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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1921)
SATURDAY, BEPTHMliKll 8, 1WI1
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Is 1018-Dulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Ileal bargain.
1 1917 Hudson Super Six, a real
bargain and guaranteed first class
1 1920 SoTcn passongcr Chandler.
'Llko now. A real bargain with terms.
Inquire of J. C. WRIOHT OR
BtJICK SALTS AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVK.
FOR RENT Nlcoly furnished front
room, bath and phono. 612 N.
9th street. 30-3
FOR SALE Alrodalo "pups. 311
Cypress Avo., near Klvorstdo
school. Ralph Morrow. 30-C
Twenty-five Years Ago In Linkville
AUCTION SALE Everything must
go, Saturday 1:30 o'clock. Sec
Dlek, 6th and Klamath avo. 1-3
FOR SALE Lot 25X110 on Spring
treet. Railroad Add. Bncrlflco
$780 for quick sale. II. Kindred.
6661 Gtoto St., Oakland, Calif. 1-7
Mary E. Rail
Modern klndorgarton open to all
children of pro-school ago. Contra!
location. Phono U4W, 124 Joffori
son Strcot. 30-3
Tho Turned Appartments, 812 Oak
street: Two furnished rooms, wood,
rater, light Included, $25.00, Blnglo
AUCTION SALE Everything must
go, Saturday 1:30 o'clock. See
Dick, 6th and Klamath avo. 13
FOR RENT 4 room furnished apart
ment. Phone 273J. 1-3
FOR RENT Nicely furnished bed
room In furnaco heated home. Two
blocks from Main. Phone 244. 31-3
TOUNO LADY wishes position doing
clerical work and bookkeeping.
Phone 209W. 2-3
FOR 8ALE Threshing machine belt
150 feet long In good condition.
W. K. Ross, 906 Main St. 2-tf
Colonial one room cabins for
housekeeping. 741 Walnut Ave.
Odb cabin Tacant. 2
FOR TRADE 1 only 191G Modol
Dulck with dollvery body, will
trade for secondhand household
goods. Perkins Furntturo House.
WINTER 8EWIN3 Do It now. Rent
a machine Inqulro Singer office.
208 Main. Special prices on Used
machines. Repairing, cleaning, hem
stitching done. 27-6
VtXim 'WN-Sk 7
CtXf?ietCK IS CONVINCBO HE MADST
A SEROUS MISTAKE WHEN ME.
. ..... ..-... .. r.nti..W M....I
PAINTUV Mi3VY'4r unciiri nnuj
during tho past few months when
FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring car. fuuu'" """" " 7",, """
New rubber, first class mechanical thought to thom their full share
condition. Inquire Houston & Pholps.
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, call 10P.88.
NURSERY STOCK For Fall dell
Tory order now. Tho Balom Nur
sery Co., offer a splendid lino of
trees, shrubs and Tines for fruit,
shado and ornamental purposes.
Orders taken by W. 8. Slough, Agt.
131 Washington St., Phono 464.
FOR RENT 3 room furnished npart-
mont. 634 N. 8th Street, Phono
FOR SALE Ford touring car. Ask
for Dan at Ackley's Mill or 1406
Oregon Avo., after 5 p. m.. Phono
LOST Between Hunt Hospital and
Johnson Avonuo, purso containing
ten dollars or more In currency. Fin
der plcaso return to Mrs. J. II. Co
Tort. 1605 Johnson Avo. 2
Tho Ladles Aid of MerrlU will sell
lorely Children's Dresses at Grand
Central Market tomorrow. 2
BUSINESS TRAINING PAYS-i-Ono
term with us and one year at a
good salary in a business offlco
makes tho best Two-year Course
Winter term begins Sept., 15. Mod
ford Business College, Mcdford, Oro.
of -worries. What It moans to tho
gonoral public may bo realized, in
a measure by tens of millions of
American picture-lows during
AT THE CHURCHES
CHHIHTIAN Cinmcit. corner 0th
and Pine streets, C. F. Trimble, pat
tor, 2107 Wantland At. Phone
No cbangot will be made In this
column unless tho copy Is at The
Eronlng Horald offlco by 5 o'clock
The City Engineer pursuant to
Resolution of the Common Council
heretofore adopted, having on the
1st day of August, 1921, filed plans,
specifications and estimates of the
cost of Improving Oak Avenue from
Sixth Btroet to Spring Street, Wal
nut Avonuo from Blxth Btroet to
Ninth Street, Boventh Stroet from
Klamath Aonuo to Oak Avonuo,
Eighth Strcot from Walnut Avenue to
SACRED HEART ClOTtOU. cor. of
Eighth and High, Rev. Hugh J. Mar-,0.?" AvJ)UAu nd Ninth Street from
shall, Rev. J. V. Molloy.
1st Mass at 6:30
WANTED Placo for boy of 8 yoars
to board whllo attending school.
Address. Box E. H.. Horald. 2
In the motion picture Industry tho
week of September '4-10 is Para
mount Woek, and will bo celebra
ted In no fewer than 7000 motlon'Btage and screen talent. Its writers
picture theatres in the United States. .include mnnv of tho most widow
the exhibitors of motion pictures in
tho country, and they oro served
by 250 salesmen operating from
30 branch offices,
Tho vast studies and laboratories
where this company produces Its
Paramount pictures for tho enter
tainment of Axnorica's millions are
located in Los Angeles, New York
and London. In these centers are
gathered together the 'pick of the
literary and dramatic brains and
genius of tho world. Its directors
are tho leaders In the profession,
Its actors represent the cream of
From Easton, Mo. to San Diego
Cal.; from Seattle to Key West
there Is not a town of importance
that will not Join la this big an-
read authors and most successful
dramatists of the present day. Blr
James M. Barrio, Sir Ollbert Park
er, Edward Knoblock, Robert Hlch-
nual demonstration of tho better' ons. Elinor Olvn. Henrv Arthur
motion pictures. For a solid week, j Jones, .A very Hopwood E. Phillips
'""' muusouas .oi weaires wiu.Oppenhoim, Samuel Merwln, W.
show nothing but Paramount pic
That this huge number of mo
tion picture exhibitors can bo mar
shalled for tho showing of a sin
gle brand of pictures In their thea
tres for seven successive days, to the
Somerset Maugham, Joseph Conrad
and Harvey J. O'HIggins are but a
few of tho celebrities that this
company has brought Into tho movies.
Klamath Avonuo to Oak Avonuo, In
cluding intorosecttons, and tho Coun
cil having taken tho sarao under
mlvlaftniimt nnil flnrilnir ant.l nlfltla.
2nd Mass and Benediction at 9:30. .ifi.tin. nmi ..m,,,.... m ,
No evening services. (satisfactory.
CHRISTIAN; VlENCE society of I HEREUY RESOLVED, that
w. ... r. ..... . . . ? mW Plans, specifications and ostl-
Klamath Falls hold services In the mat0a tor tho mpr0voment of Oak
lowor room of tho Library building, I Avenue from Blxth Btroet to Spring
corner of Third and Main streeU, 'Strcot, Wntnut Avonuo from Blxth to
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock I 'nlh ,g,r71' 8oTC,ntn street from
... I w a . . . Klamnth Avonuu to Oak Avonuo,
and every Wednesday evening at 8 E,Rhth 8treot from Wnlnut Avcnuo
O Clock. In Oak Avrnuo nnd Ninth Htnot f rum
The Sunday school session is from Klamnth Avonuo to Oak Avonuo, In-' thn'city of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morn1
Ing. The subject for Sunday Is:
The frco roadlng room and froo
lib, 10a, 10b, Da, 9b, Ha, 8b, also
16n, 1SU, 10c, 10a, 16b, 17n, 17b,
18n, 18b, 19a. 19b, 20n, 20b, 21a,
21b, nil In Bloek 0 Railroad Addi
tion; Lots 12a, 12b, 12c, 12d, 11a,
lib, 10a, 10b, 10c, lOd, 9a, HI), 8n,
8b, nnd Lots 10, 14a, 14b, 10a,
lRb, 16n, 16b, nil in Block 2 Rail
road Addition; In, lb, 2a, 2b, Cn,
3b, 4a, 4b, Oil, 6b, 6a, 6b, 7n, 7b,
8n, 8b, 9n, 8b. 10n. 10b, also 39a,
30b,' 49a, 40b, 38a, 08b, 37n, 07b,
30n, 36b, 060, 30b, 04a, 84b, 38n,
33b, 31a. 81b. 81a. Sib. all In llloek
7 of tho Railroad Addition to tho
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon; Lot
1 and 1 Block 1, and Loin 1 and 1
IMock I Railroad Addition to the
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon and
that aeroaga property bounded by
Eighth aad Nlsta streets and Walnnt
nnd Oak Avonuo; also Lota I, T, 8,
9, 10, Block 77, Lots 1, 1,
3, 4, 6, Block 83, Lota 6, T, 8, I. 10,
llloek 78, Lots 1, 9, 3, 4, I, Block
82, nil In Klamath Addition to the
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon; and
tho southeasterly half of that certain
acreage bloek bounded by Block 78
Klamath Addition. Walnut and Kla
math Avenues and Ninth street; also
lots 8, 10, Bloex 3, and 7, 8, Block
6, Canal Addition to tbo City of Kla
math Falls, Oregon; also Ixls 1, 10,
Rlock 77. Lots 0, 6, Block 78, Lots
1, 10. Block 88. Lots 6. 6. Bloek 81,
Lota 1. 2. Block 94. Lots 4 6. Block
90 Klamath Addition to the cltr of
Klamath Falls, Oregon; also Lots
1, 10. Block 78. Lots 1, 10, Block 81
lots 1, 10, Block 95 In Klamath Ad
dition to the City of Klamath Falls,
Oregon, and Lots 9, 10, Block 1, Hoi
lister Addition to the City of Kla
math Falls, Oregon; also Lots 8,
10, Block 8, LoU 7, 8, Block 0, Lot
6, Block T, Canal Addition to th
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, aad
Lots 1. 1, Block 1. Holllster Add!-
tlon and that certain acreage pro
perty abutting 104 feet on Klamath
Avenue and 110 feet on Ninth Btreet
In the acreage block heretofore des
cribed ss hounded by Block 78, Klsv
mnth Addition, Walnut Avenue, Kla
math Avenue and Ninth Street; and
that said property above listed and
described be and hereby Is deolsred
to be assessed for the expense of
And bo It further resolved that
Monday tho 19th day of Sept., 1911.
at the hour or eight o'clock I. M at
tbo Council Chambers at tho City
Hall be fixed as the time and place
ror tho bearing or objections and
remonstrances sgalnst tbo said pro
posed Improvement and the Police
Judge Is hereby directed to cause
nottco of said bearing to be publish
ed ni by Chartor Provided.
State of Oregon,
County or Klamnth.
Cltr af Klamath Falls, ns,
A. I Lsvitt. Police Judge of
tho Inst publication being OotobiB
lOlh', 1021. ... J
This summons Is served by Pjuas
tlon, by ordor of tho Honorable It. H.
Bunnell, Judge of tho county court
of tho Hlutn of Oregon for Klemat
County, tinted Aug. 37, 1911, wala
ordor required that summons M
utibllsliDii mice a week for six cos-
auccivibIvo weeks, tho first psbllcatloa
being August 29, 1921 ,.
MANNING A GANONG,
PInlntlff's attorneys, iwhoso office?
and post offlco address Is Loomle
Building, Klamath Falls, KlamaUi
Aug. 29-5-12-19-26-Oct. S-10.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
In tho 'county Court or the State el
Orgon for the County of KUstath.
In tho matter of tho Estate of K.
II. Edmonds, deceased.
Notlro is hereby given that Warn
Edmonds, Administratrix of the
nbovo entitled estate, on the 11th day
of August, 1911 filed hsr final ae
count, and that Monday, the 11th 4r
of September, 1921, at the hour of
1 o'clock In tho arternoon of asM
day In thn Court Room of the above
entitled Court In the County Covrt
Honse, In tho City of KlamaUi Falls,
of Klamath County, and BUte of
Ores-on has been fixed by the Court
as the ttme and plaos where It win
hear objections to ssld account aaa
sottln thn same and all persons desir
ing to object to said account shall
file their objections with the elsrk of
said Court on or before said date, or
shall sppoar at ssld hesrlof u4 9r
sonslly object thsrsto.
Dated Aug. II. 1911.
Administratrix of the state of H. .
NOTICW FOR PCBUOA3305.
eluding intcrosoctions, bo and tho ll0 hereby certify that tho foregoing
same oro hereby approved, nnd.
HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
That tho Common Council hereby de
clares Its Intontlon to ImDrovo said
lending library Is open from 2:30 to I portlona of said streets In accordonco
4:30 on Tuesdays. Thursdays and wh said plans, specifications and cs
o.....j Jtlmatcs; said Improvements to con-
saturdaya. iBBt ot paYnB ad portions of said
.. I streets with Wllllto. Asphnltlc Con-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner 'croto, IUthullthlc or Concrete The
Washington and Eighth. A. F. Sim- estimated cost of Improving of said
mons, pastor. Residence 612 Calltor- Portions of said streets with Wll
nin nvnnnn i "to Asphaltic Concrcto or Ulthullthlc
rm. , ., . y. u . ' ,0 bo $92,154.95; tho ostlmatod cost
Tho First Baptist church moots of tho improvement of said portions
for worship every Lord's Day at their of said streets with Concroto to bo
placo of worship, cornor of 8th and $96,764.95, Said cost Including grnd
Washlngton streets. Mtwl'' CUtbl"e and wncret0
1 At tho First Baptist church Lords xND nE IT rURTHER REBOLV.
Day, Septombor 4, 1921, will be ob- ED. by the Common Council that tho!
served as follews: following described proporty bo and
Preaching at 11 a. m. I1' " hereby deolared bonefltted by
BYPUat7nm l"11 ,niP0eMnt, to-wlt:
Preachlns at 8 d m 8 7 " 10 D,ock " ljoilt
1 reaching at 8 p. m. fl 7j g 9 10 n,ock g2 2
S. 4. 8. Block 94. Lots 1, 3, 8, 4, 6,
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Block 95 all In Klamath Addition to
Tenth and High, Rev. S. J. Cbaney, tho city of Klamath Falls, Oregon;
pastor, 1005 High St., Phono 637-W. &?.. V. ? ;' 8; 9; DJ0 J.
'...V """ . " ' u
Is the duty enrolled copy of a reso
lution adopted by tho Common Coun
cil on tho 22nd day nt August, 1921,
declaring Its Intention in Improve
Oak Avenue from Sixth Strcnt to
Spring Street, Walnut Avenue from
Sixth Street to Ninth Btreot, Beronth
Strcot from Klamnth Avonuo to Oak
Avonuo, Eighth Street from Walnut
Avonuo to Oak Avonuo, and Ninth
Street from Klamath Avonuo to Oak
Avonuo, Including Intersections.
A. U LEAVITT,
I Bloek 7. Cana! Artrtlllnn I.nf S S
vnuvr PiM.-nnvrPTiiav rminmii m n i m..L . I
Twenty separate producing units.. Mrnal. Bllth M, PlnB -M... n. dltlo ' xlL '. .' WRtaVv e" cX
------ . - ..vv. aw .17 .' -w w p f H-int
each with Its own players, director
exclusion of nit nth am u miifiA nn.i.1 y '
-- ---., ., uhuu uwo--nn1 sis)laiein iHwam m a..- a.
rem f !8 ,ref.UrCe1,aud V'w 8Conar, wrlt0"' constantly
tern of an organization which. leisL .i. .. ... ....j... t .
i ""' "i iue biuuiub. ineao worK-
organization which, less
than ton years old, is ono of tho
wonders of the business world.
Tho Famous Players-Lasky cor
era are augumonted by an army t
architects, Interior decorators cos
tumo llcslgners carpentors, electrl"-
poratlon, the company that produces ifln nmm.r.v .n 1 .
lT2-!!r.!r.J2"' e1"!.1"-"- ,n " "-' "oporty
is an organization or more than 8800
permanent employees. It Is a union
or several or tbo larger companies
which were pioneers In tbo produc
tion and distribution of tbo modern,
or multiple-reel, typo ot picture.
It Is backed by millions in capital
and transacts a third of -what may
be called tbo wholesale business of
the film Industry. Its retail clients
Arthur Rice, minister.
i.v Tnsn CIRCUIT COURT of tub
KTATE OK OREGON !OH KLA
Equity No. 1889
Adsl Williams Rodrlguei, Plaintiff,
Frank Rodriguez. Defendant.
TO FRANK RODRIGUEZ, DEFEN-
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You are hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint riled a
gainst you In tho above entitled suit,
on or boforo Tuesday, the 11th day
Dnsutmrnt of the '
U. H. Iari Office Not Coal i
nt Lakevlew, Ore August 11, 19SH.
Notice is hereby given that William
Henry HudUy, of Merrill, Oregon,
who, on January 17th, 1917, suae
Additional Homestead Entry, No,
09616, for liWKBBU. Section II,
Township 40 8. Range 11 .
Wllllsmstte MertdUn, has Olesl
tiotko of Intention to name final
three-year Proof, to establish data
to the land abovs described, before
O. It. LoLap, Clerk of tbe County
Court, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, oa
the 21rd day of Bsptembsr, 1911.
Clslmsnt nsmos as witnesses:
A. a Sutherland, William Coram,
Frank Hedrlck, Eugene Hammond,
all of Merrill, Oregon.
Notice will bo published for five
consecuttvo weeks In tho Klemata
JA8. r. OUUOHM,
'addition; Lots la, lb, lc. Id, la, 2b,iOf October, 1921, and for failure to
rooms contain hundreds ot tbou-i
snta hIkaab ..
u-uo ui yiV.va, ifum rare antiques ixbo Holy City."
mu y.i-wuua uki uujects aown 10
tho simplest utilitarian artlclo.
What this Immense orgonlzatlou,
with Its unlimited resources, nnd its
constant flow of product, the best
that tho market affords, means to
tbo country's exhibitors, has been
thoroughly appreciated by thom from
2c, 2d. 2o, Lots 3a, 3b, 3c, 8d LoU
in ih An AA T t K. KK I. K.A
ruuivrci, iiimriini nu....v. J " 'T' -! '" "yy "i ' ""
..-..w .. .. vuu.u ju on Bl) Bc B(J Lo,, 7n 7b 7o
Eleventh and High streets, Rov. J. 7d, 8c, 8d, Lots 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, all In
H. Dickson, pastor; High St.; Phone Block 6; LoU la, lb, lc, 2a, 2b,
S02J. I3 8b 4 4b 6- 6b 0c- 0I
niblo school nt 10 a m Ileulah Za' 7b' '" ,b' oIa0 3Ba 89b
uibio scnooi at 10 a. m., ueuinu 89C 40o 40b( 3g0i 38b( 87fti 37b
Jarvls, supt. S6a, 36b, 86a, 85b, 34a, 34b, 33a,
Morning worship at 11 o'clock, 33b 82a, 88b, 81a, 81b, all In Block
subject of tho pastor's dlscourso Railroad Addition to tho City ot
mamma sviis, urgeon; iots 130,
1QS lDi. Hit r... u- Ul. t-
Holy Communion at tbe close ot ui 14e; 180( 12b; ,M
this service. (Lots 11a, lib, lie, lid, Lots 10a,
Evening service at 7:30 p. m. 10b, 10s, lOd, LoU 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d,
Subject of the sermon "Life's Drama u 8a' 'b' .8c M. In Dlock 4 ot
iviuiroau aamon to ino uuy or
embrace nearly .three-quarters ot alltlmo to time, ana- never more than
... is. n...U n... is
"""' "" -" , n , Mtnuith Falls. Oregen: LoU 18a.
Why so much crlmo? Come and i8b, 18s, LoU 14a, 14b. 12o. 12b.
lot us reason together. Bible study 11a, lib, 10a, 10b. 9s, 9b. 8a. 8b.
and prayor meeting Thursday oven- ftlo LoU 16a, 16b, 15c, 16a, 18a, snld complaint, tho first publication
ing at 7:30. 13b 13c lin lib J2n lab' lln.thoroof bolng August 29th, 1921 and
appear and nnswer nlalnttff will
apply to tbo court ror tho rellof pray
ed for In her complaint, to-wlt: for a
Judgment and decree or tbo abovs
ontltlod court as follews:
1, That tbe bonds or matrimony
now existing botween plaintiff and
defendant bo dlssolvod, on tho
grounds or cruol and Inbumnn treat
ment rondorlng plaintiff's life miser
able burdonsome and unhappy,
3. That plaintiff's maiden name,
to-wlt, Adal Wlllams, be restored to
hor, and that plaintiff have such fur
ther roller as to oqulty and good con
science may appertain and as to tho
court may seem moot.
October 11th, 1921 Is tho last day
or the tlmo prescribed In the ordor
ror publication or this summons In
which you may appear and answer
NOTICE TO TAXPAYKM.
You srs hereby nottrtsd that the
Hoard or Equalisation will attest est
Bnptomber II. 1921, (the eeoMt
Mondsy In September) at the totaty
Judge's iifflro In the oldest eeart
house, snd w" remain In seealM fer
thirty dsys from that date for Ue
purposa of examining the asesessaeat
rolls ror tbo year 1921, aad correct
ing all errors In valuation, dsscrts
tlon or qualities or land, loU or other
proporty assessed by the assessor. II
shall bo tho duty or all persons later-
estcd to sppear at the time aad flees
All protests sgsinst Vklustloas ste
ed by the ssssssor must be files' wll
the bosrd during the first Ua 4ei
ot said session.
w. t. vmm,
Assessor of KIsmsU Ostatr.
. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
NOTICE OF BOND OFFHsUNO.
Seated propossls will be receive
by tbe Common Council of tbe Otty
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, fer the
purchase of an Issue ot $60,000.09
gonsral obligation boads, In deno
minations of $1000.00 or $609.01,
maturing In fifteen years from Au
gust 1st, 1921, without right of prior
redemption. Ssld Issue to be known
as "Klamath Falls, Sewer Bonds"
bearing a rato of Interest of per
oent per annum, oarabls asml an.
nuolly. Both principal and laUrest
payable at tho Oregon Fiscal As-ane
in Now York City. Bald bonds are
Issued and dlsposod of under the
chartur of satd city.
Each proposal to purchase mast
filed with the Police Judge of sals
city o or bofore 8 o'clock P. M., of
Ostober Ird, 1911, and be aoooaw
anted by a certified check oa soss
responsible banking Institution for
6 per cont or amount of the proposal.
Bald issue will be disposed of at mm
leas tbsn par and aeoured latereat
Tho council reserving- the right tn
reject any and all proposals.
.. , x' L- uulvtpp,
Police Judge of th City ot KUmata
Falls, Oregon. tl-ll
The Bom Never Missed Him
I SUPPOSE THE BOSS
WILL BE PEEVED AT
KME BECAUSE I STAGED
A WAV SO LONG'
- 'J t c
saw "1 yFL JL'ii
WELL, I'M BACK
ON THE JOBA3A1N!
IS THE BOSS IM?
tSwSItTM THE BOSS IS HERE NOW! -J flS&iSJP' I '
T, ,!Jr k L HE'LL PROBABLY START 2, SM M- '
TTV 5W " JjL E MORNING RIGHT BV W yMiA?0
lakL i.. --. " .. PANNING ME FOR STAWS ' e VACATION ? -JjK.
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