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Social Events of4he Week
Hpradllng at Hall' trill Bnturdayj
cvcn'ng. There wern a numbr of'
Invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. 8prad-
linn have been but few months in
rur city, com'ng here from Southtra
Vllforaln.
Cards are out tor a party to fc air
on at the Whlta Pelican hoUl next
Thursday by Mr. William H. Mason,
Mrs. Alfred D. Millar, Mrs. Robart C.
Spink and Mra. Cbarlaa I. Martin.
Several young ladlae In Klamath
Falls aro planning to organise a club.
Definite plana for the organisation
have not yet been announced.
Guy Croneralller of Lakovlow, but
formerly of thla city, haa been placed
In nomination for the office of treaa-
Mr. and Mra. Rob't Watteabarg
aad Mra. Nata Otterbala made the
trip to Donaata thli morntag la the
former's machine. They expect to
return this evening.
The 111 Needle Club net at the
home of Mra. E. M. Marple Friday
afternoon. The afternoon waa apent
In sewing. A lunch waa Mired.
Those present were Meedamea Fred
Melhate. C. 11. Daggett, Fred Schal
lock, Cheater Avery, Wm. Whttlock,
Chas. Wlthrow, Henley, Frank Ward,
K. J, Murray and Tho. Hampton.
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The women's Foreign Missionary
Society of the Methodist church met
at the home of Mrs. V. J. Stetaer
Thursday afternoon. Dainty refresh
ments were served following the busi
ness meeting. The election of on
cers resulted as follews: President,
Mrs. Oeo. H. Feese: vice president,
Mrs. C. K. Wlddocs; secretary, Mrs.
I .eon Lewis! corresponding secretary,
Mrs. C. K. Flsber; mite bos secretary,
Mrs. V. J. Stelaneu.
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At n meeting of Klamath Lodge No.
137. I. O. O. F held Isst night, two
candidates were Initiated Into the
mysteries of the Initiatory Degree.
Miss Wells and Mlaa McClure. Fort
Klamath teachers who attended the
Institute here, will leave for their
schools tomorrow.
The Indies' Oulld of the Episcopal
ihurch met Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Thos. Hampton. Dur
ing the afternoon plana were dls-
iusd for the holding of a baxaar . for a few weeks vacation with friends
koine time before Thanksgiving. No'und relatives at Ashland,
deilnite arraagements were made. i
Miss Maud Maldwin entertained In
Mr and Mra. A. K. Whitman and j formally Wednesday evening three
son George hare moved from Ewauna tables of "500" In honor of her cousin
Heights to their new home In Hot MIm Maud Natl. The guests were
SOCIETY IS TO
SOON AWAKEN
AKTKH KOI' II MONTHH UK HK8T,
THK I.KADKItN IN WASHINGTON
SOCIAL ACTIV1TIKS AHK COM
MKXCINtl TO MOVK AHOUMi
urer of tho senior classa at the Ore
gon Agricultural college at Cor
rattle.
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Dr. C. I. Mason. Mra. Mason and
baby will leave Tuesday for Portland
for a few weeks' visit with relatives
and friends.
Leslie Rogers, caahlsr of the First
National bank, will leave next weak
with his family tor San Francisco to
spend three weeks.
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!nf la nmile on Hip WUi tiny of Hep-
temtier tOtS.
.to. iuiticniu,
. . .'J-Sil-tl-T r Attorney tor riainiin
if Vow Do Not Oct Your Paper
MAKK A KICK
Notify This Ofle
United Press Serlc
WASHINGTON, Oct. 5. The Na
tional Capital's aristocratic residence
section Is just beginning to show
signs of awakening from u tour
months' steep, with the return to the
city of tho Minguard of social leaders
who have been summering In the
mountains, at the seashore and
abroad. Washington's bou ton sec
tion during the summer months Is
tho most deserted and gloomy of any
city In tho country. Palatial resi
dences along Connecticut and Massa
chusetts avenues tor mites are board
ed up and guarded while tho owner
retire to the summer homes In cooler'
climates. Many of the residences of
the multl-mllltonatros, such as Thos.
II. Watih, John H. McLean. tars. An
derson, are occupied probably about
two months In each year.
An unusual demand this season for
arrears, tho subscriber la not l-
tied by mall. No name la taken
from tho list without due notice. !
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UN OLD MAN GETS
Mammons
Subscribers of The Herald
who do not receive their paper
regularly will confer a favor by
notifying tbla office. With the
Ili-r.Ud Hat growing rapidly,
It aometlmcs occitra that the car
flora itio, uunblo to rind the
homes of new subscribers, but
they often do not report the fnrt
to thla office.
It you don't receive your paper
regularly, It la tho fault of tha
carrlere. Ileforn Tho Herald la
Tlln tho Clicull Court of tho Mate of
W. ., .. ., I.,-. ...II. I1....I.IU
(In Hijultyi Mortgage Foreclosure I
J (1. Stevenson, rlalnlllT.
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Mnilo U tliaord and Walter H, (lit-
ford, Defendant.
To Marin It. Clifford and Waller H.
(Iirford, the Above-Named De
fendants, In the Nil inn Of thu State of Oregnut
You nro hereby ronulred to appear
mid answer the complaint of tlm
above-named plaintiff In tha above
follows!
First To tho cost and dllburft-
nii'itta of thla hiiIi mill the foreclosure
ultil ante of anld promises.
Heeond To tho payment of audi
rfiim as the court may adimlia reas
onable ns atlnrney's foes to lie allow
ed therein,
Third- To tlm payment to plaintiff
of the sum of live hundred CtoUO.OO)
(dollar, with Interest thereon at the
into of 10 per rent per milium from
the J7lh day of July, 1PU, until
piild.
zr.
Till, tiinimma I, erve7!?5
Ii "riler of tlm 1 1.. i.,. .. "
iIhwiui, UuIr of (., r rill, ,,'
'tilt. Stale f n "'"".'Will il
County, iim.i,, ,; ,.,.K,ll
'September. A l IIM2. by lu,''' '
ilinr.mt i.. ... '."'"'MIhUm
IM'CIIIIVW ASsks. Iln .1... .. ' -
fepletnher. A I) M""'
JUIlN Miwiu
Atom.) fur .'t;tM?'
0:-tl.7 i
. ..till... I ...i.t utitk- stfi flisk wltti Ills
discontinued to a subscriber for v mM ' wMn gU Ww
trout tho dnto of thn first publication
itf this summona, ami )0il nro nntlrtrd
llmt If tm fall to appear and answer
r Id complaint n hereby required,
the pltlntlff "III apply for a decree
of thla court, ns prayed for In his
' inplalut. tli.!
That n certain iiiiittxaKe xheu by
nr Tiir nru ,,,r,c ' ,,ltTori1 nn,t Salter h, nit-
til IHl rrN ''ord to thla Plaintiff on thn Slat day
"" of the atim of tlm hundred (1500)
(lOVKKNOII WKST PAIHMINM MAX iilollars, together with Interest there-
CIIAIU1KD WITH KII.I.IXC1 Till-:
IIKTIIAYKH OF HIS DAITOIITKIW
IN coyuiM.K.
largo rrsldencea for occupancy per-
Mr. and Mrs. 1. D. ApplegaU have manently or for the coming social
gone to Ashland for n few dyi,3,,auu " rii'"r";u ".T rr' ""'e oeai
where the former will transact bust
Assistant Postmaster John McCall
and Mrs. McCall and baby left Friday
Springs addition.
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Kichard Hannon and Miss Uernar
dlne Hannon, who have been visiting
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
Hannon. on tbslr ranch near the city
Ince the Institute, will leave In the
ii.o:ulng for Fort Klamath, where
tlwy tench.
A birthday party for her husband,
J Spradling. waa given by Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Meldrum, Mr. and
Mrs. John Moore. Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zumwalt,
Mrs. K. 0. Cummlngs, Miss Nail. Mr.
Fish and Mr. Hopkins.
Many candidates for county offices
mended the harvest dance and sup
re r at Midland last night. There
Here many gueata, and an enjoyable
evening was spent. The Whlta Pal
Iran orchestra furnished tha'muslc.
AT THK CHURCHES
I-, Topic, "Humility."
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:10 p.m.
The mid-week service will be held
Services at tha various churches oi.on Wednesday evening.
tha city for tomorrow will be as foi- strangers and frleada are kindly
lews: Invited to worship with ns.
o R.
Ilatlet CsHsrck
Klghth and Canal streets.
J. D. Brendel, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. a.
De Lap. superintendent.
The Sunday school will have charge
or the 11 o'clock service. It will be
tbelr "Rally Day." A special pro
gram Is being prepared, and a good
time la expected. The pastor will de
liver one ot his 10-mtnute "Oblect
trmor.s" at the close. All ate In
ltcd. Special evangelistic service at 7:10.
A hearty welcome to all.
Prrebyteriaa Cfa arch
Pine and Third streets.
Rer. J. S. Btubblefleld, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.. J. B.
Mason superintendent.
Christian Endeavor at 7:10, Ernest
Nail, president.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:10
p at. by tha pastor.
Reception of members and com
munion at the 11 o'clock service.
Subject for the evening service,
"Bia."
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing nt 7:30.
Coat and help us to make Klam
ath Falls a better place to live In.
a
Christian Science Society
Meetings in Library building.
Sunday service, 11 a. m. Subject.
Unreliability."
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
o'clock.
(hrtstisii rharrlt I
Corner Ninth ana Pine streets.
B. M. Fllnn, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. ro E
Elliott, superintendent.
Christian Endeavor at :I0 p.
era here.
N0IM1WS "FAKE" STORY
(Continued from Page 1)
ter out here. Two-year-olds am larRcr
than your 4-year-olds.
"Thero Is a world of land to bo
taken up.
"Well, John, how are things down
there? Tell me all the news when
you write. 1 don't know Juat when I
.'Inn m i In. rntrt nf 10 imr rent ner an
num front July 27, 1'Jlt. be foreclos fereclos forecles
ed: that all rlKht. title and Interest
of nil of said defendants In and tj
s.tld land be foreclosed, eiropt the
rlRht tit' redeem as provided by law
SALEM, Oct 6. (lovernor West
haa granted n pardon to W. II. Foote.Jli and to the lands therein described
tho aged father who shot and killed, All of Iota I. :. J. 1? and 30 o
Charles Wllco at Coyulllo for betray.,1"0 -'"" "" " ' " J "' '"
lngt.no of lila daughters and attempt-0' hUV 3X Ml '" K,,c",,,, A',,lu,on
Ing lo betray a second. The oldest H" f ' KUmath Falls. Oregon.
Klrl waa only 17 yeara old. .according to the duly recorded pint
wi.ii. li-nnt. u, ,.,i.,.i t ii,-'thereof on file In tlm office of th
I penitentiary over a week ago, ho no- "" crk- Klam County. Ore
lr .-n.n n rnnvlrl In ll... ... that K'1". M I'Tt Of the MW'l of tll
'other prisoners have Tho governor 'Ni: of ,lo, 39' Township Si.
I . ....... ......... .. ...K. It U.. .. .... tl'M
immediately placed him on parole """ " - - "" "
o...iii .m. n,.. -. i,.. r.,i,i .,,. lamettn Meridian. In KUmatli Conn
further partlculnre In ronnorllon wlh u Oregon that said landi be sold In1
the case, This Information being !
ctdved, tho governor Immediately an-
wltl be home, but probably In nlnounced hla i.ardon for tho man who.
month. )nf!r ntlnntntlnv itn.l falllnv In .l
tie manner provided hy law mid the
iroreeds of said sale be applied nn
"I am not doing anything yet. but
I may go on a threshing machine to
morrow, or I may go north. I might
Just as well see all over thla country
while I am up bore.
"Well, John, be good.
"J. II. WHKELCIt
"llox 6S. Ilardeatv. Alia '
J Church of the Redeemer Episcopal.
Dr. Henry C. Collins, rector.
Odd Fellows' hall.
Regular services tomorrow morn
ing, at 11 o'clock. Holy communion.
Sunday school In tha afternoon at
X o clock.
Grace Methodist HpUcopal
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Dr. W.
A. Leonard superintendent.
Divine services, 11 a. m. and 7:10
p. m. George H. Feese, Pastor.
General Class at IS: 10.
Junior League at I p. m.. Miss
Haiti Summers, superintendent.
Epworth League at f:4l p. m.,
Howard CIsavelaad, president
Special announcements
Regular prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
Special music both morning and
evening.
Cordial welcome. Obliging ushers
Good music.
tl.arrfa of Use Havrres) H
First mass, with short Instruction,
it 8:30 a. m.
. Second mass, with sermon of the
floapel of tho Sunday, at 10:30 a. m
Sunday school at 9:30 a m.
All am cordially Invited lo attend
Rev. William McMillan, pastor.
"MONEY HUG" 10 DE
0PEHIH6 PERFORMANCE
llccause of the number of people
who wero unable to secure reserve
seats at the performance of the
Manlon-Claman, company In Medford,
Ashland and othsr cities recently vis
ited by the company, patrons in
Klamath Falls for the openlag per
formance Monday night will do well
to make their reservations this even
ing. The opening bill will be 'The Mon
ey King," a four-act drama, said to
bo one ot tho moat entertaining plays
of Its kind now being produced In the
West.
With merchants' tickets and 2C
conts the best seats In the house may
be secured. Without the merchants'
tickets the price Is 75 cents. On each
night of tho engagement of the com
pany here 160 freo seaU will be avail
able to tho first arrivals holding mer
chants' tickets.
protection from the officers, took tho
law In hi own hamla In detente of
his home circle.
At tho the first trial of Koote, the
Jury hung, six' to six. At the aecond
trial Footo pleaded guilty to mm.
slaughter and was sentenced lo one
to fifteen years, lie will now return
to hla aged wife, whoso Intense grief,
when alio learned that her second
daughter bad Wen betrayed by Wil
cox, decided the old man to tako his
gua.
Sunday ClilckrnDlnaer
At the Comatoek froor 13 to 7 p. m.,
HS cents. ThaJwatyfoeal In town for
the money. Ax.
m
Are Oii InleieKli'.J I
COUNTVt If so. .i.
Hunter Itrnlty C'i
inod hargalna
u tTM 1 II
y Hie ih'ii!
VTiy hi s
THKFT Hl'SPECTH
ARE TO UK HELD
J. W. Roas and family will leave
tomorrow for Sacramento, where they
will make their home. Mr. Ross has
been engaged In' the real estate busi
ness bare.
Sunday Chkkea.Diaaer
At the Comatoek from II to 7 p. at.,
3." cents. The baT meal la town for
the money, r It
Cut
BBskjra at 44 Mala street.
-'i
Charged with etesllng two shirts
from the C. E. Atkinson store. Thos.
Moore and Jas. Howe were bound
over to the next grand Jury by Jus
tice Graves this afternoon. Honda
were fixed at f S00 each.
Howe took the stand In bis defense
this afternoon, lib declared that he
bad bought the shirts from a Strang-
Summons
In tho Circuit Court ot the State of
Oregon, for the County of
Klamath.
Claronce Mitchell, Plaintiff,
vs.
W. I Nichols, Charles Percy Nich
ols, and their heirs, and alt per
sona known and unknown
claiming any Interest In tho vast
erly fifty-five feet ot lot three,
block forty-four, Nichols addi
tion to Klamath Fnlta, Oregon.
To W. !. Nichols, Charles Percy Nich
ols, and their heirs, and all per
sona known and unknown,'
claiming any Interest In the east
erly fifty-five feet of lot three,
block forty-four, Nichols addl-i
tlon to the City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon.
In the Nurne of tho State of Oregon;
You and each of you uro hereby
summoned to appear and nnawor thu
complaint filed In the above entitled
suit within six weeks atter the first
publication of thU-aummona In the
Klamath Itepubllcan, a newspaper,
on or before November X,
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that be bad gone Into tho AlklnHon'to'w,t
store to buy a hat, but could not find l9Z
ono small enough for him. ' n(1 )"u will tako notice tlmt If
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aald, "and haye a lot of trouble get
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The two defendants wero repre
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Johnson. H. M. Manning reuresent-
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Inway and other leading
a. Other makes lit mod-
prices. Tuning und repairs
Agency for
IIITK HEWING MACHINES.
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Hooka, Hlatlonrry and I'lrlnres
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If you tun
fashioned carbim
within aald time, the plaintiff for lnlnl" ')U nro palng OS runU out of
want thereof will apply lo the Hbnvu '""'V dollar for Jarknona, Use Kill-
court for the relict demnnded In the "" Mnzila lauipaind turn your whole
complaint filed by him In aald suit, dollar's worth oKcurront Into licht.
to-wlt: Put an Kdlsoi Miuda lamp wher-
For a decrea determining all ml- l'"'r "U huvo a krbon lump, und you
verso claims of the defendants nr vlll get threo afinea as much llrl.i
e terorairkOle oth 'any oinor party or partlea In or to l't'"ui spending u cont more for
i)isali ritepliein, " easterly fifty-five feet of lot (3) electricity. C
three In block (44) forty-four, Nlcli- L0I" " our ktoro today and see
jols addition lo Klninath Falls. Orn- '"f proof. f.
gon, unil ijulctlng plaintiff's tltln In 'Mlnon Mnida
'aid premise as against all cIuImih of ("nlivd electric
tho defendant, Hnd , holdlug thnt H'ro, oIUccb, fad
plaintiff U owner In fee slhiplo ot tl.o (1rnblo thnt tho
(.aid premises and for his conl anil r''ou"
dlaburaomenta In aald, suit and for lu "W
such other and further relief uh to ''W ,l'
equity may appertain. : '.' Mt' with
Thla aummona Is published Diirsu- completely
ant to an order of the Honorable v'iidow display, nklsodern and llv
jiienry I., lionson, Judge of the clr- ,n lllB rudlance.of tbw.lann Mania.
cuit court of the Btato of Oragon, for "" " now--;ur plfjko la 1IM.
the Couuty of Klamath; made and on- n n r, tk
iturnd ,m IIk. T.ll. ,l.u u.........i i. j n. ' I. I lml fU
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