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WEIWEKDAY, JL'M: SI, 11)33.
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K R. ROUIiN.
H, R. HILL.
.Kdltor Md rablUher
PublUhod dally oicopt Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Klfthth street,
By Our Country Editors
Entered at tlio pontofflco at Klam
ath Fntl, Ore, for trammUtlon
throngh the ninlli n second-class
MEMBER OF THE AS80CIXTBD
Tho Associated Proas It exclailT-
lr. entitled to the uso for publics
LONE PlNat out n 1)'""'h ot aliorp for I.aiihiiin
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w.imu ui-vuiih won IIIM'IIMI liiin . .
pnri oi me conniry n row tiiy ago,
II on at nil njws dlstfatcho. crtdltod
to 'It, or not otherwise credited InllnK beef entile.
inn paper, una nmo mo local news yTft II
Miss IlntJIff returned In
homo nenr Merrill Friday.
The Knmnn boys and Waltft
Sloroy played for the dance at the
Schrelner barn dnnco Saturday
IIom Flnley was out from Klam
ath Falls one day last week buy-
WiiltytttiDAV, .ir.NB ai, irow.
Flnley earn I this rek and
lll bo nettled there from now for the
T. M. Hartell of Keno Spring win.
In, Illy on tuislncM on Friday ami vis
ited nt tho home of 1. W. Whetstone
over Friday night.
C. W, Warren nnd James Kdsnll
lulled nt tho home of James Owen
Jniiins Oivimi hn.l thn shritn nYiohi.
P. Lewis visited nt C W. . n, ,,u .-. ,hl, .,,- ,,.., ...
Lewis' Sunday. 1 ,h. kll .
Otto Iloye took n truck load of thoj
"lleetlo Hoys" Into Klamath Falls
Amos I.undy nnd Kdwln Warren i on Frldny. i
were business visitors In Illy on Mon-1 A- "lennnison wn n nnsiness
,!., visitor in Illy on Saturday
James Hell mado n business trln to Amo'" ,','' n"1' lailKhter wore'
Diisinesa Msiinr in my on rriuny i
Ti) lor weio iilr.isod lo hear of the
birth of a baby girl, Inn n on Juno I'-'
Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor live ntur Ash
land now but resided near lll for it
number ot jears.
Mrs. IMdle C.isebeer nml ehllilieu
mid Mrs, James I'tls.ill spent Htimlii)
nt (ho home of Mr nnd Mis James
Mr. and Mis. J I' McAullffo ot
Fort Klntiiitth weio 111) Ltora the
latter part of the week
Mike Wnllln nml Hobeit .Simmons
made a trip to Pine Creek on Saturday.
Miss Amy SrhmeU united Sutur-
I tiny pt'ouliiK from Jaeksont Ille. Fin.
I to spend the summer with her uncle
I Harry K. I'eltx and fnmll.t
HERE IS REAL LIFE
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.iii. nun., i.-iirii'i in in" I'uie'j mi .,j j ." j
iiiiv niher lir.. r.iMiii.inv. ul in ' imlil liiilunui ul miy llniu. I Im wnr
the nioiwdii of Hi.. Iiimiriinc.i llie tlee tto linve lo "ffer Ik known
uitlit imiv Ii.. nil.) in uini.nl iiiiiniiiitii a New Voile l.lfo'Trilnl
emli mouth for Hie life or the hen-Jam' " ' "'e ,,,l,t
ellrlnn or fo.. n mieelflcd iiiimhei i life Insniiinni.
of 1 1 1 m . ami no power on
uill iliiinite Hie mellinil of Hie
amount of ifie putmeiilH nfier .tint lesenlnllteH
,.,11 Mi I I 'of fin Iher information,
'..HI., r lint iiiiiitlitll' n Infill
lire dead Nellliei eaii II lie at
tili'lieil ror ileliU. Neither cull II!
be iiolil. moilr.ar.eit in iiHiilr.neil In'
I'he leal reason the hi,; rea.ion jfm., impreKimble iikiiIiihI is
i.ilillti of nil klii'ls im not run
fuse Hi In with a pulley p'ltable In
Installments I'mler I lie hitter tli '
T'S u olnnsiirn In .slrnll nrnnnil Ihr
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- u.r.i.r..c u u.rse r.i iiKevinw ana l.acK on Mommy. rM,...w-, ....... B ........... ..,.., , V ,nv n limited nmount of mon-
ntenlngs nnd see the city playground . Mrs. Karl WUIkcr was vIsitlnK In Norman hlte of th,. forest sor- y tl, lMII for thi i-lItanit. SatliiRs
In nctlon. YonnRsters of both sexes I lily on Monday. t Ice wn.s attendliiB tix business In 1U & i.onn Assn. of Portland, on the
nnd nil sires are RettlnR full benefll , K. T. Olvan wn8 In Hly on business ,,n F'rJny nnd spent Frldnv uIrIii monthly payment plan Onlt modern
from the npparatus Installed In the Mqnday. j tin honv of James (iivan , ' - - . ,',"i;,;c:i,,,;""'
coot, shady Rrove
Those who made poMlble the piny
Rroimd by their Reneroiis contribu
tions must feel n deep sense of satis
faction. The community ones them n
debt that will Increase with the yeai
as the bo) h and Rlrls of today come
Into tomorrow's herlt.iRe of cltltcn
uhlp with healthy bodies and clean
minds, fully equipped to bear the
hardens that a complex clvllltatlon
Imposes upon Its members.
The playground plan, etcn nt this
early ataice of Its development, 'is
paying big returns on a small In
vestment. From noon until far Into
the night the grove echoes with the
mirth of the kiddles who nt last have
come Into possession of childhood's
Inalienable birthright heretofore
partly denied them the rlfiht of
Our henrtfelt thanks are due to
the men and women who have made
tho playground possible, and for It
self and In behalf of the community,
The Herald expresses n sincere ap
preciation of tho magnitude of their
It Is, ct course, unthinkable that
Interest In such a worthy undertak
ing should lnpso. Its development has
only begun. The present plant unit
should bo enlarged, now that suc
cess has been so fully proved, and we
trust that contributions from those
who have not heietoforc rcallzod
what great benefits n small amount
of money would buy, will swell a
fund for the operation and upbuild
ing of the playground, making It .se
cure as a permanent .community In
stitution and assM.
WEST GRANTED FEE
Ijuio County Jurj- Jlvi Kx-Goer-iinr
(UD.OOO for Nfi-rlcr
EUOENE, June 21. A circuit
Jury last night awirdcd former
OoTernor Oswald West $19,681 for
lobbying for the Coos county land
grant bill In congress In 1919.
OFFKIt FOUIt AMENDMENTS
CINCINNATI. Juuo 21- Four
ninendments to the constitution of
the United State and n ropeal of the
Sherman anfl-truat law, were recom
mended today to the American feder
ation of labor convention by a legls
Intlvn policy committee as a means
of overcoming court decisions regard
ed ndverse to labor. Among the pro
posed amendments was congressional
veto of supreme court decisions.
Mrs. C. W. Warren nnd Mrs. Chas.
Collier mnde a trip to flonanra and
back on Monday.
T. Oarrctt made n business
trip to Klamath Falls on Monday
reluming on Wednesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Webb nnd two child
ren of Iakctlew were guests of Mr
and Mrs. W. T. ftarrett over Sunday
and Monday forenoon they were en
route to Sacramento to visit Mrs
J, A. Parker went Into Klamath
FaUs on Monday to consult a doctor.
Mr. Parker has not been well for
some time. He returned home Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Webb had dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. Mike WaHls on
Mr. and Mr. Kd Casebcer Jr . nnd
family visited at J. S. Watts Monday
Mrs. W. T. Garrett and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Webb spent a few hours visit
lug at the home of James Owen on
Frank Laurey and wife moved to
Keno springs the first of the week on
the Davo Edler ranch where they are
going lo work for E. W. Whetstone.
Ed Casebeer Jr. and wife made a
business trip to Klamath Falls on
Tuesday returning en Wednesday
C. W, Warren was a business visi
tor In niy on Tuesday.
Mrs. Dallas Glvnn went Into Dly on
Monday evening to assist Marvin
Cross In the store for a few days.
Earn Olvan nnd Marvin Cross went
to the !-wrence Horton ranch near
Y&lnsx Tuesday to round up some
Frank Obenchaln had dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hamaker cc
Robert Simmons of Donanza was
visiting In and around Bly the frst
of the week and expects to work In
this section for n while.
Miss Hilda Hamaker of flonania
Is visiting her sister Mrs. fleorge
Boyd. She expects to visit here among
friend and relatives for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon and
family went to Klamath Falls on
Wednesday. They-expect to have Ella
Jean rnerated on for tonsllltls.
C. PA Warren aill son Kdwln
made a trip to Klamath Falls on
Frank Obenchaln took 'bis son i
Funkle Klamath Falls on Wed
nesday to consult a doctor. Franklol
has not be n well for several months, j
Mr. and Mrs Charles Collier at
tended the ptsnlc on the river 8un-j
Mr. Wenat of Pine Creek was vis
Mr. ami .tirs. ttwiert-nnipueii nmi v., re.l numov I.. flnLsli linlt.lli.L-
dauRhter, Helen, were In Klamath to mnk Improvements to present
dwelling or to repay a mortgage, drop , . ..., n
' anil nsK nlimtt tno Kiiiltntle plan. '
Cllll.nrK .V SMITH, .'27 Main St.
Mrs. K. T. (lit an und small son
K. T. Jr. went Into Klamath Falls
on Saturday to tlslt Mrs. (Iltan's sis-j
ter, Miss Agnes DrLcoll. for n few
days and then expects to ro up to i
Fort Klamath nml tlslt Mr and Mrs
"W. T. Garrett reports that the
grasshoppers are taking his grain
crop on the lower part of his ranch.
He will begin poisoning them Immed
Edwin Warren returned to
home on Saturday
ham, iMtoiii.r.Ms m Amen
(Continued on pngo four)
the ball pimp tomorri'W would wipe
The Liberty theater next Tuesday
evening, he said, would donate Its
i entire receipts to the pl.t)Rrouml
his j fund and urged nil lo s,. tin. show
that the pln)Rrouiiil might benefit
IC.llo Bogcrs nnd family i.mie out '
from Klnmnth Falls on Snturdn) to '
visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Collier nnd
C. W. Warren nnd family They nil
went fishing and picnicking on Sun
day at ttnllcy flat on the north fork
Mr- nnd Mrs Albert Illchnrdson.
Amos I.undy and Mrs. Pearl Fanner
and daughter drove to Oly on Sunda)
to attend church In tho afternoon.
There was an enjoyable dance nt
the community hall on Saturday
The nev and Mrs. Ilcllnnp oi
Beatty nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gar
rett nnd sen hnd dinner with Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Hamaker on Sun
Kenneth Hold and Mr Hell ot
nonanxa were fishing on Spraguc riv
er on Sunday near Illy.
The Rev. and Mrs. Ilcllnnp of
Reatty held church services In Illy
on Sunday afternoon and later spent':
the evening visiting nt the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Watts and Mrs
Harley Kcady was a Illy visitor on
Otis Osborn I bnck In the Illy
1 section on his summer Job n forest I
ranger for the We)erhauser limber I
A pick-up tcain, from Illy went to
Bcatty Sunday and played thp Sy-1
can team. The scorj was 10 tc 3 In j
favor of Sycan.
Tho beello camps have been dls-'
banded In this section for thls
season and nearly all the hoys nre '
gone from here now.
Dave Campbell and Johnnie Anions
were Uly visitors on Sundny
Charley Adams Is back In Illy
again after a few months' absence
Friends of Mr anil Mrs Clarence I
l.mlles sate your fine slio s Hnte
the soles sewed on by hand Jack
Frost, 6th street, oft Main ltf
as we see It for n mull liiillillm;
his estate In lite tiiHiiintiee In pre
ference In property, Is Hint the for
mer Is paid out ii hundred cent
on Hie dollir In cold cash nt his'
diMtli. whereat (he latter ma)
mean something or nothing. Just
as the market tnlite hnppens to be
of the rommoillt) he has glteu his
life years to tircitlililtiilltiR
To put It another wnv, nk tour
self thin iiiestioii "What am I
stilting for. what Is It that. In
the final niiitl)sls, I want- that I
seek to leu to for my family? Is It j
propel t). a lot of farm lauds. Inisl-'
ness liloi'ks, largo amounts ot bank
.took' Is this the thing that l'
win! them to hate to comfort them I
after my earning power has been
r Is It the thltiK,
tint property represents, In other l
words. MONEY Certalnl). .Meno)
Is what all men strlte after, fight
for. gn to war fur. lite for. nml die'
for 'li. then, does not the Idea
of an estate In ready money appeal i
more strongly to you than that of,
n lot of properly that may depie
elate In value the day after .tour
Mail) men henltate to lento large
estates In life Insiirnuie for the i
fear that a l.uge amount of mono)
left In rend) rash may be Hitiainl
ered or lost The rompaliv thai
we represent has foresei-n all this
and Iris detised a system, that to
P. E. Burkc-Idn B. Momyer
Iteslilelit AgiMlls l'r
New York Life Insurance
llernld rlnsslfled nils pay yon.
AT THE LIBERTY TODAY
brM putiiri' I
.my iu:.tt ntiiAiis.
MAN TO MAN Is tin
That's a flat .mertlon hut I will t.ind
on it In splli- of the wotiilorful ri rp
Hon yon hav git en pist prodm lions of
mine. I know )ou will llko this one lot
ter. It Is blgrer in otery way. Whin I
read Jnrkson Gregory',, great no. I
knew I hnd found tho story i f mt
dreams. I saw in It tho ntmosplp're of Un
did West that you all like so well Ii N
brimful of stirring action, engrossing
dispense ami appealing roninure In
short, it Is a Western story for all. )huiik
and old, mi-n and women.
Se It I know )on will llki- It
K. OF I. ATTENTION ,B hi, daughter Mrs. Clarence Wnl-1
Big tlmo tomorrow night. Inltla-1 ., Wednesday
lion In tho third rank. Dorrls lodge t "on "iMa. ,
will visit. Fraternal speeches and1 Victor llahner of I.akevlew was,
banquet. All local nnd visiting mem-' visiting with friends In Illy on Wed-1
iivra leiiui'sicu uj uuniu, nesuay. I
Th Wednesday afternoon Needle i
S. It. REDKEY. C. C.
U.OYD I)EI,AP. K. H. &
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Wanted for Cunul Work nour
Ashhml 10 loams, 1300 .to
ISOO lbs. Will pay 910 PER
MONTH per team and hurnesi
with board for team.
Skinners at J 4 per 8 hr. day,
also wanted. Men to board
Wm. Vondcr Hellen
Jackron County Hank Building
I i-ri 3 '
I wa8II $& i
Wfcineday. Those attending were:
Mesdnmcs J. S. Watts, Emma Keady,
W. W.FInley. Frank Obenchaln, Jas.
Bell. J. A, Parker. W. T, Garrett. C. ,
W Warren, Cbas, Collier, Jas. Ed-'
sail, Arthur Hamaker. E. W. Whet-'
stone and the Misses Goldle and Haz-1
el Whetstone, Jessie and Elba Bell,
Mottle Jane Crosi, Hilda Ifamaker, j
Master J. C Hamaker and John
Thomas Watts. Dainty refreshments M-MM
of ice cream and delicious cake wa!nniKrc - TUP rtlltrtrc
served by the hostel assisted by her , UUilll0 Ul 1 ML UUrrj
daughter Jeile, Mrs. Arthur Hama
ker and Miss Hilda Hamaker. A vnry
pleasant afternoon was spent by all.
Mattlo Jane Cross went out to the I
Warren ranch to visit for a few days
Otto Boye made a business trip to
Klamath Falls and back on Monduy.
Jessie Bell visited with Berulcn
and Waulta Howard over Thursday I
and Friday of this week. I
Earn Glvan, agisted by Dallas
Olvun. Arlett Edsnl! and Ivan Brady!
started tho rouur-up horsos from
hero for 1'reka on Thursday, expect
ing to pick up more on the way
there. They liuve a fine hunch.
Mr, und Mrs. James Glvan, Mr-l.
Dallas and Mrs. Earn Olvan and sou
visited In Bly on Thursday afternoon.
Ed Casebeer, Jr., went to tho Berl
I.aplinm ranch on Thursday to Hhenr
How Many Realize That
When You Eat
You are eating butter made in one of the
most sanitary and modern small cream
eries on tho coast.
Hy using our butter you are not only get
ting clean, sweet butter, but are doing
your bit to develop your community and
The Klamath Dairy Industry
Klamath Falls Creamery
STAR THEATRE TODAY
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with Raymond Hitchcock
And tilt' givnto.-t comedy east ever assembled.
More fun than a dozen ordinary comedies com
bined. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The biggest hit of the season
with MABEL NORMAND
Produced by Mack Sennett
Wednesday Wesley Barry
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