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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1921)
MONDAY, SKPTKMRKn, 19, lOlil.
THE EVENING HERAlD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Twenty-five Years Ago In Linkville
11920 Dodge touring Mr. Now rub"
bor, first elites mechanical condi
tion. 1 1918-Bulck Four, guarantood
tlrtt clut condition. Kcal bargain.
1 1117 Hudson Super Sit, n real
bargain and guarantood first class
J 1910 SoTon passongcr Chandlor.
Like new. A real bargain with terms.
Inquire of J. C. WRIGHT OK
DUICK SALES AND 8KHV1CK CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
THOnODRKD AinDALEB It you
want a real hunting dog, wo have
thorobrod Atrdalo pups of registered
stock; tho best Alrdalo strain In tho
west. Papers can be soon at 811
Cypross Avo., near Rlrcrsldo school,
or address Hyland KennoU, Box 111
Klamath Falls, Ore. 14-80
AUTO PAINTING and Tinting. Can
saro you 60 to 75 por cent. W. F.
Drown. Phono E69J. 1C-S1
FOR SALE 1918 Butck Blx. A real
ear at a real bargain. Four now
cord tiros, mechanically perfect. In-
qulro Mecca Peel Room. 17-19
WANTED A refined lady wishes
position as companion, will assist
with light housohold duties. .Phono
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISH
W. K. AND J. K. PATTERSON
Phono 196-W 117 N. 4th Bt.
1600 ACRES RECLAIMED SWAMP
land near Algnma, for ront or
lease. For particulars write J. Frank
Adams, Box 481. Klamath Fails.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms,
50 cents a ntght, $3 a week at Hot
Springs Hotel. 8-12
WILD PLUMB VERY SCARCE Mall
ordors will bo tilled at once In
order. Prtco $2.00 delivered In Kla
math Falls. Lloyd's Cash Store.
LakeTlew, Oregon. 9-30
8NAP In ,used Liberty Six, v1919
model, new paint, wonderiul con
dition. Tho best buy of the season
at $800.00 Torms. Dunham Auto
M;r55BirE3iS iT"'n ;yjhi ,r fpo.no
I JOKMUI.K HUATHISNUCK l3TCVUNIN0r ati4fll
FOR RENT A two room turntshed
apartment, wood, water and light
Included. $20. Turner Apartments.
13-130!-813 0ak 8treot- 16-21
J FOR RENT 1200 acres of pasture.
SALESMAN to coror local territory; Inquire, Robt 8. Fry, opposite
selling dealers. Guaranteed salary Miller Hill school. 16-21
of $100 'week for right man. Tho,
Richards Co., 200 Fifth Ato.. New.rm (MIIIIAnK When Jim hhiii
York. N. Y. 16-22' ciirhHBr rrmnv!. rail lOPSS.
this week. Tho crops turned out
Mr. George Furber Is on the sick
'1st. Ho contracted malaria whllo
In California and a trip In the early
part of the summer to ArIzona.and
Mrs. James Owen and daughter,
from Dly, havo been ylsltlng at the
Fred McKendrco homo for tho past
Part of tho postofflco building has been seriously 111 tor the past
was left standing after the tire week. Dr. Hunt from Klamath
and this part has been rebuilt This Falls Is attending him. His many
enabled tho postotflce to be movod friends In this ccctlon of tho country
back to the original place. i hope for a speedy recovery.
Rot. Mr. Watson has returned to Mr. Elza Depuy and Messers John
California to continue his school and Orr Hooper who graduated from
work. Definite arrangements for a the Midland grammar school last
new pastor has not yet boon June are attending High school In
made. Klamath Falls. Thoy report that
Miss Harlett Lawrenco Is spond- they aro getting on nlcoly and like
lng tho weok In Klamath Falls. , Klamath .Falls fine.
Lester Off eld expects to roturn Midland school opened Monday.
w orrauis tomorrow wnere he wm: Soptember 12th, with an enrollmont
enroll as a Junior. of twoiTe pupl,8 During vacation
G. A, R. AucmbU
Klnktlshers make their nests of
September 2S-29 in tusk circuit court of thk
r I STATE OF OltKGON FOR KLA.
INDIANAPOLI8, Bept. 19. For
the fourth time since the Qrand J
Army of tho Republic was orga
nised In 1866 It will convene In In
dianapolis Sept. 26 to 29 for Its an-i
Equity No. 1830
NOTICH OK DOND OIYKlUNd.
Bonled proposals will be rocslvbd
by the Common Council of the City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, for the
purchase of an Issuo of $60,000,00
cunornl. obligation bonds. In deno
minations of $1000.00 or $600.00,
maturing In fifteen years from Au
gust 1st, 1921, without ngni oi prior
redemption. Said Issuo to be known
ns "Klamath rniis, uewor uonur
boarlni a rato of Intorest of 6 per
cent por annum, payable soml an
nually. Roth principal and Intorost
payable at tho Oregon Fiscal Agency
In New York City, Said bonds nro
Issuod and disposed of under tho
charter of said city.
Each proposal to purchmo must be
fllod with tho Police Judgo of said
city on or before 8 o'clock P. M., of
Octobor 8rd, 1921, and bo accomp
anied by a certified chock on some
responsible banking Institution for
5 por cont of amount of tho proposal
Said Issuo will bo disposed of at not
ls than par and nccured Intorest.
Tho council reserving tho rlgbt to
rcjeci uny nnu on prupinma,
A. L. LEAVITT,
Pollco Judgo of tho City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon. 31-30
NOTION TO IllDDIClW.
Ssaltd proposals will be reeiTe4,
up to September 21st. 1911, by
School District No. 81, Klamath
County, for tho conslrutlon of a brlok
school building and tor the Plumbing
and Heating of same, Blda must be
accompanied by a certified check to
tho amount lit 6 wr cent of the bit
or tho same shall be rejected, to be,
made payable in favor of Mr. W. ft
Kiell, clerk of the said DUlrlct, to U
roturnod to bidders upon signing of
contract and to be retained if ana.
cossful blddor falla to enter Into tea
tract at apoclflod. Pinna and noeet
flcatloni may bo obtained from O. R,
Wright, Architect, Klamath Fella,
and u doposlt of $10.00 will be re
quires! for sumo.
rrupoRais may be loft at the of
fice or the architect, Emma Building
up to 6 P. M or till 7.30 P. al., at
(tin mooting place of tho school board
at Hummers School houss, September
Tho board reserves the right to
accopt any ono bid or reject any or
Datod at Klamath Falls, Oregon
this 10th day of September, 1921.
(HIONHU) MRS. W. C. EZBLL.
Hot WateV Each Morning
Puts Roses in Your Cheeks
mt. ana Airs. Leslie ropo ox
pect to bo passengers os) tho morn
ing train for Portland. ,
Miss Edna Merrltt expects to
leave for Corrallls Saturday, whero
she is enrolled as a sophomore.
Mr. Grlmshaw made a business
trip to Klamath Falls yesterday.
.MT. LAKI ITEMS.
A very pleasant birthday surprise
party was glvon to Miss Myrtlo But
1st Thursday afternoon by tho Wo
man a club. Many beautiful presents
were received. Ico cream and cake
. wa served. Thoso present were:
Mrs. Joy FalrcIot Mrs. Otto Wabbls,
Mrs. Jim Stewart, Mrs. George Will
mans, Mrs. Scott Thompson, Mrs.
Alexander Cheyne, Mrs. J. Enman,
Mrs. Clyde Griffith, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Chas. Latta, Mrs. Dan Kaylor, Mrs.
Ed. Ward, Mrs. I, N. Case, Mrs. Bert
Dawson, Mrs. H. D. Morrison, Mrs
8. Eastwood, Mrs. Sam Enman, Mrs.
C. A. Hill, Mrs. John Koontz, Mrs.
Frank Stewart, Mrs. W. M. Cheyne,
Mra. Alex Cheyno, Mrs. J. 8. McCIel-
lan, Miss Mabel Latta, Miss Myrtle
A hunting party consisting of
Messrs. Dan Kaylor, Jess Johson, Ed
Ward and Marlle Johnson left for
Jennie Creek early Wednesday
Harvest has been going full blast
on the Island the post week. Tho
Midland Threshing company Is doing
the work. Largont'a Gofflcs and
Hooper's crops were threshed out
tho school house was repainted and
a fine now flag polo erectod. A new
and up to date Andrews lunar Tolllu
rlan was Installed to replace the old
one. Also a new McConnells com
bination series chart' was purchased.
Miss Lillian Knapp, arrived here
Saturday evening from Berkeley,
Cal., where she stndled in the Unl
Teslty of California during the sum
mer session. In addition to a course
at the University Miss Knapp studied
elocution from Mra. O. M. Bennett,
a notod lecturer and elocutionist, who
has a prlvato studio in Oakland and
Berkeley. Miss Knapp says she en
joyed her work very much In BerkO'
ley as well as cllmato of tho Bay
A. Renya and family left Saturday
for Mexico City, Mexico. The Re
nya family lived several years in
Midland and will bo missed by their
Mrs. J. W. Jory returned a ahort
time ago to Midland, after spending
several weeks vlsltng her sister and
Adal Wllltams Rodrlguei, Plaintiff,
No other cltr has Frank Rodrlgaot. tefendant.
had the eneampment more than TO HODRIGUEZ, DEFEN-
three times. Previous encamp- ,N TE 'NAMB op TE 8TATB 0P
raents were held hero in 1881, OREGON:
1893 and 1920. ' ' You aro hereby required to appear
i On tho opening day, 8unday, past and answer the complaint filed a-
commanders and national officers a,n8t Jou ln ho ";! '.
.... , , on or before Tuesday, the 11th day
of the O. A. R. will occupy pul- of 0ctober( 1921( nnd for fnIlurfl ,J
pits In tho local churches and de- npnear and answer plaintiff will
ltvor patriotic addresses. Monday apply to the court for the relief pray
the credentials and executive com- ed for In her complaint, to-wlt: for a
mlttees will meet and that even- '"ftf1!?1 m docr.co of .tnc ftboto
, .. . .. . entitled court as follews:
lng a reception for the veterans u That ,h. oond. of matrlmony
and members of affiliated organl- now existing, between plaintiff and
tattons will be held In the state defendant be dissolved, on the
house by Governor Warren T. Mc- grounds of cruel and Inhuman treat
n ment rendering plaintiff a life mlior-
-1" -. . .. . . . . aD, burdensomo and unhappy. .
Tho first business seeslon Ukes ,. Tbit pslDltri mIdun ,mC(
place Tuesday morning. Other bust- to-wlt, Adal Wlllams, bo restored to
ness sessions will be held Wednos- her. and that plaintiff have such fur-
day and Thursday. On Tuesday lnor ro"91 " lo oiuuy ana gooa con
' . ... v.... ...- n science may appertain and as to tho
.mu6 ki.uuBb iu 'o roiiri mar aitntn mul
A. B. and allied organizations will October 11th. .1921 Is tho Isst day
be exchanged. of the time prescribed In the order
The veterans' annual parade will f0' Publication of this summons In
tv. k.t.i arAr,MmA,w ..,.... .a which you may appear and answor
be held Wednesday afternoon and itld comp,,nt, tn8 fIrit pube.tion
me anuuni cauniiro tumoi mat inereor being August 29th, 1921 and
night. Tho encampment closes the last publication being October
Thursday afternoon with an autoi10"1' 1921
trin t rn.t n.ni.min Ti.rri.nn Tnl summons Is served by publ ca
trip to Fort Benjamin Harrison. ton by miu of tho Honorablo n.
headquarter of the fifth annynunnell. Judge of the county court
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Advertising brings efficiency.
of tho State of Oregon for Klamath
County, dated Aug. 27, 1921, which
oraer required tbnU summons bo
1 published once a wook for six con
NOTICE FOR jrUBUCATION isuecesslvn weoks, the first publication
(PmblUber) being August 29, 1921 ,.
Departaaewt of the Interior MANNINQ A- OANONO.
V. 8. Land Office, Lakeview, Ore. 'Plaintiff's attorneys, whoso office
Not Coal LasuL Jnly 87, 1921.1 and post office address is Loo'mls
- uunaing. Klamath Falls, 'Klamath
vnTirm i titnh riwn h win.! County. OreKon.
nle Arant whose postofflce address Aug. 29-6-12-19.28-Oct. 3-10.
is Dairy, Oregon, did. on the 2Znd
day of November, 1920. file in this
office 8worn Statement and Appli
cation, No. 011628, to purchase the I
To look one's ttC snd ft one's bst
It to eojov sn Inside UUi rsch morning
io nuta irum toe syttem ino prrrioui
iliy's wsstn, our frrmrntatlont and pi
tonnus toxins brfore It Is borll Into
the blood. Just ss coal, whtn It burnt,
karrs tirhlnd a crrtaln amount of Id
rotnbuitlbhi material In the form of
aikre, so the food sod drink Ulrn sch
day leave In the allmtntary nrgint a
rcrUin amount of InJIgrttltlo mstrrlsl.
which If not tllmlnaUd, form toxins auj
poliont which are thtn tucked Into th
blood through the vrnr ducte which art
InUndtd to suck In only nourishment to
utUlit the body.
If you want to ate the glow of healthy
bloom in your clx-ekt, to ate your skin
grt clrarrr and clearer, you are told to
drink rrtrf morning upon arising, a
plats of hot water with a ttaipoonful
of limestone pbonphatc in it, which Is a
hannhsM mean of washing the waato
material and toxins fron the stomach,
lUrr, kidneys aiul bowtls, thus cleans
ing, swerteolog and purifying the entire
allmtntary tract, before putting more
food into the stomach. "
Olrl and women with ullow sklas,
llr tpolt. iilmjilft or ritIM omn plos
ion. aKn tlioM who wska up vlth .
oxtel tnnmip. bad Utc. ntsfr breath.
other who rn tntheml with hesdaehte,
blllout -ell. rid itnuifli or constipa
tion ihoiild Ix-iHn thlt nhoanlisted not
wnttr drinking and ait aimrrd of rtrf
Dronoiineeil rnull In one or wo wttM.
A nnarier niind of lmetona Bhea
nhate rt rrr little at tho drug store
but U tnlCrlmt to demonstrate that last
as soap and hot water eleantea, purllfS)
ana rrnneiM tho mm on in ouumt, so
hot wtr and limestone phosphate act
on the Intlde orftas. We rautt ahrayi
ranslder that Internal sanitation ie Taet-
ly mors important than outside ekaakl
net, brraute the akin porta do not ab
sorb Impurities Into the bleed, while the
bowel lores do.
women who desire to sens Ben tee
beauty of their comrdtxloa ahouU leak
try this for a wssk aaA aotkf rssuita.
NOTICE TO niDDEltS.
Sealed proposal will be received
8B M BE , Section 20. Township" P t0. MPtraber20th, 1921, by
388, Range 11 HE. Willamette Mer-iCD00' "isiriei no. 65, Klamath
IdUn, and the timber thereon, under! J0,0""' for the construction of a
the provisions of the act of Jane I, J g!Ick .f000' 5u.,Jd,n.,t nd tor lh(l
17S ami art antanftalnrv Wfinwn I PlUmblOg and HeStlDC Of Unit, flldl
as tho "Timber and Stone Law," tfmn' ? ompanled by a certified
such vatne aa might be fixed by ap-i", t0. .,he "monnt or 5 per cent
nralaamant anl that m,..l l'Sl me bid Or the Same Shall ha re.
such application, the land and tlm- 'VS' ioi! mtd0 J"'0'9 ,a '"'
i... ... i... . i.-m of Wm. Bkean. rlarV nf th. .alt ,i,..
mother at Oakland. California. Her Qnt Hundred Twenty Dollarf. the leX' t0 be "turned to blddora upon
mother Uvea in Kansas bnt came timber estimated 80M board feet at ,5IJ'Dr of contract and to be retain-
$1.60 per M, and the land $30.00; ?" " """easiui oiaaer reus to eater
that said applicant will offer final lni, ontnet as specified,
proof In support of his application .? V ni.. . Pociflatlona may be
and sworn ststement on the 7th day 0.Dt,D1?d fr0.m 0-R- Wright, Arhl-
of October. 1921. before Bert C. vS.v.. '""i"" ". or wm. bku
west to escape the hot summers In
the east. Mrs. Jory reports a pleas
ant visit and many motor parties to
different points of Interest In Cali
fornia. Midland begins It's shipping sea
son today. Mr. Beckley of Klamath
Falls will ship eleven carloads of cat
tlo and four of sheep to Bwanson of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Shrlner are the
proud parents of a baby boy. born
September 11. Tho Ititle man was
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
ET the departed ones be boaoo
"sd erra la the grave. Lei too
sculptured marble direct onr foot-'
steps to Hie scene of their loaf
aleepi Let tho chiseled eplteftfi rev
peat their names and tell whero re-
poee the nobly good and wise.
Thomas, U. S. Commissioner, at Kla
math Falls, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time betire patent
Issues, by filing a corroborated af
fidavit In this office, alleging facta
which would defeat the entry.
Notice will be published for nine
consecutive waeka In the Klamath
JAB. T. BURGESS,
Aug. 1 8 15 22 298 12 19 28.
of Chlloquln, and a deposit of $10.03.
mi ue requirea ror same.
Proposals may be Ibft elthor wllh
Wm. 8koen, at Chlloquln, Oregon, up
to 2 .30 o'clock, or with O. R. Wright,
Architect, Klamath Falls. Oregon, up
to 12:00 m. September 20, 1921.
The board reserves tho right to
accept any one bid or reject any or
Dated at Chlloquln, Orewun, this
8th day of September, 1921.
(8IONED) Wm. BKEEN,
Klamath Falls Marble
and Granite Works
1040 Main St. Klamath Falls
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tom It Accommodating
f TOM SEEMS TO BE
GIVING MRS SPENCER
A LOT Of ATTENTION
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