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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
R J. MURRAY..
VRRD SOULK ...
Publlshod dally ozeopt Sunday, by
Tht Hjerold Publishing Company of
Klamath Foils, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
fcterod at tho postofflco at Kin
nath Foils, Ore, for transmission
through, tho mat); i)B spcond-closs
LADY WJIO TOOK umbrella at
danco, roturn to Club Cafo for C
K. 8. Trloby and save trouble. 18-19
WANTED Am starting a night clans
In English for Italian and Spnnr
Ish boys and need n mnn or woman
to assist mo In giving lessons. Not
necessary to speak cither of the
above languages. Como In and tall;
It ovor. Fred taonettl, care- 1C.
Sugnrpinn's Btoro. is-io
LOST A pair of whlto kid gloves.
Phono R14, Mrs. K. S. Honry. 18
WANTED Housokeopor, profornbly
mlddto agod woninn, Phono Mrs.
Harry Tolford. 18-F-13. 18-21
1 FOR SALE A beautiful homo of
ASSOCIATED I 5-rooms, modern, built-in features,
MEMUER OK TIIH
" PRESS, cement basement, concrete foundu
w, A..ioin,i II,... i. ,i.ivk. lions, furnace heated, lot G0xl30
.ntiti. i ,n ih ..... , ..m.Mi..nnn with shndontid fruit trees nnd lawn, i
entitled to tho uo for republication i T,,u ,. . ,, .. . ....
Must be over sixteen years of ago
trustworthy pollto. Able to work
from 8 a. m. to 12 noon nnd 1 p. .in.
to 6 p. m. Must have blcyclo. Apply
at Western Union Tel. Co. and ask
for tntwngor. 17-18
Fon sale mocks. Phono
J. N. Outhrlo.
of all nows dlspntchos croMltcd to It, ' $r,2G0 with tho best of terms. Tim
I I lT " " f ' "
contlngont upon tho sale or tho bonds
that will bo nuthorlxod for providing
necessary funds for financing the
Tho plnnn speclflcatlona and esti
mates of tho city niiglnoor provldo
for nnd specify for tho hard surfac
ing olthor llltullthlr, Oil Mncadnm
or Concrete; and bids nro rospoct
fully Invited on each claim of Imrd
nurfoclng, In addition to grading,
curbing, drnlnngo ami comont sldo
walk. Dated at Klamath Falls. March
14th, 1921. A. L. LKAVITT
Police Judge of said city.
NOTICE OF HEARING OK FINAL
ACCOUNT, AMI KOIl DIN
CIIAlUli: OK ADMINISTRATOR.
or not othorwlso credited In this
Taper, and. also tho local nows pub
r . - ' ' -
"WlimSDAY, MARCH 17, 1021.
Rynu Realty Co. C12 N.
i FOR RBNT
-Three room furnished
C34 .V Sth St.
THE AUTO ASSOCIATION
NEEDS YOUR MEMBERSHIP
Thcro Is nothing that makes tho world seem brighter to nn .autolst,
or rather an auto tourist, and Unit enlarges his fund of confidence In
human nature, than totchug his car on to n strange road, nnd to find,
staring at htm on every side, plain, comprehensive signs, which tell how
far It Is to this place or that plnco. In what direction some other plnco
llos, and other things that nn autolst, a stranger In a strange Und, would
give the shirt off his back to know, and perhaps help him to avoid a
night In an undesirable place, or to direct him to a gasoline oasis, Just
when tho gas In his tank Is running precariously low Autotsts place lots
f conftdenco in theso signs, nnd bless in fervent terms tho community that
Is progressive enough to placo them where he can seo them. That
autolst Is going to tell other autolsts about it, and that feeling agutnst
traveling hrough parts of the country with which ho Is not well ac
quainted' vanishes, and tho community profits thereby. Has this oc
curred t.o you, Mr. and Mrs. Citizen? Havo you over stopped to think
what effect these things have upon your community, especially In theso
days when the auto car Is "the thing";
AND THOSE DKTOUR SHJN8
Yes, and then, have you over traveled through any part of tho country
by auto, and suddenly arrived at a placo In the road whero it was Impos
sible to travel, or even to pass without danger to the occupants of your
ar, or tho car itself, causing you to turn and retrace your way with
something akin to murder in your heart? And when this occurred to
you, how many times have you thought that If tho community through
which you wcro passing were progressiva enough to havo an auto asso
ciation, which In turn would be progressive enough to placo detour signs
to guard ngnlnst things like this, how much better It would bo. Ten to
one. you havo thought about theso things, and the necessity for organizing
automobile associations in every part of the country has been Impressed
upon you Indelibly.
SECOND AND THIRD TO GOOD ROADS
Theso two things are second nnd third only to the Imperative need of
good roads, but even good roads, without this assistance to travelers, lose
much of thotr desirability. Tho whole thing In a nutsholl Is that the
organization and maintenance of an effective automobile association is
necessary to the welfare of any community, nnd that Is exactly tho reason
why the Klamath County Auto association was organized. It is strictly
up to each of us to support this organization, and to becomo members of
It if we can. Certainly, any person who owns a car cannot, with consist
ency, refuse to enroll as a member.
PUT YOUR COUNTY ON T1IK MAP
Good roads put the sections they traverse en the autolst's map. The
people here want to put Klamath county on tho tourist's map. There
are a hundred and ono reasons why It should bo on this map, but sum
ming up all these reasons It can be said that the one big reason hero Is
that It means much more to the prosperity of everybody who lives In It.
Wo have natural resources here but scantily advertised to the outside
world. The Influx of tourists and their subsequent return, for they will
return if you treat them right, will advertise theso resources wonderfully.
Included In theso natural resources Is scenic attractiveness that cannot bo
resisted. Think of Crater Lake and other popular places here. Get the
roads, get the signs and road maps, and get everything else the auto
visitor should have, and you will have done tho biggest thing you ever
did for your county. And, remember, this can be accomplished solely
through an efficient auto association, end that It takes memberships to
nice this association function. Your membership is needed.
An active cmapalgn will be started tomorrow morning, and It will bo
given quite an Impetus during the auto show of Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday. Drop into tho show, and leave your application for membership,
plus tho necessary five dollars, at tho association's booth, or, If you prefer,
trun It In through ono of the several protty girls who will have them for
ale during tho show. Show your loyalty to your county, or If you prefer
to look at tho matter In a selfish sense, do It to savo yourself tho ex
penditure of repair money that will have to be paid If tho present con
dition of our roads endure. At any rate, become a member. It will cost
you only flvo dollars, and you'll get $500 worth of good from the investment.
A lovely Easter (lift would bo ono
of tho Rosaries, n pair of Candlenbrn,
n Crucifix, n picture or n prayer book
from tho CATHOLIC LADIE'3 EX-
CllA.Mirc. 1R In tha Matter of the nstnto of IM
nn B. Kerns. Deceased
In tho county court of Klnmntli
Xotlco Is hereby given thnt It J
Mattoon, the administrator of the os-
lloimvt" tute of Ednn K. Kerns, deceased, has
17tf 1 rendered his fltuil account and flted
o heroin his petition for final sot-
...... .... ....... lllntilAnt final . II. Mm rtn iim.I lliiit Wml.
You've got tho money; I've got tho neaMny. thq 13th i day of April. 1921,
Spring Is coming on nnd you hnvo
the houso clearing bug. Well, I hnvo
got It, too' let's get together.
PERKINS Kl'RNITl'RK HOIWI)
"The Furnisher of Happy
furniture. Let's nwap.
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"The Furnisher of H.tppy tinmen"
Tell your troubles in tho Furniture
lino to PKRKJNS "TUB FURNISH
Kit OF HAPPY HOMES." 17tf
at tho hour of 10 o'clock A. M nt
tho county court chtimbcrit In tho
Cnurthouso In Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, has been duly appointed by said
court for hearing of said final ac
count nnd objections, It nny, thereto
and for hearing of Haiti petition for
settlement of said estate and dis
charge of said administrator, nt
.MTI7.KVKIHP amkkii whicii mnn nnd plnco nny person
I I 14 I APrt.1 .m.l Ifr M..I.1 .mjKS-.t Attn ....
Timothy O Sullivan, nnhe of lro-BI1, , nfl ln '; ,,
land, yesterday filed application form,w cause. .If nny. why snld final I
naturalization In tho circuit court. account should not bo approved nnd I
allowed and tho (-statu settled nnd
tho administrator discharged
II. J. MATTOON
Mar. 1G-22-29 Apr.C-12
Styles for Summer
WK INVIT.J your
.ractlve styles In
Inspection of the new and at
JOHN KELLY Footwear which
showing for tho spring nnd summer
Kqulty No. ISHS
IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
STATB- OF OREOON FOR KLA-'
an my ! how
9 ppiqd hot cup
of Coffee -md
Stnto I-and Hoard of Stato of Ore-:
gen: Plaintiff, vs. Robet L. Mnlono
land Kvn Malone Defondnnts, '
TO ROIJERT L. MALONK. ono of
tho abovo named Dofendanta:
IN THE NAME OF THE 8TATE
OF OREOON: You nro horoby sum
I moncd nnd required to appear and
answer the complaint fllod against
you In tho abovo ontltled suit, with-
(I. pia rvunr. ..uu. u uu.u u, ti.u
first publication of this Summons In
Tho Evening Herald, a nowspapor
printed nnd publlshod In Klamath
County. Oregon, which snld first data
is tho 2Sth day of Fobruary, A. D. '
And you will take notlco that If
you fall to appear and answer, or
othcrwlso plead within said time, tho
plaintiff, for want thereof, will ap-
I ply to tho abovo ontltled court for
tho rollof prayed for In Its complaint,
For Judgment against you Robort
L. Malone' and against Kvn Malone
for and In tho sum of $450.00 with
Interest thorcon from tho 12th. day
of November, A. D. 1917, at tho
rate of six per cont per annum: And
Tim vnrlejy rf attractive designs was never greater
or more pleasing- Tho HeaHiiu's novultles Include stylish
sirup effects, graceful Itomnn, open work designs In low
ut hIhm'N and lattice work patten ih In Louis heel limits.
More conservative styles Include pumps und Oxfords
to pluimu the taste of tho most discriminating.
For those who desire u corrective hIiiio nnd desire
good st)lo as well, wo recommend the LADY WALKEIl.
It's n JOHN KELLEY Shoo, nlsn.
WATCH FOR A SLIP in Klamath
Falls Creamery butter which if pre
sented at our office will be cashed
KLAMATH FALLS CREAMERY
We handle only the very best
of Klamath County Meats, and
sell at the lowest prices.
Our Motto, "Square as Old
Abe," is bringing in new custom
ers daily. Try us, and we will
both be pleased.
"Square as Old Abe"
Two Deliveries Daily
Phone 511-J Cor. Main and 3rd
7ake Home a Dogen
NOTICE INVITING PKOPOHALtt TO
MAKK BTHEKT IMPROVEMENTS
U'llUmnl.i. W ma1 Inn ( Vlnmnih nmlnt anlfta nt rnnl nrnnnrtv nn a.
m.u ui bi ('Ji will, yvi uiiuuiiit nuu i iiittiuvmi vnmM .. ., .....n ... w , w-. wm -
for tho further sum of Ono Hundred I County, Oregon. ' ccullen:
Dollars as Attorney's fees; And And foreclosing you and tho do- This summons Is publlshod pur-
for Its costs and disbursements here- fendant Eva Malone, and all porsoni stiant to an order of tho Hnnorablo
In: claiming, or to claim, by through or D. V. Kuykondnll, Judge of tho Clr-
And for a decrco foreclosing the under you, or either of you, of all cult Court of tho Stato of Oregon for
mortgago given by -you and Era Ma- right, tltlo. Interest, claim, lion or Klamath County, which ordor Is
lono to tho plaintiff upon tho fol- oqulty In and to all and every part dated tho 23rd, day of February, A.
lowing described premises, to-wlt: ' and parcel of said dosciibod real es- D. 1921,
Upon tho SE of the NWtt: The tnto and ordering tho roil property CHARLES J. FBIIOUBON
VfM of the NHU an dthe 8B.V4 of abovo described to bo sold by tho Attorney for Plaintiff, Loomls Ilulld-
tho NBU of section 19. In Township Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon, Ing; Klamath Falls, Oregon.
41 South, Range 14 East of the. In tho manner provided by law gov-1 Fob 26 Mar. 4-11-18-26 A 1-8
Pursuant to Ordlnanco and order
of tho Common Council of tho city (
of Ktamnth Falls, Oregon, notlco i
Is hereby given that proposals will
oe reecivou oy saiu common council
for making tho Improvements de-'
signed for Fourth strcot, from Kla-.
math avenue to tho southerly lino I
of Oak avenue; Fifth street from !
Klamath nvenuo to the southorly
lino of Willow avenue; Walnut avo
nuo from the northerly lino of Fourth
street to tho southerly lino of Sixth
St. Oak Ave. from tho northerly
lino of Fourth St. to the south-
erlr Hro of Seventh strcot,
Willow avenue from tho north
erly line of Fifth street to the
southorly lino of 8lxth stroot. to
gether with all Intersections betwteni
the respective termini not already
Said proposed Improvements to be
made In accordance wIMi the plans
and specifications of the city engi
neer for either of the clash
es of Improvement mention
ed In said pluns and npeilfloatlons
and tbo ordlnanco ordering the mak
ing of said nroj)08d Improvement.
which said Ordinance ib numbered In
640, and was adopted on the 21st t
Uny of February A. D. 1921, nnd by
tho mayor approved on tho 23rd day
of Februnry, A. D. 1921.
The plans and specifications ro
ferrod to above are on file with the
Police Judge and with the city engl
noer of said, city.
Tbo contract for making the pro
posed Improvements will bo lot In one
contract, and the tlmo ln which tl
samo Is to bo completed, Is fixed by
Bain orainiwco ror Kepi. 1st. 1920,
Hlrtu must be fllod with th Vn.
Hoc Judge for submission to thn
council not later than 8 o'closk p.
m. of tho 28th day of March, 1921,
at which time, at tho council cham
ber In tho city hall, all proposal
will bo oponed nnd considered.
Each proposal must ba accom
panied by a certified chock on some
responsible hanking Institution equal
to G of tho nggrogato amount or
the proposal, tho same to bo forfeit
ed to the city, upon falluro of tho
succcseful bidder to entor Into eon.
tract and bond for tho faithful com
pletion of tho propoRod Improve,
mont In accordance with thn nlrms
and specifications therefor, Tho,
right to reject any and all piopoualn
Is horoby reserved, Tho award to
iu cueuiiui uiauer u norenjr mad HOWM
In More than Name Only
We feel that we would not be justified in using the
n.me, "Palace Market," if we did not conduct our
market in accordance with all the demand's of sanita
tion, and service. We place great stress upon sanita
tion, or cleanliness, if you prefer to term it that way,
and we feel that our efforts to preserve this cleanliness
is thoroughly appreciated by our patrons, the list of
whom, grows larger every day. The item of service
should not be overlooked we insist that our represen
tatives shall be courteous all the time, and that prompt
ness in giving this service shall be an ever-present shop
OF COURSE OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT