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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, ORECOM
THURSDAY; fVVt IS, If
,, Calvin Coolidge
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Karl Hhepliord for Record, 16-17
OOUNTV TKKAHimKK'H KOTICK
Notlcn In hereby glron that llioro
nru funili In tliu county treasury for
tho redemption of Klamath County
General Kuml warrants, protested on
or before Oct ID, 19 13,
Interest on Urn tiuno will cease
fiom till (late.
Ijated in Klnmiitli Fnlla, Oregon,
(hln IMIi ilny of July, A. I)., l'J20,
(I. K. VAN RIPHIt,
1&-1I0 County Treasurer
WANTICD Pnrty to cut iiiid"stnrk
fiOO tons of meadow liny, nenr Port
Klnmiitli, On shares or for rnnh
Address or iiIioiki Fort Klnninth
Meadow Co., Fort KlnmiiUi, Oro
MJY 10 ACRES of good mint Inml.
Ton per runt down ami Imlnurn $2
kr month, Heo I,, Jambs, USS Xliiln
Hty Kin ninth Falls, H.-lf
FOR KAI.i; 1017 Hulck il, good
rlmt.M', rord tlnn on renr, 1 eitrn.
f950 cnnlt or terms, inquire Cluh
'nfo after 6 p. in. 16-20
FOR HAI.i: Thrin Onn llhodn Inland
Red laying hens. Cull 51 Main Ht.
iipalnlrs, utter 6 p, in,
KOIt HAI.1- 3 stores; nil piiylng,
business. Your choice, Hnnp to
right limn Heo IQQK Mnln Ht. 15.17
TEN ACRF-H of mint land will keep
ii fumlly In good comfortable llv-(
Inc. Ten per cent down mid 12. (IU
l r mimlli. Heo I.. Jacobs, C22 Main
ht., Klnmiitli Fulls. '-tf
KOIt BALE -Just received enr Innd
of milt ensea iiml bugs. Our prion
lilu rlKht. Kin 100 Mnln Ht.
WANTED Woman for gcnerul
housework. 3 In fumlly, no small'
ihlldreti. Address It 'J Wushlngtoii.
IOHT 12 boiea of Klcnnwrlto typo,
writer curium (bent on tlm murkel
today) on Green HprlnK Mountain
rond or Purine highway. Reward
tor return to George J. Kuna
innn Printline Co.. lUnlera, Medford,
Oregon. $3 uO will bring ou trlul
box of 100 shseUi, worth 15.00.
A chance to auvo money on your
truniifir work. Phnni) 20MI or mil
Hin Hurr.tit Ave. ir,-2i
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We are now located in our new store, opposite
our old ouarters on Main street, and are enabled,
through the acquisition of more and better counter
and display space, to handle our consistently increas
ing business with still better satisfaction to our pa
trons. We shall be pleased to meet all our old friends
in our new store, and feel sure that our improved
opportunities for service will help us retain these old
friends, and, win for us many new ones. We thank
you for the patronage you have extended to us and
assure you that we shall endeavor to merit its con
Klamath Variety Store
5, 10, 15 and 25c Store
Successors to L. M. Martin
ILIPTON WINS FIRSt
I RACE OF SERIES
CALVIN COOLIDGE AND HIS FAMILY
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TKX ACIIM of mint Innd will hrlnc
nrr ITi.000 a )ir rtum. Ten
fn-r cent down and balnncn $2.00 per
month. H I.. Jucoba, G22 Main Ht. '
JCIamath Kalla. &-tf
KOIt 8AI.: I.iidwli: piano, malny;
any canv, 1300; Wlnrhrater pump'
nun, 20 KUUK HO; violin, ca In
atrurtlon hook and mnalc rack, $40.
r.4 Mnln. Phono loait, Ifj ,
KOIt RAI.K 5 heavy mllkliiK cowa, !
milk route aelllnK 60 quart imt '
clay. Can uially tin nuulo to yield
$300 per month, aopnrator nnd hot
Ilea: 4 cholc holfur rnlvoa Mra.
(Ilnil)n Peel, Vino Street, Mill Add ,
phono 400W. lfl-lti ,
roil BAI.K Mitchell alx cylinder,1
f 1 1 lift. Would conaliler Konl na
tmrt nnvmint. Klrat hi , neiween .
lllKh and Pine.
KOIt BAM- .Three, room liouao
huth nnd alceplnic porch, completie
ly furnlahed, wicker and mahogany
furniture. Klrat St., butween HIkIi
and Pine. i"
Ono of Die latct picture of Governor Cnlvtn r. ijj of v un.i.
chuitito nti'i hla family taken a abort time befoir nit aoiniiiHiiiu'fur
lut Prune tu at l.n Itepubllc'aa Natlut.nl Couientiurf ,a C.lCAu.
CALVIN COOLIDGE'S CAREEH
1STO Horn on a farm at Plymouth Cnlou, Vt.
Aiiendod dlitrlct achoot and prepared for college at DUck
ftlvr Acadmy. Ludlow, Vt.
IKH1 Entered Amhrat Colleg (MaaaachuKita), trom
wblcb hf vna graduated In 1895.
Admitted to bar and becan practice of law In Northampton,
Miia., bla preaonl homo.
1904 Married Mlas Oraeo Ooodhuo, of nurllncton, Vt.
Governor and Mra. Coolldca bavo two iionfr Calvin, Jr., and
1907-8 Member of the Masaachusotta home of rcprtica
tBtlrea, 1HC0-10 Mayor of Kortbnmpton.
1 B I S-IB Member of tbn .Mneaachuaetta atate acnato.
lfl'l Llotmiiant Koiernor of Maawcbuaotta.
I'Jlt Elected Kovurnor of Maaaacbutctta.
niii nettled thrt ronton police, iitrlko und wta rc-clcctcd
Botcrnor on a law and order platform. '
1920, Juno 12 Nomlnatod at Cblcaso to be Vice President
of the United 8tatea.
TOH HUNT New atom room, cor.
iil, mill KlittiiHtli Ae. n&llOK, J.
T. Ward & Co.. 834 Mnln. lB-tf
iiKiii wiNi: piticix
llKAI.DHIH'ltd, Cal., July 15..
Whiit la helleed to hu tho lilithrat
prlco overpaid In Cnllfornln wnn oh-
Inlncd by Jnmoa Cummlxkey of thla
city recently for 40,000 Knlln of
"iSfO1' vlntnre. which aold for' 7G
Jronta h rnllon. Horetoforu the hlnh-
eat prlco palil In tlila locality which
wa noted, hoforo tho dny (if prohibit
tlon, for Its fnmoiia wine, linn been
fifi cent i Knllon to tho miinufnc-
A Clniainnd Ad will tell It.
Soothing quietude for its
MAItSIIKIKM), July 15. Two of
Coo county'a oldcat ploneera, Mra.
Henry lllnck of CntchlnK Inlu't and
William Turpen of North llend, died
OREGON BREVITIES I I In tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto of I
-".Orrcon. for tne County or niamain.
Irene V. Alexnnder. Plaintiff, va.
Jehn Thomaa Alexander. Defendant
To John Tbomaa Alexander, Defend-
nnt. v -
In tho name of tho Stnto of Oregen:
I You are hereby required to appear
and nnawer tho complaint filed
agolnat you In the nbovo entitled suit ;
ion or before tho fifth dny of August.,
1920. that bchiR tho expiration ot the
six weeks publication of this sum
mons as prescribed by the order for
publication thervof. mndo by the
court, and It you fall so to answer,
tho plaintiff will take a default and
docroo against you dissolving the
bonds ot matrimony existing botwoen
tho plaintiff nnd yourself, and also
such other and further relief. Includ
ing nltmony, na to tho Court may
seem Just and cUltabto.
This summons In published by or
der of Hon, D. V. Kuykciulnll. JuiIro
Tho aviators ( (no i"(fl numeii conn, uuiy inuuc
i .. i,.. .' '"o S3ril day ot Jiimn 1920.
1)0 UROIC8H to I rp., ,,.'. ., fiV .inlillmtlmi
IIOSKDUIUI, July 1C According
to Informntlou roeelved hero tho loca
tion of tho forest patrol piano that
wns forced to luud In tho Umpiiun
nntionnl forest, was fcund to bu near
Terror mountnln. ' Forest Supervisor
Hnmsdoll, accompnnled by Cadet
lleyer und Observer Davis returned to
the scono of tho InndluK yesterday.
After ntriklnK tho ground tho mil
chlno ran for nhout 10 yards and
then turned over,
mnlutnln Hint It will
nttempt to got tho plnno out and hereof Id Juuo 23," 1930;
1 II. .MILLS.
Attorney for Plnlntiff,
Klumath Falls, Oro.
ndvlso Hint tho instruments and other
iviilunblo purls hu removed nnd pneked
Is ono of any hospltnl's bluRest nsdets out of tho mountains. It Is estimated Jjno 23-T0-7-H-2X-2S-4
and. tho loratiiin of this hospital t"t to P'"u " 17.00U ami mo
mukPH It csiieelully dcslruhlo from 1 forestry oinciuis win prouauiy ur
tluit viewpoint. Only nbiindiintly
rnpiiblo graduated nurses nro em
ployed, nnd thlH fact, lidded to our
unounlluil Hlnff of physlclnnH und
r.niKo to salvage It.
NOTICE TO CltKDITOIlS
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned have been duly appointed
In tho County Court of tho Stnto Administrators ot tho Estato of
excellent hospital equipment Insuroi uth
of Oregon, for tho County of Klnm- Ooorge T. Baldwin, doceased, by the
our patients unsurpusaed servico, '
im. K. I). JOHNSON ,
IIH. 0. II. MBWIYMAN
DR. T. O. CAMPBELL
un. qEOiiaia 1. wniaiiT
1)11. E. p. LAMIl
UIl. H. D. LLOYli BTBVAnT
County Court of the State ot Oregon
In Ihn Mnllnr nf II... I.VIn!.. nf T.nvl for the COUIlty Of Klamttth. tUd all
F. Wlllita, deceased, 'persons having claims against said
Notice is hereby given that tho,g'"?J TtMlfL V?lt
undenlknod on the 21at dny 9t June, aSminuVri ?? ihi . nSSlrin
1020. fllod In the above entitled JL,J i?Sli S xfJSih SKta
Court. and mutter her final account,.""."0 iw- !LJ2?,,,iHi.iISb
months after the date ot thla notice.
Dated Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Juno 23, 1910.
WILL W. BALDWIN,
J. A. GORDON, '
Administrators of the Estate ot
" George T. Baldwin, deeeaasd.
A Clastlflsd Ad wUl asU R.
nnil tnat Saturday, tho 24th day ot
July, 1920, at .2 o'clock p. m In the
courtroom of too above entitled court,
bus been fixed, as the time and place
where the court win hear objections
thereto and settle the same, and ap
prova.pr Mjecsald acceunt:
Daleathls list day ot June, 1920.
LAURA1 A. W1LLIT8.
Administratrix ot aald Bstatt.
(Continued from page 1)
cidvd on the basis of the best two out
of three races. From 1893 to tho
Inst rare In 1903 the agreement was
for tho beat three out of five races.
On only three occail6ns has ono of
tho competing yachts for the Amer
ica's cup fulled to finish. In the laat
ruco of tho 189S contest, Valkyrlo III
withdrew Immediately after crossing
the sinning line. On October 17,
1899, Shamrock lout her topmast and
withdrew In tho second race ot that
year und on September 3, 1903,
Shamrock III did not finish In the
final race of the aeries as aho was
already Irvulen and hud nothing to
gain by continuing.
Just once In tho history of tho cup
racea has a competing yucht been dis
qualified. This was in the second
rnco of the series of 1895 when Lord
Dunraven'a Valkyrie III was disqual
ified for fouling Defender. -r r
The fattest time ever made In a
race for the America's cup Is credited
to the old schooner Columbia. On
October 18, 1S71, the day beforo sho
was defeated by Livonia, sho sailed
20 mllles leeward and windward 40
miles In all In 3 hours, 1 minute and
33 seconds. It must not bo Inferred,
however, thut the Columbia was the
fastest yacht thqt ever sailed for the
cup. There is no method of deter-1
mining tho relative apeed of two or
more boats other than by the results
of a race In which they sail together.
When Columbia made tho fast time
referred to undoubtedly tho condi
tions of wind, weather and sea were
Tho fattest time ever mado on a
1.1 mile course, straight uway and
rut urn, 30 miles In alt. Is credited to
the defender Vigilant. In a rnco on
October 13, 1893, sho covered the
course In 3 hours, 21 minutes nnd 29
Tho fastest tlmo In a trlnngular
rnco for the cup was mailo by Colum
bia on October 3, 1891, tho tlmo for
tho distance, 30 miles, being 3:30:18.
In tho first thrco contests for the
cup the challenging boats were
Bchooners nnd tlie defenders for tho
second and third also were schooners.
In nil other contests, howover. tho
yachts huvo been sloops or cutters.
Tho smallest challenger 111 tho his
tory of tho cup raco was Atlanta,
which wns built nt llellvlllo. Ontario,
Can., In 1881. Sho measured C4 foot
on tho water lino and was tho first
sloop to ttppv'ur In a contest.
Tho first yacht over built especially
to defend the trophy was Pocuuontos.
This was In 1SS1. Prior to that year
tho Now York Yacht club had select
ed from Its fleet the yacht considered
to bo best suited for tho purpose
Pocahontas did not come up to expec
tations nnd wns rojectcd In favor of
Mischief, one of the finest sloops of
tho fleet. Since that year, however,
now defouders liavo boon built for
There wero two candidates for tho
honor ot defending tho cup in 1885,
two in 1880 and four in 1893, and In
every contest, excepting one, sluco
tho race between Atlanta and Mis
chief tho cup has been defended by a
yacht built for that particular race,
Tho one exception was in 1901 when
Constitution built for the raco ot that
year was discarded In favor ot Colum
bia whlob. successfully defended the
trophy In 1899.,
George Ofllcld was a county seat
visitor yesterday, when he camo in
Jako Stclgcr la in town today from
bis father's lumber camp.
Miaa Clara Calkins Is visiting
friends In the country today.
Dr. C. K. Wheeler, who practiced
tiofA ia aat'Art.1 VMnsa fat III nrA
from his ranch near Merrill to at-i., ... . . ' , . ...
tend to business at the court house. Mn T "V.u" 7". . , m
W. W. Matten. who ha. Interest. imornln ''California to bring he
In Poo Valley Is a visitor here from ' do1cl0,r h" or Mled camping
his home In California. Ilrt" ln tho " that hl hcaUh m'
Mrs. A. F. McKenxle and Miss Ruth
Rocky Point, where he will spend n nixon arrived last night from Marsh
few days. ,1,1 t0 Vgt wln thcf agtcr Mri,
Mrs. J. E. Uratton and Mrs. Clar- CSarlca Loomls, and with their par
0 E. Worden will leave tomorrow ""' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dixon, who
nave a rancn near ncre. .miss uixon
Is a graduate ot tho Klamath county
high school, and has a host of friends
in this city.
for tho Otey ranch near Dorrls to
sjiend two or three days.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Loftsgaard. of
Algoma, aro tho happy parents ot a
baby boy, born this morning at the 4-
warren Hunt hospital. I
It may be of Interest to friends of( Hereafter the Herald will publish
Sam Ionard, who was employed by ( tho mean and maximum tempera
the Baldwin Hardware company forxures and precipitation record as tak
some time, to learn that his mother, en by tho U. S. Reclamation sorvlce
who has .been seriously 111 at her station. .Publication will cover the
borne In Mcdford, 'is slowly recover- day previous to the paper's Issue, us.
Ing. 'to S o'clock ot that day,
Mrs. Ira Johnion, an old resident
of this city, arrived laat night from
Oak Innd, California, to look after
property In this county. Mrs. John
son was wonderfully pleased with
Ruth Lindsay has accepted a potl- July
tlon with tho First National bank. (July
tho signs Tt urogresa found e-vefy'juiy
wnere in me cuy. sue is lutJicu m
Illinois at the present time.
Alfred Collier nnd George Steven-
sou drove to Lakovlcw Tuesday to
attend to matters ot business in Lake jujy j3-m 04
county. They returned yesterday-. ijuljr n
A ClsasiMd Ad wlU sell it.
" 1 r
You cannot hit a high mark of
success with your eyes shut
Take careful aim. .Be indus
trious, saving, and make week
ly deposits with the First State
& Savings Bank!
4 Interest Paid on Savings
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Klamath Falls. Oregon