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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
rrmXHD.W, MAY 1(1, llttl
ILLS IN cm
induced to enter tho cmml ' rarC 0. Ranchers
Quarrel; One Dead
JUnJKNM, May to Hherlff Hllck-
Mr, McNonly nnd Loo llonn return i
od Friday nlitht from Yrekn whom ,
they rfttended n lueotlttR of tho Call f
satisfactory andvducntlon.nl trip.
When the Ore-son stntc commission I crossed Johanten's placo.
hi.trtt with I.u-aI luirttfiumt hnM In ' --
June they woru assurvid that Cnllfor Doughty ScntCTXCCd
i nla Mould have representation bore
LKWISTON, Montana, May 10.
Tho latent addition to the famous Cat
Creek oil field near Lewlston, In the
"Jack nabblt," which has Just
"come In" with nn estimated Initial I
liroductlnn of 500 barrel
This makes the thlrt) -second Urse ... , D !!
producer for Ihla sensational oil W 071071 5 tSuttdtng
pooj hich but tow mottih. .; t rj, 0f q. Dedicated
tens barren and almost desolate prnl-
fornla Fish and Game commission,
called to listen to yrotestn ngnlnst-lhn
Installation f any more power dams
I In tho Klnmuth river
; The local sportsmen' Interest
wenv not Involved In the ilnm henrliiR
I but they sought tho cooperation of cordlnif to Smith's reported stale-
tho California fish nnd came board j went h kilted Johatisen In a quarrel
, In other matters, and report n veryi over honey jam which Hut II It nnd his
les received a lung distance call
yesterday from t.. Htnlth, Wolf
Creek homesteader, saying he had
shot to death Joo Johnnsen. a hotue
sleader, near llncetn Head, In west
em l-tnn county, this tuornlnic Ac-
Take out Cellars or Fill lit !!
M7 Mortimer HI. Flume nil W
halt brother wro carrying as they
Oil shipments from the Cat Creek
'Kcne. May 10 The $300,000 Worn
, iscne. May 9 The $"300,000 Worn-
.11.1 ... ..M.1... niIHUJ ... ..WAHl.AM
tank cars, and the dallr output Is' " Hu,ia,I1,t .'ih .l ?,wr,L"p. of ' '" Hty last November
srr.--lnr ...vulllr Tho nil I. helnr V","' M ,,"ra ""- charge that IHlUKhty conspired to
Owrun u ilmllmtnil hrtm Otfitt-
Is '"Bjdny, The morning program Included
To Serve 6 Years
TORONTO, Mny JO. John IHURti
ty, convicted of stealing $105,000 In
vlctorv bonds from Ambrose Hmnlt.
missing theatrical manager, today
was sentenced to six years In the
penitentiary. IVmghty wn arrested
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job loo larjo or too small.
Estimates furnished free of
Dr. Maud Incvrnoll Hawley
First National llauk llulldln.
r f io -
transported to tho WYomlnc reftnn '. " -- , aitinap wnnu may ik uroppeu lor uie
v " ' ' An InilMN nn f.f Mi., hltllillnr .Irttx. I .
rles A2 the nrvurnl tlmr. hut nrontu- . .' . . " - irraeni
ally will tx refined In the field.
lions by the university glee clut and
i AH mt.4raa nn iSi vMltltnH t ntivlA, ,
where a plant Is now under construe . .... ,. , . ... ' ,
. . education and health program to col
hardt, president of Mill's college, and
Tho eocond producer has ben
'brought In" In the famous Devil's
llasln, to the southeast of IxjwUton.
and great prospects are In store for
that district In the view of oil devel
opment men IntenvtfiM there.
In thq seven counties, of which
Lowlston Is tho center to a greater I
extent than any other town or city, !
there are a total of twenty-five struc-
Try It and see.
US I '
Ijt us msko yon a price on dig
I glng that basement, or other si
! cavatlng you coutemplste, Wo also
j do team work of every description
OFFICE OVKK VIYDKHWOOD'H
Ftionn MU-J. HewMlh A kUls)
I"D T r .VT7
I HH"sofWmi . -W
I ,)H- v
I t. a o;nlS
Klamath Dye Wirjis
a leader In phyntcal education and
health for women.
In tho afternoon addressee were
given by Oovornor Hen W Otrott.
Illshop Walter T. Sumner. K. K. Urn-
dh, president of the National Kill-1
torlal association; Judge J W. Hum '
llton. president of the board of rv-
ated In said County and ittatn, and i
particularly bounded and described '
as follows, to-wt'
Dr. Nils V, lUldgra
Northeast Quarter (NI3i of the i .... . .,,.. ., ., .k
Southwest Qusrtrr (SWU) of sec-' UTrr r ,r" mB, u ,"",u
. . ,-j.. i . .V. ,1 gents, Homer Angell, president of the
tures being drilled at tho prevent I? , , ' ,, , , ... ,. , i Tax
.. .u ,.. , ,. University almunl association, Frank ,.
tlmo. counting those with derrlcki i . . ' , . . , , ' , , '
,,., i ..i wi.k ,... m. Chambers, of 1-Mgene. and by Fre.l- m9
under construction and with tho In
tention of continuous operation at
drilling. In all there aro approxi
mately 60 separato, and distinct
structures In tho area of these seven
counties, which by name aro Fergus,
Choteau. Judith Basin, Wheatland.
Golden Valley, Musselshell. Itosebud
Tho oil being produced In the Cat
Creek field Is of approximately 10
degrees Ueaume. with a gasoline con
tent averaging nenrly olxtflvo pr
cent. ThU Is considered here as the
tlon IB. township 3R Bouth, Itange 10
Kast of thn Willamette Meridian.
You are further notified that said
Dave I.lskey has paid, taxes on said
premise for prior or subsequent
years, with the rstr of Interest on
said amounts as follows;
Year's Data Tax Amount
I'ald Itecelpt No.
Feb : 19:i 7I3 IS 10
Feb it 19S1 7I7 K :
Bald A. Qauthler and J Gauthter
l'honn 10 J.J
I Having bought the hwaiw.vo wiiaiSK'?
moving outht of 1 rue &i
: Failing, wo aro now!
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
dent 1'. I.. Campbell, Dean John .
Straub and Dean B. F Uwrence. of as me owners oi no icgai una 01 m
FFJJCN HAY llt'N
rara lie each way
Lmvm Has Cafa Lea v as I'ellcan aty
7:45 a.m. ItOO a. sa
il :8 p. m. 100 p. sa.
& 00 p m ft 30 p. m.
Itekanl Ileal Hsrvlre
i.. . '
Washburn 8c Houston
Mr. William J. I.ogue. prominent
clubwoman of St. Faul, U tho first
woman to seek a seat In the Mlnno
The City Engineer pursuant to the
, Resolution of tho Common Council
heretofore adopted, having under
.1.1. l Ik. ir.IV, .,.-,, Anrll IQ4I
highest quality oil produced In any t,ed pUnBi tpuicatlons and str
of tho states and Cs volume iaa mate of tho cost of Improving Kiev
rrown to such an extent that orodu-ienlh Street from Main Street to
. ... .- -. -- - , .. .
cera aro looking toward a possible fu
ture marltel in tho great Canadian j lnK uken lho Mrao unJer advisement
market only a short distance across and finding said plans, specifications
tho International border.
Tho oil areas that ore at present
firoductivo are only some 200 miles
abovo described property as tho sama
appears of recent, and each of thsi
other persons above named aro here
by further notified that Dave t.likay i
wilt apply to the Circuit Court of the
County and State aforesaid for a de
cree foreclosing the (Ian sgslnil the
property above described, and men
tioned In said certificate. And you
are hereby summoned to appear with-1
In sixty days after the first publics
tlon of this summons, exclusive of thn !
day of said first publication, and de
fend this action or pay thn amount
due as above shown, together with
costs and accrued Interest, and In
case of your failure to do so. a de
cree will be rendered foreclosing thn
Klamath Avenue, lncludinr lntersec- Hen of said taxes and cost against
tlons; and tho Common Council hnv- lhe land and premises ahova named
i ins summons is puniisneo 117 oru
er of the Honorable D. V. Kuyksn-
Let Your GLASS trouble
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Elovcnth and Pine
Dr. E. & WlMcarvnr
Dr. P. M. Nod
and estimates satisfactory.
. IT IS HKRBIIY RESOLVF.D. That
said plans, specifications and esti
mates for the Improvement of blnr-
from the Canadian border and eon-.enth Street from Main Street to
tltute tho fartheat-north fields n Klamath Avenue. Including lntersec
tho United States. To the north of J proved; "m ""
them Ho the great Montana and Co AND nE IT FtmTHER RKSOI.V
nadlan gas fields, tho largest In area I ED, That the Common Council here
on tho continent, nnd to the farther-1 b' dec," inirin,Jon,KloJ.mPIn
... .u . .u..v. t ? .said portions of Eleventh Street Jn
sonththocreatgaaBtretchesofWyo-laccordane8 wth Md pUnii alet.m
xnlng. cations and estimates; said Improve-
With thirty-two producer already ment to consist of paving said por-
-? the r? vha Cst fr,k ne,d-'Von6c;ete"Kwni!Vo
the producfiion has mounted to more j, rht) Mtmate(i eo,t of tho m.
than 12,000 barrels dally capacity. 1 prorement of said portions of said
though there Is hardly a pipeline fa-. street by placing thereon either Ai
.,,, i, . nrM.. . ,viphaltlc Concrete, Hltullthlc, Wllllte
clllty enough at present to mak'ir concrete to bo $63S S. .aid cost
complete disposal of tho oil to V In-, neudlnK KTxMag. rolling, curbing
nclt, Mont , where tho oil is loaded and cement sidewalk
for shipment ' AND HE IT FURTHER REBOLV-
t,- ..i., n f 11,. ii.t nm. EI. Hrtbe Common Council that the
The coming Jn of the latest pro- foow)nB AfneTlh4d property bo nnd
duccr. tho well of ho Jncc Rabbit. , hereby declared benefitted by said
Syndicate, the field Is now consider-'Improvement, to-wit: Lota 6, 6, 7 8.
-d practically proven from tho Mus-j. 10. 11. 12 of Hlock 2. IxXa R, 7.
..1.1..11 -1 ,. ii.. ,i-ini ,. 6. C and 4 of Hlock 1, Lot 1, 2. 3. 4.
selshcll river, where tho original die-1, of noek 3 a ,n'Cana, A,,dltloIJ
covcry well camo In. to the far wet-lto tbn 01ty of Klamath Falls. Oregon-'
cm edgo of the Mosby dome, or a and Lots 1, 2, 3, 0, 10. 11 of Hlock
distance of 12 miles. - of Nichols Addition to the City of
w-ii. .- .k ... .n 1 i .k ..-i Klamath Falls, Orogon; and that
Aclls to tho cast and to tho wt ,d propcTty aboT0 ,Uted and d.
of these outlying producers are show-' bribed to nnd Is hereby declared to
Ing oil and tho field may extend J be assessed for the expense of said
much farther In cither or both dlrec- "m?roXeranL .. . ..
Aiii nr. it ruuiiir.il iw.nui..
ED, That Monday tho 23d day of
dall. Judgo of tho Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon for tho County
of Klamath and said order was made
and dated this 21th day or March
1931 and the date rff the first publi
cation of this summons In the 29th
day of March 1921
All process and papers In this pro-,
ceedlng may be served upon the un
dersigned residing within the State
of Oregon at the address hereafter'
W. H. WILHY.
Attorney for Plaintiff '
Address 206 Odd Fellows Hulldlng,
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
M 29. A 5-I2-19-3 M. 3-10
Klamath Falli Cyclery
We are here to sorve run. and
aim to sarvo you right Uotorcjrrlss
and Hlcyde. Farts and Armvirto.
Tires and Tub, that will stand
your Inspection, as we earry tba,
best la our Una. Repair stop lai
connection with Harlsy-Dsvldsoo'
1010 Mala Ht. Klamath KaJle
a K. HIHMAItat
J -JJ- - ' -11 .-. .-! Il- -III. .-.- -
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
Tut Your Dttdi
U Our Sud."
Cnm Main arul Cone
j .....n UIIAKHS9)
Oood t'Ued fur ao4 -insl
' Ml OlAln Nlm 1 . -
I- 11 - , " SOf
J. 0. IXJWHOIU
C1YIL KJIOWWrt AXD
rbB. IUJ jji-b. Wrsnti,
Office Phone 177W Ilea 17TR
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
rbyslrloji aad Hargttm
Klamath Falls Orngoa
E. D. LAMB '
iirriuciAN axv ucaaaox
HcglnnlnJC Sunday. May 8th
6TH & MAIN HT
Make Reservations at
Phono 370 or CtC-M.
OEO. A. HELL
DR. a A. MASSEY
Foartb Md list Hu.
In Warran llant Hospital
Off. Phone 417 ns Phone IIU
KX-8EIIVICE MEX, ATTENTION 1 1
Klamath Post No. I,,
American Legion meets
'' ''". piuiiuay inu dii naj ui sssMSJ at the f'ltv Hill on th. .
Nearly all of the larger companies, May. 1921. at tho hour of 8 o'clock, 1UJF !, V . . , . L .
ouch a tho Elk Hasln of Wyoming. P. M.. at tho Council Chamber of -"aw" "" "u '"" lucsosys ri C-II- Dl. U
the8Undardandlt9BubsldlnrIee.tbQtho. Cltr Hall, bo fixed a the time of each month. IViamatl Tall riUlTlLV
1 uu innto or um nmnrnt 01 "njnu Kx-survicu men nro invited to at-
HAW MILL K.Hai.VKRIU.VN M
Dwlfncr and balldrrs of asod
m saw mills, plaojflf ssrflts mm
bos plants. Drrdjctflg. Pile dHvlag.
Office Corner Spring aod Oak
Near H. P. IVpot
ooonn of all kindh
OUR PRICKS RinilT
W Huy, Sell and Kiehango,
Cor fllith and Klamath Ave.
IIICK'H M CO.
Your Watch Kttp
511 Main St
Prarllrat ptibi.bj lHl. lew-
Inc. asmslloK. kslMBlsltc. fO-
ppr clrsnlag sal fftifil a
II. V. TtTHllX
I'kons in moan
I M IH
:: FACTORY SHOP
' ' Mttree Msds se4 K
II pslred uphoUtsrlsg CritU
"j. 1 iiiiArmx. rsor.
,'. 137 N. Hli Kl. IV IH-W
l I 1 m .i l.i pSPBS
Mid-West, tho Shaffer the Walt. Oil .Tud rmo'n.tr.nSg.ln.t 'the
Corporation, the Transcontinental,
and tho like, aro entering tho areas
on an extensive scale.
To Keep Fish From
Canals To Be Tried
An electrical device to bar fish
from canals and dltchee, which Is lie
ins tried out in tho Yakima, Wash
ington, district, will be given a test
hero In all probability, said William
McNoaloy, secretary of the sport
men's association, today. The device
Is raid to effectively check fish from
entering tho ditches, while offering
no obstruction to tho flow of water,
and is the most efficient schemo of
protection yet devised.
It uses an automobile magneto
driven by a wator-wheel, to genorato
said proposed Improvement and tho
Police Judgo Is hereby directed to ,
cause noiico or ram nearing to be
published as by Charter provided.
j STATE OF OREJON. 1
'County of Klamath, )si,
City or Klamath Falls, )
I, A. L. Leavltt. Police Judge of
tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do hereby certify that the forocolng
Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion adopted by tho Common Coun
cil on tho 2nd day of May. 1921
A. L. LHAVITT.
Mar 3-13 Pollro Judge.
8UMMONH FOK I'UIILIOATIO.V IN
FORKCLOHUKF, OF TAX MK.V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
Davo I.lskey, Plaintiff
tend tho meetings.
For membership cards or Informa
tion nx-sorrlco men nro requested to ,, r.-,., ,.
.... ... w.n .. n-.i 7B SIlIN HT.
vg wi -,,,tj iuii luuuniHK unicorn.
J. II. Carnahan, Commandor.
Roy N. Fouch, Post Adjutant.
For relief of employment sea or
write the Chairman of Tho Relief and
Employment Commlttoo, Francis
Olds, care Lakeside Lumber com
ing & Heating Co.
Klamath Lodge No, 1S7
I. O. O. F.
Meets Prlrlur nlrht nf each areeV ai
Cautbler and J. Gauthlcr. Dn... .. ..-. r.. .... .
fendants. I on em sou isin streets
I II. H, Oglo N, 0,
To A. Oauthler and J. Onutblcr tho ' cba' Nowman V. 0.
above named defendants. iO. II, Munguo Secy,
In tho Name of tho Rtatn nf nrc.iw ti r.nti,r t,.
CieciriO currcui, wjiitii is comuuiiou , sun; iuejioiiifum
to a series of XermJnals set In tho' Vou nro hereby notified that Davo I.NCAMI MIfNT
water on both eldes of tho stream ' T, 11 y tho l,oIclor ot Certificate of J. JI. Houston 0. P
7uu ti 11 m,in h iin nt Dol,nJluenc, numbered 1214 Issued H. V. Urikd 8. W
When fish como within the lino of on the 26th day of February 1921 L. J. McCIuro . Scribe
fir? telr bodies, being better eon- by the Tax Collector of tho County of E. J. Mayer Trotsurer
ductom of electricity than Is water, 1 .iaojwi, oiaie 01 Oregon, for tho
Shampooing, marcellng, naiuic
aucioni 01 WJecmciijr iuo id navci, -- -.- umiiuu, iui uiu.
rcclva tba current, with the result , ZTLLf .11 iV"l"
the same being the amount then duo
thst the fish back off. turn tall nnd , HAiin:r . r ." .:. . " ""
flee. Jt Is said that a fish that once, 191 together with penalty, Interest'
Iins cncouniorca 100 eiccinc bioji 1 ----.. ,M.cun umn 1110 roai prop- inr m.ntrnrlncr Vnr annnlntm.nl.
Lheroofter shuns that ulaw and can-??r aBSC,""l 'o you, of which you nro ' ' raaD,cu"n' lor PPOlatmoatf,
Uieroalter snuna mat piaca anu can j(bo 0Wn(Jr ag nppoarg of ... ,(.' p)10no 800, WhlU Pollcan Hotel.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0. O. F. Temple
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAHIIKN UUNT HOSPITAL
Day lbone, 4U7Nlght Flioaw, Ms
LET VH VO YOUIt COLLECTING
n liumuur OI UUIinOSS QOUI0S SfO
saving mo time or their bookkeepers
and Individual colloctnrs by lotting
ua collect tbelr monthly bills. U la
tho modern method. It cuts down
your overhoad. Oot your bills ready
und wo will do tho rest. -MRS.
T. H. JOLLY ..6th and Main
Ovor 8ugarman'a storo. Phono 320W
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND TlfROAJ
warren limit Hospital Phone 407
Hi. WhlUi Pelicnn Hotel, phone 0
I CIGAR STANJT 1
all kinds of tobacco
E The E
N CENTRAL N
J HOTEL AL
L GUY GARRETT, Mgr. I
j Steam Heated N
I RATESt I
n ' Tramient $1.00, up Q
U Weekly $5.00, "P
T i T
, . all the latest newj-"00;