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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, NOVEMBKIt IS, II
PORTLAND, Nov. 14. A revival
of lumborltiK and Increased volunio
of building oporntloiiH with lowur
ratcB of Intercut nt tho big banking-
contors nro tlio Hiiro Incloxc&of steady
climb to normal business condltlonn
In Indicated In tlio monthly report
of tlio Manufacturer as follews:
Rt. Helens rock quarry gots con
tract for 17,000 paving blocks.
JlrlBbton Flvo mill tax voted for
Manbatteu Iloach road.
Btuto flro loss for Octobor outsldo
1'ortlund tax levy for 1522 to bo
reduced 2. CO milts.
Polk county defeats $70,000 spec
Astoria work bogun on Tonguo
Point Naval Station,
linker 17 per cent of 1920 tax roll
Urn ton county reports SO tons of
dried prunes from forty acres.
Weston ships 2,000 sacks certified
J-lugeno bans nl fraternities and
dancing In the high school.
Tumor to vote on $20,000 bond
for now school houso.
il'ortlund to build 3-story brick
block on 9th St.
linker county tnxes cut $50,000
Salem Profits Oregon Htatn Fair
for 1921, $20,000.
Clatsop county to hulld paved road
from. WUrronton to coast.
Statn to drill artesian well In Fort
Hock Valley. '
Oil test well being put down near
Portland growing at rato of 1,000
houses per month.
Salem New dormitory ut (llrls
School to cost over $00,000.
Portland delinquent tax roll $1,
180,000 largest In history.
Salem Marlon hotel to hnvo $1,0,
000 banquet room.
llnndon llcach Mine produces
$2,200 gold und platinum.
I.uko county has 3,000 delinquent
tux pu)cr, more than ono-thlrd of
fl Plans completed for $400,000 Ah-
Milton work boglns on new build
Ing of Milton leu and Cold Storage
llosoburg Nows-llovlow Co. to on
Crnbtren Now community hall to
i bo cerctcd horo.
Portland mill shipping 2000 tons
oats to Manila for government use.
Grants Pubs (Courier Installs lut-
"cst modol of perfecting press.
Grants Pass Modern flshway built
at Savago Rapids Dam.
Howl Service station to bo erect
ed on Cabin Site.
Salem exporting apples direct to
Kuropo from Pacific coast.
Oregon 1921 wulnut crop estimat
ed at 000,000 pounds.
'Portland Contract let to comploto
grading of road over McKcnzIo pass.
1 Sprlngflold tunnelling n gas guao
Lebanon has first annuul nut show.
Stato market road funds available
for 1922 to bo $1,040,839. .
Sprlngflold Mill & a rain Co. has
most prosperous month In Its his
tory. IWallowu $100,424 contract let
for grading 10 miles Oregon Trull,
Htaiiflold Hutter Crook farmors
assured market rotid.
Got Game Limit But
Couldn't Take It Home
Dejinto Question Chosen
UNIVERSITY OF OIUJKON, Kit
gone. Tho question upon which
moinbcrH of tho Oregon High
School Dubato Loaguo wll contest
for tho championship this year Is:
"Resolved, That a graduated In
como tax should bo mado a 'fea
ture of tho stato systcmi of tnxatlon
Women Collect Dulntlcn
HOOD niVER. Tho Womon's
Auxiliary of tho local Legion post
Will aid In collecting delicacies' to
be sent to exservlce men In Port
land hospitals at Thanksgiving, Jol
lies, fruit and homo-mndo candles
will bo assembled until 'Novombor
Men I Dn)s at Newport
( NEWPORT. Newport people,
who usually go to California for tho
winter, havo decided to stay at
bomb this year owing to tlio Ideal
weather conditions. Little rain has
fallen, and tho tempornturo has
ranged from CO to 70. Flowors nro
beginning to btdbm again and po
tatoes and other garden vogotublcs
are coming up. Men aro working In
SALEM. Tho Ilrooks-Scanlon
Lumber company of Dond has stop
pod cutting timber along The Dallos
mamaiii nignway near licnu, ac
cording to Information rccolvcd by
Oovornor Olcott from Robert W.
Snyder,- Deschutes county Judgo.
Its operations havo been removed
from thoso points.
A party of railroad men from tlio
vicinity of Ashland, Grants Puss and
Roseburg spent tlio wook-cmHncar
Matin gooso hunting and on their
roturn to their homos, stopped one
day In this city to visit local friends.
Four of tho party, Jack Allison, W.
II, Sherman, George llumphroy, an
oX'Sherlff of this coutny, and Mr,
Peyton 'wcro dinner guests nt tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. If. H. Jenkins,
019 Lincoln stroot, last night.
Tlio huntlng'p&rty secur&l tho lim
it of ducks ondgceso but met with
adversity when they" attomptod to
hip (heir "game homo on tho train
whoro they had passes to rldo upon.
Point blank, tho local officials re
fused to accopt tho gamo owlni; tj
conflicting with Interstate shipment.
Whllo tho game was killed In Call
fornla, yet It' had been brought up
hero and could not be shipped back,
tho railroad hgont Informed the hunt
ers. Photos wore made of 'tho kill
and tho birds wcro arranged In a
manner which mado tho plcturo nx-
by summoned to appear within sixty
days after tho first publication of
this summons, oxcluslvo of tho day
of tlio first publication and dofond
tills notion or pay the amount as
nbovo shown, together with Interest
nnu costs, and In caso you fall to do
so a uecreo will bo rondorcd fore
closing tho lion of said taxes and
costs against said premises.
This summons Is published by or
der of tno Hon. D. V. Kuvkondall
Judgo of said Circuit Court, made
tho 18th day of Oct. 1921. Tho dato
of tbo first publication of this sum
mons1 Is the 26th day of October,
All process In this proceeding may
bo served upon the undersigned re
siding at Modoc Poiat, Klamath
OEO. CHASTAIN, .
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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HOOD RIVER. L. M. Knrstot-
tor, rancher of tho Summit district,
will not bo worried If tho agita
tors for reform sccuro laws pro
hibiting tho salo of tobacco. Mr.
ICarstettor grows his own. Ho hns
oxhlbltod In tho city tho past weok
handsomo specimens of Havana
lent. Tho tobacco bus a flno aroma
and Mr. Karstettcr says ho finds
It satisfying either In tho plpo or to
Miin PniH Flno by Mult
nOSEnURQ. Justlco of tho
peace Jones received a chock for
$30 from A. D. Chanco of Portland
aftor Mr, Chance, over tho tolo
phono, bad entered a plea of guilty
to tho chargo of killing China
pheasants out of season and was
fined $20 and costs. Mr. Chanco
roturnod to his homo In Portland
and then tho oftlcors found that
the gun ho had bcon using was a
for further details on
, 2:30 P. M.
-Will be your opportunity to
.1 get a car for
K WHAT YOU WANT
Finding Good in Poll land
Tho continuous good weather of
Inst wock mado sllvursldo salmon
fishing exceptionally good In local
stroaniB and especially In and
around the Tillamook. Many Port
land huntors and anglers, disap
pointed at tho rather poor season
for ducks, took tholr poles and
linos Sunday and made a day of It
AT THK HTIIAND
Tho now World plcturo, "Forest
Rivals," In which Dorothy Grcou and
Arthur Ashloy aro starred, will bo
tho attraction at tho Strand Theatre
"Forest Rivals" Is a story of life
In the backwoods of,, old Quebec and
is reported to bo oven better than
"The Olrl Alaska," which made a tre
mendous hit. i
"Forest Rivals" tolls of the des
porato feud which raged between two
brothers In the wilderness for tho
same girl. Tbo fact that Julie tho
potlte little French girl, had refused
them both was not consdered In tho
least. Each brother Inteuded to niako
Julie marry him,
Into Jhls llttlo civil war comes Tom
King, a civil surveyor. He at once
fals victim to Julie's charms. Up-(
'on, him the brothers turn,, united, in
an. effort- tovcljiar Jie field of h,ls
formidable Intruder. '
Then followed a desperate struggle
In which tho brute cunning of tho
two French brothers Is matched
against the courage of the young sur
veyor. In the end Julie and Tom win out
and they leave the great forest behind,
IN THH CIRCUIT COURT OP THB
STATH OK ORHGON FOR KLAM.
Hummons ! ForeclMur of Tax lilea
Hqnlty No. V 184
Alloa Sloan, Plaintiff,
H. W. Mills Bstate. the heirs at
law of H. W. Mills Hstate and alt
persons having any right, tttlo es
tato or Intorost In the roal proper
ty heroin described, DofenWtnts.
To H. W. Mills Estate, tho heir at
law of H. W. Mills Estate and all per
sons baring apy right, title, estate or
Interest In tbo roal property herein
UN THIS NAMH OF TUB STATB
OF OREGON: You art hereby oti
fled that Alton Sloan tho holder of
Delinquent Certificate No. 1168 Is
auod on tho 3rd day of June, 1920
by tho Tax Colloctor of Klamath
County Oregon, for the sum of
$12.51, being tbo amount then dne
and delinquent for taxes or the year
1910, togethor with penalty, Interest
and costs thoroon upon tho roal prop
erty asscssod to H. W. Mills Efftato,
and dcscrlbod as Lot 3 of Block 8(
Klamath Addition to Klamath Falls,
Oregon, That said Allen Sloan ha
paid taxos for subsequent years with
rata of Intorost thereon as follews:
For 191C, paid on June i, 1920,
Tax Rccolpt No. 7108 for $11.20 at
12 per cent Intorost, per annum.
For 1917, paid on Juno 4, 1920,
Tax Receipt No. 7437 for $12.29 at
12 por cant Intorost, per annum.
For 1918, paid on Juno 4, 1920,
Tax Recolpt No. 7467 for $10.48 at
12 tier cent Interest. ior annum.
For' 1919, paid on Juno 4, 1920,
Tax Receipt No. 4211 for $10.46 at
12 por cent Intorost. por annum.
Said W. II. Mills Estato, and1 each
of tbo other persons abovo named
aro horoby further notlfiod that Al
len Sloan will apply to the Circuit
Court aforesaid for. a docroo fore
closing tbo lion against the property
abovo described. And you are here-
IN THH CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
8TATR OF OREGON FOR KLAM.
SHitunoaa la Foreclosure of Tax Utm
MquHy N . P 1M.
Allea Sloaa, Plaintiff,
P. 8. Terwllllger and all other per
sons having any right, title, estate
or Intorest In the real property
herein described, Defendants.
To P. S. Terwllllger and all other
persons having any right, title, estate
or Interest in the real proporty here
in described. Defendants:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON; You are Hereby No
titled that Allen Sloan the holder of
Delinquent Certificate No. 1158 Is
sued on the 10th day of March 1920
by tho Tax Collector of Klamath
County Oregon, for the sum of
$8.34, being the amoant then dne
and delinquent for taxes for the year
1916, together with tho penalty, In
torest, and costs' thorcon upon the
roal proporty assessed to Unknowto
Owner, and described u Lota E and
6 Block I of the Original Town of
Klamath Falls Oregon. That said
Allen Sloan has paid taxos for subse
quent years with rata of Interest
thoreon as follews: '
For 1917 the sum of $9.08 paid
March 10, 1920 with interost at 12
per cent per nnnum.
For 1918. the sum of 17.73 nnlcl
March 15, 1920 with Intorest thereon
at 12 per rent per annum.
For 1919, tho sum of $7.77. paid
March 10, 1420 with Interest thore
on at 12 por cent por nnnum.
' Said P. 8. Torwllllgor and all other
persons having any right, title, estate
or Interest In tho real property here
in described are hereby further no
tified that Allen Sloan will apply to
tho Circuit Court aforesaid I : a do
creo foreclosing tho lion against tho
property nbovo described. And you
are horeby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the first pub
lication of this summons, exclusive
of tho day of the first publteactea. v
and defend thlsactlon 'or pay tkaw
amount as abovo shown togeUMr
with tho Interest nnd costs, anit b
case you full to do so, a decree wilt ken ,
rendered foreclosing tho Hen of mM,
taxes and costs against said prcatis-M
This summons Is published bra
dor of tho Hon. D. V. KuykeRtakt.
Judgo of said Circuit Court mad tee.,
17th day of October 1921. Tho date
of tho first publication of this BtMH-
mons Is tho 25th day of October 1991..
All process In this proceeding an'
be served upon the undersigned re
siding at Modoc Point, KUatifctt
County, Oregon. "
Attorney for Plalattt.
O-20. N 1-8-1S-22-29
Big Hard Times Benefit Dance
... --:. TONIGHT
.... .. S ..
'l Don't Forget Prize Waltz ;
Other Prizes for Dances
Admission 67y2c Tax Paid V2c Total 75c
All Receipts Go to jYoung Men's Club.
MECCA TAXI SERVICE
Office Phone 153 Res. Phone 339-J
Closed Cars. .Country Trips Solicited
WiA oekmiwUdgmtwU H C &
4a thai efifed
Maiten's Vitamon Tablets
Make that Idle dollar work! Tut
It In tbo buulc
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A Real Keepsake
the year, the
photograph you give
this Christmas will
stand as a constant
reminder .Qf your .
1 o-v i;n g Jthpughtlul-
Opposite Court House
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THE WAY tais thing.
KEEP POPPING up,
THE OTHER night. '
I BROKE all rules.
AND READ S hlga-brow took,
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AND HERB'S cut one.
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