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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
JMO.N'UAV, t AKCH 81, ltfitl.
J.X McAuttffo, Kort Klamath
stockman. Is In town on business,
Mr. ami Mr. Prank Carlson, of
Klamath Agency arc In tho city to
day. J. 8. Holler, lumberman. Is hero
troth MaeDoel on business.
j, Jam o Wiley Is nmotiK tho Fort
Klamath rcsldonls who arc hero on
buslnees and attending tho. auto
1) K. Kerns, a former resident of
this city, nml who still owns con
siderable property hero, arrived last
flight to visit at the home of his
brother, James, and his father-In
Tax Collection to
Start End of Week
Says the Sheriff
It will bo nearly the end of tho
week, before the sheriff s offlco run
ho ready In accept taxes, Mid l.loyd
Low, tax collector, tmla Tho conn
ty court Saturday nrraiiRed with Ru
dolph and Rose, expert accountants,
who hao boon auditing tho count)
books, to miike chances on the as
sessment rolls. nocoMltatcd by the
county court decision to abide h
the Cnlklna Injunction order.
Tho sheriff said hn was Informed
that three of the roll would ho ready
today, but that routine work must be
lavr, II. J. Mattoon. He will remain performed after they reach his office
about a week before returning to which will rvqntro eorni unvs
his home In Santa Crui. California i Then tho collection of laxes can start
.lr and Mrs C O. Hunt, of the
.Shasta View dlstrclt, aro
attending the auto show
lluslness nnd the auto show arc
tho attractions which brought Mm. J
J. S. Daltey. of Shasta View, to
town for a few days' stay
Mrs. H. K. AVIIson nnd children
visited at tho C It Short home Fri
day and Saturday.
C. V. Milter, who llrca on
AHSAl'1r AX1 llATTKHV
('IIA1U1K TO UK Tllli:i
An assault and battory charge
against Yen llasselborg will be
heard In the Justice court this after
noon. J. K. Harvey alleges that the
defendant, on March 16, set upon
him and kicked him llassrlberg
the J asked for n change of venue, which
Tomorrow luornlnK at 7 o'clock
0 A. Johnson will make the first
auto stage trip of the season to
MLt 11V IIO.lOI.AM.
1-ouln Iloagtand. local agent for
tho Dulck, ha Just closed contracts
for three Hulck sale. V (i West,
superintendent of tho Klamath
Agency, purchased a flvo-puinengcr
Olcno road, la In town, Tho auto 'was denied According to report
show and bustness aro rvaponslbto Hassolberg reproached Harvey tor
for this visit. I not paying mone"y alleged to be ow-
A. tC Goettache, of Grants Pats, ling, and resorted to violence
who have been visiting at tho homo)
of Mr. and Mrs, Joo Mooro, return Send Stage to Make
'TlTurTL ore.o J First Trip Tomorrow
rlcultursl college. Is visiting at tho
home of his aunt and Uncle, Mr and
Mr. Joe Moore.
John Martin, of the Acme garage,
has returned from Portland, where
he has been under the care of a
. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Walker, of
Dly. spent tho week end with Mr.
Walker's mother. Mrs. Addle JValk
or. Frank Applcgate Is In from Kla
math Agency, combining business
V. O. McGee. well known here as
a timber cruiser, has returned from
a two-days visit In Jackson and
Josephlno counties. He came In last
Air. and Mrs. . M Cunningham, of
1'lno Grove, arc here on buslnets.
C. D. Plum, ot tho Peppers-Cotton
Lumber company. Is In town and will
remain here a few days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jory, of Mid
land, transacted buslnest here Satur
day. Mr. Jory has leased a part of his
ranch to Mike Pudoff.
F. H. Turner, who formerly owned
the Nevada rooms, has purchased the
Helms apartments, the sale being
made through Chllcote & Smith. This
firm also reported the sale of a lot
on 11th street, adjoining the Vogle
property, by If, A. Christy to Arnold
G. Motscbenbacher. Mr. JloUehen
bacher will build a modern home
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Holmes of
Malin spent Sunday hero.
Carl Adams Is hero from the Ore
gon-Agricultural college visiting his
sisters. Norma and Francis Adams.
W. S. Hart, of Sacramento, who,
with bis brother, operatca a chain of
restaurants in tho west, is hero on
business connected with his local In
Hex Oord, well-known sheep man,
coturned Saturday evening from a
trip to Doston, New York and oth
er eastern wool markets, and a visit
to his Interests In Texas. There Is
little change In the eastern sltua
tlon as it affects sheep and wool,
One Charge Against
Decree In Court
house Case Filed
JudK" Hamilton's decree In the
courthouse en so, based on the man
date of tho miprcnte court, wnn tiled
In tho circuit court lato Saturday
The decree give J M Dougan Judg
ment for $92,674 911 nnd costs of
All money In the special court
house fund March '.'0. 1 1l S. or In1
process of collection for tho fund.1
or which may bo collected later, I
to be used to cover tho costs of
building a courthouse on lllork 3f
(the Main street courthouse) say '
tho decree. Tho effect of the de
cree In to make tho Mnln street
courthouoo tho legal seat or Kla
math county government
Aitmo)n tor Pougnn say that
ihvrv In In the special courthouse
fund, and returnable b tho county I
court from usee to whleh the money'
has been diverted, a total of $)-
000 to npply on the Judgment
i'iasTi:iti:us woiikim; o.
tw iuximi.m iiocm:.
Plasterer are nt work on the in
torlor of Mrs Fred (Irennon new
rooming house nt Fifth and Oak
streets There are IS rooms In tho
building which will noon be ready fir
Tire Co. Manager
Finds Business Good
II. II Hill, manager of tho San
Frnnclsco factory branch of tho Nor
Rend, tho road between here and. wa fire company, la In town on
that city having been opened up business with Charley Johnson Mr
sufficiently after tho winter snows n,u tellevea that by April 15 the
and slush to permit them to maku,tjr business will bo back to nor
he trip without difficulty The stage mai. rtnJ tht by August 1 them
will leave from the office of tho'Rj b,, a shortage of cord tires if
Central Auto Service. 109 North' not In all other . classes as well
Sixth streot. and the fare, ono way. j Head conditions, said Mr Hill, hsvo
will bo $16.20 Improved wonderfully In the Hacra-1
; menlo ennyon, and that hn drove1
TIIRKK HL'IC'K CARS If rnm II.l,ln nnnimnlr u.lr. !
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day In thre hours, which Is con-
siucreu good time even In inn best
weather for that trip
CKNHItAh MfiOKT Itl.TIIlKH
FROM TIIK AHMY HKUVItY.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 21
car. Henry Grim re a seven-passenger. Major General Hunter Liggett rotlr-
tourlng car to bo used on tho Ab-land-Klamath
Falls stage run, and
Gordon Qulmby bought a seven-passenger
touring car for Jitney service.
Speaking of the Rulck, it might
not be amiss to mention that this car
is one of tho most admired at tho
To Continue Week
So successful was the Catholic
Ladles exchange Friday and Satur
day that the ladles have decided to
contlnuo It throughout the present
week. Tea will be served uach after
noon from 2 to 4 o'clock The ex
change Is conducted In the assembly
ball at the corner of Klgbth and High
POLL TAX I WASHINGTON
IS FlVi: OOLLAH.S A IIKAD
ed today after i
years of military
OREGON Tonight and Tuesday,
An Invalid In Paris receive by air
service from London a dally supply
of a special kind of bread.
In the champagne district of
Franco whole villages have Iwon
standing for many years past of
which tho outside walls aro built of
nothing but chalk, obtained in the
excavating of the artificial
made for storing champagne
PI'ltKI.VH Kl'llMTI'ltK IIOI'Hi:
"Tlw Fumlihrr of Happy IlntiwV
OLYMPIA, Wash.. March 21
Governor Hart today slgnod a bill
Imposing five dollars annual poll tax
upon every person between tho agesj
of 21 ami r,0 years. Tho poll tax is'
calculated to raise a fund to rutlroi
the eleven million dollar soldier bon-j
as bond Issue. I
EiiC.H WAV DOWN.
PORTLAND, March 21. Whole-
aalors today were offering 20 cents a
PORTLAND, March. 21. The In
dictment against Fred S, Morris,
charging that he unlawfully aided
John L. Ethrldgo In obtaining natur
alization In 1918 by concealing Kth-1
erldge's prison record, was quashed
today by Federal Judge Dean, who
held that tho Indictment did not
charge a sufficient offense. I
dozen for eggs,
at 28 cents.
Retailers aro selling
Don't Miss the
Pick of the
RIG CROWD ATTENDS DANCK
AT TIIK COUNTY HOSPITAL '
Saturday night's dance at tho
county hospital wiped out the pool)
table Indebtedness, reports J. H. '
Short. Fifty-one dollars was tho rev1
enue of the dance, which was large-
ly .attended and an overwhelming
HUCceBH, A box lumheon was servod,
Mr. Short providing the coffee. Dm
plto the sizo of tho crowd there was
an abundance of food. It was lato
moraine before the last of the dan
Two weeks from now Mr. Short
Is planning another danco to wipe
out the deficit on the barber chair
A marriage-license was issued lo
Jtoderlckr A. Campbell, of this city,
ami Miss Mary Nowblll, or Portland,
lust Saturday, '
howing at the
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Your Easter Hat
"Top-Notchers" in Men's Spring Hats Now Ready
"KNOX" STETSON AND OTHER MAKES
I Hat Department
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Making a Window
Is a complicated and
Not long ago a lady nid to us, "you don't really
make windows in your mill do you?" Upon being told
that we did, she was much intcrstcd and expressed n
desire to sec just how it was done. A few days later
she came to the mill and saw a window made. Saw the
large rough boards surfaced to an exact thickness
saw the pieces ripped and cut to the exact length
saw the morticing and the tenoning done- saw them
moulded and put together and sanded smooth, all by
special machinery and all by Klamath Falls workmen
(many of whom spent part of their wages in her hus
bands store.) She followed the sash downstairs, saw
it oiled saw the glass cut and put in place -saw the
little zinc points driven in to hold it solidly saw the
putty run on smoothly and finally saw it put up in the
racks ready for the customers who
BUY MADE IN KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS ..
If you are interested in mechanics and machinery;
in seeing rough lumber turned into finished useful arti
cles, come to our mill, which is the home of "MADE
IN KLAMATH FALLS PRODUCTS" and we will be
pleased to show you and explain every process. .
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
Owned and Operated by Klamath Falls Business Men
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Human hair varies I nlciiKlli ac
cording to the moisture In tlm air
aurrouudluK It, and In many fuctorle
ii long hair, delicately suspended, Is '
tho essential fmiturn In apparatus for
ustlmatlnK the amount of inolsturo In i
gases, . '
NINETEEN AND PHYLLIS"
Ono of Ray'a most onjoyablo productions. You can
not help but enjoy this ono.
A TONNKHVIM.K TUOM.Y COMKDY
"THE DAUGHTER PAYS"
l lib EPISODE OF
THE LOST CITY"
1 stjawwsMsiMBMiiMs siiaiiis
H Compare tho new Rcrlpps
H Booth with other cars of Its
H class. Its prlco Is 8182S hero,
I KWAU.VA MOTOHS CO.
Bend Stage Line
Road to Bend now open, stages leave a
7 a. m. from
CENTRAL AUTO STATION
109 N. 6th -Street, near Main Phone 513
roIlTLANlf. March 31. Cattlo
firm, choice steers 18 and S8.IJ0:
I Jiokh higher, prlinii light hogs, $12
, und ?12. SO. rIioop weak; egg niarkat
demnrallwl, hulng price 20 cenjs;
No divorces nre (.'ranted 111 Boutli
Albert llroyson ;'wp)1,le
Myers, both of ""? "I
,,t Malln on Sunday- l'o J"'
known young pooplo. i(9
11.1 of friend. ior.wl"
upjn their marrUF' -
tho house l"" hul0 ;ilW.
tot t, tool lot t u