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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1922)
.MONDAY, ,1UK B, 1023
THE EVENIMG HERALD! KLAMATH FALLS, OREGQN
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Miii vs. Kluumlli Heron!
Stipulation mill order allowing tlin
defendant 10 days In whlrh lo file
an answer woro filed tlita morning
)n ttio circuit court In tlio ease of
Win. Marx, local attorney, ngnlnst
tlio Ktamntli Record Publishing
company, In which Marx Is socklnp j llirne,i s.ilurdny from
lo recover I10 attornoy fee for
himself' and 4"0 for W. C. Van
Ciirnill . llo(on Insurance Co.
Order of dismissal wn, signed this
morning ly Judgo I.calvtt In the case
r Ueorgo K. Carroll against the
Huston Insurance company, pursuant
to a settlement out of court on the
lusurauco policy sued on.
Dcrreo of divorce was Rranloil this
IIIDI'lllllR I))' Judgo U'initt to Roe K.
Johnson. Tlio testimony In the case
was taken last Friday.
Joteph SI. Cholanl and Antonctte
Kim. both of Malln. were married by
Jiistlco (laglmgcn this morning. John
W. L. Smith and 0. K. Hunt appear
ed lit witnesses.
1). 11. Cnmpboll. former Klamath
business man, Is hero from l.os Aug
etc on his annual viicnilnn visit. His
health has not luron of" tho best dur
ing the past year and Ms doctor has
advised rest and rwcup.jratlon.
Mrs. Wilbur Jones .mid daughter,
Mrs. l.loyd Mehaffey, Wilbur Jones.
Jr.. and Lawrence Meliaffey, Jr.. re-
lllver valley where they visited
friends and relatives lor several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Willi tm Sanders a
Mrs. Nnto Otterbeln motored to Ash
land Saturday. returning Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. i:. H Marco left this
momlnp for California sin a vacation
trip. Mr. (Mngee. win attend thu
Shrine convention In Sim Francisco.
Kdwln Urlscoll, on of J. 11. Drls-
coll. who has loen attetullivK Santa
Clara university, hiw returned here
J to spend the summer.
Miss Mary Stewart! Has arrncti
here for a visit wltlh her ssltcrs.
Mrs. 11. C. Groesbeck itnd Mrs. Hurr
Westbrook. Miss Stowitrt has mpent
the past six years In Japan and tho
Hawaiian Islands In the employ of j was reported here today.
ter an extended visit with licr uls
ter. Mrs. A. II. Kpperson.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sabo and
little son have returned from Mer
ced, California, where they spent
tho winter, and have Rono to
SpraRtie river for tho mi minor.
Mrs. Hcrhcrt MaJlett njul daugh
ter, Helen, left here for Lakovlcw
Sunday to spend tho taimmor there.
O. M. Hector Is In &m Francisco
SHU under the spell or tlio flowers
and orchards of Southern, California,
a, well as tho amailufe; bulldlliR
boom. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peyton
have returned from a mouth's trip
lo l.os AiiReles, Catallua I iland, Pas.
ndena and other points, lii one l.os
AnReles district, Mrs. Peyton said,
three miles of homes had been built
piuiu iut iii utt'ro wni'i- jtuiirn ago.
Construction Is exceeding alt records.
sho said. While they were at Hun
tlngton beach an oil well came In,
causing Rreat excitement. The trip
was made from San Fr'.inclneo and
return by steamer.
Whllo driving to Medford Thurs
day with her son, Kd Itoyce, Mrs.
Kmma Uoyco of Midland was
slightly ut by flying glass when
their car collided with another
coming toward Klamath Kails, It
Latest dance records, now on sale.
Currlns for Drugs. r
HOOM AND 1IOAUD lly day. week
or month, lilt! Pine St, r.-C.
WANTKD Men lo work on Mint
Farm. 12.00 per day and board.
Apply at office or phono ranch
I2-F-4. iiftcr p. m. Pacific Coasl
Mint Co. fi-7
WANTKD IHlllS , pay enidi Pub. Dllt.'HHMAKKIt WANTIMl -A I Ming
lie Murkiii. 1Mb ami
er Sou lug .Muehllin Co
1! US .Main
Framens strictly fresh candles.
Distinctly different. Currlns for
n l.ircn Imnortlng company, hho
has a vast fund of first hand In
formation a, to pTCsent conditions
In tho orient. Ifier collection of
3rt pieces and curios Is very Interesting.
PjuI Dalton has returned from
ljiharcc .vs. IJibanv
Complete files. Including" the test!-.
inony and exhibit, entered In hejPa,0 A0 California, and will be
caso were sent to tle supreme court ,n thc American Natlt.nal bank, this
today by the circuit clerk, thus lier-'.ummer
fectlng thc appeal of the Labereo will
caso. beliiR the case of Ilenjamln R.
Labereo and Kladys Kelly, against
Anita I.nberec. ct al., as executrix of
the ostato of the late O. O. Laberee.
Mrs. Dorothy Uice left livre on
Sunday for SpraRiie river to spend
the week with Mrs. Jack Rcdford
and Mrs. 1.. O. Mills.
Clifford Wlllltt of Cangell Val-
ley I In the Warren Iilunt hospital
with an Infected hand.
Miss Ltla Mattcrn anal her fath-
FOR SALE lllock wood Hell-
I. -,..,.,, I. linn IMinn.. Hi ."..J or
2ny.it. :,.& jCr left Friday for Los Angeles at-
Record fruit shipments In Califor
nia are predicted by A A. Savllle, of
Sacramento traveling agent for the
Southern Pacific, here today In tho
Interests of his company
WHERE EYERTBODT GOES-
HOME OF THE BODKLNSO.V FEATURES
See tho leap from a galloping horse to a swaying stage coach
Trapped In a blind canyon Tho fight between two dare-dorll
horsemen riding at terrific speed and all of tho other gripping
situations that make "The Midnight Riders" the sensation of tho
A Chaplin Comedy and
Urban's Movie Chats, and Vaudeville Movies
Timberworkers' Benefit tomorrow night. Every
I Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
Lost River Giants
Challenge All Comers
Corner now the Lort Ulver Giants
baseball club with a challenge fur
games with any team In tho coun
ty The team was orfeanUcd at
Henley with the following players:
Ross Drown manager, Ucs Drown
captain, Jess Drown and Otto Uallm
pitchers, Dick Drown first base
Jim Stewart second b.ise, Sid Latta
third baso, Lawrence Durko short
stop, Karl Jackson catcher, John
Dallm left field, till Jardlnu right
field. . I
Tho Giants want a garao for next
Sunday, and team manager arc re
quested to phono Ko.-w Drown.
19F4. A baseball bat and ball have
been offered by W. H. Ross for
tho winning team.
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Every step of our pro
cess is continual war
Pastuerized milk has cut down the infant
mortality rate, as well 113 sickness among
adults, especially during the summer months.
Our milk will stand highest test as to its purity
It is the real health drink. Telephone us a
" Ask your grocer for "Sunflower" Butter.
Seventh and Klamath. Phone 501-J
Raw and Pastuerized Milk and Cream
Jimmy Murchv Is
Well on Lead Toward
1922 Driving Title
LVDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Juno fi.
Jimmy Murphy, of Los Angeles, win
ner of tho national 500 mile automo
bile raco here last Tuesday, Is well on
his way to Iho driving; champion
ship of the United Static for 1022.
Ho already ha8 a total of 20S0 points,
several more than that which. gave
tho title to Tommy Milton last year.
Milton has not scored u point this
year, It was said.
Harry Hart, also of Lo Angeles.
Is second In the contest for tho
championship, having 1200 polntu.
Hartz was second In tho raco hero.
Frank Elliott, another pilot from thc
coast, Is third with 3TS points. He
competed In tho Indianapolis race
but did not finish In the money.
First place In Tuesday'B race gave
Murphy 1000 points and Hart, -who
took second place, got G20, Eddie
Hearno, who finished third, added
270 to hi total, giving him 320
for tho year to date.
Tho standing of tho various driv
ers for tho 1922 tltlo, as given out
at the Indianapolis Motor Speed
way today. Is as follews:
Jimmy Murphy 2050, Harry Hart
1200, Frank Elliott 375, Kddlo
Hearno 320, Pletro Dordlno 19G,
Ralph Do Palma 155, Itoscoo Sarlci
140, Art Klein 127, Jo0 Thomas 112,
Jerry Wonderllch 103, Ora Halbe 90,
I. P. Fettermau GO, Ira Vail iO, Tom
Ally 35, Peter do I'aola 28, Eddlo
Itl'Sl UN Vflllr nhl rtm'nrlu V
Junu Hecords. SIIEPHEHDS. 5
FOIt IlENT About 20.D00 acres of
good grazing luud, no foxtail, well
watered. Dwlnnell Lumber Com
pany, Matdoitl, Calif. C-10
Now Player Music-Holla Just ar
rived. EAIIL SHEPHKUD. 6
NEW POTATOES, Green peas and all
kinds of fresh vegetables dally.
Public Market. Phone 1G9-W, 9th and
Klamath. ' 5-3
Host up your old Rocords.
Junu necords. SIIEPHEHDS.
FOR SALK Apartment house furniture-
and equippment, In two
story brick building In good condi
tion, excellent location, good lease.
This Is a real bnrgaln. Ask us tor
location and price. Chllcote
Smith, 727 Main St. 5-t
Kent up .Minr old Iti'i'nnlx.
Juno Records. .SIII.TIIKUDH.
Now I'liocr Music Holts Just nr
Hied MAUL SIICI'llllllli r
FOR HALL WJille Ivory nib. used
3 months, wicker bubv Iiiikkv iiml
high eltalr. 720 N .Hh, plume
Itesl up our old llccolilii Nen
Juno Iteciirds. MIIKPIIKRIIH. f.
KOI' It ('((RDM of first elans 2Hmli
(liinvooil for sale, 17,50 per cord
Public Mai kid, Dth and Klamath
Now Pluyer Mindu Rolls Junt nr
iImmI. -KARL HIILPIIKRD. 5
il.lFTKD Fiuni Ollxer's )urd, Al
., ... ... I goiiui on Saturday, May 2 till. An
i .'i'?.?' ? !,.,.I.',..U." U J"'" "r" ' 'ln kltlfli. i! weeks old. gniv bend
fixed - I.AItl. HllhPHKRD ""111111 neck, slilpes 011 back Anyoliti
FOR MALI.' I.Ynlinmy gan eunllie,
I 'ii h. P, rJ-lni'li pulley, I'lli. Ceil.
trlflinl pinup. All In first i'Iiish uhii
tlltlon, Al C0hl.1l, 44 Main HI. (.'
FtIR HALL' Tomatii plants nt 40 'i
Main HI Al Crystal, .1-7
Warning lo drinkers al the niciio
uhliii: Itiroiuiiitloii leKiirdliiK I tin Hull Your names will bn turned
WILL TRADi: Ford liiurlliH body for whereabouiH tif siuiie will b,. nard-1 Into the prosecuting attorney hero
Ford commercial hod). Public 'ml. Adiliest Jno (llher. AIroiiiii "Her
Market, 1Mb and Klamath. 5-7 1 !"' !''' C M ADAMH.
PROSPERITY TALKS, No. 4
THINK HOW YOU CAN HELP KLAMATH FALLS GROW!
i m. umiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiv ir jl cfySjTnHr.- ioa-iiiBi i
J I BBBBBBLLBVHHS
WE MUST HAVE MORE HOMES
IF WE WANT KLAMATH FALLS TO GROW
Here's one time you can be a "public benefactor," while at
the same time SAVING YOURSELF A LOT OF MONEY.
Just realize the big fact that the cost of everything that goes
into BUILDING is about as low as it will ever be for years to
come in some cases lower!
The home you BUILD NOW will cost less NOW. It will
get you out of the KENT-PAYING CLASS, and you can turn
your rent-money into deposits for your bank account.
Tho home or apartment you leave is sorely needed by some
one else less fortunate than you he must continue to rent.
The building you put up will give jobs lo dozens of men,
directly and indirectly. It will put new life into the hardware,
lumber, millwork and other lines of business.
It will put money into circulation, some of which is bound to
COME BACK TO YOU.
Every new home in Klamath Falls adds to the population of
Klamath Falls. It enhances the value of real estate around it.
The jobs is creates increases the EAKNING-POWER of our
workers, and ALSO THEIR BUYING POWER, which means
NEW. PROSPERITY FOR ALL.
TIiIh spucu paid fur by thu Imstl
lies men of Klamath Fulls for thu
Help Your Own City
fc You Help Yourself
' t lv i Bn T
benefit of thu lominuulty.
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OUR HERD IS TUBERCULIN TESTED
Hert uy your old Hecords. Sew
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