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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1021.
YOBI3MITI3, Cnl., Oct. 28. A
cnfotorln In tho YoboiiiIIo Nutlo'nnl
1'nrk, miles from tho big cltlos
whoro tniy cnrrlcra gonorally aro
found, thla your apparently Holvcd
a problom of furnishing food nt
medium prices for tourlBlH far from
a railroad. During tho last five
months, approximately 250,000
monls 'Hero served nt n.. nnrnn
I.aT cost of about 48 cents each.
Tho cafotorlu was tho firm over
established In any national park
and It has been bo successful that
other parka havo written for details
Of .Its ODOratlons. It In nrohnhln.
that tho Idea will bo copied.
Secretary Kail of tho Departmont
of tho Interior, whllo hero this!
summer, bocamo a tray carrier ut'
the cafeteria and declared hoi
thought tho establishment was n
step In tho right direction to pro-!
Tldo good accommodations nt tho.
r lowest posslblo prlcou. ''
Food sorvod In tho .cafeteria Is
tho samo quollty ns Mint served In
Yosemlto's American plan nviortu
charging as high lis $7.fi0 and $10'
ror day. Tho prices differ Kttlol
from those In cafeterias In San'
Francisco and Los Angeles. Tho
food Is sold nt cost, ns employes
of tho National Pnrk company mako
up about holt tho cafeteria's put
rons. (Scores of campers camo to Yosc-!
mlto Mil your, pitched their tents
along tho Morced rived and took
their meals at tho cafeteria.
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
Will Compete for
.$ a " figs-
the Hockey Trophey FromFifth Avenue
VANCOUVER, D. C, Oct. '28. J
A thrco-cornorcd battlo for tho,
Stanley Cup, emblematic of tho
professional hockey champlonshlpi
' "" nunu, uub uuun virtually as-
, SUMMONS I-WIl I'UIIMCATIOX
1 Equity No. 1352
IN THK CIltCUIT COURT- OF TUB
HTA'I'i: OKOItlXIO.V FOR KliAM
. ATM COUNTY.
I Ilutto Vulloy 8tnto Dank, n cor
u. A. Mltcholl, Dtrencanf.
To It. A. Mitchell, dofondant nbovo
named: In tho nnmo of tho Stato of
Oregon you aro hereby required to
appear and nnswor the complaint fil
ed against you In tho nbovo entitled
cause within six weeks from tho dato
of Mio first publication of this sum
mons, nnd If you fnll so to appear
or answor, for want thereof, plain
tiff will apply to this Court for the
relief prayed for In nig complaint on
fllo heroin, tewlt: for ludcment
agalnBt you for tho sum of $1028.78,
together with Interest thereon nt thn
rato of six porcont por anntm from
April 15, 1921; for tho further sum of I
RIO r1 InitAfliKi. n.1,1. !...., It.- '
vutr.vv, ivbutuur Will, JUlUJCBt lliuru
on nt.tho rato of six percent per an
num from April 27, 1921; for the
sum oi izgu.oo as attorney's fees,
and for tho costs and dlsbureements
of thin suit: and for decree of this
Court adjudging and decreeing that
tno nrorcsaid sums constituting a
valid lien In plaintiff's favor against
tno premises describod ajt:
Sltuato In Klamath County,
Oregon, hots 2, 3, nnd i of
Rlock 15 of Second Falrvlew
Addition to tho City of Klanlath
and ordering that said lien bo fore
closed and said promises sold In tho
manner provided by law and tho pro
ceeds from such sale applied In pay
ment of tho cums bcieln before mentioned.
This summons Is 3crvcd unon you
by publication In the Cvenlnc Hornld.
jn dnlly newspaper printed, published,
una m General circulation in Klam
ath County, Orogon, onco n wcok for
six weeks, by order of the Hon. D.
V. Kuykcndall mado and entered on
8optcmbcr 30, 1921. Tho date of
first publication of this summons Is
October 1, 1921.
R. C. C.nOESnnCK, nttorney for
Plaintiff. Address Klamath Falls.
Klamath County, mado and entered 160 ncrcs. Said administratrix is
on October 3, 1921, tho undorslgncd authorized to sell all or any portion
administratrix of tho estnto of WIN of said promises for cash In hand, or
llnm a, Tnllman, doconsod, will soil ' upon torms to bo approved by tho
nt private salo to tho highest bidder, , Court. All bids must bo In writing
on and nftor Novombcr 7, 1921, nil nnd dellvored to thp undersigned nt
right, tltlo and interest ownod and the law offices of R. C. Oroesboclc,
posscssd by snld deceasod nt tho time Klamath Falls, Oregon, prior to No
of his denth In -nnd to the following jvember 7, 1921.
described real property, to-wlt; Sit-, Dated October 8, 1921.
uated In Klamath County, Oregon.! JUNIATA TALLMAN,
tho Southeast Quarter of Section 33 Administratrix of tho Estato of
Township 40, South Range 10, Basti William O. Tallman, Docoased.
of Wlllnmetto Meridian, containing O 8-15-22-29 N. C
surcd, according to advices rocclvcd
Heretofore only tho National
Hockey Lo-iguo, of Eastern Canad
ian teams, and, tho I'uclflc Coast
Hockey League havo fought for tho
cup. At a recent mooting of rep
resentatives ot tho two lenguos,
Frank Patrick, prcsldont of tho
Pacific Coast organizations was
authorized to negotiate with tho
Alberta Hockey League, for Inclu
sion In tho sorlos.
Tim flout .rntltn nf tltn nnvf. I,
a l.u Hl (.. iu III IIIU PUI IVn, lb.
wiih decided, -will po played Marcn
OIIOVII.M-: Tim three Indian trl-!
lies residing on 1-Vntlior river water
shed In this district, gathered nt tho
annual Indian burning nt Ilald llock
Peak. Tho Moorctoun, Ilald Hock
and Chcrokco Indians woro tho-io represented.
SACItAMKNTO Tho two Sacra
mento browerles, the Ruhstallor nnd
Dutfnlo, wlU'rosumo tho making nf
real beer, for prescription use, under
the now regulations ot tho Treasury
Department when formal uotlco hns
been received from Federal officials.
This was tho statomont today of
Frank Iluhstnllor, head of both Institutions.
ICIIICO Tolophono sorvlco In Chl
co Is being protested to tho Stnto
Railroad Com'mlseloii by Dr. K. I..
Moyers. Ho blames tho service of
tho Pacific Tolophono and Telegraph
Company hero for tho death of tho 2-year-old
Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Os
car Dlnnoll, who was killed Inst week
by swallowing nineteen strychnine
tablots. Dr. Meyers claims that tho
tolophono operator cut him off whllo
Mrs. Dlnnell was tolling him about
the child and asking for his aid.
126 South Sixth St.
Extra Good Music
Extra Good Time
Herald classified ads pay yon.
Somo have a hard tlmo picking out
a- car to heavon because tho lower
berths all seem to be taken.
New York's fast-growing prestige
as u fashion center la Justified In the
advance yllmpsu of fall fashions by
lllcknon, riflh Avenue. Tho street
costume Is ot brick wool volour
trimmed In bands of skunk. A novel
skirt Is curved upward In front and
nt tho back center. Tho skirt nud
tho largo bell sleeves also curved
aro outlined by two rows of skunk,
Tho "choker' collar Is also of this
fur which is used to catch tho sash
effect nt thu sides. Tho largo black
velvet hat, s'lghtly turned hack In
front. Is outlined with Jet at tho
rdee. A lareo black Jet ornament
falls to tho right shoulder front be
neath tho b.im.
Come Dressed Up
Riai.VQUBNT SAIilJ NOTICE
Fort Klnmntli Meadows Co.
Location of Principal place of bus
iness, San Francisco, California. Lo
cation of Works, Klamath County,
NOTICE There nre delinquent
upon the following described stock,
on account of Assessment No. 1, lev
tod on tho 2nd day of September,
1921, tho several amounts sot oppo
site tho names ot tho respective
shareholders, ns follews:
Tames Cert. Shares Am't
B. R. Ilcamcs 8 100 $1,000.
V. W. Jones 13 22 2,240.
Frieda V. Doak 14 1 10.
D. P. Doak 15 500 5,000.
F. M. Doak 16 173 1,750.
And In accordance with law and
nn order of tho Hoard of Directors
made on tho 2nd day of September,
1921, so many shares of each parcel
of such stock as may bo ncccsiary will
bo sold at public auction nt the offlco
of tho Company C31 Market Street,
San Francisco, California, on Mon
day, tho 7th day of November, 1921,1
at tho hour of 3 o'clock P. M. ot said
day, to pay said delinquent ubscss
mont thereon, together with costs of
ndvortlslng and expenses ot tho salo.
"V. W. JONES. Secretary
Offlco C31 Market Strcot, San '
Francisco, California. j
O. 21-v 2. Kvery day
sKsslsSssssssssHssssl ssssssissssssssssssssk Hl
OCTOBER 19th to 29th
4th & Main Phone 5000
Have You Made
Yovr Contribution Yet?
Hot Water Each Morning
Puts Roses in Your Cheeks
XOTICK OF SALT OF RBAIj
Notice Is horoby glvon that, pur
suant to an ordor of tho County
Court of tho Stato of Oregon for
Geologists agreo that England was
onco a part of continental Europe.
Europe's largest floating drydock
Is located at Rotterdam.
Part ot tho world loves a lovor; tho
rest of the' world considers him a
If you have a watch to repair don't send it
to a blacksmith, but
LET GEORGE DO IT
GEO. L. METZ ta
Watchmaker and Jeweler
622 Main St.
Get Your Skid Chains Now
Don't Wait Until You Have an Accident
for Trucks and Cars of all makes.
D. A. KENYON O. K. SHOP
439 Sixth. Street Phone 462
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k i m..,.t-, 5i vi . ' inrwMir p"i
. n-Tgisr mtr ifc wtst txwl j w .9 . y.-
et'To look one's bott and feet one's belt
U to enjoy an lntldo lath. each morning
to nuin Irom the system tno previous
day's waste, sour fermentations nnd no!
sonous toxins before It Is absorbed into
the blood. Just as cosl, when it burns,
leaves behind a certain amount of In
combustible material in tho form of
athes, so tho food and drink taken each
day Icao in the Alimentary organs a
certain amount of Indigestible material,
wlilcn ll dm eliminated, form toxins and
poltons which are then sucked Into tie
blood through the very ducta which are
Intended to suck in only nourishment to
sustain tho body.
If you wont to see the glow of healthy
bloom in your cheeks, to see your skin
et clearer and clearer, you are told to
rink every morning upon arising, a
glass of hot water with a teasnoonful
of limestone phosphate in it, which is a
harmless means of washing the waste
material and toxins from the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying the entire
alimentary tract, bcforeputting more
food into the stomach. O
Girls nnd women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallid complex
ion, alto those who wake up with a
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath.
others who aro bothered with headaches,
bilious spells, acid stomach or constipa
tion should begin this ihosphatcd hot
water drinking and aie assured of very
oronounced results in one or two weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone ph04-
Chate costs very llttlo at the drug store
ut Is sufficient to demonstrate that lust
as soap and hot water cleanses, purifies
and freshens tho skin on tho outside, so
hot water and limestone phosphate act
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 the bloed, while tho
bowel pores do.
Women who desire to enhanca the
beauty of their complexion should lust
try this for a week and notice- results, '
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