r.'j&'.AJ tijiwimv, mwvht an, toaa. r -V. hi mn THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON . "i I ir '. TKviBV . " -' --". sr mmmiM-m ",c , . "' 'll . ,"- ' V By Our Country Editors Jills rylillionaire. for Count il ' x nVH ' ' V'v : -- - - -tt t-ttj--- .,;: ., ..: 7 --,., - ". ."...", ,: "1 . "' MBBBBB - Personal Mention T DIP BUCK Do2 bbt t .,. 4: k - vV W t. 'is k . -' 'S 4A. . MPl . MALIN Ml w Mm-y MePoiuh, O, A (' , ili-ni-liliHlliltlon llgoill held III') IuhI meet Iiik of lli Horliu lit Mil 1 1 n liiHt Friday. Tim iiii'i'tlmiH worn grimily mijoyml mill niiroi'litliil hy llionn til tun ding, " Tim opening of Dim coiiiliintilly Hiimliiy mliool ui Miilln wii mi In Kliesllng nvi'iil In our Inriillty. Willi ih uri'Mlmi or ii permmiftit building grout ndlvlly of I lid fliimlity nihoiil Ik IIXIHirllMl'. .Ion Kolerii mill Mr. Kllnin with niiieni: lint Klmiiitth I'.illil vlaltom lllftt Week. John i'aiiKlit f llonnrun Hpont miv urnl days Willi his lion Chnrle timt Week, tin reports crops good III Ii In locality, Win. Freer loft for I'orllinid Thiimilny wliem lin exped lit Inriitii Tlin f.unlly will follow liljn In it few weeks. Mr. iiihI Mm. Muhli und lllltc ilnimlitir were guents or Mm, D.illon J Sunday. ' Mm. ('. N- Know nr Henley uinl Mm. T. N. Cimi' or Ml. 1 .11 hi were !! 1 turn ill the home of Mr. mill Mri Me Comb Krlilny illtiv. Ilellet uinl mm, Wllllmn or Aililntul. who linvit been hero lor the p'al week In tlm Interest of tlin fy'iiel day ncIiooI work, left thin ineriiliii: for Chltixiuln. , 1 Mr. Ilurrlsit and lutnlly lefl Mr Hi" j Applegnto country lam week. Thuyi ' tw imi m v .- , . V :' f.Vj !l.4jt -v:j inn iilmiiiliiK to gel him fflini low mill ollior mill. M11I, 1'iinly uinl ilmiKhli-r, Itnlli 11 ni hiiiIIiii: Hcvt'iiil m'ii.m oi Ai'li -Intnl. Mr. nml Mm. Moult uinl fmully with Minn A 11 mi KlMor or ('plnnd, ('alitor 11 In nml Ktiihiiul Hiilgol rutin lied Hut it r ilny owmlng from 11 trip to Cnilir l.nko uiul tho liiickli'lii.niy piilfli Air. nnii Mm Win ('rainlnll wire llllXllll'IIH lllltlIM lit Klllllllllll I'lllI, Momliiy 'LONE PINE j Mm. Dolnn nml MIhn Murle liohui . rnvii 11 dinner timidity lo n number f friend nt Hugh O'f'oimiir it riinrh TIioko present Morn Mr. unit Mm Kl Kt, Eitten, Kenneth, ('ml nml Audrey Klgcr, Mm. Twylii Ferguson, Minn AII10 llliuhroril. Mr nml Mm .r C, Kiimmi, Mlm Akih'I lliiiiiiin. ( heater Cmnuit. Mi mill Mm Hun i:iiiiinn. Mm. Dnlmi, Minn Ihilun, Joint Mltili- , nil, Hugh O'Cuiiiii-r uiul Mr flrniii.. Mr. nml Mm (' . W l.t wis mid dillilri'ii. 'Ilii'linn I'lu-lpM iukI Artn went to Klmnnth Falls Knltilili). . Mr. nml Mm Wind Unliin. Mm I'd) no ufiil (.'on Ciirlln visaed ut tho O'Poiiner riinrh Hiimliiy Melting, i Mrn. C It Klgur nml mm. i:ntln, mnl ilmiKhlir Audrey, left Monday for I'alidey urnl Silver l.iko 011 Inisl ihihii nml to llt Mm. KlKor'n ninth- IT. J i: l.'iiiii.iii nml It. W. Kuinnn wmit to IIIk Vnlli-y Momliiy. Each tin of ' wKr aTbbB9b6&bw r 1 IbIbb' Sbbbb.' bbbbbV BErsBTjBWBTr""r tbf?-- tggUm S M mSSt bPBbTmm JlZsS riBBB3i!BlKS5'5r'5-w KbbbbKbS-W .aSVkX 9bJ iBBBiBB ' I bI rVI Bu Kib bMH M.fmJ l!rl V E'l Wm Mm mWr til r bV ii Tp' Sy with the RED TOP contains freshly made tobacco. Just right for your pipe 1 And the mild smoothness you enjoy is the result of Velvet's two long year's ageing in wooden hogs heads. Patient ageing in Nature's way the right way qf removing raw harshness and bite. You'll say that Velvet is cool, smooth and "sweet as a nut" in your pipe. '' Liooirrr & Mvuns Tobacco Co. if, yvMr-lflfrf ffr' if fit' ;1l3WMrL jl'yn TbTlbIbT trwie her mllllcnalro nance. Oeort. Burton. wa preparlnf for thn x,.tJ?m Mil. a rl . Gardiner Dmrojt. New Tork aocUtr lfj rioJUf Uh Count Wwd Ocor,. Zlchy, UUArUa. d wM mrW it th New York city ball. coot TOBACCO s bKV A 'Jft 'tm &f CMMTfH MtMNN. ' KOTT. Tlic He JTop tin con tain! Vrlvct that hat rrcenlly I'ccn JcllvtrtJ from the fac tory It li In frctli condition anil iinoolli In a pipe. 'A mimmmim 3 OT 3Mrti 9 . ? ' mi m.m 1 A , t-M .? 1 . . ) - - a I 4' " iJ- .'5l ?t (llffin I'm her In hero from Illy for n Hhorl vlull llli frlcpilt riinl rulii IUch, A M. Cryntnl, ) I Main Hired, hn hoen fonfltieil to hln homo for rcr oral iloyi hy IIIn"f.H, Mr nml Mrn, C. IJ. Ilnleii, Olrtno ranrliorR, wre htixlnen vlnltom hero yoslerilny. JMfl. MiiRtilro linn relttrnoil In town nrirr npenillnK ttm glimmer vnrntlon on tho lliii'k Wllllnmn' r.inli. Itny .NVlnoii mailo n trip Into town jeninrdny ntternoon from tho N'clxnn ranth holow Keno, 0. i: Smith Is n hiiKlnot vUllor horo today from ItoroburK. Ho Is nloppliiB ut tho Wilto I'cllcan hotel. J. Jf. lludnut of Dontoti nrrlrei taut night and In registered at till Whllo Pelican. Mm. KIJ Kay, Mlm Ituasi.lln Fay nnd Mhtu Mahol Wntern are lourlnt vlnltnni In Klamath Kails today from Lot AuRulus, Mm. Clifford Bevlt returned this mornlnK to her homo In Dorrls after several days visit hero with her par ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Stclcer. Mr. and Mrs. George Drummond and Mr. and Mm. Stewart Iicckcr motored to Hocky Point Sunday and spent tho day there. C. J. McCollum, a well-known farmer from tho Wordcn section, Is In town today looking after farm loan matters nnd school hoard affairs. J. C. Hearing Is hern from lied It 1 11 rr nnd expects to ho In town lor tho remainder of tho week looking after luminous affairs. Sheriff I.ow Is motlnc tho contentx of tho Hex Ciifo to put It In storage. I-atnr tho things will be sold at sher iff's sale. Darrcll Corert was a passenger on this morning's train bound for Hoey, California, whero ho 111 spend sov eral weeks with friends. Howard Wines, who taught com mercial work In tho high school last year, jirrlvod In town from Eugene yesterday afternoon. KUworth Mooro and 'Frank H. Kcstcr nro lillors hero from Olene. They nre pla'nnlnic a deer hunt In the near future and(purcuaccd. hmjtiac llconscv M.r. W, P, McMillan and daugh ter, Mrs. Jlur,el Ilrubakcr, left tills , liinptilni trm Gntfn' tvAaat itfiAfn llinv ' win camp fo'r, Iho. Boxt week. - Dr. h. II. Hamilton rand Mrs.Ham lllon aro guests at tho Whlto Fellcan thli week from Portland, fir. Ham ilton Is ono of Portland's leading surgeons. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Peyton and family accompanied by Mr- Peyton's mother, who Is visiting hero from Dayton, Ohio, spent jeslerday nt Crater Lnko. f J. E. Patterson Ivan Houston, A, J. Duffy, and I. C. DeCnrlow, who havo been working In tho beotlo In Btt'd areas of Antelope valley for tho greater part of a week, arrived ba'iTk In town last rilght. Mrs. nnd Mm. Alrod T. McCarthy arrived last night from San Jose, California, to Ult the former's par ents, Mr. and Mm. (I. A. McCarthy. Hath families motored to Crater I-ako today. Miss Amy Sch'melr, who for tho past two months has boon hero as tho guest of her aunt and uncfe, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry rcltz. loft this "morn ing for San Francisco whero sho ex pects to spend tho winter. Miss Schmolz camo horo from Georgia. 3Ir. nnd Mm. Claudo Cosoboom and children arrived in town thl-. week from their Modesto homo nnd will lslt with relatives nnd friends for tho next thrco weoks. Mrs. Coso boom was Miss HutH Whltn before hex marriage nnd has n host of frlonda In Klamath. Jfr. and Mrs. Najhon Fulorton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz nri prominent Hoscburu folk who arriv ed hero yesterday will spend a week's vacation with Klamath Falls friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fulcrton will bo houso guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whit man, and Mrs. and Mrs. HchwarU ot Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Abbott. Milton box factory running two shifts. ' Lane county ranks third in etnto in numbor of automobiles. Oakland 10,000 acres lying oast of horo set aside for white-tnllcd deor. iv.f"t Tort Orford-Llnvillo Hill tele phone line nearly completed. Cottago Qrovo'to voto oa 115,000 mm l m jsmm Order Just Issued by State Board to Prevent Spread ing of Disease All thUh other hiirkH In (ho stuto of Oregon, Imvn been nt any tlmfl wlUi ' sheep -wlildl hatn developed, HrnMotu during tho raloniUr yoflr 1922, nnd nit lmckH which havo utoil 1 rangeH used by shfep which havo do-, V'ttopeil srahics, iiiiut ho dipped tvlro Jn an officially approved solution, ac cording to an order Just Issued hy the stato live stock sanitary board, Tho full text of tho orilor follews: OHKfiOX KTATi: MVI-STOCK SAM TAKV ItOAItl Whereas, Scab Infected sheep havo been dipped during tho year again In Crook, Deschutes, Lake, Klamath am Jackson counties. In tho central Oregon ilUtrlct of tho state, and Whereas, bucks held nnd grazed In this district nro likely to bo tho source of continuing the arables Infection becauto of their bolng more difficult to froo and' euro of sheep scab than are owes or lambs, nnd Whereas, because ot tho herding and mingling together ot buck of several owners, sheep ocab In fection Is likely to bo conveyed to a numbor of different bands of I kheop, If Infection Is present In any J of tho bucks In this district, and Whereas, Hecton 12, Chapter 223, oi the Lawn ot 10,07, provides In part as follews: "Tho stato sheep Inspector and his deputies and the officials ot the United States bureau of animal Industry shall havn authority to Inspect and quarantine and treat fiheep affected with contagious or Infectious disease, or suspected ot being so nrfectcd." s Sow, therefore. We, thn Slato Livestock Sanitary board constitut ing ex officio the Oregon Hoard ot Sheep commissioners, do hereby prder that All buck in the Stato of Oregon which have been nt any tlmo with other sheep which havo developed Kcable. during the calendar year 1922, and nil bucks which havo used ranges or hao been held on premises used by other sheep , which Havo uovclopod scabies at any time during tho calendar year 1922, must bo dipped twico In an officially approved solution undo; stato or federal supervision bo Voen August IS, 1921, and No- emhcr 15. 13. s, and In any eont before said bucks above mentioned . aro allowed to mlnglo with ewe SA1?W herds In the counties' of Crook. Deschutes. I-nko. Klam - ,r--r rrri-r,''iv'. n . i"' rtf ? 3 Ti irxW'l KNOX. ' 1 b&bV bVVbBBBBBBBBBBv PIbBBBW tftSSlBBBBBiT It is about time to put that . straw hat on the shelf. - uec a ivnox rcu or veiour for Fall. See the new I L ' ''-. ,,-ww K. K. K. Store LEADING " ' Jbbbbbbbbbbbbb:' I'JL bbC Mrs. Mabel Bolardi and two cf her IS doirs which were executed after they had kilted Albert IMw, -a neighboring ranchman nt Pacru .mento, Cal. Mr. Uclardl pleadcJ. 'sclf-dtfcnao for tho dog, nth and Jackson, consisting ot ani mals Intended for ue with throavr more separate outfits must be dip ped twlca In nn officially approved solution under official statu or, fed eral supervision' botweon August 15. 1922. and November IS, 192U. nnd In any event bcfnro said iuck mentioned In this paragraph nro nllowed to mingle with owo hands. AH buck herds of tlo or morn nwnors In Harney county. Oregon, to bo Inspected nnd It nacesnnry, ordered dipped, between August Z, 1922, and November IK, 1D22. And provided furthor that any stato or foderal Inspector, duly qualified and regularly employed In sheep scabies eradication work In this section may order tho bucka In any of these ronntlos. or elso whero in thn stato of Orecort, dip ped as many as two times, or until cured, If In his opinion tlioro Ii possible expositro to Rcables, Kxecute'd at Salam, Oregon, on tho Fifteenth day of August'. 1922. WALTER K. TAYLOIt. President of Hoard. V. II. LYTLE, Statn Votarinarlan and ex officio State Sheep Inspector, Trinity County, Calif,, , Claims Longest Lives . 11 WHAVEItVILLE, Cal.. Aug. 29.t Trinltjr county claims to have thn healthiest, most long-lived pcoplo in California, statistics showing that for u,0 Mi thrco years tho average age ot wI,lch. mlJt this cgnly dlo I (Sycars , i. Hi i'i 1 j. it i ,1 t -U o IW( ofidt ' If l , " r tt - 1 HATTWfex " ; ; ' ;j3f m ". '. ia, , j m$ I 'I t St l i At 1j '1 kVh I Vim.a jpWI 1 ta ,J,i j '-' bona issuo for armory. 'PBPiiiiPi - ' - l I I I . 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