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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, MAT 38, 1M1
The Office Cat
Her Boy Conies Home-
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"Whore urn you going, my prutty
"I'm going n-mllklng, Hlr," nho said,
'May I ko with you, my prolty mnltl?"
"No, sir! Wo'ro not Introduced I" she
"Hoy, kid, whom aro you blowing to
day?" "To diuico you booh don't you got
"Mny I hang on whllu you torpsl
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Prlvato Irvlno A Halm of Now York, vetir&n of the 17th Division .nm h-.-.. .u. ,..
said Count and Btato, onco a wook
for G flUCCCftlllvn wnnlll. thn flrol mil..
Ilcatlon bolng mado Mny 14, 1821,
mm mo mm puoiication Juno 25,
1021, by order of tho Honorable Rob
ert II. IJunnell. Jnlv nr iim rvmiv
Court of tho Btato of Oregon for tho
wuuniy or Kiamatn, mado, ontored
1021 ' 0" lh 13lh dnjr of Mnr'
i. II. CARNAHAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICH TO THK I'UHMO
Hotall store In tho city will clooo
all day Monday, Decoration Day, ami
flll ftflmr ntnjAM nf lm.ii....
quoatod to obsorvo tho day by closing
...... uumnjiBi nii many nours ns
possiblo and not lnlerforo with tho
necessary traninctlon of business.
MERCHANTS BUREAU OF
Hy T. Ii. Stanley, Socrotary.
If you want fresh vegetables
and frnlt, come to the
PALACE FRUIT CO.
Whoro you can taro money
0:00 to 0:80 every dny.
10)00 to 0:00 I. M. Bunday.
When you consider tho frequency
of the phraso, "Hcnntn Takes BtepH,"
In newspaper headlines, don't you
wonder why It never seems to get
It mny hnro been a typographlenl
error or It may not. Hut anyhow n
Klnuinth Falls grocer recently an
nouncud to his patrons that "I 'will
savo you tnonny." Still It's nlco to
know that Micro's somebody who can
Captnln Blomons soys that wo ran
quote him as snyln' that nny man,
young or old, who hasn't n amllo for
a pretty girl Is 90 por cent dead.
For Itvitil llcmli
To prodtico hair on n bald head,
soak tho head In salt wator until the
hair gets dry, and when It comos out
ui'JiJHr: JAPAMOHi: ariZUXHIIII' For a docrco of tho nbovo entitled
HANTA HOBA, May 28. Stren- col,'t forover dissolving tho bonds of
uous opposition to any system of n",rln"r now existing botwocn tho
Klvlnr thn j.n,n.n - i.nnt.i-. Plaintiff and dofondant upon tho
giving tho Japancoo citizenship Br0unds of wilful desertion by do
tnrough aorvlco In tho American fendant of plaintiff for moro than
army tvus scheduled to ho volcod ono year Immodlntoly previous to tho
at tho sosslon of tho district attor-' commencement of this suit against
ney's convention hero today by .i"'!1. ?i ."".""J ??l?'it-ho u.Lh.'.8
Jllrtn W. W. MIJ.II t, VI..II. '"" "'"" '."" U.,"U,""U" l,l:Ul
MlOUIccorr of VIsalla. , mnnt Inflicted bv thn dnfondnnl unon' E
tho plaintiff rcndorlnx his llfo bur-'
This summons Is served upon you.
and without her consont; because de
fendant hns failed, neglected and re
fused nnd does now refuso to support
this plaintiff, his wife.
This summons Is sorvocr upon you,
tho said defendant, by tho publican
tlon thereof In the livening Herald, a
dally newspaper, published In Klam
ath Falls, Klamath County, Stato of
Of son, and of general circulation In
Herald classified ads pay you.
annually upon tho 1st day of July
and tho 1st day of Jnnunrr of each
year until tho maturity of said bonds.
for n drink grab It nnd tin It In lhi"i -riPfni. .i " '"' rc'''ci, ,,y
. ...;... .u .. u. thn Ilonrd of Directors of snld Irrga-
knot Contributed by Chas. F. Stone ' .-n District, and should bo directed
.NOTICi: OF HAI.i: OF IIIKKJATION (ho said defendant, by tho publlca-
DIHTItHT IIONDH ' tlon rcof In tho Kvuiilng Horald,
K'nTirf iu iilmilmiv .,.,... , . n ,,a" newspapor, published In
.ii n..n..'i.hllKm P':N T'mi Klamath Fnlls, Oregon, and of genor-
unt ifihS sTh? , nT'lL 1ja m00,1; nI elreulollon In Klamath County. Or-
tVhihf.ltV"y."LJ,Uvn? A.,U l?81 pRn' 0"" tt week for six successive
at inn nour Of Z o Clock In thn nftor- . i,. ... i . ... ...... l..
noon for tho purchase of Fifteen ! mdo May 14 lo'F and tho last
.Thousand Dollars' worth of bond, of , UubHcatlSn June 19 "l bv order
tho Enterprise Irrigation District of S? .i llll?h.. P";,19-.1.' Vy..?I??.r
aVrttetriho8." oV tho" County' CourV of' Klam':
Per cr'0n3nr1,;rnl.nIt)a,.ronl0.em.C. . ',', ln,, !! "J?"-
.. uia sxasu UllVUIb XUMt- VIS
May 13th, 1921
V. O. Ktnlth nnd J. I. Heard.
Ilt-ro'H Offk-o Diplomacy, Olrls
. "Tho "dear thing" entered tho of
fice smilingly and stated that she
was n .stenographer, and canio In re
ply to his nd. Tho boas surveyed her
with Intorost. 8ho was very nlco to
look uponwould make a splendid
stenog. Tho boss rubbed his bald
head nnd Inquired:
"Who was your last employer?" It
was tho customary Interrogation,
"How long wero you In their em
ploy!" "A very short llmo."
"l!h, Did you r nultl"
"I wus fired."
Tho boss frowned.
"till, huh, may I enquire why!"
"Welt, you sco, Mrs, Smith was al
ways bobbing Into, tho office"
"And ono dny "
"And say, what snlary goes with
"Well, business Is not very"
"As wns saying, ono day Mis.
Bmlth camo rushing In and "
"Caught mo kissing my omployor.
"I would not accept n. position at loss
than 1 10 a wook."
"A moro trltlo, Miss, a moro trlflo.
You start In tho morning."
to tho Secretary of tho Kntorprlso Ir
r'gntlon District, earn of Fred. I).
Flntchpr, I.oomls llulldlng. Klumnth
Tho Hoard of Directors rcsnrvo tho
right to reject nny or nil bids offer
ed. 0. J. IMbYAItl).
Bocrotary of tho Hoard of Di
rectors of Kutorprlso Irriga
tion District. M19-J20
IN THK CIHCUIT fOUIlT OF Til II
HTATK OF OltKGON FOIt Till:
COUNTY OF KliAMATIt
F. D. Moran, Plaintiff . ) Knulty
vs. ) 1293
I.orotta I-avlna Mornn, ) Siun-
To I.oretla Ijivlna Moran, tho ubovo
In the name of tho Btato of Oregon
You aro hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint filed
ui alnst you In tho nbovo entitled suit
on or bororn tho 24th day of June.
1921, that bolng tho last day of tho
tlmo prescribed In tho ordor of pub
lication of summons heroin, nnd If
you fnll so to nppcnr, plead, nnswer,
demur or otherwlso movo within Hint
tlmo, for wnnt thereof plaintiff will
apply to tho Court for the rollof pray
ed for la his complaint as follows,
J. H. CAIINAHAN.
ix tiii: rmcuiT couitT of tiii:
KTATi: OF OHKCOX FOIt THK
COUNTY OF KLAMATH
Margaret I.uclllo Freeman. )
vs. )No. 1298
Ouy N. Freeman, )8um-
To (luy N. Freeman, tho nbovo named
IN THK NAMB OF THK STATK OF
Mr. Merchant, Farmer, Wool
grower and ethers:
Wo storo everything stor
ablo. Our rates aro right; our
sorvlco tho samo.
Drop in nnd seo us and let
us tako enro of your storage
Yours for Storing,
Otli nnd IlaUuny Spur
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchen hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
are cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
stoves. The expense is surprising'
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
'Let us be your servant"
You nro horohy required to appear
and nnswer tho complaint filed
against you In tho nbovo entitled
suit on or beforo tho 2Sth day of
Juno, 1921, thatvbclng tho last day,
of tho tlmo prescribed In tho order
for publication of summons heroin,
nnd If you fall so to appear, plead, '
answer, demur or otherwlso movo
within tlint tlmo, for want thereof,
plaintiff will npply to tho above en- i
titled Court for tho rollof prayed for ;
In her complaint as follewti: I
For n decrco of tho abovo entltlod
Court forever dissolving tho bonds
of matrimony new nnd horotoforo os
Istlng between plaintiff nnd dofend- '
nnt, upon tho grounds of wilful de
sertion hy defondant of plaintiff for
moro thnn ono year Immediately pre
vious to tho commencement of this '
suit, ngalnst tho will nf thn plaintiff
All prices on ivood aro
Prices aro away down, buy
Oreen Blab, Cord $3.50
Dlock-Wood Dbl. Load .. 8.00
Dry Slab 4ft. yd . 3.00
Dry Slab 1G In. yd 4.00
Dry Slab 16 In. Dold ....6.00
Buy Now, Terms, Cash
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
Bummer suits nro to bo fuller this
year. WnllotH nftor thoy havo boon
purchased will bo far otherwlso.
An for us, our summer suit will bo
worn thinner thinner oven than It
wns when v,Q Interned It In camphor
last fall. '
Motorists whoso vlslblo supply 'of
gas Is low nro huroby notified that
Mr. Ilockofollor him placed himself
under tho earn of a specialist.
NOTICH FOK 1'UniJCATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Otflco at I.akovlow, Ore.,
May 18, 1921
Not Coal Lund
NOTICE Is horoby glvon that Or
vlllo F. allele, of Mnlln, Orogon, who,
on April 26th, 1917, mndo Homostcnd
Entry, No. 010109, for Lots 15-16
(Farm Unit "E"), Section 17. Town
ship 41 S, Range 12 B, Wlllamotto
Meridian,, has fllod notice of lnton
tlon to mnko final throe-yoar Proof.
to ostabllsh claim to tho land abovo
described, beforo 0. R, DoLap, Clerk
of tho County Court, at Klamath
Falls, Oregon, on tho 28th day of
Claimant namos as wltnesses:
J. A. McComb, L. M. Hatoh, O. W.
Oraoo, Rudolph Kllmu, all of Mnlln,
Notlco wll bo published for five
ronsocutlvo weoks lu tho Klamath
JAS. F. nUROESS,
1 " ' Register.
M 21-28 J4-11-18
AH.. lyeccotte. to oup-asus opnie(?ii.
lAmf. Yft ABOUT THE SAM'S AS YtSSTc-.R-TJAf
And Ttt5 liy "Bstsoree ivhcsm You tvirecs im
To BoTHeR US II TVSMaaH S73.3 m
Tj-rt tvacs rti-prujs priori Too much
"WOOD TO HURN"
O. Peyton & Co.
O. PEYTON W. PKYTON
419 Mala Phono BIB
POPULAR SPACIOUS LODDY
At the Center of
Stage leaves The' Smoke daily
at 2 p. m,. and the Central Hotel a
few minutes later. We use a large,
easy riding, comfortable automo
bile, in thorough repair.
Stage leaves Kirk at 8 a. m.
daily. Tickets $3 each way; round
trip $5.50. Phone your reservations.
Central Hotel 155-W,
The Smoke 175
nROADWAY at STARK ST.
Wo suggest yov wrlto, phono
or wlro for reservations
Arthur H, Meyers, Manager
1 CIGAR STANl? 1
all kinds of tobacco
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. .' ' '
E The e
N CENTRAL N
f HOTEL a
L GUY GARRETT, Mgr. L
ja Steam Heated m
G 'Transient $1.00, up n
Weekly $5.00, up u
y- i r v. J
. .' . all the ktett new$ . !