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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1921)
Friday, Ai'nu, in, m2i
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FA1LS, OREGON
Tlio spring business sap is begin
ning to run In Klamath county, ac
cording to Charles Hall of tlio First
National bank of Klamath Kails,
who Is president of tho Orogon Stato
'Chambor of Commorco, on his ar
rival In Portland, Bays tho Portland
Journal. Hall went by stngo through
Klamath Hot Springs and Agor to
llornbrook. Cat., vrhero ho took the
Lumber mills nro beginning to op
erate, soma on full tlmo, and ninny
box factories 'nro running nt ca
pacity, said Hall. Others nro run
ning 75 per cent capacity. Farm
ers wlfo still hold a good part of
their last year's produco nro tak
ing their losses and putting In new
crops, Duslncss in goncral is wak
ing up. Moro than 150,000,000
fcot of overproduction in lumber
from last fall has been moved and
now profitable contracts are In ,
sight. . I
Tho federal government Is begin
ning preliminary woVk on tho Kla
math Irrigation project with $1,
000,000 as a starter. This will
mako 150,000 acros of now land
nvallablo and will fit In nlcoly with
tho stato chamber's program to at
tract sottlers from tho central west,
Hall asserts. Tho California-Oregon
Power company Is also starting
to spend 11,000,000 in power de
velopment on the Link river, con
necting Tipper Klamath and Wanna
"The last two wooks has seen tho
boom start and It is realty surpris
ing. The district seems to bo
taking a now leaso on llfo," Hall
declares. "Tho claim that tho Kla
math Irrigation project will wator
California arid lands with Oregon
Wator is trno, but Klamath Falls
controlr tho business of tho dis
trict and tho portion of 'California
watered from Klamath tako will
To Into to plnnt trees this Spring i -
Will pay top price ror furnished
house six rooms or Inrgor must bo
first-class ront no object. Respon
sible tonnnnts. Address Herald "Fur-
ulshed Houso", 1 L'-l &
NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS ON FIRST
THREE UNITS OF PAVING
taking ordera for future
V. H. Hale, 1014 Main.
Usod Pianos, rensonablo prices and
lowest of terms, KnrnShophord Co.
4 room furnished houso for ront,
closo in. V. H. Hydo at Chnrloy'a
FOR SALE Ono Cnso horliontnl !
horscpowor englno and boiler on
truck for $650 cash. Address (Iron
non, Dox 92 City. 14-1C
Sleeping rooms, furnished, for ront
In Swanscn Uulldlng. Stonm hent, hat
and cold water. Swanscn's, G25 Main
St. 14-17 '
FOU SALE 5 room houso with 2 I
screened In porches, hot and cold
water, furnlturo, 2 lota each 50' x
182, ga'rage, woodhousc, chicken
house, barn, chickens and cow. l'l.ico
foncod woven wire. Prlco $3700. 1S05
Johnson Ave. 13-19 I
FOH SALE Good pnylng laundry
business. Will stand Investigation.
Inquire Herald offico. Box P. F.
Sleoplng rooms for ront, 920 Klm
math Avo. Home Iloomlng Houso.
Hnvo You Seen Kolley today?
FOU KENT Two
High St. Tolo-
One Seven Pnssoiigor Hudson, guar
anteed A-l mechanical condition,
t new tires.
One ll20 Chandler Dispatch looks
like now, guaranteed.
nricK s.Li:s hkiivich
I'hono 170W O-tf
FOH SALE Timber, chonp if takon
soon Address "Timber Herald
POUTLANII WOMAN HKCLAItEH
TANIiAO HKMKVi: lll.lt OF
TROUIILKS OF in YIJAHH'
KTANlMNtl HAH HPLKNIHl) Al'
FOR SALE Uy owner, 6-room
house, modern, on pavement. Hot
Q. H. Herald. 11-16
DRESSMAKINO First-class work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, No. 2,
Main St. 11-23
FOR SALE: Hero In town, 100 tons
baled hay In any quantity. Sao us
at 1126 Main. Phono 402J. 13-lS'FOR JtENT One sleeping room for
Lightning struck a powder plant
containing six tons of powder In
Nashville, Tennessee. Tho plant
burned without explosions until con
sumed with its contents.
WANTED TO nUY Second-hand
cook stovo and heater. Also other
household goods. James M. Watklns,
Jr. Phono 636R. 13-15
Want location to sot sawmill with
about fifteen million ft. o! tlmbor
Olvo full particulars, address R M
K. Herald office. 13-15
FOR SALE Modorn 5 room house.
13,000, 620 Washington St. bo-
tweon 6th and 7th. $500 cash, bal. !
torms. Enqulro of H. A. Thledo. 2039 ! LISTEN! Let us toll you now to pay
1 or 2 gentlemen. 1137 Mont-Clalrr
Hnvo You Seen Kelley today?
Mr. Flshorman. Fishing rods made
to order, old rods rcpalrod. Satlstlod
customors nil over tho U. S. all work
nbsolutoly guaranteed. If you fish or
over oxpoct to flnh write for price
on repair work and built to ordor
rods. Harry D Hobson, Lyons, Oro
gon. 7 IS
"T.inlac has cortnlnly been n bless
ing to mo, for It has relieved inn of
troubles that lmd been pulling me
down for fifteen yours," declared
Mrs. Jelsemlno Concl, of'307 Sliorr
dnn street, Portland, Oro.
"1 suffered dreadfully from a ho
vero caso of stomach trouble, every
thing I ato scorned to llu In my stom
ach undigested, causing a heavy foot
ing of depression and Intonso pain
I would bloat up with gas and at
times becamo so nauseated I could
scarcely retain a thing I had eaten.
I didn't dnro oat Any fruit or starchy
foods at nil, and frequently had such
nwful hendnchos 1 would bocomo
qulto dizzy. 1 was so nervous I didn't
know what it wns to got n good
"My son hnd takon' Tanlnc nnd It
had holpod him so much I began tak
ing It mysolf, and It has given mo n
splendid nppotlto and rollovcd mo of
all my troubles. I never hnvo a pain
of any kind. I sleep flno and sound
every night nnd am simply fooling
good In ovory way "
WANTED by rcllablo peoplo a mod
em furnished houso. References
furnished. Inqulro Central Darbor
Shop, 620 Main. 13-15
Gentleman wishes to socuro room
with bath connections If posslblo or
apartment Heat and hot wator very
essential. No camouflage, but honest
to goodness heat. It you havo any
thing that will glvo mo a home cheer
within walking dlstanco of business
section anBwor in caro of Box M.
Herald office. 13-15
FOR SALE Drlseod 5 passenger car
MOO. Ford Sod&n now, $850.
Phone 91W or coll at 832 Main.
Frank M. Upp. Vi-U
Hto You Seen Kelley today?
Craze In London
LONDON, March 28, By Moll).
"Ja" furnlturo, clothing and wall
paper were decried by Sir Charles C.
Allen In an address before tho first
National Furnishing Trades conven
English furnlturo has ranked so Mtddlo aged lady,, first-class cook
high In tho estimation of tho world wishes position In camp. Call 421
that ono wondora how It comes that , Mlct"saa nve
In It at this moment a disease Is de-
tho mortgago oft tho cow, to buy n
car, to get a homo, to mako hair
grow on your baro domo.
HOW? Order now somo of those tine
Barron-Tancred whlto Leghorn
chicks, $12 50 per 100; dellvoty
May 5 to July 1 8 weeks old pul
lets $12.00 per dozen, delivering
Juno 1 to August 1.
MAYWOOD POULTRY FARM.
Al-Ml Corning, Cnllf.
I WANT TO DISPOSE OF THE
furniture aepartment of my busi
ness. Will glvo good deal to right
party. Storo 25x50 feet on Main.
A good cbanco to get a well es
tablished, going business at a
reasonable prlco. W. H. Ross, 90tt
Main Street. 1-tf
Used Standard Phonographs, lib
eral reductions, lower torms. Earl
Shepherd Co. 507 Main St. 12tf
Spring Is coming on and you bnvo
the home rlcnrlng bug. Well, I havo
got It, toot lot's get together.
I'KItKINB FUIlNITUnE HOUSE
"Tho Furnisher of Happy Home)"
Hare You Scon Kelley today?
CITY GARBAGE When yon want
garbage removed call 10F-28.
Toll your troubles In the Furniture
lino to PERKINS "THE FURNISH
ER OF HAPPY HOMES." 17tf
voloplng of the Jazz typo," he said.
"Will tho public buy tho Jazr types ! T
or doming material wo see offered
for sale, and tho far worso things
ono finds printed and In wall papers
In the wholesale stores I Jazz of all
kinds is llko rubbish of all kinds; it '
Is not likely to last long." I
"I havo recently beon shown groat
quantities of materials of most un
harmonious color and crudo design,"
he said, "things which might suitab
ly be exhibited in a very dark collar I
rathor than In the light of day or in
our homes. I was assured drcssmak
ors woro buying them largely. What a
home should be llko to match such
clothing I do not caro to think.
"It makes mo devoutly trust that
Bklrts of such materials will be noth
ing like so long as they are today.
Tho human form will certainly oc
casionally be hotter to look upon
than these monstrosities. Thoy are
products of a dangerously decadent
florin? In rnmlni, in nni ,,, i.b.m
12-18 I tho houso clearing bug. Well. I have
" t?ft It tn T J1I Ivor tni a !
mnkifi M,pfrants P8lt1l0n, '" I'KHKINH FUKXITUnK HOUSE
camp. 343 N. 9th St. 12-lfi ' t1i Fnrnl.hf. r ir.nn. w
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
We glyo all our work porsonal attontlon. Use nothing but first
class material. Let us glvo you figures on your painting.
133 N. 4th St. Res. Phone 531-R
I WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter The Heratd will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. 8. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
w o o ciock oi ine day.
Apr. 8 6G 33
Apr. 9 66 36
Apr. 10 66 42
Apr. 11 61 35
Apr. 12 58 34
Apr, r13...... 53 22
Apr 14 50 17
Safety and Service
A 'nationalized' bank acoount such as you can start
here at tho First National brings tho handling .of
one's monoy under Government Supervision. It also af
fords tho depositor tbo constructive and co-operative
servlco of tho Fodoral Ilosorvo Systora.
Wo do not stop at tho encouraging of OPENINO ac
counts; wo also holp them grow up.
Just because it's
better tea your
partaking of it
The attention of Oolinquent Lien Debtor
on the first three pavimg units is called to the
urgency of the situation confronting the Com
mon Council on May First, next. On that dato
the principal of the remaining outstanding
bonds on those un'ts, amounting to $47,818.53,
will be due and pfliyablc; and the bonds them
selves will be presented for payment to the city
treasurer on that daite.
There is in the hands of the city treasurer
applicable to' that purpose $31,185.02, the dif
ference or $16,633.51 represents the delinquent
principal that must be met besides the accrued
interest if the financial integrity of the city is
to be maintained. There is no other source
than the delinquent Lien Debtors from which
the necessary funds can be secured to meet this
liability. It is therefore imperatively necessary
that the delinquent Lden Debtors awake to that
fact and come forward at once with the bal
ance due on his or hier assessments in accord
ance with notice thereof recently received by
The Common Coulncil has noted also the
amount of delinquencips existing on other pav
ing units, including the first installments on the
more recent street improvements and it causes
the council to hesitate in ordering new im
provements petitioned fcr until these latter de
linquencies are approximately paid up.
By order of the Common Council.
Dated April 11th, 1921. A. L. LEAVITT,
14-16 Police Judge.
Practical pnlntlng, gliding, bronz-j
Ing, anamollng, knlaomlnlng, wall-.
I paper cleaning and general con-
II. O. TUTHILIi
525 Oak St.
Notice Is hereby given Hint there
will bo a called mooting of tlin land
ownori of tho Kniiinth Drnlnngo Din
I trlct hold at tho officii of tlio Secre
tary In Klunmlh Falls. Ornuon. on
'Saturday, April 23rd. 1921. for the
purposo of voting on whuthor or not
wo shnll enter Into n contract with
tho Unltod Stntas for a water right
for tbo Irrigation of tho lands within
tho boundaries of tho District All
1 land owners aro urged to nttond this
I mooting whom ponslblo to do so,
Ily ordor of tho Hoard of Super-
11-21 C. R, DELAP. Socrotary.
The cars that go
and get back.
If aro Von Neon Krllojr t04lity7
In More than Name Only
a rMt National Bank
We feel that we would not be justified in using the
name, "Palace Market," if we did not conduct our
market in accordance with all the demand's of sanita
tion, and service. We place great stress upon sanita
tion, or cleanliness, if you prefer to term it that way,
and we feel that our efforts to preserve this cleanliness
is thoroughly appreciated by our patrons, the list of
whom grows larger every day. The item of service
should not be overlooked we insist that our represen
tatives shall be courteous all the time, and that prompt
ness in giving this service shall be an ever-present shop
OF COURSE OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Lawn and Garden Seed Murphey's Seed Store
124 So. Sixth St.