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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1921)
TUK81UV, AUOUHT JIO, 101M.
Twenty-five Years Ago In Linkvillc
of September, A. 1). 1021, tfml bulng
(ho tlato of tlm Inst publlcittlon of
tho Summons In this stilt, mid tho
lust day within which ymi mo ro
qiilrod to answer an fixed by tho ord
er of publication of this Uiiinmiiiui.
It you fall to npponr nnd nimnor,
thu plnlutirt uill npply to tlit) Court
for tho mllof domnudod In said com
plaint, said milt la hi ought to iIIh
nolvo tho .partnership hcrctoforo ex
isting hotwenn yourself nnd tho
plaintiff under tho tiHsumdil nnnm of
"Doer Head (trill" nnd for an ac
counting between yoursnir utul the
plaintiff In regard to the tMiicuctlonti.
Iwonn plaintiff njul ilofemliuit, nc
uordltm to their InlurealH. That n Uti-rolvm-
ho npiuiliilod and Mich other
mid furtliitr mllof as may ho Juat.
Thin HiinimoiiN In piiIiIIhIkmI III tho
iCvenliut Herald a weekly newspaper,
pilntuil, publUbud and rlrciilntiid
dully ut Kliimnth Talln In Klamath
County, Oregon, Id tho order of tho
lliiiiorubhi 1). V. Kuykoiulall, Judgo
of Iho Circuit Court of llm nnld Kin
liintli County, State of Oregon, dntud
Inly 20th, 1 0 1! 1 . tho first publication
tn bo nindo on tho Siltli day of July
FOR SAl.K Household furnlturo,
Inquire, 535 Uphnm. 29-30
22 PHONK tho Singer otflco when you
. ..-.... . i wnnt to rent or buy a machine.
1 1918-Hulck Four. guaranteed! .7-30
first clans condition. Heal bargain.)
11317 Hudson Super Six, n reatn00M ANn BOARD 10 per weok.
bargain and guaranteed first class 305 Pine St., phono 3GS. 27-30
condition. Terms. - -
11020 Sovon pajsonRor Chandler. I K0U sALK Piano. llarBaln. Wrlto
Llko new. A real bargain with terms, j ),clty aajllMl Eas0 nidge. 20-30
Innulru of J. C WHIQHT OKI. .
r.i2i mid tho last publication thorn
f on tho Cth day of (Inptnmbor, JU21.
II. M. MANNINtl,
Atty. for Plaintiff,
lliinlnoss mid I'. O. address, 409
proporly, annuls, mid itfluiln of said
co-partnership, Including nil nitmnyn
rocolved nnd paid out, that tho prop
erty or tlto firm bo nohl, nil debts
.Mniu hi. Klaiuntli IMlls, Oro,
paid, and tho Mirplus tin dlvldod bo-1 3(l-2-lMC23-30-il
I1UIOIC SALKS A?" M""'1 " KOK SALU Bicycle, call 117 Kldo
7TII. AND KLAMATH AVK. rado Ave. 20-31 !
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
W& " YOU SMD 1 XbP, ClSAY cb
- WOUlPBAKg J mY" ' DlDNTBAKC
1 BISCUITS TtWl . --. m, I Jw big LOAVlin
Auction prices. Goods must bo
Fold. See Dick, Cth and Klamath
Will wuc you l-:i mi nil your train
fcrrlns. Why pay nunvV Phone
ltlVB A LOOK.
1 ton truck, good nnd cheap. Sea
Ulck, Cth and Klnmalh arc Other
cars. You will save to hurry. 29-31
WANTED An experienced woman
to cook on n ranch. Kasy work
nndn good home, Inqulro llaldwln
roil RENT Two room cabin fur
nished for housekeeping. 2115 6th
St., .Mills Addition. 29-30
Tho Turned Appnrtments, 812 Oak
strcet: Two furnished rooms, wood,
water, light included, $25.00, Slngla
FOR SALE Itcmlngton Typewriter,
Now, Bargain, lu I.oomls mug.
FOR TltADE 1 only 1915 Model
Hulck with delivery body, will , FOR SALK 1920 Dodge touring car.
WINTER SEWING Do It now. ltcnt
n machine. Inqulro Singer office.
20S Main. Special prices on Used
machines. Repairing, cleaning, hem
stitching dono. 27-6
FOR SALE Ono Adrlanco. binder In
good condition, worked ony two
wcoks. Come an dsce. Jack Chec-
chov, I'. O. nox C7. 20-31
with 5 ton trucks.
p.v "rrsxrjv; .
SAMAKTHA BLAIMtT HAD HER OWN WAY Or.GnTTNG
EVEN WITH TtlG MAN WHO MCRUPRESPKIKD A COOK
STOrfg SKC BOUGHT . 'tTO(S..
HUCKLEBERRIES FOR SALE
Lcavo orders at Central Hotel.
bill. A fight Is being nindo for l-rosncd corn hoof Is inoru nubs
free Initio ou lumber. Senator Mc- tantlal thnq pressor TloUcs.
Nnry Is In favor ot tno Koruney,'i
prevision which grants Canada frco
trado In lumber If sho grnnta slui-
liar ncceuo to her murkets.
i:it. No. lilOH
'I.V TIIK ClltCUlT tHIUHT UV Till!
STATU OV OllKGON 1'OH nil:
COUNTV OF KIi.MATH
Ocorgo Tollman, l'lalntlff, vs. Ray
trado for secondhand household
goods. Perkins Furnlturo House.
FOR SAU3 Ford Touring car. First
class condition. W. II. Mct'hcrron,
201 Winters Dldg. 29-31"
FOR SALE Uttlo Idaho Combined
Harvester and Thresher In good
condition, New drnpors. Nov In uso
Can deliver next Monday. Would tako
cattle Jn exchange. W. 11. McPherren,
201 Winters Bldg. 29-31
Now rubber, first class mechanical
condition. Inqulro Houston & I'holps.
' PORTLAND. Aug. 30. Cattle V.'lldoy. Dofcndant
steady: hogs CO centH hlgiior, prime! . TO RAY WILDEY,
FOR SALE 260-3000 Savage. Now,
Uargaln. lC'Loomls Bldg. 25-31
steady: 'wheat $l.0S to $1.13; but- penr nnd answer tho complaint filed
iu. rix... i m-nlnnf mil In flin nlinvn nnllllm milt
.., jon or heforo Tuesday, tho Gth day'
t 110.10 mid ll -hp le.dr.j-JJS-.Sli. of lh0 ,., ot
of the mountain lambs $7; egg jon ,ou aro hcroby ,.croj t
Prices on blockwood aro low nt preiiunt but will nilvmiro lis fall
weather cuiiich. Our slock of hlockwouil Is not largo but tvo aro
filling orders promptly with
Iluy nnwl for fall weather moans higher prices,
" GREEN SLAB-WOOD
Pbniio In ycur order for tun cords of gri-en ulnh at 135.00 for u
H'ar'a supply of wood- tli cheapest wood available.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD 'lO IUIUN"
119 Main St.
FOR RENT 3 room modorn house,
Reasonable. Klamath and Pnyno.
WANTED Sanitary courh or bed
couch ot any kind, In good condi
tion, and chllds bed, whlto enamel
preferred- Dox H. Herald office
Tho latest Ufi::llehsocloiy woman
to act for tho films Is the Hon.. Elen-
PAIXTS, OILS AND VAIlMSII.'nor Smith, a daughter -of Viscount
W.i:.ANnj!:.'p!mnRSON "'rnhead. the Lord Chancellor.
Phone 19C-W. 127 N. 4th St
CITV GARRARD When yon vriuit
garbago removed, mil inp.U.1.
NURSERY STOCK For Fall doll
very order now. The Salem Nur
sery Co., offers a splendid line of
trees, shrubs and vines for fruit,
shndo and ornamental purpose,.
Orders taken by W. S. Slough, Agt.
131 Washington St., Phono 404.
WAS CRATER LAKE
DISPUTE WAXES HOT
ONCE OIL WELL?
When a layman attempts to place
a scientific construction upon njt
ural phencmena, cspcclnlly when
dealing vrlth" fragmentary evidence
from long past ages, ho Inevitably
falls into pitfalls, through u nat
ural tendency to push
theory, says J. I,
aboriginal Inhabitants ot this reg
ion recognized In tho mountain, tho
decapitated structure of which now
holds Crater lake, a formation that
they believed was an oil dome.
Quito naturally, even as Cap Sie
mens, Rob Robertson, Doc Johnscn
uml other modern Investigators.
unsubstantl Aid they started digging. Drills and
Beard, assistant .casings -were unknown In these days
Ore jon', Ili;!:;r i.llkt'.n of
I'jfhi Sbclt; Sevinly Utpirtracnlt
FALL TEKM OPENS SIXT.'H, I'Ml
rf kljmi'ii f i lo ih Xrtiilnr
Oregon Agricultural Collcce
cashier ot tho First National hank, nnd after they had penotrated to
and this tendency has enmeshed (unknown depth they struck an cnor
Harney Chambers In a network of.mous flcw of water that they wore
error. v j unable to check so they abandoned
Chambers Is undoubtedly wrong i tho hole.
In ascribing the creation cf Crater
lake to a pehistorlc man, a portion
ot whose verterbrao and a lono
now claims to
In his store,
"The moat superficial Investiga
tion shows tho absurdity of the
claim that somo gigantic troglo
dyte dug Crater lako," says the fi
nancial savant. "As a matter of
fact all evidence establishes that tho
Barney Chambers sayH Beard's
Ideas are hesh. Ho sticks tenac
iously to tho theory that tho petri
fied romalns are part of tho okel-
asserts J ton of prehistoric Billy Puget. who
dug Puget Sound and then started'
southward seeking new fields for his
engineering enterprise but perished I
from unknown causes after oxcavat
Ing tho Lower and Uppor Klamath!
lakes and making a start on Cra
l ML .
,v "It1 y
Continues to Grow
In tho rail trado was 3097 cars
Local business totaled 4,698,511
In tho cargo trade, domestic or-
For tho week ending August ders totaled 8.940,234 feet; export
20th 10S mills In western Oregon
and western Washington report pro
duction at 00,647,335 feet, which
Is twenty-one per cent below nor
mal. Now business totaled 61,167.
245 feet. Shipments totaled 65,779,
' For delivery by rail, new busi
ness Included 1468 cars; rail ship
ments 1302 cars. Unshipped balance
3,488,500 feet. Coastwlso and Intor-
coastal cargo shipments totaled 16,
672,569 feet; export shipments 6,'
FAVORS FOKD.NKY HILL
WASHINOTON, AUQ. 30. Sena-
tor McNary appeared before the
senate finance committee Saturday
In, support of the Fordnev tariff
Hfk7k""V3bi. . fli mty ,i
POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
BROADWAY at STAnK 8T.
Wo suggest yo write, phono
or wire for reservations
Arthur II. Meyers, Manager
you've Stmck it Right
when you Light a CAMEL
Your taste will tell you that! For Camels
have the flavor and fragrance of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly blended. They're smooth and mellow
mild. And there's NO CIGARETTY AFTER
TASTE. We put the utmost quality into this one brand.
Camels are as good as it's possible for skill, money
and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a
That's why Camels are THE QUALITY
JL J. UTIOLOl TUm Ca,
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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