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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1921)
WKDNKHDAY, JUNK , IMt
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Per Mortal Mention
The Woman's Ubrery club will
meet Friday afternoon nt SilO.
Charles Junior, (ho small con ot
Mr mt Mm. Charle Delp. l seri
ously III with pneumonia.
Mrs VIn Rlrgfeld. of Hanta liar
bara, California, In visiting at tho
homo of her nice. Mm. Charles
I-oomls. llcforn returning to her
homo. Mm. Rlrgfeld will go to Illy to
tUlt with hersdster. Mm, J. It. DUon.
Ollbcrt Anderson, of Dairy, brother-in-law
of Captain 0. C. Applegate,
is suffering with a broken Icic which
ho recotred In a logging accident
Monday. Ho U now at tho Klamath
Ted White left for San Francisco
thl morning to bo gone a few day
on business. While them Mr White
will attend to securing amusement
for tho coming Fourth of July cele
bration. Mr. and Mm I. A. Scrogglns. who
barn been visiting at tho home of tr
and Mm. C P. Maeoo, left thl morn.
Inc for eatern Washington, where
they will Ttlt for awhile before re
turning to their home at Richmond,
Mm. J II Prewltt and son werti
passengers for Sacramento tblt mor
ning where they expect to mako their
Mr and Mr. F. M. Busby left for
Dunsrautr thla moraine where Mr.
llnaby U employed by the Southern
Mm. I. J. Dolaa waa a passenger
for San Francisco thl morning.
Passengers on the automobile stage
for Asfclaad and Med ford this morn
Injc wpro Mm. Reed. Jack lxvelady
and J. M. Whitney.
D. B. Oasdcll who recently re
turned from Long Beach. Calif- Is
ulto 111 at the Wilte rellcan hotel.
J. T. Dixon b another Tlsltor from
George Collins of the Medford
Grocery company, Is hero "attending
to basinet matter.
Mm. O. H. Harshbarger and daugh
ter. Miss Virginia, who hare been
visiting at the home of Mr. Harsh
barger's mother. Mm. S .8, Henley,
returned to their home at Oakland,
California, thli morning.
Mrs. A. Hllty- who ha been visit
leg at the Markley hora here, re
turned to her homo at Dunsmulr
Lou! Hoagtand returned last night
from a business trip to California.
Among those who are In from LUy
attending to business matter are
Mr. U A. Richardson. Mr. and Mm.
W. T. Garrett. Mrs. A. D. Hamaker
and O. W. Howard.
Martha J. Lyons Is a visitor from
Maodoel today attending to business
J. S. Watts came In from his ranch
at Bly yesterday to meet Mm. Watt
who has been Tlsltlng for tho last few
weeks In the Rogue Hirer Taller.
J. F. Magnlre left thla morning for
a short business trip to Portland.
Virgil Meador Is a business Tlsltor
from Modoc Point.
J. H. Hobbs, the Merrill merchant,
wm In town yesterday attending to
T. M. Cunningham of Olene, rnoT
ed bis cattle yesterday to Iluek lake
for the summer.
Charle Shuck and Mas Hart rod
were business Tisitors from Merrill
E. S. Terwilllger, a stock man
from Macdoel. Is here today trans
J. R. Slaemore of Fort Klamath, Is
here for the day.
John E. Artehison, of the Inter
state commerce commission. Is reg
istered at the White Pelican hotel.
Mm. S. P. Morgan left this morn
ing for Portland, where she will Tlslt
indefinitely. While here she Tlslted
with her daughters, Mrs. P. K. lilnk
ley and Mm. Willard L. Smith.
On G. O. P. Committee
WASHINGTON, Juno 8. John T.
Adams ot Iowa was today elected
Republican national committer
chairman succeeding Wilt II. Hays,
Ralph K Williams of Oregon -was
elected vice chairman to succeed
iiov i. Di; Kr homi;
Mr and Mm Charlie Dclap are
tho parent of a tine baby boy, bom
to them yeoterday at their home on
south Riverside street.
Suit Against Local
Remington typewriter No. 10, for
sam or rent. Good condition I'hoim
92? JOS Wllllt llldg.
Colonial furnished nne-roum rait
In for housekeeping, tlth near Main
street, and Til Walnut. Good rook
Call 1S6 for your tavl
FOR II1UK Urge and sum 1 1 cam
Phono IK 5. R
A good bed and a good hath at Co
lonial rooms, 1 1th, near Main. it
Surgeon on Trial
Trial of the suit ot W T Oat
rett. Illy rancher, against Dr K. D
Johnson tor I IS. 000 damage staff
ed In the circuit court this morning.
When tho afternoon session opened
a Jury was In the box and plaintiff,
the tint witness, was still on (ho
Plalntltt alleges that be suffer
ed great damage when defendant
performed upon him an operation
other than the operation which he
had Instructed to hare performed.
Tho Jurors are Jack Slater, Kd.
Propst, Charle Gray. John Knders,
N. J. Chapman. James nialr, Otto
Heldrick, A. II Collins. O II
Coud. O. Uron. Austin Harden,
and J .1. Johnston.
Thn Ow Cafe will servo a mer
chant' lunch from 11 00 to 3 00
o'clock each day for 30c. 7-1 1
FOR IlKNT-fiTuont house, well
furnished. Call or phone Owl Cafe
PIOIITI FIGIITi I'MIITI
CUT Tit JtSS O
rVX? A MONTH
1.08T -Gold nuggett with portion of , ,No n,n:H hkpuI.TKII
eiH,iii ,iitaii ntiHi t4 n w yvs , v
Reward Ted White. Mondale Thea
FOR UKNT Two good outside office
room over Hugarman'a atore Ttiey
are new. clean and well lighted Chll
cote & Smith, 33 Main St. 8-9
The Owl Cafe will servo a mer
chants' lunch from 11:00 to 3-00
o'clock each day for 30c 7-11
IN MrUAIi JAIMIIIKAH,
Officers today reported no tua
to the whereabouts ot the all fugl-
Itrrs who etcaped following Monday
morning's Jail break
TRIO 1IKI.I TO KKDKIUI.
Jt'llV VNDKIt al.VH) IIOMS
After examination before llert C
Thomas. Cnlted State- commlutoner,
Je Turner. 1 Miller and J. Nolan,
arrested Monday nlbt tor Illicit
liquor making, were bound over to
tho federal grand Jury late yesterday
afternoon. Their bonds were fixed at
11500 each. In default ot bonds they
were remanded to Jail.
FOR FUAV GROUNDS
A psrk and playgrounds commit
tee was appointed by the directors of
th chamber of commerce yesterday
afternoon, consisting of Miss Alice
Blackford. E- R. Danner. W. II Ma
son. Mrs. Harry Ackley. R H. Dun
bar, Mm. G A. Krouse, Geo. Forge.
Joe Shirk. Arthur Wilson. J K
Swan son and C T. Luddcn. chairman.
HOTKb MEX TO MKET
SANTA CRUZ. Cal.. June S. Ho
tel keepem of California meet hern
June 9 to 11 at the tenth annual
convention ot the California State
Hotel Men's Association.
One feature of the convention will
bo a golf tournament between teams
representing the northern and sou-
tnsrn California hotel men.
FOR SAIX -llrand new and strictly
modern f lie-room furnished bun
galow with corner lot, on Ninth si .
tone lounnaiion, uasenieui. ouuei. i
cabinet kitchen, largo light rooms
Mom than $1250.00 worth of good
furniture gvea with place. Wo ar
fortunate In being able to offer this
fine homo nt IS000 furnished. Pay
11000 rash and balance like rent
Hotter look at this place today. Chll
cote A Smith. 33 Main St. S-9
FOR RAt.K -Very cheap, good sub
stantlal dining table, sewing ma
chine and stand table Call 3 &0 N
FOR SAM) Cabbage and cauliflow
er plants. tH Main St. Phone
WANTKD 3 4 ton truck for three
days. Call at Army Goods Store
FOR HKNT Two large sleeping
rooms adjoining bath 1160 Pin
FOR RKNT- tlsrn. will arrommo-
data i horses Call evenings, 303
Michigan Ave .
LOOK AT THIS llil.t. FOR 3Se
Seymour and Dupree
A real novelty act, singing, talking,
dancing and music.
"Flirting With Fate"
Two Muck Sennctt
Show starts at l& sharp
Piano Inning. W. II. Morgan. 7-13
SACRAMENTO. June 8 Con
strnction of 35 miles ot highway at a
cost ot 1700,000 In California na
tional forests this year is outlined by
th public roads bureau of tho de
Dartmeot ot agriculture, according to
announcement. The great portion Is
comprised of dirt roads In the moun
Work of School
Central school was Informally
visited yesterday afternoon by about
60 parents for tho purpose of
inspecting the art work and other
Instructions given tho classes In the
first, second and third grades. There
rooms have been under the Instruc
tion ot Miss Anna Mar Johnston,
Mrs. Mollle Deldlng and Mm.
Golden Lincoln during tho pav
6t. Paul'a Episcopal Guild will
meet tomorrow afternoon at tho par
lors ot the Presbyterian church aX
3:30 o'clock. Refreshment will be
served after the business meeting,
barometric conditions appear
to be quite "settled" as the
Cyclo-Stormsgraph at Under
wood's Pharmacy has recorded
practically no changes since
last Saturday. Continuation
of the present weather is ex
pected. Forecast for nut 24 heurs:
jContlnned fair and warm,
with variable winds.
Columbia River is
Still on the Rise
PORTLAND. Juni 8. A further
gradustn rise of the Columbia was
reported today, but the Snake is
stationary. A gradual rise here un
til Saturday Is predicted. A dike
breaking last night flooded the big
truck farm of J II. Koberg at
Hood River, causing a 810,000 loss.
Heavy machinery In the eipcsed
section Is being moved at Th Dal
les. Dikes at Kelso. Washington.
are being strengthened
" isssis. ' ,
Why We Should Buy
HE prtMperlly of n rlly Is (IrsM-ndrnt
Un ita Industrie, If rms4uyttM,a( t MUllU
Hie lUr problem and loanr ulhrra rurrr-Utrd
The pwpli. of Klamath orr Klamath il,rr I,,,,) muli
siratlfiut suptHirt. To support Klamath tortus i ,0.
H.t lt liulualrlea, nlilrti In turn la a suppott of U
In ttie Inlerrsi of prosperity aad a gmatrr Klaiiwtli. t
U lite duty of vwrr cltlsst lo give prrfrreiXB t bar
lioiim fatorea aad pnmtutl m tm llta KruUud uf
M-ntliitrnl, but a a pure baalaea pruHai,lu,
The nn rtwull of HrtMral support In litis lluo win U
itnllnurt pfiMperky for Klassaatk.
WE MAKE WINDOWS, DOORS,
SCRJEENS AND CABINET WORK.
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
jl I I II" II
I' I tm l I ii U I J ISJaT '111'
" """-fc - - - - . - - -, i"iJsirarw'i"usj.ruLi.'Ln. i ui.
Want Star Mail
Route to Bend
A star mall route from Klamath
Falls to llrnd. which will shorten the
tlmtt of mall communication belwi-rn
the two cities) beside giving sTrtc
to many homee-along tho route, is be
ing considered. A petition for the
route is in circulation
Ily train, as now handled, Irttora
for Rend must take a trip of C00
miles), or moro, and aru sometimes
four or flvo days on the road. It Is
We wish to announco that wo;
liar- a resident agent here who,
will be glad to call on you and abow.
you sample and ciplaln tho mak-i
log of flufr rugs wovn from your
Mosan Art Rug Co.
Office 116 H Jib St Klamath Falta
Phone HJ-lt WK CLKAN HUGH
-" i.- - n in i
I ' I 1"
At The Liberty
Wlaxihtn aixl sulorablA VIU Dana In
As stranga as a fairy tal- as lbs s4
nlur lhal look CooaU McOIII. !!
t-Mjr kitcbrn drudgs, from hr pots sai
pans lhal cLlbrd br In silks and !
hr dancing tlh her hearl's dn.tr
glided ballroom "Just Ilk Tlndsfsllt.
you'll say but not btn uu lrn of th
rubbery that folluwrd the suddrn tar
mull and lha w( rttMlng of lbs art
of the law
"The Outside Woman"
NTAItllINO WANDA II.WU.I
The dalnlt of alar In lb msrrlrst of
.. .!.. .11. .. ,..... ..i.
H'tlS kilJmtnll It X C, U,
W. II. Morgan, Ihn Han Fnuirlru
piano lunr-r, l nuaklng Ii-iidiuar1rni
ullh Karl Hltrplienl Music Houso for
a short tint. Phono SM'f. 7-M.fl
S.hcmnnn at tho
yr i 4 A.mr
Well say Granpqp
packs a wallop!
1XVTH GOBS TO JAIL FOIl
DAY! PAYS 100 FINE
NEW YORK, Juno 8. Babo
Ruth today waa sentenced to a day
la Jail and fined 100 for auto
WAi.LACK IlEID la
Svo Wallace Held in a groat doublo role.
One a millionaire shanghaied by a crook, his dou
ble Seo them struggle with "wits and brawn to proro who
20 for 20 cents
in alr-tltht nsoasgss.
Alto obUlntbU In round
ns of SO, vaeuunt-ftUJ.
QRAN'POf PMOBAitV Is.
TMK NATIONAL champion.
AT SWAPPINO things.
TWO YCAna sgo he swspptd.
THE OLO blind mar.
FOR A cider rnllL
ANO THEN of course.
WHEN WE went dry.
CIDER MILLS got valuable,
AND ORAN'POP swapped again.
AND QOT a nirrer,
80 I said, "Oran'pop.
SUPPOSE I alsrt you.
WITH THAT old busted.
BABY CARRIAOE back home.
COULDN'T YOU swap It.
AND OET me.
A CRAPTV glesm.
CAME INTO (Irsn'pop's eye.
AS HE ssid, "No
BUT I'LL loll s,
I'LL SWAP a match.
rOR ONE Of lbm.
CIGARETTES Or" youro.
SO WE swspped.
ONE BROKEN paper mtt,
FOR ONE prfoct dispell.
AND YOU ought to o.
HOW PLEASED bo was.
IT DID me good.
TO BE "dona" by Orsn'pop-
monsy naver brought "'J'SJ
Choicest tobaccos iTu klh and V
meatlc) so blended that you gsj
last Hi of their llavor. AndU'c'W
Aslds do what no other clj(rIW c
TIIUIWDAY A HI'KCIAL
"A VOICE IN THE DARK"
FRIDAY AND HATUIIDAY
That great production you have boon waiting for
"IDOLS OF CLAY"
LiooittMvm Tobacco Ca