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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1921)
MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1M1.
The Evening Herald
In Ye Olde Home Towne
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Published Mir except Sunday, by
Tke Herald Publishing. Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
tared at the poatottlee at Kla
lavatfc Falla, Ore., (or transmission
ttrvsgh the malla aa aocond-clasa
MKMBEl OP Tnw ASStOCIATKD
Tb Associated Tre-a li exclusively
larlU4 to the use lor republication
C all news dispatches credited to It,
r net otherwise credited In this
Mver, and also the local news pub
Maher 'horeln. '
MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1021.
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JOE HULK SHOVED ED3)MP00N3 HIRED
MAN HOWDEMPSEY PLACES Hi) FAMOUS
IN TRYING TO
TIIK HOTTEST DAY
The mercury achieved the altl
tade record (or the season yester
day, when the thermometer at the
reclamation service station register
od 96 'degrees. The previous miixl
Bium was 94 degrees.
Crippled 'Lad Happy
The letter below was written by
a small Klamath county boy from
the hospital (or crippled children In
Portland. Through the efforts of
the county .health nurse, this child
has high hopes ot becoming, some
time In the future, a useful citizen
ot tho county, and, It the spirit In
which tho letter Is written survives,
a happy one, too.
"Portland. Ore., July 28, 1921.
"DearMother, Father and Beber
"I am fine, hope you aro. 'loo.
They have taken measurements for
splints, and say. In the morning, I
wash and eat before I dress. I have
nothing to do but have a good time.
Say, mamma, will you send my
purse, handkerchiefs, comb and
"Bebo, haw's old Chinese and
Peach Blossom and the people And
IJjtl, hoWs old Snukums? O, mam
ma. Doctor Dllly Hunt played pitch
with mo. "
"I have had an ox-ray picture of
my right hand, right knee and right
hip. O, say, how's old Kip? And
Don Boy? Have you seen Dutch?
Has Sol taken the books home?
Have you Got the brown bull? Has
the cat run off tho track any more?
Have you had any Jums with the
car? One ot our friends Is going
home, and, say, my anklo hurts no
more; and a doctor give me another
examination. I don't know any
"So, goodbje. As ovor, your lov
Ins sun, t
Survey Complete on
Judge Bunnell and Commissioner
Asa Fordyce last week had tho sur
vey from the Williamson river brldgo
urrcs to Chlloquln completed uhd
n letter from tho engineer In charge
or tho survey, stated that the dis
tance will be 4 3-4 miles, with one
portion, about 600 re"ot with n t.
grado, ono small raise with a 5
grado and tho balance almost levol
Judge Bunnell stated that the con
struction ou this road would begin,
as, soon as funds wero .available.
Tills survey, he added, would make
a direct connection with The Dalles
California stato highway and was
possessed of many inonoy saving fea
tures for tho county over another
route which was suggested to the
county court. The Touto which tho
court reviewed scarcoly had any
nrado" outsldo tho two places whuro
tho 5 and C per cent grade existed.
SUIT ON NOTE
Suit has been tiled In tho circuit
court by Henry Schneider against
John D. Morgan and S. H. Francis
for tho collection ot 'an .alleged un
paid noto amounting to $000, due
Jane 21. Interest at 8 por cent
from December 21, 1920 tand attor
ney fees for 1160 are sued for by
Huld Washington llurran
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. Over In
England, tho controller and auditor
general has becu checking up on tbo
costs to tho nation Incurred In gov
ernment adventures In business and
trade during the war. As reportn.l by
tho consulate general at London to
tho bureau ot foreign and domestic
commerce, an official blue book ius
been Issued presenting somo of the
results. Precisely ai In tho United
States, the statistics show that the
government In business fulled dis
tressfully. A review of some ot the Important
findings In the blue book which does
not purport to be complete, indicate
a loss on only a tow ot the opera
tions aggregating moro than 8S15,
58 1,609, but thcro are profits shown
In other lines.
1-roflt ta Liquor Traffic
Par example, the liquor truffle In
Great Britain was under government
al-control and shows a profit to thn
government of $3,371,142. In other
words, the government mny he suc
cessful as a barkeeper hut not as a
Tho government Insurance business
also showed fat profits. On marine
Insurance, tbo premiums paid by the
Insure exceeded the losses and tho
costs ot operations by 40,'J76,190.
The government also Insured proper
ty owners, and Individuals
against losses by bombardment from
tbo air or sea .and In thU elans of
business It netted a profit of Jt,
187,166. But tbo figures presented for the
food ministry aro lamentable. The
operations of tho wheat comniU'Ion
alone produced a loss of $77.:ilS.
41. Tbo blue book assorts that tho
pcrclso loss on the bread subsidy tor
two and a halt years to March 31 ,
1920, cannot be ascertained, "but It
exceeded that of tho wheat eommls
slon's operations." Hero tnen ..ire
losses In these two clasirs aggregat
ing more than $754,637,000.
Offered to State
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. Assist
ant secretary of the navy Koosevolt
has notified Hcproacntntlvo Slnnott,
that the stato of Oregon can havo
the battleship "Oregon" for all tlmo
ns a memorial or training ship, pro
vided the navy department Incurs no
Neither Portland nor the stato havo
funds available for the purposu and
prlvato subscriptions now seems unlikely.
WEATHER RECORD I
Heroattor Tbo Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera-
ures and precipitation record as tak
en by tho U. S. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will covor the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to & o clock or tne day.
HID THE NUT
PORTLAND WOMAN COUM) NOT
I,IKT CUP OK TKA TO MPS
WITHOUT HPlLMNtl IT
"I nm willing to Join with those
who aro tolling about their cxpcrl
enco with Tnnlac, tor tho mora poo-
plo know uliout this wonderful mod
iclno tho less Buffering thcro will
bo," said Mrs. Mary A. Chambors,
183 V, Park nvenuo, Portland, Oro.
"It- seems that almost everything
undor the shining sun was tho mat
ter with mo. First I wns nporatod
on for appendicitis, then I began
having lumbago so bad I could
hardly move and my back folt tlko
It -would break In two. I had no
nppetlle to epeak of, would never
oat any breakfast, and the llttlo I
uto at olhor meals 'seemed to do mo
moro harm than good. My nerves
wero In such awful condition that I
shook like I had tho patsy, and my
hands trembled m I couldn't lift n
full cup ot lea to my mouth with
out spilling It, I lost flesh until 1
weighed only ninety pounds, and
was so weak that It would tiro me
out to walk moro than a few slops
"Tanlac helped tue right from thn
start, and 'I haven'o had a bad day
since t finished my first bottle.
est heartily threo times a day and
ocn take a snack between moals.
I have gainod twenty pounds in
weight and have picked up strongth
so that I can do a hard dny's house-
cleaning without getting tired. I'm
well and happy today, and I praise
Tanlac from the bottom ot my
heart " Adv.
KOll HUNT -Beautiful largo front
room. Private entrance, bath and
phone. 512 N. 9th St- 8-13
Aug. 2 ..
Aug. 3 ..
Aug. 5 ..
Aug 6 .,
Aug. 7 .
7 NEW TODAY
FOll RENT 5-room modern fur
. nlshed house. Phone 147-M. Ap-
tly 1129 Lincoln. 8-D
11920 490.Cbcvrolet, fully
equipped with accessories. Now car
the date ami title may be written on each film at the
time the picture is made.
This autographic feature is exclusively Eastman
and every Kodak has it.
For pictures on the motor trip, snap-shots of the
children, in fact foralmost any type of picturc.thc title,
in the years to come, adds much the date even mui c.
l'hotogriphy cxpcnilve Ixxk st the price ugi In our KoJik
win Jew or better still loet: over the line. I'xpcnilvef
You never got luch luting plcnure at hj mull coit.
Kodaks $8.00 up Brownies $2.00 up
W'v-, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON tftJ?w I
V WHeftC PAKTKULAft PCOPLC m
I i.CTv I "UV TMttR ORUOSV lAgrJjUdvl
1 1918-Bulck Six. Flvo
tires. Car A-l condition.
1 1918-Bulck Four, viiaranlund
first class condition. Heal bargain.
Inquire of J. C. WJtiailT Oil
IIUICK HALKi AND SERVICE CO.
.7TIL. AND KLAMATH AVK.
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St..
und nt Colonial annox, 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldo airy rooms, S
FOR SAM- Ono brand new 30-30
Savage, rlflo and 3 boxes of sholls,
$40. See F. Nasor, Holland Hotel.
FOR BALK OR RKNT 5-room mod-
I crn houso, furnished. Ono lot on
pnvoment, good location, both rhnap,
I alio new $56 refrigerator, $30 Call
1492-11. 8-1 !
WANTKI) Someone to put up 150
acres of hay on shares, being irut
and shocked now. Will Inaso tbi
ranch which Is good dairy ranch..
Inquire. H. W. Roberts, i00 Valley.)
Postofflrc, Bonanza, 8-10
WANTKD Uundry to do at home
Phono 322-R, or call nt 1236 Look
out Ave. 8-10'
FOR BM.K 3 male goats, A moaths
(lit; I temaln goat, 2 years old
Inquire K. Ww Roberts, Poo Valley.
Postotflca, Bonanxa. 8-1 0
FOR SALE A-l paying business.
New and secondhand goods. Will
sacrifice Right man. Snap. Seo Olck
6th und Klamath Ave. 8-9
FOR RENT 3-room furnished
honse. 1021 Washington. 8
FOR SALE A-l ton truck. Will sell
cheap or trade. What have you?
Seo Dick 6th and Klamath Ave. 8-9
FOR SALE Astrakan npples, this
unol' nt nltl HrnUn nlnrn f.f) Prill.
n.-I, " " ,...., www ww..'
EXPERIENCED hotel woman wants
position. Phone 172, call R. M 21.
Colonial ono room cabins for house
keeping. 741 Walnut Avo. 8
N$ .. ... nVtrA
KODAK WORK Zl
Before 9 OciocK-Your
A.M- Pictures are ready ai" 6 p.t
v jrvLAimin tajlls urctiuurt
V I WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
pur.tvI BUY THEIR DRUGS Iaccuwacv)
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
' a'.' -
Leave Union Taxi office 8 o'clock
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings '
Phone 424-J for reservations Large cars ;;
AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
The Sisters of Charity
"Without Cost or Expense to the City or County
The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and are entirely without Religious
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded, to pupils without regard to Creed
Tuition, Day Scholars 9 JI.00 per month
Hoard and Tuition .'. 980.00 per Inentli
This Includes board, laundry and ordinary medicine. For two children, 923.00'
per month. JFor doctors' calls tho local tea Is charged.
Klufllc Lessons '. 97.00 per month.
Ho j s from 0 lo 1-1 yours, Hoarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for