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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
j The Office Cat
AT THE LIBERTY FRIDAY
NeAv YORK'S LATEST IN HATS. JUST RECEIVED
SPOUTS, SAILORS AND TRIMMED HATS, ALSO
COMPLETE LINE OP CHILDREN'S HATS.
FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1021
Another Sllro of tlio Olil Man
(Vlnconnos, Ind., Commercial)
A thirteen pound son -was bom yes
terday to Mr. and Mrs. Hcrsbcll
iramm. Tho mother was Mary D.
Frund. Tho father Is a well known
neat cutter and has a smile that
takes as ho hands out tho cigars.
Mothor tfnd babo are doing flno.
It won't do you much good to tnko
a "memory courso"' If you haven't
jjy mind, and If you haro you don't
need a "momory courso."
B. S. Qrigsby says In tho spring tho
ftTerago man's fancy lightly turns to
thoughts of loafing.
Judgo Lcavltt says tho neighbors'
chickens aro heartily in favor of open
gardens openly arrived at.
Miss Dcrnardlno Hnnnon and Miss
Madgo Dixon handed this to the Cat
as their opinien:
It a grocer sells you a dozen eggs
and two of 'em aro bad you can tako
'cm back and get good eggs In their
stead. It a department storo sells you
an umbrella that splits tho first tlmo
you open It tho loss will bo mado
good promptly. It a shoo dealer selts
you a pair of shoes that rip open tho
first tlmo you put them on you may
havo your money back for tho ask
ing. This Is tho principle on which
business Is founded. If tho goods do
not como up to tho specifications,
back they go and this Is as it should
But If a girl marries a young man
who doosn't como up to specifications
sho Is stung. Ho may have told her
that' bo had a house and lot, manor
that bo has in tbo bank, a good sala
ry ad no bad habits, and ho may
tarn out to have been a wall eyed
liar on each and every count. It
makes no difference, sho can't re
turn hlsi to his folks.
Many a girl has married what ap
peared to bo a nice, upstanding
youth, a good stock model, so to
speak, and finds too Into that ho was
a confirmed coughdrop chewer, or
that ho wore hand-embroldercd sus
penders or played a piccolo. Her only
recourse is tho expenco and annoy
anco of the divorce courts. And every
marriage llccnso should read, In
plain type, something llko this:
"It Is understood and agreed that
It tho said husband aforesaid named
In this hero document, should prove
a flivver, a glass crash and a false
alarm, not to say a lemon and a whir,
.the wire aforesaid has tho right to
kick him out the back door with the
rest of tho rubbish."
Will Seek Union of All
ST. LOUIS, May 20. A plan of
union of all Presbyterian churches Is
sot forth In a proposal to bo mado to
tho General Assembly of tho Presby
terian Church In tho United States
(Southorn), which opened hero to
day. Tho proposal is tho result of "thrco
years of conferences between com
mittees of tho Presbyterian Church
In tho United States, and committees
of other Presbyterian and Roformed
Tho proposition Is tlt!cd,tho "Con
stitution of tho Presbyterian Reform
ed Churches In America." Under It
each constituent church would retain
Its autonomy In creed, government
and worship, but would act "to fui'
thcr tho redemption work of Christ"
through "Tho United Assembly of
tho Presbyterian Roformed Churches
Tho proposition will be considered
at tho rcspecttvo general assemblies
of tho various Presbyterian denomi
nations this year, delegates explain.
Tho work of tho United Assembly
-would includo unification of tho work
of tho missionary, educational and
"bonovolcnt agencies of tho various
constituent bodies. Tho proposed As
sembly would "copstltuto a bond of
union, pcaco and correspondence
among all congregations and Judica
tories of tho constituent churches,"
and would "bo the declarative, and
administration and judicial agency of
tho united body."
that tho notes described In said com
plaint bo roformed to bear date of
September 28th Instead of October I
7th, and for such other mid further
rellof as may seem to tho court eiiul..
tablo and Just. i
This summons Is served by publi
cation thereof In Tho Evening Hon
nld, a dally newspaper, printed, pub
lished and of gcucrnt circulation In
Klamnth County, Oregon, by order of
Honorablo I). V. Kuykendall, Judgo
of above entitled court, mado and en
tered on tho 17th day of May, 1921,
which said order require1 that tho
summons bo published at leant onco n
week for six consecutive weeks bo-
ginning on tho 20th day of May. 1021
COLLI EH & COLLIER,
STONE & WEST.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
M 20-27. J 3-10-17-21. Jl.
Law Very Stringent
PORTLAND. Ore., May 20. Ore
gon's new antl-gambllng baseball
law, recently passed by tho stato leg
lslaturo, goes into effect May 2G. Vi
olation of any of tho four different
sections of the bill rendor tho viola
tor llablo to imprisonment In the
state prison for not moro than flvo
years or by a flno not exceeding $G,
000, or by both. '
Section ono deals with persons who
attempt to brlbo players not to uso
their best efforts to win a game. Sec
tion two deals with players who ac
cept bribes and section thrco Is In
roferenco to any persons not to uso
their best efforts to sea that tho gamo
Is plnyed honestly.
Section four provides a penalty for
any umpire, managjar or director who
doos not uso his Influence and ability
to sco that tho games aro played honestly.
A llcnolutlon IVclnrlnj tlie Intention
of tho dry of Klamath Full, On-
Ron, to Change tho (,'niilo nt tlio
IntoiNwtlon of Seventh Street nnil
Wnlnut Avenue from lHovntloni
140 to Klevntlon 14N.
WHEREAS, It Is doomed exponent'
to chapgo tho present grado at tho I
Intersection of Soventh Street and I
Walnut Avenuo from olovntlon 14C to1
DE rr RESOLVED. That tho Com
mon Council hereby declares Its In
tention to chnngo tho grade at tho
Intersection of Seventh Streot and
Walnut Avonuo from elevation 14C
to elevation 14S.
STATE OK OREGON,
County of Klamath. )ss.
City or Klamath Palls. )
I. A L. Ltavltt. Pollco Judgo of
said city nbovo mentioned, do horoby
certify that tho foregoing is a duly
enrolled copy of the resolution passed
by tho Common Council on tho ICth
day of May, 1921.
A. L. LEAVITT. I
17-27 Pollco Judgo.
You can't mako 'era believe it, but
dishwater -will mako tho hands Just
as soft as theso patent creams.
George Stevenson says that In his
opinion, mnrrlago has becomo Just a
short excursion trip, rather thun a
life. voago on tho sea or matrimony
A New Alibi
Since that Hammon (Ind.) man
was robbed or 13,600 whilo praying
in church, it will be harder than over
to Induce tho men rolk to go to
church. Incidentally his name was
" Small mines Isolated from tho out
side world aro often forced to otoso
down by reason of breakogo of ma
chinery and difficulty In getting re
pairs, in tho Sierras airplane sorvlco
has been used to transport parts and
Is proving successful for that purpose.
netici: ok saw: ok irrigation'
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN That'
sealed proposals will bo received '
until tbo 24th day of Juno A. D. 1921
at tho hour or 2 o'clock Irwtho nftor
noon for tho purchaso of Fifteen
Thousand Dollars' worth of bonds otj
tho Enterprlso Irrigation District of I
Klamath County, Oregon. Said bonds
aro to draw Interest at tho rato of 6
por cent per annum, payablo seml-i
annually upon tho 1st day of July
and tho 1st day of January of each I
year until tho maturity of said bonds. .
Said proposals will bo received by'
tho Hoard of Directors of said Irrlga-
tlon District, and should bo directed '
to tho Sccrotary of tho Entorprlso Ir-.
ligation District, caro of Krcd. D. I
Plotcbor, Loomls Uulldlng, Klamath
Falls, Oregon. I
Tho Hoard of Directors rosorvo tho ,
right to reject any or all bids offer
ed, a. J. H1LYARD,
Secretary of tho Ho-ird of Di
rectors of Enterprise Irrira-
tlon District. M19-J20
Scene from "Kazan"
James Oliver Curwood's Greatest Story
The great wolf-dog will win your heart in
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
story ever told.
James Oliver Curwood's wonderful characters
spring from word to life, headed by JANE NOVAK
and KAZAN the World's Wonder Dog.
AT THE LIBERTY FRIDAY
Tho City Engineer pursuant to tho
Resolution of tho Common Council'
herctoforo ndoptod, having under,
dato of tho 2nd day of April, 1921.'
filed plans,Hpectflcatlons and esti
mates or tho cost or Improving Jofr
or30n street rrom Third street to
FHth streot, TUth street from Joffor
son street to Lincoln streot, and from
Fifth street to Sixth stroet on Lin
coin stroot, Including Intersections;
and tho Common Council linvlng ta
ken tho samo undor ndvlsomont nnil
finding said plans, specifications and
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED. That
said nlnrm. nnnolflentlnna nn.1 noil.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THUjmaton for tho Improvement or the
statu tinmi.iii Miii mi, aforesaid stroots. Including internee-
I tlons, bo and tho samo aro horoby
I AND Hi: IT FURTHER RESOLV-
, ED, That tho Common Council here
by doclares Its Intention to Improvo
portions of Jefferson streot,
41. Lota 5. 4, 3, 2, 1 Hlock 47, Lots
6, 7, 8. 9, 10 Hlock 4,2, Lots C, 4 and
wostorly half of Lot 3 In Hlock 40,
Lota G, C, 4, 7, and tbo westerly half
of Lot 3 and 8 In Hlock 43, I-ots 1
and 2 and tho easterly halt of Lot 3
In Hlock 42, Lots 1 and 2 In Hlock
43, Lots 1, 10, 2, 9 and easterly halt
of Lots 3 nsd 8 in Hlock 3C, and I-ots
C. 7, 8, 9, 10 In Hlock 3C, all In First
Addition to tho City or Klamath
Falls, Oregon; nnd that said property
abovo listed and described bo nnd
horoby Is declared to be assessed lor
tho oxpenso or snld Improvement.
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That Monday, tho Cth duy ot
Juno, 1921, at tho hour or 8 o'clock
P. M.. at tho Council Chambers at
tho City Hall, bo fixed ns tho tlmo
and plnco for tho hearing ot objec
tions nnd remonstrances against tho
said proposed Improvement nnd tho
Pollen Judgo Is hereby directed to
causo notlco ot said hearing to boj
published ns by Charter provided. ,
STATE OF OREGON. )
County ot Klamath, )ss.
City of Klamath Falls, )
I, A. L. Ixaltt. Pollen Judgo of
tho City or Klamath Falls. Oregon, 1 12-23
uo uurouy coruiy mat mo foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy or a resolu
tion ndoptod by tho Common Council,
on tho 9th dny or May, 1921, do
daring its Intention to Improtn Jef-i
ronton stroot rrom Third stroot to
Firth stroot, Firth streot rrom Jeffer
son street to Lincoln street nnd Lin
coln stroot from Fifth streot to Sixth,
stroot, Including Intersections, and
approving tho plans, specifications
and nstlmates or rostn submitted by
tho City Engluoor.
A. L. LEAVITT,
COUNTY OP KLAMATH
Ed. Geary appeared on our streets
yesterday In a set or now summer
aconory. Look out, girls!.
Tho editor or tho Weekly Hiccough
who was cited for contempt of court
by Squlro McSpndden a whilo back,
Informs a scribo ho wasn't responsi
ble for tho piece of question. Ills
wlfo, who helps him get out the pa
per, don't llko tho squlro's wlfo, ho.
says, and when sho sot tho typo for
tho McSpadden pleco sho lot her feel
ings got tho best or her, Slnco ho
never reads tho Hiccough hlmsoir he
Bays he didn't ktiow anything about
it till his attontlon was called to samo
a few days ago.
Slnco hair cuts has wont up to 60c
a copy, many of our cltlzons are
thinking of taking up flddllnff.
Joo Rlchter wants to know wh a
photograph salesman will call nvound
nt your houso and try to soil you n
talking machine when ho knows dnrn
well you'vo married and havo n parrot?
Summons for Publication
Louis Roesch, Plaintiff,
T. W. Phnnocor nnd J. S Hallo), ' sntil
nartnors doing business as Phcne-, Fifth Htrent nn,i T.inentn ,ir. i'
ger & Halley, W. T. Estop and A. accordance with said plans, speclfl-1
W. Walker Auto Company. cations and estimates; said improo-
J?.0.(oni,mI'r. or. mont l0 consist or paving said por
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OP tlons or Jefferson streot. Fifth streot
OREGON nnd Lincoln streot with Concrete .
To W. T. Estop, dofondant horeln: iWHIIto or Hltullthle. Tho ostlmatod I
You nro horoby required to appear cost or tho improvement or said por
and answer tho complaint filed ( tlons or said stroots, Including Inter-!
nrnlnst vou and others In tho nbovo sections. Iiv nlnelni- timmnn nin..'
ontltlod suit, on or beforo tho 1st day Concrete, Hltullthle or Wllllto, or i
of July. 1921. that being the last day other hnrd mirfaco pavomont to bo
or thottlmo proscribed In tho ordor 21170.3G, said cost Including grad-1
ror publication or this summons, and. ng, rolling, curbing nnd comontl
If you fall so to answor or appear, ror sidewalk. I
want thoroor tho nlaintlff will npnly AND HE IT FimTHT-ij nroniv.
to tho court ror tho rollor prayed for, ED. by tho Common nniinrii th.t it..
In his complaint on file horeln to-wlt: .following described proporty bo nnd
For iudement against tho defend-1 hi horoby declared hnnnfiitn, i,v i.i
ants In this causo and each of them improvement, to-wlt: Lots C, 4, 3 2 1
for tho sum or Four Thousand Dollars l. Hlock 48. Lots C. 7. 8. 9. in Hlock
(i.uuuj onu interest uiuruuii num
Rontemlior 28. 1920: for tho solo of HMBMIMBMMM"B"a-iMHSflB
two certain 5-ton Attoruury thicks
designated In said complaint nnd for
tho application of tho funds derived
therefrom to tho payment of cost'
and disbursements In this action nnd '
attorneys fees, and tho romalnder, lf
any, to tho payment or the sum do-
manned In said complaint and for
further Judgment against tho defend
ants nnd each of them, Jointly nnd
govornlly, for any deficiency that may
bo remaining after applying tho pro
roods of said sain ns aforesaid, and
for oxocutlon ngatnBt tho proporty of
olthor or all of Bald defendant?
whothor owned Jointly or sevorally.
and for a further decreo of the court
LET US SIMON
IZE YOUR CAR,!
ifevnp ftr eyesi
If jou mint friv.li egetnlilex
mill fruit, (oino to Ilia
PALACE FRUIT CO.
Whero you can novo monoy
10 to G
There is a
flduor to suit
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
Wo glvo all our work pornonal attontlon. Uso nothing but first
class material. Lot ub glvo you figures on your painting.
133 N. 4th St.
Res. 'Phone 531-R
(n1nn I 1vl ltl.
J iun.-D 11 1UUII 1IKU now
9 Alio rirnt clasi washing nnd
3 polishing. Cars callod ror and
J. H. Garrett & Son
1 OTII. HTHl'KT
Dl' IS5-M- -'
..THE NEXT SPARK PLUG YOU BUY
GET A .
AND YOU WILL FORGET YOUR
SPARK PLUG TROUBLES
REED AUTO SUPPLY CO.
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