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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1920)
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THE EVENING HrlRALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
lb JT. MURRAY
I ritKD HOVLR
PaMlshed dally, except Sunday, by
8.IIrad Publishing Company pi
fttfmtfc rails, at 115 Foorth -Street
' Cntmd at the poitofflce at Klam-
rails. Ore., for transmission thro
alia, as second-claw matter.
III BED FOR SIX
Tnromn Man !! Hid f Nut Years
lltM-uiiMtlvm niter Tnnlar Hultds
Him l' Urgaln font Wright .
HiWcrlptton terms by mall to any
" rant in the united' states:
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OH HOBth .....i. .SO
Heather at the Associated Prrsa.
Tb Associated Press Is exclusively
mtttlad to the use for republication
' tat all news dispatches credited to It
m 'mot otherwise credited In this
and also local news pnoiisoM
ill rights of republication of spe-
dlsiatcbM herein are also re-
FRfDAY, JUXK II,
PERSONAL MENTION I
p " o
Mrs M A I'cck has purchased the
twelve room apartment Imiuw on llio
coruer or lltli mitt Main from Kg-
Mlm Auhrn Hrndbury returned
from Coruilll lart night M'ss llrad-i
bury Is a physical rulturo rtuttont at
the Oregon AKrlcullurul college. Bho
will spend her vacation with livr par
enls, Mr. and Mrs. It. !-, Hrmlbury,
on their farm near the Lout river di
Nettle and Emma l.amplot left
"After being laid up In bed with
rheumatism s long as six months at
a time and having the worst form of
stomach ttouble. Tanlac has made ' ttatet mo-rnlngc for un extended visit to
me wen ana i am so pieaseu wiw u Albany.
I Just don't know how to express lt."j Mr M, Mni u , ion, who
declares Henry Clark, of 1822 Kast hye bcen vUtnt horei r,,urn((, t0
Harrison Street. Tacotua. Wash., r- Mr ,0mc n A,hUm, ,hU lnornnj.
'' ( (i, o. Oliver, former pastor of the
-There was hardly a da) In nine Me,nod, church o( ,! city, who
jears." he said, "that I didn't suffer h bMn here , th ntcr, of the
the keenest pain In my legs, knees ,,00000 fund ,,rlxn for ,be Wam
or ankles, and lots of the time 1 1 .,,, iivr,.r. i.tt ,,n the morn-
could hardly get around at ll.,n(f tr,,n f()r Ashland where he will
Thec pains were so severe that I,c,rry on ,,, ,,., Mr. Oliver
Just rolled and tossed all night long much p),Mrd wUn ,h rrUU
and was unable to sleep. I got so ..,,, , ,.,... -,.,. , ihn
nervous the least little thing would . .
completely upset me. To add to my, Mr. . ,., nml .. ji.i.i.
misery my stomach began giving me thli morn, for .iunct.pn S,y.
trouble, and I had spells of Indigos-" wn,r ,hey , , ,,y ,hp
serious Illness of Mrs, Suttlo'n J
PORTLAND. June 11. Acreage of
principal spring sown crops as com
pared with a year ago, also condition!
on June 1. 1910, and June 1, 1919,
Tor Oregon, according to the U. S.
tmreau of crop estimates, F. L. Kent,
Oregon field agent, are as follews:
tlon that caused such suffering I
really didn't' now where I hurt the I
won... aii my icon soureu .no er- Mrg j Ton,klnil W(nt t0 Uoil .
mented. nothing 1 ate seemed to dl- u h mornlnR for n sllor, W
gest and I soon got to where I dread-. .,,. , , ..,.,. Iln.,0.i I
ed to eat on account of the suffering lhr0URh Mt clty on her ,ir to W.
It brought on I lost weight and was ,ftmm(,ltP vaII(,,. t0 vMt hpr chI,ren.
a a wcaKeneu. run-on ron- Mf owaril ,s psttor of tno nn,)tgt
1 slmpl) didn't know what to church at ukevlcw
ao- ' Mr. nnd Mrs A. C. Phillips left'
"After reading so much about ,,,,,, mornlnB fr E(,unml bny, ore-'
janiac i oecmeu to try it anu ine((50tl( wben) Mf ,,hps neco,,tcd
Condition ........ . 90.0 96.0
Acreage .. .... .... 95.0 93.0
Condition . .v 0'0 9i-
Acreage ... 101.0 SCO
Condition 92.0 98.0
Acteage .. 98.0 S8.0
Condition 91.0 92.0
first bottle made me feel like eating.
a position as track foreman.
could eat aj Mf LftUM Mnd,on and M Mol
After the second bottle
neany me.i ana enjoy u wunoui y Donaldson were passengers on the
fear of Its hurting me. As 1 kept onimnrtl, ,, , s,n p,nnri.rn
(where they will spend two weeks on I
Condition .. 9S.O 9S.0
. Condition 90.0 95.0
Acreage ..-. ....101.0 93.0
Condition 92.0 9.0
" Acreaga 102.0 102.0
Condition -V 96.0 95.0
1 Winter1 wheat The total United
States winter wheat crop Is estimated
at 504,000,000 bushels as compared
wHk the June 1, 1919. estimate of
3,000,009 bnshels. The Oregon
crop Is estimated at about 14,500,000
Itasttels. compared with an estimate
f 17,000,000 bushels one year ago
..Spring wheat The United States
' spring" wheat crop "is estimated at
277,000,000 bushels, compared with
the June 1, 1919 estimate of 343,.
DOd.OOO bushels. The Oregon crop
Is estimated at about 4,215,000 bush
els, compared with an estlmato of
4,843,000 bushels one year ago.
From the foregoing It will be ob
served that the total wheat 'produc
tion for the United States for 1920,
is estimated at 781,000,000 bushels,
as compared with the estimate of
Jane 1, 1919, of 941,000,000 bushels.
of one year ago.
jOats The Oregon oat acreage
shows a slight Increase over last year
bat the acreage for the U. 8. as a
whole Is reported at nearly five per
cant less than last year. The Oregon
crop Is estimated at about 12,260,000
bnshels, as compared with an est!-
York returned to his home
bar In Medford this morning Mr York
has been visiting here for the last
Mr K. K Simmons, who has len
visiting here with her daughter,1 Mrs
'.Harry Dwyer left for her homo nt
taking Tanlac my stomach trouble
entirely disappeared, and by the
time I finished the fourth bottle the
rheumatism was gone, too. I h
regained mv lot wVght and
strength and I feel ns well now m If
I had neter had a day's slcknes In
my life. I consider Tanlac the best
medlclnq In the world and I am so
delighted with what It has done for' jfrcinud Csl
me mat I am glad to recommend it. ( W- r Hort)i who ban bccn ncfe on
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls by business matters, returned to Weed
the Star Drug Co.. In Lorella by thesis morning.
James Merc Co.. and In Merrill by' Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Templer
the Southern Oregon Drug Co. AdT.anl, bbr wenl to 8an Francisco this
morning on a combined pleasure and
CMI.K CLl'Il MKMIlKitS WII.L business trip. .
HOLII lll MKKTI.Nti Sl'XIiAYi M- M- L- Vfddf! "" " Kf3o
j Boolhly; left for Dunsmulr on a
' A meeting and picnic of the boys 'P'ea,ure ,rl ,nl morning,
and girls of the KlamMh county! C' Anderson, highway engineer of
,Llp, nd bf calf clubs will b- lhe "n,t"1 8,,tM JePartment of -
h.i.t s,,n,tv .i ih hnm nf Pr.nk "culture, who nas Deen ncre inspect-
sexton, county club leader,
Merrill road. The picnic
arl 1 o'clock and Mr. Sexton Is asking
every club member to be present, and
to bring 'their parents aloncT
r, on the',nK ,ne new s,a,e b,i5hwn)B' return-1
will' atari l"' ,0 ''ort'anu' on lne niornlng train. I
tr. ii. iiowaru, represcntstne or
thc,C. C. Chick Cutlery company, of I
Da.iI.miI .a..... I an .,... .!. ,.,!
, (ctuiuu v tuut CU III1B
Howard, represcntsthe of
mate of 13,500,000 bushels one ycari Mt, Margaret Worden Is oxpected
ago. The U. S. oat crop Is placed at nom from Washburn college at To
1.31G.000.000 bushels In comoarlson Ppka- tomorrow night. She will bo
with 1.538,000.000 bushels ono year aompanlcd by her nunt. Mrs John J
, it liarReani, who win spcnn mo sum
Itye and barley-Doth show i'less.mer wlUl hcr "ler- Mr,, A M- Wof
acreage and a lower condition than "en; ..
... i Wrn. I nrUunn.l 1501 Rnrpi.nl
was Indicated one year ago both In' , , , ',,, , . , "
mwamssm la nslr.llalir III In IV.A VnB..n
Oregon and the United States. The ,."1,.,
t.n.M j..nn n. tl"A l.wn..l ,,UM OIa,. AIJihVUMD ll(,UUin,
lut.v v.w lui Atf.v ,a nn-i
' . !. . ,cr ,.,. , 'this mornfng, but It Is too early to
mated at 185,000,000 bushels com-! ..,..,..
m. m ..... .. .k. .n.. .-i . 1.K.....I .. iik 4i tnn nnn ft.. ..,., .. ,... .. w...w...v.
v, o. yi Lcyi u, iuv iuiui nuv.LuopTI'aTuij duu .u,vvv,vvv uubiii;(b ,uo
Hay Condition of the bay crbp
generally Is somewhat loner than
last year with the acreage about (he
same. Total hay production for the
United States Is placed at 112,000,.
000 tons. One year ago the estlmato
was 116,000,000 tons.
THE PICK OP THE P1CTPHEH
A NEW ONE UV'KRY DAY
' H. W. I'OOLE. Owner IIAJlltY IiOJU.L, Musical Director
- Charming Edith Roberts in
" THE TRIFLERS " .
Brownie, the Wonder Dog, in i
" DOG GONE CLEVER "
Oh Boy! Oh Man! Oh Lady! Lady!! One glimpse
of the simple life
"DOWN ON THE FARM"
ail you'll sub-let jour nucII upaitme.it, sell )our rmumlnn, trade'la,
your twelve ryllntler llmourlne for a threshing machine nnd krt
our self a farai like thli IK YOU CAN FIND ANOTHKH JUST
LIKE IT. And aa all-star Hennett nut to milk the cows and fix.nl
the chicken Tills is the Ufel
Coming Sunday Tom Mix in "DESERT LOVE"
MATINEE EVERY DAY
John McComb, son of D A. Mc
Comb, who was operated upon yes
terday for appendicitis at the War
ren Hunt hospital, Is resting as eas
ily as could be expected mil no fur
ther complications are looked for.
Mm. C I. Darnell underwont an
operation la-it night at the Warren I
Hunt hospital. Sho Is getting along,
Wl C. Tllalr of Chlloquln is seri
ously III In the Warcn Hunt hospital.
The condition a Earl Johnston,
who was operated on yesterday at i
the Warren Hunt hospital, Ib un
changed. Mr. Johnson It resting
as easily as can be expckled, i
Mrs. sromeroy, who Iuih been In a
critical condition at tlm Warren
Hunt hospital for tjio last three
weeks. Is somewhat improved and.
her complete recocry Is looked for
at an early date.
OREGON BREVITIES I
COIIVAI.MS, Juno 11. All tho
remains of John A, WIech that could
be found after an explosion at Alsea
Sunday were brought to Corvallls
this afternoon for .burial. Mr. WIech
was blasting rocks on soma county
road work when tho accident occurred.
SAI.EM, Juno 11. J, W. Fletcher, I
of the Arm of Ferguson & Fletcher
'of Klamath Falls, was, hum Monday j
conferring with Percy Cupper, stato'
engineer, with regard to approval of
the plans and specifications for tho
Klamath Falls Drainage district.
This district includes approximately
25,000 acres, and the expense of de
veloping the project is estimated at
jpi J Cl 'f?
A Sale of Coats and Suits
A GREAT portion of our stock of Coats and Suits is included in this suits which
will continue until the end of the month. Piices have been reduced very
considerably all the Suits being marked at half their former prices, and the
reductions on Coats ranging from 10 per cent to 50 per cent. You are urged,
however, to make your selections early for our stocks will be greatly depleted
before the sale is over.
Our rntlru c llectlnn of modish
Spring and Summer Sulla, former
ly priced from ISO 00 to 1120.00
We hare more than ttire, thou
sand patterns including the most
advanced stylo suggestions from
tl.u fashion world a sncmlngly
I'mllo" vnrlty for those who sow
at home to choose from.
AIIOt'T 3J atlracllTi)
Ueorgi-ltu Waists have
been carefully selr-ted
and rrprlcfd tor this evrnt
Thrrn are many lllouif of
While, and a uumbvr of
Nary, lllack, llelgr and
Flesh Home tiro plnln and
others are prettily trimmed
nltk beads, or cleverly em
broldrred ullh silk flo
Formerly priced up to
An attractive group of Coats In
cluding both the short styli'i fav.
ord for sports wrar. and tho
longer routs designed for utro-l
and etvnlng wrar have lrn
specially priced to make room far
ixpectfd new arrivals.
10 per cent to 50 per cent
jf n-w-f -pn-jari,..
t s lii'i t jT 1
C. i esr-AV?
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Mid-June Sale of Silks
EVERY yard of Silk has been reduced one-third
the attention 'of judicious buyers is directed to this
remarkable sale, which is to continue during the re
mainder of this month. You are urgently advised to
buy early, for our stock of Silks is bound to dwindle
OUR ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED ONE-THIRD
$11.50 Plaid Sports Silk , yd. $7.67
$11.50 Kumsi Kumsa Sports Silk : , ,'yj. $7.G7
$10.00 Kumsi Kumsa Sports Silk ,N yd, $6.67
$ 8.50 Pebblette Silk..... ;... ytj. $5.67
"S 7.50 Crepe Soleil yc. $5.00
$ 6.50 Baronette Satin ycj. $4.37
$ 4.50 Printed Georgette...' , yt. $3,00
$ 3.00 Georgette Crepe...., ycj. $2,00
$ 2.75 Crepe de Chene .-. )'..:. yd. $1.84
$ 3.50 Satin, all colors yd, $2.37
$ 3.00 Messaline, all colors ytj, $2.00
Special Sale of Ladies' Hosiery
700 pair of Silk Lisle Hosiery in Black, White, Gunmetal Grey and Cordov
an. These goods are slightly imperfect but at this price they represent
values impossible to duplicate under present conditions..! 39c pair