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HATtlRDAY, AUO. IS, 1814
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OftEGON pass Scene ot Coming Battle for Naval Supremency of TV O M z 1 t J S' JS A . MCLIOIAUP O J o lucuirt Tl V. I JC-ANUCI. ut i$m1Ht rho trMt naval bslile rel v ;,,..,. mutt bo fuuabl within a few il. rllber In lb HaKlf or lite North U Tbo HrllUh till", pofbepi only portion of lb" whole A5'. ' llio ttralr.l Url er tbrd lit lit hblory of the woril, reiv4 ! Threatical Business Has It's Troubles Now lir l'.t!l (Written for tb NKW VOIlK. As, J& It I ((r4 on ff4X thai (lenetal Hhtrmitn mutt h ln a lh trlfl tohirr. OllicfwU" h ould bat tt- txn able to 'fr In urh ctflkll Uncuace utt wbal r W At uu i( it! btm and trad ar tf, and hate tlor. of Kalior Hill (ballrattnc tlto ortd lo ncht, )tu mr not ibtnk that (hi lord of ar. bo It sow In Ihp role be ha Innc ntcl to Ujr. U tnui(nt up jour ibtrfo lr for lh winter. Wrll bo l. KUef mil not not)' U trhlnc lulifltiwl tit isum np tbe whole ELY'S CREAM BALM OPENS CLOGGED NOSTRILS ANO HEAD-CATARRH GOES InMantly Clear Air !' .Yo llrralit Kreely. NaMy MKtMrc hto-I Hr4 OokU atMl Stall eel VaaUlt Try "Kly'a Cream Ual." )t a amall bottle anyway, Juil lo try It Apply a little In the NoalrlU itd In.tmitl, our clogged noee and loredub air pataagea of the head III open; you will breathe freelyj IuIIufm ant) headache dlaappear. Ily "tortiliig. the catarrh, rold.obead or catarrhal lore throat will dlaapper. Knd urb mltery now (ltt the mall botiia of "Kly'a Cream Halm" an drug atore, TbU awl. fra- tram balm dlaeolVM by the beat of J Prompt Service W.O.SmijhNitingCo. Good rrinting Fourth St., between CVlr?m.ANIA.G NORWAi T ff!f 'KAMUUUG HRCMCU E 11 COlOOHl irucilott rlr U'(1umJ tuurnlnc, ttt '.Ink or retuurt." i vl vr. ..!. of flerwanr. .... ., At ibM llwf lb- lliltl.h rhli. tff) OMe offlrUI. of whefw h-te In Ibo North Ke. bui rour. oulil tot " HI.M.Tt (?nltrl Vtv) of llorot', but Ihroucb bl bolo to btoadaldn butllnc of dtxlara llou of ar W rauttnc Httt old lftadr no eud of ort. No on ba b-n boutlnc during tbe Ut rupl of )rar otr on drfut urreMM and tba outlook fot the roiulng t-oti vblfh wn good until alt tbU outrrabk ol a ralam itou war ba glrcn a dull grar dtruri)t(orballle hUr In the nmi t'Ur", rehwral for manj bo mar be delayed becau tho tirinrlaU ar hld In KumiKi, Whether ihrr are unable lo ge a tteamer home or baten't ibo roonr Ibe noeirllaj peneiratea and heal tba Inflamed, awollen membrM which Usee Ibe bom, bead ltd throat; clearvalr paaaagee; fopa uaaty dU cbaatea and a feeJAg of eleanalng e Iwniedlately. wake tonight atrur , with head Bluffed; oeed, hawking gad blowing. a cold, wlU IU running ul mucoua dropping Into Ibe . end raw dryneea l dlatraalM but truly needleaa. Iut your faith Jual once la "Kly'a Cream Ualut" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. (I'ald AdrertUment.) Reasonable Prices Main and Klamath oorblav relief afm Aton't lajrt ailng for JTeatb foetrtle L'alaraa or ofo Woat h -. L, or fc STOCKHOLM'S 4? 1 doAt1" M V fir JT .'OIAMB . y a ..,... OAHZI 1 POCCN e V BtRLIN ,. .- HA1I7 r; w " WARSAW l ba Un aaid by ciperU that tbe Ocrmane ?uia Irr to Oeetrojr tbe " ' ' .' . " " a y ojteo for Umlloi trooj.i near L, ,.elof.bur, Ltfofo ,. woutJ B. ,-, ,, , ..rlM -.,,., mt.. injulm the lirllltb commattder to round Denmark and mtr the Ilaltlc, I to far for a ticket docan'l make aor difference, Tho chance are agalmt , Itiflr mlurnlug In llmo for rebearaal on the datn tber were thetlulel to Ugln. Tim t'fr agenta hato jumped on the war. Incidentally, aa a meant of bringing the to marooned acton and arireir Into print again. If any one ha been overlooked, they were Certain!) in iota such placvs a 7.iYrlulitictt and the cable t tuiel to carry tbe name of the town, the cnor fearing the combination might mean aomethlng or waa In tended to be calling the king name. At the Churches llrmta MrtbodUi KplacofeJ Cttnrcit Corner Tenth and High eueeta; U. iiicnaraa, miBiiier. t 10 a. m.. Hunday acbool. Ceo. J. Walton, auparlntendenu Morning aenko at il a, m, MU otunary ermon by llrr. J. A. Davit. iplal mulc. MUrtl Quartette 'The l-ord Is Mindful of HI Own" Mra. i; II Henry, Mr. A. J. Vore. Wrnoti MoUcbenbACher. Harold IKlnnoar jjoltt "Tho Urd 1 Mindful or 111 I Own . MUn LouUe iicuion Kvetiltig aong and termon at $ p m. Hxclal tntutr, Kolo MIm Ida Motnrer I'rayer meeting Wed net day crenlng a l K;00 o'clock. Judge Ilenion't clau meeta at 10 a. m. Kpworth laguojit ? p m. K, M. Chtlcote, prettdent. Fire PrrelryierUa Church Cor&er of Third and Pint StreeU. J. 8. Stub bledeld, patter. Huparlntendenl of Sunday acbool J. U, Maaon. Clerk or Beattona C. C. Hogue. OrganUt Mitt Vera Houston. I'roaldent Chrlitlan Kndeayor Koy Lal'ralrle. Sunday acbool at 10 a. m. ('reaching at 11 a. in.; subject, "Ood Ural." Itev, J A. Darli of UX Angele will preach at I p. in. Sunday. Christian Endearor at 7 p. m. I'rayer meeting Wednesday at S P. in. Mis Marjorlo McCluro will alng at tho morning service and Mis Edith Wllion will sing Sunday even tag. You are cordially Invited (o all ct them service. A ipoclal Invitation It given lo atranger. Uaptlat Cliarch Corner Eighth and Canal street. nv. A. P. Simmons, pastor. Dlble school at 10 a.m. every Lord's Day, C, R, De Ip. superintendent Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. very Lord's Day, unless otherwise notlted. Woman's Howe and Xorelga Mis sionary Society meet Brst Thursday of each month at a: 10 p. in, Prayer (lag every Wednesday eveulug at 7: SO p. m. Choir practice Friday avMings, Kveryoat cordially Invited lo all of l bete servloas. "1 was glad when Ibey said unto me, Let us go Into the aoute of tt Lord." Pan, ISM. Church of U Bacred Mean Corner Worden aveaut and Donald areeta. the World .VILNA JIYDTKUMNEH PROSTKGNfWlRAtLCM HANN&SBUKO Mp Out tbe iltuatlou wat such that the lirltUh Seel could bardlr fall to tneet the Otrmaoa, It would be impoulble for them to I tare tbe Ilaltlc without blnc ifn. Derond that tber can da much more damage there to Ituaalan rill? than tber can ouc- tber leave it. COM SA6E TEA IN HAIR 10 DARKEN II ITti aiUXDMOTHlIH-tf KECII'C TO KUIU' HER IXCIU DAKX, GUM V. THICK The old time mixture or Saga Tan and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair la grand- ,' mother's treatment, and folks are again using 11 to keep their a good, even color, which Is quit sensible, as J we are Ilrlag In aa age when a yoata- ful appearance Is of the greatest ad vantage. i Nowadays, tltougb, e don't have jibe troublesome task of gathering tba age and the musay mixing a horn. All drug store sell the raaJrHo-use product called "Wyelfe's fage and Sulphur Hair He about 60 cents a bottle. pular. ba cause nobody ca it has bees your comb applied. Simp' or a soft brut draw tola one small through your strand at morning tba gray balr d rs, but what da lth Wyeta's Saga lights the I and Butpbu that, besides bsautl tbe hair after a few fully darke: application, It also produces that toft lustre and appearance of abun odece which Is to attractive; beside, prevents dandruff. Itching acalp and falling balr. (Paid AdverUaasMnt) Kev. Wm. McMillan, 8. J., pastor. Tirst Mas at C a. m. High Mas and Benediction at lu:S0 a. m. Catechetical Inttructlona every Sat urday and Sunday morning at 9:30. Week day Man every morning at 7:16. Services at Merrill on the third Sunday of each month. Church of ChrUt ScleaUata Services art held on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and Wednesday nvenlng at 7:10 in Christian Selene Hall, in the Jacobs block, corner Third and Main streets, upstair. Lesson for Sunday, "Soul." Christian Chnrvh Corner of Ninth and Pine street. Kldar 8, D. Har lan, minuter. Kealdamee. cornsr Tenth nnd High streeta.' Phone 147. Dibit school at 10 a. m., C. C. Col vtn, superintendent Preaching at 11 u. in., subject, "Duty of Faultrlndlng." Preaching service at 8 p. m. Wednesday at 20 p. n Mrs, Mltcbner, Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. H. S. Fox, president. Wednesday eveulug, prayer meal ing. You are welcome to all the ser vices. .New School Con ruction ork i e new pub- lie scaohl building progressing nlcoly, art ne meat walls 1 Bob Hall says they y for the car Of this weak. pentara I Building rapidly being put out at lb ell In all the work to the satli of tho public.- La Pine lutekJsfuntaia. pasdy" fa li Is Tryo idUcov IT DOlStHt Wwlth y and dtair, mvauaa; Almeyby iUppe auiev w ? y llcturn lo Ashland Mr. John flunn left this morn ing for Athlaad, af(r & visit of tome length with her parent, Mr. and Mr. Mote James of Lorella. Subscribe for tbe Herald. (0 cents a to oath. Legal Notices in tbe county court of the state of Oregon, for (he county of Clacka mas. In the matter of tho cntate of Aguust W. Neumann, deceased. Notice U hereby given that by vir tue of an order and license heretofore granted by tbe above-named court to the undersigned administrator of tbe estate of August W. Neumann, de ceased, I will offer for sale, and on and after tbe 26th day of Beptamber, 1914. will tell at private sale, for cath, to tbe highest bidder, subject to confirmation by tbe said court, tbe following described real property, to- It: The east half of the sonUtweet quarter of section tfleem (II) and the northeast quarter of tbe northwest quarter, and tba north wel quarter of the northeast quar ter of section twenty-two (22), In towmblp thirty-eight (21) south, rango eleven (11) east of tbe Wil lamette meridian, being In Klam ath county, tute of Oregon, and containing one hundred sixty (1C0) acres, mora or less. All bids may be mailed to me or to ar attorneys at Oregon City, Or egon. OEOUOE L. 8TOKV. Administrator of the Estate of Aug ust W. Neumann, Deceased. Gordon E. Hayes and Earie C. Tal mouth, attorneys. 10-17-24-ll-7s Hum moat In the Circuit Court of tbe Bute of Oregon, for Klamath County. Cbarlee Wesley Judktna. Plaintiff. vs. Adra Beatrice Judklnt, Defendant To Adra Beatrice Judklnt, tbe Above- Named Defendant: In the name of the state of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit, on or before the 12th day of August, 1914. that being the last day of the time wltbia which defendant Is allowed to answer herein as fixed by Ibe court for publication ot summons herein; and ir you fall so to appear and answer, tba plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief prayed for In the complaint Sled herein, to-wlt: For a decree ot said circuit court ot the state of Oregon, for Klamath county rorevcr dissolving tbe bonds ot matri mony existing between the plaintiff and defendant, and for such other re lief aa to the court thill appear meet and proper In the premises. This summons is published in the Semi-Weekly Herald, a newspaper published at Klamath Fails, Oregon, by order of tbe Honorable William S. Worden, county judge ot said county. made and entered on tbe 1st day of July, A. D. 1314, directing service of summons herein to be made by publi cation thereof In such newspaper for six successive weeks. Dato of first publication hereof. July 2, 1914. C. C. BROWER. Attorney for Plaintiff. '.-2 8-13 aw Notice of Sherir Sale Uy virtue ot aa execution and or der of sale duly Issued by the clerk ot tbe circuit court ot the county ot Klamath, state of Oregon, dated the Tth day ot August, 1914, in a certain action in the circuit court tor said county and elate, wherein M. V llutcnik, as plaintiff, recovered Judg ment against Long Lake Lake Lum ber company tor the sum of twenty- seven thousand four hundred and forty-nine and 94-100 dollars and In terest, and costs and disbursement taxed at thirty-tour and 35-100 dol lars, on the 7th day ot Auguat, 1914. Notice I hereby given that I will on the 10th day of September, 1914, at the front door ot tho court house In Klamath Falls, In said county, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ot said day, sell at public auction to the high est bidder, for cash, the following described property, to-wlt: Beginning at a point 1804.2 feet south, S9 degree S3 minute weal, and CO feet north of the northeast comer ot lot 10 In section 19, township 38 south, range 8 east ot tha Willamette meridian, la Klam ath county, Oregon, thane aouth. S9 degrees 33 minutes wett.849 fuel to the shore ot Upper Lake; thence following the shore ot aaid lake south, 41 degree west, SS7 feot; theac aouth, 19 degrees west, 196 feet; thence leaving aaid lake, north, 88 degree IS ruinates eaat, 306.5 teat; theac north 181.1 Seat; thence north, 89 decree 81 min utes east, 184.6 feet; theac north 214.8 feet to tbe plaoe ot begin ning, together wttb the saw mill of the Long Lake Lumbar com pany, situated on the above des cribed tract, and all the machinery thereat; also an easement ovtr the following described property; be ginning at the northeast corner ot said lot 10, thence south, 28 de gre 46 minutes watt, 2,076. 1 feet; thence north, 78 degree SO minute west, 404.2 feet; Usaoe north 1,109.3 feet; thane north, 89 degree 23 minutes east, CO feet; thenco south 1.062 feet; theac south, 78 degrees 30 minute east, 690.1 feet; tbecco north 28 de grees 46 minutes east, 1,984.7 feet; thence north 0 feet; thence north, 89 degrees 22 minutes east, 141 feet; thence south 10 fast; thence south, 89 dsgre 22 minutes west, 102.2 feet to tba place of begin ning. Also a right to build and maintain a public drawbridge on the easement above described, across a canal constructed along tbe south line of the above des cribed property, but extending Is a direct line 600 feat from the lake, and also the right to sac aaid carnal for boating purees from said bridge to Klamath Lake, hot said canal it to remain unobstructed nnd not to be need for floating logs, by tbe Long Lake Lumber company, ite successor or aaalgaa. Taken and levied upon as the prop erty of tbe said Long Lake Lnmber company, or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tb aaid Judg ment in favor of M. L. Rateala against said Long Lake Lamber eeea pany, with Interest thereon, ftsjeUan with all costs and disbursements that bare or may accrue. C. C. LOW, Sheriff. Dy Geo. A. Haydea, Deputy. Dated at Klamath Fall, Oregota, August 7. 1914. 7-14-21-28-4 h In the Circuit Court ot tb Stat ot Oregon, In and for the County of Klamath. Klamath Iron Works, a co-partnership composed of E. O. Beardsley aad W. E. Piper. Plaintiff, vs. W. B. Kyle. Defeadaat To W. B. Kyle, Defeadaat: In the name of the Stat of Oregea, you are hereby required to appear aad answer the complaint of plaintiff Sled tn this action against you oa or before tbe 19th day of August, 114. that being tbe date set in tb order ot tb above entitled court for your appear ance and answer In the order tor publication ot summons issued ha this action; and. If you fall to so appear and answer, plaintiff will apply to said court for the relief demanded la told complaint, viz,: For a Judgmaat against defendant In the sum of one hundred fourteen and 3-100 dollar (1114.03). with Interest thereon at tbe rate of ten (10) per cent per aa- nura from and after the 22nd day of May, 1914. and for plaintlff'e coat and disbursements herein, and that the following described premises, to wit: Lots nine (9) and tea (10), la block ten (10) of Railroad Addition to the city or Klamath Falls, coaaty ot Klamath, state ot Oregon, upon which plaintiff has levied a writ ot attachment, be subject to tbe pay ment of said Judgment This summons la published la the Evening Herald, a dally newspsper printed and published and of general circulation in the city ot Klamath Falls, county ot Klamath, stat ot Oregon, under and by virtue ot an or der ot the Honorable Henry L. Bea ton, Judge ot the circuit court ot the state ot Oregon, In and for the coun ty ot Klamath, made and entered oa the 6th day of July, 1914, the first publication under said order to b oa the 7th day of July. 1914. and the last publlaction to be on the 18th day of August, 1914, being for six consecu tive and successive week. E. L. ELUOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff. 211-4 Wllllts building. Klamath Falls. Oregon. 7-14-21-28-4-11-18 b Order to Show Cause Why Sal of Real Estate Should Not B Mad Probate Index No. 3, rage 151 In tbe county court ot tb etate ef Oregon, In and for the county ot Klamath. In the matter ot the estate ot Pren tiss S. Puckett, deceased, Kittle E. Puckett, administratrix. Kittle E. Puckett, the regularly ap pointed, qualified and acting admin istratrix ot the estate ot Preatlee 8. Puckett, deceased, having filed aad presented to this court her regularly verified petition praying for an order for the sale ot certain real estate, be longing to the said estate, tor the purpose ot paying debt aa therela eat forth, and It appearing to the court that It la necessary aad lawful that said premises be sold, bow, therefore, It la hereby ordered aad directed by this court that all perseaa later sated la aaid estate be, aad they ar hereby directed to appear bf err tale court on the 27th day of Auguat. 1914, at the hour ot 10 o'clock a. m. oa said day, la th couaty court room In the court bout la tb ett t Klamsth Falls, state ef OVsjtew asvd then end there to show cause, If aay there be, why aa order for the sale or the following described premise at private talo for cash should set bo by this court mad aad catered. Tb property to b sold la des cribed as follow, to-wlt: Tbe homestead of tb aaid Preav tlss 8. Puckctt, deeeaeed. I tb south halt of la sta east quarter (8ft of ), aad lb southeast quarter ef the southwest quarter (SB 14 ef SEfc) of section twenty (SO), aad the north wait quarter of tb north east quarter (NBfc ef the NIK) of scticts tweaty-aia (89), all la township thirty-aiae (89) south. rang Iv (6) eaat WUleatett meridian; that tale u aa enlav proved homestead upoa whJef thsre is cbaaiderabl Umber aad some meadow lead. It is hereby farther ordered that. la addition to the jtereeaal aerrle of th resident heirs at said sdate, service of this order b mad by pab- licatioa thereof for a parted ef few coaaoeutlv aad saiisaair week g the Evealag Herald, a newtar priated aad eircaUted la th eoaacy of Klamath, state C Otegjea. Dated at Klamath Falat, OresM. this 15th day of Jaly, 1914. WM. 8. W0BD8W, Judge of th eematy a-art eC Us conaty of Klamath, state ef Or egea. 29-6-1S-19-S8 a for FabtJsatlsm Xa Fsw. dTasUssL Ccafty C9t. (n th circuit Ceart at the State ef Oregoa. for th CswaaTy ef aTlamstb. H. J. Loekwood. PutatMf. TB. Fred K. Merrlu (a Fred MerrKt). To Fred K, Meerltt (a hailed Fred MerrKt). the above i defeadaat. la th aam ef th State ef Ore gea: Tea are hereby swotted that M. J. Leckwod. th balder eg of delUguemcy aambrd 48T, Bpea th 26th day C lawaary. A. o. 1914, by th tax eaitoster eC aUaae- atb Coaaty. State f Origin, far the smouat ef ala aad 49-199 filiate. th aam twin- th asaeaat thea da aad deUae.eat far tax far th year 1910 together with psaalty, later eat aad cost thane apoa th real i erty asaaasad te yam. of ar th owaar a appears ef retard. situated la'aald coaaty aad etate. aad particularly bounded aad daaerlbsd a follows, te-wlt: Lou tour (4) aad fir (6) la block two (2). Bueaa Vfcrta addKlea to Klamath Falls. Oregoa. (formerly Llnkrville. Oregoa), accordlag to th duly recorded plat thereor aow apoa file in the otflc ot th couaty dark at Klamath Fall. Orsgaa. You ar further aotlfled that aaid H. J. Loekwood baa paid tax est said premiss for prior or aakssquaat years, with th rat of lateraat am aaid amounts aa follows, to-wlt: Year's tax. 1911; date paid. Feb. 26. 1914; tax reoeipt No. 4817; rat of interest. 16 per ceat per aaaum. Year's tax. 1912;; date paid. Feb ruary 2C, 1914. tax receipt No. 47S7; rate of Interest. IS per eaat per aa aum. Year's tax. 1913; date paid, March 31. 1914; tax receipt No. 8410; rata of Interest, 16 per ceat par aaaum. Amount paid for the year 1911, 7.81. Amouat paid for th year 1911. 12.52, Amouat paid for th year 1919, 13.68. Said Fred K. Msrrltt (sometime called Fred Merrltt), aa th legal owner ot th abov described prop erty aa the same appears of record. aad each ot th other perseaa abort named are hereby aotltwd that H. J. Loekwood will apply to th Ctrealt Court ot th Couaty aad State afore said for a decre forecloateg the Ilea a gamst the property abov described. and mentioned In said certificate. Aad you ar hereby summoaed to appear wltbia sixty daya after the first pub lication ot this aummoaa, exclusive ef the day ot aaid first publleaUoa. aad defend thla acUoa or pay the aawaat dm aa abov ahowa. together wjta coeta aad accrued lateraat, aad' ta case of your failure to de so, a decre will be rendered foreclosing the ttea f,t aaid taxea aad cob ta 'a met the land aad premise' abov aemad. This aummoaa la pnbllahed by araer of tb Hoaorabl Kaary L. Beam, Judge of tbe Clreelt Court ef H State ot Oregea far th Ceaatyef Klamath, aad said order was sae4e and dated thla 8th day ef Jaly, A. D, 1914, aad th date ef tbe first fia UcaUoa of thla aummoaa la ta'9th day ef July,' A. D. 1914. ABspeje ceaa aad papers la thla preeed)lag aiay a srvdrapa the aawseJasaMd reclaJag' wltbia tba State ef Pwaaa at the aMrcas arceJter aMstasmf. O'NBILL UAXnmWf, - Attorney fr WshttsW, Address. Leeesla BalMlac. Ktoav ath Fails, Orefoa. Tetial r I ' ) ,1 I tPft- r. -'