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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1922)
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Th Evening Herald
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Published dslly except Sunday, by
The Hr.rnlrt Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, nt 119 Eighth Stroct.
Entered at tho pnstoffleo ot Klatn
sth' Falls, Ore. for transmission
through tho ma''' ns second-class
MEMIIKU OF THE ASSOCIATED
Tho A loclnti'rt Press I exclusive
ly entitled to tho tiso for publica
tion of nil newu rt1spalct.es credited
to II, 'br not, otherwise crcdltod In
this paper, nnd nlro the local news
MOXllAV, KKIim'AUY SO, inStf
AKTElt reading of business condi
tions In somo of the parol) ngrl
cultural rcctlons of tho country, and
listening to talcs of men who had
visited them In Iho last two years,
tho editor of thn Hor-lil long ago
reached thn concl ,lon that Klamath
county, In common with the rout of
tho Coast, had been more scarr I than
hurl by business depression. Wo nre
Kind to find n confirming diagnosis In
tho following paragraphs from the
Pacific Woodman, wrltUn "by nn op
timist," Wii'ro well over our score,
now that tho regions which were
realty sir arc convalescing, but It
may be good to cousldcr what ailed
u. If thcro's over ' next time" It
may sav n lot of needless worry,
Hero's tho optlmlit's diagnesis:
Whenever I hear a fellow talking
about hard times In any of our nlno
Western slates, It sure ronkes mo tir
ed. There "nln't no such animal" as
hard times In tho West, and If any
body thinks there Is, what alls him
Isn't hard times nt all, It's cold feet.
llccontly I've been hearing about
sorao places In tbcab United States
whero they really hrcro hard times.
Cotton towns, textile towns, show
towns nnd som other kinds cf town,
whero every business man In town
was busted flat by tho drop In price'.
Mnybo that sounds exaggerated, but
jou toko It In a town whero there's
only ono kind of business that
amounts to much, Ilko shoes, cotton,
stool, or anything else, and when that
ono thing goes k.'flesoy It comes pret
ty near busting everybody In town
And then another thine, In those
same towns, wh a tho sbJp cf com
mon Interests ran to tho Iceberg,
do you think It v,n n. c.tvj of every
fellow for hlmio f" i o u think that
every fellev: ih"' ' d a life preserver
tucked away In th form ot a fal
bank balcuro or a wad of llborty
bond got Into ihi cyclone cellar and
waited for the tornado to blow by?
At such tines i that the business
man and tj farmer, tho banker and
tho lawyer and the doctor and the
preacher and t , editor Mood to
gether. The said: "This U no time
to play lone annds. What hak hap
pened Isn't any me fellow's fault. It
Is cvcrjDOly's mlsfouano, so why 'not
pool our resour at.d fight this
thing through? Ana that'j what they
Tiero are town In the East and
.Mld-Wctt today that If old at auc
tion wouldn't bring ten cunt on the
dollar of thelt i lebtedncss. A year
ago they were prosperous. Everybody
was making money and t ndlng It
freely. Wages wcro high. Everybody
was at work, and the principal wcrry
was to find somebody u.at would
taker tho wages and mn'io at lenst a
protonso of earn!" th't.t. And then
ranio tho Icoborg or the cyclone (vote
for one), Hlch mon suddenly 'llscov
i red thoy had nothing that they could
ttmi Into cash. Manufacturer could
n't tell their .stock on baud for
enough to pay overhead and railroad
costs. Tbo banks wero full of notes
that simply couldn't bo paid. The
merchant In town had to cxtond
credits 01 :o out of business, I don't
mean to say that everywhere through
tho Kast nnd Mid-West nil men stood
together liko brothers and comrades.
1'vo heard romo Merles of meanness
and extortion that made mo want to
turn Uolshovlk but they wcro the
cixcoptton. Tho rule, hat been nnd Ik
that tho men of theso towns are
standing together, facing tho storm,
liusted, according to the record of tho
cash) book. Bankrupt, reads tho ver
dict of tho halanrn sheet. Overdrawn,
by tho bank statement. Delinquent
dobtors by tho statement from thn
Jflut men who still have courage
and faith, and determination and In
tegrity, and who stand together,' aro
never down and out. They are Invin
cible. Anil tho spirit that bus written
the' record of the past fow months In
localities where they have really had
bard ilntw, will write tbo splendid
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
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record of returning prosperity in the J
months to come.
And how about tbo nlno Western
states? Well, they are like the child
that comes home from school wher.
everybody clso has tho measles, and
scratches Its arm until It Is red In
spots, and then wants to send for the
doctor. If anything Is the matter with
the West besides cold feet, It Isn't i
mcalcv It's hives, or, gout. Wo've,
On last Thuraday evening, Febru
ary 1C, tho debating team from the
Klamath County high school met the
Ponaniu team at tho Donanta high
The question of debate was. resolv reselv
ed: That the Pnltcd States should
maintain a navy equal In sire and
strength to any rthor country.
The subject was well handled by
both teams, and the audience was
privileged to hear a number ot In
teresting points on the matter under
Tho. negative side, wns handled by
Albert Moorlind and Victor Kcs from
Klamath KnlLs and the afflrmatlva by
Lynn llorton and Clarcnco Welsh ot
The local boys won two decisions.
The Judges wero, J. O. Wight of Hll
dobrand. Wm. F. II. Cbnao and W. It.
Wood of Donanza.
A.ffer the debate a supper consist
ing of sandwiches, cake and coffco
Music for the occasion was furn
ished by Claude Dayton, on tho clari
net, accompanied by Mrs. Hell, pian
Tho letter recently published In
Tho Evening Herald stirred up u
great commotion In tho Mulln sec
tion, A meeting of the parents of all
tho students lit tho high school wus
called by John W. L. Smith, tho
principal. Ho gave n splendid talk on
the situation here and denounced tho
way dancing was conducted ut tho
prarent time. Ho ulso declared that
tho high ftihool and the liquor traffic
could not possibly exist tegnthcr:
that the high school Is proving itself
a greater flnanlcal success than the
other. If only tho public would open
Its eyes to tbu fact,
Tho nutccnio of tho meeting Li that
an organized effort'wlll coon he mad
and war declared on Jlquor and other
vices indulged 'in.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N, Taylor wcro
Klamath Kails visitors Wednesday,
Mr. Taylor remaining In Klamath
Tho Ladles Aid ot tho Presbyter
ian church wcro entertained by Mr.
Durr Wcslbrook and Mrs. N, E.
Woodhouse ut tho home of the latter
on Weduesday Feb, lp. The house
wasprotjUy decorated In hearts and
QlborUBgetlcmV P' fij- Valentino.
THE EVENING HERALD,
T'M A M.4N OF
ucon living too hlglt. What wo need
Is more exercise, moro work, more
houses, more repairs, moro Improve
ments and less Idle money In the
bank, lets talk about hard times,
nnd more active preparations for
What we of the West should worry
about Isn't cyclone or Iceberg, but
tho harvest-field sunshine wherein
men stand Idle.
This was also carried out In tho re
freshments. The usual business meet
ing was held after which delicious re
freshments wcro served.
Those prcjent were: Mcsdames It.
II. and It. C. Anderson, J. A. Drown.
C. Ilowman. J. II. Ilobbs. Davis (I riv
al. Oeo. Thomn, 11. K. Edgar. J. W.
IfniWIna r: U-. ftfflolil. Wlonenl. K.
a ,,nrvoo,,, N F. ,. w. F. j,.
nettc, Fred Peterson, Ceo. J. Walton,
MIm Leta (.rival nnd the hostesses.
Thn next meeting will bo held at the
A prayer meeting was held on
i Tuesday night at thn manko and Ilov
Edgar announces that he will hold n
meeting each Tuosday nvcnlng.
A csrd party was given Friday
evening at the library by tho Library
club. A good crowd was present. Tho
following were hostesses, Mesdamc
It. C. Anderson. J. Dowcy. W. Walk
er. Jas. Stcvor.aon. Clyde Harrows
and John Harmon. . Cards were
played during the evening after
which a lunch was served.
We had so'iie very cold weather
during tho week but Is much warmer
A Valentine party was given Fri
day evening at tho high school. It
was appropriately decorated for the
occasion and tho evening wus spent In
game and dancing. A lunch was serv
ed. Mrs. E. J. Lawrcnco returned Mon
day from a month's visit, In 8nn Fran
cisco with hcr,duughte,r Mrs. C. W.
McDonald. Shn reports n delightful
Visit, visiting old friends In San Joeo,
Saratoga, Tho rold hit that part of
DOIIHIS, Cal., Fob. IS. II. K.
Dally, who for tho past six month1;
has been employed lis pharmacist at
tho Tabor Drug company, has re
signed his position ami departed for
tho mlddlu west whero ho will visit
with his futlicr Dally expects to
spend covcrul days In Chicago and
other metropolitan cities.
Mru. Oludys Atkinson Is visiting
with her sister, Mrs. Alfred Peter
stclncr In Klamuth Falls.
Mrs. Hoy Lutmun and small son
wero pussengors on jentorday morn
ing's train for Chlco, whero thoy will
mukn their homo for some time. Mr,
Lutman Is now employed nt Stand,
ard, California, as n saw flier.
C. A, Webster of tho lumber firm
of Tnrtor and Webster nrrlved last
evening from Sun Francisco for a
bhort business trip. Tarter and Voli-
.iter own tho Associated Lumber and
llox company of this city,
Marry I'oltx, wholesale tobacco and
candy denier of Ktamnlh Falls, spout
Wednesday of this week In Dnrrls
niul vicinity on business
A sudden rlso ill temperature, to
gether with it warm rain Wodiicsdn)
night, precipitated it largo portion of
tho snow Into tho vallejs In tho form
of witter. Tho thaw continued nil day
jestordny wllh tho result that most
of tho hill surrounding gate etld
onco of losing their winter gnib.
Mrs. Ulchiird K Wolff Li rapidly
Improving from tho effects of scarlet
fovor after having boon confined with
tho muhtdv for sotor.tl das
John Siemens Jr , of Klamath
Kails was it business tsltor Saturday.
John Allen, well known stockman
' of San Francisco was a business vlsl-
nor 1-rniay nnti Mtiunint
t name iei.ap itnu son ..ro .. ... -
i land today.
Joseph Fisher of Pan Francisco Is
. ll.tl....l I.IIM lHlUl T
.1 .lllllinilll tlOltV't IIMIHJ
(It. N. Lowlu and Dan florden.
Southern Pacific plumbers? nre In
Maurlco O'Keeto. .sheepman of Mer
rill was a Midland visitor Krlday and
Mlko Quintan and Jim Flood of
Merrill nre hero today helping with
Don Lewis, merchant from Klam
ath Falls was it business visitor Fri
day. John Kndcllffe, stockman of Mer
rill was n visitor at Midland Friday.
He delivered n cnrlo.td of fine steers
to Charlie IM.np.
Jerry O'Connor, sheepman of Mer
rill was a Midland lsllor Tuesday.
Herbert Oeorgo, prominent stork
buyer and wioto4ile man of San
Kranclsco leaves this section for that
placo tomorrow, fieorge says that
most of tho lambs In this part of tho
country aro sold nnd In the hands of
tho butchers. Ho says In fact most of
tho caltle nlso.
John Allen, well known .stockman
was a passenger on this mornings
train to Sin Francisco
Helen Cowglll. of Corvallls. State
rlub leader.- accompanied 'by Frank
Sexton, county club leader. lltod
Houston & Jester
Carrying Shoes of the Hour for the
Tl s Tfsir tn a "?
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W'! KLAMATH FALLS OREGON tttSw I
, V L VHCRE PARTICULAR PEOPLE jj U
rgu&H V BUY THEIR DRUGS Ejrf&lfeS
Midland srhool Krlday. Miss Cowulll
exhibited to tho Midland Hotting club
tho work of other eltih girls gltlng
tho Midland club gltls lit) Idea of
what Uok tho prises nt tiio fair.
Miss Kuapp, club leader of Mid
land, attended tho mooting of local
eluh loaders In Klamath Falls Sitnr
day. She secured tunny pnttorus
which will bo useful for hor club to
use In their work.
Tho Midland store and school wero
closed Thursday In honor of Atlon
It.tvldson's funeral which took pbiro
In Klamnth Falls nt two o'clock ot
(hat day. Alton Davidson was Iho
son ot Mr and Mrs. H 1,. Davidson of
this vicinity and was well know-it and
bolovod by his many friends nnd
neighbor of this place who morn
his loss and untimely death Allon
D.itldsou was born In Kansas, July
ID, issn nnd died In Klamath Vails
Fob 1 1. 1D22 after a brief Illness. At
tho time ot his death ho was tlstllugl
j his sister. Mrs. Woodword. David-
, ex-servlco man. Ho leaves
I ,,. ,,,,.- i.i. .... fti,r ,,.i ,,,,n..,r
and a sister Mrs. Woodward of Khun
F D. Young was a Ktitmnth Falls
W. O. Sherell of Lower Klamath
lake returned hero Friday night from
nn extended visit with rolnthes In
Cl.trkson, 'Idaho. Sherell left hero
In December, lie sas thnt Clarkson
and Lotrlstoti. Idaho have grown wry
much the last few oars
Mr. Walter Kemp and daughter.
Nova Jane wero weok-end visitors
nt tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D
Hooper ot Miller Island.
Ha Hooper of Miller Island Is n
weok-end Inltor nt Klamnth Falls
Mr. nnd Mrs. tloo. Furber and fnm
lly wero Klamath Falls visitors
Mrs. Largeul. who has beoti spend
ing tho winter In Kresno, California,
returned to this place several days
Mrs. H. L. Ilumett nnd daughter
Catherine wero Klamnth Falls visi
Miss Lillian Kuapp was a Klamntji
Falls visitor Saturday.
,Tho wator Is warm nnd nlro warm
dressing rooms nt tho Natntnrium
Como nnd learn to swim. J2fi. F 2S,
l-Oll BAM: Oil THAW Kite tear
old mill i weight about UlftO,
broko to plow , will liihtt $"" or trade
for good milch cow Iminlio Mitrtln
(Iroen rauih, Merrill road. I s -2 f
FOIt KENT - Furnished loom
'Iioiiso with biitli. rhino in I'linno
WANTED Mill mail thlily eai" o
perleuro would llki to get In tomb
with reliable firm ihmmIIiik prurtln.l
man as supoilutondent Itofrrenies
llox m2. Kliiimith Fulls. is Ul
WANTKI) ruttilturo for
iimiM.i it it. nt. iit nt
SALESMAN" Hpeibiliy experlomo
i.r..f..,r...i i.. ...ii v..ii.,...ii.. Lm.i.i,
lino i'f Filling Station Kiiulimiout In
got her Willi Oil mid (inrollno Storage
Outfits to paint hardware and groc
ery stores In local loirlttiry on
ntrnlghi commission basis Lingo nd
toitlslm: campaign now on and )im
aro assured cnmpleto fuctnry m-oper-utlnn.
Large returns assured a man
who li not iifrnld to work Wrlio not
7th Si . sn Framlsui. IS
KOIt SALE - li. nrros nit good liui.l
under cultivation, in acres In nl
fulfil ! miles south K. F , mi Merrill
road Write box tift. Herald. IS
;.tmp rook, no hooter wants work
llox 7, Arcade Hotel s..o
Dodge car for sale In good running
order Prko 1 100 01) Address A C
Olenger. Chlioiiulu, Ore. IS. 2 1
Furnished honso for rout,
.".or. tuit 8t . or phono 2"tSW
FOIl SALE (III TltADK- For rattle,
two good big young mules J A
Thompson run to I. 16-22
.NOTICE POIt PlIILHATIOS I
Not Coul Laud !
DEP.VHTMEXT P THE INTEIIIOli'
V. H LAND OFFICE, at l.akevluw.
Oregon. January 2r. I s a
NOTICE Is hereby glteii that
Eugoiio Smith, of Mulln. Oregon.
who. on April 2d, 1917, made Home
stead Entry, Art or Juno 17. 1'.MI2. No
IK'231. for Ni of NE'l. Section 21. .
Township 41 south, llango 12 ohsI.
Willamette Meridian. Iin, filed notice
of Intention to mnko final three rnr
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
nboto described, befuro C. It. DeLnp.
Clerk of County Court, at Klamath
Falls. Oregui, nn tho 1 3 III day ot
Claimant names ns witnesses'
Charles Slokes It A Fugle. J. II
Mi-Ciillcy. and Joseph L. Jnruhs. all
of Malm. Oregon
(PilhllshM for flvo consecutive
weeks In tho Mumalh Hnnild,'
Klamath Falls, Oregon, I
IL F P Linil
'Jan RO Feb il :t-CO 27
24 Rounds Boxing
SCANDINAVIAN HALL, FEBRUARY 20
M.IX EVENT. Hi KOI NIK III
IIDSS nf Kliuimlli lulls.
:ri,l, EVE.ST. II ItOI'MIS
h, VOP.VO III! K STEVENS
rot II ItOlNIIS KID
TtlFl'V AXHEIISO.V v.
Admission at the
532 Main Street
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
fi fs mmmmmmm
i mmmfm. mm .
Located on Siding and Paved Street.
Inquire of J. T. Wdrd. Central Hotel
iii r ir r
PATRONIZE ONLY RESTAURANTS
FAR TO 0RGAN1?EED LABOR !
Club Cafe, On I f'afe, Peerless Lunch, Whlto Lunch,
flnvoy t;nh,"York Cafe, KaUi "Peel Hull liiimli Koom 1
CULINARY ALLIANCE No. 424
Nuisii desires work, country or
ellv Wry roiisonablu. I. . Ho nil,
Kliiiniith Falls I7-'J,'I
Ft) II fiAI.II- II I Hod roikiirols net-
ting i'UKs, Whlto Leghorn siillliu:
eggs and biiby thicks. Ernest Wnlib,
IVnlral I'oltil, Oin. 10-JT
:HH Main III.
.il'Oll HAI.E-llaby l.tif.K)-
W '.WTi:! I!.s rli mni liiimilli k
I .to uso tbo Mnto n ddl T liinintiin
' t lV ' loiioil lot on monthly
-. ' IlllWIII'lltM. Alllll MIlllllllsO lit Ml.tltlll.
! AddroHs l'hortleo, tins Herald. (1 If
,HAI.i:iMAN WANTED A live wlro
wanted for Kliiiuath cmiiity. by an
i otii lino 1 1 in in. norai lonirini
porlomv unnecessary Address I a.
I Wohli, Hen Agt lli'inl, Ore II-2"'
Whlto Leghorn. Ilairon-Taticreit
Strain, from our own stock of proven
merit Per Hit) to May 1st, 111! Ml;
after III tin Order now Mawonl
poultry Farm, Corning, Pal F-'S M-t
Lyceum Unit. ror. 8lh At High, well
.suited for select parties, will bo rntit-
ed nl nominal prlres. Apply to M.
Motsrhonbacher, I'limui flfiOW, or on
White Leghorn Imby rblcks Ptiro
Tunered strain Males from Inns with
221 to 25S orgs cinular Henry
Kami I. Ciiriilmt. Calif 1 1-28
STEAM HEATED rooms 3 00 per
Week. Lurge. well lighted tnthy,
shower baths ,S'v winter rates.
Cotural Hold, J. T. Ward, Mgr. Ptf.
If you want to sell It. buy It. trndn
It. or find It, try a Herald classified
SOIM V. I Hit PI IILIf.V't ION
Nut ('oat l.utul
DEPAUTMENT OF THE IVII'.lltHK
I'. II LAND Ol-PICE, nl Laketlow.
Oregon. January 2. 1"22
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Joint It MiCiille). nf Mulln, Oregon,
who. nn April 2Cth, HM7. nmilii
Homittonil Entry. Art of Juno IT,
ISHt'.'. Vi. oo3S. for N' of NWvi.
Section 21. Township II South.
Ilnngo 12 east. Willamette Meridian,
tin, filed nntii'o of Intention to mnkp
final threo.yo.ir I'ronf. in establish
rhilm to tho land nhuto ilescrlbiHl.
Iii'foro C It. Del. up t'lerk nf County
Court, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on
the nth dav of March. I!i22
Claimant nam' us witnesses
.1 I. Jac.dis. Chas Stokes, E D.
.smith nnd II A Fugle, alt of M.illn.
Published in Klamnth llernld".
Klamath Falls Oregun. for lltn rnn-
F P LKI1IT. Ilegis'er.
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124 So. 6th St
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