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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1922)
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Tlfe EVENING HERALD. KlXMAf H FALLS, '6REG0N
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iiirrnwri'iwnfrrT'riiBiiMriMiii'iiii In i
TlWltHMtY, K'VlOill 'i'l. '
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JMrJamc (Watt and lighter
lJbrotliy,, ami Mr. Merl .Knoit re
timed Jtotrii October If. frotil Klamath'-Fail
.where (hey had gone wlln
Jkck Wall lo be with Mn. VVatu
it, the koapltal where I hey were
WWyini ihHr w(n, John Thomas,
tffftud for tatuiolds.' The Utile
fallow win ietllns along nketr Jack
fstlf relumed home, from' Klunatb
VViln on Mondy,
J Mr. nod .Mr. Jatte nivu went to
KUmatli Kite ITObdSy, 'relumUs
.Mr. tad Mr. ,J!iBr5r DJi7' "vrerit
16 Klanutb' K1U on.-bdiraei Iod
djiy, returning hothe Tveeday. ' , ,
1 Mn and Mr. Walter rOtsibetl were
liilDCM vliltora In Klataaui P.tWV
trio, first of'lhe week. v
J Dallas Given went out after load
ntVain and otherani'l'M H6
Mr. sod Mfi fl. C. Hiker atert-
o on thelKfitarVta (ketr-'koM at
Abland 'Moaday, Tkiii ?ltt.d it
(ha liaraakxr-Pbrkeraaw mill br
.Monday nljrkt'an'd Viai An' to KUm-'
alb Fall Tdetday where 'they ft
pWted to Vtilt -with relative ana.
friend for 'ii fow eUya.- Mr. IlaW
kt wm taken 111 onMhe way.iataa
Wu Ykry nt-far'a' few aay.v They
.Were aceoDrpik1e4 y ur con. Ar
thur HaraaNer, artMfe.rtaWlter W
fir m Klaajath Fall.
I Austin Harden Vie a battue via
Itlor Id (he ftly Miction Tawed? from
Klamath HK ; . 1 ; ..
! Syke llaketker wie Viunt at thW
heme of V. T. Oarreu the (remter
trt of IherwNk:
j. C. IfJritker atay4 .with Mr.
afiii'Mra. Jai Ediall in the'aUrar
of hl parent. ( '
2 Mr. and Un. fioa Alchardaoa at
Mliley were guecte It the, 04fa
Mahktej for a few-.daya tb Utter part
ojftbeweei. They hid. ice vlettlftt
frl8di aad relatlona it fort' KUjb
alii and had aiao Ttlte4 trite? lake.
iWreturiehOBie BeWiif. ;,,
Albert RlehardebD at4 :rak
C heneala, aude abailaeMlrie' ,io
Viematb Fila aid rHrn4;Tre4
tday. ,, . '.,,?.-. .;
I Mr. ase Mre., Arthur lUsaiker' re
tiraeihqaie trota kleiaiafh' rilU
f' i&imiif, V '
iaek ytilti vMt io JUMekraad at
tfeirala ai4Utoea rteeear.
Mr. Roeb ilciatdaou ni ,'Mn.
Iraiua.OiTai Vkltail, Ik, Itf.Meifi
UlbMi Kickardeo. u i Wiulaeat
Mtor li.Bly afciFridajf.
L-J .TtfK . ift-J ..!
ljniMpmw ,)(, ;ciits (fVHiaaL;uirajB
aietwiu JlrtoJ. Aj PArkef e MW fitiMtLUtMt.
wtrditfee but alf reponeil a1 very
ploaeaht oftcruoon, A Itullowu'cii
parly wan planned nml cotnmlUcoi;
appointed, Those MtemllnK. were:
Mm." C W Warren, Mrs. Prnnk
dbenchalo, Mrs. James Kdvill, Mrs.
Janiea ivn, Mr, rn OIan, Mm.
Jamr Dell and the hotes.
Ivan llody, who ha been working
for Walter Cambell for the past two
yeara or utore, and who hud qulto a
latfo bunrh of young itock, eolj his
stock last iwrek ind went with I1I.1
fatherTuid mother iD'Uend where tits
fattier ;has a raheh,
Mr.:vaaa Mrs. jludy visited friends
atidrtU tires-In this section the past
two weeks. !
' Mr. and Mrs. IMri rjmlieer. Sr..
have bee'a .stftylau at the imnte of
Mr. and .Mr.' Jack U'dttsInoVliiR af
tier tlitnVi 'there, while Mr. and MM.
Watts wcr away
Mrs. Mrl Knntts visited at the
botue of J. 8. Watts a few day Oil
Witter Cattbell and tleorKo 'ttdyd
afbQlh-away dellrerfnK their beef;
rattle. , ,
'Mr. and Mm'. Merl Kjlotts Wern
-ftsttofs In Illy OtpRalttrday.
- W. T Rarrett "Blade a bhsWess
trip to Hianiath PalU'Frl.layto'il.'l-.
iiw on iiuiji inrre. lie nxiiecien
ib, bring 'a load of potatoes home
k faai (a Dlton made a Luslnens trip
tb' lktfew sad back oh Satuhlay.
. MM. aW. T.f Rarrett silent Satilr
diynittit at the home of Mr. and
Mm. James IXtnn.
. 'Mr. and Mr. A. S. Connors were
rliltors Id lUy Sunday.
O. W. Howard and diunhtfr
weut to Lakevtew .Saturday after ap-'
pie; returntn'f the s'ame'day.
, Scott Wlrrea visited. Dite Cam-
dl at th Cnnibeil,hVm brer Huif
M . t"i -'
- Mrs. 'JaJkvet Iiwi started, tor Ash-
Ufld the last of (he Week., Mm.
Ball.eipeita to spend1 '('be winter In
AAbltad where they Safe 'tielr twd.
daUlhtsra ahd obo son' In school.
! There waa a meeting of1 the llfy,
rodeo ajac-cladoa Sunday for - tho
bliMtica'ortofi1cn and .to atten'd to
otkir builfceli. '
V Tie; hM. anil' Mrs. 'Delltajt of
BesUty bald rhifretj.serTke b illy
Baiday. y .
- Ksln. Henry wm a'btHlnes visi
ter liftfr MrVSun'ds.Vfturiiiii
j.-IOejtislaFa'lli late Sunday 'dyew-
..riiKed.at the home
Mney and Markets
1'rvSdilcllve urllvlly h'n ItiercAseil
notably dtirlni: tlm past six munttH
(n nil lffi lu'njrir lulUslrl' and In
nearly every stectUm of the twelfth
district, but there has hcen only n
Jnniinry I UK. Culldliu: tliri.tla.tfl
nut (he dlsiVlit coutliuioil nrllve.
I'eililltM Ittuoil ililrlim itepltMiilmr '
were areater lit both number and
Milne Hutu iiiik year iikq. Acenrdlna
Iok at the store for several
the latter part of the week
Mrs. W. T. tiarrett and S.vks
1 lain a Kit had dinner with Mr. ami
Mr. Arthur llamaker Sunday.
Little Imn jean and Marvin Cross,
Jr., were very 111 tw lut of the
KM. Oaiebenr, Jr.. wm a business
visitor In Illy Sunday fdrenoou.
Mrs. Karn tllvan spent Saturday
nnd'unday with Mrs. James tllvan.
I-Jirn tllvan and Frank Obenrtialn
started on u IjujIiiohn trip to llonan
xa, Clilloiinlu and other points Run
day. Mrs. (ieorpe lloyd and rltlldren
vlclled Mrs. Arthur llamaker iAm-
Mrs. Jame.4 (lltau and Mfn.
Frank Obenclwln visited Mrs. James, October !th, were near the lowest M !5cptiiilir. IW2I In the wluile-
sllkht lnereaQ In the ui. of hunk 'to the I'nlted Htutes bureau of lulmr
ertxllt for eommerelal purposes. To- ' Im'ex, wholesale prices of IhiIMIiik '
tal loans and discounts of reinirllne iiaterlaU arc now tfi per nut univ, '
member banks In the laruer clHon iholr low point of Mureh, tails, nliil '
have Increased but Ifi.VJIS.gOO or IT per cent above (ho Keneral level'
6.7 per cent, since February 1st. inf bole.vilo urlees. I
when the Imv point of tli year. (jmH ,.Pllnue.l to b ilti.i lltutoi. '
ISIS.l02.0fi0 was reached. Itedls- ,,.,,. , r,(ll1 .,,, , wln!l.H0,
rounts of these banks nllh the fed- the aliio of sales of .11 department I
UIUI ICTITII' OII1IK. ill l l.ltl.u.,11111 un ,hU ,.( ,. .. . .,,. . . . . ..
nlii. the fruit Mblpplnr. sensim Is
piactleally eompleled. l,leslocl aie
belli); iiiarketeil In noinwil iiiiiiulllles,
nml rettit'im In pi'inlilcers ni'o blr.bi'r
tbiiii Ibey bai bin (or hoiiik IIiiik
paNt. An active ileiiiainT for sleeker
and feeder iiulmalN piovalli'il tbtu
out (be month,
"Whut are llm wild waess.iy
Iiir?" she asked, sweetly. I
And as he tliouRht of the lips (bat I
had sent him bioke ho greaned:
"I think they're all saylnc
One Foe I'iM
An h Minimi was ai-iili'if In i !
besldo il iollipoiln ludlvfilitul who
win aeeompanled by a doc
"Fiillie iluli n hno." said lb"
lilsliiuan. 'Iliat kind Is It?"
"A eni.bettteini.iiiij (rjujiuiyji ud
an iip." I In' man ripHed.
'.Shurii an' It's related m both of
iih," the Irlsbmiiii injoliieil.
(let Mtulta by ukiujc olatiaflSr
. "Man, yimr luilr lu all may bill I
dun't sen a simile limy hair In our
"Well, yon limit reiiiiiiiber thai
my hair I somntthal nbler tbau my
Udsall Sunday afternoon,
Mrs. Mlter Cambell and thumb
ter, Hull, and Helen, were Illy visi
Mr. and Mrs. (I. W, 'Morgan and
daiiKhters, May and Dorrls, and son,
Walter, were Illy visitors Sunduy.
levels of dm yoar Hecentty their
hobUnr.s of Investments have declin
ed sIlKhlly. The rim n try banks, as
a croup, have borrowed only In
small amounts dnrliiK the current
crop moving season. On October
1 1 tit the total discounts of the Coder-
46 LoifPertona Ar e
Kiuma Keady. acccmpanled I '." Zn ,, V V '
Mr. mid Mrs. A. S. Connors wern In . , r , . , . ,
IlLv Sundav member Iwnks began to roduro their
' borrowings In lVcember. 11)20. In-
Mrs. James Dlsnn and children ,, , , , pr,nclpa, lallknr
ware Illy vlsllor, Sunday afternoon. ', won. KvmnUy nnchanRe,l
.Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. Hlchardson JurnK ,c molj(n An exception was
cane to Illy Sunday. -Mr. Jllchard-; ,n ry. oa 30 , 9n ,,,. lupvr ,
son sPf' thn week-end at home. re..cuilumer!I n San KranclM,0t w,lphi
turning for school duties Sunday. al 0 prr Wt was ,ow )an a, ny
time during the present period or
, readjustment. The Interest rate on
Scattered Abotit Ruilia ' bankers arreptances advanced from
. t 1 -tf t.A a.. KM O I.. l-.l. ,..
. BHS.M . t-0 ',,1 1,'llk till 01')l,'lllltt'l ...III II,
MOSfbW. Oct, 2'. Scattered :' 3-t per cent on October ITIh.
about ItUMla are about tfi 'lost' per-1 llnJustry has been hindered re
inns whose relatives claim for them c,n,y onu. noctions by Inndo-
Auerlcan cltUerishlp, and for whom , tranliporUntr ,T,r(. ,in, ,,,
Search I being made by represent- ,, ,,y R Bhor,aKl. cf lal)0r. t,,,.
,uvra oi.ioh winii-riiriwi re.i.-i i lllmbl. industry .Iji particular has
iitratlon. ... iheen Incnnrenlenced by Inadequate
, Jlnce tho A. It, A. entered Ku.sla ttvwVn rrelght'ears, Partly as n
ayear ago, one of the condition bo- rM(ll thrcoV; production of lumber,
lu (bat all American cltlaen who hc,. u now approt,maU,,y 100 ir
dwlred.toqult the country akoiild CNlt ,of , lias MC(pdp(, ,,,,,.
bo parntUiM.to do to. 2H pMon nt)( an), ordor, for foUr ,,.
who had established their Anierlcdn , -. ,-,... .. .,rt..,.. i,,..
14 ... ,i . . .. . .- 1 .0, .vm,iib. ..." n..l.,.- ... (MV...
I cwientnip, nave leu, moil oi ineni
dor the United state. late tn'Sepw
enV'er'there were about 100 other
pefnni swatting ciirapteHrJn 'of the
nweary repatriation operations, Tn y t0 p,rj C(n, ,Urnr AuKtl!(l ,,
rauuj HKi mesa require wvriiii. un Heptember. All of the moro Imimrt
often monta. owing to various rou- mt raPUt,",ir being produced In In
line mattera'cennecied with passport , et,aminw OUl.nii.M. i ,i1(, n,.iri.
nary. 1922 the low point
In July and' August, the
flltan kad bee'a work-;
tHk orii'yn nun
'nfo'jikffi-frttMmi 'at' !h
Marvia Cro 0tVfkier Coaatyralr.?'
lUlMl MlalA. ft.lMM'.IJL4.1"Ai,l
If Mil ff MK V. HIUUUI'U IMhIUin,
sale trade, nine of the leu linen re
ported an Increase In the alue or
their sales comp.ircil with one year
ago. Dealers In six lines sol ! liioii
goods lu September than In Anr.liM.
Charges lo depositors' nrcitiinls
(bank debits) In the banks of tho
20 principal cities of tho district
iigulll exceeded those of the rnrres- ,
ponding mouth a year ami; this
month by 7 per cent.. Ilttslnesn 'all
ures during September, 11122, werv
less than In any month since Apt II.
1D22, and were below tho figures for
September, IU21, In both numiter
and amount of liabilities. ,
After advancing from US In Jan-,
States burea'u of labor Index uu:iHit I
of wholesale prices declined two
points, to I. 1:1, during September.
Prices of tin' principal pre .IiicIh of
this district changed little during
An average crop of wheal amount
ing to Dfi.tiSS.nm) hilnhels, has been
harvested In this district The move,
ment to market was more rapid dur
ing September, but Is still retarded
by a sbortago of freight cam ami
tlii reported hope of many farmerx
that better prlrei will prevail In fu
ture months. Threshing returns In
dicate (bat the California barley
rrrp totaled (l,i;'.4,0im husheU, the
largest yield since 11)11. The large
potato erdb nf tho district hits thus
far been marketed with difficulty
and prices ure low. lleans, rice, ti.
gar bet-Is. and cotton have tieeii
grown and harvested under gener-1
It-Urn ifnld of, California, production ally favorable conditions, and prices i
reached tho reconl figure of (0C.-'""r eacii or inese com.mouii.es are,
IWlfharrels per day durinBjSejaem-1 at present equul to or higher ihauj
ber. Stored stocks on OcloDcr 1st price un wtiooiT i. i;i, Dim
touted S0,a,'d1r.fe.s the larg-jlbn exception of apples In tho Purl
eJt' amounTcln;VUi Storage si'rfee flc uorthwesi and grapes In k 'alitor-
f i, ' "
previously noted la the mining In
dustry oPtbn district rontlnuei.
Average wages' of all classes of mine
workers wero Increased approximate
Low Round-Trip Fares
Sunny Southern California
Los Angeles and Return $53.75
San Diego and Return 63.00
Limit 4 Months On Sln Every Day
A complete change is what you
need. Here is low altitude, sea brcez
es. flowers and smiling skies.
Let us arrange your trip.
J. J. MILLER, Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
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ARE WE PROSPEROUS?
J ?kJ & i 5 --, jp
Aire tha FARMERS of Klamath prosperous? No! Why? Becatfce 'they cannot ship what they grow. Prohibitive freight
rate anJ no comptir Wli.
-'t'ow Jv1l?rANTS!properou? Nb! Why? Because hey are forced to pay "CONSTRUCTION" FREIGHT RATES,
'Mi'ckfTOCkMEN'pYbflperous? No! Why? jBcause they can't: pay Southern Pacific freight rates and make a cent, and
can't l&p eer anrweyther Im. .1
'ArWHhe BXFACTORilES and LUMBERMAN prbiperous? Yes, 'kind are very well satisfied. Why? Because they are
coddhfli by tM'Solichern Pacific and get the only reisbnarJle 'freight ratesigranted to the Klamath section.
h'MMt SMdiertiPaciflo'rrosperous? Vs!i Why? Bectltrve it drsigs over a million dollars annually out of our people
unfair, unjeavt, extortionate freight rates. . - &M8983Bf !
Whafpya'oiese crushing freight ra,tes7 Ev'e'i'ybody, frdm the baby in the cradle to the oldest inhabitant.
AllkjlTO IIIStcIIOUS'? IO! Why? Because the accumulated burden of all these iniquitous freight rates is
THE SOtfttEitN PACIFIC 5AYS that KLAMATR D&ES NOT NEED ANY MORE RAILROADS.
THE LUMBERMEN and BOX FACTORIES SAY that we don't need anything but the SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE says the Southern Pacific is enough for us.
THIS WEEK THE BOX FACTORIES OF KLAMATH FALLS HAVE BEEN SHUT DOWN and HUNDREDS OUT OF
WORK BECAUSE THE $OUftfEN PAClFiC DID NOT F.URNISH FREIGT CARS.
DO WE NEED COMPETING RAILROADS IN KLAMATH? "" &m&MN&MMMHK. i
WHAT DO YOU SAY?
. The 'Intsrr-iata 'Commerce 'Commiajibn Van'ts to!ltnoW the wishes of THEPEOPLE in the territory affected by the unmerger of
the Central Pacific-Southern Pacific. THAT MEANS THE KLAMATH COUNTRY.
They already know what the Chamber of Commerce, the Lumber and Box people and the Southern Pacific think. THEY
WANT TO KNOW WHAT VOU THINK.
Come to Scandinavian Hall, Friday evening, October 27,;at 8 o'clock. You will hear an open, fair discussion, and have
'an 'importunity 'to vote on fHe 'question. rPtfiiNiiif j
LOU ARENS, Secretary.
WM. MARX, Chairman.
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