet
shop candy; five-pound pall lard;
forty-pound box of apples; sack" of
flour; flvo pounds 0t sugar; ono
broom; large box ot crackers; ono
pound can Golden West coffeo; ono
can Karo syrup.
tAnd then thoro Is the vaudeville,
making three distinct attractions
for tonight. Dud Boyd, who as tho
"Official Samplor of tho Home
Browers' Association." cloverly sat
irizes - the Volstead act, comes from
tho big circuits, stopping over on
his way from Portland to 'Frisco,
whore bo Is booked with the Pon
tages tho coming week. His repu
tation as an entertainer has run bo
fore him and be lived up to it last
night, keeping tho audience In a
continuous giggle. Mohler and Far
Director Bradbury and Secretary
Wtfshard were Instructed to prepare ,ells' known ng tno "black and tan
a telegram to Secretary ot tho In- ot vaudeville," present a clever
terlor A. B. Fall, at Washington, D.ltalklnB act, interspersed with song
lilts and dancing. Tbey mado a
decided hit last night. Taken In its
entirety, It Is a clever bill, and Is
certain to draw a large audience
disbursements taxed at eighteen ilol
lars, on tho 3rd dny of November,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
1 will on tho 9th day ot Deccmbor,
1921, nLtho front door of tho county
court houso In Klamath Falls, Kla
math County, Oregon, nt 10 o'clook
a. m. of said day, soil at public auc
tion to the highest blddor, for cash,
tho following described proporty,
Tho northeast quarter of tho
northeast quarter and Lots soven.
eight and nlno of Section Six In town
ship forty south, rnngo ten cast of
tho Wlllamctto Meridian, In Klamath
County, Oregon, togothor with the
toucmonts, hereditaments and npper
tennnccs thorounto belonging or In
any wlso appertaining, tnken and lev
ied upon ns tho property of a. II. Co-
zad, Vina Cozad, Loulo Schmltz and
Addlo Schmltz, defendants In said
action, or as much thereof as may
bo necessary to satisfy tho said Judg
ment In favor ot W. T. Shlvo against
said O. B. Cozad and Vina Cozad,
with Interest thereon, and attornoys
fees aforesaid, together with all costs
and disbursements that havo or may
Dated Nov. 10, 1921.
L. L. LOW, Shorlff,
By BURT E. HAWKINS. Deputy.
N 10-17-24 Dl-8.
With an unprecedented dearth ot
logs, manufactured stocks light, and
In poor assortment, severe spring
air Khortage tnovltabto, nnd with
dammed demand likely to break tor
rontlitlly, thoro Is no need ot crystnl
gnzlng to accurately prefigure tho
tuturn predicament ot procrastinating
Delay In placing business now may
scorn, justified In expectation ot lon
er rail trolglit rates nnd tho cubIo
mnry ccasonablo softening of tho
mnnufneturern' market, but this year
basic conditions of supply nro so
different, thnt Instead of weak mar
ket, thoso In touch with tho' situa
tion In producing regions aro appro
hcnslvo that a Isto hoavy ilomnnd
will result In a rocurrance ot tho
wild miction market that hit Its peak
In March, 1930.
Thorn has boon a log shortage for
nuvornl months. This was aggravat
ed by storm conditions of tho past
two weeks, which rut the Oregon
lot; output fifty per cent., and the
Washington output fully forty per
Ordinarily weather conditions, In
this region force n cessation of woods
oporntlons from tho middle of De-
Kninltn- ....til tt.n m.M.IIa nt Vntirltnmr.
I On tho strength ol past weather re
cords, thoroforo, tho prospocts for In
creasing tho supply of logs Is not en
couraging. Mill stocks, which havo been below
normal a good part ot tho year, were
further liquidated in the spurt of
buying that ran through the month
ot October. In attempting to replen
ish thrso stocks operators aro finding
that such log supply as Is available,
Is almost destltuto of tho bottor
grades, while No. 2 and No. 3 logs
aro being snapped up for car mater
ial, tho Atlantic const water move
ment, continued buying by tho Japan
ese, and a Blight rovlvnl In tho Aus
Japan's buying bus virtually clean
ed tho open market ot ccdnr; and the
supply ot hemlock, regnrdod as a
drug ou tho market n few months
ago, hns practically been nbsorbod
In tho trans-1'acltlc trado slnco Jnp
aneso cnglnoors discovered its adapt
ability for wood block paving, both In
strcot and factory uso.
Exporters, up on Jnpanology, say
tho Island kingdom, In roccnt years
has been producing, from Jnpnnoso
forosts, about tho samo amount of
lumber as In produced In tho stato of
Washington. Recently tho govern
ment hns prohibited furthor cutting
of JBpancso forests for an Indotlnlto
period, In an effort to chock disas
trous floods which hnvo been occur
lag with alarming frequency. It Is
llkoly thoroforo, that tho Japancso
.will be actlvo In tho West Coast lum
ber markot for somo tlnio.
Frolght rato adjustments for tho
bulk' of tho transcontinental territory
will not bo mndo until tho Interstate
Commorco Commission doormlnos tho
rates and Issuqs Involved In tho re
cently filed gonoral complaint ot tho
West Coast Lumbermen's Associa
tion. It Is possible, that this caso
may be heard In January, though no
date has as yet been fixed by tho
While railroad men do not agreo
with lumbermen In tho matter of re
ducing frolght rates, both transporta
tion men and milt men aro convinced
that activity In tho lumber markot
next spring will moan car sbortago
of consldornblo Intonalty and dura
LET PERKINS solvo your Xmas
probloms. Santa Ctaus will bo
hero this year.
IN TIIK COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLA
Notlro of Guardian's Snlo ' Real
In tho matter ot tho Guardianship of
tho Person and Estato of Clifford
8. Dumm, a minor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That,
In'pursuanco ot an order of tho Coun
ty Court ot tho County of Klamath,
Stato ot Oregon, duly given and made
on tho 8th day of Octobor, 1921, In
the above entitled estate, Jessie
Dumm Eldrod, guardian of tho per
son and estato ot Clifford S. Dumm,
a minor, will sell, from and after tho
9th day of Novombor, 1921, In the
county ot Klamath, Stato of Oregon,
COSTLY DIADEM WHICH SENT
'LONDON, Dec. 3. The crown of
Hungary Is undoubtedly worth the
Rtruggle mado by former Emperor
Charles of Austria-Hungary to obtain
It, bolng ono of tho most ancient and
most curious of tho royat dladoms
now In oxlstenco.
It Is mado up ot two parts. Tho
first crown was offered by tho Pope
to Duko Stephen In the year 1000;
the second was given by tho Emperor
Michael to Duko Gelsa In 1072.
This latter crown bore a curious
Inscription which spoke of the Duke
as tho King of tho Turks. Duke
Gelsa had the two diadems welded
together, the Papal crown forming
to tho hlgbost and best bidder there
for, and upon the torms and condi
tions hereinafter mentioned, at prl
vato sale, subject to confirmation by
said county court, tho following des
cribed real property belonging to tbe
estato ot said minor, to wit:
South half of southeast quarter of
soction 18 and northwest quarter of
northeast quarter section it. all In
township 39 south, range 12 east of
tho wmamotto Meridian in Kiamain
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash,
In Unltod States gold coin, or, not
loss than $300 In cash. In limited
States gold coin, and the balance In
flvo equal payments on tbe 1st day
of Dccembor of each year, all defer-
tho lower part and tho byzantlno
Jowol the upper part.
Tho dual crown was jealously
guarded In the Royal Museum at
Budapest, and was only taken from
Its caso for coronation ceremonies.
In 1849, In tho courso of tho rising,
when Kossuth endeavored to obtain
the Indopondcnce ot his country, he
came Into possession of tho Royal
crown which ho burled at Orsova
when he was obliged to seek safety
The secret, however, was not well
kept and tho Austrian govornmont
finally discovered the crown In Its
FOR BALE A Slurgls baby carriage
at ,1034 High St. near 11th. 7 8
FOR SALE Pulleta: Barred Rocks
and Whlto Leghorns, 915 a dos.
Lloyd Rodtleld, Phono 496W2. 7 9
FOR RENT -Partly furnished two
room apartmont, iio.uu per mo.
ill 647W, mornings. 7 8
SHOP EARLY and get a choice selec
FOR BALE Saxon Roadster, good
condition. Price very reasonable.
Call 621 Jefferson or Phono 260J.
MAKE MB AN OFFER for lot No.
.9, Block 78, Buena Vista Add. on
Orogon Avo. Best offer gots It. T.
M. Bratcher, 1889 Conrad St., Watta
P. Q., Los Angeles, Cal. 6 12.
WOMAN Wants work by day or hour.
Tolephono 822W. 8
' KSTKAY NOTICE
Came to the Doak Ranch. In July,
one red heifer with calf, branded BB
over bar on left hip, FT over bar on
right hip, crop left ear, swallow fork
J. A. EDWARD.
WOMAN Wants cooking on ranch,
or tor a few men. Inquire Mrs. H.
B. Davis, Washington House. 6 18
MAN AND WIFE Would like work
on ranch, man to do farming, ex
perienced with stock, wife to cook.
Box H. H. Herald office. 6 8
FOR SALE 170 head ewee, all bred
to full blood buck, to lamb early,
or will trado for cattle. Address
Sheep, Herald office. (8
FURNITURE Repaired, saws sharp-
enea wora, any Kind of work
722 10th 8t Phone 809R. 6 12
BAVB 20 TO (SO PER CENT on your
Xmns presents. Wlnlore Jewelry
BLIGIITLY USED PIANOS and Pho
nographs. Winters Jowolry Store.
SLIGHTLY USED PIANOS and Pho
nographs. Winters Jewolry Store
8AVE 20 TO B0 PER CENT on your
Xmas presents. Winters Jewelry
SAVE 20 TO fiO PER CENT on your
Xmas presonts. Wlntors Jowolry
uubt Airdaie puppy. Finder re
turn to West End Grocery and col
loct reward. S 9.
C, asking that relief be granted tho
district. It was brought out clearly
in tho discussion that all tho lands
of the district woro llablo for delin
quent assessments and that failure
or refusal ot tbe directors to assess
tbe same would not relievo the lands
from the payments accrued. Penal
ties and Intoreat would also havo to
be contended with.
Jenes: "Mrs. Pitt has engaged a
servant only three feet seven In
ches high." .Smith: "On account of
tbe servant shortage?"
RESERVE Your Xmaa presents now,
C. T. L. CLUB DANCE AT
LYCEUM FRIDAY NIGHT
The' O. Y. L. club will give an
other ot Its delightful dancing par
ties in Lyceum hall Friday night,
December 9th, The Young ladles
have been busy with preparations
tor the past week' and this' party
promises to eclipse tho previous
ones tn that the floor Is in better
condition and the music will be of
tbe samo high class as formerly.
Tbey wish to announce that during
the rush of preparations -they were
unable to get all tbe Invitations
out-on time, and that all thoso
who have received Invitations to
the other dancing parties will be
Boost cordially welcomed at this af
fair, and, from the number that
havo announced their intention of
attending, It Is expected that tbe
party will be a most enjoyable one,
BY MERRILL SCHOOL
An entertainment will be given by
the Merrill school Friday evening,
December t, which will be a play,
Illustrated songs, glee club, negro
minstrels, ballet, chorus, readings
and primary songs. Everyone is
iavita. Admissions will be 35
' ceta' and, IS cants.
Karl Shepherd Says "Let's buy
Five or Ten Dollars worth of Good
Records right now for Christmas."
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
Not Coal Land
U. 8. Land Offlco at Iakovlow,
Oregon, Nov. 7, 1921.
Notice Is hereby clvcn thnt -Nnlann
O. Word, whoso post-offlco nddross
Is Keno, Oregon, did, on tho Cth day
oi oopiemoer, ivzi, die In this ortlco
Sworn Statement and Application,
No. 011768, to purchaso the 814 NE
v, hivi NKK Hoc. 30; 8W'.i SEW
Section 19, Township 38 S. Ranee 12
E, Wlllametto Meridian, and tho tlm-
Dor tnoreon. under the provisions
of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts
amendatory, known as the "Timber
and Stono Law," at such value, as
might be fixed by appraisement, and
that, pursuant to such application,
the land and timber thereon have
been appraised, Flvo Hundred Seven
ty Dollars, the timber estimated 410
M board feet at 1.00 per M, and the
land $'160.00; that said applicant will
offer final proof In support of his ap
plication and sworn statement on tho
14th day of January, 1922, beforo
Bert O. Thomas. U. S. Commissioner.
at Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any person Is at liberty to nrotest
mis purcnase Beforo entry, or Init
iate a contost at any time before pat
ent Issues, by tiling a corrobprated
affidavit In this office, alleging facts
which would defeat the entry.
Notice will bo publlsbod tor nine
consecutive weeks tn the Klamath
F. P. LiaiiT,
N 10-17-24 D 1-8-15-22-29 J 6.
For a real breakjatt delight
tr.ujua'. cvovy-.Krsr? vr-.
red payments to bear Interest at
per centum per annum, payable an
nually, aald deferred payments to be
represented by notes of tho pur
chaser, with a mortgage upon tbe
property .to secure the payment
thereef: abstract and deed at ex
pense of estate; taxes for 1921 and
thereafter at expense of purchasor.
Bids and otfera must be In writing,
and may be loft at tho offlco of Ren
ner, Manning & Ganong, attorneys
for said guardian, or may be deliver
ed to said guardian personally, or
may be filed with the clerk ot said
county court, at any time 'after tho
first publication ot this notlco and
before the making of said sale.
Dated, October 11, 1921.
JESSIE DUMM ELDRED.
Guardian of tbe Person and Estate ot
Clifford S. Dumm, a Minor.
FOR SALE Oak finished Vletrola,
Modeixvi, with records. Pbone
480J. 3 10
FOR SALE Urge Wicker baby bug
gy, Ivory finish. Phone 480J.
STINSON PHOTO SHOP Open every
Sunday until Christmas. N25tf.
Mike them the Carnation way use your
own trusted recipe but include Carna
tion Mine instead ot one ana tnree
quarters cups of ordinary milk use
jusi one cup 01 tarnation, ueauce
wun inrtMuanert cup 01 water dkiuii
Carnation It twice aa rich aa ordinary
mux. note the improvement.
Write, today. Cor free book of 100 ttilid
reclo. Alio comolcte ett el mm.
Mary mate a ooains lteona If
oik lor mem. Addrcea
Carnation Milk Product! Ca.
621 Rr. Each. Uldf , Portland
from Your Grocer
from Ctnltnltd Cava"
FmMm rurnlturt Houm,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
in foreclosure duly issued by the
Clerk ot the Circuit Court ot the
County ot Klamath. State ot Oregon.
dated the 10th day ot November,
1921, In a certain action In the Cir
cuit Court for said County and State,
wherein W. T. Sblve as plaintiff re
covered 'judgment against O. B. Co
zad and Vina Cozad. husband and
wife, for the sum of Five Thousand
Dollars, with interest at the' rate of
8 per annum from December 18,
19x0, attorneys fees In the sum of
flvo hundred dollar find ccMs nnd.
Mr. and Mrs.
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COMPARE and you will discover
why only the New Edison bring
the higher beauties and benefits of
music, why only the New Edison per
fectly matches the performance of the
We shall gladly supply 'you with a Phono
graph Comparison Card. It enables you .to
score all the Instruments you hesr, and rare
them. Don't do your Christmas-phonograph
shopping without ont. If you can't call, use
the coupon I , r
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
Not Coal Land
U. S. Land Office at Lakevlew.
uregoa, Nov. 7, ivzi.
Notice Is hereby given that Ivan
E. Kllgore, of Lorella, Oregon, who,
n Nor. 26th, 1916, made H. E. No.
69348, and on August 20, 1920, made
Add'l H. E. No. 010422, for Ett
8WU-. NW.K SWUr.Sec. 27; N
8H. 8W14 BWU Bee. 28; SEU SB
U Bee. 19; NEK NBU Sec. 32; Eft
NB See. 33; NW!4' Sec. 34, Town
ship 40 8., Range 14 V, E. Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final 'throo-yoar Proof,
to establish claim to tbe land above
described, before J, O. Hamaker, U.
8. Commissioner, at Bonanza, Ore
gon, on tbe 17th day ot December,
Claimant names as witnesses
B. W. Kllgore. A. C. Duncan. WII-
Illam Morgan, all of Langell Valley,
Clifford Vermillion, ot Olene, Ore
gon. Kotloe will be published for five
consecutive weeks In tho Klamath
F. P. LIGHT.
N 10-17-24 D 1-8.
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THE CHRISTMAS TREES Are here
now, at the Free Market, any size,
neatly mounted on stands. Come In
and make your selection, or call 492
K and we will deliver one that will
pleas yon. Fry Dondono. 1-24.
A REWARD will be paid to the party
furnishing Information aa to the
whereabouts of a stolen brown horse.
paces and slnglefoota, baa three white
root and star In forehead, branded
7-6 (connected) or bar over 7-1 (con
nected) on left stifle. Notify 8. T.
Howard, Medford. 2-8.
THE 6TH STREET Carpenter and
Cabinet Shop will fit your root
right. Phone 582W. N2E D8.
FOR BUILDINO Alterations, cabinet
work, roofing and glass, call the
6th St. Carpenter Cabinet Shop.
C26 S. 6th St. Phone 682W.
N. MARCH AND
R. L. LANE
I34H WORDKN AVENUH
Klnntath Falls, Oregon
ARCADE TRANBFKR SERVICE
Baggage and frunltur moving.
Local and long distance hauling.
Phon 669 J. Dl-11
FOR SALE Old newspapera at Her
SHEEP FOR SALE Sis hundred
tine Merino ewes, all young and
tn first class condition. R. F. Tut-
tie, Bonanza, Oregon. 'N1I-D16.
OENERAL HAULING And Tracking.
Call Arcade Transfer, 569J.
SEE OUR CRATER LAKE Pictures
before you buy elsewhere. Btln-
son Photo Shop. N26tf.
THE CHRISTMAS TREES
are here now, at the
aay size, neatly mounted on stands.
Come In and make your selection,
r call 492-R., and we will deliv
er one that will please you.
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MADE YOU WINCE!
USE Sloan's freelv for rheumatic
aches, sciatica, lumbago, over
worked muscles, neuralgia, back
ache, stiff joints and for sprains and
trains. It penttrattt without rubbini.
The very first time you use Sloan's
Liniment vou will wonder whv vou
never used it before. The comforting I
warmth and quick reuei irom pain
.will delightfully surprise you.
Keep Sloan'a handy and at the first
sign of an ache or pain, use it.
At all druggiste-JSc, 70c, $1.40.
MECCA TAYI SEPVIPF
Office Phone 153 Reg. Phone 339-J
Closed Cart. Country Trip Solicited
I qalckfr Mated by
I OtnUDaai. tieod
faalal areatloae srel1
and foe DUBBfar feeee. I
lesuv nmnmnm, ur enifvui.
We'll sew on a button, let out a pleat,
Put in a tuck, and not charge a heap.
IS INSTALLED '
Your Orothea Returned Without
aeaatsuc and Ft slag Ladles'
and Con' BuRa, 1.TB.
Klamath Dye Works
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