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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
LJ . ' -"' "in '
Mrs. Jool T. Ward of Malln Is
upending ft few days In town on bus
iness, nnd pleasure.
Watton Patterson wa3 In tlio
Falls yesterday from his ranch In
the Spring Lake section.
W. h. Tingloy waR at tho county
seat yesterday purchasing supplies
for his ranch near Midland.
John Schubert, brother of Carl
Jpsso Drew of lllldobrnnd wns
visiting at tho county seat yester
day. I). Kills Young, prosperous farmer
of tho valley, was transacting busi
ness at tho county scat yesterday.
Joo Hall nnd wltVof the Klamath
Indian reservation wero down from
Modoc Point on matters of busi
ness. Charles Drew, who oporntes the
Kllgoro ranch where tho recent
county fair was held, was In town
I Miss Mnbcl I.atta of Merrill loft
Schubert Jr., loft for Oakland, whoro
Iia ir11 llt ..tl. Ittn nlrnnlt.
I Idaho, whero she Is expecting to at
V'. S. Sbelbum left this morning , tend school,
for his old homo at Phoenix. Arizonaj p,nl, lal ronr,etor r
for a stay of lndcflpnle length. to S(ap druB 8lor0i ,oft th,s mor.
Ward Miller of Walla Walla. Ing on tho train for Pertliml-on a of onVe Uennox. proprietor of tho
Washington, is visiting his cousin. business trip.
Virgil Miller, far a short time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Tomplor loft this
morning for San Francisco on mat
ters of business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Cardwoll of Ft.
Klamath woro nt tho county sent
yestordny on matters of business.
Mrs. II. H. Reynolds gnvo n duck
dinner to her Portland frlonds, Mr.
and airs. W. H. Locke, last night at
tho Jewel cafe.
A. C. Prosco, representative of
tho Guggenheim Copper company,
who has been hero for several days
visiting tho local stores, left this
morning on tho train for Snn Francisco.
Mrs. Preston (formerly Mrs. Oro
vor Cleveland) has tho distinction of
bolng tho only lady to marry a Presi
dent of thu United Stntes In tho
Phono HO for 1). ft M. Cleaning
Co. Free delivery. Prices right.
school lusritirr iiuwikt
Mrs. A. Ilonmes nnd Mrs. Ilattlo
l.ou who havo boon employed at
the Shasta for many months, loft
on the train this morning for a va
cation tnip. Mrs. Heames Is a sister
To tho Clerk of School District No.
1, Klamath County, Oregen:
Foltowing Is a statement of tho es
timated amount of money needed by
tho district during tho fiscal year be
ginning June :0. inSO, and ending
June HO, mat. This budget Is inado
in compliance with miction !M7 of
tho Schoil Laws of lit 17, and In
cludes the estimated nmouuts to bn
received from the county school
fund, state school fund, special dis
trict tax and all other moneys of tho
llmlirrt Ksl hunted Kloncltlun-s
Teachers- salaries . $;17.000.00
President E. J. Grant of the Al-
Ircno Anderson, daughtor cf O.jgoma Lumber cempany. left .this
R. Anderson, left on tho train this morning for Los Angeles on mat
morning, for Weed on matters of bus-jtcrs of business.
Among tho newcomers registered
James Thompson, who operates a at tho White Pelican hotel nre E. C
ranch near Midland, was at thci fall. M. S. Farmer nnd Miss Georgia
county seat yesterday purchasing Parker. all cf Portland.
SHASTA VIEW. Oct. 27 Mr.
Fruits of Merrill Is building a barn
for C. iM. Klrkpntrlck.
W. A. Layman and wife have been
spending a few days at their ranch
at Uorris and on the'r return they
wero a tone time tho largest nop
k.M n.ln ..h.1 ..InnU
Chnrles Ager cf tho Midland scc-(ested In the Dorris Lumber & Box, '" h""" "
Hon was In town yesterday noKotlnt-! coinnanv. and has been hero on mat-' Clarenco Hunt and family from
Ing for tho sale of some cattle and I ters of Imsliu-ss. loft this nmrn'lnc : Wttr Klani'th Falls spent Sunday
i for Dorris.
SHASTA VIEW NOTES
Charles S. Twohy. who Is inter-
Robert Miller, after being confined
to his home with pneumonia for
about four weeks, is able to resumo
his attendance at the high school.
Mrs. Li. N. Gilstrap and son, A1-.
bert, left today for Los. Angeles,
California, being called there by the
Illness of Mrs. Gilstrap's parents.
Mrs. E. A- Ra, mother of O. E.
Rae of the Crater cafe, left this
morning for her home in Salem,
after an extended visit with her son.
E. J. Bradley, who recently re
turned from service overseas, has
returned to his post as messenger
for the American Railway Express
Guy Merrill of Merrill, Oregon,
came Into town yesterday for the
purpose of taking out to his place
jsome sheep herders to care for his
flock of sheep.
Jack,. O'Connor, who has one of
the finest herd of sheep in the coun
ty, was in town yesterday from his
place, which was formerly the Crls
lcr and Stilts ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ryan came down
from the Fort country yesterday, as
they havo sold their ranch near
there. It is expected that they will
make their homo in Klamath Falls
'for tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Folsom were
busy Klamath Falls visitors yester
day, Mr. Folsom having closed the
sale" of .his grain at a good prico,
and expressed himself as well pleas
ed with his crop and the returns
Fred Wortley, who has been em
ployed by G. B. Coznd for some time.
left this morning for Los Angeles
where he expects to spend about ten
days visiting his mother.
Mrs. W. S. Slough, upon special
invitation of the Y. W. C. A., left
this morning for Spokane to attend
a conference of, the workers In the
northwestern field of this organization.
Mr. and Mrs. AV. H.i Locke of
Portland, Oregon, are in tho city,
registered at the Hall hotel. Mr.
Locke is state representative of the
Pacific Coast Biscuit company, the
home of Snowliako crackers. They
expect to spend a week here.
T. Wigman, special representative
of the American Druggist syndicate,
visited Klamath Falls druggists, who
are all members of the association,
which includes 28,000 of the princi
M drugctsts cf tho country. Mr.
Wigman left on this morning's train.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Miller and
family are spending p few rtnvs w'th
Mr. Miller's brother, F. C. Miller, fire
chief, while on their way from Walls
Walla ,'Wash., where Mr. Miller
raises beets on a large scale to South
ern California where they will stay
during the winter.
Jerry O'Connor, who has a largo
herd of sheep on the old Tom Mar
fin place in the Spring Lake section.
was transacting business in town
yesterday. Mr. O'Connor has one of
the finest sheep camps in the county,
tho equipment and accommodations
being exceptionally complete.
with his. brcthcr, O. E. Hunt
Mrs. C. M. KlrkpatrlcTc was lu
Klamath Falls for a fow days ro
contly, having dental work dono.
G. W. Myers and C. C. Garrison
aro hauling potatoes to Big Valloy
and bringing back apples from Fall
O. E. Hunt and H. E. Wilson each
bought a load of apples near Look
out last week.
Roy Foglo is driving A. Kallna's
Threshers and grain haulers aro
as busy as usual in this section. It
seems that nothing short of snow
and bad roads can stop them.
Tho ladies of the Helping Hand
society were entertained by Mrs.
John McNeal last Wednesday.
Apparatus nnd supplies,
such as maps, chalk,
ornrors. stoves, cur
Repairs of school houses,
outbuildings or fences .
Improving grounds . . .
Playground equipment ....
..tn't.rs' supplies ...
Light and water
Postage and stationery....
For tho payment of bond
ed debt nnd Interest
tbireon, Issued under
sections 117. HI to
IIS, and 422 or tho
School Laws of Orogou,
1.0 no. 00
n, fin o.oo
A sugge3tlon has been made that
all women who nt any time in their
careers have earned a livelihood as
typists shall contribute toward a
fund for the erection of a monument
to Latham Sholes, inventor of the
typewriter, whose romains for twenty-eight
years have rested in an un
marked grave in a cemotory In Milwaukee.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Total estimated amount of
of money to bo expend
ed for all purposes dur
ing tho year $48,000.00
From county school fund
during tho coming
school year $23,000.00
From stato school fund
during tho coming
school year 2,000.00
Total estimated receipts,
not Including the mon
ey)" to bo received from
the tax which It is pro
posed to vote $25,000.00
Total estimated expenses
for the yoir $4S,000.00
Total estimated receipts,
not Including tho tax
to bo voted 25,000
FOR SALE 14 Poland China stocn
hogs. D. W. Roberts, Poe Valley,
' . 28-6t
The Victor policy is to bring out the latest hits,
t not necessarily first, but with the best musical ar
rangement, the best voices and the smoothest sur
POPULAR NOVEMBER SONGS
18613 Sahara (We'll Soon Be Dry Like You)..EIsio Walker (8Cc)
Nobody Knows (And Nobody Seems to Care
, . ':; -A :-'; Elso Walker
18612 Carolina Sunshine Sterling Trio (85c)
i0l!1, S,d G.,atu Charles Hart Elliot Shaw
18611 The Hand That Rocked My Cradle Rules My Heart
"--;--; John Steel (85c)
My Baby's Arms John Steel
18610 And Ho'd Say, Oo-La-La! Wec-Weo!....BUly Murray (85c)
,.., Hie . ,x, unco "ore American Quartet
18609 When Im Gene You'll Soon Forget.-Peerless Quartet (:
.vcuj.jhb yiuuw iane Henry Hurr-Frank Croxton
WANTED 7 newsboys at the Her
aid office, must be at least 11 years
old and willing to keep a route per
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
bachelors only. Wood furnished.
G. J. Nichols, 4th and Oak. Home
i evenings only. 28-2t
FOR SALE 320 acre ranch near
Tule Lake, and open range
Water on place, good location for
'icon, sin per acre cash. J. A
Herald Office. 28-12t
Balance, amount to bo
raised by district tax.... $23,000. 00
Tho amount of money to ho raised
by this special tax is moro than tho I
amount raised by special school ills-1
trict tax in tho year immediately pro
ceding this, plus six per cent. It Is
necessary to ralso this additional
amount by special levy for tho fol
Increased cost of all supplies and
Dated this 28th day of Octobor,
P. L. FOUNTAIN,
C. C. HOGUE,
C. H. UNDERWOOD,
MRS. NELLIE WATTENBURG,
Board of Directors School District
IDA B. MOMVER. Clerk.
SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING
FOR SALE 1 Jersey cow fresh Nov.
25th, 1 roan shorthorn bull 14
months old, 3 roan shorthorn' bull
calves. Seven Springs Ranch, Poe
Notice is hereby given to tho legal
voters of School District No. 1 of
Klamath County, Stato of Oregon,!
that a SPECIAL SCHOOL MEET-I
ING of said District will be hold at,
Central School on the 7th day of.
November, 1919, at 2 o'clock in tho
aftornoorir f or tho following objocts
Discussion of the budget for the
coining school year.
Dated this 28th day of October,
P. L. FOUNTAIN,
Chairman Board of Directors.
IDA B. MOMYER, Clerk.
18615 Waiting Medley Fox Trot..Joseph C. Smith Orchestra (85c)
Mammy o' Mine Medley One Step
.-, . ,. ': - - Joseph C. Smith Orchestra
18614 Mandy Medley Fox Trot. Selvins Novelty Orchestra (85c)
Novelty Ono Stop Selvins Novelty Orchestra
18608 Cohen at tho Picnic Part 1 Monroe Rllvor (85r.)
Cohen' at the Picnic Part 2 Monroe Silver (85c)
.Others besides the above list placed on sale on
the 1st. Shepherd Record Service is the best in South
ern Oregon best Record Equipment, Largest Stock,
most accommodating to your needs.
Note Owing to factoiy conditions, perfect
record service is impossible.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
One Business Only Music 507 Main Street
When You Seek
there is no more potent
agency of personal hygiene
No. 24 "Wearever"
Get the largest size for the
thorough efficiency that it
assures. Moulded - in - one
piece without seams. Easily
,and quickly filled. A com
panion piece to No. 40
Water Bottle. Comes with
extra large tubing.
SAFETY SAVING SATISFACTION
First of the Real Chilly Days Forcibly Impresses One of thc Mnn! .,
or Apparel for Comfort, So at this Time we Call Attention to M yAof
rivals in Beautiful
I Hrl 5 ?"! PI
m.1 1 v
Coats of Plush
Scores of beautiful new models, luxurious ml w
in practical typos admirably suited to tho 'oVi !innT
needs of present-day women. Serviceability i l
sized in the high quality of the fabriw aiul in thTa
oughness of the workmanship. L inor
$40.00, $50.00, $60.00 to $100.00
These Prices Are Specially Notable
When one considers the rich texture of the fur-liko n
terials employed. Several models are fur-lrimmccl 5i
have splendid quality fancy linings. a"
Notable Styles in New Evening Frock
Models In which thc seasons lat- ,,., A. i J.ry """'wily priced
.t Htylo Innovation! aro promlnunt- "l vn"M w Uuo. l m
ly fonturuil modolB that aro Irro- Dpnnrwlnkl n is
nlntlhly attractive to thono who up- "CpcnUnble Quality
proclato tho charm of youthfulnoBH FURS
and vivacity In tho fashlonlm; of np- Atrji.tiw-I.. i
parol. Tho fahrlra Inclutlo ovory , CUVCly pncej
wanted now Kail matorlal and ovory T,,!ii..!t J. "f Purhln fun
popular nhoilo. Mo.IoIh for all lypctt w, "l .'A. ? ' m'.,v" f"" lu or
of nKurea. "?.i ' M I t '","Ch ,lpo" ,h !"
rlty of tho dnnlor WMy W',,
Unn.nnl Full Frock ""cauito of tlur known iiujlltr .
unusual ran rrocKs orror mmiKh and nuckiueco SI '
Unusual hocauuo of tholr attract- .Mink, Mmton, Vox, llwrr
ivo and ill Koran t atylcH of omlmlllnh- i'ohmim, .Nutria nnd Wolf
inontH. Krock of Trlcotlno, of Fraiich --And tho prln-n wo nk In each In.
SorKO. l'anaina. Sntln, Ocontotto and ntaiico aro iioi.wor!l.y bccauio of
Children's Fur Sets
?.1.M) to fl2.yon
-Smart, t-ulu IIUlo Mn of French
C'onoy, Itacroon nnd Iceland Koi
that nttractivoly oniphanlio the
charm of yoiithf uinr.n.
Cropo do Chlno. Untmual too, ho
cm bo of tho oxtrmiudy mndorato
priced uHkoil. and tho vnrlnty of mod
uli thai makcd chnonInK hnru ii do
llKhtful occanlon. I'rlcon raitKo mod
erately 5 10.50, 92.1.00 to 970.00
All-Wool Flannel Middies $5.00 and $6.00
An ospoclally ttoslrnblo blono for warmth and nlco Htylo. Of all
wool navy bluo flnnnol with collnr, cuffH and pockot trimmed with
white braid-lacing cords of red. Slzoa 14 to 44.
finrmontfl that aro an nlmoluto
necessity to Insuro nlenplm; com
fort. Wo havo no mnny attract
Ivo Htylon In warm outliiB nr
ncntH for women and children
Women' (iowns 91.7.1 nnd 9-.00
Ono-plrco 1'ajiiina 9'J.no
Tivo-plcfo I'ajMiimt. 911,00
Children' OutiiiK I'lmmel (iohiih
Hpi'ilal 91. '25
Undorgarmonts that nre tho
cholro of thoso discriminating
women who appreciate tho Impor
tnnco of comfortablo UttliiR nuiil
itlcs. In ninny gradoa of knit
material flno cotton, ullkatocn
and merino nnd all-wool.
Union HultH 92-00 to 94.no
VrntH 91.00, 91.25, 91.W)
TighU fl.OO, 91.t!.1 to 92.no
Knit HklrtN 91.RO
Nights for Blankets
Find us splendidly praparcd to sorvo you.
prices are an incontlvo to thriftily inclined.
Of good grado staplo cotton
In grey or tan. Sizo 64x76
A vory good grado cotton
blankest in groy and pink plaid.
Sizo 66x80 Inches.
Of selected, puro carded cot
'ton with covorlng of pretty
Puro double-carded cotton
filling. Covering of beautiful
sllkollno in bluo with aolid
borders. Pull sizo.
Flno quality cotton blankotH
with a nlco wool flnlHh. In
pink, tan, bluo nnd gray plaids.
Sizo G0x70 Inches.
All-Wool Auto Robes
In Navajo Indian doslgn.
Vory heavy and wnrmth Insur
ing. Size G0x74 inches. Trices
910.00 nnd 912.no
Tho well-known "Wonrwoll"
make. Select cotton tilled
figured sllkollno covering In
pretty floral patterns.
22x28 In. Feather Filled
Ticking Covrrrd I'IIIown 92.00
This Season It Is Velvet
Chiffon velvet Ijuk that are
Important article of dress. la
taupe, brown. Iilno. grey nd
black. With velvet-covered or
particularly artltlc metal frame
and either rlmln or "lf material
handles. All nre richly orna
mented with chenille hallit or !
hoIm. I'ltioil with cliiingo purte
A Very Splendid SliMiIng of
Leather I'lirse and IIjir
fl.r0 up to $1-30
Gloves, Special $2.50
An extraordinary value ,po-
dally at tills time. Thcso verr
desirable i:roy Capo Olovcs are
tho wull-known Fowno raaie.
Hacks aro stitched In black. All
hIzoh 6 to 7Vj
gl'IUXG LAKB NEWS
No. 24 "Wcarovor"
AVo rcoonimenil No.
Hlzo No. 2, 92.00
IVIjATIAI n TAIJjS 'UiTEJUUn Wlvrr w
Cboyne Brothers flnlshod their
seasons threshing and brought tholr
machine home today.
Frank Stewart, Arthur Schrolnor
and Lester Schrelner roturnod home
today after finishing their work on
the Ashland road.
Mr. T. N. Case was looking after
telephono repairs In this district
Miss Hilda Chase apont Tuosday
night with Barbara Hunnlcutt.
Mr. and Mrs. I von Icenblce visit
ed the B. A. Schrolnor homo
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson spont tho
day with Mr. and Mrs. F. G, Wall
Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Schrolnor
spent Sunday with M . and Mrs.
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
BUES FOB CLOTHES
LOST" IN LAUNDHY
The suit of J. C. Gentry against
Frank Nakati and K. Kawaya went
on trial before a jury In Justice
Chapman's court this morning. De
fendants operato a laundry hero and
Gentry is suing for damages alleged
to have been Incurred through loss
of clothing entrusted to tho laundry.
The Jury consists of A, A, Mohaffy,
C, M. Itamsby, N. R. nond, Oscar
Peyton, D. H Lonox and M, O, Brltt.
Black Bear Mackinaws
and Stag Shirts
GUARANTEED ALL WOOL
Underwear, Union Suits
We are Headquarters for Hats, Caps and Gloves
N. B. DREW
Corner Sixth and Main