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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
"As Half in Shade and Half in Sun,
This World Along its Path Advances;
May That Side the Sun's Upon
Be all That E'er Shall Meet Thy Glances."
Our New Year's Wishrto You
Chas. P. Maguire
New Year's Greetings to All
"Now is the time for good people" to come through with a
New Year Resolution. While we are resolving to trade at home
and keep ourmoneyaway from, Chicago, Seattle, ..Qshkoshand
Kalamazoo, why not gojhellirait with a resolve .to .eat. in. an
"Aatericaa restairatadsfeyour-oney, out of Hong Kef ; -""
TO OPEN U. S. LANDS
Tntct of O.iHra Aero lii HUkl)iiii
County to Ho Htihjrt't In Knlr)
YltKICA Dec. 30. Nollco has
been given by Jolui C. Ins of Sac
ramento, registrar ot tho Unlul
States In ml office, Hint plats of sur
vey far (1,302.30 acres ot land lying
ten mllca Routh ot tho Oregon lino
In Modoc national forest, Siskiyou
, county, hava'bc wl 'F'"! ' The)'
l lio officially Mlqd FoVuary-,1
ThU land l' contained In fruc
(loiifil so'ctlons of ""Townships 4I
'mirth, in nno 3 cast, niul 4(1 iiintli
rango 3 cast, the Utter Includlug
tile- MoMoc f6rosl principally Theai
will "on subject to cnlrr by those
who nV.nbllMiVil toslUonce prior to
tho dnto Of the Inclusion or the
lauds wlthlu tho Modoc tialloniil
forest. Lands In township 40 north,
rawer 2 rnnt. wilt bo subject to en
try on ami nttcr February I, 1933.
l'erson-- who clnlm prior settle
mrnt on tho unreserved land must
file their claims wlthlu 90 day
from February 1. 1923.
Anyone, Interested In taking ui u
homestead In that section ot the
county wishing further particulars
cau Ret tho proper Information by '
communicating with John C. lux,,
registrar of tho United Stale land
office. Sacralucnto ' '
TO BE BUREAU
$ To Our Friends
J r a fe.
The officers and employees of this
Bank wish to extend to you the season's
greetings andtohajikpjjjorjihe nice
business you' have given us during'the year
just closed; and to wish you all kinds of
prosperity during 1923.
The First National Bank
The Home of Over 4500 Depositors
Member Federal Reserve
- KP6 ROOfGlA
;a;?f ro AQn
(Contluued from I'ago 1)
In Douglas county thu (tool uf their
turkey brought lh farmer 41
cents per pound? What did you set
'Farmer Smith say 'Farming
Is no longer a means of obtaining
a mere living. It Is a business prop
osition that calls for keen business
management. Study and know your
business In detail. Do a few of tho
things, that you have been going to
do for the past, twenty year. Tako
care of your farm machinery. Use
a little caro ln ihe selection and
planting of seedi Otst rid of your
scrub bulls, cows,, plgit, sheep and
chickens. Don't board dcad-hoads.
you can't afford; to do It, don't
keep hogs, thero-,U money In pigs.
' but none In hog, i And learn proper
feeding methods and Join and tako
an active part lu your farmers or
, sanitations. Too dacatlBn' derived
therefrom will more, than ropay you
I for any tlmo devoted along this,
, line.' You cannot dony but that
Parmer Smith's drlce Is (ound.
He knows what bo Is talklnK about
i when ho talks on farming matters.
"Tho Klamath County farm bu
reau will hold tholr annual meet
ing on Tucuday. January 2, and
this Is an Invitation for you and.
' your neighbors to bo present. This
. Is your meeting It Is held for your
FOIt IIK.ST 3 room furnished
apartment. Heat, hot and rold
water. !.co Apts. 30-2
FOIl ItKNT Nicely furnished front
room. Hath, phono, gantRo. 612
N 0th St. 3 0-3
IX)ST Shepherd und colllu iup,
whltu wltlf, brpwn fnco, Answers
to nanin of I'rlnco. Notify N. IJ.
Drew. I'liwioJSO-'Ut' , 30tf
FOIt BAiMrtM'll'R:rVP''l. "ttlru
chair, 'sectional book case, Tlior
electric washing "maTTiln'o. A. Jl.
Ilrlstow. Ilcsldunco 411 N. 9th Kt.
I'hono 510. 30
FOR IlKNT FurnUhed upartmont
In W'hl to building, city boat, elec
tric range. It. K. Smith Itcalty Co,
C17 Main 8t. 30
FOIl SAMS 101 ft Doigo touring,,
excellent condition, priced for i
quick salt), Inqulru Acino Motor Co,
FOIl HA1.K 16 In. limb wood do. ,
I vnrort , 10.00 par cord. Seo K. . )
Fronch or phono 003-W, 30-2 .
FOIl ItKNT Moderns six room,,
plastered housoljhono 337-J.
FOir KALI-uflood mMk cow, Phono .
3J7.J, Qr ;io-2 l
FR fiAMJ-Scvtral ijuarts of VnllK ,
cnto & Hmlth, 727. Mwln St.-or
'on? 6C- .W '
FOIt fiAI.lCniockweoil direct from
chut,u. Dry aUb,i4ario lofhcat.
tT, ,ood J p In., limb .wood, fieq KK
V. Wench! 'Call "503-W, SO-21
LOST Swiss wrist watch on Mnln
! or 3rd. St. Anna Scoftuld, Hot-,
kings Variety Store. 432 Main St.
! . . 30 '
LA VOGUE STORE
Has been closed on account of tiro
In llolvln IhiIIiIIiir. Watch for ex
traordlnary nnnnuucpnieiit 1st tliW
Most Happy arid Pros-
We want to thank our many friends and
customers for the liberal patronage given us
during 1922. and wish you every success and
happiness during the New Year
K. K. K. Store
I Am The Want Ad
I AM LITTLE IN APPEARANCE, BUT BIG IN POWER.
I AM FRIEND TO ALL, ENEMY TO NONE.
I GO EVERYWHERE FROM THE HOVEL TO THE MAN
SIONNO DOOR IS BARRED AGAINST ME.
I ANNIHILATE TIME AND DISTANCE AND SPREAD YOUR
MESSAGE COUNTRYWIDE, AND SPEAK TO THOUS
ANDS WHILE YOU TALK TO ONE.
I AM BORN ANEW EACH DAY, AND WHILE MY LIFE
IS SHORT, I ACCOMPLISH IN MY BRIEF EXISTENCE
WHAT .MAN CANNOT HOPE TO DO IN SIMILAR
TIME, IF AT ALL.
I AM THE POOREST PAIDSALESMAN IN THE WORLD,
' AND BUY; SELL OR TRfDE WITH EQUAL CELERITY.
I CAN GET YOU IN OR OUT OF BUSINESS WITH THE
LEAST POSSIBLE WASTE MOTION.
I FIND SHELTER FOR THE HOMELESS AND PROVIDE
AN INCOME FOR THE AMBITIOUS.
I DISCOVER THE LOST AND RETURN THE FOUND.
I PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT FOR THE NEEDY AND AS
S1STANCE TO THE EMPLOYER. .,..
ALL THfejrDOtf AND'MORE; AND.FORsAEWtCENTS A
DAY-I AMYOORViIJLINGSL'AVEAODO WITH ME
AS YOU WILL, FOR-2T t .
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