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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, January 11, 1913, Image 4',
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TtOXAL MARVKUTKR COMPANY
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United PreM Servlea
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 11. Wal
lace I. Poland pleaded gnlKy today to
MkMritMtl ot 1M.Q00 from th In
ternational aHrvester Compaay'e ot
flo at that plac. Ho wm seateaced
by Judge Duaa to mtm yr at San
Qaatta. HI pita for a parol vat
OFFtCKfM OP OIL COMPANY AttB
CMARGKD WITH V8INU TMK
MAILS TO BKKR.UO TRUK
HILLS ARK PtHJNB
(Jailed rrtoa 8rlc
LOS ANQ ELKS, Jaa. 11. Charged
with using tha mails to defraud, fir
official ot the Seaboard Oil Transit
company, a $20,000,000 corporation.
vic Indicted by the federal grand
Jur here today.
Social Events of the Week
TO VOTE MONDAY
aWCATOM MMR TO CAST aUt
LOW AT 1 O'CLOCK MOXBAY
oosnmKXT op Kccam
Ualted Praa. stenrtea
WASHINGTON, D. C Jam. II.
Th UaJted State ate decided UU
thia afteraoea to vote oa Um Area
bald tmnaaehatoat cm at 1 o'clock
Monday afteraoea. it la tha ftMral
eatatoa her that the proaecaUa will
.mm SCUM citf iff Ifiii
Irtmnswl wwwww. bshu, wi itBrarei
' (Continued from Page 1)
"drcn of whtto father and Indian
.'mothers, and tha family reside at
Fort Klamath. At tha beginning ot
the achool term ha September a sep
arate tchool was eetabllahed for chil
dren of ladlaa Haeag at Pert KUm-
ath. aad the Crawford ealldraa were
Instructed to attaad that achooL To
thla their father objoete. aad he la
aeeklag a writ of mandamus upon the
ground that hi children aro beta
discriminated against by tha direct
or of the echooL
CHARGES WILL BE
PAID IN KLAMATH
t-HHM MAT NOW PAT WATSM
cmMuam to msclamatiox
OVTKIAL IMrTKAB OP TRANS.
MaTTIKG TBOBt TO LAKK1KW
Inatead af bta eUd to trans
mit water ekargea to Um gwvsraaMat
ttvesga the-Lakerlew laad , wa
ter aaera la tha Klamath pretest wtU
hereafter par tar shsrgoo at the
local aeadaaartora of the raelaaattea
aerrlee. Chief Clark C C. Hegve aaa
jaat beea dee lotted aa receiving
agent by the government, aad will
receive free the water user aad ac
eeaat dlraet to the treasury deeart-
Tnln will ear a great deal of time
ta traaaailiUag Um money, aad St will
alto effect a saving of 25 ceata oa ev
ery ll traaamlttad. Darlag tha
ahaaaee ef Mr. Hegve Harry Cadea
will reeelre Um payment.
Wa are now prepared to aanra Um
Oeaatea QU Crawfish, ddreet freaj
the feaneaa Qeotte Crawflaa Haaaa af
rwrfctead. Or. They ar assjetatety
freak aad aaaaat b heat.
HKRHKRT RKPSOLD ELUDES TMK
GUARDS AT HAN QCENTIX, AND
UP TO LATH MOl'R HAS NOT
Baited Pre Servte
RAN QUKNTIN. Jan. 11. Herbert
RepeoM. Um "perfumed barglar,'
who tteapsd from Um atate pealtea
ttary hut Bight, la atlll at liberty.
Wardea Heyl aad aearehlag aaaaei
hare secared a trae of Um eoarlet.
Ceaaty. Tlamatk Faiaa.
Notie la iMratf gtraa Uat that
are f aad oa haad la Um Xaad
for th redemptlea of Road Warraat
Bamher S3. Iatereet wlU
thu date, Jaavary IU. lilt.
Ctead H. DaggaU.
Omc ot th Treasurer of Klamath
Couaty, December 17, 1913.
Notice I hereby givea that there
are faad la the couaty treaaary for
th redemptloa of all general faad
warrant protected prior to April 1,
Intereet will c from thk date.
December 27, 111.
U-JMIth 1-S-t-lf r
. ' :
to be PURE
W employ a hlghlaa ehemlet to
do our mixing. Th pureet lagradi
eaU coupled with th well kaowa
"WhRe PeHcaa Maaeral Water
Make our output abeolntely tba heat
oa th market.
OUR REPUTATION M RTAKKB ON
Pree delivery to all parte of th alty
Mineral Spring Company
Th beautiful heme ot Mr. and Mta.
Prank Ward oa l'lae atrvet wa the
Ka ot a delightful gathering Tue
day otealag, wha Mr. and Mr. Ward
eatertalaed a number ot friend, the
gueet tut lacludlai Mr. aad Mr. K.
It. Iteamea, Judge aad Mr. U P. Wll
lelU, Judge aad Mr. Henry U Ben
ton, Mr. aad Mr. Uharlea P. Stone,
Mr. aad Mr, Orb Campbell, Mr. and
Mr, Fred Melhaae, Judge aad Mr,
lleorge T. Baldwin. Mr. aad Mr. R.
B. Smith, Mr. and Mra. Roy Ham
aker. Mr. and Mr. Rutue Moore, Mr.
and Mr. Slla Obenchaln, Mr. and
Mr. K. II. Henry, Mr. and Mr. R. 0,
Snlnk. Mr. and Mr. Hiram P. Mur-
. . .. - . .. 1. 11.11 u. I"'
Uock, r. aaa mn. w. u, nan, ""wn,n
and Mr. Kail u. uummings, Mr. aau
Mr. Thoma Hampton, Mr. and Mra.
Weley O. Bmltb, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Ilruckenbrouib. Mr. and Mr. Rich
...... I .ali Mm.
1V1U, Mr. Wios, Mt H. - Mowr'
Mr. Will H. Maon lfu hrW
. . It.ll.M MfialhllllH.
been ,Ulu d.nc.u. 1U, the, Uve y. II. Mru . J a- ,j, ...e.
niiiii jiw "- ...
veUblUhed an mIMo rword n
terUlner. and "" '0' b,, ,,r,r"
jml highly cnJiijrabJe. Aiwe
Oehler U the Wahoa of the tribe, and
tire hundred at her Hoi iUrl Ml
ii... ....... The meet M IlKluded
Mr, A. I. MUUr, Mre. t' r.
tlowen. (larrell Van HHtef. Uar.nt Vaaal. Mra. ll.arr -JM "
A. Mehattey. John 8leu.cn... Andrew Uohett Hldg. Mm. Uarle M .
(1 Horn-r, William Downing. Perry '.Ml.. Au U, M.0.r 1M 1111.
o Z TIa C.udo Coaeboom and Mia Hurco W. M... "re. ThfcM
lumt.iim The nrt 1'rne,
china il. we won If Uf
O. IK Up, Claude tNxeboora
John 0 Cleghorn.
77" i J.r l.w.ndMr.J C UrKhenhruh !
The Went Hide homo ot Mr. I. JT .. . . . ,. . .u.ilott. a e
Kaapp wa the euo o( an eujoj- A highly enj.i)ahleuper
party Wedciuday afternoon. ' W ,ht lelU0tfB', euteiUln
Mr. Knnpp hoilc lo the,
. . .. - M...k. hk. .II..HIU1II ........
l.elture uour iiuu. i i....m...
. ..i. .I-. M... hiin.lrml. and --
"T. :.V" A . .1 :.: b it.. uMuit Ju4 Him Mcln nd
" u"'" .. .. ... . ... ... i..i ii . ih honor
ard M. Illchatdton. Mr.and Mr. Cleo, L. , , Moo Mril KtcJ Melhur, jum at a dinner party In t glf
NoUnd. Mr. and Jtr. wiarence w.'j, Uorl y
Morgan. Mr. ana Mr. J. u nogue,
CHBPHERD PIANO DEPOT
J KU All ATH I'AUA OBJMON
. :. rilhlv-Go To Your Dl
siv.i.'.? Vil winorllVsl,c'n'to'i
. t of n ' trt'Tl I (' t wctHCWf m in im,i uggtMi
t s II i ft I wily mm, omwuu rum ntiitK uiy, n we,
i I'd tc ilfxioi UHta Am' Ottnv IVecluial fort-
,. colJt. wc wiM not fftr k h ytw.
Mr! Uert Wlthrow. Mr. O, W KoU 'ihl. editing hy Mr. and Mr, WIMUn
etUon. Mr. Uni, Mr, tdoiua n nnaw, hi ir ""
Mr. and Mra. A. M. Borden. Mr. an .,...-. . u'UIUm I. Clarke.
Mr. Hobert K Wattenburg. Mr. and;Mr rw ji,,,.),, y, o, A.
Glynn and Mra. H. 1 Smithy
Mr. aad Mr. Kvaa It. iteauii leave
la a few daya for Honolulu, where
they will epead the winter a the
gueeU of their daughler, Mr. Pratk
Jenalnga. Mr. aad Mr. Jrnnlng ror-
merty redded In KUualh Kail. Mr.
Jenalnga being In th mercantile bual
Mr. Don J. Kumwalt. Mr, aad Mra,
Fred II. MtlU. Mr. and Mr. Charlea
J. Martin aad Mra. Kmll 111 ot Aah-
Uad. Tha Ward horn wa taatefully
decorated for th occaawa, belly aad
greeaery ahowlag to a pretty efect
under the electric light. Aa eooa aa
th gueet aaembted they wer pro
Mated with aovelty boaboa fatar
containing gay paper cap, aad ta
wer worn throughout the otealag,
creating no cad of merriment. Pit
hundred waa the principal dlveraloa
ot the evening, durlag the course ot
which aa elaborate luncheon wa
Ml Edna Norrls ha relumed to
Fort Klamath after a vtelt ot aereral
daya with Klamath Fall friend. She
wa accompanied by Mia Pay Mega
who will ipend two week aa a gueet
at tha Norrie farm.
Mr. Orb Campbell waa hoateea to
two table of Or hundred Moaday
afteraoea. Durlag tha court of Ik
gam deUclou refreehmeata war
erred, aad' Um gneeta preeeat war
Mra. O. A. Olyaa. Mra. Thoma Haatp
tea, Mra. Barl WaUtock. Mra. R. R.
amKh. Mrs. C. C Cofer. Mra. Praak
Ward aad Mra. Fred SebaMock.
Member ot, th Jul-NI-Yel Club
wer gueet af Mr. Tom W. Step
a at her Walnut areaua horn oa
Tueaday afternoon, bridge being
played. la attendance were Mr. Pred
Meiheee. Mr. A. D. Miller, Mr. Tho.
Hamptoa. MroT Stewart. Mra. O. R.
Manning, Mra. E. R. Hall, Mr. O. A.
Olyaa. Mrs. Ccar E. Wllley aad Mr.
Th birthday annlvrry of Mr.
R. R. Brew baker wa the occaaloa of
a happy aurprlMt on th llrewbaher
family, a number of friend, laden
with refreshment, calling Wedneeday
evening to with Mr. Ilrewbaker
aany happy return of the day. Hocll
chat aad gam mad the evening a
pleaaaat one, and a nice luncheon wa
alto enjoyed. At the party ware Mr.
aad Mr. !. It. llrewbaher. Verl
Rrewbaher, Mr. and Mr. C-lenn John
ton, Mr. and Mr. It. Vance Hutchla.
Mr. and Mr. Edgar Virgil. Mr. aad
Mr. W. V. McMillan.
Ctarcnra O Unmi rtalnlv rfrjl.. imj(
. . - - ., ...M- .V.VW.WV, MM V.VMVW..H W. .-., ...
meat were served by Mr. Slepheaa.lroom, and dancing waa enjoyed for
Mr. and Mr. William I. Clarke are
her from Oakland to ipend a few
week vUltlag friend.
A highly enjoyable evening wa
pend at th Comttock hotel Wednee
day evealag. tho occajloa being an
entertainment given by Mr. aad Mr.
L. O. CemeUxk. After progretv
whlt had beea played for aoue tlraa
tho gueeta repaired to the dining
room, where a repeal that appealed
to tha epics reaa taitre of all wa
ervrd. Th splendid topper wa
not the only aurprlte of the evening,
for a eooa a It ended the floor was
aa orchestra entered the
Including wedding cake from the
Leavitt-Stepheaa nuptials Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Weatey O. Smith left
Wednesday morning for Salem, the
former to attend to legislature aa rep
resentative from tbU district, Mrs.
Smith to visit frleada la th CaplUL
Befor returalag they will vUlt Mr.
and Mrs. H. V. Oat at IHIUboro
At th eoaclueloa of th meeting of
th oaacT af Orae Methodist Epts
copal church at th parsonage Tiie.
dsy evealag, a deUghUsI Informal so
cial vealag wa aJoyd aad a luacb-
eon was served. At th meUag were
Kr. Oo. H. Pm aad family, C. a
Wlddoes, I. D. Whltmor. Dr. C. V.
Fisher aad wife, C. Staaley Wood,
Oasrg J. Walton, tr. 11. E. Mo
myer, Mrs. Joseph Mocr. Mra. Wm
B. Baraes, Mra. George McDMald, Vr.
aad Mrs. R. R. Hamllloa, MIm Knxel
Summer, Mia Ida Momyr. Dr. W.
A. Uoaard, Praak Nelson, Mr, and
Mrs. W. W. Masteti, Edmuni M. Chll.
cot, Praak M. Upp and Howard
CIvUad. Tcautlve rlaat for a
aortel meetlag of th member of all
I he eharcb la th rlty were laid at
the remainder ot the evening. Th
guests present were: Mr. and Mr.
Oeorgo Haydon, Mr. aad Mr. 0. W,
luain. Mr. ana Mr. J. A. Martin, Mr.
aad Mr. P. O. Qreeawood, Mis K.
Hunk, Mrs. C. D. Oarretoa. Mr. E.
E. Oluberg, Mr. and Mr. M. MoUch-
enbacber, Rhlaehardt Metacheabaeh-
er, Mra, Martha Swaa. MUa May llel
Jlck, Joseph I'opUII, George Rudc
chall, M. K. Taylor, 8. Kowbata, Rich.
ard Qalaao. John HageUUta, II, J.
O'llrlea aad W. J. Saavr.
Mr. and Mr. Charle Roberts will
entertain at their home Friday even
II as a rase ot Mlnale tU, Jingle
Ulla. Jingle all the way," olih It n
rmtlon of a atop nude l loll one ol
the rrod In a drill and leave bim
. alk a mile or tvo through the
mow, TMa retcrent enin iw
.oily lelghlng ivarty that traieterd
aral mllra of founlry trd la a
big "bob" Wit night, member of the
happy croad being Mr. and Mr,
Frank tiullfnrd, Mr, and Mr. Ilobert
A Johuaon, Mr, and Mra, lleorg.
Mr. and Mr. William I. Clarke.
Mr and Mr. William I'. Hughes, Mr.
I ,S Whteler of Eureka. Mr. Mah.
Ion T, Dolman, Mr. U. O. Johnson,
MUs Mamie Ktegelman, MUs Zentlb
Johnaon. Mil Ituller W laul John.
ion and Hen F.Morrla. After the
evening had been spent In slelgblag
the party enjoyed refrtebmtnU at the
home of Mr. Johnson In Hillside addl
Mrmt.r of Klamath Falls !dc
No, 13 (T. tl, I'. O. Elks, and thtlr
tsdlee enjoyed another "at hum" at
the lodge' club rooms last nlghl.
upwards of City couple betag af.
cut. The evening was spent in dsnr.
Ing, aad refreehmeata were avrud
Eirellcnt tauate was rendered by
The 111 Needlework Club wa en.
tertalned Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
William Whlllnrk, the mating being
atlraded by Mr. Frtnk Ward, Mis,
Claude Dsigelt, Mr. Fred Malhase.
Mra. Hubert A, Kmmllt, Mr. Paul
Noel. Mrs. J. J. I'arker, Mr. Kip Van
Hlper, Mrs. Karl Wblltock and Mr
W. T. Hhhe. The sllcrnoun waa de
voted to fancy work, and refresh
meal wre served,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J, I'arker enter
tained the Non-llelgravla Club mem
ber at their home Saturday nlghl,
whist being the gaalo of the evealag.
Attending were Mr, aad Mr. H. E.
Rniltb, Mr. aad Mra. Praak Cofsr,
Mr, and Mr. Leell ilogers, Mr. aad
Mrs. Orb Campbell, Mr, aad Mra.
Charle J, Martin, Mr. aad Mrs. Earl
Whltlock. Mr. aad Mrs. Kobert .
Waltenburg, Mr. aad Mrs. William
Waltlock, Mr. aad Mrs. Claud Dg.
gelt and Mr. aad Mr. Fred flchatlnck.
la boaor ef tba birthday asalver-
vary of Charle Thomas, friend of
tha family tendered Mr. and Mr.
Thomas of Mills Addition a surprise
last Friday evening, tb following be.
rag preat; Mr, aad .Mr. Praak
Howard, Mr. aad Mra. (Jeers Bali.
Mr. aad Mra. Praak Appleaau. Mr.
aad Mra. William Sandbam. Mr. ..j
Z Mra. M. L. Milter, Mra. Lrdla Hawk.
la. Mra. Irma Lueas, Mra. Addl
Hawkla, Mrs. Errtt Klrkaadall,
Mies Maud Miller, Mia Ruth 0wm,
Ml Rom Milter aad Wllmot Sand'
nam. Music aad aamea wr a fa
tar or ta ralars ntrtalnmet.
aud it was a Utehour before th as
tern bUg dtspssd. A dainty lunch
A nuetlag of U Klatewa Club w.
nU teat eraia, at whl tha mm-
br arraagad te air a "ar-LaUB"
daaesag aartr at taa-WhH PelUaa
aawi'o ta alght af Jaauarr stth.
larMatioas will b lataid In a few
dar Darlag tk two wlatera that
UU- organisation of young. ata ha
Th SUndard Hearera held their
regular meetlag Wednesday night at
th home of Miss Hasel Summer oa
Pin street, Mlsa Orae llewett. Mlsa
Ida Momyer, Mia Pern Wood, Mrs.
Earnest Eddy, Mtes Qtedys Robert.
Mra. George 1L Peese, Mis Nlaa Noel
and Mlsa Salllo Currla be lag In at
tendance. Following tb routine bus.
ness, a social evealag waa enjoyed.
duriag which refreehmeata wer serv
ed by the hoitess. assisted by her
later, Mlas lie Summer.
Inrllatlona ar Mtag Issued by Mra.
Charle J, Martin, Mra. Carey M.
Ramaby and Mra. B. Kdward Martin
for aa entertainment to b alvan
Wedneeday, The party will N given
at the flamsby reeldeace oa Fifth
street, and Are hundred will be the
Miss Laura Blc waa hostess at a
& o'clock tea Thursday afternoon
Her gueeta wer Miss Lota Myers,
Miss Ethel Gross, Mlsa Bdaa Adam.
Mis Maude Rlppey, Mis Raehel Man.
Nesaa, asiss winifrad Wlnaard and
Miss Nellie McAadrews.
Members of th Mhwleaary Society
of Grac M, K. Church mat Thursday
at (h homo of Mra. 0. Y. Fisher, In
Hot Spring addition, at which tlm
arrangements wr"md to eatertala
tb mhMloaary societies of the nth.r
ehufch of th olty, Thl ontertaln-
meat will be given ait month at tba
horn of Mra. J. l. miott. Potiowi..
th meeting Tkniadgj,, refreshmeaU
w.r rvei ay Mrs. Pteaar. At tha
meeting wer Mra. J. S. Blllott, Mra.
R. n. Hamilton, Mrs. O. H. PeM,
Cut flower at No. I West Mala at
In Ihe Circuit Court of th Slat ot
Oregon, for Klamath County
Sarah Waller Currln, I'lalalilf,
Ilobert Hop Currla, Defendant
ft) Robert Hop Currln, th above-
In the name of the Stat of Oregon.
you aro hereby required to appar
and anawer th complaint fllad
against you In Hi abov eatllled suit
en or before Thursday, tha 33d da
of January 11)13, that tttjng th last
day of the tlm prescribed In th
.w, U( imuiicaiioa oi mis sum
mons, Th flrst publication thereof
ueing on Thursday, tb 13th day ot
December, 1013; nod If you fan to so
appear and answer, for ant thereof
mo piaintm wl apply to (lie court
for tho relief demanded in Ihe com
Plaint, to-wli, for a decree dlssoly.
ug in bonds of malrlmeay now ot
Istlag between idaJuUfr and defend
ant, for the car end custody of Hugh
Currln. a minor child, tho Issue of
said marriage, and for such other and
further relief as to the court im.
eeni equllable. This summons It!
served on tb defendant herein by
the publication thereof in th Ki.n, .'
ain Republican, weekly newspaper
v.i circulation, nr ut mi ..,.
published at Klamath Pall., Oregon,
ac a week for all consacutiv. w-.i,.
by order of Honorable Henrv i. iu. '
on, judge of the abov entitled court,
mad, dated and fld in said suit, at
Klamath Palls, Oregon, on th inn
day of Dcmbr, 1H, th date 0f
V PUB" thareof being
oa Thuraday, December 12th, 1912,
,.,., ,liBE8EB 0R0E8HKCK,
ia-13-l-U r Attorney for Plalntl
U T ' aJsSSSSSSr,,,"W,,aaaSSSSsll
te Wiiraawsiv Vjajsr
jm: M)i Musiiji
WhH Ihe lMttltct baa U wsjl
properly ana aereriiai te i
Malhttd ttf saalUtlon, aiuy waaj
lutpable rtleae4 on th Hwg
ttle or Mher wait K ),
lh Hat yar oa k,
(iuak)- and It will U iliki, ergf.
UHI OHf lore r avuiH sal eaas)
r4 aarhmea ar at ytui Mtrk
in j i in u.r. i'ravi, :. m, mi'mr, VhfM . l
MKHT K. Ml HIMM W, .r.t.if,
Klamath County Abstraci Co
Surveyors and Irrliion tublinrvr
ness wnsjtjTaa: l
MAI, naH. Ul.lUfMINT, l,Tt iKIdMBls l!)'l, OfC
'Now it the time you
A lotion uncqualcd for
chapped handa and
More lip. Try a
bottle and be
Whitman Drug Co.l
I'erhapt li'a because you are demanding loo muew of yaar bady, at
fOli ire UIUu!n ... I..H...II.MI. . ... .
, -... -. ,NjiMiuiiii7 ana warn inaa y m aapsei
work, by all meant build your telf up, Tab ar t
This beiiedclal medlcln crA(e new auMttte'saakaa aa heal Iky
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