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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Msrrh 10, on the construction ot di
vision terminate at ' Wenatchee,
Wash., tbe 8pokcsman-nevlew said
ri uTjxrvtruv'ijvuxnnjvi r-an
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
r. R. (KHJUC....E1ltor and roMtefctr
H. R. HILL-. .....Cit)rS4Uor
ijVTjvtnrvira-vy'ii"r,'"i" . .
"Published dally except 8unusjr, by
Tba Herald FUDIIiiitnK company or
Klamath Falls, nr lit j:t?hth Street.
" Entered at tbe hoaloffieo at Klam-
its ralU. Ore., fur transmission
through the iqsttt an BocondtUM
MHMBER OF TltR ASSOCIATED
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lion ot all ne tlinstchOs erodltoil
to It. or not otherwise credited In
Ibis paper, and alto the local news
TUESDAY, FKIUtt'AhY'T, 102a
' j Brwnwell's Statement
I-nANK C. IinAMWEXL'S slsto
1; tnent ot tho st&t banking de
partment's program tor liquidating
tho First 8talo and Sirlngi bunk's
attain bai a liMlnht-trom-thc-ahoulder
rlns that should put heart
Into cTcrjr one who Is directly In
tcrfstcd In tbe Institution, and ap-
I peal to erery bnsints man In tbe
, community, who Is Indirectly Inter
ested In larco or smalt docrca ac
cording to his bnslntts affiliations
and tbe condition ot his business
r The atate t bank superintendent
. turned bis hand tc up on the
It any ono feared that ho would
adopt , dictatorial attitude that
tear Is dispelled.
It any one feared that their mis
fortunes would be talon advantage
ot to proTlde fat fees for lawyers
and' rocelrers. that tear Is disci-
4 In a statement In today's news
colanna ot the Herald the head of
i the stata bsnkiaft department sets
forth In clean-cat terms his pro-
r tram as far as a program can be
mapped out at this time.
j His remarks support the policy
outlined by Cf E. Walles. who be
came deputy bankln superintend
ent In charge, when the bank, closed
He express a desire for co-operating
to the limit with etery cred
itor of the -sank, but be will be
sealooa In guarding the Interest of
tho bank's debtors. .
, i Under the program that 'be haa
outlined tha test vestige ot cause
tor anxiety is' removed and the
sane attitude that ha beaa.naln
talned la the comuifntty tho
bank closed in Justified.
, Klamath county tin be proud to
co-operate with, tht ' ta banking
department on -uch a irornm and
tbe superintendent will flad lo7land
capable supporters fit plenty 'in car
rying it out. ,
'GREAT WESTTr.V rLAY
AT ST1UND THEATRE
From boyhood on upward till the
hair is grayed lth age. prslrlo
stories are popular reading matter.
"Fearless DkV 1, a tale of tbe
plains, and r.udlenres at tbe Strand
tbeatro tonight will rnjoy something
unusual in this, tho first of a eerie
,of prairie pro tactions which are be
ing made, starring Dick Hatton, tbe
well known Western actor. "Fear
x less Pick" was dlrecteJ by Park n.
. Frame, the director who was re
sponsible tor a number of pictures
in which Frank Borzssjo played I he
leading role" Mforo Incoming a di
rector to make the famous "Humor
esque."' Framo bae dono creditable
work in "Fearless Dick." Hatton
'"la a Western actor who really can
act, Is quick on tbe draw, and
makes lore to the pretty heroine In
a way to start him well along the
road toward being a matinee Idol.
Tbe cast Includes players who Imo
been seen In popular pictures for
sereral years. They include Henry
J. Hebert. long a Fox "villain" In
Tcm Mix and William Farnura pic
tures; Otto, Lederer, the recent
Vltagraph dlroctor; Dick La Reno,
.whoso work In tbe stage version of
"Tho Virginians" garr bint a'defl
nlte place in tbe beartr of theater
goers for all time.. Catherine Craig,
who has been entrusted with tbe
'feminine role is a remarkably prot-
'ty gtrl. r8hefhst charm, acting abll-
ity, and In all ot her scenes there Is
an evident sincerity of purpose. -1
In addition there a HI be two
1 .good comedies.
Don't fWttt country store night
1, 000.000 TKKMIXAI,
6 -T l'LAVFOH WKXATCHKK
I 8P0KANB. Wash.. Feb. 7. The
' 'Great Northern railway plans- to
I spend a'jnllllon dollars fcmmenclnc
KV- "i 1 "
J&AI ETi QTPAAA
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Miss Erma Kreese ot Hood niter,
who has been visiting at the home
ot her brother, Dr. Kreese, left for
Southern California to spend the
remainder ot tho winter.
There It to be n pie supper at
the Oodd Hollow school house Fri
day. The proceeds will go toward
the purchsto of an organ.
Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Anderson
spent Bandsy In Klamath Falls.
Tho Merrill Library club met at
tho home ot Mrs. Walker Thursday,
February 3, when they wcro enter
tained by Mrs. Walker, assisted by
Mrs. Fred "Peterson. It wa, voted
to giro tho supper tor tho firemen's
ball. Following tho regular busi
ness refreshments were served by
tho hostesses. The following wen
prevent: Mcsdames R. II. and R.
C. Anderson, Geo. Wright, Jns.
Stevenson, Rogue, C. nailer. It.
KetUnhoru, Chester Hasklns, J.
Dewey, E. D. Harwood, C. M. Mer-
rltt, Arthur Frailer, W. F. Jen-
nette and W. Davis and tho hos
tesses. The club will giro a card
party at the library February IS.
Tho firemen are to glre their an
nual ball this month.
T. A. Barrowa Is in from his
ranch near Aden for a few weeks.
Same of the young people from
around Merrill attended the danco
given at tho Murphy place near
A large crowd attended the bas
ketball game Friday between Do
nanta and Merrill. The llno-up for
nonanta bora was: n. Grislz, R.
Cbaney. C. Welsh. L. liorton, F.
Copperfleld; line-up for Merrill high
school boys was. E. Klger. K. Klger.
F. Pope. B. Dallli. Will Hill. The
score stood 13 to 1( in favor ot
Bonanta. The line-up tor the gamo
between Merrill and Bonanta high
school gtrls was: Bonsnza, It. Ham-
aker, L. Huston, L. Flackus, B.
Hamaker, M. Scott; Merrill, V. Of-
fleld, A. Murrey, E. Dlllard. M.
Oraybal, Bee and Mary Taylor. The
acora was 6 to S In favor ot Merrill.
There was a large number came
over from Bonanza to witness the
basketball game. A final game will
be played between Bonanta and
Agency, as there Is a tie between
them at present.
A baby girl was born to tho wife
ot Leonard Bowman Saturday, Feb
ruary i. ,Mother and babe doing
Miss Ruth Hill was in Merrill
Friday to attend the basketball
E. C. Frailer and Clyde Barrows,
who hare been working on the
dredger en Willamson river, aro
home. They report the Ice eigh
teen Inches thick on Ithe river,
necessitating the shutting down ot
John Cox waa in Klamath Falls
Thelehurch commute- met Tburs)
day afternoon at tho Mount Lakl
church to discus wbat materials to
use In the repair of the Insldo of
tho church. Plaster board was de
nuded on, and Davo MoComb
was appointed overseer ot tho work,
which will commence Immediately,
Some new windows will be put In
and the outside or tho church will
be painted. Plsns aro also being
made for plowing the church yard
and sowing It to clover and setting
out mere trees.
The Home Hygleue class met with
Mrs. Morrison Thursday, and will
meet again on Thursday, February
9 for tbe last time. This meeting
wilt also be held at tbe Morrison
Kenneth Case Is working In
Will Kaylor hauled a load of sup
plies for Mack's Cash Store Wed
nesday, Clyde Griffith lia moved to his
home on Lost river from the 0. D.
A danco was given at Mrs. Ball
en's last Friday night, and ono In
Sam Enman's new house Saturday
The Ladles' Aid will pick wool
JorMrs. II. D. Morrison Wednesday,
February 8. All ladles are Invited.
Nell Campbell ot tho Siemens' oil
well Is In California.
There were 31 carloads ot cuttle
and sheep shipped from Midland Sat
urday, and 32 carloads of horses,
sheep and cattle Tuesday. There has
over. AND x want I
You to TKe axjuto
we rur scfccesNS this
MORNING AMP fHr
THeM WsVY FOf TM6
Yow ALWAYS H4ve A SUGiaeSTtON" TO lAKtS
(4Heivevc. TMCRC-'S anytmmc rot? YOU TO
tDO ROVjnO THC HOUSe efCe?T AN3WC5RIMG
THe caccs to thc: -dininq: taolcsj;
Voo'sttS A LCu AYS TACKQdci AoooT THC
"pSYCMOU3CtCt MOIMONT" HAVE.
PROPQQgD ONES l'.'
been ore ;hlpplng hero slnco tho
new year than in former jears.
Allen and I'ylc shipped ten car
loads of sheep and ono carload of cat
tle from Midland Saturday.
Verdun Meat Co., of San Francaco
U shipping six car loads to San Fran
Tom Walters ot Mt. Lakl sold 13S0
head of sheep to Atlcn and Pjle and
Is here looking after them.
John Allen ot Allen & Pyle & Co.,
ot 8an Francisco Is hero today, super
intending the shipment. Win. Moonry
ot Son Francisco, head shipper of At
len and Pyle Is here also.
Barney Horn, Jr., ot San Fran
cisco Is superintending the shipment
of Verdun Packing Co.
F. C. Vaughn, R. Byrn, If. Hen
dricks, Southern Pnclfle men from
Dunsmulr are here helping with the
B. X. I.ewln and Dan Gordan,
Southern Pacific men from Dunsmulr
ore here looking after the water
supply for tho cattlo and sheep.
Herbert Philips, Charley Delay and
little son, stockmen from Klamath
Falls aro hero helping with the ship
ments. Stukel and Graham from Merrill
are shipping eight carloads of tine
beet rattle to J. C. Johnson of San
E. C. Stukel, W. C. Stukel and W.
II. Graham were In Midland Monday
looking after tbe cattle.
A meeting of prominent citizens of
Klamath county and farmers In this
section of the community met at tho
Midland school house Saturday after
noon to further the dairy Industry
of this part of the country In the
Interacts of n co-opera tlo cheese fac
tory or creamery to be erected horc.
Mr. Sextpn of Klamath Falls acted
as chairman of tho meeting. John
Reber, chceso maker of Malta was
one of the principal speakors. Ho ex
plained to tho assembled farmers and
others who wnro Interested, the
equipment necresary to make n good
cheese factory and the profits made
from turning out n first class pro
duct and the necessity of all chceso
Wo furnish a nice warm dressing
room, a bathing suit, towel and show
er for 3S cents. The plunge Is free
to spend what time you llko. Como
and bae a good time. J2C V. 28
NO, I DIDN'T GET IT- f DIDN'T
HAVE TIME 'NO, I'VE BEEN TDO
BUSY- WELL I CANT HELP IT
WHY DIDH'T YOU GET IT?
YOU HAVE MORETIMETHAtf
I HAVE -4LLR16HT GET SORt
I HAvei. StlCGCVpON
T MAKC. UHV MOr
CCflVej TUCM up TlLt
-me fUS 30N6 RACK
THE SCfieSNS tVCC DC
iN plaos" ax thc exAerr
factories In tho county to co-operuto
as tho factories In Tillamook county,
to turn out a standard and world
wldo known .product. K. 11. Thomas,
county agent 'was also present and
gavo a short and Interesting talk on
tho necessity ot co-operation with
Mnlln It a chceso factory wcro erected
and If a creamery It should co.opo
rato with Klamath Falls and turn
out a county product as was done Ih
Tillamook In order to be successful
C L. Holiday, dairyman of Klant
ath Falls gavo a short and Interesting
talk on cheeso making and which was
the most profitable to tbe farmer.
John W L. Smith, principal ot the
Malln school, who has made a thor
ough study ot dairying at tho Oregon
Agricultural rollrgo gaa a short talk
from a teachers point ot lew and
how to market to the best financial
advantage. Ho said In part that In thc
past most farmers paid too much at
tention how .to, make two blades of
grass grow where ono did before, but
paid llttlo attention to tho business
and ot their produce, but left It for
some ono else. Ho said for farmers
to bo truly successful they must learn
how to take care ot the marketing of
produco as well as to raise It.
Before th(v meeting adjourned a
committee was appointed to lslt the
Malln chceJo factory and see how
cheese was made. Those to serve
wore, John Depuy, J. D. Hooper, 8 L.
Burnett and T. D. Young. After the
meeting adjourned the ladles'of Mid
land served lunch. Keryono felt at
If they spent a pleasant and profit
Howard Wynant and Harry With,
erall wcro Klamath Falls visitors
George Furbcr was a Klamath
Falls visitor Monday.
tjcorgo Furbcr' wlrelces Is work
ing well this winter In spite of not
halng It elevated an high as he has
It on his homo at Miller Island, Mr.
Furbcr fa lie hears music as far
as Denver, Colorado and Raskatcha
wan, Canada Music that Is played on
phonographs In Portland can bn
heard as plainly as If they wcro In
his own house. Mr Furbcr under
stands the International codo and by
that means hears very Interesting
jiiiwi from different jiarts of tho
I RATHER IMAGINE
THAT IT WAS YOUR
WIFE TO WHOM
U YOU WERE OUST
GOOD oy !
"If I Could Spe-ak Perton
ally to Everyone Who Has
Rheumatism and Stomach
Troublo I Would, Tell
Them to Take Tanlac,"
Declares Smttlc Citizen.
Own Health Restored.
"It 1 could speak to tcr hotly
porsonnlly who hm rhoiimnll-m and
stomach trouble I would tell thorn to
takn Tanlac, for 1 hawi tried It m
self nnd hnvo iucr found anything
llko It," raid Herman ltoetsch, H21
West Sixty-first Ml, Seattle. Wash.,
well-known lund-ocapo gardener.
"I hardly over luno men a twinge
of rheumatism now, although this
trouble had miulo my llfo miserable
for many year boforo 1 waa fortun
ate enough to 11 ml Tanlnc nnd get re
lict. "Moro than that, It has put my
stomach In such itand order that I
um getting moro tnomont out ot
my meals than In rnrs. In fact, 1
am feeling flno In orcry way,"
Tanlac and Tnnlac Vegetable PUN
are sold by druggists oerywhero
Bonanza high school basketball
tenm-, drove to Merrill Irfist Fri
day to play tho high school teams
then1. Tho girls' gamo was fea
tured by strong drfenslro work on
tho part of both teams, Merrill
won by a scoro of 6 to G.
Following l tho llno-up:
KUIe Iteuck .... F. .. ..Vera Of field
Hilda Hamaker F. . Allna Murray
Ada Flackus C E. Dlllard
Lois Houston . C M. Graybael
Illrdln Ilamaker..(l. .. .M.Taylor
Mildred 8cott .0 .B.Taylor
Jllfle Knock made all the points
for Bonanza and Vera Offleld all
Referee, Mrs. Chancy; umpire,
The boys' game was hard-fought.
For Bonanza Ralph Chancy wo,
high point man, with two field
goals and four (oul goals nut ot six
attempted. Grlzey made two flofd
goals, tint failed to scoro out ot sjx
Trnn MI..10 lit SH.oo
IMItl, NIIKI'HERII CO.
.107 Main St.
Th wnfer tit warm Anil nlfti wnrm
xlresslng rooms at tho Natatorlum.
Come and learn to swim, J3C F 38
DID PAIN DISTURB
TIIH paffl and torture of rheu
matism can be quickly relieved
by on application of Sloan's
Liniment, It brings warmth, rase and
comfort and lets ou sleep soundly.
Alwas hatp n bottle handy and
apply when ou feel the first twinje.
J I ptnttralei uilhoul rubiinr.
It's splendid to tako the pain out of
tired, aching muscles, sprains and
strains, stiff joints, and lame backs.
For forty years jiain's enemy. Ask
At airdrusgists 35c, 70c, $1.10.
DO YOU KNOW, MY
M WIFE AND I
HAVE AN ARGUMENT
NV MORE OR
A HARSH WORD!
YE&, IT WAS
124 So. 6th St
Our Ni' Voik hlilpmriil jrnli-nlnj brntinlil us ifio jrry Iniot
mmlrl. In ndtnnml inllllnVry, ullk mill 1'inlil roinbliiNlloiit, 1
lliiwri'lrliiiiiirili nln (illur loiulilniillonii,
free shots. Pope of Merrill ninda
ono Held goal and concerted six out
of 12 freo throws, Kenneth Klgnr
secured ono field goal, nn also did
Esten Klgor Tho gamo was fast
iiiul clean INnornblo comment was
mndn upon the work ot llurkn as
referee and Merrlt as umpire.
Following Is the, llno-up ot the
Grlsey j- K. Klgor
It, Chancy F. .. . II. Klgor
P. Welsh C Fred Popo
I,, liorton a II. llrtllt
A. Copperfleld . (I . . W. Mill
Owing lo the excellent work of
liorton and Copperfleld as guards
llonnnza was enabled lo keep Mer
rill's scoro down. Bonanza high Is
Flowers for our luncheon
ki.amlitii rmvi:it huoi-
Phono RS9 K34 Main HI
While leghorn. Ilarron-Tancriwl
Strain, from our own stork of proven
merit Per 101) to May 1st. $13.(0;
after fit 00 Order now May wood
poultry Farm, Corning, Cal F-ti M-l
I hate two fin, Iota, adjoining,
close to the business renter of Port
land, for sale, or will trade for Prop
erty or equity In Klamnth Falls
What hnvo youT
FOR SALE SO acres of Improved
valley land: clear; CO acres In al
falfa; on highway; price as low ss
coat of bomesteadlng Tule lJike
lands. Liberal terms.
FOR RALE Fine corner on pave
meiit, close lo While Pelican hotel,
clear Price lower than It will ever
be again. Now Is I he time, to buy.
R O. OROESIir.CK.
American National bank building fl.N
WANTKH K.'"nlr mini Intending
.In uw the oliile MldrT bum wnntu
lo buy vei-ll Im-nlnl I'M on monthly
pMinientN. Mutt appraise lit SI,MH,
AildrfM IVvrvKr, rare llrrnld. 6-tf
Entertainment and supper for all
Mooie, Visiting members Intlted
Thursday night. Feb. 9th. C-U
NEW PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1st
We have had satisfied customers for over
two years. Let us put you on thc satisfied list.
We arc reliable.
HEILBRONNER & REA
Phone 195-J or 239-R
"- J a
Located on Siding and Paved Street.
Inquire of J. T. Ward, Central Hotel
fi"" rfciT"ss Trsirir "Yi
now tied with tho Agency for tint
cup A tiimn will probably bn ar
ranged bntweeii the leiius lo play
off the lie.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I, F. Wlllard of
Filer, Idaho, aro making their homo
In llonnnza at present to bn with
their niece, Miss Nnllln Dryden, who
U leaching In Bonanza again this
The weekly moving pictures hnvo
been started again by Mr. Hatch,
principal of llouunzn high school.
They bring pleasure lo parents n
woll an children, and am well at
tended A J lllckmnn tin bought the
hulel nt llounnin, nnd In future It
will be run umlor bis porsonnl
HOUSE FOR RENT nnd furniture
for sale. Including rang", hrenkfaat
set, chairs and rooking ulenslLi. Call
at 120 Washington HI or phono
I.OKT -Hunduy evening at Klamath
Falls, osVi large leather traveling
bag containing fur rap and other
personal effects Finder plessn re
turn to Herald office for reward. fl-X
PROTECT YOUR IIO.MIJ by getting
your chimney cleaned I will do It
at reasonable prices Jumea titter,
phpjio 370 G.','
Howdy Papl Bring your wife or
somebody else girl and como to Ihn
ladles' night, Moorn ball, Thursday,
Feb, 9th. 0-9
STEAM HEATED rooms fS.r.O per
week. lJirge, well lighted lobby,
shower baths. N winter rates
Central Hotel, J. T. Ward, Mgr. Dtf.
FOR RENT Apartments furnished
and unfurnished Telcphono 343W.
tr vnti want In anil It. hlir It. traila
It. or find It. try a Herald clssslfUd
Lyceum llsll, ror. 8th ft High, welt
suited for select parties, will lie rent
ed at nominal prlcrs. Apply lo M.
Motscbenbachcr, Phono CBOW, or on
rn.rn.mmmm m. .--.y -if-VVVlVTlrVVV-LrVTJTJ-IJTJ l I.