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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, JAMJATtY Of, IMt.
. JSarah Bernhardt Today
Wn iffa showInK tlio NHW things Hint women want
lit prices moit moderate. '
707 Main St
Phone 341 W
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
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TIiIh Ih Ilin In tout photograph of Mrnu. Hnrnh lloruhnrdt, 76 years old,
ns tiho npponrs In "Daniel," liar now Purls success. Tlio grout French
net rem, who linn lout una leg, remains seated nil tlio tltno tihu In on tho
A nowly-lnvcntod mnchlnn kneads
iIoiirIi with metal arms, whirl: ropro
diico imictly I ho movements, ot tho
GAINS 3D LBS.
Teaching of up-to-date dancing, '.Morris KcoIn HHIrr Tlnin In Twenty
Walls, Ouu-Blup, Fox-Trot nlld. Ymni Hlnto Timlnc lliillt Him
Hclmtllsche, by competent Indjr and ip
f I.U.I per lesson for gentlemen.
Qt.lHi pur lesson for Indies.
910.00 for ton toimoni for gontlomon.
9H.00 for ton lemons for Indies.
Ivimotin start Friday, January 21,
ninl will hu kIvuii every Tuesday and
Friday night at 8 o'clock ihnrp In
Free ndinlMlon to nil ladles who
nro good dancon.
Mntli mill Walnut
Kuulty No. 1204
ix tiii: ciiicurr ximT of tiik
htati: of oitixio.v, run kium-
J. 1.. Sparrotorn, 1'lalntlff,
M. J. Ynilan, A. C. Ynden, Irono Yn
dun, I.. II. Yuilen, Kllnor Yuilen,
II. V, Yndmi, Suilo Yndon, John U.
Ynden, Forno Yndon, Jonoph Vln-
Foster. J. A. Martin. J. U Martin. wonk I foil llko thoro was hardly
I.elaml Moslor, K. It. ltuams, tlio nny life or energy loft In mo.
unknown hulrn of J. l. Yndon, do-j "Wtill, ,y tho tlmo I hnd finished
ceased, und nil other persons or , ,nU,0 of Tnnac i wn,
parties unknown claiming any ' ' .. ... ,.,,.
rlKht. title, estate, lien -or Interest ""k .. ...... .. ......
"Iluforo t started taking Tanlno I
was so bad off 1 couldn't do a lick
of work, hut now I nm hack at work
iiml nm thlrty-throo pounds hoavlur
than hofaro mid fooling hotter than
I hino In twenty years," said It. II.
Morris, 1C1G Huron, street, Portland,
"Twolvn years ago I sufforcd n
gonornl hronkdown and I got worso
nnd worso each year until finally I
had to quit work. I wns living In Col
ornilo at tho tlmo and aftor spending
lots of money on dlfforont medicines
without getting relief I thought n
chnngo of cllmnto was what I needed
so I moved to Portlnnd, hut Instead
ot getting bettor I grow worso. I had
rheumntlxm In my arms nnd should
ers nnd tho pslns would go up my
neck Into tho hack of my head, and
at times ,my wrists gavo out com
pletely nnd I could hnrdly pick up my
hat. My nppotllo went down to noth
ing, sometlmos I ovon hntad to go to
tho tablo nnd what llttlo I managed
to oat did mo moro harm than good,
I lost violent nnd strength and was
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Coats, Suits and Dresses
In these garments changing individuality is expressed, and we feel that this timely
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Exquisite dresses of satin, crepe, meteor and tailored tricotines.
Suits elegantly tailored silk lined with fur trimming.
Beautiful Coats of silvertone bolivia velour duve-de-laine full silk lined with fur
ON FURS AND ALL REMAINING WINTER BLOUSES
25 Per Cent
DISCOUNT ON ALL
KAYSER SILK UNDERWEAR
Andross-Glover Style Shop
Bannock Chief tan
Is Confirmed By
In tho real eslulo doncrlbod In tho
complaint herein, Defendants.
To tho nhovo linino defondnuts, J.
A. Martin,- J. 1.. Martin, II. It.
lleunios, I.olund Moslur, and each
of them. In tho 11111110 of the
state of Oregon, you and each
ot ou 11 ro hereby required to
upponr nnd unswer thu umondod com
pliant filed heroin 011 or before .Mon
day, tho Hth day of March, 1921,
that being tho lust day of tho tlmo
prescribed In tho order for publica
tion of'thls summons und It you rail
no to answer or otherwise to nppour,
for wunt thereof, tho plulntlff will
upply to tho Court for tho relluf
prayed for In his nmended complaint,
to-wlt: for u decree foreclosing that
corlulu mortgage executed by J. I..
Yndon und M. J. Ynden on July 21,
11)11, In thu sum of H4G.1G, togeth
er with Interest thereon, wild mort
gage covering Illock 17, of Flut Ad
dition to tho Town of Ilonniun, Klam
ath County, Oregon; for n decree of
this Court roformlng nnd correcting
tho description of tho premises mort
gaged nnd praying for it decree of
this Court Hint sold promises ho sold
In tho innnnor provided by law for
tho forcclosuro of morlgngo lions to
sntlsfy tho said sum of $445, 1C, to
gother with Intorost thereon from
July 17, 1U11, nt tho rato of 8 por
cont per annum: for tho further sum
of $132.38 with Intorost nt C per
cent per milium from January 24,
lt20, for tho furthor sum of 12G.OO
ns attorney's foo und for costs ot
Wld suit; for n decroo declaring that
tho aforo Bald sums constitute a val
id first lion ngnlnst tho mortgaged
promUos nnd Hint you ond ench of
you nnd nil porsona claiming under
you, bo dobarrod ot till right, title,
Intorost or Claim In or to tho said
mortgngod promises, nnd for biicIi
othor nnd furthor rollof ns to tho
Court may soom oqultnblo.
This summons la sorvod upon you
by publication In tho Kvonlng Herald,
a dolly nowspnpor, prlntod, published
and of general circulation In Klam
ath County, Oregon, onco n weolc for
six (C) wooks by order of tho Hon
ornblo 1), V. Ktuykondnll, Judgo of
tho nhovo ontltlod Court, mndo nnd
ontorod on Jnnunry 29, 1921. Tho
dnto of tho first publication ot this
BummonB Is Jnnunry 31, 1921.
n. c. nnoKSHKCK.
nddross Klamath Palls, Orogon.
Tan. 31, Feb. 7-14-21-28, March 7-14
lug up In weight right along, filnco
taking four bottles I hno gnlned
thirty pounds and fcol Just llko I
hnvo boon mndo over. Tho rheuma
tism has disappeared nltogcthor and
tho pnlns In my nock nnd bond hnvo
nil gone. My big gain In weight
shows that I havo tho finest kind of
nppotlto, nnd nothing I oat ovor glvos
me nnf trouble, nt all. I nm back at
work nnd nover miss a day and 1
glvo tho credit for my health nnd
strength entirely to Tnnlnc.
Tanlno Is sold In Klamath Falls
by Star Drug Co., In I.orolla by Jnmos
Merc. Co. nnd In Merrill by South
ern Orogon Drug Co. Adv.
Idaho Chief Justice
'Gives Books to State
MOSCOW, IDAHO, Jnn. 31. Will
iam M. Morgan, retiring chlof jus
tlco ot tho Idaho supromu court, has
donated to the University ot Idaho
law library his porsonnl coplos ot
brlofs und records of tho many casos
Hint hnvo boon heard during his torm
of six )onrs on tho bohclt, according
to nnnouncomont by O. P. Cockorlll,
loan ot tho law school.
"Thoso ro cords 'constitute a very
vnlunblo addition to tho iintvorstty
lnw library," Bald Doan Cockorlll.
"Containing ns they do pleadings nnd
nrgumonts submitted by soma of tho
nblost lawyers In Idaho, thoy will bo
particularly useful In tho course In
law pructlro now bolng cnrrlod by
our third yoar students."
Tho grnsshoppor haa Its oars In
Its logs; nt loast this Is the enso with
tho loug-hornod vnrlotlos. In tho enso
of Bhort-hornod grasshoppors, tho
ours nro nt tho back of tho roots ot
tho wings. Tho position ot tho oar on
tho log Is Just bolow that part ot tho
front legs which Is tho oqulvnlont of
n man's knoo. Tho onr varies a good
doal In torm, In somo casos thoro Is
n silt In tho log, wlllo In othorB thoro
la a film, covorlng a broador opening.
IlOISi:, Idnho, Jan. 31. Sccnos ot
tho old territorial Idaho days woro
ro-onacted horo recently In tho otflco
of Oovornor D. W.SJavIs when Tar
goo Hlk, chlof of tho Dannock trlbo
on tho Fort Hall reservation near
Pocntollo, In full regalia as Is worn
by tho Indians ot tho present day.
camo to tho chief executive ot tho
stato to bo confirmed as tho trlbo's
leader. Wallace Orcou, Targoo Klk's
brother nnd former chlof of tho Han
nock trlbo died recently nnd tho now
chlof wns required to bo officially
nppolnted after being duly olectod by
LET GEORGE DO IT)
Governor Davis wrote a "to whom
It may concorn" lottor and aftor hav
ing It attested by tho secretary ot
state, stamped It with tho great seal
of Idaho and docorated with colored
ribbons, presontod It to Chief Targce
I-lk, who swelled with prldo as ho
The now Ilannock chieftain
brought 0, similar document with
him which had been presented to his
brother, tho Into Chief Wnllaco Green
by Senator Frank It. Gooding, then
governor ot tho stato. Tho document
showed ovldenco ot having been open-
cd nnd folded many times. Govor-
was of formal character and .wished
him every success as chief ot his
Nearly a dozen Important street
In London have no house numbered
13, ovldently In deference to the pop
ular superstition which regards that
vnnliheil from thn rnvernnr'. nfflen
, , .- ..
down tho corridors ot tho capltol. I nor Davis' letter to Chief Tnrgeo Elknumber as unlucky,
Clark arlfflth on't sit In tho old
bird houso much this season. He's
turnod things ovor officially to
Ooorgo Mcllrldo, his votoran short
stop, floprgo has 20 yoars ot profes
sional basoball oxporlonco bohlnd
him. Ha lnndod with tho Washing
ton club In 1908.
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brlnf? It to Goo. h Motr, 622 Main
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