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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1920)
THEEVaWING HEKALP. KLAMATH rAin( mii
That You, Smith?
i PERSONAL MENTION I
Cnn't you and your wife come over tonight? We
hnve just got our new Player Piano from the Earl
What's that? Oh, yes, the children are too young
to start their music lessons but hearing good music
will be a help to them when they do start in and be
sides we need a little more "pep" at home.
Gulbransen Player Pianos, tell as follews:
Suburban Model $595.00
Country Seat Model 660.00
White House Model. ...... 750.00
Earl Shepherd Co.
One Business Music Exclusively
507 Main St, Klamath Fall, Ore.
j OREGON BREVITIES
Tho body of Henry O'Keefo, pronil
Drill central Oregon aheeptnan, in
wit killed In an nuto aerldeat In
takevlcw, U to ho taken to'lMr,
O'Keefo' lionta In Ireland (or burial,
John Hlnglcton, n relative of the do
ceased, stated on hl arrival front
Lakevlow, where be tteodih.lbe
funeral service. Mr. Singleton ha
gone to Portland to mako final ar
rangement with thn llrlllih rconsul
In that city for shipping th body.
Another piano for the Ilend Air
craft corporation arrived at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon from Tha Dallea
miiO) with the ihlp which hai been
stationed' hero for nearly two week ,
circled abovo the city for omo 10
mlnutoa boforo landing at Knotti
field. The new plana reached The
Dallra Krlday from La (Irando and
a third flyer la acheduled to arrlvo
for uao In tho Central Oregon terri
tory within tho nit few day.
Tho 20 (laid artillery prlvatea kern
l 1 Innt year tiro now lining discharged,
and request haa been Rent In by Lieu-
) tenant Colonel I'artollo, command.
ant, for 30 private for tho coming
year, and 20 cavalry private.
Morrlii J, Herbert, Tlilllpplno
icout retired, haa been aaslgnod to
thu military department.
. Captain Albert M. Jonea of tho
college military department haa been
lawalgncd to tho 44th Infantry, United
Statea army, and ha gone to Pro
aldlo, San KrancUco, to report.
Co-oporatlvo apartment houses aro
popular In Copenhagen. Six, eight
or ten famUlo havo their food pre.
Imiud In una kitchen by community
cooka, and the ytem I not only
economical, but a a rule the cooking
la eicellent and give general call-
Seven and a half cent a lb. nnld
for clean rag at tho Howie Oarage.
A claaalfled Ad will aelt It.
: AMERICAN LEGION Open-Air
I Klamath Pavilion FTY 1
Alberta Peaches. $2.35 Box
Fancy Tomatoes, $1.30 Box
"The House of Merit"
It. N, Loack, Jr., I In tho city
from Ban Krrtnalsco (odnv and I rec
1iorfVnt thfi-WJhlto I'nllcnn hotel.
William Dovaul win In town ye
terday afternoon from hi ranch lit
Kuscbam Wright and wife are
Klamnth county visitor from flan
KrancUco. Mr.nnd Mr. Wright ex
pect io leavn for Hocky Point tomor
row, whoro they will atoy for a day
before going on to the Wlltlamaon
river and later to Crater take.
Mr. and Mr. 0. Lawrence, who
have been here for the paal week,
left thl morning for their home In
Oeorga B Long, Jr , wu a paaaon-
ger on the train tbl morning for Ta-
coma, Washington. Mr. lxng, who
came here with a party of tlmbermen,
haa been tho gucat of Mr. and Mr.
Jack Kimball for the paat week.
F. 1. Bnyder I In town from, Bl
aon, California, today on bualne.
Jim Hilton, J. A. Houston, Dave
Lenox, llonlenbrook, Bam Bmlth,
and Hob Bloan made up tnrlou par-
tie of duck hunter who left early
It. K. Hughe arrived last night
from Portland, Oregon, and I (top
ping at tho Whlto Pelican hotel.
1. O. Crawford, of tho California-
Oregon Power company, nrrlved laat
night from,' Ban Francltco, and will
bo hero a few day on matter of
fl. A. Dnnfnrd came In yesterday.
from Aahland and I a gucat at the
White Pelican hotel.
fcMr. Kdward Itobertion and small
grandson, lo Robertson, left thl
morning for their home In Spring
field, Oregon, after having (pent a
month with Mr. Itobertion' daugh
ter, Mr. T. B. Griffith.
L. N, Hurson, who ha been hero
making adjustments for all the fire
Insurance companies connected with
the recent fire, left for Ban Francisco
L. B. Illackmnn arrived last night
from Oakland, California, for a brief
sojourn In Klamath Falls.
Krnest Nail, who ha been spend
ing hi summer vacation In the hay
field, I In town once more.
Mlis Rath Tompkln was shopping
with Klamath merchants yesterday
from her homo near Bonanza.
Bcott McKendrco left this morning
Ing for Corvalll, where he will enter
the Oregon Agricultural College for
the coming year. i
:, Mr. and Mr. W. J, Roberts, ac
companied by their daughter, Miss.
Audrey, left tbl morning In their
car for Ashland and Medford. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert will spend some
tlmo In Medford, and Audrey will go
on to Kugene where she will enter
her Junior year at tho university.
William Itamcr of Kirk In a city
M. B. C.llchrlst Is registered at
tho Whlto Pelican hotol from Salem,
Mrs. Charles McWIIllams, Mis Ed-
na Manns, and Miss Gladys Lofttus
oxpect to start on a camping trip to
George Wlso Is In town today from
Rocky Point on business.
Mr. and Mr. Ira D. Baker moved
to Klamath Falls from Rogue River
(bis week and plan on making tbe'r
T. B. and W. E. Griffith are In
town today from tholr ranches on
o Merrill road.
L. D. Parks Is a county toot busi
ness visitor from his sawmill ut Pine
W. C. Taylor Is filling James Hil
ton's plnco on tho police force for a
fow days while Mr. Hilton la away.
A dnughtor wait born to Mr. and
Mr. C. R. Ilarr, 161G Main street, at
" - AfMftarel
Odd Fallows' Bldf ., S. W. Cor. 5th at Main
We beg to announce to the lady shoppers of Klamath
Falls and vicinity that we will be open for business on
,We then cordially invite you to inspect the very newest in all
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, mcltidmf Firs and Trimmed Hats
f California T J I Odd Fellows' X
Eight Store. If mfalTllA JW X
II llj-f 0gllftlli
Jlusslan railway station are us
unity about two miles, from the town
they .serve thl as a precaution
hgajnst tire sparks from locomotives.
! Minneapolis Is to require 'tKxtrcrt
numbering of tho rear of hus'neu
buildings and dwellings as well as
commence the business of banking .lost and
aa provided In Section Fifty one ban- cedar, and
area ana sixty-nine or the Revises. during the
M,.,IU.?1 ,M u?llM ?utf- 0 9m March II, 1M4. PrleMMk-
ii Miiiniuu vnnui, wiiuvaai piyi
mgar l ttl
1 i.0 for Sm
a period of tM
Comptroller -of the Currency.
Washington, D..C. July 30, 1920.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it baa
been made to appear that "The Am
erican National Bank of Klamath
Falls." in the city of Klamatb Falls',
In the County-of Klamatb and State j
of Oregon, haa complied with all tne
provision of the statute) of the
United Statea required t obe com
piled with before an association
shall be authorised to commence the
bualneaa of banking;
' Now therefore I, John Skelton
Williams, Comptroller of the Cur
rency, do hereby certify that "The
American National Bank of Klam
ath Falls," la the. City of Klamath
Falls, In the County of Klamath and
8tate of Oregon. Is authorised to
hani and, seal of .office thla Thir
tieth day if July. 19i.
JMO. SKELTON WILLIAMS,
(Seal) 'Comptroller of the
KLAMATH INDIAN RESERVATION
LITTLE BHUGCK UNIT
Sealed bids la duplicate, marked
ouUlde "Bid Little Sprague Unit,"
and addressed to tha "Superintend
eat, Klamath .Indian School, Klamath
Agency, urecon," will be received
until 2:00 o'clock P. M.. Pacific
time, Wednesday. October 87, IMS,
limner on about a,ot acres on
for the wrchaa of the merchantable)
8prage JUTer In townchhw 34 and
SS, loath. Rant SEast, Willamette
Meridian. Thla.uafct ta estimated at
40,000,000 feetB. Ui, mosUy weeV
rn " yeuow pine or, wnica aeoai
.000.000 feet la oa about 4S0 acres
of 'approved allotments, and as to
which separate approved contracts
with tho Indian owners mar prob
ably be made. No bid will bo ac-
cepted for less than T4.00 for yel-
equent to that date iflU ho fixed be
thaComaUasfocr of lailaaT Attain
for three-year period.. Kaca ht
mast state tha rata pet at that wlB
be paid for each kind of Umber dar
ing the first contract pttiod endfac
March 31, 1114, aad maat be ac
companied by a certifle ehock oa a
solvent National Bank dtaxa la &
vor of the 0perintes1at of tho
Klamath ladlaa School W tteamouat
of $10,000.00. Tha deposit wlU ho
returned to unsuccessful Bidders, bat
retained at liquidated iamages It
the successful Udder asUU fall to
execute contract and Mlhtoh satis
factory ,boad for flB.OAMf wlthla
60 days front the aceaplaneo of hm
bid. The right ta rosertM to wslva
a , . J-i--i M Am mime
or all blawT Por.veoplM ii-coatraet,
regolaUou, fuller deoerlpltoa of the
area, aad other information, applr
to tho Saporinteadoat of the Klam-
aU Indian, .akhool, XkanMa Agoaer,
Waahiattoa. d. a. Amtast it.
" ?, CATO ISLLS.
1st pub. Aug. 19 Th. Sat. lit
PURE BLOOD URGED BY GOVERNMENT AS LIVESTOCK IDEAL
Sovon nml u half rents n Hi. inilil
for clean rnrs nt tho Howie. (laruRt.
H.WVK1NH IIUVH KINK
HKItl) or IIOLKTKINS
W. II. Hawkins, of tho Hawkins
dairy, has Just purchased n herd of
registered Holstoln cow from
Churloa Lewis, who oporntes n much
near Merrill. This I admittedly one j
of tho f Incut liorda of cuttlo In Kliini-
nth county and will bo a noted aildl
tlon to tho Hawkins herds.
Tho speed of an otter undor water
Is nmnilng. fish havlnc no chance
against him. In somo' places In India
otters aro kopt by the nuttves to
catch fish tor them. They are tied
td stakes like dogs when not work
ing, woar plaited straw collars, and
African princes roqulro tholr brides
to havo their teeth filed like a saw.
The dom'e of tho famous l'aluco of
Justice in flrusBols Is niado of papier
In tho Pacific Islnndn rrlckot Is
playod with an onthuslaum unknown
In tho land of ts birth. Sixty or
seventy men play on n sldo. tho avor-
ago game lasts threo weeks,' and con
cludes with a combined murderous
assault on, the umpire.
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REGINA, SASK.-J. C. Robert
son, provincial commiaaioaar of
agriculture, said recently in a re
view of the livestock Industry, that
the value of cattle in Saskatchewan
would be increased $30,000,000 It
Eureorea ouus were usea ia au
"Many purebred sires were dis
tributed among tho farmers by tho
government," said the commla
sioner. "Grade females also were
bought for cash and sold on easy
terms of payment to breoderi.
Grade ewes were sold on a similar
plan. Mew blood waa Introduced
Into the flocks by the Importation
atid distribution of purebred rams.
Much work waa done toward the
eradication of etock diseases. The
examination of stallions baa been
carried on energetically and the
unfit have been weeded out by re
.fusal of certificate to owners.
Livestock In western Canada' ia
The Canadian oyernment for
year haa'conductad a ramDalsnof
education and financial t assistance
to farmers in an effort-to get the
hones, cattle, sheep and hogs of
sWfflKU? as sony,J pura-
t, scrub animals havo been c,1-
completely .olnifnatcil. 'M?-,j,
i? livestock 'has a good rpfeH'
bred standard us
centagc of pure blood and) pure-V
bred nertis or an 'tiuus are uw
widely UiaUibuted. , H