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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1922)
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" THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Qfil By Our Country Editors J
Jake Shaefcr Wins
From Willie Hoppe
(lly lln .mk-IU1 I'rvn)
CiriCAdO, Mnrcli 29 Yoiiiir .tnko
Srlincfor, world's IS. 2 Imlkllno lillll
mil rhumplon, tonlKlit defeated Wll
tin Hnppo, former tltlohohlor, T00 In
106 In tlio first Mock or tlir l."00
SPANISH VETS GROW
Tiu'titj-Klnlil New 'miip Orjinn
lo,l Nlniv July 1, ll-l
CHICAGO, March 29 Twenty
eight now camps of tho I'nltcil Span
lull war veterans have been organli
oil slnco July 1, 1921. Oncar K.
Cnrlstrom, commander-in-chief, nn
nminreil toilny. Illinois, with five new
r.iiupx. hoads tliu list.
Commander Cnrlston hn nsked nil
state rommnnders to Inscstlgntc con
illtloiiR nt soldiers' homes In their
ftntr.i nnd report to national head
At tho 1hi1 nntlonnl encampment
tho eonimaniter has nuthorUcd to ap
point n committee to Inspect the sold
iers' homes hut Commander Carlv
trom has decided to rave the cot of
financing such n committee by plac
ing the duty upon the state commanders.
R. R. MEN TO CONVENE
Open Shop Will IV I'lnclruil Ques
tion IScfotr IlnitlierhiMHl
HOUSTON'. Tex.. Murch 29. The
29th convention of tho brotherhood
of locomotive firemen nml engine
men, to open hero .May 3, will con
sider the question of tho open shop,
that of tho effort for unlveral wage
reduction, and n proposal to develop
tho labor press. It will also consid
er reports of .two conferences In Chi
cago, tho political progressive confer
ence of February 21 and the confer
ence of February 22 between repre-t-cntntlvcs
of tho United Mine work
ers, tho longshoremen, and the rail
road umployes' organizations, to pro
mote closer relations.
ONI! Tl OF Hl'RAIt PltlCK
OF ADMISSION TO STILWII
DOnniS. Calif., March 29. It.
Jones and Floyd Ingram departed
yesterday morning for Alaska,
where they will seek their fortune
at prospecting during tho coming
summer. Jones has been In Alaska
before, and has several claims In
slew which he expects to re-vltlt.
Hoth young men have been employ
ed In local box factories until recently.
Mrs. John I.und I confined to her
bed this week with a slight Illness.
Mrs. V., A. llobb. bookkeeper for
the Dorrls Lumber & llox company.
I.i visiting with her relatives and
friends at Slson.
Thomas Forcum. who for the past
six weeks has been connected with
the local Southern Pacific depot as
express mid mall clerk, ha gone to
Dunsmulr where he will remain In
the employ of the company. The
local office will be conducted by
the agent, S. F. Warren, without
an nsslstnnt for the time being.
Candidates for the coming mu
nicipal election, April 10, are an
nounced by the city clerk. Thoso
running tor tho tour vacancies on
the city board are It. I- Ollser.
VY. 0. Hagelsteln (Incumbent). J.
F. Wist (Incumbent). It. I). Craig
and J. It. Adams. W. I. Sherman
seeks to succeed himself as city
clerk. No candidate has announced
a desire to become city treasurer.
Mrs. Jennie I.ang holds the office
was postponed for the prc-M'iit on ac
count of the death of Sirs. Shuck.
Mr. nml Mrs. . K. WWdlmusn ssero
In Klamnth Falls the past week.
Mr nml Mrs. J. Wl Taylor and
daughter. Miss llee, wire In Klamath
It. C. Anderson, who .recently went
to California, has reticmed. ll re
ports hi grandaughtcr. Miss Kathei
Ine Coin ell to be much imprtised In
Mrs. lUndall of Klamath Fulls has
'oen spending n few dajrt In Merrill
A dance was sjlsen ut tin homo of
tho Sullivan brothers two miles from
Merrill on Friday March 23. A good
sited crowd attended and nn excellent
lunch was served. Somotttlng like $1U
was taken In which Is for the benefit
of the convent In Klamath Falls.
Services were held In the Catho
lic church on Sunday
. Mr and Mrs. I.ee ltrown are home
after n weeks' lslt In Klamath
W. F. Hill Is In Klamath Falls, on
Tho death of Mrs. Shuck came hs a
shock to the entire community nn she
was III only a short time
The large crowd that attended the
funeral testified to tho esteem In
which she was held by her home
town. There were many brain If til
Mr. Kdgar had an lmpreslvo ser
vice. A quartet consisting of J. W.
Taylor. Geo J. Walton. Mrs. Kdgar
and Mrs. Hill sang. All places of
business were closed during tho fun-
Albert Itlchurdsiiti, .Initios ItotlillitK
and I .it wren re (Irltfen wore Htimmon
ed to Klamath Falls on Thursday n-i
witnesses In tho Uoak-IUxon trial.
Dallas (llvau has been having an
other slego of bronchitis nml Is xery
Mrs. Jack Wults spent tho day Fri
day with Mis. (leorgo lloyd
James Owens eauio down to his
Mis. Dallas tllvnii was u Illy visitor
Tito Morgan children wore unable
to tiMoud school one day tho latter
pait of the week on nrnmiii of the
.1 P. Mi'Aullffo has been uxor In
this section for a few iIujh looking
niter business Intercuts heie.
Donald Wlillers leeelxed llm sad
sheep camp at James Wiitls mi Frl-j "'WH " Wednesday of lihuiuotlmr'H
ilealli utter u Jiilof llltiotttt. Ills par
onts live In Washington
uMIhh Unlit ami Helen Cnmbell are
slaying with Mis. Koodv while Mr
and Mm. Cnmbell me In Klamath
Falls with their son Drew, who un
derwent mi titration nt the (Hack
hum hospital on Tuesday for append.
Icltls It was n very serious operation
uiiid he Is slowly ImprinliiK.
Miss Louise Howard was III the
day This high water Is about to wash
the camp away, he miss.
Hlnier Jones xvho has been work
ing ut tho Hamaker-I'arker saw mill
lu Swan U-ske for some time return
ed to Illy tho latter part of the week
Johnnie Drlsroll was silpoeuaed on
the Hon k-1 1 1 miii trial and went to
Klamath Falls on Friday's stage.,
Fred Siiodderly who Is looking af
tor C W Warren's sheep at the Jus
Hell ranch made a trip to the War-! "r!,t ' the week with ttuullltU.
ren ranch on Friday. James (Ilsuii Is out from Klamath
Shorty Morgan Is taking care of , "'' I visiting with his two sous who
I.. A. IllrluirdscnV stock while he Is llv" h""' ' looking after his slock
on court duly. Interests lu this section.
The big run of mullet or suckers i
are coming up the river now. They! CHILOOUIN '
sav there Is u big run of them thls
I M M......I..A.. ... .1... ,l.ll I..
onr. : M.'nim'u in hut i iiiiiHjuni
Miss Jessie lloxd who has been out "inner company, was oxer rroni
of school for the past week and a half, '"l' '" business this la,t week,
on account of nn nttack of appeiidlclt-j " M- Anderson left yesterday
Is. had another attack on Friday and f" Klamath I'.iIIk, where ho will
her parents started with her to KUm- r''l" fl'w Ik ' business,
utn Falls on Saturday, where she Mr. and Mrs. Ziuuwall, Mr. and
will hxe an operation at an early I Mr Kills Viifitiim and Mr and
,lm,,, 'Mrs. John Viirnum uttoitiled "Way
Mr and Mrs Clarence Wallls spent J "own Hast" at tho Chllonuln thea
Sumlay with Mr and Mrs. O. W. 'ire Friday from their homes nn
oximlng. Annum the jiuimIi worn
Oralle Coiblli of t'hlloiulll, tliu
Cartwrlght boys nud Itnbeil tlrlffln
from I'luo llldge. The evening was
Npeut In playing cards and conver
sation, Mr (leliiKer and family Intend In
leave soon for Alnnmilit, California.
wheio they will louwilu for a while
Mm fair of Kluliiatli I'iiIIh Ih
line on a slslt Willi her mm, Carl
On nrrouiil of heavy inlini llm
panl week llm imow nil II141 mil
rouiulluK hllla has iiluunt tll:ti
Lucian hnougrass and vxunam; PraJ Tllo (amy nppreclato the many
Haymond have moved their faml-, vindnessei shown them at this Hmo.
lies t0 Topsy. where the two young, Mr nm, M u. j. sheets of Klam
men will engage In cutting wood for.aln yMt wcro jn Morrm Saturday to
Marlon High of Dorrls. attend the funeral of their old friend
Hay Iinodcs wag a Mamam j-ans.an,i neighbor. Mrs. Shuck
visitor one day this week
H. J. Goff. manager for the As
sociated Lumber & Hox company,
spent one day this week In Klam
ath Falls on business.
A. II. McDonald was In town
from the J. F. ranch yesterday at
tending to matters of business.
Mrs. Margaret Kerwln has her
postotflec equipment installed and
ready for occupation as soon as she
Is authorized to relieve the present
postmaster. Mrs. Kerwln re
cently appointed for a four-year
One cup of sugar will be tho
price of admission to tho Strand
theator for children next Saturday
afternoon at tho "sweet matinee."
"l-ast Saturday at tho 'egg matlnco'
thlrty-ono and one-half dozen kids
brought lu thirty-one and one-half
dozen eggs," said Ted White, man
ager of the theatre. Tbo proceeds
eo to aid tho strikers' ooup kitchen.
IlKIl rilOSS SKKKS TWO
Walter Manuel Darber and Mat
tie May Darber, who are believed
to hax'o lived here, are being sought
by tho Kcd Cross. Persons know
ing their whereabout should notify
the Kcd Cross or Mlsa Lydla Frlcke,
t omity health nurse.
SANTA IIAIUIARA, Cal.. March
29. Arrangements are already un
der way here for the big rodeo to be
held lu this city on the Fourth of
July. Several surrounding towns have
been Invited to participate.
Say It with flowers. Flowers for
nil occasions. Klamath Flower Shop.
234 Main St. Phone CS9. 29
FOIt IlKNT Furnished and unfur
nished upartment close In. Phono
FOR HAI.K A good logging outfit
In A-l condition, S ton truck and
S'4 ton trailer at half price. Ilox 383,
FOIt HUNT Furnished ono
cabin. 741 Walnut.
Itoyal Arch Masons Special convo
cation, Klamath chapter No. 35.
Thursday evening, March 3u, 1922.,
7:3u p. m. in (bolr hull, 409 Muln
St. over Golden Jtulo store. Visiting
tompuulouu welcome, J. 1'. Hratton,
Miss Zena Mao Dltlard and Clydo
Darks wero married Friday. March
17 In Klamath Falls, Miss Dlllard Is
a daughter of Mrs. Dlllard, teacher of
tho primary department of tho Mcr
rll schools. The brldo was a student
In Klamath county high school until
Christmas. Since then sho has at
tended the high school at Merrill
where sho was a popular student. Tbo
groom is the Jon of Win. Darks, pion
eer farmer of the Lone plno district.
They will reside on the Darks
ranch a few miles from Merrill. They
hare the best wishes of a host of
friends for a long and happy mar
ried life. Friday night a crowd went
out in a hay wagon and gave thorn
a charivari. Games wero played and
later In tho ovenlng refreshments
were scrxed. Those going were, Mrs.
Dlllard, mother of bride, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Holbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt
Turner, Misses Ileitis. Mctskln. Lus
by. Halls, Griffith. Messrs Joe and
Arthur nramhall. Fred Simmons,
John Turner, Tom Turner. Harold
and Will Hill. Otis Metskcr. Lyle
Merrll. Iloy Stephenson, Clarence
Woodhouse and Chas. Stuko.
Mrs. I.ou Story who has been &e
celvlni: surgical treatment In Klam
ath Falls has returned to her homo
2'A miles northwest of Merrill.
llr. and Mrs. A. Welnert, who haru
been living on tho Perry Whltnoy
placo tho past winter, have moved
to Klamath Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hasklns and
family have returned from a visit
with Mrs. Hasklns' parents In Grants
Harry Feltz of Klamath Falls was
a Merrill visitor during tho woek.
A social was hold In Merrill hull
Wednesday evening. It was a stormy
evening and only a small crowd was
out, but thoso attending spent a
pleasant evening In playing games
etc. Mr. Kdgar plans to bavo these
socials every month, which are to be
Mrs. R. II. Anderson spent Wed
nesday In Klamath Falls as tbe guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Martin, who have recently returned
from spending tho winter In Califor
Mr. and Mrs. HI Fraster were
Klamath Falls visitors on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Anderson o
Klamath Falls spent Sunday In, Mer
rill. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Wlshard of
Klamath Falls spent Sunday with
Mrs. WjUhard's sister, Mrs. Chas!
MIbs nida Offleld, one of the
teachers In tbe Klamath public
schools, was also In Merrill for Sun
day. The card,party to have been given
by the Merrill library club Friday
Stnkel and Offleld recently shipped
several carloads of cattle.
Klmcr and Chas Stukel droro tho
catto to the railroad.
Ratcllff and Offleld bought n fine
steer In the Malln country. It wolgh
ed 1750 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ilenllnc of
Klamath Falls spent Sunday In Mer
rill. Orln Dlllard has been out of school
on account of sickness.
Howard and family.
Word has been received from l.ako
vlew that Mrs. W. II. Casnbeor wus
seriously III with complications of
Influenzn and tonsllltls.
Mr nnd Mrs Arthur Hnmnker and
Mrs. James Kds.ilt made u trip to
Klamath Falls on Sunday where they
were called ns xvltnesses.
Little J. C Humaker Is staying
with Mr and Mrs. W T. (iurreti dur
ing the absence of his parents.
J. O. Ooldthwalto of the Mndiic
Lumber rompauy nrrlxed honiii yes
terday from San Francisco, xvhere
he has been for n few weeks.
Mr. und Mrs. Joe Jackson spent
Sunday afternoon with the Ander
i l Heldrlch spent a few days
In Klamath Fulls lust week. (
delightful evening was Ment
at the Anderson ranch Saturday
Mr and Mrs. Jack Watts visited
Mrs, Kmma Ke.idy In Illy on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon were
visiting and trading in Illy on Mon
day. Klmcr Laurey was attending to
business In Illy on Monday.
Victor Miller, who has been work
ing In Ijingcll Valley for the past few
months returned to Illy the first of
tho week to visit with friends hern
for a short tlmo beforo going to
Yroka where bo expects to take up
Friends of Harold Thurston will
bo glad to learn that he Is able to
be back on tbo stage again after his
Illness of a couple of weeks,
Mrs. James Owens bus moved
from Illy where she has been fur the
past few months with Miss Ilarbaraj
who attends school here, llarbara Is
staying with Mrs. Heady for the re-1
malnder of tho term.
Friends and relatives wero delight
ed to hear on Wednesday that Mr
and Mrs. Philip 'Peters wero tho
proud parents of u fine baby girl.
Little Mury Dixon has been ill the
past few days.
Sykcs Hamakcr made a business
trip back to Klamath Falls tho first
of the week. Ho Is not fully recovered
from his recent Illness.
Andrew Murphy mado a business
trip to Lakexiew on Thursday.
A FlttiMM cartrri Wtdfeg Rfef (m
Tayabletl.OOdoxx-n; $1.00 a week
"Bridal Blossom and Platinum" put
Into the hands of Master Craftsmen hart
been wrought .into thing of. beauty
breathing happiness:- 7 -
Bring In your Gold Wedding Ring am
wewillcovcr name with a liberal sheet ol
PUtinum, and carve the entire Ring with
Ilridal Blossoms, band carved in the thra
cornered effect with sides aad (op kaad
Fayablotl.oodown; f 1.00a week
Joe Rings 2ymm wide. Wider Band in
tsmportioo; estimates) cheerfully furnished.
We preserve inscription oa iatide of
We are direct reprcsenUUrea of a large
eastcra Factory, hence above special price.
They put the same skill and workmanship
into tail work aa they ghra tfiak solid
Hatiaua Wedding Riop. "
W. C. Davenport
The homo of tho noif-dlvorco lucky
wedding ring. Official watch In
spector for the S. P and O. C, & K.
Honest Work at Honest Prices
Vii 8, HUth flt,
WHEItK KVKUVItODY fiOKfl-
IIOMK OF Till-: IIODKI.NSON Ft'ATUUK8
E. K. LINCOLN
A Utle of the Southland and its
stiff-necked aristocrats teem
ing with red-blooded action and
100 per cent pure Americanism.
Written and directed by V. Christy Cabanne
In Six Thrilling Acts
Tomorrow, COUNTRY STORE NIGHT
Hazel Dawn and Bert Lytell in "The Lone Wolf"
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
Can You Beat It?
ji selling GENUINE AUTOSTROP SAFETY
RAZORS at the unheard-of price of
U'k Model O nnd consists of a lth! AUTOHTItOl' H.U'KTV
ItAZOII packed In a velvet-lined, metal caso, with uxtra
hlades und a selected leather htrop, und nil for ai.OO.
Just think or It thlM Is tho famntiH ADTOHTKOI1 HAKKTY
HAOIt that Is nationally advortlsed und universally used.
It strops Its own blades, hIiuvoh und cleans without takliiK
upart, und Is udjustlnK to the extent that you can got u
cloo, medium, or roiiKli shuvu ut your plcusure.
A head-liarlmr shavo Is youm for tho unking. No wuUIiik
no charge no tips.
Our supply is limited. Only onn can bo sold to u customer,
mi It's fr'IKHT CO.Mi:, llltHT HUHVKD
WSL, KLAMVTH FALLS OREGON wSl
V WHERE PAKTICUtAH PCOL tfl
LEuJnTvM UV THEIR DRUGS UaftfftlJVI
Kcqtiiro April rings, if they
haven't already received
one the kind that means
,o much to them for the
balance of their lives. No
matter what you want to
spend for that solitaire, wo
have one to suit both you
and her. Come in and see.
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620 MAIN ST. ,
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discriminating, hostess H I
i serves I j If
Folgcrs ' '
, Golden Gate III
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lion or for after iliiiner tm
service, you may Ik; sure tlut
)our coffee wilt lc"nlit" - fl
if it's Folder's Golden Gate. II
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