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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1921)
THE EVENING: HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, .OCTOBER IP, 1081.
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' D.f A. Lamb Is horo from his homo
In Santa Crucz, Cal. on -a combined
business ana pleasure trip. Mr.
Lamb'-built tho Lamb block on Main
Street ,nntl still has Bomo Interests
tn this place Ho makes a trip to
Klamath Falls ovory year and re
marked that there aro always soma
new attractions each year that ho
returns. I ifHJ
Mrs. Arthur ,11. Wilson and small
daughter, Pearl Jean, returned last
night from Portland whore Mrs. Wil
son has spent five months tor tho
benotlt. of. her health. Her friends
will he. pleased to know that sho Is
Mr. and Mrs. John Fach, ono tlmo
proprietors of tho Hnwxhurst meat
market, novo roturned from an ox
tended trip In tho states of Kansas
and 'Missouri. 'Pleasant as their
Journey proved to ho, thoy aro glad
to 'be back with old friends In Klam
ath Falls, .thoy said this morning.
(Mr. Vocbatzer was in town this
morning from his homo at Merrill
attending to bulsnoss affairs about
.the county scat.
E. 'L. Hopkins Is in town for a
couple of days from his ranch hold
ings lri"the Whlto Lake city country.
' Lee Corbell arrlvod yostorday from
Cbjloqutn and is spending tho day
'In, town looking aftor his business
George Skccn is a county scat vis
itor from Macdool this wook.
Walter Zctxman, who oporatos a
ranch near Miller Hill spent this
morning In town transacting busi
ness, with city merchants.
(Andrew M. Collier, of tho First
National Bank, has returned from a
"C. W. Warren drove into town this
, morning from his extensivo cattle
'.ranch at Bly, and purchased sup-
lies from city merchants.
I r .4. L. Allen was In town yesterday
afternoon' from his ranch in the
Klamath valley for tho purpose of
attending to buslnoss matters.
Mrs. Rex McMillan, who has been
here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. C. Low and nor sister, Mrs.
iohn Siemens, returnod on tho morn
Ag .train to her homo. In Weed.
"."Mrs. "Charles D. Garcelon loft oh
tha.jilornlng train for1 Ban Francisco
where she will spend several days
'business and pleasure
Mrs. Oertrudo Mooro, a member
of ike First National bank force, is
away on her vacation, having started
on an outing trip in tho Upper lake
region this morning.
Harry Telford was In town this
morning from his ranch on tho Mor
rillroad attending to matters of bus
iness. Dr. W. H. Qaddes, tho owner of
Bagle Ridge tavern, loft this morn
ing for San Francisco whero he will
visit his daughter, Miss Betty and
look after business affairs.
John Zwald, cattle buyer for tho
II. Moffitt company, loft this morn
lag for his homo in Oakland after
several .days spent hero buying cat
tle. Ho said this morning that 80
can, two trains, of cattlo and sheep
were shipped out of Klamath Falls
yesterday loaded with cattlo and
sheep for the various shippers. Sat
orday will be another big day for
cattle shippers in tho county.
ifr. and Mrs. James Llndsoy left
the first of tho week In this car for
Ashland whero thoy will spend tho
winter, returning horo in tho spring.
Mrs. George 8. Zimmerman, for
merly Oka Swingle, Is tho mother of
a baby daughter, horn October 13,
at Portland, according to a lotter re
ceived from Mrs. C. J. Swlnglo, her
mother, who is with her. Mrs. Zim
merman, before her marriage, spent
her girlhood with her parents on
their ranch in Langell valley, later
the family moved to town and re
sided at their homo on Main street
for several years.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGowan of
Busanvllle are visiting friends In this
city. IBoth of the visitors were resi
dents hero before buslnoss Interests
took Mr. McGowan to Susanvlllo.
They will remain here until Friday
LONDON, Oct. 18. Ludwlg 111.
termor king of Bavaria, died yos
torday at Savor castlo, Gormany,
whero ho had been llvlng'ln rotlro
ment slnco his dethronement at tho
closo of tho war.
Ludwlg HI, as king of Bavaria,
wag ruler of n kingdom which next
to Prussia Is tho largest state In
tho Gorman omplro both tn area
and population. When, In his 68th
year, ho ascended tho throne on
November G, 1913, ho was tho first
full-flodgod king that this big south
Gorman kingdom had known slnco
1886, for in tho interim of twon-ty-sovon
years tho Bavarians had
recognised as' their nominal rulors
twof Insane sovereigns, tho extra
vagant palaco-bullder, Ludwlg II,
who drowned himself, and his
brobtor. King .Otto, known as
"Mad" Ottof who was doposod be-
cause of his mental Infirmities.
Ludwlg (the Gorman for Louis)
was born January 7, 1845, and was
brought up from his Infancy as
hoir-apparcnt to tho throne of
Greece, occupied for moro than
thirty years by his father's brothor,
brother, King Otto, known an
Prlnco of Grecco until his- father
was deposed and fled from Athens
on board an English man-of-war in
1862. During this period tho young
Bavarian princo had becomo n mas'
ter of everything Grook, modern
and ancient, having been tutored
with tho idea that he. would some
day assumo tho Hellenic thron'o,
1 In 1863 ho married the Arch
duchess Maria Theresa of Austrla
Esto, who was Princess Royal of
Hungary and Bohemia, by whom
he later had nine children. Sho was
an ambitious' and able woman who
is said to havo dono much to bring
about tho political conditions fav-
orablo to his enthronement.
i We Are Not Trying
To Blindfold You
ALTHO YOU COULD COME IN-
TO THIS SALE WITH YOUR
X HANDS OVER YOUR EYES AND
EVERYTHING YOU BUY YOU
i ARE SURE TO GET A BARGAIN
BUT ATTEND THIS SALE AT
vsrnc rurt yviCy avmuw i ri j i
e YOU WILL TRULY. MEET THE
SURPRISE OF YOUR LIFE FOR THE
BARGAINS ARE SIMPLY ASTONISHING
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Not coal land
Ji S. LAND OFFICE at Lakovlew,
Oregon, Sept. 26, 1921. - T
NOTICE is herobr rlvon that Wil-
Ham Worden, of Midland, Oregon,
wao, on nor. 29tn, 1916, " mado
Homestead Entry. No. 08398, for
Lot 3, Section 28, Township 40 S.
Rang -9 E., Will. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final
tnree-year Proof, to establish claim
to tho land above described, before
C. R. DeLap, Clerk of the County
i-ourc, at Kiamatn Falls, Oregon, on
the 3rd day of Novomber, 1921.
claimant names as witnesses:
W. G. Shorll. T. J. Lvonn. a. w.
Potter, J. W- Jory, all of Midland,
iNotice will bo nublished for five
consecutive weeks in tho Klamath
J. F. BURGESS, Register.
L a pair
7 2 for 85c
Greys, Browns and
One Lot of Tan
Button and Lace
All colors and sizes
1 NEW TODAY f
HOME GROWN CELERY At Hous
ton & I'nclps. 19-22
CHIROPRACTORS Do not treat, heal
or cure; they simply adjust tho
misaligned vertebrae of tho splno
with tho hands, knowing that the
power that built -the body, that co
ordinates Its functions and boals Its
wounds, can and does 'cure disease.
Dr. Lois C. Bridges, Chiropractor.
FOR SALE 21 hens, 4 pullets, white
Leghorns, O. A. C. strain. Chean
cook stove, sewing machine, dining
table and chairs, bed stead, new
screen door, good counter coffee mill
for storo or cafe, Romlngton No. 7
typewriter. No. 2017 Eberleln St,
near intersection with East Main,
Mills Addition'. 19-22
HOME! GROWN CELERY At Hurry
Cash Grocery. 19-22
ICaving-conductod a school of tele
graphy, in Baker City, Oregon, In
1918, with marked success to all
conCornod, am' Contemplating start
ing such an Institution in Klamath
I am desirous of obtaining tho
namos of prospective students, to soo
if enough are Interested to pay mo
to begin. Thoso. enrolling at this
tlmo should be qualified to tako po
sitions mado vacant 'by employes tak
ing vacations noxt June and July.
It is very Interesting work, and
opon to both, men and women Blxtoen
years of ago and over.
All Information can bo had by
calling at Local Western Union Of
fice after 9 P. M.
M. C. KBNOYER
Emerson Freed at
'' Insanity Hearing
Ralph Emerson, recently arrested
On an insanity comlaplnt when bo
is alleged to have attempted suicide
in" the dooryard of a Merrill ranch
er because his attentions to the
daughter' of the family -were not re
turned'was examined here yester
day. Physicians took the view that
Smertios, except for the one mania,
fjas' not Insane. .'Judge Bunoejl -dls-efeajrged
h'lm on condition that ha
iMtraia from troubling the young
Jady-' further and that hs (eaye this
tftflQA pjt the country,
FOR SALES Good house on Crescent
Ave. with three large rooms.
screened porch, part basement, big lot
ou a iv8 it. just tne piaco for
chickens and a fine garden. 'A rare
bargain at $1460. .Only $550 cash.
C1ULCOTE & SMITH, 633 Main St.
FOR SALE Big level lot on Michi
gan Ave. near BIr Basin Lumber
Co. (Price $400. Sewer being con
structed. Just tho placo for a neat
CIULCOTE & SMITH, 633 Main St.
FOR SALE Two or the vory bost
lots In Mills Addition near tho now
school. .Will take $300. for one or
$600 for both on very easy terms.
CIULCOTE & SMITH, 633 Main St.
HOME OROWN CELERY At Lincoln
'Market Grocery. 19-22
FOR SALKr-tino 2 ton truck, just
the thing for hauling grain. $300
buys It. Will take Ford as part pay
mont. Apply Lester's Service Sta
tion, Prospect & Upham. 19-20.
-4 room house, near Big Basin Lum
bor Company, city water, big lot, on
ly $1200. Easy terms.
WI8HARD WOOD BKNTLKY
121 North 8th. St
6 room house, close in, newly
painted. Range and heating stove,
basement. This plsce- is cheap and
can be bought 'on terms.
WaSHARD WOOD BENTLEY
' 121 North 8th. St,
4 room 'modern bungalow recently
repainted hjslde and out, electric wir
ing for cooking '.and beating. Slg
fireplace, nice lawn Some terms and
a blr' bargain.
-' WU8HARD WOOD BENTLEY
iai Norm sin, st.
1 "Great. Minds Originate, Fools Imitate."
FINEMT PICTURE PROJECTION IN SOUTHERN OREGON
Rough Stuff in a Canadian
It was mighty rough stuff that Duboc and "Dutch" Vogel
pulled in tbelr tough dance hall way up In the northwestern part
of Canada. Tho commandant of the post of tho Royal Northwest
Mounted Police couldn't quell their 'activities, olthor, and so a
new 'sergeant was sent there to assumo command. And with the
arrival of this sergeant things began to hum as you'll boo whon
you seo the new World Picture '
"THE DEVIL'S TRAIL"
Don't forget that' tomorrow - night is
Country Store night. Here are a few of the
articles to be given away absolutely free:
4 Chickens 2 lbs. Sweet Shop Chocolates
10-lb Can, Calumet Baking . 4 bunches home-grown Celery
O IDS. UOOBO
2 to -lb can Wellman's Coffee
FOR SALE C Pass. Touring car,
good rubber, very chcup. Inqulru
at Chorloy's Placo, 6th and Klnmiith
or phono 472. ' 19-23
PURNI8HED ROOMS For rent. 3r.it
9th St. 19-21
HOME OROWN CELERY At Klam
ath Cash Grocery. 19-22
For ono of tho most popular 6 cyl
inder automobiles will bo In Klamath
Falls In a fow daH to placo agency
for this locality. Tho right kind of
man nood not havo much money to
tako advantago of this opportunity
but must havo good roforouceg, un
questioned honesty and lots of push.
RUBsell H. Lawson Auto Co., .ir. I
East Broadway, Portland, Oro.
i I 91-21.
FOR KAI.S2 '1 ' ilrv land potatoes,
$2.00 per hundred. O. Peyton &
FOR RENT nlco clean rooms, bath,
-phono and gurngo. $12.00. Phono
FOR KALE child's wlckor go-cart.
$5.00. Phono C47W. 19
I'Vir (ilnu, Hoofing, Building Piu
M-r,.('jililni't uork and llulldlng Al
teration mil tho 626 6th Stroot Cab
inet and Carpenter Shop. Phone
V. i:. Mx-AltOY
FOR SALE 2 Puro brod Berkshire
hoar pIkk, six months old. T20
par head. J. I), lloopor, Midland,
Calumet Baking .
can Silver Thistle Syrup '
e mm mm
TKo Inbot Is voi'od
Low Shoe or Boot
THEMES thjat proclaim tfood
taslo; llvot makoyourappoarcoco
urtossol; smart and stylisro
,ocut linos nd eorroctlv tailored.
Nov plvmlps and patterns -
m? Unquestionable values.
ip UVBRY PAIUGUARANTECn