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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
VLAND SETTLEMENT AIM
VHinln Chamber Will Wend Kfforw,
PORTLAND, Jan. IS. (Special to
Tlio Horalil). Tho Orouon Btato
Clmmlior of Commerce lll continue
lit ntllvo work In colonltlnc and
KjttllnK the unoccupied land of the
ntntc. ami will bend every effort to
ward tlm morslng of all land settle
Inenl AKcnclcB tlirouRhout the Mate
during tlio comlnR year, according to
an oulllnn of'tho future policy of the
orcnnttntlon made public today.
The report, which is an outgrowth
or tho Annual Meeting of tho organi
zation on January 3rd, cmphasUes
tho tact that the Htate Chamber, duo
to tho actlvo co-oporatlon of tho rail
roads senlnR thli itate, cxecuttTc
department at Salem and all stato
wldn organisation, has become es
tablished as tho central medium
through which prospective settlers
.rro put In touch with the various dis
tricts of tho state In which thay de
sire to locate.
An Important development In the
S'atn Chamber's plan of placing ei
soldiers on tho land under the pro
visions of the Orejon bonus law, wa
announced In tho report. Hobcrt O
Case, or the State Chamber, an ex
scnlco and has bean appointed accro
tary of tho Stato Land Committee of
tus Amorlcan Legion, and will Im
mediately take up the work of com
piling data In regard to specific tracts
of land avallablo for soldier settle
ment. Thomas A. Sceney, chairman of
the Stato Land Committee of the
American Legion, in announcing tho
appointment of the secretary, declar
ed that tho committee would take up
tlio actlvo work of soldier settlement
through tho State chamber.
"Oregon ox-soldlert who destr. to
use tho bonus as a mean of buying n
home should address the American
I.cglon Stato Land, Committee, Ore
gon Dulldlng Portland," said Mr.
Sweeney. "Wo expect to work closely
with tho Stato Chamber In this mat
ter, as that organization has complete
data on file relatlvo to the various
tracts or land ready for settlement "
Other matters taken up In the re
port Include tho'announcement that a
new department of Organization and
Service, as recommended by tho State
Association of Commercial Seerctar-
les, will bo Instituted by the State
Chamber, The purpose of this depart
ment will bo to glvo assistance to
local commercial organizations thru
out the stntc, and it field man
lll bo employed who will davote hi
entlro tlmo to this work.
Talent District Sells
SAI.CM. Ore. Jan. 12. Tho state '
Irrigation mid dr.iliiHgo securities
commission has authorized the sale
of bonds of tho Talent Irrigation ills
trlct In Hnguo (Uxor valley for Sfi '
cents on tho dollar to a Los Angeles I
bank. Tho amount of bonds to bo Is- j
sued will depend upon tlm construe
tlon program finally decided upon
CATHOLIC YOUNfl WOMK.V
CIIVK 1.NCK TO.MCIIT
Tho Catholic Young Women's
club nil! tonight give the third of
the series ot dances, which have
been so popular, at Lyceum hall.
From report. It Is oxpected that
there will be a largo attendanco
Uorel's orchestra will furnish the
TO BE ELIMINATED
BY FEDERAL SYSTEM
Whcrn crossings urn unavoidable,
or whcrn local, Interests Justify con
strtH'tlon ot highways to cross rail
road Illicit, tho road will bo so local
J ed as to pass over tho track or un-
'dor II. In must Instances of this
sort tho railroads bear one-half or
,the eost ot building tho lirldgo or
The prime object of the depart
mcut'N policy to eliminate grade
crossings on federal aid mads Is
tho saving of human lives. This
policy probably will Involve In-
' creased expense of construction In
tho ease of aomo roads, but It Is
, believed this Is Jimllfl.nl by the
raving or lire. During tho three
years ending with 1D:0, according
to the best records avallablo to
'the department, 3,636 lives were
lost nt grado crolngs In the I'nlt-
Ww. Chcyno Ik In from Spring
C 11. Kilsott of ICdson Koulko
Co,, or Un idle, California, nan hero
shipping thrvo carloads of Hue
beer cattle. Tho cattle were driven
from llonniiiii wlirro they have bwli
feeding for tho p.ist few months. .Mr.
Kdson su)n business Is Improving and
that since Christmas tho company
secured '.Ml' flno beef cuttle trom this
county. The three carlouiLn were
IM (lerber shipped )i7 head of
ill tine beer cattle to Kilsim Koiilk
Co., (latelle. California, Thursday.
U1I()KST NON-HHltn AIUSHII'S
AIIIUVIX OX COAST
ARCADIA. Callt., Jan 12. The
largest non-rigid airship over sent
to tho l'aclllc Coast has reached
the newly enlarged Army llalloon
and Air School here. It Is tho D-3,
one of tho 198-foot airships which
participated In tho recent manoouv
cr In the Atlantic when thn Ocr
man warships were sunk by army
aircraft. It has a cruising 'radius
lot 790 miles at a cruising speed of
for some tlmo past. Tho policy Is 45 , nn ,,,. ,, , , of
mootlns with hearty co-operation on' ,. ,. , . .,,,, . ,,
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itno part or too states, ana too
While the world talks ot disarm,
ment ths Jap&ntso army continues
Its flsld maneuvers. Above. Crown
Prlnco lllrohlto, regent of Japan, Is
watching operations oX tho army
On ii cnrleud of fine bee! rattle
ed States and 10.64 persons were "" "hipped by D. M. McLemoro to
Injured ' "rrt Crane & Co.. Ainsterdnui, Call-
Two hundred and twelve head of
flno beef cattle were shipped to Dave
Young & Co., I'eters, California. They
were shipped by Charley Drew of
l.ovt ltlvnr Dam.
Kugeno Hammond from Merrill
shipped six carloads of lambs to Al
len ft 1'ylo Co.. San Francisco,
I J. Straw, brother of W. J.
Straw Mas In Midland today Inspect
ing tjic brands, as his brother Is at
present In San Francisco,
Ira McCall, extenslijo feeder (In
cattle and sheep, from Merrill, was
here helping lth tho shipment.
Mr. Splrgettn and Dave James
from I'eters, California, mere super-
I vising the shipment.
II. L. I.cln and I) I. tlordan,
water uwrlors of Klainatti Falls
are hero helping with thn shipping.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 12.
The grade crossing must go, and
they will be eliminated wherever""0 pa" ol ,no ,la,c"' "au luoi an hour. A crow or rour operates
possible on the roads ot tho Federal '"Ican Association ot Stato Hlgh-j 0 b,K ,riMPi ,luj ,hero ,ro .p.
Aid Highway system, which will be "" ""! or resolution nas.eommoUalons fof thrp(J aUUtonll,
built as a result of tho nassari. of PlKcd Its best efforts to co-opcr-, ,.,,- ,. ., .., wldo nll(i
tho federal highway act. When the n,B to 'lnate grade crossing on Rs fM, h,Rn
roads which form the primary or ncw "-onstrucllon. m
Interstate system are constructed. In addition, tho policy finds favorj A 00ll business woman usually
no grade crossing will be allowed auong the railroads, some of thcltirv,.s harder bargain than a
to remain that It Is at all practlc- lMd nK '"'" already having lent,man
able to avoid. Kvery effort will be cheerful aid In avoiding tho con-
made to mako the roads of tho sec- stru:tlon of more grado crossings.; v
ondary system equally safe, but In' Instead or grade crossings thoro rcroVJilAL, fritrt 1 ljn I run uunual church rally and
this case It Is recognized that ellm- will ho constructed, wherever possl- : community New Year's dinner was
inatlon may not be practicable In Me. In the future, either a bridge -Mr- uni Mr"- E ,-Moraycr yes- held at .Ml Lakl church Monday.
all cases at this time. or an underpass where roadway ruaj ' 'or uoraviuy, ""o moy , varty ot young people went
In making this announcement tho and railway Intersect. Important wl remain two weoks. coasting on llarno'. hill last Frl
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bureau of public roads, United roads, wnlch now cross ana rccrosi nmuii-, ir uy evening, tdoso or the party
States department or agriculture, railroad lines at grades, hcreattcr siocKinan, is nere irom san t ran-, were Mlsa Ilornlco Dausort, Miss
under whoso supervision tho fund will be located entirely on one side Cisco . oilvo Kirk, Miss Lucillo Dauion,
Is allotted and construction Is un- of tho railroad, oven though to do D.in llyan of lort Klamath Is a unce Matney. Leo llarnes. Jack
dortaken. Is putting Into effect a so may Increase tho cost of con- visnnr in tno city today. , Matpey, Alczandur Cheyne. Lou
policy which It has long advocated structlon. State official, realizing air. ana -Airs. Louis k. l-orter .Matney. Cecil Cheyne. Charles Mat.
. t . .l .ill.4l- ..to .Aaa. his v a tl tl pttml frniti ta I rl n In 1nrt.'
principle, and whose adoption tho need of eliminating grade crews- have returned from a trip to Port, nrjr. Leslie Stewart and Mr, O'lirlen
It hag urged with Increasing effec lags, have slated tneir aesire-io iann nnu omer points. ni ex- -ivnma uurx, .in,f .Murgaret Iird
tlveness upon 'state highway oHIdals co-operate with tho department. In tended over tho holidays
Mbw Neva aiennrtind Mack (lcnn
n:'l MAIN ill,
III liuroiiettv Sntiiis, Kalllc Silk, and Mutalllc
skated on Uist Itlver near the
tllenn homo Saturday night
1. A. West was In Ml Lnkl oil
Thursday to look alter his rattle I
Mr. Storms visited Mr and Mrs ,
John Kooulz last week. Mr Worm
Is from California, und came to
Klamath Falls In company with his
son to visit his daughter. Mrs. (toy,
Mr and .Mrs. Dsn Kuylor served
a New Year's dinner on Sunday to
Mr. und Mrs. Clydn (Irlfflth and
Mr and Mrs, Will Cheyne.
Mrs J. II. Klllott and son Hilly,
spent several days with Mrs. Scot1
Thompson while Mr Klllott was'
gone to tho Agency to bring his1
cattle to tho valley ranch tor reed-
Ing. Mr. Klllott reached hero with'
his cattle Tuesdsy noon. !
Miss Viola Cheyne Is visiting'
friends In Merrill. '
A number of children have be.-!!,
enjoying roasting on Matnny'a hill '
Also aomn of tho grown-ups,
Alox Che) no visited at Thump-!
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hill enter
tained with a Now Year's dinner t
their homo Sunday. Mr and Mrs .
J. It. Klllott and son Hilly and Mr '
W J O'lirlen worn the guests
Pert Dauson, who was In Lot
Mollnos. California, un bulnr
ha relumed homo.
C A Hill delivered barley to
Tom Wallers Tuesday
There' are several sheep and hog
buyers In this vicinity
The Kaylor baby has been 111
Choyne's young peopln attended
thn masquerade at Merrill Monday
Will Kaylor and Kd Ward mored
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LOST Hunch it! hoys I'liuue 3TI.U'
Small socket wrench lost at Vth A
Prospect. Party IIiiiIIiik same please
return to Teleplioiiu Olflfe. 13-14
I'Olt HKNT Oil I.KAHi: -Hlx room
furnished hoiice, bath, garage.
Meno PIiiiiip 3I0M 1.1. 14
H.VY IT WITH FMT.ltH
KLAMATH ll.) Clt HIIHP
Phono r.KU ,H3I Mnln HI.
wood ion sali:
Dry limb anil body wood Fir anil
Pine Harry I'urcli Tel. 342W 13
Htcam heat at Colonial llooins. 13
Swvel Cider. 137 N 4lh. I3.JI
FOIl SAI.i: 3 first-class rows, must
bn sold tomorrow 20H Winters'
tlulldlng 13-1 -
Steam luul at Culoulnl Itooms. 13
lU'rtiillfnl iieiv sainnln Plater.
plaim. (irwillj- iriluccil, ami trnm
within iriiMiu iltirlnir tvvu weeks
onlj. HAUL hltl'lll.'llll CO.
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MONEY IS NEEDED
Mr. Rosenthal is selling his
interest to me, and I need the
money to buy. That's why these
goods are sacrificed at the
prices quoted below.
outfit, including Strep. Razor and Blades; while they last
AUTO STROP RAZOR
A complete Five Dollar rr
Can You Beat This Anywhere at Any Time?
MACKINAWS worth $8.50 at HALF PRICE
MONEY IS NEEDED
Mr. Rosenthal is leaving for
San Francisco at the end of this
month, and I must have the
money to pay for his interest
before that date. That's why
these goods are sacrificed.
AU $6.50 Shirts, Checks
and Plaids, now
All $5.50 Shirts
Wool Mixed Union Suits,
Special Lot of Dress
Wool Shirts All $4.50
O.D. French Flannel Shirts,
wete $3.50, now
Genuine U. S. Army O. D.
Genuine U. S. Army Gray
Army All-Wool Blankets,
O. D .and Gray
WORK AND DRESS
at Exceptionally Low Price
All $6.50 Shirts, Checks
and Plaids, now
U. S. Gov't Standard Heavy
Regular Price $7.50, now
Wool Union Suits, priced
regularly $4.00 and
One Lot Heavy Wool
Sweater Coats, reg. $5.00.,
On Sale at
Also One Lot Gray Worst
Big Special 1 Lot Mack
inaws, reg. $8.00, now
Also regulation U. S. Army
O. D. Overcoats
Special Lot of Corduroy
Special Lot of Work
Heavy Wool Sox,
Regular 65c Sale
40c, 3 FOR $1.00
Dress Shoes, $8.00 and
Bucheckt Famous Indian
Tan, 8-inch Moccasin
Heavy, Large Size Comforts at a Price Never Before
Known in Klamath Falls
ARMY GOODS STORE
619 MAIN STREET