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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
FRIDAV, APRIL 30, 1
WE ARE NOW OPEN and READY (or BUSINESS
White Pelican Garage
Everything for the Automobile
find only three with every battalion,
ulmoHt 000 mun. During the ro-
i trout of Hid Kulctink urmy, a 2,000-
j mllo retirement, tluty were driven
hoforo imichlnu guns lmt seldom bo-
font rlll tiro, (leneral HakharofT,
'tho All-Ilusnian war minister anil
chief of stuff, lio nit Icl , "lout tho army
nl Omsk without aUlghl."
NEW YOIIK, Apr. 30. How nn
army of 80,000 Kolctmk troop i
"molted away'' by desertion to the
nolnhovlkl, following a spcocli rondo
to prisoners of war by Loon Trottky,
TOMtlBTONH, Aril., April 30. A
'prospector's curloUfl sense of humor
I wiim roHpoiiHlblo for tho naming of
In Omsk,' 8lbirlu, two das after that ''" '" which recently ha gotten
city's ovacuatlon by thu All-Uusslan lnt lllu no"" dispatches bocauBO of
forces, was told hero today by Major . th UM deporti-tlon trial being
(lonoral I. Thord-Oray, a former of- bold boro. i
Ucor of the IlrltlHh. Canadian nnd According to James F. Duncan.
Mll-IlUBHlan armies Just returned who came horo In 1?"9, tho town
merely a pile of unevenly ghnped
Trotzky, ho uald, addressing tho
prlaonern h "comradea," aald thtjy
would bo welcomed by thu red army
If thoy cured to Join. Captive offi
cers, be aald, who wanted to return
to Kolcbnk would be given Hiifo ch
id rt and 2,000 trublca each. A num
ber of thu prlHonerH accepted the of
fer and, returning to their own lined.
wax founded In that year by Kd
Srhloftnlln, n mining prospector.
Srhleffelln called tils mine near the
alto of tho proscnt courthouse
"Tombstone mine," Duncan aald, be
cause tho region wiih full of drab
rocks that reaomblcd tombatonca.
Tradition lina It, that Schlerfelln'a
frlenda frequently milled blm for his
faith In tho locality, ami told him1
DKEIt LOIH3I', Mont., Apr. 30.
Governor Sam V. Stewart, with Mrs
Stewart were gucats of honor ro
contly at the opening performance at
tbe"'Houao of Forget," tho recently
eatubllshod theater In tho Montana
Warden Frunk Conley Is rcsponsi-
blc, (n a large way, for tho theater,
at which not only amateur perforro
ancca will bo given, but whero pro
feaalonala will appear. The theater
la part of a program which ho la
working out to mako the Deer Lodge
working out to make tho Deer Lodge
prison a model penal Inatltutlon.
TOI'EKA, Kan., Apr. 30. Wheth
er the legal supervision of a guar
dlan-nt-law over an Indian la sup
posed to Include the lattor'a matri
monial venture, muat be decided by
the Kutiaaa aupreme court In the ha
beas corpua proceeding brought by
Carl J. O'Hornett of Henrietta, Okla.,
to recover the custodianship of Jack-
aon Harnett, 70, of Henrietta, Okla.,
a Creek Indian. Harnett, known as
tho richest Indian In the world,"
owns oil lands, valued at more than
Under moat romantic clrcum
atanci'B, Harnett laat February eloped
and waa married to a young white
woman, Mra. Anna Laura Lowe, at
Coffoyvllle, Kan. O'Hornett chargca
that tho old Indian's bride Is "an
adventuress of the moat pronounced
type," and that Bhe "kidnapped" Bar
nett becauae of his wealth-
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo handle tho beet In our line,
such aa Motorcycles, Bicycles,
Parts and Accessories, Goodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tiros
and Tubes. Tho houae of tho
two and thrco wheelers, Includ
ing Hariey-Davidson Service. '
O. E. BISMARK
115 8. Mb St. Klamath Fall
Loomls Bldg., Klamath Fall
Wo open store every Tuesday and
rriaay rrom io:oo a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are the good things we can
show, A dollar saved la a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip if you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St.
UL'CII ISl'ILDING, T.H.
. . ...... n. .-I I....1 .1 tt.t.l.,.. !, Iw. .,,...1.1 (1,1.1
lOlll WniH i roiiny IIIUI uuilU. tviiuill , nun "" ituum m iummiuuui
two weeks, rionoral Tbord-Gray said, hero. After the prospector had mndOj
Kolbhak had practically no army and hla fortuno hero, In goodnntured
n fow months later wiih executed. Irony-bo la aald to have named tho'
General Thord-Oray went to 81- town uftor tho fato that bad been
li.irlA with u ftmailiiiri iiliQilltlon tirotllctud' for lllllli I
and wna taken prisoner by the Hoi-, Rchluffelln was found iloaii In a
nbeylkl when they captured Vludlv6- log tabid In Iho atnto qf Washington
stock, llcfore leaving, IWo attempts, May l2, ISO". According to his
ho said, were innllo to assassinate wlahf, Ills body was brought back
him. to hla 'tombatono" and burled nenr
Toward the last, ho aald, tho Ilol- boro.' Ilia pick-ax and other tools
kthoVlkl troops showed better morale were burled with him. Abovo the
HONOLULU, T. H., Apr. 13. (By
Mall.) During the year 1919 there
wore 792 dwellings and 11? business
structures put up In Honolulu at a
cost of $4,4 10,015, according to tho
building inspector'; . figures, Just
than Kolchuk'H men. They also had
one machine gun for every 20 men,
he Mid, whereas tho Kolchak army
gntvo hla frlenda erected a simple
monument, fashioned after the rude
manner of n prospector's claim stake
SEWARD, Alaska, Apr. . (By
Mall.) N'cwb of the death by freez
ing of Dick Fullerton, pioneer of the
Kluuno Lake district in Southwest
ern Yukon Territory, has Just reach
ed Seward. Fullerton's body was
found on the shore of the lake by
Tom Dixon, a rancher,
American league pitchers wilt have
to go some to stop Detroit's heavy
hlttlng outfield. Iiat season Ave of
Jennings' gardeners bit for .31. for
bo .lowest to 3S4 for Cobb, the
n -t rr
HOUSTON OPERA HOUSE
Saturday, May 1
Under the auspices of the
Klamath Falls Boxing" Commission
Rounds of High Class
DOORS OPEN AT 7:00 P. M.
C. C. liRO'VKR
Republican candldato for nomination
District Attorney, Klamatn county.
May 21, 1920. ''Preservation of
.Rights; Prevention of Wrongs."
It Ib believed by the Moslems that
at tho Judgment day painters will be
required to furnish with souls all
representations of human beings
which they have made. Falling Inl
this ordeal, they wilt lose their own
souls as a forfeit for their presump
tlous Imitation of the work of the
Whisky, which five hundred years
ago was used chiefly as a medicine",
was originally manufactured exclus
ively in Scotland, the term being con-'
lined to tho liquors distilled In the
Highlands from barley.
327 MAIN STREET
announces his candidacy for tho re
publican nomination as sheriff of
Klamath county. If elected I will
always remember that I am your ser
vant, not your master. Adv.
flu. folt&Wlntt lands, mostly graz
ing In character, are offered for
quick sale at low price, invum
ownorship of grazing lands has be
come a necessity. With proper care
tho native graE3es soon return and
flourish Select irom mis urn euvu
lands as adjoin you, or that you can
use. You can uuy mem iur ;imc
... t.nn Mm met nf hnmnstcuilinK.
I1IUIV n.. .w .w -- - "!... .
SU of NEVi and E'A Of Sfcft Ol
Sec. 10-40-12 B. W. M.
NWtf; NEW of NEtf. S Ot
NEU of Soc. 16-40-12 E. W. M.
EV4 of SWU of Sec. 20, BS of
NWtt of Sec. 29, oil In 39 S., R. 8
E. W. M.
T r,l. 3 unit 7 nf SM. 12 (eXCODt 50
tt ntt iVib north sldfi of said Let 7)
and Lot 1 Of Soc. 13-38-8 k. w. m.
EH of NE4 of Sec. 7. v oi
NWtt of Sec. 8-39-11 E. W. M.
ewti nf SEW of Sec. 27: NW14
of NEVi of Sec. 34-38-9 E. W. M.
NW'4 of Sec. 17-36-l!i k. w. m.
NW of Sec. 19. 36-15 E. W. M.
SW of Sec. 16, 41 S. 13 E.
W of NEK and SEVi of NEU
of Sec. 16-40-9 E. W. M.
SEV4 of SW of K'c. 20; N4 of
NWVi and NW'4 of NE'4 of Sec.
29, all in 40-8.
irru of th NWU. N"4 of the
SW4 of Sec. 3, 38-13 E. W. M.
Wii of the SE"4 or sec is-u-s
E. W. M. (land only) N of the
NE4 ot Se'c. 30-40-8 B. W. M.
SW of the N'EU, Sec. 34-38-10
E. W. M.
NW'4; NEV4 of NE"4.nd S'A of
NEV4 of Sec. 16-40-12 E. W. M.
NWV4 ot NWVi of Soc. 10-41-li
E. tt M.
NW'4 of Soc. 16-40-13 E. W. M.
SEV4 of tho NWU and lots 1 and
2, Sec 18-40-13 E. W, M.
SV6 of NVf, of Sec 21-33-S E.
NWVi of SWVi of Sec. 2I-3S-9
E. W. M.
SEVi of Sec 27-36-13 E. W. M.
For information seo or write the
undersigned. DO IT NOW!
CHILCOTE & SMITH,
27-1 Klamath Falls, Oregon.
W. E. McABOY
Builds anything in tliti cabinet
line, Doors, Screens, etc.
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
J. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 617 Main Bt,
Pbenea: Office 160, Rea. 1923
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
PHONE 8M 4 ,
y ' --"
Dr. P. ML Noel
f Orer Cnderwood'a
'Seventh and Mai Street
tXiJJU'U'Mnnr'r-l'i'i' !! t
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine Sts.
In Warren Hnnt Hospital
Oft. Phone 497 Res. Phone 86M
We Do All Klada of Spriag Repair
lng New One Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 209-T 017 Klamath Ave.
M. J. Tvtonicy, Manager
Phono Matu 70
Whon in neod of loggers or any
kind of help wrlto, wiro or phono
KeildliiK's LoadliiK Agency
729 Main 8t.
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drinks,
Peel and Illlllanls
Darbor Shop in Connection
"Courtesy and Service"
A Herald Want Ail will sell It.
Dr. Maud Ingcrsoll Hnwlcy
First National Dank Building
Entrance, Room 5
ARTHUR R. WILSON
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION!
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m at
tho City Hall in Klamath Falls, on
tho second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are In
Those desiring to loin the Post
may secure 'application blanks from
O. K. Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
T. H. Carnahan, all ot Klamath tram
FRBD NICHOLSON, Secretary
DR. C. A. RAMBO
L O. O. P. Building
Now Open for
Mra. Rosa McDaaiela,
301 High St Phone 455
Office Rhone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones 17W Rooms 1 and 2
17R White Building
420 Main St. (New Bldg. Later)
DR. A. A. SOULE,
420 Main 1909. Main
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
THVSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building
.U Phone 200
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone 6.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN BUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, BO
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Designers and builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals, and reports made.
Dredging. We' contract to build'
any class of a building and Install
machinery of any kind.,.
Drafting ot any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 14W
Office in K. D. Building
I am now prepared to furnUh
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
sand and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No'. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O, O. F. hall, 5th ami Mntn streets.
Hyman Weschlor, N. O.; W. C. Wells,
Secretary: W. D. Cofor, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O
0. F., meets Tuesday night ot each;
wook ut 1. O. O. F, ball. W. H. North,
C P.; W. D. Cofor. Scribe; Frod
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
h "Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Confer