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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' , L. Shirk, wh0 operates n Urge
ranch' on the tapper lake ,1s a Klim-
Hi. raUt vlMtor. Ha Is registered
at the Hotel Itall.
p, Ooci,, IiJccyIow name war
den. returned last night from a
short litislaev trip to Portland.
Mrs. Alfred Pcteratclner and baby
daughter lefO on this morn ton's
train (or Dorrf. where they will
upend several days; with afra. Peter
slelaer'e sister. ,
Henry Chapman, a rancher of
the Midland country, returned, to
tils home this rooming After having
transacted business ht're. yesterday.
XV. C, Dalton la registered at tlio
Hotel Hall from Malta.
H. n. Huffy, a representative of
trio Ponver Wo Qrantlo Hallway
rompany, who has been here a few
days on business, left on thlg tnor
nlng's train for San Francisco.
J. J. Miller, local Southern Pn
clfle agent, went to Weed this mor
ning on business. He expects to
return here about Monday.
Mr. and. Mrs. C. 1'. Uarret are
registered at the Arcade hotel from
Ha Hooper Is registered at the
Arcade hotel from Midland.
C. T. Wilson U here from Duns
mulr. He Is stopping at the Ar
cade hotel .
C. II. Jordan, superintendent or
the Chlloqutn Lumber company and
also the Dorrla Lumber and Box
company, Is In town for a tew
days to attend to business affairs.
He Is stopping at tho White Pel
C, A. Webster, a well known lum
berman of Stockton, California, Is
registered at tho White Pelican.
A. C. Bunnell, a prominent ranch
er of the Lone Pine district, Is
transacting business here today,
Charles Gray of Plae drove la a
Klamath Falls buslnesi visitor to
day. D. L. Moody Is hero on business
today from bis ranch near Malln.
"LOXB WOLF'S DAVGHTKIV
TONIGHT AT-THE HTltAND
Those who failed to see this won
derful picture at the Strand lalt
night should by all means be present
tonight when It will be shown tor
tho last lime. Tho story of a desper
ate gang of rrooka and murderers
who plan tha looting of the United
Kingdom, aa well aa of a beautiful
girl raised In their midst, "Lone
Wolt'a Daughter" compels Interest
from start to finish.
The annual statement, which ap
pears elsewhere In this Issue, Indi
cates In a most convincing manner
that The Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of N. Y.. the oldest American life In
surance company, enjoyed a prosper
ous yesr In 1921, notwitbstsndlng
the almost .Mnhfcrsal business. de
The new Insurance paid for totaled
I343,7G0S63, and the Company's
total amount of Insurance In forco on
the Slat day of December amounted
Every day at the Hex, 25c dinner
from 11 o 6. 15-23
NOTICK TO CBKDITOM
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
STATK OF OREGON FORtKLAM-
In the Matter of the Kstate of Dew.
ey Obencbaln, Deceased.
NOTICK IS HEREBY RIVEN that
I have been appointed administrator
with the will annexed of the above
entitled estate and all persona bar
ing claims against the estate are re
quired to present them, with the
proper vouchers, within,, six montba
from the date of this notice, to me,
at the oftlcea of Renner, Manning ft
Among. American National Bank
Iildg., Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Dated January 28, 1922.
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of Dewey Obenchaln,
gg saesanMsaBBgg -
TO THE 2
Are some, of your employees
giving you only partly effi
cient service? Do they com
plain of eyo strain or head
ache? No one can 'give you effi
cient ' service when they are
sick sr ailing,
Bee that they have, their
eyas ejuwlned and get glasses
If tnjf' gj'ff (asm.
$ Dr. Gobi
bit yanr eyes nd glasses.
to the enormous sum of ?2,ti"S,0Bt,
779. ' .i
Payments to policyholders In 1!21
was $9&,S39,2.19, and the receipts
from policyholders were t90,3DU,099.
Ambng tho payments to policyholders
were $27,770,218 In death claims,
$10,02,000 In ondnwments. I2,5!t8
725 In annuities, and 2(!,0!)0,34A In
dividends to policyholders the Com
pany Is purely mutual nnd docs not
The Company' mortality experi
ence In 1921 was extremely favor,
able, and contributed materially to
the savings which are nn clement In
dtvtdent payments. A new dividend
schedule wilt ta used in 1932, under
which the dividend payments to pol
icyholders will he considerably Increased.
Taxation hears heavily on life In
surance cntnpanleb, nnd last year the
Mutual Lite paid the large sum of
f 1,988.592 for federal, state, county
and municipal taxes.
Tho assets on December 31, 1921,
were 8Z7.r.or,489.27, the liabilities
were t C49.-4S3.912, and the surplus
or contingency reserve was $28,0.1,
87. The Inta-case In artels during the
yar was $6.r.05,31S nnd the Increase
in surplus was 14,993,014.
The life insurance business Is bar
ometric, the volume of now Iwues ris
ing and falling as business prospers
or Is depressed. With alt 'signs point
ing to a more healthy business condi
tion lnl22. It Is likely -that.-nl-
though life Insurance had llttlo to
complain of In 1921, the total amount
of new bsislneM issued in 1922 will
be much greater than It was last
Yhe removal" of The" feHernl Income
tax on life Insurance paid as death
claims to corporations Is certain to
give a strong Impetus to the ndready
heavy employment of life Insurance
for the protection of business Inter
ests. The continuance of estate and
Inheritance taxes, federal and state,
will also measurably Jncrcafe the
current year's Issues of lite Insur
WANTKD Mill man thirty years ex.
perlencn would Itkn to net In tourh
with reliable firm needing practical
man as stiporlnlrmlent. Reference-.
Ilox I0J2, Klamath Kalis. 18-21
Strain Heat nt Colon
WANTKD Furniture for 4-ronm
house. Phone 309W. 18-20
One dollar ii day hoard and room
for gentleman In private family. Use
of phone, piano nnd bath. Ilox II, It.
SALKSMAX-- Specialty experience
tirrtfurrml in mt Vnf Iminllt l:miwi
Hue of KllllrtR Station Kuulptnont to-
getnrr with un mm (iusoune storage
Outfits to paint, hardwaro nnd groc
ery stores In local territory on
straight commission basis. Largo ad
vertising campaign now on nnd on
are nssured complete factory co-operation.
I.iurp retimm assured a man
who not afraid to work. Write 501
7th St., Sou Francisco. 18
FOR SALE- i!.-i acres all good land
under cultivation, 40 acres In al
falfa 9 miles south K. r. on Merrill
road. Write box 65. Herald. IS
Camp cook, no booicr wants work.
Ilox 7, Arcade Hotel. IS-30
Dodge car for sale In good running
order. Price 1400.00. Addres A. C
Rlcnger, Chlloquln, Ore. 18-34
Will rxrhange 2nd hand auto for
lumber. Ilox M. P Herald. 18
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
For tho sick room
KLAMATH FLOWER SHOP
Phono 589 834 Main St 18
Reed paying buslnus out of town,
fully equipped, also complete furn
ishings of four rooms, everything
ready to go Into, Ruslness cleared ft
000 taxt year. Reed location for man
nnd wife. Yoil can gel business and
equipment, ''Including house furnish
ings'', at u small Inxestment.
A good Agency Is open for three
counties, clearing better than $200 n
month. Equipment including Ford tar
etc., will be sold right.
Cigar store, billiards, bar etc , do
ing good business, owner will sell
Wood, transfer, storage hit sin cm,
well established, will sell outright or
Mr. Painter; e have a lo allon
stock, and equipment. bustm earn
lug $300.00 a month, good town, In
Cafe business, excellent location,
real good fixtures, on account of Ill
ness owner will n.icrlfleo.
Wis also have grocery stocks, Jew
ely More, drug tore. rr(aurantw
Second Hand store, and small busi
nesses. Ret your miuut in our wultlng
list Wi can locate you
roVIUSITE SALES ARHXfV
Mod ford llldg Medford
Heaver llldg Ashland. IS
FOR SALE OR TRADE Five year
old mare, weight about 1350.
broke to plow; will take 975 or trade
for good mJlch.'cow. Inquire Martin
Green ranch. Merrill road. 18-25
Steam Heat at Colonial Rooms. 18
FOR RENT Furnished 3 room
Ihooie with bath, close In. Phone
WHERE EVERYBODY COW-
HOME OF THE HODK1NSON FEATURES
Louise Glaum in
'The Lone Wolfs Daughter"
By Louis Joseph Vance
TWO GOOD COMEDIES
DAVID BUTLER in "Makio? the Grade"
MABEL NORM AND in 'A Miss Leading Lady"
AL JENNINGS in another episode o fhis life
Admission, 10c and 20c
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
THE NEW SPRING STYLES IN
SHOES ARE HERE
We have received nearly our en
tire line of shoes for spring and
summer, including the Famous
Nettleton line. This is America's
best shoes for men. They cost a
little more than ordinary shoes,
and are worth it. Try a pair and
learn the economy and satisfac
tion there is in having a good
shoe. , ,
We have the Walk-Over and
Barry shoes at a lower price in endless variety of styles and
prices. All the new ones for spring and summer. Widths to f ft
every foot from AA to Lb. we
can give you a good dress shoe now
for $5.00. We challenge anyone to
give you a better value for the price.
Visit our shoe department for your
next pair of shoes. Expert shoe fitj
ters at your service. America's .best
lines to choose from. We can sure
ly please you.
K. K. K. STORE
"Theyr'e still talk
ing about the Gul
brarisen and me. "
"Some friends came over
the other niglR all music
critics. They jvere expect
ant they had heard about
our new Gulbranscn.
"I playetl Grieg's To
Spring.' It's rapier diffi
cult, you'll admit.
"Everyone listened atten
tively until I finished and
then what applause!
"I who, until a week be
fore, had been denied the
pleasure of playing hold
ing the interest of my mu
sical friends! The same
friends who were preju
diced against player-pianos.
I was proud of my accom
plishment I was a real
"And here's a little secret:
1 could never have done it
without Gulbranscn Instruc
tion Rolls. Four simple
rolls and the right plnyer
piano that's all. Just like
making a wish ami having
it come true."
ssssETWaalsBl i v TOiiTTJNvt,i1J;!,-lT
'tiranacci in inc. uacK-
wVlir- fiJ siS.!:
700 600 $495
The Gulbranscn Instruction Rolls
show you how to play well long be
fore you could learn scales by hand
but remember: Only on the Gul
branscn can you obtain the full re
sults of the
The Pedal Touch (achieved through
Gulbranscn Inventions enables you
to put individual expression into
playing. See how i& is, when
you make the three tests shown here.
lur rmmiiM'iit p.iyiin'iit plun
inuki-M It ay for ,)'u in own
n (lulliruiuoii. Ctiinc In ami
t .ilk Ii over- no iitlmiilnn
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
ONLY EXCLUSIVE MUSIC HOUSE
507 Main Street, Klamnth Falls, Ore
For Balance of Month 6
February. "Cash Only"
Claxon Hand Horns Half Price
Violet Ray Headlight Lens, $4.00 pair, sale price $2.25
Electric Tail Lamps for Fords, .$1.25 each, sale price 65
Buick Front Tuthill Guaranteed Springs, $l.i.(i5, sale price $6.85
Chevrolet Rear Springs, $10.80, each, sale price $5.40
Chevrolet Front Springs, $6.00 each, sale price $3.00
Ford Front Springs $5.50 each, sale price $2.75
Overland (85) Front Spring, $9.00 each, sale price $4.50
Grits Grease Guns (High pressure) $8.00 each, sale price $6.00
-One Assortment Spark Plugs, sale price, 'each 25
Inland -Piston Rings, $1.00 each, sale price 50
31x4 Plain Tires, oversize for any car using JJ0.Ji!(. clincher
$18.75, sale. price $10.00
Robes, $17:50 each, sale price $10.00
Robes, $16.00 each, sale priec ....$9.00
Bumpers 25'; Discount
, Ford Corked Brake Lining, set $3.00, sale price $1.50
Foot Warmers', $2.50 each, sale price $1.25
Washington Styjck Absorbers, $6.00 sot, sale price ..$3.00
Complete .line, of Gabriel Snubbers, Timken, Hyatt and New
Departure Bearings, Zenith Carburetors and Ignition parts
always on. hand.
Finest equipped machine and repajr shop in Southern Oregon
ACME MOTOR CO,
, 400-416 South Sixth Street Klamath Falls, Oregon
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