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Ml. ft A. BUMBO,
y Work anareaUed.
Odd FeHewa' BuUdteg.
III. Phage III,
gAXWKI.L M. LONQ
Hits 11 aad It, Wlillt llldg.
There aro fundi In (hi elty traaa-
ury (ur (bo redemption o( general
fund warnnta protcated on and trior
to August S, loio, Intercwt ceasee
from date hereof.
Dated at Klamath Falls. Orason.
thla Oth day of December, 1913.
J. W. HIKMKNB, City Troaaurar.
dtv AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
Members Oregea Assoclatloa
If you wilt your stuff moved
and moved ajutck. got Ramaby'a
geprcss to do K. Conor Bevealk
tad Mala straete. FkmaeBIB
Call up COIMTOCK. Ml, If
you wait uy kJed of MHLP.
Register at tbo COMaTOCK If
too waat ompteymeat.
On and aftar tbla data I will not
bo , responsible for any bllla enn.
traded by U. Ulabn.
4-flt Ouardlan of I,, Ulabn.
Offlco of llio County Treasurer. Klam-
nth Falls, Oregon.
Notlro la lieraby given that there
aro fundi In Ilia county treat ury for
mo redemption of all general fund
warrant protested nrlor to and In-
eluding aMrch 4, 1010. Interest will
cease from data.
November 21, 1912.
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MADAM AMD PHOF. TIMMS
. HMBMItw MM wWaiWpBJfaw
Car corai, analogs a4 la
srealeg toeaalla. Maia. Tlmma
stops balr frees fatllag oat la
Ira treatmsabi, aad a perms
aaat rara for dsadrat. Olve as
ft. BIT Klassash Ave.
BBS Klassaeh Aveaee
llllbaat pries psld for llldaa,
Wool. Pelts, Rubber. Natal and
scran Iroa. Flisao ltd!
Offlre of the County Treasurer, Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
Notlca la hereby given that tbara
ara fundi In the county traaaury for
tbe redemption of all road warrants
protested prior to and Including June
21, 1912, Intareit will ceaaa from
November 21, 1911.
GI.AUDK II. IMaOKTT.
h 22-lot rS9lt
Slab Wwi M $2.50.
DrySliiWt. & iJSKi
u " " 4fl $3Cd
IM ni l.y wttl
4f., It-ii 12ii
Leave order at
O.K. Transfer Co.
Pliant S71 Car. a aad Mala
P. C. Carlson
m I f Ml
J FOR RJtNT
i NICELY furalahed rooms at ma ur
J rsea House. Msth and Klamath
FOR RBNT FuraUhad lodging
Kbeess; II reuses) good Joeatloa.
Uittm Herald oHee. 11-1-tf
FOR SAl.lt Who waaU thla 10
icreat Beat celekea rmach la tba
feaetry; two miles from Merrill; la
area to ha Irrigated. Esquire of A.
P. Clubiae, HerrlH, Ore. 1MII
OS SHOUT NOTICK
Call or phone to
IIHAUI.KV HAHNKHH CO.
Pboae 1ST. Mala St,
MONEY TO LOAN oa city properly,
rancbaa aad Umber; eouaty war-
.rasta caahed. City aad County Ah-
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MOMUr TO LOAN laejulra rooau 1
aad I, Whlte-Maddox bid. B-t",
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rOR ALaWAkaut 10 taaa of wkaat
aad eat kay, awellaat quality; 6
Ilea froa-ralla oa Bomi rd at
110 imm Iaaulr. Mam ChlleoU. ht
lt Mala'at, r pkbao 111. l-tt
WANTBO Tmbb girl at YeJnai to
mm tnm k.k. uin u 14 nor weak
with room aad board. Baqalra at
MddleTMk raataaraac t
NKW l-rooat kouaa to trad for clear
tot) balaaaa caa be paid Ilka real
P. 0, Bo 147. 'K
B foot 4 M i wHfc aaw
aoUd loavaraaa kalMlMl aeellaa to-
Irrp Mab Wood ItVtodi. ..
Dry Fir HUb, l-hKh. . . .BUB
la-laxn Body Wood BB.BB
lfl.hirli Uob Wood BB.BB
Hoi Factory Block,, load. SB.BB
OMre I MO Pine Ptioae IBTS
Notlco of Admlatatratora Final
Notlca la baraby gtraa that Wellaa.
ley II, Blmpion, adralalatrator of the
oitata of Italia Howard Lord, da-
ceu6d, liax filed In the county court
of Klamath county, Oregon, bla flaal
account aa aucb admluletrator, aad
that the court baa Died Monday, tbo
23d day of December, 1911, at tbe
hour of 10 o'clock a. as. of aald day,
at tbe court room of aald court at the
court homo In Klamath Palle, Ore
gon, a the time and placa for bear.
Ing objectloni to aald account and tbe
Dated thla 23d day of November,
WKLLKSLKT II. BIMP80N,
Admlnlatrator of the Katato of Lealle
Howard Lord, Deceaaed.
J. II. CAIINAIIAN, Attorney.
oilro of Halo of Peraoaal Property
to Hatlafy Agtater'a Uea
Notice le hereby given that 1 will,
on Saturday, the llth day of Decern-
brr, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
aid day, In front of tbe court bouaa
of Klamath county, Oregon, tell at
public auction, to tbo blgbatt bidder,
for caab, tbe following described
onal property bow la my
lu tbo Couaty of Klamath, BtaU at
One gray aura, II yean eld,
,uamed "Beck," weight 1100 pouade
One gray horse, 10 years eld,
named "Jet," weight 1400 poaada.
property of Oeo. Hagea of Klamath
ounty, Oregon, to satisfy a Ilea walete
I hold against the aald property for
performing the followlag sanrlaes,
which were bestowed udob aald prop
erty and to defray tbo coeta aad dlev
buraements of tbla sale:
To bosrd sad lodging, May II
to Oct. II, 1111 ITS. 00
To psaturage e.00
To taking to reach oa Lest
lilYOr eseeeeeeeteeeeteee die
To Taking to Klamath rails,
Oregon, for sale . 1. 10
Total , le,00
together with tbe costs aad dlebaree
menu connected with thla sale.
CALVIN B. CLRNDENN1NQ.
Date lat publleatlea, Dee. 7, 1111;
Date 2nd publication Dec. 14, 1111;
Date Ird publleatlea, Dee. II, 1111.
(Serial No. 01117 Net Coat Lead)
Department of the toterter. U. B.
Lead oace at Lakerlew. Ore
gon. November II, 1111.
NoUee la bereby stvaa thai laaae
J. BUaw, of Odeaaa, Orsgaa, wae, m
May 14, 1011, made Heeseetead
try No. 01117, for W W
7, Towaablp 17 B., Raase T at, WsV
lametu MerldUa, baa tied aetlee at
Intention to make laal eemmaUUea
proof, to eaUblUk claim U the lead
abovo described, before C. R. De Lap,
county clerk of Klamath eeaaty, at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, oa the 17th
day of December, 1011.
Claimant names aa witnesses:
c. U. Akla. of Odessa, Oragea; L.
Stela, of Odessa, Oregeas H. W.
Straw, of Odeaaa, Oregea
Doober, of KUmatk FalU, Oregea.
A. W. ORTON.
Lectures Will be a
School Year Feature
New County Superintendent Makes
Arrangement with Local People
to Deliver Many Addreaaea
Several local apeakera have Juat
been aailgned subjects for the public
lecturo courie to be held under tbe
nuiplcea of several of the county
achool boarda this winter, according
to Fred 1'oteraon, county achool superintendent-elect,
who la In charge
of the movement
"New View of Rural Life" will be
the subject of a lecture by Mas A. Mo
Call, Initmcturo of agriculture at the
high school, and Superintendent R.
II. Dunbar of tbe city echools will
apeak on "New View of Hoy Life."
K. L. Klllott has been sailgasd the
topic "New View of Community Life."
An llluitrated lecture will be a part
of tbe winter's program, Dr. H. C.
Collins being secured to die his etere
optlcon slides la a talk on "Oriental
PaplU." Rotlo C. Oroeabeck was pre
viously assigned two topics.
Tho lecture course was suggeated
by State School Superintendent Al
derman, and the aubjects arranged to
covor acme of tho moat Intereatlng
queatlons of dally life. Tho apeakers
are secured by tbe county school
auperlntendent, and are sent to tbe
different dlatrlcta dealrlng tbe course,
the only expense to the district being
the traveling expense of tbe apeakers.
In, connection wltlf the lectures, the
district schools will give abort pro
grams. Mr. Peterson reports that several
of the districts of the couaty sre con
sidering the lecture course, snd tbst
tbe Merrill aad Boaaasa school
boarda bare already arranged for this
Instructive series of talks for tke peo
ple of tbelr communities. The lec
tures will start Immediately after the
HWITZKRLAND HI LATHMT COON-
TRY TO PUT THRM IN MIL.
FOUR ALLHCJKD MOUNTAIN
KKK ARK IN CUSTODY
Caltsd Press Serviee
MILAN, Italy. Dee. 0. BwltaerUad
Is tbo Utest country to fsll for tbe
present European mania of arreetlag
alleged lateraatloaal military spies.
Pour members of the Mllaa Alplae
Club, who, la company, with tho rest
of tbe membership yesterday aaeead-
ed Mount Cleredale, later become
separated from their eompaaloaa aad
were forced to deeeead oa the Swiss
eMe et the moantata. At the border
they were promptly arrested for al
leged Itallaa military spies whoa It
is found they bad takea numer
ous photographs from the top of the
mountain which overlooks some or
tbe Swiss fortifications that guard
against the Italian froatler.
They were released-after fully iden
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AdJaJawtratere NeAtee ef Bale ad Meal
The economical fuel for win
Leave orders at 60S Mala
Street, rhpae 117. I
W. C. BATIS
d-feet saeaat let est Maia
a-Mifce heart of UecUf. lriee9BM
t, iot ieet eeewast
eftVleae lac am Klaaaasa are., BTTS.
.' f. a urns sssdadk msala
t am raw em asssa aereeH st i w
, Mss amd lets la aM parts of lbs
L (R. -J Jt'Bmfct.rf-t-Wi--v- .
Blrapllclty, acceaslblllty, aafsty.
durability and economy, Burn
ing heavy oil, two-thirds lower
In coat than gasoline. , ,
Before making a purchuf4wo
Invite you to call and see eur
Knglnes on dliptay.
W HAVK VOU MONHV;
' -sraat Mtoy
la tho Couaty Ceart at Ue BUU af
Oregea, for Klamath Coaaty.
In tbe Matter of tbe KtUU of Martha
Notice U hereby gtvsa that, la far-
auaace of aa order af the above aa-
titled court, made la tho above oa
titled matter on the 7th day of No
vember, 1011, the aaderslgaed, aa ad
mlnbtrator, wlU sell the following de
scribed property to wit:
Tbe Naltt of NIK. Bee. II, Tp,
10, 8. R. II. K. W. M., ta KlamaU
at private aals, to Ue highest bidder,
for cash, oa or after the 7th day of
December, 1011, at tke tow efseea af
stoae Barrett, ta Ue Amerleaa
Hank Trust Ce. bulldlag la tteetty
of 'KlamaU Palls, KlamaU eouaty,
Oregon, aubjsct only to Ue ooalnaa
tloa of aald aale aa by law provided.
Dated Noreaaer 7, 1111.
B. P. ABBBLOOB,
Admlaletrater of Bald Relate.
RKCLAMATION SRRI1CK KMPLOY-
KB DKLAV THKIR TIMK OFF UN
TIL NOW, IN OHDKH TO HPKND
CHRIHTMAB AT HOMK
Attaches of tbo reclamation aerrlce
who did not Uke their thirty days
leave of abssace earlier la tbe year
are now making application for vaca
tion. Three are enjoying their vac
tloas at present, aad others aspect to
leave la a abort time.
Albert pettier, purchasing ageat, la
apeadlag his leave of abeeace la Tessa
and Mexico. He wlU return the Irit
of the year.
B. K. Haydea. la charge of opera
tion aad maintenance, left Sunday for
Tesas, where he will visit relatives la 1
Pert Worth aad Dallas. Joha C.
Clegh'ora naeietant engineer, has Juat
been granted hla vacation aad ha will
leave tho local oSce tomorrow.
NEW PIKE CREEK
MKK COUNTY TOWN STARTS IN
WITH OOMTLKTB BRT OP OP
FICKKM AND THRKB SALOONS.
New Pise Creek, la Lake county,
has been Incorporated. Tbe flret ofl-
cars of tbe town are! E. Keller,
mayor; J. Scott Taylor, recorder;
Louis Lund, treasurer; Henry Cook,
marshal; H. M. Fleming, L. C. Via-
yard, Henry Weadt, O. H. AMrldge.
J. U. Oentry and J. O. Preesaaa, al
The town Is limited to fear sa
loons, three applications for Hceaeee
having already been made by He-
Curdy A Harvey, W. S. Cramley aad
Anderson A Williams.
J, Scott Taylor, tbe elty recorder,
was formerly. In the newspaper busi
ness In Klamath Palls.
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CAMPAMN CONTBIBUTKMfB TO
TRR PIvOOfeemmTVK CAUSC ARM
MADK KNOWN IN A
PILES IN WASBBJMION
UaKed Press Serrlee
manhood deadf If se.
Johnson aaywbero wlUla Ue
Umiu of LeaMaaa aad reeerse a ee-
ward ef 11,000 fresa taeaa
themsetves ea Cases olea
weald iwUer die Una have
Maaa sTaeWaa Waal awlWdwfgra'OamaWe
latter reeetved here today
roe, La., seat be Chief, of
rtaM of the aaara'
elMe Camerea, a 10-ysaf BM
girl of MlaasapsHs, , ,f
WhHmefe. R. O.
leek aad JT. W.
big gift row sea seloet'ls a WWmd
la ear eeMBtmeeseaeltaf
WASHINGTON, V. C, Dee. f. -
Progressive campaign esetrlbutleae
touted II7M7I. seeordlag U Ue
report Sled wlU the elert' of Ue
house of repreoeautlvee Merc today
by tbe progressive aatletial treasurer,
Thla amount, however, did aet ks
clude the pre-eeaveatlea eipeases.,
CntOtossaadClailm. , ' " ' ' "M
We have gafes' gatdaBlo tar swety , 'O'-.
eae,aad wlU prtea wdtasm awmll a l( V
sll. Lei ae. help yea itmt.fmr-'-?- m
gifts. Fifteea ysara esvewaaMa a "' M
yewr1 serrlee. , (j, ' .,,,j5
Tear gift ptwateass wan .a aaar I , 4
of eeleleaaA ear etere. ""' .,'':
' PRANK BLVPP - "-'"
a , weiaA emassaBV' ' n ''
?r t-'aUins? Go To Yur Doctor
.. micutl TrwiUJwUhdssiruir? Waeamsmksk'T,
Avr.r-s fiair sr-i -&
U'cfctHm deerers eadstee 0m'-ar wa vssnJJ BMjaB'fMBV' '': '
O E S N OT CQ LO R T H fr N AMkT
Hi" rili. 1 11
Clspp Is Champ
W. L. Clapp. the champion autoUt
of Southera Oregon, came over from
Klamath Palm Tuesday afternoon
wltb Mrs. J. Partln and daughter aad
Mrs. Laadla and daughter, After a
short visit here Clapp weat oa to
l'atiley and returned here at 111 10
p. m. That's "golag some." Lake
aameT Take away Ue power or the
attoraera to atloulate for a contin
uance escept for very aauaual reev
sons, aad Uea oaly apea Ue pay-
eat to Ue otker party ef ail hie ex
posses to date. Take away Ue now
er of the eeurt to great a coatlaaaaee
escept la rara laataaees, aad la aa
e more than oae postponement.
Require Ue person Sling a eult to
laaae a summons wRhla a apeetled
number of daya and to serve the aame
wltbla a detalte Ume; require aa aa
ewer wltbla a certaia Ume, with prao-
tleaily ao power to secure a poatpoae
meat of auch time, aad Uea a trial
wltbla a certain period. Aad It Ue
eaae la oae Uat must be eubmltted to
Ue court, compel a deeUtoa wlUtn
tea days, after Ue same shall have
Tbe courts are beeoatfag mere lib
eral la Ue coastruetloa of rules of
evldeaee aad Ue appUoatlea of rules.
But this can never reach Ue root of
the evIL It U Ue abuse of aU rales
of procedure that baa glvea rise to,
the aatleaal seatuaeat against Ue,
preeeat ayatem of Jurlsprudeaes. The
compUlat has beea laeplred ssore oa
account of Ue law's delay Uaa by
any oUer oae Ulag. LetUeeoaitag
legislature pass a few laws to eerrect
tbe evil, so far aa Oregea la eea-corned.
W. O. W.'OMeen, atteattoa Tara
In all Rituals before Dee. 10, 1011 to
C. P. De Lap, Beo'y. By order 0.0.
If M's wertai havlag,
etirlagV aVCIwtee4e af
FIRST LADY TO KNTKR WINTER'S
JKWKLRY STORK IS WHLL RE
PAID FOR HER TROUBLE OTH
KHS ARK IN LINK
Mr. Peteratelaer, who eeaducts a
boarding house oa Mala street, was
the first lady to eater Winter's Jew
elry store at Ua opening of the big
aale this morning, and she was4 pre
sented with n handsome ring, set with
two rubles. Although Mrs. l'etef-
stelner was Brat to sater the store,'
she waa not the oaly lady awaltlag
the opening of the aale, aa Uere was
a large crowd assembled at Ue Ume
Ue doors opeaed. Fifty oUer todies.
who were preeeat at Ue opening were
given handsome plan by Ue manage
meat. There kaa a steady stream of
purchasers going to the store all day,
and all leave tadea wltb purchase.
"We are going to seU UU stock
without regard, to Ue cost to Mr.
Winters." aald Mr. Otto, wko ta la
ckarge of tho sale for the creditors.
The Doople I represent must have
syf faasammamammamWaaaaav. -
aHdaamflaBmamamMmamT'BaamM ." afgamffs
ilea, as they aWa'
aoed aaara la
af Wlater. We
wHojaafaaBrnW VbtAV NrwVvfgaTai ,
gNtf a faaaa .aavafjr
ssea waa knew Mm
aad work aader ear"
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THERE M NO SaWURITX
MONEY WHHRK YOU OAK aWTR
THE anaST NATIONAL RANK HB NO)
Votes Oosssag la
ThU morning's budget ef mall
brought la eight mere replya to Ue
couaty eourt'a letter to the voters of
the oesnty, asking as is Uetr pleas
ure la Ua dleposHlea af Ua oM.eourt-
kousealte- Sevea of Ue replies favor
selllag, Uree ask Uat Ue site be re-
talaed, aad4P. B. Kara of Boaansa
Informs tke eeurt la hla totter Uat he
Thla makes a total af III la favor
ef seUlag aad III fartka reteaUoa of
Us site, Tke uree aew vetea ta ra
ver ef reUining the atte are mas
THE FIRST NATI6NAL
"The Bank of Service
Capital f 100,000
Good BH Pleaeea
"Tbe best bill presented la tbe
house." was the universal opinion of
the large Audiences attending tost
night's show at the Star Ueater, la
epeaktng of tke entertainment given
by the "Musical Bsatleys." There le
a great deal of talk about the bill to
be heard today, aad crowded houses
are looked for tor the rest. of the
The BeaUeya have a mueioai aet.
sylophoae and piano, and their aplea-
did rendition of "Poet aad Peasaat
woa both audlencea. In addition to
claaaloel njuslc, they alsoreader pop
ular (alrs In a unique mamaer. t
Veraoa Blatr returned to AtoeaM
MMlead, while Ue athara ars tress all today after a brief sojourn la tWe
parte ef Ue eouaty. - 'elty.
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la an important factor in any
and often oontributdja toward sueitai
Let u show yo our stock of rxd papr
and priavt for' you a M of eq- sia-
tiotviry which will pror. av
W. O. SMITH
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