The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, July 26, 1920, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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LEADING CLOTHIERS and HATTERS
Sid Evans, who ha been In Chlco,
California, on a visit, returned to hit
home here last night.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Keller and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Schallock lett this
morning for Diamond lake for a ten
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The Welti Fargo Express company
moTed yesterday to their new loca
tion on South Fourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. John Enderi and days' tour of that section,
friends spent yesterday at the Lake Glen Deals, who has been attend
'o-the-Woods picnicking ling the Elks conrentlon for the last
Kos. Llndacy. of Alberta. William ! 'w lr. n returned home and re
Gibson, of Salem, and W. D. Ross. an.Prt Ane time,
employee of the Southern Pacific, B. H. Nelson and wife were at
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Point for the week-end.
K. J. Mayer, accompanied Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cofer and
Mrs. Mayer to the picnic giren byiramu? were -victor yesterday at
the Christian church yesterday .on rtocky Point. -
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speat yesterday la Keno fishing,
They returned with many fish.
Mr nnit Ifra P. flimAt nf Sjiftt.
I. .n.i r,-,.. .i4.ni. mi.,.!!, TOK SALE flood house on Ninth 8L
tie. and former residents of KUmalh wth nr blK room, am, talh on
raus, arove in ior a visu wun .iir
first floor and three'smalt rooms ud
and Mrs. W. H.. McPherrea and oth- stairs; on big corner tot, with gar
er friends and left Saturday for Tla .? ,ecl' r,ca . .f J?'
!,.., ii.,i n'y 11200 cash .and balance Ilka
jusna. Mexico. ,., This Is Just about the beat rea
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groesbeck wlll(ldcnce lot In the city and bos Una
leave In the morning for a ten daysilawn and shade trees. Look It orar
vacation trip to Fort Klamath. 0lla'' Chllcote & Smith. 633 Main
J. E. Weaver returned to Suther- ZL
lln, Oregon, this niornlng after bav-lpoR SALE
-Modern five room pin-
Ithe Crater Lake road. They also at
tended the open air services of the
church at the scene of the picnic last
evening.
lng been here since Friday on busl- tered house with plenty of cabinet
I worn; aiso lawn, trees anu outuuua-
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. Rj,C, Crpesbeck and
I family spnt Sunday witliM r. and
Mrs. Ilurr Westbrook. near Merrill.
W. 11. Parker has returned from
Will Mason, editor of the Klamath Pec,n B,r wne he ipent
Record, left thla morning for a busl- , feV dtyl Tacation.
neas trip of several days to San.
. J A. F. Graham, who was away most
of- last week on business, returned
Mr. and Mrs. George Cbastaln and Friday,
family drove to Bonanza yesterday! ETnt McCollum who hM ,,.
for a vlalt with friends and relatives. on a JW0 wwkg. racaon baclt at
Mr.. Nate Otterbeln. Mrs. Robert hu desk ,n tne Flrit Natlonat bank.
Sloin. Leta Harvey. Opal Harvey., K. s Veatch. who has been 111 for
Lee Parker and Master Jack Reaver the palt wefk ,eft thu morn)nK fcr
mftae up a party that went by car to CrJnl ,.ui whe he wlu sp4nJ ,
Ashland Saturday, Tbey will vftlt gnorl time-wtrh-his-fcrallTr--with
Mr. Otterbeln'. brother. Jack D M Smltb ,nd uajllyand E. M.
Harvey, who Is visiting In Ashlind chllcote and family were among
from Santa Anni. California. Mrs. Klamath people who visited MillnJ
Sloan will not return today with the yesterday. They -Dorf 'that the
rest of the party, but etp-cl. to visit crop, are ceptldnallyflne there
with other Ashland friend for a and tae barley.- ,, already turnlng
week or two. ; (golden. With the exception of a
Ollle Howard and Jlsj Edsall. ttIe ,M troubie experienced by Mr.
ranchers from near Bly. were In SmIta the trip wa,.mMt successful.
Klamath Falls yesterday) hi com- tbey report.
blaed pleasure and buslaaaa. trip. I Mr. tai 'Mrl. R j, 8beeU aod
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Smith famy meaiti tbe community pic
apent yesterday In Laaawll ""er.nc yesterday, whlcH was a big sue
with Mr. and Mr.. Levi McDonald. ceM accordlnf to , nvortii
SUaley L. Kidder. po.Ul Inspect- Word hM htn ncelrei trom Mr.
or for this district. U In town for a,nd Mrl. Jmm B,er who ,, mak.
Uw day., on busl,.... ! lag an extended Wslt la the east.
Roy Foacb. a yoaag man who has Tbef ,tteBde(, th- N-,t0nal Elk
" ?ta?f i V"1 enty Bd! convention In Chicago aod are now
- ww m, mi flB their wr tft Nw Yoplr. and frnm
there they will return home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martlar. accom
panied by Mr.. Martia'a Brother, Dr.
C. E. Wheeler, arrived last night
from San Francisco in thalr car.
They weafdown to bring Dr. Wheel
er here for ala health.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorga J. Walton
war visitor, la Merrill yesterday.
Mr. and Mr.. W. H. McPherren
and Mr. and MraWlUUaa Cherne
The Johnson mower Is the mower
for you. It Is durable and capable.
w s-u then- Hpwle Garage. City
26-tf
.Inns. House Is completely furnished,
mciuuing piano, anu tna wnoie goes
at the low price of ti"50 Just $1200
cash aniUthe balance on long time by
tbe month, Chllcote it Smith, 611
Main St. SS-27
WILL LOWER RATE
ON AIR TRAVEL
FOR SALE Ry owner, a coiy foar
room house on paved street, two
blocks from Main, Very reasonable.
N..320 11th St. 26-31
CLERICAL WORK wanted by youn
man. Experience with large San
rraacisco Corporation, Address no
"O" Herald office, 26-S7
OPIUM GROWN IN
DEFIANCE OF LAW
t PLENTY OF PULP
too, rail
SHANGHAI. June 17. (lly Mall.) PORTLAND. Or.. July 26.
Opium Is being grown oitenslvely ! Within the last 10 y!r H" forest
In ports of Fuklvn province jleiplt" has brought about tho sale of 420,
the law against It, according to a ' 001,000 fin-t of timber In the n.i
mission worker nUtloneil at Yon- tlcmal forests of Alaska, for piling,
ping He writes to thu Anti-Opium sawlogs and shingle boll.
Society. 1 Tho national fori'sts of Alaska
"At the city of Yungnn, the head- contain 100,000,000 cords of limber
quarters of the southern forces, I suTta'tilo fur the tnamitarture of pa
found they were growing opium ex per, according to ratlmatns made by
tanstvety; ovfln In tho grounds of tho tht foit-.t rli. Under careful
ynmen Itself the ground was white' management tlivmi forest can pro
wlth poppy. 1 was told thero were iluce two million cords of pulpwooj
over 100 opium shop In the city II- annually for all lime, or enough to
censed for one dollar per night manufacture onn-thlrd of the pulp
! marked 'places for the breaking of products now consumed In the Unit-
PARIS. June 27. (By Malt.) Ear
ly announcement' Is expected of the
reduction of passenger rates for air
travet between London and Paris and
many are wondering It tbe day Is far
distant when It may be cheaper to
tratel by air than by land and sea.'
At the beginning of the London-Par
is air service last year the price for
one way ticket on small fast ma
chine was 20 guineas and 15 guin
eas on the largor passenger ships,
It Is now reported that fares will
soon be reducedto 10, 10 shillings,
In one' recent week's flying more
than 100 passengers were carried In
tbe London-Paris jijr service and It
is hoped that a reduction in price
will Increase the number of passen
ger. There bar been an ever-Increasing
number of Inquiries for the
service but tbe price baa discouraged
many prospectlvt passengers.
FOR SALE A two burner Puritan the opium habit.
N.03VTi7h: XT lW0 """26-Yif. , yh0 -'' ""' e
pie to plant the drug and no matter
FOR SALE Good delivery Ford for what the value of tho crop may be,
sale cheap. Mallory Garage. 637 (hey are to be taxed a definite
mow at. io-ij
1 amount,"
FOR RENT 3 room
apartment. Phone 520,
secured bla dUcaarge front, the Unit-
ad States Marines, a4 arivesl hoase
last night:
Tad Markwardt. Aaaon Rndl and
two friend, made a trip to. Crater
Lake Saturday, retaraJag late last
Bight.
Mr. Nellis 'Kllae caaae In lait
alght front Carmine, Califarnia. She I
will Ti.it for aomo thae with Mrs
lea Moors. -
Star Theatre
HiailEHT STANDARD PRODUCTIONS
TKRWILUGER PATRICK, PROPS.
TONIGHT
Mrs. Charlie Chaplin in
" THE INFERIOR SEX"
See how the Ctuutalaa; Actress aolres the problenw of Married Life
Larry Samon in
44 THE GROCERY CLERK"
This Ctonsedy abaolntelr oa of the Beat Ever Show
Wa-apecljiljia'fii' oty-acetelene
welding. No jab if too difficult, and
the break wlili be permanently weld-
td too. Ask us for price. -en this
work. Howie Garage. 26-tf
ed States,
The commercial trees of Alaska
are western hemlock, Sitka spruce,
Alaska cedar and western red cedar.
Cottonwood, birch, lodgopolu pine
and whlto fir are also found In .mall
luantltles.
Work In the open Is possible at alt
furnished'
26-27 CHICAGO UNIVERSITY
MAN GETS MEDAL !m ,J "V" "n h8 Tongas, na-
tlonal forest, Alaska, but logging op-
LONDON, July 6. (lly Malt.) ''ra.tlon. are not profitable In the
Albert Abraham Mlchelson. profes- hrt days of winter.
In 19IS 145,583 cords of hemlock
FOR SALE On paved street, 2 new
bungalows. One 4 -rooms; the oth
er S-rooms and bath; modern; corner-lot,
no sewer or pavement taxes.
Phnnn 2G9J. or call 14 47 Worden
Ave, 26-2S r of physics In the Unlvorslty of
'Chicago, has been awarded the Al- Pulpwood and 3B.385 cord of spruro
FOR SALE: Set of tinner, tools; al- ,ort Medal of the Royal Society of w,r" consumed In Washington, Ore-
so Oregon law books and Unlvcr
.Ity law books, Address Postmaster.
Worden, Ore. zo-31
Old Clothsc, tattered and torn, left
In this. wild world to weep aod to
mourn. Bring them to ua and we do
tbe rest. So, So, See 713 Main St.,
So. So. 26-tf
FOR SALE REASONABLE PRICE
AND VERMS
TOMORROW
Bailie Baurfce In M WANTED A HUSBAND H
Mask Si Hi's Oaaaady QKB WHIZ "
DINING CAR MEALS
TICKLag IQURDOUGHS
ANCHORAgB, Alaska, July 26.
veteran -soimuM' wno u.ea to
pay $2.50 a It for pork and bean,
without a mri and to whom ham
and egg. ware a aura-enough luxury,
take keen comfort )a tbe buffet car
recently plaeed on one of tbe train,
operating between .S ward and An
chorage. Tourlita 'who have dined
on Uncle Sam's rofllng kitchen talk
about the menu for a long time
thereafter.
For an elaborate dinner of fresh
mountain trout with a rasher of
bacon the modest aura of $1.25 I.
asked. Dolled or fried Matanuska
potatoes are .old for 16 cent, an
order; grape fruti orange and other
fresh fruit, are .erred for 26 centa
and coffee coata 10 centa a cup
Meat, are naturally a trifle higher
than .tbey are on the "outride," on
account of the blfh cost of transpor
tation, but, Alaska railroad, officiate
believe, it wjl'aeesr be possible to
obtain 'home grown meat in abund-
"HAGUE RANCH," one mile from
town. 120 acre., good Improvements
About two miles of building front
age.
ALSO
Factory alte on Railroad, in town,
including Comaaaialty House altea,
about fifty lots.
ALSO
About S acre, on river, for u in
ner heme, and recreatloa'two miles
from town.
T. O. HAGUE, Wllllts Building,
Klamath Fall. 26-17
NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTION
ance.
Harvesting .ajaeUlBary for immedi
ate deliver. A Johnson mower ia n
wonderful help fiWSf harvest time.
We sell theWf tynHf 0rage.-'S6-tf
Notice ia hereby given that, pur
suant to resolution of tbe Board of
SuDervuor. calling ..me, a apeclal
election by tbe land owner, of Upper
Van Brimmer Drainage District will
be held at tbe residence of Fred Mc
Kendree in aald District and about
one mile aouthea.t of Lone Pine
School House, Klamath County, Ore
gon, on July 31, 1920, at 2:30
o'clock d. m.. at which time and
place .aid land owner will vote up
on the question of approving or re
jecting a certain contract proposed
to be entered Into by said Drainage
District and the United State, of
America, it copy of which contract 1.
on file with tbe secretary or .am Dis
trict and may be seen at bis resi
dence. '
FRED McKENDREE,
Secretary Upper Van Brimmer
26-27-28 Drainage District
A CUaaiaed Ad will aeU It
MOTHER OF SIX
CHILDREN CALLED
Arts for 190. with the approval of "d California.
the Duke of Conyaught, the presi
dent, for optical Inventions which
have rendered possible the reproduc
tion of accurate metric standard
and provided tbe mean, of carrying
out measurements with a minute
precision hitherto unobtainable.
Professor Mlchelson'. contribu
tion, to scientific research already
have been recognised by tbe award
of tbe Copley Med. I of tbe Royal
8ocletyaad of the Nobel prlte for
Physic, both in 1907.
The funeral of Mr. Maggie Ding
ier, wife of Fred Dingier, who died
Friday night at the family home
eight mJlea south of Klamath FalU,
wa. held yesterday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at the Wblttock chapel,
the Rer. E. P. Lawrence officiating.
The decedent waa 26 years old
and I. survived, beside tbe husband,
by six children, the oldest of whom
I. tea yean eld. '
FOR QUICK SALE
''Owner, going away Good gasoline
engine, new cooking range, sulky
plow, mower, rake,, feed grinder, 40
feet 6-lnch belting, S saddle or
work horaea. aet of baraese, 1018
Chevrolet touring car, good order.
Andrew Johnson, Malla, ore. '
Biaetrie Percolators and Una at
LIBERTY. THEATRE
TBB PICK Of THB PfOTlTBBt
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A NEW OWE EVERT BAT
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H. W. POOLE, Owner ROGER D. TORREV, Mimical Director
TONIGHT
Winaome Viola Dana in
"DANGEROUS TO MEN"
We also ahow today tlic aevrntli' chapter of
"THE EVIL EYE" ,.
nUrring Benny Leonard, Lightweight Cbaaiploa of" the' World
TUESDAY
CONWAY TEARLE and tJRACE DAVIDSON In
"ATONEMENT" .
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"CAPTAIN KIDD'S KIDS"
with Harold Ljoyd aUrrlng
MATINEE BVBRT VAJC
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