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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1921)
FRIDAY, A I'M I. 8, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Office Crt)
OoUl, We Never Tliot O' Truit
Satd, Simple Luko Llnd,
"What do you supposo
Decomcs of tho wind
When no loriRcr It blow.
Why Uio Credit Man Turned Palo
"Dear Sir: I got your lottor
bout my account please bo patient
I will pay you It this was Judgment
day and you was no mora preparod
lo meet your God than I am to pay
your bill you would bo suro to go
to bell. Oood bye."
A vcgotnblo Bocd In tbo hotbed Is
worth a whole packago In your
mlA-wlntcr garden dreams.
In Methuselah In the Audience
(Phoenix (Ariz.) Republican)
A refined up-to-dato middle-aged
lady (No health seeker) who has
located permanently In Phoonlx, de
sires to meet a gentleman of like
qualities; no ago limit. Dox 24Z.
Of courso It's too lato in the day
to mention It. Dut wouldn't this
hare been a pip of an ad lino for a
distillery. Tour Noso Glows."
Bob Robertson has observed that
up to the present date nobody has
been caught bringing whisky Into
Klamath Falls by means of a camel.
A high-brow magazine say sthat
Thomas A. Edison eays "that he
doesn't caro what tlmo It la." We
wonder if he'd be Interested In a
secondhand dollar watch. We'vo got
one that orta suit him.
A married woman asked her hus
band the other day If he thought It
was alright for her to kiss another
man. Now, I'd say that this woman
had plenty of nerve.
Possum dog out in Dallas, Texas,
county treed 18 quarts of moonshine
liquor, Anstln Hayden want to
know the price of the dog.
Maybe tho secondhand auto busi
ness Is poor hut there always seems
to be a market for used baby car
Once tho rich American went to
Europe to get culture, and now the
cultured Europeans come to Amor
lea to get rich.
Modern literature will not attain
Us full flower until some naturalist
will write a book cencerning: Wild
Women I Have Known."
Tho people who claim the dollar
Is worth only 5c, are probably not
patronizing advertised stores.
Jazz music, Eleanor, affects young
nd old alike. We beard of an lady
In her 92nd year who was cured of
rheumatism when tbo family bought
a Vlctrola (adv.) .She now plans to
give dancing lessons.
Woman eally means It when she
aays the baby Is pretty; the man,
when he says it, wants to be diplo
matic. Even In Heaven
We supposo even In heaven, a
plumber will stop the roll call long
enough to go back to the office and'
get his wrench.
Wassamattor? Have a puncture?
Naw, can't yer see I'm Just cbangln'
air in tbo tires.
REDLANDS, Col, Apr. 7. Paleon
tologists are preparing for an exped
ition into the Moreno Hills, near here
following announcement that fossils
of a two and ihreetood horse have
been found in a mountainous canyon
there. The discovery was made by
two prospectors and the fossils, to
gether with bones of a camel of pre
historic origin havo been sent to tho
Smithsonian Institute. These horses,
according to William A. Dryan, cur
tor of the Los Angeles Museum pt
History, 'Science and Art, are be
tween 100,000. and 200,000 years old,
living prior- to the Pleistocene age.
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If you nave something 70a don't
need sol It through, the classified
columns of The HeraM.
llcrnlil Washington iturcmi
WASHINGTON, April S. Within
a fow weeks tho exodus or city dwell
ers to tho nrent outdoors will begin,
and tho National Park Borvlco an
nounces tho following dates for tliu
opening of nntlonnl parks:
Crater l.nko park, Oregon, July li
to September 30.
General Grant Park, Cnllfornln.
May 24 to October 10.
Glnclor park, Montana, Juno K to
Lassen Volcanic park, California,
Juno 1 to Scptombcr 15.
Mesa Vcrdo park, Colorado, May 1
to November 1.
Mount Ranlor, Washington, Juno
16 to Soptomber 15.
Rocky Mountnln Park. Juno 15 to
Sequoia park, California. May 21
to Octobor 10.
Wind Cavo park, South Dakota,
Juno 1 to Septcmbor 30.
Tollowstono park, Wyoming, Juno
20 to September 5.
Zlon park, Utah, May 15 to Novem
Open All Year
Grand Canyon park, Arizona; Ha
waii park. Territory of Hawaii; Hot
Springs, Arkansas; Lafayette park,
Maine, and Yosemlto park, Califor
nia nro opon throughout tho year.
Officials of tho park service bo
llevo that this wilt bo ono of the
greatest tourist years In tho history
of tho country and particularly will
tho travol by automobllo bo evon
greater than In years past. With tho!
organization of a company with ado-'
quato capital to provldo travclorst
with all comforts at Crater Lake.
urcgon will begin to gct.lts slinro of
the tourist travel, and this connect
ing link In tho chain of national
parks will bo as Interesting and
comfortable as Yollowstone or Yoso
mite. With tho good roads development
in Oregon, theso tourists of Yollow
stone park, Mount Rainier and Gla
cier park all naturally will want to
see the beauties of Crater Lake.
Yellowwtono Has Animals
One of the questions moro often
asked by people contemplating a trip
to one of tbo national parks, Is
"Where can we see tho most wild
animals" and the answer to this ques
tion Is found In tho annual report of
the director of the national park ser-
vice, which tolls tho tale of animal j
life In the Yellowstono park section.
The wild herd of buffalo ranging
in tbo Pelican valley contains well
over a hundred head. Tho tamo herd,
so-called because they are fed bay
during tho winter months, totals 442
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animals. This herd ranges In tho La
mar lllvor Valley and tourists who
make, the nlclo trip to tho buffalo
farm may easily vlow tho hord.
About 200 mountain or big horn
sheep make tho Yeltowstono their
homo. Tho park superintendent con
siders tho antolopo situation sorlous;
only 300 head of antolopo nro loft.
An antolopo will not brood In captlv-.
Ity and zoological gardens cannot
maintain tho ones thoy havo, It Is cs
contlal that tho Yellowstono herd Is
wisely cared tor If tho extermination
of the pronghorn Is to bo prevented.
Klk Are Power
Ttiero nro 800 mooso In tho park,
which rango In tho uppor valley of
tho YollowBtono river and In tho
Kails River basin In tho southwestern
corner of tho park.
In 1912 thoro wero 50,000 elk In
tlio Yellowstono; today only 23,000
remain. Tho winter of 1918-19 was
reported an tho sovorest which the
wild animals over had to faco. Tho
heavy snow of 1918 forced tho oik
outside tho park limits In search of
food and thousands wero killed by
turn torn, while many moro died from
.exposuro and starvation, If tho oik
herds oro to bo preserved, tho sup
erintendent recommends a restricted
hunting season In Montana and mora
winter feeding of hay.
Door, onco so numerous, now
numbor only 1200 mulo door and but
100 of tho whlto tall species.
Heaver are reported so numerous
that thoro is practically no way of
estimating tholr number. Almost
every stream has Its colonies.
Woodchucks, whllo consldorod an
Insignificant animal In tho park, aro
unusually numerous and groatlytat
trnct tho attention of tourists.
Porcupines aro numerous all over
tho park plateau and aro often seen.
Jack rabbits aro quite, common
about Mammoth Hot Springs and
Tower Falls and tho snowshoo rab
bit Is an abundant Inhabitant of tho
forested areas. Among other animals
often scon aro plno squirrels, throe
dlfforont species of chipmunks, two
spoclos of ground squirrels, musk
rats, conlos, badgers in open country
and flvo spoclos of bats, (
auauu ijiix. uvuiui, iui, wuiwi-
Ines and fishers occur In tho park but
aro raroly soon ovon by tho park ran
gers. Not Often Seen
Otter, plno marten, mink, skunk,
two spoclos of weasols, flying squir
rels, woodrats, pocket gophem,
Jumping mice, nine othor spoclos of
mlco and thrco different shrews aro
common overywhoro, but not often
seen by. tourists because most of thoio
animals aro active only at night.
Coyotes, wolves and mountain
lions are tho most destructive of the
carnivorous animals and are hunted
and trapped each year by tho park
rangers. In 1919, 107 coyotes and
twenty-eight wolves woro deatroyod.
As tbo park boars attract tho
greatest interest, it Is Interesting to
loarn that there aro ovor 100 black
A Message to the
People of Oregon
By Governor Olcott
TT IS with pleasure I take the opportunity thus
afforded me to urge upon the people of the
state the importance of rallying around Oregon
Industrie by the purchase of Oregon products.
The prosperity of all of us is very closely linked
with the prosperity of auch industries. When
Oregon people invest in Oregon industries by
the simple method of buying their products, they
are making an investment which cannot help but
bring large returns to themselves.
I sincerely trust that this campaign to educate the
people of the atate into' the knowledge that the
purchase of Oregon product meant a greater and
better Oregon for each and every one of us will
meet with success from the start.
boars In tho park, lllnck, brown and
cinnamon boars are nil inclttdod In
tho torm "black" as scientists havo
agreed that oach In but a dlfforont
color phaso of tho namo spoclos.
IdMt Grltaly HtrunKhold.
Tho superintendent reports thnt
thoro la no reason why tho black
bear should not become moro abund
ant. It In also estimated that thoro
aro at least forty grlzily bears, Yel
lowstono providing tho last ntrong
hold for the sltvor tips.
Thero nro an oven 200 different
species of birds listed an occurring
In tho park, although only sixty-flvo
aro common and likely to bo notod by
tourists. Hawks, owls, osproy, mal
lards, gooso and pelicans nro unus
ually tamo and easily studied bocauso
of the absolute protection given thorn
undor tho national park.
In 21 yearn no fowor than 230
slight shocks of earthquake have
been recorded In tho Ilrltlsh Isles,
an average of almost exactly ono a
Have You Seen Kelly today?
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Moets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. ball, Eth and Main street
H. H. Oglo .........................N. O.
Chas. Newman .........................V. O.
O. D. Manguo ..... -................... Bocy.
W. D. Color ......................Treas.
J. H. Houston ..................C. P.
II. V. Ilrown ......8. W.
L. J. McCluro ..........Berlbe
E. J. Mayor ........Trsnrer
Dr. Maud IngersoU Hawley
First National Bank BaUdtng
Entrance, Room I
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION!
Klamath Post No. 8,
American Lofton meets
t tho City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of oach month.
Ex-service men are Invited to at
tend the meetings.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ex-service men aro requested to
see or write the following efficers:
J. H. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Foucb, Post Adjutant.
For rellof of employment see or
wrlto the Chairman of The Rollef and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, care Lakeside Lumber com
702 Ortf o BulUlos. PortU4
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job too large or too small.
Estimates furnished tree of
Tako out (Vllnrs or Pill In LoU
U17 Mortimer Ht.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &
Failing, we are now
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
Washburn & Houston
GOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES IllOHT
Wo lluy, Soil and Exchango.
Cor. Blxth nnd Klamath Avo.
Klamath Dye Works
OUH CLEANING, I'HKKHINO AND
ItKPAIUINO WILL MAKK YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for mid Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamalh Kail.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
Tut Your Duds
In Our Suds"
. PHONE 154
Corner Main and Conger
LET US DO YOUR COLLECTING
A number ot business housos aro
saving tho tlmo of their bookkoepors
and Individual collectors by lotting
us collect their monthly bills. It hi
tho modorn method. It cuts down
your overhand. Oct your bills ready
and wo will do tho rest.
MR8. T. H. JOLLY ..Cth and Main
Ovor Sugarman'a atoro. Phono 3S0W
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We aro hore to servo you, and
aim to sorvo you right. Motorcycles
and ulcyclos. Parts and Acossorlos,
Tiros and Tuboa, that will stand
your Inspection, as we carry the
( best In our lino. Ropalr shop in
connection with Harloy-Davldson
1010 Main St. Klamath Fall
O. K. niSMARK
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE IHS-W
Shampooing, marcollng, tnassag
Ing, manicuring. For appointments,
phone 360, Whlto Pelican Hotel.
PELICAN HAY UUS
Fare 25c oach way
Leaves Ilex Cafo Loaves Pollcan City
7:45 n, m. 8:00 a. m.
12:40 i). m. 1:00 p. m.
6:00 ji. m. 5:30 p. m.
Reckard Rent Serrioe
Isstractions In Piano PlaylBg by
Expert of Many Tears'
Ape. 9, Helms' apt,1
DR. F. R- GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residonco
I. O. O. F. Tomplo
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phonea 17W lUxtms 1 (ad
17R White Hulldlng
L. D. Gass, M. D.
KYK, EAR, NOBK AND THROAT
Warren Hunt Hospital Phone 407
Ilea. Whlto Pelican Hotel. Phone O
DR. G. A. MASSEY
roarta and Plate BU.
In Warrsn Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone MM
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND HDRoMOS
I. O. O. V. BaRdlng
Residence White Pslioaa BoUl
Residence Phone I.
DR. L L, TRUAX
WAHIUCN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, Se
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Kails Oregon
Dr. E. a Wisecanrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
DR. C. A. UAiUJO
L O. a r. BeJldBBfl
OFFICE OVKII UNDERWOOD'S
Phone M9-J. Seveatb 41 lsala
HAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Designers and baJIders of mod
ern saw mills, planing mills aad
box plants. Dredging, Pile driving.
Office Corner Hprlpg and Oak
Near H. P. Depot
Loosais Bldg., KlAmatii ralk
Let us make yon price on dig
glng that Jtasemont. or other ei.
cavatlng you contemplate. We also
do team work ot evory description.
J. O. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
Phone 102J 133 8. Rlvorslde
Dr. Lois C. Bridges
Over First State, and Savings Bank
Suite 106' Phone 102-J