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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 03, 1912, Image 4

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$4600 STOCK ORSffOES
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AND FIXTURES
formerly owned by LB. Rich, will be sold
ct.5, ioa. m.
in bulk, to the higffest bidder at Sixth and lain.
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MAKK A KICK
Notify This OMrv
Subscriber of The Herald
who Jo not receive their papor
regularly will confer a favor by
notifying IhU office. With thu
llrr.xM Hit growing rapidly,
It sometime occur that the car
rlora re unable to And the
hornet of new ubrrlber, but
they often lo not report the fact
to this office.
It you don't rocclvo your pyper
regularly, It It the fault of' the
carrier. Ilefore The lleruld I
discontinued to n subscriber for
arrears, the subscriber I notl
fled by mall. No name I taken
from the lint without due notice.
LESLIE IELLS
OF A CYCLONE
TEACHERS ARE
WELL PLEASED
KKSOLCTIONK ARK ADOPTKD AT
THK CONCLUSION' OF THK 8VC
CKOBFVIi 1XHTI1CTK HKLD IN
TfURCirr
Tho Klamath County Teacher' In
stltute came to a cIom hut night at
the high school with an address by
Stato Superintendent of Schools Al
derman.
Before adjournmeat thefollowlng
reitolutloB were adepUd:
Be It resolved by the teachers of
Klamath County Institute now as
sembled that we voice our apprecia
tion of the excellent service rendered
us by the Instructors of this Insti
tute doting the past three days.
Therefore, First, Be It Reaolved,
That we extend our thanks to our
worthy State Superintendent, L. R.
Alderman, for the words of good
cheer and many helpful suggestions
be brings us and his efforts to place
our schools on a higher plane of effi
ciency: to Dr. Wlashlp for his mas
terful addresses and Inspiring sugges
tions; to Dr. Rubee for his scientific
lectures along educational lines; to
Mrs. Fulkerson for the common sense
way In which she presents her sub
jects, and to alt others who .have so
ably assisted In making our Institute
a Success.
Second. R It Further Resolved,
That we extend our thanks to the
pulpit for the Interest shown our
work, and to the press of Klamath
Falls for the space accorded to the
"ork of the Institute, aa well as the
many announcements to which they
tiara given publicity.
Third. Be It Further Resolved.
That we extend to the officers and
teachers of the Klamath Cosaty High
fcbool our thanks for the hearty wel
come accdrded us and for the use of
their building for this Institute.
Fourth, lie It Further Resolved,
That It Is the sense of tho Institute
insi me creau system ror home dutlei ' United p-aa fUrvie
I given a conservative and careful KI,KO. Nev.. Oct 3.B. A. John
trial i during the coming year. .on, one of the three democratic pre-
rlftn, Be It Further Resolved, Wentlal electors of Nevada, died of
That the State Text Book commission apoplexy here today.
be. urged to consider very seriously
the recommendation of lay teachers Corbett Better
la the matter of selection of text , United Press Service
books for the next six years. PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 3. Jim
-.um. lie u runner Resolved. I Corbett la rno-t.i rMti. imn,.
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KLAMATH MEN
ARE INDICTED
I'HU.I.II' I.KWI8 AND ED OIBtON
MIST FACK TRIALS OP VIOLAT
ING FKDKRAL LAWS RXLATtNG
TO HOOZK
The federal grand Jury la session
In Portland has failed to And true
hills against S. B. Raid and Frank
Winlshut, who were recently arrest
fO. on the Klamath reservation,
charged with selling liquor to In
dians. Indictments were returned, bow
ever, against Ed Gibson for selling
liquor to aa Indian, and Phillip Lewis
for taking liquor on a reservation.
Both were arrested on the Klamath
reservation. Olbson Is well known In
the Indian country, where ha has
lived for years.
The true bills returned by the
grand jury follew:
Charles Oervals, white slavery:
Hay Harold, whlto slavery; William
i'atton, selling liquor to an Indian;
R. Walton, using the malls to de
fraud; Philip Lewis, taking liquor on
an Indian reservation; Esther Wood,
perjury: Frank Bishop, atlas Fred
Mack, Impersonation of a secret ser
vice officer; Max 0. Cohen, suborna
tion of perjury; Nathan Self, white
slavery;. Preston Ballard,. white slav
ery; Astor A. Anderson, postmaster
at Jewell. In Clatsop county, embei
ilement of pottofflce funds; Ed Olb
son, selling liquor to aa Indian; Ah
Sing, having contraband oplam.
After a hearing the following bills
were dismissed: S. B. Reld, charged
with selling Indians whiskey; Paul
Beattle. charged with white slavery:
Glenn Holllster. charged with white
slavery; Frank Winlshut, chsrged
with selling liquor to an Indian.
All the defendants named In the
true bills are In custody, either In
jail or out on bond.
GIVES WARNING
FOREIGN PLAN
rUUIIMUN AMBASSADOR MAKKS
A REPORT TO PRESIDENT TAKT
L'OXCEIt.VI.NG CO-OPERATIVE
CREDIT SYSTEM
Oct. 3.
Johaaoa Is Dead
That a copy of these resolutions be
made a part of the records of the In
stitute, and that copies be forwarded
to the several papers of the county.
REBTORA FRENCH,
, KATHRTN C. WELLS,
R. H. DUNBAR,
today.
Roosevelt Confers
f'nftefl Pre?) rrif.
OYSTER BAY. Oct. 3. Roosevelt
tonight will confer with Perkins and
. Olxon. He will start at tnlitnlrhl for
waiwi on wesoiuuon. , Washington.
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lepreeeaUtive of
Clay L Co.'s Piano.
telnway and other leading
Other makes ut mod-
prices. Tuning and repairs
Agency ror
WHITE SEWINO MACHINES.
OLIVER TYPEWRITER A.M
VICTOR TALKING MAt'HINK
Hook, Stationery uml I'll lure
IIMUTN FAILS kWIC NftJK
719 Main Street.
R. MADBEN, Proprietor
h.
Special to The Herald
WASHINGTON, D. C,
A warning to the American people
that the great benefits of co-operative
credit may be turned Into a national
calamity If speculation Is not guarded
against by wisely considered legisla
tion and atrict government supervi
sion has been sent by Ambassador
Myron T. Herrick to the state depart
ment, In connection with the roport
which he Is making a a basis for
President Tail's effort to establish co
operative credit In the United State
for the benelt of the American farm
er.
"I reallie," writes Ambassador
Herrick. "that the agitation of the
financial phase of the agricultural
question has undoubtedly brought
many people Into the Held who only
ire here an opportunity for creating
a security which will have a wide
market. Of course we cannot pro
hibit them from entering this field.
and organising under present law.
but I would urge that a timely re
minder be given to the people, re
calling the Infinite harm that came
to our country from the exploitation
of Europe In our early days of rail
road building, with railway securi
ties of unlimited Issue, unchecked by
any state restrictions.
"There was also the Isnd mortgage
crate of somo twenty-five or thirty
years ago, conducted with unbridled
license. Theio were. Indeed, In that
movement certain companlos, honest
and well meaning, but lacking In
judgment. Others, however, counted
upon the cupidity of the public snd
victimised the Investor to such sn ex
tent thst land mortgages have been
a stench in the nostrils of the Invest
or ever since.
"The plsn which I am now at work
upon by direction of President Taft Is
of the greatest magnitude. It affects
every Individual In tho United 8tate.
It la essential that the government,
both federal and state, assume due
responsibility, snd thus prevent a re
currence of these errors of the past.
This field must not be permitted to be
overrun by Irresponsible people with
out cnecg or legislation.
"The study which we have made
of the co-operative and mortgage sys
tems or Europe has demonstrated be
yond question that these orxanlia
tlons, with or without state aid. but
an inspected and carefully guarded
uy ins state, bave resulted in financ
ing, in the most satisfactory way, the
agricultural Interest of all Euroue.
It has demonstrated as well that these
systems may be adopted In the United
State, and that wo may even, with
tho experiments of Europe to guide
us, vsstiy improve upon the Euro
pean systems and do for the Amer
ican farmer what has been done for
the European farmer create a ready
market for agricultural securities at
low rates of Interest, and with unbur-
densome amortisation, and thus af
ford a natural Increase, and, in somo
cases, double the production of his
soil."
WKM. KNOWN KLAMATH KILLS
! MAN RETURNS MtOM A THIP
TO MISHOl'IM, W lli:ili: GREAT
HAM tUE WAS DONE
J W Leslie, who recently returned
to tho city from a trip to his former
home In Missouri, displayed a num
ber of Interesting pictures of damag)
done by n c) clone which swept oter
Cass county. Mo., during hi visit Inst
summer.
Mr. Uitlle wan In nu adjoining
count) al the time of the big wind,
but hurried to tho scene upon receipt
of n telegram from n relathe who
mil suffered great loss. ,
There ttete 31 lives loat hi the
itorni, and some mar clous roraprs'
from death were reported A tmby
was picked up and carried nwn). The
parent followed In the wukv of tho
storm for about IS miles, expecting
to find thu mangled remains of their
loved one, but no trace of the Infant I
could bo fouud. A couple of day
later the baby was found In n mead
ow, f.O mile from home, mid still
alive.
4 REAL MftTATB rRANNFKHH
I'lie following realty transfer,
iiintract died, morlgnges, etc, re
null) tiled with the count) clerk,
ire furnished by tti-t Clt) nnd County
Ulrnrt con pany
The Klamath Development mm
pany to I). 0 Clark, warranty deed,
fill, lot 3. block l, Hot Spring ad
dition.
It, M.'Unisiie In W, K. Jenkins,
warranty deed. flO, .NWt Ni:i.
Heo. 87-3U-10.
I'erry , Do Lap to A A llellntait, I
warranty deed, f 10, south half lot 1,1
(dock 'J I, Klnmnth addition
llnttle II IVrlinn lo Geo II. Down
ing, warranty deed, fit), lot 11, block
31, Second Hot Spring addition
A A. Ilellman to I'erry O Do Lap.
warrant) deed, II", lot B, , 9, 10,
10, IT, IH, 1'.', JO, 31, 33, 33 and 34,
block N; lot 10, 11 and 13, block ?;
lot 19, 30, 31, 33, 33 rid 31, block
13, Second addition '
United State to David I Shook
patent, lot 3. HWtl NK1. Sec. 3-
3K-U4.
On September 30 articles of Incur
porntlon of Itodeo Amusement Asso
elation were filed
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No sense in niimlni:
one. then stmul hv li 111.
for your coiiuh. Cnicfulty
cine, then take It. Slier
Cherry I'cdor.tl for thro.it nil
ToYoii" rvT7
Klor to iimitlirrl Select ihVi .
fee In trylnit ,ft ll,ili. ii Jc, "
cm c v nu eel t m li,.i .""r.
t. Afc vnur ,1 '.r ... .""" HMI.
I lung trouble.. 'nTu
ilw.
SmSB ' B ..
ViF jf'f' ? Akalii! inUls
dC . fi" lleedll'M isf
nis ar.'t i Ida rlnlmfl
iQbir- pilled la
Km 15-L-. " wl" y
is -sbbs' . . bull .k
w i i-i j. mi 1 1 m n
V1' lT
v W"'ll
Sfcdifi
FtWlf,
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First Trust
Klamath
A Bank Account
is a Pufctfon
IfnuJ. .j
""in Thsl i. .
'Ut We ..m lull. ...
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I at tln i.niik !
heard .uir i.,. .
ot ri. him tm, ,, f (o
nil iiirmilil l ouf.
avings Bank
Oregon
J. . MmfiilrM Iii.Imv itiiri'tiaiied the
residence properly of II. K. Iluthrldge
on the corner of Hlxth and Jefferson
street. The consideration wn
13,000.
Alex Martin, Jr., arrived last oeu
Ing from Kugene to complete the deal
for the Ie of his property on the
comer of Third and Main to the Klks
I .edge.
Two carloads oi prcssnt Ink I. nr-
rived In the city today for the new
Klamath county culm house The
color I buff.
wm m mni i m
(Continued from I'age 1)
The wltnes denied that ho had
communicated with lloosevelt In any
manner during the 1904 campaign
As he left the court room tho spec
tator gave him an ovation. They
stood on chairs, seeking a last look
at the distinguished financier.
At noon the committee took a re
cess until tomorrow, when lloosevelt
will testify.
Morgan' examination was con
ducted In the most pollto manner.
There was too grilling. Once Henntor
I'nynter asked the witness why he
had objected to the second contribu
tion In 1904, after he had given
f 100.000. The wltne answered that
he had forgotten the first contribu
tion. He said that when the second
contribution was asked for fZSO.OOO
was wanted. He replied that 50,000
was all that would be given.
In excusing Morgan, Chairman
Clapp said that he was entitled tohls
oxponses.
"I gues I enn stand It," tho wit
ncss grinned.
I'lonerrm .Mleiitimi
Villi.'., la .ItflH lit tl.A ..... ki.kra .f '
the I'lnneer Hoclety of the Klamath
llasln to meet at the court house at
S p. m. October Oh. for the election
of o Ulcers for the ensuing year A full
nttendnuce I greatly desired
Hy order of the president
W I' Count nnd Kred A VI.
llama of Urania I'uu were nrrlvnl In
the illy Wednesday night. Mr. Wil
liams I a member of the well known
The Booster Club, of JWidland
Will xlve a
HARVEST BALL
AND SUVPPER
Friday Night, Oct. 4
Net proceeds to l4 uud in fitting
up District Sfnool Koom for
Social emertainments
Music by Whip Pelican Orchestra
The Publiccordially invited
law firm of Colvlg A Williams.
Excursion Ratis on Southern Pacific
Tlte SoutherrhT acllic will make a rate of 1 1-3
in nil points south In pnrtlei
hy Garagcs'antl Tnuisfcrs.
rehouse, Midland
fare for round trif
of 15. Special rate
Martin Bros'
FIRST APPLICATION
' DARKENS THE HAIR
X HIMI'I.K ItKMKMY UIVKH COU)ll.
HTIIKNOTII AXO BKAUTY
TO THK HAIR
You don't have to have gray hair
or faded hair If you don't want to. I
Why look old or unattractive? If
your hair I gray or faded, you can
change It foully, quickly and effective-
ly by using Wyeth's flage and Sulphur
Hair Itemed. Apply a little tonight,
and In the morning you will be agreo
nbly surprised at the results from a
slnglo application. The gray hairs
will be less conspicuous, and after a
few moro applications will be re
stored to natural color,
Wyeth'a Sage and Hulphur also
quickly remove dandruff, lenvtn tho
scalp clean und healthy, and promote
the growth of the hair. It Is a clean,
wholesome dressing which muy ho
used at any time with perfect safety,
(let a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist todsy, and see bow quickly
It will restore the youthful color and
beauty of your hair and hnur m
Mr. and Mrs. Ales Stewart of Lan'.the nasty dandruff, bot. Itchy iicbId
and falling hair. All druggists sell
It under guarantee that -the money
v. 111 be refunded after a fair trial.
MERCHANTS'
CARNIVA
Houston's Opera House
Under the auspices of the leading nn progrcativc business
homes or Klamath Falls, Presenting the
Manion - Clarnan Players
In six standard plays Different play each night
OCTOBER 7-8-940-11-12
gell Valley arrived In the city today
with their little daughter Charlotte.
who will undergo medical treatment.
X
Merchants whoso names appear on this sheet, beli.g thankful for
ih- htroimii of tholr frlondajln, tho pust, ninl to show their apprecia
tion thereof, hu orrangod vflth tho Mnnlmi-Clnnmn I'layer to give SIX
nights or high rlnss'iinturtnlnment at Houston' Opera ilousn, beginning
M6nday. October 7, 1012, prfsentlng different piny vnch night, and
they nro giving al.solulily KKK, AN AHMI8ION TICKirr, good for ny
mv iierfonnanre, with ovoy fefic purchnsn you mako from thorn, lly so
"ling iney urn giving lo tho Auhllc good miterlnlnmmit nt KHIJK cost-
tit . I I. . . 1 . I . . -
lit
ertnlniiiint Hint cillierwIsiJwould rest from 7lic up.
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Ask for the Free Tickets
Giveiftaly by the following merchants:
Vannlce Bros.
The Shasta
Wm. Hum
WetWandOl
Star Aug C
Roberts
enchain Sunaet Grocery K. K. K. Store
, Inc. Hamukar Grocery ShlveBro.sfiO
ltmore Monarch Crocerv K. F. Meat Co.
ADMISSION: Without mercaW free ticket. 7Rci with merehants' free
!.. . .- . . ' "."" '
utsiet, sjoc. vou rree 5eats each nldht

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