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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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"OMMK FROM TO BR USED
Im Ik cm of Otis Orlsr. dscsaasd,
J. W. Mnhm, administrator of tko
estate, kM. through kls attorneys.
KUIott ft Elliott. appealed from Ue
kWm of the county court, Md
wlakes tko circuit court of KlaaaU
coaaty, of which Judge Henry L. Boa
sm U Ue praldlag judge, to deter
Im tko cuo on 1U merits. The UUe
of tko euo to J. W. ttMni vs. B. O.
Ortor, tko Utter, a reeldeat of luu
Asa., Calif., bate father of tko do
ciasid tai tko heir-at-law. aad Her
bert S. Craae, attoraoy for Oiler aad
eeker katre, aald that oao of tko re
suMa of tko Utlgatlou woald ko aa la
veaUcatloa kr tko bar of SMte Aaa
many. OaML. of a fna of attorneys
at Baata Am. who are alleged to have
MM froa Orior mmt tkat waa
to thea for kla.
OMa OHor kad a koaatead Moat
to astas froa the city toward ktodoc
Pass, aad tko eotato waa wortk akoat
t,M. Probably Mvaral hundred
Mara have already beoa apwt te
kaadtlM tko aatter la court, aad tko
i are tkat tko aaeMfaay bo
Tory materially before tho
sad hi roaeked.
Papon hi tko eoao allego that 8ltm
aw kad aald etebM against Ue na
tal froa aoaoy adraaeod by B. O.
OHor. Md Um aetod m Orlor'a agent,
raUor tku m adatiatotrator. Md
tkat, aettac aador m alleged agree-
it wKk Ortor. ke parted wlU tho
property of tko dooaaaod.
tkat Orior aow ropadlatea thl
MAIL IS BEHIND
OWING TO WRECK
fraught mix-op on main link
OF RSPSK, NORTH OV SACRA
MKNTO, CAVSBS POSTAL BHBV
ICE TO RKCEtVB
Three hour behind, tho mall train
last Bight threw Klamath Pulls of Its
schedule for communication with tho
outer world. It waa first advertised
to be but two hours Ute, bat this
decision waa amended to giro the
public better measure. Md tho belat
ed Institution rolled lato tho premi
um station three hours tardy. As a
result of tho delay tko wladow at
tho poatoBco was not opeaod, al
though mall waa distributed, aad box
holders who were able to stay awake
long eaougk called aad got their mail
during tho oTMtaa;.
Tho cause of tho lateness waa a
freight wreck oa tko main llao of
Ue SoaUern PaeUfc road a akort dis
tance north of Baeraawto.
mm iwif wit mi mm
(Continued froa Page 1)
Youths to Have a
Chance for Money
Registration in City Beautiful Contest to
Close Monday for Youngsters. Her
ald will Receive New Names
Have you helped In the "City Beau
Have you registered to participate
la the contest offered by the women
of tho Civic League In an endeavor to
make Klamath rails attractive to
The contest for adult closed live
days ago. but the time within which
youths were permitted to participate
was extended until September 18.
The Herald oee has boss desig
nated m tko place where registration
will bo received. la order to accoa-
moditte prospective competitors The
Herald will receive registrations un
til Monday noon. Just write on a
piece of paper:
Either mail or bring your realitra
tlcu to Tho Herald office. Thern Is
no charge, and a little work on the
part of auy Interested gardener may
bring a substantial prise In the shape
of real money offered by the ladles.
Tho order at Ue eouty court di
rected that MoasM retain m ftuida of
Ue estate Uo aaout of Uo Invent
ory value of nek personal property,
aad tkat ko have ao foea la eoaasc
tloi wtU Uo B. O. Orior dealings.
Om allegation U. Uo mU-np to
that 19 wm seat Laagley ft Thea
as. attoraoya of lute Am. m their
TMTMMteUua to B. O. Ortor tkat If It
were awt la Una tkey woald pay it
te Ma. aad that Uoy roootrod Uo
cheek, bat paid Ortor aoUJag.
era railroad ky way of Merrill to sec
tion It. froa that Mat It wUt rua
directly oast to Oloao, Uere cti
Lost River Md rua alone Uo south-
era baak for three alia. Thea it
will cross to Uo aortkera side aad
coatlnue to Bonansa with a water
grade the entire distance.
Clark has boon working on this
project for some time. Ho visited
Bonansa and says ko received muck
encouragement froa tko farmers la
tkat section. Ho says ko kM ao
doubt tkat Uo road wlU bo a nMadal
Social Events of the Week
SUMMER WEATHER AND THE CALL OP THE WOODS HAS
SO DEPLETED SOCIETY'S HANK8 THAT EVENTS ARK
PRW, BUT VERY ENJOYABLE
"Of course." said ko. "whether or
not tkto electric road to constructed
wlUout delay will depMd largely oa
the people themselves aad the eaeour
sg tmsat Uey have to offer ay back
ers. The people of Bonuta are all
anilous to got Uo road, and wilt do
anything within reason to get It The
farmers Md toad owners atoag the
sasaed-tao have shown desire to
aeot m halfway, Md I am sure the
road will be a certainty."
OV MACBOBL, WILL BBUi BOS
BtWNBSS IX ORBEB TO QET
BACK INTO THE PULPIT
W. E. Ooodo, hardware merchant
of MaotoeL a nourishing vlllace la
uo aatte Tauey. wants to oaU haal
neea m4 go back kite Uo alatotry.
Ho la hi Uo etty today, Md tomor
row wfli doa bis CartotlM war ton
how. Ko to aoiac to preaoh la Uo
Ptm MoUodtot ckurek aulatt.
Tkto aoratoeT Mr. Ooodo visited
Tko Herald oaeo Md adverttood kto
baaaosa tor aalo or oMhnssn. Ho
waste to sat back taio Uo pulpit. Ho
For yoara Mr. Ooodo, a regularly
ordoiaod autocar of Uo gospel,
proaeked la tko Willamette Valley,
bat ay few years ago ho llsteaed to
Uo sail of ooaasreo Md aawtH u
Uo aarohMdtos buslasos la tko little
towa of Macdosl. He has been sue
osoafal te busteees. but bo vuti to
go book to Uo ministry.
WMted to osll or osckangs, flour
tohas hardware, lapleaeat aad bar
aeas baaaea. Ownsr dalrao to re
tire froa business. Property to la
oludod. Jtddroa W. B. Ooodo, Mac
doel. Calif. s-4t
sarin mrmnsM ssms s
kw scion, mu
som k ie umr
TEXCM DISTRICT DBCIDBB TO M
SUE BONDS TALK OP CHANO
INO NAME OP LOCALITY TO
MILLER HILL MAS KO RBSULT
County Supsrlateadsat of Schools
John O. Swan raterdar attend!
tho school bond election at Tunas.
which resulted la tko district, wklch
is no. 44, resolving to authorise the
laue of IS.000 bosda for i aw
schooL Tho vote wm unanimous, alas
vouo being cut for Uo bond tosue.
aad bom against. Aa soon aa r.
rangemeate cm bo aado, construc
tion of a aow aad asdsrn builaiac
WlU bo bona. Tko aekool U aaar
Tosua OtaUoe of Uo Southern Parifle
about sovsn alio froa tkto city by
road, out only four alios la a direct
line. There to some dlaeussloa.
tho freeholders of Ue district as to
the advisability of calling- it Miller
Hill, Instead of Tama, but as yet uo
decision kM boon roacked.
A ploaaaat surprise party wm giv
en Tuesday night at Uo home of .Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Yaden for Miss Hasel
8ummers, daughter of County Com
mtalonsr Bummsrt, Uo occasion be
ing her nineteenth birthday. The
evening wm pleasantly spent la play
ing games. Those present wore Ue
Misses Pern Wood, Teresa Tadla,
Sallls Currla, Poster, Bee 8ummera,
Oladys Roberts, Hasel Summers,
Messrs. Jobn Yadln. Poster, Lloyd
Alford, WlU Wood, CleveUnd, Cnae.
Roberts and WsUlngton Tampler.
The meeting of tho Central Oregon
Development League la Lakavlow at
tracted many Klamath Palls people
during Uo past week, and n number
of auto parties left this city for there
Oa Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Prsd
Mills entertained at auction bridge.
A delightful afteraooa wm passed
snd refreshments were Mired to Mos
daaea Oliver Morton, Hlraa Mar
dock. J. P. Lee. C. J. Martla. Will
Mason. E. B. Henry Md Miss -Jessie
Mrs. Charles J. Martla gave a
charming afternoon's Mtertalnment
to a few friends on Thursday. She
gathered her guests by auto, and took
them for a Ions drlvs, rsturnlag to
her home at 6 o'clock, where a de
lightful high tea wm served. Those
Invited were: Mesdamea 0. M. Mor
ton, Will Mason. B. B. Henry. Prsd
It. Mills and Miss Holmati.
A dainty little luncheon waa served
by Mrs. William Pitts oa Thursday at
I o'clock. Aftsr the luncheon music
and fancy work beguiled several
e e e
The Right Reverend Robert L.
Paddock, D. D., reached Klamath
Palls on Friday afteraooa. and while
here be was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Brockenbrough at "La Caslta."
The bishop has just computed a tour
of Eastern Oregon, Including Wallo
wa. Baker. Malkeur. Harney and
Lake countlee. After leaving Klam
ath county he will visit Crook county
on horseback aad by wagon, visiting
many of tbe llttto- farming and min
ing communities, a well m the larger
aettled places. Aa bishop of Central
and Eastern Oregon, and represent
ing so vast an area with so meagre a
population, bis actlvltlss are necessar
ily along general Una, but bis hope
and strenuous purpose to towsrd the
upbuilding of the country on eveiy
side of the Jewel of development.
GEESE GET HOB
FAT IN FIELDS
PORTLAND MAN IIKCLAKKN THAT
FOOD OF TEN tlKKUK WOULD
KAHII.V FATTEN ONE HOtl.
(1IVKN FARMERS' ADVICE
Willi I logs Melllug lu Mm I'orlUuil
umrkei nt I9.1K and steers st 17,
with no Indication of tho price lower
Inu. O. M. I'iummor, ecrctsry of tho
Union stockyards of Portland, sec a
very bright prospect for stock grow-i-rn
In lliln suction. Mr. Pluiuiuer came
lu Friday uftomoou from Uksvlew,
where ho has bei-u In nllvudsuco nt
the mcetlug of the Central Orrson
"1 am surprised si the scarcity nt
hog lu this sccllou." Maid Mr. 1'luui
nier. "The wheat from the stubble
nelds that now feed ten geese would
easily fsttsn one hog. There has
been no 'hog reserve' declared yet In
this county, so 1 am of tho opinion
that farmers are making a mistake In
not going Into the hog raising business."
The Union stockyards In Portland
are the only ones west of Denver, and
are the most modern In the country.
73C-1ABU D'HOU MNtfft
Sunday Eve.530 JJ5 8
Chlckeu lloullloaf en Taste
lllpe Olive Nailed Almond
HIM of Halibut. Haucs Tartars
Pried Spring i;hlcken, a la Maryland
Stuffed Potatoes au a ratio
N'espolllai lee Cream aad Cake
LIFE IS SPARED
AT THE LAHT MINUTE UOVMt.MIII
WENT NE.N'DS A IIEPHIEVi: Ktll
PORTLAND MURDERER 11)1..
ICY IM CARRIED OUT TO EM)
United Press Service
SAI.KM, Aug. 1i, Just one hour
prior to the time set for his trcu.
tlon, II. E. Roberts, murderer, was
reprloved by Oovernor West, Ihetrby
fulfilling the policy announced by thr
state executive to postpone all execii
tlons until after tho voters hid (.
pressed their desires In Novrr'r
20 Years in Sin Sing
In jooo feet of movlrtf rinurcs at
TH E HAJfeSTIC
Honday and Tuesday Aug. 26-37
We lisv some very urelrtblr flU
itrcet property for sale Hluhris
Mnnter Krsltv (te
WINEMA 10 TAKE
McLsHSawJan s Lmvo
J. M. MeLnnahlin has aald kla
house Md lot oa Washington street
oetween PlfU Md.SUU atroote to
Deputy Sheriff HaydM. Mr. Md
Mrs. McLaushlla wlU makst Uair
komo la the future la BacraaenU.
Mr. MeLaua-klln kM beau aaloyd
by Virgil SM. furnlturo dealers.
TO PELICAN BAY LODOE AND
ROCKY POINT TOMORIIOW ON
SUNDAY FOLLOWING WILL
CARRY DUCK HUNTERS
1-aaaak I r L. aaaaa
of this great pen!
lly moving picture ever taken
DO NOT CHEER;
ENGROSSING CLERKS ARE TOO
BUSY WITH WORK TO PERMIT
SESSION CIsOsUNG UP AT TIME
DECIDED UPON ',
H O T 19 JL,
r. IfcTMpaa A.
-WIU private kaU
r, SAN FRANCISCO
(per day apt irkkest balk, $IM.
notii iiiioaos la each room
vdP-fytlilna: in IsdmJaslo
wBBalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT Uheaataa CUy
r mi.T-. - - - -
A Co.'s Pianos.
riaway and other loading
Otkar maka at mod-
'ate prices. Tuning Md repairs
HITK SEWING UcniMl
OLIVER TYPEWRITER AND
VICTOR TALKING MACHINR
Hooka, Stalteaory an4 Pictares
UMmTI f Mil atat HUf
eaessasssw e so w samaa1 awaaaay SUPB'VRs
Two doors cast of PostoHce.
R. MADSEN, Proprleter
Csotaln John Tottea. sklooor of
the good skip Winsma, will take out
tomorrow tne last auaoay sicusion
of tko season to Psllcaa Bay Lodge
and Rocky Point. Tko boat will
clear at a. m. and return nt p. a.,
after stopping sevsral hours at Us
two resorts. The Harrlnua Lodes
which bos been taken over by Uo
Klamath DevelopmMt company for a
resort. Is a very nonular attraction on
the Upper Lake, aad Uo other scenic
points ssen on Ue trip aako It allur
ing to tbe tourist
X)n tbe Sunday following tbe Wlno
01 will aake a spectol duck trip, that
being tho opening day of Ue season
for huntlnsr tha wsbfootad mai that
la m pUntlful la the marshes bare
shouts. The boat will go to Agency
Lake, which to a sort of aquatic an
nex of Upper KlaaaU. about it
mllea above tkto city.
United Press Ssrvlco
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 24.
Because the engrossing clerks could
not keep Ue pace wU the legisla
tive hurry, the auto Md house were
foroad to delay adjournment beyond
the hour tentatively agreed upon.
It la certain that tho session will
close early tonight. The house
killed time with speeches. Then a
recess wm taken until 4 o'clock.
After a long debate on the Penrose
resolution ths senate adjourned until
LONDON. Ausr. 14. London is to-
nlxkt practically cut of from tele
graphic communication m a rssult of
a Ore which totally destroyed the
general postofllco at Chsapslds. The
building cost sevsral million dollars.
and wm built two years ago,
Rovsr will rove no aoro.
Ho baa gone to tho happy hunting
Rover wm the bandsoms collie be
longing to Ooorge 1. Walton. Md
whM his owner started out with a
camping party last Tuesday Rover
started, too. Tko following day, whoa
the wagon wm proceeding on Its way
above Fort KlaaaU, Uo dog aado
a dash which carried kla under tbe
wheels of tko vehicle, ul wm crush-
Whereas, It has pleased the Ai.
mighty Qod to remove froa our midst
to tho Paradise above, our beloved
sister, Mule M. Sballoek. a chsn.r
sister, Little M. Scballoek. a charter
No. SO,-who wm at all times a loving
raoiosr, aevoua wife and sympathetic
friend, In wboss removsl wa have lost
an ever-ready helper; therefore, be It
' rtesolved, That wa amulet h
example of fraternity, charity and
loyally, and extend to the bereaved
family our sincere sympaUy, Be It
Resolved, That our chartsr h
draped In mourning for thirty days,
that a copy of these resolution, h.
Mnt to Uo bsreaved family, a copy
to tbe local newsMosrs. aad ih.t .
copy be engraved oa tko minutes of
ins w. k. c.
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THE IA).(J,Mt)T.WlAKV DAV
Is sure to have aVleasant sd
refreeblag clossffor those who
have awaltkfk Ihem at hom
that luiusf which only a pros
erly sjgpblnted bathroom eu
give, Aad modsra sanitary
I'laablng kM placed Uem st
dlspoMl of rich aad pew
like, for few purses nowadays
arc m Halted m not to be able
lo afford wkat wm a fsw yean
mo m alaost priceless luiary.
If you dalre to know all about
what a aoderato sua thsy us
be lastelled, kail up ORKKLRT
a. i;. raymann,
Cut Sowers at J4 Makf street.
Chronic SufftirrFa a I..IUJ
to cell on tbuVdruglsu special
ist of cbronlf diseases, Many
hundreds of the most obstinate
ailments hare been cured by
him. Diseases of the lungs,
heart, liver, j stomach, kidney,
bladder, paralysis, spinal dis
eases, nervous prostration, mus
cular and (rtlcular diseases;
skin and bipod dlssasss, dls
eosa ' !. Mr, boss and
throat, and other kindred dla.
S, over Hoc.
For the Painful Smarting jf
That Follows Sunburns
Witt. Hazel A
li tbe aiott exqilalteprcparatloa kaown,
lcsv Ing;the skla beattlfal, loft aad white
It la not sticky or iftuj. Glove can be
worn lnaedlately after Ming.
It Is an exceilentlollet preparation for
cbapped hands, fae( Upa or aay roab
neas. fine for use after ahaviagT
WHITMAN DRUG CQ
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