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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1921)
FRIDAY, AU0V8T IS, l8t.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Published Ally eirccpt' Bandar, by
The Herald. Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
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ath Falls, Ore., if or transmission
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FRIDAY, AUGUST' It, 1tlt
, WELCOME, KLAMATH'
(Medford Mall-Trlbune.Aug. ,,10.)
Klamath Falls has started some
thing, a clover and more friendly
rotation between Klamath and Jack
son counties. -.And Klamath thinks
It foolish to start anything you can't
finish, Including, It need be, a
flock of courthouse.
So tho meeting which occur to
day, promises to mark the dawn
of n better era, between the two
leading counties in Southern Ore
gon, and Klamath Falls dcacrv the
credit for, Initiating the movement
and laying tho corner stone.
But Mcdtord and Jackson coun
ty are moro than ready to do their
share. Thoro is only an artificial
uinsion Between tnese two coun
ties. In material interests they are
one. Whatover benefits Jackson
county benefit Klamath, and what
ever benotlts Klamath benotlu Jack
son. A certain rivalry' is bound to
ojlst, Is, In fact desirable, but on
the main issues of betterment and
development in Southern Oregon
thcro Is every reason for unity and
co-openiuon, mero is no reason
whatover for hostility, nnd discord
Tho trouble in tho post has been
,o trouble which today's meeting
promises to overcome, a goncral
suspicion induced by a lack of ae
qualntance. "Before our Tlsltors ro-
turn, they will havo a clearer riow
of us and our problems, and wo will
have a clearer vlerw of theirs.
Such a clarification of the at
mosphere ls.as the phrase goes, all
to the good.- I i '
So Medfor'd' and Jackson county
welcome their distinguished visitors.
If they have hammers as well a
tennis racquet, well and good, for
no sportsmen II to to watch a ser
ies of lore;jgames. Let aU tho cards
be put upon the table, lei all tho
grievances be alrod. and then clear
the way forJgoneral gel together,
an ,ra of good' fellowship and bet
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TIjTV ARE UP AGAINST THE FV.V PROBUM-
was In town on business vMtnrdiir n
afternoon. . NPU TftnAY
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I Personal Mention
Mr. and Mrs. George Thrasher,
daughter Mildred and son Jim, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thrasher, will
make up a party of Klamath Falls
folk who are expected to spend the
weex-end at Rocky Joint fishing..
Mr. and. Mrs. J.-A. Perry Jeff on
the boat this morning for Rocky
rami lor a rew days raoatlon.
F. C. Bldred of Taylor-rllls, CaU
fornla, who nas been her for the
past two weeks left for his home
. mis merning: Mr. Eldrod U sreat
ly Impressed by the Klamath coun-
i try and, according 'to his statement
this morning, has had a "rery en-
- joyaoie time. . t
James Blair and R. H. Cook left
this morning- for Crater lake to
spend tho week-end.
1 Miss Rcgna nneson, who has
been here, for the past two weeks
as the guest) of Miss .Era Jenkins,
loft this morning for nor home in
Mr. 'Hesse, of Us Hesse-Martin
Steel and Iron works of Portland,
left this morning after a days bus),
ncss visit in town.
R. R. Shaw, who Jjas" been hero
visum nis brother, who is a mem
ber of tho Sbaw-Bortram Lumber
company, left today for Portland by
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. ?. a. oueoorn was a passenger
on mis mornings outgoing train
bound for bis homo in Susanville
Miss Lois Sailor left this morn
ing on tho Chlioqum train for
week's visit with friends, at Mo Joe
Point anil flhllnnnln' '
Charles Dobrey a rancheFin the
Malln section was' a city visitor yes
terday." v - ' " "
Mrs. H. Lawrence made a trip into
town yesterday to attend to matters
of business. ,
Will Ezejl was in town ycatonlay
from his ranch on tho Merrill road
Mr, and Mrs. Everett Griffith, who
resides on the Merrill hill road, left
this morning In their car, for Ashland
and Medford where tboy will vlult
with relative's and friends.
Charles H, Smith, who operates a
fist ranch (a the' Klamath valley,
was In town on business yesterday
Ray M. Hicks of Pine Orove ut
transacting business In the county
seat tho first of the week.
Will Blackman a rancher on tho
Merrill road was In town after sup-pllea'yestorday.
Mrs. Jennie Hum returnod homo
yesterday from Medford where sto
went to meet hor small grand Ja'ughtr
Orctchen Hum who Is to spend
several wooks hore iwlth her grand
mother. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rice left yen
terday afternoon tor Spring.Crcok to
spend a few days' vacation.
Mrs. M. A. Collegium loft this
morning for her homo In Ashland
after a fcw.dayi spent hore attondlng
to matters of business connected with
hor, moving to thp Rogua river valley
town to mako nor futuro homo.
Judgo and Mrs. C. M. O'NclI de-;
parted yesterday in their car for
th'o Lake 'o the Woods to spend
5 overs! days -.
Mrs. C. L. Sutton and daughter are
here from San Francisco for n visit
with Mrs. Sutton's father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Matt.
Miss C. Hlgglns, Miss F. Hlldo-
brand and Miss A. Blanc all of llur-
llngame, California, left this mern:
Ing for their home there attor a vhlt
at -Crater Lake and Rocky Point.
Edward Geary, who his ben
spending several days at hit experi
mental farm on the Upper like. Is In
Edward Sweeny of Portland, a fra
ternity brother' of Tom Oolioll. left
this morning for Corvallls after
several weeks spent here. Mr. Swee
ny is a student at the Oregon Agri
W. E. Lamm ls:ln town today on
business from Modoc Point.
Valor C. D. Worden, one time resi
dent of Klamath Falls, Is In town thli
week from Portland attending to mat
ters of business. .
Alfred Collier and famll and Ulxs
Evangeline Foster, were In town last
night from the Collier jnlll :n Swan
flam H. Baker, cashier of the
Grants Pass and Josephine iBank, end
Attorney O. S. Blancbard, left thb
morning for that city. ,
It never pays to deal from tho bot
tom of tho dock, whnthorjn tho
game of cards or tho gamo of Jlfol
Frank Koeunn.t portraying tho pic
turesque tramp In ''Smoldering Km-
tiers," hnd to donl with those who
doublecrofisnd In both rnrds nnd
llfo. ' ' '. '. tt
Tho Htrand-lheAtro-ln presenting
this, newest of Frank Keennn'a, pro
ductlons.for Patho for two,, days
commenclna today. It Is nn nrlv
Innl story by Knto Oorbaloy ' who
hits -woven a chnrmlngr, romance
around tho mayor's stepson and a
cobbler's protty-daughtor, rwlthv a
TBsnuvau ymuis; a cupia-oy-proxy
The huckloberr season Is nlmnul
here nnd from reports xathored bv
J. B. Chambers, this season the lus
cious fruit Is plontlful In nit tho
patents well known to people hore.
Captain John Totton and a com
panion gathered BO gallons of swamp
berries near Aspen lake this week,
and the fruit wna large, full of Juice
and of an acellont quality. The no
gallons were gnthorer In two days.
WANTED To buy for cash,
frlgerator, Bos B, Herald,
FOR SALE Vive dairy cows and
ono Do Lave separator. Call F.
H. McCormack ranch, It. Otttln.
1 1P31 l 490-Chevrole'.. fully
equipped with accessories. New car
For Slump in Sales
BAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Aug. 12
Newspaper advertising, followed
up by' attroctlvo window displays,
is the best antidote tor slumping
sales, declarod S .B. Conybear of
Lancaster, Pa., In an address to del
egates to tho national furniture
dealers' convention here. It was es
timated that approximately 1000
delegates from all parts of the coun
try woro In attendance at the first
Canada' Has Record "
OTTOWA, Canada, Aug., 12 Ca
nada's wheat crop this year will ex
ceed last year's crop by 25,000,000
bushels, but most other crops show a
decrease. The estimated wheat yield
for 1921 Is 208,493,000 bushels,
based on conditions August ,1.
ALMOND GROWERS, WANT
t 8TRONG PROTECTIVE TRA1FF
SAN .FRANCISCO Governor Sto
phens of California, in 8an Fran
cisco on bis tray to Sacramento,
telegraphed United States Senators
Penrose, Smoot and Watson of the
senate finance committee .endorsing
tlfe demands, pt California almond
growers for a minimum protective
tariff duty of ,5 cents oa unshelled
and 15 cents on shelled almonds, In
stead, of the 4 andt12 cn& rate pro
vided in the Fordner tariff bill,
.-1 1918-Bulck Six. Five
tires. Car A-l condition.
,',1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Real bargain.
Inquire of J. C. WRIGHT OR
BUICK SALES AMI HKHV1CK CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
COST OK HIGH LIV1NO REDUC
ED Spring chickens, 22c alive.
26c per lb. picked. Come and got
them. F. W. Rises, North Klamath
FOR RENT 6-room houso, 1310
Manzanlta St. Nice bla yard and
garage, 1 25 per monlh. Inqulro at
512 N. 9th St. 12
FOR RENT 4-room nouse. Partly
furnished, 901 Prospect St.. $26
per month. Inquire at 512 N. 9th
A good bed and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldo nlry rooms. 12
Colonial one room cabins for
housekeeping, 1-lth near Main St.
anil 741 Walnut Ave. 12
FURNITURE FOR SALE. 1016 Rose
St. f 1J-16
LOST On the road to Olene. One
handbag with Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co. receipt book, lease book,
etc. Finder please leave same at
Singer Sewing Machine offlco, 208
Main St. and receive reward. 12-16
FOUND Pair of glasses. Owner
may have same by calling at Hor-
uld Offlro and paying for ad. 12-13
FOR SALE A sewing machine and
bed complete; at a sacrifice. Tele-,
phone 98R. I
- baked fojustfhe
I have several blocks of lots
surrounding the Malln high
school that I will sell tor
buslnesa and reitdoutlal pur
poses, thus i fferlug to the
people of Klamath county as
opportunity to make a'roal In
vestment I will sell i these
lots for 175 and up, on tho
Installment plan, the tortus to
suit tho purchosor. No Inter
est will be charged and I will
pay the taxes until dood Is de
livered to buyer. '
Malln Is sltuatod In the cen
ter of one of the richest dis
tricts In tho world. It U back
ed by progressive md conser
vative citizens. It hat a futuro
that assures development to
a degreo that will mako this
property worth many times
tho price I am selling It for.
Wben oil Is dlscovorod. Malln
wilt bo found to bo In tho vory
heart of tho field and the
biggest producers will bo nt
If you are looking for aomo
thing that will pay you big
returns, you can make no mis
take In buying Malln proper
ty. For 'further Information,
wrfte or see
, A. KAUXA
Jack Furber slated that tho crop
In the vicinity nt Four Mllo tnkn was
the largost In IiIh knowlodgn nnd Hint
maur pooplo-liad ittntod to'lilm that
they Intended -to camp thorc' during
the oomlnrt sonmuii. 'Furbvr ' also
atntcd'Mhnt ICUnulli county patches
woro heavily ladun In all Ilia pliicon
ho hint been In this year, Ilnrrlui In
the past havo brought from $1.50 lo
$2.00 a gallon.
JIKNT1HT.IIV IN 4 TIT HUIIOOW4,
HAartAMKNTO Courses In den
tal OMlstnnco nnd, tH5 o'mployraentO
ofu, denial hyglonlsl In the city
mcIiooIn worii nuthurltml by the city
hbiird , oftiducatlon nt thn request
of Dr. Lwlnr (I. 'llrownoll, reprV'
limiting tlm Sacramento district den
tal Hocloty. t
AT OUR lUCOTJLAR 1 , 'i
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
EVEHY HAT AND DLOURK AT
ONE-HALF PRICE NO RESERVE
Are You Prepared?
Fly Time Is Here
We lutve a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS r.n three designi, to fit all
regular door openinga.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
. ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put, to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST"
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 'Main & Spring SU
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; THEl v' -SACRED
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
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 v
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa-
tionare accorded to pupils without regard to Creed,
or Belief. i i
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Tsdtloe, Day Scbolar .....'. , ,......... 8.00 per' month '
Board and Tuition ...,.- .'....,. .......f.......7........f30.00 per mentli
This iacludes' board, lanndry and ordinary, medicine; For two children, 935.00 1
per month'. For doctors' calls the local fco Is charged. ' '
Music Lessons .................................................. 97.00 per month,
, Uoys from 0 to 14 jcors, Hoarding Department "
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR, for
further information. "' i