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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
of his two week.' Tl.lt at the ", V "k , n i " "'
i flhing. is reported to have ulreh; both of Corning loft this
muruuiB iur luvir uutuu luuitt
Mr. and Mr; George Stephenson
Ad small sod are spending a cou
nt of day In town from Dorris.
D. O. (Buck)' Williams, Herbert
' Barry, and Mr. and Mrs. K. L.
Paddock returned last night from
the Williams ranch on tho Sycan
marsh. "Horb," who spent a great
bronght a flno catch of fish home
0. C. Low and C. It. DeLap left
today about noon for a camping
trio to Ruckloberry mountain. Bo-
aides getUng a supply of berries
for canning they will hunt for door
Captain and Mrs. A. L. Davis are
tourist visitors hero from Camp
Lewis. They war guests nt tho
White Pelican hotel last night.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Eaton, and
M. D. Saton, Jr., arrived yesterday
from Stockton and spent the night
at tha White Pelican hotel before
going on to Crater lake.
Mrs. II. J. Turner of Portland
la a gaeat at the White Pelican ho
tel tor a few days.
Cheater DeLap la in town today
from his ranch at Round lake pur
abasing supplies and visiting with
P. C. Carlson who operates
ranch aouth of town waa In the
sounty seat yesterday after supplies,
O. M. Hector, local merchant
returned last night, from a ten days'
visit in Ban Francisco. Most of the
time waa spent In buying stock tor
Miss Luclle Harlan left this morn-
tng for Berkeley where she will en-
ter Miss Heads school for girls
W. D. Harlan .accompanied his
daughter and will remain with her
until she gets settled at the school.
T. R. Yancey nraa In town this
mornlna- totting supplies for his
John Van Meter, a Poe valley
farmer, was a county seat visitor
yesterday for tho purpose of at
tending to business matters and
D. H. Mlnnis and wife wero in
tows this morning attending to the
final papers connected with their
purchase ot tho Jonah Sparks ranch
near Bonanza. Mr. Sparks was in
from there also,
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Holmes msde
trip to Malln last night to look
-her the store there.
r. C. Coleman made a trip in
from his ranch In Swan lake val
ley yesterday to purchase supplies.
Mr. Coleman also brought produce
Into town tor hie customers.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fisher,
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Immel and Miss
Lyle Bryson all ot Eugene are va
cation visitors hero today. Mr.
Fisher is one ot'the owners of the
Eugene Dally Ouard. Before com
ing here the Eugene party spent
two days at Crater lake. Miss
Bryson graduated last year from the
University of Orsgon as a major
Seorge Stevenson, Edward Oeary.
and A. M. Collier, Journeyed out
early this morning before dsylljht
with 'plan to catch a buck quietly
greiing on the mountain ridge south
of town. By 10 o'clock Mr. Collier
was back at his deck In the First
National hank and when questioned
about bla buck hinted that the
least said about the 'adventure the
better. But he did say they saw
several does and heard others In
the brush, which helps a lot.
John Boyle, chief engineer for the
California-Oregon Power company,
Arthur Leavltt and A. J. McBrlde,
both employes of the company, left
last night for a bunting ground
known only to themselves, where
they Insinuated thay had a deer
apiece staked out. Tho extent ot
their luck is still unknown as they
expect to be gono most of today.
The opening of the soason for
deer has brought D. B. Campbell
down from his retreat at Spring
creek. Mr. Campbell came in last
night and will get his hunting out
fit together today In preparation tor
an early start tomorrow.
Dan Ryan, Fort Klamath stock
man, Is In town today attending to
Mrs, R. H. Cook and small son,
Cralge, left this morning for Mar
abaltown, Iowa.to visit with Mrs.
Mrs. A. Blomqulst, who has been
her from Richmond, California, as
the guest of her daugb'ter, Mrs. Lloyd
DeLap, left this morning on her re
turn Journey. She was accompanied
by her small grandson, Junior DeLap.
Mrs. Jock Slater was a passenger
on this morning's outgoing train
bound for Porftland where abe will
visit with ber mother, Mrs. Nora
Miss-tHaxo) Fry, who has been
home with her parents for the past
twy months, left this morning for
Haaford, California, where she will
teach for the coming year. Miss Fry
wilt stop la Berkeley for few days
on her way south and visit with col
Mlas lono Solomou lott this morn
ing for Corvallls to visit for a wook
with friends there, 8ho was accom
panied as far as DorrU by Miss llolon
Wlrts, who will visit .with hor sister,
Mrs. noteholder, for a fow dajs.
Miss Vivian Harris, a sister ot Mrs.
Will Houston who has boon visiting
here for a fow weeks, and Miss Daisy
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Charlos Campbell who has been
living at Bray for tno post year Is
moving his family Into town for th
H. E. Howo and family lott this
morning for California whoro they
will moke their future homo.
Mis Minnie Walker arrived home
this week from an extondod vacation
visit in California.
Alvey Lewis, a farmer near Crys
tal, was In town yesterday after sup
plies. A. B. Collin was a passenger on
this morning's train bound for Long
Beach for tho winter.
The Cox brother were In town ye
torday and today getting ready to
haul plpo out to the oil wells.
W. T. Lee left this morning on th
stage for Crater Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brownlee, Ml is
Ruth and May Brownlee all of Mod
ford are visitors here today. Mr.
Brownlee Is a well known saw mill
my In the Rogue river valley .
C. E. Riley left this morning for
his home in California after a brief
business and pleasure visit here with
old friends and buslnesa associates.
Dave McAullffe Is a Klamath coun
ty sheepman who Is spending a fow
days In town from Fort Klamath.
Mrs. Dick Bennett was in town yes
terday from hor borne in Swnn lako
valley for supplies.
Mrs. Frank McCormack and daugh
ters, Mary and Agnos were in town
yesterday afternoon shopping, from
their ranch on tho shore of tho Upper
Will Simpson and family aro hpre
from Lodl, California," as tho guests
of their nelco, Mrs. W. D. Mlllor.
of tholr niece, Mrs. W. D. Miller,
expect to leave for Baker tomorrow
to visit other relatives
Arthur T. Langell. a stockman
from 8progue river valley, is in
town today attending to business
Frank Andrews left last evening
for the woods north ot town on a
J. I. Johnstone Is back from a
short hunting trip In the Klamath
Bob Baldwin and Doc Powell
drove through town at noon today
with two fine buks strapped across
the back seat, for the wholo world
to see and admire. 1
Joe Kent, lumberman is In town
for a few days from San Francisco.
ITALY TO PARTICIPATE IN
WA8HINOTON, Sept., 1 Italy has
formally aceopted President Har
ding's Invitation to participate in the
disarmament and Far East confer
ence. This acceptance completes the
list of nations who have been Invited
to. Join. Great Britain, France, .China
and Japan all having formally ac
Winifred Mown Huck may bo
appointed by Governor Smalt of llll.
noh to nil tho unnplml tnn of her
father, th Utc Congmiunnn "nilly"
Mnnon. If sho It not appointed she
will be a candidate.
Make that Idle dollar work! Pat
It la tho bank.
WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter The Herald will publish
th mean and maximum tempera
ures and precipitation record as tak
en by th U. S. Reclamation service
tation. rustication win cover me
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to 6 o'clock of th day.
12 .J..- 87
Aug. IB 79
Aug. 16 .. 87
Aug. 17 81
Aug. 18 . .. 78
Aug. 19 88
Aug. 19 88
Aug. 20 86
Aug. 21. ........ 84
Aug. 22 84
Aug. 23 80
Aug. 24 . .. 78
Aug. 26 85
Aug. 27 82
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"Votcbatter Brothers, with on of
our machines, are cutting a full
swath and threshing 60 bushels of
ryo an aero on the Hagelotcln tract
on tho Upper lnke," said E. W.
Fowler, salesman for tho Hnrrls
Manufacturing company ot Stock
ton, makers of combined harvesters
today, "and In a few days anothor
big machine will arrlvo for George
Watt, manager ot tho Klamath
Livestock company's ranch near
Keno, who has a thousand acres of
wheat and barloy to harvest."
Tho Votchatzor Ilrothers harvest
er has a 35 foot cut and will thrash
60 acres a day, said Mr. Fowlor.
Its capacity Is 2000 sacks a day.
Whllo the ryo on tho HagclsU
tract Is extraordinarily hoary, mak
ing It necessary to work slowly. In
the thick grain It Is not posjlhlr to
got qutto tho full CO acroc dally,
said Mr. Hnrrls, but a full nwnth
Is cut and the separator saves nil
of tho grain. Mr. Hogolstrin
watcbod the mnchlno work Tumday,
said Mr. Harris, and said that bo
was entirely satisfied with
tho -way In which tho mnchlno was
handling tho grain.
Great Improvement has brcn made
In tho combined harvester In tho
last fow years, said Mr. Fowlor. Guy
Merrill has a mnchlno now operat
ing In tho Tulo Lake country,
whoro tho heads of tho ryo arc: rips
but tho straw Is still ?reon. By
making somo adjustments Mr. Har
ris said that the machine is doing
an absolutely closn Job, th groan
straw going through without clog
ging slevss ar vibrators.
"This is feat that only the
thresherman can appreciate, ' h
said. "I'l wager that Mr. Harris
will hcsltste to believe mo when I
get back to Stockton and loll him
bow that machlno Is working."
When tho Watt machlno arrives
tho Harris company will havo throo
harvesters working in Klamath
county. Up to last yoar there had
never been a combined harvestor
usod in tho county. They havo prov
ed so successful, says Mr. Harris,
that ha oxpects to place u number
Tho harvesters aro pulled by a
traction engine, whllo an auxiliary
engine furnishes power to oporato
tho thresher. They can bo usod as
a stationary thresher if desired, to
thresh bundles or boaded grain.
COOLEST THEATRE IN TOWN
Formerly the Momdal
1180 Main St.
Tho little house vrith big show.
Rev. Cyrus Tounsend Brady's
powerful story ot the South Beas,
Island of Regeneration
Holliday. Dairy ,
Wholesale i and 'Retail r
..Pasturized Milk and Cream,,.
WE NOW HAVE THE HIGH SCHOOL TEXT
BOOKS IN THE LATEST EDITIONS IN ADDI
TION ALL SUPPLIES NECESSARY FOR HIGH
Loose Leaf Bindert
Theme Paper and Tablets
'- Fountain Pent (from, $1.50 up)
Eversharp Pencil (from $1.50
Autopoint PnclU (50 and 60
Pencil and Ink
Compasses and Note Book
ALL SUPPLIES ARE THE BEST WE CAN GET.
WE NEVER SACRIFICE QUALITY TO MAKE A
W'v KLAMATH FALLS OREGON m I
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR ORUGS
AUCTION 8ALB Everything must
go, Saturday 1:30 o'clock. 800
Dick, Cth and Klamath avo. 1-3
A good bod and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main St.,
and at Colonial annex, 741 Walnut
Avo. All outside airy rooms. 1
rOIl. SALE Lot 25X110 on Spring
street. Railroad Add. Sacrifice
1760 for quick sslo. If. Klndredi
5661 Groro St., Oakland, Calif. 1-7
AUCTION SALD Everything tnnet
go, Saturday 1:30 o'clock. Soe
Dick, 6th and Klamath ave. 1-3
NOTIC TO TAXI'AYEIW.
You are hereby notified that tha
Board ot Equalisation will attend on
Hoptombor 12, 1921, (tho second
Monday in Septomhor) at tho county
Judgo's office In tho oldost court
bouso, and will remain In session for
thirty dsys from that date for tho
purposo of examining the assessment
rolls for the yesr 1931, and sorrect
Ing all errors In valuation, descrip
tion or QuaHtlfi of land. Iota or other
proporty assusMU by the assessor. It
shall bo the duty of all person Inter
ested to appear at tho tiro and plac
All protests against valuation fix
ed by tbn aasessor must be filed with
tho board during tbe first ten day
ot said session.
Wj T. LHB,
Assessor of Klamath County.
FOR RENT 4 room furnished apart
ment. Phono 273J. 1-3
LOST Leather wallet contain"
papers, recolpts, check book, etc.
Finder pleaso return to Houston ft
I'holpbs. Howard. 1-2
Advertising pays. Try It and see.
The Boys' Taxi Will Consolidate
With The Union Taxi Sept. 1
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Trade off thai old piece of
Furniture and get new
to take it's place
Furniture Is Sure Down Now and You Can Afford to
buy that piece you have been planning on buying for
the past six months. J want to trade for 50 second
hand heating stoves and would like to have about a
dozen small cook stoves so get your trading clothes on
and call Perkins 41-W and we will do the rest.
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