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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1921)
Saturday, January 22, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Step Up Men! You're Next!
Rt6 feio Rjghe Out-TryTw!
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During tho months of October,
November nnd December, 38 permits
woro Issued by Stato Engineer Percy
A. Cupper, 'covering tho appropria
tion of wntor from various streams
nnd other sources for tho Irrigation
ot 23,398 ncrcs of land, tho develop
ment of 180 horsepower, domestic,
mining, flumlng lumber nnd various
other purposes, at an estimated cost
ot approximately $J00,O00. Soven
rcsorvolr permits havo been Issued,
covering the storago of 3,714 aero
toot of water.
Among tho moro Important pro
jects contemplated for Irrigation de
velopment nro thoso of V. K. Mar
tin ot Nowbrldgo, Oregon, covering
tho Irrigation ot 4,062 ncrcs ot land
with tho waters of Snako river; P.
C. Dcarlnger and others ot Hereford,
.covering tho Irrigation of 963 acres
ot land with tho waters of North
Fork of Burnt river; P. A. rhllllps
and A. N. Inglo ot Maker, Oregon,
for supplemental supply for Irriga
tion ot 1E50 acres ot land, with tho
waters of Main Eaglo creek; J. 11.
Wilson, J. W. Wilson and J. A. Wil
son of North Powder, Oregon, cov
ering the irrigation of 1175 acres of
land with tho waters of Anthony
creek, Anthony gopge nnd Mud lako
reservoirs; tho Port Klamath Mead
ows company of Fort Klamath, Ore
gon, for tho Irrigation of 9318 acres
of land In Klamnth county with tho
waters of Four Mllo creek, Seven
Mllo creek and Anna slough; A. M
Oeory of Portland, for tho
irrigation ot 7100 acres of land In
Klamath county, with tho waters of
Upper Klamath lako; tho Mount
Ruben Mining company of Grants
Pass, Oregon, covering the approprl
.ation ot water from Reuben creek
for development ot 87 horsepower
at an estimated cost of 110,000; and
W. II. Bales ot Mohler, Oregon, cov
ering tho appropriation ot wator
from Foley crook for tho develop
ment ot 87 horsepower in Tillamook
Klamath County PcnnlU
In Klamath county, tho following
permits havo been issued:
To Fort Klamath Meadows com
pany ot Fort Klamath, covorlng the
appropriation o(., water from Four
Mllo creek, Seven Mllo creek and
Anna slough drain for irrigation of
9318.30 acres of land.
To L. Panky of Yalnoz, covering
the appropriation of wator from
'Bpraguo river for irrigation of 401
acres of land, part of which lies
within tho Klamath Indian reserva
tion. The cost of this irrigation
system is approximately $5000.
To A. M. Geary of Portland, cov
orlng the appropriation ot water
from Upper Klamath lake for irri
gation ot 7100' acres in Klamath
To R. C. Simmers of Kcno, cover-
leg tho appropriation of water from
Klamath Rlvor for irrigation ot 40
acres. Tho cost ot installing this
irrigation system is estimated at
" SABV t-tSTrR MOTHER. "" GffAMDttA
W1LL1EL JS JiRCTHCR, FATHER GRANDPA
Now Is tho tlmo tor all mere men to stand together. For tho ladles havo decided that in 1922 grandad,
father, grown-up brother nnd llttlo WllIIo shall wear "Duster Drown" tresses. Washington Bocioty hns carrlod
the bobbing crazo to tho limit so far as women aro concerned. Not only tho flapper and tho debutante, but
mother and snow-haired grandma havo followed suit. Three Washington beauties shown hero wearing tho
ast words In bobs are: (left to right) Mme. Hurban, wto of Colonel Vladomlr 8. Hurban of tho Czecho-SIo-
vaklan legation; Miss Zllla McDougall, dobutantc.and Mas Anna Hamlin, a'dobuta'nto of last season.
The Office Cat
Sunday In tho Average Household
7 a. m. Family all In tho hay.
7:30 a. m. Ditto;- t
:uu a. m. MOro'or the same.
Steaks, Crops, N' everything'. OwJ
Tho boots worn by tho life guards
cf tho British army cost CO a pair.
8:15 a. m. Head ot family sits
up sleepily In bed and looks at tho
8:17 a. mw Crawls out and goes
down to fix the furnace.
8:30 a. m. Rest ot family starts
crawling out ot the feathers and com
ing down stairs' one a a ttmo.
J3:45 n. m. Breakfast.
9:15 a. m. till 10:45 Head ot
family monopolizes the Sunday paper.
1115 a. m. Mrs. Head of Family
finishes washing tho dishes starts to
12 p. m. Tolls husband not to
scatter paper all over tho houso.
12:15 Baby gets hold of funny
sheet and tears it up beforo anybody
else lias had a squint at It.
X p. m. Dinner. Head of Family
and wife sit around and ask each
othor why they eat roast overy Sun
day. Asks If there's nothing else
to be had.
2 till 5 p. m. Head of family nhd
wife sit around and ask each other
why they can't live as well as the
family across tbo street. In tho mean
time tho famlly-across tho street is
discussing the samo subject.
5 to 7 p. m. Problem of whother
to attend church or a movlo'show
7:15 p. m. Movlo show wins.
7:15 till 10 p. m. At tho movies.
Arrived Into at first show and had
to see it all through to make uny
Isenso out of it.
10;30 p. m. Home and to bed.
the Illness and death of my Into hus
band, who escaped from mo by the
hand ot death on Friday last while
catlngbrcakfnst. To tho trlonds and
nil who contributed so willingly
toward making tho last moments and
funeral of my husband a success I
desire to remember most kindly, hop
ing theso few lines will find thorn on
Joylnc tho same blessing. I bnvo also
a good milch cow nnd roan goldlng
horse, 8 years old, which I will sell
cheap. 'God moves In a mysterious
way his wonders to porform. Ho
plants his footsteps on tho sea and;
rides upon tho storm;' also a black
and whlto shotc, very low."
losson tor Sunday:
A little chap who had just felt tho
hard sldo of a sllppor, turned to his
parent for consolation.
"Mamma," he asked, "did grandpa
spank daddy when ho 'was little?"
"Yes," replle'd his mother, Im
pressively. "And did his daddy spank him?"
"And did bis daddy spank him?"
"Well, who started tho habit, any
Mokes 1 lines Kony
Emmltt Mageo of Underwood's
pharmacy, was heard to warblo on
last Bargain Day:
Como Into our storo today
And sco the prices fall;
Our Wednesday bargains bring dis
ease Within tbo reach of all.
A man must bo all right when his
small son admits that "dad Is a good
.served pipind hot
with pure cr&m
Thoro afo several million of laws,
Wo are somotlnles check'd and wo
While tho lawyers aro looking for
A woman just says: "Because."
This Is a great lite. We learn some
thing todny, and tomorrow wo find
out that It was a typographical error.
Greater lovo had no man for a
woman than this, that ho will cheor
fully wear tho neckties sbo bought
AT THE CHURCHES
The Sunday school session Is from
9:45 to 10:45 overy Sunday morn-.
Tho frco reading room and free
lending library Is opon from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
FIRST HATTIST CHURCH, corner
Washington nnd Eight.
Sunday school nt 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 n. m.
Prayer servlco Wednesday at 8 p.
Every second nnd fourth Wodnos
day ovcnlng will bo dovotcd to mis
II. Y. P. U. Sunday ovcnlng nt
7:30 p. m.
A cordlnl Invitation Is extended to
all to.attend these corvlccs.
.FIRST PRK8IIYTKRIAN CHURCH'
cornor Sixth and Pine streots. Rov. E.
P. Lawronco, minister, 437 Third
street. Phono 429.
Morning worship 11 a. m. Subject:
"Tho Strait Gate." Miss Oortrudc
Parker will sing -a soprano solo at
this service. At tha ovcnlng hour wo
will unlto with tho Methodist peoplo
in tbolr'ovangollstlp meeting with
Dr. Gcorgo Bennard, tho singing
evangollst. Evory member ot tho
congregation Is urged to attend these
meetings. Our prayer meeting will
bo dismissed while those moetlngs
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, cornor 9th
and Pine' streets, C. P. Trlmblo, pas
tor, 2107 Wantland Ave. Phono
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Sormon, 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Sermon, 7:30 p. m.
We aro holding Sunday services
In tho Scandinavian ball .9th and
Walnut streets. A cordial Invitation
Is oxtended to all an wo havo a woll
lighted stoam heated nnd largo au
ditorium. Tho Men's class meots at
tho Star thoatro at 10 a. m. Como
and join us.
bHVTCNTH DAY ADVKNTISTS,'
Eight street, Baptist's church.
Sabbath school evory Saturday
No changes will be made In this , morning at 10 o'cl.ck
i , .u i. .. .m..! Preaching at 11 o'cl
VUlllliltt UIUUBB VUU IUJ1JT lit ill I J1U
Evening Herald oftlco by 5 o'clock
SACRED HEART CHURCH, cor. of
Eighth and High. Rov. Hugh J. Mnr-
Bhnll. Rnv. J. V. Mollov.
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c .t.ifj.nni. ..,i a.i..i. 'lenin ami tiign, uev. a. j
a M. ill. (.iiiiuiv.4 a ouiviiu, nuutioi
clock by Evan-
Some people '"krvow" and others
meroly "stato their opinions." It Is
much, easier to live with tho latter.
A Hot One From Hill Leo
"Money profltetb not in tho day ot
Judgment, but it helpeth mightily In
A man may leave footprints In tho
sands ot time," but they aro pretty
suro to bo mussed up boyond recogni
tion by those ot tho gang that trails
along behind him,
A Widow' Gratitude.
A woman who lost hor husband by
death, sent the following communi
cation to her local nowspap'er:
"Mr. Editer: I desire to thank
the friends and , neighbors most
heartily, In this manner, for tho
united aid and co-operation during
aro requested not to attend this
10:30, high mass and sormon.
7 p. m., rosary nnd benediction.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE socloty of
Klamath Falls hold sorvlces In tho
lower room ot thoLibrary building,
corner of Third and Main streets,
overy Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
and evory Wednesday ovcnlng at 8
gollst L. E. Wado.
Prayer meeting overy Thursday
night at 7 o'clock.
Everybody welcome. ,
METHODIST El'ISCOI'ATi CHURCH
pastor, 1005 High St., Phono 537-W.
Thoro will bo no Lutheran services
horo tomorrow, as tho minister, tho
Rov, Karl Matthies, Is holding ser
vices at Montaguo and Gold Hill.
Tbo American association of Bach
elors Is about to organizes, woman's
division. Miss Mary E. McGownn, a
notary, public of Akron, 0., Is slatod
for the office of national prosldent '
(Cornor Tenth nnd High Streets)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 23,
MORNING, 11 O'CLOCK EVENING, 7:30
DR. GEO. BENNARD OP CHICAGO
SPEAKS AND SINGS
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JANUARY 23, 1921,
The undersigned markets will start doing
business on a strictly cash basis
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Federal Reserve System
E. W. Vannice,
A. M. Collier,
C, F. Stone,
Charles L. Moore,
H. N. Moe,
. O. Goldthwaite,
E. R. Reames. ' ..'
Our Motto "SERVICE TO ALL"
The laborer with small balance gets the
same courteous treatment as any of our
If the Wood Dealer
not sell current; wo hell
That sounds odd
Well, suppose tho wood dealer sold service instead of wood, ho
would tend to your fumnco nnd your range, take mvuy tho uSbes
and clean tho flues. You would buy so much heat.
Now you buy so much light, although you pay according to tho
current you consume. Hut tbo service Is performed for you by Uito
company at the substations nnd power plants.
That is what We want to give you efficient service. It is the
aim of Oils company to havo nono but satisfied customers. No
matter what It is, If you havo a grievance, or aro dissatisfied about
your bill or do not understand our rates, plcuso come In and ace
us or write us about it.
It yoa have any suggestions to make, wo will gladly avail our
selves of them as our aim Is constantly to Improve our service to
you oa fart aa the development of science and human ability permit.
A Herald Class Ad Will Sell It