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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1921)
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'tftf EVfeNlNG HERALD, KLAMATrtFALLSdttEGON
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WANTED Woman to holp with
housework two days out of week.
Phono 14U. 7-8
FOR BALE Lot 6 In ttlock 41, Hot
Springs Addition, Klamath Falls.
Mako otter, cost f650.00 In 1913.
Address bid to Mrs. F.E. Norton,
Savoy Hotel, Salt Lake City, UUh.
150 tons ratxod rod top and wild
hay for salo choap Apply W. II,
Goddos, ,Eagla RIdgo Tavorn. 3-10
Host oak solos sowed or nallod and
Goodyear heols, $1.05. Jack Frost,
next to Herald office. Open even
Old newspapore for sale nt Herald
FOIl SALE Cheap, or will trado for
light car. Housohold furniture.
Now Including nil steol Hango and
hooting Rtovo. L. D. Stephonsoj
142 South Rtvorstdo. 3-S
FOR RENT Stoam hoatod room In
private family. Phono 73R. 6-10
WANTED to buy about 3 ton truck,
tlmo payments., rollablo party, act
quick. Box P. A! R. Horald of'lco.
'iTweriiy-Five Var Ago in Linkville
CITV GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed, call I0F.23.
1 1920 Dodge touring car. Now rub
ber, tint class mechanical condi
tion. 1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Rout bargain.
11917 Hudson Supor Six, a real
bargain and guaranteed first class
. 1 1920 Seven passongor Chandler.
Like new. A real bargain with terms.
Inquire of J. C. WRIGHT OR
BUICR BALES AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
FOR SALE: Ono mahogany tablo
and wicker go-cart. 415 Wash. St.
Board by Iho day or woek. Broad
strcot near Main, back of Cliovrolot
WANTED Woman for gonoral
housework. Good wages. Apply 415
Washington. . C-12
I I I I MEW SMOFS t(m fin tu" 1 JLC I JL?WJ
NEW TKOTSHOM "OSCID TOMB OP 'I PwwH -.
TUB BOWS TO COM" MoM RIGHT SoST ' B
IN THB MIDDLE F COUNTY AIB WEEK '' ' i JnMT
In England more than ltf.'OOO Vo
nion registered as domostloi servants
nro drawing unemployment bono'flts,
notwithstanding tho fact thnt houso-
Syivos gtllcomplalnot tholr inabil
ity (9 oDiain. noip.,;
Ulerald'elaRSlflod ads moan tho best
Ono on tho big English railway
has ' curious rogulatlonj forbldtng
womon to occupy scats In tho smok
Ing compnrtmonts, unloss thoy aro
willing to pny nit oxtra six conts on
Mnltn flint itlto rtitimr work! Pat
U In llir limilc. -
FOR SALE Olft newspapers at Her
OTII STREET PAINT SHOP
W. E. and J. E. Pattorson, con
Doalors In Paints, Oils and varn
Dutch Boy whlto lead, 915.50 per
Puro Llnsoed oil $1.40 por gal.
25 por cont off on nil Enamels and
030 South Oth. St. 4-10
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISH
WALL PAPER f
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phono 19C-W 127 N. 4th '8t.
WILL HONOR IN
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Oct. 8.
George Rogers Clark, conqueror of
the northwost of Revolutionary days
and brothor of William Clark, tho
colloaguo of Moriwothor Lewis In tho
.Lewis and Clark expedition In ex
ploring the far northwest, is to bo
honored, in his native county of Al
bemarle by a momorlal In bronte
presenting htm on horseback as tho
central figure, of a group which soon
will be placed in a park hero near
the entranco to the campus of the
University of Virginia.
Tho group, the work of Robert In
gersoll Altken, a Now, York sculpture
whose previous masterpiece" Is tho
McKlnley Monument in Golden Otto
years tho loglslnturo of his nnilvo
stnto .tondorod him a sword. Ho was
thon living In Loulsvlllo, Ky.. whera
his gravo Is now marked by n monu
ment which Is an imprcsslvo nnd dl?
nlflod tributo to his worth and recoR
nltlon of his services.
Clark recetvod for his servlco dur
ing tho Revolution a grant of land
art of whieb.'noar Loulsvlllo, be
spent his last years.
1,421 Miles of Road
SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 7. "Of
tho 1847 miles of road work under
taken by the state of Idaho in 1920,
approximately 1,421 miles will bo
completed by November, and tho re
maining 66 miles will be complotod
tho first of tho year," said William
Hall, Idaho commissioner of public
works, who was In Spokane recently.
Fifty two mllos of road havo boon
paved with either coment brick, and
the balance with, gravel or crushed
rock) macadam. The roads vary in
Park, San Francisco was a gift to T " loel" unirornmy
the University of Virginia by Paul a '" cuo"rcn county roaas
nnji.. ir.i-ii - ..... . ...I la being secured. Mr. Hall said thru
uwuiw Miimiuu, a ziaiive oi mi
city and an alumnus of tho Univer
sity. It epitomises tho adventure and
'achievement of tho noted Virginian
In exploringj.andacquiring. tho terri-
' i tory between the Mississippi and tho
Alleghanles known as tho Northwest.
There are soven figures in tho
group. Clark, on horseback, la in the
''center and dominates the group. He
Is parleying with two Indian chiefs
whose distrust "or enmltv is known in
every footuro, and especially in their
pose, In which their backs are partly
turned on the explorer and his Vir
ginians. Clark's party is ropreeentoa
by threo figures In typical hunter
garb. Two of thorn held their flint
Jocks In readiness for defense, or in
throat. The third figure Is posod over
a barrol of powdor. A young squaw,
the third Indian 'figure holds a baby.
George Rogers Clark was a native
of Albemarle County. Tho slto of tho
"houso in which bo was born is still
'shown about threo miles northeast
of Charlottesville It is in full view
of Montleello and thore aro evidences
In Jefferson's lettors that he was ac
quainted with the Clark family.
Virginia, whom ho so signally
honorod, was Blow to acclaim
George Rogers Clark. In his last
a Doing secured, Air. Hall said thru
the adoption of stato standards by
tho counties. This system has raised
the gonernl standard, ho said.
Pensions From Va,
RICHMOND. Vtt, Oct. 8. Virgin-
as conioaorate pensioners now
number 9VE75 about one-bait fit
whom nre' .women. Tho stato auditor
declares It Is becoming increasingly
apparent that tho veto ran s aro pass
ing away far more rapidly than tholr
wives, duo to tho fact that in nearls
all instances on rocord tho wives aro
considerably younger than tholr hus
bonds. Many of tho votorans woro
Virginia pays its Confodornto vet
erans $200 a year In case of total
blindness, $100 a year. In caso of
total disability, and pays $60 a year
to widows of votorans who wore mar
ried boforo May 1, 1880.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 8i A dlsputo as
to who founded St. Louis has been
settled in tho opinion of the Mis
souri Historical Society. Tho society
assorts Plorro Laclede, French fur
trador, was tho foundor.
Itocords of tho Society show that
Laclede dlroctod August Chouteau,
24 yonrs old, to land on tho slto of
tho city. Chouteau with a party sot
foot horo Fob, 14, 1764, according to
tho rocords and Lacledo arrived lator
but was recognized as tho foundor.
Rocently a proposition to oroct a
momorlal for Choutoau was discuss
ed. Tho historical socloty announced
that Henri Chouteau, a dlroct des
cendant of Choutoau and a merabor
of tho socloty, ottered to pay tho
cost of tho momorlal provided the
monument would name Choutoau as
tho founder of tho city. Tho of for was
Then tho descendant had an in
scription on tho tombstono of Chout
eau rocut. Tho society declared tho
original Inscription gave, tho birth of
Chouteau as 1750 and said ho' was
sent by Laclode, but In'tho rocuttlng
claimed that tho date of birth was
changed to 1740, making Chouteau's
ago whon bo arrived hero 24 and
making it appear Choutoau was tho
Both sides In tho controversy fin
ally agreed upon Fathor Lawronco J.
Kenny, professor of history at St.
Louis University, as arbltor In the
Father Kenny, In his findings, veri
fied the position of the eocloty and
said authentic rocords show that
Cboutoau'a mother was born In 1733
and that If Chouteau was born' In
1740 n9 maintained by his descend
ants, his mother would have been
only seven years old when ho was
born. Tho arbltor suggested that
Choutoau bo credited as a coworker
DORR1S, Ca., Oct. 8-r-Mrs.sLou;
isa E. Richardson Is visiting .relatives
in Dorrls for a few days. Bhe resld.es
J. D. Waltz nnd Wm. O. Hagol
stoln in tul o a business visit 'to Malln
A. B. McDonald wan In town 'on
business from tho J. F. Ranch yestor
v Improvements nro bolng mado In
tbo tolophono oxchnngo oftlco rondor
Ing tho tfervlco moro accommodating
!K. B. Toft hnH returned from a few
days door hunting trip but without
tho covotod prize.
A commlttco of tho Dorrls Cham
ber of Commorco spont Thursday nf
lornoon soliciting subscriptions from
business men for completion of tho
portion of tho Weed to Klamath Falls
highway nllottod to this community.
Contributions woro received llborally,
making It poBslblo to go ahead with
tho work this fall. Tho Macdoel
chambor is working an that end of
T. G. McCarthy, salesman for tho
Burroughs Adding Machlno company
dropped In yesterday for a chat with
local business houses.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. Twohy aro
spending a tow days In Klamath
Tho threshing outfit operated by
Kolloy and Ethrldgo has just finished
with tho grain crop of W. H. Moore
and has pulled on to' tho othor,sldo
of tho valley whero tho remainder of
tbo soason will bo apont.
4he ideal method
, Electrically equipped kitchens hold
-no terrors for the housewife. They
'are-coolcozy, and comfortable in
.the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
'racking tension caused 6y wood
stoves. The expense is surprising
"ly low. Let us tell you about it.
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to C o'clock of the day.
Following lg tbo sunrlso and sun
sot tablo for tho coming week:
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Oct. 2 77 40
Oct. 3 ........80 43
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Oct. 5 82 46
Oct. 6 .78 43
Oct. 7 77 44
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SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
Equity No. 1352
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
Butto Valloy Stato Bank, a cor
R. A. Mitchell, Dofondant.
To R. A. Mitchell, dofondant abovo
named: In tho name of tho Stato of
Orogon you aro horeby required to
appear and answer tho complaint fil
ed against you In tho abovo entltloa
causo within six weoks from the date
of tho first publication of this sum
mons, nnd if you fall so to appear
or answer, for want thcroof, plain
tiff will, apply to this Court for the
roller prayed for in bis complaint on
filo herein, to wit: for Judgment
against you for, tbo sum of $1028.78,
together with Interest thoroon at tho
rato of six porcont por onnim from
April 15, 1921; for tho further sum of
$619.50. together with Interest thoro
on at. tho rato of six porcont por an
num from April 27, .1921; tor the
sum of $250.00 as attorney's foes,
nnd for tho costs and disbursements
of this suit; and for .decreo of this
Court' adjudging nnd decreeing that
tho aforesaid sums constituting a
valid lion In plaintiff's favor against
tbo premises doscribed as:
Situato in Klamath county,.
Orogon, LotH 2, 3, and 4 of
Block 15 of Bocond , Falrvlow
Addition to tho City of Klamath
and ordorlnt? that said Hon bo fore
closed and said premises sold In tho
manner provided by law and the 'pro
coeds from, such Balo'appliod in pay-
Prices may advanco any
day, this la your notice, no
further guarantee on prices.
Buy your OREEN SLAB
or BLOCK-WOOD' now and
avoid advances that are sure
to come. Ask about our
' For Your Heater
"Wood to (burn
410 BUia St Phone -DM
mont of tho sums hoieln boforo men
tioned. This summons is Borvod upon, you
by fubllcatlon in tho Evening Herald,
a dally newspaper printed, published,
and of general 'circulation in Klam
ath, County, Orogon, onco a wookTor
six weoks, by'ordor of tho Hon. D.
V, Kuykondall. made and entorod on
Soptember 30, 1921. Tho dato of
first publication of 'this summons is
October 1, 1921.
R-. C. GROESBECK, attornoy for
Plaintiff. Address Klamath Falls,
POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
BROADWAY at STARK ST.
Wo sug'gost you' wrlto, phone
wire for reservations
Arthur H. Mayors, Manager
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