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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
P. K. 80CXl..Ktfitor Ml PaMaiMr
If. It HILIj ... ..CMy MWfBI
Published dallr except Bandar, fe
Tho HornM Publishing Company Of
Klanmth Falls, at 119 Eighth street.
Entered at the poatotflc at KMr
nth Falla, ore., tor transalMloi
thrown the tnallt at necoBd-ctttt
No cnaatu will to mate 'It thta
column tfMtM ttoKtw la at Tha
Rfaalnt Herald office by C o'clock
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Cor
ner Sixth and Pine atreets.
ARTHUR h. RICK, Minister,
IN TIIIJ COUNTY COURT OP TIIK
STATK Or ORKUON POIl KLAM
MKMIIER OP TUB A88O0IAMO
t PRESS ' ' '
Thii' Associated Press I afttuilrs
IT entitled to' the Use for tnklNca
tlon 0 all HW dtapntche, credited
lo It. or not otherwise credited' In
this paper, and alto the local news
published herein. -
SATURDAY, Jl'.XK , II
(ItosHmrg Xcwa Review)
ANY people who maintain
property In n poor condition
limn no conception 0f the way their
rrnl ertatn look from tho afreet
anil to .nolghboro. They get uaed
In tho scanty grass and the plica of
rubtilah and tho tumble down sheds
that nay dlnflguro their places, and
ilu not glo a thought to the way
the same looka to other people.
Knsy going human nature adjuata
Itself to almost anything, and peo
ple soon alnk to a low ataudard of
iiire. Other people who on the
whole maintain good looking place
will yet permit tho whole effect to
ho marred by a few disorderly con
These could be rcmorcd by Jaat
n llttlo work, which would make
Mich a difference and glvo each a
scare of comfort and pride In re
turn for n llttlo effort. The mayor
of Attlebofo, Massachusetts. In
planning tor a, clrxn-up week, has
had photographs taken of a araia
bcr of places, which will be given
tu tho owners thereof, to ahow how
w their property looka to the man on
tho sidewalk. This J a method of
propaeanda that could be used else
If the nmn who has allowed him
lelf ta become more or lew careless
In milntcnuun', could be made to
realize, that hie neighbors are af
fected by his Indifference, that they
comment upon and regret hU fall
tire to co-operate la keeping the
homo tonn nt a high standard, he
.would get busier much quicker.
The nttltudo of a town toward
lihjhlcal cleanliness is a good deal
Uko tho discipline of a company of
soldlera. If one or two men get
out of atcp the whole line looks
ragged, and pretty soon others be
como flips hod and the beaaty of
united motion has disappeared.
Tho home place that tolerates
disorderly conditlcns I a discoid
nnt unit In tho company of homes,
und It tends to destroy the etieet
of the whole. Ownera of property
ihut Is not tared for in creditable
condition xhotilil do their part to
krep up the morale of the community.
WILL HANDLE RADIO
Vm I Sheplicitl Hay Ner Marrrl of
Bclcnr. Heir to Stay
SACRED HEART CHURCH, corner
of Eighth and High, Rev. Hugh J.
ChlldrM't Haas at 8:0 a. m.
AM;Ma,at'l:n a. m.
Etnlagr,aerTtcM at 7:00.
Klamath rail, Maaa at 9.'0 a. in.
Merrill, Maaa at 11:16.
CMIHMTUN acSKNCK society of
Klamath Tails JeoHai services la the
lower tommM the Xlhrary balkUat.
foraer at Third and Mala atroatj,
very Sonde moral at 11 o'clock
Tha Sunday school itsslaa la
from :4Erto !: Tary gaaday
morning. Ika.anbiact tor-Suaday Is: J
"Ood tha elreauiad Creator.-'
Taa fta..raadlag xaam aid free
lendmr HwTMy.. hr-'wjaW fro J:30
to 4:luaaTaeadaya. Tkursdays
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cor
ner Eighth and Washington streets.
Services April '30
Buadayechool ! a-a.
Preacfelsg by the paator, 11 a. m.
B. T. P.-O. 7:30 p. m.
sentoa 9 pvu. -
Prayer smUag 8 p. m. erery Wed-
aesdap erealag.- - -
Coma aad trerthls with ns.
a. r. eiatMons, Putar.'Res. 6is
California Are. Phone 344M.
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ninth and
riae atreets. . ,
A. B. Briitowralnliter. Residence
4!t N. lata St. Tit., S40.
Worship aomewhoro Sunday!
Bible School 10 a. m.
Meralag Sermen: "The Hope of;
Janlor C. E. S:30.
Senior C. EV7:0.
Evening aerrlea t o'clock. Sermon
theme: "Christ Exalted." A cordial
invitation la lire, to-everyone.
1:3 go. Ita St.
Ttes. SalvaUoB raaotlag p. ra.
Tharadlr, .Pralaa aioatlag p. at.
Bataraay, Free and Kasy ,1 p. m.
Bunday, Saadaychol..Z:l30 p. m.
Salratlaa maetlag l p. a.
EraryoMU cordially Invited to
tkeae tenricia. "
Officer In charge,
jCapt- ara Br Nielsen.
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is. 104 Washington at. l'hono 429WI n t,0 matter of tln gunnllmishlp of
Man's origin, purpose, mid destiny, tho porsou und eatntti of J. W,
will bo tho sermon toplea for throe I '. h" " bboH mid infirm
Sunday mornings, tho flrt of which, "w,' Monnliiag. the Kuanllnn of
tho pa-tor will preach nt If 00 Sun- J tho peraon and nstato of J W. Matt
dny. Ml. Augusta Parker will slug lnK- Sr- ' "Kd and, Infirm per
Sunday school meet- nt 10:00 .,. 'n?, w' i0,.'": 'S.1 I
nt. Children's day will bo observed I verified, pi nlng for an order of anto
nu Juno 11. at pulillo auction or private niiIo, h
A novol C. K. meeting Is planned ,h" "a,111 Ktdlun may seont for
HO ii ,, (ue ivs( lutvrvnts ui suiu vniiiii, nu
' p.tffitlh rtrnl lirnnnvlv tmliinvln In lhi
for . :oo p, nu
"From Slave Hoy to Prime Minu
ter," will Iki the ovenlug topic at
S'OO p. in. Welcome to all.
l OK THAXKS
said ward tor tho cnu-.pi And row
non- therein aet ferth: mid It appear
lug to this court from the said peti
tion that It U necuMiiry and would
lio benctlrlal to tho said J. W, Man-
NOTICK OV NTtX;KIIOM)KltS
- iiC.r1h.,0.uX,,rP"'' "l". ,U,,0 '? Tll """""l meeting of tho stock
perlaton to the many friends who holders of Ungcll Valley Telephone,
so kindly lent their nld and sympthy Co . will bo held nt Uononsn. on Mat
during our recent bereaement ,urd.iy Juno 10th.. nt 1 o'clock.
.MR ANU MRS II. A ST. CUAIIt 'ni-5 C. P. 'kBI.V.KR Seer.
Sweet Gherkins Itlpo OlUe-
Satad do So.uoii
x Chicken Supremo Soup
Dolled Salmon. llollnndaUc Sauco
Half Fried Spring Chicken with Com Fritters (Maryland)
Calf lira Ins Ureadod. Tartar Sauco
Minced Chicken In Crvam ,a l.i" King
Assorted Pics Vanilla lct. Cream
Strawberry. Pineapple, Chuiolalu or Marshmtllow Cuiulae
Milk Tea Cojfeo Chocolnto
Mulc b Hue.-) Iktrvl Ortlie-tnt
t rH VH
"For, mnuy years," mild Earl
Shepherd of the Shepherd Music
J louse, ''we refused to sll phono
graphs, being under the Impression
that teliy Interfered with the sale of
pl'iiio. lint after seren .years ,re
Jallliic we found that phonographs
wto simply an addition to our line,
ii ud today nearly every home has
I'oth u pluno and uVlctrola.
"Lately wo have been forced to
mako a doclslon In regtrd to the'
radio us a musical Instruments ow-,,.T
i u. .... ..-. . .. ' llta
."H " tuci iubi some oi iae(
leading compaulcg operating under'
tho Armstrong patents will market'
exclusively through music dealers.
Wo liav,. decided to handle complete
"Zenith" oulfliH, manufactured -hy
the Chicigo Radio laboratories,
which are reasonable, In price and
liuvu received under Ideal condi
tions up to 2,000nnllee. -'
"We have decided that the radio
lets comu to stuy und Ih fast evolv
ing from ii fud. us many pooplo once!
termed tho automobile, to an la-l
ptiumont of ixlucallonul valiio and'
"tno Hiiupnord policy will bu to
m.tku haulo slowly, but owing to
the trcmondoiiM dumand It la often
bix in on tha after orders for com
plele outfita are placed before In
HlaWHtlon lg effected."
ifith aa Uag auaao, Rav. I. i.
Special Flag day program for Sun
day achoal at- JO 'taak.-'Asaeriaava-Ixatloa"
hy HuakCarrln ad Howard
Ourbla; '.'America tb Baaatlful." by
Olrts Cherus: a Play. "AUklng
Amwicaaa" hy Mrs. UoUle field lag Vj
tlaas: mjeralag .service subject.. "RIs
aad'3laasre-tbe Attar," The Junior
Leagoe-wJ)l hare charge of the Ep
wcrth I-eague wealing at 7 p. in. At
raalog church service apecjal ser
vice for Hie lnatalUUon -of new,Ep
worth League officers, It la .culled
u "Candle Light lastallatlon Service."
a pageantry, flood music at each
w i I.
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Chamber 4ti commarca rooms.
Penlecokt wlllvJe celebrated.
Theme: Tho Work of the -Jloly
(boat. - r
Sunday school after the sormon.
and High atreets.
Moraltg.kervice. at 11 A. St. with
preaching by the pastor. .
Church School a( 10 a- m. Mrs.
Ue Parker Saperlalendent,
Erenlng. (arvlcea at 7:30.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
le WHERE EVKRTBODT OOKH
OtU OF THE HODKINSON FEATTRKS
in "Gilded Lies"
HUlb aatl .R. R. Mfr
Whse. Phone. 2J8-W
Res. Phone, 4SS-W
, Storage Our Specialty
Right uow wo are ready for your
wool, llring it in, day or night.
Oar rate Vi aMght
i o TRI VS
See the leap from a galloping horse lo a swaying. stag., couih
Trapped In a blind rnnyon Tho fight between two daro-devll
horsemen riding at terrific spocd and all of the other gripping
situations that make "The Midnight Riders" the aensutlon of tho
A Chaplin Comedy and
Urban's Movie Chats, and Vaudeville Movies
Amission 10c-20c. Conies Slww-l, 3, 5, 7, 9 1
lil-H I.' JJ.ll-i.1UJ a.'.
l' . HL4-J-
Fl Day, program .in the SwwUy .school, 10fi.,jn,
"Rise and MeMure the Alti''ivSwron aubject,
11 fi. m. Epworth Ltgu conducted fey Junior
League, 7 p. m. CaudiVLigbi IivUlli4on.Birv
ice," a service of pgaatry$jtvtti. Good Music
. nt rnnh mamVliT '
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Too much ,cai'e .cannot be taken to safe
guard the consumer, especially during hot
weather All of our ice cream is pasteur
ized before freezing; all equipment .ster
ilized with live steam after each operation.
0 Phone your orders to us for ice crem.
We deliver in quantities of one gallon
Tiy an order of. our Special Flavor
Klamath Falls Creamery
ulng, Hr.. nrdVretn, that tho said
real property described lu said petl
Hon or so nl o part of H ho sold,
IT IS IIURIMIY OIlDRRm), that
tho next of kin of mild ward and all
persona Interested In his said tstntn
appear licfnro thlx fourt In the court
room thereof In tlm rlty of Klnmnth
Kallx, t'ounty of Klamath, and Htato
of Ori'Kou on the tflth dny of Jiiiik,
11)21 at the hour of 2 o'clock V, M.
In tho lifternoon or said day to show
rnust iNhy an order should not he
granted for tho ali of sued c-tato as
pn5Ml for In mild petition, lo.lf
Tho southwest quarter of the
northwest umrter ami tho est
half of tho southwest quarter
of Hectlon I and tho northenst
qunrter of the Hoiithenst quartoi'
of Section 8, nil In Township 40
South, Range 9. Knst of the Wil
lamette Meridian lu Klamath
County, State of Oregon, K
reptlng therefrom all lands here
tntoro deeded for canals, rail.
roads or road purposes, consist
ing of five acres, more or less;
nnd excepting all gases, oils,
mineral und oil lenses and min
erals or any Mpit or nature wnni-
AND IT IS HKRKRY KHRTIIKR
ORDKRKI) that a copy of this order
h( published at least one a week
for thrci sure.'s'mn weeks In Tho
Kviilng Herald, a dally newspaper
of general circulation, printed, pull
IHhrd. nnd rlrculiited dally In suld
County of Klamath and Htnlo of Ore
gon. D.UimI this 10th day of Mav. 10J2
R 11 M'NNKI.U
County Judge for Klamath County,
M 10-17-24-ai J
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Our prluls are iii'ide on Velox
II Is now iioti-iiliiinloii, nu
other snfegii'trd for Velox
MnU'iluls that are Eastinlin-miule and iiiuUiiuIh that
are ICastmun-approved, plus tho experience of our
experts, are guaranties of finest quality finishing.
We will lend you a Urownio Camera for
15 days without charge. Merely deposit
$3.50 as a guurantee of its return.
Malt your l'llnn. or jlrlui: Them In
lllds will he received hy the
County Court or Klamath County
Oregon, up to and Including 2 o'clock
P. M. Juno 10th, 1923, for tlm
delivery nt Klnmnth Palls. Oregon
of 21,000 pounds of medium weight
Imrliod Waukrgan wlro and NOU
pounds of oilo Inch staple. Also
tfiOO rods of 32 Inch wntcn wire
hog fenco either Page or American
Tim court reserves the right to ro
Ject any and all bids
Dated May 31, 1922.
C It Dul.AP.
1-9 Inc County Clerk
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STAR DRUG CO
5th and Main Street
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ada.
Make Your Tractor Work
Attach it to a
"Eye Strain and
There Is only one way of
obtaining relle( from KYK
Strain anil many time head
actio and all Its troublesome
accompaniment, and that Is
to wi.ir glasses that will ghu
clear vision without struln
The only wny to get such
glase Is to have the eyr- ex
amined by a competent Kyo
Specialist In order that thu
exact needs of thu oes may
b, eclvntlflrutly determined
lie careful In all matters
concerning our eyes neer
try to select your own glasses.
Wo prescribe the proper
Unte after a careful exami
nation and grind them to suit
the requirement of each In
Come In and see how It Is
done. Visitors are always
We havo helped hundred i
of people; miiyba wo can help
Phone, Ofr. 1SSW. Rea. 331-J
AND INRURK YOUR CROP I1KINU
TllllK?m:i) AT TIIK propi:k TIMK
A size is built to uit every requirement
The "Russell" Junior Thresher
with Tlmken ltenrltik'1 1 the pniwr size for )our
PunJsutt, SamiHin or similar Tractor,
The "Russell" Cyclone Thresher
, , i built In alx slzua fyr all nukes of larger Tractor.
"Russell" Threshers, Tractors, Sawmills
art; Uie leaders In their line.
THERE'S A REASON!
l!.f UII.t Nil Ml'llJ TUUAr "
TlIK A. II. AVKItlLI. Maciiinkiiy Co.
Portland, Orej;ott ,
Please sorwl tne, wltliout obligation on my mrt, In
formation relatlvo to a Riihrkli. TlliiKMHru of projicr slxo for
my Tractor which l ... owcr In size.
We told you la.st week that Business
ne..s was getting better in Klamath Kails.
We can pjill report impiovement. Custom
era' deposits .are growing collections are
feAver the sheep owner will soon be on
easy street cattle are commanding higher
prices the prospect for a bumper crop is
excellent lumber conditions are improv
ing, and, wit!) .the money that will be spent
in, our-community by the city for paving,
county nnd state for roads, Jack Kimball
ty destroying the, beetle, the government
for irrigation, and numerous other activi
ties, we see no reason for any but an opti
mistic view of our future.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
"The -Bank With Over 4,000 Depositors"
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