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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Eraning Herald
M .- T
R. J. MVBRAY ,
PaaHshea tallr aicpt Bundar, by
Tfca Herald Publishing Company of
Ktaaata Fall, at 111 Eighth Btreet.
' BaUredat the postoffle at Kla
SMU.ralle, Of., for transmission
ktoMSa the mall as sscond-clsss
MEMDBROr THE3 aBSOCUTKD
Th Associated Press It ncluilTely
atltM t tht um for publication of
u aews aMaatcaaia credited to u,
r sat tawwl credited la thu
paper, m4 alto lb local -sew pub
FMBAY, UKCBMBKH no, troll
10,000 MEN' "WITHOUT
WORK IN HKATT1.K
SEATTLE, Doc. . Christmas
hai gone, and with It hundred, of
Job for Seattle army of unora
Daring th put month tho holl
day season hat provided work, for
many, but with the approach of tho
atw yar th peak of the unem
ployment altnatlon naara.
Offlclala of the city's free em
pleyaatit bureau placed the number
of Jobless here at over 10,000.
WATTLE MAX KAT8,. SLEEPS,
.WORKS AND FEELH BETTER
HIA1 IN MANY TEARS
II oui.s n
REGARDLESS OF -COST
described, botore J. O. liamakar, V.
3. Commissioner, at llonanta, Oregon,
on tho list day of January, 1913.
Claimant name aa witnesses:
Charles .vfcCartle. V. H. 8parU, W.
U. Chate, Jerry McOtrtle, all of Be
Notice will be published tor five
comecutlve weeks In , ths Klamath
F. P. I.10UT, Register.
DS 16 33 3tf J 6.
.notice op BinuuFra sals)
NOTICE IS HEREBT CUVBN that
under and by virtue of a Writ of Bx
ectutloa In Foreclosure Issued' oat ot
the Circuit Court ot the 8late ot Ore
gon tor tWe Coaaty ot Klamath. In
the rase the Stat Lead Board
ot the Stat of Oregon, plalstlff-va-Robert
L. MaJoa and lira afalono
which aald writ was dated the I Oth
day ot November, A. D. 1111. I will,
on the (th day ot January, A. D.
111, at the front door ot the Court
House ot Klamath. County, Oregon,
in th city ot Klamath. Falls, Ore
gon, at the hour ot two o'clock In the
afternoon oa aald day, proceed to
sell at public Mettoa. to the highest
bidder tor cash.. all he right, title
and Interest ot th said defendants,
and all pereoaa clalaalag or to elaim,
by throagn. or, under then or either
t them.- in and to th Southeast
quarter ot the Northwest quarter, the
west bU oc th neruoaat quarter,
ami tho Southeast quarter of tho
Northeast quarter ot Boctlon Nine,
teen, In Township Forly-ono South
of Mango Fourteen, East of the WIN
lftltlnttM MapIiIUm I.. in....!, n........
Oreson, togother with tho tenements,
iivruuniueniR, aim appurtenances
thereunto belonging or In anrwlso
nnertalnlrr. nr an ni.K hA .
" " " '" .. iiimrui nn
may bo necessary to satisfy n Judg
ment PAttllAfrtit In h .!.. -...III-.!
-.""- ... mp nvu-i' milllivil
cause on tho 3rd day of September, A,
U. 1V31, which aald Judgments for
the. sum of 1150.00 with Intercut
thereon fiom tho 13th day of Novem
tier, A. I). 1017 nt tlm rntn of (1
per annum, nml tho nddlllonnt sum
ot 1100.00 attorney's fees, and for
the nddltlnnal sum ot $13.30 routs
ot this suit, nml tlm costs nnrt, ex
penurs ot this sale on execution,
Dated this 30lli day of November,
A. 1). 1031.
I.. Ii, LOW.
Hherlff of Klalmitti County Oregnn,
1)3 0 10 33 30.
nn.rir-p-u-i.ri.ri n.-irmri. r.-.-i-i i ,-- -- WAAMAWA1
jjJinriviTil 1 ' "" ,.-awaivvv.. )
It would be a skeptical person In
deed who could any longer doubt
th efficacy of Teniae, after reading
the many statements from people In
Seattle and other parts ot Washing
ton, who hsve been wonderfully bene
fited by taking this medicine. Typi
cal of thee statements Is that ot R.
O. Thompson, 3717 Delvldere Ave.,
West Seattle, Wash. Ho says:
"For-years my life was made mis
erable by stoaach trouble and I
didn't, know where to turn for relief.
I was almost desperate and I real
ised something must be done to re
lieve jny condition, aa I was losing
weight and strength every day.
"Jt Jt.hadn't been forTanlac there
la bo telling what my fate, would have
bees, but alnce taking this niedlclno
I am Ilk a new man in every way. I
oat, sleep, work, and feel better than
I have In years."
Taalac aad Taalae Vegetable nils
are) told by druggists everywhere.
DON'T FORGET THE
ODD FELLOWS DOINGS
AT ODD FELLOWS HALL
TONIGHT, AT t:43
Odd Fellows, Rebekahs, Relative and Friends
Happy New Year
Wo liuv. kNch jihi Hip Ix-M to Ih Imil lint. nk- llio mt
rar, nml nature )nu tlm lMt for lli0 i'r tu nimi'.
Wo Uuuik )ou fur your patrunaito nml nl.li rrnTjIlilntf
that U txt for ou durliig IHUU.
The Lincoln Market
"SURE WE DELIVER"
Third and Main Phono 511-J
WANTIU) TO 1IUY room modern
liuime, state full particulars, terms
etc Addreas Mux 7, Herald llox.
WANTIU -Klftt lop ntflrn ilr-k nml
rliaha, llox J. II. Herald office,
NOTICE FOR FCBLICUTON
Not Coal Laud
Department of aha Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lake-lew, Ore
gen, December C, 1921.
WOTICE 1j hereiy xlven that Jo
av 5jv-. -. Zt t " i
gon, who, on SepU-tnd. 1916, made
Homestead Entry, No. 0JI81, for Lot
4. 8WKNW Sec. 6: Lota 1. 3, 4.
SBUKWK. SHNEU. Section 6,
Township S S, Raage IS E. Will.
Meridian, has filed notice or Inten
tion to make final three-year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
New Years Greetings
Wc'to done a. good fcastoeaa -dartag taw
We. Tbaak Yoau
We're golag to do better bastaees
We Tbaak Vots far that te advajsce.
Good fortaae aad proepeaHty daaea
who can smile, Bo natter how pahafal.
Yourg for Oood Time JACK
SCHUBERT'S WHITE GROCERY
(Across the wuy from the Postofficc)
Wisheg you nil the Joy and Prosperity that 1922
can hold in store
lleKlnnlnK with tho Now Year we'll hao noinotbliiK t" tell you
thst will Interest your pocketlmok
Wo thank you for )our pstronsgo during tho year past, and hopo
for It to continue during tho coming year. Yours for good luck.
SCHUBERT'S WHITE GROCERY
MAHqllh'ltADK costumes for rnul, at
rinueor Cleaning A l'msiliiR simp.
1140 Main. :t-30
IIIkIi arhool girl would like llslit
huusnwurk for hoard nml room, llox
A. II. Herald office. SIM
BUI! OUIl CltATKll I.AKI5 IMctures
before you buy elsewhere. Htln
son i'hoto Uhop, NIBtf,
KOIt HKNT Kurnlshed houiekren
Inc room. IH3 I'lnn. I'lionn Ann II.
NKATI.Ntl IUNK NOTIt'K
.Mondsys and Wednesdays from 2
lo S p. m are tree tu ladles, In
ttructlons will also be given free.
Tursduys and Thursdays from 7 to
10 30 p, in, will also bo fren to lad
lea, tlaturday forenoons from 10 lu
13 will bo free to school children un
til further notice, lllnk In Hcandl
nnvlitii Halt open every afternoon
and evening. 2131
AIICAIIK TltANHI'CII HKUVIUK
llnging!) and frunlluro moving.
Local nnd lotm illstnncu hnullng.
I'Iidiio SOOJ, 1)1-31
If you want In soil It, buy It, trade
II, or find II. try n Herald classified ,
HIIOK KKI'AIIHNtl Heat Innther,
best prices, Open1 uvenlngs. Jack
Krost, 110 H. tltth. 1 31
KOIt IIKNT Nliely f urtilnlimi sleep
ing room Willi lintli. tlB, 00 par
mo. :ull .134 Vlnn, Cor. 4th, 1731
HTUAM HKATKti rooms 13,00 per
wenk. I.nrnn. well Hinted lobby,
shower baths New winter ratei.
Central Hotel, J. T Ward. Mir. tf.
Now for apple liutter, mince meat
and awenl rich drinks. Kresli elder,
any tilultttty- I'rlres rleht. F. I'nlloll,
117 N till. 37-3
I'Olt ItlCNT 2 moms fur gentlemen.
Call ftOHM 1135 I'llm HI. 3X.1
I.OHT- (lold wrlat watch Inltlala
It. I. ou bark- gold bracelet He
turn lo Herald office Iteward, 37-30 jg)
KOIt HAI.Iv-I.Uctrlc wanhlng macti
Ine, like new I'rlce M0. Will sell
for MO. Call 313. 3131
DR. J. G. GOBLE
7011 Main Hum Phono I1UI-W
Wo Kit anil Grind Ghuara. tlupllrato llrnkrn Lcntrt.
Itrpalr Kranm "
THE MIDLAND LYCEUM BUREAU
ESTHER AND CLAYTON
Artista in Cniyon and Sand
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 31, AT MOOSE HALL
Under the Auspices of Moose Heart Legion
at 8 P. M.
MECCA TAXI SERVICE
J. A. McDOUGALL B. L. COE
Phone 153. Closed Cars Country Trips Solicited
ROBERTSON GROCERY & CONFECTIONARY
1126 Main Street
Next to Strand Theatre
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Our Motto -for .the coning-year
"Patronize Home Industry, Buy Klaaa
ath Made Products, Keep Faith in Our
.Future and we all will prosper."
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
to all is the wish of the
Klamath Falls Creamery
1 1 TONIGHT TONIGHT
1248 Main St
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