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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, 3V1.X J I, lIKM
The Office Cat
H Iteilke) wi)m lilulit iiii'ii nuy i
Hiri) Mould Hid' lo die xxlth Ihelr
Jiiinlii mi, lull did you uxor hear n
,l mi) she would Ilk" In die In her
ltU t li--.-.
Mni) 'I'M' Kin fellow ubnnwun
n swell uir llu )ou loir iilioiii' who
own ii car"
J a It i' Atomic '
RceJ Auto Supply Co. or Metropolitan Garage
Tickets also for sale at White Pelican Hotel
'in" l.i. IviiiiiiiiMi r.ili- ii in urrlxe Crater I.ukc In lime
f"i Ik'Ii l,i n C t ti r lil.e I i in uruxe Klumuth Full in
lime ("r illnn-r ,I'i runic c i ion ti;iu I raiir I. ik In Mcilfurd
Packard Twin Sixes used exclusively
WWTKli Winter or xwiitres mid
thaliuhcrmald Phono Eagle Itldgn
Toil lll-.'M Houro loiivciileut for
ttxu families Willi liutti, i:nriii;'
nd hum Phono 337-J lu-ll I
I'Oll RENT Two room r.ildn fur-1
lltshod See Hlek. olflrn 2 Hi llioud,
1011 SALE- lliilldluK IniM mid nit!-
Ins. Will i radn for iIIiiiiioihIh or
vnlue. OfJtio SIO Ilni.ul HI. Hco Dirk
I'Oll 8A1.E- rtienp Nli- little home'
on Conger Ave Pnxuuiont. Phone.
I'Oll HAM: Join the ti.mil Will
Mill n $80 110 Million inelloplinne
ulth lint 0 mid all other ntl.ali
ineiitB for .'0.ou. I.eo .SlinoiiH. Ilox
I.AUV WOI'I.I) I.Ike xiihIiIiii; to do
In nun linme. Leave at 201 Mlrhl-I
run Ave. IIM2-
AltCADK TltANSI'KIt Will mnve you J
mix time, iinyMiiere. Keanoiininii
i:.l'i:illi:N('i:i) Nume nhen en
Klineinelit. I'liolle 17-l-.'i 10-12
WANT TO llfV timlillii liiirmi lie-
teen 11 nnd 12 hiiinlreil llm Not
older Hum ." )enrn. prefer htiick
Muxt lie i;i'iilln mni well liroken lit,
for ii.iddle. Apply Ituxmnl, Hall ho-
lei. Itooiii 212. 10-11 I
WAST!:!)-- Kxperlenie,! hmiil iroiiur.
l'renrh lluuil Laundry 10-12
I'Oll HA l.i:--(lon.l pnxliiK liilNlueHH.
I'rencli Hand Laundry. I"!t N.
Illi HI. I0-I.1
KOIt HALK l.'iii Ioiih of natural
Ire ut l.'i.OO In half or one Inn
IoIh, half-cent jier poumr In Hiualler
I ni h. nn dellveiy Call on or tele
phono W. .1 Heifer at Hhlpplmtlon,
im paxeuielut, nfler ri:!IO p, in. Ill-Ill'
Vi)U HAI.i: A-1 WorkliiKinan'H ho
lliil. Kl lieilronuiH. I. niuli niiim,
kliilieii. lohhy, etc. Will tako South
eili Cullfoinlit leal CHtlllu iih part
piVllienl. Adilri'MU HIO .Main St.
I'OJl KALK - Hi lieml of heaxy ln:
KliiK Imi hih. I'lrst clnHii Hhnpe Ail
ilrefiH, M. .1. NjIiiii-I, (iieen Sprlui:.
Nyhnrl Ciunp. "-IS
I'Oll ItKNT- Coiuplelely ruiulxheil
iipniliiiuiit, Lyle AptH,, lith nml
IIIkIi iilB. Tulophoue. 7 tf
A MIDDLH Ai;o lady won hi lllco
hoiiHokeiiiiliiK poHltlon for nlilur
ly touplii, or xx'lilnxvur. No uhjectlou
lo children. AiIiIii'kh, "HiiiiHekceper"
Herald office, Klaiuulh Kallx. S-l 1
WANTKI Skilled or ilUHkllled linx
factory help, (loml xviikoh Apply
nt our officii or phono 70. Pelican
Hay l.inhr. Co. H-12
KOIt HAI.K XII niTtiH of i Icii level
tiottom land, under IrrlKutlon
illtch In LiiiikoII Viillny. 20 cren
meadow, halauco fli'Hl claBM.puatiuo
,iir If ploiiKhoil Ik Hiiltahlo for drain
or iil'iil'ii, free of rock or UrtiHli.
Hmnli hoiiHe, Imru, Kil W"H. Prlro
2,ono. Hco owner, K. II, Hall, 4 ill
N. mill HI. Klniuulli I'iiIIh. S.ll
ToiiI'm aliilillliin nn to unikii 11 110
iiiiii watch, Imi lin round would
ni li" lulled ll it cur," In Die vt-iy
I.M Hunliuiu explains II
Hoiueone loiuplatiis Unit h huh)
iimli iilmonlN iih much im iililn Well
llin baby hints InilKi'l'. anyway
In llm liiiiiiiiu limly If you will use
Truit l('n l'ti'nirliloii for Ithuuuintlsiii
mid (lout li In rlilli uIimih, iilmurd ami
piPIMiHlnriniH. Ill flirt. II In a pity mid
ii Minimi to talk uhoul Itheiimutlsm
mill (lout, milrli Ikiih suffer with II,
either liifliiiiiiuutory, muscular, scla
l U- (ir nn v oilier fiiriii of llhouiiiiitlsm
Trunk's Piescrlptlon fur Kliioinm
IUiii mid (lout hi'IIk for $1 75 This
Prescription IIOKH NOT ruin tin.'
Minimi li. li iiii:h NOT depress tln
heart Kill nil tint muni nnd good
food you wish while taking Trunk's
Prescription It IIOKH NOT rnnttiln
any Mercury, Salicylate of Hoiln, Oil
of WJntei green or narcotics of nuy
kind, lull It absolutely nnd positively
oviirroini'H nuy kind of Itliiiiuniitlniii
nr (linn ,iu ,tirlli VUIIAM 1rilil, iim
YOU WANT? Them In nothing J nut nnj
i (.'"in, nun u in iiiiininniiiiii m gei
'something better It In nlnn nn excel-
ili'lit l.lver MimIIiIihi Kor sale tit drug
stores, nnrli tin III" Star Drug Co, nnd
Whll mini Drug Co of Kluinutli Kails,
TOU RENT Vltely furnished front
room, Imi Hi nnd phone .M 2 N. !'tli
HI S-l I
1-oggliig Shoes repaired. Jack
Croat. Sixth St . off Main. litf.
WANTED--Womnn to tin repairing
nnd tillering half days. I) K M
Cleaning Co. 001 Mnln Hi. I0f
WANTKI) Girl or hiiiiiiiii to clerk
In hlorc and earn for tmokit. Cull
III.OCKS I'Oll Kale, .'i IMI per rnrd
J. N Oulhrle. i;.2
KOIt IIKNT3 room rtirnlicil
llliune. I II i ll I re .'.O.'i N. Utll St. 1 0-1..
KOIt HAI.lv Old papcrn. tullalilo fur
uiuliirlylni; llnoluiini, rarpot. etc.,
nrnpplni; nod purklnK. Ten rent a
lii'rK luinille, lloruld office tf
Kor tiervliu ua
, Knllroiiil MnchlulntH
Hheet Metal Worker
HelpeiH- iill chiHheH.
Under Htrlke ciiiidllliinn hent ex
plained liy Clialrman Hen W. Hooper
of Hid U. H. It. It. I-Jttmr Hoard, In hl
htntemenl of July Firm reading iik
"In Ihlri ciiho the conflict Ih not
hetwenn the emplioer nml the op
pri'Hueil euiployeeH. The pimplo of
Ihlri country, tlirmir.li an act of con
KreHH mIkiii'iI hy rreKldent WIIkoii es
lahllNlied u trlhunnl to decide couill
tloiiii which are HUbmlttcd to It In "
proper manner uxor Hitch illspute. It
In the iIitIhIoiih of thin trlhunnl
MKiilUHt xxlilrh tlm whop irnftH mn
Htrlklui:,'lteKiirillenH or uuy iiuesllon
of llm ilKlil of men to htrlko the men
xxlio tukn Htill.erH plnteH urn merely
iireeptliiK xviikoh nml xxtirklnc conill
tloim preBtrlheil liy n Koverninent
, .ll..... ..I nn, I i.re iinrfiil'inlnir 11 llllllllc
tiervlce. They nro not nrteptlniJ the
xviiroh mill XVIiridllK l-ouuilioun iiiui
nn employer Im Irylni; to Inipoxo. Kor
thin iniiHon piihlle Henl linen t nml full
Kovernmont power will protect the
men who remain In their poiltloim
uml niixxMiien who may coiuo In."
Aileiiunto provimouH have honn
made for tho full protection or nil
nexv empjoyeeri tho samii iih old em
ployeeH xx ho hnxo remained loyally
at work. AppllcantH Hhoulil apply
lo the officii of tho Superintendent
at I'orttuml Union Station, or to the
HHMlHlant Superlnleiulenl lit Hohh-
,,HrB' .T. II. WVKII.
Hen. Mc. Houllicin I'aclflc.
i - '
RED CROWN used ,
ANNUAL ECONOMY RUNS
The Los Annele-s-Yosemite (Camp Curry) Econ- ,
omy Run is probably the most famous event of its '
kind in the motor world. Every year about the mid
dle of Mny, while the snow still lies deep in the
mountain pusses, from 15 to 20 cars start the stren
uous 360-mile run across the interior valleys and up
the difficult mountain roads into the Yosemite Val
ley. Every car is carefully groomed for victory, and 4
driven by an expert. '
And in all the six runs so far held, all cars
entered have used Red Crown gasoline ex
clusively. This year the car making the run on the lowest
consumption of fuel, a Chevrolet driven by Dom
inick Basso, made the entire trip of 360 miles on 12
gallons of "Red Crown" (an average of 30 miles to
the gallon), and a pint of Zcrolene.
The average gasoline consumption for all cars
participating was phenomenally low, This furnishes . '
striking evidence of the continued success of this
company in manufacturing a motor-car fuel of the
highest grade, justifying for six successive years the
unanimous choice of automotive engineers eager to J '
establish the best possible records for their cars.
This year, 18 of the 20 cars entered made the
entire distance on less than 20 eallons of "Red
Crown," although owing to recent rains the roads
were unusually difficult.
Red Crown -paolin is
motor fuel on the market
taint the maximum number of heat units that can
be rapidly and uniformly vaporized in the modern
carburetor and go' into complete combustion in
the cylinders, producing the maximum power the '
engine was designed to develop. 4
Pill at the Red Crown sign at Service Stations,
garages and other dealers.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY ,
Class 1-B for can costing under $900
- DIPPED CORDS
-and lfceiv ji tyhftmoQf, iteconts
The high mileage records of Firestone Cords continue to cm
mhasize tKo fact that Firestone methods are different and better.
Their records, steadily Increasing In number and in mileage
FOtals, justify the Firestone contention that there is one best
wa to build tires. j,
Among the primary sources of Firestcme extra mUeage is
double gum-dipping the satqratlbn ol tho cord plies i In a yat
of liquid gum thus coating each' cord and virtually eliminating
internal heat and friction.
Another Is Firestone air baj curing, with Its 200 pound
pressure, which places every cord accurately and equalizes the
tension. , ,
By blending the rubbers of .deferent rUMai.wki and types,
and by tempering It before mpuug. Soraipnt ha Odd still
Many cord tires aw good a few ari. tetter Firestone user
say one is best.
Those who have already experienced Firestone mileage, have
stopped suopping ana expcrimcimug. ty -- ...
cords standard equipment. Investitive your friends success
with Firestone Cords and buy your nsst tire accordingly.
Come In and get your share of extra mileage.
D. A. KENYON
the rant economical '
today, because it con- .'
Mr. mill Mm. CluiTleit Hnnlllnr pann
ed UiroiiKh Illy on .Monday
I). M McUjiiiiiro, who had hoon
lonklng after liiiHlnesH iiiirvnt In litis
fieillon, lull tor Klamath Kail- on
MrH. Janifjft Ulxon mid ilillUrnii
-pent the r.ftornoon with .Mm, Mnr
Ion Crosn on Wudnostlay.
.ImnnK Ulxiiti hcRnn work nl the
Illy mer.fntiilli. more on Wednetiilay.
Ho wr.h In clinrKu while .Mr nnd Mm.
Karl "Walker spent Ihu evening In
MlfiH i:ila Jean Olxou returned
i home Weilnexilay from Klamath
KalU, where wile had Iwn since her
Mr. mid Mm. Arthur Hnmnker und
mm, went Into Klamath Knlln on
Wednemlay en their way to Vreka
Marlon llarncn u.ih In the Illy cer-
tlon the middle of the week
Mm. Olienchaln poHtponed the club
xvhlth wan to have met with her on
Wednemlny nftemoon, until J'lly 12.
on account of ho many xulti,; u'.xny
for the Kourth.
Mr nnd Mrs. .lumen (Ji.tn, nml
Mm Dalian (ilvun, Mr. und Mrs.
JameK Hiisall and Truman MurrU
left for Klumalh Kail- on Wediwu
duy on their xxuy to Vreka for the
Mr. am Aim Marvin Cronn und
children nnd Jamex Hell and family
left eurly Tliurmlay mornlnK for
Vreku and drove the entire wny th'il
Mr. and Mm. Mike Wallln. xvere
called home suddenly Sunday on hc-
count of their Infant Hon hulni; viry
III xxlth mcuHleK. Little Iluford Wal
tin wu8 very III the latter part of I ho
NOTK'K TO CltKDITOIUJ
Notice Im horohy nlven that M. II.
Spencer has been duly npiiclnted ad
ministrator of the estate of Samuel
Wolf Neat deceased, by thu County
Court of tho State of Oregon for
Klamath County; nnd nil persons
haxInK claims acalnst said estate
are hereby notified to present same
to snid ailmlnlstralor at the law of
fice of ll. C. (irnesbeck within six
mtnths from date of this notice
Dated July 11. 1922
M ll SPI'NCKIt.
Administrator of the Kstntn of Sam
uel Wolf Neat. Deceased
J 11 IS 25 A 1 8
MIIICKOK ll()M SAI.K
Notice Is hereby glxcn that healed
bids will be rcculxed by tho under
signed until the hour or 9 o'clock A.
M.. tho 15th day of August, 1922,
and Immediately thereafter publicly
opened by the bourd of supervisors of
Meadows Drainage District at the of
fice or said Hoard, Iloom 3, Swanson
Building. Klamath Falls. Oregon, for
nn Issue of bonds of said District In
the sum or 1525.000 maturing serial
ly ns follews:
120,000 5 years from date of Issue;
$21,000 C years from date of Issue;
122,000 7 years from date or Issue;
124.000 S years from date or issue;
$26,000 9 years from date of Issue,
$27,000 10 years from date of Issue,
$29,000 11 years from date of Issue;
$31,000 12 years from date or Issue,
$33,000 13 years from date of Issue;
$35,000 14 years from date of Issue:
$37,000 15 years from date of Issue;
$39,000 16 years from date or Issue;
$41,000 17 years from date of Issue;
$44,000 18 years from date of Issue;
$47,000 19 years from date or Issue;
$49,000 20 years from date or Issue,
Did s will also be received nnd open
ed at said lime and place for $350,
000 only of thu aforesaid bonds said
lust mentioned bonds to mature as
$1.1,000 5 years from date of Issue;
$14,000 r, years from date or issue;
$15,000 7 years rrom date or Issue.
$10,000 S years rrom date or Issue:
$17,000 9 years rrom date of Issue,
$ IS, 000 10 years rrom date or Issne;
$19,000 1 1. years from date of Issue,
$20,000 12 yenrs from date of Issue;
$21,000 13 years rrom date or Issue;
$23,000 14 years rrom date or Issue;
$24,000 15 years rrom dute or Issue;
$20,000 16 years rrom date or Issue:
$ 2ii,000 17 years rrom date or Issue,
$30,000 IS years from date of Issue;
$32,000 19 years rrom date or issue;
$34,000 20 years rrom date or Issue;
said bonds to bear Interest nt not to
exceed six per cent (Oft) per annum,
payable seml-anuuully, principal and
interest to be payable nt thu olflce
of the County' Treasurer or Klamath
County, Oregon, or nt the Fiscal
Agency or the State or Oregon In
Nexv York City, at the option or the
lllds are separately desired on
both the xvholo niithnrUed Issue pr
$525,000 and on tho $250,000 part
thereof ns condltlrns may he such
that nt the tlmo or sale thu Hoard
xx III only 'want to sell the $350,000.
Said bonds cannot be sold for les?
ihun ninety per lent of the face
All bids must bu ticiompuuied by a
certified phecki for ; or the par
xnluo or the bonds bid for. and must
The npproxlng legal opinion or
.Messrs, Teal. Minor & Wlufreo will
be furnished the successful bidder
The aforesaid suit) Is subject to
prior continuation of the organiza
tion proceedings und the authoriza
tion of the bonds by thu Circuit Ccuy!
of tho State or Oregon, for Klama.
County, und the procurement or cer
tification thereof by the Oregon ll
rlgutlon Securities Commission,
The Hoard reserves thu right to re
ject uuy mid all bids,
i:. I.. DAVIS.
J U IS 251 S
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Seuli
ed proposals tor constructing or Im
proving tho Klumath-Sund Creek Na
tional Forest Road project located
partly within the Crater National
Forest, State of Oregon, County or
Klamath, will bo received by tho Dis
trict Engineer, Bureau or Public
Jtoaih, II, S. Dopariment or Agrlrul-
lire, nt .110 'ostoffcu n,B iiorl.
InmlrOroKUi, until lo o'clock ; A. M.
on fie 2 1st day of .Inly, U122. al
xvilcli tlmo and placo (hoy will Imi
piihllcly opened and rend. Tho right
Is reierved to reject nny nnd all hld.i
111I nono will ho considered except
thoie from contractors nscurtnlneil
to Im experienced anil responsible.
The length of the project to bo con
structed or Improved Is approximate
ly 20 0 miles and thu principal Horns
of work nro approximately ns fol
lows. Clearing, 70 acres; drubbing
40 ncres, Common Kxriivutlon, (10,.
000 cti. yds ; Itock Kxrnvnllon, 20,.
000 cu yds ; (trailer Work. .IOC sin-
iiuiis, rinismng, n.z miles; Pipe
Culverts. 1,820 llu ft,; Class A Con-
I crete, 7S cu. yds.; Class (J Concrete,
,I!.P. cu yds.. Reinforcing Steel, 7.000
'pounds, steel I liennm (Hauling and
1 Krectlon), K 36 tons; (I lucii Porous
Drain Tile, 1.000 lln ft.; Loose
lllnrnn. 2i cu vils . (!rulw.,l II.. rV
,(iravel SurfncliiK, 17,000 cu. yds.
I Tho Government hns nvallable for
loan to contractors on n rental basis,
eiiulpment ns listed In the specifica
tions. Contractors will state In bid
; the equipment that will bo used dur
j'frtK the construction nnd the mini
I mum time required Tho estimated
rentals will ho deducted from the
total of the construction Items and
' award will he mndo on bid to best
uuvnniage 10 tne itovernmeni rne
work embraced In this contract shall
be completed within I'.O weather
' working days following thu execution
, 01 inn contract oy me secretary or ait-
rlculturo. The contract form and the
' maps, plans, specifications and estl-
1 mates or quantities may no examined
, by responsible contractors ut the
'following addresses; Ilurcau of Pub
j He Koiids. .TIG Postofflce nidg.. Port
iland. Ore.; Forest Supervisor, Med
; ford, Oregon. Plans and specifics
1 IIoiim will be furnished contractors
who contemplate bidding, upon ile-
posit ofn certified check for $10.00
payable to tho Secretary of Agricul
ture uf the United States. Check will
1 be held pending return or plans and
speculations. All proposals must
J bo made on forms and In accordance
1 with Instructions forming n part of
the specifications a novo rcierrcd 10
and must bo accompanied by n pro;
pnsal guaranty In an nmount
nt least equal to five (5)
per rent or the total amount of thu
C. H. PUItCEU.,
J II 12 13 H 15 . ..
NOTICK TO CONTItACTOrtS. Seal
ed proposals ror constructing or Im
proving the Anna Creek. Section 2
National Forest Uoad project located
partly xvlthln the Crater National
Forest. State or Oregon. County or
Klamath, will bo recolrcd bv the
District Engineer. Bureau of Public
loads, U. S. Department ct Agri
culture, at 3 lfi Postofflce nidg..
Portland, Oregon, until 10 o'clock A.
M. on the 21st day or July. 1923. nt
which time and plaro they will bo
publicly opened and read. The rlnht
Is reserved to reject any und all bids
and none will bo considered oxcopt
those from contractors nseertalncd to
be experienced and responsible. Tho
length or tho project to bo construct
ed or improved Is approximately
10.2 miles and the principal Itoma
or work aro approximately as fol fel fol
eows: Common Kxcnxatlon. 15.000
cu yds.: Finishing Earth tload. 1.5
miles; Class A Concrete. 140 cu. vds.;
Class C Concrete 100 cu yds.; Rein
forcing Steel. 13.000 pounds. I beams
(Hauling and Krectlon). 12.5 tons;
Culverts. 240 lln. ft.: C Inch Porous
Drain Tito. 500 lln. ft.: Crushed
Itock or Ornvel Surfacing 24.000
cu yds.. (Irader Work. 573 stations.
The Government has available for
loan to contractors on n rental basis,
equipment as listed In tho specifica
tions. Contractors will statu In bid
the equipment that will be used dur
ing tho construction nnd tho mint
mum time required. Tho estimated
rentals will bo deducted from the
total or the construction items and
award will be made on bid to best
advantage to the Cloxorunient Thn
work embraced In this contract shall
bo completed wltnln 100 weather
working days following the execution
or the contract by the secretury of ag
riculture. The contract form and the
maps, plans, specifications and esti
mates of quantities may be examined
by responsible contractors at the
tallowing nddresses: Hureau or Pub
lie Roads, 31G Postotricu Bids-., Port
land. Ore.; Forest Supervisor. Med
ford. Oregon. Plans and BpeclHca
tlons xx 111 be rurnlshed contractors
who contemplate bidding, upon dc
.,.,1. nt u certified check fur $10.00
payable to the Secretary or Agrlcul-
turo of tho rniieu mates, unec yrm
be held pending return of plans and
...rifimiinns. All uronosnJs must
be made on forms and In accordunce
xvlth Instructions forming a part 01
the specifications above referred to
und must he accompanied by a pro
posal guaranty In un amount
at least equal to nvo !
per cent of thu totul uniount or ,1110
C. II. PUIICKL.U
J 11 12 13 14 15
XOTIt'K TO CUKDITOltH
Notice is hereby given thut tho un
dersigned hits been duly appointed
administrator or the estate or Anna
S. Fisher, deceased, nnd all parties
having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present thu
same to said administrator ut nl res
idence, 131 Washington St.. In Khnv
ath F.i'li, Oreglvi. within M mo:ith
from t'.. j dntn o( i;'; iint'e-i
PaiDl July U :922.
W. S. SLOUCH. Admin,,
Amu S. Fisher. Deceased.
J 11 IS 35 A 1 ' - V 1
NOTICE TO Cltr.DITOIlS
Notice hereby Klven 4batr the
undersigned has been duly appointed
administratrix of the estate of Wil
liam 0. Daniel, deceased, by tho'
Couuty Court or thu State or Oregon
fni i.-luiiiiilt 'nimtu- mi,l TI nnraoas
jiuvlng claims against tuld,o-tnte are 1
notified to preset. same.la'saU ad
ministratrix at tna x.uw.vmib vi n.
0, Groesbeck, Klamath .Vails. Ore
gon, within Hlx'iriontbs from Ike 4ela
or this notice,
Admlnlatrutrlx or the KsUie of Wfl
llam O. Daniel, aoceaaod. 4' ,
Dated June 27. IMI
J 37 Jy 5-1M8-25
tr t 1