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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
WKNNIWIlAY, OI'I'OIIKII U, HlUll
at Taeem Meet!
wh., Oct. ac
ill program o( the
l'HClflo Northwest Foreign
council, which mcU hero
Slier 14 and IS, Include James
re), president of Iho National
it trado council, mid O. K.
secretary of the national
Fnclflc Northwest council wiu
cj1 last jrNir to faellltato de-
Jcnt of foreign trtfe Inj this
J 8nn Francisco delegation was
H.M.I ll.n. Iflakolt. tft.ll t. '.t
Ijbvu, unit ixiuiiiiiiii raim nun
giny modern tii-lo-?bite Mores,
jnlly (I nm Moron, ' Cnrrln say
ertlilnt part. Try II sad sm.
he Oregon Fire Re
That G. D. Grizxle
as been appointed as
went for Klamath
Md have your attention,
ol weather and storm
ce prices up.
pur fuel is the best, our
,ces are right on Slab,
bcks, Body and Tama
ck. If our business is solicited.
. Peyton & Co.
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Now Vork'a underworld will lie
shown at Tho Strand tonlRht when
"Midnight Hnmbnls" with Mnrlo
llnro nml tlodfrcy Tenrlo la ahown.
Thli Is a alx reel, feature tcturo
which will reveal many Interesting
thlnM of tho night life of tho great
at .city of tho world. Now York.
There will also be a comedy nnd
the cntlro charge a nee the show
will he but ten centa to everybody.
It'a really a fifty cent ehow to
night. Sunday the greatest picture of the
year will bo at The Strand. It Is
Hoy Gardner nnd his fiitlhful nnd
patient wlfo In n reproduction of
Rome of tho scenes of nardncr'a out
Sunday's show will also Include
Noal Hart In "Tangled Trails." n
great atory of tho Canadian wood
and the wild country of the north ,
i hi not mis una sreat iliow Sunday
A well-known critic, speaking of
"Ten Night In a narreom" says:
"To my mind, ai an old movln fan
and theatregoer, the cutstandlnR
feature of the atory la the pathetic
alght of the little Rirl sent to the
Inn to brine back tho errant father.
This never falls to mora audiences,
no matter what kto-J of production
la offered them. Tho simplicity cf
chlldren'a characters always strikes
homo and the thctno of "Ten NlRhts
In Barroom" emphasise this fact.
It la trade for one to say that one
has looked on the action In real
"There la humor In "Ten NlRhts."
In act, 'humor at Ita bust. 1 hare
heard laughter at the comic aide of
the play! I aar also heard aobs and
"la this picture little baby Ivy
Ward for a time carries tho entire
production on her small soulders.
"Those who so to see this picture
will bare a treat entertainment,
many thrills and some charmlnR
sentimentality. They will see John
Lowell, ono of tho greatest screen
artists of all time, hard working
Yon will enjoy this picture which
la shown at The Liberty tonlfht.
Currlni for draft
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.., LOU ARENS Secretary
WANTKD Mini or boy to pile
seven corda of slab wood. Inuulro
Herald Office. 2S
LOST tWVst of Klamath Full, 3
plecea of Mention bookenae. Finder
call filT. v 3R.26
WANTI2I) Hy mother nml ami, posl
tlon on ranch. All nniiiitil handy
man. Hox XYS5, HcrnKl Office:
WANTKD .Motor trucks
lumber. Telopono 36.
FOR ' nKXT Orto hnusckeopInK
room also ono MeeplUR room, r.24
Klnmnth Are. sr.-Itl
Foil flAl.K ItoomltiR nnd Hoarding
House, close In Phono 378-W.
NOTICK CATTLKMKN HlU In Hly
district, priced for quirk sale $.
an acre. (leo. llollownll, 1319 John
son St. -!"
WANTKtl TO HUNT 5 or fi-room.
well furnished house. Address
llox 733. Herald Office. 3S.27
FIRE HAZARDS TO
BE MEET SUBJECT ,
of flro hatards In Califor
nia mines will he discussed at con
ference here of mine operators, mine
employes and all others interested
In mine safely. The conferenco was
called for Tued.iy, October 21 by
the California tnte Industrial acci
Preparation of saftly orders will
follow the conrerente. It Is ex
pected. The public nt largo hni
been Invited to attend In person or
to mall their recommendations or
suKRC'tton In the milter to the
Tho commission has ordered
monthly drills to be held In mine
In California where' fire haxards ex
ist and nil employes- must bL. In
structed a to their duties In the
event of a mlno fire. Another re
quirement Issued by the commis
sion Is that superintendents a Mil
foremen shall see to It that nil un
derground employes are famlHnr
with mlno exists and keep n record '
of the monthly flro drills In the
offices of the different mines.
You do not have to lo wealthy
to owji a phonograph, wo will ar
range terms to suit your earnings.
Currlni for drugs. 2."
For years the people of Klamath Falls and Klamat h County have waited for deliverance from the killing
load of domination by a single railroad. I'i' VI" 'lilftfcyyi'f"'TTr
The Supreme C6urt of the United States, on May 29, 1922, gave us the long-prayed for means of
escape by holding the Southern Pacific UNLAWFULLY in' exclusive possession of our rail facilities in
Klamath, and ordering that our county be thrown open to competitive railroads.
This decision is being resisted by the Southern Pacific, the Lumber and Box Industries of Klamath and
'the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce. v
The report of the Railroad Committee of the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce recently made
and which was adopted by its Board of Directors, reads: .. i ZLl Ml .("L'.'SF !i
"We are unanimously of the opinion that it will be to the best interests of the State of
Oregon for the Southern
"San Francisco, and we recommend that th c Klamath County Chamber of Commerce
" so inform the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Southern
So far as the Chamber of Commerce, .the Lumbe r and Box Industries and the Southern Pacific can
accomplish it, the people of Klamath are sold into sla very to the Southern Pacific.
Will you people of Klamath submit to have these three, with their referendum of 60 votes, decide the
fate of 20,000 people, who have as much right to a place in the sun as has the Lumber and Box Industry?
IT IS UP TO THE PEOPLE TO DECIDE1 'V"VMMHHH'
Come to the Mass Meeting at Scandinavian Hall, Friday evening, October 27, at 8 o'clock, and hear
full discussion, and then vote your own will in this ma tter. , . Vt j,fc 1M(
Tommy Burns Claims
m HaVe Diabtered TAf
Another "White Hope"
LONDON, Oct. SS. -Tommy
Hums, ex-henvywelRlit champion,
claims to hnvo found n now "whlto
hopo" In Hubert Head, n gigantic
Irish youth who linn lived In Scot
land alnco he wna 12 yeata old Head
Is now 21. llo Is 0 feet Mi Inches
lull, wetRhs nearly 201) pound nnd
linn a re.ieli of 81 Vj Indie, "!&
Inches morn (linn IVmpncyV.
In i photoRrapli mint to Tho
Dally .Mall, the llrttti.li velornn's
find towers nbovo liliu; llrtrn head
reaches only to Itond'a shnuldeia.
Itced tins u good nppearuiice. nn nth
Ictlc build, and I gnlulug fight ex
perience In the roiiKb mid tumble
life of the Kugllsh trnXelllng hoxliir)
show, n ramlllar slRhl at any small
town c.u-nUnl or country fair
lluriit sny that ho hat tried Head
out null that ho Is not disappointed
In him. 'Lust year lleud won Iho
uinatenr western district champion-
ship In Sootland." ald Hums ""' '
la ii unlet, Rcnllemaiilly boy, nml of
r.mra.i nneds n lot nf exiierleiiriM
Only time ran tell whether he will
Nevada Governor Is
Booster for Highway
SAN FltANCISCO. Oct. 2."nTmi
thousand Nevndans, In other worls.
ono eighth the entire phpulatlon of'
thn Sageburush stnf come to Sai
Francisco each year and go homo
"broke," (loveinor Kintnet II. Ilnylo
of Navndn declared here recently nl.
a meeting called to further tho cause
of the victory transcontinental
Governor lloyle and tlovernor
Chnrle.s It. Mnbey of Utah have
promised to help In tho work. The
victory highway. It Is planned,
would cross Utah nnd Nevada nnd
bring tourists Into northern Call-
Already. It Is said, the road
Is stretching out from Hio east, head
ed for the west. Tho road is ex
pected to bo completed, but not
paved, in two years.
Currlni sell alarm clocks.
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develop Into a real champion. The. ,..,,,,...,.,.. A ,. Y.i.l..n ' low nine 27fi M . red fir U7fi.M . SV
experience with tho tr.welllnt: boxliiK Notice Is hereby Riven that I wlll.l NU.'. yellow pine 2o M., red fir!
show, which ho Joined nfter winning. , on tho 1st day of November. l'J22. 1," ' . ?1IC 'A ?1.W 'i;.J '.'"'LVl '!', ""'."I
ii. nmnimir .hiiniilonslilii certain- "t " '"" ,,,,or "f t, 0,,l court-' :N'-. red fir fit) M., N U NWU. ! ,
ho an .Hour .hamplonsblp rertntn ( Klomalh Kails. In mild, l I'ln- 300 M red fir K.) M . Si:i '
ly wont do him nny harm county, nt 2 o'clock In the afternoon ' N ( , yellow pltm 310 M . red rlri
' I of said day, sell, nt public miction, lo . J "M Y ' NW U . yellow plno .300
vs. People of Klamath County
Pacific Lines to control the
NOTICK OK HIIKItll T'H MAM!
A. . .iTMW'W'' '
IN tlW ClltCtHI' COUHT OK Till!
STATK OK OHK4ION roll THK
COUNTV OK KLAMATH
milted Mates Fidelity and Ounr
nnly Company, Mihstltuttnl to tho
ilKhls of A. 0. Yndoii, Plnlntlff,
A. Ivlnuey nnd Loiiu llnrkltural.
and Hulled Slates Fidelity nnd Hilar -
nitty Company, surely on appeal Do -
Hy Irluo of un execution nnd
order of salo duly Issued by tho
clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
County of Ktnnuith, Stnlo of Oregon,
dated tho 2iith day of September,
11)22. In u rortnlu action In tho Cir
cuit Court for said County ami Stale
wherein A. C. Yadeii, na plaintiff,
recmered JiulKinent iiKiilnst A. Kin -
nev. Lemi llnrkhlirst. nnd United
Stale Fidelity and liuurniity Coin-
puny, as aiitety, for tho sum of $ii7R
lo, with Intereit nt legal rate from
May ID, 101 , and for tho sum of
xsm ;mi, nun interest tiiorcon irom " i,,ri"'ii """ i-nnnm m inn roii",
Seplembor 27, 1D20, at the rale of 'd States, usoctntous of such cltl-j
six per cent per annum, mid J!7.0ii,'''ns mid corporations orKiiuUed tin-,
cost on nppunl. with Interest thereoii ' dor tho laws of the 1'ulted Stales nr
from May 24, 1922, at tho rate of six ',v Tur' "'miory or iiisirin mere
per cent per minimi, nnd $10 00 uc- " n' 'pun npiillcnllnii of a iiual-
cruliiR costs with Interest thereon
ffnAi Aiiill-tt t t l'l'' nt tlm rut it nf
V'. '"":, , ' ..,,,.,, " ,,,
ju,Kmcnt wan paid by said surely
defendant, United Slates Fidelity and
tlunriinly Company, and said List
named defendant company aiilirog.it-1
Ithu highest bidder, for rash, tho fol-
ii.u.im. .i...rrii.n.i iii-.iii..rv in. wit.-
I The VH of the SF.U and tho
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nit- . it in mi- ';. " "iv
Jki of the SHU of section 21;
o NKU of section 2S and Hi..,
"U of NWVi of section 27. all
lit township ID south, ratine t2
II. W. M., Ill Klamalli Comity, Ore-
Taken nnd levied upon n the prop
erty of tho said I .en n llnrkhlirst and
A. Kinney, or so iniliti thereof us
may bo necessary tit satisfy tho said
judgment, with Interest thereon, to
gether with all cokM nnd disburse-
.......ft. Iln.1 l.riv., up mm nrrrlli..
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Dated nt Ivlnmath rails. Oregon. ,
Septomber -I-. --
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lly HUltT L. HAWKINS.
When there Is sickness In your
homo and prescriptions to bo filled
your druggist Is mi important mini.
Have you Used earn In his selection?
Currlns for drugs 2fi
Itobertson's Chicken Tiiuinln,
wholesalo and rutall. 1113 Muln St.
No manor who writes your pres
cription, Currlns fill It correctly 23
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Central Pacific lines north of
A'u:' ir.H;;y i ft Ml
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NOTICK OK MALI'. OK (JOVLIIN
(luiienti j.uiui.orrivi. ,
W'o'IiIiikIoii, 1), C HopUiiiilnir R,
Notice Is lieiohy Riven Hint sub
Jert to tho conditions ami tlmltatlotiH
i of tho Act of Juno n, HMO (111) Mut.,
JIM, mill tho liiHtnirtlnua of tho
Secretary of lh Interior of Heiitoin
1 her in, I1U7 (4(1 l I)., 147), Iho
1 timber on the followliiK IiiiiiIh will be
.sold 10 o'clock A, M , Nov, lat., 1922
nt publlii mii-tloiuit tho United Htutea
Land Offlui at Lukevlow, t)riKnu, to
mo niRiie-it iiiititer at not lesn than ;
the oippialsed taluo, as hIiowii by,
lilts notice, Hull) to bo subject lo Mini
approval of the Secretary of Iho In-I
teilor. The puiehnso pi Ice. with an!
aiiitmonai sum or ono-tiith or ono
1 percent theieof, belnr cominlsslons
I allowed, must bo deposited lit time or
"l", money tolm retUnied If sain 1st
Mint iiipioed, otherwise patent will
i"o tor uie uiuner which mum no
removed within ten yenra. Illda will
meii 1'iirriiiinnr, 1110 iiiiiimt on any
legal subdivision will be offered se
parately before lieliiR Included In nuy
offer or n InrRer milt.
T II H.. It, l! H. Sec. I NIJU
Ni:i. jellow pine 410 M.. red fir
"10 M. NVi NI1U, yellow plno inn
. red f r 19MI , iinnn of tho yellow;
Pine timber to be sold for less than
"? I?"r M ' .n'"1 !"mn ,,f ",0 r",,
I Ma I lilt lifts In I... uiklil "n li.d HmH
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''f timber o bo sold for Jess Hum
J '' W M- , T S- " .. Kc. k
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red fir 17. if., red cedar 10 M.. NW
U Ni:(. yellow pine r.r.o M , irdi
fir IHO M SH" Nll'.t. yellow plno
S00 M re, fir I fio M , HVW NHH,
yellow pine 750 M.. red fir ISO M.,1
siiR.ir Pine 40 .M., red cedar 10 M
HKU NVJ, jellow pine 3il0 M . red
fir 7S M.. sugar pltin IT. M..,Ni:'
HKU. yellow plno 4,o M., red fir
! xo M.. SW'W HW'i. jellow pine. 4on ,
I M , red fir 210 M . nono of tho yel-
H, reii fir 2to M, none or tho yel-
(lw B ().nr pi, m,)(r ( )(
for less Hum ll.on per M nnd nono
"f "' "' ttr nnd red cedar timber
to be sold for less than $1.(10 pr M
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(mgiieiii win mill.
Conimlsstoner. (leuernt Laud Office.
S 27. O 4.11.1H.25
Ability, sincerity nnd truthfulness
make us dependable drilRKlnts Cur-,
rlns for driiKs 2. '
Itobertson's Clilckon Tainnln,
wliblesalo and retail. 1113 Main St
iCurrlns Com rcmouir. removes
the pain nnd tho cum at tho same
i,i. 11 ft
?y jUf vw(r
ri !r . ctn.tuiiH ir y l
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WM. MARX, Chairman 7yV?;
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AIMIIMHTIIATIIIN' NOTH1!'. )!'
IILINtl FINAL ACCOUNT
i Tin: County couii'iok.thh
sT.vn:,ou.oui:tiu u.oit ula.m-...
ATI I COUNTY
Iii Iho Mullor of tlm I'ImIhIo of
Dpliialm II. Tryon, aoinotliiini
known us K. II. Tryon, Dcrontied,
Notice In hereby nlveu Hint I huvo
riled my I'luiil Aicouiit nnd llnpint
mi Admliilntialilx or lint Knluto or
Upliiiilm II Tryim, deceased, iilnl Iho
uliove entitled Vulllt linn (Ixed Moil
dny, Iho 20th day nf Noioinher. A.
I) I!I22, ut two o'cloi'U In Iho nfli'i
noon an tho time mid tho County
Couit Itoniii hi lint Court Hoimo of
KluMiiitlt Oouiity, OIi'hoii. In lliu Cliy
or Klmuatli Kails in) ttio placo,vwlnii. ,
nml valient any piilsoii milv' piesitiit '
any objoctlon or oxrOPtlniL lo tliti v
mullein mid tlilnits contalul'ijtliirei
or to miythlni: doiio by mo (in udniliW
Islrnlrlx, und (hut nl hiiiIi I line nnd
phico tho iiliuvo eiitltlcd Ciilirt Will
finally piiM upon niid set tin until Mm
A li MOMYI'Ilt, ,i;
of Iho Kstiilo ofM
i)0u, lleienied. '
Unhiiiliii II. Tti
ltii II. IK. UK. I nml tl , , ;.
tlfflelal Time (iUeii b) Hiimo War
den to 1'ieteiit Aliesls
Oct. rllit set
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27 ..fi:2:i IM7
28 C!2I itir.
29 15:211 1:11
30 ..:27 4:42
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Mil. WILLIAM MOIHIAN of linn
Krnnclsro, piano tuner, Is innldiii:
his bendiiuarters tor n few days with
tho Hurl Shepherd Co. 7-lt
' CLIN ANNUAL HULL CALL
Klnmnth Falls I.Iks Lodi'.e. No.
1217, will hold lis minimi toll mil
Thursday evening. Otli her 20 All
local lilemberti llfi. reilllesleil Iii Ii
pri'ii'lit Vlnllllli: brnlhers welrouin
lly order of tho CxultiM Ituler
. II H .MOMVHIt Sie'y
t 1.1.0(1 C.LKITItlC
to hi: oivu.n away
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