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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Published mllr exoept Sunday, by
The Herald' Publishing Company of
KUautk Falli,at 119 Eighth Street.
stared at the poitottlce at Kin
ath Falls, Oro., for transmission
Uroagh the malls aa socond-clasa
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TUBSDAY, AUGUST SB, 1031.
By: Labor Council
For Outing Sept. 5
Tha. plana aro all mado now for
tha Labor Day picnic about alx mile
from here on the Upper Lake and
according to the deflnlto arrango
Benta made by the .committee, two
morning barge tripe, bcaldei launch
tripe, will be made to conTey parti
ipants out to the grounds., No cost
will be made for transportation to or
tram tha picnic ground on that day.
Chairman Conklln of the arrange:
ment committee stated that a num
ber of men had volunteered to holp
clear away the underbrush on the
elected alto but that twenty Volun
teers were wanted for Sunday,
August 28, to go up the lako In his
The band has boon socured to play
on tho picnic grounds and the barge
fixed so that any one who desire to
dance will be able to do so. Free
coffee will be proTlded for crory
The Iter. C. F. Trimble will de
liver a short address and either tho
Rer. Father Marshall o.r the Rev.
Father Molloy will be InTited to
apeak as well. The day will bo spent
after the fashion any ono desires,
with no effort to havo a systematic
Dorothy Dalton, Thomas If. Inco's
new. and magnetic star, is the horolne
of "Chicken Casey," which will bo
aeeo at the Strand Theatro, tonlgh.
Tha play has to do with tho ad
vestures of an actress who plays a
elerer trick on a young author to con
Tlaee hism that she is fitted for a role
which she desires. It is necessary
for the accomplishment of her pur
pose that she disguise herself as a
girl of the slums and undergo a series
of startling adventures. She is
"game", and the eventual discom
fiture of the author la complete.
Th,e play is said to b extromely
amusing .and offers excellent oppor
tunities JJot only 'to Miss Dalton, but
also to Charles Onnn. the newThoma8
S. Inoa leading man. who appears
M the author.
Lob Angeles Will
LOS ANOELES. Cat., Aug.. 23
For the first time In the history' of
the Association, California will en
teftain the twenty-alrth annual con
vection of Insurance agent here on
September IS to 17. Ten thousand
delegates are expected to attend.
Among the speakers who have,
agreed to appear aro John B. Morton,
President of tho National Board of
Fire Underwriters and Piatt Whit
man, Insurance Commissioner of Wis
consin. Dinners, Informal dances,
sightseeing rides, the usual trip "to
see them make movies," a b'arbocuc,
and visits to the beachces are includ
ed. In the entertainment program.
Board Walks in
Complaint la being made by citi
zens that the board walks In tho down
town section aa well as the outlying
districts are In bad shape, also boards
which are laid for crossings in tho
On many- crossings, tho planks
have been torn from place by travel
and nails protrude. The same con
dlton prevails on masy sidewalks In
th- city. Boards fly up and crack
peoples' shins when one person with
draws to tho side to permit another
person' to pass.
School children will soon havo to
use the walks' leading to the various
educational institutions here and the
complainants say thai tbo "city dads"
should in' some manner havo the nails
driven down in tho sidewalks, and
the loose boards, ropaired bofore
now time comes.
There Is usually more danger In
aa elopme-n't than in any other kind
A sample of tho oil which wns
struck in .tho course- of drilling on
tho Ettor placo nonr Potrola in Hum
boldt county sftvoral wooks ago was
brought to tho office, of the Herald
by Charles Olacomlnl, a resident of
Petrola who la visiting with bis
daughter, Mrs, Charles Garcolon of
this city. &
This samplo of oil from tho well
of tho North Countlos oil company
will bo Rent to W. C. Lehman at tho
headquarters of tho Northorn Cali
fornia Oil company for analyzing and
n report mado upon tho quality.
The samplo contained In a clear
glass bottlo when held to tho light
has a reddish cast nnd when taken
away and Inspected In tho ordinary
light shows n grayish green color.
The bottlo shaken vigorously creates
a brownish bead which holds some
time before disappearing. In all re
poets from looks, the sample reeom
dries a thin lubricating oil but one
wbltf at tho stopper or at the "un-
corkod end changes. tho Investigator's
mtad as a strong smoll of gasoline
Is detected at once.
a Tho lnflamablllty of the sample
sent was tested In the ordinary way
and no ooner was tho flamo hold
near tho arising vapor than It broke
into a blazo and burned strongly.
After the fire had stoppod, the smoll
of " coal oil" was distinguishable
nbovo tho-othor odors. Tho residue
left upon the test was greasy, and as
an evidence that gasollno ,was pre
sent, the bottom of the container was
hoatod to an extent In tho briot per
iod of burning so that tho flngortlps
could not bo hold on It. Gasollno
Is said to throw its heat downward
like alcohol when burning.
Thtg samplo of oil resembles close
ly tbo oil taken from tho Jules Fcr
raud "fault" at Vontura, California.
Ferraud has a water well in tho
rcac of his merchandise storo which
was giving fine drinking water until
after a slight carthquako disturb
ance about Dccombor, 1920. When
the water was wlthrawn tho well was
found .to contain a high grado oil,
having' a specific gravity of 64, nnd
In all respects, very simitar to tin
sample sent from the Humboldt
fields. The parofino boso of tho Fer
raud oil, however, iwas found to bo
much lower than Is claimed for tho
Humboldt product. Ono ot the pecu
laritlos about tho Ferraud welt Is
that no regular flow Is received. Ono
day perhaps ton barrels of oil will be
taken out and then only about one
barrel a day for a week, then sud
denly a big flow will occur. The
waif however never falls to net Fer
raud 110 a day.
The sample of oil received here
by Mr. Olacomlnl was taken directly
from tbo well of the North Counties
well by Daisy R. Lytla who is one of
Mr. Giacomlnl's neighbors In a let
ter, Miss Lytle states that the com
pany Is going to stop drilling and
perforate tho casing in the well. As
soon as tanks arrive, pumping will
begin to estimate the flow of tho
well. It Is evident from tho lettor
that the North Counties pcoplo ex
pect a groat volumo of oil for she
states, "they are making a concrete
foundation for two steel tanks which
will hold 22,000 barrels of oil."
Mr. Olacomlnl statos that, accord
ing to nowa from I'etrola, exports pro
nounce tho oil to be of tbo samo
quality of high grado paratflno case
lubricating oil that Is found in Suma
tra, in the Dutch East Indies, and
as the price has boon estlmatod to
be $35 per barrol, even a C0-barrol
output will pay handsome Teturns
to tho Investors. Tho same kind of
oil la said to bo found In Pennsylva
nia' but In limited quantaltlos. Ex
ports pronounce tho field In Hum
boldt county to bo about 35 miles
In length extending from near Brlce
land to tbo Capo Town'dlstrlct.
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Is Ready for Action
WASHINGTON, D. C. Aug. 23.
VJicn tho regular session of congress
convenes In December tbo McNary
$260,000,000 western reclamation
bill will hold nn unusual and fort
unate status. Tho extraordinary fea-'i
ture of its status will bo that It will I
bo beforo both house of congress
with n favorable report.
A favorble report was mado by
the senate many rwoeks ago by the
Irrigation commtttoo of that body.
Tho house committee on Irrigation.
has complotcd hearings and probably
within a fow days tho house bill,
which was Introduced by Addison T.
Smith, representatlvo from Idaho,
will be reported In identically tho
same form as tbo McNary bill tn
Tho last .testimony was taken by
tho houso committee during the past
week. The principal and by far tho
most important witness In tho final
summing up ot tho caso of westorn
reclamation, was ex-Oovornor Spry
of Utah, commissioner ot tho general
land office but formerly tho official
roprosontatlvo In Washington ot tho
western states 'reclamation association.
Art frame nnj. framing.
! KENLINE PHOTO SHOP
FOR RENT Nicely furnlahod front
room, bath and phono. 512 N.
9th St. 23-27
FOR SALE Ford bug, bargain for
cash. Seo Molby, Wlnlors Jowelry
A good bed nnd n good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldo airy rooms. 23
11921 490-ChovroIci. fully
equipped with accessories. Now car
1 1918-Bulck Six.
tires. Car A-l condition.
BUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Real bargain.
Inquire of J. C WRIGHT OR
7TB. AND KLAMATH AVE.
FOR BALIS A new four room house
with bath. Close In. A small pay
ment down and balance liko rout.
Call at 1023 Main, upstairs. 23-24
FOR SALE 3 Mitchell wagon, in
good condition. Phono 19F16.
WANTED Colored man wan ta (work
ot any kind, phone 568-J. Ask
for A. Maxwell. 23-29
LOST On Morrill-Malln Highway
1A Special Eastman kodak. Re
ward. Standard Oil Co. 23-27
WINTER 8EWING-S-DO It now. Rent
a machine. Inqulro Singer office.
208 Main. Special prices on Used
machines. Repairing; cleaning, hem
stitching dono. 23-6
WANTED Middle-aged woman as
chambermaid by day. Klamath
rooms, 125 S. 8th St. 23-27
No attention Is paid to a chronic
liar when ho utters an occasional
Oitgon's Higher Initllution of
Eight Schooh; Seventy Departments
FALL TEUM OPENS SEPT. 19, 1921
For Inloiltlllioq Wlllf 10 lb RtiUllir
Oregon Agricultural College
FOR SALE One 2-boIe eloctrlc
plato, A-l condition. Phone 300J.
BLACKSMITH WANTED Apply C,
B. House. C22 6th St. 23;27
For return or Information of sam
plo caso stolen from Ebllnn Camp,
Cblloquln, Ore., August 20th. Ad
dress, J. R. Rlttor or Shorlft'a office,
Klamath Falls.. 23.
GOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RIQHT
We Buy, Sell and Exchange.
Cor. Slxtb and Klamath Ave.
OFFICE! OVER VNDERWOOD'B
Phono BM-J. . . Seventh Hals
I havo several blocks ot lots
surrounding tho Malln htgh
school that I will sell for
buslposs and roitdeutlal pur
poses, thus 'tforlug to tho
pcoplo ot Klamath county an
opportunity to mako n real In
vestment. I will soil these
lota for $75 and up, on tho
Installment plan, the tortus to
suit tho purchaser. No Inter
est will be charged and I will
pay the taxes until doed Is de
livered to buyet.
Malln Is situated in tho con
tor ot ono ot tho rlchost dis
tricts In tho world. It Is back
ed by progrosslvo ind conser
vative cltlxons. It has a future
that assures dovolopmcnt to
a degrco that will malco this
property worth many times
tho price I am selling It for.
When oil Is discovered. Malln
will be found to bo In tho vory
heart of thu field and tho
biggest producors will bo at
If you aro looking tor some
thing that wilt pay you big
returns, you can mako no mis
tako In buying Malln proper
ty. For further information,
write or soo
PATENTE D JAN. 13, 1920
Note carefully the absolutely frtf th
ingedge which is the gwate ft advance
in shaving comfort since the original
Gillette was inventxd.We have a fine dis
play of this new invention which every nun
who shaves will be interested in seeing
V WN. IM-ATTAl n fMlAO
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; OREGON Whir
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Don't bo deceived on a doublo load of
Our wagons hold 102 cubic feet or li cords. Measure the
load and bo sure. Wo xuarantco 1 Vt cords. Measure our wagona.
Buy ot an established firm and bo euro. Our choaper wood la
Tlio Pxr Man' Wood"
10 cords for $35.00.
A year's supply for two stores. I
O. Peyton & Co.
WOOD TO llUKN"
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
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
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded to pupils without regard to Creed
Tuition, Day Hcholnrs .'. - 9 0.00 per monW
Board nnd Tuition .... ............. $j80,00 per mentli
This Includes board, laundry and ordinary medicine. For two children, 920.00
.per month. For doctors calls the local fee Is charged.
Music Lessons 97.00 per month
Boys from O to 14 yenrs, Boarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
, Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for