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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIIITIIHIIAV, .MNIMHV IU, IUUU
The Evening Herald
K. J. MUltltAV ...... Killlof
K. J. IIAflltCTT . City Editor
1'ubllthcd dally except Sunday. by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Btrcet.
Kntorod at tho nostofflcq at
math Kails, Ore. for
through tho malls ai
transmission I nnw nt 1C. K
reduction on I'utrlcU Mackl
l'uro an cot elder, any quantity.
Also beautiful modern rnnrli home
Tltn ASSOCIATKD , ., ,,,"'.'. " T. -' I. W-.i,
KIMO. . rtM tvnv.imtil Cltnnri Ml- 1 ? V illi
St. City. !-14
Tho Associated l'rcs. la exclusively! P?"""- ''. '"-
entitled to tho use (or publication of J
ail news aispaiciies crnaucu la i
or not otherwlso crcdltod In thla LOST- DM w eon Kl.uu.ith 1'nlls
paper, and alao tho local Oaws pul J and Merrill, aiilt case In brown
Usher herein. (canvas cover contctits. woman'
THURSO A V, JA.NTAHV
11!, lUiB!.0 garage, ivianiain raus, care i.
iv. w line. .nurrsun s J-inro. .ucrriii.
FOUND IN WEALTHY
or notify owner for reward. Mrs, O. T
McKcndreo, Klamath Kails. Merrill
Special price on a number of
ll'luuoa, riaycrnlnnos and l'hono-
NKW'AUK, N J. Jan. 11 Kouriogrupbs for two weeks only. Karl
Mcillhjr manufaeturera. powers mj Shepherd Co.. C07 Main St 7-lt
K K Store
It you want to sell It. buy It, trade
It. ur find It, try a Hernld classified
STEAM HEATED rooms sn RO per
week. , Largo, 'well lighted lobby
timvcr l.tli. Nt v winter rates.
iVntrnl Hotel, J 1. Ward. Mar. 9lf.
SEE OMt CttATElt t.AKK Pictures
beforo ou buy elsewhere. Btltt-
ion Photo Shop. N25lf.
xoiicu or mu:uin"H sale
l lit' lptll.. ,,f rt.i .iviiAli I lull illllv l.
mi oil out of the Circuit Court of tho
Stnto of Oregon for Klamath Coun
ty, dated Doccmbor 20th, 1921,' In
n cortnln suit In said court In which
on December 20th, 11)21, Mrs. E. II.
Albln, ns plaintiff, recovered Jiidc
nicnt against (llenn V McCnrmlck
and (lertrudc McConuIck of Defend
ants for tlio aunt of ? 4 U0 0 00, nml
Interest thereon nt tho rato of 8 per
com per nniium mi mwciuuer n,
tmn nil. I ft.n fil.lt..... .lllii ..f lillA-
-,.' , Hllll , III! ,111,11V! PMIII 111 f 1VU' 111 II
00 n iillnriiMv'u fl.1 II, III llfl.li Mill! ' ' ' !'
disbursements of said suit taxed nt
Jl.i.fia, and nccrulnit costs, nnd In
which suit decree was entered fore
closing nil rlcht, title, nnd Interest
claimed by nil defendant In said
suit, to-wlt. (llonn V McConulck.
tlorlriido MeCormlck, V C. Lehman.
Trustee, llcorgo llnwmnn. E. L. Wills
ler, and Elrst Nutlennl llnnk oft
ivlamntti Falls, Oregon, a corpora
tlo-i. tn ami to the property herein
Notice Is hereby given that
nnd entered tn tie ember 13. 1921
the iliuo of Hut first publication of
the summons Is December IB, 1921.
- HIED A, llAICEIl,
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
Uoom 107, .Klrnt Htnte nnd
Savings llnhk Hldg, Klamnth
Dec 18-32.29 Jan 5-12-19
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mo inc. grate anu mauie. inau.iry.i ,UB(fs nfrrtti0 guaranteed eggs at
tho first men over t0 go to Jail for Hnwxhurst Market, 45c per dnson.
violating the Sherman anti-trust) 10-14
law, novo been pronounced modol
liv Hlchard McOiilnncssj r w" UIW ' ruuul " !"
ny uicnaru .Mcuuinnossj ,-ni4ta 10th si T..I. S42W.
of the Newark Street Jail. ; 10-12
33 1-3 C5- reduction an Men's Over
coats. K. K. K. Store.
Tho quartet Krank II. Nobbo.
Arthur Shjlstnnc. Albert Shallo and
Herman Petri, who recently pleaded
guilty to eliminating competition af
ter their activities had been un
earthed by tho Lockwood Icglsla
tvo committee In Now York ap
parently are qulto content with
prison fare. Although their funds
lire sufficient to supply them dally r0R UKNT i'our worn furnished'
with an outside caterers' products,! apartment with piano. No Child-
they seldom supplement the prison Iren, Phone 2S3M. IMS t
menu with anything but pie. All' KSTItAY '
havo developed a stronp taste for strnyed to Fred Orennon's place,
tb lg form of sweetmeat, and the pic- 1 brown horse, white face and four
boy never misses them on his dally h'to feet: 1 sorrel horse, white fac. I
rminrf of th. tlor.. nJ fo.ur wh te fMt- WE" ?? JIJ I
FOl'ND Laat night on Oregon Ao..
automobile chain. Owner may havo
same by calling nt this office nnd
paying for ad. 10-12
WANTED Experienced girl for of
flco work. State experience. Ad
dress flox ISC Klamath Falls, Ore.
HEiti: wi: aim: ahain:
Whlto Leghorn llnby Chicks.
Hntchtd exclusively from our own
hens that averaged for tho oar 1921,
1S1 circa unch far tho whnlo flock
This Is the real test of merit, rather I Klamath Falls, Ort'Kon.
trail ths achievement of n few select
ed from n largo tloik nnd fed on
plo and Augul food At a Ujlnc con
tent. We h vc grally enlarged our
plant ami nr prepared to hatch fifty
thousand chicks during tho soasou
Order early and cvt them when
ruarv 1S 00- reh 3 An 111 1 ,0rnoy '" f,0'' nml c0,"' "lir.e.
ruar su.oo, JUrcli and April uz ,,, ,h-, ,..,, ,., ,,, ....
50, .Mar nud Juuij Jll.OO. Pure bred .,..,.,. i,.,.,,,,,.., V, '..; ""
Irhfttl mi t (- mt.mt.
XOTH'K IX)lt l'lritl.U'ATlON
DKI'AUTMr.NT OK THE INTEIltOIt
Not coal land
Land Offl'o nt l.nkevlnw, Oro-
sn. Dee. 31 19?1
NOTIOE Is hereby given that Wal
ter ). West, whoso post-offlcn nd
dru's Is Klamath Agency. Oregon,
did, I'M tho SSrd day of May, 1921,
f'lo lir this office Rwnrn Statement
end Application. No, 011731, to pur-
ebnn tho WU, BKVt. SEU 8EU See
il; NWI4 Nli".t Section 7, Township
1 3 Si), Jiang), 12l. Wlllamettn Meri
dian, and tho timber thereon, under
thn provisions of tho act it Juno 3.
1S7S, nnd nrjn nmniidntoryy, known
oil n thn "Tlnihni- nml Stnnn Ijiw." nt
for Publication of Summons herein mciils of snld Hull Imtother with ii
and If you fall so. to nniwor. Iho deficiency Jmlpinciil to tmllsfy said
plaintiff will npply to tho Court for mhrtgnge, ..... i .,
tho rollef prayed for In tlio Cotn-i This smniuons la luihllshed in tho
iil.lxl I1...I linrnlm Nnmitlv-. I.'np n ' Tim 1,'vrlllllir Ml'llllll. II 110 Wnlllllior.
decreo of tho Court foreclosing that j published at Klninnth Fulls, Klamnth
certain mortgngn mndo nnd executed I County, Oregon, by ntiler of thn Hon.
...'." '.': " . . r,V.? rt- "' uch value ns might bo fixed by np
iiiu irons uoor 01 mo ivianiatn prnlscmont. nnd that, pursunnt to
(ounty lourl Home In tho City of ,Wh nppllcnllpn. the land nnd timber
Ivlnmntll Falls, Oregon. I Will sell at' lhr.n tmvn hnnn nlinr.il.nil li'lvn
public auction lo tho highest bidder; Hundred Twenty Dollars, the timber
liv snld itefnndnnt In favor of Uliilli
tiff to thn Houtli lialf of tho Southuast
quarler and Lot 6 of Hertlon Eleven
(11). Township Thirty Hovon (37).
South, llango Thirteen (13) East of
thn Wlllnuinttn Meridian In Klninnth
County, Oregon, said mortgage being
for thn sum of $2000.00 together
with Interest thereon nt thn rata of
S per cent per annum from Septem
ber 34, 1920, for which sum Judg
ment Is domnndod, together with tin
further sum of I2B0.OO attorney fees,
together with costs nnd disburse
ornbln I), V Kliyliemlnll, Jiidgn of
said Court, tlntod January 4th, 1922,
directing such summons to bn pub
lished not less thiin mini n week fur.
nlX BIICCCBSlM) Nl'tlllS.
Unto of First Piibllmtlon Is Jnini
nry n, 1932
ONEII.I. AND lltWIN.
Ily John Jrwln.
Allornojn for Plaintiff; Office nml
Post Officii Addrisrt No I an. North
4th UlioOI. Kliimntli Fulls, Klnin
nth loniily Oregon
J 8. 12-19.3U I' 2-9.HI
"I 1 l-Ti-
for cash, tho following described real
Situated In Klamath County, Oro
gen. tho West Half of tho South
east qunrter of Section 36, Town
nliln 10, South Itnngn to, ICnt of
Wllhimette Melrdl.in. to satisfy
.. . . . . . . . . ..
!.iiii juugmcni, interest thereon, at
11 tlt... .H.l 11 t 1A.I. ,.... 1..1 H.. I
specla order WW, Sheriff.
,MSyo0odrpoultrr Farm. Corning 'i'VT ,': K,VVV'C,NS' ,)o",,l'
Calif. J3-F3 " J Jnn B-t-19
Rleonlng rocm for
heat. Fwanson llldg.
Advertising brings efficiency.
Oet results by Using class ads.
Tamlly and Tourist Hotel
Centrally located, Opposite Poitofflco
Free bus to all trains
Sterol Heat Ilcasonabla Kates
t.4parate lobby for ladles.
AltCADE HOTEL 1-31
"Occasionally," said tho
today, "wo havo a particularly tine
roast or fowl down at the staff
urn, bv navlnc sinenses. Cnll 10F23
warden after C o'clock. 10-12
Equity No 13S4
IN THE CIKCl'lT COUUT OF THE
STATE OF OIIECION FOlt THE
COLNTV OF KLAMATH
Margaret Waudell, Plaintiff
Ulrhard J. Waudoll. Defendant.
To IHchard J. Waudell. Defendant
2S) Tons new alfalfa hay for sale. 'IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
$G.0o ton. Jay Falrclo.. Merrill high-! OIIKOON:
way. 7-26 i You nro hereby required to appear
anu answer loo complaint filed
l.vnnm Hill, cor Slh & lllih. wnll
'itltii4 a1ii rl(k sarlll ha cant.
dining room, and we will send some cd at noran, prices. 'Apply to M.
of the meat up to them. They could, Motschenbacher, Phone S56W, or on
of course, have meals sent In from ! Premises. 30-tf
FOR SALE Cook stove,
couch, tablo, chairs, etc
WANTED 6 or room house, close
in. Address 20S Winters' Hide i
tho outside, but they seem satisfied' t ' " , muL
with our regular food. That I takei8way the hours much as they would
as a compumcni to our aitcnen. do ln ,hclr elubf Thcr naT0 th,lr
The quartet are all housed lniPpcit tnclr nospapers and tholr
one largo cell In tho hospital wing. cardf. nut instead of looking out
because one of their number Is suf- oa the avenue through glass crystal
fcrlng from an Illness which ro-'the hUtorIc Morris canal, s from
quires constant medical attention. a feudal castle.
Therefore, they do not come Into'
dally contact with the other prison- MICIIIOAN PLAYEIl IS
ers murderer, burglars, potty HKiXED UV HT. LOl'W
thlovcs. I ,
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wncn visitors call, however, tno ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Jan. 11. The;
four must follow prison routine andtst. Louis Nationals have signed
receive their visitors In the prison I Center Vlck of tho Unltorslty of
room. On. such days this center Is Michigan, who was selected by
center or General entertainment Walter Camp as a member of the
uncomfortably crowded. 'mythical All-Amerlcan football team.'
The four men of wealth while, vick I a catcher I
acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com
bined with llthia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimu
late tho kidneys, also to neutralize
the acids in urlno so it no longer
causes Irritation, thus ending blad
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and can
not Injure; makes a delightful effer
vescent llthla-watcr drink which
eierjonc should take now and then
t ' keep the kidneys clean and active
end tho blood pure, thereby avoiding
eerlous kidney complications. Adv
sanltnry I against you In tho abnvo entitled suit
Call 443 nmt court within six weeks from the
10-12 lllt0 f tho first publication of this
summons, nnu it yo'i ran to appear or
answer, Plaintiff will apply to the
Court for tho relief pra)ed for In
hnr rnmnt.ilnt nn fl1n liArnln. tn wit
'for r decree dlssoMng tho bonds of
'matrimony now existing betweeu
'plaintiff and defendant, and for such
other and further relief as to the
Court may seem equitable
' This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof In tho Evening
Herald, a dally nosspaper, printed,
published, nnd of goneral circulation
In Klamath County, Oregon, onco a
week for six wcoks, by ordor of tho
Honorablo D. V. Kuykendall, made
eitlrintod 3fiOM board feel at $1 00
per M. nnd tho land SIGOOO, that
snld nunllrant will offer final proof
In support of liN appllrntlnn and
vom stitenient on thn 13th tiny of
Mareh, 1922 beforo llert C Thomas,
, I'. S. Commissioner, at Klamath
I Falls, Oregon
Any person Is nt liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest nt any tlmn before patent
Issiim. by filing a corroborated affi
davit in mis r-iiirn alleging incis
which would defeat the nntrr
Notice will bo published for nine
coneciitlvo weeks In tho Klamnth
F P t.inilT Henlster
Jan. B-.12-19-2 P. 2D-H1-23 M.S
I Vl'IIMUATION OF HUMMONK
I Equity No. lilim.
IN THE CIIICUIT COl'IlT OF THE
STATE OF OllEOON, FOlt KI.AM- '
J A. Mnddnx, Plaintiff vh T. O.
To T, O. Mcllattan, Tho ubove ,
Named Dofondant. I
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Ol"
You aro hereby required to appear j
and answer tho Complaint fllil
against you In tho nbovo entitled Hull.
on or befora the 30th day of Febru
ary 1922, that being tho last dn '
within which defendant Is allowed to'
nnswer heroin, as fixed by tho Court
PRICES ON WOOD
20 TO 60 PER CENT OFF
CAN YOU BEAT IT?
I.IHI 'I Ills
Div Slab, cord ... - 8.00 $5.00 i
Mock Wood, cord $7.00 $6.00
Hlock Wood, double loud $0.50 $8.00
Limb Wood, cord ..$12.00 $10.00
Wc arc practically down to pro-war prices.
Phone in your orders.
O. PEYTON & CO.
419 MAIN ST.
"I Owe a Debt of Gratitude
to Bark Root Tonic"
EVEItY day nxpresslnns on the
merits of Hark Hoot Tonic
come to us from some emu who bus
benefited by this hoalth-htllldur
If jou've oxpcrlenced lack of np
potlln and energy. nerotis head
ache and that always-tlrad fcclliiKi
ludlgaitlrn and constipation. ou
need the pure rrots and herbs In
Hark Hoot Tonic Made In our
modern and sanitary laboratories
At All llillnblo DniggMx, or Write
(Vlru-Koln t'n., MfK.i
1 1 in Karl
In trade, Phonographs
RED PEPPER HEAT
Don't overlook the big prlco re
ductlon( on men's fine Overcoats and
suits at K. K. K. Store.
I ..,l KST REC0t J-r-T.
0 SLUVICI hLMM
' The Mexicans have dlscorcrel
i that they can kill us off quicker 1
selling us booze, than they can by
Insurrectlng all the time. Columb.a
They msde'em Snappy.
The new January Ilecords aro all
here and waiting for you.
507 Main St. 7
FEI FOLKS HI
GRAY HI NOW
OBIT MEAT WHEN
Take n Gins of RnlU If Vour Hack
Hurts or ninddcr Trouble
DrucKlt Says Indies Aro Using Ite.
clpo of Huro Tea and
Hair that loses Its color and lustre
or when It fades, turns Rray, dull and
lifeless Is caused by a lack of sulphur
In tho hair, Our grandmother made
up a mixture of Sage Tea nnd Sul
phur to koep her locks dark nnd
beautiful and thousands of women
and men who valuo that even color,
that beautiful dark shade of hair
which Is so attractive, use only this
Nowadays we Ret this famous mix
ture Improved by the addition of
other Ingredients by asking at any
drug atore for a bottle of "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," which
darkens the hair so naturally, so
evenly, that nobody can possibly tell
It has been appllod. You Just dampen
a sponge or soft brush, with It and
draw It through your hair, taking ono
small strand at a time. Dy morning
tho gray hair disappears: but whnt
delights the Indies with Wyeths Snpe
nnd Sulphur Compound Is that, be
sides beaiiMfulty darkening the hslr
nfior a. few applications. It also
hr'rs;s bs-k the gloss and Iure and
K'ves 't en fcpiearance of abundance,
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mlstako by
flushing the kidneys occasionally,
says a well-known authority. Meat
forms urle add which excites the
kidneys, they become overworked
from the strain, get sluggish nnd
fall to filter the wasto and poisons
from tho blood, then we get sick.
Nearly all rheumatism, headaches,
liver trouble, nervousness, dirtiness,
sleeplessness and urinary dlcordors
como from sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull acho
In tho kidneys or your back I urts or
If the urine Is cloudy, offens ve, full
of sediment, irregular of passage or
attended by a sensation of ctaldlng
stop eating meat and get abcut four
ounces of Jad Salts from any phar
macy; take a tablespoonfnl In a glass
of water before breakfast rnd In a
few days your kidneys will act fine,
This famous salts Is made from the
Tho heat of red poppers takes the
"ouch" from a sore, lanio bark It
can not hurt you, and It certainly
ends the torture at once.
When you are suffering so you
can hardly get around. Just try lied
Pepper Rub, and you wilt have tho
quickest relief knonn Nothing has
such concentrated, penetrating heat
as red peppers.
Just as soon as you apply Red Pep
per Rub you will feel tho tingling
hent In three minutes It warms tho
soro s.iot through and through, I'aln
and sorencsj are gone.
Ask any' druggist for a Jar of
Howies Red Popper Hub De suro to
get the genuine, with tho namo
Rowlcs on each package. Adv.
Irx .ssskssssai ' sss'bsss0. uf
Head Stuffed By
Catarrh or Cold ?
Use Healing Cream
If your nostrils aro clogged your j
miuiu uisiressea, or your ncau is
stuffed by nasty catarrh or a cold,
apply a llttlo pure, authentic, gonn
destroying cream Into your nostrils.
It penetrates through ovory air pass
ago, soothing Inflamed, swollen mom
brancs and you get Instant relief.
How good It feels. Your nostrils
aro open. Your head Is clear. No
more hawklnr;, snuffling, dryness, or
struggling for breath. Get a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Dalm from nny
druggist. Colds and catarrh yield llko
magic. Don't stay atuffod up. Relief
is suro. Adv.
Union Taxi Co. and Mecca Taxi Co.
OPEN AND CLOSED CARS
Phone 424-J 531 Main Street
;!!... ... ...4.M..1,
DR. J. G. GOBLE
700 Mal.i Street Phone 103-W
Wo I'll anil Grind Glasses. Duplicate Ilroken Lenses.
haVe the Broadway zip
and they're months ahead!
from BroadiOay debut
' to Chicago Dance
The Club da Vlngt Orchestra Introduced
"April Show. rs" at tb exclusive Club
da Vlnt, Oct. IS, R.cordcd it for Edl
son, Oct. 20. i'inlthed KB-CRHATIONS
shipped Oct. 24, vl U.S. Alrplan. Mall,
K.ach.d Chicago the asm. .veiling, and
played by New Edison at Edgtnstsr
TAKE the case of "April Show
ers", the fox trot hit of tho
"April Showers" was introduced
to New York on a Wednesday.
On the following Monday, u
crowded ball-room, at tho Edge
water Beach Hotel in Chicago,
danced to the original Broadway
Which means, that Edison
Re-Creation8 of "April Showers"
were recorded, manufactured nnd
shipped, all within 5 days after
New York first heard the number.
Tho genius of Mr. Edison has
perfected tho fastest and greatest
"hit" service in the world.
est dnnco sensations, played by
Broadway's favorito orchestras,
and brings them whilo Broadway
is still enthusing over them.
The New Edison Ru-Ckkatiis
this music with such perfect real
ism, that you actually get nil tho
zip and flavor of tho living Broad
The New Edison is tho only
phonograph which gives you such
life-like dance music, becauso it
is the only phonograph which
sustains the test of direct compar
ison with living artists.
If you want the world's best
dance music in your homo, get n
Now Edisen: $ (fill in your
own first payment), puts it thcro.
How? Let us explain.
It brings you Broadway's new-
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
GEO- A. WIRTZ
122 S. 6th St. Phone 125
BALED STRAW MURPHEY-S FEED STORE