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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WHNJBOAT, OCTOBER B, 1MU
.The Evening Herald
K. J. MUIUtAY Kdltor
VRKV BOUIiK City KiHtor
Published dally except Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
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Entered at tho postoftlco at Kla
math .Falls, ,Orc, (or .transmission
"through 'tho malls as eocond-class
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I entitled to the use (or publication ot
all ews dispatches cred tod to It,
1 or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and also the local news pub
MTTfcE. SHEEP IT lOIflTfl
MOVING SOUTH STAt ON THE JOB
AVKDlN'HSDAV, OtTCOBKU B, 1081
'. 'MIDLAND, Oct. 6. Stockmen
, .who jhlp (rom Midland .are very
much handicapped because the
.Southern .Pacific ha., sot placed a
station agent here f yet. - 8toekmon
.are. making a, protest because It, Is
much, more conrealent to ship most
of .the .cattle from this , point than
from. any other place In the connty.
Midland ovory other season was con
sidered the largest shipping point
In this section of tho country.
In spite ot tbta handicap, a lot of
shipping-is done hero on account of
Midland's, geographical position. R.
.T.. Carey,, stock - buyer from 8an
Francisco, Is shipping flvo carloads
ot eattlo and eight carloads of sheep
to .Rathblum Packing company to
'.day. '.Mr, .Carey buys sheep, cattle
Harry Counard, .stock buyer from
San Francisco, was in this vicinity
today buying, for the Verdon Pack'
lng .company.ot San Francisco. Ho
expects to mako a large shipment In
In a few' days.
.Frank Adam', from Merrill, ship
ped GO head of horses, several days
John .pepuy and. eon, Alfred, I.
It. Davidson and Wm. Tlngley from
Miller ft)0?B.ave returned tram their
annual cattle drive to this place
with their stock.
31 r. Wilcox, who chaperoned the
pupils from Miller Hill Dairy Herd
club fo the state fair, returned yes
terday morning. They made .the
trip from Salem to this place In 60
'hoars. They traveled day and
The members ot the club gave a
demonstration ot milk testing at the
state fair which was witnessed by
a largo crowd. Tho different mem
bers' of tho club , answered the ques
tions the crowd asked. Thoso (rom
Miller Hill that were selected to go
were Miss Mary Schulmlor and
Gulda Robustellanlo. and Lee Ezell
(rom the Summers.. district.
, While In Salem, the members par
ticipated in a Judging, centest: The
score' was as follews: Outdo Robus
tell In I, 325 points; Mary Schulmelr,
.- 285 -points; Leo Ezell, 290 points.
This was considered a very good
score a scoro which the club can
be proud of.
Eight pupils of the Miller Hill
Dairy club are. going to make, dem
onstration ot milk testing at too
county fair Friday.
Within tho past two weeks, many
bands of sheep .brought, rora .Cali
fornia for summer rango in tho na-
ftlonal forests of this stato have
been drlvon south to their wintor
homo by the. owners. Nearly all
the roads loading, south have boen
blocked at times by bunchoa rang
ing In - numbers from a tow hun
dreds to the thousands.
Sunday, tho band belonging to
Ted - Sullivan, vwhich has - ranged
north -of the Wocus Marsh, waa
brought into this city, and autoiats
say that while toljowing.in the roar
of them tho dust waa so heavy that
Jhoy (airly ..choked. .Nearly. 300
head ot. cattle, i belonging ;;to .Rex
.M'lleri. whose raoohla north of
Rocky Point,) were sent, to , this city
early this, week for southern .trans
portation. .Stockmen report that- the stock
this summer has been fed - better
than at any .time riori years,
that the. .cattle were .npt annoyed
by. the usual-ny pest as in jarwtr
years, accounting .tor their weight
EihiWm o'pmn ;
Next Monday night at the Elks
Club at Third and Matn street Schlld
krot'g Orchestra, composed ot sir
pieces, and directed by., Samuel
Schlldkret, will appear in tho first
entertainment ot a sorles ot four
which will bo glvon under tho aus
pices ot Klamath Falls Lodge 1247,
D. P. 6. E.
This series of entertainments und
er tho Moneloy Lycoum course will
bo open to the general public of this
county and tickets may bo secured, by
calling at tbe Elks Club. Tho Schlld
krot Hungarian orchestra ot Chicago
Is well known in tho eastern cities
and tho present members were in
cluded In many Important Masonic
affairs in the east. They have played
before Mrs.. Potter Palmer of New
York, Mrs, Marshall Field and Mrs,
Harold McCormlck, also at Washing
ton D. C. .fluriag tfce RooMvelfad
PORTLAND ,MAN ,COUIiDN"T HAT
OR 8LKEP WKIJ FHKLH FINK
HINUE TAKING TANLAO
"I can testify that Tanlac does
just, what, thoy say it will do,'1 said
John Carlson, 1034 Front St., Port
"I don't bollove any ono ever suf
fered more Trom stomach trouble and
everything that goes with it than I
did for two years. L Rot to. whero I
not only couldn't eat to any good,
but I couldn't sleep much cither, and
was so weak and run down It took
all my grit to stick, on the job.
"I.dont know what it la about Tan
lac, but there is certainly something
in it that builds a man up and makes
him feel fine all the time. I eat,
loop, and work 'better than I have In
years. This medicine waa Indeed a
friend in need."
Tnle and Taalao Vegetable Pills
are soldbr Druggists everywhere.
a - ,
New shoes JtoM. Old shoes resoled
atThft Bvaaa Shoe- Oo.
TKE DALLES, Oct. 5. A verdict
of guilty was returned by a Jury try
Ing Abo Evans, charged with the
murder of James Doran, who was
killed on. the. road west ot here while
driving Erracs and his companion
'Surplus? women in Great Brit
aln are estimated .at 1,700,000, of
whom 186,565 are In Scotland.
FOR' RENT Four room house,. fully.
luriwauvu, jiosunuuiu, no cnuaren,
013 Rose St. near North end 10th.
on the' 3rd day of September; 1921.
riuntln. uliAMhv' sriven that I. will
on the.ethTday of Octobrri1921; at
we .front ooor or-tno county couri,
tin,,. In Klamath ' U"J1. "Klamath
Connty, State of Oregon, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon' of aald day, sett at
public auction to the highest bidder.
for casn, tne louowing aescriooo. pro
T.n nnn anil Ihn aAtlttlMUt OUaftOr
of tho northeast quarter ot Section
4, township 41 south, range 10 East
of-,Wlllam&Uo,Morldlan, In Klamath
tninin nnri InTlnit noon ns the nro-
perty of tho said defendants, or as
much thoreof as may do. necessary 10
.atlofv (hn anM (tiilrmnnt ln.favor of
ennnin .T. PlrVntt nmlnst said defend
ants, W11Q lnioroBi iiiuruuu, mtnuui
with all costs and.disDursoments mat
havo or may accrue.
Dated at Klamath' Falls, Oregon,
September 7, 1921.
L. L. LOW, Sheriff,
by Burt E. Hawkins; Deputy.
.Sept. 7-i4-ai-. uct. -o
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE ot an execution duly
issued by tho Clerk ot the Circuit
court ot the county or Kiamatb,.Btate
ot Oregon, dated Jho Gth day ot Sep
tember, 1921, in a certain action, In
tho circuit court (or said .county and
state, wherein Fannie J. Pickett as
plaintiff recoverod Judgment against
H. I. Hayes, personally, and as ad
ministrator of the estate ot Sarah
Jane Hayes, 'deceased, for tho sum of
Flvo Hundred .Dollars, with interest
at 8 per cent per' annum from July
20. 1919, attorneys .fees In the sum
ot $150, together with $36.53 with
interest thereon at 6 percent per an
num from June 11. 1921, and costs
and. disbursements taxed at $59.80
NOTICE FOR PtmMCATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Not coal land
U. 8. LAND OFFICE at. Ukevlew,
s. .regea. Sept. is, ivxit
NOTICE is hereby given that Wll
Ham -Worden, of Midland; Oregon,
who, on Nor. 29th. 1916. made
Homestead - Entry, No., 08398, for
Lot 3, .Section 28. Township 40 S,
Range 9 E.. Will. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final
three-year Proof, tor establish claim
to tho land above- described, before
C.; R. DoLap,. ClerWof "the County
Court, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on
tho 3rd day "of November, 1921. " ,
Claimant .names as witnesses: '"
W. O. Sherll. T. J. Lyons.' C. W.
, Potter, Jx W. Jgry,all of Midland,
urcKon. ' ,
(Notice will bo published for five
consecutive .weeks in the Klamath
J. F...BURQESS, Rogister.
FOR RENT Underwood typewriters
. Wint'orsJowolry Store. " 5-7
,'A good bed and a good, bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and 741 Walnut Ave. C
FOR SALE Oood piano, slightly
used., First,, class condition,' $225.
Winters' Jewelry Store. ',"5-7'
Board ,by the day or week. Broad
stroet near Main, back ot White Poll
can garage. 4-5
FOR RENT 3 room furnished
house.. $20 per month. 1021 Wash.
FOUND Colllo dog, Call 646 Alain:
r ;oda. rv '- ' ' 6-6
FOR RBNTpnof5,room and' ono, 3'
room tinimv xtnnn InfOu'll tlr"UTnt.
nut AV0. ' G-6
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms,
1 also bedrooms,, breakfast it de
sired, Phono 337J. 6
FOIfSALE Duroe Jorsoy bonr; 3
boar pigs Ky Taylor much, Knno
WANTIJ1 to rent on shares, sbeat
40 aero Irrigated ranch with eHk
& oquipmont. Must have houso,.feaam
and water. Addtesn Box 583, Herald
A suit to colloct a noto for $131
with Intorost from August 11, 192 at
ton por cent, and ,nttorney-.es
amounting, tp, $C0.,w83 tled Is, the
circuit ,eourt' ycstorilay afiernoon by
tho First National Bank against W.
ntako;and John O'Shna.
v s i i i f " f ' ' V f
FOR SALE $200 Brunswick phono-'
graph for ?ne: another $175
Brunswick for $125.00: also one
$125 Pathe .for JSS.OO-W.iateral
jowuiry aioro. o-Y
FOR BALE Lot 6 in Block 41, Hot
Springs Addition.. Klamath. Falls.
Make ottor, coat T660.00 In 1913.
Address bid to Mrs. F. B. Norton,'
Bavoy Hotel; Salt Lake City, UUh.
LOST Automobile crank, . on Math
'et.. or Conger ave.':Flnde please'
return to Herald office; 5-6
LOST Clip for .380 Remington au
tomatic. Reward If retaraed to
Herald officer" 5-$
COME IN AND COM
, PARE MY, PRICES
GEO. L. METZ, Jeweler
lhei Man Who Always Sella for Leu
622 Main St. Phone 72
Make sure of your
sight know Its true con
dition. It is impossible
to ncortaln this without
a thorough, examination
of your eyes. '
Take avantago ot our
kill . and . experience In
sight testing. Learn
whether" you really need
(lasses or not, ,
Call and see us tbdsy.
We'll tell yon frankly
what, you oaght to- do
fou. may do it or sot, as
rou tninic nest. Tne, nnai
decision .rests entirely
Don't handicap your
future .succees by permit
Una; your eres to becomo
H. J. WINTERS
THE KLAMATH GRAIN EXCHANGE
Sole agency forjthe largest ueatern
Will buy your, grain at top market prices
for cash. See or phone
BQLDISCHAR AND VOCHATZEft
Mahn,.Ure. and rvlamath rails, Ore.
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Next to the Liberty Theater
Com THURSDAY NIGHT and
tget one.of the FREE FRIZES
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.y, t rupt) 11 .
Following its progressive policy) to keep abreast of
the times, not only in bringing to the city the best there
is in Pictures, Musical Comedies and Vaudeville, we
.have decided to take another step forward, and give
Co our. patrons
Free Prizes Every Thursday Night
There is no string attached to thu offer it it free.
Tomorrow night we will give free
1 side of bacon, ' I lb, best creamery butter,
10 lb, sack of flour, 1 spring chicken, fryer,
4 lbs, Sweet Shop candy, 1 lb Tree Tea,
10 lbs, potatoes, 5 lbs, sugar,
' 1 dozen eggs, ' 1 large can vegetables,
- Every night your name r is written on a card and )'
placed in a box. Every" Thursday night some T of .these ."
namesjwill.be flrawn and these will be presented abso-
i lutely free wth one of the articles we are giving away
N ADDITION TO THIS
"Country Store Featuite" ;
, WEVlLL SHOW TOMORRrOWNiQHT
Billy Rhpades in "Nobody Giriw i
the thrilling sea picture, showing the rescue by aero-
plane in mid ocean of the heroine. This is said to be
one of the most stirring pictures ever. Starred in by.r,
JWlly Rhoades. Also, Bessie Love in Bonnie May,"
triA li or Senlch itnrv. In arlrliHnn 1mm 'vinll ' Lv aU'v
- - m- m . u atl ii . .rf iTf
usual pictorial review, and comedy.
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