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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1922)
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V. H. HOLXK....KMtor and Publisher
H. R. mt.U. City Editor
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Klamath Fall, at 118 Kighth street
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TUKSIWY, AlMtlli 1H, lt23
The ranchers In this section nro be
ginning to wonder If spring has for
gotten la come this way. Unless wo
Bet warmer weather soon wo will nil
bo wondering where our eatable will
We understnnd the roads In Pop
ralley are the worst ever seen at
this time of year.'
Mr, and Mrs. O. K. Hunt nnd wife
wrro visitors nt tho county seat Sat
. . . , ,. un naiuruiiy i w. nnr
0. M. Klrkpatrlck nml daughter.. a ,)lmch n ,,,, ff
llcth and KlUa and tt. A Layman Vm ,,
wen, Merrill visitors Saturday. o
SOME folks believe what they
want to believe.
If ton roiponslblo cltliens, of
proved integrity, would go to the
nearest notary, and tnko solemn
Mrs. John Mskey has returned
home after spending a few weeks
with her mother near San Francisco
Mrs. A. Turned of KJamnth Falls
spent a few days last week visiting
her daughters, Mrs. Llda Klrkpatrlck
and Mrs. Emma Wilson.
F. W. McManus, wife nnd children
Elliabcth, Estent, Dorothy and Wit-
Arthur Itnmaker nnd Mrs. J. 0,
Edall on Tuesday.
Mrs. James Hell visited Mrs Mar
vin Cross on Tuesday.
Mrs. James Hell visited the school
Sykes Hnmnker made it trip to
Ilonntisa on Friday.
Mr. Clarence Wallls spent the
day Friday with Mrs. W. T. Oar
rett. l.lttlo Marry Obeiichaln was n
Illy visitor on Saturday.
On Saturday C. W. Warren
Frankle Obenrhnln has been out
jof school all eek on account of
Jean Dixon. Helen Campbell. Dor
othy WntU and Walter Morgan
were all out of school from the pri
mary room on Friday en account of
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oath that the mayor of this city ltim fred of Mamam tarn were isuors
honorable man; that his private life nt J. I., Halley's Sunday and Monday.
Is exemplary: his public acts hon-1 Mrs. Roll Klrkpatrlck has returned
est, nnd their results efficient and
conducive to the general welfare
would they carry weight In quar
ters from which the mayor has In
We venture to say they would
rocolto scant attention.
Hut n paid spy, Irresponsible to
any save thoso who hire him. having-
no fixed plow of abode, with
no known repirtntlcn, makes an
affidavit besmirching tho character
of the city's chief executive, and
presumably Intelligent cltlxtng pro
fess to bcllevu It.
We will not degrade our own
self-respect by attaching ono shred
of weight to testimony In which
there such reason for perjury.
Wo believe In the fundamental
Christianity and Justice of this com
munity too greatly to think that
many or our neighbors will give
ear 'to the attack upon Mayor
It Is unfortunate that a public
official, because he has done his
duty, should have to defend him
self from accusations from such a
It makes It bard to secure high-
minded men cf Independent mind
to stand for public office, at a time
when we sorely need the most calm
and resoluto leadership.
It la an Injustice to the Individ
ual against whom tho charges are
brought; but It Is a far graver In
justice against the future welfaro
of the community.
from her visit at Merrill to her home
here with her daughter, Mrs. W. A.
Layman. Wo are sorry to noto that
she Is In quite poor health.
The school at Shasta View will give
an entertainment at tho school houso
Friday evening, April 21. A small ad
mission will bo asked to defray ex
penses of costumes for tho play.
A most pleasing Easter program
was given at the I'nion high school
building at Malln Sunday afternoon
Mrs. Macken had charge of the pro
gram assisted by Mrs. Hannon and
others. Children from tho adjoining
districts nnd tho Sunday school from
Shasta View took part and they all
deserve much praise considering tho
distance somo llvo from Malln umj
the limited rehearsals. Rare musical
talent was shown among the young
ladles and wo must mention the
sweet solo sung by baby Mullenex,
four years old, who did not miss a
not from start to finish. Charlie
Dobry, cornotfst nnd Raymond Van
Meter, violinist assisted In the chor-
! uses which was highly appreciated by
all. It Is hoped that this Is only the
beginning of other programs given
by the children and young people.
nORIllS, Calif,, April IS Mer
rill Evans, one of the oldest sur
vivors of the group of early pio
neers w-ho penetrated the wilderness
to Siskiyou county In find homes,
died at his homo here Sunday night
following n gradual decline duo to
his extremo ago of S3 years. At
Ills bedside were his two sons nml
two daughters, Mrs. Jennie l.ang,
Mrs. tleorge Otto. Charles Kmuh
and Williams Evam, and bis wife.
who also was ono of the early pio
neers to this country.
Merrill Kvaus had been active In
many business enterprise Influen
tial In the development of Dorrls
nnd vicinity, t'ntll a few years ago
he was president of the Ilutto Val
ley bank, and nl the time of bH
death was one of the directors of
that 'institution. During his many
long years of activity ho nccumu
lated not only worldly wealth, but
a host of friends who mourn his
passing. The remains will be laid
I'lntit Near Chlloluln Operating on
Work resumed yesterday morning
nt the Spraguo Ittver lumber company
sawmill, on Spraguo river six miles
from Chtloquln, with SR men employ
ed. Tbn mill Is opeiiitlug at about
threefold lbs of Us capacity or lit,
000 foot dally and on a nliin-hnur
basis. J. M, 1 1 ed ford, a member of the
firm, said that the only slortnge on
men was In tunihcr pliers.
Tho t'lillnnuln Lumber company
mill nt Cblloiiulii hns not resumed, as
was reported here today The only
work underway, It was learned, Is
Tho Shaw-llortrant sawmill Is con
tinuing on a 10. hour bails with ar
men iuiplo)fd, according to J It.
Sp.'dal linn of Spurt, School and Ores, Hats fur Collegiate
nnd High Helmut girls tbn bobbed linlr Miss In small new
Styles and proper-fitting benil site.
i the storm.
....v. nu.ei nneisumo was out in ,0 ro(lt , ho ,on, 0,.totery
scnool on Friday on account or the
A social dance was given at the
community hall, on Saturday night
It was not largely attended on ac
count of some slckue.vi and others
being nway, 'but all reported u
J. S. Watts was attending to busi
ness In lll en Friday.
(leorge lloyd drove to llonnnta
TO DEPICT HISTORY
Children of Riverside School Plan
Pngennt of Early Klamath li)s
Pupils of the Riverside school on
Friday afternoon will stage a pageant
of early Klamath history, depleting
the early days In thl territory
plan adopted by the city
schools for study of early Klamath
Captain O, C Applegnlo. W A
Deltoll, nnd E. M. Chllcnte are among
the speakers who are appearing nl
Supremo Coiut Affliin l-'oimer
Circuit Judge In Twi fuses)
SALEM, April U. Tho supreme
court toilin decided two Klamath
county rnses affirmed former Circuit
Judge Kitykendall In the cane of A
K Yoden versus A Kinney and Lena
llarkhurst, appellant The suit wmt
to determine title to properly. The
court also afflimcd Kuykendall lu Hie
rase of John llrowu, appellant, versus
Thiimas Drake and others, a Mill
arrlsing mi' of settlement of an es
lure; yon can get thl famous old
recipe Improved bv tbn uiiiiitinn ..r
other Ingredients at a small cost, all
ready for use. It Is culled Wvelli's
Snge and Siiulpbur Compound, This
ran always bo depended upon to
bring back the natural color and lus
tre lu your Imlr
Everybody use "Wyelhs Huge and
Sulphur Compound" now because It
darkens so naturally and evenly thai
liidindy can tell It has been applied
You simply dampen u oiiko (,r soft
brush with it nnd draw this through
tbn linlr. Inking one small strand nl '
a time, by morning the gray hair tins
disappeared and after anolbtir nppll
entlon It becomes beautifully dark
and appears gloiiy mid lustrous
Lei's have a smokeless summci
$50 LIMBS $75
Legs, Anus, Unices, Arch Support
WM. II. KI.'I.I.V CO.
Mill li-'nil Ml. Oakland, fill If.
Dyspepsia Soon Disappear
25,000,000 Bstllst SU
CHURCH NO ISSUE
ANTI-CATHOLIC feeling Is be
hind tho cppoiltlon'lo the re
election of Congressman X, J. Sin
nott In the Second Congressional dis
trict, the Eastern Oregon district. As
a congressman Slnnott has made good
In u manner that Is peculiarly satis
factory to his constituent, and be
sides that, he has attained a standing
In Congress that has caused him to be
dlscused extensively as of cabinet cal
iber. Tho only criticism against Sln
nott Is that he Is, or is supposed to
be, u Catholic. So the Kn Klux Klan
and all of the old-time antl-Catbollc
organizers are busy.
Jamei II. (Iwlnn of Pendleton, a
strong candidate because of his ex
cellent reputation for energy and en
terprise, Is the opposing candidate
and has this untl-Catholle backing.
Hut theru nro too many people In
Eastern Oregon who aro indifferent
as to a man's religion, believing It to
bo his own business, for the anti-Sin-nott
effort to attain any formidable
proportions. In spite of his great pop
ularity. It Is doubtful whether Owlnn
can carry his own home town against
James Harvey Oraham of linker, a
Tcalty operator. Is us usual after the
democratic nomination. Ills natno Is
getting somo good advertising us u
result of his regular running for Con
gress, io much so that if Eastern
Oregon should ever go democratic in
a landslide Oraham might get to bo
congressman for a term.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parker were
in town in their car on Monday.
Miss Louise Howard visited Mrs.
Clarence Wallls Monday.
Howard Thurston Is still driving
between B!y and Lakevlew, but
there Ij a new driver on In Harry
George Doyd helped Jack Watts
do some branding on Tuesday.
Mrs. Clarence Wallls ha, been
helping In tho poitofflce tho past
Pat Collins made a trip tn Keno
Springs tho past week for E. W.
Whetstone. He had to go by way
of Ileatty and Bonanza to make tho
trip by wagon, making something
like 48 miles to get 18.
Mrs. Dallas Olvan spent u couple
of days the first of the week with
Mrs. Marvin Cross.
C. W. Warren moved bis cattle
from Walter Campbell' ranch,
where they have been feeding, to
his own place Wednesday.
James Owens moved his cattle
to the range from James Watt s
ranch on Wednesday.
lira, .uarics iumjr iiucu ai .
tho schools this week to recount
historic facts nnd legends In order!
to axslat tho children lit their studies
SCHOOL FUND RICHER!
III Treasury When
dieted Men Jump IUII
on Saturday to meet his wife and, tllrollKi, personification of
uaugnter. wnti na.i come out Hint , ,.,,;..,. ti.u , n
ur iruiu rviainuin rails on ineiwtn tni,
stage. He returned home Sunday
with th family.
Mrs. Emma Keddy and little Ivy
lloyd spent the week end with Mr
and Mrx. Jack Watts
Albert Richardson was visiting lu
Illy on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Olvan. Mr
and Mrs. Clarence Wallls and small
sou and Harris and (Hen Parker
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs
Earl Walker on Sunday.
Mrs. Louisa Howard has glvm up
her position at the pool hall.
Little Ima Jean Cross spent sev
eral days the latter part of the
week with her aunt, Mrs. Dallas
Mrs. W T. Oirrett spent Sunday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Hamaker.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hell spent
Sunday with Mrs. noil's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon and
family were In lily on Sunday .
Amos Lundy was a Illy visitor
Friends of Charley Scott Warren
will be ghd to know ho is no able
to Hit up In a chair, and Is getting
along nicely from hi wound.
A. J. Jacnlcke, supervisor of tho
beetle camps In the Illy unit, arriv
ed from Klamath Falls on the
stage on Friday, and Is looking tho
territory over before establishing
camps. He rodo out on the Lake
view stage on Saturday to the Lake
county line, and In looking over
that section thought he would he
able to establish a camp near th
Owens ranch within u few day.
Miss Ilernlco Howard spent tho
week end at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. James Hell.
iffllPUl DlPlf IPUlI
HUB MP Oil
Klamath county's school fund
was mado 400 rlcher yeserday by
the turning over of the cash balls
of (leorge Snyder and Jim Davis,
J 250 and tlSU respectively. The
men wero Indicted by tho grand
Jury for running a gambling place.
Ilotb had entered a plea of guilty
by their attorney, as they were not
required to uppeur In person In a
misdemeanor case, but both "Jump
ed" their ball and left for parts
Ituh pnln from IxicU wild small trial
bottle of old "Si,
532 Main Street
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
When your back Is sore nnd lame
or lumbsgo, sciatica or rheumutlsm
has ou stiffened up, don't suffer'
(let a small trial but lie of old, hon
est "St. Jnrobs OH" ut any drug
store, pour a little In ur band mid
rub It right on our aching back
and by the time you count fitly, the
soreness and lameness Is gone
Don't stay rrlppled' This soothing
penetrating oil needs In be used only
once. It lakes the pain right out and
ends the misery. It Is magical, yet
absolutely harmless nnd doesn't burn
Nothing else stops lumbago, srla
tlca, baekacbu or rheumutlsm so
promptly It never disappoints'
BLY MAN DROPS DEAD
A. Vnndegeer Expires ut Oorrett
lUnrli Follow log Hearty Supper
A. Vundcgeer, 72,"a resident of the
Illy country, dropped dead at tho
Tom Currctt ranch near Illy follow
ing a hearty supper last night. Death
was duo to acute (Halation of the
Vundcgeer had been working on . That beautiful, even shade of dark,
ranches near Illy and was well known "I""? hlr ran nnIy ,)0 "i1"1 bJr J)r',w1
HiK u mixture 01 nugti iru unii nui
phur Your hair Is your charm. It
lirmiiinioilier'N llM. to Hi lug
Hark Color nnd Lustre
I.VTEVriOXS OK CIVIC LK.WiCK
(Continued from rage 1)
SIX SPECIAL ACTA AT
HTRAM) THEATRE TONIGHT
Six big special acts, a riot of fun,
will murk amateur night at tho
Strand tonight, in uddlttou to which
will appear Henry It. Walthall In
"Tho noomerang," u picture replete
Wednesday night will be shown
"Ono Shot Ross," with Roy Stewart
In tho stellar rolo.
Prevent forest tire It pays.
the home cf Mr. and Mrs
Campbell on Wednesday.
Mrs. Walter Campbell returned
to ber home from Klamath Falls
on Tuesday. She left little Ruth'
with her mother, so sho could be I
under tho doctor's caru for a while.
Glen Parker has given up bis po
sition as clerk at the Illy Mercan
tile company, and expect to take
a position ut the Hamaker-I'arker
saw mill at Swan Lake.
The lily Rodeo association held
a business meeting on Tuesday,
April 11, to discuss tho possibili
ties of putting on a show for Yreku,
California, on July 4. It wan unan
imously decided to take tho show
there provided they and Yreku
could comu to terms.
George Noble of Langell vulloy
spent a few days this week In
Sprague River valley gathering up
the Lester Ilixcn horses, which ho
purchased from him, leaving for
his homo with narnu on Thursduy.
C. W. Warren purchased hay
from O. W. Howard to feed his
stock for u short time longer be
fore turning them out,
Arlett Kdiiull spent a few days
visiting at the Owens ranch this
week, returning home on Saturduy,
Mrs. W. T. Garrett visited Mrs
Walter! matters, and, all talked freely.
Ills impression of what the mayor
; said along the line suggested was that
citizens should co-operato with offl
! clals In enforcing tho lawn and that
the executlvo officer was often pow
erless to enforce tho law fully with
out the co-operation or the people
Don't let a blaze from your match
start u blaze In tho forest.
In that section. County Coroner Whit
lock said he wus unable to find trace
of any relations.
The funeral was to have been held
at Illy this afternoon.
A smoking match carelessly thrown
may mean a smoking forest.
ANTLER. Calif., April 18. Cul
ture of strawberry vines Is becom
ing an Important Industry In this
mountainous section. Over 1,000,
000 vines have been shipped this
year to central California points,
local growers state, und plans uro
under wuy for doubling tho produc
tion next year.
. Livestock needs grass ami water,
forest fires mean an end of both.
makes or mars the fure. When It
fades, turns gray or streaked, Just
nn application or two of Sagn and
Sulphur enhances Its nppcuranco n :
Don't bother to prepare the mlx-
Friday, April 21
"One Big Time"
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
A DANGEROUS TIME OF THE YEAR TO GO HOME
ARE YOU DOING
HOME THI3 TIME
HAEP AT THE
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HOME TO RELAX
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