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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
iim'HUAV, ii:nmKU la, una,
ftv! Puire Fow
The Office Cat
What do lliosu flappers Imltnto
TIipso tttuntlcth century days?
Wlmt ilo tlioy model nfter
Vllli tlirlr twentieth century ways?
Willi half socks on. they think
That Its ono of their original whims
Dlil they not know thnt all tho
Trees displayed their own-baro
Hut let the flapper reign toJay
Wo'rq suro thus stuff can't last
Por the new styles will put'em out,
Tho flappers of the past.
Ho Hn.l It Couilnc
Why Is the JuiIro wearing a black
"Ilecauo ho trlod to Instruct the
lady Jurors that tUoy wore not to
" llcllRloiw KvcrrUp
Two shipwrecked sailors wcro on
n desert Island. They wore nttcr
ly mlsprablc. pinched with hunter
and cold. Tho ono mora wretched
than tho other said to his companion,
"Can you pray, Hill?"
"Can you tins a hymn?"
"Well", said the first. "Let's have
something rcllGleus: let's have a col
; Knohlons and Ilomity
Lew: skirts arc coming back, hU
until Mabel Reta a raise she'll haftn
stoop to keep In stylo.
Paco masks Improve tho looks, un
til yuli'tako'cm off.
lleiuty ts'sklnncJ deop.
Rrandma will now wash off tho
henna nnd eet back her becoming
Cnpt. Calkins says It a man 1m n
hard time keeping his head abovo
wator, It Is time to get out of the
'O. C. Applegate says you can tell
whether you ,aro old or young by
whether you believe tbo golden ago
Is past ofJust dawning.
Alleen so xcry lean.
So, you see, between them
Tbcy fill a Ford machine.
An officer was showing on old
lady oyer tho battleship.
. "Tlila" ',1,1 lin ,tr.lnlln ! .,. In.
, ." .,.. , c.u iig 'w.,ta,.u iu Mil ,,i-
'ijBcrlbcil plato on tho deck, "Is where
our gallant, captain foil."
, "No'Wondor," replied tho
lady; "I nearly slipped on It
Tno rated (Slrl, Luke?
It U all right for a girl to hellovo
that tho face should bo loft exposed,
" Tho trouble Is that sho Imagines her
, fa co runs all tho day down to tho
" wishbone. l.uko McLuko.
"Ono of tho features of raising a
family," R, K. Icenblco tells
world, "Is that In a fow years you
nro sura to havo ionic gangling
youth Willi u faco rescmullng a
'mouldy green npplo plo
Unround with smiles for your
' Opon evonlngs until Christmas.
Earl Shenherd Muslo Storn 9tf
should have your attention.
Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
g rices are right on Slab",
locks, Body and Tama
Your business is solicited.
EARL niTCHIE '
TO If MATCH
Karl IlltchlP anil his manager,
1 1. Swponcy. mean business,
nro determined to lower tho cold
pf tho scrappy Jo Snlndlor, and If
they fall It will not bo because they
hae not trained
Thop who saw nilchlo hoi at the
legion .smoker recently agreed that
ho appears to bo In excellent condi
tion. He Is And that condition Is
the rpsult of faithful training which
will continue until hn hat not an
ounce of suporfhni flesh In hit body.
At pretcnt ho It training nightly nt
tho old liohlen Itule store. Sween
ey s.iys his chnrgo will bo doing Ho
rounds dally before December
. ho is going to take Kit-
meet the top-notchers.'
date of tho
IU' alto says
l,!n n,t in tttcnf (fin frtn.
, , . . , , ,",
Kid Htrbert. who also appeared at i
tho legion smoker. In a bout with
Jnck Harmon, lookt like a
lip Is well mutcled
nnd appears to know the gamp. I'n
Icj.t all tho dopo Is wrong, he ivlll
make KIJ Evans step llely when
they meet In the semi-final at the
Reed CoIIckc Varsity
To Play W. U. Freshmen
roitTLAND Ore Dee 12. Ueedi
College of Portland, which has added
rowing to Its list of sports, will send
Its varsity against tho t'nlverslty of
Washington frcshmea In Scattlo next
spring. ' l
Hussell S. Callow, rowing coach
at Washlngtcn, In proposing tho raco
stated that tho university would do
all It could 'to further the "finest
and cleanest" of sports nt Reed.
Sixteen men nro out for the Itped
crew, working under Coach Richard
son who wai stroka of tho 1520
St'MMO.NS TOR lTIII.H'ATION
Kqtillr No. I CW
RT OF TIU.'
IN THE CIRCl'lT CO!
STATE OK OUEOON
t'Ol'NTY OF KLAMATH
J. WAI.CH. PLAINTIFF. V8 KIAM.
AT.iI LIVtXTOCK CO. -A t.'Olt
PORATION. SAN KRANCIHCO
CATTLIJ LOAN CO.. A COR.
PORATION, MARTHA KERNS.
JAMES WALTER KERNS. RUTH
KERNS. REl'LAH KERNS RAY.
SAMUEL E. KERNS, JOHN C.
KERNS. IIENJAMIN E. KERNS
AND AONE3 KERNS. DEFEND.
IN THE NAME
OF THE STATE OF
To San Francisco Cattle Loan
company, a corporation, and to Mar
tlm Kerns, Ruth Kerns. Ileulah
Kerns Ray, Samuel E. Kerns and
junu j. jcrns, ueicnaanis norcin
Vnll nn.t finli nt l-nt, np. libvnln-
required to appear and answer tho
ammcudeu complaint filed against
you and each of you In the nbovo
entitled suit on or beforo Tuesday,
tho 23rd day of January, 1923, that
being tho last day of the tlmu pres
cribed In the Order for Publication
of this Summons, and if you fall so
to answer or appear, for want thcro
of tho plaintiff will apply to tho
Court for tho relief pnocd for In his
nmmt'iidcd lomplalnt on file herein, '
"fo"' judgment against tho defend, j CORVALL.S. Dec 12 -Il.uUetb.,11
aat, Klamath Livestock Company for1 players of tho Oregon Agricultural
tho sum of Eloveti Hundred Four! collego hero nro plnnulng a "barn
(11104.00) Dollars with Intercut storming" tour of California during
thoreott at six per cont per annum (-iiri.in,, hoiidavt Tin, men
from Dec. 20, 1921 until paid; for',"0 l-"r"mn '"indayi. llio mm
tlm further sum of Two Hundred lcavo 1)ec - """"'" Junuary C
((200.00) Dollars attorne) feusi Tho tcntatlvo srhodule calls for
and for tho costs and disbursements
nf f lid unit nnd fnrllinr fir n tin
, ' of this C'ourt forPclLsIng plain-1
'tiffs lien and tllrectlnu tho sulo of
tho prcmUcs and real property par
tlculurly deicrlhed In said aminend-
ed complaint nnd for tho uppllca-1
,0n cf 'tbo ,)roceeds of such salo to I
tho payment and satisfaction of tho'
ubovo mentioned principal sum, In-1
terest. attorney's feus, costs and ills-1
iiuraviillllis ui lllis nun, aiiu iiiui
uuy uiiivr i.'Aimiuii iii-'iia wr iiiuii.
gages upon said property bo iidjiidg-)
ed by tlilH Court to Ou subsequent,
Inferior, nnd subservient- to tho lien
or plaintiff, nnd further for such
other and further roller ns to tho
Court may xtcm oqultablo.
ThU summonii is. served by thu
publication thereof In thu Ktonfng
Herald, n dully nowspapur printed
and published and. of general rlr-
lulatlou In Klamath County, Ore
gon. by ordor of Jloior.iuio A. i.
Leavltt. Judgo of tlijtJibota entitled
Court, mndo mid ofitnrod on tho U tit
day of iDeu3inbcr, 1D22, which said
order required that tho summons bo
published at least onro u weqk for
six BiicicbHlvo and consccuttvo weeks
beginning on Uio 12th day of Decern
Attornoy for Plaintiff,
Klamath Fullu, Oregon.
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Hulijn Do Itcmor. Ur-clnriM liy To PAUL C MAKICLUY, Doroml
I'mil llcllctt lo bci "tfto" mot beaut .U ''
?!!m"u .l,T'"n'" '?", T"'1! ,N 12 or tiik statu
S. Stono lUvldo Ut.d honors In hoinllni; ok nuKUON. You tiro hiriby tw
tho iflBt In "Pllarlm of tlio Nlcht." ' iiulrinl to mmmir mill mutnor tlin
' ihn 1 I. Krothlhr.hittn ltroditi-tlott
Vlieyivrhleh -'ll ' !" totiiRM nt thi
. mi T,.... n.(.f.. mi i
otors In Tree tltciUro. Mli Dp limner
nn.t neen starred In several prodtic- for the publH.ition rt this sumuiont.
tlons nnd Mr. Ktono has ncxer shared 11'1 lf 'iul f'il to ho appear mid mi
immiM wild niirnnn i., ,,i...i..., swor, for wniii thereof tho plaintiff
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"Tho ltlvcr's End."
Tho remainder of tho rast brittle '
with tho names of well Known play. I
era. Wnltor McOrall. Kathleen I
l.lrH-.. 1v,.,.,.l II....... L'-..l.
Mrkham. llamond llntton. l-rank
Leigh and Wnltor V. .Mong are
, among those listed In prominent
parts In tho production The unusual
atsoclatlon of so many Itluttrloiit
players In the snino production. It It
If""""";. "'" necetsnry by
Iu' fa,c ,ha.lK- I'hll Ipt Op0he.m
' '" wr,t "e. e"C" Ily. ""
upon which "Hlgrlms of tho Night" i
,, ba.,,t cronC), icxen c,iarnccril of
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' ... it-
rr li ta tin htff nt .i 1... .i.n.il
girl, brought up at the daughter et
n French criminal who maket hit
living by running a fashionable gapi
lump ettauiitmnent nnd heading n
gang of hank robbcrVwho linvj) com. !
pletely baffloj tho pollfti of Karls (
"(Jay nnd Dovltlsh." a fasMiiOTlug '
comedy brings Doris May again to ,
tho Liberty Theatre whote her mot '
rcccnt n'c Production will bo shown
tomgnt. w it it tlio flapper cr.ixe
sweeping the nation Miss Ma)' pop-j
ularlty Is soaring to unprecedented
heights everywhere. Sho Is tho mott
blithesome flapper of tho screen and
has wen a tremendous following
through her popular Interpretation
of this delightful character Sup
porting Miss May la "Gay and Doll
ish" arc Otis Harlan, Cullea Lnndls,
Dull Montana,' Jacqueline Logan and
other prominent players who keep
tho fun bubbling from start to'fln
lih. THR STRAND
Tonight tbero Is offered nt tho
s,rani nn unusunl treat for Klamath '
"'''" P-'PPlo. Tonight Mctr and
Motz, two wonderful xnudovltlo per.
formers wilt entertain tho audience
In singing, dancing, comedy, talking
and acrobatic stunts They nn; the
greatest of their kind that have,'
como to this city for n long time.
This pair of actors, before starting
on an Independent booking, have
been with such audcvlIlo circuits as I
the Orphcum, Pantagcs, Keiths, In
tcrstate and Western. They have !
also been with tho leading circuses
of tho country
Tho vlcturo tonight will b Myrtle i
Reeds famous story. "At theSlgnnt
tbo Jack O'Lantcrn.
There will al-
ulso be a good comedy Take It at an '
I 'arounil show ami It can't Lo heat
IF 0, A. C.
garnet at Marysvllie. Sacramento
l,a' l'c"n0' ".neuca
Oakland mid Stanford Among the
teams to h met will bo tho San
Francisco Olympic club, Stanford
univrBl,v n,n iinivnrsitv nf Pniifnr i
u, ", , Un ,V0M"y . ,or, '
nla 8t- Marys collego aid tho I nl.
vdrslty of Santa Clara
Coach Hob Hager will pilot tho
,,r. .ii.,,m nml will l.nv .,lr.l,l r,. I
nln" ln" on ""
squad . Ameiii:
will lii) ' Mush" Heltjo, nll-
coast .center Ian! year, and flvo other
veterans, Moso Lyman, Ray McCnrt,
l.uko OllltLlo Rlchardx and Arthur
Ross, guurd mid captain.
Tho Agglo' first gam 0 In tho
northwest , conference, will b?i relayed
January 2 against WllhunfMo mil-'
vurwiy inn niiinoninii ciuo nvn
0f Portland playu hero January 13.
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OptlmlHt "S(cl( inn n Inarnlng to
pjay a, harp g '
PuRslmlst "tSIcIc man learning to
Ilond Powell lititto Inlgatlon
district votes $1,025,000 bondi to
lirigalo 13,000 acres.
.Sovctrnl now schnoN In rural dlu
trlctn of I. aim county planned.
Albany - XV. ('. T. 1T. httlldlm;
f 18,000 thlldren's homo on 260-ucin
Voruotil.i t( get now cciot.
Portandt QrogonUii to nuka
125,000 rejmlis on II? htilliffitc
Ml'MMONp rou I'l'HMCATlOX
Kqiiliy Xo, I not)
IN TIIK Olltl'l IT COl'IlT OK TIIK
STATU OK OUI.'dON IN AND
rOU KIjAMAI'II COUNTY
AU1CM X . MAIIKI.UY. 1' n lilt If. s.
I HA1II M M (IMM l lir.....l.t..i
complaint on filo in tho nlioo on
I JV,J,,.,..r."U' "."J."! h,'if,,.r'! 'i'" m"1 '!n
i or Jnnltnry, l''2t. I lull Mng tlin tiny
; roscrlbod In Hi.. order of tlio Court
'will npiily to the court for tho ro-1
lief prnyed for In hit romplaliil I
U, for tho illasolutlou of alio bonds I
of matrimony heretofore nnd now i
existing between )ourself uud tm On Tliursilii). Krldiiy and Halur
ptnlntlff hiirem. 'upon tho groundn day. tho minimi l.jcoiiui I'nlr will ho
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fr mr tm year list past and
.Immediately pr.-cedlng tho filing of
yalil complaint herein
Tonight At The Liberty
The American Flapper
Doris May in
"Gay and Devilish"
Here is a picture that is bristling with
fun, glowing with youthful romance and
crackling with the spirit of jazz!
Jnck Hoxic in
"DEAD OR ALIVE"
,nJt L. Frothingham's Masterpiece
"Pilgrims of the Night"
Lewis Stone, Rubyc De Reiner,
Raymond Hatton, William V. Mong.
From E. Phillips Oppenheim's Novel
"The Passers By"
A baffling mystery that thrilled London and Paris.
Also Mack Scnnctt Comedy
Ray Lucas Presents "Humorcsque"
t TONIGHT AT THE
VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT VAUDEVILLE
The Big Sensational Novelty Act
Metz and Metz
IN "THE CLOWN AND THE GIRL"
Doing five acts in one, including singing, danc
ing, comedy, talking and acrobatic and wonder
ful contortionist act. ' Metz & Met, have played
the following vaudeville circuits: Orphcum, Fnn
tages, Keiths, Intcretatc and Western, they have
also featured with tho following circuses, Hingling
Bros,, Sqlls-Floto and Hagenbeck and Wallace, also
Myrtle Reed's Thrilling Story with all-star cast
."At the Sign if the
A mystery picture full of action, thrills and laughs,
,. t ALSO TWO GOOD COMEDYS
Show Starts 6.15 Vaudeville Appears 7:30 and 9
Wednesday Co-operative night, (i chickens, A
boxes of candy given away also entire change of
Tills siiihiihiuh u sorvml iipmi yntil
b onlor or publication tlioroof In
tint Kliimuth KvoiiIiik llorulil. n
tnHiiiinr printed, published itnil of
Roiitu.il circulation In tlin comity of
' Klmmith, Hliito of Oregon, onoo wic-h,
Mu'PK for Ml ronsm'iillMi mill hiic I
riHiii rkM, llio first publication
I moroni ihmiik on mo sim imy or
Noiomhcr, l'J'i'2 mid tho Unit imhll
cation being on tho 2nd ttn of Jmiu
my 1923. , i
Dono by order of I ho lion A li t
I.onvlH, .ludgo of the nbovo entlllod ,
court miller dale of oritur of the!
'J"tli iln of Nmemhor, inn !
Attorney for plaintiff I
I'osl Offlro AddreKs. i
Klamath Kails, Oregon.
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