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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1921)
UMlMsWDAT, BKPT., 14, 1M1.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, QftHCON
Twenty-five Years Ago In Linkville
1 1110 Dodge touring ear. Now rub
ber, tint class mechanical condi
tio.. 1 1818-Butck Four, guaranteed
nrtt class condition. Heal bargain.
1 117 Hudson Super Six, a real
bargain and guarantood tint class
11910 Seven passengor Chandler.
Like law. A real bargain with terms.
Inquire ot J. C. WIUOHT on
DOICK SALES AXD SKIIV1CR CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
WANTED TO RENT 6 or 7 room
furnished house. Dox C Herald.
WANTED To rent or lease, room
tag house tor winter, nothing un
der 1! rooms. Best references. Ad
ders, Box E, n. 8., Herald office.
FOR BALK Al paring business, now
and second hand goods. Quitting
business. Will trade, what have youT
See Dick, 6th and Klamath Avo.
FOR BALE 1 ton truck, 1250.00;
1 Chalmer, $200.00; 1 Oakland,
1400.00. See Dick, 6th and Klamath
I NATIONAL METAL WEATHER
STRIP Tboso desiring to place
ordors for this weather strip may' do
so by calling or writing to the Herald
nnd I will call and sco thorn on my
roturn from Dorrls, tho Inttor part
ot this week. Ordors placed now will
bo Installed about Octobor 1st No
Installation can bo made this yoar
unless tho order la placod whllo I
am hore this tlmo.
If you do not know about tho
merits ot tho National 'Woathor
Strips, I will bo glad to call nnd ox
plain It to you nnd make an estlmato
ot tho cost of placing It In your build
ing and refor you to many pooplo In
this city who havo It already install
ed. Ercry ouo of theso usors wll
tol you they would not get along
without It, oven It the cost was many
times what It Is. T. L, Collier.
CITY GAnilAGE When you want
enrbngp rfMiinrcrt. roll MP 28.
BEND Two charges shooting
gamo during tho closed season, and
hunting without a license con
front Henry Llnstor, Jr., alleged to
havo killed ono gooso and crlpplod
another at East Lake this morning.
He was arrested by District Gamo
Warden Adams and brought Into
Bend, but Is being transferred to
Redmond for trial In Justice court.
If. j-J&P- IffgJT !
TWB TRAr PRlNTST WHO WAS FlRCD YMT7RAY rOM
TWB WlKKLrCLMlON- RBTUNBO LATE UASTNICMT
AND WRBCKEO TWB OFFICE-
FOR RENT 3 room furnished apart- CORVALLIS Calapoola Post No.
ment, 634 N. 8th street. Phono 103, American Legion, launched a
" 3 movement that hns for its purposo
FOR BALE Steel cot and thick mat- tho ercctlon of new bulId,nK ,n
tress. $5.00; also Sllvertone CabI- Brownsville that will- servo as a
net phonograph with 35 records, homo for Legionaries as well as
made public hero. Estimates on tho
pruno crop for tho northwest, ac
cording to Oregon Qrowon' asso
ciation officials and ropreeentatlvcs
ot tho larger packing corporation,
vary botweon 33,000,000 and 27,
TOLEDO Victor Boon ot this
city, a descendant of Danlol Boono,
was fatally Injured while working
at tho rock quarry near this city.
than tho disease.
It's a poor patent modtclne that
can't got Itself Imitated.
Lot ono and tho southeast quarter
ot tho northeast quartor ot Boot! on
4, township 41 south, rengo 10 East
of Willamette Meridian, In Klamath
taken and lovlod upon as the pro
perty of tho said dofendants, or as
much thereof as may bo necessary to
satisfy the anld Judgment In favor of
Fnnnto J. Plckott against said defend
ants, with lutorost thereon, together
with all costa and disbursement! that
havo or may nccruo.
Datod at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Soptombor 7, 1881.
L. L. LOW, Sheriff,
by Burt B. Hawkins, Deputy.
Bopt. 7-14-11-28, Oct. -0
to $ .80 o'clock, or with 0. R. Wright,
Architect, Klamath Falls, Oregon, uv
to 1S:00 m. September SO, 1SI1.
Tho board reeervee Ihe right to
accopt any one bid or reject y or
Dated at Chlloquln, Oretfon, thU
8th day of September, IMIj
(SIGNED) Wm. BKMN,
Will all thosu who owed monoy to
Mm, Ltttlo Offlold, now decoasod,
kindly communlcato with O. H. (Ira
ham, administrator, 71K Montoroy
NOTICE OF BOND OFFKRJNO.
Bealed proposaU will be reelve4
by tho Common Council of the City
ot Klamath Falls, Oregon, for the
purchase of an Issue of $60,000.00
general obligation bonde, la deno
minations ot $1000.00 or $809.00,
maturing In tltteon yean from Au
gust lut, 1911, without right of prior
redemption. Said Issue to be known
11a "Klamath Fulls, Sower Bonds"
bearing n rnto of Interest of 6 per
cent per annum, payable soml an
nually, llotl principal nnd interest
locating and collecting the aaaot of
said estate. s-14
In New York City. Bald bonds are
I mnui'u nnu umjnwcu ui ununr um
cuarier 01 sain ruj,
Each proposal to purchase must be
filed with tho Police Judge of said
city on or before 8 o'clock P. M., of
Octobor 3rd, 1921, and bo accomp
anied by n certified check on some
I Ike that Idle doltnr work! Put
it in mo diiiik.
Tho ancient Oreoka bollovod that
tho wearing of garnet kept torors
truo to their vows.
$75.00. 1034 High street.
a community house fcr this city
and surrounding country.
ROR RENT Sis room house closo
in. Call at 911 .Walnut street. NORTH BEND Captain
13-15 Simpson, a millionaire ot
nH tfia Rnrrnmnntn
iiaa imiro nrni ATrrn ctt-irn v -. w .w
land near Algnma, for rent 'or wa ni September 6 to Miss
lease. For particulars write J. Frank Nora Hage, formorlly a North
Adams, Bos 481. Klamath Falls. Bend woman, at Soattlo.
HOOD RIVER P. F. Clark, sales
manager ot tho Applo Qrowors as
sociation, reports that the demand
SAWMILL FOR BALE Cheap for
cash. Caraclty 25,000. Good con
dition. Bos R. M. K. Herald.
13-16 fcr early apples, ot Oravensteln and
' ' Klnr varltlca. Is In mcrm nf aim.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-One 1918. pl ,f , of tho ,ate Tftrlolei
7 paasenger 8tudebaker six. Phone " , ... ,
414R or Inquire ft. R. R. garage,
OILS AND VARNISH
WALL PAPER I
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON '
Phone 196-W 127 N. 4th St.
bring proportionate prices the sea-
13-17 son's deal will bo one ot tho best
the valley has ever experienced,
P O R T L A N D William Henry
(Bill) Steers, famous University ot
Oreron Quarterback, marrlnrt Mlna
Springs Hotol. 8-22 ""day night at The Dalles. Tho wed-
'ding was a surprlso to their many
FOR SALE Richly bred St Mawes frlonds. The wedding was held nt
registered Jeney bull calf. Dairy- .,, n,OM,i.t .... , 1,
tag beau beet. Returns each month. tho Congregational panonage at 11
Original herd and Increase left. R. D. P- m- Tne on,r witnesses were four
Sanford, Ashland, Ore. 12-15 four college friends ot Mr. and Mrs.
ft .Tt, IT Z", T. 7". Steen, Qeorglne Mary Qolsler, Mad-
' 150" .TTong in'good condltron! aIlno SI""onj' M"' M'""
W. H. Ross, 906 Main St. 2-tf wiiour un, an ot roruana
PORTLAND Whon four motor
cycle patrolmen ratdod a chuck
luck game at tho Montgomery
flats about 30 negroes loft tholr
dlco and money and made for tho
brush In tho gully near by. Four
players, threo sets of dice and
$4.26 wa taken aa a net result
of the raid.
NOTICE OF 8HEIUFK8 HALE.
The ekeloton of an average whale
weighs twenty-tlvo tons.
Writing of the True Post
With the true poet everything la
terse, touching, or brilliant, lie gives
the choicest thoughts In the choicest
language. Ue Illustrates them by
everything that be sees most striking
In nature and art. He enriches tbera
by pictures of human lire, sucb as It ts
passing before him. Ols writings,
therefore, cntatn the spirit, the
aroma. If I may ose the phrase, of the
age In which he lives. They an cask
tits which enclose within a small com
pass the wealth of the language Its
family Jewels, which arc thus trans
mitted In a portable form to posterity.
Tbt setting may occasionally he an
tiquated, and require now and then to
be renewed, as In tbe case of Chaucer;
but tbe brilliancy and Intrinsic value of
the gems continue unaltered. Wash
BUSINESS TRAININO PAYS Ono
term with us and one year at a
good salary In a business office
makes the best Two-year Course.
Winter term begins Sept., 15. Med
ferd Business College, Medford, Ore.
WANTED Wouia hire a carpenter
at a reasonable wage. Bos 30. Mer
rill, Oregon. 10-17
FOR SALE Plums, crab apples,
sweet apples and other kinds. 834
Conger Ave. 10-14
FOR SALE 2SO-300O Savage rifle.
New. Bargain. No. 16 Loomla BIdg.
Kamatb Falls, Oregon. 10-16
FOR SALE Remington Typewriter.
Practically new. No. 16 Loomls
Bldg. Klamath Falls, Oregon. 10-16
WANTED Deer heads, birds and
animals to mount. Animal hides
to make Into rugs. Phone 478W.
W. W. Donart, Taxidermist. 7-16
WILD PLUMS VERY SCARCE Mall
orders will be filled at once In
order. Price $2.00 delivered In -Klamath
Falls. Lloyd's Cash Store.
Lakevlew. Oregon. 9-30
EUdENE Earl Herbert, cattle
man ot Oak Ridge, died Sunday
night, the victim ot a deer hunt
er's bullet, while in an ambulance
on his way to a Eugene hospital
after having been shot In the groin
Saturday afternoon near Oak Ridge.
Tbe fatality occurred when Elmer
Yeoman of Creswler mistook him
tor a deer. Hebert, who Is about
30 years ot age, leaves his wife
and a small child. Yeoman gave
himself up to Sheriff Fred Stickles.
PORTLAND Expressing appre
ciation ot tbe relief work done by
the city In the late war, Marie,
queon of Kouraanla, extended ber
best wishes for the success ot tbo
1925 exposition In a letter receiv
ed by Mayor Bayer.
In the Suptrlor Class.
It takes more than a name to pot
things In the superior cla. Some
names are fit to conjure with. Men
nro willing to stake their all on what
the men wbo own the name say. Other
fellows with tbe same name are sub
ject to ridicule. Names refer to In
dividuals, but Individuals must put
personality Into what the name stands
for If they an to be bsdgea of merit.
Plus signs always mean more. It's not
enough to be a son of your father In
name. You must be e soo In deeds If
you an to be worthy of him. Leaner
never create Plus on the things they
do. They are ton content to pnsx rani
ter. They must learn to add worth
to the name If thry aro to belong to
the RtHmWil Plil Hn. flrlt.
BY VIRTUE of an elocution duly
Issued by tho Clerk ot tho Circuit
court ot tho county ot Klamath, State
ot Oregon, dated the 6th tlay of Sep
tember, 1921, In a certain action In
tho circuit court for said county and
statu, wherein Fannlo J. Plckott aa
plaintiff recovered Judgment against
H. I. Hayes, personally, and as ad
ministrator of tho estate of Sarah
Jane Hayes, deceased, for tho sum ot
Five Hundred Dollars, with interest
at 8 per cent per annum from July
20. 1919. attorneys fees In tho sum
ot $150, togothor with $36.(3 with
Interest thereon at C porcent per an
num from June 11, 1921, and costs
and disbursements taxod at $69.80
on the 3rd day of September, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
on tho 6th day of October, 1921, at
tho front door of tho county court
house In Klamath Falls, Klamath
County, Btato ot Oregon, at 10 o'clock
In tho forenoon of said day, sell at
public auction to tho highest blddqr,
for cash, tho following described pro
NOTIOK TO IlIDDKRfl.
Sealod proposals will bo received
up to September 21st. 1921, by
School District No. 31, Klamath
County, for tho construtlon of a brick , r,p0nslbld banking Institution for
scnooi iiuiiuidk nnu mr mo 1 miiiuma B ,,or cont of amount of the proposal,
and Heating of same, nids must bo uMll MU0 wm be disposed of at not
accompanied by a certified check to ; leM ,hl,n par an,j aceUnd Interest,
tho amount of 5 nor cent of win bid n,. nii ......in ik .(.
or tho same shall be rejected, to bo! TOj0Cl M, anil t proposals,
made payable In favor of Mrs. W, C. i m j LEAVITT
::'.!.' '.or.""w,,V.""",l.V",,:r Si I'ol co Judge of the City of Klamath
returned to bidders upon signing of
contract and to bo retained If suc
cessful bidder falls to enter Into eon-1
tract as specified. Plans and speci
fications may bo obtained from O. R.i
Wright, Architect, Klamath Falls,
and a deposit of $10.00 will bo re
quired for same. '
Proposals may bo left at the of
fice of the architect. Emma Building
up to 6 P. M or till 7.30 P. M at
tho meeting place of tho school board
at Summers School houso, September
The board reserve, tho right to
accept any ono bid or reject any or
Dated nt Klamath Falls. Oreron.
this 10th day of Soptembor. 1921.
(StONBD) MRB. W. C. EZELL.
ROSEBURO Douglas county's
pruno ylold 'will be moro than one-
third ot tbe crop of the Pacific
northwest, according to estimates
E - iy -7i
READY for instant use I
in oil cookatoveg, oil H
H heaters or lamps. H
H AtkyourdfUr r,fH
for Ptul Oil- jMJUJM
H oltaa burning JSmmSm I
M aae7 eeojioeiM. r QjE9 Wt
Bi e i-si mi 0
I fxllSaw jlsalifrTfcBTa5ssldL 1
9pi&nJ hot cup
vrvrf-c fn ninnl'tiu
Sealed proposals will be recolved I
up to Septomber 20th, 1921, by,
scnooi iiisirict jno. gj, Klamath
County, for the construction ot a
brick shool building and for tho
Plumbing and Heating of same, fllds
must bo accompanied by a certified
chock to the amount of 6 per tent
of tho bid or tbe same shall be re
Jntcd, to be madn payable In favor
of Wm. Skeen, clerk of the sail dis
trict, to bo returned to bidders upon
signing of contract and to be retain
ed If successful bidder falls to enter
Into ontrnct as specified.
Plans and spoclflatlone may be
obtained from O. R. Wright, Arhl
tect. Klamath Falls or Wm. Rkn
of Chlloquln, and a deposit of $10.03
will be required for same.
Proposals may be kft either with
Wm. Skeen. at Chlloquln, Oregon, up
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In thn County Court ot the State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Jamee
Almond Rutherford, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that I have
bcon appointed administrator of the
Estato ot Jamee Almond Rutherford,
Deceased, by the above entitled court
and all persons having claims against
said estate aro required to present
them, with tho proper vouchers, with
in six months from tbe date of this
notice, to this administration at tbe
office of Manning A Oanong, Loomls
Bldg., Klamath Falls, Klamath Coun
Dated September 14, 1921.
GEO. D. ORIZZLE,
Administrator ot the Estate of Jamee
Almond Rutherford, Deceased.
Oitcon's lliitwr Inilliutloa el
Clght SchocU Smnty Vtpnmtt
TALI. TfcRM Or-iNS SEfT. 19, 1921
l Uf-I'MtiM Mt U Ifct ItSMIW
Oregon Agricultural College
j Cooking Electrically
Take ttotnea DoitQ
Dotghnuts 30 1
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchen hold
no terror for the housewife. They
are cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the Mummer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tention caused by wood
stoves. The expense is surprising
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
The California Oregon Power
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DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tom Must Have Winked
TOM. I WONDER IF YOU COUlDH'
GET OFF LON& ENOUon io
GO SHOPPING WITH ME
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aM 1 nnw'T RELIEVE. 1 m uiuat uf SMSl I aV
Mi) the BosswouLDUk Ismsm ' rmm
VElL, GO IN AND ASK HIM!
TELL HIM WHAT YOU WANT ,
TO PO- HE'LL. LET YOO GOl
SAY. BOSS, CAN I GET OFF
TO GO SHOPPING WITH MV
WIFE FOR A LITTLE WHILE?
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