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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1922)
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Mra. P. B Hannon on Sunday n
Uruin-Uphwioot hr daughter.
. M.. M.ritior,KJio U.TUUIng
hero 'rom South UendWartlntton.
The occasion ,W al.o V celebrate
Mra. Flshe'a birthday. Curd furnlah.
. ed Iho onWUJtiVmt.otUhii ovenlnn.
-lBtr rejtoahnsanta werererred-by
the hostiea, Thoa'e present bealdc
the family" were Mr. and Mm. Lm
ouuon, air. una Mm. j. m. Ktell and
Franela'ElenrT V ''
The Knlghta ot Columbus will kIvo
danco nt Lycoum Hall on Friday
night, January 27.' A largo attendant
In expected, and no Ndoubt this wilt
bo ono of the successful dnncra of
tho seaaom '
Mra. James "Bishop Foaler enter
talnod at a most successful party at
her home on Karl street on Wednes
day evening" of this"WeeK, A unique
feature "bf1 thli affair" was the fart
that each1 lady roenr was 'dressed
aa a'ehbruaKlrt. VaHoua people were
called upon-to entertain with a 'tone
or dance and Mho prlter for the clev
erest entertainer wentttotMra. Olenn
the evening entertainment and at
the cloae ot,the evonlng dellcloua re-
frcihmenta were aerred by the hos.,
teas.' Those present were Meedames
Uyron Hardenbrook, Uarln. Carter,
Philip PopeJA;!E,nKnd'er. .Herman
Foster. William Sanders, Iloderlck
Smith, Olonn, Jester, U N. Haines, n.
1.. Orom.Uoyijturblnjhe, Misses Dc,
Kltg'oro, Ruth Dixon" Madgo Dlibn,
HyrMo, Joiee, eToddy'"Durhln, Agnes
Drla'coll'and the "hostess'
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Honorlrfg her house" giiett. Mrs.'j
a. v. jonnson" or 'cniioqami Mrs.
John'Kafttn entertained 'at aVlnfo.
mal'dfanef at herbeauttfut home 'on
SoTenth street "on Sunday' erasing.
Those present' Besides the' guest" ot
hon6r wort Mr. And Mrs. Robert loss.
Mx.rs.nd Mra. John Martin and J 1.
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Mra. Fred Schallock entertained a
few friends ata'formal card partyton
Tuesday evening at her home on
Mr. and Jlr.fI...KvJeflfera are bo
Ingcongratulatcd on, the nrrlvnl ot
a dauchfex horn Jo thera at the
Warren Hunt Hospital January SO,
Tho' danco Riven by the Assembly
Clufc onMonday' night at the "White
Pelican Hotel was declared by all
who attended To bare been one ot the
most successful 'dances ot the season.
The next dance given by the club will
be on February' thirteenth' and will
be a cos'tuke'ball. The ball room win
be'beautlfally'decoratcd with "hearts
and'other'decoratlona for Valentine,
day. Each couple baa the prlrllege of
z ' Or v
In honor ot their guest.' Miss Fran.
cIsAWlley, of Ban Francisco,- the
Misses nuby FenwtcVand Irene- Con
way entertained a tew frlcndsat an
informal card party at their home In
tho:' Sunset-apartment on, -IVednta-day
evealng. Dainty refreshments
were aerred by. the hosteases Present
besides tho.suest.ot honor and the
hostcearvere,: Mr.jsnd Mra, Lewis
Bradford, Mr, andJMrs.rercy Kvana.
Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Newell, Mr.
and -Mrs. 0. D. Burke., Mrs, Clolden
Llncoln,rJkl.r,'yYilson 8. Wiley and
Mr. Frank Howard.
Pn Tuesday erenlpg of this f week
Mra. Tt, C.Groqs&eck waa hostess to
ioi;, e. u.(msternooa. Mrs. Airred
Collier entertained tho club with
some very Interesting" readlnrs. A
covered dish luncheon wa aerred by
the hostess. The guests were Mes
damee Fred Fleet, Bid Erans, J. V.
Drewbaker. C. P. Mason, K. 0. Cum
mlngi, I-.' L. Truax, A. It. Wilson,
Cramblltt and A. M. Collier.
The Silver tea given by the worn
en'a Auxiliary ot the Chamber ot
Commerce on Tuesday afternoon was
a very auceeasfuKaffalr. The rooms
were very beautifully decorated
Announcement haa been received
here by Mrs. John Martin ot tho mar
rlaga of her brother, Doctor Clayton
Wlheelo'r to Mr j, Haxel Clark at Itain
bow nidge,' Lo' Oato, California on
Saturday, Jannary 7, 1911. Doctor
Wheeler was a former resident of
Klamath Valla where he had an ex
tensive practice. Doctor and Mra.
Wheeler will be at home at 5X7 Pow.
ell Street, Ban Fraaclsco, after Feb
The Uatrerlsty dance gtraa Jast
erasing at Lyoeam Hall waa aa us
ual, a Htit enioyable atialr. These
daseaa fivtat by the 'dub has become
very Hular with the younger col.
lege folk. "
Anaounceaaaatt-kave hn ;atlv
edhere ef'Mie iae4rriaga of Adels
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH CALLS, OREGON
Twnky;.Ptv Year. Afo in Unkville
cw . & Ty iw-Wi saTaMlfi? " -
ABCTQJl'tlW OV3R nW&UNLAfcl SS aBCSc
rcTBurwjN Totvir- Both Bicrexc mump 9i9sV?ll
It will be difficult for the 111 Four
to respect each other's rights, the
i aviiic uuiveg luer van iprgavj oow
they were acquired. Norfolk Virgin.
Privacy latheono cheapeaMhlng
todav" .P.ut oaeT'nTcliel ln'veIej"f'
phono-booth slot and you're cut oft
from the world. New York Ameri
can. .. Ilw . . .
i !-t-t-ii4. uii a uais
100 XlenNs Flni'caps oa aaVeVat
YR V. V 1 a,
.,v "." n.jnmMt tjj t
Court House, KlamathJCalli, Oregon,
onlthejUtk, day of febroary, ltU,
t'thaiouiff 1000 o'clock A. M.
Oornsc Tluibcrlnko on January four-, gratulaledtUrMni the wondorful sue
th, 192S at Los Anitelos Mrs. Timber- cess ot "Princess llulbul" from every
lake, who Is the ilauRhter ot Mr. and standpoint, nnd th0 community upon
Mrs. Ora Fitxpatrlck, former reald- haWng so competent a director of
ems oi niamatn Kails, attended high music In the high nchool.
ache?) here and ha( ninny friends ' , m ,
among tho joungor set. I "".' WOOD'S
AT TOK HTIUMI
K. S. Phillips
-Mra. K. S. Phillips was hostess
to the Art Needlework club thin week
at her homo on Pine at. The afternoon
was spent with sowing and at tho
dose Mrs. Phillips served refresh
ments. Present wore Mesdames K. O.
Cuinmlnga, U L. Truax. J. F. doollcr.
C. M. Hamsby, Geo. Wlrtx, n. It,
Dunbar. Charles Martin. M. 3. West.
Allen Sloan, J. II. Carnahan, Sawyer.
W, S. Slough, W M. McMllllan, Her.
bcrt Phillips and the hostess.
The performances of "Princes Ilul
bul" at tho Star theater Thursday and
Friday of this week by the music de
partment of tho hlght school, were
llko glimpses Into Fairyland. The
atage settings were appropriate, the
costume rich and beautifully blend
ed In color, the music tuneful, and
the participants finely drilled. It Is
doubtful It a better-trained chorus
haa ever been heard hero. Tho ehor
iisca were all four-part work, and the
harmony not easy, but they were
given with dash nnd precision. "Ding.
Dong. Hell," tho wedding-bell finale
of Act 1 was especially flno.
Tho principals wero evidently sel
ected with a view to tbelr respective
talents. Delos Mills as tho fussy mon
arch, laralt, and Joscphlno Melssner
as bis doroted court-cbaperone, were
favorite, and their splendid comedy
aa well as their singing, brought re
sponsive laughter and applause. Clif
ford Hogue, the Prlnco, Is thorough
ly at home on the atage. He possesses
a remarkablo tenor voice, and alngs
with auch ease and evident Joy that
he won hla audlenco completely. Prin
cess .llulbul was enacted by dainty
Esther Calkins, who sang charmingly
and played a difficult role most ac
ceptably. Tho dueta between llulbul
and the Prince wore the loveliest
music In the operetta, and evoked
much applause. Margaret Schubert
made a splendid Lllla, and her apoken
lines were very clear and expressive.
Kenneth Maler was so handsome In
his gorgeous yellow costume that ho
bad us all sighing for our lost youthl
His acting waa especially good, and
In aplte ot a bad cold, he made a hit
aith his Soldier Song. The Maids ot
Honor, Martha Upp, Violet dale, Jean
McDonald, and Bertha Poltr, deserve
special mention. They bad to le on
the stage much of the time, and their
singing and acting was excellent,
while they lent to the beauty cf the
Picture. The orchestra added much to
the evening's enjoyment.
Mlsa Applegate. the musical direc
tor ot the high achool, deserves much
credit for her painstaking work. Such
a successful .production could only be
the result of an Immense amount ot
thought and labor, and she has prov
ed herself most thorough and cap
able In taking upon her sold'era the
entire production and direction ot an
affair ot this sort. She Is to be eon-
Jamea Oliver Curwood's wonderful
story of the wonderful dog "Kaian,"
with Jane Novak In the leading role,
Is. perhaps, the roost thrilling of any
of tho ptcturltattona of life In the
great Northwest. One of tho enthrall
ing, tripping scenes In tho presenta
tion at-tho Strand tomorrow, I the
race, for Ufa ot a man and woman
with a dog team over the anowa of
a Canadian .woodland and their aub
sequent battUwIth a pack ot wolves
Kaian.,anwo1f-dog. head, thla pack
and when herecogalies the woman
who haa.hcXrtoaded him he turn on
bis companions andacattcra them. Ir
thla fight all the pack dogs are killed
luBvmur (m, rp'crui ui icn aiiaca-j
iuk wuitpb. jane .-ovax,, star or toe
production, Is the woman and Ben
Deeley, In the male lead, la tho man
Neal Hart In "Hell Ilent Haskell."
Is the second number on the program
and It Is a reklr live, western story,
fnll of pep and action from. start to
finish; and to close the show, there Is
a good Comedy. Tho usual ten and
twenty cent.prIcea.proVam , ,
NOTICK OF FIN At) ACCOUNT
IN THR COUNTY COUUT OF THK
HTATW OF OHKOON FOH THK
COUNTY OF KLAMATH
In tho Matter of the citato of Oeorgn
Notlco Is horoby, glvn that tb
undersigned na administrator ot Iho
estntii of tloorco Noland, deceased,
haa filed hla final account In the
County Court ot thq State of Oregon
for Klamath County, and that Mon
day tho 20th day ot February. 1911.
at the- hour et :a(Mo'clock in thn
forenoon ot said day and thn(eourt
room ot natd rourt haa been appoint
ed br aald court a the time and place
tor tho henrlngiofinbjectlona thereto
and tho settlnment thereof.
OKOltOK T. OOODKI.U
Oliver 111 Huston. Atty ,
09 Qham. ot Com.,
ti.eg Frh a-ll-lg
OLARBNCR It. 1IOTCHK1B8.
U. 8. Marshal for the District of Ore
nxua-niu.j. i m u u. s urns
mmem-ov bond nKDimrrioN
NoUa lerherehti given that funds
are now available In. the city. Treas
ury ror tne redemption ot all out
standing bom's cf Oerlea'l, Barteef F.
and Series Q. and thai the tame
will be redeemed hy the City Treas
urer at her office' In the First Nation-
al Bank of JJamath,FallsOragon.
on or attar the 10th day of 'January,
1912, and that Interest will cease on
dale of redemption and In nu avaat
will Interest be paid after April I,
1912 MlTVV ,!"
r IDA' II. MOMYUIt.
FOIl flALR flome household turn.
Innings, bedding, dishes, cooklug
utensils, Wicker furniture all at a
WUNTKU Hoard and room tor high
school girl. Phone 501 J 10-21
Planu tor sale cheap, S11W,
It oo m with
C,lriit?Mo ' atT f KUmlK0lt BAL-4,ry limb wood Al Cry-
stnl l'houn 1U9W
Hwent Older, 127 N 4ta, I.1-J1
Una Tens new alfalfa hay far sals,
IMO tea Jay Falrcle., Merrill Win-
Lycauia Hall, ror. 8th Nigh, wall
sitltsd for selsct parties, will be real
ed at aoinlaal prlfes, Apply 't.t,
Metscken,hachsr, t'aoa. Htw, er m
KRKK A poatal card request will
bring you three months free, a val.
uuble publication on the world's
greatest problem- making money.
Address "The UambUr" blfi Tabor
Black. JDanvar. Cola.' 714.21.11
' I'Olt HA1.K -One purebred Itoalater
ed Jersey Hull, 3 years old, May :
W U Purdy, Merrill. Ore I9-20
SoTICn IOM PLTUJCATION
Don't overlook tba big price re
durtlops on man's tlae Ovarroats aid
suits at K K K, Store
TO ItUNT 2 ream nPrtraul
Riarvtblac ftiralahed 12U.0I. 113
IlKl'AHT.'MK.VrOFTHICI.NTKrtlOn.lOak St 17.33
1 Not toallaud ' -
V S..Laud.Oftlc al ljkavltw, Or. Klan lot et Swaattrs at l'j srlrc
gun,, January 3rd, 1933, ,K K K, Hlor
NOTICE Is hareby given that lllch.
ard Walsh, ot Klamath Falls, Ore-1 If you want to sell It. buy It, trade
xon, whoj on April 26th, 1917, made It, ar flari It. try a Herald classified
All men'a sulta'on sale at K. K. K. !,,,om,t'",d '',..'!' ?X?319l. ,ot
lAiia j..i, m,'Hi wd rmiat
t unit -;a , section, ix, Towoantp, ib.
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8tore Big Iteduotton.
Itangg lie. Willamette' Meridian, hat
NOTICK ' tiled notice of intention to make tin.
IN TUB DISTRICT COUUT OF THlfrta! three-yaar Prouf. to establish
UNITKD 8TA.TES FOIl THE DtS. claim to the laud above described, be-
TIUCT OFtQnKOON , fore C. n DeUp.'Clerk of the Conn.
United States of America ty Colli, at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
BTKAM I1BATIM) reoais 18. &t par
weak. Large, wall llabJed lobby,
ahewer hatha N wtlUr rates
Caatral Hotel, J 1 Ward, Mgr. 9tf
ion the Uth dar of February, 1912,iir u k nmr.
Men'a Leather Overcoata and likeep
lined coats, ti th regular price
In th heart -of Klunmlli Kails. r ,
t.'euter of sluiuplng unit theatre dis
All outside rooms
Hot A cold walur In every room
Hle.im Ileal, llnaaouable rates 131
MHItH K AltK ,IU,UNI
White Unburn llaby Olilcks
llatchail vicluslrelr from our own
bens that uvsrsisd fur th year 1911,
lf.l g essh far ths whel flack
This la Hi rssl !' ( aiarll, ralhar
(has th araUvsMsat f a few istart
ed frosa a tare fteik aad fed aa
p'a aad Anisl fa1 al a laylag na
trat W have iraatlv aularged mir
plaul auri ars uiexared to hatnh fifty
thomuud chicks ditrlug lt aaasua
Order eurly and (at tliria when
I'rli'c. per ICO Jauusry aad Feb
ruary lt ua. Marsh ead ApfTI $1C.
CO, May and Jaae 111 . Tare brsd
P ttacks aad ft I Itsda hatshad na
Mayweed Paullry Paras, earning.
FOR rtMNT Sscond floor over army
litor I9 Main HI Hultabl for
offlc or apartmnilt K-ll
Clarencn Morton, and One Ford Claimant names aa wltnesaes: , j I
Automobile. Defendant. William Dalton.' Malln. Oregeu: anEmaaeB?JaejsraBsBaaeaeuiB. . -' ! -! ii.aLasi.Ai
NOTICB IS in:ilKnY ntVKN that John McArtby, Mike Harry. Dan Bul-' i.4mm4-H4
on the 13th day ot November, 1911, llTnn( all of Merrill, Oregon. I .Jr .. .- I
a certain Ford automobile, having NoUca will be published for five II.SAM T af. m J" Haaat Taws I'm
motor number ,4928988 and Illinois consecutive weeka la th Klamath UDIOD 13X1 vO. Will uI6C3 IBaI VW. T'
Hcenso number S16882 for the year i Herald. " Z , ' Z
OUCH! PI; PI;
1921, 'waa aerred by the Sheriff of the
County ot Klamath, State of .Oregon,
In Klamath County, Oregon, while It
waa being used for the unlawful
transportation ot Intoxicating Honor.
to-wlf whiskey; that onMha 11th
day rt January, 1911, an-order and
decree, tor the aale of said automo
bile waa duly made and erilared br
the District Court' ot the United
States for the 'District of Oregen:
that It no person claiming any right.
title or Interest In and to said auto
mobile shall appear at Portland, Ore
gon, within ten (10) daya after the
last publication of this aollce, the
said automobile will be aold at pub
lic auction at the Klamath County
Jan. 714.21.11 Fab. a
PaJn lUgbt Oat Willi Small
Trial Dottle of Old "M.
Kheumattsm la "pain" only. Not
one case in nur requires Internal
treatment. Stop drugging. Hub sooth
Ins. penetrating "St. Jacoba OH"
right Into your aore, atlff, aching
Joints and muscles, and relief comes
Instantly. "St. Jacobs OH" Is a harm
less roeumatism cure which never
uisappoints and cannot burn tho skin.
L.imrr upi quit complaining! Get
a small trial bottle of old. honest
St. Jacob.-OH" at any drug storo.
and In Just a moment you'll be free
rrom rheumatic pain, soreness, stiff
ncss and swelling. Don't suffer! Re
lief uwalta you. '8t; Jacoba OH" has
cured millions of rheumatism suffer
ers In tbe last halt century, and Is
Just as good for 'sciatica, neuralgia,
lumbago, backache, sprains. Adv.
DR. H. J. WINTERS
Graduate and State Reg
Nineteen yean here Id builne
We grind and fit Glasses
Duplicate broken Glasses
Beat Equipped Optical
Store in Southern
714 Main Street
Home Cooklauj .Saj'e'rtalty
CHILI CON CARlfll
SUNDAY CHICKEN DINhTKR 75c
UBS. Mat. .
j TSaTjTaa . I
OPEri AND CLOSED CARS
I Phene 44M-J 5?1 Mbib Street I
Don't fail to read the Herald Clauified Adt.
-4-VHP"a--K;e,V-. -r "
Preuure oa out or mere
nerve at th sotnta 'Indicated it
tbe raaeoayea don'tgt wall.
Ctttrowractt AdJMtMaa ra
remove thla pressure.
Drl ip ' Mallet!'
7th anaLMala Phoa f3K
WHY SHOULD YOU BUY EXPENSIVE
A little Money foe a long way wh'en you buy our
Do not allow clu-ap prir iiuutrtl hy untvllalilo ileleri Ui uiU
tt load )OU If It la cheap price you Meat, we Mill UrJtnr JOU n
low) uf UlwXU et any' prion from M..VJ wp. We will tuod anyj.
body's price uai HUb or lllocka, iiuallly anil iuaailiy nmakteraaj.
Our price art) alway right Wo aei tn that.
O. PEYTON & CO.
"Wood to burn"
419 Main St.
1C - induction on Mar's Wool
Shirt and Sweaters K. K. K. Store
i. - s
USE SLOAN'S TO ..
EASE LAME BACK
your Ist when
a every muscle
OU can't do
our lack and everv
acnes iin fatigue.
Apply Sloan Liniment fr-cly, ui'M
out rubbint, and enjoy a netratie
glow of warmth and comfort.
Good for rheumatism, neuralgia,
apraina and strains, aches and paint,
sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and
the after effect of weather exposure.
For forty yearspaln's enemy. Ask
your neighbor. Keep Shan't fandy.
At. all druggwts 35c, 70c, $1.49.
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitcliin held
no terrors for ttie ttoiiiiiiri'f,- Tnj'
are cool, cozy, and comfortable ur
the summer, jhey eliminate the
Dt... etc I
a iiwiio as
llli -tn' i I
H 'V f N n. r'w, , ft
drudgery, the grime and tfuf nerve' fl
rackinx tension caused tiv wood
steiek He Jtimjt& imrlkmtfp
Let us' tell you about it.
Hie CaJilorma Orcfoh Pwer
"Let utbeyoW servant
X .. --
Is thrust upon tho Individual at birth, and'
the manner in which it is carried is the
basic principle which spells success or fail
ure in life. No greater responsibility rests
upon the individual than to provide for
the future of himself and family. That
can best be done through a bank account.
Flkst STATE& SAVINGS
fct t ' i
MURPHEY FEED ST OJRE
124 So. 0Ui St
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