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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, OCTOBER 04, 1MI. '
Of Women's and Children's "Ready-to-Wear" Begins in the Morning
Many Lots Go On Sale at HALF PRICE for a Quick Clearance-Others Less One-Third
WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE YOU WILL SAVE FROM 10 TO 50 ON YOUR READY-TO-WEAR
PURCHASES BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF. THIS FORCED SALE.
NEW COATS - NEW SUITS - NEW DRESSES
ALL INCLUDED FOR A QUICK CLEARANCE. HERE IS THE REASON: L
We Are Compelled to Have More Floor Space
AND HAVE ARRANGED TO HAVE ANOTHER STORE-RJOOM ADDED. THIS REQUIRES A COM
PLETE RE-ARRANGEMENT OF PRESENT STOCKS, STOCKS WHICH ARE IN THE WAY,
DURING ALTERATION TIME.
We Are Willing to Make This Sacrifice
IN ORPER TO SECURE ADDITIONAL FLOOR SPACE WITH WHICH TO SERVE YOU BETTER
IN THE FUTURE. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE WONDERFUL VALUES OFFERED HERE BEFORE
MAKING A SINGLE PURCHASE IN WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR OF ANY
Sale Starts Tuesday
(kiiuj i mr
Sale Continues Until Nov.' 1
SEATThK, Wpsh,, Oct. 24. Tho
staunch llttlo exploring ship Maud,
In which Captain noald Amundsen
niado tbo northeast passogo from
Norway to Capo Sordzo, Slborla, has
been moored temporarily In tho fresh
waters of Lake Union hotto. Tho
Maud was towod from I'UROt Soundd
through tho government canal to
l.nko Union after sbo had been over
hauled In drydock where a lost pro
ycllor was replaced.
Tho sturdy craft will remain In tho
landlocked harbor, ridding horsolf
of bnrnacles, until early next spring
when Captain Amundsen oxpects to
renew his attempt to drift past tho
North Polo with tho Arctic Ico floos,
Interrupted last year by tho loss of
tho Maud's propollor.
In tho moantlmo, Captain Amund
uon has announced, ho will mako a
brief visit to Norway, his homo.
J. C. Caroy, stockman from Oak
land, was a Midland visitor Sunday.
Wanda Lou Woodward, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward of this
vicinity, broko hor arm a short tlmo
ngo whllo playing with hor brothor.
Tho llttlo lady who Is Just four years
old, was riding. In on oxpross wagon
drawn by hor brothor. It upset and
Hho foil out and broko hor arm. Dr.
Wright, of Klamath Palls, attondod
hor. Her arm Is hoallng as fast as
can bo oxpoctod. Sho Is tho grand
daughtor of h. Davidson, of this
Jack Rocknor was n Klamath Falls
iMark Forosclo was a Dorrls visitor
last Saturday. Ho will visit Now
York for sovoral months and contem
plates leaving horo soon.
Mathow Dol Fattl and daughter,
Ida, woro Klamath Falls visitors Sat
urday. M!rs. Lillian Knapp was a Klam
ath Falls visitor Saturday.
Tho Midland Threshing Co. will
finish their season's work In a few
days. They are at present thresh
ing for C. It. Patterson, of this placo.
Elza Depuy, of this place, who Is
attending Klamath High School,
spent tho wook-end with his parents,
Mr, and Mrs. John Depuy.
John and Orr Hooper, of Miller
Island, who attond tho Klamath High
School, aro spondlng tho wook-end
with tholr parents, Mr. and Mrs.
MIDLAND SHIPPING NOTKH
MIDLAND, Oct. 24 Verdun Pack
ing Co. Is shipping 119 bead of beef
cattlo to Han Francisco. It. E. Con
ner, of San Francisco, Is shipping
Luko Walker, from Klamath Falls,
Is shipping 370 head of tine beot
cattlo to tho II. Moffltt Co., at San
Francisco. Mr, Walker Is hero to
day superintending tho shipment.
J. W. Straw, county brand Inspect
or, Is n Midland visitor today.
Tho following Southern Pacific
mon aro In Midland assisting with
tho shipping: D. N. I.cwln, plumber,
Is horo seeing that tho S. P. pumps
aro In first rate condition so tho
stock Is supplied with plenty of
water; C. II. Foster, extra agent, Is
horo billing out stock; F. F. Early,
tralnmastor, Is here helping with tho
shlpmont; Jack Hardy, stockman
from Olene, Is hero helping with tho
NOTICE OP CONTEST
Department of tlio Interior
UnlUM StatoN Land O'floo
Serial No. OIOI7J5, Contest No. 1314.
Lakovlow, Oregon, October 10, 1921.
To tho Holrs-tt-any of Edwin John
son, decoased. of unknown address,
You aro horeoy notlflod that Jo
soph W. Noonchoster, who gives
rtAtiil Hrnirnn. fin Itln nnflt-nfflco ad-
dross, did on October 7, 1921, fllo
In this offico his uuiy corrouornioa
application to contest and secure tho
cancellation of your Homostond En
try No. 010475, mado August 22,
1917, for SWH NEU of Soctlon 11;
W NH and NEW SEi of Soc
tlon 14, Township 24, So. of Itango
8, East of tho Willamette Morldlan,
nnd ns grounds for his contest-ho nl
logos that said Edwin Johnson died
about Novembor 1920 and that the
i.niH nt anM flnmnfind-tf-nnv have
wholly failed to cultivate said homo
stead or any part thoroof since tho
doath of said Entryman, uui navo
wholly abandoned said tract tor more
than six months last past; 'that said
aii..a in itiiltlvntn nntrl trnct wan not
due to their empl6ymont In the army,
navy or marine corps oi mo uimca
States In tlmo of war or othorwjso.
Vmf nr rlmrfifnrn. further noti
fied that tho said allegations will be
taken as confessed, ana your sum
entry will bo cancelled without furT
ther right to be heard, either before
this office or on appeal, It you fall
to fllo la this office within twonty
days rtftor tho Fourth publication of
,i,ia nAiiM na shown holow. vour an
swer, under oath, specifically re
sponding to tnose niiegnuouB oi ton
tost, together with due proof that
you sorvod a copy of your answer
on tho Bold contestant oithor In per
son or by registered mall.
You should stato In your answer
tho namo of tbo post-off Ico. to which
you deslro future notlcos to bo sent
JAS. F. DURQEESS, Iloglstor.
In (ho Count)' Court of tho State of
Oregon, in and for Khimntli County
Anna Dledrlckson Asmusson
Notice Is Hereby Olven, That on
tho 11th day of Octobor, 1921, there
was fllod In tho nbovo entitled court,
nn application for Letters of Admin
strntlon upon tho ostato of Anna
Dlodrlckson Asmussen, alloglng that
tho said Anna Dlodrlckson Asmussen
has not been heard from for more
than sovon yoars last passod, and that
sho Is, therefore, presumed to ba
Now Therefore, This is to notify
nny and all porsons Interested In said
cstnto that tho County Court of Kla
math County, Oregon, will, on tho
23rd day of November, 1921, at tho
County Court Room In tbo Court
House In Klamath Falls, Oregon, sit
to hoar tho ovldonco concerning tho
truth of tho allegations of said peti
tion, tho circumstances and duration
of tho absonco, and tho presumed
death of tho said Anna Dledrlckson
This Notice Olvon In accordanco to
and In compllanco with that cortatn
ordor of tho Hon. R. II. nunnoll,
Judgo of tho above entitled Court on
to rod In said matter on tho 11th day
of Octobor, 1921.
In Witness Whereof I have causod
this notice to bo Publlshod In com
pllnnco with said ordor for four suc
cessive wooks as In said ordor desig
nated. C. R. Do LAP,
Clerk of tbo County Court,
Klamath County, Oregon.
First Publication October 17, 24,
31 Nev: 7, Incl.
IN TJIE COUNTY COURT OP THE
STATE OP ORKUOK FOU Jil'A
Vol I it flllnrr nt flnill IMCOIIIlt.
In tho matter of the Eatnto of David
M. Dunn, Docoasod,
Mnflrn In hnrnhv ir I Villi lll.lt .lonnh)
Dunn, administratrix of thij abovo
nnllttnri nutntn nn I Via I Mil dilV Of
October, 1921, fllod her final account
In tho abovo ontmoa court nnu nim
ter, and that Tuesday. Novembor S,
1091 nt thn hour nf 2 o'clock 111 tbo
afternoon of said day, In tho court
room of tho uoovo eiiimoa cimn m
the city of. Klaniutb. Falls. Klamath
fVtnntv Rtnfn nt llroL'fin. ll.lVfl 1 OOIl
fixed by tho court ns thn tlmo and
placo at which it win near oojecuous
in nM flnnl nrrnnnt nnd SPttlo tllO
same, and all porsons doalrlnsr to
object to said account shall fllo their
objections with too ciarn oi sum
court on. or before said date-, or shall
nnnenr at said hearing and personal
ly object thereto.,
Dated uctonor 10. iszi.
Administratrix of tho Estate of David
M. Dunn, Decoased.
Oct. 10-17-24-31 Nov. 7.
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