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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1921)
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THEtEVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER IB, 1031.
The Evening Herald
After Birds? No! At Home!
K. i. MURRAY L. Editor
FRED SOULR ...City Editor
Published dally oxcopt Sunday, by
Tho Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street
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SATURDAY, 0CTO11ER 18, 1021.
1 WITH COTTON
" Roads pared with cotton Tori
tablp .fleccolined highways are
tho latest thing In tho west.
The fact that Old King Cotton
had boon rologated to thlB lowly
though extremely usoful duty wns
not generally known, oven in Cali
fornia, whoro tho r"cotton boulo-
Tard" Idea eoems to hare origina
ted, until the' discovery was mado
a short time ago by a, road scout
ing party down iln the Imperial vnl-
"Old 300,000," tho,, fampu's
Dodge Brothers. vcar .used by the
Albertson Motor Co., Dodge Broth
ers dealer in Los 'Angelas', was go
ing through the vaileyon.ther reg
ularly appointed task- of finding
sew points of interest for' tourists,
when a snow-white road suddenly
loomed ahead of the tedious, sandy
path over which -tho .car had been
pulling for hours. Tho driver was
porplexod and It was not until he
got out and made an examination
that ho found tho explanation. It
Was a carpet of cotton, stretching
as far boyond him as ho could soo.
Oft tho highways tho roads of
Imperial valley In tho vicinity ot
India, Coachella and Mecca, and
' throughout the wholo imperial val
ley In general, are poor, the con
stantly shifting sandy soli prevent
ing tho wearing ot trails and conn
ty roads. $ i '
So, in order to make satisfactory
roads for tho purpose pt Inter-com
aunicallon, the farmers, .have, found
that raw cotton makes an, excellent
surface for automobile and team's
It was found that 'many other
roads which branch off tho main
highways leading to the farms and
ranches were similarly "paved."
The cotton pods seem to bed down
in the sand ot the road and give
a good traction surface, especially
for light automobile traffic.
The greatest picture ever shown
la Klamath Falls: "THE THREE
MUSKETEERS," at tho Strand
Stockman Pays $75
inU. S. Court For
MEDFOUD, Oct., 15 A Jury in
the tcdoral court In the case of the
government against Ivan E. Kllgore,
a Btockmon of Klamath county, re
turned n fordid In favor of the gov
ernment for $75. The government
sued for 104 actual damages and
$125 punitive damages. Trespass of
stock on tho Fremont National forest
reserve grazing lands was charged.
Kllgore took the stand In his own
behalf, and testified that as soon as
ho received notice that hi stock were
in tho reserve ho ordered riders to go
to tho district and drive off all stock
belonging to him. Ho said that at
the tlmq of the complaint bo owned
in the neighborhood ot 1000 head
of cattle, and that In July he drove
them to the home pastures for brand
ing and sale. Every move ot the cows
tor six months prior, and six months
after the alleged trespass was discuss
The state evidence indicated that
the Kllgore stock had beon placed so
it would stray onto the Fremont re
serve, from the Mjodoc reserve, where
Kllgore had a permit to graze 250
bead of stock, upholding the conten
tion that the suit has within It the
embers of a range quarrel between
Kllgore and the small stockmen. Kll
gore has cattle on a, thousand hills,
and Is one ot the largest stockralsers
in the Btate. His ranch In Klamath
county embraces In tho neighborhood
ot ,2500 acres, the ovidenco showed.
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porch ot his own aerial .bungalow, all modern Improvements, flno view,
etc. Bis owner and architect,' Clarence Cotoy. of Raleigh, N. C., i
watching him. Cola? says cats Ilka to be off the ground.
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PORTLAND, Ore.( Oct., 15-A con
structive plan designed to meet one
phase of tho unemployment problem
by ''combating tho high cost'ot living
this coming winter, has bocnteffocted
and put into operation by the Union
County -Ad Cnb ot La Grando, ac
cording to A. W. Nelson, Socrotary
managor ot. tho La Grande organiza
tion who was In Portland today con
ferring with State chamber ot com
Tho projoct as carried out In Union
county Is as follows, .according to
Nelsen: The schools ;of the' county
are. put on a competitive basis, and
prizes are 16 bo given to' that school
whoso students have collected and
stored the most vegetable and fruit
products.., Vegetables rond fruits
which are-not of commercial value,
nnd which ordinarily wpuld go to
wa'ste, aro. donated by tho farmers of
tho surrounding country. In the win
tdr when the condition of tho un
employed Is expected to bo acute,
this food is to bo distributed at a very
Union County schools have taken
up tho idea enthusiastically, accord
ing to Nelson, and tho Ad Cub has
provided automobiles on specified
days for the transportation of tho
children to tho various farms where
the food products can bo obtained.
"I consider this a highly commend
able project," said Secretary Quaylo
of the state .chamber. "Not only
will food be supplied when It is most
needed, but school children will be
provided wholesome and character
building work during their Idlo time."
A letter outlining tho La Grando
project has been sent to ovnry com
mercial club of tho state urging im
mediate action along these lines, ac
cording to Quaylo.
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mm mi iha Hrlm Baby Parade la Naw York City. On of them waa
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' THE STRAND. .
Tom Mix In his greatest Western
drama, "The lleart of Texas Ryan,"
produced, by William N. 'SoW, nnd
pronounced by him to bo tho greatest
Tom Mix picture ever produced is
the feature at the Strand theatre to
night. "Vj '
In supporting ot Mix aro seen aome
of the most accomplished actors In
the silent drama, Including Frank
Cnampeau, who haa been soon op
posite Douglas Fairbanks In his big
gest successes; George Fawcott, one
of tho promlnont character mon of
Cecil do Mlllo'a production; Bessie
Eyton, a star in her own right and
this soason starring In tho Pacific
Coast company of Oliver Moroeco's
"Civilian Clothes," ono ot Broadway's
biggest hits. '
Sunday and Monday night at the
Strand theatre, three old friends of
all book-loving youth will be met
on tho screen In tho Thos. H. Inco
production, "The Three Muskoteers."
Thla picture Is going over big in
the East, and is receiving the benefit
of tho' extensive publicity ot "The
Three' Musketeers" now being releas
ed by United "Artists. In fact in ono
of the largo EaBtern cities tho two
pictures playod in opposition houses
on the same datos, and drew very"
largo crowds. "Tho Three Musko
toors" Wng released by the Strand
Is tho original Thos. H. Inco product
Ion featuring Orrln Johnson, Doro
thy Dalton, Loulso Glaum, Rhea Mit
chell, Walt Whitman, and supporting
coat ot over twenty flvo hundred act
ors. iCharles Chaplin In "Tho FlremUn"
will provide tho laughs and a Ford
weekly will be tho Instructive feature.
CONVICTED WD7E SLAYER
JOKES OVER SENTENCE
SEATTLE, Oct., 15 James E.
Mahon'eW convicted of first degree
murder for tho slaying of his .eld
erly wife? and burying the body in
a trunk In, Lake Union, was yes
ter day sentenced to bo hanged Jan
uary 6, 1922, at tho state peni
tentiary at Walla Walla. Tho do
tense gore notice of appeal. Ma-
honey In a light vein of conver
sation sad that ho "got a suspended
sentenco, suspended by tho nock,"
The greatest picture ever shows
In Klamath Falb: "THE THREE
MUSKETEKRS," at the Strand
The First National
today aad ' provido
for old ngc. t
. WEATHER RECORD I
kHereaftor The no raid will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
ures and precipitation record as tak-
an hv lha TT R nAMftmnMnn mnrwlrak
tatlon. Publication will cover thej
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to 6 o'clock ot the day.
Following la the sunrlso and sun
sot table, tor tho coming woek:
, Max Mln. ctpltatlon
Oct. 1 72 41 '
Oct,' 2 7T 40
Oct? 3 ...:.:80 ' 43 "
Oct. 4 i...x80 36
Oct. 5 j. i82 46
Oct; 6 78 48
Oct. 7 77 44
Oct 8 83 46
Oct 8 . 83 39
Oct (10 82 38
Oct. 11 ..80- 47
Oct. 12 74 43 .02
Oct. 13 66 41
0CV, 13 ....6 ,41 .13
Oct. 14 ....62 4q .03
PORTLANDOct. 16. Top stcorsl
25c higher, $6 and 6.60. Other cat
tlo steady; hogs, sheep, eggs and
Tho greatest picture ever shown
in Klamath Fall: "THE THREE
MUSKETEERS," at tbo Strand
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POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
BROADWAY at STARK ST.
Wo suggest yov write, phone
or wire for reservations
Arthur H. Mayers, Manager
Start a Savings Account. Don't be
ashamed of a small one we're not
r and after a while you'll have
money enough saved 'to start 'you in
The most interesting ' book in your
possession will be your Bank Book,
when you've opened an account with
W. C. F. U. Holds
A meeting of the local W. C. T.
U. was held Tuesday afternoon at
tbo homo of Mrs. 'James Grimes, 1135
Pine street. Attending members said
tho mooting-was.vory Interesting and
that absent members missed a treat.
Mrs. Emma Dickson presided and
gave an Interesting talk on "Mothor
Lovp.' based on the- scriptural story
of Moses and his mother. Miss Res
torn French, local teacher, read a
If you have a watch to repair don't send it
to a blacksmith, but
LET GEORGE DO IT
GEO. L. METZ
Watchmaker and Jeweler
622 Main St.
Wednesday Oct. 19th and lasts until Octob
er 29th. Plan now to make your contribu
The Rex Cafe
$1.00 Special Sunday Dinner $1.00
i , Crab Cocktail
Ripe Olives ' Dill Pickles
Combination Vegetable Salad
Choice of - .
Fried Spring Chicken with Country Gravy
Chicken Fricassee with Dumplings ?
Stuffed Spring Chicken with Celery Dressing
Applo Fritters Special Sauco
Fresh Huckleberry Pie, Vanilla, Ico Cream, Hot Mince
Pie, Maple Nut Sundae
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Wo pyl'4t compound In
Uvmt twice a year.
paper on, "Bo Loyal to "tho Highest
Goqd You Know."
Miss Lydla Frlcko, county healtti
nurse, gavo a short talk on tho work
and needs'ot the county nurse. Mrs.
John Llnfesty ontortalned tho gather
ing with a vocal solo. At tho con
clusion 'or the meeting refreshments
wero served by tho hostesses, Mrs. O.
L. Brown and Mrs. Campbell.
The greatest picture ever shaw
iaiXlamatti Falls: TUB THKW
MUSKETEERS," at tho
String Beans Lyonalse
a la Volstead Golden Punch
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