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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1M1.
FURNISHED UOUM AND DOARD
for two men. Uso of phono nnd
bath. Apply at 001 Pine St. or phono
WiILTj TUB TWO young men who
callod on tbo operator at tho Star
theatre, Klamath Falls about March
6th, 1921, to learn moving plcturo
operating and electricity, please write
Hoy O. Patch, Klamath Falls, Oro
FOR RENT Room and board In pri
vate family. 3G0 9th street.
, ' 10-14
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
front room.' Bath and phono. 612
N. 9th St. OStf
MOORE ROOMS UNDER NEW
management. 75c and $1.00 - In
cluding bath. 1313 Main. 07-14
FOR SALE 1 1920 8 passonger
Ford, Electric startor, good condi
tion. Klamath Falls Anto Co.
SM Mala Phono 240
STOCKTON LIVESTOCK CO.' .
t.N. B Dorado St. Stockton, Oat.
' PbosMwt 1883, 1SJS
WVj are In the market for Beef Cat
tle, Feeder Cattle, Calves, Hogs,
"Bheep and Lambs. Write or wire for
Information regarding prices, etc
STOCKTON LIVESTOCK CO.
SI N. El Dorado St. Stockton, Gal,
St IMS, INS
CRT OARBAGE Wbea you want
i revered,, call lep.M.,
FOR BALE Oift newspapers at Her
Old newspapers for tale at Herald
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
LBSSOft 8 GUARANTEED
POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND
BBQINNER8 ADVANCED PUPILS
HKROLLMKNTS CLOSE, NOV. lSTfl
F. B. CLARK INSTRUCTOR
825 LINCOLN, PHONE 646J
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. tf
FOR RENT A fine dairy farm. Call
910 Main street. . 11-17
FOR SALE Winchester 30-30 riflo
bt half prlco. Sll Roosevelt
IF YOU HAVE a position for a young
lady in your office, storo or shop
call 515R. 12-16
FOR RENT Steam heated room in
private family. Phono 73R.
FOR SALE Genuine leather up
holstered mahogany rocker. Phone
FOR RENT 40 acres good fall pas
ture. Inquire of Henry Cratt,.R.
1, Klamath Falls, Oregon. 12-13
WANTED 2 or 3. good milk vcows
for their feed this winter, Vnust
be fresh or freshen this, fall. Henry
Cratt, R. 1, Klamath Falls. 12-13
FOR SALE Ono Sprlnflold rifle,
good shape, price $25.00. 901 Rose
FOR RENT Furnished room for
gentleman. Hot and cold water.
505 9th St. 12-16
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FOR RENT G room modern houso
on Crescent street, unfurnished.
Inquire 1116 Lincoln after five.
FOR SALE 4 room house with bath,
225 mostly Rhode Island Red hens,
1 cow, $800 worth of turnlturo. All
for $2,850. 511 Roosevelt. 12-14
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
1VE GOT THAT
LOAD OP COAL
YOU WANT IT f
LiaB . . . :p ,'sas'" ) yBM-. at. ittBCSS jj.
1 1920 Ford Sedan, only run a short
1920 Dulck 6, guaranteed In Al
11918 Dulck 4.
11918 Dulck 6.
Inquire of J. C. WRIGHT OR
UUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
FOR SALE Two bicycles
Call 408 N. 6th street.
FOR .SALE Four room furnished
house, garage, 225 hens, Jersey
cow, prlco 12860. Also new four
room unfurnished house, nrlce 11600
Attractive terms. Wisbard-Wood-
Bentley, 121 N. 8th street. 12-13
FOR RENT 200 acres alfalfa pas
ture C. J. Bradbury, 1 mile east
of Wilson. Bridge 12-15
WANTED A family of experienced
farmers to do farm work. Prefer
family with cqulpmont. Apply at
ranch opposite Miller Hill school.
j OREGON BREVITIES
ALBANY Another cleanup on
traffic law violators waa made by
Kenneth Bloom and J. J. McMabon,
Inspector, for the state highway traf
fic department. The total finos col
lected from careless or will ful auto-
mpblledrlvera aggregated $86, la ad
dition to costs,-which totaled 160.60,
a grand total of $135. There were
NEWPORT Never has this com
munity been confronted by such ex
traordinary circumstances as the at
tempt of Mary C. 'Wells, formerly
of Oswego, to marry John Bend, an
Invalid, now unconscious, who Is a
pensioned veteran of the Civil War
and said to be a pensioned employe
ot the Southern Pacific railroad com
pany, having been a locomotive en
gineer. PORTLAND Two housand dol
lars la rolling through the nails to
Victor Hugo Paquet, 6 35 -East Nine
teenth street North, Portland, be
cause' be won first prize In the Cos
mopolitan $7000 prlte award contest
baaed on the plot of Louis Joseph
Vance'a novel, "Allaa the Lone Wolf,"
which concluded in the September
PORTLAND Guests at the Benson
hotel hero wero routed from' th:lr
beds Tuesday by a fire which started
on the top floor in tbo tailor estab
lishment of the hostelry. Occupants
of rooms woro warned and fled In
negligee and such clothing as thoy
could hastily assemble. Damage
principally duo to water was estim
ated at $10,000.
SACRAMENTO., The estimated
potato crop ot California this year
will total 13,132, 000 bushels, accord-
in to estimates ot the1 Department of
Agriculture Just Issued. The total
crop for tho Unlnted States Is estim
ated at 323,000,000 bushels, which Is
105,68,000 bushels below the estim
ated production of last year of 428,
MADDOCK. Definite action has
been taken by Sutter county super
visors toward the construction of 'a
Sutter county highway section which
will establish a direct connection be
tween KnlghtB Landing, Yolo county,
and Maddock, in the heart of the
The supervisors havo $97,200,
1919 bond Issue money, for the con
struction of this road, which approx
imates four and one-half miles.
' ' , ' I
ANDERSON. An Interesting old
"sajJBSBI ,,c,,ri, r- vn.. ucaD TUATr rnltl
M I GOING IN THE CELLAR?. WELL
BRING IT RIGHT I I GOT THAT FOR NOTHING! fnTTrV
IN THE BASEMENT I BILL ROBERTS IS MOVING WTO j I rJSrVlvSS
DOOR AROUND. H A RAT AMD SID ME HAD ATOM tlW)p WCK!
ON THE SIDE! U OF COAL IN HIS BA3EMENT I fV ' "
Am 0 -iANPGETIT! f W - !
Winchester rifle 'wag shown by Rice
and Story at" tho County fair. Tho
gun was glvon to Frod Schuler tn
1861 by Tohnma county cltlzons
along with six other rifles. Tho
weapons woro usod by londors of tho
men who captured and killed tho
trlbo of Indians which murdered tho
mother of Frod Dersch, who now ro
sides on Boar creok. Schuler Is tho
only survivor of tho party of whites
who took part In tho Indian hunt,
and tho gun la tbo only ono left of
tho sovon that is still in working
' SACRAMENTO. Tho raisin in
dustry of California is now declared
one of, thla state's principal business
es, and on August 22 1921, tho
greatest single shipment lof drlod
fruit ever made in the history ot
railroading waa started from Fresno
over the Santa Fo railroad, when
flvo trains, loaded with 7000 tons
ot raisins were sent on their way
to ralsln-hungry markets of the
REDDING. Eloven deer were
killed in tho mountalna noar hero
by a party of local deer hunters who
left Redding ten days -ago.
CIEICO District Attorney John R
Robinson Issue,! a statement warning
of thla clt to bo careful how they
prescribe ll.iuor to patients.
Ho stated physicians throughout
the county nn becoming tao i-areloss
and too freo In tho manner In which
they fill Uq r prescriptions.
SACRAMENTO Tlmos change.
Before prohibition, California grow
ers at times considered "$20 to, $26
per ton a good price for winu grapes.
And there were reasons when grow
ers were willing to take tbelr money
In three payments.
Thla season wine grapes aro net
ting the growers around $200 In the
big Eastern markirj.
ALTURAS Tho proposition that
the Northern California-Oregon rail
road will carry mall and operato a
passenger train dally If adequate pay
Is forthcoming Is being taken dp with
chamber ot commerce and merchants
at Lakeview, Ore., Eaglovtlle, Adlrn,
Cedarvllle and ottae- points In Call
fornla touched by the railroad.
SACRAMENTO Plans for the im
mediate raising by the cities and
commercial organization) In Northern
California and touching San French
co and the Bay district of $100,000,
to be placed with $3,600,000 In build
ing the Victory 'Highway across tho
stato of 'Nevada, thereby making It
possible for tho tourist travel from
tbo East to be diverted Into the 'sce
nic playgrounds of California, are to
bo discussed here at a rfood roads
BERKELEY The proponed spec
tacular Interrelation ot "Tbo Queen
of Shoba" planned by students of tbo
Uninverslty of California for tbo
Greek Theatre Is off. Onco again
artistic purity has been subjugated by
thoso who see only evil In unclad
beauty. The president's offlco of the
university says the "show is naugh
ty." Therefore, there will be no
Shoba shown on tho campus.
, BLY ITEMS.
Mrs. L. A. Richardson was tho
charming hostess for the Ladles Em
broidery Club, Wednesday, October
5. After an enjoyable afternoon
spent in embroidery work, delicious
refreshments were served. A short
business meeting followd and the
meeting adjourned to convene at the
home of Mrs. C. W, Warren on Wed
nesday, October 19. Those present
were: Mrs. a us Bell, Mrs. J. A. Par
ker, Mrs. Mulkey, Mrs. Jas Dixon,
Mrs. Frank Obenchaln, Mrs. William
Flnley, Mrs. O. W. Howard, Mrs, Tom
Garrett, Mrs. Jas, Lytle, Mrs. E. T.
GIvan, Mrs. Dajlaa Glvan and host
Marvin Cross and C. W. Warren
spent several days In Klamath FoIIb
during the past weak. While there
Good Luck With
Twenty-Five Years Ago in Linkville
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Mr. Cross attended tho Klamath Ro-
doo Association meeting. Mr. Cross.
has boon selected as a committeeman I
from tho Bly district by tho associa
tion. Mrs. Frank Obenchaln, accompa
nied by her sons, Matt and Frank,
left Dly on Saturday for Jacksonville.
They will spend a week visiting with
friends and relatives boforo their
return to Bly.
Mrs. Jas. Bell and children are
spending the week visiting at tho
home of Mrs. Cora Flnley of Ashland.
Evert Bell.'-oldest son of Mr. and Mra.
Bell Is attending' High school at Ash
land. Tho dance, given at the Bly Com
munity Hall was well attended by tho
valley peoplo. Muslo was furnished
by the Lakeview orchestra.
Miss Alice Walker, teacher In the
Yalnax public school, .attendod tho
dance Saturday night.
Tho Bly school waa closed on Fri
day ot last week to give the children
and teacherg an opportunity to attend
"Chlldrens Day" at the county fair.
There will be no school this week
on account of Institute being hold In
Klamath Falls for all county teach
ers. SCHOOL RECORDS BROKEN.
LOS ANGELES, Cal , Previous
records wore broken by registration
of 118,000 boys and, gtrlj In public
scboola hero, exclusive of thoso en
rolled forrp-i".':il work.. It In ix
pected 12'i.00J will bo enrolled be-
for tho Christmas holidays.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNER.
SlOP, MANAGE.MENT, CUMUL
ATION, ETC., REQUIRED i,y
TUB ACT OF CONGRESS OF
AUGUST S, 1012,
Ot Tho Evening Herald published
daily at Klamath Falls, Oregon for
October 1, 1921.
State ot Oregon
County ot Klamath, ss.
Before me, a Notary Public in and
for tbo State and county aforesaid,
personally appoared E. J. Murray,
who) having been duly sworn accord
ing to law, deposes and Bays tnat no
is tho Editor of the Evening Herald
and that tho following is, to tho best
of his knowledge and belief, a true
statoment ot the ownership, manage
ment, and If a dally paper, tho cir
culation), etc., ot tho aforesaid publi
cation for the date shown In tho
above caption, required by the Act of
August 24, 1912, embodied In section
443, Postal Laws and Regulations,
printed. on the rovorso of this form,
1. That the names and addresses of
tho publisher, editor and business
Publisher Herald. Publishing Co.,
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Editor, B. J. Murray, Klamath
.Business Manager R, M. Murray,
Klamath Falls, Ore.
2. That the owners are: E. J. Mur
ray, Klamath Falls, Ore. R. M. Mur
ray, Klamath Falls, Ore.
3. That the known bondholders.
mortgagees, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort
gages, or otner securities are:
First National Bank, Klamath
4. That the twp paragraphs next
a Kick In It
GOOD LUCK? I'LL SAY
THAT TON OF COAL 15
FIFTEEN BOCKS AND
COSTS ME IS FOR THE.
HAULING OVER HERE i
IVW BESJN VWVnowe
HIS fVkftEKTS, RSTUftNeD
abovo, giving tho names ot tho own-
o". stockholders, and security hold
" " Mrs1!'"1, "A .?l lhJ! "!
as thoy apponr upon tho books ot
tho company but also, In cases where
tbo stockholder or socurlty.holdor ap-
pears upon1 tho books df tho company
as trustpo or In- any other fiduciary
relation, tno namo of tho person
corporation for whom such trusteo Is
acting. Is glvon; also that tho said
two paragraps contain statomonts em
bracing affiant's full knowledge nnd
bollcf as to tho circumstances and
conditions under which stockholders
and security holders who do not ap
pear upon1 the books ot the company
as trustees, hold stock and securities
In a capacity other than that of a
bonaiflde ewner: and this affiant has
no reason to beljeve that any other
person, association, or corporation
has any Interest direct or Indirect in
the said stock,, bonds, or othor secur
ities than as so stated by him.
6. That tho avoraao nnmber of
copies or each Issue of this publico
tlon sold or distributed, through the
malls or otherwise, to paid subscrib
ers during tho, six months preceding
tho dato ahown abovo Is 1847.
EX J. MURRAY
(My commission expires August 31
this 12th day of October. 1921.
(Seal) A. L. WISKARD
(My commission expires August 6th,
Hot Water Each Morning
To look one's best and ft'one's best
it to enjoy an inside bath each morning
w uuiu irpsn ins lysirm tno previous
day's waste, sour fermentations and poi
sonous toxins before It Is absorbed Into
the blood. Just as coal, when It burns,
leaves behind a certain amount of in
combustible material la the form of
ashes, so the food and drink taken each
day leave la the allnienUry organs a
rentra amount or inaigestlDle material,
which if not eliminated, form toxins and
poisons which are then sucked Into the
blood through tbe very ducto which are
intsnded to suck in only nourishment to
sustain uio ooay.
It you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom in your checks, to see your skin
Set clearer and clearer, you are told to
rink every morning upon arising, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate in It, which Is a
harmless means of washing the waste
material and toxins from the stomach,
nvi-r, Kiuneys uiq oawen, inus clean
log, sweetening and purifying the entire
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Miss Ruth ,Owona of Illy has boon
spending tho past week with Mr. aud
Mrs, Frod MeKondroo.
Frod 1'otornon oxpocts to tako
sovoral of tho touchers to Klamath
FuIIh to attend tho Institute.
MIbs fnoz Motskor mado a trip to
Klamath Falls Tuesday. ,
Tho Rov. Ed Milam 'of Klamath
Falls preacliod hero Sunday. ' Many
persons nttoudod. The Presbyterian
church has boon unablo to obtain a
regular pastor nnd unless ono Is ob
tained bo f oro tho second Sunday in
November, Mr.Mllam will again speak
Tho Merrill high school hare
choson a debating team.
Make that Idle dollar work I
It In the bank.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACOOUNff
NOTICE 18 HEREDY GIVEN, That
tho undersigned as Administrator of
tho oatato of H. Astrup, .deceasod,
has tiled with tho County Court of
tho Stato of Oregon, for. Klamath
I County, his Final Account ot tho ail-
'ministration of said estato, and that
tho said Court has fixed Monday,
- ,Novombor 14, 1921, at, 2 o'clock P.
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Klamath Falls, Oregon, as the place
of hearing objections, If any, to said
account and tbo settlement thereof,
P. L. FOUNTAIN, -Administrator
of tho Estate of H. Astrup, deceased.
or,z9 - B - i3 - zo - Z7
Kidney, liver, bladder and tuieaaM
troubles are moat dangerasja kr.
caaae of their loeldioaa attach
Heed the first warning they give
(hat they need attention by taUot
Tie world's standard ressadr far ssmm
disorders, will often ward off these at
test and strengthen the body i
nrwerattacaa. TBree sues, ail
in Your Cheeks
alimentary tract, before putting more
food into the stomach.
Girls and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallid complex.
Ion. also those who wake uo with a
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath,
others who are bothered with headaches,
bilious spells, acid stomsch or comtljm
tlon should begin tbjs pboiphated hot
water drinking and are assured of very
pronounced results In 'one or two week.
A auarter Dmind of llmratann film.
Chato costs very little at tho drug store
ut is sufficient to demonstrate thatiurt
aa soap and hot water cleanses, purifies
and freshens the skin on the outside, so
hot water and llmestona nhoiDhafo at
on the inside organs. We must always
consider that internal sanitation is vast,
ly more important than outside cleanli
ness, because the skin pores do not ab
sorb impurities Into tho bloed, while tho
bowel pores do. n a)
Women who desire to enhance tho
beauty of their complexion should juss
try this for a week ami notice results.'
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