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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
$935 ON YOUR FARM
R YEARS. Tractor manufacturers have
sent much time and money, and have also
' accumulated many gray hairs, trying to pro
duce a tractor mac win piow plowing
being their only objective.
Henry Ford built 57 models while trying to find the
type of .tractor that would not only plow successfully
but, having completed your plowing, you must have
a tractoftlhat will successfully do your surface work,
and give, you a completed seed bed. This he ac
complished .when he completed the 58th, or the pres-enc-lsatUfrfciory
This model Fordson tractor has been on the mar
ket two years', and although within that time there
have been a few mechanical improvements and cor?
reciions,- &e principle and. design will' never be
altered, aad Henry Ford's best recommendation for
this tractor is the work that your neighbor is doing
with his Fordson. At present it is being used for
bidding, baling and threshing. It is a year-around
tractor. Its feork is not confined to one season.
The Fordson tractor is now distributed by the
Ford Motor company through its branches through
out the world, and thus the same, service may be
obtained by Fordson owners that Ford auto owners
have enjoyed for so many years, and which has made
it necessary to dodge them continually on the roads.
Again, the large expenditure of money bj big
manufacturers in order to nroduce implements in
proportion to Mr. Ford's needs, assures the people of
their faith in Ford products.
A $25.00 deposit places your order in line for a
Fordson tractor or a Ford carand we shall appre
ciate that order.
Danner-Patty Motor Co.
KLAMATH NEAR SIXTH
Dr unit Mrs. V. II. (Iadde mill
faintly nro In town today Ciuiu their
huiiKi nt Kngto Ridge, purcliasulg
Mrs Ray Court. who lim boon III
at tho Klamath Heiierst luiapltal, nf.
tor hating undergone n major operu
t lou. Im rvported much lmpioed and
will !u brought homo till evening,
i: A Seltrtdgo niut Clurenco Coon
an, both of San Francisco, aro horn
for a few day's lslt. Tlioy holh Rtit
fishing llronnos ml will try fur sumo
of Klamath's famou trout.
Mrs. Harry Uooller will loao to
morrow (or Ashland ami Medtord
(or an extended ilslt with relatives
l.uke Walker and Rom Pliiloy
huu returned from the Klamath
Marsh, whore they have been look
ins after their cattle Interest.
Mrs, J. C. Raney, formerly o(
Yalnax, I visiting there (or two or
throe weeks. At the end o( her visit
with Yalnax friends Mrs. lUnoy wlfl
go to Uly (or a thori tltm.
Miss KHa Dews, who has a host of
friends and acquaintances In Klam
ath Palls, will be in tonight on the
Itend stage (or a short visit. Mla
Dew's has been employed as physical
training Instructor la Hend since her
graduation from the University of
MIm Lillian Flint la expected In
tonight from Koseburg. (or a visit
-with Miss dene Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Smith led
tate this evening (or the hake 'o the
Woods, where they will get their
winter's supply of huckleberries.
Mrs D. M. Smith, who has been
visiting with her mother In Salem,
returned home the first of the week
and brought her mother. Mrs. J I). , "
Mann, here with her In the hop iil.y
benefiting her health. Mrs. Mann &
seems to he Imprqvlng.
Mr. F W. Fay and children and
Mrs C. W. Parks, a sitter of J. A.
Perry, are here (or a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Perry and family. They
expect to spend the week-end at
Itocky Point with their hosts.
Should not bo kopt unsafely or pioniUcoiuly nhout
your house or your ofdeo. They should Im !
ously safeguarded (or, upon tholr safely, offtline ,
depends your (uturo welfare, or tho welfare of
others who are dopondout upon ou.
Public and prlvato buslne, nowadays, inovn
through a maio'ot document the simplest nppear
Ing slip of paper may be the guardian of your ,
dearest or Most Tltal Interest, ',J v
Placa Tour valuable papers In n Safe Deposit
Boi In thia baak, and rest assured that you hr
provided aaplo protection for them.
Klamath State Bank
'THE GROWING BANK"
Located at the Corner 6th and Main
' KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Al residence lot. all Improved;
Mob hill. Snap. See 100S Main St.
NOTICK TO WATKIt lO.VSeMKU.l
On Monday. August 9th, It Is pro
posed to connect the new pump into
hA ........ .... .. .,,.,,1. '.u'w I - intuitu, null 1UUWUDIB Bl-
,?, T,VtaXr.Al::.Vl Mfeucbe.i, wliWn "' months from the
date of this notice at the law office
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, (or the County of Klam
In the Matter of the Estate of Suda
Notice Is horeby given that the un
derilgued. has been appointed the ad
ministrator of tho above entitled es
tate, and all persons having claims
as-lnst the same, will please present.
properly -verified, with vouchers at
tho City of Klamath Falls. This will
necessitate a shut down of the pres
ent pumps (or approximately four
hours. The Company will appreci
ate the restriction In the use of wa
ter on Sunday and Monday.
5-ton Used G. M. C
Good Tires-Al Condition
Cheap lor Quick Sale
Will take tourine car as
I partpayment. Very liberal
TEKMS,. if desires.
A. M. BEAVER
Aider at twelfth,
of II. M. Manning. Loomls Bldg.,
Klnmath Falls, Klamath County,
State of Oregon, that bolng the place
this administrator has chosen to
transact the business of this estate,
Dated May 8tn, 1920.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State of
Uregoa for Klamath Countr.
In the Matter of the -Estate of Edna
E. Kara, Deceased.
Notloe la hereby given by the un
derslgned, administrator of the ea
Ute of Edna E. Kerns, deceased, to
the cradltora of, and to all persona
having clalnu against the aaid de-
ceaaea. to preaeat the same, properly
verllad, within six anonths artar tka
rat f abllcauoB of thU notice, to wit:
Ua llth da of July,, It 10, to aald
aaaiBisiraior at tae osce of C. r.
StMo at KUaata Falla. KUas-
t conntr, Oregon, the aaata
tho Place for tka trams-
nation of the bualneaa of aald estate.
H. J. MATTOON,
AdBfnlatrator of tho Eatato of
Edaa B. Kerns, Deceased.
I.IDRY. Mont., Aug 7 - Russians
of tlhhy who recently went hack to
their native country haw; been rob
bed and forced Into the Ilotshevlk
army, according to word received by
their friends here. The party from
Llbby had about $12,000 with which
Its members Intendod to bring their
(amities to the United States. None
of them, It Unreported, found his wife
or children before bolng arrested by
on EAT FALLS, Mcnt.. Aug. 7.
The Society of Montana Ploneors will
hold Its annual convention In Great
Falls September t and 10 Former
Senator W. A. Clarke of Ilutto Is
president of the society.
Take can of yoar xaoaay,
and It will take care of yon
Puh your dollar our way
WILL ROGERS in "THE STRANGE BOARDER"
He deaaonatratca onco'inore Ills riht to be called the Most Human
Vigwre oo tlio Mcreea in this picture, bis bent one.
The HALL ROOM BOYS in
"THE CHICKEN CHASERS"
The best glue in tho world Is that
made from the skins of fish.
The best authorities on Irish songs
agree that "Wearln' o' the Qroen" Is
anonymous. For ages It has been
considered to be rather a revolu
tionary song, and at one time It was
an offense to sing It, and might get
a man Into sad trouble.
Anita Stewart in
"THE FIGHTING SHEPHERDESS"
. .' A Stiry of the Great Ouldoora
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the matter of the petition of the
Doard of Supervisors of the Klamath
Drainage District of Kiamata Countr.
Oregon, praying that all of the pro
ceedings In connection with the or
ganization of tna district, and the
proceedings of the Board of Super
visors and of aald district providing
for and authorising tbe Issue and aale
of bonds of aald district mar be ex
amined, approved 'and confirmed by
To the Klamath Drainage District
and to all freeholders, legal voters
and assessment payers within said
Notice Is hereby given that tbe
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday
the 24th day of August, A. D. 1920.
and tho Court room of tho abovo on
titled court in the City of Klamath
Faux, urcgon, is Rot as tho tlmo and
placo (or tho hearing of tho liotltlon
of the Hoard of Supervisors of tho
Klamath Drainage District of Klam
ath county, Oregon, praying that all
or ttie proceedings In connection with
tho organization of tho district and
tho proceedings of tho Hoard of Su
pervisors and of said District nrovld
Ing for and authorizing tho Issuo and
sale of bonds of said district may bo
examined, approved and confirmed
by the court, which said petition has
oeen ruea witn tbe Clerk of the Clr
cult Court of Klamath County, Ore
Any person Interested may at 'any
time before Tuesday tbe 24th day of
August, a. u. if ao, appear and con
teat the validity of such Droceadlnn
a.L ! ' ... ." TT T
or uy ui ma acta or tniagi tnerein
0. R. DELAP,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the Itata of Oregon for
( . ' - Klamath County.
Br LOYO X. OS LAP,
RUSH SERVICE ON SPECIAL ORDERS
Everything in Lumber, Builders' Supplies and Stock Mill Work
Ready for Immediate Delivery
" Made in Klamath Falls "
WINDOWS, DOORS, SCREENS, MOULDINGS
t AND CABINET WORK
ORDER IT TODAY AND GET IT TOMORROW
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
MILL AND YARDS KLAMATH AVE. AND CENTER ST.
PHONE 128 '
HPRINO IiAKK NKWS
Dorma and Earl Mack, accom
panied by a party of friends (rom
(own, visited Crater lak Sunday.
They reported a yery pleasant trip,
MIsa Loralne Orlffln U visiting
with Mrs. Ward Dolan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schrelner and
daughter, Pauline, spent Tuesday In
Mr. and Mrs, William Cheyne and
family were Klamath Falls visitors
The man wno grows Is tho man
who works; and all work that should
bo done Is honorable JofTnrnon.
XOTICK TO TAXI'AVKIW
It Is aald that white Is to be the
new Irish, flag, with a red Crosi of
fjt. Patrick and a gblden shamrock
In each corner. The familiar harp
la not Included In tbe design. As a
matter of fact, Irishman are not
nearly as fond of the harp as other
people Imagine. They lay It belongs
to Utile Wales.
You are hereby notified that tho
AsHOBsmont Rolls (or Klamath Coun
ty (or tho yoar 1920 havo heon com
plied by tho Assessor and aro open
to Inspection at my olllco by ull per
sons Interested. All taxpayers are
requested to examlno tho valuations
placed upon their proporty for tho
reason that assessed valuations
throughout' the county havo been
generally raised to conform to in
crease la aale value of property. All
persona interested snouia examine
(halp assessments before the meet
lag of the -board of equllUatlon oo
Ua second Monday la September. ,
'" i, P. MOB; '
y Juamut of Klamath County.
pick or THB NOTtnUM
A NKW ONK KVKRT DAT
If. W. POOIiK, Owner' IHMJKIt I). TOIIRKY, Musical Director
Three big attractions in a row
That Wonderful HorM'limn, TOM MIX, in
Harold MarOrutli'H gruat story
"THE LUCK OF THE IRISH"
Clara Kimball Yonag la
fhaaa three picture are too good to m(aa
Oa Sunday wa will rua a continuous ihow starting at 1:10 rVM.