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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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That the Business Man and the
Professional Man of Klamath
Falls and County should not miss
Get your tract of ground for your summer home
and outing place to spend your vacation for yourself
and family on the beautiful "streams- Spring Creek
and Williamson River. It is but a two-hour drive
from Klamath Falls, and there is not a man who
would spend his time more pleasantly than to have
his family there for the summer months and he
joining them as often during the week as he could,
and always spending the week-end with them with
out interference with his business. Gentlemen, your
families, I feel sure, could find no pleasanter place
than this one perfect spot.
I cannot drive this point home one-half as strongly
as I would like to, I can see it and feel it as the fact's
are. and I admit the people cannot see it at this time
as I do.
There is but a small bit of this place and I feel that
you should have it. Yoiuwill certainly realize it in
the very near future arid if you do not take advantage
of this offer now, it is possible that you will never
again have the opportunity to be the owners and con
trollers of the most desirable place that Klamath
County has, and one of the most beautiful spots in
the world. There is but one Spring Creek.
I know if any other people in ine United Stat
had a stream and country surrounding it as beautiful
as this, it would be priceless, and could not be pur
chased at any- price. At least I am sure they would
not allow it to be controlled by outsiders to their
exclusion, which is a possibility. I have fought it
and have held this property intact for the past 10
years notwithstanding all offers to sell as a whole,,
and at a .handsome price, were refused.
These are the advantages you will have if you are
the owner of your own place.
When the summer' colony is sufficiently large
enough to justify, we can have cheap water-power
for electric lighting system. A water and irrigation
system can be had and all with small cost. Every
tent and every house can have these conveniences.
For our mutual protection we will keep the general
public off and in this way our fishing wijl be pre
served and each year with the proper management
and care the numbers will increase until it will afford
each and every member of the colony with the finest
sport on earth To do this I need your assistance and
you must have mine.
I think I have proven to you my sincerity in this
matter without question. As my every word has
been for you and you alone to buy this property.
You are the only ones that 1 have offered it to. I
cannot make you take it or buy it. All 1 can do is to
plead your own cause for you, trying in my small way
to cause you to see your own best interest.
There is not a person in our county but what can
purchase one of these tracts and scarcely miss the
There are 150 of them.
I now offer them to you at $150.00 each on tonus
of $25.00 down and $10.00 monthly payment plan.
No interest charged on deferred or monthly pay
ments. These tracts are worth twice to three time3
the amount asked of you for them. They are 40x1 10
feet, all fronting on the streams. A normal valuation
at least is $10.00 per foot for them. .Were this prop
erty within the same distance from San Francisco or
Los Angeles, Calif., or any other large city, you could
not purchase for $100 a foot. Is it not worth the.
price I ask of you? The response so far is encour
aging from my, first offering. I would suggest that
you interest your friends that you would like to'have
as your adjoining neighbor to get together and go up
with me or come to Spring Creek and pick out your
tracts together. This can be done while you are
there. I would have the surveyor go with us and
stake out the tracts on the spot.
I have no plat of this property as I do not intend
to cut into a townsite. Its description will be de
scribed by metes and bounds, etc. It is better to not
have it as a townsite. After this sale is closed, if it
has been a success, I will then have a plat made of
the property showing the lots and the buyers thereof.
This safe's proceeds will be every cent used in im
proving my property adjoining you. It will be your
benefit in every sense.
I promise you if this sale is a success, this money is
not all that will be expended upon Spring Creek.
After my return from the south I will then devote my
whole time and means in making Spring Creek one
of the most desirable and beautiful places that money
and the handiwork of man can do.
Call on Mr. T. B. Walters, 020 Main St., Klamath
Falls, Phone 27D-W and place your name on this
list of buyers and close up your deal. Or see mo
when in the Falls, write or call me over" phono, either
at Spring Creek or Chiloquin, Ore.
The quicker this wile is closed the bettor it will be
for you. These tracts cannot last long, and to be slue
that you are one of the few fortunates in on this deal
I advise early action. You have all the summer be
fore you to enioy upon your own plot if purchased
now. You will have its complete use for yourself
fi om date of purchase.
Come on Klamath Falls people, make this your
OWN right now. Get your tract, pay $25.00 down
and $10.00 per month you have something forever
for the sum of $150.00 that you will spend ifi one
season on a vacation and then have nothing to show
for it afterwards.
This sale will clcnc July 10th. After this date no
sales will be made of this property, unless for double
the prcie now asked.
Everyone seems interested in this property, so do
not delay in placing your order and getting in first
show. There.may be no moie shows if you hesitate
I cannot get to see everyone personally and put
this before you, I have tried to reach everyone by
placing it in our local paper and I would ask you to
do your part by calling up, writing or coming to the
office, G20 Main St., where you will be given every
particular desired upon the subject.
R. C. Spink, Owner
POSTOFFICJE, CHILOQUIN, OREGON.
T. B. WAITERS, SALES AGENT,
Office 720 Main St, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
AT THE CHURCHES
and High. Ror. S.
pastor, 727 Pine street.
No changes will be made Im this
ceiaai uolem the copy U at The
Ktealaz Herald office by a o'clock
Sunday "Ii.icl at U'.On A M.
Morning Worship at 11.00 A. M.
Kpworth League at 6:30 p. ra.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 p. nt. ,
All are cordially Invited to nil the
scrtlces at the Methodist Church.
The young people can do no better
Sacred Heart Churcn. corner 8th tban ,pend an nour wltn tno Leagu-J
Iter. Hugh J. Mar
and High ttrceta.
Children's mnss 8 o'clock.
Adult Mass 10:30.
Kvenlng service. 7 o'clock.)
The Christian Bclence Society of
Klamath Fall holds services at 113
-Fourth street every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening at 8. AH are welcome.
The subject of lesson for Sunday.
from b;30 to 7:30 p. in. each Sun
First Christian Church
Corner Ninth and Pine. C. F.
Trimble, pastor, 917 Pine, phone 475.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Sermon, 11 a. rn.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
Sermon, 8 p. m.
ler, ttio do's solo nav. pupcr, who ror mayor by n tote of "C to 28 I Taxation, It ndds, Im already
says In hM paper "It Is thought Four women were elected mcmberji reiehed Its unmoitt liarahln limit
tbo novelty of bu!:ir till l!rl (It) on of the city council ovrr lour men mill further burdens woul.T be tanta-
'record to be co :)"! I entirely ny 'candidate !' about the mine rein- mount to confiscation
women helped thorn to c'.'curu nuch llvo vote
,a complete victory" 'Ilio idlior
Emmanuel Ilantlst. Eletenth and municipality; for a ct'v ndmlnliitra-
"God. the Only Caue and Creator.", IIIgn strects. niblo school, 10 a. a.1 Hon -ompod entirely of von.Pi lma
The Sunday school session la from Prayer meetng Thursday, 8 p. m.!een sworn Into office ai a result of
';LW,r "Z.0 ?' r " Women'. Home and Foreign Mluloa- the election In May. Team In not a
leading library Is open from 2:30 to ry society meets first Thursday of f""n Jn'Jackson's city ImII
who wan, himself, a candidate, nc
jcepts the results v'thout repining
CHEYENNE, Wyo., June C A hul unW tl, w'"n"n surprised vui
woman mayor, Mrs. Ornco Miller, themselves tim '".
now rules In Jockson, the population I There was no unjs-nl ciimpalKn
center of the Jackson's Hole conn- '" n" ",ccInl '" al M:,l(,)' 1Pr
try which lone was famous r, met wa therq.,un .unusually heavy vote
('and fiction an the resort of outlaws. Mr8- Mllor defeated Fred Lovejoy
cattlo rustlers, horse thieve? .ind
other bad,men of the west thitt once
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time In the history, there ,1s not n
man In the city hall of un-American
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IIEIU.IN, May l'. (By Mall.)
Whatever may be the sfie of the In
demnity to be demanded from (!er
many by the entente, the newspaper
Qcnnanlu says (lermnny cannot pay
Tlin paper asserted there w.iit
dancer that Herman delegates to tho
conference at Hpn would li forced to
nlgn .undertakings uhlch they knew
could not lie carried out,
Twenty championship yacht rncos.
Including the Upton eup contest, lint
scheduled to be sailed at Marble
head, Muss,, this summer.
Jackson Is a diminutive city with
a population of not quit .'inn, I'er-
Lutheran. At 11 a. m. there will "al)g " otner section or th- United
he divine serviced at Library ha!l.8tn" is bo far isolated from thn
George E. Thoiss, pastor of Oraco ralroadi and from ell-ycir trnn
.Lutheran church In Kugeno vrlll'Tho noarcst railway station lis 7S
4: SO on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
First Baptist Church, comer Wash
ington and Elghta;
Sanday school at 10 a. ra.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Prayer Eur'f Vedn sday at 8 P. M. preach the sermon en: "The Hock of m"04 way and from N'ovemlior im
fSg'vX" Salvation." A cordial welcome to all. " May tho highly to .Mat station
work. I Is virtually Impassablo. Surrounded
B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening nt by tho high mountning In tho ranijo
:30 r a. I The little town of Werda, In the south of Yellowstono National Park.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to1 klnetlom of.Dihomey, Is celebrated the resldonts of .Tiu'tfcon make llttlo
ui iu nuvuu iiivoc Durviwvs
Cfat Prie)ivloTlon Ptttivfth am ai
Sixth and Pine streets, ncv. E. P upward of 1Q00 serpents of all sizes.
Pho'nrr429?'D'8ter' ' " rd 8trCet'i To P"vent thieves from getting at
Morning worship 11 a. m, Rev. the money vaults by the tunneling
.Paul Daltx, a missionary from the 'method, tho foundation of Jho strong
PhlllDDlne Island will sneak. rn of the Bank of England ex
Evening service, 8 p. m. Union tenia lr "Ifty-alx feet below the
errfe.4 Rer: Paul Dalt will give ai,ovel ot tne treet.
terMBUeoB lecture on his work at MInor ,eaguo u player), oontnuo
the Sllllmaa iawtltrte at Ouemagette, t0 Jump tor the nrurlal baseball
FfclHaalae Jtlaadf. leagues. The player asy they rer
celve more money from the shop
league tban (bey do in organised
IfeUodWt SBtacotal Caarek, Teatb , baseball.
for Its templo of Bcrpcnts, a long or no attempt to tnvel during the
i building in which tho priest keep winter nonths
It wrs In JackjtiVc Hole that the
bed men made "i:lr last stand
Sunday seheel at 10 a.
against the advancing wave c? clvlll-
ration 30 or 40 yenrt ago. Thore
they- flocked after stealing cattle or!
1 horses or other robberies or hold-ups
and banded thprfelve ,togoth' fur i
Today Jacksop. ifvi'f, tin surrend
ered to .be femlal'sj.-movemont and
md clean aweer ofevory nolo
ocekol',er.'jJ'Th' only -explanation
thus far given for tin overturn
cornea 'from the editor of The Cour-
Moiidale Theatre -- where everybody coes
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE 6TH AND 7TH
The Picture you have been waiting to tee. The big event in pictures.
WILLIAM FARNUM in REX BEACH'S greatest success '
' THE SPOILERS "
The greatest Story ever told on the screen. The Picture that made
l Also Mack Sennett's Big Comedy
" THE FOOLISH AGE "
AND PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE SAMUELS & DAVIS
in, a complete new act entitled "ME AND MAW" A sure cure for the bluet
DORTHY FAY at the Piano in a big Surprise Musical Offering'
Continuous Show Sunday Beginning 1 :30 P. M. till 11 P. M.
PATRONIZE HOME THEATERS. KEEP KLAMATH MONEY IN '