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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUKHDAV, AVOVtVt 2, 1MI..
Till) fllllllH III till) NOrlON of KllK
Itimilii iimlrlKm which linvn betm (uk
liiK plant .wookty worn plnyoit yoslor
day ut 41.10 p. in, hutwuuu V. H.
Wlloy mill (,'hnrli'ii Hull. Not (inly
did tlm Klk lutirnlH full In Unit hut
o wull hiilnuriiil, limit (j tonnlH
ruchiit wuh itlnn proiMiiiti'il lilm ut thn
('ItlHIl of till) iniiicli.
In nil llin gaums pluyuil UiIh set
s ium, Mr. Wlloy Iiiih iiliiyml u stonily
I'liimlHtiiiit gumu mill 1 1 mi won many
miiIii liy outpointing IiIm opponents on
"hack court nliotn" hut yi-storday, It
mociimmI that In no wny could ho
hand In nlllicr thn swift suru nor
lull hull roturiiml liy Champion Hull.
W, II. Marshall un umpire.
Tim until wurn won liy llnll, 0 to
II, r, to J unit ( to lovn, thn two sots
ix'liciluh'il In chbii (if u tin hclim
fouml not iiiTrninnry, An norm as thn
nuts witrn played mill thn victor con
gralulotiil, Hull look u lurgo uota
hook (rum hi pock ii I, srnnlicnt thn
Hit mul thn nipnrtur hoard Hull nay
over thn tuh'phonn utiil In person
to Krcil linker, C. A. May
il'jn, W. C Van Union, llurgo W. Ma
non, Wilson Wiley, mul tlniplrn
Murshitll. "Hollo hoys will you nil
meet inn thli evening nl fi o'clock
ut tho Whllo I'ollniii hotnl at - lit
tli) illnniir which I am giving to nil my
p.ul npponi'iitii In thin tournmuont
You nro iiprrt(il, mul If nny of you
full to ihow when I nu'ut you In nn
olhiir net, I'll tilnuRhtur you." Kvory
man wan thoru.
An nxriilliuit illnncr wan thn lot of
the vuiiiiuIhIiimI mul an (until" was thn
themo of thn moal It wbn dicldod to
hold nnolhiT sorlos of garni' to bo
Kin August t,
Th.i sllviir loving cup handicap
li'ltnls tourniiuii'nt iwhoduloit to start
August C will consist of two divi
sions of i'IkIiI plnyum each. (Iroup
mm will ho composed of linker, Wi
ley, Hooper. Moody, Hlevorinou, Van
Union, Jefferson uiiil Kpporron (Iroup
two will Inrltido Marshall, Knilnm,
Mason, N'imiI, Hull, llaydun, Milleo
mul Van Itlper
Kllmlnatlon sets will bo plai'il In
inch Kroup and tho wlnniirn matrho.l
on August 9 for tho championship,
the winded to receive, n itllvcr loving
cup. Tho first group will ho p.-lrod
off, Jlnkrr v Wllny, llonpnr vii
Moody, Hleimnon vk Van Kmon, Ji-f
feriion v Kpieri)ii.
.fSrnup two will ho M urn In 1 1 vh Un
der. Miikoii ts .Voola Unit vi lluydcn
mul' Mcfleo vh Van lllixir.
Thn plnur carry tho following
handicap, Maker 1C plus, Wlloy 15
mlnuK, Hooper iicratch, Moody IC
plun, Htovcnson, 16 plus, Van Union
l.'i minus, Jefferson IC plun Kpprr
on scratch, Mumlinll IS plus, Un
dent rcratch, Mason scratch, Noel
1.1 plui), Hall 30 minus, Haydon 1.'.
plus, Mrfioo srutrh mul Van .'t''ior
iitniuu fnriilnliod from tho city plant,
Ik cnmpliitnly equipped with uloctrl
rnl upptluncos mul nltogothor Is ntio
of thn hnndnoniosl and most modurn
homos In tho city.
NO I'HIIAHANT IMIIIK TO
llll l'JACi:i I'llltMITH I.ACKINU
llocausu of non-nrrlviil of jiormltii
for tho knopliiR of phousunt pairs,
V. Wi. MrNi'iily today announced
that (tin plan to place palm or tho
birds with porsons who linvo nppllvil
for thorn Iiiim leon postponed. Tho
phoasantn that arrived Haturdny woro
alt llliorated hut Mr MrNuotly says
tlint nrraiiRummitH uru unilorwny to
Kt luoro for thn hack yard Kmnn
funim mid hn hopun to Kut oldor
hlrdn next time,
A clannlflod ha wilt noil It.
A(li:i MAN lKAI
fTh) body of Levy W. Carr, 85,
on Inmate of tho county hopltnl
Hlnrn July 24, 1920, wan hurled In
tho county comotory plot today, Tho
nKOd mnn nuccumhod Sunday oven
' Iii'ic to n nuilden attack of honrt
fnlluro. Ho wan taken nick n year
fiKO whllo travolliiK throURh tho conn
ty with hln noil, and hclng without
money, wont to tho county hoipl
tal, Tho ton, Harry, In nald to re
nldo In Hallnan, Callfarnln,
IN NKW HOMi:
Or. anil Mm. T. C. Campholl huvo
f moved from tho White Pelican liotol
Into tholr now homo nt 425 Pine
Mrcet, Tho ronldonrn In honied with
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Tako Aspirin only as told in onch
packago of gonulno Ilnyor Tahlotn of
Aspirin. Thon you will bo followlne
thoNllrcctJons and dosago worked out
by phynlcluim during; 21 years, lind
proved snfo by millions. Tuko no
chunros with substitutes. If you soo
tho, Ilayor Cross on tablets, you can
tuko thorn without foar for Colds,
Headache,, Neuralgia, Hhoumntlam,
ICuracho, Toothacho, Lumbago and
for I'aln, lljnndy tin boxes of twelvo
tnblotB cost fow conta. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the
trade mark of Ilayor Munufncturo
of-MonoacoUcacldestor of Sallcyllc
nclil, " ''
Corns Lift Off
Drop a llltlo "Krocinno" on nn
aching orn, Instantly that corn ntopn
hurting, then nhortly you lift It right
off with tlngorn. It doeiin't hurt a
Vour ilruKglnl Nilln a tiny hot tie of
"Krooiono" for n fow cents nufflclont
to romovo every hard corn, noft corn,
or corn botwoon the tnnn, and tho cut
lunon, without n particle of pain.
Innl day within which you aro ro
il ill red to minwor an flxod hy tho ord
er of publication of thin Uummonn.
If you full to appear and aanwor,
tho plaintiff will npply to tho Court
for tho inllef demanded In said com
plaint, Hald milt In brought to din
nolvo tho pnrtnurnhlp heretofore ex
Intlng hntwuon yournolf and tho
plaintiff under tho assumed namo of
"Door lload Orlll" nnd for nn nc
counting hctiwncn yournolf nnd tho
plaintiff In regard lo tho transactions,
property, nnnoln, nnd effects of said
co-pnrlnornhlp, Including all moneys
received nnd paid out, that tho prop
orty of tho firm ho nold, all ilohtn
paid, nnd thn ntirplus ho divided be
tween plaintiff and defendant, ac
cording to their Intnrentn. Thnt n Itc
rolvcr ho appointed and niicli other
mid further relief nn may bo junt.
Thin Huinmonn In puhllnhod In the
Kvonlng llornld u weekly new-paper,
printed, piibllxhod mid circulated
dnlly nt Klnmnth I'nlln In Klamnth
County, Oregon, by tho ordor of tho
Honorable D, V, Kuyknndall, Judgo
or tun Circuit court of tho nald Kla
math County, Htnto of Oregon, dntod
July 2Cth, 11)21, the flrnt nubllcntlon
to bo mudu on thn SCtli dny of July
1921 nnd thn last publication thoro
of on tho Cth day or Keptembor, 1921,
II. M. MANNING.
Atty. for Plaintiff,
tlunlncnn nnd P O, nddrcsn, 409
Main St. Klamath fulls, Ore.
NOTICK TO (XKNTHACTOItH
Contractors may receive tho plans
for tho Hhlpplugton school from thn
designer, C N Coosoboom, SIC Jcf
fornon HI nn August 8th n deposit
of flO.OO will hn required for each
net of plans,
l.C SCHOOL DIST. NO 1
Thorn will bn n regular convoca
tion of thn Klnmnth Chnptor No.
3C, Tuendny August 2, 1921 at 7 30
p. in. nt Mnnonlr Hall. Visiting com
panions welcome, liy ordor K. II. P.
1-2 J K. IIIIATTON. Secy.
Bcliool district No. 8 Keno, Ore
gnu will receive ncnleil bids up to
Monday, August 8th, from contrac
tor for thn orectlon of nn addition to
Keno school No, 8, tho building to
hn completed by September 12th. Alt
bids must bo nccompnnlod hy cither
a certified check for 6 9c of tho
amount of thn bid or a bidders bond
for r, of tho amount of tho hid.
ror pnrtlcutam apply to Charlcn
Snnwgooie, chairman of tho board of
"MilS. CirAHLHS SNOWOOOSK.
Clork Dlst. No. 8, Keno.
Notick or ii i.i. (i PirriTio.v to
vacati: a KTitKirr
To whom It May Cencern:
Nottro It horoby given thnt tho
undomtKned will, nt a regular meet
ing or thn county court or
tho County of Klamath, Stato
of Oregon, to he held on tho 4th
Saturday of August. 1921, towlt on
tho 28th day or August 1921, pre
sent their petition to said county
court praying for tho vacation of
that portion of nekey Streot lying
botttcm Illocks 3 nnd 4 of Klamnth
I.akn Addition to tho City of Kin
math Falls, Oregon, also tho alleys
running through nnld blocks 3 nnd 4
of nald addition, an said portion of
Ilokoy Street Is shown by tho official
plat of nald addition -o Klamath
Kails now on rilo In tho public
records or Klamnth County, Oregon,
Dated August 1, 1921, Klamath
School District No. 1, Klamath
Hy P. I. FOUNTAIN, Chairman,
Hy IDA II. MOMYHIl, Clork.
1 8 IC 22. Petitioner.
KCll.MITTKD TO Till! VOKHH 11V
llt. No. lilOH
IN TUB CIRCUIT COUHT OF Till!
STATU OF OHKUON FOH TUB
OOUNTV OF KLAMATH
(loorge Tallman, Plaintiff, vs. Hay
TO HAY WILDKY, Dolondant
In tho namo or tho Stato of Oro
gon, you aro horoby required to ap
pear and nnswor tho complaint fllod
against you In tho abovo entitled suit
on or .beforo Tuesday, tho Cth day
of Soptombor, A. D. 1921, that bolng
tli ilsto or tho last publication of
tho Summons in this suit, and tho
To amend tho character of tho City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, entitled
"A bill proposed by Inltlatlvo peti
tion for nn net to Inact, provldo and
adopt n charter ror tho City or Kla
math Kails, Klamath County, Oro
gon, to ho'submlttod to tho legal vo
ters or tho City or Klamnth Falls,
Klamath County, Orogon, ror their
approval or rejection at a ipoclal
olectlon to bo hold In said city on the
10th day or March, 1913" submitted
to and approved y tho legal voters
or said city on tho 10th day or March,
1913, an subsequently amended by
tho legal votors or said rlty nt tho
special olectlon held therein on tho
14th day or November, 1910. nnd to
amend nit other amendments thereto.
UK IT KNACTKD HY TII.'J PEO
PLB OF TIIK CITY OF KLAMATH
FALLS that tho charter of tho City
or Klamath Falls, samo being an net
entitled "A bill proposed by 'Inltla
tlvo petition lor an act to Inact, pro
vldo nnd ndopt a charter ror tho City
or Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
Oregon, to bo submitted to tho legal
rotors or tho City or Klamath Falls,
Klamath County, Orogon, ror tholr
approval! or rejection nt n special
election to ho held In said city on tho
10th day or March, 1913," aubltted
to and approved by tho legal voters
of said city on tho 10th day of March,
1913, nn subsequently amended by
tho legal voters ot said city at the
special election hold cborcln on tho
14th day of November, 1916, nnd all
other amendments thoroto, bo nnd
tho samo hereby Is amended by add
ing thereto Section 309 to rca-J tis
SUCTION 309. (a) For tho ur-
poso or providing funds for soworngo
purposes tho council of tho City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, is hereby
authorized and empowered to Issue
nnd dispose of general obligation
sower bonds of said city In tho sum
or $00,000 In denominations or $1000
or $500 each, duly signed by tho
Mayor nnd countersigned by tho Po
lice Judgo under tho corporato seal
of tho city, having semi-annual In
terest coupons thereto attached
boarlng tho engraved fac-slmllo sig
natures or tho Mnyor and Pollco
Judgo, whereby tho city shnll bo
held In nubstnnco nnd effect to tin
dcrtnko nnd. promlso to pay tho
bearer of each or said bonds at ma
turity thereof tho sum thoreln
nntned In gold coin of tho United
States or tho present standard or
valuo with Interest tborcon In Ilko
gold coin at tho rata or not to ex
ceed six por cent (C) nor annum,
pnynblo somt-nnnuntly, said bonds to
bo known as City ot Klamath Falls
Sowor Uonds, said bonds to bo dated
August 1, 1921, nnd to mnturo In
not to oxceod fifteen years from dato
or Issue, principal nnd Intorcst to
bo pnynblo nt tho Fiscal Agoney of
tho Stato ol Orogon in Now York
(b) Tho debt limitations contain
oil In tho charter or said city shall
not apply to tho bonds horoby authorized.
(c) Tho council shall each year at
tho tlmo or mnklug tho annual tax
levy ror city purposes Includo In such
levy n sum sufficient to pay interest
duo on tho outstanding bonds ot this
issuo, nnd shall In addition thoroto
lovy an additional amount sufficient
Don't bo dccolved on a doublo load ot
Our wagons hold 192 cubic foot or 1W cords, Monsuro tho
load and bo suro. Wo guarantoo 1 cords. Measure our wagons,
lluy of nu established firm und bo euro. Our cheaper wood is
"Tho Poor Man's Wood"
10 cords for $35.00.
A year's supply for twp stoves. '
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO DUKN"
419 Main St.
to pay said bonds at tholr dato or
dates of mnturity.
HKBOLVKI) FUHTHBIt that thin
resolution for proposed charter
amendmenlfl submitted to tho voters
by tho council bo fllod with tho Po
llen Judgo or tho City of Klamath
Falls for submission to tho legal vot
ors of nald city, for tholr rojoctlon or
npprovnl to bo voted upon at a spe
cial election to bo hold as heroin pro
Itosotvod further that tho council
doom It ndvlsablo and docs horoby
and boroln call nnd mnko nocossnry
provision lor tho holding or a npo
clnl olectlon which shall bo nnd horo
by Is cnllnd to bo held on tho 12th
dny or August, 1921, between tho
legal voting hours on snld dato, nnd
thnt said tlmo bo nnd tho samo
hereby Is designated as tho tlmo ror
holding snld special olectlon. and tho
following polling places In said city
nro hereby doslgnatod an tho polling
plnccn therefor, to-wlt:
r irni wnrci urownn carpentor
niiop, cor. Main nnd Center.
Second Ward City Hall.
Third Ward Ilueslng'H noal Es
Fourth Ward Mills Addition
Firth Ward Chan DoLap House,
cor. Upham nnd Worden, and tho
following nntned persons nro hereby
designated and appointed as nnd ror
tho Judges nnd clerks or said eloc
First Wnrd Judges, Mrs. F. E.
Ankeny, It. J. Sheet. Mrs. Harrr
Gallagher; Clorks, Mm. Chan Iiald-
win, Mrs. Jamen McCIurc.
ccnnd Ward Judges. W. 8.
Slough, Fred Huoslng, Mrs. Frank
Ward: Clorks, Mm. A. Krauso,
Mrn. H. B. Wattonburg.
Third Wnrd Judges, Jnmot Lind
say, n. S. Orlgsby, Mm. Nato Otlor
boln: Clerks, Mrs. Percy Evans,
Mrs. W. D. Miller.
Fourth Ward Judges, Mrs. L. A;
Will, Mrs. II. B. Hawkins, Mrs. Chan.
Thomns; Clerks, Mrs. Staub, Mrs. M.
Firth Wnrd Judges, Mrs, EMIo
Onrcclon, Mrs. J. II. Vollmcr. Mrs.
J. W. Tunnell; Clerks, Mrs. Joseph
'ospiseu, Mrs. Geo. Helms.
I)B IT IIBSOLVED that tho ballot
tit lu ror said proposed charter amend
ments shall bo In words and flsrurcs
substantially as follews:
Hl'HMITTKD TO THE VOTKH8 HY
To amend tho charter or tho
City or Klamath Falls, Orogon, samo
being an net submitted to nnd ap
proved by tho voters or said city at a
special election held therein on
March 10, 1913, as subsequently
amended nt tho special election bold
therein on November 14, 1916, and
to amend all other amendments by
adding 8cctlon 309 providing ror an
Issuo or sower bonds in tho sum or
$00,000.00 and ror a tax lovy to pay
principal nnd lutorcst theron.
' 100 Yes
DB IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
tho Police Judgo bo and he Is here
by Instructed to publish tho horeln
abovo proposed charter amendments
submitted to tho votors by tho coun
cil In tho manner provided by law;
that Is to say, by publication ot this
resolution In full for two consecutive
publications within tho flttcon days
immediately procedlng nald special
oloctlon in Tho Evening lloratd samo
being a nowspapor publlshod In tho
City of Klamath Falls anil horoby
designated for said purposo.
Passed by tho council on this, tho
2Cth day ot July, 1921, by tho fol
Yeas: Hogardus, West, McColIum.
Hawkins and Vollmcr.
Submlttod to tho Mayor July SStft,
Approvod by tho Mayor July SBtk,
W. S. Wlloy, r
A. L. Leavltt.
Aug. 2-3 Pollco Judgo-
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