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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PMU.IV, .1AMMUV 27, 1022
With Hoguc Tonight
In tho reports mnac t members.
It was brought out that the assessed
nlnMlon of Klamath Falls for 1821
wo H,67.T,G2I anil thnt the bomlrd
Indebtedness Is 5J(S,T93 or about
SI 60 per ranltn based on n papula
Hon of 6000. It was shown thnt the
Derails) It U felt by mnnr tans
lipru tbflt l'arl Jfltchlo I about to
miM.1 n li.illlnr morn caual to hit nwn
nl.miT ilinn nr tftin l.nvn ho ipn i bond limit hero Is 15 per cent
hero tor boiuo time. Brct Inltrwl iins Mnt h'h ,hnn '" mMt c,,,(,- 'cr
boon aroused In tils match with Al i wtttlnr a l.omtc.l Indebtedness cf
JIonuo at tho Scandinavian hall to-; T0!.430.6o.
nlstit. Two """'l flfty-Hireo Inquiries
Tunic who hate seen Hoeue- pro-" T " "i.o " r '" -
nounro him to be almost a .lupllcnto I "'" haxIR ,ho clty wnnaKcr form
of Itltelilo In bull.I anil wclfjlit. And ' Rovernme.il returned SJO favor
whllo Horuo will have tn prove bis able replies. The letters were address
Ability, tao fart thnt ho s plck-d ' Prominent business men and
by ma- ciporle'nred rln(t Kcneral.l '"'"'. " n'"v" PPred tn
Jack Downey, to eorao up hero and. Uradstreets. and to school supcrln
hi.r nitrhln how It Is .lone, manv' tendents. labor loaders aud chambers
Cisco, where It Is In demnnd, nlrendy
hnvliiK established Itself am our
these who appreciate quality.
JACK JOHNSON HLOrKS
TIUKI'lt't IS AHIIKSTKI)
Jxdlwo that Itltchle'i adherents may
bo treated to a surprise tonight.
Kor a ewrtaln-ratscr, the hid fav
orite. ''Tufty" Andersen and YounK
Kluimmom win appear. Tuffy ap
pear to have put on some weight
slnco lits last appearanco and may
bo at n dlndrantnte with his slim
opponent. Klta Is reported to have
been training hard for this bout
which, ho hopes, will not be declared
n draw as usual.
Kid Vincent will have another
chance at Kid Harrington, tho Chit
oquln scrapper. Vincent showed con
siderable improvement In his last
hont and U considered that he will
put Up a better scrap this time. Ho
won both former bout, through Har
rington fouling him, apparently with
Young Wclat, of Merrill, and Bat
tling North, of Klamath Falls, have
sot appeared hero recently, but both
have excellent reputations and from
nil reports aro about evenly matched.
of commerce. Of 4 4 bank, reportlug
three were unfavorable. flio of eight
labor leaders were unfavorable,
school supcrlntrndanta were unani
mously In favor and chambers of
commcrco were In favor with two.ex
ccptlons. !lt Is planned to hold three further
meetings, at the last one of which the
club will go on record as faxorlng
one of the forms ef government. .
Tho licit meeting will be held Feb
ruary 9 when tho debate will be
heard. A week later the city manager
form will be the subject of a debate
USE LOCAL PRODUCT
(lie- Mnnufiictuml in Malln He
ine Shipped to San I'rnnrUro
GOVT. CLUB HAS MEETjhM
The grocers of this city now have
an apportunlty to mako tbclr acta
'suit their words. Constantly thpy
urge the peoplo of the county to trade
at home, so that the nioner staxs
here. What ls sauce for tho gooie
should be sauce for tho tramler. and
Orrot lnlriTt ls Anuctl tn
Hon of Two Kortiis
Growing Interest was evidenced
last night at the third meeting of the
Cur Government Stury club nt the
Chamber of Commerce whoeh was at- promotion.
tended br the usual larco number of! Klamath cheese Is manufactured at
NKWAItK, N. J., Jan. 27 Jack
Johnson, former heavyweight cham
pion, was nrrestvd today on a charge
of violation of traffic rules with hls
automobile. He loft $50 with a police
sergeant for appearanco Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs II. K. Momyor urn ex
pected back from San Kranvlsrti
Tuesday night, where they have been
spending tho past Ibreo weeks,
Kd Wakefield, who Is euiplojed by
tho Southern I'nclttc Co., nt Ashland
spent soioral daya lu this city lnli
IjiK his brother, II. H Wukefleld.
Mrs. Stuvo Hnhti, Jr., and baby, loft
eslinday (or 1111 exlended visit nt
(he homo of Mrs. It. A. Johnson In
Dr. C I. Mason left Ibis iiiurnlluf
(or I'orllimd cm business mid will bo
absent from his iidliu (or nbutit 11
A. Swcltxer Is a buslnesv visitor
from Orlndnle today.
Geno Wllkerson Is In from I-in-gell
"nlley today looking after busi
J. A. Gordon Is back at his desk
in tho First National bank alter an
lllnrs, of several days.
Miss Marjorle Grisci Is spending
the day In the city from her homo In
iMr. and Mrs. Jerry McCnrtlo are
spending a few days In town on busl
ne and pleasure.
Jim Hell of Illy Is n business visitor
In the city.
I.. Gerber has been In from his
ranch In the Hotscftr district tor a
1 Mrs. Ctirll.s Iteldriek Is spending a
tow days In tho city from her home
Louis Uoldlschar Is a business visi
tor from Malln.
J. Jarvis left a few. days ago for
We furnish a nice warm dressing
room, a bathing suit, towel aad show
er for 3.1 cents. Tho plunge Is froe
to spend what time you like. Comej
and have a good time. J:t t. :&
Saturday Is the Last Day of
Prices Reduced on Everything in the
house. For Saturday Only we will sell
any Dress Shoe in the house 33 i off the
manufacturers of Klamath cheese are
urging Klamath county merchants to
bandlo and push tho sale of that
article. It is a home production and
should rccclvo homo patronage, and
It. C. Groesbeck, In opening tho
meeting, said that he had heard re
port that It was the purpose of the
club to urge tho adoption of tho man
ager form of municipal government.
These reports be branded as unfound
ed, saying that the only purpose waa
to study and weight the various
forms with view to eventually recom
mending one foru.
At tho next meeting a debate will
bo held on the propesition: "Itcsolv
ed, -that tho Couneilmanlc Form of
Government has Greater Klements of
Strength than of Weakness," for
which two debating teams wcro chos
en, ns follews: Affirmative, A. J.
Voyo. chairman: M. S. West, W. T.
Ico, A. M. Collier, M. L. Johnson. C.
T Uarley, Dr. Geo. I. Wright and Mr.
Madscn. Negative, II. 1. Newell, hundred pounds of cheese i( manu-j
chairman; W O. Smith, T. A. Steven-, factured. Of this upwards of two tons
on, Win. McNeally, It. 11. Dunbar, A.J Is brought to this city each week by
and Mr. Tanner. A. Kaltna for shipment to San Fran-
Malln, the company being a co-opera-1
iito auair. mc cnceimaKer is jouq
rteber, with whom tho company has a
three years contract. His cheese
carried oft the gold medal at the Cali
fornia state fair, It having received
tho highest award. Klamath cheese Is
a superior article, slnco It contains
4 3-S per cent of butter fat, while
other cheese carries only 3', 5 percent.-
It Is an article that should bo
used In every home where cheese
cntcr( as a part of the diet and
should be Iniuch demand that no oth
er outsido cheese could find a market
here. In that way It can be developed
and became a valuable asset to the '
county and furnish' a permanent out-j
let for tho milk of the Malln-Merrlll
Each day between four and five
MAUN NATIONAL HALL
FEBRUARY 11, 1922 '
10 Prizes, 5-o the Ladies
and 5 to Gentlemen ' .
Best Music in
We've got some just came in today, and
we mean it when we say it's the best ever sold
in Klamath Falls. Tiy it and you'll back our
If you want Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb,
Ham or Bacon, depend upon getting here the
best to be had anywhere at any price at
OUR USUAL SATURDAY PRICES
The Lincoln Market
"SURE WE DELIVER"
Main and Third Phone 511-J
W.UtM DUKSSINfJ ItOOMS,'
TOWJX AXI1 KHOWKIt
35c, Children 25c
16-inch Tan Lace Boots
(Tans and Black Dress
Shoe's', Button and Lace
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR
No. 433 Chocolate Kid Eng
lish Bal, a $10 Shoe
No. 432 Black calf, a plain,
conservative Shoe, good weight
sole; $10 value,
(a few Florshcims) Tan
and Blacks, mostly
Leather Top Rubbers,
Eight and Ten-inch
Not All Sizes
HOME OF HART
SCHAFFNER & MARX
"I AIN'T MAD AT
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FRIDAY EVENING, JAUNARY 27th
SU Itouuil Slain Krnt Al Ilngue, Sun 1'raiiclM-o, (105 pounds)
is. Karl Itltrlile, Klamath 1'nlU (tIMl pounds).
SU-Itminil Kps-clxl Ktcnt Kid Vincent, Una h'rnnrlsro, . Kid
llrrrlngton, CtillMulii WrllernrlKlilo.
Tnu Fast I'lvlliulnarle. Four Hounds Krh--Vounjf1 Welst, of
Merrill . llatllini: Xorth of Klumalli rails.
Vounu Ihd KitrliiiUiun vs. Tuffy Anilri-oii, the Snutliiiml
GKXKIUli AH.MI.SSIOX, l.30 . l
KIXGSIDK. S, IXCI.UD1XH WAU TAX
We Need the Money
And Everything in the Army Goods Store is selling at a price
having that object in view
1 8c lb.
Kl'IJ OIK WINDOWS rOK OTIillU C'OltltKSl'OXDl.Vtil.Y
524 Main St.
ARE YOU IN
WHY SCOWL YOUR WAY
Impairing your efficiency through defective
will send you through life smiling. .
UNION SUITS MACKINAWS
That have always wktWkikmmkwmkWktwmkMattatm These sold from
sold for $3.00 $12.50 to $15.00
NOW GO AT WOOL SWEATERS You can take
d i -1- TL s u u u Y0UR PICK AT
E EC These cannot be bought
anywhere in the country pO.7)
""" mi T",: M""it" for l. th.n SS.00. "WK m. tiib wwnr-
UNDERWEAR THEY'RE YOURS AKMY BLANKETS
Garment, that have FOR Not many of them,
always been priced They ,,way, go,d
at $1.25 3).UU , for ,6.50, and you
HAVE TO GO AT vi: xkkii tiik moxky" qj JHEM FOR
"VK XKKII TIIK MOXKV" ' "WK XKKI) TIIK MOXKY"
Everything in the Place Cut Below Actual Cost.
Army Goods Store
619 MAIN STREET