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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1921)
NAHIIVIM.E, Tiinn , March 25 -A
doliipldiitnd little IiiiIIiIIiik t
(Ireenovllle, In Eastern Tenni'soo, up.
oil tin) front o( which onrn hum: thn
ntgui "A. Johnson, Tailor," niul
'which wn tho pluco wliprn Andrew
Johnson, thn mini who siicnieded
Lincoln nn President of thn United
Btnto, began hln business career,
probably will ho bought and pre
served by tho Htnto of Toiini'snon.
A lilll now Is ponding In thn Ten
nessee Legislature) providing for thn
purchase of thu t ultillnn and Kh
maintenance an 11 Htnto rullc Hu pic
turn linn adorned Tennessee hlstorlen
fur year hut thn C'omijionyonUh ha
Im'oii slow to tnku step to prnnorvo
Thn llttlo tnltnr shop stands nt thu
corner of Kant Depot it ml College
street In thn sleepy llttln town wlmra
Johnson, who was horn In Knlolgh,
N. 0.. emigrated nt dm ago of eigh
teen. HnvInK served hln approntliti
ship to a tnllor. Johnson opened hli
tint nhop In (Irronvlllo. After n year
lin w married to Minn Eliza lie
Cardoll to whoso lot It fll to tench
liar young husband to write mid un
dortako other educational prollmln
nrloi as Johimon know only his lat
ter whim ha became head of his own
homo, having never ntlondeil nchnol
n ilny In hln life.
Johnson' polltlcnl rumor began nn
alderman of Orrctinvllln Ho thun
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, MARCH, 2H, 1021.
"OVKIt.NOR TO ATTUNII
t'AL. (1, A. It, t'A.UP.
STOCKTON, Cnl, Mflrt-li 28 -lov-trnor
Wllllmn I), Blenheim him pro
iiiIhuiI to iittoiul the li)2 encamp
meiit of thn (Jrmiil Army of the Hn
pnbllr innmliurH of Cnllfornhi mid
Nevada to ho held hern In Mny, Or
ganization affiliated with thn (J. A
It. will iilmi meet hnrn lit thn nuimj
Assistant Adjutant (leiiornl 13. I.,
Hawk of thn (1 A. It who In doltiK
much of thn preliminary minunpmunt
work Iiiih predicted that Htockton will
have thn largest enrnmpmniit nvor
held In thn ntiito,
T I. Htnnlny, secretary of the Kin
ninth county Chamber of Coimnnrcin
In representing thin county nt thn
week' short course for necrotnrlen of
thn ntntn'N cominnrrlnl bodies, which
opens at thn University of OrcRtin to
day rlpoclallntn In community IiiiIIiI
Iiik ulll address thn gnlhcrliig, which
In attended by offlcurn of civic org
anltallonn from nil partn of thn
Among speakers listed nru Dr. W.
J lllndley, of Hpokniio, Washington,
director of thn Wnslflngton Itetull
Merchuntn association; George A.
Mansfield, prenldent of thn Htnto org
anization of farm hurnnun; (leorgo
Quayln, general secretary of thu Btntn
Chamber of Coinmerco; Norman F.
Coleman, president of the l-oynl I.o-
Klon of Logger and Lumbermen; A
STARTS APRIL S
ntuuiHMiii in i ihhmiii aiu inuit i m.
scrvod nn mayor, wan elected to thn C l-'luni, general superintendent of
lower house of the legislature, then
Into senator, afterword to Cungruss,
bornma governor of Tennesson sorv
In two terniH, United Stule senator,
military governor of Tennessee, wan
elected an vice pronldnnt of thn Unit
ed States and hornmn I'rcnldent upon
tho death of Lincoln llln flnnl politi
cal office wnn thnt as t'nltod Hlntes
Senator from Tennessee.
Johnion, while governor of Ten
nessee, once resumed hln vocational
Implements, lie hnd formed n strong
the Eugene Wutor llourd. und El
tin K Lawrence, dean of thu uni
versity hcIiooI of nrchltecttirn.
A fenturn of one avcnlliR will bo
thn hIiowIiik of tho film Tha Land
of llurnt Out Klr," producod hy
thn Klnuinlh Chninhnr of Co nunc rep,
and a mil of colored hIIiIoi on Wnllo
n county mailn up hy tho Chnmhor
of Coinmerco there In connection
with Ih mo picture". Alfred I'ownrn,
In rliurKn of thu vlnual i-onntriictlon
nervlcu of thn unlvenlty, will explain
tho opportunity for using nllilen and
frlHtiflfltilll In flln Tnnniluitiit lrrlnla
turn for W. W. IVpper. of H.rlnK-' ",, ln Pwnioilon nnd educntlonnl
........ vum oi v nnniiirrii oi oiiiuierri-.
field, a Rtaiioch WIiIr and once n
hlackimllh. Doplln their Irreconcl
nlilo political creed the pnmonnl re
lations of Johnson mid I'uppor weru
extremely rordtal. I'eper liecnme
JuiUn of the seventh Judlrlnl district
In 1854 noil after u visit to Johnson,
then governor, set nhout mnktiiR a
present to Ills friend, fnshlnnltiR n
shovel which ho sent wlj,h a note ex
plaining It was lutunJod as a mem
ento to a friendship that was proof
against alt political differences,
Johnson, to show his appreciation
of tho token, took up hln scissors
and needle nnd mndn n handsome
tiA.ivf.r rlnlli rnnl wlileh tut nrisHil i
anil sent to Topper It was a splendid
pleco of workmnnnhlp, probably tho
last of tho kind of work Johnson over
did, and exists to this dny, tho prop
erly of W. W. Popper of Hprlngflold.
Judgn Topper's only surviving son.
Tho coat was, mndo about cloven
yearn hoforo .Johnson entered tho
White House nnd tho movement to
pretarvo hi old tailor shop In
nrcennvlllo by Leglslatlvo enactment
hns revived that story of tho tnllor
president. X '
Shows 1920 Gain
CIIICAOO, III., March 25. Tho
Methodist Kplscopnl Chiirsh mndo n
net gain of lDl.&li9 membors In
' 191U-20, and 01,237 In Sundny
Hchool onrollment, according to n
- statement Issued today by tho Com
mittee on Conservation and Advunco,
from statistic gathered by Dr. Ollv
or.B. Ilakotol of Now York, for tho
(lenoral Minutes of tho Church. It
raised 100,831 for all purposos; of
which tho pastor rocolvod $21,944,
013, tho district superintendents $1,
369,221, tho bishops $314,080, nnd
tho rotlrod minister $1,300,409.
Now church and pnrsonngo building
nnd Improvement took $10,C5R,179.
Debts to tho extent of $4,020,790
woro paid. Current oxponses usod, up
amounted to $11,210,830, For tho
Contonnry nnd bonovolonco Includ
ing tho rocolpt of tho two woman's
Boclotlos $20,005,727 was provided.
Travollng proncher: on trial, 1,
726; offoctlvo, 14,529; suporoumor
ary, 642; retired, 3,537; total, 18,:
708; an Incroasa of 147. During tho
year 372 dlod and 280 locntod,
The total paid for ministerial bup
port wns $24,989,323, a gain of $3,
098,199, or 14 per cent.
Church membership: Baptisms,
180,561 (Increase 44,627)T children
fciptlaed, 163,601 (Increase 29,046);
preparatory members received 316,
907 (lncreas'138,490); full mem
ber oif roll, 3,948,409 (Increase
162,490): total momborihlp 4,393,-
"The short con mo Is doslgneil es
pecially for the smaller cities and
towns of tho slate," unld Dcnn Ttob
bins. "A consldernblo jmrt of tho
progrnm Is dnvotcd to tho relation of
tho Chamber of Co in mo re o nnd the
meeting. V. A. Held, chnlruinn of
tho Mnrshfleld Chnmhor of Cont
merce, will glvn n demonstration how
a board of director meeting should
day hero, going homo this morning.
Mr. L. K. Wado, who tenchon
school at Word on, left for thnt
plnco this morning after spending
Raster Sunday hero.
988 (Increaso 191,959). Donths, 50,
183 (docrensa 22,583).
Sunday schools j number of schools
35,871 '(Increase 451); cfflcora and
teachers, 392100 (decrease 1,099);
enrollment, 4,414,472 Increaso 91,-237).
ON BIG TRACT
Two carload of mint root for
Plantltu; on tho Caledonia Marsh will
nrrlvo tonight from tho Wlllninottn
vnlloy. It I Just ono year ago to
day Hinco tho flrt car of mint root
for demonstration work wan brought
In from tho Wlllnmntto vnlloy mint
fields by tho l'jiclflc Const Mint
company. Tho result woro so sntl
factory that tho I'aclflo Coast Mint
company and tho Klamath Mint com
pany, owners of tho 4000 aero tract
on thn Caledonia marsh, aro now on
gnged In mint production on a whole
Kvorythlng I In rondlnes for
starting with spring planting about
April 5th, nnd all told It I oxpoct-
vd thnt nt Innst 500 acres will bo In
mint on this tract hy May 16th. In
addition, over 500 ncren will bo flood
ed to grnln.
Although Jt hnn been n rathor wot
season for marsh lands, thoro I
practlcnlly no wntor on tho Pacific
Const Mint company' tract at this
tlmo, nnd work will start n good deal
cnrllcr this year. To facilitate dnln
oarllor this year. To facilitate drain
ago tho compnny Instnlled a largo
pump on March 1st, for handling any
Tho Cnlodonla mnrsh will bo tho
scene or nomo Interesting work this
year, for those who aro unfnmlllnr
with tho mint growing Industry, and
already a largo number of people
from the Wlllnmntto volley havo ilef
Inltely stated that they woro coming
hero to view tho mint land with tho
oxpoctatlon of making somo perman
Nole: A crow of between 15 and
20 men will bo employed regularly
In mint work 'starting April 1st, nnd
whon wo havo reached tho maximum
production on tho Caledonia tract, It
I expected that It will require a forco
of from 75 to 80 to properly linmllo
this work. Two largo distilleries aro
now bolng manufactured for handling
this yonr'H crop.
TO SERVE 3 YEARS
Father Dominic of Dublin,
haplaln to tho late Lord Mayor
MncSwIncy, was sentenced to flvo
years In Jail by a court-martial
tin a chargo of possessing sedi
tious literature Two year wcro
Merrill Flume Job
Let to W. D. Miller
Tho United States Reclamation
sorvlco hns awardod n contract to
W. D. Miller for tho delivery of
2500 yards of crushed rock, which
will bo used In tho construction cf
tho government Irrigation flu mo this
sldo of Merrill.
Thu W, I). Miller company has
also begun tho construction of a con
croto half-basomont under tho Wool
worth Htoro In tho Wllllts block. This
work will lo finished about Wednes
day, and tho construction crow will
Immediately transfer It nctlvltles to
tho Scandinavian Hall under which
a full concrete basement will bo
Horonftor Tho Herald will publish
tho mean and maximum tempora
turos and precipitation rocord as tak
on by tho U. S. Hoclamatlon sorvlco
tntlon. Publication wilt cover the
day previous to the papor'i Issuo, up
lo o o'clock or tno day,
A Miller, engineer for the
Southern Pacific, loft for Portland
today on baslness.
Max. Mln. clpltatlon
Mar 1 60 35
Jar 2 .. 68 34
Mar 3 ........ 65 35
Mar 4 02 40 11
Mar 6 50 38 35
Mar C , 48 34
Mnr 7 ' SO 27
Mar 8 52 29
Mar 9... 58 26
tnr. 10 55 37
Mar. 11 5.7 32
Mar J 2 54 .24
Mar 13 48 3G 02
Mar 14 49 32
Mar 16 48 37
Mar 17 . ' 61 39 17
Mar 17. 67 36 02
Mar 18 40 31 24
Mar 19 43 26 01
Mar 20 47 28
Mar 21 42 32 03
Mar 32 4G 30
Mar 23 40 27
Mar 24 51 34
Mar 25 45 29
Mar 20 22
Mar 27 26
Aftor spending a few days horo
on business and pleasure combined,
George Mosorvo loft for his homo
In LcQrando this morning. .
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS" BY ALMAN
Another Way to Make 'Em Shorter
VM TOW AND HELEN IN515T THAT ' D0 Xm HI TTagiCL MM AS wmi bp
W) CUTAMV MORE OPF TMe BOTTOM 1M W i?l?U., fl5 WClL BE feJ;
WX OPTHI5 DPeas BUT IBElltVEIT , ($, Jl I ' DEAD AS OUT OF DATE )fAi:
',' 'N could de a urue shortcr! 'Pim li 1 V NOWADAYS! Ity
piqjA all JsL&Ldkw
inifl S WELL. I 5EE VOU CUT ") w-v--jtttttqavt.' '
JL I THIHK TMI5 WILL WORK! 1 VOUB DPC5S 5H0BTEI2 )r7rrriZr ,
T ' ' I OUT ALL RIGHT AND TWEV )W$ W SPITE OP WHAT! f ' gfff.Wj ,T lW4
DULL TIlACTOIt nnd Two-Gang
Plow, will bo sold by tho Sheriff
on Thursday, March 31, at 2 p. in,,
King ft Woodard blncksmlth shop,
Cth & Willow, Klamath Kails. Good
condition. Mny bo seen at King &
Woodard shop. Or will soil at prlvnto
salo. Boa W. A. Wlost, attorney for
KOIt HUNT 2-two room apartmonl
nnd 1 ono room npnrtmont Also
3 sleeping rooms. 812 Oak St. 26-28
LOST An alabaster rosary Please
return to Herald office. 26-31
FOn IlENT 3 rooms, unfurnlshod,
hot and cold wator, bath, $10
month. No children. Also harness,
chains, otc. for salo. 738 California
FOR 8ALB 60 ton of A-l timothy
alfalfa hay, 3 mile from town.
Boo Stiles Dros. at Kzell Ranch.
FARM FOR RENT-Near town. Ap
ply P. C. Carlson. Uox 186, K. F.
: ; ; ., 'FOR BALE 480 ncros grazing land
Man and wlfo want work, wife as; on Upper Klnmoth Mnrsh, partly
cook for ml I or camp nnd man for focod( sood ,)arn co x G0 an(, .
general work. Addross O. U. Herald ra)g( dnop wo)I n)g0 runnng; WBtor
offlco- 29ml j through ploco. Will prlco right. Dy
. 'lownor. Lock bor No 31, Merrill, Ore.
FOR HAI.K 1 Oft. Monitor drill, 1 1 22-28
6 ft. McCormlck rcapor. F. n
Hcchdoldt, Ilonanin, Ore. 22-28 NOTICP
FOR SALE-Rango. heater, living I nllN.ot'c ' "? Ben that the an-
room, dining room, kitchen nnd K?1,""?; tt "nLMT.M
bedroom furniture used but fow I L1l(,5VIam5 I?,'naB ,?l,,tr,ct ,wl
months. Cnll Sunday 11 to 5 o'clock ? ft h J?1r.f'ca,0JL11'1" s,e,cr12tar3r
or Monday ovonlng-J. II. Laughton. J nC0Urt,5T 5l JC,.,i!nBi5.f J1"'
House 29. I'ollcan City. 26-28 0froMan' hon ,W2 j I??? wS-l0? t
FOR SALE Block Phono 483M.if hl ItLmli'
. r v nuihrin ?c.n nt which tlmo there will bo elected
j. .n. outnno. Z6 -s ono gnporT,SOI. t0 gorvo for th8 na
FOR RENT Sleeping room, ono I ' A""0 e0"i " u'hlt.Iif r ?u'-
block from Whim Pnllean Hotel. , V".' """:""" "'"' ""
Spring Is coming on and you havo
tho houso clearing bug. Well, I havo
git It, toot Let's get togothor.
PKRKINH FURNITURE HOL'H!'
"Tlio Furnisher of Happy Homes"
WANTED Blcyclo, must bo cheap
for cash, nnd In good condition. E.
T. Luddon, Tol. 300. 25-27
DHES8MAKINO First class work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, No. 2
Main St. 24-7
WANTED Oood ranch hand for tho
season, for sale, loo hoad or
beforo said mooting.
FOR BALE Timber claim. Cheap
for cash. Torms 4f desired. Mrs.
Nolllo Wall. 1610 Crescent Are.
CITY OARBAOE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
Frost may kill your whoat ani
rot your pumpkins, or you may lose
your job, but tho grocery bill will
kcip right on. Saro yourself this
worry and bo Independent "by buying
our Barron-Tnncred Whlto Leghorn
stock cattlo. Inqulro of II. J. Tick-, chicks at I12.B0 nor too. anTonr ft
nor. Phono Lnngell Vnlloy, Oro. week old pullot for July delivery
2-28 I at $12.00 por dozen." They will be
..,. n ... T7 ! ,nJ,'nB In Septombor and stay on tho
CHEAP FOR CASH A 5 passenger) Job nU wlnt0r. and you'll be handing
-""-" - -- "-' . juur Krocer ckks ai ic cacn. ana no
Durbln, K. K. K. store.
will bo soon bo owing you. Order
book Is filling fast, so order earlr.
FOR SALE Singer sowing machine, I Dollvery any time after April 20.
late model, In excellent condition .JIAYWOOD POULTRY FARM
at a bargain prlco, Inqulro 232 So. J Corning, Calif.
Sixth. 24-27 13-10-6-1
Best Nevada awcet clover and
alfalfa, 16c, F. O. B. 'Fallon.
By parcel post.
A. E. ORINNELL FALLON,
7ake Home d De?en
Tho Rev. E, J. Bulgln, evangelist,
opened his month's sorles of revival
moetlngs last night, his audlonco fill
ing tho Pine atroet taborlraclo.
Tho ronllty of resurrection was
tho themo of tho sermon. Tho
ovangollst presented his argument
forcefully, with an lntersporsal of
nnocdoto that scorned to ploaso tho
audlonco as they responded with
laughter and applause.
Tho "great choir, advertised to con
tain 350 voices, under the direction
of the Rev. Robert Lewis, showed,
in woll blended vocV etfocts, tho
good result of th week's training.
This week, t trad announced, Is
"Church Week" at the tabernacl.
Tonight Is Presbyterian night; to
morrow, Christian night; Wednesday,
;; Is the time to get "
:: " ::
-out -yout -Spring::
; clothes and have ' '
them cleaned and ',',
D. & M. Cleaning
Offlco Cth and Main Phono SO
Work 23 Commercial St.
Methodist night, and Thursday
night Baptist night. A spocial 'sec
tion of scats will bo roserved for tho
different congregations on tholr spe
Kitts Mill Will
Start Next Week
The Kltts Bawmlll, near Dairy,' will
start about April 1st, W. IT. Kltti
announces, with virtually a full crew.
The mill employs about 25 men. This
is the fourth season of the mill's op
eration. "Wljlle the market Is dull at pre
sent," said Mr. Kltts, "we have a
quantityof legs: on, band to n-ork up
and I look tor., a revival of buying
within a few weeks' that will keep ui
going steadily all season."