The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 28, 1922, Page Page Five, Image 5

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Journal of the Old South Road
(Cimllnuid from Yesterday)
NfJTKH AN'l) ItKMINIHPKNCKH OV
I.AYINll.pl'T AND lUITAlrf.lHII.
INII TUB Ol.l) KMIUIIANT
I10AI) INTO HUll'rimitN OHK.
(ION IN 'I'lllJ VIJAIt IMfl.
Hy Lindsay AiintitaU
Al Foil llnll tlin purly of four met
limy would likely llavn eipiirluriiml
on tint oIIiit riiiiln, ami auinii or
llmii, not uuderalandliiR lint slum
(Inn fully, becaimi In fee I oil wltli ifw
aplrlt of poraecutltin, hlcli hnil l
orlKln Hjlh Hut lltulioii Hay coin
Hubert Hnillli rniiw lo Orwiu In
IM;l, from Missouri. .N'ollvo hIiiIc,
Vlrnliila, lln now rnsMim t Un
bend of lliu Yoiicnlbi viillny, In
DuiiKln iminty. , Mr. Hmlth In ii
mui-lit-lnw of Clmrli'M AiiIknIi,
nnrl hrnllmr lo Mra (lovnriiur Hind-wick.
aSS-t
wi:ixi:hd.y, xtiv. at, una.
ADM II I M rutMI In t (rill fiit-tnli. itiititituifM
,. .. im.niunriiiiii. iruin or immM ,lMhn ,jiy won, ulnul ut In htnr
puny, iiml Jolnml In cliuritlnK im wild i yum 'Kit aptikii Ili.t Himko Imiikii
li-udlm; III ii Iruvnl awity, frput lim '!" fluently, nnd wim of xr'nl mtr
noitlinrii routn for iiuriMifign of pnr-
At the Theatres
TIIM hTIMWl
"Tin' Now Moon". Norma Till
inliiljtn'a Intent Hiilrnlik pli-turo In
wlilrli alio Ik preaoutiiil liy Joseph M.
Kcln-iiili innlRtit lit Hip Hiram! tlu-n.
Muai'ifjlarrla, ntllml "Muck Ilnr- tin, Iriiaii nn'd llirilllnK drnrita of
rn." ciinio lo (IriiKmi In IHH, from i Ittiaalnn lionie'llfo in It mist today.
inn uncKy inouniiiiiiK, wiicro lin had
lii'tiri ii sniul nml trappor for ninny
Cl'iilili. with anion of whom tlioy
wrrn iiriiiaiititi, wlm ilrclilnil in
riliiin lo OrrKim liy wny of our rout'.
Thin Irnln rlosnly followed our mm.
punlniia pii Hii'lr rnturn, uml rein-hod
hi n,.rniK Yiumy uciorit our in-pnr volo of lln infill horn.
niro. iii'iorn NinrtinK on nit morn
inn of Inly I llli, ii amall pnrly of
viiiiih: ini'ii from Hut lininlKraut
II l not n wur plitnni, nml liua no
war Acnnna In ll, litit In.thc Htory of 11
Russian ,1'rlnrns, Marl" l';i vUvnii,
who In nltHcki'il In her ra.tln'liy alj
Vlco lo un nil Hut plain.. In m-j amirr-hlst and fori od to fler for miff.
MirniMi to inn htiituii In 1847, na ly In Iiit liurrli-il t'sainn h In .mi
buliln to Dr. WJilli', tho aupnrlnlnn- !iirati-d from liar fliinm.. Mlvlmll Ko
Iho burden of persecution, wIiotchh, j "U'lil of Ipdlnn nffalra In Orrson, nml liiynr. To Inmiro Iiit saffty tjio
If uny inpiuliiT of Mix parly wan mil-1 ",,'l nl' Iti'lcprnildnn', Mo
I'rlncim illKulo licrndf tu n pcan-
roiiMiiu itiiHimi.VT iiciii:
i I'llm
Tho llor. . II. Kceiie, pantor of
tlin Mi'thoiluit church hero nlno
yi'.im n;;o. In hero today In con
nertliiti with the Wlllamotlo Unl
vnmlty MidowuiGnt drive, Itccenlly
lliit Itnv, I"io linn liocn living In
Wallowa, llo Jcnvcs tomorrow for
Klniuntli nenncy.
Ilun Dtnoiillicr' flouml hfttcr I
l.nnt l,onK"r: ('out no nmre: llrnnK-'
wick Hecords. Currln'n Tor HriiHn I
29
mrttiMl hy Improper iiioIIvmi In mii-k-' John Kcntl. n moii of Cnpt. J,iivlinl ;lrl mid rjofn lo n nlKlihorlnf
lug to npitii Hut roail, nil wi-ro i-(iul- Hit t, iiimn In Ori'iton with hltt fulli-1 provlnii) wliuro nln Inkm refiiKo In
ly Utility, ii tin pnrly wim Koviinntd' I it In IK44. Hit, now rcnlilea m-nr J n "H lr.
In nil Ha proii'lliiN liy u inujorlty I Dult.to. I'olk rouiily, Ori-Kon. Aa a poaalliln tniiina of flndliiK n
Milium (I I'nrlcor. u native or,''1'"' '" "" whrrcnlmuU if Mh lout i
Thi efforta of tint Iliuliion liny Mlanourl, rntup to Op-koii In H4:i ! flHtieo. Mlchall licriiiiiiM a incmlicr of !
compuny to put down (hit rond, prov lln n-nldnd muiiy yu.ira In Callfornlu l"'" Atmrcliljl Cluli under tho rulo of
No matter which doctor wrllea j
your iffi-icrlptliyi, collojit training .
nml nlxlM-n year nxperlnpcn onnhln '
"a to fill It correctly Ciirrln Sara
So. 2fl :
Currlna hc nlarm clocka.
Raw Furs
Boys don't forget to trap tho coyotes. I Will
pny you good prices for them this season.
Marvin Cross
113 N. 4th St., After Dec. 1st.
2 9
;;zz:;j;zzzz , -.''" -.. . :r . ... . r....,.,,,, u. . , KT.;fr.
irniii Krnerouaiy voiuuii'rrnr lo iifii , : ,' . , : :. i " " "
..iii..iiiy . una hmIi in upaiilim H. ' S- 1. . WOr0 . . I '" r"g,m' """ k,",,m ,,M' """
road T A em. Tl.o.nna I'owera. ' ?,no ","1 "l,r'"'l"'' '"'" )"r. ( l,,,ui.e. tin. rond from Aahlnml to
lliirif. Hlmw. Cnrnnlmn, Alfred """""J lc"P1,, ,"'m ?" I",,,r,n, '' "III... Mr l-nrker la a aon-ln-Hiitunrl.
rimrl ilnnm. mid w.ii 'V " "f lta, ' "" a ,"r I,or"0" I " "' C'"P- H,,Io"1" Trtheron. the
oiliurn mIiiikii mi men I now dlire
ineinlier. A llnunork Indian, from
iihout the hi'iid of Hunke river, nlail
Joined in Thla lucrt'turd our rond
pnrly In twiiuty-ouit men, eictualve
of iti'iitt nod (luff, who rnmnliird lo
Itulde nml litherwlai) nanlnl tint lln
iiilcrntita on Ihelr wny to OrrRiin
Niillilim worthy of uieiillon occur-
led iIuiIiik our return alone the val-
MentiHlille, Into the peace of the'
I vlllnire whern tint I'rlnieaa la find-
Iiik nil Hi') happlneiK piiinllile with
lout Mlchnll. rnmen the dcree laatiedl
of Urn pnpulnllou pf our Htalo unlcr- ; old moiinlnln man, mid n hrothcr to hy Kti'onntt. onlerliiK all the wo-'
ed liy thla ehnnnel
nlflcunt furl Hiut tint Krent tlmr
ouithfure of lodny, from the Wllln
,.n ... ,.,u P...VUH cnim, nnu ,,k ,, (,f. , ,U (1(M,
llirnrii out throURh tin. Uko roun. W,lch occurred. I helleve. In tS7V.
II la a very ale. iMra. .leami Appite
David (ioff came lo Orecnn, from
, .MiM.iiiri, in mi... lie rcaniLMl in
try and vn lo tlin lluiuholdt, dvpnrta
Mnd mui' linlveranlly reaperled. Mo
..,., . ,,. .,. ro,,,n u.n.vu o.ii j wfl, ,c flll(.r.,.bw , ,.. j, W.
in.- rum. i.iiiipiiiiy, u. eura nun. Nenmlili
Tlumn who nr.t converaant with
men In Iho province lo reglator for
tho piirpnao of niitlonnlltnlton. While
aome of lliu women lire duped Inlli'
liellevlni; that It will he for tholrl
iii koii in rcKintiT, uie rrinceaa
knoua the true liieauliiR of the edict
ami rcfunea to roRlsler.
TLXZM2XXX3XtXXJXTadH
ted uuiiiiK our return nloiic the vol- j ..,. ,,,, ,,.., ,, ,i
lit'' facta, know Hint that portion of
ley of the llumlmldt, nml not until I ,.... ,. .'.,
ii left the rlv.tr mill proceeded weal' .
I II L H KlllU.I VW limakHla (in .alnlla oil I
ward toward. Illnck flmk. The flr.t I T" '.""".' ""'" "" """ I
river we i
nlchl nfler liavliiR the
pi'iit at tint aprlnn found by Hoot I
llenjmuln K llurch camo to Ont-
lln. route, from tho Humboldt to tin.' """. """ !'.U nn,lv" ',,a", "'.
in ia. ir. ijurrn una ionic beiin
atnelea In the way of the ronalrtlC-, " ,,r""tn" " . " '" "r K" """'"'
ie now reniuea ui nnicni, nnu la aup
tlon of it rnllroad, and hud the On
tral I'nclflc iiiiiipaiiy located their
i riltifl ,iii l.titl v.,,,... (. i ll.,,li,.lj.i
Thla w called Diamond aprlrnt. Uf - ,;
I enchlnK thla point about noon, wo Uow ,,, Sacramento
ktienl aeleri.l lunlpa In illiretn .nil tft
V ' r.,....,, -.-. -.
Imaln nt tint aprliiK, which aoon fill
ei with pure, cold water.
Hfteen llillea travel, tho Iiml day,
over a kooiI route. brotlKht ua, nt
erlnteudnnt of the alato penitentiary.
Jeto Applcuaie wan born In Ken
lucky, ami mine to OrvRou In 1S43.
Ha now realdea on Mount Yoncallu,
- i .
Tmluy, Ihry would duubtlea hav , ln ""URlaa county. OrvKon
i auved mllllnna of money In the orl-! I.lndaay Appti-gate, alio a natlvo
, Rlnal coat if tho road, aa well aa In of Kentucky, came to Orexon In
I kecpltiR It In order, alncn tlin anow-jlMS .Vow a rcaldiml of Aahland,
fall would never have been aorloua- . Jarkailu county, Ori'con.
I
. .. -, ... . a I " ' ii'i.vi MHic uvni iviinua' i vuiiiii( wiVkl'il,
rj; Z$ nn.'tr.r'r ' ;, - r ,,ven ,n u, mcrc" -Tb" - "- ot -"
Idernbly. and. at about 2 p. in. tooV ' . "" . , ,,mrn ' "m not aMv 'rrate.
up our lln.i uf murrli for Illnck Itock.
wlilrli we reached at nlnhtfall. Af
ler we were out two or three mile
from Diamond aprlnxa thla mnrnlncj
uiir IliiunncV lilan illarnVrrr.il lhalt
he Iiml left hla Imicher-knlfo. nnd ty! Ihn r,""n,"'Jf l,""Jn "P. ""oat to
Hilt hla pony lo n aaRe-blUh. alnrled I " '""", "' """" '""",,"c rnrac
III rnnclualon, I will recall the
nnmea of tin. road company, with a
few facta relative of their lilatory.
I rnret that It l not practicable to
innkn tlii record more ample, but
iincK to ttie npriiiRa on n run, aup
poalnK he could eaally ovurinke ui,
ii a we would be delayed considerab
ly at Itabblt Hole nprlnm; nt nny
r.ite, liu would lin no trouble In
following our trail. W'o aaw him
no inure, and conjectured that he
mtlat hnvn fulltm a prey to the DIr
R.ira. who coulluiiully ahadnwod ui
na wn traveled throiiRli their cnun-
tura, who wuru not aaliitlea with n
quiet, aplrllleva life, and many of
them Inn aKo, wtr loat to tho Ditto
community, "over .In I'olk," where
they first aettlod, aa l buy removed to
oilier purl loin of the Mate, or went
ou Into adjacent torrltorlra to acek
tholr fortunva. I'ndor tho clrcum
atnncea. It hua been Impractlcablu to
learn Ihn whercubouta of lumo of
try. alwioa ready to profit by any 'J"""' "r ,' K1n,,,rr. "ueh fnrU rola-
uilvmilnRi. Riven them.
No clrcumatance worthy of men.
Hon occurred on tho monotonout
march from Illack Itock, to the tim
bered rnRlona of thv Cascade chain;
then nur Inborn berainn quite nrdil
nun. livery day we kept Ruard over
(ho horien while Wn worked the
live to their later history an would
amplify and ndd Interest to their
biographies. I'crhnps fow compan
lea of men ever performed audi a
rampalcn without repeated quarrels
nnd oven aerloua altercations, but
Iho monibera of tho Old South Head
company bore together Ih.t trials
and privation of tho expedition with
rnnil. ninl nt nlahl wn .tarn,! nnl
ca.o our vlRll.nce. for tho IndUnil" lf0r"'V""? " forbe.rlns plrll,
continually hovored about ut. neek. B1ml ,helr mil u.l burden, and tho
lnR for advantaRo. liy tho time wa M"" 1,, hk l! th'f wcre ',x,,0,,"1
hud worked our wny tl.roiiRh the " 1 ovelopod nnd atrenKtl..
mnuniulna to the Uoru., rlvor Vlll. "",' 'heir frload.hlp. A reunion of
ley. ami Ihrn IhrouRh the Ornvol ihnm, " uch ,hlnR Practicable.
Creek Hllla mid fmpuua chain, e' """'" ,' " """'" "' .':"" "
wero pretty thorotiRhly worn oul.l0"" ,0 '' r.in.ombore.l by Ui vet-
Our Mlnck nf nr..vl.l..n. l.n.l umwii . ' ' -""" "" I'li'-auie. uiiiii
With the conaclouancsa that I havo
ondenvored faithfully and Impartial,
ly, though briefly, to relate tho bis
tory of (bo South Itoad expedition, I
cloae thla unrrallvc. linplnR that my
effort to preserve thla much of the
hlatory of tlin early day may Inaplro
other "old timer." to relate their ex.
perlvncei, also. I am fully awar
that memory la uncertain, and that
a numbor of error, may havo occur,
red In my narrative from thl. reas
on, but I place It boforn the peoplo
with confidence that It Is, In Ihn
main, correct. In dolnR ao. 1 uk
no other reword for tho labor of Ita
preparation, than thnt Ita perusal
may cnuae Hie peoplo to think more
kindly of the old pioneer.. '
(The end)
ne;w today
Till: UIIUtTV
ICvery human emotion Is pictured,!
uml all tho element, of a really sreat
photoplay nr? lo be found lit "A .
Holl'a House." which tlm Brent Nazi-,
inovn, who iiindo thl. play tremen i
doualy popSlar on the apoaklns ta;n
baa transferred to the acreen In her.
flrat production for t'nlted Artists, j
and which will bo aecn today at tho
Liberty theatre.
There la comedy and pathos, omn ,
to tint point of laujrUlcr and tears,
(hero la humor In tho alluatlona
wbernln Nora, tho doll-llko wife, tho
character pictured by Natlmava,
make, her odd nnd ludicrous mis
takes aa u houae-koepcr and aa a j
mother of two beautiful children and
a tiny Infant, and there la tho lesson ,
for all women nvcrywhoro tliat
brings nut tho big paint In tho piny, j
namely, that every woman has tho
rlxbt to control her own destiny, to
tho development of her own Individ
uality and personality. I
All these element, ill thla .film
version of tho sreat lb.cn drama,
aa produced by tho' octrees who made
Iho character of Nora fauicu. in
every principal city In the United
State, nre broiiRbt out In ull tholr J
fineness of detail through tho InM
tollable. Rcnlu. of the inimitable
.VnJmova.
I I'iN'i: tiii:k
. 'Hoported MfvlnR,,...iarrIiiR Ow
en Moore, which I. at the I'lno Tree
.theatre tonight and tomorrow was i
I mado by the Seltnlrk company In
' their studio In the Kat. Ita cast.
howrver. wua recruited from Ihn
KUHNISHKD three room house for bet aereen player, to bo found In
Ave:nS,!o!?o0.,!unhZ,A0un,o,,crn,:,''h " om W...
1
I
SIM'
very ahort, and wo had to dopnm,
lo n Kreut intent, for auatounnco,
upon Riimn. Itoad working, liunllup,
tind Kimnl duly, had taxed our
atreiiKth great ly, mid on our arrival
In the t'nipijua valley, kunwIiiR that
Ihn Rrenlenl illfflculllea In tho way
of tint ImmlRrnnt had been remov
ed, wo decided to proceed nt once to
our home. In tho Wllluiueltu, Then.
they, ton, ahull pass away Into the
grrut unknown,
The Jliuut Coinpnny
Oupt, l.ovl Hcott, u natlvo or Il
linois enmo to proson In Kjl,
from near lluflliigton, Iowa. lie
wan In iho early daya,quln n croiu
Ineut iniin In Oregon affair.. He
wan n iiiembor of tlin atntn constltu-
tlonnl convention, dipt. Beott lo.
wi arrived on tho 3rd day, of Octo. cnted Jlcott.ViirK. on tho Umpqiu
KUHNISHKD ONI.' room cabin Col.
onlal Itooms, 11th near Main
29-2
KOlt HAI.i: Pln lin..,lii.or Hliil.
tourlnc car, In flno shape, alx
Reed cord tires; Ile.t buy In towu.
Will consider .mull cur na part pay
ment. Dnlnnco on easy torm. Ad
drua. llox 300, Humid. 29:
KOH SAI.K -Uprlsht piano, Ivory
bod room et. Torm. to right
party. 41 1 Oak 8t, 21). !
Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner with
ull tho trlmmliiRa at Home Hostaur
unt 11.30 to 2, alno from S tit 7-30,
"Go u pinto, but fieo If you ay ita
not worth thu money. 2!
her, IKIli, luivlUR been nb.nut throo
uiouthi ami thlrteon day.. During
nil thla tliim our frloqd. had heard
nothing from ua, and ronlltliiR tho
dntiKiToUH charactnr of our oxpodl
lliiji, many believed In tho now
which aoiuii tlmo buforo reached
thorn, Hint wu had ull boon murderod
by' tin. Indiana,
Aa noon an wo could possibly muko
lliu nrrmiKoment, w0 sent out n par
ly, with oxen and horse, to moot
tho Immigrant!) nnd aid thorn lu
ronchliiR tho Wlllamattn aottlomont,!,
Kiir hi aa.l.tnnco wo mado no' do
inanil; nor did wn tax thorn for the
unb of tho rond, an wns ullogod by
pnrllca Inimical to nur oiitotprUd.
It had boon thu distinct undortttiil
Iiir t tin t tho rond ahoiild bo (rijoand
I lib coiiscIoiihiipbh of Imvlnf -ibetter
moitiiH of nccosa to tho eoiintry ihau
wnH nffordod by tho exponslvo mid
diiiiitoroua routo dowu tho Columbia,
which wo hud tried to our sorrow,
would bo nmplo componuntlon for nil
our luliorn uml liirdlipii In oponluu
tho south rond.
Of coiiruo our ontorprUo woh op
posod by that mighty monopoly, thd
IIuiIhoii nay company, whoso lino of
forts and trading posts on tho Col
uniblii nffordod tlnjm raro opportunl
tlos far trndo with tho Immigrants
Muny of tho Imiujsraiitit who follqw.
od ua durliiR tho "fall of 1910. had a
hard tlmo, though not ua hard u
rlvor. Ho I now over eighty year
of ,iiRo, and, I bellave, reside In
I. am. county,
John Jouea, usually known as
"Jack" Jonei, tho wajr of tho south
roud expedition, camo to Oregon
from Missouri, 1843, Slnco thou, ho
ho boon u wanderer. For many
year ho resided In Callfornlu. aud,
It living, In now In Idaho, I bollevo.
Natlvo slate, Mlmourl,
John Owohh crossed Iho plains In
1843. from Alla.ourl. lln wna I
ttilnk,, a natlvo of that itnte. Havo
no knowlodgo of his whoreabouts,
Honry IIorrus eamu from Mis
souri In 184r; Ho was u flno look.
ng, Jovial uml lutulllgonl young
man, 'uml w(i worn ull muoh, attach
ed to him, Wli probably inunlore(
by Indians, near Kort Hull.'nftor ho
loft us, n 1N4U, to return to his
homo In Missouri. Natlvo State,
Missouri,
Willlnm Sportamnn crossod tho
plains In 184C, from Missouri, which
wns, I think, 'his native state. Ho
loft Oregon In 1847, ,pnd I liiiyo no
knowlodgo of hs presont whoro
about, Samuel Cloodhuo, a natlvo of New
York, camo to Oregon in 1844, He
afterwards buonnio n uoii-ln-luw of
Davidson, tho old pioneer, nnd
i number of year, resfdpd about
Haom, Whou I last Jionrd of him,
ho wu. lu Ohio,
8li:0IAI. Thank.RlvlnR dinner,
J1.&0 par plate. Kindly phono In
your reservation. . WHlTi: I'KIJ.
O.IN 1IOTKI,. 29
iHbVH
aasl II
KOll 8AI.K A Reed, light Ileo
truck. A bargain. Cull Kmlers'
HUqo Storp. 29-U
CONCIIKTK SEWKU TII.K Much
stronger and bettor than uny oth
or typo of tile mado lu Klamath
Kails. Klamath Kails l'lumblng &
Ht-utlnR Co. hono 515R., Cor.
Kourlh and 1'lno. 29-7
SAV IT WITH INSUItANCF.
SaylnK it with Insurance would be
much mora appropriate and will
meun a groat deal mora to her If
you are suddenly taken away than
suyliiK It with flowor. Whnt could
bo better than to order a Christmas
Wosont from tho fs'ow York l.lfo.
They hnvo boon proloctliiR Ameri
can firesides fur 78 years. Seo l
M; llitrko, local rnpresontuUvo. room
30C Wlntora WiIr. I'hono 324J.
29
Tho ubsouco of meclinntcal nol.es
ha mado tho IIKUNSWIGK ruinous
among phonographs, Currln Says
So. ' 59
IToVertson' Chicken Tauulos,
wuotfsuU and retail. 1113 Malu St.
f I3tf
rr-t
Try tho Hot Springs Bath House.
24-1
HVPryhody likes candy. An Ideal
Rift for many occasions. Currlii's
soli Reed whnlrsonio Mnilos that nro
' OWCMvJ MOORE-
inRCPORTCD MISSIN
SCUNICK PICTURES
son, best known among tho black
face comedians who frequently ap
pear In pictures was brought ou from
I. os Angeles especially fqr tho Im
portant rolo ho has In tho produc
tion us was also Togo Yamamoto
who has long specialized (u Orien
tal "heuvles,"
Paulino (Jaron, who plays tho
loading femlnlno rolo, was recruited
from tho "I.llos oj. tho KJoJir' com
pany piayiDR ou liroauway, Mta
Niildl Jas aupported Mr.' tbore In
a number of previous productions.
r.T7
rtV.
Take u gooil.mlnernl bath it I tlin
Ijot Springs liatti Huijso. 24-1
Currlna sell Reuiilno .KODAKS. 29
tro.h
29
With All Trimmings
Complete
$U)0
WHITE LUNCH
' 11221.
THANKSGIVING DAY
LEWIS J. SEL2HICK pmrnlt
repomud
MISSING"
OWEN M00RE
TONIGHT 'AND
THURSDAY
ALSO
Jjmmie Aubrey
in
"THE CHICKEN
PARADE"
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
"The Loves of Pharoah"
Paramount's Big
Special
I
Playing At The Liberty
Henrik Ibsen's Classic Production
"A DOLUS HOUSE"
Featuring the great Russian Emotional
actress
NAZIMOVA
If you care for the better class on the
Ecrecn, if you appreciate real art, you must
see "A DOLL'S HOUSE." Every woman,
mother, wife, sister, daughter, should see
the great Nazimova's portrayal of wom
an's supreme rfght to her own individual
ity. And Nazimova is art, plus.
Sunday "Grandma's Boy," Featuring
Harold Lloyd.
AN OPEN LETTER TO THOMAS
EDISON
Mr. Thomas Edison,
Orange, N. J.
Dear Tom l
Here's a questionaire for yeu: How
long is a piece of film? Why? How many
laughs in a mile? Which mile? Why do
cats eat goose-grease? Do they? If the
5,000 people who will see HAROLD
LLOYD in "Grandma's Boy" at the Lib
erty Theatre next Sunday, all laughed at
once, would the energy generated be en
ough to send a night letter to Mars? Why?
Did .you ever hear of a funnier comedy
than "Grandma's Boy?" You haven't? Well
neither have we.
Cordially,
H. W. POOLE.
Aucti
ion
of
Sale
DAIRY COWS
I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidders without re
serve and regard less of price
Two carloads of high-grade Dairy Cows from the Willamette Valley
At the O. K. Feed Stables, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Thursday, December 7, 1 922
Sale starts 11 A. M. rain or shine
This herd of cows consists of about 30 head of high-grade Holsteins
that are just fresh with calves at side or coming fresh soon.. These are very
heavy producers. Also several extra fine heifers coming fresh.
Two registered Holstein bulb 3 years old that are first class. One large
registered Holstein cow coming-fresh.
Balance of this bunch of cows are Jerseys and milkingstraiivDurhanis
that are fresh with calves by side.Heavy springers with butterfat tests from
4.2 to 6.4. Every cow tuberculin, tested. ilJIiAMLifll1
Alsp several fine heifers coming fresh. If you are looking for a real cow
or a bunch of cows that will produce, come to this sale.
Terms Cash or Bankable Paper
Don't Forget The Date
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THURSDAY,' DECEMBER 7, 1922
J. K. GREER, Auctioner
CHAS, TAYLOR, Owiwr
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Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
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