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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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BANrFRANCISCO. Dec. 14.
Te'iV) RMrvlvqttp: n vanishing Men
kMV.bccn. found In San Francisco.
MittWrs,of this roco used to bo on
try.itret('ith'idlilR,r(:,fi-ohl ot cIr
Mtorcc, thclr'thcis familiar thoURh
s4ewbl wooden. Nq only ,ont
cigf r, at6r Indian remains.
Thlt oot, a squaw, spoko sadly as
he consented to bo Interflowed.
"I am what might bo called tbo
.y iw;oi ino stonican, saia me woou
WJ Indian lady, striving to be gay.
."Do you find things different?"
aka via asked.
"ladowl! Ughl Indeed! It lias
keMLa great shock to my susceptible
" Sto'Jit acnalbtllllcs I'm n Stoux, you
, !W i k' 1 " made out ot a
t&lhal the carpenter said used to
gfim $0 the BIoux reservation n
'afcoel. ltT, to tec the Increase In
ttoluag among women.
."Cffarela! UghS In my day they
'u,MrtLcti)il( iluilt sticks. Now tbo
tV-lpwae ,ka'te popularised' the clgarcd
t.tch an extent that the cheroots
f;avMLto adTertlse Ilka this moot
er Mitch In my hand arts hardly
.'jTaftre, ago there used to be n
Efaa .yauag Iraquls bravo standing
ki,ln;trcat.ot tlt cigar storo across
tk streeL .Hut' then they went and
gt la. a soda fauntnln and a sand
wich business on tho side, and they
packed oft my wooden friend to the
clUr and split him up Into kindling.
' "Ire-seen the nutomobllM come
, a4 tke saloons go, I'vo scon tobac
cVekasrlag, become- dlsreputablo and
at'ate4 clgarcta popular. I'm about
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DOLTH OF I S,
VABIIINUTON Dec. U -A sub
stantial beginning ot ttio netlvo tc
vetopment ot vast inlnariil wealth,
horctotoru locked up In tbo public
domain of tlio various wciturn
states but now liberated under the
general leasing laf, was recorded
by Dr. II. Toster Ilaln, director ot
(he bureau ot mines, la Ills annual
report submitted today to tho Secio-
tary ot tho Interior,
Oil Is thu foremost product of
thoso lands so tar. but Dr. Jlaln snld
, that when coal resources ot tlio east
start to glvo out, the government
owned coal fields In the western
states would be of prlmo Importance
In tho fiscal year ended last June,
thnro woro produced from got era-
ment lands, other than Indian Tands,
1S,:33,3C2 barrels ot oil, of which
tho federal government received as
royalty 3,61C,S32 barrels, worth
J4.76S.337, not Including bonuses.
In addition, at tho end ot tho year
i $14,000 n month wns being received
' by tho not eminent from natural gas
teases on public lands lu Wyoming,
tn tho Itocky mountain field nlom
(hero woro on government laud 33C
fT Mllltl-l'll IVl,-il I" UliU 11.1" .11111
j oil wells otfvhlch 26. were tho ,hunilerboU, ln , ..
Salt Creek, Wyo., Hold. A hundrod I
other wells warn being drilled.
Vndor the terms of tlio dorolop-
1 WASlilNOTON. Dec. 1 I - I'oM ,
j master General Work hns received
I from memberi of I ho American hi
lory class of the Shepherd C;ller.e ,
Smtn N( rmal scluml. Uhepherd'-iott u '
I UV.t VIfi.IkI.i it IlKlftlim lliil lint
postottlco department nnalu lsuo
stamps of the thirteen centit-ium-In.itlpn,
which was recently nb.vi
Tho petition declares Hint the eu
tiro history of tho United States U
bound up In tho figure 1.1 and give !
the following historical ioniums tthv
tho thirteen cent stamp Hhootd be
America tns discovered on tho
night of the ihlrteuth of tbo mouib
Tho republic originally consisted
or tnirteen coienies. ij
Tho rirst offlclul ling hnk thirteen
stars nid thirteen stripes.
The American ll.tglo. requires
thirteen letters to spoil It, ns due,
nUo the motto, '1 I'lurlbus I'miiii "
Tho first word to pass over the ,
trans-Atlantic cable was transmitted '
ion tho thirteenth of tho month
Tho silver quarter Is written nit
, oter with thirteen. Around the head
lot Liberty nro thirteen stars; the,
' eagle bears nn ollvo brnnrh with '
thirteen leaves In ono claw and thlr-
Hudson Five-Passenger, .
Hudson Coach, ....
Hudson Sedan, ....
his breast Is a shield bearing thlr-
i teen bars and lu his bc.tk Is u rib
bon barlug tho motto with thirteen
rortdy for the happy hunting gronnd
I'm afraid tobacco felling has be-
. ... a,..-.. I.-., !... I....... ItAI .11
",l,u ",0,ru ,,nu Ulc" ""'" -" "" letters: each ttlnc has thirteen fea-
and gas leases In 4 states and .i37 .. , .. ...... ,i.... ...... ,..il
llll'l. UI11I 1. I.I1..-V IIIIIIVVIl IV1IVI9 IU
prospectl..B permits, on each of , fjpB nmTl (ll)llar .. ;
n Ull.il tllllHUH 1 IVMIIk'U III iP
come a business nnd Is no longur a :
His Persian Majesty
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Jf.?nul luu31 tUytr P!n. Tb Enslcn." Is one of tho
r OI the Cat Show. If la tha nroncrtr nt Mr H-mntr rv.tr..1. r
rmtk rnu, Kw rprlc ' . 1
caadjj'uotr while litis
states and Alaska.
Tho largost number of producing
wells belonging to the government Is
In tho Salt creek f!old, whero the
government holds title to nearly nil
the land. Such nn Immense amount
of crudo petroleum was produced
that the capacity of the wells was
far greater than tho plpo line facili
ties to transpcrt It.
j In Mnntann nbo, development
j proceeded rapidly and at the end ot
I the fiscal year there wero 57 pro
I ditclnc wells In tho Cat Creek field
and '. drilling on government laud
, In tho nowly dlsrotereJ and protnls
i Ing Sunburst-lCnvIn field. I.ait June
a well near tho (.enter of tho Cat
j Creek field drilled Into a second nnd
I prolific oil sand and flowed natural
' ly at tho dally rnto of 2.000 barrels.
Another well came In at 2,100 bar
1 rcls, Hy theso developments this
I field became tho third largest pro
j durer In l lie Itocky Mountain region.
These dttolapmcnts are exclusive
to activity In nitv.nl ptroleum.ro
sertt's. final adjudication was
reached In outstanding contests on
such oil lamls, leases wero granted
and drilling arranged A study
in ado by tho bureau ot mines shun
l cd thn government lands wero Icilng
heavily by drnlnago and that ap
proximately 22,000,000 barrols had
been lost. Ot this, on tho scalo notv
In effect, the .gotcrament'a royalty
would have bren worth $1,000,000.
' To prevent thejo losses, leairs wero
j given to drill nn such lands wharo
' dralnago occurred nnd tho navy Is
Ircceltlng royalties In oil which M
coatertcd to fu.d oil for naval tes
sets and shipped to cuch paints as
necessity tvnrrar.ta for time of cmor
;oscy. Tho l.'nllcd Hl3tii government Is
ono of the largest roal land owner
, In tho world, nnd alio Ill-Ids' Import
ant reserves o. phoiphnte. potash,
and other salts. Coal' Is now. bolng
mined In these la;::lu. under loaio, In
Wyoming, WnshiiiRtor., Montana and
South Dakota. I'uh, Colorado. .Vetv
Mexico and cvndn. Phciphnto
rock Is being mined lu Idaho.
Thcro nro thirteen letters In John
Paul Jones' name
Thcro were thirteen ships In the
first American navy.
Pcrry'it victory e.i I.ako Krlo w.m
won on tho thirteenth of tlio month
Tho ntars and stripes wro rnls-d
over Fort Sumter on tho thirteenth
ot thu month.
Oca. Pershing arrived In Franc
on Juno 1. 1917.
Tho thirteenth amendment to the
constitution freed tho slaves.
It wouli nut cunt nu more '
make n thirteen cent stamp than i
any other ono
Tho rctltlnn tri Postmaster tlen
eml Uirk plso suggests vcr.tl d
signs for thV-rtmnp, nil cohimor.ttlns
thu thirteen colonle.t. i
Essex, Touring, . . . .
Essex Cabriolet, . . .
Essex Coach, . " . . .
Al! prices delivered in Klamath Falls
Call and make arrangements for
these Cars for Christmas
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400-416 South Sixth St.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
YU.fJYS Af .A
Broken Mixed Pure' Candiegat
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MEET Jl. 27-29:
I'CN'W.KTON, Dec 1 1. Tho an
nual convention of the Oregon stato
wool growers will Jio held In Pantile I
ton, January 27-29, 1923. As those.
I dates follow liumudlnlnly after llio
national conventlen which will bo
1 held In Spokane, Secrolary Mac
Holm of the Oregon association hnn
been ablo to "Secure it fine array of
I talent of national prominence for
fth Pendleton K-nUen.
, "Indlcatlotm uro that we will '
1 liato" a rnrord attondani-o, not only I
i because of tho splendid program '
land Important business. to bo trait
, acted, but becaiiho of tho fart that '
all applicants for forest grazlm; prl-
vllcgci niiiat appear In purtou this
year liefnro u special commlttoo that
will bo In susilon at the convention,"
declares Jay Dobbin, president of tho
Oregon state, wool growers' association.
irvif .ilgr f iVirrif r al
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We have Victrolas in wide range of
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the greatest artists make Victor,
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duce the finished results as ilnully ap
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Omt ItiHlllCfiK Muxli'
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with finii riit.tri pui'diiiMt of
(.'If l lletoiiln.
eclal featuro'Of I.ycoum Uazanr
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