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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1e Evening Herald labochaiemak
P. . MURRAY
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WEDMCRDAY, JUNK 23, 1B20
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liANUKM, VAM.KY NEWH
JT. M. C tailth
Mlcbltan furnishes tbe thalr
min of the hoase committee oa
labor In Representative Smith.
He haa been busy with his com.
. mltteo framing tbe bill to create
a women's bureau tn tbe Depart
ment ot Labor. This bill will af
fect 10,oe,eoo women 'earned
ta Industrial pursuits tn the United
State. This proposed legislation
la Intended to formulate standards
nd policies which wilt promote
the welfare of wage-earning
women, Improve their working
conditions. Increase their efficiency
and advance their opportunities
for profitable employment. He is
, ,lth n latent as rare as it li re-
."reahing. Hurt Southern entertained
' the audience at Houston's opera
4ms last night with two hours ot
AaauInA humor. ftauthem'n ult
a,-?- .nrt ,1..... -n.i f, f,n. .nv A clover dauclng act by
earao fiber. That's the raro part ot Sand a piano brainstorm by Frank
ft. The mass of modern comedians. 8hn' who n" n rtraat n rota in the
, liarce ami uces a specially on me
piano, wherein he Is billed as "The
lino singer. Her voire is not only
.odd and Interesting but Is also evi
dently trained and, added to othor
, .vuiiiub, uittfcUB urr Htl u iriuiu.
f,, fm .nv A clover uaucing aci oy uoooy
am rather prone to run to rank.
rrawth and ftt'n Intereirtlnr tn
ejae of fine grain Piano Nut" and merits tho title, and
And tho majority need a vehicle to1 wrernl other " lHw.
tnndlo their "wit" about In. Inp,en,5r of fe,cblnB . n
tier words It's made to order by the ,op of a rca,"r taaD fttrco ,uake8 lne
playwright. But Southern has the'"D" wc" wurln ""a-
. -...- - .. .... I Messrs. Goodman &. Hashes, man
- arimiic lacuuy mil scorns me-i
kanlcal aid. Lines that are com.ascrs. like the looks of Klamath Falls
Sloan'sce. and which a huneler would iand nre almoti read5r to J,,J tne
anangle unmercifully, under his clever iw;fuet of Mr' ucn tnat V
-fcandlinic are transfcrmed into mirth- rau,a u"c ,or '" wcv c,,u' ,u '""'
caso tbo bill will be ehangeu atier
provoking phrases, and situations ore
velvet! out of entirely ordinary ma
in vivw of the tact that
4erlnl and so shaded bv deft exnres- thev have practlcally'de:lded to take
ton ot face or tone, or appropriate I the k stand they are reducing
jeeture. that they reach the heights the prices for future periormances iu
C the' ridiculous. And. on top of the SO cents and $1. beginning tonight.
when "Hen Pecked Henry." wun
added and different vaudeville spe
cialties, will be repealed.
median's talent, the plct ot "Hen
Vacked Henry" is laughable from
tart to finish.
Last jilght's audience enjoyed
eatnenTs wit and though the crowd
was net large the applause was fre
Mat and prolonged.
Tke' stir of "Hen Pecked Henry"
4a supported by a cast that Is uni
formly excellent, although somewhat
vernhadowed by the comedian's art.
Fomiastcme some really good spe
cialties were Intersperred In last
ilgnrs program but the acrobatic
8CMMONH rOK PUHLI CATION
Kqulty No. 1109
In the Circuit Court cf (he State of
Oregon, for the County oi Kiamain,
Rlrey A Balrd. plaintiff, vs. Umma
O. nobluson. W. C. Foster ana u. ai
In the namo ot the State of Oresen:
To V. C Foster and L. M. Lang
You are hereby rer.ulrcd to nppear
j. . . ..and atlAV.fr mo cumvailll iiivu
anc:ng an ny bouttern was a claslc.laKalMt you in the ab'cve entitled suit
IUuiiIm Arc ltnalrrl
II. J. Ticknor, assisted by Virgil
Deal, look the road soraper up to the
lieiU of tho valley and buck and
smoothed tbe roads, and Ccrl Deal'
aided tbe good work by throwing out
the order for publication of this sum-' Mlsa opal Harvey win sponu mo
imons.- And It you inn ru iu aui;i aummer wun ner ccuain, .urn. ijvi
or appear tor wain mereui, i.. jjcDonald. and In tho fall return to
I.ANClKi.1,, June 2.1. -The fecent
rains' 4eted the rye and other grain
crop!), mid Vthir it wni thtiught
thon would be no crop, it now bids
fair to be good.
Thti LutiRell Lumhor cempuny tiuvu
bctin running the mill on Lmigoll
Vultey niountiiln for over n mouth,
and (ho hugo pllcx of newly stiirked
lumber glto testimony ot Uiolr worx
They are at present employing about
40 men and work nn eight-hour shift.
Airs, Daisy Huntley Is at present
enjoying u visit from her nuire, Mrs.
Comffler of Olcno, Oregon.
Uunny Casey Imlulgeil In a uow
Font Cur during tho week, hut, ait yet,
hasn't bevn able to run It. It wen't
gn without gasoline.
Merle Ktlgore and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Miss Nolu Deal has Just returned
from .Central Point, where sho has
been attending school tho past winter.
A largo swarm ot bees visited
Frank P. Groh's home In the valley
and covered the fence, posts Iu front
ot his hptue, Saturday,
A number huve been riding for
beef tills luit Meek, among them Fred
Hilton, Leonard Johnson, Clifford
Vermillion, Everett Malone, Iran Kit
gore, fleorge Vermillion and Merle
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Flackus vis
ited tn tho vultey at tho homo of
Warren Kllgoro Suuday.
11. K. Wlnnard, road supervisor,
assisted by Merle and Wnrron Kll
gore, Uunny Cuscy, John Noble and
James Malone have been grading
dtwn the hill and tilling in and plow
ing tho road In front of James Ma
lono's place the last weuk.
IluUdlng Lug Home
Arthur Iappen, an cx-soldljr, bos
been hewing togs and building a log
house on his homestead Just south of
Jack Illlllngsley's place. Ho has tho
walls about five feet high and the
rest of ihe ork well under way.
Ivan Ktlgore Just completed a
much needed flve-lre fence on his
land, knon as the Pro-omptlon on
the vast side of (ho alley.
C'ovt. IlU)H HornrM
The government horse-buyer who
Inspected and bought horses at Will
Campbell's. Sunday, bought many
huad from the ranohen In tke valley.
Among those selling were Oscar and
Wilt Campbell. It. C. Cowley, George
Noble. Ivan Kllgore and Bunny
John Turner Just returned from
Jim Huntley's homestead place with
a load cf wool recently sheared from
the two parties', sheep, at thai place.
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X IN KEEPING WITH OUR WORD WE ARE QUOTING THE FOLLOWING
LOW PRICES TO ALL CASH BUYERS. THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD
FOR THE ENTIRE WEEK:
' Cltus-o & Sunborn'ti Coffci', lib, Rig. CD. ,
Spociul i. '
Chase & Sunburn'; Coffee, 21b, Keg.,
51.25., Special ' a
Folder's Teu, Black or Green, Keg.
50c tb. Special . ; I
Best Grade Fruit Salad, large size.i
Special . .
Cosmos' TomaloeH, 2 for 35 cts. or '
Per Case .. . .. . T
Meueo Corn, 2 for 35 cU. or
Per Case ".':.. " .' . ,
Goody-Goody Peas, 2 for 35 cU. or
Per Case . .
Regular 45 ct. Bulk Coffee.
Special ... ,
K. C. Baking Powder, Reg. SO ct. can.
Special ...j ' ,'...
K. C. Baking Powder, Reg. 50 ct. can.
Special , . . . ...
K. C. Baking Powder, Reg. 25 ct. can.
Special .. ! ...
We will pay this week 45 cents per dozen cash for nil fresh
Watch Saturday's paper for next week's Specials.
J. E. ENDERS & CO.
Mao McCren, the sbrewdish wife ofon or before July 9. 1320. that henR.ho i0080
-Hen Peeked Honry." filled tho bill the last day of the time proscribed ln J
admirably. Sho left nothing undone
to makettbe part a sucrcss. and
-liarder still did net overdo It. nlalntllt will apply to tho Court for , . ' .....
Charlotte Linne Is one of a bevy of J&mraTZu came' from his homo
talented girls carried by tbe show., Tba, tUal certaln mortcsge ,! falifornio nnd will help with the
She has an excellent soprano volceccutod by the defendant. Kmrnn 0.(naJ. on the Doa, ralfh ,, BUmmer,
and her vocal numbers v,ero a feature Robinson, on the 31st day of March. .. i, drv nn.i hot i Caii.
cfthoi)roTam ilSH, In favor of the plaintiff fori"" reports u ury anti not iu tan-
in ?!1 v n u .. (the sum of IXSOO. payable one earjfornla. '
wis .May me iRue has a figure afttr date, wlth.'lntercst at tho rate. jj0i nowoy recently purchased four
nd a voire that corresponds. She Is of S per cnt. per annum, covering 'k f . Kllcoro and has
B.t. ..,.i. . . s al. fll.au In ,las liml Afl I Aervfirev - . - - - .
ri"eB"lBe .?" UnUnCey ,Mtt ah of rtlon3:To:h Id M South' lbm milking for the
no cnmpi nrirnin istniih it .iidnnA t 7" - " .. . .' i .
.fc 7 .--... ......!., iiange 10, East or Willamette aien-
f tho baritone effoct of the mas:u- dlan, Klamath County. State of Ore-
- 'r""y be foreclosed by decree of this
jUourt; mat tno sum oi iu oe ai-
I inwn ak n rHKfnHiiiH aiiurno b iv
ROBERTS & WHITMORE
their gardens and report thai
den sass" Is tine.
Italn fell Monday nttxrnooii.
o. ii ri) iitintlni;
prices so rfuil
"BftV-'J "In New lulna hc1i UIIm- Iiuh ltl SD.MMONN
iirn purtlrulur system of tattooing' In ltt rirrull Court of tbe Hluln of
Itlio body, and should n iiiemlwr of Oiegnii. tor tlie Comity of Kluinslb,
any ntttr trtbr Imitate the lutlorn. , "X. V A,"",,,,,,r; l',?'n,,",J "'
,. . . . ,. ... . J.hn JlMimiiH AI'iii.(iiT, Di'ft-rulnnt.
u is rrKMrin-ii s fuuu n sunineni Ti John Tbiimas Alexa tr. I),.fnl.
i In the liuniii nf the Slate of Op'Ken:
MM Ultl) II
ri'ijoiu for a iliTlurullDii of war
.tweeu Din tv.0 trllx'S.
Wlieq I'iKrnul rfnun ofTicnri, !
Kan to mut.o me of tho tu roi'l.nin In
ili-tectlng Illicit stlllH In the nun
tains of Wctt VtrglnU utiii eustMru
Kttnturky. tl.x raoiiUHli.nerN nut' hel
thnlr ciitrir!i l) Im tailing n mm
tern or 1ri'Itm to i;Ivm warnlm of
tlw iippenrunre of the revcnj
Vou an- h ri'by niiiilrcd to apiH-ur
and iin,r tl roiuplulnt flli-il
ngulnit you In the abavo entitled suit
on nr Ix'inri) the llttli iluy of August.
1920. that being the uxpiral'on of llm
bix wk pulillrution of this sum
mors u prmrrilMMl by the 'rdur for
jiiilii: 'llnti Ihini-of minis hy the
rourl nrnl If you full hi to unswi-r.
tlic pl.nMiff Hill turn a d'fntilt nnd
li'r-f ugnliiHt )ou dUnolVIng I ho
lioiulM ot nilitriirioto cxlntlnc botween
SECRETARY TO THE
III iBHsV 5 Am T
1 rVpHBF(i' 'i j
I ''rriiaaTaaawiaw t.
T-Vjt Vv7BBBBBmif eBSSSSLH
In said foreclosure proceeding, to-
gott.er with ccsts ot suit.
That the defendants, W. C. Foster
and L. M. Langley be barred und
foreclosed of every right, tltlo and
eiiulty of redemption, or other Inter
est In said mortgaged property, save
the statutory right of redemption, in
said premises. '
ThU summons Is served by publi
cation thereof, In tbe Kvcctng Herald,
a daily nev.spapcr, printed, published
and ot general circulation In Klam
ath County, Orogcn, by order ot
Honorable D, V. Kuykondall, Judgo
ot tho above entitled court, mado
and filed May 27th, 1930. which said
o'der requires that this summons be
puhl'sbrd onco a eek ,fnr six con
secutive weeks, beginning on tbo 28 tli
day of May, 1320. ,
GEO ESTES nnd
W A WIRRT, "
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
.NO'lICi: OF II.VAIi alh.-ou.nt
,j toaiMtilkl aecretary ta
, gr flant of the United etatee
lJAtoiv'M nueh labor aad aiaav
VI w laaaah Tanulty. aeeretary
JU- fwUdaat. .leaflBiua
i 9 AMWefer kit daily am.
a4 Htuwm from Sua
notick is m:w:nY OIVCN that
the uniltr.slgiiPd bus filed in the
County Court ot Klamath County,
Oregon, tho final account of his ad
ministration of tho Estate of Louie
it. jJixon, deceased, ana ine Baia
Court bat fixed July 10, 1920, at the
hour or 10 o'clock In the forenoon
of said day, end tho Court Itoom of
tho County Court of Klamath County,
Oregon, In Klamath Palls, Oregon,
as the date, time and place for the
hearing cf objections against said
final account, If any there be, and for
tbe settlement thereof. ;
i BENSON DIXON,
Administrator of tbe Estate
of Louie II. Dixon, deceased.
Jane 2-1-1 1-23-30
A Classified Ad will aa-JR.
Among others In the valley who are
dairying are Levi McDonald, Ivan'
Kllgore, Cecil Deal, Uunny Casey,
Merle and Warren Kllgore and Alfreji
Miss Margaret Lord of Klutnath
Falls has been spending her vacation
with her sister, Ltda Duncan.
Mrs. Rena Deal has been renorat
Ing her bouse the la it week, remodel
ing the Interior, papering the rooms
and changing It generally.
Mlsa Mlrian Martin was a Sunday
visitor at the Frank I'. Oroli ranch,
Alfred Duncan helped Arthur lap-
pen make pubis for new fenco lust
C. T, Darlny was In our vnlloy
doing some survey work for tho Irrl-1
gatlcn dli.trlct lust week.
Will K'JIor hiiiikil ii load of lumber
off of Iinunt mountain lasi woel:
from tho Worlow mill.
Will Campbell and wife poisoned
squirrels on their ploce, Saturday
James Huntley -uh a )M-Hcngor on
Monday's stagu to Ilonunzu
Cecil Deal and nife visited Klam
ath Fulls, Monday
The'Mlsues Tuttlo, spent Sunday at
their home from tbolr place on Oocd-
Cuulne Test Anno)H
There seems to be iull n commo
tion going up from the women on tbo
east s)de of the valley oror the fact
that their lives in tho rimroclc an
egg-suiklng dog, which visits the ben
house en any and all provocation.
Dewey und John Horn went to
Bonanza Thursday on business.
,'MosV everyone" in t&e"-valley -ha
had ail the early vegetables from
PORTLAND. June 2.1. Kllii Lewis
GarretAon. nf Tuciiina, v.an toduy
elected imperful potentate of the
Shrine.', Tbo only contist will ho for
tho office of outer guard, for which
there are about 10 cumlldbtui. Most
of tcday'H festivities Included uuto
mobile rldus over tbo Columbia highway.
jMpjIlr.r' ntiTtalririiontfi were ar-
pl.i'litiff nnd onrnnlf, and also
In the rural districts or 'H'rniirij.iiuch other and further relief, Inclml
... . , ilng nllnmny as Id the Coitrt muy
not ho man) y.nrs ago. 'u weJ. Hnem Just unJ citiltuble.
dings" vkTii Jjiiltn Piimninn. Thoiol This 'iminjn Is pulills'ied by or-
hit a mm ii v KU7kmiaii, jiiugn
lot thu iiliiiM- named court, duly mado
ranged for the pecjutary licuctil of on tin- I'.tril day of June, 1U20.
ii... i.H.iri i,air for ii i-iii.mii .udi '' " ,lM" "r "'" tinl publication
tiin bridal pair, lor tno (.nests each hvfvu1 iH Jimil 23( 1S20
paid jn udmlttauce fee. The receipts . y -- JJILLH, '
went toward furnishing n liotm fori Attorney for I'lnlnllff,
tm j.wIv,.Ih , . . ,K,lu'"n''' ru,U' 0t"''
1.IIIIIH 23-30-7-1 '-21-2R-4
THE ANSWER IS RIGHT AT HIS ElBOW
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