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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1922)
' THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Frank Obonclmln Jr., muter inr
A lot has Icon purchnicd nrul
plans aro well under way for tlio
bjllillng of n Mctlm.llst church hero, J
-Mnrvln Cross, A, 9. Conner nnd
iifiV, Whctslono woto In kakovlow
Hundny nnd Monday of Inst wool; at
tending In mattsra or business.
'p. W. Warren wont Into Klamath
Ksllis Monday of Inst week where lie
iwM) lookltirt after business Injcroits
rorn few days,
Mcrctt Doll Imd lili fooifj-llR)-Injured
Inst icck when hc, Jtprso
hjftjns riding fell with him." lVha
rfcflvored. .. ,
jMt. end Mrs. J. I., Owen have
raovnd down from Ki&imt Urine to
tijijfjltinnahnn placo where they have
thefr cattle this winter.
.It'oii Flnley of Klamath Fulls wm
liuljly sevcrnl days Inst week,
allai Olrau moved n Imacli of
catllo up to tho McAul'ffo place Inst
week, whoro ho will feed thca this
XMarvIn Cross went Into Klamnth
Fn)l last Wednesday to make pre
ri&ratlons to move his family there
Ern divan, Wajer Campbell niii'
Dto Campbell hao returned from
ajtrlp to I'alslcy wltcro they have
been tho past few days Catherine
jQultc a number of tho younger
folks woro Invited to tho Warren
homo Thursday evening of Inst week
to a coasting party. Tho hill nbovc
tjir hnuso Is Ideal tor coasting nnd
stTvprnl hours were spent there On
returning to tho house the guests
were served with delicious refresh
nsjota. In tho parly crc Ksther
Qeorge, Juanltn nnd Ilcrnlce Hon
fa, Dnvo Cnrupbcll, Homer Johnson. '
Mrn O W. Howard nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. t)a11.i3 tllvnn.
Mr nnd Mrs. Marvin Oros nnd '
family left Saturday for Klamath I
Fnlls whore they will mnko tneir'
homo tbjs winter. Cross I In -tho .
fur business there. Mrs. Dallas tllv
nn will havo chnrgo of the Illy Mcr-1
dnntllo company during his nbjenco
A. S. Conner of tho 11. K. rnneh
loft- Monday or thin neck for hlsJ
ho.liofln Uerkeloy. Cnllf where ho
will sprml the wlntor. 1
3, It. lllack tf tho Southern Ore-'
gon-N'ortasrn California pint beetle
ntltitMntAt ktna ft Tllv All 1iiJtftnr?
of business the first of the week.
The sehoi ' ih'ldren of the com
mcnlly nre bu--y rraearsing n play
to bo ghen some time during the
Christmas holidays, the detlnlto date
of which has )ct not been fixed.
REV EW S MADE
ci.cn MKirn.vu i'oyn'oxi:i
Alolin Vast Matrons' club will
meet tho last Friday In thl mouth
Instead of the fourth Friday. II
Full lino of Crnter Uiko pictures
fur Christmas. Stlusoa Photo Shop. ,
F TONIGHT AT THE
VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT VAUDEVILLE
By Popular Request Held Over for Tonight
C? MITT7 J MI7T7
In an cntlro change of vaudeville. Featuring Mr. Metz In his
sensational dancing which wis a riot last night. Tonight Mr.
Metz will do his famous dancing Introducing ft different styles of
dancing and dancing like you never seen before, also Mrs. Metz
In new songs. Don't miss their act tonight.
THE MIIUCJ.K MAX OF TUB SCItBKX
JOSCI'H J. HOWLING IX
"THE KENTUCKY COLONEL"
I1V OI'IB MlU
The Greatest Southern Drama Ever Screened
ALSO GOOD COMEDY
Show Starts 6:15 Vaudeville at 8:30
Friday Country Store, 15 Prizes
WASHINGTON. Dee II. A
twrnty-ycar review of go eminent
reclamation work Is contnlned In the
nntirlhl rrforl ft r tho fiscal year
ended last Juno i'f Director Arthur
I'. D.ivl9, qf (he United States Iteo
lama t Inn sort Ice, of tho dup.utment
of the Inturlor. n thn 17th day of
June. 1922. mnrkeJ the completion
of twenty year of operation of the
national reclamation net
The Itnestmenl ef the govern'
ment during this period bns been In
round numbers $136,000,000. which
has accomplished the construction of
works by which nbcut 1.175.000
acres of former arid land. In the
wtst has been furnished wllh a com
plete water supply, nnd nbout 1.
100.000 additional acres In private
projects has recehed n supplemental
stfpply On government prejecti
the area comprises 31.(12 farm, nt
sn nxerage nrea per farm of nbout
53 ncre. supplying more than 30,
With the Investment mentions!
tho service hns cxcnvnled more than
200,000.00,0 cubic yards if earth
nnd rock, of which about tl.ooo
000 cubic yrrds have been placed li
, dams. Canals npgreg.xtlnr. more
than 1.1.000 miles have been built
Inrludlng .27 miles of tunnels and
135 mile of flumes. Structures of
all kinds nnd sizes, to thn number
of 110 000 havo been erected In cott
uoctlon with the work.
Some of the larso projects con
structed nro tho lioocvclt Dam. In
' Arlxonn. which Is 200 feet high: tin
Arrowrock Dnm In Idaho. 310 tvt
high; niephant llutto dam In Nev
Mexico. 306 feet high: nnd the
Taihtlndcr and Shr'hone dams In
Wyoming 21S nnd 32S foet high re
spectively, ' Reclamation work also Included
' the erection of many other dams.
eannls nnd tunnels, flumes, drains,
power plants, transmission nnd M-
' epbono Hew, roads, railroads, ptimp-
I Ing plants and a nrIoty of other,
.classes of Incidental work.
Frpm an agricultural standpoint
tho report said, the reclamation ser
vice has added another state to ttm
union, equal In value to Its ngrlcul-1
tural products to that of the state of
West Virginia or the combined vat
uea of tho rroi s i-t Vermont nnd
Connecticut. Tho vnlun of cropa
raised on farms oi government pro.
Jects In 1921 nmountcd to H3.C20.
300, cxcluslvo of about J 15,000.000
additional raited on prlale prcjects
which wern furalshcd water from
works erected by tho service.
Tho valuo of crops grown on Ir
rigated lands In tho federal projects
In 1021 average M2 S5 per mn-.
ns compared with ?H '2 the aver-
ngo value per ucm of tin- tea lead-1
Ing crops In tho country as a whole1
In tho same year' Since tho govern
ment projects began the delivery of I
I waler tlto vropypWw n uli VWISlnict I
Ihnd hao vxiecdi I ITa.OOO.OtlO In,
nlie. excltmUo of the crop nltte on
private lnuds watered thixugh gov
eriimei;l souues, nnd or Hie Imre.ti
ed iilue iToihiioil ns tie stock and
stvk products. Tho liieren' il xalile
of the lauds us a lesult nf reelauui
tli il work by tho ',oei"inietit wim
placed nt over JoOO.OOO.OO"
s Dliertor Dl.r,polnte I tit Hint
the inclamatlimMvrolctji have unt
been eempt frinii tfit li'lr.tui1eH'j
of Industrial ei-ndltloiis. and tluit at
though they enjoyed lilli pi Ices dur
Ing 1017. lilS nuii.lVl'.'. Hity nlsc
sulfrred leverolv fumi tb r.ip 4 de
ellno In vnlties and available murk '
eu In siibveiiueut year. Allhough
the acreage Irrfu.itcU nnd cropped
hns continued to Incieitte. I tie nrtunl
values realised In tho past two e.unj
are less titan thoio ot rreflnus
,cars The ncld test ot die Indus
trial depressli-n, ho concluded li.i
detnonstrnted, howuer. net only the;
ability but tho delermiuntloa of
nearly nil of the wnter uei to meet
Hie pa menu required by i.t il
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man's idea of usefulness, and perfectly satisfies his de
mands for good style, fine fabrics and expert tailoring.
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