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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1922)
WKDNTODAY, APRIL , 1022
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
By Our Country Editors
Jjtfnon vs. IdiRC-ion
Formal order of dismissal was
signed by J ml go Stono thin morning
In tho dlvorca case of Justin 8.
ugnlnsl Mahcl Itgcson. which was
tried In tho circuit court yesterday.
lltrli'll v. MiMipor, rt nli
Order permitting thn defendant's
attorneys In withdraw from thn r
ronM pxhthlt two ds offered hy J. II.
Mllchrll at tlu Inking of Ills deposi
tlon, wns signed hy Judge Stono t tilt
morning In thn $100,000 damage ac
tion now ponding In tho courts by
Mitchell wiliist Marshall Hooper and
thn First Male llnnk.
Order permitting the filing of
amended complaint was signed by
Jinlii Slonn this morning In the cue
of O. It. lleyrlo against CHkur Hither,
Involving about $.1300 alleged to ho
dun lleyrlo from Ilubcron account of
road contract work done, nml which
ha not yet been paid. Tho order of
tho court permitted Heyrlo to amend
Ills complaint by adding the names
of C. A. Dunn and James llakcr, as
co-defendants In the action.
Humphrey vs. Sprsgue Hirer
In the damaga action of Iran Lee
Humphrey agalnit the Spraguo river
lumber company tho court sustained
n motion filed by Humphrey's attor
neys requiring tho defendant lumber
company to h6w what money was
paid hy the State Industrial accident
commission to Humphrey, as they
alolgcd In their answer to Hum
ELKS' DAY ON MAY 18
Prtclfh- CAt Ixxlgrs Will rarlicU
pale In I'nKipt'rlty iVwk
1)0111118, Col., April 2fi. AY. O.
HiiRclstcln. cnshlcr of the llutto Val
ley Stnto bank, spoke beforo the local
high school students Friday morn
ing on the subject of fire prevention
and other kindred subjects. This
week has been designated by the gov
ernor os flro prevention week.
V. IV Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. H. V.
Mitchell and V. (1. HageNtrln are In
Yreka for a few days attending to
C II. Clayton Is exported home
from Sun Kranclseo this ecnlng.
C II. Hunt, maintenance man for
the llurroiights Adding Machine com
pany, was In Dorrlt Monday repairing
and cleaning machines for the vari
ous business houses.
Charles llernath, n farmer from the
Oklahoma district, was n buslnc.M
Niter In town yesterday.
Mr. S. P. Warren, who has been
visiting with her son Dr. Oerard K.
Warren of WVod. returned home last
Mr. and .Mrs. C, J. I-alrd arrived
homo from a short visit at Medford
Oeorge Wentne, agent for the N'ew
York Life Insurance company, was
In this territory over the week-end.
Miss Marguerite I-alrd Is spending
a few weeks with her parents on the
farm near Mt. Dome.
Mr. and Mrs. William Warden and
Grant Ilow0 from Klamath Falls
ttcro callers at tho James W. Jory
Mrs. Harry Qulnfby and her sister,
Mrs. ltntph Morrow from Ktamuth
Kalis spent Wednesday with Mrs. J.
J. W. Jory was a Klamath K.ills
Thn foliowing are on the roll of
honor for the month ending April 21 :
Ida Del Fatll, Mary Del FattI, Mtith
ew Del Fattl and Catherine and Will
Thn visitors for tho month were:
Frank Sexton. Klamath Falls; .Mrs.
I.argenl, and ll.i Hooper, ami Mr and
Mrs. Homer Depuy.
Tho children of thn Midland school
cleaned tip tho school grounds last
ltosroo I.nrgont from Klamath
Falls was a Midland visitor Friday.
hows, Wrltn 1,
O. Ilox 20 ,
If you uro going to build let mo
figure on your lumber bill. Can save
you money. J. .v. Uramhall, son win
ters' llldg. l'linno H'JJ. 26-28
I'ORTLAND, April 26. Thurs
day, May IS, Is to be the big day
of Elks' Prosperity week. May IB
to 21. (Jrand Marshal John It.
Hubbard has announced that on
that date will tako place the mon-
Kter parade of uniformed fraternal,
military and civic bodies, headed
by the famous Elks' band, drill
team and drum and bugle co'ps.
All Pacific coast lodges have been
Invited hy Marshal Illbbsrd to par
ticipate In tho parade. A cash
prlxo of $100 will be given the
lodge with tho largest number of
participants, coming tho greatest
dlstanco and escorting tholr queen
wh will tako part In tho "Pageant
of Peace, Progress and Prosperity,"
which will he staged each evening
at tho Municipal auditorium.
Thn festival commission has been
notified that railroads will grant
open excursion rates; during the
week from nil points lu Oregon,
Wakhlngton, and from hewlston,
Idaho, to Portland of a faro nnd
one-half for tho round trip,
selling dates will m May 17
19, return tickets good until
22. Thorn tickets may bo
chased hy tho general public.
AKIUNGK FOR (IIAlTAlQfA
W. S. Slough was chosen to head
the Ellison -Whlto Chautauqua
guarantors at a meeting Monday
night. E. M. Chllcote was elected
secretary and o'scar Sltlvo secre
tary. These officers constitute an
executive committee which will ap
point a ticket committee. Tho aid
of tho women's auxiliary of the
chamber of commerce will bo asked
by the committee. The Chautau
qua will bo held on Pine between
Sixth and Seventh.
W. C. T. V. FOOD SAI.K
Tho local W. 0. T. U. will hold ;
rooked food sale, on Saturday, April
29, at Endcra' grocery store begin
ning at 10 a', in.
Tho proceeds will go to tho Child
rent)' Farm liomov This homo Is non
sectarian nnd any homeless child will
bo admitted. All wishing to help the
causa along may do so by leaving
donations at Kudors' storo Saturday.
The dance at Midland Friday night
was a great success as a large crowd
from the surrounding country and
Klamath Falls were present. Refresh
ments were served at midnight by
T. D. Yung, local merchant, which
were pronounced delicious hy the
crowd. Houston-Fllx orchestra furn
ished the music and the d.mcu lasted
until the wou hours of the morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert t-argent were
Klamath Fays visitors Saturday.
CSeo Furber and family were
Klamath Falls visitors Saturday.
Mrs. J. W Jory'ls spending the
week end In Klamath Falls with
Domlnlco -Fcrrascc was a Klamath
Falls visitor Sunday.
Lillian Knapp was a Klamath Falls
Gulseppo Dapra of San Francisco,
traveling representative for the Ital
ian paper, "L Italia", stopped off
In Midland Sunday to visit bis friend
Domlnlco Ferasce of this place before
going on to Klamath Falls. Dapra
will visit all towns and cities between
hero and British Columbia. He plans
on making an extended visit In Port
land and Seattle, not returning to
San Francisco for seven or eight
months. Ho went to Klamath Falls
In company of Domlnlco Fcr
asco, section forman of this place
A hundred baby chicks arrived on
last evening's train for Ifllbert 1-ar-
gent of thts place.
Miss Ila Hooper was a guest of
Fern and Thelma Konlg of Miller
Domlnlco Ferraicn brought Houston-Fllx
orchestra from Klamath
Falls Friday night for the dance.
Mr. and Mrs J, V. Jory wero Klam
ath Falls visitors Saturday.
T. D. Young was a Klamath Falls
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Depuy of Mil
ler Hill and Hoy Rowo from Klam
ath Falls were Midland visitors Tues
Oram Rowo from Klamath Falls
was a Midland visitor Thursday.
J. W. Jory, T. D. Young, Oscar
Potter wero Klamath Falls business
Miss Ila Hooper of Mlllor Island
was a Klamath Falls visitor Thursday.
Kd Royce. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. tlur
nfStt and daughter, Anna and Lillian
Knapp, attended th( meeting at the
Miller Jllll school house Monday
night. They report having had a
pleasant and profitable time and
gave tho verdict that Miller Hill Wo.
men were good cooks for they serv
ed such dainty refreshments.
Prof Wlllcox spoke o"S tho advan
tage of tho county school unit plan
which he said had worked out suc
cessfully In Crook county and In oth
er counties. He explained the ailvan-j
tago It would be to the rural school
which would be put on a city school
basis with competent and experienced
men to administer the work. He also
spoke of the economy and. uniformity
of the system
All school supplies. Prof. Wlllcox
pointed out, would be purchased In
FOR SAI.K Fully equipped dairy.
Ashland, milk route earns $300.00
.month, H selected cows, bull, culves.
2 horsesi wagons, farm Imptlmeuts,
separator, cans, bottles, etc., ery
thing ready to go, must have money
and will sell for $2000.00, mortgngn
lltiOO, due next October, balance
must bo cash, 6 room house, 20 acres
land, rent only $20 00 month. Don't
reply unless you have J t Olio.
TOIIAIVO, POOL. HAH etc - good
business III good location, owner
has other business und will sell this
at n snap. $lti00 00 cash will handle.
tiROCKHY, CONFKCTIONKHY nml
FOUNTAIN- doing IIMiO to $2,
000 u month, elo-m to school, In best
city district, corner. Five living rooms
over store. You can clear $300 n
month with this business. Will In
voice nbout $3000 and you must have
larger part cash.
Main street. 4 block from en
trance to auto park for tourist, good
family grocery trade, will sll stock
at Invoice and give $800 worth of fix
tures for loss than $400 00. Full
price about $H 00.00 Must be cash.
llakery business Cafe' Meat Shep:
General Merchandise store.
Write us If Interested.
Ilrlug onr crenm to thn llolliday
Dairy. "Hi Klntmilh (old Klamath
Fats creamery holding). Highest
price pnld lor butter fat. Phono
SNAPS IN RANCHES AND FARMS
Itirt acres, 9 iiiIIoh from Medford,
40 A. cleared, balance host timber,
berries, vineyard, orchard, laud can
not b beat, small house, burn, A
snntt $22 00 acre, $Ci00 cash, balance
TO n(Ti hlulih Imnrnvnd. ulfulf.i.
grain, garden etc, 2 acres orchard,!
light free loam mil, not htlcky, lots
water Klegaut 7 room house modern. I
con $t)(.0ti; to build, good barn anil
outbuildings, berries, shrubber.v etc ,
full set farm mnohlueiy, stock hordes,
chickens nml seeral hundred bushels
grain, 20 tun liny, one nnd half mile
from Talent, u real farm nt fITf. on
arm Including everything.
432 acres Including souin good
town lots, on t'liipniin river near
coast, good town, m'hooU etc., till
acres bottom Intnl. 2 miles of river
frontage, about million feet timber, N
room modern house, two small
houses, good bams and out build-'
Ings, large equipment farm machin
ery, ronsldernbln stock, crop In. Prlre j
$2i.00 ncre. TerniM or will trade. '
32 acres Hoar crook bottom land '
with Improvements, house, barn etc, I
A snap $200.00 acre. Good terms. I
20 acre prune orchard "Orchard J
Home District' Medford, a snap, .
280 acres, Applegate. fenced, 100
.i i ii imnwrm.www'-
ltuyers und Sellers Moot Here.
(.niirit.uiTi.'. uii.l'u tcr.VCV
Medford IHdg. Medford. Oregon. 2C(acres cultivation, good house, barns,
!" tots water, stocked and equip-
LOST Goodyear tire, casing and 'led himp $3t..00 acre.
frame. April 25th.. between Klam-' 'O ""es four miles from Talent.
ath Hot Springs and Klamath Falls, one or the best little, farms In the
Finder pleaso leave at Imperial gar-.vniiey. oijuw.mi nnn mpckimi,
age and reeclvo reward.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing room and 2-room cabin ma
Pine Phono S08R. 2G.2S
on creek, dandy house and buildings
Will sell for $ .."..00 acre
li)ors und Sellers Meet Here.
Kot'iusrrr. si.ks agk.wv
Medford lltdg. MeiUord. Oregon. 2S
FOR RENT ." room modem liunna
Ion, unfurnished. Closo In No
children. Mr. Patterson, phono 74
FOR SAI.K, TRADE OH I.KAMK i
Kellogg Apts. J
Whltlock Apts. I
Houses In all parts of thn city. i . . i
Farms In all parts of Klamath NOTICE TH'O.VrH.lTIIS
county. ... , . Sealed proposal, addressed to tho
One, Much centrifugal pump with l)ar(, r i,r,.r, f ,, summer
16 head first-class dairy cows. Jer-1 llfc rrK:,toii District and endorsed
which would make ey. iioistein. tirown s w, iJummu. -'rop0al for Main Canal", will be,
THE FLORSHE1M SHOEJ
mtmn iisssmnniirnn 1 1 r r it " ' '--".
FLORSHEIM SHOES, once worn, will
so fully win your confidence that
you will accept the next pair without
further introduction or rccoiiiincnda'
tion as old friends whose depend'
ability and worth are fully proven.
been divided Into six sections, as fid Hals In one gi rsl prlre or bidding
d; Ion u separatit clusslllcatlon of mater-
Station 4 33 to Station 3.' 33. ' Inl too wcl to bit handled iy teams
3100 fort, 2700 cubic yards. ! Rids on one or morn or all if the
station 2D 3.1 to Station 70 00, 1 unions will n rousliirrcil i opies in
a great saving to tax-payers of the', ;."'' "" " "" ' irccencu uy ine noarii oi wireciors oi aig; f,.,, 2Sni) cue yards. (the profile and tin. general sprcmca
county. Then, too. ho said, each child L, ea. .,.. : ,he 1Sum"ur T.K, ,JrlK.l,on 1,)Jrrl Station 70-00 to Station 12000, 1 Hoas ruvrrlng all .lit. h viork on the
iouiiiy. iHtn.ioo. uoam. iai..i c...m lo-hors. gas engine. lat theoffln. of thn Soitclary in Sum- S00O f,-et. 2S00 cubic yards Summer ImKo project muy be m.vii
would have the same opportunity for One ll M- fc , na-r Uke. Lake County. Oregon, un- "Statlou 120-00 toTa.lon IS- - at the oH.ce of !he sccrc-ar,
education In all schools In the county. Wanted for customer. tokcatiio ,,, ,n -ci0l.k a , Momfay. the, n, 3yl ( tvvl 30oo cubic yards A bond In a sum equal In Twenty-
i .!,-. i. -,.i.i ..,, h hi. up to O00 head. Also .-head weaner ' j.,.. ...... ,,f ... iom.. uml at .... ,' 'V"-.' V"'i...V," ' .- ,,... (--.r,, .., ,.., ., it... 1..1..1
OMW4 S. "WMIU IIIVHU i . w-
tcr schools for tho rural children,
which Is one of the greatest problems
in tho United States today," Profes
sor Wlllcox concluded.
Wm. Ezcll spoke ally on tho ad
vantages of club work, for rural boys
and girls. He said that to educate the
rural boy and girl In scientific farm
ing would keep them on tho farms, as
It would help develop them Into real
business men and wpmen. He aUo
said that many rural boys and girls
went to the cities because nothing of
Interest was given them to do on the
farm. Ho said club work had made
bis son tako a Croat deal of Interest
In dairying, as he Is a member of
Miller Hill dairy record club, and
that ho hoped all parents would get
behind club work.
J. W. Allen spoko of thn splendid
record Klamath county matin at thn
state fair and Corvallls last summer.
He said Klamath county had more
members) present at Corvallls than
any other county In thn state.
Ho also spoke of the splendid work
of the Miller Hill dairy record club
at Corvallls. at tho state fair and at
tho Klamath Falls chamber of com
merce. Allen visited this county for
three days on this trip In Interest or
After the meeting tho Milter Hill
women served dainty refreshment
Miss Ha Hooper was the guest of
Thelma Konlg Monday evening.
Geo. Furber was a business visitor
to Klamath Falls Tuesday.
J. C. Dcckley. prominent stockman
of Klamath Falls, was a Midland visi
J. N. Uramhall. Km
Uldg. Phono H0J.
FOR SALE 160 acres good land
only flvu mites from Klamath
Falls. 120 now under cultivation. 126
Irrigated. Fair buildings, good water.
On state highway. Price only $30.00
per acre If taken soon.
IL 1 SMITH UKALTY CO.
.117 Main t.rrct 2C
lime anil ptneo win 00 pumiciy open- 00 ir,il5 ,,.,. :-00 rut,C yari,
"'J'J1,11 ,fl'i"1, . .. . ! Station 205 00 to Station 2M
Thl Improvement calls for thu con- ,5 1(;!r. f,.0 ;f,00 cubic yards
structlon of the main canals of the 1. u nn, ,tirinn..i ih.i ..v .n.t
Summer laiko District between the' nrk ,.1P..Vaii..n will h.. .-n.-nnnt..r..,!
rs will not be ro
ll material. There
tt.n.in! nt iiinrii np
otal yardage Involved will bs-approx- ,,. wo, ,.,cauUon , f,.r,Mn )H..
Imately lj.,000 ruble yards, ror con- ,,,, ,ll(ior will bo allowed the on
venlenc In bidding, thn work has'ton of fnCtminn this class of mater-
summer laipu wisinci uviwecn mr excavation will
diversion dum on thn Ana Rlvor and(in tn work Illddt-r
thn north end of Partln Laky, u total ;urciJ , moVl, pllcn
length of ubout five (ul miles. The w) , a c,.rlan um
uinoiinl of thn bid will bn r."inlff.l
for thn faithful pcrlormnnrn of thn
contract Thn right Is reserved to re
ject any or all proposals or to accept
thn proposals deemed best for the
Summer lk.. Irrigation District.
Ily order of the llosrd of Direc
tors of thn Summer Lake Irrigation
district. Summer l.ako. Oregon. .
GEO II. DETWIII.ER. Secretary.
FOR RENT 2 room furnished cabin,
A-l. See Dick, 240 Uroad St.
M-:iGiatOHK OK WOODCRAIT
Kwauna Circle No. C47, Neighbors
of Woodcraft will glvo nn entertain
ment and card party next Thursday
evening at tho Odd Fellows' hall. All
members and visiting membors of tho
Order Woodmen of U10 Vorld arc
cordially Invited fo attend. A good
time Is assured. '
pralrlo City to have new tourist
Estacada to have new $20,900 oil
Staylon woolen mills enlarging to
employ 100 persons.
Hoed Xiver apple shipments total
Portland Four leading Industries
Are wheat, fruit, stock and lumber,
4 Bend to build second reservoir and
L Jay new mains.
Milwaukee to get new paper
flortk Clackamas News,
WHKItB EVERYBODY O0E8
HOME OP THE HODKIKSON FEATURES
A plcturo that will
convulso you with
laughter. Tho funni
est thing that Owen
Mooro has ever done.
OWEN MOORE in
"The Poor Simp"
By J. Shakespeare Sap
Nobody had any sympathy for him. They called
him a simp. Even his best girl threw him down
flat. Then he got hit on the head. The blow
worked wonders and the whole world seemed
Two Good Comedies
Thursday Eugene O'Brien in "His Wife's Money"
and Country Store; 15 Prizes
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
mmmmm-m ii ayism s i M i ' SSK-sSs.
With a wide variety of styles each
( With the same splendid quality
MSasaa 1 at ssW Lea. b . J r L. I I . 1 A. I I
which udbmaue jxnoxjnats wona
s With a new price for Spring which
sets a new standard of hat values.
K. K. K. STORE
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