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The Evening Herald
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
X. J. MURRAY.
Pnbllshod dally, except Sunday, by
Herald Publishing Company 01
ath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
stored at the postofflco at Klam
th Falls,, Oro., for transmission thru
k matla as aocond-clas matter.
Kmiu;r or thk associated
The Associated Press Is exclusively
fcatltlod to tho uso tor republication
et all news dispatches credited to It.
r not otherwlso credited In this
per, and also tho local news pub
&ZUDAY, XOVEMHER 20, HMO,
High School Wins
From Picked Team
' In splto ot tbo adverse -weather
traditions tho football name between
the All SUra and Klamath county
klg hscbool waa staged on Modoc
field at 3 o'clock yesterday after
soon. Tho high school wu victorious
With scoro of 18-0. Regardless of
tho raw condition ot thjs All Stars
from. lack ot practice and the mud
fly condition ot the field tho few spec
tators report a splendid game.
Harold Wortley at halt bark made
ene of the most brilliant plays of the
eason when be picked tbo ball up
en the All Stars 30 yard line and
printed' to his oppoeota' goal for
touch down. Another ot the blgh
team to show up In this last game
was Holland Watt at lett end, who In
tercepted every forward pass ot the
'All Stars In the most approved style.
The scoring waa all done In the last
t-rarter of the game.
Union Services at
M. E. Church Draw
'I Large Attendance
The Methodist church was well
ailed last night ' at the union
Thanksgiving service, many coming
from all the churches to observe
the call and proclamation ot our'
governor and president for a ser
vice of gratitude and praise on
Thanksgiving day. The meeting
-was In charge of Rev. S. J. Chaney,
pastor ot the Melhodlst church.
Rev. E. P. Lawrence read the presi
dent's proclamation and led in pray
r. The Thanksgiving, aermon was
iellvered by1 Rev'. C.F. Trimble,'
xtastor of the Christian churchy Ills
message was a strong one and waa
s back of all our blessings, both
Individual and national to the
thought of God. Ht pointed out
the presidential leadings in many
vents ot national and personal lite
which we all overlook. 'It was a
fitting close to a day ot home quiet
and pleasure, family gatherings and
recollection ot Thanksgiving days
t the past.
Lecturer to Speak
Here Next Sunday
Dr. Weston T. Johnson of Sun
Francisco will bo In Klamnth Falls
over Sunday and glvo two very In
teresting missionary addresses at
tho Presbyterian church, speaking
nt tho morning and evening services.
It is tho nnnunl praise service of tho
Woman's Missionary society. Dr
Johnson was a schoolmate ot Uov
K. P. Lawrence at Princeton semi
nary, ,gotng from thero ns n mis
sionary to Japan, v. hero ho spent
sovcral years. On account ot his
'wife's health ho was compelled to
return to this country. Ho Is
thoroughly conversant with that im
portant missionary country
Dr. Johnson Is nt present field
roprescntattvo of tho Foreign Mis
sion board ot tbo Presbyterian
church on tho Paclflc coast with
headquarter at San Francisco. Ho
Is constantly visiting tho churches ot
tho coast states and in Is In close
touch with the great interest of
missions. Everyono Is Invited to
hear theso strong messages.
Van de Water Death
Results in Charge
(Dy Associated Press)
LONO 11EACH, Nov. 38. -A. T.
Van do Water, congressman-elect,
and Miss Janlco Leubben, his secre
tary, camo to their deatha by acci
dent caused by "the criminal negli
gence trlftic laws," according to a
cerdlct returned by a coroner's Jury
at the Inquest here.
Ur. Van de Water and Miss Leub
ben were killed last week when the
former drovo his automobile. Into, a
truck and trailer that had been left
standing unllghted on the highway,
Hughes was arrested tho next day
and promptly charged with man
slaughter. Ho Is now at liberty un
der $10,000 ball.
ALGOMA 1L11SES $350
FOR CHRISTMAS PURPOSES
Will Bring Harding Back
PREPARING FOR IXX3
DKKIIY IN NORTHLAND
The Sunday school at Also ma as
sisted by the community as a whole
held a box social Friday evening of
lajtiweek, for tbo purposo of raising
funds for a Christmas treo and pre
sents. Through the generosity and In
terest of the settlement the handsome
sum of $350 waa raised by the sale
of (the baxts. r . , , .
Since"" there are hardly 30 'mem
be'rs'lnjbe Sadafjacbpol thtrj. tke
AlgomaTpoople feefttiat this is an ex
ceptionally, fine showing and they
axe going to -baveYhe very finest tree
possible for; their children and grown
folk on the 25 ot December.
-THQ PAS, Man., Nov.26. With
the advent ot cold weather the Hud
son Day dog derby is again a topic
for discussion In the north country
and many suggestions for the better
ment ot the 1921 derby are being
brought forward. The rnco, which
will likely be held ealy in March,
will bo for a purse of $2,500 If a
suggestion to increase it to this sum
Is approved at the annual meeting of
tbe members of the derby to bo held
This purse Is not considered too
blgh in view ot the heavy expense
incurred in maintaining and prepar
ing a dog team for racing. The dogs
nro very expensive last spring pups
sellllng at $200 for five, and full
grown and trained animals from $75
to $100 each.
QUEEXSTOWX; Eng., Nov. 26.-
With 12 feet ot water in her hold and
her sails ripped to ribbons by the
wind, the three-masted schooner,
Marlon E. Douglas, limped Into port
here. For 10 days tbo schooner was
buffeted by tbe Atlantic and only
the fact that she bad a cargo ot lum
ber prevented her sinking.
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NEW TORK Tho noil trip north of th United Fmtt Com
any steamer Pastores. Captain Uleon will ateara from Chrystobat,
Canal Zone, for the States with President-elect Warren O. Harding.
Mrs. Hard.ng and the prosldent-cleet'a party Th pnwMentlal suit
U bo-ng r-deepraled, Above U ahon the lounging room of lb
alto and Captain Qlccn at his plsco on the bridge.
Tbo Cyclo-Stormagraph at Un'
derwood'a Pharmacy, registered a
steadily falling barometric press-,
uro from midnight ot Thursday
untlt noon today, thus Indicating"
the storm of today.
At 'noon today tbe pressure be
gan to rife and at 3 o'clock waa
still rising. A continuance ot this
condition foretells a breaking of
tbe storm tonight ar tomorrow
Forecast for Saturday 2
" Vjllr weather, with brisk wlndi.
which will diminish."
Slide South of
Wires; Stops Traffic
PORTliANI). Nov 26 A gale
reaching velovlty ot from 50 to 6.0
mile Is blowing off tbo Oregon
cosst. Storm signals are flying all
along tho coast. Wlros lo most
coast points are down.
XOTICH OP SETTLEMENT OF
THINKS AN EAR
IK WORTH $.VMK
SACRAMENTO, Col., Nov. 26.
Wbat'a an ear worth? Antor.la A An
tirade thinks half an car Is worth
$5000. He's asking that In court
of Peter Fontes and says Fonte
bit half his ear off. Also he wants
$150 physician's fee.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLA
In the matter of the Estate ot
Buda Ponlna, Deceased.
Notice la hereby given that Henry
Hotcbkln. i administrator ot the e-,
tate of 8uda Ponlna, Decoased, bns.
rondored and presented for final sot-
tlemcnt, and filed In said court, his
final account of his administration!
ot said estato, and that Saturday, I
tbe 18th day of December, 1920, at
4 p. m. or said day, at the court room
ot said court In tho county court
houso of Klamath Falls, Oregon, hare
been fixed as tho time and place
for tbe settlement ot said account,
on or before which tlmo any person
interested In said estate may appoar
and fllo his objections in writing to
said account or appear personally
and object to tbo same.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
I iiKVriY iinTniiri'tf
Administrator of tho estato of Sudal
. Nov.16-22-29 Dec. 6 '
A slide threo miles south ot Duns
mulr at noon today carried away
Western Union telegraph poles 'and
covered the Southern Paelfle truck.
'Ki 2 o'clock this afternoon the local
JB,- P. station reported that the
track had been cleared ot the bulk of
debris and trains wero running again.
It Is possible, It was said, that, the
delay might make the local an hour
or so bohlnd schedule tonight.
Woatcrn Union communlmtlon
south was relayed by way ot Port
land after tho break. It was thought
linemen could repair tho damago In
a few hours.
NOTICE TO ntKIUTOJW
WHEAT STILL KEEPING
UP ITS DOWNWARD PLUNGE
HE'LL SPEND WEEK
ENDS IN JAIL
(Dy Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 26. Wheat drop
ped below $1.50 a bushel In the lo-
cat market today, collapsing to
i $1.47 for March delivery. This Is a
fall of eight cents from Wednesday's
Notice Is heroby given that tho un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administrator with the will annexed.
at tbo estato of John J. Mnehl, de
ceased, by tho Counjy Court of the
Stato of Oregon, for Klamath Coun-
ty, and all persons having claims,
against said estato nro hereby noti
fied to prnsmit same to tho under
signed at his office In Klamnth Stato
Hank Ilulldlng. Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, within six (6) months from tho
. Dated; November 22, 1920,
1(. C. Grnesbcpk. ailm In lutralor with
tho will annexed, of tho estato of
John J. Muehl. decenxed.
N. 22-29 D 6-13-20
MOST SAVERS SUCCEED
Tim earner prosper only to th" degren by which
ho Is nlilo to convert his naming Into savings.
Otherwise ho Is dependent upon Urn fickle for
tunes of rising mid fnllltiK wages or salary, and live
simply from ono pay duy to another.
Unless you nlready have an account here at tho
First National Hank, you can hardly appreciate Its
s First National Bank
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One More Day
of Our Wonderful Sale of
72-inch size, regular $3.85, now $3.25
60-inch size, regular $2.95, now $2.45
48-inch size, regular $1.95, now $1.55
Napkins to match, half dozen 55c
THE GIFT SHOP AND MILLINERY
709 W. Main
ll. JLtJUUH 111. .1 Illimt-L 1 II
CLEVELAND, Nov. 26. "Uut
Judge, I'm working only five days a
week now and If you send mo to
Jail for 10 days I'll lose ray Job,
then I won't be able to pay all
ro'onoy at all," protested Stanley
Laptnska, In court hero. "That
sounds reasonable," concurred his
honor, after finding Stanley guilty
ot molesting bis wife and falling
to pay support while she sues for
divorce. "You work five 'days a
week and tbo other two you servo
in Jail until the 10 days are serv
ed. Bailiff! Page the next one!"
FINDS CHECK G(X)D
WON'T LIKE HIS
NAME LEMON ICE
'SISTERVILLE, W. Va.,,Nov. 26.
Torbo called Lemon Ice was quite
embarrassing to Lenion Ice so bo
asked tbe circuit court hero for per
mission to chango his name. It was
granted and bo choose Lee Ice.
Suit has been filed by the Denny
loro at Realty against Parker Hub
bard for a balanco duo on a bill of
$481.39. Attachment has been levied,
Plaintiffs nllego that this suit repre
sents goods purchased nt their rtoro
hy Parker during the past year and
that tho total bill was $011,39, but
that a payment ot $130.08' has been
DALLAS, Nov. 26. The funniest
man la loose again. Dr. W. L
i Ay res, superintendent of Ebmergcn
cv hosDltal. found a check for 1100.-
( 000. It was signed II. K. Nogood and
rauue oui iu i. douhuiii. ics, ue
threw it away.
West of River
All legal requirements havo been
complied with' establishing a new
townsite at Chiloquin, 190 lots be
Ing offered from tbe holdings of Ab
raham Charlie on tbo west side of
tho Williamson river and south of
tho public school.
Tho purpose of opening the new
townsite, says F, A. llaker, attor
ney for tho owner, is, to glvo pur
chasers opportunity to" acquire land
with fee simple tltlo on which per
manent improvements can bo placed
by homo builders. There is consid
erable doroand for lots among work
ers in the lumber industry and Chil
oquin business men.
Tbo first lot was purchased by
Andrew Morltz of Klamath Falls.
A classified Ad will sell it.
SUMSIONS IN FORECLOSURE OF DELINQUENT TAX CERTIFICATE
t Jb l.h0. C,rcu,l.t Co.urt r tho s,a'o ' Oregon, for Klamath County.
J. S. Iiolduc, PJaibtlff
William O'Hbca. City Of Klamath Falln. rirrrnn. n mnnlrlnal n..n.niiA.
and any other person or persons who may havn any right, tltlo!
equity or Interest In or lion or claim upon Lot 7 In Illock 39, Hot
uixiuKB jiuumun iu wuy or Kiamam hulls, nurnniinnin
To William O'Shea and all other of tho nbuvn named defendants
In tbo narao of the Stato ot Oregon.
Y, You aro heroby notified that J S. IJolduc. tho holder of Cortlflcato
of'dcllnquency numbered 1183, Issued on tho 26th Uny of July, 1920, by
tbe Tax Collector of tho County of Klamath, Stato of Otvgon, for tho
amount of twenty-eight and 65-100 Dollars, tho amo bolng tho amount
then duo and delinquent for taxi for tho year 1913, together with
penalty, Interest and costs thereon upon the real property assessed to
yJU, of which you aro tho owner ns appears of record, sltuatod In said
County and Stato, and particularly bounded and described as follows,
Lot Seven (7) in Mock Thlrty-nlno (39) In Hot Springs Addition
to tbe City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon.
You are further notified that said J. 8. Iiolduc has paid taxcH on said
premises for prior or subsequent years, with tho ruto of Intorest on said
amounts as follews:
Date Paid Tax Recpt. No. Amount Rato Int.
1920 1183 $28.55 12
July 21, 1920 ......6673 ,23. C6 12
July 21, 1920........ 71C5...... . 24.98 12
July 21, 1920.. 7132.... 16,90.. 12
July 21, 1920 7468... 18.72.. 12
July 21, 1920 .....7623 16.00 12
1920 4483 15.85 12
Said William O'Shea, as tho owner of tho lcnl tltlo ot tbo above
described property as tbo satno appears of record, und oach of tbo othor
persons abovo named aro hereby notified that J. '' nolduc will apply to
the Circuit Court of tho County and State afoi--'?uul for a docroo fore
closing tbo Hen against tho property abovo described and montlonod In
said certificate. And you are hereby summonnr! t' nppoar within sixty
days after tbe first 'publication of this summons, utJluslvo of tho day of
said first publication, and defond this action or ,uj tbu amount duo as
abovo shown ,together with costs and accrued Inter jut and In caso of your
failure to do so a decree will bo rendered foccli?' 'ng tho Hon of said
taxes and costs against tho land and promises '!' n named.
This Summons Is published onco n week frr n '0) wooks by ordor
of tho Honorablo D. V. Kuykondall, Judge of Ul Ircult Court of tho
State of Oregon for tho County of Klamath and U'.u mid ordor was made
and dated tbe 21st day ot October, 1020, nad tb d.ito ot tho first pub
lication ot this Summons Is tbo 26th day of Ocobor, 1920.
All process and papers In this proceeding tai.y bo served upon tho
undersigned residing within tho Stato of Oregon, bt tho address hereafter
W. C.' VAN EMON and AUUI7HTIN DONOVAN,
A'tornoys for Plaintiff.
Addrees: 209-10 Willltu Dldg., Klamath Falls, Ore. 21-2-9-16-23-80,
1913 July 20,
1917 .- July 21,
1919 July 21,
That Embody Lasting Satisfaction
Leather goods rome under the haad ot Ideal gifts be
cause they combine the element of beauty and" uveful
'neas. TbeMlno-lnelode something appropriate for both
men and 'women.
lUsul IUtrf, Puntra, VtxkHt Hooks, Cigar Cmc.
Card Oar, Hill Hook, Itridcn SrU, Etc.
Wp Uo have Mimr altrnrtlvo article In TooUnI Lwithrr
Hook End., Writing Pula, Dmk Srte, ltrt FmU
in Hand ltjr. Etc.
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9th and Main
Guy Garrett, Mgr.
Get under cover in a large outside room.
with clean beds and low rates. Stove heat.
Steam heat being installed now. Also
Latest Magazines, Newspapers and,
' Periodicals. Come here for your Daily
; CIGAR STAND
Big new stock of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco. Come here for your smokes
9th and' Main