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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, Jtn.T IS, tWl
T.i i o
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Mr. and Mn, J. N. Alnutt have
returned hope from' a ten day
camping trip at Crater Lake and tbo
Roguo river districts, arriving homo
Saturday evening. Tholr guests on
this occasion woro Mrs. Alnutt'a Bis
ter, Mrs. Allen Davis, and nor
mother, Mrs. Snelllng ot Yakima,
A. E. Kocd ot Portland Is register-1
ed at tho Wblto I'ellcan hotel today
Mr. and Mrs. Jark Goddnrd arriv
ed last night from Wtoed and arc
guesta at tbo White I'ellcan hotel.
Miss Allco Post Tabor, Mrs. Allco
Poat Tabor and Miss Fnullno Spcrry.
tourists who havo been visiting Klam
ath county, left this morning on tho
train bound for tbelr homes in Uerk
Thomas H. Ness came over from,
Medfod yesterday to see tho ball
game between the two Copco tennis.
P. 8. Puckett who resides at Re
creation, Is In town today on
matters of business.
The Mills party drovo to Spring
Creek Saturday night and on to Crat
er lake the next day.
Mlas Dortha Martin. Miss Marin
Rambo nnd Miss Josephine Fink re
timed yesterday from Recreation
Creek where they have been spending
few days with Mies Martin's grand
father, Tom Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore, Miss Juno
Dick, Charles Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Hunsaker and Jess Hunsakcr, all of
whoa spent the week-end at Clover
Creek springs, report a most delight
ful time. They saw n lot ot deer
tracks and scared several doer up In
the brash while out picking mountain
Mr. and Mrs. C IL Underwood and
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Magee, ot tho
Underwood Pharmacy force, motored
to Crater lake yesterday.
Roy Patrick of Corvallls Is hero
visiting his aurjt, Mn. Joe Mooro.
Marriage licenses wero Issued Sat
urday to Dean H. Mlnnls and Ruth
E. Stillman, both of Klamath Falls;
and to David C. Skeen and Fena M.
Vaughn. Mr. Mlnnls and Miss Still
man were married Sunday by Rev.
J. Hw Dickson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wlthrow were
at Clover creek yesterday and Bert
aft he didn't f lib any. but that they
dii mb tine lilies.
ant Smith, aid ton, Gordon. Rob
tit SteM tad Robert Junior fished
yesterday In Jennie creeksnd report
a fine day.
. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoagland and
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Houston left town
Saturday night and spent Sunday nt
William (Dad) WlUon. one of Kla
math Falls' oldest pioneers, is back
In town after an absence of several
months which he spent In Santa Crux.
Tom Garrett of Dly drove into
town this morning to purchase sup
plies for his ranch.
Every Telephone Is a Long
The Pacific Long Distance Telephone lines are the
voice highways of the Coast. Every telephone among
the 1,060,000 operated by The Pacific Telephone and
Telegraph Company and its connecting companies is in
potential connection with every other and can be
placed in actual connection when desired. .
This vast system of communication is at the dispos
al of the business men of the Coast States for commer
cial use and for personal conversations between far
Reach out and get your share of business by the
Long Distance way. Keep in touch with relatives and
friends over Long Distance. You will find the results
Ask for Pacific Long Distance.
The Pacific Telephone &
Visitors at Crstor lako ymtcday
report that a plane from tho Medford
flold flew over tho lako In tho After
noon. Mr. anil Mrs. Oscar Peyton, nccom
pnnlod by Mr. Peyton's slstor, Mrs.
C. S. Morris and her daughter, Helen,
loft Saturday night for Crntor lnko,
whero they Ma) oil ovor Sunday nnd
from (ho lako started tor Diamond
l.iko -where they will cump for sever
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard Peyton and
family spent Sunday at Crator Lake.
C. J. Mcintosh, Is in tho city from
O. A. Onttondlng to business affairs
connected with tho county agricultur
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mills, Mrs. Mln
nlo Henry, Mrs. Gortrude Mooro nnd
1). II. Worthlngton of llelolt. Wis.,
nero among tho Klamath people who
left town over tho week-end.
Attorney R. C. Groesbeck and fam
ily left Saturday afternoon for a trip
to Eugene and points In tho northern
pa'rt of the state. A atop will bo made
at Roseburg whoro legal buslnoss wilt
bo attendo dto by Mr. Groesbeck.
To mdnrrvtt, ono of tho prominent
sheep rnWers of tho Dly district was
I ntho city yesterday an dtoday tran
sacting personal business. Sheep con
ditions are reported good In his dis
trict. Flro Chief Keith Ambrose received
a notification this noon that his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ambroso ot
Missoula, Montann, had disposed of
all their prpoorty nnd wero motoring
to Ashland where they will reside In
Miss Margaret Callahan Is reported
to bo much Improved slnco leaving
here last week for Portland. She was
able to take a trip to Salem Friday
afternoon where sho notified local
frlonds ot her Improvement In
' E. C. Ream drovo Into town this
morning trom his ranch In tho val
ley and transacted business "with city
F. R. Wilson wno owns and op
crates a ranch In Poo Valley was
an early morning business visitor
In tbo county seat today.
Hal Ogle, Miss Enola Hawkins,
Mollle Donalson and Miss Elliott
visited jresterday with Mr. Ogle's
parents, who are stationed at tho
Fredenburg ranger station.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson, Mr. and
Mrs. Luskin and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Smith and family
spent tho week-end .at the Keno
L..F. Duval, of tho Standard 01)
company, who has been hero on
business for the past few days, toft
this morning for Sacramento.
Miss Emma Stuckey, who hat been
here with her brother for th? past
year, left on the morning train for
Los Angoles where sho expects to
spend tbo winter.
T. J. Jackson, a Fort Klamath
rancher, is shopping in the connty
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Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Sherman left
Sunday tor a tow days camping trip.
Mrs. Robert 81oan, Mlaa Orm-o
Hoagland and Stanley Hnjlcok drovo
to Upper Langell Valley yotord-v
nnd sponl tho day at tho ramtt of
Mr. aud Mrs. Levi McDonald.
Lyle Walthors left Saturday night
tor Medford whoro ho spent Sun
day -with his sister, Mrs. Floyd
Hart. Mr. Walthers also mado tho
acquaintance of his llttlo pleco who
Is a .recent addition to tho Hart
Miss Evelyn RounsovoH Is hero
from Oakland to spend a month visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Rounso
oll, after which sho wilt return to
the Day City to contlntio bor studies.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. G. Markwardt
and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Markwardt.
Gladys Markwardt, Robert nnd
George Fisher and Nell Owens wero
a party ot Klamath Falls folk who
drovo to tho Lake o' tho Woods for
Charles Oaddes spent Sunday with
his father at Eagle Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bradford
wero at tho Lake o' tho Woods over
tho week-end. '
A. Data who has been here from
Oakland for a few days returned to
his home this morning. While In
Klamath county Mr. Bate visited
Captain nnd Mrs. J. W. Siemens
accompanied by their nieces, the
Misses Mitchell and Mrs. James Olv
ans, spent yesterday at Rock Creek.
A. W. Macken was a county seat
visitor from Malln.
Are In Demand
MORGAN-TOWN, W. VA., July 18.
A pressing domand tor physicians
who will llvo nnd praotlco In rural
communities Is the most Important
problem confronting West Virginia,
according to the authorities or tho
school of medicine of tho University
of West Virginia here.
Summcrvllle, tho bounty est of
Mcholss county, does not have a di-c-tor,
and Clay county hss only one to
look aftor the pcoplo living In Its
333 square miles In somo hf tho
olhor counties, many people llvo from
16 to 20 miles from the nearest puy.
steian, and In some of the muntiln
counties It has been found almost
Impossible to get doctors to make
visits Into the country district. On
tho other hand, tho rltleb of 'tho
stato aro very well supplied With
medical men, Charleston, tho capital,
with a population ot 3s.C08, having
"It Is not always true that the rjty
or town doctor makes mora moony
than the country doctor," sayj a
statement by Dean Blmpion of tbo
School of Medicine. 'Country people
do not object to paying goad fees for
medical attention. They an usually
glad to get It at any prlci."
Circuit Court End
All criminals who w-oro Indicted
nt tho Inst session ot tho grand jury
havo had trials In tho circuit court
nnd tho ones whoso trials aro sot
for hearing at tho noxt nesalou, am
out on hull, according to tho report
of tho clerk of tho circuit court.
Tho docket will hnvo Tlvll cases
from now on until tho convening
of tho December ("orm of tho court.
Iato Saturday afternoon, upon tho
request of Prosecutor Attorney
Hrowor. paroles wero granted by
tho court to Edward W. Jones,
charged -with forgery, A. II, Hunt
ington, forgery, nnd lloy Patch,
chargod with auto theft. All three
defendants madn a chnngo of plea
from "not guilty" to "guilty" and
received suspended sentence In the
renltentlary nt Salem of two years
each. Prosecutor Attornoy Itrow
cr stated that ho bolleved that tho
three mon would bocome good cltl
tons It afforded the opportunity and
Judgo Kuykendall paroled thorn to
Circuit court will bo without the
services of Bailiff H. J. Mattooi
fir n pirlod ot three weeks as
"Mat" left yesterday morning with
his wife and son Wendell for n
threo -weeks trip to Santa Cru',
Calif., where a visit will bo made
with Mr. Mattoon's daughter. Mrs.
Ben Kearns. Tho party aro driv
ing to Santa Crui and according to
Lloyd DeLap, "Mat' will never bo
a violator of tho speed laws as 2
mites an hour is "Just his limit " j
COOLEST THKATRB IX TOWN
Formerly the Mandate
The IUnI Illoodrd Wrwtcm Picture
EDVTIIK STERLING IN
'The Girl Who Dared'
Acrlpplng thrilling story of tho'
cattle lands of tho far west. Thm
story of a girl sheriff who dared
round up a lawless band ot reno-l
gades, a girl who made good In a
man's job. and
Larry Semon Comedy
Oosntag Tuesday William
Hart In "Hells Hinges.'
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OFFICES 532 MAIN
Women are buying N. C. 0.
Hundreds of small $10.00 subscriptions;
many for $25 and $50 and a few $100, are com
ing in from the women.
The Women Are Doing Their Part to
Help Drill a Well
or call at S32
TOKIO, Juno 30. (lly Mall)
According to a dispatch from Pek
ing, n formal loan contract in con
nection with tho Klrln-Hulnlng rail
way, a provisional contract ot
which was concladed several years
ago when the Torachl cabinet was
In power, has been now concluded
between Mr. Ono, tho vlco president
of tho Industrial bnnk nnd tho
president of) tho railway.
Tho nmount ot tho loan Is
120,000,000, ot which 110,000,000
was advanced several yearn ago.
Tho tonus of tho contract pro
vide that tho chief onglnncr, treas
urer, and supervisor shall bo Jap
nnoso, In order that tho rovenuos
from tho railway may bo controll
ed by Japanese, I
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FA tit VIEW TRANSFER Will savo
you money on your transferring; al
so block wood 5,60 por cord. Phono
LOST Jlelweon Scandinavian Hall
and Star Theatre, long, silver bar
pin, set with six cut diamonds. Re
turn to Central Hotel. Reward. 18
Which we show TONIOHT
At Tho Liberty
Is a rainbow drama
To gladden the spirit
And lighten tho heart
It bubbles with laughter
And tho clover star
Is illancho Sweet
And wo also show
Of that highly Improbsblo
Hut Intensely Interesting
And that's that
And o want to ssy
Just n word
About tomorrow's picture
With Allco Lake.
ll'n a Ulg Ono
Don't Miss It! II. W. .!
A surprising number of
Northern Cal. Oil Co., Klamath Falls Ore.
Enclosed check I tor which pleas reserve
for me shares N. C. O. Stock at $1.00 per
share, for which I agroo to subscribe upon receipt of
subscription blank. '
' , Nfcnio
FOR BALIO 1 Studnbaker 4-7 pas
longer; 1 Allen, 4-G passenger; 1
Smith motor Dike like now. Easy
Ilrntrlioii nt Knaun Motors
FOIt RENT Threo housekeeping
rooms overlooking tho lake. Phone1
FOR BALIS 1020 Ford coupe, A-l
condition, four now tires. Ilol R.
FOR BALK 1020 Dnrt, run less
than 4000 mile In A-l condition.
Will tnko Ford car In trndo. Klamath
Falls Auto Co, 324 Main St. 18-18
FOR BALIJ 1010 Ford Touring, 4
speed transmission Beat covers
now top, largo steering wheel, De
mountable rlmni good tires, perw
pslnt, A bargain. Klamath Falls Au
to Co. 224 Main St. 18-28
FOR RENT 1 room apt., with pri
vate bath. KVIIogg House. 816
FOR BALK Ford speedster A-l
condition. Bargain at $270. Klara-
nth Falls Auto Co. 224 Main. 18-23
Advertising brings efficiency.
Pola Negri in
Tim famona coatlaeaUl atw nt
A drsma of old Spain. Its camp
flros and Its lovoflrce.
A mighty marvot ot tho screes,
with multitudes of playora. -
You'll seo Pola Negri In as great
a rolo as she plsyed In Passion
The Carter Le Havens In "Spirits"
MONTK IILUK IN
Sleeping room for
OIL CO. j
js-"-T,ap JJrlttnlllSttUsT'aj squirt.,