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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tho liornn lnui ,lmin traced hnvk
to an ancestor hsrdly Inrxur titan 11
fox, with four tons on imrli of IIh
front feet, anil threo on tlio buck
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Ono of tliu oddest occupation
brought tn unlit by Ilia rocunt con
nun I that of dog tuttoour, u innri
who Hpocln. In tntooliiK dogs with
thulr ownoitt nnmi.
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J. B. UoldSK'l'uS1 ' l" B,H, " O0"1 t0r K,Bmnlh' C0"n,yi
!?i . '...C,,y of K,nmnh K"'. Oregon, a municipal corporation,
5.M.H y 1 . wl,on or P01""00 no may havo any right, tltlo,
Stt.0PJ'i .",rMl. ".?.r "l" .r cU'm UDon I In lllock 39, Hot
! mmi u"' ol reus, aorouaants.
i it. wimnin uuiira ami nil other of too abovu. named defendant
in tun imuiu in mu nmio or urvgon.
Ton are hereby notified that J. h nniiiim h tmi.i. .. i..in..i
of delinquency numbered 1183, Issued on the 36th diy of July, 1930, by
a .a -"""! win i;ouwy oi mamain, mate ot urvgon, for tho
amount of twenty-eight and 66-100 Dollan, the same being the amount
then due and delinquent for taxes for tba year 1113, together with
penalty, Interest and eoett thereon upon tba real property aaaeeaed to
you, of which you are the owner aa appeara of record, situated In aald
County and fltate, and particularly bounded and described aa follows,
Lot Beven (7) In llloek Thirty-nine (39) In Hot Springs Addition
to tho City of Klamath Kails, Oregon.
You aro further notified that aald J. fl. Ilolduc has paid taiea on said
premises for prior or subsequent years, with the rate of Interest on said
mounts a follews:
Year's Tax Date Paid Tax Recpt. No. Amount nate Int.
It'll July 30, 1930 ......1193 I38.SB 13
1930 73 33.68 13
1930 ...7166 34.98 13
1930 71 3 3 11.90 1 3
1930 7488..... 18.73 13
1930...'. 7623- 18.00...: 12
1920 4483 16.86 13
Hald William O'Hhcn, as tho owner of the legal title of tho abova
described property as tho sumn appuars of record, and eacif of tho other
parsons above named aro hereby notified that J. R. Tlolduo will apply to
the Circuit Court of tho County and Stnto aforesaid for a docreo fore
closing thn lion against the property abovo described and montloned In
said certificate. And you aro horoby summoned to appear within sixty
days after thn first publication of this summons, excluilvo of the day of
said first publication, and defend this action or pay tins amount due as
abovo shown .together with costs and accrued Interest, and In ease of your
falturo to do so a docreo will be rendered foreclosing tho lien of said
taxes and rusts against the land and premises above named.
This Hummous Is published once a week for six (8) weeks by order
of the Honorable D. V. Knykendntl, Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
(Slate of Oregon for the County of Klamath and the said order was made
and datod the 31st day of October, 1930, and tho dato or the nrst pub
lleatlon of this Summons Is the 38th day. of October. 1930.
All procrss and papers In this proceeding msy bo served upon the
undersigned residing within the Rtate of Oregon, at tho address hereafter
W. C. VAN EMON nod AUOUST1N DONOVAN.
Attorneys for I'lalntlff.
Address: 209-10 Wllllts Illdg., Klamath Falls. Oro. 28-2-9-K-33-30
1918 July 31.
1919 July 31,
WANT TO COME HERE
NKW YORK, Oct. 2fl. Assurance
linn boon given to H, I.. Veonstra,
Hocrotnry of tha Netherlands emigre
tlon longiia by immigration commls
rnJsslonnr Wnllln on Win Island, that
tho United Motes authorities will aid
In placing many Immigrants from
Holland fwbo are planning to come
to America. Mr. Veoiurtra said that
many thousand. of Dutch wero ap
plying for passports to tho United
Hiatoa ana tnut ho established a
branch of tho emigration iosguo
"There aro threo principal caus
es for our people wanting to come
here," said Mr. Veenstra. "FlnK
there la naturally an accumulation
of emigrants because of the yean of
war. Secondly, Holland Is being over
crowded by thousands of war refu
gees from other countries and. third
ly many of our people are simply
alck of Europe and all thlnca Euro
pean. Hut, let It be understood that'
they are not leaving Holland be
cause they cannot make a living
there. Thoy are a most prosperous
people and most of them will buy
homes In tho United States. They
prefer farming and for that reason
I am sure thoy will be welcome
HARDING SHOOTS' " '
OVER A PAST ONE
WhiteTeeth, Htalthy Garni,
a Clean Mouth
if you will care far yew teeth regular f
with Xleaao Dental Crease. Aa4 the
dtagatful after-taste of Kianae that
Cool, Clean, Klenao Frcliaf-U satis
fying evidence of the good it does.
Sup in and get a tube today.
MlUSflKLB, Oct. 26. American
visitors to Metglum this summer were.
greatly struck with the almost in
credible number of brass bands
marching In the hundreds of street
parades, celebrations of one sort or
another, which occurred almost
dally at HruMels or Antwerp.
In enjoying her first period of
poaco slnco tho war, Belgium is
observing every possible fete day and
each of tbesa scorns to call nut liter
ally scores of brass bands, each par
iah or each workmen's organisation
seeming to have one. nicycle tourist
clubs also have them, mounted on
bicycles, and even fishing clubs, off
for a Sunday holiday with pole,
hook and line, tako their musicians
One Sunday morning, a day of
church fete parades, the correspond
ent counted 86 bands passing his
hotel during the morning.
RexcJI Straw Ballot
Note. The figure below will be
ohanged fro day to day or aa often
aa tha new returns are received, an-
Ul eleetleai day.
National Ballot Harding
Popular Tote ...... 886,207
STAR DRUG CO.
Klectoral vote ..
Popular rota .....
Rlectoral rata ....
Popular vote ....
NOTICB TO CREDITORS
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned haa been duly appointed
administrator of the estate of John
D. Griffith, deceased, by tho County
Court of the State of Oregon, for
Klamath County and all parsons hav
ing claims against said estate, are
hereby directed te present same to
said administrator at the Law Office
of Geo. Chaataln. Klamath Falle."
Oregon, duly verified, within six
months from tba data of this notice.
Dated October 1st. 1920.
W. E. GRIFFITH
Administrator of the estate of
John D. Oilfflth, deceased.
THE MONOPIPE FURNACE
Tho Monoplpo Furnuco was
built primarily with the Idea
of furnlshlnB cloun, humidified
warm air for tho thousands
of homes that hcrotoforo havo
neon compelled to rely on In
adequate and dirty stoves. In
many casos, 'tho rognlur typo
of furnsco installation Is out
of tho question on account of
tearing up tho floors and walla
for roglsters, stacks, otc.
Again, the basement Is often,
too small to admit the fur
nace, or tho home owner' has'
not folt Justified In spending
tho money required for an
elaborate pipe Installation.
Regardless of tho -reason,
tho homo ownor has longed
for, and Is entitled to, the
clean, healthful oven heat
which Is supplied with tho
Tho installation Is exceed
ingly simple No" complicated
masonry or carpenter work Is
nocossary. Anyone can i in
stall the Monoplpo Furnace.
As simple as a stove to op
erate Ventilates as well as
heats. Purines and changes
tho air in every room.
The Monoplpo Furnace is
, made In several stxos. Come
in and let us explain the else
best suited for your homo,
Thm Low Price of the High Grade' Monopip will both aarprise
IfjS&BHImpiiiijm'it i m lists
TUKftDAY, OOTOIirX M, 19)M
JVOTICK OF FINAIj ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State of
urogon ror tno county of Klamath.
In tho Matter of tho Estato of
uoorge Mcuonald, Deceased.
NOTICB IS HEREIIY GIVEN to
me neirs, creditors and all other par
ties Interested In said estato that on
October 2, 1920, I filed my final ac
count of my administration of said
estate in the above entitled Court
ana tnat court haa fixed the eih !
of November, 1920, at the hour of 2
When tha Chlcaco Cubs visited
Marion to call upon Sanator Hard
in and to play an exhibition base
ball game with Marion for him, the
Kepubiican nominee for President
took occasion to do a little pitching
himself. The thousands of spec
tators commented upon his effec
LLOYD L. LOW ,
Republican Candidate for
Regular Election Novem
ber 2, 1920
Dr. Jibn' HetAuAa Towitn
give lnitant rtlief Cot
Nerve-rscldmr. snllttlnv or ln11-
throbblng headaches yield In jtat a few
momenta to Dr. James' Headache Pow
ders which cost only 10 cents a psek
age at any drug store. It's the quick
est, surest hesdacbe relief in the whole
world. Don't suffer! Relieve the
tgoay snd distress aowl You can.
Millions of .men sad wonm
found that headache and nraralgia
mlssr is needless. Get what you ask
o'clock p, m. of said day as tho lmo,
and tho Courtroom of tho County
Court of Klamath County in tho
Courthouso In said County aa tho
plnco, for tho honrlnit of objections
against the allowance of said acount.
JAMES A. MCDONALD,
Exocutor of the Lnit Will and
Testament and of tho Estate
of said Deceased.
HAVK YOU A FAinilANKH MORSH
It will be of interest to tho many
local users of Fairbanks Morse eng
ines that a factory expert will be
in this locality in a very abort time.
It baa always been a teMey of tha
FAIRBANKS HORSB CO; to keep la
close touch with the products of
their factory, to observe them In
their borne surroaadlaa.
If there la anything about yoar
engine you do not understand, any
questions you would like to ask, In
fact, if you have an engine problem
of any kind, be will conafder It a
favor to hear from you.
Write, phone or call at the of
fice of O. C. LORENZ, 123 N. 6th
St. Local Dealer.
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ABO TO OT GOOD FABRICS
bat tba clothe wa show are tba pro-
ducta of the beat rallla and are ex
clusive with us. Come In and see
them. Yoa'U be Impressed with
their quiet good taste and the char
acter of onr tailoring fully equals
that of the fabrics aa every good
Wednesday and Thursday
Heinz' Pork and Beans, .Reg. 20c
Special ...- 14c
Heinz1 Red Kidney Beans, Reg.
20, Special 14c
Buckwheat Flour, Special, lb. 12c
Remember these specials are for
two days only.
Watch Thursday's paper Jmrt Fri
day and Saturday Specials.
DEAR OLD PETE:
kWixwtOB-SalB, N. C,
Friday p. bb.
-ZTsWZf-. rviiv aAX..
Just wound up the one swellest day of
my Hie ! Since early this morning, when I
, got an invitation to visit R. J. Reynolds
Tobacco Co. factories, I've -been In the
midst of millions of Camel cigarettes.
Man the happiest idea you or I ever
had as to the size of this Reynolds enter
prise, or the number of Camels manufac
tured daily, is simply piker-stuff I Wipe
off the slate and sUrt fresh! Why Pete,
it seemed to me like a couple of those cigarette-making
machines could keep half the
nation smoking Camels steadily BUT
honest to goodness, there are hundreds of
these machines batting out Camels at the
rate of 27,000 an hour EACH!
Petejyou wouldn't have to consult a guide
book to know you were in the Camel fac
tories! The atmosphere is charged with
that wonderful aroma you get when you
open up a deck of Camels! And, you noV,
pld elephant you've had a trunk full I
As the Camels dropped into the contain
ers I figured the delight each one would
supply! And, how Camels mellow, mild
body would hit the right spot and how
Camels refreshing flavor would cheer up
some smoker's jaded appetite! And, each
Camel tree from any unpleasant cigarctty
aftertaste vor unpleasant cigarctty odqrl
Pete I'll have to lay off arid light an
other Camel! Write you some more soon.
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Mp. Stea sj
and PUom You.
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