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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. 1. MUHHAV
K. JT. HARHKTT ,
Published dally oxcapt Sunday, by
Tha Herald 1'ubllihlng Company of
Klamath Falls, at lit Eighth Street.
HulcroJ at the poitofflco at Kla
math Fallf, Ore., for transmission
through ,tb malls ai second-class
MVatfikm Or THB ASSOCIATED
" . ' PRESS.
The Associated Pres Is eicluslvely
entitled to' the. use for publication of
all, news dispatcher crodlted to It,
or'aer otherwise crodlted In thli
HPr; aid alto tho local aaws pub
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HUMHW WATCH FOR
SUNIUHK AM) 8UN8KT
The Herald announces the fol
lowing hour ot aunrlio and aunset
for the (Irat week In December
and to aaatat hunters from being
arreeted for lllefal anbollng, the tut
gaatloa, la made to follow the law,
"Baftarahootlac one-half hour before
anarlM and atop at auniet." Look
ovar the table and keep out ot trouble.
Dec. , 7:31 4:36
Dec 10 7:41 J..- 4:36
Dec 11 . 7:43 4:36
Dec XI - 7:43 ..., 4:36
Dec 13 7:44 4:36
Dec 14 ... 7:46 4:36
PERSONAL MENTION j
Mr a. Robert Davis has returned
from Wenatehee, Washington, where
ahe Baa been visiting her parent.
She left thla morning tor her home
in Swaa lake Tailor, where the Darli
brothers haro largo timber Interests,
Mr. D. I Sterena, of Ashland, Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Ada Cozad,
for a few dart. Mra. Stercns Is ac
companied br her eon. Master Don.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo MeCollum
hare moved Into town for tho win
ter from the MeCollum mill.
Captain O. C. Applcgatte has re
turned from tho Klamath Agency
where he spent nearly a week clear
ing up roattera for Modoc war veter
ans. Sunday the Captain cxpecta to
leave for Jacksonville to be with his
Recent arrivals at the Arcade are:
A. Spencer,, of Kanloopa, D. C: ,E. T,
Lacy, Dunsmulr; T. W. Jordon, Sis-
, aon; A. C. Stpckton, ot Red Dluff,
and A, H. Wright, "of Portland.
Roy Keller left yesterday morning
for Spokane In answer to a. telegram
telling of the audden serious Illness
of his mothor.
Mrs. H. R. Crane was in town yes
terday doing Christmas shopping
fro raber home In Chlloquln.
MU Edith. Lamm, accompanied by
her mother, spent yesterday In Kla
math Falla shopping.
Roy Kelson -was a county aeat visit
or yeaterday from the Nelson ranch
Dave Lenox was a passenger on the
morning train bound for Roseburg,
where he will spend several months.
Mr. Lenox, who was In buslneaa here
for aeveral yeara, has been looking
after buslneaa Interest fo rthe past
month In and about Klamath Falls.
Mr. and Kra. B. If. Illlpert, who
arrived the first ot the week from
their borne In Bend, left on thla
morning' train for Santa Crux.
A. M. Cilller and Leslie Rogera
drove down to Merrill last night for
the purpose of meeting with the dl
rectors ot the Merrill bank.
J. if. Van Meter, one of the well
known farmera ot the county, was
here after supplies late yesterday af
It. K. Bradbury made a flying trip
Int otown yestterday from bis ranch
In the valley for the purpose ot at
tending to business maters.
Emanuel Vlelra, accompanied by
hla son, Arthur, was a county seat
visitor from Yalnax.
Dob Hunsaker left on the morning
train for San Francisco where he will
make a brief business Visit, return
ing here the first of next week.
Marvin Hilton it here for a visit
with hla parenta and friends, having
obtained a ten-day furlough from the
V. 8. B. Huntington.
Oeorge .Watt, of the Klamath Live
Stock association, left tbta morning
for San Francisco where he will be
occupied for the next few days with
A. H. Easier, H. H. Walgbt and
Thoaaaa H. Magulre are all register
ed at the .White Pelican hotel from
O. I. Jrtscher 1 a business visitor
la thla city from San Francisco, hay
ing arrived on last night's train.
J. Pr HeAullffe la here for a tew
days J rpwbia.caUle ranch .near Fort
Klamath for the purpose of looking
after( matters ,of legal bualneas.
Louise Howard la another Fort
Klamath visitor here this week-end
from the Fort.
Baeefo Woods came Into (own yes,
terdajr evealng from the Agency and
ta eaj4ijirja fw days" here shopping
A..."lrVrhari was a passenger In
m tajtliht'aivtjtti fro Portland
who aaaatta' ty stead the next few
Olive Myers uf Illy la visiting here
F. K, McCready Is looking after
mutters of legal business In the
county scat today from his homo at
Jerry M. Carter and J. 8haunesy,
ranchers In tho Ilonania district, arc
business visitors heor today.
Joo 8. Unit of Modoc Point arriv
ed hero Inst night nnd will spend to
day In transacting business with lo
Ruby Wilcox Is n Klamath Falls
wtck-end visitor from Medford, hav
ing arrhed on Inst night's train.
Tho Houaton-Pllx orchestra loft by
car this afternoon for Fort Klamath
who htcracrpylcsny Ixllcndt
whora they arc playing for the Wood
Illver folks tonight.
Ivan Pnnkey and Mr. and Mrs
Lento are county scat visitors here
today from Yalnax
"It's n toss up; bo hanged It I
know," was tho expression used
The business element ot tlio city
have been In attendance during tha
week, and yestorday about 100
members prominent In local circles
oro present, most ot whom an
nounced their Intention ot being
on hand at 9:30 o'clock sharp to
morrow evening. Men who work
by tho day nlso say that they will
bo thcro, as this 34 rounds ot en-
that $3 and tS stuff to get In.
Wo want amusoment but we are
not making a fortune, neither can
no pay high prices to witness
nmusoments. It's tha first real
worklnaman's nrlro that has beon
Pottered, aud wo will take advant
age ot tha offer," n number of
box factory workers say.
Klr't Match OHIO
Tho box office opens at Ihu hall
at 7:30 o'clock, but reservations
for tickets ran be made today or
tertalnment Is placed at the price tomorrow morning by telephoning
wbich they can afford to spend tor 331-j. Promoter McDonald an
untertatnmrnt, general admission1 nounces tho first preliminary bo-
bclng 11.10. "It's tho right price; twecn "Tutfy" Anderson and Kid
tend as long as there Is none ot lllelin nt 1'30 o'clock sharp.
3 27 MAIN iT,
FIGHT FANS PACK
TO SEE FIGHTERS
McDonald'a Halt yesterday after
noon was packed with Interested
spectators, who woro attracted by
the coming boating show tomorrow
evening, and desired to see tor
themselves what clasa ot attraction
would bo otfored for their amuse
Dy 2 o'clock when Fighting
Sharkey, ot Medford, started In
working out, many bad to elbow
their way through the packed mass
of people to get even a vlow ot the
Sharkey bear all the earmarks
ot a man who haa been In the fight
ing game for years. Howover, as
hi ears hare missed the usual
bruising sufficient to escape the
"cauliflower stage," his appearance!
leomed to pleate the tans. Wheal
they aaw him atep orer to the
punching bag and play a tattoo on
it, they were fully convinced that I
he was tho original package of(
fighting material which hi friend'
advanced before ho came here.
When he atepped Into the ring and
sparred, that convinced them that
the battle ot tho year would take
place tomorrow evening. Ritchie's
peculiar fighting atyle la well
known here, and the fana have been
speculating since yesterday Just
which way the decision wilt go.jw
and the boys aay mat iney win ai
HKM1-ANNCAI, nMR'HK HAI.K
STARTS SATUHDAY, 0 A. M.
tleorgcttcs, Crepo-dc-Chcncs nnd Washable Rutins
Any lllouso up to IS. SO
Combs for Gifts
Rather an odd suggestion, but really a very clever
little gift. Men, women and children, all use
combs. One in a little box and tied with a libbon
makes an ideal little gift. We have the combs and
we can also supply the ribbons.
Wv KLAMATH FALLS OREGON mSW
V, WHERt PAirNCULA.lt PfOPLK fl
IfruBifyJ buy tmcir omjos lAfftfWI
ji 1 1 1 11 11 1 a 1 nnrmnn nninnn
WINS HIS FIGHT
MoNAMKK V.H ALMOST DOWN
AND Ol'T IH'T VKKIM I.IKi: A
NKW MAX .NOW.
"I Mas about down and out when
1 started taking Tnnlnc nnd If It
hadn't been for ttiu way this medicine
built mo up I would hnvfl had to
quit my Job," said T. J, McNnmro, of
Hock Spur, Ore.
"I had no appetite nnd tho little
food I nto sremod to glvn ma no
strength nt all and I finally got so
weak I could hardly stand on my
feet. What I needed was something
to build me up and I am convinced
that 1 got Tnnlnc Just In tlmo to
keep me from going down and out
"I felt mysolt getting now life nnd
energy from every doso of Tnnlnc
and I am feeling llko a new man
now.. In fact, I nner felt better In
TunUc and Tanlsc Vegetable I'ltls
are sold by druggists everywhere.
Mrs A "Your husband told my
husband that his word was law at
home." Mm. II,: "Yes, It's onn ot
those laws thst aro nevor enforced.'
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MECCA TAXI SERVICE
Office Phone 153 Res. Phone 339-J
Closed Cars. Country Trips Solicited
If Interested In the prrsrnt or future weUare of your eyes,
read the following carefully,
Eiamiaed Dt. J. (j. (jODlC and Poraished
The Well-Known Optometrist-Optician has Opened Office at
700 Main titrcet Phono 1BO-W
Where we have Installed a complete grinding plant. We are pro.
pared to give you quick service. If yoa suffer from Headache,
Kyo-Straln. or your present glasses are not satisfactory, you may
gain great comfort and relief by consulting me,
My prices are reasonable nnd consistent with the value of
such service. I have helped hundreds In your city and county,
and I might help you.
Shell or Gold Illmlc, Kyo UUute or
Frame RlmlrM with How,
Among the reasona a man gives
for not purchasing a piano thla
Christmas are: We can't afford 11.'
it won't hurt to let tha eMwrea
wait another year, we haven't room,
and I would rather have a new car.
You may not know that we nave
planoa with very low first pay
ments or ten to fifteen per cent,
and terms of eight dollars a month.
But anyway you look at it par
enta who are ao selfish that they
will not make sacrifices for the
good ot their children and homes
are more numerous than you would
Are you one of them?
Earl Shepherd Music Co.
Music Headquarter, for Santa Clau
507 Main Street?
ROBERTSON GROCERY & CONFECTIONARY
1126 Main Street
Next to Strand Theatre
Cm" m - ""is'VvnrijnriruxnjT.inrn.TrvjnjTriJoaua.
The Midland Lyceum Bureau Presents
THE LILLIAN RINGS DORF CONCERT CO."
In the third of a series of entertainments at
MOOSE HALL, Dec 12, at 8 P. M.
There will be a Dance after the Concert with
Rings Dorf Music
Concert, 55c, Dance, 55c
WKT, Mutiny rratlirr, cwurc,
nifilo, ami the heavy rtJd i on.
r. King's N'r Dixmtry IxcaWIt up
quickly ami lciaruly Head cleaned
up, coujlt rrlirrl and ou feci Utter.
At )our druixirt, 60c.
For Colds and Cou&ns
nonets tlcftfilnc for Help? Dr.
KInf's Tills will tuns von the
hjppinns of riguUr, ikhiijI tmwelt
and lirr functioning, MiM IhiI at
way rrlublr. At all ilnitciit. 2Se.
TV I'ltOMPTt WONT OKIFn
Dr. Kintf s Pills
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KOIt BAt.K Household furnltujrn.
1104 Upham SI, H
HIIOK UKl'AIIUNU Host leather,
best prices. Open evening. Jack
frost. 110 H. titth,' H 31.
KOIt IlKNT Hairy ranch.
FOR HAI.K Small cook stove, 18.00
llox II. Herald office, 8 V
WANTKU Klderly woman to help
In small family for board aud
small wages. 1'hone 531 J. ft II
KOIt IlKNT Furnished 3 room Apt,
Close In. I'honft 531J
WANTKIV Hewing. 1'rlce reason
able. Call !4 Walnut. I 10
KOIt BAI.B Iluffel, china closet,
electric table lamp and electric
dome, I'hone 301M. S 14
l-KT I'KIUUNfl solve your Xmaa
problems. Hanta Claua will be
here this year.
KOH HAI.K 1'ullets! Uarred Itoeka
and White leghorns, lit a dos.
Lloyd Hedfleld, l'hono 4t6W3. 7
81101' KAUI.Y and get a choice selec
MAK: MK AN OKKKIt for lot No,
9, lllock 71. lluena Vista Add. on
Oregon Ave. Ilest offer geta It. T.
M. Ilratcher, 13t Conrad Bt Watts
I. O.. Los Angeles, Cal. 13.
WOMAN AVanla cooking on ranch,
or for a few men. Inquire Mra. II,
II. Davis. Washington House. II
KUItNITURK Hepalred. aawa sharp.
ened work, any kind of work
7:t 10th Ht I'hone 30H 8 11
I.OBT Alrdala puppy. Finder re
turn to West End Urocery and col
lect reward. 9.
KOIt RAI.K Oak finished Vlctrota,
ModelXVI, with records. I'hone
480J. 3 10.
KOH BALK Urge Wicker baby bug.
gy, Ivory finish. I'hone 40.1,
NOTICK INVITIMJ lIU)lH.l4
Proposals will bo rvcolved by tint
Common Council of tho City of Kla
math Falls, Oregon, up to and In
cluding .Monday evening, December
13, 121. at tho hour of I o'clock
I l for the construction of a ma
chinery shed 60 X 16 feet In slie
and In accordance with tho plans and
specifications therefor on file In tho
office of tho I'ollce Judgo; ssld struc
ture to be orecrl-d on lllock 88 of
'Ily order of the Common Council.
A. 1.. I.KAVITT, I'olleo Judgo.
. 9 10 13.
8TINBON I'HOTO SHOP Open every
Sunday until Christmas. NSitf.
KOU IIUII.niNO Alterations, cabinet
work, roofing and glass, rail the
6lh Bt Carpenter Cabinet 8hop.
636 B. 6th HI, I'hone S8IW.
AltCADK TRAKHKKIl HKKVICK
Uaggaga and frunttura moving.
I.ocal and loug dlalanc hauling,
I'hone C69J. PI-31
rOIt BALK Ota newspaper at Her
SKK OUIl CIIATKU IJKK Pictures
before you buy elsewhere. 8ln-
son I'hnlo Bhop. Nlttf.
HAVIC 30 TO BO I'KIl CUNT on your
Xnms presents, Wlutnra Jewelry
HLKIIITI.Y IIHK1) I'lANOH aud I'hu
nographs, Winters Jewelry Hlore.
Kor 111) y K.
I'erklns Kurulturn House.
BI.HIHTLY I1HKD IMAN08 and I'ho
nographa. Winters Jewelry Htorn
BAVK 30 TO 60 I'KIl OKNT on your
Xmaa presents. Winter Jewelry
BAVK 30 TO BO I'KIl CKNT on your
Xmas presents. Wtntera Jewelry
8IIKKI' KOIt HAI.K Bli hundred
fine Merino ewes, all young and
In first class condition. It. P. Tut-
lie, Ilonania, Oregon. NII-D16,
UKNKKAL HAULINO And Trucking.
, Call Arcade Transfer, BJ.
THE CHRISTMAS TREES
are here now, t the
any sire, nrstly mounted on stsod.
Come In and make your aelactlon,
or call 413. II., and we will deliv
er oue thai will please you,
KHY M DONIMIMO
A Permanent Meat Market
All Kinds of Fresh Meats Daily
As Sanitary as any Meat
Market in the State.
Give Us a Trial
Apples, Prunes, Cider,
Jelly, Apple Sauce and Home
A few Pumpkins at lc per lb
Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs
Cream, Buttermilk, Cottage
Cheese and Bread
Fresh Whole Milk, 8c per quart
Daily. Customers Must Bring
Their Own Containers
Vegetables of All Kinds at
Prices That Cannot Be Equaled
in the City.
This Spells Success to the
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NOTICK tint I'Cni.HilATOV I
Not Coal Ijind "
Dftpartmrnt of llin Interior '
V 8, Land Office at Lake-low. Oru-
gon, December 6, 1931 '
NOTICK Is hereby given that Jo-,
seph A. Mahonoy, of llonanra. Ore-,
gon, who, on Bept. 3nd, 1916, made1
Homestead Knlry, No. 09381, for tot
4. 8WUNWU Bee, 5. Lots I. 3. 4.
8KKNWU. BViNKU. Section 6.
Township 39 H. Hange 13 K, Will.
Meridian, haa filed notlro of Inten
tion to mako final three-year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, bofore J O. Hamaker. U.
8. Commissioner, at Ilonania, Oregon,
on the 21st day of January, 1933,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Cbarlea HcCartlo. W. II. Sparks, W.
II. Chase, Jerry McCartle, all of Ilo
Notice will be published for flvn
consecutlvo weeks In tho Klsmath
P. I'. LIOHT, llcglster.
D9 16 23 30 J 6.
We Aim to Please You
Under New Management
WM. BONFIELD ft C. REBER
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"Let George do It"
Swiss Watcb Repair Specialist
622 Main Street
THE GRAND CENTRAL
Ninth St and Klamath Ave,
T. M. P. S.
of interest to the res
idents of Merrill and
Malin country only