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THE wmimh HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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A post-aptlal "rasa" was g U
la konor ot Mri- Philip T. Staaott,
see Floreaee Bowea, ay Mrs. Ed
muad W. Gowea Jr. at her home on
JeCersoa ftreet Friday afternoon,
which was attended By Ma Edmund
W. Gowea 'St.. Mr. Claade Cose
heem, Mlat Claadla OXougalia. Ml
Margaertte Dmatar. MIn Ella Dews,
xme Marjorle MeClure. him jos
epalae Vn Riper, MIm Ulllaa Van
RlBer, Mies Verda Comd, Mb. Kath
rya Maaetr, MIm Faaale Vlrgfl, Mtes
Mary Skamfcert, MIm Nlaa Noel aad
MIm' Bee Semmers. Mrs. Slaaott
was Us Teclpteat ot b shower of nae-fsl-BBd
aeaattfal preaeata, and after
the preseatatloa, five nnadred waa
played. The prise was woa by MIm
Noel, who Bteeeated It to the guest
of honor. Late la the afternoon,
dainty refreeameat were eerred by
the hostess, aoaie Use after which
the enjoyable party came to a dote
by the dispersing of the cunts.
Hiss Kathryn Binnott, who has
beea Trtsltiag her brother and sister-la-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Sln
nott, left this morning for her home
In Oregon City.
One of the most enjoyable affairs
of the week was the union Sunday
school picnic and excursion given
Thursday. 'There were about 250
children and grownups aboard when
the steamer Wlnema cast her moor.
lags and started for a cruise of the
Upper Lake. The trip across beauti
ful Klamath Lake was enjoyed by
all. Some real "action" was Instill
ed Into the excuslonists when the
gangplank was thrown out at the
Johnson picnic grounds, between
Rocky Point and Harriman Lodge,
which kept all in a state of excite
ment for some little time. To make
It brief, the gangplank dropped on
a Best of yellowjacekts with the
usual result. A few hours were
For Shoes Worth 00 and $3.50
Twenty-nine pairs Womeir s low shoes to close at
once, sizes 2 1-2, 3,A4-2 and 4, none larger.
Values to $3.50, wldle they last the pair 50c.
to the eye that it is a pleasure to examine them. .... mnu, line of leawn-
New Fall and Winter good, are constantly arriving. In a few J",,,
able Waist, will be here, and they will be followed by the most complete line of Suk. ever .how
STILTS DRY GOODS COMPANY
.pent at the picnic grounds, and al
ter the lunches had been disposed of.
the children enjoyed a noioua vu.,.
In the syHan wonderland, the return
being made early In the evening.
.h- hieeext cTcnU In the ,
history ot the local Art Club oo -
curred Wednesday, Thursday and (
Friday, when the club gave Its first I
art exhibition In the Library Club
building. There ere numerous con
tributions in oil and water colors.
iriouuuus ,u - j
pastels, crayon and pen and ink j
ketches. besides a highly creditable
ji.ni.v ct china nalnting. During
.h thro dars of the display, several ,
hundred persons visited It. and there,
was much surprise expressed at met
talent ot local painters. There were j
many local scenes, and also some
lanclful paintings that were remark
MUs Jennie Applegate. daughter'
f CaDtaln and Mrs. O. C. Applegate.
has departed for Berkeley, where she
will enter the University of Cal
ifornia. Ji. very preuy morning tuum v
curred at 9:30 Wednesday, August
13th, at the residence of County
Superintendent J. Percy Wells In
Jacksonville, says the Ashland Tld
Inrs. in the marriage of Harry E.
Goeller and MUs Maude Ulppey, both
of Klamath Falls, Rev. W. T. Van
Scoy ot Ashland performing the cer
emony, which Included the bestowal
of the ring by the groom. The rel
atives and a few Intimate friends
were the only guests. County Super;
lntendent Wells and wife, close
friends of the young couple, gave In
vitation for the happy affair to be In
their home, and Mrs. Wells covered
herself over with glory In the prep
aration of the wedding breakfast of
rich viands and rare delicacies. The
home of Miss Rippey bad been in
Jackson county up to three years ago.
She Is an Oregonlan by blrtb, and
was educated In the public schools
and the Southrn Oregon State
Normal, from which sho graduated
as a trained teacher with the class
iof 190$. She taught, after gradu
I atlnK from the normal, two years In
the Aihland schools, one year at Gold
I Hill, and three years la the schools
of Klamath Palls, where she coma
havo continued IndoflnlUly. She has
been a very successful teacher and
i.. n ,n-nmnithed rounz womaa.
The groom U a native of Kansas, and
was educated in the Klamath Falls
graded and high school. He U a
sterling business young man. as
sociated with his father In the Klam
s wniu Rah and Door Factory?
Tho hannr couple were loaded with
rch presents as will be useful ln
lhclr new home. They started on
Wednesday afternoon by auto for
Crater Lake. After spending a fort
nl6ht of outing they will return to
Klamath Falls, where they will go
to housekeeping at once, and me
groom will continue with his fathor
In business. Many good wiibM follow
jfotlee of SbertTs Sale
By virtue ot aa execution and or
der ot sale duly issued by the clerk
ot the circuit court of the county of
Klamath, state of Oregon, dated the
th day ot August, 191. la a ear-
tain action in tho circuit court for
said county and state, wherein Rich
ard Melhase, as plaintiff, recovered
Judgment against R. C. Spink (also
known as Robert C. Spink) and A.
L. Spink (also known as Alice L.
Spink) for the sum of three thoas
flve hundred slxty-slx and 25-100
dollars and attorneys' fees In tho
sum of four hundred dollars
(1400.00) and costs and disburse
ments taxed at forty-seven and
15-100 dollars, on the 14th dar of
Notice Is hereby given that I wilt
on the 14th day of September, 1914.
at the front door of the county court
bouse, In Klamsth Falls, In said
county, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
of said day, sell at public autlon to
tho highest bidder, for cash, tho fol
lowing described property, to-wlt:
Beginning at the southwesterly
corner ot lot two (2) In block
eighteen (18) In the city of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, formerly Link--vllle,
thence northerly along the
line ot lots two (2) and seven (7),
two hundred forty (240) feet to
Pine street; thence easterly along
the southerly line ot Pine street
twenty-five feet; thence southerly
"Where the Ladies Shop"
and parallel to tho westerly line of
lots two (S) and seven ("). two
hundred forty (310) feel to the
ncrtberly Una of Main street,
thence westerly along the norther
ly line of Main street twenty-llvo
(35) feet to the place of begin
ning, In tho city of Klamath Fall.
fnrm.rlT the tQWQ of LlnkVlIU',
Oregon, abo,ve described premU-J
fronting and abutting on Malnj
rni twntv.nve (3S) feet audi
Tine street twenty-flve (35) (eet.j
Together with, tenements, hercJ-J
Itaments and appurtenance there
unto belonging or In anywlte ap-,
Taken and levied upon a the J
property of tho said It. C. Spink
(also known as Robert C. Spink)"
and A. U. Solnk (also known as Alice!
t. QninVi nr Hi much thereof as1
may be necessary to satisfy the said
Judgment In favor of said plaintiff,
Richard Melhase, against said de
fendants, with interest thereon, to
gether with all costs and disburse
ments that have or may accrue.
C. C. LOW. Sheriff.
rtv rsn- A. tlivdon. Dcnuty.
Dated at Klamsth Falls, Ore., Aug
ust 14, 191. 15.3!-39-5-12h
Notice of Vacation
I, M. R. Doty, hereby give notice
that 1 will, on tho 14th day of Sep
tember, 19 II, present to tho city
council, at Its regular meeting on
that date, a petition requesting tho
vacation of a certain portion of
Roosevelt street, In tho city of Klam
ath Falls, decrlbod as follows, to
wlt: All that portion of Rooserclt
street lying between blocks 17
and 18, In tho First addition to
tho city of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Notice to Taxpayer
Notice Is hereby given that tho
board of canalisation will convene
Monday, September 14tb, and will be
In session for thirty days. All tax
payers will be expected to file their
protests with the county clerk btforo
September 21st. aa provided by law,
as there will be absolutely no cbsngss
made In rolls after they are turned
bock to tbe assessor.
10-tf J, P. LEE, Assessor.
Dr. W, 11. Boyd left Friday for n
sojourn at Spring Creek.
Gtrload of Mixed Fruit and
Vegetables Juit In
Crawford Peachei the last of the season
THE CHOICEST LOT EVES RECEIVEEHN KLAMATH COUNTY
PEARS, (PPkES, PLUMS,
CORN AND CELERY
Mak it a point to get your order in this evening, if you want to get in on
this shipment, for such a choice lot will go fast.
There are two tsis o lasur.
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