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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1921)
INMBAY, JANUARY 4, lMt
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
W. k. Umm ef (hi I.mm" lum
ber company at Modoc Point left to
day (or Baa Francisco, tor a tew
Mr. and Mr. William Oanong are
being congratulated on the blrtti ot
von, born to thorn Dec.jlO
Mr. Ad ParoBaNaatlly visitor
rteterdey trom'Donanta '
L. D. Dark wan attending to, busi
ness matter In the count? teat yes
terday from bit home In lions nts.
Mr. and Mn. ifarrr Goeller and
children returned the tint ot the
week from Mud ford, where lW spent
the holiday with Mn. (Joeller's
mother. Thr" ere accompanied
home by Mri. Ooeller' alitor, Mn.
William Earle, who:wlll "visit for a
few week byforo returning to he
homo In I'orlland. . , ,
Martin IXanishy, Tnul Keller, nnd
Norman Mann havo returned to Cor
Tallli to retume their itudlea In the
Oregon Agricultural Collet, after
pending the holldara with their par
enta In thla eltr.
Jean Perry and Kleanor Torrey
hare returned to Bogeno, where they
are altondlng the Untverelty ot Ore
Charles Donart, who for yean has
been In the fur business here, ha
returned from Kedford where he has
beon for a racatlon. He say he will
be In the market for fun this tenon.
Mr. and Mn. Harry Nichols of
Bonanza, are attending jo, business
In the county teat for a few days.
MUs Emily Cunha of San Francis
co, accompanied by lier niece, little
MIm Dorothy Staple of Berkeley,
who hata.been visiting Mlaa Cunha's
liter, Mra. Harry Dlckerman of this
city, returned to their homes thU
Mr. and Mn. A. B. Epperson left
for Ashland Monday morning for a
few diys business and pleasure trip.
They were accompanied by Mra. Ep
penon'a sister, MJss' Mattern. who
resides In Madford and who has been
pending the holidays In. this city..
IT. E. Haugerleft this morning fbr
I'ortland on business.
Mn. Tabscott ot Pelican city tin
derwent a serious operation at the
Warren Hunt hospital yeaterdsy, but
Is reported to be resting cully this
Mr. and Mn. E. It. Thomas and
Mr, and Mn. Frank Sexton attended
the annual New Year's dinner at.Mt.
I-kl church yesterday. The' dinner
was attended by a large number of
prominent residents of the Mt,.Lkl
Chlekeaa will come home to roost,
they saV and that' perhaps accounts
for the retort off"oiek" lurtjock
from San Dfego.'-He Is around today
greeting his friends and telling them
that with ail-that is said about Call
fornla, Klamath Falls has lt,"oW'
any place he found',fa tie Golden
Mrs. F. R. Olds, and daughter
Mary Jane, Mn. William Powelt'and
Mn. Schnabel. left this morning to
make their home" In Sacramento. Mn'.
01d,and Mn. Pow'elt hava'long been
Identified with the Ilex, cafe and
they will be ralseed pjr.tho patron's
of that popular restaurant. Mrs. Bch
nabel, mother of Mn. Olds and Mr.
Powell, expecta to tint go to points
in Washington to vlsl relative be
fom going to 8acramento. ( ,
Mr. IU II. Radclltfe returned last
night from Portland. He left l('s
morning with his wife, who hss been
hefe lslllng Ver 'parcn.iMr. and
Mm'. W, C Pull, (or 'their homo In
Fred MeKendree Is a city visitor
today from his rsnch on l.o-JTrtvr.
PROHIBITION IS 7
ENFORCED IN NINE-
TENTHS OF COUNTRY
CHICAGO, Jan. . Prohibition Is
excellently enforced. In nlnMenihsot
trt are- of the country and In .".the
wnnlnder Is sufficiently .well enforc
ed to be a very great Improrement
orer the license lystem.
This Is the result of an Invetlga
Hon corerlng severs! month, thru
official channels and direct Inquiry
aa announced today by the Ir. Deele
Pickett, Research Secretary of the
Board of Prohibition, Temperanee.
and Public Morats of the Methodist
Episcopal church. The organisation
of' the church was used is one ot
the agencies of Information, which
wa'a obtained from 20.000 heads of
churches and with numerous leader
of the 10,000,000 lay adherents. The
statement Includes no. figurea not
'personally verified. Dr. Pickett
The Investigation showed that
"there hss been an enormous de
crease In the consumption of liquor.
adecrease not leu than eighty-five
and possibly more than ninety per
cent," according to Dr. Pickett. '.This
has resulted In a very large decrees
In the number otarrest for drunk
enness and In atvery considerable In.
crease In the purchasing power of
the poor and ot the skilled and un
skilled laborers." says the report.
"In San Fnnrlsco. prohibition de
classed arrests for drunkenness In IU
tint year from 17.354 to ,1.814. Tn
Txn Angeles, from 15,810 to 5.589.
Tn Boston, It was from 52,(8,3 ,lo
18.487. In Baltimore, In the laswet1
October, there were 1,1(5 arrests for
drunkenness and tn the first dry Oc
tober, li9. We. hare, similar reports
from the heads of police,. of Wash
ington. St. Paul. Lincoln, Galveston,
St. Louis and, other veltle. " "
j . Agric-sltare Haste Bsylaeesj -.J..,
."Opportunities la agstcaltara
ihoutd be, comparable Io thoeacaf ear
other huslnea7-tb ladaedTvShoutd
be so stabilised that the farmer may
depend on reasonable profits." said
Dr. W. Ji Kerr to greun. of Oregon
farmers at college, farmers' week
Roosevelt was .quoted to the effect
that America a, whole system , feetr
upon the farm, and that .the wfijarr
of the whole community, depends up
on the welfare of the farmer. Thin
was ssld to be aa true today as It
TELFORD'S .GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS
v " FOR SALK AT
Every egg stamped with H. T and for ever)- egg found with
a blood spot or not absolutely freah, one-half doxen fresh eggs
will be given free. Aa there are only a limited number, of , these
egg, get on' the regular customer list for them and they will be
reserved for you.
, These.eggi are gathered fresh, each day, and each egg Unex
amined before a powerful light In a dark room and every egg In
any way defective, Is sorted out. When you buy these eggs you
know you are getting! e'ggs that are eggs.
Mnaaaaaaaasa..ia..M ririsiiajyinnnTLrirVnjq 1 -
j Cooking Electrically
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchen hold
no terror for the hovuewife. They
are coo, cozy, and comfortable in. j
the eummer. They eliminate the i
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
.rmcking Ungion cameed by wood,,
tove. The expenae i mtrpriaing. j
lylow. Lot U8 tell yom about it.
I The ()alilwiiia Oregon Power
; .: : (lompany
,n tttetiutbeyour wriant"
Was'.when made. Science la utedjn
rapidly Increailng degrees, It was
noted, In helping the farmer meet
ths'eirlcultursl needs of the world.
In the great agricultural state of Ill
inois 2ft yean ago only 36 students
were studying agriculture. Oregon
had hut 109 agricultural students 13
years ago,-hut 100 last year,
, Martin Mover KipUlawl
iFour common methods ot starting
clover were explained to Oregon far.
men by ri. It. Ityalop, chief 'of fsrm
crepe-at O. . C. Experiment station.
The surest way of getting a'stsnd In
Western Oregon was asld to b sowing
"lh 'February on fall planted grain.
Thla Is adapted to soils In good tilth
where clover grow a successfully.
Barley la the best nurse crop, wheat
good, but oats undesirable. Light
oils may, be seeded on fall plowed
lands,, but the crop Is often damaged
brfreeiltxg. Sown with spring grain i
clover often falls. Inoculation Is
needed where no native clover or vol
unteer planta are growing. An appli
cation of SO to 100 pounds land
plaster per acre will holp the plant
through the dry season, KarlV winter
pasturing Is advised.
Ointlnuoun (irnln Crop .flail
"Outside Ilia dry farnl districts ot
Oregon continuous grain cropping Is
not a moner-maklng enterprise,"
notes It, I). Scudiler," farm mannce
went specialist at O. A, O. "The
worn-out prartlce of unrotuted grain
growing holds down the labor Income
on Oregon farms. Tim relectlon of
the enterprise Is tho biggest factor
In determining profits. Crops, live
stock snd fruit aro moit common In
Oregon Cash rropi sweh as potatoes,
clover, U'tch and alfalfa are popular
and usually successful. Pure seed
grains havo a llmTtrd sale.
$IS,IXMI IN TAX Itt'IKlKT
(Conlnucd from Pag 1)
successors In oltlro of each ot said
defendants and all others In the aid
or behalf of them or nny ot them."
The order further restrain tho as
lessor from extending said levy or
any levy nnd tho sheriff from tolled.
Ing nny tnx for said purposes and
from reportlni; any tnx delinquent on
Two room furnished bouse, , 112. SO
Four room houmt with bath, .130.00
Four room house with bath 125.00
Five room modern house, fully
Chllrnte ft Smith, 033 Main St, 43
FOn RENT J room plsilered
houie,. Inquire 1(19 Crescent Ave.
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FOR BALK x li'ltug and heater,
.135. Sixth St.- Roulht
1IKHK WK AW AOAIN!
Whltn leghorn llahy Chicks,
Hatched exclusively 'from our' own
lieas that averaged for the year 1021,
IS! eggs each for tho wholo flock,
Ths la the real teat of .merit, rather
than the achievement of 'a few select
ed, from a -large flock- snd fed on.
pie and Angel food at a laylug -con'
We have greatly enlarged our
plant and aro prepared to hatch ttfty
thousand chicks during tho season.
Order early and get them when
Prices per 100! January and Feb
ruary IIS. 00! March and April 112.
SO; May and 'June 111.00. Pur bred
P. Rock and R. I. Ilednhatched on
Maywood Poultry Farm, Corning,
FOR RENT Furalihed P.
Maraei'M. n-aon svv,. . w.
FOR BALK I do. JOttM whit Ujh
horn hen. Ill N Ilk .
FOR RKNTnoora with bath
Joining, for genllemaa. 1111 m.
FOR RF.NT rive room furalrteej
house, with' bath, ia. pavawMat.
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Phone f. 134'Maln (H. 4
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best motion picture, Idea ever a
veoted. the "Compound flick rlee
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Effective January 1st, 1922
22-FOUV-34 ' 5 ioc
w Two Passenger Roadster, oVj
22-Four-35 ' ' ' ' " ' Ax&
iMFive Passenger Touring, 935
22-dhc-44'i:u''i'uit :ii' ' uJi
's"hree Passenger Roadster, 1365
22-tonr.361' '' ' " ' aVg
""'Three Passenger Coupe, 1295
22-Six-45 ' ' -.'
"Five Passenger Touring, 1395
r Five Passenger Sedan . . 195
: :zl Seven Passenger Touring; 15oO r.
-22-Six-4'6 - V
Three .Psenger Coupe, 1885..
Four Passenger Coupe , . LJ J D
; Five Passenger Sedan ., .21 05-'
Seven Passenger Sedan,.-2375,
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