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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1921)
MONDAY, MARCH, 28, 11)21.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
NEW TOWN TO
DOHRIS, Col., Mnrch 28 Till
valley cnn soon boast of n now town
which will ho thoroughly modem ntul
up-to-dato In ovory respect with n
purely Industrlnl population of near
ly n thousand. Tlio new town will ho
cnllcd Gnrncr City, receiving Its nnmo
from its proximity to Garner Moun-
tnln, olght miles south and cast of
Ilrny on tho lino of tho California
Northwestern railroad, from which
rallrond a lino will bo extended to
tho llttlo lumber city.
Tho now town Is bolng built by tho
Weed Lumber company for tho pur
pose nf logging n vast tract of timber
owned by thorn In that section. Gar
ner City will bo equipped with nil
tho necessary buildings, Including
school houses, n city halt snd other
Tho Inhabitants will consist of the
necessary offlco employes and woods
men for tho maintenance of n large
logging camp. No lumber will bo ww
ed at Garner City But tho timber
will bo shipped to Weed whoro tho
Company's mill is located.
Hoy Durbln, who Is Interested In
tho K. K, K. storo at Klamath Palls,
spent a day hero last wcok nttotuMng
to matters of business .
Farmers near Dorrls arc actlvo In
tho preparation for spring farming.
Prom tho standpoint of molsturo tho
soil Is In better condition than It has
been for flvo years which fact ac
counts for wholesalo optimism.
Farmers nro going ahead this spring
with mora confldcnco nnd on a, larg
er scalo than over despite tho depres
sion In financial circles. Numerous
tractors nro coming Into tho valley
with tho result that more ncreage
will bo turned and seeded to grains
this year than In previous seasons.
HOSPITAL HEADY FOR
WAR VETERANS APR. IS
HELENA, Mont., March 28. Dr.
T. D. Tuttle, commander at Fort
Harrison hero, has Informed tho
United States public health servlco
chief that It requisitions nro hon
ored prompotly tho rehabilitation
hospital at tho post for world war
veterans will bo ready for uso by
April 15 with 107 beds. Dr. Tut
tlo who was formerly secretary of
tho Montana state board of health,
arrived hero recently to tako cbargo
at the hospital. '
WAItSAW, March 5, (Dy Mall).
Polish statosmen aro trying to find
a way to build up a fleet of merchant
vessels to ply tho soven boos. Pushed
back from tho salt water when Po
land lest her Independence and was
partitioned by Prussia, Russia and
Austria, tho now republic, by tho
treaty of Versailles, was grantod an
outlet to tho Ilaltlc.
Tho Polish government is aiding
tho privato concerns to finance the
operation of several vessols plying
chlofly between English, French nnd
Holland ports. Other firms aro ex
tending tho servlco to America. Po
land's Ministry of War has Just pur
chased four monitors as tho founda
tion of tho Vistula fleet. Six torpedo
boats, assigned to Poland by the
council of ambassadors, forraorly
having been a part of Gormnny'a na
val forces, aro now undergolni; re
pairs in England.
A navy bureau of tho Ministry cf
Trade and Industry has boon formed
by tho Polish government and a na
val school Iiub boon established at
Tchof, or Tczow (Polish spoiling) on
tho Vistula, Just outsldo tho limits
of tho freo city of Danzig. Tim
course of tho academy Is to bo con
ducted along lines of modern Eng
lish navtil schools, an English naval
mission having spent soma tlmo In
Poland assisting tho now government
In Inaugurating its program.
TRAPS II PANTHERS.
LIDDY, Mont., Mnrch 28. Boh
Bakkor, local mountain lion catcher
and guldo, has brought his season's
catch of lions up to 14, all taken
alive, Tho last catch wan a female
and threo cubs. Bakker sends them
to zoos lu various' parts pf tho coun
Ministers, It is understood, will bo
permitted to buy -wine. Moral, get
yourself a minister friend.
Lawn and Garden Seed
"I havo actually gained twenty
flvo pounds nnd t Just think Tnnlac
Is tho grnndest mcdlclno In tho
world," Bnld Mrs. Hobort O. Key,
nolds, 127 North Denver St., Kansas
"For ten long years I sufforod
from a very had for mot rhoumntlsm,
stomach and nervous troubles. My np-
pctlto wns very poor. What llttlo I j
(did cat soured on my stomach and I j
Buffered tho most sovcro pains In myj
dock, nips ami siiouiucrs. .My niou-1
mntlsm was so bad that I could not
rnlso my hands to comb my hair and
my arms hurt mo to my finger tips.
I becamo so weal nnd run down that
I lost nil my energy and life become
almost n burden. I tried many things
but notlilnp helped mo.
"I had only taken my first bottle
of Tnnlac when I noticed my nppotlto
wns Improving and I could sleep bet
ter at night. I havo taken threo bot-i
ties and tho way It has helped mo'
and built mo up Is really astonish
Ing. t cnn oat nnythlng ntid ovorj'
thing without tho slightest disagree
able after-effects. I sleep Just flnoj
at night nnd nm In better health thnnj
I havo been for cnrs. I am glad to
glvo this statement, hoping that any!
who aro suffering ns I did may ox
porlcnco tho samo wonderful results,
which I bcllovo they will If they glvo
Tnnlac a fair trial."
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls
by Star Drg Co., In Lorella by James
Merc. Co., and In Merrill by South
ern Oregon Drug Co., at Modoc Point,
E. A. Sutton & Son, at Dairy, W. E.
Bandit Bands Vex
Holy Land Police
JERUSALEM, March 3. (By Mall)
Bandits havo flourished id the
Holy Innd as well as In other parts
of the world slnco tho beginning of
tho war. Tho pollco nro now trying to
put an end to their activities.
Abdul Hadl Knha, tho notorious
outlaw leader, who Is said to have
soernl murders to hid own personal
credit, was shot nnd killed at Zlchron
Jaob recently whlto attempting with
several companions to cscapo arrest.
Tho Galileo district pollco. In co
operation with tho authorities of AJ
lun, successfully attacked tho Spcl
tan section of Mu do Ira's gang of ban
dits at Kafr Abll and captured sever
al of them. Mudelrn himself is a fugi
tive on the other side of tho Jordan
and It is believed that his followers
OFFICERS ON SNOW SHOES
HAVK LONG MAN HUNT
DILLINGS, Mont., March 28. A
thrilling chase, part of tho tlmo
en snow shoes. In tho wilds of tho
Upper Gallatin rlvor, has just been
'concluded by A. T. Holmes, deputy
gamo warden lioro and Doputy
Frank Marshall of Threo Forks.
lalLw.ft' 4- 34 wv4-fcw4-kfra. ' I aA Ktr I nnrlnn
TUer TRDUP,Lt fOU'iC ftltSGB 4lMT
PQb-.Ii)tii(:T) .AIMD 'RlGOT CTI 1 IT'S MCRY
pLAlH THAT YOUR MIKITY "DOC'S NOT "RON
J tAjlTVI nNs
SHORT Dl ST-ArsiC.es, j, &--:.:; 23-
GUY GARRETT, Mgr.
Transient $1.00, up
Weekly $5.00, up
all the latest news
They woro after two oik teeth hunt
ors, and whlto they did not succood
In taking tho men thoy aro believed
to have driven them out of tho
This section is almost trackless
Una with tho snow 40 Inchos doop
on tho level, pursuit was slow. Tho
wardons say many herds of oik,
Horn o of them as high ns ISO head.
Will Be Inspected
(Herald WaMilngton Bureau)
WASHINGTON, March 28. With
In a few weeks Director Davis of tho
reclamation servlco will havo on tho
grounds the commltteo of Inspection
for tho Deschutes Irrigation project
for which 400,000 was appropria
ted In tho sundry civil bill after
Roprosontatlvo Slnnott mado a suc
cessful fight. Tho porsonrie! of this
commltteo for Inspection and pre
liminary survoy Is tentatively as
j follews: Colonel Cavanagh, United
States engineers, rcproaont tho wa
iter power commission; F. F. Hen
'shaf, of tho geological survey, who
Isomo yoars ago co-oporatcd with
City Englneor Lewis In proparliiK nn
ioxbnustlvo roport on this project;
' F. W. Hanna, engineer of tho ro-
.clamatlon servlco, and O. C. Henry
of Portland, a woll-known engineer
Interested In tho Irrigation and ro
Klamatk Lodge No. 137
L O. O. F.
Meots Friday night of each weok at
I. 0.0. F. hall, 6th and Main strooU
I H. H. Oglo N. 0.
Chas. Nowman ...................V. 0.
10. D, Manguo ......... .............Secy.
W. D. Cofar . ................Treas.
J. H. Houston ... ...........C. P.
II. V. nrown ..... ...............8. W.
L. J. McCluro Scribe
1 H. J. Mayer ...Treasurer
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION!
Klamath Post No. 8,
Amorlcan Legion meets
at tho City Hall on tho
first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Kx-scrvlco men are Invited to at
tond tho meetings.
I For membership cards or Informa
tion ox-sorvlco men aro rcquestod to
soo or wrlto tho following efficers:
J. II. Cnrnaban, Commander.
Roy N. Fouch, Post Adjutant.
For rollof of employment soo or
wrlto the Chairman of Tho Rollof and
Employment Commlttoo, Francis
Olds, caro Lakcsldo Lumber com
pany. MINERAL BATHS
Dr. Maud Ingersoll Rawle
First National Bank Building
laatroctloaa la Piano Flaying by
Expert of Many Year'
Apt. 9, HelBU Apj.
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE 54IMV
Dr. Im)Ih 0. llrldges
Ovor First Stale and Savings Hank
Quito 105 Phono 102-J
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of nny kind.
No Job too largo or too small.
Estimates furnished freo of
Tnko out tVlliirn or Fill In I)ta
1S17 Mortimer St.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet l
Phone 477W I
Eleventh and Pine
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &
1 Failing, we are now
prepared to move
! houses or other heavy
Washburn & Houston
aOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUIl PRICKS ItiailT
Wo Buy, Sell nnd Kxchango.
Cor. Sixth unil Klnmatb Avo,
rick's .m oo. .
Practical painting, gliding, brum
Ing, onnmullng, knlsomlnlng, wall
paper cleaning uud gcnurul ion
II. ft TUTHILL
Phono 183 &2S Oak St
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Dud
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PHK8HINO AN1
RF.PAim.NO WILL MAKE VOCH
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for and Delivered
431 Main Street Klaiuntb Fall.
IKT US DO YOUR COLLECTING
A number of business houses aro
saving tho tlmo of tliolr bookkeepers
nnd Individual collectors by letting
us colloct tliolr monthly bills. It Is
tho modorn mothod. It cuts down
your overhead. Got your bills ready
nnd wo will do tlio rest,
MRS. T. II. JOLLY ..Olh and Main
Ovor Sugnrman'e storo. Phono 320W
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo aro horo to sorve you, and
aim to sorvo you right, Motorcycloi
and DIcyclos. Parts and Aoessorlos,
Tiros and Tubes, that will stand
your Inspection, as wo carry the
boat In our line. Repair shop In
connection with Harloy-Davldson
1010 Main St. Klamath PalU
O. E, IIISMARK
PELICAN HAY DUS
Faro 26c each way
Loaves Itez Cafo Loaves Pollcan City
7:46 a. m. 8:00 a. to.
12:45 p. m. 1:00 p, m.
6:00 p. m. . 5:30 p. m.
Iteckard Rent Servlco
Shampooing, marcellng, massag
ing, manicuring. For appointments,
phono 306, Whlto Pollcan Hotel.
DR. & A. MASSEY
Fourth nd Pine OU.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Oft. Phono 407 Ros. Phone IIM
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND HCRGBOW
I. O. O. V. RalldlBg
Reildenco White Pelleaa HoUl
Residence Phone I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAItllKN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 41)7 Night Phone, MM
uiucd uuuu in n hub Aim
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
t mamain mil uniun
! DR. F. R GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0. 0. F. Templo
PHYSICIAN AND HURGBOR
Rooms 1 aa4
L. D. Gass, M. D.
KYK, EAR, NOME AND THROAT
Wnrren Hunt Hospital Phone 407
Rix. Whlto Pellrnii Hold. Phono B
Dr. E. G. Witecanrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
.M. '.- .iisMiWH
UR. C. A. RAMIIO
L O. O. P. Balldfaf,
Loorak Dldg., Klamath rail
OFFICE OVER UNDERWOOD'S
Phone 080-J. Seventh A Kate
r . . .. in
J. O. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
Phono 102J 133 S. Rlvorsldo
SAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Designer and builder of mod
ern saw mills, plnnlog ntUIs a4
Ikji planta. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near S. I. Depot
Let us mako you a price on dig
ging that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We also
do team work of ovory description.
124 So. Sixth St