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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1921)
WKDXMOAY, NOVKMMKK a, IMt.
Hie Evening Herald
K. . MURftAK
Published dtly except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
Knterod at tho postofflco at Kin
raalh Falls, Oro tor tranimtulon
through tho mails ai socond-clasa
MEMBER OF Tim ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Press I exclusively
entitled to tho uso tor publication ot
all nowi dljpatche credited to It,
or not olhorwtso crodltod In tbtt
paper, and also tho local nowa pub
WK1.N'1UAY, .NOVKMIUjUU, tlttl.
Weed-Bray Road Is
Open to Travel
(WEED. Siskiyou Co., Co!., Nov. 3.
Last week tho Weed-Hray road was
completed. fTho Weed chamber ot
commorco has been Instrumental In
bringing- about building ot this road.
They have spent about 114,000 which
was raised In Weed. They built ono
concrcto brldgu and did considerable
While tho now road Is not In tho
best ot condition nt tho present time,
it will bo so in tho spring alter tho
winter storms will have packed tho
OF RESERVATION 18 OX
PORTLAND., Nor. 2. Mrs.
Baldle Orr-Dunbar, executive sec
retary ot tho Oregon Tuberculosis
association, has Just returned from
Klamath county, where sho had the
unusual privilege ot addressing the
tribal council ot tho Klamath Ind
ians, which held a special session
In Klamath Falls to hear discussed
tho. plan ot tho Tuberculosis asso
ciation for houec-to-houso survey
ot the reservation, which has at
ready been begun by Miss Grace
Holmes, registered nurse.
Tie council consisted ot 30 ot
tho leading men ot tho tribe, who
gavo close attention to all that was
aald. but with proverbial Indian
stoicism refused to ask any ques
tions or enter Into any discussion
ot tho plan, which. It is expected,
will result in a nursing servlco for
the Indians in tho hopo ot reducing
the mortality resulting from tuber
Town of 16 People
Has Weekly Paper
HELENA. Mont., Nor. 1. Mon-
tana boast of a weekly newspaper
which for five years has been pub
lltbed in a town of sixteen inhab
itant. 45 miles from a railroad.
The publisher, Frank Vah Wage-
men,, declares that In the f Ivo years
sine bis paper was established, jt
Has not missed an Issue.
The Thoney Review, published In
Thoney, about 10 miles from tho
Canadian boundary in the north
ern part of Valley county, was es
tablished by Art Van Wagemen up
on hi return from tho army five
years ago. Recently ho purchased
the Hinsdale Trlbuno and remov
ed to that town, leaving Frank Van
Wagemen In ehargo at Thoney.
"The plant was moved to a plat
form and the building was built
over It," Mr. Van Wagemen wrote
recently concerning the establish
ment of the paper, "and not an
issue has been missed since. Tho
first .issue was gotten out under
difficulties which was only natur
al In starting a newspaper 45
miles from a railroad."
Clmm They Killed
Tho largest buck over killed in
Klamath county and Drought to
Klamath Falls was shot in Barnes
Valley iast week by Darnoy Cham
bers and Prentiss Puckett, who
stated that tho animal, n mule tall,
bad ten polntg on one side and
eighth .on tho othor. Tho animal
was so large that tho hunters dres
sed and cut tho meat up so it
could be taken to camp. Tho head
was sent to Portland for mounting,
Chambers said. Tho only drawback
was a means to weigh tbo anmlal
but It was estimated the deer
weighed about 300 pounds.
Against the marvelous scenery
of the Arizona wild places an ex
citing story of cowboy life is pletur
itsd In the new World release
"The Arizona Cat Claw" starring
Edytbe Sterling, which will, bo seen
.at the Strand Theatre tonight. This
plcturo is classic ot Its typo and
has for Its leading character a typ
ical western girl who through be
ing brought .up among, (ho cattle
men ot the plains Is mora inaicuf;
Ino than fomlaJno.
lllossom Rugglea l ft thoroughly
wostorn girl, accumstomed to spend
Iiir nil her time on horseback am
ong men. Sho Is tho typo ot n girl
that has more man in her than
woman and who is Accustomed to
vlowlng things from a nian'a view
point rather than n woman's, Ac
cordingly sho treats bonier ruffians
with scant morry, and has but lit
tle sympathy tor those weaker than
Kdytho Sterling known as ono
ot tho most daring equestrians ap
pearing In pictures and Justifies
this reputation sovernl times ovoa
In "Tho Arjtona Cat Claw."
MiXK PINK NKWH
Ihero was qulto n crowd out to
tho llallowo'en and plo social Sat
urday cvcnlpg. Mr. (loertson acted
as auctioneer and sold tho ladles
noses, which they put through a holo
In a curtain. One plo went with each
noso as a premium. Tho proceeds
wero $30.50. Mrs. C. J. Ferguson,
county superintendent, ramo out
from Klamath Falls to attond. Uiu
Walter Enman Is drilling ryo on
tho Enmnn homestead near Whlto
lake. I I l 1
'.Mr. Klger Is sowing ryo on tho old
Host placo for Dr. Patterson.
Mrs. Ratllff Is visiting her daugh
ter. Mrs. Jim Stevenson.
8am Human took a load of grain
to town Monday for Clyde Harks.
Llttlo Audrey Klger hns been veVy
sick but is nblo to bo around again.
Jim Stovenson went to Lairds Sat
urday and brought back a bunch of
Chestor Enman bought a liolsteln
heifer from C. W. Lewis last week.
Ho, Is going to start a dairy herd.
Miss Clara Catkins, of Klamath
Falls, was In this district Monday,
DORRIS, Cal., Nov. :. Lester
Plyinale of Klamath Falls was a busi
ness visitor In Dorrls yesterday. Mr
Ptymalo Is associated with the Stan
dard Oil company In Klamath Falls.
Guy Quackenbush and C. I). Fall
left Sunday morning by nutomobllo
for Roguo River valley where they
will spend sovcral days on business
returning with a supply of fruit.
Royse Raker left this morning by
automobile for Orland whero ho will
spend tho winter. iMr. Raker has
been working at tho Kcsterson saw
mill. W. E. Samuels will accom
pany him to Orland by auto and
tbenco to San Francisco by train.
Carl Adam of Macdoei Is in the
local hospital recovering from a se
verely broken leg sustained whllo at
tempting to quiet a team of runaway
Mrs. llarlcy Richardson accompan
ied by Mrs. Louisa K. Richardson,
returned Monday evening from a mo
tor trip to Dig Valley. Asldo from
the predicament ot finding their gas
oline supply exhausted whllo nine
miles from habitation, their trip had
no unusual events.
Dr. Gerald F. Warren has been
confined to bis home for the past
few days with an attack of la-grlppo.
Messrs. Camlnettl and Rlnehart
are finishing their lumber hauling
contracts In this vicinity preparatory
to departure for San Francisco. This
winter they expect to contract high
Dr. J. P.. Rowman has been III for
several days and Is rarely seen on
A surprise party was given C.
Sumner Davis October 27, tho oc
casion bolng his twenty-first birth
day. Refreshments wero served and
a pleasant ovcnlng spent.
Mr. and Mrs. Strang, Mrs. Kat
tcrborn and, Mrs. J. E. Dewey were
Klamath Fa'lls visitors Tuosday.
Mrs. R. H. Anderson and Mrs.
Lester Kirkp'atrlck attended a card
party in Klamath Falls Thursduy.
Tbo Hallowe'en danco given by
tho 'Merrill Library Club was well
attended. Music was furnished by
tho Malln Orchestra. Over $100
E. L. Hosley and ,R. II. Anderson
made a trip to the Chandler ranch
In Modoc county and while thore
Mr. Hosley purchased 16 dairy
cow to put on his ranch near
Stukel Bridge. Mr. Stevenson has
Born To the wife of L. Story,
Friday, October 28, a daughter.
T. A. Barrows is spending a
couple ot weeks with his family
and shaking hands with old friends.
Mr. Barrows ba. a ranch near
N. T. Johnson a former resident
of tho Merrill section ia horn for
n fow ,d.ys attending to business,
Mr. , Johnson Is engaged In grow
ing ' grnpoa "hoar Modetfo. Califor
nia, " ' ' '"
Ermls Hodgopath who recently
suffered an injury to his,, foot, re
sulting In tho amputation' of tho
llttlo too, Is nblo to bo about with
hut tho usa ot crutches,
Miss Frlcko'a class In homo hygi
ene met nt tho homo ot Mrs, Geo.
Victor Shuck entered school on
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Hosley spoilt
n fow days with Mrs. Hosley's sis
ter Mrs, R II. Andorson,
J. It. Hobb, wont on a hunting
trip Inst week near Illy, but re
ported deer vory wary and returned
without any. On October 31 ho
went on Stukel Mt. with Rov, H,
E. Edgar and W .F. Jlnnotto to
try tho last day of tho deer sea
Hurt Irvine, a ploneor of Klam
ath county was burled Friday, Oc
tober 28, at Malln, Mr. Irvlno had
been vory low for months with can
cor ot tho stomach,
o ' r
LOST Chamois nurse, beaded Itill
lals f'AL I,. It.", container's mm
of money, Finder liberally reward
ed It returned to E. J. 11., Herald of-
Oil, STOCKS And leases for salo
or trade. Box A. U. C, llorald
VANTE1 Information as to the ad
dress ot Jerry Sullivan whose ad
dress was Klamath Falls about 1106.
Address E. VY Spauldlng, National
Metropolitan Bank Building, Wash
ington, u. u. 1-5
FOR RENT keeping room. 1154
(Pine St. l-3
YOUNG GIRL For housowork by
tho hour. i741 Walnut. 1
FOR RUST Six room modern houso
219 Jeftorson. Furnace heat. 3.
1918 Bulck Six, 5 pass. $1100.00
1918 Bulck Six, 7 pass. $700.00.
1920 Stephen Six, 7 psss. $1,600.00
1920 Stephens Six, 4 pas. '$'1,500.00.
1914 Hlg Hlx Peerless 7 pass. $100.00
Good terms or trado on some of
Phone 270J. Eleventh Klamath
IDU 1 2 MONTHS
: HE IS 41 (ft
BACK ON 1
WANTED Light car for cash
Phono 270J. Eleventh Klamath
FOR HALE About 35 tons ryo hay1,
27 tons alfalfa hay, 13 tons mixed
alfalfa and rye hay, near Otene.
Cheap for cash.
CHILCOTE A SMITH, 633 Main St
FOR SALE About 60 tons alfalfa
hay near Midland. Cheap for cash.
CHILCOTE SMITH. 633 Main St
TO TRAD: Close In lot for 4 or 5
room modern house dose In. 1'ay
dlffcronco In cash. Phone 17IJ or
call 806 Oak St. 3
FOR SALE Hens, white and brown
leghorns, aneonas and barred
rocks, $1.00 each. H. A. Thlede,
North Klamath Falls, Oregon Ave,
WANTED Work byy hour or day.
Call phono 337J. beforo 7 a. m. or
after S p. m. 2
GET YOUR FRIENDS And have a
swimming party at the Now Hot
Springs Bath Houso. 2.
FOR RENT Two modern unfurnish
ed houses, 5 and 6 rooms, with
basoments and furnaces. $35 and
A. A. BELLMAN CO.
640 Main St.
A GOOD BED And a good bath at
Colonial Rooms, 11th near Main,
and 741 Walnut. Steam heat Is bo
lng Installed. 3.
Is That Cold and
Cough Hanging On?
YOU will be convinced that Dr.
.King' New Discovery docs just
what it it meant to do soothe cough
raw throats, congestion-tormented
chests, loosens the phlegm pack and
breaks the obstinate cold and grippe
attack, relieves the congestion in the
head. No harmful drugs, therefore
good for children as well as grownup.
Right away you will notice the
change for the better. Hat a con
vincing, healing taMe that you will
appreciate. Buy a bottle at any drug
gists on the way home to-night, 60c
For Colds and Coudns
Lazy People, Lazy Bowels. Don't
neglect comtipation. It undermines
the- health, take all vim out of
you. Dr. King' Pill will Invigorate
file system, stir up the livtr, move the
bowels. Alt drueeists. 25c.
D PROMPT I7' WON'T GRIPE
r. Kind's Pills
OHIO MAN MWT A YEAR ON At).
COUNT OF HTOMAOH TlWUliwe
M NOW, MT-n.Ii AND HTHONO.
"Only a man who has to work for
n living knows what It means to get
back on tho Jolt nftor not hitting a
lick of work for a whole year. 1 lost
twntvn niunth straight tlmo on ac
count of stomach trouble.. Ono of
tho worst case I guess a man oior
had. Tanlsc not only made mo h
well man again but built mn up 19
pounds In weight, 1 am writing all
my friends In oilier cities to tell Ihem
of tho wonderful news." J
Tho nbovo statement was mado by
Oeorgo II. Iowe, well-known em
ployee of Iho Ooodyear Tiro and Rub
ber Co., living at 451 McOowan St.,
Tanlac and Tanlsc Vegetable Pills
nro sold by druggists everywhere.
On Mills Sewer
-1 - i -
Loreni brothers In charge of the
laying ot tho Milts addition sewers
say that with the good weather
during the past few days, work hat
progressed so rapidly that the lay
ers of pipe are now right behind
the digging machlno and that the
machine Is bolng kept going at
noon In order to gain apace over
the layers. Saturday was the ban
nerday for laying pipe, over 1000
feet being placed In position. The
water troubles were eliminated In
some degree by the pump being
kept going day and night.
Tho manholes are hslng dug now
and the scMle tank Is nearly com.
pleted, tho contraelors ey. The
pump will soon bo ready to place
In position on tho concrete bases
constructed last week. There are
soreral miles yet of sewering pip
to be laid.
MrMfoUAN. Mont.. Nov. a.
FouidtHons for the five MW;mlld
lags' '" Hon tsua 'ttlrW C4lfV are
to be imputed thU hll.' It w, an-
work li already under way. An ex.
tra amouut ot work was required
In proparlng for tho cement work
for the hew' biology butldtni as a re
sult ot striking water near the sur-
ot. Tennessee i Jl
lernoon' e,.r ' " lit,
"Ho Nations" ZS,
"lln and ChlggH.
The ladder of life Is full ot
splinters, but they always prick the
hardest when we're sliding down.
For Many a Klamath Fall HoaehoU
To have the pains and aches ot a
bad back removed to be entirely
tree from annoying, dangerous urin
ary disorders. Is enough to make any
kidney sufferer grateful. The fol
lowing advice ot one who baa suf
fered wilt prove helpful to hundreds
ot Klamath Falls readers.
Mr. 8. II. Douglass, $01 Rcse St.,
KUmmtti Palla. lara! "I aladlr SB-
rfnr nmn'i Klitnitv Pill for I kDOW
they do all that is claimed for them,
Tbey have always been used In our
family. My kidneys were weak and
out ot order ana I naa a tame ana
aching back. I felt dnll and rna
down and my kidneys acted trrogu-
l-rlv nnan'a KMflBV Pill liaa.t
directed soon relieved me of the
trouble, strengthening my naex ana
Price 60c, at alt dealors. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Dosn's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Douglas had. Foster-Mllburn
Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
at crowded our itort
Kpwt; of each day; v
We with to offer our apolofrft,
to i-muiy of our customers attendiW
our, ONE CENT Sale during fi
pasture? , days.
We found it irnDoiiibi
promptly wait upon the throng of
r 'n i ' i j i
Dozens of customers were die
appointed in being unable to obiaisY
sonie of the articles advertised M
thalast day of the sale. '
We made what we thought wu
ample provision on all merclndiie
offered but the unprecedented cU.'
mand. exhausted stocks and result!
in some disappointments.
W thank you for the wonoV
ful success of this sale and it is a
pleasure to us to know that evtry
customer secured articles of HIGH
QUALITY at prices that were
ly pleasing to him.
I fr-vmiT, Y,
; kLamath falls Oregon
WHertt. PAmicuLAn pconc
UY TntlFT DRUGS
At the first indi
cation of eye
strain, when they
blur, itch, in
flame and gjtt
sore or give you
headache or diz
H. J. WINTERS
Phone 148-W 711-TM Mala
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NOTICK OK HTOCKHOLDKIW MKKTI.ta
' Apclal meeting of the stockholders of CKATtlt Otb I
OAfl COMPANY will be h.ld at 1:00 P. l. Thursday.
abr Ird. I$l, at the office ot Jsi. II, DrUcoll, fertWrr, 111
Wllllt Building. Klamath Falls, Oregon.
The purpose ot this meeting Is to recelv sal ad fa)
report ot the Finance Committee and to decide upon U MaV
policy of the company. '
'' questions of vital Importance to ertry stotibolitf
discussed and It I the dselre or the ntfltrrs nd dlrKtsntsU
every stockholder be present, In ordr that sll nay fse fsJtffa
formed of the affairs of the company, and that sll My aWt
vole In deciding upon a policy for futuro action,
Asa Pordyce, President.
Jss. H. Drlaeoll, Secretary.
O. D. flurke, Treasurer.
Dr. F. It.' Ooodard, Director,
W. M. Montrlfni, Dir. v. wis
G. A, llMlmsn, Dlmter,
Geo. II, Chsmbertils, 01. TSfi
TIIK PUHMO W INVITKIi
Every pron Interested In Oil Development will U
t I Ma aifWkhnl.tar. Mlullna Mm lr,1 Tha nffi.Bl BS
of Crater Oil" Oaa Co., propose to ly all lbs tarii i sjtti
satktaa t.Mil nraafil Sit, nfAl.lMa nil t AVAlnnmaflt U UMM
County In the light of a sound business rropo'l'lw. "'
been don wo want tbo public to know. Whst It-1 fff"r
tTrSTKD. W UBOB YOU TO COMB. AND BRHW Wl,
F1-I fft e-f - 1 r
CRATER OIL OM CO.
I . B ginning Novmbtr lit, we wilt U I
Previously wholesalers were "
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mrnl in ihmiw- mAit hut We OTS Htm ra
. ; y a " : iTii! .-; a tuirtv &
; peuea to meet otits in cn ' dJle
: Thi$ does not allow time to mah cf
: tions on charge -accounts.
Wm will appreciate the co
t the oublic in this move and wtll r-T;
same excellent service to patrons.
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