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THE EVEWING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
.FRIDAY, NOVKMDKIt 4, 1M1.
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(LOST Chamois purso, beadod init
ials V'M. h. 11.", containing n sum
fef money. ' Flndor liberally reward
ed. It roturned to fl. J, Ii Horald of
OIL STOCKS And leases tor sale
or trade. Bos A. I). C, Horald.
(WANTED Information as to tho ad
dross of Jerry Sullivan whoso ad-
Hross was Klamath Falls about 1906.
Addross E. WV' Spautdlng, National
Metropolitan Dank Building, Wash
ington, tD. C. 2-5
STRAYED Camo to ray placo Sopt.
10th, 1921, one buckskin horse,
weight about 900 llu., roach inane,
branded M on lett shoulder. Owner
can havo same br paying advertising
and teed bill. Call at 0. M: Noah
placo, Ft. .Klamath, Ore. 025 N5
FOR SALE Om newspapers at Hor
CITY GARIIAGE When you wniit
garbage removed, rail 10P.23.
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms,
Inanlro 120 S Worden Are.- 1-7
FOR SALE Wfcy pay rent! 4 room
wodcrn house, $3pl down, balanco
like rent, oil- Roosevelt; 1-4
FOR RENT Nice large bedroom, use
f phone and featfe. Reasonable.
Phono 229H, 411 Oak. 1-7.
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FOR SALK--Trewrltor desk 'with
four drawers;, oak chitflcmlor;
Snail rocker, lniulro 813 Pine at.
FOR RENT heated rooms, 840-Wal-nat
Aye. ICot and cold water.
fMl, phone. , 1-7
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1 1920 Ford Sedan $600'
t 1918 7 pass. Quick Six 890f
pass. Hudson 1900.
4 pass. Chandler 11200.
1921 7 pass Dulck
Inquire tor price
BUICK SALES & SERVICE CO.
Phono 17 CW.
IF YOU WANT Good hemstitching
tako your work to tho Singer
Store. 027 N3
12 HORSE POWER Scotch boiler
and stack1 for sale cheap.' Phone
74 or call at Klamajh Falls Cream
ery. uso no
SACRED HEART HOSPITAL, Med
ford, Oregon., conducted by the
Slstors ot Charity ot Provldencoj of
tor to young ladles oxcollent training
In a modorn and thoroughly , equip
ped .hospital. For particulars ad
dress, Sister Superior. O 17 N17.
Herbes ot 61 Will
TACOMA, Will, Nor. 4. Albort
O'Connor, 77, nnd William Sickles,
78, Civil War votoran ot tho soldlor's
homo nt Ortlng, near horo, will be
among tho holders "ot tho Congres
sional Medal ot Honor present 'It Ar
lington .Cometory on. Armtstir.) Uny
when, tho unknown American (load of
tho world war nri' honored,
O'Connor and Sickles serrod to.
gothor in tho;"Iron Brlgado" tho Sv
ontWlsconsin Infantry and jthelr ci
tation for bravery compares with
deeds ot daring performed In tho
Their citation feilnw:
"At the engagement ot Gravelly
Run, Virginia, March 31, 1865, Sorgt.
Bert O'Connor and Sorgt. William
Sickles wcro conspicuous tor bravery
In their rescuo of Capt. W. L Her
worth of tho 91st Now York, from
I V yJ T! a. tr
m.c 'W' "u
For Olasa, Roofls. Building Pa
per, OakkMi work and BaHdlag A.
ftfkiwtlfma rail thm 6911 Jtfk aA nh-
582W n,n0 0t th0 enemr' ihTii 6t Wh0m
W. E. HcABOY ' they captured, and the remainder of
019-N19. them' they routed. Bcrgt; O'Connor
'"Ji, on, April 1 rusho'd In'frnt ot the' lino
NBWLYFURNISHBD Housekeeping ot battIo t0 -ot the color'. 0 had
ivuuio uu iDvuiiniriuuu noun .,. -j- ., ,v. ,, win
No...lo.ifaia, r. , n. U..V9 UXft comrades, all of whom worn kill
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.POPULAR SYNCOPATSrx STAND-,
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BEQINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE, NOV. 1BTH
F. B. CLARK INSTRUCTOR
825 LINCOLN, PHONE 64J
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
r GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. tf
FOR SALE One of the most deslr-
isble residences in' the city. Mo
dern in every detail. Including base
ment and furnace. To price Is right.
121 North 8th St. ,
DO YOU KNOW -You can save mon
ey on that transfer work by phon
ing 269RT Fairvlew Transfer. 2-C
FOR SALE Klrttand Farm Is offer
ing for salo cheap ono registered
two year old black Percheron stal
lion, sired by Kotab, the best Import
ed black Perchoron In tuo valley, or
will fell Kotab. Tbcso are priced so
thy will pay,for themselves . npxt
jreWi Wo haw some young teams
Car salo also. ?;WI1I sell n few reg
istered milking shorthorn cows and
belters, two bull calves sired by Foot
hills Corporal, tho grand champion
at tho Pacific coast. Write, phono
or come to seo us. J. E. Mason,
supt. Phono 19 X 3 Central Point.
BLOCK MOOD G.OO a load.
FOR SALE 125 head stock cattlo,
Price right if, taken soon. Wanted
to buy 25 head of stock hogs".
II. J. Tlckenor. 3-5.
eapnilh With tho but of, his musket
iTlbrYn'o'n'o hand" While W tho other
heMh',6thcolbrs t '' " '"
' Both men wdro wounded' during
the war. They served 'in tjao '"Iron
Brigade" from Its 'first;, .battle ?it
1861, to the .crack of tho last mus
ket at Appomatox Courthouso, Vir
ginia, April 9, 1865.
Our best friends are apt to appear
In' amateur thoatrlcals.
A XJMITND NUMBER Of boxes of
wlntor apples, varieties: Red-
cheoked plplns, Arkansas Black, and
Whlto Winter Pearmaln, may bo had
at Leavltt's 'on Congor Avenuo, at
$1.75 per box, 3-5
FOR SALE Pure bred Rose comb
Rhode Island Red cockerels, two
miles cast ot Merrill. Mrs. Frank
Moyor. . . O20-N5
FOR RENT 4 room apartmont for
rent. Pitts Flats, 82G Lincoln.
Members of Klamath Lodgo No. 77.
A. F. & A. M are requested to bo
prcsont at special meeting this eve
ning, November , at 7:0 o'clock,
at Masonic hall, 409 Main street,
work in tho Mastor Mason degree.
Visiting .brothors invited. By ordor
of W. W. L. L. Gagbagon, Secy.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
Equity No. 1344
IN THE CIRCUIT COUnT'OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
Blrdlo Linzl, Plaintiff
Chas. Linzl, Defendant.-
To Charles Linzl. defendant above
named. 'In tho Namo- of tho stato or
Oregon, you aro hereby required to
nppoar and answer tho complaint
tiled against you in tho abovo entitled
causo within six weeks from tho dato
ot tho first publication or this sum
mons, and if you fall so to appear or
answer, plaintiff will apply to tho
Court for tho rellot prayed for In her
complaint on filo heroin to-wlt, for a
decree dissolving tho bonds of matri
mony now existing between plaintiff
and dofondant, nnd fo such othor
nna further relief as to the Court
may seem equitable. 3
This summons Is sorvod upon you
by publication thereof In the Evonlng
Horald, a dally nowspaper, printed,
published, nnd of general circulation
In Klamath County, Oregon, onco n
week for six weoks, by order of tho
Honornblo D. V. Kuykendnll, mnelp
nnd ontorod on Soptembor 9, 1921.
Tho dato of tho flrrft publication of
this summons Is October 7, 1921.
R. C. GROESDECK, .
Attorney for Plaintiff
Address. 'Klamath Falls. rn.
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like a long, cool drink "sat- .
isfies ' when you're thirsty ( ' '
but unlike anything you ever
experienced in a cigarette before.
A better flavor', yea a more
plensiiig aroma, yes; but mora
than that, a rounded "out "com
pleteness" that is wholly tatisfy
ing. .That's, how .Chesterfields Vsat-
11 isfy.'"Jc " j'j'ia1" ;" : a 11.
aiiu mo uicnu mai 1 tony
1 . Ches'terfiefds "8atisiy.,, A blend'
of Turkish and of Wley and of
.the choicest of other fine home-
. grown tobaccos in a new com-'
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and the blend '
can't be copied
FOR RENT 4 room apartment In
Pitts Flats, 82C Llucolo. 3-4.
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FOR SALE Bargain prices, 300
gamo traps, from No. 1 to 4. Spec
ial price it entlro lot is takon. J, E.
Pate, 408 Main St.'. f 3-4
100 Million Young
TACOMA, Wn., Nor. 4. Hatch-
erifs Jn the Pacific Northwest this
year sont into the Pacific Ocean ap
proximately 100,000,000 salmon fry,
r one fish for every man woman and
child In the United States, according
to estimates here,.,
Hntcherles ard doing much to re
vltolUo tho fishing Industry of the
aorthwest, which has "sho'wn signs
of depletion .in tho last few years.
JWIth the hatcheries work, laws to
prelect tho salmon have been pass
Fish experts, trying to save the
faiVistry, hayo studied the llfo story
ot the salmon and have used It as a
jbaals for their methods. Tho batch-1
erles, placed on streams which sal
mon enter to spawn, tako eggs from
the female salmon,1 hatch tbem and
turn tho small fish back Into tho
When the salmon has reached tho
ago of ono year,and has attained a
length or from v to 14 inches, (It
heads for tho open sea. For four
years It feeds on the salmon banks,
attains a weight ot 25 poundB or
more,, and then through some instinct
that never varies, heads straight back
to the stream of its birth, there to
roproduco Its kind and die whore it
was born.. This is true of every
spocles excopt tho "humpback" sal
mon, which has a life cycle ot two
IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OP OREGON FOR KLAM
James M. Mllno Plaintiff,
Elizabeth W. Mllno, Dofondant.
To Ellzaboth W., Milne. Dofondant.
In tho Namo ot the Stato of Ore-
You aro horeoy required to appear
and answor the compalnt, filed
against you In tho abovo ontltled
suit on or before Saturday, tho lflih
day of November, 1921, and for fail
ure t oappear and answor, plaintiff
will apply to tho court for 'the relief
prayed ror in his complaint, to-wit:
For an absoluto divorce from you on
tho ground ot desortlon continuing
for more Ithan.-ono year prior to tho
filing of said complaint, and for such
other and further rellot as to tho
court. may seem meet and baultablo.
November 18th, 1921 Is the last
uujr ui uiu umo nroscrioea in thn
Lioorr-r & Mverj Tonxero Co.
ttav yon mh th ttmt
AIR -TIGHT tin of BOT
mons bo published bnco a woek for
six successive weeks, tho first nulill
cation being Octobor 7. 1021. and thn
last publication being Novomber
HENNER, MANNING & QANONO
Attorneys tor Plaintiff, whose bus
iness and post office address Is
American National Bank' Bldg.,
Klamath Falls, Klamath County.
07-14-2U28 N4-11 18.
Notice is heroby given that tho
undorslgnod on Octobor 29, 1921 by
the County Court ot tho Stato of Oro
gon to., Klamath County, was duly
appointed administrator ot tho es
tate of Emma R. GrlRsby. deceased.
and all persons having claims against
said estato aro notified to present
same 10 said administrator at the
oinco 01 bis attorney,
Tho saw mlllo
aro closing down and
soon bo. gouo.
your choapest wood will
Man and Mrango umbrellas often
go without saying.
Tlf P nrnna.
I fllfU lflnmnftl. rn1la nMAKH ...I.,.,..
order for publication of this summons six moths from tl e 'dat. . f ihh
la which you may appear and answer
This summons is sorvod by publi
cation by order of tho Honorable D.
V. Kuykendall, Judge of tho circuit
court of tho stato of Oregon for
Klamath County, dated October 6,
1921, which ordor required that sura-
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
tlce. Persous knowlne thomsoivea
indebted to said estato aro requested
to call and make settlement at the
placo above designated.
Dated: Octobor 31, 1921.
B. S. GRIGSDY, Administrator ot
the estate of Emma R. Orlcaby. do-
ceased. 031 N7-14-2U-2.8
ONLY A FEW DAYS
FOR GREEN SLAB
$3.50 per Cord Delivered
$1:00 per Cord at Mill
wood, wiiolosale and retail.
We handlo nil kinds of
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O. PEYTON & CO.
"WOOD TO BURN" '
DANNY CAN TAKE CARE OF HIMSELF
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