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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1921)
THUIWOAV, JUNK 0, IIWI
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
Published Ually M?t Sunday, br
Tfc Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath Fall. M1 ElBhthStreat. I
Bnterod at th poitotrico at Kla
tsath Falls. Ore., for transmission
tarough (be mall at iecond-lass ,
MKMIIUll OK THR AKHOCIATKD ,
The Associated Pr oxclnslvely ;
Mtllled to the use (or republication
ot all new dispatches credited to It.i
or not otherwise, credited In this
paper, anil alio the local now pub
numsDAY. ji'nk i. uat
j Personal Mention
J. I McAullffe. a prominent Fort'
Klamath rancher. 1 hero (or a few
tiara on business.
W. M Siren U a business vliltor
W. V. Forducy. a rancher from the
Lorrella district. U here transacting
C. 0 Catheart It a buslncM vUltor
from Me J for J.
J. F. Hrown. of Dunsmulr. Is reg
istered at a local hotel.
It. U Schmidt la In from Olene at
tending to buslnc matter.
Mr. John Taylor of Merrill. U In ,
town today shopping and attending to,
other buslncsn matters.
J. U lleckley rptnrned lat night'
from a business trip to Willow. Cal
J. L. Hayne nu a. bualnesa tU- ,
itor from Malln today. !
Mr. John Vale and Mr. George
Vale motored up to Kocky Point and
spent a meat enjoyable day yester
day. Mrs. K J. Snelllng who baa been
vUltlng with frlendi at Uakevlew. re- t
turned to her home at Albany this1
Mr. K D Tllton was a pasenger(
for Weed thla mornlnic where- "he
goes to join Mr. Tllton who baa been
there for oorae time Mr. Tllton
formerly employed by the Chlloquln
Lumber company at Tlno Grove. t
Mr. D. Stukel and two Brand-1
daughter. Alta and Alma Wlbon. of
Merrill. Wt thli morning for an ex
tended Tlilt at Kugene. .
Mr. Harrr I-ouck was a passcn
ger for Yreka thla morning.
Ed. Weston of Chlloquln. left this
morning for Portland to attend the
IUmo Fwtlval and tU It with friend. J
Mr. Florence Klrgesner, of San I
Traneliico. who baa be?n here for mjv-I
era! day looking after property In-'
terecta, returned to her home at Sanj
rrandsco this morning. (
Mr. Charles Martin left for Port
land thl morning to attend the Rose
Festival and the Grand Chapter of,
the Eastern Star, which meet there!
thl week J
Mr. and Mr. C. U. BIo and fam-'
ily who bare been residing here for
the past few months, left this morn-i
tag for Sacramento where they ex
pect to locate permanently. i
MUt Agnc Drlscoll. of tho First '
State and Savings bank, has return
ed from Salem wber she baa been
for the past ten days rlsltlng with!
W mother and Hlster. I
Passenger on the automobile'
Mage for Ashland and Hod ford this
morning wero B. F. I'thus, Spratt ,
AVell and Helen Whistler.
Marshall Hooper, vice president of
tho First State and Saving bank,
loft for Medfnrd this morning to
spend a few days on iilnou.
Mr. and Mrs. George Walton and
two daughters left this morning by
automobile for Portland. Mr Wal
ton who Is an officer In the Grand
Cb4pter of Royal Arch Masons, will
attend their convention In Portland,
which meet next Monday They went
by way of Bend and expect to return
through tho Koguo Illver valley
W. C. Van Knion left today by au
tomobile for Portland to attend the
meeting of tho Grand Idgo of Ma
aons, which meet there next wtxjk
J. M. Richardson, representative
of tho Russia Content company, man
ufacturers of l,a Page's gluo and sig
net inks, of Gloucuostor, Muss., re
turned to his homo this morning af
ter upending a few days hero on bus-
Mr. and Mr. Henry Wells and)
grantf-daugbter, Kva Arnell, are vis-
itlnir at the home of I.. A West. They
aro from Alinosa. Colorado, Mrs.
' "Wollu Is a sister of Mr. West,
,,. , i
Oeorgo Furber and family were
Klamath Fall visitor Monday.
Mr. nd Mr. W. (1. Motsker, from
Shlpplngton, wero vlolton at the
William Worden homo Friday earn
ing Charlc Agrr and William Wor
den wtvr luncheon guest l the J.
W. Jory honw Tuesday.
Miss IJlilan Knapp wa i week
end visitor at Klamath Falls. She
went up to lake In tho show "The.
Shepherd of the Hills"
The public Is cordially Invited to
com" to tho entertainment and lev
crtam social given at tho Midland
echool auditorium on tho evening of
Juno l?th All ladle of tho neigh
borhood aro requested to bring
Mr A V Oweni from Klamath
Fall Is visiting her daughter. Mrs
Mr William Worden returned
home Friday from ShlpjHngton after
a month' visit with friends and rel
ative of that plac
Sheriff l.loyd Ixiw was a Midland
visitor Friday Ho brought the bal
lot for tho special election
Threo carloads of cattle were
shipped hero from Willows. Calif..
SatunUy. to tho Klamath Packing
Mrs C It Patterson wtw a Mid
land school visitor Monday
Mr. and Mrs J W Jory were Kla
math Falls visitor Wednesday Mr.
Jory look up tho ballot box used at
tho special election
P. J. Peterson left Monday for Ap
plegate. Oregon, for an extended visit
to It. Y Hanson, pioneer miner of
A gasotln engine has been In
stalled recently by tho Southern Pa
cific, where the old windmill stood.
Mr. Gervln completed tho engine
house last week
Kent it kodak from Stlnson Photo
Call 1 So for your taxi.
FOB HUIK Urt and small cars.
Phono 1S5. 9
A good bed and n good bath at Co.'
lonlal rooius, ltth. iir Main j
FOB SAU: Now two heeled trail
er. FOB 8AI.H Ono fvo-pumrtiRor
lHdgo ear. Beducvd from 11000
FOB 8AI.F. Otto 1 part'nger JOSO
tKirt. deduced from 1900 to 1TJ0,
Kla.VI.XTH APTt) CO
Buy Call. Pni
Phone :e SSI Main Ht
Vm It EXT Ono 3 and ono I room
apartment. I.o Aturtiuents !!!
WANTKO Idy wants ihIIIoi as
cook Will accept housekeeping.
Box till. Ib-rald. 9.
FOB SAUK - White wicker lby
buggy: good condition Call 333 N
10th St Phono JUJ 9-11
FtB BKNT Furnished l-room ap.(
artment Phono 3T3J. 9-11
1 ' 'IliWil)
FOB BKNT 3-room tarnished -!
artment. also sleeping room; (31 ,
., sin at. i jiunn ujj
Oil, WHY? (Hl
Pay f 1000 00 per sharo for oil
stock when you ran buy 40 arre4 of
land "not leased" adjoining the Hie
mens oil well Write Hot Z M . euro
Evening Hernld. S 10
BED BI.CFF. Cal . June 9 An
effort to determine hat cause the
eruptions of I-nwn Peak. 47 mllis
east of Bed Bluff, and the only live
Volcano In tho United State, will
be made this summer by Or J S.
Oilier of tho Cnlted State Geologi
Dr. Miller, who arrived recently
from Washington. I). C. to pursue
his Investigations, ha been connect
ed with tho geological surver'thlrty
eight year. In that time he ha
spent a portion of every summer,
except In 1&93 and in 1930. in Cali
fornia Investigating Uus-n Peak im
According to Dr Dillcr' records,
there have been COO eruptions from
Lassen. In 1S83, Or. Oilier aacende1
to the peak of the volcano, which
attains an altitude of 10.350 feel.
It U the scientist's Intention to In
vestigate hot spring at the ba- cf
tho mountain In an effort to deter
mine the source of heat for the
springs. Many of the spring havn
been hot for years. While others, es
pecially tboe connected with recent
eruptions, aro hot only at times
The most Intensive eruption cf
!js.wn wa that of May 22. 191S
which resulted In the formation of a
remarkable mush-room shaped cloud
rising to an altitude of 35.000 feet
above the summit
WANTED Elderly man or woman,
or widow to do pari llnio Janitor
work In office. White person only
nred apply Apply box U Herald
Colonial furnished ono room cab
ins for housekeeping. Ilth. near
Main street, and 7(1 Walnut. Good
FOHK1GV ATTACHES MAY
HAVE Til PAY POM. TAA
HACBAMKNTO. Cal . Juno 9 -
Governor Slephrns' offlrr. hu rrCnlv
ed numerous letter from foreign
consuls In America asking If Ibo re
cently approved alien poll tax law
of California applies to consular of
ficers and attache. TJio (juration has
not yet Iwrn deCldrd.
Tho law. which has be-n dncrltd
a stringent and providing few loop
holes for pomlblo evasion of Its pro
visions, requires evnry male allrn
over tho ago of 31 to regltter within
thn-o day after entering tho state
For alien already resident In the
state the time for registration is stat
ed. lU-glstrations must bo romtd'ted
by July 31 A penalty of fifty per
cent of the poll tax Is provided for
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VV . WHERC PARTICULAR PEOPLE Uy
l?Wy.J BUY THEIR DRUGS lHt-7ui
I'Uiwt tuning, W. II liirn. 7.1.1
When a man's faith makes bis
head hot It conceals bis heart
Don't mlM seeing Eagle itidgo at
this seiaon Nature Is at her b-t
To Eagle Bldgo and Bocky
Point Bus leates Western
Transfer office at H IS. boat
laavrw landing at H SO Bo
turning boat leaves Eagle
Bldgo at 4 30
W. II. MorKun. tlie Ran Frnnrlrt
pLino tuner, U ntaklng headqu-irtiTw
ttitli lUrl Klwpln-ril .Mulr Hiium for
n sli'jrt time, nmnr SH'J.1. 7-H.tl
Piano tuning, W. II, Morgan. 7-lil
SEE MR. WESTON AT THE MECCA
POOL ROOM IN REGARD TO CON
CESSIONS FOR FOURTH OF JULY
Tho spoclnl oloction was a quiet
affnlr In ' Midland. Only 22 ballots
wcro cast. The following served on
tho election beard: Charles Ager, J
W. Jory. W. J Worden, A. V David
son and O. It. Patterson.
Tho Mfulnnd school clobwl on Juno
7Ut, a tho election took placo In the
IonilnIco Forareso was a Sunday
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On account of a recent decline In the market w ato alls to o
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