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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1922)
MONDAV, JtNR SO, MM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
V, R. OtrUB....Hd(tor ! PaMUhar
H., 17. .Nkkle Advertising Manager
" ii ii , ,. 41 .i.Wim .
l'allatd dillruot Huadar. b
Tbk-llmld- IMiblUhltiK Company of
Klamath rll, at 119 Klghth I root
Knlered at ttio poMofflca at Klim
III Kalli, Oro for trnnimlmton
through tba malt . Mcoad-dUu
Matter. ) ; -
MEMllKll OK TUB ASSOCIATED
ThplAMoetattd VrcH' la oxrtutlTe
I entitled to las' una for public
tfon ftt nil tiaw rttapatrhc,,- credited
to' II, 'or not lotlmrtvlsrr .ivdltrd in
IliU' paper, nndjaUoittiti local now
pnlillnbd ' hereto. "
'MONlMVj.Jt'MJ mi. naa
I H.GH TAXES' '
II.I.-eiinMilcred IckM.iIIoii, failiiiR U
ntTiiro rnmcillcH ultne.l nt, nml or-1
titliin expensive eonimNlon.s, nml
linn r ils lo tarry mil ImpnsslMo x- j
lcrlment Is. blamed liy tht l'p-tthe-1
Tiling ningnrlne for hlch taxcn Thn ,
iiiuKntlne'H comment nn tlin luxation
problem, which H of vital Interest
Hi every cllttcn, follows
Tax reduction methods nml tne.v
Huron In Vs)ilnKtrn ami Oregon
that you hear i much about do
not appeal It) he ruillnr much let
In llii final un.ily.sN. Once taxes
liavn become high It In ni thlld'.i
tajik to reduce them. .NoihliiK
. tnirn It' In oaKy lo look thu barn
doorttftrr the home Is stolen; It lx
vuty to K'o tioVr-lir Uxe.s are hlch
In the state of Oreeon and V.'.uii-
-iuftoii,. In thi4t two ntatpfi taxes
apt tort of top-heavy today !'
rauso ticopln of the., two common-.
wealth In recent jrvar fuircumb
timl to all manner of -Jim-crack ,
-reform ei up by. shallot' and
TO IIKIIAI.II AIIVKItTIHKHN
HprpaflPr Tho Herald will not
guarantee, publication of display
ndvprtlsfnR that reaches this of.
flco Inter' than' 3 "o'clock on the
day preceding pu hi tout Ion. Adver
tising copy eeclved 'Inter will' he
handled In thr-ordcr received,
The Herald U forced lo adopt
this policy, which Is In effort In
all well reK'ilnlcd newspaper of
fices, for the better service of
Its advertisers n well as for Us
When ndvertlrdng copy Alios dp
dnrltifC Uiii ruVh ;ioiir of the
day, under a hit mid miss system
of accepting advertising copy
whenever It I" Offered, printer'
time Is oflen wasted In the morn
ing hours and there Is a wild
scramhlo to catch up In the lat
ter part of the day, resulting In
haste that U detrimental to the
quality of th, work and adding
unnecessary expense that must he
horn hy the newspaper In over
For the betterment of the ser
vice and the good of all concern
ed The Herald will Insist on .drift
adherence lo the rule- that all ad
vertising ropy, txcopt In unfornce
ablo emergencies or where Infor
mation frr the advertisement Is
fmptevdbl., to obtain mull the day
if publication, be In tills office not
laWr than 3 o'clock on the day
before It Is to Vttn
Classified ads ainl reading
notices will he acceiled up lo
norm rm the day they are to rim
puis and mothers, nml fnthpis, with
the welfare and advancement of the
fortunes of their children as their
first thought. There Is room for vast
Improvement of llm school siom
In Klamath county. Our mi nil ru
in unities are In Immediate and Im
perative need of ndvnnced high
school facilities, which can only lie
secured hy tolerance and uiilly of
piirpoi. This Is but one of Hie many ,
public endeavors thajt calls for n I
united people. '
It. II. IIKADIIPUY.
Ohalrmnu of the county district board
MANITOIIA able proportion of mix- expenxe Incut-
S. A Ntoiut ;' by the Pulled HliitoN In roKiilulliiK
at '" """'c iimki oi rpper Klamnth
in,..,. I,,,, i mi, iiiiiiriiiiniiin part of i
swept Mnnltoba today, killing
, . . . , .. r , ' ,1,,,, ,,M' iim,i iiuiihu
least two, Injuring other, and lM, cost of additional drain
I'orlago t.ii I'rahle looked is If the
town had been dyuamlled
auslng damages esllmaled ill hull- the Klnuiath Project made necesNiily.
reds of Ihoiisiiuds of dollais. J'V the Increased nenpago upon I hi..
Miimiiiii iMiijeci caiiHiMl liy tint i
work provided for In mild eouluici,1
not exceedliiK, however, leu dollars'
I Per ncin tor such diiilnugo."
" The Hulls hIiiiII Ii mumml ul ..l.,l.i
,,"',: o'clock on the morning of the eo-1
NI'IKIAI. IIOM) l (ONI'ltAlT H'Hi. and ho kept open unlit flo'
,:u:r.!;u' ",,l,,u- ""i"i,K c.os;d,,mn" w""" ,,,,,1
Tlti.N IMSimri ; Al such ,,lectlon, lb,, bniiotH nhall '
contain the words ' IIONDH YMH'I
N'otl o U heiehv ulxen that a miih- and "IIONMM -NO " mi, I n,,, . ,,r.iu
clul election will bo held on Krldiiy. ' ('t).NTItAt'T WITH Till! I'NITIlll
KILLED "," "s"' tU' "f Jlv ''-'-- "I li" HTATKS VIIH" and PONTUAtT
.llerelliafter .sneciried liolllnir lilac,, In, Willi TIM! I'MITI!!! mta'oi.'u
., i. .U '. .,ii .. . ,ii i-..i'M"1"1 ''f'KH'lon District. Klamath i.Nt)'
t'o,H-o IShpIoi,. I'nlU Irom KM .(., Oregon, to dolormln,, whelh-'4 Th lloaid of IMieclors have spe ,
IVnio In Medfonl Satunhi) or bonds or said District In (In, mini ef., the following polling place In
cf One Hundred Thousand Dollars said IMsiilct for said election The'
MKDI-'OltD Juno Si! - llrovor l 'l,u,-,,,,;) shall be Issued fur (he llostdoiio,, of John Mpolek. located '
.iir.wrviliu, June . '" "" iiiirimiii of iiioi-lillnir rum. r.u urn. ....... ...i i.. i.. ,.... ;, ...... .
Darmilllo, :IS. said lo be Hie oldest riirlng necessary leil.nnatlon work. Southeast uuarler of' Heel Ion II
lineman In point of sonlco In tluyiniulrlng the nocoiw.iry iroport and Township II Soulh, Itaugo 12 Kasi
employ of the t'allfornl.i Oregon rlghm theroWr, for piirelms,, nm ,. f t!, Willamette Meridian within
Power r.,...i..v. was Ins.antlv kill- TH ?J!.. n!"?. ?lV.rJ.l,!,!l.i: "" "e boundaries of the said Mallu I.
I. : ' . , "" "" "nn eiiiisiriu nun. nun inr ligation District
ed when he slipped and fell head- otherwise currying out tho provisions Said eloi-tlou nnisi b,. held and Mm
first to the pavement from the top of law. and for the further purpose ' result thereof determined nml d -
of a Ill-foot polo Saturdiy H.ir- ,,f V0,1,,K ""," "," f"l'wlng uues- ,-iar.d In all respects n nearlv i.s
ne.lle had finished h.s work on (he ; ", , .,, ,, ,,. UrV;
pole and list uusnuppvd hl.s safety i irlct of Klamath County. Oregon en- of officers
belt preparatory to desceiidlnr wheni'er Into a contract with the Culled Chen Kv order of Hie Hoard of
he slipped. Ills spikes held his f. et ' "V? "il...,V""f","M,Ti."..V''!"'ri ''"l'1 ,,lr,",""" "' ''' MhIIii Irilgatlou
. , ! , , , , for the lands of said Dlstrlit wherein ' ),iri, i ihu Hi,, r.tii .inv ,,f tun..
the pole as h plunged hack- ,,,, h.rehy the maximum amount , i i-.jj W ' "' '
wards When his hejil reached the to be paid for said water right Is to ; , itnn r,.Mli,.nt
lower level the climbers pulled I be thirty-four dollars per acre for ,. , ni.'.MiDSI.KV '
loos. iind he whirled l-ead fore- ' ",''.''.'' :.'..' ' J": "" ".' "'." ""'" I'll K I.AMI'I.OT
mo uiMiiiioii irs oi tun sum uisiriii
tniist lo the ground .iinl an annual operation and in.iln Aiiest
Damellle leaves a widow and two'tenanre charge enual to out half the y siastnv
children Ho was a member of the ",ar?.". '"sesveii against . ie i.innH oi s,. retar
Today at the Liberty
llaiold Maillrnlh's superb novel, ATIIK
COMING! l.t't'K III-' Till! IIIIHII." nml the cast
.j Itieluiles Iwo teal slats - James Klrkwood
"LL , ,niri Nllsson It Is a most ex
r A OI ETON'S elleiil story and will Interest vim
"OVER Tuesday. "HOMUKIv'KI'INll MHAIITM"
and a noinleiful piogram of short sub
THE Jeets Olin-lllilf of the proceeds of tills
j... . ,, .iiiu will be riven to I tin Women's Anx-
" 1 1 in I fund This fund Is lo hu Utieil In
keep up the pal king alotiK Iho caiiiil and
liisnie thi liees planted this season
Itoiiril of Dlri"h.rr
STAR THEATRE TODAY
"Red Hot Romance"
Ity Anitn Loot and John Emerson
A revolution in Keel Vm
111 "The Girl With the Jazz Henri"
Another C!looni Clinser
P.lk.s and Knights i.f l'ylhl.is
PICNIC IN MERRILL1!
Affair Will lie Stage.! for llem-rlt '
Hi,, Klamath Project and an eiill j ji, y o jj (
(Continued from Taw 1 )
fal.o lividcrs. Any one could tun (on board
mr puuuc oiiux; .-,uiu uiiuK ns
Ihn Off Iff aeeklui tbo nan was
declared obsolete. If legislative
bodies did not p.tas enoiiih ques
tlonablo meamiris a rather poorly
Informed public, through Ibn- In
- Itiatlvn and rvferendum helped
out. -Then came public cotumis
tlon after public commission of
.ne rort and another. To get a
placsion these coin missions one did I
aaot have in 'In ,uccei-terson-
, .ally, or, own much of anything.
Anyon.' who was a fair, smooth
talker, or gabster. who promised
big tBlnya, bad his chance. Lit-
.tln,wondcr tbut audi comuilxslcni
wem very lllh'ral and open-nanUeU
when It came to spending otner
folks-money. It wan aurly all
i great whIU the money held iul:
' Jut thn money only held out for a
abort apill and now there mu-t be
tax redactions or the holding of
th people In farm property. In
towmuiroasvtt aad ih Itk.B.will
be VeonfUcated." High taxes per
mit many vllcnarle and dream
en to make a shewing for a spell:
;they also permit many to iget
eomethlng for nothing. That's why
In certain quarter and direction!
high taaea will always he popu
lar. If lower tares are renlly
wanted In Oregon and WflnMncton
let a little attention from now on
lie paid to a bctttr regulatlc.il of
the public (ranchlfe and also' ta
in etmaucting oi iu sjnwin. mc
ludoptioi of ome such mcuure aa(t(,4,
that will bring about a reuuriian in i .
laxes,- l --io.in.niiu,.i .',.!,
Mil l i:
SCCt ll, IKIMI AMI I OYIIMi
iii.rcnos sii.;t n
A community plcute for stay-at-
Upon opening the en
volflpM the shib 'condition was
found In numerous cases, making
the Identification of the polling
p'lace very uncertain A further
came of confusion was that the
rote,) ballets were In mdst Instance
returned loose and Unmarked, to
gether wih varlou, books and pa
per which had no relation lo the
Formal objection was entered of
reconl that In certain ubf!lstrlct
(hat (he candidates for director on
thi county 'district board served ns
members of the election board of
th'elr sub-districts, the same being
Terlfled by the tallysheet of the
un-dltrlrts In question. '
After du0 consideration and with
advlr tbi canvassing board unant
mnusly'declared thp election void and
of no effect.'ind ordered that no tal
ly shcc't be examined fcr proclaimed,
arid that all ballots, tally sheets,
poll books '"and p records pertaining
to the election, be forthwith secure
ly wrapped 'and sealed In the pres-j
encn ci in present, anil mat tna
sanio be' held subject to the orders
of the properly Vonnlltutel author-
) home's benefit will b laid In Mer-1
rill park. On the Fourth of July. Sing-!I.Al)i:.S Shoo repairing Jack Frost
Ing, speaking, recitations, music und I -"
game., for the )oungsters will make WANTK Woman to
up in., program There iii lie one; raiuh I'liotie II CIS.
or more address,, by orators to bo -
chosen from tho outside LOiiOlNO Shoes repaired
i'ersons who wish to attend the 111. .
picnic are Invited to come early and WAN'TKD- Man to contract hauling ,ns'1
bring lunches A picnic dinner will "tin to ,oti thousand ft. k.iw logs
he served at noon ll.ovel ground. Also piling lumber
ior siiijii fiiw-nuil inien-sleil
2 ' . -
Noll. i Is heiehv given that a spe
,'lul elei'llon will be held on I'rlil.i).
I.MlY WOI I.I) l.IKi: ousukep,ii: -"Hi day of July I'.i'J'.'. nt (h heieln
wrk in (own otilv Phone V.2 after specified pulling plaio In Shas-
Ml ... ,.. 11.... 1.. I...1I.... f,lu,.l... t-l .1.
..ii- ' " .... ..ir.,,,,, ,ii,iin,, ,.,.,,.,.,. ...... ........I ',.n rs.-1-ri'ii
- - -- - - County. Oregon, lo determine wheih. LVor,. vl- , ... i 'ni-ri s'-r
I'llll IM.VTi. - i ..... i.i i, i. ..i.. HrAII.N I.S and MIMHAII
- - ...,,,, n.,,-,, t,,,i 1111,-ni -. .',.... ... ..,,., ',-.,,,.. ,,, .,,. ....., .t.i.rii 'rill I s.'1'ri'l.
lint ixoedllig however leu dollar-'
pel ii. -re fm such iiralniige '
The polls shall bo opened lit elglil
o i lui'k oil the morning of the elei
Moll iili.l lii, Kepi itp.-tl lltllll five
neloi-k lii the afleriiiioti. vlnli the
aiu lliusl bo i lined
Al Niirh i,is.-tlon. tho ballots shall
contain the words ' IIONHS VKH
.mil IIOND.M NO," ami tin, words
l.ureiu Apts 12', N cth Mt. 23-20 'f One Hundred Twenty Thousand . !
- Dollar (f I2ii mm oil) shall he Issued " ;.
FCItNISIIKO ONt: Itoom cabins fur for lb,, purpose of providing funds 1,1,"1,. ',",' .lr",!!" .," M,'
housekeeping c ,, .lm. for proruiing ,,e. ,ry reclamation "t;d he f..ll..II.K liolllllg Place In
I 111, ii... ir M, ,n, ni..,.-. '....ri.. i ..... ""Id District lor said .-lection rhe
.-.. ...... ....... - .. ..i .. r. IT' ) tl(S IN'' lll-l -tsi j 'l '
peri und rights iherefor. for the
Shiistu View School Huns,- In, a led
Leather k..v ei.. ullh V..iu nor. h.s.. ,m,l , I. Ill, I I. ' .liUOVIUia(eiy III (lie XilUMleasI lllar
Finder reiuru lo
Her fflie wal.r lights, and tor work mid ion , .Vr "' r!" . ' .' '"."".".." .."V ".'
23-2:. slruclliiii. .mil foi iitherwlM. c.irrv I ,.'".. . '..., ....
,11K , the i.riitlsl.ii,, of law. and f. r !'.' "" "."'!"""'" s'" . ''
come to mill and look proposition " are still lni)lug road warrants the further purpoH.. of voIIiik iiih.ii '"" '" ,.," ,i . 7. ...
li K IC warage li. Ihe fo owliiK iiiiestlon ...... ..,..,, ...,...,.-
tal Oregon, near Fort Klamath
UKtit BUNAINZA ROUTtl-r S A and P t: llrown. Cry.
... HIiiiII IIil .
large .N'limlM-r of 1t.Hld.-nt r,. in' -' . ' r ''a" atm..s and .hlinueya. and district of. I
.. . ...... .. . .. "iijiiiimk iii mi. inn, oi nous,,, i.iii.ir Into a roiilruci uiih il,.. I'i,u...i
l.infer Willi Count ( ouri uuvn -,-..,v.. ..... .......... ...,.u m..... i .,..,, . ...... '.'"er iiihi a roiuruci wiin in., I lilleit
nn.'u ii. i., -violin rolling, ex- . ,." ' ,..",,-., .-,,- uu . mi ,S(nlis of ,
peri piano tuner, win in. at win- r.iiiiigeii. i-noin, ...j tr
tesllll lliereof ileterillllied and d-
.-.naii ..... .-siiiisiu ti,.w irriraiioii Piiri.. . ,,n ,..,,M.i. . ..u,v ,,.
I. i '... t x '
..ii.,,. ,..,.111,. iiri-Koii prurtlcnl Iii confiiriiillv wllh the pro-
vlai(iiri f Liu Lfiikiti n I in (hit (rtliiM
nicrlra for u mitT rlKlil...r ..n r.
inr uu i.uitiM in f;ihi Hiniriii wnitn'iii'
f!lfn lit iirittir nf Iti.. tlii.iffn iif
A large numb, r of Honan.a 'ZZ-ZUZ """" Fllt.MTlFti: ItCPMItFD- rh..: ?"' hW '"". ."""l"'"", ."""""" Director, of Hi.. Sba-.a View I , a
dents ar here today ... urge the ,1 "a ex, rlenc, .-. 1..1 III. "-'I.-,; ; P d or .rr ,U ... U I" Hon l.ls.rlc, (his the DIM. day of
county court to route the LaVevlew I.OHT Friday between Jennie Cre.ik r. novated All work guarant. W ur, , ,,,, ..trrrr Bible air., wlthli. J""" A- ".. I!w,,..m..... n
highway through that district rather and Keno one new front axel of W. Donart Phono -tTs-W 12-Jv 1. ",u,,.J rl.-e. o " W IMslrh un!l M KII,KI AT,,U( -
than through Illy. It was Mid the road grader. Finder plow... leave at nn t.tmiial operation nd manteiian... ,, ,- ,,neT f '"
county court ... me4, In the ,,exr f u- fi .-X d r.-ceivo I MI SA.... CO., .hie, am, niiich , , , f , ;. M .
ture with the state highway com-1 . plac, to feed k year around and ,hTl.T,iu . Ho.,r.l of Dlr rs.
mission and their claims for pr.-f.r- FOIt HAt.K-At Hlendale. Ore. 3r. room for more Will ,,.,y more than Hhi proporilou of any expen.se Incur- , V- 1V....1
ence were made In order lo bring , . Hft.en acres In cult . sub- n I Ivlng ami HI'S oil lnvesime.il H- rhy ,h Cnlle.l Sla(.-s Hi reguladng "J' ...' '
them before the commission
The board Is arrlvlne at a conelu.
1 lon to reject the returns of the elec
tion felt xr.ry keenly the responsl-
LUMBERMAN KILLED ""'ty of their position a. dlrectcr, of
' the county school district, especially
V. R. Ottrirfof lrdforl-KIUlVinio"bVcau of" the recretablM eourseh
Sixth Stir of llilrago Hotel pemued by several persons who wrrvltbe auxiliary ak the patronage of Cr,.MCeiit Apply next door
apparently t extremely Interests In
CITV HiairTIFl'l, IIKNKI'IT
Proceeds from the. film play.
"Home Keeping Hearts," which will
be shown at the Liberty theatre
Tuesday afternoon and evening un
der Ih.. auspices of the women's
auxiliary of the chamber of com
'Irrigated by springs. Spring water tiring, cheap with terms M P Cop-
j piped in house. Klght room huuse, pock. Matin, Ore 1 r.-2U
some, iiirniture. gooii range, etc Cam
the water level of Cpp.T Klamath
Lake ami the pri portiotmte part of
..... ...... .. ....ii, 1
ll.. ....... I ....,! I... I ..... Allf'tni-' TI(AVll."ll Will ...... '" ". ".,,,.". ...H.nnKt. upon
.., .,....u.. , .......... 1 -.. ,UR -.. -...- , K unial 1 Project iiiui e nec.-ssar
Hlmalyas. peaches and almond also anvtime. anywhere Itomonahlo ... .... ,,. , ..'
.... ,.,..1.. . I ..o... VI ,,t.. RC.O.I ?.. '. .'""-"-. "I'-R MI III,'
nut,,. H(l'r. a.,. r. ,. .in-, ...n,', " - " ...
harrow, plow also garden tools, plac,, -
all fenced, lots of wood, plenty out- FOIt HALF Old papers, suitable for
sld,. range, 14 mile,, (o town, high underlying linoleum, carpel, etc,
school, good road, 2 miles from Pa- wrapping and parking. Ten cents a
clfle highway. 4 mile from saw- largu bundle. Herald office. tf
mill Price 12500 Will give, terms
J 2rt- Jy J.
lo. 17. 21
Klumath Project caused by the
. rk provided for in said .-outran
The men of the Knrreil lliiitl
tiiirrh will meet u,U ..vcnlug at s
0 lock in the ussembly room 2i",
CIIICAOO. Juno 2C- F 0 Owen
prominent lumber dealer of Med
fold; Orexon, plungid to death from
the-Mxth floorof a Michigan boule.
var.l -hotel here early today With
his uncle. S. K. Owen, of Portland.
he had been a guest at the hotel
for two days, and had planned to
atart home today.
The police, were unable lo deter
mine whether death was accidental
Ii. K. Anderson, secretary of tho
John S. Owen Lumber company,
who utvompanled 'Owen and his
uncle. an hotel Irivestigatdrs, said
Owen stumbled -igathst the wlndcw
s'creen,TorrlnK It out
TDPl TUlMtC. USEVlt
AT 1W MOP Of TM' HKT VMMtUttl
(Mi womc-Cssikvmi' vrr
WOMt"tt.ve HIS UOMC TOWU,
KIISMP6R AM NOV)
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s-curing theelectlnn of the partic
ular camlldair or candidates that they
1 refer to the article written by It.
C. Spink, appearing In tho Satur
day Issue of The Herald preceding
the election, 'and which furnished
the basis for the allegations hy others
that the article was Inspired as an
attack on thn Protestant and that the)
Catholics were endeavoring to se.
euro -control of the county nehool
hoard. This propaganda wa, spreud ,
through tho district Sunday warning)
the voters to beware of certain can
didates, and to -vote for ihotie that
were rafe. On Monday, electlr.n .lay.
the chief topic was whom does this!
1 imd tbat candidate stand In several
' of tho precincts lists were handed
1 around with thp namca of the randl-1
dates that were recommended. Those!
whn were nt Ihn polls know Of the
seridutnes with "which the propagan
da was taken, it has within It the.
possibility of disastrous rsult.i. It
would har betn a very simple mat
ter to hava ascertained which can-
' dldalcA were Catholics and which
(were Protestants, granting It wa a
'proper Issde. which It decidedly was
' Therit'has been umplo tlnio since
'ihn election for iboxe whn were re-1
, (ponslble'for tho Insidious rumors, to
I have! mad., retrnrtlons and acknowl
edged 'their mistake, for the reason I
i that'lt wax a mtstak.t or ehe u pur-'
j poseful mttlatement, u there are,
no Catholic, on the present board.
and apparently only onu among the I
'12 nominees whose names appeared,
on tho -ballot. One of tho strong I
merre, will go t,, aid the auxiliary '.Selling owing lo death In family .KAI. CAIt HAIHJAIN Ono l'20
In Its work of planting trees aml'F QX Hart. Talent. Pro S3.2'J Chevrolet .Sedan, guaranteed A I
... . ' rnndltlon. new tires. 1122 llr-nsr.
carrying out a systematic plan for,KOU tl:.T-Nlre little 4 -room run less than B.nno miles Inumro
beautifying tho city MerubeN f ' house, parity furnished. $15 lf.2t Im ek Sales ft Servlru Co Phomi
22-2S' IT., W "tf.
th.. public at these performances.
pointing out the luiHirtanif of aid
ing the cily-beautlfill program
Fourteen-foot macadam road from
Fol-r to Casradla assured
for fatter operation
CaiolMutblng Oil for sf.
thorough il.sning and
ZioUn foi 1011.CI i
filllnj. Ixk for th sign.
STANUAKU Oir. COMHAIIV
DOES SHE SMILE ENOUGH?
When she learns of the conven
iences, she will be satisfied with
nothing but electricity in her
Why do thousands ue electricity
When el 11' trie cleaner-, rott J.VMHI and
i:ir. trie Irons cost SU.IHI and furl ln-al.il
Automobiles HKI.OII tit SI.IMHI.IH), wlier
n liorse mid bngg) ssls Moll. 00';
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THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER
Whnt do you say! Folks -
What do you say!
4 Big Days July 2-3-4-5
It's A Wild West Show
LET'S GO! LET'S GO!
A round-Up Carnival and Celebration An Exhibi
tion of Daring, Skill and Hor.senian.ship
HuckiiiK Contests - Harelmek Riding ju ,
DoKKinjr -- Wild Horse Races
RACES! RACES! RACES!
All Classes of Hoives, Novelty and Relay '
Athletes, Ladies and Children's Sports, Dancing'
Kvery Night, Open Air Pavilion
Popular Prices. No Robberies
Conn Knjoy Yourself in Wood River Vallev, the
Prettiest Spot God Made
Rring Your Blankets Acres of Clover to Sleep on '
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
SHOPPING AT THE CORNER DRUG STORE
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