The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 21, 1921, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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PAGM TWO
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1021
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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,Thc Evening Herald
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VKED BOULB ,. City
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IMItor
Published Jally oicopt Sunday, by
Tht. Ilerald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Fall, at 119 Eighth Stroct.
Entered at the pottotflco nt Kin
math Fall, Oro., for transmission
through tbo malls as socond-clasa
matter.
HEMDUll OF THIS ABSOCIATKD
TRESS.
.Th'b Associated Press is exclusively
atltled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It,
for not otherwise credited In this
pacer," and also tho local now a pub
lisher' heroin.
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SATURDAY, MAY !!1, l2t
I.OXK PINK
- . Margaret 'Tallmon was Injured
by nn automobllo Friday afternoon
'.whlto walking to Merrill.
Mr. Anderson had stopped to of
fer her a rldo when Dr. Patterson
turned out to pans tho other car
and ran Into her. It wns a mlrnclo
sho was not killed. Dr. Patterson
picker hor up and took her to Mer
rill whero ho dressed her wounds.
It was necessary to tako three
NKWH 1'ItO.M ODKSS.Y
l'uckott Hrotheru nuto truck was
obliged to Btisncntl oporatjona on ac
count of four inches of snow In this
vicinity.
Jess Tumor- and n party of
friends from Klamath Falls nro
spending tliclr spring vacation In
tlio neighborhood of It Is ranch nml,
combining business with
Wilson McMlclmcl, .T J. HoKnu, 0. A
llnrnoburg, Alcrlck llarnoburg, A. M.
tlonry, E. A. Ocnry, It 12 Uenry and
n. W, Geary, Dotutiduuts. ,
Tho Halls and DeUsces nnd des
rnndnnts of heir nnd devisees' If nny
thoro bo of W I. Nichols. Mrs. t.br
enn Wilson MeMlclmol, J. P. tlngnu,
0. A, Damuburg, Alurlck Itaruoburg,
ot defendants nbud named' -
In, tho Name ot the rtntn ot Urn-
utiinBIII., IK0II1
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, , . . . ......... MAA 1UU ,11V MVIULIJ 1111,1,1,', I ,1111, t',1,111,
mil juuiviiiK t,ir uivguu tyiui'u ruui.
M. It, Wamplcr la busy
out his innrsh In ml, preparing for n
crop ot mint. Ot courso, ho docs
not expect to uso nny of this for
mint jultp. ' '
Foreman IMwnrds of tho Dcok
ranch Is moving his stock from As-
pln Lake to his Itock Creek
range.
Mr. Hnrpst of Rocky
preparing his resort for
m or rush ot business.
Mr. Wllklsou, rnttsmnn
ltctt Hros is thinking ot purchasing
some mash land.
IT. McCnrnnck In llm linliloi' nf for.
pumping, titlcato of Delinquency numborud
sm issued on tun utn nay or April
1910 by tho Tux Collector of the
County nf Klnmnth. State of Oregon
for tho amount of rorty-ono (II
01) Dollnr and four ooutn, tho snmo
lining tho amount then duo and dollti-
nuont for taxes for tho yo.tr 1911 to
I guthcr with penally. Intoreit and
(costs thereon upon tho real property
' nssosscd to you, of which you nro
Point Is, tho owner ns appears of record, sit
tho Bum-1 unted In said County and State, nnd
particularly hounded nnd described
.- n.. n follows, to-wlt. Lot 2. Section 28
tor l UC- TnmilUn -19 Kitiilli 1)nt,in 1 v
I M. nnd Lots fl. C. 7. S, n. 10. 11 nnd
112. Section 2R. Tonnshln 3S South.
Tho waters ot tho lako nro get
ting very warm caused by tho Hey-J
notds brothers putting logs In so
fast.
Ki'itixo lakh imippixtJS
A very plcntnnt surprlso
stitches In hor lower hip. It was nt wns Riven ednesday evening nt tho
first feared sho would not bo nblo homo of Mr. nud Mrs. Win. Choyno
to lako her place In tho graduating
class but later sho was nblo to at-
- tend. t
Mrs. Klgcr took a load of high
, school pupils to tho picnic at Spen
cer Creek Wednesday, Mny 11.
Mr. and Mrs Chas. Burnett went
' to Klamath Falls a few days ngo
"nnd bought n now Ford car.
Mrs. Clydo Klger and children
and Chester Enman attended tho
7th and 8th grade picnic nt tbo gov
'eminent dam Saturday.
The"' suckers or still going up
Lost river and qulto a number havo
been caught.
Walter Enman finished drilling
wheat at tbo Lost river ranch.
Mr. Goudy and wlfo aro visiting
at O. C. Dunncll homo. Mrs. Goudy
Is Mrs. BunnoU's brothoV.
In hnnnr nf Vlan Mnliln Pnal...
who has Just closed a very suc
cessful term of school. Tlio guests
weroi Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Bcnnott,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan' Iconblco and
daughter, Evelyn, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
S. Schrelner nnd daughter, Paulino,
tho Misses Viola Choyno. Stella
Schrelner, Kato cheechov, Irenol181s
Foisom, Ethel Schrelner and Mabel
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ANNOUNCING
The Opening of
THE ST1NS0N PHOTO SHOP
at their new location Seventh Street and
Klamath Avenue.
ltango S 1C. W. M ; and that of said
property Just described. I.nts B, rt, 7.
8. 9, 10, 11 nnd 12. Section 2K,
Township 3S South. Ilango 8 11. W
M., rnmnln unredeemed from Cortlfl
cato No. 837, nnd taxes. Interest nnd
penalties pnld subsequent thereto.
You nro further notified Hint unlil
parly Frank II. McCornnok or his nsinor
H. S. Mooro ha- tmld tnxei on said
premises for prior or subsequent
years, with tho rate of Interest on
said nmotuits as follews:
Year's Dato Tax lie-Ain't Ttato of
Tat Paid celpt Interest
1915 Apr. 11 2103 $21.39 15
101G
Apr. 5 2218 $20.21 15
1917
Apr. G 3537 $27. 45 12
191S
Apr 5 29C7 $20 10 12 n
1919
101G
1917
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NEW TODAY
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LAYING HENS FOR SALE Anilto
Leghorns. $1 each. Cheaper than
you can raise thorn. F. W. Rlggs,
North Klamath Falls Addition. 21
On 1.1 rtAfnn.lriHl. . 1 . ... s
Crosb). Messrs Nick and Jim Cheoc tho leital title nf the nlmvo le.eriiiPii
hov, Ernest Folsom, Lester Schrc- property ns tho sime anI)nrs of ro-
lner nnd Bob Cnrlor. Tho eronlng
was spent In dancing nnd refresh
ments of cako nnd chocolato was
sorved by tho hostess. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. .Charles Mnck and
son, Charles, wero Klamath Falls
visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bennett
havo returned to Klamath Falls aft
er spending the winter In California.
CALIFORNIA NEWS
I wish to ozprcss my appreciation
of tho patronago and many courte
sies extended to mo during the two
-years or my business life In this city
MRS. L. A. BURGESS.
USED CARS FOR SALE Ono Dodge
touring, one Maxwell touring, ono
Dodge roadster. Theso cars will bo
sold on very liberal terms. Ewauna
Motors Co. ' 21
Hypocrlts don't llko THE BUNK,
Ont tonight. 21
FOR SALE Very nlco 5-room houso
modern, closo In, on pavoment. fur
nished or unfurnished. Terms. A. B.
C Herald. 21-27
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing room. 1143 Pine. Phone 317R.
2U'24
DORRIS. 5lny 21 Tho Tnft Lum
ber company has commenced opera
tions v.lth n small crow nt Its
near tho Klamath river.
WEED, May 21 --Tho Weed Lum
ber company's saw mill started oper
ation recently with n full crow. Tho
mill will only be run by the day shift
for tho present, but a night shift will
bo put on as soon as tho comjany
can got the men, probably tho latter
part of next week.
PLACRRV1LLE, California, Muy
21. Considerable daniaco was
cord, and ench of tho othnr pontons
abovo named aro hereby further noti
fied that Frank H. McCortuck will
appiy to mo circuit court or tlio
County nnd State nforeiald fnr a do
creo foreclosing tho lien against tho
property abovo described, nnd men
tioned In said certificate And you aro
hcroby summoned to nrreir within
sixty days nfter tho flrt pulillrntlon
of this summon? exclusive of the dny
of s.ild first publication, nnd defend
thin action or pay the n mount duo ns
abovo shown, together wltti cost and
accrued interest, and In oae of 'our
failure to do ro. n rtseron will Bb ren
dered foreclosing. Hie linn of said
taxes and costs ug.ilrxt tho rand nnd
promises nbovn named
Special Otter to Graduates
We will offer to the local people until June
5th, one 7x11 enlarged hartd tinted picture,
value at $7.50, FREE with each order for
one dozen portraits.
We are now prepared to do everything pho
tographic in the following werk:
Panoramic views, copying and enlarging,
and picture framing. Portraits taken at
your home. Kodaking is our business. Not a
side line.
THE STINSON PHOTO SHOP
7th and Klamath
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and without her consont; becuusn do.
fendant has fallod, ni'glccted and re
fused and does now rnfuso to support
this plaintiff, his wife.
This summons is served upon you,
th mild defendant, by tho publica
tion (hereof In tho Evening Herald, a
I. ily uownpupor, published In KJiini-
)i Fulls, Klnmulh County, Stato of
i iiiin BiiiiiiiiuuB is iuniinni'i ouri .1
mill C0K "r, " v, .? onirr 01 wie ,.,), Kails, Klnmutli county, oiato ot
..onorauio m v. iuiKBmiiui. jmige, Oregon, nnd of general circulation In
of tho Circuit Court of Die Stnlo or ,,.j coimty and Stato, oncit a weok
Oregon for the Conntv of Klaie tli t fr ,; HUCcihsIvu weeks, tho first pub-
nnu saiu nruor wan nirne tnu nnieii
tho 4th day of April 1 V 2 1 and the
dnto of the first publication of this
summons li tlio 9th dn of prll
1921.
All process nnd papers In this pro
ceedlng may bo srcd upon tho
iundorslgned residing within the
Stnte of Oregon at tho address here
after mentioned.
r c GROEsnrriv'.
Attorney for Plaintiff
FOR SALE C-room houso on pavo
ment,' nearly completed, furnished,
lot 50x173x70x134, $1,500, $1,000
cash. hftl. 113. KO nnr mn Will rnn.
aider Ford car or truck, 1958 Oregon I nnd hogs met with Director
ATD.
clone thn fnttf In 1ia t.ii.. ....
belts of E. Dbrndo county by a heavy '"TMS'
"'''" wuikii uccompanieu a cloud I r
hurst. Threo Inches of hall fell nt
somo points. An Inch of rain fell hero
In about an hour.
SACRAMENTO, May 21. What
was described as tho greatest forward
movement In tho livestock Industry
In California was Inaugurated hero
when growors of cattle, sheep, goats
a. ii.
llcntton being mndo May 14, 1821,
and tho last publication Juno 25,
1921. by order of tho Honorablo Rob
ert H. Bunnell, Judgo ot tho County
Court of tho Stato of Orogon for tho
County of Klamath, made, entered
and filed on tho 13th day ot May,
1921.
J. H. CAUNAHAN,
Attornoy for Plaintiff
1 4-2 1-2BJ4-1 1-1 8-25
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21 Hccko of tho Statu Department of
Crooks fear THE BUNK,
night.
Out
FOR RENT House.
Ington 8treet.
Call 933 Wash-21-24
WANTED Experienced seamstress,
Apply at once, 208 Main St. 21
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to-i "hin-unuiu onii lorinuiaicu plans lor
! too nrst annual convention of Call-
fornla livestock growers.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 21.
Slocks In stornga by tho oil com par
tiles in California Increased 1,143,14?
ladles' fancy silk wear, also men's
silk shirts made to order at small
cost. Call 208 Main St.
IX Till: CIRCUIT COCItT OF TIIK
STATU OF ORIXiON FOR Till:
COUNTY OF KLAJIAT1I
Margaret Lucille Freeman, ) ,
Plaintiff. )i:uity
vs. )No. 1298
Guy N. Freeman, ' )Sum-
Defendant) monn
To Ouy N. Freeman, the above mimed
defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OFi
OREGON:
You aro hereby required to appear,
and ansner tho complaint filed'
ngalnst you In tho nbovo entitled
suit on or before tho 25th day of
Juno, 1921, that being tho Inst day
of the tlmo proscribed In tho order
for publication of summons hornln,
and If you fall no to appear, plead, '
We charge the same
We give more ..
uarrcis in April, according f. figures ansa or. demur or othcrwlso move
FOR SALE Plants;
Phone 109W.
4G
Main St.
21-27
mado public by tho Stimlard Oil
companies, amquntlng tc $rS,9M
21 t barrols n day, showed an incro.w of
1289 barrels a day over llaroh. April
shlpmonts wero 300.S77 :.irrc!s, nn
ndvanco of 5461 barrols du"v over
Snobs hate THE1 nUNK. Out to- March. Tho April productions bet a
night.
21 ! now record for Callfornh.
Hero wo go for a swim at tho now
Hot Springs Bath Houso. 21
Joss Sticks aro mado of a stom ot
bamboo rolled In it nrnnnrntlnn ron.
,F?lK4EpT"i,e0P,nB r0m l0Wk; ' talnlntr many different odoriferous
2i urugs, two of which aro aconlto and
within that time, for want thereof.
plaintiff will apply tp tho above en
titled Court for tho relief prayed for I
In hor complaint as follew: I
For a decreo of tho abovo cntllh-d .
Court forever dissolving the bonds
of matrimony now nnd heretofore ox
luting between plaintiff and defend-'
ant, upon tho grounds of wilful do
sortlon by defendant of plaintiff for
more than ono your Immediately pre-1
vlous to tho commencement ot this
suit, ngalnst tho will of tho plulntlff I
as
no
Wo chnrgo tbo samo for eye
examination and glasses
other firms no more,
less but wo aim to give
more, In detail ot our exam
ination, moro care In accur
ate manufacture and adust
ment ot glasses, and moro at
tention to tho wclfaro of our
pntlcnts' eyo needs.
H. J. WINTERS
GRADUATE OITICIAN
700 MAIN STREET
4444,44
It's cheaper to let your ice melt
than your butter.
Beginning next week the Kla
math Ice and Storage Company
will make regular residence deliv
ery throughout the city.
Ice cards may be secured from
deliverymen or by calling at the
plant at 473 Spring St. Phone in
your initial orders to 58.
Klamathlce &Storage Co.
U54 Pine St.
WANTED A position driving truck I camphor. Tho nccnlto serves to pro-
or touring car; 14 yoarn shop and; toct tho sticks' against tho attacks of
driving experlonco. Address R. B, D
Box 1138. . 21-24
FOR RENT Two largo outsldo
sleeping rooms, with stoves and
bath. 1150 Pine St. 21-23
Household furniture for sale; also
bouse for rent. Inquire 1425 Cres
cent Ave. j 21-24
READ THE BUNK Now on sale
at ll news stands, 10c. 21
WANTED 3 passengors to go to Port
land Monday morning by auto. In
quire Mecca Peel Room. 21
FOR RENT 2-room apartment fur
nished for light housekeeping. 527
Klamath Ave. Phone 461. 20
rats nnd mlco and tho camphor cau
ses them to burn etcadlly.
JVOMKX OF WOODCRAFT
Our "Thursday evening mooting
will ho called promptly nt 7 o'clock,
so as to permit tho mombcrs to at
tend tho Chautauqua.
21 IVY PROST, (1. N.
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hTMs. week's Issuo of THE BUNK
"will get some peoplo's goat at nil
newsstands, 10c a copy, 21
Might" he grafters in Klam,ath
Falls. Read THE BUNK. All news
stands, lOe a copy. 21
FOR SALE Two 3-room modern
houses, bath nnd furnished, $450
cash, balance $35 por month. Phono
441R. r, 21
Herald classified ads par you,
CAItl) OF THANKS
Wo wish to express our slncero
appreciation . to tho many kind
frlendH for tho sympathy extended
to us during pur recent horenvo
mont and tho Woman's Rollof
Corps for tlio beautiful flowors.
MRS. LORAINE CORNISH,
MRS. CLARA DAVISON,
AND CORNISH BROTHERS.
Advertising pays. Try it and see.
SUMMONS FOR l'UHMCATIOX IX
reHixLORum: ok tax liex
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till!
STATE OF OROKOX FOR KLAM
ATH COUNTY.
Frank II. McCornntk. rinlntlff vs.
Holrs and Devisees and descendants
ui nuira unu ui uuvisees 11 any moro 1
be, of W. I. Nichols, Mrs. LoronaJ
Kodak Work
Leay? Your Filttvs
Before 9 OclocK-Your
AM Pictures am ready at v3
P?M
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
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WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
DUY THEIR DRUGS
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2 Ford chassis, fine for bug
1 Ford Truck
1 Ford Delivery
Many Others
These are all good buys and terms
MALLORY GARAGE
127 So. 6th. St.
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Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
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WHY?
Use nrd nary Fir Flooring whon you can buy tho famous I
LONG-BELL
FORKED LEAF OAK FLOORING v
.For less than you would pay for a good carpot?
On account of 11 recent docltnu In tho market wo aro ublo to mak
theso exceptionally low prlces: '
13.10x2 U Clr. Quartered Wliltu Oak f 225.00
13-16x2 4 Cloar Plain Whlto Oak $170. OO
13-16x2 No. 1 Common Oak f UO.OO
3-8x2 Clear Quartered Whlto Oak .'.....1175,00
3-8x2 Clear Plain Whlto Oak , 1120,00
Wo havo this stock stored In dust and molaturo proof bins-1
1 ready for immodlato delivery.
Wo invito your Inspection. , 1
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO
PHONE 107
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