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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
E. J. MURRAY Kditor
FRED SOUL1I ... ... City Kdltor
'"publtshod dally oxcopt Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Fnlli, at 119 Eighth Street
Hntorod at tho postofrloo at Kla
math Falls, Ore, (or transmission
through the malls as second-class
MEMBER OK THE .ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Proas Is, exclusively
entitled to the uso for .publication ot
11 novrs dispatches credited to it,
or not otherwise crodl'tod In this
paper, and also tho local nows pub
lisher horolnl . ,! .
s SATURDAY, OOTOUKRlSa, 1021.
SUNRISK AND SUNSET
Klamath county sportsment are
requested by tho Klamath Sports
men's association to., observe the
following; table Oof .sunrise and sun'
et in this county,;.
Oct Sunrtso Sunset
S3 . i'.if 6:02
14 .................... , (f:6Jl (j, 6:00
I 25 .i......A. 6j5j. 4M5
ie ., :6S 4:47
87 e;55 4:4E
18 aj66, 4:43
IS , "6568 4:42
80 x:5 4:40
31 JflvL 4239
T Personal' Mention
W. C, TownsenoV'was a county scat
Visitor this K morning; wW ' brought
applies in to tho m'arkoT from his
ranch in tho valley south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Losllo Rogers and
family loft this mounting In their cor
Jor Medford and Ashland whoro'they
will stop for a day, l'oavlng tho child
ren, and from 'thero Mr. and' Mrs.
Rogers wilt drlvo on to Portland
tor a brlof buslnoss and plcasuro
tnp. t ";;
Mr. and Mrs. w!.li. Todd and fam
ily will Icutq tojnorrow or next day
for Medford whoro thoy expect to
pond tho next six months, having
rented tbolr homo in this city.
Mrs. James 'F. Blaekwoll, who has
been hero f6r ''several months visit
ing her daughtor, Mrs. Warren Hunt
and family, left" this morning for hor
homo In Elmer, Washington, called
thero by the sudden Illness of Mr.
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Fluesmoler left
tbls morning for tbolr homo , In
Wright City, Missouri, after'a Waste's
visit bore as the guests of Dr.-Fred
Westerflold. They will make the
trip via Portland. .
Mrs, D. F. O'Leary returned to hor
homo jln Sacramento tbls morning
aftor a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
D. Hahlon Crump of this city.
Konnoth Perry, who has been ill
at his! home hero for the past week
or so, lis able to bo out again.
V. p. Kennedy, advertising mana
ger for the Standard Oil company of
California, Is In tho city from Sacra
monto this week in the Interests of
C. E. Trlnk Is in town today look
' ing after business Interests hero.
Mr. YVohr, on employo of the Puck-
ett brothers at Odessa, is In towarto
anend tho winter until logging starts
Charles Currln left tbls mornjng
on a business trip to Portland.
Charles DeCuman, garbage man,
who has boon seriously HI with leak
ago of the heart, Is reported to be
slowly Improving and with careful
nursing hope of his rocovery Is held
out by the doctor. C. R. Qrovo,
father-in-law of tho young man, sug
gests that his friends can help great
ly at tbls tlmo by refraining from
calling on tho, phono for news of the
sick man as the constant ringing
Mr. and Mrs, Geno Hammond wero
in from Merrill yesterday afternoon
attending to matters of business.
Mrs, C. R. Dowman and daughter,
Allco, aro spendlg a few days In town
from their homeat Chlloquln.
Creed McKendree is a business vis
itor here this week-end from Lake
view, where he Is Interested in the
aheep business. ,
Jlmmle Clark, 'one time well
known ball plqyer on the Klamath
Falls team, was a visitor here for
tour or five days this week from
Susanvllle whore he Is Interested In
the box factory.
Mr. and Mrs. James Driscoll loft
yesterday for Bly where they will
visit with Mrs. Drlscoll's parentB,
Mr. dnd.Mrs. J, A. Parker, for the
next few days.
. Q. F. Wornor Is 'such a jood boost
er for Klamath county, that T. C.
Turner and family and T. N. Wiley,
all of Houston, Texas, have traveled
all tho way,. from the south on the
strength of what Mr. Werner told
them, to look over this county and
are so favorably Impressed that thoy
fcave decided to locate.
I NEW TODAY
BARQAIN Good upright piano, ma
hogany caso In flno condition.
$250. Call 741 Commercial St. near
FOR RENT Six room modorn hauso
227 Jotforson. Furnaco heat. No
children. Furniture tor salo.
A BATH, A DAY Drives tho naln
,.tffty. Tho Now Hot Springs Bath
FOR BENT Cozy 3 room bungalow,
range, uutcn Kitchen furnished
except bedroom frunlture. Call at
1603 Wall St. eornor Michigan Avo
nue. ' 22-25
FOR SALE $290, 5 passongor tour
;"ing car eloctrio lights, starter,
now tires, llowlo Oarago. 22-25
FOB BENT Largo eornor house
keeping room, light, water, fuol,
linen, etc., furnished. Phono 419
Liberty Booms, 3rd and Main. 22'
LOST Ono FIsk tire, 31 X 4 or
iMaln St. in front ot Blr Basin
Finder return to Charley's Placo and
rocolvo roward. 22
WANTED airl or woman for gen
oral housework. ' 125 N, 6th, Lor-
ens Apis., Apt. 1. 22-24
Tho ladles of tho Merrill Library
club will give their annual Hallow
'cen Ball Friday evening, October
28tb, at tho Star Theatre Merrill,
Oregon. Tickots $1.10, Including
war tax. Chicken Bupper fifty cents
a plato. 22-26
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR
SALE FWo room houso will be
available for rent. Inquire 824 Wal
Having conducted a school of tel
egraphy In Baker City, Oregon?1 in
1918, with marked success to all
concorned, I am contemplating start
ing sucn an institution in mamain
Falls. ' I
I am desirous ot obtaining tho
namon of prospective students, to see
If enough aro Interested to pay mo
to begin. Thoso enrolling at this
time should be qualified to tako po
sitions made vacant by employes tak
ing vacations next Juno and July,
It is very Interesting work, and
open to both men and women slxtocn
years ot ago or'over.
All Information can bo had by call
ing at Local Western Union Offlco
after 9 P. M.
M. C. KBNOYER
The Lnill,. AM nt tho riilin,il
church wish to announce that their
Christmas Bazaar Is to bo held Sat
urday, December 3, at tho Chamber
of Commerco rooms. " - - "22.
Tho stomach Is primarily a nerve
organ and one ot tho most sensitive.
Insufficient norvous energy means
retarded digestion which In tlmo
will affect tho whole system. A ser
ies of slmplo chiropractic adjust
ments has often dono all that was
necessary to restore perfect digestion.
Dr. Lois C. Bridges, Chlroprnctor,
over First Stato & Savings Bank.
FOR SALE) $200, S passongor lour
ing car eloctrio lights, starter,
now tires. Howlo Garago. 22-25
NOTICE OF BALE OF REAL
Notlco is horoby given that, pur
suant to an ordor ot tho County
Court ot tho State of Orogon for
Klamath County, mndo and ontorod
on Octobor 3, 1921, tho undorslgnud
administratrix of tho cstato of Wil
liam G. Tollman, decoasod, will soil
at private Bala to tho highest blddor,
on and aftor Novombor 7, 1021, all
rlcht. title and tntorest ownod and
possossd by said docoasod at tho tlmo
of his death In and to tho following
described real properly, to-wlti Sit
uatod In Klamath County, Oregon,
tho Southeast quarter ot Section 33
Township 40, South Range 10, East
ot Wllhtmetto Meridian, containing
160 acres. Satd administratrix Is
authorized to soil all or any portion
ot said premises for cash In hand, br
UDon terms to do approvoa oy me
Court. All bids must bo In writing
and delivered to tho underslgnod at
tho law offices ot R. C. Groosbeck,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, prior to No
vember 7, 1921.
Datod Octobor 8, 1921.
1 ' JUNIATA TALLMAN,
Administratrix of trio Eetato ot
William O. Tallman, Deceased. -O
8-16-22-29 N. 5
GIRLS-LOOK WHO'S HERE
SUMMONS FR PUBLICATION
Eaulty No. 1362
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
Butte Valley Stato Bank, a cor
R. A. Mitchell, Defendant.
To R. A. Mitchell, defendant abovo
named: In tho name ot the Stato ot
Oregon you aro hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint fil
ed against you In the above entitled
cause within six weeks from tho date
of tho' first publication of this sum
mons, and it you fall so to appoar
or answer, for want thereof, plain
tiff will apply to this- Court lor. the
rollof "prayod for In his complaint on
file herein, tewit: for judgment
nirnlnit vnii for thn mm of tl028i78.
togethor with Interest thereon at tho '
rate of six percent per nnnim from'
April 15, 1921; for, the further sum of
i519.'50. tocothor with interost there
on at.the'rato of six porcont per an-1
num front April 27, 1921; for the
sum of $250.00 as attornoy'a fees,
and for the costs and disbursements
of thlg suit; and for decreo of this,'
Court adjudging and decreeing tnai.
tho aforesaid sums constituting n
valid Hon In plaintiff's favor against
tho premises described as:
Bltuato in Klamath county,
Oregon, Lots 2, it and 4 of
Block 15 of Second Falrvlqw
Addition to tho City of Klamath
and ordering that said Hon bo fore
closed and said premises sold in the
manner provided by law and tbo pro
ceeds from such sale applied In pay
ment of tho sums herein boforo men
This summons is1 sorvod upon you
by publication In thb Evening Herald.
a dally newspaper printed, published,
and of general circulation In Klam
ath County, Oregon, once a week for
six weeks, by order of tho Hon. D.
V. Kuykondall mado and entered on
September 30, 1921. Tho dato of
first publication ot tbls summons la
Octobor 1, 1921.
R. C. GROESBECK, attorney tor
Plaintiff. Address Klamath Falls
in his latest picture, the powerful screen classic
"A Dangerous Pastime"
an all star cast, including Cleo Ridgeley, Elinor Fair,
Mrs. Irving Cummings, Arthur Hoyt and
"The Black Dot"
The man with the syncopated feet the one-man jazz
dancer, whose dancing and singing, whistling and
guitar banjo and ukelele playing would make a
There will be no increase in price.
Also a Charles Chaplin Comedy and
FINEST PICTURE PROJECTION IN SOUTHERN OltKUON
"Groat Minds Orlglnato, Fools Imitate."
We Witt Serve Oar
Special. Sunday Dinner
From 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. for $1.00
The Following Menu Awaits Yeu: '
Soup ot Chicken Supreme
Crab Meat with Mayonnaise
Baked Halibut a la Dutchess
, - Choice of
Stuffed Young Chicken with Apple
Roast Young Pork with Baked Apples
Chicken Fricassee with Needles
Spring Lamb Chops with Qarden .Pcag
Cauliflower In Cream
Lemon Blancmango Pudding
or choice of
any of Assorted Pies '
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Contentment in old age is a won
derful blessing, especially when
there is money in the bank and noth
ing to worry about during the de
clining years of life.
The only way to be contented in
old age is to start a savings account
NOW and prepare for your future.
First State & Savings Bank
(, , Klamath Falls, Oregon
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