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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Supreme W.illn Shoe
tonvctfy Guides tl.a 'Joot
V W. C.A.
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II.. w. Ml J.
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
8 BivS I'lln
Kvarm. Mr. ntnl Mm. t P,. Jay andlO'HENRY'S TOWN
Mr. ntnl Mm. Curl OcIiuJiorl Jr.
wet," liohtM mi Wednesday or tliln
iwyjlc nl a dick dinner, ilio iiri'iiiiliiii
being their Nix'oiiil wedding nnnlvor
nry Cowim worn In til for Mr mill
Mm. (,'iu I Hchubort Hr Mr. and Mih.
WIIIIiiiu ('liiiyno mill two miiiih, Wll
llnm nml l.eliiwl, Mr. it ml Mm, W. II.
Mcl'herron, Mlns IVnrl llfilnn, Mint
(lliiil)M Motakur, John Hchuhort, nml
Pro.ldlo I In ton.
Tliu woinui of Hid H(. I'nul'n PplK
copal (Inllit met l luiritdny of Inst
week nt t It homo of Mm. (). I.
I llurko nml nlmii; with thn other liusl
milt tnlii'ii iii tlm ndvliuiblllty of
holding mi apron pari)' waa discus-
Jr.inl. Piintl from tlm Halo of tlm up
runs Houiii go toward innr new
Mr. and Mm. IJ. M. Chllcntn wern
Ilmnl Tuesday evening ut n dinner,
honoring t tn Itov. ami Mm, X, J.
t'huney, wlio nro IrnvInK noon for
Young wonim of thn rlly nrn en-
Joying a intw nrlUliy l Ms full with
tlm opuulug of tliM-HwItiiinliii; dink to
tlinm exclusively Mumlny evenings.
I. nit Monilny wan the first night for
tliitin xwIiiih mill wiik enjoyed liy a
Inrgn number of kcIiooI teachers anil
other young women of llio city.
Tlm Wotnnns' Missionary Bocluty
of tlm Pieiliytiirlun (lilirrli held ltd
miniinl go(ogolher luncheon TIium
ilny In tlm lmrcli purlorM. Lunch
eon wnn hitvmI lit I o'rlork to 30,
i;u(h(n who W!ri'n'ntcl aroiiiul Intilcn
ili'coruli'il In a )inifiilun of rcil nml
v.illnti? iitdtimn flnii..ir.i l.if .ipH(irtrml
' ''-" UVI,
with Kri'ciiK, AftiT Hid Boclnl llmoj .,.
tlm Inillcii niljniirnpit to tlm fln-i
ii on. Cllffent: Mm,
Mr. ntnl Mm. CHiirtPM II llonsu, Mr. I
mid Mm. O. Drown; Mr. arid Mm.
Prank Kvntin, Mm. J. J. I'nrliur, Mr,
anil Jlrn. Kroit Cofor nml ilnUKlitc
llt'lnti anil Itulli, find Mr nml Mm
Tlio Ton Cup cluti of tlm Motlioiltat
rlitircli mrl on Tliiirf.i'ny afternoon
nml imHBiul a very ilcnnnt nftrr
noon. Tlm affair wan In rlmrno of n
cmiimltti'o romporcil of MckiIaiiiob I.
Ilrailfonl, i:. M. Clillrntn. K. i:. Hcn
ilrlcld ami (IcorRo 1). Downing,
Tlfurmluy uIkIiI ' llilt wcok Mm.
('. II. llroun nml Mm. (IcorKn I..
Korxu cro Joint lnnlcMa nt an
uvciiliiR lirllc! party. Dainty re-
I'ulitiicntii worn pr''il nt tlio clono
of tlm Knmuii In ronniH mnilu lovely liy
Christian Science Society
(IK UI.AMATII J'.M.UI
l.ltunry lllilu., tlnl nml Main
SiiiiiIiij Krlioul from lll. ( lOil.t
Kiry Huniliiy .Morning
Kiiijtc for Mlipilii), HrplrnilxT It I
l'ni iriiillitj. tiMiiu nml frrn loud.
ItitS lllimry npcii from 2:JI to
t:.'tl) p. iii, mi Tui'tilii), Tliuri-
l.i)n nml Knluril.i)n
Sunday, Sept. 24
Arrliilraioii Dr. It
Itctiirnltii: from tint I'nrtl.inil
Convi'iitloii oiirouti to hU l.oiiii'
In I'omixylv.ini.'t ulll Npcilt
llolv I'oniiiiuiiloii in 30 A. M.
.Mnniln,. Mormoii II 00 A M.
i:nnliiK Horvlci' h 00 P. M.
AT I. n. ). P. HAl.t,
Place room whrro nftor IIrImiIiik tofn f()Wlir nl ,.rcrni,f Tho KWKta
n iKHKlitrnl nolo ny .mm. lion c;,
Tliotnaii, regular Itiltdnoim w.ih tnlcn
Tlm llnppy Hour rluli will nirnt
on Tui.'iidiiy of next wcok nt tlm homo
mt Mm. Jcnnln Hum, 439 I'lno
A unliiin nml Intnrr-atliiR affnff of
tlm weak wnn tlio homo hiirvcit parly
rIviii liy Mr. nml Mm. Hid Kvnns nt
tliclr ranch a fiw mllcn out of town
to n Inrno niimhor of tliolr frlomli.
Prom the corn hunks nml pumpklni
uni'il ni drcnnitlonn to tlm fried
chlckmi nml olhiT ilnliitlia Hint np
pi'anil on tln iiu'iui, eryllilni: v.iir.
KroMtt uit thu Kvunn' ranrh, Tlm
i:umI loft town licforn iIIiiiht Prl
day uleh( drlvlnir out In ram. Whon
Ihoy arrived they wrro niton n Into n
I homo uWornti'il with corn hiulcii,
tuimpklni nuil cauilha, hy thvlr ho
j ti-Hrt nml linnl. After thn li'iiiiitlfui
, illiinnr, cardn worn rnjoyod until n
' Into hour hy llio foltowliiK cucata:
Mr. and Mm. I., llrndford anil (laugh
tiT, Mary Kllen: Mr. and Mm. Perry
ALWAYS AND THEN SOME
Thn mti.lll lioy'n di'fliilUon U not ro had. "KvirlantlnR" la nil
t hut ut know of tliiiicpliia. It iippllm only to Cod, lluin.in orhlnvo
mrnta ilccy: only (toil In u:irliaiiRlni;. hM prlnrtplits ivirlaitlng.
If you wnn' a lirlpcr v. ho iiout fjlln Ho up with thu ovorli'ntlng
Plr't of n aormon i7rlrH of llirm on "Kvcrl.iRtlnga" U n. m.
"Tho nvcrlpatlmc doil," Id a in, Hund.iy Hrliool h p, m, I'ulou
HhtvIcch nt M. I: churdi,
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Sixth and Pine Sts.
AltTllflt I,. NICi: Mlnlmcr
First Baptist Church
Rev. H. E. Marshall
of Kimuxllli', Cut.
Mill occupy pulpit nt
zmaro mm !! mmm wmmm r,v
11 A. M.
upon till occasion wore! Mlaaca
Clara Cnlklna, Ploronio Pfltugcn
I.nroltit Jrnnlnga, Ittihy Pcnwlrk,
Alien lllnckford, Kllzaticth Koya,
Charlotto Huntley. Mosilamea N. T.
Nolaon, Horace Manning ami T. A.
Tlm P. K. O. Slaterhooil mcl with
Mm, Bid Kvnns Tuoaday cloning for
a aoclnl time. Tho huabanda and
friend of thn member wore preacnt
and n moat enjoyable avenlm; waa
paaied playing f00. During tlm
roiiMo of thu party MJaa Wnlvo Drew
gavo an account of lior yrar'H Aojourm
In tho Hawaiian Inland, Illustrated
by numeroiia l(turcfl alio had collect
nl during that time.
Tlm Arl NVel0 Work club apent
a profitable nml lulcreallng after
noun nt thn homo of Mm. Prod Fleet
Tuesday of thin week. Thla la one of
tho oldeat cluba In thn city, having
been nctlro for 12 or 13 yo.iM.
Mm. W'Ji: McMillan waa hoatora
at n f.irowell dinner Tucaday night
honoring Mm. Prod Wygant, who ex
pects to leavo October 1, for her now
linmn In Salem. Present were: Misses
Pearl Collins, Anna Bcofleld, Payo
Writ, Kllzabeth Sulllan, Mm. II.
Druhnkcr, Ployd McMillan and I.co
Knrourago tho rearing of batter
babies. Attend tho baby clinic In
I tho American legion rooms In tho
t.N'tw Main St., court houso next
j Tuesday. Currln Sava So. 23
MTHOPOMB, 0 Bept, 23,Mlh.
ojiollana of O. Honry fame, charac
(era upon whom ho loved to dwell In
facetious manner, nr no more, hut
It hris thn nnmo "hualncai district",
thn annio four -clliirchra and Its ntonn
qunrry remotely rcacmbllng an Indun
try. You will look In vain for I.lth
opolls In tho railroad tlmo tnblea,
but tho paling fences on Columbus,
Houtli and Main streets do not bar
Tho vlllagc'a acenlc nlmosphcnJ
linn changed hut little In tho years
that Iiavo paaacd alnco O'Henry'a
"I.cttera to Mthopolla" wero Inspir
ed back In 190.1.
Tho recipient of thcao lettcra waa
Mica Mabel Wngnalla, whoso mother,
Mra. Heater Wugnalla, and grand
mother, Mra, Mary AVIllla nro bur
led In tho beautiful llttlo cemetery
"on tho hill on tho roadout of
Mian Wagnall's father, at one time
a Lutheran minister, la tn senior
member of the publishing firm that
tears his name. Mlas Wugnalla now
la Mm. Itlchard Jones of Now York.
Alia Jtingkurth, thn "tombstone
lady," la In Columbus. Thu Willis
homestead, whero Mabel Wagnalls
visited, has burned down and tho
Lutheran chuth. which adjoined It,
Is building a parsonage on Its alto.
Tbo drug atom la still operated by
I. H. Dennett and "Indulges In lit
erature, on tho sldo." Tho butcnor
and barber abopa still graeo tho
"business district" and tho post
offlco remains tho social center of
Ono objection Ik voiced over tho
statement In tho preface ot tbo let
era by Mthapolls poople that wfrlt
cn by Mablo Wagnalls saying "a new
houso Is never added. Itather than
do this, peoplo leavo tho town, or
dlo It Is cheaper."
Ulbopolls people aro proud of
their town for Its stimulus to tho Im
agination of a genius even for so
brief a period and they aro proud'
ot their former townspeople that sq
became noted. They live here be
cause, they Jovo tho town, they do
I clarc; tho gravoyard on tho hill Is
i held In rovcront osteon), and thoy
I Hood Illvcr iSO.000 being spent' tell you thnt when they dlo, no mat-
In.h.tl.lHM (, fin -. ... tit l.l.a.i '
' tor where, they'd like to come back
Kelailover llrm., unld onn cnrlond
of ryo crnfn to Martin llros., lanl
Volschntscr Itroi. have finished
cutting Ilngolatoln's grain and have
started cutting for I toy Cox. , ,
(leorge, Karl and Paul Krausn
came over from Klrhy, Oregon to
help 8. Master-.! nut tip hay. '
A great many duck hunters took
ndv.intago of tho opening of! the, j
season last Saturday and n number ;
of ducks hogged near here.
'John and Pred Jf.igelkteln have
been hauling grain for tho last fow
Mr. and Mm. John Hagotsteln
were In Klamath Palis Saturday on
Honry Ketsdcirr was 111 last week
and was unable to cut grain for a
At the LIBERTY
distinct parts for
the first t-m? in
AN EXCEPTIONAL PICTUPE
This one is unusual. Mr.
Sale is a "Scream". Con
tinuous show starting at
Sunday afthe LIBERTY
An increasing, life
long Monthly Income if
Totally and Perman
ently Disabled by acci
dent or disease.
tjjoo n month during first C
yearn, Sl.tO during next f
years, 200 thereafter for
life. No further premium de
posits. And then fio.ooo nt
your death to your benoflc
lary, or KO.woo If death, nt
any age, la accidental, pay
able In a aln'glo sum, or as In
come for a term of years or
for life. Total disability last
ing 3 mouths regarded ,- dur
ing further continuance, as
of New York
Is the oldeat legal rencrvo Ufa
Insuranco Company In Amer
ica and Is one of tbn greatest
and strongest In the world.
In tho more than 79 yea
of IW history it has paid to
pollcyholdera and b'ncflctar
les approximately Oao Bil
lion, Hevcn IlwuJml am-ThUty-alx
It Pays to Investigate
GEO. C. ULRICA
THE LIKE 1N8TJKAXCE MAN
111 South Fifth St
Phone 373-W -Klamath
The City With Future of Progress
An opportunity to invest a small amount of money
in real estate which will soon be part of an active
business city the Greatest Mill Town of Klamath
CHILOQUIN is destined to become, tho great
mill town of Klamath County. Of all Chiloquin "West
Chiloquin" promises to bo the center of this rapid
WHY? It is situated along the west -bank of
tho Williamson river gently sloping southward to the
waterfront; It i3 provided with pure water and there
is no pollution by drainage from any undesirable sec
tions; the main road, rock-surf need and well drained,
passes through tho townsite.
THE ONLY SCHOOL in the Chiloquin com
munity is at West Chiloquin ; iti is less than ono thou
sand feet to Iho S. P. depot. Today houses to rent
aro in great demand, and industries aro needed and
will soon bo underway.
The long waited for opportunity has arrived.
The place for Homes and for Business.
Desirable lots aro now being offered for
$150.00 AND UP
And there are very few UP lots. You can purchase on terms if
This sale will last only 30 days from this date: All this
property will be higher next spring when active building starts.
Then the more desirable lots will be sold this fall.
Get in now while this property is DIRT CHEAP.
Office on townsite is now being erected. See me or write
R. C. SPINK, Owner
Postoffice, Chiloquin, Ore.
The saw milling industry is the largest asset to this towa
and there is ample assurance that it is only in its infancy. There
are now four going prosperous mills.
But mills are not all the industries that adjoin this towa.
There are large farming, cattle raising and dairying iaUreeU
Many train loads of logs are cut in this vicinity and hauled
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to mills in other places, some ot tnese mills will asove te wc .
Chiloquin.. - x -,
This is the paradise of the fisherman and the greate x
place for a summer home in this county.
). -v -V ,,
H Chiloquin mills will run all winter as Williaaweei river 'itfT
this point never freezes over. The only place in EastsW Ovg a.f"
or Northern California wiiere naturally open bmu po csitf
maintained. ,f '"f " "'