The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 15, 1921, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE EVENING HERALD, I KLAMATH FALLS, REGON
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r- Hungry Children
P f for by Red Crosa
( JtJlMlTON, I) q., Nov. in.
Mutt than 400,000 Ihlrupoun child
in, moat iif( whom for yours buvii
never possessed clean und duLunt
I clothing toilny uro woiirlrfg warm
jgui intuit iitiulu by Urn woinon of
America' in responso f( tlin nation-
I wliln limiting by jw American Itnd
Cimi lant JTprlnR whon tlio ilrApor
ule plight or Kuraia'M children wiih
rvnleili liy tlio first of tlio year,
whm the rfci'irona winter qt Kuropn
1 at lt Uolulit, rlrtually ilou'blo
thl amount will bo warmly cluil,
In Ainerlcun-mnilo do tiling, ship
iiitiitii from lteil Cross Chuntora
from Maine to California to tlio
ttrmlnariii Now York from which
the garments aro dispatched to
Mnropo U continuing dully and In
Im rcuHlnV" rapidly.
Included jn tlio shipments to
data (mro been 327,3.19 children's
garments'' and, 78.00C layuttcM, Thin
clothlng,t supplementing tho food
lac priigramof tho European Ito
llff Council and, tho jnodlcal wel
fare work of tho 'Aiifdrlcnii Itod
Crimu ailiong tho thousands of uuf-
f"i,nic h,1iI,ri,, iwl11 I'o H"o moaim
f iMlitlnRi In tho saving of thous
ands of lives.
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Bljtlm i:ci-ril Ik-nllii
. illrths In Sacrnmbnto during Oc
leber exceeded deaths by 81, nc
certllng'To a 'report iMiiod by Ur.
G. J. Jjnll, city health officer.
There wore ICO births and 89
deaths. ' x
Lumber Output Sixty
Per Cent of Capacity
POltT?,AND, No. IB. A Iumhor
Manufacturer said that tho Port
land' output of Iumhor Is about 00
per centof capacity. Local building
condltloim aro vory good, -and hot
ter than for sovoral yoarH. Portlnnil
saw-mill plants havo onjoyed n lit
tle spurt of ordom from tho mlddlo
W-it, flint this sooniB to hnvo died j
dawn. I Orders from California and'
the Orient are fair and almost
geed. '"
Tkls' gentleman Is a strong bo
llerer 'that business will pick up
fellowlng the Disarmament Confor
'ice, as .political matters always
have a ninrked effect on building.
Railroads are placing romo orders,
hut until they get Into better fin
ancial condition theso orders will
not be up to normal. High frolghtj
rates ore placing Westora produc
ers In' an unfarorablo competing
Itloa as compared to Southern
Ills, .and Oregon lumbormon will4
set came into their own until thoro
Is a decided reduction. Thoro Isl
a consldornbln unemployment, nl-'
though loss fn Oregon than olso-l
where,.1 which will Incrjaso as log-"
sing camps shut, down on nccount
ef winter -weather. Tho camps nroi
t- 111. .fc ..--A ...... it '
wi hH,tiuiMb full. UJJUIUUIIB, mill
will continue to do en, ns Ipng as
the weather-la favorable. '
FN THBiCIItCIIIT COUUT Ol' Till:
tatkoI'' oimoo.v rou ioam.
ATH COUNTY.
atn4fltts in Force losurn of Tu Men
Kqnlty No. 18IIK?
i AllenSloan, Plaintiff,
1 i' vs.
C. Frltshaw and all other porsons
er parties unknown having nny
right, tltfe, estate or tnterust In tho
real estate described heroin, Do
feuflants. Te C. Frlshaw and nil other Por
tent or pnrtlos unknown having nny
right,' title, estato or Interest In tho
real estato described horaln, de
fendants: ,,
IN THE NAME OF THR TATU
F OREGON; You aro Hereby Nptl
fled that Allan SIrtan tho holdor of
ellnquent Cortifhnto No. 1108 Is
sued on tho 2Cth d y of Octobor 1020
by the' Tuxn,ColHctor ,pt, Klamath
Oeaaty, Oregon, for tho sum of
$lE,94,i, being the amount then duo
and delinquent for tnxos for tho oar
1917, ,together with ponnlty, tntorcst
and costs thereon upon tho real prop
erty assessed, to O. Frltshaw, and do-
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
3 "j HE HA5?'VJGLL.
-' iilx,t U vmi TPl L HIM
VOUTELUHIM
ii; PANNViJ GOT
ME SWELL NEW
I WANT TO SCE
HIM RIGHT AWAV;
CM W0R05 !
SrJTHEV'RB
PITCHES! w
rWZW h;'n,EVWeRf jrjmT -i
-" T-e-kv. J -r- I WHO T&i-Dl TC-lltF
"i, " , ' " ' , " ' ' i, ' ,ii II f T i r im i .mi
ocribod na N',4' of HUM or Section
28, Tp. .'in 8. It 7 Unst W J,T , oxrepl
ti strip covering .11 II ftmt by 3 CI foot
In tho northwest corner of wild NV
Vi of SKU of Section 28 Tp. 315 H
Jt. 7 Kttst W. M
That nalil Alton SIoiiti lin 4 paid
tiifniTfor MUhsoqunnl years with rato
of inteient thereon nn follows:,
For tho yp.ir 1018, tho mini of
,'23, 4 .J paid Oct. 20, 1020, with In
torost at 12 por cent por annum.
Tor tlio juar 1010, tho mini of
$25.2.1 p.ild Ott. 20, J 11,20, with In
ternet at 12 per tout por annum.
Said O. Frltilinw and all other per
sons or parties unknown having nnv
iiGiii, nun, omnia or ininrcii in said
foal properly uro horoby furlhor no
tified that Allen HI mm will apply to
tho Circuit Court aforesaid for u do-
eton foreclosing tho Urn mruln.it tlio
property nbovo doficrlboil. And you
uro uoroiiy summoned to appear
iwllilu sixty days nftor tlio first pub-
lirntion of tbla iiuninioni, oxclunlvo
of tho day of tho first publication,
nnd defend thin action or pay tho
amount as nbovo shown togcthnr
with Intorrit and co'its, rind In caw
you fall In do so, u decrco vlll bo
rondored foreclosing tliff Hen of said
tnxes nnd costs against said promls-.
cs.
Thin summons Is published by or-
dor of tho Ifon I). V Kuvkendnll
Jiulgo of nuld Circuit Court mado
tlio 17tli ilny of Octobor 1021 Tlio
dalo of tho Irst imhllrntion of this
fiiiniiiionn Ta thp 25th 'day of Octobor,
1021.
All process In this proceeding may
bn mirved upon tlio iitiduralgned re
siding nt ModoQ Point, Klahiuth
County, Oregon.
(JKO, CIIASTAIN.
Altornoy" for Plaintiff.
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i.v Tin: ciiiciiit rotmr or Tin.
h'I'ATIJ Ol' OUKCO.V I'Olt KhMU
ATM COUNTY.
SiinniHiim in 1,'oivi losiiro nf Tax Men
i:iilt No. ! 185.
Allen Slonn, Plaintiff,
vs.
II. W, Mills KHtato. tho heirs nt
siw of II. W. JIlljs Ustato and all
porsomi having any right, tltlo.sos-
Into or Interest In tho real property
heroin (Inscribed, Defendants.
To II. W. Mills Citato, tho heirs nt
lav of II. W Mills Ustato and nil
Pomona having any right, tlte, cs-
tarn or Intorost In tho real proporty
horolu doscrlbcd, Dnfendants: ,
in Tin: namu ok Tin: statu
OP OUUOON' You aro horoby noti
fied that Allen Sloan tho holder of
I)ollii(iieut Curtlflrato No, 1107 Is
sued op tho Urd day or Juno 1020 by
tho Tax Collector of Klamath County
Oregon, for tho sum of $12. CI, being
tho amount then duo and delinquent
for taxos for tho ear lOlfi, together
with penalty, Intnrcst and costs thoro
on upon tho real proporty assessed
to II. V Mills Ustato, and described
as Lot S of Illock 80 Klnmulh Addi
tion to Khimntlt. Falls, Oregon. That'
said Allen Sloan has paid taxes for
BaEFXvrW
'LAVOR is to
LPtnttk &JaL iVi gTZjCeT gfefe '??TbbbbbbbbbbbbbB
IT? ! mfi
-what sunshine is to
a winter's day. Like
the sunshine it's the
flavor you enjoy.
Hills Bros.
Red Can" Coffee
is flavory coffee.
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2?i Voumgmanjumderstano Tmnrri
( yoO'MB DEEM USIMG SOME ll1
2EL mai icuTy unons kid i wamt ! rdl
" 1"9-" VrtiiTn TPl l (vlP liiufiT I
sulmefiiiont years with rate of Inter
est thereon as follows;
Kor 1010, paid on .tune 4,'. 1920,
Tax Receipt No. 7109 for, $11.20 at
12 pet; cunt Intereit, por annum.
Tor 1017, paid on Jane 4, 1930t
Tax llurolpt No., 74.18 for $12.20 at
12 per cunt lnler6st, por annum.
Kor 1018, paid on .Iuno 4, 1920,
Tax llocplpt No. 7100 for $10748 t
12 per icnt Interest, per annum.
Kor 1010, paid on Juno 4, 1920,
Tux llucelpt No. 4212 for $10.46 at
12 por cent intorost. per annum.
Hnld II. Mills Untnte, and each
of tho other porsons nbovo named
aro heroby further notified that Al
left Hlonn will apply to the Circuit
Court nforcsuld for a decree fore
closing tho lieu against the property
abovo described. And you are here
by summoned to appear within sixty
dnw aftor tho first publication of
HA .
rODAK WORK
LeayeYour Fiitw?
V. J J
Before 9 OciocK-Your
A.r pi(turas am
rwooas
KLAMATH FALLS (OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
I PUWTV I
- BUY THE
WOOD
Tho saw mllln are closing down ''and your cheantst weed will
soon be gone.
ONLY A FEVWDAYS '
FOR GREEN SLAB
$3.50 per Cord Delivered
$1:00 per Cord at Mill
Wn handle all kinds of wood, wholesale and retail.
O. PEYTON & CO.
- "TTOOB TO BURN"
419 MAIN PHONE 535
wmmmmammmmammMmmmamm
coffee
FIFTY -
IlitBlllLifcL' Tsl U WnnWuVDjP,lra I I MtnT
v 0 tni W c mhmWun PIS! HI
I mM HliHS 1 h
Dsmwo I InnnnWIIlilllniyjJrTQiLi uelnK BtMBnnHlllMillllllh IH
I f wflPiP W na3 ill I
this summons, exclusive ef the day
of the first publication and defend
this u ft I on or pay the amount at
above shown, together with Interest
add toits, and In case you fail to de
so a decree will be rendered fore
closing the Hen of said taxes and
costs aialnst'tald premises. ' .
This sumtnoni'ls published by.or
dar'et the Hon. D. V. Kuykendall,
Judge of said Circuit Court, made
the 17th day of Oct. 1121.- The
date of the first publication efnhls
summons It the 2th day ef Oeteher,
1921.
All nrefen In thit nreteedlnt; may
be serves" nn the nndertlrne re
tiding at Medee Feint, Klamath
C.ouulji Ortgea.
UIO. CHAITAIN,
Attorney far Plaintiff.
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ready ,at v5
If? DRUGS
FIFTY
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NEVER MIMD 'VHOTOIO: LilflM I ' M NOT 60MGTO TELL HEM
ME. - I .wamt 7o know, iflWe -l woo who told me - TTIEf-E -. L.
i WHAT VOL) WERE I1 - NOW VOL ANSWER MV l
L-. . ,. CAVING rJT ,' , I , QUESTION? -H. I
r, IWELI..VJHO-, i" fir Pf 1 1 bUMAKEATRAbE Qi .', ,
j TOLD.Voar ' zii--! w,TH'V0O"'Vou"Irea VV
' Jj'mmr JTa W I'll Tell you what rjMPy)frg)
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OMFBAMMNTS,
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MISCELLANEOUS
"j:8TnAY
Strayed fromUny placo about thren
weeks ago, a 3-year-old bay mnro.
branded F.J, on-right hip, loff hind
leg rut near-hoofi Finder notify V.
Kvanlkoff, Olcnt, Ore, and rcccivo
14-lfi
Nenui:
Crater Caftton No. 7, I. O. O. F.
will hold Its first meeting of tho win'
ter on"VYd. evonTiig, ,Nov. lpth. All
members "are , urged to nttond, as
plane for future work aro to be dls
cutted. Hy order of ,
AV, C. AVolls, Commandant.
14-10.
WANTED 3 or 4 dozen whito Leg
horn pulled. 'Phono 10F13. 14-18
PHONB- 1C3 Mecca Closed Taxi.
14-10
LOST OirKono roait Sunday, fo
,male colllo dog ami small pup,
Call at Western Union. Howard.
14-15.
ABBVOUIt BOOKS- POSTED To
date? Income' Tax ItoportB will
have' to be jnade tor Dec. 31st. If
you'-need qsslstauco on your books,
call 29M. N14tf.
FOIt SAL 2 Durham"' cows; nlso
brood Tiow nnd "boar. -Old Sutton
" 14-15
FOIt 8ALU 1920 Ford touring.
Will allow good trndo on old Ford.
KLAMATH FALLS AUTO CO.
224 Main. "toy Call, Prop.
- 14-10.
FOIt IinNT- Furnished Apartment,
closo in. 65 Pine Street.. 4-20.
FOR RENT Furnished room,' $10
per.month. Phono 292W. 15-16
FOR,SAL13 2 mares, wagon, har
ness, holfor, etc. Might trado for
city property, or lot. 'JJox 113 It
Klamath Falls, or Inqulro Old Sut
ton Ranch, Keno Uoad- 1,4-15
FOR RENT Furnished apartments,
wood, light and wator, $15 per
month and up. 133 N. 10th. 14-10.,
WANTED TO LEASI? Five or six
room modern houso, close ,int
Phone C. h; McWllliams at Acme
Motor Co. . 12-17
FURNISHED Or unfurnished or part
ly furnished Apt.,,1205 Worden Aq,
1 12-1S
FOR 3AM Well improved WO ncro
grain ranch near Merrill. Will soil
or trado for Klamath Foils proporty.
Can also includo a full lino of farm
machinery, horses and tractor. Prico
reasonable. Address K. L. Herald
office. 12-18.
NUBONE CORSETS-i-nmdo to your
measure. Guaranteed. Mrs. Iioso
Randall, 521 Jefferson St., Phono
2C0J. 12-18
FOR EXCHANfcE Noy 4 room
modorn house. Will toko vacant
lot as first payment. Inqulro 1125
Grant. , a 12-15
FOR SALE Completely furnished
Helms npartmontss, 1177 Main st
All rented. Income $325 a month.
Long lease, ApiUy F H. Turner.
12-18
THE CRATER CAFE has ro-oponod
undor now management; will bo
conducted bb a strictly union houso,
according to a statomont of one of
the proprietors. 12-lt
HORSES KOR; SAW. OK TltAUE
Four head horses, 6 years old, wt.
iflKO n 1375! will sell nr 'will trndo
for used car in good running condi
tion. Frod J. Boldln, box 113, Mer
rill, Ore. 12-1 1-1C
WE USE Only the best grado of ma
terial and do tho beat gradu work
possible at the '
EVANS SHOE CO'S.
r" Ropalr Dopt,
, 12-15
BUCKIIECHT SHOES give more
miles for your dollar. Priced ut
$5.85, $G,85 and $7.86.
EVANS SHOE CO.
12-15
DON,'T rORGET. Tho Powell" locturo
at mooso nan oaiuruay nigni.
A MAN SAID I gavo $14.00 fori
tnoso shoes and would glvo that
much for another pair as good. His
friend replied: "Take them to Exans'
lv
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Ropalr Dopt. and ho'H make them'a
good titUnow for one-fifth tho price
and yoif won't havo to break them
In" . 12-15.
MAIL OR 8RND your shoos to" the .
Evans Stiob Co's. Repair Dept. ,
Work Guarantood
727
Main St..' i
Klamath Falls, Ore
12-16:
r1-'
AVOID THAT COLD by having good
soles on your shoos. Evans Shoe"
Repairing Dopt. .12-isr
BEST HALF SOLES In town $1.8.
J.ck Frost, Ctli St., back of finders
6pea ovcnJugs until 9:00 o'clock,
i 10-H.
STINSON PHOTO SHOP Opon overy.
Sundny until Christmas.
FOR SALE flat top dcBk with chair.
Inqulro Herald office -36
Inquiro about our Ten por Cent
Christmas Club Plan. It apr-llos oa
any mako of phonograph. Earl
Shepherd, 507 Main St. Tho Exclu
sive Music Store tf.
USED PIANOS Stolmvay, Elling
ton, .Trowbrldgo etc.. at prlcoa
and tcrnis that should interest you.
Let's go and look thorn over. Earl
Shopherd Co., 507 Main St. 7tf."
- ,ft
1 U920 Ford Sodan $G0O '' ' '
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1 1018 7 pass. Bulck Six $900
,1 1317 7 pass, Hudson $900.
1 1930 4 pais. Chandlor $1200." '
1 1021 7 'pass Bulck ') I '
Inqulro for prico .,, A i
I1UICK SALES & SERVICE CO..
L. HOAOLAND
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Phono 17CW.
028 tf. '
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WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOI. '
12 lii:s.SONS CUAItANXEKy 1
POPULAIt SYNCOPATED STAND
ARD MUSIO
BEGINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
ACCEPTED
ENIlOTiTIIRNTS CLOSE, NOV. 1BTJI
F. 11. CliARK INSTRUCTOR
825 LINCOLN, PHONE E64J !
CALIy OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION .
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME.
St
FOR SALE Oia iionspapcrs at Her
lid offico.
PITVSOARHAOE When " ion want
nrlingo rrnxned, call 10F.2.1.
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SACRED HEART HOSPITAL. Med
ford, Oregon,, conducted by the
Slstnrp of Charity of Providence, of
fer to young ladles oxcollont training
rln a modorn and thoroughly equip
ped nospuni, or particulars aa
dressy Sister Suporlor. Q 17 N17.
For fil.iss, Roofing, nnilillng Pa
per, Cabinet work nnd llullding Al
torntllms call tho G2C Gth Street Cab
Inot and Cnrpentor Shop. Phone
HS2WL ,j
. W. E. McAnOV
I 019-N1F.
FOR SALE KIrtland Tarm Is offer
ing for salo cheap ono roglstored
two Jear old black Perchoron etal
llpn, sired by Kctnb, tho best import
od black Perchoron In tho valloy. or
will soil Kctab. Those aro prlcod so
they will pay for thomsolvos next
ycar.t Wo havo soma young teams
for salo also. Will sell a few roe- .
tstorqd milking shorthorn cows and
heifers, two bull calves sired by Foot
hills .Corporal, tho grand champion
of tlo Pacific coast. Wrlto, phone
or como to sco as. J. E. Mason,
supt.i Phone 19 X 3 Contra! Point.
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Jll LIiIOXS or OANTELOUPES
FROM IMPERIAL VALLKt
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14. More,
than! 153,000,000 cantaloupes,
enough to furnish oory resident ot
tho United States for n niolon anda
half for breakfast, wera raised lnthe
Imperial Valley ot southern Califor
nia tills j ear, according to tho Pacific
Frul( Express company. ,
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