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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
vnww, ocrounn 14, ioui.
ftiLrtruiruj"'j"MTTfi i ,
LOST On Merrill roml botwoon
Mnck'H Btoro and Hcnloy ncliool,
pockotbook. Rowurd. Phono W. C.
Ilurko, 19F1G. 13-in
FOR SAM.3 Coarso, lionvy wrapping
papor, Bhoots 48x00 Inches, good
for llnnlng wood Hhods, chicken
hoiiflCH nnd putting ttndur enrpots, 15
contfl por shoots Call nt Herald of
FOR 8AM3 Piano.
Address P. O.
FOIl 8AMJ OK WILL TRAIHS for
good UROd car. Kqulty In flvo lota
on wantland Avo. P. O. Ilox llo.
FOR S ALU 24 head of Lincoln
Ramboulotto, 2 yoar old bucks. Jas.
T. Henley, Phono 18F4. 13-lB
LOBT Uctwoon Odessa nnd Lamms
Camp at Kirk, Orogon, Block for
Wlncbostor pump shot gun. Flndor
tolophona Claude Houghton, Lammn
FURNISHER ROOMS for rent. Call
S10 Main. 13-19
WANTED To buy small homo on
terms, prlco must bo right. Dox
E77. Chlloquln, Oro. 13-14
FOR SALE Two room houso and
big lovol lot In Mills Addn., near
now school. Away bolow tbo market
at $500. Chllcota & Smith, 633 Main
FOR BALE Throo room houno and
good lot near S, P. depot nt $700.
Only $lfi0 cash and balance llko rent.
Chlcoto & Smith, 033 Main street
FOR RUNT A fljto dairy farm. Call
010 Main Btroot,' 11-17
FOR SALH Wlnchostor 30-30 rlflo
at half prlro. Gil Roosovolt
stroot. " . 12-14
IF YOU HAVB a position for n young
lady In your offlco, Btoro or shop
call Cir.lt. 12-1C
FOR RENT Stoam heated room In
prlvnto family. Phono 73R.
FOR RUNT Furnlshod room for
gontlomati. Hot and cold water.
505 9th St. 12-15
FOR HALU 4 room Iioiibo with bath,
225 mostly Rhodo Island Red hens,
1 cow, $800 worth of furniture All
for $2,8C0. 611 Roosovolt. 12-14
11920 Ford Sedan, only run a short
1920 Dulck G, guarantcod In Al
11018 llulck 4.
11918 IJulck 0.
Inqulro of J. C. WRIGHT OR
I1UICK BAM-X) AND SLRVICK CO.
7TU. AND KLAMATH AVK.
FOR 8ALE Two Bicycles
Call 408 N. Cth strcot.
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ii fSr issssssi
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FOR RUNT 200 acres alfalfa pas
ture C. J. Bradbury, 1 mllo east
of Wilson Bridge 12-16
FOR SALi; Thrco room houso und
big lot on California Ave, nt u bur
gain prlco of $1100. Only $100 cash
Look nt this now. Chllcoto & Smith,
033 Main streot. 13-14
WILL THE TWO young men who
called on tbo oporator ut tlto Star
thoatro, Klamath Falls ubout March
6th, 1921, to loarn moving plcturo
operating and electricity, ploaso wrlto
Roy O, Patch, Klamath Falls, Oro
FOR RENT Room and board In prl
i vato family. 3S0 9th street.
MOORE ROOMS UNDER NEW
managoment. TGc and $1.00 In
cluding bath." 1313 Main. -507-14
FOR SALE 1 19S0 5 . pasnonger
Ford, Electric starter, good condi
tion. Klamath I'nlU Auto Co.
S21 Main Phono 211)
STOCKTON LIVESTOCK CO
31 X, i:i Dorado St. .Stockton, Cal
Pliencs: 1B3U, 1HJ3 '
WANTED A family of experienced
larmors to do furm work. Profor
family with equipment. Apply at
ranch opposite Miller Hill school.
U. OF C. BUILDS
Tho status of suffrage pioneers;
presented to the nation last winter
was stored away In'tbe dusty beew
ment of the CapltoL Then the Na-j
tlonal Woman's Party expresses,
resentment at this treatment of the1
gift. Now the statue dm Deea
placed In tho main corridor of the
Capitol Clrecuy unacr me mm
Fourth Division to
UERKKLEY, Cal., Oct. 14. An-
Wo nro In tbo market for Deof Cat
tlo, Foedor ' Cattlo, Calves, Hogs,
Shcop and Lambs. Wrlto or wlro for
Information regarding prlcos, etc.
STOCKTON' LIVESTOCK CO.
SI N. EI Dorndo.Ht. Stockton, Cal.
Phenes: 1533, 15J5
CAMP LEWIS, Wnsh.. Oct.' 14
Records of tho fourth division of
tho United Statos army, which
fought In soveral major engage-
monts on tho western front, are to
I bo prcsorvod, although the dlrl-
slon recently ceased to exist as
ether football "wonder team" is an actlvo combat unit. .
being whipped Into form at tho Uni-, Shortly before tho 'division wsnt
verslty of California, according to out of cxlstonce it wat transferred
Aiyly Smith, formor University of to Camp Lewis and later was con
Pennsylvania player nnd now head solldatod with the third division.
coach at tho local Institution. The fourth division was formed at
Smith expects tho 192L, Callfor- Cump Groono, N. O. and went ovcr
nla varsity to bo oven bottor than seas early In 1918. In Juno 1918
tho 1920 team, which piled up big It moved Into tho Alsno-Marno of
ecores on noarly every wostern fenslvo nnd lator somo of Its units
olevon It mett won tho Pacific woro In tho Vcsio and Toulon soe-
cosst conference championship with- tors nnd tho St MlhlCl and Meuso-
cut being pressed and defeated Argonno offensive
Ohio Stato university's team, Big If tho division Is over "revived,
TJn champion, nt Pasadona Now its records, standards nnd legends
Year's day. will bo avnllablo for uso.
"PrnprM aro bo pood 'I'm Bear- m
on. smun bsiu recently. "ivo rr wj jjt
utnrtn.l immiK IIV thla hnTnrn TQVG W OTtX f OUT
only to havo ovorythlng go wrong
an tho seasons conUnuod. Wo
wcro lucky In tho mattor of In
juries last year and cannot hopo to
bo so fortuuato again."
. At Camp Lewis
4H.K IW-"- J " .
tt '4 irt
rpHEY DO IT!
JL We spent years experi-,
meriting with diffcrent.blends of
tobaccos to obtain ' ,
a new flavor , v
a more, pleasing aroma
and to obtain what is more
important still the one thing
that smokers have always Wished
a cigarette would do
'And Chesterfields'do ' 'satisfy. ' '
For in Chesterfields the to
baccos Turkish, and Burley and
other choice home-grown varie
ties are blended differently
and bettei to give you and all
smokers that greater measure of
, 1 "j l
and the blend
can't be copied.
CAMi LUWIS, Wnsh., Oct. 14.
Durintr ihn ttsw vpnrn f hnt Pnmn T.w.
Of tho first 20 California mon )a ,lns bcon ,n oxIatonc0i four ulrfer.
woo won tncir uiock lotiors ior(ent ..flhouldor patches" havo been
CITY OARHAOE When j-oii want
garbage removed, call 10P tn.
FOR SALE Om noiropapors -at Her
Old nowspapors for salo at Hornld
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
12 LESSONS GUARANTEED
POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND-
BEGINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE, NOV. 15T1I
F. II. CLARK INSTRUCTOR
826 LINCOLN, PHONE 64CJ
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. if
football last year, 16 aro on this
yoarn squad. Of tho four missing,
three, "Corf1 Majors, 1920 captain.
Karl Deods, half and "Pesky"
Sprott, half, wore on tho regular
team which played in all games
"Brick" Muller, who gained fame
when ho throw a 60-yard forward
pass in the Ohio Stato game, will
bo back at end this year, as will
"Brodlo" Stephens, who caught the
pass, and who was a substltuto
ond last year. Bob Borkoy, regu
lar end of a year ago, is again In
uniform. For tho balance of tho
lino, the following veterans aro ro-
ported, guards: Leo Cranmor and
"Fat" Clark; tackles: Charles Ton
oy, Dan McMillan, "Stoop" Barnes
and Charles Dean; centers:
Qoorgo Latham. In tho backflold tho
following voterans aro back,
Charlos Erb, Quartorr "Dutch"
Ellis, "Crip" Toomoy, A Van Sant,
half-backs nnd J. B. Morrison and
Archlo Nlsbe,t, fullbacks,
worn by. tho soldiers here.
First was tho Ninety First Division,
which woro for its "patch" a picture
of a fir tree, emblematic of the Paci
fic' Coast, from which the division
' Next was tho Thlrteonth Division,
which had for its insignia tho num
ber thlrtocn lnsldo a horacahoo rfrid
surmounted by n blark cat.
The Fourth Division, Which was
transferred hero from Cnmp Dodge,
Iowa, had as Its "patch" a cross of
four Ivy loaves, the Ivy being a piny
upon "IV" tho Roman numorals fort
tho designation of tho division.
Now tho Fourth Division has, cca
sod to exist, as a combat unit and Its
remnants havo boon consolidated with
tho Third Division, which has as Its
"patch' throo whlto strlpni running
diagonally across a bluo square
Hav you 0n tkm mm
AIR-TIGHT tint of 80t
tt Ac Mmi Tobacco Co.
Colorado's deposlsta of ores con
taining metals of the radium group
aro the largest known in the world.
Fifty ono labor organltatlons in
Kansas City, Kas have Joined In a
moyomont to build a labor tomplo to
IN THB CTRCUIT COURT OF THK
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
James It. Milne, Plaintiff,
Elisabeth W. Milne. Defendant.
To Elisabeth "W. Milne, Defendant.
In the Name of the State of Ore
You are hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint fllod
against you In tho abovo entitled
salt on or boforo Saturday, tho 19th
day of November? 1921, and for fail
ure to appear and answer plaintiff
will apply to the court for the rollet
prayed for In his complaint, to-wit:
For an absolute dtvorco from you on
the ground of desertion continuing
tor more than one yoar prior to the
tiling of said complaint, and for such
other and further rellof as to tho
court may seom meet and equitable.
November 19th, 1921 Is the last
day of the tlmo Drescrlbed In the
order for publication of this summons
In which you may appear and, answer
This summons Is served by publi
cation by order of the Honorable D.
V. Kuykendall, judge of the circuit
court of the Bute of Oregon for
Klamath County, dated October C,
1921, which order required that sum
mons be published once a week for
six sucesstve weeks, tho first publi
cation being October 7, 1921 and the
last publication being November
RENNER, MANNINO & OANONO
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose bast
.ness and post offlco address la
American National Bank Bldg.,
Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
'Before 9 OclocK-Yoor
A.M. Pieiiiras ana ready at 3
w ws ALAnu n itujLs urciiuuri win?
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE ' IFB
Sjjgfej BUY THEIR DRUGS lAdBi&flt
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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