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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Wednesday NovfcMntm jm iikae.
To Fight Field Will
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MEW TOWC reggy Marsh, former London and New York
chonu girl, hji arrived is New York to fight (or prt of the cttat
of the late Henry Field, gfawlson pf the mulil-mlU'onalre merchant.
Chlcagoan, (or bar son; Henry Anthony She claims Field Is'lht
father of her bor Tbo row man up iooa la tbo Chicago courts.
luot. her boy. Henry Anthony.
TKACHEirH MOTHER IIETTKH iWH.L HPI.IT HEVKN MILLIONS
MAMS', Nov. 24. Word ha just
been rraclved here by Ml" Hilda
Chaao, teacher In the Shasta View
chool, of thn rapid reeuvery of her
mother who hue been very 111. Mr
'Cham rc'itdcs In Portland.
MIm Chiuo tiaa been cxprctlng ta
bo. called to her mother'a itdvkbut
will now bo able to continue bcr
. school work. . .
AMONG FORD CO.'H KMPIOYKH
DETROIT. Nov. 24 Ilonui check
aggregating over 17.000,000 will b1
'distributed among employes of thn
I Kord Motor company, Kdsel Ford
A claiilfled Ad. UI soJ it
Mr. nml Mrs. John Taylor liro tbo
buppy parent of a seven-pound
baby boy, born taut night.
Mr. and Mr. M. Kotcra nro coun
ty c at buslnos. visitor today from
tholr homo at Mnlln.
C. IS. Trlnk, a business man from
tho Merrill country, enrna Into town
yesterday on buslnt-ss,
Mm. L. A. Harvey of Ashland In
horn for a vlalt with her daughtur,
Mr. Nato Ottorbcln, and family.
Krank Hoxton and wlfo wrro In
town yesterday from tholr ranch In
Oliver Martin transacted buslni'
In Klamath Kails yesterday from bin
homo at Malln.
J. A. Mnddoz and Irn McCall woro
In town yesterday from Merrill on
matlera of business.
Mr. M. 0'Ieary la In town for the
holidays from Will Wilson's shiep
camp at Halaton.
Mra. Ouy Merrill wai a county
ioat visitor yesterday afternoon from
hor ranch horno near Merrill.
Mra. and Mra, J. L. Mennlck are
visiting In Kfamatb Falls thU week
Mr. and Mri. I). V. Dow cama In
loot avpnlng from Algoaa to ipend
J. D. Howell li another Chlloquln
resident who I tpendlng the week
hero. He la registered at the White
Tho Pelican Ilsy Lumber ramp at
Odessa ihut down operation for the
winter yesterday, and the timber
crewa came Into town.
Mr. and Mr. Chester Avery have
gone to Corvallls to spend Thanks
glvlng vacation with friend and
A marriage license wa laiued yea
torday afternoon by the county elork
to Walter Eastman of Hlsson and
Edith A. Condrey of thl city.
County Superintendent Tyla Head
left for Klamath agency and Fort
Klamath on ichool business this
Mr. and Mr Jamc-s A. Depue of
227 Michigan avenue are tho happy
parcnta of an eight pound daughter,
born thl morning. The girl
been named Kdna Martha.
Hoy Nelson and C. V. Nelson aro
connty scat visitor today from tho
Nelson ranch at Keno, purchasing
Thanksgiving supplies from Klam
ath Fall merchant.
Mr. and Mm. Hlchard Melhajie,
Mr. and Mra. Al Melhato and dm
Mclhase left this week for Los An-
gelc. Phoenix, Arlt., and other
Southern point. They will be gone
for tho remainder of the winter.
Round J-ako, Orlndalc and Plevna
acnooi qjsirici noa .n joint i nanus
O 'giving entertainment and dinner nt jflUIKJKT STATEMENT OK
tho Plevna school bouso thl morn-
(j mil, iitiununK iu worn orougm in
y unastcr uni.ap, who ha a big
ranch Jn tbo Hound Lake section,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Collier left
tbl morning for Eugene, whora they
will spend Thanksgiving with their
parents. Mr. Collier will
CITY OF KLAMATH 1'ALLH,
OIIIXIOX FOR TUB FISCAL
YIMK IIIXHNNLVU JANUAIIY
Tho common council havlnir mm.
return ' plftcd It cstlmato of tho amoilnt
within u short tlmo. but Mrs. Col- 0I money proposed to bo raised by
llor expect to spend a month or Hxn-i'i0tt tol ll' PurJJ?e In tho city
more with friends and relative In tltlValAul'JnJ
thn tmivfraiiv inn nscoi year of tho city beginning Jnn-
tho university town. uary it n2, now submit tho
Captain Ilutonlc, as well known samo for approval or amendment,
through his Interest In gathering Tho first publication hereof to be
muian relics a a legal practitioner, mu"o " -no evening iieraia on I
ha but lately rolurncd from a trlp'-u?ua' lno 2ira "ar of November,
to tho shores of Tulo loko with f"d ' j- "LH1.?11.0" "I6:.00' to
some rare specimens of natlvo Im-.Jcr T20.
plcments, which will add greatly to' An adjourned meeting of the com
his now oxtenslvo collection. 'mon council will bo hold on Wndnes
Kdmond IJufur, an old Indlun ofday tho 1st day of December 1920,
Repairs and supplies .
Additional Items author-
Ued: O. I . l.GOO.OO
For now equipment ........ 10,000.00
For flro alarm system .... 10,000.00
Total . $37,626.00
Light and Water Fund
Light, water and power ..- 7,000.00
thn Pluto trlbo, was In the city yes-.?1..1"0 c?u5 chamber In tho city
witness In the Jasper ?,l "? ""r.?M Zl0C.H M-
Turner ca.e. Ho ha. tho distinction MderTngnyobJect.ons ,oBsucn ?
of being tho only survivor hero of. posed budget; and for the further
Captain Donald McKay's detachment purpose of making thn levy In con
of Indian scouts who took part In formlty with such budget as finally
tho Modoc war. Dufur wa known 't,?t0'1 on sa,(- dato'
a "Lack.a-wav " I .Tho tcntntlvo budget herewith sub-
Allan McComb, principal of ih9mtU,a '" ltZ? ." t0 T
.ii ...i t.ii. -.u-.i .... .l.-I . fHmcrnl Fund
......u uuiuu uiru -iiiiuui, ieu inn i salary of mo vor l
morning for Ilerkeley, where ho will Salary of police Judge ....
spend Thanksgiving, returning thai Salary of city attorney -..'
first of next week. Ha rcDOrted 'Salary of city treasurer
that tbo high school was getting on-'aJar-r ot health officer
thn.la.tlc .upport of .11 the f.rneriK2?'5"0lE?1"e?1
Salary of four patrolmen ..
Salary ot five coundlmen
Balary of assistant to po
lice Judge .............
Pay of city engineer
neat for city ball .....
In tbo Malln section, and that a flat
tering turn of money had been al
lowed at a board meeting the first
ot the week for athletic, and other
departments of tbo Institution.
fiaWMrVo Q VIltAr(infi whn -x-t.t-.aa t I
a couple of' fay.'bere' vl.Itlng hi. e, and ,f,C0
sister. Mrs. Elmer J'reneb, and with General Vuppiica"7or" city
..uun-ruu menus ana relatives, wno nan ..
are scattered about over Klamath
county, left this morning for Sacra
mento. Mr. Nlckerson has been In
Seattle, visiting his brothers, Will
Nlckerson and Rosco Nlckerson. The
latter Is a minister who baa spent
much of his time In tbo Interior ot
Plain acwlng and
1404 Wordcn Avo.
Dick 1 now In shapo and will
oamect all comer big or little. See 201
om corner niamain Ave. .-.
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jyJ UilUsrucsTrsa Uimi
Is Thanksgiving's Finest Dessert
Tho tiir' cy, sweet potntocs, cranborrlus and
immpkln iUi nro out of tho wny, and ..Mother I
blushlix; H'.ully at tho many compllmcnta ta her
culluutt 'III '
.Whnt in ' '
Music- if i-nursu.
It Is t" natural ordor of events. Thanksgiving
wlthor itblo Is unthinkable, With music, It Is
complfto ' S
aroupiJ ubout tho aulbramen, not ono but Is
alnnlnn tli tho bust that Is In him, or hor. It Is
n tlmi foi Himg and all tho pent-up fooling of
tho el.'nllllninco of tho day finds expression In
Ih thr ;inno accompaniment too high? Then
changi It n lower koy by moans of tho Oul
brunspi I- iriKpoalng dovlco. In It too faBtT Thon
muvo. ti o uulbraiison tlmo lovor Bllghtly to tho
' loft. '
' Tho vi l"o mod not bo strained whoa singing to
tho nc'.M.iptinlmonrof tho Qulhrunson. For this
' .!-.. ... .... !.... Hi...... In ...........l.ln tn
INtlllUll IJ rillUUUH t'liljrUI-l IHIIU ID .l.ll'IMf.U IU
thu voice, Just ns It Is to tho moods of tho player
pianist, or to tho particular occasion.
A Oulbranson In your homo will bring pleasures
tho year 'round for daqclng, for the latest song
hits, for opora music, for "47 kinds ot fun."
Did you know that tho prices ot Qulbransen Plny-er-Planoa
aro tbo samo tho country ovcrT That
thoy aro fair, reasonablo prices, free from artificial
This Is duo to onormous production (tbe Gulbran
sen factories havo the largest output ot Player
Pianos In tho world) and tho resultant reduced
WIIITK IIOUHK MODKL. 7AO
COUNTIIY HKAT MODKU. ..4UMO
HUllUnilAN MODKL S3S05
Tho prices nro branded In tho back of each Instru
ment nt tho factory. For tho next threo weoks wo
aro making special tonus on tho Suburbnn $595
Modol, and ask you to compare this with others
In our storo at much higher prices.
EAfcL SHEPHERD CO.,
Pianos, Records and Phonographs Exclusively
KXCHA.VOB $450 Piano for bay. Ad
dreis box A. D. F. Herald. 24-29
Light globe, for city hall
Telegram ,,,.--, ,,
Auto hire for police .
Hoard prisoners .....
Court coU ... ..
Plumbing about city hall
Election .. ...M
Premium on treasurers
bond ......... ......
For quarantine and post
Special pollen .
Camp grounds .
Ktrrvt Fuoil '
Salary street commlsoner f 1,800.00
Salary city teamatof
uauur on sireoia HH,
Shoeing and blacksmith
HAIR OCODS FOR BALB WJI1 q,'
icacn oosincss 10 ourer oi siocK.ia-niiu
Also want to buy dark brown and o;,' " rrjnr
black combings. Call 528 Hamel Apt. u ,na "
WAITED A furnished house or a "7h ',.,...'' '""l BU
Interest fund - .,
Maintenance or sower
mains : .
Judgment Alex Murtln est
Total amount ot budget ..$70,000
fly order of tbo common council.
A. U LFAVITT.
23-26. Police Judgi)
CIIRMIHTIIY OLUU J-OILMH
A chemistry club has. been formed
nt tho University of Oregon and will
meet twlco a month to discuss cur
rent chemical literature
NOTICB OF HKITLKHKNT
IN TIIK COUNTY COURT OF TIIH
HTATK OF OKIXION FOB KLA.
In the matter of tbo Estate ot
Suda Ponlna, Doceased. .
Notice 1. hereby given that Henry
Hotchkln, administrator of tho ci
tato of Suda Ponlna, Deceased, baa
rendered and presented for final set
tlement, and filed In said court, hi
final account ot bis administration
of aald estate, and that Saturday,
tbe 18th day of December, 1920, at
4 p. m. of said day, at tho court room
ot aald court In tho csunty court
house of Klamath Falls, Oregon, havo
been fixed as tbo tlsae and plaeo
for the settlement ot said account,
on or before which tlmo any porson
Interested In said ectate. may appear
and (lie his objection In writing to
aid account or appear personally
and object to tbe same.
Dated at Klamath." rails, Oregon,
Nor 16, 1920.
Administrator ot tbo estate ot Suda
Ponlna, Deceased. . .
Nov.16-22-29 Dec. C
NOTICE; TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF TIIK
STATE OF ORF.aON FOR KLAM
In the matter of the estato of
II. H. EDMONDS, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
tbe undersigned haa bees appointed
administratrix of the estate of II H.
Edmonds, deceased, by the above en-
200.00 UUed court, and all persona bavin
couple of housekeeping' roomn by
young couple. Call 219-J. 24-27 g,,, " j'e7
Fire Department Fond
FOR RENT 5-room
bouse. Call Vi'ftlnmw' ,1800,0
2-27 Oasollno and off
WANTED Man and wife, cooks, piy vuIunlMMlromeiT"''
want position hotel, camps, or y 'unlcer "renen
ranch. Reliable. Hlehest reference. I
Address P. O. box 630. Medford. Ore. '
claim, against tho said estato aro
required to present same, with tho
proper vouchers, to tho undersigned
at tho office of her nttorney, H. M.
Manning, In ths Loom! building,
Klamath Falls. Oregon, within six
months from the date of thl notice.
Dated September 27. 1920.
Administratrix of' tho Estate
of II. H. Edmonds, deceased.
27-4-11-18-25 ,,. ,
SHOW CASB AND COUNTER for
sale. Call 123 N. 8th St. 24-30 I
WANTED Position ns bookkeep-'t
er and office accountant. Ilest of
city reference, box 9, U. R. Herald.
" ... . IT
roil rent Five room house twoi
and a half blocks from Main. In-,
qulro 112tf Lincoln St. 24-27 i
FOR SALE Small building. Main
and 7th. Snap. Seo Dick & Co. 201
0th St. corner Klamuth Ave. 24-2
WE Ill'Y. SELL nnd oxchongo any-,
thing. Highest cash price. Dick &
Co. 201 6th St. comer Klamath Avo.
LOST An agato ring. Finder return'
o Herald office. Reward. 24-27 ,
FOR 8AI.K Mnko mo sn offer for I
lot 16 nnd 1C. block 40. Hillside
uddltton, on Manzanttn St., near Pa-if
clflc Terrace. II. I. Meyer, Monro I
City. Wash. 24-29,
LOST This morning on way from
Southern Pacific depot Illuo dun
nage bag containing papers and
book. Return to Evening Herald of-1
flco nnd recelvo reward. 24 i
WHY BE LONESOME
Because you are away from home on
Thanksgiving Day you don't have, to be
lonesome. You will find congenial
company and plenty of amusement
Pastime Billiard Parlor
FOR SALE New and modern 5-
room plastered bungalow, good lo
cation, on tho paving. Has stone
foundation, flro place, laundry trays,
Dutch kitchen, cement walks, garago,
and wood house. Prlco $5,600 on very
FOR SALE 3-room house one
block off tho paving, level lot
50x100 feet, lawn, and wood house.
Prlco $1,750. Terms are, $760 cash
and $30 monthly.
SOME DAN'DY DUYS IN vacant lots.
Our listing ot lots Is most com
plete, at prices that will surely suit
J. T. wauu c iu,
Phono 375 S34 Main St.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N'otlco Is horobr clven that tho un-
dorslgned has been duly appointed
administrator with tho will annexed,
ot the estate ot John J. Maohl, do
ceased, by tho County Court of tho
Stato of Oregon, for Klamath Coun
ty, nnd nil nersons having claims,
against said estate aro hereby noti
fied to prownt samo to tho under
signed at his offlco In Klamath State
nank Jiuiiaing, Kiamatn fans, ure
gon, within six (6) months from tho
Dated: Novombor 22, 1920.
R. O. "Oroesbock, administrator with
tbo will nnnoxed, oi tne esiaie or.
John J. Maohl. docoased.
N. 22-29 D 0-13-20
J FOR SALE
36 rooms, arranged in 12 three-room
:; apartments. Plastered; well built and in ;;
:: good location Will rent for $400.00 per jj
:; Owner migh"- consider well-located yacant :;
; ; property as p tit payment. For particular ; ;
J.T.Ward & Co.
834 Main St. f
507 I'1 ain -Street