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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1921)
eUTPKDAT, BHPTKMUER 10, 1IMU
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH EALLS, OREGON
I 1110 Dodge touring ear. Now rub
ber. tint class mochanlcal condi
1 1918-Rulck Pour, guaranteed
tint class condition. Roal bargain.
1 1917 Hudson Super Six, a ront')Bton stroet.
bargain and guaranteed first clans i
I-IMO Sovo"n passenger Chandler
t.ii,. ... a ra.1 hornin ith f..rm
in..iM f i n. wniriHT nn'to make into rugs, l'houe
BCICK BALES AND SERVICE CO.
TIH. AND KLAMATH AVK.
FOR RENT 3 room furnished apart
neat. (34 N. Sth. Phone 412J.
FOR RENT Newly furnished roomr,
ov is a nigai, ?a wee i uui .
prints Motel. 112
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'thJ w S1 mr'the mcnt.tor1Klitrt7r3p..c.Maho..
J.l.i t Main at M !l0 nn' bcdr00m Mt' 16M, Wllh b0X
Jeweler, ill Main Bt. S-9-1Q iprinK, and hair mattress to fit. at
wiiiivfl-.v Va. ir v.n ia reasonable prices. Also Wilton and
WIrJ S.iw-l,o!? k rv .Axmlnstcr rugs, aanltory couch and
"' pulntar' K1;' other articles. Apply 1839 Johnson
lord. Ore. li Av, 8.10.
FOR RENT Bedroom. Phone
Barry Goeller, 1SS Pine St.
TOTJNO LADY desires position as -
hnnkViunar nr i-lnrlr.l wnrV nf nnv
..-A kind. Experienced. References. Phono
NEW DOOKKEEPINO CLASSES
starting at onco. A complete
ourto of Instruction Riven evenings!
only. Phono Southwell, 129 or 439.
I wish to announce that 1 ham)
-owned mr tailor shon on Iho third I
floor of tho new Winters building,
room 310, and will be pleased to t0 bo tho noxt secretary of tho Ore
s' l?l?lTmV?art fiS'wn te fair board to .acceded A.
ones woo may be in need or rirst ... . ... . ,.
class tailoring. All work guaranteed ," Le. wn wl" "a'0 ofter the
to be strictly high clans. next state fair. Promlnont among
IS J. A. Goldsmith, the possibilities mentioned aro Frank
FOR SALE Pair tine young
dale dogs. Phone 512R.
SPEND YOUR MONEY whero you '
get the best results.
Jeweler, 511 Main St.
WANTED To lease, house of five' """" ""
or six rooms, modern and unfur- Tho Lafayette State bank ha.
afshed. Phone 205-W S-lO'.boea closed by order of Frank C.
Mt iito m. ... .. .. T7T Bromwoll, stato superintendent of
FOR SALE Big fire proof iron safe. . , ' . . , , h... ,
PrUeaiir n.w. No. .1 inmU banks. The bank is In charge of
SPEND YOUR MONEY where you
get the b'est results. Glover tbo.
Jeweler, Ell Main St. 8-9-10
FOR SALE Damson plums, fine for I
Jelly, 20 pounds for $1. Phone
FOR SALE Threshing machine bolt
1E0 feet long in good condition.
W. H. Ross, 906 Main St. 2-tf
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, call 10P.S3.
BUSINESS TRAINING PAYS One
term with u. and one year at a
good salary In a business office
makes the best Two-yoar Courso.
Winter term begins Sept., IS. Med
Card Business College, Medford, Ore.
FOR SALE First year high school
general science, algebra, Latin and
English. Inquire Herald office. 6-10
$450 BUYS MY CHEVROLET Fully
equipped, new battery, spare tiro,
pot light, shock absorbers, flro and
theft insurance, new paint, and in
first class running condition. Inquire
Herald office. 7-10
MEN WANTED Box Factory work.
Big Lakes Box Co. 9-12
FOR RENT 4 room
apartment. Phone 273J.
BOARD BY DAY OR WEEK Broad
street, near Main. Back of White
Pelican Garage. 9-10
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
CLASSES now being formed. Have
room for only a limited number. En
roll now. Phono Southwell 129 or
DOINGS OF THE
KM AWFUILV GLAD
tOO STOPPED IN
MABEL t HAVe ANOTHER
CUP OF TEA BEFORE
YOO GO' ,-
I A'ANT to buy n small house closo ,
I In nml 111 consider one where thoi
.owner will tnko a Reed used car In
Ipnn imjnii'iu. uoi in a noun wiim
you hnvo to otter. L. Arena, Whlto
Pollcan Qnrago. 710
i t.rssnNH IN iinnrnrt Marirarat
Warden. Phono 104. 404 Wash-
WANTCD-Deer heads, bird, and
animals to mounL Animal hides
W. W. Doaart. Taxidermist.
TIIE TURNER APARTMENTS, 113
Oak St., Two furnished rooms,
wood, water, light Included, $25.00.
MATERNITY NURlING Br gradu
ate nurse. Mrs. Roberta McCkty.
R. N. Phone 1IF14. 7-18
FOR RENT Front room, eloee.la.
Call 317 10th street or 144 J.
,- flll W Vna u.h n tMkUl
WILD PLUMS VERY SCARCE Mall
orders will bo filled at onco In
order. Prlco $2.00 dollvered In Kla-
main mils. L.IUJU .amu oiuio.
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NEWS FROM THE
Herald Salem Bureau
SALEM, Or., aept. s. Hpocuia-
'tlon Is now rife as to who is going
IDavoy and T. E. MeCroskey of
Salem. Darcy Is oponjy a eandl-
.date and MeCroskey has been ap-
proached on tho subject, but ha. not
announced whether he will bo an
W. Bland, state bank exam-
The public service commission ho.
issued an order making a cut of
from 5 to 33 1-3 per cent in tho
freight rate on sand, gravol and
Irni.hml rnrlt In nreran. Thl was
on application of the state highway
commission and seteral county
Oregon has bo open season on
beaver, according to an opinion of
Attorney General Van Winkle, writ
ten In reply to an. inquiry by A.
E. Burgbduft, state game warden.
A new lot of .tate highway signs
which will designate directions and
distances to all important towns,
both on main and side roads, is
boing prepared by the state highway
Undor the Smith-Hughes act a
total of $21,505.20 was spent in
Oregon during the post year, ac
cording to a report from the stato
department of education. Of this
amount $13,447.11 was along tho
trado and industry line, and $6712.
30, in tho homo economic lines.
Motor vohlcle registration for Au
gust totaled 3185 cars, according to
a statement from tbo secretary of
stato, and total fees from all class
es of registration, were $41,025.-
75. Tbo total number of vehicles
registered, tor tho year Is 112,484
and tho total in fee. so far thi.
I MUST 'BE
OVER HERE. I WANT
YOU TO MEET A
fRlEMO OF MINE!
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TUF MOT .11 IM MINU ON TM DISPLAY WINDOW
l&NfrtD A BOX CP caiXULOlD
A DCXIN NKCKDWS AND T
George O. Urown, clerk ot the
state land board, reports $10,48.
2i ot the state irreducible school
fund turned over to the .tats treas
urer during the month of August.
An occupational-therapy depart
ment ha. been added by the state
industrial accident commission to
tho ph)slo-thcrapy department at
Salem. Tbo former has to do with
qualifying injured worker, for other
occupations and tho latter has to do
with restoring action to organ, that
have been rendered useless through
Beginning September 7 applica
tions for loahs rccolvod from ex
sorvlco men will bo treated in tbo
order they nro received by tho
world war veterans' stnto aid com
mission. All on band Soptomber
6 will bo shuffled and drawn from
tho top downward for considera
tion. Wireless Set on
Fire Chief a Auto
WAKEFIELD, Mass., Sept. 10
Installation ot wireless tolophono on
tho automobile of Frod D. Graham,
chief of tho flro department, to en
able him to keep In constant touch
with headquarter, no matter where
he may be, i. planned by local offi
cial!. In addition to being fire chief,
Graham serve, a. fire hazard officer
and inspector ot wire, and these
duties keep him away from the sta
tion much of tbo time. In the past
when a still alarm or other emer
gency has required his personal at
tentlon there has sometime, beon
seriou. delay in reaching him- By
installing . receiving set on the auto
mobile and a sending set at tire head
quarter, it will bo posslblo, It is bo
lived, to ring htm up at any time
and send him npcodlly to the point
whero h!s presence is rcqulrod.
Officials of the water department
are watching tbo experiment with
some Interest as thoy hare in mind
a similar equipment for the automo
bile of Superintendent Morrison Mer
rill who U frequently called on to
answer omergency calls.
Tho sword swallower should tackle
a saw occasionally; it would be moro
Herald classified ads pay yon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Pioncor Garage Co., an Oregon Cor
poration, pursuant to tho terms and
conditions of a certain mortgage
mado and executed botween said
Pioneer Garago Co., as mortgagco,
and Daniol Weeks mortgagor, dated
May 16tb, 1921, has proceeded to
forocloso said mortgage and has
taken Into Its possession tho mort-
gaged property described as follows.
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She Saved Him a Trip
Ago In Linkville
One Allen automobile, Model J920,
Motor Number S3700, Etna) Number
53JS8, llccnso numbor for 1931
Oregon 111844 and that said mort
gagee will at 10 o'olock u. m on
Monday the 19th eay of Soptomber,
1921, at 423 South Sixth street, Kla
math Falls, Klamath County, Stato
of Oregon, sell tho said mortgaged
property above descrlbod at public
sale, for cash In hand and out of
tho proceeds ot said sale will koep
and retain tho sum of $895.00 balance
duo from said mortgagor upon said
property, togothcr with tntorest at
8 per cent per annum from May 16,
1921, attorneys fee. in tho sum of
$25, aud accruing costs of salo, and
tbo overplus, it any thoro be, pay
to said mortgagor.
Dated, Septombor 9, 1921.
PIONEER OARAGE CO., a
by H. S. Royce, 8ocretarj
NOTICE FOR 1'UIIMCATION.
Department of tho Interior.
U. 8. Land Office Not Conl IjuicI.
at Idikcvleiv, On Augnut II, 1031.
Notlco is hereby given Ihaf William
Honry Hadley, of Merrill. Oregon,
who, on January 17th, 1917, made
Additional Homestead Entry, No.
09616. for SWHSEV1. Section 32,
Township 40 S. Range 11 E.
Wllllamette Meridian, has filed
notice ot Intention to mane final
three-year Proof, to establish claim
to tho land aboro descrlbod, before
C, R. LoLap, Clerk of tho County
Court, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on
the 23rd day or September, 1931,
Claimant namo. as witnesses:
A. E. Sutherland, William Coram,
Frank lied rick, Eugene Hammond,
all of Merrill, Oregon.
Notice will be published for five
consecutive week. In tho Klamath
JAB. r. BUROESS,
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
In the County Court ot the State of
Orgon for the County of Klamath.
In the matter of the Estate of H.
II. Edmonds, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Mlna
Edmonds, Administratrix of the
above entitled estate, on the 12th day
ot August, 1921 filed her final ac
count, and that Monday, the 12th day
of September, 1921, at tbo hour of
2 o'clock in tho afternoon ot said
day In the Court Room of the above
entitled Court In the County Court
House, In tbe City ot Klamath Falls,
ot Klamath County, and State ot
Oregon has been fixed by tbo Court
as the time and placo wbore It will
hear objection, to said account and
settle tho namo and all porson. doslr
tng to objoct to said account shall
fllo their objections with the clerk or
said Court on or boforo said dato, or
shall appear at said hearing and per
sonally objoct tborcto.
Dated Aug. 13, 1921.
Administratrix of tho Estato of H. H.
Will all tbo.o who owed monoy to
Mrs. Llzzlo Offlold. now docoasod.
kindly communlcato with G. H. Gra
ham, administrator. 715 Montornv
St., E. Bakoraflold, Cal for tbo pur-
nnon tt fieaisHner lhi a,ImIhI...i.. i
locating and collocUng tho aasota of
saiq ostato. g.n
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NOTION TO lMDDKRH.
Sealed proposal will bv received
up to (September 30th, 1921, by
School District No, 53, Kliunntli
County, for tho construction of a
brick shool building and for thu
Plumbing mid Heating of same, nids
must be accompanied by n cnrtltlod
rheck to the amount ot 5 per tent
of the bid or the same .hall be m
Jetnd, to be made payablo In fniMr
of Win, Hkeen, clerk ot tlm anil dis
trict, to bo ruturnod to bliMom upon
signing ot contract and to be rotaln
ad It successful bidder falls to ontor
Into nntrnct as snoolflm!.
Plans and speculation mar bti
obtained from O. R. Wright, Arlil
toot, Klamath Falls or Win. Hk"Mi
ot Chlloquln, and a depo.lt ot $10,03
will be required for same,
Proposal, may be Utt either with
Win, Bkoen, at Chlloquln, Oregon, up
to a .30 o'clock, or with O. R. Wright,
Architect, Klamath Fall. Oregon, up
to 13:00 m. Beplomber 30, 1021.
The board reserves the right tn
accept nny one bid or rejict uuy or
Dated nt Chlloquln, Oregon, this
3th day of September, 1021.
(SIGNED) Wm. SKEBN,
t', ii iiuhw ireiwp ssssas i
NOTICE TO TAXrAYKIW.
You are hereby notified that the
Board of Equalisation will attend on
September 12, 1931, (the second
Monday tn September) at tbo county
judgn'. orricn in tne oinest rouri
house, and will remain In session for
thirty days from that dato for the
purpose ot oxamlnlng tbo assessment
rolls for tho year 1921, and correct
Ing all error. In valuation, descrip
tion or qualities or land, tot. or other
proporty a.sossed by the assessor. It
shall bo tho duty or all persons Inter
ested to appear at the time and place
Alt protests against v Illations fix
ed by tho assessor roust bo filed with
tho board during tho first tmi day
ot said sosslon,
W. T. i.ki:.
Assessor of Ktamnth County
Tho City Knglneor pursuant to
Resolution of tho Common Council
horotofora adopted, having on thn
1st day of August, 1921, filed plans,
specification, ntid estimates of tbo
cost of Improving Oak Avenue from
Sixth 8troot to Spring Street, Wal-
nut Avenuo from Sixth Street to
Ninth Street, Seventh Street from
Klamath A-enuo to Oak Avenuo,
Eighth Street from Walnut Avenuo to
Oak Avenuo and Ninth Street from
Klamath Avenue to Oak Avonuo, In
cluding Intorcjpctlona. and Iho Coun
cil having taken tho aamo under
advisement, and finding said plans.
specifications And estimates tn tin
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that
aid Plan., specifications and r-tMnntCq of ald hearing to bo publish.
,.,.- mi ins iuiMuym.uii.. u. "
Avenue from Sixth Btreot to Spring
Street, Walnut Avenuo from Sixth to
Ninth Btreot, Boron th Stroet from
Klamath Avenuo to Oak Avenuo,
Eighth Street from Walnut Avenuo
to Oak Avenue and Ninth Street from
Klamath Avenuo to Oak Avonue, In
cluding Intercsectlons, bo and the
samo aro hereby approved, and.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED.
That the Common Council hereby de
clares Its Intention to Improvo said
portion, of said streets In accordanco
with said plans, specifications and es
timates; said Improvements to con
sist ot paving said portions ot said
streets with Willlte, Aspbalttc Con
crete, Blthulltblc or Concrete. Thu
estimated cost of Improving of said
portions ot said streets with Wil
llte, Asphaltlc Concrete or Blthullthlc
to be $93,164.95; the estimated cost
of tbe Improvement of .aid portions
of said streets with Concrote to bo
$96,764.95. Sold cost Including grad
ing, rolling, curbing and concrote
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, by the Common Council that tho
following described property bo and
it Is hereby dcolarod benefitted by
said Improvement, to-wlt:
Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Block 83, Lota
6, 7, 8, 9. 10, Block 82, Lota 1, 2,
3, 4, 6, Block 94, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Block 95 all In Klamath Addition to
tbo city of Klamath Falls, OroRon;
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, Block 1,
Holllster Addition, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Block 7, Canal Addition, Lota 8, 9,
10, 11. 12, 13, Block 0, Canal Ad
dition, Lots 8, 9, Block 5, Canal
nddltlon; Lota la, lb, lc, Id, 2a, 2b,
2c, 2d, 2o, Lots 3a, 3b, 3r, 3d,, Lota
4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, Lots 5a, 5b, 6c, 6d,
Lots 6a, 6b, 6c, 6d, Lota 7a, 7b, 7c,
7d, 8c, 8d, Lots 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d, all In
Block 5: Lota lu, lb. lc. 2a, 2b,
3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, 6b, 5c, 6a, 6b,
7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, also Lots 39a, 39b,
39c, 40a, 40b, 38a, 38b, 37a, 371),
36a, 36b, 35a, 35b, 34a, 34b, 33a,
33b 32a, 32b, 31a, 31b, all in Block
6, Railroad Addition to tho City of
Klamath Falls, Orcoon; Lots 13a,
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OFFER TO TAKE
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13b, 13c, 13d, Lots 14a, 14b, 14c,
14d, 14e, Lot,, 12a, 13b, 12e, lid.
Lot. 11a, lib, 11c, lid, Lots 10,
10b, 10a, lOd, Lot. 0a, 9b, 9a, 9d,
Lota 8n, 8b, Ro, 8d, In Uloek 4 ot
Itnllrond Addition to the Oily qf
Klmnnth Falls, Oregen: LoU llta,
13b, 13c, Lots 14a, 14b, 12a, 12b,
tin, lib, ltiu, lOh, Un, Kb, la, lb,
also Lntn 16a, 1Gb, lGn, 10, lla,
13b, 13 r, Mil, 14b, 12a, 12b, lla.
lib, lOit, 10b, Ha, 0b, 8a, 8b, alse
16n, 16b, lCc, 16ii, 10b, 17a, 17b,
lNn, 1Kb, 19a, 19b, 20a, 20b, 31a,
21b, all In Block 3 Railroad Addi
tion; Lota ICa, 12b, Ho, lBd, lla,
lib, 10a, 10b, 10c, lOd, 9a, 9b, la.
8li, and Lots 13, 14a, 14b, lift,
15b, 10a, 16b, nil in llloak I Rail
road Additien: In, lb, Da, 2b, Ca,
Sb, 4n, 4b, Ga, Mi, On, 0b, 7a, 7b,
8a, 8b, 9a, Dli, 10a, 10b, also lift,
3Ub, 40a, 401). 38n, 08b, 07a, 7b,
,16a, nilli, ar.u, ncii, Sin, 04b, lla.
33b, 32a, 32b. 31a, 31b, all In BUM
7 of tho Itnllrond Addition to thn
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon; Lois
1 and 2 Block 1, and Lota 1 and J
Mock 8 Itntlrood Addition t) the.
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon and
that acreiigo proporty bounded by
Eighth and Ninth streets and WaLst
nml Oak ATniiue; nlao Lots 9, 7, I.
9, 10, lllook 77, Lois 1, I,
3, 4, 5, Block 83, Lots 6, 7, I, I, If,
Mock 78, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, I, Bloek
32. all In Klamnth Addition to It
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon; kbA
the iiotitbensterly half of that eerUta
ncreagn block hounded by Blosk 71
Klamath Addition, Walnut and KU
inatli Avenuoa nnd Ninth street; also
Lots 8, 10, Illocx 3, and 7, I, Block
1, Canal Addition to the City of Kla
math Falls, Oregon, also Lota 1. 10,
Mock 77, Lota C, 6, Block 71, Lota
1, 10, Block 83, Lots 6, 6, Block II.
Lots 1, 2, Mock 94, Lots 4, 6, Bloek
95 Klamnth Addition to the cttr ot
Klamnth Falls, Oregon; also LoU
1. 10. Block 78. Lota 1, 10, Block IS
lots 1, 10, Block 95 In Klamath Ad
dition to the City of Klamath Falls,
Oregon, nnd lot 9, 10, Block 1, Hol
llster Addition to tho City of Kla
mnth Fnlls, Oregon; nlso Lota I,
10, Mock 3, Lota 7. 8, Block 6, Lot
5. Block 7, Canal Addition to the
City of ICJamath Falls, Oregon, and
Lota 1, 2, Block 1, Holllster Addi
tion and that certain acreage pro
perty abutting 104 fret on Klamath
Avenuo and 110 feet on Ninth Street
In thn acreago block heretofore dee
rrlbed as bounded by Block 71, Kki
math Addition, Walnut Avenue, Kla
math Avunun and Ninth Street; and
that said property above listed and
descrlbod bo and hereby Is declared
to tin assessed lor tho expense of
And be It rurthnr rrnnlved that
Monday tho 19th day of Sept., 1011.
at tho hour of night o'clock P. M., at
thn Council Chambers at the City
Hall bo fixed as thn time and place)
for tho hearing of oM'-tlons and
remonstrances against tbe said pro
posed Improvement and the Police
Judgn U hereby directed to cause
- r,j j,y charter Provided.
a,n( of Oregon '
'county of Klamath.
City ot Klamath Falls, en.
I, K I. !"ivilt, Poltrr Judge ot
tbe City ot Kl'nnth Falls, Oregoa.
do heroby certify thut tho foregoing
Is the duly enrolled copy of a reso
lution adopted by the Common Coun
cil on tho 22nd day of Augu.t, 1931,
declaring It. Intention to Improve)
Oak Avenuo from Sixth Street to
Spring Street, Walnut Avenue frosa
Sixth Stroet to Ninth Stroet, Seventh
Street from Klamath Avenue to Oak
Avenue, Eighth Hlreet from Walnut
Avenue to Oak Avenue, and Nlntk
Street from Klamath Avenue to Oak
Avenue, Including Intersections.
A L. LEA Vim
. - ii . ii n ess as
NOTICE OK nOND OFFERING.
Bealod proposal, will be receive)
by the Common Council of the City
of Klamath FalU, Oregon, for the
purebsso of an Issue of $60,000.01
general obligation bonds, la deno
minations or $1000.00 or 1604.09,
maturing in flftoon years from Au
gust 1st, 1921, without right of prior
redemption. Bald Isaue to be known
m "Klamath Falls, Sower Bonds"
bearing a rata of Internet ot I per
cent por annum, payable semt an
nually. Both principal and Interest
payablo at tho Orogon Fiscal Agency
In Now York City. Bald bonds are
Issued and dlsposod of under tbe
chartor or said city.
Each proposal to purchase must be
filed with tho l'ollco Judgo of said
city on or buforo 8 o'clock P. M., of
October 3rd, 1921, and bo accomp
anied by n cortlflcd chock on soma
rosponslblo banking Institution for
5 per cont of amount of tho proposal.
Sab Issuo will bo disposed ot at not
ioh.i than par and uccurod intorest.
Tho council rniiorvlng the right to
reject any and all proposal..
A. L. LEAVITT,
l'ollco Judgo ot tho City ot Klamath
Falls, Orogon. 81-30
I ASKED HER IF I
I COULD SEE HER HOME