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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
OTIIIMY, AWUIi 15,
250 Millions For
(Continued rrom pngo 1)
torlor I glvon nutnorlty to roduro
thin ncrongu to eighty iicruH,
"Tlio payment of water right ox
tends ovor u period of twenty years,
nnd tlm Irrigation bonds, which nro
tn bo Issued by tho various districts,
will entry IntorOHt rntn nt not to ex
ceed 5 por emit,
"Undor tlio Mil tlio government of
tho United Htntos In to advance to tlio
federal rnclnmntlon fuiiil $250,000,
UUO. Twenty million dollars of thin
fiimt In to bo inilcl tlio riicliinintlon
fund for 11122; )3C,OOU,000 In 11)23;
MT,, 000, 000 In 1024 and $GO,000
000 tlinrnnftiir nacli year until tho
full 2r,0,000,000 him boon paid Into
1 Atolibi Old Mlntakifi
"Wo havo cnrofully nvoldod tho ob
jections In thin bill that woro in ado
to forinor bllln whoroln tlm govorn
moot wan to occopt from tho vnrloun
Irrigation illntrlctN tho hoiuln Innuuil
by theso districts and In otlior plncn
Issitn Unltnd Btntos certificates of In
debtedness for milii to tho gonornl
public. This wan objected to generally
hecauso It wan felt undnr thin plan
tho foderal government wan londliiK
Itn credit In nucti u way an to iintnb
llah a had precedent and alno In a
mannor which would nubjoct It al
mod Inevitably to abuse.
"Under thin bill no reclamation
district formed under Itn provlnlom
nhall olfor any bond for sslo until
after thn project hnn been In actunl
oporatlonn and ban demonstrated Itn
foanlblllty and Itn profltabln charac
tnr to tho IrrlKalorn thomsotvos.
When thin stngo In reached thn bill
prorldvn that tho secretory of tho In
torlor nhall examine tlm projoci and
If ho no flndn nhall certify that thn
land contained In tho reclamation din
(rlcl In worth doublo thn valuo of tho
bondi proposed to bo sold by tho dis
trict, Then tbo dlntrlct may noil Its
bond In any way that It chooses. Thn
United HtntPn -government doon not
In any way lend Itn credit to tbo
project, but It does certify of tho
actunl condllloim and valuo of tho
lands In tlm project. Ily advancing
tho orlglnnl 200,000,000 later as pro
Joctn am actually In oporatlon exam
ining and corllfylns nn to their con
dition tho narvlfi) men and farmers
aro enabled to reclaim and make pro
ductive largo sections of our entire
Twenty Year To Vny
"Twonty years followlnR tho ostnb
llshment of this plan, or to bo exact
In 1042, tbo reclamation fund Is ri
quired to repay Into tho treasury of
tbo United Htatos $60,000,000 per
year until tho total amount advanc
ed Is repaid. It Is estimated by that
tlmo tho reclamation fund will hnvn
reached an BRRn'Rato of $600,000,
000, and that added to this sum nv
nry year will bo tho fees received
from thn salo of public lands and
thu royaltlos from tho least and ope
ration of all oil land under tho oil
loanlnR bill. Theso foes. It Is ostium
tod, will amount to $8,000,000 annu
ally, and thn total fund available for
tho reclamation purposes will bo suf
ficient to develop In a largo "'ny tho
Irrigable lands In theso status sus
coptlblo of production. A conservative
ostlmato of tho total amount of land
that may bo boruRht under cultiva
tion by tho oporatlon of this bill Is
20,000,000 acres, and tho amount of
wealth to bo produced rrom those
oclalmod acres Is too groat to fairly
cstlmato nt this tlmo.
"I bollovo that thoro will bo a
Ronoral support for thin moasuro bo
causo It ovorcomns practically all of
tbo objections horotoforo advanced
against thu reclamation plans which
required tho una of tho credit of tho
United fltaton. Ily thin bill wo ulmply
advance tbo reclamation fund 2G0,
000, and cortlfy each projoct to tbo
publlo whon tho vnluo of Its lands
actually bocomos twlco tho vnluo of
tho total bond Isauo It proposos to
11UNAWAY, ON KLKVI2NT1I
HTltKICT; ON12 HOIWK KILLKD
Ono bono was crlpplod so badly It
was necessary to utioot It whon u U.
H. reclamation Borvlco team took
fright this morning, Bhortly after
loavlng tho barns, ran down Klovonth
Btroot, crossed Mnln nnd enmo to n
tangled atop near tho Metropolitan
garago. A cross chock, caught undor
tho tonguo of tho wagon rondorod tho
toam uncontrollable. Whon thoy
started running tho hit on ono brldlo
snappod, loavlng tho drlvor power
less to atop thorn.
The high quality of success that
follows advertising In tbo classified
column ot Tbo Herald la doe to tho
Intelligence ot its readers.
A GROUND HOG CA5B
You've got the rooney; I've get the
furniture. Let's swap.
, rEHKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
'Tho Furnisher of Happy. Homea"
Yd ii iik man wants board and room V
in nrivaln rumllv. nm In nml rnnm
onnblo. J. Domuth, Central Hotel.
KOH HIONT HloopliiR room for
Renttemnn. G22 Wulnut Ht. I'hono
Now nhlpmnnt Dutchesn trousorn
now horn. $1.00 u rip, 10 cents n but
KOH ItKNT Cnnh or shnro, 20 ncreii
Reed land half mile from town, lu
ll ill ro 122 0th Ht. lfi-lG
WANTED Housokoopor for family
of 3 Annwnr stating nRii, expert
onro and nnlnry expected. Ilox 1-2. H.
WANTI-3D (Jarmonls to clean and
pross. Hullnlng nnd alterations. (2.
12. Uparka, 80G Main. I'hono r,r.2W.
Wo havo somo vnry nice homos for
salo, somo furnished. Wo can sell
thorn 30 per cent chnnper man you
can buy from tho trust company's.
KOIl BAM; r. room house. 1310
Manranlta. IIIr comer lot with
lawn and nhado and fruit trees, Prlco
$2800. $800 cnnh, 1ml. llkn rent.
KOIl BA1.K Nice llttlo fumlshed
homo with IiIr lot You can ralsn nil
your own voRotnblcH. l'rlco $1000.
$G00 cash, Hal. Ilko ront.
TIIK UVA.V IU2AITY CO.
012 N. OlJi Ht. IfJ-lfl
Now shipment Dutchess trousem
now horo. $1.00 u rip, 10 cents a but
KOIl HAM-2-IIulldlnR cnntnlnlng be
tween 7000 and 8000 feet of lumr
bor could bo romodeled Into a flvo
room housn. Call John Thorson, 250J
for particulars. 1G-18
NQTICI2 TO IT HMO
All Union Harbor Shops open until
7:00 o'clock after Apr. 18lh.
1G-1C JACK IIYAN.
KOlt HAMC DodRo car, Hhastn Auto
Top Co. 1G-20
Iluy Interwoven Hox for men. Mslo
40 cts. Hllk 7G eta. Tho bent sox mndn
for mon. K K. K. Blow. MG-IC
tMI OIF M Pnmnlnln TAwnf fltinntl
nuuurillK uui.lt. kiiuii niiiii-M niiu
cheap. Inquire 800 Walnut Ht.
.I.bIhba ntll til MA Atft llltlllliK A rl
WANTED Oood Kord car. for
onnllv In lf.O A. tlinhnr one mlln
from II. It. Address Hox II. It. Herald
KOH BAM-2 1 1917 Hulck six. $000.
Ewnuna Motors Co, 123 4th St.
Iluv Interwoven Box fo- men. I.lslo
40 cU Bilk 7G cts. Tho best sox msdn
for in.-n. K. K.. K. Htore. IG-lfl
WANTKD To buy, modorn bouno.
Not loss than four rooms.
80 ncres to rent undor ditch.
Host buy on Mnln St. 28 x 120 ft.
Reed brick building, flno location.
J. K. MAfJUIIti:
7IB Main Ht. 1.VIH
A Illun sorRo suit for $40.00. Writ
ton Riiaranton for satisfaction nnd
service Can You boat III K. IC. K.
Will pay cash for Diamond. Blzo
about flvo nlRhts. karat.
Address X. Y. '.. Horald. 1G-1C
KOH HENT A nlco. clean furnish
od room at 612 N. 9th St. 1G-1G
LOBT Uotweon Henley flumo and
Klamath Knlls, a sot of tools In
real leather kit. I.lboral roward If
roturnod to IHurald office. 1G-18
Advertising pays. Try It and see.
, Stage leaves The Smoke daily
at 2 p. m. and the Central Hotel a
few minutes later. We use a large,
easy riding, comfortable automo
bile, in thorough repair.
Stage leaves Kirk at 8 a. m.
daily. Tickets $3 each way; round
trip $5.50. Phone your reservations.
Central Hotel 155-W,
We have just received a large stock of
the season's fruits and vegetables iricluding
large, fresh California Strawberries.
PALACE FRUIT CO.
A Uluu sorgo null for $40.00. Writ
ton Ruarantoo for satisfaction and
norvlco. Can You boat It? K, IC. K,
Htoro. 15-1 0
I am going down to trio Now Hot
Hprlugs Hath llouso and leant to
KOH BAM5 Oakland six roadster,
nlno nmall WostlnRhouso Eloctrlc
rntiRo, water boater, otc. Phono
204W. 8:00 a, m. G p, m. 15-22
KOH BALK Ono Chovrolot, ono run-
about, ono Btudobakor, ono truck.
Will trade. Hou Dick Cor. of 0th
anil Klamath. 1G-10
KOIl HAMS Ono cash rcRlntor, ono
vlctroln with oak cablnot. Hon Dick
Cor. Oth and Klamath avo. 1G-10
KOIl 8AM3 I'uylnR buslnoss Snap
to rlKbt man Now nnd second
hand huslncsH. Sow Dick Cor. Cth &
Klnmnth Avo. 1G-10
Carpots nnd Hurh cleaned to your
satisfaction. Wm. Lush, Phono 100W.
NOTIOK TO IlfDDKHH
Tho Hchool Hoard of District No.
28, Merrill Oro. will receive bids for
thn completion of tho prunont un
completed Hchool Ilulldlng In said
District. Tho work Includes that on
thn uppor floor and stairways of tho
Plans and specifications may bo
had from tho clerk Of thn Dint.
Illds close April 30, 1021.
Thn Hoard reserves tho right to
reject any and nil bids.
J. II. Hobbs,
Clork of Hchool, Dlst. No. 1.
LONDON, April 1G Oeorgo Wbltn
an American, writing from Harcol
onn to thu Dally Malt, says tbo Ocr-'
mans nro making "n drlvo to secu.t'
thn Spanish market In practical'
ovory lino of Industry" and says the;
aro quoting prices Irrespective of
value In order to capture tho market
Tho writer rIvoa sovoral Instances
of tho prices quotod by tbo C-ormans
as compared with thoso qdotod by
firms of otbor countries. He cites tho
caso wboro a big Amorlcan firm of
forcd a comant mill f. o .b. Now York
for $110,00; tbo Oormans bid on
practically tho samo machines f. o. b.
Hamburg for $20,000 loss.
Tho Oormans, ho says, aro quoting
cement dollvorod In any port tn
Spain at 100 pesetas which Is about
20 pesetas bolow tho standard prlco
Spanish mnnufacturora ask. Tram
way tickets they aro offering at loss
than half tho sum any of tho local
people can print them for and thoy
guarantoo delivery In four wooks as
ngalnBt tbrco months.
Tho writer concludos that It tbo
Oormans contlnuo their present pro
gram they aro "going to drlvo many
of tho Spanish manufacturers to tho
WIIjIj ni.SOUHS VALUATION
OF CITY HUIUHNGS.
Assessor WV T. Loo, In order to ar
rive at a fair ostlmato of tho valuo
of city property, has callod Into con
sulntlon leading contractors and
bulldurs, and building valuations will
bo throshod out tomorrow noon by
tho conference nt a lunchoon at tho
Advertising pays. Try It and see.
The Smoke 175
- H - M
524 Main Street
Very Special for Friday
and Saturday Only
IIAVI2 IIAIIV HON
Hoy Nell Is the namo chosen for
tho Infant son ot Mr. und Mrs. Hoy
I'ropst, born April 12, at their homo
at Eighth and Jefferson stroots. Mrs.
I'ropst was Miss Ertna Uambor, and
many friends aro felicitating tbo par
onts upon tboir good fortune.
A classified Ad will sen It.
Makes of Auto
Reed Auto Supply Co.
11th. St. Near Stnln
"THRIFT" IS THE WAY TO FI
UNION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
FIHST STATE & SAVrNOS DANK BL'Dd.
Phono 550-W. H. E. WOOD
: i ... . i.. - i ,i
IN ALL SHADES
OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Tako advnntago ot my outsldo ser
vice I havo n car and llko to drlvo
It. You nood furnliuro end would
llko to buy It. Call 41-W and I will
Bend for you; also tako you homo.
I'KIIKI.VS FUUNITUHI2 IIOUKE
'rTho Furnisher of llnppy Homed"
New Stock Pianos
Do not fall to seo tho now
Instruments at your disposal
at our store. Terms are ad
lusted to salt conditions so
wlso buyors will not fall to
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
Ono Baslnesa Mnslo
S07 Main St, 1- Stt
Leaders of Fashion
7th and Main
Swansen's Barber Shop
I 625 MAIN ST.
Will bo open until 7 p. m. after
April 18, 1921 '
J. E. SWANBEN